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BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
With a large elderly popu-
lation, Lake County seems
like it would be susceptible
to crimes against the elder-
ly.
After all, 30 percent of the
county's estimated 312,000
people are aged 65 and
older, according to U.S.
Census Bureau figures.
In August alone, three
people were accused of
exploitation of the elderly
in two separate incidents in
Clermont.
And in February, another
person was arrested for the
same crime in Mount Dora.
The suspects in these
cases are accused of scam-

See COPS, A2
Arrest reports for exploita-
tion of the elderly and disabled:
0 2010- 6 (to date)
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COURTESY PHOTOS


Adventure


is her


passion

From scuba diving to

ballet, softball to
photography, this 12-year

old wants to try it all
ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT Kristin Lawrence is not your
average 12-year-old girl. For years, she has
sought adventure.
Her family, headed by father David
Lawrence, has supported the growing curios-
ity that has allowed Kristin to experience
exciting moments, from ballet and softball
to photography and scuba diving.
Don't let her soft-spoken nature fool you.
"I think you should try everything once.
Find what you really like," she said.
In 2006, before an annual family lobster
fishing trip in the Florida Keys, her father
decided Kristin was old enough to dive into


Her interests have no bounds Kristin Lawrence started
scuba diving at age 8, which led her to photograph Allen
Sherrod in his attempt to break the Guiness world record for
longest scuba dive in an open freshwater environment.


See ADVENTURE, A2


Beach


reopens

ROXANNE BROWN
StaffWnter
CLERMONT Residents can
grab their swimsuits, buckets,
sunscreen and towels and head
to Waterfront Park for some sand
and surf.
It's official the beach will
soon be open.
"It's weekends only right now,
but it's what people have been
waiting for," Assistant City
Manager Darren Gray said.
Beginning Sept. 25, the swim-
ming area at the Waterfront Park
beach will be open to the public.
No more orange fencing to deter
swimmers. No more signs telling
people to stay out.
On Friday, Lake County
Health Department officials con-
ducted their final inspection and
signed off on the permit allow-
ing Clermont to reopen.
However, two lifeguards will be
required due to the continued
poor visibility in the lake, which
stands at about 2 feet.
The depth of Lake Minneola
at the swimming area is 3 feet.
"If we allow people to swim
without two lifeguards on duty,
it would be a violation of our per-
mit and we're not going to do
that," Gray said.
Through Oct. 31, the beach
will be open from 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
The swimming area will be
closed from November through
March and will reopen again in
April 2011 for weekend swim-
ming only.
From Memorial Day to Labor
Day 2011, which covers the
entire summer, the swim area
should be open seven days a
week.
After learning of the county
health department's two life-
guard requirement last month,
council members voted to bear
the $42,000 expense of training
and hiring the lifeguards and
purchasing all the necessary
equipment, including lifeguard
chairs and life-saving equip-
ment.
To ensure no problems with
lifeguard coverage, Gray said the
city hired six part-time life-
guards. If a lifeguard is not able to
work a day, city officials will have
a pool of people to choose from,
he said.


Your money, your government: Umatilla


BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
UMATILLA Umatilla calls
itself the "Gateway to the
Ocala National Forest."
The city has a council-
manager form of govern-
ment, with City Manager
Glenn Irby reporting to a six-
member city council.
Council members and the
mayor are elected at large.
That means they must reside
in a particular area to run for
that council seat, but voters
citywide choose all council
members.


The mayor does not vote,
but can veto ordinances
adopted by the city council,
said City Clerk Karen
Howard. Council members
can override the mayor's veto
with four votes.
In November 2007,
Umatilla voters approved a
referendum lengthening the
terms for council members
and the mayor to four years.
This allows city elections to
be held at the same time as
county, state and federal elec-
See UMATILLA, A2


By the numbers
Budget
Total Revenue $6,911,813
Total Expenditures $6,911,813


City officials
annual salaries
City Manager
Public Works Director
Police Chief


$90,000
$55,000
$55,000


Elected Officials
annual salaries
Councilmember $3,600
(Minimum based on $150/meeting)


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Clermont special athletes bowl over their sponsors


ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT It was the
South Lake Special Athletes
against the Sons of the
American Legion at the bowl-
ing alley on Thursday after-
noon.
By the end two games, it
was clear that the South Lake
Special Athletes took it and
are looking forward to the
pizza they were promised.
"I knew we had a good
chance at winning. Izzy was
doing good, so that helped us
out big time," bowler Craig
Evans, 30, said about team
member Isabel Garcia, 28.
Izzy made no qualms about
it either when asked about the
173 she bowled in game two.
"Yeah, I did good out
there," she said.
The Sons members, who
belong to Squadron 55 in
Clermont, agreed to the com-
petition after a challenge by
the group they sponsor.
The Special Athletes are
disabled adults and children
who get together every
Wednesday at the Clermont
Bowling Center for two
games.
For the past 7 to 8 years,
Kim Ambrose and Peggy
Hollinger have overseen the
weekly outing. On any given
week, about 20-30 people join


the fun.
Ambrose said that, handi-
capped or not, anyone is wel-
come.
She said the bowlers were
part of a Special Olympics
team during the organiza-
tion's season and played for
fun during the off season.
The team is no longer asso-
ciated with Special Olympics
and is strictly for fun and not
competition.
Thursday however was a
different story and the com-
petition-though friendly-
was fierce.
"Oh man, it looks like we've
lost the first set of games,"
Sons Commander Sonny
Perchitti said.
Halfway through the sec-
ond set of games, Perchitti
knew it was over.
"I'm gonna concede now
because there's no way we're
pulling out of this," Perchitti
said.
Ambrose hopes that the
competition will bring aware-
ness to the needs of disabled
members of the community.
"There are so many dis-
abled kids and adults in the
community and nothing for
them to do year round,"
Ambrose said. "I have people
here with every disability
imaginable and some of them
live in group homes."


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Avery Coronka helps South Lake Special Athletes' Ilan Romero to line up his shot during a bowling match against American Legion members
Wednesday at the Clermont Bowling Center.


COPS
From Al


ming their victims out of a
total of well over $100,000.
Overall, though, the
number of crimes prosecut-
ed as "exploitation of the
elderly" is relatively low,
Lake County sheriff's offi-
cials said.
In all, six incidents of
crimes against the elderly or
disabled have been reported
to the sheriff's office so far
this year, records show.
Last year, there were 14.
During the past five years,
crimes against the elderly
and disabled in Lake
County hit a hit a peak of
27 in 2007, according to
sheriff's office statistics.


There are two caveats to
those figures, though. For
one, sheriff's office records
do not differentiate
between crimes against the
elderly or the disabled, so
both are combined in these
statistics, said Sgt. Jim
Vachon. Also, the State
Attorney's Office prosecutes
some crimes as grand theft
and others as exploitation
of the elderly, said Detective
George Gates with the Lake
County Sheriff's Office.
Gates, who investigates
many crimes against the
elderly, said if the victim is
competent, prosecutors will
pursue the crime as a grand
theft. If the victim is
incompetent, prosecutors
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exploitation.
The typical scenario for
people taking advantage of
an elderly person goes like
this: The older person is not
thinking clearly or not mak-
ing decisions on his or her
own will usually trust fami-
ly members to help them,
Gates said.
Sometimes, family mem-
bers will take advantage of
that trust and take money
or other assets from the eld-
erly person.
"It kind of makes you lose
your faith in family," Gates
said. "They see dollar signs.
It's hard to guard against it.
"People in that (older)


generation tend to trust
people. They come from an
era where you did things on
a handshake. They still
think they can do that."
Often, the elderly person's
will is involved, so family
members stand to gain
money.
Other times, you might
have someone from outside
the family who is genuinely
trying to help, and then
you see the children or
grandchildren get jealous
because they think the out-
sider will get the money,
Gates said.
To Gates, the number of
crimes against the elderly


and disabled is not frighten-
ingly high. Neither are
crimes of defrauding and
scamming the elderly.
"That's going down due
to education," he said.
Joe Roubicek, a former
Fort Lauderdale police offi-
cer, has written a training
manual on exploitation of
the elderly. He also has tes-
tified before the Legislature
about these crimes and
helped write the state law
that prohibits exploitation
of an elderly person or dis-
abled adult.
According to Roubicek,
the typical profile of an eld-
erly exploitation shows he


or she:
Suffers from memory
loss.
Is isolated and lonely.
Is unaware of the theft.
Feels responsible.
Will not prosecute.
Doesn't know his or
her assets.
Wants restitution.
Depends on the sus-
pect.


ADVENTURE
From Al


the depths and experience
the underwater world. Ever
since that day, scuba diving
has become another of her
favorite activities.
Just recently, Kristin was
involved with a project of
Allen Sherrod's, a Groveland
man seeking to break the
Guinness world record for
the longest scuba dive in an
open freshwater environ-
ment. She was asked to be
one of the divers on
Sherrod's safety team.
In two days, she spent
more than 11 hours under-
water caring for and helping
Sherrod. He fell short of the
record because of a bout
with the flu that caused him
problems while underwater.
When Sherrod tries for
the record again in a couple
of weeks, Kristin will be
there to help as well from


8 a.m. to noon daily.
In addition, Kristin was
the photographer in charge
of documenting Sherrod's
attempt from start to finish,
including taking underwater
shots with a camera outfit-
ted with a special water-
proof bag.
Kristin has developed into
quite a good photographer
after she picked up her dad's
camera one day at the beach
as a young child. She's since
mastered the Canon 30-D.
"She's the only one if the
family I'll let touch my cam-
era, or any of my electronic
equipment," her dad said.
Other favorite past times
are ballet and competitive
softball. She's been taking
ballet lessons for nine years
and she's a first baseman
and pitcher with The Tampa
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"I'm so proud of her and
all the things she does,"
David Lawrence said. "She's
such a natural at everything
she takes on."
As for the future, Kristin
has spent some time won-
dering what she really wants
to do when she grows up.
Right now, it's a toss-up
between being a marine
biologist, an artist, dancer, a
preschool teacher, a nurse or
a professional softball play-
er.
She's the first to admit she
may even do more than one
of those things.
"I like everything I do,"
she said. "I don't know
what I will choose yet."
However, one thing is cer-
tain she's not slowing
down.
"I can't imagine not doing
what I do," Kristin said. "I'd
rather do something fun
and adventurous than any-
thing else."
David, a fellow scuba
diver and experienced pho-
tographer, said the thing he
admires the most about his
daughter is her determina-


tion.
"When she was a little girl
learning to ride her bike
without training wheels, she
kept trying and trying,
falling and getting up, until
she got it down," he said. "I
think she spent two days
nonstop at it. She's not one
to quit because something's
hard."
Or because it's not some-
thing a girl normally does.
And Kristin doesn't consider
herself a "tomboy," just a
girl that likes a good adven-
ture.
"Instead of reading about
biology, chemistry or first
aid in a book, I'd rather live
it," she said. "I just learn
better doing things hands-
on."


UMATILLA
From Al


tions and saves city taxpayers
the expense of holding
stand-alone city elections.
On Nov. 2, city council
Seats 4 and 5 will be on the
ballot for a four-year term.
The candidate elected to each
position will serve from
January 2011 through the
end of December 2014.
As for recreation, nearby
Alexander Springs features
the southern end of the
Florida Trail, a 60-mile
unpaved hiking trail. The
city has been designated as a
Gateway Community of the
Florida Trail Association.
Umatilla was founded in
1856 by Nathan J. Trowell,
according to the city's web-
site, www.umatillafl.org. The
name was taken from an
Oregon town of the same


name, and Indian name
meaning "laughing waters."
The city was incorporated
on Nov. 8, 1904, and now
has about 2,500 residents,
according to 2004 U.S.
Census projections.
Umatilla is known for a
variety of annual events:
Every March, the Friends
of the Library host a citywide
yard sale on the first Saturday
in March.
Umatilla is home to the
Florida Black Bear Festival,
also in March.
The North Lake Relay for
Life, an American Cancer
Society event, is in April.
The Cracker Christmas
Parade and Dog Jog is held
every November. An arts and
crafts festival in Cadwell Park
follows the parade.


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Clermont's

second city

celebration

on tap for

Oct. 1-2

ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT- City officials
say they're planning on
another big celebration on
Oct. 1 and 2.
"Last year's celebration
was so huge because it was
the city's 125th anniver-
sary," said Recreation
Manager Dave Teske.
"People had a great time
though, so the thought was
"Why don't we do some-
thing in the fall for the
entire community every
year?"
The two-day celebration
will begin with a communi-
ty street party from 7 to 11
p.m. Friday down Eighth
and Montrose Streets.
"The whole idea is to
have fun food, walk around
the stores and enjoy the
free entertainment and
each other," Teske said.
The night will include
food, vendors and home-
grown entertainment,
including a concert by local
band Stone Free.
The featured entertain-
ment of the night however,
is a live performance by
The Marshall Tucker Band,
a nationally renowned
1970's southern rock group.

IN MEMORY


Death Notices

Jorge A. Arellano
Jorge A. Arellano, 78, of
Clermont died Monday, Sept.
20, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Patricia May Baker
Patricia May Baker, 79, of
Clermont died Tuesday, Sept.
14, 2010. Brewer and Sons
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Yeanson de la Concha
Yeanson "Jessie" de la
Concha, 65, of Clermont
died Monday, Sept. 20, 2010.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Theresa A. Gregoire
Theresa A. Gregoire, 81, of
Clermont died Sunday, Sept.
19, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Deborah Holland
Deborah Elaine Holland,
52, of Groveland died
Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010.
Cremation Choices,
Minneola.
Virginia Hyrons
Virginia Drawdy Hyrons,
80, of Groveland died
Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.
Imogene B. Love
Imogene B. Love, 93, of
Minneola died Tuesday, Sept.
14, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Dorothy Regina
Dorothy Regina, 77, of
Clermont died Tuesday, Sept.
21, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Luella Marie Sparrow
Luella Marie Sparrow, 88,
of Groveland died Friday,
Sept. 17, 2010. Cremation
Choices, Minneola.
Mildred Turner
Mildred "Gayle" Turner,
70, of Mascotte died Friday,
Sept. 17, 2010. Brewer and
Sons Funeral Home
Clermont/Groveland
Chapel.
John L. Wienecke


John Leonard Wienecke,
54, of Montverde died
Saturday, Sept. 11, 2010.
Brewer and Sons Funeral
Home, Clermont.
Tracy Ann Williams
Tracy Ann Williams, 45, of
Clermont died Monday, Sept.
20, 2010. Becker Family
Funeral Home, Clermont.
Raymond Wilson
Raymond Glenn Wilson,
79, of Minneola died
Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010.
Becker Family Funeral Home,
Clermont.


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made the show so with out
him, I don't know. I'm not
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Debbie Smith
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Sound simplistic? It isn't, not
when our government and our
government officials are the tar-
gets.
Access to records of agencies in
our government is our right. The
process that led to that right in
this state officially started in
1909 with the Public Records
Law.
It has continually evolved
since. In 1967, the Government-


in-the-Sunshine Law was passed,
granting the public access to
meetings of boards, commission-
ers and/or other governing
boards. Any records made or
recorded in the course of official
business by a public body would
be available for inspection by the
public, unless specifically
exempted by the Florida
Legislature.
Commonly known as the
Sunshine Law, an area of concern
through the years remained the
Legislature. In 1990, a state con-
stitutional amendment was over-
whelmingly passed by voters pro-
viding for open meetings in the
legislative branch of government.
It has taken an immense
amount of patience and persever-


ance, extending over a great deal
of time, to establish these rights.
The laws have been challenged
throughout the last century. But
the courts have continued to
uphold what the Sunshine Law
stands for, the right of the public
to know.
Remember: Government offi-
cials are either elected by us, or
appointed by those elected by us.
They work for us, and they
should be held accountable.
Ours may be the Sunshine
State, but when grouped with the
law, Sunshine takes on a different
context. It evokes a brightness
that illuminates all, under which
nothing can be hidden in shad-
ow.
May it ever be so.


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Friday, September 24, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A5


Lake, Sumter jobless rates continue climb

Florida sees figures climb slightly to 11.7% , '


BRAD BUCK
Staff Writer
Lake and Sumter counties both saw a
slight increase in the percentage of peo-
ple without jobs, according to numbers
released Friday.
Lake County's rate is still higher than
the state jobless rate of 11.7 percent,
although Sumter is less than the state
average.
In Lake, the jump was higher, going
up from 12 percent in July to 12.4 per-
cent in August, according to the Agency
for Workforce Innovation. The latest
numbers are 0.5 percentage points
higher than last year's rate of 11.9.
For Sumter, the unemployment rate
up from 9.8 percent to 9.9 percent. Last
August, Sumter's jobless rate was 9.3
percent.


The state unemployment rate was
11.7 percent for August, AWI reported.
That means 1,084,000 people out of
Florida's labor force of 9,229,000 people
are out of work and actively seeking a
job, the report said.
The job picture in Florida is getting
better, according to state officials.
AWI reports an increase of 29,800
jobs compared to a year ago. Private
education and health services are the
areas gaining the most jobs. Other areas
seeing more jobs are trade, transporta-
tion, utilities, professional and business
services, leisure and hospitality, the
report said.
Industries losing jobs include con-
struction, financial activities, informa-
tion, manufacturing and government.
As one way to help people find jobs,


up from 12 percent in July



up from 9.8 percent in July.
Source: State Agency for Workforce
Innovation
Gov. Charlie Crist last week announced
a web-based initiative called Employ
Florida Vets, through which the state
hopes to help connect veterans and
their skill sets with employers.
Florida's highest unemployment rate
was in Hendry County, with 20.6 per-
cent out of work. The lowest rate was in
Liberty County in the Panhandle with
7.5 percent seeking jobs.


Lake, Sumter show increases in college exam scores


LARRY ELL
Staff Writer
College seems to be a
growing priority for Lake
and Sumter County high
school students.
State education officials
released a report this week
showing more Florida stu-
dents than ever are taking
the college readiness exams
and improving their scores.
According to information
from the College Board,
nearly 10 percent more stu-
dents statewide took the SAT
this year, almost five times
the national increase, and
experienced a one-point
increase in the mean scores
across all SAT subsections.


In Lake County, figures
showed 967 out of 2,739
seniors took the SAT, while
1,423 took the ACT.
Out of a total of 460
Sumter County seniors, 146
took the SAT and 301 took
the ACT.
Both districts also showed
increases in their 2010
scores over 2009 scores on
both college entrance
exams.
Lake County seniors
improved their mean SAT
scores by three points in
each category of reading,
math and writing.
Sumter seniors posted
mean SAT increases of eight
points in reading, six points
in math and 18 points in


writing.
However, in comparison
to the rest of the state, both
districts posted scores at or
below statewide averages of
494 in reading, 497 in math
and 476 in writing.
On the ACT, Lake students
scored higher than the state
average in English, science,
reading, and composite, but
lower in math. Sumter stu-
dents scored higher than the
state average in science;
equaled the average in read-
ing; and was below the aver-
age in English, math, and
composite scores.
Overall, state officials
said they were pleased with
the progress.
"Florida's concentrated


I*lu I cau IL
Mean SAT scores
Lake Sumter
Reading 493 492
Math 493 497
Writing 471 473
Mean ACT scores
Composite 19.6 19.3
focus on greater academic
achievement has continued
to open doors of opportuni-
ty for our young people,"
Gov. Charlie Crist said. "I
commend our teachers for
their dedication and com-
mitment to our students and
applaud Florida students for
being eager to accept the
additional challenges."


