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The news-sun
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News-sun (Sebring, Fla.)
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SPECIAL TO THE NEWS-SUN SEBRING The Sebring Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) invites everyone to celebrate Music Mania month in Downtown Sebring during the month of September. Nine concerts and music-related events are scheduled in Downtown Sebring during the month, as well as merchant specials. Live music at Circle Park 6-9 p.m.; beer festival tickets are $25 each in advance and $30 at gate. Visit www.ChildrensMuseumOfTheHighlands.org for details. The event, which starts at 2 p.m., will feature speakers Ted Moore and Judge Angela Cowden and live music By Asia Gilroy and TJ Mercer. Visit www. CircleTheatreofSebring.org. Enjoy acoustic music with NEWS-SUN Highlands Countys Hometown Newspaper Since 192750 Young Streaks victorious over Vero ChiefsA9 VOL. 95 NO. 99 Renovated Olympic open for diningA6 www.newssun.comWednesday-Thursday, August 27-28, 2014 An Edition of the Sun SEBRING B1 Partly sunny and totally hot High 94 Low 74 Details on B14 ................... B8 Clubs .......................... B3 Dear Abby ....................... B6 Friends & Neighbors .... B7 Obituaries .................. A6 Lottery Numbers .......... A4 NASCAR This Week A10 Sports ......................... A9 Sudoku Puzzle............. B6 Good Morning ToMillie Havlock Thanks for reading! BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING If you thought the Tour of Sebring brings a lot of cyclists to Highlands County every year, just wait: This year could break the record of 600. Last year had 516 riders, said Bob Bennett, co-director of the bike events. So far, 417 have signed up for the Labor Day weekend event, and with good weather, they could have 30 percent of their riders walk in that weekend instead of pre-registering. Its way up there in recent years, Bennett said. Now in its 32nd year, the Tour of Sebring is already one of the states biggest bicycle rides, a trait Bennett attributes to good sight lines, lower traf c and friendly motorists. The event is hosted by both Highlands Pedalers and Kenilworth Lodge. The vast majority are courteous and careful around us, Bennett said. One reason people come here is because its a relatively friendly place to be. The scenic countryside is another reason. Riders have their pick of four routes each day, from 2030 miles up to 62 miles (called a metric century) and 100 miles (called a century). Rides leave about 10 Tour of Sebring could set record Courtesy photoRecreational riders head out en masse on Arbuckle Creek Road during the 2013 Tour of Sebring cycling event. This years event is expected to bring a record crowd of up to 600 riders. Scenic rides and friendly motorists could attract more than 600 cyclists to 32nd annual eventSeptember is Music Mania Month in Sebring BY BARRY FOSTER NEWS-SUN CORRESPONDENT SEBRING For those who like to eat and like a variety of choices, the Lowes in Sebring may be the place to be on Friday, Sept 5. It will be the rst in a series of food truck rallies featuring a number of local mobile vendors. We have ve right now, said organizer Charles Butcher. Butchers van, better known as the Loa n Around Cafe is a xture at the home improvement store on U.S. 27, and was one of the participants earlier this year at Tampa at the Worlds Largest Food Food truck rally slated for Sebring BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER SEBRING Robert Goldstein has been cleared by Sebring police in a wreck that took the life of another driver and his wife last Halloween. Cmdr. Steve Carr said police have completed their investigation and found no evidence or witness testimony to contradict what Goldstein, a local doctor, told police the day of the wreck: That another car cut him off on Driver cleared in fatal wreckTwo died in crash on Halloween of last year SEE TOUR | A6SEE WRECK | A6SEE MUSIC | A7SEE RALLY | A7 Election results online at www.newssun.com 100-plus Corvette caravan leaves Sebring on way to Kentucky BY BARRY FOSTER NEWS-SUN CORRESPONDENT SEBRING The Sebring International Raceway has a long history with Americas Sportscar. Since the marque made its rst appearance at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1956, Corvette has racked up an impressive list of wins with an equally notable list of drivers. It culminated in 2012 as Corvette was inducted into the Sebring Hall of Fame. More recently, Corvette has been the of cial pace car of Americas Oldest Sports Car Endurance Race, leading more laps around the storied 3.72mile circuit than many of the top contenders. The past couple of days, the National Corvette Caravan has been camped out at the track, with more than 100 different participants taking parade laps and hot laps around the circuit. Its the Florida kickoff party, said caravan spokeswoman Carrie Delon. We rented the track for the entire day on Tuesday. Katara Simmons/News-SunMore than 100 Corvettes spent Tuesday at Sebring International Raceway and were planned to drive through Sebring at 7 a.m. this morning on their way to Kentucky.SEE 100 | A6 :4,ycZ !r .1a oween PartyM, 7W..41_VM'IVcY/ IFAMUI .c\6 SFe 9jo,>r0 fl SefrizgMANIA5mber Conc

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www.newssun.comWednesday, August 27, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A3 rf ntb n frf ntb rf ntb rf tn rfrnnrtbb 30586443069911 rfntb50474694 rfntbbrbbrCallforinformation! 4514HammockRd. Sebring,FL33872863-382-1188 3078712 WeareanHGTV HomeRetail Showroom! ohSrw!moo rfr nf tbrff nf r r f nntrbtnbn283U.S.27NorthVillageFountainPlaza Sebring,FL33870 rfr863-471-BULB U 382N 72 .S.ro htVF egallinuoazalP niat rfr fn U 382N 72 .S.ro htVF egallinuoazalP niat rfr rfr Mon.-Fri.:8-5 Afterhours: Byappointment only 3070737 rfntbrrfntbrfntbnnrb 3065659 rfnr rf tb ntbfftftrfnttfbfb rfnt f rfntbrr tt 3075134 http//:www.newssun.com The News-Sun (USPS 487-900 ISSN 10748342) is published every Sunday, Wednesday & Friday by Sun Coast Media Group, 200 E. Venice Ave., Venice, FL 34285. Pe riodical postage paid at Lakeland, FL and additional entr y ofce(s). All material contained herein is the property of the News-Sun, which is an afliate of Sun Coast Media Group. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without the writ ten permission of the publisher. All material submitted for publication becomes the property of the ne wspaper and ma y be edited for clarity and space, as well as re printed, published and used in all media. P ostmaster : Send address change to: News-Sun, 2227 U.S. 27 South, Sebring, FL 33870.COMMITMENT TO A ccC C UR A cC YThe News-Sun promptly corrects errors of fact appearing in its ne ws stories. If you belie ve we have made an error, call the news room at (863) 385-6155, ext. 516. If you ha ve a question or comment about coverage, write to Scott Dressel, editor, 2227 U.S. 27 South, Sebring, FL 33870; email editor@newssun.com.; or call (863) 385-6155. OO FFI cC E Location: 2227 U.S. 27 South, Sebring, FL 33870 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon day-Friday Phone: (863) 385-6155 Main F ax: (863) 385-1954SUB scSC RIPTION R ATE sS Home 12 mos. Tax Total $72.22 $5.06 $77.28 In Florida mail 12 mos. 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OO BITUARIE sS ANAN D AA N NOUN cC EMEN T sS Email all obituaries and death notices to obits@newssun.com Email all other announcements to editor@newssun.com PP LA cC E A C LA ssSS IF IE dD AdAD From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. M-F (863) 385-6155, ext. 505 or (863) 314-9876 RETAILRETAIL AdAD VERTI sS IN GMitch Collins, 863-386-5626 mitch.collins@newssun.com Vickie Watson, 863-386-5631 vickie.watson@newssun.com Terri Lee, 863-386-5628 terri.lee@newssun.com Nix Wellons, 863-465-2522 nwellons@lakeplacidjournal.net Kim Browning, 863-385-6155 kim.browning@newssun.com LL EGAL AdAD VERTI sS IN GJanet Emerson 385-6155, ext. 596 legals@newssun.com NN EW sS ROOM Call 385-6155 Scott Dressel, Editor, ext. 516 or scott.dressel@newssun.com Phil Attinger, Staff Writer, ext. 541 or phil.attinger@newssun.com Dan Hoehne, Sports Editor, ext. 528 or daniel.hoehne@news sun.com Katara Simmons, Photographer, ext. 538 or katara.simmons@ newssun.com. GLEN NN ICKERSON President glen.nick erson@newssun.com 385-6155, ext. 536 RR OMON aA W aA SHIN gG TON Publisher and Executive Editor romona.w ashington@newssun.com 385-6155, ext. 515 NEWS-SSUnN Highlands Countys Hometown Newspaper Since 1927 MCTBobbie Bean is trying to get Representative Cary Pigman to sponsor a bill that would mandate security cameras on school buses. He is collecting signatures on a petition that he will send to Pigman.I know school buses are a big sore spot for bullying.Bobbie Bean anti-bulling advocate BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER AVON PARK Now that hes spoken to people in Highlands County, Bobbie Bean wants to speak to members of the Flor ida Legislature about having sev er al security cameras on school buses B ean spoke at the senior center on Sebring Parkway, and was told 500 people come thr ough there every week during the winter resident season. If thats true, he hopes he can get enough signatures on petitions to convince Representative Cary Pigman to sponsor an amendment to Flori das anti-bullying law. M y goal is to tighten up on the bully law, B ean said. It may take many years. It might be a stretch, Bean said. He knows Pigman is already sponsoring a full slate of bills this session, so adding one would mean foregoing an other. S till, B ean hopes to make his case in favor of requiring more than one camera and strong protocols for retaining and cataloging video records, especially af ter an incident. I kno w school buses are a big sore spot for bullying, Bean said. Thats because his son, Matthew then 14 boarded his school bus at 7:45 / a.m. Sept. 3, 2002, and was in a local emergency room approximately three hours later, suf fering from internal bleeding fr om being repeatedly hit in the head by another student. The family eventually learned through their son and his brother that the incident start ed on the bus. N o one could tell me who the (security) tape belongs to after an incident, Bean said. Ofcials with the Highlands Coun ty Sheriffs Ofce and S tate A ttorneys Ofce also told Bean at the time that the alleged assailant had already been processed thr ough the system, charged with a misdemeanor and suspended for ve days. H is son had to be hospitalized and still suffers post-traumatic stress disorder, Bean said. B ean said the stress caused he and his wife to divorce. He lives apart from his family, but hopes to keep ghting bully ing and its effects on childr en, families and communities. Ive got a good 25 years I can spend in Tallahassee, Bean said.Bean starts petition to mandate cameras on all school buses The news is just a click away!www.newssun.com NEWS-SUN LJ V % HHLI VPublix.vHeartlandnal Bank.. .4il-i..j.'--

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www.newssun.comWednesday, August 27, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A5 NEWS-SSUnN Highlands Countys Hometown Newspaper Since 1927Romona Washington Publisher publisher@newssun.com Scott Dressel Editor editor@newssun.com VIEWPOINTS OUR VIEW YOUR VIEWSWe are only days away from the ofcial end of summer. The three-day Labor Day weekend kicks off Saturday and the News-Sun and News-Journal urge caution on several fronts. We dont want to play the role of pessimist or be seen as overly cautious, but Labor Day brings with it certain challenges. Take extra care when traveling, of course. Highway safety statistics al ways point to higher numbers of traf c accidents, injuries and deaths on long holiday w eekends More time to play gives people more time to make a bad decision and get behind the wheel when they shouldnt. That same caution extends to the water. More than 100 named lakes in the county means we have that many opportunities to make the most of rec reation on and in the water. That, too, brings r isk. We have escaped an entire summer without a drowning death (knock on wood) and were within range of closing the summer season on a positive note. Simple rules ap ply: if youre boating, make certain ev eryone aboard has a life preserver and obeys the basic r ules of boating safety ; and if youre swimming, never swim alone, keep an eye on fellow swim mers, be alert for signs of distress. The sw eltering heat of late August keeps many of us indoors until eve ning when the sun starts to set in the west and the ther mometer starts to fall. Late evening strolls and leisurely time on the porch or patio are favorite pasttimes once the grueling near100-degree temperatures fall back to the balmy low 80s. But those much-more-comfortable evening hours are when mosquitos typically swarm. And that means one more reason to be on guard. High lands County Health Department of cials reported the rst local case of Chikungunya fev er this w eek. Report edly, an unnamed 67-year-old Lake P lacid man contr acted the mosquitoborne disease on a recent trip to the Dominican Republic. Chikungunya fever is