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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! STROLLERS TAKE TO THE RACES LIFESTYLES, 10 Hep C cure on the way Local doctor helped create it with pioneering clinical trials NEWS, 8 Can Winter Park recover? Wildcats take a gridiron nosedive SPORTS, 9 COMMUNITY BULLETIN ............ 4 CALENDAR .................... 4 SPORTS ...................... 9 LIFESTYLES ................... 10 CULTURE ..................... 14 OPINIONS .................... 17 CLASSIFIEDS .................. 19 Winter Park will have a new mayor by next March. Mayor Ken Bradley an nounced on Tuesday that he would not be running for a third term due to multiple personal reasons. At this point, after careful contemplation, I have chosen not to seek a third term, Brad my term out. I look forward to serving through March and re ally believe the city is ready for a new generation of leadership. Bradley said that both his family life and position as CEO of Winter Park Hospital demand greater attention moving for ward. service, and Ive enjoyed doing that, Bradley said. I know Ive disadvantaged my fam ily from time to time having to choose between oral events and activities and spending time with them. The thing that is very impor tant to me is something called balance, he said. Thats been nonexistent in my life. Bradley has served as the mayor of Winter Park since 2009, getting reelected in 2012 with more than 71 percent of the vote. During his nearly six years completion of SunRail in Winter Park and has kept property tax es at a standstill. City reserves have also grown from roughly six percent to around 27 percent during Bradleys tenure. As I look back on where the city has come and Ive done some real thinking about that over the last few days I think years ago when I became may or, Bradley said. Both with the visioning thats happening and new waves of interesting de velopments, I think its time for new leadership. Ive done what I feel like I came to do. As for whether hell ever run Bradley said he wouldnt rule it out. Ill never say never, Brad ley said. PHOTO BY TIM FREED THE OBSERVER Mayor Ken Bradley, second from right, cited work and family needs in his decision. Winter Park mayor to not pursue third term TIM FREED Observer staff from the Maitland City Council on Thursday, the lot where the old decrepit Winn-Dixie resides over rising from the ashes into a mixed-use six-story apartment building. An eyesore for more than a decade, residents say they wont be sad to see the existing building go, but many disagree on what should replace it. Resident Roxanne Johnson is leading the charge to con vince the Council to decrease the amount of density allowed in the downtown, adding an emphasis on the importance of green space and pedestrian safety. Johnson presented a petition to reinstate the citys old city hall site as a park signed by 813 residents at the Councils last Oct. 13 meet ing. She and other residents plan to picket with signs out front of City Hall prior to Thursdays meeting. Other residents say they are looking forward to the increased downtown density, arguing that the downtown district has limit ed space and needs to be utilized properly as necessary to create vibrant retail center for the com Maitland downtown proposal heads to vote SARAH WILSON Observer staff Please see DOWNTOWN on page 2 Winter Park Life Scout John Michael Thomas could have the fountain paying tribute to a fall en friend fully funded within the next couple weeks. And the site for the fountain is already being prepared. John Michael, a group of scouts and a city staffer removed roses from the Central Park rose garden on Saturday to make way for a bronze peacock fountain a tribute to John Michaels child hood friend Elizabeth Buckley, who passed away of an inoper able brain tumor in December 2012. It feels pretty great, said John Michael, who began fund raising in April. Were getting coming together after all the hard work the community has done. Its been such a long journey. The young scout has raised $44,000 as of Monday, quickly approaching his goal of $50,000 that would pay for the fountain, landscaping and irrigation. John Michael said a dedica tion ceremony should take place in the early weeks of December. PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE OBSERVER John Michael Thomas digs in Central Parks rose garden to ready it for a fountain. 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Page 2 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer The two hope to see the same improvements made to the pedes trian crosswalks where Aloma Av enue intersects with Balfour Drive and Lakemont Avenue. Its not just going to help blind, Robin said. It helps the deaf, and it helps the el derly. Misty Sanborn, an employment specialist for reha bilitation services at the Crealde Business Center, says she crosses at the intersection of ten in her scooter. In over 30 years, that place is the only corner Ive ever tipped my scooter over, Sanborn said. curb cut ended. Luckily, Sanborn said a lot of people rushed from their cars to help her up, and she was not seri ously injured. Sanborn said the new ramps with raised edges, so theyre eas ier to navigate. Additionally, she the button to change the light be cause of her height in her scooter. bag for a pen to press the button a problem she no longer has. She said that she also hopes to see the same changes made to the intersection at Lakemont Avenue and Aloma Avenue. Because audible signals are not required at every intersection, Margraf said a request must be made to trigger the process to in stall the safety technology at other intersections. The money we earn goes to fund programs that help people get back to work in Central Florida. Meaning, the more you give, the more we can help. Industries of Central Florida, Inc.Building Lives That Work. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE (800-435-7352) WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE. REGISTRATION #CH5843 Goodwill accepts these gently used items:At Goodwill, donations = jobs. Clothes and shoes Household dcor and furniture Books Electronics (even obsolete and non-working computers and cell phones!) Vote by mail Go online or call to request your absentee ballot by October 29 by 5:00 p.m. Vote early New sites are available! Visit one of thirteen locations, 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Monday, October 20 Sunday, November 2. Visit our website for details. Vote on Election Day You must vote at your assigned polling place on Election Day. Watch the mail for your Official Sample Ballot which will include your voting location. (407) 836-8683 www.orangecountyvotes.com Registered voters may choose from 3 convenient ways to vote! VO TING MADE EASY! DOWNTOWN | T hursday meeting may change Maitlands core munity. We have enough parks, resident Butch Charlan told the Council on Oct. 13. But what we dont have enough of is frontage to put retail. David Lamms proposal, which is up for vote on Thurs day, includes constructing 220 apartment units, an estimated 42,000-square-feet of retail space, a 503-space parking garage, and a 41-space surface parking lot on the land currently occupied by the old Winn-Dixie and New Tra ditions Bank Plaza bordering it to the north. The Council will vote on the proposal in a special meet ing on Oct. 23 at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Three-year journey to a safer crossing ends For the last few years, Keith Wiedemann wasnt sure if he could make it across Aloma Av enue alive. If a car ran a red light or turned right on a red, the blind Winter Park resident couldnt see it. They run those lights so much, its very chancy to cross the streets there, he said. Oh, it was treacherous. But its easier now. Thanks to an improvement project three years in the making, blind, visually impaired and el derly pedestrians in Winter Park have a better way to cross the street at the intersection of Aloma Avenue and St. Andrews Boule vard. A long wait and $68,000 later, the project is complete, said Joan Carter of the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). FDOT, in correspondence with the city of Winter Park, installed accessible pedestrian signals and added Americans with Dis abilities Act-compliant ramps to the intersection, according to at the city of Winter Park. Carter said the project would have cost $25,000 on a new roadway, but was more expensive because of its older location. The design began about a year ago, and on Sept. 17, the completed renovations were inspected. Winter Park Oaks, a neighbor hood that sits two blocks from the intersection, is home to numerous mobility-impaired resi dents, including Keith and Robin Wiedemann, who frequently cross at the intersection. Keith, 60, has been blind his whole life, and his wife Robin, 55, wheelchair since recently having her leg amputat ed. The two cross Aloma Avenue regularly to go to Publix. My wife steers and I push, Keith said. Before the intersec tion was renovated, Keith says it was dangerous for he and Robin to cross. The two agree that there are a lot of car accidents in the area, and cars run the red lights at that intersection frequently. People here dont care, said Robin, Theyll hit you and keep going. When pedestrians press the button at the stoplight, the Ac cessible Pedestrian Signal (APS) repeats wait, until it is safe to cross, and then counts down until the pedestrian no longer has the right of way. It also features in structions on how to operate the APS in braille. Robin says that since the sys tem has been installed, the light also changes more frequently. It would take a long time, because normally the light on Aloma is very long and St. Andrews is very short, she said. MEGAN ELLIOTT Observer staff PHOTO BY MEGAN ELLIOTT THE OBSERVER Signals made for the handicapped now help pedestrians cross Aloma Avenue.
