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ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
GROVELAND Teachers
and administrators at the
Cecil Gray Middle School
were beaming with pride on
Thursday as they showed off
the results of a $32 million
renovation.
"There's a lot of excite-
ment in the air from every-
body," Principal Janice Boyd
said. "It is great to have the
facilities we have been
afforded, and though we've
always had a lot of pride in
Gray Middle School, I think
it's just been increased."
Last year, Gray's student
body which includes stu-
dents from Clermont,
Mascotte and Groveland -
attended classes at the old
Mascotte Elementary School
building while Gray was
being renovated. Doing that
sped up the construction by
about 20 months.
More than 970 students
are enrolled at the school,
which opened its doors on
Aug. 23.
Many community resi-
dents got their first chance
on Thursday to see the reno-
vations for themselves.
School administrators were
kept busy giving tours fol-
lowing an official ribbon-
cutting ceremony.
"We were excited about
showing off our goods,"
Assistant Principal Maralena
Coggins said.
Coggins said some of
Gray's older buildings were
torn down during construc-

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Index


Lake gets federal cash for neighborhoods


LARRY ELL
Staff Writer
TAVARES Twenty-eight
Lake County families have
already moved into new
homes as a result of the
Neighborhood Stabilization
Project. Now, with additional
funding, county officials
hope to make another 30
dreams of home ownership


County will use $3.2 million to help reverse foreclosure crisis


come true.
Lake County recently was
awarded nearly $3.2 million
in federal NSP funds dedicat-
ed to helping local commu-
nities struggling to reverse
the effects of the foreclosure
crisis.
The money will be used to


Armed

Lake has one of the highest
number of concealed
weapons permits in Florida
BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer

More than 16,000 people in Lake
County have permits to carry
concealed weapons. Only 12 of
Florida's 67 counties have more
people with concealed weapons
permits.
Sgt. Russ
Edwards
with the Packing heat
Lake Concealed weapon per-
County mits issued through Aug.
Sheriff's 31,2010:
Office 0 Lake County:16,433.
wishes the Sumter County: 2,102.
local num-
ber was source: Florida Department of
higher. Agriculture and Consumer
"I wish Services.
there were
32,000 per-
mits," Edwards said Friday from the
sheriff's firearms safety range. From a
law enforcement perspective, that
means those people went through a
class and the necessary paperwork and
are more likely to be safe users of guns,


he said.
For 2010,
16,433
con-
cealed
weapon
permits
through
Aug. 31,
accord-
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the state


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buy, rehabilitate or demolish
abandoned and foreclosed
properties.
Once the homes are reno-
vated, they are sold at an
affordable price to eligible
first-time home buyers.
According to Housing
Director Cheryl Howell, at


least 25 percent of the buyers
are required to be low-
income families. Of the 28
NSP properties sold in Lake
County, Howell said nearly
37 percent went to lower
income households.
She said it was a good start,
but the problem is still


greater than the solution.
"The intent is to be able to
stabilize the neighborhood,"
Howell said. "The reality is
we go in and do the best that
we can do. We help shore up
some of the needs, because
there's certainly not enough
money to really stabilize all
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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Above: Lake County Sheriff's Office Rangemaster Cpl. Kevin Howard practices under the watchful eye of Firearms
Instructor Sgt. Russ Edwards Friday at the department's gun range in Astatula.
Below: Lake County Sheriff's Office range director Chris DeLibro unloads a weapon.


GUN VIOLENCE
In 2005, 11,346 persons
were killed by firearm violence
and 477,040 persons were vic-
tims of a crime committed with a
firearm. Most murders in the
United States are committed with
firearms, especially handguns.
In 2006, firearms were used
in 68 percent of murders, 42 per-
cent of robbery offenses and 22
percent of aggravated assaults
nationwide.
Homicides committed with
firearms peaked in 1993 at
17,075, after which the figure
steadily fell, leveling off in 1999 at
10,117. Gun-related homicides
have increased slightly each year
since 2002.


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TAVARES The city of
Tavares serves as the county
seat of Lake County.
Headquarters for all govern-
ment services are in Tavares
including the school district,
county administration, sher-
iff, tax collector, property
appraiser and the county
courthouse.
But Tavares isn't just the
hub of government for the
county.
With 13,500 residents,
Tavares calls itself "America's


Seaplane City." And for good
reason.
For many decades, sea-
planes have been landing, tak-


ar government:'
ing off and water taxiing on ber city council. On the coun-
Lake Dora in what has been a cil are Sandy Gamble, Kirby
largely self-regulating air Smith, Bob Grenier, Vice
transportation system. Mayor Lori Pfister and Mayor
This summer, city officials Robert Wolfe. Each council
announced Progressive member serves a two-year
Aerodyne, Inc. is moving its term.
manufacturing operations Council members, not vot-
from Orlando to the shore of ers, elect the mayor and vice
Lake Idamere. mayor.
The company designs and Demograhically, Tavares has
manufactures SeaRey 5,000 households with an
Amphibious Seaplanes and is average income of $40,000 per
doing both at a new facility household, according to the
located at 3801 State Road 19. city's website,
City Administrator John
Drury reports to a five-mem- See TAVARES, A2


Tavares

By the numbers
Budget
Total Revenue $11,764,749
Total Expenditures $11,764,749
City officials
annual salaries
City Manager $132,600
Finance Director $95,472
Police Chief $92,437
Elected Officials
annual salaries
Mayor $6,132.36
Vice Mayor $5,132.28


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A2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, September 17, 2010




Take Stock in Children gets $5 M


THERESA CAMPBELL
Staff Writer
LEESBURG Take Stock in
Children, a statewide nonprofit
organization that helps low-income
and at-risk teenagers graduate from
high school and go on to college,
will receive a $5 million grant from
the U.S. Department of Education to
expand its program.
The organization was among 49
nationwide chosen out of 1,698
applicants seeking grants from $650
million in stimulus funds.
"This is the most significant
national recognition that we have
ever gotten; this is really a big deal,"
Richard Berkowitz, board chairman
of Take Stock in Children, said
Monday during a telephone inter-
view. "We are being recognized as
one of the most innovative educa-
tional programs in the U.S., and this
is quite a feather in our little gradua-
tion cap."
Several local clubs and the
Educational Foundation of Lake
County, Inc. often host fundraisers
for scholarships for the 15-year-old
organization that partners with
more than 800 public schools to


Take Stock in Children annually serves nearly 8,000 low-income and
minority students in grades 6-12 throughout Florida's 60 counties.


help high-needs youths receive a
post-secondary education.
"We are extremely excited that the
Take Stock In Children organization
has received this grant," said
Carman Cullen, executive director
of the Educational Foundation of
Lake County. "The award speaks vol-
umes about the merit and success of
this program."
"It is great news," added Colleen
McGinley, a Rotary Club of Tavares
member. "We donated more than
$6,000 in scholarships this year to
Take Stock in Children and we find
that it is very important. They do
good work."
Berkowitz is proud of the organi-
zation's success in the Sunshine
State. He said the program was start-
ed by a group of CEOs from major
corporations who wanted to do
something to improve education in
Florida.
"Take Stock in Children was
focused on taking the statewide


high-school graduation average of
around 58 percent and improving
on that," Berkowitz said. "Our sta-
tistics now show that we are graduat-
ing 92 percent of students that are
going through our program."
Take Stock in Children annually
serves nearly 8,000 low-income and
minority students in grades 6-12
throughout Florida's 60 counties.
Students enrolled in the program
are identified in middle and high
school, and then sign a contract
pledging to remain drug and crime
free, as well as maintain a minimum
grade point average of 2.0 or greater.
All students who fulfill these obli-
gations and successfully complete
the Take Stock in Children program
receive full scholarships to a state
college or university upon gradua-
tion. The organization is the largest
nonprofit purchaser of Florida
Prepaid Foundation Scholarships.
"Eighty percent of our students are
the first ones to go to college in their


family," Berkowitz said. "They have
hope; they know that if they do
what they're supposed to do and do
what they said they are going to do,
they are going to get to go to college
and it is an incredibly powerful
incentive."
With the $5 million grant, Take
Stock in Children plans to launch a
new program Facilitating Long-
Term Improvements in Graduation
and Higher Education for Tomorrow.
FLIGHT is designed to improve aca-
demic and behavioral outcomes on
the post-secondary level and reduce
college remediation.
Berkowitz said the goal is to see
Take Stock in Children students
achieve academic success through-
out their college years.
"When they get into college, what
do we need to do to help them stay
there? What do we need to do to
help them graduate?" he said.
Those questions are what officials
pondered as they work to create pro-


grams to improve college graduation
rates.
"Our graduation rate from college
is under 50 percent," Berkowitz said.
"We're looking to do the same thing
that we did with high-school gradu-
ation so that Take Stock in Children
students graduate colleges as often as
they graduate high school."
On the high-school level, mentors
work with the youths to help them
stay motivated.
Berkowitz said FLIGHT aims to do
this on the college level by imple-
menting online mentoring pro-
grams, via dialogue through texting
and e-mail, and by providing other
intervention tools to help the stu-
dents succeed.
"This grant will allow us to devel-
op all of the programing necessary
to implement this program," he
said, adding FLIGHT will begin with
a pilot program in Broward, Monroe
and Highlands counties before it is
administered in other areas, includ-
ing Lake County.
Paid over three years, the grant
money will come from the U.S.
Department of Education's Investing
in Innovation (i3) program.


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


September 17
Rummage Sale at Edge Memorial
United Methodist Church: 7 a.m.
to 3 p.m.: 441 S. Main Ave., in
Groveland. proceeds go to our
annual Community Harvest Party,
October 30, For information call
the church at 429-2572.

September 18
Couponing Brainstorm session
part 2: Techniques for saving
money on groceries, personal care
items. Minneola Library, 10:00
a.m. Registration is required. Call
the library 432-3921.
South Lake Wine Gala: Heritage
Hills Country Club, 6:30 to 9 p.m.,
benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs
of Lake and Sumter, South Lake
unit. For tickets, call the City of
Mascotte at 429-3341or MIchelle
Michnoff at 352-394-3699.

September 20


Mascotte Elementary Charter
School Board Meeting: 5 p.m.,
media center. Call 429-2294.
How Much Is Your Business
Worth: Local CPA and Accredited
Senior Appraiser John Cento pres-
ents a public outreach program on
how to determine the value of any
business, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., room
108, Cooper Memorial Library,
Clermont. Contact Dennis
Smolarek, 536-2275.
South Lake Christian Women's
Club Luncheon: 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m., Sanctuary Ridge Golf Club
Restaurant, 2601 Diamond Players
Blvd., Clermont. Reservations by
contacting Patricia, 243-1499.

September 21
Jewels of the Vine: Regency
Wine & Liquor, 16100 Marsh
Road, Winter Garden, wine tasting
event "Jewels of the Vine" 6 to 9
p.m. $12 ticket in advance will


admit one and get you a free bottle
of wine at the event. $15 at the
door. Visit
www.localwineevents.com.
Seasonal Crafts: for children 0-4
years of age, 10:30 a.m., after sto-
rytime, Minneola Schoolhouse
Library, 100 S. Main Ave. Call 432-
3921.
Free Life Insurance Seminar: 5
p.m. to 7 p.m., room 108. Call
407-383-2605 for reservations.
Cooper Memorial Library, 2525
Oakley Seaver Dr. Clermont.

September 23
The South Lake Chamber Boost
event: 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Jenkins
Auditorium, 691 W. Montrose St.
Clermont. To RSVP call 394-4191.

September 24
Save the Date: New Beginnings
and HQ Honda host this charity
golf tournament at Bella Collina


Country Club, 8:30 a.m. scramble.
Register at www.newbegin-
ningslake.org, or contact Linda at
638 5412, or Jesse Griffin at 874-
5768. Volunteers are also needed.

September 29
Fat Flush & Fitness Rush pro-
gram: 14-day program, 7 p.m.,
Clermont Waterfront Park. Free, as
a complimentary session, includes
workout and lecture to get on the
right path to fitness and nutrition.
Call 874-4363 or visit www.alici-
aweber.com for information.

October 3
Community Yard Sale: 9 a.m. to
2 p.m., Montrose St. in downtown
Clermont. Vendors call 394-8618,
spaces $15 for the day.

October 6
Teddy Bear Tea Party: for 0-4
years of age, 10:30 a.m., Minneola


Schoolhouse Library, 100 S. Main
Ave. in Minneola. Call 432-3921.

October 9
10th Annual Garden Walk:
"Treasures In the Garden," 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m.. Clermont Garden Club.
Tickets $7 each or 2 for $12. For
information call 407-421-6225.

October 14
Job Club: Seminar, 10 a.m.,
Marion Baysinger Memorial
Library, 756 West Broad St,
Groveland. how to create a com-
plete package when looking for a
job; resume preparation, marketing
yourself, completing an applica-
tion, preparing for an interview,
and how to survive on the job.

October 16
"As Time Goes By:" 7 p.m.,

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of our neighborhoods that are in
need."
Howell said the new $3.2 million
in funding should help cover the
material and administrative costs of
rehabbing another 30 homes.
County officials will use their track-
ing system of foreclosed properties,


along with updated geographical
data, to identify target areas. Howell
said it often means going block by
block.
Even though it may take months
for the money to actually arrive in
Lake County, the groundwork for
spending it has already begun.


"We go to work before we get it,
actually," Howell said. "We go out
and begin to work with our nonprof-
its so that when the time comes for
the money to come, then we can
start entering into those agree-
ments."
A total of $208,437,144 was


awarded to the state of Florida and
local congressional representatives
were quick to quantify the signifi-
cance to the individual communi-
ties.
"This innovative plan has brought
millions of dollars into neighbor-
hoods that have been hardest hit by


the worst financial and mortgage cri-
sis our nation has seen since the
Great Depression," Corrine Brown,
3rd District congresswoman, said.
"We are doing everything that we
possibly can do to save our homes,"
agreed 8th District congressman
Alan Grayson.


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cealed weapon permits
than Lake is more popu-
lated. In fact, some coun-
ties with a higher popu-
lation than Lake for
example, Marion,
Seminole and Sarasota -
have fewer concealed
weapon permits, based
on state figures.
To get a gun permit,
you have to provide
proof of residency, proof
that you are at least 21,
submit fingerprints, pass
a computerized instant
background check, attend
a certified
handgun/firearm safety
class and pay a fee,
according to the Florida
Department of
Agriculture Consumer
services.
Edwards teaches two of
those firearms safety


classes required to get a
concealed weapon per-
mit.
He teaches a safety for
civilians at the Eustis
Gun Club. At the sheriff's
firearms training range in
Astatula, he also teaches
the class for retired
police officers who want
to get a gun permit.
The goals of those two
courses differ somewhat.
For the course in
Carrying a Concealed
Weapon (for civilians),
the biggest point is that
the eventual gun owner
understands the ramifica-
tions and responsibilities
of having the gun,
Edwards said.
"You're responsible for
anything that happens or
can happen," he said.
For the retired cops,


the goal is to make sure
they can hit their desired
target.
The course for retired
police came about in
2004 as a result of the
Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Congress wanted to make
sure the right people -
in this case, trained for-
mer police officers had
guns for protection.
Some people think no
one should be allowed to
carry a gun.
"The bad people are
gonna have them any-
way," Edwards said,
whether you put more
controls on gun owner-
ship or not.
With the economy in
the doldrums, more crim-
inals than ever are bound
to get guns and use them
on you, says Paul
McIntyre, who runs a
gun range in Oklawaha.
"You will start seeing a
huge spike in crime,
ranging from carjacking
to home invasions, and


mostly armed robberies,"
McIntyre says on his
website.
The mere presence of a
firearm can prevent a
crime and save lives, he
says.
But, McIntyre adds, if
you find it necessary to
use your gun to protect
yourself, you have to be
accurate. Otherwise an
innocent person could be
seriously hurt.
Sgt. Jim Vachon,
spokesman for the Lake
County Sheriff's Office,
offers this advice for gun
owners: "It's important
for anyone who wants to
own a firearm to have
gun-safety training.
Anyone who owns a con-
cealed weapons permit
and comes into contact
with a law enforcement
officer should let the
officer know they are
armed as soon as possi-
ble, Vachon said. This
practice improves safety,
he said.


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www.tavares.org. About 40
percent of the city's residents
have at least a four-year col-
lege degree.
Tavares was founded by
newspaper and railroad man
Alexander St. Clair-Abrams in
1880 and named for a
Portuguese ancestor.


While St. Clair-Abrams did
not achieve his dream that
Tavares become the state capi-
tal of Florida, in 1887 the city
was named the seat of Lake
County. St. Clair-Abrams later
chartered a railroad to run
from Tavares to Orlando.


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Staff Writer
GROVELAND City council members could
not justify spending $349,000 to purchase the
historic Edge house but they'd like to help see
its preserved.
The matter was discussed Tuesday at a city
meeting, but no vote was cast.
Instead, the city, the Groveland Historical
Society and the Edge home's co-owners sisters
Alison Mullany and Kendall Koehne have
agreed to work together to try to secure a feder-
al grant to help the city acquire the property.
"I left the meeting feeling victory because so
many people were in favor or it," Mullany said.
"And it was good to know that it was not a 'no'
vote," but rather a 'We don't have the funds,
but let's figure out how we can do this' senti-
ment."
Mullany said council members and Lake
County Historical Society member Bob Grenier
approached her during a break in the meeting
and offered their support.
Koehne and Mullany purchased the home in


2005 and have completely renovated and
maintained the home while operating Florida
Ranchland Realty out of it. The sisters also
completed a lengthy application and hearing
process that got the Edge House placed on the
National Register of Historic Places in October
2006.
Edge House is one of Groveland's oldest
structures and the first and only one to be rec-
ognized nationally.
The Queen Anne-style, three-story home,
now located at 1218 W. Broad St. off of State
Road 50, originally belonged to E.E. Edge, who
built one of the state's largest department stores
in 1923 and helped found what grew into
Florida Telephone Company.
The house was also home to his son, L.D.
Edge, the youngest state Speaker of the Florida
House who, among other achievements, deter-
mined the route of State Road 50.
Mullany said the house, which is on the
open market, was originally priced for
$500,000, but she'd like to city, the historical
society, or both agencies purchase it.


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Death Notices

Geraldine L. Carlage
Geraldine "Gerri" Louise
Carlage, 63, of Clermont died
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
James Martin Eliasen
James Martin Eliasen, 80,
of Clermont did Thursday,
Sept. 9, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Anthony Glenn
Anthony Glenn, 55, of
Clermont died Sunday, Sept.
12, 2010. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Richard D. Hall Sr.
Richard D. Hall Sr., 68, died
Friday, Sept. 10, 2010. Becker
Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Ida Mae Howell
Ida Mae Howell, 95, of
Clermont died Saturday,
Sept. 11, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Margaret L. McCurdy
Margaret L. McCurdy, 91,
of Clermont died
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2010.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Rebecca Lynn Neace
Rebecca Lynn Neace, 35, of
Groveland died Wednesday,
Sept. 8, 2010. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home,
Groveland.
Meredith Jasper Reid
Meredith "Mike" Jasper
Reid, 86, of Leesburg died
Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010.
Cremation Choices,
Minneola.
Matthews Rice
Matthews Adelbert Rice,
86, of Groveland, died Friday,
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radicalism starts at home


ground where they belong, drawing
no more attention than a single ant
in an open Florida field.
Jones would have remained a
nobody had the media not put him
in the spotlight. That gave his quest
what he wanted exposure.
It also defined us as a nation. But
it's a definition that leaves the rest of
the world wondering how we could
allow such a thing to happen, while
at the same time leaving us to ask
why shouldn't we.
We often forget that our democrat-
ic principles are foreign to most of
mankind. Many of our laws, like
freedom of speech and religion, are
not treated with the same respect
abroad.
So when a radical like Jones
emerges from the shadows, people
from less open-minded places find it
incredible we allow such a heretic to
speak openly. They don't understand


that it's our law, and that religion
does not supercede the law.
The misunderstandings, however,
go both ways. We fail to see that in
certain countries, religion is the law.
There is no separation between the
two.
While we were dismissing Jones
and his shenanigans, Muslims world-
wide claimed he was speaking for all
America, saying his "gesture" was an
insult of cataclysmic proportions.
Now many Americans are firing
back at the Muslim world, wonder-
ing if they could possibly compare
something that didn't even occur to
the 9/11 attacks by Islamic radicals
that cost nearly 3,000 lives.
Enough already.
Fiery rhetoric from soapboxes
resolves nothing. It's time everyone
understands, and believes, we must
share this world, and we must
respect the people we share it with.


Fight against
Terry Jones lit the fire. The
media fanned the flames,
expanding what should have
been nothing more than a small
local conflagration into a full-fledged
forest fire.
And then others, both Muslims
and Christians, dumped fuel onto
the blaze to see how big a combus-
tion they could spark.
It was an unfortunate look at the
dark side of human nature.
Much can be said of this episode
and, in the weeks ahead, it probably
will be. A substantial amount of it is
good how Americans everywhere
responded to Jones' ridiculous pro-
posal to burn the Quran on 9/11
was reassuring.
But other factors emerged that
weren't so easy to digest. There are
hundreds of fanatics like Jones
throughout the U.S., all wielding an
agenda. They remain in the back-


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Friday, September 17, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A5


The trouble with Trekkers


Minneola collector has spent a lifetime tracking down Star Trek memorabilia


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VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Figurines, model spacecraft, books and tapes line the walls of Stephen Kopp's Star Trek room in his Minneola home on Thursday. Kopp, a
former Navy journalist, says he is glad he taped later show's incarnations from satellite broadcasts because he loves to watch the old
commercials.


