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Minneola's new city manager told to cut annual budget
by $200,00
Traffic fees to stay with cities
Election ballot names decided
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ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MASCOTTE-A developer
pulled an application
Monday night for a propos-
al that included a landfill
after a crowd of nearly 300
residents made clear it was-
n't welcome.
Mascotte's local planning
agency, made up of the
council, recommended with
a 3-2 vote that the proposal
be rejected.
The developer then tried
to table the proposal but
was encouraged to continue
after members of the coun-
cil said tabled or not, at
least four of them would
vote against it.
"We need a better image
for Mascotte. It's already a
problem to get people to
come here," local business
owner Julia Faye said. "Do
you think this is going to
help, bringing a dump into
Mascotte?"
County Commissioner
Elaine Renick, speaking as
an private citizen, urged
Mascotte to jump on board
the county's contract with
Covanta, an incinerator.
"I thought in general, we
were trying to get away
from landfills," Renick said.
Other residents also
expressed worries about
bacteria and possible dis-
eases that could be spread
through the landfill while
others worried about
declining property values
and the stench it would
produce.

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Voters gather to Hob Nob



with candidates at straw poll


South Lake
Chamber of


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Morgan Ford of Mount Dora, center, and other young voters join the older generation to watch the posting of straw poll results on
Tuesday during the South Lake Chamber of Commerce's Hob Nob at the Heritage Hills clubhouse in Clermont.

SOUTH LAKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOB NOB STRAW POLL WINNERS

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R) County Commission Dist. 2 Sean Parks
U.S. Congress Dist. 5 Jason Sager (R) County Commission Dist. 4 Leslie
U.S. Congress Dist. 6 Cliff Stearns (R) VOTE 2010 Campione
U.S. Congress Dist. 8 Patricia Sullivan (R) School Board Dist. 1- Jim Mler
Governor chard Scott School Board Dist. 3 -Jo Ann Jones
Attovernorey Genera Pam BondttSchool Board Dist. 5 -- Kyleen Fischer
Attorney General Pam Bondi County Judge Donna Miller
See page 9 for complete results


500 voters

ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT-The South Lake
Chamber of Commerce's 2010 Hob
Nob Tuesday night attracted hun-
dreds of voters from all over Lake
County who wished to try their
hand at predicting the winners in
next week's primary and in
November's general election.
Attendees at Heritage Hills club-
house event met and talked with
county, state and congressional can-
didates about their views and plans
before participating in a straw poll.
More than 500 voters got in on
the action.
"The turnout has been tremen-
dous," said John Moore, with the
South Lake Chamber.
"It's great to see so many people
here willing to participate in the
process and learn more about the
candidates."
Moore said the casual atmosphere
of the Hob Nob allowed voters to
spend as much time as they wanted
with each candidate.


See HOB NOB, A3


Your money, your government: Mascotte


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MASCOTTE The city of
Mascotte was incorporated
in 1925 and over the years,
has grown into a town with
a population of 4,500 resi-
dents, with a predominant-
ly Spanish culture and a
motto of "the friendly
city."
Mascotte is city manager
run, meaning the city man-
ager is responsible for all
the city's day-to-day busi-
ness, operation and staff.
Marge Strausbugh, a cer-
tified public manager who


holds a master's degree in
business administration
and human resource man-
agement, has held the posi-
tion for nearly six years.


Five members of the com-
munity make up the city
council, all elected by the
people for two-year terms,
including the mayor, who
is responsible for chairing
all city meetings and
workshops.
The mayor also signs all
ordinances voted into
effect by the council.
A Mayor Pro Tem is
elected by his/her peers on
the council each year.
The Mayor Pro Tem's
purpose is to assume may-
oral responsibilities in the
absence of the mayor.


The current council con-
sists of Mayor Jeff Krull,
Mayor Pro Tem Stephen
Elmore and Council mem-
bers Brenda Brasher,
Barbara Krull and Mary
Marquard.
According to
Strausbaugh, the general
goal within the city is to
maintain a good quality of
life by maintaining a high
level of public safety and
other services, by working
towards attracting a bigger
commercial base and by
reducing the number of
vacant homes in the area.


By the numbers


Budget
Total Revenue
Total Expenditures
City officials
annual salaries
City Manager
Finance Director
Police Chief


$5,337,644
$5,337,644


$92,019
$73,382
$73,382


Elected Officials


annual salaries
Mayor
Mayor Pro Tem
Council Member


$6,133.20
$4,913.40
$4,297.80


Questions for candidates: Groveland City Council District 3


Editor's Note: Local candidates
answer questionnaires for this elec-
tion series.

Dina Sweatt,
Groveland
Why are you running for pub-
lic office?
I believe Groveland needs new
leadership, with new ideas that


will help provide for a better qual-
ity of life for our residents
What experience do you have
that would qualify you for the
position?
As president of the Green
Valley West Homeowners
Association, I have gained consid-
erable knowledge over the past
six years of how a community
works and survives on a budget


and have applied that knowledge
to helping our community make
better decisions while keeping
our dues and expenditures low. I
have listened, learned,
researched and helped make our
community a great place to live. I
plan to implement that same
knowledge into helping
Groveland reach its highest
expectations.


If elected,
what would be
your top three
priorities?
One: To find
an alternative
source of rev-
enue to help kee
our taxes low.


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A2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, August 20, 2010


BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA It's going to be bap-
tism by fire for new Minneola City
Manager Mark Johnson, after coun-
cil members told him to try to cut
$200,000 from the proposed 2010-
11 budget.
Johnson doesn't actually start on
his new job until Sept. 7. But he
and his wife, Cheryl, are in town
getting to know the area and its res-
idents.
He attended his first Minneola
budget workshop Saturday, and
Mayor Pat Kelly said he wants to see
$200,000 cut from the budget. In
particular, Kelly said he thinks the
city pays too much for administra-
tors. He pointed out that Minneola
employs a finance director, public
works director and human
resources director.


Leader's baptism by fire

Minneola's new city manager told to cut annual budget by $200,000


He asked Johnson
who did the duties
of the human
resources and
finance director in
the city where he
worked most
recently. Johnson
said he does.
Whoever does the


Johnson


work, Johnson and
his staff will have about one week
- after he starts to see where
they can trim costs because the
first public hearing on the budget
is slated for Sept. 15.
After Saturday's workshop,
Johnson said it will be a challenge
to make the cuts Kelly wants, but
he thinks he has a good staff that


will help him come up with a
palatable proposal.
At one point, council members
asked for Johnson's take on the
budget discussion.
"I think y'all are a lot closer (to
agreeing on a budget) than you
think," Johnson said. "It's gonna
take some time to wrap my head
around the situation."
The budget already proposes to
cut pay by 5 percent for all 44 of the
city's employees. That means four-
day work weeks, said Finance
Director Laura Zielonka.
Zielonka opened the workshop
by offering a staff-proposed proper-
ty tax rate of $5.40 per thousand
dollars of taxable property value.
That's about a 20 percent increase


from the current millage rate of
$4.49. It's lower than the $6.40 per
thousand that drew the ire of some
residents, but not low enough to
assuage Kelly.
"I'm totally against any millage
increase, but the majority rules," he
said.
Council member Rick Roderick
challenged Kelly on his opposition
to the proposed budget and tax rate
discussed Saturday.
"What is your solution, as the
mayor?" Roderick asked.
No tax rate is set until the council
gives the budget and millage rate
final approval in September. The fis-
cal year starts Oct. 1.
But Zielonka and several council
members lamented the fact that


people are misconstruing a tax rate
increase with a higher tax bill.
While it's true that the original pro-
posal for a new tax rate was 6.4
mills a 42 percent increase over
the current tax rate that doesn't
necessarily mean tax bills will go up
that much.
Tax bills depend on the millage
rate and the value of one's property.
Zielonka said most homeowners
will see no city property tax
increase this year, if the millage rate
of 5.4 is approved.
"I will be paying $124 more. I'm
one of the unfortunate few," said
council member Joseph Saunders.
But that's only $12 per month,
not even as much money as it costs
for Saunders and his wife to go to
dinner, he said. So it's money well
spent, the council member said.


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LARRY ELL
Staff Writer
TAVARES Seven Lake
County cities won't take a
budget hit from the loss of
moving violation revenue in
2010-11. County commis-
sioners told their staff to
find a way to pay those cities
a total of $76,518.
The money is equal to the
amount the cities projected
they would collect as a result
of a $12.50 fee attached to
every traffic ticket written


County agrees to delay collecting funds for one year


within their limits.
Interim County Manager
Sandy Minkoff said the cities
of Astatula, Fruitland Park,
Howey-in-the-Hills,
Mascotte, Minneola,
Montverde and Umatilla
will receive the compensa-
tory funds because they
don't have their own 911
dispatch centers and don't
share in the 911 revenues.
Minkoff said Clermont,


Eustis, Groveland, Lady
Lake, Leesburg, Mount Dora
and Tavares all saw increased
revenue from 911, so staff
didn't recommend making
up the difference with them.
Even though the county
has decided to make up the
funding difference for the
next fiscal year, it doesn't
mean the cities will receive
the ticket fees. That money
has already been earmarked


to pay for maintenance on
the countywide 800MHz
radio system.
"They won't keep their
$12.50 because that's
going to come to us,"
Minkoff said. "But we'll
figure out a way to give
them the money for one
year from county funds."
Where that money will
come from will be decided


when county officials go
through the budget adop-
tion process, Minkoff said.
But whatever funding
source is ultimately identi-
fied, commissioners made
it clear that this is a one-
time offer.
"I would communicate
that in writing so there
won't be any misunder-
standing," Commissioner
Jimmy Conner said. "It's for
one year and one year only."


Clermont beach to reopen


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT City Council
members on Tuesday night
voted to re-open the public
swimming area at Waterfront
Park.
The decision was based on a
$42,000 annual plan present-
ed by staff that includes two
lifeguards on duty during offi-
cial swimming times.
Assistant City Manager
Darren Gray said he's antici-
pating an official opening
about mid September.
"The council has instructed
us to re-open the swimming
area as soon as we can. It'll
probably take us about four to


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six weeks to recruit two life
guards and make sure they are
certified and trained," Gray
said. "We are also working on
purchasing some equipment
and a few things other things
we'll be needing."
Although the sandy beach
along Lake Minneola at
Waterfront Park has remained
open, the swimming area has
been closed for approximately
seven years because of low
water levels caused by
drought conditions.


After much testing and
increased water levels, the city
began to consider re-opening
the swim area. Officials had
hoped for a summer opening.
Then, in June, the city was
granted a 30-day swimming
permit by the state
Department of Health, pend-
ing a visibility test by the Lake
County Health Department.
A county inspection and
visibility test last month
determined that since the
visibility range was between


2 to 3 feet in the swimming
area's deepest point which
is 3 feet. The city required
two lifeguards on duty re-
issuing a permit.
The council then told staff
to come up with a cost esti-
mate and schedule.
On Tuesday, the council
agreed to have two lifeguards
at the swimming area for
three 10-hour days per week
- Friday, Saturdays and
Sunday for the months of
April, May, September and


October.
For the summer months,
which include June, July and
August, the swimming area
will be open seven days per
week for 10 hours each day.
"We're talking Memorial
Day through Labor Day at
seven days per week," Gray
said.
Gray said the main point
was the funding after learn-
ing the two lifeguards were
required by the county.


Election ballot names decided


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
The names of the candi-
dates voters will see on their
November ballots have been
determined in two more
south Lake County towns.
Friday marked the deadline
to qualify in Howey-in-the-
Hills and Mascotte.
Montverde also saw its
own political action earlier in


the week when the towns-
people came together at their
annual caucus to nominate
those individuals they'd like
to see in office.
All of South Lake's political
races will appear on the Nov.
2 General Election ballot.
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In Howey-in-the-Hills,
Seats 1, 2 and 3 are up for re-
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Chris Sears, who holds Seat
1, is running unopposed and
will serve four more years.
Seat 2 is occupied by
Kenny Green, who is not
seeking re-election. The can-
didates are political newcom-
ers Steve Barber, Charlie
Richardson and Chuck
Smith.
Seat 3 will see incumbent
Barry Crowder opposed by
Jon Hall and Bob Morse.
Mascotte
Two positions are up for
grabs in Mascotte.
Mary Marquard, who holds
Seat 2, is being opposed by
newcomers Tony Rosado and
Bob Zanella.
Seat 4 will see incumbent
Brenda Brasher opposed by
former mayor Feliciano Felix
Ramirez.
Montverde
On Tuesday night,
Montverde residents nomi-
nated candidates for the two
open seats on their board.
Incumbent and Vice
President Joe Wynkoop was
nominated, along with Bob
Tomlinson, Mike Rebell and
Ruth Ryan.
Councilwoman Helen
Pearce was not among those


nominated, but she and any-
body else who'd like to run
for office have until noon on
Aug. 23 to submit the
required paperwork for a for-
mal run.

Clermont
The June 18 filing deadline
in Clermont saw Mayor Hal
Turville fail to draw opposi-
tion, ensuring him another
two-years in office -- his sev-
enth term.
Councilman Jack Hogan,
who represents Seat 1, drew
one opponent, Timothy
Murry.
With incumbent Robert
Thompson deciding not to
seek re-election and Dave
Holt withdrawing his name
from consideration, Pastor
Rick Van Wagner is set to
take the Seat 5 position on
city council.

Groveland
Groveland will get a new
mayor since Richard Smith,
who represents District 1, has
chosen not to seek re-elec-
tion.

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Two: Make it a priority to
protect our natural resources.
Three: Try to create attrac-
tive economic incentives to
bring in businesses to help
our city redefine its future and
create jobs for our residents.
What's the most important
issue in this race?
The most important issue in
this race is the welfare and
growth of the City of
Groveland and what its future
will bring by the council that
runs it.
How will you qualify for
the race, by petitions or pay-
ing the filing fee? And why?


Unfortunately, I did neither
of the above. I did qualify
early, but my husband got sick
and was in and out of the
emergency room and hospi-
tal. I just simply forgot to open
my campaign account. The
day I went to qualify, I tried
to pay with a personal check,
but Groveland would not take
it as the fee must be paid
from your campaign account.
I was not aware of that at the
time, nor did I know of the
petition. I filed indigent. When
the campaign is over, I do plan
to donate all proceeds left in
my campaign account to the
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Friday, August 20, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A3


Joining


Hands


helps


young lives

THERESA CAMPBELL
Staff Writer
Scarlett, a 17-year-old
Groveland girl, has a rare
type of seize disorder and
cannot walk without assis-
tance. Oscar, 7, of Eustis
has cerebral palsy, autism
and suffers with bilateral
facial paralysis. Both chil-
dren are among several
youths that Joining Hands
Inc., a nonprofit Lake
County group, strives to
provide devices to help in
their everyday lives.


If you go
What: Vendors are
being sought for the
"Made by Hand Given
From the Heart," the first
annual craft show by
Joining Hands Inc. of
Florida, a nonprofit group
that provides equipment
for special-needs children
in Lake County
When: The show will be
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 9
Where: Venetian
Gardens in Leesburg
Call: Barbara Lightner,
728-1815.



"Our priority is a child
with a life-threatening ill-
ness," said Barbara
Lightner, founder of
Joining Hands, since 1992.
"We purchase equipment
that will enhance a mental-
ly and a physically-chal-
lenged child's life and some
of the equipment helps
with exercising and devel-
oping their motor skills,
their leg muscles and arm
muscles."
Other devices, such as
computers, are purchased
to help special-needs chil-
dren communicate.
A former regional public
relations manager for
McDonald's, Lightner
recalled she was inspired to
start Joining Hands after
being touched by the wish-
es of two little girls -
Missy and Melanie -
whom she befriended as
they battled cancer.
Missy, 6, told Lightner
that if she could grow up
and be anything, she would
be an attorney for children
whose parents abandon
them.
"That's what happened to
her. Her parents moved
away and left her at the
hospital to die. They could-
n't handle what was hap-
pening," said Lightner, who
was devastated by the
child's death.
Years later, when Lightner
met Melanie and heard of
the child's wish to go to
California to see a favorite
uncle, Lightner was deter-
mined to make it happen.
She shared the child's wish
with the president of an
airline company, and was
elated when it was granted.
Melanie and her family
were given five days to
Disneyland along with a
two-week visit with the
uncle. The entire trip -
including spending money
- was complimentary of
the airline.
"God, were you talking to
me, God? Do you want me
to do this? And that is how
Joining Hands was started,"
she said.
Lightner credits dona-
tions from the Charles
Henry Leach II Foundation,
Public Super Market
Charities, Dr. Harry J. Heed
Foundation and others in
being beneficial in granting
children's wishes, and she


is involved in planning sev-
eral other fundraisers,
including a craft show,
"Made by Hand Given
From the Heart," where 30
vendors are being sought
for the Oct. 9 event at
Venetian Gardens. Tables
will be available for $25 on
a first-come, first-serve
basis.
To learn more about the
craft show and other
Joining Hands activities for
the year, call Lightner at
728-1815.


HOB NOB
From A1

Kasey Kesselring, the Chamber's
Committee Chair, called the forum
"as close to a one-on-one conversation
as you can get with candidates."
Husband and wife Andy and Carrie
Bailey agreed that they felt better
informed after talking with the candi-
dates face-to-face.
"I wish I'd have come to these in
the past. It was very informative,"
Andy Bailey said.
For Harrison White, who is excited
about casting his first vote in
November after he turns 18, the Hob
Nob was a unique experience.
White said he talked to almost every
candidate and tried to take in what
each of them had to say.
White said he can see why the Hob
Nob is a good tool for voters.
"If it wasn't for this, people would
have to look things up for themselves,
but they probably wouldn't end up
doing it," White said. "But if you
bring it to them, then people will
come see you and ask questions."
"You can just take about an hour,
eat, meet some people and learn
about the candidates. It doesn't take a
lot of effort and it's worth the time for
everyone," he said.
The end of the evening was marked
by excitement as the straw poll results
were posted on the walls.
Clermont resident Ron Becker called
the event "well planned."


Congressional
candidate Jason
Sager, R-Brooksville,
and supporter
Robert Burnette
chat with Dennis
Horton of
Windemere.

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holds in the South Lake County and Four Corners market area. This
edition is direct mailed to 5,148 households in Clermont with home
delivery to 34,852 households in Mascotte, Minneola, Groveland and
the Four Corners area. South Lake Press is mailed to subscribers and
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Editorials
Editorials are the consensus
opinion of the editorial board,
not any individual. They are
written by the editorial staff, but
not signed. Some editorials are
provided by a third-party
service.
Letters
Letters are limited to 350 words
on a single issue of public
concern. They should either be
written by a South Lake
resident or address an issue of
specific relevance to South
Lake. They must be original,
signed with the full name of the
writer, and include the writer's
address and telephone number
for verification. Letters will be
edited for length, grammar and
clarity. No open letters, form
letters or copies of letters to
third parties will be published.
Writers are limited to one letter
per month. Letters may be


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If you
know of a
Lake County
veteran
whose name
should be
added to the Lake County
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Learn, think and vote


S something common to
human beings is their ability
to learn.
Our capacity for learning should
never be discounted.
Early voting for the Aug. 24 pri-
mary began last Monday. It will
continue until Saturday.
Who makes the ballot in the
race for the U.S. Senate as well as
four congressional districts, gover-
nor, lieutenant governor, attorney
general, state senate, five state dis-
tricts, and locally, candidates for
county commission, school board
- these and others will be decid-
ed Tuesday.
For the most part, anyway.


Independents, or those not affili-
ated with a political party will
appear on the November ballot,
but not in the primary.
There's plenty to contemplate.
And the best way to do it is to be
as informed as possible about the
candidates.
Educate yourself. Who are the
incumbents and why should they
be re-elected, or what makes a
new candidate a better choice.
Checking a box without being
properly informed can be disas-
trous. Examples are evident
throughout our country's history.
Inability to find information on
a certain candidate is no excuse.


Not any longer. The Daily
Commercial and the South Lake
Press have been running profiles
on all the candidates since April.
They are available online at
www.dailycommercial.com and
www.southlakepress.com.
For basic information (where to
cast your vote early, times polls
are open, how to obtain ballots,
etc.), the office of Supervisor of
Election is solid sources.
Elections are the process that
define our nation. Millions have
sacrificed their lives to gain, and
retain, this right.
Voting is a privilege; using that
privilege responsibly is a necessity.


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No, because I'm
going into middle
school. I'm a little
nervous.
Stephanie Snyder
Clermont


Yes, because we get
to see all our friends
again and we get to
try and learn new
things.
Donniesha Rowe
Clermont


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Yes, because I can
make new friends.
Brandon Suddath


Yes, because I get to
see all my friends.
Jillianne Suddath
Montverde


Yes, I can see all my
friends at kindergarten
and I know my letters


Lillian Salinger
Leesburg


IN MEMORY


Obituaries

Virginia A. Caughell
Virginia Addison Caughell,
born to Harry and Catherine
Chase Addison in Clermont,
FL on April 12, 1925, went
home to be with the Lord
and her beloved husband of
61 years, Leroy and son, Roy
A. Caughell on Monday, Aug.
9, 2010. She was a lifelong
resident of Clermont. The
Chase and Addison families
came to the Clermont area in
the late 1800's. Virginia grad-
uated from Clermont High
School in 1943. She went to
work as a secretary at the
Florida Field Station in
Leesburg with an Army
Signal Corps battalion train-
ing in Lake County. She met
and married Leroy on March
17, 1946. They had two chil-
dren, Cathie Caughell
Bloebaum and Roy Caughell.
Virginia loved Clermont and
was active in many civic
organizations. She served as
president of the Clermont
Welfare League, which
helped found South Lake
Hospital, president of the
Clermont Junior Womens
Club and was a Gray Lady
hospital volunteer which
preceded the hospital Pink
Ladys. She and Dora Bon
Jorn were instrumental in
building the Highlander Hut
Youth Center and served as a
Girl Scout leader for many
years. Virginia also worked at
Patti-Lu Casuals dress shop in
downtown Clermont form-
ing numerous friendships
over the years. Her and Leroy
were members of Woodlands
Lutheran Church in
Montverde, FL and First
Lutheran/Shepherd of the
Hills prior to that. She served
as Sunday School
Superintendent, teacher,
president of the Women of

ELECTION
From A2

Three candidates -- politi-
cal newcomer Ralph Morris,
former candidate Mike
Radzik and former council-
man Allen Sherrod -- are
vying for the city's top elect-
ed position.
District 3 residents also will
elect a new representative as
incumbent James Smith
opted to run for a spot on the
Lake County Board of
County Commissioners.
The three candidates seek-
ing Smith's seat are newcom-
ers Tim Loucks, George
Rosario and Dina Sweatt.
For District 5, incumbent
John Griffin will be chal-
lenged by former council-
men Paul Keller and Roy
Pike.

