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SR. 50:Work,
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money to continue
,State highway officials
have verbally committed to
widen the remaining stretch
of State Road 50 between
.U.S. Highway 27 and the
Orange County line.
The money represents a
sigh of relief for local offi-
cials trying to tackle an
ever-congested roadway and
who are reeling from the
stdte's decision last year to
pull funding from the proj-
ect.

Health All
-- The Lake County
Health Department has
scheduled free flu shots
from 2:30 4:30 p.m. this
afternoon at the Mascotte
Civic Center, 121 N. Sunset
Ave., Mascotte, for children
ages 6 months and up and
are offered on a first come,
first served basis. For more
information, call 357-1668.

Religion A9
-- Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ, have scheduled the
traditional Ash Wednesday
Service at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday, Feb. 25 at the
church, 10710 Park Ridge'
Gotha Rd., Windermere.
It is a solemn time of per-
sonal confession and repen-
tance in preparation for
,Easter, which this year is
.Sunday April 12.

Leisure B5
B.B. Brown's Gardens in
Clermont is now accepting
.applications for the Spring
National Wildlife
Federation Habitat Stewards
Training scheduled for
Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, Mar: 7 9.


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
jonn zweifel, owner of the President's Hall of Fame, installs a flag bearing Barack Obama's image inside a display case
on Wednesday



'Obama to


join leaders


in Clermont


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
P resident Barack
Obama just moved
into the White
House, and soon he'll be
welcomed in Clermont
- as an occupant at the
Presidents Hall of Fame.
Obama memorabilia is
not lacking inside the
museum, with election
and inaugural souvenirs
including magazine cov-
ers, signs, stickers, coins,
pins, bags and pictures.
A replica of the Oval
Office's large Resolute
Desk, with a life-size
Obama cut-out standing
behind it, is also in
place.
The most popular
attraction for visitors is
to sit in the chair behind
the desk or stand next to
the Obama cut-out to
have pictures taken.
The only thing miss-
ing, of course, is Obama
himself.
Which is why muse-
um curator John Zweifel


is working with the
finest artisans to ensure
,the Obama wax statue
he has on order arrives
as quickly as possible
and as close to the real
Obama as it can be.
"The Obama rush has
been phenomenal so we
are going for perfec-
tion," Zweifel said. "We
have the only one (stat-
ue) that's animated'right
now too."
The Obama statue,
expected by April 1, will
accompany wax replicas
of the 43 presidents
before him and those of
many of their first ladies.
A Michelle Obama
wax statue, possibly
dressed in a replica of
her inaugural gown, is
also in the works.
Zweifel is working on
about 80 additional proj-
ects that include replicas
of all 44 presidential
offices, changes to
update the traveling
white house miniature
created in 1976 by


VICTORIA ALDRICH / 5UUIl LAK- PRiSS
A collection of Barack Obama stickers, buttons and
collector's plates has joined a display case on modern
presidents inside the President's Hall of Fame.


Zweifel and his wife Jan,
a display to honor the
greatest moments in his-
tory and a big celebra-
tion for the United
State's 300th birthday in
2076.
"It's a one-of-a-kind
place that people have
right here in Clermont
and we are open every-
day of the year. There's
nothing else like this
anywhere," Zweifel said.
"And I want to have
something here for every
person that walks
through our door."
Even before entering,
people can get a feel of
traveling across the
country to visit historic
landmarks such as the
Lincoln Monument,
Mount Rushmore and
the Statue of Liberty by
way of. replicas Zweifel


has had created.
"This museum is just a
pearl filled with so much
history and endless
knowledge to be
gained," visitor Mary
Lou Gajdosik said.
Gasjdosik, from St.
Louis, Mo, said she has
never seen such an out-
standing collection of
presidential items. She
said she was not only
impressed by the items
but by Zweifel, whom
she said had more wis-
dom regarding presiden-
tial facts than anybody
she's ever known.
"It's pretty awesome
that he (Zweifel) took
the time to show us
around and talk to us.
He's a wealth of knowl-
See OBAMA, B4


Lessons


learned


from the


Groveland


Four

DAVID DONALD
Staff Writer
GROVELAND What lessons can stu-
dents learn from former Lake County
Sheriff Willis McCall and the Groveland
Four?
"There are some tremendous lessons to
be learned from the case of the
Groveland Four," said Gary Corsair, a
journalist and author of a book on the
incident, to students at South Lake High
School Friday. "Yes, be angry about what
happened; be moved by the injustice; be
determined not to let it happen in your
generation, your community and your
family."
Students watched a documentary in
the school's auditorium about the 1949
rape of a white woman named Norma
Padgett and the four black men -
Samuel Shepherd, Walter Irvin, Ernest'
Thomas and Charles' Greenlee who
were accused of the crime.
Greenlee, Shepherd and Irvin were
apprehended by Sheriff McCall and his
men, while Thomas fled to Gainesville.
Thomas was killed in a barrage of shot-
gun blasts when McCall's posse tracked
him down. Meanwhile the other free
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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Author Gary Corsair discussed Groveland's
racist past with South Lake High School stu-
dents on Friday at the school. Corsair is the
author of "The Groveland Four," about the
wrongful murders and imprisonments of four
black men who were wrongfully accused of
raping a white woman in 1948.


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State on S.R. 50: Work, money to continue


BENJAMIN ROODE
Staff Writer
CLERMONT State high-
way officials have verbally
:committed to widen the
,remaining stretch of State
:Road 50 between U.S.
fHighway 27 and the Orange
County line.
The money represents a
sigh of relief for local offi-
'cials trying to tackle an
-ever-congested roadway and
who are reeling from the
.state's decision last year to
pull funding from the proj-
ect.
State legislators cut state
grant money from the proj-
ect last year as part of $1.3
billion in budget cuts.
Delays by developers of the
upscale Plaza Collina com-
plex to begin work on a por-
tion of the road that would
have been a match for the
grant money were cited as


Would fund project previously in balance due to lagging Collina work


an indirect reason for the
grant's elimination.
State highway officials
told the Lake-Sumter
Metropolitan Planning
Organization Friday the $9
to $10 million needed for
the 1.3-mile stretch from
Grand Highway to Hancock
Road would be included in
the next work plan, said'
MPO Director T.J. Fish.
Work should begin in about
one year.
Friday's commitment by


Florida Department of
Transportation officials
means the major artery con-
necting U.S. Highway 27 to
Orange County in South
Lake could be completely
widened to six lanes by
2012.
The money will come
from a different source than
the grant lost last year, said
Steven Olson, spokesman
for FDOT's District 5 office-.
Money saved on other S.R.
50 projects, combined with


money set aside to repave
the stretch from U.S. 27 to
Hancock, will foot the bill'.
The new money is not
part of the federal infra-
structure stimulus plan,
Olson said.
The new funding comes
after months of uncertainly
over the project. State road
officials, when they pulled
funding last year, cited con-
tinued requests by Plaza
Collina developers to delay
their promised widening of


another stretch of the road.
That section, closer to
Orange County, was meant
to act as a local match for
state grant money that
funded the S.R. 50 project.
It was unclear then when
S.R. 50 would be finished as
more state budget cuts
loomed.
Now, officials turn their
eyes to solutions for updat-
ing the aging interchange
between U.S. 27 and.S.R. 50.
There's a hope that FDOT


will get an expected $180 to
$200 million from the feder-
al infrastructure stimulus
package.
Even if none of that
money goes toward the
interchange project, it could
free up FDOT money from
elsewhere to rush that proj-
ect forward, Fish said. On
current schedules, no right-
of-way land buying for the
interchange will happen
until 2012, leaving con-
struction far behind that.
"The stimulus money
might free up FDOT money
to do that sooner," Fish said.


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DMD, MAGD

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which is used to make a negative
impression of teeth, jaws, and
gums. Once the impression
hardens, it is filled with plaster of
Paris or artificial stone to
produce an exact model of the
structures in the patient's mouth.
More recently, advanced
technology has provided a way for
impressions to be created quickly
and more comfortably. A
chairside oral scanner (C.O.S.)
utilizes a wand that is placed
strategically in the patient's
mouth, where it collects data that
leads to the creation of a precise
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Emil Sales, Roger Schafer and Richard Huyett. Her boss, chiropractor Dr. Steve Savoie, also performs with


LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART

THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT -
Talking cards are a
great idea for
Valentine's Day, but


how about a singing bar-
bershop quartet?
That's what some people
thought to send friends
and loved ones for
Valentine's Day.
"I think it's pretty special


and a little more personal
when four gentlemen who
are all dressed.up come in,
give you a rose and sing to
you," Dr. Stephen Savoie of
Chiropractic One said.
Savoie ordered two deliv-


series for Friday one for
his secretary and one for
the ladies on the staff of
the South Lake Chamber of
Commerce,
Savoie said he would
have ordered even more of
them, but some of the peo-
ple on his list do not work
Friday.
Members of the Vocal
Express chorus, a local bar-
bershop group, branched
out into
quartets and
worked from "Generally t
9 a.m. to 8 tears. And t
p.m. deliver-
ing valen- response w
tines to gonna kill y
ladies all she's crying
around
Clermont
and neigh- Vo
boring areas.
Today,
their schedules are filled
with even more deliveries.
Sisters of Sound, the
local women's barbershop
chorus, sang for the men
around town.
"It really touches your
heart," Chamber reception-
ist Margie Tingley said
after her office serenade.
In downtown Clermont,
one of the Vocal Express
quartets made up of
lead Don Dennis, tenor
Bryan Shiley, baritone
Aaron Elswick and bass
Scott Elswick arrived
quietly behind the cham-
ber office, straightened
their ties, adjusted their
cummerbunds and walked
through the front doors
with roses behind their
backs.
They stood in singing
position, blew a pitch pipe
and told the ladies that Dr.
Savoie was thinking of
them for Valentine's Day


*


before breaking into "Let
Me Call You Sweetheart.".
Don Dennis, the quartets
lead, then handed each o'f
the three ladies on the
chamber staff her rose
before beginning "Light o
My Heart."
Dennis said he likes
delivering the valentines
and thinks it's a gift that's
"out of the ordinary."
"The men doing the
ordering
have obvi-


there are
he other
ve get is 'I'm
ou' while
9."
Bryan Shiley
cal Express tenor


ously put a
little fore-
thought into
it," Dennis :
said. "So it's:
fun and the:
ladies we :
sing for real:
ly seem to


appreciate
it."
Shiley said he thinks it's:
"kind of neat" when they:
knock on the door for
some deliveries, then begin
singing as soon as the
appropriate recipient
appears.
"Generally there are
tears. And the other
response we get is 'I'm
gonna kill you' while she's
crying," Shiley said.- .
On Friday afternoon .
though, there were no tears
shed at the Chamber. The-
ladies' bashful smiles were
reminiscent of the happi-;
ness in children's' faces :
when a gift or surprise is'-
beyond words. '-
"Ahhh. I thought it was-
very sweet, very gentle-
man-like," Director of -
Special Events Julie
D'Agostino said. "Especially
when they handed us the -
roses. It's like the olden "
days. Boys just don't do :
that anymore."


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Friday, February 20, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A3


NEWS BRIEFS Why do you think gasoline prices are rising?


. -- The following Lake
County Libraries will be
closed for President's Day,
Monday and will reopen
with regularly scheduled
hours on Tuesday.
Baysinger Memorial
Library, 756 W. Broad St.,
Groveland
Cagan Crossings
Community Library, 16729
Cagan Oaks, Clermont
Cooper Memorial
Library, 821 W. Minneola
Ave., Clermont
The Helen Lehmann
Memorial Library, 17435
Fifth St., Montverde will be
open with regular hours on
Monday, Feb. 16.
-- The 11th annual Pig on
the Pond "Great Chili
Challenge" is scheduled for
Friday, Mar. 13. All interest-
ed people, both chefs and
amateurs, are invited to
compete. The entry fee is
only $25 and the entries
may be any type of chili.
Ford of Clermont is sponsor-
ing the challenge and pro-
ceeds will benefit Groveland
Elementary School. An appli-
cation is available at
:;www.pigonthepond.org
; Everyone interested in
t fasting, and judging, the
chili can purchase Chili
Sampling Tickets for $5 each
by calling Christine Palmer
at 348-4198 or visiting: H&S
Liquidators, Groveland;
Plaster Cottage, Clermont;
Spiros, Clermont or
Clermont Auto Glass,
Minneola.
-- The Pig on the Pond
Dessert Bake-Off is scheduled
for Saturday, Mar. 14, spon-
sored by Save-A-Lot and the
Church at South Lake.
Categories include cookies,
cakes, fruit pies, other pies,
brownies/bar cookies and
special desserts. First prize
will be $50 in each category
and ribbons will be awarded
for second and third places.
The entry fee is the donation
of your dessert which will
then be sold at the festival.
Entry deadline is Thursday,
Mar. 12 and only amateurs
are eligible to enter. For
Ignore information, call Bryan
Jrry at 243-1155 or go to
pigonthepond.org


"The barrel prices have
gone down but gas prices are
going up so I have no clue
why. It baffles me."
Gerald Malacaso
Clermont


Death Notices
Catalina Castaneda
Catalina Castaneda, 90, of
Clermont, died Saturday,
Feb. 14, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home
Clermont/Groveland
Chapel.
.Pasquale Campano
Pasquale Campano, 91, of
W. Newbury, Mass., died
Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Winifred Chamberlain
Winifred T. Chamberlain,
80, of Winter Garden died
Monday, Feb. 16, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Helene Desrochers


"I think it's because sum-
mer is approaching. That's
tourism and I think they
raise the prices when they
know people will be travel-
ing."
Janet Reynolds
Fruitland Park


IN MEMORY

Helen Desrochers, 75, of
Clermont, Fla., died
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Thomas A. Eschner
Thomas A. Eschner, 62, of
Davenport, Fla., died
Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Norma G. Fordyce
Norma Geraldine Fordyce,
85, of Clermont, FL, died
.Friday, Feb. 6, 2009. Becker
Funeral Home, Clermont, FL.
Marianne C. Krimmel
Marianne C. Krimmel, 70,
of Winter Garden, Fla., died
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.


"I think they just take
advantage of people."
Kristy Hook
Leesburg


Annie Kate Long
Annie Kate Long, 93, of
Clermont, Fla., died Monday,
Feb. 16, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont,
Fla.
Paul Burke McEachern
Paul Burke McEachern, 56,
of Mascotte died Saturday,
Feb. 7, 2009. Becker' Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Elvin W. Nielson
Elvin W. Nielson, 79, of
Clermont, Fla., died Sunday,
Feb.-15, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont, Fla.
Vernon Wendell Smith
Vernon Wendell Smith, 82,
of Groveland died Monday,
Feb. 9, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.


"I would think that
because the oil is more so
the gas is more."
Delania Harris
Clermont


"The oil prices."
Anthony Chaney
Clermont


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Decision benefits motorists


Recent verbal commitment
to widen a major stretch of
road in Lake County is wel-
come news for both commuters
and local highway planning offi-
cials.
Last week, state highway offi-
cials told. the Lake-Sumter
Metropolitan Planning
Organization that funding needed
for a 1.3-mile stretch of road on
State Road 50 will be included in
the state's next work plan. That
means construction should start


in about one year.
Further, last week's commitment
means State Road 50 between U.S.
27 and the Orange County line
should be widened to six lanes by
2012.
The new funding isn't coming
from the federal stimulus package.
Rather, funds saved from other
State Road 50 projects, coupled
with the money already set aside
to repave the stretch of road from
U.S. 27 to Hancock Road, will pay
for the project.


Ask those who have traveled the
stretch of road between U.S. 27
and the county line just west
of the Florida's Turnpike inter-
change during the morning
commute, and they'll tell you
how clogged the drive can be. The
same goes for the reverse com-
mute during the evening hours.
That's why this recent
announcement is good news on
many fronts, and will only help
address a pressing transportation
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Clermont/Minneola Club has added a new Club Project and will soon be offering free diabetes screening
at community events.

CYPRESS RIDGE


The Terrific Kids of Cypress Ridge Elementary School are Dylan Turner, Zach Smith, Walker Wright, Tricia
Moles, Tanrer Smith, Shelby Hammond, Blake Dargis, Taylor Candage, Logan Covington, Blake Carlson,
Justin Daniels, Rebecca Candage, Shelby Fallman, Katie Hernandez, Sarah Hardee, Christopher Castro,
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and McKenna Carrithers. Kiwanian Connie Carlson is shown at the right rear of the group.


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PINE RIDGE


The Terrific Kids of Pine Ridge Elementary School are Aldo Matos, William Yates, Kenneth Blair Jr., Tayna
Ramos-Santiago, Raelin Baird, Larsen Reko, Elliott Cottrell, Gage Carnley, Jordyn Edwards, Courtney
Burgess, Natalie Cabada, Daisy Mlerino, Justin Geiger, Mathew Jacob, Megan Lucie, Ava O'Keefe,
Nathanial Keech, Kiley Chase, Kyle Racette, Eli Sweet, Tasha Hosein, Breanna Cefaliello, Shane Reynolds,
Michael Santana, Isaiah Alvarez, Mia Newton, Walker Scott, Briana Kveton, Ashton Pasquale, Faith
Ambrose, Brendan Boval, Julia Baldwin, Mathew Ramnarine, Alexandra Garcia, Marissa Rivera, Hunter
Gampher, Avis Hernandez, Allysia Vazquez, Bre'ette Ison, Laney Leininger and Emily Junco. Kiwanian-
George Werner is standing to the left of the group.

MASCOTTE ELEMENTARY


The Terrific Kids of Mascotte Elementary School are Dylan Gandy, Bernie Drew (absent), Ezequiel
Cardenas, Damarius Shook, Favian Negrete, Jose Mata Torres, Christopher Smith, Bryce Lee,. Damaria
Robinson, Erika Guevara, Austin Anglada, Michael Singh, Guadalupe Cardenas, Alejandro Almaraz,
zackery Hubert, Zachary Cassidy, Blake Lee, Martin Barco, Virginia Rico-Martinez, Kyle Pridgen, Alexandra
Morales, Charity DeLeon, Lorely Reyna and Duke Byrd. Kiwanians Janet Hoskinson, Bill Cockcroft, Gene
Thomas and Assistant Principal Radean Johnson are standing behind the group.


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COMMUNITY NOTES


, WOMEN'S SHELTER HOT-
LINE 753-5800
,'.The annual Black
History Celebration is sched-
uleldIrom 6 8 p.m. on
uS v' at Jenkins
A lium, 7th and
M"f ose, Clermont. There
kMill 1 play, poetry read-
Ings, pry telling by Bertie
Newb _, Karate and dance
demonstrations as well as
delidcios'vegan foods and
beautiful African Fashions
inodeled by local residents.
For more information, call
#08-1233, 404-9317 or 988-
5033.
I, The AARP Tax-Aide,, .
program, intended for mid-
die and low income taxpay-
e&, is scheduled from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.,Airntil 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
attended a course on the
Federal Tax Code and have
passes the test to become
certified counselors. The
Tax-Aide program is spon-
sored by AARP and the IRS.
The Simon Thomas
Brown (1845-1928) Family
Reunion is scheduled from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday
at the Groveland Masonic *
Lodge, 320 E. Jim Payne Rd.,
Groveland. All family and
friends are welcome. Please
bring a covered dish and
any photos or history.
Simon Thomas Brown set-
tled on property now bor-
dered by Cherry Lake Road
on the north, S.R. 19 on the
west, and the Palatlakaha
River on the south some-
time in 1870. The area in
the vicinity of the bridge on
Hwy. 19 has been known as
Brown's Ford ever since and
members of the Brown fami-
ly have lived in this area
since that time.
-- Friends of Cooper
Memorial Library are plan-
fing a book sale at Jenkins
Auditorium on Saturday,


Feb. 28. They are now ask-
ing for donations of used
books of any and all types in
good condition. All donated
books may be dropped off at
Cooper Memorial Library.
The South Lake Art
League's photography show,
sponsored by Becker Funeral
Home, is now open from 10
a.m. to noon Sunday to
Wednesday; the Gallery will
be open from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. on Thursday and
Friday. For more informa-
tion, call Shirley Sojourner
at 394-73 38.
-- The Friends of Cooper
Memorial Library and LSCC
has planned a Veteran's
History Project to collect
and record memoirs of local
men and women at an Open
House from 2 to 5 p.m. on
Thursday, Mar. 5 in the
Community Room, Bldg. #1,
Lake/Sumter Community
College, South Lake
Campus.
Volunteers will photo-


graph memorabilia and
record the stories of any vet-
eran who lives in Clermont,
Minneola, Groveland,
Mascotte or M6ntverde. For
more information, call
Lilnda Karp at 536-2147 or
Audrey Jackson-Morgan at'
536-9954.
-- Clermont's Beta Theta
Chapter of Epsilon Sigma
Alpha has scheduled the
fifth annual Mardi Gras
Event from 6:30 to 11 p. m.
Saturday, Mar. 7 at Minneola
City Hall, 800 N US Hwy
27.Oakwood Grill will cater
a New Orleans style dinner,
there will be dancing, enter-
tainment, a costume cotitest,
and door prizes. Tickets are
$35 a person and all pro-
ceeds will benefit local char-
ities and scholarships for
East Ridge and South Lake
High Schools. For tickets or'
information, call 394-3184
or 243-1910.
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, activity, healthy
habits and successes to cele-
brate. For more information,
please' log onto
WeightWatchers.com.
ONGOING:
:-- Groveland Farmer's
Market is scheduled from 2
to 7 p.m. every Friday at
Lake David Park, 450 S. Lake
Ave., Groveland. Fruits, veg-
etables, plants, jewelry, food
arid other goods will be
available. In addition, a
unique "Soapbox" is avail-
able for those individuals
who have something they
wish to share with others.
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A8 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, February 20, 2009


NEW HOPE


BETA THETA


ROTARY


Beta Theta's Mardi Gras Co-
Chairs Sandie Stacy and Debi
Stillman are planning a great
Mardi Gras event from 6:30
to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Mar. 7
at Minneola City Hall. The
evening will feature a New
Orleans style dinner catered
by Oakwood Smokehouse
and Grill, entertainment,
dancing, a costume contest
and door prizes. All proceeds
will benefit local charities as
well as scholarships for East
Ridge and South Lake High
Schools. Tickets are $35 per
person and are in limited
supply. For more information
or to make reservations, call
394-3184 or 243-1910.


Tne Terrilic KIdS Of New Hope nrinsianr Acauemy are ArycK
Leistikow, David Mills, Richard Nettles and Tori Fallman. Kiwanians
Fred Fallman and Derrol Dennis are shown at the rear of the group.


Pictured are Rotary President Denny Blankenship, Rotarian and
Orange County Deputy Sheriff Patty Wells and Sheriff Corporal
Jennifer Fulford. Deputy Sheriff Corporal Jennifer Fulford addressed
the South Lake Rotary Club at a recent meeting and discussed the
training police officers must have to handle some of the frightening
incidents they can become involved in during the course of duty.
The Rotary Club meets at 7 a.m. every Tuesday at the Fairfield inn.
Visitors are welcome.