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Page 4 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Calendar OCT. 23 On Thursday, Oct. 23, the Junior League of Greater Orlando will host its seventh an nual Halloween Hustle 5K from 5 to 10 p.m. in Baldwin Park. This annual event in cludes a 5K Run/Walk, a Kids Fun Run and post-race festivities including carnivalinspired activities and live entertainment. Advance registration is $30 per adult and $35 at the event. Registration for the Kids Fun Run (children 12 and under) is $10 on race day. To register for the Halloween Hustle 5K Race to End Childhood Hunger, visit halloweenhustlewithus.com OCT. 25 Enjoy a late afternoon of music and na ture as the Florida Young Artists Orchestra and the Maitland Symphony Orchestra perform from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Sat urday, Oct. 25, at Mead Botanical Garden, located at 1500 S. Denning Drive in Winter Park. Call 321-303-1404 or visit PAMait land.org The Goldenrod Area Chamber of Com merce would like to invite all to come out for a very exciting 36th annual Goldenrod Festival & Parade on Saturday, Oct. 25, Community Bulletin 3D projection shows coming to Winter Park Ninjaneer Studios, a digital content cre ation company based in Winter Springs, signed agreements this month with the cities of Titusville and Winter Park to produce a 3D projection mapping show for their respective events. A projection mapping show will be held at Winter Parks holiday season indoor ice-skating event, Winter in the Park, running Nov. 14 through Jan. 11. Engineering company award ed as regional innovator Productivity Apex Inc., a woman-owned, Orlando-based engineering company, is honored to receive the Regional Innovator award at the 2014 Schwartz Tech Awards, presented to select Central Florida com panies by the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission, in conjunction with the Orlando Tech Association and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. 5019096 We come to you! 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Munster Something Spooktacular is Brewing ... be a part of it! $5 Daily Admission Ample Free Parking International Orchid Vendors Beautiful Orchid ExhibitsAmerican Orchid Society Fall Members Meeting Show & SaleSheraton Orlando North 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.Orchid Spooktacular October 31-November 2 at 4755 N. Palmetto Ave. in Winter Park, at the Goldenrod Station off of Aloma Avenue and Goldenrod Road. The day will begin at 8 a.m. with a pancake breakfast. Pet owners are encouraged to bring their furry friends dressed in their cutest costumes to Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Homes by 10 a.m. to enter to win rst, second and third place prizes. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. down Aloma Avenue, from For syth Road to Goldenrod Road eastbound. Contact Darlene at the Chamber for more information at 407-677-5980. The fth annual Pumpkin Run 5K starts at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25, at Mead Botanical Garden. The fundraiser benets the people of Haiti with health, education and economic development. Awards will be presented to the top male and female runners and competitive walkers and top three nishers for each age division. Call 407-421-2151. Dust off those fancy Western boots and get on down to Winter Parks West Mead ow at 7 p.m. on Oct. 25 for the fourth an nual Cows n Cabs to benet the Com munity Food & Outreach Center. At this Western-themed event, guests may ex pect some fancy food, music and spirits from more than 18 of Central Floridas top restaurants including 4 Rivers Smoke house, Kres and K Restaurant, alongside newcomers such as Soco and P is for Pie Bakeshop. You can guess about the cows; the cabs are cabernets. Visit cowsncabs. com Harrietts Park Avenue Fashion Week celebrates the local fashion and retail design community from Oct. 25 to Nov. 1 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Its a full week of events, from trunk shows to designer meet-and-greets, packs a fashionable agenda. A grand nale fashion show will be held the evening of Saturday, Nov. 1 in Central Parks West Meadow. Tickets are available online. Call 407-644-8281 or visit parkavenuefashionweek.com to learn more. Children are invited to dress in their cos tumes and trick or treat at the participat ing merchants on Park Avenue on Oct. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 407-644-8281 to learn more. The Central Florida community is invited to enjoy Halloween Howl at Rollins Col lege, a fun and safe daytime event for the entire family, on Saturday, Oct. 25, from 2 to 5 p.m. Some of the spooky activities offered include a costume contest, trick or treating, haunted houses, arts and craft activities and carnival games. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Children will have the opportunity to get a head start on trick or treating through out the residence halls and tour haunted houses created by Rollins student organi zations. Visitors can park in the SunTrust Plaza Parking Garage. Call 407-691-1250 for more information. OCT. 26 The 15th annual free Pet Costume Con test presented by The Doggie Door will feature a large dog contest at 11 a.m. and a small dog contest at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26, at the corner of Park and Gareld avenues in downtown Winter Park. Pets can trick or treat from noon to 3 p.m. at more than 30 Park Avenue merchants. Call 407-644-2969. On Sunday, Oct. 26, The Jewish Pavilion, an Orlando-area organization dedicated to supporting the elderly, will be holding its fth annual Fall Festival to raise aware ness and funds to support the elderly in the community. The event is in honor of Bunny Rosen, a long-time Orlando resi dent. The Jewish Pavilion Fall Festival and Walk includes a free bagel breakfast, entertainment, a health fair, activities for children, and dozens of vendors. Sponsor ships and vendor locations are available. Contact the Jewish Pavilion at 407-6789363. Registrations for the walk and do nations are being accepted at thepavilion. webconnex.com/2014FallFestival.
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Page 6 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Winter Park City Talk BY RANDY KNIGHT CITY MANAGER Oct. 27 City Commission meeting There will be a City Commis sion meeting Monday, Oct. 27, at 3:30 p.m. in City Hall Commission Chambers located at 401 S. Park Ave. For the most up-to-date agen da, please visit cityofwinterpark. org under Whats New. Below are a few topics of interest: Mayors Report ert Reinauer for his Art in Cham bers exhibition titled Rollins (Re) Visits Cuba. Need Month Week County Week of the Family Recreation Advisory Board alter nate position Non-Action Items ity Task Force interim report. parking codes for retail stores, shopping centers and restaurants. Consent Agenda 13, 2014. contract. orders (for a complete listing visit cityofwinterpark.org/ccpackets). budget adjustment to account for the Federal Grant for storm water improvements to the Lake Forest/ Howard Drive retention pond. Action Items Requiring Discussion cal Agreement for the Downtown Performing Arts Center funding. located at 2908 Temple Trail for a park, open space and conservation property. view. Public Hearings nance supplementing Ordinance 2953-14 authorizing the issuance nance the refunding of a portion of the outstanding Electric Revenue Bonds, Series 2005A. issuance Electric Revenue Bonds, Series 2014, to refund a portion of the outstanding Electric Revenue Bonds, Series 2005A. Investments Winter Park LLC: Final conditional use ap proval to redevelop the former Corporate Square and Winter Park Dodge properties with a 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Grocery and a 36,000-square-foot retail building, with three outpar cel development sites on the prop erties at 1000/1050 N. Orlando Ave., 1160 Galloway Drive and 967 Cherokee Ave. Second reading of the ordi nance vacating and abandoning the portions of Galloway Drive and Friends Avenue within the proposed Whole Foods develop ment project. nance regulating medical mari juana treatment centers. authorizing the conveyance of the city-owned property located at 300 N. Pennsylvania Ave. Lakeview Drive as a historic re source on the Winter Park Register of Historic Places. Group to revise the site plan for the townhouse project at 403 and 421 W. Morse Blvd. lacqua for an after-the-fact subdi vision or lot split approval on 1252 Lakeview Drive. tion for a lot consolidation and sub division approval to combine and then re-subdivide the properties at 755/761/781/783/785/831/835 West Canton Ave. and at 437/439/441 N. Capen Ave., into 12-single-family lots. Remember, if you are unable to attend City Commission meet ings, you can watch them live, gavel-to-gavel as they happen. During the meeting, simply log on to cityofwinterpark.org/cclive to business. Feed the Need kicks off Oct. 31 On Friday, Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. at City Hall Plaza located at 401 S. Park Ave., Florida Distributing, nity and Winter Park Memorial Hospital will kick off the Feed the gins Saturday, Nov. 1, and goes through Friday, Nov. 21. Cam paign partners city of Winter Park, Rollins College, Sodexo, Think Creative Inc., and Winter Park Chamber of Commerce are renewing their effort to end hun ger in Central Florida. Today, 187,940 children strug gle with hunger in Central Florida an 8.9 percent increase over last year. For every $1 donated, up to $9 worth of grocery products is provided for those in need. In fact, 96 percent of every dollar goes straight to feeding people. Please join us in supporting this fundraising effort by becom ing a part of the city of Winter Park team at http://bit.ly/winter parkfeed2014. Every soldier deserves a heros welcome On Friday, Nov. 7, at 10 a.m. the city of Winter Park will pres ent its fourth annual Veterans Day Celebration. This event will be held in honor of all of the veterans of Winter Park at the Winter Park Community Center Ruby Ball Am phitheatre located at 721 W. New England Ave. Hometown Hero and star of the SuperBowl XLVIII com past January, Lt. Chuck Nadd, will be the featured guest speaker. The city calls all veterans that have served in any military cam paign or military branch in honor of our nations freedom. This event pays tribute to their dedicated ser vice to our country and the com munity is invited to join us in hon oring these distinguished men and women. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., the VFW Post 2093 Community Band will be entertaining guests as they visit with organizations and services cial program will begin with mu sical tributes, anecdotal speakers including Lt. Chuck Nadd, and rec ognition of veterans according to military branches served. For more information regarding the citys fourth annual Veterans Day Cel ebration, please call 407-599-3428. Its time for Fall Cleanup The city of Winter Park is pleased to announce the 2014 Fall Cleanup during the month of No vember is just in time for the holi day season. This large-item pickup service will provide a bonus day on which Waste Pro, the citys solid waste service provider, will pick up old furniture, broken applianc es, and other bulky items. To take advantage of this conve nient service, residents must place their items curbside after 5 p.m., on the evening before their sec ond scheduled garbage and trash pickup day during their designat ed cleanup week. If you live north of the Fairbanks/Aloma avenues corridor, your bonus pick-up day will be Thursday, Nov. 6, or Friday, Nov. 7. If you live south of the Fair banks/Aloma avenues corridor, your bonus pick-up day will be Thursday, Nov. 13, or Friday, Nov. 14. Please note: hazardous waste, electronics and yard waste are not included in the Fall Cleanup. For more information, please call 407-774-0800. on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, watch us on Vimeo. On the corner of North Park Avenue & Gareld in Downtown Winter Park Large Pet Costume Contest at 10:30am Small Pet Costume Contest at 12:00pm A BE N EFIT F O R THE S E BAS TI AN H A U L F U ND H E LP I NG C E N TR AL F LO RI DA G REYH O U NDS RE AC H THEIR N E W FA MIL Y. BENEFICIARY: FOUND ED & H O STED B Y FOR MORE INFORMATION: Please call 407-644-2969 or stop by our store at 329 Park Avenue North, Winter Park FEATURING: Pet Trick or Treat in Park Avenue stores from 12noon to 3pm PLUS: Pet Related Vendors, Caricature Artist, Pet Photographer, Pet Trainers Photo Courtesy of Donna Miller SUNDAY, OCT O BER 26TH 10AM 3PM SUNDAY, OCT O BER 26TH 10AM 3PM SP ONS ORED B Y: petFIFTEENTH ANNU A L P A RK AVENUE costume contest PRESENTS THE Lets feed the need
