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WPMOBSERVER.COM 1 9 8 9 2 0 1 4 25 YEARS USPS 00-6186 Publisher statement on page 4. VISIT WPMOBSERVER.COM SUBSCRIBE NOW! BLOW DRY BARS: NEW THING FOR YOUR DO PARK STYLE, 11 Still jazzy 35 years on the air for WUCF LIFESTYLES, 8 Wildcats go streaking Four straight for Winter Park SPORTS, 9 COMMUNITY BULLETIN ............ 4 CALENDAR .................... 4 LIFESTYLES .................... 8 SPORTS ...................... 9 EDUCATION ................... 10 PARK STYLE .................. 11 CULTURE ..................... 16 OPINIONS .................... 18 CLASSIFIEDS .................. 19 A planned development for a 226-unit apartment complex in College Park was met with over whelming opposition during the Orlando City Councils Sept. 15 meeting as an Atlanta-based de veloper sought approval for zon ing and density changes. The potential multi-story de velopment, called Princeton at College Park, would sit on a strip of land formed by Princeton and Smith streets and include an out door plaza and a small public park But the project raised concerns among locals about increased serving the areas character. More than 40 residents spoke up about the project mostly in opposition before a 2015 budget hearing scheduled for 5 p.m. forced the council to stop hearing public comments. We have an oasis of relative, relative urban peace here in Col lege Park, College Park resident Steve Isham said. Why would you trade this precious sanctu ary for more asphalt, concrete, I and many others do not want the rampant growth that plagues other areas through Orlando. Isham added that the new development would bring hun dreds of cars to one of College Parks most crowded areas. A church, an elementary school, a supermarket and a daycare cen ter all sit nearby. The outcry from residents during the Orlando City Coun cil meeting may have been just a glimpse of the areas disapproval of the development. College Park resident Dawn Rich said that she and other residents have gath ered nearly 700 signatures oppos ing the project. We are not anti-growth, Rich RENDERING COURTESY OF POLLACK SHORES REAL ESTATE GROUP A large scale mixed-use development has residents split on whether it would help or hurt the area its proposed to be constructed, taking over a city block along Princeton Street. College Parks big growth question Debate over whether project will make a cosmopolitan core, or TIM FREED Observer staff Please see THE PRINCETON on page 2 A sign of the times, the Mait land City Council made updates on Monday to two fundamentals of the city that had previously been unchanged for years: the citys millage rate and its sign code. The Council unanimously since 2007, raising the millage rate nearly 10 percent to 4.15 mills up from 3.88 mills where itd stagnated for seven years. Assistant City Manager Sharon Anselmo said that with that in crease, residents owning homes valued at $350,000 with a $50,000 homestead exemption can expect to pay an estimated $81 in prop erty taxes during the upcoming tax year. I think its best for the city that we do a little more than just get by, Councilwoman Bev Re ponen said, defending her vote to raise taxes. Meanwhile, the Winter Park City Commission voted Monday to hold their millage rate at 4.09 mills, the same rate since 2009. the Maitland City Council also voted Monday to adopt a revised sign code to replace the old code, which had been in place since the 1970s. Community Development Maitland signals tax, sign code changes SARAH WILSON Observer staff Please see TAXES on page 2 A medical cannabis trade group based out of Winter Park has taken legal action against the state following a medical mari juana bill passed in June a chal lenge that might impact how eas ily nurseries can obtain the right to grow cannabis. Winter Parks Florida Medi administrative challenge against the Florida Department of Health last Wednesday in response to the states enactment of the Com passionate Medical Cannabis Act of 2014, a bill that allows the lim ited sale of low-THC cannabis for medicinal purposes and outlines restrictions on nurseries eligible to grow it. Louis Rotundo, a lobbyist with the association, said a nurs ery applying to grow and sell medical marijuana faces an un ARCHIVE PHOTO BY TIM FREED THE OBSERVER Who will get to sell marijuana? That may be settled by a lawsuit against the state. Marijuana bill sparks legal action Winter Parkbased trade group challenges state TIM FREED Observer staff Please see MARIJUANA on page 2 407-740-0401 www.FirstColonyBank.netYour Real Hometown BankOn Hwy 17-92 in MaitlandMember FDIC rfntbnbbbt35 years in Winter Parkrfntb bfnfbfnnfnfnfn Consulting Services Winter Park Recovery CenterComprehensive Drug & Alcohol Treatment Naltrexone for Alcohol & Cocaine Abuse Subutex/Suboxone For Opioids & HeroinExecutive Level ProtocolsPrivacy Guaranteed2056 Aloma Ave, Suite 100, Winter Park, FL 32792 Contact For Free Evaluation at 407-629-0413 www.WinterParkRecoveryCenter.com
Page 2 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer said. We believe that healthy growth is good for the commu nity and it helps the businesses. Our concern is this is a very large building with some aspects that we do not believe are well thought through. But some resi dents spoke in fa vor of the project, believing the de velopment makes the area more walkable. I lived in Los Angeles for a num ber of years, Col lege Park resident Brian Spain said. If anybody fol lows whats hap pening in Los Angeles, they are desperately trying to increase den sitypeople cant get around in cars. I know its coun terintuitive to a lot of the people who are here today, but this is the right place for dense development. When you have density right where people want to be, they pull in, they park and theyre there. You dont drive your car a block to go to Publix, you walk there. The Orlando City Council de cided it would continue the public hearing on the project at its Sept. 29 meeting. TAXES | Rising MARIJUANA | Sales Like a lottery Director Dick Wells said the new unanimously adopted code brings Maitlands antiquated code up to modern times. Already erected signs are grandfathered in, Wells said, but starting now residents, businesses, real estate agencies and politicians all need to make note of changes to the size and quantity theyre allowed to dis play within the city limits. Real estate agencies are limited in the new code to display only one sign advertising an available property on the lot it which its lo cated. And those hosting events in Maitland are also only permitted one temporary sign advertising an event on property of the venue in which its held. Billboards are outlawed as they have been for decades, and portable and human-powered signs including sign wavers on street corners are added to the prohibited list. According to the new sign code, political signs are now lim ited to one per candidate or cause per land parcel on each pub lic street abutting the property, meaning corner lots can place one sign per cause on each side of their lot. And at polling plac es, where previously candidates could display up to 10 signs on the grounds, each is now limited to only one sign per place. It should clean things up a lot, Wells said. to follow, turning the application process into a lottery, or a simple answer of yes or no, he said. Language in the Compassion ate Medical Cannabis Act allows for another party or individual to also apply as long as they have at least 25 percent ownership by a There are organizations out there right now who have run around and signed up with four six nurseries. The nurseries are only applying once, said Rotun do, who also serves as the federal lobbyist for the city of Maitland. Now youve got six or seven balls in the bowl and I get one that should not be allowed. The Winter Park entity, repre senting nurseries throughout the state, is one of three organizations in Florida to challenge the state over the legislation in just the past week. Nurseries Plants of Ruskin Inc. and Costa Farms, LLC, both Without set criteria for nurs eries to follow, a lottery system could ultimately select the lessIt all comes down to getting the medical marijuana to patients as effectively as possible, he said. der the current rule for businesses to guarantee a successful product and delivery system, Rotundo said. Talks have sprung up in Winter Park over the citys own approach to medical marijuana if its legal ized in the upcoming November election. Mayor Ken Bradley met with the Orange County Council of Mayors in July to discuss the concept of distribution and sale of medical marijuana within the county. Winter Park wouldnt be re quired to pass regulations of its own if the county takes action, but the city can still pass its own ordinance, he said. I guess we could take some thing thats more restrictive than the county, but were not obli Bradley said. Maitland took a step toward a medical marijuana ordinance of its own back in April. The legis lation would regulate the sale of medical marijuana to only one zoning district in the entire city. A single building sits in that zoning district, located just across the street from the Maitland Po lice station. This is an effective way of do ing it without saying its prohib ited, because its not, Maitland City Attorney Cliff Shepard said during the City Council meet ing on April 28. The zoning rules would help the city protect itself, he said, preparing Maitland for state regulations in advance. The challenge by the Florida Medical Cannabis Association will go before a judge on Oct. 14. C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE C ONTINUED FROM PAGE Orange County Con v ention Center Nor th Concour se October 9 -12, 2014 Sav e $4! Discount Tic k ets Her e SAVE $4! 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PINKOUTWINTER PARKBeneting the Winter Park Memorial Hospital Mammography Scholarship Fund. Saturday, September 27, 2014 6:30 to 8:30 pm Central Park on Park Avenue, Winter Park Free Pink Out t-shirt for all record-attempting attendees Glow-in-the-dark attire encouraged Pink Out prizes for the most creative glow-in-the-dark outts Glow-in-the-dark accessories and Pink Out Flamingos available for purchase Free glow-in-the-dark pink bracelets and necklaces for the rst 1,000 people to registerThis is a FREE, family-friendly event. For more information, to register or volunteer, visit PinkOutWinterPark.com. Pink Out the Night. Set a world record. Provide life-saving mammograms.Show your support for breast cancer awareness and take a stand against breast cancer as we illuminate Park Avenue in BRIGHT pink! Join us to kick off Pink Out Winter Park 2014 by reclaiming a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS achievement for the most number of people standing on one leg like a amingo. Be there as Park Avenue is lit aglow with a dazzling array of pink lights to increase breast health awareness and raise funds for women who cannot afford a mammogram.Get a Leg Up on Breast Cancer WPMH-14-20381_F1.indd 1 8/13/14 10:24 AM
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Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Orlando, Fla., Turnstile Media Group is also the parent of Golfweek, Golfweek Custom Media, TurfNet, Professional Artist, Seminole Voice, Baldwin Park Living and Turnstile Connect. TURNSTILE MEDIA GROUP CHAIRMAN Rance Crain PRESIDENT/CEO Francis X. Farrell EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT GENERAL MANAGER Patti Green VICE PRESIDENTS Jeff Babineau / Jereme Day USPS #00-6186 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Winter Park / Maitland Observer 1500 Park Center Drive Orlando, FL 32835 Established in 1989 by Gerhard J.W. Munster Calendar SEPT. 25 In celebration of Active Aging Week, The Mayower Retirement Community in Win ter Park will host an art show displaying the talents of its residents and local se niors from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The catego ries of art are paintings, 3-D mixed media and photography. To learn more, visit the mayower.com/artshow The Fresh Market on 1500 N. Mills Ave. invites Orlandos community members to raise their glasses for a feel-good food and wine event. The Wine Soiree, hosted on Thursday, Sept. 25, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. will benet the Juvenile Dia betes Research Foundation Central Florida Chapter. Guests can sample a selection of wines while savoring shrimp cocktail, crab cakes and other hors doeuvres. Exclusive discounts on wine purchases will also be available. Proceeds from ticket sales will go directly to JDRF to aid in the organi zations efforts to nd a cure, treat and prevent type 1 diabetes. Advance tickets are available and cost $35. Tickets may be purchased by contacting Lindsey Schmitt at 407-670-9195 or firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting The Fresh Market. SEPT. 26 Wine, cheese and chocolate, perfectly paired features: Quantum Leap Winery wines, La Femme du Fromage cheeses and Peterbrooke Chocolatier of Winter Park Chocolate Confections. The class is led by Tonda Corrente Nazario, Jill Ramsier and Lisa Wilk. The trio will guide the class through ve unique and tasty pairings cre ated to engage the tasters palate. The event runs from 7 to 9 p.m. in the East End Market Audubon Park Exchange. Visit eastendmkt.com to register. On Friday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m., enjoy Func tionally Literate, a literary function fea turing Ilyse Kusnetz, Ashley Inguanta and Community Bulletin Grant to save babies The Department of Health in Orange Coun ty has been awarded a $3.5 million dollar grant to reduce high infant mortality rates and other health problems related to preg nancy and mothers health in racial and ethnic communities. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Healthy Start grant will be used over the next ve years to implement the Bellies, Babies, & Beyond Project in urban centers in Orange County. Teen wins Youth of the Year Eatonvilles Maryah Sullivan has been of cially announced as the 2014 National Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. As the title winner, Maryah will receive a $60,000 college scholarship from Tupperware Brands Corporation and The Rick and Susan Goings Foundation, and will become BGCAs national teen spokes person serving as a role-model, leader and advocate for the nearly 4 million Boys & Girls Club members and all of Americas young people. Maryah traveled to Washing ton, D.C. to vie for the National Youth of the Year title with ve other nalists, and earlier this month she participated in community service, attended an exclusive congressio nal breakfast and a gala. Read more about Maryah in an Observer story published in July online at http://bit.ly/1x9d5co New homes arriving in Maitland The Enclave, located only ve minutes from the ofce complex, will offer only 35 home sites for new single-family homes ranging from approximately 1,800 square feet to 5,000 square feet. Site develop ment should begin in the fourth quarter of this year and the rst models will get underway in the second quarter of 2015. Bank helps employees earn a living wage First GREEN Bank, a local bank with a global mission, announces that it will im plement a Living Wage Program beginning Oct. 1. One of the only businesses in Cen tral Florida to offer a living wage for em ployees, the new program will provide all full-time and part-time First GREEN Bank employees a minimum $30,000 yearly salary, or the hourly equivalent, without a salary cap. The Living Wage Program is an effort by First GREEN Bank to make sure its employees have the ability to adequately provide for themselves and their families. As one of the rst area businesses to im plement this type of program, First GREEN Bank will offer team members 50 percent more per hour than the average Central Florida living wage, which according to MIT is currently $10 per hour. Savannah Court and Cove Excellence in Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation 1301 W. Maitland Blvd. Maitland, FL 32751407-645-3990www.SavannahCourtMaitland.comAssisted Living Facility License No. 8447 Skilled Nursing Facility License No. 1635096 Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above. You are always welcome!A Senior Living Community where Hospitality is a Way of Life. Annemarie Ni Chirreain. This free event will be held at Art & History Museaums Maitland. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Visit functionallyliterate.org Marc Monteson Promotions presents the 14th annual New Smyrna Beach Jazz Festival that will take place Sept. 26 to 28 at various beachside and mainland locations including Flagler Avenue, Canal Street Historic District, and Third Avenue all within The LOOP and U.S.1 in New Smyrna Beach. The only ticketed event is the kick-off party at Clancys Cantina on Friday evening. The remaining 24 shows on Saturday and Sunday are free admis sion. For more information call 386-43239760, email email@example.com, or visit newsmyrnabeachjazzfestival.com and nsba.com SEPT. 27 On Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Civic Center on Lake Lily, the Maitland Womans Club will be hosting its fall antiques and col lectibles sale Hours are from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Parking and admission are free. Join in to help support deserving organizations in our area. Call 407-830-6373. To kick-off Pink Out Winter Park 2014, Florida Hospital will attempt to reclaim the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people standing on one leg like a amingo, to raise awareness for breast health on Sept. 27. The record had previ ously been set in 2012 and was held for ve weeks. During the event, participants will don glow-in-the-dark apparel to Pink Out the night to help spread the breast health message. The goal is to get 3,000 people to stand on one leg, like a amingo, in one place for two minutes. At the con clusion of the world record attempt, Park Avenue will be lit aglow in a dazzling ar ray of pink lights. The free family-friendly event in Winter Parks Central Park runs from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. with the world record attempt at 7:30 p.m. For more in formation or to register for the event, visit PinkOutWinterPark.com. For the 10th year in a row, the Winter Park Public Library will hold its annual Bash for Books! This years event will celebrate the pirate-themed classic Treasure Island on Saturday, Sept. 27, at 7 p.m. in the Winter Park Civic Center. The evening will include great music, delicious food and wine, and an incredible silent auction. All proceeds directly support the materials, services and programs of the library. Volunteers are now collecting donation items. For more infor mation, contact Mary Gail Coffee at mgcof firstname.lastname@example.org or call 407-623-3486. Mary Love Dance Projects presents Me lodic Behaviors, an intimate perfor mance of contemporary dance and live music set in the round. The event includes a silent auction and wine reception with all proceeds beneting the Companys free arts education and community outreach projects. Melodic Behaviors takes place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27, at The John & Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center, located at 812 E. Rollins St. in Orlando. General admission tickets are $24 and can be pur chased by calling 407-695-8366 or visit ing thecenterfordance.org. The Orange County Regional History Center, a history museum dedicated to presenting local and regional Florida his tory, is pleased to celebrate Smithsonian Magazines 10th annual Museum Day Live! on Saturday, Sept. 27. The History Center is a Smithsonian Afliated Museum and will be participating in this one day only free ticketed event. OCT. 1 Join Community Legal Services of MidFlorida at Leu Gardens from 6 to 9 p.m. on Oct. 1 for the annual Jazz for Justice event to celebrate pro-bono attorneys in Central Florida who have provided free le gal services to those who needed it most in our communities. Scott Maxwell of the Orlando Sentinel will be the emcee of the night and Florida Bar President Gregory Coleman is the keynote speaker. In addition to the awards presented to local attorneys and law rms, Chief Judge Belvin Perry will be presented a Legacy of Justice Award for his outstanding effort to advance justice in the state. The evening will include live per formances by Linda Cole and the Greg Par nell Trio, service of heavy hors doevures and an open bar. Purchase tickets online at www.clsmf.org/jazz-for-justice. OCT. 3 Octobers First Friday Festival will be 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 3, along New Broad Street. First Friday is a monthly event where patrons can shop, stroll and sip their way through Baldwin Parks Vil lage Center. With live music, free samples, food and drink specials (plus much more), theres something for everyone at First Fridays! The festival also features local artists, many Central Florida based small businesses, and non-prot organizations with products and services ranging from health and tness, to beauty and fashion, as well as community service opportuni ties. This free monthly event is open to the public and is both family and pet friendly. For more information on the First Friday series, please visit baldwinparkevents.com OCT. 4 Longtime member and friend of the Gold enrod Chamber of Commerce, Carole Arthurs is turning 80 years young and the Chamber is hosting a birthday party in her honor on Saturday, Oct. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Goldenrod Station, located at 4755 N. Palmetto Ave. in Winter Park. Light refreshments will be served and all are welcome to stop by and wish Carole a very happy birthday! Contact Darlene at the Chamber if you plan on attending at 407-677-5980.
Page 6 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER Budget approved Through an extensive yearlong preparation process that requires a careful and microscopic analysis of city services, city staff prepared a sound, balanced budget for the City Commissions consideration. On Sept. 22, the Commission held the second public hearing on the proposed budget and voted unani adopt the Fiscal Year 2015 bud which begins on Wednesday, Oct. 1, the citys budget consists of $45.5 million in the General Fund and a total of $151.5 million, which in cludes all funds. Winter Park is surrounded by required them to raise their taxes. The great news is the city of Win ter Park was not one of them. I am proud to say this is the seventh year in a row the city has not raised its millage rate while continu ing to maintain and expand the high-quality services our residents expect and enjoy. The action the Commission took last night is one of the most important responsibili ties of your city government that is taken very seriously and results in excellent service. City staff is look and excited to continue our mis sion to serve. Bowling alley property The proposal for the city to pursue a contract to purchase the property owned by Rollins College located at 1111 W. Fairbanks Ave. failed at the Community Redevel opment Agency meeting Sept. 22 by a 3-3 vote. (Tie votes cause the action to fail.) Also at that meeting, was approved as presented. Sept. 22 City Commission meeting highlights Immediately following the CRA meeting, the City Commission met, and if you were unable to watch or attend that meeting, below are a few highlights of decisions made: Mayors Report Recognition Award was presented to 4R Restaurant Group. Consent Agenda were approved. tion with the city attorney, was ap proved, to sign purchase orders for payment of HIDTA personnel and operations and specialized, con behalf of HIDTA. Policy were approved. Action Items Requiring Discussion property located at 300 N. Pennsyl vania Ave. was approved. Public Hearings Passalacqua for the after-the-fact subdivision or lot split approval so that 1252 Lakeview Drive was tabled at the applicants request. for Conditional Use approval to develop a four-unit, two-story townhouse project at 1003 and 1009 S. Pennsylvania Ave. was ap proved. ter Park, LLC to amend the condi tional use site plan approval and development agreement for the Lakeside Winter Park project at 111 N. Orlando Ave. to substitute the off-site employee parking needed for the Blue Cross/Blue Shield previously approved at 271 S. Or lando Ave. to a new location on the property at 110 S. Orlando Ave. was approved with an amendment. nance vacating and abandoning the utility easement at 716 Kiwi Circle was approved. execution of an assignment for the purchase of certain real property owned by Rollins College located at 1111 W. Fairbanks Ave. was pulled from the agenda. Wednesday, Oct. 1 was approved. Budget Public Hearings dinance adopting the millage rate was approved. 2015 annual budget was approved. A full copy of the Sept. 22 City Commission minutes will be avail able at cityofwinterpark.org the week of Oct. 13, pending approval by the City Commission. During the meeting, simply log on to cityof winterpark.org/cclive to easily stay CoffeeTalk with Commissioner Tom McMacken The featured guest has changed, but the event remains the same. This months CoffeeTalk will feature Commissioner Tom Mc Macken, Thursday, Oct. 2, at 8 a.m. Please make plans to join him for conversation and a cup of coffee provided by Palmanos Cafe, Cof fee & Wine Bar. CoffeeTalk is held at the Welcome Center located at 151 W. Lyman Ave. For more infor mation, please call 407-599-3428. Love art? We have the board for you The Public Art Advisory Board is currently looking for interested member position. Applications can be found at cityofwinterpark.org > Government > Boards > Citizen Board Application. on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, watch us on Vimeo. Join our art board! The GFWC, Oviedo Womans Club will be holding its 41st annual Great Day in the Country Arts and Crafts Festival on Saturday, November 8th from 9 am to 4 pm at the Lawton House and Lawton Elementary School in Oviedo. This year over 400 arts and crafts vendors will be selling items that are perfect for gifts or Christmas presents. Visit the Food Court and Entertainment area behind the school where children can make their own snow cones in the Kids Area. There will be food vendors and the whole family can relax under the covered pavilion enjoying the music which will range from jazz to rock and roll. Be sure to stop by the Country Store Caf where homemade baked goods and singleserving items such as a slice of pie or cake can be purchased. The clubs famous Bean Soup will be available and this year the club will offer the ingredients in decorated mason jars that can be used as Christmas presents. Great Day in the Country 2014 will mark the 20th year of the Student Art Fest with work from art students in our local schools. The art will be on display and awards of $2,200 will be presented during Opening Ceremonies at 10 am. Great Day in the Country Arts and Crafts Festival is the clubs major fundraiser. Over the past decade, the club has awarded over $545,000 for scholarships, school grants and chari table organizations. Last year over 60,000 attended this event. Admission is free. 