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
MINNEOLA "Stephen
Kopp, born to be a
Trekkie/Trekker."
At least that is what his
Facebook page says and what
Kopp will enthusiastically tell
you upon entering his "man
room" filled with thousands
of pieces of "Star Trek" mem-
orabilia.
Kopp, 51, a Rapid City, S.D.
native, has been a collector
since 1967.
That was the year he
bought his first and still
favorite item a small plas-
tic "Star Trek" movie viewer
manufactured by Desilu
Productions. Kopp bought it
at Woolworth's for 79 cents.
Since then, he has pur-
chased 5,000 other items.
"I knew at a young age that
I loved 'Star Trek' and that
this stuff would become col-
lectible one day," he said.
Kopp and his wife, Dee
Strickland, have one room
dedicated to just a portion of
his collection. The rest is
meticulously packed away in
about 50 boxes.
"I could probably fill up a
2,000-square-foot house with
it all," Kopp said. "Sometimes,
I even forget what I have, so I
go through the boxes and it's
like Christmastime all over
again."
Dee, who has been with
Kopp since they met in col-
lege, said she hopes they can
one day buy a house with a
big enough room to display
her husband's entire collec-
tion.
"Some of the items he has
are really cool actually," she
said. "And Stephen, he's so
fun."
Items that are on display in
their house include a Franklin
Mint 25th anniversary model
of the Enterprise NCC1701
ship from the original "Star
Trek" series; a 12-piece, 24-
carat gold collection of
mounted first release
insignias; and hundreds of
Star trek novels, figurines,
signed posters, pictures, col-
lector plates, PEZ dispensers,
mugs, T-shirts, series-related
games and toys. Kopp also has
taped episodes of every "Star
Trek" show aired from 1986 to
the present, classic commer-
dcials and all.
He has every original Gold
Key comic book, and there
are binders filled with col-
lectible trading cards, includ-
ing a signed set, anniversary
sets, one complete with mar-
keting mistakes, and one that
forced Kopp to buy about 100
loaves of Wonder Bread while
in Canada before he could get
a full set.
"Sometimes, I do play with
my stuff," Kopp said. "I can
sit in my room and can beam
up the characters. But it's not
all about the collecting or
having the stuff, but the fun
of showing my collection to
people.
"I can invite people into
this room and we can all be
kids again for a little while,"
he said.
For every item in his room
that's out of the package,
Kopp said there's another in
its original packaging stored
away in a box.
Kopp, who has bachelor's


and a master's degrees in mass
communications, is a Navy
veteran. He and wife own a
cleaning business that they've
grown and worked together at
since 2005.
"For me, 'Star Trek' collect-
ing is a hobby not a lifestyle,
but I do love it," Kopp said.
"I used to be able to keep up
with all the items in the mar-
ket in the '80s, but now
there's just too much out
there to keep up with."
Even so, Kopp still looks
forward to the "Star Trek"
conventions and has about
eight complete "Star Trek"
uniforms to choose from
when attending.
One of his mosi
treasured costumes
is one that his
mother (now
deceased)
sewed for him
in 1975.
Kopp has
met most of
the "Star
Trek" actors
and has
almost every
one of the
750 episodes
memorized.
He credits
the "Star
Trek" com-
municators
for the
invention
of the
modern-
day cell
phone.
You
would-


n't be any kind of fan with-
out a full-size communica-
tor," Kopp said as he excited-
ly punched a button or two
to produce a laser-like sound
from it.
"And if you think about it,
'Star Trek' introduced the
communicator in 1967 and
now we have these flip-top
cell phones that look just like
them."
Kopp also likes to tell peo-
ple the difference between a
"trekkie" and a trekkerr" and
can cite "Star Trek" trivia to
no end.
The only time Kopp's
tone seems more _
.. S serious is when

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he's asked why he likes "Star
Trek" so much.
"I've lost my mom, dad, sis-
ter and brother to cancer," he
said. "I've seen so many
friends go their own way over
the years, lost some of my
buddies in the military, and
have had two previous mar-
riages come to an end. 'Star
Trek' has been the only con-
stant in my life."
And speaking of life, Kopp
said his will be ending "Star
Trek" style. To ensure that, he
has already purchased an
$8,000 "Star Trek" casket;
has picked out the cos-
time he'd like to be
Iuried in; has request-
ed "Star Trek" music
be played; and
I, i planned
,! open buf-
I. where
v everyone
can eat
and have
fun as
h e s
beamed
out of this
world.
"I've lived
I,, way all
im life, so I
ir.,ht as well
,I,. that
y..[y," he
iid of the
ilans. "I
gu \ .ess you
can say
I'll be a
hhappy
Corpse.


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FAITH CHAT


Crossroads Family Fellowship,
16913 Lakeside Dr., near
Montverde Academy, in
Montverde, will host singer,
songwriter, recording artist and
musician, Dennis Wilson from
San Antonio, Texas, 10 a.m.,
and 6 p.m., Sept. 19. Call
Crossroads Family Fellowship at
407-469-3927 for information.

Husband and Wife Comedy
Team Barnes & Miner
Appearing at 7 p.m., Sept. 24 at
Real Life Christian Church: A
one night-only appearance, at
the church, 1501 Steve's Road.
Tickets are $5 per person at the
door or in advance/online at
www.getreallife.com.

Two Churches With the Same
Goals: Windermere Union
Church, United Church of
Christ, 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road, in Windermere, has
announced that New Hope
United Methodist Church will
be leasing the facilities of
Windermere Union Church for
their services, Sunday school
and other activities beginning
on October 3. For information
call Windermere Union Church
at 407-876-2112 or visit
www.windermereunion.org.

Annual Fashion Show and
Luncheon: Bonefish Grill,
Winter Garden Villages in
Winter Garden, Nov. 10.
Fashions from Coldwater Creek.
Cost is $22.50 per person.
Contact Marlene Koslan at 241-
4222 or Sandy Langer at 244-


4745.


4-Night Nassau Cruise: The
Sisterhood of Congregation
Sinai in Minneola is planning
for a 4-night cruise to Nassau,
Nov. 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
nationwide, ongoing, non-prof-
it organization that offers gro-
cery relief to families 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.angelfoodmin-
istries.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., Mondays and Fridays.
Call 394-2753.

South Lake Presbyterian
Church Meals on Wheels: 9
a.m. to 12 p.m., Tuesday and
Thursday, reservations
required. Call 394-7905.

The FAITH Neighborhood
Center: seeking donations of
clothing, food, bed linens, blan-
kets, 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 neighbors with food,
prescriptions, and utilities. Call
429-2960.

Monday

N.O.W. Youth Group for
Middle/High School students: 7
p.m., The River Church, 796
Hook St., Clermont. Call 243-
7505.

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 243-7505.

Minneola Alliance Church:
prayer services, 7 p.m.,
Washington St. and Main Ave.
Call 394-2028.

Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church: worship serv-
ice, 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
foster 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. Call 243-7505.

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.congre-
gationsinai-clermont.org.

Free Friday Flicks: for families
and children grades 3-8, 7 to 9


p.m., every Friday. Edge
Memorial United Methodist
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Groveland. Call the church at
429-2572.

Sunday

Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: traditional
service, 9:30 a.m. and contem-
porary 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
service, 9 a.m., contemporary
service, 10:30 a.m., Widow to
Widow support group, 3 p.m.,
796 Hook St., Clermont. Visit
www.clermontriverchurch.com.

Shepherd of the Hills
Lutheran Church: worship serv-
ice, 8 a.m. and 10:15 a.m.,
Sunday school, 9 a.m., 13600
Caspian Lane, Clermont. Call
242-9519.

Woodlands Lutheran Church:
worship, 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-
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352-241-9909
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Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
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Sun. Worship (Contemporary) 9:30 am
Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am
Sun. High School POWERhouse 7-8:30 pm
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Tuesday Middle School POWERhouse
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Many Other Activities each '
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Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pasi
407-877-4048
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"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
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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


nts REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
"Helping Real People... Find Real Faith...
Worship Times
Saturday 6:00 pm
URCH Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
ig The EDGE (Children)
mosphere All Services
am Student Life Groups
week Sundays 9:30 am (Middle School)
rmont Sundays 11:15 am (High School)
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tor Wednesdays 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
nt.org 1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553

DECKER FUNERAL HOME
"Serving Florida Families Since 1957"
A Full Service Home -
Locally Owned & Operated
Ron Becker & Charles Becker, Funeral Directors
352-394-7121 MC
806 W. Minneola Ave., Clermont, FL


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 Caf6 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


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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




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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


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

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Ron Becker, Director
352-394-8228
921 S. US Hwy 27, Minneola, FL


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









Friday, September 17, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A9


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Massive renovations completed,

administrators show off changes

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tion, including the building that was once
the old Groveland High School built in 1937.
A historical marker was placed near Cherry
Street, signifying where the school once
stood.
Other buildings were completely gutted
and renovated, including the vocational
building, the media center, the auditorium,
which includes a newly constructed perform-
ing arts center, the gymnasium, which is now
the cafeteria, and the science building, which
is now the new custodial receiving and stor-
age building.
Every classroom includes state-of-the-art
equipment. The amenities include the school
mascot insignia on the gymnasium floor; the
Gray name worked into the checkered paint
that makes up the bleachers; baby changing
stations in the auditorium and bathrooms in
the gymnasium, a concession stand and a
greenhouse.
"It all looks brand new," Coggins said.
"You'd never even know what's actually new
and what was renovated. It's all so beautiful."



REMEMBERING


A HERO I
THERESA CAMPBELL
Staff Writer
U .S. Marine Staff Sgt.
Michael A. Bock's
love for his family
and his country
was evident during a mov-
ing memorial service and
video tribute on Monday
night at Morrison United
Methodist Church.
More than 100 family
members, friends and mili-
tary veterans paid their
respect to the 2002 Leesburg
High School graduate who
died Aug. 13 while serving
in combat in Afghanistan.
Sandra Bock said that she
and her husband, David,
have been deeply touched to
hear from fellow Marines
about their son's courage.
"Speaking to the people
that he was side by side with
in the war these great big
hunky Marines they
would break down and cry
on my shoulder and say
Michael was so courageous
and so giving," Sandra said.
"One after another would
say that Michael touched
them, or that 'He helped me
become the man that I am
today,' and 'He was my
mentor,' and it has been
words like that shared about
our son that has been uplift-
ing." 1
The Bocks also learned
that their son had been
involved in research towards
developing a vehicle that
helped protect the troops I
against IED explosive
devices.
"We didn't realize exten-
sively involved he was in it,"
she said. "I knew that he
was a wonderful man and I
knew that he was a wonder- T
ful father, but the courage
that I have learned about
him since his death has OPP
been amazing."
The mother said the out-
pouring of support has been N
a source of inspiration.


Coggins said the security is also top-notch.
No one can access any part of the school
without going through the administration
building. After hours, the gym and auditori-
um can be used for public events, but access
to other parts of the school is blocked.
Boyd said that teachers who have taught at
Gray Middle for 20 years didn't even recog-
nize the place when they reported for work
last month.
He also said that for the first time in many
years, the school campus has no portables,
yet has a capacity of more than 1,400 stu-
dents, equal to East Ridge Middle School in
Clermont.
"At one point, we had as many as 30 porta-
bles but now there's not one," Boyd said.
Coggins said the inclusion of faculty in the
decision-making process ensured "special lit-
tle touches" that mean the world to school
employees.
"It was really a great team effort and some-
thing the whole community can be proud
of," she said.





David and
Sandra
Bock,
Bock's
parents,
Tiffany, and
son Zander
hold his
photo after
his
memorial
service.
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ITPRESS


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
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Mixing drinks is not a good idea


ere's another, "just cause every-
one else is having fun doing
it...I can too!" article. This col-
umn is aimed not only at those
younger people looking for a good
time but also to all those who don't
realize they may be doing the same
things to their bodies.
So, here goes, according to an
Associated Press article last year: Just
one can of the popular stimulant ener-
gy drink Red Bull can increase your risk
of heart attack or stroke. The effect was
seen even in young people. The caf-
feine-loaded beverage causes blood to
become sticky, a pre-cursor to cardio-
vascular problems such as stroke. One
hour after drinking Red Bull, your car-
diovascular system becomes abnormal,
as might be expected from a patient
with cardiovascular disease. Red Bull is
banned in Norway, Uruguay and
Denmark because of health risks.
There are popular drinks out such as
the "Jager-Bomb" that mixes alcohol
with Red Bull. The combination is sup-
posed to give a different kind of high.
And in some cases this altered high is
actually death. Mixing these drinks has
been banned in New York and other
states due to a number of deaths of
younger people. Usually younger adult
bodies can tolerate stresses that we
tend to put on ourselves in our "bullet-
proof" period but we are not superhu-
man. As a matter of fact, there is an old
Chinese saying: "You can do anything
to your body before the age of
35...then after 35 you pay for every-
thing you did before." In this case,
some people are paying for it even
before they reach 35 years. The issues is
mixing alcohol, which is a depressant,
with Red Bull, which is a stimulant -
greatly confuses the body's biochem-
istry.
As I said, this practice is not limited
to the younger crowd, people of all
ages mix coffee with various drinks
such as Kahluah, Sambuca, Brandy and
etc. The difference is usually the coffee
and the alcohol used aren't as strong as


Michael Visconti
A.R, N.R
Natural Medicine


the stuff used in the "BOMB" type
drinks. However, it is still potentially
dangerous, especially since many of
you doing it are in the "after 35" cate-
gory. It is also potentially dangerous to
do the other common practice of
drinking while socializing or with din-
ner then finishing the night with cof-
fee, depending on the amount of alco-
hol consumed and the strength of the
caffeine in the coffee, tea or whatever
you're drinking.
Since I'm being a party-pooper any-
way: For those of you "adult social
drinkers" that think I'm talking about
someone else...drinking more than two
drinks for men and one drink for
women in one day is defined as excess
in most research studies. One drink is 6
ounces of wine,12 ounces of beer or 1
shot of alcohol in a mixed drink.
Drinking more than the this has been
linked to various serious health condi-
tions including heart disease and breast
cancer.
Back to the energy drinks. Sales are
growing exponentially due to the
stresses of modern life and everyone
trying do more, while sleeping less.
Energy drinks, including coffee, yerba
mate (a newcomer touted to be a
healthy tea from the amazon), soda
pop (the caffeinated kind) and even
the diet pills and drinks are all stimu-
lants to the body. They increase your
stress hormones such as cortisol, adren-
alin and nor-adrenalin. They also
mobilize sugar stores to help the quick
jolt you feel. Then, your body crashes,
requiring another quick fix of caffeine
and sugar to give you the energy again.
What they can also give are jitters, anx-
iety/depression, poor sleep, fatigue and
weight gain, yes, you heard that right,


weight gain. They can alter hormone
metabolism worsening PMS symptoms,
including excessive menstrual bleeding,
cramping, worsening hot flashes and
menopausal symptoms. They also can
increase blood pressure and worsen
chest pain.
Before you write me off as a puritan,
I do drink alcohol and coffee, both in
moderation, a few times a month. The
difference is I don't do them together
and I don't need either of them to
function physically or psychologically.
If you can't get going without your
morning coffee, wind down or socialize
without a drink at night, then you
should talk to someone because you
have an issue.
It takes a bit to break your body's
addiction/habit to the above but it can
be done and you will be much better
off for it. I was addicted to Coca-Cola
when I was in the military, drinking
eight cans a day at one point. I didn't
realize how revved up I was. I didn't
know any better then so I came off the
wrong way and did the cold turkey
thing.
Headaches, fatigue like you wouldn't
believe.
But, after two-weeks I felt fantastic. I
had more energy than I did drinking
all those sodas. I slept better, was able
to think clearly, wasn't hungry all the
time and my moods were stable. It was
the best thing I ever did for my health.
As with everything I write you can
choose to listen or not. Those of you
who are just plain stupid, if you don't
listen, are pregnant or already have car-
diovascular problems including high
blood pressure oh yeah, did I men-
tion it can worsen erectile dysfunction
too 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 con-
tact 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.


COMMUNITY
From A2


Reminiscing will be the
order of the evening, when
Sisters of Sound performs in
barbershop style at this fall
presentation, Jenkins
Auditorium, 691 W. Montrose
St., Clermont. Advance tickets
are $10 per person, and $12.
Call 407-230-0073.
October 21
Halloween Craft: for 0-4
years of age, 10:30 a.m.,
Minneola Schoolhouse Library,
100 S. Main Ave. in Minneola.
Call 432-3921.
October 23
1st Annual Oakland Park 5K
Run/Walk: October 23 at
Oakland Park, benefitting the
West Orange Junior Service
League. For information or
sponsorships visit www.oak-
landpark5k.com.
October 27
How Much Is Your Business
Worth: Local CPA and
Accredited Senior Appraiser
John Cento presents a public
outreach program on how to
determine the value of any
business, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.,
room 108, Cooper Memorial
Library, Clermont. Contact
Dennis Smolarek, 536-2275.
Halloween stories and cos-
tume parade: for 0-4 years of
age, 10:30 a.m., Minneola
Schoolhouse Library, 100 S.
Main Ave. in Minneola. Call
432-3921.
November 18
Eat Better for Less: Seminar,
10 a.m., Marion Baysinger
Memorial Library, 756 West
Broad St, Groveland, with Julie
England, UF/IFAS Lake County
Extension.
Ongoing
Angel Food Ministries: Non-
profit organization offers gro-
cery relief to families 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.angelfood-
ministries.com.
Teen Mops: a mentoring
program for girls who are
under 20 years of age and are
pregnant or already have a
child. The group provides
encouragement and
resources for young mothers
and their children. Free.
Contact December Hall at
241-9618 or email slteen-
mops@yahoo.com.
CPR Program: first Tuesday
each month, $15. Contact
William Harrison, Fire Captain
at 394-7662.
Minneola Market: 3 to 6
p.m., every Tuesday, Minneola
City Hall, 800 N. U.S. Highway
27. Visit www.minneola.us or
call 394-3598 ext. 229.
Groveland Farmer's Market:


2 to 7 p.m., every Friday, Lake
David Park, 450 S. Lake Ave.
Call 429-2141 ext. 231.
Downtown Clermont
Farmer's Market: 9 a.m. to 2
p.m., every Sunday, Montrose
St. Call 394-8618.
Cagan Crossings
Community Library: hours 10
a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday
through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4
p.m., Friday through Saturday
Cooper Memorial Library:
hours 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.,
Monday through Thursday, 9
a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday through
Saturday.
Marion Baysinger Memorial
Library: hours 10 a.m. to 6
p.m., Monday and
Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.,
Tuesday and Thursday; 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and
Saturday.
Minneola Schoolhouse
Library: hours 9:30 a.m. to
6:30 p.m., Monday through
Thursday
Angels of Mercy Thrift Store
and Food Pantry: store hours,
9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday
through Friday Food pantry
hours, 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.,
Tuesday through Thursday,
1330 Millholland Drive,
Clermont, behind Burger King.
Edge Memorial United
Methodist: Clothing Closet, 9
a.m. to 12 p.m., every
Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday, 441 S. Main Ave.,


Groveland. Call 429-8146.
New Beginnings Change
Boxes: New Beginnings has
placed change boxes in
banks, restaurants and retail
stores around the Clermont
area. Proceeds from the
change boxes will be used to
benefit recovery programs for
the homeless. For information
contact Sandy Williams at 404-
6946.
The Lake County Sheriff's
Office with the City of
Minneola: COPS, Citizens on
Patrol, is accepting applicants
for the program. Contact Sgt.
Steve Stevenson at 267-4701
or email
steve.stevenson@lcso.org.
SHINE (Serving Health
Insurance Needs of Elders)
needs volunteers in Clermont:
This program of the Florida
Department of Elder Affairs
provides free, unbiased coun-
seling to Medicare recipients,
helping seniors and those
soon to turn age 65. Free
training. Mileage expenses
reimbursed, lunch provided.
Basic computer and Internet
skills needed; bilingual per-
sons are encouraged to apply.
Call the Elder hotline today at
1-800-262-2243 for informa-
tion.
PreK Storytime: for 0-4
years of age, every
Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.,
Minneola Schoolhouse Library,


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Kilbury now Chief Fire Officer


David Kilbury, Assistant
Chief of Administration suc-
cessfully completed the
process that culminates in
him receiving the professional
designation of Chief Fire
Officer (CFO) in June 2010. He
is one of 702 CFO's worldwide
to achieve this professional
development designation. The
CFO application process con-
sists of many components
ranging from employment,
department demographics,
technical competencies and
letters of reference to profes-
sional development contribu-
tions, recognition, member-
ships and community involve-
ment. A team of peers evalu-
ate portfolios determining an
applicant's review for the
Commission on Professional


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Always like to be involved in the regional
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Mohamed Khan, featured
speaker at the AARP Lakes and
Hills Chapter meeting on
September 1 in Clermont. Khan,
who was born and reared in a
Muslim family on an island in the
British Guiana (South America) is
now an American citizen and
professional educator. He is
shown here addressing the AARP
Club on the topic "My life as a
Muslim in America," sharing
information he has gained from
practicing his religion and as a
resident teacher.
The next meeting of AARP
Chapter 5199 will be held on
Wed., Oct. 6 at 1 p.m. Contact
Peg at 242-0314 for information.
COURTESY PHOTO


Ladies listen to speaker from Stonecroft



A group of Christian ladies are -
engrossed in listening to a -
speaker from Stonecroft
Ministries, while enjoying a
gorgeous view of Lake Apopka.
Lunch was prepared by the chef
at the Tavern on the Ridge
Restaurant at the Sancturary
Ridge Golf Club in Clermont. Next
luncheon is September 20.
Contact Patricia Pearcy for
reservations at 243-1499.


COURTESY PHOTO


Beta Theta Donates


Beta Theta Esa Treasurer Rosetta
Shobe presented a check for
$500 to Martha Conley for the
Mike Conley Hospice House
recently. Also attending the
presentation are Beta Theta's
Carol Andrews, Joan Kyle and
Pinky Barbour.
The 25 member, philanthropic
group meets the second
Thursday of the month in
Clermont. Contact Toni Bell at
394-3175 for information.