rarely fatal. That cant be said of the West Nile vi rus, and three chickens in central Flor ida have tested positive for the potentially fatal disease. H ealth ofcials say the best people can do is to take normal precautions against mosquito bites. The best ad vice includes covering the skin with clothing or r epellent and dr aining standing water to stop mosquitoes from multiplying. It only takes a small amount of standing water to create a breeding place for mosquitos. Were not saying all this to make you stay inside and miss out on the Labor Day weekend fun. We just want you to as Sgt. Phil Esterhaus warned on every episode of Hill Street Blues way back in the prehistoric 1980s be careful out there.Glen Nickerson President glen.nickerson@newssun.com J oO IN THE C ON vV ER SA tT I oO NLetters to the editor should be 250 words or less. We reserve the right to edit letters for length, content, clarity and libel. Submission of a let ter does not guarantee publication. All letters should include name, ad dress and phone number. Anonymous letters will be rejected. Two letters per month per writer are allowed. Guest columns may be submitted once a month. All letters and guest col umns are the opinion of the writer not necessar ily those of the News-Sun staf f. Submissions can be made via two methods:ONLINEAt http://www.newssun. com/site/forms/ or email editor@newssun.comMAIL/DR oO P O FF2227 U.S. 27 South, Se bring, Fla., 33870Hey, lets be careful out there PP olice officers i n schoolGov. Scott said the state will pay to have law ofcers in the schools. Now Highlands County should have a county campus police department. The peo ple would be trained at the same place the deputies ar e but they would concentrate on juvenile law and juvenile crimes. They would not need other tr aining that the deputies get, like felons, trafc enforcement, domestic violence, etc. They could be paid less than deputies By creating the campus police department it would free up the depu ties and city police ofcers to be put on patrol and per for m the duties they were trained for instead of being in school all day This would be a benet to the sheriff and city police also the r esidents of Highlands C ounty and cost less for the school board. If a felony occurred in school, a deputy could be called to handle it.JOHN TU tT HILL SebringSo Friday evening I did what I normally do when Im bored out of my mind. I took a peek at my Facebook page. Lo and behold, Vickie Watson, one of our sales reps, had issued me an ice bucket challenge. Little did she know, but I had already de cided a couple of weeks earlier that if someone issued a challenge to me, I would not be a willing participant. Mostly because if Im going to donate I will do so on my o wn and without fanfare. I acknowledged the challenge and moved on still not intending to participate, but willing to sit down and write a check. Then Saturday morning I talked to Lisa Hicks Waggoner to get the sto ry about her challenge in memory of her dad, Cly de It wasnt just a challenge that she made, but one that was also made b y her emplo yees and several of her family and friends. I heard the passion in her voice and listened closely to how she described her dads life in those last two y ears after being diagnosed with ALS. It wasnt until then that I actually considered doing the ice bucket challenge Then M onday morning, after I had set a plan in motion to do the challenge, I learned from one of my very dear est fr iends that her brother-inlaw had passed away from ALS the night before. There was no backing down now. I had already told Vickie that since she had issued the challenge, she would have to be the one to dump the ice water on me. Despite her pleading me to not make her do it, I stepped to her desk Monday afternoon at about 4:55 / p .m. and asked her where she wanted me to go. She grudgingly went to get a big bowl of water and ice and joined me out in front of the ofce. As we started, I ex plained my position all of it. I explained ho w I was tempted to walk away and not look back but because of Lisas story and the loss in Missys family, I stepped up to the challenge O nly a few seconds into the explanation, Mitch Collins tells me he doesn t think the phone is recording anything so we switch phones and complete the challenge. Well, guess what, my phone was re cording the challenge, but when we switched to M itch s phone, his didnt record anything. So, theres no proof that I fullled my end of the challenge. There were several witnesses, so youll just have to take my word for it. Ill end this column in the same way I did the video. I challenge all of my Facebook friends to accept the challenge and make a donation. If not to ALS, to the charity of their choice. And Ill make it one better. You dont have to tell anyone about it. After all, thats the way were supposed to give ... with a loving heart (Phillipians 2:3). ALS isnt the only group that will benet from my ice bucket chal lenge, but at least I can say I stepped u p.Romona Washington is publisher and exec utive editor of the New-Sun and News-Jour nal. She can be reached at 863-385-6155, Ext. 515 or at publisher@newssun.com. Accepting the challenge AT R aA NDOMRomona Washington ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. ..................... ......................................... ........S4 r,,,J . II`` 1 CI V`gyp' I11A) F Mly 1/'%S3`7l a 0kfUNafED.'.

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A6 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com rffntbbbb rfbbrttbr ntbbbf fbt ntbttnrb3079076 riStore 712US27South LakePlacid,FL 863-699-1000 3076421 minutes apart: A short time period so riders can get going, but far enough apart to keep riders on shorter rides from accidentally following the pack for a longer r ide Event organizers work with the S ebr ing Police Department to have a patrol cr uiser blocking tr afc on Ridgewood Drive to help cyclists depart along with another cruiser to escort riders out of town. The bikes are out of town within 30 min utes and then dont sho w back up ex cept in little groups on their return. The roads we ride, once we get out of town, theres not so much trafc, Bennett said. Sebring Police Cmdr. Steve Carr said the cy clists regulate themselves very well. P olice ofcers hav e recently done some inhouse training with ofcers on bicycle trafc laws Ofcers alr eady knew the laws, Carr said, but its good to have refresher courses. What Carr wants to remind all motorists, and cyclists whether part of Tour of Sebring or running errands on two wheels motor ists should regard bicycles as vehicles, and bicy cles should act like v ehicles. That includes signaling turns and stops, obeying trafc control devices signs and lights and going with the o w of tr afc on the righthand side of the road. Bennett said Tour of Sebring cyclists already know these rules, but its good to remind people, just in case. TOUR FROM PAGE A A 1northbound U.S. 27 causing him to swerve his silver 2003 Jaguar sedan into a turn lane, hit a curb, enter the southbound lane and strike a silver 2001 Ford Focus sedan head-on The impact sent the Focus airborne moving violently back and forth, like when a sailsh is caught in the ocean and jumps out of the water, accord ing to one witness. The F ocus landed on the southbound shoulder in the driveway for Lake J ackson C ondos. Francis Gero, 58, died almost instantly behind the wheel. H is wife, Barbara, 54, died two days later at Lakeland Regional Medical C enter Two other southbound cars hit the Jaguar, spinning it around, but C arr said G oldstein originally told police the cause of the wreck was an unkno wn northbound car a minivan or small sportutility vehicle that cut him off. Police were unable to locate that car, but have now found that vehicle at fault for the wreck. It seems all the wit nesses were distracted or (the wreck) happened too fast to recall if ther e was or wasn t a phantom vehicle, Carr said. So, its an unknown to us. The two other dr iv ers involved in the wreck told police they didnt remember seeing the Ford Focus. Another two southbound driv ers who avoided the wr eck said they saw the Jaguar move fast through the turn lane, not slowing down, as it entered the southbound lanes. None of the southbound witnesses saw another nor thbound car with the Jaguar. Carr said Goldsteins phone records showed he was not texting or talking on the phone when the wreck occurred at 12:57 / p.m. Oct. 31, 2013. B lood tests also came back clean, with no alcohol or drugs in his system. A request for his lifetime driving record also sho w ed he had never had a citation issued to him, according to the nal r epor t. Police had hoped to get some useful infor mation from the Jaguars onboard engine contr ol module but it took until late March before police could nd an information technology expert who could download the data, Carr said. They then had to send that data to the Jaguar com pany in the United K ingdom to be trans lated. I t was tr anslated by early summer, but had no useful information, Carr said. WRECK FROM PAGE A A 1As part of the activities, drivers received tr ack instr uction from Skip Barber Racings Terry Earwood, with 12 Hours winner Andy Pilgrim giving hot lap tours of the 17-turn airport road course throughout Tuesday af ternoon. T oday more than 100 Corvettes will come from the track at 7 / a.m. make their way around the east side of Lake Jackson, then up U.S. 27 and exit Highlands County. A hundred or more Corvettes in a row. That is a beautiful sight, De leon said. O ur plan is to head up to the Okahumpka service plaza in Lake C ounty where well meet up with 20 or 30 more Corvettes, Deleon said. Then well car av an up to Acworth, Ga. Deleon said she had been advised that a number of individuals also planned to join the pr ocessional along the way. On Thurday, the group will leave Acworth with as many as 300. Their nal destination will be B owling G r een, Ky., home of the Corvette assembly plant and National Corvette Museum. These people are the ones you see with their cars on display at the big car shows, she said. These are pristine, beautiful cars, and now with our Track Days, they actually are taking the cars out on a race way. The T uesday experience apparently was a good one I have seen a lot of big smiles, she said. Terry Earwood has been a wonderful instructor. Hes a great speaker and an enter tainer. Not only does he teach people ho w to drive their cars at a per formance level, he does it while making y ou laugh. Deleon said there have been owners come from all over the state to participate in the event. We have people from the Keys, she said. One group drove in from Jacksonville on Monday so they would be here rst thing Tues day morning to take par t in the ev ent. 100 FROM PAGE A A 1 BY LARR YY GRIFFINStaff WriterAVON PARK After a four-day period closed for renovations, Olympic R estaur ant on U.S. 27 is open and serving customers again. The new look for the Avon Park landmark is complete with a new ceiling and oor, as well as a bar that was not there before, stocked with a full se lection of liquors, beers (bottled and dr aft) and wines. In addition, there are also all-new menu items fresh salads, some new appetiz ers, some seafood and new sandwiches and pastas I didnt change the menu, owner Maria Tsakalos said. I just added to it. I married the old and the new together. I wanted customers to feel this is the same place, but enjoy the new look. The walls were so old and we wanted to add a bar. Tsakalos said she was impressed with the speed at which the restaurant was renovated. They did it with the help of Or angewood Builders, based out of A v on Park. Olympic Restaurant was established in 1951 as Starlight, and in 1979, changed to the familiar Olympic Restaurant that cus tomers know today. This y ear, Tsakalos said they are gearing up for a 35-year anniversary for the restaurant. Though they hav e no plans y et, Tsakalos assured that all are welcome to come. Olympic Restaurant is at 504 U.S. 27. They can be r eached by phone at 863-4522700. Their hours are every day from 11 / a.m. to 9 / p .m. at 863-385-6155, Ext. Olympic Restaurant newly renovated, open for business35-year anniversary coming soon Olympic Restaurant waitress Denise Hall standing with a worker from Prestige Home Technologies, who helped to set up the buildings electrical equipment, at the restaurants newly-added bar area, which will serve a full stock of liquor and beer to customers. Olympic Restaurant customers George and Jan Vansickle were among the rst to come in on Saturday morning to eat at the newly-renovated building. GET YOUR LOCAL NEWS STRAIGHT FROM THE SOURCE r .of Avon Park Ur .r .r .r .r .r .rr L ir .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .r .Cya'`d xaC1o et

