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Title: Winter Park-Maitland observer
Alternate title: Winter Park Maitland observer
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 44 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: G.J.W. Munster
Place of Publication: Winter Park FL
Publication Date: 07-19-2012
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Winter Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Maitland (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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OBSERVER EXCLUSIVE: The East India Ice Cream Co. is alive and well on the Avenue just in a new form.Page 14Clyde Moore LifestylesWinter Park Cheer Athletics is expanding its programs thanks to a new gym, which is three times larger.Page 9 Healthy LivingWinter Park studio offers dance classes for students with Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy.Page 11 CalendarHob nob with candidates at the Winter Park Political Mingle on Monday, July 23, at the Civic Center.Page 7 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 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 Cottam Dr. Ross Wheeler Sealing City HallSouth Park rezoning vote July 23Class teaches women how to ght backNo! Stop! Get away! Help! Chocolate milk! It doesnt matter what you yell, it just matters that you do, says Win zalez. Gonzalez stands in front of a room of women in Winter Park Po lice Department headquarters as each of them takes a turn simulta comes to mind, as they palm strike a resistance pad she holds. Again, she says, it doesnt mat ter where you imagine yourself striking an attacker, just that you do. But, the nose, eyes, ears, chin and groin, she advises, are all rela Visualize yourself driving your hand through their body, she says, demonstrating the move, her palm striking the pad with an echoing smack. And always keep your hands up protect your face. The women stand in warning stance, dominant foot angled onestep back, weight evenly distribut ed, as they yell and strike the pad following her example. In practice, they giggle over how foolish they feel, a normal response, Gonza lez says, as this isnt meant to feel natural. But the reality of what and why these women are learn ing these skills couldnt be further from funny. If an attacker approaches you, Fast food may have been shot down on Park Avenue, but govern ings could be coming if a proposed change gets the green light from the City Commission on Monday. May to the citys zoning codes for Park Avenue. One would allow any restaurant to be located on Park Av enue south of Comstock Avenue. The second would grant permitted use to any of more than a dozen to operate at street level alongside dining. Currently such businesses are relegated to upper levels. At least one resident is con cerned about how quietly changes were proposed. The Planning and Zoning Board meetings time and date were changed at the last min ute, resident Sally Flynn said. The meetings original scheduled time was 7 p.m. July 3, but it was can celed and the only notice given of a rescheduling happened July 2 on another calendar, Flynn said. There was nobody there, because nobody knew about it, Fly nn said. Only one of two changes discussed at the meeting was ap proved by the P&Z board al es have begun as the city of Maitland starts its move into its bigger and better city hall this week. Boxes are packed and ready in the current City Hall facility, just waiting to be moved to the new, double-the-size location just a sidewalk path away. Its been a long time coming, City Manager Jim Williams says, as he navigates the of the new three-story struc ture. After a year of construction, and more than half a decades worth of planning, the citys newest step toward down town redevelopment is a few complete. Williams says the building is scheduled to open to the public on Monday, July 23, though that evenings City Council meeting will still be held in the old chambers. The ed for the new space. Its been seven years since residents approved a referen dum that issued $8.5 million in station and police station. The city hall is the last of the three just feet away last year. Maitland has been strug gling to jumpstart its down town revitalization, seeing two developers come and go over the last decade with no change to the four-block area. The new city hall, Mayor Howard Schieferdecker said, is the cata lyst for the downtown. Several developers are working with the city on proposals for the area. The whole thing is basi cally starting our downtown, Schieferdecker said. Its the downtown. A new, sleek wooden dais sits in the front of the still PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE OBSERVERHeidi Dotson takes a swing at a punching bag held by instructor Kaitlin Gonzalez dur ing a self-defense safety course taught by the Winter Park Police Department. PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERMaitlands new City Hall towers over Independence Lane, down the street from the old Hall that will be demolished to make way for a parking lot for the new downtown. Please see CITY HALL on page 3 Please see ZONING on page 2 Please see SAFE on page 2ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff SARAH WILSON Observer Staff To keep up to date with the nishing touches and progress of the new Maitland City Hall, which is located at the same address as the current building, 1776 Independence Lane, visit the citys website, itsmymaitland.com SARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 2 the only thing you have guaranteed is you, Gonzalez says. These Winter Park women are taking part in a free SAFE program (Self-defense Awareness & Familiarization Exchange) hosted by the WPPD in partnership with Victim Service Center of Central Florida in hopes of curbing violence against teen and techniques, options and prevention tips to those who attend. The classes are all about prepared ness, said Gina Costa, executive director of the Victims Service Center. Its about safety and awareness of your surround ings. The Winter Park Police Department has hosted 24 of these workshops since July 2011, Sgt. Jamie Loomis said, and have reached an estimated 300 residents so far. Since June, the Maitland Police Depart the same SAFE program in its Community Park for women age 18 and older. Both cities limit class sizes to give individualized, hands-on attention to participants Mai 25 in Winter Park. These classes, regardless of where you live or how safe you feel, Costa says, help teach women how they can help prevent becoming another statistic. You cant assume that just because youre in Winter Park or anywhere else, that crime cant happen to you, Costa said. According to the 2010 National Inti mate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, in Florida, 17 percent of women experience rape in their lifetime and 41.8 percent of women experience a form of sexual vio lence other than rape. Add to that the 8,658 total violent crimes reported in Orange County in 2011, and Costa and Gonzalez both say theyd rather have women be safe than sorry. Im all about being independent and not asking for help but theres a point in time where you shouldnt be afraid to ask for help, Gonzalez said. Whether thats for an escort to walk you to your car at night or when you get home to your drive way and things just dont seem right. Monica Mao, of Maitland, attended the Winter Park SAFE class on July 12. She said the course taught her to be more aware and prepared to situations she could face in daily life or during one of her morning runs on Cady Way Trail. I think its very good just to have the basic information on how to protect your self, she said. Next month she hopes to bring her teenage daughter to share the courses information with her as well. Ulane Holliday, of Winter Park, says she left the class feeling more empowered than when she entered. It gave me all kinds of ideas, she said. You really start to realize the power you have in you after learning these tech niques. Palm and knee strikes, the assertive warning stance and how to escape an at tackers grasp from an angle are all basic skills that can prove invaluable if someone is ever put in a situation where they may The other option someone has is to comply with the attacker and work to survive that way. Gonzalez said that just as no two crimes are the same, neither are the reactions a person will have when put in such a situation. The decision between gives you the option. Everyones journey to survival is a personal one, she said. Avenue. The proposal to have fast food restaurants along the Avenue was shot down. But Winter Park Chamber of Commerce President Patrick Chapin said that fears of drive-through restaurants wouldnt have come to fruition, even if it had passed. Nobodys objecting about Tropical Park Avenue, Chapin said. Fast food scares people, but I dont think [entrepre neurs] are thinking about drive-throughs, theyre thinking about Panera (Bread) and things like that. Chapin said that the goal of those pro posed changes was to start a conversation could be more at home on Park Avenue south of Comstock Avenue. said. Thats why a place like BurgerFi can work down there, I think. Commissioner Carolyn Cooper agreed that walkable businesses, including res taurants, could be a good idea. She said she welcomed the idea of BurgerFi, the new restaurant on the south end of the block that opened on Monday. Its just helpful to keep the continuity so that people will continue to enjoy their pedestrian experience on Park Avenue, Cooper said. We need people to keep walking. mended proposal that could open the gate for businesses ranging from medical of Farrah, whose Bajalia Trading Company is thriving on the south end of the Avenue, new business around her could be a good thing, as long as its local. I dont have a problem with local busi ness, no matter who they are and what they are, Farrah said. I love diversity on the Avenue. I think thats good for us. Flynn said she worried that if business enue are allowed to move in, it could leave the wrong impression to visitors coming from the south end. If you have cosmetic treatments, mas sage therapists, its just not going to be Park Avenue, Flynn said. I just feel that is there should be an eye catcher that says, this is Park Avenue. On June 23, the City Commission will discuss the potential for new business types and code changes for the Avenue, of the ordinance. Chapin said that he looks forward to broadening the conversation about what could help revive the south end of the Avenue. Its just ideas right now, he said. The alternative is vacant storefronts, and weve done that, and done that really well, Chapin said. 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Crimes, regardless of gender, committed in Winter Park and reported to the Winter Park Police Department from July 1, 2011 through July 16, 2012: Sexual battery 10 Aggravated Battery 16 Battery 111 Felony battery 3 Felony domestic battery 7 Domestic battery 73 Robbery to a person 23 Crimes, regardless of gender, committed in Maitland and reported to the Maitland Police Department from January-December 2011: Murder 1 Rape 4 Robbery 5 Aggravated Assault 21Source: Winter Park and Maitland police departmentsTo learn more about the free SAFE classes in Winter Park and to keep up-to-date on when the next sessions will be offered, visit the Winter Park Police Departments website, wppd.org. For more information on when Maitland will hold its next monthly class, visit itsmymaitland.com For tips on how not to become a victim of a crime, and what to do if you are, visit the Victim Service Center of Central Floridas website at victimservicecenter.com. VSC also offers a 24hour sexual assault hotline for those in need, at 407-497-6701.SAFE | High number of women are attack victimsZONING | Chapin hopes for less vacancies on Park CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The alternative is vacant storefronts, and weve done that, and done that really well. So the question is: Is it time to have a discussion about the pros and cons about other businesses? Patrick Chapin

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Page 3 Council chambers. Sunlight streams in the room a stark comparison to the wood-paneled, windowless room where the Council currently operates. Its light, bright and cheery, Schieferdecker said. A place that itll be really nice to work and meet in. Williams says the new chamber will nearly to 140 people. And the chairs will all be remov able, allowing the space to be utilized for other events than just city meetings. lows the city to house all of its internal services under one roof, and, Schieferdecker says, also provides room for expansion once the economy In coming months, the old city hall will be leveled and turned into a parking lot to accom modate more parking for city hall, its surrounding park and, once developed, the downtown Maitland area. Its getting us and developers excited for the future, Schieferdecker said. Chuck Jordan, director of the citys leisure services department, is working to organize a grand-opening ceremony for the new city hall, likely be sometime in late August, Schieferdecker said, so that any and all kinks can be worked out once the city is all moved into its new home. Were all so excited about it but we want to make sure everything is right. Fredlund Fine Arts Fredlund Fine Arts LLC 1143 Orange Avenue, Winter Park 407-622-0102 fredlundgallery.com Mon-Fri: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Parking in rear off MinnesotaFredlund Fine Arts LLC is galleries in Central Florida. Although we specialize in Florida Art, we carry a and animal art. We are a full service gallery offering original paintings, sculptures, prints and framing. Wednesday, July 18 6 to 9 p.m. Meet Peter Pettegrew DENNINGORANGE AVEMINNESOTA FAIRBANKS 1143 ORANGE AVE17-92 Maitland Coin & Currency Showat theMaitland Civic Center 641 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751FREE ADMISSIONShow open to the public Buy Sell AppraisalsFor more information call or visitOrlando Coin Exchange 6301 S. Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32809www.MaitlandCoinShow.comorlandocoinexchange@gmail.com407-730-3116 Sunday, July 22nd9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Free coin for all children 12 and under 22 SUN CITY HALL | New City Council chamber will nearly double seating capacity to more than 130 spectators CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERMaitlands City Hall still needs some nishing touches but is nearly ready for a July 23 grand opening, which will include a public invite to tour the facilities that completely replace the old City Hall.

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Page 4 TOMMY BAHAMA FALL 2012 SAMPLE COLLECTION PLUS NEW MERCHANDISE IN SIZES MEDIUM XXLARGE OUR NEW LONGER SHOP HOURS: Monday through Saturday 11AM to 6PM (Closed on Sundays) (between Princeton & Ivanhoe) Business Briefs Community Bulletin Summer of Dreams kicks off second yearFifth Third Banks Summer of Dreams has spirit! That spirit was reected by the pom-poms in the air for the pep rally kick-off at the downtown branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida (BGCCF). Supporters and sponsors gath ered to kick off the second year of Summer of Dreams a program providing homeless students in Central Florida up to 10 weeks of free summer camp, two meals per day, mentoring and school sup plies, as well as nancial counseling for their parents. Visit www.TheSummerofDreams.com or call 407-657-4818.Ofcer saves a life while off-dutyWhile on vacation in South Florida, Driv ers Mart Hero and Orlando Police Ofcer Izzy Hernandez rescued a small boy who was drowning in a lagoon. Hernandez performed rescue breathing on the unresponsive child and thanks to his quick ac tions, the 5-year-old made a full recovery. David Hicks, also a Drivers Mart Hero, is among a group of dedicated adult vol unteers who promote and support youth sports in Central Florida. As a volunteer board member for the Central Florida Kraze/Krush Soccer Club, he has raised more than $60,000 for scholarships to help families in need participate in the sports league.Local student honored for academic achievementsJonathan Hill of Maitland, a senior at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, is listed on the honor roll with distinction.Winter Park families can apply to host international studentsAyusa is looking for American families in the Winter Park area interested in host ing international high school students for the 2012-2013 school year. Visit www. ayusa.org or contact Ellen Barr at 407310-8330.A&H museum accepting applications for artist programThe Art and History Museums Maitland (A&H) announces a call to artists to par ticipate in its 2012-2013 Artist-in-Action (AIA) program. This program provides non-residential studio space to an estab lished or emerging artist for the profes sional practice and research of ne art. The deadline for applications is Aug. 1. Visit www.ArtandHistory.org to apply.Artistic workshops available for all agesEnjoy a summer of art and history ex ploration at the Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H). The A&H continues its lineup of classes for adults and children this summer. To register, call 407-5392181 or visit www.ArtandHistory.orgRoad to Recovery program looking for volunteersThe American Cancer Societys Road to Recovery program is currently recruiting volunteers to drive local cancer patients to and from their chemotherapy and ra diation treatments in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. For more information, contact your local American Cancer Soci ety ofce at 1-877-901-2862. If you are a cancer patient seeking more information about the Road to Recovery program, call 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com Coalition for the Homeless of Cen tral Florida recently received a grant from Enterprise Holdings Foundation with the help of the Hol ler-Classic Group of dealerships. A check in the amount of $1,500 was presented by Cindy Reeves, Enter prise Holdings Group Rental Man ager in Longwood to Brent Trotter, president/CEO of Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, at the home ofces of Holler-Classic. Wilson McCoy, P.A. (Wilson McCoy), a new law rm in the city of Maitland and new member of the Chamber of Commerce, held its open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, July 11. The rm, comprised of attorneys Gary D. Wilson and Nathan A. McCoy, applies a combined 30 years of experience in employment, commercial and contractual matters. Wilson McCoy is located in the First Colony Bank Building, 711 N. Orlando Ave., Ste. 202. For more information, call 407-803-5400 or visit www.wilsonmccoylaw.com The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently elected Vice Chair man Kenneth Wright to serve as chairman, effective July 1. Wright, of Winter Park, has served on the Commission since August 2007. Massey Services presented a pledge on June 27 for $250,000 to the Central Florida Veterans Memorial Park Foundation (CFVMPF) for construction of the Memorial to the Fallen at Lake Nona. Craig Diamond recently joined The Balmoral Group, headquartered in Maitland, as regional manager, economics. He will lead the rms new Tallahassee ofce. Herzing University Online has earned accreditation for its MSN Nursing Education, MSN Nursing Management and RN to BSN Bridge programs from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. NAI Realvest recently negotiated three lease agreements with local tenants totaling 6,206 square feet of industrial space at Hanging Moss CommerCenter and Goldenrod CommerCenter in Orlando. Michael Heidrich, principal at NAI Realvest, negotiated a new lease agreement with EC Events, LLC for 2,000 square feet at 6112 Hanging Moss Road and a lease renewal agreement with Paramount Drywall for 2,000 square feet at 6100 Hanging Moss Road. Maitland-based COP-Hanging Moss, LLC is the landlord. At Goldenrod CommerCenter, Heidrich negotiated a renewal agreement with Black Forge, LLC for 2,206 square feet at 1468 N. Goldenrod Road. COP-Goldenrod, LLC of Maitland is the landlord. Brent Trotter Winter Park team in World Series Twelve girls, three coaches and their families will be representing the Babe Ruth Softball League in the Re gional Championships in Greenville, N.C., playing against the best teams in the U.S. The Winter Park team has already been invited to the World Series in Alachua, Fla., in August. Help support the team by making a donation and becoming a sponsor! Also, Winter Parks 12U Boys team is moving on to the regionals. Visit www.indiegogo.com/winterpark12U to donate. Holocaust survivor honored for her volunteeringOne of Central Floridas most active volunteers, Helen Greenspun is be ing honored by the USA networks Characters Unite campaign, which identies leaders in addressing so cial injustices and bridging cultural divides. As a Holocaust survivor from Poland, her lifes purpose has been to raise awareness and be a voice for those who did not survive. For more information, visit charactersunite.com

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Page 5 A three-game skid had the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs reeling after a seven-game win ning streak was snapped in dra matic fashion last week, but they came clawing back. The Dawgs had risen into a tie giate Summer League standings with a long string of wins over all of their rivals. That had pulled them from a tailspin that saw them just above a tie for fourth place. But that streak came to a crash ing halt against longtime thornin-their-side DeLand, which lev eraged an unusually low-scoring pair of wins to sweep a doubleheader on its home diamond. Three DeLand pitchers would combine in game two to two-hit the Dawgs July 12, in a 4-0 game that was shortened to seven in nings. That preceded a shocking 7-4 loss July 13 to the Orlando Monarchs, one of two teams that hadnt defeated the Dawgs all season. The Dawgs were actually winning that game through the top of the eighth inning before the Monarchs went on a four-run spree that started with two outs and a strike on Albert Lefran. The Dawgs couldnt come back from that devastating blow. The Dawgs took sweet revenge on the hapless Sanford River Rats pitching in a 13-6 blowout. In a bold move, the Rats left in starter Mike Glassic for all nine of the earned runs he allowed in four innings of work, which sent his ERA into the stratosphere despite Though the Dawgs hot-hitting Michael Danner picked up a hit and two RBIs in the game, his season-long league-leading batting average continued its slow tumble to .386. Most of the batting order picked up at least an RBI in the process, with Sean Trent and Tyler Rocklein batting 1.000 for the game. After the break, the Dawgs will return to their home diamond at 7 p.m. on Thursday against league-leader Leesburg. At 7 p.m. on Friday theyll take do Freedom. Which line gives you the best chance fo r su ccess? 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BBB is the preeminent resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses and charities.Bob Adams is President of A SafeHarbor, LLC. He may be contacted at A SafeHarbor, LLC, PO Box 3167, Winter Park, FL, 32790, telephone 407/644-6646 or e-mail BobAdams@ASafeHarbor.com Find I LUV Winter Park merchandise and local art at ILUVParkAvenue.com407-539-3977 PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVERBurgerFi partners Henry Talerico, left, and Jim Pagano helped celebrate their restaurants pre-grand opening on Park Avenue Sunday.Dawgs streak reverses courseISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff BurgerFi hits Park