COURTESY PHOTO


Cypress Ridge Elementary Terrific Kids


Terrific Kids for Cypress Ridge
Elementary, for Aug. 31: Bayley
Johnson, Regan Armstrong,
Robin DeWitt, Keith Robinson,
Robby Gonzalez, Megan Hand,
Gavin Jones, Gage Bonjorn,
Mackenzie Myers, Ryan Jensen,
Kristine Cabrera, Emo Cortes,
Gabriel Diamal, Jessica Blazek,
Carolyn Elliot, Chloe
Grozdanich, Joshua Weissman,
Riley Creech, Victoria Ortiz,
JoAnn Fleetwood, Shamar Yee,
Lauren Bronsonski, Syelinda
Kithome, Gregory Wellman,
Ashton Clark, Brandon Fauteux,
Michael Gonzalez, Shea Lewis,
Jaylen Hawkins, Merrily Arnold,
Jon Quickel, Brynna Hower,


Allison Sanders, Sam Mayuski,
Alexander Quevedo, Cassie
Schroer.


Principal Randy Campbell,
Assistant Principal Jan Nappi
and Kiwanian Connie Carlson.


Farewell to Cooper Memorial Library regional manager


On August 30, Clermont Friends of the Cooper Memorial
Library and friends, co-workers and members of the library
staff gathered for a buffet dinner at Sanctuary Ridge, with gifts
and farewell remarks, for Tracy Swank, the departing regional
manager at the Cooper Memorial Library who has served in
that role for five years. Swank has accepted a position in
Orange County.
Swank's steadfast leadership and her professional expertise
assured that the beloved Clermont library successfully weath-
ered the storm of transition and change during her tenure.
Taking the reins in 2005, she managed the reopening of the
site at the 8th and Minneola Avenue location after the library
had been closed for a year pending relocation. She oversaw
the moving and acquisition of the County Law Library from
Tavares to Cooper. Along with the staff she balanced a vital
library program in a very small temporary space, and through-
out the design process and building of the new library from
2007 to 2009, she navigated the many influences and devel-
oped lines of relationship with the partners in the establish-
ment of the current joint-use operation. She was personally
responsible for obtaining many of the donations that made
funding of the library a reality, and has guided the library
through its first year of stabalization.
In 2009 while working toward the opening of the library,
Swank managed two of the major libraries in the Lake County
system simultaneously.
From her arrival in 2005 and under her leadership, Cooper
Memorial Library, whether in its old 7000 square foot location
or its new 50,000 square foot location, has been consistently
the foremost Lake County library. Cooper has logged the most
traffic, serving well over 20,000 patrons a month, circulating
many thousands of books and videos in and out. The Youth
Services program served over 4000 children during the 2010
Summer Reading Program, with another 300 teens. She has
managed all this with friendly charm and clear-eyed manage-
ment and Clermont is indebted to her for her contributions.
Ms. Caryl Harris, currently the Senior Reference Librarian at
Cooper Memorial Library has been appointed as interim
regional manager until the process for recruiting a new librari-
an can be completed.
COURTESY PHOTO


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.
Caroline St. Call 242-4646.
Wednesday
South Lake Democratic
Club: 7 p.m., first Wednesday,
Kehlor Building, Clermont. Call
874-4741 or 242-9756.
Minneola City Council: 7
p.m., second and fourth
Wednesday, Minneola City
Hall. Call 394-3598.


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20 Years Ago 1990
The Lake County League of Cities held its
annual exhibitor's night at Mission Inn.
Twenty businesses in Lake and surround-
ing counties who do business with the various
14 cities manned displays and talked informal-
ly with their clients and officials from other
Lake County cities.
The guest speaker was Eric Smith,
Jacksonville Council member at Large, who is
also President of the Florida League of Cities.
He got applause when he stated the cities
deserve home rule and to be left alone to serve
their neighborhoods.
"The U.S. Government ought to treat the
cities as well as it treats the S&L's."
He stressed the importance of Amendment
3 passing. This is a constitutional amendment
that will stop the Florida Legislature from
passing bills which mandate spending pro-
grams on the cities without proper funding
from the state. This requirement is a law
already on the books that has been ignored to
now by the Legislature so the League is
attempting to make it a constitutional amend-
ment.
Smith's opinion of the current sessions was
"little money and little kind words." He
encouraged the local elected officials to stop
the bill that user fees come out of the trust
fund.
The South Lake officials attending were
Clermont Mayor Bob Pool, Clermont Council
members Ken Norquist and Ann Dupee;
Minneola Mayor May Griffith; Groveland
Councilmen Ken Averitt, Bob Maguire, Lewis
Hart and Bennett Allen and Groveland City
Manager S.C. Sherburne.
The Sumter Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Trustees are pleased to announce the appoint-
ment of James P. Duncan as manager of the
Cooperative.
Among the 45 employees of the Lake
County School System retiring this year (and
their years of service) are James E. Dawkins Jr.,
Clermont Junior High School, 25; Irene
Milnor, Clermont High, 20; Otheleo Clark,
Clermont High, 18; Katherine McRae,
Groveland High, 29; Audrey P. Newman,
Groveland High, 24; Evelyn Pace, Clermont
Elementary, 28; Mamie Pace, Clermont High,
20; and Barbara Wyckoff, South Lake
Educational Center, 19.
Walt Disney World has selected Robert Carl
Stalnaker of Groveland Middle School as a
"Dreamer and Doer."
School Board member Chip Deems official-
ly resigned his position on the Lake County
School Board. Deems plans to move his resi-
dence within the month to become eligible to
run against incumbent Don Bailey of
Groveland for the District 2 Commission seat,
which covers the western half of South Lake
County, previously held by Deems' father,
Lex Deems. When the elder Deems passed
away, Bailey was appointed by the Governor
to fill the remaining term and then won
reelection during the general election. Bailey
has indicated his intention of running for
another term on the Board of County
Commissioners.
Honor Graduates of Clermont High School
Class of 1990 are: Chris Baker, Jamey
Baysinger, Dana Blanks, Beth Bloss, Lona
Clark, Brett Clarke, Scott Johnson,
Salutatorian; Jennifer Perkins, Jason
Permenter, Marlin Register, Tracy Roehn,

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Pasta Vino combines


good food, good times


COURTESY PHOTO
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and much bigger home in Clermont's Hillside Terrace at 2400 U.S. South Highway 27.


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
"Good Food ... Good Friends
... Good Times."
That's the Pasta Vino experi-
ence owners Lori Pollock and
Robin Carrasco have aimed to
achieve for each customer
who's walked through the door
at their restaurant for the past
seven years.
The only difference now is
the location, since it has recent-
ly moved from its location in
downtown Clermont to a big-
ger and better space at the
Clermont Hillside Terrace, 2400
South Highway 27.
To get there, customers can
enter through Brogden or
Steve's Road.
"We are happy to see our cus-
tomers when they come in.
They are like family," Pollock
said. "We like to see everyone
enjoying themselves and hav-
ing a great time."
"And when they leave happy,
we feel even happier."


Pasta Vino Italian Restaurant
and Pizzeria prides itself on
using the freshest, best ingredi-
ents to create award-winning
pizza and Italian dishes at mod-
erate prices. Pasta Vino provides
a relaxing atmosphere with
superior customer service.
"At Pasta Vino you are our
guest. We appreciate you and
the opportunity to make your
visit a pleasurable one," Pollock
said on Pasta Vino's web site.
Everything at Pasta Vino is
made from scratch and not
only is the "Chicago-style"
pizza just that, but some of the
ingredients that top it actually
come from there.
Pollock said the pizza cheeses
and sausage are sent from
Chicago in refrigerated trucks.
"It's totally authentic,"
Pollock said.
The dough and sauces are
made from scratch and every
pizza is made to order, from the
thickness of the crust to the top-
pings.
"Our customers can pretty


much have their pizza any way
they want it, because it's mad(
to order," Pollock said.
In 2009, Pasta Vino was voted
the year's Best Pizza in Centra
Florida by "My City Eats" mag
azine.
"We were very excited and
honored," Pollock said.
Besides pizza however, cus
tomers can also choose from an
assortment of entrees and spe-
cialties, from .. l.1,jni and
chicken parmesan, spaghett
and Italian beef, fettuccine
chicken Florentine and lasagna
There are also many appetiz-
ers, salads and sandwiches to
choose from, and if Italian is
not your thing, then a Paste
Vino Burger may hit the spot.
"It's really nice. We did a
complete overhaul on the place
and not only is the food great
but the environment is happy
and beautiful," Pollock said.
At Pasta Vino, the kids are
taken care of too, with a special
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Wife and husband need to work


Talking

With Tori

Tori Kelley,
Ph.D

S l EAR TORI,


ver the last two years of our marriage,
I've gained 30 pounds. My husband says
he can't help it, but that I repulse him
and he is hence withholding his affection from
me. He doesn't want to make love to me or
even be affectionate with me in any way.
I think he is a "weightist," as he is racist
against fat people. He always makes comments


about them and almost didn't hire an awesome
candidate at work because of their weight. I
work long days most days and it's difficult for
me to work out. Although I have tried to lose
weight, it just isn't working. I take an anti-
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I am upset about my weight gain and under-
stand my husband wants his thin wife back; I
want that to. However, I am deeply hurt and
saddened by his attitude and he makes me feel
like he doesn't truly love me after all and that
he loves me only if I meet certain conditions.
His approach to my weight loss has been
condescending and belittling rather than
encouraging and supportive. I feel ugly enough
as it is without his attitude only making things
worse. Worst of all, we had been trying to have
a baby and now I am fearful that if I did get
pregnant he will have an affair or something


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compassion

Name: Dianne Silanskas Garvis
Hometown: I was born on October
24, 1960 in Baltimore Maryland.
Occupation: Full-time wife and
mom, part-time motivational speaker,
author, singer, co-founder of the Good
Neighbor Program and host of "The
Dianne Garvis Hour," heard daily 10
a.m., ZMaxradio.com
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the man of
dreams John
Garvis John is a
man who makes
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the most ethical,
kind and talented
man I have ever
known. John and
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Y blessed with two
e miracle children.
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born with a
smile and has- GARVIS
n't stopped for
14 years. Sarah is an incredibly creative
young lady and has a natural gift for
making people laugh. Gregory John is
- 12 years old and is just an amazing
young man with a Godly compassion-
ate heart. He is gifted with his daddy's
mechanical engineering talent.
i I am so very blessed by my parents,
Richard and Carmelita Silanskas. They
have been married for 54 years and are
- a true picture of "love, honor and
cherish till death do we part." My mom
s is my best friend and well ... daddy... I
a am still daddy's little girl.
My brothers Rick and Vince and their
a families all live here in Lake County.
e Only two of my nieces have moved
It away from Lake County. Even though I
y am the middle child, my brothers both
consider themselves my big brothers ..
e I can truly say they have my back.
S I am a very blessed girl!

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on her weight
because then I will be even heavier. I am so
unhappy and feel so insecure about myself, my
looks, and my marriage. Help what do I do
to overcome these deeply hurt feelings? He
won't go to couples counseling because he
thinks that it is a joke.
Signed,
Conditional Love
Dear Conditional Love,
Many people are under the impression that
once they get married, they can let themselves
go, because their spouse should love them any-
way, unconditionally, as God loves all people.
But people are human and have preferences,
opinions, and standards. Modern man is not
able to completely turn a blind eye and just
love a person for their insides. Exterior looks do
play a role in attraction.
Realistically, everyone changes a little over

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Steven Test, Karmon
Thornhill and valedictorian
Bryn Tyner.
Walt Disney World repre-
sentative Bob Kohl present-
ed scholarships to CHS sen-
iors Jennifer Perkins and
Tracy Roehn. Jennifer, who
will attend Clemson
University, received a four-
year, full-tuition scholar-
ship. Tracy, who will attend
Flagler College in St.
Augustine, received a four-
year, one-half tuition schol-
arship. Kohl noted
Clermont High was very
special to receive two out of
only 10 scholarships given
between California and
Florida, which both have
Disney parks.
Winners of $500 CHS
scholarships were Dana
Blanks, Bryn Tyner, Lona
Clark, Christopher Baker,
Jeff Filegar, Scott Johnson,
Paul Simmons, Mike Jones
and Brett Clarke. Scott
Johnson received a Wal-
Mart $1,000 scholarship. He
will major in photography
at Rochester Institute of
Technology in New York.
Delta Sigma Theta member
Aurelia Cole presented the
sorority's $500 scholarship
to Dana Blanks.
CHS Athletic Awards:
Burton Lee Outstanding
Athlete Awards, Beth Bloss
and Mike Jones. Award of
Merit and Mike Olivenbaum
Scholarship, Mike Jones.
Mike Shewey Scholar
Athletes, Chris Baker and
Tracy Roehn.
All State Awards: Mike
Jones, Football and Track;
Tonya Berry, Basketball
andTrack; Joe Presley, Track;
Devon Cole, Football.
Cheerleaders: Deanna
Willis, Kim McGuire, Lona
Clark (PRIDE), Sherry
McMaster, Mandy Summers,
Wendy Brooks, Candi
Walker and Jill Olah.


Winning scholarships
from the Clermont Garden
Club to attend the Save the
Earth's Environment
Through Knowledge (SEEK)
conference at Marineland in
St. Augustine are CHS stu-
dents Jennifer McCabe,
Leigh Ann Tucker, Christina
Lindgren and Jonathan
Stephens.
Clermont Junior High
School students receiving
FAME awards were: 6th
grade: Jennifer Barnard,
Thomas Baysinger,
Nathaniel Bishop, Ashley
Black, Christopher
Blackwell, Brandon Brown,
Julie Clemons Jamie Farris,
Starr Gladieux, Kelly
Graham, Lorraine Gunther,
Kelly Hatfield, Heather
Iserman, Robert Mitchell,
Kevin Phipps, Amy
Richards, Heather Richards,
Melissa Riddle, Holly
Schepman, Danielle Stone,
Kristin Watson and Alison
Weber; 7th grade: Robert
Armstrong, Lisa Beasley,
Jennifer Bori, Rana Boykin,
Eric Boylan, Sterling Chang,
Jennifer Cobia, Sabrina
Gwynn, Lynette Lish, Kelly
Mullins, Christine
Nesheiwat, Kristopher
Thieler, Natalie Washuta
and Tracy White;
8th grade: Christine
Filegar, Jonathan Green,
Shelley Hill, Santonio Isom,
Todd Ladd, Jennifer Mohr,
Brenda Nollmeyer and
Gregory Whitehead.
A brief crime spree that
started in Mascotte and
headed east on State Road
50 ended abruptly, thanks
to the cooperative efforts of
South Lake County law
enforcement officials and
the keen observation of
Clermont Office Eric
Jensen, who spotted and
apprehended an
Auburndale man as he
headed into Clermont.


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time, with wrinkles and new
medical conditions as we
age; this is to be expected
and accepted.
We are each responsible
for our health. We have to
stay well groomed and as
attractive as we can out of
respect to ourselves and to
our partners.
It doesn't sound like your
husband is realistic or
accepting about how people
evolve. I am sorry that he is
not more supportive about
your efforts, and that he is
not willing to work out
issues in counseling.
I believe that one sign of
a lasting marriage is when
both parties are willing to
admit their faults and actu-
ally work through them by
making changes, either as a
couple or with a therapist.
In this case, I can only tell
you to let him know how
hurt you feel when he
makes particular comments
and share details with him


What do you enjoy most about South
Lake County?
The rolling hills are what attracted my
parents to Montverde back in 1983 and
we have been here ever since. When
John and I were first married, we lived in
Leesburg. We moved to Clermont in 1996.
The Garvis family loves a peaceful drive
through the hills of Sugar Loaf Mountain
and romantic walks on the beach near
Historic Village downtown. Our kids have
always told us they love going to 'The
Little Town' for a family walk. The little
town they refer to is downtown
Clermont. They have compared down-
town Clermont to "Harrington" in the old
classic Disney movie "Pollyanna."
Name a person or incident you've
come across recently that's touched you
in some way. Why did this person or
incident impress you so much?
I will have to say my children Sarah
and Gregory this past winter as we were
walking the streets in Groveland and
Mascot handing out blankets to those in
need.
The tears my children shed in prayer at
night, the genuine concern for those who
would be sleeping out in the bitter cold -
was so pure. No judgment, simple and
pure compassion. They e-mailed all of
their friends asking for help ...help in
reaching out to our neighbors in need.


about what you are doing
to get healthy again. For
example: Reevaluating your
medication, workout rou-
tines and meal plans.
It is important that you
take responsibility. Talk to
your doctor about getting on
a different anti-depressant
that doesn't have weight gain
side effects. I know you said
you work long hours, but you
can't be too busy to exercise;
that isn't healthy; you need
to reevaluate your priorities.
At least do the math so
that you are not consuming
more calories than you are
actually burning. Getting
pregnant would not be wise
at this time as you need to
work through these prob-
lems with your husband. You
have only been married two
years. The newlywed time is
for hashing out problems
and figuring out how two
different individuals are
going to live together for the
rest of their lives without


killing each other!
You married a weightist,
you must have known his
feelings about weight before
you married him. You said
he makes comments all the
time, yet you married him
anyway. The truth is that
most people are weightists;
studies show that people pre-
fer to help and be with fit
people over fat ones.
Fatness is a condition that
is experienced with the eyes;
one can't help but notice
obesity. It is right out there,
hanging over waistbands,
pushing spandex to its limit.
Even the overweight person
notices and given the
chance would like to slim
down, thus the huge profit
in weight loss programs,
supplements, and equip-
ment. The bottom line is
that with the exception of a
true, diagnosable medical
illness, such as a thyroid
condition, staying fit is each
individual's responsibility.


GARVIS
From B1
Words that will ring forever in my heart is
those of my son Greg "Mom, did you see
their faces?" I responded "Whose faces?
"He said the faces of the people we hand-
ed the blankets to!
How does what you do contribute to
the welfare of the area? Name one of
your greatest accomplishments so far?
My husband and I founded the Good
Neighbor Program, Inc. in 1999. We felt
an urgency to reach out to neighbors in
need with a simple vision to touch lives
"one at a time." This vision has now
become a national movement as they
launched the first Share the Warmth
across America, Blanket Drive in
December 2007. The Good Neighbor
Program, Inc. has teamed the community
together to reach out to neighbors in need
from simple things like a food give away,
blanket drives and even extreme events
like Extreme Home make over.
We will not accept financial donations
of any kind. Our effort is to simply team
people and resources together to make a
difference.
What's something you've always
wanted to do but haven't yet?
When I was 15, my grandmother was
taking me on a birthday trip to Hawaii.
Tickets were purchased and clothes
bought. A few days before the trip, I
became very ill. The trip had to be can-


With a medical condition,
it is even more of a chal-
lenge, but getting fit can
improve one's health.
Research has shown that peo-
ple who become and stay
overweight have many
health complications, experi-
ence depression and low self-
esteem, and have shorter life
spans than those who are
physically fit.
You mentioned how
unhappy you are: Take con-
trol of your life by evaluating
what you need to do to
design your life in a way that
is pleasing to you. Once
you're happy with yourself,
hopefully your husband will
come on board, too.
To submit a question, go to
\www. CentralFloridaMentalHealth.
corn and click the "Talking with
Tori" icon. Tori Kelley, Ph.D., is a
licensed psychotherapist practic-
ing in Clermont. The contents of
this column are for informational
purposes only and are not meant
to be used as a substitute for pro-
fessional therapy.


celed. Now John and I often talk about
renewing our wedding vows on one of the
romantic islands in Hawaiian Paradise.
Often you will find me daydreaming in
front of the TV watching the Travel
Channel as they feature the beautiful
Hawaiian islands. I have learned to sing
the "Hawaiian Wedding Song" and
"Hawaiian Christmas Song" just in case I
am ever booked in concert there.
What advice would you give to peo-
ple who want to help out in the com-
munity?
The best advice I can give is pray that
your eyes and ears will open to hear and
see the needs of those around you. It
could be a co-worker, fellow student,
neighbor, family member or it might be
someone you read about in the paper or
hear about on the news. When you are
aware of a need, or hurting person, act on
the compassion that fills your heart. It
could be as simple as a note of encourage-
ment or offering a hand up. All I ask is
please act rather than observe. Find one
person whose life you can make a differ-
ence. Remember George Bailey in Frank
Capra's "It's a Wonderful Life" and the les-
son he learned when he saw the terrible
turn life took when he was removed. Be
the George Bailey in someone's life!


PASTA
From B1


menu just for them and a
chalkboard wall they can draw
on while waiting for their food.
The restaurant is open 4-9
p.m. Monday. On Tuesdays
through Sundays, Pasta Vino
opens at 11 a.m. with closing
hours that vary depending on
the season. There's also dine-in,


carry-out, delivery and catering
options.
Daily lunch specials start at
$4.99, with an Early Bird spe-
cial and Happy Hour from 4-6
p.m.
On Sunday, kids eat free
with an adult purchase. Seniors
and armed forces members


receive 10 percent off every day.
Uncooked pizzas are also
available for purchase if cus-
tomers would like to take on
the feat of cooking it them-
selves from home.
"We think all the food there
is good, but the pizza I think is
the best of any pizza around in


this whole area," said longtime
customer Randy Phillips. "I
would recommend Pasta Vino
to anybody. In fact, I do a lot."

For more information, call 352-243-
1222, visit www.pastvinopizza.com
or log onto the Pasta Vino page on
Facebook.


