GEARING UP FOR SCHOOL Members from the Boys & Girls Clubs in Sanford, Altamonte Springs and Eatonville chapters are invited to the Gear Up for School Backpack Giveaway at 10 a.m. Friday, July 20, at the Herzing University, 1865 Semoran Blvd., Winter Park. The three-hour event will include 500 complimentary backpacks lled with school supplies and a dental hygiene kit, free food and drinks, wellness demonstrations and more. YOU YOUR NEIGHBORS. YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. O bserver WINTER PARK / MAITLAND YOUR TOWN VOLUME 30, NO. 29 FREE FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 Goodbye, Gorgeous TROY HERRING ASSOCIATE EDITOR Residents got a chance Tues day, July 17, to learn more about possible parking code mod ernizations at a special work shop hosted by the Winter Park Planning and Zoning Board. Winter Park P&Z mulls parking solutions ARTS & CULTURE PARTING IS SUCH SWEET SORROW SEE PARKING PAGE 4 TIM FREED ASSOCIATE EDITOR The Winter Park Police Department is searching for the suspect following a reported attempted kidnap ping earlier this month at the playground at Martin Luther King Jr. Park According to a Facebook Mother reports attempted kidnapping Known for her charitable giving and larger-than-life personality, Harriett Lake is remembered throughout the art community as a woman whose legacy will live on forever. TROY HERRING | ASSOCIATE EDITOR ew people could dominate a room quite like Harriett Lake. When she walked in, people took notice, and her stylish fashions and personality oen were the subject of conversations. She was the kind of person who seemed larger than life, which has made her passing at age 96 on Tuesday, July 10, seem all the more surreal. F Couples bid farewell to Murrah Civic Center. SEE PAGE 3. PET SOUNDS Children sample new instruments at petting zoo. PAGE 16. The city is seeking park ing solutions for Park Avenue, Orange Avenue and in Hannibal Square. The mother of the victim said her 3-yearold was almost lured into a car at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. SEE SUSPICIOUS PAGE 2 Photo courtesy of Shelley Lake CONTINUED ON PAGE 4
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Servicing Florida Since 1993 Family-owned & Operated 279445 post from the mother shared by the Winter Park Police Department, the mother and her daughter went to the play ground referred to by many as Castle Park and a boy between the ages of 8 and 10 started talking with the daugh ter and trying to coax her away from the other children. The boy reportedly asked her how old she was, to which she responded, Im 3. The boy reportedly replied, Oh, thats good. He continued to fol low the daughter around the playground the mother kept her distance but continued to watch the situation closely. She then saw the older boy leave the play area and head toward the bathrooms while trying to hold her daughters hand. The bathrooms had an exit to a parking lot, and the mother noticed a parked car was running with a driver still in the seat nearby. The boy touched her daugh ter and said, Tag, youre it. Come and get me, and ran toward the car. The mother immediately called her daugh ters name and stopped her from following just in time to see the boy jump in the running car and drive off. The mother and daughter left the park immediately, and the incident was reported. The mother wasnt able to get a photo of the car or the tag on the back. Winter Park Police Depart ment officials said the sus pected driver is a middle-aged white male with a buzz cut and dark sunglasses. The vehicle is a dark-colored sedan, possibly an Acura, with darker tinted windows. Winter Park Lieutenant John Montgomery said cases like this are rare and that the best thing for parents is constant vigilance. Its extremely rare, Mont gomery said. Make sure youre watching your kid and who theyre with, whether theyre on the playground or out shopping or wherever. The Facebook post also revealed the mother used a neon shirt to help her keep a closer watch on her daughter. Montgomery said the park had no history of such inci dents. I cant recall that thats ever happened, Montgomery said. The police department encourages everyone to be aware of their surroundings and to call the police if they see any suspicious activity. WINTER PARK SATURDAY, JULY 21 DIVEIN MOVIE 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 21, at the Cady Way Pool, 2529 Cady Way, Winter Park. Join the Parks & Recreation Depart ments Family Fun Program as they present a movie at Cady Way Pool. This event is free and open to family and children of all ages. Free popcorn and drinks will be provided at this screening of Jaws. Regular pool rules apply. For safety, there will be no pool oats allowed. However, each child may bring one pool noodle. For more information, call (407) 599-3342. MONDAY, JULY 23 WINTER PARK AREA COMMUNITY MEETING 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, July 23, at the Rollins College Faculty Club, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Join Orange County Commissioner Emily Bonilla for a Community Meeting. Con stituents from the Winter Park area will be able to share their concerns and priorities for the region. Free parking is available. For more information, call (407) 836-7350. THURSDAY, JULY 26 WINTER PARK ROCKS 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, July 26, in Central Park, 150 W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park. The Parks & Recreation Depart ments Family Fun Program presents Winter Park Rocks. Children from fourth through sixth grades are invited to participate in a fun lled-family event in which the children will decorate rocks then leave them around Winter Park for others to nd. When someone nds a decorated rock, it will brighten their day. For more information, call (407) 599-3342. MAITLAND FRIDAY, JULY 20 YOGA AT THE MAITLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY 4:30 p.m. Fridays at Maitland Public Library, 501 Maitland Ave. S., Maitland. Let Jenny Blackburn help you destress from the week and refresh for the weekend. Take your own mat, towel and water bottle. For more information, call (407) 647-7700. SUNDAY, JULY 22 MAITLAND FARMERS MARKET 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays at Lake Lily Park, 701 Lake Lily Drive, Maitland. Browse through a section of fresh produce and other items at this weekly farmers market in Maitland. For more information, visit Maitland Farmers Market on Facebook. ORLANDO FRIDAY, JULY 20 STORYBOOK FUN 10:30 to 11 a.m. Fridays and Satur days at the Orlando Public Li brary, 101 E. Central Blvd., Orlando. Designed especially for preschoolers ages 3 to 5, Story book Fun lasts 25 minutes. The use of picture books, songs and told stories will encourage your child to read, talk, sing, write and play. For more information, call (407) 835-7323. SATURDAY, JULY 21 YOGA AT BARLEY AND VINE BIERGARTEN 11 a.m. Saturdays at Barley and Vine Biergarten, 2406 E. Wash ington St., Orlando. Looking for a mix of beer and yoga? Join an hourlong yoga practice with a carton of water and craft beer for only $10. For more informa tion, call (407) 930-0960. COLLEGE PARK SUNDAY, JULY 22 COLLEGE PARK FARMERS MARKET 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays at Infusion Tea, 1600 Edgewater Drive, Orlando. Browse local produce and goods at this dogfriendly