COMMUNITY CALENDAR


September 24
Save the Date: New Beginnings and
HQ Honda host this charity golf tour-
nament at Bella Collina Country Clut
8:30 a.m. scramble. Register at
www.newbeginningslake.org, or con-
tact Linda at 638 5412, or Jesse Griffir
at 874-5768. Volunteers are also need-
ed.


Florida

Kidfest

promises

safety

instruction

ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT The Central
Florida Kidfest and Family
Expo is scheduled for 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Saturday at
Celebration of Praise Church
of God at 3700 South U.S.
Highway 27 in Clermont.
In its tenth year, the expo
provides a place where fami-
lies and participating com-
munity and non-profit
organizations can discuss
safety.
Organizers hope children
and families can learn about
fire, pool and bicycle safety.
The church's expo is con-
sidered the largest child safe-
ty day in the area.
"It has been a great event
and it's just hard to believe
it's been going on for ten
years," event coordinator
Jimmy Williams said. "We're
very privileged to have such
overwhelming support from
the participating community
groups. Many of them
return yearly with the latest
information in their specific
areas."
Williams said more than
10,000 people attend the
expo each year.
This year, in honor of the
event's tenth anniversary, an
opening ceremony and live
musical entertainment will
be added.
Williams said there will be
child fingerprinting and
many interactive displays
and booths featuring the lat-
est products and services for
the entire family.
Visitors may meet police,
deputies, fire fighters, para-
medics and forest rangers.
"Our goal has always been
to ensure that the families of
Central Florida have access
to the resources they need in
order to ensure they avoid
becoming an unfortunate
statistic," Williams said.


September 28
Clermont FairTax Meeting: The
FairTax! What is it? 7 p.m., Perkin's
Restaurant, 1660 E. S.R 50, Clermont.
Contact Jay Porter, at 394-5559.

September 29
Fat Flush & Fitness Rush program:
14-day program, 7 p.m., Clermont


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The sp;cL5and extra activities ~n

to the Iarni today ID t"rryrnnes


Waterfront Park. Free, as a complimen-
tary session. Call 874-4363 or visit
www.aliciaweber.com for information.

Informed Homebuyer Workshop: 9
a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Cooper Memorial
Library, Clermont, room 108.


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Wow: Thirsty Thursdays, weekly from 11 am to 7 pm.
Local Stimulus Price Cut
We are recruiting new members to see if you qualify call today 352-394-6767






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A6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Friday, September 24, 2010


COMMUNITY
From A5


Reservations 1-800-251-
2227. Contact Dennis
Smolarek 536-2275 at the
library.
BINGO: Every Wednesday,
begins today, South Lake
Elks Lodge #1848. Doors
open at 6 p.m., games start
at 6:30, 705 Minneola Ave.,
Clermont. Call 394-3918.

October 1
Winter Garden Music Fest:
free three-day music celebra-


tion held on Plant Street in
Historic Downtown Winter
Garden. Bring your folding
chairs. 5 to 10 p.m., Friday;
1 to 10 p.m. Saturday; 1 to 5
p.m. Sunday. Call the
Winter Garden MusicFest at
407-656-3244.

October 2
1st Annual Golf
Tournament and Golf Cart
Poker Run: South Lake Elks
Lodge #1848, held at Bella


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Collina Golf Course. $70.
Registration 7:30 a.m.,
Shotgun start 9 a.m. Contact
Denise at 255-7545 or the
Elks Lodge at 394-3918 for
information.

Pancake Breakfast in
Howey: Community Church
of Howey in the Hills, 7:30
to 10:30 a.m. Tickets are $5,
420 N. Palm Ave. Contact
Pat at 638-6139.

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 7
Regency Wine & Liquor
hosts free tasting event:
16100 Marsh Road in Winter
Garden, Weekend Warm-up
event, 6 to 9 p.m., Call 407-
654-0360.


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 infor-
mation call 407-421-6225.
Watercolor Workshop: 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., South LakeAr
League, 923 Montrose St.
Clermont. $65 members,
$70 non-members. Call 394-
3849.

October 14
Job Club: Seminar, 10
a.m., Marion Baysinger
Memorial Library, 756 West
Broad St, Groveland. how to
create a complete package
when looking for a job;
resume preparation, market-
ing yourself, completing an
application, preparing for an
interview, and how to sur-
vive on the job.

October 16
"As Time Goes By:" 7
p.m., Reminiscing will be
the order of the evening,
when Sisters of Sound per-
forms 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 18
Pumpkin Patch: 9 a.m. to
7 p.m. at the preschool
through Oct. 30,
Windermere Union Church,
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road, Windermere. Call 407-
909-0464.

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 informa-
tion or sponsorships visit
www.oaklandpark5k.com.

October 27
How Much Is Your
Business Worth: Local CPA
and Accredited Senior
Appraiser John Cento pres-
ents a public outreach pro-
gram 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.

October 28
Fall Fun Day: Windermere
Union Church, 10710 Park
Ridge-Gotha Road,
Windermere, 4 to 7 p.m. $1
tickets for activities. Call
407-909-0464 for informa-
tion.

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

See CALENDAR, A8


SOUTH LAKE HOSPITAL




ORMUANDO IEALTLt


CALENDAR OF EVENTS


October 2010


Healib &. Wellness Series

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Eqrms Clans: Odober 23, 9MO AM 5:0 PM
'Ahe V"SwiekNoayt~iar Deaem~r 7, &30 PM 9M0 PM
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soimorim curse6e125. For mov i6ru grtkgn ta4,c
352.241-10,9*.

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Clan"M begin .jaber 7, 7M P.M, -9:0PM
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Ckiober 13, &-00 PM 7-00 PM
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Centre for Women's Health Open House Events



--- Thursday, October 7 5 p.m. 6:30 n.m.

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around the Clermont area through a part-
nership with Real Life Christian Church,
1S01Steves Road in Clermont. Orders can be
placed online at www.getreallife.com or at
second Life Resale Shop, 207 N. U.S. Hwy.
27 in Minneola. For information call 407-
466-4664 or visit www.angelfoodministries.
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BINGO: Every Wednesday, South Lake Elks
Lodge #1848. Doors open at 6 p.m., games
start at 6:30, 705 Minneola Ave., Clermont.
Call 394-3918.
Teen Mops: a mentoring program for girls
who are under 20 years of age and are preg-
nant or already have a child. The group pro-
vides encouragement and resources for
young mothers and their children. Free.
Contact December Hall at 241-9618 or email
slteenmops@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.


FAITH CHAT


September 24
Husband and Wife Comedy Team -
Barnes & Miner: 7 p.m., Real Life Christian
Church. One night-only appearance, at the
church,1501 Steve's Road. Tickets $5 per
person at the door or in advance/online at
www.getreallife.com.
October 2
Pancake Breakfast in Howey: Community
Church of Howey-in-the Hills, 7:30 to 10:30
a.m. Tickets are $5, 420 N. Palm Ave.
Contact Pat at 638-6139.
October 3
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 infor-
mation call Windermere Union Church at
407-876-2112 or visit www.windermere-
union.org.
October 18
Pumpkin Patch: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the
preschool through Oct. 30, Windermere
Union Church, 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road, Windermere. Call 407-909-0464.


October 28
Fall Fun Day: Windermere Union Church,
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Road, Windermere,
4 to 7 p.m. $1 tickets for activities. Call 407-
909-0464 for information.
November 10
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.
November 29
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,
(n4.,.in.ii. non-profit organization that offers
grocery 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
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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 recov-
ery programs for the homeless. For informa-
tion 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 counseling to
Medicare recipients, helping seniors and
those soon to turn age 65. Free training.
Mileage expenses reimbursed, lunch provid-
ed. Basic computer and Internet skills need-
ed; bilingual persons are encouraged to
apply. Call the Elder hotline today at 1-800-
262-2243 for information.
PreK Storytime: for 0-4 years of age, every
Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., Minneola
Schoolhouse Library, 100 S. Main Ave. in
Minneola. Call 432-3921.
Dogs for School-Agers: to improve read-
ing-out-loud skills, 4 p.m., every Tuesday.
Begins October 12 through November 16.

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FAITH
From A8


information call 407-466-4664 or
visit
www.angelfoodministries.com.

Congregation Sinai of Minneola:
religious school has openings for
children ages 8-13. Call 243-5353.

Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran
Church: newspaper and magazine
recycling program, 13600 Caspian
Lane, Clermont. All proceeds from
recycling benefit the FAITH
Neighborhood Center food bank.
Call 242-9519.

South Lake Presbyterian Church
Food Pantry: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Monday and Fridays. Call 394-
2753.

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

The FAITH Neighborhood


Center: seeking donations of cloth-
ing, food, bed linens, blankets,
etc., 7432 S.R. 50, Groveland. Call
429-1200.

The Mission of Project Zion of
Zion Lutheran Church: seeking
donations to assist South Lake
county neighbors with food, pre-
scriptions, 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 service, 7 p.m.,
13600 Caspian Lane, Clermont.
Call 242-9519.

Christian Men in Action: 8 to 9
p.m., second Wednesday, New
Jacob's Chapel, 410 W. S.R. 50,
Clermont. Call 321-537-1906.

Thursday
Windermere Union Church
Support Group for adoptive and
foster parents: 6 to 7:30 p.m., sec-
ond 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.congregationsinai-
clermont.org.

Free Friday Flicks: for families
and children grades 3-8, 7 to 9
p.m., every Friday. Edge Memorial
United Methodist Church, 441 S.
Main Ave. Groveland. Call the
church at 429-2572.

Sunday
Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: traditional serv-
ice, 9:30 a.m. and contemporary
service, 11 a.m., 441 S. Main Ave.,
Groveland. Call 429-2572.


Edge Memorial United
Methodist Church: tweens and
youth, 6 to 7 p.m., 441 S. Main
Ave., Groveland. Call 429-2572.

The River Church: traditional
service, 9 a.m., contemporary serv-
ice, 10:30 a.m., Widow to Widow
support group, 3 p.m., 796 Hook
St., Clermont. Visit www.clermon-
triverchurch.com.

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

Woodlands Lutheran Church:
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 407-469-2525.


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HEALTH CALENDAR


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 farrier with you
for a one-on-one consultation. Call the
clinic for available times at 241-0383.
Visit www.floridaequine.com for infor-
mation.

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 pro-
gram, 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 register.


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CLERNAONT

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

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

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

FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH
915 W. DeSoto St.
Sunday School 9:45 am
Sunday Worship 10:30 am & 6:30 pm
Wednesday Worship 7:00 pm
Omar Walker 394-5966

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

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


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

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

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

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

REAL LIFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
"Helping Real People... Find Real Faith...
Worship Times
Saturday 6:00 pm
Sunday 9:30 & 11:15 am
Weekend Programs
The EDGE (Children)
All Services
Student Life Groups
Sunday 9:30 am (Middle School)
Sunday 11:15 am (High School)
The Way, I1 l I I..l. School)
Wednesday 6:00 9:00 pm
www.getreallife.com
1501 Steve's Rd 352-394-3553


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

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

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

SOUTH LAKE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
A Place of Love, Life & Growth
131 Chestnut St., Clermont
352-394-2753
East Ave 1 block south of SR 50
Worship Times:
Sunday
9 AM (Casual); 11 AM (Traditional)
6:30 PM Song in the Night (Artistic/Alternative)
Church school for all ages 9:30 AM
Childcare provided.
www.southlakepresbyterian.org

ST. MATTHIAS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Experience Traditional Worship
and a Warm Welcome!
574 Montrose St. 394-3855
in Downtown Clermont
Sunday Services 7:45, 9:30 & 11:15 a.m.
Sunday School & Nursery 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday Evening Service & Study 5:30 p.m.
www.stmatthiasfl.org

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


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


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EDGE MEMORIAL UNITED METHODIST
CHURCH
441 S. Main Avenue, Groveland
352-429-2572
Rev. Dr. Donna Manwaring
Traditional Worship 9:30 AM
Lighthouse 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

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


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

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




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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


WINTER (,ARDEN

FAITH FAMILY COMMUNITY CHURCH
305 Beulah Rd. Winter Garden
(407) 877-7735
Sunday School 9:30 am
Sunday Worship 10:45 am
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Happily ever after


VICTORIA ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Jenny and John Rasmussen renewed their vows with wedding rings Sunday at Lake Port Square in Leesburg. Her ring belonged to John's grandmother.


Long-term married
couples are healthier,

happier, experts say

THERESA CAMPBELL
Staff Writer
John and Mary Jeanette
"Jenny" Rasmussen are among


many older Americans who are
living longer and observing wed-
ding Anniversaries beyond 50
years.
The Leesburg couple celebrat-
ed 67 years of marriage on
Sunday by renewing their wed-
ding vows in front of 75 people
at Lake Harris Health Center on
the campus of Lake Port Square.
"There isn't any secret; I just


wouldn't let him go," said Jenny,
92, proudly wearing the locket
necklace that her husband gave
her on their wedding day. "I
have always loved him; it's pure
love."
"We've been working together,
hand-in-hand all through 67
years," added John, 89, who
went off to serve with the U.S.
Army Air Corps during World


War II, soon after he and Jenny
were married in a small church
ceremony on Sept. 19, 1943 in
Jacksonville.
The pair worked for Seaboard
Railroad, where Jenny developed
the railroad's credit union.
During later years when Jenny
began experiencing health prob-

See HAPPY, A13


HEALTH
From A9


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:
provides 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 addic-
tions, 7 p.m., Thursdays.
Windermere Union Church,
10710 Park Ridge-Gotha
Road in Windermere. Visit
www.naranonfl.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
donations 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
counseling, 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday to Friday,
1203 W. S.R. 50, Clermont.
Contact Eddie Judge at 242-
0257.

24 Hr. Haven of Lake and
Sumter Hotline: 753-5800.
Monday


Food Addicts in Recovery
Anonymous: 9 to 10:30
a.m., Blessed Sacrament
Catholic Church, room 4,
720 12th St., Clermont. Call
John or Bob 863-422-0389.

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-
denominational Christian
ministry that provides edu-
cation, products, services
and resources to help people
understand and practice
God's way to ultimate
health. Call 394-7702.

Tuesday
Greater Clermont Cancer
Foundation: support group,
7 to 9 p.m., second Tuesday,
927 7th St., Clermont.

Greater South Lake Area
Parkinson's Support Group:
3 p.m., third Tuesday,
Cooper Memorial Library,
room 108-A. Contact
Deborah Snow 406-8465 or
e-mail
redcsnow@yahoo.com.

HINT, Health Care
Industry Networking Team:
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., frist
Tuesday of the month.
Carrabba's Restaurant, 2240
E. S.R. 50 in Clermont.
Contact Deborah Snow, 406-
8465.

Narcotics Anonymous: 8
p.m., Tuesday, Minneola


Alliance Church, room #3,
405 Main Ave., Minneola.
Call 319-5617.

Pediatric Immunizations:
offered by WIC of Lake
County Health Department,
10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday
and Wednesday. Call 357-
1668.

Relative Caregivers Raising
Children Support Group:
6:30 p.m., first Tuesday, First
United Methodist Church of
Clermont, 950 7th St.,
Clermont. Call 394-2412.

Wednesday
Narcotics anonymous: 8
p.m., Wednesday, Wootson
Temple, 836 Scott St.,
Clermont. Call 319-5617.

South Lake Teen MOPS
(mothers of preschoolers):
5:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Wesley Center at the First
United Methodist Church in
Clermont.

Thursday
Domestic Violence
Women's Empowerment
Group: Haven of Lake and
Sumter Counties, 6 p.m.,
Thursday, 2105 Hartwood
Marsh Road., suite 6,
Clermont. Call 787-5889.

Alzheimers Family
Organization Support
Group: for caregivers of
those with Alzheimers, 2 to
3:15 p.m., third Thursday of
the month, Cooper
Memorial Library, 2525
Oakley Seaver Dr., room
108B, Clermont. Contact
Sharon White, 407-466-6445
or Deborah Snow, 406-8465.
Friday
Emotions Anonymous:
support group, 7 p.m.


Contact Mickey at 394-0858.

Narcotic anonymous: 7:30
p.m., Friday, Shepherd of the
Hills, 13600 Caspian Lane,
Clermont. Call 319-5617.

New Vision for
Independence: support
group, 1 to 3 p.m., fourth
Friday, Asbury House, 949
7th St., Clermont. Call
Florence at 429-3030.

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p Vote "NO" on 4 rally -
: Tim Green (Chamber
Alliance of Lake County
S,, President), Ray Villegas,
IdRay San Fratello, Ryan
Houck (Citizens for
Lower Taxes Executive
Director), Ann Dupee,
and Bret Jones at NO on
4 political rally in
Orlando. Lake County
Chambers had a contingent of 10 attendees at the event that filled
the Orlando Museum of Art with more than 250 people.

rTrustee Luncheon 56
guests comprised of
Chamber Community
Trustees, Chamber Board
Members, City Managers,
Lake County staff, and
elected officials from Lake
County, Clermont, Groveland,
Mascotte, Minneola, and
Montverde met for lunch at Room Valencia inside the Citrus Tower to
discuss and review Economic Development initiatives happening in
Lake County. The Chamber Trustees hosted the event which was
facilitated by Chairman Michael Bucher.


A ribbon cutting
..ceremony and grand
're-opening' was
held for Superior
Residences prior to
their Business-After-Hours on September 9th to highlight the many
renovations and upgrades that have been taken place at their location
(1600 Hunt Trace Blvd. Clermont). For a tour of their facility, contact
Len Spatafore or Betty Ann Gross at (352) 394-5549.


Public Servant Award -
Corporal Lane Roddenberry of the
Lake County Sheriff's Office
(Minneola District) received the
September Public Servant Award
which is sponsored by Ameriprise
Financial. He has been with the
Sheriff's Office for 12 years, and
in that time has "become a valuable asset to the Sheriff's Office and
the city of Minneola. It is not uncommon for the residents of Minneola
to stop by Lane's home or call him directly when they are faced with
an issue. He has never complained that his home sometimes operates
as a Sheriff's Sub Station," said Lake County Sheriff Gary Borders.

