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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: 05-03-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Maitland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Winter Park
United States -- Florida -- Orange -- Maitland
Coordinates: 28.596111 x -81.346667 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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407-740-0401 www.FirstColonyBank.netYour Real Hometown BankOn Hwy 17-92 in MaitlandMember FDIC USPS 00-6186 Publisher statement on page 4. Thursday, May 3, 2012 50+ tax wpmobserver.comSubscribe now!Visit wpmobserver.com It is misleading to send this picture with the message that its an example of the citys practice for pruning trees. Page 18Letters to the editor Lifestyles Looking for the perfect summer camp close to home? Check out our directory of exciting local offerings.Page 8 Senior ObserverA Winter Park resident is bringing rock n roll from the s and s back through his oldies podcast.Page 11 Calendar Get to know different Park Avenue shops and eateries at the Winter Park Sip and Stroll on Thursday, May 3.Page 9 451 Maitland Ave, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701NEW Dermatology Ofce!407-599-SKIN (7546)*Waive co-payment up to $25 No referral needed Accepting all insurances Dr. John CottamDr. Ross Wheeler CALL US TODAY FOR A COPY OF Your Guide to Social Security Bob@aSafeHarbor.com | ASafeHarbor.com(407) 644-6646 Learn more visit www.ss.vip2site.com When faced with stormy nancial waters, seek... Call us today for your guide to Social Security!404-644-6646 or visit www.ss.vip2site.com On a Friday afternoon, Karen Castor Dentel sits outside a Maitland Starbucks sip ping her iced chai latte as her campaign as sistant programs dates into her boss new smart phone. What time does that meeting start? her assistant asks, her baby teeth sinking into bites of her bagel. Nine, and Ill probably duck out early, so you can say it ends at 10, Dentel replies. A.m. or p.m.? A.m., Im a full-time teacher and mother of two. When was the last time youve known me to go out somewhere after 9 p.m.? Dentel answers with a laugh. As the newest candidate for the seat of newly formed District 30 in the Florida House of Representatives, Dentel a sec ondand third-grade teacher at Dommerich Elementary has a lot of scheduling to do in the upcoming months. But Caroline Dentel, her 8-year-old daughter and self-proclaimed campaign assistant, is ready and willing to help out her mom in any way she can. break from her Game Boy to work on pro gramming in the next pressing item on Den tels agenda: the meeting of the Dommerich tion committee. This is pretty much my campaign com mittee, Dentel said with a smile and a shrug. Youre looking at it. Dentel, who announced her candidacy on April 16, said she is looking to transition from the classroom to a seat in the Florida Capitol after the election in November, not because she necessarily wants to, or because of her family of legacy, but because she feels she needs to. People have always asked me when Im PHOtTO BY IsSAAcC BABcocCOCK tTHE OBsSERvVER Dommerich Elementarys KKaren Castor Dentel comes from a long line of public servants but has never run for ofce. Please see deDENTelEL on page 3 TT eacher sets sights on new House district Dentel follows in her familys political footsteps, challenges RRep. Scott Plakon for seat SARAhH WIlsoLSON OObserver Staff PHOtTO BY IsSAAcC BABcocCOCK tTHE OBsSERvVER More than 100 dogs ran in the Fifth AAnnual Doggie Derby held in BBaldwin Parks Corrine Commons on Saturday. The proceeds went toward feeding the areas homeless students. Flying fur SCAN HERE Use your smartphones QR R code reader app to view more photos or visit wpmobserver.com/photos/galleries

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Page 2 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland OObserver Hopes for a postseason run came to a shocking end on April 25 as the Winter Park Wildcats fell play on the baseball diamond. The Wildcats had entered the team Class 8A District 5 tournament, with high hopes of a strong showing after not losing to a dis trict rival since the start of the season. Their 6-1 record was tied for tops in the district. University entered the game near the district basement and with a 2-5 district record, giving the Wildcats a strong advantage by the numbers. Those numbers were quickly thrown out the window by Univer sity starting ace Patrick Stephens, who dominated the Wildcats from the mound and the plate. He would pitch the entire game en route to a four-hit win while teeing off on Wildcat pitch ing with a pair of singles, a double and an RBI that led to the differ ence in the game. The Cougars would go on to place runner up in the district with a spot in the re gional playoffs after losing in the season ended before the real post season could begin. Eagles soar in districtsWith only a middling record entering the playoffs, the Edge water Eagles didnt have much promise on paper, unless you counted their 7-2 district record. Leveraging their dominance in regular season play, they bam boozled district foes Pine Ridge and Seabreeze to take the Class 6A District 8 crown in style. They the game early. On April 26 they had a bigger Seabreeze, who had just shocked Mainland to make it to the district championship. A game-winning blast by Adrian Henry pushed the Eagles past Seabreeze 5-4 to take the championship. They travel to face Eau Gallie Thursday, May 3, in Melbourne play. Wildcats win in the waterHelped by returning senior captain Kelly Martin, the Wildcats girls water polo team dominated state championship tournament play before reaching their nemesis, Ransom Everglades. The Wildcats lit off on a playoff tear after trashing Edgewater 17-1 in Martin, who committed to Michigan to play water polo, led her team back into a third-time grudge match against Ransom, whom theyd beaten earlier this season. But in two previous state cham pionships, the Wildcats had fallen short. With Ashleigh Johnson at goal, Ransom had a national-cal iber player in the most important spot in the game. That paid off for Ransom, which kept a lead against Winter Park for most of the game. At one point the Wildcats were gaining with the help of Martins goals that put them within 8-5 in the waning minutes of the game, but the Wildcats fell short for the third straight year. The boys team also launched into a promising postseason with a trouncing of Edgewater by a the regionals, making their way against St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas had only allowed one team into the double digits in the postseason. The Wildcats managed 12 points in the game, but fell to St. Thomas 16, ending their postsea son run. Professional Pet Sitting, Dog Walking and Pet Taxi F Orlando Pet Connections oers a variety of custom pet care and sitting services. Our specialties include: www.OrlandoPetSitting.com info@OrlandoPetSitting.com FORUMSSmall Business www.mica.house.govU.S. Congressman J ohn L. MicaSponsored byMaitland 407-657-8080 Deltona 386-860-1499 Learn about Federal, state and local resources to develop or expand business. Experts from the Small Business Administration, IRS, Department of Commerce, Seminole State College Small Business Development Center, Enterprise Florida and local banks.SBA Programs & FinancingFederal Market Contracting IRS InfoExporting Agency ExpertsBusiness Summit Focused on SW Volusia County Deltona City Hall 2345 Providence Blvd, Deltona 32725 Forum Export Assistance Forum Veterans Assistance (407) 514-0087 3.05% Certain restrictions apply.Rates may vary depending on deposit amount. We broker CDs for FDIC insured banks. Promotional incentive may be included to obtain yield.www.oldharborf inancial.com Old Harbor FINANCIA L12 Month CD Also oer IRA Specials & free 401k Reviews APYHigher Rates for Longer Term Winter Park goes deep in postseason IsISAAcC BBABcocCOCK OObserver Staff

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Page 3 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland OObserver going to run, but Ive always been the teacher, she said. I love to teach and Ive always wanted to teach, and I still do. But its get ting so hard to do my job and do it well, and its all to do from mandates coming down from Tallahassee. I think maybe its time they need a teacher.Fitting in with the familyDentel comes from a long fam ily of what she calls public ser vants. Her mother, Betty Castor, served in the Florida Senate when Dentel was a teenager and was president of the University of South Florida from 1994-1999. Her father, Don Castor, was a judge in Hillsborough County. Her sister Kathy has represented Floridas Congressional District 11 since 2007, and her brother Frank is a judge in Palm Beach County. Dentel has served the public in her own way, as an elementary school teacher in Central Florida for more than 10 years, but she says shed never seriously considered following in her familys political footsteps until the past year when she got frustrated enough with legislation that was passing in Tallahassee. Pushes toward privatizing schools and the parent trigger bill, along with increasing changes to FCAT standards, she said, were the last straw. When I would talk to my col leagues about what was happen ing in the Legislature, they would say they didnt want to get politi cal, so I realized no one else was going to step up and knew I had to, she said. They need a mom and a teacher on these committees to tell them to stop. Coupling with that frustration, Dentel said, was the lingering vi sion of the newly redistricted leg islative map with the Dommerich community and Maitland at the heart of District 30. When I looked at that map and I was already angry, and then I thought, That is my home, we need a voice, she said. Her mother, Betty Castor, said she was surprised and delighted when Dentel told her she was go Dentel has the education, experi ence and core relationship with her community to make her a She knows her district and she knows the community, she knows a lot of parents, and I think thats whats important for someone ing the community and knowing how to use the knowledge of the community to represent them well, she said. For Dentel, she says, it all comes back to education. If one-third of our legislative budget is going to education, we need to pay attention, she said. So does that mean if I paid $1 in taxes, $.0.33 would go to schools? her daughter Caroline interrupts, glancing up from the game she plays on her moms phone. 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Since redistricting put Plakon up for election against another incumbent, the Longwood resident decided to run instead for the new district, which houses all of Maitland. Identied as a father and small business owner, he says he hopes his track record over the last four years will put votes in his favor. Ive been representing part of Maitland for four years, and I hope to continue, he said. For more information on his campaign, visit scottplakon.com

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Page 4 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland OObserver |Publisher 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 2012 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Winter Park/Maitland Observer | 1500 Park Center Drive | Orlando, FL 32835 TCraft@TurnstileMediaGroup.com m n in JAndreasson@TurnstileMediaGroup.com ssoci te editor IBabcock@TurnstileMediaGroup.com G JGallagher@TurnstileMediaGroup.com iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net st ff writers Sarah Wilson, Brittni Johnson & Kristy VickerySarah Wilson e l otice Advertisin (Orange & Seminole Counties) Legal@FLALegals.com A G A TCraft@TurnstileMediaGroup.com subscriptions circul tion KReyes@TurnstileMediaGroup.com ember of Florida Press Association & Winter Park/Maitland/Goldenrod Chambers of Commerce Winter Park/Maitland Observer is published by headquartered in Orlando, Fla., Turnstile Media Group is also the parent of Golfweek, Golfweek Custom Media, TurfNet, Professional Artist, Seminole Voice, East Orlando Sun, Baldwin Park Living and Turnstile Connect. urnstile edi Group CHAIRMAN: Rance Crain PRESIDENT/CEO: Francis X. Farrell Vice ICE PresidentsRESIDENTS : Merrilee Crain, Patti Green & Jeff Babineau Dear readers,Youll notice a few changes in this weeks issue. First off, wed like to welcome our newest columnist, Clyde Moore, wholl be revealing the latest business and social news in downtown Winter Park. Clyde is the owner of the website ILuvWinterPark.com and seems to know more about Park Avenues goings than anyone Ive met. Have Another change youll see is new staff email addresses that carry the Turnstile Media Group label. Its become clear to us that the name Observer Newspapers doesnt convey what weve become: a diverse media platform that goes far beyond the printed page. Rebranding ourselves as the Community Media Division of Turnstile Media Group will allow our titles Winter Park-Maitland Observer, Seminole Voice, East Orlando Sun and Baldwin Park Living to grow as a more cohesive unit as we continue to expand how we deliver the local news you care about. Before we go on, I thought youd appreciate a little bit of history about how we got here. In 2007, Winter Park-Maitland Observer founder Gerhard Munster sold the newspaper to Orlando-based Turnstile Media Group, the parent of Golfweek and Professional Artist magazines. The Observer Crain, founded Crain Communications in 1916 with two newspapers and three staffers. That company has grown to 30 publications, including such respected titles as Advertising Age and Crains Chicago Business. Crain, president of Crain Communications since 1974, is an ardent believer in the mission of community journalism. In 2007 he gave his blessing to build a portfolio of high-quality, community-focused publications. The same year that the Observer joined Turnstile, we welcomed the Seminole Voice formerly the Oviedo Voice to our team. The Voice was founded in Oviedo in 1990 and expanded to Winter Springs in 2000. In mid-2009, we added the East Orlando Sun, a monthly newspaper that serves Avalon Park, Eastwood, Stoneybrook and Waterford Lakes. The newspaper started publishing in 1995. In November 2010, new President and CEO Francis X. Farrell arrived, bringing decades of magazine experience with him. Less than two months later, we started publishing Baldwin Park Living, a community magazine serving Baldwin Parks residents and business owners. Founded in 2005 as a quarterly community newsletter, the magazine has grown to 10 issues a year. ters and social networks are the go-to place for fresh, award-winning community news thats happening right in your backyard, news that affects your family and your neighbors and cannot be found anywhere else. And were constantly developing new ways to deliver that content: to your laptop, mobile phone, tablet and maybe, one day, on your computerized glasses. One thing is certain: community news, no matter how its delivered, wont go out of style. As we continue to evolve as Turnstile Media Groups Community Media Division, Id like to hear from you. Please tell us about the changing message us on Facebook or Twitter or send a letter attention to me to 1500 Park Center Drive, Orlando, FL 32835. Thanks for reading! Warm regards, Jenny AAndreasson Managing editor 250 North Orlando Avenue Winter Park, Florida 32789 407.677.9777 A Premier Flooring Source nCARPETOODTONE TILELAMINATE AREA RUGINDO TREATMENT Featuring Exquisite Products for Residential & Commercial Projects Custom Design and Quality Installationn 400 Park Avenue South, Suite 120 | Winter Park 407.455.1983 | CharyliStores.comPark Avenues newest womens clothing boutique brings West Coast cool and East Coast sophistication to downtown Winter Park. BBusiness BBriefs Find our weekly Community BBulletin online at WPMObserver.com barre54, O Orlandos rst tness studio dedicated to the barre workout technique, is scheduled to open a second location in southwest O Orlando this month. The studio debuted in Winter Parks H Hannibal Square in May 2011. This years I.K.A. Prize honoree is Pastor Mitchell Dawkins of The New Warner Chapel Primitive B Baptist Church in west Winter Park. The $2,000 I.K.A. Prize is to be used by Pastor Dawkins for the better ment of his parish and to inspire others to underwrite various New Warner Chapel initiatives in the future. Emerson I International I Inc. recently negotiated six commercial lease agree ments that total more than 10,300 square feet of ofce space. The new tenants include: Central de Alabanza Y Y R Restaura cion Inc. with 4,000 square feet leased; Debit Mediators, LLC, with 2,200 square feet; R Rockin Nutrition that leased 958 square feet at CenterPointe O Ofce Park in Altamonte Springs; and Maxine Carr E ED. D., P.A. leased 493 square feet at 1177 Louisiana Ave. at Louisiana O Ofce Park in Winter Park. Former G.OO.P. state Senator Lee Con stantine has been named President of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerces Southeast region. The Central Florida Afliate of Susan G. KKomen for the Cure awarded a $50,000 grant to R Ribbon R Riders Inc. for nancial assistance for patients with breast cancer. At R Ribbon R Riders the grant will help breast cancer patients with immediate needs by providing direct nancial aid. NNancy C. Young has joined R Right Man agement Florida/Caribbean as vice presi dent of client services, based at the talent and career management rms O Orlando ofce. Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & RReed, P.A. is pleased to announce that RRichard S. Dellinger, a partner with the rm, has once again been appointed to the Judicial Nominating Procedures Committee of the Florida B Bar Association for a one-year term. Joan Lenard has been re-elected as president of Newcomers of Central Flor ida Inc., a local womens club that offers friendship, social activities and helpful information to both new and long-time residents. IHHG, one of the worlds largest hotel groups, announced a partnership with Clean the World to recycle partially-used soaps and bottled amenities from hotel guest rooms.Letter from the editor