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Page 6 CoffeeTalk Please join me for a cup of cof fee Thursday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Winter Park Welcome Center located at 151 W. Ly Talk gathering. This is the citys seventh year in holding these residents that have a latte on their minds or some beans to grind. This is your opportunity to talk with me in an informal environ ment and ask me any questions related to city business. Special & Wine Bar for donating the cof fee. Hope to see you there!City Commission meeting There will be a City Commis sion meeting Monday, July 23, at 3:30 p.m., in City Hall Commis sion Chambers located at 401 Park Ave. S. Below are a few topics of interest:Mayors Report Blaze 12 and under baseball teams 2011-2012 season Felix Raudales, Streets DivisionNon-action Items changes to City Tree Preservation Ordinance Consent Agenda 9. tracts: Environments of Central Florida, and authorize the mayor to ex ecute the contract. Florida contract with Verizon Wireless for mobile communication services, and authorize the mayor to execute the contract. ment to contribute to Habitat for Humanity for the purchase of a building lot at 626 W. Comstock Ave.Action Items Requiring Discussion Public Hearings Park: revising the permitted uses along Park Avenue, south of Comstock Avenue. to amend the Advisory Board Or Winter Park Beautiful and Sustainable Advisory Board by com bining the Environmental Review Beautiful Board) quiet zonesCity Commission Reports sions full agenda at cityofwin terpark.org and by clicking on Government > City Commission > Packets.Household hazardous waste disposalThe city of Winter Park in part nership with Waste Pro and A-1 hold hazardous waste disposal for all city residents Saturday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m. to noon, at the Public Works Compound located at 1409 Howell Branch Road, directly be hind Fire Station 64. The following items will be ac cepted: paint is not hazardous waste and when dried out, it can be disposed of with your regular household trash. Paint can be dried out by drying agents such as saw dust or kitty litter.) lar alkaline batteries can go in trash) sions, VCRs, DVD players, FAX machines, CD players & stereos) Drugs and prescription medications: scription Reclamation Station in the lobby of the Public Safety Fa cility located at 500 N. Virginia Ave., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Here are some helpful tips for a city residency drivers license or utility bill statement. materials in their original contain ers with its original labeling. Unknown items will not be accepted. only be accepted Saturday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m. to noon. Items delivered before or after this time will not be accepted. dential use only. No contractors please. Thank you for helping keep the city green and properly dispos ing of your household hazardous waste materials. For additional information, please call 407-5993364.Popcorn Flicks in Central Park Due to the inclement weather last week, The Great Muppet Caper has been rescheduled to Thursday, July 26, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Central Park in down town Winter Park. Popcorn Flicks is presented by the city of Winter Park and Enzian Theater. Bring your blanket or chair to enjoy the free movie under the stars in Cen tral Park. Free popcorn for every one. For more information, please call 407-629-0054 or visit enzian. org Open positionsA complete job description of the following open positions can be found at cityofwinterpark.org > Employment: Wastewater Plant Operator; $15.67 $24.36/hr. Senior Maintenance Service Worker Streets; $12.28 $19.09/ hr. Utility Equipment Operator I Wastewater Collection; $13.53 $21.04/hr. Utility Service Worker I Wastewater Collection; $12.28 $19.09/hr. $13.53 $21.04/hr.Visit the citys ofcial website at cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and watch us on Vimeo.The July 9, 2012, Maitland City Council meeting was a posi tive turning point in the partner ship of the recently formed Art & History Museums Mait land (A&H) and the city. There had been a strained relationship these past seven months regard ing the running and funding of the Maitland Art and History Center. The culmination of that unrest was an agenda item at the Council meeting to terminate A&Hs lease. More than 150 people came to the meeting to show their support for A&H. In addition, a number of art associations were present, including United Arts of Central Florida, the Arts & Cultural Alliance and the Fringe Festival, who also ex pressed their support of A&H. Prior to this meeting, about a year after the merger of the Mait land Art Center and the Maitland Historical Society in May of 2010, a 51-year lease with the city was agreed to with a probationary one-year period. This probation ary period allowed the city to cancel the lease at any time with out cause. About six months after the lease was signed in Decem ber of 2011, concerns were raised by some members of Council regarding the performance of A&H. Subsequently with the city budget revenue projections com ing forward and being of concern, these same council mem bers recommended that the city take over the operation of the Art and History Center. By doing this, they felt that the city could the city money. After a few workshops be tween the city and A&H, A&H came up with the following pro posal to address the Council con cerns about the citys budget: support to the Art and History Center 15 percent from $425,000 in 2012 to $361,250 in 2013. of A&H becoming 100 percent the lease agreement A&H had nancially independent from the city or until the year 2030.) This will save the city millions of dol years. period of the lease one year from Sept. 30, to Sept. 30, 2013. Even with this new proposal in place, some Council members felt that we could still do better by having the city take it over. However, the remaining Council members were very encouraged by this new proposal by A&H. When the termination of the lease was included on the agenda for July 9, I was glad. This gave us the opportunity to put this issue to bed and get on with the positive development of A&H. In the past seven months, a lot of time has been spent at meetings and preparing and re viewing documents. This took a lot of time away from A&H be ing able to do what they needed to do to continue to move ahead and prosper. After a presentation from council members and A&H representatives and a long public period, the decision was unani mous not to terminate the lease but to extend the probationary period of the lease for one year from Sept. 30 to Sept. 30, 2013. Now we all need to work togeth er to make A&H the great success that it is in the process of be coming. I am committed to do so. City Council Agenda of July 23City Council meets the sec ond and fourth Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for July 23 in the Council Chambers, 1776 Independence Lane. Below is the agenda for that meeting. Public Hearing 2012-01 (AZ) Lakes of Maitland Condominium Association Inc. Zoning (Text) AmendmentConsent Agenda work Solutions & Verizon Wire lessDecision Items: (TRIM), Date, Time & Place for Public Hearing Recreation Advisory Board (2) Pension Trust Fund Board Councilwoman FroschDiscussion For updates, visit www.itsmymaitland.com Winter Park City TalkBY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER Maitland City TalkBY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Turning point for Art and History Fixed and secure payments for life with a payout rate often higher than that Immediate tax deduction Personal satisfaction that your generosity will impact students and faculty well into the future r rfntrtnbbrfn tb n f bbb rfftf ftff f f f bbfr*Tax deduction may vary according to your gift date and amount. Gift annuity rates are subject to change as interest rates vary and whether it is a oneor two-life gift annuity. Popcorn Flicks

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The 29th Annual Beat-the-Heat 5k Road Race is Thursday, July 19, from 7-9 p.m. at Roth JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave. The cost is $20, or $25 the day of the race. Contact Eli Bercovici at 407-6455933, ext. 259, or EliB@orlandojcc.org LCC Finance presents a class on Ladies Setting the Ground for Retiring on Thursday, July 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. Call 407-6477700 to register. Winter Park Chambers Business After Hours: Be among the rst to experience The Bistros new oyster bar from 5:307:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 19, at 348 N. Park Ave. Enjoy an evening of networking in the renovated restaurant. The cost is $5 for members and $15 for non-members. Visit WinterPark.orgJULY 20Learn about the ABCs of Caregiving at Marks Street Senior Center, 99 E. Marks St. Classes will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on the following Fridays: July 20, July 27 and Aug. 3. For more information, call 407-843-1910, ext. 305, or email Jenni fer@ADRCcares.org Please join Bright House Networks and NBC/Universal on Friday, July 20, from noon to 2 p.m. to honor Helen Greenspun, one of 10 winners of its National USA Networks Characters Count Award. A luncheon will be held at the Holocaust Center in her honor. Please RSVP to info@ holocaustedu.orgJULY 21Come join us for Bark at the Park night for the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs vs. the Sanford River Rats on Saturday, July 21. General admission is $5; adults older than 60, military with ID and children ages 7-12 are $3; children younger than 7 are free. Purchase your tickets online and 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated. Visit ezticketlive.comJULY 22The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park third anniversary celebration on Sunday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at Master Class Academy, is sold out. Visit breakthroughtheatre.com for more information. Music at the Casa is a free open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave. Upcoming performances are July 22 with The Olde Noyse Chamber Music and July 29 featur ing Catherine Way Solo Harp. Visit Casa Feliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3.JULY 24The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) presents Artists Critique & Con versation on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the A&Hs Germaine Marvel Building, 210 W. Packwood Ave. Joining artist, arts writer and instructor Josh Garrick as guest panelists on July 24 are Trent Tomengo and Bryce Hammond. Visit ArtandHistory.org JULY 25Come to the Health Series #27 Pe ripheral Neuropathy, New Solutions workshop at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 25, at Maitland Public Library, 501 S. Maitland Ave. The event is free.JULY 26Learn about the Five Ws of Genealogy on Thursday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. To register, call 407-647-7700.JULY 27The Annual Rummage Sale at Saint Margaret Mary, 526 N. Park Ave., will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, July 27, and Saturday, July 28. All proceeds ben et St. Michaels Parish in Jacmel, Haiti. Call 407-671-4798 for more information. DADS (Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome) is holding a Rum Ball at the Winter Park Farmers Market from 7-11 p.m. on July 27. This pirate-themed fund raiser will have food, rum drinks, live mu sic and a silent auction. Tickets are $35 at the door or call 407-478-5621. Trinity Preparatory School will host a dance showcase featuring emerging talent at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, July 27, at 5700 Trinity Prep Lane. General admis sion is $15 and $12 for students, seniors and military. Call 407-695-8366 or visit thecenterfordance.org The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will present the musical Bare from July 27 to Aug. 20. Show times are Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sun days at 3 p.m. The Breakthrough Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Call 407-920-4034 for reservations.AUG. 4The Center for Contemporary Dance will present Healthy Body Image through Effective Communication, a free workshop for young dancers (ages 9-15) and their parents on Saturday, Aug. 4, from 1-3 p.m. The workshop provides an op portunity for parents and their dancer children to openly examine and discuss perceptions and dynamics related to body image. Attendance by at least one parent/ guardian is required and space is limited to 25 families. Call 407-695-8366 to register. Visit www.thecenterfordance.org. AUG. 7Join the Winter Park Police Department for an open house in observation of National Night Out on Aug. 7 from 6-8:30 p.m. National Night Out is a campaign to stand up against crime. The open house will showcase crime-prevention methods and recognize active neighborhood and business watch groups. Any business interested in providing refreshments or gift cards to serve as door prizes should contact Lina Strube at 407-599-3664 or LStrube@cityofwinterpark.org Visit www.wpmobserver.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com JULY 21: Limelight on the silver screen The featured opera on the big screen is La Boheme (Liceu) at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, at Enzian; 1300 S. Orlando Ave. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the box ofce or at Enzian.org JULY 23: Political Mingle coming up Winter Park Political Mingle presented by Bright House Networks will be from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, July 23, at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd. The cost is $25 in advance, $30 at the door and $225 for 10 tickets. Visitwinterpark.org

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Page 8 Lifestyles Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Proudly Hosts2012POLITICAL MINGLE MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR FALLS HOTTEST RACES ENJOY DINNER & DRINKS VOTE IN OUR STRAW POLL MONDAY, JULY 23 5 8 P.M.Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park$25 IN ADVANCE $30 AT THE DOORTickets and information at winterpark.org or call (407) 644-8281Supported by WINTER PARKPresented by Cars and trucks race past the unpreten tious plain white brick faade every day along Fairbanks Avenue. Inside, colored spotlights shine on an unlikely turn of fate. If youve never ventured inside The Break through Theatre, its likely youve never had the chance to meet Wade Hair, a man that is living proof that dreams do come true. Opening the theater had been a vision of Wades for a long time, who started in the business doing musical revues in banquet rooms of hotels. Shortly after, he became an educator, health declined rapidly. While most would view this as an excuse to shut down, Wade turned it into the opportunity of a lifetime. It became a now-or-never scenario, Wade said, through glassy eyes. I thought that if Im going to pursue this dream, I bet ter do it now. And so he did. With the help of his parents, he opened The Breakthrough Theatre in May 2009. This had always been his dream, An nie, Wades mother, said. We just decided that his dream needed to come true. With the odds stacked against him, Wade chose to open the theater during the economic downturn, which partially in spired the theaters name. Wades son, Daniel, came up with the name one day while brainstorming ideas. Not only were they trying to break through the Orlando theater scene, but also through Wades illness. The name Boasting the smallest theater in Central Florida, Wade said the intimate setting has proven to be quite a blessing. their seats, but I dont have that problem Wade joked. People just really appreciate the intimacy theyre right there, its a connection. The theater immediately brings back a grandparents house on the weekends. A walk inside could very well be a stroll through the Hair familys home. Wades fa ther, Sid, is the business manager and his mother, Annie, runs the concession stand, serving homemade baked goods for every performance. Wades two children, Erynn and Daniel, also help out when they can. If not for the atmosphere alone, once you walk into the performance area, the intimacy is impossible to deny. The chestnut wooden stage, roughly about the size of a master bedroom, com mands a crowd of 40. Wade steps on to say a few words and, immediately, the audience is captivated. Hes enthusiastic and evocatively animat ed, but whats most commanding is his in fectious smile. Passion breeds success, which Wade has experienced plenty of in a short amount of time. His proudest moment came this year at the Orlando Fringe Festival, where they sold out every performance the only the ater to ever do so, he said. That type of success, Wade acknowl edges, can only be achieved with genuine dedication. Heart I think we have huge heart, and when people come, we make them feel welcome, Wade said. When people come here, I tell them, welcome to the Break through family. Performers and spectators of all ages are repeat visitors to the theater for the way it makes them feel. Anyone is welcome and the door is al like family. Family seems to be a running theme throughout the theater and Wade admits that without his support system, his dreams would have remained out of reach. The theaters unexpected success strikes an emotional chord. I didnt think wed be around for three years, Wade said. I didnt think Id be around three years. Now, as the theater prepares for its threeyear anniversary, Wade is more thankful than ever. Im just so proud, Wade said. I knew I would do shows that people would enjoy, but I never thought it would get to where it is now I dont take anything for granted.PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE OBSERVERThe Breakthrough Theatres summer camp students pictured with owner Wade Hair, performed a musical revue last weekend featuring songs from Annie and Peter Pan. The Breakthrough Theatre is at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave.Theater owner lives his dreamLAUREN STORCH Observer Staff The Breakthrough Theatre will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday, July 22. The event is sold out. The theater will present the musical Bare from July 27 to Aug. 20. at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Call 407-920-4034 or visit breakthroughtheatre.com for reservations.

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Page 9 Today girls spring, cartwheel of the Winter Park Cheer Athletics gym like they never have before. The moves are the same ones that have placed the gyms teams in UCA All Star Cheerleading national championships, but the space in which theyre doing ing to this new location in May, from their old one, has given the groups cheerleaders, owners and instructors something to cheer about: nearly three times more space. More space, owner Candace Guilford says, means more programs the gym will be bringing to the Winter Park community start ing now. In our old space we were maxed out, Guilford said. This square feet for the gyms six cheer members to spread out. The fully air-conditioned gym includes two to practice moves into, and an leaders to try out their tricks. Up also added an entire room dedicated to dance. Its changed everything, Guilford said. We can do so much more now. The space also serves as the practice facility for not only the gyms All Star cheer squads, the Winter Park Stars, but the cheer leaders for the Winter Park Pop Warner Tigers and the cheer leading Wildcats from Winter Park High School, which WPHS alumna Guilford coached until has been head cheer coach at the school since Guilford left to focus on her gym. The gym, Guilford says, is open to anybody and everybody girls and boys lessons in tumsists of present and past Universi ty of Central Florida cheerleaders, a former Magic dancer and a sea son four contestant on Foxs So You Think You Can Dance. that I have, Guilford said, be cause I think actually I know theyre the best. Former Magic dancer and Win McCormick says shes excited to see the whole vision of the expansion come to fruition as program ming kicks up as fall approaches. Shes particularly excited for the new dance room where she can get the cheerleaders grooving. Its all just going to be so much better now in this new space, she said. Winter Park High School cheerleader Katie McClanahan said shes already adopted the new gym as her home away from the trampoline during open-gym hours. good way, she said. Guilford, who started Winter Park Cheer Athletics in 2009, has her eyes set on growing more teams, reaching higher levels and winning more national champi onships to go along with the ex pansion. But she said her biggest hope for the new, larger space is to be able to bring cheerleading to more kids in the Winter Park community. The best part is I can provide more teams, which provides more boys and girls the ability to be able to cheer at this gym, she said. IN JUST 10 SATURDAYS Dental Assistant Open House August 25, 2012 Class Starts September 15, 2012 Rsvp at rsvp@mygodas.com (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 FINANCIAL12 Month CDAlso oer IRA Specials & free 401k ReviewsAPYHigher Rates for Longer Term PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVERWinter Park Cheer Athletics teams and coaches pose in their new gym, which is a mile from their former gym and is three times larger.Gym expansion brings more cheerSARAH WILSON Observer Staff Winter Park Cheer Athletics new location is at 6870 Stapoint Court, in Winter Park. For more information on the gyms programs, visit wpcheerathletics.com JULY 19-21The Celebrity Mascot Games, which benet New Hope for Kids in Maitland, are July 19-21 at Stetson University and Amway Center. General Admis sion tickets are $10. Call 800-7453000 or visit ticketmaster.comJULY 20The Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) invites families to attend the Sixth Annual Target Family Theatre Festival in Loch Haven Park from July 20 to Aug. 5. The festival features performances by Grammy-nominated Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could, Mr. Richard and the Pound Hounds, Pirate School!, Nels Ross, Katie Courics The Brand New Kid, and the Youth Academy production of Rodgers & Hammersteins State Fair. All of the shows are free, with the exception of State Fair ($15) and The Brand New Kid ($10). Visit or landorep.com or call 407-896-7365.JULY 21Come celebrate family fun days at the Maitland Art Center on select dates. On July 21, make a family tree at the A&Hs Maitland Historical Mu seum. On Aug. 18, learn about calling cards, the social network of the past, at the A&Hs Waterhouse Residence Museum. On Sept. 15, make sound waves and string telephones at the A&Hs Telephone Museum. Call 407539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory.orgJULY 22Enzians annual KidFest Summer Movies series offers free weekday screenings and $5 presentations on weekends. The sunsational sched ule, sponsored by Walt Disney World, kicks off Sunday, July 22, and contin ues through Sunday, Aug. 5. For more information, visit enzian.org/festivals/ kidfestJULY 23The 55-year-old Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras has openings for their annual summer day camp, Stringmania, a two-week program for string players ages 7 to 15 who are playing at a Suzuki book 2 level or higher. The program will be July 23 to Aug. 3 at the College Park Baptist Church, 1914 Edgewater Drive. For more information, visit fsyo.orgJULY 26Enzians popcorn icks in Central Park will feature The Great Muppet Caper from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, July 26. This event was rained out on July 12. Visit enzian.orgAUG. 9This months popcorn icks will fea ture Babe at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 9. Visit Enzian.org or call 407629-1088.ONGOINGThe Art & History Museums Maitland and the Cornell Fine Arts Mu seum on the Rollins College campus take part in the Blue Star Museums program, in which active duty military and their families can enjoy free mu seum admission from Memorial Day until Labor Day. The complete list is available at arts.gov/bluestarmuseums 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. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com WINTER PARK Home of the Winter Park STARS Competition Cheer TeamWelcome to Winter Park Cheer Athletics Cheerleading & Tumbling facility! We are home to the Winter Park Stars All Star cheerleading Teams and one of the training facilities for the Nationally Ranked Winter Park High School Cheerleaders! 2011-2012 UCA National Champions All levels of All Star Competitive Cheer Mommy & Me Classes Stunting Classes Tumbling Classes for all ages & levels Competitive dance Birthday parties6870 Stapoint Ct Winter Park, FL 32793 (Near 436 & Hanging Moss Rd.)After school pick up and programs beginning August 2012

