South Lake press


Material Information

South Lake press
Physical Description:
Publication Date:


newspaper   ( sobekcm )

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID:

This item is only available as the following downloads:

Full Text


ROXANNE BROWN Staff Writerroxannebrown@dailycommercial.comYears ago, Brandon Lar racuentes goals involved a bat, a ball and dreams of making it to the Big League. Today, Larracuentes goal still involves making it to the show, but instead of baseball, hes hoping to become a Hollywood star. Larracuente, now 18, called the choice a hard one. I was playing baseball and acting in plays throughout the community, he said. I was embarrassed by the acting, however, so not too many people knew I was even into that. But it was becoming harder and harder to juggle both and do both well. In my senior year in high school, I wanted to play baseball. I also wanted to pursue an acting career, so I had to make a choice. After weighing his options, he knew he had to take a gamble. I like baseball but I liked acting more, he said. At rst I thought, Maybe I can balance baseball and acting, but inside, I knew I couldnt. I knew I had to pick one and I cried when I decided to quit baseball. After focusing his efforts solely on acting, Larracuente began seeing results. Already, he has landed a recurring role in a show on Nickelodeon and another in an upcoming movie. Hard work is the key, Lar racuente recently told students taking acting and musical theater classes at East Ridge High School. Start building your resume by taking parts, even if they are small ones in high school shows, community theaters, commer cials, everything, he said. Thats what Larracuente did, rfnttbnntttbf OCTOBER 12thBENEFIT FOR SOUTH LAKE HOSPITAL MAMMOGRAM FUND Phone: 352-326-2623LEARN TO RIDE!Stop over to Beef 'O' Brady's WED BIKE NIGHT best in Lake County! OCTOBER 6thSTARTS @ 12:00 SHARP BIKER BINGOFOR HOSPICE SEE PAGE B3 REMEMBER WHEN | B1 SPORTS: Masoline rings up 462 yards total offensePRSRT-STD U.S. Postage Paid Clermont, FL Permit #280 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2013 50 NEWST AND INSIDE CLASSIFIED B5 CROSSWORDS B2 DEATHS A7 REAL ESTATE C1 REMEMBER WHEN B1 SPORTS B3 VOICES A4 WORD ON THE STREET A2SOUTH LAKE PRESSV OLUME 98, NO. 40 | 3 SECTIOn N S 2008, H arborPoint Media All rights reservedwww. Postal Customer Clermont, FL 34711 Staff ReportThe South Lake Press is celebrating 100 years during 2013. The ofcial celebration is Dec. 18. Recently, you may have noticed a change in our publication day. As of Sept. 18, the news paper started publishing on Wednesday. The earlier publication allows us to get the news out sooner, and provide advertisers three more days to promote their products and services before the weekend. Additionally, Wednesday has become the food day for many newspapers national ly. And retailers are better positioning them selves by marketing their messages to the consumer earlier in the week in addition to the traditional Sunday paper. The Daily Commercial will continue to publish seven days a week. Our printed products will be driven by our digital focus, Kevin Austin, vice president of advertising for the Daily Commercial and South Lake Press, said. More than ever, were moving to become a digital-rst company. Today, we know our print products con tinue to grow, but we know times are chang ing and we have to reorganize operations to emphasize online news with advertising and meet the demand. The move comes as the newspapers par ent company, HarborPoint Media, has entered into a letter of intent pursuant to which Halifax Media Group of Daytona Beach would acquire the assets of HarborPoint, principally the Daily Commercial of Leesburg, the News-Sun of Sebring, and the South Lake Press of Clermont. This is about building from a position we are today, which from an audience stand point is a position of strength, Austin said. This is a deliberate strategy, not a reaction to something. The South Lake Press or The Clermont Clarion rst published in 1913. It will be continue to be delivered to subscribers and direct mailed. You can view a portion of the electronic edi tion of the paper at The South Lake Press now delivers to 20,000 homes weekly, up 5,000 copies, which we added back in July, Austin said. Austin realizes some subscribers who have a habit of reading the news on Friday will not like the change. But he said many will like the changes. Were going to continue to provide an ex cellent printed product, said Austin. Read ers will still get quality news reporting, but what were going to continue our focus on de veloping incredible digital products for the future.South Lake Press moves to Wednesday Staff reportThe second annual Unity in the Community Fest is set to take over Clermonts Waterfront Park. The event, scheduled for Saturday, boasts free parking and free admission with activities for patrons of all ages. Unity in the Communi ty will feature more than 100 business and food vendors, live entertainment, includ ing performances by Chris tian recording artists Whit ney Lynn and Eva Kroon Pike, teen sensation Felicity, plus music by 1031 Band, Brianna, and the Better Life Worship Band. The kids zone features inatables, games, arts and crafts and face painting. Dur ing the event, Lake County Schools students will display an art exhibit in the Highlander Hut. This festival serves three purposes, said Event Coor dinator Pastor Jimmy Williams of Better Life Worship Center in Clermont, one of the events hosts. First, its a great free event for local fam ilies to enjoy. Second, it pro motes community-wide uni ty by bringing together lots of different churches, organizations and businesses. Finally, we use the proceeds to help feed local needy families. According to Williams, it was that goal of feeding the hungry that inspired event organizers to partner with another local charity for the addition of the Buses CLERMONTUnity in the Community Fest set for SaturdaySEE EVENT | A2 ROXANNE BROWN / DAILY COMMERCIALBrandon Larracuente, an aspiring actor from Clermont, visited East Ridge High School last week to speak with students of the schools drama and musical theater classes about things hes learned and wished he had been told about in his journey to an acting career. CLERMONT Teen actor gaining momentumSEE ACTOR | A3In my senior year in high school, I wanted to play baseball. I also wanted to pursue an acting career, so I had to make a choice.Brandon Larracuente


A2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013n Backpacks 8K/5K/ Fun Run to kick-off this years festival. This partnership is a perfect example of the type of unity that can really make a difference right here in Lake Coun ty, Williams said. Buses n Backpacks is a non-prot organiza tion that works with 16 local schools to provide food to over 500 children in need every week. Pro ceeds from the run will help Program Direc tor, Tandy Hammond and her team to expand their efforts to help even more hungry kids. We are blessed to have the support of some great local businesses for our rst ever benet run, now we need anyone who can run, walk or crawl to register and we encour age team participation for those interested, Hammond said., The Miles for Meals 8K, presented by Du bois Motors, and the Run With The Moos 5K, pre sented by Chick-l-A, will run simultaneously at 7:30 a.m. The free kids fun run, compliments of Bella Collina, will start promptly at 8:15 a.m. Medal presentations will immediately follow the run and will lead into the Unity in the Commu nity opening ceremony at 9 am. The festival will conclude at 3 p.m. For information about the festival, go to unity-2013, or nd it on Facebook at community. For information about the run, go to www.bus To register for the run, go to under Buses n Backpacks 8K/5K. 352-394-8228Ron Becker, Director $675 CLERMONT Pastfinders group to host open house on SaturdayThe Pastnders group of South Lake Genealogical Society will host an open house, from 9 / a.m. to 1 / p.m., Saturday, at the Cooper Memorial Library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont. If you have thoughts about chronicling your family history and need help getting started, this group can help show you where to look and how to record your ndings. For information, call 352-242-9805.CLERMONT Lakeridge Winery to host vintage car showLakeridge Winerys annual Vintage Venture car show will take place Saturday and Sunday with two days of outdoor fun featuring live 50s and 60s music, a vintage car show, award-win ning Lakeridge wines, tours and more. Hours are from 10 / a.m. to 5 / p.m., Saturday, and from 11 / a.m. to 5 / p.m., Sunday. A $2 donation will be accepted at the gate to benet the Mustard Seed of Central Florida. Parking is free for all guests. Registration to participate in the car show is from 9 / a.m. to 11 / a.m., Saturday, and 10 / a.m. to noon, Sunday, and is open to all cars prior to 1979. Preregistration is $3 and will be $5 the day of the event. For information, call 352-394-8627, or go to Biker Bingo for Hospice event scheduled for SundayThe Biker Bingo for Hospice event on Sunday at Stormy Hill HarleyDavidson, 2480 S. U.S. Highway 27, in Clermont begins at noon. Doors open at 10 / a.m., where guests can enjoy refreshments and a wine tasting event with the wines from Lakeridge Winery, plus a few specialty vendors. Bingo event proceeds will benet Hospice and volunteers will be on hand to make sure everyone is having fun time. For information, go to www.stormy, or call 352-243-7111.MINNEOLA Read for the Record set for Thursday at libraryThe Minneola Schoolhouse Library will take part in Jumpstarts annual Read for the Record event from 10:30 to 11:30 / a.m., Thursday, where children are invited to join us at the library to read out loud and be counted and added to those across the country attending read aloud gatherings. This years book, which shows the value of friendship, is Otis by Loren Long. For information, call 352-432-3967.CLERMONT Garden club to host series of free events beginning SaturdayThe Clermont Garden Club is inviting the public to a series of free lectures and demonstrations taking place on the rst Saturdays in October, November, January, February and March at the club, 849 West Ave., near downtown Clermont. The rst program, Five Friendly Herbs of Florida, will be presented by Karen Kennen, president of the Clermont Garden Club, at 10 / a.m., Saturday. Refreshments will be served featur ing herb-laced delicacies, and recipes will be available. For information about the group, go to Montverde Academy forms alumni associationThe new formed Montverde Academy Alumni Association, and its membership, is free to all MVA alumni regardless of whether or not they graduated and will maintain alumni correspondence and relationships. Opening on Sept. 23, 1912, the Montverde Industrial School was formed to educate children from families of limited means, and provide them with training for the heart, head and hand. For information, go to Area Briefs What South Lake residents are saying about ...FLU SHOTSWill you be receiving a u shot this year?No, because Im aller gic to eggs and never get it. My husband gets one ev ery year, however, and my daughter gives them actu ally, so my grand kids have all gotten one or are getting one too. GLENDA OCONNOR CLERMONT No, I havent gotten my u shot yet, but I plan to. When I remember, I always get it. When I was working, I didnt have to remember to go and do it, because the company would give them to all the employees on a specied day. SHARON KOWALSKI CLERMONT No, I havent gotten one and I wont be getting one because every time I do, I get deathly ill for the next two months. Im not kid ding. HARMON BIEHL CLERMONT No, because Ive seen people get sick too many times when they get the u shot. Im generally pretty healthy and I would like to stay that way so I stay away from it. MARY JO BIEHL CLERMONT Word on theStreet Missing your South Lake Press? Call us. To request home delivery or to report a missed paper,call 787-0600 or toll-free at 877-702-0600. More information about circulation on Page A4 COMMUNITY CALENDAR WEDNESDAY PINE RIDGE ELEMENTARY SAC MEETING: At 7 p.m. in the me -dia center. FRIDAYSOUTH LAKE HIGH SCHOOLS FFA CHAPTER HOSTS ANNUAL FUN N STUNT NIGHT: A fund -raiser for the chapter, at 7 p.m., in the school auditorium, 15600 Silver Eagle Road in Groveland. Admission is $2. For informa-tion, call 352-394-2100. SATURDAYLOW-COST PET VACCINATION CLINICS: From 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Clermont Equestrian, 750 Desoto St., call 352-242-1257. SUNDAY WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH, UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST HOST INTO THE LIGHT, ENDING THE SILENCE: 6 p.m., 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Road, Wind -ermere. A community-wide in -terfaith candlelight service to observe National Mental Illness Awareness week. Admission is free. Call the NAMI ofce at 407-253-1900, or go to www.winder for details. OCT. 13CONGREGATION SINAI KOL NI -DRE: At 10 a.m., 303A N. U.S. Highway 27 in Minneola. Ticket information at 352-243-5353. OCT. 18 FALL FUN DAY AT WINDERMERE UNION CHURCH PRESCHOOL: At 10710 Park Ridge-Gotha Road, from 4 to 7 p.m., including inat -ables, pony rides, face painting, food and vendors. Tickets are re -quired for each activity and will be on sale that day. Call 407-909-0464, or email Legends Golf and Country Club, on Legendary Blvd., off U.S. Highway 27, south of State Road 50 in Clermont is the ven ue for the 7th annual Clermont Kiwanis Oakley Seaver Memo rial Golf Tournament, Oct. 11, with a 1 / p.m. shotgun start. Last years Clermont Kiwanis Oakley Seaver Memorial Golf Tournament at Legends Golf and Country Club drew more than 120 participants, according Jay Scruggs, general manager at The Legends. For information or to register, call Hal Cummings at 352394-6098, or send an email to Golf and Country Club to host annual golf tournament Oct. 11 EVENT FROM PAGE A1


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A3 rfntb t407-877-6677Mattress Market of Florida rfnftbfnrfntbbb rfntb CALL TODAY 877-265-2510 FOCUSED SOLUTIONS INC. 262-210-0454PAINTING r FREE ESTIMATES www.gingerbreadinsurance.comHome Auto Collector Car Commercial 1640 East Hwy 50 Suite B Clermont, FL 34711fntbbt rrfn trfb frContact UsAccounting rf831 E. Myers (Hwy. 50)Groveland Mattress Market of FloridaWhere Quality Meets AffordabilityIf you have ever been to Mattress Market of Florida, located at 16129 SR 50 in the Green Roof buildings in Clermont, then you know they have a diverse and large inventory of top brand name mattresses and their quality home furnishing line is direct from Macys, Ashley Furniture and American Manufacturing. If you have ever bought from local owner, Danny, then you know he offers high-end merchandise at low end prices and his reputation is honest, fair and educated. Danny has more than twenty years experience in the industry, having started out in assembly at a mattress facility. He really knows what is in a mattress and how it is intended to last. Mattress Market of Florida offers three showrooms in one location. You may call and speak to Danny at 407.340.3751 / 407.877.6677 or visit the location Monday Saturday 10AM 7PM and Sundays closed. In any economy, affordable quality is a necessity and Danny has built his business to offer that daily, to the community. Twin mattress sets start at $99 and sofa & loveseat combos at only $589. Financing is available and no credit checks eliminate the hassle between your desire and purchase. Mattress Market of Florida also offers delivery, removal of your old mattress and set-up of your new one. If you have ever thought you would benefit from a quality mattress or wanted an upgrade to your living room or dining room furniture, stop in to Mattress Market of Florida and see how easy and attainable that can happen. More information is available at Se Habla Espaol. PROCEEDS AND ITEMS DONATED TO GO TO SUPPORT THE LESS-FORTUNATE CHILDREN DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON. ENTRY INTO FESTIVAL WILL BE A NEW UNWRAPPED TOY, NEW TO GENTLY USED CLOTHING, OR $2 DONATION FOR A DISCOUNT ACTIVITY WRISTBAND. CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER WILL BE FREEVENDOR SPACE AND SPONSORSHIPS STILL AVAILABLE PLEASE CONTACT AIMEE STANLEY AT AIMEEOPTIMAONE@GMAIL.COM OR 239-220-7271rfntb Friday, October 11, 20131:00 PM Shotgun Start Legends Golf & Country Club 1700 Legendary Blvd. Clermont, FloridaThe purpose of this Annual Memorial Golf Tournament will be to provide a major 4-year scholarship to a deserving high school senior who has made a significant contribution to his/her school activities and to the community a trait that emulates the life of Oakley Seaver. The late Oakley Seaver spent a lifetime giving his time, energy, and skills toward the Clermont Area. The youth of the community, and in particular their education and development, always had a special place in his heart.Available SponsorshipsTitle Sponsor $5000 Presenting Sponsor $3000 Meal Sponsor $1000 Putting contest Sponsor $1000 All In One Sponsor $600 Hole Sponsor $200 Souvenir Hole Flag Sponsor $300Contact InformationHarold Cummings 352-394-6098 or Kathy Scherer 407-234-8981 starting with roles such as Danny Zuko in a high school musical at Montverde Academy and as a baseball play er in a live theater show called All Stars, which was written and directed by local playwright Tom Kline with the Moonlight Players Theater in Clermont. Larracuente has also taken bit parts in a few commercials, including several for Universal Studios, Disney, Bealls and Belk. He worked as an extra in anything that came along, has appeared in at least 10 plays in New York, where his family used to live, and has even had bit parts in television shows such as The Glades on A&E and Every Witch Way on Nickelodeon. As much as he emphasized his successes, Larracuente also touched on the downside, such as having auditioned for a part in the TV series Vampire Diaries and not getting it. I started with extra work, and let me tell you, the pay wasnt good, but the more experience you get the better, he said. People treat you kinda bad sometimes, too, there are long nights and you dont get paid very well, but just go with it and be nice to everyone you meet along the way, because you never know when you might cross paths with them again. Nina Bethencourt, 14, a ninth grader in East Ridges musical theater program called Lar racuentes visit great. I am currently looking at agents and searching for one that I can grow with, she said. Any tips are helpful. Vince Santo and Jason Misner, the teachers for acting and musical theater at ERHS, led a question-and-answer session, and students began asking Lar racuente how to nd the right agent and when to take chances. Larracuente says he made many sacrices. Still, he remains on the deans list in school, is active in the student council as a student diplomat and with community service work in the area. I used to have a big social life, but ever since I started taking this seriously, for real, I found out that there is sometimes no time for that, he said. Ive missed many parties and times I normally would have hung out with and mess around with friends. I get frustrated but I just keep my eye on the prize in acting and in school. Santo said Lar racuentes visit was a good one because even though he tells his students the same things, they probably accept it better from one of their peers. Earlier this year, Lar racuente shot scenes for his role in Nicks Every Witch Way. He also was in Miami shooting scenes for the lm Last Vegas, star ring Robert De Niro and Morgan Freeman. In January, Lar racuente will go to Los Angeles to audition for one of the hundreds of television roles prior to the pilot season each year. He knows its a long shot, but hes keeping his ngers crossed for a role in The Walking Dead, Graceland or any series that could advance his career. Im paying for the trip myself and I know its a gamble, he said. There are no guarantees. If a book a role, Ill stay and if I dont Ill come back. Either way I plan to continue working towards my college degree in broadcast journalism and Ill keep on trying for the shows I want, he said. After all, who wouldve even thought I could have gone from doing plays in Cler mont to doing a movie with Robert De Niro? ACTOR FROM PAGE A1


