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No money, but
some face time
STALLAHASSEE State Rep.
Dave Murzin: Out of the
office, in a committee' meet-
ing.
Strike one.
Rep. Jennifer Carroll: In
the same committee meet-
ing.
Strike,two.
-Lake County Days the
two-day lobbying effort
organized by the Lake
County Chamber Alliance -
is sometimes a hit-or-miss
endeavor. Even meetings
scheduled weeks-in advance
can be blown off at the
behest of legislative sched-
ule-makers.

Health A7
-- The Lake County
Health Department has
scheduled free flu shots
from 2:30 4:30 p.m. this
afternoon at the Mascotte
trvic Center, 121 N. Sunset
AMe., 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 All
-- Congregation Sinai has
scheduled the annual
Interfaith Brotherhood
Service at 8 p.m. this
evening at Jenkins
Auditorium, W Montrose,
:Clermont. Members of the
;cergy from 25 area church-
es have been invited and
;have been asked to invite
members of their congrega-
tions. All members of the
cOmmunity are also invited.
Leisure B2
-- The Clermont Garden
Club Library is scheduled
to-re-open from 9 a.m. to
noon on Monday and
every Monday until June.


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CLERMONT- A wildfire that rapidly burned
more than 1,000 acres over the weekend is still
being monitored for hot spots and flare-ups in
an area near State Road 50 and County Road
561.
On Monday, signs were posted warning driv-
ers of fog and heavy smoke.
"Our biggest concern now is ongoing smoke
along the highway," said Forestry Supervisor
Ray Lovett that ana cars parked alongside the
roads or medians as people take photos, he said.
Officials said that although the fire has been
contained, trees near the road are still sizzling.
Since they've been partially burned, they pose a
greater chance of falling and sparking new fires.
Lovett said crews will be sent in each day to
scope out the area, and called on residents to
notify emergency personnel if they notice any-
thing.
The blaze started within a 50-acre patch about
noon Sunday and by 6 p.m., Lake County Fire
Rescue, The Division of Forestry and units from
Clermont, Mascotte and Groveland were work-
ing to secure nearby homes where the fire had
jumped across CR 561.
The cause of the fire is undetermined.
"This is what we do and it's that time of .year.


Top Lake Counry Fire Pescue Firefighter Kathy Edwards pulls a hose and monitors a brusn fire along S R. 50 on
Monday, The fire Droke out Sundav afternoon and turned one thousand acres around C R. 561 and S.R 50 in
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State CFO:

Stimulus

may not

stem deficit
DAVID DONALD
Staff Writer
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS Any
money the state receives from the
nearly $800 billion federal stimu-
lus package likely will not fill the
state's budget gap, said Alex Sink,
the state's chief financial officer.
Sink spoke to business and com-
munity leaders at 'a business
roundtable luncheon Friday at
Mission Inn Resort. The round-
table was sponsored by Sunrise
Arq, a nonprofit organization that
aims to help adults with disabili-
ties.
Declining sales tax revenues and
a crumbling housing market have
left the state economy in sham-
bles. The state is expecting to
have to trim $5 to $6 billion from
next year's budget.
After legislators raided trust
funds over the last two years to
balance the budget, the state's
savings accounts have run dry.
"We've broken all the piggy'
banks for next year's budget,"
Sink said. "These revenues are not
available."
School districts, law enforce-
ment, health services and non-
profits no longer insulated -
expect greater cuts to their
money.
Sink said it's not a question of
if, but how much.
The Lake County School
District, for example, is expecting
to cut $25 to $30 million from the!
2009-10 budget. That cut could
affect teachers, bus drivers and
students.
Sink encouraged residents to
contact their legislators to let]
them know what their communi-!
ty's priorities are.
Money from the stimulus pack-!
age could temper the state cuts.
The state is expecting to receive
$10 to $12 billion from the spend-!
ing package singed by President!
Barack Obama this week.
Sink said Gov. Charlie Crist is!
combing through the stimulus toi
identify how much money could;
be used to supplement the state's'
general fund. But there's "not'
enough there to completely close!
the gap," she said.
The stimulus is complicated and
there are a lot of strings attached
to the money, Sink said.
But as the state's chief fiscal
watchdog, Sink said the stimulus
has numerous accountability and
transparency provisions for how
money spending is reported.


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Minority officers talk about diversity at the sheriffs office


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MILLARD K. IVES
Staff Writer
Linda Green began her law enforce-
ment career at the Lake County Sheriffs
Office almost 14 years ago, when most
women in the department were filling
secretarial roles.
Green, whose jobs included secretary
and full-time housewife prior to joining
the department in 1994, made another
mark for women in the department last
month when she was promoted to lieu-
tenant the first woman to achieve that
rank there on the law enforcement side.
Green now oversees the criminal
investigation unit of 30 detectives -
which includes 25 men.
"I like to think women in the depart-
ment and outside can look at this and
feel anyone can move up through the
ranks," said the 51-year-old Lt. Green.
Green's promotion comes just a couple
months after the first woman ran for
sheriff in Lake County. In the sheriffs
office, women comprise 78 of the 514
sworn officers between the law enforce-
ment and corrections side; of the 222
officers on the law enforcement side,
Green is one of 34 women. But Green
said she's never felt discriminated against
or harassed.
"I've always felt accepted," she said.
Green moved up to lieutenant in
January during a special promotion cere-
mony with about a dozen other employ-
ees.
Her rank is just one rung below cap-
tain, the rank which starts the sheriffs
command staff.
During the promotion ceremony in
January, Gerry Montalvo was promoted
from lieutenant to captain, making him
the first Hispanic to reach that rank
while adding more diversity to the com-
mand staff.
Montalvo said he thinks his promo-
tion is significant in a county where
Hispanics are just below 10 percent of the
population.
"I think it's important that the com-
mand staff has someone who the
Hispanic population feels is helping to
represent them," Montalvo said.
Montalvo is one of 26 Hispanic
deputies at the department -- law
enforcement and corrections where
out of the 514 officers, 444 are white, 36


are black and three are "unknown."
Sheriff Gary Borders said that while he
feels it is important for a law enforce-
ment office to have somewhat of a reflec-
tion of the community it represents, he
feel it's more important to hire or pro-
mote the most qualified candidates.
"Everyone here has an equal chance
and opportunity to get hired and move
through the ranks, as long as they are
qualified," Borders said.
Greeft said, "If you do the work, you're
going to get promoted."
"You are going to get where you're
going on your credentials," Green said.
Capt. Leroy Oliver was one of two
black deputies when he joined the sher-
iffs office in 1973 at a time when
black deputies only patrolled black
neighborhoods.
He previously had been the first black
officer at the. Leesburg Police
Department. Oliver became the first
black lieutenant at the sheriff's office and
is now the command staff's lone black
officer. He is set to retire this year.
He said during his attempts to help the
department recruit, he's discovered that
blacks have not been knocking down the
door to get hired at the sheriff's office.
He said many blacks who are interest-
ed in joining law enforcement seek jobs
with city police departments because
they usually pay higher.
"I wouldn't say it's discrimination, just
a lack of interest among blacks," Oliver
said.
He added that the lack of blacks apply-
ing to the sheriffs office may have some-
thing to do with former sheriff Willis
Virgil McCall, who served seven consec-.
utive terms starting in 1944 and ending
with a narrowly-lost re-election bid in
1972. Oliver said McCall had a reputa-
tion for being rough with minorities.
In 1972, McCall was indicted by a.
grand jury on charges of beating and
kicking to death a black prisoner named
Tommy Vickers. An all-white jury in
Ocala found McCall innocent.
"McCall really turned off a lot of
blacks from wanting to join the depart-
ment," said Oliver, who added he tem-
'porarily left the department when
McCall's son became sheriff.


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We all know it's coming and
we are prepared for it," said
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structures that were threat-
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On Monday, residents
near the areas still sizzling
were watering their yards as
a precaution.
George Hovis, who lives
off Thompson Place where
the fire jumped across 561
Sunday afternoon, said he
and his wife were evacuated
and were not let back into'
their home until late
Monday morning.
Hovis said Monday's


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seen for miles, is nothing
compared to Sunday when
the fire was at its peak.
"The smoke itself was
telling us we were going to
be in serious trouble real
soon if something wasn't
done," Hovis said. "Then a
of a sudden, it started corn
ing across at us and the
only thing that saved us
was the direction of the
wind."
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fighters fought a fire of
almost the same size in the
same area, but it did not
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ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer


MINNEOLA If Mickey
Rourke had won the Oscar
for best actor for the movie
"The Wrestler" tonight, there
would have been some cele-
bratory screaming coming
from Florida on his behalf.
"This Sunday, I'll be in
Sarasota with my family at a
big event, watching the
Academy Awards from a
huge theater. My heart will
be racing, my pulse will be
flying, and I won't be able to
breathe when they announce
i Best;Actor," wrote Vale Anoai
in a weekly column she does
for lwrestling.com.
"If I hear those words, 'And
the Oscar goes. to...Mickey
.Rourke,' I swear, I'll burst
into tears and squeal so loud-
ly that the screen' will shat-
ter."
Vale Anoai, 23, is the
daughter of WWE Hall of
Famer Afa "'The' Wild
Samoan" Anoai. She was cast
as a pharmacist in "The
Wrestler" as part of a deal
made by director Darren
Aronofsky that brought Afa
on board as a trainer and
wrestling consultant for the
movie.
Another part of. the deal
was that some of Afa's stu-
dents from The Wild Samoan
Training Center in Leesburg
would be be cast in bit parts.
The training center is run in
conjunction with his non-
profit organization that
keeps children off the streets.
Afa said he asked for those
things because his family and
students are such important
things in his life.
Of his job as Rourke's train-
er, Afa said he was very hon-
ored. And so began what
turned into more than just a
glory job, but a true friend-
ship.
Afa said Nicolas Cage was
first cast in the lead role as
Randy "The Ram" Robinson
in the movie, but he left two
.days after training started.


Mickey Rourke was then
given the role and, according
to Afa, "worked very hard to
learn how to do what we do."
Vale said that on the set,
'once Rourke caught on to
what wrestling entailed and
all the training it took, he
not only developed respect
for the art, but was good at it.
"Everything you see him
(Rourke) doing in the movie
is really him doing it, even
the hardcore stuff," Vale said.
Since training together, Afa
and Rourke have become
friends and keep in touch
daily, which explains why
Afa, Vale and the rest of the
family will be watching the
awards with such personal
anticipation tonight.
Afa Anoai, who is from the
American Samoa in the
South Pacific, became a
household name to wrestling
' fans in the early 1980s as half
of "The Wild Samoans," the
three-time World Wrestling
Federation (now WWE) tag-
team champions.
In her column, Vale talked
about watching the first
wrestling scene being filmed.
The scene is a WXW show,
and she said she hid behind
the concession stand so she
wouldn't be seen on camera.
"Dad was always RIGHT
there at ringside between
takes, ready to assist or talk to
Mickey in any way neces-
sary," she wrote. "When you
watch the movie, after he
wins the match, you see him
blow a kiss and smile in the
direction of the concession
stand.
"He was thanking Dad,
who was sitting just off cam-
era, proudly smiling back at
him."
The feeling is mutual.
"I am very, very proud of
him," Afa said of Rourke.
"And it freaks me out and it's
so touching, because he's this
great actor and from day one,
he's called me and talked to
me like we've known each
other for years.


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Evening meetings to mull debt?

If adopted, more people could comment on fate of new judicial center complex


BENJAMIN ROODE
Staff Writer
-Members of the public will
gave more opportunity than
usual to voice their opinions
4if county commissioners
decide to incur more debt to
gay for the new judicial center
Sdmplex.
-.On Tuesday, commissioners
committedd to hosting an
eZening public hearing if they
ldcide to go further into debt
td pay for the judicial center
fioject.
- Commissioner Jimmy
Ebnner, who made the
request, also asked county
t~tff to prepare financing
plans for $47 million, $60 mil-
lion, $70 million and $80 mil-
lion price tags.


Staff did not set a date for
the hearing as commissioners
have not decided how to pro-
ceed with phase two of the
project, which was slated to
cost about $95 million.
Lake has about $47 million
available for the project right
now. Part of that money is car-
ryover from the first phase of
downtown construction: a
parking garage and new build-
ing housing the county tax
collector and property
appraiser. Commissioners also
committed $11 million from
the county's general fund for
construction.
Commissioners put the judi-
cial project out for bids earlier
this month to see if a
depressed building market
could help prices come in


below the $95 million price
tags.
But previous plans for the
entire downtown project
included Lake issuing two sets
of bonds totaling $180 mil-
lion. The county issued $90
million in bonds when it
began the parking garage and
tax building.
Slumping sales ta.x revenues
have reduced the amount
Lake can borrow through the
bonds, further calling into
question how it will pay for
the judicial center project.
Conner said the funding
plans he requested should
give a better picture of how
much and how the county
would pay for the judicial cen-
ter.


County against local


plans to pump rivers


BENJAMIN ROODE
staff Writer
TAVARES Lake County is opposing
plans by local municipalities and other
surrounding governments to pull water
from various nearby rivers.
Some in attendance at Tuesday's
county commission meeting wanted
commissioners to expand the opposi-
tion beyond challenging only with-
drawals from the St. Johns and
Ocklawaha rivers and include protec-
tion for the Harris and Clermont
chains of lakes. Commissioners
stopped short of adding those water-
ways to their resolution.
The move is a reaction to prelimi-
nary, conceptual plans by cities to pull
water from surface areas.


All Central Florida water utilities
looking to renew or expand their
groundwater permits with the St. John$
River Water Management District mus
denote an alternative water supply
project they plan to support. Many arI
looking to surface waters including
the county's namesake lakes to fulfilI
those requirements. Others are sup;
porting desalination plant proposals o,
Florida's two coasts.
The cities of Leesburg, Mount Dor
and Deland pitched to St. Johns o
cials earlier this month plans that
involve pumping water from the St.
Johns and Ocklawaha rivers for drinks
ing water purposes. That water woull
be piped throughout Lake, Mariort
Seminole, Volusia, Orange and otha~
counties for use.


No money, but


a little face time


County delegates head to the

capitoll to lobby lawmakers
BENJAMIN ROODE
Staff Writer
'TALLAHASSEE State Rep. Dave Murzin: Out of the office,
a committee meeting.
-Strike one.
-Rep. Jennifer Carroll: In the same committee meeting.
-Strike two.
-Lake County Days the two-day lobbying effort organized
by the Lake County Chamber Alliance is sometimes a hit-
Or-miss endeavor. Even meetings scheduled weeks in advance
Can be blown off at the behest of legislative schedule-makers.
: For one of the two Lake County groups pushing Lake's eco-
fomic development agenda Wednesday in Tallahassee, the
game of finding a legislator and making one's pitch proved
difficult early in the day. Two of their three contacts were out
6f the office for the scheduled appointment, leaving legisla-
five aides to hear Lake's concerns.
:-Their third swing was a hit: Freshman representative Steve
Crisafulli, R-Merritt Island, shared Lake's hopes that state leg-
islators can speed up state approvals for development, some
of which take years. Anything Tallahassee can do for local
business should be a priority.
"I think it's just a good, business-friendly way to go,"
Crisafulli said of speeding up the permitting process.
It's that little bit of face time participants in Lake County
Days were looking for on their two-day junket. Making over-
tires now, before legislators go into what could prove to be
another contentious, cut-filled session for the legislature,
could save some state dollars for Lake projects or program-
ming.
Trying to catch legislators and other state officials in the
run-up to the Florida Legislature's regular session slated to
begin' March 2 can be trying, as many with the 'group
found out Wednesday. Transportation gurtts sought each
member of the Florida Senate's transportation committee and
actually spoke with a few. Those meetings rarely focused on
take County projects, though, said T.J. Fish, executive direc-
for of the Lake-Sumter MPO.
"'We didn't talk about programs back in Lake County
because they didn't want to hear it," Fish said. Regional proj-
ects already on the docket, like the SunRail Central Florida
Commuter rail project along the Interstate 4 corridor, were a
$a'fer topic to support, Fish said.
,That's a reaction that even legislators get for their own proj-
ets, said freshman representative Marlene O'Toole, R-The
Villages. She told the group at breakfast Wednesday that even
legislators are told there's no wiggle room in the state budget.
; "Right now, the -skinny is if you bring a bill in front of any-
body that has (new spending), don't bother," O'Toole said.
.Legislators will have about $5 to $6 billion more to cut from
this year's spending before they can make up next year's state
budget, Senate President Jeff Atwater told Lake delegates
Wednesday morning. Asking for monetary help will get local
delegates nowhere when trying to plead cases for road proj-
ects or other help.
- With spending caveats on their minds, Lake County Days
participants focused on what legislators shouldn't do: Cut
effective programs and pass down spending mandates 'to the
local le.el.
',.Maintaining statewide programs for business recruiting and
funding job training was tops on Lake's economic agenda.
The state should eliminate caps on the amount raised for the
State Housing Initiative Program, the one that helps pay
down payments on affordable housing, said Kelly Pisciotta,
spokeswoman for Lake and Sumter's Habitat for Humanity
chapter. Cuts must be as shallow as possible for school fund-
trig, said school board member Larry Metz and superintend-
ent Susan Moxley.
;: That legislators were willing to meet with local representa-
tives was encouraging, said Chuck Mojock, president of Lake-
Sdmter Community College. The lack of concrete promises in
the face of billions in state cuts was not.
"They were very gracious with their time," Mojock said.
"But not with their money."


GOP blasts stimulus at annual dinnneri


MILLARD K. IVES
Staff Writer
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS -
Republicans slammed the
federal stimulus package and
what they called other
bailouts, buyoffs and payoffs
of the Democratic adminis-
tration during their annual
Lincoln Day Dinner on
Saturday night.
Florida's State Attorney
General Bill McCollum was
one of three keynote speakers
for the Lake County


Republican Executive
Committee's 35th annual
event at the Mission Inn
Resort in Howey-in-the-Hills.
He criticized' President
Obama Barack economics -
days after the commander in
chief signed his $787 billion
economic stimulus plan into
law.
McCollum, a former
Republican Congressman,
cited how in 1939 that Henry
Morgenthau Jr., the Secretary
of the Treasury for President


Franklin D. Roosevelt, admit-
ted that the New Deal had
failed to get the country of
out the depression.
"Whenever we talk about
stimulus plans or whatever
else, the Democrats don't
know how to do the econo-
my," McCollum said. "They
are in the process of making
it worse and making a mess."
Former House Speaker
Marco Rubio also took the
podium. The Republican
bashed those in government
who promote that only the
government can get them
out of the country's econom-
ic spiral
"I wish that President
Obama was right that
through laws and spending,
we can restore and keep for
the next generation what was
given to us, I wish that it was
true," he said.
Rubio, of Cuban descent,
pointed out that there are
countries around the world
that have tried it countries
in which people want to
escape from.
"Why would we ever


"l wish that President ;
Obama was right that
through laws and
spending, we can
restore and keep for
the next generation
what was given to us. I-
wish that it was true."
Former Florida House
Speaker Marco Rubio~
implement the economic
policies of places that people
jump fences to get awat
from," Rubio said.
Former State Senator
Daniel Webster questioned
how could the country co
trol run-away spending,
bailouts, buyoffs, and payoff
- all in the name of helping
the economy.
",How do we undo the
socialism that has crept into
this country," he said. "We
need a revival of principles,

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Death Notices
Dale H. Adams
Dale H. Adams, 56, of
Clermont died Monday, Feb.
23, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Elbert R. Alexander
Elbert R. Alexander, 80, of
Winter Garden died
Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Groveland.
Raymond Beighey Sr.
Raymond Roy Beighey Sr.,
83, of Clermont died
Wednesday, Feb. .18, 2009.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Lavern S. Cameron
Lavern S. Cameron, 62, of
Groveland died Thursday,
Feb. 19, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Groveland.
Loretta Ellen Laura
Loretta Ellen Laura, 89, of
Clermont died Friday, Feb.
20, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Clara May Lee Loro
Clara May Lee Loro, 77, of
Clermont died Monday, Feb.
16, 2009. Brewer and Sons


Funeral Home, Clermont.
James L. McFatter Jr.
James Luther McFatter Jr.,
59, of Clermont died Sunday,
Feb. 15, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Frank Robison Mickler
Frank Robison Mickler, 96.
1/2, of Orlando died Sunday,
Feb. 22, 2009. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Groveland.
Sylvia Reiss
Sylvia Reiss, 88, of
Clermont died Monday, Feb.
23, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Robert Jeffrey Teetzel
Robert Jeffrey Teetzel, 52,
of Clermont died Friday, Feb.
13, 2009. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Harriet E. Thomas
Harriet Elizabeth Thomas,
88, of Leesburg died Sunday,
Feb. 22, 2009. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Alton F. Thompson
Alton Franklin Thompson,
73, of Groveland died
Monday, Feb. 16, 2009.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Groveland.


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Getting a charge out of electric vehicles


Imagine pulling up to a refueling
station in your battery-run golf
cart and plugging it in to recharge
the battery.
You'll be able todo that soon in
downtown Eustis.he city will be
the first in central Florida to erect a
solar-powered charging station for
electric vehicles, such as electric cars,
golf carts, Segways or motor scooters.
In fact, if you head to Eustis and
Clifford streets in Eustis next week-
end, you'll be able to see a prototype
of the RubeStation, as it's being
called.
Just look for RubeLab on the
Green, a green festival that will be
showcasing alternative transporta-
tion solutions. It's being held in con-
junction with the city's annual
GeorgeFest.
The RubeStation is the brainchild
of a non-profit incubator based in
Eustis called RubeLab, a center for


environmental innovation. Its
founders saw the Golden Triangle
area (Eustis, Tavares and Mount
Dora) as an excellent test bed for
developing a local transportation
system that would create a new eco-
nomical and fun way to travel
around the three cities.
"It's a pretty exciting time to see
the first project come to life," said
Eustis Commissioner Bill Ferree, who
also is one of the founders of
.RubeLab. He said he hopes the con-
struction of this recharging station
leads to more opportunities in terms
of alternative transportation.
The RubeStation looks like a bus
stop-type shelter with approximately
143 square feet of solar panels on
the roof. (The solar panels will not
be on the prototype at next week-
end's festival.) You'll see three golf
cart-sized parking spaces in a normal
one-car spot with parking meter-


style plug-ins. In the future, the
RubeStation should be able to returti
power to the electricity grid when
it's not drawing power.
"It really is the first of its kind,"
said RubeLab board member Joan
Bryant. "Eustis is on the cutting
edge."
The city of San Francisco is plan-
ning to develop infrastructure to
allow rapid adoption of electric vehil
des for use in the San Francisco and
Bay area. The RubeStation could .
become an integral part of that. But,
wouldn't it be great to see it happen
in this area first, on a smaller scale?
"The station is part of the whole
picture for more greener, cleaner,
smarter, transportation infrastruc-
ture," Ferree said. "It's a consensus eg
things to come."
We get a charge out the whole
idea.


