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Title: Winter Park-Maitland observer
Alternate title: Winter Park Maitland observer
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: G.J.W. Munster
Place of Publication: Winter Park FL
Publication Date: 07-21-2011
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Maitland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Winter Park
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with v. 1, no. 1, Jan. 26, 1989.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 29 (July 16, 1992).
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ursday, July 21, 2011 50+ tax BUS_CARD 3.25 x 2 August 2010Grafton Wealth ManagementWilliam D. Grafton III, Sarah Grafton DeVoe William D. Grafton IV Financial Advisors (407) 646-6725 400 Park Avenue South Suite 300 Winter Park, FL 32789 Merrill Lynch Wealth Management makes available products and services offered by Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated (MLPF&S) and other subsidiaries of Bank of America Corporation. MLPF&S is a registered broker-dealer, member SIPC. Investment products: 2010 Bank of America Corporation. All rights reserved. Are Not FDIC Insured Are Not Bank Guaranteed May Lose Value 407-740-0401 www.FirstColonyBank.netYour Real Hometown BankOn Hwy 17-92 in MaitlandMember FDIC wpmobserver.comUSPS 00-6186 Publisher statement on page 7. Page 16 Pet pad plans Page 12 Family opsGrafton Wealth Management is Page 13 Page 14 Quest for tness d Drinking hour change defeatedOrdinance pulled from agenda after residents protestPHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERDexters Bistro & Wine Bar is one of many Hannibal Square district restaurants pushing to stay open past midnight. night in Hannibal Square for eventually have more uniform Please see ALCOHOL Page 2Camera revenue declinesAllying for the futureAMY SIMPSON Observer Staff of a black truck cruising through away with it, too, if it werent for Marion Way was until it became My thoughts were, Theres no way were gonna be able to an average of 200 violations a first such community alliance ing in more than three years, Members of the alliance say that by relaunching the active as the Historic Village of Commerce Director Darlene Theoretically we can make this as big as we want to make area to arranging meetings with local law enforcement agents meet with local law enforcement PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERGraf ti dots a wall along the Orange County trail in Goldenrod, where a group of residents have formed an alliance to stop crime and gang activity. ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff Please see CAMERAS Page 4 Please see GOLDENROD Page 6SARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 2 Winter Park / Maitland Observer This is the fourth time since The rules are too inconsistent You can be across the street Residents speak up owners have fought the battle over more consistent alcohol sales hours for all businesses in search of shifting the balance enue is only a few blocks west of She also regularly eats at taurants that are the closest to in the Winter Park Commission times about the same issue, if not So far, the businesses along avenues have been consistently Root of the rules stricting alcohol sales hours in The last time an alcohol sales because the businesses werent what was hanging out in that Push for equality the City Commission to try to get equal chance at nabbing traffic as restaurants on Park Avenue, you can walk two blocks to Hannibal Square Association in 2009, the last time another back a restaurants business Park Avenue restaurants are has business owners continuing $100,000 $75,100 $60,906 $100,000 $100,000 $66,997 $73,026 $80,256 $86,677 $96,817 $85,199 $69,628 $100,000 $106,000 $112,360 $119,102 $126,248 $133,823 $133,823 $133,823 $136,365 $100,000 $107,000 $114,490 $131,079 $140,255 $150,073 $160,578 $171,818 $196,715 $183,845 $122,504 Which line gives you the best chance for success? According to paycheckforlife.com, three out of ve middle-class Americans entering retirement today are projected to outlive their nancial assets. Learn how to protect your retirement account from losses, maintain upside potential and maximize your lifetime income. Call us today for your PERSONALIZED SAFE MONEY REPORT.I llustr a tion per iod: 8 -31-2000 thr ough 8 -31-2010. Each e xample sho wn assumes $100,000 initial pr emium with no withdr a w als M ar ket v alue based on the S&P 500 Index. Historical performance of the S&P 500 Index should not be c onsider ed a r epr esen ta tion of cur r en t or futur e per f or manc e of the I nde x or of an y annuit y H ypothetical inde x annuit y pr oduc t illustration assumes cr editing method of a 6% annual poin t -t o -poin t cap and annual r eset H ypothetical I nc ome R ider V alue assumes a 7% annual r a t e of r etur n f or inc ome pur poses I llustr a tion v alues r epr esen t g r oss r etur ns A ssumed annuit y r a t es and ac tual hist or ical pr ic es of the S&P 500 I nde x w er e used in this purely hypothetical example for the purpose of illustrating comparitive values and to illustrate how the Interest-Crediting Strategy might have performed using dierent assumptions but the same Index performance. Assumptions are not guaranteed. Past performance does not guarantee future results. A c cumula tion V alue S&P 500 Index Income Rider Value ONE SHOTYou only have at retirement will fall60% of Americans short. $80,256 $69,628 Member of(407)-644-6646www.aSafeHarbor.comBob Adams President/CEOA SafeHarbor, LLC bob@asafeharbor.com ALCOHOL | Park Avenue restaurants can stay open until 2 a.m. Monday through Saturday CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 4 Winter Park / Maitland Observer a blurry image, missing vehicle Winter Park sions will cause them to think Winter Springs camera in the city became active Money mattersRight now were not making any money; were not losing rector, American Traffic Solutions, the citys management services Most times when the light cause were seeing less tickets but the balance rolls over to the Rethinking the law were members of the House who felt that local governments were becoming reliant on the ies show that the cameras cause tions since the cameras were Pushing forward cameras are making the streets CAMERAS | Red-light camera program has made many intersections safer, but may soon be illegal CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Learn moreVisit your city governments website to learn more about your local red light camera program. MAITLAND PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE HAS MOVED! After 23 years in The Shoppes at Maitland we are pleased to announce we have moved to The Royal Plaza in Maitland, behind Jeremiahs Italian Ice and next to Subway at the corner of 17-92 and Horatio. We look forward to continuing to serve the people of Maitland and Winter Park with our great service and low prices. The owners and employees at the Maitland Prescription Shoppe look forward to seeing you at our new location145 S. Orlando Ave. Maitland, FL 32751407-539-1110 17-92 Horatio AveJeremiahsMaitland Prescription Shoppe PHOTO BY AMY SIMPSON THE OBSERVERMaitland Police Lt. John Schardine reviews red light camera footage. Of the 3,500 cases, less than half have resulted in citations due to reasons such as the driver didnt stop completely before making a right turn on red.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 5 Winter Park / Maitland Observer IMPORTANT NOTICEIf you or your loved one is or was a resident atREGENTS PARK OF WINTER PARKThis facility has been cited for multiple deficiencies including:FAILURE to give residents proper treatment to prevent new bed (pressure) sores or heal existing bed sores.[8/13/2010, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to write and use policies that forbid mistreatment, neglect and abuse of residents and theft of residents' property.[10/30/2008]FAILURE to give professional services that meet a professional standard of quality.[8/13/2010, 3/12/2009, 3/31/2008]FAILURE to follow all laws and professional standards.[10/30/2008]FAILURE to develop a complete care plan that meets all of a resident's needs, with timetables and actions that can be measured.[8/13/2010, 10/22/2009, 6/9/2008]FAILURE to give each resident care and services to get or keep the highest quality of life possible.