A4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 YOUR EDITORIAL BOARDKEVIN AUSTIN . ........ VICE PRESIDENT of ADVERTISING GENE PACKWOOD . ................ EDITORIAL WHATS YOUR OPINION?The SOUTH LAKE PRESS invites you to write letters to the editor expressing your original thoughts on topics of public inter est. Letters should be no longer than 350 words. They must be original, signed with the full name of the writer, and include the writers address and telephone number for verication. We re serve the right to edit for length to make room for more letters. Letters also will be edited for grammar, clarity, taste and libel. We accept no more than two letters per month from the same writer. No open letters, form letters or copies of letters to third parties will be published. We do not publish unsigned letters. Submissions are not returned. We retain the right to archive and republish any material submitted for publication.You can submit your letters by:Email (preferred) to:southlakepress@dailycommercial.comBy regular mail to:Letters to the Editor 732 W. Montrose St. Clermont, FL 34711By fax to:352-394-8001EDITORIALSEditorials are the consensus opinion of the editorial board, not any individual. They are written by the editorial staff but are not signed. Local editorials are published Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.GUEST COLUMNSIf you would like to submit a guest column on a local, state or national issue, email your submission to southlakepress@, or mail it to Letters to Editor, 732 W. Montrose St., Clermont, FL 34711. Guest columns should be limited to 550 words in length. The writer also must submit a recent photograph to be published with the column, as well as a brief biographical sketch. If you know of a veteran living in Lake, Sumter or Marion counties whose name should be added to the Lake County Veterans Memorial, call 352-3142100, or go to www. CALLING ALL VETERANS SOUTH LAKE PRESSYour community newspaper for more than 94 years.732 W. Montrose St., P.O. Box 120868 Clermont, FL 34712-0868 352-394-2183 Fax: 352-394-8001The South Lake Press is published weekly by Har borPoint Media at 732 W. Montrose St., Clermont, Florida 34711. Standard mail postage (Permit #280) is paid at the United States Post Ofce, Clermont, FL 34711. The South Lake Press publishes every Wednesday, and serves 20,000 households in the South Lake County and Four Corners market area. This edition is directly mailed to 5,148 households in Clermont with home delivery to 14,852 households in Mascotte, Minneola, Groveland and the Four Corners area. The South Lake Press is mailed to subscribers and is also distributed at newsstand locations throughout the region.All material contained in this edition is property of HarborPoint Media, and is protected under the copy right laws of the United States of America. Reproduction is forbidden without written consent from the publisher. (Copyright 2005, HarborPoint Meida. All rights reserved.) DECISIONS, DECISIONS: Sometimes its the small one that have the biggest impactSome news stories just seem in signicant and unimportant on the surface. But behind legislative discussions sometimes lay substantial infor mation that may transform a city for the better. We believe Leesburg city commissioners made some changes that could reap big returns. The commission voted to modify the zoning of an industrial park near the Florida Turnpike to make it easier for companies on the 3,100-acre site. Duke Energy recently studied the site north of County Road 48 and east of the turnpike. The property is known as the Florida Energy and Aerospace Technology. Commissioners were asked to hire a South Carolina consulting rm, at a price not to exceed $29,500, to do a site evaluation and then certify the property ready for industrial development. Companies are not willing to wait for a community to nd an appropriate site and determine its suitability for development that due diligence needs to be done before the prospect comes calling, said McCallum Sweeney Consulting of Greenville in its proposal. The site is undeveloped except for a city wastewater treatment plant. Duke Energy, which has agreed to help market the property, said in its report the site would be ideal for com panies involved with aerospace, plastics, logistics/distribution and general machinery. Its the little decisions that sometimes have the longest reaching nancial impact on communities. Leesburg leaders made the right decision.OURVOICEOfficials make right decisionHow do I rate Barack Obamas presidency? Let me count the ways. 1) President Obama has never owned a business, not even a lemonade stand, nor has he managed a business. He has never cut a paycheck or paid unemployment taxes. He has been only in public service, code word for government job. Yet he purports to know how people should run their businesses. He does not. 2) President Obama has never served in the military. He has not endured boot camp or slept in a foxhole with bullets ying over his head. He does not understand military terminology, nor can he pronounce the terms. Awarding a brave Marine the Medal of Honor, our Commander-In-Chief three times in one statement, referred to the Marine Corpse. Dan Quayle could not spell potato. Obama fails the test as commander-in-chief. 3) President Obama has no former friends or girlfriends he can name from his college days. No one can remember him as ever being in one of their classes. He has sealed all of his theses and records from Occident and Harvard. No one knows anything about him before he sprouted on the stage at the Democratic Convention. He is the only president of these United States who has been shrouded in so much secrecy. At the post of the most powerful position in the world, he fails at being transparent and above board. 4) President Obama was not raised in America. Did he ever ride in a parade on his rst two-wheeler with training wheels and red, white, and blue streamers ying from the handle bars? Did he proudly watch old veterans with the VFW marching on Memorial Day in uniforms overused and too small? Does he remember the Fourth of July, reworks and hot dogs? In a foreign country, instead of being proud, he calls Amer ica arrogant. This is his legacy as a proud American, and he fails. A man with a resume like this is not a leader but is like the Emperor With No Clothes, surrounded by sycophants. Anita Hansen lives in Clermont LETTER of the WEEK How do I rate Barack Obamas presidency?FILE YOURVOICESLETTERS TO THE EDITOREthanol in gasoline will make engines run betterI am writing in regard to an ar ticle by Dale McFeatters on Sept. 9 about ethanol. I havent had a problem with nding, storing and using gasoline without ethanol. I have pur chased regular gas at Harris Oil on U.S. Highway 441 in Mount Dora. It is also available at Palm Gar dens on the north side of Dead River Bridge, on U.S. Highway 441 in Tavares, and probably anywhere you can buy boat gas. I used it in my riding lawnmower for several years without any problem, and stored it in a small 1 3/4 gallon gas can without any goo developing. Ethanol can be made from many other sources besides corn switch grass, tree bark, wood and others. The more ethanol we use, the less our dependence on foreign oil. Ethanol used in any large engine will make it run cooler, last longer, have more power and it also keeps the air cleaner, reducing pollution. I believe ethanol, on the whole, is worthwhile. JAM ES M. BUSH | LeesburgProperty association ignores residents requestI live in the Royal Highlands Property Owners Association, Inc. (RHPOA). Recently there was a dead rodent and biomass oating in the pool house next to me, and the stench was really bad on very hot days. The president of RHPOA and the property manager have ignored my emails on the subject. The rodent may be infected and a carrier of disease. As a retired scientist, I believe there could be a human health hazard from exposure to infectious disease such as plague, viruses, etc., to the elderly, persons with immune disorders, children visiting RHPOA, cancer patients such as myself and pets. Unmaintained and/or poorly maintained pools can carry naegleria fowleri, the rare brain-eating amoeba. How would you like to live next to this hazardous health situation and be ignored by the pr esident and property manager? RONALD E. NEY JR. | Leesburg


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A5 Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 8 amLake-Sumter State College GymEntry Fee: Join Us for a Early Morning Fun Run Around Silver LakeZumba WarmupT-ShirtVendor BoothsGoodie BagAwards CeremonyCostume Contest For more Information: Claudia Morris LSSC Foundation, Inc. 352.365.3539 Clermont model to appear on The Bachelor Clermont fashion model Amy Long will appear as a potential romantic interest on the ABC television show The Bachelor, when its new season airs on Jan. 6. Staff reportA 27-year-old fashion model from Clermont will appear as a potential romantic interest on the ABC television show The Bachelor when its new season airs Jan. 6, several entertainment industry websites are reporting. I have experience in a variety of media formats in cluding magazines, newspapers, and TV as well as at tend trade shows and expos, Amy Long said in her prole on the website The Bachelor is a reality television dating game show that debuted in 2002. The series revolves around a single bachelor and a pool of romantic in terests (typically 25), which could include a poten tial wife for the bachelor. The conicts in the series, both internal and external, stem from the elimina tion-style format of the show. Filming for the upcoming season has already be gun but the show releases little information that might give away any storylines prior to airing. However, ABC has said the bachelor for the 2014 season will be Juan Pablo Galavis, a former soccer player and single father. Long graduated from Florida State University in 2008 and was a member of Alpha Delta Pi, the web site states. That site, along with oth ers, identied her as being on the show. A tness buff, Long was a general assignment re porter for WCTV in Tallahassee before going into modeling full time, most recently for Body Glove swimwear.


A6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 rfntfbtnf rf rfntrbnrrrnntnb rrrrn rrnnrfnnrnnrnnnrnnnnn rfntbrfrfn rfntbrfrfnr tbr rfnfrf ntbff n r rfffnfntt bfftt ffbtfttffntbnfnbrfrtt n rfntbn r ffnt b f ffrf tb rfrrnt b bf b f f rfnftnbrbnrfn rfrntfbbbrrfrntfbbbrrfnt rf rfnfntbnf CLERMONT City fire department gets achievement award Staff reportThe Clermont Fire De partment was recently pre sented with a Life Safety Achievement Award for its re prevention accomplishments in 2012. The award was handed out by the National Association of State Fire Marshals Fire Re search and Education Foundation in partnership with Grinnell Mutual Reinsurance Company. When we hear the re truck coming down the street and see its lights, we know reghters are responding to someone in trouble. What we dont know is that these un sung heroes are doi ng a lot of things behind the scenes that save lives, said Alan Clark, assistant vice presi dent of Special Investigations at Grinnell Mutual. The Life Safety Achievement Award recognizes re departments for their re prevention programs that have been proven to save lives year after year. Since 1994, the Life Safety Achievement Award has recognized local re prevention efforts that have contribut ed to reducing the number of lives lost in residential res. Clermont Fire Department is one of 117 re departments across the United States to re ceive the award this year for recording zero re deaths in 2012 or reducing re deaths by at least 10 percent during the year. In addition, award recipi ents documented active and effective re prevention pro grams as well as a clear com mitment to reducing the number of house res in the community. Although residential res in the U.S. account for only 20 percent of all res, they result in 80 percent of all re deaths. The NASFM Fire Research and Education Foundation is committed to reducing that number. Experience tells us that re prevention activity and public education can signi cantly reduce life and proper ty loss from residential res, Degnan said. Prevention and education are very cost effective com pared to the traditional ap proach of relying on re sup pression.


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A7 Call 352-989-5924 to Place Your OrderCorellis Italian Restaurant"Our Food Speaks For Itself" Pizza Special!18" Xtra Large Cheese Pizza $9.99Add 10 Wings for $4.99Chicken Parmw/side of pasta $6.99Includes Fresh Salad & Delicious Garlic KnotsKids Eat FREE Monday(kids menu only, 10 & under)Ask about our Shrimp Scampi Ravioli a delicious dish youve never tasted before Try our Stuffed Zeppoli's w/Cannoli Cream $5.99 for 6Homemade Mini Cannoli's $1.49 DAMAGE PREVENTION NOTICEFeel free to call our office if you have any questions regarding this notice:This public notice is published in accordance with, and as required by, the Department of Transportation, Code of Federal Regulations. Please call Sunshine State One Call at 8-1-1 to locate your gas service 48 hours before digging or having a contractor dig in your yard or near natural gas lines. This service will be performed at no cost to you.Lake Apopka Natural Gas District Orange County407-656-2734 Lake County352-394-3480 PROVIDED PHOTOSouth Lake High School principal Rob McCue is the latest recipient of the South Lake Chamber of Commerces Gem of the Hills award. SOUTH LAKE HIGH | GEM OF THE HILLS SEIZETHE DA Y SLOCAL DEATH NOTICESReverend Willie AndersonReverend Willie Anderson, 91, of Leesburg, died Thursday, September 26, 2013. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral Home, Inc.Doris P. BanksDoris P. Banks, 84, of Leesburg, died Wednesday, September 25, 2013. Page-Theus Funerals & Cremations.William C. CramerWilliam C. Cramer, 102, of Fruitland Park, died Sunday, September 22, 2013. Beyers Funeral Home and Crema tory.James R. DunnJames R. Dunn, 82, of Eustis, died Friday, September 27, 2013. Hard en/Pauli Funeral Home.Patricia A. EvansPatricia A. Evans, 81, of Coleman, died Monday, September 23, 2013. Banks/PageTheus Funerals and Cremations.Patsy Gail GreenPatsy Gail Green, 73, of Milton, died Thursday, September 26, 2013. Banks/Page-Theus Funerals and Cremations.Harvey W. HowellHarvey W. Howell, 84, of Leesburg, died Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013. Page-Theus Funerals and Cremations, Leesburg.Eugene Lee JenkinsEugene Lee Jenkins, 81, of Leesburg, died Thursday, September 26, 2013. Page-Theus Funerals & Cremations.Thomas James Payne, Sr.Thomas James Payne, Sr., 78, of Lakeland, died Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Banks/PageTheus Funerals & Cremations.Lewis A. TaylorLewis A. Taylor, 84, of Sebring, died Tuesday, September 24, 2013. Banks/Page-Theus Funerals & Cremations.Elaine E. WinegardenElaine E. Winegarden, 86, of Wildwood, died Thursday, September 26, 2013. Banks/PageTheus.Virginia M. YanachikVirginia M. Yanachik, 88, of The Villages, died Monday, September 23, 2013. Page-Theus Funerals & Cremations.Robert A. YoungRobert A. Young, 84, of Tavares, died Sunday, September 29, 2013. Harden/Pauli Funeral Home.IN MEMORY