CLERMOSNT

BLESSED SACRAMENT
CATHOLIC CHURCH
720 12th Street Clermont, FL 34711
352-394-3562
Saturday Vigil Masses-
English: 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm
Sunday Masses:
8 am, 10 am, 12 noon (Contemporary Mass)
5 pm (Contemporary Mass)
Reconciliation on Saturday:
3:00 pm 3:45 pm (Eng.)
6:15 pm 6:45 pm (Sp.)
Comer 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 (31 Sunday Night) 6pm
Men of Power (Bi-monthly)
FO.C.U.S (Singles) (Bi-monthly)
Kingdom Covenant Couples (Quarterly)
*2nd Service Coming EASTER
Pastors Christopher & Carla Walker
352-404-9975 www.cathedialofpower.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 &
Worship Pastor
Jimmy & Tracy Williams, Associate Pastor
Dale & Raye Cosden, Administrative Pastor
Will & Beatriz Perez, Hispanic Ministries Pastor
Rodney & Sherri McKinley, Youth Pastor
Jason & Melinda 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 pri
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, Director 352-536-9268
a 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 Clermont.
High Holiday Services
Religious School
Educational and Social Activities
www.congregationsinai-clermont.org
e-mail: congregationsinai@cfl.rr.com
Message Line: 352-243-5353

THE CROSSING CHURCH
Where 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.thecrossingchurch.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
clermontfirstbaptist.com
Sunday Worship
9:30 am Traditional
11:00 am Contemporary
(Children's Church 11:00 am)

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 Itin Express) 6:30 am
Tuesday Middle School POWERhouse
6:00 -,8:00 pm
Nursery Provided All Events
Weekday School:
Preschool

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
CLERMPNT, 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
communitychurchclermont.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
Nursery provided for all services
Children's church during morning svc.
"Sharing God's love across the street
and around the world"
Rev. Joel Shackelford, Senior Pastor
www.grandhwybaptist.org


IGLESIA METODISTA UNIDA
"EL FARO"
"Una iglesia con mentes. corazones v


brazos abtertos"
950 7th Street, Clermont, FL 34711
(esquina Hwy 50 & calle 7)
Reuniones en el Salon Social
Todos los Domingos a las 6:00 pm
Visitas a los hogares con cita previa.
Favor de llamar para mas information y
pedidos de oracion.
Pastor Maria Fernandez
321-946-6833

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

NEW JACOB'S CHAPEL MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
410 W. Hwy. 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Phone: 352-394-4720
Rev. Rex Anderson, Pastor
Minister Nathehia 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 Mqming 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

PRMERA 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 5:00 & 6:45 pm
Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
The EDGE (Children)
All Services
Student Life Groups
Sunday 9:30 am (Middle School)
Sundays- 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

THE RIVER CHURCH
796 Hooks St.
Clermont, FL 34711
Coffee & Doughnuts 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:00 am
River Kids Church &
River Babies Nursery available
Wednesday H20 Surge Youth Group
6:00 8:00 nm


7:00 pm 8:30 pm
For more information call 352-243-7505 or
email us at Office@RiverChurchClermont.com
Visit our website at
www.riverchurchclermont.com

SHEPHERD OF THE HILL LuTaRAN
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 E PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Place of Love, Life & Growth
131 Chestnut St., Clermont
352-394-2753
East Ave 1 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
Childcare.provided.
www.southlakepresbyterian.org

ST. MATTHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warm 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

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



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FERNDA 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



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BETTER LIF WORSHIP CENTER
1200 W. Broad Street Groveland, FL 34736
Tel (352) 429-2634
Fax (352) 429-2831
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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
11:00 am- 1:00 pm
Wednesday Family Training Hour 7:30 pm
Thursday Prayer Service 10:00 am
Friday Worship Service/Youth 7:30 pm
Friday Fun Night/Children 7:30 pm


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441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland
352-429-2572
Rev. Dr. Donna Manwaring
Traditional Worship 9:30 AM
Praise Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday Fellowship 10:30 to 11:00 AM
Wednesday 5:30 PM Dinner
Wednesday 6:30 PM Christian Education

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

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BAPTIST 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
J 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
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FIRST BAPTIST 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



MNONTVERDE

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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 6100 pm
Pastors Jim and Linda Watson
Youth Pastors Rob and Leslie Durant
407-469-3927 or 321-948-2350.


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


WOODLANDS LUTHERAN -
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.or".
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

PRESBYTERIMUAN 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




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FAITH 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
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Friday, February 20, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A9


KARAOKE


Pictured with Mike Madawi, in center, are the latest winners of the Karaoke Contest, Nathan Hawkins of
St. Cloud and Nechelle Stott of Orlando. Despite the freezing weather last week, Week #4 of the Karaoke,
Master contest at Sports on Tap Bar & Grill in downtown Clermont was well attended. Mike Madawi
reports that he now has eight semi-finalists and the other eight will be determined over the next few
weeks. The semi-finalists will compete on Wednesday, Mar. 11 and then the winners will compete in the
finals at the Pig on the Pond Festival Saturday, Mar. 14. For more information, contact Mike Madawi of
Smooth Musical Entertainment or go to www.smoothme.com


ESSAY


Pictured are the winners of the DAR Essay Contest --Amy Moose, Tracy Piasare and Rebecca Duncan in
the front row with Noel Cueva Bermudez, Mayor Hal Turville who presented the awards, Andrew Lee,
Samantha DeZerga, Brandon O'Connor shown in second row. The Tomoka Chapter, Daughters of the
American. Revolution, recently announced the winners of the annual Good Citizenship awards and
America History Essay contest. The topic of the essay in the nationwide competition for students in
grades 5 through 8 was "The Gettysburg Address", the winners read their essays to the audience.
The essay winners were Tracy Piasare, Clermont Elementary fifth grader and Amy Moose and Alex
Rector, Imagine Schools of South Lake eighth graders. Outstanding American History students were
Brandon O'Connor of East Ridge High School, Andrew Lee of Montverde Academy and Samantha
DeZerga of South Lake High School. Good Citizen awards were given to Rebecca Duncan of East Ridge
High School and Noel Cuevas Bermudez of Montverde Academy.


FAITH NOTES


-- Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ, have scheduled the
traditional Ash Wednesday
Service at 7 p.m. on
Wednesday, Feb. 25 at the.
church, 10710 Park Ridge
Gotha Rd., Windermere.
It is a solemn time of per-
sonal confession and repen-
tance in preparation for
Easter, which this year is
Sunday April 12.
Rev. Barton Buchanan will
deliver a message and there
will be special music for the
occasion and at the close of
the service, anyone wishing
t6 participate may receive
ashes.
.The public is welcome. For
more information, call 407-
876-2112.
-- Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ has planned a
"Wellness On the go" Health
Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
on Saturday at the church,
10710 Park Ridge Gotha Rd,
Windermere. The fair is free
and open to the public and
will include health screenings,
free seminars, chair massages
and much more. A variety of
health companies will have
booths offering useful infor-
mation and there will be a
special six month weight loss
challenge for those interested.
The "Wellness On the Go"
Health Fair is sponsored by
Metabolic Balance American.
For more information, call
Karen at 407-802-9023.
Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church has sched-
uled 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.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church video/dis-
cussion series on Christianity
at various times' during the
day, call 394-3382 for details.
-- Breakfast with Pastor Jon
at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at Bob
Evans Restaurant, US Hwy 27
near Walmart.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church has sched-
uled family friendly; informal
worship services at 7 p.m.
Wednesday evenings.
-- Shepherd of the Hills
Luitheran Church has a news-
piper and magazine recycling
container at the entrance to
the church grounds. All pro-
cqeds from the recycling will
benefit the FAITH
Neighborhood Center food
bank.


Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Lenten Suppers at 6
p.m. during the six weeks
prior to Easter. The Ash
Wednesday Liturgical Service
will follow at 7 p.m.
Wednesday and every
Wednesday during Lent.
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on the World Christian
Movement" from 6 9 p.m.
every Monday at the church,
268 Mohawk Rd., Clermont.
This is a 16-week class exam-
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Lake County Adopt-a-Lake program. Other programs included a celebration of the Chinese New Year:
including a dragon parade through downtown Clermont.

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Happy birthday, Mr. Lincoln


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
'George E. Smith of Orlando, a professional Abraham Lincoln reenactor, visited the Presidents' Hall of
'Fame in honor of Lincoln's 200th birthday observance on last week.


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT Abraham Lincoln turned
200 years old last week. In Clermont on
Thursday, visitors to the Presidents Hall of
Fame attraction were able to wish him a
"Happy Birthday" in person.
"This, to me, is a once in a lifetime treat.
To be able to see Lincoln in real life form, ask
him questions, talk to him and take our pic-
ture with him," gushed Kathy Uhlenbrock, a
winter resident from Valles Mines, Mo.
Lincoln was literally brought to life by
George Smith, a professional Abe Lincoln
impersonator who has performed the role
more than 750 times in the United States
and in England. John Zweifel, the museum's
curator, made sure he had plenty of Lincoln
memorabilia laid out.
As visitors arrived, Zweifel encouraged pic-
tures at the replica of the Lincoln Monument
and by Lincoln's face on Mount Rushmore -
two of the museum's outdoor attractions.
As people browsed through the museum,
they were able to see replicas of Lincoln's
1864 office, the Lincoln Bedroom in the
White House, the Lincoln Ford Theater rock-
ing chair and campaign signs from his cam-
paigns.
Zweifel also put out some authentic items,
such as Lincoln's lifemask and hands, a full-
size Lincoln rosewood bed and a campaign-
issue leather water bucket.
Zweifel also had birthday cake for those


wanting to share a piece with Lincoln and
was ready to answer any questions they had
regarding the 16th president.
"Lincoln was one of the few presidents
without a college education, but yet, the one
with the most background and history,"
Zweifel said.
Zweifel said it's one thing to read and hear
about Lincoln, but when people can ask a
question and get an answer in person, as
Lincoln would have answered, it becomes
more personal.
Zweifel said he's planning on several presi-
dential impersonators visiting the museum
this year, including Obama in July. But on
Thursday the focus was on Lincoln.
On the way out, people seemed to leave
with a genuine sense of having spent time
with him.
Smith said some of the most common
questions he's been asked about Lincoln over
the years are, "What number president were
you?" and "How tall are you?" He also fields
questions about the Emancipation
Proclamation (which abolished slavery in the
rebel states), his Gettysburg address (spoken
at the bloodiest of. Civil War battlefields) and
his letter of condolence to Lydia Bixby (who
lost five sons in the Civil War). Lincoln was
.assassinated in 1865.
Uhlenbrock said she and her husband
recently took their 10-year-old granddaugh-
ter, Maddie, to Springfield, Ill., and to Indiana
on a trip to learn about Lincoln.


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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
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BOY SCOUTS


Shown are Boy Scbuts Matthew Sulsenti, Max Sulsenti, Girl Scout Marisa Sulsenti, Boy Scouts Giovanni Jasso and Cody Serano at the Kings
SRidge Thirteenth Anniversary Parade.
'The Boy Scouts are currently involved in a fund raiser called "Mulch Madness" to raise money for summer camp expenses. Call Jerry
Sulsenti at 267-7218 to place an order for Red or Cypress Mulch or Pine Bark Nuggets. The sacks of mulch will be delivered to a residence
-or place of business in March.


KIWANIS


-icturea are Hai lummings, ichn Bell, Joan rKyle, urn iiomas, uicL
Baxter, Pauline Wallace, Carol Hanja, Gene Barbour and Jack Wallace.
The Clermont Kiwanis Club recently held an open house to celebrate
the club's 83rd year. Since its beginning in 1926, the Kiwanis Club
has had numerous projects which all benefited the.children of the
community such as Key Club in high schools, Builders Club in middle
schools, the Reading is FUNdamental program, BUG (bringing up
grades) program and the Terrific Kids program throughout tl*
schools system here in Lake County, both public and private. -


MONTVERDE ACADEMY


HEALTH CALENDAR
-- The Lake County Health Department abortion. The study will be a guide into
has scheduled free flu shots from 2:30 the amazing forgiveness and love of God
4:30 p.m. this afternoon at the Mascotte where there is peace and restoration. The '
Civic Center, 121 N. Sunset Ave., Mascotte, leaders of the study are post-abortive and.
for children ages 6 months and up and are all information shared in the group study.:
offered on a first come, first served basis. is kept confidential. This is a safe place tol,
For more information, call 357-1668. come for healing and support. Classes '
--Alzheimer's Family Organization now meet weekly from 6:30 8 p.m. at Real Life
has a group meeting at 2 p.m. Thursday, Christian Church for 12 weeks. Pre-regis-
Mar. 19 at the Fairfield Inn & Suite tration is required. For more information
Marriott, 1750 Hunt Trace Blvd., Clermont. or to register, call Janet with Beauty for
For more information, call Deborah Snow Ashes at 874-5164.
at 406-8465 or Sharon White at 407-466- Narcotics Anonymous open meetings:
6445. 8 p.m. Tuesday at First Missionary
Post-abortion healing Bible study Baptist Church, 153 Mills St., Groveland;
"SaveOne" deals with issues of guilt and 8 p.m. Wednesday at Wootson Temple,
shame that many people experience after 836 Scott St., Clermont.


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4Leanne Rempel, a. Montverde Academy Junior from Canada is shown with Lucky Charm.
'The Montverde Academy Equestrian Center'has added a Hunter/Jumper Program, coached by Jennifer
'Thompson, a BHS Certified Instructor. The Montverde Academy Hunter/Jumper Team consists of five
'talented young riders ages 7 to 16.


SCHOOL
CALENDAR.
-- The East Ridge High
School Band Boosters have
:scheduled a Flea Market at 6
:a.m. Saturday on the East
,Ridge High School Football
-Field. 15 x 15 spaces are
available for $30 for all ven-
"dors. 'Admission will be a
donationio. For more infor-
:mation, call Crystal Lee at
:874-5942 or Shirley Douglas
:at 243-6000.
S- The regular School
:Board of Lake County
Meeting is scheduled at 6
p.m. Monday in the
Commission Chambers,
Lake County Administration
Building, 315 West Main St,,
Tavares.
East Ridge Middle
:School Advisory Council
:has scheduled a meeting at
:5 p.m. Tuesday in the Media
:Center, 13201 Excalibur Rd.,
,Clermont.
: -- Minneola Elementary
:School's Charter Board will
:meet at 7 p.m. on
;Wednesday in the Media
:Center, 320 East Pearl St.,
'Minneola.
: -- Grassy Lake Elementary
:Parent Teacher
:Organization's general meet-
:ing is scheduled at 7 p.m.
:on Thursday in the school
cafeteriaa Following the
:meeting, the school's
-Chorus will perform a
f:atriotic Concert. The pub-
lic is invited to attend.
:' -- Montverde Academy
.has scheduled The Sunshine
State Choral Festival at 5:45
'p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27 in
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LEISURE TIPS


B.B. Brown's Gardens in Clermont is now
accepting applications for the Spring
National Wildlife Federation Habitat
Stewards Training scheduled for Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, Mar. 7 9. This exten-
sive 3 day program, hosted by Bruce and
Cathy Brown, with certified National
Wildlife Federation trainers, will feature in-
class training, field studies, workshops and
presentations by leading experts in the areas
of native plants, bird studies, butterfly habi-
tat, endangered plant species, creating
"Green" communities, and restoring wildlife
habitat in our backyards, neighborhoods
and towns.
During the past eight years, over 160
Habitat Stewards have been actively
involved in Central Florida's beautification
and wildlife preservation. Their efforts
include the design and installation of habi-
tat gardens at Lake Louisa State Park, Centre
for Women's Health at South Lake Hospital,
Lost Lake Elementary School, Clermont's
Veteran's Memorial on Lake Minneola, Lake
County Welcome Center, Florida Scrub-Jay
Trail, Building Blocks Learning Center and
the Clermont Post Office.
The training is free; however, the cost for
training materials and meals, including the
opening reception, is $95. Class size is limit-
ed and pre-registration is required by calling
429-5566 or e-mail bbbrowns@earthlink.net
-- The Clermont Garden Club Library is
scheduled to re-open from 9 a.m. to noon
on Monday, Mar. 2 and every Monday until
June. The Club librarian, Greta Kennen, will
be on hand to help with research and ques-
tions on Horticulture. The Garden Club
library is located in the Mildred Amateis
Garden Center, 849 West Ave.,Clermont.
-- Rawborn Productions has scheduled
"Cater to Your Woman, A Celebration of
Love", a Carribean-American party, from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 21 at the MK
Dream Center, 301 S. Tubb St., Clermont.
For more information, call 552-4321.
-- Beginner Line Dance & Intermediate
Line Dance classes began on Wednesday
and run for five more weeks in the
Minneola City Hall Gym. Beginner Class
time is from 10 11:30 a.m. and
Intermediate Class time is 1 2:30 p.m.
Fee for the session is $30 and the instruc-
tor is Nancy McDavid. To register, call 394-
3598 ext227.
-- The Kings Ridge Singers, "The
Royalaires", is searching for a Music Director,
and 'Accompanist for the choral group.
.Rehearsals are from 10:30 a.m. to noon
every Friday at the Kings Ridge.Clubhouse.
For more information, call Jean Hector at
243-3925.
The Downtown Clermont Farmer's
Market now has new hours, the Market is
scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every
Sunday along W. Montrose St., historic


downtown Clermont. Shop the many ven-
dors for produce, plants, flowers, cooked
and prepared specialty foods. If you are
interested in becoming a vendor at the
Market, call Cheryl Fishel at 394-8618.
The "KARAOKE MASTER" Contest con-
tinues 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 festi-
val. The event is a production of Smooth
Musical Entertainment owned by Clermont
resident and businessman, Mike Madawi.
For more information, call Mike Madawi at
267-0044 or go to www.smoothme.com
The South Lake Art League's
Photography Show is now open from 10
a.m. to noon Sunday to Wednesday and
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday and
Friday at the League's Gallery, 776 Montrose
St., Clermont. For more information, call
Shirley Sojourner at 394-7338 or go online
to southlakeartleague.com
Moonlight Players Productions:
"Biloxi Blues" Mar. 13 to Apr. 12.
"Li'l Abner" May 8 to June 7.
The South Lake Art League has sched-
uled a variety of Art Classes for this season
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
Panzini at 242-5388
BEADING & JEWELRY Tuesday call
Lorna Fleming at 394-6648
ACRYLIC PAINTING Wednesday Call
Kathie 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 Kathie Camara at 241-6407
ONGOING
Lake County Art Center, 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 local artists, comedians,
dancers, and musicians. Entry is reserved for:
age 21 and over.
To update, delete or add items in this column, e-mail
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20 years ago 1989
World famous tenor opera singer
Luciano Pavarotti performed New
Year's Eve at the Orange County Civic
Center, backed by the Orlando
Symphony Orchestra and sponsored by
the Orlando Opera Company, which
finally convinced Pavarotti that
Orlando would be as receptive to his
one man concerts as the larger cities in
the country.
: The Civic Center people should hire
Disney to show them how to move traf-
fic. At the 5 p.m. curtain time about half
the audience was still on International
Drive, delaying the concert an hour.
Attending from Clermont were Marcy
Becker, Fran Janusiak, Jim and Elaine
Lester, Judd and Dorothy Turner, Nick
hnd Betty Jean Jones and Press editor
Ann Dupee. Orlando Opera Company's
Marketing Director Barbara Battersby
pf Clermont coordinated a press confer-
ence at the Stouffer Hotel.
: Clermont High School sophomore
Stephanie Schalk received a gold
bracelet from friend Sophia Zetterlund
bn the eve of her Jan. 24 departure as
)n exchange student to Australia.
- Receiving all A grades at Clermont
iJunior High School for the first semes-
ter were: Jennifer Cobia and Stephanie
Resler, 6th grade; Todd Ladd, 7th grade;
Kelli Angel, Maureen Campbell, Leisle
Lee and Dona Pool, 8th grade.
- South Lake Council for the Arts
sponsored the appearance of 13 attrac-
tive young men known as "The Colgate
-13." Arts Chairman Nick Jones intro-
duced Bud Hedinger, News Anchor for
WFTV (now heard on 540 AM Radio
from 3-6 p.m.), a member of the Colgate
13 during his collegiate years.
; Hedinger introduced several former
Colgate faculty and staff members in
the audience of several hundred people:
Glenn Waas, former chairman of the
German Department; Lou Williams,
athletic trainer; and Vicki Horton,
Administrative Assistant to the
President. Former faculty member Bob
Wilder was unable to attend.
- George Palmer of Mount Dora and
his wife, the former Peg Dorsey of
Clermont, were also there. Palmer was
the band and orchestra director from
:1935-45 and in 1942 when the Colgate
-13 formed.
:o -Hedinger described the group as the
most widely traveled and celebrated
collegiate singing group in the country.
Fifty-one residents of Lake Highlands
Nursing and Retirement Center
attended.
-- The Daily Commercial announced
its All-Area Football team: Demetrius
Boney, Chris Franklin. Mike Jones and
Danny Penny, Clermont High and
James Boyd. Groveland High. Second
team selections were: Ronald Brown,
Chad Stewart and Kenny Robinson,
GHS and John Bevins and Devon Cole,
CHS.
School Board Scoop by Board
Member Anna Cowin. For the third
time in just a few years, the Lake
County School Board set out reorganiz-
ing the school district and its students
to different schools. The South Lake
community of Groveland and the
Leesburg area shuffled its schools
recently to accommodate the K-5, 6-8


and 9-12 configuration.
Lake County Planner Al Star told the
Board Lake County will experience a
great increase of young families with
children because of the new beltway,
the subsequent urbanization of Lake
County and the greater need for goods
and services caused by the increased
influx of retirees.
Although Board members took no for-
mal action because the meeting was a
workshop, consensus was reached to
help reduce the crisis by possibly charg-
ing user fees to students coming to
Lake County schools from other coun-
ties.
Superintendent Dr. Tom Sanders
was also authorized to try to negotiate
again with surrounding school districts
for a more equitable arrangement or
this time face a freeze on future stu-
dents coming to Lake County.
After receiving "a lot of benefits
from living here" Richard Bell, the
South Lake Press "Citizen of the Month
for January," wanted to present a
"Christmas gift to the community." His
gift came in the form of the Lighted
Boat Parade held last December.
The two year and four month old
discrimination lawsuit brought by
DeSisto College against the town of
Howey-in'-the-Hills and two officials
has reportedly been dismissed in
Federal Middle District Court. '
Over 115 South Lake County citi-
zens attended the first in a series of
Lake County School Board town meet-
ings at Clermont High School.
Numerous residents questioned why
the state lottery hadn't provided more
funding for Lake County.
School Board members indicated
they felt funds previously used for edu-
cation were being diverted by State
Legislators to other areas, with lottery
funds used to replace much of that
funding, not supplementing it, as origi-
nally indicated to voters when the lot-
tery was placed on the ballot.
In 1988 the Florida Legislature
passed the Magnetic Levitation
Demonstration Project Act that pro-
vides for a coordinated permitting and
planning procedure for the location,
construction and operation of a mag-
netically elevated 'train principally
within one county in Florida, Central
Florida has been chosen. (I noted with
interest that part of the stimulus plan
just passed by the U.S. Congress,
February 2009, contains funds to build
a Mag Lev Train from Las Vegas to
Disneyland in Anaheim.)
The High Speed Rail Commission
asked for bids. Two Japanese and one
German company responded their
intentions to submit an application by
March 2, 1989. Each will pay $500,000
for a Development of Regional Impact
(DRI) review before the East Central
Florida Regional Planning Council. The
Governor and Cabinet will make the
final selection by April 3, 1990.
The annual Scottish Games were
held recently at the Central Florida
Fair Grounds. Sue Johnstone Joiner of
Clermont was pictured proudly holding
the trophy for the best home baked
shortbread over 20 other entries from
around the southeast.