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www.newssun.comWednesday, August 27, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A7 rfntbbrb AmazingHomes, AordablePrices rf ntbrt fb $ 99,500 $490permonthMortgageRate4.25%30YearLoan PrincipleandInterestOnly 3067122 rf ntbbtf bbt rfntbnftnfntb btbbnt nbttbtnb tbbnrnrtnr 3079124 refreshments and art from 5-8 / p .m. Visit www.HighlandsArtLeague.org. Three free musical performances from 5-8 / p .m. Pete Rua no, who plays with the S hannon R eed Band; acoustic rock band TRACE; and The Andeeks Roadshow featuring Andy Starkey and fr iends Visit www. DestinationDowntownSebring.com. Create your musicthemed art with mu sic and wine. Painting starts at 6 / p.m. Cost is $35 per person. Visit www.HighlandsArtLeague.org. C ountry music with a air of southern rock and blues at Circle Park from 7-11 / p .m. Vis it www.SebringCruise. com. O ldies at their nest at Circle Park from 11 / a.m. to 4 / p .m. Gospel music starting at 6 / p.m. You must RSVP because seating is limited. Donations accepted. Call 863-4712228. A liv e musical the ater performance. Visit www .H ighlandsLittleTheatre.org.Merchant specialsScosta Supply & Interiors at 510 Maple Ave. is offer ing the chance to register to win a $20 iTunes gift card. Its free to enter and the winner selected Sept. 30. MUSIC FROM PAGE A A 1Truck Rally. This rst Highlands County event will begin small, but Butcher hopes to build it. I ts just a few of us this time for dinner at Lowes, he said. The fare will be widely varied, with the different vendors exer cising their specialties. F eatur ed will be bar becue as well as Amer ican, Puerto Rican and ev en F ilipino cuisine. Participants will include the F amous F lames BBQ, Sazon Boriqua, Northern Xposure, Good Aah and, of course the Loa n Around Cafe. B utcher said the r ally came together from some of his fr iends in the local food truck business looking for a place to gather and have a singular event. They all have ap proached me at one time or another and said Hey, lets put something together, he said. Butcher said he is willing to bring in outof-county vendors, but said there are plenty of operators here locally. Actually, there are 13 li censed food trucks or tr ailers in H ighlands County, but not all of them operate on a fulltime basis. As the series continues he hopes to include more. W ell do anoth er one here in front of Lo w es on Oct. 11. Then on Oct. 18 we will do one over in front of Petco. The money we raise there will go to help pet rescue and adoption, he said Butcher said the Lowes management embraced the idea of bringing more people onto their property. The general manag er told me his previous stor e had a food tr uck event every week and it was quite successful, Butcher said. This rst event will feature some familiar names as well as some of the vendors people have seen but may not have had a chance to sample. Many people know James Browns Fa mous Flames Barbecue from his location on East Cor nell Street in Avon Park. Butcher said he also has a popular mobile kitchen. H ell have chicken and ribs; even some rib burgers, Butcher said. Northern Xposure is a new food wagon, featuring fresh, less processed foods. Owners Larr y and Donna Williams said they cut and br ead their o wn onion rings, chicken tender strips and mozzarella sticks. Their fries ar e fr esh, hand cut and made with Idaho potatoes. They also make lighter far e such as fresh tossed salads, chicken speidi or shr imp Good Aah, owned and operated by Sebring resident Lim S hong G i, is a vendor featuring both Ameri can and Filipino fare. Ther e ar e wings and babyback ribs, as well as lechon kawali, lechon paksiw, dinuguan, beef kaldereta, o xtail kar e-kare and spring rolls. Reportedly, it took a bit of doing to get all the vendors together in the same place at the same time, but once things started to move forward, the schedule came together quickly. Butcher said his partic ipation in the Worlds Lar gest Food Truck Rally had given him insight on how to stage such an ev ent. H e also has stayed in touch with planner Jeremy Gomez, who staged that event in Tampa. He has been guiding me on this one to a de gree, he said. Those wanting mor e information can log into a Facebook page designed both for vendors and customers titled Heartland Food T r ucks. RALLY FROM PAGE A A 1 Barry Foster/News-SunThe Loan Around Cafe is regularly set up in the parking lot of the Lowes at 2050 U.S. 27 N. in Sebring. That is the site where the rst Highlands Food Truck Rally will be held Sept. 5.Well do another one here in front of Lowes on Oct. 11. Then on Oct. 18 we will do one over in front of Petco. The money we raise there will go to help pet rescue and adoption.Charles Butcher food truck rally organizer BY PHIL ATTINGER STAFF WRITER AVON PARK A couple came home Saturday to nd their son, who didnt have permission to enter their home without them, had broken in. So they had him ar rested. D aniel H unter Branca, 25, has been charged with bur glary at the couples home 3216 S awmill Trail in Avon P ar k proper ty damage equal to $1,000 or mor e to one of their vehicles, and grand theft of a shotgun. Daniel Branca told Highlands Coun ty Sheriffs deputies that the gun belonged to him, and that he kept it hidden in a suitcase as he mov ed from place to place. According to arrest reports, however, his mother said it was her fathers and she had given it to her husband. Reports said the couple ar rived at their home at appro ximately 5:40 / p .m. and found their son had entered their home without per mission and had emptied bags of his clothing around their television room. The father also found that his 20-gauge doublebarrel shotgun was missing. Reports said their son had behaved er ratically, so they left the home and locked themselv es in their vehicle. When they did that, the young man threatened to break the antenna off the vehicle, so they backed it down the driveway, reports said. Daniel Branca tan jumped on the cars hood, reports said, but eventually got off of it. As they continued to back down the driveway, the father saw his son pointing to the rear window of his work van, reports said. Deputies later found the vans rear window was bro ken and the passenger-side front door had dents in it. T otal damage was estimated at $1,000. D aniel B ranca re portedly told deputies he lived at the house all the time and other family members knew it. 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A8 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com GraveSideService 3067118 PAUL W. CONKLEPaul W. Conkle, 89, passed away Aug. 22, 2014, under hospice care at The Bud and Donna Somers Hospice House in Sebring. He was born in Wapa koneta, Ohio, on July 3, 1925, son of the late Dan iel R. and Susanna J. (Lear) Conkle.In 1943 he enlisted in the Army Air Corps during World War II. He was a member of the 344th bomb group serving in France, Belgium and Germany. After the war ended, he married Ruth E. Wood, who preceded him in death. In 1996 he married Christina (Kay) MacEach ern and she survives. Paul is also survived by his three children, Sue Cra mer of Findlay, Ohio; Carol (Richard) Sands of Val rico; and Richard Conkle of Pompano Beach; four grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, three step-children, Dale Waugh of Davisberg, Mich.; Dan Waugh of Holly, Mich.; and Marlene Alexander of Seattle; three step-grand children and two great step-grandchildren; sis ters Mary King of Kenton, Ohio, and Catherine (Eldon) Businger of Jen era, Ohio; brothers Donald (Donna) Conkle of Kenton, Ohio and Robert (Cheryl) Conkle of McComb, Ohio. He was preceded in death by sister Jeanne Dunn of Avon Park. Paul worked for the and retired after 30 years, moving to Avon Park in 1982. He was a mem ber of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in A von Park, where he was an usher for over 15 years. Paul was also a life long member of The National Association of Letter Carri ers and the National VFW. V isitation will be held Tuesday, Aug. 26 from 5-7 / p.m. at the Stephen son-Nelson Funeral Home Chapel in A von Park. Fu neral service will be held W ednesday Aug. 27, at 10 / a.m. at Our Lady Of Grace Catholic Church in ers, donations can be made to Good Shepherd Hospice. Arrangements are being handled by StephensonNelson Funeral Home, Avon Park, www.stephen sonnelsonfh.com CARMEN EE DU N cC ANCarmen E. Duncan, 86, of Lake Placid went to be with her Lord early Sat urday morning Aug. 16, 2014 surrounded by her loving family at her resi dence. A native of Arcadia, Mrs. Duncan was born on Nov. 28, 1927 to parents Bes sie (Newberry) and El mer A. Albritton. Mrs. Dun can has been a resident of Lake Placid for the past 50 years and was a retired school teacher with the Highlands County School System in Lake Placid. Mrs. Duncan enjoyed music, teaching Sun day school at her beloved church, the First Baptist Church of Lake Placid. She loved spending time with both her family and friends. Mrs. Duncan is preced ed in death by her par ents; son, Dale and grand son Jason. Mrs. Duncan is survived by her loving chil dren Bruce Duncan (Lynn) and Rebecca Ann Kibbler (John); nine grandchil dren and numerous great grandchildren. A service to celebrate Mrs. Duncans life will be held at 1 / p.m. Friday Aug. 29, 2014 at the First Baptist Church of Lake Plac id 119 E. Royal Palm St. in Lake Placid with Pas tors Rick Nations and family suggests donations be made to the Just One More Ministries in care of the First Baptist Church of Lake Placid or your fa vorite charity in Mrs. Dun cans memory. W ords of comfort to the family and a video tribute of Mrs. Duncans life can be seen by visiting www. scottfuneralservices.com. Cremation arrangements entrusted with the Scott Funeral Home 504 W. In terlake Blvd., Lake Placid, FL, 863-465-4134. OBITUARIES FRAN cC IS SS MIT HFrancis G. Smith, 96, of Lake Placid, passed away Friday, Aug.15, 2014 peacefully at the Port Charlotte Rehabilitation Center. Born July 4, 1918 to the late Walter Oral Smith and Lulu Lockwood Smith in Massena, N.Y., he was raised and attended schools in Massena. As a young man, he worked and learned the plumbing business with his father. In March 1939 he married Helen I Steinburg of Corn well, Ontario, Canada. During their marriage they built and operated the Mo tel Oral and Campground in Massena, NY The union ended in 1961. In January 1963, he married the former Janice Mack of Ithaca, N.Y. They owned and operated Sea way Campground with the help of his son and daugh ter-in-law, Larry and Don na Smith. Upon the sale of the campground, he and Jan moved to W arrens Trailer park, Cape Vincent, N.Y. They enjoyed many winters in Fort Myers and in 2000, they moved to Lake Placid and resided there to the present day. In later years Fran be came a master craftsman with wood. He won numer ous awards for his wood furniture and was featured in many news paper ar ticles with pictures of his furniture displays. He made furni ture when he was into his 90s. Some of these piec es are on display at the T own Museum and the Emmanuel Congregational Church in Massena, N.Y. Fran enjoyed bicy cle riding, riding his mo ped and also was a shuf he resided in Fort Myers. Fran was a member of the Masonic Lodge and avid churchgoer for the major ity of his life. Survivors include his wife of 51 years Jan; sons, Jerry and his wife Su san (Wilson) Smith of Port Charlotte and Phil and his wife Bonnie (Podgurski) Smith of Massena, N.Y. Daughters Sharon and her husband John Freeman of Syracuse, N.Y. and Marion McNeill of Cape Vincent, N.Y. He is also survived by a sister Jean Derosia of California, several grand children, great grandchil dren, and nieces. Fran was preceded in death by his son Larry in 2000, sonin-law Doug McNeill, three sisters and three brothers. Per Frans request there will be no calling hours. Interment will be at Pine Grove Cemetery (Cook Street) Massena, N.Y. SMITH PANAMA CITY BEACH (AP) A lightning strike from a passing thunder storm killed a Panama City B each police dog named Argo. The daughter of the dogs handler, Cpl. Ja son Gleason found the dog behind his kennel S unday evening. The News Herald of Panama City reports Gleason left the dog in his kennel because he was on his way to a training session. Of cials say most of the fur was missing fr om Argos front leg above the paw, which indicates a lightning str ike Police Chief Drew Whitman says Gleason is having a hard time dealing with the dogs death. Argo replaced Glea sons former K-9 partner Poncho who went missing and was pr esumed dead in 2009 while tr acking suspects in the woods .Panama City Beach K-9 killed by lightning strike Cornerstone sets volunteer trainingSEBRING Volunteers have been the heartbeat of Cornerstone Hospice since 1984, when the not-for-prot community organization was for med to car e for Central Florida families experiencing lifelimiting illnesses B ut theres so much to do, from pet sitting, to ofce work, to stafng fundr aising ev ents, to assisting patients and their families C ornerstone Hospice covers seven Central Florida counties and assist more than 6,000 people I f y oud like to help Cornerstone Hospice in Highlands County by continuing to serve the communi ty and experience the satisfaction that comes fr om giving consider attending the volunteer training on Wednesday, S ept. 24, fr om 8:30 a.m to 5 / p .m. at the Cornerstone Sebring Ofce 209 N. Ridgewood Drive Suite 3. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Pre-register by contacting:Lisa Gray, volunteer manager, at 352-742-6806 or tollfree 888-728-6234 AARAAR P SS mart D river Class todaySEBRING AARP will offer its Smart Driver Program class from 9 / a.m. to 3:30 / p.m. W ednesday. Complete this class in one day (six hours). There will be no driv ing nor written test. P ar ticipants may get a possible discount on their car insurance, good for three years. The class will be offered at Heacock Insurance, 1105 U.S. 27 North, Sebring. To register, call Alfred Nolton at 863-385-4713. SS eminar to e xplain new business startsAVON PARK Youve got the idea for a new business. Now you need to know how to get on your way. Starting Your Business teaches all the essentials from how to determine fea sibility and legal structure to the type of license you will need. This free seminar is customized for startups in DeSoto, Hardee and Highlands County and is presented by the Small Business Development Center at USF. It is designed for persons think ing of starting a small business or who hav e started a business and want to make sure they did it correctly. The seminar will be from 2 to 4:30 / p .m. today in Corporate and Community Education Room T20 at South Florida State College at Avon Park. The seminar will be presented by David Noel, Certied Business Analyst with the Florida SBDC. Seating is limited, so call Noel at 863-7847378 to reserve a seat or for further informa tion. Noel can also be contacted at davidnoel@usf.edu. LL ake II stokpoga AA quat ic Plant MM ana gement meets TT hu rsdayLAKE PLACID The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has scheduled a meeting for 10 / a.m. Thursday to discuss aquatic plant management on Lake Istokpoga. The meeting loca tion is the HL Bishop P ar k Clubhouse, 10 Lake June Clubhouse Road. The public is invited to attend and pr o vide input and ask any questions they may have.Guardian ad LL it em info at LL .P. l ibraryLAKE PLACID The Guardian ad Litem program, which serves abused and neglected children across Highlands County, is seeking volunteers. Dawn Shinskey, a recruit er for the program, will hav e infor mation about becoming a volunteer at the Lake P lacid M emorial Library from 10 / a.m. until noon Thursday. Please stop by with any questions you may have, she said. Those who cannot attend the orienta tion session, may call S hinskey at 863-5344597 or email D awn. Shinskey@gal..gov.Groups collecting school supplies for HH ai tiAVON PARK His for Life Ministries and Royal Care will be col lecting school supplies for the children of P etit G oave, Haiti. These supplies will help the local or phanage, school and chur ch to giv e the children the tools they need to succeed. Needed are pencils, paper, book bags and crayons. All supplies must be in by Sept. 1. For more informa tion contact Angel W iggins marketing director, Royal C ar e of Avon Park, 863-446-2164.4HH plans open houseSEBRING Highlands County 4-H is planning an open house from 5-8 / p .m. Tuesday, Sept. 2. Come nd out what 4-H is all about and what it has to offer. Enjoy a day of club displays and informa tional conversations with the 4-H agent, leaders members, volunteers and staff. There will be on-site registration for new and returning mem bers. Light refreshments will be served. The open house B er t J. Harris Agriculture Center, 4509 George Blvd. 4-H is open to anyone between the ages of 5-18 regard less of race, color, sex, r eligion, handicap or place of national origin. HH abitat for HH um anity offering ramps for veteransSEBRING Highlands County Habitat for Humanity has been awarded a grant from The H ome D epot Foundation through its Community Impact Grants Program to build handicapped ramps for local dis abled veterans. H abitat is accepting applications for local disabled veterans who are in need of safe accessibility in and out of their home A pplicants must live in Avon Park, Lake Placid, or Sebring. Eligibility is dened as a resident living in a home in Highlands County, who has served in the U.S. mil itary. Furthermore, applicants must hav e received an honor able or general discharge and are either wounded warr iors or disabled veterans and are of low to moderate income. Habitat for Humanity is accepting applications through Sept. 15. Additionally, Highlands County Habitat for Humanity is seeking community volunteers who wish to participate in the construction of the ramps. Please contact Sarah Pallone, Monday through Friday, at 863-385-7156 for application. SS cribblers and SS cr ibes to meetSEBRING The Florida Writers Association group, Sebring Scribblers and Scribes will meet at 7 / p .m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at Beef O Bradys in Sebring. The guest will be American author Evelyn Rainey, who will conduct a free mini workshop on nding a tradition al publisher, writing a pr oposal package and marketing ideas to sell books. The public is invited and member ship in Scribblers or FW A is not r equired although applications are available. For mor e infor mation, call Barbara Beswick at 863-402-9181. SNAPs S HOTs S LOCA lL NEWS The Leasl ExpensiveI uneral I Ionic in Polk('uumv' is oflerim, thesame -a eat sere ices inHighlands Cnunly *Ion"Full Service BurialIncludes::\II Services.('askcl K VouIIPav \our RespcclsNot 'our Life SavimusCrematory on premises.Phone 24 Hours Dail(863) 669-1617Nw\wvv, e a sk c t store nc tZ091) last I{ds,cwood Or.Lakeland. Florida

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www.newssun.comWednesday, August 27, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A9 SPORTsS BY DAN HOEHNE NEWS-S SUn N S SPORTS E EDITOR LAKE PLACID The Lady Dragons opened the volleyball regular season in strong fashion Monday night, sw eeping visiting H ardee in three straight sets. Though slo wly and steadily making progress over the last few y ears the Lady Wildcats are continuing that positiv e tr end. But the Lady Dragons proved that the W ildcats hav ent quite reached their level yet as they rolled to a 2514, opening-set win. After the Cat battled back from an early de cit, Sarah Morris scored on a block and J acalyn Baldwin a kill to put the Dragons up 6-3. A kill by Rachel Alejandro pushed it to 9-5, and soon the D r agons would take off and take over. With Raveen Gobourne serving, Lake P lacid w ent on a sevenpoint run, highlighted by a Morris kill to balloon the lead to 19-9. T amija Douglas soon hit back-to-back kills to make it a 22-10 cushion. H ar dee did show some moxie and battled back with a four-point run, but that was halted by a Morris block and the game soon ended on a winning smash by Gobourne. Even though head coach Charlotte Bauder did a lot of mixing and matching in the second set, the D ragons remained in con-Lady Dragons whip Wildcats Dan Hoehne/News-SunRaveen Gobourne goes airborne and uses her left hand to deftly tip the ball over the net in Lake Placids sweep of visiting Hardee Monday night.SEE LP | A14 BY JAMES TA YY L OR NEWS-S SUn N CORRESPOn N DEn N T SEBRING The Sebring Blue Streak Youth F ootball League hosted the Vero Beach Chiefs last Saturday, winning three out of the four games played. Each game was won in shutout fashion with Sebring holding Vero Beach scoreless in the rst three games as the Flag team won 23-0, the Seniors won 28-0 and the Pee Wee team over matched a much smaller Vero Beach team 470. The nal game had V ero Beach beating the Sebring Junior team 7-0 in a defensive struggle. The Sebring Flag team won their rst game of the season 23-0 to improve their record to 1-2. In the Senior game, Sebrings Sumaj Mitch ell scored on a 30-yard touchdo wn r un and completed a 15-yard pass to Jakquwel Miller for another score. Kentairus Hammond scored two touchdowns on runs of 45 and 30 yard to complete the scoring for the Senior Blue Streaks as they de feated the Chiefs 28-0 to win their third game of the season. The Pee Wee teams took the eld next and from the start Vero Beach was no match for the Blue Streaks as the Chiefs were playing several Mitey Mite aged kids at Pee Wee level. The size difference was obvious and the impact was immediate. Vero Beach turned the ball over their rst three plays of the game. Maurice Tucker scored the rst touch -Young Streaks victorious over Vero James Taylor/News-SunSebring Pee Wee Mackenzee Rogers, who plays center on the oensive line, after playing for three years gets her rst carries as a running back against Vero Beach.SEE STR EE AKS | A13 BY DAN HOEHNE NEWS-S SUn N S SPORTS E EDITOR Mondays season opener, a three-team meet at Hardee, was a fruitful one for Se bring swimming as both the bo ys and girls teams came away with wins. The Lady Streaks to taled 133 points on the day to stay ahead of both A von Parks 90 and Hardees 87. On the boys side, Sebring scored 134, with the R ed D evils at 107 and the Wildcats at 87. There were a lot of Blue Streaks and Red Devils taking the top two spots in events throughout the day, starting with the girls 200-yard medley relay. The Lady Streak foursome of Sanitha Raghuverra, Anna Fre itas, Mary Patterson and K ylie C asey got the win with a time of 2 minutes, 22 seconds, while Lady Devils Tammy Hutchings, H annah F arr, Kasey Starling and Mikaela Talley took second in 2:34.28. A similar nish played out in the boys event, with Sebrings Lukas High, Jack Edge mon, Grifn Chynoweth and Tevin Bullard winning in 1:55.00 and Av on Parks Zack Hutchins, Josh Williams, Weston Thompson and Koy McGrath taking second in 1:59.09. The Lady W et Devils got a win in the 200 fr eestyle with Farr edging Hardees Desiree Ford by .03 seconds. H igh won the bo ys race for Sebring, while Avon Parks McGrath and Ben Stanley took second and third. Lady Streaks Clara Simpson and Gabbriella Dion took the top two spots in the 200 individual medley with Lady Devils Rachel Gaidos and M ikaela T alley taking third and fourth. Chynoweth got another win for Sebring on the bo ys side. The girls 50 freestyle saw a Hardee win, with S tr eaks Kaitlyn Smith and Kat N oonan taking second and third. Bullard won the boys side for Sebring in 23.97 seconds while Devil Steven New took third in 24.90. Two Lady Streaks topped the 1-me ter diving event as M ar y Patterson scored 120.20 and Noonan got 92.60. Byron Cobb scored 216.80 to win the boys dive for Sebring and Red Devil Hutchins totaled 166.80 for sec ond. K asey S tarling got another Avon Park win in the girls 100 buttery, tapping in at 1:23.53, while Sebring took the next two spots in the for m of Adrienne Silva and Jennai Hagen. Edgemon got another Sebring win on the bo ys side, breaking the one-minute mark with a time of 58.44. Red Devil Logan Carroll took second, Blue Streak Siddharth Swimming Streaks open with win Victoria Sawicki/News-SunSebrings Jack Edgemon seems to soar out of the water during his winning eort in the 100-yard Buttery event Monday at Hardee.SEE SWIM | A14 BY JAMES TA YY L OR NEWS-S SUn N CORRESPOn N DEn N T AVON PARK The Heartland Youth Football Eagles hosted the W est Orange Warriors at Joe Franza Stadium in Avon Park last Saturday and came out of the day with a pair of wins The Eagles Flag team took the eld rst, still seeking their rst win of the season after los ing the rst two games b y a total of thr ee points. After losing to two perennial power programs, the Osceola P anthers (20-19) and the Sarasota Seminoles (14-12), the Eagles may have turned the corner with a 27-0 win over the Warriors to improve to 1-2. While the Flag team nally found itself with a win, the Eagles Mit ey Mites, Pee Wee and Junior V arsity teams have struggled through the rst three weeks as they have yet to score a point this season. On Saturday, West Or ange Mitey Mites beat the Eagles 35-0. The Warr iors cruised over the Eagles in the Pee Wee game 42-0 and in the Junior Varsity game, the Eagles were shutout 33-0 by the Warriors. With the Eagles ag team breaking through with a win to start the day, all attention turned toward the Var sity team. After winning in W eek 1 over the Osceola Pan thers 27-8, they stumbled last week, losing to the S ar asota Seminoles by a score of 22-0. If there were any side effects to the previous weeks loss, it did not sho w as the Eagles came out from the very beginning and hammered the Warriors on both sides of the ball. M idway thr ough the rst quarter, Highlands drove the ball to the Warriors 11-yard line. Using a multiple quarterback rotation of James Pearson, John nie Brown and Norris T aylor Jr ., it was Tay lor whose number was called.Eagles take two from West Orange James Taylor/News-SunHeartland Eagles Kamari Brown intercepts a West Orange Warrior pass Saturday. SEE EE AGL EE S | A14 f rl 1 'My Y ,t 'ir L h_J p:xt1 Jtit7,1. 40"-lip.3