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Page 10 BE YOURSELF AND YOU CAN BE ANYTHING! You and a guest are invited to attend the 3D movie music event of the summer The rst 25 people to send an email to KatyPerryGiveaway @gmail.com will receive a special pass to see the movie in theaters! Each winner will also receive a special KATY PERRY: PART OF ME prize pack including a t-shirt and Scunci Hot Streaks Scunci Hot Streaks. 18 Clip on Faux Hair | www.scunci.com Tickets are available while supplies last. Film is rated PG.KATY PERRY: PART OF ME NOW IN THEATERS!KatyPerryPartOfMe.com TUES-SAT 10:30-5:30/SUN 1:00 -4:00 Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar Even when Im on vacation, Im still working for you, dear read ers. On my whirlwind week in New York City, I went from the ater to theater, and Im happy to share my excitement and tell you that theater is alive and well in the Big Apple. Locally speaking, this is good news for the touring productions of these shows that are heading our way soon and in years to come. Streetcar Named Desire ing when you know something is going to be good, and then you experience it and it turns out to exceed all of your greatest expectations. This is especially true as movie and TV stars dont always transform well from the TV screen to live eight-times-aweek performances on Broadway, but Blair Underwood does it brilliantly in an all-black produc tion of the American classic A Streetcar Named Desire. Audi ences quickly forget the all-black conceit as soon as his co-star Nicole Ari Parker comes onstage as Blanche and the two of them proceed to scratch and claw their most moving interpretations of these iconic roles in the history of American theater. It was so mov ing I couldnt even talk as I left.Avenue QIn 2004, a musical that starred Muppets for adults was so original, so timely and so ready to throw political correctness into the cookie monsters trash can that it won the Tony Award for Best Musical. This is particu larly notable as this surprise hit left Wicked wondering what happened to the man behind the curtain. Avenue Q continues to work its magic in a smaller, more comfortable, closer-to-theit has only sharpened its wit over not your childrens puppets so leave the kids at home and go have some adult fun. Nice Work If You Can Get It No one could have believed that decades ago when Matthew Broderick became a star as the naughty-but-nice Ferris Bueller that he would become Broadways leading song and dance man but he has. Now in Nice Work If You Can Get It, he leads a brilliant ensemble cast, including Estelle Parsons, in a new musical with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin. Yes the songs are old (and timeless) but the story is new. Writer Joe DiPietro obviously studied Cole Porters Anything Goes and gives us a feel-good musical that feels like a revival, but could only have been written in this century. MemphisThe same very talented Joe DiPietro who gave us Nice Work won the Tony Awards for Best Book, Best Score and Best Musical for Memphis, which is coming to Orlando this season. Named for the town in Tennessee, Memphis is an all-singing, all dancing musical that combines the multi-racial tensions of West Side Story with the early televi sion dance craze of Hairspray, and the gritty steppin to the bad side of Dreamgirls. Now that is evening, but Memphis does it in award-winning style. Watch for it soon at the Bob Carr. Phantom of the Opera I admit to being one of Phantoms biggest fans, and this biggest of all musicals now the longest running (and most is still playing to new genera tions of sold-out crowds at the Majestic Theater in New York. Ive seen it on Broadway, in tour ing productions and even in a specially approved high school version, and the simple truth is, there is nothing like seeing it with the huge cast and the huge sets saw it on Broadway, and if youve never had that experience, then I urge you to make it a part of your Phantom lives at the Majestic.Evita The original Evita, per formed on an empty stage, made a star of Patti Lupone while turngentina into an historical Cruella tin was hitting the stage in a boy a superstar leading an extraordi narily talented cast in an updated production of Evita in which the story line is easier to follow, the sets are a constant phenomenon, the dancing brings the hustle of Buenos Aires to life, and the roles of Evita and Juan Peron are brilliantly acted and sung. Im committing the ultimate sacrilege by telling Ms. Lupone that she todays Evita is the Evita for the new millennium, and this column is the one in which I begin to bring it to Orlando ASAP. And heres my best idea yet Lets book this gorgeous new Evita to open our brand new Performing Arts Center. After all in the theater all things are possible!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. This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater Held Over! MOONRISE KINGDOM Fri Sun 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 Mon Thurs 6:30, 9:15 THE GOONIES Thurs 3:00 Opera on the Big Screen LA BOHEME (Gran Teatre del Liceu) Sat 11:00am THE GOLD RUSH Sun 11:00am Tue 3:00 JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS Sun 1:15 Wed 3:00KidFest Film Series

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Page 11 Dancers watch themselves intently in a mirror, while original music trickles out of speakers. Their movements tell a story, of a thunderstorm, lightning and crashing thunder, the sun shining and puddles to splash in. If you ask the directors of The Center for Contemporary Dance, these dancers arent just telling the story of a summer storm, theyre telling the story of themselves, and adding to a narrative everyone should be a part of one of the whole community. Dance is storytelling told through shape and form, and we need everybody to contribute to tell that full story, said Craig Johnson, executive director of the Center. And these students stories are very particular they have special needs. The for students with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and cerebral pal sy. The Center prides itself on diversity and inclusion, and their perspective has been a long time coming, Johnson said. Diversity is the rule of the land and were proud of that, said Dario Moore, artistic director for the school. Anybody here. For many, dance was in their hearts, but there wasnt a resource available for them to express that, especially for older students with special needs because resources tend to dry up as they age. Thats why the Center started with classes for teens and young adults. has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, but cant live a moment without music. Her mom said she never misses an episode of Dancing with the Stars or So You Think You Can Dance. If she could walk, shed dance all over the place, mom Elaine Valle said. Now, shes learning how to dance in her chair, and not only attends the cere bral palsy classes, but the one for Down syndrome students as well. Before, Valle said her daughter never looked in the mir ror, now she stares at herself for an hour in each class and spends time moving in front of her mirror at home. Dance has made her prioritize proper form, and its given her It also helps with her physical therapy to know how movements should be looking. done, and watching her accomplish that is something her mom cherishes. Thats why at every class all moms eyes are glued to the dance practice, with only a hushed whisper of happiness between them. Because every so often they do some thing amazing, so they dont want to miss it, Valle said. Each class has its own personality and goals, Moore said. In all his classes, he push what they think are their physical limits; its all about taking a chance. The Down syndrome class is full of encouragement, chatter and energy, and Moore concentrates on social skills and memory. The ASD class needs help with focus and communicating feelings, especially when theyre agitated, and that group needs calm structure. The cerebral palsy class is all about stretching and working their upper body. Its an over all great workout for their bodies, which they learn to trust a little more from danc at Winter Park Towers Your room is waiting for you if you need Pain and Symptom Management Hospital Follow-up Complex Treatments, or Crisis Care Referrals 866-742-6655#5019096 www.cornerstonehospice.org www.SeriousIllness.org/cornerstoneMedicare, Medicaid, most commercial insurances accepted The Center for Contemporary Dance, located at 3580 Aloma Ave. in Winter Park, offers classes during the week for teen and young adult students with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder and cerebral palsy. They will be starting classes for younger students this fall. Call 407-695-8366 or email Executive Director Craig Johnson at Craig@TheCenterForDance.org for more information. Learn more about the center at www.thecenterfordance.org The Center will be having a dance showcase featuring their special needs students July 27, 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Preparatory School. Call the Center or purchase tickets online.PHOTO BY BRITTNI JOHNSON THE OBSERVERDario Moore, center, and his students practice dance moves at The Center for Contemporary Dance in Winter Park. Dance therapy students with Down syndrome, austism, cerebral palsyBRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff Work Well Winter Park hosted Whole Foods Market healthy eating specialist Lois Dorotiak at the July 11 Health Education Series lunch and learn. Lois reminded the group of the four pillars that makes up the Whole Foods Market Health Starts Here program, a two-year-old healthy eating initiative, and then launched into the topic of the hour. is second visit from Whole Foods Market sparked much interest due to the subject at hand, True Versus Toxic Hunger. is subject matter is not oen spoken of, Lois mentioned as she gave credit to Dr. Joel Fuhrman, a member on the Medical Advisory Board for Whole Foods Market, for his major contribution to the topic. If our goal in eating is to achieve optimum health and ideal weight, it becomes important to identify the signals of each type of hunger and be aware of our responses. Consequently, hunger, reprogramming the mind and biological response modiers were under consideration throughout the hour. Hunger has several components; for example, volume, calories and nutrients all play an important part. Four hundred calories of spinach, eggplant and beans takes up much more room in the stomach than the equivalent in oil or chicken driving very dierent responses. e audience was surprised to learn that every symptom they suggested as true hunger was, in fact, an indication of toxic hunger. e pens began to write when Lois responded that, True hunger is never felt in the stomach or head, neither is it ever uncomfortable. Actually, the three symptoms noted for true hunger were all in the mouth and throat area as Fuhrman states in his Nutritarian Handbook As more discussion ensued, Chunky Sweet Potato Stew simmered on the cooking demonstration table. Lois and the audience continued conversation on reprogramming the mind and palate stretching. en, to reinforce the days topics, kale was placed at the bottom of each dish before the stew was added. en, Lois quickly pulsed Gazpacho Summer Soup in the food processor and the group sampled a symphony of biological response modiers. As samples were enjoyed, questions were answered and the benets of each of these foods were discussed. e enthusiastic audience asked for another class, even before this one was completed! If you or your group has an interest in these kinds of events, please feel free to contact Lois at Lois.Dorotiak@wholefoods. com. Also, for great recipe ideas visit www. WholeFoodsMarket.com under the Health Starts Here tab. Work Well Winter Park is a movement spearheaded by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce to improve the health and wellbeing of the workforce in our community by creating lasting, cultural change. is collaborative and easily implemented initiative will encourage employers in Winter Park to adopt and execute practical policies supporting workplace wellness. For more information, visit www. workwellwinterpark.org. Lois DorotiakHealthy Eating/Green Mission Specialist1989 Aloma Ave Winter Park, FL 32792 Tel: 407-673-8788 Please see DANCE on page 12

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Page 12 ing. We really do take movement for granted, Moore said. Hes engaging their brains, its not just dance it in volves a lot of other components, said Gladys Gochenour, whose daughter Jessica Gochenour attends the Down syn drome classes. Theres really no drawback, said Eric Mason, a Florida licensed physical therapist at Physiotherapy Works in Win ter Park. That kind of rhythmic movement builds strength and balance, he said. Its not just building bodies, though, its also building from regular classes, the main goals stay the same. The stu dents talk dance moves and choreography, they learn the fancy French names for each spin and jump, and they stare keenly in the mirror while they focus on form. There is a community of artists that are developing theyre actually becoming artists, Johnson said. They are truly connected to it, they practice at home, theyre passion ate theyre hungry for it. Its also a place to socialize. Johnson and Moore agreed theyre all like a family. They support each other, encour age, clap and laugh together. Valle said being there feels like home for her daughter, especially because Moore is such a compassionate, wonderful teacher. Dario is really pouring his heart out, Valle said. He has such respect for them. For many students, dancing together is the very best part of their week. She cant wait for Tuesday, Gochenour. The whole day is waiting for dance. True confession: I read about these alarming trends of online addiction while reading something about the dangers of excessive online usage through The Daily Beast, an online news source. They in turn were reviewing an article in Newsappeared in print. The gist of the article was that the Internet has created greater problems for users than have previ ous technological advances. To put some numbers to the problem, here hours on some sort of electronic screen even on school days. receives 400 texts per month; the smart phone users report feeling alert vibrations when nothing is actually happening phantom alerts? phone users get online before get ting out of bed. ers text while driving (this may be the reason why the light seems to change before the cars in front of me get going!). Scientists have been researching ing our brains. Susan Greenwald, an Oxford University professor, is writing a book on how our digital brains, and the news is not all good. A number of recent peer-reviewed studies have discovered that exces much the same way other addictive behaviors do. I am not a scientist and Im not an alarmist, but I do think our cultures obsession with online activity may have some sort of impact on what it observations stick out for me. Sev eral years ago, I was chaperoning a youth dance. I saw a young man dancing with a beautiful young lady, but all the while he was on his cell phone talking to someone else. In another more tragic case, I of the freshman year at her dream college because of an addiction to a virtual reality game. Even her rather handsome boyfriend could not bring her back to the real world. Thankfully, she got some help and is herself through lends credibility to the story in The Beast article about a couple in Asia who neglected their real baby to death while taking care of a virtual infant online. Of course, these are stories with extreme consequences, but Im wondering if our virtual addictions and what it means to be human? What if screen communication is replacing face-to-face? Why talk to someone in the same house when you can text? cation has been producing lessthan-happy consequences. The Beast article observes: Web use often displaces sleep, exercise, and face-to-face exchanges, all of which can upset even the chirpiest soul. Numerous peer-reviewed studies have begun to demonstrate the connection between excessive digital immersion and mood-swings, and even mental illness. The mild highs of digital connection cannot replace the long-term satisfaction of real touch. I love skyping with my grandson, but I would trade a dozen calls for one chance to hold him in my arms. One of the greatest compliments ever paid to a man in the Bible was when the Book of Exodus observed that God would speak with Moses face-to-face, as one speaks to a about real physical presence that is important. The digital world is here to stay, but we do have some control over whether it will be a part of our world or if we will be absorbed in a virtual world, one of the more popular TV shows is called The how real it really is. Maybe there is a longing for some reality. Disclaimer: This article was writ ten on a laptop, so any semblance to reality is purely coincidental!Rev. Jim Govatos currently serves as Senior Pastor at Aloma United Methodist Church located in Winter Park. A former atheist, Jim is passionate about helping people understand and experience a living faith in Jesus Christ. Please share your thoughts by emailing him at jimg@alomazone.org Jim Govatos Reality LinesIs getting wired rewiring us? DANCE | Rhythm builds strength CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 There is a community of artists that are developing theyre actually becoming artists. They are truly connected to it, they practice at home, theyre passionate theyre hungry for it. Craig Johnson healthy the City of Wi nter Park 1887 2012thANNIVERSARY Visit us at www.workwellwinterpark.org, call (407) 644-8281 or connect with us on social media. AAA is Proud to be Workplace Wellness Warriors AAA Winter Park has implemented several initiatives and policies to promote workplace wellness, including: Ready...Set...Go! Inspired by National Walking Day in April, AAA launched its 3rd annual 8-Week Walking Challenge on June 4 to motivate employees to keep moving! Smoking Cessation Program A new tobacco-free workplace policy, as part of a comprehensive employee wellness program, offers FREE tools for employees to kick the habit for good. Weight Watchers Benefit Employees are reimbursed up to 50% of approved Weight Watchers fees and are encouraged to join a local group or participate in Online or At Work programs.Share your companys healthy habits with us and help us make Winter Park the healthiest place to work. AAA Winter Park is located on U.S. 17-92 in the Hollieanna Publix Shopping Center.

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Page 13 Whats your bodys biggest organ? You might have a big heart, but your biggest organ is your skin! In Florida, your skin gets plenty of exposure. Sun ex posure not only greatly increases wrinkles, but also increases your risk of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common cancer. Across the U.S., one in develop some form of skin cancer in his or her lifetime, mostly due to sun exposure. The rate of skin cancer has been increasing over the past that the ozone layer is damaged by some of the miracle chemi cals we have used. This reduces the earths atmospheric protection, so more of the damaging rays from the sun get to us. The most common form of skin cancer is basal cell carcinoma. Basal cell carcinomas typically look like open sores, red patches or scars. They are fairly easy to treat if found early, so dont delay having a health professional assess a sore that just wont heal. Squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common skin can cer, may look like red patches, open sores or elevated growths with a dent in the middle. These cancer cells can grow anywhere on your body including the inside of your mouth and where the sun doesnt shine, but most often they are in the areas with the most sun exposure, such as the tip of your ear, your lips, face, bald scalp, neck, hands, arms and legs. The most pernicious skin can cer is melanoma. In the past 20 years, the number of people diagnosed with this deadly cancer has more than doubled. Florida has the second highest rate, after California, of melanoma cases in the nation. Get your skin checked regu larly so cancers can be spotted early. Check your skin for any of these warning signs: not match the other half are ragged, not smooth shades of tan, black, brown inch shape, color or bleeding, itching, or tenderness While family history of skin cancer increases your risk, most skin cancers are preventable. The best prevention is to limit your exposure to the sun. Use daily skin cream with SPF. Use Wear those stylish hats that cover your face and the back of your neck. Go out in the sun, on lakes, after 4 p.m. It is also important to wear sunglasses. Blistering sunburns greatly increase your skin cancer risks. Maitland resident Nancy Rudner Lugo is a nurse practitioner and president of Health Action, offering workplace health consulting and nurse coaching. Visit www.healthaction.biz JOIN US FOR COMMUNITY S EMINAR E VENTS Tuesday, July 24, 2012, 6:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner Wednesday, July 25, 2012, 11:30 a.m. Complimentary Lunch Wednesday, July 25, 2012, 6:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner Held at SoNapa Grille 640 South Orlando Ave., MaitlandTheres no obligation to receive this valuable information!PLEASE RSVP TO (800) 849-1828.Meals and door prizes are provided. 2300 Temple Drive Winter Park, FL 32789 BaldwinFairchild.com STEI BF-GH_WinterPkMaitlandObserv_3colx5.indd 1 6/28/12 4:54 PM 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 When his parents get divorced and hes forced to move from New York to a small town in Indiana, Evan Goldman just wants to make friends and survive the school year. Thats the premise of the JCCs production this weekfeaturing an all-teen cast and an unfor gettable rock score by Tony Award-winning composer Jason The production has three show times: Friday, July 20, be purchased at the door or at Or landojcc.org. The performances Harriett & Hymen Lake Cultural Auditorium in Maitland. Parents, be aware the show contains some adult (or teenage!) themes and language and may not be appropriate for children younger If youre looking for an inexpensive way for your family to spend a Sunday, check out Summer Sundays at the JCCs pool and totally free for all JCC members! We supply lunch, music and themed swim games for your family and friends, as you enjoy our newly renovated pool area. is hosting its monthly Saturday well entertain them with games, activities, crafts, dinner and a movie, while you enjoy your evening out. Just pick up your the JCC. Come get your dance on in the JCCs Ballroom Dancing classes taught by Jason and Helen Frost of Lake Mary Dance Studio. and free for JCC members. Enjoy sics of popular Latin dances, such as the cha-cha, merengue, rumba and salsa. Wear sneakers and comfortable clothing. Couples ter by visiting the JCC. There are still four weeks to go this summer with Camp J! You can register your child for the rest of the summer or just one week to experience incredible activities, special-themed days and more. Check out our camp options at CampJ.org. You can register at the JCC. These are just a few of the things we have going on now at the JCC, but we have a number of incredible programs that run year-round, like our Early Child hood Learning Center (infants through Pre-K), Fitness Cen ter, teen and mens basketball leagues, J University after school program (which picks up from local schools), weekly senior ac tivities, personal training, group exercise classes, mommy and me classes and more. The JCC welcomes people of all faiths. For more information, visit OrlandoAmy Schwartz is marketing director of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando. Email her at amys@orlandojcc. orgProtecting your bodys biggest organ Dr. Nancy Rudner LugoHealth Action Amy SchwartzWhats up at the JCC?Lots of summer left at the JCC Summer Sundays at the pool