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 | Page 7 Maitland City Talk BY HOWARD SCHIEFERDECKER MAYOR The Maitland Police Depart ment is actively involved with our citys families every Halloween. The Police Department will have a full complement of police vehicles out during trick-or-treat hours from 6 to 9 p.m. to add an addition al safety presence across all neigh borhoods in the city. Continuing the yearly tradi be busy handing out glow sticks for the kids in our neighborhoods. Not only do the kids love them, but they are also a great safety feature for kids walking in the neighbor hoods. Employees at Maitlands candy to trick-or-treaters from 6 to 9 p.m. on Halloween. Two Nov. 1 events The city of Maitland invites all residents, their families and friends to participate in the Mayors Sole Challenge, a free 30-minute fun walk, at 8 a.m. on Nov. 1 at Quinn Strong Park at 345 S. Maitland Ave. The Mayors Sole Challenge, in its third year, is a friendly compe tition between Winter Park, Eaton ville, and Maitland. The munici pality with the most walkers wins $2,500 for their city to be used on parks, health and wellness. ceive a free T-shirt, pedometer and healthy breakfast. There will be childrens activities including face painting, an obstacle course, dancewalking, Bo Outlaw of the Orlando Magic and more. The event is free to the public; however, online reg istration in advance of the event is recommended. Register at http:// bit.ly/1uAey5I The Mayors Sole Challenge is presented by Healthy Central Flor ida, created and supported by Flor ida Hospital and the Winter Park Health Foundation. HCF helps lo cal communities embrace policies and programs that encourage a culture of health and wellness. Later in the day Return back to Quinn Strong Park at 7 p.m. for a showing of Muppets Most Wanted. Get there early and remember you bring the chair, we will show you the stars! www.InternalMedicineofWinterPark.com THE NEWBERGSARE NOWWELCOMING NEW PATIENTSFind the treatment you want and the care you need in a new old-fashioned way. Neil R. Newberg, MD, FACP and Todd Newberg, MD, a father and son team of internists, established the practice with a shared philosophy of old-fashioned medicine, enhanced by todays technology and delivered with a personal touch. As internists, they create a strategic plan of care for each patient and will coordinate with sub-specialists to keep everyone informed and on track. Whether the visits are once a yearor every once in a while to manage a chronic condition or treat an injury or illnessthe Newbergs will treat your body, mind and spirit. Neil R. Newberg, MD, FACP Todd Newberg, MD 1933 Dundee Drive, Winter Park, FL 32792 | 407.644.1241 FHMG-14-20854 IMWP_Ad-7.indd 1 10/7/14 3:27 PM 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. Discover the dierence call for a tour today! 2826 Shader Rd. Orlando, 32808 RockysRetreat.com 407-295-3888 2826 Shader Rd. Orlando, 32808 RockysRetreat.com 407-295-3888 B oarding Dog Daycare Hydrotherapy Fitness Canine Massage and more... B oarding Dog Daycare Hydrotherapy Fitness Canine Massage and more... Halloween safety
Page 8 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Redenta Soprano Fall Floridas best season for planting! Great plants for your home and garden Annuals, perennials and edibles for the fall/winter season Talk with Tom (MacCubbin), Horticulturist Holiday plants, decorations and natural gift items Ask the Expert Master Gardeners from Orange County Extension Service Classes and make-and-take opportunities Drawings for great prizes Seasonal foods from local chefsSATURDAY NOVEMBER 8TH 9 AM 5 PMMead Botanical Garden 1300 S. Denning Dr. Winter Park, FL 32789 (Entrance at Denning Dr. and Garden Dr.) Sponsors: Vertical: Examples of correct re-sizing: Horizontal: Centered Vertical: Spot Usage: PMS 188 (burgundy) or Black 100% PMS 188 4-C Breakdown: C-0, M-97, Y-100, K-50 Logo should not be distorted in any way. When increased or decreased in size, it should be scaled on a 1:1 ratio. The rule, or line, above the words Bank & Trust should be scaled in proportion with the rest of the logo and should never be thinner than .5 points.Commerce National Bank & Trust Logo Usage Guidelines Vertical Black: Horizontal Black: Centered Vertical Black: For more updated information and class / workshop schedules, visit meadgarden.org The FDA may have just ap proved a breakthrough cure for hepatitis C. Harvoni, a drug from Gilead Sciences, was approved on Oct. 10 after three studies doing eight, 12 or 24-week treatments on nearly 2,000 patients with hepatitis C liver disease. In more than 90 percent of trial patients, hepatitis C was un detectable in their blood 12 weeks after treatment, which doctors con sider a cure. And an Orlando doctor helped make it happen. Dr. Avanish Ag internal medicine and gastroenter ology, was one of the few investiga tors in the clinical trials across the country, which he performed at his practice Central Florida Gastroen terology in Orlando. Were actually talking cure, which is phenomenal, I mean when I went through [medical training], to talk about a cure would be im possible, Aggarwal said. Hepatitis C, which affects 3.2 million Americans, is a contagious liver disease primarily spread by contact with infected blood. Many dont know they have the disease because it can present no noticeable symptoms, but chronic hepatitis C can lead to serious liver problems, including cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) or liver cancer. It causes more deaths annually than HIV/AIDS, is the leading cause of liver cancer and trans plants, and is respon sible for $30 billion in current annual health costs, costs that are ex pected to nearly triple by 2030. The drug enables patients to discontinue use of older drugs, including Interferon, which causes debilitating side ef symptoms and depression. Many with hepatitis C choose to forego treatment because they were more afraid of the side effects of In terferon than the sometimes littleto-no symptoms they experience from hepatitis C, said Dr. Federico Hinestrosa, an infectious diseases specialist at Orlando Immunology Center who treats patients with hepatitis C. The main problem we saw [with the old drugs] was that there fects, Interferon makes you feel like patients would get really sick and many patients wouldnt be able to tolerate it at all so wed have to stop it, and it would be for a whole year, 48 weeks, so this is a long time to be feeling sick, Aggarwal said. Even with a full year of therapy, with three drugs, we were still only get ting about half to two-thirds of the patients were responding. The main criticism of the medi cation is its cost. A Harvoni pill costs $1,125 and a 12-week treat We hope you enjoy your day at Great Day in the Country. The Womans Club partners with the city of Oviedo in sponsoring this fall festival, which attracts over 60,000 people and 400 vendors. The festival is one of the largest privately hosted events in Central Florida. In the past decade, the club has raised more than $545,000 to help our community. more than $10,000 for programs that cannot be funded through their school budgets. Womans Club has focused on or ganizations that help women, fam ilies, children and senior citizens. New drug can cure hepatitis C in twelve weeks Oviedo Womans Club celebrates 41st annual Great Day in the Country BRITTNI LARSON Observer staff ment is $94,500. Many insurance companies and Medicare pro grams wont pay that, so strict guidelines are likely to be imposed al lowing only the sickest access to Harvoni. Hin estrosa said if a patient has excellent insurance that approves the drug it would cost them ap proximately $50-100 per month. But Hinestrosa did say that Har voni is no more expensive than treatments used even 10 years ago, because patients had to be treated more than once and there were sig ment requiring hospital stays and medical procedures. Aggarwal said patients on Har voni suffer side effects that are at most a headache or fatigue, and to quit from side effects. The trial was for one year in 2013, and no patients had relapsed after being tested again after six months. Its just very gratifying to be able to use something that can make a profound difference in the health of my patients, especially in a condition that up until now weve had very little to offer, Aggarwal said. Its totally thrilling when youre talking to a patient, a young couple when you talk to them and see the joy in their faces when you tell them that their hepatitis is gone and you dont have to worry. For more information about hepatitis C, visit http://1.usa. gov/1yUZyWW. Orlando doctor helped pioneer trials Schools who received donations are: Evans Elementary Lawton Elementary Carillon Elementary Partin Elementary Jackson Heights Middle Lawton Chiles Middle Hagerty High School Oviedo High School Hagerty High JROTC Oviedo High NJROTC The following service organizations received donations: Autism Society of Greater Orlando Boys Town Central Florida Central Florida Regional Auxiliary Family Promise First Baptist Church of Oviedo First United Methodist Church HOPE Helps Hospice of the Comforter Mission Road Summer Camp Oviedo Crisis Pregnancy Center Oviedo Fire Explorers Oviedo Little League Oviedo Police Explorers Ronald McDonald House SafeHouse of Seminole County Seminole County Library Share the Care Oviedo The Forgotten Ones The Literacy Alliance Walk Their Shoes Four Oviedo High School seniors, two Hagerty High School seniors and two continuing education students received scholarships. graduating boys and girls from the local high schools, recipients from previous years who are con tinuing their education and wom en returning to school. Listed above are many of proceeds from Great Day in the Country. Thank you to everyone who donated their services.