Junior Reporter James
Nussbaumer, 10-year-old son
of Jim Nussbaumer from
South Lake Electric, recently
interviewed Chamber staff to
discover what the Chamber
does in the South Lake
community. James, a 4th
grade student at Groveland Elementary, has been participating in a
nationwide program called the "Kidz Connexion," which exposes
students to formal writing and journalism by giving them actual
reporting assignments. Great job James, your Editor-in-Chief
aspirations at such an early age should serve to inspire us all!

.Ribbon Cuffing -
", 'e. -.. .- Mark's Floors
Chamber Ambassadors
welcomed Mark Compston
and his staff to their new
retail location located at
313C East Washington St. in
Minneola, phone (352) 394-
0303. Feel free to stop in
and say hello to Mark he
just might even offer you a
beer while you're browsing!

Ribbon Cuffing -
Happy Hearts
Academy
Jennifer Sajdak,
Sharon Medlin,
students, parents,
and Ambassadors
celebrated the
grand opening of
Happy Hearts
Academy with a ribbon-cutting at their new facility located at 176 East
Highland Ave. in Clermont. Stop in for a visit or call them at (352)
242-4700.

Ribbon Cuffing -
Sarah's Daughters, a
non-profit and faith-
based organization
dedicated to the
restoration and
preservation of
marriages, recently
were welcomed to the
South Lake Community
by Chamber Ambassadors and friends with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
You can visit their website, www.mysarahsdaughters.com, or call them
directly at (866) 546-0011.


Scholarship Award
- Lucy Hage, Chair of
the Community
Relations Committee,
presents a $750
scholarship to Trevor
Harris during the
September Chamber
Breakfast.


My Region.org Shelley
Lauten, President of
1e MyRegion.org, speaks to
28 members of the
Northwest Regional Board
-- of Advisors (NW RBA) at
Mission Inn on August
25th. Topics included
Regional Water
Challenges and Global Competitiveness through a Tampa/Orlando
Super Economic Development Region. The event was hosted by the
W. Orange and S. Lake Chambers in cooperation with the Apopka
Chamber and the Chamber Alliance of Lake County.

Ribbon Cuffing -
Buffalo Wild Wings
Buffalo Wild Wings, located
at 2465 S. Hwy 27 in
Clermont, made a grand
entrance to the South Lake
area in late August by
treating many local
residents and Chamber
members to a complimentary food & drink celebration. Chamber
Ambassadors made their welcome official by performing a ribbon-
cutting ceremony right before their official grand opening to the
public! They can be contacted at (352) 536-2500.


m '" ,V brand new
S location at 260
Citrus Tower Blvd (Citrus Tower Publix Plaza) in Clermont. The can be
contacted at (352) 243-0161. Stop by to welcome them to the area!


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Park, 1504 Max Hooks Rd., Suite G in Groveland.
them at (888) 636-7664.


Ribbon Cuffing
- ODORONIX
A ribbon cutting
ceremony was
performed for
Odoronix and
owner Liam Hail,
to celebrate his
new office
located in the
Hunt Industrial
You can contact


BUSINESS RECOGNITION LUNCHEON
And the winners of the 2010 Awards are ...
No, wait! We aren't telling!
But we will tell you who the top finalists are in the six award categories.
Then join us October 21 st for the Business Recognition Luncheon where the
winners will be announced and honored.
The luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Heritage Hills
Clubhouse 3195 Heritage Hills Blvd. (off Hancock behind Kings Ridge).
Tickets are $25 each. Make your reservations today by calling the Chamber
office at (352) 394-4191 or visiting the Chamber Web site at
www.southlakechamber-fl.com
And now for the finalists:
Aesthetic Improvement or Revitalization Award
(For architectural innovation/integration or revitalization of existing building)
1. Clermont Florist
2. Jones Racing
3. South Lake County Historical Society
The Oakley Seaver Special Service Recognition
(For a business, club, organization, government agency, educational
institution or health care facility that has been active in the community and
created a lasting impact/benefit)
1. Pig on the Pond
2. South Lake Animal League
3. South Lake Kiwanis
Heritage Award
(For continued contribution to the business community must be active in
the community for 25 years or more)
1. CenturyLink
2. Lake Apopka Natural Gas District
3. South Lake Electric & Construction Co.
New Business of the Year Under 20 employees
(Honoring a business open at least 2 years but no more than 5 that has
been active in the community with sponsorship or support of at least one
event or not for profit organization)
1. Broadway Pet Grooming
2. Fairfield Inn and Suites
3. Laginappe Brewing Company
New Business of the Year Over 20 employees
(Honoring a business open at least 2 years but no more than 5 that has
been active in the community with sponsorship or support of at least one
event or not for profit organization)
1. Bella Collina
2. Bob Evans
3. Carrabba's Italian Grill


Business of the Year
(Honoring a business that has been open 5 years or more, embraces
corporate philanthropy, endorses professional development of
staff/employees, encourages community involvement by providing staff time
or resources, has recently hired employees/expanded operations/enhanced
the use of technology to increase productivity/efficiency or profitability.)
1. Clermont Chiropractic Life Center
2. RSM McGladery & McGladery

BE A SPONSOR!
Limited Sponsorship Opportunities are still available for the
Business Recognition Luncheon!
$1,500 package includes:
Table of 8
Logo in pre and post event media
Logo in program
Banner ad
(Daily Commercial/South Lake Press Community Page)
Logo on event banner
Introduction during event
10 x 10 display space at event
$750 package includes:
6 Tickets
Name in pre and post event media
Name in program
Half banner ad
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$500 package includes:
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Name in pre and post event media
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$250 package includes:
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Name in program
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For more sponsorship information contact:
Cheryl Fishel at (407) 625-3818 or
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October Upcoming Events

First Friday Chamber Connection
Friday, October 1st
7:15 8:30 a.m.
Sponsored by: sponsorship available
Jenkins Auditorium, Clermont
Free networking event for members business building!
RSVP required

Business after Hours
Thursday, October 14th
5:30 7 p.m.
Sponsored by: Bret Jones, PA/Jones Cypress Cove Marina
720 Almond St., Clermont

Chamber Breakfast
Friday, October 15th
7:15 8 a.m.
Jenkins Auditorium, Clermont
Sponsored by: South Lake Hospital
Co-sponsored by: sponsorship available
Catering by: Cheeser's Palace Caf6 and Catering
Program: TJ Fish, Lake Sumter MPO
RSVP required

Business after Hours
Thursday, October 28th
5:30 7 p.m.
Sponsored by: Boys & Girls Club of Lake and Sumter County -
South Lake Unit
300 Hatteras Ave., Suite B, Clermont

2010 South Lake Chamber Annual Food Drive
Just a reminder now is the time to start planning ahead for the annual
Christmas Food Drive which will kick off at the November 19th
Chamber Breakfast. This year the Chamber will let donors choose
which local food bank their contribution will help. The Chamber will
accept food or monetary donations. The food banks we will be helping
are Faith Neighborhood Center, New Beginnings and Well of Hope.


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Friday, September 24, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A13


HAPPY
From All


lems, John has been by her
side.
"They have truly lived the
wedding vows that they
took 67 years ago," said the
Rev. Gary Blanchard of First
Baptist Church of Leesburg,
who officiated the couple's
marriage renewal ceremony.
"I think when the Lord is
in the middle of it, it sure
makes it a lot better," the
minister said, citing his
belief on the secret to long-
lasting marriages. "When
you're married 50 years or
more, you've been through
some tough times because of
what you've lived through,
and this couple both worked
hard."
AARP Foundation noted in
a booklet, "Aging
Successfully," that research
findings show that a happy
marriage or other long-term
relationship significantly
increases the chances of suc-
cessful aging.
Mellisa Shiels, wellness
coordinator at Lake Port
Square, believes that there is
a link between long mar-
riages and aging.
"We have many married
couples here at Lake Port
Square that have been mar-
ried 50 or more years; I
often see them walking
hand and hand, and admire
how devoted they are to
each other," she said. "Many
of our couples are caregivers
for their spouse and even
though it is not always easy
for them, they insist on tak-


ing care of their spouse as
they made a commitment
all those years ago, 'for bet-
ter or worse, till death do us
part.'"
Shiels said she has read
studies that show people
who are happily married live
longer than their single
counterparts.
"They have lower rates of
heart failure, cancer and
other diseases and develop
tighter networks of emotion-
al support," she said.
"Strong commitment and
open lines of communica-
tions creates both mental
and emotional well-being.
One study states definitively
that the happiness of mar-
ried people is significantly
greater than that of the
unmarried and remains true
throughout the entire life
cycle. Married couples enjoy
better health partly because
they're better equipped as a
team to handle and defray
stress than are their single
counterparts."
Centenarians Herbert and
Zelmyra Fisher of James
City, N.C., hold the
Guinness World Record for
the longest marriage of a liv-
ing couple. They were mar-
ried May 13, 1924.
"No secrets. There isn't
any secret. It was only God
that kept us together,"
Zelmyra told AARP, adding
that she and her husband
grew up together and were
friends before they were
married 86 years ago.


ny to the job, I believe, of
law enforcement. It is their
commitment and ultimately,
it is their
willingness
to do what-
ever it takes
to protect
us, and
occasionally
that means
putting their
life on line."
He noted
there have Baker
been several
officers in Lake County that
have given the ultimate sacri-
fice.
"It's a reflection of their
commitment to the public, a


Jenny and John Rasmussen.
As life expectancy in the
U.S. continues to move
higher, the number of peo-
ple over age 65 will grow
dramatically in the coming
decades, according to AARP.
It is believed that the "oldest
old," those individuals 85 or
older, will become the fastest
growing segment of the pop-
ulation and more couples
will observe marriages last-
ing longer than five decades.


THERESA CAMPBELL
Staff writer
A special service honoring
public safety agencies fire
department, emergency med-
ical services, police depart-
ment and sheriff's office -
will be observed Sunday at
the Salvation Army.
Chaplain Stephen G.
Griswold will deliver the
main message, "United in
Purpose" at the 10:45 a.m.
service at the Salvation Army,
2105 W. Main St., Leesburg.
Sen. Carey Baker (R-Eustis)
will also speak and join
Leesburg Fire Chief Kevin
Bowman in placing the
memorial wreath at the
Holiness Table in memory of
fallen public safety person-
nel. The service will also pay
tribute to EMS Captain David
Deland who recently passed
away.
"We are blessed by the type
of people who respond to the
call of public service to be
our protectors," Baker said.
"We live in a tough world
and there are unfavorable
characters that are out there
working to deprive of us of
our property, of our life, and
it takes a special person to
serve as our defender."
Baker said he believes the
caliber of people serving in
law enforcement are "better
trained, better educated than
ever before."
"I think it reflected in the
declining crime statistics.
Here we are in the midst of
the recession, yet every year
we have had violent crimes
reduced and that is a testimo-


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What: Fourth annual
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When: 10:45 a.m. Sunday
Where: Salvation Army
Worship and Service Center,
2105 Main St., Leesburg
Call: Chaplain Stephen G.
Griswold, at 352-255-3989,
or The Salvation Army at
352-365-0079

reflection of their character,"
Baker said.
"I think it's important for
us as citizens to acknowl-
edge the work that they do
and to show our support."


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20 Years Ago 1990
The 1990 class of Groveland High
School honors graduates received spe-
cial recognition during an awards cer-
emony at the school auditorium and spe-
cial medals to wear graduation evening.
Honor grads are Laticia Valdez, Gloria Perez
(Salutatorian), Lawanda Brown
(Salutatorian), Michelle Merriman, Andrea
Knight, Morris Griffith, Tony Whicker
(Valedictorian), John Jahreis, Steve Gano
and Antonio de Los Santos (Salutatorian).
1990 GHS graduates Clinton Sode and
John Jahreis are headed to Indiana
University this summer for a special Junior
Achievement training program. Both spoke
at this year's JA awards banquet and were
proclaimed "the best-suited speakers in the
Central Florida area" according to Ben Cox,
their economics instructor.
Danielle Robitaille, a first grade student at
Clermont Elementary School, won the sec-
ond-annual poster contest sponsored by
Rite Media of Clermont. Danielle's entry
pictured a birthday cake celebrating CES's
75th anniversary, complete with school
children and the school's familiar Scottie
mascot. A panel of judges selected by the
school staff picked it over all entries sub-
mitted by CES students.
All the school's first graders joined Danielle
on an outing to Rite Media to see the bill-
board-sized replica of her winning poster.
Rite Media gave the students a celebration
cake to take back to school. A plaque com-
memorating Danielle's winning poster was
also presented for placement at the school.
Pictured with Danielle, standing in front
of the billboard, were CES Vice Principal
Cleamstine Caple; first grade teacher Neva
Julich; Danielle's mother, Susan Washuta;
her grandparents, Petch and Joe Washuta;
and Rite Media co-owners Carlos Solis and
Vicky Lourenco.
The billboard, painted by Signs and
Wonders, Inc., owned by Brad Craven and
Matt Crane, subcontractors for Rite Media,
can be seen during the summer months on
U.S. 27, two miles north of S.R. 50.
Congratulations to Clermont Junior High
School students who collected $1,007,156
in Publix receipts to obtain five Apple II
color computers, three ImageWriter II print-
ers, five 5/1/4" disc drives, five Apple works
programs and one Timeworks program.
South Lake County has a young inventor
in our midst. Rana Boykin, a former seventh-
grade student in Diana Brown's CJHS class,
created a "Goofy Gadget" that will be includ-
ed in an upcoming issue of "Creative Kids"
magazine. Boykin designed a wacky watch,
complete with computer, radio and calculator.
Clermont High School Leadership
Instructor Irene Lindgren presented the
Outstanding Student in Leadership class
award to senior Dana Blanks. Dana also
received Outstanding Student in Home
Economics from Home Economics
Instructor Frances Williams.
CHS National Honor Society Scholarships
($100 each) went to Chris Baker, Marlin
Register and Brett Clarke. Senior Henry
Jenkins received the Florida State University
full tuition Minority Incentive Scholarship
and a summer term scholarship at FSU.
Lake Sumter Community College repre-
sentative Jane Miller presented the LSCC
Presidential Scholarship ($1,200) to

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ROXANNE BROWN
Staff Writer
CLERMONT -
For former model Ann
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"Sometimes, it's good to
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contents of my house to start
the shop and decided I want-
ed to make money while shar-
ing what I know best with
people."
Everyday I open with the
mentality that I need to make
it. I want to make it and I
want it to happen here in
Clermont because I know that
this town has potential."
At first glance, the windows
of Villante's store are reminis-
cent of a department store,
with mannequins, merchan-
dise, colors and accents
galore. Once inside, visitors
are treated to a shop filled
with clothing, purses, shoes,
accessories, gift items, furni-
ture and jewelry new and
old.
Primarily, Villante stocks
gently used and very well
cleaned women and children's
clothing in sizes ranging from
little girl's 6X to women's 5X.
Villante has traveled to dif-
ferent places over the years,
acquiring vintage clothes
from the 1920s through the
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To move or not to move: Let happiness rule


Talking

With Tori
Tori Kelley,
Ph.D

D EAR TORI,


huge company I have always wanted
to work for just offered me my dream
job, but the trouble is I would have to
move. I am having difficulty deciding on
whether I should take it or not. The money
is incredible and it would be a great advance


in my career.
The problem is that my entire family is
here. My children have friends here. I don't
want to move them in the middle of a
school year, and I enjoy knowing everyone
here and where things are. I'm afraid if I
move and it doesn't work out, I won't have
my current job to come back to, and I am
very happy and really enjoy what I am doing
here.
Signed,
To Move or Not to Move
Dear To Move or Not to Move,
Sometimes our dreams change. That isn't a
bad thing, it is an evolution. It sounds like
you are very settled and happy where you are
now. I am not hearing good reasons to upset
the apple cart.
The outstanding points you listed were
higher salary, advance career, and that this


company was where a former version of you
once decided you would love to work. Why
did you come to that conclusion? What is
better about that company than the compa-
ny you are currently with? Do the pros and
the cons of each balance out, or is there
some enormous selling point you didn't
mention?
High salaries are terrific, but they can't buy
happiness. It sounds like you are already
happy where you are: In a familiar commu-
nity with family, where your children are
thriving, and you are enjoying your work.
When I was 12, I used to dream of working
as an industrial-organizational psychologist,
traveling to different companies worldwide
in order to help increase satisfaction and pro-
duction among employees. I would pretend I
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Men can go through the change, too


Women aren't the only ones
that have a "change of life."
Hot flashes, mood swings,
poor memory, insomnia, increases in
weight and cholesterol, decreases in
libido, strength, stamina and increas-
ing waist size. Do these sound familiar?
Well, except for the hot flashes, and
sometimes even those happen, this is
the picture of the male change of life
- andropause. It is a real term that is
being recognized more and more.
Andropause basically is the decline of
androgens male sex hormones
including testosterone and some or all
of its precursors or building blocks.
Testosterone increases lean muscle
mass, libido, strength and stamina. It
helps to control excess fat, blood sugar
and cholesterol. It is a mood enhancer
and often accounts for some of the
aggressive tendencies of the adolescent,
and sometimes the grown male. As we
age, there is a decrease in testosterone
and some of the precursors to our sex
hormones such as DHEA, androstein-
dione and pregnenolone. Add to this
the increase in stress (you know I'd fit
stress in somewhere), which in some
cases takes these precursors and diverts
them to cortisol our main stress hor-
mone and we have andropause.
The way andropause is diagnosed is
to have a blood, urine or a saliva test to
determine the levels of the hormones
in the body. Now, before we have a
male equivalent of Suzanne Somers
telling us to rush out and get some nat-
ural hormones or go to the body build-
ing supply house for the latest thing to
increase your testosterone, remember
that hormones are very sensitive. They
work in a balance with other hor-
mones. When you take hormones or
other herbs and supplements to
increase hormones, you can disrupt the


Michael Visconti
A.R, N.R
Natural Medicine


whole boat load potentially worsen-
ing symptoms. Additionally, if you're
under a great deal of stress, anything
you take to increase your hormones
will just be feeding your cortisol. And,
the things you are taking will not be as
effective as you want them to be.
This includes taking Testosterone.
The other thing that you need to
worry about when you manage it your-
self is that you can inadvertently
increase your risk of hair loss or
prostate problems and possibly even
some hormone dependent cancers. A
byproduct of testosterone, DHT- dihy-
drotestosterone, has been linked with
hair loss and enlarged prostate. If you
have a predisposition to higher conver-
sions of DHT than normal, you can
compound your problems by taking
testosterone, the hormone precursors
or even nutritional and herbal supple-
ments.
That being said, there are things you
can do to start in the right direction.
Exercise is a natural way to support
testosterone levels and decrease stress.
Adequate sleep, water and proper food
choices also can limit the stress
response. Testing to find out sex and
stress hormone levels would be the
next step. Then, balancing hormones
through nutritional or herbal formulas
before going on to testosterone supple-
mentation, unless there is a medical
need to jump steps. The most popular
way to take testosterone, if necessary, is
through the skin. Transdermal testos-


terone can be applied via gel, cream or
patches and can be safe and effective
when used properly. However, there
have been reports of a person's partner
being dosed with testosterone with fre-
quent intimate contact when not care-
ful. Testosterone also can be given by
injection, which is less like the body's
natural schedule of dosing. Oral testos-
terone can cause liver problems in
some people and to me would be less
friendly to your body. The other issue
with taking testosterone in any form is
that the body may react by saying
"there is enough testosterone coming
in from the outside so I don't have to
make it anymore." This may cause
testosterone levels to go even lower as
the testes decrease production even
more. Also, unless you support and
enhance testes function, then the hor-
mone the body will revert to the low
hormone state when one stops taking
the testosterone.
Andropause is a part of aging. Doing
things that support your body's ability
to maintain balance is the healthy way
to go. If necessary, there are ways to
improve production of the hormones
and testosterone HRT can be used if
other methods are not providing
desired effects. Men, suffering through
things might have been macho when
you were younger but you're older and
wiser now. You can do something
about it. 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.


was telling high powered
executives what to do.
Today, my dream is out-
dated because traveling
would take me away from
my family, and I am not
willing to sacrifice that
time with them. Plus, I
have found that I enjoy
helping individuals in pri-
vate practice much more.
My values changed over
time, not because I settled,
but because I evolved.
You have to look at what
makes you happy and con-
sider the family and life
you have created. You
made choices to put you
where you currently are
based on the evolution of
your values. If this was
really still your dream job,


you wouldn't be question-
ing it in the first place.
You would be willing to
risk it all based on your
positive evaluation of the
opportunity. You would
not be moaning on about
how you would miss your
family and friends, instead,
you would be having a
realtor find a new house
with a decent sized guest
room for them to come
and visit you.
To submit a question, go to
www. CentralFloridaMentalHealt
h.com and click the "Talking
with Tori" icon. Tori Kelley, Ph.D.
is a licensed psychotherapist
practicing in Clermont. The con-
tents of this column are for
informational purposes only and
are not meant to be used as a
substitute for professional ther-
apy.