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Page 14 Opinions Ive always thought it was no accident dog is God backwards. And, well, maybe because I so LUV Winter Park, I guess its not surprising Winter Park and its residents so often LUV dogs. Surely its a reason upon the heap of others of why so many end up hanging around here on week ends, fur-kids and all. I think I really clued into the Winter Park connection with dogs last summer. I was out and about looking for interesting local occurrences, people and angles for how locals like to cool down in the heat. Id seen a woman ear lier with a dog, just walking the Avenue. She had on a tennis-type Later I see them sitting outside a yogurt shop, and soon his him spoon-by-spoon. He LUVed it, and I LUVed just how Winter Park it all was. Laughing at the sight, I ap proached the table and asked if I could take a photo and get some information. They live in College Park, but she said she LUVs to walk Park Avenue because its so dog friendly, and for her dog, Pascal, it has frequent water stops in addition to yogurt shops. This was a bit of a routine for them. This weekends sidewalk sale brought forth a slew of people, and the people and dog watching were without compare. I took the opportunity to speak with some of those on the Avenue to ask them why they were there, and what they thought of Winter Park. While none of what I heard surprised me, it was wonderful to hear just the same. from Oviedo, walking her dog, Chewy. She commented on the sale and the weather, adding, I like how its open and its nice and you can bring your dog. Again, not surprising, but if local merchants and community leaders ever doubt if the citys receptiveness to welcoming of fur-kids is a hit with those who LUV them, it is. Soon I was talking with two ladies who seemed on a mis sion. I dont remember how we started talking, but when I asked for opinions on Winter Park, they were ready and stopped mid-stride. One, Leah Moyer, Park that has in abundant sup ply, while so many other areas do not: She left and came back. This is my second round, she says. Ive lived here about a year ago. She and her friend, Jade fans. I love Park Avenue. I love the shops and stores. Theyve spoiled me, Moyer said. Its a great place to live. Shooz is one of my most favorites. Synergy is another one. She also mentions Thai Thai Sushi as a favorite restaurant, then talks about the ease of walking about to things and being a pedestrian. I ask Jade what she likes. Numerous places, she says. Whatever youre in the mood for, its here. Shes lived here theres any other place shed live she bluntly responds: No. She mentions favorite local establishWinter Park Fish Co. We agree on spending most of our time within The next person to cross my path captivated me with her from just outside Melbourne, Australia, and shes been in Orlando for the past two weeks teaching avatar classes. I LUV the gregarious, fun nature of Park so much so that during her two weeks staying on International Drive, this was her third time back in Winter Park. I love Winter Park, she said in that delightful Aussie way. It is absolutely beautiful here. Everyones so friendly. Everythings so clean. It just has a lovely, lovely feel about it. She called Winter Park one of those places you dont want to leave. And, lastly, she commented on some amazing ice cream shed had as the best in her Not long afterwards I was speaking with a couple with a Cocker Spaniel puppy named Lucy and a Yorkie named Stella, who was trying to adjust to no longer being an only child. The couple, James and Sonia, live in Longwood, but said theyre back on Park Avenue at least every other weekend. James again referred to the dog-friendliness of the street. Sonia expands, I love Winter Park because its pet friendly. Its great shopping, great restaurants. Then, she harkens back to a business I hear about again and again from those whove lived in Winter Park for a long period of time: The East India Ice Cream Co. I laugh as this has come up twice now, but Sonia doesnt know what I shared earlier recipes made at East India are now available at The Briarpatch just this morning as I called to same individual! I told Sonia and she cant believe it. Sheila Stokes, an employee from Talbots, comes out and calls to me to comment on my Facebook antics, so I ask her too. She said, I love the atmosphere. And, OK, Im just going to say it, I do love the wine bars. Lastly I talk with a young woman, Kristy, who usually works in Celebration, but was here for the weekend. Its just more established. Its nicer. Its got that old-time charm, feel. Youve got nostalgia here, she says of Winter Park. Early Sunday, the skies open up and some of the waiters from Prato rush to help push in racks of clothes to Downeast. Betsy, the employee who was in the store at the time, tells me how much she appreciated it. And I think again how much I LUV living in Winter Park.Clyde Moore I LUV Winter ParkWe highlight local businesses that are utilizing and selling items made by other locals. Send submissions to iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net Local Luvn Local SwitchFlops Local sometimes has a global angle. Take the super-popular products of Lindsay Phillips. Her SwitchFlops started right here locally. She went to high school in the area and attended Rollins College. Her footwear concept evolved from a high school art project of ceramic ip-ops. Amazed by the response, Lindsay began designing functional ops with colorful straps, each adorned by a unique button. Her idea evolved when she realized that by using hook and loop fastener she could create one shoe with many straps unlimited choices with minimal effort. This simple, yet brilliant innovation was the birth of SwitchFlops. Lindsay applied for a patent on her idea before she graduated high school. SwitchFlops made its retail debut in January 2007 at the Surf Expo Trade Show in Orlando, where it was showcased as a new and innovative product. Her motto: Change your look, not your sole! Theyre now sold around the world and available locally at Leisa Lovely Designs in Fern Park (7800 S Hwy 17-92). Visit lindsay-phillips.com Letters to the editor Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.comSurreptitious notice to residentsed a Planning and Zoning meeting that I learned about at 4 p.m. The citizens of Winter Park were sur reptitiously noticed about this meeting that was rescheduled both with regard to date and time. During the meeting very important changes for the south block of Park Avenue, from Comstock to Fairbanks, were approved by the Planning and Zon beauty salons and real estate companies, etc., to occupy space on the street level. Currently the only businesses of these Avenue buildings are those that have been grandfathered. This was to create and district. Were property owners on the remain der of Park Avenue informed about this meeting? How do those who in recent years have had these same requests denied because of current codes feel about this? How do citizens feel about this? I am opposed to code changes for important to weigh in on this issue, come to the City it will be presented for approval.Sally Flynn Winter ParkNew taxes under the health care actThe U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June is constitutional. The main issue before the Court was whether or not the government could force individuals to purchase health the insurance mandate could survive as Constitution guarantees that individuals may avoid taxation by inactivity. Assuming the law is not repealed through the legislative process, American citizens now may face new or increased taxes in the near future. The following is a list of the major tax provisions created under the Act. Lets begin with probably the most controversial and broad sweeping: citizens and legal residents are required to have health insurance. Individuals who fail to maintain minimum essential coverage are subject to the penalties in the attached table. The threshold amount is the amount threshold are exempt from the penalty. payroll tax increases from 2.9 percent to This additional tax, subject to employon wages over the relevant thresholds percent. Although the tax will not apply to the employer portion, employers do have a withholding obligation and are liable for the tax if they fail to withhold the tax from employees. will be imposed on net investment income of single taxpayers with adjusted gross inNet investment income is interest, dividends, royalties, rents, gross income from a trade or business involving passive activities, and net gain from disposition of property (other than property held in a trade or business). If capital gains on a and the income threshold is met, the excess However, the new tax will not apply to income in tax-deferred retirement accounts exempt bonds. pre-tax salary deferrals they can make into There is no cap under current law. who face high medical expenses will only be allowed a deduction for expenses to the Insurance Plans Also known as the tax on Cadillac Health Insurance Plans. These are plans that provide extensive coverage and are generally fully or mostly this provision imposes a new 40 percent excise tax on the employer-paid premiums for taxpayers who are covered by such plans. or increased taxes on some, but it will certainly increase the complexity of our tax system for most. Ron Tamayo Founder and partner Maitland-based Moisand Fitzgerald Tamayo LLC Year P enalty greater of: P ercent of excess household income over the threshold: 2014 . . . . . . . $95 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......................................................... 1.0% 2015 . . . . . . . $325 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......................................................... 2.0% 2016 and after . . . ......... $695* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......................................................... 2.5%* Indexed for ination after 2016.No place like Park

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Page 15 Chris Jepson PerspectivesLouis Roney Play On!Everything in sight to do with our government gets larger at every glance. it stops nobody knows! The so-called Obamacare bill which is a tax as every body now knows is part of a political ploy to swallow up all health care and put it under government control. The end of the line is, of course, socialism, an end that I foresaw and predicted in this column under the name Phoenix some seven years ago. It is the America that Obama and the Democratic Party have created with the willing assistance of the American media, Hollywood, unions, universities, the Communist Party of America, and numer ous anti-American local and foreign entities. Barack Obama has brought more destruction upon this country in four years than any other event in the history of our nation, but it is just the beginning of what he and his comrades are capable of. Thomas Sowell Benjamin Franklin Obamas health care as leftist insanity. It is the pinnacle of kook success, she says. She foresees more joblessness and concomitant depression. Monica is a woman of great sense and phenomenal guts! What has happened here makes the leftist democracies of Western Europe look like pikers. Obama health care has nothing to do with your health. It is a ploy to grab power, and is the biggest tax When the government controls health care, it controls one-sixth of the economy and it controls you. Obama now has increased government massively and has an enormous new source of income. His plan is all about wealth redistribution. In the health care bill there are, we have now the greatest tax increaser in the his tory of our republic! The Supreme Court Obama can use without limit. Of course there is no way to pay for all of this so it may eventually bankrupt the USA mak ing us a Third World country, which is the dream of Obama, Soros and company. Of course, the downfall will occur on someone elses watch after Obama is one else to blame. Watch what happens with your doctor(s). Will you even be able to see your own doctor? Will doctors be forced to take many more patients? Will they unionize? Will they retire? Who will be on the panel that will decide what medication or procedure you will get? Will your doctor become a puppet of the federal government instead of your mentor? Monica Crowley asks, What the (Bleep) Just Happened?(her new book) noting that Obama has raised spending ever on the middle class. Obama doesnt need a middle class, he needs a pauper class who will go along with his insanity just look abroad. The American people hate whats happening to our country. And, Miss Nancy, the Democrats passed the health care bill, and what we see in this bill, we dont like! If this terrible bill is allowed to stand, it may be the beginning of the end of our constitution and our freedom. We have never been a people to lie down and accept defeat. and our future!About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) Henry David Thoreau Some suggest that the study of philosophy is to prepare one to die. Gracefully, I might add. A rational rejoinder might be, No, Chris, such inquiry is to facilitate the graceful life. Ah, nuance. One and the same, perhaps, much as Thalia and Melpomene are the balancing faces of drama, of life. Ive concluded that what the world (life) has quite enough of is sorrow. There is pain a-plenty for all. Few walk into a bar and order a round of sorrow for the house. Yet that is what is served up fresh daily. Sorrow is relentless. Decay and death is the human condition and de pending on the individual, at some point our mental tickers all start tocking, and the literal countdown is recognized for ably, this is when grace matters most. If you have enough (lifes necessities) your life you reasonably ask, How do I want to spend my time? I phrase it a my mind? This is where the insidious nature of sorrow intervenes; it consumes your mind. You can be experiencing a most joyful moment and the smallest prompt will redirect your revelry to dark, maddening thoughts of disappointment, disheartenment or despair. Sorrow, by any other name. Oh, and as so many understand, there are much more sorrowful events in life than death. And, who among us wants to dock their boat very long at that port? Much of life is a redirect. Whats the expression? When handed a lemon, make lemonade out of it. Vomit. My natural inclination is to slap (vigorously resisted) such simplistic sentiments out of the purveyor. But I do understand the necessity for such an outlook. I do. Sorrow is not the only unavoidable intrusion that saps ones time, ones mind. Pettifoggery. Banality. Insipidness. De pending on your tolerance, any number of lifes everyday experiences will and do regularly intrude upon your mind, yet as So where shall one ultimately spend art (all forms). Beauty. And words. Topics I will explore in upcoming columns: Are redneck zombies worse than Manhattan zombies?; Bridges I have crossed; Waiter! Waiter! Ill have a than what is done in its name?; DangleyDown-Parts; The take I took; Cloning ones self; Prosperity gospel; My son applying to be the Nightshift Jesus; Life its a receipt book that keeps getting thin are you going to place above it?; Babies better than dawgs sometimes; Life goes on while youre dying; The double-bub bler; Schwanz & Tucker Winter Park lawyers and, I have no schedule but I do have an agenda. Another topic is all-time great lines when Homers Odysseus returned home to his wife, Penelope. He had spent seven exquisite goddess Calypso. How well would that explanation go today? Is that an illustration of unfaithful but loyal? Perhaps Odysseus merely explained he 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.USWhere I spend my mind Where it stops nobody knows Most dog and cat owners visit tra pets medical needs, but having a per sonalized visit from your friendly, fully licensed and compassionate veterinar ian may be just what the doctor ordered. There was a time when our own medical needs were met by visiting doctors who made house calls for varying reasons. Maybe you were sick and couldnt get out of bed to go to a hospital. Maybe you were elderly and didnt have the means to drive yourself to a clinic. Maybe you were so busy and had a multiple children household and going to the doctor with kids in tow was out of the question. Wouldnt it be awesome if we still had traveling doctors who would cater How amazing would it be if we had a caring doctor who would come to you if you were too busy to drive to a clinic and didnt have the time or the patience to sit all day in the waiting room? Wouldnt it be great if we didnt have to stress out our kids with gathering everyone to get to the hospital or even expose them to possible diseases that may be in the hospital environment? Well, the days of traveling doctors are back, at least for our pets. We are called veterinary house call practices. We specialize in personalized attention to all your children (dogs and cats). We eliminate the hassle of transporting your pet to the animal clinic. We are for the busy moms juggling young children, pets and other appointment schedules. We are for the busy profes sionals with precious time constraints who can value the convenience and time saved with quality home service. We are a great option for a dog or cat in his or her later years with debilitat ing conditions, or who gets extremely anxious traveling in a car. Another time to use us may be during the end-of-life choice for your dog or cat. A caring, loving house call veterinarian can make this painful time less stressful for you and your pet. We can help you say good-bye in a familiar environment, with dignity and compassion in the most the same services as your tradi tional veterinary clinics. These include: In-home physical exams Annual blood work Heartworm tests Fecals Urinalysis Allergy testing Microchips Puppy and kitten care Senior pet care travel diarrhea Euthanasia Food delivery Medication delivery and certain other diagnostics are per So the next time you think about your caring friendly doctor who walks in carrying a small black medical bag, it may very well be your house call veterinarian coming for a personalized house call and making sure all your pet children are doing great and liv Dr. Tiffany Jamieson of Paws Calls Veterinary House Call Practice is a veterinarian specializing in house calls. She offers a discount of 15 percent off a rst veterinary house call visit through winterparklostpets.com She can be reached at pawscalls.comVeterinarians come callingDR. TIFFANY JAMIESON Guest Writer Dr. Tiffany Jamieson MORE PLACES SHOULD TAKE YOUR LEAD. TTHOm M AS EEDISON NEVER INTENDED FOR UTILITY WIRES TO BE UP IN THE AIR ON THOSE NOW HUGE POLLS. P PATY WWRIGHT Heres what a Facebook user had to say about the July 12 article Undergrounding nearly half done:

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OBSERVER EXCLUSIVE: The East India Ice Cream Co. is alive and well on the Avenue just in a new form. Page 14 Clyde Moore Lifestyles Winter Park Cheer Athletics is expanding its programs thanks to a new gym, which is three times larger. Page 9 Healthy Living Winter Park studio offers dance classes for students with Down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy. Page 11 Calendar Hob nob with candidates at the Winter Park Political Mingle on Monday, July 23, at the Civic Center. Page 7 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 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 Cottam Dr. Ross Wheeler Sealing City Hall South Park rezoning vote July 23 Class teaches women how to ght back No! Stop! Get away! Help! Chocolate milk! It doesnt matter what you yell, it just matters that you do, says Win zalez. Gonzalez stands in front of a room of women in Winter Park Po lice Department headquarters as each of them takes a turn simulta comes to mind, as they palm strike a resistance pad she holds. Again, she says, it doesnt mat ter where you imagine yourself striking an attacker, just that you do. But, the nose, eyes, ears, chin and groin, she advises, are all rela Visualize yourself driving your hand through their body, she says, demonstrating the move, her palm striking the pad with an echoing smack. And always keep your hands up protect your face. The women stand in warning stance, dominant foot angled onestep back, weight evenly distribut ed, as they yell and strike the pad following her example. In practice, they giggle over how foolish they feel, a normal response, Gonza lez says, as this isnt meant to feel natural. But the reality of what and why these women are learn ing these skills couldnt be further from funny. If an attacker approaches you, Fast food may have been shot down on Park Avenue, but govern ings could be coming if a proposed change gets the green light from the City Commission on Monday. May to the citys zoning codes for Park Avenue. One would allow any restaurant to be located on Park Av enue south of Comstock Avenue. The second would grant permitted use to any of more than a dozen to operate at street level alongside dining. Currently such businesses are relegated to upper levels. At least one resident is con cerned about how quietly changes were proposed. The Planning and Zoning Board meetings time and date were changed at the last min ute, resident Sally Flynn said. The meetings original scheduled time was 7 p.m. July 3, but it was can celed and the only notice given of a rescheduling happened July 2 on another calendar, Flynn said. There was nobody there, be cause nobody knew about it, Fly nn said. Only one of two changes dis cussed at the meeting was ap proved by the P&Z board al es have begun as the city of Maitland starts its move into its bigger and better city hall this week. Boxes are packed and ready in the current City Hall facility, just waiting to be moved to the new, double-the-size location just a sidewalk path away. Its been a long time com ing, City Manager Jim Wil liams says, as he navigates the of the new three-story struc ture. After a year of construction, and more than half a decades worth of planning, the citys newest step toward down town redevelopment is a few complete. Williams says the building is scheduled to open to the public on Monday, July 23, though that evenings City Council meeting will still be held in the old chambers. The ed for the new space. Its been seven years since residents approved a referen dum that issued $8.5 million in station and police station. The city hall is the last of the three just feet away last year. Maitland has been strug gling to jumpstart its down town revitalization, seeing two developers come and go over the last decade with no change to the four-block area. The new city hall, Mayor Howard Schieferdecker said, is the cata lyst for the downtown. Several developers are working with the city on proposals for the area. The whole thing is basi cally starting our downtown, Schieferdecker said. Its the downtown. A new, sleek wooden dais sits in the front of the still PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE OBSERVER Heidi Dotson takes a swing at a punching bag held by instructor Kaitlin Gonzalez dur ing a self-defense safety course taught by the Winter Park Police Department. PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Maitlands new City Hall towers over Independence Lane, down the street from the old Hall that will be demolished to make way for a parking lot for the new downtown. Please see CITY HALL on page 3 Please see ZONING on page 2 Please see SAFE on page 2 ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff SARAH WILSON Observer Staff To keep up to date with the nishing touches and progress of the new Maitland City Hall, which is located at the same address as the current building, 1776 Independence Lane, visit the citys website, itsmymaitland.com SARAH WILSON Observer Staff