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Shopping Cart Race
Dog Jog
Grand Parade
Rubelab on the Green,
a green festival showcasing
transportation solutions
Festival Continues
Live Entertainment by
Chillers Beach Band &
Jason Strong
Top Dawg Contest
Celebrity Hot Dog Eating


FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA! 2:30 pm Cherry Pie Eating Contest
Grande Fireworks 3:00 pm Canoe & Kayak Races
4:30 pm Citrus Squeeze
"Ori's Night of Light" 5-9 pm Car Cruise-In.
Sponsored by: Gesa Tzimon Live Entertainment by
Johnny & Evelyn Smith Shepherd's Pie
In Memory of Son & Grandson, Ori Barto SUNDAY, MARCH 1ST
(Rain Date Saturday Night) 11-4 pm Rubelab on the Green
12-5 pm Festival Continues
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TO VOLUNTEER


NEWS BRIEF


2009


,GeorgeFest


-- 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 interested 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 sponsoring the chal-
lenge and proceeds will benefit
Groveland Elementary School. An appli-
cation is available at www.pigonthep-
ond.org'


BUSINESS BRIEF


-- A "Spin-A-Thon" event, sponsored by
Gold's Gym has been added to the Pig on
the Pond festival. Money raised will ben-
efit Scholarships and Educational
Programs in south Lake County. A six
hour long marathon cycling group exer-
cise program will be a day of fun for both
men and women of all ages and fitness
levels. For more information or to regis-
ter, call Terry or Cyndi at Gold's Gym,
394-2210.
-- Caribbean Business Links has sched-
uled meetings from 6:30 8:30 p.m. the
last Tuesday of the month at the Watson
Realty Bldg. on the second floor.
Caribbean Business Links, a Clermont-
based group that seeks to bring
Caribbean business owners together to
create opportunities for business develop-


ment and referrals, while sponsoring
community events to highlight the rich
history and culture of the Caribbean.
Refreshments will be provided by Golden
Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill. To make'
a reservation; call 552-4321 or e-mail
Caribbeanbusinesslinks@yahoo.com
-- Raymond James Financial Services,
Inc. has scheduled a series of Financial
Management Workshops. The workshops,
are free and will cover a wide variety of'
investment and economic subject. Scott
F. Keiber, Raymond James Financial
Advisor, will host the workshops. The
workshops will be held at 10:30 a.m. or
at 5:30 p.m. at the Raymond James
Financial Services Office, 3170 Citrus
Tower Blvd., Lost Lake Professional Village,
Clermont.


STIMULUS
From A3


Republican principles."
Lincoln Day Dinners are
big this year across the coun-
try, in light of the former
president's 200th birthday
this month. Chicken, pota-
toes, asparagus and iced tea
were part of Saturday's night
feast that fed the packed
room of about 250. It was a
room filled with politicians


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Little Lake Harris
Site 2-Herlong Park
Site 3-Wekiva River
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and elected officials, includ-
ing Sheriff Gary Borders.
Many touted Abraham
Lincoln, with Webster calling
him an "awesome" person,
citing how more books have
been written about him as
opposed to anyone else.
Joseph. Rudderow, the
county's GOP chairman, said
that with the recent presi-
.dential campaign, Lincoln
has made his way back to the
forefront.
"Socialism is .not our
dream, we Republicans must
insert our views more than
ever, please join in and
become active because your
country needs you," said
Rudderow, standing a few
feet from the American flag
and a bouquets of flowers
with a red, white and blue
ribbons.
McCollum was elected to
the U.S. House of
Representatives in 1980,
from a district including Walt
Disney World and most of
Orlando. He, along with the
other speakers promoted the
Republican Party and its
potential.
"We need as a party to get
our act together, we may not
need another contract with
America... but we need an
agenda," McCollum said.'
He said the Republican
Party was a party of individ-
ual liberty and freedom,
choice and opportunities,
the free market system "and
all those great things that
have made us so good."
"We know what's right and
best for this country," he






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said. "We need to demon-
strate that we are the party
that solves problems," to a
round of applause.
He added hundreds of
thousands of people across
the country are ready to go to
bat to help solve problems.
"We just need to organize
them, we need to give them
direction, leadership and A
framework, and they will go
out and figure out the real
answers at home, not i1
Washington and frankly not
in Tallahassee.
Rubio ended his speech
with stressing the effort for
hard work and added the
there is a dire need to keep
making things better for
America. I 1
"We can fix everything
that is wrong with America,
without turning our backs oh
everything that has beefi
right with America, that's ou:
message and it will resonate"'
Rubio said. I
McCollum also spent part
of his speech attacking drugs,
gangs and Internet child
predators -adding the State
Attorney's Office has major
projects to combat such
problems. He congratulated
Borders' office for recently
establishing a Cyber Crime
Unit.
McCollum said at least 77
million children go on the
Internet in the United States
everyday, with about one oit
of every seven being solicited
for sex.
"It's a horrible difficult
thing to describe,"
McCollum said.




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WESTWOOD'
COLLECTIONS BY KICHLER'


Everyone interested in tasting, 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-
more information, call Bryan Jerry at
243-1155 or go to pigonthepond.org


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HEALTH CALENDAR


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-- 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 infor-
mation, call 357-1668.
--Alzheimer's Family
Organization now has a
group meeting at 2 p.m.
Thursday, Mar. 19 at the
Fairfield Inn & Suite
Marriott, 1750 Hunt Trace
Blvd., Clermont. For more
information, call Deborah
Snow at 406-8465 or
Sharon White at 407-466-
6445.
Post-abortion healing
Bible study "SaveOne" deals
with issues of guilt and
shame that many people
experience after abortion.,
The study will be a guide
into the amazing forgive-
ness and love of God where
there is peace and restora-
tion. The leaders of the
study are post-abortive and
all information shared in
the group study is kept con-
fidential. This is a safe place
to come for healing and
support. Classes meet week-
ly from 6:30 8 p.m. at Real
Life Christian Church for
12 weeks. Pre-registration is
required. For more infor-
mation or to register, call
Janet with Beauty for Ashes
at 874-5164.
Narcotics Anonymous
open meetings:
8 p.m. Tuesday at First
Missionary Baptist Church,
153 Mills St., Groveland;
8 p.m. Wednesday at
Wootson Temple, 836 Scott
St., Clermont;
7:30 p.m. Friday at
Shepherd of the Hills,
13600 Caspian Lane,
Clermont. ,
-- South Lake Hospital has
scheduled a variety of
Health & Wellness programs
at the National Training
Center, 1109 Citrus Tower
Blvd., Clermont.
Lupus Support
Group at noon on Saturday.
Call 394-4210. No fee


COMMUNITY
NOTES

WOMEN'S SHELTER HOT-
LINE 753-5800
-- South Lake County
.Historical Society has sched-
uled the monthly meeting
at 7 p.m. on Monday, Mar.
9 at Fairfield Inn and Suites,
.Citrus Tower Blvd and Hunt
Trace Blvd. Larry Rescoe, a
anger at Lake Louisa State
,Park, will be the guest
speaker. Everyone is invited
to attend. For more infor-
mation, call Dolores Walker
at 394-1390.
The AARP Tax-Aide
program,, intended for mid-
,dle and low income taxpay-
ers, is scheduled from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. until Wednesday,
April 15 at Jenkins
Auditorium, W. Montrose
St., Clermont. Taxpayers
should bring social security
cards, all tax records and a
copy of last year's tax return
,for themselves and all
dependents.,
All volunteers have
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.
-- Friends of Cooper
Memorial Library are plan-
ning a book sale from 9
a.m. 2 p.m. on Saturday at
Jenkins Auditorium. All
proceeds will go to the new
Cooper Memorial Library to
cover the budget shortfalls
created by the state cut back
on funding. Books, DVDs
and puzzles, all in good
condition will be available
for great prices such as
hardbacks for $1 and paper-
backs for $.50. Take advan-
tage of the opportunity to
increase your book or DVD
library while helping out


the new library.
-- 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
See COMMUNITY, A10


Diabetes Self
Management Education
from 8:30 a.m. 3 p.m.
Wednesday designed to
help diabetics learn self-care
behaviors. Spouse and
guests also welcome. Course
fee is $5. Call 241-7109.
Childbirth
Education, a five week
course, from 6:30 8:30
p.m. beginning Tuesday
prepares new parents for
labor, delivery and postpar-
tum, also how to care for
yourself and your baby after
delivery. Call 241-7109.
"Heart .Disease in
Seniors" from 6 8 p.m. on
Wednesday presented by
Aamir Javaid, M.D. of
Florida Cardiology. Call
394-4071, X4419. No fee
Freedom from
Smoking, the American
Lung Association's eight
week smoking cessation
course, from 6:30 8:30
p.m. every Monday is a step
by step method for chang-
ing behavior, quitting
smoking or other nicotine
addiction habits. Course fee
is $75. Call 241-7109
Also scheduled at the
Women's Health Center,
Second floor sunroom:
Mom's Morning Out from
10 11:30 a.m. on
Wednesday for moms of
newborns through six
months. A chance to join a
causal, fun and supportive
group to discuss issues of
concern to new moms. Call
241-7109. No fee
Sibling Class from 10 -
11:30 a.m. on Saturday for
youngsters ages 3 to 9 (and
their favorite doll or stuffed
"animal). This fun class
helps young ones learn
what it means to become a
big brother or sister. Call
241-7109. Course fee is $10.
The Lake County
Health Department is pro-
viding pediatric immuniza-
tions at no cost from 8:30
a.m. to 3 p.m. every
Wednesday at the Women,
Infant and Children clinic,
560 DeSoto St., Clermont.
The walk in clinic offers
same day appointments and
parents are required to


bring proof of previous
immunizations. Proper
proof is considered a Florida
Certificate of Immunization
or "Blue Card" which can
be obtained from a physi-
cian or the local County
Health Department. For
more information, call the
Health Department at 357-
1668.
The Greater Clermont
Cancer Foundation's cancer
support group meets from 7
- 9 p.m., second Tuesday of
the month at 927 7th St. in
Clermont.
Relative Caregivers
Raising Children Support
Group: 6:30 p.m. first
Tuesday of the month in
the education building,
First United Methodist
Church of Clermont, 950
7th St. Clermont. Child
care will be provided. For
reservations or more infor-
mation call 394-2412.
Hallelujah Acres
monthly support group


meets at 10:30 a.m. on the
first Monday of each
month. Hallelujah Acres is a
faith based ministry teach-
ing the principles of
healthy eating and whole-
some lifestyle from a bibli-
cal perspective. For more
information or to make
lunch reservations call 394-
7702.
-- Power wheelchairs are
available to non-amulatory
Senior Citizens and the per-
manently disabled of any
age, if qualified, through
three different programs
and there is no charge or
out-of-pocket expense
involved. The programs
are: Wishes on Wheels at 1-
800-823-5220; Miracle on
Wheels at 1-866-200-6924
or Senior Wheels USA at 1-
800-246-6010
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this column, e-mail
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Smith. 0 D Dr Smith is a board certified optometric physician and a
2001 graduate of Nova Southeastern University. Fort Lauderdale His
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areas of particular concern to seniors, such as the diagnosis and treat-
ment of glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.
Dr. Smith has been practicing optometry in the Clermont/Ocoee area for
eight years. He is a member of the Clermont Chamber of Commerce.
When an opportunity presented itself to open his own practice, Dr Smith
designed and built South Lake Optical, paying special attention to cre-
ate a customer friendly showroom, installation of the latest in optical
equipment and assembling an inventory of over 800 frames, including
many of today's top designers.
Dr Smith provides comprehensive .eye exams for glasses and contact
lenses, as well the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease, injuries
and disorders of the eye. Dr. Smith networks with many local physicians'
co- managing systemic health issues including high blood pressure, dia-
betes, and cholesterol, and how each condition affects the eyes.
The friendly staff headed by office manager Scott McFadden Is experi-
enced with fitting all facets of eyewear. South lake Optical prides itself
on using the latest technology in progressive no-line bifocals, lined bifo-
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The First Place Award in the
People category of the South Lake
Art League's 2009 Photography
Show is entitled "The Doll Maker"
by Bonnie Gearhart, the sponsor of
the show was Becker Funeral
Home. The Judge for the show
was Russell Lewis of Leesburg. For
a complete list of winners, call
Shirley Sojourner at 394-7338.


ACADEMY


AWARD


COURTESY PHOTO

Academy Award winner Marlee
Matlin will be the celebrity guest
of honor at Montverde
Academy's sixth annual
Celebrating Education event
Saturday evening, April 18.
Celebrating Education is the
school's fundraiser to support
the educational needs of the
Academy that cannot be met by
tuition dollars alone.
This year's "Cruising with the
Stars" themed event promises to
be an evening full of excitement
and great entertainment.
The ticket price of $100 includes
food, all beverages,
entertainment and a raffle
toward a tuition voucher valued
at $7,500.
Sponsorship opportunities are
available and auction items are
still being accepted for the event
as well.
For more information, call Kalena
Meyers at 407-469-2561 or e-mail
kalena.meyers@montverde.org


COMMUNITY
From A7


Lake Campus.
Volunteers will photo-
graph memorabilia,and
record the stories of any vet-
eran who lives in Clermont,
Minneola, Groveland,
Mascotte or Montverde. 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


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of January in response to client
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For Information, or appointment
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27.Oakwood Grill will cater
a New Orleans style dinner,
there will be dancing, enter-
tainment, a costume contest
and door prizes. Tickets are
$35 a person and all pro-
ceeds will benefit local chari-
ties and scholarships for East
Ridge and South Lake High
Schools. For tickets or infor-
mation, 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-
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please log onto
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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
and 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.
For more information, call
Teresa Begley at 429-2141,
Ext. 231.
Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market, scheduled
from 9 a.m. 2 p.m. every
Sunday featuring fresh pro-
duce, Yalaha Bakery bread,
outdoor plants, honey and
many other wonderful
items. Shop the stores along
Montrose or take time for a
lunch at the three terrific
restaurants in the area. For
more information or to
become a vendor, call 394-
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COMMUNITY
From A10


-- Congregation Sinai has scheduled
the annual Interfaith Brotherhood
Service at 8 p.m. this evening at Jenkins
Auditorium, W Montrose, Clermont.
Members of the clergy from 25 area
churches have been invited and have
been asked to invite members of their
congregations. All members of the com-
munity are also invited.
This should be a very exciting evening
sharing the Jewish culture with other
members of the community. After the
Brotherhood Service, there will be a won-
derful "oneg" or coffee and dessert
where all participants can meet and talk
to new friends. For more information,
call 241-9580.
-- Community Church of Howey-in-
the-Hills has scheduled the annual thrift
sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Mar. 6
and from 8 a.m. to noon onSaturday,
Mar. 7 at the church, 420 N. Palm Ave.
Shop for great bargains in furniture,
household items, clothing and jewelry. A
bake sale and hot dogs will be available
too. For more information, call Wreatha
Crowder at 242-2633.
-- Minneola Alliance Church has
scheduled special prayer services at 7
p.m. on Wednesday for those individuals
who are going through difficult times
such as the loss of a job at the church,
corners of Washington St. and Main Ave.
For more information, call 394-2028.
-- Minneola Alliance Church has
scheduled the annual Missions
Conference at the 10:45 a.m. and the
6:15 p.m. Sunday services at the church.
Dr. David Rambo will speak on
Mar. 1
Rev. Kyle McQuillen will speak
on Mar. 8
Don and Joan Ewan will speak on
Mar. 15
Pastor Bob Beaver will close the
conference on Mar. 22 and Alfredo'
Gutierrez, the church's Home Mission
presenter, will speak on Mar. 29,
For more information, call .394-2028.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church has scheduled worship services at
8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. every Sunday with
Sunday School for all at 9 a.m. 13600
Caspian Lane, Clermont.
-- Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church video/discussion 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
Lenten Suppers at 6 p.m. during the six
weeks prior to Easter.
-- Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church has scheduled family friendly,
informal worship services at 7 p.m.
Wednesday evenings.
-- Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church has a newspaper and magazine
recycling container at the entrance to the
church grounds. All proceeds from the
recycling will benefit the FAITH
Neighborhood Center food bank.
n Church at South Lake has scheduled
"Perspectives 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-
ining the impact Christians have had on
world events and social development.
This internationally recognized course is
an opportunity for people to find their
most fulfilling life work. For more infor-
mation, call Gabriel Girdner at 457-6532
or go online to
www.Perspectives.org/Clermont
The Mission of Project Zion of Zion
Lutheran Church, 547 S. Main Ave.,
Groveland, is asking for donations to
help assist those neighbors in South Lake
County in need of food, aid with pre-
scription costs or help to pay utilities.
Project Zion cannot provide long term
assistance, but is intended to help in
emergencies. Funds received are to help
people and hope to make Project Zion a
year round mission in keeping with Jesus'
appeal.to "Feed my Sheep." Call 429-
2960 for more information.
Relative Caregivers Raising Children
Support Group has scheduled a meeting
at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the
month in the education building of the
First United Methodist Church of
Clermont, 950 7th St. Clermont. If you
are raising a relative's child and need
support or encouragement please plan to
attend, child care will be provided. To
make reservations or for more informa-
tion, call 394-2412.
Hallelujah Acres monthly support
group meets at 10:30 a.m. on the first
Monday of each month. Hallelujah Acres
is a faith based ministry teachifig the
principles of healthy eating and whole-
some lifestyle from a biblical perspective.
For more information or to make lunch
reservations, call 394-7702.
To update, delete or add items in this column, e-mail
peggyrasor@dailycommercial or fax to 394-8001.


Neighborhood Center is a non-profit
organization, part of the Human
Care Network, and is the lead
agency in South Lake for providing
aid to the needy. All services are
free to those who are income eligi-
ble throughout south Lake County
including the cities of Clermont,
Minneola, Mascotte, Montverde and
Groveland, and all points between
and south to the Polk County line.
Approximately 800 families per
month are presently being served
and with the down turn in the
economy the number is growing
every day. Because of the increased
need, the shelves are emptying
faster than the donations are com-
ing through the door. Donations of
clothing and small household items
are also appreciated. For more infor-
-mation, call the Center at 429-1200
during operating hours: from 9 a.m.
- noon Mondays, Thesdays,
Wednesday and Fridays and from 1
to 4 p.m. on Thursdays. The Center
is located at 7432 S.R. 50, just east of
Groveland.
To update, delete or add items in this col-
umn, e-mail peggyrasor@dailycommercial
or fax to 394-8001.


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the early 1920's was remodeled in 2004 for 5 offices and, because
the venture was so successful, the building was completely gutted
and renovated to 2008 state safety standards for an addition of 5
more and larger offices. Keeping small businesses in mind Ed and
Linda's plan is to have All-Inclusive office space. This means that
tenants pay one price per month for rent and all amenities such as
unlimited phone service for local and long distance phone calls, use
of a state-of-the-art conference room with video and telephone
conferencing, high speed internet, all utilities, ADT Security for peace
of mind and 24/7 access, daily cleaning service, daily USPS mail
delivery plus FedEx and UPS delivery. Situated across the street from
the Clermont Police Department tenants and customers have an easy
walk to the Post Office, library, restaurants, City Hall, waterfront pier
and park and other local businesses. Besides use by the tenants'
local civic groups use the conference room occasionally for
meetings.
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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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SCHOOL CALENDAR


-- Montverde Academy has scheduled The
Sunshine State Choral Festival at 5:45 p.m.
this evening in the auditorium of the Sandra
0. Stephens Fine Arts Building. Admission is
free.
The festival will feature choirs from
Montverde Academy, South Lake High
School, East Ridge High School and Windy.
Hill Middle School. Jeff Redding, a nationally
renowned choral clinician and teacher, will
be the premier clinician at this year's festival.
The Sunshine State Choral Festival is spon-
sored by the generous contributions of The
Community Foundation of South Lake
County. For more information, call Aubrey
Connolly at 407-469-2561.
-- Sawgrass Bay Elementary School's
Advisory Council meeting is scheduled at
6:30 p.m. Monday in the Media Center. The
Agenda will include an update of the budget,
school improvement plan and state budget,
the Principal's report and Orchard program


review. The meeting is open to the public
and parents are encouraged to attend.
-- Minneola Elementary School Advisory
Council meeting has been scheduled immedi-
ately following the Parent Teacher
Organization meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday
in the media center, 320 E. Pearl St.,
Minneola. The meeting is open to all and
child care will be provided. For more infor-
mation, call 394-2600.
-- Cypress Ridge Elementary School
Advisory Council meeting is scheduled at 6
p.m. Tuesday, Mar. 10 in the school's Media
Center. All parents and community members
are encouraged to attend.
-The Lake County Library System is spon-
soring the 10th annual Bookmark Design
Contest for Lake County students K through
12, the theme will be "Fantastic Florida".
Each bookmark entry should illustrate some-
thing that makes Florida a great place to live,
work and play. Deadline for submissions is


Feb. 20 and entry forms and guidelines may
be picked up at any county library. Winners
will be announced at the Festival of Reading
Event in March. For more information, call
253-6169 or go online to mylakelibrary.org
-- The Clermont Garden Club and the
Florida Federation of Garden Clubs is seeking
students, grades 10 12, to sponsor at the
annual environmental conference "Save the
Earth's Environment through Knowledge"
scheduled for July 12 to 22. For more infor-
mation or to register, call 394-6375 or visit
www.ffgc.org.
Clermont Elementary School's Title I
Parent Resource Room is open 6 to 8 p.m. on
Thursday. The room is designed especially
for parents. A Parent Involvement Teacher
Assistant is available to help with any
resource. Call 394-2706.

To update, delete or add items in this column, e-mail
peggyrasor@dailycommercial or fax to 394-8001.