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 | Page 9 Brought to you by Healthy Central Florida, a community-based partnership founded by Florida Hospital and the Winter Park Health Foundation. WINTER PARK MAITLAND EATONVILLE To register or for more information, call (407) 644-2300, ext. 241, or visit HealthyCentralFlorida.org.WHICH COMMUNITYHAS THE MOST SOLE?YOURS IF YOU BRING THE MOST WALKERS!HCF-14-21193 Special thanks to our sponsors: Florida Hospital, Winter Park Health Foundation, City of Maitland, City of Winter Park, Town of Eatonville, Planet Smoothie, Track ShackSaturday, November 1, 2014 Registration: 7:30 am Program: 8:00 am Walk: 8:30 am FREE Heart-healthy, 30-minute fun walkQuinn Strong Park 345 South Maitland Avenue | Maitland, FL 32751 PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE: HCF-14-21193_Mayors Sole Challenge Ad-WP Maitland Observer 2014_R3.indd 1 10/2/14 4:44 PM For the third straight game the Knights have a one-touchdown win under their belts, and now they await a Temple team thats surprised the American Ath letic Conference this season. The Knights will be looking to keep their four-game winning streak going after surviving Tulane. and Tulane scored last, but the Knights (4-2, 2-0) made up the dif ference in between and held off the Green Wave in a 20-13 defen sive struggle on the gridiron on Saturday. We are lucky to win a game like that, without really doing coach George OLeary said after the game. The Knights would need board in the second quarter and tie the game. Two scores later, the Knights were up 13-3 and looking to run away from the Green Wave and the son of an NFL legend in the process. The Knights defense made quick work of Tulane quar terback Nick Montana, picking him off twice and forcing turn overs on downs four separate times. Both teams would fail at seven combined fourth down conver sion attempts. The Knights would attempts, and held Tulane to four of 14. That would hold both teams back in yardage, with Tulane best ing the Knights with 278 total yards to the Knights 233. game in the previous week, when threw 52 pass attempts, three would throw the ball just 24 at tempts combined. Holman would go nine-for-17 with two intercep tions, starting with the Knights third offensive play of the game. Backup QB Nick Patti, subbing into the game in the second quar ter, would go three-for-six for 26 yards. Defense would make the big gest impact in the game, with Tu lane stalled outside the red zone in all but two drives of the game. The Knights, who made it to the red zone four times, came away goals and a touch down. Their only other score in the game would come on a 45-yard play when Holman con nected with Breshad Perriman for what would be the win ning touchdown. The fourth quar ter wouldnt see any scores as both teams traded missed fourth down conversions as the clock ran out. Jacoby Glenn and Brandon Alexander both had intercep tions in the game, with Alexander re turning his for 21 yards. Miles Pace had four quar ing Montana out of the pocket. Jordan Ozerities led the team in tackles with nine. The Temple Owls (4-2, 2-1) present one of the toughest con ference challenges for the Knights coming up Saturday. Theyre coming off a 31-10 loss to Hous ton, a team the Knights narrowly edged earlier this season. The Owls have been consistent ly productive in passing, averag ing about 220 yards per game, but on the ground theyve struggled. Against tougher run defenses the Owls have managed less than 100 yards per game. Even in a 36-10 for 41 yards on 24 attempts. The game kicks off at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Bright House, televised on CBS Sports Network. Winter Park Winter Parks record pace start has turned into an almost unprecedented collapse for the games to start the season, the Wildcats (4-3, 1-2) are now winless in their last three games after Hagerty dealt them a 20-14 blow to their chances of winning the district. Hagertys Michael Beaudry would only throw for 136 yards in the game, with the Huskies gaining 292 yards total as the Wildcats defense tried to keep the team in the game. But Winter The Wildcats face Oviedo (5-2, 1-1) at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 24. Edgewater a 26-19 edging of Lake Minneola to put them in the drivers seat for the district lead. The Eagles (5-2, 2-0) host Apopka (5-3, 1-1) at 7:30 p.m. to night, Oct. 23. Sports PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER The Knights have edged three straight teams with some late-game magic that made them 12-1 last season. Heart attack Knights grab AAC lead Three straight wins regain momentum ISAAC BABCOCK Observer staff
Page 10 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Every year there are more than 3,000 abused, neglected or aban doned children actively receiv ing services through Community Based Care of Central Florida. They come from all walks of life and enjoy the same things all kids do, running outside, playing with friends and most of all ex periencing the security of a stable loving environment. Community Based Care (CBC) works to help foster care, adoption or reunion. It has been said that it takes a village to raise a child, and on Saturday, Nov. 1, CBC is reach ing out to that village by hosting its inaugural Stroller Derby 5K at Harbor Park in Baldwin Park both as a fundraiser and a way to build connections with the community to raise awareness of their mission. competitive sort, said Debbie Leon, development director of CBC of Central Florida. This event is about having fun as a family, while getting to know more about our organiza tion and what we do, she said. The $25 advance registration fee covers the whole family and includes the 5K stroll around Lake Baldwin, followed by car nival-themed fun including a balloon-bending clown, games, prizes, snacks by Whole Foods and Planet Smoothie and an ap WFTVs Nancy Alvarez will host the event, along with her kids Benjamin and Julia, and re cording artist Prita Chhabra will perform. There will also be con and the best decorated stroller. Any stroller can enter, even a pet stroller, Leon said. All the money raised at the kids CBC serves in Central Flor ida. not expecting a huge turn-out, our main goal is to help make the community aware of what we do and how they can help, Leon said. Several foster and adoptive families will be joining the event and there will be recruiters on hand from CBC to chat with families interested in getting in volved in some way. There are lots of opportuni ties for families to help with our needs, Leon said. Of course, we are always in need of foster and adoptive parents, but there are other short-term needs as well. We need families willing to serve as respite care or as urgent care, we even need people to drive children to appointments, the opportunities to help are very di how much time and energy they are looking to commit. Whether youre interested in a lovely fall stroll around the lake for a good cause or looking to make a deeper commitment, Leon said CBC of Central Flori da welcomes all families to join them in the fun and learn more about the vital part they play in the lives of in-need children. Lifestyles ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE OBSERVER Runners used to being the only stroller-pushers in 5Ks will have a race of their own with the inaugural Stroller Derby coming up on Nov. 1. Stroller Derby gets rolling to help kids Charity event invites the fastest strollers, or those looking for fun ALLISON OLCSVAY Observer staff
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Page 14 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Now through Nov. 10 Taste your way around the world at Epcot Take your family (and your taste-buds) on an adventure of food and wines at the Epcot In through Nov. 10. Each fall, Dis 30 global marketplaces along with cooking demos, tastings, winepairings, and decadent desserts. Meet and talk with celebrity chefs as you sample, sip and learn. Then each evening, visitors end their day with a live performance by chart topping bands ranging from the Pointer Sisters to Smash Mouth. Visit disneyworld.disney. go.com Oct. 23 to Nov. 22 Orlando Shakes presents The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley to a whirlwind, musical travel ogue as Orlando Shakes opens its Fall Childrens Series with The Musical Adventures of Flat Stanley through Nov. 22. Based on the character created by Jeff Brown, Stanley Lambchop makes and his wish comes true! Stanley becomes the ultimate exchange student, teaching young audienc es that heroes come in all shapes and sizes. A printable Flat Stanley is available at orlandoshakes.org. Call 407-447-1700, ext. 1, or visit orlandoshakes.org Oct. 24 to Nov. 19 High Fidelity, an art exhibit by James Cornetet Orlando-based artist James Cornetet began his career as an architect, but his interest in the arts has resulted in his artwork earning recognition at interna tional levels. Cornetets High Fidelity series represents the culmination of his skills as the tographed by a custom CNC camera that enables him the abil ity to create the 1,000 mega-pixel images of these beloved insects. An