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Page 2 the only thing you have guaranteed is you, Gonzalez says. These Winter Park women are taking part in a free SAFE program (Self-defense Awareness & Familiarization Exchange) hosted by the WPPD in partnership with Victim Service Center of Central Florida in hopes of curbing violence against teen and techniques, options and prevention tips to those who attend. The classes are all about prepared ness, said Gina Costa, executive director of the Victims Service Center. Its about safety and awareness of your surround ings. The Winter Park Police Department has hosted 24 of these workshops since July 2011, Sgt. Jamie Loomis said, and have reached an estimated 300 residents so far. Since June, the Maitland Police Depart the same SAFE program in its Community Park for women age 18 and older. Both cit ies limit class sizes to give individualized, hands-on attention to participants Mai 25 in Winter Park. These classes, regardless of where you live or how safe you feel, Costa says, help teach women how they can help prevent becoming another statistic. You cant assume that just because youre in Winter Park or anywhere else, that crime cant happen to you, Costa said. According to the 2010 National Inti mate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, in Florida, 17 percent of women experience rape in their lifetime and 41.8 percent of women experience a form of sexual vio lence other than rape. Add to that the 8,658 total violent crimes reported in Orange County in 2011, and Costa and Gonzalez both say theyd rather have women be safe than sorry. Im all about being independent and not asking for help but theres a point in time where you shouldnt be afraid to ask for help, Gonzalez said. Whether thats for an escort to walk you to your car at night or when you get home to your drive way and things just dont seem right. Monica Mao, of Maitland, attended the Winter Park SAFE class on July 12. She said the course taught her to be more aware and prepared to situations she could face in daily life or during one of her morning runs on Cady Way Trail. I think its very good just to have the basic information on how to protect your self, she said. Next month she hopes to bring her teenage daughter to share the courses information with her as well. Ulane Holliday, of Winter Park, says she left the class feeling more empowered than when she entered. It gave me all kinds of ideas, she said. You really start to realize the power you have in you after learning these tech niques. Palm and knee strikes, the assertive warning stance and how to escape an at tackers grasp from an angle are all basic skills that can prove invaluable if someone is ever put in a situation where they may The other option someone has is to comply with the attacker and work to survive that way. Gonzalez said that just as no two crimes are the same, neither are the reactions a person will have when put in such a situation. The decision between gives you the option. Everyones journey to survival is a personal one, she said. Avenue. The proposal to have fast food res taurants along the Avenue was shot down. But Winter Park Chamber of Commerce President Patrick Chapin said that fears of drive-through restaurants wouldnt have come to fruition, even if it had passed. Nobodys objecting about Tropical Park Avenue, Chapin said. Fast food scares people, but I dont think [entrepre neurs] are thinking about drive-throughs, theyre thinking about Panera (Bread) and things like that. Chapin said that the goal of those pro posed changes was to start a conversation could be more at home on Park Avenue south of Comstock Avenue. said. Thats why a place like BurgerFi can work down there, I think. Commissioner Carolyn Cooper agreed that walkable businesses, including res taurants, could be a good idea. She said she welcomed the idea of BurgerFi, the new restaurant on the south end of the block that opened on Monday. Its just helpful to keep the continuity so that people will continue to enjoy their pedestrian experience on Park Avenue, Cooper said. We need people to keep walking. mended proposal that could open the gate for businesses ranging from medical of Farrah, whose Bajalia Trading Company is thriving on the south end of the Avenue, new business around her could be a good thing, as long as its local. I dont have a problem with local busi ness, no matter who they are and what they are, Farrah said. I love diversity on the Avenue. I think thats good for us. Flynn said she worried that if business enue are allowed to move in, it could leave the wrong impression to visitors coming from the south end. If you have cosmetic treatments, mas sage therapists, its just not going to be Park Avenue, Flynn said. I just feel that is there should be an eye catcher that says, this is Park Avenue. On June 23, the City Commission will discuss the potential for new business types and code changes for the Avenue, of the ordinance. Chapin said that he looks forward to broadening the conversation about what could help revive the south end of the Avenue. Its just ideas right now, he said. The alternative is vacant storefronts, and weve done that, and done that really well, Chapin said. 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Crimes, regardless of gender, committed in Winter Park and reported to the Winter Park Police Department from July 1, 2011 through July 16, 2012: Sexual battery 10 Aggravated Battery 16 Battery 111 Felony battery 3 Felony domestic battery 7 Domestic battery 73 Robbery to a person 23 Crimes, regardless of gender, committed in Maitland and reported to the Maitland Police Department from January-December 2011: Murder 1 Rape 4 Robbery 5 Aggravated Assault 21 Source: Winter Park and Maitland police departments To learn more about the free SAFE classes in Winter Park and to keep up-to-date on when the next sessions will be offered, visit the Winter Park Police Departments website, wppd.org. For more information on when Maitland will hold its next monthly class, visit itsmymaitland.com For tips on how not to become a victim of a crime, and what to do if you are, visit the Victim Service Center of Central Floridas website at victimservicecenter.com. VSC also offers a 24hour sexual assault hotline for those in need, at 407-497-6701. SAFE | High number of women are attack victims ZONING | Chapin hopes for less vacancies on Park C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The alternative is vacant storefronts, and weve done that, and done that really well. So the question is: Is it time to have a discussion about the pros and cons about other businesses? Patrick Chapin

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Page 3 Council chambers. Sunlight streams in the room a stark comparison to the wood-paneled, windowless room where the Council currently operates. Its light, bright and cheery, Schieferdecker said. A place that itll be really nice to work and meet in. Williams says the new chamber will nearly to 140 people. And the chairs will all be remov able, allowing the space to be utilized for other events than just city meetings. lows the city to house all of its internal services under one roof, and, Schieferdecker says, also provides room for expansion once the economy In coming months, the old city hall will be leveled and turned into a parking lot to accom modate more parking for city hall, its surround ing park and, once developed, the downtown Maitland area. Its getting us and developers excited for the future, Schieferdecker said. Chuck Jordan, director of the citys leisure services department, is working to organize a grand-opening ceremony for the new city hall, likely be sometime in late August, Schieferdeck er said, so that any and all kinks can be worked out once the city is all moved into its new home. Were all so excited about it but we want to make sure everything is right. Fredlund Fine Arts Fredlund Fine Arts LLC 1143 Orange Avenue, Winter Park 407-622-0102 fredlundgallery.com Mon-Fri: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.Parking in rear off MinnesotaFredlund Fine Arts LLC is galleries in Central Florida. Although we specialize in Florida Art, we carry a and animal art. We are a full service gallery offering original paintings, sculptures, prints and framing. Wednesday, July 18 6 to 9 p.m. Meet Peter Pettegrew DENNINGORANGE AVEMINNESOTA FAIRBANKS 1143 ORANGE AVE17-92 Maitland Coin & Currency Showat theMaitland Civic Center 641 South Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751FREE ADMISSIONShow open to the public Buy Sell AppraisalsFor more information call or visitOrlando Coin Exchange 6301 S. Orange Avenue Orlando, FL 32809www.MaitlandCoinShow.comorlandocoinexchange@gmail.com407-730-3116 Sunday, July 22nd9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Free coin for all children 12 and under 22 SUN CITY HALL | New City Council chamber will nearly double seating capacity to more than 130 spectators C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Maitlands City Hall still needs some nishing touches but is nearly ready for a July 23 grand opening, which will include a public invite to tour the facilities that completely replace the old City Hall.

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Page 4 TOMMY BAHAMA FALL 2012 SAMPLE COLLECTION PLUS NEW MERCHANDISE IN SIZES MEDIUM XXLARGE OUR NEW LONGER SHOP HOURS: Monday through Saturday 11AM to 6PM (Closed on Sundays) (between Princeton & Ivanhoe) Business Briefs Community Bulletin Summer of Dreams kicks off second year Fifth Third Banks Summer of Dreams has spirit! That spirit was reected by the pom-poms in the air for the pep rally kick-off at the downtown branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida (BGCCF). Supporters and sponsors gath ered to kick off the second year of Sum mer of Dreams a program providing homeless students in Central Florida up to 10 weeks of free summer camp, two meals per day, mentoring and school sup plies, as well as nancial counseling for their parents. Visit www.TheSummerof Dreams.com or call 407-657-4818. Ofcer saves a life while off-duty While on vacation in South Florida, Driv ers Mart Hero and Orlando Police Ofcer Izzy Hernandez rescued a small boy who was drowning in a lagoon. Hernandez performed rescue breathing on the unre sponsive child and thanks to his quick ac tions, the 5-year-old made a full recovery. David Hicks, also a Drivers Mart Hero, is among a group of dedicated adult vol unteers who promote and support youth sports in Central Florida. As a volunteer board member for the Central Florida Kraze/Krush Soccer Club, he has raised more than $60,000 for scholarships to help families in need participate in the sports league. Local student honored for academic achievements Jonathan Hill of Maitland, a senior at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, is listed on the honor roll with distinction. Winter Park families can apply to host international students Ayusa is looking for American families in the Winter Park area interested in host ing international high school students for the 2012-2013 school year. Visit www. ayusa.org or contact Ellen Barr at 407310-8330. A&H museum accepting applications for artist program The Art and History Museums Maitland (A&H) announces a call to artists to par ticipate in its 2012-2013 Artist-in-Action (AIA) program. This program provides non-residential studio space to an estab lished or emerging artist for the profes sional practice and research of ne art. The deadline for applications is Aug. 1. Visit www.ArtandHistory.org to apply. Artistic workshops available for all ages Enjoy a summer of art and history ex ploration at the Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H). The A&H continues its lineup of classes for adults and children this summer. To register, call 407-5392181 or visit www.ArtandHistory.org Road to Recovery program looking for volunteers The American Cancer Societys Road to Recovery program is currently recruiting volunteers to drive local cancer patients to and from their chemotherapy and ra diation treatments in Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. For more information, contact your local American Cancer Soci ety ofce at 1-877-901-2862. If you are a cancer patient seeking more information about the Road to Recovery program, call 1-800-227-2345 or visit cancer.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com Coalition for the Homeless of Cen tral Florida recently received a grant from Enterprise Holdings Foundation with the help of the Hol ler-Classic Group of dealerships. A check in the amount of $1,500 was presented by Cindy Reeves, Enter prise Holdings Group Rental Man ager in Longwood to Brent Trotter, president/CEO of Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, at the home ofces of Holler-Classic. Wilson McCoy, P.A. (Wilson McCoy), a new law rm in the city of Maitland and new member of the Chamber of Commerce, held its open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, July 11. The rm, comprised of attorneys Gary D. Wilson and Nathan A. McCoy, applies a combined 30 years of experience in employment, commercial and contractual matters. Wilson McCoy is located in the First Colony Bank Building, 711 N. Orlando Ave., Ste. 202. For more information, call 407-803-5400 or visit www.wilsonmccoylaw.com The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission recently elected Vice Chair man Kenneth Wright to serve as chairman, effective July 1. Wright, of Winter Park, has served on the Commission since August 2007. Massey Services presented a pledge on June 27 for $250,000 to the Central Florida Veterans Memorial Park Foundation (CFVMPF) for construction of the Memorial to the Fallen at Lake Nona. Craig Diamond recently joined The Balmoral Group, headquartered in Maitland, as regional manager, economics. He will lead the rms new Tallahassee ofce. Herzing University Online has earned accreditation for its MSN Nursing Education, MSN Nursing Management and RN to BSN Bridge programs from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. NAI Realvest recently negotiated three lease agreements with local tenants totaling 6,206 square feet of industrial space at Hanging Moss CommerCenter and Goldenrod CommerCenter in Orlando. Michael Heidrich, principal at NAI Realvest, negotiated a new lease agreement with EC Events, LLC for 2,000 square feet at 6112 Hanging Moss Road and a lease renewal agreement with Paramount Drywall for 2,000 square feet at 6100 Hanging Moss Road. Maitland-based COP-Hanging Moss, LLC is the landlord. At Goldenrod CommerCenter, Heidrich negotiated a renewal agreement with Black Forge, LLC for 2,206 square feet at 1468 N. Goldenrod Road. COP-Goldenrod, LLC of Maitland is the landlord. Brent Trotter Winter Park team in World Series Twelve girls, three coaches and their families will be representing the Babe Ruth Softball League in the Re gional Championships in Greenville, N.C., playing against the best teams in the U.S. The Winter Park team has already been invited to the World Series in Alachua, Fla., in August. Help support the team by making a donation and becoming a sponsor! Also, Winter Parks 12U Boys team is moving on to the regionals. Visit www.indiegogo.com/winterpark12U to donate. Holocaust survivor honored for her volunteering One of Central Floridas most active volunteers, Helen Greenspun is be ing honored by the USA networks Characters Unite campaign, which identies leaders in addressing so cial injustices and bridging cultural divides. As a Holocaust survivor from Poland, her lifes purpose has been to raise awareness and be a voice for those who did not survive. For more information, visit charactersunite.com

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Page 5 A three-game skid had the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs reeling after a seven-game win ning streak was snapped in dra matic fashion last week, but they came clawing back. The Dawgs had risen into a tie giate Summer League standings with a long string of wins over all of their rivals. That had pulled them from a tailspin that saw them just above a tie for fourth place. But that streak came to a crash ing halt against longtime thornin-their-side DeLand, which lev eraged an unusually low-scoring pair of wins to sweep a double header on its home diamond. Three DeLand pitchers would combine in game two to two-hit the Dawgs July 12, in a 4-0 game that was shortened to seven in nings. That preceded a shocking 7-4 loss July 13 to the Orlando Monarchs, one of two teams that hadnt defeated the Dawgs all season. The Dawgs were actually winning that game through the top of the eighth inning before the Monarchs went on a four-run spree that started with two outs and a strike on Albert Lefran. The Dawgs couldnt come back from that devastating blow. The Dawgs took sweet revenge on the hapless Sanford River Rats pitching in a 13-6 blowout. In a bold move, the Rats left in starter Mike Glassic for all nine of the earned runs he allowed in four innings of work, which sent his ERA into the stratosphere despite Though the Dawgs hot-hit ting Michael Danner picked up a hit and two RBIs in the game, his season-long league-leading batting average continued its slow tumble to .386. Most of the batting order picked up at least an RBI in the process, with Sean Trent and Tyler Rocklein batting 1.000 for the game. After the break, the Dawgs will return to their home dia mond at 7 p.m. on Thursday against league-leader Leesburg. At 7 p.m. on Friday theyll take do Freedom. W h i c h l i n e g i v e s y o u t h e b e s t c h a n c e f o r s u ccess? A c c or ding t o pa y checkf or lif e .c om thr ee A mer icans en t er ing r etir emen t t oda y ar e pr ojec t ed t o outliv e their L ear n ho w t o pr ot ec t y our r etir emen t ac c oun t fr om losses main tain upside pot en tial and maximiz e y our lif etime inc ome C all us t oda y f or y our PERSONALIZED SAFE MONE Y REPOR T .I llustr a tion per iod: 1 -1-2000 thr ough 1-1-2012. Each e xample sho wn assumes $100,000 initial pr emium with no withdr a w als M ar ket v alue based on the S&P 500 Index. 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He may be contacted at A SafeHarbor, LLC, PO Box 3167, Winter Park, FL, 32790, telephone 407/644-6646 or e-mail BobAdams@ASafeHarbor.com Find I LUV Winter Park merchandise and local art at ILUVParkAvenue.com407-539-3977 PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER BurgerFi partners Henry Talerico, left, and Jim Pagano helped celebrate their restaurants pre-grand opening on Park Avenue Sunday. Dawgs streak reverses course ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff BurgerFi hits Park