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The NFL


strikes


back
During the last century,
my friends and I often
would grab a couple of
six-packs, jam into whatever
station wagon could hold the
most people, and spend our
Sunday afternoons attending
an NFL football game. We
lived and worked in
Massachusetts then, but rou-
tinely would ignore our local
product to catch the likes of
Sam Huff or Chuck Bednarik
(I told you it was a long time
ago) doing things to running
backs and receivers that
would land them in jail in
these more sissified times.
But there were damn few of
us, relative to the size of the
stadiums we never came close
to filling.
And there was a reason for
that.
The games were almost
never televised, so that if you
wanted to watch the NFL,
you pretty much had to
become part of the turnstile
count. There were no instant
replay boards, so we missed
any number of crucial plays,
but it made no difference. We
were there for the entertain-
ment as much as for the
game itself. Most time, a few
fights would break out in the
stands (usually among Giants
and Eagles fans becoming
mutually abusive until an
exchange of blows seemed as
reasonable as it was pre-
dictable).
Again, in this more "civi-
lized" age, participants in
such brawls routinely are
rounded up and led away in
disgrace to the nearest
hoosegow. Back then, a round
of applause often would greet
a particularly spirited
encounter.
And now
Like most things, football
has undergone a number of
changes between then and
now, especially in the num-
ber of fans attending the
games.
By the end of Week 1 on
Monday night, roughly a mil-
lion fans will have trudged
(but few in the same states of
glorious inebriation once
thought to be required for
maximum enjoyment) from
parking lots to reserved seats
at NFL stadiums across the
country. And most of them
will be jostling to get a better
view of their favorite players
as part of a ritual that has
captured the imagination of
almost every fan not residing
in either Buffalo or
Jacksonville.
And so
But lately, I find myself
with a different agenda. More
than ever, I join friends slack
jawed in front of big-screen,
high-definition, surround-
sound enhanced televisions
offering the instant gratifica-
tion of the NFL's Red Zone -
which shows no commercials
and switches to the most
exciting game at any given
moment. I want to think that
most of us have enjoyed at
least part of this experience
and now recognize how
much better and less expen-
sive it is than making the
horribly expensive trek to the
stadium. Admission that used
to require $5 or a sponsor's
coupon now often costs $50
or more and stadium food
has made movie-theater own-
ers seem like pikers.
In 2009, the average family
of four spent about $413,
when you add in the $3 hot
dogs and $10 beers. (And, like


See HUNSBERGER, B8


South Lake,


KIMBERLY SARMIENTO
Special to the Daily Commercial
CLERMONT The
crosstown rivalry game
between the South Lake
Eagles and the East Ridge
Knights turned into the
longest running game in
each school's history as
South Lake fell to East
Ridge 17-7 Monday.
Nearly 72 hours after
Friday night's opening
kickoff, the Eagles
returned to the Dungeon
to see if sunny weather
would favor them better
than the lightning and
rainstorm did in the 6-A
district game.
No chance.
The Eagles still could-
n't find the secret to get-
ting past the Knights'
defensive line, with their
only scoring drive com-
ing on the first play of
the game a 50-yard
run up the middle and
into the end zone by
Steel Stewart.
East Ridge tied the
game in the second
quarter on Friday night
when quarterback Mike
Ferrera-Weed completed
a 25-yard touchdown
pass to Brian Mills. They
took the lead when
Randy Bergan pushed
into the end zone on the
rain-soaked field. The
extra point gave East
Ridge a seven-point
advantage with 3:30 left
in the third, but a daz-
zling lightning display
delayed the game's end-
ing until Monday.
After a weekend of
anticipation, the
Knights defended their
home field with tough
defense and chewed up
the clock on offense. A
21-yard field goal by
Justin Seaman with just
over one minute left in
the game provided East
Ridge a comfortable 10-
point lead. But the final
nail in the coffin came
when Kennar Johnson
intercepted a pass with
seconds left on the
clock, allowing the East
Ridge signal caller to
take a knee and end the
game.
In a tight matchup,
turnovers can make all
the difference and both
coaches recognized that
as the advantage that
gave East Ridge the vic-
tory.
East Ridge goes on the
road at Eustis on Friday.
Despite a solid game
against South Lake,
Coach Bud O'Hara said,

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17-7


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
South Lake quarterback Kris White drops back to pass as East Ridge's Brian Mills (25) closes in
before play was halted by lightning on Friday in Clermont.


KERI RASMUSSEN-BEKIER / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
South Lake's Steel Stewart (24) carries the ball through East Ridge's defense
in Clermont on Friday. East Ridge was leading 14-7 in the third quarter when
the game was suspended until Monday


South Lake tops First Academy in golf
FRANK JOLLEY and Austin Sprouse carded match- playoff hole to give South Lake a
Staff writer ing 40s as East Ridge remained sudden-death victory against
GROVELAND Dereck Drozdyk unbeaten in three matches. Tavares at Sarabande.
, th c.h T k.i, Hioh Si 1 Leesburg (0-2) was led by Alex Both teams fired identical 167s in


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boys golf team to a 157-211 win
against First Academy of Leesburg
Sept. 9 at Green Valley Country
Club.
Drozdyk carded a 1-over 37 and
got help from Austin Drawdy, who
fired a 38 over the undulating lay-
out in the hills of south Lake
County.
First Academy of Leesburg (0-3)
was led by Scott Williams, who shot
a 43.
CLERMONT Josh Buoni fired an
even-par 36 to lead East Ridge to a
155-239 win against Leesburg at
Legend's Golf and Country Club.
Michael Cecelia backed up Buoni's
effort with a 39, and Jeremiah Buoni


Gerrard with a 53, followed by
Brandon Deaton and Mark
Dearwester with 61s, and Tyler
Brandenburg with a 64.
CLERMONT Frank Crisante and
Josh Buoni shot matching 38s to
lead East Ridge to a 158-185 win
against Mount Dora at Legends Golf
and Country Club.
Michael Cecelia carded a 30 and
Austin Sprouse fashioned a 42 for
the Knights (4-0).
Nolan Gonzalez fired a 41 to lead
Mount Dora. Dylan Drumm added a
43 and Conner Ingalls carded a 44.
TAVARES Austin Drawdy
drained an eagle on the second


regulation play.
South Lake (2-0) was led by
Drawdy's 39, followed by Dereck
Drozdyk.
Tavares (1-2) was led by Dylan
Deemer with a 39.
CLERMONT Josh Buoni's even-
par 36 helped East Ridge remain
unbeaten in five matches with a
153-183 win against Eustis at
Legends Golf and Country Club.
Jeremiah Buoni and Michael
Cecelia shot 38s for East Ridge and
Austin Sprouse added a 41.
Johnny Jones led Eustis (2-3) with
a 44, followed by Lee Porter with a


21


Frank
Jolley
Columnist


Let the

coaches

coach, the

players play
he most creative foot-
ball minds in Lake
and Sumter counties
weren't on the sidelines
during last week's season-
opening games.
If the vocal minority at
Friday's East Ridge-South
Sumter game was any indi-
cation, our area's top grid-
iron genuises are in the
grandstands, making per-
sonnel decisions and dis-
secting gameplans.
The dark side of fanati-
cism, apparently, will be
out in full force again this
season.
As I've said countless
times in the past, I feel
bad for the players and
coaches who put so much
time and effort into mak-
ing Friday Night Lights so
special.
I should've been expect-
ing to hear the second
guessers, many of whom
have never tried to coach a
football team or break
down videotape for an
upcoming opponent. They
watch games on television
and listen to the talking
heads analyze every action
and reaction.
Never mind that many
never suited up after play-
ing in Pop Warner or high
school. The closest most of
them ever got to college
football was the retaining
wall behind the home-
team bench.
Still, they're experts -
more so than East Ridge
coach Bud O'Hara and
Inman Sherman, O'Hara's
counterpart at South
Sumter.
Nevermind that O'Hara
and Sherman have more
than 65 years of head-
coaching experience
between them. It doesn't
matter that O'Hara won a
championship in
Mississippi and Sherman
has turned the Raiders
into one of state's most
tradition-rich programs.
Between them, the two
coaching legends have
won more than 400 games,
but I guess that's also a
moot point.
"Joe Warehouseworker,"
with his three hours of
"experience" in front of
the television every
Saturday and Sunday is
supremely more qualified
to coach a high school
football team, at least in
his eyes.
And, if that's true, I'm
proclaiming myself to be
the next Grantland Rice.
South Sumter's naysayers
were out early against the
Knights. On the Raiders'
opening possession, their
quarterback tossed a pair
of incomplete passes to
take the steam out of a
potential scoring drive.
After the second incomple-
tion, one expert voice bel-
lowed from the anonymity
of the cheap seats, "Get
him out of there!"
After two passes.
In the first six minutes
of the first quarter in the
first game of the season.
Later on, the same quar-
terback tossed a 10-yard
touchdown pass in the
third quarter and the
home side of the stadium
erupted in cheers. It's safe
to assume that "Bleacher
Lombardi," who wanted to
end the signal-caller's


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CLUB NOTES


The 18 hole Ladies Group
of the Green Valley Country
Club opened their 2010-11
season on Sept. 9 with a
scramble team event, fol-
lowed by a monthly lunch-
eon and business meeting.
With 20 ladies participating,
the winners of this event
were: 1st Place: Mary
Butterworth, Marsha Ross,
Jane Jackson and Barbara
Boyd; 2nd Place: Alma
Clark, Kathy Hubbell, Sue
Cerelli and Ro D'Ambrosia;
3rd Place, Bert HejI, Theresa
Schmidt, Esther Giittinger
and Teresa Morgan.
Morgan, Dana Miller,
Butterworth and Jackson
- were welcomed as new
players in the group.
Membership is open to all
women golfers in the area.
Membership in the Country
Club is not necessary.
Contact Lucille Gross at
Igrossl0@cfl.rr.com for
information.
Ongoing
Mom's Club: Call 536-
1219.
Alpha Delta Kappa
Sorority: Call 243-9310.
Monday
American Legion Post 55:
Second Monday, W. Desoto
Street, Clermont.
Friends of the Cooper
Memorial Library: 5 p.m.,
fourth Monday. Call 536-
2275.
Mops II: 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., first and third
Monday, Church at South
Lake, 332 Mohawk Road.
Call 536-1844.
Mops I: 9:30 to 11:30
a.m., second and fourth
Monday, First United
Methodist, 950 Seventh
Street, Clermont. Call 407-
451-1222.
Positive Thinkers Club: 6
p.m., third Monday, Holiday
Inn Express, 1810 S. U.S.
Highway 27, Clermont. Call
223-6782.
Teen Mops: 5:30 to 8
p.m., second and fourth
Monday, First United
Methodist, 950 Seventh St.
Call 321-206-8655.
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.
South Lake Christian
Women's Club: 11:30 a.m.,
third Monday, Sanctuary
Ridge clubhouse, 2601
Diamond Club Dr.,
Clermont. Call 206-7111.
Tuesday
American Legion Post 55:
7 p.m., third Tuesday, 1063
Desoto St. Call 394-4472.
American Legion Post
239: 7 p.m., second
Tuesday, Post Bldg.,
American Legion Road,
Mascotte.
Auxiliary Club of the
National Organization of
Hadassah: 12 to 1:30 p.m.,
second Tuesday, Perkins
Restaurant, State Road 50
and Citrus Tower Blvd.,
Clermont. Call 243-9622.
Clermont Garden Club:
Green Thumb Circle, 9:30
a.m., second Tuesday,
Clermont Garden Center,
849 W. Ave.
Clermont Garden Club:
Sandspurs Circle, 9:45 a.m.,
third Tuesday, Clermont
Garden Center, 849 West
Ave.
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 Tops 464: 5:45
p.m., South Lake
Presbyterian, 131 Chestnut
St. Call 217-1258.
Clermont Woman's Club:
1 p.m., Visit www.clermont-
womensclub.com for infor-
mation or contact Debbie
at 429-3797, or Kathleen at
241-4437.
Cooper Memorial Library
Book Club: 6:45 p.m., third
Tuesday, 821 Minneola St.,
Clermont.
Democratic Hispanic
Caucus: 7 p.m., second
Tuesday, 466 W. Minneola
St., Clermont. E-mail
Lakecountyhispaniccaucus
@gmail.com.
Green Valley Ladies Nine
T Niners: 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.


H.I.N.T: Healthcare
Industry Networking Team,
11:30 to 1 p.m., Carrabba's
Restaurant, 2240 E. S.R. 50
in Clermont, first Tuesday.
Call 406-8465.
Mops 4: 9:30 a.m., first
and third Tuesday, Real Life
Christian Church, 1501
Steves Road, Clermont. Call
394-3553.
Moose Lodge bingo: 7
p.m., 17355 N. U.S. Highway
27, Clermont. Call 394-
5936.
Seniors Singles Card
Club: 1 p.m., third Tuesday,
Kehlor Building, 466 W.
Minneola Ave., Clermont.
Sisters of Sound: 7 p.m.,
Community Foundation
Building, 2150 Oakley
Seaver Blvd., Clermont. Call
321-276-3123.
South Lake Bass Anglers:
6:30 p.m., second Tuesday,
Holiday Inn Express. Call
396-6381.
South Lake Rotary: 7
a.m., The Wesley 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.
Wednesday
AARP, Chapter 5199: 12
p.m., first Wednesday,
Kehlor Building. Call 242-
0314.
South Lake Democratic
Club: 7 p.m., first
Wednesday, Kehlor Building.
Call 242-6541.
South Lake Philosophers
Club: 6:30 p.m., second and
fourth Wednesday, Kehlor
Building. Call 242-2333.
Writers group: 1 p.m.,
second and fourth
Wednesday, 821 W.
Minneola St.
Clermont Garden Club:
Hibiscus Circle, 849 W. Ave.
9:30 a.m., second
Wednesday.
Kings Ridge Masonic: 8:30
a.m., second Wednesday,
Perkins Restaurant, State
Road 50 and Citrus Tower
Blvd. Call 241-4530.
Clermont Downtown
Partnership: 8 a.m., third
Wednesday, St. Mathias on


Montrose, Clermont.
Computer users: 1 p.m.,
third Wednesday, Cooper
Memorial Library, Clermont,
second floor conference
room. www.rootsweb.com.
Korean Veterans Chapter
188: 1 p.m., third
Wednesday, James White
Center, Groveland. Call 863-
609-5112 or 243-3257.
Marine Corp League Sgt.
I.W. Hatcher Jr. DRT 1120: 6
p.m., third Wednesday,
Clermont Bowling Center.
Visit www.mcl1120.org.
Thursday
American Legion Post 55:
Bar bingo, 6 to 8 p.m.,
Clermont.
Chess Club: 6 p.m. to 11
p.m., Kehlor Building. Call
394-6280.
Clermont/Minneola Lions:
12 p.m., Sanctuary Ridge
Clubhouse. Call 394-3026.
The Groveland Writers'
Group: 6:30 p.m., Marion
Baysinger Library,
Groveland. Call 429-9154.
JUKE BOX: Doowop-
Acappella Singing Group, 7
p.m., Kings Ridge
Clubhouse. Call 536-1466.
Kiwanis of Minneola: 5
p.m., All Care Animal
Hospital, 504 S. U.S.
Highway 27, Minneola.
South Lake Kiwanis: 7:30
a.m., Sanctuary Ridge
Clubhouse. Call 407-469-
2487.
South Lake Arts League
Poets: 10 a.m., first
Thursday, Arts League
Gallery, 776 Montrose St.,
Clermont.
Groveland/Mascotte
Lions: 7 p.m., second and


fourth Thursday, Groveland
Senior Center, 142 East Mill
St., Groveland. Call 429-
1133.
Groveland Masonic Lodge
190: 7:30 p.m., second and
fourth Thursday, 320 Jim
Payne Road, Groveland.
The Bell Club: 10:45 a.m.,
second Thursday, Christian
Life Center. Call 394-3347.
Clermont Garden Club:
Hummingbird Circle, 9:30
a.m., second Thursday, 849
West Ave.
Pastfinders of South Lake:
5 p.m., second Thursday,
Cooper Memorial Library,
Clermont, conference
room. Call 394-6336 or 242-
9805.
Clermont Positive
Thinkers: 6 p.m., third
Thursday, Holiday Inn, 1810
S. U.S. Highway 27,
Clermont. Call 223-6782.
Marine Corps League,
South Lake Detachment
1120: 7 p.m., third Thursday,
American Legion Hall, 1063
Desoto St. Call 407-721-
3530.
Friday
American Legion Post 55:
Open mic, 8 to 11 p.m.,
Clermont.
Tomoka Chapter of the
DAR: 10 a.m., first Friday,
Kehlor Building, Clermont.
Call 407-469-3244.
Friends of Minneola
Library: 10 a.m., second
Friday, Minneola
Schoolhouse Library,
Minneola. Call 423-3921.
Saturday
American Legion Post
0239: Breakfast, 8 to 10
a.m., American Legion


Road, Mascotte.
American Legion Post 55:
Bingo, 6:30 p.m., Clermont.
The Chess Club: 10 to 6
p.m., Kehlor Building. Call
394-6280.
South Lake Arts League: 1
p.m., first Saturday, South
Lake Arts League Gallery,
776 Montrose St., Clermont.
Clermont pet therapy: 2
to 3 p.m., fourth Saturday.
Call 243-2098.
Sunday
Scrabble Club: 1 p.m.,
Kehlor Building, Clermont.
Call 348-3879.
South Lake Atheists and
Freethinkers: Second and
fourth Sunday. Visit
www.atheists.meetup.com.
Sons of the American
Legion: 12 p.m., second
Sunday, American Legion
Post, 1063 Desoto St.,
Clermont. Call 394-4472.

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Tuesday
League orientation meet-
ing: 6:30 p.m., Minneola City
Hall Gym. Volunteer coach-
es are needed. Call 394-
3598, ext. 227.
Fit-n-Fun program: 4:30 to
5:30 p.m., Tuesday 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 condi-
tioning drills. Minneola resi-
dents, $25, non-residents,
$35. Contact Frank Girardi
at 987-6740 for information
or to register.
Sept. 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 and $50
for non-residents. Call the
Minneola Recreation
Department at 394-3598,
ext. 227 for information or
registration.
Ongoing
Senior Men's Softball
League: Seeking experi-
enced players ages 55-plus
for Monday and Thursday
morning league. Call 243-
1205.
City of Minneola: Open
gym, 7:45-9 a.m., Thursday-
Friday. Call 394-3598 ext.
229.
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.
Adult pickup coed volley-
ball program: 6:30-9:30
p.m., city of Minneola gym.


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September 18
Maximized living makeover:
10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. United
Church of Christ, 10710 Park
Ridge-Gotha Road in
Windermere. Dr. Colton
Kaminski will lead the
makeover. Free event with
reservations by calling 407-
292-0909.
September 21
Free Yoga Classes at the
Cooper Memorial Library:
Noon to 1 p.m., 2525 Oakley
Seaver Dr. Clermont, bring a
Yoga mat or towel. Contact
Dennis Smolarek 536-2275.
September 24
Equine Podiatry Day: Equine
Veterinary Services, 19801
C.R. 561 in Clermont.
Appointments available with
Dr. O'Grady and Dr. Jones.
Bring your horse and your far-
rier with you for a one-on-one
consultation. Call the clinic for
available times at 241-0383.
Visit www.floridaequine.com
for information.
September 30
South Lake Hospital's
September Health &Wellness
Series: Women's Health during
Pregnancy will be the topic, 6
p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the
National Training Center, 1935
Don Wickham Dr., Clermont,
free event. Call 394-4071 for
information and to register.
October 2
5th Annual Afternoon Tea:
Celebrating Women's Health,
1 to 4 p.m., Oct. 2, First United
Methodist Church, 950 8th St.
in Clermont. Tickets $15 per
person. Call 394-8401.
October 7
A NAMI Family to Family
Education Program will be
held at South Lake Hospital's
in October: 12-week program,
National Alliance on Mental
Illness (NAMI) Family to Family
Education program, 7 to 9
p.m. at the National Training
Center, Clermont. Call 800-
482-6847 to register.
Ongoing
Breastfeeding Workshop:
sponsored by South Lake
Hospital. Call 241-7109 to reg-
ister.
Cardiac Rehabilitation


Program: for cardiac patients
who have suffered heart
attack, have stable angina or
who have had heart surgery
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. 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, 7
p.m., Thursdays. Windermere
Union Church, 10710 Park
Ridge-Gotha Road in
Windermere. Visit www.nara-
nonfl.org, 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, and coun-
seling, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
Monday to Friday, 1203W. S.R.
50, Clermont. Contact Eddie
Judge at 242-0257.
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Sumter Hotline: 753-5800.
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Anonymous: 9 to 10:30 a.m.,
Blessed Sacrament Catholic
Church, room 4, 720 12th St.,
Clermont. Call John or Bob
863-422-0389.
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.
Hallelujah Acres:
Diet/Lifestyle Support Group
meets first Monday of every
month, 10 a.m. HADL Support
Group is a non-denomination-
al Christian ministry that pro-
vides education, products,
services and resources to
help people understand and


practice God's way to ultimate
health. Call 394-7702.
Tuesday
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Foundation: support group, 7
to 9 p.m., second Tuesday, 927
7th St., Clermont.
Greater South Lake Area
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p.m., third Tuesday, Cooper
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to 1 p.m., frist Tuesday of the
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HUNSBERGER
From B4


JOLLEY
From B4


the movies, don't even think
about bringing your own food
or beverages to the game.)
Perhaps as a result, atten-
dance at NFL venues as a
whole is down for the sec-
ond consecutive year. OK,
it's not much of a drop
(some 2.4 percent last year if
a recent story in USA Today
is to be believed), and the
current recession is probably
to blame for most of it -
but still, the billionaires who
control the game must
worry that greed apparently
has an actual upper limit.
What's next?
NFL Commissioner Roger
Goodell, whose job it is to
ensure that the owners make
as much money as possible,
has thought about this prob-
lem and come up with a
solution.


"(Large screen TVs) make
for a great experience," he
said recently, "but it's terrific
to be in our stadiums. And
we have to bring technology
to our stadiums and make
that experience better."
Not surprisingly, Dallas
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones
was the first to subscribe to
the new gospel of greed by
providing his $1.2 billion
stadium with an overhead
HD video that overnight
changed the definition of
"state of the art."
Here in Florida, the Miami
Dolphins now issue hand-
held "FanVision" video
receivers to their season tick-
et holders. This enables
them catch everything that
happens on the field (which
is, of course, just one more
reason most of us stay home
on Sunday). Still, it's another
nice touch.


But the Europeans remain
in the technological fore-
front.
Soccer fans throughout
the continent are being
treated to a technological
marvel from Cairos
Technologies that involves
running an electrical fila-
ment underneath the goal
line. The filament creates a
magnetic field that can
detect sensors built into the
ball and determine when it
has, or has not, crossed the
goal.
I don't know if this particu-
lar enhancement will bring
back the NFL's lost fans but I
suspect we couch potatoes
soon will be paying for it at
home.
Don Hunsberger is a sports
columnist for the South Lake
Press. E-mail donhunsberger@dai-
lycommercial.com.