A8 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 CLERMONT BLESSEDSACRAMENTCATHOLICCHURCH English: 4 pm and Spanish: 7 pm 8 am, 10 am, 12 noon (Contemporary Mass) 5 pm (Contemporary Mass) 3:00 pm 3:45 pm (Eng.) 6:15 pm 6:45 pm (Sp.) Corner of Hwy 50 & 12th St. (Rt 561) CROSSROADSAMILYELLOWSHIPChristian Non-Denominational Where our priority is God, Families & Community 15701 S.R. 50, #106 Clermont, FL 34711 At Greater Hills and Hwy 50 Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Children classes both services Men and womens monthly meetings Open prayer Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. Sr. Pastors Jim and Linda Watson Assoc. Pastors Lee and Vanessa Dobson Phone: (352)242-1144 God is good...all the time! IRSTUNITEDMETHODISTCHURCHEncountering Christ, Growing in Christ, Sharing Christ, wherever we are... 950 Seventh Street 352-394-2412 Pastor: Rev. Doug Kokx Sunday Worship (Traditional) 8 & 11:00 am Sunday Worship (Contemporary) 9:30 am Sunday School 9:30 am & 11:00 am Bible Studies & Childrens Activities: Sun. Night Children/Youth/Middle School 5-6:30 pm Sun. Night High School Activities 7-8:30 pm Wed. Night Dinner & Fellowship $6pp, 5-6:30 pm Weekday School: Preschool GRACECOMMUNITYCHURCHCLERMONTL Many Other Activities each week Jon Bekemeyer, Senior Pastor 407-877-4048 LIBERTYBAPTISTCHURCH Bible Fellowship Groups 9:30 am Worship Service 10:40 am Family Prayer Service 6:00 pm Bible Study 7:00 pm Groups for adults, teens, and children Chris Johnson, Senior Pastor For directions and more information, visit: 11043 True Life Way Clermont, FL 34711 352.394.0708 NEWACOBSCHAPELMISSIONARYBAPTISTCHURCH Pastor: Rev. Rex Anderson Assistant Pastor: Rev. Darryl Church Youth Pastor: Rev. Tone Lundy Church Clerk: Mrs. Lucressie D. Mcgriff Church Motto: Equipping Changed People for A Changing World! Schedule of Worship Services Sunday Morning Service 11:00 a.m. Youth/Adult Bible Study Thursdays 6:45 p.m. e-mail addresses: (Pastor Anderson) (Church Clerk) Contact: Lucressie Mcgriff 352-348-7955 REALLCHRISTIANCHURCHHelping Real People Find Real Faith Saturday 6:00 pm Sunday 9:10 am, 11:15 am & 6:00 pm The EDGE (Children) All Services Wednesdays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Sundays 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm SOUTHLAKEPRESBYTERIANCHURCH 131 Chestnut St., Clermont 352-394-2753 East Ave 1 block south of SR 50 Worship Times: Sunday 9 AM (Contemporary); 11 AM (Traditional) Church school for all ages 10:00 AM Childcare provided Youth Group Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 PM ST. MATTHIASEPISCOPALCHURCH574 West Montrose Street Clermont, FL 34711 352.394.3855 8:00 am 10:00 am Beginning Oct. 6, 2013 5:00 pm Service Sunday School Youth Group Nursery Adult Bible Study Womens Bible Study Mens Prayer Breakfast WOOTSONTEMPLECHURCH GODINCHRISTElder T.L. Wootson 836 Scott St. Clermont, FL 34711 394-1396 or 394-3004 Sunday 11:00 am & 7:30 pm Thursday 7:30 pm FERNDALE ERNDALEBAPTISTCHURCHat 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 IRSTBAPTISTCHURCH Sunday School 9:45 am Sunday Worship 10:50 am & 7:00 pm Wednesday 7:00 pm MT. OLIVEMISSIONARYBAPTISTCHURCHSunday 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 Groveland ABUNDANTBLESSINGSMESSIANICCONGREGATION756 W. Broad St. Groveland, FL 34736 Marion Baysinger Memorial Library Tuesday at 6:30 pm Jew & Gentile One in Messiah 352-544-5700 MINNEOLA CONGREGATIONSMINNEOLAA Progressive Jewish Congregation Shabbat services are conducted every Friday at 7:30 pm Services are held at the synagogue located at: 303A North US Highway 27, Minneola Religious School, Mens Club & Womens Club TLIVINGGOD Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Worship & Childrens Church 11:00 am Sunday Evening Worship 6:00 pm Wed Worship & Youth Service 7:00 pm Rev. Loyce Rowland MONTVERDE WOODLANDSLUTHERAN15333 CR 455, Montverde, FL 34756 407-469-2525 Pastor Rev. Dr. Brian Kneser Sunday Service 8:30 am & 11 am Sunday School 9:45 am OAKLAND PRESBYTERIANCHURCH218 E. Oakland Ave. (1/2 mile N. Hwy 50 at Tubb St./ West Orange Lumber) 8:45 am Contemporary Worship 9:45 am Sunday School For All Ages 11:00 am Traditional Worship Nursery Provided All Services 407-656-4452 Dr. Robert P. Hines, Jr. Gathering PlacesSpiritual WorshipforSouth Lake South LakeGathering PlacesSpiritual Worshipfor BECKERFUNERALHOMErfn tbt352-394-7121806 W. Minneola Ave.,Clermont,FL Cremation ChoicesDirect Cremation$675Plus Container Ron Becker,Director352-394-8228921 S.US Hwy 27,Minneola,FL N EW R EFORMED P LANT C HURCH We meet our God on Sunday in Superior Retire Residence at 10:30 AM. He is waiting for us there. We worship in spirit & in truth from scriptures. Pastor Harm Biehl 407-525-8663 Police: Shadow abused child BUSHNELL WALKER DIAZ MILLARD K. IVES Staff Writermillardkives@dailycommercial.comSumter County de tectives said they were able get a self-described schizophrenic to admit to abusing his toddler after summoning one of his personalities to answer their questions. Terrance Walker, 19, initially denied any knowledge of the how his 3-month-old girl sustained fractures to both the left and right femur, but said one of his multiple personali ties might have done it. Detectives asked to speak to his persona called Shadow, according to the Sumter County Sheriffs Ofce. Shadow allegedly admitted he came to the forefront of Walkers personality the day in question because he was frustrated after be ing held inside. The ba bys screaming prompted him to injure the child. The childs mother, Noemi Diaz, 24, told detectives that Walker had multiple personalities and also blamed the injuries on Shadow. However, Diaz said Shadow told her sev eral weeks ago that he was annoyed and want ed to harm the baby be cause the toddler inter fered with their sex life. Diaz said she spoke with Shadow about her concerns and made him promise not to hurt the baby. Both were jailed Tuesday without bail Walker on child abuse charges and Diaz on child neglect charges. Lt. Bobby Caruthers, sheriffs spokesman, said he couldnt conrm if Walker was a schizophrenic or had any documented histo ry of mental illness. That will be up to the State Attorneys Ofce to decide, he said. The couple lives in Bushnell. Caruthers said the investiga tion started after deputies responded to Citrus Memorial Hospital on Sept. 19 to possi ble abuse of the child. The baby was eventually transferred to Tampa General Hospital.


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A9 HWY 27/441 2 miles from Hwy 27 787-4440 $300OFFREMANUFACTURED CARTSCash or check. Must present ad on purchase. Limited Time Offer See store for details. More than 25 Area Restaurants Sampling their Signature Dishes More than 35 Chamber Member Businesses will be Showcasing their Products & Services Title Sponsor Drink Sponsor Media Sponsors Tasting Sponsors Chef Sponsors Lanyard SponsorNovember 7th 5:00-8:30pm November 7th 5:00-8:30pmWaterfront Park Clermont, FL Waterfront Park Clermont, FLCome Sample the BESTSouth Lake Chamber of Commerce Taste of South Lake & Business ExpoSample Signature Dishes & Products from Area Restaurants and Businesses Throughout South Lake CountyTickets Available at the South Lake Chamber of CommercePhone: (352)394-4191 or online at Featuring Jerry Bravo(Nominated for a Grammy for BEST Latin Jazz Album) LIVE MUSIC Jerry Bravo Band CLERMONTCouple face fraud charges Staff reportA Clermont couple has been charged with tax fraud for trying to con ceal income from the Internal Revenue Service because of child support action, authorities said. Scarlet and Steven M. Veres III, former ly contractors at a Coral Springs-based company called Superior Contract ing, face years in prison if convicted, the United States Attorneys Ofce for the Southern Dis trict of Florida stated in a press release. In 2005, the Superior Contracting received millions of dollars from contracts to repair hurricane damaged condominiums in St. Lucie County, stated the release from U.S. Attorney Wilfredo Ferrer and Acting IRS Agent in Charge Michael De Palma. They said Scarlet was in charge of the companys books. In 2007, Steven petitioned for a down ward modication of his child support to a former spouse he divorced in 2003, two years before he married Scarlet, the press release stated. In support of that action, Steven al legedly provided copies of his delinquent person al and corporation income tax returns, which were subsequently led with the IRS. On their 2005 U.S. In dividual Income Tax Return, defendants Scarlet Veres and Steven M. Veres III claimed to have an ad justed gross income of a negative amount, yet the defendants had expenditures for real property, personal home construc tion and improvements, vehicles, investments, and jewelry in that same year totaling at least $1.5 million, the press release stated. Both defendants were charged with conspira cy to defraud the IRS and with willfully ling false tax returns. Steven also was charged with aiding and assisting in the prep aration of a false tax return. Both face a mini mum sentence of up to ve years in prison for the conspiracy charge and three years for each count of willfully ling false tax returns. In addi tion, Steven faces up to three years in prison for aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false tax return. According to state re cords, Steven is listed as registered agent and president of Superior Contracting Inc., 2630 Shady Oak Place in Groveland. Although there are no Lake Coun ty property records in his name, Scarlet is listed as the owner of a vacant lot at that address. She also is listed as the owner of a house at 2706 Valiant Drive in Cler mont. That house is val ued at $170,578 by the Lake County Property Appraisers Ofce. SEIZETHE DA Y


A10 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Division of Johnson Food Services, Inc. rfrntbbbtbrfnbrt rffnt nrbrrtrrbr Melissa Tillisntrrtrt Steven E. Johnsonrrr ALL YOU CAN EATBreakfast SpecialFri.Sat.Sun.Mon $7.00 nrnttrr Get OutGo!& rfntbrfrrfrrrntbnbr"Our Food Speaks For Itself" Pizza Special! rfrrnntb frrChicken Parmn frrn n Kids Eat FREE Mondayn tn r fnrtbn nnnnn n frrn fr PROVIDED PHOTO Representatives of the Daughters of the American Revolution attended the fall conference for the group in September at the Florida Hotel Conference Center in Orlando joining members from 100 chapters from around the state. Members from the Clermont Tomoka Chapter who attended were Joanne Cramer, secretary; Sarah Wyrick, parliamentarian; Carolyn Darling, vice regent; Martha Nolte, regent and Beverly Oyler, registrar. Also at tending were Susan DeHart, treasurer and Fairrell Jacobs, historian. CLERMONT | XXXXXXX PROVIDED PHOTOMike Corradino, primate housing developer, was the speaker at a meeting of the South Lake County Historical Society in Clermont. While most people in South Lake know Corradino as the owner and publisher of the South Lake Tablet, he once operated the Florida Monkey Sanctuary for 20 years. His presentation, complete with sound effects, kept the audience laughing while sharing some of his memorable experiences and fascinating information about primate behavior. For information about the South Lake County Historical Society and the historic village call Dodie King, at 352-593-8496 or go to CLERMONT | HISTORICAL SOCIETY


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS A11 Featured Business of the Month: Vineyards of the World Family & Cosmetic Dentistry rfntbtnntnrbTom Ballesteros, DMD, MAGD r frnr tb bf bt b rf trn br r b LOOKING FOR PARTS? SEE JULIE (352) 394-6111rfntbI have parts for all major appliances and air conditioning and authorized repair service too! r Clermont Downtown Partnership Downtown Clermont Farmers MarketEvery SundayFrom 9am 2pmINCLUDES: For more information visit www.clermontdowntownpartnership.comSelected from Historic Downtown Clermont's 80-plus members, we're pleased to present the CDPA little bit about us Let's see... How do we make this story short, interesting and precise? If there is one word that can describe us is INTERNATIONAL. Owners Yellymary (aka Mary for all of our regulars) and Sascha share a passion for food, wine and beer. In their quest for the perfect location to chill out and relax in their off days they realized that there was no place that could offer such a variety in Clermont. With this idea in mind they chose Downtown Clermont as the home for this enterprise. We found a great location in downtown Clermont. Our current location used to be a tanning salon so you can only imagine the amount of hard work we put into that building. Oh, yes, and it is a 1924 building! It took us over 3 months to remodel the place. Yellymary took charge of the decor ideas and style. We guess all those hours invested watching HGTV and Food Network finally paid off! Sascha was born and raised in Germany and his great passion is beer. He carefully selects the beers that go in our list (right now over 300) always including of course the good German beers. He also has an MBA and graduated Suma Cum Laude so he takes care of that part of the business too. In the other hand, Yellymary was born and raised in Puerto Rico. Once she married Sascha almost 10 years ago she started learning about wines and their regions. As part of her Latin culture, she decided to include tapas to the menu and pair it with wines and beers. She completed law school in 2009 but put a hold on her career to follow her long time dream of owning a wine bar. She is in charge of the wine and tapas menu as well all the logistics of the bar. We call ourselves educated drinkers! Now, the good question: how a German and Puerto Rican end up together? Well, we met in Puerto Rico while Sascha was an exchange student. You will have to come to the bar for the rest of the story! You will always get personalized service at Vineyards of the World! Either Mary or Sascha will be there to help you with your selection! Right now our wine list consists of more than 100 wines and more than 300 craft beers! Each one of our rooms will transport you to the main wine regions of the world. We call it the EPCOT of wine bars. From Italy to Napa Valley you will be transported there with the sip of a glass of wine! We love you Clermont! Thank you for your love and support! Let's have another one to celebrate all of you! Cheers! VINEYARDSOFTHEWORLDWine Room, Beer House, Cafe, Tapas Were open every day but Mondays. Hours are from 4pm2am except Sundays. Sundays we open for farmers market at 10:30am and close at 4pm. We also serve artisanal coffees and a wide variety of non alcoholic beverages. Kids eat FREE on Sunday and we have a TV Room in which we play cartoon movies for them. Happy Hour is every day til 7:30pm with house wine 2 for $7. Wednesdays is Acoustic Jamming Nights in which local musicians gathers to jam along with all you can drink house wine for $15. You can also rent our facilities for private events. We also offer wine lockers for rental and a cool Beer Club! We host Beer School twice a month. You pay $10 for tasting 5 beers and 5 tapas while you learn about each of the beers. We host a Tapas & Wine Tasting the last Saturday of every month and we always choose a wine region. We do 5 wines and 5 tapas and a sommelier comes and talks about the wines. Octobers wine tasting will be Spain. Both events start at 7pm and RSVP is preferred. We have live entertainment every weekend. Also in October we will be celebrating our Second Oktoberfest Ein Prosit! This will be on October 26, 2013 along with the Downtown Partnership.