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Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 7 Fire Prevention Week was es tablished to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire, the tragic 1871 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 struc tures and burned more than 2,000 continued into and did most of its damage on Oct. 9, 1871. According to popular legend, longing to Mrs. Catherine OLeary some version of this story your self; people have been blaming the Great Chicago Fire on the cow and Mrs. OLeary for more than 130 years. But recent research by Chicago historian Robert Cromie has helped to debunk this version of events. Like any good story, the case of the cow has some truth to it. The near the barn where Mrs. OLeary there is no proof that OLeary was the blaze. Mrs. OLeary herself swore that shed been in bed early that night, and that the cows were also tucked in for the evening. But if a cow wasnt to blame for years, journalists and historians have offered plenty of theories. Some blamed the blaze on a couple of neighborhood boys who were near the barn sneaking cigarettes. Others believed that a neighbor of the OLearys may have started the fallen to earth on Oct. 8, starting gan and Wisconsin, as well as in Chicago. While the Great Chicago Fire was the best-known blaze to start it wasnt the biggest. That dis tinction goes to the Peshtigo Fire, also occurred on Oct. 8, 1871, roared through Northeast Wiscon sin, burning down 16 towns, kill ing 1,152 people, and scorching 1.2 million acres before it ended. say that the blaze began when sev eral railroad workers clearing land for tracks unintentionally started through the area like a tornado, some survivors said. It was the small town of Peshtigo, Wis., that suffered the worst damage. Within an hour, the entire town had been destroyed. Those who survived the Chi forgot what theyd been through; both blazes produced countless tales of bravery and heroism. But 40th anniversary of the Great Chi cago Fire, the Fire Marshals Asso ciation of North America (today known as the International Fire Marshals Association) decided that the anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire should henceforth be observed not with festivities, but in a way that would keep the pub lic informed about the importance over the years. In 1920, President Woodrow Fire Prevention Day proclamation, and since 1922, Fire Prevention Week has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which Oct. 9 falls. According to the National Archives and Re cords Administrations Library In formation Center, Fire Prevention Week is the longest running pub lic health and safety observance on record. The president of the United States has signed a procla mation proclaiming a national ob servance during that week every year since 1925 This year theme is Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Ev ery Month and Fire Prevention Week occurs Oct. 5 to 11. Maitland Fire Rescue will be providing edu cational classes and visit to public and private elementary schools and day cares throughout the city. Due to demand these visits will take place not just during Fire Pre vention Week but the entire month of October. If your organization ty you may schedule a presenta tion through Fire Marshal Dennis Marshall via telephone at 407-5396228 or 6226 and/or via email at email@example.com Reproduced from NFPAs Fire Prevention Week website, NFPA Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR Fire Prevention Week: A history Monday, October 20, 2014 5:00 PM 8:00 PM Produced ByJoin Us For Our 17th Annual TASTE OF MAITLAND!Enjoy a relaxing evening at beautiful Lake Lily Visit over 30 restaurants & Taste their specialties! Live entertainment throughout the evening Advance Tickets Are Now On Sale $20.00 Adults $10.00 Children (3-12 y/o) Day Of Tickets $25.00 Adults $12.00 Children (3-12 y/o)Taste Of Maitland Showcases The Diversity Of The Maitland Area Dining Community! Now Is The Perfect Time To Join The Maitland Area Chamber Of Commerce For More Information On Chamber Membership Please Call 407-644-0741 or Visit The Website At www.MaitlandChamber.com 110 North Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL 32751Tickets Can Be Purchased At www.TasteOfMaitland.com www.TasteofMaitland.EventBrite.com Paradise Painting Interior and Exterior Painting rfnntb 407-283-4776tr ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Fire Prevention Week runs Oct. 5 to 11.
Page 8 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Lifestyles A man with a foot-long beard and giant turban walks into the lights, the modern box of a room with its laptops and new technol ogy, somehow feel like they fade away. He is the heyday of jazz, the smoky, dim club, the smooth talk ing man who makes each person he meets feel like theyre the only ones in the room. Hes got the jazz vibe, and he brings it with him wherever he goes. These guys are very old school, when you meet them they look at you, they shake your hand, Kayonne Riley said. And sometimes hes even smooth enough to pocket the Sharpie you gave him to get his autograph, Riley remembered with a laugh. The musician was Dr. Lonnie Smith, known for his amazing jazz organ skills, a forefather of acid jazz, and a sound and vibe as funky as his signature turban. Hes just one of hundreds of jazz musicians to grace the University of Central Floridas WUCF-FM ra dio station with their innovative, skillful jazz playing over its 35 year history, said Riley, WUCFs director. Theyve seen legends Ira Sullivan, Christian Tamburr and Alain Bradette in their studio for concerts, which happen each month and are broadcasted live for listeners. Its like watching imagination, instant inspiration come to life. Jazz musicians, they have a history, a characterization, they are just so cool, they see the world in such a different way in most cases. They see the world as a beautiful place to create great things, WUCF program host Alan Rock said. They have this humorous outlook on life, and this incredible, incredible desire to create. The FM station, which began in the days when and was also once celebrates 35 years on Sept. 12. It was a small studentrun operation that spent years housed in the darkness of the campus li brarys basement. Riley has been at the station for 20 years, and remem bers those days of huge equipment that needed a DJs touch constantly. Nothing was au tomated. If a song ended, a host better be there the second that happened to change to the next tune. She had a stack of CDs 2 feet high next to her, piled in order of play. Even in 1994, the studio felt like the old days. Imagine a 1970s sitcom set, she said. It was like the 1970s; there was shag carpet on the walls, it was green and yellow and it was in the basement of the library so it was like in a bomb shelter, just gnarly, Riley said. Now, in its new location in the schools communication building, stations to broadcast HD digital and is the nations highest rated full-time jazz station. Its state-ofthe-art studio has been guest host who ate a salad while talking on world record skydiver U.S. Air Force Col. Joseph Kittinger. The stations mission is to of fer the community enlightening, educational and cultural content with the NPR cultural and talk programs, and transitioned to in clude jazz every day in 1994. They made the change because they found their most dedicated lis teners, their most popular shows, were jazz. And theres no other lo cal resource out there to hear this great music, Riley said. Its such an American artform, I mean this was invented here in America jazz was born right here and is a part of Ameri can history so its really great to be able to continue it, she said. whole musical history in America; it really does, the blues and every thing that its based on has shaped PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Midday show host Chris Puorro talks with morning host Kayonne Riley in WUCFs in-house broadcast booth. WUCF radio celebrates 35 years of jazz Central Floridas only jazz station soldiers on with live concerts for the public BRITTNI LARSON Observer staff Please see WUCF on next page Need a Helping Hand from Florida Hospital Home Care?r rfrrntrbrr fffrCall today to learn more about our exceptional services for you or your loved one.407.691.8206Visit our web site at FloridaHospitalHomeCare.comAgency #20382096 FHHCS35132_7/14 rbr r rr r rrr rr rr fr rr r rr Information www..org www.rrfMEDICARE, MEDICAID, AND MOST COMMERCIAL INSURANCES ACCEPTED 5019096 We come to you! Available 24/7 Medications, equipment and supplies provided A dedicated team of Nurses, Social Workers, Chaplains, Home Health Aides and Volunteers assigned to your care Cornerstones care is covered 100% by Medicare and Medicaid. Regardless of payer source Cornerstone is here to help. You can tune into WUCF on your radio at 89.9 FM. For more information about the station or to listen online, visit www.wucf.ucf.edu
Sports Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 9 WUCF | Station thrives on live concerts rock n roll and caused it. The program hosts at WUCF are jazzs biggest fans. It doesnt take long for Riley to thumb through the stations record col in the area, with albums lining a shipping container-sized room 1950s Benny Golson record. She lightly places it on the player, skimming the grooves with her skillfully on the old disc as it spins away. A 1950s song pumps through the modern speakers, contemporary versions of centu ry-old songs played by new artists all the time. To me, thats creativity, and if you like creativity, especially spontaneous creativity because youll never hear it the same way twice, youll understand what jazz is all about, Rock said. C ONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE One Senior Place ... 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The Wildcats snagged two in terceptions and a fumble to help engineer their 24-20 edging of Or lando University, emerging with a 4-0 record as a result. Defense helped keep Winter Park in the game with those three key takeaways, and the Winter Park secondary held University quarterback Luke Poorman to just 172 yards in the air. But early in the second half, it was looking like anything but a win for the Wildcats, who let University put 20 points up on the scoreboard before they scored Cougars let the Wildcats into the The Wildcats would go on to score three consecutive touchdowns The game winning score would come on a wild play when Winter Parks Tommy Whitted snagged a Poorman fumble in the end zone for a touchdown, with the extra point putting the Wildcats up Winter Park has made a habit out of pulling off heart-attack wins this season. With the excep tion of last weeks 49-0 blowout of Ocoee, the Wildcats have won all of their games by a margin of less than a touchdown. Theyll see if they can keep up their streak with a 7:30 p.m. Fri day showdown at Boone. Edgewater The Edgewater Eagles (2-2) erased the sting of two straight narrow losses with a 45-6 blowout of Olympia (0-3) on Sept. 19. Olympia quarterback Khalyn Strickland was held to just 61 yards passing in the game, with 30 of those coming on one throw. Edgewaters defense did an even game, holding the team to just 31 yards on 20 carries. The Eagles have a bye week be fore they head for a 7 p.m. Oct. 3 showdown in Leesburg. Wildcats grab another heart-attack win ISAAC BABCOCK Observer staff An early dose of tension gave way to a blowout showcase of the Knights offensive talent in the teams home opener. UCF would add its seventh straight home-opener win in the Bright House in a big way with a dominating 41-7 win over Bet hune-Cookman on Saturday. The Knights seemed tenuous on offense from the start, punt to what was expected to be a sure win. That tension quickly melted as the Knights offense started cook ing in the second quarter, taking to reach the end zone twice in two minutes and 20 seconds to take a 17-7 lead and begin putting the game away. By the second half, the Knights had things well in hand thanks to man and increasingly effective though they relied heavily on the passing game to keep BCU guess ing. We are disappointed in the thought was a good team victory, UCF Head Coach George OLeary said after the game. The Knights would gain 182 yards in the air to 169 on the ground. Of those rushing yards, 104 belonged to Will Stan back. Breshard Perriman quietly amassed 98 yards in receptions. J.J. Worton would juke his way to 52 yards worth of punt returns, sition for his 35-yard TD reception early on. On the defensive side, the Knights held BCU to three-for-13 on third down attempts, and Williams six times. The Knights defense would dominate BCU for the majority of the game, only al lowing them on the Knights end enough in the fourth quarter to see what he could do. He would go two-for-two on passes for 37 yards. Were it not for a penalty on another UCF player, Patti would have come up with a 40-plus-yard pass play that was called back for The Knights get another bye week before traveling to Houston at 7 p.m. on Oct. 2. The last time the Knights played the Cougars last season, they needed a miracle to win the game. The Cougars are off to a slow start this season, at 2-2 after crushing UNLV 47-14 last weekend. Knights trounce Bethune-Cookman ISAAC BABCOCK Observer staff PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER J.J. Worton races past BCU defenders en route to nearly 100 total yards on receptions and returns in UCFs 41-7 win.