CLERMAONT


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 I
Women By Design (3's Sunday Night) 6pm
Men of Power (Bi-monthly)
EO.C.U.S (Singles) (Bi-monthly)
Kingdom Covenant Couples (Quarterly)
*2nd Service Coming EASTER
Pastors Christophdr & Carla Walker
352-404-9975 www.cathedralofpower.org

CELEBRATION OF PRAISE
CHURCH OF GOD
3700 S. U.S. Hwy. 27 (352) 394-2855
www.celebrationofpraise.net
Staff:
Chris & Julie Dutruch, Senior Pastor
Everett & Kateena Gates, Executive &
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 pm
Children: Ages 3-11 yrs 7:00 pm
dv8 Youth Service Ages 12-18 7:00 pm
PRESCHOOL/DAYCARE
Children of Promise Nurturing Center
Infant Pre-K A BEKA Curriculum
Stacy Butterworth, Director 352-536-9268
www.daycare@celebritionofpraise.net

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


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

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
CLERMONT, FL
Evangelical Free Church of America
Honored to serve among the other
fine churches of South Lake County
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Many Other Activities each week
Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor
Chuck Kinzer, Associate Pastor
Brooke McKinney, Youth Pastor
Sam Reckart, Worship Pastor
14244 Johns Lake Road, Clermont
(1/2 Mile East of Wal-Mart)
407-877-4048
communitychurchclermont.org

GRAND HIGHWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
(One block east of the Citrus Tower)
100 S. Grand Hwy., Clermont 34711
352-536-2824
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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, corasones y
brazos abiertos"
950 7th Street, Clermont, FL 34711
(esquina Hwy 50 & calle 7)
Reuniones en el Salon S6cial
Todos los Domingos a las 6:00 pm
Visitas a los hogares con cita previa.
Favor de Ilamar para mas information y
pedidos de oracion.
Pastor Maria Fernandez
321-946-6833

LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday
Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am
Worship Service 10:40 am
Family Prayer Service 6:00 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:
umww.lbcclermont.org
11043 True Life Way
Clermont, FL 34711
352.394.0708
Located just off of Lakeshore Dr.

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

PRIMERA 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)
Sunday 11:15 am (High School)
The Way (Middle & High School)
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
15lteveCfa,'s- Rd 0 352-394-3553


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

SoUTH LAKE 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
SChildcare provided.
www.southlakepresbvterian.org

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

WOOTSON TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD
IN CHRIST
Elder 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




FERNDALE

FERNDALE 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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EDGE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
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

MT. OLIVE MISSIONARY
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 juin 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 pmi
Tuesday: Ladies' Ministry '
(3rd Tues.) 7:00 pm
Wednesday: Family Night 7:00 pm
Kid's Club 7:00 pm
Youth Service 7:00 pm
Friday: Youth Fellowship Night 7:00 pim
**Nursery provided during Sunday Worship
Services**
Our Ministries
Praise Temple Christian Academy Over The
Rainbow Daycare
Nursery (Under 5 Years of Age)
Children's Church (Ages 5-10)
Youth Group (Ages 11-19)
Sunday School (For All Ages)
Discipleship Classes
Women's Ministries
Bible Studies
Come Join Us For Our Services
5910 Bible Camp Road, Groveland, FL
34736 (352) 429-8805



.MINNCOLA

FIRST BAPI"ST OF MINNEOLA
Corner of Pearl & Galena Street
Bible Study Sunday 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 11:00 am
Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pin
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
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Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm
Wed Worship & Youth Service 7:00 pm
Rev. Loyce Rowland




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


FIRST 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 Franklin
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




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MOSAIC CHURCH
A Church Rethinking Church
Non-Denominational
www.mosaicfl.ore
407-654-8220
Worship Service Sunday's at
8:'2 am, 10:02 am, 11:32 am & 6:02 pm
608 W. Oakland Ave.
Oakland, FL. 34760

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




WINTER GARDEN:

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNI'N CHURCH
305 Beulah Rd. Winter Garden
(407) 877-7735
Sunday School 9:30 am
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.CLUB NOTES


: Groveland/Mascotte
Garden Club will meet at
.9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 7
4t Lake David, Groveland for
carpooling to The Seminole
1Herb Farm in Eustis. The
Herb Farm plans a demon-
tration of the best herbs for
this region and their uses.
*1erbs will also be available
fobr purchase. Guests are
welcome to join the club for
this informative outing.
Lease bring donations of
nion-perishable food to help
ye-stock the area food
Oantries. For more informa-
.tion, call 429-4271.
RESULTS
Winners of Monday Night
Bridge at the Clermont
Recreation Club in the
,Kehlor Building for Feb. 16
-Were: 1st place, Nancy
.erger; 2nd place, Hugh
Ressler; 3rd place, Ray
;Cummings; 4th place, Radka
Vatev. All intermediate level
-Bridge players are welcome.
:Call 394-5803 for additional
information. Play begins at
:7 p.m.

ONGOING
Moms Club for
Jihformation, call 536-1219.
: -- Clermont Shuffleboard
,Club -1 p.m., Tuesdays and
:Eridays, Kehlor Park, corner
:of 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.
;to May Real Life Christian
Church's Edge
Auditorium/Multi-purpose
Room. Brunch will be
served childcare is provid-
ed. For more information,
mopsatreallife@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
JTuesday 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
p.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
-- 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.
htm
-- WRITERS SUPPORT
GROUP OF COOPER
LIBRARY 1 p.m. second
ahd 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/MINNEO-
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 Thursdays 320 Jim


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SATURDAY
South Lake Arts League,
Artist 1 p.m. first
Saturday, South Lake Arts
League Gallery, 776
Montrose St., Clermont.
The Chess Club 10
a.m.-6 p.m., Saturdays, all
levels of experience, Kehlor
Bldg., comer of Fifth St. and
Minneola, Clermont. Call
242-9697
Clermont Pet Therapy
Group 2 to 3 p.m., every
fourth Saturday. Train pets
to visit hospitals, nursing
homes, and schools to share
the unconditional love that
dogs can give to those in
need. Meg King at 243-2098
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VOLUNTEER CALENDAR


Florida LAKEWATCH is
looking for boating volun-
teers to monitor our lakes.
Individualized training is
provided, but is on a first
come, first served basis.
LAKEWATCH is coordinated
through the Department of
Fisheries and Aquatic
Sciences at the University of
Florida. Call David Watson
at 1-800-525-3928 for more
information.
The local Community
Emergency Response Team is


forming in Clermont. CERT
is a group of community
minded volunteers from all
walks of life who will train
together to assist local
authorities such as the sher-
iff's department, local police
departments and fire depart-
ments during times of natu-
ral or manmade disasters.
Training will be provided by
Red Cross, FEMA and
Citizens Corps and will
cover CPR, First Aid, Search
and Rescue, Security and


Family Preparedness.
Volunteers must be at least
18 years of age and have a
willingness to help in the
community. For more infor-
mation, e-mail Mike
Peterson at
mpeterson.floridaguard@yah
oo.com
Trout Lake Nature
Center needs volunteers for
a variety of activities at the
Nature Center. For more
information or a reservation,
call 357-7536.


The Guardian ad Litem
Program has scheduled
training sessions at the'
Villages Clinical Laboratory
Building. There is an urgent
need to train more volun-
teers to help the 520 chil-
dren presently under COurt
supervision in Lake County.
The training is free and seats
are available. In just a few
hours, you can make a dif-
ference in the life of a needy
child and help them get
through the complex court


system. The Guardian ad
Litem Program recruits,
trains and supervises volun-
teers who are Court appoint-
ed to advocate and provide a
voice for the best interests of
abused, abandoned, and
neglected children in the
Foster Care System of Lake
County. For more informa-
tion, call Murray McMahon
at 343-2736 or toll free 1-
866-341-1425.
Volunteer opportunities
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Blocks Ministries, Inc.
Learning Center at 835 7th
St., Bldg B, Suites 1 & 2 in
Clermont. The Learning
Center is dedicated to serv-
ing adults with developmen-
tal disabilities and is hoping
to share their mission with
the community. For more
information, call Dr. Paula
Whetro, Executive Director
at 536-9264.
Volunteers are urgently
needed by The American
Cancer Society's Road to
Recovery program here in
Clermont/South Lake
County. The volunteers will
answer phones, stuff
envelopes, secure Road to
Recovery Drivers, manage
the scrap book and gift clos-
et as well as other fun and
easy duties. Call Carol
Borrelli at 326-9599, ext.
112.
South Lake Hospital is
recruiting volunteers to
operate the new parking lot
shuttle. The new volunteers
will add to the high level of
customer service the hospi-
tal maintains. For more
information, call 394-4071
ext. 8206.
The Ronald McDonald
House is in urgent need of
volunteers to help provide a
home away from home for
families faced with a med-
ical crisis for a child; they
served more than 1700 fami-
lies in the past year. For
more information, call 407-
898-6127.
Give a Kid a Backpack
Foundation is looking for
volunteers to help with
mailing, packing and events.
Give a Kid a Backpack is a
nonprofit organization is
helping children in need
around the world by provid-
ing backpacks. For more
information, call 877-452-
7225.
-- The Zion World Wide
Mission, a 501(C)(3) Public
Charity, is in need of volun-
teers in south Lake County.
Many Zion volunteers con-
sider volunteering as their
mission and are called to
improve the living condi-
tions of others around the
world. Local volunteer
opportunities are available
in the Clermont office assist-
ing with the administration
and the reception. College
Students are more than wel-
come.
Green Isle Children's
Ranch is in need of volun-
teers, both individuals and
groups, to help in a number
of ways such as tutoring,
teaching woodworking
skills, coaching,
messenger/drivers or repair
and upkeep of the buildings
and grounds. The Ranch is
also in need of donations.
For more information, call
429-4341 or visit
office@greenisleranch.org.
To update, delete or add items in
this column, e-mail
peggyrasor@dailycommercial or
fax to 394-8001.


YOUTH

CALENDAR
Give A Kid A Backpack
has invited everyone
between the ages of eight
and seventeen to join a new
group called "Give a Kid a
Backpack by Kidz" and help
to make a difference in the
lives of thousands of chil-
dren while having fun. For
more information, call 877
452-7225 or visit
info@giveakidabackpack.org

South Lake Art League
has scheduled Saturday Kid
Classes for children ten
years old and older at the
Art League's Gallery, 776 W.
Montrose, Clermont:
Painting 10 a.m.-
noon, second Saturday
Drawing 10:15 a.m.-
12.15 p.m., third Saturday
Crafts 10:30 a.m.-12:30
p.m., fourth Saturday
Sculpture 12:30-2:30
p.m., fourth Saturday.
Additionally, the League
has scheduled an After
School Mixed Media class
from 3:30-5:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, call Pat Percy
at 863 424-3083
n South Lake
Toastmasters Club 2423 has
formed a Toastmasters'
Youth Group for middle
and high school students as
an aid to developing profi-
cient speaking and leader-
ship skills. For more infor-
mation, call Carolyn Baker
at 407 538-0175 or Brenda
DeArmond at 407 721-2128
or 242-0234.


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Remember When
Ann Dupee

Parade of Homes

honors Poynter, Ladd

20 Years Ago- 1989
Lake County Parade of Homes: Cherry Knoll -- Lakefront Adult Town
Homes, built by Poynter Construction and a spec home in the new Crescent
West Subdivision, built by Ladd Construction, are the two Clermont entries in
the Lake County Parade of Homes.
-- Tracy Moore and the crew of WKCF TV Channel 68 taped a 30 minute
public service program at South Lake Memorial Hospital for "Close Up On
Clermont."
Interviewed were: Administrator Pat Smith; Director of Nursing Leslie
Longacre; Director of Public Relations Jo Marie Hebeler and In-service
education Director Jan Cobia.
S-- Family Practice specialist Dr. John Lurie, 42, joined the staff of South Lake
Family Health Center in Groveland, according to Dr. George Rust, Medical
9pirector.
- South Lake Scene column by Ann Dupee: "I met Green Valley Country
Club's teaching pro, Brian Roddy, for a video golf lesson.
: Brian first noticed my grip. was wrong so I'm now holding the club like
Nancy Lopez. Brian then noticed that my right leg was straight and my feet
could use a different position, so I worked on that for a while. My fanny also
wasn't just quite right, but it learned its new position.
: We watched the video, went to the practice range and then played 9 holes
of golf.
-Jessie Keys, LPN, was honored for her 33 years of service to South Lake
Memorial Hospital.
A gilded plow was used instead of the usual spade for the groundbreaking
of Woodlands Lutheran Church in Montverde.
.: Pictured were 7 of 19 students in Nancy Hettinger's second grade class at
Clermont Elementary School for having all "A" grades: Emily Bishop, Sean
O'Keefe, Kristen Pew, Annette White, Terry Jones, Joseph Coleman and
Michael Giachetti.
*- George Wood, Chairman of the Community Services Committee of South
Lake (Breakfast) Kiwanis Club, presented a $500 check to Milda Sandargas,
?TO president at Clermont Elementary School. The funds go towards construc-
tion of a new outdoor pavilion at.the school.
S- Lake County School Board heard a request from Clermont Junior High's
advisory committee to change the school's name to Clermont Middle School.
The Board authorized Superintendent Dr. Tom Sanders to work with county
officials to study impact fees.
Open for Business: Jackson's TV-Stereos-Microwaves at 205 S. Hwy. 50,
Minneola.
S Clermont City Council granted First Christian Church on Hooks Street a
Conditional Use Permit to add six additional classrooms.
Clermont Masonic Lodge 226 will celebrate it.s 75th anniversary Feb. 11,
according to Worshipful Master Bill Eyerly. Others officers are: Senior Warden
Charles Lovette, Junior Warden Daniel Bray, Senior Deacon Phillip Blackwell,
Junior Deacon Donald Simmons, Senior Steward Endel Raulerson, Junior
Steward Ca rlArthur Mattson, Jr., Chaplain Michael Howard, Marshall Robert
Eyerly arid Tyler Carl Stieb.
South Lake Animal League, after a very successful first year, with the com-
munity's help and generosity, is expanding its efforts to provide a better life
for those animals among us who depend upon our care.
Its Thrift Shop will hold a Grand Opening Feb. 11 at Hampton Oaks
(behind Burger King) made possible through the generosity of local
.Optometrist, Dr. William Brannon.
' The League's goal is to build a real shelter where homeless animals may
:safely reside until adopted by a human who needs the love that only an ani-
iqal can provide.
.- A 14-year-91ld Mascotte youth, suspected to be the sniper who fired three
-shots into the Mascotte Elementary School yard injuring third grader Leah
Wilbanks, is currently being held at the Marion County Juvenile Detention
Center. He confessed to Mascotte Police Chief Don Page on Jan. 13 and again
'bon Jan. 17, saying he wanted to get the incident off his chest.
The Clermont Chamber's new Board of Directors has decided that in lieu
:ol the annual awards banquet held in the past, quarterly socials will be
-offered.
Newly elected Board members are Charley Beals, Gene Landers, Keith
Mullins, Amy Walker, Ken Felt, Paul Lewis, Bob Patterson, Sharon Williams,
Marilyn George, Gabby Monroe, Bridgot Robinson and Bruce Yates.
New Chamber officers elected are President Bobby Duncan, Vice President
Bruce Yates, Secretary Amy Walker and Treasurer Jack Sargent.
The popular series of lectures and demonstrations, presented by the
Friends of Cooper Memorial Library, resumes Feb. 12. The series, "Sunday
Afternoon at the Library" is in its seventh years.
Lake IHighlands Nursing and Assisted Living Center sponsored its first
annual Baby Pageant. John Breeden and Danielle Franklin were Master and
Little Miss Lake Highlands.
Two children tied in the category for the participant with the most genera-
tions present. Each child had four generations represented. Landon Beaty
brought his mother, Laquita Beaty; grandmother, Wynona Strickland and
great-grandmother, Dora Mae Strickland. Landon's father is pastor bf Midway
Baptist Church in Mascotte.


S. ROXANNE BROWN/SOUTH LAKE PRESS
ABOVE: South Lake Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Marilyn Whitaker, Basha Schlazer and Ann Dupee were
honored at the 14th annual ambassador breakfast Feb. 20 in Minneola for their hard work and dedication.
BELOW: Visiting Angels of Clermont took the first place amateur win for their table decorated in honor of 'National
Popcorn Month" at the South Lake Chamber of Commerce's 14th annual Ambassador Breakfast. At the table, from left,
are Visiting Angels Office Manager Bonnie Bridger, Care Coordinator Christen Wilson and Owner/Director Ed Johnson.



Chamber hands out



awards at breakfast


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA The South Lake Chamber of
Commerce's 14th annual Ambassador Breakfast
attracted a standing-room-only crowd to Minneola
City Hall bright and early on Feb. 20.
Tables were decorated along the theme of un-
appreciated holidays and were almost "too pretty to
disturb," according to some of the attendees.
"It's become kind of a tradition," said Juli
D'Agostino, chamber director of special events.
"The members really get into the decorations and
they look forward to it every year.
"It's something different for the beginning of a
new year and has become a good way to celebrate
the ambassadors and what they do in a fun fash-
ion."
Twenty-one chamber members took part in the
contest and paid to decorate their tables.
Decorating and judging was done the day before.
the breakfast. Results were sealed and announced at
the Friday morning breakfast.
The first-place amateur win went to Visiting
Angels, a Clermont-based home health care organi-
zation, for their table in honor of National Popcorn
Month. The South. Lake Sheriffs Office won first
place under the professional category with their
table focused around The First Day of Summer.
The other winners for the amateur tables were:
Honorable Mention: The Village Frameshop,
National Library Month
3rd Place: Real Life Christian Academy,
Parents' Month
2nd Place: New Beginnings, Flag Day
The other winners for the professional tables
were:
Honorable Mention: Relay for Life, Hug-a-Bear
Month
3rd Place: Beta Theta/Goin' Postal, Share a
Smile Day
2nd Place: National City Bank, National
Garden Month
Ambassador honorees recognized at the breakfast
were Marilyn Whitaker, Ambassador of the Month
for December, and Basha Schlazer, the ambassador
choice for January.


The big winner was Ann Dupee, who received the
award for "Ambassador of the Year" for 2008.
"We go by a point system and Ann (Dupee)
attended the most ribbon cuttings and events
throughout the year. She just went above and
beyond the call of duty," D'Agostirio said. ,
Dupee said she had not anticipated the honor,
adding that the call was probably a close one
because of the hard work every ambassador put in
during 2008. 0
"It was quite an honor, though. I like to keep up
with what's going on in the South Lake communi-
ty and that's certainly a good way to do it," Dupee
said. "Ambassadors are known as the 'friend raisers'
instead of 'fund raisers,' and I think that's very
important. I like welcoming people into our com-
munity and making them feel special."


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Parisi's late single delivers winning run for Eagles


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
Correspondent
GROVELAND Matt Parisi lined a
4bases-loaded single to center, then
watched as pinch runner Ivan Matos
scampered Home with the winning run on
NMonday to give the South Lake Eagles a 4-
3 win over the visiting Leesburg Yellow
Jackets in a tightly contested Class 4A
'match-up..
The visiting Yellow Jackets struck first in
,the opening inning when Ryan Bruneau
touched up South Lake starter Evan
*Morgan for a single that scored Jonah
]Davis with the games's first. run.
f But the Eagles came back in their half of
the inning when Shane Bagley stole sec-
ond on the front end of a double steal
which plated pinch runner Trevor
Goodman. Mark Duke then singled to
4 right scoring Bagley with the go-ahead
i.run.
In the second, the Yellow Jackets evened
the score when Trey McKinney's deep
drive to left dropped just inside the field
; of play for a double, driving in Seth Blake.
In the top of the fifth, with Travis Long
on third, Morgan balked to give Leesburg
Sthe lead. 4
At that point, South Lake coach Carry
4? Whetro walked to the mound to replace
*his starting pitcher with reliever Felix
Reyes.


"Since it's so early in the season and so
cold, our starting pitcher only goes 70-75
pitches," Whetro said after the game.
In the bottom of the fifth, Kurtis Gens
lifted a fly ball to left. But when
Leesburg's left fielder dropped the
ball,Gens raced into second base. Spencer
Goodwin's bunt moved Gens to third and
John Brost's base hit drove in Gens to tie
the game for the homestanding Eagles.
With runners on first and second,
Dillon Stewart lofted a deep fly ball to
center field. Brost continued around third
and headed for the plate, but McKinney's
strong throw beat him and the game
remained tied.
In the final frame, with the bases
loaded, Leesburg attempted a suicide
squeeze play and failed.
"We were committed to that play," said
Leesburg Coach Ryan Peavey. "We have
done that play I can't tell you how
many times in practice. The first and last
thing we do in batting practice is work on
squeeze plays," he said.
Bagley, who had come on in relief in
the sixth, fanned the final batter and the
Eagles went into the bottom of the sev-
enth looking for the run that would win
the game.
After the first two.batters reached base,
Brost was intentionally walked to load the
bases, setting the stage for Parisi's game-


winner.
South Lake's pitchers Morgan, Reyes and
Bagley combined to give up three runs,
two of which were earned, and four hits.
Whetro said his use of Reyes as his first
reliever was a spur of the moment deci-
sion. "We didn't plan on the middle guy,
but Felix came in and got a critical out
that inning," he explained.
Leesburg pitcher Jimmy Higgins, who
went the distance in the loss, gave up just
two earned runs and six hits.
"He pitched a good game," Peavey said.
"He did a good enough job to win the ball
game. He deserved to win."
Lead hitters.for South Lake included
Parisi, who went 2-for-4 with the game
winning RBI and Brost; who went 1-for-2
with two walks and an RBI.
For Leesburg, McKinney collected dou-
ble and an RBI in three at-bats while
Bruneau who went 1-for-2 with a single
and an RBI.
"I think what won the game for us was
that we didn't quit," Whetro said. "The
most important thing about the team
tonight was that we grew by not giving
in."
With its third win, South Lake main-
tained a perfect record, while Leesburg fell
to 2-2 for the new season.