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Page 5 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer On April 18, the Maitland Fire Rescue Department, in conjunc tion with Orangewood Presbyte DUI presentation for Orangewood High School students. The presentation was aimed at exposing high school students to the real life dangers and possible outcome drugs or alcohol. The presentation included many different organiza tions coming together to present a vital message to students just as The organizations participat ing included: Maitland Fire Res cue Department, Maitland Police Department, Orangewood Pres byterian High School staff and students (as actors), Orlando Re gional Medical Center Air Care Flight Team, Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Services and Courtesy Towing of Longwood, which pro vided the car. All of the organiza months to coordinate a presenta tion that was very factual, realistic The opening scene on the footdates for the prom. They enter a as almost every family does. Prior to leaving, the father performs his protective duty of informing the driver to be safe and to follow the rules. The student replies with a yes sir. The students arrive at the prom and start to have a good time. One of the students then pulls out a bottle of liquor and proceeds to After a little convincing the stu dent who was entrusted to drive sips. After a few minutes pass, the students get bored and go to a party at a friends house. BOOM! The students who are watching hear a loud crash and a shows a grizzly accident scene. The driver gets out of the vehicle. partially ejected from the front seat lying on the hood of the car. unconscious. He calls 911 scream ing for help. As the student body watches in ments arrive on the scene and start to tend to the patients. The police their extrication equipment (Jaws to remove the roof and doors of trapped victims inside. The stu dent body watches and hears the crushing and shearing of metal as be removed was the drivers best friend. He is transported to the hospital by a waiting rescue unit. personnel. She is removed and is deemed too severely injured to be transported by ambulance. A helicopter is called into the scene and the students gasp as the heli copter lands. The patient is loaded and the helicopter powers up for a At this point all patients have the police step in to proceed with their investigation. They pull the driver to the middle of the scene (so the student body can see) and begin their DUI arrest. As the pothe wrists of the young driver, he woods own Pastor proceed to inform the deceased girls par ents of this tragedy. Everyone is moved as the mother screams. The father refuses to believe it to be true. After the parents identify their daughter, she is loaded into exercise completed, the students iting the demonstration the stu a set up by Baldwin Fairchild as quences of driving impaired. place countless times annually across America and according to one source (AlcoholAlert.com), in 2009 resulted in some 10,839 fatal ities in crashes involving a driver with a blood alcohol content of .08 fatalities for the year). The many entities presenting this program to the young audience and teaching staff that morning sincerely hope that a meaningful impact has been on a large scale. pact on these students. If we can even one student/family from this devastation, then we have done our job. Engineer/Paramedic Michael McDowell, Maitland Fire/Rescue Department Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SChHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Students learn rsthand the consequences of DDUII Thursday, May 17, 2012 11:30 a.m.:30 p.m. Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center Graduation of LWP Class XXII Thaddeus Seymour, President Emeritus Rollins College Presentation of Leadership Winter Park Community Leader Award 2012 Recipient: Pitt Warner, Broker Winter Park Land Company RSVP by May 11 at www.winterpark.org or call(407) 644 8281GRADUATION LUNCHEON Presented by: Supported by: Evans Baldwin Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society Leslie Carney Rollins College Barbara Chandler Hannibal Square Heritage Center Es Cohen Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando Stacie Colson Mayflower Retirement Community Deborah Council Orlando VA Medical Center Tracy Craft Winter Park/Maitland Observer Laurie Davis Whole Foods Market Alessandra DeMaria Winter Park Day Nursery Wayne Easterling sponsored by Florida Blue Thomas Eastwood Merrill Lynch CarolFelsing Carr Riggs & Ingram Nicole Roger Finegan HMS Certified Public Accountants Meg Fitzgerald Leary Group Claude Fleurimond Winter Park Tech OCPS Mary Newhouse Gordon Gordon Wealth Management Group at Moors & Cabot Investments, Inc. Drew Havron Cooper, Simms, Nelson & Mosley, Inc. Olivia Horn Rollins College Betty Cragin Jones Area Agency on Aging of Central Florida Terri Jones BASE Camp American Childhood Cancer Organization Jacqueline Klann Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Rhonda Loft Vanson Constructors Sarah Lovaglio Security Financial Management Tris Moriondo Leading Edge Title Partners of Central Florida, LLC Janet Morrow Orlando Health Melisa Moss Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP Dennis Nolte Capital Guardian, LLC Jerry Oller Fannie Hillman + Associates Suzanna Plott Rollins College John Rife Winter Park Harvest Festival Marie C. Smith CenturyLink Erika Spence Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Kimber Threet ITN Orlando Carm en Velazquez Orange County Clerk of Courts Elizabeth Villegas Kuykendall Gardner Pierre Vogelbacher PNC Wealth Management Jimm Walsh City of Winter Park Fire Rescue Dept. David A. Witter Financial Harvest Wealth Advisors Lillian M. Yingling CenterState Bank

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Page 6 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer CCity CCommission meeting May 14The Monday, May 14, City Commission meeting will be held at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic umn for the full agenda. May 28 CCity CCommission meeting canceledDue to the Memorial Day holi day, the Monday, May 28, City Commission meeting has been canceled. Now accepting applications for city boardsService on city boards is one of the best ways to stay involved in city government. By being part your area of interest, the city of fers about 20 city boards for you to consider. If you are interested in applying, please visit cityof Boards and submit your applica tion online. Send us your DDinner on the AA venue pictures The inclement weather and reports of serious storms throughout the area forced the city to cancel the 11th annual Dinner on the Avenue, which would have been held on April 21. Many at tendees decided to not let the weather dampen their spirits and continued with their plans at seto share photographs of your Din ner on the Avenue gatherings on please email your photographs in at 5 p.m. to prdept@cityofwinter gardless of rain or shine, Dinner on the Avenue attendees will conus celebrate this annual event! CCall for artists extended Board announce that the Art on the line has been extended. Art on the of eight sculptures in downtown vices Inc., will run from Saturday, Sept. 1, through Friday, March 1, 2013. Olga Viso, Rollins College graduate and executive director of apolis, one of the most important contemporary art museums in the United States, will serve as guest Eligible artists nationwide are encouraged to submit entries for the competitive selection process between now and the updated deadline of Friday, June 1. Com plete details regarding artist en tries may be found by visiting ed in the exhibition will be an nounced on Friday, June 22. Each selected artist will receive a $1,000 honorarium. There will also be a $500 Peoples Choice award presented to the artist with most the votes from the public during the exhibition. For more information regard 407-599-3498.Purchasing receives EExcellence AA ward chasing Division has been chosen to receive the Award of Excellence in Public Procurement. The award was established to recognize or ganizational excellence in pro curement, and recognize agencies and best practices in the procure one of only 10 agencies to receive the award in Florida. The award will be received in May by the citys Purchasing Manager Carrie 45th annual Conference and Trade Show in Tampa. The Excellence in Public Pro curement Awards Program is sponsored by the Florida AssociaVisit cityofwinterpark.org, nd us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Winter Park City Talk BY RRAnNDY KnKNIGhHT CITY MANAGER

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Page 7 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer I am the community director for this growing neighborhood. Each some of the scheduled events and give a recap on those from the something to do. In any part of the country, spring is one of my favorite times of the year. Central Florida is no different with the blooming trees, wasnt much of a spring if you peratures, however, the warmer offers great weather for neighbor hood gatherings. Upcoming dates to include on your calendar are: Association will debut its First Friday Charity Festival along New Broad Street in the heart of 4, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Baldwin samples, interactive activities and much more. This months event tion. The Third Annual Derby Jubilee and Auction is Saturday, May 5, at Eastside Bistro, 3461 E. Cocelebrating all things Derby a viewing, live music, dancing, a live auction, and most outrageous hat, most glamorous hat and most dapper dude contests. Visit dog giederby.com for more informa tion. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is from 6 p.m. on Friday, May 11, to noon on Sat up to participate or donate. The American Lung Associa tion Fight for Air Run/Walk 2012 will be Saturday, May 12, at Har join in efforts for healthy air. Visit Rounding out the month is the eighth Annual Orlando Triathlon win. Register at epicsportsmar occurred in April including the Run for Her Life with proceeds a transitional home for women. In addition, Central Florida Walk like MADD was held. The fun, funds to emphasize the need for education and understanding of 2012 Great Strides 5K the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation had people enjoying the beautiful Another April event was the Annual Porch Sale. A community favorite with more than 200 residences participating, this year was no disappointment. Through this effort, 4,181 pounds of donations were collected to be sold in local retail stores, with the proceeds then used to fund vocational training for people in our community with barriers to employment. Based on averages, about 24 pounds of donations to provide services to one individual and the donations from this event will provide services to about 174 people in our local community. all about! Rounding out the month was Doggie Derby The thoroughbreds in the Kenduring the Derby event in Baldwin Pantry Program, which provides food assistance to homeless students during spring and summer temperatures before we move into the hot, dog days of summer and Susan Comisky is the community director of Baldwin Park. You can reach her at SComisky@BaldwinParkpoa.com Presented by: Supported by: Join the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce as we host our monthly breakfast program, featuring: Join the conversation as we welcome our local Fair Trade Town Steering Committee as they share how Winter Park is poised to become the first certified Fair Trade Town in the Southeast. Friday, May 11, 2012 7:45 a.m. Networking/ 8:15 a.m. Program WINTER PARK WELCOME CENTER 151 W. Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 A complimentary continental breakfast will be served. The event is free and open to the public. For information, call the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce at (407) 644-8281 or visit www.winterpark.org. 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland, FL Open: Tues-Sun. 10AM-4PM 407-644-0190You are invited to the Centers annual Baby Owl Shower! ANNUAL BABY OWL SHOWER SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012, 10:00am-2:00pm Baldwin Park Talk BY SusUSAnN CCOmMIsSKY COmm MM UNITY DIREc C TOR HUG H F. MCKEAN PUBLIC L ECTURE The Morse Museum, in association with Rollins College, is pleased to present a public lecture by former FBI senior art crime investigator Robert K. Wittman. Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:30 p.m. John M. Tiedtke Concert Hall Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida Admission is free. Reception immediately following the lecture. Parking available in the SunTrust Parking Garage off of Park Avenue (accessed via Lyman or Comstock). For more information, call (407) 645-5311 or visit www.morsemuseum.org. PRIcelessHow One FBI Agent Went Undercover to Rescue the Worlds Stolen Treasures Robert K. Wittman has been called a living legend ( The Wall Street Journal ) and the most famous detective in the world ( London Times ). From an original copy of the Bill of Rights to a Rembrandt self-portrait, former FBI Special Agent Wittman helped to recover more than $300 million in stolen art and cultural property from around the world. His best-selling memoir was published in 2010. Much to do in May DDoggie DDerby

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Page 8 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Lifestyles HEALTH VALUES SUPPORTWINTER PARK YMCA | 407.644.1509 CROSBY YMCA | 407.644.3606 MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MORE $50OFF YOUR MEMBERSHIP FEES SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR TODAYWHEN YOU JOIN BY MAY 31 JOIN THE YAt the Y, membership gives you more. Access to 27 Family Centers where you can improve your health Discounts of up to 50% off youth sports and summer camps that build confidence and instill values in our kids The Y even provides financial assistance to support neighbors in need right in your own community. Today, do something that is good for your heart, good for your kids and good for your community, and a great value year round. Visit ymcacentralflorida.com and click on NEW THIS MONTH/MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MORE to learn the true value of a Y Membership.Connect with us: Summer camp directory WWInNTER PARK YY outh Leaders The Winter Park Chamber of Commerces Youth Leaders program helps foster leadership within our community. Session top ics include team building, arts and culture, media and communications, law and gov ernment and a day for career exploration and mentoring. Sessions are June 18-22 and July 16-20. Call 407-644-8281 or visit TinyURL.com/3k4arhy MAASAA MASA (Math, Arts, and Science Achieve ment) Center for Gifted and Talented Youth programs offer students educational opportunities through hands-on activities and inquiry-based instruction. Sessions are June 11-18 and June 18-22 at Trinity Preparatory School. Visit masaorida.org FYAOFYAO YY outh OOrchestra Come experience the Florida Young Artists Orchestra summer camp under the direc tion of conductor Dr. Alvaro Gomez. Camp is open to strings, woodwind, brass and percussion musicians ages 7-18, who can read music. Session is June 18-22 at Trinity Preparatory Schools campus. Cost is $250, with a $25 sibling discount. Extended day options available. Call 407257-8886 or visit fyao.org BBreakthrough TTheatre The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will hold a Summer Theater Camp for elementary and middle school students June 11-July 6. The camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit breakthroughtheatre.com YYMCACA Y camps, whether overnight, day or spe cialty camps, share one thing: theyre about discovery. Kids spend their days swimming, playing sports, learning posi tive character development, doing arts and crafts and going on eld trips. Visit ymcacentralorida.com RRollins CCollege Rollins College summer camp programs combine hands-on activities with innova tive course content to create an educa tional camp experience. Each course pro vides in-depth subject exploration while maintaining a fun summer camp atmo sphere. Sessions are June 12-July 6, and July 9-Aug. 3. Visit rollins.edu/camp iDD TT ech CCamp Held at Rollins College, iD Tech Camp let students learn rsthand how their hobbies can turn into potential careers. Campers ages 7-17 create iPhone apps, robots, video games, websites, C++ and Java programs, 3D animations, movies and more. Visit internalDrive.com CCreald School of AArt Crealds Summer ArtCamp, beginning Monday, June 11, offers kids ages 4-17 more than 20 classes in painting, draw ing, clay and ceramics, sculpture, tra ditional lm or digital photography, and printmaking. Contact 407-671-1886 or visit crealde.org Mead GGarden Registration is open for this summers elementary, middle and high school camps. Early Bird discount registration for Mead Botanical Garden members and prior campers ends May 15. Enjoy some good old-fashioned summer fun at Mead Gardens Young Naturalist summer camp. Visit MeadGarden.org/Programs/MeadSummer-Camp RReading sessions University of Central Floridas Division of Continuing Education offers eight differ ent reading skills programs for ages 4 through adults. Prices vary by program level. An early summer session begins June 11, and a late session begins July 16. Programs meet in Orlando and Winter Park. Call 888-201-2448. MAITlLAnND CCity of Maitland Youth Summer Basketball Camps and Youth Summer Volleyball Clinics are planned at the Maitland Middle School gym. Youth Summer Tennis Camps are planned at Maitland Community Park. Call 407-539-0042 or 407-539-2830 or visit itsmymaitland.com AArt & History Museums MaitlandChildrens art classes: Ages 6-17, 9 a.m. 2 p.m. We offer three two-week ses sions: June 11 22, July 9 20 and July 23 Aug. 3. Classes meet three times per week. Choose from pottery, drawing, painting, cartooning and more! Visit ArtandHistory.org OOrlando Magic The Orlando Magic summer basketball camps offer more than 20 sessions with expert instruction and NBA excitement. Camps are held at the RDV Sportsplex and the Maitland JCC. Visit nba.com/magic/ magiccamps_index.html BBAlLDWInN PARK BBright Horizons Open your child to discovery and exploration with Our World Our Backyard, Bright Horizons signature summer program. The staff helps children discover science and explore nature, creative art and mu sic. Visit BrightHorizons.com OOrlando Metro GGymnastics Orlando Metro offers Kidz Sports Day Camps with gymnastics, games, swimming, arts and crafts, bounce houses and more. Camp features regular eld trips to the LB McLeod location for skateboarding and other local businesses. Fullor halfday sessions are available. Visit Orlando MetroGymnastics.com BBaldwin OOaks AAcademy Baldwin Oaks Academy Summer Camp is enrolling ages 3-12. Each week features a different theme. Preschoolers take a Road Trip to the Four Corners of the Unit ed States. Camp hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $160 per week, and extended care options are available. Contact 407647-0119 or visit BaldwinOA.com CCreald Mead GGarden For more information on these and an extended list of Central Florida summer camps, visit wpmobserver. com