farmers market in Col lege Park every week. For more information, visit facebook. com/TheCollegeParkFarmers Market. MONDAY, JULY 23 FENCING CLASSES 7 to 9 p.m. Mondays and Thurs days at the College Park Com munity Center, 2393 Elizabeth Ave., Orlando. Join this develop mental and instructional class that teaches the fundamentals of fencing. A fencing class for youth is also available from 6 to 7 p.m. Mondays. Cost is $10 per class. For more information, call (407) 246-4447. YOUR CALENDAR Make sure youre watching your kid and who theyre with, whether theyre on the playground or our shopping or wherever. John Montgomery, lieutenant, Winter Park Police Suspicious activity CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 3 272118 1300 SOUTH ORLANDO AVE, MAITLAND, FL 407-629-0054 WONT YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?A documentary about Mister Rogers Fri Sun: 3:30PM, 6:30PM, 9:30PM Mon: 6:30PM Tues Thurs: 6:30PM, 9:30PM Ballet on the Big Screen: ALICES ADVENTURES IN WONDERLANDSat: 11AMMusic Mondays: IF I LEAVE HERE TOMORROW: A FILM ABOUT LYNYRD SKYNYRDMon: 9:30PMCOOL RUNNINGSSun: 1PMKIRIKOU AND THE SORCERESSSat, July 28th at 1PMINNERSPACESun, July 29th at 12:30PMKidFest Film Series:FREE & open to the public! Visit Enzian.org for full lineup Winter Park bid farewell to the Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center and gave local couples a chance to renew their wedding vows at the We Still Do event Saturday, July 14 at the center. About a dozen couples came to the gathering that celebrated love and the legacy of the center that has hosted events for the last 32 years. The celebration also included a DJ, a photo slideshow highlighting the many memories at the civic center, a wedding cake, and plenty of food for everyone to enjoy. Winter Parks storied civic center will be torn down soon to make way for a new state-of-theart library and event center. TIM FREEDOne last bash BRIAN AND CELENA ZIEMSThe Rachel D. Murrah Civic Center soon will be replaced with a new facility, but that isnt going to stop Brian and Celena from keeping a special tradition going strong. Dur ing every anniversary since their wedding day at the center Jan. 10, 2016, the couple has sat outside the building and written each other a letter, which they then seal and hold on to for an entire year. Brian and Celena read the letters a year later at the next anniversary and then write new ones. They will do the same thing at the new building, Brian said. Celena added the vow renewal came at great time, with the couple recently entering a new chapter with a newborn. Right now with a newborn, its a very challenging time, so renewing the vows is perfect timing during a new stage in the family, Celena said. It helps us remember in the tough times that we have each other.TERRY AND ROBIN OLSONIt was a trip down memory lane for Terry and Robin, who had just celebrated their 24th wedding anniversary a couple weeks earlier before the event. Terry arrived at the ceremony in style, wearing the exact same 24-year-old sneakers and cummer bund he wore on his wedding day, along with a bow tie one of his groomsman wore. Robin also wore the same earnings from their big day, and wrapped her bouquet with a bow from the original ceremony. Theyre not as supple as they used to be after sitting in a garage for a couple decades, said Terry, looking down at his weathered Vans. The ceremony was a special moment for her and her husband, Robin said. A lot of people that we know that got married are not still married its pretty cool that I still like him, said Robin, nudg ing Terry. I still want to do life with him. Not everybody can say that. MICHAEL AND JEANETTE COLLINSMichael and Jeanettes vow renewal at the We Still Do event was meant to be. The Rachel D. Murrah Civic Centers last hurrah was the day before their two-year wedding anniversary. The two lovebirds tied the knot at you guessed it the civic center. It was pretty special it was a little more emotional than I thought it would be, Michael said. I was a little overwhelmed just a lot of memories of our wedding day. Were just really thankful that the city put this on. Deanna and David Erne were all smiles when they renewed their wedding vows outside the civic center. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com
4 WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 Following the death of such a local icon many in the community are taking this time to celebrate Mrs. Lakes life by remembering all the good she has done for both the arts and the people of Florida. Shes spread her love around everyone, and we are all incred ibly grateful for her life, said Betsy Schreyer, who serves as the grant writer at the Creald School of Art in Winter Park. I hope other people are inspired by her that kind of philanthropy thats really what I hope, because she truly is an inspiration. Mrs. Lake was a woman who lived many lives which included passions for the arts, philanthropy, social activism and fashion. Although she was a Longwood resident, Mrs. Lake was born April 7, 1922, in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. There, she spent most of her child hood reading books and studying she was the perfect student. When she was just 7 years old, in 1929, hardship hit her and her family as well as all Americans as the Great Depression reared its head. But there was one posi tive that came out of the situation. Thats when I got into my obsession with clothes, Mrs. Lake said in a 2014 oral history inter view that was a part of the Orange County Library Systems Orlando Memory project. We could never afford to buy the stuff that I wanted to buy, like a little red coat. And I would go up to the department stores and check out the whole inventory I think I might have been 5 or 6 years old. Thats why I cant get enough red coats. I dont know how many I own. As many will note, fashion would go on to play a huge role in Mrs. Lakes life, and her ward robe was physical proof itself. She amassed an incredibly large collec tion of clothing through the years, to the point where one day with a warehouse full of items Mrs. Lake decided she would start up Harriets Closet in Winter Park to sell clothing and donate the money to charities throughout the com munity. Although fashion would prove to be her earliest love, over time, Mrs. Lake discovered other interests in the arts and in philanthropy. After graduating from West chester State Teachers College in her home state, Mrs. Lake went on to join the Marine Corps Womens Reserve during World War II. Following the war, Mrs. Lake made a move to Miami, where she met Hymen Lake, whom she would marry in 1950. Twelve years later, she, Hymen and their two chil dren, Michael and Shelley, made the fateful trip to Orlando to live out the rest of her life. Throughout the years, while Hymen Lake bought and devel oped land throughout the area, Mrs. Lake built her collection of clothing especially hats which she would wear to the theater and to art shows around Orlando. It was part of what made her, her, said Robert Hill, art director of the Orlando Ballet. From Mrs. Lakes fashion sense to her signature catch phrase, Hello, gorgeous, there was a lot that made her a captivating indi vidual. Ive had the opportunity to meet really, really important and special people along the way, and she tops the list for me, because she was