A12 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 When the time comes wouldnt you prefer your loved ones celebrate your legacy rather than stress about making arrangements? Give them the relief theyll need during a tough time.Well discuss: RESERVATION REQUIRED Limited seating available. CALL NOW!First time attendees only please. FREE Lunch & Informational Seminar


Ann DupeeREMEMBER WHEN A weekly column that reprints some of the more interesting news stories that have appeared over the years in the pages of the South Lake Press.B1SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 C OMMUNITY www.southlakepress.comProudly servingCLERMONT, MINNEOLA, GROVELAND, MASCOTTE and MONTVERDE YOUR CONTACT FOR LOCAL NEWSSTAFF WRITER . ..................... ROXANNE BROWN TELEPHONE . .................................. 394 FAX ................................................ 394-8001 E-MAIL . ... %  en HOMETOWN: Binghamton, N.Y. %  en OCCUPATION: Swim instructor and substitute teacher %  en FAMILY: Ive been married to my husband Will for 15 years.   We moved to Clermont in 1998 and started our family here. We have three children: Michael is 12, Zachary is nine and Olivia is seven. Our dog is named Raven. What do you enjoy most about South Lake County? I enjoy spending time in the community. 1. If you had to summarize your philosophy of life in one sentence, what would it be? Success only comes before Work in the dictionary. 2. Name a person or incident youve come across recently thats touched you in some way. Why did this person or incident impress you so much? Im always impressed when I see people stepping up to help others in times of crisis. It gives me hope for the future. 3. How does what you do contribute to the welfare of the area? FROM THE FILES | 25 YEARS AGO 1988Reliving history through pages of the South Lake Press Meet YourNEIGHBORALAYNE SHOEMAKER   INCINERATOR GOING FOR BOND FINANCINGA revised contract between NRG Recovery Group and Lake County containing the most recent concessions was presented to county commissioners Sept. 6. The unapproved draft will go to nancial institutions as a basis for obtaining bond nancing. Commissioners will vote on the 41-page package after study on Sept. 12. Also scheduled was a Sept. 27 vote to set in motion two or dinances supporting the countys obligations in the $66 million dollar incinerator plant.LEGISLATIVE ACTIONSActing on odor complaints and charges of poor sanitary management of an egg farm west of Mascotte, the County Commission will seek adjustments to Bronson Farms Conditional Use Permit that includes a formal management plan. Florida is the rst large state to allow parents to obtain Social Security cards for newborns when birth registration information is submitted. Minneola Mayor May Grifth has started a nice public service for the people of Minneola by publishing a monthly bulletin about city services and goings on.MISS CLERMONT RECEIVES CROWNSeven students at Clermont High School were contestants in the annual Miss Clermont Pageant held Labor Day afternoon at Jenkins Auditorium. Candi Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Walker, received the crown; Keely Rogers was Miss Congeniality and Stacy Spradlin, rst runner-up. Other participants were Lori Schoonover, Cherie Kuharske, Tara Simpson and Sherry McMaster.CLERMONT HIGH SELECTS OFFICERSClermont High School senior class ofcers this school year are Greg Olivenbaum, president; Melissa Hopkins, vice president; Kathleen Palulis, secretary; and Rhonda Boykin, treasurer. CHS Junior Class ofcers are: Stephanie Shafer, president; Candi Walker, vice president; Tara Simpson, secretary; and treasurer, Lona Clark. CHS Sophomore Class ofcers are: Michael Delaney, president; Patti Prevatt, vice president; Sandra Logan, secretary; and Christie Surin, treasurer. CHS Freshman Class ofcers are: Christina Lindgren, president; Kim McGuire, vice president; Suzanne Carlisle, secretary; and Mica Ivey, treasurer.FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TO CELEBRATE 100 YEARSFirst Baptist Church will soon celebrate 100 years of Christian ministry when its Centennial Celebration takes SEE NEIGHBOR | B4 ROXANNE BROWN | Staff Writerroxannebrown@dailycommercial.comMany people look back on their childhood and recall carefree times lled with wonderment. Not Clermont resident and businessman Gary L. Clark, who members childhood as a difcult time. I started out a very poor kid, he said. I remember having to put cardboard in the bottom of my shoes to cover the holes where they were worn down and I remember having to steal chickens and apples for us (him and his family) to eat. The environment I grew up in was rough to say the least. Had I never been drafted into the military in my later youth, my guess is that I would have probably been killed or ended up in jail. Clark said serving in the Navy (19651970) changed the course of his life by teaching him about discipline and responsibility. Being in it also gave him the wherewithal to go to college, he said. After graduating from Guilford College in Greensboro, N.C., with a major in political science and minors in psy chology and constitutional law, Clark changed course toward becoming a lawyer and took a job as a human resources manager for a large company. Once there, he said he felt he lacked knowledge on the very things he was supposed to be advising people on, such as 401ks, and decided to rectify the problem. Clark said he read a book about War ren Buffett and not only did it teach him some of what he needed to learn about investing, but it prompted him to start an investment club with the two guys who showed up to its inaugural meeting. Clark said together, they decided to invest $100 per month each in penny stocks. Clark continued reading everything he could get his hands on about the stock market and, after seeing $9,000 grow to $35,000 in just three years, he knew he wanted to help others do the same and more. Who knew that starting that club would prepare me to become a nancial advisor, said Clark. Today, after years of guiding peoples nances as a nancial advisor and money manager with Ameriprise Financial in Clermont, Clark wants to continue reaching out. Hence his rst book: The Simplication of Becoming a Millionaire. Clark said his book, which is short and written simply so that it can be understood by everyone, includes his own personal story, along with tips, strategies and advice on investing CLERMONTRetired financial advisor offers insight ROXANNE BROWN / DAILY COMMERCIALLongtime Clermont resident and retired nancial advisor Gary L. Clark penned his rst book The Sim plication of Becoming A Millionaire that was recently released on Amazon. SEE HISTORY | B2SEE BOOK | B4


B2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Across 1 Crews colleagues 5 Dojo needs 9 Classic sci-fi film billed as a horror horde of crawland-crush giants 13 La-La lead-in in a 1974 Al Green hit 16 Iberian wine city 18 Vincent & ___ (film about the van Gogh brothers) 19 Rings of angels 21 What X-O-X lacks? 22 Macbeth king 23 Words on a fragile package 26 Irascible 27 Mona Lisa, e.g. 28 Thumbs-up 29 Harridan 30 Orchestra section 31 Mouthpiece for the head? 34 Jiffy 35 Not post37 Old piece 38 Little dog, for short 39 ___ Aviv 40 Strawberry blond sister of Barbie 43 Hindu Mr. 44 Swans Reflecting Elephants and others 46 1960s-s series starring Efrem Zimbalist Jr. 49 Oscar winner Hathaway 51 Material beyond the terrestrial plane, in medieval science 55 Hello or goodbye, maybe 57 PC key 59 First word in 104Across 61 Cum ___ 62 ___ engr. 63 Like hit shows, often 67 Pitchfork-wielding groups 69 Boo-boo 70 74 Van Morrison song ___ the Mystic 75 Numerical prefix 76 Only the Lonely singer 77 Part of a wriggly field? 78 Foreordained 80 Understands 82 Maker of the Sorento 83 Gallivants, with about 85 Boo-boos 87 Pale 89 Like citrus fruits 92 Like video games, nowadays 94 ___ Lingus 96 Round Table assignments 99 Old PC monitor feature 102 Ernies instrument on Sesame Street, informally 103 Italys main broadcasting co. 104 TVchannel with lots of bells and whistles 105 Take up, as a skirt 107 Rotary alternative 112 Covent Garden performance 114 Newspaper columnist, humorously 115 Grampa Simpson 116 Snockered 117 Anders Celsius and Greta Garbo, for two 118 DDTand others 121 Is Anybody Goin to San ___ (#1 Charley Pride song) 122 Bullet, in poker 123 Cartoonist Wilson 124 Help illicitly 125 Alley flanker 126 Hide/hair link 127 Looking up 128 Chant at a bullfight 129 Satirical 1974 espionage film Down 1 With 97-Down, classic puzzle type 2 Like eyebrows 3 Ones getting the redcarpet treatment, say 4 The Spiderwick Chronicles coauthor DiTerlizzi 5 Antarctic summit between peaks named for faith and charity 6 Words after win by or hang by 7 What lobsters and crabs have 8 Nursery purchase 9 Baltimore club, for short 10 Ethan of Before Sunrise 11 Giant Manning 12 Company that pioneered walkietalkies 13 ___ Mater (hymn) 14 African capital 15 Organic chemistry group 16 Lilac and lavender 17 Turns into mush 20 Oaf 24 Not ephemeral 25 All ChiSox home games are played on it 32 ___ Lee 33 Pro with books, for short 35 Slapstick prop 36 Play watcher 41 Motocross entry, for short 42 Pirates cargo 44 Frenzied as if possessed 45 East German secret police 47 Where a mattress goes 48 Shapes like squares 50 Country that has two oryxes on its coat of arms 52 Like much processed wheat 53 Roman magistrates 54 Push off 55 Food item named after an Austrian city 56 Film set on Pandora 58 Snarly dog 60 Recedes 62 Blackmail, e.g. 64 Well, now! 65 Beat 66 Uncle Pedro, e.g. 68 Sign of a successful show 71 One with a name on a plaque, maybe 72 Nickname for baseballs Dwight Gooden 73 Rolling Stones #1 hit with the lyric Youre beautiful, but aint it time we said goodbye? 79 Hefty thing 81 Wrinkly dog 84 Ones providing cold comfort, briefly 86 Big wheels wheels 88 You betcha 90 Dim bulbs have low ones 91 Horse hue 93 Prefix with skeleton 95 1970 John Wayne western 97 See 1-Down 98 Placid 99 Self-image? 100 Like the Palace of Versailles 101 English landscapist famous for The Burning of the Houses of Lords and Commons 104 Irritates 106 Electromagnetic device 108 Op. ___ (footnote phrase) 109 Some West Coast wines 110 Magazine to which Obama gave his first postelection interview in 2008 111 N.F.C. West player 112 Admit 113 Trifling 117 Wilts 119 ___ my destiny be Fustian (Dickinson poem) 120 Was idle No. 0922 RELEASE DATE: 9/29/2013 LETTERBOXES By Mike Selinker / Edited by Will Shortz For any three answers, call from a touch-tone phone: 1-900-285-5656, $1.49 each minute; or, with a credit card, 1-800814-5554. 123456789101112 131415 1617 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 3536 37 38 39 404142 43 44 45 46 47484950 51 525354 5556 575859 6061 62 636465 6667 6869 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 7980 8182 8384 85 8687 88899091 92 93 9495 96 9798 99100101102 103 104 105106 107 108 109110 111 112113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 In this special crossword, the completed solution conceals a familiar three-word phrase related to the puzzles theme. 70-Across provides a hint on how to find it. Solution on B5 Im writing today to tell about another great stride for Natu ropathic Medicine li censure in the United States, not just Florida. A few weeks ago, the U.S. Senate made Oct. 7-13 Naturopathic Medicine Week. This is a fantastic opportunity for people to learn the benets of Naturopathic medicine and how it integrates with and provides alternatives to the conventional medical model in this country. First, as a disclosure, I am one of only ve people in Florida with both a four-year Naturopathic medical degree and an acupuncture physicians license, so I have a vested interest in promoting and growing Naturopathic medicine in Florida. I keep my license as a Naturopathic physician in Vermont while trying to regain licensure for Naturopathic medicine in Florida. I am also very proud and happy this awareness is happening at this time as September 2013 marked my 10th year in practice here in Clermont. Naturopathic medicine began in 1903 when Dr. Benedict Lust created the rst Naturopathic medical school. He was an over-achiever, MD, DO, chiropractor and the rst Naturopathic doctor. (The titles ND and NMD, Naturopathic Medical Doctor, are used by practitioners in the U.S.) He did not like what the pharmaceutical companies and the AMA were doing to the practice of medicine in this country. (Does that sound familiar?) He combined his conventional medical training with the herbalist and Nature Cure philosophies of the U.S. and Europe creating a truly integrative medical system. Naturopathic licensure was granted in quite a few states in the U.S. in the early 1900s. Florida granted licensure in 1926 when Naturopathic physicians were given full rights to practice including prescribing pharmaceuticals and performing minor sur gery along with the completed natural remedies and practices. Currently there are 19 states and territories in the U.S. that license NDs. To be a licensed ND, you must graduate from a four-year Naturopathic medical school which is 5,000 hours just like a conventional medical school and has the equivalent educational requirements to conventional medical schools including all the basic sciences, pathology, mi nor surgery, and phar macology along with extensive education in nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, physical medicine, mindbody medicine and counseling. After graduation, one must pass three days of Naturopathic medical board exams before licensure is granted. There are ve, four-year Naturopathic medical schools in the U.S. and two in Canada, but there are also a lot of correspondence Naturopathic schools that do not provide even close to the training that a four-year graduate is given. Those schools spend lots of money to lobby against ND licensure since they would lose a customer base if states become licensed as their graduates would not be allowed to be licensed. Unfortunately in 1959 the Florida legislature shut down the Board of Naturopathic Examiners which issued licenses for NDs meaning no new licenses have been given in Flor ida since. What sets an ND apart from other practitioners is the philosophy. We practice by six tenets: Do No Harm, the Healing Power of Nature, Treat the Whole Per son, Find and Treat the Cause, Doctor as Teacher and Prevention is the Best Medicine. (A more detailed description of these and other things about Naturopathic Phi losophy are available on my website.) These tenets allow us to use whatever is best for the patient, be it recommending an herbal formula or recommending surgery. It is not the pharmaceutical or the surgery that is necessar ily bad but whether it is used unnecessarily or improperly. Many holistic practitioners are actually treating conventionally by giving herbs or supplements just like a drug. Even though something is natural it can still be suppressive and may not be treating the root cause. Being on 20 supplements instead of 20 drugs is not necessarily any better for the person. The bottom line is to get the body working so it doesnt need anything to make it work properly. There is a growing awareness and desire for Naturopathic medicine since many people are disillusioned and dissatised by the poor treatment both clinically and personally they are receiving from those in the conventional medical system and the system itself. The demand for Naturopathic Medicine has brought it to the national levels it is cur rently enjoying. My colleagues are being seen, heard, or read about on Dr. Oz, The Katie Couric show, The Doctors, PBS NPR, as well as local TV shows, radio shows, and in newspapers and magazines. (If you know Dr. Oz or one of the others please let them know Im available). The U.S. Senate, making Oct. 7-13 Naturopathic Medicine Week, is another manifestation of the awareness that people want a safe, effective alter native to the expensive, poor treatment that our countrys medical system is providing. For information regarding Naturopathic medicine, go to www. There are also links there to state and national information resources. Feel free to contact me if you have questions that the websites dont answer for you. Thanks for making my 10 years in practice in Clermont great ones. Michael ViscontiNATURAL MEDICINE Michael A. Visconti, A.P., N.D., is a doctor of oriental medicine whose ofce is located near the Citrus Tower. If you have questions regarding this or any other health-related topic, you can contact him through his website at www., or on Facebook by signing up for the Visconti Acupuncture and Natural Medicine fan page. Naturopathic Medicine Week is Oct. 7-13 place Oct. 2, 1988. In 1988 a group of ve people who met together for worship services organized what would later become known as First Baptist Church Clermont. The beginning body took the name Grace Baptist Church after the great Grace Baptist Temple in Philadelphia, P.A., previously attended by the founding M.E. Wilson family. This family motivated the blessing and building of the early Baptist church at its present and only site, at 5th and Montrose Streets. The church has grown to a resident membership of almost 700 members and to house this growth two additional sanctuaries have been constructed. The present church plant includes two educational buildings, a new two-story Christian life center and the old Gables property.GROVELAND HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Varsity cheerleaders at Groveland High School for the 198889 school year are: Heather Cockcroft, Dana Coppage, Hillary Spooner, Tamu Griffen, Margie Myers, Phyllis Toole, Christy Crawford, Becki Judy and Kristi Garner. Student Council ofcers are: Ted Dukes, president; Missy Metz, vice president; Andrea Knight, secretary; and Holly Klinger, treasurer. Members of Junior Girl Scout Troop 564 earning badges were: Kelly Hateld, Cara Northcutt, Tiffany Beighley, Kristin Watson and Robin Wakeland, Boating Barge; and Kelly Hateld, Kristin Watson, Melanie Horton and Kelly Graham, Math Whiz Badge.BRAMALEA (NOW SUMMER BAY)It appears the housing development, Bramalea, is in the process of starting up development again. The property is located 20 miles south of Clermont on the northeast 308 acres at U.S. Highway 27 and U.S. Highway 192. Originally a town of 6,000-8,000 people was predicted and construction had started on some of the landscaping and units before funding ran out. (The property is now home to Summer Bay resort.)NAMES IN THE NEWS Are we a bunch of winners? asked Ronald Reagan, President of the United States, in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Tues., Sept. 13. The assembled group of 120 clapped and cheered. They were all Republican candidates running for state or national ofce. Among them was Catherine Micki Blackburn of Clermont, the Republican candidate for the Florida House of Representatives District 46 seat. Ray Schalk Jr., a 1988 CHS graduate and now a freshman at Florida State University, is also a published author. He has an article, Tur key Hunting, Old Two Shoes published in the current issue of Florida Woods and Waters Protector magazine, published by Clermonter Paul Andrea.37 YEARS AGO 1976 Kim Coppage and Chuck Beard were crowned King and Queen of the Mascotte Elementary School Car nival. Wendy Jones and Adam Whitaker con the Davis Elementary Car nival. King and Queen at Clermont Elementary were Bryan Schuster and Jennifer Stephens; Bryan Williams, Prince and Katrice McGriff, Princess. Randy Hunt was pictured with two bass he caught in Lake Minnehaha. One weighed 9 1/2 pounds, that being veried by Jack and Susie Matthews. Lake County School Board voted to endorse the rst Lake County Special Olympics to be held at Leesburg High School in March 1977. HISTORY FROM PAGE B1