opening reception will be held Oct. 24 beginning at 7 p.m. at Jai Gallery in downtown Orlando. RSVP by calling 407-921-0693 or by email to Coralie@jaigallery.net Oct. 24 to 26 Fright and fun at Spooky Empires horror convention Studios from Oct. 24 to 26 will offer events including the iconic Zombie Walk (Oct. 24 from noon to 5 p.m.) for a quick dose of the undead, a costume and cosplay contest (Oct. 26 at 4 p.m.) for cash prizes, live performances and celebrity appearances, and the Freak Show Film Fest culminating in The Freakys Red Carpet Awards (Oct. 26 at 5 p.m.) In addition, more than 200 vendors will offer hor ror merchandise: art, movies, toys, ures, comic books, fantasy swords, clothing, jewelry and more. Visit spookyempire.com Oct. 24, 25 and 26 CFCArts Cabaret celebrates The Golden Age of Musical Theater CFCArts Cabaret will re visit Broadways Golden Age when iconic musicals such as Anything Goes, nd Street, Guys and Dolls, The King and I, and Oklahoma made their mark in musical-theater history. Directed by Donald Rupe, Gold en Age will be performed on Oct. 24 and 25 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. at Central Christian Church at 250 S.W. Ivanhoe Blvd. in Orlando. Parking is behind the church. Tickets are $10 at the door. Call 407-937-1800 or visit cfcarts.com Oct. 25 Saddle up for the fourth annual Cows n Cabs Dust off those fancy Western boots and get-on-down to Winter Parks West Meadow on Oct. 25 for the fourth annual Cows n Western-themed event, guests may expect fancy food, music and spirits from more than 18 of Central Floridas top restaurants including 4 Rivers Smokehouse, Kres, and K Restaurant, alongside newcomers such as Soco and P is about the cows; the cabs are cab ernets. Visit cowsncabs.com Oct. 25 Jack in the Park for the Special Olympics Florida Jack in the Park is an incred ible night featuring black jack, live music and an expansive menu supplied by more than 20 of Central Floridas most popular restaurants. For the suggested donation of $100, guests enjoy an open bar as they sample unlim ited selections from their favorite Olympics Florida, Jack in the Park Josh Garrick Culture for your calendar Please see CULTURE on page 16 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. Parking at Oviedo High School is free and a shuttle bus will take people to and from the school. For more information visit our website at www.GreatDayOviedo.org or contact GreatDayInformation@gmail.com. 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Page 16 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer is a unique outside-the-ballroom fundraiser to make a difference in the lives of Special Olympics athletes. Held at the Winter Park Civic Center on Oct. 25 beginning org/jack Oct. 25 Mr. Richard and the Pound Hounds Orlandos favorite rock band for children will rock out at the Orlando Repertory Theater for some Hal loween fun. With sing-along tunes snakes and Hallow een, Mr. Richard and The Pound Hounds play great music for hip kids, who can preview their costumes by wearing them to the concert. Tickets are $5. Call 407896-7365 or visit Orlandorep.com Oct. 25 The 13th annual College Park JazzFest The annual College Park JazzFest is a street party along six blocks of Edgewater Drive in College Parks Main Street District. On Oct. 25 beginning at 6 p.m., JazzFest will present 10 bands on three stages featuring Miss Jackie Jones; s pop star Tif fany; and Sisaundra Lewis, top-10 contender on The Voice. Other entertainers include Dr. Otto Jazz Band, Bill Allred All-Stars, Dave Capp Project and more. Presented by College Park Partnership, a $5 donation is sug gested. Call 407-579-0023 or visit collegeparkpartnership.com Oct. 25 Double the orchestras at Mead Garden In a rare opportunity to enjoy our cooler weather while listen ing to two orchestras perform ing classical music, the Florida Maitland Symphony Orchestra will each perform on Oct. 25. Both concerts are free and familyfriendly and will be performed at Mead Botanical Garden in Winter Park at 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Call 321-303-1404 or visit PAMaitland.org Oct. 25 Festival Singers Open Our Eyes with free concert The Festival Singers of Florida will open their seventh season on Oct. 25 at 7:30 p.m. with a concert titled Open Our Eyes. Featur ing works by contemporary composers, the free concert will be presented at the Winter Park Presbyterian Church. Works by composers Moira Smiley, Michael Engelhardt, Philip Silvey, Ola Gjeilo and Troy Robertson will be performed along with Swahili and Zulu songs from the groups recent concert tour with the Nairobi Chamber Choir in Kenya. Artistic Director Dr. Kevin Fenton will conduct. Visit fsof.org Oct. 25 to Nov. 1 Park Avenue Fashion Week Winter Parks Park Avenue Fashion Week offers an un paralleled series of events and trunk shows concluding with the PAFW Runway Show as the biggest fashion event of the year. A 20,000-square-foot, air-condi tioned tent is placed in Central Park with a runway and lounge area for VIP guests. PAFWs Run way Show takes place on Nov. 1 with an Interactive Red Carpet encouraging guests to disclose, Who are you wearing?; the announcement of the winner of the Emerging Designer Competi tion; and a check presented to the Foundation for Foster Children. Call 772-222-7614 or visit parkav enuefashionweek.com CULTURE | H ey style fans: here comes fashion week C ONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 Florida Hospital Home Care Services Transitional Care Program Transitional Care Planning Transitional Care Program Additional services (billed at regular rate) include:Call today for additional information and to schedule Transitional Care (407) 691-8206FloridaHospitalHomeCare.com Like us on Facebook: Facebook.com/FHHomeCare Please see CULTURE on next page This week at Enzian1300 SOUTH O RLANDO A VE MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WWW.E NZIAN.ORG @EnzianTheater THE TRIP TO IT ALYStarring Steve Coogan & Rob Brydon Fri Sun: 3:30PM | 6:30PM | 9:30PM Mon, Wed, Thurs: 6:30PM | 9:30PM T ues: 6:30PMNational Theatre Live: MEDEASaturday at 11AMW ednesday Fright Pitcher Show: THE EXORCISTFREE on the lawn! Wednesday at 8PMYoga on the LawnEat a healthy lunch at Eden Bar after class! Monday 11AMKids Halloween Party Featuring W allace & Gromit in THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBITSunday at 11AMMidnight Movies: ALIENSSaturday at 11:59PMEden Bars SLASHER Halloween Party & Double FeatureFREE entry! 21 & Over Only! Friday, October 31st Special Programs: STOP MAKING SENSEIn Partnership with Park A ve CDs Monday at 9:30PM Cult Classics: RINGUT uesday at 9:30PM FASHION WEEK
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 | Page 17 Oct. 25 and 26 The Central Florida ZOO BOO Bash The kids will love trick-ortreating in the wildest neighbor hood in town during ZOO Boo Bash at the Central Florida Zoo in Sanford. Its a safe, fun, and not-too-scary event where kids in at the Zoos trick or treat stations. No costume, no problem; the Zoos face painter will help you out. A costume contest will be held at 1 p.m. each day. Event in cluded in general Zoo admission. Call 407-323-4450, ext. 100. Oct. 28 The Front Porch Partnership Kenneth Murrah and Fairolyn Livingston The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce will launch the Front Porch Partnership, a group of institutions committed to dis cussions about issues such as growth, urban planning, healthy communities, sustainability, historic preservation and more in a non-political environment. 28 at noon at Casa Feliz with Kenneth Murrah and Fairolyn in Winter Parks history when the community wrestled with tough decisions that are still applicable today. Call 407-644-8281 or visit winterpark.org Oct. 28 The American Guild of Organists presents free Organ Spooktacular The 5-manual-Trexler-RuffattiBeast organ lives at Lutheran Towers at 300 E. Church St. in Orlando where the annual Organ Spooktacular will take place on Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Featuring Ameri can Guild of Organists musicians and student scholarship winners, music from Phantom of the organ with tenor John Murray. Dr. William Picher will accompany a along with other bone-chilling musical experiences. The event is free, costumes are encouraged, and the public is welcome. Email Oct. 29 Taverna Opa celebrates seventh anniversary fundraiser On Oct. 29 our favorite Greek restaurant Taverna Opa will be transformed into a haunted house featuring belly dancers, contortionists, magicians, and casino games for the Lucky 7 Haunted Casino charity event. Complimentary cocktails by EG Spirits and Opa cuisine will be served with all funds generated from the suggested $7 door dona ting Give Kids The World. Visit opaorlando.com and/or RSVP to email@example.com Oct. 31 Feed the Need kickoff with Mayor Bradley Join Winter Park Mayor Ken Bradley, Rollins College President Craig McAllaster and Winter Park Chamber of Commerce President Patrick Chapin as the community launches Feed the Need Winter Park, a community-wide effort to raise funds for Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. The