so clearly, uniquely and authentically herself, Hill said. I just loved having conversations with her. She was very, very con sistently who she was, and I really respect that. Although she helped 189 non profit art organizations includ ing some hospitals throughout Central Florida via donations and physical appearance, the Orlando Ballet was always a favorite of hers. I refuse to die until I have a place for the ballet to rehearse and practice ... and that will be the last thing I probably do Im dedi cated to the ballet, Mrs. Lake said in her Orlando Memory interview. Its my job thats what it comes down to. Somebody has to do it. A lot of people are with me on this, too, she said. Thank God for them. Bless them. Its wonderful. Its safe to say Mrs. Lakes legacy in all of its grandiose nature will be remembered and preserved. For me, she is never going to be gone, Hill said. Ill just think of her, and Ill always smile. Held at the Winter Park Com munity Center, the meeting was mostly led by Kimley-Horn Vice President Stephen Stansbery and Traffic Engineer Project Manager David Taxman, who went over research the company had done on the parking situation in the city. Your code is not bad, but it is just a little bit antiquated, Stans bery said. There are some things like all good codes that need to be revisited, and they have to be revisited because the market changes. The group focused on the areas of Park Avenue, Orange Avenue and Hannibal Square. KimleyHorn compared Winter Park to five peer cities such as David son, North Carolina and Highland Park, Illinois. At a glance, what I can tell you is that each of those communities have gone through fairly recent ly an update to their parking standards based on market rates, and modern development forms and essentially collaboration with a host of community initia tives, Stansbery said. When you look at residential if you look at aggregate for those peer cities you are 36% more conservative on your parking rate. That means that your rate of parking spaces that are required is 36% more than those peer cities. Kimley-Horn found Winter Park had a 30% greater need for commercial parking spaces, a 45% greater need for restaurant parking spaces and a 33% greater need for office parking spaces. Starting with Park Avenue, Kimley-Horn noted four shortterm solutions: a modification of the retail-to-restaurant con version variance; a fee-in-lieu of parking; modernized shared parking guidance; and an updated minimum parking requirement. For Hannibal Square, only three suggestions were made: modifi cation of the retail-to-restaurant conversion variance; a fee-inlieu of parking; and modernized shared parking guidance. Finally, for Orange Avenue, the group suggested five solutions: a fee-in-lieu of parking; modern ized shared parking guidance; an updated minimum parking requirement; captive demand reductions; and adaptive reuse incentives. For long-term ideas, KimleyHorn suggested concepts such as starting employer transporta tion demand management pro gram which would reduce peak employment parking demand through incentives for telecom muting and transit-oriented development reductions, which would see parking discounts offered to folks in close proximity to transit. It makes sense that when you have a concerted effort to make a transit supportive node in your community you have one right outside of this area here called (Park) Avenue, its walkable and its got access to regional tran sit, Stansbery said. If you look at the long-range transportation plan, youre going to see a lot of things in this region talked about from revisiting light rail to hav ing things like bus route transit. As the process of developing the citys parking codes comes to a close, draft ordinances are already in process which will go to P&Z next month for possible approval. Harriett Lake April 7, 1922 July 10, 2018 Ive had the opportunity to meet really, really important and special people along the way, and she tops the list for me, because she was so clearly uniquely and authentically herself. Robert Hill, art director, Orlando Ballet Photo courtesy of Shelley Lake Harriett Lake: We could never aord to buy the stu that I wanted to buy, like a little red coat. And I would go up to the department stores and check out the whole inventory I think I might have been 5 or 6 years old. Thats why I cant get enough red coats. I dont know how many I own. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Parking discussion continues CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 If we are to build a better world, we must remember that the guiding principle is this a policy of freedom for the individual is the only truly progressive policy. Friedrich Hayek Road to Serfdom, 1944 WINTER PARK/MAITLAND O bserver 2018 The Observer Media Group Inc. 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WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 5 266120 Buy one entree receive 2ndat equal or lesser valuea 16 large pizzaEntire Check *Must present coupon to receive special offer 1341 Howell Branch Rd. Winter Park407.775.6746 moonlightpizzaanditaliangrill.comfollow us on (407) 775-67461341 Howell Branch Road Winter Park, FL 32789 www.moonlightpizzaanditaliangrill.com 272463 TIM FREEDASSOCIATE EDITORThe trial of two teens charged with the death of 15-year-old Winter Park High School student Roger Trindade has finally come to an end. But an empty feeling still remains for the Trindade family. Suspects Simeon Hall and Jesse Sutherland both were sentenced Monday, July 16, to spend at least nine months in a high-risk program for juveniles. Assistant State Attorney Teri Mills-Uvalle said Hall and Suther land could be confined to the detention program for nine to 14 months before potentially being released. The program is a midtier level of confinement a step below the maximum-risk program and a step above the nonsecure program, she said. The sentencing comes more than 18 months after a violent altercation in Winter Parks Central Park took the life of Trindade. Follow ing an altercation that included a punch that struck Trindade and knocked him to the ground, he was found brain dead in the park. Trindade was put on life support but taken off just days later. Defense attorney David Fussell, who represented Hall, acknowledge it was a tragic incident but the sentence was appropriate, he said. Its a tragedy for Trindade he wasnt doing anything wrong, Fussell said. Simeon and Jesse were going down there to help a friend. Someone died, and unfor tunately sometimes these things happen its pretty rare. It wasnt even a fist fight, it was one blow. None of these kids came there to kill anybody. They went down there to defend a friend of theirs. Last month, the decision was made by a judge to place Suther land and Hall into a juvenile facility, leaving Trindades parents, Rodrigo and Adriana, in shock after the two teens were found guilty of manslaughter and battery in adult court just two months earlier. Trindades parents chose not to attend the final sentencing hearing Monday. Our son was an innocent child he was murdered, Rodrigo said. Its not over. Its never going to be over for us. This is fake justice. This is a travesty of justice.Sutherland, Hall sentenced to high-risk program for juvenilesThe two teens found guilty of killing Roger Trindade will be detained for at least nine months.HARRY