Minneola
Four candidates qualified
by the noon deadline July 9
for the two council seats that
will be contested in the
upcoming municipal elec-
tion.
For Seat 2, currently occu-
pied by Victor Ortega, who is
not seeking re-election, the
candidates are political new-
comer Debbie Flinn and Jerry
Roach.
Seat 4 will see incumbent
Kelly Price seeking a second
term. He will be opposed by
Gary Tolley, an active mem-
ber of the South Lake com-
munities.


the E.L.C.A., altar guild and
hospitality committees.
Virginia was a beloved wife,
mother, grandmother, great-
grandmother, aunt and
friend. She enjoyed playing
bridge with her lifelong
friends and bass fishing at
her Jacks Lake. She was a
dynamic woman who exud-
ed beauty, love, care, com-
passion and hospitality. She
is survived by her daughter,
Cathie Bloebaum of
Thomasville, GA; grandsons,
Anthony Caughell (Christy),
Austin and Grayson of
Cleveland, GA, Chris
Bloebaum (Leslie) John
Thomas, James and Ellie of
Tifton, GA, and Casey
Bloebaum of Thomasville,
GA; her sisters, Helen
Morrison (John) of
Clermont, and Peggy
Richards of Largo; brother,
Fred Addison (Libby) of Vero
Beach and many loved nieces
and nephews. Services were
held on Saturday at
Woodlands Lutheran
Church, Montverde, FL.
Becker Funeral Home,
Clermont, FL, is serving the
family.
Hazel Ruth D. Hunt
Hazel Ruth Dupont Hunt,
89, passed away Thursday,
Aug. 12, 2010 in Clermont,
FL. She was a native of St.
Augustine, FL, born Oct. 5,
1920. She had lived in
Clermont since 1945. Hazel
Ruth was an avid golfer, a
charter member of Green
Valley Country Club, and
past president of Florida
Women's State Golf
Association. She was a mem-
ber of First United Methodist
Church and The Order of the
Eastern Star Chapter, both in
Clermont. Words alone can-
not pay tribute to her many
talents and accomplishments


or to the love, devotion and
dedication she committed to
her individual family mem-


bers. She
was preced-
ed in death
by her hus-
band of 55
years, James
B. Hunt, Sr.
She is sur-
vived by her
children,
Chuck Gibbs
o f
Sacramento,


Hunt
Hunt


CA, Barbara


Hunt Apodaca of Pahrump,
NV and Jimmy Hunt, Jr. of
Clermont; grandchildren,
Jeff Gibbs of Elk Grove, CA,
Kimberly Jones Van Arsdale
of Clermont, Michael Jones
of Tuscaloosa, AL and Lia
Apodaca Kerwin of
Alexandria, VA; six great-
grandchildren. Funeral serv-
ices will be held at 10 a.m.,
Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010 at
Becker Funeral Home,
Clermont with interment to
follow at Oak Hill Cemetery,
Clermont. Arrangements
entrusted to Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.

Death Notices

W. Agusto-Rodriguez
William Agusto-Rodriguez,
60, of Clermont died


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Roberto A. Rodriguez
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Back to School supplies
event: A/T Title & Trust is
hosting this event for
Clermont and Groveland stu-
dents, 9 a.m. to noon, at their
office 836 W. Montrose St. in
Clermont. Photo ID required
for participation. To make
donations or for information
call 404-9711.
August 25
Charter Board meeting: 7
p.m. in the media center,
Minneola Elementary School.
September 1
Fall Family Storytime:
Children ages 0-4 years and
their parents/caregivers are
invited to a weekly storytime
every Wednesday at 10:30
a.m. at the Minneola
Schoolhouse Library in
Minneola. No registration is
necessary, 100 S. Main Ave.,
Call 432-3921 for information.
September 3
Minneola Gym Flix: Feature
presentation, Star Wars,
Return of the Jedi, 6 p.m.,
City of Minneola Gymnasium,
800 N. U.S. Hwy. 27 in
Minneola. Free event. Food
available for purchase.
Children are encouraged to
dress as characters in the
movie for a costume contest


at 6:30 p.m. Call the City of
Minneola at 394-3598, ext.
227 for information.
September 18
Couponing Brainstrom ses-
sion part 2: Welcome back
Ms. Gail Smit for an updated
session on techniques for
saving money on groceries,
personal care items and
more. Bring your ideas to this
fun Saturday morning work-
shop at Minneola Library,
10:00 a.m. Registration is
required, space is limited.
Call the library 432-3921.
September 24
Save the Date: New
Beginnings and HQ Honda
will host a charity golf tour-
nament at Bella Collina
Country Club, 8:30 a.m.
scramble. Proceeds to bene-
fit homeless moms. Register
at
www.newbeginningslake.org,
or contact Linda at 638 5412,
or Jesse Griffin at 874-5768.
Volunteers are also needed.
Ongoing
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nationwide, ongoing, non-
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Clermont Girls Softball
Registration: online registra-
tion, accepting girls ages 4-
16. Sign up open for our new
age group, 17 and over.
Register at www.clermont-
girlssoftball.com. Season
begins in August.
Clermont Softball League
for Adults: registration open
to new and returning teams,
City Hall, 685 West Montrose
St., Clermont. Call 341-7352
or visit www.cityofclermont-
fl.com. Season runs August
23-November 10.
Lake Community Action
Agency, Inc., 394-9878:
announces its participation in
the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Child Care Food Program. To
participate in the free and
reduced meal program par-
ents/guardians must com-
plete an application, South
Lake Child Development, 690
E. Desoto St. in Clermont.
School Supply Drive: The
South Lake Chamber of
Commerce is hosting its
annual school supply drive
for local students. Donations
can be dropped off 8:30 a.m.
to 5:30 p.m., Monday to
Friday, 691 West Montrose
St., Jenkins Auditorium,
Clermont. For information
call 394-4191.
Woodlands Lutheran
Church and School: weekly
summer programs for preK-
5th graders. For more infor-
mation call 407-469-2525 or
visit the website at
www.woodlandschurch.com.
CPR Program: first Tuesday
each month, $15. Contact
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The Clermont-Minneola Lions Club last week welcomed Delores
Walker of the South Lake Historical Society. Lion, Louise Stockton
also of the Historical Society, left, received a donation from the Club
as presented by Lion, Ray Goodgame. The Club also welcomed
guests, Bill Freeland Ken Fugitt, local residents of Clermont. In
addition to regular meetings at noon at Sanctuary Ridge, the group
meets at 6 p.m., the last Thursday of each month at Golden Corral.


LIONS CLUB


COURTESY PHOTO
Guest speaker at a recent Clermont-Minneola Lions Club's
Sanctuary Ridge luncheon was Bruce Greer, Executive Director of the
South Lake Community Foundation pictured with Nick Jones,
President of the Lions Club, receiving a check for $1,000 for the
Lion's scholarship fund.


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OF COLUMBUS


COURTESY PHOTO
On July 23 the Blessed Sacrament Knights of Columbus Council
#13240 of Clermont presented a certificate of appreciation to Dr.
Kalwara of the Citrus Ridge Dental Center for her generous donation
to the Knight's recent charity golf tournament. Her donation enabled
the Knights to raise over $4,000 for local charities. Making the
presentation to Dr. Kalwara are Peter Capece, Grand Knight and Jim
Laria Deputy Grand Knight.


GOVERNMENT
CALENDAR

Monday
Mascotte City Council: 6:30
p.m., first and third Monday,
Mascotte Civic Center Call
429-3341.
Groveland City Council: 7
p.m., first and third Monday,
Puryear Building. Call 429-2141.
Clermont 4 Obama
Supporters: 7 p.m., second
Monday, Buffalo's Southwest
Grill, 1455 E. S.R. 50, Clermont.
Call 227-4094.
Lake County Democratic
Black Caucus: 7 p.m., second
Monday, Mt. Olive Missionary
Baptist Church, Stuckey Call
429-4371 or 407-654-4779.

Tuesday
Clermont City Council: 7
p.m., second and fourth
Tuesday, City Hall, 685 W.
Montrose St. Call 394-4081.
Montverde City Council:
7:30 p.m., second Tuesday,
Montverde City Hall. Call 407-
469-2681.
Lake County Republican
Party: 7 p.m., fourth Tuesday,
Tavares Civic Center, 100 E.
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MORE THAN 550 SOUTH LAKE COUNTY RESIDENTS ATTENDED THE 2010 SOUTH LAKE
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOB NOB EVENT ON AUGUST 17TH AT THE BEAUTIFUL HERITAGE
HILLS CLUBHOUSE. THEY SPENT THE EVENING MEETING WITH 28 COUNTY, SCHOOL BOARD
AND STATE CANDIDATES. THE EVENT PROVIDED AN EXCLUSIVE OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK
DIRECTLY WITH THE CANDIDATES AND BECOME BETTER EDUCATED ON MANY OF THE ISSUES
FACING THE SOUTH LAKE COUNTY RESIDENTS.



August 17th, 2010 South Lake Hob Nob Results


UNITED STATES SENATOR
Wilbrn EsOOfry III (REP)
WilMI Billy Ko~gt (REP)
MWrco Rub (REP)
GlOnn A. Burketu (DEM)
Maurce A Perre (DEM)
Jeff Greene (DEM)
Kendrick B. Meek (DEM)
Benmie DeCastro (CPF)
Alexander Andrew Suii ker (LBT)
Lews Jerome Amistrong (NPA)
Sue Askeland (NPA)
Bobble Bean (NPA)
Chaeft Crist (WNPA)
Bruce Ray FRigs (NPA)
Rick Tyler (NPA)
WrlM-in
Total Votes


5,0%

OS.1%

4.0%
10.8%
0.3%
0.5%
0.3%
0 3%
0.$%
5,2%
0.3%
G.8%
0.3%
100.0%


UNITED STATES CONGRESS DISTRICT 5
Richard B "Rk" Nugent (REP) 41.5%
Jason SaW (REP} 433%
Ja~nes Jirm' Pi illo (DEM) 15.2%
Total Votte 100.0%

UNITED STATES CONGRESS DISTRICT I
Ross Bletng (REP) 1.1%
Dan Fawelli (REP} 5.6%
Kurt Kelly (REP) 10.4%
Todd Long (REP) 7.3%
Bruce OD'Domhue REBP 1,1%
Pabtricie Sullivan (REP) 36.0%
Danie Webster (REP) 19.1%
Alan GrayBon (DEM) 16.8%
Peg Dunimire (TEA) 1.1%
George L. Metcalfe INPA) 1.4%
Wrila-in 0.3%
Total VOMes 100.0%

CIRCUIT JU0GE, 5TH CIRCUIT GROUP I
Denise A. Dymand Lyn 40.5%
Robet W. HIodges 51.5%


COUNTY JUDGE GROUP 2
Donna F. Miller
Michael L Odette


51.6%
48.4%


SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT I
Jim Miller 77.1%
Jamt SmSnth 22.9%

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 3
Tod Howard 33.0%
Alan Garcia 19.4%
JoAnn Jones 44.8%
Jay B. Koeneu 2-7%
Total VotWS 100.0%

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER DISTRICT 5
Kyleen Fischer 74.6%
Gwen Manning 25.4%

NORTH LAKE HOSPITAL NORTHEAST
Jerry P. Brown 64.1%
RIcitrd A PRker 35 9%

NORTH LAKE HOSPITAL NORTHWEST
Grgory A. Belrveau 32.%
Robat E. Bone Jr. 26.7%
Walt Dobrunk Jr. 15.8%
Frances D. Grossi 24.9%
Total Votes 100 0%


UNITED STATES CONGRESS DISTRICT 6
Don Bwning (REP) 32,4%
Ciffrd B "liff' Stmrns (REP) 54.2%
Stwo SOhnbeM (NPA) 13.2%


STATE GOVERNOR
Wke McCalisler (REP)
Bill McCodlum (REP)
Richard L. Scott (REP)
Brian P. Moor (DEM)
Alex Sink (DEM)
Jh Wayine Smth ~L.T)
Pete L. Afn (IDP)
Mchael E. A1h (PA)
Lawtorn *Bud' Chlee (NPA)
Danie4 Imperato (NPA
Faid A. Khvan (NPA)
C. C. Reed (NPA)

Todal Votes

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Hdty Benson (REP)
Pam Bomdi (REP|
Jeff Kolttamp 4REP)
Dave Armnbeg (DEM)
Dan GeberwDEM)
JiMn Lewi (NPA)

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
JefAiwer (REP)
Loranne Auley (DEM)
Ken Mazz {NPA]
Torn Steams (NPA)


9.2%
28.3%
37.0%
1.7%
19.3%
0,8%

0%

0.3%
0.3%
0-3%
0.3%
100.0%

12.1%
38.4%
20.8%
8.7%
10.1%
0.9%

65.9%
22.8%

8-3%


COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
Adam Putnamn REP) 86.1%
Scott Maddox DEM) 21.4%
Ira Chester (TEA) 95%
Thbo Ham ilon (NPA) 3 1%

PROPOSED COST. AMENDMENT NO. 1
YES {Campaign Financing) 59.8%
NO (Campaign Financing) 40.2%

PROPOSED COST. AMENDMENT NO. 2
YES ITa Credrl Milary) 79.5%
NO (Tax Credit Military) 20 5%

PROPOSED CONST. AMENDMENT NO. 4
YES {Land Lse Plane) 34.7%
NO (Land Use Plan) 66.3%

PROPOSED CONST. AMENDMENT NO. 6
YES (Legis. Refistricling) 71,0%
NO (Legi. Redistnctin~g) 29.D%

PROPOSED COST. AMENDMENT NO. 6
YES jCongr. Redslricting) 68 6%
NO (Congr RedIstricting) 31 4%

PROPOSED CONST. AMENDMENT NO. 8
YES {Clasa See) 63.7%
NO (Class Ste) 38.3%

NONBINDING REF. U.S. CONSTITUTION
YES jBal. Federal Budget) 78.0%
NO (Bal. Federal Budget) 22.0%

CLERMONT COUNCIL -SEAT I
Jack Hogan 66 1%
Tim Munry 3449%


STATE SENATOR- DISTRICT 2C
Alan Hays (REP) 77 7%
Ewi GaQrtAt (DEM) 22,3%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 25
RIck Joyce {REP) S9.0%
Lacny Mez (REP) 42.1%
Frank Layne Wood (DEM) 18.9%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 41
Stephen L. Precourl (REP} 707%
Lee Dougla {DEM) 19~3%
Jon Foley (TEA) 10.0%

STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 42
H. Marlene O'Toole (REP) 84.1%
Jeff Shoobrkige INPA) 15.9%

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2
Soan M. Parks (REP) 50.3%
aine Rfnick (REP) 31 4%
Mmrt So*ders (REP) 10.0%
Dvid W. Yeager {REP) 8.1%
Wtt"in 0.3%1
Total Voe 100.0%

COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4
Buddy Atkirn s(REP} 14.6%
Leslie Ca~imve (REP) 50.6%
Linda Stbwart (REP) 232%
Paul William$ (REP) 2.2%
E.K. Emery (DEM) 19%
WIolFgang HaKs (NPA) 2-2%
Wrte-ln 0.3%
Ttal Vles 100o0%

COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY DISTRICT 2
Keny Pitcher (REP) 67.8%
Robert Machir Jrmw (DEM) 22.0%
Christian D. BonJgm (MPA) 10,2%

GROVELAND MAYOR DtSTRICT 1
Rh Mofri 3681%
Mike Radzik 316%
Allen Sherrf 32 3%

GROVELAND COUNCIL -.$STRICT
George Rosario 38 4%
Ti Loucks 24.D%
Dir Swe 376%

GROVELAND COUNCIL DISTRICT 6
JoMh Griffin incumbent 364%
Paul Keler 41.5%
Roy Pie 22.0%


MINNEOLA COUNCIL SEAT 2


Dete FluiIm
Jeny Roach


MINNEOLA COUNCIL SEAT 4
Kelly Price Incumbent 3
Gary Toley &


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1 6%


9.3%
60.7%


MASCOTTE COUNCIL -SEAT 2
Mary Marquard Incumbent 33.1%
Bob Zanella 331%
Tony RosaQ 33.9%

MASCOTTE COUNCIL SEAT 4
Brenda Brasher- Incumbent 44.2%
Feciano Felix Ramiirz 55.8%


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HISTORICAL SOCIETY


BLESSED SACRAMENT


SCHOOL
CALENDAR
Ongoing
School Supply Drive: The
South Lake Chamber of
Commerce is hosting its annu-
al school supply drive for local
students. Donations can be
dropped off 8:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m., Monday to Friday, 691
West Montrose St., Jenkins
Auditorium, Clermont. For
information call 394-4191.
Believers Royal Academy:
openings and scholarships
available for students K-12th
grade, The River Church, 796
Hook St., Clermont. For infor-
mation contact Amanda Davis
at 636-6110 or visit www.the-
believersra@yahoo. com.


On July 12, the South Lake
County Historical Society met
for the first time in the recently
renovated Community Room of
the Railroad Depot building, part
of Clermont's Historic Village at
the corner of West Avenue and
Osceola St.Margaret Peacock
spoke to members and guests
about the history of the
National Society of Daughters of
the American Revolution
including the history of the local
Tomoka Chapter. Margaret has
been a member of the Tomoka
Chapter for more than 25 years.
Contact Louise Stockton at 394-
1453 or Dolores Walker at 394-
1390 for information on the
Railroad Depot building.
Pictured are Margaret Peacock
and Dolores Walker, Secretary-
Treasurer of the South Lake
County Historical Society.

COURTESY PHOTO


THANKS


On May 20, the 5th
graders at Minneola
Elementary Charter
School participated
in their 4th annual
"Thank You Brunch."
Following a lesson
on multiplying and
dividing fractions,
students converted
recipes and then
prepared them for
the event. Student
Morgen Shaver said,
"It was really fun to
do something nice
for the people at our
school, we are really
going to miss them
when we go to
middle school next
year." The faculty
and staff look
forward to this event
every year.
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Sacrament Council #13240 Knights of Columbus in Clermont held their first meeting of the new fraternal
year, the first meeting conducted by newly installed Grand Knight Peter Capece. Formal installation
ceremony was held on June 12 at St. John Bosco Hall at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church with a
reception dinner immediately following at Sanctuary Ridge Golf Club. Officers were installed by District
Deputy Bruce Gillett and District Warden Bill Murphy. At the dinner, Grand Knight Capece honored his
predecessor, Past Grand Knight Robert Britten, who had led the Council for two years and was
instrumental in the Council being awarded Star Council status for the first time in 8 years. New officers
are: front row Financial Secretary Allen J. Venezio, Pete Stauder (standing in for Advocate Rosario
Sulsenti), outside Guard Al Venezio, Grand Knight Peter Capece, Recorder Vincent Di Fraia, Inside Guard
Frank Regiacorte, Fred Costello (standing in for Deputy Grand Knight James Laria). back row District
Warden William Murphy, Past Grand Knight and Trustee Robert Britten, Warden Michael Dybicz, District
Deputy Bruce Gillett, Trustee Charles Crane, Trustee Joseph Nowicki, Chancellor Donald Morrissey,
Treasurer William Overbay and Lecturer Robert Berardi.



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DONATION


COURTESY PHOTO
The South Lake Kiwanis Foundation donated $1000 to the Cooper
Memorial Library Association to benefit the library. The funds will be
used to purchase board books for toddlers. There will be a South
Lake Kiwanis Foundation cart with board books that children in
South Lake can enjoy. Bea Meeks, president and Richard Chapman,
vice president, presented the check to Tracy Swank, Regional Branch
Manager of Cooper Memorial Library. The South Lake Kiwanis meets
every Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. at the IHOP near BJ
Warehouses. Visit www.southlakekiwanisclub.org for more
information. Pictured are: Tracy Swank (left) Bea Meeks (center) and
Richard Chapman (right).



SHERIFF


COURTESY PHOTO
Sheriff Gary Borders was the speaker at the South Lake Kiwanis
Breakfast on June 22. Sheriff Borders spoke about the may programs
available to the citizens of Lake County and about the upcoming
Sheriff facility in South Lake. The South Lake Kiwanis meets every
Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. at the IHOP by BJ Warehouse.


KIWANIS


The Kiwanis Club of South Lake welcomed three new members to
the club on July 15. Pictured are new members Eileen Scates, agent
at Watson Realty with her sponsor Ann Dupee. In the middle is Cathy
Bateham, Insurance Solutions and her sponsor Bea Meeks. On the
right is Dennis Smolarek, Reference Librarian at Cooper Memorial
Library with his sponsor Linda Sheets. Meetings are held at 7:30 a.m.
at the IHOP Restaurant located near BJ Warehouse every Thursday
For information visit www.southlakekiwanis.org.