event will recognize sponsors and the individuals, businesses and organizations that have commit ted to raising $500 for the cause. Set for Oct. 31 at 10 a.m. at Winter Parks City Hall, the kick-off will also feature a can-stacking com petition between the Winter Park Police and Fire-Rescue depart ments. Interested in becoming a Community Champion? Call Ashley Ringler at 407-644-8281 or visit feedtheneedwp.org Nov. 1 The Neanderthal Ball to benet the Science Center Its time to go hunting for your new Caveman Couture and step out in Paleolithic style as the Orlando Science Center wel comes you to the seventh annual Neanderthal Ball. As the Science Centers premier fundraising event, the Ball is also the wackiest (and most fun) Gala of the season. It may be held in a Museum, but there is nothing stuffy about the coolest event this side of the Ice programming at the Science Center, and its an upscale dining event with gourmet food selec tions, themed music, and silent auction items. Visit osc.org CULTURE | Become a community champion at Winter Parks Feed the Need kickoff coming up on Oct. 31 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. rf ntfbnf bbtb tftffrfr ntbttb rtfff tfff bfrbbftfrftfr brff tf tttft rrtft ffrff fftf tfftf f tfbbft fftr fbf ft ftbffffrf frffft fft rfbt ffn fftfttt fbbf tftfff nfnr fbrttfrfff tfr fftn ff ttff bf ttfffb ttnffrtf frbffffrt tt tff ffb ftff About Jewish Pavilion tftffttf fffrfff nffffftt ffffffr tfrtffffrf ffrbf bf ffff frfffb fffrrf ntbbffbb rrrfrnt Enjoy the Autumn weather with the Florida Young Artists Orchestra and the Maitland Symphony Orchestra for concerts of masterpiece musical selections. Both orchestral groups will be presented on the beautiful stage at Mead Botanical Garden in Winter Park. MSO & FYAO CONCERT IN THE PARK October 25th -5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Mead Botanical Garden, 1500 S. Denning Dr. The concerts are free, family friendly, and open to all! Call 321-303-1404 or visit www.PAMaitland.org
Page 18 | Thursday, Oct. 23 2014 | Winter Park / Maitland Observer Opinions Let me paint the following scenario. Go into any restaurant and up walks your wait that is your style). The menu is discussed. Drinks are ordered and you ask for a lemon with your water. And immediately out of your waiters mouth comes No problem. I am extremely polite to wait staff for a variety of reasons and will thank them for their service as they provide it. A your welcome or a comical I live to serve or a you bet works for me, but what I hear 94.7 percent of the time is, No problem. Let me be clear, no problem, as an a ubiquitous expression that has perme ated the American service industry at every level. My dentist may have actually uttered it. I absolutely, unequivocally detest it. I realize that no problem is merely an unthinking language habit that has crept into usage as a universal response for a myriad of server/clientele exchanges. No doubt it chaps me because I am older. Americans under the age of 30, I imagine, dont give it a thought. Is it really no problem that you are waiting on me and my guests? Is it no problem that I will be giving you money? Or, is it an opportunity to earn a wage plus a tip? I have some advice for wait staff: If you want to increase your tips, adjust your language. All anyone wants in life is her own sweet way. A waitress wants a clean reputable restaurant offering tasty meals and repeat clientele who appreciate good food and respect the staff. She wants the hours and the resulting income to pay her bills and further her dreams. Here are two tips: when a customer asks for something (a napkin, a pepper grinder, tively and get it in a timely manner and if a customer offers a thank you for any welcome. Sincerely said and I predict your income will increase as a result. No problem works as a response to a friend, a relative or co-worker. But in a monetary transaction such as waitressing it does not. I recommend that restaurant manag ers clip off the top part of this columnas reading about Mica inevitably gives one indigestion let alone heartburnand post welcome. King Features Weekly ServiceOctober 13, 2014 EDITORIAL CARTOONS Chris Jepson Perspectives I cant bring myself to write much about Congressman John Mica or his inevitable re-election on Nov. 4. He is the antithesis of what I want in a legislator, in a leader. From his voting record scored by The League of Conservation Voters, Congressman Mica had a 2013 voting history of 0 percent as a pro-environment supporter. Worse, he does not support your daughters, a womans right to reproductive choice. That Winter Park, Central Florida would repeatedly re-elect John Mica will one-day be recorded as illustrative of why America declined into mediocrity. We elected and re-elected intransigent ideologues and simplistic sycophants. Service to John Mica is limited to them that got me here. He no doubt says, No problem when toeing the Republican Party line or rather, perhaps, How high should I jump, Sir? But enough of such unfortunate matters, lets discuss a prob lem that we all experience every time we dine out. Houston, we have a problem 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! are usually supported in part by the people through their political representatives and the tax money they vote to consign, means that cultural organizations need political John Adams stated that he studied gov ernment so that his children could study business, so that their children could study the arts. Such a history of benevolences has involved such people as the Rockefellers, the Carnegies, and other private wealthy lovers of the arts. with a protest. The protest emanates from Met director Peter Gelbs persistence in presenting an opening production of the opera The Death of Klinghoffer despite incontrovertible evidence that exists in the libretto by Alice Goodman, and in remarks made by Met director Peter Gelb, and the composer John Adams, that the opera sup ports sympathy for terrorists, and hatred for Jews and Israel. This is the kind of news that one dislikes to corroborate. Leon Kling hoffer was a disabled retired appliance manufacturer, celebrating his 36th anniver sary on a cruise with his wife. Klinghoffer, a Jew, was murdered and thrown overboard by Palestinian terrorists who hijacked the luxury liner Achille Lauro in 1985. The Pal estinians shot Klinghoffer in the head. Then they pushed him overboard in his wheelchair. The Death of Klinghoffer is surely not a judicious opera with which to celebrate the Mets opening night. Opening nights are traditionally an auspicious occa sion celebrated with great felicity. Ah! Art! cal organizations everywhere. A symphony Klinghoffer et al 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. composition, whether Mozart, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, or Mahler can often be a work of great genius bringing all kinds of instru ments together, each with its own indi vidual sound. Such collaboration makes for some of the greatest music ever created, and ever performed. As usual, the problem in Atlanta isnt music, but money how to pay for healthcares encroaching continu ance, by individuals or by the manage ment? Ah! Art! And dollars Congressional legislator, was a prominent and important thinker and activist during the formation of what was to become the uted to both the Declaration of Indepen dence (a signer) and to the Constitutional Congress (a delegate). France and was much admired and vener ated by all who knew him. He was a Deist and this is his creed: I believe in one God, it by his providence. That He ought to be worshipped. That the most acceptable ser vice we can render to Him, is doing good to His other children. That the soul of man is immortal, and will be treated with Justice in another Life respecting our conduct in this. These I take to be the fundamental princi ples of all sound religion, and I regard them in whatever sect I meet with them. (1790) CDs, and a music room with four threespeaker systems to give us great sound, but we rarely play the CDs. Why? Something is missing. Perhaps its the human touch. for young singers is now long gone. Opera companies are shrinking their seasons, or combining with local symphonies, a pro cedure which serves questionable cultural interests on either side. The age of audi ences has risen through the years and not enough young people are buying tickets to take their place. When my b.w. and I ran a concert series for 17 years, we made a strong pitch for young people to be in our audiences for they are, after all, cultures future but after we retired, the organiza tion ran on a few years and eventually went out of business. For many years I lived and sang in Germany, France, Italy, Switzer land and other European countries where music seemed to be an irreplaceable part of peoples lives. Recently I learned of the possible demise of several important opera houses in Italy. Amsterdams world famous Concertgebouw Orchestra is struggling and may not continue beyond 2016. Life will go are losing, but it would be folly to say that our lives will remain the same. Sports are doing well in America, and not Beethoven.