Clinic can cure craving to


smoke with laser treatment


ROXANNE BROWN
StaffWriter
CLERMONT The more years
of smoking, the harder it is to
quit. For some, quitting is impos-
sible because of the overwhelm-
ing urge to pick up another ciga-
rette.
At the Laser Wellness Center
in Clermont, there's new hope for
those truly ready to kick the
habit.
Her name is Mary Barnett,
she's a registered nurse, and her
program is Laser Therapy for
Smoking.
"I tell people, 'There's no mira-
cle; you really have to want to
quit smoking. But this helps
tremendously,' Barnett said.
"But honest to God, once you've
had the treatment, the craving is
gone."
The one-time, approximately
$200 procedure takes. less than
one hour to administer. Barnett
says it's, like acupuncture, but
without needles.
A cold laser is placed in 25-sec-
ond intervals on the acupuncture
points that have to do with smok-
ing. The treatment starts with
points around the earlobe, then
moves down to other points on
.the forehead, on either side of the
nose, upper lip and chin before
.moving down the forearm, the
inside forearm, the wrist, hands
and the kidney area.
"We cover all the points that
affect you in some way when
smoking is involved," Barnett
said, adding that the procedure is
completely pain-free and relax-
ing.
Barnett said one of the first
points she hits is the Shenmen
point on the earlobe, which
induces relaxation.
"It's done while patients relax
in a chair. Some patients say
they've almost fallen asleep dur-
ing the procedure they're so
relaxed," Barnett said.
Barnett also advises that peo-
ple drink a lot of water to help
flush the nicotine from their sys-
tem prior to and after the proce-
dure and encourages an "I want
to quit" mindset upon entering
the room.
Barnett said the laser treat-
ment works to quench the desire
for nicotine. But the person also
has to do certain things, such as
change routines connected to
smoking.
Patient Marie Pappas, 49, from
Umatilla, who after years of
smoking developed a pack-a-day
smoking habit, underwent the
treatment on July 19, 2008, and
has not smoked since.
She said her habit, was smok-
ing with her husband Chris, 52,
so they did the treatment togeth-
er.
"We had tried the Patch and
many other different methods to
try and stop, but nothing worked
until this. It's amazing;" Pappas
said. "It takes the strong urge for


a cigarette away so it's easier for
you to stop smoking."
Barnett has first-hand experi-
ence too. She was a smoker and
went through the laser treatment
six months ago.
She said since her treatment,
she has thought about smoking a
cigarette out of habit, but the
urge is gone so it's easy to say 'no.'
Barnett said when she thinks
about smoking, she immediately
asks herself: "Why do I want to
mess up the last six months?"
She had tried various other
stop-smoking methods the
patch, the gum but without
success.
After Barnett saw Pappas, a co-
worker, go through the treatment
successfully, she tried it herself,
then contacted the Omega laser


company
machine


Mary M. Barnett ,
(above left, left) of the
Laser Wellness Center
in Clermont is
certified to administer
Laser Therapy for
Smoking, a program
she,said works better
thah any she's'seen,
for those who want to
quit smoking. The
laser therapy targets
acupuncture points
with painless cold
lasers while patients
relax in a chair for a
one-time treatment
that usually lasts
under one hour.
ROXANNE BROWN I
- SOUTH LAKE PRESS
who makes the laser
to get trained and


licensed and set up to administer
the laser therapy locally.
"When I was successful, I
thought, 'this is something that
can help a lot of people,'" Barnett
said.
Barnett is excited not only
about her own success,'but about
the success of all the people she's
been able to help.
"The cost of treatment is mini-
mal compared to what most peo-
ple spend on cigarettes," Barnett
said. "So it's not only money in
their banks, but better health
and a victory to be proud of."
For more information, call
Laser Therapy for Smoking at
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I i Sports
Columnist

Let's keep

religion out

of baseball

I never thought the day would
come, but I'm beginning to feel
sorry for a multi-million dollar
athlete. In this case, Alex Rodriguez.
Since his recent admission of steroid
use, A-Rod has been consistently vili-
fied by the American sportocracy an
agglomeration of broadcasters and
other riff raff who never hesitate to tell
American sports fans how they ought
to react to whatever athletic catastro-
phe has come to the fore.
Think about it.
Only in America could an athlete
"admit" to something that wasn't a
breach of the rules when he did it,
then be held up to both scorn and
ridicule as he explains his transgres-
sion and the circumstances that led
up to it.
During his interview with ESPN's
Peter Gammons, A-Rod demonstrat-
ed that he's learned from the experi-
ences of Mark McGwire, Sammy Sosa
and especially from Roger Clemens.
A-Rod learned that truth-telling is
the only sure path to salvation.
And so he fessed up on national
television the preferred pulpit of
the pinheaded pundits whose calls
for repentance summon the moral,
outrage of a supposedly aggrieved fan
base on every occasion of athletic
malfeasance.

JUST HOW FORGIVING ARE
WE?
"America is a forgiving nation, a
nation of second chances" they usu-
ally begin, apparently missing the
irony that they preach from the land
of zero tolerance, where third-graders
;are often expelled for carrying nail
files on school grounds.
And second chances?
America incarcerates a higher per-
centage of its citizens than any coun-
:try in the civilized world, and sen-
tences them to longer terms for
equivalent crimes. .
In the U.S., we've essentially
,trashed the juvenile justice system.
'The assumption used to be that kids
:do stupid, sometimes criminal
*things. But their rational processes
:are nqt yet fully formed, the argu-
ment went, so we should protect
them from throwing away their lives
'at an early age. Hence, juvenile court
!records always were sealed'.
But for the past 15 years or so,
politically motivated district attor-
neys vying for the coveted "tough on
crime" label have consistently
bypassed the juvenile justice system
when the crime "is too serious to
ignore." This, of course, denies the
'very rationale upon which the sys-
tem was founded.
Only in America can 12-year-olds
'be charged with murder and receive
a life sentence.
This attitude reflects no kind of
forgiveness, or empathy for second
chances, with which most people are
familiar.

RELIGIOSITY
. Whether referring to Pete Rose or
itafael Palmiero but never to Jose
Canseco the talking heads always
emphasize America's eagerness to
grant absolution to those who admit'
their sins and plead for redemption.
Of course it's impossible to deter-
pline whether real people actually
believe this nonsense because no one
ever asks them. In fact, ESPN has
turned into the FOX news of the
$porting world, drawing its own self-
anctified conclusions from facts that
t alone is seemingly empowered to
interpret.
Until 2003, steroids were not test-
d for or subject to punishment
pnder the rules of Major League
baseball or the Basic Agreement
between the league and the MLBPA.
Though steroids were outlawed in
pther sports, including professional
football, cycling, and in the
Olympics, baseball had failed to act.
And so the fact the A-Rod used
steroids is not the moral failure of an
abject coward (as one radio talk show
host so generously put it) but rather


See HUNSBERGER, B3


Boykin heads for Warner University


South Lake softballer is second in a month to sign with Royals


FRANK JOLLEY.
Sports Editor
GROVELAND Kacy Boykin
knows she is not the best softball
player at South Lake High School.
Boykin is, however, one of the
most coachable players on her
team.
Warner University softball coach
Shawn Gary noticed that when he
watched Boykin make numerous
mistakes during a September try-
out, but he still walked away
impressed because of the way she
worked to correct those miscues.
Gary was so impressed with
Boykin's desire and determination
that he offered the South Lake sen-
ior a scholarship, an offer Boykin
accepted and signed Friday to
attend the Lake Wales-based
school formerly known as Warner
Southern College.
"You can't have enough quality
people and Kacy certainly is a high
quality student-athlete," Gary said.
"She has a teachable spirit and
solid head on her shoulders.
Having superstars is nice, but I
want student-athletes who are will-
ing to work hard in the classroom
and on the field.
"We've had a lot of success at
Warner University with those
kinds of players and Kacy fits that
mold perfectly. She's a great fit for
our program and our university."
Boykin is the second South Lake
player in less than a month to sign
a national letter of intent to play
for the Royals, which was ranked
18th nationally in the NAIA's pre-
season poll and has opened the
season with four-straight wins,
Kaitlyh Wilbanks signed with
Warner University Jan. 23, follow-
ing her sister, South Lake assistant
coach Ashley Wilbanks, who
played for the Royals less than 10
years ago.
Boykin said the size of the
Warner University campus won
her over as well as knowing she
would see at least one familiar face
in Wilbanks when she arrives on
campus. She was also impressed
Gary and the program the long-
time coach has built at the liberal
arts Christian college.


FPANK JOLLEY SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Kacy Boykin signs her national letter of intent with Warner University on Friday while Warner University coach Shawn Gary
(right) and South Lake assistant coach Ashley Wilbanks look on.


"I loved the size of the campus
down there," Boykin said. "It just
felt really comfortable the entire
time I was there. It's not so big that
you can get.lost walking around. In
a lot of ways, it was like being in a
small town and that is what I was
hoping to find.
"The fact (Gary) is an outstand-
ing coach and cares about his play-
ers made it a perfect choice for
me."
Boykin considered schools in
Georgia and Lake-Sumter
Community College before choos-
ing Warner University. She had
been accepted to the University of
Alabama based on her academic
prowess (Boykin is ranked ninth in
her class), but the charm of Warner
University was too much to pass


At Warner University, Boykin
plans to study physical therapy
and major in biology. She also
hopes to take advantage of
Warner's pre-professional physical
therapy program.
Boykin has been a utility player
for much of her career at South
Lake, but is the Eagles' starting
third baseman this season. She bat-
ted 240 as a junior for the 2008
Class 4A state semifinalists, and
scored 11 runs in 25 at bats.
Developing her offensive and
decision-making skills will be a pri-
ority for Boykin, who hopes to
compete for a starting job as, a
sophomore.
"Coach Gary has already said its
really tough to get a lot of playing
time as a freshman," Boykin said.
"That's how it is supposed to be,.


though. I don't want to be guarafi-
teed a job I want to earn a spot.
He's offering me that chance.
"I've got some work ahead 6f
me. I have to get a lot sharper at
the plate and continue to work on
my defense. I've always. worked
hard at getting better and now I
have reason to work even harder."
Ashley Wilbanks said she did not
pressure Boykin to attend Warier
University, despite her ties to the
school. In fact, she said she did not
offer any advice unless Boykin
asked for her opinion.
When she did speak about her
alma mater, Wilbanks said she was
truthful and didn't try to "sell" the
school to Boykin.
"It was an excellent place for me


See BOYKIN, B3


LSCC softball aims for road to respectability


FRANK JOLLEY
Sports Editor
LEESBURG Kelly Golden believes the Lake-
Sumter Community College softball is on the
road to respectability.
Despite dropping both games of a double-
header (5-4, eight innings, and 9-0 in five
innings) Tuesday against Manatee Community
College in LSCC's home opener, the LSCC
coach has seen marked improvement in her
team's performance.
"Right now, we're such a young team (15
freshman) that we're still learning to play at
the college level," Golden said. "Many of these
girls are still learning to pace themselves, emo-
tionally and physically,, to get through double-
headers instead of the single games they were
used to playing in high school. That takes
experience and they are learning how to do
that.
"Execution is an area we're struggling with
\and I think that's going to improve with more
game experience. Our record (1-9) doesn't
show it right now, but this is a much better
team than we had last year."
In Tuesday's opener, the Lakers pounded out
10 hits, but left 10 runners on base in the
extra-inning loss. LSCC had at least one run-
ner in scoring position in every inning, but


"if we can keep a game close by
juggling our pitchers, that gives us a
chance to win in the late innings."
Kelly Golden
,LSCC coach

couldn't overcome a pair of costly errors and
failed execution.
In the second inning, clinging to a 1-0 lead
after Brazia Keys scored in the first on a single
by Caitlin Bloom, the Lakers loaded the bases
with one out against Lancers southpaw Kelly
Leary.
Even with the top of the lineup coming up,
LSCC failed to plate a run, as Erin DiRobbio
popped out to third and Keys fouled out.
"A lot of that was simple execution, laying
down a bunt when we needed one," Golden
said. "It wasn't from a lack of effort, that's for
sure. Later in the year, when everyone has a
few more games under their belts, I think we
score at least one run in that situation. In this
case, that would've made the difference in the
game."
The Lakers started Leila Savage in the opener


and the freshman delivered by no-hitting the
Lancers over the first two innings and allow-
ing two hits and two runs (one earned) in 4
1/3 innings. Golden said she relieved Savage in
favor of Megan Holm to give Manatee CC "a
different look."
Savage is more of a finesse pitcher; moving
the ball the around and relying on guile more
than power, while Holm is a fastball pitcher.
'Golden said Savage often is effective the first
two trips through an opponent's batting order,
but struggles after that when her array of
pitches and locations have been revealed.
"Leila does a great job for us, but I know
teams tend to figure her out later in games so
putting Megan in is a chance to mess up their
timing," Golden said. "Megan is a power
pitcher and after teams see Leila's assortment
of pitches for a few innings, it makes a fastball
look even quicker than it is. It's a strategy that
has worked pretty well for us, especially since
we aren't scoring a lot of runs.
"If we can keep a game close by juggling our
pitchers, that gives us a chance to win in the
late innings."
Holm pitched the final 3 2/3 of game one
and allowed three runs on six hits. One of the

See LSCC SOFTBALL, B3


There are other more natural options to HRT


Menopause, the cessation of a
woman's menstrual cycle, strikes
fear into some of the most fearless
women. Some women complain of
symptoms such as raging hot flash-
es and night sweats, insomnia,
depression, fatigue, weight gain,
poor concentration, poor libido and
loss of enjoyment of chocolate...
OK, maybe not the last one, but
pretty miserable symptoms.
There is much confusion regard-
ing menopause and what to do to
help manage it. Despite what
Suzanne Sommers says HRT (hor-
mone replacement therapy) may
not be the best course of action.
Natural HRT is a better choice
than synthetic hormones; but, nei-


Michael Visconti
A.R, N.P.
Natural Medicine


their the natural nor synthetic ver-
sions should be the first choice in
most cases.
Awareness is growing that all
the chemicals, pharmaceuticals
and perceptions of how women are
supposed to feel and act may not be
healthy for the proper aging
process to occur.
In peri-menopause and in


menopause the body starts to
become inconsistent in its produc-
tion of estrogen and progesterone
. until they are only produced at
very low levels. Menopausal symp-
toms may be explained by imbal-
ances in estrogen and progesterone
but other factors are often
involved.
Imbalances in other hormones
such as testosterone, thyroid hor-
mone, the adrenal hormones such
as DHEA and cortisol or improper
blood sugar regulation can mimic
"menopausal" symptoms.
In many cases, taking estrogen
or progesterone for those symp-
toms is like treating a headache
with ibuprophin, it may work but


you might not be getting at the real
cause.
As I- said before, HRT may be
necessary for some women but yqu
shouldn't necessarily start there.
First, lifestyle issues should be
addressed. Exercise, decreasing
stress, ensuring proper nutrition,
good sleep hygiene, improving
elimination of toxins and decreas-
ing self medication with caffeine,
chocolate, sugars and alcohol can
reduce or eliminate symptoms.
The next step would be homeop-
athy, acupuncture and herbal med-
icine. Any of these can address the
various causes of menopausal

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Friday, February 20, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B3


LSCC SOFTBALL ROSTER


# Name
1 Kristin Gaul
2 Lauren Harvey
3 Karmen Respicio
4 Megan Holm
5 Tiffany Chism
.6 Caitlin.Bloom
7 Ashley Hindes
8 Patricia Saldivar
9 Erin DiRobbio
10 Caitlin Griffis
11 Cortney Ross
13 Felicia Kohler
14 Katie Huggins
16 Brittany DiRobbio
1;7 Brittany Broughton
:f9 Dominique Smith
21 Brittany Hansen
22 Brazia Keys
:6 Leila Savage


Year Pos
So C


Hometown/High School
Clermont/ South Lake HS


OF/P Leesburg FL/ Leesburg HS
INF Rossville, GA/Lakeview Ft Oglethorpe HS


P
OF/C
INF
OF
INF
OF/INF


North Delta, B.C., Canada/ Sands Secondary
Polk City, FL/ Ridge Community HS
Orange Park, FL/ Fleming Island HS
Ocoee, FL/Ocoee HS
Immokalee, FL/ Immokalee HS
Oviedo, FL/ Oviedo HS


Fr INF Glen St. Mary, FL/ Baker County HS
Fr INF Suwannee, Fl/ Suwannee HS
Fr INF Leesburg, FL/ Leesburg HS
Fr C Oviedo, FL/Lake Howell HS
Fr OF Oviedo, FL/ Oviedo HS
Fr INF Jacksonville FL/ Bishop Snyder HS
So INF Ocoee, FL/Ocoee HS
Fr OF Baldwin, FL/ Baker County HS
So OF Orlando FL/Coloniel HS
Fr P St. Cloud, FL Harmony HS

Head Coach: Kelly Golden
Assistant Coach: Cathy Benedict
Assistant Coach: Amber Williams
Team Manager: Jessica Nunn
Athletic Director: Mike Matulia
Athletic Trainer: Jake Hart


LSCC SOFTBALL SCHEDULE


DATE OPPONENT


LOCATION


TIME


vs. Polk CC
vs. Brevard CC
vs. South Florida CC
at Indian River CC


LSCC
LSCC
LSCC
Fort Pierce


March


vs. Santa Fe CC*
at Hillsborough CC
vs. Seminole CC*
at Central Florida CC*
vs. Indian River CC
at FCCJ*
vs. St. Johns River CC*
at PHCCTournament
at Daytona State*
at Santa Fe CC*
vs. St. Petersburg CC


at Seminole CC*


LSCC
Plant City
LSCC
Ocala
LSCC
Jacksonville
LSCC


2:00
2:00
2:00
1:00

2:00
5:00
2:30
2:30
1:00
4:00
2:30


New Port Richey TBA
Daytona Beach 4:00
Gainesville 2:30


LSCC


April
Orlando


vs. Central Florida CC* LSCC
vs. FCCJ* LSCC
at St. Johns River CC* Palatka


vs. Daytona State*
at St. Petersburg CC
vs. Hillsborough CC


LSCC
St. Petersburg
LSCC


1:00

2:30
2:30
2:30
4:00
2:30
1:00
3:00


(1-9 record through Tuesday)
Remaining schedule
February


LSCC SOFTBALL
From B2


:runs charged to her was the
:lad runner placed on,sec-
i:nd base to begin extra
.thnings.
: After falling behind 2-1,
.I;SCC tied the game with a
*rph in fifth. Bloom reached
qon fielder's choice and
:advanced on a single by
l9armen Respicio.
* ominique Smith flied out
iand Lauren Harvey singled
*home Bloom, but Respicio
was picked off second
Harvey reached when she
drifted too far off the bag.
I"That was a situation
where Karmen was trying to
make something happen
when she didn't need to,"
.Golden said. "It was a men-
,tal mistake, but it happened
-because she was trying to
force a bad throw. It was
another situation where our
experiencee got us."
In the sixth, after Manatee
.(7-3) regained a one-run
.lead, LSCC responded with a
flying run when DiRobbio
singled, stole second anod
scored on a double to left by
'Keys.
LSCC gave themselves a
chance to win in the sev-
enth when Bloom opened
with bases on balls and
moved to second on a sacri-
fice by Respicio. Smith
grounded to short, forcing
Bloom to hold at second,
but she moved to third on


wild pitch.
Harvey, one of three
Lakers' with three hits,
struck out to end the rally.
In the eighth, Manatee
scored a pair of runs when
Randi Grimes reached on
fielder's choice and Aryn
Mullins singled. Grimes
scored on single to left by
Jessica Koontz and Mullins
scored the game winner on
the back end of a double
steal with Koontz.
LSCC added a run in the
home half of the eighth
when Harvey, the final bat-
ter of the seventh inning,
was placed at second. She
scored on a groundout by
Cortney Ross, but the Lakers
were unable to mount a
final charge.
"This was probably our.
best-hitting effort since we
beat Polk Community
College (2-0 on Feb. 3),"
Golden said. "We know we
have the ability to hit the
ball and now we've got to
improve our execution and
consistency. Those are
things that come with expe-
rience. I'd certainly like to
have more than one win
and we've played well
enough in spots to have
more than one win, but I
like how we're coming
together,
"Everyone is playing hard
and working hard. Nobody


is getting down on them-
selves. We are a better team
than we were a year and I
think that will be obvious by
the time the season begins
to wind down.
Many of the Lakers share
Golden's sentiments. Former
South Lake High School
Standout catcher Kristin
Gaul, a member of Golden's
first team last year, which
struggled to a 7-45 record,
said the team has shown a
different attitude since com-
ing together during fall prac-
tice.
Gaul said this year's team
is more united than last
year's group. She said every-
one wants to be part of the
program's rebirth and Gaul
feels it is only a matter of
time before that occurs.
"Coach Golden preaches
being a team and we've all
bought into that," Gaul said.
"We win as one and we lose
as. one. Nobody is responsi-
ble for winning a game or
losing a game by themselves.
We want to win for our
school and for our team-
mates.
"We're a.team, win or lose.
Before too long, because of
that attitude, I think we'll be
winning a lot more than los-
ing. I hope I'm here to be a
part of it, but even if I'm
not, I can be proud of the
fact that I was in the group


that help to turn this pro-
gram around."
Smith echoed Gaul's senti-
ments.
The sophomore shortstop,
a former Ocoee standout,
said the energy level in the
dugout before a game is
much higher this year than
it was last year. Especially
late in the season last year,
when she believes many of
the veterans were playing
out the season instead of
fully devoting themselves to
the team.
"We help each other out
now," Smith said. We're a
lot more cohesive and not a
bunch of\ small groups on
one team. We really meshed
during the fall and that has
carried over into this season.
We want to make a differ-
ence here and leave our
mark by helping to get this
program on a winning track.
That starts at the top with
pur coaching staff. They
make us believe we're-a big
part of this program.
"We're the group that's
getting this program headed
in the right direction. If we,
don't win this year, it may
happen next year. The thing
is, it's not longer a question
of if LSCC can win on the
softball field. It's a question
of when we'll win."


HUNSBERGER
From B2


the action of a professional athlete
determined to take what steps he could
to improve his performance.
What the pundits draw from
Rodriguez's use of steroids is that he
cheated the game. But since we know
that 103 other major leaguers tested
positive during that first pretestt" peri-
od, it's safe to say that A-Rod was hit-
ting against juiced hurlers which is
also to say that things have a way of
evening out.
Yet another brickbat being tossed


from the know-nothing section of the
bleachers is that A-Rod does not
deserve enshrinement in the Hall of
Fame when his career ends. After all,
they say, his records would have been
achieved on steroids. "At least add an
asterisk," goes the chant. And since the
baseball writers are the ones who deter-
mine which athletes are worthy of
induction, their opinion becomes a
self-fulfilling prophecy.
What baseball needs to understand,
and to teach, is that the steroid era is


just that an era. There's a 15-year
period during which many of baseball's
best used performance enhancing
drugs. Worse than that, there's no real
way to tell who used and who didn't.
So let's quell the nauseating quasi-
religious drumbeat of morality that
seeks to inform our discussions of
steroid use by professional athletes.
And if we can't quite manage to sep-
arate church and state in the real
world, let's at least keep religion out of
the dugout.