SAYERBLACK TIE REPORTERIsra Sunhachawi and Quan Van know their way around a kitchen. The brothers-in-law have tast ed their fair share of cuisines from across the world. Sunhachawi, whose family is from Thailand but raised him in Israel, traveled often to South Korea, Japan, and other eastern countries for work with Lockheed Martin. Van used to live in New York and Boston and even had a restaurant for a short period of time. They combined their knowledge to open Kais Asian Street Fare, a new restaurant at the edge of Winter Park. We had a lot of taste testings, and our main thing was, Do we crave this a few days later? Sunhachawi said. That was sort of the key to what we wanted on our menu. Sunhachawi, an Orlando resident, liked Winter Park for his new enterprise because of its close proximity to Rollins Col lege, the University of Central Florida and other hotspots. They picked a spot at 1555 FL-436, nestled away in a shopping center on the corner of How ell Branch and Semoran. He said they were going for a cozy feel with a grey color scheme accented with a red streak. The interior also has an illustration by renowned artist Banksy on the wall inspired by Sunhachawis routine trips to the United Kingdom. Kais menu is a blend of Kore an, Japanese and Thai dishes that include Pho soup, curries, special ramen and other delicacies. He says he enjoys all of the dishes on the menu the ramen, K-pop fries, garlic noodles but theres one in particular that will stand above the rest. I was in Korea and my friend told me that the fried chicken was really good, Sunhachawi said. I was like, Really? I thought it was just Korean barbecue but I could eat those wings every day. Kais Asian Street Fare was originally going to be called Kai Wing House. Once they both realized that name would make their restaurant sound like a Hooters-esque sports bar, they pivoted to Asian Street Fare. Sunhachawi said his brotherin-law grew tired with his job as a telecommunications engineer and wanted to return to his roots as a restaurant-owner. Sunhachawi, who also wanted to enter the food business, chipped in by selling a rental home, though he still works as a systems engineer at Lockheed Martin by day. I do two jobs I go to work (at Lockheed Martin), and then I take care of the restaurant at night, Sunhachawi said. I do all the non-fun stuff from my brotherin-laws perspective.Worldly travels inspire new Asian eatery near Winter ParkOur son was an innocent child he was murdered. Its not over. Its never going to be over for us. This is fake justice. This is a travesty of justice. Rodrigo Trindade IF YOU GOKAIS ASIAN STREET FARE 1555 FL-436 No. 1171, Winter Park PHONE: (407) 821-3430 WEBSITE: kaistreetfare.comBrothers-in-law Isra Sunhachawi and Quan Van are the men behind Kais Asian Street Fare. Courtesy photoKais Asian Street Fare has a number of dishes from eastern countries.
6 WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 Allison Olcsvay Three years ago, Georgia Ellison was facing the same prognosis that she has watched her mother suer with for de cades. The progressive osteopenia would someday develop into osteoporosis, bringing on devastating broken bones and pain. My mother is 93 now, and Ive watched her suer so much; I just dont want that to happen to me, Ellison said. Medication to strengthen her bones never produced signicant results, and after years of taking them, she decided to try a new course of action. Following the recommendation of a friend she signed on with Elite Strength and Fitness of Winter Park and began following a twice-weekly strength-training regimen designed to increase her muscle mass and bone density. At her next DEXA scan to measure density, Ellisons doctor noticed a big change and she was able to stop taking her medication. Success stories like Ellisons dont come easy though; it took months of intense workouts with the guidance of personal trainers to get there. At 64, Les Rinehart, one of Elites trainers, knows the challenges his clients face. After 33 years in the tness industry, the former strength coach for the Charlotte Hornets retired in 2007, only to come out of retirement a few years ago to join Elite be cause, he said, he saw the value in what they oered their clients. The equip ment here is top of the line and the techniques produce results like no other, Rinehart said. At Elite, education is as important as the equipment. Be fore clients spend anytime working out, they share their medical history, goals and concerns with trainers who develop a plan that covers time inside and outside of the gym. Clients needs are evaluated and we give them a detailed analysis of what they need to do, especially at home, to accomplish their goals, said owner Monte Mitchell. Homework might include keeping food and exercise journals to learn more about their habits, especially if weight loss is a goal. The gym also oers a 12-week group nutrition workshop to their members, guaranteeing results for their clients, provided they follow all the recommendations made during their consultation. 70-year-old physician Dr. Maria Bors has been a client of Elite for seven years and nds that training there ts quite nicely into her busy lifestyle. The 20-minute workouts are easy for me to t in and I nd them easy to commit to, Bors said. Rather than working out with sweaty, bulked-up gym rats, Elites clients nd an almost Zen-like atmosphere, with trainers attentive to their every motion. Speaking in tones of calm assurance, trainers oer equal parts encouragement and challenge, pushing clients to new levels. The workouts are physically demanding, but not in the way one might expect. Motions are slow and intensely controlled, demanding maximum eort from muscles while barely breaking a sweat. Many clients dont even change out of oce clothes, Rinehart said. They simply dont need to. Before beginning with Elite, Bors suffered from daily back pain, but after just a few months in the gym, she experienced a noticeable change in pain levels and now rarely suers at all. Its been remarkable for me, she said. I can feel how strong I am, especially when I am traveling carrying luggage. I have a strength I never had before. The strength training is very good for preventing bone loss, said Bors, which is something we all need as we age.ADVERTORIAL 407-740-7750 1312 Palmetto Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32789 www.elitestrengthandtness.comMention this ad for a free consultation. You can schedule this consultation by calling Elite Strength & Fitness at 407-740-7750Strength training at any age can help improve muscle mass and bone density 279227 HARRY SAYERBLACK TIE REPORTEREdgewater High School junior Bryanna Pajotte has been study ing coding and computer science since middle school; she just didnt know how shed use it for her career. Now, after attending EA Tiburons Get In The Game work shop, she has a better idea. I wondered to myself, Would I ever even be able to develop video games; is this a career choice for me? Perjure said. Seeing that not everybody (at the studio) played video games from when they were young, it was interesting to know that even I could work there. Ten female coders coming from Orange and Seminole county high schools were chosen for the video game developers first Get in the Game weeklong workshop. Pajotte and two other Edgewater students were along for the