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Free! www. Seminole Voice .com March 30 April 12, 2012 USPS 008-093 Publisher statement on page 2. Whats goin on? INDEX Food Truck Crazy is bringing Food Truck Wars to Orlando. at each other or sabotaging the soup, but there will be plenty of trucks roll into Oviedo on Satur day, March 31. state will be vying for awards in will go to the truck that gets the have developed quite the fol of town trucks will have to work win this category. In the Chef-Off, trucks will present their best dishes to a panel of six judges, including and the Rosen College of Hospi gets bragging rights until next year. easiest category to win. The rules cious and sell a lot of it. The truck A couple of local trucks will the Most Fun Food Truck Ap of Central Florida students last fall, they had no idea they were doing anything wrong. their lease, at the end of August, unrelated people could live in living in the city of Oviedo. Kingsbridge East neighborhood in 2003. Celery Stalks ........................................... 4 Stetsons Corner ...................................... 4 Interests .................................................. 5 Calendar .................................................. 7 Athletics ................................................ 13 Ask Sandi .............................................. 14 Young Voices ......................................... 14 Classifieds ............................................. 15 Calendar > 7 Enjoy live music, face painting, tractor rides and antique vehicles at Genevas Founders Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. When Zeus is abducted into the underworld by Ares and Hades, Perseus must fight to save him. Opening this week: Wrath of the Titans A 14-game win streak snaps for Winter Springs Athletics > 13 Family > 6 Oviedo, Winter Springs cops compete for Kids House Altamonte family raises funds for muscular dystrophy Interests > 5 No room for rooming houses City Council sets precedent, denies request for rooming house for UCF students in Oviedo SARAH WILSON The Voice PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE This Oviedo homes owners and some neighboring residents say theyd rather see the dwelling occupied than empty. Please see HOUSE on page 2 Food Truck Wars kicks off at noon on Saturday, March 31, and runs until 6 p.m. in the parking lot of the Oviedo Mall. Forty trucks compete for your votes in ve categories, to see who will come out ahead. Food trucks battle, fans benet ALLISON OLCSVAY The Voice PHO T O BY ALLISON OLCSVAY THE V OICE Doug Johnson, owner of the Cafe Cocoa Mo food truck, is gearing up for the inaugural Food Truck Wars competition at the Oviedo Mall on March 31. Please see TRUCKS on page 3 Bush runs for state House ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice The race for a new Florida House of Representatives seat has a new ished his third paperwork last week to run for the pro 28 seat, which would cover nole County. think he could serve the public bet ter at the state level. It started with decisions affecting schools, which Please see BUSH on page 3 John Bush

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Page 2 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice THIS WEEK February, the Hoopers are being er with three or fewer renters or the city says Oviedo should house None, he says, have passed. They thought that situation and process that would rezone the On Feb. 20 their application was presented in front of the Oviedo City Council, with two of the residents and the property April. There have been absolutely no it could set for the future, enacting ers until the property was back in code, beginning on Feb. 22. Our residents expect us to keep that distance between us and questioning what, if not their situ ation, would be considered a spe What would you rather have, dead lawns and un-kept houses or up-kept houses with college ants, Matthew Gruda, said. sons to live elsewhere. Rezoning partner for the city of Oviedo, it neighborhoods overrun with col lege students. and cul-de-sacs, not frat houses he was charging the six students Jennifer Acevedo, who has she was not aware the code in question existed, and that anoth neighborhood look any better. Gayle Elliott, a neighbor in house on her street either, if the property falls into foreclosure, but that she understands the prec edent of the issue. away but the rules are the rules THIS WEEK in history April 1, 1700 English pranksters begin popularizing the annual tradition of playing April Fools jokes. In keeping with the fun in 1957, the