[8/13/2010, 10/22/2009, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to make sure that each resident who enters the nursing home without a catheter is not given a catheter, unless it is necessary.[6/10/2010, 8/13/2010, 10/22/2009, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to provide needed housekeeping and maintenance.[10/30/2008]FAILURE to provide social services for related medical problems to help each resident achieve the highest possible quality of life.[3/31/2010]FAILURE to make a complete assessment that covers all questions for areas that are listed in official regulations.[8/13/2010]FAILURE to tell each resident who can get Medicaid benefits about which items and services Medicaid covers and which the resident must pay for; or how to apply for Medicaid, along with the names and addresses of State groups that can help.[8/13/2010, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to make sure that the nursing home area is free of dangers that cause accidents.[10/22/2009, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to store, cook, and give out food in a safe and clean way.[8/13/2010, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to make sure that a working call system is available in each resident's room or bathroom and bathing area.[8/13/2010]FAILURE to immediately tell the resident, doctor, and a family member if: the resident is injured, there is a major change in resident's physical/mental health, there is a need to alter treatment significantly, or the resident must be transferred or discharged.[10/22/2009]FAILURE to make sure that the nursing home area is safe, easy to use, clean and comfortable.[8/13/2010]FAILURE to give or get lab tests to meet the needs of residents.[8/13/2010]FAILURE to give proper treatment to residents with feeding tubes to prevent problems (such as aspiration pneumonia, diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, metabolic abnormalities, nasal-pharyngeal ulcers) and help restore eating skills, if possible.[3/12/2009, 10/30/2008]FAILURE to make sure that each resident's nutritional needs were met.[3/12/2009]FAILURE to have drugs and other similar products available, which are needed every day and in emergencies, and give them out properly.[3/12/2009]FAILURE to develop a complete care plan within 7 days of each resident's admission; preparea care plan with the care team, including the primary nurse, doctor, resident or resident's family or representative; or check and update the care plan.[10/30/2008]FAILURE to hire only people who have no legal history of abusing, neglecting or mistreating residents; or report and investigate any acts or reports of abuse, neglect or mistreatment of residents.[6/17/2010]FAILURE to make sure all assessments are accurate, coordinated by an RN, done by the right professional, and are signed by the person completing them.[10/30/2008]THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT If you or someone you love is or has been in the past a resident of Regents Park of Winter Park, call the law firm of Wilkes & McHugh, P.A. for a free consultation.800.255.5070www.wilkesmchugh.comPOOR CARE CAN LEAD TOBEDSORES, BROKEN BONES...EVEN DEATH. *Deficiencies were obtained from past federal inspection results available on Medicare.gov.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 6 Winter Park / Maitland Observer The Artist-in-Action Program offers non-residential studio space at the Maitland Art Center to an established or emerging artist for the professional practice and research of ne art. This program is an opportunity to interact with its community of artists and art enthusiasts while working in this uniquely rich and historic environment. The application deadline is Aug. 1. Email richard@artandhistory.org or call 407-539-2181. The Florida Department of Transportations Florida 511 iPhone application is now available for free download at the iTunes App Store. The Florida 511 Traveler Information System provides traf c information on all of Floridas roads.Ways to give backHost a high school foreign exchange student in August. Contact Betsy at 321-277-7198 or visit afsusa.org Throughout the month of July, if you bring a ier to Mimis Cafe, the Jewish Pavilion will get 15 percent of the sale. Print the ier here: jewishpavilion.org/417-2/ Run or walk a half marathon with Team Challenge Central Florida at the Rock n Roll Las Vegas Half Marathon in December. Contact Lindsey at lgardner@ccfa.org or 646-875-2079 to RSVP. Visit ccteamchallenge.org Cornerstone Hospice is experiencing an increase in the number of veterans that are receiving its hospice services. If you are a veteran and are interested in spending quality time with terminally ill veterans, contact mcruz@cornerstonehospice.org or call 407-304-2604.Community Bulletin Business Briefs USPS 00-6186 ISSN 1064-36131500 Park Center Drive Orlando, FL 32835-5705Member of: Goldenrod Chamber of CommercePublisher reserves right to edit or refuse all advertisements, announcements, articles and/or letters to the editor. Submission does not guarantee publication. Columnists opinions are made independently of the newspaper. All rights reserved. Winter Park / Maitland Observer 2011www.wpmobserver.com | Phone: 407-563-7000 | Fax: 407-563-7099 | editor@observernewspapers.comP.O. Box 2426 Winter Park, FL 32790 Published Thursday, July 21, 2011 CONTACTSVolume 23, Issue Number 29PUBLISHER Kyle Taylor 407-563-7009 kyle@observernewspapers.com MANAGING EDITOR Jenny Andreasson 407-563-7026 editor@observernewspapers.com INTERIM DESIGNER Jonathan Gallagher 407-563-7054 erics@observernewspapers.com REPORTERS Jenny Andreasson 407-563-7026 editor@observernewspapers.com Isaac Babcock 407-563-7023 isaacb@observernewspapers.com LEGALS | CLASSIFIEDS Ashley McBride legal@FLAlegals.com classi eds@observernewspapers.com COPY EDITORS Isaac Babcock isaacb@observernewspapers.com Matt Morrison COLUMNISTS Chris Jepson Jepson@MediAmerica.us Louis Roney LRoney@c .rr.com Josh Garrick joshgarrick9@gmail.com ADVERTISING SALES MANAGER Tracy Craft 407-515-2605 tcraft@observernewspapers.com SUBSCRIPTIONS | CIRCULATION Amanda Rayno 407-563-7073 arayno@golfweek.com INTERN Amy Simpson The following Orlando-based Foley & Lardner LLP real estate attorneys named 2011 Florida Super Lawyers by Florida Super Lawyers magazine: Edmund T. Baxa, Jr., Construction Litigation; Michael Gay, Civil Litigation Defense; Paul E. Rosenthal, Real Zoning. In addition, Michael A. Okaty, Business/Corporate was named one of the 2011 Florida Rising Stars. The Mid-Florida Home Builders Foundation recently installed their 2011-2012 Senior Of cers. Mellanie Bartlett, of Sweeney & Bartlett Marketing Partners and a Maitland resident, was elected as Foundation President. NAI Realvest recently negotiated the $590,000 sale price for a 7,840-square-foot industrial building Place in the Big Tree Crossing Industrial Park off County Road 427 in Longwood. The buyer, Metal Essence, relocated from Altamonte Springs. City National Bank of Florida has named Richard P. Bryan, Jr. vice Park Banking Center. He brings more than 14 years of banking, sales and marketing experience to CNB. Jewelry Plus, a third generation family-owned jewelry store, is building Plus leaves their current location of 13 years to occupy 3,300 square feet at the new Monarch Plaza, located at 1860 State Road 436. Call 407-6778354 or visit jewelry-plus.com The American Heart Associations Greater Orlando Division is pleased to welcome two new members to serve on the Board of Directors Jill S. Schwartz, Attorney at Law, Jill President & Assistant Administrator, Florida Hospital. Rollins MBA was awarded the TeamMBA Award from the Graduate Management Admission Council. The annual TeamMBA Award program recognizes schools that exemplify a commitment to social responsibility. BASE Camp Childrens Cancer Foundation is partnering with David Maus for the Fill the Bug! campaign. Select David Maus dealerships will be hosting the BASE Camp antique 1971 super Beetle in their show rooms during the month of July. Visitors and employees will be able to help ll the bug to bene t local children with cancer. To make a donation, visit the David Maus Volkswagon Dealership on South OBT through July 31. For more information, contact Rachel Perez at Rachel@ basecamp.org or 407-673-5060. Fill the bug with donations Valencia Community College of cially became Valencia College on July 1. Along with a new name, the college introduces a new ad campaign to support student enrollment and communicate Valencias impact on the community. Valencias new name noticed here407-515-2605tcraft@observernewspapers.comget advertisecontact tracyGOLDENROD | Next meeting is Aug. 3 ange County Sheriffs Office erything alone, so working to ment by sharing information nity, they might be even more businesses to commit to cleaning his goals are to increase lighting Way Trail that runs through We all have our reasons to asking for a lot of time, we just CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Learn moreThe next Goldenrod Community Alliance meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 3 at 11:45 a.m. For more information on how to get involved or to RSVP, call 407-677-5980.