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Page 9 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer FamilyCalendar Moms receive a complimentary mimosa or glass of champagne Opening at 11am on Mothers Day Sunday, May 13640 S. Orlando Ave Maitland, FL 32751 Reservations accepted 407.637.2933SoNapa Grillewww.SoNapa.com CCalendar MAYAY 3 Carol Stein is back by popular demand in her cabaret A A Little Naughty Music at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, and Thurs day, May 17. Tickets are $20 and include a drink from the bar. Standing room tick ets are $10, with no drink included. Call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplay house.org MAYAY 4 The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will present the John Pielmeier drama, A Agnes of G God, May 4-14. The Break through Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. in Winter Park. Call 407920-4034. DDate Night at Leu Gardens featuring Step Mom is Friday, May 4. It opens at 6 p.m. and movie time is 8:30 p.m., weather permitting. You may bring a dinner picnic basket. Alcohol is permitted. Garden admission is $5 plus tax for adults and $2 plus tax for children. Visit leugardens.org The Baldwin Park Merchants Association announced that it will debut its FFirst F Fri day C Charity F F estival along New Broad Street in the heart of downtown Baldwin Park on May 4, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Baldwin Park merchants will be offering live music, drink specials, free samples, interactive activities and much more. This months event will benet The Lost Pets Foundation. MAYAY 5 Celebrate CCinco de Mayo with the Eden Bar crew. The bar opens at 11 a.m. with 2-for-1 Margaritas, $2 Corona specials and more. Make a day of it be there af ter 6 p.m. for dollar tacos and a chance to spin the Drinko-de-Mayo prize wheel! Wear a sombrero and get a free Jell-O shot! As the sun goes down, grab that sombrero and head to the lawn to enjoy a free screening of Once Upon a Time in Mexico, starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Johnny Depp. The Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America TT ake Steps W W alk is Saturday, May 5, at Lake Lily Park in Maitland. Visit cctakesteps.org The TThird A Annual D Derby Jubilee and AAuction is from 5 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, May 5, at Eastside Bistro, 3461 E. Colonial Drive, in Orlando. Its an eve ning that includes a delicious meal, Ken tucky Derby viewing, live music, dancing, a live auction and contests. Visit doggie derby.com On Saturday, May 5, Mercedes Benz of Orlando located on U.S. Highway 17-92 in Maitland will be the scene of the Jockeys, Juleps and Jazz Derby Celebration. From 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., gather to watch the running of the 138th Kentucky Derby. Single tickets at priced at $25 per person in advance or $285 for a table of eight guests. The event benets the Maitland Chamber of Commerce. MAYAY 6 Grab your sombrero, amigas and mucha chos Seis de Mayo is coming! JFS will host its spring fundraiser at 5 p.m. on May 6 at Cocina 214, the new authentic TexMex restaurant off Park Avenue in Winter Park. Monies raised from Seis de Mayo will benet JFS two pantries and various services. Individual tickets are $100, with sponsorships available. Register online a jfsorlando.org, email es.cohen@jfsorlan do.org or phone 407-644-7593, ext. 241. Fab Follies presents TThe B Best of T T imes at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the Mai tland Civic Center, 641 S. Maitland Ave. Call the box ofce at 407-647-2111. Arnold Bremans book launch party of Laughter in the W Wings: A A Memoir for BBaby B Boomers and B Beyond! is at Mai tland Public Library at 1:30 p.m. on SunMAYAY 3 WPHS 2012 Night on B Broadway presents Les Miserables. Join the Winter Park High School Chorus for this years benet event, featuring a production of musical variety offering something for everyone. It will be held at 7:30 p.m. from May 3 through May 5 at the Ann Deringer Auditorium at Winter Park High School. Tickets are $15 with reserved seating. Email NO Btickets@aol.com for tickets. MAYAY 5 The Greater Orlando Doll Clubs 24th AAnnual D Doll Show and Sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat urday, May 5, at the Maitland Civic Center, 641 S. Maitland Ave. Tickets are $4 and kids ages 12 and younger are free. MAYAY 7 Story T T ime at Leu G Gardens presented by Nemours BrightStart! ( will take place Monday, May 7. Orange County Library Systems storytelling program comes to Leu Gardens the rst Mon day of each month, excluding holidays. Share stories and songs with your little one. This is a free indoor event. Times are: 10 to 10:15 a.m. for infants up to 18 months; ( 10:20 to 10:35 a.m. for toddlers, 18 months to 2 years old; and ( 10:40 to11 a.m. for preschoolers, 3 to 5 years old. MAYAY 10 Enzians Popcorn F Flicks in C Central Park will feature The Purple Rose of Cairo from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, May 10. Visit Enzian.org MAYAY 12 Maitland Movie in the Park on May 12 at 8:15 p.m. features The Adven tures of Tin Tin at Quinn Strong Park. Bring your blanket and chairs and we will bring you the stars. Food is avail able for purchase. MAYAY 13 Enzians Mothers D Day B Brunch & Screening of My Fair Lady is Sun day, May 13. Doors open and brunch is served at 10 a.m. Film starts at 11 a.m. The Enzian is at 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland. Single admission is $35; children 12 and younger are $20. OONGOIGOINGG The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) celebrates the residents of Mai tland throughout the entire month of May. Maitland residents receive free admission to the A&H Museums May 1-31 with proof of residence. Join your neighbors for Poetry Month at the Maitland Public Library. Fes tivities include contests for childrens poetry, through May 11, with the topic Its all about ME!! and for adult poetry, May 1-28, with the topic of Where I live! At 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday, the Maitland Public Library hosts preschool story and craft time. At 10:30 a.m. each Thursday, it hosts baby time stories and activities. At 4 p.m. each Thursday, it hosts Reading Buddies for kindergarten through fth-grade. Call 407-647-7700. Orange County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services provides free meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served at many locations including community partners, Monday through Friday at various times. Contact FSsummer@ ocps.net or dial 211. Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Please see CAlLEnNDAR on page 10 FFree subs at new Jersey Mikes Jersey Mikes Subs will ofcially open its doors in Maitland on May 2. Fran chise owner Jeff Padgett will hold a grand opening and free sub fundraiser from Wednesday, May 2, to Friday, May 11. The new restaurant, located at 246 N. Orlando Ave., will circulate 10,000 coupons throughout the community, offering a free regular sub for a minimum $1 contribution to Hugz from Bugz. CCinco de Mayo at CCocina 214 COCINA|214 is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a block party in downtown Winter Park. From noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, COCINA|214 will close a portion of Welbourne Avenue between Center Street and Knowles Avenue for the event. It is open to the public, and there is no cover charge. Call 407-790-7997 or visit cocina214.com WWinter Park Sip The Winter Park Sip and Stroll, hosted by the Park Avenue Area Association and the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, will be held from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on May 3 at the corner of Morse Bou levard and Park Avenue. The cost is $30 per person in advance. Visit winterpark.org

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Page 10 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer day, May 6. Please register by the calling 407-647 -7700. The CCentral F Florida W W atercolor Society (CFWS) will hold its next monthly meeting at 1:30 p.m. in Sunday, May 6, in the Marvel Building at the Maitland Art Center, 231 W. Packwood Ave. The meeting is open to the public. You are invited to a reception honoring the work of artist RRebecca E Eagan from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the University Club of Winter Park. Visit uni versityclubwinterpark.org for more infor mation or call 407-644-6149. MAYAY 7 Learn self defense from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 7 and May 10. Ages 14 and older are welcome. You must sign up to attend the class, which will be held at the Winter Park Police Department, 500 N. Virginia Ave. Contact Ofcer Lina Strube at 407599-3664 ( or lstrube@cityofwinterpark. org Monday mornings at 11 a.m. at the Win ter Park Community Center, a 50-minute DDeep Stretch Y Y oga class is great for beginners. Classes are drop in and cost $8. Contact the yoga instructor at 407276-3478 or the Winter Park Community Center at 407-599-3275 for additional details. MAYAY 10 The Jewish Pavilion will be hosting a free workshop on BBrain Healthy Living at Serenades by Sonata at at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 10, at 425 Ronald Rea gan Blvd. in Longwood. RSVP is needed so Serenades can plan for nice refresh ments. Call 407-678-9363 or email wendylevine@jewishpavilion.org Come see WW eathering the Storm: Na tive R Resistance to the E Expansion of the E European and A American States by Nathan Lawres. This presentation, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 10, at Leu Gardens is free and open to the public. For more information contact Kevin Gidusko at kagidusko@hotmail.com or 321-9483994. OONGOIGOINGG The WWinter Park F F armers Market is held from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. It is located at the old train depot, at 200 W. New England Ave. For more information, visit CityofWinterPark.org The Maitland F F armers Market is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday. It is located at Lake Lily Park. For more information, visit ItsMyMaitland.com or call 407-5396268. FFood T T ruck C Caf is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at Lake Lily Park in Mai tland. The WWinter Park F Food T T ruck Stop is located at 1127 N. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park, and is open for food trucks 24/7. Follow the site on Facebook at tinyurl. com/FoodTruckStop. Music at the C Casa is a free weekly open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, at 656 N. Park Ave. in Winter Park. Visit CasaFeliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3. The second Friday of every month, local residents will have the opportunity to meet the artists, enjoy live music and performances, while experiencing art and culture at the Maitland C Chamber of CCommerce Contact msimmons@mait landchamber.com The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) exhibition, BBorders of Paradise: TThe New W W orld in the E Eyes of the E Ex plorers, has been extended through May 6. Call 407-539-2181 or visit Artan dHistory.org RRNRR R Registered Nurses R Retired meets the third Wednesday of month at Dennys at 440 S. Semeron Blvd., Orlando for charitable works, educational offerings, fellowship and support. Call 407-2811527. The Winter Park Playhouse proudly pres ents the hit Broadway musical BBaby through May 12. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays, at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturdays, at 2 p.m. select Sun days (May 6), and at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 10. Tickets are $38 for evening shows, $35 senior evening shows, $28 for mati nees and $20 for industry professionals and students. Call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org The Central Florida Watercolor Society will exhibit members works in WW atercolor IImpressions, which takes place April 24 to July 15 at the Garden House Gallery in Leu Gardens, 1920 N. Forest Ave. in Or lando. Regular hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Visit centraloridawatercolor.org Visit wpmobserver.com/events for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Seminole County 14 th Annual Boy Scout Golden Eagle Dinner (le to right) Lee Corso-ESPN, Seminole County Sheri Don Eslinger, Randy Steil-Boy Scout District Director, Boy Scout Dalton Doyle, Rich Guidotti-AT&T Vice President/General Manager and Seminole County Chairman Brenda Carey. Metro/Orlando Annual Boy Scout Golden Eagle Dinner (le to right) Ron Oats-Boy Scouts Executive Director/CEO, Harold Mills-ZeroChaos CEO, Orange County Superintendent Ronald Blocker, Mrs. Gloria Blocker, Boy Scout Dalton Doyle, Council President Bill Sublette, Mayor Teresa Jacobs and Orange County Sheri Jerry Demings Spin On Cancer is a unique fundraising event this summer where 100% of the money collected will go towards cancer research. The event is vinylthemed and we need artists who are not afraid to create pieces of art utilizing vinyl records. We supply the vinyl, you supply the time and effort to make the pieces. Your art will be sold via silent auction and 100% of the proceeds will go to cancer research!COMMITMENT DEADLINE: Monday, May 14, 2012COMMITMENT FORM: TinyURL.com/ SpinOnCancer2012ART COMPLETION DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2012 SpinOnCancer.WordPress.com Facebook.com/SpinOnCancer SpinOnCancer@gmail.com CAlLEnNDAR C ONTINUED FROM pagePAGE 9 Fit for the Fourth blog See how Sarah Grafton did on Week 2 of her 60-day get-t challenge. Scan this QR code with your smart phone or visit wpmobserver.com

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Page 11 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Senior OObserver He sits at his computer and the words the microphone without a hitch. Then he cues the music, a wailing saxophone, heavy Douglas, and his mission is to bring the I want to do what I believe Ive been people are not going to die, theyre not go Douglas, 69, does that with his Old and Thursday for 90 minutes, all from the has been podcasting for about 16 years, but And hes been pretty successful so far. He said hes got 850,000 listeners from all over the U.S. and the world everywhere New Zealand. His collection boasts more than 100,000 songs, all of which he has pur chased the rights to play, and many he digi tized over a two-year span from his own collection of records and 45s. AA space to ll Douglas began the podcast because he dio. Radio broadcasters had forgotten all about the golden oldies the real begin ning the music of the s. Beatles, he said with disdain. So he set out to create a show to feature the tunes from his past. Always a teacher Douglas spent his last eight years in the ridge Middle School in Orlando his pod casts are intertwined with history lessons. Hell tell about a songs artist, where it came from, and many times, how hes even met the singer. He is from the NY area and was part insight into his shows, said listener Jim today, his personal experience is what from Alan Freed, the father and inventor of ited as someone who helped desegregation agers with the music he played. Douglas all inspired by the natural style of his men tor, Freed, he said. EEducating listeners This is a chance here for education, And not only does he educate listeners who happen upon his podcast, but he still tener of Douglas, Bruce Marianelli, is a pro n roll class at a college in Pennsylvania. He for his students. They are required to listen to his shows, and they spend time calling and emailing him with questions. The man is so willing to share his and the relations thats hes had with some music, and thats unique today, Marianelli said. It brings it to a whole new generation. Thats one reason Douglas continues new interest in the music he loves, especial ly with younger listeners. Thats so thrilling to me that people at that age are going to learn about this music and care about it, he said. BBringing back memories But its also for his generation. Moments can be relived through familiar songs, and for people who were teenagers in the s this music was so important. For listener many songs represent the start of their life, and they listen to the podcasts together. I have somebody to share this music days when we were carefree and falling in love. alive, Marianelli said. ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage S S S S S S S S S S Signature property of S Signature property of S S Savannah Court and Cottageof Oviedo S S S Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss.www.savannahcourtoviedo.com395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765407-977-8786 S S S www.savannahcourtoviedo.com S S You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! PhotoHOTO byBY IsSAAC BABCOCK TheHE ObserverBSERVER Lee DDouglas podcast OOld TT ime RRock n RRoll features s and s music he says has fallen off the airwaves.A Winter Park resident is bringing rock n roll classics back on the air with his internet podcast Old Time Rock n Roll BBRITTnNI JOhnsHNSOnN Observer Staff Listen to Lee Douglas podcast Old Time Rock n Roll every Sunday and Thursday at www. talkshoe.com/tc/2668. You can access them anytime or download them from iTunes to your iPod for listening on the go.

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Page 12 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Economic doom and gloom continue to dominate headlines, and there is no denying the in recent years. These factors can be discouraging for people approaching retirement. People, especially baby boomers who are years, are searching for credible advice on what they should do. A recent survey by the Em revealed that only 14 percent will have enough money to live comfortably in retirement. Sixty have household savings and in vestments of less than $25,000. But it is still possible to plan for a successful retirement by following three important strategies. WW ork longer retiring as soon as possible, and probably doesnt sound appealing for many. Youve probably heard the saying If you love what you do, get paid for doing what you love, thats the best of all worlds. But retirement assets. And you dont have to stay in time. Even part-time or seasonal deplete retirement assets. IIncrease your savings For 2012, retirement plan participants may contribute up to $17,000 to an employersponsored retirement plan. Those additional $5,500 catch-up contribution. you can afford to contribute, contributions come out before taxes are assessed. Live more efciently coming more comfortable, not tightening our belts. But consider whether you can trim expenses while still enjoying life. Here are some suggestions: two. rants. use regularly. you pay someone else to do. you will enjoy the golden years of your life. Ray White Jr. is a senior vice president of PNC Wealth Management and leads those efforts for Central Florida. He can be reached at raymond.white@pnc.com St. Dorothy Catholic CommunityLove Without Judgment where ALL are welcome301 New England Avenue Mass: Sundays@11:00AM www.stdorothycatholiccommunity.org SAINT DOROTHY CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IS A PROGRESSIVE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY (Respectfully not associated with the Diocese of Orlando) WHERE ALL ARE WELCOME! We have continued the reformed true Catholic Tradition in the Spirit of Vatican Council II! Are you divorced, gay, a recovering Catholic, feeling disenfranchised by your present worshiping community of whatever denomination, looking for a small worshipping community where you are known and not lost in the crowd? Then you have found what you are looking for in St. Dorothy Catholic Community! Legends Join the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce for Leadership Legends 2012! This five-week program is an opportunity to engage, connect and educate our older adults, as well as, capture their passion and experience to tackle community issues affecting Winter Park. Class members participate in educational sessions, tours and candid conversations with community leaders. Topics such as government, the history of our City, health and wellness, education and the arts will be explored with a back stage pass to Winter Park. The curriculum not only encourages active living, life-long learning and participation in our community, it also enables our older adults to share their wisdom, knowledge and experiences. Leadership Legends 2012 Session Dates Welcome Retreat & Reception Wednesday, May 16; 3:30 p.m. Leadership Winter Park Luncheon Thursday, May 17; 11:30 a.m. Historical Winter Park Wednesday, May 23; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Our Town Wednesday, May 30; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Health & Wellness Wednesday, June 6; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Education & Culture Wednesday, June 13; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Requirements: 60 years of age or older Fees: $125, includes all activities, lunches and transportation (scholarships available) Registration: May 11, 2012 For more information on Leadership Legends contact: Patrick Chapin at (407) 644-8281 or email pchapin@winterpark.org Program supported by: Winter Park Chamber of Commerce 151 W. Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 Ph: (407) 644-8281 www.winterpark.org Dont be left out in the cold during retirement RRAY WhWHITE JR. Guest Writer

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Page 13 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer I am a soon to be 78-year-old man who has been a runner for more than 30 years. be writing this column. My father died my brother at age 62. I carry the additional baggage of a high cholesterol level. gift of life a tad more than most people. to a running regimen in my early 40s, and here to tell my story. I have come to face the fact that everyone is aging and that there is a danger that older people who have put years into stayslow down. So I came up with the idea of sharing my experiences and encouraging runners to hang in there as they age. Also, I see this as a way to give younger runners (and at my age most of them are younger) a heads-up and positive attitude about the inevitable decline in performance we all face. The message can be summed up with a saying I recently came upon: Life is not about waiting for the rain to Mother Nature quietly and inexorably cal certitude that we lose ground as we age. Running literature doesnt do much beset in the press with the superhuman performance of aged runners achieving slower and slower. Not only that, I am at the age where the decline accelerates. now under my belt, I bless the day I made the decision to pursue a running regimen. Over the past 30 years, I have run in more than 30 countries on four continents and have built a treasure trove of memories. themselves, and my career as a corporate Aging runners are already in a very good place. Most are in the 30-percent category of the U.S. population who are not overweight. They also are statistically in a very good place health-wise. Even though the majority of runners may never have heard of the Stanford University School of Medicines 20-plus-year study of runners then 50 years old (now more than 70 years old), they are destined to live longer, healthier and more productive lives. Twenty years later the study found die early deaths and that initial disabilities occurred six years later in runners, and they had fewer deaths from other diseases. Furthermore, running is not harmful to the legs. Another valuable study was done by the Furman Institute on the physiology of aging and the appropriate responses to what happens as we age. Yes, we will get Furman study is that it describes what is happening as we age and what we can do nective tissues deteriorate and energy declines. So we runners lose speed, stride length grows shorter and we lose stamina. The Furman study provides advice on how to minimize the effects and to adjust our goals. In short, it provides a blueprint to hang in there and live a realistic and happy running life for a long time. round slows down long before it stops, and that this process starts in our 40s and possibility of eternal happiness. You are invited to attend a presentation on running by Jack Gallagher on Thursday, May 31, at 7 p.m. at St. Margaret Mary Parish Center on Park Avenue. Admission is free, but those wishing to make a donation are requested to make checks payable to Saint Margaret Mary/ Haiti Ministry. RSVP to Jack at gallagher.consulting@earthlink.net YOUR OWN HOME. YOUR OWN YARD. YOUR OWN LONG TERM CARE PL AN. [ why wait? ]88141 PRAD WPO 5/2012 Winter Pa rk's Distinctive Retirement Community www.themayflower.com 1620 Mayflower Court Winter Park, FL 32792 Whats your plan for the future? Call today, and lets talk about it: 407.672.1620. The Mayf lower. Smart. Secure. And Spectacular.Imagine a time in your life when you have the freedom to do exactly as you please. Relax ... revitalize ... reinvent ... renew. And, then imagine a place where you can do all that on your terms and still have the complete peace of mind that comes only with the guarantee of comprehensive continuing care. That place ... is The Mayower the gold standard for retirement communities in Central Florida. Here, you have the freedom and exibility to customize your home and your retirement lifestyle to make them uniquely yours. And while youre doing that, youll also have the guarantee of pre-funded long-term care in our Gold Seal Health Center. Thats what prompted residents like Ernie and Ann Cross to plan ahead and proactively make the move ... because they wanted to, not because they needed to. How about you?WINNER: ICAA INDUSTRY INNOVATOR AWARDFor The Mayflower/Rollins College Lifelong Learning Program MAY 841 Cross WPO Ad.indd 1 3/16/12 9:35 AM Hours: M-F 8am to 4:30pm 2315 Lee Road Winter Park, Florida 32789 Your Guiding Beacon for Quality Healthcare Harbour Private Duty Nursing, LLCSkilled Nursing Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Companionship Home Health Aid Homemaking Flexible Schedules Free RN Assessments The Services of Harbour Private Duty Nursing provide peace of mind to loved ones, trust ofcers, guardians and physicians. Our professional team prides itself on making your life easier. We also provide in-hospital private duty care, which offers close, personal attention and reassurance in an unfamiliar and often frightening environment. Our ofce hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Our professional team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. During hours when the ofce is closed and during the weekends and holidays, the on-call coordinator is available by telephone 24 hours per day.www.HarbourPrivateDutyNursing.com License # 299991382phone (407) 895-8188 fax 407-895-9339 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 RRunning at your age JACK GGAllLLAGhHER Guest Writer PhotoHOTO courtesyCOURTESY ofOF jJACK GAllLLAGhHER Jack GGallager, at right, 77, has logged 30,000 miles.