Page 10 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Education Brookshire Elementary works to support healthy living In an effort to incorporate the community and inspire healthy habits among its stu dents, Brookshire Elementary School, in partnership with the Winter Park Health Foundation and Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning, is beginning the CATCH Healthy Habits program. This is an after school program that will teach students about the components of a healthy diet, provide a nutritious snack, and include a physical activity to get the students moving. The instructors of the program are comprised entirely of community members that have been vetted through OCPSs ADDitions program and trained by a coordinator through Rollins College. The program is beginning small by only allowing 25 stu dents for the rst eight-week course. It is the goal of the school to be able to open the program up to many more students in the very near future. The principal of Brookshire Elementary School Kenisha Holmes has long been a proponent of schools and communities working togeth er for the enrichment of students and is excited by the new partnership. Local private school raises funds by helping the community rst The Geneva School in Winter Park is mobi lizing forces for their annual SALT Serve athon Serving And Learning Together. On Sept. 26 the school will suspend its normal school day and students will serve the community instead. It anticipates that 700 students, teachers and parents will donate approximately 3,500 service hours to the community at 13 nonprot organi zations throughout Central Florida. Its also an important philanthropic effort, funding the schools tuition assistance program. During the Serveathon, each grade is as signed its own project for the day. Some students will be sorting and stocking shelves at food pantries, while others will be planting gardens or cleaning up local parks. Older students will be spending the day planting gardens with autistic chil dren, and younger ones will be making se niors smile at two retirement homes. One grade will be packing 10,000 meals for hungry children around the world and then have a hunger feast by eating the same food they packaged for others. Genevas senior class will team up with kids from The Russell Home for Atypical Children for bowling and pizza. They have been told to bring their A-game as the Russell Home kids are Special Olympian bowlers. A peacock and a bake sale to help build a memorial What do peacocks, cookies, and St. Mar garet Mary Catholic School have in com mon? Together they embody the spirit of one very special former student Eliza beth Buckley her unending connection with the school, and her love of Winter Parks peacocks. Earlier this month, St. Margaret Mary Catholic School parent Amy Cuff baked 50 peacock-shaped cookies to raise funds for a peacock fountain. The fountain is the idea of classmate John Michael Thomas who combined his plans for an Eagle Wi nt e r Pa r k' s Di s t i nc t i ve Re t i r e me nt Co mmu ni t y For the past two decades the GFWC Oviedo Womans Club has held the Student Art Fest dur ing our Great Day in the Country Arts & Crafts Festival. The art work is on view at the Lawton Elementary School cafeteria from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Awards are an nounced and presented during our opening ceremonies at the main stage at 10 a.m. Since 1994, more than $26,000 in art scholarships have been awarded to deserving senior art students. There will be student artwork from Carillon, Evans, Geneva, Lawton, Partin, Stenstrom and Walker elementary schools, Jack son Heights and Lawton Chiles middle schools and Hagerty and Oviedo high schools. Come on over to the Lawton Elementary School cafeteria to view the sub mitted artwork. Our partners and sponsors for the Student Art Fest are long standing. Each of the sponsors is committed to the future of our young art students and the GFWC Oviedo Womans Club is privileged to call them partners. Our scholarship partners in clude: Seminole County Commis sioner Bob Dallari sponsors two scholarship awards for graduat ing high school art student appli cants from Oviedo High School and Hagerty High School. Oviedo Mayor Dominic Pers ampiere sponsors a $50 award to each participating school for the art department. Oviedo Mower & Garden Center sponsors the high school artwork displayed at Great Day second place $100, and third place $50. The Garden Center also sponsors the third place art scholarship award. Seminole Cultural Arts Coun cil, in the past, has sponsored the award ribbons. But this year they are donating $500 toward a schol arship. Moran sponsors the Student Art Fest participation ribbons and programs. A big thank you goes to these sponsors for their kind donation to the art students in our commu nity. Please take a minute to view the work of these talented young artists in our community this year at our 20th annual Student Art Fest during Great Day in the Country. 20th annual Student Art Fest at Great Day in the Country Scout project with the memory of Eliza beths fascination with peacocks. Elizabeth studied at St. Margaret Mary from kindergarten through the middle school, when she succumbed to an ill ness that led to her death. Her curious and friendly nature made Elizabeth an easy friend to all. So when it came time to think about his Eagle Scout project, Thomas instantly thought of peacocks. He worked with the city of Winter Park, and it all t into place. He would spearhead a campaign to erect a peacock fountain in the rose garden on Park Avenue in Cen tral Park. Working through the proposal approval and garnering support from city merchants, St. Margaret Mary Scout Troop 62 and St. Margaret Mary Catholic School, Thomas kicked off his project last spring. Thomas is approximately two-thirds of the way to his fundraising goal of $50,000. The latest effort was an old-fashioned bake sale. We couldnt be prouder of John Michael for his compassion, tenacity and loyalty to a dear friend, said school principal Kathleen Walsh. He reminds us all that our school is family and that our community reaches beyond our classroom doors. Orange County Schools nabs prestigious scholarship award Orange County Public Schools garnered national attention on Monday as the Broad Foundation announced the district as a co-winner for the Broad Prize, one of the largest scholarship awards in the country. The Broad Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting students in public education, selected Orange County Pub lic Schools and Gwinnett County Public Schools in Georgia for $500,000 awards in scholarship money. Funding will go toward the class of 2015, specically toward students who have shown consistent improvement through out their four years of high school, said Orange County Public Schools Chairman Bill Sublette. Were ecstatic, Sublette said. Really this is a tribute to the hard work that our students and teachers have put in. It really shows that, [when it comes to] whats important to a public school sys tem, were really hitting the mark. Were closing our achievement gaps and show ing that all children, regardless of how much money their parents have in the bank or the hardships they may have at home, or their race, can achieve. Orange County Public Schools was select ed following a three-day evaluation period back in May. The foundation observed the school systems focus on giving children of all backgrounds an opportunity to suc ceed. Education Calendar Maitland Middle A book fair at Maitland Middle School runs from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 29, through Friday, Oct. 3, at the schools media center. For more information, contact the school at 407623-1462. Dommerich Elementary Dommerich Elementary will put on a spirit night at Tijuana Flats from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, followed by a skate night from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. at Semoran Skateway. For more infor mation, contact the school at 407-6231407. Audubon Park Elementary On Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 7 a.m. Audu bon Park Elementary School will start its October Walk N Roll, a monthly program that encourages kids and parents to walk or ride a bike to school. Participants use a punch card to track their involve ment and are rewarded with stickers, snow cones and smoothies. Rafes are also held for free bike helmets and locks. For more information, call the school at 407-897-6400. Trinity Prep Trinity Preparatory School puts on morn ing bible studies every Tuesday for its students from 7:15 to 7:45 a.m. at the Proctor Study Hall Room. Call the school at 407-671-4140 for more information.