DUPEE
From B1


Karmon Thornhill, the
LSCC Principal's
Scholarship ($500) to Jeff
Filegar and the LSCC
Minority Incentive
Scholarship ($1,400) to
Agustin Perez.
Former Clermont Garden
Club President Polly Todd
installed new officers at
Mount Dora's Lakeside Inn:
Arlene Hanks, president;
Sandy Equels, first vice
president; Martha Conley,
second vice president; Chris
Kurz, recording secretary;
Shirley Jordan, correspon-
ding secretary; and Louse
Chalmers, treasurer. F.
Lamar Black installed new
officers of Tomoka Chapter,
Daughters of the American
Revolution: regent, Mrs.
Jimmy Ray Peacock; vice
regent, Mrs. Bonard F. Pitts;
chaplain, Mrs. Frank T.
Oakes Jr.; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Chester Rotter;
treasurer, Mrs. Robert J.
Rudd; historian, Mrs. Elaine
Beebe; librarian, Mrs.
Bradford Mutchler; regis-
trar, Mrs. Paul R. Bethune.
On the third day of his
first full week of campaign-
ing for a second term as
governor, Florida Governor
Bob Martinez dropped by
the South Lake Press offices
for a lengthy interview
before attending a wine
and cheese reception host-
ed by the Clermont
Chamber of Commerce at
the Lakeridge Winery.
Groundbreaking cere-
monies were held for a new
office building to house the
medical suite of Dr.
Carmelita 0. Nicdao, OB-
GYN, and Art
Studio/Gallery by artist Pat


Percy, formerly of New
York, at 650 W. Montrose
Street. Pictured with them
were architect George
Wood of Clermont and Sun
Trust Bank Manager Don
Wickham.
Clermont's Jaycee Beach
on the shores of Lake
Minneola is getting a
much-needed facelift,
thanks to a cooperative
effort of community sup-
porters.
More than 40 years ago,
the Clermont Jaycees
labored to create the white
sand beach on Lake
Minneola. After years of
neglect and erosion, the
once beautiful beach had
lost its youthful glow.
Clermont resident Joe
Holt, who lives near the
beach, vividly remembered
the beach's glory days and
decided to help the city
restore the beach with a
facelift.
Thanks to the efforts of
Holt, who volunteered his
time to work with E.J.
Jahna Industries, which
donated the 500 tons of
white sand; the Williamson
Trucking Company, which
hauled the sand at no
charge to the city; and
Clermont resident George
Ray, who provided the
front end work, the beach
is now ready for summer
activity.
(And this weekend in
2010, after seven years, the
city is opening Jaycee
Beach at Waterfront Park
for public swimming on
Saturday and Sundays
through October 2010.
Lifeguards will be on duty
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.)


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LAKE PRESS
Lake-Sumter Community
College's Shelby Spring serves
to Florida State College at LSCC
on Tuesday in Leesburg.


Lakers fall

in four

to FSC-J
FRANK JOLLEY
Staff Writer
LEESBURG Rachel Bruce
is an eternal optimist.
The Lake-Sumter
Community College volley-
ball coach looks for posi-
tives, even when a match
appears to be completely
one sided.
Despite dropping a 3-1 deci-
sion to nationally ranked
Florida State College-
Jacksonville Tuesday at the
Everett Kelly Convocation
Center, Bruce quickly proved
her penchant for finding a
shining light in a murky pool.
"When we won Game 3, it
was the first time in eight
years that we've won a game
against FSC-J," Bruce said.
"That's something we can
take away from (this) match
and build on. Now our girls
know they can compete."
Game scores in the match
were 25-12, 25-13, 21-25, 25-
11.
The Lakers struggled from
the outset to compete
against the Stars' superior
height and power at the net.
Because of these advantages,
FSC-J was able to control
play and maintain its serv-
ice.
FSC-J, which entered the
match ranked 17th in the
country, opened the match
with a five point service run
and scored 15 points on its
service.
LSCC, on the other hand,
scored only two points in
the first game on serve and
totaled only eight service
winners in the first-two
games combined.
"FSC-J is one of the best
side-out teams we'll play,"
Bruce said. "They can con-
trol matches with their serve
and run their offense. We
weren't able to do that
because we couldn't main-
tain our serve.
"Before and during the
first two games, I think our
attitude was, 'let's not get
slaughtered," and it wasn't
until the third game when
we realized we could com-
pete."
In the third game, the
Lakers took advantage of
mistakes by the Stars to
muster an offensive attack.
LSCC was more active at the
net and kept the ball mov-
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Stars from settling in on the
defensive end.
Paola Rojas strung
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ice run midway through
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the win with a pair of win-
ners.
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ties.
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VICTORIAL ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
Leesburg High School's Allen Pierson (23) blocks South Lake High quarterback Kris White (15) in the first quarter of their Sept.
17 game, at South Lake High in Groveland.


FRANK JOLLEY
Staff Writer
GROVELAND -Walter Banks was
worried.
The South Lake High School foot-
ball coach was concerned that his
team would give a repeat perform-
ance Sept. 17 of last year's game
against Leesburg, when the Eagles
sleepwalked their way to a 21-7
loss.
With the Eagles coming off an
emotional loss to south Lake
County rival East Ridge the week
before and with a nationally tele-
vised contest against Apopka slat-
ed for Thursday, Banks knew his
team was primed for another let-
down.
He need not have worried.
Sophomore quarterback Kris
White passed for a touchdown
and ran for another, and run-
ning back Steel Stewart scored
twice and rushed for 119 yards
to lead South Lake to a convinc-
ing 34-10 win against the Yellow
Jackets.
"I felt really confident when I
saw our players at school Friday,"
Banks said. "We didn't have a
great week of practice, but
Thursday Sept. 16), I had the
coaches take the equipment off
the practice fields and I let our
players wear their jerseys to
school Friday (Sept. 17). I've
never let them do that before, but
they acted so different on campus
during the school day.
"It was like I got my team back
and they game out against Leesburg


VICTORIAL ALDRICH / SOUTH LAKE PRESS
South Lake High School kicker Roberto
Aguayo (17) punts in the second quarter
of a home game.

and did what we've been wanting
to see all season."
South Lake (2-1) never trailed in
the game and got on the board on
its first possession. White capped
off a seven play, 70-yard drive with
a 22-yard scoring pass to Nick
Waisome.
The scoring play proved to be a
portent of things to come from the
Eagles signal caller, who delivered
his most-complete effort of the
season in South Lake's home open-


"Kris really stepped up tonight,"
Banks said. "We had 'Come to
Jesus' conversation earlier in the
week about his play and he really
responded. I condensed the play-
book for him a little bit in our first
two games to let him get comfort-
able, but it was time to open things
up and we needed him to perform
and he did.
"He played with so much compo-
sure and poise that I had to keep
reminding myself that he was only
a sophomore."
But the Eagles' victory was more
than a one- or two-man show.
South Lake's defense also domi-
nated, limiting the Yellow Jackets
to 60 yards of total offense until
midway through the fourth quarter,
when Banks began replacing his
starters.
Leesburg quarterback Undra
Mitchem, who entered the game
with a streak of 46 passes without
an interception, was picked by
Casey Bennett on his fourth
attempt of the game. It was one of
three interceptions Mitchem would
throw against South Lake's stout
defense.
So dominant were the Eagles
defenders that placekicker Ben Rizzo,
who booted a 35 yard field goal in
the second quarter, and punter R.J.
Peppers, who kicked a 68-yard and a
60-yard punt, were Leesburg's most
effective offensive weapons for first
42 minutes of the game.
In fact, Peppers' 60-yard punt in

See SOUTH, B8


South Lake defeats Tavares


FRANK JOLLEY
Staff Writer
Bowling
South Lake High School's boys
and girls bowling team scored
respective 3-0 wins over Tavares on
Monday.
For the boys, Jacob Howe led the
way with a 188, while Chris Carroll
paced Tavares with a 166.
Katie Stark fired games of 207 and
181 to lead South Lake while
Christina Vroman of Tavares finished
wtih a 192.


Volleyball
GROVELAND Erika Gaul and Emily
Baty led South Lake Sept. 16 to a 3-0
win against Ocoee. Game scores were
25-14, 25-14 and 25-20.
Gaul had 13 kills for the Eagles, and
Baty had five. For Ocoee, Erin
Emmanuel had three kills.
LEESBURG East Ridge evened its
record at 3-3 with a 3-0 win Tuesday
against Orlando Evans.
Game scores were 25-14, 25-5, 25-
12. Kirsten Foster led East Ridge with
10 service winners.


Girls Golf
East Ridge improved to 8-1 Sept. 15
with a 197-277 win against Eustis.
Janice Yoon led the Knights with a
44. Jenna Jones paced Eustis (0-3) with
a 57.
GROVELAND Chelsea Croteau's 50
was good enough to lead South Lake to
a 233-260 win against Eustis at Green
Valley Country Club.
Lauren Dexter added a 54 for the
Eagles.
Eustis was led by Jenna Jones with a
59. Emily Olive added a 64.


Don
Hunberger
SSports Columnist


Length of


season


just fine

W eek 1 couldn't have
come at a worse time
for NFL owners.
At just the time they're trying
to convince the players union
that an extra two games tacked
onto the regular season is a good
idea, along come just the sort of
injuries that provide ammuni-
tion for the NFLPA as it resists
the entire concept.
Jets nose tackle Kris Jenkins,
the heart and soul of that domi-
nating defense, sustained a torn
anterior cruciate ligament and
Packers running back Ryan
Grant is done for the season
with what can only be described
as a totally wrecked right ankle.
Meanwhile, the Eagles' grand
experiment at quarterback is on
hold as Donovan McNabb's heir
apparent, Kevin Kolb, already
has been sidelined with a con-
cussion. In Detroit, sophomore
signal caller Matthew Stafford is
recovering from a serious,
though still undiagnosed shoul-
der injury, which prompted
Lions Head Coach Jim Schwartz
to announce that Shaun Hill will
quarterback the team in Week 2,
prompting most analysts to
observe that Detroit's long-antici-
pated renaissance will be delayed
at least a few more weeks.
But the injury that may hurt
more than any other is the biceps
tear suffered by Indianapolis
Colts all-pro strong safety Bob
Sanders, who plays the game
with an unrivaled passion. Last
year, Sanders suffered various
knee and biceps injuries that kept
him sidelined for most of the sea-
son. After he left the lineup,
Houston's Arian Foster proceeded
to run roughshod through the
Colts secondary.
What it all means
Football is a violent sport -
and that's the way we Americans
like it. Alone among nations, we
reject soccer as a sissified substi-
tute for real action.
The National Hockey League
recognizes that it couldn't exist
without brawls and so each team
saves several roster spots for
"enforcers," who hand out beat-
ings on a regular basis. Only
when those attacked land in the
hospital, and only when their
lives are at risk, does the NHL
hand out suspensions.
And I defy anyone to argue
that NASCAR fans would attend
a long series of left-hand turns if
there was no chance of life-end-
ing injury on every lap.
Even boxing is in decline. Not
rough enough, I guess, because
Mixed Martial Arts is rapidly
replacing the "sweet science" as
the preferred method of ritualis-
tic assault and battery.
So there's no chance football
will somehow become less vio-
lent. We wouldn't pay to see it
without the bone-crushing hits
that have become the trademark
of the NFL.
The average life of a running
back in the professional ranks is
a bit more than three years -
which means that most will
never have the chance at the sort
of contract they all long for.
Every player endures the physi-
cal abuse that could well reduce
his life expectancy in the hope
of signing just one mega-million
dollar contract one that could
give him the ability to support
his family for the rest of his life.
NFL contracts are negotiated by
the season, and if the season is
extended by two games, the
chance of every NFL player to
finally get his payday the one
he's dreamed about since high
school is dramatically
reduced.

See HUNSBERGER, B5


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Friday, September 24, 2010 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B5


CLUB NOTES


The 18 hole Ladies Group of
the Green Valley Country Club:
On Sept. 16, the 18-hole ladies
group of Green Valley Country
Club played a team event. The
game was one best-ball on
par 5s, two best-balls on par
4s, and three best-balls on par
3s. Winners were: 1st Place:
Kathy Hubell, Pat Orr and Betty
Da Dalt; 2nd Place: Alma Clark,
Arlene Jackson, Esther
Giittinger and Teresa Morgan.
Contact Lucille Gross at
Igrossl0@cfl.rr.com for infor-
mation.

Oct. 1
The Tomoka Chapter of the
Daughters of the American
Revolution will have their first
meeting of the new season on
Oct. 1, Kehlor Building, 466 W.
Minneola Ave., Clermont. For
information contact Fairrell
Jacobs 407-469-3244.
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.clermontwom-
ensclub.com for information
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 cau-
cus: 7 p.m., second Tuesday,
466 W. Minneola St., Clermont.
E-mail
Lakecountyhispaniccaucus@g
mail.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. State Road 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., sec-
ond 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,


SOUTH
From B4


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.

See NOTES, B7


HUNSBERGER
From B4


And the owners?
They want to make more
money.
Simple as that.
They know that fans resent
having to pay for meaningless


preseason games as part of the
season ticket package. The
solution? Extend the length
of the season by turning two
of those games into revenue
enhancing regular season con-


LCCC
From B4


enjoyed a lot of success
against FSC-J over the past
eight years and that win
showed our girls what they
can do by working hard and
running our offense.
"Unfortunately, we couldn't
maintain that momentum
in the fourth game, but it
was good to see that little
burst and get at least one
win."
The Stars turned the
fourth game into a formality
behind a nine-point service
run by Courtney Copeland
to erase an early 6-3 lead by
the Lakers. Olive Van
Deusen added a four-point
run and FSC-J finished off
the match with a thunder-
ing spike by Christine Bach.
Bach finished with a 55
percent kill percentage and
had six kills. Milica
Krstojevic led the Stars (10-
3) with seven kills and
Kanesha Burch added three.
Amanda McIntosh had a
team high 18 assists, and


Ashley Monico had 16 digs.
Krstojevic and Sandra
Chaudouet had three service
aces apiece.
For the Lakers (3-7),
Jeassica McGregor had 14
digs, 17 assists and two serv-
ice aces. Bryeona Creech
had seven digs and eight
kills, Victoria Parks added
three digs and seven kills,
and Rojas finished with 10
digs and one service ace.
For the game, LSCC had
25 service winners, com-
pared to 58 for the Stars.
Still, Bruce is pleased with
what she sees from her
freshman-dominated team.
"I believe we've got a lot
of potential and that win in
Game 3 proved it," Bruce
said. "We ran into a really
good team, but that doesn't
mean we're not going to be
good, ourselves. It takes
time and I'm seeing things
that show me we are getting
better."


tests. It's a clear win for the
owners. Not so much for the
players. But what else is new.
Don Hunsberger is a sports columnist
for the South Lake Press. E-Mail don-
hunsberger@dailycommercial.com.







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Clermont


the third quarter, which
was downed at the 1-yard
line, gave Leesburg a glim-
mer of hope in a 24-3 con-
test.
South Lake, however,
delivered a knockout blow
by marching 99 yards in
17 plays a drive that
consumed more than
seven minutes. Banks con-
sidered the drive a defin-
ing moment for his team.
"We've never had a drive
like that in the time I've
been here," Banks said.
"There were no big plays,
just a series of consistent
postive-yard plays. Our
offense performed so well
Filler ad


and gained so much confi-
dence that it could turn
out to point where this
team went to the next
level.
"It did everything a
drive is supposed to do -
use the clock, gain yardage
and wear the opponent's
defense down."
Leesburg got a window-
dressing touchdown late in
the game when Luther
McDowell scampered 49
yards with a pass from
Mitchem to get the Yellow
Jackets over the century
mark in total offense.
For the game, South
Lake had 393 yards of


offense, including 244
yards rushing. In addition
to Stewart's 100-plus yards
on the ground, White
totaled 111 yards on nine
carries, including a 65 yard
scoring dash in the third
quarter.
White also was 11 for 19
passing for 149 yards and
was 5 for 5 in the second
half.
For the Yellow Jackets (1-
2), Mitchem completed 15
of 30 passes for 112 yards
and one touchdown.
Leesburg was limited to 28
yards rushing, led by
Mitchem, with 34 yards on
12 carries.