HANDIWORK


The Our Handiwork 4-H club blessed
New Beginnings with a peanut butter
drive recently as the highly creative
young people learned about the food
pantry at New Beginnings, as it was
down to its last five jars of peanut
butter. So the group decided to come
Sto their aid and came up with a way
to fill the shelves. In the heat, they
stood outside the Publix store in
Groveland from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and
asked customers as they were
-entering the store to buy a jar of
peanut butter and donate it to New
-- Beginnings and as a result the 4-H
club was able to collect 223 jars of
peanut butter. That translates to
almost 8-weeks of peanut butter for
the food pantry.
COURTESY PHOTO


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and School hosts Open House

GROVELAND Open Church and School is able to
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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.)
Corner of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561)
www.blessedsacramentcc.com

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

THE CROSSING CHURCH
Where Faith Comes to Life
Sunday 10:00 am
at South Lake Charter School
15220 Hartwood Marsh Rd
Clermont, FL 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 UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
"Encountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing
Christ, wherever we are..."
950 Seventh St. 352-394-2412
Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx
www.fumc-clermont.org
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
6:30 8:00 pm
Nursery Provided All Events
Weekday School:
Preschool

GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH
CLERMONT, FL
*Bible centered preaching
*Blended worship Friendly atmosphere
Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Many Other Activities each week
14244 Johns Lake Road, Clermont
(1/2 Mile East of Wal-Mart)
Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor
407-877-4048
www.communitychurchclermont.org


IGLESIA METODISTA UNIDA
"EL FARO"
"Una iglesia con mentes, corazones y
brazos abiertos"
950 7th Street, Clermont, FL 34711
(esquina Hwy 50 & calle 7)
Reuniones en el Salon Social
Todos los Domingos a las 6:00 pm
Visitas a los hogares con cita previa.
Favor de Ilamar para mas information y
pedidos de oracion.
Pastora Maria Fernandez
321-946-6833

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

NEW JACOB'S CHAPEL MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH
410 W. Hwy. 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Phone: 352-394-4720
Rev. Rex Anderson, Pastor
Minister Kenneth Williams, Youth Pastor
Church Motto: "Equipping Changed People for A
Changing World!"
Sunday Services Morning Service -
7:45 & 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Youth Bible Study 6:00 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...
Worship Times
Saturday 6:00 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 1. 1 ..l. School)
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553


RENAISSANCE CHURCH
"Church For A Change"
Sunday 10:00 am
Wednesday 7:00 pm
830 W Montrose St.
Clermont, Florida 34711
Children's Ministry Provided
James Wheeler, lead pastor
352-425-3288
www.thechurchforachange.com

THE RIVER CHURCH
"...bringing joy to the city of our God"
796 Hooks St., Clermont, FL
352-243-7505
www.ClermontRiverChurch.com
Sunday Services
Coffee & Donuts
Classic Service 9:00 am
Contemporary Service 10:30 am
River Kids and River Babies
Available during the service

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)
6:30 PM Song in the Night (Artistic/Alternative)
Church school for all ages 9:30 AM
Childcare provided.
www.southlakepresbyterian.org

ST. MATTHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warm Welcome!
574 Montrose St. 394-3855
in Downtown Clermont
Sunday Services 7:45, 9:30 & 11:15 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery 9:30 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


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FERNDALE BAPTIST CHURCH
at CR455 & CR561A
407-469-3888
Pastor: Gordon (Bird) Sanders
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
Lighthouse Cafe 11:00 AM
Sunday Fellowship 10:30 AM 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



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CONGREGATION SINAI OF MINNEOLA
A Progressive Jewish Congregation
Shabbat services are conducted on the
first, second and final Friday of each
month at 8:00 PM.
Services are held at the synagogue located at:
303A North US Highway 27, Minneola
Religious School, Men's Club & Women's Club
Messgae line: 352-243-5353
Email: congregationsinai@cfl.rr.com
Web: congregationsinai-clermont.org

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


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

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




OAK

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 Fo. II
11:00 am Traditional Worship
Nursery Provided All Services
407-656-4452
Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr.
www.oaklandpres.org


WINTER GARDEN

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


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Ann Dupee

History
of the Clermont
Woman's Club

The Clermont Woman's Club, at 655
Broome St., became the only building
in Clermont officially listed on the
National Register of Historic Places in
January 1993. The documentation to
receive this designation was prepared by
Clermont resident and 1976-78 Woman's
Club president, W.M. "Miriam" Johnson,
who co-authored "Clermont Gem of the
Hills." Since alternations had been made to
the original building, the designation was
given due to the building's historical value
to the community.
From the time the first settlers came to
Clermont in 1885, the women organized to
improve the community. Prior to the disas-
trous Big Freeze of 1894-95, there was the
Ladies Improvement Society which organ-
ized community events such as the 4th of
July celebration. As the town began to
recover from the freeze, around 1912, they
organized the Advancement Club.
In 1921, a group of younger women
formed the Clermont Civic Club for the
purpose of building a community center
and "promoting a higher moral and social
condition and a general sprit of improve-
ment in Clermont and vicinity." The
Advancement Club turned its funds over to
the new group. The Civic Club soon joined
the Lake County Federation of Women's
Clubs to boost Clermont.
The Civic Club met at Cooper Memorial
Library at 630 DeSoto St. the first two years
until 1924, when the clubhouse at 655
Broome St. was purchased from the men's
Unity Club.
The building had been built in 1923 on
the site of the old school house and was
intended for a "motor camp for tourists."
The Clermont Press stated on Thursday,
Nov. 22, 1923, that "knocking" will be
encouraged and a whole day was set aside.
Every able-bodied man will be asked to
assemble and spend the day in "knocking"
(hammering nails) with the hope that
before the sun has set, by combined labor,
a community house and nucleus for a
motor camp will have been completely fin-
ished.
The women of the community were
asked to provide lunch on the grounds so
as not to lose any unnecessary time eating.
Twenty-three local businesses each pledged
$10 toward the expense. There were also
personal pledges of from $1 to $5 by many
local residents.
On Dec. 28, 1923, at 7:30 a.m., profes-
sional builders showed up to get the same
pay as the volunteers (none) and were
expected to provide their own tools. The
job was successful.
Another interesting fact was included in
several of the history reports stating that
the building was built on the site of the
"second" school building, not the first one.
That original first school building from the
late 1800s was enlarged to two rooms in
1913 to 1914. The children carried drinking
water from nearby Center Lake in a tin
bucket. A wood stove was used for heat.
Sanitary facilities were outdoor privies.
Hooks was the first teacher. The county
paid her $20 per month.
In 1927, a new charter was adopted and
the club's name was changed to the

See DUPEE, B2


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT At Frank
Hollinger and Son Flooring, the
customer is everything.
"We try to do everything as if
it were our own house we are
working on," owner Frank
Hollinger said.
For 28 years 12 in
Clermont Hollinger has
approached every commercial
and residential flooring job he's
had with the same enthusiasm
to ensure that every customer is
satisfied and their every need
has been met.
In addition, every installation
- whether it's wood, laminate,
tile, carpet or vinyl is guaran-
teed for life, a rarity these days,
Hollinger said.
Hollinger and Son Flooring
also takes care of re-stretches,
repairs and binding.
With binding, Hollinger said
people can choose any rug style
and color and his staff can put
an edge on it to make a custom-
fit area rug.
Another benefit to customers
is the 12-man knowledgeable
crew, which includes his sons
Robert and Joe, who Frank said
are "like another him" at every
job.
Frank said the reason he
keeps a large staff is to be cer-
tain every job is completed
quickly and to trim any incon-
venience to his customers.
Frank also said there is no
additional charge for moving
furniture.
"Many times, depending on
the size of the job, we can com-
plete it in one day," said Frank.
"We do that to get our cus-
tomers back to their daily rou-
tine as quickly as possible."
As for the product, Frank said
everything at the Hollinger and
Son warehouse is top of the
line, from the flooring to the
materials necessary to install it.


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In addition, all products are
delivered to the job site in
enclosed vehicles to ensure
weather conditions have no
effect on them.
Customers can also choose to
visit the company's showroom
to see samples of what's avail-
able or have it brought directly
to them in a large, air-condi-
tioned mobile showroom a
big blue bird bus that previous-
ly served as Apopka's mobile
library.
"We can bring samples in and
out of our mobile showroom
and match up colors without
the customers even having to


drive back and forth to the
store," Frank said. "We have
everything on the mobile site
that we do at our showroom but
in miniature."
Frank said he likes to make
sure that whatever the customer
wants will be compatible with
their needs and environment.
"I don't sell the flooring, that
just kind of sells itself. It's my
company I try and sell; what we
stand for and the way we do
things," he said.
Sometimes, he said, people do
not realize that there may be
products they haven't even con-
sidered that may be more suit-


able, especially if pets or kids
are part of the picture.
"I like making sure my cus-
tomers are satisfied in every
way. And I don't just do that to
make a sale. I try to plug them
in the right direction so that
their flooring will last a life-
time," Frank said. "A lot of
times, people tell me they really
appreciate that."
Frank Hollinger and Son Flooring is
located at 16201 State Road 50, Suite
304, in Clermont. For more informa-
tion or to schedule an appointment,
call either 407-654-4503 or 352-255-
3962, or visit www.frankhollinger-
flooring. com.


Don't let the little princess rule you


Talking

With Tori
Tori Kelley,
Ph.D

DEAR TORI,


have a very sensitive child. She is three
and a half and I can tell she feels very
deeply. For example, she cries when any-
one tells her no, like they have really hurt
her feelings. I cut myself by accident one day
and it hurt so bad that I cried. My daughter


began crying louder than me, for my cut!
When we go out in public, she is very shy.
She refuses to go and play with the other
children and usually holds onto my leg.
When I try to push her to interact with the
other kids, she screams louder than my ears
can take. In fact, I often give in because I
don't want to hurt her feelings by making
her do anything that makes her uncomfort-
able. Is there a diagnosis for my overly sensi-
tive child or will she grow out of this?
Signed,
Sensitive Child
Dear Sensitive Child,
As a matter of fact, there is a diagnosis for
what you just described: It's called spoiled!
Actually I have created a diagnostic classifica-
tion of my own which I believe should be
included in the Diagnostic and Statistical


Manual for Mental Disorders. I call it
"Princess Disorder".
And no, she won't grow out of it; in fact,
she'll get worse. You keep parenting the way
you are and by the time she is 16, she'll be
making your butt ride the bus while she
takes your car to school! The little sensitive
lamb will say, "I'll just be devastated and
humiliated if I have to ride the bus to school!
I'll never be able to show my face on cam-
pus!" And she will be right, because she
won't have learned any coping skills from
childhood since she always got her way.
If you can't stand the screaming, you
shouldn't have had kids, but since you
already did, go buy some earplugs or an iPod.
You're going to have a lot of "no's" ahead of
you and there is going to be screaming and
See SPOILED, B2


-nj


Hollinger and Son Flooring,


where wishes are met










B2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, August 20, 2010


Eat your fruits and veggies!


A study came out a couple of
years ago stating that less
than one-third of the people
in the United States eat the recom-
mended two servings of fruits and
three servings of vegetables per day
(I think it should be seven to nine
servings of fruits and vegetables per
day, not including potatoes as it is
in the rest of the world).
One serving of vegetables meas-
ures 75 grams, or about one cup of
cooked vegetables, one medium
potato or one cup of salad vegeta-
bles. One serving of fruit is 150
grams, or one medium-sized piece,
two smaller pieces or one cup of
chopped fruit.
I personally recommend staying
away from the canned variety of
fruits and veggies due to the higher
sugar content in the fruits and the
salt content of canned vegetables.
Fresh or frozen vegetables and
fruits are much better.
The benefits of fruits and veggies
are well documented. It includes
being anti-inflammatory and
improving digestion and bowel
function, as well as providing
absorbable forms of vitamins and
minerals. It can help improve
attempts at weight loss and
decreases the risk of heart disease
and some cancers.
The Am J Prev Med. 2007 April
study also stated that seniors ate
the most fruits and vegetables,
while younger adults ate much
fewer. One of the biggest contribu-
tors to this is the desire for conven-
ience food. The majority of
Americans are attracted to the
packaged "ready to eat" foods,
which is why we have a 60-plus
percent rate of obese adults and an
alarming increase in childhood
obesity. We are eating junk instead
of "real" food.


Michael Visconti
A.R, N.R
Natural Medicine


I hear people say, "I'll go hungry
if I eat like that." That is definitely
not true. You can eat a lot more
"real" food than you can processed
food and not gain weight (unless
you count corn and potatoes as
vegetables, since both are starches
and will add weight due to their
high glycemic index).
Another way to get vegetables
and fruits into your diet is to juice,
but eating your food is still the
best way. The main problem with
juices is the sugar content. When
we eat a piece of fruit, the sugar
absorption into the body is slowed
by the fiber in the fruit. When we
juice, we take the fiber out which
means we have a giant spike of
sugar being introduced into our
system which then creates a spike
of insulin. It then crashes our
blood sugar shortly afterwards. I
recommend juicing vegetables and
then adding some fruit juice, carrot
juice or beet juice (all of which are
higher in sugar) to sweeten the
vegetable juice. If you must drink
fruit juices, dilute them with water,
optimally a 50/50 ratio.
For those of you wondering about
the types of juicers, there are a few
things to think about. Price is
important but should not be your
primary concern. A cheap juicer
often breaks quickly, especially if
you are using it daily. However, a
$2,000 Norwalk is not realistic or
necessary for most people. There
are two main types of juicers: A
centrifugal juicer has a spinning


type grinder and a basket which
keeps all the juice and pulp in the
unit. If you juice large amounts,
you will frequently have to clean
the basket. This type of juicer is
usually the least expensive but
many operate at higher speeds,
which can heat up the stuff you are
juicing and destroy some of the
nutrients. The masticating juicer
has a gear or grinder in it and
essentially chews up the veggies or
fruits and squeezes the juice out.
The benefits of this type is that
most can also juice wheat grass
(except Champion) and leafy veg-
etables better than the centrifugal
juicers. And, most are low-speed to
decrease the chance of damaging
the nutrients in the juice.
One more thing to look at when
buying a juicer is the ease of clean-
up. Juicers that take more than a
few minutes to clean are ones that
you will soon find reasons not to
use and your juicer will just sit in
your cupboard. Buy a real juicing
book also. The juicing books that
come with the juicer will often
concentrate on fruit, carrots and
other sweet juices and not much
on the healthier and therapeutic
juices.
The take-home message is that
fruits and vegetables are greatly
needed by our bodies and we need
to find any way possible to get
them into our lives. Eating whole
fruits and vegetables are the best
but there are alternatives. It's your
life, It's your health.
Doc Visconti's office is located near the
Citrus Tower. If you have any questions
regarding this or any other health related
topics, please contact him on his website
at www.docvisconti.com. On facebook?
Sign up for the "Visconti Acupuncture &
Natural Medicine" fan page for interesting
information and updates on natural
health.


SPOILED
From B1


gnashing of teeth so loud you will think
you're in Hell. To raise a respectful citi-
zen, who is able to cope in the real
world that doesn't accept excuses or
bend for anyone, you have to set limits
and stick to them, no matter what.
Your so-called sensitive child is a con
artist. She has trained you to let her
rule the universe or else she will emit
noise pollution. Make a commitment
to her future today and stop being


threatened by her temperament. Make
rules, decisions, and play dates for her
and stick to them. When (not if) she
doesn't like it, let her scream her fool
head off, but don't you dare give up
before she does. You are the one with
the wisdom she needs to know what is
best for her. It is her job to test your
limits. You can be amazed at her cre-
ativity and intelligence for working
you this far, but unless you want a fail-


ure and disappointment for a daughter,
I suggest you pop in your ear plugs and
start laying down the law.

To submit a question, go to
www.CentralFloridaMentalHealth.com and
click the "Talking with Tori"icon. Tori Kelley,
Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist practicing
in Clermont. The contents of this column are
for informational purposes only and are not
meant to be used as a substitute for profes-
sional therapy.


CLUB NOTES


Ongoing
Mom's Club: call 536-1219.
Alpha Delta Kappa Sorority:
call 243-9310.
Monday
Mops II: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
first and third Monday, Church


at South Lake, 332 Mohawk
Road. Call 536-1844.
Mops 1: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.,
second and fourth Monday,
First United Methodist, 950 7th
Street, Clermont. Call 407-451-
1222.
Teen Mops: 5:30 to 8 p.m.,


second and fourth Monday,
First United Methodist, 950
Seventh Street. Call 321-206-
8655.
American Legion Post 55:
second Monday,W. Desoto St.,
Clermont.
Seniors Monday Night Bridge:


7 p.m. Clermont Recreation
Club, Kehlor Building. Call 394-
5803.
Sons of Italy: 7 p.m., third
Monday, Jenkins Auditorium.
Call 394-7828.

See CLUB, B5


DUPEE
From B1


Clermont Woman's Club.
That summer the building
was doubled in size and
redecorated. In 1932, the
club affiliated with the
Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs. At that time
the club's work was carried
on through three depart-
ments: American home,
civic and fine arts. Members
were required to enroll in
one or more departments.
The civic department
sponsored the first flower
show in Clermont on March
31, 1920, in an empty gro-
cery store room in the Fesler
Building. In 1921, they
organized the first garden
club that was active until
the beginning of World War
II.
The Woman's Club
assumed the operation and
upkeep of Cooper Memorial
Library in 1938 and contin-
ued to be responsible for its
operation until 1952 when a
permanent Cooper
Memorial Library
Association Board was
formed. The club has con-
tinued to lend financial sup-
port. A Book Lover's Club
began in 1938 and met for
book reviews until 1988.
A Clermont Junior
Woman's Club was organ-
ized in 1952 by club presi-
dent T.J. Smart. She served
as director of Seventh
District from 1952-1954. In
1955, the Juniors built the
Highlander Hut, a youth
center on Sparkling Water
Lake near Jaycee Beach on
Lake Minneola.
In 1963, the club began
awarding an annual scholar-
ship to a senior high school
girl and continued for 20
years. The club then con-
tributed to the Clermont
High School Scholarship
Fund annually, until it was
discontinued in 1989. The
club then returned to giving
individual scholarships.
During the three-year term
of 1975-1978, $5,250 was
spent for repairs and renova-
tions. Some members donat-
ed green stamps and some
husbands helped with labor
and materials. At one point
they had to borrow $600 to
repair the AC and heat pump.
The club celebrated its
50th anniversary in 1977
and refurbished the club-
house by make improve-
ments in the kitchen and
adding aluminum siding.
The junior women and their
husbands did extensive
redecorating of the main
room at that time. The fol-
lowing year they disbanded.
With the tremendous


growth that Clermont expe-
rienced since the freezes of
the 1980s, the need for a
Junior Woman's Club was
recognized and a new one
was organized in 1989, now
called the South Lake Junior
Woman's Club.
About 10-12 years ago, the
backyard was furnished with
wrought iron furniture and a
brick driveway was installed.
Income from renting the
property to the public helps
maintain the building in top
shape.
The two lots on which the
building was built are owned
by the city and leased to the
club. On Dec. 23, 1946, a
new agreement was executed
with the city leasing the
club the original two lots
and an additional lot for
future expansion for $1 a
year, to expire in 2045. On
Oct. 25, 1990 a new lease
agreement was entered into
between the city of
Clermont and the Clermont
Woman's Club, that will end
Dec. 17, 2045. The club is
paid up through that date.
In addition to being used
for fund-raising events, card
parties and receptions over
the years, the building was
used for a Junior Methodist
Church in the 1920s as a
meeting place in 1935 for
the Townsend Club, a
national organization which
tried to solve the problems
of poverty during the Great
Depression, and as a Service
Men's Club for a short time
early in World War II.
Major fundraising projects
include the Woman's Expo
each March, fashion shows,
purse auctions and a yearly
quilt auction. In addition to
two yearly high school
scholarships, the club spon-
sored a study room at the
new Cooper Memorial
Library, supports Take Stock
in Children, Haven of Lake
and Sumter, Clermont Head
Start, FAITH Neighborhood
Center and the Florida Lakes
Symphony Orchestra, to
name a few.
The Clermont Woman's
Club received the South
Lake Chamber of
Commerce's Oakley Seaver
Service Recognition Award
in 2008 for its long-standing
contributions to the com-
munity. The club meets the
first Tuesday of each month
at 1 p.m., October to May,
for dessert, programs and
business meetings. New
members are always wel-
come.
Contact President Debbie Milwee
at 352-429-3797.


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Tiger

needs to

apologize
iger Woods owes his
fans an .-, .1 '*,. Not
another one for his off-
the-course transgressions -
he's been there, done that -
but rather for his (lack of)
effort over the final two
rounds at last week's
Bridgestone Invitational at
Firestone Country Club in
Akron, Ohio.
If he goes out and simply
goes through the motions at
the PGA Championship this
week, Tiger might alienate a
fan base that's stood behind
him during the most tumul-
tuous year of his life.
For those who didn't watch
or pay attention to last week-
end's play, Tiger was pathetic.
Not only did he finish at 18-
over-par, next to last in the
field and 30 shots behind
eventual winner Hunter
Mahan, it was clear that Tiger
didn't want to be on the golf
course.
He'd hit a shot out of the
trees and into a bunker, and
practically run to the ball to
hit his next shot. No time for
advice from his caddy, Steve
Williams, or even to take a
cursory glance at the green.
Tiger's play resembled that
of a weekend hacker like
-me who found himself
playing behind a slow group,
and was running late for a big
date.
Or dates.
Oops.
Sorry if that's a bit of a
cheap shot, but quite frankly,
Tiger deserves it right now.
His play in the Bridgestone
was not only a disservice to
himself, but it betrayed his
fans who paid good money
to watch him, even if he was
not performing in a Tiger-like
manner.
Tiger's smart enough or
his handlers and sponsors are
smart enough to realize
people still want to see on the
golf course. He is still an
attraction and has the poten-
tial to do something special
every time he swings a club.
Whether or not you con-
done Tiger for the events that
led up to his Thanksgiving
weekend demolition derby,
he is the player most people
want to see. If he commits to
a tournament, attendance at
the event and television rat-
ings get a boost.
But when he plays like he
did at Firestone with no
fire and desire it seems
that he doesn't care about the
game or his fans.
Imagine Ted Williams swing-
ing lifelessly at pitches in the
dirt in his final at bat, rather
than digging in and hitting a
home run on the last swing of
his major-league career. What
if Emmitt Smith purposely
dropped the football on the
final carry of his Hall-of-Fame
career instead of getting blast-
ed by a linebacker?
How about if Arnold
Palmer or Jack Nicklaus hit a
shot into the water during
the final round of their last
tournament and simply
packed up and headed for the
clubhouse rather than finish-
ing the round.
At the very least, fans
would be booing. They
would've been emasculated
in the press and legendary
careers would be permanently
- and irreparably stained.
Of course, those scenarios
never happened. Williams,
Smith, Palmer and Nicklaus
had too much pride and
respect for the game and their
fans to give anything less
than their best effort.


Old school comes through


EAST RIDGE HIGH
SCHOOL HELD ITS
GIRLS BASKETBALL
TEAM S INAUGURAL
ALUMNI GAME THIS
MONTH. COACH
ANGELA HOUSE AND
OTHER OLD SCHOOL
PLAYERS BEAT
YOUNGER GRADUATES

44-24 IN THE FINAL
GAME TO RAISE
MONEY FOR THE
AMERICAN CANCER
SOCIETY'S BREAST
CANCER AWARENESS
CAMPAIGN.


Kat Rodriguez, right, dribbles past East Ridge High School basketball coach Angela House.


Photo by Victoria Aldrich


Sheila Taylor blocks a pass during the East Ridge High School's girls basketball team's
inaugural alumni game.


Ashley DeVries and Sabrina Jones fight for control of the ball.


BRIEFS

Linebacker
verbally commits
to Gamecocks
GROVELAND South Lake
High School coach Walter
Banks has announced that
outside linebacker Jordan
Montgomery has verbally
committed to the University
of South Carolina.
Montgomery picked the
Gamecocks over the
University of Central Florida,
Arkansas and Iowa State.
Verbal commitments are
not binding, but Banks
added that Montgomery is
unlikely to change his mind
before National Signing Day
in February.
Harris wins in
Amateur Boxing
Night in Apopka
APOPKA Wildwood's
Dwight Harris defeated Jon


Area high schools get down to business



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KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Quarterback Mike Weed throws a pass during practice Aug. 12 at East Ridge High School in
Clermont. The date marked the first day that area teams were permitted to practice in full pads.
East Ridge is one of two Class 6A schools in Lake and Sumter counties, along with South Lake.
The Knights open their 2010 regular season at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 3 against South Sumter in
Bushnell.