BOYKIN
From B2

to go to school and I told Kacy that it was a wonderful place
to grow into an adult," Wilbanks said. "I didn't need'to push
Kacy to go there. When she made her visits, the school took
care of that itself. All you have to do is walk around the cam,
pus and you walk away wanting to enroll there.
"There aren't a lot of schools that possess the kind of charm
and atmosphere that Warner University has and that is what
wins over so many prospective students."
For now, Boykin said she will continue working to become
a more complete player and maintain her academic standing
in the classroom. She wants to help the Eagles return to th6
Class 4A state tournament and prepare herself to compete at
the next level.
Gary said he has no doubt Boykin will become a solid col,
lege player.
"When Kacy tried out in September, shecertainly wasn't a
perfect player," Gary said. She listened to us, though, and
walked away from tryout a better than when she started work;-
ing out for us. If she can get a little better at every practice,
she's going to have a very nice career with us.
"It's all about effort and desire, and that is what Kacy is all
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symptoms. They are usually safe but you
should consult a quagfied healthcare practi-
tioner so you can find the treatment that is
best for you and will not cause interactions
with any health conditions or medications you
are taking.
Glandular preparations are next in the
hierarchy. They are actual animal glands
(without the hormones) that are used to
restore normal function of your glands in the
production of hormones.
After the glandulars, come hormone pre-
cursors or building blocks given to your body
so it can make its own hormones. If those
steps do not work, then natural HRT might be
in order.
Another point to look at is that the
tnenopausal .experience may well be a cultur-
al phenomenon. Studies of women in some
Eastern and Native cultures show the women
exhibit very few menopausal symptoms.
Women in these societies gain status and
power with menopause instead of being seen
as less important or Jess attractive as in many
western cultures. This could suggest psycho-
social stress may play a part the menopause
experience.
This is not to say that "it's all in your head",
but to offer another possible method of
addressing symptoms. Stress reduction tech-
niques have been shown to be effective in bal-
ancing hormones, decreasing symptoms of
i menopause and reducing risk factors of later


disease or illness.
All these things address not only the things
associated with menopausal symptoms but
also help your body go through the aging
process better.
As I've said before a healthy person "looks"
healthy, there is a vibrancy that being healthy
brings that defies or at least resists what
actual time does to the body.
It is this fact that will make women feel
like they were when they were younger, not
HRT.
How much of the feelings and benefits that
Suzanne Sommers attribute to HRT are
because she exercises, eats right, takes care of
her self, etc.
I've known women who are overweight,
who never met a piece of cake they didn't like,
who don't sleep, who don't get off the couch
that take bio-identical HRT and complain
that it doesn't work
There are many methods out there that
will assist in the management of menopausal
symptoms and that are made to make us
younger but, there is no "magic bullet" for
most of us.
Getting healthy is the path to health, it is
a cobblestone path with many pieces, not just
one. And, remember, it's all yours to make the
decisions about which direction the path goes
and how intact it is when you get to your des-
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GROVELAND Hayley
Padgett tossed a complete
game one hitter to lead South
Lake to a 10-0 .win against
Eustis.
The game was stopped
after five innings due to thd
10-run mercy rule.
Padgett had six strikeouts
to stifle the Panthers.
Offensively, the Eagles
were led by Chelsea
DeGuzman, who went 2-for-
3 with a triple, a run scored
and an RBI.. Frankie
Magliochetti went 3-for-3
with two runs scored and
Kaitlyn Wilbanks went 2-for-
4 with a triple, a run scored
and two RBIs.
Kalee Garner also con.
tribute for South Lake,
going 2-for-3 with a double
and a run scored.
South Lake (2,1) hosts
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B4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, February 20, 2009


Babies need attention, but not too much


Talking

With Tori

Tori
Kelley


DEAR TORI,


I have a three-month-old who is high main-
tenance. I want to secure that he has a good
self esteem, so I pick him up each time he
cries so he knows that he is loved. He usually
fusses unless we keep him moving, so I walk
around the house with him, providing him
with lots of stimuli to help his brain develop.
He is a very alert baby and I am trying to pro-
vide him with what he needs but there is lit-
tle time to do anything else. Could you please
.advise me? I want to be a good parent and
need reassurance that I am doing the right
thing.
Signed,
Baby Esteem
Dear Baby Esteem,
It is admirable that you are devoting so
much of your time and effort into the develop-
ment of your child's self-esteem, however I
would not advise.continuing in your current
method, which is actually creating the high
maintenance you describe.
In fact, after three months of life a person
has very important work to do that is no
longer solely based on survival. He must learn
about security, too.
When a baby cries even after it has had all
of its biological needs met, it is yearning for
attention. If given too little, they suffer. If:
given too much, they suffer.
Many parents wonder what the right,
amount is and ask, "Can you spoil a baby if
you hold it too much?"
After my studies and direct observations, I
would answer that question, "Absolutely, yes!"
A baby comes into the world much like an
animal in that it wants and needs with no
concern for others. Babies and animals pee
wherever and whenever an urge is felt.
Everyone accepts this at first, but this
behavior is not allowed to continue. High
schoolers are not permitted to relieve them-


selves in their pants during class; a responsi-
ble parent has taught them to exert self con-
trol and the proper disposal of bodily bi-prod-
ucts.
A newborn commits to the total pursuit of
getting its demands met; Freud described this
ego state as the "Id."
It is then the parent's job to teach this
'baby-animal' how to live in a society where
one must share, wait one's turn, be consider-
ate, and so on.
Freud called this voice, the "Super Ego".
When pure Id meets up with Super Ego, grow-
ing pains take place.
One doesn't want to wait for a turn, he
wants it now! The Id would come push all the
other kids off the swing so he could ride it all
day.
The superego (parent) says, "Jimmy was
here first; let him go in front of you." This cre-
ates a dilemma, learning to sacrifice ones'
immediate wants in order to fit into a cooper-
ative society.
To solve this problem, one develops an
"Ego." The ego is what allows us to make com-
promises by working out a problem to meet
our needs while still considering others,
Ego development takes many years to
Develop and some people still get caught in
their Ids.
An attentive parent will work diligently to
remind their child that they are not the only
person on the planet, even if the denial of
their immediate desire is followed by many
loud tears.
In fact, those tears are a wonderful sign of
growth, for after some initial tearful protest, a
person now has the opportunity to learn their
own self soothing techniques.
Imagine, as an adult, if every time you
were upset, you could not make yourself feel
okay again, .until you were picked up by your
mother. Talk about a decrease in productivity
at the workplace if that were the case for us
all!
A crying baby left to his own devices discov-
ers ways to cope. They soothe themselves with
'babbling, thumb or hand sucking and taking
in their surroundings.
As we age, we develop more sophisticated
coping and stress management skills like hob-
bies, taking deep breaths, talking it out, look-
ing at the positives instead of focusing on the
negatives and so on.
Your baby needs to begin learning how to
cope without you, which will build his sense of
confidence in himself. If you show him that he


can be alone for a while, and that you will
come back to him later, he will make the con-
nection that he was safe by himself and you
have not left him forever.
At first he doesn't believe that he will be
okay by himself, so he cries, he is not sure you
know what you are doing and may wonder if
you will ever return, he starts out with zero
self confidence.
You help him build security, by letting him
experience being alone and then seeing that
you always come back and he will recognize
that nothing bad happened to him, so maybe
its okay to be alone and I can trust that my
parent would not leave me in danger.
To build his security endurance, leave .him
alone to cry it out. Once he is quiet, give him
10 minutes of alone time while he figures out
where his thumb is.
After 10 minutes of calmness, go to him and
reassure him. Gradually increase his alone
time by five minutes each day until he can be
alone for a couple of hours.
Remember that alone time is different from
nap time, in that it is time alert and awake
where he can get to work developing his cop-
ing skills.
He may cope by falling asleep, but after he
reaches his goal of 10 or such minutes wake
him up with a warm, soothing voice so he can
make the connection that he was alone and is
still okay.
You are also teaching him that he does not
control you, the parent controls the child. If he
learns he can make you jump every time he
fusses, you will create a fussy child, for who
doesn't love attention!
Babies were never meant to be the CEO's
of anything, for the company would surely
become bankrupt! It is much better that he be
held because he fits into the cooperative
schedule of the household, rather than him
running the show.
To submit an anonymous question, go to
www. CentralFloridaMentalHealth. co and
click the "Talking with Tori" icon. Tori Kelley,
Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist practicing
in Clermont. The contents of this column are
for informational purposes only and are not
meant to be used as a substitute for profession-
al therapy.
Tori Kelley, Ph.D., LMHC, Owner, Central
Florida Mental Health, Inc., 221 N Hwy 27,
Suite B, Clermont. Tel. 536-2364, fax. 536-
2370 www.centralfloridamentalhealth.com


FOUR
From A1


men were tortured in the basement of the
county courthouse in Tavares to force a
confession out of them, Corsair said.
Shepherd and Greenlee reluctantly con-,
fessed to the crime, but Irvin, the smallest
of the three, never confessed, he said.
The three men were convicted by an all-
white jury. Shepherd and Irvin were sen-
tenced to death, while Greenlee, who was
only 16, was sentenced to life in prison.
Defense attorneys appealed, and the con-
victions of Shepherd and Irvin were unani-
mously overturned by the U.S. Supreme
Court. The men would face a new trial.
Greenlee's defense did not appeal, fearing a
death sentence.
In 1951, McCall had to transport Irvin
and Shepherd from the state prison in
Raiford to Tavares for their new trial.
But on the way things went horribly
wrong.
McCall had to stop to change a flat tire.
McCall and Irvin would differ on the fol-
lowing account. While McCall said he shot
Irvin and Shepherd in self defense, Irvin
said McCall shot them in cold blood.
Shepherd died with a gunshot to the head,
while Irvin was shot in the neck.
The FBI investigated the shooting but
never indicted McCall.
Irvin's trial was moved to Marion County
where he was tried, convicted and sen-
tenced to death. His death sentence was
commuted by Gov. LeRoy Collins in 1956
to life imprisonment.
Irvin was paroled in 1968, moved to
Miami and died of a heart attack in 1970.
Greenlee was paroled in 1962 and moved
out of state out of fear that he would be
tried, again, Corsair said.
Greenlee went on to be a successful busi-
nessman, Corsair said, pointing out he had
the character to put the past behind and
move on.
McCall was indicted on murder charges
in 1972 for kicking a black prisoner to
death, but he was not convicted.
Shortly after the grand jury trial, Gov.
Reubin Askew removed McCall from the
sheriff's office after serving for 28 years.
Some students were moved by the coun-
ty's racial past.
Chase Adams, 17, a junior and Groveland
resident, said Corsair's presentation was
very insightful.


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Friday, February 20, 2009 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B5


LEISURE TIPS


SPORTS CALENDAR


B.B. Brown's Gardens in
Clermont is now accepting
applications for the Spring
National Wildlife Federation
Habitat Stewards Training
scheduled for Saturday,
Sunday and Monday, Mar. 7
- 9. This extensive 3 day
program, hosted by Bruce
and Cathy Brown, with cer-
tified National Wildlife
Federation trainers, will fea-
ture in-class training, field
studies, workshops and pre-
sentations by leading
experts in the areas of native
plants, bird studies, butterfly
habitat, endangered plant
species, creating "Green"
communities, and restoring
wildlife habitat in our back-
yards, neighborhoods and
towns.
During the past eight
years, over 160 Habitat
Stewards have been actively
involved in Central Florida's
beautification and wildlife
preservation. Their efforts
include the design and
installation of habitat gar-
dens at Lake Louisa State
Park, Centre for Women's
Health at South Lake
Hospital, Lost Lake
Elementary School,
Clermont's Veteran's
Memorial on Lake
Minneola, Lake County
Welcome Center, Florida
Scrub-Jay Trail, Building
Blocks Learning Center and
the Clermont Post Office.
The training is free; how-
ever, the cost for training
materials and meals, includ-
ing the opening reception, is
$95. Class size is limited and
pre-registration is required
by calling 429-5566 or e-
mail
bbbrowns@earthlink.net
-- The Clermont Garden
Club Library is scheduled to
re-open from 9 a.m. to noon
on Monday, Mar. 2 and
every Monday until June.
The Club librarian, Greta
Kennen, will be on hand to
help with research and ques-
tions on Horticulture. The
Garden Club library is locat-
ed.in the Mildred Amateis
darden Center, 849 West
Ave.,Clermont.
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has scheduled "Cater to
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of Love", a Carribean-
American party, from 10
p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday, Feb.
21 at the MK Dream Center,
301 S. Tubb St., Clermont.
For more information, call
552-4321.
-- Beginner Line Dance &
Intermediate Line Dance
classes began on
Wednesday and run for five
more weeks in the Minneola
City Hall Gym. Beginner
Class time is from 10 -
11:30 a.m. and Intermediate
Class time is 1 2:30 p.m.
Fee for the session is $30
and the instructor is Nancy
McDavid. To register, call
394-3598 ext.227.
-- The Kings Ridge
Singers, "The Royalaires", is
searching for a Music
Director and Accompanist
for the choral group.
Rehearsals are from 10:30
a.m. to noon every Friday at
the Kings Ridge Clubhouse.
For more information, call
Jean Hector at 243-3925.
The Downtown
Clermont Farmer's Market
now has new hours, the
Market is scheduled from 9
a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday
along W. Montrose St., his-
toric downtown Clermont.
Shop the many vendors for
produce, plants, flowers,
cooked and prepared special-
ty fpods. If you are interest-
ed in becoming a vendor at
the Market, call Cheryl
Fishel at 394-8618.
The'"KARAOKE MAS-
- TER" 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 trophies to
be awarded at that time. The
is the third year that the
contest has been held in
conjunction with the popu-
lar annual festival. The
event is-a production of
Smooth Musical
Entertainment owned by
Clermont resident and busi-


nessman, Mike Madawi. For
more information, call Mike
Madawi at 267-0044 or go to
www.smoothme.com
The South Lake Art
League's Photography Show
is now open from 10 a.m. to
noon Sunday to Wednesday
and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
on Thursday and Friday at
the League's Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont. For
more information, call
Shirley Sojourner at 394-
7338 or go online to south-
lakeartleague.com
Moonlight Players
Productions:
"Biloxi Blues" Mar. 13 to
Apr. 12.
"Li'l Abner" May 8 to
June 7.
The South Lake Art
League has scheduled a vari-
ety of Art Classes for this
season 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 reg-
istration fee is $30 with an
additional $10 for supplies
or you may bring your own.
,ACRYLIC PAINTING -
Monday call Bob Panzini at
242-5388
BEADING & JEWELRY -
Tuesday call Lorna Fleming
at 394-6648
ACRYLIC PAINTING -
Wednesday Call Kathie
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
Kathie Camara at 241-6407
ONGOING
Lake Couhty Art
Center, LLC's Club Moulin
Mystere: 7-11p.m., Saturdays
for those who enjoy the
unexpected and love a good
mystery. Evenings of sur-
prise artistic performances
by local artists, comedians,
dancers, and musicians.
Entry is reserved for age 21
and over.


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 Point Recreation Facility ramp
and is open to all entrants. This will be a
team tournament with a $125 Team
Registration Fee. There will be a $1,000 cash
prize guaranteed for 1st place. For more
information, call Ryan Langley at 407-616-
5295 or email
southlakefootball@hotmail.com
-- Attention all Golfers: the American
Lung Association is offering the 2009 Golf
Privilege Card, which provides discounts at
over 600 courses in nine states in the
Southeast, including Florida. In addition,
the card now includes over 150 courses in
Virginia, and 100 courses in North Carolina.
A great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's
Day or Father's Day, the cost is $15 for each
card. Purchase three cards and the fourth
card is free. .
All proceeds from the sale of the Golf
Privilege Card will help the American Lung
Association fight lung disease. Call 1- 800-
586-4872 or go to www.golfprivilegecard.org
Minneola Recreation Department has
planned a Spring Hockey League in the City
of Minneola Gymnasium for boys & girls
ages 6 15. All practice and games will be
on Monday or Tuesday nights beginning in
late February, depending on number of
teams. All players will be required to wear
protective equipment including helmet with
face guard. Running is involved but no skat-
ing skills are required Come learn hockey
skills, teamwork and have fun in an air-con-
ditioned environment.
Fee for the league is $40 for Minneola res-
idents and& $50 for non-residents.
Registration deadline is Feb. 19 or until pro-
gram is full. Age by March 3, 2009 will


determine playing age and age divisions will
be determined by number and age of regis-
trants. 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 from 7:45 9
a.m. on Thurs. and Fri. No registration nec-
essary and the cost is free. For more infor- 2
mation, call the Minneola Recreation
Department at 394-3598, ext. 229.
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 tra-
ditional "floor" aerobics for all fitness levels,
followed by a muscle strength/toning seg-
ment, as well as stabilization exercises that
target the body's core muscles. Each partici-
pant will be able to customize their own
workout. Instructor is Lee O'Donnell, certi-
fied fitness professional and 15 year fitness
industry veteran. Fee for the class is $85 for
Minneola residents and $95 for non-resi-
dents. To register, call 394-3598 ext. 227.
Space is limited.
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
residents, $35 for non-residents per month
plus a one time registration fee that includes
a t-shirt. Coach Kristi Carver, who has been
twirling in the central Florida area since
1984, will be the instructor. For more infor-
mation and to register, call 407 637-6474.
To update, delete or add items in this column, e-mail
peggyrasor@dailycommercial or fax to 394-8001.


SCHOOL CALENDAR


-- The East Ridge High.School Band
Boosters have scheduled a Flea Market at 6
a.m. Saturday on the East Ridge High
School Football Field. 15 x 15 spaces are
available for $30 for all vendors.
Admission will be a donationo. For more
information, call Crystal Lee at 874-5942 or
Shirley Douglas at 243-6000.
The regular School Board of Lake
County Meeting is scheduled at 6 p.m.
Monday in the Commission Chambers,
Lake County Administration Building, 315
West Main St., Tavares.
East Ridge Middle School Advisory
Council has scheduled a meeting at 5 p.m.
Tuesday in the Media Center, 13201


Excalibur Rd., Clermont.
-- Minneola Elementary School's Charter
Board will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday
in the Media Center, 320 East Pearl St.,
Minneola.
-- Grassy Lake.Elementary Parent Teacher
Organization's general meeting is sched-
uled at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the school
cafeteria. Following the meeting, the
school's Chorus. Will perform a Patriotic
Concert. The public is invited to attend.
-- Montverde Academy has scheduled
The Sunshine State Choral Festival at 5:45
p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27 in the auditorium
of the Sandra 0. Stephens Fine Arts
Building. Admission is free.


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CLUB NOTES


-- Hibiscus Circle of the
Clermont Garden Club have
scheduled a meeting at 9:30
a.m. on Wed. for a field trip
to Bourlay Historic Nature
Park with lunch at Simon
Seed & Farm Garden Center.
-- Sandspur Circle of the
Clermont Garden Club have
scheduled a meeting at 9:45
a.m. on Tuesday for a field
trip to the Biosphere in
Winer Garden with lunch at
MiMis Cafe in the Fowlers
Grove area of Winder
Garden.
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 boxnotbox@embarq-
mail.comn
"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, at
Sanctuary Ridge Golf
Club,2601 Diamond Club
Dr. Clermont. The program
will be by inspirational
speaker, Maria Goodsell
with a special feature pre-
sented by Steve Smith. The
luncheon will be $14 per
person and reservations are
required. For more infor-
mation or reservations, call
Janice Bell at 407-469-4511.
Everyone is welcome to
attend.
RESULTS
Winners of Monday Night
Bridge at the Clermont
Recreation Club in the
Iehlor Building for Feb. 9
were: 1st place, George
Snyder; 2nd place, Cathie
Ressler; 3rd place, Brad
Scott. All intermediate level
bridge players are welcome.
Call 394-5803 for additional
information. Play begins at
7 p.m.
. :ONGOING
Moms Club for
i information, call 536-1219.
S-- Clermont Shuffleboard
Club -21 p.m., Tuesdays and
lridays, Kehlor Park, corner
6f Fifth St. & Minneola,
Clermont. Call 242-9755 or
394-6597; ;
; Alpha Delta Kappa
Sorority, call 243-9310.
TUESDAY
-- MOPS 4 9:30 a.m. -
first and third Tuesday, Sept.
tp May Real Life Christian
Church's Edge
Auditorium/Multi-purpose
Room. Brunch will be
served childcare is provid-
ed. For more information,
rniopsatreallife@yahoo.com
-- GREEN THUMB CIR-
CLE, Clermont Garden Club
- 9:30 a.m. second Tuesday
- Clermont Garden Center,
849 West Ave.
-- SANDSPURS CIRCLE,
Clermont Garden Club -
9:45 a.m. third Tuesday -
Clermont Garden Center,
849 West Ave. ,
-- TOASTMASTERS CLUB
#2423 6:30 p.m. every
Tuesday Bank First, 1000 E
Hwy 50. Call-242-0234 or e-
mail brdearmond@aol.com
-- HADASSAH GROUP -
noon to 1:30 p.m. second
Tuesday Legends Country
Club restaurant, 1700
Legendary Blvd. Call 243-
5750
-- COOPER MEMORIAL
LIBRARY BOOK CLUB 6:45
Sp.m. third Tuesday 821


Minneola St.
-- AMERICAN LEGION
POST 55 7 p.m. third
Tuesday 1063 DeSoto St.
Call 394-4472
-- COMMUNITY LEADS
AND NEEDS 7:30 a.m. -
third Tuesday Fairfield Inn.
Call 255-7174
-- BUSINESS & PROFES-
SIONAL WOMEN OF
SOUTH LAKE 6 to 8 p.m. -
first Tuesday Buffalo's
Southwest Grill
-- SISTERS OF SOUND 7
p.m. every Tuesday -
Community Foundation
Bldg, 2150 Oakley Seaver
Blvd. New members wel-
come. Call 321-276-3123 or
e-mail widiangel@aol.com
-- VOCAL EXPRESS 7:30
p.m. every Tuesday -
Jenkins Auditorium, 691 W.
Montrose St. Call 394-3173
-- SOUTH LAKE ROTARY
CLUB -7 a.m. every
Tuesday Fairfield Inn,
across from South Lake
Hospital
-- KIWANIS OF CLER-
MONT 11:30 a.m. every
Tuesday Sanctuary Ridge
Golf Club, 2601 Diamond
Blvd.
.-- CLERMONT TOPS 464
- 7 p.m. every Tuesday -
Weigh-ins at 5:45 to 6:45
p.m. Oak Park Assisted
Living, 650 Minnehaha Ave.
Call 429-2971 or 241-8227
-- SOUTH LAKE MOOSE
LODGE BINGO 7 p.m.
every Tuesday 17355 N US
Hwy 27. Call 394-5936
-- CLERMONT WOMEN'S
CLUB 1 p.m. first
Tuesday Women's
Clubhouse, 655 Broome St.
(Board meeting 10 a.m.)
Call 243-3640
-- SOUTH LAKE BASS
ANGLERS CLUB 6:30 p.m.
- second Tuesday Holiday
Inn Express. Call 396-6381
WEDNESDAY I
-- HIBISCUS CIRCLE,
Clermont Garden Club -
9:30 a.m. second
Wednesday Clermont
Garden Center, 849 West
/Ave..
-- KINGS RIDGE MASON-
IC CLUB 8:30 a.m. sec-
ond Wednesday Perkins
Restaurant, Hwy 50 &
Citrus Tower Blvd. Call 243-
0010
-- COMPUTER USER'S
GROUP 1 p.m. third
Wednesday Cooper
Memorial Library. Visit
rootsweb.com/~-flpslc/index.
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-- WRITERS SUPPORT
GROUP OF COOPER
LIBRARY 1 p.m. second
and fourth Wednesdays -
821 West Minneola St.
-- AARP, LAKES AND
HILLS CHAPTER 5199 -
noon first Wednesday -
Kehlor Bldg, Minneola and
Fifth. Call 242-0314 or e-
mail dwclermont2@aol.com
-- SOUTH LAKE
PHILOSOPHERS CLUB -
6:30 p.m. second and
fourth Wednesdays Kehlor
Bldg, Minneola and Fifth.
Call 242-2333
-- KOREAN VETERANS
OF SOUTH LAKE COUNTY,
CHAPTER 188 1 p.m. -
third Wednesday James
White Center, Groveland.
Call 863-609-5112 or 243-
3257
THURSDAY
-- HUMMINGBIRD CIR-
CLE, Clermont Garden Club
9:30 a.m. second
Thursday Clermont
Garden Center, 849 West
Ave.
-- THE BELL CLUB -
10:45 a.m. second Tuesday


- Christian Life Center of
First Baptist Church of
Clermont. Call 394-3347
-- KIWANIS OF MINNEO-
LA 5 p.m. every Thursday -
All Care Animal Hospital,
504 S US Hwy 27, Minneola
-- SOUTH LAKE,ARTS
LEAGUE POETS 10 a.m. -
first Thursday from Sept. to
May Arts League Gallery,
776 Montrose St.
-- CHESS CLUB 6 to 11
p.m. every Thursday -
Kehlor Bldg, corner
Minneola and Fifth. Call
242-9697
-- WRITERS' GROUP 7
to 8:30 p.m. first and third
Thursday Baysinger
County Library, 756 West
Broad St., Groveland. Call
429-5840
-- BETA THETA CHAPTER
OF ESA second Thursday,
social gathering fourth
Saturday
-- MARINE CORPS
LEAGUE, South Lake
Detachment 1120 7 p.m. -
third Thursday American
Legion Hall, 1063 DeSoto
St. Call 407-721-3530
-- CLERMONT/MINI1EO-
LA LIONS noon every
Thursday Sanctuary Ridge
Golf Clubhouse. Call 394-
3026 -
-- SOUTH LAKE KIWANIS
- 7:30 a.m. every Thursday
- Sanctuary Ridge Golf
Clubhouse. Call 407-469-
2487
-- BUSINESS MASTERS
EXCHANGE CLUB 11:30
a.m. every Thursday -
Sanctuary Ridge Golf
Clubhouse.
-- PASTFINDERS OF
SOUTH LAKE COUNTY -
7:15 p.m. second Thursday
- Cooper Memorial Library,
821 W. Minneola St. Call
394-6279
-- GROVELAND/MAS-
COTTE LIONS CLUB 7
p.m. second and fourth
Thursday Groveland
Senior Center, 142 E Mill
St., Groveland. Call 429-
1133
-- GROVELAND MASON-
IC LODGE #190 F & A.M. -
7:30 p.m. second and fourth
Thursday 320 Jim Payne
Rd., Groveland
SATURDAY
South Lake Arts
League, Artist 1 p.m. first
Saturday, South Lake Arts
League Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont.


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and Intent to sell.
these vehicles on'
03/05/2009, 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.

1993 FORD
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No.00138287
Feb.20,2009

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
03/04/2009, 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.

1994 TOYOTA
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No.00138281
Feb.20,2009

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE:
SOUTH LAKE TOWING, INC.
gives Notice of-Foreclosure
of Lien and intent to sell
these vehicles on
03/06/2009, 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.