BBC reported that Swiss farmers were experiencing a record spaghetti crop and showed footage of people harvesting noodles from trees. Published Friday, March 30, 2012 PUBLISHER Tracy Craft 407-515-2605 tcraft@observernewspapers.com ASSOCIATE EDITOR Isaac Babcock 407-563-7023 isaacb@observernewspapers.com MANAGING EDITOR Jenny Andreasson 407-563-7026 editor@observernewspapers.com DESIGNER Jonathan Gallagher 407-563-7054 jgallagher@observernewspapers.com CLASSIFIEDS LISTINGS classieds@observernewspapers.com P hone 407-563-7000 SeminoleVoice.com F ax 407-563-7099 Volume 22 Issue No. 12 The Seminole Voice is published twice a month by Community Media Holdings, LLC USPS #008-093 Periodicals postage is paid at Oviedo, Fla. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Seminole Voice, P.O. Box 2426, Winter Park, FL 32790 REPORTER Karen McEnany-Phillips kphillips@observernewspapers.com SUBSCRIPTIONS/CIRCULATION Amanda Rayno 407-563-7073 arayno@golfweek.com COPY EDITOR Sarah Wilson COLUMNISTS Janet Foley of Oviedo 407-365-6859 celerystalks@att.net INTERN Allison Olcsvay Sandi Vidal of Casselberry sandi@christianhelp.org Tom Carey of Oviedo sundewgardens@gmail.com ADVERTISING SALES Linda Stern 407-376-2434 LStern@observernewspapers. com HOUSE | Mayor says people moved to Oviedo for its family-oriented feel, not for neighbor college students C ONTINUED FR OM FR ONT P AGE PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE L ynne Doxey pleads her case to allow students to continue renting an Oviedo home until the end of the semester at an Oviedo City Council meeting on Feb. 20. Church cheers 100 years of community PHO T OS BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE St. Lukes Lutheran Church of Oviedos 100th Anniversary Celebration kicked off at the church on March 11 with a full day of festivities. Twice over the years, the congregation outgrew its home and built larger, more modern facilities.

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Page 3 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice er Robert Miller agreed, saying he got to experience new on education could be helpful at the state level. that change, he said. I also could never get the state to tell us anything. with the state, you should be in the district talking to pearance award, which will go to truck to do well. The biggest event, literally, will be sion of their specialty, whether it be a giant cupcake, bowl of shredded pork prizes, the real winners are the fans this latest evolution of the food truck trend. regular and Oviedo resident Cynthia Anaston. We always have a great gathering. I had a chance to say hello to when designing the gatherings. One of the ways we got to know each inspiration. I had hoped it would be a way and socialize with friends, try new things and still be together." overdose of kitsch, all in good taste, of course. Just past all that faade though, treasures await the epicurious adven turer. Mi Casita, was 10 deep for good rea son. said that eating there was just like eat Their newly decorated truck in deed looks like a little house where six grandchildren, when they can get Many food trucks began as rolling can say they began as a coffee shop, That distinction goes to Caf Cocoa weather and to bring a taste of the Northwest coffee tradition to Florida. because Sno-Awlins is serving up back to Mardi Gras. It starts as a pristine block of ice, created special for this purpose. Then in an authentic New Orleans ice shav snow. Shaped into a ball, with a gen current offerings are any preview. In addition to the food trucks, there the auction and garden will go to the organizations. body. BUSH | Schools at the forefront C ONTINUED FR OM FR ONT P AGE TR UCKS | Organizer says food events let neighbors, families socialize C ONTINUED FR OM FR ONT P AGE Everyone said that eating there was just like eating at home, only better. Kleber Sanchez of Mi Casita Keiths Keiths Hospital Keiths HospitalFrom 24-hour emergencies and specialized cancer care to women's imaging services, we care for your entire community. But when you walk through our doors, our attention shis to you. We become more than South Seminole Hospital.Everything we do starts with you.We become Call 321.8HEALTH (321.843.2584) to learn more about specialists and services, or visit southseminolehospital.com 11ORS047_SSH_SEMINOLE_VOICE_MARCH30_PRESS.pdf 1 3/26/12 3:03 PM