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 7 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Federal Trust Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. At Federal Trust Bank, were determined to do more to make your home buying dreams come true. Now, were giving away $1,000 to the lucky winner of our Dream Home Photo Contest it could be you! Heres how it works: Take a photo of yourself or you and your family standing in front of your dream home, and submit it to your local Federal Trust Bank office. Smile and say cheesewell pick a winning photo, and the winner will receive $1,000! Were also giving $200 Lowes gift cards to homebuyers who get their home loan from us! So come see us or apply for your home loan online at federaltrust.com. Take advantage of our great rates, our fast, easy application and approval, and our friendly personal service. And be sure to submit your photo! Contest ends August 31, 2011. Enter our Dream Home Photo Contest and win $1,000! A picture is worth $1,000.Get a $200 Lowes gift card on us! federaltrust.com FEDERAL TRUST BANK DREAM HOME PHOTO SWEEPSTAKES ABBREVIATED RULES: NO PURCHASE OR TRANSACTION NECESSARY TO ENTER. Limit one (1) entry per person; must be 18 years or older and a legal resident of Flagler, Lake, Orange, Seminole, or Volusia counties in Florida. To enter, submit one (1) developed photograph or photocopy of photograph (no larger than 4 x 6 inches) showing yourself [and, if applicable, your family] standing in front of the dream home that you wish to purchase. Entries must be made in person at Federal Trust Bank locations in the following counties in Florida: Flagler, Lake, Orange, Seminole and Volusia. Begins 5/2/11; all entries must be received by 8/31/11. Winner will be randomly drawn 9/30/11; odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received. Prize: A check for $1,000. For complete rules and eligibility requirements and a list of participat ing Federal Trust Bank locations, visit Sponsors website at www.FederalTrust.com. LOWES GIFT CARD INCENTIVE: Void outside Florida and where prohibited. To receive a $200 LOWES Gift Card, either visit a Federal Trust Bank location and apply for a home loan, or apply online at www.FederalTrust.com; gift card will be given only upon acceptance and completion of home loan contract between applicant and Federal Trust Bank. Limit one (1) gift card per completed home loan contract. Must be 18 years or older and a legal resident of Flagler, Lake, Orange, Seminole, or Volusia counties in Florida. Begins 12:00:00 AM ET on 5/2/11; ends 11:59:59 PM ET on 12/30/11. For complete details rules and eligibility requirements and a list of participating Federal Trust Bank locations, visit Sponsors website at www.FederalTrust.com. Government-issued photo ID may be required and additional loan approval requirements may be imposed; see full details at www.FederalTrust.com and/or at Federal Trust Bank locations. Lowes Companies, Inc. is not a sponsor of, nor is it afliated with, this promotion; additional terms and conditions may apply to gift card. Copyright Federal Trust Bank. All rights reserved. Equal Housing Lender Member FDIC Grooving for a causePHOTOS BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERThe Rum Ball Market. There were restaurant tastings, rum drinks and entertainment by Caribbean Groove. Visit dsacf.org

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Excludes power scooters, seat lift chairs, sale items, wellness supplements, web, custom, special orders and insurance transactions. No other discounts apply. Previous orders excluded. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Coupon has no cash value.BRING THIS COUPON IN FOR20% OFF One Item(Cash Sale Items Only)Coupon Expires 2-28-09 Code SENIORRESGUIDE08N CUT OUT AND SAVE Visit Us on the Web @www.Binsons.comCall Us Toll Free1 (888) BINSONS (246-7667) Your Diabetes HeadquartersAdult DiapersPower ScootersSeat Lift ChairsHospital BedsOxygenCPAPWheelchairsWalkersMastectomy SuppliesBath SafetyAnd Much More! Sterling Heights, MI43900 Schoenherr Rd. 1 (586) 737-2323Troy, MI6012 Rochester Rd. 1 (248) 828-8400Winter Park, FL2069 Aloma Ave. 1 (800) 990-9557Royal Oak, MI30475 Woodward Ave. 1 (248) 288-0440Southgate, MI18800 Eureka Rd. 1 (734) 281-1800Center Line, MI26834 Lawrence 1 (586) 755-2300Eastpointe, MI21571 Kelly Rd. 1 (586) 779-7770Locations *Retail orders by cash, check or credit card only. Excludes power scooters, seat lift chairs, sale items, wellness supplements, web, custom, special orders and insurance transactions. No other discounts apply. Previous orders excluded. Cannot be combined with other discounts. 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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 9 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Savannah Court of Maitland Offers many entertaining, fun and educational events each month. Join us for one or all! 1301 W. Maitland Blvd. Maitland, FL 32751407-645-3990www.SavannahCourtMaitland.com A Senior Living Community where Hospitality is a Way of Life. 1301 W. Maitland Blvd. Maitland, FL 32751407-645-3990 www.SavannahCourtMaitland.comAssisted Living Facility License No. 8447 Skilled Nursing Facility License No. 1635096 Select and Limited Suites starting at ONLY $2095 yet ComfortableA Senior Living Community where Hospitality is a Way of Life. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! Youre always welcome!Elegant Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above!Old Fashioned-Bazaar BashFriday, July 29th 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Lost Money in the Market?You may have a claim if you have suffered a loss of money in: Call today for a FREE consultation. No fee if no recovery. Colling, Gilbert, Wright & Carter407-712-7300 Central Floridas Largest Fine Arts Gallery221 South Knowles Ave Winter ParkWe are proud to represent some of the most sought-after and collectible artists in the world.407-622-0102 www.FredlundGallery.comWe offer: Going full boil right at home as he leans back in the mascot of one of his favorite House brewsBut now he might have some There are only so many beers you can get out there, so Thats not a tough task with Beer revolution revolution before Fifty Brews ing one right now that tells him what his beer will look like, how tomers on new brews about to Keeping it old schoolWess Smith, the bars brewmas Theyre starting slow, Wess Breweries expand the resurgence of small brewer the country over the last 20 to the Brewers Association, a som Pilsner got its start in Or Winter Park, has an assortment With breweries like Fifty theyre quickly becoming a fac Usually our beers will only someone hears about it, they tell the future for brewing beers that want to continue to have the Learn more Learn moreFifty Brews is located at 875 Woodbury Road in Orlando and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Visit www.fiftybrews.com or call 407-504-5833 for more information. PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERBrewers (from left) Wess Smith, Ian Smith, Garret Rex and Alex Font are creating new beers every week at Fifty Brews, next to the Waterford Lakes T own Center. ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 10 Winter Park / Maitland Observer tensive aquatic vegetation man levels through the same means of water within the city of Mai after chemical treatments have Though originally very life Conservations Commission, has begun rotating chemical usage on the Chain of Lakes to ensure that the lowest levels of lowest levels that we have seen along the north shore of Lake Marissa Williams Maitland Storm water/lakes manager City Council AgendaCity Council meets the sec Decisions: Hearing mission (2) Maitland City TalkBY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKERMAYOR Hydrilla under control in Maitland Winter Park City TalkBY RAND Y KNIGHTCITY MANAGER Come join me for coffee talk with me in an informal en you there!July 25 CRA board meeting Hall Commission Chambers for the Central Business District, July 25 City Commission meeting topics of interest City Commission meeting at Mayors report Board appointments Consent agenda Action items requiring discussionSet the tentative millage rate ter Park Public hearings Commercial trict Request of the City of Win tion of alcoholic beverages for violations the Hannibal Square City Commission reportsCommissioner Leary Commissioner McMacken Continuing the Community Conversation this time online!Recently, the City of Winter Park Conversations where many tions with you, this time online less of where you are or the time for Winter Park: Conversations button at the bot of conversation: tions Blog tions Survey face meetings: PHO T O COURTESY OF CITY OF MAITLANDHydrilla is a noxious and maintenence-intensive aquatic species. Its under control in the city of Maitland.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 11 Winter Park / Maitland Observer CalendarONGOING Community Conversations online. Through Monday, July 25, log on to cityofwinterpark.org and click on the COMMUNITY Conversations button at the bottom. The Winter Park Farmers Market is every Saturday morning from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the old train depot, locatcityofwinterpark.org The Maitland Farmers Market is every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Lake Lily. Visit itsmymatiland.com or call 407-539-6268. Food T ruck Caf is every Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at Lake Lily Park in Maitland. Check the citys Facebook page or TheDailyCity.com for more information.THURSDA YThe Newcomers of Central Florida will host a luncheon and general meeting at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, July 21 tions are required. New and prospective members are welcome. Call 407359-1497 or visit newcomersc.org proudly presents its annual fashion show, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 21 at Dubsdread Ballroom. Tickets are $40 per person, $45 at the door. Proceeds Council Scholarship and Endowment Fund. Contact publicity@wecorlando. Join City Manager Randy Knight for Coffee T alk from 6-7 p.m. July 21 at The SPCA of Central Floridas 11th Annual Wine for Whiskers is from 6-8 p.m. July 21 at the Double Tree Hotel, Downtown Orlando. Visit Or landoPets.org or call 407-248-1758. Lighthouse Central Floridas third Dining in the Dark event is 6 p.m. July 21 at Lighthouse Central Floridas headquarters in College Park. Tickets are available for $100 per person or $150 per couple. Contact Margaret Henslee at mhenslee@lcf-.org or 407-898-2483 extension 235. presents The Big Lebowski at 7 p.m. July 21. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for a brown bag dinner. Call 407-644Park.org Beat the summer heat with the 28th annual 5k Road Race, beginning and ending at the JCC Maitland at 7 p.m. July 21. There is a free kids race for ages 6 and younger beginning at 8:30 p.m. Enjoy a free pool party with pizza, sodas and beer (21 and up) following the race. FRIDA YChristian HELP will be celebrating its free and family-friendly Fourth Annual Christmas in July at Metro Casselberry, from 6-9 p.m. July 22. Bring a teen gift and get three rafe tickets. Fresh Med Spa presents Pampering for a Purpose is 4-9 p.m. July 22 and includes a treatment that benets the Roberts family. Cost is $99. Fresh Med Spas is located at 1331 N. Mills Ave. Visit freshmedspas.com The Minerva Institute is hosting a launch party at Mindful Body of Maitland from 7-9 p.m. Friday, July 22. This donation-based event is located at 110 N. Orlando Ave., Maitland. Visit minervainstitute.org SA TURDA YCleansing and Detoxication Workshop will be held from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 23 at The Yoga Shala, Cost is $10. Visit InJoyHealthcare.com or call 407-252-1397 to register. GoldenRule Housing & Community Development Corporation is hosting a free rst-time homebuyer workshop on July 23 in Apopka. Down Payment Assistance up to $7,500 and First Time Homebuyer Certicates are available. Reservations are required. Call 407-878-3759.SUNDA Y Memorial Post 112, will host its annual Christmas in July event from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 24. Admission for those 16 years of age and older is one unwrapped childs gift such as game/toy ($5-$10). Call 407671-8616 for additional event infor mation. The Legion is located at 4490 N. Goldenrod Road. hosting a Brunch and Fashion Show at 1:30 p.m. July 24. All attendees will receive a discount coupon for their own personal shopping excur sion. Tickets for non-members are $25. Call 407-644-6149 or visit universityclubwinterpark.org The Breakthrough Theatre will hold its T wo Y ear Anniversary and Award Celebration at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 24 at the Master Class Academy, 711-B are $20. Visit breakthroughtheatre. com MONDA YThe Orlando Philharmonic Orchestras Sounds of Summer Series continues with Summer Serenades at 7 p.m. Monday, July 25 in the Margeson Theater, 812 E. Rollins St., Orlando. Call 407-770-0071 or visit OrlandoPhil.orgTUESDA YCult Classics at the Enzian presents T ombstone at 9:30 p.m. July 26 for $5. Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer star in this action-packed, new western classic. The Books to Die For mystery book club will discuss Michael Connellys Lincoln Lawyer at 7:30 p.m. July 26, and the Contemporary Authors Book Discussion group will discuss Ken Folletts Fall of the Giants at events are at the Maitland Public Library, 501 S. Maitland Ave. Call 407647-7700, or e-mail mphillips@maitlandpubliclibrary.orgWEDNESDA YLegislative redistricting committees will be meeting in Orlando on on the 2012 statewide redistricting process and receive feedback from Floridas voters. Meetings will be held from 2-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. July 27 at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Center, FloridaRedistricting.org JUL Y 28 Park will celebrate National Milk Chocolate Day by giving away 100 chocolate bars to the rst 100 people in the door at 10 a.m. July 28. The store is located at 300 S. Park Ave., Park Village will pay tribute to National Lasagna Day by offering guests several lasagna entrees at half price on Thursday, July 28. Lasagna Day reservations are strongly recommended and can be made by calling 407-622-5611. Thank you for your continued annual support! Ad Satisfaction ADT Fire & Security Beckman & Associates Cerise Boutique CGB Presentations Chateau E.I.E.I.O., Inc. Courtyard by Marriott Orlando Downtown Edwards Financial Services, Inc. Joseph Regner Shula's Steakhouse at WDW Dolphin Soco Interiors Sam & Heather Stark The Park Apartment Homes 5+ Years Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Florida David A. May, P.A. Dexters of Winter Park Emergency Services & Reconstruction Florida Barter Hangers Cleaners Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Northern & Central Florida Chapter Oral & Facial Surgeons of Mid-Florida St. Richard's Episcopal Church The Bistro on Park Avenue Tropical Smoothie Cafe 10+ Years Battaglia Group Comfort Suites Greenburg Traurig Regents Park of Winter Park Winter Park Plastic Surgery Winter Park Village, A Castro Property 15+ Years Bach Festival Society of Winter Park Orange County Regional History Center 20+ Years Carlton Arms Apartments of Winter Park Glenridge Middle School 25+ Years Kane & Associates Orlando Business Journal 30+ Years American Lock & Door Specialists Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Morse Boulevard Alan Parker 45+ Years Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Park Avenue Park Avenue Area Association members Chamber Trustees are listed in blue The businesses, organizations and individuals below have chosen to support your local Chamber of Commerce again in 2011 by renewing their membership. Please join us in thanking them for their investment in our co mmunity the next time you shop, eat, or call on their place of business. August 1, 2011 11:30 a.m. Guest Speaker: Beth Kassab, columnist, Orlando Sentinel $20 Members $25 Non-members August 18, 2011 5:30 7:30 p.m.Hosted by: $5 Members $15 Non-members For more information on the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, our members, or upcoming events, visit us at the Winter Park Welcome Center, call ( 407) 644-8281 or log on to www.winterpark.org.