ROUNDUP
From B4


45. Christian Mota shot
a 47, as did Kyle Rickerson.
Girls Golf
GROVELAND Hope
Leimberger shot a 50 to
earn medalist honors, lead-
ing Mount Dora to a 231-
255 win against South Lake
at Green Valley Country
Club.
Chelsea Croteau led
South Lake with a 53.
Sara Leimberger added a
54 for the Hurricanes.
Volleyball
SOUTH LAKE Eustis got
11 kills from Mandy
McDade in a 3-1 win Sept.
7 against South Lake.
Game scores were 25-14,
25-19, 18-25, and 25-10.
McDade also contributed
15 blocks, nine service
points and four service
aces.
Kayla Sullivan added two
kills, seven blocks and 17
service points for the
Panthers.
South Lake was led by
Erika Gaul with 13 kills
and Emily Baty, who had
13 digs.

TAVARES Erika Gaul's
24 kills led South Lake to a


3-1 win against Tavares.
Game scores were 25-17,
25-23, 19-25, 25-20.
Shelby Mathews con-
tributed 32 assists for the
winners and Emily Baty
added 11 kills.
Tavares was led by
Shelby Smith's 16 kills and
15 digs. Rachel Grether
added 14 kills and 11 digs.
Bowling
CLERMONT Nick
Zeitler paced Eustis'
unbeaten boys team to a 3-
0 win against South Lake at
the Clermont Lanes.
In girls play, Katie Stark
rolled a pair of 200-plus
games (203, 205) to lead
the Eagles (3-0) to a 3-1
win against the Panthers
(1-2).
Zeitler rolled high games
of 235 and 231 to lead the
Panthers (3-0).
Mike Edwards rolled a
177 high game for the
Eagles (1-2).
Kahlishia Bryant rolled a
144 for the Eustis girls
team.
M E
MOUNT DORA Carley
Allen rolled a 181 to lead
the Mount Dora (1-1) girls


team to a 3-0 win against
Mount Dora Bible.
Annette Miller's 152
paced Mount Dora Bible
(0-2).
In boys play, Blake
Eldridge rolled a 254 for
Mount Dora Bible and
Casey Walden hurled a
188.

College Volleyball
LEESBURG Lake-
Sumter Community
College got a combined 21
assists from Tawnee
Hoagland and Jeassica
McGregor to lead the
Lakers to a 3-0 win against
Florida Christian College
at the Everett Kelly
Convocation Center.
Game scores were 25-7,
25-19, and 25-15.
Hoagland had 11 assists
and McGregor had 10 and
five digs.
Victoria Parks added six
kills, Mandy Brennan had
five kills, and Bryeona
Creech had five kills and
two digs.
Paola Rojas contributed
seven digs, as did
Stephanie Hebert.


season after only two passes, was among
the boisterous throng, albeit with a sar-
castic smirk on his face.
I moved to the East Ridge sidelines in
the third quarter and learned that South
Sumter wasn't the only team with fans
who consider themselves to be coaching
legends.
As the Knights defense battled to pre-
serve a five-point lead, one fan began
offering his expertise to O'Hara and team.
"You guys have to work on that pass
defense," the authoritative-sounding
voice yelled almost as if it were an audio-
tape looped to run continuously.
Apparently, the Urban Meyer wannabe
was more interested in yelling than
watching. In the fourth quarter, East
Ridge limited South Sumter to 2 of 10
passing for 23 yards. Over the final eight
minutes of the game, the Raiders com-
pleted only one pass for 10 yards.
Perhaps my standards are too low, but
that seems like pretty solid defense to
me.
So what's the point here?
Why am I harping on this point ...
again?
Because more and more people seem to
believe that a $5 ticket to a game is a
license to berate players, coaches and
officials.
It doesn't.


A ducat affords admission for the pur-
poses of cheering for your son, daughter,
or favorite team, and the chance to grab
some cheap eats at the concession stand.
If you want to boo the opposition, that's
fine, as long as it doesn't get mean spirit-
ed or nasty.
It does not give you right to create ani-
mosity by yelling for players to be pulled
from a game trust me, if a coach feels
that needs to be done, he'll do it. They
don't need a bystander in the grand-
stands advising them, their staffs or their
players.
As for coaching accumen, I've said it
before and I'll say it again. If you can do
a better job, get out of the recliner and
go do it!
The men and women who coach our
area's student-athletes aren't doing it for
the money they get only supplemental
pay for their time and effort. They coach
because they want to help student-ath-
letes achieve their dreams.
Get off their backs and let them do
what they enjoy doing!
If you don't, your sideline expertise will
almost certainly be needed to replace the
coaches you chase away.
Frank Jolley is a columnist for the South Lake
Press. Contact him at frankjolley@dailycommer-
cial.com.


VOLUNTEERS CALENDAR


ACS Road to Recovery:
Answer phones, stuff
envelopes, secure drivers,
manage scrapbooks, and
other duties. Call 326-9599
ext. 112.
Angels of Mercy Thrift Store
and Food Pantry: Volunteers
as well as donations needed
urgently for four hour shifts.
Call 394-4094.
Building Blocks Ministries:
Help adults with developmen-
tal disabilities. Call 536-9264.
Community Emergency
Response Team: Assist local
authorities during times of
natural or manmade disasters.
Email mpeterson.florida-
guard@yahoo.com.
Florida LAKEWATCH:
Monitor local lakes with boats.
Call 800-525-3928.
Friends of Lake Louisa State
Park: Assist with accounting,
website and newsletter. Call
468-6329 or go to www.flori-
dastateparks.org.
Give a Kid a Backpack
Foundation: Help with mailing,


packing and events. Call 877-
452-7225.
Long-term care ombudsman
program: Nursing homes,
assisted living facilities and
adult family care homes. Call
888- 831-0404 or visit
www.ombudsman.myflorida.c
om.
Max's House: Help in educa-
tional areas, music, art,
fundraising, research and pro-
motion. Also need mentors
and cooks. Call 243-1628.
Ronald McDonald House:
Provide a home away from
home for families faced with a
medical crisis for a child. Call


407-898-6127.
South Lake County Historical
Society: Donate pictures of
historic Clermont or South
Lake County. Mail pictures to
PRO. Box 121723, Clermont, Fl.
34712. Visit www.southlakehis-
toricalsocietycom or contact
Louise at 394-1453 or at
Dolores 394-1390.
Superior Residences of
Clermont: Offer time, love and
experience to enrich the lives
of residents. Training provided.
Call 394-5549.
Trout Lake Nature Center in
Eustis: Variety of activities. Call
357-7536.


RAIN
From B4


"We just gotta keep getting better at everything -
every position."
South Lake, now 1-1, will host the Leesburg Yellow
Jackets, who put up 61 points against Mount Dora on Friday.
"What I told my kids is this is going to hurt, but we don't
have time to let it get us down," said Coach Walter Banks as
prepared to return home to prepare for the upcoming game.


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003 Legal
Notices

N THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2010-CP-000734
IN RE: ESTATE OF
JACK E. LLOYD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The Summary Administra-
tion of the estate of Jack E.
Lloyd, deceased, whose
date of death was February
4, 2010 and whose social
security number is
366-34-6780 is pending in
the Circuit Court for Lake
County, Florida, Probate Di-
vision, the address of which
is 550 West Main Street,
P.O. Box 7800, Tavares, FL
32778. The names and ad-
dresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the per-
sonal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is re-
quired to be served must
file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER
OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE


003 Legal
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TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the de-
cedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION
733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED
TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this notice is September
17, 2010
Merideth C. Nagel, Esq.,
Florida Bar Number:
0113141
MERIDETH C. NAGEL, P.A.
450 East Hwy 50, Suite 4
Clermont, Fl 34711
(352) 394-7408 (telephone)
(352) 394-7298 (facsimile)
Personal Representative:
Robert V. Lloyd
9961 North Higgins Lake
Road
Roscommon, Michigan
48653
Ad. No: 00236835
September 17 &24, 2010


003 Legal
Notices
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
2010-CP-1150-WL
CLARENCE ROBERT
ULMER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of CLARENCE
ROBERT ULMER, de-
ceased, whose date of
death was August 3,
2010, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Lake
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of
which is Post Office Box
7800, Tavares, Florida
32778. The names and
addresses of the per-
sonal representatives
and the personal repre-
sentatives' 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.


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Notices

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
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of September 10,
2010.
Personal Representa-
tive:
CRAIG LAYNE ULMER
241 Golden Circle
Cookeville, Tennessee
38506
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DENNIS L. HORTON
Attorney for CRAIG
LAYNE ULMER
Florida Bar No. 187991
Dennis L. Horton, P.A.


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900 West Highway 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Telephone:
(352)394-4008
Fax: (352)394-5805
E-Mail:
dennishorton@aol.com
No: 00235509
Sept.10 & 17, 2010

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR LAKE COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
2010-CP-1195-LS
LOUISETTE BIRON
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of
the estate of LOUISETTE
BIRON, deceased,
whose date of death
was August 18, 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 representatives
and the personal repre-
sentatives' 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-


003 Legal
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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
CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER
THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publica-
tion of September 17,
2010.
Personal Representa-
tive:
NELSON BIRON


003 Legal
Notices
17800 Earth Star Lane
Groveland, Florida
34736
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
DENNIS L. HORTON
Attorney for NELSON BI-
RON
Florida Bar No. 187991
Dennis L. Horton, P.A.
900 West Highway 50
Clermont, FL 34711
Telephone:
(352)394-4008
Fax: (352)394-5805
E-Mail:
dennishorton@aol.com
No: 00237197
Sept. 17 & 24, 2010


\IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUff, IN AND FOR LAKE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 2010-DR-249
HOLLY CORVIN.,
Petitioner,
and
ERIK CORVIN
Respondent..
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MAR-
RIAGE
TO: ERIK ROAM CORVIN
2806 Imperial Point Ter-
race, Clermont Fl. 34711
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action has been filed
against you and that you
are required to serve a copy
of your written defenses, if
any, to it on Holly Corvin


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whose address is 1518
Blue Horizon Drive, Cler-
mont Fl 34714 on or before
October 13, 2010 and file
the original with the clerk of
this Court at 550 West Main
Street, Tavares, Florida
32778, before service on
Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do
so, a default may be en-
tered against you for the re-
lief demanded in the peti-
tion.
Copies of all court docu-
ments in this case, includ-
ing orders are available at
the Copies of the Circuit
Court's office. You may re-
view these documents upon
request.
You must keep the Clerk of
the Circuit Court's office no-
tified of your current ad-
dress. (You may file Notice
of Current Address, Florida
Supreme Court Approved
Family Law Form 12,915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit
will be mailed to the ad-
dress on record at the
clerk's office.
Warning: Rule 12,285, Flor-
ida Family Law Rules of
Procedure, requires certain
automatic disclosure of
documents and information.
Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dis-
missal or striking of plead-
ings.
Dated: August 25, 2010
NEIL KELLY
Clerk of the Court
By: /s
Deputy Clerk
No.: 00234281
August 27, Sept. 03, 10,
17,2010


003 Legal
Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE
UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES) WILL
BE SOLD FOR CHARGES
DUE ON:
OCTOBER 04, 2010
AT 8:30 AM.
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C2001256527
THE ADDRESS WHERE
THE VEHICLES ARE
STORED:
REVIS TOWING & RE-
COVERY OF GROVE-
LAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736
No: 00237134
September 17, 2010

PUBLICATION
NOTICE
Rodrick Porter, whose
whereabouts are un-
known, must answer the
Petition of Vernice
Penny by seeking relief
by November 15, 2010,
or thereafter a judgment
of default may be ren-
dered against him in
Civil Action
JU-10-231.01 -CWO,
District Court of Etowah
County, Alabama.
Dated Sept. 15, 2010
Ad: 00235735
Sept. 17, 24, & Oct. 1
& 8, 2010


003 Legal
Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE
UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOW-
ING VEHICLES) WILL
BE SOLD FOR CHARGES
DUE ON:
OCTOBER 01, 2010
AT 8:30 A.M.
1996 HONDA
1HGCD5631TA230663
1995 DODGE
1 B7FL26G7SW951765
1985 HONDA
JH2MC1306FK02049

THE ADDRESS WHERE
THE VEHICLES ARE
STORED:
REVIS TOWING & RE-
COVERY OF GROVE-
LAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736
Ad.No:00237072
September 17, 2010
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100 Personals

SWM 70, seeking fe-
male 65-80 who en-
joys nature, animals,
outdoors, for friend-
ship maybe more.
352-669-6910

124
Professional
Services

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Discussion of chronic
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neck conditions,
treatment options,
respective advantages,
treatment for failed
back or neck surgery.
Q & A Period
Light Refreshments.
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4:00-5:30 pm Tues.
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200
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Service



235
Construction

BRICK, BLOCK,
CONCRETE
Quality Work
Reasonable Price
Anthony Argenziano
Lic & Ins.
CBC034428
352-267-2307


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235
Construction

JEROME'S GENERAL
CONTRACTOR, INC.
"One Call Does It All"
Additions *Remodeling
Specializing in kitch-
ens, bathrooms, car-
ports, decks, driveway,
ADA/Handicap compli-
ance modification, ga-
rages, golf cart ga-
rages, sunrooms, pat-
ios, screened porches
& enclosures, barns.
Concrete & Masonry
Home Inspections
CGC1512539
352-750-3555
www.jeromes
masonry.com


248 Gun
Services

FIREARMS TRAINING
FL. Concealed license,
Armed Security
Officers, Private
lessons, & much more.
Contact Mac at:
352-350-2855
www.TheRight
Training.com


250
Instructional

VOICE LESSONS:
J. LaVerne Smith M.A.
NATS
352-394-2530
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ofmusic.com

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)
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Professional

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Sorrento Group Home.
Dr. Lic. & background
check req. Resumes
1 (810) 222-0685

INCLUSION
SPECIALIST
Early Learning Coali-
tion in Leesburg is
seeking an Inclusion
Specialist. Qualified in-
dividual must have a
degree in Early Child-
hood Education or re-
lated fields, demon-
strate knowledge and
competence in working
with children with be-
havioral and learning
disabilities, knowledge
of behavior support
plans and alternative
teaching methods,
provide technical sup-
port to preschool
teachers and their
staff.
Please fax resume to:
352-435-0235 or
Email
lbuchbinder@elclc.org.
For more information
visit our website at
www.elclc.org.
Resumes must be
submitted no later
than 5:00pm on
September 24, 2010


410 Sales

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pre-owned. Sumter
County. Unlimited po-
tential, great inventory.
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Exp. Sumter County.
High volume, pre
owned. Great inventory
and financing.
Fax resume:
352-568-0888

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.
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dailycommercial.com
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Accounting back-
ground & payroll expe-
rience absolutely nec-
essary. Knowledge of
Quick Books is helpful.
Full time.
Apply in person:
9:30 3:30
HR Dept.
251 Waterman Ave.
Mt. Dora, FL


428 Real Estate

ATTENTION
REAL ESTATE
LICENSEES
Does the idea of earn-
ing money w/o selling
anything interest you?
American Revolution
Realty LLC seeking
motivated agents. New
Homes sales exp a
must, active adult exp
preferred. Revolution-
ary program. Submit
resume to:
saw&american
revolutionrealty.com


435 Medical

INSURANCE MANAGER
NEEDED:
Dynamic medical prac-
tice looking for moti-
vated individual to join
our TEAM. Insurance
exp. & Supervisory
exp. required. Com-
petitive salary, 401k
participation, just some
of our benefits.
Please fax resume to:
(352) 735-6404
Attn: HR Dept.

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
With experience
needed for busy
medical office
in Leesburg.
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352-728-8030 or
352-307-2520
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435 Medical
FRONT DESK
For busy Urgent Care.
Fax resume to:
352-315-1703

MEDICAL BILLER
Exp. With Benefits.
Fax resume
Attn. Betsy:
352-793-3282

OPHTHALMIC
ASSISTANTS AND
TECHNICIANS:
Do you thrive in a fast
paced environment &
have a positive atti-
tude? We are a dy-
namic Ophthalmology
practice looking for dy-
namic people! Excel-
lent customer service
exp. is required/Medi-
cal exp. a plus, F/T
Mon.-Fri., 401k com-
pany participation/PTO
competitive salary, just
some of the benefits.
Fax resume: MFEC
(352)735-6404
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331 Raintree Drive
Altoona, FL 32702
EOE

SURGERY COUNSELOR
NEEDED:
Are you a positive, dy-
namic personality?
Then we may have the
job for you. We are a
medical practice look-
ing for a motivated in-
dividual, with medical
and sales experience
to join our TEAM. We
offer a competitive sal-
ary, 401K participation
& many other benefits.
F/T, Mon.-Fri.
Fax resume to:
(352) 735-6404
Attn: HR Dept.


450 Trades




CDL-A drivers needed
for immediate open-
ings. OTR and Dedi-
cated Regional posi-
tions available. Must
have Class A CDL and
a minimum of 2 years
verifiable OTR exp.
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Hwy. 452
Right across from the
fair-grounds & fill out
an application
Mon. Fri. 8am-5pm

CERTIFIED TECH
ASE AUTO &
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Must have own tools &
15 yrs. experience.
Call 352-365-6896

GRANITE
FABRICATORS
Exp only, immediate
openings in Wildwood
Call 352-259-7505

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Welders, Pipefitters, &
Electricians w/heavy
industrial experience
Send resume to:
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fax to: 863-635-6392
Call 863-635-3668
8am 4pm Mon Fri

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edge of pneumatics,
gear drives, welding
& minor electrical
needed. Food process-
ing mechanical exp. a
plus.
Apply at Central Beef
Facility or e-mail
ed@centralbeef.com
Compensation
dependence on exp. &
demonstrated skills

460 Beauty


Employment
Opportunities
* Full Service Hair &
Nail Salon
Great Location
Newly Renovated
Relaxed Atmosphere
Free WI-FI 50" Flat
Panel TV
Spacious Work
Stations
Credit Card Access
(for booth rental)
Booth Rent or
Commission
Two weeks free booth
per year: (for Booth
Rental)
Contact Mz. Jae at:
352-435-6152


470 General

AGENCY SEEKING
COMPANION P/T
For details call
352-460-4393

BUYER /PURCHASING
AGENT
Mt. Dora Mfg. Co.
seeking Agent w/ pre-
vious tangible product
purchasing experience
a must.
*Excel communication
verbal & written,
*Prioritize & multi-task
skills.
*Computer exp. MS
Office.
401K, Health, & Bonus
Plan
$12-$15/hr.
Mon Fri 8 am 5pm
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puter & golf knowledge
Call 352-394-2133

HIGH FIVE YOUR LIFE
FROZEN YOGURT
Is now hiring a Store
Manager for its newest
location at 441 & Don-
nelly St. at the Publix
Plaza in Mount Dora.
We are looking for a
community minded
person who enjoys
working in a high en-
ergy environment.
Send resume to:
rwkeane54@gmail.com
or fax 407-870-2856

MAINTENANCE
PERSON
Self motivated individ-
ual w/good organiza-
tional skills for light in-
dustrial production
plant in Oxford. Must
have 2 yrs exp.
Fax resume & salary
requirements to:
352-748-4310





500
Pets/Animals



501 Pets
For Sale

BICHON P00 needs
stud services looking
for poodle. Call
352-750-0492

CAT female, spayed, blk
& white. Moving!
Free to a good home!
352-406-5745

CATAHOULA/HOUND
2/females, 2/males.
Free to GOOD home.
352-267-6396

DACHSHUND MINI,
male/female, health
cert., 1st. shots.
$350 669-7544
DOG CRATE large,
20Wx26HX32L $35.
352-406-1595

KITTENS free to good
home 12 wks old 2
males black & white
352-409-3512


KITTENS 2 males, 2 fe-
males, 8 wks old, lit-
ter trained. Free.
352-551-3331

KITTENS Beautiful, long
& short hair. Free to
a Loving Home! Call
352-753-1922

MINIATURE SCHNAU-
ZERS CKC, champion
lines, health certifi-
cates $300-$350.
Call 352-394-3303


501 Pets
For Sale

PIGEONS Fancy, Tum-
blers, Fan Tails &
Homers. $7. Selling
due to illness.
352-357-6532

POMERANIAN neuterd-
REEE11 -I r .4FSid. .
&&e. ADOPTED!