LEISURE TIPS


The Clermont Garden Club Library is
scheduled to re-open from 9 a.m. to noon on
Monday and every Monday until June. The
Club librarian, Greta Kennen, will be on
hadd to help with research and questions on
Horticulture. The Garden Club library is
located in the Mildred Amateis Garden
Center, 849 West Ave.,Clermont.
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 three .day program, hosted by Bruce and:
Cathy Brown, will feature Marc Minno, well;
known Butterfly expert, along with other cer
tified National Wildlife Federation trainers, .
will present a diverse list of programs ranging
from conserving our natural resources to proe
viding habitat for birds and butterflies in out
backyards.
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 bblirowns@earthlink.net
.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 Hectoi at 243-
3925.
Beginner Line Dance & Intermediate
Line Dance classes began on Wednesday anc
run for four 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 ext.227.
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 festival.
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 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 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


See LEISURE, B3


SPORTS CALENDAR

A Bass Fishing states in the Southeast, 6:30 p.m. with belltime at met with face guard. Recreation-Department has to 9:30 p.m. every
Tournament to benefit- including Florida. In addi- 7:30 p.m.. Featured Running is involved but scheduled a fall Aerobics Thursday at the City of
jSouth Lake High School tion, the card now wrestlers are Perfect no skating skills are Class from 7:30 8:30 p.m. Minneola's gym. Cost is $2
Football Program, spon- includes over 150 courses Creation, Sgt. hardcore, required Come learn every Monday and per player.
scoredd by HT3 Outdoors, is in Virginia, and 100 cours- Afro Boy, Nick Folie and a hockey skills, teamwork Wednesday. The class will The City of Minneola
scheduled from "safe es in North Carolina. A special ladies match. and have fun in an air- combine traditional Recreation Department has
light" to 3 p.m. on great gift for Valentine's Tickets can be purchased conditioned environment. "floor" aerobics for all fit- scheduled a series of batori
$aturday at Hickory Point Day, Mother's Day or at the door or can be For more information call ness levels, followed by a twirling lessons for girls "
Recreation Facility ramp Father's Day, the cost is reserved in advance by 394-3598, ext.227 muscle strength/toning ages six and up from 4-6 -
'nd.is open to all entrants. $15 for each card. calling 352-988-5499. For The City of Minneola segment, as well as stabi- p.m. every Mon. to May.,:
This will be a team tourna- Purchase three cards and more information visit Recreation Department is lization exercises that tar- $30 for residents, $35 for.j
minent with a $125 Team the fourth card is free. www.wxwwrestling.com. offering adults/seniors the get the body's core mus- non-residents per month,
.Registration Fee. There will All proceeds from the Minneola Recreation opportunity to utilize the cles. Each participant will plus a one time registra-
>be a $1,000 cash prize sale of the Golf Privilege Department has planned a City Hall Gymnasium as a be able to customize their tion fee that includes a t-
jguaranteed for 1st place. Card will help the Spring Hockey League in place to walk for fitness own workout. Instructor shirt. Coach Kristi Carver,'
for more information, call American Lung the City of Minneola and exercise.. The gym is is Lee O'Donnell, certified who has been twirling in
Jyan Langley at 407-616- Association fight lung dis- Gymnasium for boys & open from .7:45 9 a.m. on fitness professional and 15 the central Florida area
5295 or email southlake- ease. Call 1- 800-586-4872 girls ages 6 15. All prac- Thurs. and Fri. No registra- year fitness industry veter- since 1984, will be the
football@hotmail.com or go to www.golfprivi- tice and games will be on tion necessary and the an. Fee for the class is $85 instructor. For more infor-
-- Attention all Golfers: legecard.org Monday or Tuesday nights cost is free. For more for Minneola residents and mation and to register, call
the American Lung WXW Wrestling beginning in late February, information, call the $95 for non-residents. To 407 637-6474.
Association is offering the returning Minneola depending on number of Minneola Recreation register, call 394-3598 ext.
2009 Golf Privilege Card, Recreation Center at 800 teams. All players will be Department at 394-3598, 227. Space is limited. To update, delete or add items in
which provides discounts North U.S. Highway 27 on required to wear protective ext. 229. Adult Pickup Co-ed peggyrasordalycommercialor
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Students and staff of the Academy of Chinese Martial Arts practice throwing punches to raise money for St. Jude Children's Research
Hospital. The "Punch-A-Thon" is planned for 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Academy of Chinese Martial Arts, 711 S US Hwy 27, Suite B, Clermont
Centre. All proceeds will go to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the premier center for the research and treatment of childhood cancer.
and other deadly diseases. This volunteer based event will feature students and participants- of all ages. Last year each participant threw
1;000 punches and raised $2,100; this year, participants will be utilizing re-breakable boards to learn how to focus their energy, gain self-
confidence while raising funds for a worthy organization. To participate or to make a donation or for more information, call Michelle Sindy
638-2770. For more information on St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, visit www.stjude.org.


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Pictured are Beta Theta members Barbara Liddell and Joan Kyle with
trombonist Elliot Burch.
The program at a recent Beta Theta meeting was entitled "Sliding
Stars," the history of the trombone its special features as it relates to
American music. As a special feature, Trombonist Elliot Burch, a
member of the the West Orange High School Band, performed
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finished the half marathon. The Montverde Academy Runners will continue to train and prepare for
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LEISURE
From B2


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-
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OIL PAINTING Friday -
call Harry Gray, Jr. at 243-
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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
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IyLystere: 7-11p.m.,
Saturday for those who
enjoy the unexpected and
love a good mystery.
Evenings of surprise artistic
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and musicians. Entry is
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The Terrific Kids of Sawgrass Bay Elementary School are: Nicholas Self, Lily Roegele, Sullivan Smith, Karen Beaton, Erin Michalski, Anthony
Jimenez, Mariah Webster-Beaty, Gabriel Colon-Rivera, Gabriel Guizar, Xavier Luis Bernal, Jan Zayas-Rodriguez, Miah Penaloza, Angie Bonilla,
Brandon Doyle, Zavaiya James, Jaden Alma-Estanislau, Tate Machinski, Austin Halsey, Carlos Aguilar, Bryce Martino, Haley Klutts, Destiny
Vazquez, Jillian Cinco, Gage Solis, Janellyz Rosa-Toro, Jason Doan, Yohnika McElroy, Tenielle Mount-Williams, Katelyn Hill, Cameron Smy,
Elishua.Colon, Walter Espinoza, Tristan Campbell, Giovanny Melendez, Owen Mak, Jhon Largo, Arriell Guirand, Michelle Rosario, Jonathan
Flores, Romello Oliver, Si-jara Anderson, Alondra Zayas, Maryann Baez, Lenora Perry, Lydianette Suarez- Morales, Thomas Tumey, Jenny
Iodriguez, Lesha Brown, Fantasia Muniz, Llizel Cotto and Jessica Fields. Assistant Principal Katherine Falcon, Assistant Principal Lueverne
.flontez and Kiwanian Lucy Hage are shown at the rear of the group.

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The Terrific Kids of Grassy Lake Elementary School are: Cordelia Boiling, Garrett Rozar, Maxwell Wilson, Marley Julien, Cody DeJarnett, Jaleh
Gholami, Eric Bhagwan, Robbie Schmidt, Shayla DelaCruz, Sam Grubb, Noah Johnson, Eduardo Retana, Mariah Watson, Meredyth Davis,
Amber Lindner, Samantha Jones, Victor Ortega, Jacob Shaver, Jimmy Rosilio, Monica Vollger, Jacob Emerson, Joshua Calvo, Jaida Dacanay,
eameron Robles, Christopher Farrell, James Tharp, Koby Smith, Matthew Duguay, Colin Gaines, Brent Creech, Bailey Perreault, Daniela Sierra,
Amaya Mifflin, Alexis Ware, lan Jewett, Ariana Rapacki, Anna Collins, James Mon, Giovanni Valencia, Sean Singh, Brandon Ryder, Hector
Iuentes, Steven Brinegar, Adrianna Meadows, Emily Crown, Vanessa Jimenez and Nicholas Stavitski. Minneola Kiwanian Judy Yeager and'
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003- Legal
Notices

PUBU(C NOTICE
To satisfy owners lien for
rent due in accordance with
Florida Statutes, "The Self
. Storage Facility Act"
(Sections 83.801-83.809),
contents of the leased stor-
age units (individuals identi-
fied below) including all per-
sonal property consisting of
miscellaneous household
items, furniture, clothing,
boxes and other items will
be sold at Public Auction to
the highest bidder (or other-
wise disposed of) at the fol-
lowing locations and times.
All units are sold "as-is",
and must be paid for in
CASH immediately following
the auction. All units adver-
tised may not be available at
the time of auction In the
event of settlement between
owner and obligated party.
SAFE-T-STORAGE I
300 E. DIVISION
MINNEOLA, FL 34755
Date: March 20,1009
Time: 8:00 a.m.
Tenant Name Unit
No.
Kristopher Eldridge 127
Legends Golf & Country
Club 228
John K. Blaho 387
Adam Miles 495
SAFE-T-STORAGE II
19708. HIGHWAY 27


CLERMONT, FL 34711
Date: March 20, 2009
Time: 8:30a.m.
Tenant Name Unit
No.
Michele Traxler 207
Scott Hastings 504
Mailing address:
SAFE-T-STORAGE
P.O. BOX 795
MINNEOLA, FL 34755
No.: 21527217
April 06 & 13, 2007

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DMSION
File No. 2008-CP-1540-WL
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BELINDA TRACY HUBBARD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Belinda Tracy
Hubbard deceased, whose
date of death was
November 7, 2008 is pend-
ing in the Circuit Court for
Lake County, Florida,
Probate Division, the.
address of which is P.O. Box
7800, 550 W. Main St. 3rd
Floor, Tavares, FL 32778.
The names and addresses
of the personal representa-
tive and the personal repre-
sentative's attorney are set
forth below
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate, on whom
a copy .of this notice is
required to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF


THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice is February
27,2009
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
/s/ Pamela M. Robb, Esquire
Florida Bar No. 285099
1311 Winter Garden
Vineland Road
Winter Garden, FI 34787
Personal Representatives:
/s/ Charles S. Hubbard
1930 NE 194th Street
Maimi Beach FL3317
No.:00139219
Feb. 27 & March 6

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No.:2008-CA-006015
DIVISION ; 07
U C N :
352008CA006015XXCICI

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARY M. 'ROBERTS;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF


MARY M. ROBERTS; JOHN
DOE; ,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO THE FOLLOWING
DEFENDANT (S)
MARY M. ROBERTS
1756 W. SGHARTZ BLVD.
THE VILLAGES, FL. 32159
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following prop-
erty in LAKE County, Florida.
LOT. 1420, UNIT 7,
ORANGE BLOSSOM GAR-
DENS, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 27, PAGES
56 THROUGH 65, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF LAKE COUN-
TY, FLORIDA
Has been filed against you,
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on the
attorney for the Plaintiff:
NIXON & ASSOCIATES 3105
W. WATERSAVE., SUITE 204
Tampa, FL 33614
on or before (30) days from
the first publication of this
notice of action, and file the
Original with the Clerk of
this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attor-
neys or-immediately there-
after; 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 Cirtcuit Court,
LAKE County
P 0 Box 7800
TAVARES, FL 32778-7800
By:/s/W. TIIIman
As Deputy Clerk
No: 00133233
Feb.6, 13, 20 & 27, 2009


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE RFITH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Case No. 2008-CA-4939
DOUGLAS R. MCDUFFIE,
Plaintiff,
V.
NICHOLAS JOSEPH CAM-
PASANO,
Defendant
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: NICHOLAS JOSEPH
CAMPASANO
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following prop-
erty, in Lake County, Florida:
Unit 6A In Block 12, GLEN-'
WOOD VACATION VILLAGE
CONDOMINIUM, a
Condominium, according to
the Declaration of
Condominium, dated June
6,1978, and recorded In Off
icial Records Book 653,
Page 1163, Et. Seq. of the
Public Records of Lake
County Florida; together
with an undivided Interest in
the common elements of the
condominium, and common
uses and rights appurtenant
to said unit, as set forth In
the exhibits to the said
Declaration of
Condominium, as recorded,
exemplified, referred to and
set forth in said Declaration
of Condominium and
exhibits thereto.
has been filed against you,
'and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on
Robert S.. Thurlow, Esq.,
Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is Robert S.
Thurlow, P.A., 415 Canal
Street, New Smyrna Beach,
FI 32168. within 30 days
from the date of the first.
publication and file the orig-
inal with the Lake County
Clerk of the Court, either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered
against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
Dated on this 29 day of
January, 2009.
NEIL KELLY,
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ S Silhavy W
As Deputy Clerk
No: 00138994
Feb. 27 & March 6, 2009


IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5915
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP, a Florida General part-
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOSE ISAIAS ESTRELLA, et-
al
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAP-
TER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 11,
2009, I will sell to the high-
est 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 follow-
ing-described property, all df
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 amend-
ed.
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
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. PERAL-
TA 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. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No. 00138303
Feb.20 & 27, 2009










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IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5916
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP, a Florida General part-
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JORGE R. AGUILAR, et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAP-
TER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 04,
2009, 1 will sell to the high-
est 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 12, 2009 the follow-
ing-described property, all of
which are 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 amend-
ed.
Count 1-JORGE R. AGUILAR
Timeshare Period Week
(0)22 in Condominium Unit
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 Condominium Unit No.
104201
Count 5-ALEJANDRO BAR-
JAS 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
(E151 in Condominium Unit
No. 103107

Count 8-CHRISTINE A. CAR-
ROLL AND TERRI A. HOL-
COMBE 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 ECHEAN-
DIA AND FELICITA ESPADA
Timeshare Period Week (E)
26 in Condominium Unit No,
106302
Count 11- ARGYRO GIAK-
OUMI Timeshare Period
Week (0) 18 in
Condominium Unit No.
103106
Count 12- JOHN W HAND-
LEY AND LILA T HANOLEY


Timeshare Period Week (0)3
in Condominium Unit No.
105101
Count 13-RONALD 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.
103105
Dated February 6, 2009
NEIL KELLY,
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/Y Jiang
Deputy Clerk
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

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5917
/
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP, a Florida General part-
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RAFAEL ANTONIO IRIAS, et
al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAP-
TER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 05,
2009, 1 will sell to the high-
est 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 follow-
ing-described property, all of
which are 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 amend-
ed.
Count 1-RAFAEL ANTONIO
IRIAS Timeshare Period
Week (E)25 in Condominium
Unit No. 107202
Count 2-MARIA S MALDON-
ADO MARTINEZ Timeshare
Period Week (0)42 in
Condominium Unit No.
103203
Count 3-BRIAN N. MILLER
AND AMANDA R. MILLER
Timeshare Period Week
(0)34 in Condominium Unit
No.106306
Count 4-JOHN S ONEILL
Timeshare Period Week
(W)35 in Condominium Unit
No. 104106
Count 5-LIDIA PLACENCIA
AND GRACE LOPEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(0)41 in Condominium Unit
No. 105308
Count 6-JENNIFER M
ROCKS Timeshare Period
Week (E)36 in Condominium
Unit No 103206
Count 7-KELIA MARGARITA
SANTANA Timeshare Period


Week (W)32 in
Condominium Unit No.
105309
Count 8-KELLY ANN
SCRUGGS AND GEORGE
DALE SCRUGGS Timeshare
Period Week (W)30 in
Condominium Unit' No.
105209
Count 9-GINGER L
SHOWALTER Timeshare
Period Week (0)40 in
Condominium Unit No.
103201
Count 10-ROBERT S. SKAG-
GS AND RHIANNON J.
SKAGGS Timeshare Period
Week (0)44 in
Condominium Unit No.
107104
Count 11-SEVERO VALDEZ
AND ANGELA TORRES
VALDEZ Timeshare Period
Week (E)36 in Condominium
Unit No. 105103
Count 12-PATRICIO
ANDRES VERGARA ACEVE-
DO AND PAULA BEATRIZ
SANTA MARIA BOUDOIRE
Timeshare Period Week
(E)13 in Condominium Unit
No.106307
Count 13-CANDACE L
WORKS AND ARMANUEL
WORKS Timeshare Period
Week (W)41 in
Condominium Unit No.
105305
Dated February 06, 2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/Y. Jiang
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No:00139104
Feb.27 & Mar 06, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5927
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP; a Florida General part-
nersiip,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DENNY J BUTLER AND.
CASEY M BUTLER, et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAP-
TER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 04,
2009, I1 will sell to the high-
est 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 follow-
ing-described property, all of
which are 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 amend-
ed
Count 1-DENNY J BUTLER
AND CASEY M BUTLER
Timeshare Period Week
(0)43 in Condominium Unit
No. 106101
Count 2-SANDRAJUARBE-


REY,LUZ A RODRIGUEZ-
HERNANDEZ AND NOELIA M
DELGADO-RODRIGUEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(E)45 in Condominium Unit
No. 107303
Count 3-CLARA LOPEZ
Timeshare Period Week
(E)24 in Condominium Unit
No. 105211
Count 4-YURI MIRANDA
AND AMANDA MIRANDA
Timeshare Period Week
(W)34 in Condominium Unit
No. 104205
Count 5-JOHNATHAN
EMANUEL MOORE
Timeshare Period Week (0)2
in Condominium Unit No.
103107
Count 6-MARIUSKA PALA-
CIO Timeshare Period Week
(0)47 in Condominium Unit
No 103207
Count 7-ELVIS ALFONSO
PALACIOS AND YARITZA
MALDONADO Timeshare
Period Week (0)43 in
Condominium Unit No.
105101
Count 8-PEDRO POZO
Timeshare Period Week
(0)32 in Condominium Unit
No. 104102
Count 9-ROMEO SEEBURG
Timeshare Period Week
(E)11 in Condominium Unit
No. 103107
Count 10-CHARLES DEAN
SIMS Timeshare Period
Week (0)38 in
Condominium /Unit No.
105302
Count 11- JOSE G. TOLEDO
ROSA Timeshare Period
Week (E)1 in Condominium
Unit No. 106103
Count 12-VIVIANA VILLAR-
ROEL Timeshare Period
Week (E)48 in Condominium
Unit No. 104206
Count 13-CHRISTUS
ANTOYNNE WILLIAMS AND
LISA RENEE HOLMES
Timeshare Period Week
(W)21 in Condominium Unit
No. 104201
Dated February 9, 2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/Y. Jiang
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No. 00138955
Feb.27 & Mar 06, 2009

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5935
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP, a Florida General part-
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AMBER CRIDDLE BROWN
AND WOODY SCOTT
BROWN, et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAP-
TER45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 05,


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003 Legal
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2009, I will sell to the high-
est 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 19, 2009 the follow-
ing-described property, all of
which are SUMMER BAY
RESORT CONDOMINIUM III,
according to the Declaration
of Condominium thereof
recorded in Official Records
Book 1681, page 1850
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as amend-
ed.
Count 1-AMBER CRIDDLE
BROWN AND WOODY
SCOTT BROWN Timeshare
Period Week (E)8 in
Condominium Unit No.
407305
Count 2-ROBERTL. CREWS
AND SHERRY ANN
GILPATRIC Timeshare Period
Week (W)21 in
Condominium Unit No.
403302
Count 4-JORGE CHICA
GAVIRIA AND ANA CECILIA
ALBERTO Timeshare Period
Week (E)3 in Condominium
Unit No. 403302
Count 5-ROSE E GONZALEZ
Timeshare Period Week (0)3
In Condominium Unit No.
401107
Count 6-REINIER HERNAN-
DEZ SARDUY Timeshare
Period Week (0)8 In
Condominium Unit No.
403207
Count 7-HENRY J JOHNSON
II AND LORETTA JOHNSON
Timeshare Period Week
(E)19 In Condominium Unit
No 407108
Count 9-BYUNG SUN PARK
AND YOUN JU KIM ,
Timeshare Period Week
(E)25 In Condominium Unit
No. 407105
Count 10-REGINIA RENAUD
Timeshare Period Week
(0)44 In Condominium Unit
No.401105
Count 11-NICHOLAS S,
STEPHENS AND JENNIFER
S, STEPHENS' Timeshare
Period Week (0)23 In
Condominium Unit No.
403209
Count 12-CAROLYN LORA
SULLIVAN Timeshare Period
Week (E)27 In Condominium
Unit No, 407109
Count 13-JOSE MANUEL
VIDAL AND GISELA EVAN-
GELINA SALOANO
Timeshare Period Week
(E)41 In Condominium Unit
No., 407307
Count 14-YEWSHEVA M,
WILDER GRAHAM
TImeshare Period Week
(W)32 In Condominium Unit
No. 407104
Count 15-CHARLES. L
YOUNG AND JEANNE L
FRYE Timeshare Period
Week (W)50 in
Condominium Unit No,
- 403307
Dated February 10, 2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/Y, Jiang
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No:00139113
Feb.27 & Mar 06, 2009


IN THE COUNTY COURT 1N
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
SFLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 08CC5937
SUMMER BAY PARTNER-
SHIP, a Florida General part-
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
BIRTA L. ALLEN, et al
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAR-
TER45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suantto a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the captioned
matter dated February 05,
2009,1 will sell to the high-
est bidder for cash at the
front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center, 550
West Main Street, Tavares,
FL 32778, at 11:00 am. on
March 19, 2009 the follow-
ing-described property, all of
which are SUMMER BAY
RESORT CONDOMINIUM Ill,
according to the Declaration
of Condominium thereof
recorded In Official Records
Book 1681, page 1850,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as amend-
ed. ,
Count 1-BIRTA L, ALLEN
Timeshare Period Week
(W)16 In Condominium Unit
No. 501202
Count 2-LUIS FELIPE ARRA-
ZOLA PARDO AND ERIK
GARCIA ARRAZOLA
TImeshare Period Week
(W)6 In Condominium Unit
No.501108
Count 3-JULIE B BAPTISTE
Timeshare Period Week
(W)20 In Condominium Unit
No.408104
Count 4-ABEL CARMONA
AND ALICIA CARMONA
TImeshare Period Week
(W)16 in Condominium Unit
No. 502202
Count 5-MERCEDES
CASTELLO RAMOS
Timeshare Period Week
(0)26 In Condominium Unit
No. 502202
Count 6-HECTOR FELIX
CAVAZOS Timeshare Period
Week (W)37 In
Condominium Unit No
404205
Count 7-ANTONIO CHACON,
ODALYS PEREZ TOLEDO
AND MAYMEN CHACON
Timeshare Period Week
(W)23 In Condominium Unit
No. 406204
Count 8-OMAR CHACON
QUIROS Timeshare Period
Week (0)14 In
Condominium Unit No.
502105
Count 9-CARLOS FREDERI-
CO CHROCKATT DE SA AND