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 12 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Lifestyles Pet rescue center needs $300,000Judy Sarullo is on the move, again. But the energetic founder of Pet Rescue By Judy is used to this by now. Shes learned to make do each of the seven times shes had to change locations as her pet rescue shelter, clinic and adoption center has grown, or forced out of a neighborhood. Now, standing inside a leaking building during Floridas rainy season, shes getting ready for her eighth. But she has big plans for her tiny move just two miles north of her current shelter on Iroquois Avenue in Sanford. Shell be right across from Sanfords Paw Park Place dog park. She already has the new centers two buildings for free, courtesy of an anonymous donor. But theres a big catch: She needs $300,000 to renovate the buildings before she can move in. Were going to have to do lots of fundraising and need lots of ideas, Sarullo said. On a missionThats another thing shes used to. The growing organization has subsisted on donations for years to keep animals from going to kill shelters, which euthanize pets who take too long to be adopted. Thats what Sarullo said shes hoping to stop, on an even larger scale, if she can move into the pair of buildings totaling 9,000 square feet just east of U.S. Highway 17/92. Its going to be a marvelous thing for the community, she said. Its going to help stop the euthanizing of thousands and thousands of animals in our area. To do that, she said she wants to attack it in two ways at once. Though her shelter will offer a spay and neuter clinic, she said shell also be educating pet owners about sterilizing their animals to cut down on pet overpopulation. That includes dispelling some old wives tales about how the procedure can affect pets. The more we can educate people of the importance of spaying and neutering animals, the better, Sarullo said. They dont get fat and lazy, they dont stop being good watchdogs, or any of those things people say. But before they get spayed or neutered, their hormones are bursting at the seams. There are months old, having babies themselves, then theyre nursing six puppies or kittens or more, and ther. That compounding problem only gets worse, she said. Its exacerbated by some other pet adoption agencies or clinics pocketing the cost for spaying and neutering animals, but then not doing it. Rescue groups should not allow any animals to go out inSome places dont do it, so they can keep the money theyre charging people, then they exand they dont do it. Susan McCormick gets to see day, helping foster animals for Pet Rescue by Judy in her home. Every morning, shes awake to feed a litter of puppies that were left to fend for themselves. Otherwise, the problem would multiply out of control. Shes hoping that with a bigger facility and the clinic, theyll be able to combat the problem better than ever. If people understood she really needs money, and it would really help the community, McCormick said. You think about all the waste of these animals. They get spayed and neutered and that solves it. Big changesOnce Sarullo moves into her new rescue shelter, shell be able to expand that spaying and neuter ing operation, but until then, she needs to raise $300,000 for renovations to the current buildings. But the location next to a dog park and pet store couldnt be better, she said. Sanford Mayor Jeff Triplett agreed. Its just a dog friendly place, Triplett said. Having her right next to it is a perfect Sarullo said she hopes to by December 2012, but that will depend entirely on fundraising. The plans are already in place, with detailed architectural drawings created by friend Anthony Leporte, with the interior arranged by Sarullos longtime veterinarian, Dr. Anne Scholl. That includes the clinic inside the front building, plus a 5,000-square-foot pet shelter in the back of the complex. With that level of capacity, she hopes shell be able to help even more animals. Itll be in the thousands, she said. But even with such a lofty fundraising goal and big expectations, she said shes ready for the challenge. Ive got to admit its a huge undertaking, Sarullo said. Well be successful. Its just going to take a lot of work. Thats the important thing to save the lives of these animals. Learn more Learn moreThe roads will ll with the roar of motorcycles from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 28 when the Seminole Harley Owners Group partners with Pet Rescue by Judy for the Hogs Saving Dogs charity ride to raise money for the clinic and shelter. Theyll ride from the Winter Springs VFW to Mugshots Sports Bar in Altamonte Springs. Visit petrescuebyjudy.com for more details. PHOTOS BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERPet Rescue by Judys Judy Sarullo shows plans for a new shelter, which will also have an adoption center and clinic. ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 13 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Family Calendar Fifth Third Bank is offering eight lucky hoopsters the opportunity to meet NBA All-Star Dwight Howard and participate in his basketball camp at the University of Central Florida Aug. 1. Applicants must register at any local Fifth Third Bank by July 22. Applicants must be between ages 7 and 18. Winners will be selected on July 25. Use the branch locator at 53.com The new Little Linksters Tour series kicks off on July 23. The events are open to children 3-8 years old, regardless of gol ng ability in what is a very noncompetitive introductory tour series. Visit littlelinksters.com or call 321-278-1612. The KidFest summer movie series is Tuesday through Thursday through July 31 at the Enzian. Screenings are free for everyone and individual tickets on weekends are only $5. Visit Enzian.org to view the movie schedule. Create your own movie at Young Filmmakers Summer Camp! This two-week summer camp, held from July 25-29, is located at the Enzian Theater and open to children entering grades 5-8. No previous experience required. Visit Enzian.org On July 26 and Aug. 2 at the Morse Museum, families can enjoy a guided museum tour and take-home activity. On July 22 and Aug. 5, participants will see a short lm, visit the Tiffany exhibits and produce art. Reservations are required. Call 407645-5311, extension 136. Art & History Museums Maitland have started up summer classes. Children and teen programs are offered July 25-Aug. 5. To register, contact Kasey Jones at 407-539-2181 extension 254 or kasey@artandhistory.org The annual Family Golf Festival is from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 23 at Faldo Golf Institute, 12001 Avenida Verde, Orlando. Enjoy an afternoon of free golf activities including clinics, contests and interactive golf games. For more information, call 407238-7677, extension 4040. Teens (12-17) can work out free this summer at all Lifestyle Family Fitness clubs until Aug. 15 during its annual program to combat teen inactivity and obesity. For more information and to pre-register a teen, visit lff.com/ teen Redeemer Lutheran Church, at 3377 Aloma Ave., Winter Park, is offering a summer camp with daily special events and weekly themes, such as self-esteem and how to treat others. Cost is $100/week, and includes free lunch and two snacks. Camp is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for kindergarten through third grade. Before and aftercare is available. Business in the bloodBill Grafton has all of his employees photos hanging on his time together outside of work, and they have regular Sunday members, and three of them are his children. Grafton Wealth Management family business the group most affected by the economy. brought on two of his children within the past four years, and hopes to bring on his other son in the next year. Hes been in business for 39 years and has been in Central surviving in an economy, and a social climate, that is ideal for a family business, he said.Central Florida t for businessAcross the United States, small are hit harder than the strong and most family businesses have less than 100 employees. But in Central Florida, small businesses are consistently growing. Entrepreneur Magazine recently rated Orlando the best place to be an entrepreneur. Forbes called it one of the best places for minority entrepreneurs and the No. 10 next big boomtown in the U.S. Family business is alive and well in Central Florida, said Jerry Ross, executive director of the National Entrepreneur Center, an Orlando-based organization that provides support and resources to small businesses.More options, less family businessIn an age where parents tell their children that they can go wherever their dreams and hard work take them, joining a generationsold family business isnt always their top choice. More options, new technology and new jobs have taken their toll on the longstanding family business, even in Central Florida, Ross said. In the past, the decision to work in the family business was made for the children. Now, people have many more options. For the Grafton family, being a part of Dads business wasnt pushed on the children. came in high school and became his choice in college after watching what his father did. Daughters Carrie Musalimadugu and Sarah Grafton DeVoe made their decision later on. They said part of their familys success in working together has been that they werent forced into the business, but chose it on their own. And they all love what they do now. When youre passionate and happy at work, you do the best work for your clients, DeVoe said. Personal decisionsTheres also the very unique dynamic that comes with working with family. When Uncle other person isnt pulling their weight, a personal stress is put on the business. Having good advisers and a strategic decision-making plan that they stick to is important to family business success, Ross said. The Grafton family said they practice clear communication, hold each other accountable and dont take work home with them Sunday spaghetti dinners are always safe. And for their family, laughter seems to be a key component to happily working together. The sisters tease their brother, and they arent afraid to poke fun at their dad about his lack of email skills. They have a light atmosphere in the other, like a family does, makes them a great team. Its a lot of fun to work with your family, Will said. Valuing a legacyOne reason family businesses do exist is the value that later generations put on the work done before them. Kimberly Lawton Koon, who is president of Lawton Printing, an Orlando business with more than 100 family workers, said being in the printing business didnt come up until her father needed to sell Lawton Printing to retire. Koon couldnt bear to see her great, great grandfathers business put in someone elses hands. Musalimadugu couldnt picture all of her fathers hard work going to waste either, and she imagines her children following in the family business footsteps, too. really big deal, she said. Its something that you dont just say goodbye to.Up and coming?Small businesses arent just sentimental, though. In Orange County, they make up 99.6 percent of businesses, and provide 74.7 percent of the countys jobs, according to data collected by the Edward Lowe Foundation. I think its going to be a growing trend, Ross said. These are the seeds of tomorrows big family businesses. PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERBill Grafton is surrounded by his children and employees Carrie Musalimadugu, Will Grafton and Sarah Grafton DeVoe. BRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff Learn more Learn moreFor more about Grafton Wealth Management, visit totalmerrill.com and enter Grafton Wealth Management in the search bar. 