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Page 6 CoffeeTalk Please join me for a cup of cof fee Thursday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the Winter Park Wel come Center located at 151 W. Ly Talk gathering. This is the citys seventh year in holding these residents that have a latte on their minds or some beans to grind. This is your opportunity to talk with me in an informal environ ment and ask me any questions related to city business. Special & Wine Bar for donating the cof fee. Hope to see you there! City Commission meeting There will be a City Commis sion meeting Monday, July 23, at 3:30 p.m., in City Hall Commis sion Chambers located at 401 Park Ave. S. Below are a few topics of interest: Mayors Report Blaze 12 and under baseball teams 2011-2012 season Felix Raudales, Streets Division Non-action Items changes to City Tree Preservation Ordinance Consent Agenda 9. tracts: Environments of Central Florida, and authorize the mayor to ex ecute the contract. Florida contract with Verizon Wireless for mobile communica tion services, and authorize the mayor to execute the contract. ment to contribute to Habitat for Humanity for the purchase of a building lot at 626 W. Comstock Ave. Action Items Requiring Discussion Public Hearings Park: revising the permitted uses along Park Avenue, south of Comstock Avenue. to amend the Advisory Board Or Winter Park Beautiful and Sus tainable Advisory Board by com bining the Environmental Review Beautiful Board) quiet zones City Commission Reports sions full agenda at cityofwin terpark.org and by clicking on Government > City Commission > Packets. Household hazardous waste disposal The city of Winter Park in part nership with Waste Pro and A-1 hold hazardous waste disposal for all city residents Saturday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m. to noon, at the Public Works Compound located at 1409 Howell Branch Road, directly be hind Fire Station 64. The following items will be ac cepted: paint is not hazardous waste and when dried out, it can be disposed of with your regular household trash. Paint can be dried out by drying agents such as saw dust or kitty litter.) lar alkaline batteries can go in trash) sions, VCRs, DVD players, FAX machines, CD players & stereos) Drugs and prescription medications: scription Reclamation Station in the lobby of the Public Safety Fa cility located at 500 N. Virginia Ave., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Here are some helpful tips for a city residency drivers license or utility bill statement. materials in their original contain ers with its original labeling. Un known items will not be accepted. only be accepted Saturday, Aug. 4, from 8 a.m. to noon. Items delivered before or af ter this time will not be accepted. dential use only. No contractors please. Thank you for helping keep the city green and properly dispos ing of your household hazardous waste materials. For additional information, please call 407-5993364. Popcorn Flicks in Central Park Due to the inclement weather last week, The Great Muppet Caper has been rescheduled to Thursday, July 26, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Central Park in down town Winter Park. Popcorn Flicks is presented by the city of Winter Park and Enzian Theater. Bring your blanket or chair to enjoy the free movie under the stars in Cen tral Park. Free popcorn for every one. For more information, please call 407-629-0054 or visit enzian. org Open positions A complete job description of the following open positions can be found at cityofwinterpark.org > Employment: Wastewater Plant Operator; $15.67 $24.36/hr. Senior Maintenance Service Worker Streets; $12.28 $19.09/ hr. Utility Equipment Operator I Wastewater Collection; $13.53 $21.04/hr. Utility Service Worker I Wastewater Collection; $12.28 $19.09/hr. $13.53 $21.04/hr. Visit the citys ofcial website at cityofwinterpark.org, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and watch us on Vimeo. The July 9, 2012, Maitland City Council meeting was a posi tive turning point in the partner ship of the recently formed Art & History Museums Mait land (A&H) and the city. There had been a strained relationship these past seven months regard ing the running and funding of the Maitland Art and History Center. The culmination of that unrest was an agenda item at the Council meeting to termi nate A&Hs lease. More than 150 people came to the meeting to show their support for A&H. In addition, a number of art asso ciations were present, including United Arts of Central Florida, the Arts & Cultural Alliance and the Fringe Festival, who also ex pressed their support of A&H. Prior to this meeting, about a year after the merger of the Mait land Art Center and the Maitland Historical Society in May of 2010, a 51-year lease with the city was agreed to with a probationary one-year period. This probation ary period allowed the city to cancel the lease at any time with out cause. About six months after the lease was signed in Decem ber of 2011, concerns were raised by some members of Council regarding the performance of A&H. Subsequently with the city budget revenue projections com ing forward and being of con cern, these same council mem bers recommended that the city take over the operation of the Art and History Center. By doing this, they felt that the city could the city money. After a few workshops be tween the city and A&H, A&H came up with the following pro posal to address the Council con cerns about the citys budget: support to the Art and History Center 15 percent from $425,000 in 2012 to $361,250 in 2013. of A&H becoming 100 percent the lease agreement A&H had nancially independent from the city or until the year 2030.) This will save the city millions of dol years. period of the lease one year from Sept. 30, to Sept. 30, 2013. Even with this new proposal in place, some Council members felt that we could still do better by having the city take it over. However, the remaining Council members were very encouraged by this new proposal by A&H. When the termination of the lease was included on the agenda for July 9, I was glad. This gave us the opportunity to put this issue to bed and get on with the positive development of A&H. In the past seven months, a lot of time has been spent at meetings and preparing and re viewing documents. This took a lot of time away from A&H be ing able to do what they needed to do to continue to move ahead and prosper. After a presentation from council members and A&H representatives and a long public period, the decision was unani mous not to terminate the lease but to extend the probationary period of the lease for one year from Sept. 30 to Sept. 30, 2013. Now we all need to work togeth er to make A&H the great suc cess that it is in the process of be coming. I am committed to do so. City Council Agenda of July 23 City Council meets the sec ond and fourth Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for July 23 in the Council Chambers, 1776 Independence Lane. Below is the agenda for that meeting. Public Hearing 2012-01 (AZ) Lakes of Maitland Condominium Association Inc. Zoning (Text) Amendment Consent Agenda work Solutions & Verizon Wire less Decision Items: (TRIM), Date, Time & Place for Public Hearing Recreation Advisory Board (2) Pension Trust Fund Board Councilwoman Frosch Discussion For updates, visit www.itsmy maitland.com Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Turning point for Art and History Fixed and secure payments for life with a payout rate often higher than that Immediate tax deduction Personal satisfaction that your generosity will impact students and faculty well into the future r rfntrtnbbrfn tb n f b bb rf ftf f t ff f f f bbf r*Tax deduction may vary according to your gift date and amount. Gift annuity rates are subject to change as interest rates vary and whether it is a oneor two-life gift annuity. Popcorn Flicks

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Page 7 Calendar Join Today! Get Involved!Winter Park Republican Womens GroupLuncheon Meetings held monthly at the Winter Park Racquet Club. Spouses welcome! Call 407-718-9355 for more information. Notice to Patients Winter Park Urology-East 7806 Lake Underhill Road, Suite 106 Orlando, Fl 32822Effective July 2, 2012 the Winter Park Urology East Orlando location will be closed. To ensure continuity of care, Julio C. Gundian, MD, David H. Jablonski, MD, Javier Miller, Jr., MD, and Inoel Rivera, MD will continue seeing patients at the Waterford Lakes location at 11317 Lake Underhill Road, Suite 100, Orlando FL 32825. 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The 29th Annual Beat-the-Heat 5k Road Race is Thursday, July 19, from 7-9 p.m. at Roth JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave. The cost is $20, or $25 the day of the race. Contact Eli Bercovici at 407-6455933, ext. 259, or EliB@orlandojcc.org LCC Finance presents a class on La dies Setting the Ground for Retiring on Thursday, July 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. Call 407-6477700 to register. Winter Park Chambers Business After Hours: Be among the rst to experience The Bistros new oyster bar from 5:307:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 19, at 348 N. Park Ave. Enjoy an evening of networking in the renovated restaurant. The cost is $5 for members and $15 for non-members. Visit WinterPark.org JULY 20 Learn about the ABCs of Caregiving at Marks Street Senior Center, 99 E. Marks St. Classes will be from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on the following Fridays: July 20, July 27 and Aug. 3. For more information, call 407-843-1910, ext. 305, or email Jenni fer@ADRCcares.org Please join Bright House Networks and NBC/Universal on Friday, July 20, from noon to 2 p.m. to honor Helen Greens pun, one of 10 winners of its National USA Networks Characters Count Award. A luncheon will be held at the Holocaust Center in her honor. Please RSVP to info@ holocaustedu.org JULY 21 Come join us for Bark at the Park night for the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs vs. the Sanford River Rats on Saturday, July 21. General admission is $5; adults older than 60, military with ID and children ages 7-12 are $3; children younger than 7 are free. Purchase your tickets online and 50 percent of the proceeds will be donated. Visit ezticketlive.com JULY 22 The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park third anniversary celebration on Sunday, July 22, at 7 p.m. at Master Class Academy, is sold out. Visit breakthrought heatre.com for more information. Music at the Casa is a free open house from noon to 3 p.m. on Sundays, featuring live performances and tours of the historic Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave. Upcoming performances are July 22 with The Olde Noyse Chamber Music and July 29 featur ing Catherine Way Solo Harp. Visit Casa Feliz.us or call 407-628-8200, ext. 3. JULY 24 The Art & History Museums Maitland (A&H) presents Artists Critique & Con versation on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. in the A&Hs Germaine Marvel Building, 210 W. Packwood Ave. Joining artist, arts writer and instructor Josh Garrick as guest panelists on July 24 are Trent Tomengo and Bryce Hammond. Visit ArtandHistory.org JULY 25 Come to the Health Series #27 Pe ripheral Neuropathy, New Solutions workshop at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 25, at Maitland Public Library, 501 S. Maitland Ave. The event is free. JULY 26 Learn about the Five Ws of Genealogy on Thursday, July 26, at 6:30 p.m. at the Maitland Public Library. To register, call 407-647-7700. JULY 27 The Annual Rummage Sale at Saint Margaret Mary, 526 N. Park Ave., will be from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, July 27, and Saturday, July 28. All proceeds ben et St. Michaels Parish in Jacmel, Haiti. Call 407-671-4798 for more information. DADS (Dads Appreciating Down Syn drome) is holding a Rum Ball at the Winter Park Farmers Market from 7-11 p.m. on July 27. This pirate-themed fund raiser will have food, rum drinks, live mu sic and a silent auction. Tickets are $35 at the door or call 407-478-5621. Trinity Preparatory School will host a dance showcase featuring emerging talent at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, July 27, at 5700 Trinity Prep Lane. General admis sion is $15 and $12 for students, seniors and military. Call 407-695-8366 or visit thecenterfordance.org The Breakthrough Theatre of Winter Park will present the musical Bare from July 27 to Aug. 20. Show times are Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sun days at 3 p.m. The Breakthrough Theatre is located at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Call 407-920-4034 for reservations. AUG. 4 The Center for Contemporary Dance will present Healthy Body Image through Effective Communication, a free work shop for young dancers (ages 9-15) and their parents on Saturday, Aug. 4, from 1-3 p.m. The workshop provides an op portunity for parents and their dancer children to openly examine and discuss perceptions and dynamics related to body image. Attendance by at least one parent/ guardian is required and space is limited to 25 families. Call 407-695-8366 to reg ister. Visit www.thecenterfordance.org. AUG. 7 Join the Winter Park Police Department for an open house in observation of Na tional Night Out on Aug. 7 from 6-8:30 p.m. National Night Out is a campaign to stand up against crime. The open house will showcase crime-prevention methods and recognize active neighborhood and business watch groups. Any business interested in providing refreshments or gift cards to serve as door prizes should contact Lina Strube at 407-599-3664 or LStrube@cityofwinterpark.org Visit www.wpmobserver.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com JULY 21: Limelight on the silver screen The featured opera on the big screen is La Boheme (Liceu) at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 21, at Enzian; 1300 S. Orlando Ave. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the box ofce or at Enzian.org JULY 23: Political Mingle coming up Winter Park Political Mingle presented by Bright House Networks will be from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, July 23, at the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd. The cost is $25 in advance, $30 at the door and $225 for 10 tickets. Visitwinterpark.org

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Page 8 Lifestyles Winter Park Chamber of Commerce Proudly Hosts2012POLITICAL MINGLE MEET THE CANDIDATES FOR FALLS HOTTEST RACES ENJOY DINNER & DRINKS VOTE IN OUR STRAW POLL MONDAY, JULY 23 5 8 P.M.Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center, 1050 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park$25 IN ADVANCE $30 AT THE DOORTickets and information at winterpark.org or call (407) 644-8281Supported by WINTER PARKPresented by Cars and trucks race past the unpreten tious plain white brick faade every day along Fairbanks Avenue. Inside, colored spotlights shine on an unlikely turn of fate. If youve never ventured inside The Break through Theatre, its likely youve never had the chance to meet Wade Hair, a man that is living proof that dreams do come true. Opening the theater had been a vision of Wades for a long time, who started in the business doing musical revues in banquet rooms of hotels. Shortly after, he became an educator, health declined rapidly. While most would view this as an excuse to shut down, Wade turned it into the opportunity of a lifetime. It became a now-or-never scenario, Wade said, through glassy eyes. I thought that if Im going to pursue this dream, I bet ter do it now. And so he did. With the help of his parents, he opened The Breakthrough Theatre in May 2009. This had always been his dream, An nie, Wades mother, said. We just decided that his dream needed to come true. With the odds stacked against him, Wade chose to open the theater during the economic downturn, which partially in spired the theaters name. Wades son, Daniel, came up with the name one day while brainstorming ideas. Not only were they trying to break through the Orlando theater scene, but also through Wades illness. The name Boasting the smallest theater in Central Florida, Wade said the intimate setting has proven to be quite a blessing. their seats, but I dont have that problem Wade joked. People just really appreciate the intimacy theyre right there, its a connection. The theater immediately brings back a grandparents house on the weekends. A walk inside could very well be a stroll through the Hair familys home. Wades fa ther, Sid, is the business manager and his mother, Annie, runs the concession stand, serving homemade baked goods for every performance. Wades two children, Erynn and Daniel, also help out when they can. If not for the atmosphere alone, once you walk into the performance area, the in timacy is impossible to deny. The chestnut wooden stage, roughly about the size of a master bedroom, com mands a crowd of 40. Wade steps on to say a few words and, immediately, the audience is captivated. Hes enthusiastic and evocatively animat ed, but whats most commanding is his in fectious smile. Passion breeds success, which Wade has experienced plenty of in a short amount of time. His proudest moment came this year at the Orlando Fringe Festival, where they sold out every performance the only the ater to ever do so, he said. That type of success, Wade acknowl edges, can only be achieved with genuine dedication. Heart I think we have huge heart, and when people come, we make them feel welcome, Wade said. When people come here, I tell them, welcome to the Break through family. Performers and spectators of all ages are repeat visitors to the theater for the way it makes them feel. Anyone is welcome and the door is al like family. Family seems to be a running theme throughout the theater and Wade ad mits that without his support system, his dreams would have remained out of reach. The theaters unexpected success strikes an emotional chord. I didnt think wed be around for three years, Wade said. I didnt think Id be around three years. Now, as the theater prepares for its threeyear anniversary, Wade is more thankful than ever. Im just so proud, Wade said. I knew I would do shows that people would enjoy, but I never thought it would get to where it is now I dont take anything for granted. PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE OBSERVER The Breakthrough Theatres summer camp students pictured with owner Wade Hair, performed a musical revue last weekend featuring songs from Annie and Peter Pan. The Breakthrough Theatre is at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Theater owner lives his dream LAUREN STORCH Observer Staff The Breakthrough Theatre will celebrate its third anniversary on Sunday, July 22. The event is sold out. The theater will present the musical Bare from July 27 to Aug. 20. at 419A W. Fairbanks Ave. Call 407-920-4034 or visit breakthroughtheatre.com for reservations.

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Page 9 Today girls spring, cartwheel of the Winter Park Cheer Athletics gym like they never have before. The moves are the same ones that have placed the gyms teams in UCA All Star Cheerleading national championships, but the space in which theyre doing ing to this new location in May, from their old one, has given the groups cheerleaders, owners and instructors something to cheer about: nearly three times more space. More space, owner Candace Guilford says, means more pro grams the gym will be bringing to the Winter Park community start ing now. In our old space we were maxed out, Guilford said. This square feet for the gyms six cheer members to spread out. The fully air-conditioned gym includes two to practice moves into, and an leaders to try out their tricks. Up also added an entire room dedi cated to dance. Its changed everything, Guilford said. We can do so much more now. The space also serves as the practice facility for not only the gyms All Star cheer squads, the Winter Park Stars, but the cheer leaders for the Winter Park Pop Warner Tigers and the cheer leading Wildcats from Winter Park High School, which WPHS alumna Guilford coached until has been head cheer coach at the school since Guilford left to focus on her gym. The gym, Guilford says, is open to anybody and everybody girls and boys lessons in tum sists of present and past Universi ty of Central Florida cheerleaders, a former Magic dancer and a sea son four contestant on Foxs So You Think You Can Dance. that I have, Guilford said, be cause I think actually I know theyre the best. Former Magic dancer and Win McCormick says shes excited to see the whole vision of the expan sion come to fruition as program ming kicks up as fall approaches. Shes particularly excited for the new dance room where she can get the cheerleaders grooving. Its all just going to be so much better now in this new space, she said. Winter Park High School cheerleader Katie McClanahan said shes already adopted the new gym as her home away from the trampoline during open-gym hours. good way, she said. Guilford, who started Winter Park Cheer Athletics in 2009, has her eyes set on growing more teams, reaching higher levels and winning more national champi onships to go along with the ex pansion. But she said her biggest hope for the new, larger space is to be able to bring cheerleading to more kids in the Winter Park com munity. The best part is I can provide more teams, which provides more boys and girls the ability to be able to cheer at this gym, she said. IN JUST 10 SATURDAYS Dental Assistant Open House August 25, 2012 Class Starts September 15, 2012 Rsvp at rsvp@mygodas.com (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 FINANCIAL12 Mon t h CDAlso oer IRA Specials & free 401k ReviewsAPYHigher Rates for Longer Term PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Winter Park Cheer Athletics teams and coaches pose in their new gym, which is a mile from their former gym and is three times larger. Gym expansion brings more cheer SARAH WILSON Observer Staff Winter Park Cheer Athletics new location is at 6870 Stapoint Court, in Winter Park. For more information on the gyms programs, visit wpcheerathletics.com JULY 19-21 The Celebrity Mascot Games which benet New Hope for Kids in Maitland, are July 19-21 at Stetson University and Amway Center. General Admis sion tickets are $10. Call 800-7453000 or visit ticketmaster.com JULY 20 The Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP) invites families to attend the Sixth Annual Target Family Theatre Festival in Loch Haven Park from July 20 to Aug. 5. The festival features performances by Grammy-nominated Brady Rymer and the Little Band That Could, Mr. Richard and the Pound Hounds, Pirate School!, Nels Ross, Katie Courics The Brand New Kid, and the Youth Academy production of Rodgers & Hammersteins State Fair. All of the shows are free, with the exception of State Fair ($15) and The Brand New Kid ($10). Visit or landorep.com or call 407-896-7365. JULY 21 Come celebrate family fun days at the Maitland Art Center on select dates. On July 21, make a family tree at the A&Hs Maitland Historical Mu seum. On Aug. 18, learn about calling cards, the social network of the past, at the A&Hs Waterhouse Residence Museum. On Sept. 15, make sound waves and string telephones at the A&Hs Telephone Museum. Call 407539-2181 or visit ArtandHistory.org JULY 22 Enzians annual KidFest Summer Movies series offers free weekday screenings and $5 presentations on weekends. The sunsational sched ule, sponsored by Walt Disney World, kicks off Sunday, July 22, and contin ues through Sunday, Aug. 5. For more information, visit enzian.org/festivals/ kidfest JULY 23 The 55-year-old Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras has openings for their annual summer day camp, Stringmania a two-week program for string players ages 7 to 15 who are playing at a Suzuki book 2 level or higher. The program will be July 23 to Aug. 3 at the College Park Baptist Church, 1914 Edgewater Drive. For more information, visit fsyo.org JULY 26 Enzians popcorn icks in Central Park will feature The Great Muppet Caper from 8-10 p.m. on Thursday, July 26. This event was rained out on July 12. Visit enzian.org AUG. 9 This months popcorn icks will fea ture Babe at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 9. Visit Enzian.org or call 407629-1088. ONGOING The Art & History Museums Mai tland and the Cornell Fine Arts Mu seum on the Rollins College campus take part in the Blue Star Museums program, in which active duty military and their families can enjoy free mu seum admission from Memorial Day until Labor Day. The complete list is available at arts.gov/bluestarmuse ums 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. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com WINTER PARK Home of the Winter Park STARS Competition Cheer TeamWelcome to Winter Park Cheer Athletics Cheerleading & Tumbling facility! We are home to the Winter Park Stars All Star cheerleading Teams and one of the training facilities for the Nationally Ranked Winter Park High School Cheerleaders! 2011-2012 UCA National Champions All levels of All Star Competitive Cheer Mommy & Me Classes Stunting Classes Tumbling Classes for all ages & levels Competitive dance Birthday parties6870 Stapoint Ct Winter Park, FL 32793 (Near 436 & Hanging Moss Rd.)After school pick up and programs beginning August 2012