003 Legal
Notices
DENISE RICCI CHROCKATT
DE SA Timeshare Period
Week (W)33 In
Condominium Unit No.
501106
Count 10-GRETTEL OIAZ
Timeshare Period Week
(E)22 in Condominium Unit
No. 402301
Count 11-DIANA MORENO
ENRIQUEZ AND ARNOLDO
ENRRIQUEZ Timeshare
Period Week (0)33 in
Condominium Unit No.
402205
Count 12-JOHN GLEN ING-
MIRE AND ELOISA DELAZ-
ERDA INGMIRE Timeshare
Period Week (W)51 in
Condominium Unit No.
.503404
Count 13-HUGO M PAGAN
CALDERIN AND LUCYLL
CORREA NIEVES Timeshare
Period Week (E)49 in
Condominium Unit No.
402301
Count. 14-AUGUSTA LEE
THOMAS III AND
DEMETRIUS LASHAN
THOMAS Timeshare Period
Week (0)50 in
Condominium Unit No.
501206
Dated February 10, 2009
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/Y. Jlang
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
Attorney for Plaintiff
Ad No:00139086
Feb.27 & Mar 06, 2009
SUBMERGED LANDS
AND ENVIRONMEN-
TAL RESOURCES
NOTICE OF INTENT
TO ISSUE
File No.:35292174001
In the Matter of an
Application for
Permit/Water Quality
Certification, by:
APPLICATION:
Hugh & Mary Britton
(Property Owners) C/o
Ryan Dodd (Entity to
Receive Permit)
5910 Empire Church Rd
Groveland, FL 64736
PROJECT-NAME: Hugh
& Mary Britton
COUNTY: Lake
PROJECT: Install Slalom
Course and Jump Ramp
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE ENVIRONMENTAL
RESOURCE PERMIT
The Department of
Environmental
Protection gives notice
of Its Intent to:
(a) Issue an environ-'
mental resource permit
under Part IV of Chapter
373, Florida Statutes
(FS.), and Tile 62,
Florida Administrative
Code (FAC,) (draft copy
of permit attached).
Issuance of the environ-
mental resource permit
also constitutes certifi-
cation of compliance
with state water quality
standards pursuant to
section 404 of the
Clean Water Act, 33
U.S.C. 1344;
I. DESCRIPTION OF THE
PROPOSED ACTIVITY
The applicants Hugh &
Mary Britton, and the
entity to receive the
permit, Ryan Dodd,
applied on October 16,
2008 to the Department
of Environmental
Protection for a stan-
dard General Permit to
install a 403 feet long
slalom course and
associated ski jump
ramp on Big Bear Lake,
Class III Waterbody. The
course consists of six
(6), nine (9) Inch diame-
ter buoys attached to a
cord and rope which
fasten to a concrete
block anchor to be used
as guides to keep the
boats In a straight path
and a 22 feet long jump
ramp that can adjust
between five (5) and six
(6) feet In height. The
project Is located adja-
cent to 5802 Empire-
Church Road, '
Groveland, 34736 In
Sections 25, Township
22 South, Range 24
East in Lake County.
II. AUTHORITY FOR
REVIEW
The Department has
permitting authority
under Part IV of Chapter
373, ES., and Chapter
62-330, 62-341 and
62-343, EA.C. The
activity Is not exempt
from the requirement to
obtain an environmental
resource permit.
Pursuant to Operating
Agreements Bxecuted
between the
Department and the
water management dis-
tricts, as referenced In
Chapter 62-113, FA.C.,
the Department is
responsible for review-
ing this application.
No.:00140074


Feb. 27,2009


100
Announcement

106 Personals
SWM, 54 yrs old, aver-
age looking and finan-
cially challenged seeks
single white female for
companionship & nice
times. Please call 352-
365-8372

SWM, 6', 215lbs, 50 yrs
old, looking for a lady
for long term relation,
352-742-3119


108 Personals

THE Prayer of the
Blessed Virgin. (Never
Known to Fail) Oh,
most beautiful Flower
of Mt. Carmel, fruitful
vine, splendor of
Heaven, Blessed
Mother of the Son of
God, Immaculate
Virgin, Assist me in
my necessity. 0, Star
of 'the.Sea, Help me
and show me where
you are, my mother.
0', Holy Mary, Mother
of God, Queen of
Heaven and Earth, I
humbly beseech you,
from the bottom of
my heart to succor in
my necessity. (Make
request) There are
none that can with-
stand your power, 0'
Mary Conceived with-
out sin, pray for us
who have recourse to
thee (three times)
Holy Mary I place this
prayer in your hands
(three times) Say this
prayer for three con-
secutive days and
then you just publish,
and it will be granted
to you. Grateful
thanks. ELD


134 Cemetery

Lots/Crypts

CRYPT Two-person at
Hillcrest Memorial
Gardens, Leesburg.
$7,500,.787-7573


100 Schools/
Instruction



Lake Harris
HdithCenter r'0&iW.,

BEA "C.N.A."
In less than 40 hours.
Classes Forming Now
In Your Area,
Cost Is $300 plus
Stat examlnaton fee,
Please call:,
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-9757

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLO-
MAI Fast Affordable
& Aporedited FREE
Brochure. Call NOWI
1-800-532-6546 x
412' www,contlnen-.
talacademy.com


200
At Your
Service


245 Fnancial

IRS TAX PROBLEMS?
FREE Consultation If
you owe 1OK+ Settle
for Less-Ellminate
Penalties, Interest
Charges & Tax Liens
1-800-383-5270


300
Financial


801 Business

Opportunities


FREE SEMINAR
ARE YOU FEELING THE
FINANCIAL STRESS?
And looking for extra
income In this period of
economic slow down?
ATTEND A SEMINAR
HOSTED BY A
LONGTIME LOCAL
POULICEMAN

ENTITLED
What to look for and
What to look out for

In a HOME BASED
BUSINESS
NO CHARGE
If you have a need, or
know of someone that
has a need for extra
Income, call to reserve
your seat today
You will be very
glad you did.
Phone 352-357-7408
Date: March 3, 2009
Time: 7:00PM
Directions: Call for
directions &'entry code
to reserve your seat.

HONEST INCOME From
Home Processing Our
Mortgage Assistance
Postcards. No
Advertising. Postage
And Materials
Provided. References
Available, No
Gimmicks 877-774-
9295

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


301 Business

Opportunities

HUDDLE
HOUSE.
NEIGHBORHOOD DINER
EXCEPTIONAL
FRANCHISE
OPPORTUNITY
Seeking hands-on
entrepreneurs for
unique restaurant
ownership.
Sites available in
Clermont, FL.
Minimum $200K
liquidity and
$500K
in assets.
Contact
Jim Bullock
(800) 418-
9555
X1393
www.huddlehouse.com

820 Loans
$$$ACCESS LAWSUIT
CASH NOWIII As
seen on TV. Injury
Lawsuit Dragging?
Need $500 -
$500,000+++ with-
inm 24/hrs after
approval? Compare
our lower rates,
APPLY NOW 1-866-
386-3692
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Need a loan to get you
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Advances on Injury
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APPLY FREE CALL
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400
Employment


401
Management

MANAGER
R2356757

410 8ales
SALESPROFESSIONAL
neededed for growing
multi-media company
Weare seeking a self-
motivated, goal orient-
ed person to take over
an established sales
territory. Candidate will
have great communi-
cation skills, customer
service skills and orga-
nizational 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
AUTOMOTIVE SALES
Full Time
Exp. preferred but will
train. Great Team!
Benefits, Medical
and 401K.
Plaza Lincoln Mercury
Call Cory or Mark
352-787-1255
CLOSERSS
Home Improvement
Everyday Is PAY-
DAYI
In house financing,
3-5 leads per day
Call Bill
877-845-8660

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425 Clerical
DATA ENTRY PROCES-
SORS NEEDED Earn
$3, 50 0-$5, 000
Weekly Working from
Home Guaranteed
Paychecks! No
Experience
Necessary! Positions
Available Today!
Register Online Nowl
www.DataPosltlons.c
om
GENERAL
SECRETARIAL
Computer knowledge.
Experience preferred.,
Call 352-748-3987

480 Retail

X-MART
8UPERCENTER
973 E. SR 44,
WILDWOOD, FL
34785
352-330-0813

485 Medical

Apply at:
SILVER LAKE
ASSISTED LIVING
34601 Radio Rd,
352-356-9929


Lake Harris
H4ldiCenter pical

BE A "C.NA."
In less than 40 hours,
Classes Forming Now
In Your Area for
days & weekends,
Cost Is $300 plus
State
examination fee.
Please call:
Florida Medical Prep
352-573-9757



BILLING ASSISTANT
NURSE PRACTITIONER
RN. LPN
For busy
Fax 352-787-1062
BOOKKEEPER/
PERSONAL ASSISTANT
20-30/hrs week.
Must be organized,
For busy Physicians.
Fax Resume
352-315-1703
FRONT DESK
for busy Urgent Care
Fax Resume to:
352-315-1703
















ntemal Medicine
office looking for
LPN
Full-Time Positlon
The Villages
& Leesburg
Must have office
experience.
Benefits.
E-mall resumes to
densher1@comcast.net

Lakeview
Terrace


Retirement Community
331 Ralntree Drive
Altoona, FL 32702
EOE
SEEKING FRONT DESK
RECEPTIONIST
For state of the art
imaging center.
Mature & dependable
with strong insurance
& billing background
a plus. Must be able
to multi-task.
Call 305-304-8109

450 Trades
"FOR YOUR
PLUMBING NEEDS"
.Terry Ross Plumbing
2204 W. Griffin Rd.
Leesburg, FL 34748


450 Trades
FRAMING LABORERS
WANTED
Apply In person:
101 W.Catawba St.
Suite D,
Frultland Park, FL.
GROUND
MAINTENANCE
POSITION-FT
w/ benefits
Hillcrest Memoria
Gardens has opening
for full-time Grounds
Maintenance Employee
Candidate must be aval
to work some week-
ends, be dependable
have a valid DL, and
have reliable trans-
portation. We offer
401k, Paid Vacation
Health Insurance. Drug.
Free, EOE, M, F, V, D

Obtain an application at
HILLCREST MEMORIAL
GARDENS
1901 CR. 25-A,
Leesburg, FL 34748
INSTALLER/HELPER
Full Time. To install
Precast Concrete
Products. Will Train
dependable, able to
use basic carpentry
tools. Must be able to
work out of town 2
weeks at a time. $10 -
$12/hr. DFWP
Apply at:
Leesburg Concrete
1335 Thomas Ave;
Leesburg
UMO DRIVERS
needed, must have .
CDL & Orlando permit
& clean driving record,
Pay $15-$20 hr.
Call: 352-409-1100
Experienced Drivers
W/Class A CDL,Home
weekly, East 'Coast
Runs, Foliage up and
refrigerated back,
Call MCT @ 800-309-
0942

455
Restaurants/

Hotels/Clubs
LINE COOK & SERVER
Experience required,
For Day & Evening
sessions, For full
service restaurant,
Call Brenton .
352-735-2561
SERVERS
Please apply in person;
O'Keefe's Irish Pub
Downtown Tavares,

490 Beauty
STYLUSTI
LeCharme Is now hir-
ing Stylist w/clientele,
Call Jole 314-2640 ,

465 Domestic
HOUSEKEEPER FT
$7.25 per/hr.
Mon.-Sat, Tavares.
352-638-7900

470 General
$$$WORK FROM
HOME$$$ Earn Up to
$3,800 Weekly
Working from Home
assembling
information packets.
No Experience
Necessary! Start
Immediately! 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
***Void South
Dakota, Maryland***
AIRLINES ARE HIRING-
Train for high paying

program, Financial
aid if qualified-
Housing Available.
CALL Aviation
Institute of
Maintenance 888-
349-5387
ASSEMBLE MAGNETS &
CRAFTS FROM HOME!
Year-round Work!
Excellent Payl No
Experience Top US
Company Glue Gun,
Painting, Jewelry &
Morel TOLL FREE 1-
866-844-5091, en
espaliol **Not avail-
able MD
ATTEND COLLEGE
ONLINE from home,
*Medical, *Business,
*Paralegal,
*Computers, *Criminal
Justice. Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial aid
if qualified.
Call 800-510-0784,
CenturaOnline.com
BODYGUARDS NEEDED


FREE Training, No
Experience OK.
Excellent Pay.
Stateside and over-
seas assignments.
Temporary or long
term. 1-615-228-
1701 psubody-
guards.com

BODYGUARDS-
COUNTER-ASSAULT
TEAMS! Needed USA
& OVERSEAS $119-
$ 2 2 0 K/ye a r.
Bodyguards $250-
$750/day; 18 or
older. 615-885-8960
or 615-942-6978
ext. 600 www.inter-
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470 General

















ELS NEEDED Earn
$100-$300 per day.h
No Experience
Required. PT/FT. All
Looks and Ages
Needed. Call Now! 1-
800-605-6851
MYSTERY Shoppers
earn summer gas
money. Up to
$10-30 50/ day.
ndercover shoppers
needed to judge retail
and dining establish-
ments. Exp, not req.
800-742-60941




MYSTERY SHOPPERS
Earn up to $100 per
day! Undercover
shoppers needed to
judge retail & dining
establishments.
Exp. not required.
Please call:
1-877-758-2861

STEEL WORKERs

Tranee program,

30 days vacatlon/yr,.
No eper needed
ages 17-34dedt d






lCase Mon Fri.
(800)-742-8123
YSTEEWOPPERS















Offers several
job opportunities
Great Beneftal








Apply In person at:
516 W. Main St.
Leesburg or
at: www.leb.netd
DFWP/EOE

TREE NURSERY
PESTICIDE
APPLICATOR FT
rap, necessary.





Apply In person!
15 W, 301
Sumtervllie, FL 33585
EOE/DFWP





Pets/Alnial,
1-1aGer miuc.e










501 Pets
For Sale

ADORABLE
PUPPIES!





Under NEW Ownership
NEXT TO PUBLIX
352-323-1580
AFRICAN GREY,
male, 3 yrs old,
w/cage & misc.
$850/obo. Please
call 352-568-7980
BALL PYTHONS, (2),
2 1/2' long, w/glass
tank & stand. $200
all. 352-267-2661
BASSET HOUND, 1 yr.
male,' very lovable:
Froo to good homo.
ADOPTED
BEAGLE/FKING CHARLES
SPANIEL MIX,
female, 4/mo. shots.
,. ADORPTEDI
BOSTON TERRIER
PUPPIES 1st shots &
health cert. $350.
352-409-3512
BUNNIES Mini Rex,
domestic. E i-TO
GOOD HOMEII Call
ADOPTED
CHIHUAHUA Shih-Tzu, I
Lhasa Apso, Maltese
Call 728-1262
CHIHUAHUA WANTED,
puppy or young
female, long coat,
CKC or AKC w/health
cert. 352-223-4786
DACHSHUND female
mos., cream, long
haired. Lovable.
$250. 636-0647
MILITARY MACAW, male
,5 yrs. old, $700/obo.
352-504-8080 or
352-617-1935


MIXED BREED PUPPIES
Ready March 18th.
Free to good home.
352-324-3293
Pfr BULL
Brindle 9 wks, male.
Asking $200 obo.
352-255-9740
SPRINGER SPANIEL LAB
MIX, blk. all shots,
spay, house trained.
M ADOPTED


520 Livestock

BALE OF HAY, 4'.I
Asking $25. Please
call 813-927-2034


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

530 Horses
ORCHARD ALFALFA
(Ohio hay) 55-60lbs.
$11/bale. Eustis
352-223-9080
500 Pet
Supplies
ANIMAL TRAP galva-
nized, 12"x10"x12"
$15. Call 352-589-
7058
AQUARIUM
75 gal. w/wood base
& filter. Asking $200.
352-357-0551
CAGE, Ig. & medium
for a dog. $100 for
both. 352-551-8798
OG CRATE, 21" 1/2
wide, 32" long. 23"
1/2 high. 1st. $20
Mt. Dora 735-1591
DOG CRATE, plastic,
extra large, good
cond. Asking
$60/obo. Call 352-
504-7967
DOG b IHOLLER.
Asking $75-obo Please
call 724-787-1975
EN animal, outdoor,
portable, 4.5'x5'
w/door, 3'2" h. $45.
SCall 352-742-1768 -




600
Merchandise
Mart



901 Antiques
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

902
Arts/Crafts
GEMOLOGY MICRO-
SCOPE 800 kt of
genuine natural gem
stones, Incl. 2 soft-
ware programs, +
250 gem jars & com-
plete gemology tool
it, Too much to list
$1,500, 352-250-
4133
008 Collectibles1
BACHMANN OVERLAND
limited, HO Scale
electric train set,
Locomotive + ten
cars, $90. or best
offer 352-227-4525
CHILDREN'S BOOKS
(100) old, hard & soft
cover. Good Cond.
$100. 315-1612
DISNEY PINS
assorted cast mem-
bers. $85. Mt. Dora.
407-9739-0898 .
DOLL 2 1/2' tall, blonde
hair, dressed in vel-
vet. $25. Please call'
352-751-6252
DOLL Cracker Jack still
in box 1979. Asking
$100. Please call'
352-343-8916
PLANT STAND, brought
Iron, 5' tall, spiral
staircase silk plants
incl.. $99 735-1177
RECORDS, Old classical
records. $25 obo
Please call 352-343-
5191
SPORTS CARDS, AUTO-
GRAPHS & ETC..
$75. Mt. Dora. 407-
739-0898
STAMP ALBUM large
Harris, partial fill plus
lots of extras. $100
firm. 352-742-1939
STAMP ALBUM large
Harris, partial fill plus
lots of extras. $100
firm. 352-742-1939
TRAIN SET, HO scale,
Publlx 25th anniver-
sary, engine & 3 cars,
$25 874-5418
904 Furniture
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic pilowtop
mattress w/
boxsprlngs only
$375, w/warranty.
Can deliver Call 352-
552-0525
ARMOIRE Computer
Solid Pine. Lots of
storage. $75. Call
352-315-1364
BED All new
Ortho Plllowtop
Mattress
w/boxsprings.
Queen-size
with warranty
Starting at
$160 Can deliver


352-243-1021
BED All new
Ortho King-size pillow-
top mattress &
boxsprings
with warranty
Starting at
$250. Can deliver
352-243-1021




BED/DRESSER/MIRROR,
MATTRESS & BOX
SPRING dbl. $50. Call
352-408-5397


604 Furniture
BED All new Memory
Foam Mattress.
Starting at $399
incl. warranty
Can deliver
352-243-1021




BEDS NEW
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Full/Queen & King Size
Ortho Pillow top.
W/warranty.
Starting at $120.
Can deliver.
Call 352-394-5813
BEDROOM Sh-l
Queen sized, bed
w/headboard & foot-
board. Real wood & like
new. 1 nitestand, 1
upright dresser & 1
long dresser w/mirror.
Alli for $500.
Call 352-697-0710
3EDROOM SET 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
CHAIR gold corduroy &
OTTOMAN, Asking
$40, Please Call
352-434-5395
CHAIR oversized
w/ottoman, dark
plum very good cond.
$50, 793-3992
Sumter
CHAIR, office, like new,
black, Bought last
year, Paid $129 ask-
ng $50,343-4550
CHAIR, Rocker, pale
gold, sGood cond,
Asking $25, Please
call 352-735-1874
CHAIRS (4) pipe style
w/cushlons & floral
pattern, $75 for all
obo, 352-343-5793
CHEST OF DRAWERS
1/whlte & 1/belge,
$90 for both obo, Call
352-742-1492
CO.ETABLE & 2/END
STABLES, Broyhlll,
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
DESK Computer
59"x25.5", + hutch.
Loads of storage
$90.352-787-3145
DESK secretary style,
excel. cond. $60.
Please call 352-638-
9175
DESK, computer, good
cond. Asking $75.
352-516-8009 call
between 9am & 9pm
DINETTE SET
with 4 chairs, rectan-
gular. Asking $40.
352-735-1454
DINING ROOM
Contemporary
beveled glass top,
4/armed chairs, excel
cond. $200. 352-
504-1192 or 352-
326-9539
DINING ROOM HUTCH
oak, w/top glass
doors, Great cond.
$325. Please call
352-669-8690
ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER, Oak, Free
27" color TV. $95
847-651-9653
FUTON $299


$ 1 1 1164 / 1 k i

*Newr3"sizedan ooHDD
$Cond. $10/ bth
TV5with3080P4


804 Furniture
PATIO TABLE w/4
chairs, tan & yellow.
Asking $75.
Leesburg, 989-941-
7805
ROCKER/RECUNER, La-
Z-Boy, tan, good
cond. Asking $60.
352-250-1749
ROLL TOP DESK, per-I
fect cond. $100. 352-
383-4270
SCHOOL DESK hard-
wood 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 BED, beige
leather, excel, cond.
$100/obo. Please
call 352-250-1749
SOFA dark green/blue &
rose stripped pattern.
Good cond. $100
obo. 352-343-5580
SOFA HIDE-A-BED
queen size floral,
used very little, good
cond. $275. Please
call 352-821-9902
SOFA TABLE,
light cream, good
shape. $50. Please
call. 352-250-2895
SOFA, 9', w/sofa
cover, good shape. I
$50. 352-215-3746
OFA, blue & mauve
color in It, good cond.
Asking $85. Call
352-343-2973
STEREO CABINET, 46
wide x 76 height x 17
deep Excel cond. $85
obo 223-4510
SWIVEL.ROCKER, La-Z-
Boy, blue, Asking $25
Please call, 352-
434-5395
TABLE & 2 CHAIRS,
Indoor/outdoor, white
wicker. P!8 efo al.
$M$$OLD$$$$,$$
TABLE
Round with 2 leaves,
S$65.352-326-2893
ABLE wall mounted
pull-out, Asking
$100. Please call
352-343-7047
TABLE white vintage
.wicker, beautiful, 40"
glass top, $85. 352-
365-2988
TABLE, -Solid Oak,
Clawfoot, Good Cond,
$100 Call 352-793-
7338
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
TABLES, set of 3, metal
w/tile top, sturdy,
stylish, like new. $80.
567-219-9515
WICKER SET, loveseat,
& coffee table. $50.
352-504-6406

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
CLERMONT, White
Maytag plus refriger-
ator/icemake $175
32+82 8508300077
DRYER, by Sears, like
new. Asking $100.
352-357-0573
DRYER, Whirlpool,
Sears, gas. Like new
Asking $125. Call
352-748-0553 ,
FREEZER, Danby, white,
small, chest. Runs
good, Asking $100.
Call 352-343-4714
FREEZER, Haler, upright,
5.0 cu. in. Asking
$100/obo. Please
call 352-589-0943
FREEZER, Kenmore,
small, 34" high x 25"
wide. Excel *cond.
$50 SOLD
HOOD,
Range,
(Broan).Asking $25.
Please Call 352-
669-8690
MICR 0 WAVE
(Convection)
KitchenAid. Works
great. Asking $75.
352-857-0483
MICROWAVE GE, over
the stove, white.
Good cond. $25.
352-636-9282
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805 Appliances
PATIO GRILL
George Foreman,
elec., hardly used,
$60/obo. 307-9555
REFRIGERATOR
GE Mini 3.7cu.ft.,
Excel cond. $90. Call
352-753-8361
REFRIGERATOR
K en m ore ,
30"x30"x65", under
warranty $4
SOLDIII
REFRIGERATOR,
Kenmore, side by
side. Ice & water in
door. $449
$$$SOLD$$$
STOVE & DISHWASHER,
GE, white good cond.
Mlng $150 for all.
$$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
STOVE Gas, 30", G.E.
Almost new $499-

STOVE, electric, self-
cleaning, cream col-
ored. Good cond.
&$7-$$$$OLD$$$
STOVE, GE XL44, gas,
extra Ig., self clean-
ing, good cond.
$499- $$ SOLD $$
WASHER & DRYER
(Elec.) GE. Aekin
$100. Ploaoo call
SOLD 1ST DAYI
WASHER & DRYER
Asking $275.
Please call
352-669-8690

808 Bectronics
BATTERY for Canon
camera. Model NB3L.
(2) w/chargers. $30.
324-2559
CAMERAS (4), Kodak
S5iTIm 1 lime lairs
$5,).'3i oiDo Call
3.2'-589- 372
CAMERAS 35am Ti IF u
. (1) Nikon ir":i frr,
$50/all oo Call
352-589-- ?.'2
CELL PHONE Sprint
Sanyo SCP 8400,
camera phone.