1995 CHEVROLET
1GNCS13W4SK171555

No.00138292
Feb.20,2009

BA CARP




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008 Legal
Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE

UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOWING
VEHICLES) WILL BE SOLD
FOR CHARGES DUE ON:

MARCH 06#2009
AT 8:30 AM

1995 GMC
1GDEL19W7SB511752

1988 PONTIAC
1G2FW2185JL225088

THE ADDRESS WHERE THE
VEHICLES ARE STORED:
REVIS TOWING &
RECOVERY OF
GROVELAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736

No:00138477
February 20, 2009

14 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

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
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 01
LAKE COUNTYFLORIDA

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


008 Legal
Notices
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 Cirtcult Court,
LAKE County
P 0 Box 7800
TAVARES, FL 32778-7800

By: I/s/W. Tillman
As Deputy Clerk

No:00133233'
Jan. 23, 30, Feb.6 & 13
2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC1651

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MERAV AVNI, et al
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

Count 10-MAGDA 0
MORAlS AND SCOTT R.
MAGOWN

NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure In
the captioned matter dated
January 30, 2009,1 will sell
to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main' Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described property
Timeshare Period Week (E)
15 Condominium Unit No.
501302 of SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I according
to the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 2172, Page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:

Dated February 5,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/A. Silhavy
Deputy Clerk

Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712


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Notices
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff

Ad No: 00136500
Feb.1f3 & 20, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND. FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4259

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELIZABETH BELTRAN
BURGOS, et al
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure In
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are In THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded' n Official Records
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida,- as
amended:

Count 1 -ELIZABETH
BELTRAN BURGOS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)36 In Condominium Unit
No.104307

Count 4-CINDY A.
BENDAVID AND ELIE S.
BENDAVID
Timeshare Period Week
(0)38 in Condominium Unit
No.103306

Count 4-PIERRE J.
BOUTHILLER
Timeshare Period Week
(E)17 in Condominium Unit
No. 103108

Count 5-JOHN EDWARD
CARROLL JR.
Timeshare Period Week
(E)15 In Condominium Unit
No.103305
Count 6-MIGUEL R.
CASTELLANO RODRIGUEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(0)35 in Condominium Unit
No.103307

Count 7-NEVIN KALE
GENTRY AND MARY A
GENTRY


008 Legal
Notices
Timeshare Period Week
(E)43 in Condominium Unit
No.107208

Count 10-JENNIFER ANN
MYERS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)38 In Condominium Unit
No.103304

Count 11-SCOTT H. PRICE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)21 In Condominium Unit
No. 104105

Count 12-ORLANDO JUSTIN
REYNOLD BRADBA AND
EMMA RICI MARTINEZ
MILAN
Timeshare Period Week
(E)30 in Condominium- Unit
No.103306

Count 13- OLGA
MERCEDES RIVERA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)1 In Condominium Unit
No.103208

COUNT 14-FRANK
SIMPSON JR AND MARIE E.
SIMPSON
TImeshare Period Week
(E)31 In Condominium Unit
No.105206

Count 15-WENDY WATERS
WILSON
Timeshare Period Week
(E)34 in Condominium Unit
No.103207

Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/ A.Silhavy
Deputy Clerk

Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff

Ad No:00136281 '
Feb.13 & 20,2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4263

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LYNNE DANIELS CAUDILL,
et al
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the


008 Legal
Notices

Lake County judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are In THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:

Count 1-LYNNE DANIELS
CAUDILL
Timeshare Period Week
(0)30 in Condominium Unit
No.104308

Count 2-REYES CECILIANO
HIDALGO AND SAIRIS
CECILIANO HIDALGO
Timeshare Period Week
(0)15 In Condominium Unit
No. 104201

Count 3-MICHAEL JOHN
COMBS AND VIRGINIA K.
COMBS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)41 In Condominium Unit
No.103102

Count 4-RAYMOND
EDWARD CONNER JR.
Timeshare Period Week (E)1
in Condominium Unit No.
105307

Count 5-CARL L. COPEN
AND MARTA A. COPEN
Timeshare Period Week (E)1
in Condominium Unit No.
107106

Count 7-VALENCIA RENITA
GOMILLION
Timeshare Period Week
(E)37 in Condominium Unit
No.103303.

Count 8-FERNANDO
FERNANDEZ GONZALEZ
Timeshare, Period Week
(0)7 In Condominium Unit
No. 103205

Count "9-CHRISTOPHER
DAVID GOODMAN AND
MELISSA ANNE GOODMAN.
Timeshare Period Week
(0)30 in Condominium Unit
No. 103101

Count 10-KENYOND
TYLANDER GRANT
Timeshare Period Week
(0)3 in Condominium Unit
No.104307

Count 11-MIGUEL
GUTIERREZ
Timeshare Period Week
(0)2 in Condominium Unit
No.103102
Count 12-PAULINO
HERNANDEZ PEREZ AND
MYRIAM A. HERNANDEZ
VELAZQUEZ


008 Legal
Notices
Timeshare Period Week
(W)36 in Condominium Unit
No.105102

Count 13-DARLENE
HOFFMAN AND KURT
FREDRICK HOFFMAN
Timeshare *Period Week
.(W)23 In Condominium Unit
No.105205

Count 14-MARIA CORTES
LAMADRID AND LUIS
'ALBERTO ESPINOSA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)4 In Condominium Unit
No.103204

Count 15-HANG THI THU LE
AND QUYNH H VU
Timeshare Period Week
(E)50 in Condominium Unit
No. 107308

Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: I/s/A. SIIhavy
Deputy Clerk

Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff

Ad No: 00136360
Feb.13 & 20, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC4264

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
TONYA RENEE LESTER, et al
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
November 25, 2008, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March
5,2009 the following-
described properties, all of
which are in THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 1897, Page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended:

Count 1-TONYA RENEE
LESTER
Timeshare Period Week


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Notices
(0)45 In Condominium Unit
No.105105

Count 2-JOHNNIE B.
MATHIS
Timreshare Period Week (E)8
in Condominium Unit No.
103306

Count 3-JOSE R.
MIRANDA PINEDA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)34 In Condominium Unit
No. 104101

Count 4-HORACIO ALVAREZ
MONSIVAIS, RAMIRO
ARGELIO GUAJARDO AND
ADOLIO PENA
BUSTAMANTE.
Timeshare Period Week
(W)6 in Condominium Unit
No.. 104205

Count 5-JOSE GALDINO
MORIN TORTOLERO AND
NORKA VI HERNANDEZ DE
PIZARRO
Timeshare Period Week
(0)32 In Condominium Unit
No. 105210

Count 6-PAMELA LYNN
PAYNE '
Timeshare Period Week
(E)32 In Condominium Unit
No.103303

Count 8-WALTER R.
SANCHEZTORRES
Timeshare Period Week
(E)52 In Condominium Unit
No. 105210

Count 9-GARRETT J
SANDERS
Timeshare Period Week
(E)33 In Condominium Unit
No.106202

Count 10-CATHERINE
VARGAS LOPEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(E)31 in Condominium Unit
No.105101

Count 11-NYGEL PAUL
WILLIAMS AND PAMELA
CEDENO
Timeshare Period Week
(E)17 in Condominium Unit
No.104308

Dated February 2,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/A. Silhavy
Deputy Clerk

Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff

Ad No: 00136384
Feb. 13 & 20, 2009

Uh Mj


008 Legal
Notices

IN TIE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA "
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5915

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSE ISAIAS ESTRELLA, et
al
Defendants)

NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN, that
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
February 11, 2009, I will
sell to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March 17,
2009 the following-
described property, all of
which are SUMMER ISLES
CONDOMINIUM I, according
to the Declaration of
Condominium thereof
recorded In Official Records
Book 2172, page 2336,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1-JOSE ISAIAS
ESTRELLA Timeshare Period
Week (E)3 in Condominium
Unit No. 402303

Count 2-FREDERICK S.
HERRICK Timeshare Period
Week (W)15 in'
Condominium Unit No.
404204

Count 3-ANN ELIZABETH
HULME Timeshare Period
Week (0)31 In
Condominium Unit No.
408301

Count 4-PEDRO PABLO
LEZCANO VILAR AND
IVONNE CABANAS
Timeshare Period Week (E)
10 in Condominium Unit No.
402205

Count 5-LUIS EDUARDO
MONTOYA MANOZCA,
NANCY ESCOBAR
DOMINGUEZ AND JULIAN
DAVID MONTOYA ESCOBAR
Timeshare Period Week
(0)14 in Condominium Unit
No.404305

Count 6-JAMILETH C
MORALES AND MANUEL E
MORALES Timeshare Period
Week (0)27 In
Condominium Unit No
501307


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Notices-
Count 7-CARLOS A ORTIZ
RAMIREZ AND EDWIN R
CUEBAS CANCEL
Timeshare Period Week
(W)15 In Condominium Unit
No. 501207

Count 8-MIGUEL E.
PERALTA :ESTRELLA AND
INDIRA ISABEL HIRUJO
GARCIA Timeshare Period
Week (W)17 In
Condominium Unit .No,
404103

Count 9-GIOVANNI ROSADO
AND 'TRACY .DEION
ROSADO Timeshare Period
Week (0) 19 In
Condominium Unit No.
402401

Dated February 13,2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court*
By: /s/Y. Jiang
Deputy Clerk

Paul M. Caidwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120009.
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff.

Ad No: 00138303
Feb.20 & 27, 2009 "

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE. COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION.
Case No.: 08CC5916

SUMMER BAY
PARTNERSHIP, a Florida
General partnership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JORGE R. AGUILAR, et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANTTO F.S.
CHAPTER 45

NOTICE IS GIVEN, thal
pursuant to a Final
Judgment of Foreclosure in
the captioned matter dated
February 04, 2009, I will
sell to the highest bidder tof
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street,
Tavares, FL 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on March 12,
2009 the following-
described property, all of
which are THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of
Condominlm thereof
recorded In Official Records
Book 1897, page 1089,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.

Count 1-JORGE R. AGUILAR
Timeshare Period Week
(0)22 In Condominium Unit


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Notices
No.105112
Count 2-RENARD JAMES
ALEXANDER Timeshare
Period Week (E)23 In
Condominium Unit No.
105311
Count 3-TONYA LYNN
ALLEN AND CRAIG LAURI
SALO Timeshare Period
Week (0)36 In
Condominium Unit No.
105306
Count 4-LUIS G.
AMBRIOSIO Timeshare
Period Week (W) 46 In
Cohdominium Unit No.
104201
Count 5-ALEJANDRO
BARJAS LUGO Timeshare
Period Week (0)37 In
Condominium Unit No.
104104
Count 6-RONALD EDWARD
BROXTON AND SARA ANN
LANE Timeshare Period
Week (E)29 In
Condominium Unit No
103201
Count 7-DAISY BUSTIO
Timeshare Period Week
(E)51 In Condominium Unit
No.103107

Count 8-CHRISTINE A.
CARROLL AND TERRI A.
HOLCOMBE Timeshare
Period Week (0)39 in
Condominium Unit No.
105312
Count 9-VERNON S.
CREARY Timeshare Period
Week (0) 42 In
Condominium Unit No.
106301
Count 10-JOSE R.
ECHEANDIA AND FELICITA
ESPADA Timeshare Period
Week (E) 26 In
Condominium Unit No.
106302
Count 11- ARGYRO
GIAKOUMI Timeshare Period
Week (0) 18 In
Condominium Unit No.
103106
Count 12- JOHN W
HANDLE AND LILA T,
HANDLEY Timeshare Period
Week (0)3 In Condominium
Unit No, 105101
Count 13-RONALO DUBLIN
HOFF AND GBARTIE DENISE
HOFF Timeshare Period
Week (E) 4 In Condominium
Unit No, 103202
Count 14-LUCY A PONS
FIGUEROA Timeshare Period
Week (E) 12 In
Condominium Unit No,.
1031065
Dated February 6, 2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
Byys'Y Jang
Deputy Cier "
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No: 00138491
Feb.20 & 27, 2009




A100
Announcement


108 Found
DOG, small, white &
brown, No collar,
Please call 352-589-
7075

108 Personals
ATTRACTIVE SWF 48,
looking for SWM
w/high morals &
values for long term
relationship for
normal loving, caring
life. Age not
Important. No
drinking & smoking.
Godly only. Call 352-
454-8934
MAlE seeks an Activity
Partner & friend to
share sports, &
outdoor activities.
352-205-6490
SWM looking for country
lady, 50-65, likes to
travel in summer
time. 352-793-4148

184 Cemetery

Lots/Crypts
CRYPT Two-person at
HllIIcrest Memorial
Gardens, Leesburg,
$7,500.787-7573

100 Schools/
Instruction

Lake Harris
Health Center At.AnSp.
BE A CNA."
In lees than 40 hours,
Classes Forming Now
In Your Area.
Cost Is $300 plus
State examination fee,
Please call:
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-9757


160 Schools/
Instruction
HIGH SCHOOL
DIPLOMAT Fast
Affordable &
Accredited FREE
Brochure. Call NOW!
1-800-532-6546 x
412
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emy.com




200
At Your
Service



248
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ds










245 Financial
IRS TAX PROBLEMS?
FREE Consultation if
you owe 10K+ Settle
for Less-Eliminate
Penalties, Interest
Charges & Tax Liens
1-800-383-5270




300
Financial



810 Business
For Sale
LADIES FITNESS
CENTER 250-
members. $59,000,
Call 352-978-0153

820 Loans

BILLS GOT YOU
DOWN?
Need a loan to get you
up? We Can Help
1-888-212-6187
All Credit Welcome
Fast Approval

390 MIsc
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Advances on Injury
cases-within 24/hrs,
Owe nothing If you
lose your case APPLY
FREE CALL NOW 1-
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400
Employment



405
Professional
















c IR lANfAGEN
mmedlate openings for
FT & PT. Must pass
criminal & driver check.
Call Director's cell 352-
267-8697
SEASONED REAL
ESTATE INVESTOR
needs fund raiser to
find private 1st lien
mortgage money to
buy foreclosed houses.
Call Cindy:
352-669-2253

410 Sales


AUTOMOTIVE SALES
Full TIme
Exp. preferred but will
train. Great Team!
Benefits, Medical
and 401K.
Plaza ULincoln Mercury
Call Cory or Mark-
352-787-1255







1101iINd!$1 1*


410 Sales




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SALES PROFESSIONAL
needed for growing
multi-media company
We are seeking a self-
motivated, goal
oriented person to take
over an established
sales territory.
Candidate will have
great communication
skills, customer service
skills and
organizational skills.
Sales experience a
plus. Own
transportation
required, Candidate
will be required to call
on new businesses
and maintain
established accounts,
Position offers base
salary plus
commission, mileage,
paid time off, health
Insurance, 401k and
more,
Send reply
Attn,: Box 239
to PO Box 490007
Leesburg, FL,
34749-0007
EOE

420 Customer
Service
Employment

I ANSPOR1AIION UiH
Experience
w/refrigerated vans. &
flat beds. 5yrs exp,
desired. E-mail resume
to : hr@4plexpresscom
or fax 352-323-6177

425 Clerical

FRONT OFFICE/
RECEPTIONIST
for busy optometric
practice. Excellent
people skills & good
computer skills,
Submit resume In
person: Mon,-Thurs.
gam-noon
to 112 E Dixie Ave,
Leesburg
OFFICE ASST. PT
Must have proven exp,
with office equip. Micro
Soft Word/Excel,
telephone skills. Have
reliable transportation,
$8/per hr,, 24 hrs/wk.
Call Lamers Bus Lines
Frultland Park area,
Call 888-315-8687
Ext, 11712.,

430 Retail

X-NAT
SUPERCENTER
973 E, SR 44,
WILDWOOD, FL 34786
352-330-0813

482 Dental

LABI bCHNICGIA- I-H
For Dentures & Partlals,
Must be EXPERIENCED.
Call 352-787-6252

435 Medical


Lake Harri,
He' lth Center ,,,t i i,,
BE A "C.N.A."
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
352-573-9757
Comfort Keepers
Is seeking CNAs, HHAs
& caregIvers for Lake
County, FT/PT, Strict
background checks.
Reply:
www,comfortkeepers.c
om/]obapp/PreScreen,
html
Come join our
dynamic team


435 Medical
MEDICAL
RECEPTIONIST FT
Experience required.
Leesburg office.
Fax resume to:
352-365-2068




Internal Medicine office
looking for
LPN & Medical
Insurance Biller
Full-Time Position
The Villages
& Leesburg
Must have office
experience,
Benefits,

E-mail resumes to
densherl@comcast.net



Health Center AAS,,i,








Medical Assistant FT for
primary care doctor's
office In Winter'
Garden. Competitive
salary, w/beneflts.
Experience preferred,
Fax resume 407-
656-7117.
POSITION WANTED
Personal Caregiving,
24/7 for all your
needs 728-3140

SLakevlew
Terrace
Retirement Community
331 Ralntree Drive
Altoona, FL 3.702
EOE

450 Trades
NAU INSIALLIb
Must be fully
experienced, Good pay,
Call 352-303-0981
De Santi
Appliance & A/C,
UABINtI &
COUNTER TOP
MANUFACTURER
Needs motivated multi-
tasker with 5 + yrs exp
a must, Knowledge In
amlnating, cabinet
building, hardware
nstallatlon &
countertops. Willing to
go on deliveries. Able to
start AS.AP.
Please call 352-516-
7559
COMMERCIAL
PLUMBERS, Helpers
& Service Plumbers
must have exp.
DFWP/EOE
Call 352-728-6053
MECHANIC
Experience required,
5 day work week.
Good pay & benefits.
352-787-2144
PRESS OPERATOR
Leesburg Printing Is
looking for an
experienced 1 and 2
color offset press
person. $14/hr. 2
weeks vacation after
one yr., 7 paid Holidays
Including day after
Thanksgiving, Health
Ins. half paid by




company. A basic math
test is required to
apply,

3606 Parkway Blvd.
352-787-3348
0UAlh-itu
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
At. Central Beef
ndustrles, located, In
Center Hill, FL,
Knowledge of
pneumatics, gear
drives, welding & minor
electrical needed. Food
processing mechanic
exp. a plus.
Apply at Central Beef
Facility ore-mail
jlm@centralbeef.com.
compensation
dependent on exp. &
demonstrated skill.


TOW IHUCK RUIVrr
Needed, experienced
preferred.
Call 352-787-8000

455
Restaurants/

Hotels/Clubs
ORANGE BLOSSOM
HILLS COUNTRY CLUB
*FOOD RUNNER
LINEE COOK
Good hours & pay.
Apply In person
Between 2:00 4:00
1542 Watertower Cir,
Lady Lake.
Call 352-763-5100


460 Beauty
HIELP WANIUW stylists
needed, $250.00 sign
on bonus for full time,
$250.00 for part time
Great benefits. Cal
April at 352-429-0014.

470 General
$$$HELP WANTED$$$
Earn Extra Income
assembling CD cases
from Home. No
experience
Necessary. Call our
Live Operators NOWI
1-800-405-7619
ext. 104
ww.easywork-
greatpay.com
Unavailable In MD,
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$$$WORK FROM
HOME$$$ Earn UP
To $3,800 Weekly
Working from Home
assembling
Information packets.
No Experience
Necessaryl Start
Immedlatelyl FREE
Information. CALL
24/hrs. 1-888-202-
1012
$600 Weekly
Potential$$$
Processing HUD
Refunds, PT. No
Experience. No
Selling. 1-888-213-
5225 Ad Code A-5
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Maryland**
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MANAGER
Leesburg division of FL.
Farm Bueau Federation
seeking 'Manager,
Direct Marketing. Salary
based on exp. Exce
benefits/ company car,
Apply online/job
description. EOE
florldafarmbureau.com
Job Openings #0561
Fax resume: 728-5838
AIRLINES ARE HIRING-
Train for high paying
Aviation Maintenance
Career. FAA approved
program, Financial
aid If qualified-
Housing Available,
CALL Aviation
Institute of
Maintenance (888)
349-5387
ASSEMBLE MAGN-ilb &
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HOMEI Year-round
WorkI Excellent Payl
No Experlencel Top
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Bodyguards $250-
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older. 615-885-8960
or 615-942-6978
ext. 600
www.internationalexe
cutives.net
Communications
Specialist
Starting pay' $13.16
hour,The City of
Clermont Police
Department Is seeking
a Communications
Specialist (Dispatcher),
All applicants must be
18 years of age and
have a high school
diploma or
equivalency, Job
description and
qualifications are
available at the
Clermont Police
Department, 865 W.
Montrose St., Monday-
Friday 8:00am.-
6:00pm, Preference
will be given to those
applicants with prior
dispatch experience.


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Applications:
February 24,
4:00PM


for

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physical, drug screen
and back ground
check required.
Equal Opportunity
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Veterans Preference
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DATA ENTRY
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om

HONEST INCOME From
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Postcards. No
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470 General


























LOCAL

HOME DEALER
Has opening for a

SET-UP PERSON
PART-TIME
Must have clean
driving record.
Fax resume to:
Attn: Ritae
352-315-4276
Call 352-250-0568
MOVIE
EXHRAS/MEDELSE
NEEDEDI Earn $100-
$300 per day. Noa
quallfed, Experience Required.
PT/FT. All Looks and
Ages Needed. Call
Nowll 1-800-605-
6851
STET-URY Shoppers
earn summer gas
money. Up to
$150/day. No
Undercover shoppers
needed to judge
retail and dining
Agesblishments Expded. Call
not req. 800-742-
6941
MYSTERYSHOPPERSs
Earn up to $100 per
dayl Undercover




shoppers needed to
judge retail & dining
establishments ,
Exp, not required800-742-
Please call:
1-877-758-2861


SECURITY

Gain skills on the job,
Good pay, benefits,
30 days vacation/yr,
No exp, needed.
H,S, Graduates
ages 17-34,
Call Mon, Fri.
(800)342-8123




UFESTREAM
BEHAVIORAL CTR.
Offers several
Job opportunities
Great Benefitsl
Apply In person at:
515 W. Main St.
Leesburg or
at: www,lsbc.net
DFWP/EOE
SUMTER GARDENS
TREE NURSERY
PESTICIDE
APPLICATOR FT
Exp, necessary,
Apply In person:
2572 S. US 301
Sumtervllle, FL 33685
EOE/DFWP





Pets/Animals


501 Pets
FOP Sale

ADORABLE






PUPPIES!
LEESBURG


Under NEW Ownership
NEXTTO PUBLUX
352-323-1580
BOSTON, Shih-Tzu,
Lhasa, Yorkie,
Maltese Chihuahua,
Call 728-1262
CAT 1 yr Russian Blue
fixed. Free to good
.home! Please call
386-965-5056
CAT 2 yr. all blk. Tabby
fixed & declawed.
Free to good home.
386-965-5056
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES,
white, blik., tan. Boys
$250. Girls $350.
352-669-8555


501 Pets
For Sale
CHIHUAHUA, pups,
registered & certified,
4 mo.old, $200 ea.
352-205-2353
CHIHUAHUAS
3 available 1 male 16
wks, 3.5lbs, 1 male 8
wks 31bs, 1 female
wks 21bs. w/pedlgree,
registration
& health certs,
$400-$500
Call 352-308-7049
30G, female named
Miss Patie, house
broken, very sweet,
FREE. 303-3580
FOX HOUND Needs lots
of room to run, Free
to good home. Call
352-315-0046 .
MIXED BRLED PUPPIES
Ready March 18th,
Free to good home.
352-324-3293
REDNOSE PITTBULL,
purebred puppies,
ready for a loving
home, very sweet &
needs lots of love.
Asking $250-$350.
352-308-2775 Kim
520 Livestock
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
ANIMAL TRAP
galvanized,
12"x10"x12" $15.
Call 352-589-7058
CAGE, Ig. & medium
for a dog. $100 for
both. 352-551-8798
CAT CONDO tan, Excel
Cond, 4 tiers. New
$220, Sell $99. 409-
1283 Leesburg
DOG CRAl t, Extra large,
good cond. Asking
$60/obo, Call 352-
504-7967
DOG CRATE, metal 48"
x 30" x 30" 2 doors
+ divider for Ig, dog,
$90,308-9286
PEN animal, outdoor,
portable, 4,5'x5'
w/door, 3'2" h. $45,
Call 352-742-1768
PET CAGE
18"x24". A
$10 Ploaoo 0all
SOLDI




000
Merchandise
Mart


601 Antiques
BENCH cane back,
horse mane hair
seat. Good cond.
Asking $150. 352-
323-5139
CANDY DISH, McCoy
rare blue color, Excel.
cond. $30 Call 352-
874-5418
DOORS solid wood
antique. Asking $20.
Please call Andy
352-267-4632
OAK WASH CABlNEf
horned towel rack, 1
drawer & 2 doors,
Excel condo, Asking
$275. 315-1612
SEWING MACHINE,
Singer, portable,
Excel, Cond. $85,
435-0350
602
Arts/Crafts
ACRYLIC CRAFT &
CERAMIC PAINT, 2-
300 bottles, 3 boxes,
$75 all. 352-821-
2801
WOOD DISPLAY
MAKING ITEMS,
160+ patterns,
140+ paints,
hydracoat sealer, 40
permanent markers,
misc. Items. $750 for
all. Call 11am-7pm.
352-323-8239

603 Collectibles


BASEBALL CARD,
Yankee Stadium
Legacy Thurman
Munson. $5. 352-
343-2253

BASEBALL CARDS, 100
Yankee Stadium
Collection. Asking
$20. 352-343-2253
CHAIR, folding & Bag,
ELVISGI $25.
Call 352-323-0070

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


603 Collectibles
DISNEY PINS assorted
cast members. $85.
Mt. Dora 407-
9739-0898
DOLL 2 1/2' tall, blonde
hair, dressed in
velvet. $25. Please
call 352-751-6252
DOLL Cracker Jack still
In box 1979. Asking
$100. Please call
352-343-8916
GRANDMA MOSES
(4) framed authorized
paintings. $30. 352-
330-4484
JOE CAMEL
memorabilia, cups,
decks, golf balls &
etc. $35. 352-330-
4484
RCORDS, 45's, 78's,
33 1/3's, LP's, 8-
tracks, over 200 In
all. Asking $140. Call
11am-7pm 352-
323-8239
RECORDS, Old classical
records. $25 obo
Please call 352-343-
5191
SPORTS CARDS,
AUTOGRAPHS &
ETC., $75. Mt. Dora.
407-739-0898
TRAIN SET, HO scale,
Publix 25th
anniversary, engine &
3 cars. $25 874-
5418
WALL CLOCK, Seth
Thomas, fine,
porcelain face,
13"x20". $46
$$$SOLD$$$

604 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic pillowtop
mattress w/
boxsprlngs only
$375, w/warranty.
Can deliver Call 352-
552-0525
BED All new
Ortho Pillowtop
Mattress
w/boxsprlngs,
Queen-size
with warranty
StarMng at




$160 Can deliver
352-243-1021
BED All new
Ortho King-size
plllowtop mattress
& boxsprlngs
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
BEDS NEW



Full/Queen & King Size
Ortho Pillow top.
W/warranty,
Starting at $120.
Can deliver.
Call 352-394-5813
Bli, queen, mattress
& box springs. $76,
352-343-1744
3ED, queen, mattress,
box spring & frame,
clean, good cond,

BEDROOM 0 ET dresser,
chest of drawers,
2/night stand $75,
352-455-7545
BEDROOM SET



Gorgeous custom
6 pc, brand new
bedroom set.,
Still In boxes. $895
Can deliver. Warranty.
352-394-4372
BEDROOM SUITE,"
Antique, 30's or 40's
good cond. $1250.
352-343-2973
BISTRO SET, 36" drop
leaf, 2 cushioned
chairs, almond color.