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A12 | NEWSSS U nN | WW ednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com Lake Placid AllSport Passes Lake Placid Lake Placid High School announced imme diate availability of All-S por t Passes and football season tickets; enabling students, fans and suppor ters to purchase discounted passes to all home spor ting ev ents and re served seating at home football games M any students and fans have already beneted from purchasing All-Sport Passes. The All-S por t Passes will grant admission to all regular season home contests hosted by Lake Placid High School. The student AllS por t Pass sells for $50 and the adult All-Sport Pass sells for $75. The passes will al low Green Dragon fans to attend r egular season home contests at a gr eat discount o ver paying individual admission for each game. F ootball S eason tickets are now available for all r egular season home football games. The season tickets allow fans to secure re served seating to all r egular season home football games (JV and Varsity). The cost for football season tickets is $35; however, if an indi vidual decides to pur chase an All-Sports pass they can add r eserved seating at Var sity football games for an additional $20. The All-S por t Passes and Football season tickets can be pur chased in the front ofce at the high school.Devil Football tickets AVON PARK APHS Football season tickets, reserved seats, par king passes and sponsorship opportunities are now available. M embership in the newly formed APHS Football Booster Club (the AP Touchdown Club) is available for as low as $30 for the season. Contact Jeanna at (863) 449-1672, Mela nie at (863) 449-1047 or email aptouchdo wnclub@gmail.com for mor e infor mation.Panther Volleyball seeks announcer AVON PARK South Florida State College is looking for an announcer for the 2014 home V olleyball season which consists of 11 matches M atch times are 7 / p .m. and are mostly Tuesday and Thursday nights, with the occasional Friday. The announcer must be hav e some announcing experience, minor kno wledge of sound systems, and possess a high level of verbal enthusiasm. For more information please contact H eather Schuber t in the Panther Athletic department at (863) 784 7035.SFSC Fall Baseball Clinics South Florida State College will host two fall pitching and hitting clinics on Satur days Aug. 30 and Sept. 6 fr om 9-11:30 / a.m. C amp has 30 pitching spots, and 30 hitting spots open for each day Ages 5-14 for hitting clinic, ages 8-14 for pitching clinic. Cost is $25 per day for each camper. Applications and payment can be done the morning of the clinic. Call SFSC coach Rick Hitt to reserve your spot in the clinic today (863) 784-7036.Champions Club Golf Tourney AVON PARK This years 2nd Annual Avon Park Champi ons Club golf tournament will be held at Riv er G reens Golf Club on Saturday, Sept. 20, with an 8 / a.m. tee time. Entry fee is $60 per player and will include golf, cart, refreshments on the course, prizes and post-round meal in the clubhouse. Corporate level sponsorship of $275 will also include a business tee sign and four-person entry. Hole sponsorships are available for $50. All proceeds go to benet the academic and athletic needs of Avon Park schools. Contact tourney di rector Chet Brojek at cbr ojek@comcast.net or call him at (863) 712-3524 to have an entry form sent to you. Entry deadline is Monday, Sept. 15, so get those teams to gether and join in the fun.NU-HOPE Fun ShootLITHIA Attention all shooters, the NUHOPE Fun Shoot, presented by Mosaic, will be held on S atur day, Oct. 11, at FishHawk Sporting Clays in Lithia. R egistr ation opens at 8:30 / a.m., with the competition beginning at 9 / a.m. E ntry fee is $75 per shooter and includes a great steak and shrimp lunch, sponsored by Lykes Bros. Awards will be giv en to the top male, female, youth and team scor e Each team may have up to 4 shooters. Sponsorship oppor tunities are also available. This y ear the event also includes a 2-Gun rafe sponsored by Boom Booms Guns and Ammo. Guns to be rafed in clude a Kel-Tec PMR30 and a M ossber g Silver Reserve 12 Gauge Ov er/U nder Shotgun. Tickets for the gun rafe are $5 each or 5 for $20. Proceeds from this event will benet NUHOPE Elder Care Ser vices and be used to enhance ser vices for seniors. For more information, please contact Laur ie M urphy at (863) 382-2134 or via email at MurphyL@nuhope. org. You may also visit our website at www. nuhopeelder car e.org for additional infor mation and a copy of the r egistr ation form. So come on out, have fun and help seniors to maintain their health and independence and to remain vital members of our community .Green Dragon 5K LAKE PLACID The Lake Placid High School Green Dragons Cross Country team is having their 4th Annual Green Dragon 5K R un/W alk on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 8 / a.m. P lease visit the high schools webpage for an entry form and more information. The cost is $20 and includes a Dry-Fit shirt. All K-12 students are $10. All proceeds support this years team. SundaySchool..............................................9:30a.m. SundayMorningWorship...........................10:30a.m. SundayEveningWorship..............................6:00p.m. WednesdayClassesForAll...........................7:00p.m. LEISURELAKESBAPTISTCHURCH Pastor:Rev.DonRoberts 808GardeniaStreet 699-0671 SundayBibleStudy........................................9:30a.m. Morning Worship.........................................10:45a.m. EveningBibleClass.......................................6:00p.m. Wed.Prayer&BibleStudy............................6:00p.m. rfntbr NEWLIFEANGLICANFELLOWSHIPMissionChurchofServantsofChristAnglicanChurchAnglicanChurchinNorthAmerica 10N.MainAvenueintheWomensClub LakePlacid TheRev.SusanTweardyRhodes, nn Strhodes1020@yahoo.com 863-243-3191 ServiceonSundayMorning@10:00AM FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCHOFLAKEPLACID 119E.RoyalPalmSt. LakePlacid,FL33852-6219 863-465-3721 Website:www.fbclp.com email:information@fbclp.com SundayTraditional.........................................9:00a.m. SundayContemporary.................................10:30a.m. LinkGroups.............................9:00a.m.&10:30a.m. WEDNESDAYACTIVITIES: FamilyDinner............................................................... 5:00 p.m.($4pp,reservationsrequired) PrayerMeeting...............................................6:15p.m. MaXkidZ(K-5th)...........................................6:15p.m. YouthIntersections.........................................6:15p.m.rb brfnn www.fbclp.comLAKEPLACIDCHURCHOFCHRIST 1069U.S.Hwy27 465-4636 lpoc@vistanet.net Evangelists:ArlinChapmanandFrankParker SundayA.M.BibleStudy.............................9:00a.m. SundayA.M.Worship.................................10:00a.m. SundayP.M.Worship....................................6:00p.m. WednesdayBibleStudy................................7:00p.m. FAITHBAPTISTCHURCHS.B.S. Pastor:BillCole660HolmesAvenue OfceHours8:30am-5:00pm,M-F Sun.MorningBibleStudy.............................9:30a.m. Sun.MorningWorship.................................10:45 a.m. Sun.EveningWorship....................................6:00p.m. WednesdayEvening.......................................6:00p.m. ff BETHELBAPTISTCHURCH216E.ParkStreet,LakePlacid,FL33852 633-9294PastorRev.SeanR.Wyland SundaySchool...............................................9:45a.m. SundayMorning...........................................11:00a.m. SundayNight................................................6:00p.m. W ednesdayNight...........................................6:30p.m. r Genesis35:1 ST.FRANCISOFASSISIANGLICAN EPISCOPALCHURCH43LakeJuneRoad,LakePlacid,FL33852 (863)465-0051www.stfrancislp.com Rev.ElizabethL.Nelson,Rector SundayWorshipffnftr June1-Sept1,2014......................10:00am&6:00pm SundaySchool................................................10:00am W ednesdayHolyCommunionw/Healing........6:00pm ThursdayHolyCommunionw/Healing...........9:00am St.FrancisThriftShop CallforHoursOpen: 863-699-0221 TRINITYLUTHERANCHURCH-LCMS25LakeviewStreet,LakePlacid,33852 863-465-5253Rev.RichardNorris,Pastor Mrs.SusanNorris,TrinityTotsPreschoolDirector EducationHour.................................................8:45am W orshipService..............................................10:00am HolyCommunioneachrst&thirdSunday ChildrensChurchscheduledduringworshipservice 4yr.Oldthru5thgradeNurseryprovidedduringWorshipService-infantto3yrs.SeasonalMid-WeekServiceseachWednesdayevening duringAdvent&Lent. CallChurchofceat863-465-5253orvisitourwebsitea t www.Trinitylutheranlp.com Otheractivitiesandgroupsinclude:Choir,Ladies Guild&LWML,MensFellowshipGroup,SmallGroup BibleStudies,TrinityTotsPreschool,YouthGroup.THEMINISTRYCENTER 770CR29,LakePlacid,FL33852 (863)699-9922 SundaySchool..................................................9:30am SundayWorship..............................................10:45am KingsKidsChurch..........................................10:45am W ednesdayWorship...............................................7pm WednesdayYouth..............................................6:30pm fr WORKINGFAITHMINISTRIES nrnnn 424CR29,LakePlacid,FL33852 (863)699-0317 OkeyNichols,Pastor SundayService................................................10:30am WednesdayService...........................................7:30pm Weinviteyoutocomeandworshipwithus at theChurchontheHill HEARTLANDFAMILYCHURCHOFCHRIST 101PeaceAvenue.LakePlacid,FL33852 (863)991-3202PastorJimmyGoinsSundayMorning..................................10:15-11:15am SundayEvening................................6:00pm-7:00pm BibleStudyWednesday....................7:00pm-8:00pm PLACIDTEMPLECHURCHOFGOD 51LakeJuneRd.,LakePlacid.FL (863)465-4931PastorD&BelindaWestSundaySchool..................................................9:30am W orship...........................................................10:30am SundayEvening................................................6:00pm Wednesday........................................................7:00pm FIRSTPRESBYTERIANCHURCHA.R.P. 117NorthOakAve.,LakePlacid,FL33852 www.fpclp.com 863-465-2742 ReverendRaymondCameron, SeniorPastor ReverendDrewSeverance, AssociatePastor WorshipTimesStartingApril27th WEINVITEYOUTOJOINUSONSUNDAYS! T raditionalWorship........................................9:00a.m. C ontemporaryWorship................................11:00a.m. S undaySchool.............................................10:10a.m.btrttrr t trtt tWEDNESDAYEVENINGMINISTRIES Y outhGroup(6th12thGrade)...................7:00p.m. A dultSmallGroupBibleStudies..................7:00p.m. N urseryandChildrensMinistry...................7:00p.m. *FamilyBiblicalCounseling,byappointment FIRSTBAPTISTCHURCHOFPLACIDLAKES Wilson&ClevelandAveNE 465-5126 b JefferyTaylor S undaySchool...............................................9:30a.m. M orningWorship.........................................10:45a.m. S undayEveningWorship..............................6:00p.m. C hildrensChoirPracticeTuesday................2:30p.m. W ednesdayEveningService.........................7:00p.m. W ednesdayEveningChildren a ndYouthActivities........................Beginat5:30p.m. n nr FIRSTASSEMBLYOFGOD Rev.JohnnyM.Bryant,pastor 327PlumosaAve.,LakePlacid 465-2363 S undaySchool...............................................9:45a.m. S undayA.M.Worship..................................10:45a.m. S undayP.M.Worship....................................6:00p.m. W ednesdayBibleStudy................................7:00p.m. W ednesdayKidsKlub&Youth....................7:00p.m. brr n CHURCHOFTHENAZARENE TimothyTaylor, Pastor 512W.InterlakeBlvd. 465-6916 Hwy27South(12milessouthofLakePlacid)465-5810FreeLocatorService CHURCHDIRECTORY Grades6-7-8NationalAwardWinningSchoolDennisC.Grin.Headmaster148E.InterlakeBlvd.LakePlacid,FL33852863-465-5491www.lakeplacidchristianschool.com 3070508 r fntb ttttrtbbt 3070961 rfntb b b 3074917 COMING UPHigh School Football Friday Sebring vs. Jupiter Christian, 7:30 p.m.; Avon Park vs. Frostproof, 7 p.m.; Lake Placid vs. Celebration, 7 p.m. High School Volleyball Thursday Avon Park vs. Hardee, 6/7:30 p.m.; Sebring at Okeechobee, 5/6:30 p.m.; Lake Placid at Clewiston, 6/7:30 p.m. High School Swimming Thursday Lake Placid at All Saints, 5:30 p.m. College Volleyball Friday SFSC at Broward, 2 p.m. SNAPs S HOTs S SPORTS Advertise in Advertise inThe Journal The JournalYour hometown Your hometownnewspaper newspaper-+rv NEWS-SUN HIGHLAADS NEWS-SUN H1G11L VNDS,.... 