520 Livestock

GUINEAS & CHICKENS
$15 each. Selling
due to illness.
352-357-6532

RABBITS all sizes. $7
each. Selling due ill-
ness. Please call
352-357-6532

560 Pet
Supplies

BIRD CAGE large,
20"x20"x29" high
w/wood stand. $50.
352-406-1595

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

CAGE w-rA, 25":12"
),(30", w/ ft b -d.
$40im-. SOLD

PET CARRIER medium
17" WX 19" H X 25"
L. Asking $25. Call
352-406-1595




600oo
Merchandise
Mart


801 Antiques
CHINA CABINET good
cond. $75. Call
352-589-0126

DRESSER 6 drawers.
$60. Please call
352-589-0126

FAN GE oscillating.
Asking $50.
Call 352-978-1664

GAMBLERS TABLE
Heart Pine. $125.
Call 352-307-7695

JEWELRY vintage &
costume. $25/all.
352-321-6158

RADIO'S (2) 1930's
tube type. $75 both.
352-561-0856

WHATNOT SHELF 7
shelves, 18"Wx57"H.
$100. Please call
352-455-8755

802
Arts/Crafts
SWATCH (90) vintage
samples w/descrip-
tions $20 Call
352-330-4484
803 Collectibles
COORS SIGN elec.
w/clock, 13"x20".
$25. Please call
352-330-4484

FIGURES Wizard of Oz,
10 w/stands, very
nice. $75. Leesburg
352-434-5395

MCDONALDS COL-
LECTIBLE items &
18" doll. $15 obo
352-323-4903

MCDONALDS COL-
LECTIBLE items &
18" doll. $15 obo
352-323-4903

SHEET MUSIC piano ap-
prox. 600 pcs.
1890-1930's Asking
$350. obo Call
352-315-1612

TOYS McDonald's in
display case & ad-
vertisements. $30
obo. 352-748-5366

WEXFORD GLASS as-
sortment of different
pieces. $65 Call
352-787-4605

604 Furniture
Appliances With
Warranties $75 & up!
Used Beds all sizes!
*Buy Sell Trade
Fast delivery
call Buzzy's
352-315-9886
www.buzzysbeds.com


BAR/COUNTER TOP EX-
TENSION solid oak,
nice, w/braces. $15.
Call 352-223-2319

BED ROOM dresser,
nightstand, head-
board & chest. $100
obo.352-455-8875
BED Serta Full size
mattress set. $99. Call
352-321-0752

BEDROOM FURNITURE
mahogany, 2 twin
beds (No mattress),
chest, dresser w/mir-
ror, vanity. $650.
Call 352-383-8107












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Friday, September 17, 2010


804 Furniture

CABINET 2 double
doors, 3 drawers,
very good cond. $65.
352-874-1829

CHAIR, wood w/soft ma-
terial on back & seat.
Asking $20. Call
352-483-2642

CHAIRS Kitchen '50
chrome 4/with pad-
ded seats. $100. Call
352-504-6406

CHINA CABINET Ig., top
glass, storage under,
excel cond. $100.
352-589-7335

CHINA HUTCH
black, 6.5'x4', glass
door. Asking $98.
Call 352-942-0048

COFFEE/END & SOFA
TABLE glass beveled
top. $50 or bring of-
fer. 352-365-1487

COMPUTER DESK
blonde wood 57"
wide excel cond.
$49. 352-728-6835

COMPUTER DESK excel.
cond, w/storage
space on both sides.
$50. 352-742-5074

COMPUTER DESK, e-
S unit. ; 9$50 Call
SOLD!

COUCH & LOVE SEAT

SOLD!

COUCH brown flower,
good cond. $99/obo.
352-504-5847


COUCH, LOVESEAT &
OVERSIZED CHAIR
w/ottoman, Italian
leather, perfect
shape. $1,000/obo.
352-323-1413

CRIB off white Sim-
mons, good cond.
needs mattress. $40.
352-383-2302

DESK & CHAIR antique,
21"Dx49"Wx30"H.
$300. Please call
352-633-0242

DESK off white wood
tone laminated, 3 top
drawers & 2 lowers.
$100. 259-3170

DESK small, walnut,
15Wx41Lx27"H.
$20. Please call
352-406-1595

DINETTE SET metal w/5
high back padded
chairs, excel cond.
$100 246-9948

DINETTE SET wood,
w/leaf & 4 chairs.
$100. Please call
352-323-1413

DINING ROOM TABLE
pub style, dark wood,
w/leaf & 4 cushioned
chairs. $425. Please
call 352-223-6562

DINING ROOM TABLE
w/leaf Oak, 6 chairs.
Excel. cond. $200.
352-307-7695

DRESSER 72", 6/draw-
ers off white in great
cond. Asking $100.
352-383-0970


804 Furniture

DRESSER French Pro-
vincial blonde excel.
cond. $70. Call
352-729-2354

DRESSER w/mirror, kids
entertainment center
media stand. $100.
309-368-5400

END TABLE triangle top
1/2" glass. Asking
$25. Please call
352-330-2251

ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER Oak 3pc Excel
cond $100. Call
352-259-2044

ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER corner, It. oak,
good cond. $50. Call
352-516-2968

FUTON wood, thick mat-
tress. Asking $75.
Please call
352-504-2966

GLASS SHELVES w/blk.
iron trim & glass cor-
ner unit (2 sets) $80
all. 352-323-1413

GLIDER alum., from
1950's. Asking
$100. Please call
352-735-1570

HEAD & FOOTBOARDS
blk. iron, queen,
w/rails & mirror.
$80. 352-323-1413

HEADBOARD solid
brass, king, bright
polish, excel. cond.
$300/obo. Please
call 352-561-0856

LAMP TABLE vintage
walnut w/drawer &
caned shelf $50 Call
352-383-9234

LIVING ROOM CHAIR
creamy yellow
leather, fair cond.
$60.352-552-2153

MAGAZINE RACK / TA-
BLE vintage maple
good cond. $45. Call
352-383-9234

MATTRESS & FRAME
full size, very com-
fortable. Asking $80.
352-357-9305

MATTRESS SET Queen
excel cond. $100.
Please call
352-460-0706

MATTRESS, BOX
SPRING & RAILS,
King. $100. Please
call 352-323-1413

MIRROR OVAL solid
wood 30"X24.5" ex-
cel cond. $50. obo
Call 352-385-0675
NEERLEE NEW
FURNISHINGS
Gently Used Home
Furnishings
Showroom
3320 US Hwy.
441/27, Fruitland Park
(old Phillips Dealership)
352-315-1000
neerleenewfurnishings.
corn

NIGHTSTAND W4F-
or off whit:. A 'king
$36. SOLD! CLASSI-
FIEDS WORK!

ROCKER/RECLINER like
new, micro-fiber.
$89. Please call
352-408-4688


804 Furniture

ROCKING CHAIRS 1
standard size, 1 over
size. Babette's. $90
both. 352-561-0856

SOFA & LOVE SEAT
w/pillows, beige/flo-
ral print. $100 both
obo. 352-455-8875

SOFA & LOVESEAT mi-
cro-fiber, ends re-
cline. $500. Please
call 352-323-1413

SOFA 72", 2/cushions
excel. cond. Asking
$75. Please call
352-357-6106

SOFA 82" gold velour 3
cushions & chair
gold stripe $100.
Call 352-589-4915

SOFA BED light green
& tan, clean. $65/obo.
352-365-6256

SOFA creamy yellow
leather, fair cond.
GOOD price $90.
352-552-2153

SOFA multi colored, re-
cliner on each end,
like new. $100.
352-343-6777

SOFA SLEEPER excel
cond. $100 Please
call 352-460-0706

SOFA, LOVE SEAT,
CHAIR & OTTOMAN,
sea-grccn.-Exccl
eCnd. $00. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!

STUDENT DESK excel-
lent condition. Asking
$55. Please call
352-246-9948

TABLE & 4/CHAIRS solid
wood. Asking $75.
obo. Please call
352-455-8875

TABLE & CHAIRS 5 pc
rattan, glass top
w/blue seats. $100.
352-460-0458

TABLE & CHAIRS
wrought iron,
w/wicker seat. $100.
440-313-1345

TABLE light wood top
w/4 chairs $100
Please call
407-218-0117

TABLE round, 42", 18"
leaf w/4 chairs, solid
wood. $100. Please
call 352-753-7075

TABLE TOPS glass,
round, 45" & 36",
1/2" thick. $50 both.
407-284-0012

TABLE w/4 chairs ex-
cel cond med. color
$95. 729-2354

TABLE w/porcelain re-
tractable top from
the '50's. $80.
352-551-8798

TELEVISION SNACK
TRAYS (4) w/carrier
hard maple like new
$30. 352-742-9025

TRUNDLE BED twin size
w/mattress & box
spring $375. Call
352-267-3253

WALL UNIT Oak 3pc
Excel cond $100.I
Call 352-259-2044


805 Appliances

AIR CONDITIONER GE
5000 BTU. $75.
352-348-5843

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
COOKER gas, works.
$25. Please call
352-460-0233

DISCOUNT
APPLIANCE REPAIR
Fix Most For $60
Plus Parts




Washer, Dryer,
Refrigerator
"Don't Toss It Fix It
For Less"
Days, Evenings &
Weekends
Call Now
352-874-1238

DISHWASHER Ig. port-
able, good cond. $99
obo. Please call
352-348-2300
DRYER Kenmore good
cond. $99. Call
321-276-0930

DRYER used, electric.
$100. Please call
352-217-9472

FREEZER 12 cu.ft.
Frigidaire, upright.
$90. 352-383-8881

FREEZER Kenmore 13
cu.ft., works great,
perfect for garage.
$75. 352-988-8189

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
1000 watts good
cond, works well $35
Call 352-742-0894

REFRIGERATOR Fri-
gidaire, 21 cu.ft.,
white, good cond.
$100. 483-2849

REFRIGERATOR Fri-
gidaire, white, 16.5
cu.ft., like new, 6
mo. old. $200 Firm.
352-504-5000 or
352-504-2179

REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more, 14.3 cu.ft.,
works great. $75.
Call 352-988-8189

REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more, bottom
freezer. $200. Call
352-742-9403

REFRIGERATOR Sears
Kenmore, 2 door
large freezer on top
ice maker works pre-
fect. Asking $200.
352-728-4863

REFRIGERATOR Whi-
peSl, O22 uft, DA
maklr, pcrfct ond.
Stle- now 8&0.
Asking $325. Plias:
eaW-SOLD 1STDAYI!


805 Appliances

WASHER & DRYER
works great.
$99/obo. Please call
352-348-2300

WASHER Kenmore,
good cond. $99.
321-276-0930


606 Electronics

CELL PHONE blk. T-Mo-
bile Sidekick LX. paid
$210 sell for $75.
352-326-3581

CORDLESS PHONE 2.4
GE, black, excel.
cond. Asking $15.
352-669-3326

DVD PLAYER/ RE-
CORDER w/remote
great cond. $50
352-874-1476

DVD/SOUND BAR Phil-
ips, FM Radio, new
w/warranty. $25.
Call 352-383-2093

PLAYSTATION 2 SLIM
Sony, works & looks
like new. $45.
352-357-2771

PRINTER/COPIER/FAX/S
CANNER Canon
$35. Please call
352-552-1402

SPEAKERS 4 Jensen
model STV880 &
Boston Acoustic.
$100. 551-9396

TELEVISION (WEB),
w/computer table
w/chair. $100. Call
352-360-1386

TELEVISION 12 Volt DC
or 110 AC, ideal for
a RV or Van. $25. Af-
ter 9am. 259-5629

TELEVISION 19" color
w/remote $65. obo
Please call
352-589-6626

TELEVISION 20" Magna-
vox, color. $75.
Please call Lydia
352-323-8031

TELEVISION 27" Sanyo,
w/remote, excel.
cond. $75/obo. Call
352-552-1402

TELEVISION RCA 24",
cable ready w/re-
mote, great shape.
$85. 352-552-3000

TELEVISION RCA 25"
color. $50. Please call
352-245-0716

VIDEO GAME CHAIR
wireless w/accesso-
ries, PYRAMAT. $40.
352-504-1309
X-M RADIO, new.
Asking $40. Please
call 352-638-6865

XBOX 360 w/1 .4.. '4&
cablcf grcat cnd

SOLD!

824 Children's
items
ACTIVITY SEAT Baby
Einstein Discover &
Play. $35. Please
call 352-742-8246

ACTIVITY TABLE Bright
Starts Around We Go
w/removable seat.
$45. 352-636-6600


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024 Children's
items

BASSINET like new.
Asking $15. Please
call 352-787-5376

BOUNCE & SPIN ZEBRA
ride toy. Like new.
Asking $15. all
352-357-3996

CAR SEAT youth booster
seat. 30 100 Ibs.
used once $12.
352-385-1830

CRIB turns into Toddler
bed, incl. mattress
brown. Asking $75.
352-504-2966

JUMPER Fisher Price
Precious Planet, lots
of fun! Like new.
$40. 352-434-2439

PLAY PEN Graco, like
new. $40. Please call
352-787-5376

SWING Fisher Price, 6
spd., 10 songs, flip
bar, excel, cond.
$20. 352-434-2439

WALKER, car seat, bal-
ance seat, jumper,
bath tub. For a Girl.
$75. 352-308-6623

825 Building
Supplies/
Materials

CERAMIC TILES 10
boxes wall, white,
4.25x4.25, 15sf/box.
$69. 942-0048

FELT PAPER (4 roles)
new, 15#. $25 for
all. Please call
352-669-2379

HOT WATER HEATER
elec. Whirlpool, 40
gallon, NEW! $198.
Cash. 326-5343

HOUSE PAINT, 5 gal-
lons, high quality, la-
tex, different colors.
$15. 352-735-3168

TOILET & TANK A4m9-
can Standard. $40.
Call for msr@ detail.
SOLD

TOILET, white, standard
size, clean, works.
$35. Please call
Dave 352-255-7623

WATER HEATER 30 gal-
lon, gas. $10. Call
for more detail.
352-787-3162

WINDOWS (2) alum.
New. $99/obo. Call
352-504-5847


830 Garage Sales
CLERMONT
Sat 8am -1 pm Mag-
nolia Point Subd. off
Hwy 50. COMMU-
NITY WIDE SIDE

MASCOTTE METHODIST
church Sat. Sept.
25th. See you all, &
thanks for coming

MINNEOLA, 3 family
sale 19004 Lakeview
Dr. Thurs. 9/16,
thur 9/18, Thurs.
9/23 thru Sat 9/25
baby clothes, tools,
manga books & lots
more.
352-321-9707



835 Garden
BLOWER gas, runs
great $40. Please call
352-205-3887

CANNALILILESin 3
gallon can. Only $5.
Call 352-728-4913

CUSTOM NAUTICAL SO-
LAR LIGHTS hand
made. $25. Kevin
352-589-1373

DOUBLE LAWN MOWER
BAGGER Universal,
A-1 cond. $75. Call
352-326-5191

DUMP CART John Deere
brand new never
used. Asking $100.
352-793-8102

EDGER 3 wheel 3hp
walk behind runs
great $55. Call
352-205-3887

GARDEN CART tilts &
WHEELBARROW.
$100 for all. Call
352-551-8798

GRASS TRIMMER, ede
wssdsator, now in
eae4-SOLD


LAWN MOWER 4.5 hp,
self propelled. $95.
352-348-5843

LAWN MOWER high
wheel gas runs great
$55. Please call
352-205-3887

LAWN MOWER Lawn-
Boy walk behind.
$75. Please call
352-787-9436

LAWN TRACTOR
Craftsman 18.5hp
46" cut look good &
runs good $425 Call
352-205-3887


035 Garden
LAWN TRACTOR =afte-
man, 12" out, 13.hp,
auts. xecl. c@n4d.
SOLD 1ST DAY!

MOWER/MULCHER 21",
Craftsman, 6.25 hp.
$60. Wildwood
321-206-8042
PODOCARPUS (10)
shrubs. $80/all. Call
352-787-1226

PUSH MOWER gas
works great $45.
Call 352-205-3887

RAIN BARREL $39.95.
Please call
352-394-7788

RAIN BENCH KIT holds
65 gallons, complete
instructions to build.
$69. 352-343-4108

RIDING MOWER :;
Craftsman 23" cut

SOLD!

RIDING MOWER Com-
panion, 11 hp, needs
spark plug. $100.
Call 352-324-6032

RIDING MOWER Crafts-
man 42" cut looks
and runs good $525
FIRM 352-324-2173

RIDING MOWER John
Deere 38" cut
12.5hp $400. Call
352-793-6063

TANK & PUMP 50 gallon
for a pond + plants,
you dig up. $100.
Call 352-357-0766
TREES! SAVE 70% +
GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS SALE!
*3 Gal. 6' +/- Oaks
Etc. $3-$5
*15 Gal. 10 for $150
*30 Gal. 10 for $350
*3' Red Cedar $3
CHEAP! 455-5164
OR 352-669-1618

WANTED non-running
push mowers & lawn
equip. WILL PAY
CASH. 205-3887

WEED WACKER string
trimmer gas, runs
great $40. Please
call 352-205-3887

840 Guns
AMMUNITION 308, 160
rounds FNM,
7.62X51 ball. $80.
352-568-3692
FIREARMS TRAINING
FL. Concealed license,
Armed Security
Officers, Private
lessons, & much more.
Contact Mac at:
352-350-2855
www.TheRight
Training.com

GUN CABINET, dark
Pine glass front
w/locking drawer.
$50. 874-8982

GUN/CAMERA TRI-POD
like new SLIK U212.
$100. Wildwood
321-206-8042

REVOLVER, Llama Ca-
manche 357, 4" tar-
get sights. $275.
352-551-3036

WANTED Winchester 94
30/30 & singe action
Cowboy, both excel.
or very good cond..
352-216-9935

849 Medical
CAR LIFT TRANS-
PORTER for power
chair. $300 obo. Call
352-383-6388

DIABETIC SHOES men's
10 1/2 med. blk.,
Velcro straps. New.
$75. 352-753-1834

POWER CHAIR/
SCOOTER CARRIER,
New and Used start-
ing at $180.
352-217-3437

POWER CHAIR/
SCOOTER Go-Go
Elite 3 wheel, 3 yrs.
old, like brand new,
never used. New bat-
teries. $600/obo.
Call 352-383-6388

SCOOTER POWER
PRIDE New batteries.
Only $425 obo Must
sell. 352-728-4913

TOILET adjustable
handicapped never
used. $20 obo Call
352-360-8296

WALKER for handi-
capped w/o wheels
$30 obo Call
352-360-8296

WALKER New! Deluxe


w/wheels, seat, bas-
ket & folds. $100.
407-284-0012
WALKER w/o wheels
$20 Leesburg
352-365-2169

WALKER without wheels
Asking $10. (Lees-
burg). Please call
352-455-8875

850 Computers
& Equip
GAMING MOUSE Lo-
gitech G500, new in
box. $50. Please call
352-259-9641


850 Computers
& Equip

LAPTOP HP good shape
Asking $200 Call
352-321-2558 or
352-391-9847

PRINTER HP Photo
Smart C6300 all in
one series, wireless.
$35. 352-787-5764

ROUTER Linksys wire-
less G. WRT54G3
w/additional antenna.
$35. 352-324-2559

851 Articles
Wanted

AVIATION, Military & Na-
val Memorabilia.
Medals, books,
badges, letters, uni-
forms etc 669-7679

WANTED Hanging Swag
Lamps, slightly used,
in good cond. Please
call 352-315-0761

052 Articles
For Sale

AREA RUGS (2) Contem-
porary design, multi
colored, 6'x7'. $60.
352-460-0458

AUDIO TAPES (14)
mostly Patterson &
Parker. Asking $50.
352-323-0875

BOOKS (30) hard back
assorted kinds &
boardgame. $40.
407-221-5962

BOOKS 100 + paper &
hardback, kids & ro-
mance, good cond.
$25 all. 357-0766

BOOKS gardening, 3
boxes. $30. Call
352-315-4234

BRAS 38DD (6) very
good cond. $20 take
all Please call
352-874-5528

CHAIN 20' 5/16" &
binder $30. Call
352-314-2981

CHAIN heavy duty 3/8"
x 3Oft w/hooks 2650
Ibs working load $60
Call 352-343-8470

CHANDELIER 1 large
globe excel cond.
$25. Please call
352-357-3734

CHINA set, old Figural,
24 kt. gold scrolls &
edges, extra pieces.
$40. 352-589-7335

COMFORTER Queen
sage green, dust ruf-
fle & pillows $40 Call
352-728-5074

COMFORTER SETS (2)
Twin w/ sheets White
w/pastel colors $70
takes both 259-3170

COMPUTER CHAIR
w/wheels & plastic
rug 38"x48" $35
takes both 748-0702

COOKBOOKS (50) Hard-
cover. Asking $90.
Please call
352-748-3580

COOLERS (1) 14x9 Igloo
& (1) 22x17 Cole-
man. $25 for both.
352-259-3522

DIAMOND RING Prin-
cess style 1 ct. total
weight, 14 kt. yellow
gold, size 9. $550.
352-483-4462
DISHES set of Limoges
China, 38 pc. $25.
352-323-0070

DRESSES cotton print
(6) 3 size 7/8, 2 size
14 & 1 size 44 $50
for all 357-1020

ENCYCLOPEDIA Britan-
nica, Juniors, 15 vol-
umes A-Z. $30.
352-365-6327

ENCYCLOPEDIAS Wild-
life, 20 volumes.
$30. Please call
352-365-6327

FENCE PANELS (21)
wood, w/posts, New
6'x8'. $750. Cash.
352-625-3470.

FRYING PAN (square)
Sunbeam, Ig cover
copper bottom, new.
$25 obo. 750-5607

GEL BATTERIES (2) U-,
fits power chairs or
lawn mowers. CASH!
$100. 365-1437


GRILL Readi-To-Go, as
seen on TV. Asking
$38. Please call
352-742-2856
HAIR CLIPPERS Conair,
like new. $10.
352-365-6256

HARD HATS, (4) high
impact plastic, with
built-in straps, brand
new $50. 748-9611

HEATER/FAN Lasko
tower, like new. Cost
$40. Sell $20. Wild-
wood. 748-4753
JUICER Breville usedI
once $85 Call
352-321-2885


052 Articles
For Sale

LADIES CLOTHES, 2 Ig
boxes. Size Ig., X-Ig.
& 18. Asking $75.
352-821-2801

LOVE SEAT SLIP COVER
w/matching pillows
beige applique. $25.
352-728-8054

MAGAZINE RACK
wood. Asking $20.
Call 352-430-1090

NYLON TAPE 2" wide
500' long. Asking
$10. Please call
352-735-1591

PITCHERS crackle
glass. Asking $5. Call
352-323-0070

PLATES, (8) Star Trek,
Hamilton, gold
plated. $80 obo.
352-455-3342

PORTRAIT of Martha
Washington, Smith-
sonian Institute. $75.
352-753-7075

PROM DRESS beautiful
strapless. Excel.
cond. Bust 34. $30.
352-365-0191

QUILTED BEDSPREADS,
full & queen $50
takes both Call
352-357-1020

RECORDS 33 LPs from
1920's-1950's over
60. $30 obo
352-753-8361

REMOTE CONTROL,
with large numbers &
letters, for, TV, DVD,
etc. $15. 978-7461

SATIN HAND SET (5)
Mary Kay, complete,
unused. $50. All.
Call 407-221-5962
SHEETS king size,
good cond. $15. Call
352-259-3522

SHOES 6 1/2 med. la-
dies Euro Step san-
dals. Asking $8.
352-357-2248

SHOES men's (5) new &
used, size 9.5. Ask-
ing $35. Call
352-728-8054

SHOES Name Brands, 2
pairs, New sport &
casual 9-9 1/2. $20.
Otto 352-787-7994

SLACKS (10) men's,
Dickies khakis, new
& used, size 44/31.
$65. 352-669-3326

STAR WARS FIGURES
12" (8). Asking $80
obo. Please call
352-455-3342
STEP LADDER 6'alum.
$25. Leesburg
352-728-6581

SUITCASES (3) 1 has
wheels. All for $25.
Please call
352-314-9537

TICKETS (2) British Inva-
sion 11/7/10 2pm at
Lake Sumter College
$30 352-728-2597

TIES, Silk (50) Name
Brand. Asking $53.
Please call
352-394-6204

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

VACUUM CLEANER
Kirby G4 upright, all
SOLD!