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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


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South Lake Atheists and
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fourth Sunday Visit


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Sons of the American Legion:
12 p.m., second Sunday, American
Legion Post, 1063 Desoto St.,
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Dolls is dedicated solely to her collection of able to make into some really cute outfits, come in here and they get to play dress up," "I can teach them everything from design-
vintage clothing. While trying new fashions, "You don't have to buy expensive to look said Villante. "I help them choose the outfits ing and drawing to producing the dress," said
shoppers can also take a ride in the retro good," Routhier added. and I help bring out the little inner diva in Villante. "Almost every one has it in them.
music time machine. A soon-to-come vintage Pictures of Villante grace the walls, includ- them." They just don't realize it."
juke-box will soon be the store's source for ing one of her during her time with Sax Fifth For the dress up parties, Villante supplies For now, however, Paper Dolls will continue
music. Avenue when she modeled jewelry in the the invitations, three hours of shopping after on as a unique shop in downtown Clermont,
With all that in place, Villante gets to work early 80s. There's also one during her time on hours and a giant cookie, ice cream and drinks providing inspiration at a low cost. Villante
doing what she does best inspiring like she the runway with The Merchandise Mart in all for $14.50 per girl. said people should expect a bargain, since she
was motivated in her runway days. Miami in the late 70s and 80s. In addition, the birthday girl gets a $25 has a sale everyday.
"With clothing, it's very easy for people to At one time, Villante modeled swimsuits on shopping spree and a professional group To begin the week, everyday is 'Monday
get into a pattern of what they are used to. So, roller skates for Plaza Vendome in Fort photo to keep for her scrap book. Madness,' where every item is buy two, get
I try to get them to go out of their comfort Lauderdale. An entire CD filled with pictures of the ne free through Christmas All civil servants
zone," said Villante. "You just never know, it Villante said she adores that her store has party can also be purchased for $35. For an
could inspire to be the new them with outfits become somewhat of a meeting place. extra $6 per girl, goodie bags filled with fash- including teachers, public service workers,
that don't cost much at all." "I've had people who've never met, connect ion-themed items can be added. emergency and military personnel- receive
Elizabeth Routhier, a frequent shopper and in here and leave as friends," said Villante. "I "...I'm all about hands-on, so unlike other 20 percent offevery day.
East Ridge High School student, said she dis- also have designers from a fashion design stores, I encourage the girls to try on and play The store is located, at 792 West Montrose
covered vintage shopping about two years school in Orlando who come in here for inspi- with everything," said Villanti. "And the ones Street in Clermont (recently moved from its
ago. Routhier said she finds it fun to shop dif- ration and I've dressed models from Cid tal- that come in shy are usually the biggest hams first location on Minneola Street). It is open
ferent stores for the "mixing and matching" of ent in Winter Garden with my vintage." when they leave one of my parties." from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through
clothes. Villanti also designs racing shirts for those One day, Villante would like to take her Thursdays; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and
"I do take my time really looking around, girls on the sidelines at www.raceragscloth- design experience and use it to form a Saturdays; and from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
because I try to look for the best quality ing.com and hosts birthday parties for little "Clermont Couture Club," where she can Sundays during the Clermont downtown
clothes that are priced cheap," she said. "I girls into "dress-up." teach girls how to fashion their own designs Farmer's Market.
have found some great things that I've been "It's what most little girls like to do. So they using vintage and recycled clothing.. For more information, call 352-432-5945.

SCHOOL CALENDAR


QSP Magazine Fundraiser:
Cypress Ridge Elementary
School has started its fundrais-
er campaign for the school
through the QSP Magazine sub-
scription program. For informa-
tion call 394-6633 or visit
www.QSPcom.

Oct. 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.
Oct. 12
Dogs for school-agers: to
improve reading-out-loud skills,
4 p.m., every Tuesday Begins
Oct. 12 through Nov. 16.


Oct. 20
Halloween craft: For up to 4
years of age, 10:30 a.m.,
Minneola Schoolhouse Library,
100 S. Main Ave. in Minneola.
Call 432-3921.
Oct. 27
Halloween stories and costume
parade: For up to 4 years of
age, 10:30 a.m., Minneola
Schoolhouse Library 100 S.
Main Ave. in Minneola. Call 432-
3921.
Ongoing
Believers Christian Academy:
The River Church, 796 Hook St.,
Clermont. Contact Amanda
Davis at 636-6110 or visit
believersca@yahoo.com.
McKay and Step Up scholar-
ships are available.


Bright Start Learning Center:
Openings for free VPK program,
The River Church, 796 Hook St.,
Clermont. Contact Natalie at
243-4220 or visit
www.mybrightstartclermont.co
m.
Citrus Heights Christian
Academy: Open enrollment and
scholarship options including
Step up for Students and the
John McKay scholarships are
available for the 2010-2011
school year, 101 Grand
Highway, Clermont. Call 394-
4715.
High school homeschooled stu-
dents wanted: Volunteer oppor-
tunity for homeschooled stu-
dents interested in a career in
elementary education.


Minimum 18-week commit-
ment, earn college credit.
Contact Juliet Langer at
langerj@lake.k12.fl.us.
Imagine schools at South Lake:
Free and reduced lunch pro-
gram. For information, contact
Selenia Quinones at 243-2960,
ext. 104.
LSCC Foundation Ambassador
Program: LSCC is looking for
students to serve in the
Ambassador Program at the
college. This position is paid and
limited to six students per term.
For information, visit
www.lscc.edu/ambassadors.
South Lake Teen MOPS (moth-
ers of preschoolers): 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Wesley Center at
the First United Methodist


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., sec-
ond 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, 685W. 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.
Thursday
South Lake County Republican Club: 7
p.m., third Thursday, Buffalo's Southwest
Grill, 1455 E. S.R. 50, Clermont. Call 394-
4025.
To update, delete or add items in this col-
umn, e-mail pamfennimore@dailycommercial
or fax to 365-1951.


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Legal Notices


003 Legal
Notices

PUBLIC NOTICE
UNCLAIMED VEHICLE
AUCTION. THE FOLLOW
ING VEHICLE(S) WILL
BE SOLD FOR CHARGES
DUE ON:
OCTOBER 08, 2010
AT 8:30 A.M.
1997 BUICK
VIN#
IG4HP52K3VH558665
THE ADDRESS WHERE
THE VEHICLES ARE
STORED:
REVIS TOWING & RE-
COVERY OF GROVE-
LAND, INC.
7130 E. SR 50
GROVELAND, FL 34736
No: 00238915
September 24, 2010

NOTICE OF SALE
FEDERAL LIEN CORP. will
sell at Public Sale at Auc-
tion the following vehicles to
satisfy lien pursuant to
Chapter 713.585 of the
Florida Statutes on Oct.14,
2010 at 10 A.M.
Lot # A27454
2002 RED CHRYSLER 4 DR
VIN#
2C3HE66G42H159327
Located at: PAUL'S CARS
INC.
1950 BRANTLEY CIR.
CLERMONT, FL. 34711
(352)242-0101
Owner: CHARLES I & GIN-
GER L. PRIOR JR.
18101 PRIOR Ln.
BENTON, IL62812
Customer SAME AS REGIS-
TERED OWNER
Lienholder: CHASE MAN-
HATTAN BANK USA NA
P.O. BOX 29214
PHOENIX, AZ 85038
Lien Amount $6,750.00
No.: 00237791
September 24, 2010

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


003 Legal
Notices
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
TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
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

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


003 Legal
Notices


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.
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
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


003 Legal
Notices

IN THE COUNTY COURT IN
AND FOR LAKE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 10CC1798
SUMMER BAY RESORT
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
TION a Florida
not-for-profit corporation,
Plaintiff
MARY MILEY the unknown
heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, lienors, credi-
tors, trustees, or other
claimants claiming by,
through or under Sharon
Amburgey, deceased, and
any and all unknown parties
claiming by, through, un-
der, and against Sharon
Amburgey, deceased,
and/or the herein named
defendants who are not
known to be dead or alive,
whether such unknown
parties may claim an inter-
est as spouses, heirs, de-
vises, grantees, or other
claimants,
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE PURSU-
ANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN, that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure in the cap-
tioned matter dated Sep-
tember 2, 2010, I will sell
to the highest bidder for
cash at the front door of the
Lake County Judicial Cen-
ter, 550 West Main Street,
Tavares, Florida 32778, at
11:00 a.m. on October 21,
2010, the following de
scribed property, all of
which and SUMMER BAY
RESORT CONDOMINIUM II,
according to the Amended
and Restated Declaration of
Condominium, thereof re-
corded 1582, page 1253,
Public Records of Lake
County, Florida, as
amended.
Timeshare Period Week
(W)22 in Condominium Unit
No. 204203
Dated September 8, 2010
Neil Kelly
As Clerk of the Court
By: /sV.UHL
As Deputy Clerk
No.00238683
Sept. 24 &Oct. 1, 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


100
Announcement

103 Found
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180 Schools/
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235
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248 Gun
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NATS
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Employment


405
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Reading & Math. Our
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For medical office trav-
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SALES
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For funeral pre-ar-
rangements. Life Ins.
Lic. Strong leads &
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Call 407-718-4596
or email
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TEACHER
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425 Clerical
Busy Chiropractic
office needs energetic,
neat, personable
BILLING/COLLECTION
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for processing of insur-
ance claims. Previous
experience with insur-
ance/collections desir-
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Attention to detail and
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352-589-5549 and
Call 352-409-0177
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9am-5pm only.
RECEPTIONIST
For CPA Firm. Near
downtown Leesburg.
Team player. Light
bookkeeping preferred.
Fax resume to:
352-728-0034


430 Retail
FRONT DESK
COORDINATOR FT
for fast paced environ-
ment. Must have
strong customer serv-
ice skills, be energetic
and fashion forward.
Apply at:
www.shearexpress.com
3404 Southern Trace
The Villages, FL 32162

435 Medical

CAREGIVEHR/7HHAS
Needed. Non-Medical
PT, in Lake County
HOME INSTEAD
SENIOR CARE
Call: 352-323-1729
FRONT DESK
For busy Urgent Care.
Fax resume to:
352-315-1703

MA/RECEPTIONIST im-
med. medical exp.
motivated, benefits.
Fax 352-365-1950
MEDICAL ASSISTANT /
X-RAY TECHNICIAN
F/T to work w/busy or-
thopedic practice in
LeesburgVillages. This
position requires medi-
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cense, excel people
skills, the ability to
multi-task & computer
knowledge. Competi-
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benefits provided.
Send resume to:
FL Musculoskeletal
Institute
600 North Blvd. West
Suite C
Leesburg, FL 34748
Or fax: 352-728-2603

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
With experience
needed for busy
medical office
in Leesburg.
Fax resume to:
352-728-8030 or
352-307-2520
or email
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mid-florida
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RECEPTIONIST FT
for medical practice.
Computer & telephone
skills a must.
Non-Smoker.
Fax resume to
attn. Melanie:
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Exp only, immediate
openings in Wildwood
Call 352-259-7505

GRANITE
INSTALLERS &
FABRICATORS
Exp only, immediate
openings in Wildwood
Call 352-259-7505
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Welders, Pipefitters,
w/heavy industrial ex-
perience.
Send resume to:
cwidc2@verison.net or
fax to: 863-635-6392
Call 863-635-3668
8am 4pm Mon. Fri.

MECHANIC
Umatilla Work on do-
nated vehicles for liv-
ing quarters & salary.
Call 352-669-0000

DRIVERS
CRST NEEDS YOU!
Immediate opportuni-
ties! No CDL, No prob-
lem! CDL Training
Available. Great Bene-
fits & Start earning
$750 $800 week!
Call Today!
1-866-987-8257

SERVICE EXP.
PLUMBER
Apply at:
2810 W. Main Street
Leesburg
352-326-5088


450 Trades
MONTEREY
MUSHROOMS
located in Zellwood, FL
is seeking
MAINTENANCE
MECHANIC
with at least 3 years in
operation, production
line & general main.
repair exp. Must be fa-
miliar with PM work &
installation of electrical
components, & knowl-
edgeable in use of am-
meter, volt meter ohm-
meter, & other electri-
cal testing equipment
PLC and Electrical ex-
perience are a must.
Benefits include Vaca-
tion/Holiday/Medical &
Life Insurance.
Apply at:
5949 Sadler Road
Zellwood. EOE

SCREEN PRINTER
Textiles/flatbed
P/T, Exp only
Drug/Background
check
811 W. North Blvd
Leesburg

455
Restaurants/
Hotels/Clubs
SERVER
needed for full service
restaurant. Must have
exp. with fine dining.
Taking applications at:
531 N. Central Ave.
(Hwy. 19) Umatilla, FL
32784.
UTILITY/DISHWASHER
wanted in the Planta-
tion Community on
Hwy. 27 in South
Leesburg. Must be
able to lift 50 Ibs.
Call John at:
352-978-0476 to
schedule an interview.

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CARRIERS

ACCEPTING

APPLICATIONS
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has delivery routes
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CLERMONT AND
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Candidates must have
reliable transportation,
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For questions please
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500)
Pets/Animals



501 Pets
For Sale
AQUARIUM Salt Water
55 gallon, up and
running, fish/live
rock. $95. 267-8610
BEAGLE male & YEL-
LOW LABRADOR fe-
male 3 yrs. old must
go together/raised as
pups. FREE TO
GOOD HOME
352-446-5858 Call
after 6pm
BIRD, African Gray, 3
yrs, starting to talk,
Ig. cage. $1,000
firm. 352-357-8352
CATAHOULA/HOUND
2/females, 2/males.
Free to GOOD home.
352-267-6396
CATS (4) all males, 2
neutered. FREE TO
GOOD HOME.
352-617-1906
GOLDEN RETRIEVER
male 5 yrs old AKC.
Free to a good
Home! 516-2607
GREAT DANE AKC male
11/mo intact $325.
Rninxs@gmail.com
or 407-294-1171
KITTENS free to good
home 12 wks old 2
males black & white
352-409-3512
KITTENS (4) 8 wks old
FREE TO A GOOD
HOME Call
352-326-4174
KITTENS Beautiful, long
& short hair. Free to
a Loving Home! Call
352-753-1922
PEEK A POOS family
raised, socialized.
Payment plan $550
352-307-4444
POMERANIAN, HURRY
ONLY 2 LEFT. AKC,
w/health cert., males
8 wks. old. $350.
352-516-1437.
POODLES, AKC. Toys &
true Teacups, social-
ized. Payment plan.
$550 and up.
352-307-4444
SNAKE 4.5ft Bald Py-
thon w/55 gallon
tank. $120. Call
352-348-2300
TOY SPANIEL/YORKIE
mix puppy, also
Yorkie/Maltese, fe-
males, 8 wks, shots
& dewormed. $299
ea. To adult home.
Call 352-821-2370
YORKSHIRE TERRIER
male lyr old shots &
dewormed $200.
Call 352-348-2300

560 Pet
Supplies
BIRD CAGE large,
20"x20"x29" high
w/wood stand. $45.
352-406-1595
CAGE (for birds or sm.
pets) 30.5"L x 18"W
x 18"H., white. $50.
352-748-9611
DOG KENNEL Ig., wire,
$35/obo. Please call
352-330-0796
PET CARRIER medium
17" WX19" HX25"
L. Asking $25. Call
352-406-1595

WESTERN SADDLE 16",
all synthetic, blk.,
w/cinch, perfect.
$95. 352-217-1 322


G00
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


801 Antiques
HAND WRINGER Univer-
sal Horseshoe Brand
1924 excel shape.
$90. 352-430-0407
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.
$75. 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,
lOw/stands, life like.
$75. Leesburg. Call
352-434-5395
NASCAR CARS (10) Jeff
Gordon & Ken
Schrader $90 for all.
Call 352-308-6501
TOYS McDonald's in
display case & ad-
vertisements. $30
obo. 352-748-5366
WATCH men's wrist
DODGE VIPER from
dealer, stainless
steel $40 874-5418
WATCH men's wrist
DODGE VIPER from
dealer, stainless
steel $40 874-5418
WATCH men's wrist,
CHEVY SS from
dealer Stainless steel
$40 352-874-5418
WATCH men's wrist,
CHEVY SS from
dealer Stainless steel
$40 352-874-5418
WEXFORD GLASS as-
sortment of different
pieces. $65 Call
352-787-4605

804 Furniture

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

BED Serta Full size
mattress set. $99. Call
352-321-0752
CABINET 2 double
doors, 3 drawers,
very good cond. $65.
352-874-1829
CARD TABLE w/4 chairs
leather seats $45.
Call 352-753-1076
or 352-552-7509
CARD TABLE w/4 chairs
leather seats $45.
Call 352-753-1076
or 352-552-7509
CHAIR stress lounge
style padded cloth.
Asking $95. Call
352-753-1254
CHAIR, wood w/soft ma-
terial on back & seat.
Asking $20. Call
352-483-2642
CHAIRS 4 solid oak, up-
holster seats, cain
backs on casters.
$100. 483-3822
CHAIRS Kitchen '50
chrome 4/with pad-
ded seats. $100. Call
352-504-6406
CHAISE LOUNGE CHAIR
Pool, adjustable,
w/PVC straps, excel.
$20. 352-343-8987
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 TABLE, beveled
glass top, 4 legs,
gold leaf stand. $95.
352-217-1322
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
COUCH & LOVE SEAT
navy blue, newer,
good cond $100 obo
Call 352-459-8725
COUCH brown flower,
good cond. $99/obo.
352-504-5847
COUCH, leather Beige,
w/recliner on each


end. $500 obo.
352-365-9515
DAY BED white, great
cond. w/mattress.
Asking $75. Call
352-347-1090
DESK full size w/hutch,
blonde wood, needs
TLC. $75. Please call
352-383-3336
DESK off white wood
tone laminated, 3 top
drawers & 2 lowers.
$100. 259-3170
HEADBOARD & FRAME
queen, brass. $100.
352-787-1954


804 Furniture
DESK wicker, glass top,
center dawer & 3
side drawers, chair.
$50. 352-383-3336
DINETTE SET 42" solid
maple, 4 ladder back
chairs w/basket
weave seats, (2) 21"
leafs, excel. cond.
$150. Please call
352-669-6784
DINETTE SET metal w/5
high back padded
chairs, excel cond.
$100 246-9948
DRESSER 72", 6/draw-
ers off white in great
cond. Asking $100.
352-383-0970
DRESSER French Pro-
vincial blonde excel.
cond. $70. Call
352-729-2354
DRESSER w/mirror, kids
entertainment center
media stand. $100.
309-368-5400
DRESSERS, chest & tri-
ple w/mirror, oak fin-
ish. $75/obo. Call
352-460-0837
END TABLE triangle top
1/2" glass. Asking
$25. Please call
352-330-2251
ENTERTAINMENT CEN-
TER corner, It. wood,
good cond. $40/obo.
352-347-1090
EXECUTIVE DESK, Ig.,
metal w/laminate top
& file drawers. $20.
352-455-8875
FUTON wood, thick mat-
tress. Asking $75.
Please call
352-504-2966
GLIDER alum., from
1950's. Asking
$100. Please call
352-735-1570
HEAD & FOOTBOARDS
blk. iron, queen,
w/rails & mirror.
$80. 352-323-1413
LIVING ROOM CHAIR
creamy yellow
leather, fair cond.
$60. 352-552-2153
MATTRESS & FRAME
full size, very com-
fortable. Asking $80.
352-357-9305
MATTRESS king, Sim-
mons Beautyrest Pil-
lowtop, Like new.
$65. 352-326-0998
MATTRESS SET Queen
excel cond. $100.
Please call
352-460-0706
MATTRESS, 89X
SPRING FRAL.E full
se e :eess @P-ed.
$; SOLD
NEERLEE NEW
FURNISHINGS
Gently Used Home
Furnishings
Showroom
3320 US Hwy.
441/27, Fruitland Park
(old Phillips Dealership)
352-315-1000
neerleenewfurnishings.
corn
NOT 2 SHABBY
CONSIGNMENTS
Consign your furniture,
antiques & reproduc-
tion. You get 60% of
the sale price.
Downtown Leesburg
201 W Main St.
352-460-4806
PATIO SET old style
wicker excel cond.
Asking $350. Call
352-483-2718
ROCKER RECLINER
mauve, very good
cond. $150 Please
call 352-314-9351
ROCKER/RECLINER
leather, used. $100.
Call 352-787-8111
ROCKER/RECLINER like
new, micro-fiber.
$89. Please call
352-408-4688
ROCKING CHAIRS 1
standard size, 1 over
size. Babette's. $90
both. 352-561-0856
SETTEE Colonial 2 cush-
ion 57", med. blue
floral. Good cond.
$75. 352-383-2398
SOFA & LOVE SEAT
La-Z-Boy, recliners,
blue green color, ex-
cel. shape. $550.
Call 352-259-4486
SOFA & LOVESEAT mi-
cro-fiber, ends re-
cline. $500. Please
call 352-323-1413
SOFA & MATCHING
CHAIR light gold old,
but good cond $75
Call 352-589-4915
SOFA 72", 2/cushions
excel, cond. Asking
$75. Please call
352-357-6106