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www.newssun.comWednesday, August 27, 2014 | NE wW SSS U nN | A13 Information www. .org www.rrfMEDICARE,MEDICAID,ANDMOSTCOMMERCIAL INSURANCESACCEPTED 5019096 TOADVERTISEONTHIS PAGE,PLEASECALL VICKIEWATSON 386-5631 rfrnn rfrnn 3076789 down for Sebring as the Blue Streaks took a 7-0 lead. After recovering their second fumble, Trenton Brown increased the lead to 14-0 on a 30yard run. The Sebring defense battered the Chief quarterback into a third fumble and Davonnie Trent followed with a 30-yard run as Sebring built a 21-0 in the rst quarter. Sebring intercepted the ball to start the sec ond quarter and took their center M ackenzee Rogers, and put her in the backeld. R ogers r esponded by gaining about 21 yards on four consecutive carries. Brown capped off the drive and the rst half with a 36-yard touch down as Sebring went into the inter mission with a 27-0 lead. The second half was a continuation of the rst as Brown scored his third touchdown of the game on a 70-yard run. Trent took a later al from the quarter back for 18 yards and his second touchdo wn to give Sebring a 41-0 lead. The Blue Streaks scored once more on a 30-yard run by Lorenzo Stevenson for the 47-0 win. The win was the rst of the season for the Pee Wee Blue Streaks as they improved their re cord to 1-2. D espite being dominated in the rst thr ee games Vero Beach had their best team in their Juniors and Sebrings faithful knew this game would be a battle. It did not disappoint. Both defenses dom inated with Sebring having a little success on the gr ound. Neither team could sustain any momentum on offense to mount a ser ious thr eat. Vero Beach was condent enough in their defense that they nev er attempted to punt the ball. With the game scoreless and time winding do wn in the rst half, Vero Beach went for it on fourth from their own their own 42 and failed, giving the ball back to Sebring with 2 seconds left. Sebring decided to try to make something happen as they went into a shotgun forma tion. The snap sailed o v er the quarterbacks head and was picked up by Vero Beach and returned 40 yards for the game s only score. The second half was tension lled as the majority of action stayed on the Chiefs side of the eld throughout. With time winding down and Sebring thr eatening, V ero Beach forced a turnover and ran out the clock to hold on to the win, 7-0. The loss was the third for the Junior Blue Streaks ,who are now 0-3 for the season. Sebring is on the road this Saturday to play the Northeast Rattlers. STREAKS FROM PAGE A A 9 James Taylor/News-SunSebrings Senior Donovan McNellis recovers a fumble in the Vero Beach backeld. ornerstoneHOSPICE& PALLIATIVE CARElb"! hailriottarprofit Ilospetiicii-1 since 1984FREE HEARING TESTChuck Oliver44ABC:-1 IISBoard Certified-HearingInstrument-Sciences A 77Years ExperienceE.1,4iience you can trust...=aWe specialize in helping people who hear but don't alwaysunderstand. Call us for courteous, professional servicebacked with years of experience .digitalHEARING AID 382-9210 4206 Sebring Parkway Sebringwww DigitalHearingAidOutlet.com t. =art= !{ `'mOriental MedicalClinic of Florida P.A.TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINEWe specialize inAcitpznzcttire and Herbal 1lledicilit,to 11(11) )Putt iu 11tctreatment of:Pain ManagementChronic Disease `4Weight Loss rSEBRINGWellness Enhancement HEART CENTERJeanie 0. Lee, D.A.031. ,,1.Acl=punctum Pl=1,ICitrn :V IZ VIL3101 Medical Way O1LZ, XC'_IL11 69Ql4/t! -'Sebrine. Florida 386-HMO M SEBRING HEART CENTERWI.c:,c 2fo10 OiPCL71 G QIImgd.Y

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L IVING B Wednesday, August 27, 2014 FAMILY FEATURES Haunted with the thought of a ho-hum Halloween? Never fear trick-or-treaters will want more than just candy once they see your party table. Throw a fabulous Halloween party t for little goblins or grown-up monsters with some devilishly good sweets. Try these easy party ideas from Wilton to make your Halloween spook-tacular: Trick out ordinary popcorn into a sweet-and-salty party pleaser. Drizzle on Candy Melts candy for festive avors, and then capture the Halloween spirit by adding fun sprinkle mixes. Who says you cant play with your food? Create edible masks with decorated shaped cookies and attach them to cookie sticks with melted Candy Melts candy. Set up a photo station at your party, so guests can take pictures with their cookie mask creations before eating them. It wouldnt be Halloween without carved pumpkins. Make yours edible by bak ing a delicious pumpkin spice pound cake shaped like a pumpkin. Increase the fun by adding silly icing fa cial features. Spice up the night with candy corn drinks served in containers guests can devour, making cleanup easy and delicious. Or, toast the night with the Witchs Brew Mocktail. For more Halloween ideas and inspiration, visit wilton.com.Masquerade CookiesS ervings: 2 dozen cookies 1. Preheat oven to 350F. 2. light 3. 4. Witchs Brew MocktailServings: 6 1. 2. Masquerade Cookies, Caramel Apple Popcorn, Pumpkin Spice Popcorn and Pumpkin Pound Cake Witchs Brew Mocktail and Candy Corn Drinks Pumpkin Pound Cake Servings: 16 1. 2. 3. Pumpkin Spice PopcornServings: 6 cups 1. 2. Caramel Apple PopcornServings: 6 cups 1. 2. Candy Corn DrinksServings: 8 1. Iy y ems. .Ailp tera s. ;, c j f-, .r., `'9: = i' tat' BREW UP A FRIGHTFULLY FUN FOR,,:..GHOULISHa OWGGn OF ALLAGESL 4q,-r`C i

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B2 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com Lake Placid VFW post 3880, headed by Commander Dave Cahill, donated over $450 worth of school supplies to Lake Placid Elementary School week. Dale Emerson, president of the VFW mens auxiliary, and senior vice commander Stephen Dean dropped off much needed supplies Thursday, Aug. 21. Donations included backpacks, computer paper, notebook paper, pencils, pens and rulers. Every year the VFW post participates in various community service projects. The majority of those projects benet education, health and the environment. VFW posts across the nation work closely with the Boy Scouts of America, March of Dimes, Citizen Corps and Americas Promise, Emerson said.Lake Placid VFW donates school supplies for elementary studentsBy SAVANNAH CONNOLLYNEWS-JOURNAL CORRESPONDENT News-Journal/Savannah ConnollyPictured from left to right are VFW Sr. Vice Commander Stephen Dean, Lake Placid Elementary School clerk Allison Hatch, and Dale Emerson President of the VFW Mens Auxiliary. If you are like me, you probably have two or three of the same items in your kitchens. Recently, I was looking in our kitchen cabinet for something to season some chicken with and discovered that we had three jars of garlic powder and two jars of cumin. After digging deeper, I found two jars of chili akes. This got me thinking about work and our weekly inventory. Each week, I count all the food, paper and chemicals in the kitchen and total each category then compare them to the week before. Food cost is measured by a simple formula: beginning inventory, plus purchase, plus or minus ending inventory, divided by revenue equals the food cost percentage for that week. Lauren and I took an inventory of our kitchen and we realized we had a lot of stuff we had forgotten about in our pantry. We then took that list with us to the market and that was a big help. We were able to plan meals for this week based on the information from the inventory and also cross utilize ingredients. I suggest you do the same in your kitchen. I think you will see how easy it is to buy things you already have and end up with more than one of the same things. This week, I have a coleslaw recipe for you with a twist. Have you ever considered putting blue cheese in your coleslaw? It might sound strange at rst, but give it a try and you might even want to top your next burger or sandwich with it. Cheers, Chef.Blue cheese coleslaw12 cup blue cheese crumbles 4 tbs. fresh chopped Parsley 2 tsp. Grey Poupon Dijon mustard 2 tbs. white vinegar14 tsp. salt14 tsp. black ground pepper 1 quart fresh shredded slaw cabbage 6 tbs. olive/canola oil Preparation method 1. Place all the slaw, blue cheese and parsley in mixing bowl. In a small bowl, whisk together the mustard, vinegar, salt and pepper, drizzle in the oil to emulsify. Pour over salad and toss to combine. 2. Place in a food storage container, cover, label and refrigerate to less than 41 degrees. Tim Spain is System Executive Chef with Morrison Healthcare Food Service. He can be reached by email at TimmieSpain@ IamMorrison.com.Take inventory of supplies before you shop Tim SpainCHEFS CORNER The All New 2015 Chrysler 200 $750 REBATELabor Day Bonus $1000 Chrysler Owner Loyalty $1000 Wells Bonus $1000 SAVE UP TO$3750 New 2014 Chrysler Town & Country Touring L$1000 REBATETouring L Bonus $2500 Labor Day Bonus $1000 Wells Bonus $1000 SAVE UP TO$5500 New 2014 Dodge Charger$2000 REBATELabor Day Bonus $1000 Bonus Cash $1000 Wells Bonus $1000 SAVE UP TO $5000 New 2014 Jeep Cherokee Sport / Latitude$500 REBATELabor Day Bonus $1000 South East Bonus $1000 SAVE UP TO $2500 rfnr tbnnn 3078930 OF LAKE PLACID PLUMBING CONTRACTORS192 E. Interlake Blvd. Lake Placid, FL 33682 LIC # CFC1425935 rrf fntbnrn(863) 465-2257 FAX 465-4640 rfntbrfn A Mural Book including all the murals of Lake Placid can be purchased at the merchants on this page indicated by: Cost of a Mural Book is $3.00 and it includes details about the artist, a story about each mural, the location and tips to nd hidden elements. CAUFFIELD & SONS, INC. rffrfnfrt 3070984 AV t _A,*Dun sm".OIOM MOMLABOR DAY SALES EVENT.teanz,,:, CMRY9LCR Jeep VRAM WELLSwww.WelisMC.com WELLSTT1600 US 27 South, Avon Park, FL 33825MOTOR COMPANY 453-6644 1-888-896-5846

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B4 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com State Representative Denise Grimsley, a member of the Rotary Club of Lake Placid, has been awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship. The honor was presented by chapter president Skip Dent who explained the history of the award. The awards namesake founded Rotary in 1905 in Chicago as a means for business leaders to combine efforts and improve their community, all the while building bonds and friendships. Later adopted was the Rotary Foundation with projects designed to save and invigorate the lives of people around the world and enhance international friendship and understanding, Dent said. Rotary International programs provide educational opportunities, food, potable water, health care, immunizations and shelter for millions, Dent said. Those projects are funded and implemented by Rotarians and Rotary Clubs around the world. Dent said the Paul Harris Fellowship honors Rotarians who support the humanitarian and educational programs of the Rotary Foundation and Rotary International. He described Grimsley as a person whose life demonstrates a shared purpose with the objectives and mission of the Rotary Foundation to build world understanding and peace. Joining Grimsley for the Paul Harris Fellowship presentation were her parents, Charles and Pat Grimsley.Grimsley presented fellowship Courtesy photoDenise Grimsley (center) with Rotary Club president Skip Dent. At left are Grimsleys parents, Charles and Pat Grimsley. The new Lake Placid Junior Womans Club held its rst meeting the evening of Thursday, Aug. 21 and elected its inaugural slate of ofcers. Leading the new club will be president Joy Post, assisted by rst vice president/president-elect Melissa Barlaug. Treasurer is Angel Behrman and assistant treasurer is Theresa Nicolai. Secretary is Beth Brown and corresponding secretary is Ann Ayers. The Junior Womans Club chapter launched with 24 charter members. We have a diverse group of women with many women working full time and mothers who wanted to serve our community but needed an evening event, President Post said. We are a club designed for these women. On hand to welcome the new chapter were GFWC Florida 2nd Vice President Dianne Foerster, District 9 Director Joy Wright and District 9 Junior Director Theresa Bright. The groups next meeting will be Thursday. Sept. 18 at 5:45 p.m. in the Womans Club on North Main Avenue in Lake Placid. For more information call Post at 954-817-0033.New Junior Womans Club hosts first Lake Placid meeting Courtesy photoCharter members of the newly formed GFWC Lake Placid Junior Womans Club posed for the camera at the groups rst ocial meeting. rf nttbnttrfntrb www.husqvarna.comM-ZT 52 Kawasaki /Commercial FS65V 52 inch. The M-ZT series zero-turn mower from Husqvarna takes performance, productivity, and comfort to a whole new level! 350BT50.2 cc, 494.41 cfm, 180 mph, 22.5 lbs. The Husqvarna 350BT is a unique lightweight back pack blower with the large landowner in mind.323L Straight shaft gas-powered string trimmer for landscape professionals as well as homeowners. Engine and starter have been designed so the machine starts quickly with minimum e ort. Stop switch automatically resets to the "on" position for easier starting. O% INTEREST SAVE 20% 323Ex 24.5 cc, 1.2 hp Husqvarna 323Ex is an e cient and exible edger with high power and low weight, equipped with the power and versatility to do it right! 3070954 Financing Available560 U.S. 27 North Sebring 385-4796www.CarpetPatioBlinds.comChamber of Commerce memberFamily owned & operated since 1978 Shaw Anso Nylon Carpetper sq. ft. (installed with padding) In Stock Berber Carpetper sq. ft. (plus installation and padding) In Stock Oak Vinyl Plankper sq. ft. (plus installation) Outdoor Carpetper sq. ft. In Stock Boat Carpet-Many Colors 6ft and 8ft wideper sq. ft. In Stock No Wax Vinyl 12ft. and 13ft wide per sq. ft. (plus installation) rfnfrtbbrrrf fntbntt rtrff ntrfnttb 3076788 Hours: Tuesday Friday 10 am 5:30 pm Saturday 10 am 2 pm Closed Sunday and Monday 385-4909 Over 100 Years Staff Experience Fairmount Cinema Square, Sebring www.highlandsjewelers.com Member American Gem SocietySurprise her with these, and shell insist you watch every game!College football season tickets 3076793 r fntr bff#NTW4650YQ rfnrt br#NED4600YQfrff r rrf FREE DELIVERY rfntbbb $74888 3070964 G O 0 `l OcancerT r\1Use great equipment,do a great job.liIiFI rF iiI'1A.tI ,.tHIGHLANDSBRILLIANCE YOU DESERVEFairmount Cinema Square, Sebringwww.highlandsjewelers.comMember American Gem Society