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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 14 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Healthy Living Dad challenges himself to tri A Winter Park father of three was chosen to be a part of CNNs Fit Nation Triathlon ChallengeAs Joaquin Brignoni crossed the finish line of his first duathlon in second place, the meaning of the moment hit him. It was Fathers Day weekend, and hed completed a major milestone in his mission to get fit, all for his three daughters. Wanting a changeSix months ago, as Brignoni sold soda and unhealthy snacks at a fundraiser for his daughters dance team, he thought about his lifestyle. Soda was his major vice and then there was fast consistent exercise. He was 30 pounds overweight and lacked energy when he woke up in the morning. He wondered what his future would be like if he kept up his unhealthy habits. He thought of his daughters and wanted to be healthy for them. Brignoni decided to make a change. That same night, as he surfed the Web, he found CNNs 2011 Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge and decided to apply. He was chosen to be one of six viewers to participate, a group dubbed the -pack. Brignoni has spent the last five months training at home in Winter Park. The challenge gives each 6-pack member the gear, training and nutritional support needed to compete in the Nautica New York City Triathlon in August with Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNNs chief medical correspondent. The chain of events leading up to being chosen felt like fate for Brignoni. I was surprised for sure, but at the same time I felt like it was kind of meant to be, he said.Tough workoutsWhile getting picked seemed like a natural fit, the grueling workouts havent blended easily into his busy schedule. Brignoni gets up at 4:30 a.m., five to six days a week, heads to the pool or the track and works out for two hours. He makes it home just in time to help send his daughters to school and go to work himself. Sometimes he spends lunch breaks working out. Now, he said, two hours of exercise isnt so bad. At the start, he felt every second. In the beginning it was that long, he said. He motivates himself by listening to music, reading success stories and looking to his wife and children for support. His wife gives him an extra nudge in the morning when he wants to sleep in, and his daughters ask him how his workouts are and tell him hes looking younger. Brignoni had never been given any formal instruction in swimming and hadnt been on a bike since he was a kid. Now the whole family bicycles together a first for his daughters, who learned to ride a bike only after he started training. This is really a life-changing experience, his wife, Rachel Brignoni, said.Anyone can do itHes also kick-started a health craze with those close to him. His aunt is doing Zumba, and his friends said theyre sure they can be successful at exercising and eating right if he can. And thats really CNNs goal with the 6-pack and Brignonis, too. I would like people to watch their journey and realize anyone can do it ... You just have to set your mind to it, said Laura Cozik, CNN Fit Nation athletic director. I want to inspire others to take steps to get healthy, Brignoni said. Brignoni lost almost all of that extra 30 pounds he was carrying around and has taken his mile time from 10 minutes to less than seven. His Winter Park trainer, Eric Reichwein, said Brignoni is a good swimmer with the potential to be great and is enthusiastic each time he trains. His goal after the New York triathlon is to complete a half Ironman by the end of the year. But first, hes got to finish his triathlon in less than three hours. Hes definitely a natural, said Cozik, wholl also be competing. I actually think Joaquin is going to give me a run for my money. Learn moreFor more information about CNNs 2011 Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge and Joaquin Brignonis journey, visit tinyurl. com/CNNBrignoni PHOTOS COURTESY OF CNNJoaquin Brignoni, left, took on CNNs 2011 Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge, which supplies him with gear, training and nutritional support to compete in the Nautica New York City Triathlon in August.BRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff &Be our fan on Follow us on WPMObserver Winter Park-Maitland Observer

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 15 Winter Park / Maitland Observer FreeWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Offer expires 8/31/11Bleachingwith braces or Invisalign Complimentary ExamIncluding Xray & PhotosWith this coupon. Not valid with other offers. Offer expires 8/31/11 407-381-3335 Its not just about getting you back on your feet. Its about getting you back to your life. HCR Healthcare, LLC Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Dennis AllenOwner/ Administrator Florida summer: You versus the elements Dr. Nancy RudnerLugo Its you versus the elements in Central Florida. Its hot, the sun is strong and the mosquitoes are hungry. Intense lightning strikes happen suddenly. But you are tough and know what to do. Armed with water, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and an eye for danger, you are a Florida summer survivor. Sure, the Florida sun looks pretty on a postcard, but living under it every day can be hazardous to your health. You sweat and your body craves fluids. Reach for plenty of water before you get thirsty. Drink before, during and after being outside. Drink enough fluids that your urine is almost clear, not bright yellow. Sports and rehydration drinks, such as Gatorade, are OK in moderation but are full of sugar and salt. Iced tea may sound innocuous, but check out the calories and sugar in prepared teas. And the caffeine in tea, coffee and colas can make you more dehydrated. Those sun rays beat down in the Sunshine State. Sun exposure damages the skin and raises your risk of skin cancers and wrinkles. Wear sunscreen every time you are in the sun. Use face creams with about 15 SPF. When you are out in the sun for a prolonged time, you can protect your face with a stick of sunscreen. The stick sunscreen is thicker and less likely to get in your eyes as you sweat. Remember that sunscreens do not block out all of the suns harmful rays. Shade your face and neck with a broad brim hat. Wear sunglasses to protect your eyes from sun damage, which can cause macular degeneration. Out in the heat, you need to watch for signs of heat exhaustion and stroke. Signs of heat exhaustion include profuse sweating, headache, dizziness, fainting, irritability, confusion, thirst, nausea or vomiting. Heat stroke signs include not sweating despite the heat, confusion, collapse and seizures. If someone is showing signs of heat exhaustion or stroke, cool the person as much as possible and call 911. Even when the clouds come out and block out the sun, giving us some muchneeded shade, Florida weather hazards are still in effect and dangerous. Florida leads the nation in lightening deaths and injuries. A sunny afternoon can quickly become a fierce lightning storm. When the storm comes, seek shelter quickly. In a lightning storm, get indoors and away from tall trees. If you are in water and hear thunder, head for land immediately and be wary of metal objects that might conduct electricity. If you are indoors during a storm, stay away from windows and dont take a bath or a shower. Mockingbirds may be the state bird, but the most prolific aviator in our state must be the mosquito. These little buggers love wet, humid environments something they dont advertise on a postcard and are notorious for spreading diseases both to humans and pets. Insect repellants work sometimes, citronella candles can help and bug zappers are useful. It also helps to remove prime mosquito homes such as clogged drains or rain-filled buckets.The Maitland resident is a nurse practitioner and President of Health Action, offering workplace health consulting and nurse coaching. Visit www.healthaction.bizWHO ISLUGO >

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 16 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Opinion/Editorial Letters to the Editor A culture of political anonymityOrlando Health promotes safe drivingOver the course of six years, the Orlando Health Center for Aging Memory Disorder Clinic has developed an Aging & Driving Safety program, which addresses the needs of healthy, aging seniors as well as those with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimers. As drivers age, they often experience normal changes, which may impact and mobility may diminish and reaction times can slow somewhat. Often aging drivers can compensate for such changes with adaptive devices, occupational and physical therapy, and simple adjustments to their vehicles. impairment are another matter. When an aging driver is unfortunate enough to interfere with his or her activities of daily living, driving skills can be profoundly impacted. Research indicates that 30 percent of drivers with dementia are predicted to have a crash at some point during the moderate stages of the disease. The risk of becoming lost in familiar places also increases. The MDC Aging & Driving Safety program works hand-in-hand with organizations and leading experts in senior driving safety such as the Florida Department of Elder Affairs (DoEA), Fran Carlin Rogers, Share the Care, Senior Resource Alliance and others to educate patients, their caregivers and the community at large about the varied issues related to aging and driving safety. For example: Is my car adjusted properly for safe driving? What physical or cognitive changes might I expect as I age, and how will they impact my driving? How will I know when it is time for me (or my loved one) to stop driving? My loved one has a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment. Are they safe to drive? How does my transportation organization safely transport dementia patients? The Orlando Health Center for Aging MDC takes a multi-pronged approach to addressing