VACUUM Electrolux can-
ister complete, works
& looks great $100.
Firm 352-357-2771

VACUUM Hoover wind
Tunnel self propelled.
Asking $50. Call
724-309-4915

VACUUM wet/dry for
boat or car never
been used $25 Call
352-357-3734

WAFFLE BAKER & GRILL
Sunbeam, new. Ask-
ing $25 obo. Call
352-750-5607

WATCH ladies Rolex
replica, vintage, cos-
tume jewelry. $100
all. Cash. 321-6158

WEDDING DRESS & VEIL


size 16 A-line style,
Paid $900 asking
$75 352-343-4216

WEDDING GOWN white,
size 10, strapless tie
corset. $100. Call
352-504-6680

WEDDING GOWN white,
size 18W halter top
fitted bodice. $100.
352-504-6680

WOMEN'S CLOTHING
size 8 petite all in
good cond. $50
takes all 323-6229
WOOD PALLETS FREE
In Palm Plaza.
352-326-8957


052 Articles
For Sale

WORK BENCH 6' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $60. Please
call 352-343-7201

855 Musical
Instruments
AMPLIFIER Mesa Boogie
4x12 guitar cabinet,
280 Watts, excel.
cond. $800. Please
call 352-348-7398
GRAND PIANO
Steinway, Model M,
5' x 7'. Lt. Mahogany.
Current Market
$19,500-$24,500
Accept Offers
352-729-2053

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

ORGAN Yamaha Elec-
tone HC-2, excel.
cond. $100. Please
call 352-735-1769

PIANO 37" Wurlitzer
Spinet w/matching
bench, satin ebony
finish. Great cond.
$800. Please call
352-516-2571

88660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
COMPUTER DESK cus-
tom build 60"Lx25"
Wx32"H $100 Call
352-326-9419

COMPUTER DESK cus-
tom build 60"Lx25"
Wx32"H $100 Call
352-326-9419

COMPUTER DESK
washed oak $25 obo
Please call
352-753-1076

COMPUTER DESK, white
washed oak.
20"x36"x56". $70.
Call 352-323-8818

COMPUTER DESK, white
washed oak.
20"x36"x56". $70.
Call 352-323-8818

DESK like new metal
30" x 66". Asking
$75. Please call
440-313-1345

DESK, CHAIR & TYPE-
WRITER. Asking $40.
Call 352-365-2252
after 8pm.

FILE CABINET 4 drawer,
blk. legal size, 18Wx
52H. $75. Please
call 352-455-8755

FILE open file rack
w/basket on bottom
w/wheels. $10.
352-483-2642

OFFICE DESK, 2 draw-
ers very good cond..
$45. 352-874-1829
or 352-874-5870.

874 Exercise
Equipment
EXERCISER PRECOR
STRENGTH TRAINER,
excel cond, manual.
$75. 352-348-6108

REBOUNDER w/hand
rails 6"-8" off floor.
Paid $300 asking
$99 352-748-0702

TREADMILL elec. good
cond. Asking $75
obo. Please call
352-455-8875

WEIGHT BENCH
w/weights Asking
$75 Please call
352-516-9486

WEIGHT BENCH Joe
Weider extra weights
like new $65. Call
352-742-0894

675 Sports/
Recreation

BASKETBALL GOAL
Life Time portable.
$40.352-742-3154

BICYCLE 3 wheel rebuilt
big seat and basket.
$150. 978-6346
and 343-6608

BICYCLE 3 wheel, large
seat, basket & 3 new
tires. Asking $100.
352-551-3036

BICYCLE 3 ,holbi

SOLD!


BICYCLE ladies, new,
standard $75. Call
352-365-1073

BICYCLE Tall men's Ral-
eigh 1 speed, hand &
foot brakes $49. Call
352-728-6835

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

BOWLING BALL 14 Ibs
Maxim w/bag seldom
used $35 Call
352-357-1363
BOWLING BALL 16 Ibs
& BAG. $30.
Call 352-978-7461


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875 Sports/
Recreation

BOWLING BALL, bag &
shoes size 7. $25.
Leesburg. Please call
352-728-6581

BOWLING SHOES Ladies
like new 6 1/2,
Brunswick. $20 obo.
352-365-1487

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

GOLF SET kids, unused,
driver, irons, putter,
new bag. $27. Call
352-735-2209

GOLF SET LPGA ladies,
left hand, Irons,
woods, putter & bag.
$45. 352-735-6927

HUNTING TREE STAND
16', safety harness &
cable locks, new.
$100. 669-6025

POOL large above
ground. FREE you
drain and remove.
352-383-1404

POOL PUMP MOTOR &
SAND FILTER. $100.
352-978-1664

SCOOTER 9-ng- e
Limitcd Editisn
15000, ABS brakes
SOLD!
TANNING BED great
cond. $2,000/obo.
352-988-4191


676 Storage
Units
STORAGE SHED 12'x16'
excel cond. paid
$3,600 sell $2,000.
Cash. Like New.
352-625-3470

885 Tools/
Machinery
AIR COMPRESSOR 49

SOLD!

BAND SAW Sears 10"
w/stand. Asking $50.
Please call
352-307-7695

CHAIN SAW Craftsman
18", w/case, only
used 3 hrs. $90. Call
(352)748-0649
CHAIN SAW Craftsman
20". $80. Please call
352-589-6626

COMPOUND MITER RA-
DIAL ARM TO TABLE
SAW Dewalt. $95.
352-455-2560

DRUM SANDER many
different size sanding
discs 25hp motor
$40 352-728-5074

MITER SAW Black &
Decker includes new
blade only $30. Call
352-552-4098

PRESSURE WASHER,
6hp, 2,500 PSI,
needs air cleaner.
$100. 569-4237

SCROLL SAW Dremel
w/stand, Model
1680, 6". $85.
352-307-7695

TABLE SAW Delta on
legs, not working.
$50. Please call
352-435-0055
TRUCK WORK BOX 5'
w/dual locks, new.
$50. 352-323-1643

WOOD DUST COLLEC-
TOR Delta 1hp + ad-
ditional accessories
avail $99 217-5104

WORK BENCH 7' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $70. Please
call 352-343-7201


800
Real Estate
For Rent



806 Houses
Unfurnished

CLERMONT 3BR/2BA
Lake Minnehaha
view $1100/mo +
util. all appl. & lawn
care incl. 1 yr. lease,
no pets, no smoking
call 352-242-1324
or 352-978-3790 or
352-394-7117 or
cell 352-552-8932

CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577

EUSTIS on Lake Wood-
ward spacious 3 br
/1.5 ba w/dock + at-
tached in-law apt.
w/separate entrance
$;,299 me reduced
$1,000 + security,
352-357-4827

EUSTIS 7/4 on Center
Ave. $1,100/mo
Coldwell Bankers
352-638-5688

FRUITLAND PARK 3/2/1
Duplex, quiet family
area. Lawn care in-
cluded. $750. Call
352-874-5966

HOWEY IN THE HILLS.
2700sf 3/3. Split
level 2 patios over-
looking Lake Harris
in country club, Ja-
cuzzi, partially furn.,
$1,500 mo. 1st, last
+ $1,000 dep.
352-406-5728




LIDT LAM:I. 3 2
$850/mo + dep.,
pets OK Please call
352-551-9427

LEESBURG 2/1
$500/mo & 3/1
$650/mo + security
dep. MOVE IN SPE-
CIAL 352-434-9785

LEESBURG 2/1 1812
High St. CHA fenced
yard, Ig. scrn porch
$625/mo. + dep.
727-343-7343 or
352-874-4064. Sec-
tion 8 Welcome.

LEESBURG 2/1 CHA, &
extra room. No dogs.
$625. Owner/Broker!
352-750-0756

LEESBURG 3/1 remod-
eled home 5 min.
from LRMC. 1011
Lee St. $750/mo.
352-568-7700

LEESBURG 3/2, 3/1.5 &
2/1 CHA, W/D hook-
ups $850/mo $850
security dep. Call
352-365-2603

LEESBURG Like New
2/2 patio homes in
gated community.
$695/mo. Going
Fast! Call NOW!
352-408-8887

LEESBURG. Nice 2/1
CHA, carport, util
room & screen room.
$650 mo + dep.
1320 Spartan.
352-406-2525

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RENTED


806 Houses
Unfurnished


Clermont 3br PET
FRIENDLY home
$900.00 Fenced.
ROCKER REALTY
352-394-3570
www.
RockerRealtylnc.com

SUMMERFIELD, close to
The Villages 2/2
w/den privacy fenced
backyard, pets OK,
paved St.. $850/mo.
352-516-7293

807
Apartments
Unfurnished
MINNEOLA Large 1BR
with easy access to
Hwy 27. On site laun-
dry facility. $575.00
per month with
$300.00 Security NO
PETS! Call Tony
407-948-8038

CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1 ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577

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

EUSTIS
1 & 2 BR
Water & Sewer
Included
North CR. 19A
352 352-357-7332

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

EUSTIS, 3/2 Duplex
w/garage 1,300sf.
2669 Grand Island
Shores Rd. $800 mo.
352-483-1001
FRUITLAND PARK
1 & 2 br. apts.
rental assistance avail.
Application fee $45.
Call 352-728-4208





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
Lake County Rentals
LEESBURG:
Blossom Lane 2/1
Vaulted Ceilings, W/D
Hookups $530-$599
TAVARES:
St. Clair Abrams Road
2/1 Fireplace, W/D
Hookups $600-$675
TAVARES:
New Hampshire Road
2/1 Carport, W/D
Hookups $555
TAVARES:
Sinclair Avenue 2/1
near High School $575
Security Dep. $300
Application Fee $50
Call Lake Properties
Today (352) 483-1001

LEESBURG (2) apts
$600/mo $400 dep.,
pool, water & pest
control included. Call
352-516-1374



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807
Apartments
Unfurnished

LEESBURG 2/1 CHA
W/D hook-up very
clean $550/mo +
security dep $300
Call 352-409-3801

LEESBURG
2/1, $99.00 Deposit/
$99.00 first month.
Call 352-787-6928

LEESBURG 2/1.5, W/D
$620 + dep. Great
location. No Pets.
352-787-5885
LEESBURG
3 br/2 ba, Convenient
location Great
Schools. In home
Laundry. FREE RENT.
Ask for Honey
352-326-8002

LEESBURG 3/2 & 2/1
$500 Move in Spe-
cial! W/D hook-up.
352-874-7136


$299 1st mo. Cozy &
Quiet 1/1 apts with
W/D THEN $399/mo.
Pet friendly community
"Blueberry Hill II Apts"
Call 352-314-0057

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

LEESBURG, LARGE
NEWLY RENOVATED
2/2 & 3/2. Rents
from $599. Call
352-350-7109
LEESBURG,
Prefect floor for shar-
ing 2br/2ba. In home
laundry. Free Rent
Call Candy for low
monthly rental rate.
352-326-8002

MINNEOLA Lg. 2/1,
good neighbors. Only
$600 mo. No pets.
Call 407-694-3674
HAMPTON VILLA APTS
MOUNT DORA
1 & 2 BR Elderly, dis-
abled or handicapped.
Rental assistance
maybe avail.
Phase 2 Family
Section
2 BR Townhouse, &
3 BR apts. avail.
Please call Denise at
Hampton Villas
Equal Housing
Opportunity
Section 8 Accepted.
352-383-6169

MT DORA 1/1 Near li-
brary. $400/mo +
dep No Util No Pets.
669-7541 after 6pm

MT. DORA 1/1 sm villa
apt. w/patio over-
looking Lake Dora.
Newly remodels on
Lake Shore Dr. Ideal
for single or couple
$595/mo Call Stan
352-383-2501

MT. DORA Lg. 2/1, du-
plex, no pets, 447 E
11th Ave. $650/mo.
407-644-7641










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808
Apartments
Furnished

LADY LAKE Apt. & Mo-
bile Home for rent.
Call 352-753-3954
or 352-874-3598

OXFORD, small apt.
$400 + gas for the
winter. Elec., water,
garbage & yard care
incl. 352-330-1884

UMATILLA Studio $550.
1 br $575/mo. util.
incl. No Pets.
352-250-4711

809 Roommate
Wanted

CLERMONT seeking a
mature, responsible
non-smoker, no pets
to share a beautiful
house all util. incl.,
private bath. $500 &
Dep. 407-491-9676

810 Duplexes

CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577

EUSTIS 1/1 on lake
clean quiet and no
maintenance
$440/mo + $400
security. Call
352-636-1709

LEESBURG 2/1 in quiet
area near downtown,
range, refrigerator,
window a/c fans
lawn care. $475 +
security. 742-9121

LEESBURG 3/2 with ga-
rage. $750 mo. +
$500 dep. Call Mike
352-223-5300

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

811
Condos/Townho
uses
LEESBURG 2/2 Great lo-
cation, clean, No
pets. $650/mo. +
$250 deposit Call
352-787-8098

812 Rooms to
Rent
EUSTIS own bath.
$450/mo. + dep.
Must be neat/clean.
352-408-9908
813 Homes
To Share
FRUITLAND PARK huge
house on Lake Ge-
neva (off Spring Lake
Rd) Mature employed
female $400/mo +
part of utilities.
Non-smoker Call
352-208-9887
819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
ALTOONA $495/mo +
$400 deposit, 2/1.
Please call
352-636-6800.

ALTOONA, Park Model.
$360/mo. + $300
dep. Please call
352-636-6800
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577


818
Manufactured
Homes Rental

ALTOONA 2/1 private
land, big living rm,
scrn patio, private
shed out back.
$550/mo + dep.
352-978-8915

FRUITLAND PARK 2/2
porch, carport, $525
No Pets. Owner/Bro-
ker. 352-750-0756

FRUITLAND PARK 3/2,
fenced backyard,
$800/mo + security
dep 352-874-8880

LADY LAKE 2/1 w/car-
port & screen porch.
Just off 441.
$500/mo. Call
352-408-8562 Bea-
con Real Estate

LADY LAKE 2/1 900sf,
fenced yard
$550/mo w/$300
dep. pets ok. Call
352-504-7992

LADY LAKE 2/2, Ex-
tended living room,
W/D, 1/8 mi to Lake
Griffin boat launch 2
porches 2 carports,
No pets $500 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

OXFORD 2/1.5 newly
renovated, nearby
groceries/shopping/
restaurants. W/D
hook-up, CHA, amply
parking, no pets.
$600/mo + dep &
1st mo. Rental appli-
cation required. Call
352-875-3994
between 5 pm- 9pm




900
Real Estate
For Sale



802 Open
Houses
For Sale
OPEN HOUSE
Leesburg's
Coachwood Colony
Sat. 9am -1 pm
Remodeled homes
starting at $500. Aged
qualified community.
Pet friendly w/ ameni-
ties, Bring all offers.
Call 352-504-2290


803 Homes
For Sale

A RARE FIND
SM CATTLE FARM
NEAR THE VILLAGES
80% OWNER
FINANCING
Near CR 466
Completely fenced
2.25 acres, w/late
model 3/2 1800 sf
home. 20x40 enclosed
pole barn 16x24 cattle
barn, trees, pasture &
many extras.
$219,900 lease or
purchase owner
financing
352-516-7808

CLERMONT 3BR/2BA
Small home like new
inside, Lake Minne-
haha view, lorge lot,
eat in kitchen, all
appl incl.
$275,000.00 obo
Call 352-242-1324
or 352-978-3790 or
352-394-7117

EUSTIS 2 block houses
for $69,900 2/1 +
1/1 423 E. Atwater
quiet area, lot
100'x140' Call Ira
321-689-2277


803 Homes
For Sale

LEESBURG 4br/2ba
NO MONEY DOWN!
Own now. $945 mo.
352-575-1547

805
Waterfront

LEESBURG lot Lake
Claire 100 ft front
3/4 acre financing w/
$3,900 dn. $177/mo
321-277-9727




1000
Manufactured
Homes



1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale
CLERMONT/
W. HWY. 50
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1 ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
2br/1ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577

LEESBURG 2/1 55 &
over park. Low lot
rent, front kitchen,
scrn in laundry, Ig FL
room & upgrades
$6,4r". Reduced to:
$5,000. 504-6448
or 352-636-4321

MOUNT DORA, 2/1,
scm. porch, 2 sheds,
carport Riley's MHP.
Asking $3,000.
228-297-0391
NEW & PRE-OWNED
Lowest Prices Ever!
$5000 Below Cost!
On Existing Models
Call: Baird Homes
352-787-1988


1002 Mfd
Homes
W/ land
For Sale



1100


Recreation



1101 Boats
BOAT STORAGE
Venetian Cove Marina
352-728-9870

BOAT TRAILER '98 Su-
preme, galvanizes,
tilt, holds 18-22' V or
Tri-haul. $600. Call
352-793-7512

CHRIS CRAFT '96 BR,
17', loaded 3.0 SX
Volvo. Paid $42K.
Like New. $7,900.
Call 352-343-5249

FIBERGLASS 14', 35hp
Johnson, trailer, troll-
ing motor, boat
cover, $1,300. After
11.352-742-2766
FLOATING DOCK KITS
INCLUDES HEAVY
DUTY HARDWARE
WITH 4'X8'
FLOATS!
CALL DON
352-343-4108

KAYAK Loon one-man,
good cond. $350.
352-360-1717

KAYAK Walden Tan-
dem, good cond.
$150. 352-360-1717

SKEETER 88, 18', Bass
Boat w/trailer, 89
Mercury, 175 hp.,
trolling motor, fish
finder, etc. $4,500
obo. 352-323-4843


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1101 Boats

WANTED Pontoon Boat
w/4 stroke motor &
22' Catalina Sailboat.
Jim 352-728-1681


1150 RV&
Campers

CONSIGNMENTS
WANTED
Boats, RV's, ATV's,
Motor Homes, Jeeps,
Trailers, Tractors, etc.
Big Boys Toys
2316 W. Main St.
Leesburg
352-516-2400

ENCOUNTER '87. Runs
good & looks good.
Asking $5,000. Call
352-638-0840


1200
Transportation

1205 Autos
ANY JUNK CAR Cash
paid, up to $500.
FREE PICK UP!
Call 352-445-3909

BUICK '87 Regal Grand
National, T-Tops,
digital dash, real
fast, Won't Last.
$14,710 Please call
800-313-9787
CADILLAC DHS '00
runs like new Pearl
White, new tires
Must See $5,500
352-314-2557

CASH PAID
FOR JUNK CARS!
$150 and up.
Call 352-771-6191

CHRYLER SIERRA '96 6
cyl 108K mi on 2nd
eng. Asking $995
obo 352-205-0180

CHRYSLER PT Cruiser
Convertible, silver
w/blk. top, turbo.
$11,870. Please call
800-313-9787
FORD '06 Escape
$11,870. Call
800-313-9787

FORD '08 Mustang GT
350 Shelby. Won't
Last! $23,740. Call
800-313-9787
FORD '09 Focus SE
$14,380. Please call.
800-313-9787

FORD '01 T4.a..., 47
mi., runs gssd, :sld
a:, lTHan, no rust.
SOLD 1ST DAY!
MERCEDES '05 C320.
$16,630 Please call
800-313-9787

MERCURY '06 Montego,
Real Clean. $9,430.
Please call
800-313-9787
MERCURY MARQUIS
'89 $400. Call
352-728-4325

NISSAN '02 Altima
2.5 S, 4 cyl., auto,
Custom wheels.
$6,995 SPECIAL
2 TO CHOOSE FROM
CORVETTES '93
1 Convertible
1 Hardtop
You Pick!
$9,995 SPECIAL
CHEVY '04 Monte
Carlo SS Supercharger
Leather, sunroof, Must
See To Appreciate!
Was $11,995
$10,995 SPECIAL

CHEVY '05 Malibu
Maxx LS
Rear sunroof, V6
Auto
$10,495 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


1205 Autos

FORD '95 F150 4/wheel
drive 306 cyl. auto,
new tires, brakes, &
battery, transmission
needs TLC $700 obo
Please call
352-308-7486

TOYOTA '00 Sienna,
Real Low Miles.
$7,380. Please call
800-313-9787

TOYOTA '06 Camry.
$12,220. Please call
800-313-9787


1200 Aviation


1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds

ENGINE '79 Yamaha
1100cc.$100. Call
352-821-0254

MOTORCYCLE JACKETS
blk. leather, zip-
pered. $100 both.
352-504-8827

MOTORCYCLE SEAT
Mustang, fits '02
Wide Glide, like new.
$100. 343-4439

MOTORCYCLE TIRE
Dunlop 120/90/18,
good cond. $40
Firm. 352-821-2801

SCOOTER "~-e ngB
Limited Editisn
150oo, ABS brkals
SOLD!