Winter Park / Maitland Observer | Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 | Page 19 OBSERVER Open Houses THE MARKE T PLACE MindGym November 4, 2013 MindGymNovember 4, 2013 Saturday, October 25th: 457 & 461 Manor Road, Maitland Manors New Homes, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 4 BA | 3,797 SF | $799,900 Brand-new City-side custom home by Silliman Homes Centrally located in Mai tland Manors. 2013 Parade of Homes Grand Award Winner, Silliman Homes is now offering custom homes in sought after City-side locations. Superior quality construction, upgraded finishes, unique designs, and excellent values. Casa de la Vida is a beautiful Mediterranean style 3,797 square foot home that includes four bedrooms and four and a half baths, home office, spacious upstairs media/ game room, and a 2-car garage. This open-air floor plan is filled with natural light with the multiple windows and slid ing glass doors that surround the home. Welcomed into the foyer and adjoining dining room, the interior also features a spacious kitchen overlooking the fam ily room and nook creating a space to gather with friends and family. Located on the first floor, the master suite and home office command the right wing and the main gathering areas to the left. This home exudes hospitality and warmth and is perfect for every social occasion. Truly a Must see home! Hosted by: Patrick Higgins with Kel ly Price & Company from 2-5 PM Sunday, October 26th: 2234 Via Luna, Winter Park, FL 32789 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 3,222 SF | $895,000 Elegant four bedroom, three and onehalf-bath home in the heart of the Vias. Designed and built by custom home builder Keith Groninger, this stunning traditional home boasts over 3,200 SF of comfortable living space and offers high ceilings, arched entries, and wood flooring throughout the downstairs liv ing area. Large eat-in kitchen is open to the family room and features wood cabinetry with granite counters. French doors lead off the formal living and fam ily rooms and open up to a covered lanai and screened-in pool. Living room show cases a marble encased fireplace with built-in bookshelves. Downstairs master suite is luxurious with a master bath that includes his and her vanities, walkin shower, jetted tub, and an oversized closet. Downstairs also includes a sepa rate guest room, a full bath, an office/ den, and formal dining. Upstairs, find two more bedrooms, which share a Jack and Jill bath, and two finished storage areas, which could easily be converted into an additional bonus room(s). Set back from the road, this home exudes curb appeal with a brick exterior, lantern entry, shut ters, and mature Magnolia trees. Located in the heart of the Vias, one of Winter Parks most sought after neighborhoods, and zoned for A-rated schools, this home wont last! Hosted by: Dee Morgan with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 2738 Prince John Road, Winter Park, FL 32792 4 BR | 2 BA | 1,608 SF | $315,000 Stunner turnkey house in very desirable neighborhood and school district. Com pletely remodeled! Home shows like a model and has great curbside appeal. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms with a hard to find split plan. You will adore this kitchen. New appliances, granite counters, wood cabinetry and eat-in breakfast bar from 2012. Kitchen open to family room with gorgeous tumble marble fireplace. Everyone is part of the action for parties, football games, and dinners. Perfect flow for entertaining! Bathrooms match kitchen with timeless granite, tile and upgraded cabinetry. Ev ery detail has been thought out and is so clean. Crown molding and new tile floors great for allergies and pets. Beautiful and lush backyard. Feels very private and fenced with picturesque screened porch and brick patio. Six zones for irrigation. Kids can walk or bike to school. Two car garage and wonderful street. Roof is from 2009. Close to shopping, Whole Foods, Publix and convenient to Park Av enue. Cady Way Trail is close for biking, rollerblading and running. Must see! Hosted by: Liz Jones with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 1822 Bimini Drive, Orlando, FL 32806 3 BR | 2 BA | 1,914 SF | $479,000 3 bed 2 bath-1916 sq ft under airJewel box stunner inn Bel Air Shores. Spectac ular Designer kitchen, hardwood floors, tons of upgrades. Hosted by: Jenni Sloan with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 538 Lake Faith Circle, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 2 BA | 2,511 SF | $349,900 Great four bedroom, two bathroom home situated on a very spacious lot with a view of Lake Hope in desirable Oakland Shores. Large family room with separate formal living and dining rooms, kitchen with eat-in space, large inside utility room, darling sun room and separate re laxing screened-in patio space. Master suite and an additional three bedrooms are located on the west side of home. This is a wonderful family home, con veniently located near to the Maitland Exchange, I-4, restaurants, and the Al tamonte Mall. Hosted by: Gwyn Clark with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM 712 Delaney Park Drive, Orlando, FL 32806 2 BR | 2 BA | 1,685 SF | $475,000 Luxurious Delaney Park home exudes modern elegance. As if the charming exterior and curb appeal dont excite, every aspect of the interior will leave you wanting to see what is next. Enter the home through an enchanting arched front door and be welcomed by gleaming hardwood floors, a beautiful staircase, and character all around. The living room has a light and bright feel and offers a classy fireplace, perfect for relaxing or entertaining the best of friends. Through the arched opening you will find a dining room and unique dry bar designed with dramatic lighting and great views of the private backyard paradise. The kitchen offers a perfect setting for preparing your favorite meal, equipped with stainless appliances and granite counter-tops. Fin ishing off the downstairs is a bedroom, bath, and a den that could function as a third bedroom or large office. Upstairs is a full master retreat that sets a tranquil tone. The bedroom is expansive in size, has exquisite architectural features, and sweeping windows. Attached master bath has a spalike feel with river rock flooring and clean lines throughout. The walk in closet was custom designed by California Closets. This home was reno vated with nothing but high end detail in mind. Special appointments include distinctive wood molding, travertine tile, individual control stereo speakers, custom closets, artistic interior lighting, zoned exterior lighting, remote gas fire place, private pool oasis and top of the line summer kitchen. Dont miss this op portunity. Hosted by: Padgett McCormick with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM 26 Minnehaha Circle, Maitland, FL 32751 2 BR | 2 BA | 1,790 SF | $299,000 Minnehaha Shores! Fabulous two bed room, two bath home with office/den flex space. Home features beautiful Acacia wood floors, an inviting dining area with built-in bench seating and sub way tiled wall. Newly installed porcelain tile flooring in the kitchen. Open great room, with stone-faced, wood-burning fireplace is the perfect place for enter taining guests. Screened patio. Two-car garage with workshop and indoor laun dry add fantastic space for additional storage. Located in quiet Minnehaha Shores, this property comes with Chain of Lakes access via the communitys boat dock with a nominal annual fee. Walk to nearby Minnehaha Park and enjoy tennis, playgrounds, fitness trails and more! Hosted by: Jennifer August-Ruiz with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 181 N. Phelps Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 3 BR | 3 BA | 2,181 SF | $629,900 Stylish home in the heart of Winter Park. Covered front porch and original hardwood floors help to make this four bedroom, two bath home a true charmer. Living/dining room combination serves as a grand entertaining space with high vaulted ceilings and wood burning fire place. Master bedroom features French doors that overlook the pool area, a large walk-in closet, and glass tile shower. Second guest bedroom offers its own private en suite while the hall bath has been elegantly updated. White cabinetry with glass doors and black granite coun ters give the kitchen a contemporary feel. Outside find your own little piece of heaven with the Chicago brick deck, wood trellis, and sparkling salt water pool. Pavered walkways among the backyards shaded oak trees and flower gardens enhance this homes tranquility. Enjoy living in the heart of Winter Park where you are just minutes from Park Avenue, and nearby parks, restaurants and dining. Call today and schedule your showing! Hosted by: Marty Katz with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 610 Genius Drive, Winter Park, FL 32789 5 BR | 6 BA | 5,500 SF | $1,895,000 Stunning French Provincial, five bedroom estate in prestigious Windsong. This elegant two story home has gorgeous Australian pine floors and crown mold ing throughout. Welcoming foyer is open to the formal dining and living room with French doors that overlook the pool and a beautiful fireplace. Gourmet kitchen with custom cabinets, granite counters, integrated refrigerator, double oven, island with gas cooktop and breakfast bar, and built-in desk all overlooking the spacious family room. The large master retreat with French doors overlooking the pool area and a lavish master bath with dual sinks, jetted tub, separate shower and walk-in closet. Also, this home has a first floor guest suite with full bath, and a sophisticated office with custom tasteful built-ins and seating area. There are three large bedrooms, each with its own spacious closet, a bonus room and open loft all on the second floor. Fabu lous fenced backyard features covered lanai, outdoor grill and sparking pool and spa. Professionally landscaped by Keller outdoor and meticulously maintained. Windsong is one of Winter Parks most exclusive neighborhoods and features two community pools, water park and access to the Winter Park chain of lakes. Excellent schools and just minutes to Park Avenue and downtown Orlando! Hosted by: Taylor McAbee with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 1502 Robin Road, Orlando, FL 32803 3 BR | 2 BA | 1,116 SF | $259,900 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 457 & 461 Manor Road, Maitland Manors New Homes, Maitland, FL 32751 4 BR | 4 BA | 3,797 SF | $799,900 Brand-new City-side custom home by Silliman Homes Centrally located in Mai tland Manors. 