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 11 Women step into Cherry Blow Dry Bar wearing messy top-knots and thrown up pony tails. They carpet, with glamorous big waves of a Victorias Secret model, or sleek, shiny straight hair for a more cutting edge feel. All it takes is 45 minutes in one of the bars lipstick red chairs, a glass of champagne in hand and the blow drying, curling, straightening skills of a Cherry stylist. Theyll either come from the gym or theyre running errands, and when youre running around doing errands youre kind of just in your gym clothes or whatever and theyre just rushing in, said Cherry Blow Dry Bar owner Jean nette Jarnes. After theyre done with their experience they feel so beautiful, so the inside matches the outside, and they just feel like they can conquer the world, they feel just abso lutely glamorous. Thats what theyre all about at Cherry Blow Dry Bar in Winter Park. They want every woman who steps into their sa lon to feel gorgeous and impor tant walking out. The concept of a blow dry bar, where clients can get the professional blow dry styl ing they crave in between their regular cut and color visits at a tra ditional salon, isnt new to bigger Miami have had them for years. And Central Florida has seen the trend come in quietly in the past couple years. A few full-service salons in the area, including Mo saic Hair Studio & Blowout Bar and Sanctuary Salon & Med Spa, both in Orlando, offer hair blow PHOTOS BY TIM FREED THE OBSERVER Ashley Tuten gives a blow dry treament to Amanda Locke at Cherry Blow Dry Bar in Winter Park, which opened in August. Trendy blow dry bars come to Central Florida Cherry Blow Dry Bar brings high style to Winter Park BRITTNI LARSON Observer staff I I I I I I Sign up for Track Shack e-news at our website to receive store, event and training information! Please see BLOW DRY on page 14 PRESENTED BY: Participating artists, entertainment schedule and more at www.AutumnArtFestival .org or call 407-644-8281.SUPPORTED BY: Autumn Art Festival W inter Park 41 st Annual WIN TER P A RK VIL LAGE A DIVISION OF VS MEDIA GROUP, INC. 150 FLORIDA ARTISTS | LIVE MUSIC | BEER GARDEN PARK AVENUE SIDEWALK SALE | CHILDRENS ART
Page 12 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer The last quarter of the year changes before yearend. had a change in the number of dependents (birth of a child, for example), youll need to change the allowances on your W-4 form. Dont delay. Your employer has more than 30 days to get it done. on target for the amount you planned to put into savings this to make additional deposits to your savings account. the last week of December to send in an additional mortgage pay ment for 2014. Theres too much chance that it will be delayed in the mail or that it wont be pro cessed in time at the mortgage company. purchased winter coats and boots for the family, dont wait much longer, as stock will be gone in many stores. If necessary, put items on layaway to make sure theyre held for you. Walmarts layaway started Sept. 12; Burl ington Coat Factorys layaway ends Oct. 31. If you cant afford the whole amount now, layaway should buy you a few weeks. Spending Account for health ex penses, remember that you could lose whatever you dont spend before the end of the year. Your employer might have two options a 2-1/2-month grace period in the following year to spend the money, or a maximum $500 carry over to the next year. Without ei ther of these, youll need to spend the money on eligible health ex penses or lose it. When you set up your account for 2015, consider the expenses youre likely to have so there is no overage. track to be able to pay all cash for ber and November will give you a chance to set additional money aside. know youll need a new vehicle Camerons Design Call us for a free consultation! 20% off any plantation shutter order Seven nancial moves before years end THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! For more information about the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, our members, or upcoming events, visit us at the Winter Park Welcome Center, call (407) 644 8281 or log on to winterpark.org. ANNUAL SUPPORTERS 1st United Bank AAA Absolutely Fitting Affinity at Winter Park Felsing, LLC Fishback Dominick Florida Hospital Centre for Family Medicine Floridian Bank Hyperion Global Wealth Management Kitchen Divas Leading Edge Title Partners Main Street Children's Dentistry Miller's Ale House Winter Park Village Robert Clayton Roesch Rosenfelt Properties Sally Ward Interior Design Sonny's Franchise Company St. John Lutheran Church Stonebridge Financial Planning Group United Site Services US Signworks of Winter Park Venture Photography WKMG TV6 5+ YEARS 4 Rivers Smokehouse Binson's Home Health Care Centers Hemophilia Foundation of Greater Florida Mark L. Van Valkenburgh, PLLC Savannah Courts & Cottage of Oviedo Sweet! Vose Law Firm, LLP Bill & Robbi Walker 10+ YEARS Brio Properties Hampton Inn & Suites Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A. 15+ YEARS Michael Collard Properties, Inc. Ruth's Chris Steak House, Inc. Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival 20+ YEARS Bach Festival Society of Winter Park Cornell Fine Arts Museum Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A. Majestic Jewelers, Inc. Michael Abufaris, D.D.S. Orange County Tax Collector Pohl & Short, P.A. Slocum Platts/Architects P.A. 30+ YEARS Compass Investment Properties, Inc. Stanley Steemer 35+ YEARS Donald W. McIntosh Associates, Inc. 45+ YEARS YMCA Winter Park YMCA Family Center Chamber Trustees Park Avenue Merchants Association Please see FINANCE on page 14
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 13 In the recent past, were seeing and hearing more and more about CCL (ACL) injuries. In fact, its esti mated that in recent years Ameri cans spend on average $1.3 billion per year to repair their dogs CCLs. The injury and accompanying sur gery are becoming common place. Why is this and whats causing these injuries? The cranial cruciate ligament is one of the important stabilizers in the knee joint. Most sudden CCL injuries in dogs happen during exuberant activities, such as rough housing, running, playing, jumping, etc. CCL injuries are particularly common in canine athletes dogs that compete in agility, dock diving, Frisbee catching and more. Chronic damage develops over time and can be caused by poor neuromuscular coordination, con formational abnormalities, repeti tive injury, or poor muscle tone. Obesity can contribute to chronic ligament damage as well, because it puts excessive stress and weight on the knee joint. New research in dicates a couple of possibilities for the rise in CCL tears that were never before considered. growth plates close) because it cre ates conformational abnormalities. like hip dysplasia. Unfortunately, there is no foolproof way to prevent injuries in dogs. Keeping your dog lean and in great shape seems to be the best approach. Dogs that are in poor physical condition or are overweight are at the greatest risk of injury while healthy, well-condi tioned dogs are better able to avoid injuries, because their joints are protected by strong muscles. While CCL surgery may be nec essary, new research suggests that conservative management and re habilitation through exercise (par ticularly warm water swimming) is a viable alternative to surgery es pecially for partial CCL tears. Advo cates of conservative management recommend trying non-surgical techniques for eight weeks to see if symptoms improve. If they do, odds favor a non-surgical recovery. If surgery becomes necessary, there are several options and its best to do your homework before making a decision. The newer pro cedures are quite invasive and the research doesnt prove these pro cedures help the knee any more than less invasive procedures. If you choose surgery, once the veterinar ian gives clearance, rehabilitation via swimming has been shown to speed recovery. While you may not be able to stop a CCL tear, improving your dogs physical condition will help prevent this and other injuries, and give your dog a better quality of life as he ages. Sherri Cappabianca, an expert in the eld of canine health and tness, is the author of two books on canine health, and the co-owner of Rockys Retreat Canine Health & Fitness Center, and Barking Dog Fitness, a Gym for Dogs, both located in Orlando. For more information, visit rockysretreat.com or barkingdogtness.com CCL (ACL) injuries in dogs ADVERTORIAL Get in the spirit of the season and in the stockings of local shoppers with theWinter Park-Maitland Observer HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: rfrnt bntf n n f REACH: f fn f f f fn nfrfn f r f ISSUE DATE: SPACE DEADLINE: f AD DEADLINE: f Dont get lost in the holiday hustle and bustle! Reserve your ad space today by contacting Tracy Craft at 407.515.2605 or TCraft@TurnstileMediaGroup.com f tr r f rff f f n f f fn bnt rn f n n nf f nt rn f f ff n rf r f f f rf nt rfnt bn nrn nt r fn tb Vadim KlochkoFinancial Advisor.1134 E State Road 434 Winter Springs, FL 32708 407-327-3473 Every Monday in October, beginning October 6th. 1:30-3:30pm Lake Mary Senior Center 911 Wallace Court Lake Mary, FL 32746A $12.00 fee is due at the first class of the financial workshop.Refreshments will be served. MKD-2982B-A-ADRSVP to Eric at 407-327-3473 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, September 29, 2014. PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Dogs on the mend can benet from warm water swimming, and possibly avoid surgery. Sherri Cappabianca The Wet Nose Report
Page 14 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer BLOW DRY | outs in their service lists. Jarnes thinks Central Florida is hip enough for more options. This year she opened stores in Orlando and Winter Park, where they spe cialize in the service. While they do offer some hair treatments, ex tensions and up-dos, they dont do hair coloring or cutting. They costs $35. Many women come in before a special occasion or a date night. Other women make it part of their hair routine, coming twice a in just as a treat for themselves. Often theyre completely trans formed after the service, glowing, even, Jarnes said. I like the feeling of how I can make somebody happy in less than an hour; their whole day can change, said Ashley Tuten, a stylist there. Tuten had one special client who came in before each of her four baby showers to get her hair done. When it was time for her la bor to be induced, she stopped in on the way to the hospital to get a blowout. It was a little nervewracking; Tuten worried the hair dryer might stir up some labor, she said with a laugh. The salon has a list of blowout styles they do, from straight to big curls and beachy waves, but they can also do specialized looks. Women are quick to pull out their Pinterest inspiration pages, and s retro looks and even taken a womans thick, sandy colored hair and turned it into a signature Frozen braid. And no matter what the look, they want clients to feel relaxed and pampered. I think any service that makes somebody feel special should be important, Tuten said. People have stress in their jobs, they have stress in their home life, this is an escape route to get an experi ence that makes everybody forget those stresses, even if its a short period of time. C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 No matter the style or length of hair, all blowouts cost $35. There are two local Cherry Blow Dry Bar salons: 119 N. Orlando Ave. in Winter Park, which can be reached at 407636-6756, and 1430 N. Mills Ave. in Orlando, which can be reached at 407-250-5808. Visit cherryblowdrybar.com for gen eral information or facebook. com/orlandocherryblowdrybar to stay updated on local specials and events. www.lilylace.comEnd of Summer HUGE Sidewalk Sale Stop by and Test Your Ability to Resist Temptation!50+ Central Florida dealers with all kinds of treasures for sale: Antiques, collectibles, vintage, shabby chic, American Country Primitives, jewelry, furniture, linens, quilts and much more. FINANCE | soon, this is a good time to start shopping, comparing, reading re views and looking at price guides to the end of the year (in Decem ber), the more deals and incen tives will be available as deal ers try to close out the year with months also will give you time to save more toward a down pay ment, making your monthly pay ments smaller. David Ufngton regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to email@example.com C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 PHOTOS BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Shoppers sipped, snacked and strolled along Winter Parks Park Avenue for the Sip, Shop & Stroll event on Sept. 18. Sip, Shop & Stroll Sip, Shop & Stroll
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 15 WINEDINE rd Annual 3rfntbbbwinterparkannual.com | f a c ebook. c o m / winterparkannual | 321-396-7790 r C M Y CM MY CY CMY K wpa_w&d2014_8X5_print_ad_final.pdf 1 9/3/14 9:47 AM The calendar announced the First up is the 41st annual Winter Park Autumn Art Festival. The sidewalk art show is the only ju Florida artists exclusively. Come out for a fun weekend on Saturday, Oct. 11, and Sunday, Oct. 12, to ex perience the artwork of 150 talent ed artists, enjoy live entertainment on the Central Park stage, and a sidewalk sale at local merchants along Park Avenue. Weve even lined up art workshops for the kids led by instructors at Creald School of Art and a beer garden featuring seasonal craft beer from Florida Distributing Company. Festival hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Details are available at autumnartfestival.org Take a moment after the festi val to catch your breath, and then hit the ground running for Park Avenue Fashion Week. The lo cal celebration of art and design returns Oct. 25 through Nov. 1. You can pack your calendar with stylish trunk shows, fashionable VIP parties, special sales and, of course, the spectacular runway show. Information on Fashion Week events and Runway Show tickets are available at parkav enuefashionweek.com A Chamber of community When you hear the term cham ber of commerce, you might think of economic development, networking or professional de velopment and those things are alive and well at the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce. Our staff works day in and day out to ad vocate, support and grow local businesses. However, our Presi dent/CEO Patrick Chapin is of ten quoted as describing us as a chamber of community. He was recently quoted saying, The Win ter Park Chamber of Commerce has a unique perspective: to pro mote and support our business community, but also to enhance the civic and overall well-being of Winter Park. In this spirit of community, the Chamber is involved in a va riety of philanthropic activities. First, in September and October, the Chamber is supporting Pink Out Winter Park with the sale of Welcome Center. Purchase a pair take one home with you while the ing around town. All of the funds Hospital Mammography Schol arship Fund. But it doesnt stop there! Nearly three dozen local merchants are supporting the cause as well with special promo tions, events and give-back nights pinkoutwinterpark.com. The Chamber is also collecting diapers in an effort to raise aware ply of disposable diapers within our community. Diapers are man datory for day care centers and even free and subsidized facili ties require parents to provide a days supply of disposable dia pers. Consider this: when children are in daycare, parents are able to complete higher education pro grams, attend job training courses and work outside the home. By allowing parents to better their lives, the cycle of poverty can end. Disposable diapers and pull-ups in any size, including open pack ages, are welcome to be dropped off at the Winter Park Welcome Center, located at 151 West Lyman Avenue, Winter Park, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Satur days from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To learn more about diaper need in our community, visit diaperbankof Join us on the Front Porch Finally, in response to a rela tive divide in our community on complex issues, the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce recently launched the Front Porch Partner ship, a cross section of institutions committed to community conver sation and education. The part nership, which includes the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens, Friends of Casa Feliz, Hannibal Square Heritage Cen munity, Rollins College, Valen cia College, Winter Park History Museum and Winter Park Public Library, will work to create and promote Front Porch Talks, a se ries of forums and opportunities for discussion around key issues. Throughout its programming, the Front Porch Partnership will be a non-political, neutral and civil place for conversation. Its primary goal is to present an over view of a particular topic rather or initiative. It is worth noting that this group is operating separately from the city of Winter Parks vi sioning process and is not meant to disrupt or supersede that proj ect. be held at noon on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at Casa Feliz. The conversation will be with Kenneth Murrah and Fairolyn Livingston. These local in Winter Parks history when the community wrestled with tough decisions and lessons learned that are applicable today. Additional information will be available at winterpark.org shortly. Erika Spence is the senior director of marketing and communications at the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce. Erika Spence Business in the Park Here comes our most eventful season Discover the dierence call for a tour today! 2826 Shader Rd. Orlando, 32808 RockysRetreat.com 407-295-3888 B oarding Dog Daycare Hydrotherapy Fitness Canine Massage and more ARCHIVE PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER Lots of art will be on display, and for sale, at the Autum Art Festival coming in October.