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Page 10 BE YOURSELF AND YOU CAN BE ANYTHING! You and a guest are invited to attend the 3D movie music event of the summer The rst 25 people to send an email to KatyPerryGiveaway @gmail.com will receive a special pass to see the movie in theaters! Each winner will also receive a special KATY PERRY: PART OF ME prize pack including a t-shirt and Scunci Hot Streaks Scunci Hot Streaks. 18 Clip on Faux Hair | www.scunci.com Tickets are available while supplies last. Film is rated PG.KATY PERRY: PART OF ME NOW IN THEATERS!KatyPerryPartOfMe.com TUES-SAT 10:30-5:30/SUN 1:00 -4:00 Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar Even when Im on vacation, Im still working for you, dear read ers. On my whirlwind week in New York City, I went from the ater to theater, and Im happy to share my excitement and tell you that theater is alive and well in the Big Apple. Locally speaking, this is good news for the touring productions of these shows that are heading our way soon and in years to come. Streetcar Named Desire ing when you know something is going to be good, and then you experience it and it turns out to exceed all of your greatest expectations. This is especially true as movie and TV stars dont always transform well from the TV screen to live eight-times-aweek performances on Broadway, but Blair Underwood does it brilliantly in an all-black produc tion of the American classic A Streetcar Named Desire. Audi ences quickly forget the all-black conceit as soon as his co-star Nicole Ari Parker comes onstage as Blanche and the two of them proceed to scratch and claw their most moving interpretations of these iconic roles in the history of American theater. It was so mov ing I couldnt even talk as I left. Avenue Q In 2004, a musical that starred Muppets for adults was so original, so timely and so ready to throw political correctness into the cookie monsters trash can that it won the Tony Award for Best Musical. This is particu larly notable as this surprise hit left Wicked wondering what happened to the man behind the curtain. Avenue Q continues to work its magic in a smaller, more comfortable, closer-to-theit has only sharpened its wit over not your childrens puppets so leave the kids at home and go have some adult fun. Nice Work If You Can Get It No one could have believed that decades ago when Matthew Broderick became a star as the naughty-but-nice Ferris Bueller that he would become Broad ways leading song and dance man but he has. Now in Nice Work If You Can Get It, he leads a brilliant ensemble cast, includ ing Estelle Parsons, in a new musical with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin. Yes the songs are old (and timeless) but the story is new. Writer Joe DiPietro obviously studied Cole Porters Anything Goes and gives us a feel-good musical that feels like a revival, but could only have been written in this century. Memphis The same very talented Joe DiPietro who gave us Nice Work won the Tony Awards for Best Book, Best Score and Best Musical for Memphis, which is coming to Orlando this season. Named for the town in Tennes see, Memphis is an all-singing, all dancing musical that combines the multi-racial tensions of West Side Story with the early televi sion dance craze of Hairspray, and the gritty steppin to the bad side of Dreamgirls. Now that is evening, but Memphis does it in award-winning style. Watch for it soon at the Bob Carr. Phantom of the Opera I admit to being one of Phantoms biggest fans, and this biggest of all musicals now the longest running (and most is still playing to new genera tions of sold-out crowds at the Majestic Theater in New York. Ive seen it on Broadway, in tour ing productions and even in a specially approved high school version, and the simple truth is, there is nothing like seeing it with the huge cast and the huge sets saw it on Broadway, and if youve never had that experience, then I urge you to make it a part of your Phantom lives at the Majestic. Evita The original Evita, per formed on an empty stage, made a star of Patti Lupone while turn gentina into an historical Cruella tin was hitting the stage in a boy a superstar leading an extraordi narily talented cast in an updated production of Evita in which the story line is easier to follow, the sets are a constant phenom enon, the dancing brings the hustle of Buenos Aires to life, and the roles of Evita and Juan Peron are brilliantly acted and sung. Im committing the ultimate sacrilege by telling Ms. Lupone that she todays Evita is the Evita for the new millennium, and this col umn is the one in which I begin to bring it to Orlando ASAP. And heres my best idea yet Lets book this gorgeous new Evita to open our brand new Perform ing Arts Center. After all in the theater all things are possible! 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. This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.ENZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater Held Over! MOONRISE KINGDOM Fri Sun 3:45, 6:30, 9:15 Mon Thurs 6:30, 9:15 THE GOONIES Thurs 3:00 Opera on the Big Screen LA BOHEME (Gran Teatre del Liceu) Sat 11:00am THE GOLD RUSH Sun 11:00am Tue 3:00 JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS Sun 1:15 Wed 3:00KidFest Film Series

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Page 11 Dancers watch themselves intently in a mirror, while original music trickles out of speakers. Their movements tell a story, of a thunderstorm, lightning and crashing thunder, the sun shining and puddles to splash in. If you ask the directors of The Center for Contemporary Dance, these dancers arent just telling the story of a summer storm, theyre telling the story of themselves, and adding to a narrative everyone should be a part of one of the whole community. Dance is storytelling told through shape and form, and we need everybody to contribute to tell that full story, said Craig Johnson, executive director of the Center. And these students stories are very particular they have special needs. The for students with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and cerebral pal sy. The Center prides itself on diversity and inclusion, and their perspective has been a long time coming, Johnson said. Diversity is the rule of the land and were proud of that, said Dario Moore, artistic director for the school. Anybody here. For many, dance was in their hearts, but there wasnt a resource available for them to express that, especially for older stu dents with special needs because resources tend to dry up as they age. Thats why the Center started with classes for teens and young adults. has cerebral palsy and is in a wheelchair, but cant live a moment without music. Her mom said she never misses an episode of Dancing with the Stars or So You Think You Can Dance. If she could walk, shed dance all over the place, mom Elaine Valle said. Now, shes learning how to dance in her chair, and not only attends the cere bral palsy classes, but the one for Down syndrome students as well. Before, Valle said her daughter never looked in the mir ror, now she stares at herself for an hour in each class and spends time moving in front of her mirror at home. Dance has made her prioritize proper form, and its given her It also helps with her physical therapy to know how movements should be looking. done, and watching her accomplish that is something her mom cherishes. Thats why at every class all moms eyes are glued to the dance practice, with only a hushed whisper of happiness between them. Because every so often they do some thing amazing, so they dont want to miss it, Valle said. Each class has its own personality and goals, Moore said. In all his classes, he push what they think are their physical lim its; its all about taking a chance. The Down syndrome class is full of encouragement, chatter and energy, and Moore concentrates on social skills and memory. The ASD class needs help with focus and communicating feelings, especially when theyre agitated, and that group needs calm structure. The cerebral palsy class is all about stretching and working their upper body. Its an over all great workout for their bodies, which they learn to trust a little more from danc at Winter Park Towers Your room is waiting for you if you need Pain and Symptom Management Hospital Follow-up Complex Treatments, or Crisis Care Referrals 866-742-6655#5019096 www.cornerstonehospice.org www.SeriousIllness.org/cornerstoneMedicare, Medicaid, most commercial insurances accepted The Center for Contemporary Dance, located at 3580 Aloma Ave. in Winter Park, offers classes during the week for teen and young adult students with Down syndrome, autism spectrum disorder and cerebral palsy. They will be starting classes for younger students this fall. Call 407-695-8366 or email Executive Director Craig Johnson at Craig@TheCenterForDance.org for more information. Learn more about the center at www.thecenterfordance.org The Center will be having a dance showcase featuring their special needs students July 27, 7:30 p.m. at Trinity Preparatory School. Call the Center or purchase tickets online. PHOTO BY BRITTNI JOHNSON THE OBSERVER Dario Moore, center, and his students practice dance moves at The Center for Contemporary Dance in Winter Park. Dance therapy students with Down syndrome, austism, cerebral palsy BRITTNI JOHNSON Observer Staff Work Well Winter Park hosted Whole Foods Market healthy eating specialist Lois Dorotiak at the July 11 Health Education Series lunch and learn. Lois reminded the group of the four pillars that makes up the Whole Foods Market Health Starts Here program, a two-year-old healthy eating initiative, and then launched into the topic of the hour. is second visit from Whole Foods Market sparked much interest due to the subject at hand, True Versus Toxic Hunger. is subject matter is not oen spoken of, Lois mentioned as she gave credit to Dr. Joel Fuhrman, a member on the Medical Advisory Board for Whole Foods Market, for his major contribution to the topic. If our goal in eating is to achieve optimum health and ideal weight, it becomes important to identify the signals of each type of hunger and be aware of our responses. Consequently, hunger, reprogramming the mind and biological response modiers were under consideration throughout the hour. Hunger has several components; for example, volume, calories and nutrients all play an important part. Four hundred calories of spinach, eggplant and beans takes up much more room in the stomach than the equivalent in oil or chicken driving very dierent responses. e audience was surprised to learn that every symptom they suggested as true hunger was, in fact, an indication of toxic hunger. e pens began to write when Lois responded that, True hunger is never felt in the stomach or head, neither is it ever uncomfortable. Actually, the three symptoms noted for true hunger were all in the mouth and throat area as Fuhrman states in his Nutritarian Handbook As more discussion ensued, Chunky Sweet Potato Stew simmered on the cooking demonstration table. Lois and the audience continued conversation on reprogramming the mind and palate stretching. en, to reinforce the days topics, kale was placed at the bottom of each dish before the stew was added. en, Lois quickly pulsed Gazpacho Summer Soup in the food processor and the group sampled a symphony of biological response modiers. As samples were enjoyed, questions were answered and the benets of each of these foods were discussed. e enthusiastic audience asked for another class, even before this one was completed! If you or your group has an interest in these kinds of events, please feel free to contact Lois at Lois.Dorotiak@wholefoods. com. Also, for great recipe ideas visit www. WholeFoodsMarket.com under the Health Starts Here tab. Work Well Winter Park is a movement spearheaded by the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce to improve the health and wellbeing of the workforce in our community by creating lasting, cultural change. is collaborative and easily implemented initiative will encourage employers in Winter Park to adopt and execute practical policies supporting workplace wellness. For more information, visit www. workwellwinterpark.org. Lois DorotiakHealthy Eating/Green Mission Specialist1989 Aloma Ave Winter Park, FL 32792 Tel: 407-673-8788 Please see DANCE on page 12

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Page 12 ing. We really do take movement for granted, Moore said. Hes engaging their brains, its not just dance it in volves a lot of other components, said Gladys Gochenour, whose daughter Jessica Gochenour attends the Down syn drome classes. Theres really no drawback, said Eric Mason, a Florida licensed physical therapist at Physiotherapy Works in Win ter Park. That kind of rhythmic movement builds strength and balance, he said. Its not just building bodies, though, its also building from regular classes, the main goals stay the same. The stu dents talk dance moves and choreography, they learn the fancy French names for each spin and jump, and they stare keenly in the mirror while they focus on form. There is a community of artists that are developing theyre actually becoming artists, Johnson said. They are truly connected to it, they practice at home, theyre passion ate theyre hungry for it. Its also a place to socialize. Johnson and Moore agreed theyre all like a family. They support each other, encour age, clap and laugh together. Valle said being there feels like home for her daughter, especially because Moore is such a compassionate, wonderful teacher. Dario is really pouring his heart out, Valle said. He has such respect for them. For many students, dancing together is the very best part of their week. She cant wait for Tuesday, Gochenour. The whole day is waiting for dance. True confession: I read about these alarming trends of online addiction while reading something about the dangers of excessive on line usage through The Daily Beast, an online news source. They in turn were reviewing an article in News appeared in print. The gist of the article was that the Internet has created greater problems for users than have previ ous technological advances. To put some numbers to the problem, here hours on some sort of electronic screen even on school days. receives 400 texts per month; the smart phone users report feeling alert vibrations when nothing is ac tually happening phantom alerts? phone users get online before get ting out of bed. ers text while driving (this may be the reason why the light seems to change before the cars in front of me get going!). Scientists have been researching ing our brains. Susan Greenwald, an Oxford University professor, is writing a book on how our digital brains, and the news is not all good. A number of recent peer-reviewed studies have discovered that exces much the same way other addictive behaviors do. I am not a scientist and Im not an alarmist, but I do think our cultures obsession with online activity may have some sort of impact on what it observations stick out for me. Sev eral years ago, I was chaperoning a youth dance. I saw a young man dancing with a beautiful young lady, but all the while he was on his cell phone talking to someone else. In another more tragic case, I of the freshman year at her dream college because of an addiction to a virtual reality game. Even her rather handsome boyfriend could not bring her back to the real world. Thankfully, she got some help and is herself through lends credibility to the story in The Beast article about a couple in Asia who neglected their real baby to death while taking care of a virtual infant online. Of course, these are stories with extreme consequences, but Im wondering if our virtual addictions and what it means to be human? What if screen communication is replacing face-to-face? Why talk to someone in the same house when you can text? cation has been producing lessthan-happy consequences. The Beast article observes: Web use often displaces sleep, exercise, and face-to-face exchanges, all of which can upset even the chirpiest soul. Numerous peer-reviewed studies have begun to demonstrate the con nection between excessive digital immersion and mood-swings, and even mental illness. The mild highs of digital connection cannot re place the long-term satisfaction of real touch. I love skyping with my grandson, but I would trade a dozen calls for one chance to hold him in my arms. One of the greatest compliments ever paid to a man in the Bible was when the Book of Exodus observed that God would speak with Mo ses face-to-face, as one speaks to a about real physical presence that is important. The digital world is here to stay, but we do have some control over whether it will be a part of our world or if we will be absorbed in a virtual world, one of the more popular TV shows is called The how real it really is. Maybe there is a longing for some reality. Disclaimer: This article was writ ten on a laptop, so any semblance to reality is purely coincidental! Rev. Jim Govatos currently serves as Senior Pastor at Aloma United Methodist Church lo cated in Winter Park. A former atheist, Jim is passionate about helping people understand and experience a living faith in Jesus Christ. Please share your thoughts by emailing him at jimg@alomazone.org Jim Govatos Reality Lines Is getting wired rewiring us? DANCE | Rhythm builds strength C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 There is a community of artists that are developing theyre actually becoming artists. They are truly connected to it, they practice at home, theyre passionate theyre hungry for it. Craig Johnson healthy the City of Wi nter Park 1887 2012thANNIVERSARY Visit us at www.workwellwinterpark.org, call (407) 644-8281 or connect with us on social media. AAA is Proud to be Workplace Wellness Warriors AAA Winter Park has implemented several initiatives and policies to promote workplace wellness, including: Ready...Set...Go! Inspired by National Walking Day in April, AAA launched its 3rd annual 8-Week Walking Challenge on June 4 to motivate employees to keep moving! Smoking Cessation Program A new tobacco-free workplace policy, as part of a comprehensive employee wellness program, offers FREE tools for employees to kick the habit for good. Weight Watchers Benefit Employees are reimbursed up to 50% of approved Weight Watchers fees and are encouraged to join a local group or participate in Online or At Work programs.Share your companys healthy habits with us and help us make Winter Park the healthiest place to work. AAA Winter Park is located on U.S. 17-92 in the Hollieanna Publix Shopping Center.

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Page 13 Whats your bodys biggest organ? You might have a big heart, but your biggest organ is your skin! In Florida, your skin gets plenty of exposure. Sun ex posure not only greatly increases wrinkles, but also increases your risk of skin cancer. Skin cancer is the most common cancer. Across the U.S., one in develop some form of skin cancer in his or her lifetime, mostly due to sun exposure. The rate of skin cancer has been increasing over the past that the ozone layer is damaged by some of the miracle chemi cals we have used. This reduces the earths atmospheric protec tion, so more of the damaging rays from the sun get to us. The most common form of skin cancer is basal cell carci noma. Basal cell carcinomas typically look like open sores, red patches or scars. They are fairly easy to treat if found early, so dont delay having a health professional assess a sore that just wont heal. Squamous cell carcinoma, the second most common skin can cer, may look like red patches, open sores or elevated growths with a dent in the middle. These cancer cells can grow anywhere on your body including the inside of your mouth and where the sun doesnt shine, but most often they are in the areas with the most sun exposure, such as the tip of your ear, your lips, face, bald scalp, neck, hands, arms and legs. The most pernicious skin can cer is melanoma. In the past 20 years, the number of people di agnosed with this deadly cancer has more than doubled. Florida has the second highest rate, after California, of melanoma cases in the nation. Get your skin checked regu larly so cancers can be spotted early. Check your skin for any of these warning signs: not match the other half are ragged, not smooth shades of tan, black, brown inch shape, color or bleeding, itching, or tenderness While family history of skin cancer increases your risk, most skin cancers are preventable. The best prevention is to limit your exposure to the sun. Use daily skin cream with SPF. Use Wear those stylish hats that cover your face and the back of your neck. Go out in the sun, on lakes, after 4 p.m. It is also important to wear sunglasses. Blistering sunburns greatly increase your skin cancer risks. Maitland resident Nancy Rudner Lugo is a nurse practitioner and president of Health Action, offering workplace health consulting and nurse coaching. Visit www.healthaction.biz JOIN US FOR COMMUNITY S EMINAR E VENTS T uesday, July 24, 2012, 6:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner Wednesday, July 25, 2012, 11:30 a.m. Complimentary Lunch Wednesday, July 25, 2012, 6:30 p.m. Complimentary Dinner Held at SoNapa Grille 640 South Orlando A ve., MaitlandTheres no obligation to receive this valuable information!PLEASE RSVP TO (800) 849-1828.Meals and door prizes are provided. 2300 Temple Drive Winter Park, FL 32789 BaldwinFairchild.com STEI BF-GH_WinterPkMaitlandObserv_3colx5.indd 1 6/28/12 4:54 PM 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 When his parents get divorced and hes forced to move from New York to a small town in In diana, Evan Goldman just wants to make friends and survive the school year. Thats the premise of the JCCs production this week featuring an all-teen cast and an unfor gettable rock score by Tony Award-winning composer Jason The produc tion has three show times: Friday, July 20, be purchased at the door or at Or landojcc.org. The performances Harriett & Hymen Lake Cultural Auditorium in Maitland. Parents, be aware the show contains some adult (or teenage!) themes and language and may not be appropriate for children younger If youre looking for an inex pensive way for your family to spend a Sunday, check out Sum mer Sundays at the JCCs pool and totally free for all JCC mem bers! We supply lunch, music and themed swim games for your family and friends, as you enjoy our newly renovated pool area. is hosting its monthly Saturday well entertain them with games, activities, crafts, dinner and a movie, while you enjoy your evening out. Just pick up your the JCC. Come get your dance on in the JCCs Ballroom Dancing classes taught by Jason and Helen Frost of Lake Mary Dance Studio. and free for JCC members. Enjoy sics of popular Latin dances, such as the cha-cha, merengue, rumba and salsa. Wear sneakers and comfortable clothing. Couples ter by visiting the JCC. There are still four weeks to go this summer with Camp J! You can register your child for the rest of the summer or just one week to experience incredible activities, special-themed days and more. Check out our camp options at CampJ.org. You can register at the JCC. These are just a few of the things we have going on now at the JCC, but we have a number of incredible programs that run year-round, like our Early Child hood Learning Center (infants through Pre-K), Fitness Cen ter, teen and mens basketball leagues, J University after school program (which picks up from local schools), weekly senior ac tivities, personal training, group exercise classes, mommy and me classes and more. The JCC welcomes people of all faiths. For more information, visit Orlando Amy Schwartz is marketing director of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Orlando. Email her at amys@orlandojcc. org Protecting your bodys biggest organ Dr. Nancy Rudner Lugo Health Action Amy Schwartz Whats up at the JCC? Lots of summer left at the JCC Summer Sundays at the pool