ride. Those students learned new ways to code and create software from some of the studios best and brightest. Pajotte said she enjoys coding because of its detail-oriented and concrete structure. She already knew how to put together HTML websites and simple apps from her Edgewater High classes. During her time at EA Tiburon, though, she learned to create images, animate them and integrate audio into the final product. Those new skills came in handy when they created their very own video game a three-part game with a boss level inspired by the TV comedy The Office. The player was tasked with fighting Michael Scott, complete with sound bites from the show. When the young coders werent honing their craft, they had lunch with some of EAs mentors, who doled out context and advice. It was like meeting superstars, Pajotte said. We met people who had careers you didnt even know existed, and theyre integral parts in creating the video games. It was really nice to sit down and talk with them. They told us that its OK we dont know what we want to do and that we could end up at (EA) even if we didnt know what we wanted with our careers. STRENGTH IN NUMBERSOne of those mentors was Katherine Winter, a software engineer for EA Tiburon. A Full Sail graduate who has been at Maitlands EA branch for seven years, Winter works with the Frostbite Engine, which is used by many of the companys major franchises. Winter, along with other EA gamemakers, helped oversee the students progress throughout the week and pointed out ways to improve their code. She also served as a personal mentor for the students, giving them advice about how they should pursue a career in coding. There was one major piece of advice Winter hoped the students would follow they need to stick together. EAs Maitland studio has between 700 and 800 employ ees but Winter said fewer than 20 of its software engineers are women. A 2014 International Game Developers Assocation survey showed women comprise little over 20 percent of the game industrys workforce. To that end, she encouraged Pajotte and the other students to stay connected and reach out to one another as they progressed in the industry. When youre going into an industry that isnt very diverse, you may encounter extreme per sonalities, she said. The value of this camp is so when girls enter this industry, theyll have this support network. Its impor tant to have support and have people you can talk to, and now these girls have that. All 10 coders received a golden ticket at the end of the week that guaranteed internship interviews with the studio. It was kind of surreal, she said. That day was when I realized, Oh wow, I can actually get a job at EA. When they handed me the ticket I realized they could be handing me a career.Next-gen EA Tiburon in Maitland is grooming the next generation of female coders.Courtesy photoStudents from local high schools learned how to code from EA professionals during a recent workshop. The value of this camp is so when girls enter this industry, theyll have this support network. Its important to have support and have people you can talk to, and now these girls have that. Katherine Winter, EA Tiburon software engineer
WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 7 278961 1801 E. Colonial Dr., Suite 112 Caring for Winter Parks Pets and Their People Since 19551601 Lee Road, Winter Park (407) 644-2676247851 439 Lake Howell Road, Maitland, FL 32751 www.CreeganGroup.comRanked #1 for Homes Sold in 2016 Orlando Magazine Hot 100 Orlando Style Magazine 5 Star Realtor Orlando Style Magazine Top Boutique Brokerage Chris Creegan, Broker/Owner407.622.1111 CREEGAN PROPERTY GROUP 262155 TROY HERRINGASSOCIATE EDITORAfter two-and-a-half months of searching for someone to take the helm of the baseball program, in the end, Winter Park didnt have far to look. Among all the candidates, three stood out among the group thanks to their familiarity with the community, but there was one who just caught the attention of Athletic Director Michael Brown. The man they had been looking for was Sid Cash Jr., and he was right there all along serving as a third-year assistant coach on the Winter Park junior varsity squad. But now, the Winter Park native has a new title that of varsity head baseball coach. Im very excited about it its a fantastic opportunity, Cash said. I was born and raised in the community and have lived here all 49 years of my life. Its an honor to be associated with Winter Park High School and an honor for them to trust me with this program. Cash is just the third in 38 years to serve in the role as head coach for the Wildcats. A majority of that time 32 years legendary coach Bob King led the program to prosperity before retiring in 2015. Following Kings retirement, former UCF baseball and football standout Dee Brown took over. Despite decent success including a district and conference title in 2016 Brown and two assistants were fired after being suspended for abusive profanity following the Wildcats district semifinal loss against Timber Creek in May. But despite the tough end to last season, Cash is ready to lead the Wildcats into the future. Although he graduated from Lake Highland Prep in 1987, Cash is purely a Winter Parker. He played Little League ball locally, and attended Dommerich Elementary and Maitland Middle School, before making his way to Winter Park High for a bit before transferring to LHP. Although Cash continued his playing at Florida State Univer sity, coaching emerged as his true passion. His father is Sid Cash a Winter Park alum who helped lead a group of Maitland 12-year-olds to the Little League World Series in 2005. The coaching bug I probably got from my father, Cash said. To be able to coach at his highschool alma mater 50-something years later is pretty cool for me to be able to say. Not only will Cash be representing the alma mater of his father, but he will also represent his four children one of whom has graduated, two of whom are current students and the last who will be attending the school in the future. Hell also have the chance to teach and spend time with his son, Gaines, a senior on the baseball team. Its a great opportunity to be able to coach my son; we spend a lot of time together on the baseball field, Cash said. When this opportunity came about, I knew my sons opinion of it would be favorable, but I had to meet with my wife and three daughters, because I want to be involved with them and they were all very supportive and gung-ho about it. Many years of learning under his dad has helped Cash prepare for the upcoming task he has at Winter Park. Coaching is my passion I love seeing kids get better, I love seeing kids improve, and I love when they have a chance to succeed, Cash said. Baseball is really the only game that is a game of failure youre going to fail more than you succeed I think it teaches us so much about life.LEADER OF THE CATS Winter Park High School named Sid Cash Jr. its new varsity baseball head coach.Photo by Troy HerringSid Cash Jr. is hoping to lead the Wildcats into a prosperous future. ADVERTISE OR SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Call us at 407-401-9929Email us at @OrangeObserver.com or Subscribe@OrangeObserver.com Call us at 407-401-9929 Email us at JFanara@OrangeObserver.comor Subscribe@OrangeObserver.comYou Your Neighbors. Your Neighborhood.ADVERTISE OR SUBSCRIBE TODAY!