Page 16 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Tonight Sept. 25 Hispanic Heritage Month Kick-off at City Hall We are all invited to join Mayor Buddy Dyer and Commissioner Tony Ortiz at the city of Orlandos eighth annual Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff. The free event celebrates Floridas Hispanic heritage and will feature an art exhibit of Latin Ameri can artists. The Kickoff will be held in the Orlando City Hall Rotunda beginning at 5 p.m., and will include a city proclamation, live entertainment and a ribbon-cutting cer emony. Call 407-2544652 or email hola@ cityoforlando.net Sept. 26 La Maschera Goes Motown! (in Orlando) Get ready to boogie down as Bud Light Platinum presents La Maschera Goes Mo with entertainment, dancing, cocktails and food, as well as a performance from Motown in Motion and The I-4 Band. Set for Sept. 26 beginning at 7 p.m., guests are encouraged to dress in themed attire best dressed wins a prize. At The Abbey in Orlando, tickets are $50 Downtown Arts District. Purchase tickets by calling 407-648-7060 or at lamasch era2014.eventbrite.com Sept. 26 to 28 Walt Disney World announces the Disney Fit Challenge will be held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex from Sept. 26 to 28 open to elite, intermediate and recreational against peers of the same or similar ages and skill levels by completing a variety of movements and workouts. With profes sional facilities as the backdrop, each com petitor will be tested for speed, strength, skill, endurance, balance and power. Call 407-939-7211 or visit disneyworld.disney. go.com Sept. 26 and 27 Sunburst Showcase of Celebrity Impersonators Guests of the Florida Hotel and Confer ence Center at 1500 Sand Lake Road in Orlando will be doing a series of doubleand over again until they learn the annual Sunburst Showcase of Celebrity Imperson ators is staking their claim to the hotel on Sept. 26 and 27 from 1 to 4 p.m. each day. Think variety show with many of the most famous performers in history. Marilyn, Elvis and Cher are always represented, and there are wonderful surprises as well. The performances are open to the public. Visit sunburstconvention. com Sept. 27 to Jan. 4 Orlando Museum of Art opens dual exhibit The Orlando Museum of Art will open a dual exhibit with titles David Rathman: Stand by Your Accidents and Lama Peterson: Suburbia Sub lime on Sept. 27. The exhibits run through Jan. 4. David Rathman explores icons of masculinity from the American West to football with protagonists caught in moments of introspection and/or defeat. Lamar Peterson animates a cast of candy-colored characters through works that examine American middle-class culture, racial stereotypes, and icons of masculinity. Suburbia Sublime includes painting, collage, drawing, and a newly commissioned outdoor sculpture. Call 407-896-4231 or visit omart.org Sept. 27 Casselberrys Latin Jazz & Art Festival Legendary jazz guitarist Marc An toine will headline Casselberrys Latin Jazz & Art Festival on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Lake Concord Park. Josh Garrick Culture for your calendar Please see CULTURE on next page FUNDRAISER Fish Fry For the Church of the Good Shepherd Outreach Ministry DATE: Friday, October 10, 2014 WHERE: Church of the Good Shepherd 331 Lake Avenue Maitland, Florida, 32751 407 644 5350 TIME: 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm PLACE: Parish Hall (follow signs for addl parking) FUNDRAISER Fish Fry Fish Fry Fish Fry Fish Fry Fish Fry Fish Fry For the Church of the Good Shepherd $8.00 per platter: Fish, French Fries, Hush Puppies, Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Dessert, Lemonade or Iced Tea !!!!!! TAKEOUT AVAILABLE !!!!!!!! DAVID RATHMAN
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 17 Food vendors, art demonstra tions, Latin dance presentations and childrens activities will be included. Bring a blanket, chairs and friends to the lakefront ad mission and parking is free. Call 407-262-7700, ext. 1507, or visit Casselberry.org Sept. 28 Free organ concert at Rollins College Princeton University Organ ist Eric Plutz will perform a free concert as part of the Conger Visiting Organist Concert Series on Sept. 28 at 3 p.m. in the Knowles Chapel at Rollins Col lege. Plutz performs with gusto, rhythmic control, according to James Hildreth of The American Organist. Mr. Plutz has four solo recordings on the Pro Organo label. Call 407-646-2233. Sept. 28 Violinist Lisa Ferrigno at Casa Feliz Violinist Lisa Ferrigno will perform a free concert on the Casa Feliz music series on Sept. 28 beginning at noon. Ferrigno has been concert master of the Brevard Symphony since 1999, and received her musical training at the New Eng land Conservatory, the Eastman School of Music, and Florida State University. Lisa has helped brides orchestrate their dream weddings as a soloist for Dis neys Fairytale Weddings since 1995 and has appeared on Dis neys Weddings of a Lifetime on TV. Casa Feliz Historic Home Museum is at 656 N. Park Ave. in Winter Park. Call 407-628-8200. Sept. 28 Bigus dealus collision of cartoon families Doh Homer Simpson and Peter a cold one. The supposed rivalry between two legendary animated hour in a landmark event airing on Fox on Sept. 28 (the season premiere of Family Guy) when in the Simpsons hometown an hour of animated comedy his tory. My only spoiler alert there merits of Pawtucket Patriot Ale and Duff Beer. Ya gotta be there. Current Orlandos Maryah Sullivan is 2014 National Youth of the Year Two weeks ago I reported that Orlandos Maryah Sullivan would travel to Washington, D.C. to vie for the title of National Youth of the Year competing for a $60,000 scholarship. Maryah won, and for the coming year will be the national teen spokes person for the nations 4 million Boys & Girls Club members. In D.C., Maryah participated in community service, attended a congressional breakfast and a gala. Maryahs chosen message is knowledge is power. Shes go to college, planning to attend the University of South Florida where she will major in pre-med. Congratulations, Maryah! Oct. 4 GLBT Community Centers Black & White Gala The GLBT Community Center will host their annual Black & White Gala on Oct.4 this year at the Orlando Museum of Art. The Museum is going through a face lift and will have two new exhib its open, plus the soon to open J. Hyde Crawford and Anthony Tortora Gallery. The new gallery is special, not only because it comes with $8.3 million dollars of art (the largest bequest the Museum has ever received), but it is appropriate that the gallery is named for men who were in a loving relationship. The Gala features VIP cocktails, a string quartet, food by John Michaels Events, live and silent auctions, dessert stations, entertainment and a preview of the Museums new art exhibit. Visit thecenteror lando.org/BW for tickets. CULTURE | Love classical music? Free concerts coming to Rollins College and Casa Feliz this weekend C ONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 407-522-3906. Bob Carr TheaterOctober 18th 11amPeter& WolfThePeter& WolfTheFamily Series Collin and Jeanmarie YorkSponsored In Part byFor Tickets 407-426-1739 | OrlandoBallet.orgALSO THIS SEASONThe Nutcracker FamilyDecember 20th & 21stThe Swan PrincessJanuary 24thThe Magical Princess DollMay 2nd Family Series Ad 8x10.indd 1 9/3/14 3:13 PM LISA FERRIGNO ERIC PLUTZ ORGAN CONCERT THE SIMPSONS MEET FAMILY GUY MARYAH SULLIVAN
Page 18 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Opinions Chris Jepson Perspectives One of lifes big mysteries is why any man would ever be aggressive with a woman. Concomitant with that question is where or how does such aggression American college women report physical/ How is that possible, and what does that Ive wondered for decades how men historically could have considered women as less than themselves. Its a bizarre concept, if for no other reason, that youre a man and you would couple (propagate) argument unfortunately is somewhat spe cious as illustrated by the recent incontro vertible evidence of Neanderthal DNA in modern humans. The recent revelations of abuse in the NFL illustrate how the league minimized the problem through inconsequential punishments. It is characteristic of our cultures handling of such issues. First, challenge and marginalize the woman and then excuse male behavior as, well, men are aggressive by nature and Im sure hes very sorry now. As sadly tragic as NFL players smacking their women around, and harassment even more disturbing. Professional football is violent. To will ingly participate in such a sport suggests a mindset that accommodates physical aggression as an appropriate expression of human behavior. Perhaps, but is the mar ginalization and mistreatment of Ameri legians more representative of masculine ters are harassed, manhandled or raped on Ill dispense as nonsensical the alleged rape fantasies reputed to appeal to some Being out-of-control is one thing (at times desirable), being raped quite another. There are any number of theories to explain why men rape. A now somewhat discredited description is the Biological Theory. Rape evolved with our species as a way for males to have a large number of partners without any commitment; the ol get your genes in as many offspring as possible explanation. An explanation I think overthought suggests sex is a commodity stolen by the rapist. Another theory has rape as a gender based hate crime. Yes, I see that. The Control Theory argues that rape isnt about sex but control. Again, yes. Sex to me is about joy and these theories are anything but. is the Developmental Theory. It posits, essentially, that how the twig is bent so grows the tree. If a man comes from a pu nitive, violent background (home life) he learns that violence and intimidation are acceptable expressions of masculinity. Ah, but heres a major rub, lads. There are many theories as to why men are aggressive and possessive of women. A legitimate question is how institutional ized has been the undeniable historic today does society still inform its men that Common law myth had it that 18th century Englishmen could discipline their wives and children with a whip or branch no bigger than ones thumb. This rule of thumb argued that a husband, Whipum but fer gawds sake dont killum. An old high school football cheer went, Hitum again, harder, harder! Hitum Could the NFLs female problem be emblematic of the American culture at The rule of thumb Jepson is a 27-year resident of Central Florida. Hes scally conservative, socially liberal, likes art and embraces diversity of opinion. Reach him at Jepson@MEDIAmerica.US Louis Roney Play On! rule: Never hit a girl. I have followed that among all worthy people. Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be. It is gratifying to say, Right on, Bob! who walked away with the movie role of Scarlet OHara in Gone With The Wind, may have been the most interestingly beautiful woman I ever saw in person. She and Laurence Olivier were together a long time, and then made it legal in what was one of the most talented and handsome histrionic couples ever. can dads, mine was undoubtedly thanked inadequately during his days on Earth. I am often asked, What kind of a man was mind immediately goes to the superlative department, although he probably didnt hear much about that talk in his lifetime. My father was a true intellectual, a teacher of Latin, Greek and several man. In his youth, he was a champion fencer in foil, sabre and epe. Later, at Rollins College, he enjoyed coaching a fencing team that won national renown. I remember a match at Harvard when dads Rollins team won handily over my alma mater! Dad was a very kind person, but I doubt he ever received the gratitude he deserved as a father. He was a man whom I never heard use any words of profanity or even vulgarity. When I asked him why he never said ugly words that are all too often used, he said, There are other words that express things much more accurately without resorting to profanity. in World War I, and managed somehow II when he was far over age. He was a strong patriot who told me, Any time our country is at war, I want to be in the U.S. military somewhere. Once during WWII I was on a destroyer escort sailing down Long Island Sound. Suddenly a seaman called me to say that my father was on the ship passing us in the other direction. Through megaphones, we quickly trans mitted greetings to each other. Our family had moved to Winter Park in the early 1930s when my dad was a language professor at Rollins. When my parents decided to build a house on Palmer Avenue in Winter Park, my father sat down and drew complete plans for the house. The builder afterward told me that dads plans were as profes sional as any he had ever used. Dad had a way of dismissing perplex ing challenges with the customary phrase, Thats a snap. When I once showed signed in integral calculus at Harvard, he pronounced it a snap and proceeded to prove it by solving it in a couple of minutes. In his late years, dad suffered from advanced macular degeneration. Mal heureusement, I have inherited that same partial blindness from him. I wish that I had inherited his brains instead! Lessons of a boy in 1930s Winter Park An International opera star for more than 40 years, Loiuis Roney has entertained on stage and on screen. He founded and directed the Festival of Orchestras, bringing the worlds best symphony orchestras to Orlando. He is a recipient of the Distinguished Professor Faculty Award from UCF, and continues to inspire and develop young artists. Orange County is known world wide for its exceptional theme parks and attrac tions. However, our local economy than many of the millions of tourists that visit each year may believe. Orange County is home to many other hightech industries including life sciences and health care, optics and photonics, and digital media. Our county is also a national leader in the modeling, simula tion, and training (MS&T) industry based at Central Florida Research Park in east Orange County. The origins of our MS&T cluster date back to March 20, 1950. On that day, the secretaries of the Army and Navy agreed to collaborate on future training and train ing devices. In 1965, the Armys Program and Instrumentation and the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division moved to Naval Training Center Orlando from the programs previous home in New York. Over the next two decades many more federal training directorates would move to Orlando. In the 1980s, these commands moved from the Navy base to their present site in Research Park adjacent to the University of Central Department of Homeland Security and more than 100 private companies are part of Orange Countys MS&T cluster. The MS&T industry provides critical the advent of modern simulation technol ogy, simulations were often rudimentary and abstract. Today, soldiers can simulate aircraft and armored vehicles to better prepare them for combat. This training is vital to ensuring that our troops return home safely from dangerous missions overseas. Other simulators developed in to practice lifesaving procedures without putting lives at risk and train pilots to navigate through hazardous conditions. Much of this military training technol ogy developed here in Orange County has real world applications for everyone in our community. Training aids origi nally developed for the armed forces are now being used here at home to enhance training for people in a variety of capaci ties from emergency medical technicians, theme park managers, surgeons, oil and gas workers, and even teachers. Other spinoffs from MS&T research include ap plications in the video game production and animation industries. The MS&T industry based out of Research Park has a very tangible eco nomic impact on our community. The industry employs 27,000 people in Florida and adds $4.8 billion to the states gross domestic product. The 120 companies in Central Floridas Research Park alone em ploy more than 8,500 people; the average salary of these jobs is $70,000. Orange County is committed to growing the high tech MS&T industry in Research Park. The county created a blue ribbon commission to tell our MS&T story, educate key audiences about the reach, breadth, and diversity of this key economic driver, and to bring awareness regarding the highly synergistic nature of MS&T to other key sectors of our economy. I am extremely proud of the industryleading work our modeling, simulation, and training cluster does to prepare both our military and civilian workers to better perform their jobs. As always, if you have any questions or concerns about any is sue facing Orange County, please do not hesitate to contact me or my staff, Edgar Robinson and Lynette Rummel. We can be reached at 407-836-7250 or by email and Modeling, simulation and our military impact Ted Edwards Commissioners Corner He told me, Any time
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Page 19 OBSERVER Open Houses THE MARKE T PLACE King Features Weekly ServiceSeptember 22, 2014 King Features Weekly ServiceSeptember 22, 2014 Saturday, September 27th: 457 Manor Road, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 4.5 BA | 3,797 SF | $864,900 Maitland Manors four (4) new Silliman City Homes. Open house 1 5 pm, Sat urday and Sunday. Central Maitland location off 17-92. Right on Manor Road, follow open house signs to 457 Manor Road. Homes range in price from $674,900 $864,900. Theyre 4 bed rooms from 2,837 SF 3,797 SF pool homes. Must see! Hosted by: Patrick Higgins with Kelly Price & Company from 1-5 PM Sunday, September 28th: 1444 Cardinal Court, Winter Park, FL 32789 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 3,400 SF | $849,000 Enjoy the charm of one of the best loca tions in Winter Park. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, surrounded by oak trees. This neighborhood is close to Park Av enue and truly a gem! This spacious two story house features a downstairs master suite and new bath. The three remaining bedrooms are on the second floor. The formal living room features a double sided fireplace, shared with the family room. The large bonus room/game room can be used as another bedroom or in-law suite. French doors lead to the large family room overlooking a private backyard. New, updated kitchen with granite counter tops. New roof. Great schools! Hosted by: Kelly L. Price with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 1330 Mayfield Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 3,272 SF | $1,295,000 This Stunning, sophisticated and me ticulously maintained four bedroom, two and one half bath pool home is located just a mile from Park Avenue. A classic foyer will greet you upon entrance with beautiful hardwood floors and views of the wide open living spaces. The family room, kitchen and breakfast nook are all open to one another and feature soar ing wood-beamed ceilings, handsome moldings, Epay hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace and a large breakfast bar. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with custom cabinets, granite counters and gourmet, gas appliances. French doors lead out to the stunning court yard with outdoor fireplace, gas summer kitchen, detached two-car garage and heated pool. The downstairs master suite is private with French doors that open to the pool. The bath features his and hers vanities and walk-in closets. Additional highlights include formal living and din ing rooms with solid wood plantation shutters, custom window treatments and surround sound system. Do not miss this opportunity to own this fabulous home. Hosted by: Jennifer King with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM 1502 Robin Road, Orlando, FL 32803 3 BR | 2 BA | 1,116 SF | $269,500 Audubon Park pool home for only $269,500! Oversized corner lot with screened patio! Sought after Audubon Park Elementary, Glenridge Middle, and Winter Park High. Fenced back yard with relaxing pool. Nicely landscaped pool area. House is neat and clean, freshly painted. Two car oversized garage. Close to Baldwin Park and shopping areas. Must see!! Hosted by: Patrick Higgins with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 100 Woodstream Court, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 3 BA | 2,914 SF | $649,900 Dont miss this amazing opportunity to live on the Winter Park Chain of Lakes. This 4 bedroom home has been meticu lously maintained. Highlights include a split floor plan, hardwood and tile floors throughout and a large screened pool. The spacious master suite features hard wood floors, his and hers walk-in closets, double vanities, soaking tub and walk-in shower. The kitchen offers views of the pool, large yard and boat dock and opens to the family room with a beautiful brick fireplace. Additional features include spacious formal living and dining rooms, twocar garage, wonderful utility/laun dry room and top-rated Maitland and Winter Park schools. Hosted by: Jennifer King with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM 4744 Hall Road, Orlando, FL 32817 4 BR | 2 BA | 2,884 SF | $525,000 This beautiful and meticulously main tained four bedroom home is situated on a 1.6 acre lot on Lake Nan. Located in the top-rated Winter Park school dis trict, Lake Nan is approximately 23 acres and is a spring fed ski lake. The eat-in kitchen is wide open to the family room with vaulted ceilings and features a large center island, custom tile backsplash, quartz counters, dual ovens, breakfast bar and custom accent lighting. The fam ily room is equipped with a double sided, wood burning bricked fireplace with cus tom built-in shelving and surround sound system. The private backyard is beauti fully landscaped and the solar heated pool has been recently resurfaced. The dock and outdoor patio are perfect for dining, lounging and fishing. The dock also includes a jet-ski ramp. The master suite with hardwood floors and walk-in SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12-3 NEW PRICE MEDITERRANEAN BEAUTY IN PRIME LO CATION 907 Moss Lane, Winter Park 3BR/2.5BA, 2,540SF. Handsomely ap pointed Mediterranean pool home. Open floor plan flows seamlessly. No detail has been overlooked. Hardwood flooring & crown molding. French doors open from the expansive first floor living area and master suite to the salt-water pool. Re cently updated gourmet kitchen. Winter Park schools. $849,000 SATURDAY 12-3 SUNDAY 1-4 TOTALLY RENOVATED 1849 Loch Berry, Winter Park 3BR/2BA, 1,530SF. Renovated, taste fully designed, 3 bedroom split plan with large master. Oversized 2 car garage. Re-plumbed and renovated with new hot closets is split from the other bedrooms. Other highlights include formal living and dining rooms, large mud room/laundry room off the kitchen and a fabulous Flor ida room with built in spa and bar all overlooking the pool, yard and