B3SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2 2013SPORTS YOUR CONTACT FOR SPORTSSPORTS EDITOR . ..................... FRANK JOLLEY TELEPHONE . ................................ 365-82683 FAX ............................................... 394-8001 E-MAIL . ............. sports@dailycommercial.comandLEISURE PRE-GAME SHOW LHS FOOTBALL LIVE WEBCAST You can also follow LHS Football on Facebook Listen to ALL the LHS Football Games!All LHS Football Games will be Broadcast FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrankjolley@dailycommercial.comEven Byron Masoline seemed to realize his perfor mance on Friday was not a routine effort. The First Academy of Leesburg senior ran with the ball, threw the ball, elded punts and kickoffs, and intercepted a pass for the Eagles and n ished with 462 yards of total offense in a 46-20 win against Windermere Prep at Sleepy Harbor Sports Complex. Dude Edwards backed up Masoline with three touch downs and 135 yards rushing to help First Academy of Leesburg improve to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the Sun shine State Athletic Confer ence. Coupled with Mount Dora Bibles 46-0 win against Lecanto Seven Rivers Chris tian, the Eagles and Bulldogs are tied for the North Divi sion lead in the SSAC. The two rivals are set to face on at 7 / p.m. Nov. 1 at Mount Dora Bible. Masoline got the Eagles started on their second pos session of the game with a 38 yard scoring run that included enough hip shakes and head bobs to make himself the envy of a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. It was the rst of three scoring runs for Masoline, who also passed for two touchdowns. Masoline had 326 yards rushing on 23 carries and scored three touchdowns. He also completed 8-of-10 passes for 136 yards and two touchdowns. Trevor Lloyd led the Eagles receivers with three catches for 89 yards and a touchdown. Ojay Cummings scored twice, once through the air and once on the ground. Our offensive line did an unbelievable job, Maso line said. They blocked hard from the start and got enough of a push against the defen sive line to give me enough room to run. I saw the holes when the opened and I was able to hit them. This was a game for the of fensive line. We couldnt have done much without the job they did up front. First Academy of Leesburg fell behind early, when Win dermere Prep quarterback Parker Davis ran 56 yards on the rst play of the game, but the Eagles defense stiffened and forced a eld goal. After Masolines rst score of the game, First Academy never trailed. The Eagles built a 27-17 lead at halftime and their underrated defense stied the Lakers in the second half, outscoring their guests 19-3 after intermission. Despite a playing with a smaller roster, in terms of players available, First Academy of Leesburg methodically imposed their will on Windermere Prep, which entered the game in a tie for the SSAC North Divi sion lead. With only 17 players on our roster, we play iron-man football, but our kids really showed us something on the defensive side of the ball, First Academy coach Sheldon Walker said. These kids play so hard whenever theyre on the eld. Its been such a thrill for me to watch them go from a 1-8 team to where there are now. We cant ask for any thing more than they give us. I wouldnt trade these kids for any others in Lake County. I have the best coaching job in Lake County! Windermere Prep nished with 273 yards of total of fense, including 144 rushing. Davis led the rushing corps with 85 yards on seven car ries and completed 10-of-25 passes for 129 yards and two interceptions in the fourth quarter. Masoline now has 703 yards rushing this season with 12 touchdowns. The Eagles will now prepare for a rare afternoon game on Friday against Montverde Academy at Sleepy Hollow. The game was originally scheduled for Sept. 6, but was postponed because of stormy weather. Montverde Academy will enter the game with a 3-1 af ter beating Orlando Christian Prep 33-30. First Academy of Leesburg has not lost a regular-season game since losing 29-20 to Mount Dora Bible on Sept. 7, 2012.LEESBURGMasoline rings up 462 yards total offense PHOTOS BY PAUL RYAN / DAILY COMMERCIALFirst Academy of Leesburgs Byron Masoline runs for a long gain against Windermere Prep at Sleepy Hollow Sports Com plex in Leesburg. The Eagles notched a 46-20 victory. FRIDAYS SCHEDULE %  enMontverde Academy at First Academy of Leesburg, 1 / p.m. %  enWinter Park Lake Howell at East Ridge, 7 / p.m. %  enOrlando Lake Highland Prep at Mount Dora, 7 / p.m. %  en The Villages at Umatilla, 7 / p.m. %  enOrlando Bishop Moore at Tavares, 7 / p.m. %  enWindermere Prep at Mount Dora Bible, 7 / p.m. %  enWildwood at Crescent City, 7 / p.m. %  enLeesburg at Orlando Edgewater, 7:30 / p.m. %  enEustis at Keystone Heights, 7:30 / p.m. %  enSouth Sumter at Dade City Pasco, 7:30 / p.m. FRANK JOLLEY | Staff Writerfrankjolley@dailycommercial.comJeff Demps has never played to get publicity. The former South Lake High School and University of Florida standout under stands that his ability to run faster than all but a handful of people on the planet at tracts attention, but hed rath er blend in than stand out. In Demps mind, he would rather see his team and his teammates get all the ink. Thats why his friends likely werent surprised Sept. 23 when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ofcially activated Demps and he was nowhere to be found when reporters went looking for a response. Jeff has never done any thing to make a name for himself, said Logan Brown, a longtime friend. Hes al ways been about his team. He wants to help his team win. And hes been that way since the rst time I met him. You probably wouldnt even know hes a professional athlete un less someone told you before you met him. Hes simply a really nice person. Brown said he rst met Demps when Brown was a freshman at South Lake. Demps, a grade behind Brown, was looking for play ers for his youth football league team and saw Brown and liked the ninth-graders size. I guess I was a pretty big kid, so he introduced himself and then said his team need ed a quarterback, Brown said. I told him I was a base ball player and had never played on a football team be fore. He wouldnt stop ask ing me until I agreed to play Pop Warner football that year and I went on to play in high school. We became friends almost instantly and weve been friends ever since. Once you are Jeffs friend, you will always be Jeffs friend. As if to prove Browns point, one of the few comments Demps made after Tampa Bay announced its decision to activate him was to thank his friends and supporters in Lake County. He said noth ing about recent individual accomplishments, which include being part of Team USA at the IAAF World Champion ships in Moscow in August. Thanks to everyone for all the support and for always being behind me over the last several years, Demps said. It really means a lot! Said Brown, Thats Jeff. He never says much, but when he does talk, it comes straight from his heart. Brown, a hospital director in Bowling Green, Ky., said because of Demps abil ity to run faster than anyone, football and track were natu ral sports for him to compete in. However, Brown said his friend likely couldve been a success at other sports. Hes always been the best at whatever he wanted to do, Brown said. There was one time, I was harassing him, telling him he couldnt catch and he looked me dead serious and said, Ill beat you at your best sport right now. We drove home and had a com bine in my front yard. He beat me at everything from throw ing a baseball to catching footballs to most push ups and everything in between. Jeff has always looked a competitive edge and has an incredible desire to be the best at everything he takes on and that is why he is where he is now. Walter Banks, Demps coach at South Lake, echoed Browns sentiments. When I learned that Jeff was ofcially on Tampa Bays roster, I thought about his journey to the NFL, Banks said. Its not often that you see a kid for the rst time and you feel that hes going to be special. I felt that way about Jeff when I saw him as a fresh man. Even then, I thought he had a shot at the NFL. Hes a special person who is an incredible role model for our young people. Banks said Demps has always understood the impact he can have on people. At South Lake, for instance, he would turn up at events involving the Special Olympics and race against the athletes. Jeff would always let the kids beat him, and they would be smiling from earto-ear after that, Banks said. Those kids would be boasting about beating Jeff Demps. It made their day to race and beat him. I dont know many teenagers who had the maturity to understand how big that was for those kids, but Jeff understood.Ex-South Lake standout has always been about team


B4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 Tanya SenseneySAVINGS DIVA Tanya Senseney has more than 16 years experience saving and teaching others how to reduce their monthly grocery budget. For information on her classes, contact her at Tanya@DivineSavings. com, or go to I teach children and adults to swim. It is my hope that my work will help prevent drownings in my community. 4. Name one of your greatest accomplishments so far. My greatest accomplishment is raising my children to be condent in themselves. 5. Whats something youve always wanted to do but havent yet? Ive always wanted to travel around the world and see other places. 6. What advice would you give to people who want to help out in the community? Community involvement doesnt have to be big. Every little thing we do can lead to big improvements. NEIGHBORFROM PAGE B1Eating out may not be in the budget for many fam ilies. It can be costly to eat out, especially if you have children. We would all like to see more money in our sav ings accounts and retirement, but while saving for this, you still have to live your life. It is possible to be a savvy saver when eating out and below are my top seven tips on how to save while eating out. 1) SKIP THE APPETIZERS: Order ing appetizers can add an other 15 percent to your bill. When eating out look for places that offer free chips and salsa, bread and biscuits. More often than not, youre eating out to spend quality time with friends and family, not the appetizers. 2) KIDS EAT FREE: If you have children then you know the cost of eating out can be a big budget buster. Consider establishments that offer Kids eat free nights. When you can feed a family of four for the price of two, that is a budget helper. 3) SKIP THE DRINKS: Ordering drinks (even non alcoholic ones) can add 15 percent to your bill. If you order alcoholic drinks it can make your bill increase by 25 percent or higher. Consider ordering water. If you are not a fan of ice water, try out this way to spruce up plain water. Add lemon to your water and two packs of sugar substitute for a nice twist on lemonade. 4) LUNCH MENU VS. DINNER MENUS: Have you ever noticed the difference in price between lunch and dinner? More often than not, the portion size is the same, but offered at a lower price because of the time of day. Next time you are out for dinner look at the times the lunch menu is offered. You can plan on eating an early dinner and many times order off the lunch menu as late as 6 p.m. Another options is ordering off the appetizer menu. 5) COUPONS AND REWARDS: Many establishments offer coupons, online specials and reward programs. Before heading out to eat, check out the restaurants website or face book page for discounts. Look for email sign up, loyalty rewards and more. Many places offer free birthday dinner or dessert, free appetizer coupons and more. 6) SPECIAL OCCASIONS: Reserve eating out for special celebrations like birthdays, anniversaries, date nights etc. By doing so it will mean more to you and you will make paying the bill a little less stressful. Date night is important to many mar riages and we are rm believers in date night. After completing the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace program we decided that a date night once a month is important to us. I look for great deals and coupons at our favorite places, and thats where we eat. 7) COUPON SAVINGS: If you are a couponer, consider taking the money saved from your grocery trip and putting it in savings or a penny jar. This is another way you can pay for eating out and special occasions without breaking the bank. I would love to hear your tips for eating out for less. Email me at Check out our weekly restaurant round up every Friday on ways to save money when eating out wisely. The book also touches on some of the biggest mistakes people make when they are trying to build wealth. As an example of some of the tips Clark offers in his book, he said it is good for people to start out with nding a good nancial adviser and one they feel comfortable with, develop a plan and commit 100 per cent to following it. Clark said many people do not realize it, but paying themselves is also a must, even if they think that they cant afford to. In addition, he said keeping emotions in check through tough times or events in life, as well as through the good times, is also key. Two things that can quickly destroy a per sons nancial assets are fear and greed, he said, adding that people fear a down mar ket the most, when in reality it can be your best friend. Most people experience feelings of fear or greed at one time or another, which is why its essential to keep emotions out of investing and why its just as essential to have the right advisor who understands what your goals and fear factors are to help you stay on track, he said. Clark said he does not like hearing of people retiring with no money. He said theres no need for that to happen, especially if a person who is in their early to mid20s starts saving and investing now. If someone who is 25 years old can get serious enough to put $50 per week into a retirement portfolio, Clark said, they can grow their money to more than $1 million. The stock market is one of the most efcient and best ways to grow assets, but its not that simple if you dont know what youre doing, he said. I didnt get to where I am without losing more money than I needed to have lost because of not knowing how to plan and develop strategies. Thats the story I wanted to tell in my book. The story of how a small town country boy went up from nothing by doing things others also have the ability to do. To purchase a copy of Clarks book, The Simplication of Becoming a Millionaire, go to and search for the title or search by author using Gary L. Clark. Clarks book will soon be released as an eBook and to Barnes and Noble bookstores nationwide. BOOK FROM PAGE B1