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WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 9 278212 278214 WINTER PARK32789The home at 2210 Coldstream Drive, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 10, for $870,000. Built in 2017, it has five bedrooms, five baths and 3,198 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $272. The home at 919 Poinciana Lane, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 11, for $819,000. Built in 1956, it has four bedrooms, four baths and 3,534 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $231. The home at 474 Lakewood Drive, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 13, for $817,500. Built in 1956, it has four bedrooms, three-and-one-half baths and 2,739 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $298. The home at 440 Seymour Ave., Winter Park, 32789, sold July 11, for $789,500. Built in 1957, it has three bedrooms, three-andone-half baths and 2,624 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $300. The home at 907 Moss Lane, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 11, for $780,000. Built in 2003, it has three bedrooms, twoand-one-half baths and 2,521 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $309. The home at 211 Overlook Road, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 11, for $700,000. Built in 1936, it has five bedrooms, threeand-one-half baths and 3,499 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $200. The home at 1261 Arlington Place, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 17, for $590,000. Built in 2001, it has three bedrooms, three baths and 2,375 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $248.Winter Park estate sells for $1.5 millionA home in Winter Park topped all Winter Park/Maitland-area residential real-estate transactions from July 10-17. The home at 2300 For rest Road, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 13, for $1.5 million. Built in 2012, it has four bedrooms, four-and-one-half baths and 3,843 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $390. These are the highestselling homes in greater Winter Park and Maitland. REAL ESTATE zillow.comThe home at 2300 Forrest Road, Winter Park, 32789, sold July 13, for $1.5 million. Outtted with soft-close drawers, top-of-the-line stainless-steel appliances, subway-tile backsplash, marble countertops and an island with bar-top seating, the kitchen is a dream come true for the chef in any home. redn.comThe home at 2525 Brookshire Ave., Winter Park, 32792, sold July 12, for $808,000. The spacious kitchen features Thermador appliances which includes refrigerator, wall oven and microwave, dishwasher, and gas cook top. The kitchen also has a walk-in pantry with built-in cabinets, waterfall island with eating space, and views of the lanai and pool. SNAPSHOTTotal Sales: 35 High Sale Price: $1.5 million Low Sale Price: $70,000CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
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Kings Way Residential mechanical Hanover Custom $700,000 Kings Way LLC 1601 Summerland Ave. New residential building Patrick Hughes $650,000 2340 Randall Road Residential plumbing Frank Pigula $648,602 765 Via Lugano Residential gas John Rivers Jr. $610,000 765 Via Lugano Roof John Rivers Jr. $610,000 1560 Cardinal Court Residential gas Butler Ridge $609,260 Development Inc. 910 Mead Ave. Driveway permit, Robley Hackley II $600,000 new residential building 633 N. Park Ave. Bacterilogical test Hill Gray Seven $545,546 water/sewer main extensions, water meter water miscellaneous 1865 Grinnell Terrace Sewer connection Dorough Brothers $542,762 water/sewer main Properties extension, new residential building, water impact fees 1865 Grinnell Terrace Residential plumbing Dorough Brothers $542,762 Properties 1783 Via Palermo Residential plumbing Nicholas Curtis $473,703 121 E. Kings Way Roof Z Properties Group Inc. $432,877 501 N. Orlando Ave. 221 Commercial mechanical WPS Center $420,000 501 N. Orlando Ave. 221 Commercial electrical WPS Center $420,000 1560 Bryan Ave. New residential building Rex-Tibbs Devleopment $413,175 water meter water miscellaneous 200 E. Reading Way Residential electrical Steven Jay Heller $408,943The home at 1350 Druid Isle Road, Maitland, 32751, sold July 16, for $475,000. Built in 1965, it has three bedrooms, two baths and 1,699 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $279. The home at 2201 Thunderbird Trail, Maitland, 32751, sold July 12, for $445,000. Built in 1964, it has four bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and 2,283 square feet of liv ing area. The price per square foot is $194. The home at 456 Stonewood Lane, Maitland, 32751, sold July 13, for $419,900. Built in 1978, it has four bedrooms, three baths and 2,438 square feet of living area. The price per square foot is $172. The home at 1935 Michael Tiago Circle, Maitland, 32751, sold July 16, for $344,000. 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12 WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 r rfnttfhappinessbbbfexcellence. rffntrbfr trftnfft ff ft ffrrrrf ffffftf rfr tntrb 280147 CHRISTINA RORDAM FLORIDA REALTY INVESTMENTS R eal estate offers every one amazing oppor tunities especially in markets with low inventory and high demand such as Central Florida. Unfortunately, scammers also see the opportunities. Many people feel they need to scoop up their dream home quickly before its gone and interest rates climb. Although it is true the best homes priced fairly sell fast in the Greater Orlando area, dont allow that pressure to override your standard due diligence efforts taken when dealing with real estate. Recently, a local man was charged with defrauding time share owners out of $88,000 by calling and pretending to be a Realtor with a buyer for their interest. Its easy to shrug off potential scams and say it could never happen to you. Yet each day, would-be con artists get out of bed and apply the same effort into their job of parting owners and rent ers alike from your money by illegal means and are suc cessful enough to keep trying sometimes even after an arrest. Most of these scams are easy enough to avoid, provided you use the tools available to you and put in some effort. One of the main benefits of using a Realtor to help you buy and sell your home is that they are licensed and held not only to the letter of the law but also to a code of ethics. Make sure you are actually deal ing with someone who is not only licensed as a Realtor but also licensed in your state. A quick and easy way to check someones licensing status is to go to the website or app for the Department of Business and professional regulation at MyFloridaLicense.com. The app can be found in the app store under DBPR mobile. Its as simple as clicking Verify a License, then entering in the agents name and or license number. If you dont know the agent (heck, even if you do), it doesnt hurt to verify they have an active real-estate license through this site. Be wary of anyone who doesnt want to provide you their license number or seems offended that you may want to check. Its good, basic business and your right to do so. According to WFTV, the Orlando man charged with the timeshare frauds was collect ing up-front payments to find a buyer. I dont sell timeshares, so Ill speak with regards to the purchase and