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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B5 www.newssun.com TOPS 632LAKE PLACID The last TOPS 632 meeting was called to order by new leader Mary Jo Finn and all recited the pledge to the ag. The KOPS and TOPS each recited their pledges and then sang a song from the TOPS songbook lead by Carolyn Michael. Karen Goodwin presented the weight report for the past week. There were 26 members who weighed in, and losses were very good. The best loser of the week was Marty Hanna. The program was presented by Michael. Her subject was Pets Lead to Better Health. She informed the club that owning a pet keeps you moving (walking a dog, petting the cat, etc.) and provide us with unconditional love and entertainment, which truly takes our minds off of food. Yes-yeses for the next week are melon and bananas, and the no-no is chocolate. The secretarys report was read and approved. The treasurers report for the month of July was presented and accepted. Janet Mitchell took home the travel gift and if she loses two more weeks in a row, she gets to keep it. Flinn read a letter from Area Captain Cindy DeWeese, which was encouraging. She stressed positive reinforcement. She also reminded members that the fall rally is going to be held on Nov. 8 in Nokomis. TOPS Club 632 meets every Monday after noon at the Lake Placid Womens Club. Weigh-in is from 2-2:45 and the one-hour meeting begins at 3. Membership is open to anyone who would like to lose weight. We do not insist on a special diet, just a sensible lower calorie eating plan. Our members encourage and support each other and we all benet from our programs.Womens Club Dessert Card Party setSEBRING The monthly Womens Club Card Party will be held Thursday at the Womens Club on Lakeview Drive. The fun begins at 11:30 a.m. Participants bring their own lunch with beverages and desserts provided as part of the $3 admission. All sorts of card and board games may be played with the winner at each table receiving a monetary prize. The general public, men and women, are invited to join the fun. Call 863-385-6294 for reservations.Ladies Auxiliary plans dinnerAVON PARK The Avon Park VFW Ladies Auxiliary will host a meatloaf dinner Friday. Cost is $6. Music from 5-8 p.m. Avon Park VFW Post 9853 is at the intersection of State Road 64 and Olivia Drive. For more information, call 863-452-9809. AMVETS host karaokeSEBRING AMVETS Post 21 will have karaoke with Lora Patton from 6-9 p.m. Saturday.Elks Day set for Rays gameSEBRING Get tickets for Elks Day at Rays ballgame on Sept. 7. This will be the seventh annual Florida Elks fundraiser and is open to all members and guests. Cost is $50, which includes transportation and ticket. From each ticket, $5 will go to support the Harry-Anna Fund. Everyone participating will receive a free Rays/Elks tote bag. For information, call Angie Warchak at 863-471-2150.LP Garden Club to resume meetingsLAKE PLACID The Lake Placid Garden Club will hold its rst meeting of the 2014-2015 season Wednesday, Sept. 10 at the Lake Placid Womans Club building at 10 N. Main Ave. Social time will start at 11:30 a.m. with the business meeting beginning with lunch at noon. The program will be about Camp Wekiva, a residential nature camp sponsored by the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., and will be presented by garden club member Mary Meisenheimer and her family who are volunteers and campers at the camp. New members are welcome, a club spokesman said. For information call Sharon at 863-531-0060 or Alice at 863-699-2981.Scribblers and Scribes to meetSEBRING The Florida Writers Association group, Sebring Scribblers and Scribes will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at Beef O Bradys in Sebring. 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B6 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com rf r rfntb t trn t rfn n n n f n n nn nfnbfbnf n ntr n nnt trn n nn f r n f nrnf f nnnt bft nn rfr rn nnnb nnftn n n fn nt r n rnbnnb r nn nn fntn n fnf tnnrb bn nn tf nfr frf rff ntbffb DEAR ABBY: Five years ago, my husband got drunk and physically attacked me in front of his family. It was horrible. I was in shock, and our relationship never recovered. The next four years were a series of court visits for custody of our child and eventually a divorce. Last year, his mother began requesting visits with our son. I was happy about it because I have tried to be accommodating to my ex and his family regarding our son. Finally, late last year, I called my ex to ask if we could sit down and discuss our son (something we had never done). We have met twice during the last two weeks, and each time had long conversations about everything. (Our son, our past, our relationship.) Many misconceptions were cleared up, and its obvious that we both have made many necessary changes within ourselves. Now Im confused about what comes next. Speaking with him has brought back so many feelings. Prior to the attack, our stress levels had been high and our communication was ter rible, but there had been no physical violence. Im not sure if this is the universe giving us an opportunity to give the family we started another chance. Should we start over? WAVERING IN NEW YORK DEAR WAVERING: What comes next might be that you and your ex can become good friends and parent your son in a congenial, cooperative fashion. What comes next might be that you rekindle your romance. Or it might be that you get back together and he assaults you again. If your ex has sought help for his drinking and anger management issues, a reconciliation could work out beautifully. However, if he hasnt, I certainly wouldnt recommend it. Sometimes people can care deeply about each other, but shouldnt be married. DEAR ABBY: My 95-year-old mom feels that her age entitles her to speak without a lter, and she has become totally intolerant and critical. She is mentally sharp and highly intelligent, which makes her nasty comments even more hurtful to family and friends. Standing up to her isnt an option because of her age and she knows it. She doesnt seem to recognize how damaging her attitude has become to those who love her. If you could print this and offer some advice, she might recognize herself. A LOVING SON DEAR LOVING SON: The fact that someone has celebrated 95 birthdays does not give the person license to be deliberately unkind to others. Negativity is an unattractive trait, regardless of how old you are. People who deliber ately say hurtful things invariably nd the circle of those who want to be around them shrinking. My advice to your mother would be, before opening her mouth, ask herself whether what she has to say is true, helpful and kind. And if it isnt all three, she should rephrase her comment or not say it at all. DEAR ABBY: What does one say to casual acquaintances who stop by uninvited and with no prior phone call? NANCY IN AURORA, COLO. DEAR NANCY: Let me tell you rst what one doesnt say. Its Come in! It is perfectly acceptable to explain that the person caught you in the middle of your housework or a project you need to nish and, please, in the future to call before dropping by so you can make some plans together. For an excellent guide to becoming a better conversationalist and a more sociable per son, order How to Be Popular. Send your name and mailing address, plus check or money order for $7 (U.S. funds) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. 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Wednesday, August 27, 2014 | NEWS-SUN | B7 www.newssun.comFRIENDS & NEIGHBORS Placid Lakes Party LineBy Susie LeeLAKE PLACID The Placid Lakes Social Circle will be meeting Thursday, Sept. 4 at the Placid Lakes Country Club at 4 p.m. Sausage Festival tickets will be handed out to all members, and will be made available at the Town Hall or by calling Joyce Briski at 863-699-6331 or Bonnie at 863-465-4888. The Festival is scheduled for Oct. 25 at the Town Hall starting at 1 p.m. The public is invited. Tickets will be $6 which will include sausage (choice of ve kinds), salads, cole slaw, baked beans, olives, pickles, potato chips, iced tea, coffee and dessert. We will have our DJ Ben back offering great music for dancing and listening. Flu shots will be given Sept. 17 at the Town Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Walgreens will be giving them, and no appointment is necessary, just bring in your Medicare card. Any questions, call Bonnie at 863-465-4888. What a convenience this is. Make sure you take advantage of it, Placid Lakes, its made for you. The Dalton Gang lost one of its members this week, Charlie Hopnger passed away suddenly. Our sincere condolences to Gloria and the family from all of us in the Circle. The LPBD also lost one of their dancers this week when Carl Pangle passed away in Sebring after a valiant battle with cancer and COPD. The Hand and Foot Club will be meeting at 5 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Town Hall. The newFruit and Nut Club will have their rst meeting Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. Were starting to feel it already its getting near time for our Snowbirds to come back. Were in for a busy season! We are very happy to see that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is out there trying to help prevent exotic fruit y outbreaks in Florida. We had our avocado trees safeguarded with traps recently, and we understand the citrus and nut trees are all being considered for protection by the USDA. Thank you! Just a reminder about out annual Kids PJs collection. We need your help to make sure our needy kinds in Lake Placid have a nice, new pair of PJs to greet Santa at Christmas. Sizes 0 to 11 years old, infants, girls and boys. Call Bonnie at 863-465-4888. The annual Christmas Light Cruise is Dec. 8. It includes bus, dinner, light cruise. All for $50, cash or card. Call Susie at 863-699-0886 to reserve a spot. The bus leaves from Publix in the afternoon. Flyers will be available at the Sept. 4 meeting. Our ducks are on vacation, will probably return with the Snowbirds.Tropical Harbor EstatesBy Arlene CloustonLAKE PLACID At the present time, we do not have a clubhouse at our disposal but that does not stop us from having a congenial meal together. Saturday morning, Aug.16, was the omelet breakfast, which everyone enjoyed. It was served with a fruit cup and croissant and of course, coffee. For your omelet you were given a cup and a half of beaten egg in a plastic bag into which you could put the following: chopped onion, pepper, sausage, and cheese and then the plastic bags were dropped into boiling water for 17 minutes. Presto, you had the cutest omelet to put on your plate. This was held in the pretty yard of Judy Muise. Marilyn Cromer and all her efcient helpers put on the meal. Labor Day will be the walking tacos at 20 Rickert Drive at 5 p.m. for $5. They also will be served whatever way you like yours. They are fun to eat. Maybe youll want to take your taco home. Come and enjoy. The Monday Morning BYOC meeting was held on Peggy Sue Teagues carport at 9 a.m. Aug. 18. We all were happy to see that Joan and Jerry Rau were back from Texas. Peggy Sue called on Carol Noel to give her Sunshine Report which was as follows: Gilbert Marino is ill and Margie Mulhalland had fallen and spent time in the hospital; Bruce Mulhalland has passed away. Please sign all get well and sympathy cards as it mean a lot to receive these. The Red Hats went to the Happy Chef on the circle in Lake Placid for their August luncheon out on Aug. 14. We will not meet again until October. The ladies coffee was held on Aug. 19 at the home of Fran Buero. Fran offered us treats to go with the coffee as we walked in. Marilyn Cromer held the discussion on the omelet breakfast and the walking tacos coming up. We were sorry to hear that Virginia Tharp isnt feeling her perky self. Sept. 2, the ladies coffee will be at my home and Sept. 9 at the home of Donna Kilbride. The Ladies Lunch out at 11:30 on Aug. 19 was held at the Garden Caf, which is McLanes Country Garden. Jean Noyes and Carolyn Reece were the hostesses. The tables were set with uted champagne glasses lled with wrapped hard candies and a ower spray in each, which was so colorful. Potted plants were given away for door prizes. The Garden Caf is a delightful place to eat. The Mustangs ate at Dock 633 and they were pleased with their choice. They will be going to the Placid Lakes Country Club on Sept. 16. For their breakfast out,the Mustangs will be going to the Truck Stop on the Sept. 2. Call Charlie Price for information. Thank you to the angel that picks up our newspaper, walks up the driveway and hangs the newspaper on the railing of our front steps. When I get up I just have to open the door, reach out and take in the newspaper. Whoever you are, your kind deeds are certainly appreciated. It isnt about a smile; its about what is inside of your smile. Julia Roberts | COMMUNITY CALENDARAugust SaturdayMonday Labor Day weekend celebration open to the public at Lake Placid VFW Post 3880, located at 1224 County Road 621 East. Special 5:30 p.m. meals each day. Saturday: spaghetti with salad and garlic toast. Cost of $7. Entertainment by DJ Ben. Cake walk at 7 p.m; Sunday: country fried steak with fries, cole slaw and green beans. Cost of $8. Music by DJ Ben. Monday: New England clam chowder with spring salad and a roll for $5. Music by Jim Duke. Monday events will culminate at 7 p.m. with a drawing for a covered patio swing. Tickets, priced at 12 for $5, will be available at the meal times. Monday, Labor Day Lake Placid Moose Lodge will host a picnic for members and guests from 2 until 5 p.m. Hamburgers and hot dogs will be provided. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass.Approaching events Sept. 9 Take a balcony -to-backstage tour and hear the mighty Wurlitzer organ at the historic Tampa Theater. Then go to the Tampa Museum of Art for the exhibit Poseidon: Myth, Cult, and Daily Life. For details and tickets, call Orange Blossom Tours at 863-451-3040 or 855-628-0855 or visit www.OrangeBlossomTours. com. Sept. 19 My Generation, Young Chinese Artists, the first U.S. art exhibit by Chinese artists under the age of 36 and the first joint exhibit by the Museum of Fine Arts and the Tampa Museum of Art. For details, call Orange Blossom Tours at 863-451-3040 or 855-628-0855 or go to www.OrangeBlossomTours. com. Sept. 19-21 The 5th annual Sebring Thunder car show in downtown Sebring. Car Show, food vendors, music by California Toe Jam Band and fun. For details call 800-423-5939 or visit www. sebringthunder.net. Sept. 23 Holy Land Experience, one of Orlandos most moving and meaningful theme parks, which recreates the Jerusalem of Biblical times. For details, call Orange Blossom Tours at 863-451-3040 or 855-628-0855 or go to www. OrangeBlossomTours.com. Oct. 9 Tri-Chamber Mixer at Archbold Biological Station, 123 Main Drive, Venus from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 Orlando Shakespeare Theaters Actors Equity matinee production of the musical Les Miserables, winner of three Tony awards and a Grammy award. For details and tickets, call Orange Blossom Tours at 863-451-3040 or 855-628-0855 or go to www. OrangeBlossomTours.com. Oct. 3-4 Wings and Wildflowers Festival in Leesburg and Mt. Dora. Learn from national and local experts about Floridas birds, wildflowers, and natural resources. Hear award-winning photographer Roger Hammer, keynote dinner speaker. For details and tickets, call Orange Blossom Tours at 863-451-3040 or 855-628-0855 or go to www. OrangeBlossomTours.com.Ongoing events The Lake Placid Garden Club meets the second Wednesday of each month, September through May at the Lake Placid Womans Club building, 10 N. Main Ave., Lake Placid. Social time at 11:30, lunch at noon with garden related program and business meeting following. New members welcome. For information call Alice at 863-699-2981 or Sharon at 863-531-0060. Archbold Biological Station, 123 Main Drive, Venus. Open Monday through Friday from 8a.m. to 5p.m. Visitors must register at the main office. A short video about the biodiversity and conservation of the Lake Wales Ridge is available for viewing and Walk-Through Time self-guided tour that emphasizes plant identifi cation and scrub ecology begins at the south end of the main grounds. For more information call 863-465-2571 or visit www. archbold-station.org. Highlands Hammock State Park, 5931 Hammock Road, Sebring. For event information or park tour information, call 863-386-6094 or visit www.FloridaStateParks.org. Lake Placid Ballroom Dancers. For membership information or event dates, call Susie Lee at 863-699-0886 or email at larryandsusie@centurylink. net. South Florida State College Lake Placid Center offers exercise and dance classes. For a detailed schedule, call 863-465-3003. Lake Placid Historical Society Depot Museum is open Monday through Friday from 10a.m. to 3p.m. at 12 Park St., Lake Placid. Call 863-465-1771. American Clown Museum & School is open Wednesdays through Fridays from noon to 3p.m. at 109 Interlake Blvd., Lake Placid. For more information, call 863-465-2920. Car Show at Kentucky Fried Chicken in Lake Placid at 5p.m. every Tuesday. Bingo every Thursday at 6p.m. at Lake Placid Elks Lodge 2661 on C.R. 621 E. Open to the public. Call 863-465-2661 for information. Firemens Flea Market every Friday and Saturday from 8a.m. to 2p.m. at the Highlands County Fairgrounds. Call 863-382-2255 for details. Lunch and card games at Lake Placid Elks Lodge the third Wednesday of each month. Open to the public. Bring a group of four and enjoy an afternoon of card games. Cost is $6 per person. Call 863-465-2661. Circle Theater of Sebring for information and events call 863-3821029 or visit www.circletheaterof sebring.org. Lake Country Cruisers Car Show meetings from 5 to 8p.m. in the parking lot near Platters restaurant in Lake Placid on the second Friday of each month. Third Thursday of every month Business Networking at Seacoast National Bank, 199 U.S. 27 N., Lake Placid, from 8 to 9a.m. SEBRING The Womans Club of Sebrings Community Care Committee is busy making stuffed puppy dogs for the area hospitals. Johnell West and Chairwoman Phyllis Summers sew the puppies together and members of the group put in the stuffing. The group delivered 36 puppies to Highlands Regional Medical Center 25 went to the emergency room and 11 went to the outpatient surgery department. Florida Hospital Heartland Medical Center saw the puppies and requested some for that hospital. Members are working to fill that order. The group meets regularly at 9 a.m. on the third Monday of each month throughout the year at the Womans Club, 4260 Lakeview Drive. Anyone who would like to participate in the projects for nursing homes, hospices, hospitals, and law enforcement are invited to attend. 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B14 | NEWS-SUN | Wednesday, August 27, 2014 www.newssun.com TODAYPartly sunny94 / 74Winds: ENE at 6-12 mphAn afternoon thunderstorm or two94 / 76Winds: S at 4-8 mphTHURSDAYA p.m. shower or thunderstorm93 / 76Winds: SE at 4-8 mphFRIDAYA t-storm or two in the afternoon93 / 75Winds: ESE at 4-8 mphSATURDAYPartly sunny, a t-storm in the p.m.90 / 73Winds: E at 4-8 mphSUNDAY High ............................................ 10:17 a.m. Low ............................................... 4:10 a.m. High ............................................ 10:33 p.m. Low ............................................... 4:25 p.m. High .............................................. 3:37 a.m. Low ............................................... 9:30 a.m. High .............................................. 3:43 p.m. Low ............................................. 10:05 p.m. Lake Jackson ..................................... 78.36 Lake Okeechobee ............................... 14.52 Normal ............................................... 14.51 High Friday ............................................ 97 Low Friday ............................................. 71 High Saturday ........................................ 98 Low Saturday ......................................... 68 High Sunday .......................................... 99 Low Sunday ........................................... 74 High Monday ......................................... 94 Low Monday .......................................... 74 Relative humidity .................................. 44% Expected air temperature ....................... 93 Makes it feel like .................................... 99 Saturday ............................................. 29.79 Sunday ................................................ 29.66 Monday ............................................... 29.75 Saturday ............................................. 0.00 Sunday ................................................ 0.00 Monday ............................................... 0.01 Month to date ..................................... 4.06 Year to date ....................................... 34.40Sunrise 7:04 a.m. 7:04 a.m. Sunset 7:51 p.m. 7:50 p.m. Moonrise 8:43 a.m. 9:35 a.m. Moonset 9:00 p.m. 9:35 p.m.Albuquerque 82/59/t 83/58/t 84/58/pc Atlanta 88/67/s 91/66/s 92/70/pc Baltimore 90/64/s 84/59/pc 82/65/pc Birmingham 93/66/s 93/68/s 95/72/pc Boston 88/66/pc 78/57/s 71/61/s Charlotte 87/63/s 91/66/s 92/68/pc Cheyenne 71/53/t 73/52/t 77/51/pc Chicago 75/64/t 77/70/pc 87/70/t Cleveland 74/58/pc 74/58/pc 84/69/t Columbus 86/64/pc 83/64/pc 91/72/t Dallas 95/76/pc 95/75/s 89/75/t Denver 75/55/t 72/53/t 78/54/pc Detroit 78/58/pc 77/61/pc 84/69/t Harrisburg 87/60/pc 80/54/s 80/62/pc Honolulu 89/74/pc 89/75/s 88/76/s Houston 88/75/t 90/76/t 90/75/t Indianapolis 86/67/pc 85/69/t 88/70/t Jackson, MS 94/71/s 93/70/pc 94/73/t Kansas City 91/73/t 89/71/pc 85/68/t Lexington 89/69/pc 89/69/pc 93/70/pc Little Rock 92/71/pc 92/75/s 90/73/t Los Angeles 88/66/s 88/67/s 87/67/s Louisville 91/72/pc 91/72/pc 94/73/t Memphis 94/74/pc 94/75/s 94/76/t Milwaukee 71/61/pc 71/66/sh 84/68/t Minneapolis 77/64/pc 71/65/r 78/64/pc Nashville 93/71/pc 93/68/t 93/71/pc New Orleans 92/78/pc 91/78/t 88/79/t New York City 89/67/pc 82/64/s 78/67/pc Norfolk 83/70/s 83/70/s 83/72/pc Oklahoma City 96/70/pc 93/68/pc 87/68/t Philadelphia 90/67/s 82/62/s 81/66/pc Phoenix 99/79/pc 104/77/s 106/78/s Pittsburgh 83/56/pc 78/56/pc 84/66/t Portland, ME 85/60/pc 75/55/pc 72/55/s Portland, OR 88/62/s 83/60/pc 82/59/pc Raleigh 87/65/s 90/68/s 88/69/pc Rochester 76/56/pc 70/51/s 76/64/t St. Louis 93/75/t 92/75/pc 90/75/t San Francisco 75/59/pc 75/60/s 74/60/pc Seattle 81/59/s 75/57/pc 75/57/pc Wash., DC 91/71/s 85/67/pc 85/73/pc Cape Coral 94/76/t 92/78/t 92/77/t Clearwater 92/78/s 93/78/pc 92/78/pc Coral Springs 92/77/t 92/77/t 92/79/t Daytona Beach 88/73/pc 90/75/t 91/75/t Ft. Laud. Bch 92/80/t 92/80/t 92/81/t Fort Myers 94/76/t 92/77/t 93/77/t Gainesville 90/68/pc 91/70/pc 96/73/pc Hollywood 92/77/t 92/78/t 92/80/t Homestead AFB 91/77/t 91/77/t 91/80/t Jacksonville 88/67/pc 90/70/t 91/73/pc Key West 90/82/t 90/82/t 91/84/sh Miami 92/78/t 91/79/t 91/81/t Okeechobee 90/72/t 90/74/t 91/75/t Orlando 91/73/t 94/75/t 95/75/t Pembroke Pines 92/77/t 92/78/t 92/80/t St. Augustine 89/72/pc 90/74/t 92/77/pc St. Petersburg 92/76/s 93/77/t 92/77/t Sarasota 96/77/s 95/78/t 95/78/t Tallahassee 95/70/pc 96/70/pc 93/74/pc Tampa 91/76/s 92/78/pc 92/78/t W. Palm Bch 90/77/t 92/78/t 91/79/t Winter Haven 93/73/pc 95/76/t 97/76/t Acapulco 89/78/t 88/77/t 87/77/t Athens 92/72/s 94/78/s 90/73/s Beirut 87/76/s 87/77/s 86/77/s Berlin 69/47/pc 72/52/pc 72/55/t Bermuda 85/77/r 80/74/r 84/75/r Calgary 77/49/s 62/40/t 68/50/pc Dublin 61/54/sh 64/53/sh 64/52/sh Edmonton 76/44/sh 56/41/sh 67/47/s Freeport 89/78/t 88/77/sh 90/80/sh Geneva 73/55/t 78/57/pc 74/58/t Havana 89/73/t 89/73/t 91/73/pc Hong Kong 91/82/t 90/82/t 90/80/t Jerusalem 84/65/s 84/64/s 84/64/s Johannesburg 72/50/s 72/34/s 55/36/s Kiev 68/52/t 63/49/r 67/48/pc London 69/59/c 71/56/r 70/57/sh Montreal 76/56/pc 70/52/pc 74/57/s Moscow 58/46/r 64/49/pc 63/47/pc Nice 84/69/pc 80/70/pc 80/70/pc Ottawa 75/52/pc 70/48/s 74/55/pc Quebec 76/53/pc 69/46/pc 73/52/s Rio de Janeiro 74/67/r 70/65/sh 70/63/r Seoul 84/66/pc 84/67/s 86/66/s Singapore 86/77/sh 86/77/sh 86/78/sh Sydney 63/51/r 63/50/r 63/49/s Toronto 75/53/pc 73/52/pc 72/61/t Vancouver 74/58/pc 69/56/pc 67/55/c Vienna 69/51/t 70/54/pc 76/60/pc Warsaw 66/50/c 67/49/pc 69/52/pc Winnipeg 74/55/s 78/58/s 72/49/pc Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. A weak cold front dipping southward from Canada will deliver spotty showers and thunderstorms to the Northeast and Ohio Valley today while dry and comfortable conditions are seen across much of the rest of the East Coast. More widespread showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast from the central Rockies, across the Plains and to the lower Great Lakes. This precipitation will develop along a boundary separating hot and humid air over the South and cooler, fall-like weather to the north. National Forecast for August 27 Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Today Thu. Fri. Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, c-cloudy, sh-showers, t-thunderstorms, rrain, sf-snow urries, sn-snow, i-ice. Partly sunny today. Mainly clear tonight. Clouds and sun tomorrow with a thunderstorm or two in the afternoon. Friday: warm with times of clouds and sun; an afternoon shower or thunderstorm in spots. Over 1,000 people drowned when a storm surge accompanying a hurricane inundated Charleston, S.C., on Aug. 27, 1893. Such events led to the adoption of hurricane safety plans. Partly sunny today. Winds east 6-12 mph. Expect 6-10 hours of sunshine with average relative humidity 60% and good drying conditions. Mainly clear tonight. Sunday. and Saturday. a.m. and after 4 p.m. FirstFullLastNew Sept 2Sept 8Sept 15Sept 24 Today ThursdayForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 88/67 90/68 90/69 88/73 91/73 93/73 91/76 92/78 92/76 96/77 94/76 94/78 90/72 90/77 92/80 92/78 95/70 89/73 90/72 94/74 94/74 92/74 94/74 94/74 92/73 90/82 TemperatureReadings at Archbold Biological Station in Lake PlacidHeat IndexFor 3 p.m. todayBarometer PrecipitationFive-Day forecast for Highlands County Almanac U.S. Cities World Cities National Summary Tides UV Index Today Weather History Farm Report Sun and Moon Florida Cities Water Restrictions Regional Summary Lake Levels Shown are noon postions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day.Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. 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