driving safety for seniors: The MDC participates in a national community outreach and education program called CarFit. Seniors are invited to drive their vehicles to a CarFit event where trained representatives and occupational therapists assess the drivers ultimately, safety. The MDC clinical team maintains a standard practice of talking with patients and caregivers about their driving habits and driving safety. If further evaluation of driving skills is warranted, MDC physicians and/or neuropsychologists refer patients to occupational therapy at Orlando Healths Rehabilitation Institute or to other organizations such as DriveABLE. Recently, the MDC and nine other state-designated memory clinics have joined hands with law enforcement to strengthen the Silver Alert program, which aids local law enforcement in the rescue or recovery of a missing elderly person known to be at risk for memory loss. State-designated memory clinics across the state will work closely with law enforcement to offer follow up and support for cognitively impaired drivers who have been lost and then found through the Silver Alert program. Fortunately, there are a growing number of providers who offer alternative transportation for those who have decided to give up their driving privileges. Visit tinyurl.com/OrlandoHealthMemoryClinic for more information.Susan Dorries Manager of Orlando Healths Memory Disorder CenterOverquali ed? How to Deal with the O-Word in Your Job Search workers say this question is code for Youre too old. But its not as simple as that. Sometimes you will have more qualiyoure applying because you want more tions will be exactly right, but you sense underlying concerns about your age. Whatever the case, its your job to anticiyourself as a strong candidate. Please see LETTERS Next Page Its not all or nothingIt has always taken courage to enter Winter Park politics, because to do so is to govern from the floor of a gladiatorial arena. When you walk through those gates onto that dirty floor, surrounded by towering pews of nameless spectators, youve become a target to the masses. Outside that arena floor, armed with buckets of stones, the people are all too ready to start throwing. When former Commissioner Beth Dillaha, her name hanging in the balance, admitted to sending out a campaign mailer in March that lambasted candidate Sarah Sprinkel as a former lobbyist who was allegedly in the pocket of notorious developers, the stones started flying. Was the mailer excessive? Absolutely. Should its backers have named themselves? Without a doubt. But why the sudden outrage? That style of campaign advertisement is far from unusual for Winter Park. For years, candidates have had their reputations trashed before they even entered office. Every election cycle, the ads land on doorsteps depicting a close neighbor as a potential Satan incarnate were they to suddenly be in charge of the city. Were people to educate themselves on the issues based on campaign mailers alone, they would come away thinking that the city had been invaded by an army of darkness hell-bent on destroying the city once their candidate is elected to the five-person City Commission. Some say skyscrapers would begin shooting up everywhere, transforming Winter Park into a choked metropolis rent to shreds of its former historic charm. To others, an extremist anti-business climate would bankrupt the city and shutter Park Avenue forever. The dust bowl, long since blown away a thousand miles west and most of a century behind us, would come roaring back like a hurricane in Central Park. Yet despite ludicrous warnings from both sides of the eternal pro/antidevelopment debate, Winter Park has never realized either of those dystopian extremes. It defies all campaign mailer logic seemingly driven by insanity alone, weve managed to consistently elect politicians who have been called the end of Winter Park as we know it, just days before voting day. Then we bask in the disappointment of a Winter Park that somehow manages to survive these commissioners tenure unscathed but for the horrors of an impending fancy train station and an ordinance to make sure your dog has its shots before it can poop in a public park. And so now we find ourselves in a slow political season, looking desperately for more compelling outrage to fling like a stone to the head of a fellow resident who dared to step into the spotlight. When Dillaha said shed sent out that anti-Sprinkel mailer, Winter Park had its target. And that target had a name. And for many, that was a name they hated for a long time before she finally admitted to mistaking a campaign funding law, intentionally or otherwise. The anonymous blogs lit up. The stones came in torrents, somehow hitting unrelated former elected officials who made seemingly no enemies while in office. But they had made enemies just not the kind who were willing to name themselves and stand behind their convictions. There are plenty of reasons to disapprove of those behind the anti-Sprinkel mailer. Its politically disgusting and needlessly excessive to the point of a kitschy clich. But we need to consider the source of that outrage, where in the past there was none. But thats the problem: Though there are a few whove given a name to this discontent the current Commission and resident Pete Weldon, to name a couple for many, that outrage has no name. Anonymity has no place in the type of politics for which the anonymous ironically cheer. Lactose intolerance is often mischaracterized as an allergy that generally requires avoiding dairy. However, lactose intolerance is actually the bodys inability to digest lactose (a natural sugar mainly found in dairy products) and its not an all-or-nothing condition. Low-fat and fat-free milk, cheese and yogurt provide a unique nutritional package. Dairy foods supply four of the seven nutrients of concern for which Americans have low intakes. Those who decide to limit their diets before knowing the facts about lactose intolerance may actually be putting their health at risk. Most people with lactose intolerance are receptive to dairy solutions if they can avoid the discomfort associated with consuming them. The following tips provide ways to incorporate and keep nutrient-rich dairy in your diet.Sip it!Lactose-free milk is regular milk, but the sugar (lactose) is already broken down. Anyone can enjoy lactose-free milk because it provides the same unique package of nine essential nutrients found in regular milk. Look for reduced-fat, low-fat, fat-free, chocolate and whole milk options in various sizes at your local supermarket.Stir it!Add small amounts of milk, cheese and yogurt to your normal diet. Solid foods slow digestion and allow the body more time to digest lactose, which helps prevent intolerance symptoms. Slice it!When milk is made into cheese, most of the lactose is removed. Aged, hard cheeses such as cheddar, Colby, Monterey Jack, Swiss and Parmesan are naturally lower in lactose.Spoon it!Look for products such as yogurt with live, active cultures. These products contain friendly bacteria that help make it easier for the body to digest lactose.Size it!Start by adding in small portions of milk, cheese and yogurt to other foods in your diet. Gradually increase the amount of dairy foods you consume over time. Switch it!These tips may not apply to everyone. Before switching your diet, be aware that lactose intolerance is a very individualized condition. Many people with lactose intolerance can still consume dairy foods in various amounts or forms. Follow the advice of your doctor or see a registered dietitian for additional guidance.Savor it!Some people think that lactose-free dairy foods taste exactly the same as the traditional varieties, while others say they taste slightly sweeter. This additional sweetness is a result of the lactose neutralization process. Research shows that people prefer lactose-free milk to non-dairy alternatives. By using a few of these simple strategies, the majority of people with lactose intolerance can still enjoy dairy foods every day. Do you have other dairy/nutrition questions you would like answered? Click on the Ask our Dietitian section on www.floridamilk.com Alyssa Greenstein is the Dairy Health and Wellness Senior Manager at the Dairy Council of FloridaALYSSA GREENSTEIN Guest Writer Greenstein

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 17 Winter Park / Maitland Observer The U.S. is right on course as it barrels down the road toward becoming a Third World nation as predicted and helped along by George Soros, the HungarianAmerican Lefty whose name appears so often in the news. Soros & Co. are against anything that smacks of good old-time Americanism, and they have great financial muscle that they flex on cue as needed to the destruction of our cherished national values. This man is as much our enemy as were the British in the American Revolution. What Soros has to gain in this controversy seems to me after reflection to be only pure evil.Obama the sultan?President Obama continues his hell-bent gallop to spend every cent within his reach. He is intent on proving Keynes was right after all, despite the abject failure of his last mega-stimulus bill, which brought us nothing more than immensely increased debt. We wonder what kind of mnage the pre-White House Obamas kept. Did they live like sultans, while running up bills on every side, bills they could never hope to pay? Of course, our great national need continues to be jobs, and our presidents answer is solely to create more government jobs. He understands only how to increase the debt-side of the equation, an act that produces no increase of income. We are more and more engulfed in the hopelessness of Obamas economic ignorance. Are we so immature that we entrust the job of producing employment to a politician who has, himself, seldom held a job not handed him by voters? I wonder how many of his aides have ever worked in competitive business. Popularity killsMy English friend Trevor told me that he once invited his fiance Elizabeth to drive out to a tearoom in a small village near London where teatime was famous for outstandingly good scones with strawberries and heavy cream. When the waitress came to their table, Trevor told her that he had raved about the scones he had enjoyed in that tearoom through the years when he was a student at Oxford. Now he wanted to share this pleasure with his fiance. The waitress seemed suddenly dejected and said, Im sorry sir, but we no longer serve the scones you remember. Why not, in heavens name? my friend asked. Well sir, the waitress said, our scones became so popular that everybody was coming here asking for them, so we simply had to stop making them!