sale of real property such as traditional condos, townhomes, singlefamily homes and the like. If a Realtor is requesting a large upfront payment to help you buy or sell your property, as a potential purchaser or seller, I would want a signifi cant amount of information regarding why and where the money is to be kept, etc. Its my experience in 13 years as a full-time Realtor in Florida that large deposits to the Real tor typically are not requested to list a home and/or find a buyer. I would want more information and a second opinion if this request were made to me. One con renters should watch out for is the scam to get a potential tenant to sign a lease and hand over mon ies on a property that is not owned by the person pretend ing to be the owner or owners representative. This scam is frequently perpetrated in areas with high demand and, in the case of one of my listings, downtown Orlando. I had a lovely single family home in the SODO area for sale only to discover via an alert I had set for myself online that it also was being marketed on Zillow using my photos as a rental at a ridiculously low rate. Pay attention to red flags such as rental rates far below the local average for similar properties especially if the home appears to be in good shape and marketed with professional photography. No homeowner I know is going to pay for professional photos and representation only to rent their home out for half the current rate. If the rental rate is too good to be true, it probably is, regardless of the sob story posted on the craigslist ad. Google the address. Is it also listed as a home for sale? When I listed foreclosures, this was something we had to guard against, as well. Con artists will look for homes with absentee owners then try to get multiple people to sign leases and provide first and last months rent plus a deposit. All the while they do not represent the owner at all. Again, check the Realtors licenses, and dont be afraid to Google everything. Do they have a physical office and a broker? If you are feeling wary, go there. Dont be afraid to ask questions. Its better to feel let down about a deal that was too good to be true than to show up on move in day with a truck and no where to go. Christina Rordam is a local Realtor with 12 years experience and a member of ORRAs Top Producer Club. For more, visit christinasellsorlando.com. Scammers seek opportunity in hot real-estate markets KEEPING IT REAL ESTATE VARIANCES Heres a breakdown of the variances reviewed by the Winter Park Board of Adjustments Tuesday, July 17. A request of Craig Hills for the property located at 911 Harmon Ave. for a variance to allow the demolition of more than 50% of the existing dwelling and rebuilding a dwelling with side setbacks of 4.8 to 5.7 feet on the west side and 6.4 to 6.7 feet on the east side in lieu of the required side setbacks of 7 feet, encroach one foot into the front setback and exceed the maximum building coverage by 85 square feet was approved with amendments. A request of Wil Torres for the prop erty located at 1260 Alabama Drive for a variance to allow the construction of a four-foot-high cable fence structure located parallel to and eight feet from the canal was denied. Fencing along canal front properties is prohibited within 50 feet from the canal. A request of Michael Samuel for the property located at 1420 Bonnie Burn Circle for a variance to allow imitation rock slide structure to remain 23 feet from a stream in lieu of the required setback of 25 feet was was approved. A request of Brent Spain for the property located at 2229 Howard Drive for Rena and Spencer Freeman for a variance to allow the construc tion of side lot line 6 and 4 foot high wood fencing within 50 feet of the wa ter s edge of a lake in lieu of providing visually open fencing was withdrawn. Request of Elton & Elizabeth Sylvia for the property located at 681 Dun raven Drive for a variance to allow the construction of an addition located 15 feet from the rear lot line, in lieu of the required rear setback of 25 feet was approved.
ARTS + CULTUREFRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 ORANGEOBSERVER.COM THE CURIOUS CURATORGisela Carbonell joins the sta at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum as its new curator.TROY HERRINGASSOCIATE EDITORThere are many things in this world to love, but for Gisela Carbonell, nothing compares to art. It is a multi-pronged instrument used for myriad purposes from self-expression to the documentation of place and time. Art and its history have become such a huge part of Carbonells life that she dedicated herself to the field, and its why she was brought on to serve as the Cornell Fine Arts Museum new curator. Its been wonderful its been great, Carbonell said of her new post. The team here at the Cornell has been so warm and welcoming. (Theres) the nor mal nervousness and anxiety of a new job, but at the same time, theres happiness and a good kind of enthusiasm. As the new curator at Rollins Colleges on-campus museum, Carbonells role includes a number of different duties, such as researching the permanent collection, acquiring new works for the collection and putting on new and exciting exhibitions. Researching and familiarizing herself with the museums large collection has filled up much of these first few weeks for Carbonell, who moved to the Winter Park area just a couple of weeks before she started. Learning everything she can about the collection is the best plan when taking a curators position, she said, and also it helps her be able to best inform those visitors to the museum. Im reading a lot of material and Courtesy photoGisela Carbonell only has been in her current role as the curator at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum for a short time, but already she has made herself at home in the community. SEE NEW PAGE 15
14 WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 A SENSATIONAL NIGHT THAT YOU DONT WANT TO MISS Proceeds will support Hannibal Square Community Land Trust Housing hannibalsquareclt.org 279895 FRIDAY, JULY 20LAUREN MITCHELL AT BLUE BAMBOO 8 p.m. Friday, July 20, at Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts, 1905 Kentucky Ave., Winter Park. Lauren Mitchells album, Desire, is her most fully realized musical statement to date. Through a bold mix of her own original material, songs she hand-picked from the reper toires of her friends, and select covers of tunes rst performed by Etta James, Bettye Lavette, Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and Betty Davis, Mitchell tells a blues story that has been a lifetime in the making. Tickets are $20. For more information and to buy tick ets, bluebambooartcenter.com.MONDAY, JULY 23CREALD ART CAMP 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Monday, July 23, on Creald School of Art, 600 St. Andrews Blvd., Winter Park. This one-week camp meets Monday through Thursday. Finish the summer with an in-depth exploration in your favorite art studios. Spend full-days of art making in two dierent concentrations, with three media choices. Artists pick two of the three oered: drawing/painting, cartooning or sculpture. Pick the two media of choice the rst day of camp. Supervision is provided until 5:30 p.m. For more information and to register, visit crealde. org/classes-workshops.THURSDAY, JULY 26GIGOLO A COLE PORTER REVIEW Thursday, July 