lake. Hosted by: Jennifer King with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM 2130 Deloraine Trail, Maitland, FL 32751 3 BR | 2 BA | 2,076 SF | $379,900 Stunning Dommerich pool home! Reno vated designer home with polished ter razzo floors, crown molding, custom window treatments, mosaic glass kitch en back splash, wood burning fireplace, French doors, and more. Open floor plan features lovely foyer, spacious formal liv ing room, formal dining room (or use as study), kitchen with breakfast bar that overlooks sunny breakfast area, and family room with reading nook. French doors open to gorgeous pool and lushly landscaped back yard, complete with wood gazebo and relaxing hammock! Highly desirable location and custom landscaped yard. Upgraded home with new or newer roof, Trane A/C, windows, lighting, appliances, and electrical. This is the most immaculate, well-main tained, and beautiful house in the Dom merich area. Truly a special home for the new owner! Hosted by: Marty Katz with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 457 Manor Road, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 4.5 BA | 3,797 SF | $864,900 Maitland Manors four (4) new Silliman City Homes. Open house 1 5 pm, Sat urday and Sunday. Central Maitland location off 17-92. Right on Manor Road, follow open house signs to 457 Manor Road. Homes range in price from $674,900 $864,900. They are 4 bed rooms from 2,837 SF 3,797 SF pool homes. Must see! Hosted by: Patrick Higgins with Kelly Price & Company from 1-5 PM water heater, plumbing and electrical fix tures. New AC system. Remodeled kitch en with granite countertops and stainless appliances. Kitchen opens to living area. New flooring throughout. Inside laundry room. Master suite has double closets. New roof 2010. $399,000 SATURAY 1-4 BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOME IN GREAT LOCA TION 1263 Serena Drive, Winter Park 3BR/3BA, 1,686SF. Per fectly situated between Baldwin Park and downtown Winter Park. Freshly painted inside and out. New carpet. New land scaping, front door and hardy board have been added to the exterior. One bedroom currently used as a den can be converted to a downstairs master. Wood Burn ing fireplace enhances the great room and dining area. Private courtyard area. Newer A/C and appliances. $299,000 SATURAY & SUNDAY 1-4 STUNNING COLLEGE PARK HOME 3532 Golfview Blvd, Orlando 3BR/3.5BA, 3,413SF. Designer home overlooking the 10th hole of the Dubs dread Golf Course. Resort style salt water pool and summer kitchen. Spacious floor plan and gourmet kitchen. Two master bedrooms with high ceilings. New roof, plumbing, landscaping and custom de signed front door. New energy efficient windows, complete exterior and interior painting, designer light fixtures and sinks. 2 car garage, excellent storage, two laun dry rooms. $769,000 SUNDAY 12-3 2000 Derbyshire Road, Maitland FANTASTIC CURB APPEAL 4BR/2BA, 2,220SF. Traditional beauty. Hardwood floors in spacious living areas & new carpet in 4 bedrooms. Wood burn ing fireplace & quaint kitchen includes a cozy breakfast nook. Huge inside laundry room with large walk-in pantry. Screened porch overlooks fenced, freshly sodded back yard. Extras include New AC, new drain field & updated electrical panel. 2 car garage. $250,000 FANTASTIC FAMILY HOME 1385 Hibiscus Avenue, Winter Park 5BR/3BA, 3,079SF. Beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Bathrooms are updated as well. Crown molding thru out. Wonderful real wood flooring. Master upstairs has an additional space being used as an of fice. Back yard is private and has plenty of room for a pool if buyer needed. Winter Park Schools! $544,000 SUNDAY 1-4 HEART OF WINTER PARK 1370 Alberta Drive, Winter Park 4BR/5.5 BA, 3,595SF. Wonderful home in a tucked-away area in the heart of Winter Park. Main house with 3 bedrooms 3.5 baths and guest/in-law house with 1 liv ing room, bedroom, bath, and complete kitchen. Gourmet Kitchen opening to family room and dining room. Overlooks screened pool. Two fireplaces. Master bedroom downstairs with sitting room/ office. 3-car garage with a full bath. Lake Osceola access across the street. Beau tiful landscaping. Renovation in 2003 & 2006. $879,000 SPACIOUS AND UNIQUE 1610 Chippewa Trail, Maitland 4BR/3BA, 3,609SF. Southern traditional 3-story Dommerich Estates pool home with two fireplaces, crown molding, plan tation shutters and more. Large kitchen features built-in desk and island with eat-in area. Florida room is wrapped in windows and built-ins. Master suite of fers hardwood floors, fireplace and Ja cuzzi tub. Deeded lake access to Lake Minnehaha. $669,000 CUSTOM LAKEFRONT HOME 625 Terrace Blvd, Orlando 4BR/4.5BA, 5,169SF. Located on beau tiful Lake Highland. This 1929 home was redesigned and reconstructed into a stunner with lakefront views from 3 levels. Spacious gourmet kitchen and great room with fireplace opening onto a large lakeside balcony. Private office off the master. Over the 2 car garage there is an in-law suite complete with its own balcony porch. Has a great covered dock. $1,750,000 GORGEOUS KEY WEST CHARMER 926 N. Hyer Avenue, Orlando 4BR/3.5BA, 2,816SF. Beautifully updated and remodeled home with attention to quality and details. Open floor plan with plenty of natural light. 10 ft ceilings, fireplace, wood floors and French doors. Large kitchen with island and chef grade appliances. 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Page 20 | Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Order your classified ad online! At WPMObserver. com you can create, customize and pay for your ad in one convenient place! WPMObserver.com WPMObserver.com WPMObserver.com THE MARKE T PLACE Jackie OLeary 12304 Pescara Lane, Orlando $282,390 9/12 Jerry Oller 1653 Roundelay Lane, Winter Park $1,100,000 9/18 Catherine DAmico 640 Worthington Drive, Winter Park $495,000 9/18 Janis Fuller 1272 S. Pennsylvania Av enue, Winter Park $425,000 9/19 Janis Fuller 8609 Amber Oak, Orlando $335,000 9/22 Emily Williams 1870 Prospect Avenue, Orlando $410,000 9/22 ANNOUNCEMENTS Auction: Burkes Garden Tazewell County, Va. 133 acres crop, pas ture, mature timber, ponds, bold spring branch. Offered in 2 tracts (12 acres & 121 acres). Outstanding views. Joins Na tional Forest. Sale date Saturday, October 11 at 11AM. VISIT WWW.WOLTZ.COM FOR PREVIEW DATES AND PHOTOS. Sold to Highest Bidder Over $252,000. 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Other office units available from 800-3000 SF. New Orleans style bldg; great prices. Call Ann 407-293-1934. an email@example.com REAL ESTATE: FOR SALE Home for Sale 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Chuluota. City sewer and water, nice neighborhood, good schools, nice shade trees, screened in patio. Home has been updated and is move in ready, granite countertops, tile floors, heat pump, all appliances stay. Price: Asking $200,000.00 407-9718114 UNRESTRICTED ACREAGE: Timber, Hunting, Recreation 40 to 350 from 1250 per acre. Mature hardwoods, Road frontage Power, Creek frontage, Mountain views, Private, Excellent hunt ingDeer and Turkey. Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423-756-5700 SALES: GARAGE Rummage Sale Huge Bargains Friday Oct 3 8am-4pm Saturday Oct 4 8am-2pm Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd (in Parish Hall) 331 Lake Ave nue, Maitland 32751 407-644-5350 www.goodshepherdmaitland.com Lots of bargains: collectibles, jewelry, an tiques, linens, appliances, furniture, gar dening items, tech equipment and more! FLORIDA TRAFFIC INFOA toll-free resource of the Florida Department of Transportation (standard mobile phone minutes, text message and data charges may apply) CALL 511 VISIT FL511.COM MOBILE APP TWITTER 720 Delaney Park Drive, Orlando, FL 32806 sold by Mary Ann Steltenkamp & Patrick Higgins with Kelly Price & Com pany 1180 Tom Gurney Drive, Winter Park, FL 32789 sold by Kelly L. Price with Kelly Price & Company 521 Garfield Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 sold by Gwyn Clark with Kelly Price & Company 1210 Burning Tree Lane, Winter Park, FL 32792 sold by Gwyn Clark with Kelly Price & Company 1710 Smokey Oak Way, Longwood, FL 32750 sold by Liz Jones & Christy Knox with Kelly Price & Company 960 Georgia Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 sold by Kelly L. Price, Jenni Sloan & Mary Ann Steltenkamp with Kelly Price & Company OBSERVER Just Sold Homes balconies great for entertaining. Mas ter suite with fireplace, private balcony, walk-in closet & generous bathroom. Salt water pool, lush landscaping, outside storage area and fenced in backyard. $1,299,000 NEW PRICE POOL HOME IN FANTASTIC LOCATION 914 Moss Lane, Winter Park 4BR/3BA, 3,335SF. Pool home with tons of space, on a large lot, in a fantastic location! Renovated in 2003. Two mas ter suites downstairs, expansive great room with vaulted ceilings, wood burning fireplace, large Florida room with built-in bar looks out on to screened pool. BRAND NEW screen enclosure surrounds the large pool/patio which has mature, lush landscaping providing lots of privacy. $609,900 DOMMERICH ESTATES 1760 Tippicanoe Trail, Maitland 5BR/3.5BA, 3,520SF. New construction located in Dommerich Estates. Energy efficient and high quality craftsmanship. First floor features a master suite, guest bedroom and full bath. Second floor has 3 bedrooms with walk-in closets and a bonus room. Spacious kitchen with large island and breakfast bar. Master retreat has an open sitting area and French doors leading to backyard. Birch wood flooring, double pane windows, and cus tom landscaping. Deeded lake access to Winter Park Chain of Lakes. $750,000 BALDWIN PARK TOWNHOME 1318 Chatfield Place, Orlando 3BR/3BA, 2,222SF. Gorgeous townhome is like new. Spacious living room and dining room with real hardwood floor. Upgraded kitchen features 42 cabinets, granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances. Step out and enjoy your pri vate balcony off the kitchen. Large mas ter bedroom suite with walk-in closet. Minutes away from pools, fitness center, restaurants and shopping. $389,900 SUNDAY 2-5 TASTEFULLY BUILT TOWNHOME 2029 Country Side, Orlando 2BD/2.1BA, 2,023SF. Elegant two story townhome in the Country Club Town house Estates. Features office space off the kitchen, 2-car garage and views of the courtyard. Fireplace surrounded by handcrafted bookshelves. Dining room is spacious, light and bright. Spacious master bedroom with a second fireplace. Kitchen has a lot of storage, serving counter, pantry, and window overlooking the side yard. Owner offering a $25,000 redecorating allowance. $295,000 UPDATED COLLEGE PARK TOWNHOME 904 Sussex Close, Orlando 3BR/2BA, 2,060SF. Single story condo in College park/ Country Club area. New roof Sept. 2014. 2-car attached garage with AC, 10 ft. ceilings throughout, par quet floors, completely repainted, new plantation shutters, new carpeting, new electrical panel, re-piped. Large kitchen with breakfast area. Family room has a fireplace and opens up onto a brick pa tio. Master bedroom with walk-in closet and separate from the other bedrooms. Community pool, night security guard. $239,000 1365 Grove Terrace, Winter Park, FL 32789 sold by Pamela Ryan with Kelly Price & Company 571 N. Lake Sybelia Drive, Maitland, FL 32751 sold by Pamela Ryan with Kelly Price & Company 615 Sunnyside Court, Orlando, FL 32801 sold by Kase Ellers with Kelly Price & Company King Features Weekly ServiceSeptember 22, 2014