SOFA BED light green
& tan, clean. $65/obo.
352-365-6256
SOFA creamy yellow
leather, fair cond.
GOOD price $90.
352-552-2153
SOFA Flexsteel floral
pattern. Asking $85.
Please call
352-750-0675

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

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


804 Furniture
SOFA, CHAIR & OTTO-
MAN, beige over
stuffed, lightly used.
$450. 352-432-546
STUDENT DESK excel-
lent condition. Asking
$55. Please call
352-246-9948
TABLE & 4/CHAIRS solid
wood. Asking $25.
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 glass top, metal
frame, heavy duty.
3'x5'. $60. Please
call 352-357-3616
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 solid oak 30"x
48", good for crafts
or heavy projects.
$40. 352-483-3822
TABLE TOPS glass,
round, 45" & 36",
1/2" thick. $50 both.
407-284-0012
TABLE w/4 chairs, wal-
nut color, very good
cond. $99. Please
call 352-314-9351
TABLE w/porcelain re-
tractable top from
the '50's. $80.
352-551-8798
TABLE wooden, 3'x5',
good cond. $25.
352-357-3616
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 $4.
now $80 259-2044

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 Whirlpool
white excel cond
works great $99.
Call 352-365-6271
DOUBLE OVEN Tappan
built-in, 24" & Range
top. $99. Please call
352-430-0298
DRYER@
.ees--;9. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
DRYER Kenmore good
condo. $99. Call
321-276-0930
DRYER used, electric.
$100. Please call
352-217-9472
DRYER Whirlpool, white,
Super Capacity Plus.
$99. Please call
352-787-7584
FREEZER 14cu.ft. Fri-
gidaire frost free 2
yrs. old. $250.
352-742-2218
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
RANGE elec. Whirlpool
white excel cond $85


Please call
352-365-6271
RANGE GE, 4 burner,
flat top, white. $200.
352-787-7584
REFRIGERATOR (side by
side) STOVE (glass
top) both GE in excel.
cond. must sell $600
obo. 407-744-4788
REFRIGERATOR GE
2004 25 cubic ft.
glass top stove, &
dishwasher, 2009
Maytag microwave
WASHER Kenmore,
good cond. $99.
321-276-0930


805 Appliances
REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more Elite side by
side, w/ice & water,
white, closed back.
$500. Please call
352-787-7584

REFRIGERATOR Ken-
more side/side ice &
water in door $100
Call 352-551-9695
VACUUM Dirt Devil ba-
gless upright excel
cond. $40. Call
352-348-2743
VACUUM Eureka ba-
gless upright excel
cond. $40. Call
352-348-2743
WASHER & DRYER elec.
Kenmore white. Ask-
ing $100. Please
352-742-9403
WASHER & DRYER
works great Asking
$100 obo Call
352-459-8725
WASHER Whrpo

SOLD! 1ST DAY!
WASHER Whirlpool,
white. $99. Please call
352-787-7584
WASHER, wk.eI goeed.

SOLD! CLASSIFIED
WORK!

606 Electronics
CAMERA 35m C'a.eo

'n. ;9950 o. SOLD
1ST DAY
CELL PHONE blk. T-Mo-
bile Sidekick LX. paid
$210 sell for $75.
352-326-3581
CELL PHONE Samsung
AT&T, A837, new.
Asking $45. Call
352-396-3166
CORDLESS PHONE 2.4
GE, black, excel.
cond. Asking $15.
352-669-3326
GPS Garman 255W
NUVI, new in box.
Asking $89. CAII
352-357-2880
IPODS (2) SHUFFLE
w/USB cable & ear
buds, new $100
321-6280 after 4pm
PLAYSTATION 2 Sony,
works & looks like
new. $35. Please
call 352-357-2771
PRINTER AII-In-One HP
F2200. $15. Call
352-343-8987
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. $20. 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 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

624 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
BOUNCE & SPIN ZEBRA
ride toy. Like new.
Asking $15. all
352-357-3996
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

025 Building
Supplies/
Materials

WINDOWS (2) alum.
New. $99/obo. Call
352-504-5847
CERAMIC TILES 10
boxes wall, white,
4.25x4.25, 15sf/box.
$69. 942-0048


025 Building
Supplies/
Materials

ANNUAL
WAREHOUSE SALE
Cabinets all sizes
$35.00 ea.
Great selection of
Flooring & Appliances
Bailey Industries
1107 Thomas Ave.
Leesburg
Sale Dates: 9/23-9/25
8am to 4pm
DOOR pre-hung pre-
mium steel 36"x80"
w/4 glass opening on
top $75 253-0847
FELT PAPER (4 roles)
new, 15#. $25 for
all. Please call
352-669-2379
SLIDING GLASS DOOR
6' 7" x 8' Asking
$75 Please call
352-728-1208
TOILET, white, standard
size, clean, works.
$35. Please call
Dave 352-255-7623


SOLD

830 Garage Sales
CLERMONT HUGE 3
family Sat 9/25
7am-? 11209 Arrow
Tree Blvd. furn., ex-
ercise equip., air
hockey, bedding,
clothes, & lots more.
MASCOTTE METODIST1
CHURCH FOR 9/25I
CANCELED
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
CANNALILILES in 3
gallon can. Only $5.
Call 352-728-4913
CANNALILILES in 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 Jh DoFo

SOLD!
EDGER'S (2) 3 wheels,
electric. Asking $40
for all. Please call
352-728-4904
GARDEN CART tilts &
WHEELBARROW.
$100 for all. Call
352-551-8798
LAWN MOWER 4.5 hp,
self propelled. $95.
352-348-5843
LAWN MOWER Black &
Decker elec.,
mulcher new cond.
$65. 352-483-5669
LAWN MOWER high
wheel gas runs great
$55. Please call
352-205-3887
LAWN MOWER RH;H
hgh r:ar Fwhwls
Bris & Strattn 21"
5 $ SOLD
PODOCARPUS (10)
shrubs. $80/all. Call
352-787-1226
PRESSURE WASHER,
4hp,-2,500 PSI,
noods air-clOanOr.
$4.I SOLD!
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 Crafts-
man 12hp 42" cut
new belts & battery
$300 874-4535

RIDING MOWER Crafts-
man 42" cut looks
and runs good $495
obo. 352-324-2173

SHED metal 10'x12'
$1,200 you move it.
Excel cond. Call
352-434-8186


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

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


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

49ed.--9. SOLD!
CLASSIFIED WORK!
PISTOL P-38 Geran
Asking $650. Call
352-735-9741
RIFLE M-1 Garand.
Asking $850. Call
352-735-9741

848 Medical
CARRIER- New! For mo-
bility scooter/chair,
all aluminum pow-
ered platform, 350 Ib
capacity, attaches to
hitch, w/warranty,
swing away arm
available. $549.
352-217-3437

COMMODE portable ad-
justable handicapped
never used. $20 obo
Call 352-360-8296
DIABETIC SHOES men's
10 1/2 med. blk,
Velcro straps. New.
$75. 352-753-1834
LIFT Bruno for mobility
scooter/chair, tele-
scoping model. 400
Ibs lifting capacity.
Asking $400. Call
352-516-0648
LIFT CHAIR elec., used
1 mo, paid $1,200
asking $500 obo.
352-742-2218
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
WALKER w/o wheels
like new $20 obo
Call 352-360-8296
WALKER w/o wheels
like new $20 oboI
Call 352-360-8296
WALKER w/o wheels
$20 Leesburg
352-365-2169
WALKER k4494 k ql:: :
& basket, fslds. Ask
ing $30. gall SOLD
1ST DAY!
WALKER without wheels
Asking $5. (Lees-
burg). Please call
352-455-8875

850 Computers
& Equip
GAMING MOUSE Lo-
gitech G500, new in
box. $50. Please call
352-259-9641
MONITOR CRT Compaq,
17" LCD screen,
w/speakers. $20
obo. 352-669-1163
PRINTER H4rP Pht

$3;-SOLD!
ROUTER Linksys wire-
less G. WRT54G3
w/additional antenna.
$35. 352-324-2559

852 Articles
For Sale
ADULT BRIEFS med.,3
large packages. $25. I
All. 352-324-3025
AREA RUGS (2) Contem-
porary design, multi
colored, 6'x7'. $60.
352-460-0458
AUDIO TAPES 4
mostly Pattorssn &
Par.SFr. .A.i.ng $ 0
SOLD
AFGHANS (2) one large
and one med. adult
pastel colors. $40
Call 352-357-5365
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 bag of paper-
backs, variety mys-
tery/romance $3 for
all. 352-324-3025

boxes $30 Call

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

SOLD! CLASSIFIED


WORK!
CHAIN 20' 5/16" &
binder $30. Call
352-314-2981
CHAIN heavy duty 3/8"
x 30ft w/hooks 2650
Ibs working load $60
Call 352-343-8470

CHAMPAGNE GLASSES
(12) tulip shape, pre-
fect cond. $20 obo.
352-748-7678

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


052 Articles
For Sale
CHINA 40 pc. set, old,
Victorian Pattern.
$30. Please call
352-589-7335
COMFORTER King size,
satin finish, excel.
cond. Asking $15.
352-323-6229
COMFORTER Queen
sage green, dust ruf-
fle & pillows $40 Call
352-728-5074
COMFORTER queen, 8
pc set + drapes bur-
gundy/gold, 4 mo.
old. Orig. price $275,
asking $100. Call
352-217-0433
COMFORTER SETS (2)
Twin w/ sheets White
w/pastel colors $70
takes both 259-3170
COOKBOOKS (50) Hard-
cover. Asking $90.
Please call
352-748-3580
COOLERS (1) 14x9 Igloo
& (1) 22x17 Cole-
man. $25 for both.
352-259-3522
DESERT ROSE (5) Ask-
ing $100 for all.
Please call
561-401-7313
DRUMS plastic or steel,
55 gallon. Asking
$15. Please call
352-787-6855
ENCYCLOPEDIA Britan-
nica, Juniors, 15 vol-
umes A-Z. $20.
352-365-6327
ENCYCLOPEDIAS Wild-
life, 20 volumes.
$20. Please call
352-365-6327
FLOOR LAMP gold
color, like new. $10.
Call 352-793-8102
FRYING PAN (square)
Revereware, 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
JEWELRY ARMOIRE, 8

iacguor-H f sw/rsow.
$44. SOLD!
JUICER Breville usedI
once $85 Call
352-321-2885
JUICER Jack LaLanne,
like new all attach-
ments. Asking $60.
352-569-0166

LADDER Warehouse
Rolling Ladder, 6'
high. Asking $100.
325-787-6855
LADIES CLOTHES, 2 Ig
boxes. Size Ig., X- g.
& 18. Asking $75.
352-821-2801
LAGOON POND 250
gallon, never in-
stalled. Paid $300.
Will sacrifice $175.
Call 352-324-3122
or 352-742-6338
LOVE SEAT SLIP COVER
w/matching pillows
beige applique. $25.
352-728-8054
MAGAZINE RACK
wood. Asking $20.
Call 352-430-1090
MOVING BOXES (8)
New, 24" L x 18" x
18". Asking $15.
352-483-5669
NYLON TAPE 2" wide
500' long. Asking
$10. Please call
352-735-1591
PANTS Men's dress (14
pairs) 36x29 excel
condo. $25 Call
352-259-5926
PLATES, (8) Star Trek,
Hamilton, gold
plated. $80 obo.
352-455-3342
POOL FILTER Hayword
Diatomaceous Earth
$50 Silver Lake area
352-323-8240
PORTRAIT of Martha
Washington, Smith-
sonian Institute. $75.
352-753-7075
PROM DRESS beautiful
strapless. Excel.
cond. Bust 34. $30.
352-365-0191
REMOTE CONTROL,
with large numbers &
letters, for, TV, DVD,
etc. $15. 978-7461


RUG w/fruit design.
Good cond. for
kitchen/dining area.
$70. 352-357-9305

RUG w/fruit design.
Good cond. for
kitchen/dining area.
$70. 352-357-9305

SATIN HAND SET (5)
Mary Kay, complete,
unused. $50. All.
Call 407-221-5962

SCRAPBOOKING CASE,
never used
w/wheels. Asking
$35. 352-383-2302


052 Articles
For Sale
SEWING MACHINE 1425
Touch & Sew Singer
runs well. $45.
352-617-1999
SEWING MACHINE
Singer commercial
style #211W155
w/manaul. $300.
352-569-0166
SHEETS king size,
good cond. $15. Call
352-259-3522
SHOES 6 1/2 med. la-
dies Euro Step san-
dals. Brand new.
$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
SWING outdoors made
from Salt treated
wood $100 Call
352-360-0572
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
Turbo Vision, bagless
Dirt Devil. Asking
$20. 352-343-9168
VACUUM Electrolux can-
ister complete, works
& looks great $85.
352-357-2771
VACUUM Hoover Wind
Tunnel self propelled,
excel, cond. Asking
$50. 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 HOLIDAY
DRESSES size 8 pe-
tite all in good cond.
$50 all. 323-6229
WOOD PALLETS FREE
In Palm Plaza.
352-326-8957
WORK BENCH 6' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $60. Please
call 352-343-7201

655 Musical
Instruments
KEYBOARD electronic &
stand. Casio, new
cond. w/manual $95.
352-267-1997
KEYBOARD w/stand, ex-
cel. cond. battery or
electric operated.
$75. 352-314-3073
ORGAN Yamaha Elec-
tone HC-2, excel.
cond. $100. Please
call 352-735-1769

660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
COMPUTER DESK 58"H
x36"W, w/CD slots &
chair. $35/obo. Call
352-669-1163
COMPUTER DESK cus-
tom build 60"Lx25"
Wx32"H $100 Call


352-326-9419
COMPUTER DESK, white
washed oak.
20"x36"x56". $70.
Call 352-323-8818
DESK 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. $60. Please
call 352-455-8755


660 Office
Furniture/
Supplies
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.

674 Exercise
Equipment
ABDOMINAL/BACK ext.
machine Hoist
HF-4603 excel cond
$125 394-1988
BICYCLE PfeR GL35
Smccth, guict, 9xHoi
se4d. 9 gall" SOLD
1ST DAY!
CALF RAISE MACHINE
Body-Solid, excel
cond. $90 Call
352-394-1988
CARDIOVASCULAR
TRAINER good cond.
$50 Please call
352-326-5527
EXERCISE EQUIP Gold's
Gym Smith Machine
XR-38 excel cond
$300394-1988
EXERCISER PRECOR
STRENGTH TRAINER,
excel cond, manual.
$75. 352-348-6108
HOME GYM Welder, 2
sets of weights, 3
station. $100. Call
352-748-4415
PULLEY weight machine
three station
w/punching bag sta-
tion $275 394-1988
PUNCHING BAG TKO.
Asking $40. Call
352-748-4415
SHOULDER PRESS
Yukon, dbl. shoulder
machine excel cond
$200 394-1988
VERTICAL LEG PRESS
Body-Solid, excel
cond. Please call
352-394-1988
WEIGHT BENCH
w/weights Asking
$75 Please call
352-516-9486
WEIGHT BENCH Joe
Weider extra weights
like new $65. Call
352-742-0894

075 Sports/
Recreation
BASKETBALL GOAL
Life Time, portable.
$35. 352-742-3154
BICYCLE 3 wheel rebuilt
big seat and basket.
$150. 978-6346
and 343-6608
BICYCLE -
HAncw-scat -fi
oond. $35. Picaso
ea4 SOLD 1ST DAY
BICYCLE ladies, new,
standard $75. Call
352-365-1073
BICYCLE Mountain bike
21 speed Mongoose,
like new. $75.
352-406-1595
BICYCLE
Vintage. Good cond.
Asking $100. Please
call 352-504-6406
BICYCLE women's Mur-
ray Cruiser, excel.
cond. $75. Please
call 352-460-7270
BOWLING BALL 14 Ibs
Maxim w/bag seldom
used $35 Call
352-357-1363
BOWLING BALL 16 Ibs
& BAG. $30.
Call 352-978-7461
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 -A~di,
..ft hand, r-ns...