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Page 16 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer MAYAY 2&3 Senior Expo at the Central Florida Fair grounds: The annual Senior Expo is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 2-3 at 4603 W. Colonial Drive in Orlando. A free Olive Garden lunch is available for the rst 500 people each day. Free admission. The Orange County Retired Educators Association will have their Annual Spring Luncheon at noon on Thursday, May 3, at College Park United Methodist Church, 644 W. Princeton St., in Orlando. Its $14. For reservations, call 407-644-7092. MAYAY 5 An AARP Driver Safety Program will be held 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, at the Plymouth Apartments, 1550 Gay Road, in Winter Park. The program helps participants rene driving skills and de velop safe driving habits. Upon comple tion of the course, Florida drivers 50 or older will be eligible for vehicle insurance discounts. Registration is required. Cost is $12 for AARP members, $14 for nonmembers. Call 1-888-227-7669 or go to www.aarp.org/drive MAYAY 9 Want to communicate better with elders? Take a 90-minute hands-on senior sen sitivity class and personally experience some of the most common health con cerns of elders, including hearing loss, limited vision and arthritis. Its from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 9 at the downtown Orlando Public Library, in the third oor Albertson Room. To RSVP, call 407-8357481. MAYAY 10 The Jewish Pavilion will be hosting a free workshop on Brain Healthy Living at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 10, at Serenades by Sonata, 425 Ronald Reagan Blvd., in Longwood. Brenda Nieman, a certied Alzheimers disease trainer, will address the group. The workshop is open to the entire community, but an RSVP is needed so Serenades can plan for refreshments. Call 407-678-9363 or email wendylevine@ jewishpavilion.org MAYAY 17 Tips on being a savvy health advocate will be presented by Betsy McKeeby, RN, Parish Nurse at First United Methodist of Winter Park at 12:10 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, at the downtown Orlando Library, 101 E. Central Blvd, third oor Albertson Room. Parish nurses act as health coun selors, educators, community resource liaisons and integrators of faith and heal ing. To RSVP, send an email to OfceonAging@oc.net or call 407-836-7446. MAYAY 31 You are invited to attend a presentation on running by Jack Gallagher on Thursday, May 31, at 7 p.m. at St. Margaret Mary Parish Center on Park Avenue. Jack will turn 78 in a few months and has been participating in the local running scene since 1987. Admission is free, but those wishing to make a donation are requested to make checks payable to Saint Marga ret Mary/ Haiti Ministry. RSVP to Jack at gallagher.consulting@earthlink.net JUNEE 1 Orange Countys annual hurricane expo is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 1, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 2 at the Fashion Square Mall. You can talk directly with state, national and local disaster planning staff to learn how you can prepare. JUNEE 4 Join volunteers and friends of the Jew ish Pavilion for a free workshop on Body Language at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 4, at Horizon Bay; 217 Boston Ave., Altamonte Springs. For more information contact info@jewishpavilion.org or call 407-678-9363. Please RSVP. MAITAITLAANDD SEENIORIOR CECENTERTER The Maitland Senior Center is located at 345 S. Maitland Ave. The schedule is sub ject to change without notice. Call 407539-6251 or visit itsmymaitland.com Free phones for the hearing impaired! Please join us on Tuesday, May 22, from 9 a.m. to noon to see if you are eligible for a free phone for your home. Join us at 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, for Bunko! Come play for fun and win prizes. AARP Driver Safety program The next class is on June 13. Certicate of comple tion is good for a possible car insurance discount, renewable every three years. Cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members. Class is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please bring a lunch. Make checks or money orders payable to AARP; no cash is accepted. Call 407-539-6251 to reserve a seat in the class. Seating is lim ited to 10 people. Join Audrey every Tuesday in May at 10:30 a.m. for Line Dance Lessons. Class is 90 minutes and perfect for both begin ner and intermediate dancers. Cost of the class is $4 to the teacher. Join us every Monday and Friday in May at 1 p.m. to see your favorite movies! Check our calendar online to see what movies are showing in May. Join John every Monday, Thursday and Friday in May at 9 a.m. for Yoga. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your own mat. Cost of the class is $2 to the teacher. Join our Knit & Crochet group every Mon day in May at 10 a.m. Bring your current project and have some fun! Join us every Monday in May at 1 p.m. for our Conversational French group. Spend some time chatting with others and mak ing new friends. Must be uent in French to participate. Join Esther every Tuesday in May at 9 a.m. for Tai Chi classes. Cost of the class is $2 to the teacher. Join us every Tuesday in May at 1 p.m. for our Conversational Spanish group. Spend some time chatting with others and mak ing new friends. Must be uent in Spanish to participate. Join Donna every Thursday in May at 11:30 a.m. for Chair Yoga. Cost of the class is a $2 donation to the teacher. Join Ann every Friday in May for Recorder classes. Beginning classes are held at 12:30 p.m. and intermediate classes are held at 1 p.m. Lessons are free. Please call the Senior Center at 407-539-6251 for specics on this class. The Maitland Senior Center presents a program for elders on the second Friday of the month that is staffed by counselors from S.H.I.N.E. (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders). FROFROM TTHEE ORAORANGEGE COCOUNTYTY COCOMMIISSIOION OON AGIAGINGG MAYAY NEWEWSLETTERETTER CCool website Check out this national portal to informa tion, tools and resources to assist elders during all types of natural disasters: cdc. gov/aging/emergency New agencyOn April 16, the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services established the Adminis tration for Community Living that created a single agency with the goal of increas ing access to community support systems and full participation, while focusing attention and resources on the unique needs of older Americans and people with disabilities. Visit hhs.gov/acl OOlder driver safety The Hartford has a web page focused on older driver safety that includes online assessments, publications and tools on driving safely. 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Page 17 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer May 4 to 14 TThe AAgonies of A Agnes of GGod John Pielmeier drama, Agnes of who gives birth and insists the child was the result of a virgin conception. A psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting investigation. The play, which opened on Broadway in 1982, has proAmericas greatest actresses from Burns and Jenny Ornstein at the Call 407-920-4034. May 6 TThe FFlorida Symphony YY outh OOrchestra hear) the extraordinary job done by the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra in bringing together young musicians to provide a real orchestral experience for these talented young people, while providing inexpensive concerts for the community. FSYOs 55th Concert Season Finale will be held at 4 p.m. on May 6 at Freedom High School. Featuring four youth orchestras, the concert be purchased at the door, or online through redchairproject.com. Visit fsyo.org May 6 FF ab FFollies The Fab Follies, a Vegasstyle song and dance troupe, is comprised of 30 extremely talented guys and gals each of a certain age. But you will never determine their real ages based ing that goes on in this show. Their new show The Best of Times, is a musical extravaganza even more talent and glitz. The show will be presented at 3 p.m. on May 6 at the Maitland Civic Center. Call 407-647-2111. May 10 AArt TThieves BBeware called a living legend by the famous detective in the world by the London Times. Former FBI recover more than $300 million in stolen art from around a best-selling memoir about his of his undercover sleuthing at the Morse Museums Hugh McKean Public Lecture. The lecture will Concert Hall at Rollins College. Admission is free. A reception, open to the public, follows the lecture. Visit morsemuseum.org May 10 and 11 Honoring OOur Soldiers in Song Brand new musicals dont come along often, and Ronald Owens new Requiem for a Young Man promises a unique stage experience accompanied by a live orchestra. Requiem combines elements of opera, ballet and musical theatre into of a young man who falls in love, answers his countrys call to serve, and leaves family and Requiem will be offered in two performances only at Valencia Colleges East Campus on May 10 and May 11 at 7:30 p.m. Call 407-679-9654 or visit RequiemForAYoungMan.com May 11 to Sept. 1 OOh, the stories they will tell Elders from one of our coun trys oldest African-American townships will tell their stories of a group of men and women, ages 85 to 106, share their experiences are part of The Sage Project: Hannibal Square Elders Tell Their Stories, hosted by the Hannibal Square Heritage Center from May 11 to Sept. 1 in partnership with ciation. An opening reception, in which the elders will be honored, is scheduled for May 11 from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 407-539-2680 or visit crealde.org or hannibalsquare heritagecenter.orgNow through May 31 Maitlands museums free (to Maitland residents) In a too good to refuse offer the Art & History Museums Maitland is offering free museum admission from May 1 to 31 to Maitland residents. The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) includes The Historical Museum and the house Residence Museum and Carpentry Shop Museum at 820 information, call 407-539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory.orgJosh 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. Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH O RLANDO A VE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.E NZIAN.ORG Academy Award Nominee! MONSIEUR LAZHAR Fri.-Sun. 4:00, 6:30, & 9:00 Mon. 6:30 & 9:00 Tues. 6:30 Wed.-Thurs. 6:30 & 9:00 Cinco de Mayo Party Eden Bar Sat. 6:00 Festivities begin 8:00 or Sunset ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO FREE Wednesday Night Pitcher Show FRIDAY Wed. 8:00 or Sunset On the lawn at Eden Bar FREE Cult Classics: Marx Brothers ANIMAL CRACKERS Tues. 9:30 Only $5 TThe Sage Project FFlorida Symphony YY outh OOrchestra YY outh play in their nale concert

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Page 18 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer OOpinions Im going to admit something column at other points in my life, but I have especially big hopes much about me, thats to let you is meant to be about you, about our neighbors, about the wonder ful community we are fortunate to call home. a blog for a while. Alas, when youre a CEO Chief Everymade and that was one thing that was a bit too much too soon, and it got sidelined. I regretted that because it was at a time when Id just concluded two wonderful interviews, which now seem the this new effort will be about. visited the city. I thought it must be an exclusive club, some place you must pay a steep member ship to enjoy. I LUV that that is not the case, that its most often open to anyone and everyone. I LUV old homes for their char acter, the stories they tell. Not all older homes can or should be saved, but when one such as Casa Feliz is saved, when its the community coming together that says a lot about that community. It says a lot thats good. a little dance. That it was created with stories in place such as proves the genius behind its design had a similar perspective. That it was nearly lost before a community came together on its behalf, endured all required to move it across the street that is now its best story. which people often spend their entire lives, or only leave to re turn later. You read a lot of stories about communities that must them to stay. Here, the community itself is incentive enough. I sometimes wonder what it would and feel a bit jealous of those who did. to set the stage for what I hope is just such a resident. Im not about Matt Anderson and his having dinner at Hannibals, I of a shirt. The result was order ing what was the absolute best mojito Ive ever had. This from a rosemary and lavender spirit. No, I thought the story of a guy who started a spirits company out of a tub in his garage soundwas one of the most serious and used about 20-somethings once you get over 40 Id ever met. He explained to me how hed among hundreds and hundreds. Casa Feliz and Matt Anderson may have never appeared togeth er in the same sentence. But for me, they are roughly two ends of a spectrum of individuals, groups and other entities Ive begun charming community it is, and that we all enjoy. ing new neighbors, hearing your is going to be fun. Pretty sure Im gonna LUV it.Clyde Moore operates local sites ILUVWinterPark.com, ILUVParkAve.com and LUVMyRate.com, and aims to help local businesses promote themselves for free and help save them money, having some fun along the way. Email him at iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net or write to ILuv Winter Park on Facebook or Twitter. WW ant to submit a guest column? Send your pitch to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.comClyde Moore I LUV Winter Park Hello, WWinter Park! TT ax hikes rooted in envy proximately 50 percent of all of the federal income tax in the United that the rich arent paying their est among us will do anything they can to avoid contributing to the necessary good, (In Buffeting a move for fairer taxes published April 19) the correct statement should the federal income tax, they will do almost anything to avoid paying it all. Moreover, having half the citi zens paying no federal income tax is to vote for politicians who will raise someone else, but not on them. At the core, almost all calls to increase taxes on someone else, (but not on yourself) are rooted in envy. last decade with respect to newspaper circulation, there must be a lot of envy developing on newspaper editorial boards.Jeffry R. Jontz Winter Park TT ree photo misleading Regarding the Observers story V-shape trees cause an uproar, commissioner and perhaps a citizen Hall familiar with the issue and determined the following: First, it should be noted that the picture shown at the top of the article, which residents by a single commissioner, is of a tree that a trained arborist had determined was a compromised tree for health, mortality or safety and was scheduled to be cut down This was not a healthy tree with a bad trim job. Second, it is misleading to send this picture with the message that its an example of the citys practice for pruning trees. It was cut be easier to fell when the Forestry practice of sending photos of trees that are not genuine representations of the citys pruning practices is disingenuous and designed only to incite politically motivated agendas. with a single call to the city manager, as Commissioner Carolyn Cooper lated in this manner. Third, if we are to believe that open and transpar ent communication from an elected discouraged from participating in good government, they should not hesitate sending out an email to the same email list as before indicating that the information sent over the internet and to the media was found to be an inaccurate representation. All in all, it reminds me of a Ronald Reagan quote from one of his presidential debates There you concerned citizens questioning what happened to the trees and wonder ing if its a prelude to more drastic measures in the future, but instead titude of addressing the problem, instead (if you read the blog comments) there seems to be a desire, to quote a line from the Blues Brothers for safety when the results are as appalling as those poor specimens circulated in this newspaper and by selves every day. If theres any virtue to the citys draconian tree-trimming policy, its that it has brought together many citizens who do not always see eye-to-eye on development issues, such as building size, I wonder which supposedly nonexistent group of citizens has been election cycles. Can you say Carlisle, tion mailer campaign violation? dj vu all over again, and in the end, There they go again! Ed Sabori Winter ParkLetters to the editor Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com King Features Weekly ServiceApril 30, 2012 King Features Weekly ServiceApril 30, 2012