$65.352-750-6395
BOOKCASE, 2, wooden,
cherry color, 30" x
72" x 15".$25 for
both 352-250-1880
BOOKSHELVES
72"x30"x 11.5", 5
shelves, light tan.
$40 352-357-8877.
BUREAU, maple, four
draw, 27W x 41H x
19D. As" 650.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
CABINET, low, wooden,
w/shelves & glass
front. Asking $40,
352-742-2856


604 Furniture
CHAIR oversized
w/ottoman, dark
plum very good cond.
$50. 793-3992
Sumter
CHAIR
Queen Anne style.
Asking $35.
Call 352-728-3928
CHAIR
Wooden, small ladder
back. $10. Call 352-
728-3928
CHAIR, recliner, light
mauve, like new.
Ackng $76
$$$$$$$OLD$$$$
CHAIR, Rocker, pale
gold. Good cond.
Asking $25. Please
call 352-735-1874
[CHAIR, Hocking, all
ood, 2 new pads.I
$40.352-978-6346 I
CHAIRS (4) pipe style
w/cushlons & floral
pattern. $100 for all
obo. 352-343-5793
CHAIRS 1/blue & 1/gold
corduroy &
OTTOMAN gold color.
$65. Call 352-434-
5395
CHEST OF DRAWERS
1/white & 1/beige.
*$90 for both obo.
Call 352-742-1492
COFFEE TABLE & 2/END
TABLES, Broyhill,
matching, blonde.
$100. 343-4418
COFFEE TABLE dark
wood side adjust.
Asking $45. Please
call 352-408-5773
COFFEE TABLE
glass top, light oak
finish. Asking $50
obo. 352-742-9094
COUCH, Floral pattern,.
like new. Aeoleg$7o4
;6-
SOLDI
DAYBED, single, white
metal, w/mattress,
nice. Ang $7 64,
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
DESK, computer, good
cond, Asking $75,
352-516-8009 call
between 9am & 9pm
DESK, computer, good
cond, Asking $75,
352-516-8009 call
between 9am & 9pm

with 4 chairs,
rectangular, Asking
$40. 352-735-1454
DINING ROOM
Comtempory beveled
glass top, 4/armed
chairs, excel. cond,
$300. 352-504-
1192 or 352-326-
9539
DINING ROOM SET, 36"
high w/4 chairs,
Asking $300 Call
352-365-1957
DRESSER, solid wood,
girls. Asking $50.352-
821-2801
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER 3 pc, lots of
storage. $300. Call
352-751-1110
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak, Free
27" color TV. $95
847-651-9653
FIREPLACE elec, new,
oak cabinet, excel.
cond. Asking $300.
352-323-5139
FUTON $299

----

Brand new, All wood
frame & plush 8'
mattress, w/warranty
Delivery available
Call 352-394-3593
UTON black metal with
mattress, good cond,
Asking $65. Please
call 352-552-2147
GLASS TABLE TOP
thick, beveled. Like
Newly $65. Call 352-
396-2961
LIVING ROOM
FURNITURE, (2)
matching couches.
$500/obo. Call 352-
343-4418
PATIO FURN. pipe,
Rattan look, table
w/4 chairs. Asking
$100. 618-315-
0723


604 Furniture
LIVING ROOM SET



BRAND NEWI
Plush micro-fiber
Sofa & Loveseat.
Can deliver. $699
Call: 352-394-3593
















PATIO FURNITURE, PVC,
table, lamp, 4 chairs.
Excel, cond. Ael4a
49wSOLDI
PATIO SET PVC 4/pc
lounger, new
cushions, excel cond.'
$55. 352-435-0888"
ROLL TOP DESK, '
perfect cond. $100.
352-383-4270
SCHOOL DESK
hardwood chair style.
From the 60's. $20.
449-9881 (Webster).
SIDE TABLE round,
wood, white possibly
an antique $20. Andy
352-267-4632
SLEEPER COUCH
excel. cond. on
rollers. Asking $99,
352-321-0752
SOFA & LOVESEAT, La-
Z-Boy, good .cond.
Multi color. $275.
728-5637
SOFA BED & MATCHING -
LOVE SEAT, natural:
color w/floral pattern.;
Excel cond, $700*
* obo, 352-360-0130
SOFA dark green/blue'&
rose stripped pattern,
Good cond. $100
obo. 352-343-5580
SOFA TABLE,
light cream, good
shaped $50, Please,
call, 352-250-2895
SOFA, blue & mauve
color In It, good cond,
Asklng $85, Call
352-343-2973
STEREO CABINy, 46
wide x 76 height x
17 deep Excel cond,
$85 obo 223-4510 "
TABLE DINING ROOM.
w/4 matching chairs:
Almond. $300/obo.
Call 352-343-4418
TABLE
Round with 2 leaves.
$65. 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-"
365-2988
TABLE, Teak (Benny.
Linden) 41"x62", (2)
18" leafs. ,Late 70's
Exqui6ltel $1,750
obo. 352-551-7280
TABLE, & 4/CHAIRS
w/leaf, wood. excel
cond. Asking $100
obo. 386-848-0476 ,
TABLES (2) END
TABLES, rattan legs.-
& white tops. $45 for
the set. 343-1963
TABLES (2) small all
occasions style, light
Oak wood, $20 for
both. 352-742-1492"'
TiABl, 2 end, glass
top 2' x 2' black,
w/gold strip. Nice
$30,352-330-4338
TABLES, set of 3, metal'
w/tile top, sturdy,
stylish, like new. $80.
567-219-9515
TELEVISION STAND, blk,
glass doors, 1 shelf,
34Wx22Hx23D. $15.:
352-315-4974
WICKER SET
Rocker, loveseat, &
2/coffee tables. $80:
352-504-6406


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Friday, February 20, 2009


605 Appliances
AIR CONDITIONER,
portable, window
accessories, 8500
BTU. $100. 343-
4874
APPLIANCE REPAIRS &
SALES from $60-
$70 and Up. Call
352-504-1597 or
352-315-9010
CHAIR, white wicker
excel, cond.
w/magazlne & cup
holder. $8. SOLDI
DRYER, Kenmore Elite,
gas, very good cond.
Must pick up. $100.
352-326-2157
DRYER, Whirlpool,
SSears, gas. Like new
Asking $125. Call
352-748-0553
FREEZER, Danby, white,
small, chest. Runs
good. Asking $100.
Call 352-343-4714
FREEZER, Frigidaire,
upright, commercial.
Excel. cond. $499
ftw.$$$SOLD$$$$
FREEZER, upright 2.1
cu. ft., brand new.
Aoilng $00, Call
SOLD
MICROWAVE
(Convection)
KitchenAid. Works
great. Asking $75.
,, 352-857-0483
,MICROWAVE GE, over
the stove, white.
Good cond. $50.
352-636-9282
MICROWAVE,
New, white, GE.
.Asking $25. Please
- call SOLD 1ST DAYI















(Convection)
KltchenAId, glass top.
Works great, $100.
857-0483
,PATIO GRILL,
George Foreman,
elecv, hardly used,
, $60/obo.307-9555
-REFRIGERATOR .14,6
cu, ft, G.E. Almond,
- Good Cond.$44er9al
-. SOlDI
'REFRIGERATOR Dorm
Room Size, Magic
Chef, $50, Call 352-
857. 343-0349
PREAI GERATOR
SGE Min 3cu,ftoreman,
Excel cond, $90 Call
$6obo 352-753-8361
-REFRIGERATOR
Kenmore 20 cu ft. Almond.
white, Extcel:
Guaranteed $199 obo,l

978-3996
REFRIGERATOR, 15.7
cu, In, Whirlpool, nice
condo, A,,,ng,, t00.
SOLDI
REFGERATOR, STOVE
Room Size, Magicll








Swhite, $700/, Call
S352-75383-4710






REFRIGERATOR,
c-, Whirlpool, side x
- side, Stainless steel
" doors w/ince $400





352- 742-9403
RESTOVE & DISHWASHER
GE, white go$700d cond

Call 352-636-9282
S- TOVE, elec., self
cleaning, very good
cond. & Refrigerator
w/Ice. maker, good
Second. Asking $250
for both. (352)787-
3905
STOVE, GE XL44, gas,
Extra Ig., self
Cleaning, good cond.
:, $100,551-7280
JiTOVE, Whirlpool,
electric range, works
^ great, almond, $50
. 352-568-1032
WASHER & DRYER,
good cond. Asking
r$75. 352-771-0092
WASTHER, Kenmore,
S' Sears,, Like new.
' Asking $100 Call


S352-748-0553
WASHER, Super
capacity DRYER,
Elite series. Kenmore

$$$SOLD$$$$$$
806 Electronics
'BATTERY for Canon
Camera, Model
NB3L, (2)
w/charger8. $30.
324-2559

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


6800 Electronics
CAMERAS 35mm (2)
Fuji (1) NIkon incl.
film. $50/all obo. Call
352-589-1372 '-
CD CHANGER FVE DISC
Sony for house
w/VCR. $46- f4r-eI.
SOLDI
CELL PHONE Sprint
- Sanyo SCP 8400,
camera phone. $65.
Call 352-461-6089
CONVERTER BOX, new
in box, Digital Energy
Star, DTX9900. $35.
352-787-5340
DESK. PHONE
w/answering
machine & 2 portable
phones, GE. $35.
321-276-9550
GAME SYSTEMS Super
orig., 64 NES, Dream
Cast, Saturn. $100.
352-357-2771
HAM RADIO
EQUIPMENT
Kenwood Transceivers
*TS-830S HF
*TS-820 SSB
*TS-520S SSB
*TS-700A 2m all mode
*TR-7400A 2m mobile
(2)
*TM-241 A 2m mobile
*HTX-202 Radio Shack
2m Radio (2)
*Azden PCS-4000 2m
mobile
*MFJ 949 Delux Versa
Tuner II
*Yaesu FL DX 2000
*Bird Electric RF
Wattmeter.
This the bulk of the
equipment and the rest
are the connectors
cables, microphones
and act. Everything Is to
be sold as a package
deal, asking $1,000.
Call 757-348-2526
AFTER 7pm
















PHOTO PRINTER
HP Photo Smart
05160, new In box.
$50.223-3678
PICTURE PHONE Sprint,
PM225, Paid $179.
S$40/obo, Good Cond,
455-4872
SPEAKERS (2)
Panasonic, 3'x 1'x 9
1/2", $80 for both,
352-460-0423
SPEAKERS BOSE 301
Series 2, looks good
sounds greatly $75/pr
firm, 352-751-7398
SPEAKERS, 10" square,
Audlovox, Works &
looks great, Asking
$15, 352-753-9341
TELEVISION 27" color,
has RCA Jacks, $35,
352-360-1792 or
352-254-0104
IbLEVISION 32" Sony
colored w/matching
stand. 9 firm,
SOLDIIIII
i .EVISION Magnavox
19", & RCA VCR
recorder. $60 obo.
352-728-8892
TELEVISION Portable, 5"
LCD screen, color,
great cond. $50,
352-455-4872
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, Black 52",
Magnavox big screen
$100 FIRM Call
SOLD
TELEVISION'S
w/remote, Asking
$75 for all. Please
call 352-551-7280
WINDOWS XP
DESKTOP, works
good. $90, Call 360-
1792 or 254-0104
024 Children's


IteROms
BABY SWING
Winnie the Pooh,
Safety 1st, $40. Call
352-729-2079
BASSINET Kolcraft,
Tender Vibes,
hooded, white eyelet.
$20. 352-793-1469
WiYS CLOdES, 6-12'
me. great cond 13
gallon bag. $30. Call
352-455-9798
CHILDREN'S TOYS
various Items, Asking
$50 for all. Please
call 352-551-0002
i


824 Children's
items
LEAP FROG activity
station & other nice
toys & clothes Sell
all for $50.357-3996
PACK 'N' PLAY, combo
play pin & sleeping
area. $15. Call 352-
323-0070
ROCKING CHAIR, carved
oak, perfect cond.
Ideal baby gift. $75
firm. 242-6033
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
TUIIXEDO Boys w/tail,
size 3T, black. Brand
new. $40. Call 352-
457-1786

825 Building
Supplies/
Materials
CHAIN UNK FENCE,
new 2/50' rolls 6'
high. Asking $50
obo.352-793-2060
CONCRETE BLOCKS
(30) asking $50 for
all. Please call 352-
205-9215
CORNER KITCHEN
CABINET, new,
Asking $90. Please
call. 352-793-9159
DUCT WORK, Flexible;
10'. Asking $10., Call
352-455-8811
FRENCH DOORS
34" wide with side
lights 14". $120.
352-748-2897
KITCHEN CABINETS,
custom, Ig. area
Including long bar &
accessories, $485
for all. Please call
352-728-5161- or
407-876-3644
LUMBER 25 2x3's byl
8' $25/all Call 352-
787-0108 I
SCAFFOLDING, heavy
duty. Asking $50. 352-
568-1640
WINDOWS (6) alum.
screen room, 30" x
68" glass windows.
$75.352-748-2883

020 Farm
Equipment
' FENCE POSTS steel 36"
long, bundle of 8.
$14/all. Call 352-
589-7058
TRACTOR, E264, 114
hours, 30hp, 4WD,
3cyl, Diesel, loader,
bush hog & blade, 3
speed ,PTO. $6100,
$$$$SOLD$$$$$

6830 Garage Sales
CLERMONT, Mqving
sale, Sat Feb, 21,
8am-2:00pm, 15402
Laflte Ln Siena Ridge
Development,

985 Garden
GARDEN BOX, home
garden system, 18;
gallon, Asking $22,
352-568-1640
GARDEN TOOL Stl, 5
In 1, 18 volt, 2
batteries, & charger,
New $75 793-4253
HEDGE TRIMMER,
16", elec, Asking $20,
Call 352-326-0631
LAWN DETACHER,
used once, Asking
$50. 352-383-4270
.AWN MOWER, Push,
20" & gas WEED
EATER. All for $100.
352-348-5843
LAWNMOWER Riding,
Snapper, needs
motor repair. $50.
Call 352-455-8811
TRIMMER/EDGER,
string, Weedeater,
elec. Good cond,
$15. 352-742-0894
WitUEF.AIltH
Works like new. Only
$45. 352-728-4913
840 Medical
CHAIR for shower or
bath w/ back,
adjustable, like new
$15 Call 352-365-
0133


CHAIR Power Lift,
mauve, olec. +
battery, NIcel W.
SOLD 1ST, DAYIII
HEALTH "0" MtIltR,
Physicians scale
org, price $336 now
$4090e SOLDIII
HOSPITAL BED, queen,
no relies, w/air
mattress &
compressor. $4,..
$SOLD$
NECK/SHOULDER
MASSAGE & FOOT
MASSAGER w/heat.
All $35. 352-753-
7835


649 Medical
ONLINE PHARMACY Buy
Soma, Ultram,
Floricet, Prozac,
Buspar $71.99/90
Quantity or
$107/180 Quantity.
PRICE INCLUDED
PRESCRIPTION We
will match any
competitor's price. 1-
888-507-3415 or
www.trirx.org
WHEEL CHAIR, folding,
wide seat, foot pads,
grips on wheels &
back .$90. 978-
6346 or 978-6342
WHEELCHAIR, high-
backed, & reclines,
new. $500. Call 352-
787-4916
050 Computers
& Equip
ADM 3A Lear Slegler
Terminal incl monitor,
& keyboard $75.
352-223-8693
COMPUTER MONITOR
17" works good,
white. Asking $25.
352-742-0894
GET A NEW COMPUTER
Brand name laptops
& desktops. Bad or
NO Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. Its yours NOW
800-640-0656
**Unavailable West
Virginia, Canada**
GET A NEW COMPUTER
Brand Name laptops
& Desktops BAD or
NO Credit No
Problem Smallest
weekly payments
avail. It's Yours NOW
1-800-932-3721
**Unavailable West
Virginia, Canada**
PRINTER HP Desk Jet
3915, disc, cables &
new cartridges. $35.
352-330-2251
PRINTER, Bother, fax,
prints & scans, needs
ink. $35 352-589-
7273
PRINTER, HP, like new,
w/ink. Asking $25.
352-343-6824
SCANNER Flat Bed HP
6200 C, disc, cables
& manual. $35. Call
352-330-2251
VISTA HOME EDITION,
Snew In box. Key has
never been activated,
$45. 352-742-3119
051 Articles
Wanted
AVIATION, MIIItary &
Naval Memorabilia,
Medals, books,
badges, letters,
uniforms etc 669-
7679
I BUY TY BEANIE BABIES
CD's & DVD's
All styles/quantities
CASH PAID
Holiday Inn Express
10am-3pm
Clermont: Set 2/21
Tavaree: Sat 2/28
I BUY TY BEANIE BABIES
CD's & DVD's
All styles/quantities
CASH PAID
Holiday Inn Express
10am-3pmn
Clermont: Sat 2/21
Tavares: Sat 2/28

852 Articles'"
For Sale
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CASH NOWIII As
seen on TV. Injury
Lawsuit Dragging?
Need $500-
$500,000 ++ within
24/hrs after
approval? Compare
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S386-3692

"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 NOW
1-800-799-4935
A NEW COMPUTER
NOWIII Brand Name
Laptops & Desktops
Bad or NO Credit -
No Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. It's Yours NOW


1-800-804-7475
"Unavailable West
Virginia, Canada"

A NEW COMPUTER
NOWIII Brand name
laptops & desktops,
Bad or NO Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
avail. Its yours NOW
Call 800-804-5010
"Unavailable West
Virginia, Canada"

BBQ SMOKER, Heavy
duty, 2 racks ,$W6
$$$$$$SOLD$$$$$
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$


052 Articles
For Sale
ASSORTED TOOLS,
hammers,
screwdrivers,
wrenches etc. $35.
352-728-4584
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE From Home
*Medical, "Business,
"Paralegal,
*Computers
"Criminal Justice.
Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial
Aid if qualified. Call
800-510-0784
www.CenturaOnlne.c
om
BLOUSE, new, Karen
Scott, pink, cut work
collar/pockets, small.
$15.352-357-9663
BOOKS,560
hardbacks, (16 boxs)
$56 obo. 787-6921
BOOTS Justin, lace ups
11D, brown. good
cond. $65/obo.
Wildwood 352-748-
2156
BOOTS women's
Cowgirl brown
suede, embossed,
size 7, new. $25.
753-4043
BOYS CLOTHES
Sizes 8-14. Four
large bags. $35 for
all. 352-617-5185
BRACELET Seminole,
Danbury Mint. Never
Worn. $75.
Gorgeous. 365-1437
BREAD MAKER
Breadman, like new
Asking $40. Please
call 352-408-2075
BREADMAKER
Panasonic, good
cond. Asking $60.
Call 352-742-7471
BURGLAR ALARM All
attachments, new In
box. Asking $95.
352-793-5741
CAR NAVIGATOR, Mio
Digi Walker,
w/windshield holder.
$.. SOLDI
CEILING FAN, 42"
lighted, white, brand
new. Asking $45. Call
352-750-6395
CLOTHING, Ladies Plus
sizes, varies styles.
Asking $100 for all,
352-669-8003
COATS Leather full &
mid length, black,
shorter purple. $95
all, 407-284-0012
CONE BURNER.
Dragon, 1 ft tall. New!
$15. 735-2615
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, $9a.4 f0 8aim
$$$ SOLD $$$
DIRECT TV FREE 4
Room Systeml 265+
Channels Starts
$29,991 FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starzl 130
HD Channels FREE
DVR/HDI No Start Up
Costsl Local
Installersl 1-800-
973-9044
DISHES 54 pcs,,
Pfaltzgraff, beige
w/brown center
design, $35, 383-
4919
DRESS BOOTS women's
black leather, 3"
heels, size 7, new.
$25.352-753-4043
RFILE CABINETS, metal
(2) 3"x5", (2) 5"x8",
(1) 4"x6". $15 for all.,
352-323-8239
FOLDING TABLES (2)
brand new, 6',
sturdy, w/handles,
$100.748-9611
FREE DIRECT TV 4
Room Systeml 265+
Channels! Starts
$29.991 FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starzl 130
HD Channels FREE
DVR/HDI No Start Up
Costs Local
Installers! 1-800-
620-0058
HALTED DRESSES, semi
formal 18W/Slver &
20W/Pink, like new,


$50,352-357-0852
HAT, Cowboy, Resistol,
size 7, blk, Asking
$45/obo. Wildwood,
352-748-2156
IEAT PUMP, 3 ton,
Mobile home, AC
unit, brand new,
$1,500. Call 352-
504-1553
JEANS Women's IZOD
boot cut Jeans, size
16 petite. New with
tags. $11. 357-3996
RUG Blue w/deslgn.
Room size. Good Cond.
$50. 408-8122


852 Articles
For Sale
JEWELRY BOX, new,
puzzle, heart shape,
exotic wood. $12.
352-357-9663
LEATHER COAT, 3/4
length, black, size
medium. Asking $45.
352-483-3372
OUGHT FIXTURE, NEW
round 21" ceiling
mount 2 bulb $10.
352-435-0055
MAlTRESS &
BOXSPRINGS Double
size. $40/all. Call
352-343-0349
MATTRESS COVER dbl.
size & comforter set
brand new. $100 for
all. 352-259-3522
MEMORY FOAM
THERAPEUTIC NASA
VISCO MATTRESSES
WHOLESALE T-$299
F-$349 0-$399 K-
$499 ADJUSTABLES-
$799 FREE DELIVERY
25 YEAR WARRANTY
90 NIGHT TRIAL 1-
800-ATSLEEP 1-
800-287-5337
www.mattressdr.com
ORGAN & Popular
records. Asking $30
obo Call 352-343-
5191
PAINTING, Sallbbat
Castaway w/gold
frame. 54 wide & 43
tall. $35 638-2772
PAINTINGS, framed
prints (2) Claude
Monet & (1) van
Gogh $75 735-6927
PHONE, brand new.
Samsung virgin
mobile camera. $70
FIRM 321-5875
PLANTATION
SHUTTERS, new,
Asking $100 for pair.
Please call 352-613-
2394
QUILT RACK Maple
wood, 21 "wide x 31"
high. $5. Call 352-
360-1209
REACH over 30 million
homes with one buy.
Advertise in NANI for
only $2,795 per
weekI For
Information visit
www.nanlnetwork.com
RECORD ALBUMS
Old Classics, approx,
15, Asking $40 obo.
954-588-5170
RECORDS, (300) Nice
variety of. songs &
music. All for $50,
Call 352-383-4919
RED SILK FLOWERS
(Growing In Ig chest.)
Both for $100 new,
352-735-1177
RUG Blue w/design.
Room size. Good Cond.
$75.408-8122
RUG, 92" x 92" Square,
Chocolate brown, low
nap, $
$$$$$8SOLD$$$$$$
RUGS, (2) area;
matching, 5' x 8' &
40" wide x 50"long,
both $45 638-2772
SATELLITE DISH, Direct
TV, set-up for RV use
w/100' cable. $75.
352-223-8500
SCOOTER elec. Golden
Buzz Around, like
new & new batteries,
Asking $600. Please
call 352-793-4019
SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95, 352-793-5741
SHOWER DOORS,
temper glass, like
new, fits stander tub.
$36SOLDI
SIGN Says "OPEN",
neon, 33 1/2" X 15".
AskIng $100. Please
call 352-460-0423
STEEL BUILDINGS All
sizes welcome. Steel
prices area down I
Will help with design.
Additional discounts
available.
www.greylensteelco
m 1-866-802-8573
SWAG LIGHT, brown
w/fllckering amber
lights, $60. Must
Seel 352-787-3162
TABLE antique pedal
sewing machine


base w/marble top.
$100.735-1570
TABLE LAMPS, Brass
w/amber teardrops.
Asking $50 for both.
352-343-2973
TUXEDO Men's, (After
Six), Jacket & pants
sz. 42 long, $250
new $40. 217-4809
TUXEDO Men's, Jacket
& pants sz. 48-48
long, $300 new, sell
$60,217-4809
TYPEWRITER
Smith Corona
w/case. Good cond.
$40. 352-742-7471