$50. SOLD!
JACKET Dale Earnhardt
Jr- 88 pit jacket new
ladies 11/12, men's
med. gorgeous. $75.
352-255-3743
SPOOL PUMP MOTOR &
SAND FILTER. $100. I
352-978-1664
TRAMPOLINE good
cond $75 obo Call
352-326-2717

685 Tools/


Machinery

BAND SAW Craftsman
12"x6" 2 spd., 45
degree tilt roller cabi-
net $125. 319-6840

CEMENT MIXER like new
cond., 3 1/2 cu.ft.,
1/3 hp, heavy gauge.
Paid $425. Asking
$250. Please call
352-324-3122 or
352-324-2938

CHAIN SAW Craftsman
18", w/case, only
used 3 hrs. $65. Call
(352)748-0649


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885 Tools/
Machinery
CHAIN SAW

SOLD
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
MITER SAW Craftsman
10" compound 3hp.,
w/clamp extension.
kit $50. 319-6840
STEP LADDER 20' Wer-
ner, fiberglass.
$100. Please call
352-255-6831
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
WOOD LATHE Delta
variable w/tools. A
must to see! $250.
352-255-6831
WORK BENCH 7' Cus-
tom Built Wood,
New. $70. Please
call 352-343-7201




800
Real Estate
For Rent



805 Houses
Furnished
OXFORD, Cottage 6
miles. West of the
Villages 1/1, furn., all
util. incl. & HD TV,
private drive, covered
parking, nature set-
ting. $775/mo.
352-748-2776
808 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
217-846-3138 or
cell 352-552-8932
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/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577
EUSTIS 2/1 fenced,
family, laundry, car-
port sm. pet ok
$650/mo 409-5949
EUSTIS 2/1 fenced,
family, laundry, car-
port sm. pet ok
$650/mo 409-5949
FRUITLAND PARK
3/1.5 fenced yard,
family rm., den/of-
fice. $800/mo +
dep.
LEESBURG 4/2 Ig. 2
story, Living rm,
Fireplace Family
Rm. $925 dep.
352-787-3009

WEIRSDALE/UMATILLA
2/1, on large lot
$325/mo.
Call 407-865-7259


808 Houses
Unfurnished
LEESBURG 2/1
$475/mo & 3/1
$600/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 2/1 family
room, living room,
dining room Near Ve-
netian Gardens
$540/mo + dep. Call
352-360-3277
LEESBURG 2/1 near
Mall $599 Single
Story Living $300
deposit. Please call
352-483-1001
LEESBURG 2/1, nice
area fenced yard,
w/extras pets wel-
comed $725/mo Call
352-551-9861
LEESBURG 3/1 remod-
eled home 5 min.
from LRMC. 1011
Lee St. $750/mo.
352-568-7700
LEESBURG Bassville
Park 3/1 block
house CHA w/well &
fenced yard
$550/mo Call
352-483-4546
LEESBURG Like New
2/2 patio homes in
gated community.
$695/mo. Going
Fast! Call NOW!
352-408-8887

LEESBURG 2/2.5, pool,
exercise room, library
& club house $675
mo. 352-357-9305
HENTIALS
Clermont 1/1 Large
apt. incl. water/lawn.
$600.00
Clermont 1/1 duplex
incl.water/lawn.
$500.00
Clermont 3br town-
home large garage
incl, lawn $950.00,
Clermont- 5br Pool
home $1,500.00

ROCKER REALTY
352-394-3570

RockerRealtylnc.com
TAVARES, 3/1.5 with
garage, fenced back-
yard 860 Cedar Cir-
cle $875 + deposit.
Call 561-603-2249
UMATILLA (6 mi. out-
side of Umatilla). 3/1.
$750/mo, +deposit.
352-557-5649
UMATILLA 1/1, newly
renovated, nice
neighborhood. First
month + dep.
$625/mo. 669-3535
WEIRSDALE 2 story
nearly new 3/2
w/mother in law, Ig.
wooded lot. $950
407-865-7259

807
Apartments
Unfurnished
CLERMONT 1br/1ba @
637 Chestnut, up-
stairs apt., $650 +
security. Randy
352-874-1451


CLERMONT Efficiency
apt 637 Chestnut,
$625/ mo. incl water
& power. Randy
352-874-1451

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


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
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 & 2 BR
Green Rated
Energy Efficient
North CR. 19A
352-357-7332

EUSTIS
1 & 2 BR
Water & Sewer
Included
North CR. 19A
352-357-7332
EUSTIS 1/1, above ga-
rage apt. avail. Oct.
1st, Non smoker. No
dogs. $500/mo. +
$250 dep. incl. water
sewer & garbage.
352-589-5661
EUSTIS Lg 2nd floor pri-
vate 1/1 w/view, Ig
balcony & scrn porch
$525/mo Please call
352-250-3555
EUSTIS
New 1 & 2 BR.
North CR 19A
Near Publix
352 57-7332
EUSTIS Special $150
Deposit. 1/2/3 br Apt.
from $455 Call
352-357-5675
LADY LAKE Arden Place
Apts. New 1br&2/2,
1-story apts. coming
the end of 2010.
Lots of features,
green rated, energy
efficient, only $595
& $725/mo. For de-
tails please call
877-781-6995
LEESBURG (2) 2 br apts.
$600/mo $400 dep.,
pool, water & pest
control included. Call
352-326-9177





LEESBURG 2/1.5, W/D
$620 + dep. Great
location. No Pets.
352-787-5885
LEESBURG 3/2 & 2/1
$500 Move in Spe-
cial! W/D hook-up.
352-874-7136
l-- 1I


LLLWUUIM3 ljI uLluAL
$299 1st mo. Cozy &
Quiet 1/1 apts with
W/D THEN $450/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. 2 apts. 1 br
& 2 br. Water in-
cluded. $135 per
week. 552-4814


MINNEOLA Lg. 2/1,
good neighbors. Only
$600 mo. No pets.
Call 407-694-3674


807
Apartments
Unfurnished
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 Lg. 2/1, du-
plex, no pets, 447 E
11th Ave. $650/mo.
407-644-7641





















TAVARES 1/1, incl.table,
Wi Fi, elec. $310
bi-wkly + dep.
352-669-0961

TAVARES APARTMENT
OPEN HOUSE
Friday, Sept. 24th
From 11am To 3pmr
2 br 1 ba Apts.

Ceilings Fireplace
Was i
1 Day Only $6251!
Only 8, 3 Apts. Left

Road-Tavares
(352)483-1001

808
Apartments

EUSTIS 1/1,$110 wk+
security dep. all util.










incl. Please call
352-406-4555

UMATILLA lake front,

trailer or motor
home, Turn.,
$125-$150/wk. noT
security, no dep.2
352- 255-3590
UMATILLA Studio $550.
1 br $575/mo. util.

352-250-4711
800 Roommated
Wanted

HOWEY IN THE HILLS,
3/2, prefer female.
$425/mo. plus 1/2
utilities. CallarJanice
352-508-4571














LEESBURG Room for
Apparent, laundry, own













bath, quiet area For
more inL o contact
Coolcojo@aol.com
810 Duplexes


CLERMONT/
Before Groveland
Mobile Homes For Sale
w/Owner Finance
2br/1ba
From $1,000 down
---$$500/month$$---
Also Avail.
Handyman Special
From $500 down.
1 br $$400/mon. uth$$-.


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


810 Duplexes
LEESBURG 2/1 in quiet
area near downtown,
range, refrigerator,
window a/c fans
lawn care. $475 +
security. 742-9121
LEESBURG 2/1 util rm,
W/D hookups, No
pets. $525/mo. +
$500 sec.589-1996
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 $799, 3br,
2.5ba townhome,
$250 off first month
rent. Ask for Summer
352-460-4643

LEESBURG 2/2 condo,
pool, covered park-
ing, laundry. $650/
mo. + dep. + low
util. 352-323-8805

LEESBURG 2/2 Great lo-
cation, clean, No
pets. $600/mo. +
$250 deposit Call
352-787-8098
LEESBURG 3br 2.5ba
townhome, attached
garage W/D incl. Ask
for Autumn
352-460-4643
TAVARES (Tavares
Ridge) 3/2. No pets,
no smoking. Avail.
now. 352-343-2508
TAVARES RP A

RENTED

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
818 Commercial
Property
LEESBURG, located just
South of SR 44 & 1
St. North of Leesburg
Post Office. 2,000sf.
commercial bldg. for
rent or lease. $1,500
per mo. incl. util.
352-516-8223
818
Manufactured
Homes Rental
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/lba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577
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
LEESBURG 1/1, CHA, Ig.
carport & utility rm.
private lot. $525 mo.
+ dep. No pets. Call
352-787-5493
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


819
Manufactured
Homes Rental
WILDWOOD AREA, 2/2
dbl. wide (in Adult
Park) CHA, $600.
2/1 (Family Park)
CHA $475. Call
352-745-8620

825 Rent-To-
Own
WEIRSDALE 2 story
nearly new 3/2
w/mother in law, Ig.
wooded lot. $950
407-865-7259
WEIRSDALE/UMATILLA
2/1, on large lot
$325/mo.
Call 407-865-7259




900
Real Estate
For Sale



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 3/21800 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
217-846-3138
LEESBURG 4br/2ba
NO MONEY DOWN!
Own now. $945 mo.
352-575-1547
TENNESSEE 3/2 2200
sf '05 Norris, hardw-
wod, tile .07 acre lot,
high end amenities,
55 minutes from Dol-
lywood, Pigeon
Forge, Double A Chi-
cago Cubs baseball,
local award winning
health care, gor-
geous mountain, &
lake views. Adjacent
lot avail, will email
pictures. $125,900
Call 423-921-7639
WEIRSDALE 2 story
nearly new 3/2
w/mother in law, Ig.
wooded lot. $950
407-865-7259
WEIRSDALE/UMATILLA
2/1, on large lot
$325/mo.
Call 407-865-7259
WILDWOOD in Conti-
nental Country Club,
55+, 1/1 asking
$37,000. Will rent
for $600 incl. all util.
+ amenities Call
904-625-0769





1000
Manufactured
Homes



1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale

LEESBURG LANDING
55+ Park, 14' x 70',
2/2, scrn porch, plus
shed. $18,900. Call
352-787-4580


1001 Mfd Homes
For Sale
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/1 ba
From $500 down
---$$400/month$$---
Linda 352-243-7577
EUSTIS 3/2 16'x80' '95
completely remod-
eled CHA vinyl siding
& dbl. roof, great
cond. $12,000 obo
MUST BE MOVED
352-357-8565
LEESBURG 2/1 55 &
over park. Low lot
rent, front kitchen,
scrn in laundry, Ig FL
room & upgrades
6.iQ8. Reduced to:
$5,000. 504-6448
or 352-636-4321
NEW & PRE-OWNED
Lowest Prices Ever!
$5000 Below Cost!
On Existing Models
Call: Baird Homes
352-787-1988
WILDWOOD Country Re-
sorts 55+. Two Mo-
bile homes 2/2,
furn/unfurn, com-
pletely remodeled
throughout, CHA,
w/new appl. incl.
W/D. 813-951-6071

1002 Mfd
Homes
W/ land
For Sale




1100
Recreation



1101 Boats
ANCHOR MINN KOTA
18 Ib capacity; 3133.
nw. in box $100 Call
SOLD 1ST DAY
BOAT STORAGE
Venetian Cove Marina
352-728-9870
FLOATING DOCK KITS
INCLUDES HEAVY
DUTY HARDWARE
WITH 4'X8'
FLOATS!
CALL DON
352-343-4108
PADDLE BOAT Pelican,
used twice. Asking
$350. Please call
352-787-9157
PONTOON 20', '96,
60hp Johnson, single
axle trailer w/new
tires, all accessories
incl. Ready to Go!
$3,500 obo. Call
352-223-9123 or
223-9050.

1120 Marine
Equip/
Supplies
MOTORS '94 Johnson
15hp runs perfect
$675 obo, Call
352-406-4555
1150 RV&
Campers
COACHMAN Sentra 25',
low mileage, sleeps
6, Onoda generator,
new tires, 2 batteries
Excel. cond. $9,500.
352-978-8915

1200
Transportation


1205 Autos

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


1205 Autos
BUICK CENTURY '81
runs good, looks ok.
A real good $600
car. 352-383-6012
CASH PAID
FOR JUNK CARS!
$150 and up.
Call 352-771-6191
FORD '89 F150
Ugly Duckling
Work Truck, ice cold
air, low miles.
$1,600 SPECIAL

CHEVY '04 Silverado
2500, 4x4, Crew Cab,
Awesome Truck!
$13,495 SPECIAL
LEXUS '02 GS 300
Leather, sunroof,
loaded, immaculate
$ 13,995 SPECIAL

CHEVY '05 Malibu
Maxx LS
4 dr., hatch back
rear sunroof
$10,495 SPECIAL
KIA '06 Sorrento
Great Family Vehicle
69K, Come Drive
Today!
$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
FORD '03 Mustang Con-
vertible GT, burgundy
w/tan top. $10,810.
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 TAURUS 1
leaded 110K mi ox
Be! cond. $1,000
SOLD 1ST DAY!
NISSAN '09 Versa SL.
$13,620. Call
800-313-9787
NISSAN '09 Versa SL.
$13,620. Call
800-313-9787
PONTIAC '03 Grand Am,
only 33,000 miles.
$7,890. Please call
800-313-9787
TOYOTA '00 Sienna,
Real Low Miles.
$7,380. Please call
800-313-9787
TOYOTA '06 Camry.
$12,220. Please call
800-313-9787
VW '06 Beetle Converti-
ble, blue w/black top.
$14,680. Please call
800-313-9787

1200 Aviation

1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds





LEAIN I F,.E0 -OWI ED
MOTORCYCLE SALE!
ALL PRICED TO SELL
FINANCING AVAILABLE
www.luckyucycles.com

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


C .

HARLIEt LAVID .ij
'08 ROADKING
LOADED W/EXTRAS.
$14,000
Call 352-330-0047
FINANCE AVAILABLE


1210 Mcycles/
Mopeds




HARiL FY ijViL SuN
'97 SUPERGLIDE
RUNS GOOD!
ON SALE $4,995
Call 352-330-0047
HARLEY DAVIDSON '98
Dyna Super Glide
metallic blue w/pin-
stripe 18K mi
$6,000 Please call
352-483-2718




HONA i-r,
REBEL 250, CLEAN.
$1,995
Call 352-330-0047
www.luckyucycles.com





VULCAN 1500
EFI, 5K MILES
$4,995
Call 352-330-0047





LANCE rCOOTE., 08
150CC. 10 MILES
$1,000
Call 352-330-0047
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

1230 Vans
DODGE RAM 250 '91
A-1 condition, 66K
miles. $3,500 obo.
Call 352-406-1791
1235 S U V
GEO '91 Tracker, 4x4,
5 speed, a/c. $1,650.
352-348-5843
ISUZU '00 Trooper.
$6,430. Please call
800-313-9787
JEEP '00 Cherokee
Sport, 2WD, auto,
cold ac. 160K mi.
$4,000 obo. Cell
386-481-7887 or
352-360-0190

1240 Trucks
Light Duty
DODGE '01 Ram 1500
extended cab, red,
ps/pb/pl, hard ton-
neau cover. $7,500
obo 352-223-9146

DODGE '0 Dak, V6,
club cab,-w/robuilt
Sng., new-tircc.
$1,500 Firm. Pla6@
a4SOLD

DODGE '99 Ram 2500,
2 wheel drive, long
bed, new paint, lock-
ing bed cap, great
work truck, 2 tone
red & silver. $4,500.
obo. 352-460-4684

DODGE, '98 King Cab,
good working cond.,
high miles. $1,800.
352-383-1404


1247 Trailers

CARGO TRAILER 5'x8'
excel cond. $1,000
Call 352-434-81086

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


1247 Trailers




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

1204 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
HITCH for Dodge or
Chrysler Stow & Go
$150. Please call
352-430-0407
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
TIRES (4) used,
P205/70/15, excel
cond. 13K mi. $80.
All. 352-435-0760
TRAILER HITCH Reese
'98-'04, Toyota Ta-
coma pick-up. $75.
352-815-0268
TRAILER HITCH, Reese,
1500 Ib w/sway bars
complete. $500
Firm. 352-787-9157
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 o ,f / m

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SOLD

1275 Golf
Carts
CLUB CAR '06 DS, bat-
teries 10, excel.
cond. $3,500. Call
352-430-3616
CLUB CAR '98, 48V,
w/charger, '07 bat-
teries, jump seat &
rain cover. $1,800.
352-365-9047
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
YAMAHA '03, remanu-
factured in '07, 48V,
loaded new cond.
new cond. Was
$6,300 now $2,800.
352-459-1353
YAMAHA NEW '10.
Gas, 4/8 yr. warranty.
$4988. If you buy any-
where else We both
lose! 352-793-3948
or 813-477-0050


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Contact:
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Phone: (352) 365-8254
FAX: (352) 365-1951
E-mail: cjrisak@dailycommercial.com


Friday, September 24, 2010


Daily Commercial/South Lake Press


C SECTION


ALL VILLAGE REALTY



Fantastic landscaping and

great views, all at a low price


This home features four bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a pool, all on a 5-acre fenced lot.


ROYAL HARBOR



Mint-condition home has


a huge garage/work area


This stately, mini-estate comes with
lush landscaping and a tree-lined
driveway that features a water foun-
tain in a circular design. It's a quiet
and peaceful area, elevated perfectly
for viewing the breathtaking sunsets.
This four-bedroom, 2.5-bath home has
been renovated throughout, and is
tastefully and elegantly decorated all
within the more than 1,900 square-
foot living area. Another remarkable
feature are the bamboo wood floors,
everywhere with the exception of the


bedrooms, which have carpet. The
open floor plan includes vaulted ceil-
ings and French doors off the living
room that lead to the pool area, mak-
ing it a perfect setting for entertaining
on the 35x31-foot lanai-pool area.
The kitchen features Corian counter
tops and a one-piece sink. There's a
large master suite with bath. All of
this is located on a 5-acre fenced lot,
which is wonderful for privacy. Cost is
$295,000. Call Betty Salas for a view-
ing at 352-753-9828.


An absolutely immaculate home that
comes with a beautiful brick stucco exterior
and a three-plus car garage that has 1,050
square feet in space and is fit for a king. To
see it is to believe it totally organized
with pegboard, work counters and a room
for all your toys. Built in 2003 and in mint
condition, this Langley II has a separate liv-
ing room/sitting room or den, a great room,
a dining area and an open kitchen with a
large breakfast nook. The kitchen features
42" cabinets, beveled-edged countertops, a
gas stove, a breakfast bar and a closet pantry.
The three sets of doors (from master, great
room and breakfast nook) lead to a fully-


enclosed carpeted lanai with glass windows
- a perfect spot to sit back relax and enjoy
your morning coffee or quiet evenings. The
master suite is a nice size with a transom
window over the bed and a large walk-in
closet. The master bath has a garden tub
with a separate shower and two sinks. The
washer and dryer stay. It's all in a great
gated community with a pool, fitness and
recreation area, tennis, gazebo on Lake
Harris and a storage facility for your
RV/boat. Just listed at $227,500. Call
Carole Thompsonat 267-0064 or Cindy
Wheeler at 255-6032.


Home built in 2003 has a three-plus car garage with more than 1,000 square feet of space.


MORRIS REALTY AND INVESTMENTS


A 5-acre property offers


a custom-built home


This home has three bedrooms, two baths with an open floor plan.


What an incredible opportunity 5 acres
of property right outside The Villages. There
is plenty of room to grow on this 5-acre prop-
erty with a custom home built in 2004.
Expand your horizons with this immaculate
block/stucco, three-bedroom, two-bath home
with an open, split floor plan, vaulted ceil-
ings and plenty of storage space. There are no
direct neighbors, yet it's within minutes to
shopping, theaters, restaurants and hospitals.
Take a stroll across the acreage for some love-
ly water views of Spring Lake. Or, if the five
acres is too much property, the parcel can be
easily subdivided and developed into two
units per acre.