DESK PHONE w/answer-
ing machine & 2
portable phones, GE.
$35. 321-276-9550
GAME SYSTEMS Super
orig., 64 NES, Dream
Cast, Saturn. $-100.
352-357-2771
PHOTO PRINTER
HP Photo Smart
05160, new in box.
$50. 223-3678
PICTURE PHONE Sprint,
SPM225. Paid $179.
$40/obo. Good Cond.
455-4872




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Series 2, looks good
sounds great! $75/pr
firm. 352-751-7398
SPEAKERS, 10" square,
Audiovox. Works &
looks great. Asking
$15, 352-753-9341
SUBWOOFER, Keiiwood,
enclosure w/300
watt amp. $609/ee.
$$$ SOLD $$$
TELEVISION
19" color, like new.
.Asking $25. Please
call 352-748-5465
TELEVISION 36" Sony
Trinitron. Great
Picture. $100. Call
352-315-1364
TELEVISION Magnavox
19", & RCA VCR
recorder. $60 obo.
352-728-8892
TELEVISION Portable, 5;
LCD screen, color,
great cond. $50.
352-455-4872
TELEVISION
Zenith 20", color
w/remote. Asking
$20. 352-728-2597
TELEVISION, 20", great
picture, w/remote.
Asking $30. Please
call 352-314-0411
TELEVISION, 25" Zenith,
color, w/remote,
works great. $75.
352-24540716
TELEVISIONS (1) 27", (1)
27" w/RCA plugs, (1)
19". $75 for 1ll.
SOLDIIIII
TELEVISION'S
w/remote. Aoking
$7P for all. Please
call $$$ SOLD $$$
WINDOWS XP DESKTOP,
works good. $90. Call
360-1792 or 254-
0104

624 Children's
Items
BABY SWING &
BOUNCER., Asking
$70. Please call 352-
561-4035
BABY SWING
Winnie the Pooh,
Safety 1st. $40. Call
352-729-2079
BASSINET Kolcraft,
Tender Vibes, hood-
ed, white eyelet. $20.
352-793-1469


824 Chilren's
items
BOYS CLOTHES, 20 pc.
12-18 mo. & 18-24
mo. $20. Call Alicia.
352-669-5423
BOYS CLOTHES, 6-12
mo. great cond. 13
gallon bag. $30. Call
352-455-9798
CAR SIA],
Graco Asking $25.
Call 352-343-2042
CHILDREN'S TOYS
various items. Asking
$50 for all. Please
call 352-551-0002
EXUHSAUCLH,
Evenflo. Asking $30
Call 352-343-2042
GIRLS CLOTHES, 21pc.,
6/6x & 7/8 sizes,
some name brands.
$20. 352-669-5423
LEAPFROG activity sta-
tion & other nice toys
& clothes Sell all for
$50.357-3996
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 Even Flo
w/infant car seat.
Good cond. $40. Call
352-357-0139
STROLLER w/top under-
neath storage, blue
nice cond. $35. Call
352-253-9236
TUIXED0 Boys w/tail, size
3T, black. Brand new.
$40. Call 352-457-
1786

625 Building
Supplies/
Materials
CABINET DOORS (12)
Solid Oak, for under a
sink. w/Hardware.
$100. 669-5568
CONCRETE BLOCKS (30)
asking $50 for all.
Please call 352-205-
9215
DUCT WORK, Flexible,
10'. Asking $10. Call
352-455-8811
SCAFFOLDING, heavy
duty. Asking $50. 352-
568-1640
STEEL BUILDINGS Al
sizes welcome. Steel
prices are down! Will
help with design.
Additional discounts
avai labl 'e.
www.greylensteel.co
.m 1-866-802-8573

828 Farm
Equipment
FENCE POSTS steel 36"
lohg, bundle of 8.
$14/all. Call 352-
589-7058
829 Flea
Markets/Auctions
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Boats, Outboard
Motors, Trailers, Parts
& Accessories. Power
Tools, Hand Tools,
Fishing Tackle &
Household Items. Sat
Feb. 28th. 10am
Comer of CR 44 &
Fish Camp Rd. In
Grand Island. 352-
223-6677

830 Garage Sales
CLERMONT, Huge
Moving Sale March
5,6,7 8am-3pm.
Amber Hill Subd. off
lake shore Dr. All fur-
niture, tools patio set,
grill, bunk beds, train
table, dining rm set
and all household
items. 12140
Sapphire Dr

885 Garden
AERATOR,
28" wide, draw type.
$25. 352-787-1226
GARDEN BOX, home
garden system, 18
gallon. Asking $22.
352-568-1640
GARDEN TOOL SET, 5 in
1,18 volt, 2 batter-
ies, & charger. New
$75 793-4253
HEDGE TRIMMER,
16", elec. Asking $20.
Call 352-326-0631
LAWN DETACHER,
used once $68

.AWN MOWER Murray
8hp rider, 30" cut,
needs work. $88.
SOLD
LAWN MOWER, Quick
start, high wheels.
Only $65. Call 352-
728-4913
LAWN MOWER, Push,
20" & gas WEED
EATER. All for $100.
352-348-5843


LAWNMOWER Riding,
Snapper, needs
motor repair.-$69.
$$$$SOLD$$$$$$
RIDING MOWER, Ford,
8hp, elec. or pull
start. Asking $325.
352-449-9799
TRIMMER, EDGER &
HEDGER TRIMMER,
new Worx, w/battery
$80. 728-3572
TRIMMER, EDGER &
HEDGER TRIMMER,
new Worx, w/battery
$80. 728-3572
TRIMMER/EDGER,
string, Weedeater,
elec. Good cond.
$15. 352-742-0894


685 Garden
WANTED Used RIDING
LAWN MOWER. Mfg.
by Walker, ZERO
TURN. 753-6100

640 Guns
DEER RIFLE Marlin
model 336 35 cal-
iber. Asking $340.
352-728-2692
GUN & KNItFE SHOW
BROOKSVILLE HSC
FEB. 28th, 9-5
MAR. 1st 9-4
Held at Hemando Co.
Fairgrounds. Admission
$6.00
352-799-3605
GUN CABINL I,
Holds 8 guns. $125.
Call 352-365-2344
IUFLE, Thomas Center
Hawken 32 caliber.
Like new. $350 obo
Call 352-461-3094
SHOTGUN Remington
Wing Master Slug
Gun. Asking $300.
351-728-2692

049 Medical
INVERSION TABLE
as new. Asking $325
obo. Please call 352-
748-5523
LIFT CHAIR, elec. Like
new. Asking $450.
352-343-7373
NECK/SHOULDER MAS-
SAGE & FOOT MAS-
SAGER w/heat. All
$35. 352-753-7835
ONLINE PHARMACY Buy
Soma, Ultram,
Fiodricet, Prozac,
Buspar $71.99/90
Quantity or
$107/180 Quantity.
'PRICE INCLUDED
PRESCRIPTION! We
will match any com-
petitor's price. 1-
888-507-3415 or
www.trirx.org
PLATFORM, Hoist for a
Power Chair. Has all 4
restraints. $100. Call
352-748-3194
WALKER w/balls. I
Asking $15. Please
call. 352-669-5568

650 Computers
& Equip
COMPUTER Dell XP, 300
MHz, Internet ready.
Asking $50. 352-
787-4909
COMPUTER MONITOR -
17" 'works good,
White. Asking $25.
352-742-0894
COMPUTER, Dell
SPentium 4 Tower,
1.7Ghz, XP-office.
$85. 352-233-7058
GET A NEW COMPUTER
Brand Name laptops
& Desktops. BAD or
No Credit-No
Problem. Smallest
weekly payments
b: 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. Its yours NOW
800-932-3721
**Unavailable West
Virginia, Canada*"**
PRINTER, Bother, fax,
prints & scans, needs
ink. $20 352-589-
7273
PRINTER, HP, like new,
w/ink & installation
disk. $25.343-6824

851 Articles
Wanted
HELP WANTED. Lite line
tech .Apply in person
at 1220 Oakley
S e a v e r
Dr. Clermont,FL
34711'
852 Articles
For Sale
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TEMS 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
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NOWIII Brand Name
Laptops & Desktops.
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* Weekly Payments
avail. It's yours NOW
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5010 **""Unavailable
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avail. It's Yours NOW
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AIR CONDITIONER
window unit 5,000
BTU's cooling only.
$35. 352-455-8811
ASSORTED TOOLS,
hammers, screw-
drivers, wrenches
etc. $35. 352-728-
4584
BARBECUE GRILL,
Arklamatic w/ cover
all. large, $60. Call
352-742-0847

BLANKET, elec., Never
been used, King.
kin Please
call SOLD $$$


652 Articles
For Sale
BOOKS, 560, old hard-
backs, (16 boxes)
$32 obo. 787-6921 I
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
BREAD MAKER
Breadman, like new
Asking $40. Please
call 352-408-2075
BREADMAKER
Panasonic, good
cond. Asking $6.
Call $$$ SOLD $$$
BRIDAL GOWN White.
Beautiful, brand new!
Asking $90. Mt.
Dora. 304-210-3060
CHANDELIER
Williamsburg, gold
w/5 candles/bulbs &
shades. $45. 352-
205-7617
CLERMONT, 30 inch
Samsung digital slim
fit tv HDTV dolby dig-
ital $225. and four
antique end table
$150. Gibilter three
legs music stand
three cows cross
bar, 10in pro scaban/
$125. Djembe
Africian brum
$125.850-8300077
CLOTHES, 13 blouses,
like new, (Alfred
Dunner). Size 20
$50 399-2484
CLOTHING, Ladies Plus
sizes, varies styles.
Asking $85 for, all.
352-669-8003
COATS Leather full &
mid length, black,
shorter purple. $95
all. 407-284-0012
COMPRESSOR for an Air
Conditioner,
Copeland 2 1/2 ton,
new. $100. 383-
9589
COMPRESSOR for an Air
Conditioner,
Copeland 2 1/2 ton,
new. $100. 383-
9589.
CORN HOLE GAME
2 boxes & 8 corn hole
bags. Asking $50.
352-508-5374
DESSERT WARE SET,
James Quality
Jewelers, brass,
w/box $50 352-
343-8916
DIRECTTV FREE 4 ROOM
SYSTEM 265+
Channels! Starts
$29,.99! FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starz! 130
.HD Channels! FREE
DVR/HD No Start Up
Costs! Local
Installers! 1-800-
620-0058
DIRECTTV FREE 4 ROOM
SYSTEM! 265+
Channels! Starts
$29,.99! FREE HBO,
Showtime, Starz! 130
HD Channels! FREE
DVR/HD No Start Up
Costs! Local
Installers! 1-800-
"973-9044
DISHES 54 pcs.,
Pfaltzgraff, beige
w/brown center
design. $;6. SOLDIII
DISHES, Noritake,
Shasta 5305. Asking
$150 for all. Call
352-483-2571
DISHES, Pfaltzgraff, 8
pc. setting includes
soup tureen. $100.
352-751-4773
DRESS BOOTS women's
black leather, 3"
heels, size 7, new.
$25. 352-753-4043
FOLDING TABLES (2)
brand new, 6., stur-
dy, w/handles. $100.
748-9611
GRILL, gas, great cond.
Cover & 3/4 full tank
in cluded. Asking
$75.352-787-2875
HALTER DRESSES, semi
formal 18W/Silver &
20W/Pink, like new.
$50.352-357-0852
HAT, Cowboy, Resistol,
size 7, blk. Asking
$45/obo. Wildwood.
352-748-2156
JEANS Women's ZOD
boot cut jeans, size
16 petite. New with
tags. $11. 357-3996
LEATHER COAT, 3/4
length, black, size
medium. Asking $45.
352-483-3372
LIGHT FIXTURE, NEW
round 21" ceiling
mount 2 bulb $10.
352-435-0055
MATTRESS COVER dbl.
size & comforter set
brand new. $75 for


all. 352-259-3522
MEMORY FOAM THERA-
PEUTIC NASA VISCO
MATTRESSES
WHOLESALE! T-$299
F-$349 Q-$399 K-
$499 Adjustables -
$799 Free Delivery
25 year warranty 90
Night Trial 1-800-
ATSLEEP T-800-
287-5337 www.mat-
tressdr.com
MIRROR
for a bathroom
42"x48" good cond.
$4.. SOLDII
MOVIES, VHS, 70 good
movies in all. Asking
$50 for all. Please
call 352-323-8448


852 Articles
For Sale
ORGAN & Popular
records. Asking $30
obo Call 352-343-
5191
PAPER SHREDDED
Ativa cross cut ten
sheet. Asking $20.
352-728-2597
PLANTATION
SHUTTERS, new.
Asking $100 for pair.
Please call 352-613-
2394
POSTER Dale Earnhart
Sr. 5' stand up Busch
Beer poster. Great
cond. $125. 352-
669-8690
QUILT RACK Maple
wood, 21 "wide x 31"
high. $5. Call 352-
360-1209
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homes with one buy.
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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
RUG Blue w/design.
Room size. Good
Cond.-$75. 408-8122
RUG Blue w/design.
Room size. Good
Cond. $50. 408-8122
U 1 Ig. for living rm.
Excel Cond. $75. Call
352-357-9305 or
352-455-2224
RUG Square w/fruit
design, med. size.
Good Quality. $75.
352-357-9305
SATELLITE DISH, Direct
TV, mobile, wood
mounted, w/100'
cable. $40. 223-
8500
SERVING TEA CART
with 2 glass shelves
on wheels. Like new.
$55.352-205-7617
SEWING MACHINE,
Singer, portable,
attachments, books.
$35 314-3706
SIGN Says "OPEN",
neon, 331/2" X 15".
Asking $75 FIRM.
Call 352-460-0423
SWAG LIGHT, brown
w/flickering amber
lights. $60. Must
See! 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
. TICKET & DINNER (1)
Arlo Guthrie Tour. Mt.
Dora on 2/28, $45.
352-408-6802
TOILET
Kohler like new.
Asking $25 obo,
Please call 352-323-
9338
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
VACUUM CLEANER,
Kenmore 12.0 amps,
w/attachments. $55.
352-343-1050
VACUUM, Kenmore
Direct Drive,
w/attachments., 12
amp. $65. 352-314-
9379
VEST Carhartt, fleece
lined construction
vest, size large. $25.
352-253-1106
WINDOW AC UNIT, used
1 year, 10,000 btu.
Asking $75. Please
call 352-343-7084
WINDOWS & SCREENS
(5) fits mobile home.
Asking $25. Call
352-748-6176
WORKBENCH
New, sturdy built ill
wood, 8' long. $70.
352-343-7201

655 Musical

Instruments
KEYBOARD, Electronic.
Yamaha DGX500,
full-sized 88 keys,
disc drive, stand,
much more. $250.
Call 352-787-3145
ORGAN Kimball Swinger
700, dbl. keyboard.
Asking $300 obo.
Call 352-315-0161
ORGAN, Lowrey
Adventurer, perfect


cond, great tone, not
a toy. $500. 253-
0768

875 Sports/
Recreation
ABDOER Pro-model for
upper area, exercise
equip. $40/obo. Like
New 352-357-0766
ATV Honda, 4-wheeler,
250EX '01, garage
kept, low hours.
$2,100. 326-3526
BICYCLE 26" Vintage
Schwinn. Asking $30.
Please call 352-748-
5465
SCUBA DIVERS FINS,
new cond. $25 all.
435-0350


675 Sports/
Recreation
BICYCLE 26" w/balloon
tires, coaster brake.
Great shape $25.
352-483-3029
BICYCLE EZ Roll, 3-
wheel, w/big seat &
basket. $100. -352-
399-2260
BICYCLE EZ Roll, 3-
wheel, w/big seat &
basket. $100. 352-
399-2260
BICYCLE
GT 26" Mountain.
Asking $100. Please
call 954-588-5170
BICYCLE Huffy Rocket,
Boys 20" Excel Cond.
$75. Call John 352-
787-7971
BICYCLE Vintage. Good
cond. Asking $100.
Please call 352-504-
6406
BICYCLE, 26" balloon
tire, Men's. Asking
$ 2 6
SOLDIIIIIIIIIIllIII
BICYCLE, 26" Huffy
Beach Cruiser, excel.
cond. Women's. $50
352-259-3522
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT,
Space Saver, Proform
R-930. Asking $40.
352-435-0211
EXERCISE MACHINE
Power Racer. Asking
$50. Please call 352-
669-6742
EXERCISER (Fitness
Flyer), retail $250.
Asking $75. Call
352-753-7713
FOUR WHEELER '06
Honda Sportrax 400
EX, 4 stroke w/lights.
$2,500 firm. Call
352-787-3411
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 CLUB, Big Bertha,
Callaway, Sand
Wedge, new cond.
$46. SOLD
GOLF CLUBS
2 sets. Asking $30
for all. Please call
352-551-0002
GOLF CLUBS Graphite
woods oversized
irons & bag avail.
$75. 735-6927
GOLF CLUBS Rawlings,
Ladies, 3 iron-PW, 1,
3, 5, woods/bag.
$75.352-245-0716
GOLF CLUBS, junior set
with standing golf
bag. $50 obbo Call
352-787-1393
GOLF CLUBS,
new Spalding metal
wood 1,3 & 5.$100.
352-638-9175` '
GRAVITY RIDER 400 GR
exerciser. Good
Cond. $25/obo. 352-
357-0766
HELMET, chest guards &
Jersey for dirt bike,
"No Fear." New.
$75.308-6623




HOT TUB LOADED!
Brand new w/flber
optic waterfall, cup
holders, therapy jets.
Can deliver. $1,895.
Call: 352-394-3279
POOL TABLE $1,350




Brand new, custom
double-arch'table.
Must see! Can deliver.
Call: 352-394-3279
TRAMPOLINE
Great cond. Asking
$75. Please call 352-
455-7545
WEIGHT BENCH Welder
Pro Style excel, cond.
Asking $50 firm. Call
352-217-0586

685 1001Tools/
Machinery
CHAIN SAW, 2.0,
Poulan, gas 14"
(NEW), never used.
$100. Call 352-348-
5843
CHAIN SAW, Homelite,
16", used once.
Asking $80. Please
call 352-874-5528
CHAINSAW, Poulan,
20", runs like new.
Asking $99/obo.
352-449-9799
CUTllNG TORCH Victor,
with cart & tanks.