652 Articles
For Sale
VACUUM CLEANER,
Rainbow, minor
repair needed. $409.
SOLDIIIII
VACUUM, Direct Dry,
Kenmore.
w/attachments., 12
amp. $70. 352-314-
9379
VEST Carhartt, fleece
lined construction
vest, size large. $25.
352-253-1106
WORKBENCH
New, sturdy built all
wood, 8' long. $70.
352-343-7201
855 Musical

Instruments
GUITAR
3/4 size new strings
good cond. Asking
$& -$$SOLD$$$
660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
OFFICE FURNITURE
Conference table
chairs, desks & etc.
Call 352-326-3311
TABLE Conference,
laminated oak,
36'x72'. $15/obo.
SOLD

675 Sports/
Recreation
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
* GT 26" Mountain.
Asking $100. Please
call 954-588-5170
BICYCLE Vintage, Good
cond. Asking $100.
Please call 352-504-
6406
BICYCLE, 26" Huffy
Beach Cruiser, excel,
cond, Women's. $75
352-259-3522
ICYCLE, mountain,j
ourIng, multi-speed.
50 Call 978-6346
BIKE RACK, holds 3
bikes w/lock, Asking
$30, Please call.
352-750-9693
BOW FLEX
work out set.
SOLD
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT,
Space Saver, Proform
R-930, Asking $40,
352-435-0211
EXERCISE MACHINE
955 Air Bike dual
action. Ae skng- 0.,
$$$$$SOLD$$$$$
EXERCISE MACHINE
Power Racer, Asking
$50. Please call
352-669-6742
EXERCISER (Fitness
Flyer), retail $250.
Asking $75, Call
352-753-7713
GO 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
2 sets, Asking $30
for all. Please call
352-551-0002
GOLF CLUBS Rawllngs,
Ladles, 3 Iron-PW, 1,
3, 5, woods/bag.
$75.352-245-0716
HELMET, .chest guards
& Jersey for dirt
bike, "No Fear." New.
$75.308-6623


I IUI ILU.l'fL
Brand new w/flber
optic waterfall, cup
holders, therapy Jets,
Can deliver. $1,895.
Call: 352-394-3279
'OOL LEAF COVER
mesh, new 24' round
above ground pool
$$$ SOLD $$$


Brand new, custom
double-arch table.
Must seal Can deliver,
Call: 352-394-3279
ROAD BIKE SADDLE,
Cannondale Light.
Asking $25. Please
call 352-750-9693
TRAMPOULINE
Great cond. Asking
$75. Please. call
352-455-7545

TREADMILL Pro Form.
$90. Excel. Cond.
$90. Call 352-751-
1110


875 Sports/
Recreation
WEIGHT BENCH Welder
Pro Style excel. cond.
Asking $50 firm. Call
352-217-0586

885 Tools/
Machinery
BAND SAW,
Good cond. Aekil
$100. Ploaoo call
SOLDI
BELT SANDER & 6"
GRINDER. $75 for
both. Call 11am-7pm
352-323-8239
CHAIN HOIST Yale,
heavy duty. $45.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
CHAIN SAW, 2.0,
Poulan, gas 14"
(NEW), never used.
$100. Call 352-348-
5843
CIRCULAR SAWS (2)
AND SANDER. Asking
$50 obo. Please call
352-348-9973
HYDRAULIC JACK
2-5 tons. $20.
Call 352-978-6346
LADDER, Alum. sliding
16' total. Asking
$60. 978-6346 or
978-6342
PAINT SPRAYING
OUTFIT New In box.
Gun 'Regulator &
Hose. $80. 787-
3162
PLANER, Ryobl, 12 1/2".
Asking $275. Call
11am-7pm. 352-
323-8239
ROUTER W/TABLE,
Craftsman. Asking
$125. Call 11am-
7pm. 352-323-8239
SANDER Craftsman, 1/2
hp, dual motion,
w/dust pickup
system. $25. 728-
5262
SCROLL SAW, DeWalt,
w/table. $250. Call
11am-7pm. 352-
323-8239
SKILL SAW, Craftsmen,
Industrial rated,
Worm drive saw, $75
obo 223-4510
TABLE SAW with planer
on easy movable
table, A'ing- $100.,
SOLDI
TABLE SAW, w/table,
10", Asking $150.
Call 11am-7pm.
'352-323-8239
TOOL CADDY revolving,
Rubbermald, New In
box. $8, Call 352-
324-3025

701 Dining &,
Entertainment
SUNDAY BRUNCH
11:30-2:30
Vic's Embers
352-728-8989



800
Real Estate
For Rent


802 Vacation
Rentals
SOUTH LEESBURG RV
LOTS AVAIL, Mo,
$225 Full-hook-ups.
Call 352-365-2578
800 Houses

Unfurnished

1, 2 & 3 BR

Starting at



E m mGrIzznrd
SREALTORS


$650

352-314-1599
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details
COLEMAN, SUMTER
COUNTY 3/2 mobile


on 5 acres,
$675/mo, 352-267-
2588
EUSTIS 2/1 w/2 car
garage. $760/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
LEESBURG Small 2/2,
quiet setting. Owner
on premises.
Credlt/ref. check.
$675/mo. + $400
security deposit. Call
352-323-6017


808 Houses

Unfurnished
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
LADY LAKE 3/2 Brand
new, all tile, big lot.
$1,000/mo. Call
352-874-8880
LEESBURG 3/1, tile, W/D
hook up, near
Captain D's/27. $575
me. + dep. 407-
929-4229
LEESBURG 3/1.5/1
Sunnyside area,
fenced, Ig. yard. No
Pets/Smoking
$850/mo dep. + 1st
mo. 352-989-6392
LEESBURG 3/2 Nice
locatiloni $825/mo +
$850 sec. Fenced-
yard 352-787-2650
LEESBURG 3/2, large
shaded lot. $750 me.
1st, last + dep. 352-
406-5728
LEESBURG 3/2/2 CHA,
appl. Great area.
$1,100/mo + sec.
352-787-9436
LEESBURG 3/2/2
fenced, country
setting $900/mo.
Pets OK. 352-408-
8562
LEESBURG New 3/2/2,
near Lake Square
Mall. $1,200 mo. +
sec. incl. water/
sewer/trash, Call
352-728-8278
LEESBURG/FRUITLAND
PARK 2/2/1 Living &
family rm., fenced
$800/mo. 408-8562
LEESBURG3/2 Gated
incl cable & lawn
care, 1st + sec.
$1,000. 267-5989
OCALA Wellington
Station 2/2/1 scrn
patio, W/D. Sm Pets
OK, No smoke.
$790/mo + dep. Call
407-491-8852

RENTALS
Clermont -1br LARGE
home $550.00
Clermont 2 story on
canal to Chain of
Lakes 2br & office
$1000.00 no pets
Clermont 3br home,
big bonus rm,,
screen, porch
$895.,00.
Mlnneola -3br fenced
yd ,pets ok,
porch $950.00
Groveland 3 & 4 br
homes $950,00 &
up
Clermont Lake Shore
Drive home
Exclusive area,
$1,100,00 Incl,
lawn, Pets OK
Clermont 4/3 almost
brand new-only
$1,260,00
ROCKER
REALLY
352-394-3570
www.RockerRealtylnc.
corn
UMATILLA Remodeled
2/1, screen porch,
fireplace. Convenlenti
$800 moe. Available
March 1st 352-455-
9339
WEIRSDALE 1/1 house
on Ig. lot $350/mo +
dep.; Call 352-821-
2950
WILDWOOD Oak Hill
Near Hwy. 75, 3/2, 1
ac. fenced. $900 me.
407-247-8329

807
Apartments

Unfurnished

APARTMENTS
& DUPLEXES
Starting at

$425



/ REALTORS


1, 2, & 3 BR
352-314-1599
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details
LEESBURG Downtown
area. The Enclave at
Cauthen Circle. A
new 55+ community
of 1 BR, 1 BA Luxury
apts. Rents start at
$695/mo 352- 702-
2949 OPEN HOUSE
Fri-Sat. 9-5


807
Apartments

Unfurnished




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in Eustisl
The LONGER
you stay,.
The LESS you pay#i

*Great move-In gifts,
*1 & 2 Bedroom Units
*All First Floor- ;
No StairsI
.Private Entrances &
Patios
*Washer & Dryer '
hook up
*Lots of Storage i
*Cathedral Ceilings"
*On-Site Professlonat.
Management
*Beautiful Landscaping
and Open Space
WE PAY WATER:
& SEWER
Saves you Moneyl
PETS WELCOME

LYN
TERRACE
APARTMENTS
1651 CR19-A
352-357-7332
Mon,-Fri,. Noon-6pm
Sat,-Sun.1 lpm-5pm
Appointments
ANYTIME
.USTIS & UMATILLA 1,
2, & 3 BR apts. &
houses. Reasonable
weekly & monthly
rents. UtIl Incl, 352-
669-3058
EUST1S 1/1 waterfront.
$475; 2/1 $575, 2/1
carport,, sunporch.
$700. Broker 589-
0749
EUSTIS Lg. 2/2
$700/mo. Incl until.
$750 Move-in (Incl
1st mo. rent) Call
407-617-2508
HISTORIC TAVARES
1/1 $485/mo. + sec.
Incl. cable TV, 321
lanthe St. 352-669-
0961


LEESBURG 1/1 wood
firs, remodeled,
Quaint cottage style
1st fir.6 0
coo water Inol.
RENTEDIII
LEESBURG 2/1.5 w/
storage, near
downtown $650/mo.
+ $500 dep 352-
323-4974 Realtor
LEESBURG 2/2 CHA, all
appl. Incl, W/D. Pets
OK w/dep, $825/mo.
Call 407-381-2723
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807
Apartments

Unfurnished
LEESBURG -2/2 W/D
hook-up, scrn porch.
$675/mo .2/1 W/D
hook-up $575/mo.
*2/1 no hook-up,
$550/mo. No Pets,
Smoke Free! 352-
787-6928
MT DORA 1/1 Centrally_
located. $500/mo +
$300 sec., No Pets.
Call 352-735-2071
Mr DORA 1/1 Near
library. $450/mo +
dep No Util No Pets.
669-7541 after 6pm
WMT. DORA Lg 2/1
Duplex 449 E 11th
Ave. $675/mo. No
pets. 407-644-
7641









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OFF 1ST MO.

r RENTS FROM $525
STO $625. 1 & 2 BR
AVAIL SENIORS
WELCOMED! TINA
352-321-1051 OR
LOU 352-321-1151
SWEETHEART OF A
DEALI!1,2 and 3.
bedroom apartments .
available. Move-in by
2-28-09 and receive
1/2 off the 1st month's
rent. Bdng this ad and
pay $0
application fee.
Some restrictions
apply Call 352-748-





6288 for more
information

808
Apartments
Furnished
,EUSTIS Efficiency all util
inci cable. $150/mo.
$600 Movo In.
RENTEDIO!
FRUITLAND PARK
Weekly rentals now
avail Twin Palms
Resort Marina. Fully
furn. incl. all until &
cable. Great Fishing!
352-348-1864 or
352-636-2594
twinpalmsresortmarina.co
m
T DORA 1/1
completely furn.
Sw/flat scrn TV. Move-
SIn Ready. Pool. All util
S& cable incl.
$925/mo. Call 352-
S455-6668
,IMA1LLA Lg. Furn
studio for $550. until
Incl. Furn 1 BR $575.
Adults, priv parking
No pets. 250-4711

810 Duplexes
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
S352-394-2033
Details
'GROVELAND 2 master
BR w/baths, 1 guest
bath. $790/mo. 407-
402-7336 Bob


810 Duplexes

LEESBURG 2/1
$650/mo, $400 sec.
352-742-3377
LEESBURG 2/1 util rm,
W/D hookups, No
pets. $525/mo. +
$500 sec.589-1996,

LEESBURG 2/2 duplex,
near downtown, no
pets/smoking. $750
mo. 352-408-0207
LEESBURG 3/2 with
garage, $775 mo. +
$600 sec. Call Mike,
352-223-5300
LEESBURG, 2/1 w/util.
room. Very clean. No
pets. $625/mo.,
$500 Security. 787-
0769
MT.DORA Downtown Lg.
2/2, screen porch, Ig.
yard. W/D hook up,
carport. $650 391 -
2421

811 Condos/

Townhouses

1,2, & 3 BR
Starting at

$695

ERT om Grizzar
REALTORS"


352-314-1599
CLERMONT Access tp
Chain of Lakes 3/2
1/2ba must see lawn
care incl $950.00
plus deposit.
call 352-227-8293

LEESBURG 2/2, close to
Downtown. W/D
hook-ups, scrn lanai.
$650/mo. Call 352-
552-2340
LEESBURG MOVE-IN
SPECIAL 1st mo.
$325, 2/1.5 W/D No
Pets..352-787-5885
MT. DORA Mint 2/2.5
w/lake view in park
like setting.
Sunroom, pool,
clubhouse, dock.
$795. 352-223-
0503
ROYAL OAKS 2/2.5,
Move In Ready, all
apple, end patio.
Beautiful &
reasonable. 352-
516-2657
SANDALWOOD 3/3 new
,bldg. golf view, no
pets/smoking $875
mo + dep. Yr. lease
All amenities 352-
787-6712

812 Rooms to
Rent
EUSTIS, furnished for 1
adult. All util, cable,
high-speed Internet.
$125/wk. 217-3437
LEESBURG GORGEOUS
Private rm w/pool,
Close to all! $140/wk
Incl util. Background
ck req'd 255-3291

818 Homes
To Share
FRUITLAND PARK Room
w/kitchen privileges.
Single. Call after 6
pm 352-408-1938
LEESBURG Mature lady
non-smoker, choice,
4 RM. apt or entire
home. Rate based on
choice. Info 352-
360-0446
MT, DORA Male
Roommate Wanted;
Includes all utilities
Call Patrick 352-
552-2621


818 Commercial
Property
BUSHNELL Pro office
S1,500 sf. +/-
Turnkey. $1,250
407-920-3571

BUSHNELL Pro. Office
across from
Courthouse.
Completely
remodeled 800 sf
+/- $850. 407-920-
3571
CLERMONT CENTRE,
777 Hwy 27. $10.per
sf 1000, 1500,
2000,sf space
available. Call Shirlee
407-491-3787 or
407-876-1795
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. avail
immed Contact 321-
689-5785 or 352-
394-5477
LEESBURG Downtown
office Suites .Avail,
Hwy. Commercial
Offices -& 3,800SF
Office/Showroom/Wa
rehouse. Call
Galbreath Realty
352-787-4584

OFFICE AND
WAREHOUSE
SPACE


E omGrizzard
REALTORS

AVAILABLE
352-314-1599

819
Manufactured
Homes

unid

1,2 & 3 BR
Starting at
$450

EH omGr a
SREALTORS'

352-314-1599
ALTOONA 1 BR Park
Model $360/mo +
$300 sec... No Pets.
352-735-2071

ALTOONA 2/1
$485/mo. + $500 sec
No Pets. 352-735-
2071
ALTOONA 3/2
$535/mo. + $500 sec
No Pets. 352-735-
2071
CLERMONT Groveland
Hwy. 50 1 & 2 BR
From $550. Units for
sale with low down
352-394-2033
Details

LAKESIDE Near
Villages, 1/1 50+
park. $475/mo Incl
water, sewer & trash.
352-409-3770
THE HAVEN ON LK
HARRIS 1/1 Partially
furn. $500/mo. No
Pets.. 352-978-
5077

UMATILLA SANDY
ACRES 3/2, CHA,,.
fenced yard, carport.
$600 mo. + $600-
dep. Pets allowed.
352-223-6802


818
Manufactured
Homes

HOMi8

WILDWOOD in 55+
Continental CC, 2/1,
carport, shed, mostly
furn. $575/mo. incl.
util.. Clubhouse
w/heated pool & hot
tub & Golf Course
Possible Option to
buy 904-626-6855

825 Rent-To-
Own

LADY LAKE 3/2 Brand
new, all tile, big lot.
$1,000/mo. Call
352-874-8880

SUMMERFIELD Lg. '95
Fleetwood, 3/2
singlewide,
remodeled. Near
441/Sunset Harbor
Crossing. $3,000
down. $575/mo.
726-9369




900
Real Estate
FoP Sale



902 Open
Houses
For Sale

GIVING UP MY 1/1
Cottage home for Best
Offers Value $45,900
starting offer $26,000
No cash needed to
make offer Home will
be sold Sun. 2/22/09
to highest & best offer.
Open Sat & Sun 1-5
Call 352-821-2572
TAVARES Mid-Lakes
Resort, 55+
doublewide, 2/2
CHA, carport, furn. Ig.
FL. rm. OPEN HOUSE
1-4pm Everyday. 305
S Lake Ave. Call
352-742-5602

803 Homes
For Sale

LEESBURG 3/2/2 + Den
$145K built '00,
1430 sq ft.
reneovated, tile &
wood floors, new
interior/exterior paint,
Ig fenced lot. Call
407-928-3815

LEESBURG 4/2 CR. 452
on .. 2.3 ac.
w/additional
detached 4 car
garage. Lg. pool.
Owner financing
avail. 352-267-4809
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
LEESBURG New 3/2 Lg.
lot, great location,
near schools &
shopping. Owner
financing avail. Calf
352-267-4809

TAVARES 3 BR newly
remodeled 100%
financing. $947 PITI.
John 352-343-8460

TAVARES 3/2/2 $195K
Canal Front. Will sell
as short sale! MUST
SELL CALL 352-
408-0207


910 Condos

Townhouses
LEESBURG Royal Oak
Estates, 2/2.5. Excel.
location. $84,000,
Lease Option Avail.
$750/mo. Call 352-
434-2897

SEL RENT YOUR
TIMESHARE NOWI1
Maintenance fees too
high? Need Cash?
Sell your unused
timeshare today. No
Commissions or
Broker Fees. Free.
Consultation
www.sellatimeshare.
com 1-877-494-
8246

9380 Out-of-area
ARIZONA LAND, BIG
LOTS $0 down $0
interest. Best Land,
Best Terms
Nationwide
GUARANTEED or Your
Money Back. Starting
at $129/mo.
www.sunsiteslandrus
h.com Call Pre-
Recorded Message
1-800-631-8164

BUY TIMESHARE
RESALES Save 60-
80% Off Retail!! Best
Resorts & Seasons.
Call for FREE
TIMESHARE
MAGAZINE! 1-800-
639-531'9
www.holidaygroup.co
m/flier
NO KIDDING 5 acres
Southern California.
WHILE THEY LAST!
$125/down,
$125/monthly.
$12,495 Cash.
Owner Financed. NO
Banks/Brokers. NO
Credit. Checks. 949-
340-2245

9860 Comm
Real Estate
LEESBURG W. Main R2,
4/2 w/attached
efficiencies.
$1,550/mo income.
$155K 352-516-
2400




1000
Manufactured
Homes


1001 Mid Homes
For Sale

Al INIIUON: Brand
new dbl. wide $37,900
Delivered & set up. 0-
Down, land/home

HOWRT
MOBILE HOME SALIS
$650 mo. Repos avail.
352-307-2244
LEESBURG 2/2 furn. in
Adult park, CHA,
apple, $4,500/obo.
Call 352-728-4841

LEESBURG 55
community 2/2
doublewide FL. Rm.
Will trade equity or
possible owner
financing. $14,500.
Call 352-728-1957
MT DORA 2/2 In 55+
park,. w/10'x22'
master bedroom,
fully turn. carport,
scm porch, new
appl. Asking $7,000.
Lot rent $325 Incl.
water, sewer,
garbage, lawn care.
352-343-8233


1002 Mfg
Homes
W/ land
For Sale
ALTOONA 1 Lg. BR (2)
sm. BR w/sm. bath,
utility shed with W/D,
caport. 1960's trailer
w/full addition on a
double fenced-in 'lot
in the Ocala National
Forest. 607- 794-
2150, leave message
EUSTIS E off 44, 2/1
carport, paved street.
$27K obo. Call 352-
483-4546
EUSTIS E off 44, 2/1
carport, paved street.
$27K obo. Call 352-.
483-4546
FRUITLAND PARK 3/1.5
completely
remodeled, Ig. family
rm., Ig. utility rm.,
fenced-in yard. Great
area for kids. No
traffic, Owner
Financing. $54,900
Very clean 352-636-
0460; e-mail is best
at
rcflshing@atlantic.net
LAKE PANASOFFKEE
2/2 '04 doublewide,
24x36. Like new on
private lot. Reduced
to $64,500 Call
352-568-0726
SUMMERFIELD Roomy
doublewide near
Villages, 2/2 on 1/3
ac, carport, 2
owners, good shape.
$69,000. Call 419-
306-0300
TAVARES Great canal
lot, 2/2 55+, dock,
hoist. 862. Patriot
Place. Imperial Ter. E
$137,5K 253-5207
TAVARES, 3/2
overlooking lake. Like
new in 55+ park.
Assoc. Fees $35..
Call 704-785-1640
WILDWOOD 2/1, newly
remodeled. Scrn rm.
carport. $38K Owner
finance 357-5721

1010 Mid Homes
Sites
LADY LAKE 93'x165'.
Driveway installed.
$15,000/obo. Call
352-874-8880 -



1100
Recreation


1101 Boats
BAYUNER, '06, 17.5',
'130hp
inboard/outboard
engine, w/trailer.
Sacrifice for $5500.
Call any time 352-
978-1385
BOAT Fishing 14' 25 hp
Mercury, alum., set-
up for Crappy
Fishing, 2 fish
finders. $1,400 or
will trade for
motorcycle or car.
Call 606-571-4224
BOAT, 14 ', Fiberglass
w/ trailer, steering
cables as is $300
obo 352-460-0668
PONTOON, '02
Crestliner, 20', Fish
Model, 90hp
Johnson, trailer.
$5500. 352-787-
-6692 or 605-357-
1419

1120 Marine



OUTBOARD MOTOR
Evinrude Mate 2 2hp,
model 23028 Excel
$350. 330-2251


1120 Marine
Euldp/
Suplies
OPE, 200 feet, 3/4"1
ylon, line, new. $95
all 352-735-1591

1150 RV&1
Campers
AWNING for RV, 20'
w/center bar. Good
Shape Seen at Oasis
RV Lot 22.'$100. Call
217-737 -5149
CAMPER, 90,
Coachman pop-up
(needs work)
$500/trade Call 352- "
*348-5843
CAMPING MEMBERSHIP
Camp Coast to Coast
USNA/Canada
$10/night (full hook
up) Pd $1595 illness
forces sale $595.
800-236-0327
FIFTH WHEEL, Titanium
'05 Toy Hauler 34'
Like New! 2 slides'9'
scrn rm. ducked
air/heat, -generator
ready, deluxe
cabinets, more!
$47,500 352- 365-
2578 photos at
liveoakrvpark.com
MALLARD '86,
25' new tires, new
awning, equalizer
sway system,
microwave, -ac.
$2,900. Andy 352-
267-4632-"
MOTOR HOME
'76 Classic, Class A,
26' GMC, new
tires/carpet & holding
tank, satellite
equipped. '$13,500.
352-343-1985
ROCKWOOD '03, 29'
super slide mint
cond. w/golf cart &
many extras. $13K.
207-577-1386. ,
SHADOW CRUISER
pickup camper, self-
contained. Recently
reconditioned.
$4,000. 753-1719
SOUTH LEESBURG RV
LOTS AVAIL. Mo.
$225 Full-hook-ups.
Call 352-365-2578