Don
Hunsberger
Sports Columnist

Stand at


the top of


Fantasy


Island
f, like me, you've already
completed one fantasy
football draft and are
looking forward to two oth-
ers, you've obviously got too
much time on your hands.
But with the new season get-
ting underway in less than a
month, it's time to re-exam-
ine the strategy necessary to
dominate those friends and
family foolish enough to
compete.
Let's assume you're playing
in a typical head-to-head
league where teams consist
of a quarterback, two run-
ning backs, three wide
receivers, a tight end, a kick-
er and a defensive unit.
Perhaps the most important
change for the 2010-11 sea-
son is the change in how
NFL teams are using their
running backs. In years past,
superstars such as LaDainian
Tomlinson, Brian Westbrook,
Tiki Barber and the like
would routinely turn in 500-
carry seasons, complete with
dominating fantasy stats.
Not any more. Most offen-
sive coordinators have
turned to a two-back system,
complete with a separate
third-down specialist, which
dramatically reduces the
number of carries (and there-
fore the number of fantasy
points) these workhorses can
produce. Most fantasy
leagues were therefore domi-
nated by the teams who hap-
pened to pair two of these
studs, especially if they then
managed to play the entire
season without injury.
This year, remember that
only a precious few backs
will produce the number of
carries necessary to give you
the stats you'll need to dom-
inate which means that
while running backs are still
important, you might not
even draft one in the first
round unless you're in one
of the top five positions. So
who's likely to lead the
"most carries" list this year?
Shonn Greene of the New
York Jets would be my pick,
followed by the Tennessee
Titans' Chris Johnson, the
Vikings' Adrian Peterson,
Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-
Drew, Baltimore's Ray Rice
and Carolina's DeAngelo
Williams.
While it's unlikely that
Johnson will repeat last
year's 2,000-plus yard sea-
son, he'll definitely figure to
be at or near the top of the
rushing and TD list for this
season. The Titans' offense is
built around him. The coach-
es don't really respect Vince
Young's passing game and
they won't let him risk an
important drive with a
potential interception.
Greene put up incredible
numbers, considering that he
was a second-stringer behind
the now-departed-for-Kansas
City Thomas Jones. Likewise,
the Jets will be a run-first
offense. Despite the acceler-
ated learning curve for soph-
omore signal caller Mark
Sanchez, the first option will
always be the run. Not so at
Minnesota where, if he
plays, Brett Favre will force
head coach Brad Childress to
abandon his tendency to run
first and ask questions later.
What Favre did for the Vikes
last year was to force oppos-
ing defenses outside the box,


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HUNSBERGER
From B4


giving Peterson the ability to
gain huge chunks of yardage
whenever he got the ball. The
coaching staff is working with
Peterson during the preseason
to see if they can overcome his
problem with fumbling the
football. Sleepers to be consid-
ered should be Kansas City's
Jamaal Charles, Buffalo's C.J.
Spiller, and Detroit's Javid Best.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Larry Fitzgerald's days of rul-
ing the fantasy roost are over.
The retirement of Kurt Warner
means that fewer accurate passes
will come his way. Matt Leinart
threw for just 438 years last sea-
son as Warner's backup and did-
n't produce in any other area
when he did get into the game.
Combine that with the absence
of Fitzgerald's all-Pro partner,


Anquan Bolden, and you quick-
ly realize that Fitzgerald will
draw double or even triple cov-
erage on most passing plays and
will therefore not enjoy the
kind of season he's produced in
the recent past.
There's no question that
Houston's Andre Johnson is now
the best receiver in the NFL. His
recently reworked contract shows
that the Texans share that evalu-
ation. Look for Johnson to lead
the league in yardage. If you can
handcuff him to quarterback
Matt Schaub and you'll have a
pair that dominates their respec-
tive positions. New England's
Randy Moss, Indy's Reggie
Wayne and Dallas' dynamic duo
of Miles Austin and rookie Dez
Bryant complete the list of top
receivers. For sleepers, don't for-
get about such talents as Kansas
City's Dwayne Bose, Indy's


Austin Collie and (yup, this year
will be different) T.O. himself.
Why? Because the Bengals
reportedly have written into
Owens' contract that any mis-
conduct (the definition of which
is left to the club) will result in
termination without payment.
T.O. is malcontent, but not stu-
pid.

QUARTERBACKS
For the first time in quite a
while, Peyton Manning does not
lead the list of most productive
fantasy signal callers. That
honor goes to New Orleans'
Drew Brees, who threw for 4,388
yards, good for 34 touchdowns
and a passer rating of 109.6.
He's followed by Green Bay's
Aaron Rodgers at 4,434 yards,
30 TDs and a passer rating of
103.2. Schaub "trails" the lead-
ers even though responsible for


the most yards, 4,470, with 29
TDs and a rating of 98.6 in
2009.
As always in the fantasy game,
the difference is often made by
the mid-range players you
decide to draft when no one else
will have them. This year's
prime example is Dolphins'
quarterback Chad Henne. With
the starting job firmly in his
grasp, Henne won't have to
worry about competition from
his own sidelines. So he can
concentrate on coordinating
pass routes with all-everything
Brandon Marshall, spirited away
from Denver over the offseason.
Although often rated as the
NFL's leading receiver,
Marshall's stock has dropped a
bit because of Henne's inexperi-
ence. Look for the Fish to throw
much more often than they did
last year and for Marshall to


make the fantasy "experts" look
foolish for relegating him to the
middle of the heap.
TIGHT ENDS,
DEFENSE, KICKERS
Since tight ends don't provide
much fantasy value, there are
only a couple of options that
make a difference. San Diego's
Antonio Gates leads the way,
followed closely by Indy's Dallas
Clark. After that, it doesn't real-
ly matter. The same can be said
for defense (the Jets, Minnesota,
Giants and Steelers lead the
pack). And as all fantasy pros
are aware, you should open the
season without a kicker, then
select one on opening day when
you drop the late-round selec-
tion that was dropped by his
team just before game time.
Don Hunsberger is a sports columnist
for the South Lake Press. E-mail don-
hunsberger@dailycommercial. com.


JOLLEY
From B4


South Lake Christian Women's Club: 11:30
a.m., third Monday, Sanctuary Ridge club-
house, 2601 Diamond Club Dr., Clermont. Call
206-7111.
Positive Thinkers Club: 6 p.m., third
Monday, Holiday Inn Express, 1810 S. U.S.
Highway 27, Clermont. Call 223-6782.
Friends of the Cooper Memorial Library: 5
p.m., fourth Monday Call 536-2275.
Tuesday
Clermont Tops 464:5:45 p.m., South Lake
Presbyterian, 131 Chestnut St. Call 217-1258.
Green Valley 99'ers Womens: 12 p.m.,
Green Valley Country Club. Call Barb at 404-
6401 or Rosie at 407-469-4550.
Kiwanis of Clermont: 11:30 a.m., First
United Methodist.
Sisters of Sound: 7 p.m., Community
Foundation Building, 2150 Oakley Seaver
Blvd., Clermont. Call 321-276-3123.
Moose Lodge Bingo: 7 p.m., 17355 N. U.S.
Highway 27, Clermont. Call 394-5936.
South Lake Rotary: 7 a.m., The Wesley


SPORTS CALENDAR


September 14
Fit-N-Fun program: 4:30 to
5:30 p.m., Sept. 14 to Oct. 7,
Minneola Trialhead Park in
Minneola. Certified trainer,
Frank Girardi, Tuesdays and
Thursday, for ages 8 to 12
years. Simple playground
games, agility and condition-
ing drills. Minneola residents
$25, non-residents, $35.
Contact Girardi at 987-6740
for information or to regis-
ter.
September 17
Registration deadline is
today: Boys and girls ages 6
to 15. Fall Floor Hockey
League at the Minneola City
Hall Gymnasium. $40 for
Minneola residents, $50 for
non-residents. Call the
Minneola Recreation
Department at 394-3598, ext.
227 for information or regis-
tration.
Ongoing
Senior Men's Softball
League: seeking experienced
players ages 55-plus for
Monday and Thursday morn-
ing league. Call 243-1205.
City of Minneola: open
gym, 7:45-9 a.m., Thursday-
Friday. Call 394-3598 ext. 229.


Center. Visit www.southlakerotary.com.
Toastmasters #2423:6:30 p.m., St. Matthias
Episcopal. Call 242-0234.
Vocal Express: 7:30 p.m., Jenkins
Auditorium. Call 394-3173.
Clermont Shuffleboard: 9:30 a.m., Tuesday
and Friday, Kehlor Park, corner of Fifth Street
and Minneola Ave. Call 242-9755 or 394-
6597.
Clermont Woman's Club: 1 p.m., 655
Broome St. Call 243-3640.
H.I.NT.: 11:30 to 1 p.m., first Tuesday,
Cheeser's Palace, 707 West Montrose St.,
Clermont. Call 406-8465.
Mops 4: 9:30 a.m., first and third Tuesday,
Real Life Christian Church, 1501 Steves Road,
Clermont. Call 394-3553.
American Legion Post 239:7 p.m., second
Tuesday, Post Bldg, American Legion Road,
Mascotte.

To update, delete or add items in this column, e-mail
pamfennimore@dailycommercial or fax to 365-1951.


Tiger, however, is a different
beast.
He does whatever he wants
to do with no concern for
anyone or anything, but him-
self.
You'd think Tiger would
change his ways, especially
after being caught with his,
uh, hand in about a dozen
cookie jars. He should be
more accessible to fans and
more receptive to showing
his appreciation for their sup-
port.
Instead of taking a more
humble path, Tiger went the
other way and over the cliff.
He plummeted for four
days, taking his reputation
as a fierce competitor with
him.
When all was said and


done, and the going got
tough, Tiger turned out to be
a kitten.
What he does at Whistling
Straits can't help his image. If
he plays well, then it's obvi-
ous he gave up at Firestone,
and if he continues playing
with the same level of apathy,
then he's just going through
the motions and collecting a
paycheck.
His fans should be outraged.
Tiger quit on 'em.
Refunds should be offered
to fans who want one. Not by
tournament organizers, mind
you, but by Tiger.
Fans, though, are forgiving.
They likely aren't looking for
handouts from Tiger.
But an apology would be in
order.


BRIEFS
From B4


Instructor Jana McNally:
Zumba, 9:30 a.m., Monday, 6
p.m. and 7:15 p.m., Monday,
7:15 p.m., Wednesday,
Minneola Recreation Center.
Call 394-3598 ext. 227.
Sunday
Mean Street Pro Wrestling
Club: 12 p.m. Call 404-2235.
Tuesday
Magic Seniors 80 plus
team: 9-10:30 a.m.,


Minneola City Hall gym. Call
241-0475.
Green Valley Country
Club 9 Hole Ladies Golf:
12 p.m. Call Barb at 404-
6401 or Rosie at (407)
469-4550.
Thursday
Clermont Senior Men's
Golf League: 9 a.m.,
Sanctuary Ridge. Call 394-
0195 or (407) 973-6138.


ANNOUNCEMENT I


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Lady of the Lakes KenaiLS.saIC e Faire will be held on
Sa., rU-n August 28 at 1)0:4i" am in the auditorium of
Soutlh Lake High SchVl, IIl.i'1l MSilver Eajle Roild in
(rovelanf. !i'bility. villlagert. singers and g'psy rolE
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held on November 5-7 2011.1 benefit the students and
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www.lalkeretfairecum or all 32-:1'ii- 126115.


Little of Fort Myers
Saturday at the VFW
Community Center in
Apopka at the Amateur
Boxing Night of
Champions.
Hosted by two time World
Champion Christy Martin,
coach Dwight Barron's My
Brother's Keeper Club of


Coleman sent two boxers to
the tournament.
Marc Gonzalez, age 10 and
Harris' brother, dropped a
decision against Luis Oyola
in the 73-pound class.
For more information about the
My Brother's Keeper Club, contact
Barren at 352-330-0111.


Frank Jolley is a columnist with the
South Lake Press. Write to him at
frankjolley@dailycommercial.com.


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HEALTH CALENDAR


September 14
Fit-N-Fun program: 4:30 to
5:30 p.m., September 14 to
October 7, Minneola Trialhead
Park in Minneola. Certified
trainer, Frank Girardi,
Tuesday and Thursdays, for
ages 8 to 12 years. Simple
playground games,
agility/conditioning drills.
Minneola residents $25, non-
residents, $35. Contact Girardi
at 987-6740 for information or
to register.
Ongoing
Breastfeeding Workshop:
sponsored by South Lake
Hospital. Call 241-7109 to reg-
ister.
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Program: cardiac patients who
have suffered heart attack,
who have stable angina or
who have had heart surgery
are encouraged to participate.
Learn to manage controllable
risk factors and receive a cus-
tomized exercise program. For
information call 407-296-1599.
Cleaning for a Reason: pro-
vides free housecleaning for
women undergoing
chemotherapy Visit
www.cleaningforareason.org.
Lake County Health
Department Vital Statistics
office: South Lake Hospital's
Centre for Women's Health,
1099 Citrus Tower Blvd., Visit
www.lakechd.com or call 241-
9723.
Let's Kick It: 6:30 to 8:30
p.m., Mondays. Smoking and
nicotine cessation, eight week
course teaching step-by-step
methods to quit. Sponsored
by South Lake Hospital. For
information call 241-7109.
Nar-Anon Family Support
Group: A 12-step support
group for families and friends
of those with addictions,
Thursday evenings, 7 p.m.,
Windermere Union Church,
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Road
in Windermere. Visit
www.naranonfl.org or call 1-
888-947-8885, or call the
church at 407-340-7367.
Narcotics Anonmymous
Support Group: 8 p.m.,
Tuesday, Minneola Alliance
Church, 405 Main Ave. in
Minneola. Thursday 8 p.m.,
Holy Temple of Prayer, 1040
School St. in Clermont. 7:30
p.m. Friday at the Shepherd
of the Hills Church, 13600


Caspian Lane in Clermont. Call
the helpline at 319-5617 for
information or visit
www.colana.org.
New Vision for
Independence: seeking dona-
tions and support for the New
Vision Braille Textbook Drive.
Call 435-5040.
South Lake Pregnancy Care
Center: free pregnancy test,
maternity clothes, baby items,
parenting classes, life skill
classes, childbirth preparation
classes, post abortion coun-
seling, diapers, baby food and
couseling. All services are
free. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday to Friday, 1203 W.
Highway 50, Clermont.
Contact Eddie Judge at 242-
0257.
24 Hr. Haven of Lake and
Sumter Hotline: 753-5800.
Monday
Food Addicts in Recovery
Anonymous: 9 to 10:30 a.m.,
Blessed Sacrament Catholic
Church, room 4, 720 12th St.,
Clermont. Call John or Bob
863-422-0389.
The Lake County Health
Department: prescription
assistance, 1 to 4 p.m.,
Monday and Wednesday by
appointment only, United Way
office, 415 Citrus Tower Blvd.,
Clermont.
Tuesday
Pediatric Immunizations:
offered by WIC of Lake County
Health Department, 10 a.m. to
3 p.m., Tuesday and
Wednesday Call 357-1668.
Narcotics Anonymous: 8
p.m., Tuesday, Minneola
Alliance Church, room #3, 405
Main Ave., Minneola. Call 319-
5617.
Relative Caregivers Raising
Children Support Group: 6:30
p.m., first Tuesday, First United
Methodist Church of
Clermont, 950 7th St.,
Clermont. Call 394-2412.
The Greater Clermont
Cancer Foundation: support
group, 7 to 9 p.m., second
Tuesday, 927 7th St., Clermont.
The Greater South Lake
Area Parkinson's Support
Group: 3 p.m., third Tuesday,
Cooper Memorial Library,
room 108-A. Contact Deborah
Snow 406-8465 or e-mail red-
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FAITH CHAT


Huge Yard Sale at Union Church in
Windermere: Set-up is at 7:30 a.m.
August 14 for those that would like
to rent a space, 10710 Park Ridge in
Windermere, cost is $5 a table. The
sale is 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Food and
drinks available for purchase. For
information call the church at 407-
340-7367. Benefits church ministries.
Southlake Christian Women's
Group: a non-denominational group,
luncheon meeting, 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m., Sanctuary Ridge Golf Club, 2601
Diamond Players Blvd. in Clermont.
Reservations $14 per person by call-
ing 243-1499.
Annual Fashion Show and
Luncheon: Bonefish Grill, in the
Winter Garden Villages in Winter
Garden, November 10. Fashions from
Cold Water Creek. Cost is $22.50 per
person, with a raffle for cruise tick-
ets. Open to the public. Contact
Marlene Koslan at 241-4222 or Sandy
Langer at 244-4745.
4-Night Nassau Cruise: The
Sisterhood of Congregation Sinai in
Minneolas is planning for a 4-night
cruise to Nassau and Cocoa Cay
aboard the Royal Caribbean's


Monarch of the Seas to leave from
Port Canaveral on November 29. For
information and cost of the cruise
contact Marlene Koslan at 241-4222
or Sandy Langer at 244-4745.
Ongoing
Angel Food Ministries: is a nation-
wide, ongoing, non-profit organiza-
tion that offers grocery relief to fami-
lies in and around the Clermont area
through a partnership with Real Life
Christian Church, 1501Steves Road
in Clermont. Orders can be placed
online at www.getreallife.com or at
second Life Resale Shop, 207 N. U.S.
Hwy 27 in Minneola. For information
call 407-466-4664 or visit
www.angelfoodministries.com.
Congregation Sinai of Minneola:
religious school has openings for
children ages 8-13. Call 243-5353.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: newspaper and magazine
recycling program, 13600 Caspian
Lane, Clermont. All proceeds from
recycling benefit the FAITH
Neighborhood Center food bank. Call
242-9519.
South Lake Presbyterian Church
Food Pantry: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,


Monday and Fridays. Call 394-2753.
South Lake Presbyterian Church
Meals on Wheels: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursdays, reservations
required. Call 394-7905.
The FAITH Neighborhood Center:
seeking donations of clothing, food,
bed linens, blankets, etc., 7432 S.R.
50, Groveland. Call 429-1200.
The Mission of Project Zion of Zion
Lutheran Church: seeking donations
to assist South Lake county neigh-
bors with food, prescriptions, and
utilities. Call 429-2960.
Monday
Hallelujah Acres: support group, 10
a.m. to 1 p.m., first Monday Call 394-
7702.
ATF Youth Group for Middle/High
School students: 7 p.m., The River
Church, 796 Hook St., Clermont. Call
243-7507.
Wednesday
Edge Memorial United Methodist
Church Connection: dinner, 6 to 7:15
p.m; choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m., 441 S.
Main Ave., Groveland. Call 429-2572.
Edge Memorial United Methodist
Church: Celebrate recovery group,


5:45 p.m., 441 S. Main Ave.,
Groveland. Call 407-257-3889.
Men of Steel: 6:30 p.m., The River
Church, 796 Hook St., Clermont. For
men ages 20-35. Call 243-7507.
Minneola Alliance Church: prayer
services, 7 p.m., Washington St. and
Main Ave. Call 394-2028.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: worship service, 7 p.m.,
13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont. Call
242-9519.
Christian Men in Action: 8 to 9
p.m., second Wednesday, New
Jacob's Chapel, 410 W. S.R. 50,
Clermont. Call 321-537-1906.
Thursday
Windermere Union Church
Support Group for adoptive and fos-
ter parents: 6 to 7:30 p.m., second
Thursday, 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road., Windermere. Call 407-876-
2112 or 407-947-3613.
Intercessory Prayer: 7 p.m., The
River Church, 796 Hook St.,
Clermont.
Friday
Congregation Sinai: services, 7:45
p.m., first, second and fourth Friday,


303A N. U.S. Highway 27, Minneola.
Call 243-5353 or visit www.congrega
tionsinai-clermont.org.
Sunday
Edge Memorial United Methodist
Church: traditional service, 9:30 a.m.
and contemporary service, 11 a.m.,
441 S. Main Ave., Groveland. Call
429-2572.
Edge Memorial United Methodist
Church: tweens and youth, 6 to 7
p.m., 441 S. Main Ave., Groveland.
Call 429-2572.
The River Church: traditional serv-
ice, 9 a.m., contemporary service,
10:30 a.m., Widow to Widow support
group, 3 p.m., 796 Hook St.,
Clermont. Visit www.clermontriver-
church.com.
Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: worship service, 8 a.m. and
10:15 a.m., Sunday school, 9 a.m.,
13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont. Call
242-9519.
Woodlands Lutheran Church: wor-
ship, 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Sunday
school, 9:45 a.m., 2 miles north of
S.R. 50 on C.R. 455, Montverde. Call
407-469-2525.


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003 Legal
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PUBUC NOTICE
UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOW
ING VEHICLES) WILL
BE SOLD FOR CHARGES
DUE ON:
SEPTEMBER 03,2010
AT 8:30 A.M.
2009 CHONGQING
ASTRO
LHJLC13FX9B002138
THE ADDRESS WHERE
THE VEHICLES ARE
STORED:
REVIS TOWING & RE-
COVERY OF GROVE-
LAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736
Ad.No: 00232844
August 20, 2010

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 09CC5899
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAROLINE C. JONES et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated July
26, 2010, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on August 31,
2010, the following-de
scribed property, Timeshare
Period Week (0)25 in Con
dominium Unit No. 107308,
all of which and THE VILLAS
AT SUMMER BAY, accord
ing to the Declaration of
Condominium, thereof re
corded in Official Records
Book 1897, page 1089
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.
Dated July 30, 2010
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352-242-2670
No. 000230058
August 13 & 20, 2010


003 Legal
Notices



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUIT IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2010-CA-446
MFC MORTGAGE, INC. OF
FLORIDA,
Plaintiff,
v.
JENNIFER M. VERNON, et
al.,
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CALVIN VERNON
Whose residence are/is un
known
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
THAT an action to foreclose
a mortgage on the following
property in Lake County,
Florida:
Lot 13, MARINA DEL RAY -
PHASE 1, according to the
map or plat thereof as re-
corded in Plat Book 58,
Page 86, Public Records of
Lake County, Florida
Address: 133 Cabrillo Drive,
Groveland, FL 34736
has been filed against you
and you are required to
serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on
Tara C. Early, Esquire, 390
N. Orange Avenue, Ste 260,
Orlando, Florida 32801,
within thirty (30) days of the
first publication of this No
tice and file the original with
the Clerk of the Court either
before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a de
fault will be entered against
you for the relief demanded
in the Complaint.
Dated at Lake, County, this
August 9, 2010.
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By:/s/R. SLAGLE, DEPUTY
CLERK
Deputy Clerk
Lake County: In accordance
with the Americans With
Disabilities Act, persons
with disabilities needing a
special accommodation to
participate in this proceed
ing are entitled, at no cost,
to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contact
Court Administration at 550
W. Main Street, Tavares, FL
32778, telephone (352)
2530900 x100, within two
(2) working days of your re
ceipt of this document. If
you are hearing or voice im
paired, call (TDD)
1 800 955-8771, or Voice
(V) 1 800-955 8770.
Ad No.: 232896
Aug. 20, 27, 2010 &
Sept. 3, 10, 2010


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003 Legal
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NOTICE Under
Fictitious Name Statute Law
Pursuant to Section
865.09(3)(d),
Florida Statutes
TO WHOM IT MAY CON
CERN:
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, pursuant
to the "Fictitious Name
Statute" Florida Statute
865.09, 2009, will register
with the Division of Corpo
rations, Department of
State, State of Florida, upon
receipt of proof of public
tion for this notice the Ficti
tious Name, to wit:
STUDEBAKER
HEADQUARTERS
Intends to register the said
Fictitious Name located at
the below address:
248 N. Market Blvd.
Webster, Lake County
Florida 33597
That the interested owner
in said business enterprise
is
George Dominguez
Dated in Lake County, Flor
ida this 11 day of August,
2010
Ad No.: 00232135
August 20, 2010

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.
2010-CP-1023-DB
IN RE: ESTATE OF
EVELYN I. FARRELL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of EVELYN I..
FARRELL, deceased,


003 Legal
Notices
whose date of death
was JUNE 30, 2010, is
pending in the Circuit
Court for Lake County,
Florida, Probate Divi-
sion, the address of
which is Post Office Box
7800, Tavares, Florida
32778. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representative and
the personal representa-
tive's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons
having claims or de-
mands against dece-
dent's estate on whom a
copy of this is notice re-
quired 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 per-
sons having claims or
demands against dece-
dent'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 PERI-
ODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE
CODE WILL BE FOR-
EVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH ABOVE, ANY


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Notices
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of this notice is
August 13, 2010.
Personal Representa-
tive:
FRANCES EARLENE DA-
MIAN
2871 Clearbrook Circle
Delray Beach, Florida
33445
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DENNIS L. HORTON
Attorney for FRANCES
EARLENE DAMIAN
Florida Bar No. 187991
Dennis L. Horton, P.A.
900 West Highway 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Telephone:
(352)394-4008
Fax: (352)394-5805
Ad No. 00231014
August 13 &20, 2010