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Page 19 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Chris Jepson Perspectives Louis Roney Play On! animal. Its just as well he didnt go into any more detail. report that the government may be con sidering releasing all of our heretofore private health history to public scrutiny. to such privacy invasion? off shell casing. On the ball are the auto graphs of every player on the U.S. Naval Academy football team on which our friends son playeda team that never lost to Army in four years. which to live has been described as benign despotism. Many a person has benign, but plenty despotic. classes as great art, and at the same time graphic? nounced to the world on TV that you, Mr. Obama, who have never held a civilian job! Sure, were the lazy guys who saved Europe from the Nazis and have fed whoever was hungry around the world for years. No good deed goes House. gram that is live theater she has the news items a compelling treat. Monica calls Obama a full-frontal Socialist. accurately? Its getting harder and Crowley avers that all the Obama pala ver is actually aimed at our middle class that are affected by political actions. rules (to favor themselves). One hears that Nancy Pelosis worth went up more than 20 percent this year. Did yours? a raunchy moralist. She explains that her being married or single at the time determines which description suits her. demanded a decrease in spending, debt of public funds on everything left and more left is increasing our national debt exponentially, and denying the mandate of U.S. voters. For every $100 he spends, $41 is added to the national debt, and increasing the interest we must pay. what Obama has been shoveling lately, we could fuel the whole 21st century. Eric Ericson, Daily Events 2/24/12 which people rise to the level of incomadministration, you refuse to recognize your incompetence and blame others when things go wrong. Further, The and provide decent returns to investors concepts foreign to this president who is more interested in redistributing creeping Socialism and industrial policy About Roney: Harvard42Distinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney)I have a number of friends, intelligent all, who are quite dumb about democstate extends to the voting booth. That incorporated into public policy are wrong and that such advocacy/implementation undermines the nation. Arguably, certain religious values do undercut individual rights (freedom) but, hey, majority rules, yes? If the brain dead, say, of Tennessee want creationism taught in the public schools and elect a majority of state representatives of that persuasion (Republicans) to achieve that objective and actually do so, how is that not pure democracy in action? Salute it. Actually, Tennessee is, perhaps, the perfect example that evolution is not a a motto of America at Its Best would have moved on from the embarrassing Evidence is being offered that certain have evolved more in the past 87 years since the Trial, than todays typical state the Tennessee legislature. I argueand defy anyone to offer a more eloquent defensethat the ignorant and the stupid have just as much right to the uninformed vote in large numbers, America inevitably ends up at war, oh, in Iraq or cutting preventative healthcare for women. do have something in common with an must surely loveum all because He made so many of us. NO, I pose the following cerned with the course of our democracy. In the presidential election of 2000 it be came crystal clear that not every vote was equal the candidate with the most votes equal one vote. Some votes in America are worth more than other votes. And that undeniable fact is best iling question: Are ALL voters equal? two typical voters have the same opthing. America, from its inception, interests. I get that. I understand the phil osophical and historical underpinnings of our democracy. But what has happened with the 2010 Supreme Court Citizens United decision is that the individual invest in buying his legislator (to secure ablythan the average Joe Schmoe voter. Oh, you say, that has always been the case. I do not disagree. All voters are not equal. Does it then follow that the berrich should receive, carte blanche, our approval as they purchase our government? Citizens United has unequivocally illuminated, for all to clearly see, who owns America part the curtains (we of equality within the voting booth. It is unnecessary. The emperor has no clothes. barrel. The redcoats are coming! The redcoats are coming! Danger, Will Robinson! Indeed. you?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.USSpeak dawg TT ake a note Heres an equation thats simple to solve. This year, Americas graduating still hasnt recovered to pre-recession individuals in science, technology, engineer ing and math (STEM) careers grew three times faster than those for non-STEM jobs in the last 10 years, according to the Department of Commerce. Crunch the numbers and the answer provide students with the opportunities and tools to pursue these careers which pay, on average, 26 percent more than non-STEM occupations. Moreover, we cant afford not to because generating these ideas, companies and industries is the only way to compete in a globalized, Yet by many accounts, the U.S. is lagging behind its counterparts in terms of STEM education. Equally concerning is STEM educational programs and career can Americans are woefully underrepresented in areas such as computer physical sciences. The problem has several sources, including an inadequate educational foundation during middle and high lege and low awareness of STEM-related careers. Simply put, were missing out on a otherwise lead promising careers and propel our nation into the future. Thats where the STEM Pipeline Program comes in. Recently launched by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Sanford-Burnham Research Institute at this collaborative partnership of private the interest of minorities in science-related Schools to identify promising candidates, the program will provide students with re sources at every aspect of the educational pipeline including hands-on experience in lab research, mentoring opportunities and career counseling. STEM professionals will visit classrooms to inspire and engage a four-year scholarship toward a STEM major removing a major hurdle to a college education. The scholarship includes paid internships for four summers at Sanford-Burnham, one of the nations lead ing organizations dedicated to furthering the understanding of health and disease. sense. It not only directly addresses the provides an advantage to talented students who otherwise wouldnt have considered these options. And, as technology continues to pervade daily life and restructures force not just mathematicians and scientists. The initiative is about more than simply about igniting passion in young men and careers. Its about telling them, You have the intelligence and drive to accomplish great things. Thats a message too many students have never heard before. And its one that can change the course of their lives. both for the U.S. among its global competitors, and for minorities who deserve this a tangible investment in the students who will lead us into the future. The STEM Pipeline Program is an initiative whose time has come and I couldnt be more proud to be involved.Sherry Paramore is area development director for UNCF. For more information on the STEM Pipeline Program, or to nd out how to become involved, contact her at 407-896-6940.Invest in STEM education for minorities ShHERRY PARAmMORE Guest Writer Sherry Paramore DDr. CCedric BBright, National Medical AAssociation; DDr. Layton Smith, Sanford-BBurnham

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Page 2 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Hopes for a postseason run came to a shocking end on April 25 as the Winter Park Wildcats fell play on the baseball diamond. The Wildcats had entered the team Class 8A District 5 tourna ment, with high hopes of a strong showing after not losing to a dis trict rival since the start of the sea son. Their 6-1 record was tied for tops in the district. University entered the game near the district basement and with a 2-5 district record, giving the Wildcats a strong advantage by the numbers. Those numbers were quickly thrown out the window by Univer sity starting ace Patrick Stephens, who dominated the Wildcats from the mound and the plate. He would pitch the entire game en route to a four-hit win while teeing off on Wildcat pitch ing with a pair of singles, a double and an RBI that led to the differ ence in the game. The Cougars would go on to place runner up in the district with a spot in the re gional playoffs after losing in the season ended before the real post season could begin. Eagles soar in districts With only a middling record entering the playoffs, the Edge water Eagles didnt have much promise on paper, unless you counted their 7-2 district record. Leveraging their dominance in regular season play, they bam boozled district foes Pine Ridge and Seabreeze to take the Class 6A District 8 crown in style. They the game early. On April 26 they had a bigger Seabreeze, who had just shocked Mainland to make it to the district championship. A game-winning blast by Adrian Henry pushed the Eagles past Seabreeze 5-4 to take the championship. They travel to face Eau Gallie Thursday, May 3, in Melbourne play. Wildcats win in the water Helped by returning senior captain Kelly Martin, the Wildcats girls water polo team dominated state championship tournament play before reaching their nem esis, Ransom Everglades. The Wildcats lit off on a playoff tear after trashing Edgewater 17-1 in Martin, who committed to Michigan to play water polo, led her team back into a third-time grudge match against Ransom, whom theyd beaten earlier this season. But in two previous state cham pionships, the Wildcats had fallen short. With Ashleigh Johnson at goal, Ransom had a national-cal iber player in the most important spot in the game. That paid off for Ransom, which kept a lead against Winter Park for most of the game. At one point the Wildcats were gaining with the help of Martins goals that put them within 8-5 in the waning minutes of the game, but the Wildcats fell short for the third straight year. The boys team also launched into a promising postseason with a trouncing of Edgewater by a the regionals, making their way against St. Thomas Aquinas. St. Thomas had only allowed one team into the double digits in the postseason. The Wildcats managed 12 points in the game, but fell to St. Thomas 16, ending their postsea son run. Professional Pet Sitting, Dog Walking and Pet Taxi F Orlando Pet Connections oers a variety of custom pet care and sitting services. Our specialties include: www.OrlandoPetSitting.com info@OrlandoPetSitting.com FORUMSSmall Business www.mica.house.govU.S. Congressman J ohn L. MicaSponsored byMaitland 407-657-8080 Deltona 386-860-1499 Learn about Federal, state and local resources to develop or expand business. Experts from the Small Business Administration, IRS, Department of Commerce, Seminole State College Small Business Development Center, Enterprise Florida and local banks.SBA Programs & FinancingFederal Market Contracting IRS Info Exporting Agency ExpertsBusiness Summit Focused on SW Volusia County Deltona City Hall 2345 Providence Blvd, Deltona 32725 Forum Export Assistance Forum Veterans Assistance (407) 514-0087 3.05% Certain restrictions apply. Rates may vary depending on deposit amount. We broker CDs for FDIC insured banks. Promotional incentive may be included to obtain yield.w w w .oldhar bor f inancial .c om Old Harbor FINANCIA L12 Mon t h CD Also oer IRA Specials & free 401k Reviews APYHigher Rates for Longer Term Winter Park goes deep in postseason ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff

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Page 3 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer going to run, but Ive always been the teacher, she said. I love to teach and Ive always wanted to teach, and I still do. But its get ting so hard to do my job and do it well, and its all to do from mandates coming down from Tal lahassee. I think maybe its time they need a teacher. Fitting in with the family Dentel comes from a long fam ily of what she calls public ser vants. Her mother, Betty Castor, served in the Florida Senate when Dentel was a teenager and was president of the University of South Florida from 1994-1999. Her father, Don Castor, was a judge in Hillsborough County. Her sister Kathy has represented Floridas Congressional District 11 since 2007, and her brother Frank is a judge in Palm Beach County. Dentel has served the public in her own way, as an elementary school teacher in Central Florida for more than 10 years, but she says shed never seriously con sidered following in her familys political footsteps until the past year when she got frustrated enough with legislation that was passing in Tallahassee. Pushes toward privatizing schools and the parent trigger bill, along with increasing changes to FCAT standards, she said, were the last straw. When I would talk to my col leagues about what was happen ing in the Legislature, they would say they didnt want to get politi cal, so I realized no one else was going to step up and knew I had to, she said. They need a mom and a teacher on these committees to tell them to stop. Coupling with that frustration, Dentel said, was the lingering vi sion of the newly redistricted leg islative map with the Dommerich community and Maitland at the heart of District 30. When I looked at that map and I was already angry, and then I thought, That is my home, we need a voice, she said. Her mother, Betty Castor, said she was surprised and delighted when Dentel told her she was go Dentel has the education, experi ence and core relationship with her community to make her a She knows her district and she knows the community, she knows a lot of parents, and I think thats whats important for someone ing the community and knowing how to use the knowledge of the community to represent them well, she said. For Dentel, she says, it all comes back to education. If one-third of our legislative budget is going to education, we need to pay attention, she said. So does that mean if I paid $1 in taxes, $.0.33 would go to schools? her daughter Caroline interrupts, glancing up from the game she plays on her moms phone. 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Since redistricting put Plakon up for election against another incumbent, the Longwood resident decided to run instead for the new district, which houses all of Maitland. Identied as a father and small business owner, he says he hopes his track record over the last four years will put votes in his favor. Ive been representing part of Maitland for four years, and I hope to continue, he said. For more information on his campaign, visit scottplakon.com

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Farrell V ICE PRESIDENTS : Merrilee Crain, Patti Green & Jeff Babineau Dear readers, Youll notice a few changes in this weeks issue. First off, wed like to welcome our newest columnist, Clyde Moore, wholl be revealing the latest business and social news in downtown Winter Park. Clyde is the owner of the website ILuvWinterPark.com and seems to know more about Park Avenues goings than anyone Ive met. Have Another change youll see is new staff email addresses that carry the Turnstile Media Group label. Its become clear to us that the name Observer Newspapers doesnt convey what weve become: a diverse media platform that goes far beyond the printed page. Rebranding ourselves as the Community Media Division of Turnstile Media Group will allow our titles Winter Park-Maitland Observer, Seminole Voice, East Orlando Sun and Baldwin Park Living to grow as a more cohesive unit as we continue to expand how we deliver the local news you care about. 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In mid-2009, we added the East Orlando Sun, a monthly newspaper that serves Avalon Park, Eastwood, Stoneybrook and Waterford Lakes. The newspaper started publishing in 1995. In November 2010, new President and CEO Francis X. Farrell arrived, bringing decades of magazine expe rience with him. Less than two months later, we started publishing Baldwin Park Living, a community magazine serving Baldwin Parks residents and business owners. Founded in 2005 as a quarterly community newsletter, the magazine has grown to 10 issues a year. ters and social networks are the go-to place for fresh, award-winning community news thats happening right in your backyard, news that affects your family and your neighbors and cannot be found anywhere else. And were constantly developing new ways to deliver that content: to your laptop, mobile phone, tablet and maybe, one day, on your computerized glasses. One thing is certain: community news, no matter how its delivered, wont go out of style. 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The studio debuted in Winter Parks Hannibal Square in May 2011. This years I.K.A. Prize honoree is Pastor Mitchell Dawkins of The New Warner Chapel Primitive Baptist Church in west Winter Park. The $2,000 I.K.A. Prize is to be used by Pastor Dawkins for the better ment of his parish and to inspire others to underwrite various New Warner Chapel initiatives in the future. Emerson International Inc. recently negotiated six commercial lease agree ments that total more than 10,300 square feet of ofce space. The new tenants include: Central de Alabanza Y Restaura cion Inc. with 4,000 square feet leased; Debit Mediators, LLC, with 2,200 square feet; Rockin Nutrition that leased 958 square feet at CenterPointe Ofce Park in Altamonte Springs; and Maxine Carr ED. D., P.A. leased 493 square feet at 1177 Louisiana Ave. at Louisiana Ofce Park in Winter Park. Former G.O.P. state Senator Lee Con stantine has been named President of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerces Southeast region. The Central Florida Afliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure awarded a $50,000 grant to Ribbon Riders Inc. for nancial assistance for patients with breast cancer. At Ribbon Riders the grant will help breast cancer patients with immediate needs by providing direct nancial aid. Nancy C. Young has joined Right Man agement Florida/Caribbean as vice presi dent of client services, based at the talent and career management rms Orlando ofce. Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. is pleased to announce that Richard S. Dellinger, a partner with the rm, has once again been appointed to the Judicial Nominating Procedures Com mittee of the Florida Bar Association for a one-year term. Joan Lenard has been re-elected as president of Newcomers of Central Flor ida Inc., a local womens club that offers friendship, social activities and helpful information to both new and long-time residents. IHG, one of the worlds largest hotel groups, announced a partnership with Clean the World to recycle partially-used soaps and bottled amenities from hotel guest rooms. Letter from the editor

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Page 5 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer On April 18, the Maitland Fire Rescue Department, in conjunc tion with Orangewood Presbyte DUI presentation for Orangewood High School students. The pre sentation was aimed at exposing high school students to the real life dangers and possible outcome drugs or alcohol. The presentation included many different organiza tions coming together to present a vital message to students just as The organizations participat ing included: Maitland Fire Res cue Department, Maitland Police Department, Orangewood Pres byterian High School staff and students (as actors), Orlando Re gional Medical Center Air Care Flight Team, Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Services and Courtesy Towing of Longwood, which pro vided the car. All of the organiza months to coordinate a presenta tion that was very factual, realistic The opening scene on the foot dates for the prom. They enter a as almost every family does. Prior to leaving, the father performs his protective duty of informing the driver to be safe and to follow the rules. The student replies with a yes sir. The students arrive at the prom and start to have a good time. One of the students then pulls out a bottle of liquor and proceeds to After a little convincing the stu dent who was entrusted to drive sips. After a few minutes pass, the students get bored and go to a party at a friends house. BOOM! The students who are watching hear a loud crash and a shows a grizzly accident scene. The driver gets out of the vehicle. partially ejected from the front seat lying on the hood of the car. unconscious. He calls 911 scream ing for help. As the student body watches in ments arrive on the scene and start to tend to the patients. The police their extrication equipment (Jaws to remove the roof and doors of trapped victims inside. The stu dent body watches and hears the crushing and shearing of metal as be removed was the drivers best friend. He is transported to the hospital by a waiting rescue unit. personnel. She is removed and is deemed too severely injured to be transported by ambulance. A helicopter is called into the scene and the students gasp as the heli copter lands. The patient is loaded and the helicopter powers up for a At this point all patients have the police step in to proceed with their investigation. They pull the driver to the middle of the scene (so the student body can see) and begin their DUI arrest. As the po the wrists of the young driver, he woods own Pastor proceed to inform the deceased girls par ents of this tragedy. Everyone is moved as the mother screams. The father refuses to believe it to be true. After the parents identify their daughter, she is loaded into exercise completed, the students iting the demonstration the stu a set up by Baldwin Fairchild as quences of driving impaired. place countless times annually across America and according to one source (AlcoholAlert.com), in 2009 resulted in some 10,839 fatal ities in crashes involving a driver with a blood alcohol content of .08 fatalities for the year). The many entities presenting this program to the young audience and teaching staff that morning sincerely hope that a meaningful impact has been on a large scale. pact on these students. If we can even one student/family from this devastation, then we have done our job. Engineer/Paramedic Michael McDow ell, Maitland Fire/Rescue Department Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Students learn rsthand the consequences of DUI Thursday, May 17, 2012 11:30 a.m.:30 p.m. Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center Graduation of LWP Class XXII Thaddeus Seymour, President Emeritus Rollins College Presentation of Leadership Winter Park Community Leader Award 2012 Recipient: Pitt Warner, Broker Winter Park Land Company RSVP by May 11 at www.winterpark.org or call(407) 644 8281 GRADUATION LUNCHEON Presented by: Supported by: Evans Baldwin Baldwin Brothers Cremation Society Leslie Carney Rollins College Barbara Chandler Hannibal Square Heritage Center Es Cohen Jewish Family Services of Greater Orlando Stacie Colson Mayflower Retirement Community Deborah Council Orlando VA Medical Center Tracy Craft Winter Park/Maitland Observer Laurie Davis Whole Foods Market Alessandra DeMaria Winter Park Day Nursery Wayne Easterling sponsored by Florida Blue Thomas Eastwood Merrill Lynch Carol Felsing Carr Riggs & Ingram Nicole Roger Finegan HMS Certified Public Accountants Meg Fitzgerald Leary Group Claude Fleurimond Winter Park Tech OCPS Mary Newhouse Gordon Gordon Wealth Management Group at Moors & Cabot Investments, Inc. Drew Havron Cooper, Simms, Nelson & Mosley, Inc. Olivia Horn Rollins College Betty Cragin Jones Area Agency on Aging of Central Florida Terri Jones BASE Camp American Childhood Cancer Organization Jacqueline Klann Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Rhonda Loft Vanson Constructors Sarah Lovaglio Security Financial Management Tris Moriondo Leading Edge Title Partners of Central Florida, LLC Janet Morrow Orlando Health Melisa Moss Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP Dennis Nolte Capital Guardian, LLC Jerry Oller Fannie Hillman + Associates Suzanna Plott Rollins College John Rife Winter Park Harvest Festival Marie C. Smith CenturyLink Erika Spence Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Kimber Threet ITN Orlando Carmen Velazquez Orange County Clerk of Courts Elizabeth Villegas Kuykendall Gardner Pierre Vogelbacher PNC Wealth Management Jimm Walsh City of Winter Park Fire Rescue Dept. David A. Witter Financial Harvest Wealth Advisors Lillian M. Yingling CenterState Bank