2013 Parade of Homes Grand Award Winner, Silliman Homes is now offering custom homes in sought after City-side locations. Superior quality construction, upgraded finishes, unique designs, and excellent values. Casa de la Vida is a beautiful Mediterranean style 3,797 square foot home that includes four bedrooms and four and a half baths, home office, spacious upstairs media/ game room, and a 2-car garage. This open-air floor plan is filled with natural light with the multiple windows and slid ing glass doors that surround the home. Welcomed into the foyer and adjoining dining room, the interior also features a spacious kitchen overlooking the fam ily room and nook creating a space to gather with friends and family. Located on the first floor, the master suite and home office command the right wing and the main gathering areas to the left. This home exudes hospitality and warmth and is perfect for every social occasion. Truly a Must see home! Hosted by: Rhonda Chesmore with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 1581 Palm Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 4 BR | 3.5 BA | 4,295 SF | $1,375,000 Looking for a newer Mediterranean style showplace home in Winter Park?? Custom built in 2008, THIS IS IT!! Over 4,295 SF. Quality finishes throughout. Top of the line interior wood doors, front doors, energy saving windows, crown molding, and baseboards. Travertine and hard wood floors in major living areas and upgraded carpets in the bedrooms. Over-sized living room and family room. Open kitchen/family room with updated appliances and gas range. Built-ins throughout. Gorgeous downstairs master bedroom and bath. Three bedrooms and game room upstairs. Two covered patios, one with outdoor kitchen, overlooking the stunning heated pool and spa. Exquisite landscaped front and back yards. Planta tion shutters throughout. Gorgeous ceil ing details. Truly, a Must-See home!! Hosted by: Patrick Higgins with Kelly Price & Company from 2-5 PM 16407 Meredrew Lane, Clermont, FL 34711 3 BR | 2 BA | 2,223 SF | $229,000 Beautiful two story home with direct access to Johns Lake. This home is lo cated on over 1/3 of an acre with mature landscaping in the front and an oversized back yard with lake view. This home of fers both a formal living and dining room along with an island kitchen with double pantries that opens to the large family room. Upstairs, enjoy a spacious mas ter suite with vaulted ceilings and his/ her walk in closets. The upstairs loft can provide office or playroom space or can easily be converted to a fourth bedroom. Custom crown molding and chair rail ad ditions throughout. Freshly painted exte rior (not included in pictures). Pride of ownership from homes original owners shows. Enjoy living in a serene neighbor hood environment near area attractions, shopping, and only minutes from West Orange Trail. This upgraded home also has access to 2,424 acres of Johns Lake which offers bass fishing, skiing, boat ing, and is rated a top 10 Florida lake. Whether looking for a home to raise a family, entertain, or enjoy a quiet lake lifestylethis home definitely is Florida living at its best! Hosted by: JJ Mackle with Kelly Price & Company from 2-4 PM SATURDAY 11-2 POOL HOME IN FANTASTIC LOCATION 914 Moss Lane, Winter Park 4BR/3BA, 3,335SF. Pool home with tons of space. Renovated in 2003. Two master suites downstairs, expansive great room with vaulted ceilings, wood burning fire place, 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. $595,000 SATURDAY 1-4 MEDITERRANEAN BEAUTY IN PRIME LO CATION Donate A Boat sponsored by boat angel outreach centers STOP CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN www.boatangel.com2-Night Free Vacation!or Car Today! 800 1 CAR L ANGE 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 AWESOME LOCATION 516 Lander Road, Winter Park 3BR/2BA, 1,341SF. Conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood off Aloma and Lakemont in Winter Park. Stroll to Whole Foods, Publix, restaurants and shops. Minutes to Park Avenue, Winter Park Hospital, Full Sail and Downtown Orlan do. Oversized screened room overlook ing a large fenced backyard with mature trees. Tons of Potential for a first home or someone that wants to down size. $249,900
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Call 877-520-6719 or Remax 423-7565700 SALES: YARD Church Yard and Craft Sale on 11/1 HUGE sale featuring lots of unique items on 11/1 at First Covenant Church 1720 Howell Branch Rd. Winter Park. For more information or to be a vendor, contact Janice at email@example.com. Janice Lilly 407-353-6416 firstname.lastname@example.org SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-4 BEAUTIFUL UPDATED HOME 515 S. Phelps Avenue, Winter Park 4BR/3BA, 3,038SF. Move-in-ready pool home with formal living and dining rooms. Open kitchen features granite counters, stainless appliances and large island with eat-in space. Oversized fam ily room has a half kitchen and wet bar. Wood floor, plantation shutters, crown molding and French doors throughout. New AC, electrical panel and pool pump. $649,000 SUNDAY 12-3 LAEKEFRONT BEAUTY ON BEAR LAKE 6135 Linneal Beach, Apopka 4BR/3BA, 3,740SF. 105 feet on Big Bear Lake with seawall and two-story boat house with boat/jet-ski lifts. Back porch extends the length of the home. Open floor plan boasts 12 ft ceilings & fantastic lake views. Master suite with sitting area and 2 walk in closets. Downstairs split bedroom plan. Upstairs includes another bedroom suite. 3 car garage, pavered drive, fireplace. $934,400 IMMACULATE LAKE NONA TOWNHOME 9670 Cypress Pine, Orlando 3BD/2.5BA, 2,094SF. Meticulously main tained townhome in a great location. For mal model end unit with the largest floor plan available. Tile floor and new carpet throughout. Large bedrooms with huge closets. 2 car attached garage. A must see! $259,900 SUNDAY 1-4 NEW LISTING WONDERFUL BALDWIN PARK FAMILY HOME 3723 Derran Lane, Orlando 4BR/3.5BA, 3,077SF. Numerous up grades and meticulously maintained. 4 true bedrooms plus additional flex space or guest room upstairs. Downstairs of fice, separate dining room, and spacious updated kitchen. Wood floors throughout the first floor, crown molding and French doors. New interior paint, new carpet and new master bathroom with garden tub. Large attached garage and private drive way. $649,000 NEW PRICE BEST STREET IN DOMMERICH 2241 Gillis Court, Maitland 3BR/2BA, 1,714SF. This charming home is waiting for your touch. Open kitchen with separate dining room and family room. Living room overlooking screened porch and large backyard. Hardwood floors and carpet, plantation shutters, beadboard and more. Top rated winter Park Schools. Walk to Dommerich ele mentary and Maitland Middle. $269,999 DOMMERICH HILLS 2307 Mohawk Trail, Maitland 4BR/2.5BA, 2,190SF. Screened-in pool with lanai and gas. Gorgeous customer open-concept kitchen with lacquered Euro-style cabinetry, Dacor stainless steel appliances (gas cooktop), granite countertops, French country hammeredcopper ceiling, and breakfast bar, which opens to the family room. Oversized laundry room with food pantry. $354,500 SUNDAY 2-5 HEART OF COLLEGE PARK 923 Yates Street, Orlando 32804 2BD/1BA, 1,168SF. Come live in one of the best locations in the heart of Col lege Park. Wood floors and tile with lots of built-ins. Roomy addition provides space for family gatherings plus a large screened in porch. You will feel wel comed from the minute you enter the foyer. $215,000 SOPHISTICATED CUSTOM HOME 810 Quinwood Lane, Maitland 5BR/3BA, 3,889SF. Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home in sought after area. Liberal use of wood, granite, marble and Satillo tile. Contemporary kitchen opens into the dining and great rooms. Fireplace and built-in library. A wall of windows overlooks a large deck and spacious yard. Master bedroom includes a second library and a second floor of fice. Downstairs guest wing with full bath. Situated on a large lot near Lake Minnehaha. $749,000 DOMMERICH/HIGHLAND PARK 2200 Deloraine Trail, Maitland 4BD/2BA, 2,020SF. Warm and inviting pool home in highly desirable Domm erich neighborhood. Kitchen features granite counters, newer appliances and sitting area complete with fireplace. 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