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
OR DISPOSITION
According to the Florida Self
Storage Act,
Groveland Mini Storage,
LLC, located at
178 Groveland Farms Road,
Groveland, FL 34736
gives notice that the follow
ing Tenant is in default of
the rental agreement.
Bobbie Gibson unit #82
Tammy Gibson Units #78 &
146
Unit will be sold or disposed
of on August 21, 2010 at
10:00 a.m. Unit is said to
contain household goods.
We have the right to sell or
refuse any bids, and may
dispose of all contents ac
cording to Florida State
Statutes. All sales final,
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Ad No.:00230732
Aug. 6, 13, &20, 2010

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 10CC1089
SUMMER BAY PARTNER
SHIP a Florida general part
nership,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ELOY GARCIA et al
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap
tioned matter dated MAY
10, 2010, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at
the front door of the Lake
County Judicial Center,
550 West Main Street, Ta
vares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on September
07, 2010, the following-de
scribed property, all of
which and THE VILLAS AT
SUMMER BAY, according to
the Declaration of Condo
minium, thereof recorded
in Official Records Book
1897, page 1089 Public
Records of Lake County,
Florida, as amended.
Count 1 ELOY GARCIA
Timeshare Period Week
(0)1 in Condominium Unit
No. 103307
Count 2 RAMON FRAN
CISCO GONZALEZ and AN
TONIA RODRIGUEZ GON
ZALEZ Timeshare Period
Week (0)4 in Condominium
Unit No. 103102
Count 3 CENTRALIA E. HI
NES BERGMAN and SEAN
NYRA BERGMAN Timeshare
Period Week (E)40 in Con
dominium Unit No. 105307
Count 4 KYMBERLY NICOLE
HOPE Timeshare Period
Week (0)38 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 107202
Count 5 ANGELA DANETTE
KELSEY Timeshare Period
Week (E)20 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 103204
Count 6 KHALIA NASIRA
KITCHENS Timeshare Pe
riod Week (E)50 in Condo
minium Unit No. 104208
Count 7 KERLANDE
LAZARD Timeshare Period
Week (E)30 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 103201
Count 8 ANGEL LEBRON
MORALES Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)32 in Condo
minium Unit No. 104104
Count 9 JEFFREY MANI
GAULT Timeshare Period
Week (E)30 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 107208
Count 10 LEWIS R. MER
CER Timeshare Period
Week (0)33 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 104104
Count 12 NELSON GABRIEL
PORTA JR. Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)47 in Condo
minium Unit No. 103304
Count 13 TROY M. QUAR
LES and PATRICE NANETTE
MCPHEE Timeshare Period
Week (0)25 in Condomin
ium Unit No. 103101
Count 14 SAMUEL REYES
MARCANO Timeshare Pe
riod Week (0)51 in Condo
minium Unit No. 104303
Count 15 JOSEPH REY
NOLDS and HATTIE BOS
TON REYNOLDS Timeshare
Period Week (0)43 in Con
dominium Unit No. 103304
Dated August 4, 2010
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/W,Tillman
Deputy Clerk
Paul M. Caldwell, Esquire
Post Office Box 120069
Clermont, FL 34712
Telephone: 352 242-2670
No. 00230931
August 13, & 20, 2010

NOTICE Under
Fictitious Name Statute Law
Pursuant to Section
865.09(3)(cD,
Florida Statutes
TO WHOM IT MAY CON
CERN:
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned, pursuant
to the "Fictitious Name
Statute" Florida Statute
865.09, 2009, will register
with the Division of Corpo
rations, Department of
State, State of Florida, upon
receipt of proof of public
tion for this notice the Ficti
tious Name, to wit:
STITCHING MY MEMORIES
Intends to register the said
Fictitious Name located at
the below address:
12739 CR 561-A
Clermont, Lake County
Florida ,34715
That the interested owner in
said business enterprise is
Patricia A Ferguson
Dated in Lake County, Flor
ida this XX day of XXXX,
2010
Ad No.: 00232928
August 20 2010

STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVI-
RONMENTAL PROTECTION
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
ISSUE PERMIT


The Department of Environ
mental Protection gives no
twice of its intent to issue a
permit revision to Timber
Village (P 0 Box 530, Lake
land, Fl. 33802) to con
struct a surge tank and a
bar screen/splitter box. The
facility serves the existing
Timber Village MHP and is
located at 15130 6 Timber
Village Road, Groveland,
Lake County Florida. The
Department has considered
the effects of reclaimed wa
ter discharges to groundwa
ter and has assigned File
Number
FLA010618-003-DW3 to
the project
The Department will issue
the permit with the attached


003 Legal
Notices
conditions unless a timely
petition for an administra
tive hearing is filed under
sections 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Stat
utes before the deadline for
filing a petition. The proce
dures for petitioning for a
hearing are set forth below.
A person whose substantial
interests are affected by the
Department's proposed
permitting decision may pe
tition for an administrative
proceeding (hearing) under
section 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Stat
utes. The petition must con
tain the information set
forth below and must be
filed (received by the clerk)
in the Office of General
Counsel of the Department
at 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station 35,
Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000.
Petitions by the applicant or
any of the parties listed be
low must be filed within
fourteen days of receipt of
this written notice. Petitions
filed by any persons other
than those entitled to writ
ten notice under section
120.60(3) of the Florida
Statutes must be filed
within fourteen days of pub
location of the notice or
within fourteen days of re
ceipt of the written notice,
whichever occurs first.
Under section 120.60(3) of
the Florida Statutes, how
ever, any person who has
asked the Department for
notice of agency action may
file a petition within four
teen days of receipt of such
notice, regardless of the
date of publication..
The petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the
applicant at the address in
dicated above at the time of
filing. The failure of any
person to file a petition
within the appropriate time
period shall constitute a
waiver of that person's right
to request an administrative
determination (hearing) un
der section 120.569 and
120.57 of the Florida Stat
utes. Any subsequent inter
vention (in a proceeding ini
tiated by another party) will
be only at the discretion of
the presiding officer upon
the filing of a motion in
compliance with rule
28-106.205 of the Florida
Administrative Code.
A petition that disputes the
material facts on which the
Department's action is
based must contain the fol
lowing information:
(a) the name, address, and
telephone number of each
petitioner; the name, ad
dress, and telephone num
ber petitioner's represent
tive, if any; the Department
permit identification number
and the county in which the
subject matter or activity is
located;
(b) A statement of how and
when each petitioner re
ceived notice of the Depart
ment action;
(c) A statement of how each
petitioner's substantial in
terests are affected by the
Department action;
(d) A statement of all dis
puted issues of material
fact. If there are none, the
petition must so indicate;
(e) A statement of facts that
the petitioner contends war
rant reversal or modification
of the Department action;
() A concise statement of
the ultimate facts alleged,
as well as the rules and
statutes which entitle the
petitioner to relief, and
(g) A statement of the relief
sought by the petitioner
stating precisely the action
that the petitioner wants the
Department to take.
A petition that does not dis
pute the material facts on
which the Department's ac
tion is based shall state that
no such facts are in dispute
and otherwise shall contain
the same information as set
forth above, as required by
rule 28-106.301.
Because the administrative
hearing process is designed
to formulate final agency
action, the filing of a peti
tion means that the Depart
ment's final action may be
different from the position
taken by it in this notice.
Persons whose substantial
interests will be affected by
any such final decision of
the Department have the
right to petition to become a
party to the proceeding, in
accordance with the re
quirements set forth above.
Mediation under section
120.573 of the Florida Stat
ues is not available for this
proceeding.
The application is available
for public inspection during
normal business hours,
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Monday through Friday, ex
cept legal holidays, at the
Central District Office of the
Department of Environmen
tal Protection, 3319 Ma
guire Boulevard, Suite 232,
Orlando Fl..
Ad.No: 00232994
August 20, 2010








100
Announcement


102 Lost
CAT Blk/orange/white
calico, "KiKi" or
"Keone", has chip,
lost on 8/8 around
Groves of Baytree
Subd. on Dead River


Rd. 407-492-1804
or 407-729-4369

COLLIE full size, short
hair blk & tan, off
Pine St., Fruitland
Park. 352-603-0940

103 Found

CHINESE CRESTED sm,
recently groomed
found near Floral Cir
Eustis. 978-1343

SMALL DOG found near
Treadway School.
Call to identify
352-742-1458


105 Positions
Wanted

FRIENDLY MARRIED
CHRISTIAN MAN
Would like to care for
someone in their home
$8.00 per hr.
Call 352-508-5612

106 Personals
SWM 70, seeking fe-
male 65-75 who en-
joys nature, animals,
outdoors, for friend-
ship maybe more.
352-669-6910
QUALITY lady seeks tall
active male 70+ for
friendship. PO Box
1636, Lady Lake, FL
32158
SWM 60's honest, car-
ing, many interests,
seeking female
friend. 330-4338




200
At Your
Service



269 Painting

THE Paint Manager,
Paint homes interior &
exterior, Pressure
Washing, Texturing
(knock down/popcorn
removal), drywall re-
pair. Commercial Con-
do's, Apts., Office's Li-
censes & insured. Free
estimates All major CC
excepted (in business
since 2000)
407-592-9935





300
Financial


400
Employment



401
Management
















































Professional

HUMAN RESOURCES
I "n













































SPECIALIST
Plan, direct& coordi-
nate Human Resource

to maximize strategic
use of Human Re-
sources. 3 yrs. related
exp. & Masters Degree
site: The Villages, FL
Mail resume to:
ASAP America, LLC
1501 US Hwy 441
Suite 1706
The Villages, FL 32159
use of Human Re








INSURANCE
PROPERTY &





CASUALTY
PROFESSIONAL
4/40 or 2/20
site: The Villages, FL
Mail resume to:
ASAP America, LLCt







352-6US H8-944
Suite 1706u a
The Villages, FL 32159


















Li' resume tor

3521638w9440
410 Sales


410 Sales

The Daily Commercial
has an immediate
need for a full time
professional in our
Classified Advertising
Department.
The successful candi-
date will have a mini-
mum of 1 year sales
experience, marketing
or customer service
experience and pos-
sess the ability to
make 'cold calls'. Can-
didates must have ex-
cellent communication
and speaking skills, be
computer proficient,
able to type 40 wpm.
Candidates must also
possess excellent
sales skills.
We offer base pay plus
commission; excellent
benefits to include
medical, dental, life,
401k and more; paid
time off; and sales
training.
Email resumes to:
humanresources@
dailycommercial.com
or apply at:
212 E. Main St.
Leesburg, FL. EOE
RETAIL CLOTHING
MANAGER
Experienced, computer
literate, customer ori-
ented & inventory con-
trol. F/T w/benefits.
Gator Harley-Davidson
POSITION ALREADY
FILLED
LEASING SPECIALIST

IKEDIIATE

OPENING
for Veranda Apts., Mt.
Dora. Must be self mo-
tivated with a
get-it-done attitude!
$10 hr + commission
& monthly bonus,
health benefits, vaca-
tion. F/T & Wknds. AT
LEAST 3 yrs sales exp.
Must apply at:
155 Veranda Way or
Fax (813) 636-8863
EOE/DFWP

420 Customer
Service
Employment

Customer Service Rep.
Must have good PC &
phone skill. Knowledge
of Construction.
Look for details:
abswood.com/job

435 Medical





CNA
Flex Home Health -
Florida license required
at time of application.
Experience required.
Apply in person:
9:30 3:30
HR Dept.
251 Waterman Ave.
Mt. Dora, FL

CNA
With level 2
background check.
Send resume to:
352-343-6198



l l-- -1 lll ,i
CNA's
North Campus Rehab
in Leesburg seeks
CNA's to join our
Nursing team
PRN All Shifts
Current FL CNA
licensure
Prior LTC exp. Req'd
Competitive salary &
strong benefits
Call 352-323-2400
Fax 877-571-1952
JOBS@CQCARE.COM
700 Palmetto St. N
Leesburg, FL 34748


1 pv LJf, 1

LPN's
Our Beautiful Facility
Seeks Caring
Professionals To
Promote Quality Care
& Services to
Residents
F/T & P/T Available
Long Term Care
Experience Required
Offering Competitive
Wages & Great Shifts
Differentials!
Drug/Background
Check Req.
Call 352-787-2910
Fax 877-571-1952
JOBS@CQCARE.COM
Arbor Village Nursing
490 S. Old Wire Rd.
Wildwood
MA/NURSE
For Pain Management
Services in a busy
Urgent Care.
Fax resume to:
352-315-1703


MEDICAL CODING/
BILLING SPECIALIST
Must have knowledge
& expertise in GI/Gen-
eral Surgery, variety of
health ins., claim filing
procedures, govern-
ment coding rules and
ability to multi-task.
Computer savvy req'd.
Certification preferred.
Call 352-323-0635
Fax 352-323-3314

NURSE LPN 32-40hr/
week for Nephrology
Office in Clermont/
Davenport Competi-
tive salary. Medical
Dental benefits.
Please fax resume
888-716-2003


435 Medical

PRN
VASCULAR/ECHO
SONOGRAPHER
P/T Must have mini-
mum 1 yr experience
and be registered
Please fax resumes to:
352-326-6019

RECEPTIONIST
For business medical
office immed. opening
Fax resume to:
352-360-1123

SUPERSTAR
MACNA Needed!
F/T position available
in busy, team-focused
Pediatric office. Posi-
tive attitude, time
management skills and
ability to multi-task re-
quired.
Fax resume to:
352-326-3315
For more info call
Yolanda at:
352-326-5132

450 Trades





CDL-A drivers needed
for immediate open-
ings. OTR andDedi-
cated Regional posi-
tions available. Mus
have Class A CDL and
a minimum of 2 years
verifiable OTR exp.
Call 352-735-0035
CENTRAL FLORIDA
TRUCKING FIRM IS
SEEKING EXP'D:
DIESEL MECHANIC
For 1st Shift
Call 352-568-8333
to set-up appt. for
an interview.
COLLISION
ESTIMATOR
Great benefits, week-
ends off, paid holidays,
busy body shop
Apply in Person
Phillips Collision
Center
3320 US Hwy 441/27
Fruitland Park
DRIVER WANTED
Leesburg area F/T
Call for interview
352-787-8000




Hiring Team Drivers
w/3 yrs OTR Exp. Late
model equip. Company
benefits, health ins &
401K
Call 407-330-3214
www.dtl
transportation.com
LAWN MAINTENANCE
position avail. Min. 1 yr
exp. Transportation a
must. Start $8-$10
based on exp.
Call 352-266-7970

DRIVERS
CRST NEEDS YOU!
Immediate opportuni-
ties! No CDL, No prob
lem! CDL Training
Available. Great Bene-
fits & Start earning
$750- $800 week!
Call Today!
1-866-987-8257
SECURITY
SUPERVISOR &
SECURITY OFFICERS
Clermont
Upscale Gated
Community. F/T
Supervisor $9.75 hr.
Security Officers
$8.75 hr.
Must Have FL. Class
"D" Security License.
Call 407-823-8188
Ext. 5105

TRAILER
MECHANICS
Experienced to work
on dry van trailers.
Must have own tools.
All shifts (nights &
weekends).
Apply in Person at:
Carroll Fulmer
Logistdcs
in Groveland.
Benefits Package
offered after 90 days.
EEO/AAP employer
TRUCK MECHANIC
Thermo King experi-
ence a plus. Must have
own tools. Excellent
pay and benefits.
Apply in person




See Jack
726 Southridge
Industrial Drive
Tavares, FL.

455
Restaurants/
Hotels/Clubs

PRO SHOP STAFF
Exp'd & professional.
MONARCH GOLF CLUB
Call 352-314-9000


470 General


ANIMAL HOSPITAL
NEEDS VET TECH. FT
W/EXP. BENEFITS.
CALL 352-408-8098

MAGIC MOMENTS Ac-
cepting applications
for teachers, substi-
tutes, various work
schedules, experi-
ence preferred Cal
352-243-6811 EOE
Lic.#C05LA0068

ROSE SELLERS
NEEDED NOW
Nights & Wknds. only
903-363-5415


470 General

COOK & DINING
SERVICES AIDE F/T
For Nursing Home
Avante at Leesburg is
seeking an aide to pro-
vide assistance in all
dietary functions.

A cook to prepare food
and ensure that quality
food service is pro-
vided at all times.
Requirements:
*Completion of high
school or GED
equivalency
*Show ability to read,
write and follow oral
and written directions
*Must speak and
understand English
*Positive attitude
toward the elderly
*Cook must be able to
follow standardized
recipes & must have
previous experience
in a Long Term Care
setting or Institution
To apply, please call:
352-787-3545 or fax:
352-787-6361
vcacciatore@
avantegroup.com





500
Pets/Animals



501 Pets
For Sale
BOSTON TERRIER pup-
pies 8 wks old $350
each Please Call
352-408-4044
BOXER PUPPIES AKC
Ready 9/3, 4 fe-
males & 2 males.
$500. 636-0085
CAT female 2 yrs old,
spayed, w/shots, in-
door. Free to a good
home. 348-2135
CAT female 4 yrs old in-
door, fixed FREE TO
GOOD HOME Call
352-455-0215
CATS 2 female, 1.5 yr
old, stay together. In-
terviewing Now.
Free! 352-357-7001
CHIHUAHUAS, Regis-
tered w/pedigree &
health certificates 3
males & 1 female.
Asking $300. Call
352-308-7049
DACHSHUNDS pups
AKC blk & tan 1 girl
$400, 4 boys $350
each, paper trained,
health certificates,
parents on property.
Cash only. Please
call 352-793-1746
KITTENS 8 wks. old,
hand raised & fed.
Free to a good home.
352-396-1034
KITTENS males & fe-
males potty trained
all inside. FREE!
352-874-2610
KITTENS mix breed, un-
usual colors, kid
friendly, loving. Free.
352-551-8760
KITTENS ~rpe~Ed (2
wks Sld, shts &do

GONE!
PEKINGESE (2) puppies
12 wks old (2) adult
females 1 yr. old & 1
Yorkie Male mix.
$100-$200. Cash
352-625-3470
PIT BULL female, loving
good w/kids. Free to
good home. Call
352-459-6490
POODLES & PEEK A
POOS, AKC. Toy &
Teacups, 1 adult
poodle avail. Family
raised. $650 & up.
352-307-4444
YORKIE 9 mo. old,
spayed, micro-chip,
shots, toys, carrier &
bed. $500. Cash.
352-728-5514

520 Livestock
POT BELLY PIGS (3)
FREE TO GOOD
HOME. Please call
352-483-0968


560 Pet
Supplies
AQUARIUM 35 gallon
hex., dry/bottom
band resealed. $20.
352-787-9467

AQUARIUM/ TERRARIUM
show tank 55 gallon
w/light, excel, cond.
$50.352-430-0222

CAGE (for birds or sm.
pets) 30.5"L x 18"W
x 18"H., white. $50.
352-748-9611

DOG CRATE
36"Lx21"Wx27"H
Excellent cond. $35.


Call 352-735-1591

FISH TANK 55 gallon
w/fish. Asking $100.
352-504-1646
FISH TANK 55 gallon
w/stand, filter, rocks,
plants, etc. $100
obo. 352-330-1832

PET CARRIER AKC air-
line approved, used
once, Ig. size. $35.
352-589-1078

PET KENNEL Lg., al-
most new, Petmate.
$45. 352-357-2771


_____________________I ---


600
Merchandise
Mart



601 Antiques
TABLE dark oak, Barley
twist legs, 33x22x26
$100 obo Please call
352-250-8756
TABLE w/4 chair
wrought iron, frosted
glass top. Asking
$100.874-6237
TRASH TO TREASURE
SALE! Sept. 4th.
Vendors space avail.
Call 352-343-3955
Tavares Antique Mall

802
Arts/Crafts
ARTS & CRAFTS
ITEMS assorted kinds.
$5. 352-483-1228

603 Collectibles
BRITISH COLLECTIBLES
royal pins, books, &
plates All $30.
407-221-5962
COORS SIGN elec.
w/clock, 13"x20".
$25. Please call
352-330-4484
DISHES Blue Willow &
misc pieces $100
obo Please call
352-787-6855
KNIVES (3) Easy Rider,
Ford 1940 Half Ton
& Harley Davidson
Soft Tail w/eagle. All
stainless steel $90
for the set.
352-323-1988.
PLATES, (8) Star Trek,
Hamilton, gold
plated. $80 obo.
352-455-3342
POCKET WATCH.
Mickey Mouse, mint
in box. (Modern).
$30. Call 874-5418
STAR WARS FIGURES
12" (8). Asking $80
obo. Please call
352-455-3342
STATE QUARTERS, 50
all in book "AU".
$25. Call after 9 am.
352-259-5629
STEP END TABLES ma-
hogany very heavy,
1940's. Asking $85.
352-483-1772
TOYS McDonald's in
display case & ad-
vertisements. $30
obo. 352-748-5366
TRAINS Williams elec.
'54-'79. $425. Call
352-383-4557 or
352-459-5772

Rf4 FIlpnitule


All Brand New
2 pc. Sofa / Love Seat
Micro fiber or Leather.
$595. Can Deliver!
352-638-6942
ALL NEW Queen-size
Orthopedic Pillow
Top mattress w/box
springs only $375,
w/warranty. Can de-
liver. 352-552-0525
Appliances With
Warranties $75 & up!
Used Beds all sizes!
*Buy Sell Trade
Fast delivery
call BUZZy'S
352-315-9886
www.buzzysbeds.com
BED All new
Ortho Pillowtop
Mattress & boxsprings.
Queen-size
with warranty
Starting at $180
Can deliver
352-243-1021





BED All new
Ortho King-size
Pillow Top mattress &
box springs
with warranty
Starting at
$295. Can deliver
352-243-1021




BED king, good shape.
$99. Please call
352-321-0752
BED Sealy king mat-
tress, box spring,
frame, excel cond.
$115. 602-8412
BED Ti wdeed4 fr ,
box Spring & mat
4r8cs-8zeel.@&nP-
$44. SOLD
BED twin, Craftmatic,
elec., excel, cond.
$100.352-315-0451
BED, queen, mattress &
box spring, very good
cond. $80 obo.
352-459-6667