DRILL, Heavy duty, I
5/8', Asking $100 obo
352-793-7338 J
PAINT SPRAYING OUT-
FIT New in box. Gun


Regulator & Hose.
$80. 787-3162
SKILL SAW, Craftsmen,
industrial rated.
Worm drive saw. $75
obo 223-4510
TEST SET, Harris,
TS22LO, like new.
Asking $75. Please
call 352-787-5528

TOOL CADDY revolving,
Rubbermaid. New in
box. $8. Call 352-
324-3025

WELDER, 225, Lincoln.
Good condition.
Aching $126.
(h31SG D.22Jl


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




800
Real Estate
For Rent



805 Houses
Furnished
HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS
Lg. 3/3, 2,700 sf,
gated waterfront
Lake Harris,
marinalgolf avail, All
amenities. $2,500/
mo. 1st, last & dep.
352-406-5728
MT DORA Historic 4/2
$1,200/mo no util.
$1,500/mo incl
Comcast cable,
phone, internet, all
Mt. Dora until. Teco
gas. 6-mo. lease. Call
352-669-5386

806 Houses

Unfurnished

1, 2 & 3 BR
Starting at

$650

ER mGrizzard
REALTOR'S

352-314-1599
COLEMAN, SUMTER
COUNTY 3/2 mobile
on 5 acres.
$675/mo. 352-267-
2588
EUSTIS 3/1. CHA,
fenced, close to
downtown. $750 mo
Call 407-252-1814
EUSTIS 3/1 chain link
fence, carport, quiet
area. Families wel-
come no pets.,
$950/mo + $950
sec. 352-357-2296
LADY LAKE 3/2 Brand
new, all tile, big lot.
$1,000/mo. Call
352-874-8880
LEESBURG 2/1 Hood
Ave. off South St.
$500/mo. + sec.
352-409-3514
LEESBURG 3/1 CHA
fenced yard, near
school. $795/mo.
Call 407-808-3163
LEESBURG 3/1.5/1
Sunnyside area,
fenced, Ig. yard. No
Pets/S m o kin g
$800/mo dep. + 1st
mo. 352-989-6392
LEESBURG 3/2 Gated
incl cable & lawn
care. 1st + sec.
$1,000. 267-5989
LEESBURG 3/2, fenced,
scrn porch, CHA,
W/D hook-ups, fresh-
ly painted. $800/mo.
Call 407-252-1814
LEESBURG 3/2, very
nice & clean. $889
foe- No pets/smok-
ing. Call RENT-
EDIII
LEESBURG 3/2/2. CHA,
apple. Great area.
$1,000/mo + sec.
352-787-9436
LEESBURG 3/2/2
fenced, country set-
ting $900/mo. Pets
OK. 352-408-8562
LEESBURG 4/2,
$1,100 &4/3, $1,200
good area. 250-,5545
LEESBURG nice 2/1.
$550/mo + $550
dep, appl, tile floors.
352-357-3821
LEESBURG Plantation
Rental/Purchase,
Lovely 2/2/2.5 pool
home, w/office family
rm., open floor plan.
2,350 sf. Call 352-
728-2936
LEESBURG/FRUITLAND
PARK 2/2/1 Lbng &
family rm., fenced
$775/mo. 408-8562
MT DORA 3/1 W/D
hook-up, beautiful
flooring, fenced, scrn
porch, shed.
$995/mo. Call 407-
252-1814
MT DORA 4/2,1,440 sf.
$996/mo + sec.
321-287-4263 or
407-230-3535
MT DORA 4/2,1,440 sf.
$996/mo + sec.
321-287-4263 or
407-230-3535
UMATILLA Off Hwy. 42,
3/2 fireplace, cable,
W/D, 2,000+ sf.
Possible Sm. pets. No


smoking $800/mo +
$800 sec. 352-669-
2545 or 352-360-
0507
WILDWOOD 3/1.5 scm
porch, Ig. family rm.,
fenced backyard,
Inside util, shed, 2.5
lots. 1st, last/sec.
$765/mo Call 352-
365-0719
TAVARES 3/2 Blanton
Ln. CHA, $800/mo.
Close to mall. Quiet
St. 352-227-0054
UMATILLA 3/1,1,028 sf.
$888/mo + sec.
321-287-4263 or
407-230-3535

TAVARES 3/2, appl,
W/D. Please Call 352-
429-2478


806 Houses

Unfurnished

RENTALS
Clermont -1br LARGE
home $500.00
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.
Minneola -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 4br 2 story
extra large home.
$1,200.00
Clermont 4/3 almost
brand new-only
$1,250,00
ROCKER
REALTY
352-394-3570
www.RockerRealtylnc.
com
UMATILLA 3/1,1,028 sf.
$888/mo + sec.
321-287-4263 or
407-230-3535

807
Apartments

Unfurnished

APARTMENTS
& DUPLEXES
Starting at
$425
1, 2, &3 BR

ER om Grizzard
REALTORS


352-314-1599
BLUEBERRY HILL I
Apts
SPECIAL
Rent $469/mo.
Pets Accepted.
Expires Feb. 28 2009
352-787-1199
CLERMONT 2br/2ba in
convenient location.
All appliances incl.
washer/dryer NO
PETS! $750.00 per
month plus $450.00
security Call Tony
407-948-8038 or
Carey 352-394-
4031





COME LIVE
WITH US,
YOU'LL
LOVE IT!
GREAT LOCATION
IN EUSTIS!
WITH MOVE-IN
GIFTS!
PLUS
We pay your
Water & Sewer
Ask about
RENTAL REDUCTION
REWARD$
*1 & 2 Bedroom Units
*All First Floor
*Private Patios
*Lots of Storage
*W/D Hook-up
*Cathedral Ceilings
*On-Site Management
*Lush Landscaping
*Pets Welcome
LYN
TERRACE
APARTMENTS
1651 CR19-A
352-357-7332
Mon.-Fri.. Noon-6pm
Sat.-Sun. lpm-5pm
Appointments
ANYTIME
EUSTIS 1/1 waterfront.
$425; 2/1 $550, 2/1
carport, sunporch.
$650. Broker 589-
0749
EUSTIS PARKVIEW
APTS 1, 2 &3 BR
$425, $525,$625
Newly remodeled, new
apple. Water Incl. $99
dep. 352-357-5675
EUSTIS SANDS
APARTMENTS
1 & 2 bedrooms
starting at $345 mo.
62+, handicapped/
disabled. Section 8
accepted.
352-589-7005
Equal Housing
Opportunity
HISTORIC TAVARES
1/1 $485/mo. + sec.
incl. cable TV, 321
lanthe St. 352-669-
0961


LEESBURG 2/1.5 w/
storage, near down-
town $650/mo. +
$500 dep 352- 323-
4974 Realtor


807
Apartments

Unfurnished
LAKEVIEW VILLAS Ac
cepting applications
1 & 2br apts. On site
laundry facility.
Accessible units
available. Must be 62
yrs or over or person
with disabilities,
regardless of age. We
are and equal oppor-
tunity housing com-
plex Mon-Fri. 9am-
3pm 352-394-2896
LEESBURG 2/2 CHA, all
apple. incl. W/D. Pets
OK w/dep. $825/mo.
Call 407-381-2723
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
LEESBURG Studio $350
mo, close to
Downtown. No
pets/smoking 352-
787-6187
MT DORA 1/1 Centrally
located. $500/mo +
$300 sec.. No Pets.
Call 352-735-2071
MT DORA 1/1 Near
library. $450/mo +'
dep No Util No Pets.
669-7541 after 6pm















S Hwy. APTS $100

RENTS FROM $525
TO $625. 1 & 2 BR
AVAIL. SENIORS
WELCOMED TINA
352-321-1051 OR
LOU 352-321-1151
SWEETHEART
OF A DEAL
1,2 and 3 bedroom
apartments available.
Move-in by 2-28-09
and receive 1/2 off the
1st months rent. Brng
this ad and pay $0
Rent!nf~ n


app0Jatiun Tee.
Some actions
Call 352-748-6288
for more information




TAVARES 3/2
$650/mo. W/D, Fridge
352-455-9546

808
Apartments
Furnished
FRUITLAND PARK
Weekly & monthly
rentals now avairTwIn
Palms Resort Marina.
Enjoy a lifestyle fish-
ing, boating campfires.
Fully furn. 1,2, 3 BR
incl. all util. Long &
short term rentals
avail
352-348-1864 or
352-636-2594
www.twinpalmsresortma-
rina.com
LADY LAKE Efficiency,
util. incl. $650. Rustic
setting. No Pets-
smoking. Call 352-
259-6571 .
MT DORA 1/1 complete-
ly furn. w/flat scr TV.
Move-In Readyl Pool.
All util & cable incl.
$925/mo. Call 352-
455-6668
UMATILLA Lg. Furn stu-
dio for $550. util incl.
Furn 1 BR $575.
Adults, private park-
ing No pets. 250-
4711

800 Roommate
Wanted
CLERMONT Roommate
to share 3/2 home,
located on golf
course on Lake
Louisa. 407-913-
7347

810 Duplexes
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 Sleepy
Hollow area 3/2/1
scrn porch, CHA.
$850 mo 407-252-
1814
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
WILDWOOD area Close
to Villages. 2/1 CHA,
carport. $650/mo +
qpr '19-4n01-9770


811 Condos/

Townhouses

1, 2, &3 BR
Starting at

$695


TfER REmA


352-314-1599
CLERMONT Access to
Chain of Lakes 3/2
1/2ba must see lawn
care incl $950.00
plus deposit.
call 352-227-8293
CLERMONT Town House
2/2 no yard work,
$900/mo. 352-394-
5803.
MT. DORA Mint
Townhouse 2/2:5
,w/lake view in park
like setting. Sunroom,
pool,, dock. $795.
352-223-0503
ROYAL OAKS 2/2.5,
Move In Ready, all
appl, end patio.
Beautiful & reason-
able. 352-516-2657

812 Rooms to
Rent
EUSTIS, furnished All
util., laundry cable,
high-speed Internet.
$125/wk. 217-3437
LADY LAKE Room w/pri-
vate bath, full kitchen
& laundry. $100/wk
+ 1/2 util. 352-409-
7371
LEESBURG GORGEOUS
Private rm w/pool,
Close to alll $140/wk
Incl until, Background
ck req'd 255-3291
LADY LAKE Clean fum
3/2 home to share,
Incl. DISH, laundry,
phone &all utilities
352-753-9341

813 Homes
To Share
LEESBURG Private BR &
BA, util & cable incl.
$125/wk. + $125
sec.. 352-326-2979
MT. DORA.- Male
Roommate Wanted;
Includes all utilities
Call Patrick 352-
552-2621

818 Commercial
'P property
CLERMONT CENTRE,
,777Hwy 27 $10 per
i4 11000 1500.
2000.il1 l pace aval-
arIe t.. iil ',niree
407-491-3787 or
407-876-1795.
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

OFFICE AND
WAREHOUSE
SPACE
AVAILABLE

ER bmGrizzard
REALTORS


352-314-1599
THE VILLAGES Avail
for rent. 1,000 or
2,000 sf offices.
Reasonable rent Also
daily rental at Multi
Specialty Clinic.
Contact 352-874-
1653

810
Manufactured
Homes
Rental

1, 2 & 3 BR
Starting at
$450


f REALTORS

352-314-1599
ALTOONA 1 BR Park
Model $360/mo +
$300 sec... No Pets.
352-735-2071
LEESBURG 2/1 cottage
in town. $650 mo. +
$650 dep. No pets.
352-874-5910
TAVARES 2/2 Water


access to Lake Dora,
in 50+ park.
$600/mo. + dep.
255-1333
UMATILLA Marion
County Very cute
2/2, $550/mo $600
dep. 352-360-0507
WILDWOOD 1/1 furn.
Park Model. Adult
Park. Free Wi-Fi.
$395 + up. Call 352-
748-6007

825 Rent-To-
Own
LADY LAKE 3/2 Brand
new, all tile, big lot.
$1,000/mo. Call
oc 070A OOOf)


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Friday, February 27, 2009


900
Real Estate
For Sale



908 Homes
For Sale

CLERMONT Home for
sale, by the water.
Unique, custom build.
3/2 many extras.
$599,000. 10145
Lake Louisa Rd. 352-
200-9288

FRURTLAND PARK 3/1.5
1,200 sf, newly reno-
vated inside, new
Sroof & fenced back-
yard. $124,500. Call
352-326-2237
LEESBURG 4/2 CR. 452
on 2.3 ac. w/addi-
tional -detached 4 car
garage.. Lg. pool.
Owner' financing
avail. 352-267-4809
LEESBURG New 3/2 Lg.
lot, great location,
near schools & shop-
ping. Owner financ-
ing avail. Call 352-
267-4809

TAVARES 3 BR newly
remodeled 100%
financing. $899 PITI.
$109K 343-8460

UMATILLA 2/2 on 2 lots,
www.forties.net/hous
e.html. $140,000.
357-978-9132


905 Waterfront





FRUITLAND PARK 3/2
2,3K sf Living. 2,3K
sf garage. Bargain at
$250K/obo 787-6938


912 Income
Property

WILDWOOD Recently
remodeled duplex, 2
BR each side.
$129,000. Call 352-
636-3323


930 Out-of-
area

ARIZONA LAND, BIG
LOTS $0 down $0
interest. Best Land,
Best Terms
Nationwide GUARAN-
TEED or Your Money
Back. Starting at
$129/mo. www.sun-
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Message 1-800-
631-8164

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982 Res Lots
Acreage
FRUITLAND PARK Lake
Griffin, Lot 75"x200",
Picciola Island Subd.
Ready to build.
Cheapest on the Big
Chain of Lakes.
$359K/neg. 386-
761-1147
990 MIsc
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1000
Manufactured


Homes


1001 Mid Homes
FOP Sale

CLERMONT DBL WIDE,
2br/2ba Just move
In, w/d & Appl fur-
nished 394-0649


1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale

EUSTIS 2/1 turn. w/
W/D, FL. Rm. carport,
55+ on Lake Eustis
near Ferron Park.
Asking $3,500. 812-
592-1416


LEESBURG Cozy 2/2
Turn key In excel
cond. in resident
owned retirement
community, completely
furn. w/hardwood firs,
new windows, new
vinyl siding, many
other amenities. PrIced
to Sell $70,000. Call
352-365-1741

LEESBURG $24,900
over 55+, 2/2 dou-
ble, carport, turnkey.
352-408-9667


LEESBURG
Sunlake Estates, 2/2,
KItchen, Dining Rm,
Spacious Livng Rm.
Lg. FL. Rm.
Handicapped
accessible. 1,900 sf,
doublewlde on 1/4 ac.
lakefront lot, land rent-
ed. Home In excel
cond. Private 9-hole
golf course, 2 heated
pools, recreation bldg,
$47,000. 352-589-
0833 or 352-589-
0263

TAVARES, 1/1 scrn
porch, appl., 55+
park. No Pets. Must
Sell! $600. Call 352-
551-0246


1002 Mfg
Homes
W/ land
For Sale
CONTINENTAL CC For
Sale or Rent, Furn. or
Unfurn. Annual or
Seasonal 2/2 Newly
remodeled Highly
active 55+ w/golt &
extra activities 352-
748-5245
FRUITLAND PARK 3/1.5
completely remod-
eled, 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 rcfish-
ing@atlantlc.net
LEESBURG 2/1.5 w/add-
on 12'x26' fully furn.
overlooking lake, incl.
boat & shed. Asking
$55,000. 787-7675
SUMMERFIELD Roomy
doublewide near
Villages, 2/2 on 1/3
ac, carport, 2 own-
ers. 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, Like new, 3/2
overlooking lake.
55+ park. REDUCEDI
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
ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Boats, Outboard
Motors, Trailers, Parts
& Accessores. Power
Tools, Hand Tools,
Fishing Tackle &
Household Items. Sat.
Feb. 28th. O1am
Comer of CR 44 &
Rsh Camp Rd. In
Grand Island. 352-
223-6677
BASS BOAT, 15' Alum.,
40hp Yamaha motor,
trailer. Asking $2000
Call 793-8217

BOAT, 14 ', Fiberglass
w/ trailer, steering
cables as is $300
obo 352-460-0668
CHAPARRAL, '99, 24'
Limited Edition, excel.
Cond. Merc Cruiser
lB-runs 55 mph.
Head, VHF radio, CD.
All tops/covers. Dual
axle trailer. Secured
dry storage at
Venetian Cove
Marina. Valued at
$24,000. Asking
$16,000/obo. Call
352-516-5178


1101 Boats
JOHNSON, 14', fiber-
glass trihull, 40hp
Evenrude motor,
w/trailer. $700. Call
352-483-3029
'PONTOON, '00, 22',
130hp Honda out-
board, AM/FM w/CD
player, porta potty,
dressing room, fish
finder, seats 14,
power tilt/trim.
$13,000. Please call
352-636-9525
PONTOON, 18', 50hp
Yamaha, Low hours.
New trailer. $3,500.
Call 260-336-0087
PORTA-BOTE, '04, 10',
3 seats, oars, wheels
to launch, folds to 4"
flat, Nissan 3.5hp-2
stroke outboard.
$1200. 787-7713
WE.LCRAFT 18' center
console, T-Top, 150
Yamaha, trailer, extra
clean, fresh water
use $5,650 obo.
352-787-6692 or
605-351-1419

1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
BOAT GUIDE ON, 4'
black, carpeted.
Asking $30. Please
call 352-669-2193
ROPE, 200 feet, 3/4"
nylon, line, new. $95
Call 352-735-1591

1150 RV&
Campers
SHASTA '69, 16', good
cond. excel. hunting
cabin. $1,800. 352-
561-0362


1150 RV &6
Campers
COACHMAN, 36', diesel
pusher '92 basement
model 113,600K
mile $34.500. 434-
250-9677 local.
FIFTH WHEEL '08,
Xtreme by Sun Valley,
Model 230 Ultra
Light. Can be pulled
with half-ton truck,
w/slide. $14,000.
Call 352-357-0869
THOR '96 35' Fully
equipped, 76K mi.
Garaged TRADE.
1 Owner. $18K 352-
787-6938

1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
BUICK '93 LeSabre, runs
great, dependable,
a/c. $479
e49-$$$SOLD$$$$
BUICK '94 Regal Limited
v6, loaded, 1 owner
excel cond. 94K mi.
$3,45 Please call
$$$ SOLD $$$
BUICK Regal LS 2004,
Leather, loaded.
Local Trade. $5,995.
352-343-5005
CADILLAC '91 DeVille,
4dr new battery &
tires. $2,200 obo.
352-748-6176
DODGE DYNASTY 1993,
4-DR. Very good
cond. White.. 1-
owner. $4149,5 obo.
$$$ SOLD $$$
UNCOLN '99 Town Car.
Asking $4,100. 303-
5 6 2 6 0 9 6 ,
(Wildwood)


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White. Runs great.
Asking $1800 or
make offer. Call 352-
250-4962
LINCOLN LS 2004,
Leather, Loaded,
Local Trade.
$10,995. Call 352-
343-5005
NISSAN Altima 2006,
Loaded, 1-owner,
Local Trade.
$14,995. 343-5005
NISSAN Quest XE, '97, 7
passenger, 163K.
Asking $2500/obo.
352-771-0092

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1275 Golf
Carts

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36v set $509.95
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1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR BODY
1-rear section.
Ac2ing $10. Ploaco
sell SOLD
CLUB CAR, 48 volt, high
speed motor, loaded,
$975. 455-8383 or
336-817-7509
GEM CAR E825, '98, 2
door, new batteries.
Asking $2500/obo.
352-589-7778
GOLF CART PARTS:
Tires, rims, hubcaps
S& basket. $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

1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
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
HONDA, '04 Silverwing
600. Lots of extras.
37K miles. $5000.
Call (352)323-8111
SADDLE BAGS Gold
Wing, 1500, with tail
lights. Asking $60. I
352-365-2301
SUZUKI BURGMAN, '05,
650cc, 8k mi. Asking
$5,500. Please call.
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1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds

SUZUKI BLVD, '05, C50,
touring, full dress
new tires, $1 OK pam-
pered miles, beautiful
cond. $3900.
Tavares. 352-978-
1343

1214 Mcycle
Repair
SEAT & SET OF PIPES,
Harley Davidson.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-551-8798

1230 Vans
CHRYSLER Town &
Country LX mini, '03,
75K mi. Garage kept.
Good cond. $6,200.
391-1151


1230 Vans
DODGE GRAND CARA-
VAN LSX, '07, silver,
Stow N' Go, leather,
loaded, 15K mi.
$16,000. Leesburg.
989-941-7805

MERCURY '93 Villager,
full power, a/c works,
150K mi. Asking
$1,500. 352-383-
8963

1232 4x4's
DODGE Laramie Crew
2005, 4x4. Leather,
Loaded, 1 -owner.
Local Trade.
$15,995. 343-5005

JEEP Cherokee Sport
2000, Auto, Loaded,
Local Trade. $5,995.
352-343-5005


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GMC Envoy SLE '05,
Extra clean. Local
Trade. Loaded!
$10,995. 343-5005

1240 Trucks
Light
Duty

FORD Sport Trac, '04,
loaded, 4x4, 48K mi.
Excel. Cond. $9900.
352-365-0487

SUZUKI SAMURAI, '86,5
spd, 4x4, hard top,
spare truck $3000.
352-589-7778

TOYOTA '90 auto., a/c,
extended cab. 30+
MPG, great cond.
$A-99. SOLDIIIII


1241 Trucks
Heavy Duty
FORD F150 XLT
w/camper, '95, good
mechanical cond.
160K mi., New A/C,
brakes, water pump,
main belt. Tow pkg., 3
spd. W/overdrive.
Asking $5,000/obo.
352-753-5415
1247 Trallers
UTILITY dual axles,
heavy duty, 16'x6' 6,
w/fenders & ramps.
2.25" ball. $1,195/
oho. 352-978-3996
1250 Antique
Cars
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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
EXHAUST muffler, per-
formance, steel
diesel truck. Aeto
Turbine $30 360-
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Accessory
HITCH RECEIVER, 2", fits
S-10, Asking $20.
Please call 352-669-
2193
UD, for a Toyota
Tundra, fiberglass.
$300 Call 352-242-
6494
SPARK PLUG WIRES
Super conductor, 8.5
part #31239. New
$70.751-7398
STEPS, Chrome for
Toyota Tundra Asking
$225 242-6494 or
352-874-8477
TIRES (2), Kumho
1955016, half the
tread left. $40 obo.
352-455-3342

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Parts

Accessory
TIRES (2), Kumho
1955016, half the
tread left. $40 obo.
352-455-3342
TIRES (4) Used,
Firestone, Truck
LT245/R75/1 6
$100/all 343-3980
TIRES used (4) Goodyear
P235/65R17. Asking
$6- REDUCED $40.
352-255-7623
TOW BAR, StowMaster,
stainless steel, for
sm./med. car. $80.
352-358-4584
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Lacrosse or Century
$80. Call 352-343-
7201


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Parts

Accessory

TRANSMISSION, 2
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

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gasket F-150; Bug
shield '06 Explorer.
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FAX: (352) 365-1951
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MORRIS REALTY & INVESTMENTS


Four-bedroom

Treasure Island home


. This gorgeous home has endless possibili-
ties! This custom built beauty has so many
amazing features that you truly have to see
it.
: The main floor has four bedrooms and
two are master suites.
One master suite has access to a separate
private living room. This would make a per-
fect "in-law" or guest area. There are two
separate upstairs areas that could be two
more bedrooms, a den, a playroom, game
area, etc. Each have bathroom access and
one upstairs room has a wet bar area. Both
'upstairs areas have a balcony leading out-
side. The features are endless with a cozy


fireplace, wood floors, built in desk areas, a
wine parlor with refrigerator, beautiful bay
windows with window seats, and more. You
will enjoy the space and layout in this home
with a formal dining room plus a large
breakfast area and cozy family room. The
open island kitchen features a large pantry,
upgraded appliances with wall ovens, solid
surface counters, and custom cabinets. All of
this on just shy of 5 acres with room to
roam. Treat yourself to privacy and beauty.
Perfectly located minutes from local shop-
ping and schools. What more could you ask
for? $599,900. Contact Lena Williams,
Morris Realty & Investments (352)636-4488.