(True story!)Up standingOne particular two-letter word in English has more meanings than any other two-letter word. That word is up. It is listed in the dictionary as an adverb, preposition, adjective, noun and verb. Grammar battleMy b.w. is a whiz about grammar. Me and her talk about it lots. Grammar is a damn fool thing to me. People get so persnickety about the way other people say anything. They fight about whom has done what to who as though the doing, isnt, after all, the main thing. I like to drove my teacher bonkers in the fourth grade, and she passed me fast just to get me out of her class. It was like that the whole way through school. But now I run my own business, and I decide whom is who. Did you wake up one day and decide to sell out? Or was it a gradual descent into equivocations and half-truths? Were all born unvarnished, so to speak. We come into the world clean, and real life either works its magic or casts its spell. Arguably, life is one accommodation after another. It is. We accept (we must) in ourselves and others that we are not perfect, but that acknowledgment is leavened by some sort of internal line that cannot be crossed. And short of doing whatever it takes, for example, to save ones child, no pressures or enticements could ever get a person to cross that line. That said, crooks, grifters, shysters, frauds, Ponzi scheme operators, corporate malefactors, vultures, hacks and lobbyists are entitled, by law, to congressional representation. Both angels and sinners alike, soccer moms and environmental desecrators have, theoretically speaking, equal access to their congressmans door. But we intuitively understand that is not reality. What makes a congressman do the bidding of a corporation? Corporations have legitimate concerns that government regulations/oversight will adversely affect their profitability. I get that. But when does corporate profitability trump public interest? Rather, when does corporate profitability not trump pubic interest? Time and time again, we witness the public interest, our welfare, compromised by congressional quislings. A congressman by any other name I address this question to Republican John Mica and Democrat Nick Rahall of West Virginia. Congressmen Mica and Rahall recently introduced H.R. Bill 2018 Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act of 2011 and the goal is, To amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act to preserve the authority of each state to make determinations relating to the states water quality standards, and for other purposes. This bill is little more than a gutting of the 1972 Clean Water Act. Rahall represents the interests of coal companies that want a blank check in order to continue mountaintop mining that poisons West Virginias rivers and environment. The Federal Environmental Protection Agency wants to check this ecological tragedy. Micas bill would, for all intents and purposes, prevent that. Congressman Mica, according to a July 15 New York Times editorial, is angry at the E.P.A.s recent crackdown on the agricultural pollutants that are destroying the Everglades. Mica, in other words, wants to gut the EPAs ability to protect Floridas Everglades? Whose interests are being promoted? Florida agricultural corporations should be allowed an unfettered license to continue destroying our water, our environment? Those are your values, Congressman Mica? Hell argue the trampling of states rights. I called and talked with Justin Harclerode, communications director for Micas House committee overseeing this bill. I asked him point-blank the morality of such actions. He clearly and patiently (and politely) explained his boss position: This is not about gutting the E.P.A. Its about returning the states power over their water resources. The reality? Poisoned water, land and air. This isnt about states rights. Thats a cop-out. This is a sellout to corporate paymasters. Chris, youre too idealistic. Governing is compromise. But are there not lines not to be crossed? I am reminded of the famous question from the 1954 McCarthy hearings: Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency? Et tu, John Mica?Editorial Cartoons LouisRoney HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney)WHO ISRONEY > ChrisJepson Jepson is a 24-year resident of Florida. Hes scally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.USWHO ISJEPSON > Et tu, John Mica? Whom are you anyhow? CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGELETTERS | Adapt your resume: If youre applying for jobs at a lower level than those youve held in the past, you can adapt your resume in several ways: selecting only the most relevant skills. the job. tions that make you look too educated for the job. than leadership, using words like coordinated or collaborated. Be prepared for the interview: The job interview is often the place where the overqualirecent AARP webinar on job interviews, career professional Camille Grabowski pointed out that the employer may be woropportunity. promotion. viewers job. If asked about being overinterviewer, Can you tell me more about your concern? Have an answer prepared for each of the points listed above, and practice until you know you can answer convincingly. Grabowski offers this example: Its true that I have held higher-level positions and have experience managing people. I truly enjoyed that part of my career. However, I am at a different stage in my career now, and would like to return to the hands-on part of the job I have always loved. That is why this position appeals to me so much. Use statements like this even not used directly. Youll appear stronger if you address unspoken concerns rather than ignore them. Sell yourselfbut dont overwhelm: Another tactic is to turn your hire you. For example, if hired you would be able to get up to speed quickly because of your well-developed skills. Other advantages might be your proven ability to solve problems, work without close supervision or mentor others. When you bring up these qualities, do so in a non-threatening way. For example, instead of trumpeting your high-level management skills, talk about times when you successfully collaborated with other team members. Dealing with the O-word comes down to showing you are youll help the employer see For more about the overqualAARPs Job Tips for 50+ Workers at www.aarp.org/jobtipsDeborah Russell Director, Workforce Issues AARP Education and Outreach Have an opinion?Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at JennyA@ observernewspapers.com King Features Weekly ServiceJuly 11, 2011

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Thursday, July 21, 2011 Page 18 Winter Park / Maitland Observer JoshGarrick Hairspray, the musical that inspired a motion picture and won eight Tony Awards on Broadway is coming to the Orlando Repertory Theatre, Central Floridas professional theater for young audiences. The production features Youth Academy performers, many of whom are the real age of their characters. The story features Tracy Turnblad, a pleasingly plump teenager determined to dance on a local TV show. While following her 1960s dream, Tracy staying true to herself combats stereotypes and segregation. Hairspray isnt just about racial acceptance. It also tackles size and gender stereotypes, forcing us to look at others and confront our own prejudices, Director Gary Cadwallader said. The show runs July 22-31 with a fundraising reception set for July 27 at 5:30 p.m. The Orlando Repertory Theatre is at 1001 E. Princeton St. in Orlandos Loch Haven Park. Visit orlandorep.com or call 407-896-7365. Jacki Mannas free showThe award-winning childrens entertainer and ventriloquist Jacki Manna will present The Travels of Marco Polo on July 27 at 7 p.m. at the Winter Park Library. The show is free and open to the public. The Travels of Marco Polo takes children on an adventure from Italy to China. Wonders from foreign lands come to life with Mannas original characters in a show involving magic, ventriloquism and comedy. Jacki was so skilled in her teaching and ventriloquism that the kids didnt even know they were learning, said Evelyn Malles, who attended a previous performance at the Winter Park Library. For information, contact Jacki Manna at 407-925-3527 or visit JackiManna.comSummer serenadesThe Orlando Philharmonics joyful Sounds of Summer Series continues with a true chamber music performance on July 25 at 7 p.m. The program features the Philharmonics woodwinds and horns in a selection of beautiful serenades. On the program is Mozarts Serenade No. 11 and 12, featuring the diversity of the woodwind family. Each is made of different kinds of wood and uses different reeds. Serenade No. 12 is nicknamed Night Music, referencing its minor key. Also on the program are the Petite Symphonie by Charles Gounod and the Quintette Pour Instruments Vent by Claude-Paul Taffanel. Musicians include Colleen Blagov, Jamie Strefeler, Sherwood Hawkins, Nikolay Blagov, Patrick Graham, Diane Bishop, Erin Robertson, Mark Fischer and Carolyn Blice. The performance is at the Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St. Call 407-770-0071 or visit OrlandoPhil. org Disney gives back to nonpro tsThanks to the more than 228,000 hours donated by Walt Disney World VoluntEARS, the Walt Disney Company recently gave $686,950 to the Central Florida community. Cast members who volunteered their time earmarked the funds to local nonprofits. Top recipients include the American Cancer Society, Give Kids the World and the SPCA. Each year, Disney recognizes VoluntEARS who donate hours of service with contributions of up to $1,000 to the non-profit organization of their choice. Top honors went to Judy Hughes as 2010 VoluntEAR of the Year and Disneys Theme Park Merchandise Team as the 2010 VoluntEAR Team of the Year. Both winners received $2,500 cash donations to the charity of their choice. In addition, 609 Disney VoluntEARS who each contributed more than 100 hours of service will also receive the Presidents Volunteer Service Award from the White House. The VSA is a presidential recognition program for Americans who volunteer a minimum of 100 hours during the year. Josh Garrick is a writer, photographer, educator, and ne art curator. He is a member of the Curatorial Council for the Museum of Florida Art. Garrick can be reached at joshgarrick9@gmail.com or 407-522-3906.WHO ISGARRICK >A youthful Hairspray CENTRAL FLORIDA K RAZ E /K R USH 407-695-4957 www.cfksoccer.comONECLUB ONEFAMILY ONEGOAL CFK is the only soccer club in Central Florida with a comprehensive program for all ages... from 4 years of age to adult. REGISTER NOW for the Fall 2011 Soccer Season U5 thru U19 Players! Programs include: Developmental, Junior Premier, Recreational, Excel and Excel Plus. Registration deadline is August 1, 2011 for U15-U19 players and August 15, 2011 for U5-U14 players. www.cfksoccer.com Central Florida Kraze/Krush has merged with East Orange Soccer Club! 1300 SOUTH ORLANDO A VE MAITLAND FL 40 7 -629-0054 WW W .ENZIAN. ORGTHI S WEEK A T ENZIAN SUBMARINE $5 Cult Classic Film TOMBSTONE

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