BEDROOM SET com-
plete, w/full mattress,
good cond. $125.
352-728-5223

BEDROOM SET queen
cherry, very good
cond. $400. Please
call 352-728-5223

BOOKCASES (2) like
new, 45"x29"x15",
adjustable shelves.
$70. 352-787-2774


B11


604 Furniture
BOOKCASES (2) real
wood 5'x5' $100 for
both Please call
352-504-8827
BOX SPRING queen,
like new cond. $89.
352-259-3473 The
Villages
CABINET 2 double
doors, 3 drawers,
very good cond. $65.
352-874-1829
CHAIR mcass -n ro4e
Sh.....axy du,,
,we-$4 Q. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
CHAIRS 2 wood ones.
Asking $24. Please
call 352-787-4579
CHAIRS Kitchen '50
chrome 4/with pad-
ded seats. $100. Call
352-504-6406
CHEST long 3 drawer,
1.5 yrs old. $50.
352-205-5279
CHINA CABINET 2/pc.
w/light, great cond.
$100. Please call
352-308-6501
CHINA HUTCH
black, 6.5'x4', glass
door. Asking $98.
Call 352-942-0048
COFFEE & END TABLES,
beveled glass &
chrome, 6 mos old.
$75. 352-435-0888
COMPUTER DESK light
oak, L shape, lots of
storage space. $75.
352-742-5074
COUCH & LOVE SEAT,
s eid .ay. ASking
$10.-Please call
SOLD!
COUCH French Provin-
cial, cream w/floral
rose, good cond.
$75. 352-217-7219
DESK off white wood
tone laminated, 3 top
drawers & 2 lowers.
$100. 259-3170
DINING ROOM TABLE
46" round w/leaf & 4
chairs, padded. $90.
352-742-7993
DINING ROOM TABLE
Drexel Heritage Ma-
hogany, 3 leafs. $75.
352-602-4080
DINING ROOM TABLE
round solid wood
(Oak). $45. Call
352-602-4080
DINING TABLE fw
glass 12" '/1 wicker
& mOtal chairs $60.
SOLD
DINING TABLE w/leaf &
4 chairs. $50. Call
352-323-0070
DRESSER 72", 6/draw-
ers off white in great
cond. Asking $100.
352-383-0970
DRESSER French Pro-
vincial blonde excel.
cond. $70. Call
352-729-2354
DRESSER w44 .ae.F,
light wssd,-cxccl
Seen.$149w.Ca
SOLD
DRESSER w/mirror, kids
entertainment center
media stand. $100.
309-368-5400
END TABLE Oak
w/magazine rack
20Hx21Dx14W $30
Call 352-561-1812
END TABLES 3 white,
iron, rectangle, 3
sizes, flower tile top.
$50. 352-735-6672
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER 3 pc., 102"Wx
78"H, 34" each pc.
$220. Please call
352-383-4557 or
352-459-5772
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER 30"Wx7'H,
shelves & drawers.
$40. 352-323-0070
ENTERTAINMENT Cen-
ter, oak finish, 48 in
wide. $30 Andy
352-787-2250
FLOOR LAMP. White all
weather, new. Twin
bulb. $60. Call
352-735-5370
FUTON extra thick mat-
tress, tan w/blk
frame $80. Call
352-857-0284
FUTON, wood frame,
arms lift for storage.
Nice cond. $100.
352-360-3027
GLIDER alum., from
1950's. Asking
$100. Please call
352-735-1570
HEADBOARD king size
white wicker, new
$300 sell for $55
obo. 352-217-5104
HIDE-A-WAY BED
Queen beige w/blue
& gold flowers
$100. 751-6252
HUTCH Oak w/27" TV
incl. new $600 ask-
ing $100 obo Call
352-250-8756
KITCHEN TABLE w/4


chairs good cond.
Asking $75 obo.
352-323-1297
LAMP, off white ceramic
w/pleated shade. Ex-
cel cond. $15.
352-385-1830
LAMPS 2 green, 1 beige
& 1 blk & white
w/shades. $50/obo.
352-787-5477
MATTRESS queen size,
firm, like new. $98.
352-259-3473 The
Villages
ROCKING CHAIRS 3
vintage. $100 for all.
352-735-1570


604 Furniture
MATTRESS SET double
pillow top, like new.
$100/obo. Please
call 352-753-7541
MATTRESS SET queen,
new in package, Or-
tho Pillow Top. $280.
352-425-8851
MIRROR 29"w X 48"h,
arched top, Solid-
Fruitwood frame.
$55. 352-821-4311
NEERLEE NEW
FURNISHINGS
Gently Used Home
Furnishings
Showroom
3320 US Hwy.
441/27, Fruitland Park
(old Phillips Dealership)
352-315-1000
neerleenewfurnishings.
com
NIGHTSTAND 2/draw-
ers, off white. Asking
$35. Please call
352-383-0970
NOT 2 SHABBY
CONSIGNMENTS
Now accepting upscale
furn. consignments.
Downtown Leesburg
201 W Main St.
352-460-4806
ROCKING CHAIRS out-
side white $70. for
pair. Please call
352-324-2173
ROLL-AWAY BED
good mattress $40.
Call 352-205-3885
SECTIONAL SOFA fair
cond. $250 obo
Call 352-321-5538


NLw uueen unerry,
ONLY $695. Many
more sets to choose
from! Can Deliver! Call
352-638-6942
SOFA & LOVE SEAT
excel, cond. $800.
352-728-5223
SOFA BED full, wash-
able slip cover, new
foam cushion. $100.
352-589-1723
SOFA TABLE, 46 L
dark color new cond.
$35. 352-383-2302
SOFA W/2 RECLINERS
on ends w/fold down
table in middle & pull
out drawer. Light
royal blue excel.
cond. $500. Cash.
352-625-3470
STUDENT DESK excel-
lent condition. Asking
$55. Please call
352-246-9948
TABLE LAMP. Tiffany
designer. Stained
glass. $50 Excel.
Cond. Call 735-5370
TABLE vintage glass
top, 4 chairs ready
to reupholster. $85.
352-455-8755
TABLE w/4 chairs ex-
cel cond med. color
$95. 729-2354
TABLE, cocktail.
w/matching end ta-
bles. Marble & iron.
$500. Like New! Call
352-751-1110
TELEVISION STAND
;"glass slholvo 63
L o 3" W x 20" H.
$59 SOLD!
TELEVISION STANDS,
(3), 1950's. Asking
$60. Please call
352-383-2644




SECTIONAL SOFA
Brand New!
Micro Fiber & Leather
w/ottoman. $595
Can deliver!
352-638-6942
TRUNDLE BED twin size
w/mattress & box
spring $375. Call
352-267-3253

605 Appliances
AIR CONDITIONER 46

SOLD! CLASSIFIED
WORK!
AIR CONDITIONER GE
5000 BTU. $75.
352-348-5843
APPLIANCE
CLEARANCE CENTER
SAVE 30- 50%
OFF RETAIL
OVERSTOCK &
DISPLAY MODELS
GE, PROFILE,
MONOGRAM, BOSCH,
THERMADOR
BAILEY INDUSTRIES
619 N. Dixie Avenue
Fruitland Pk. FL 34741
STORE HOURS
THURS/FRI 9am 4pm
SAT 9am 2pm
APPLIANCE REPAIRS &
SALES from $60-
$70, 30 day war-
ranty. Call 504-1597
or 352-315-9010
CITRUS JUICER Black &
Decker almost new
$15 Please call
352-753-3974
DEHUMIDIFIER Whi4lpeo

gg- 9"9$. SOLD!
1ST DAY!
REFRIGERATOR Whirl-
pool, white, 25 cu.in.
side by side, water &
ice filter. $250. Call
352-742-9403
DISHWASHER 24"
KitchenAid, good
cond. Asking $65.
352-343-5718
DRYER Kenmore good
cond. $99. Call
321-276-0930


605 Appliances
DISCOUNT
APPLIANCE REPAIR
Fix Most For Less Than
$99




Washer, Dryer,
Refrigerator
"On Time & On The
Money"
Days, Evenings &
Weekends
Call Now
352-874-1238
DISHWASHER, GE,
white, 1 1/2 yr. old.
Asking $300. Call
352-328-4733
DRYER elec. used, old,
runs good & dries
clothes. $40. Mt.
Dora 352-617-3183
DRYER used, electric.
$100. Please call
352-217-1162
FREEZER Kenmore up-
right 15cu.ft. works
great. Asking $70.
352-602-8412
GRILL HEALTH AROMA
14" elec. almost new
$20. Please call
352-753-3974
MICROWAVE Magic
Chef carousel & rack
1380 watts. $20.
Call 352-314-2981
MICROWAVE Sharp,
white, 800 watt,
brand new. $50.
352-753-8361
MICROWAVE, GE, white.
1 1/2 yr. old. Asking
$200. Please call
352-238-4733
MICROWAVE. Samsung,
black w/turntable.
Med. size. $40
352-406-1595
RANGE GE, self cleaning
white, flat top, 1 1/2
yr. old. Asking $300.
352-238-4733
REFRIGERATOR 2.8 cuft
dorm size, w/small
freezer, works. $40.
352-357-0120
REFRIGERATOR DOLLY
strap, geed tir.
$50. Please:call
SOLD!
REFRIGERATOR Haier
3.9cu.ft., w/sm
freezer, like new.
$45.352-602-8412
REFRIGERATOR I;e-
mffrc vwrks f grat
$ -IRM SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
REFRIGERATOR Kitchen
Aid, good cond.
$100. Please call
352-429-2742
REFRIGERATOR, GE,
side by side, white, 1
1/2 yr. old. $400.
352-238-4733
STOVE apt. size kitchen,
gas, clean works
good. $85. Please
call 352-205-3887
STOVE GE elec glass
top, self cleaning Al
shape $140. Call
352-399-2142
STOVE TOP glass, 4
burners, elec..
works. $30. Please
call 352-978-1664
TOASTER/OVEN
countcr top w/rstis
see-e--9. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
WASHER & DRYER
matching off white,
works great. $199
obo. 352-321-0752
WASHER -nt @A-A wrk
& DRYER,-wsrv s
088d. $V30 .... i
SOLD!
WASHER Kenmore,
good cond.$99.
321-276-0930

606 Electronics
CELL PHONE Black Jack
II, Pink AT&T w/ac-
cessories. $75. Call
352-324-2559
CONVERTER BOXES {2
brandl-ncw.-$25
SOLD!
NINETINDO DS LITE (8)
with charger. Asking
$70. Please call
352-455-7557
PLAYSTATION II (27)
and all hook-ups.
Asking $100. Call
352-455-7557
SPEAKERS 4 Jensen
model STV880 &
Boston Acoustic.
$100.551-9396
TELEVISION 12 Volt DC
or 110 AC, ideal for
a RV or Van. $30. Af-
ter 9am. 259-5629
TELEVISION 19" color
w/remote $80. obo
Please call
352-589-6626
TELEVISION 19" RCA,
color w/stand. Draw-
ers at bottom Both
$30 Call 874-1862


TELEVISION 27" Sony
w/remote & swivel
stand, 4 yrs. old.
$75. 352-326-8810

TELEVISION 42" RCA
needs minor repairs
$100 obo Call
352-321-5538

TELEVISION 46" RCA
needs minor repairs
$100 obo Call
352-321-5538

TELEVISION 52", RCA
Runs great. $200
Cash Firm. Call
352-625-3470












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Friday, August 20, 2010


808 Electronics
TELEVISION Dynex (Best
Buy) 19", flat panel,
LCD, new cond. $90.
352-435-0823
TELEVISION Emerson
19" w/remote &
manual. $40. Please
call 352-753-7541
TELEVISION Magnavox,
19", flat panel, LCD
w/DVD, new cond.
$100. 435-0823
TELEVISION Philco 27"
colored. Asking $45.
Please call
325-343-5773
TYPEWRITER Sears new
in case Model
268.53501 $50. Call
352-569-4696
VHS TAPES (35) variety
includes some Disney
w/cases. $20. Call
407-221-5962
VIDEO GAME CHAIR
wireless w/accesso-
ries, PYRAMAT. $40.
352-504-1309

824 Children's
items
BOUNCE & SPIN ZEBRA
ride toy. Like new.
Asking $20. all
352-357-3996
GIRLS CLOTHES size
10-12, shoes 3-5 &
toys. $100/obo. Call
352-750-1196
GIRLS CLOTHING size
med. $85. for all obo
Please call
352-753-2819
HIGHCHAIR, restaurant
style, dark wood,
w/clean dinner cover.
$35. 352-751-6196
PLAY PEN Graco & Bas-
sinet, like new. $60
for both. Please call
352-787-5376
RIDING TOYS "Bounce &
Spin Zebra" & "Musi-
cal Sit & Spin". $25.
352-751-6196
SWING Graco, 6 speed,
music, timer, never
used. $55. Call
352-483-1498
TRAVEL SYSTEM Cosco,
blue/white, w/base,
great cond. $75 Call
Kylah 407-883-1692
WALKER, car seat, bal-
ance seat, jumper,
bath tub. For a Girl.
$75. 352-308-6623

825 Building
Supplies/
Materials
AIR CONDITIONING
OUTSIDE UNIT 2 1/2
ton $450 obo Call
352-321-5538
CABINET/DRAWER HAN-
DLES (39), Amerock
blk. nickel. $45.
352-223-3678
CERAMIC TILES 10
boxes wall, white,
4.25x4.25, 15sf/box.
$69. 942-0048
GARAGE DOORS (2) 44W
W x 71' UH andard,
Sodo. A,8,iH $505
SOLD!
HAND RAILS (2) poplar
16' unfinished $50.
Call 937-726-6235
HOUSE PAINT, 5 gal-
lons, high quality, la-
tex, different colors.
$15. 352-735-3168
LANDSCAPE TIMBERS
(14 ) g', w... A, ;king
$35 All. Pla.. callI
SOLD
SINKS (3) 19" br. round
drop ins, white,
w/faucets & drains.
$99. 352-750-2842
SLIDING DOORS (2) mir-
rored, for closet, 24"
x 80". Asking $25.
352-343-8913
TOILET American Stan-
dard, bisque. Asking
$30. Please call
352-787-3162,
TOILET, white, standard
size, clean, works.
$35. Please call
Dave 352-255-7623
VENT FAN over the
stove, white, good
cond. $30 obo Call
352-323-8079
WINDOWS (
50 1/3" .lid.r, & (1)
53")(30" RE Call
GAVE AWAY!

630 Garage Sales
CLERMONT BIG, FRI &
SAT 8-2pm, 16003
Horizon Court, from
hwy 50 turn right on
Hartle Rd then right
to Johns Lake Estate
TRASH TO TREASURE
SALE! Sept. 4th.
Vendors space avail.
Call 352-343-3955
Tavares Antique Mall
635 Garden


BLOWER gas, works
great. $50. Call
352-205-3887
CANNALILILES in 3
gallon can. Only $5.
Call 352-728-4913
CHIPPER/SHREDDER
MTD Tecumseh eng.
3.5hp. Asking $75.
352-324-2661
CUSTOM NAUTICAL SO-
LAR LIGHTS hand
made. $25. Kevin
352-589-1373
EDGER hand held, gas,
works great. $55.
352-205-3887
LAWN MOWER 4.5 hp,
self propelled. $95.
352-348-5843


035 Garden
EDGER MTD Briggs
Stratton 2hp, runs
good. Asking $50.
352-750-5990
GARDENERS CART
SUNCREST good
shape $25 Call after
5 pm 352-323-0981
LAWN MOWER 4.5 hp,
self propelled. $95.
352-348-5843
LAWN MOWER BeleRe-
6' ;9" uIt, bag
grS, xosel nd.
$357. Please all
SOLD 1ST CALL!!
LAWN MOWER Mur-
ray, 22" cut, push.
$60.352-742-0789
LAWN MOWER self pro-
pelled gas, 22",
works great. $75.
352-217-4809
LAWN MOWER,.-lf-
psllesd, gaso ngin

SOLD!
LAWN TRACTOR Crafts-
man, 42" cut, 18hp,
auto. Excel. cond.
$690. 787-6855
LAWN TRACTOR John
Deere 12.5hp. 38"
cut only $500.
352-728-4913
MOWER Push 21"
Murray $50. Call
352-748-2883
PATIO CHAIR Resin
Adirondack. $5.
352-455-2644
PUSH MOWER used
once, 20", 4 wheel
w/bag. $75. Please
call 352-357-7001
PUSH MOWER. 22 in.
gas engine large
wheels $50.
352-205-3887
RAIN BARREL $39.95.
Please call
352-394-7788
RIDING MOWER 28"
Snapper elec. start
$575 obo call
352-552-0114
RIDING MOWER F
Ds.r. 33" ,ut r6ady

SOLD!
SAGO PALM $5.
Please call
352-753-2012
TREES! SAVE 70% +
GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS SALE!
*3 Gal. 6' +/- Oaks
Etc. $3-$5
*15 Gal. 8'-10' $19
*30 Gal. 10'-12' $49
*Pindo & Sago Palms
CHEAP! 455-5164
OR 352-669-1618
TREES, 7 Golden Rain
& lots ferns. U dig $10
all. 352-324-3025
WEED EATER elec., like
new used once. Ask-
ing $32.50. Please
Call 352-787-4579
WEED WACKER string
trimmer gas, runs
great $40. Please
call 352-205-3887
WEEDEATER like new.
$35/obo. Please call
352-504-2327

840 Guns
BULLETS 270 Winches-
ter ammo. 130 grain
nosier $15. Tavares,
864-963-0331
GERMAN P 38, holster,
2 clips. $900 Estate.
352-255-3743
GERMAN/NAZI P-38,
holster, 2 mags,
9mm, cond. 95/100.
$1,500. Bring back
papers. 751-0090
GLOCK model 27, 40
caliber, excel, cond.
2 clips, cleaning rod,
lock, org. box, Laser
Max sight w/box, 2
holsters, some am-
munition. $550 All.
Call 352-748-4272
HAND GUN -aR-d -ew
in ths box 15 ACP
O .mi auto. $350.
SOLD
HARRISON & RICHARD-
SON Sp..Ro.. d"

$3-SOLD!
IVER JOHNSON 38 cali-
ber revolver ham-
merless $200 Call
352-408-8784
RUGER single 6 con-
vertible, 22 caliber,
1971 new in box.
$450. 751-0090
CENTENNIAL Deluxe
22 revolver $200.
Call 352-408-8784
SHOTGUN 12 gauge
single shot Ted Wil-
liams good cond
$100 406-1595
SMITH & WESSON 45
caliber revolver
$500. Please call
352-408-8784
SPRINGFIELD 50-70
Trap Door, Museum
Quality. $900. Es-
tate. 352-255-3743
WINCHESTER 1873-38-


40 Indian Trade Gun.
$950. Estate.
352-255-3743

849 Medical
BED SIDE COMMODE/
SHOWER CHAIR ike
New Q 9 SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!

DIABETIC SHOES men's
10 1/2 med. blk.,
Velcro straps. New.
$75.352-753-1834

HANDICAP RAMP dura-
ble 4' suitcase style,
excel, cond. $100.
352-409-0400


849 Medical
SCOOTER/POWERCHAIR
CARRIERS, New and
Used, attach to hitch,
starting at $250 with
warranty, installation
avail. 352-217-3437
WALKER Good shape.
$50.obo Please call
352-365-2252
WALKING CANE alum.
Asking $10. Please
call 352-365-2252
WHEELCHAIR w/leg
rests. Good shape.
$75. 978-6346 and
343-6608

850 Computers
& Equip
GAMING MOUSE Lo-
gitech G500, new in
box. $50. Please call
352-259-9641
LAPTOP Dell Latitude
C810 15", 1.13Ghz,
20 Gig, XP Pro. $100
352-233-7058
PRINTER All-In-One Hp
Model F4140. Asking
$30. Please call
352-314-9537
PRINTER HP Photo
Smart C6300 all in
one series, wireless.
$75.352-787-5764

851 Articles
Wanted
AVIATION, Military & Na-
val Memorabilia.
Medals, books,
badges, letters, uni-
forms etc 669-7679
BICYCLE 3 wheel dam-
aged, used or needs
repair. 978-6346 or
352-343-6608

852 Articles
For Sale
ARMY KEVLAR HELMET,
Vietnam era good
cond. Asking $75.
352-551-8798
AVON BOTTLES (25)
men's aftershave de-
canters. $83. Call
352-314-3292
BOOKS 100 + paper &
hardback most ro-
mance, good cond.
$25 all. 357-0766
BOOKS 8 hard back
LIFE TIME "The Old
West", nice. $30.
352-742-7754
BOOKS gardening, 3
boxes. $30. Call
352-315-4234
BOWLING BALL 16 Ibs
& BAG.$30.
Call 352-978-7461
BURGLAR ALARM All at-
tachments, new in
box. Asking $95.
352-793-5741
CANISTER SET (3)
Phaltzgraff, Desert
Rose. Asking $55.
352-483-1772
CARPET SHAMPOOER
Dirt Devil, like new,
w/manual. $50.
352-315-1874
CHAIN 20' 5/16" &
binder $30. Call
352-314-2981
CHANDELIER w/6 lights,
gold & matching
double wall light.
$45/obo. 357-8549
CLOCK LIGHT Michelob
& vintage Budweiser.
Asking $100. Call
352-551-8798
CLOTHES, Boys size 10,
7 pair of name brand
jeans, excel. cond.
$25. 352-874-6959
CLOTHES, Boys size 12,
5 pair of name brand
jeans, (3 new). $25.
352-874-6959
COMFORTER SET king
w/sheets. $25. Ox-
ford area. Please call
352-267-8056
COMFORTER SET king,
w/matching linens,
aqua, like new. $75.
352-742-4909
COMFORTER SET queen
w/sheets. $20. Ox-
ford area. Please call
352-267-8056
COMFORTER SET, King
maroon. Like new
just out of the box.
$100. 589-7117
COMFORTER SETS (2)
Twin w/ sheets White
w/pastel colors $70
takes both 259-3170
COOKBOOKS (50) Hard-
cover. Asking $90.
Please call
352-748-3580
DOLLS () -oe M,4,4e

babies. $10 for both.
SOLD
DOLL'S from '50's &
'60's, all kinds. $100
for all. Please call
352-483-1228

DRESS FORM plueize
n:vor ussd. $75 Call
er- msasursmsnts.