1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
BUICK, '94, Roadmaster
Estate Wagon, very
good cond. Loaded,
runs & drives execl.
$3100. Please call.
352-669-3540
CADILLAC Saville, '89,
very good cond. New
tires. $1800/obo.
352-750-3580
CAMARO '96 Z28, good
shape, new brakes.
Asking $1,800. Call
352-748-7058 or
461-9592
CHEVROLET, Lumina,
'97, clean, good
runner $2500 FIRM.
Call 724-309-4915
after 7pm.
DONATE A CAR TODAY
To Help Children and
Their Families
Suffering From
Cancer. Free Towing.
Tax Deductible.
Children's Cancer
Fund of America, Inc.
www.ccfoa.org 1-
800-469-8593
FORD Taurus,-'92, runs
good, dependable,
cheap. 41000. Gal
SOLD 1ST DAY!
FORD, Explorer, '98,
117K mi., 1 owner,
like new. $3,450 obo
Call 321-231-1889
HONDA Accord EX, '02,
Org. owner, serviced
by Honda, 67K.
$9,900.674-9406


1205 Autos
UNCOLN '99 Town Car
95,500 ml. $4,300
obo. 303-562-6096,
(Wildwood)
MERCURY '94 Grand
Marquis excel cond.
Approx. 70K mi.
Asking $,269.
Please call $$$
SOLD$$$
NISSAN Quest XE, '97, 7
. passenger, 163K.
Asking $2500/obo.
3.5-771-0092a


Auto,1)3K ml.
1 owner, 36MPG.
NICEIII Asking $2,950.
Call 352-446-7900
SUBARU '95 Legacy
station wagon, 73K
org. mi., auto. Very
good. cond. $2,800.
352,728-3183

1208 Aviation

1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR 4 passenger
ext. roof, Sunbrella &
extras. $1,550. 352-
323-1632
CLUB CAR BODY
1-rear section.
Asking $40. Please
call 352-357-7652




CLUB CAR
PRECEDENT '06.
Wholesale to public.
Only 4 at this price
$2,290
Thurs. Sat. Only
1st come, 1st served.
micksmotors.com
352-516-9878
CLUB CAR, good
running cond. Asking
$975. 455-8383 or
336-817-7509
CLUB CAR, RED-MFG,
Partial new items.
Four ea. 12v
batteries, custom
paint, tires, mat,
horn, lights, cooler,
ball, washer,
windshield, top
w/curtains, dash,
upholster seats,
MUST SEEI. $4250.
352-324-2188 or
731-336-1969
E-Z-GO, newer tires,
lights w/windshield,
good cond. $1150
firm. 352-551-4012
GOLF CART PARTS:
windshield, tires,
rims, hubcaps. $50.
352-357-7652
GOLF CART TIRES &
RIMS Brand .new!
$90 for set of 4.
352-323-1632
WANTED TO BUY: GOLF
CART Dead or Alive,
336-817-7509 or
352-455-8383
YAMAHA NEW'09.
48V, 4/yr warranty.
$3988. If you buy
anywhere else We
both'
lose! 352-793-3948
or 813-477-0050

1210 Mcycles/
I Mopeds

EX-WIFE SAYS BIKE
MUST GOI SUZUKI
'00 1,500 cc. Lots of
exras, $5,500/obo.
Call Melody 352-
636-5133
HELMET & JACKET,
Full faced, red, large
size. $100 for all.
352-728-3725
HONDA Kick and Go,
nice cond. Asking
$75. Please call
352-383-8219


1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
SADDLE BAGS Gold
Wing, 1500, with tail
lights. Asking $60. I
352-365-2301

1214 Mcycle
Repair
SEAT & SET OF PIPES,
Harley Davidson.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-551-8798
1280 Vans
FORD Aerostar '95,.
auto, 4 cyl., cold NC.
$1,800/obo. 352-
348-5843
FORD Windstar SE.'00.
Very, clean,
mechanically sound,
great van. $2,995.
352-409-4642

1240 trucks
.Lght Duty


DAKOTA SLT
Ext Cab 4x4, 1 owner,
V-6, Excel. Cond.Ill
Asking $2,950.
Call 352-446-7900
0ORD '87 F150 4x4, 6
cyl. standard
transmission, ps/pb,
runs good. Rusty.
$650. 352-357-
6926
FORD. 1-150, '05,
Extended cab, tow pkg
heavy duty pay load
pkg., 45K miles
$10,000.
Call 352-742-7686

1247 Trallers
UTILITY TRAILER,
tandem axle, 20' x
91". Asking $400
obo., 352-669- 5578
1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
BUG SHIELDS
(1) '02 Altima (1) '98
Concorde. $40/all.
Call 352-787-5819
CADILLAC V-8 head,
valve job done.
Warehoused 25 yrs.
$100. 324-2173
CHEVROLET DANA
REAR END, 8 lug, 14
bolt rear cover. $100.
357-3616
ENGINE
Toyota '75, 20R.
Asking $75,
Call 352-383-9589


1264 Auto
Parts

Accessory
E)OAUST muffler,
performance, steel
diesel truck. Aeto
Turbine $30 360-
3027
FIFTH WHEEL HITCH for
pick-up. Auto latch.
Asking $200. Call
352-978-6346
FLAT BED COVER
fiberglass fits F250
long bed Ford, truck
$4.. SOLDI
RIMS (4) 5 hole, center
line, 15" alum GM.
Beautiful color
$150/all. 793-4747.
SPARK PLUG WIRES
MSD 8.5 mm, plug
ends 90 degrees.
New $70,.751-739D
TIRES (4) 15" all goo o
Cheap $50/all. CallM'
352-326-9105 "|
TIRES used (4) Goodyear
P235/65R17. Asking
69 REDUCED $40.
352-255-7623
TOOL BOX, Aluminum
for full size pick-up
w/ lock. $80. Call
352-978-6346
TOW BAR, StowMaster,
stainless steel, for
sm./med. car. $80.
352-358-4584
TOW DOLLY'08
w/hydraulic disc
brakes. New $1,000
Asking $599. 352-
S793-3670
TOW DOLLY TRAILER,
works good, 1 owner
w/straps needs tires
$500 360-3027
TRAILER HITCH for '07
Lacrosse or Century
$80. Call 352-343-
7201
TRANSMISSION, *
wheel drive, 5 speed,
4.0,* Jeep. Asking
'$100 308-6623
WHEELS (4) 15", 5 lug
from Mitsubishi.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-735-1570
WHEELS, (2) Alum.
Rodeo or Passport,
SUV, 16X7JJ. $40
/obo. 352-787-1922
WHEELS, 4, 6 lug, w/
35x1250x15 tires,
real good tread.
$400. Please call
352-874-4535
WINDOW Rear, tinted &
gasket F-150; Bug
shield '06 Explorer.
$40/all 787-5819


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2005 FORD FREESR '55.L
2007 CHRYSLER 300 '$OL.
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2004 CHRYSER CMoSSfiE ..--. ,60 w
1B cEiVY SUIUO '45.L
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on half plus acre lot in Clermont. The for-
mal living room features a large brick fire-
place. You'll enjoy both a formal dining
room and dinette. The large family room
and open kitchen combine for a relaxing
and comfortable "great room" effect. The
exquisite kitchen features a center island,
breakfast bar, large pantry and custom cher-
ry cabinets with rope trim. Additional
upgrades include ten foot ceilings through-
out, custom cherry cabinets in baths and
granite countertops in kitchen and baths.


fireplace
Twenty-inch porcelain tile is in all main liv-
ing areas, with wood laminate flooring in
bedrooms. The master suite opens to the
screen enclosed pool area. Home office fea-
tures custom made hickory cabinets. You'll
also enjoy the surround sound system,
screen enclosed solar heated pool, gas heat-
ed spa and wood privacy-fenced yard. There
is an attached second building currently
being used as a wood working center. The
home has a view of the area park and tennis
courts. MLS# G4631795. $535,000. For
additional information, please contact Jim
Kotch, Century 21 John C. Thomas Realty at
(352) 636-8871.


ERA NEIL FISCHER REALTY


Mediterranean home on Deer

Island has four bedrooms


Come home to your luxurious four bed-
room three and half bath Mediterranean
retreat located in the Deer Island Golf
Community with 3493 a/c square feet of liv-
ing area. The details of this home with make
you feel like you truly live in a castle. This
stately home features a lovely golf and water
view and boasts cathedral ceilings, tile in all
wet areas, solid wood floors throughout and
berber carpet in bedrooms. Kitchen is a
gourmet's delight with upgraded cherry cab-
inets, stainless appliances, granite counters,
island with sink, built-in desk and custom
pantry. Cozy family room area is complete


with fireplace. French doors and large case-
mept style windows allow plenty of natural
light to enter this home. Formal dining
room, three bedrooms, two full bathrooms
and a laundry room are located off the ,
kitchen. The master bedroom has an exqui-
site bathroom with granite counters, two
vanities, shower and separate jetted tub.
There is even room for a pool. Deer Island
is a gated golf community nestled between
Lake Dora and Lake Beauclaire and is perfect
for the golfer or nature lover. Priced at
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Neil Fischer Realty.


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bath French Style home with Den offers
over 2100 square feet of living space. The
split floor plan includes illuminated niches,
upgraded light fixtures, upgraded AC unit,
Hardwood flooring and arched entryways.
Enjoy preparing meals in the upgraded
kitchen with under cabinet lighting, stain-
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breakfast bar, glass front cabinets and cus-
tom ceramic tile backsplash. The'oversized
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shower. Enjoy relaxing on the extended
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and lighting. During the evening hours, the
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illuminating the homes front exterior.
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PEP talk


Kelly wins award
wrom Watson Realty
CLERMONT Mr. Bill Watson Jr.,
Chairman of the Board and Founder of
watson Realty Corp. and Ed Foreman,
residentt of Watson Realty Corp. awarded
Mary Kelly, Manager of the Clermont
.Watson Office, The 2008 Manager of the
.*ar Award on Feb. 7 at the Annual
resident'ss Meeting in St. Augustine.
:;'Kelly received the award in recognition
A her tremendous leadership, support .
id contribution to the growth and suc- Kelly
Ass of Watson Realty Corp.
:-The Clermont Watson Office sold more properties in
2008 than any other Real Estate Company in Lake
0unty according to TRENDGRAPHIX, Inc.
Z-Watson Realty's 1,200 plus sales associates, 450
ployees and 39 sales offices serving Northeast and
central Florida as well as South Georgia are committed
Suffering Legendary Quality Service and are united as a
,eam behind a dynamic leader whose vision permeates
each office. That vision, always putting the customer
first and going a "step beyond," has made Watson Realty
Corp. the area's #1 service-oriented real estate firm, year
after year.

Lennar opens Clermont office
-"CLERMONT Lennar recently opened another central
Florida division office in Clermont at 2955 Heritage Hills
Blvd. in the Heritage Hills community off U.S. Hwy. 27.
For more information about the new office contact Paul
V. Brooks, Lennar Director of Sales & Marketing-Orlando
at 407 475-6621, or Mark Metheny, Lennar Division
President, Central Florida at 813 769-5277.

Brooks appointed to director post
for division of Lennar
ORLANDO Lennar's Central Florida Division, which
builds new homes in 32 communities including,
Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, Polk, Osceola, Orange,
Lake, Seminole and Brevard counties, has appointed Paul
,V. Brooks director of sales and marketing in the Orlando
;ea. Mark Metheny, president of the Central Florida
N4vision of Lennar, said Brooks has been with Lennar for
ore than three years, has more than 20 years of experi-
:ce in real estate and attended Duke University in
northh Carolina.

fRA Breese, Craft & Hensley LLC
bame principal broker
.ERA Breese, Craft & Hensley LLC, has been named a
jincipal member of the Cartus Broker Network. ERA


People, Events and Places in Real Estate

Breese, Craft & Hensley LLC has 130 agents in 3 offices
throughout the Greater Orlando metropolitan area.
Network brokers are responsible for, among other things,
the effective marketing of real estate on behalf of Cartus'
clients, and the delivery of Top Blockl service to its cus-
tomers.
According to Deborah Williams, senior vice president
of Cartus Supply Chain Management, ERA Breese, Craft
& Hensley LLC will take on an important role in provid-
ing real estate services to Cartus clients. The decision to
make the firm a Network Broker in the market was based
on their strong performance and a shared commitment
to Cartus business and its customer goals.
John A. Craft, III (Pete), Broker for ERA Breese, Craft &
Hensley LLC, said the relationship with Cartus brings
with it increased responsibility and additional opportuni-
ties to the firm. "This move makes a tremendous state-
ment about our company. Cartus is an industry leader in
relocation. The fact that we were chosen as a Principal
Broker speaks highly to our reputation as a real estate
firm in this competitive market."
Williams stressed the critical role that the Cartus
Network Brokers play in the company's ability to support
clients and their transferring employees. "The real estate
brokers that make up our Network must provide the very
best in service delivery, meeting and maintaining strin-
gent performance standards. ERA Breese, Craft & Hensley
LLC meets those standards. We are proud to be associat-
ed with them and look forward to a long and effective
relationship," Williams said.
The Cartus Broker Network is the nation's leading net-
work of more than 375 Principal and 600 Associate bro-
kers, market-dominant real estate companies that serve
the clients and customers of Cartus. Cartus Corporation
is the premier provider of global mobility management
and workforce development solutions serving the corpo-
rate, government and affinity markets. Through its
industry-leading outsourcing, consulting, intercultural
and language training, Cartus helps the mobile work-
forces of organizations of all sizes achieve success world-
wide. With 50 years of. experience, Cartus helps clients
achieve cost reductions and enhances service perform-
ance to accomplish their organizational objectives.
Cartus, formerly known as Cendant Mobility is part of
Realogy, a publicly traded company. For more informa-
tion visit www.cartus.com for more information.

Thousands of Floridians now
safer from storms due to
innovative home-hardening
program
TALLAHASSEE James King, a Sarasota homeowner, is
one of more than 26,000 Floridians whose home has
been strengthened to better, withstand hurricane damage
with grant funds through the My Safe Florida Home
(MSFH) program. The MSFH program has provided nearly
400,000 free wind inspections and approved nearly


39,000 grants to help homeowners harden their homes
against hurricanes.
"We feel fortunate to have this grant and to have
established a safer residence which not-only benefits us
but everyone else living within our community and in
the state," said King in a letter to Florida Chief Financial
Officer Alex Sink, whose department oversees the pro-
gram.
"State lawmakers created the MSFH program to help
Floridians better protect their property and families
against catastrophic storms and financial devastation,"
said CFO Sink. "In two years, we have achieved this goal
and more by fostering a culture of mitigation in our
state."
In 2007, the Florida Legislature directed the MSFH pro-
gram to inspect at least 400,000 site-built, single-family,
residential properties and provide grants to at least
35,000 qualified homeowners by June 30, 2009. The first-
come, first-serve program received over 425,000 requests
for the free wind inspection.
To date, over 391,000 Floridians have received a free
wind inspection and report through the MSFH program.
The free report suggests ways homeowners can harden
their homes against storm damage, and details if they are
eligible to save money on their wind insurance premi-
ums. Of homes inspected, approximately 56 percent of
homeowners were eligible for an average savings of $220
on their hurricane insurance. The MSFH program expects
to inspect 400,000 homes by March 1, 2009.
"We knew homeowners would be eligible forinsurance
discounts on their wind insurance premiums if they took
steps to harden their homes," said CFO Sink. "But we
were delighted to find more than $46.9 million in poten-
tial insurance savings for Floridians based on the current
structure of their homes. During these difficult economic
times, an extra $220 in your pocket can go a long way."
Chris Peeke, who lives in Lakeland, shared this com-
ment about the inspection he received: "As a result of
the My Safe Florida Home program, my more than
$2,700 insurance premium was reduced, which will cer-
tainly help in our troubled economic times."
To date, the MSFH program, with assistance from local
governments and non-profits, has approved nearly
39,000 homeowners for mitigation grants. Of those
approved, 26,383 homes have been strengthened with
grant funds totaling $88 million.
CFO Sink has detailed the results of the MSFH program
in an annual report submitted to the Legislature. For
more information about the program or to obtain a copy
of the annual report, log on to
www.MySafeFloridaHome.com/education.asp.
As a statewide elected officer of the Florida Cabinet,
Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink oversees the
Department of Financial Services, a multi-division state
agency responsible for management of state funds and
unclaimed property, assisting consumers who request
information and help related to financial services, and
investigating financial fraud. CFO Sink also serves as the
State Fire Marshal.


REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS


oBeverley M. Johnson and Wilfred Crump to Deutche
RJcky G. Johnson to Beverley Bank Nati Trust Co Tr,
hnson, Lts 45, 46 BIk F Ocala Soundview Home Loan Trust
^'rest Campsites No 4, $10.00 2006 Opt2 Asset Backed


Christina Visser to U S


Certificate, Lt 394 Spring Vly


Bank Na Tr, Lt 7 Green VlyW, Ph 7, $128,000.
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Alan Odell and Mark Odell,
Lt 53 Kingston Park, $10.
Eugene A. Gatch andl
Sadie M. Gatch to Carrol E.
Gatch and Renelda M.
Gatch, Pt Int 6-19-27, $10.
Highland Holdings Inc. to
Landmark Investors Group I
LLC, Lt 105 Whitemarsh,
$18,300.
Beverly A. Kennedy to
Wells Fargo Bank Na Tr
Harborview 2006 12, Lt 27
Village At Black Bear Reserve,
$146,900.
Interval Club Holdings Inc.
to Summer Bay Ptr, Un 107
208 Wk 32 Villas At Summer
Bay, $13,350.
interval Club Holdings Inc.
to Summer Bay Ptr, Un 108
102 Wk 2 Summer Isles Condo


I, $8,420.
Robert L. Witte and Diane
J. Witte to Kirkland, Mary M
Ind And Tr, Mary M Kirkland
Revocable Trust, Lt 6067
Villages Of Lady Lk Un 22,
$180,000.
Baragona Properties Inc. to
Dave Indar, Lts 44, 45 Blk 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.
Luther C. Jones Tr And Life
Est and Luther C. Jones
Family Trust to Luther C.
Jones, Lt 18 Valencia Terrace,
$10.
Deborah Lynn Bucchino
to Luther C. Jones Family Trust
and Jones, Luther C. Tr And


Life Est, Lt 18 Valencia Terrace, Groveland, $10.,
$10. Sharlene Moberly and


Baragona Properties Inc.to
Dave Indar to Pt Lt 13
Edwards Newtown Addition,
$30,000.
Sievers, Betty L. to John H.


Cecil C. Moberly to Betty M.
Moberly, Lt 55 Western Shores
Sub First Addition, $10.
Tammy Sage to
Citifinancial Mtg Co Inc., Lt 6


Sievers Sr., Lts 25-28 BIk 50 Mt Somerset Ests Ph I, $177,200.


Plymouth, $85,000.
Diane J. Fields to Aurora
Loan Svcs LLC, Lt 1 BIk B
Rainbow Ridge, $94,900.
Mabil Mida Konian and
Billy John Childress to Pulte
Home Corp., Lt 68 Verde Ridge
Un 1, $149,900.
Burns, Natasha and
Janneta Wilks to KB Home
Orlando LLC, Lt 327 Southern
Fields Ph III, $171,238.
Kirsty Helton to Dale Robert
Pitts, Lts 7-9 BIk 129


Robert Hicksto Lasalle Bank
Na Tr, First Franklin Mtg Loan
Trust 2007 Ffl Mtg Loan Asset
Backed, Lt 111 Cherryridge At
Ests At Cherry Lk, $125,000.
Gene Layman Tr, Donna
, Barnabe Tr, Donna Barnabe
Revocable Trust to Byron
Faudie, Metes And Bounds,
$39,000.
Spring Ridge Ests LLC to K
Hovnanian Cambridge Homes
LIc, Lts 102, 106, 122 Spring
Ridge Ests, $30,000.


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These days, prospective buyers
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are interested three or four more
times before they finally decide to
make an offer. With the permission
and support of their customers,
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A6 additional one acre Is available for purchase. This home has everything for potluck dinner, men's club and women's club. This is a great community to call home.
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PROPERTY TRANSFERS


LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: Like new, 2
master BR, den, 2.5 car garage. LISTING PRICE: $278,000
SELLING PRICE: $235,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: The
Plantation at Leesburg Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Terry Ward, Century 21 Camelot.


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LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: Golf course LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: Golf course
views, 2BR/2BA, den, 2 car garage, paver bricks. LISTING frontage, 2BR/2BA, great room, 1.5 car garage. LISTING
PRICE: $177,000 SELLING PRICE: $155,000 LISTING AGENT PRICE: $159,000 SELLING PRICE: $145,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Cary Fier, The Plantation at Leesburg Realty. & OFFICE: Cary Fier, The Plantation at Leesburg Realty.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Mark Brooks, The Plantation at SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Adriana Skoloda, The
Leesburg Realty. Plantation at Leesburg Realty.


LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: One of a kind
golf course frontage! 3BR/2BA, Lanai, 2+ car garage. LISTING
PRICE: $187,000 SELLING PRICE: $184,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Mark Brooks, The Plantation at Leesburg Realty.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Mark Brooks, The Plantation at
Leesburg Realty.


LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: Golf course
frontage, 2BR/2BA, great room, 1.5 car garage. LISTING
PRICE: $159,000 SELLING PRICE: $148,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Adriana Skoloda, The Plantation at Leesburg
Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Adriana Skoloda, The
Plantation at Leesburg Realty.


LOCATION: 10206 Granite Court, Leesburg FEATURES:
3BR/2.5BA, 1,829 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $150,000 SELLING
PRICE. $140,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Carole
Thompson, ERA Neil Fischer Realty. SELLING AGENT &
OFFICE: Cindy Wheeler, ERA Neil Fischer Realty.


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LOCATION: 14 Brigadoon Circle, Leesburg FEATURES:
2BR/2BA, 1,304 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $169,900 SELLING
PRICE: $155,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Cindy Wheeler,
ERA Neil Fischer Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Team
Jenkins, ERA Neil Fischer Realty.


LOCATION: 311 East Lemon Street, Eustis FEATURES:
2BR/2BA, 814 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $49,500 SELLING
PRICE: $39,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Ian Drummond,
,ERA Neil Fischer Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Ian
Drummond, ERA Neil Fischer Realty.


LOCATION: 35930 Sackamaxon Drive, Mt. Plymouth
FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 1,208 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $88,000
SELLING PRICE: $82,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Leah
Mason, ERA Neil Fischer Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Leah Mason, ERA Neil Fischer Realty.


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THIS BEAUTIFUL ALL-BRICK LAKEFRONT HOME
FRONTS ON A FANTASTIC SPRING-FED LAKE
OVERLOOKING SCENIC PASTURES.


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fabulous home! 3/2, formal rooms, 2+CG,
brick pavers! 5.o, i. :.: ],


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rooms, florida room plus caged lanai, extended
garage! The home of your dreams! ;i ,


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car garage! ; ,,I







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money left over to play! Updated 2 bdrm, 2
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"; '.l'tE iliCA ''; at the end of the cul-
de-sac! 3/2, formal rooms, 2CG, beautiful
views of front greenery. $199.,000


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bath, den, screened room, golf cart &
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views out back! Double master, den, large
kitchen, 1.5 car garage, storage. i14S3.000







..- -.. LEAUTY on Planter's Pond! 2/2,
nook + formal DR, manufactured with a
rare garage! + separate golf cart garage!
Put your deposit down today! $112,900


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The Plantation is our Specialty!
Call or e-mail for a tour or an info packet


Three bedrooms, two baths: Spacious inside utility room. This home is highlighted by
spacious formal dining and living.rooms that overlook Lake Diane. Both the living and
dining rooms have very attractive wood floors that flow through the spacious living
room, foyer, and dining room. The living room fireplace will be perfect for those cold
winter evenings.
There is a spacious master, suite and an oversize double-car garage. The large utility
room will be very useful. The highly efficient kitchen has attractive wood cabinets.
Drapes and window coverings are included, making it easy to move in first, then deco-
rate to your taste.
Move from-the family room to the tile floor of the awning-covered patio, then pick
grapefruit for your breakfast during the season. Ready to move in.
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