26, through Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Winter Park Playhouse, 711 Orange Ave. Suite C., Winter Park. An audience favorite from last years rst Florida Festival of New Musicals, Gigolo uses Cole Porter songs to tell the tale of a handsome playboy and his relationships. Inspired by the life of Porrio Rubirose, this musical revue features 25 Cole Porter classics, including Its DeLovely, Youre The Top, Lets Do It and many more. Music by Cole Porter and conceived by Paul Gilger. For more information and tickets, call (407) 645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org. A NIGHT OF EXPRESSIONS 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Casa Feliz, 656 N. Park Ave., Winter Park. Enjoy a night of elegant entertainment, featuring saxophonist Dayve Stewart, R&B Band Hyde Park and vocalist/ entertainer Maria Olivia. The event also features spoken-word artists Catherine Clark and Elizabeth Ren, along with visual artist Belina Wright and host Shani Lodge. Guests will enjoy hors doeuvres by Arthurs Catering; desserts by Cakes Designed By Love; beer, wine and cash bar; a silent auction; and more. The venue for this magical evening is the historic Casa Feliz, which captures the romance of days gone by one of Winter Parks most beautiful wedding venues. Cost is between $60 to $350. Proceeds will support Hannibal Square Community Land Trust. For more information, call (619) 432-7890.ONGOINGHIS HENDERSON, ISRAEL & SIMPSON PROJECT On display through Dec. 31 on the second oor of the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, 642 W. New England Ave., Winter Park. Visit the Hannibal Square Heritage Center to learn of Winter Parks African-American leaders Gus C. Henderson, Frank R. Israel and Walter B. Simpson. For more infor mation, call (407) 539-2680. CURATOR TOURS OF LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANYS LAURELTON HALL 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Morse Museum, 445 N. Park Ave., Winter Park. Learn more about Louis Comfort Tianys Long Island estate with a Morse curator. Space is limited and there are no advance reservations. Free with admission. For more information, call (407) 645-5311. GALLERY TALKS ON REVIVAL AND REFORM ECLECTICISM IN THE 19TH CENTURY ENVIRONMENT 11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the Morse Museum, 445 N. Park Ave., Winter Park. Learn more about the rich diversity of styles, especially in leaded-glass windows, that made up the visual environment of the late-19th century in Europe and America. Space is limited and there are no advance reservations. Free with admission. For more information, call (407) 645-5311. THE MYERS LEGACY: DUTCH AND FLEMISH PAINTINGS FROM THE COLLECTION Through Aug. 26 at the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. The family of John C. Myers Sr. (1878-1952) has made the single greatest contribution to helping the Cornell Fine Arts Museum build the only Old Masters collection in the Orlando area. Myers fell in love with Old Masters paint ing during his 1908 honeymoon, when his bride Alice Mould introduced him to Europes museums. By the 1940s, he had amassed a signicant collection, which he often shared in his Ashland, Ohio, home with students from a nearby college. His passion for teaching and learning through art was echoed by his heirs, who generously donated parts of the collection to Ashland College, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gar dens in Jacksonville and CFAM. Courtesy photo THIS WEEK
WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 15 rfntbf when the ONE-IN-CHARGEbecomes theNEXT-IN-LINE rfntbfwhen theONE-IN-CHARGEbecomes theNEXT-IN-LINE rfntbf when theONE-IN-CHARGEbecomes theNEXT-IN-LINE 272079 263798 Established in 1972 we are celebrating 45 years of service this year. starting to work on projects that will probably be on view a few months from now, Carbonell said. And (Im) starting to meet with faculty about projects for the new semester.FINDING HER PASSIONAlthough Carbonell has made a career out of her passion for art history, it wasnt always the field she envisioned originally. Growing up in her native home in Puerto Rico, Carbonell had a passion for the arts especially theater but didnt really plan on making a living out of it. During her time at the University of Puerto Rico, where she graduated with a degree in political science, Carbonell picked up on a trend that she noticed throughout her studies the constant use of art throughout the realms of politics, economics and society. Reading some of the traditional texts for some of the courses learning a little about the history of the Roman Empire and emperors, and I realized throughout the years in college that many of these historical figures are using art to promote their political agendas, Car bonell said. Art was really a tool for propaganda so I became very interested in the use of imagery whether it was sculptures or paintings to promote political ideology. With a rekindled love for art history sparked, Carbonell decided to go on to graduate school to pursue her masters degree in art history from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, before attaining her doctoral degree in art history from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. At Illinois, she took her first step into curatorial work at the schools Krannert Art Museum. From there, she was hooked.CURATING CORNELLAfter graduating Carbonell moved back to Puerto Rico teaching art history to students at her alma mater, where she stayed for eight years before deciding to head back to the states and back into museum curating. For the following four-andone-half years, she served as the director of curatorial affairs at the Baker Museum at Artis-Naples. Carbonell said she enjoyed her time at the museum, but after the closure of the museum after to damage by Hurricane Irma, it was time to find something new. While she is still just getting to know the museum and the surrounding area, Carbonell said the experience already has been a good one. This is a very talented group of people very knowledgeable and very friendly, and I know this is going to be a great work experience with them, Carbonell said. And you can see that in the trajectory of the museum and the caliber of exhibitions that the Cornell organizes, so Im very excited to be a part of this team.New Cornell curatorCONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 We park. You play. Mercedes-Benz of Orlando. Proud sponsor of the valet at Winter Park Village 280046
16 WINTER PARK / MAITLAND OBSERVER | FRIDAY, JULY 20, 2018 Winter Park children had the chance to discover and try new musical instruments at a music instrument petting zoo Saturday, July 14, at the Winter Park Public Library. Visitors had a chance to try everything from guitars and banjos to utes and chorded zithers. TIM FREEDA time to try Vaughan, 7; Courtney and Lennon Vogelsang, 5, had a great time at the library event. Left: Tim Martin, top, showed children how to play the musical saw and create its unique sounds. Jay Christman demonstrated the autoharp at the music instrument petting zoo. Jay Bradbury gave Sophia Hesh, 10, some advice with the mandolin. Right: Marie Cashion showed Lisa Wolf, 12, how to hold and play the ddle. ONLINESee more photos at OrangeObserver.com 266472
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