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Page 6 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer City Commission meeting May 14 The Monday, May 14, City Commission meeting will be held at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic umn for the full agenda. May 28 City Commission meeting canceled Due to the Memorial Day holi day, the Monday, May 28, City Commission meeting has been canceled. Now accepting applications for city boards Service on city boards is one of the best ways to stay involved in city government. By being part your area of interest, the city of fers about 20 city boards for you to consider. If you are interested in applying, please visit cityof Boards and submit your applica tion online. Send us your Dinner on the A venue pictures The inclement weather and re ports of serious storms through out the area forced the city to cancel the 11th annual Dinner on the Avenue, which would have been held on April 21. Many at tendees decided to not let the weather dampen their spirits and continued with their plans at se to share photographs of your Din ner on the Avenue gatherings on please email your photographs in at 5 p.m. to prdept@cityofwinter gardless of rain or shine, Dinner on the Avenue attendees will con us celebrate this annual event! Call for artists extended Board announce that the Art on the line has been extended. Art on the of eight sculptures in downtown vices Inc., will run from Saturday, Sept. 1, through Friday, March 1, 2013. Olga Viso, Rollins College graduate and executive director of apolis, one of the most important contemporary art museums in the United States, will serve as guest Eligible artists nationwide are encouraged to submit entries for the competitive selection process between now and the updated deadline of Friday, June 1. Com plete details regarding artist en tries may be found by visiting ed in the exhibition will be an nounced on Friday, June 22. Each selected artist will receive a $1,000 honorarium. There will also be a $500 Peoples Choice award presented to the artist with most the votes from the public during the exhibition. For more information regard 407-599-3498. Purchasing receives Excellence A ward chasing Division has been chosen to receive the Award of Excellence in Public Procurement. The award was established to recognize or ganizational excellence in pro curement, and recognize agencies and best practices in the procure one of only 10 agencies to receive the award in Florida. The award will be received in May by the citys Purchasing Manager Carrie 45th annual Conference and Trade Show in Tampa. The Excellence in Public Pro curement Awards Program is sponsored by the Florida Associa Visit cityofwinterpark.org, nd us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER

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Page 7 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer I am the community director for this growing neighborhood. Each some of the scheduled events and give a recap on those from the something to do. In any part of the country, spring is one of my favorite times of the year. Central Florida is no different with the blooming trees, wasnt much of a spring if you peratures, however, the warmer offers great weather for neighbor hood gatherings. Upcoming dates to include on your calendar are: Association will debut its First Friday Charity Festival along New Broad Street in the heart of 4, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Baldwin samples, interactive activities and much more. This months event tion. The Third Annual Derby Jubi lee and Auction is Saturday, May 5, at Eastside Bistro, 3461 E. Co celebrating all things Derby a viewing, live music, dancing, a live auction, and most outrageous hat, most glamorous hat and most dapper dude contests. Visit dog giederby.com for more informa tion. The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is from 6 p.m. on Friday, May 11, to noon on Sat up to participate or donate. The American Lung Associa tion Fight for Air Run/Walk 2012 will be Saturday, May 12, at Har join in efforts for healthy air. Visit Rounding out the month is the eighth Annual Orlando Triathlon win. Register at epicsportsmar occurred in April including the Run for Her Life with proceeds a transitional home for women. In addition, Central Florida Walk like MADD was held. The fun, funds to emphasize the need for education and understanding of 2012 Great Strides 5K the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation had people enjoying the beautiful Another April event was the Annual Porch Sale A commu nity favorite with more than 200 residences participating, this year was no disappointment. Through this effort, 4,181 pounds of donations were collected to be sold in local retail stores, with the proceeds then used to fund vocational training for people in our community with barriers to employment. Based on averages, about 24 pounds of donations to provide services to one individual and the donations from this event will provide services to about 174 people in our local community. all about! Rounding out the month was Doggie Derby The thoroughbreds in the Ken during the Derby event in Baldwin Pantry Program, which provides food assistance to homeless stu dents during spring and summer temperatures before we move into the hot, dog days of summer and Susan Comisky is the community director of Baldwin Park. You can reach her at SComisky@BaldwinParkpoa.com Presented by: Supported by: Join the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce as we host our monthly breakfast program, featuring: Join the conversation as we welcome our local Fair Trade Town Steering Committee as they share how Winter Park is poised to become the first certified Fair Trade Town in the Southeast. Friday, May 11, 2012 7:45 a.m. Networking/ 8:15 a.m. Program WINTER PARK WELCOME CENTER 151 W. Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 A complimentary continental breakfast will be served. The event is free and open to the public. For information, call the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce at (407) 644-8281 or visit www.winterpark.org. 1101 Audubon Way, Maitland, FL Open: Tues-Sun. 10AM-4PM 407-644-0190You are invited to the Centers annual Baby Owl Shower! ANNUAL BABY OWL SHOWER SATURDAY, MAY 12, 2012, 10:00am-2:00pm Baldwin Park Talk BY SUSAN COMISKY CO MM UNITY DIRE C TOR HUG H F. MCKEAN PUBLIC L ECTURE The Morse Museum, in association with Rollins College, is pleased to present a public lecture by former FBI senior art crime investigator Robert K. Wittman. Thursday, May 10, 2012 7:30 p.m. John M. Tiedtke Concert Hall Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida Admission is free. Reception immediately following the lecture. Parking available in the SunTrust Parking Garage off of Park Avenue (accessed via Lyman or Comstock). For more information, call (407) 645-5311 or visit www.morsemuseum.org. PRIcelessHow One FBI Agent Went Undercover to Rescue the Worlds Stolen Treasures Robert K. Wittman has been called a living legend ( The Wall Street Journal ) and the most famous detective in the world ( London Times ). From an original copy of the Bill of Rights to a Rembrandt self-portrait, former FBI Special Agent Wittman helped to recover more than $300 million in stolen art and cultural property from around the world. His best-selling memoir was published in 2010. Much to do in May Doggie Derby

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Page 8 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Lifestyles HEALTH VALUES SUPPORTWINTER PARK YMCA | 407.644.1509 CROSBY YMCA | 407.644.3606 MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MORE $50OFF YOUR MEMBERSHIP FEES SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR TODAYWHEN YOU JOIN BY MAY 31 JOIN THE YAt the Y, membership gives you more. Access to 27 Family Centers where you can improve your health Discounts of up to 50% off youth sports and summer camps that build confidence and instill values in our kids The Y even provides financial assistance to support neighbors in need right in your own community. Today, do something that is good for your heart, good for your kids and good for your community, and a great value year round. Visit ymcacentralflorida.com and click on NEW THIS MONTH/MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MORE to learn the true value of a Y Membership.Connect with us: Summer camp directory WINTER PARK Y outh Leaders The Winter Park Chamber of Commerces Youth Leaders program helps foster lead ership within our community. Session top ics include team building, arts and culture, media and communications, law and gov ernment and a day for career exploration and mentoring. Sessions are June 18-22 and July 16-20. Call 407-644-8281 or visit TinyURL.com/3k4arhy MASA MASA (Math, Arts, and Science Achieve ment) Center for Gifted and Talented Youth programs offer students educational op portunities through hands-on activities and inquiry-based instruction. Sessions are June 11-18 and June 18-22 at Trinity Preparatory School. Visit masaorida.org FYAO Y outh Orchestra Come experience the Florida Young Artists Orchestra summer camp under the direc tion of conductor Dr. Alvaro Gomez. Camp is open to strings, woodwind, brass and percussion musicians ages 7-18, who can read music. Session is June 18-22 at Trinity Preparatory Schools campus. Cost is $250, with a $25 sibling discount. Extended day options available. Call 407257-8886 or visit fyao.org Breakthrough Theatre The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will hold a Summer Theater Camp for elementary and middle school students June 11-July 6. The camp runs Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit breakthroughtheatre.com YMCA Y camps, whether overnight, day or spe cialty camps, share one thing: theyre about discovery. Kids spend their days swimming, playing sports, learning posi tive character development, doing arts and crafts and going on eld trips. Visit ymcacentralorida.com Rollins College Rollins College summer camp programs combine hands-on activities with innova tive course content to create an educa tional camp experience. Each course pro vides in-depth subject exploration while maintaining a fun summer camp atmo sphere. Sessions are June 12-July 6, and July 9-Aug. 3. Visit rollins.edu/camp iD T ech Camp Held at Rollins College, iD Tech Camp let students learn rsthand how their hobbies can turn into potential careers. Campers ages 7-17 create iPhone apps, robots, video games, websites, C++ and Java programs, 3D animations, movies and more. Visit internalDrive.com Creald School of Art Crealds Summer ArtCamp, beginning Monday, June 11, offers kids ages 4-17 more than 20 classes in painting, draw ing, clay and ceramics, sculpture, tra ditional lm or digital photography, and printmaking. Contact 407-671-1886 or visit crealde.org Mead Garden Registration is open for this summers elementary, middle and high school camps. Early Bird discount registration for Mead Botanical Garden members and prior campers ends May 15. Enjoy some good old-fashioned summer fun at Mead Gardens Young Naturalist summer camp. Visit MeadGarden.org/Programs/MeadSummer-Camp Reading sessions University of Central Floridas Division of Continuing Education offers eight differ ent reading skills programs for ages 4 through adults. Prices vary by program level. An early summer session begins June 11, and a late session begins July 16. Programs meet in Orlando and Winter Park. Call 888-201-2448. MAITLAND City of Maitland Youth Summer Basketball Camps and Youth Summer Volleyball Clinics are planned at the Maitland Middle School gym. Youth Summer Tennis Camps are planned at Maitland Community Park. Call 407-539-0042 or 407-539-2830 or visit itsmymaitland.com Art & History Museums Maitland Childrens art classes: Ages 6-17, 9 a.m. 2 p.m. We offer three two-week ses sions: June 11 22, July 9 20 and July 23 Aug. 3. Classes meet three times per week. Choose from pottery, draw ing, painting, cartooning and more! Visit ArtandHistory.org Orlando Magic The Orlando Magic summer basketball camps offer more than 20 sessions with expert instruction and NBA excitement. Camps are held at the RDV Sportsplex and the Maitland JCC. Visit nba.com/magic/ magiccamps_index.html BALDWIN PARK Bright Horizons Open your child to discovery and explora tion with Our World Our Backyard, Bright Horizons signature summer program. The staff helps children discover science and explore nature, creative art and mu sic. Visit BrightHorizons.com Orlando Metro Gymnastics Orlando Metro offers Kidz Sports Day Camps with gymnastics, games, swim ming, arts and crafts, bounce houses and more. Camp features regular eld trips to the LB McLeod location for skateboarding and other local businesses. Fullor halfday sessions are available. Visit Orlando MetroGymnastics.com Baldwin Oaks Academy Baldwin Oaks Academy Summer Camp is enrolling ages 3-12. Each week features a different theme. Preschoolers take a Road Trip to the Four Corners of the Unit ed States. Camp hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cost is $160 per week, and extended care options are available. Contact 407647-0119 or visit BaldwinOA.com Creald Mead Garden For more information on these and an extended list of Central Florida summer camps, visit wpmobserver. com

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Page 9 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Family Calendar Moms receive a complimentary mimosa or glass of champagne Opening at 11am on Mothers Day Sunday, May 13640 S. Orlando Ave Maitland, FL 32751 Reservations accepted 407.637.2933SoNapa Grillewww.SoNapa.com Calendar MAY 3 Carol Stein is back by popular demand in her cabaret A Little Naughty Music at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 3, and Thurs day, May 17. Tickets are $20 and include a drink from the bar. Standing room tick ets are $10, with no drink included. Call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplay house.org MAY 4 The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will present the John Pielmeier drama, Agnes of God, May 4-14. The Break through Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. in Winter Park. Call 407920-4034. Date Night at Leu Gardens featuring Step Mom is Friday, May 4. It opens at 6 p.m. and movie time is 8:30 p.m., weather permitting. You may bring a dinner picnic basket. Alcohol is permitted. Garden ad mission is $5 plus tax for adults and $2 plus tax for children. Visit leugardens.org The Baldwin Park Merchants Association announced that it will debut its First Fri day Charity F estival along New Broad Street in the heart of downtown Baldwin Park on May 4, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Baldwin Park merchants will be offering live music, drink specials, free samples, interactive activities and much more. This months event will benet The Lost Pets Foundation. MAY 5 Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the Eden Bar crew. The bar opens at 11 a.m. with 2-for-1 Margaritas, $2 Corona specials and more. Make a day of it be there af ter 6 p.m. for dollar tacos and a chance to spin the Drinko-de-Mayo prize wheel! Wear a sombrero and get a free Jell-O shot! As the sun goes down, grab that sombrero and head to the lawn to enjoy a free screening of Once Upon a Time in Mexico, starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Johnny Depp. The Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America T ake Steps W alk is Saturday, May 5, at Lake Lily Park in Maitland. Visit cctakesteps.org The Third Annual Derby Jubilee and Auction is from 5 p.m. to midnight on Saturday, May 5, at Eastside Bistro, 3461 E. Colonial Drive, in Orlando. Its an eve ning that includes a delicious meal, Ken tucky Derby viewing, live music, dancing, a live auction and contests. Visit doggie derby.com On Saturday, May 5, Mercedes Benz of Orlando located on U.S. Highway 17-92 in Maitland will be the scene of the Jock eys, Juleps and Jazz Derby Celebration. From 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., gather to watch the running of the 138th Kentucky Derby. Single tickets at priced at $25 per person in advance or $285 for a table of eight guests. The event benets the Maitland Chamber of Commerce. MAY 6 Grab your sombrero, amigas and mucha chos Seis de Mayo is coming! JFS will host its spring fundraiser at 5 p.m. on May 6 at Cocina 214, the new authentic TexMex restaurant off Park Avenue in Winter Park. Monies raised from Seis de Mayo will benet JFS two pantries and various services. Individual tickets are $100, with sponsorships available. Register online a jfsorlando.org, email es.cohen@jfsorlan do.org or phone 407-644-7593, ext. 241. Fab Follies presents The Best of T imes at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the Mai tland Civic Center, 641 S. Maitland Ave. Call the box ofce at 407-647-2111. Arnold Bremans book launch party of Laughter in the Wings: A Memoir for Baby Boomers and Beyond! is at Mai tland Public Library at 1:30 p.m. on Sun MAY 3 WPHS 2012 Night on Broadway presents Les Miserables. Join the Winter Park High School Chorus for this years benet event, featuring a production of musical variety offering something for everyone. It will be held at 7:30 p.m. from May 3 through May 5 at the Ann Deringer Auditorium at Winter Park High School. Tickets are $15 with reserved seating. Email NO Btickets@aol.com for tickets. MAY 5 The Greater Orlando Doll Clubs 24th Annual Doll Show and Sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat urday, May 5, at the Maitland Civic Center, 641 S. Maitland Ave. Tickets are $4 and kids ages 12 and younger are free. MAY 7 Story T ime at Leu Gardens present ed by Nemours BrightStart! will take place Monday, May 7. Orange County Library Systems storytelling program comes to Leu Gardens the rst Mon day of each month, excluding holidays. Share stories and songs with your little one. This is a free indoor event. Times are: 10 to 10:15 a.m. for infants up to 18 months; 10:20 to 10:35 a.m. for toddlers, 18 months to 2 years old; and 10:40 to11 a.m. for preschoolers, 3 to 5 years old. MAY 10 Enzians Popcorn Flicks in Central Park will feature The Purple Rose of Cairo from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, May 10. Visit Enzian.org MAY 12 Maitland Movie in the Park on May 12 at 8:15 p.m. features The Adven tures of Tin Tin at Quinn Strong Park. Bring your blanket and chairs and we will bring you the stars. Food is avail able for purchase. MAY 13 Enzians Mothers Day Brunch & Screening of My Fair Lady is Sun day, May 13. Doors open and brunch is served at 10 a.m. Film starts at 11 a.m. The Enzian is at 1300 S. Orlando Ave., Maitland. Single admission is $35; children 12 and younger are $20. ONGOING The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) celebrates the residents of Mai tland throughout the entire month of May. Maitland residents receive free admission to the A&H Museums May 1-31 with proof of residence. Join your neighbors for Poetry Month at the Maitland Public Library. Fes tivities include contests for childrens poetry, through May 11, with the topic Its all about ME!! and for adult poetry, May 1-28, with the topic of Where I live! At 10:30 a.m. each Tuesday, the Mai tland Public Library hosts preschool story and craft time. At 10:30 a.m. each Thursday, it hosts baby time stories and activities. At 4 p.m. each Thursday, it hosts Reading Buddies for kindergarten through fth-grade. Call 407-647-7700. Orange County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services provides free meals to children during the summer. This summer, meals will be served at many locations including community partners, Monday through Friday at various times. Contact FSsummer@ ocps.net or dial 211. Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Please see CALENDAR on page 10 Free subs at new Jersey Mikes Jersey Mikes Subs will ofcially open its doors in Maitland on May 2. Fran chise owner Jeff Padgett will hold a grand opening and free sub fundraiser from Wednesday, May 2, to Friday, May 11. The new restaurant, located at 246 N. Orlando Ave., will circulate 10,000 coupons throughout the community, offering a free regular sub for a minimum $1 contribution to Hugz from Bugz. Cinco de Mayo at Cocina 214 COCINA|214 is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with a block party in downtown Winter Park. From noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, COCINA|214 will close a portion of Welbourne Avenue between Center Street and Knowles Avenue for the event. It is open to the public, and there is no cover charge. Call 407-790-7997 or visit cocina214.com Winter Park Sip The Winter Park Sip and Stroll, hosted by the Park Avenue Area Association and the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, will be held from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on May 3 at the corner of Morse Bou levard and Park Avenue. The cost is $30 per person in advance. Visit winterpark.org