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Page 14 Opinions Ive always thought it was no accident dog is God back wards. And, well, maybe because I so LUV Winter Park, I guess its not surprising Winter Park and its residents so often LUV dogs. Surely its a reason upon the heap of others of why so many end up hanging around here on week ends, fur-kids and all. I think I really clued into the Winter Park connection with dogs last summer. I was out and about looking for interesting local occurrences, people and angles for how locals like to cool down in the heat. Id seen a woman ear lier with a dog, just walking the Avenue. She had on a tennis-type Later I see them sitting outside a yogurt shop, and soon his him spoon-by-spoon. He LUVed it, and I LUVed just how Winter Park it all was. Laughing at the sight, I ap proached the table and asked if I could take a photo and get some information. They live in Col lege Park, but she said she LUVs to walk Park Avenue because its so dog friendly, and for her dog, Pascal, it has frequent water stops in addition to yogurt shops. This was a bit of a routine for them. This weekends sidewalk sale brought forth a slew of people, and the people and dog watch ing were without compare. I took the opportunity to speak with some of those on the Avenue to ask them why they were there, and what they thought of Winter Park. While none of what I heard surprised me, it was wonderful to hear just the same. from Oviedo, walking her dog, Chewy. She commented on the sale and the weather, adding, I like how its open and its nice and you can bring your dog. Again, not surprising, but if lo cal merchants and community leaders ever doubt if the citys receptiveness to welcoming of fur-kids is a hit with those who LUV them, it is. Soon I was talking with two ladies who seemed on a mis sion. I dont remember how we started talking, but when I asked for opinions on Winter Park, they were ready and stopped mid-stride. One, Leah Moyer, Park that has in abundant sup ply, while so many other areas do not: She left and came back. This is my second round, she says. Ive lived here about a year ago. She and her friend, Jade fans. I love Park Avenue. I love the shops and stores. Theyve spoiled me, Moyer said. Its a great place to live. Shooz is one of my most favorites. Synergy is another one. She also mentions Thai Thai Sushi as a favorite res taurant, then talks about the ease of walking about to things and being a pedestrian. I ask Jade what she likes. Numerous places, she says. Whatever youre in the mood for, its here. Shes lived here theres any other place shed live she bluntly responds: No. She mentions favorite local establish Winter Park Fish Co. We agree on spending most of our time within The next person to cross my path captivated me with her from just outside Melbourne, Australia, and shes been in Orlando for the past two weeks teaching avatar classes. I LUV the gregarious, fun nature of Park so much so that during her two weeks staying on Interna tional Drive, this was her third time back in Winter Park. I love Winter Park, she said in that delightful Aussie way. It is abso lutely beautiful here. Everyones so friendly. Everythings so clean. It just has a lovely, lovely feel about it. She called Winter Park one of those places you dont want to leave. And, lastly, she commented on some amazing ice cream shed had as the best in her Not long afterwards I was speaking with a couple with a Cocker Spaniel puppy named Lucy and a Yorkie named Stella, who was trying to adjust to no longer being an only child. The couple, James and Sonia, live in Longwood, but said theyre back on Park Avenue at least every other weekend. James again referred to the dog-friendliness of the street. Sonia expands, I love Winter Park because its pet friendly. Its great shopping, great restaurants. Then, she harkens back to a business I hear about again and again from those whove lived in Winter Park for a long period of time: The East India Ice Cream Co. I laugh as this has come up twice now, but Sonia doesnt know what I shared earlier recipes made at East India are now available at The Briarpatch just this morning as I called to same individual! I told Sonia and she cant believe it. Sheila Stokes, an employee from Talbots, comes out and calls to me to comment on my Facebook antics, so I ask her too. She said, I love the atmosphere. And, OK, Im just going to say it, I do love the wine bars. Lastly I talk with a young woman, Kristy, who usually works in Celebration, but was here for the weekend. Its just more established. Its nicer. Its got that old-time charm, feel. Youve got nostalgia here, she says of Winter Park. Early Sunday, the skies open up and some of the waiters from Prato rush to help push in racks of clothes to Downeast. Betsy, the employee who was in the store at the time, tells me how much she appreciated it. And I think again how much I LUV living in Winter Park. Clyde Moore I LUV Winter Park We highlight local businesses that are utilizing and selling items made by other locals. Send submissions to iluvwinterpark@earthlink.net Local Luvn Local SwitchFlops Local sometimes has a global angle. Take the super-popular products of Lindsay Phillips. Her SwitchFlops started right here locally. She went to high school in the area and attended Rollins College. Her footwear concept evolved from a high school art project of ceramic ip-ops. Amazed by the response, Lindsay began designing functional ops with colorful straps, each adorned by a unique button. Her idea evolved when she realized that by using hook and loop fastener she could create one shoe with many straps unlimited choices with minimal effort. This simple, yet brilliant innovation was the birth of SwitchFlops. Lindsay applied for a patent on her idea before she graduated high school. SwitchFlops made its retail debut in January 2007 at the Surf Expo Trade Show in Orlando, where it was showcased as a new and innovative product. Her motto: Change your look, not your sole! Theyre now sold around the world and available locally at Leisa Lovely Designs in Fern Park (7800 S Hwy 17-92). Visit lindsay-phillips.com Letters to the editor Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Surreptitious notice to residents ed a Planning and Zoning meeting that I learned about at 4 p.m. The citizens of Winter Park were sur reptitiously noticed about this meeting that was rescheduled both with regard to date and time. During the meeting very important changes for the south block of Park Avenue, from Comstock to Fairbanks, were approved by the Planning and Zon beauty salons and real estate companies, etc., to occupy space on the street level. Currently the only businesses of these Avenue buildings are those that have been grandfathered. This was to create and district. Were property owners on the remain der of Park Avenue informed about this meeting? How do those who in recent years have had these same requests denied because of current codes feel about this? How do citizens feel about this? I am opposed to code changes for important to weigh in on this issue, come to the City it will be presented for approval. Sally Flynn Winter Park New taxes under the health care act The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June is constitutional. The main issue before the Court was whether or not the government could force individuals to purchase health the insurance mandate could survive as Constitution guarantees that individuals may avoid taxation by inactivity. Assuming the law is not repealed through the legislative process, American citizens now may face new or increased taxes in the near future. The following is a list of the major tax provisions created un der the Act. Lets begin with probably the most controversial and broad sweeping: citizens and legal residents are required to have health insurance. Individuals who fail to maintain minimum essential coverage are subject to the penalties in the attached table. The threshold amount is the amount threshold are exempt from the penalty. payroll tax increases from 2.9 percent to This additional tax, subject to employ on wages over the relevant thresholds percent. Although the tax will not apply to the employer portion, employers do have a withholding obligation and are liable for the tax if they fail to withhold the tax from employees. will be imposed on net investment income of single taxpayers with adjusted gross in Net investment income is interest, dividends, royalties, rents, gross income from a trade or business involving passive activities, and net gain from disposition of property (other than property held in a trade or business). If capital gains on a and the income threshold is met, the excess However, the new tax will not apply to income in tax-deferred retirement accounts exempt bonds. pre-tax salary deferrals they can make into There is no cap under current law. who face high medical expenses will only be allowed a deduction for expenses to the Insurance Plans Also known as the tax on Cadillac Health Insurance Plans. These are plans that provide extensive coverage and are generally fully or mostly this provision imposes a new 40 percent excise tax on the employer-paid premiums for taxpayers who are covered by such plans. or increased taxes on some, but it will certainly increase the complexity of our tax system for most. Ron Tamayo Founder and partner Maitland-based Moisand Fitzgerald Tamayo LLC Year Penalty greater of: Percent of excess household income over the threshold: 2014 . . . . . . . $95 .......................................................... 1.0% 2015 . . . . . . . $325 ......................................................... 2.0% 2016 and after ........ $695* ......................................................... 2.5% Indexed for ination after 2016. No place like Park

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Page 15 Chris Jepson Perspectives Louis Roney Play On! Everything in sight to do with our government gets larger at every glance. it stops nobody knows! The so-called Obamacare bill which is a tax as every body now knows is part of a political ploy to swallow up all health care and put it under government control. The end of the line is, of course, socialism, an end that I foresaw and predicted in this column under the name Phoenix some seven years ago. It is the America that Obama and the Democratic Party have created with the willing assistance of the American media, Hollywood, unions, universities, the Communist Party of America, and numer ous anti-American local and foreign entities. Barack Obama has brought more destruction upon this country in four years than any other event in the history of our nation, but it is just the beginning of what he and his comrades are capable of. Thomas Sowell Benjamin Franklin Obamas health care as leftist insan ity. It is the pinnacle of kook success, she says. She foresees more joblessness and concomitant depression. Monica is a woman of great sense and phenomenal guts! What has happened here makes the leftist democracies of Western Europe look like pikers. Obama health care has nothing to do with your health. It is a ploy to grab power, and is the biggest tax When the government controls health care, it controls one-sixth of the economy and it controls you. Obama now has increased government massively and has an enormous new source of income. His plan is all about wealth redistribution. In the health care bill there are, we have now the greatest tax increaser in the his tory of our republic! The Supreme Court Obama can use without limit. Of course there is no way to pay for all of this so it may eventually bankrupt the USA mak ing us a Third World country, which is the dream of Obama, Soros and company. Of course, the downfall will occur on someone elses watch after Obama is one else to blame. Watch what happens with your doctor(s). Will you even be able to see your own doctor? Will doctors be forced to take many more patients? Will they unionize? Will they retire? Who will be on the panel that will decide what medication or procedure you will get? Will your doctor become a puppet of the federal government instead of your mentor? Monica Crowley asks, What the (Bleep) Just Happened?(her new book) noting that Obama has raised spending ever on the middle class. Obama doesnt need a middle class, he needs a pauper class who will go along with his insanity just look abroad. The American people hate whats happening to our country. And, Miss Nancy, the Democrats passed the health care bill, and what we see in this bill, we dont like! If this terrible bill is allowed to stand, it may be the begin ning of the end of our constitution and our freedom. We have never been a people to lie down and accept defeat. and our future! About Roney: HarvardDistinguished Prof, Em.UCF 2004 Fla. Alliance for the Arts award (Assisted by beautiful wife Joy Roney) Henry David Thoreau Some suggest that the study of philos ophy is to prepare one to die. Gracefully, I might add. A rational rejoinder might be, No, Chris, such inquiry is to facilitate the graceful life. Ah, nuance. One and the same, perhaps, much as Thalia and Melpomene are the balancing faces of drama, of life. Ive concluded that what the world (life) has quite enough of is sorrow. There is pain a-plenty for all. Few walk into a bar and order a round of sorrow for the house. Yet that is what is served up fresh daily. Sorrow is relentless. Decay and death is the human condition and de pending on the individual, at some point our mental tickers all start tocking, and the literal countdown is recognized for ably, this is when grace matters most. If you have enough (lifes necessities) your life you reasonably ask, How do I want to spend my time? I phrase it a my mind? This is where the insidious nature of sorrow intervenes; it consumes your mind. You can be experiencing a most joyful moment and the smallest prompt will redirect your revelry to dark, maddening thoughts of disappointment, disheartenment or despair. Sorrow, by any other name. Oh, and as so many un derstand, there are much more sorrowful events in life than death. And, who among us wants to dock their boat very long at that port? Much of life is a redirect. Whats the expression? When handed a lemon, make lemonade out of it. Vomit. My natural inclination is to slap (vigorously resisted) such simplis tic sentiments out of the purveyor. But I do understand the necessity for such an outlook. I do. Sorrow is not the only unavoidable intrusion that saps ones time, ones mind. Pettifoggery. Banality. Insipidness. De pending on your tolerance, any number of lifes everyday experiences will and do regularly intrude upon your mind, yet as So where shall one ultimately spend art (all forms). Beauty. And words. Topics I will explore in upcoming columns: Are redneck zombies worse than Manhattan zombies?; Bridges I have crossed; Waiter! Waiter! Ill have a than what is done in its name?; DangleyDown-Parts; The take I took; Cloning ones self; Prosperity gospel; My son ap plying to be the Nightshift Jesus; Life its a receipt book that keeps getting thin are you going to place above it?; Babies better than dawgs sometimes; Life goes on while youre dying; The double-bub bler; Schwanz & Tucker Winter Park lawyers and, I have no schedule but I do have an agenda. Another topic is all-time great lines when Homers Odysseus returned home to his wife, Penelope. He had spent seven exquisite goddess Calypso. How well would that explanation go today? Is that an illustration of unfaithful but loyal? Perhaps Odysseus merely explained he 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 Where I spend my mind Where it stops nobody knows Most dog and cat owners visit tra pets medical needs, but having a per sonalized visit from your friendly, fully licensed and compassionate veterinar ian may be just what the doctor ordered. There was a time when our own medical needs were met by visiting doctors who made house calls for varying reasons. Maybe you were sick and couldnt get out of bed to go to a hospital. Maybe you were elderly and didnt have the means to drive yourself to a clinic. Maybe you were so busy and had a multiple children household and going to the doctor with kids in tow was out of the question. Wouldnt it be awesome if we still had traveling doctors who would cater How amazing would it be if we had a caring doctor who would come to you if you were too busy to drive to a clinic and didnt have the time or the patience to sit all day in the waiting room? Wouldnt it be great if we didnt have to stress out our kids with gathering everyone to get to the hospital or even expose them to possible diseases that may be in the hospital environment? Well, the days of traveling doctors are back, at least for our pets. We are called veterinary house call practices. We specialize in personalized attention to all your children (dogs and cats). We eliminate the hassle of transport ing your pet to the animal clinic. We are for the busy moms juggling young children, pets and other appointment schedules. We are for the busy profes sionals with precious time constraints who can value the convenience and time saved with quality home service. We are a great option for a dog or cat in his or her later years with debilitat ing conditions, or who gets extremely anxious traveling in a car. Another time to use us may be during the end-of-life choice for your dog or cat. A caring, loving house call veterinarian can make this painful time less stressful for you and your pet. We can help you say good-bye in a familiar environment, with dignity and compassion in the most the same services as your tradi tional veterinary clinics. These include: In-home physical exams Annual blood work Heartworm tests Fecals Urinalysis Allergy testing Microchips Puppy and kitten care Senior pet care travel diarrhea Euthanasia Food delivery Medication delivery and certain other diagnostics are per So the next time you think about your caring friendly doctor who walks in carrying a small black medical bag, it may very well be your house call veterinarian coming for a personalized house call and making sure all your pet children are doing great and liv Dr. Tiffany Jamieson of Paws Calls Veterinary House Call Practice is a veterinarian specializing in house calls. She offers a discount of 15 percent off a rst veterinary house call visit through winterparklostpets.com She can be reached at pawscalls.com Veterinarians come calling DR. TIFFANY JAMIESON Guest Writer Dr. Tiffany Jamieson MORE PLACES SHOULD TAKE YOUR LEAD. THO M AS EDISON NEVER INTENDED FOR UTILITY WIRES TO BE UP IN THE AIR ON THOSE NOW HUGE POLLS. PATY WRIGHT Heres what a Facebook user had to say about the July 12 article Undergrounding nearly half done:

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BU YER S P R EMIU M M AY APPLY.OTHER AREA AUCTIONS JUL Y 27 & 28 LADY LAKE, FL PORT S AINT JOHN, FL SEBASTIAN, FL WINTER GARDEN, FL Winter Park H ome with Pool Nominal Opening Bid: $100,000 Open Public Inspection: Auctions: auctionnetwork.com.Also Auctioning Highlife Farms in Orlando, FL Full Dispersal July 28 800.801.8003 Tom Carey SundewGardens@gmail.comHomegrown always tastes better. Experience homegrown gardening: OBSERVER Open Houses Saturday, July 14th 5668 Bear Stone Run, Oviedo, FL 32765 5 BR | 4 BA | 3,251 SF | $369,000 This pristine pool home offers a lovely downstairs master suite and three ad ditional bedrooms plus an upstairs retreat featuring an additional family/ game room, bedroom and full bath! The formal living room has been converted into a fabulous office/den/library. Amaz ing heated, screened pool with hot tub, fountains and large lanai completes this stunning home. Hosted by: Rhonda Chesmore from 2-5 PM Sunday, July 15th 5668 Bear Stone Run, Oviedo, FL 32765 5 BR | 4 BA | 3,251 SF | $369,000 This pristine pool home offers a lovely downstairs master suite and three ad ditional bedrooms plus an upstairs retreat featuring an additional family/ game room, bedroom and full bath! The formal living room has been converted into a fabulous office/den/library. Amaz ing heated, screened pool with hot tub, fountains and large lanai completes this stunning home. Hosted by: Rhonda Chesmore from 2-5 PM 1710 Lake Shore Drive, Orlando FL 32803 4 BR | 4.5 BA | 4,042 SF | $1,350,000 Tastefully renovated lakefront beauty in upscale Rose Isle on Lake Rowena, nes tled between Winter Park and Downtown Orlando. Beautiful brand new kitchen, spacious family room with wood burning fireplace, soaring ceilings and a wonder ful wall of windows to enjoy the spar kling, heated pool with paver enhanced deck, and boathouse with boat lift. Hosted by: Catherine DAmico from 1-4 PM OBSERVER Just Sold Homes 155 S Court Avenue #1805, Orlando, FL 32801 sold by Jenni Sloan 2290 Temple Drive, Winter Park, FL 32789 sold by Erica Sears 3474 Balsam Drive, Winter Park, FL 32792 sold by Catherine DAmico SUNDAY 1-4 END UNIT TOWNHOME 2207 Hawick Lane, Winter Park. 3BD/2.5BA, 1,835SF. Built just in 2007, this townhome boasts a gourmet kitchen with granite counters and GE stainless steel appliances. Downstairs open floor plan with 10 ft. ceilings, crown molding and surround sound. Brick pavered patio and fenced-in courtyard. Great central location. $282,000 SUNDAY 1-4 MAITLAND HOME ON LAKE MINNEHAHA 1504 The Oaks Drive, Maitland. 4BD/3.5BA, 2,781SF. Built in 1979, this one story home on over acre sits high on a hill with fantastic lake views throughout. Huge open deck built to add a pool. Boat dock with lift and top deck. Renovate or build on this amazing, pri vate cul-de-sac street in Dommerich. $925,000 SUNDAY 2-5 SPACIOUS HOME IN MAITLAND 466 Piney Croft Lane, Maitland. 5BR/3.5BA, 3,717SF. Spacious home on quiet street with two master suites. Updated kitchen with warming drawer. Breakfast area opens to family room. Screened porch. New garage in 2008 with unfinished bonus room above. Steam shower, plantation shutters, Hard ee siding, Azec trim and irrigation well. $489,000 Log on to WorkforceCentralFlorida.com where you can enter the Job Title in the Search for Jobs box to see more infor mation on these jobs and search thou sands of additional openings throughout Central Florida, at NO COST. Apply by following the directions listed. For further help visit JobVantage at 4360 East Colo nial Dr., Orlando, or call (407) 531-1227 Sales Representative Job Description: Develop sales with du ties including prospecting for new busi ness and making calls to existing and new customers. 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