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B5 rf nf t tf f f rr b ff f r f n n t b t t t b t b r b b t t t t t b t n t b b r t t b b b b t t b n n t t t t t r b b n r t r n b r t t b t b b t b t r t t r t b b b t b b n t b t n n n t r t t n t t b t t r b n n t b b n t n t t tbtb bbnnt tb tbbtb tt tb fnr nrntrn rttttb btbb t n rf t f r t r t r f ntb ffb t f r t r t r f ntb ffb n b f t n b b t f f f f f t n n t t r t r r t r t t n t n r r b t n b t t t t n b t b t t t b b t b r b b t n t b b r b n t b b r r n t t b t n b b b r t b r f t t t t f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f f b b t f n n t t b t b b t b b t f r t n rrtt ttbrrtt rtr ft ftnt bbrbntt trrtntb tft fttttb trtnnrttt trt tnfn ftft r rft ntbt n f f f f f fff t ttt f f f bt bntbt ttrfrt f n n f b b t f f ntt fnn f fnt tfnn f nt tfnn f nt tfnn f nt tfnn f ff ntt fnn f nt tfnn f ntt fnn f fntt fnn f f ntt fnn f fr b ftn bbrbn trt ftft r rft ntbt n f f f f f fff t ttt f f f f t ntbtb nt ttbtt frft ttt bbt ttrbt fbbtbt fnnttbt bbtb btfrt n f fnt tfnn n


B6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 One hundred years ago a newspaper came to life, thus the Clermont Clarion was born. Its kind of hard to imagine the planning to put together and launch a newspaper back in 1913. Think of the planning that went into how to build a newspaper without todays resources, sell subscriptions, design and layout the news of yester year. Needless to say it certainly must have been an interesting time. Today, the South Lake Press still delivers county news covering Clermont, Minneola, Mascotte, Montverde and Groveland. As part of our year long celebration we will produce a special 100th commemorative tabloid showcasing timeline milestones in the organization's history and offer a look into the past to see the progression of the paper as well as Clermont, where you can find many historical photographs from the past 100 years, along with stories that transformed Clermont. A walk down memory lane will feature past Publishers and more. This special keepsake will be a suppliment in the South Lake Press and Daily Commercial and distributed at all the area Chambers and other high traffic locations.212 E. Main St., Leesburg, FL 34748 Your First Choice In-Print & On-Line SOUTH LAKE PRESSServing Clermont, Minneola, Groveland, Mascotte, Montverde Format: Deadline: Publishes:SLP 12/18/13 DC 12/22/13For advertising information contact your South Lake Press or Daily Commercial Media Representative at (352) 365-8200 Celebrating 100 Years 10% OFFAny Wine or Champagne750ml size only10% OFFCIGARS from our walk-in humidor rfn tbbn nrn rfn tbbn nrnCanadian Club1.75 lt.$16.98Jim Beam 1.75 lt.$19.98Smirnoff Vodka1.75 lt.$16.98Seagrams 7 Crown1.75 lt.$15.98 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 AbsolutVodka1.75 lt.$25.98Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13 Coupon Required Not Valid with any other offer. Expires 10/08/13Don Q Rum Silver or Gold 1.75 lt.$13.98FrangelicoHazelnut Liquor1.75 lt.$16.98NuvoSparkling LiquorAll varieties 750ml.$14.98Santa MargheritaPinot Grigio$17.98Carlo Rossi 3 ltr.$10.98Lindemans ChardonnayCabernet or Merlot 750ml.$3.98Kahlua Coffee Liquor 750ml.$11.98 Camarena TequillaResposado or silver750ml.$14.98Hennessy VS 750ml.$24.98Captain MorganSpiced Rum$18.981.75 lt.Kendall JacksonChardonnay750ml.$9.98


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B7


B8 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 rf ntb rfnf rfn f n tr b f rfrn nn ffn nffnfbbbf bf b r f n f t b n f n frf bfrfrftnn n frf fnn fbfrf tnn ffrf bfbnr frnn nnrnfr n ffff frnftbnn rnt fn fntfn fbt n f f r f r r r f r f f t b rrnt tnn f f r r f f r f b b b n n rn bfn rbfn n bfrfrbr rnn frft nnn rftnt fn rrfnb n brr ffn f n bfftrrn nrn nn n trntfn frrtn fnn nn nn rbfrfn frt tr nn bn frbn bnft bnn bfnfr tnn bf rntnn rrrr bbfff nn frbn fntfn brnn ntn n t f n tnn fr n n b nn n rrnnn rf rfnn fn rr rn fr rrrfnn rf brnn r t r r r f f f n r f n r f r n f r n fn bnnt bfrn f f n r b r n n n n tbr fftbr rbn bnn rff ffrn rn fnn n rnnn n f t b n rnrbf fn r n rrn ntfrrn rn fr nnfn frntfnf r n r n n b t r r b t n n rf n nn rrn f nrfr fn t f r f rffbfr ffffbfr ffrr rff fnfrtn r f r f f n f r n f f f n r r t r r r f f b b b n t n t n n n fnrbtfrnfff ttn frn r r n r f r b f b r r r n r t f n r f f n f f n f n n f b f r b t f r r r f f n f n n f r r r n f f r f f n f r n f f f f n n f r r f r r r f f f n f f f f f f r r r f r n f f b r b f f f f r t f f n t r f f f r t n t f t f n f t f b n r rn n r b r n r b r r f b n r f r n brbf frrf btfrnrf ffrfn r f n n n brb ffr rf btfrn rff frfn r f n rtfftf rfn frfr nrfrf n t r fbtnr fnbtn f r f r f f n n f n f r f n f r f f r f n r r f r f f b f f f f n f r f r r r f r f n n f r n f r b f n f n n f n n f frrf ffff frnf tn rrfrt ttn f r f t r f n r f f f b ffrtfn fftn t t n f n f r f n r r n f f n r n ffnfrnr rbt rnbtn n f n r n r t r r t n f r n f f r r f r r f n f f f f n r r r n r f r t n r f r t n rffbfrbff rfnrffrfnf bfrrfr rrfrbt fnfrff frfrfnr frtn f r t n r fffrf rrffrfff frfffbfr rrfrfn fffrf rbfr fn r b f r r n rrtf frfffrrfn f r f f f r n f rn frfbff ff trrftffnff bfffrff rfn r f r n f r b b b n n r r n r f r r f t f r n f b n r f f f n r r f f r f f n t f r f f r r r f r t n t f trfrfrn rrffrfrffr bfn rrrn rffr ffrfrfn fbtftb rrffnbfr rffr rfnrr rbtfrfr rn f r r r r n r f r f r r n t r n r f f r r r f f n f f f n b r r f f r f r r f r r r b t f r n f r r r r r r f n f r f r f f f r r f f r f r t f r f r f f f r f f r f r n f f r f r r f f r f t f r f r f f n f f f r f f n rrnft fnrf bnrr rrfn tfnbn ffnfrn r t f r f r f b f r f n t f t f n r f b n r r r r f n t f n b n f f n f r n r f r r f f f r t r b f f r r f b f r f f n r r n r f t r r r r r f n r r f f n r f n t r b r f r f n r r f f ff ffr ff rnfrf ffrf rr bfrffrrf rfrfrrn tffr bfrrbtrf fbn fffrffr frfr rffrfn ffrbfr bfrrfrf rfrrf ftnr frfrftfrffr rrffr rfrf rnffrr frfnfrf bfrrfrffrtn rf frffrfn n f f f r f r r f f f r f r f f f n f f r f r r r r f r f nrffnr rf ffn f r f r r r b n f r f n r t f t f f r b f r b f r r r f r b n t b f f f r t f r r r f b n r f b f f r r r f f f f r r f f r b t n r b t r f r f f f n f f r f r r r r f r f n rr


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B9 r f n t b r b f t b r b f b b tb brrn nrrbf bfbb n t b f n f b b f n f b frtbf bbbftb r f r f r t b f f b rbf rbrffb rbf bb f b r f f nf tfb rrf b r n b f ntbf n bfb bf f b r f n f f b nt bbr tbfbfb fb bbf f rftf f b f f b b f n r f b n f f b f f f r f b b f t nrrf f nbbt bf bbfrnb fbrrnf fbffb bnfbbff b r f b b r f b f b f f b n nn tbt b r b t n b t t b f f b bnnf f b bnrfnf tf n f brrrnn rbfrnb nbtf b bf f n f f b b f f r n f f b f f b r n b b r f f b b b b b n f f b r n b b r f f b b b b b n nn frfbt nn f t f f f n b f b b b t r t f n r b b f b r b b r b b b f b r n b r b r b r r f t b b t f b r f b rtfnrf ffb bfrb ffb f br tb n n b b rrttb rn b f b r b b t b b nnf f nnntrf f b b b b b t b b f bnb rnf n bbbbf bb fb f bf brnrtrf bbn br bbf bffbr nbnbfrf btfb nf f nnff f f f n b f ftt f f n b f fff ffb n b f r b r f f f b fbr ff f br tb n n b b rrttb rn b f b r b b t b b trf fft r f b r f r f b b t r r r f b b t r b r b b r b r t b t t r f b b b f b b frb f f bt rbrrbrfrbr rf brr ttb f nr b n t t t b f b f br tb n n b b rrttb rn b f b r b b t b b nff bbbf fff rfb nf tf f f n b f f b b f f f b t f b f f f f f f f f f f f nft tbf n n n f b f b b r b f f nbffbr brrbtrfb fbb ftb b b b r b bbbtfbb bfrbft bff trb bn rfb r f n r f n r f b b n n b b f b b b f n b b b f b r frrn bf rffnb bfb f b b f f f b t f b f f f f nft ttbf tbr ffnbn fbbfb bf r r r b b b f f f br tb n n b b rrttb rn b f b r b b t b b t t b b f r n b r f r f b nft ttbf f b b f fr brfrfb bnrfbb ftbbr nbrf frbr fb bb n b f f b b fb rff fb fbb bbbfbnbrrf f nbbf fb brb ffr frf f br tb n n b b rrttb rn b f b r b b t b b bf brfrf fb nf ttbf nnff ft n r bbfr rfb r f f b ffrt brfbf b b f f b bbn brff b rfb rbtf r f f t f b frn fbb b r t b r n f f b b b nr tbfnfb r nrf nf nbtfb tbf rtftf t f b b b f f frfbt rf brtbbff brnr bftf frfbt rf fbb r r f f f r f r r t f f rrf b frbfbft b brrff nfrrf bbb nbrf tbf bf ntfr rfrfb brrbnrf frff rffrnr br tft n b b f fn bb bbf nf rrbbrt tf nnf frff n f b r f t f tbrff bf ff b fbb fntff fb r rfbf tb rrfb nrnn rff fb nffb n rfbbb br nbrttfb f f fff rf bnfbff t t b r n f t f b n b f b f b b t n b f b n r b b n f b b f b n b b r b f b b r b f r b f b n rrfbf fb bnb bfbb brbr fb tb ffb f tftfb b brb bb frff brf f nb ff b ff r f b r n f b r f f bb b r b n r b r b f r r f f nb bfrf nbf frftf brf f bfrrf bb f n b f f bb nbff fbr t nb brff rnf bff b b r b r f f b bbf br brff t ffb nt bf b b ff br bb ntbf nrffb trbrf nfb b bbff ffb rbtffb bbf fnff bb rff bf bfb ft b ff tf ff brbtf nftf rb bfff bbt bf fb nbbtfntf ff ftbrn tffbb rf bb rrff bb bft bf f f b rn tnffbb nrnf rbfrff rrnbbfb nf bf bfbf f rf nf rrff r b b f f tbrntf b nfrtbr


B10 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 A/C Services Auto Service Blinds Svcs. Awning/ Gutter Services Bathtub Refinishing Marine Services Cabinetry Services Flooring Services Carpet Cleaning Services Cleaning Services Contractor Services Door & Lock Services Computer Services Concrete Services Appliance Repair Electrical Services Garage Door Services Handyman Services Handyman Services Adult Care Services Hauling Services Home Improvement Insurance Services Irrigation Services Land Clearing Services Landscaping Services Lawn Services Moving Services Painting Services Enclosure Screening Bathroom Remodeling


Wednesday, October 2, 2013 SOUTH LAKE PRESS B11 To have your Professional Service listed here, please contact Michelle in the Classified Department at (352) 365-8233 or by email Schools/ Instruction Private Shuttle/Airport Professional Services Plants & Florist Service Pest Control Services Painting Services Pool Services Pressure Cleaning Plumbing Services Roofing Services Tile Service Storage Service Tree Service Tree Service Window Services All About Appliances repairs and installs all brands of major appliances. We are a small husband/wife company. Eric has over 15 years experience repairing appliances and Lavinia (Vinnie) has over 20 years in business management experience. Together, we strive to offer you prompt, professional, courteous and personal services far beyond your expectations, both by phone and in your home. We respect you and your time and make every effort to be in and out of your home as quickly as possible yet provide a thorough diagnosis and timely repair. We genuinely appreciate all your business. Emerson Street Automotive has been family owned and operated for nearly 30 years. Lori and Michael Farfaglia purchased the business from Loris family in 2010. Loris father, Terrill Davis stayed as the onsite manager. Emerson Street is located at 1406 Emerson Street, right next to the Post Office in Leesburg, Florida. We are opened Monday-Friday 7:30-5:30 and Saturday 7:30-3:00. Phone: 352-326-2400. We do all kinds of automotive repair including light body work. We have state of the art diagnostic equipment that takes the guess out of repairing your car. We service all makes and models including SUVs, ATVs, and RVs. Our mission is to provide you with quality, professional, and a safe electrical installation at a fair price. We answer our phone 24/7, seek to save you money while providing outstanding service that meets or exceeds your expectations. You can depend and trust us!