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Page 10 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer day, May 6. Please register by the calling 407-647 -7700. The Central Florida W atercolor Society (CFWS) will hold its next monthly meet ing at 1:30 p.m. in Sunday, May 6, in the Marvel Building at the Maitland Art Cen ter, 231 W. Packwood Ave. The meeting is open to the public. You are invited to a reception honoring the work of artist Rebecca Eagan from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the University Club of Winter Park. Visit uni versityclubwinterpark.org for more infor mation or call 407-644-6149. MAY 7 Learn self defense from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 7 and May 10. Ages 14 and older are welcome. You must sign up to attend the class, which will be held at the Winter Park Police Department, 500 N. Virginia Ave. Contact Ofcer Lina Strube at 407599-3664 or lstrube@cityofwinterpark. org Monday mornings at 11 a.m. at the Win ter Park Community Center, a 50-minute Deep Stretch Y oga class is great for beginners. Classes are drop in and cost $8. Contact the yoga instructor at 407276-3478 or the Winter Park Community Center at 407-599-3275 for additional details. MAY 10 The Jewish Pavilion will be hosting a free workshop on Brain Healthy Living at Serenades by Sonata at at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 10, at 425 Ronald Rea gan Blvd. in Longwood. RSVP is needed so Serenades can plan for nice refresh ments. Call 407-678-9363 or email wen dylevine@jewishpavilion.org Come see W eathering the Storm: Na tive Resistance to the Expansion of the European and American States by Nathan Lawres. This presentation, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 10, at Leu Gardens is free and open to the public. For more information contact Kevin Gidusko at kagidusko@hotmail.com or 321-9483994. ONGOING The Winter Park F armers Market is held from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. It is located at the old train depot, at 200 W. New England Ave. For more information, visit CityofWinterPark.org The Maitland F armers Market is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday. It is located at Lake Lily Park. For more information, visit ItsMyMaitland.com or call 407-5396268. Food T ruck Caf is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Wednesday at Lake Lily Park in Mai tland. The Winter Park Food T ruck Stop is lo cated at 1127 N. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park, and is open for food trucks 24/7. Follow the site on Facebook at tinyurl. com/FoodTruckStop. Music at the Casa is a free weekly open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, at 656 N. Park Ave. in Winter Park. Visit CasaFeliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3. The second Friday of every month, lo cal residents will have the opportunity to meet the artists, enjoy live music and performances, while experiencing art and culture at the Maitland Chamber of Commerce Contact msimmons@mait landchamber.com The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) exhibition, Borders of Paradise: The New W orld in the Eyes of the Ex plorers has been extended through May 6. Call 407-539-2181 or visit Artan dHistory.org RNR Registered Nurses Retired meets the third Wednesday of month at Dennys at 440 S. Semeron Blvd., Orlando for charitable works, educational offerings, fellowship and support. Call 407-2811527. The Winter Park Playhouse proudly pres ents the hit Broadway musical Baby through May 12. Performances are at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays, at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturdays, at 2 p.m. select Sun days (May 6), and at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 10. Tickets are $38 for evening shows, $35 senior evening shows, $28 for mati nees and $20 for industry professionals and students. Call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org The Central Florida Watercolor Society will exhibit members works in W atercolor Impressions, which takes place April 24 to July 15 at the Garden House Gallery in Leu Gardens, 1920 N. Forest Ave. in Or lando. Regular hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Visit centraloridawatercolor.org Visit wpmobserver.com/events for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Seminole County 14 th Annual Boy Scout Golden Eagle Dinner (le to right) Lee Corso-ESPN, Seminole County Sheri Don Eslinger, Randy Steil-Boy Scout District Director, Boy Scout Dalton Doyle, Rich Guidotti-AT&T Vice President/General Manager and Seminole County Chairman Brenda Carey. Metro/Orlando Annual Boy Scout Golden Eagle Dinner (le to right) Ron Oats-Boy Scouts Executive Director/CEO, Harold Mills-ZeroChaos CEO, Orange County Superintendent Ronald Blocker, Mrs. Gloria Blocker, Boy Scout Dalton Doyle, Council President Bill Sublette, Mayor Teresa Jacobs and Orange County Sheri Jerry Demings Spin On Cancer is a unique fundraising event this summer where 100% of the money collected will go towards cancer research. The event is vinylthemed and we need artists who are not afraid to create pieces of art utilizing vinyl records. We supply the vinyl, you supply the time and effort to make the pieces. Your art will be sold via silent auction and 100% of the proceeds will go to cancer research!COMMITMENT DEADLINE: Monday, May 14, 2012COMMITMENT FORM: TinyURL.com/ SpinOnCancer2012ART COMPLETION DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2012 SpinOnCancer.WordPress.com Facebook.com/SpinOnCancer SpinOnCancer@gmail.com CALENDAR C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 Fit for the Fourth blog See how Sarah Grafton did on Week 2 of her 60-day get-t challenge. Scan this QR code with your smart phone or visit wpmobserver.com

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Page 11 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Senior Observer He sits at his computer and the words the microphone without a hitch. Then he cues the music, a wailing saxophone, heavy Douglas, and his mission is to bring the I want to do what I believe Ive been people are not going to die, theyre not go Douglas, 69, does that with his Old and Thursday for 90 minutes, all from the has been podcasting for about 16 years, but And hes been pretty successful so far. He said hes got 850,000 listeners from all over the U.S. and the world everywhere New Zealand. His collection boasts more than 100,000 songs, all of which he has pur chased the rights to play, and many he digi tized over a two-year span from his own collection of records and 45s. A space to ll Douglas began the podcast because he dio. Radio broadcasters had forgotten all about the golden oldies the real begin ning the music of the s. Beatles, he said with disdain. So he set out to create a show to feature the tunes from his past. Always a teacher Douglas spent his last eight years in the ridge Middle School in Orlando his pod casts are intertwined with history lessons. Hell tell about a songs artist, where it came from, and many times, how hes even met the singer. He is from the NY area and was part insight into his shows, said listener Jim today, his personal experience is what from Alan Freed, the father and inventor of ited as someone who helped desegregation agers with the music he played. Douglas all inspired by the natural style of his men tor, Freed, he said. Educating listeners This is a chance here for education, And not only does he educate listeners who happen upon his podcast, but he still tener of Douglas, Bruce Marianelli, is a pro n roll class at a college in Pennsylvania. He for his students. They are required to listen to his shows, and they spend time calling and emailing him with questions. The man is so willing to share his and the relations thats hes had with some music, and thats unique today, Marianelli said. It brings it to a whole new genera tion. Thats one reason Douglas continues new interest in the music he loves, especial ly with younger listeners. Thats so thrilling to me that people at that age are going to learn about this music and care about it, he said. Bringing back memories But its also for his generation. Moments can be relived through familiar songs, and for people who were teenagers in the s this music was so important. For listener many songs represent the start of their life, and they listen to the podcasts together. I have somebody to share this music days when we were carefree and falling in love. alive, Marianelli said. ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage S S S S S S S S S S Signature property of S Signature property of S S Savannah Court and Cottageof Oviedo S S S Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss.www.savannahcourtoviedo.com395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765407-977-8786 S S S www.savannahcourtoviedo.com S S You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Lee Douglas podcast Old T ime Rock n Roll features s and s music he says has fallen off the airwaves. A Winter Park resident is bringing rock n roll classics back on the air with his internet podcast Old Time Rock n Roll BRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff Listen to Lee Douglas podcast Old Time Rock n Roll every Sunday and Thursday at www. talkshoe.com/tc/2668. You can access them anytime or download them from iTunes to your iPod for listening on the go.

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Page 12 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Economic doom and gloom continue to dominate headlines, and there is no denying the in recent years. These factors can be discouraging for people approaching retirement. People, especially baby boomers who are years, are searching for credible advice on what they should do. A recent survey by the Em revealed that only 14 percent will have enough money to live comfortably in retirement. Sixty have household savings and in vestments of less than $25,000. But it is still possible to plan for a successful retirement by fol lowing three important strategies. W ork longer retiring as soon as possible, and probably doesnt sound appeal ing for many. Youve probably heard the saying If you love what you do, get paid for doing what you love, thats the best of all worlds. But retirement assets. And you dont have to stay in time. Even part-time or seasonal deplete retirement assets. Increase your savings For 2012, retirement plan participants may contribute up to $17,000 to an employersponsored retirement plan. Those additional $5,500 catch-up contri bution. you can afford to contribute, contributions come out before taxes are assessed. Live more efciently coming more comfortable, not tightening our belts. But consider whether you can trim expenses while still enjoying life. Here are some suggestions: two. rants. use regularly. you pay someone else to do. you will enjoy the golden years of your life. Ray White Jr. is a senior vice president of PNC Wealth Management and leads those efforts for Central Florida. He can be reached at raymond.white@pnc.com St. Dorothy Catholic CommunityLove Without Judgment where ALL are welcome301 New England Avenue Mass: Sundays@11:00AM www.stdorothycatholiccommunity.org SAINT DOROTHY CATHOLIC COMMUNITY IS A PROGRESSIVE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY (Respectfully not associated with the Diocese of Orlando) WHERE ALL ARE WELCOME! We have continued the reformed true Catholic Tradition in the Spirit of Vatican Council II! Are you divorced, gay, a recovering Catholic, feeling disenfranchised by your present worshiping community of whatever denomination, looking for a small worshipping community where you are known and not lost in the crowd? Then you have found what you are looking for in St. Dorothy Catholic Community! Legends Join the Winter Park Ch amber of Commerce for Leadership Legends 2012! This five-week program is an opportunity to engage, connect and educate our older adults, as well as, capture their passion and experience to tackle community issues affecting Winter Park. Class members participate in educational sessi ons, tours and candid conversations with community leaders. Topics such as government, the history of our City, health and wellness, education and the arts will be explored with a back stage pass to Winter Park. The curriculum not only encourages active living life-long learning and participation in our community, it also enables our older adul ts to share their wisdom, knowledge and experiences. Leadership Legends 2012 Session Dates Welcome Retreat & Reception Wednesday, May 16; 3:30 p.m. Leadership Winter Park Luncheon Thursday, May 17; 11:30 a.m. Historical Winter Park Wednesday, May 23; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Our Town Wednesday, May 30; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Health & Wellness Wednesday, June 6; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Education & Culture Wednesday, June 13; 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Requirements: 60 years of age or older Fees: $125, includes all activities, lunches and transportation (scholarships available) Registration: May 11, 2012 For more information on Leadership Legends contact: Patrick Chapin at (407) 644-8281 or email pchapin@winterpark.org Program supported by: Winter Park Chamber of Commerce 151 W. Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 Ph: (407) 644-8281 www.winterpark.org Dont be left out in the cold during retirement RAY WHITE JR. Guest Writer

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Page 13 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer I am a soon to be 78-year-old man who has been a runner for more than 30 years. be writing this column. My father died my brother at age 62. I carry the additional baggage of a high cholesterol level. gift of life a tad more than most people. to a running regimen in my early 40s, and here to tell my story. I have come to face the fact that every one is aging and that there is a danger that older people who have put years into stay slow down. So I came up with the idea of sharing my experiences and encouraging runners to hang in there as they age. Also, I see this as a way to give younger runners (and at my age most of them are younger) a heads-up and positive attitude about the inevitable decline in performance we all face. The message can be summed up with a saying I recently came upon: Life is not about waiting for the rain to Mother Nature quietly and inexorably cal certitude that we lose ground as we age. Running literature doesnt do much beset in the press with the superhuman performance of aged runners achieving slower and slower. Not only that, I am at the age where the decline accelerates. now under my belt, I bless the day I made the decision to pursue a running regimen. Over the past 30 years, I have run in more than 30 countries on four continents and have built a treasure trove of memories. themselves, and my career as a corporate Aging runners are already in a very good place. Most are in the 30-percent category of the U.S. population who are not overweight. They also are statistically in a very good place health-wise. Even though the majority of runners may never have heard of the Stanford University School of Medicines 20-plus-year study of runners then 50 years old (now more than 70 years old), they are destined to live longer, healthier and more productive lives. Twenty years later the study found die early deaths and that initial disabilities occurred six years later in runners, and they had fewer deaths from other diseases. Furthermore, running is not harmful to the legs. Another valuable study was done by the Furman Institute on the physiology of aging and the appropriate responses to what happens as we age. Yes, we will get Furman study is that it describes what is happening as we age and what we can do nective tissues deteriorate and energy declines. So we runners lose speed, stride length grows shorter and we lose stamina. The Furman study provides advice on how to minimize the effects and to adjust our goals. In short, it provides a blueprint to hang in there and live a realistic and happy running life for a long time. round slows down long before it stops, and that this process starts in our 40s and possibility of eternal happiness. You are invited to attend a presentation on running by Jack Gallagher on Thursday, May 31, at 7 p.m. at St. Margaret Mary Parish Center on Park Avenue. Admission is free, but those wishing to make a donation are requested to make checks payable to Saint Margaret Mary/ Haiti Ministry. RSVP to Jack at gallagher.consulting@earthlink.net YOUR OWN HOME. YOUR OWN YARD. YOUR OWN LONG TERM CARE PL AN. [ why wait? ]8 8 1 4 1 P R AD WPO 5/2012 Winter Pa rk's Distinctive R etir ement Community www.themayf lower .com 1620 Mayf lower Court Winter Park, FL 32792 Whats your plan for the future? Call today, and lets talk about it: 407.672.1620. The Mayf lower. Smart. Secure. And Spectacular.Imagine a time in your life when you have the freedom to do exactly as you please. Relax ... revitalize ... reinvent ... renew. And, then imagine a place where you can do all that on your terms and still have the complete peace of mind that comes only with the guarantee of comprehensive continuing care. That place ... is The Mayower the gold standard for retirement communities in Central Florida. Here, you have the freedom and exibility to customize your home and your retirement lifestyle to make them uniquely yours. And while youre doing that, youll also have the guarantee of pre-funded long-term care in our Gold Seal Health Center. Thats what prompted residents like Ernie and Ann Cross to plan ahead and proactively make the move ... because they wanted to, not because they needed to. How about you?WINNER: ICAA INDUSTRY INNOVATOR AWARDFor The Mayf lower/Rollins College Lifelong Learning Program MAY 841 Cross WPO Ad.indd 1 3/16/12 9:35 AM Hours: M-F 8am to 4:30pm 2315 Lee Road Winter Park, Florida 32789 Your Guiding Beacon for Quality Healthcare Harbour Private Duty Nursing, LLCSkilled Nursing Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Companionship Home Health Aid Homemaking Flexible Schedules Free RN Assessments The Services of Harbour Private Duty Nursing provide peace of mind to loved ones, trust ofcers, guardians and physicians. Our professional team prides itself on making your life easier. We also provide in-hospital private duty care, which offers close, personal attention and reassurance in an unfamiliar and often frightening environment. Our ofce hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Our professional team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. During hours when the ofce is closed and during the weekends and holidays, the on-call coordinator is available by telephone 24 hours per day.www.HarbourPrivateDutyNursing.com License # 299991382phone (407) 895-8188 fax 407-895-9339 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 Running at your age JACK GALLAGHER Guest Writer PHOTO COURTESY OF JACK GALLAGHER Jack Gallager, at right, 77, has logged 30,000 miles.