SOLD

ENCYCLOPEDIA SET
World Book, 21 vol-
umes. Excel. cond.
$50. Call 357-1363

FIREWOOD some hard-
wood & some mixed
$35 Please call
352-343-9344
GEL BATTERIES (2) U-,
fits power chairs or
lawn mowers. CASH!
$100. 365-1437

GRANDFATHER CLOCK
Galleria like new
cond. $300 obo Call
352-408-8784


852 Articles
For Sale
GRILL Lean Mean Fat
Machine, New. $50.
352-383-4557 or
352-383-4557
GRILL Readi-To-Go, as
seen on TV. Asking
$38. Please call
352-742-2856
HAIR STRAIGHTENER
Ion, org. $100, great
cond. Asking $40.
352-267-2088
JACKET ladies med.
3/4" purple suede.
$30. Please call
352-259-3522
LADIES CLOTHES, 2 Ig
boxes. Size Ig., X-lg.
& 18. Asking $100.
352-821-2801
MAGAZINE RACK
wood. Asking $20.
Call 352-430-1090
MOBILE HOME STEPS
metal frame & wood
risers 39"Hx41"W.
$100. 978-7461
PLACE SETTING for 8,
white w/design, por
celain china. $15
obo. 352-409-0299
PORTA-POTTY for Boat-
ing or Camping, used
once. $25. Call
352-434-5395
PUNCH BOWL, cut de-
sign glass bowl, plat-
ter & 12 cups. $40.
352-455-8755
QUILT Wedding Ring
queen hand sewn &
quilted. Asking $100.
352-787-4686
RECORDS vintage 33's
from 1920's-1950's
over 60. $50 takes
all. 352-753-8361
RUG Deer Head, moss
green & caramel.
New $55. Call
352-365-1661
RUG SHAMPOOER
Sears. Asking $20.
Call 352-430-1090
RUG w/fruit design.
Good cond. for
kitchen/dining area.
$70. 352-357-9305
SEWING MACHINE
old, portable, mint
cond., case. Asking
$95.352-793-5741
SHEETS king size,
good cond. $20. Call
352-259-3522
SHOE'S Men's new ET
Wright, size 11A,
Crown Wing-Tip slip
on $35. 259-0680
SHOES Name Brands, 2
pairs, New sport &
casual 9-9 1/2. $20.
Otto 352-787-7994
SPRAYER 25 gallon 12
volt. $100. Please call
352-742-8412
STEP LADDER 6' alum.
$30. Firm. Leesburg
352-728-6581
SWING 3 person w/can-
opy converts to bed,
brand new. $75.
352-459-1353
TEA SET Dragonware,
occupied Japan era.
$100. Please call
352-787-5917
TELEVISION EARS used
once. New sell for
$150, asking $75.
352-267-2088
TUXEDO men's black,
coat, pants & shirt.
New. $350. Sell for
$65. 352-217-4809
TUXEDO men's blk.,coat
48-52, pants & shirt.
New $450. Sell $65.
352-217-4809
VACUUMEureka green
good cond. $20.
352-561-1812
VACUUM Sears Ken-
more canister, like
new. Asking $95.
352-787-2774
WALL BRACKET to hold
up to 100lbs LCD TV.
$40 Firm! Leesburg
352-728-6581
WATCH ladies Rolex
replica, vintage, cos-
tume jewelry. $100
all. Cash. 321-6158
WATER CHILLER Elkay,
brand new. $99 obo.
352-217-5104
WEDDING DRESS de-
signer, Beautiful,
w/extras. Paid $500.
$95. 352-343-5249
WEDDING GOWN Paid
$1,200. Asking
$500. Pictures avail.
352-551-9896
WEDDING RING 14 kt
gold, 1/4 ct dia-
mond. $140/obo.
Call 352-504-2327
WOMAN'S SHORT
SHORTS Nike, XL, al-
most new. $10
FIRM! 874-5528
WORK BENCH 3 shelves
19"x48"x36" excel
cond. $35 Please
call 352-250-8756
WORK BENCH 6' Cus-


tom Built Wood,
New. $60. Please
call 352-343-7201
WORK BOOTS (8) men's
incl. steel toe, 10
1/2-11. Excel. cond.
$40 all. 874-1862

855 Musical
Instruments

KEYBOARD electronic &
stand. Casio, new
cond. w/manual $95.
352-267-1997

KEYBOARD w/stand, ex-
cel. cond. battery or
electric operated.
$75. 352-314-3073


055 Musical
Instruments
PIANO console Story &
Clark, looks & plays
great, just tuned
w/bench. $550. Call
407-421-9468 after
10am.
PIANO Old Wurlitzer.
Good Cond. Asking
$100 Call
352-516-7154

880 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
COMPUTER DESK cus-
tom build 60"Lx25"
Wx32"H $100 Call
352-326-9419
COMPUTER DESK, white
washed oak.
20"x36"x56". $70.
Call 352-323-8818
DESK UNIT W/2 lateral
file cabinets like new
$100 obo Please call
352-250-8756
FILE CABINET 2
drawer, metal, beige.
$25.352-735-1769
OFFICE DESK, 2 draw-
ers very good cond..
$45. 352-874-1829
or 352-874-5870.

874 Exercise
Equipment
ELLIPTICAL MACHINE
works, great shape.
$90. Please call
352-250-1913
HOME GYM Weider Pro
4300, almost new, 6
stations. $300/obo.
352-315-0005
STAMINA INVERSION
STRETCH SYSTEM
like new. $75. Call
352-552-7470
TOTAL GYM PRO Chuck
Norris, used 3 times.
$75. Please call
352-552-7470
TREADMILL
Asking $45.
Call 352-343-5773
WEIGHT MACHINE Bio-
Force 2.2, w/instruc-
tion manual, DVD,
excel. cond. New
$999. Asking $500.
obo. 352-330-1832
WEIGHTS steel Interna-
tional (2) 45, 35,
25, 15, 10 & 5 Ibs
$100.418-2982

875 Sports/
Recreation
BICYCLE 3 wheel rebuilt
big seat and basket.
$150. 978-6346
and 343-6608
BICYCLE ladies, new,
standard $75. Call
352-365-1073
BICYCLE
Vintage. Good cond.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-504-6406
BICYCLES () MNe &
bys 230" & 26" nsar
n. $50.6 talW both
SOLD
BIKE RACK for a Van,
able to open back
door, 2" hitch. $100.
352-324-2122
GOLF BALLS used, good
cond. Asking $5 for
30 balls. Please call
352-223-1498
GOLF CLUBS, 3 iron
thru SW, driver, 3
wood, putter. $75
352-245-0716
POOL PUMP MOTHER &
FILTER KIT New! for
above ground pool.
$70.352-418-2982
POOL PUMP MOTOR &
SAND FILTER. $100.
352-978-1664
POP-UP Jacobson '87,
16', a/c, heat &
stove. $800/obo.
352-874-4535

875 Storage
Units
STORAGE SHED 12'x16'
excel cond. paid
$3,600 sell $2,000
FIRM cash. Like
new. 352-625-3470

685 Tools/
Machinery
AIR COMPRESSOR 40
gallons elec. $85
Call 352-748-2883
AIR COMPRESSOR, -

~ee SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
DISC SANDER Skill 7",
850. $45. Please call
352-383-4557 or
352-459-5772
DRILL Milwaukee half in.
heavy duty. $35.
352-383-4557 or
352-459-5772
GENERATOR Craftsman
5600 watt, w/dis-
connect switch, ex-
cel. cond. $500.
352-742-4909


MITER SAW 10" De-
Walt, excel. cond.
Asking $65. Please
call 352-793-9022

MITER SAW 10" Ryobi,
good cond. $55.
352-793-9022 or
352-216-4973

MITER SAW Black &
Decker works great
only $40. Call
352-552-4098

PRESSURE WASHER
1500 PSI, i. PM,
Sxol. 8nd. $15.
SOLD!


885 Tools/
Machinery
TABLE SAW 10" Crafts-
man, contractor
stand alone model.
$250. Please call
352-742-4909
TABLE SAW Craftsman
10" w/fence, miter &
stand. $75. Please
call 352-793-4747
TABLE SAW Delta 10"
tilt arbor extensions
& stand near new
$70 352-326-5247
TABLE SAW Delta,
good cond. $100. Call
352-787-4226
TILE TABLE SAW, like
new in box. Asking
$100. Please call
352-408-8784
WOOD WORKING
TOOLS complete set,
w/cabinets, benches
& misc. $2,000.
352-742-9502
WORK BENCH 7' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $70. Please
call 352-343-7201




800
Real Estate
For Rent



805 Houses
Furnished
CLERMONT 3BR/2BA
Lake Minnehaha
view 6 months
lease, all appl... and
lawn care incl.
$2000/mo + util. all
30 minutes to Dis-
ney, not pets, no
smoking Call
352-242-1324 or
352-978-3790 or
352-432-2053
CLERMONT 3BR/2BA
Lake Minnehaha
view $1300/mo +
util. all appl. & lawn
care incl. 1 yr. lease,
not pets, no smoking
Call 352-242-1324
or 352-978-3790 or
352-432-2053
MT DORA 2/2/1 quiet
area, pool, CHA.
$950/mo. + 1st &
last + 350 dep. Sm.
Pet OK. Call
352-383-2333
MT. DORA 1/1 cottage,
furn. private & quiet.
$500/mo. 1st & last
+ $250 dep. Call
352-383-2333

808 Houses
Unfurnished
CLERMONT 3BR/2BA
Lake Minnehaha
view $1300/mo +
util. all appl. & lawn
care incl. 1 yr. lease,
not pets, no smoking
call 352-242-1324
or 352-978-3790 or
352-432-2053
EUSTIS Lake front
3/1.5 + in-law apt.
$1,200/mo + secu-
rity, Available 9/1/10
Call 352-357-4827
EUSTIS 2/1 fenced,
family, laundry, car-
port sm. pet ok
$650/mo 409-5949
EUSTIS 4/3 w/3 car ga-
rage $1,200/mo +
1st mo security. dep
incl lawn care. Call
352-613-4174
FRUITLAND PARK 3/2/1
Duplex, nearly new,
Lawn care included.
Appl. $775.
352-874-5966
GROVELAND 3/2.5/2
car garage. All new.
$900 per month.
352-551-4890
HOWEY IN THE HILLS
In country on ranch.
$900/mo. Ideal for
older couple. Call
407-754-6633
LADY LAKE Lakefront
2/2 Gated entry, pri-
vate lake on 9 acres.
Newly remodeled, tile
flooring & W/D
hookup. $950/$300
incl. water & trash.
Call 352-267-1514
LADY LAKE. large 2/2
w/storage space very
private & quiet $700
mo. 40077 Myrtle
Ln. 32159. Call
305-970-5379
EESBURG 2,3 & 4 br
month to month
Call 352-638-7576
LEESBURG brick ranch
duplex home 1 acre
fenced yard. 2 kitch-
ens, 2 baths, possi-
ble 5 bedrooms. 2
scrn porches & 2
separate driveways &
RV pad $1,300/mo
+ utilities. Please call
917-658-8034

LEESBURG 2/1 1812


High St. CHA fenced
yard, Ig. scrn porch
$625/mo. + dep. MT
DORA Lg. 2/2/1.
CHA, $775/mo +
dep. 727-343-7343
or 352-874-4064 or
386-479-6407
LEESBURG 2/1 CHA,
W/D hook-ups.Weekly
rent No deposit. Util.
incl. 352-552-6043

LEESBURG 4/2 + bath,
7.4 ac. 5 min to
Mall, 2,600 sf.
home. 2,000 sf.
shop, RV pad PARA-
DISE!! $1,600/mo
Call 352-455-0814


808 Houses
Unfurnished
LEESBURG Neow L-g
18te, rfat-location,
nHar 6cch@lc & chop
P-,. $1,050/,
Ov.'nr -Financing.
RENTED!
LEESBURG, 1br $400
mo. & 2br $500/mo.
+ $100 deposit.
352-434-9785

Clermont-1 br CUTE
apt. clean, incl. yd &
water $600.00
Clermont 2br large-
lakeview home
$725.00 Quiet!
Clermont 3br PET
FRIENDLY home
$900.00 Fenced
Clermont 4 br home
canal to Chain culde-
sac EXTRAS!!!
$1,150.00 Reduced!
Clermont 4br, 2bath
Large screen lanai -
Jacuzzi $1,200.00
Clermont LAKEFRONT
4 br home. 2,400 sf.
1/2 acre shaded lot,
downtown Clermont,
dead-end street
PRIVATE! $1,375.00

ROCKER REALTY
352-394-3570
www.
RockerRealtylnc.com
TAVARES 3/3 12w' po ..
,n c.aal t. th Dad
Riv.r. DBlu Gill Dr.
$70 m. RENTED!
TAVARES, 3/1.5, W/D,
CHA & Ig. privacy
fenced yard.
$800/mo + $800
dep. 352-638-6425
UMATILLA 3/2 Fisher-
man's Dream dbl. lot
on Lake Nicatoon
newly remodeled. For
Rent or For Sale.
$700/mo. Sale price
$99K. Fred
561-212-8627
WEBSTER, 3/1 Nice &
clean. $600 mo.
813-781-9540 or
352-552-7177

807
Apartments
Unfurnished

EUSTIS 1/1 apt. Tile
flooring. Pest Service.
iniy 13;'5 11n).
Call ERA Tom Grizzard
at (352) 787-0590.

EUSTIS
1 & 2 BR
Green Rated
Energy Efficient
North CR. 19A
352-357-7332

EUSTIS
1 & 2 BR
Water & Sewer
Included
North CR. 19A
352-357-7332
EUSTIS Lg 2nd floor pri-
vate 1/1 w/view, Ig
balcony & scrn porch
$525/mo Please call
352-250-3555

EUSTIS
New 1 & 2 BR.
North CR 19A
Near Publix
352-357-7332

EUSTIS Special $150
Deposit.1/2/3 br Apt.
from $455 Call
352-357-5675

LADY LAKE Arden Place
Apts. New 1br& 2/2,
1-story apts. coming
the end of 2010.
Lots of features,
green rated, energy
efficient, only $595
& $795/mo. For de-
tails please call
877-781-6995

LEESBURG 2 & 3 br
apts. & duplexes.
Rents from $550.
FREE Month! Call
352-350-7109

LEESBURG 2 & 3 br
apts. & duplexes.
Rents from $550.
FREE Month! Call
352-350-7109

LEESBURG 2/1.5, W/D
$650 + dep. Great
location. Please call
352-787-5885

LEESBURG Downtown
quaint upstairs 1/1
$550 + security, no
pets. 352-787-5885

LEESBURG on Lake Grif-
fin Efficiency, 1 & 2
br. Avail. $165 to
$200/wk; Incl. elec.
352-250-8894

LEESBURG on Lake Grif-
fin Efficiency, 1 & 2
br. Avail. $165 to
$200/wk; Incl. elec.
352-250-8894
LEESBURG STUDIO Nice
& clean. $125/wk.
incl. util. cable TV.


352-303-6266 or
813-781-9540.

LEESBURG, Duplex
VERY CLEAN 2/1 no
pets $525/mo + dep
352-551-6772

MOUNT DORA 1/1 over
garage, util. included
$675/mo. Security
dep. 352-735-5892
I-


807
Apartments
Unfurnished























808
Apartments

Furnished
CLERMONT 2/1 furn.
util. cable, Internet,
all incl. $850. no
lease Quiet neigh-
borhood, screen
porch, covered park-
ing, lake view. no
pets 352-243-1760
TAVARES .tunity $300

onblo & Wli 331
Lnth St.
RENTED
UMATILLA lake front,
Lake Yale, travel
trailer or motor
home, furn., 1/br
$125/wk, 2/br
$150/wk. no secu-
rity, no dep.
352-669-0000
UMATILLA Studio $550.
1 br $575/mo until.
incl. No Pets.
352-250-4711
809 Roommate

Wanted
EUSTIS- Roomate de-
sired: House, forest
pool. $358/mo. Non
smoking. Leave msg
352-357-5284
EUSTIS WANTED
someone to share
2/2 home $100/wk.
+ deposit. For Details.
Call 352-360-8603
SILVER SPRINGS. Must
have job, sober at-
mosphere, any ages,
background check,
$325 mo. + $200
dep.352-625-3470

810 Duplexes
LEESBURG brickranch
duplex home 1 acre
fenced yard. 2 kitch-
ens, 2 baths, possi-
ble 5 bedrooms. 2
scrn porches & 2
separate driveways &
RV Pad $1,300/mo
+ utilities. Please call
917-658-8034

LEESBURG, Duplex
VERY CLEAN 2/1 no
pets $525/mo+ dep
352-551-6772

811 Condos
ITownhouses


LEESBURG 3/2 Royal
Oaks, pool & club
house. $800/mo.
Call 352-348-4982

LEESBURG, 2/2 w/ga-
rage, W/D, &two
courtyards, walk to
downtown & Beacon
College. $700/mo.
352-633-3718
LEESBURG, furn. 2/2
Royal Oaks Estate.
Gated w/pool. Good
credit a must! Spe-
cial offer $550 mo.
352-267-0342
812 Rooms to

Rent
OKAHUMPKA. Room
w/ac& heat. Private
entrance. $350 mo
+ dep. 504-8369

813 Homes
To Share
CLERMONT all utilities
incl. private bath-
room Close to all
hwys $450/mo +
dep non-smoker
352-241-4550
LEESBURG Silver Lake
area. Close to mall.
Full privileges. Must
love animals. $375
+ shared util. Call
352-326-3229

818 Commercial
Property
LEESBURG,
Medical Office spaces
for lease. Ideal loca-
tion, for Urgent Care or
Family Practice, on RT.
27 S. in the center of
retirement communi-
ties. Please call:
352-360-8895


819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
ALTOONA 2/1 $495/mo
+ $400 deposit.
352-636-6800 or
352-735-2071

ALTOONA, Park Model.
$360/mo. + $300
dep. 352-636-6800
or 352-735-2071
GROVELAND. 3/2 near
US 27 & turnpike.
$625 mo, 1st last &
security. 242-2734


819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
FRUITLAND PARK 3/1.5
on its own lot, 1100
sf fenced yard, deck
on back $650. mo
Call 352-406-9759
LADY LAKE 2/2, Ex-
tended living room,
W/D, 1/8 mi to Lake
Griffin boat launch 2
porches 2 carports,
No pets $600 mo. w/
lease + dep.
352-552-6267
MT. DORA & LEES-
BURG Remodeled
homes in age quali-
fied community. 1 &
2 br, pet friendly
w/lots of amenities,
$400 month for sale
or lease all offers
considered. Call Ra-
chel 352-504-2290
TAVARES, Canal front
for rent. 1/1, $750
mo. 55+ AGENT,
Kim Beisley.
352-455-4403




900
Real Estate
For Sale



903 Homes
For Sale
LEESBURG 4br/2ba
NO MONEY DOWN!
Own now. $988 mo.
352-575-1547
TAVARES 3/2 1/4 acre,
built in '05 above
ground pool
$129,000. Please
call 561-401-7313
THE VILLAGES 3/2 rare
opportunity completely
fenced 2.25 acres.
Just block from CR
466 The Villages, sur-
rounded by high price
estates, included an
immaculate 3/2 1800
sf home 20'x40' en-
closed pole barn,
16'x24' cattle barn,
pasture, trees & lots of
extra. Reduced
$219,000 Call
352-516-7808




1000
Manufactured
Homes



1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale
NEW & PRE-OWNED
Lowest Prices Ever!
$5000 Below Cost!
On Existing Models
Call: Baird Homes
352-787-1988
OCALA FOREST Silver
Springs, 32' x 80',
4/2, beautiful inside
$15K down, $850/
mo. owner will hold
mortgage. Call
352-625-3470
OXFORD 2/1 needs
work 3/4 acre lot,
well & septic. NE
10th Terr. $39,000
Call 352-303-2246

1002 Mfd
Homes
W/ land
For Sale





1100
Recreation



1101 Boats
BASS BOAT '04 Tracker
18.5' alum., 60 hp,
4 stroke Eng., low
hrs., excel, cond.
$6,500. Please call
352-314-2785
BASS TRACKER '06
PROTEAM 170 like
new, less than 20
hrs. $7,000 Call
352-551-6510
BOAT STORAGE
Venetian Cove Marina
352-728-9870
DRIFTER 17', 80 hp
Mercury motor.
$1,800. Please call
352-396-5666
FISHING BOAT, '77 fi-
berglass. 15 ft.
w/trolling motor. Re-
cently overhauled. 25
hp, Evinrude. Trailer
incl. $1,500 obo.
352-742-2514


FLOATING DOCK
6'X16' TREATED
WOOD.
ALL GALVANIZED
HARDWARE. $1,695.
KITS ALSO AVAILABLE.
352-343-4108
HURRICANE '92, 24'
Deck Boat w/trailer.
200hp Yamaha. Ex-
cel. cond. $7,750.
Owner getting old.
352-728-0966
HYDRA SPORTS CC 22',
Mercury 250, new
GPS. Great $13,500.
352-551-1259
PONTOON '06P T,;
cany;, liks nsw, 10
hp, Ya ah :tr..
S s. $10,000.
SOLD!


1101 Boats
PONTOON '05 Topic
Avalon, 8 passenger,
50 hp Yamaha 4
stroke, less then 350
hrs., radio, depth
finder, ladder, table,
changing room, eve-
rything you need,
plus '06 Trailer.
$11,850. Please call
352-748-2656
PONTOON 20' Bass
Buggy, 50hp, awning
w/trailer. $3,850.
352-406-2203
SEA RAY 19' w/lots of
extras. $7,000/obo.
Call 352-568-7636
After 4pm.
SUNBIRD 15', w/trail,
motor just over-
hauled, 40hp Evin-
rude motor. $2,800.
Call 352-360-0849
SUNSET BAY '07 19 ft
pontoon. Excel.
shape. $16,000. Call
352-357-1654

1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
FISH DEPTH FINDER
Hummingbird Wide
portable. Asking
$50.352-223-1498
1150 RV&
Campers
CAMPER & d
pltly r wrkd nnn
i & out, air, fridg
& -RF. $1,000.
SOLD!
COACHMAN Sentra 25',
cream puff cond.
Asking $10,000.
352-742-0927
CONSIGNMENTS
WANTED
Boats, RV's, ATV's,
Motor Homes, Jeeps,
Trailers, Tractors, etc.
Big Boys Toys
2316 W. Main St.
Leesburg
352-516-2400
POP-UP CAMPER '07
Coachman, a/c,
stove, fridge, fur-
nace, water tank,
awning, new battery,
sleeps 5-6. Illness
Forces Sell. $4,200
obo. 863-529-8347
POP-UP Jacobson '87,
16', a/c, heat &
stove. $800/obo.
352-874-4535
SHASTA ', TaRdE
aols, a'- furnace
(gas), fridge
(gaso/lsc.)-awning.,
Vy Reis.$1,300
SOLD
SURGE PROTECTOR 30
amp TRC RV. New
$233. Sell $100 obo.
352-569-4237
TRAVEL TRAILER 0
oloopc 6, romodosod,
ngw fridge., build in
micrFewav., 1air
4$,000 .1e. SOLD!
1ST DAY!
TRAVEL TRAILER. 28 ft
5th wheel excl. cond
w/trailer hitch in-
stalled. $3,200 obo
352-638-6793
WILDERNESS '00 38'
long. Set up in a 55+
park. Furn, 2/1,
$5,000. Please call
352-742-0234

1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
ANY JUNK CAR Cash
paid, up to $500.
FREE PICK UP!
Call 352-445-3909
BUICK '96 Regal, 1
owner 37K mi.
$3,200/obo. Call
352-321-1053
CASH PAID
FOR JUNK CARS!
$150 and up.
Call 352-771-6191
CHEVROLET, 97 Malibu
LS, 148K mi, runs
excel. Needs minor
repair. $1,700 obo.
352-255-8598
CHEVY '97 Astro Van
Clean, runs & drives
Beautiful
$3,895 SPECIAL

DODGE '03 Dakota
Crew Cab 4x4
$11,495 SPECIAL

HYUNDAI '05 Santa Fe
Beautiful Red Finish!
$11,495 SPECIAL

FORD '05 Explorer
Sport Track, Leather,
sunroof, heated seats
loaded
$13,695 SPECIAL

DODGE '99 Ram
Conversion Van
Nice Van! Must See!
$3,995 SPECIAL

In House Financing
No Dealer Fees Ever
Low Interest Rates!