B12 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013


SAVE THE DATE! Call and Schedule your FREEComplimentary Tour!OPEN HOUSE and CRAFT FAIR 10:00-2:00 9:00-2:00Saturday, November 9th MOBILE HOME RESALES LIVE! Photos! Photos! ITS BACK!!!THE MOBILE HOME SHOW NEW DAY & TIME ON 790AM EVERY FRIDAY 12-1PM LISTEN! LAUGH! LEARN! COLDWELL BANKERWhat a deal!Sellers Motivated! Beautiful pool home with four bedrooms and three full bathrooms. As you walk in through the open foyer there is a unique medallion at the entry way. There is a formal dining room and formal living room that have decorative columns and ceramic wood ooring and beautiful lighting. The living room features a gorgeous brand new custom built book case built specically for this home. Brand new French doors leading out to the pool. The kitchen features granite counter tops, built in oven, built in stove, high efciency exhaust fan, 42 upgraded cabinets and can lighting. Master suite features, ceramic hardwood oors, tray ceiling, French doors that go to the pool and huge master closet. Master bath has granite counter tops, double sinks, garden tub and a huge shower. Bedroom two has its own full bathroom with granite counter tops and ceramic wood ooring. Bedrooms three and four have ceramic wood ooring and beautiful lighting. Bathroom three has granite counter tops, tile ooring. The screened pool area features a covered lanai, brick pavers and beautiful tile surrounding the pool. The garage has a brand new carriage door, brand new water heater and is freshly painted. The exterior is tastefully landscaped, barrel tile roof and has a six zone sprinkler system. This home features brand new paint inside and out, California closets throughout, ceramic tile and ceramic wood tile throughout, wired for 26 cameras and security and has a central vacuum system. Come see it today! Reduced to $319,000 For more information please contact Pam Eddy 352-536-0622 Beautiful pool home with four bedrooms and three full bathrooms. ERA TOM GRIZZARD Chain of Lake FrontLAKE HARRIS CHAIN OF LAKES FRONT CUSTOM BUILT home with 3463 living area/3/2 1?2 with loft ON WIDE OPEN LAGOON. BOAT HOUSE, DOCK, DECKING WITH VIEWS OF LAKE HARRIS. You will be impressed when you walk in and see the beautiful views with the ceiling to oor windows, BRAZILIAN Teak Wood Floors (all downstairs)wood ceilings and stone replace. Open oorplan. KITCHEN BOASTS: stone nished front breakfast bar, granite countertops, pull-out drawers, wood cabinets with crown molding, island with gas stove, pantry, top of line appliances, wet bar, wine cooler, plenty of countertop space. Master suite is large with walk-in closet, 100 year old claw foot iron tub, large walk-in shower with jetted heads. French doors lead to a screened in porch for your enjoyment. 1/2 bath downstairs for guests. Upstairs area has GREAT VIEWS OF WATER with loft area and 2 bedrooms with Jack/Jill bath. All wood-like ooring upstairs. Large foyer. Large utility room off of garage. Come enjoy the natural beauty of this property. Just minutes to Lake Harris and the Chain of Lakes and all it has to offer. CALL CINDY WHEELER TODAY AT 352-255-6032. ERA TOM GRIZZARD REALTY JUST LISTED AT $379,900 Just minutes to Lake Harris and the Chain of Lakes and all it has to offer. 352-505-8740 SOLD Over 30 Years of Experience! We are going to sell more than 1000 homes in 2013! Mattress Market of Florida OCTOBER SPECIAL! Se Habla Espaol 352-365-8208 HOMEFIX: Dealing with mold / C2 HomesLake and SumterC1SOUTH LAKE PRESS / Wednesday, October 2, 2013 DAILY COMMERCIAL / Friday, October 4, 2013


NAI Realvest one of central Floridas largest commercial real estate services companies and active developers of industrial facilities has named veteran Orlando realtor Jeff Clark as an associate and industrial properties specialist. Robin L. Webb, CCIM, managing director at NAI Realvest, said Clark has ranked as the top performing real estate associate in the Baldwin Park area of Orlando since 2003. He was also formerly a broker with Prudential Mortgage Services. In his new role Clark will focus on representing industrial clients for leasing and sales. Jeff Clark is one of the most knowledgeable real estate brokers in the Central Florida region and we expect him to play a big role as we grow, Webb said. Clark earned his B.A. degree in business administration from Auburn University and is a member of the National Association of Realtors. Go to www.NAIRealvest. com for information.C2 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 Real Estate SectionFor information about advertising in this section call 352-365-8287or PEOPLE, PLACES AND EVENTS REAL ESTATE NEWSHBA host fall home showThe Home Builders Association of LakeSumter (HBA) will host the 2013 Fall Home Show themed Old West, New Horizons at the Wildwood Community Center, 6500 Powell Road, Wildwood, from 9 / a.m. to 3 / p.m., Nov. 9. Guests can see the latest in homebuilding technology, new materials, remodeling ideas as well as speak with the builders, mortgage brokers, realtors and home improvement specialists just to name a few. The home show is open to the public and offers free admission. For information, call the Home Builders Association of Lake-Sumter, at 1100 N. Joanna Ave., in Tavares at 352-3437101, or go to www. Orlando home show set for FridayThe Orlando Home Show, one of the regions most anticipated fall events returns Friday to Monday to a new location at the Orange County Convention Center, west concourse, hall C for the 3-day home improvement extravaganza offering fresh inspiration, helpful tips, innovative products, deals in remodeling, home improvement, design and fall outdoor projects. Show highlights include appearances by Josh Flagg of Bravos Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Emily Ellyn of Food Networks Next Food Network Star and Cupcake Wars, with demonstrations by some of the areas top chefs on the Edible Orlando cooking stage. Daily how-to presentations by the DIY Guy, with a display of two Tiny Houses, designer rooms showcasing repurposed, restored or recycled items, and a food truck rally on Sunday, only. Josh Flagg, one of the residential real estate industrys heaviest hitters, appears on the main stage on at 6 / p.m. on Friday and from noon to 5 / p.m., on Saturday (subject to change without notice). Guests can mix it up with retro rad culinary diva Emily Ellyn as the deliciously unique personality demonstrates some of the hottest trends in cooking on the Edible Orlando Cooking Stage at 2:30 / p.m. on Saturday at 2:30 / p.m.; and on Sunday at 12:30 and 2:30 / p.m. Show hours are 10 / a.m. to 9 p.m, Friday and Saturday; Sunday, 10 / a.m. to 6 / p.m., and tickets are available at the door, and are $10 for adults age 13 and older; $5 for seniors age 60 and older at the box ofce only; $5 for children ages 6-12, and free for children ages ve and under. For information and advance tickets go to www. OrlandoHomeShow. com.Architects complete designCuhaci and Peterson Architects, Engineers, Planners based in Orlandos Baldwin Park recently completed design work on a new East Coast Wings and Grill on Alafaya Trail near the intersection of Curry Ford Road in east Orlando. Lonnie Peterson, chairman at Cuhaci and Peterson Architects, said the restaurant will offer 4,000 square feet of space and seat approximately 150 including the patio. This is the rst East Coast Wings and Grill franchise in Florida, Peterson said.NAI negotiates price for officeNAI Realvest recently negotiated the sale of a 14,500 square foot ofce warehouse building on one-acre at 521 South Econ Circle in Oviedo. Paul P. Partyka, managing partner at NAI Realvest represented M&O LP the local seller. The buyer, Brac Racing, a racing parts distributor expanding into larger facilities from a former Longwood location, paid $1,002,000 for the property and was represented in the transaction by Chuck McNulty of the McNulty Group. At the same time Partyka represented landlord M&O LP in a lease agreement with Meridian Investment Group Inc. for 6,351 square feet of ofce/ warehouse space at 531 S. Econ Circle. The tenant was represented by Roger Owen of Roger Owen Realty. Go to opens last phaseLAKE MARY M/I Homes has opened the nal phase at Wekiva Run located off Ponkan Road and State Road 441 in Northwest Orlando. David Byrnes, area president for M/I Homes in the Orlando region, said new three to six bedroom homes in the last phase will range from 2,425 square feet of living area to 5,200 square feet with prices starting from $259,990 to $379,990. Call M/I Homes at 407-531-5100 for information. NAI REALVEST APPOINTS VETERAN REALTOR JEFF CLARK ASSOCIATE, INDUSTRIAL SPECIALIST DWIGHT BARNETTScripps Howard News ServiceQ I have had mold buildup on the walls of my master bedroom, and I have been managing it by washing it down every year or so. But it comes back even though I keep it ventilated. It is the only room in the house with this problem. It tends to be damp and the other rooms are dry. The only difference is that the bedroom is a step down and lower than the rest of the house. There is a crawlspace, and during the raining season it will get wet. But theres no standing water and it tends to dry up as summer comes and goes. I was told to paint the walls with moldresistant paint, but I read that this would not solve my problem. Please advise.A Mold thrives in dark, damp and warm environments such as Homefix: Dealing with moldSEE MOLD | C4


SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 C3 FOUR STAR HOMESHighland Lakes beautyEnjoy watching many varieties of birds, otters, etc. from the comfort of your enclosed porch, which has a newer door and windows. This home is absolutely movein ready. Everything is extremely clean, including the neutral paint and carpeting. The great/dining room is open and vaulted for a feeling of spaciousness. You will love the split bedroom plan. Each has great closet space and its own bath. Kitchen features an eating nook and newer stove. Kitchen, baths and foyer have ceramic tile G4699002 Stop in or call Four Star Homes today! 352-505-2020. Ofce locations are: 3360-B US Hwy 441/27, Fruitland Park, FL 34731.. Just north of the Leesburg Walmart, and inside Continental Country Club, off CR44, 50 Continental Blvd, Wildwood, FL 34785. See more information and photos of this home, online at Convenient to tons of shopping, Clermont/Orlando & the FL Turnpike. MORRIS REALTY AND INVESTMENTS Privacy a priorityPRIVACY A PRIORITY? Gentle thoughts come easy in pastoral setting of this A rated acre age. Room for horses on your own private ranch. Enter your own gated entry & fall in love with the superior design of this 5/3.5 situated on just under 10 acres. Quality others are mea sured by is found throughout featuring just un der 5,000 sq. ft. Grand/elegant foyer greets you upon entering home. Formal living & Formal Dining Room. 2 Ofce/Den (seller will convert to bedrooms by adding closets). Youll want this lg gourmet kitchen on the menu.. center island, closet pantry, stainless steel refrigera tor, microwave, range, 2 dishwashers, inde structable Avanza Quartz countertops over look family room with built in entertainment center (tv conveys) and gas stone replace. Love entertaining? Game rm features bar area and pool table conveys. Master suite/retreat features sitting area, oversized walk in closet and master bath features his/her vanities with corian countertops, garden tub, & walk in co rian shower with rainfall shower head. Your own health club w/ exercise room (3rd bdrm). Heated swimming pool with jets features rock waterfall. Screened patio w/ summer kitchen & surround sound. 4 car garage...This home is on the most wanted list...just minutes from The Villages! Call Kim Ducharme 352-8745906 for more details! $699,000 This home is on the most wanted list...just minutes from The Villages! PAL REALTYWalk to activities & pool!Still like new! Covered front porch entry to the great room with slider to lanai, formal dining space and pass-thru/snack bar from the kitchen with pantry, built in microwave, large breakfast nook. Master bedroom with large slider to lanai, master bath with dual sink vanity, large handicap accessible shower and large walk in closet. e guest bedroom has a large closet, guest bath with shower/ tub combo. Nice den with large slider to lanai. Convenient indoor laundry room with utility sink. Garage comfortably ts a car and golf cart plus has storage space. Other features include ceiling fans, cable outlets, irrigation system with timer, low monthly association fees. Priced in the low 100s. e Plantation at Leesburg is a resident owned active adult gated golf and tennis community with 2 manned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. On site restaurant, 2 golf courses with equity memberships available, 3 clubhouses, 3 pools, full time activity directors, 100+ activities per week, state of the art tness centers, walking and biking trails & a 30-45 minute drive to all Orlando attractions. Stop by or call the sales oce for your personal tour of this home and the facilities. Our oce is located in Plantation Plaza, PAL Realty, 25327 US Hwy 27, Suite 202, Leesburg, FL 34748 (352) 326-3626. See more pictures of #1558 on our web site www. Resident owned active adult gated golf and tennis community. MORRIS REALTY AND INVESTMENTS ParadiseThis amazing three bedroom two bath home starts with plenty of parking, gorgeous curb appeal and a large cozy front porch. This one is immaculate. Your living room features a nice built in entertainment center and laminate wood. The kitchen has gorgeous granite, solid wood cabinets, a large pantry and a 6 foot center island with built in book shelves. The split bedroom plan features a large inside laundry, walk in closet in all bedrooms and crown molding throughout. The master features a large shower, double granite sinks and tons of storage. You will probably spend most of your time on the large screened deck with a ramp for easy access. The peaceful atmosphere of this home will take you away! Make this one yours!! G4693076. $79,900. Please call Lena Williams at 352-636-4488. The peaceful atmosphere of this home will take you away! PAL REALTYA must see!!Former model home!! Access to private Golfview neighborhood pool!! New kitchen!! No expense spared!! New white staggered cabinetry, new corian counters, new appliances!! New laminate wood oors, new carpet, new paint, open front porch, vaulted ceilings, living room, dining room, kitchen features new white staggered cabinets, built in microwave, corian counters, pantry, breakfast nook, 1.5 car garage. No lawn mower needed! Lawn maintained village of golf view! Master suite features large walk-in closet, dual vanity sinks and walk-in shower. The guest bedroom has the guest bath nearby. Convenient inside laundry room, custom window treatments, central stereo system, screened lanai with new acrylic sliding windows. Other features include ceiling fans, cable outlets, irrigation system with timer, low monthly association fees and quarterly lawn maintenance fees. Priced in the low 100s. The Plantation at Leesburg is a resident owned active adult gated golf and tennis community with 2 manned gates, a 3rd is monitored plus a roving patrol. On site restaurant, 2 golf courses with equity memberships available, 3 clubhouses, 3 pools, full time activity directors, 100+ activities per week, state of the art tness centers, walking and biking trails & a 30-45 minute drive to all Orlando attractions. Stop by or call the sales ofce for your personal tour of this home and the facilities. Our ofce is located in Plantation Plaza, PAL Realty, 25327 US Hwy 27, Suite 202, Leesburg, FL 34748 (352) 326-3626. See more pictures of #1557 on our web site 30-45 minute drive to all Orlando attractions.


C4 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 The Life Youve Waited Your Whole Life For... START LIVING THE LIFE! Something for Everyone!! Let Us Find Your Dream Home! OPEN CONCEPT! Huge living room open to the kitchen, large snack bar/island, separate formal dining room, 2/2, den, oversized garage, workshop or GOLF CART SPACE. PARK-LIKE SETTING! 190S #1559NICE BACKYARD VIEWS! Rocking chair front porch, 2/2, 1.5CG, eat -in kitchen, formal dining room with a dividing wall to the living room. NEW KITCHEN CABINETRY & FLOORING! 130S #1557 TROPICAL POOL! Upgraded 2/2, den, great room open to kitchen & large nook, built-in media center, rounded corners, double garage. FEEL LIKE YOU ARE IN THE ISLANDS! UNDER 200! #1543 CONSERVATION LOT! 2/2, nice size kitchen, formal dining space, many closets and storage space, double carport, cart garage with overhead door. FABULOUS FLORIDA ROOM! 80S G4698703 SEASONAL & LONG TERM RENTALS AVAILABLE OFFICE HOURS MON-SAT: 9-5SUN: BY APPT.25327 US Hwy. 27 Ste. 202, Leesburg, Fl. 34748(352) 326-3626 ~ (800) UNDER CONTRACT Celebrating 15 years building FloridasFinest Pools.When ordinary is not enough. t, FL 34711Clermont's only display pool!CPC #1456789 a closet or where furniture is placed tightly against an outside wall. Mold needs three things to survive and grow: water, warmth and a food source. Your drywall is an ideal food source because the paper on both sides of the drywall contains cellulose, the basis of all paper. If you see mold on the room side of the drywall, there is a 90 percent chance there is a larger area of growth on the backside of the drywall in the dark, often-damp recesses of the homes structure. By cleaning the mold, you are adding water to the already affected area, thereby aiding in the growth and expansion of the mold problem. I often hear stories of homeowners using household bleach to clean mold, but bleach only adds to the problem. According to the Clorox Company, Regular Clorox bleach contains water, sodium hypochlorite, sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, sodium hydroxide and sodium polyacrylate, in descending order of concentration. Therefore, do not use bleach to clean away mold. Because the bedroom oor is lower than the other rooms in the home, the oors are closer to the damp soils of the crawlspace and I would assume the room is on the northwest side of the home. The northwest is the coldest side of the home, where condensation forms in colder months. As the soils under the oors dry, they release warm moisture-laden air that nds its way to the wall cavities of the bedroom. The moisture-laden air condensates and feeds the mold on both sides of the wall. My solution would be to rst locate the electrical wiring inside the walls so that you do not accidentally cut the wires. Next, use a drywall saw to remove the affected drywall, discarding it outside of the home. Remove damp or moist wall insulation and any vaporbarrier materials you encounter. Allow the wall cavity to dry before replacing the insulation and drywall. MOLD FROM PAGE C2 SEE DRYWALL | C5


SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 C5 LARGE PHOTOS ON SunBeltHomeSales.comLARGE PHOTOS ON SunBeltHomeSales.comLARGE PHOTOS ON SunBeltHomeSales.comLARGE PHOTOS ON CHARMING COTTAGE LIKE HOME. FURNISHED. BONUS ROOM CAN BE USED AS EXTRA BEDROOM. WATERFRONT COMMUNITY. LARGE 3/2 HOME WITH DREAM KITCHEN. OPEN FLOOR PLAN. NEW APPLIANCES. INSIDE LAUNDRY. BRICK PATIO. LIKE NEW 2/2 PALM HARBOR HOME. TAPE & TEXTURED WALLS. INSIDE LAUNDRY. MANY UPGRADES. LOCATED IN ACTIVE SENIOR COMMUNITY. CLEAN 2/2 HOME WITH FRESH PAINT, NEW CARPET & SPLIT FLOOR PLAN. PRIVATE BACK YARD. LOW FEES OF $217. LOCATED IN WATERFRONT GATED COMM. ON HAINES CREEK. LOVELY 2/2 HOME IN MOVE IN CONDITIN. CALL TO VIEW YOUR NEW HOME. LOW LOT FEES. THE PERFECT WEEKEND GET-A-WAY PACKAGE. ON LAKE GRIFFIN. 2/1 HOME ON CORNER LOT. LARGE FL ROOM. EXIT REALTY TRI-COUNTY MOUNT DORA 385-3948 THE VILLAGES 633-7011 (EXIT) $7,500LAKESIDE VILLAGE This cozy 1/1 home is ready for the right retiree. New oak cabinets, countertops, appliances and oors.10x20 Florida room adds a nice touch to Florida living! All furniture except bedroom suits and grandfather clock stay with home. You need to look at the inside to see the true beauty of this home.Call Jack Voller 352-552-2186 $16,995PALM RIDGE MOBILE VILLAGEBeautiful 3/2, split plan home in great community!! Wood burning replace in living room is centrally located. New laminate and linoleum ooring through out living room and kitchen. Inside laundry. Kitchen has lots of storage with newer appliances. Handicap accessible home. Community has heated pool, community center with lots of activities.Call Jack Voller 352-552-2186 $9,900MID FLORIDA LAKESDont pass up this nice 2 bedroom 2 bath doublewide home!! Laminate wood, tile and carpet through out with tiled countertops in bath and kitchen. Lots of closet space and storage in bedrooms with upgrades in master bath. Nicely furnished and ready for you to move in. Priced to sell quickly at $9,900.Call Paul Harris 810-347-2941 $131,900Immaculate 3 bed 2 bath home. Upgraded appliances in kitchen with Corian countertops and Oak cabinets. Corian countertops and Oak cabinets in bath with Jacuzzi tub in master bath. French doors lead to covered and tiled lanai. Large garage with side entrance. Beautifully landscaped yard with privacy fence. Great neighborhood with little trafc makes this home ideal for anyone and everyone.Call Jaret Whitney 352-385-3948 $14,500PALM RIDGE MOBILE VILLAGEThis pristine 2/1 is located on a corner lot in a great active community. Frenchdoors welcome you to this beautiful home. New sub oors and wood laminate in kitchen, dining and bathrooms along with carpet in bedrooms and living room. Kitchen has been updated with new bottom cabinets and counter tops. Call Jack Voller 352-552-2186 $260,000Located near the Ocala National Forest. This large 3 bed/2 bath, pool home has it all! Sits on 17 +/acres with a pond. Bring your horses and belongings to enjoy the serenity of the country lifestyle. Call Logan Wilson 352-516-6330 $17,900CORLEY COURT MOBILE HOME PARK. This home has a lot of add-ons with a lot of space. Kitchen has plenty if cabinet space with inside laundry room. Beautiful laminate and carpet ooring, large windows thru out, nice enclosed porch and small ofce make up this beautiful home. 5x8 shed for storage with a wonderful back yard and shade tree to sit under, relax and enjoy the view. Call Paul Harris $12,900LAKES AT LEESBURGVery nice 27x28 home is ideal for 1 person. Large rooms. Newer a/c, roof and vinyl siding, driveway and bathroom. Home in Lakes of Leesburg and close to shopping. Park has club house, heated pool and golf course. Owner needs 30 days or less possession. Call Paul Harris 810-347-2941 $19,900 MID FLORIDA LAKESThis wonderful home is being offered at a very nice price, including some nice furniture. Has nice ooring. Like new, built in 2002.DONT MISS OUT ON THIS HOMECall Paul Harris 810-347-2941$12,900MID FLORIDA LAKESVery clean and updated 2 bedroom 2 bath home for sale. PRICED TO SELL!! Will not last long. Turn Key ready to move in. Close to clubhouse and poolsCall Paul Harris 810-347-2941 Wearing a painters mask and rubber gloves, go into the crawlspace to inspect the oor joists and oor decking for mold. Use a wire brush to remove any mold found on the wood surfaces. Severe cases of mold growth in a crawlspace will require a treatment performed by a moldremediation contractor. Add a 6-mil-thick plastic ground-cover vapor barrier over the entire crawlspace oor to restrict moisture migration. If water in the crawlspace is an ongoing problem, a foundation drainage system needs to be installed. What I am advising you to do is to eliminate the water and moisture source that feeds the mold. In more severe cases of mold growth, a dehumidier is temporarily installed in the crawlspace to alleviate the humidity problems and allow the wood-oor system to dry. The mold will always be there in the wood, but when dry, it goes dormant. Wood is considered dry when it contains less than 19 percent moisture by content.Dwight Barnett is a certied master inspector. Contact him at C. Dwight Barnett, Evansville Courier & Press, P.O. Box 268, Evansville, IN 47702 or barnett@ DRYWALLCONTINUED FROM C4


C6 SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 LOCATION: Lady Lake FEATURES: Bonus room with built in deck. Enclosed lanai LISTING PRICE: $189,000 SELLING PRICE: $16,000 LISTING OFFICE: Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes, Inc. LOCATION: 11311 Harder Road, Clermont FEATURES: 5BR/3BA 3,187 sq. ft. Beautiful home in Shorewood Park. Sits on canal that leads to Lake Minnehaha. Full in law suite upstairs. Boat house is large enough for pontoon boat. LISTING PRICE: $249,000 SELLING PRICE: $240,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Ryan Heitman, Micki Blackburn Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Donna Wall, Coldwell Bankers,Tony Hubbard Realty Inc. LOCATION: 33324 Irongate Drive, Leesburg FEATURES: 3BR/2BA Lovely home located in Stonegate at Silver Lake. Immaculate home, large kitchen, center island, closet pantry and so much more. Community Inground pool. LISTING PRICE: $135,000 SELLING PRICE: $130,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kim Ducharme, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Kim Ducharme, Morris Realty & Investments. LOCATION: 1122 Heather Glen Drive, Minneola FEATURES: 3BR/2BA w/ 1,825 sq. ft. Freshly painted inside and out, new ooring, stainless steel appliances. LISTING PRICE: $154,900 SELLING PRICE: $156,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Brandie Mathison-Klein, Keller Williams Homestead Realty. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Vicki Thomas, Coldwell Banker Tony Hubbard RE LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Close to Florida Turnpike. 2BR/2BA LISTING PRICE: $39,999 SELLING PRICE: $39,999 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Florida room, screen room, golf cart shed, eat-in kitchen. LISTING PRICE: $15,900 SELLING PRICE: $10,500 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Beverley Nichols, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Grand Island FEATURES: Newer ooring, bathrooms, and xtures. Many upgrades. LISTING PRICE: $4,249 SELLING PRICE: $3,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Taresa Williams, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Taresa Williams, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: 2 screen porches, lamiante wood ooring, 2 car carport, fenced yard. LISTING PRICE: $42,900 SELLING PRICE: $40,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kevin Ducharme, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Linda Biggs, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: NW 26th St Lot 42 The Preserve at Oak Hill FEATURES: Approximately 11+/acres. Located in the The Preserve at Oak Hill. 3 to 4 board fencing, room to expand, plus 30 +/riding trails. Horse Lovers Dream Come True. LISTING PRICE: $89,900 SELLING PRICE: $87,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Theresa Morris, Morris Realty & Investments. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Judy Petkewicz, Allison James Estates & Homes. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Florida room with Thermopane windows. Deep carport. LISTING PRICE: $25,900 SELLING PRICE: $23,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Linda Guglielmo, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: Nice corner lot. Glassed 12x30 sun room with A/C. Large shed. LISTING PRICE: $37,900 SELLING PRICE: $32,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 13998 CR 751, Webster FEATURES: 3BR/2BA 1,408 sq. ft. Gorgeous Florida Cracker Style house on 10 acres. 3 pole barns and shed. Large above ground salt pool. LISTING PRICE: $180,000 SELLING PRICE: $180,000 LISTING & SELLING AGENTS & OFFICES: Dale Odom & Mike Lovett, Micki Blackburn Realty Inc. LOCATION: 4410 Canopy Ct, Kissimmee FEATURES: 4 BR/2.5BA 2,847 sq. ft. Pictureaque home @ Banyan Cove At Cypress Woods. On cul-de-sac with private backyard. LISTING PRICE: $144,900 SELLING PRICE: $144,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Robert Lyles, Micki Blackburn Realty Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Judy Huff, Watson Realty Corp. LOCATION: Belleview FEATURES: Inside laundry, painted driveway. LISTING PRICE: $43,500 SELLING PRICE: $39,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Kari Slade, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Kari Slade, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION:Wildwood FEATURES: Fireplace, Florida room, inside laundry, 2 sheds, patio, carport LISTING PRICE: $59,900 SELLING PRICE: $55,000 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Jerry Byrd, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: 36239 Brendenshire, Grand Island FEATURES: Beautiful 3BR/3BA pool home on cul-de-sac LISTING PRICE: $135,000 SELLING PRICE: $137,500 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: Tammy King, ERA Tom Grizzard Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Norman Hunter, Bar bara L Johnson Realty Inc. LOCATION: Wildwood FEATURES: Eat-in breakfast nook, Florida room, roof-over LISTING PRICE: $32,900 SELLING PRICE: $20,000 LISTING & SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. AGENT & OFFICE: Colleen Kramer, Four Star Homes Inc. LOCATION: Leesburg FEATURES: 3 bedrooms. Waterfront with deck and dock. Wood burning Fireplace. LISTING PRICE: $19,900 SELLING PRICE: $15,900 LISTING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc. SELLING AGENT & OFFICE: June Bartke, Four Star Homes Inc.PROPERTY TRANSFERS


SOUTH LAKE PRESS Wednesday, October 2, 2013 / DAILY COMMERCIAL Friday, October 4, 2013 C7 352-394-6611 CHECK OUT OUR NEW OWNER FINANCING PROGRAMS 2/2 with just under 1500 sq. ft. of living. Fenced in 2+/acres. G4694291 3/2 on a corner lot with a one car carport. Located in Lake Panasoffkee. G4693173 352-793-8084 Property is completely fenced with paved road frontage. G4696031 352-793-8084 This would make a great weekend retreat. Fenced backyard with a utility shed. G4649064 352-793-8084 Just Reduced!!!! 3/2 with just over 1440 sq. ft. Located near Sugar Loaf Mountain area. Being Sold AS IS. G4693520 3/2 in the country, but just a short distance to town. The seller is helping with closing costs. G4698198 352-793-8084 This 3/2 has an in-law suite is situated on an acre corner lot. No HOA. G4697844 3/2 on 5 acres with 1 acre of blueberries planted. This can be a very lucrative business. G4684064 352-793-8084 3/2 with nearly 1500 sq. ft. Nice Stone Fireplace. Lots of Charm! G4696704 4/1 in town location. All within walking distance to the stores. Close to Hwy 50/27. G4693555 2/1 on 3.5 acres. There is a room to put a 3rd mobile home on this property. G4691807 352-793-8084 3/2 with over 1300 sq. ft of living. Plenty of room to roam. Partially fenced yard. 2 car carport. G4687066 2/1 home on the Clermont Chain. Large spacious great room and a 30x10 screened porch. Covered boat lift. G4695837 3/2 home featuring an AIR CONDITIONED 2 Car Garage! Spacious front & back yard. G4696925 3/2 Duplex with a 1 car garage on each side. Located within minutes to hwy 27 & 50. G4696621 This 3/2 has golf course views. Located near the rear gate. G4698057 Nice 3/2 with almost 1800 sq. ft. Wood laminate in all living areas. Wood burning Fireplace. G4698381 17 Acres of beautiful pasture land. 2/2 home with 3 out buildings. G4693208 352-793-8084 The home also features a formal living/dining room. G4697497 This property would be perfect for the Horse Lover!! This 3/2 has all the upgrades. Beautiful custom kitchen. G4698888 This 3/2 has over 2,000 sq. ft with a spacious kitchen. G4697882 Spacious 3/2.5 with over 2500 sq. ft of living. G4697289 This home was built in 2011. Features include screened in porch and fenced in back yard. G4697974 5/3 with over 3200 sq. ft of living. 2 stall horse barn and a 30x40 metal building with electric. G4695022 352-793-8084 4/2 with nearly 2700 sq. ft. of living. Gated 1 acre lot with towering oak trees. G4687345 2/2 on almost 3 acres on Lake Louisa. New boat dock with several slips. G4697346 5/3/2 with just under 5000 sq. ft. of living. Swimming pool and spa with a burn pit. 6 stall horse barn with a small apt. G4692769 352-793-8084 Home Builders personal custom built 5/3 two half baths, with over 4,000 sq. ft. of living. Direct Lakefront with pool & spa, private boat dock with lift. Two master suites. Gorgeous kitchen! G4695717 5/4 with just under 6,000 sq. ft. of living. This has 3 stall stable with a tack room & feed room. Fenced & Cross Fenced. G4689932 2.5 square acre. Bring your own builder. Enjoy country living at its nest! G4658578 352-793-8084 Beautiful high & dry lot surrounded by executive homes. G4602338 352-793-8084 Bring your own builder. Seller offering OWNER FINANCING. Lot # 15. G4693489 All lots have large concrete pads with water, electric and sewer. Club House & pool. G4680121 352-793-8084 8+/acres on a nice paved road. No deed restrictions. G4678504 Located on a canal leading to Lake Louisa of the Clermont Chain. Lot dimensions are 80x400. No HOA. G4672964 Plenty of room to farm or bring your toys, boats, RVs etc. Endless possibilities!! G4690536 352-793-8084 Affordable Hwy frontage property zoned C-1. The lot is 100x100. G4657330 Built in 2005 Two 3/2 w/1100 sq. ft. of living. Both sides have a 1 car garage. G4636944 Zoned C-1 with a 4,000 sq. ft. +/building. This property can be split into 2 parcels (1+/acre). Priced to Sell!!! G4695513 This lot is 2.30 acres with electrical on property. G4683923 4 Apartment rentals in the Downtown historic district of Clermont. Owner motivated! G4695512 VACANT LAND VACANT LAND VACANT LAND VACANT LAND VACANT LAND VACANT LAND VACANT LAND COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL COMMERCIALWE HAVE BUYERS!!!! WE NEED LISTINGS!!!! CALL US TODAY FOR A MARKET ANAYLSIS ON YOUR HOME OR PROPERTY. 4/3/1 radiates elegance & serenity. A spacious over size lot with beautiful views of Lake Minnehaha. G4696835 Affordable lot. Bring your own builder. No HOA fees!!! Lot dimensions 190x90. G4698066 VACANT LAND