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under counter lighting, large snack bar &
breakfast nook, 35 feet of corian counters,
16" ceramic tile, recessed & pendulant
lighting open to the family room w/built-in
media center, display shelf & lighting, a
den with French doors, 2.5 car garage with
cart door, coach lights, attic access & serv-
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Laundry room with utility sink & cabi-
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This 3BR/2BA.well maintained home & pull down ladder.
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master with his/hers walk-in closets. Tiled with river rock flooring complete with hot
master bath has double'vanities, solar sky- tub and natural gas barbeque grill.
light and built-in heater. Spacious backyard with mature fruit trees,
Guest bedrooms have mirrored closets 5 zone sprinkler system which is fed by
with ample space. Large living/dining private deep well. Beautiful brick paved
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PEP talk


People, Events and Places in Real Estate


Couillard
receives
building
contractor
license
Dibarco Building
Corporation located in
Wildwood, is proud to
announce that Vice
President Cynthia F.
Couillard has attained her
Certified Building
Contractor License.
Cindy has been with
Dibarco since conception in"
1988 starting in the office,
becoming office manager
and for the past 6 years get-
ting first hand experience as
a project manager overseeing
construction projects.
DeBarco is a 21 year family
business started by Cindy's
mother Diana, Certified
Residential Contractor, in
1988 followed by her hus-
band James, Certified
General Contractor in 1990.
Cindy's experience will
round out the services
Debarco offers its clients.


2009 Parade of
Homes winners
Community
1st Windsor Green by
Mastrosimone Construction


Under $200,000
1st The Davenport by
Maronda Homes
Merit Award: Innovative
Design & Floor Plan
2nd The Stanford by
Park Square Homes
Merit Award: Master
Bedroom Suite
Additional Merit Winners:
The Sunbeam by Palmer
Homes Master Bedroom
Suite
The Windermere by
Grosvenor Developments -
Outstanding Safe Room and.
Great Value
. The Sunbury by Maronda
Homes Versatility of 1st
Floor Living Space
$250,001 -- $300,000
1st St. Vincent by
Design South Homes
Merit Award: Kitchen
2nd The Sieana by
Showcase Homes
Merit Award: Second Floor
Bonus Room
$300,001 $350,000
1st Kincaid by BRC
Homes
Merit Award: Teen Center
$450,001 $500,000
1st Abura by K
Hovnanian
Merit Award: Innovative
Design in Floor Plan
$500,001 $600,000
1st Cadbury by Camelot


Homes
Merit Award: Attention to
Details and Quality of
Materials

$600,001 $700,000
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Merit Award: Master
Bedroom Suite
Over $1,000,000
1st Laodicea by
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Merit Awards: Outdoor
Living Space Millwork &
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Mercantile
Commercial
Capital
launches
stimulus
response team
ORLANDO As the $787
billion federal stimulus pack-
age takes effect and approxi-
mately $730 million is allo-
cated for programs under the
Small Business
Administration, Small
Business Administration
(SBA) lender Mercantile
Commercial Capital has cre-
ated a "Stimulus Response
Team" comprised of its exec-
utives to analyze and
respond to the opportunities


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that the plan makes available
for small businesses. Its ini-
tial analysis includes the fol-
lowing:
The American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act's
reduction of loan fees for the
flagship SBA loan-guarantee
programs represents substan-
tial opportunities for small
businesses. Many companies
will be able to save tens of
thousands of dollars in
upfront costs and fees while
securing more favorable rates
and terms that are only
available through the SBA.
The refinancing option
for the SBA "504" loan pro-
gram for commercial real
estate is going to offer signif-
icant opportunities for small
and mid-size businesses to
expand. By enabling busi-
nesses to take advantage of
the reduced fees as well as
the favorable rates and terms
of this loan program, they
will be able to secure the cap-
ital that they need to grow.
There has never been a
better time to invest in new
equipment. The reduced
fees of the SBA 504 for equip-
ment loans combined with
the expansion through 2009
of the "Section 179" deduc-
tion, which allows business-
es to deduct upfront the
entire cost of new machinery
and equipment, makes this
the absolute best year for
small and mid-size compa-
nies to add new systems and
technology to become more
efficient.
"While there is definitely
more that the government
and SBA can do to help small
businesses to fulfill their ulti-
mate potential for revitaliz-
ing the economy and
spurring growth, the stimu-
lus plan that. was signed by
the president offers signifi-
cant opportunities for small
businesses," said Christopher
Hum, president and CEO of
MCC. "In addition to the
measures that offer savings
and incentives for the bor-
rowers, its other changes
aimed at thawing the sec-
ondary market Will encour-
age the banks to expand
their SBA lending. We see
brighter days ahead for the
small businesses in the
United States that are
responsible for creating 70
percent of the new jobs for
the national economy."
As part of MCC's new
Stimulus Response Team, the
company is adding informa-
tion to its Web site and blog
on the specific measures and
changes for the SBA under
the stimulus plan. It is also
initiating various outreach


efforts to inform its borrow-
ers, prospects and business
partners about the measures
and how they impact small
businesses.
Recently named to the Inc.
500 list of America's Fastest
Growing Companies,
Mercantile Commercial
Capital (MCC) has been
called the "Fastest Growing
Commercial Lender in
America," the "most unique
and entrepreneurial bankers
around," and the "fun
bankers." From its start in
late 2002, MCC has focused
on providing SBA 504 loans
for small business owners to
acquire or enhance their
own facilities. The company
was named "Best Place to
Work" by the Orlando
Business Journal in 2005,
2006 and 2007.
Additional information on
MCC and its loans for small
and mid-size businesses is
available by calling 866 622-
4504 or visit
www.TheSmartChoiceLoan.c
om and www.504Blog.com.


Cambridge
reports loan
origination
requests
Cambridge reports loan
origination requests in 2008
were relatively strong despite
economic meltdown
In a year in which stocks
imploded and the credit
markets lost their way,
efforts by senior
housing/healthcare borrow-
ers to improve the financial
underpinning for their busi-
nesses never waned.
Cambridge Realty Capital
Companies Chairman Jeffrey
A. Davis says the company
processed 333, loan origina-
tion requests in 2008, a total
only slightly less than the
357 requests reviewed a year
earlier. But the total dollar
volume for all processed
requests in 2008 was some-
what higher, $4.7 billion
compared with $4.3 billion a
year earlier. And the total
number of beds/units was
also up from 53,228 in 2007
to 55,614 a year later.
Privately owned since its
founding in 1983 as a real
estate investment banker
specializing in commercial
real estate properties,
Cambridge today has three
distinctive business units:
FHA-insured HUD loans,
conventional financing and
investments and acquisi-
tions. The company is one of
the nation's leading senior
housing and healthcare debt
and equity capital providers.
Visit www.cambridgecap.
com for more information.


HUD issues


new mortgage
rules
WASHINGTON For the
first time in more than 30
years, the U.S. Department
.4 of Housing and Urban
Development today issued
long-anticipated mortgage
reforms that will help con-
sumers to shop for the low-


est cost mortgage and avoid
costly and potentially harm-
ful loan offers. HUD will
require, for the first time
ever, that lenders and mort-
gage brokers provide con-
sumers with a standard Good
Faith Estimate that clearly
discloses key loan terms and
closing costs. HUD estimates
its new regulation will save
consumers nearly $700 at
the closing table.
In announcing HUD's final
changes to the regulatory
requirements of the Real
Estate Settlement Procedures
Act (RESPA), HUD. Secretary
Steve Preston said that
changes in the housing mat-
ket and increases in home
foreclosures demands action.
"It has been a long road but
today we can finally
announce a better way to
buy homes in America,"said
Preston. "Consumers need
and deserve to know what
they're getting themselves
into before they sign on the
dotted line. After carefully
considering the concerns of
consumers and the different
businesses in the housing
sector, we have developed an
approach that empowers the
average family to shop for
the most appropriate loan to
meet their needs."
Last March, HUD proposed
reforms to the longstanding
regulatory requirements of
the Real Estate Settlement
Procedures Act (RESPA)
improving disclosure of the
loan terms and closing costs
consumers pay when they
buy or refinance their home.
Last May, HUD extended the
rule's comment period to
June 12 to allow for more
opportunity for comment on
the Department's proposed
GFE form.
Brian Montgomery, HUD's
Assistant Secretary of
Housing, Federal Housing
Commissioner said, "We
have carefully considered
the concerns expressed from
every corner of the mortgage
market in developing this
rule. I am convinced that we
successfully balanced the
needs of consumers with
those in the business of
homeownership. None of us
can lose sight of the fact that
millions of Americans sirri-
,ply don't understand all the
fine print of their mortgages
and this, in many respects, is
at the heart of today's mort-
gage crisis."
HUD agreed with many
commenters who suggested
the new GFE allow con-
sumers to compare their esti-
mated closing costs with the
actual costs included on
their HUD-1 Settlement
Statement. To facilitate com-
parison between the HUD-1
and the GFE, each designat-
ed line On the final HUD-1
will now include a reference
to the relevant line from the
GFE. Borrowers will now bhe
able to easily compare their
estimated and actual costs in
very much the same manner
as many of the commenters
suggested
HUD will require the new
standardized GFE and HUD-
1 beginning January 1, 2010.
To view these documents
visit www.hud.gov/content
/releases/goodfaithesti-
mate.pdf.


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Hidden Lks Ests Ph Three,
$143,000.
Charles R. Smith,
Charlene R. Proto, Carol J.
Smith to Charles R. Smith, Lt
13 Highland Lks Ph la, $10.
David W. Smith to Roger D.
Rife, Lt 56 Imperial Mobile
Terrace Third Addition,
$75,000.
Gerald R. Bennett Tr, Kay F.
Bennett Tr and Gerald And
Kay Bennett Revocable Inter
Vivos Trust to Gerald R.
Bennett and Kay F. Bennett,
Lt 134 Legacy Of Leesburg
Un 1, $10.
Dee Collins and Billie
Collins to Wachovia Bank Na
to Lts 18, 19 Pt Lt 20 Blk O
Forest Campsites, $38,700.
lan Alfano, lan M. Alfano,
Spouse Alfano,, Jane Doe,
Heather Wallace, Heather A.
Wallace, Heather Alfano
and Homesales Inc. to
Chase Home Finance LLC
,and Neil Kelly Clerk, Lt 6
Magnolia Ridge Sub, $100.
Oakhill Ests Homeowners
Assn Inc., Morgan Stanley
Abs Capital I Inc Trust 2006
Wmc2, Deutsche Bank Nati
Trust Co Tr, Jane Doe, John
Doe, Mortgage Electronic
Registration Systems Inc.,
Rosane Washington and
Alceu Washington to
Deutsche Bank Natl Trust Co
Tr, Morgan Stanley Abs
Capital I Inc Trust 2006
Wmc2 and Neil Kelly Clerk,
Lt 23 Oak Hill Ests, $100.
Roosevelt Pettaway III to U,
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Lexington Ests Ph II,
$124,000.
Roosevelt Pettaway III to U
S Bank Na Tr, Lt 129
Lexington Ests Ph II,
$124,000.
Susan M. Reinertsen,
Revocable Trust and Susan
M. Reinertsen Tr to Susan M.
Reinertsen and Susan
Reinertsen, 4-19-27, $0.
Hazeltine Property Mgmt
Group LLC to J & M Fl
Investments LLC, 17-22-26,
$350,000.00
Bankfirst Realty Inc.,
Bonnie K. Strong and Robert
Strong to Neil Kelly Clerk,
Bankfirst and Bank
Brevard, Lts 1-4 Pt Lts 5, 14
BIk 5 Bishops Sub Etc, $100.
Abfc 2006 Optl Trust Abfc
Asset Backed Certificates
Series 2 Wells Fargo Bank Na
Tr, Bryco Funding Inc.,
Tammie B. Queen and
James M. Queen to Abfc
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Neil Kelly Clerk and Wells
Fargo Bank Na Tr, Lt 104 High
Pointe Ph 2, $100.
Susan Loretta Fletcher
and Kathryn Therese Wesloh
to Loretta M. Lowden and
Curtis C, Lowden, Un
205103 Wk 9 Summer Bay
Resort Condo II, $10.
Maria L. Braxton to
Standard Pacific Of Central
FI Colony Communities, Lt
92 Foxchase, $288,000.
Doris Mae Hanke Tr and'
Doris Mae Hanke Family
Trust to Doris Mae Hanke,
Un B4 L4 Hawthorne At
Leesburg, $10.
Helen A. Sharpe Keene to
Federal Natl Mtg Assn and
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Parade of Homes-

February 21 March 1
Monday Saturday 10 am 5:00 pm
Sunday Noon 5:00 pm


Guides available FEBRUARY 20 in outside racks at the
following locations:
Home Buld Assocatonf-Taae (off 441 on Joanna behind Sunoco)
Lale County Welcome Center- (Hwy 27 South near Turnpike ilnterchange)
Chetwoo-Munt Dora (8321 N Orange Bolom Trail aka US 441)
Cdwel Baer/Tyre Taylor Eustis (2765 S. Say Street)
Colonial Ba*-Clenmort (481 E Hwy 50)
Coloraa Bank-Claemont (42995 S Hwy 27)
Unitd Sohem Bank Lady Lake (224 N US Highway 441)
Spa Buildig & Farm Supply- Wildwood (400 E. GuO Atlantic Hwy)
Veranda Home Fumishingl & Design Wildwood (850 S. Main St.)
Captain Beo etaurant FuiMand Park (3295 US Hwy 441-27)


Roome Buaders Amd at-dim
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352-343-7101


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2205 US Hwy. 441, Leesburg, FL 34748


LK#1222
REDUCED
1$29,900


SPACIOUS 3 BDRM, 2 BATH HOME
LATE MODEL HOME, HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE.
.LARGE ROOMS TO MOVE AROUND IN.
SKYLIGHTS. SEPARATE LIVING & FAMILY ROOMS.
GORGEOUS SUN PORCH TO RELAX ON.
THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
2/2 W/BONUS ROOM, CATH
CEILINGS, LARGE KITCHEN,
HUGE SCREENED ROOM,
PRIVATE NATURAL LOT IN
WATERFRONT COMMUNITY!
$29,900 LK#1247


ON WATER
BEAUTY AT ITS BEST,
WONDERFUL LANDSCAPING,
NICE FLA ROOM. BONUS
ROOM, HUGE MASTER BED &
BATH, USEFUL KITCHEN.
LK#1237


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9 HOMES TO VIEW
SAT & SUN, FEB 28 & MAR I 11-4


DIRECTIONS: 441 TO CR44. FIRST PARK ON LEFT. FOLLOW SIGNS.

IRTUA L TOURFROM THE
COMFORT OF OUR OFFICE!


CHAIN OF LAKES ACCESS!
NICE 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOME IN 5 STAR PARK.
PARTLY FURNISHED. READY
TO MOVE INTO.


$29,900


'18,000


LK#1485


CORNER LOT!
NICE 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOME IN WATERFRONT
5 STAR PARK. LOTS OF
ACTIVITIES IN COMMUNITY.
READY TO MOVE INTO.
LK#1479


$79,900
..s79,900


$27,900


ENJOY FLORIDA LIVING HERE
IN THIS HUGE NEWER 2/2
HOME W/ DEN, LG CARPORT,
SHED, SCREEN ROOM, FL
ROOM, INSIDE LAUNDRY.
5 STAR COMMUNITY'
MUST SEE!
LK#1186


LK#1472


$48,900

LIVE CLOSE TO THE VILLAGES
JACOBSEN 2/2 HOME WITH GARAGE &
WORKSHOP! NEW A/C IN 2008. OPEN
KITCHEN AND FORMAL DINING ROOM.
TO MUCH TO LIST.


WATERFRONT PARK
GORGEOUS 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH WITH BONUS ROOM.
TILE, NEW CARPET &
APPLIANCES.


$78,900


WATERFRONT HOME
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, FULLY
FURNISHED HOME. OWN
BOAT DOCK, RIGHT
ON CANAL.


LK#1474


LK#1478


WHAT A STEAL
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOME WITH NICE VIEW OF
*THE LAKE. MOVE IN READY,
VERY CLEAN.


~19~500


LK#1483


TOTALLY REMODELED HOME
2/2 WITH NEW TILE IN
KITCHEN AND BATHS. WOOD
FLOOR IN REST. NEW
CABINETS. FULLY
FURNISHED.
LK#1476
MOVE IN REAIFI
FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH HOME. ALL YOU NEED
IS YOUR TOOTHBRUSH. MANY
EXTRAS.


LK#1482


WON'T LAST LONG!
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME
FRESHLY PAINTED. TETURED
WALLS. COMPLETELY
FURNISHED.
LK#1458


CLEAN & BRIGHT!
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
FULLY FURNISHED HOME
IN LAKEFRONT COMMUNITY
WITH DOCK AND
BOAT SLIP AVAILABLE.


LK#1451


$114,900


$25,000


2004 SKYLINE
2 BEDROOM. 2 BATH
PARTLY FURNISHED WITH
DEN. GOLF CART NEGO.
UPGRADES GALORE!
LK#1455

FULLY FURNISHED
NICE 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOME IN WATERFRONT
COMM. WOOD FLOORS IN
KITCHEN AND BATHS.


LK#1477


FULLY FURNISHED!
LOVELY 2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH
HOME IN MINT CONDITION.
WOOD FLOORS IN WHOLE
HOUSE. MUST SEEI


$32,650


$29,900


WATERFRONT COMMUNITY!
MARINA, FISHING DOCK AND
ON CHAIN OF LAKES. CLOSE
TO EVERYTHING. NEEDS A
LITTLE TLC.


'14,500


LK#1481


LK#1459


$28,900


GREAT 2/2 HOME
W/LARGE ROOMS, USEFUL
KITCHEN, FULLY FURNISHED
& EVEN COMES WITH A
GOLF CART! LOCATED IN A
5 STAR COMMUNITY.


LK#1234


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH IS IN 2005 SKLYLINEI
PERFECT CONDITION, 1800 SO FT, 2 BEDROOM, 2
FULLY FURN, W/NEW BATH HOME WITH 2 CAR
EVERYTHING. SPACIOUS GARAGE. SPLIT FLOOR PLAN.
RMS, PLENTY OF STORAGE. TAPE & TEXTURED WALLS.
SCRND RM, FLA RM, I I TAPE & TEXTURED WALLS.
& MUCH MORE. $139900 LK#1471
LK#1244M HARBOR MOTIVATED SELLER
2000 PALM HARBOR! I I MOTIVATED SELLER


LARGE TRIPLE 2 BEDROOM,
2 BATH HOME. FLORIDA
ROOM ACROSS FRONT.
VIEW OF POND.


$82,600


GOLF COMMUNITY
LOVERLY 2 BEDROOM, 2
BATH HOME & LAND FULLY
FURNISHED. MANY EXTRAS.
MUST SEE TO APPRECIATE.


$111,900


LK#1454


LK#1450


$6,000


COMPLETELY REMODELED!
2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME
WITH TAPE & TEXTURED
WALLS. NEW CARPET & TILE
THUR OUT. NEW PAINT.


s14,500


LK#1470


$33,000


2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME
IS HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE.
FRONT FLORIDA ROOM.
LARGE MASTER SUITE.


LK#1480


WATERFRONT COMMUNITY!
NICE 2 BDRM, 2 BATH HOME
WITH ALL NEW KITCHEN
WITH WOOD FLOORS. FLA
ROOM & SCRND ROOM.


LK#1467


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bathrooms. Newly maintained A/C
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of closet space, large pantry, built-in
dining room hutch, newer Berber
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orange trees! Call for an appointment to view this home todayll


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THE BEST value for size and location! 3/3, family WHAT MORE COULD YOU WANT? Former model pool home,
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'$109,900 SELLING PRICE: $109,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Halligan, Century-21
'Arrow Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Kelly Levine, Stirling Sotheby's Realty.


LOCATION: 403 Valley Edge Drive, Minneola FEATURES: Bank Owned property. This 3-2-2 has a
geat distribution; it has a formal living room & dinning room. Long arid screened porch making it
a great Florida room, Split section is a plus for a busy family where Master room seats on the opposite
side of guest rooms giving a lot of privacy and different atmospheres. Very low ROA that will take care
of this great subdivision located on the hills of Clermont. Built in 2000. LISTING PRICE: $105,000
SELLING PRICE: $105,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Jorge Rey, Trust REO Realty Corp.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Bisaillon, Coldwell Banker/Tony Huubbard Realty.


Setting the Standard for Central florida since 1990
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LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Large home in move-in
condition, all bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms & loft. LISTING
PRICE: $139,000 SELLING PRICE: $135,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Dotty Trella, HLS Real Estate. SELLING AGENT &
.OFFICE: Misty Noland, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc.


LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: This is a home in excellent
condition. Oversized lot. Could have a possible 4th bedroom. Great
'floor plan, open & spacious living area. LISTING PRICE:
'$148,500 SELLING PRICE: $130,000 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: April Roger & Heather Ciaramitaro, CB Tony
.HubbardSelling Agent & Company. SELLING AGENT &
OFFICE: Misty Noland, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc.


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FIRST UNITS CONSIST OF PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SUITES/RESTAURANT UNITS. SECOND
FACILITY CAN BE USED FOR A WIDE RANGE OF USES SUCH AS COMMERCIAL
STORAGE/WAREHOUSING, MACHINE AND EQUIPMENT STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION, PRINT OR
SCREEN PRINTING FACILITY, TRUCK ACCESSORIES STORE, WINDOW TINTING SHOP, AND
MUCH MORE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT THAT FRONTS ONE OF
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LOCATION: Clermont FEATURES: 5BR/2.5BA, 2,919 sq. ft.,
built 2005. LISTING PRICE: $129,900 SELLING PRICE:
-$125,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Halligan,
"Gentury-21 Arrow Realty. SELLING 'AGENT & OFFICE:
Charles Hwang, Global Properties.


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C8 Daily Commercial/South Lake Press Friday, February 27, 2009
I AFTER 29 YEARS FURNITURE COUNTRY BROYHILL & LA-Z-BOY GALLERIES IS CLOSING FOREVER


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Bankruptcy Case#08-BK-12173-ABB WE ARE SUPPLEMENTING INVENTORY FOR GREATER SELECTION
CASH, VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS or APPROVED PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED. 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH FINANCING AVAILABLE.
*Discounts are off our original and regular prices which may or may not have resulted in prior sales. Prior sales excluded. All sales are final. Quantities limited. No Refunds, No
Returns, No Cancellations. All items sold on a first come, first to save basis. Not responsible for typographical errors. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. See store for details


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