Lake Jem Auto &
Marine Sales
352-383-0956
BUY HERE! PAY HERE!
See Our Entire
Inventory on
www.lakejemauto.com
CHEVY '04 Impala LS
Full Power. $7,810
800-313-9787
CHRYSLER PT Cruiser
Convertible, silver
w/blk, top, turbo.
$11,870. Please call
800-313-9787
DODGE '08 Avenger
$11,860
800-313-9787


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


1205 Autos
FORD '06 Mustang
V6. Please call
800-313-9787
FORD '08 Focus SE
$12,810. Please call.
800-313-9787
KIA '06 Optima LX, 47K
mi. Excel. cond. Ask-
ing $6,900. Please
call 352-357-3169
KIA '08 Rio, Great Gas
Mileage. $11,460
800-313-9787
MERCEDES '05 C320.
$16,630 Please call
800-313-9787
MUSTANG '00 GT, 65K
mi., very good cond.
$7,000 obo. Call
352-568-7636


1205 Autos
TOYOTA'06 Camry.
$12,220. Please call
800-313-9787
TOYOTA'09 Camry
$13,480. Please call
800-313-9787
1206 Aviation

1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds
SPORTS MINI CYCLE
needs work $100
obo Please call
352-408-8784


Ci Ln


1230 Vans
FORD '96 7 Passenger
extended. good cond
$2,600 Please call
352-589-1604
GMC '95 cargo van, ex-
tra clean, great on
gas. Asking $1,350.
352-728-4244

1240 Trucks
Light Duty
CHEVROLET S10 '97
extended cab A/C,
excel cond. $3,500
Call 352-383-8075
FORD '90 E350 box van
14' overhead door,
V8, auto over drive,
great cond. $2,850
Call 352-205-3887


1240 Trucks
Light Duty
NISSAN '07 Frontier
crew cab. $15,780.
800-313-9787
1247 Trailers
BOX TRAILER enclosed
excel shape.
6'x10'x4'. $450
CASH FIRM. Call
352-625-3470
MINI UTILITY TRAILER
w/toolbox '09 like
new $350. Call
352-406-1595
TRAILER 6x12, 2"
square tubing w/gate
3 pc. weed eater
rack & 2 pc. blower
rack. $1,000. obo.
Call 386-562-3137


1247 Trailers



New Encl. Cargo
Trailer, V-Nose, Ramp
Door Side Door, 6x10.
$1,975
352-527-0555
NEW Triple Crown Utilty
Trailer 5x8. $790.
Golf To Lake Trailers
352-527-0555
UTILITY TRAILER 16x8
dual axle. $900.
Firm. Please call
352-638-2451
UTILITY TRAILER-4
Od tiro, light,
dcsk & rails $235.
SOLD!


1247 Trailers
UTILITY TRAILER 6'x10'
drop down tailgate,
lights removable cov-
ered frame top
$1,200 Call
352-751-6169
1264 Auto
Parts
Accessory
ALLOY RIMS (FORD) 3/4
ton w/center caps,
excel cond. $50. Call
352-569-1066
BRA for '07 Saturn
Aura $100 obo Call
352-552-0114
BRAKE CONTROLLER
Tekonsha Voyager
9030. Sell $50. Call
Tom 352-728-3725


1264 Auto
Parts
Accessory
CANVAS COVER custom
made snap on for a
Silverado 6' bed.
$50. 352-457-6858
FUEL PUMP MODULE
for '97 Chevrolet
Van. $100/obo. Call
352-750-9363
HITCH for '95 or older
Toyota pickup $50
Call 352-516-8026
HUBCAPS, Cadillac 4
in good shape. $25 all.
352-324-3025
LONG BED for '88 Toy-
ota truck, no rust,
great cond. $100.
Call 352-516-8026


1264 Auto
Parts
Accessory
OVERHEAD STORAGE
RACK for a Jeep
Wrangler, light bar.
$100. 516-8026
RIM Mustang 5 Star
Pony.(2). $100.
352-360-3335
RIMS (4) '06 Suzuki
alum. mags. 15", 4
lug, good shape.
$100. 552-3000
TIRES (4), Bridgestone
Turanza good tread
P235/65/R17. only
$85. 352-246-9948
TOWING BRACKET AS-
SEMBLY for towing
Honda CRV $100.
Call 352-343-7047


1264 Auto
Parts
Accessory
WHEEL & TIRE (1)
2457517, Nissan or
Toyota, 6 lugs, steel.
$35. 352-360-3027
WHEELS (2) 1977 Cor-
vette Rally wheels
15x8. $100. Both.
352-815-0268
1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR '90 rear
seat, side curtains.
18 mo. batteries
$1,200. 589-1479
E-Z-GO '03, rear seat,
new batteries, excel.
cond. $1,650. Call
352-728-2781.


1275 Golf
Carts
SEAT COVER Brand
New, plumb & grey.
Paid $100. Asking
$79. 352-314-2306
WHEELS chrome, New,
mounted w/DOT
tires. $350 for Set.
Call 352-750-4828

YAMAHA '07, remanu-
factured, loaded,
48V showroom new.
$2,850. 459-1353
YAMAHA NEW '10.
Gas, 4/8 yr. warranty.
$4988. If you buy any-
where else We both
lose! 352-793-3948
or 813-477-0050


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PAL REALTY


Enjoy your days at the pool

instead of mowing the lawn


This home features two bedrooms, two baths, a den and a screened lanai.


MORRIS REALTY AND INVESTMENTS


Gorgeous golf course frontage, this
beautiful two bedroom, two bath
home has a den and is located in a
lawn maintained community.
The kitchen includes honey-oak cab-
inets, under-counter lights and a
breakfast nook opening to the dining
room. The greatroom also opens to
the dining room. The master bedroom
has a French door to the lanai, a mas-
ter bath with a large walk-in shower, a
vanity with dual sinks and a large
walk-in closet with linen shelving. The
guest bedroom and bath also has a
large walk-in shower. There's double-


door entry to the den with a built-in
desk. The screened lanai measures
20x10, the laundry room has a built-
in utility sink and cabinets. All appli-
ances stay. Priced in the 180's.
The Plantation at Leesburg is an adult
gated golf and tennis community with
two manned gates, on-site restaurant,
two golf courses, three clubhouses,
three pools and much more. Stop by or
call the sales office: PAL Realty, 25327
U.S. Hwy. 27, Suite 202, Leesburg, 352-
326-3626. See more pictures of #982 on
our web site, www.theplantation.com.


Large home

is meant for
The best of all worlds, this magnifi-
cent home has a gorgeous waterfront
on the Harris chain with 5.83 acres of
beauty. You can't go wrong with almost
4,600 square feet. All bedrooms have
their own private bath suites and take
in the breathtaking view of the Lake
Harris chain. This entertaining home
has a large pool with a screened enclo-
sure as well as a convenient entertain-
ing bar inside. A custom built party
dock is second to none with three dif-
ferent levels of entertainment settings,
one with a built-in fire pit. The serene
dock paths lead to the main two-story
boat dock with jet ski and boat slips, as


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entertaining
well as an above sun deck. The chef
will love the island kitchen and butler
pantry that allows cooking while tak-
Sing in the lake views. There's plenty of
custom beauty and touches from cus-
tom plantation shutters, two beautiful
fireplaces, grand windows throughout
focused on the lake view, large walk-in
closets in all rooms, and a flowing floor
plan. Guest rooms are conveniently
located in their own separate living
quarters with a separate living room.
Please don't pass up this incredible
home. Call Lena Williams, Morris
Realty and Investments. 352-636-4488.


This home includes a three-level custom party dock, one that has a built-in fire pit.


ERA TOM GRIZZARD REALTY


Home features screened

lanai and a fenced lot


This home features three bedrooms, two baths and 1,806 square feet of space.


A home conveniently located on a
relaxing cul-de-sac in Lake Idlewild
Estates, between Leesburg and the
Villages, it's still close to town, shop-
ping, school, churches and more. You
will find a hidden treasure in this
three-bedroom, two-bath home that's
located on a nice shaded lot with the
privacy of a fenced backyard. With a
new roof just three years ago, this
home has 1,806 square feet and offers
spacious rooms, a split bedroom plan, a
bonus room now used as a den, and a


two-car garage that allows plenty of
room for you and your family. The for-
mal dining room has a glass sliding
door that opens onto the screened
lanai, creating a perfect view of the pri-
vate backyard. In addition, Lake
Idlewild Estates provides access to the
lake along with a dock for fishing and
picnic area for residents and their
guests, all right across the street from
this home. All this for only $148,900.
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PEP talk

Lennar offering steep financing on eight new ready-to-move-in "We have reduced prices to the lowest Legends Golf & Country Club features an
r homes that close this month at Legends level ever," Parker said. Prices for the eight 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course
pricing discounts, free Golf & Country Club, U.S. Highway 27 homes start from the $200s. designed by Lloyd Clifton, with an expan-
south of Johns Lake Rd. in Clermont. In addition to the discounted prices, spe- sive clubhouse and Legend Grille and Tavern
upgrades David Parker, director of sales and market- cial financing and zero down payment is overlooking the first hole and serving break-
At eight new single-family homes at ing for Lennar in the Orlando region, said available on the select homes that close by fast, lunch and dinner, a pro shop, and the
Legends Golf & Country Club in all eight homes feature free upgrades that August 31, Parker said. Resident's Club, with a heated pool and spa,
Clermont include granite counters, GE clean steel New single-family homes at Legends Golf a children's pool, state-of-the-art fitness cen-
appliances, ceramic tile floors in all wet & Country Club range in size from 2,267 ter, sauna and locker rooms, and separate
ORLANDO Lennar is offering steep pric- areas and luxurious master bedroom and square feet to 4,846 square feet and are media and event rooms.
ing discounts, free upgrades, and special bath. priced from the $200s. For information call 888-317-7489.


REAL ESTATE NEWS


Lennar offering lower prices, free
upgrades, special financing and
zero down payment
Move-in-ready homes at Orlando area communities
through August

ORLANDO Lennar in the Orlando region is offering
steep pricing discounts and free upgrades in ready-to-move-
in homes at communities in the Orlando and Space Coast
regions through August.
David Parker, director of sales and marketing for Lennar's
Central Florida division in the Orlando region, said Lennar
is also offering a zero down payment in select communities.
"We are pricing these homes aggressively, and we can offer
some of the best financing terms in the market today,"
Parker said.
Free upgrades vary from community to community, but
could include granite countertops, clean steel appliances,
hardwood floors and crown molding, to name a few, Parker
explained.
Lennar's Central Florida Division builds single family and
town homes priced from the $120s in 25 communities in
the Orlando region including Orange, Seminole, Lake and
Brevard Counties.
Visit www.Lennar.com for information.


Orlando housing market continues
to record sales gains
ORLANDO Members of the Orlando Regional REAL-
TOR@ Association reported completed sales on 2,387 homes
in July, which is a 3.83 percent increase over the July 2009
mark of 2,299. To date, Orlando area home sales are up
39.54 percent over this time in 2009.
"Sales closed after the homebuyer tax credit are expected
to be lower compared to the credit-induced spring surge,"
explains ORRA Chairman of the Board Kathleen Gallagher
Mclver, RE/MAX Town & Country Realty, "yet total annual
home sales are rising above 2009 and we're looking for over-
all gains again this year."
"Conditions have become more balanced in Orlando,
which is good for both buyers and sellers. However, con-
sumers find it even more challenging to navigate the trans-
action process, especially for distressed properties, which
only underscores the value REALTORS@ bring to buyers and
sellers in this market."
The number of new contracts filed in July 2010 (3,793)
represents an increase of 2.62 percent more than were filed
in July 2009 (3,696). The area's pending sales statistic, also
an indicator of future sales activity, is likewise remaining at
a record high with 18.41 percent more homes (9,133) under
contract and awaiting closing in July of this year than in
July of last year (7,713).
The median price of all existing homes combined sold in
July 2010 decreased 17.37 percent to $109,900 from the
$133,000 recorded in July 2009. July 2010's median price is
a decrease of 4.43 percent compared to June 2010's median
of $115,000.
The median price for "normal" sales is $179,138 (up 4.15
percent from last month's $172,000). The median price for
bank-owned sales is $73,999 (down 4.52 percent from last


month's $77,500), and the median price for short sales is
$115,000 (steady from last month's $115,000).
"Distressed properties, which accounted for almost 70 per-
cent of sales in July, continue to downwardly distort the
median price because they generally sell at a discount rela-
tive to traditional homes in the same area," explains
Gallagher McIver.
Of the 2,387 sales in July, 740 "normal" sales accounted
for 31.00 percent of all sales, while 1,133 bank-owned and
514 short sales made up 69.00 percent.
The Orlando affordability index increased to 243.74 per-
cent in July. (An affordability index of 99 percent means
that buyers earning the state-reported median income are 1
percent short of the income necessary to purchase a median-
priced home. Conversely, an affordability index that is over
100 means that median-income earners make more than is
necessary to qualify for a median-priced home.) Buyers who
earn the reported median income of $53,162 can qualify to
purchase one of 9,812 homes in Orange and Seminole coun-
ties currently listed in the local multiple listing service for
$267,866 or less
First-time homebuyer affordability in July increased to
173.32 percent. First-time buyers who earn the reported
median income of $36,150 can qualify to purchase one of
6,837 homes in Orange and Seminole counties currently list-
ed in the local multiple listing service for $161,910 or less.
Homes of all types spent an average of 85 days on the
market before coming under contract in July 2010, and the
average home sold for 94.89 percent of its listing price. In
July 2009 those numbers were 101 and 94.04 percent,
respectively. The area's average interest rate decreased in July
to 4.67 percent.
Inventory
There are currently 16,563 homes available for purchase
through the MLS. Inventory increased by 259 homes from
June 2010, which means that 259 more homes entered the
market than left the market. The July 2010 inventory level is
3.88 percent lower than it was in July 2009 (17,231). The
current pace of sales translates into 6.94 months of supply;
July 2009 recorded 7.49 months of supply.
There are 12,708 single-family homes currently listed in
the MLS, a number that is 185 (1.48 percent) more than in
July of last year. Condos currently make up 2,457 offerings
in the MLS, while duplexes/town homes/villas make up the
remaining 1,398.
Condos and Town Homes/Duplexes/Villas
The sales of condos in the Orlando area increased by
35.64 percent in July when compared to July of 2009 and
decreased by 16.21 percent compared to June of this year. To
date, condo sales are up 78.15 percent (3,921 condos sold to
date in 2010, compared to 2,201 by this time in 2009).
The most (285) condos in a single price category that
changed hands in July were yet again in the $1-$50,000
price range, which accounted for 52.01 percent of all condo
sales.
Orlando homebuyers purchased 232 duplexes, town
homes, and villas in July 2010, which is a 27.47 percent
increase from July 2009 when 182 of these alternative hous-
ing types were purchased.
MSA Numbers
Sales of existing homes within the entire Orlando MSA
(Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties) in July were
down by 5.94 percent when compared to July of 2009.
Throughout the MSA, 2,770 homes were sold in July 2010
compared with 2,945 in July 2009.
To date, sales throughout the MSA are 31.72 percent above


this time in 2009 with 20,978 homes exchanging hands
compared to 15,926. Each individual county's year-to-date
sales comparisons are as follows:
Lake: 16.41 percent above 2009 (2,589 homes sold to date
in 2010 compared to 2,224 in 2009);
Orange: 35.19 percent above 2009 (11,361 homes sold to
date in 2010 compared to 8,404 in 2009);
Osceola: 18.52 percent above 2009 (3,609 homes sold to
date in 2010 compared to 3,045 in 2009); and
Seminole: 51.75 percent above 2009 (3,419 sold to date in
2010 compared to 2,253 in 2009).
For detailed statistical reports visit www.orlrealtor.com,
click on "Housing Statistics" on the top menu bar. This rep-
resentation is based in whole or in part on data supplied by
the Orlando Regional REALTOR@ Association or its Multiple
Listing Service (MLS). Neither the association nor its MLS
guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Data
maintained by the association or its MLS may not reflect all
real estate activity in the market. Due to late closings, an
adjustment is necessary to record those closings posted after
our reporting date.
ORRA REALTOR@ sales, referred to as the core market, rep-
resent all sales by members of the Orlando Regional REAL-
TOR@ Association, not necessarily those sales strictly in
Orange and Seminole counties. Note that statistics released
each month may be revised in the future as new data is
received.
Orlando MSA numbers reflect sales of homes located in
Orange, Seminole, Osceola, and Lake counties by members
of any Realtor@ association, not just members of ORRA.


Stirling Sotheby's International
Realty rates highest marks for
www.StirlingSIR.com web portal
ORLANDO Stirling Sotheby's International Realty, which
ranks as one of Central Florida's most active luxury real
estate companies, posts as one of the largest and most active
real estate websites in the world.
HubSpot's Website Grader, an independent reporting serv-
ice that measures website traffic and grades content for mar-
keting effectiveness, rated www.StirlingSIR.com at 99.59
compared to the more than 2.5 million corporate websites
in the service database.
Roger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sotheby's
International Realty, said Website Grader ranks the
StirlingSIR.com web portal higher than any other Florida
real estate site.
"We are very proud of this ranking as it reaffirms our six-
year program to make StirlingSIR.com the most powerful
real estate portal on the Internet," Soderstrom said.
Soderstrom said Stirling Sotheby's has produced hundreds
of videos that feature virtual tours of luxury homes and
communities. "Our videos are just one of the factors that led
to our high rankings and they make us very effective on
search engines," Soderstrom said.
Website Grader ranked StirlingSIR.com according to six
major criteria: exposure, coverage, ranking, indexes, content,
resources and technology.
Soderstrom said www.StirlingSIR.com was created by his
firm's in house marketing division Stirling Media Group,
which is managed by Angie Milan. The site was developed
and is managed by web developer/programmer Drue
McCombs of Stirling Media Group.
For information call 407-581-7890.


PROPERTY TRANSFERS


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FOR SALE BY OWNERS




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EVERYDAY/ANYTIM E


virtual tour: http://www.2minutetour.com/tours/crane/dora
For more info and directions
to the open house, contact:
Pat Crane, ABR, GRI
Real Estate Specialist
352-508-4544
Exit Real Estate Results


Saturday &
Sunday
1-4 pm
: Pelican Isle

3/2 split-plan home on over 1/2
acre in quiet neighborhood. 2+
car garage, 50 ft. RV port, walk-
in closets in all BR, Irg screened
porch, ElK & separate DR.
A MUST SEE!!! $149,900
Barbara Franki
Coldwell Banker Camelot Realty
Cell: 352-552-0228
Camelot Realty E-mail: b.franki@embarqmail.com


Summer Bay Partnership to
David Cordell Dickerson and
Rebecca Robin Mraz, Un 501
206 WK 30 Summer Isles
Condo I, $8,140.
Summer Bay Partnership
and Alfredo Gonzalez and
Jacqueline Pages, Un 502 203
WK 47 Summer Isles $21,250.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Earl Burgess Hawkins and
Vanessa Johnson Edmonds Un
502 401 WK 34 Summer Isles
Condo I, $5,900.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Tellis Matra and Sherrida S
Jackson, Un 502 WK Summer
Isles Condo I, $5,900.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Obediah Chapfika and Margret
Chapfika, Un 504 106 WK 20,
Summer Isles Condo I, $5,920.
Summer Bay Parntership to
Sharon Ann Nissen and Gerald
Dean Nissen, Un 504 401 WK
31 Summer Isles Condo I,
$31,120.
Summer Bay Joint Venture I
LC to Jon T. McLaughlin and
Julie A. Lutter, Un 405 103 WK
26 Summer Bay Joint Venture
Condo I, $16,700.
Summer Bay Joint Venture I
LC to Orlandos Williams, Un
405 103 WK 36 Summer Bay
Joint Venture Condo I,
$15,900.
Summer Bay Joint Venture I
LC to James John Sulier and
Rhonda Cummings Sulier, Un
405 107 WK 32 Summer Bay
Joint Venture Condo I,
$15,030.
Summer Bay Joint Venture I
LC to Jeremiah Farrow and
Sherrilyn Machelle Farrow, Un
405 301 WK 10 Summer Bay
Joint Venter Condo I, $16,820,
Mary Eileen Link Bennett


Trust and Mary Eileen LinkTr
to Lisa A. Wood, 31-17-27,
$130.000.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Bennie Walter Lewis and Carol
J. Lewis, Un 319 WK 5 Summer
Bay Lakeside Condo, $29,260.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Shirley Joyce Hawkins, Un 103
203 WK 6 Villas at Summer
Bay, $11,300.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Ryan Daniel Shipman and
Kyung Hi Quan, Un 103 205
WK 46 Villas at Summer Bay,
$7,540.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Ramon Velasco Encarnacion
and Amelia Loleng Laxamana,
Un 103 302 WK 20 Villas at
Summer Bay, $7,460.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Harrison Gerome Thompson
and Rosalind R. Thompson, Un
103 307 WK 35 Villas at
Summer Bay, $7,460.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Fabio Arango and Maria D
Arango, Un 103 308 WK 43
Villas at Summer Bay, $7,840.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Barry R. McBride and Denise
R. McBride, Un 104 102 WK 37
Villas at Summer Bay, $7460.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Rosa Thersia Wells, Henry
Louis Wells and Tara Jemal
Rolle Bethel, Un 104 104 WK 5
Villas at Summer Bay, $7,740
Summer Bay Partnership to
Larry Eugene Burage and
Marienia Davis Burage, Un 104
105 WK 43 Villas at Summer
Bay, $7,540.
Summer Bay Partnership to
B Sainthilaire and Wilgyms St
Hilaire, Un 104 106 WK 34
Villas at Summer Bay, $8,530.







Friday, August 20, 2010 Daily Commercial/South Lake Press C3

PROPERTY TRANSFERS








LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Fantastic floor plan, 1 acre; LOCATION: 3310 Wekiva Rd. FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 1485 LOCATION: Eustis FEATURES: 4BR/3BA 3 car garage.
LISTING PRICE: $192,000 SELLING PRICE: $205,000 sq.ft., dock, boat slip. LISTING PRICE: $89,900 SELLING LISTING PRICE: $169,000 SELLING PRICE: $153,500
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: DAN MAYBERRY, SOUTHERN PRICE: $85,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Paula Gilbert, LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Anne MillerR, BREC Properties.
TROPICAL REALTY. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cindy Coldwell Banker. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Paula Gilbert, SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Cindy Wheeler, ERA Tom
Wheeler, ERA Tom Grizzard. Coldwell Banker. Grizzard.





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LOCATION: 5506 Shriver St. Leesburg FEATURES: LOCATION: Lady Lake FEATURES: Unique floor plan with LOCATION: 841 Berryhill Circle, Fruitland Park FEATURES:
2BR/22BA LISTING PRICE: $89,900 SELLING PRICE: $75,000 expansive outdoor living LISTING PRICE: $289,000 SELLING 3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $139,000 SELLING PRICE:
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LOCATION: Grand Island FEATURES: 3BR/1BA Block Home.
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$85,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Geoffrey Presson, Silver
Beach Realty, LLC. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Geoffrey
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LOCATION: Umatilla FEATURES: 4BR/2BA, 2,106 sq. ft. on LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 2 story duplex LISTING
Lake Placida. LISTING PRICE: $149,150 SELLING PRICE: PRICE: $39,900 SELLING PRICE: $36,900 LISTING AGENT
$149,150 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Halligan, & OFFICE: Richard Halligan, Century-21 Arrow Realty.
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LOCATION: 433 King Way, Tavares FEATURES: Fox Run LOCATION: 39827 Grove Heights, Lady Lake FEATURES:
Community 2BR/2BA with deeded access to Harris Chain of 3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $289,711 SELLING PRICE:
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LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Lisa Jones, ERA Tom Grizzard Mello, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT &
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LOCATION: 2275 Bracknell Forest Trail, Tavares FEATURES:
Short Sale Chelsea Oaks South, 3BR/2BA, 1,922 sq. ft.
LISTING PRICE: $105,000 SELLING PRICE: $101,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kim Ducharme, Morris Realty
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LOCATION: Ocala FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 2,159 sq. ft. Formal
dining room, large master, covered lanai.. LISTING PRICE:
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LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 2BR/2.5BA, den on corner
lot. LISTING PRICE: $239,000 SELLING PRICE: $215,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Sandy Knox, ERA Tom
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