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Page 16 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer MAY 2&3 Senior Expo at the Central Florida Fair grounds: The annual Senior Expo is 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 2-3 at 4603 W. Colo nial Drive in Orlando. A free Olive Garden lunch is available for the rst 500 people each day. Free admission. The Orange County Retired Educators Association will have their Annual Spring Luncheon at noon on Thursday, May 3, at College Park United Methodist Church, 644 W. Princeton St., in Orlando. Its $14. For reservations, call 407-644-7092. MAY 5 An AARP Driver Safety Program will be held 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, at the Plymouth Apartments, 1550 Gay Road, in Winter Park. The program helps participants rene driving skills and de velop safe driving habits. Upon comple tion of the course, Florida drivers 50 or older will be eligible for vehicle insurance discounts. Registration is required. Cost is $12 for AARP members, $14 for nonmembers. Call 1-888-227-7669 or go to www.aarp.org/drive MAY 9 Want to communicate better with elders? Take a 90-minute hands-on senior sen sitivity class and personally experience some of the most common health con cerns of elders, including hearing loss, limited vision and arthritis. Its from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on May 9 at the downtown Orlando Public Library, in the third oor Albertson Room. To RSVP, call 407-8357481. MAY 10 The Jewish Pavilion will be hosting a free workshop on Brain Healthy Living at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 10, at Serenades by Sonata, 425 Ronald Reagan Blvd., in Longwood. Brenda Nieman, a certied Al zheimers disease trainer, will address the group. The workshop is open to the entire community, but an RSVP is needed so Serenades can plan for refreshments. Call 407-678-9363 or email wendylevine@ jewishpavilion.org MAY 17 Tips on being a savvy health advocate will be presented by Betsy McKeeby, RN, Parish Nurse at First United Methodist of Winter Park at 12:10 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, at the downtown Orlando Library, 101 E. Central Blvd, third oor Albertson Room. Parish nurses act as health coun selors, educators, community resource liaisons and integrators of faith and heal ing. To RSVP, send an email to OfceonAg ing@oc.net or call 407-836-7446. MAY 31 You are invited to attend a presentation on running by Jack Gallagher on Thursday, May 31, at 7 p.m. at St. Margaret Mary Parish Center on Park Avenue. Jack will turn 78 in a few months and has been participating in the local running scene since 1987. Admission is free, but those wishing to make a donation are requested to make checks payable to Saint Marga ret Mary/ Haiti Ministry. RSVP to Jack at gallagher.consulting@earthlink.net JUNE 1 Orange Countys annual hurricane expo is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 1, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 2 at the Fashion Square Mall. You can talk directly with state, na tional and local disaster planning staff to learn how you can prepare. JUNE 4 Join volunteers and friends of the Jew ish Pavilion for a free workshop on Body Language at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 4, at Horizon Bay; 217 Boston Ave., Al tamonte Springs. For more information contact info@jewishpavilion.org or call 407-678-9363. Please RSVP. MAITLAND SENIOR CENTER The Maitland Senior Center is located at 345 S. Maitland Ave. The schedule is sub ject to change without notice. Call 407539-6251 or visit itsmymaitland.com Free phones for the hearing impaired! Please join us on Tuesday, May 22, from 9 a.m. to noon to see if you are eligible for a free phone for your home. Join us at 12:45 p.m. on Thursday, May 17, for Bunko! Come play for fun and win prizes. AARP Driver Safety program The next class is on June 13. Certicate of comple tion is good for a possible car insurance discount, renewable every three years. Cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for non-members. Class is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Please bring a lunch. Make checks or money orders payable to AARP; no cash is accepted. Call 407-539-6251 to reserve a seat in the class. Seating is lim ited to 10 people. Join Audrey every Tuesday in May at 10:30 a.m. for Line Dance Lessons. Class is 90 minutes and perfect for both begin ner and intermediate dancers. Cost of the class is $4 to the teacher. Join us every Monday and Friday in May at 1 p.m. to see your favorite movies! Check our calendar online to see what movies are showing in May. Join John every Monday, Thursday and Friday in May at 9 a.m. for Yoga. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your own mat. Cost of the class is $2 to the teacher. Join our Knit & Crochet group every Mon day in May at 10 a.m. Bring your current project and have some fun! Join us every Monday in May at 1 p.m. for our Conversational French group. Spend some time chatting with others and mak ing new friends. Must be uent in French to participate. Join Esther every Tuesday in May at 9 a.m. for Tai Chi classes. Cost of the class is $2 to the teacher. Join us every Tuesday in May at 1 p.m. for our Conversational Spanish group. Spend some time chatting with others and mak ing new friends. Must be uent in Spanish to participate. Join Donna every Thursday in May at 11:30 a.m. for Chair Yoga. Cost of the class is a $2 donation to the teacher. Join Ann every Friday in May for Recorder classes. Beginning classes are held at 12:30 p.m. and intermediate classes are held at 1 p.m. Lessons are free. Please call the Senior Center at 407-539-6251 for specics on this class. The Maitland Senior Center presents a program for elders on the second Friday of the month that is staffed by counselors from S.H.I.N.E. (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders). FROM THE ORANGE COUNTY COMMISSION ON AGING MAY NEWSLETTER Cool website Check out this national portal to informa tion, tools and resources to assist elders during all types of natural disasters: cdc. gov/aging/emergency New agency On April 16, the U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services established the Adminis tration for Community Living that created a single agency with the goal of increas ing access to community support systems and full participation, while focusing at tention and resources on the unique needs of older Americans and people with disabilities. Visit hhs.gov/acl Older driver safety The Hartford has a web page focused on older driver safety that includes online assessments, publications and tools on driving safely. 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Page 17 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer May 4 to 14 The Agonies of Agnes of God John Pielmeier drama, Agnes of who gives birth and insists the child was the result of a virgin conception. A psychiatrist and the mother superior of the convent clash during the resulting inves tigation. The play, which opened on Broadway in 1982, has pro Americas greatest actresses from Burns and Jenny Ornstein at the Call 407-920-4034. May 6 The Florida Symphony Y outh Orchestra hear) the extraordinary job done by the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra in bringing together young musicians to provide a real orchestral experience for these talented young people, while providing inexpensive con certs for the community. FSYOs 55th Concert Season Finale will be held at 4 p.m. on May 6 at Freedom High School. Featuring four youth orchestras, the concert be purchased at the door, or on line through redchairproject.com. Visit fsyo.org May 6 F ab Follies The Fab Follies, a Vegasstyle song and dance troupe, is comprised of 30 extremely tal ented guys and gals each of a certain age. But you will never determine their real ages based ing that goes on in this show. Their new show The Best of Times, is a musical extravaganza even more talent and glitz. The show will be presented at 3 p.m. on May 6 at the Maitland Civic Center. Call 407-647-2111. May 10 Art Thieves Beware called a living legend by the famous detective in the world by the London Times. Former FBI recover more than $300 mil lion in stolen art from around a best-selling memoir about his of his undercover sleuthing at the Morse Museums Hugh McKean Public Lecture. The lecture will Concert Hall at Rollins College. Admission is free. A reception, open to the public, follows the lecture. Visit morsemuseum.org May 10 and 11 Honoring Our Soldiers in Song Brand new musicals dont come along often, and Ronald Owens new Requiem for a Young Man promises a unique stage experience accompanied by a live orchestra. Requiem combines elements of opera, ballet and musical theatre into of a young man who falls in love, answers his countrys call to serve, and leaves family and Requiem will be offered in two performances only at Valencia Colleges East Campus on May 10 and May 11 at 7:30 p.m. Call 407-679-9654 or visit Requiem ForAYoungMan.com May 11 to Sept. 1 Oh, the stories they will tell Elders from one of our coun trys oldest African-American townships will tell their stories of a group of men and women, ages 85 to 106, share their experiences are part of The Sage Project: Hannibal Square Elders Tell Their Stories, hosted by the Hannibal Square Heritage Center from May 11 to Sept. 1 in partnership with ciation. An opening reception, in which the elders will be honored, is scheduled for May 11 from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 407-539-2680 or visit crealde.org or hannibalsquare heritagecenter.org Now through May 31 Maitlands museums free (to Maitland residents) In a too good to refuse offer the Art & History Museums Maitland is offering free museum admission from May 1 to 31 to Maitland residents. The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) includes The Historical Museum and the house Residence Museum and Carpentry Shop Museum at 820 information, call 407-539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory.org 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. Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH O RLANDO A VE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.E NZIAN.ORG Academy A ward Nominee! MONSIEUR LAZHAR Fri.-Sun. 4:00, 6:30, & 9:00 Mon. 6:30 & 9:00 T ues. 6:30 Wed.-Thurs. 6:30 & 9:00 Cinco de Mayo Party Eden Bar Sat. 6:00 Festivities begin 8:00 or Sunset ONCE UPON A TIME IN MEXICO FREE Wednesday Night Pitcher Show FRIDA Y Wed. 8:00 or Sunset On the lawn at Eden Bar FREE Cult Classics: Marx Brothers ANIMAL CRACKERS T ues. 9:30 Only $5 The Sage Project Florida Symphony Y outh Orchestra Y outh play in their nale concert

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Page 18 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Opinions Im going to admit something column at other points in my life, but I have especially big hopes much about me, thats to let you is meant to be about you, about our neighbors, about the wonder ful community we are fortunate to call home. a blog for a while. Alas, when youre a CEO Chief Every made and that was one thing that was a bit too much too soon, and it got sidelined. I regretted that because it was at a time when Id just concluded two wonderful interviews, which now seem the this new effort will be about. visited the city. I thought it must be an exclusive club, some place you must pay a steep member ship to enjoy. I LUV that that is not the case, that its most often open to anyone and everyone. I LUV old homes for their char acter, the stories they tell. Not all older homes can or should be saved, but when one such as Casa Feliz is saved, when its the community coming together that says a lot about that community. It says a lot thats good. a little dance. That it was created with stories in place such as proves the genius behind its design had a similar perspective. That it was nearly lost before a community came together on its behalf, endured all required to move it across the street that is now its best story. which people often spend their entire lives, or only leave to re turn later. You read a lot of stories about communities that must them to stay. Here, the commu nity itself is incentive enough. I sometimes wonder what it would and feel a bit jealous of those who did. to set the stage for what I hope is just such a resident. Im not about Matt Anderson and his having dinner at Hannibals, I of a shirt. The result was order ing what was the absolute best mojito Ive ever had. This from a rosemary and lavender spirit. No, I thought the story of a guy who started a spirits company out of a tub in his garage sound was one of the most serious and used about 20-somethings once you get over 40 Id ever met. He explained to me how hed among hundreds and hundreds. Casa Feliz and Matt Anderson may have never appeared togeth er in the same sentence. But for me, they are roughly two ends of a spectrum of individuals, groups and other entities Ive begun charming community it is, and that we all enjoy. ing new neighbors, hearing your is going to be fun. Pretty sure Im gonna LUV it. Clyde Moore operates local sites ILUVWinterPark.com, ILUVParkAve.com and LUVMyRate.com, and aims to help local businesses promote themselves for free and help save them money, having some fun along the way. Email him at iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net or write to ILuv Winter Park on Facebook or Twitter. W ant to submit a guest column? Send your pitch to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Clyde Moore I LUV Winter Park Hello, Winter Park! T ax hikes rooted in envy proximately 50 percent of all of the federal income tax in the United that the rich arent paying their est among us will do anything they can to avoid contributing to the nec essary good, (In Buffeting a move for fairer taxes published April 19) the correct statement should the federal income tax, they will do almost anything to avoid paying it all. Moreover, having half the citi zens paying no federal income tax is to vote for politicians who will raise someone else, but not on them. At the core, almost all calls to increase taxes on someone else, (but not on yourself) are rooted in envy. last decade with respect to newspa per circulation, there must be a lot of envy developing on newspaper editorial boards. Jeffry R. Jontz Winter Park T ree photo misleading Regarding the Observers story V-shape trees cause an uproar, commissioner and perhaps a citizen Hall familiar with the issue and determined the following: First, it should be noted that the picture shown at the top of the article, which residents by a single commissioner, is of a tree that a trained arborist had determined was a compromised tree for health, mortality or safety and was scheduled to be cut down This was not a healthy tree with a bad trim job. Second, it is misleading to send this picture with the mes sage that its an example of the citys practice for pruning trees. It was cut be easier to fell when the Forestry practice of sending photos of trees that are not genuine representations of the citys pruning practices is disingenuous and designed only to incite politically motivated agendas. with a single call to the city manager, as Commissioner Carolyn Cooper lated in this manner. Third, if we are to believe that open and transpar ent communication from an elected discouraged from participating in good government, they should not hesitate sending out an email to the same email list as before indicating that the information sent over the internet and to the media was found to be an inaccurate representation. All in all, it reminds me of a Ronald Reagan quote from one of his presidential debates There you concerned citizens questioning what happened to the trees and wonder ing if its a prelude to more drastic measures in the future, but instead titude of addressing the problem, instead (if you read the blog com ments) there seems to be a desire, to quote a line from the Blues Brothers for safety when the results are as appalling as those poor specimens circulated in this newspaper and by selves every day. If theres any virtue to the citys draconian tree-trimming policy, its that it has brought together many citizens who do not always see eye-to-eye on develop ment issues, such as building size, I wonder which supposedly nonexistent group of citizens has been election cycles. Can you say Carlisle, tion mailer campaign violation? dj vu all over again, and in the end, There they go again! Ed Sabori Winter Park Letters to the editor Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com King Features Weekly ServiceApril 30, 2012 King Features Weekly ServiceApril 30, 2012

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Page 19 Thursday, May 3, 2012 Winter Park / Maitland Observer Chris Jepson Perspectives Louis Roney Play On! animal. Its just as well he didnt go into any more detail. report that the government may be con sidering releasing all of our heretofore private health history to public scrutiny. to such privacy invasion? off shell casing. On the ball are the auto graphs of every player on the U.S. Naval Academy football team on which our friends son playeda team that never lost to Army in four years. which to live has been described as benign despotism. Many a person has benign, but plenty despotic. classes as great art, and at the same time graphic? nounced to the world on TV that you, Mr. Obama, who have never held a civilian job! Sure, were the lazy guys who saved Europe from the Nazis and have fed whoever was hungry around the world for years. No good deed goes House. gram that is live theater she has the news items a compelling treat. Monica calls Obama a full-frontal Socialist. accurately? Its getting harder and Crowley avers that all the Obama pala ver is actually aimed at our middle class that are affected by political actions. rules (to favor themselves). One hears that Nancy Pelosis worth went up more than 20 percent this year. Did yours? a raunchy moralist. She explains that her being married or single at the time determines which description suits her. demanded a decrease in spending, debt of public funds on everything left and more left is increasing our national debt exponentially, and denying the mandate of U.S. voters. For every $100 he spends, $41 is added to the national debt, and increasing the interest we must pay. what Obama has been shoveling lately, we could fuel the whole 21st century. Eric Ericson, Daily Events 2/24/12 which people rise to the level of incom administration, you refuse to recognize your incompetence and blame others when things go wrong. Further, The and provide decent returns to inves tors concepts foreign to this president who is more interested in redistributing creeping Socialism and industrial policy About Roney: Harvard42Distinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) I have a number of friends, intelligent all, who are quite dumb about democ state extends to the voting booth. That incorporated into public policy are wrong and that such advocacy/implementation undermines the nation. Arguably, certain religious values do undercut individual rights (freedom) but, hey, majority rules, yes? If the brain dead, say, of Tennes see want creationism taught in the public schools and elect a majority of state representatives of that persuasion (Republicans) to achieve that objective and actually do so, how is that not pure democracy in action? Salute it. Actually, Tennessee is, perhaps, the perfect example that evolution is not a a motto of America at Its Best would have moved on from the embarrassing Evidence is being offered that certain have evolved more in the past 87 years since the Trial, than todays typical state the Tennessee legislature. I argueand defy anyone to offer a more eloquent defensethat the ignorant and the stupid have just as much right to the uninformed vote in large numbers, America inevitably ends up at war, oh, in Iraq or cutting preventative healthcare for women. do have something in common with an must surely loveum all because He made so many of us. NO, I pose the following cerned with the course of our democracy. In the presidential election of 2000 it be came crystal clear that not every vote was equal the candidate with the most votes equal one vote. Some votes in America are worth more than other votes. And that undeniable fact is best il ing question: Are ALL voters equal? two typical voters have the same op thing. America, from its inception, interests. I get that. I understand the phil osophical and historical underpinnings of our democracy. But what has happened with the 2010 Supreme Court Citizens United decision is that the individual invest in buying his legislator (to secure ablythan the average Joe Schmoe voter. Oh, you say, that has always been the case. I do not disagree. All voters are not equal. Does it then follow that the berrich should receive, carte blanche, our ap proval as they purchase our government? Citizens United has unequivocally illuminated, for all to clearly see, who owns America part the curtains (we of equality within the voting booth. It is unnecessary. The emperor has no clothes. barrel. The redcoats are coming! The redcoats are coming! Danger, Will Robinson! Indeed. you? 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.US Speak dawg T ake a note Heres an equation thats simple to solve. This year, Americas graduating still hasnt recovered to pre-recession individuals in science, technology, engineer ing and math (STEM) careers grew three times faster than those for non-STEM jobs in the last 10 years, according to the Department of Commerce. Crunch the num bers and the answer provide students with the opportunities and tools to pursue these careers which pay, on average, 26 percent more than non-STEM occupations. Moreover, we cant afford not to because generating these ideas, companies and industries is the only way to compete in a globalized, Yet by many accounts, the U.S. is lag ging behind its counterparts in terms of STEM education. Equally concerning is STEM educational programs and career can Americans are woefully underrepresented in areas such as computer physical sciences. The problem has several sources, including an inadequate educa tional foundation during middle and high lege and low awareness of STEM-related careers. Simply put, were missing out on a otherwise lead promising careers and propel our nation into the future. Thats where the STEM Pipeline Program comes in. Recently launched by the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Sanford-Burnham Research Institute at this collaborative partnership of private the interest of minorities in science-related Schools to identify promising candidates, the program will provide students with re sources at every aspect of the educational pipeline including hands-on experience in lab research, mentoring opportunities and career counseling. STEM professionals will visit classrooms to inspire and engage a four-year scholarship toward a STEM major removing a major hurdle to a col lege education. The scholarship includes paid internships for four summers at Sanford-Burnham, one of the nations lead ing organizations dedicated to furthering the understanding of health and disease. sense. It not only directly addresses the provides an advantage to talented students who otherwise wouldnt have considered these options. And, as technology contin ues to pervade daily life and restructures force not just mathematicians and scientists. The initiative is about more than simply about igniting passion in young men and careers. Its about telling them, You have the intelligence and drive to accomplish great things. Thats a message too many students have never heard before. And its one that can change the course of their lives. both for the U.S. among its global competi tors, and for minorities who deserve this a tangible investment in the students who will lead us into the future. The STEM Pipeline Program is an initiative whose time has come and I couldnt be more proud to be involved. Sherry Paramore is area development director for UNCF. For more information on the STEM Pipeline Program, or to nd out how to become involved, contact her at 407-896-6940. Invest in STEM education for minorities SHERRY PARAMORE Guest Writer Sherry Paramore Dr. Cedric Bright, National Medical Association; Dr. Layton Smith, Sanford-Burnham

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