Bring the horses and animals and enjoy
the country feel of spaciousness, while being
so close to so many amenities. The side-entry
garage helps you conceal your most "pre-
cious" items. There are no deed restrictions,
so bring all of your toys (boats, RVs, campers,
etc.). This won't last long at this price.
Sellers are willing to consider lease/pur-
chase to qualified buyers contact the list-
ing agent today to see if you qualify.
This is aggressively priced at $199,900.
Call Julie Riegler at Morris Realty and
Investments for your personal tour today at
352-408-3939, or visit
www.JulieSellsGlobal.com.


FOUR STAR

352-365-0221


LARGE PALM HARBOR WITH
2 MASTER SUITES!
Located in Spanish Village, a Five Star 55+ community
with tons of amenities including a pool, lots of activities,
and a golf course. Fireplace, huge living room and new
laminate flooring in the kitchen and dining area. Very nice
screen room that leads into a utility room and a "golf cart
garage". Beautiful fruit trees! Home also includes a 1 year
Home Warranty. LB5725.

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PROPERTY TRANSFERS

Virgil L Bell Tr and Bell Living Magnolia Park Ph III, $0. Summer Bay Partnership to P E P t a l k
Trust to Fruitland Park Land Rajkumarie Nettles to Oswaldo Felippe Da Silva Jr
Company LLC, Pt Lts 5, 6 BIk Ronnie P Nettles, Lt 12 and Marcia Maria Saraiva
23 Map of F H Whitneys Sub Fairview Ests, $122,000. Suzano, Un 503 304 Wk 46 Free Homebuyer dream home dong se rome dealing orn,
Etc., $60,000.Sum y Pt nri pt Sum I oo 1. just love seeing what's new in home design,
Virg n ii Summer Bay Partnership to Summer Isles Condo I, Education Workshon at construction and dcor, you'll find it all at
Virgil L Bell Tr and Bell Living Darlene Francine Cooper, Un $21,000. ucaio Workshop at the Hammers & Home Show.
Trust to Fruitland Park Land 502 207 Wk 47 Summer Isles Summer Bay Partnership to COoper Memorial Library This fun and informative event is free and
Company LLC, Pt Lt 5 BIk 23 Condo I, $5,920. Petra Alvarado Un 503 404 Wk Coopl y open to the public. Meet the home profes-
Map of F H Whitneys Sub' Summer Bay Partnership to 41 Summer Isles Condo I, CLERMONT Learn to be an informed sionals who can make your dreams come
$45,000. Lawrence S Jackson and Ethel $31,110. homebuyer at this workshop, If you've been true and enter to win a $500 cash drawing
Anthony L Chiocchi Jr to Michelle Jackson, Un 503 404 Clifton D Andrews and dreaming of owning your own home. for those 18 or older.
Anthony L Chiocchi Jr and Wk 39 Summer Isles Condo I, Susan M Andrews to Hans The workshop will take you through the Live demonstrations will be ongoing
Lance R Leviner Joint $24,990. process of making it a reality, 9 a.m. to 5:30 throughout the day, and the Future Builders
Revocable Inter Vivos Trusts, Summer Bay Partnership t Monahan and Kelly Owensby, p.m., Cooper Memorial Library, Clermont, of America students from Leesburg and
Lance R LevinerTr and Summer Bay Partnership to Pt Lt 8 WWednesday, Sept. 29, room 108. Tavares High Schools will be selling hand-
Anthony L Chiocchi Jr Tr, Lt 2 Lawrence S Jackson and Ethel Addition, $800. Reservations can be made by calling 1- crafted birdhouses. Proceeds from the sale of
Pt Lt 3 Lakeview Ct, $10. Michelle Amparo Gonzalez and Jerry 800-251-2227. these "one of a kind" custom houses will
Elsa Vargas and Elsa V Susan M Andrews and Colon to Summer Bay For information contact Dennis Smolarek, benefit class projects at both schools.
Vargas to Lee Jean Krajcir and Clifton D Andrews to Hans Partnership, Un 107 101 Per 536-2275 at the library. Non-perishable food is also being collected
Lanny r Krajcir Lt 10 Lost Lk Tr Monahan Lt 6 Woody Acres, 34 Villas at Summer Bay, for donation to a local food pantry.
F, $139,000. $160,000. $9,500. For information about the show or to pur-
Gary D Phillips Ind and Tr, Summer Bay Partnership to Alba L Rodriguez to This home show has chase a booth, call the HBA office at 343-
Elizabeth B Phillips Ind and Tr Maria Loredo Solis and Saul Summer Bay Partnership, Un A n liv 7101.
and Phillips Family Revocable Soils, Un 108 312 wk 40 105 104 Per 39 Villas at design, d cor, live The Home Builders Association of Lake-
Living TrusttoHayden K Hale Summer Isles ondo I Summer Bay, $11,356.43. dnstratins and a Sumter, formed in 1973, is a trade organiza-
and Betty Hale, 2-18-26, $11,300. y demonstration and nation representing 230 member businesses.
$95,000. Summer Bay Partnership to Gregory J Cecere to c The HBA provides legislative advocacy, inter-
Silvia Faisca De Rodrigues Lezli Renee Bertleson, Un 401 Summer Bay Partnership, Un cash prize acts with local governmental agencies, con-
to Christian Joaquin 204 Wk 9 Summer Bay Resort 108 111 Per 33 Summer Isles TAVARES The Home Builders ducts continuing education programs for its
Rodrigues and Maria Del Condo III, $15,890. Condo I, $9,810. Association of Lake and Sumter Counties membership, and supports Future Builders of
Huerto Talasek Rodrigues, 30- Summer Bay Partnership to Ingrid June Clark and Coy (HBA) is hosting the "Hammers & Home America chapters and scholarship opportu-
17-27, $10. Jerry Colon, Arianna M Colon Christian Clark and Summer Show," 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, October nities. The HBA is the local affiliate of the
Thomas Butterworth and and Amparo Gonzalez, Un 406 Bay Partnership, Un 108 304 2, Main Street Receptions in downtown National Association of Builders (NAHB) and
Stacy L Butterworth to 201 Wk 15 Summer Isles Per 13 Summer Isles Condo I, Leesburg. the Florida Association of Home Builders
Thomas Butterworth, Lt 179 Condo I, $18,200. $10,753.87. Whether you're planning to build your (FHB).


REAL ESTATE NEWS


Orlando homes sales increase as
affordability hits all-time high
ORLANDO Members of the Orlando Regional REAL-
TOR@ Association reported completed sales on 2,429 homes
in August, which is a 10.91 percent increase over the August
2009 mark of 2,109. To date, Orlando area home sales are up
36.12 percent over this time in 2009.
"As expected, sales have been softer following the expira-
tion of the homebuyer tax credit, "explains ORRA Chairman
of the Board Kathleen Gallagher Mclver, RE/MAX Town &
Country Realty. "However, since May, the number of new
contracts has continued to climb as consumers take advan-
tage of record-low mortgage rates and historically high hous-
ing affordability."
The number of new contracts filed in August 2010 (3,892)
represents an increase of 17.09 percent more than were filed
in August 2009 (3,324). The area's pending sales statistic,
also an indicator of future sales activity, is likewise remain-
ing at a record high with 8.60 percent more homes (8,945)
under contract and awaiting closing in August of this year
than in August of last year (8,237).
The median price of all existing homes combined sold in
August 2010 decreased 21.95 percent to $99,900 from the
$128,000 recorded in August 2009. August 2010's median
price is a decrease of 8.10 percent compared to July 2010's
median of $108,700.
"With foreclosures and short sales dominating the market,
the median price continues to be lowered," says Gallagher
Mclver. "Plus, the rise in popularity of lower-priced condo-
miniums has put additional downward pressure on prices."
Gallagher Mclver adds that one in four home sales during
the month of August was a condo sale, and the median
price for all August condo sales was $44,000.
The median price for "normal" sales is $165,900 (down
5.20 percent from last month's $175,000). The median price
for bank-owned sales is $70,000 (down 2.78 percent from
last month's $72,000), and the median price for short sales is
$100,000 (down from last month's $116,000).
Of the 2,429 sales in August, 691 "normal" sales account-
ed for 28.45 percent of all sales, while 1,187 bank-owned
and 551 short sales made up 71.55 percent.
The Orlando affordability index increased to 270.30 per-
cent in August. (An affordability index of 99 percent means
that buyers earning the state-reported median income are 1
percent short of the income necessary to purchase a median-
priced home. Conversely, an affordability index that is over
100 means that median-income earners make more than is
necessary to qualify for a median-priced home.) Buyers who
earn the reported median income of $53,219 can qualify to
purchase one of 9,932 homes in Orange and Seminole coun-
ties currently listed in the local multiple listing service for
$270,031 or less.
First-time homebuyer affordability in August increased to
192.21 percent. First-time buyers who earn the reported
median income of $36,189 can qualify to purchase one of
6,885 homes in Orange and Seminole counties currently list-
ed in the local multiple listing service for $163,219 or less.
Homes of all types spent an average of 84 days on the
market before coming under contract in August 2010, and
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August to 4.61 percent.
Inventory
There are currently 16,535 homes available for purchase
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July 2010, which means that 28 more homes exited the mar-
ket than entered the market. The August 2010 inventory
level is 1.06 percent lower than it was in August 2009
(16,361). The current pace of sales translates into 6.81
months of supply; August 2009 recorded 7.47 months of
supply.
There are 12,769 single-family homes currently listed in
the MLS, a number that is 859 (7.21 percent) more than in
August of last year. Condos currently make up 2,342 offer-
ings in the MLS, while duplexes/town homes/villas make up
the remaining 1,424.
Condos and Town Homes/DuplexesNillas
The sales of condos in the Orlando area increased by
43.28 percent in August when compared to August of 2009
and increased by 5.89 percent compared to July of this year.
To date, condo sales are up 74.09 percent (4,596 condos sold
to date in 2010, compared to 2,640 by this time in 2009).
The most (361) condos in a single price category that
changed hands in August were yet again in the $1-$50,000
price range, which accounted for 57.39 percent of all condo
sales.
Orlando homebuyers purchased 208 duplexes, town
homes, and villas in August 2010, which is a 1.96 percent
increase from August 2009 when 204 of these alternative
housing types were purchased.
MSA Numbers
Sales of existing homes within the entire Orlando MSA
(Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties) in August
were up by 5.32 percent when compared to August of 2009.
Throughout the MSA, 2,968 homes were sold in August
2010 compared with 2,818 in August 2009.
To date, sales throughout the MSA are 28.72 percent above
this time in 2009 with 24,127 homes exchanging hands
compared to 18,744. Each individual county's year-to-date
sales comparisons are as follows:
Lake: 14.22 percent above 2009 (2,923 homes sold to date
in 2010 compared to 2,559 in 2009).
Orange: 31.86 percent above 2009 (13,045 homes sold to
date in 2010 compared to 9,893 in 2009).
Osceola: 18.09 percent above 2009 (4,223 homes sold to
date in 2010 compared to 3,576 in 2009).
Seminole: 44.92 percent above 2009 (3,936 sold to date in
2010 compared to 2,716 in 2009).
For detailed statistical reports, please visit
www.orlrealtor.com and click on "Housing Statistics" on the
top menu bar. This representation is based in whole or in
part on data supplied by the Orlando Regional REALTOR@
Association or its Multiple Listing Service (MLS). Neither the
association nor its MLS guarantees or is in any way responsi-
ble for its accuracy. Data maintained by the association or its
MLS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market.
Due to late closings, an adjustment is necessary to record
those closings posted after our reporting date.
ORRA REALTOR sales, referred to as there market, rep-
resent all sales by members of the Orlando Regional REAL-
TOR@ Association, not necessarily those sales strictly in
Orange and Seminole counties. Note that statistics released
each month may be revised in the future as new data is
received.
Orlando MSA numbers reflect sales of homes located in
Orange, Seminole, Osceola, and Lake counties by members
of any Realtor@ association, not just members of ORRA.

Mercantile Capital Corporation
announces lowest rate ever for
Small Business Administration's
504 Loan Program
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS Mercantile Capital Corporation
has announced a new milestone for the Small Business
Administration's 504 Loan Program, the all-time lowest
interest rate of 4.62 percent for a 20-year fixed rate loan.
Business owners, who are looking for capital to invest in
their businesses, have an opportunity to borrow money at
never before seen rates.
"With this rate, the SBA is giving business owners an
incredible incentive to purchase buildings and equipment
and invest in their businesses," said Chris Hum, CEO of
commercial lender Mercantile Capital Corporation. "We
applaud the move by the agency and hope this spark helps
ignite the recovery in the small business sector."
An SBA 504 loan is obtained in conjunction with a certi-
fied development company (CDC) and a private lender.
Designed for owner-occupied commercial real estate, the
loans can also be used to purchase owner-occupied commer-
cial real estate and new equipment. The program helps pro-
mote job growth within communities.
The loan program enables small business owners to pur-


chase commercial real estate at long-term, fixed-rates while
typically only requiring a 10 percent down payment. The
CDC lends 40 percent of the loan at a below market, fixed-
interest rate provided by the SBA, and the private lender
lends the remaining 50 percent at very competitive rates.
"We hope that small business owners take advantage of
these interest rates to invest in their businesses, expand their
operations and create jobs," added Hum.
A former member of the Inc. 500 list, Mercantile Capital
Corporation (MCC) has been called the "Fastest Growing
Commercial Lender in America," the "most unique and
entrepreneurial bankers around," and the "fun bankers."
From its start in late 2002, MCC has focused on providing
SBA 504 loans for small business owners to acquire or
enhance their own facilities. The company was named "Best
Place to Work" by the Orlando Business Journal in 2009,
2007, 2006 and 2005.
Additional information on MCC and its loans for owners
of small and mid-size businesses is available by calling 866-
622-4504 or visit www.504Experts.com.

Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida
wins new assignment portfolio of
four properties totaling more than
350,000 square feet
ORLANDO Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida was
recently assigned a new portfolio owned by Denholtz
Associates of New Jersey.
Jeff Sweeney, SIOR, president at Grubb & EllislCommercial
Florida, said the portfolio includes four commercial real
estate properties representing more than 350,000 square feet
of office and flex space in located in Orange County, Florida.
Sweeney said associates Mike Davis and Eric Penaranda of
the Orlando office of Grubb & EllislCommercial Florida will
be representing the four properties.
Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida is an affiliated commer-
cial real estate services firm specializing in the leasing and
sale of office, industrial, retail, land and investment proper-
ties. Currently Grubb & Ellis/Commercial Florida has 45 bro-
kers divided among its Orlando, Melbourne and Tampa
offices to serve the entire mid-Florida marketplace.
For more information visit www.grubb-ellis.com.

Luxury home specialist at Stirling
Sotheby's International Realty
awarded International Designation
by National Assn. of Realtors
LAKE MARY Luxury home specialist at Stirling Sotheby's
International Realty's Heathrow/Lake Mary office will be
awarded the Certified International Property Specialist
(CIPS) designation.
Roger Soderstrom, founder and owner of Stirling Sotheby's
International Realty, said Maggie DeGennaro, who recently
fulfilled the educational requirements of the National
Association of Realtors, will be individually recognized by
the organization at the 2010 Realtors Conference & Expo
November 6 in New Orleans.
Soderstrom said the designation qualifies DeGennaro as a
specialist in international and overseas transactions, includ-
ing cultural and historical elements of the clients' regions
and marketing properties and services.
For more information call 407-581-7890.

NAI Realvest negotiates $215,000
sale of 1-plus acre industrial site in
Orlando
ORLANDO NAI Realvest recently negotiated the sale of a
1.08 acre industrial site located at 1265 Spruce Ave., off of
Orange Avenue (CR 527) and the Beachline Expressway (S.R.
528) in Orlando.
George Viele, associate at the firm, negotiated the transac-
tion representing the seller, CVM 1 REO, LLC of Fairport,
NY. Orlando investor Imran Shahid purchased the property
for $215,000.
NAI Realvest, covering all of Central Florida, is a fully inte-
grated commercial real estate operating company specializ-
ing in brokerage, development, investment, leasing and
management, consulting and research services in the U.S.
and worldwide. NAI Global is an international commercial
real estate network with over 325 offices spanning the globe.
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LOCATION: 524 Old Colony Road, Leesburg FEATURES:
3BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $33,700 SELLING PRICE: $33,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Alice Ristine & Rosemarie
Dowell,, ERA Tom Grizzard SELLING AGENT & OFFICE:
Joan Defoe, Morris Realty & Invesstments.


LOCATION: 6025 Hunters Ridge Ave FEATURES: 3BR/2BA LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR/2BA,
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Realty Center. Realty.


LOCATION: Lady Lake FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, many extras.
LISTING PRICE: $179,900 SELLING PRICE: $160,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Julie Taylor, ERA Tom Grizzard,
Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Julie Taylor, ERA Tom
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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, Inc.


LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 1,927 sq. ft.
LISTING PRICE: $244,900 SELLING PRICE: $185,000
LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Doug DuVarney & Richard
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Doug DuVarney, ERA Tom Grizzard.


LOCATION: 33835 Overton Drive, Leesburg. FEATURES: LOCATION: 21928 Royal St. Georges Lane, Leesburg. LISTING
4BR/2.5BA LISTING PRICE: $245,000 SELLING PRICE: PRICE: $150,000 SELLING PRICE: $145,000 LISTING AGENT
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PROPERTY TRANSFERS


LOCATION: Tavares FEATURES: 4BR/2.5BA, potential 5th LOCATION: 707 Drew Ave, Clermont FEATURES: 3BR/2BA,
bedroom. LISTING PRICE: $130,410 SELLING PRICE: townhome, lake view LISTING PRICE: $31,900 SELLING
$104,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Dana Hall-Bradley, PRICE: $34,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Myra Paxton,
Century 21. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Misty Noland, ERA Micki Blackburn Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Pat
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LOCATION: Plantation at Leesburg FEATURES: 2BR/2BA,
fenced villa. LISTING PRICE: $103,000 SELLING PRICE:
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LOCATION: 96 Twin Lake Circle Umatilla FEATURES:
2BR/2BA 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: 16524 Magnolia Terrace, Montverde FEATURES: LOCATION: Oxford FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, 2,034sq. ft.
4BR/3BA, 2,804 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $237,200 SELLING LISTING PRICE: $325,000 SELLING PRICE: $225.000
PRICE: $235,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Steve LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Carole Thompson, ERA Tom
Misciagno, Watson Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Lori Grizzard. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Norquy Pagan, Davis
Rios, Blue Pearl Realty. Real Estate Group.


LOCATION: Greater Hills, Clermont FEATURES: 3BR/2BA, LOCATION: 11642 Lake Dr. FEATURES: 3BR/2BA LISTING
1,270 sq. ft. LISTING PRICE: $129,500 SELLING PRICE: PRICE: $117,900 SELLING PRICE: $116,000 LISTING AGENT
$119,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kris Persaud, Watson & OFFICE: Jarene Mathias, Remax RealtY. SELLING AGENT
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LOCATION: 2817 Churchill Downs FEATURES: 3BR/2BA,
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