SCOOTER '82 HONDA
C70 passport very
good cond $650 Call
352-314-2696

SCOOTER '98 HONDA
C80W Elite good
cond $550. Please
call 352-314-2696

1230 Vans
CHRYSLER '02 Mini Van
LXI, white, blue
leather interior, top
of line, super clean,
53K mi. $9,495.
352-343-5773

FORD '03 Conversion
van, good cond. Ask-
ing 8,900. Please
call 352-633-3093

1235 S U V
FORD '03 Explorer XLT,
4/dr, auto, a/c, nice
inside & out. $3,900.
352-408-8784
1240 Trucks
Light Duty
CHEVROLET '95 S10
extended cab, runs
excel. $1,750/obo.
Call 352-223-2758

DODGE '01 Ram 1500
extended cab, red,
ps/pb/pl, hard ton-
neau cover. $7,500
352-223-9146

DODGE, '98 King Cab,
good working cond.,
high miles. $2,200.
352-383-1404

FORD '90 E350 box van
14' overhead door,
V8, auto over drive,
great cond. $2,600
Call 352-205-3887

FORD Ranger '99 V6,
4.0 eng., auto. Excel.
cond. 138K mi.
$4,000. 787-6712

1241 Trucks
Heavy Duty
FORD '01 F350 Crew
Cab, 4x4, Lariat, Die-
sel. $23,740. Call
800-313-9787
1247 Trailers
BOAT TRAILER 17"I
good cond. $175.I
Call 352-728-4325

BOX TRAILER enclosed
excel shape.
6'x10 'x4'. $450
CASH FIRM. Call
352-625-3470


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New Encl. Cargo
Trailer, V-Nose, Ramp
Door Side Door, 6x10.
$1,975
352-527-0555

NEW Triple Crown Ulilty
Trailer 5x8. $790.
Golf To Lake Trailers
352-527-0555

UTILITY TRAILER -4
noods-brakelights

SOLD!

UTILITY TRAJLER-4_

lights, desk & rails
;,8. SOLD!


1284 Auto
Parts
Accessory
CAMPER SHELL fits 8'
truck, crank out win-
dows w/scrn $100
Call 352-516-7920

CANVAS COVER custom
made snap on for a
Silverado 6' bed.
$50. 352-457-6858

FLOOR MAT SET (4) All
weather for RAV4
like new $50 Please
call 352-385-7359
RIM Mustang 5 Star
Pony.(2). $100.
352-360-3335

SERVICE MANUALS 1
AMC 1979, 4-Chrys-
ler 1991 excel cond.
$65 obo. 315-1612

TIRES (4) P-235x55/17
1/2 tread $90 Call
352-483-2664

TRAILER for small cars
& trucks. Dual axle
$200 Please call
352-728-4325

TRAILER HITCH Reese
'98-'04, Toyota Ta-
coma pick-up. $75.
352-815-0268

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

WHEELS set of 4 alum.
Sport for 6 lug Dodge
$70. Please call
352-253-0271

1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR 48V- up
graded in 08. W.
& fast. $1,250.
SOLD 1ST CALL!!

CLUB CAR Radi4eo
Playsr.Purohassd
01/00, still und. r
SOLD!

E-Z-GO '94, seats 4,
new enclosure, seat
cover, tires & rims.
$950. 391-4106

FREEDOM 3999-Eagy

tris '08. $1,100.
ebe. SOLD!

PRECEDENT CLUB CAR
'07, batteries '09,
excel cond. $2,300
obo. 352-430-3616

SEAT COVER Brand
New, plum & grey.
Paid $100. Asking
$79. 352-314-2306
TIRES 4 like new DOT,
on 8" rims. $100.
352-750-4828

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Gas, 4/8 yr. warranty.
$4988. If you buy any-
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ERA TOM GRIZZARD REALTY


Home has lots of extras,

including a lakefront view


This pool home has three bedrooms, two baths and an indoor grilling station.


Unique features make this three bed-
room, two-bath lakefront pool home stand
above the rest. With 2,303 square feet of
living area that includes a spacious
living/dining room with a fireplace, which
features a large picturesque front window.
That allows for plenty of natural lighting
and views of the nicely landscaped front
lawn. The family room, with glass sliding
doors that open to the screened enclosed
pool area, offers panoramic views of the
lakefront and is complete with a unique
indoor red-brick grilling station unlike any
you've ever seen. The master suite's loca-


tion affords complete privacy and is com-
plimented by glass doors that open to the
pool area. The guest rooms and bath virtu-
ally have their own private area on the
other side of the home, and both have
plenty of storage and closet space. The
home's other features include an inside
laundry, wood and tile flooring, a built-in
desk and in-wall ironing board which
are just some of the extras that can be
yours with this home in Love's Point, just
minutes from town. Priced at $425,000.
ML#G4649297. Call Linda Grizzard at 352-
504-0085.


PAL REALTY



This home has 2 master


suites, a large BBQ patio


You enter this customized, beautifully
cared-for home through a screened-entry
alcove. There's decorative ceramic tile in
every room, a fabulous kitchen with upgrad-
ed appliances, a glass-top range, and a
sunny and cheerful nook. The great room is
a formal dining/living room combination.
The huge Florida room has a serene green-
belt view, the large master suite has a large
walk-in closet with a private master bath, a
garden soaker tub, dual-sink vanities, and a
large glass step in the shower. There's also a
guest bedroom and bath. The oversized 2-car
garage has workbench storage and shelving,
and there's a large barbecue patio. Other


features include an architectural-shingled
roof, an energy-efficient, insulated Florida
room and tinted windows, all making this
an ideal Florida home.
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, full-
time activity directors, 100-plus activities
per week, state of the art fitness centers,
walking and biking trails, 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 #977
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This home features an oversized 2-car garage, an insulated Florida room and tinted windows.


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S Updated home in historic

H area offers plenty of space


This home features four bedrooms, 3.5 baths and 4,600 square feet of space.


Looking for lots of room in historic
Palmora Park? Here it is more than 4,600
square fteet of living space, and its located
near schools, doctors' offices, restaurants
and a hospital. The home is in a highly
sought after historic district just off of Lake
Harris. This grand home features four bed-
rooms, 3.5 baths and a separate office.
There's eating space in the kitchen, and
there's a formal dining room, a family room
and a living room. There are two master
suites with a great split bedroom floor plan,
volume ceilings and an attached 2-car
garage. This home is perfect for a doctor or
professional executive looking to relocate


their family into the area. The kitchen has
been beautifully updated with granite coun-
tertops and stainless steel appliances, and
the bathrooms have all been upgraded as
well with solid surface vanity tops and top
of the line fixtures. The main master suite
has an extra room attached. This room
would be perfect for an additional office, a
nursery or a workout area. The home also
features a wood-burning fireplace and an
inside laundry. The entire home is wired
with a sound system. The cost is $449,000.
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REAL ESTATE NEWS


Centex Homes launches major
"Half Off" sales incentive weekend
ORLANDO Centex Homes, which builds new single-fam-
ily and town homes priced from the low $100s in five
Orlando area communities, is offering half-off options up to
$10,000 in new home sales incentives in all five Central
Florida communities September 17-19.
Sean Strickler, vice president of sales and marketing for
Centex Homes in the Orlando region, said Centex Homes
will pay up to six percent towards closing costs as well this
weekend.
"This is our biggest and best sales incentive program so far
this year, there is clearly never been a better time to own a
new home. The opportunity offered by current pricing on
top of all-time low interest rates is incredible," Strickler said.
Centex Homes is offering the incentives package at
Emerson Park in Apopka, where new homes are priced from
$119,990; at Legacy Park in Casselberry, where new homes
are priced from $139,990; at Sterling Meadows in Sanford
where prices start from $119,990; at Sutton Place in
Altamonte Springs, priced from $134,990 and at Sullivan
Ranch in Mount Dora, where prices range from $121,990.
For more information, visit www.centex.com or call 877-
215-2559.

Record-breaking 12,000-plus
square foot goreclosure to be
auctioned by REDC
On the heels of last month's mega auction series
that generated $43 million in foreclosure sales,
REDC returns to the Sunshine State to auction
another 800-plus new bank-owned properties

ORLANDO The largest residential foreclosure in REDC
history, a 12,046 square foot mansion, will be auctioned
9:30 a.m., Saturday at Orlando World Center Resort Marriott
in Orlando, when REDC launches a six-city, six-day auction
series featuring 750+ new foreclosures.
The exquisite 12,046 square foot property in Ocala, fea-
tures eight fireplaces, eight bathrooms, nine bedrooms, and
28 total rooms spread across 4.9 acres of land. The mansion
also features a gazebo, fish pond, swimming pool, four-car
garage and a guest house.
With the previous high value of the property being $3.8
million, 90 percent above the set starting bid of $319K, what
will this castle go for? Who will get the deal of a lifetime?
This breathtaking property is just the tip of the iceberg.
Orlando is set to auction over 180 additional properties,
most of which are first-class houses.
Additional best Orlando area auction deals include:
1708 Elsie Park Ct. in Kissimmee, with a 3,281 sq. ft.
house previously valued to $532K; starting auction bid of
$79K;
2625 Brompton Ct. Orlando, a 3,456 sq. ft. house previ-
ously valued to $450K; starting auction bid of $59K;
914 S. 8th St. Leesburg, a 4,087 sq. ft. house previously
valued to $395K; starting auction bid of $129K;
To view all properties, go to REDC's website at www.auc-
tion.com.
Helping turn houses back into homes for deserving fami-
lies, REDC has auctioned 3,700+ bank-owned properties this
year in Florida for $148.7 million, including last month's
Florida campaign that auctioned 1,095 foreclosures for $43.9
million. Overall this year, REDC has auctioned 27,500+
bank-owned properties nationally for $1.2 billion.
"These auctions provide a great opportunity for first-time
homebuyers, investors and general homebuyers who may be
looking to move into bigger properties and pay lower mort-
gages," says REDC CEO Jeff Frieden. "Homebuyers and
investors will be bidding on and buying these foreclosures
for as much as 50-60% less than their previous high value.
The sellers of these bank-owned houses are highly motivated
to turn these non-performing assets into performing assets,
which gives bidders a great advantage. When you combine
motivated sellers, lower housing prices and the lowest inter-
est rates in 50 years, it has created the 'perfect storm' for
buying a property."
The auctions will fuel the local economy, Frieden says.


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"When a house sits vacant, no one is paying a mortgage,
property taxes, gas, electric and water bills, all of which
hurts the local and national economy," he says. "But when
REDC turns a foreclosure back into a home, a new family is
paying a mortgage, property taxes, gas, electric and water
bills, and they're creating jobs by hiring landscapers,
painters and electricians, all of which fuels the economy."

Grubb & Ellis negotiates long-term
lease for new Primetime Sports Pub
& Grill in Orlando
ORLANDO Grubb & Ellis Commercial Florida, associated
with 130 Grubb & Ellis offices worldwide, recently complet-
ed a new long-term lease agreement for Primetime Sports
Pub & Grill at the 100 E. Pine St. building in downtown
Orlando. The space is the former home of The Clubhouse,
and Primetime will be filling the void that was created with
the closing of The Clubhouse by offering the only true
sports restaurant and bar atmosphere in downtown Orlando,
with a goal of opening for business very soon.
Aaron Gray, associate at Grubb & Ellis|Commercial Florida,
negotiated the 65-month lease on behalf of the new tenant
who leased 4,083 square feet of retail space on the ground
floor of the six-story building near the intersection of S.
Magnolia Ave.
Robert Kellogg, CCIM, vice president of Office Services at
Grubb & Ellis|Commercial Florida participated in the trans-
action on behalf of the landlord, 100 East Pine Street LLC of
Orlando.
For information visit www.grubb-ellis.com.

NAI Realvest negotiates office
renewal lease at The Citadel in
southeast Orlando
MAITLAND NAI Realvest recently completed a renewal
lease for office space at The Citadel International located at
5950 Hazeltine National Dr. in Southeast Orlando.
Senior Associate Mary Frances West, CCIM negotiated the
agreement on behalf of the landlord, Orlando-based Citadel
Partners, LTD.
The tenant, ARR Investments, Inc. renewed its lease of
suite 630 with 1,218 square feet.
NAI Realvest handles management and leasing of The
Citadel International office building. West leads the leasing
team that includes associates Kevin O'Connor and Matt
Cichocki.
For more information call 407-875-9989 or visit
www.nairealvest.com.

Pulte Homes "Half Off" sales
incentive weekend
ORLANDO Pulte Homes is offering incentives packages
at both Berkshire Place Townhomes and Berkshire Park in
Windermere, where new homes are priced from $153,990; at
Verde Ridge in Clermont, where prices start from $158,990;
at MeadowRidge in Ocoee, priced from $299,990 and at
VillageWalk at Lake Nona in southeast Orlando, priced from
$199,990, Friday, September 17 through Sunday, September
19.
Pulte Homes, the largest builder in the nation which
builds new single-family and town homes priced from the
$150s in five of its Orlando communities.
Sean Strickler, vice president of sales and marketing for
Pulte Homes in Orlando, said in addition to half off options
valued up to $10,000, Pulte Homes will pay up to $8,000
towards closing costs as well this weekend.
For information www.Pulte.com/orlando or call 866-830-
4648.

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Celebration has always attracted the luxury/elite buyers
because of its location to Disney comments Mrs. Hall-
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and are approximately 25 minutes to the Orlando
International Airport, and are close to other theme parks,
such as Universal Studios and Sea World. We are also located
1-hour from the beach and cruise ship ports. So location is
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and have all the amenities you could possibly need, includ-
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community pools, and monthly events. Because it is very
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Disney's latest project, Golden Oaks, is located inside the
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Amenities include elite concierge services, private privileges
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The gated community has prices that starting at $1.5m. If
you are looking for something a little less pricey, then take a
look at Celebration where prices range from $79k to $3.9m.
Dana Hall-Bradley offers a unique marketing system
through Platinum Sales Systems that sets her apart from
other realtors in the area. "My experience, and familiarity
with the Central Florida luxury market, comes from being
born and raised in Central Florida, so I know this area very
well." says Dana. She utilizes strong communication and
negotiation skills, and is dedicated to timely follow-up with
her clients. According to Dana, she feels that it is very
important to stay in contact with her clients throughout
and after the buying/selling process. Aside from that fact
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home, or any home for that matter, how that home is mar-
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expectations" says Walter Arzon of Ardynn PR.
For information visit www.TourofLuxuryHomes.com or
contact Dana Hall-Bradley at 407-433-9699.

NAI Realvest Brokers sale of
development site in southeast
Orlando for a new Tire Kingdom
Store
ORLANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated the
$585,000 purchase of Lot 1, a 0.70-acre retail development
site at 7138 Narcoossee Road in southeast Orlando, the loca-
tion for a new Tire Kingdom store.
NAI Realvest Principals Kevin O'Connor and Matt
Cichocki negotiated the transaction representing both the
buyer and the seller. The buyer, Pavilion TK-Narcoossee, LLC
based in Charlotte, N.C. is a developer for Tire Kingdom and
plans to construct a 7,100 square foot store on the site.
Thomas Bardon and Lawrence and Terri Razzano of
Orlando are the sellers.
This is the eighth Central Florida location the NAI
Realvest retail team of O'Connor and Cichocki has secured
for Tire Kingdom, with three additional sites under contract.
For information call 407-644-4142 or visit
www.NAIRealvest.com.


PROPERTY TRANSFERS


Linda J Bennett and John S
Bennett to Lake County
Wetlands Trust and M M
Okennedy Tr, D 2007045877,
$10.
Linda J Bennett to Julio E
Vega and Marilyn Vega, Lt 186
Lexington Village Ph III,
$85,000.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Vicki Marie Sibbet, Un 103 103
Wk 26 Villas at Summer Bay,
$10,360.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Andrzej Nowak and Bozena
Nowak, Un 104 102 Wk 47
Villas at Summer Bay, $6,500.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Claudia L Ohler and Albert D
Ohler, Un 105 307 Wk 36 Villas
at Summer Bay, $7,406.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Carl S Passialis and Jeanne M
Passialis, Un 105, 308 Wk 21
Villas at Summer Bay, $7,540.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Joe Ray Boley and Darlene A
Boley, Un 106 106 Wk 41 Villas
at Summer Bay, $7,940.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Hwey Chou Cheng In Ruth, Un
201 105 Wk 25 Summer Bay
Resort Condo I, $15,300.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Giuseppe Ribaudo, Rosalia
Onata and Francesca Ribaudo,
Un 201 204 Wk 36 Summer
Bay Resort Condo I, $16,700.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Anthony Derrick Shepherd, Un
203 203 Wk 41 Summer Bay
Resort Condo I, $15,140.


Summer Bay Partnership to
Winston L Seville and Elonia
Seville, Un 208 105 Wk 34,
Summer Bay Resort Condo I,
$14,540.
Summer Bay Partnersip to
Steven J Greiner and Paula A
Greiner, Un 208 202 Wk 45
Summer Bay Resort Condo I,
$13,900.
Timothy W Proctor, Linda
Proctor and Timothy Proctor
to Arnold Dalessandro, Lt 57
Somerset Ests Ph I, $145,000.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Cheryl Lee Leon, Un 502 107
Wk 32 Summer Isles Condo I,
$6,950.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Jose LuisAhumada, Un 502
401 Wk 39 Summer Isles
Condo I, $5,920.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Tiffany N Harris and Robert C
Wilkerson Jr., Un 502 406 Wk
24, Summer Isles Condo I,
$5,900.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Maritza Rodriguez Diaz, Un
504 404 Wk 16 Summer Isles
Condo I, $33,120.
Summer Bay Partnership to
Francisco E Cunningham and
Brenda Cunningham, Un 504
404 Wk 25 Summer Isles
Condo I, $32,300.
Coastal Timeshare
Creations LLC to Robert W
Cox and Barbara J Cox, Un
205 104 Wek 22, Summer Bay
Resort Condo II, $12,300.


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EXPERIENCE OUR LIFESTYLEY
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PROPERTY TRANSFERS


LOCATION: 425 E Mills Avenue, Eustis FEATURES: Block
2BR/2BA, screen porch, large family room. LISTING PRICE:
$69,000 SELLING PRICE: $69,000 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: Frank Kutch, Century 21/Arrow Realty Inc. SELLING
AGENT & OFFICE: Larry Beard, ERA Tom Grizzard Realtors.


LOCATION: 2908 Manatee Road, Tavares FEATURES: Fox LOCATION: 30930 Fairvista Drive, Tavares FEATURES: Grand
Run 2BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $84,900 SELLING PRICE: Oak Estates 3BR/2BA, 2,092 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $182,900
$80,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Mary Dunn, Dunn SELLING PRICE: $179,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE:
Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Marlene Cook, ERA Tom George Philbeck, Keller Williams Advantage 2. SELLING
Grizzard Realtors. AGENT & OFFICE: Cindi Heiligenthal, ERA Tom Grizzard
Realtors.


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LOCATION: 24900 Martin Street, Eustis FEATURES: Beautiful
4BR/2BA with 2,400+ sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $139,900
SELLING PRICE: $139,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE:
Shannon Alakan, Re/Max Town Centre. SELLING AGENT &
OFFICE: Jackie Martin, ERA Tom Grizzard Realtors.


LOCATION: 13016 Hartle Road, Clermont FEATURES: Direct
lakefront home with 3BR/2BA, gorgeous views. LISTING
PRICE: $289,500 SELLING PRICE: $240,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Cathy Hill & Jill Nelan, ERA Tom Grizzard
Realtors. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Olga Jakubowski,
Watson Realty Corp.


LOCATION: Eustis FEATURES: 2BR/1BA, 1,000 sq. ft., knotty
pine cabinets, remodeled bathroom, wood laminate floors
throughout the living room & bedrooms. LISTING PRICE:
$39,900 SELLING PRICE: $39,900 LISTING AGENT &
OFFICE: Greg Shipley, Coldwell Banker Camelot Realty.
SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Greg Shipley, Coldwell Banker
Camelot Realty.


LUCATIUN: Eustis FEATURES: Home has 42" cabinets with
crown molding, gorgeous master bath, with corner tub & separate
shower, large covered porch & all on a full acre! LISTING
PRICE: $135,660 SELLING PRICE: $131,000 LISTING AGENT
& OFFICE: Ronald Gentile & Kimberly James, Coldwell Banker
Residential RE. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Sharon Wooten,
ERA Tom Grizzard Inc.


LOCATION: Bushnell FEATURES: Beautiful contemporary
styled home located in south Sumter County. This home
boasts plenty of ceramic tile, unique light fixtures, berber
carpeting, & an open floor plan designed to make it perfect
for entertaining. LISTING PRICE: $189,000 SELLING PRICE:
$121,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Linnete Sanzalone &
Robert Lyles, Micki Blackburn Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT &
OFFICE: Misty Noland, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc.


LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 3 bedrooms (or 2
bedrooms w/den), 2 baths w/beautiful hardwood floors, new
tiled kitchen countertops. Both bathrooms have been
tastefully updated. Snuggle up around the double-sided,
wood-burning fireplace. LISTING PRICE: $195,000 SELLING
PRICE: $138,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Chris Wood,
ERA Tom Grizzard Inc.SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dana
Brunetti, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc


LOCATION: XXX FEATURES: 2BR/2BA, Twin Lakes
Community LISTING PRICE: $144,000 SELLING PRICE:
$120,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Julie Hall, Barbara L.
Johnson Realty, Inc.. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Julie Hall,
Barbara L. Johnson Realty, Inc.


LOCATION: 28000 State Road 33 Leesburg FEATURES:
3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $219,900 SELLING PRICE:
$255,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Eileen Scates, Watson
Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Julie Riegler, Morris
Realty & Investments.


LOCATION: 16524 Magnolia Terrace, Montverde FEATURES:
4BR/3BA, 2,804 sq. fT. LISTING PRICE: $237,200 SELLING
PRICE: $235,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Steve
Misciagno, Watson Realty Corp. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Lori Rios, Blue Pearl Realty.


LOCATION: 11215 Rose Hill Drive, Clermont FEATURES:
3BR/2BA, 1,979 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $178,500 SELLING
PRICE: $160,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Verna Long,
Watson Realty Corp. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Maria
Castro, Beachfront Realty.


LOCATION: 2615 Madera Ct., Lady Lake FEATURES:
4BR/2.5BA LISTING PRICE: $475,000 SELLING PRICE:
$465,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Theresa Morris, Morris
Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Dennis Churchill,
Infinity Real Estate.


LOCATION: 2121 Braxton, Clermont FEATURES: 2BR/2BA,
1,170 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $119,000 SELLING PRICE:
$114,000.LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Richard Bisaillon,
Coldwell Banker. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Bob Mitchell,.
RK Mitchell Realty


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