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Page 4 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice Spring arrived on Tuesday, paying attention to our gardens and plants, while thinking about ing process of overgrown garden looks like a disaster area, all will uncover the new pineapples that are beginning to get ripe for picking. I found two goodies so yard. The pineapples are sweet and juicy, and you can replant goodies, old favorites and new additions. Founders Day Fun Also on March 31, the Geneva the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E. Main Street, in Geneva. There New Meeting Place Oviedo Mall is proud to share space, especially for the purpose training sessions, is an added Mall and a key to its service of Charity Plant Sale Oviedo Garden Club will host its High School. The plant sale has been a tradition of the club for in their own greenhouses and Taste of Oviedo The Taste of Oviedo will be held the 18th annual Taste celebration and features local food, vendors, activities. The Oviedo Preserva tion Project will host a citrus and celery cook-off for the best Garage Sale King St., in Oviedo, between Oviedo High School and the prior to the event at the club Famous Recipes Club held its annual Tasting cookbooks. One of the local sponsors, the Town House Restaurant and attended the luncheon and April, the Town House will fea is donating a portion of the proceeds to our club. If you go to the Town House website or Facebook page they have posted A thought "There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner; that, in the dinner, the March goes out like a lion with celebration at The Rural Heritage Center at First and Main on Sat urday, March 31. This free event Barbeque, artists and cupcake contests showcasing honey, local produce and arts and crafts. Kids will love the tractor rides, face painting and cupcake-eating contest. Save participated in this event and dollars to support your local ven drawing and help the fundraising efforts of the RHC, which is run exclusively by dedicated volun teers. Consider buying a brick to Square, a Geneva T-shirt or an ship. Learning still thrives at RHC connections to our rural tradi tions. Step inside the Geneva and appreciate the sunlight dows on the polished hardwood visit the restored Rural Heritage The Rural Heritage Center regularly hosts a wide variety onstrations on topics related to rural traditions. Square dancing, be taught and experienced. If you have an idea for a class or are looking for a place to hold a private event, check it out. Call Community garage sale and visit this lovely neighbor Car wash and Corn Hole fundraisers The All Around Geneva Relay Sanford at The Frosty Mug on cancer with fun that includes prizes and a contest that begins at And on Saturday, March 31, leave your dirty car or truck at odist Church is washing cars to things in our lives. Our gardens witness this direct return on our not produce our expected bounty. with water, known as the poor dividend. As spring days get longer and potential for productivity soars quantities of irrigation, usually suggested at one inch each week, plicity ends when establishing transplants and directly seeded with our irrigation water. The ratio of the size of plants to their result in required daily attention. Carrots ready for harvest can develop soft rotten spots if exces layers of the soil. Most gardens will grow nicely rules for lawns and landscapes are followed. Overhead sprin hose bibb set for a schedule or routine stable. Hand water new crops by al lowing a shallow pool to puddle and settle the soil particles around the seeds and transplants. strict harsh conditions delivered by winds and sun. Follow up on plants are established, with their This rooting routine helps tiny carrot seeds begin their journey. doubles their individual soil-pro tecting effectiveness and restricts bucket with a few eighth-inch dash of liquid fertilizer into the of rain collected over the acreage of our roofs is stunning. Find alternatives to using drinking water for irrigation by catching our increasingly sporadic rainfall. We have all the resources neces 160 East Broadway PO Box 622143 Oviedo, FL 32765 Phone: (407) 365-3722 Fax: (407) 365-7786 www.signman.net (Located at the base of the Nelson & Co. water tower) Tom Carey SundewGardens@gmail.comHomegrown always tastes better. Experience homegrown gardening: A mere sip of water Fun-tastic Founders Day Spring is here Tom Carey GARDEN From my to yours Tom Carey is the owner of Sundew Gardens, a you-pick gardening business in Oviedo. Visit the Sundew Gardens Facebook page. WHO IS CAREY > Stetsons Corner By Karen McEnany-Phillips Please share your thoughts about Geneva at 407-221-7002 kphillips@observernewspapers.com with Stetsons Corner in the subject line, or fax 407-349-2800 Thanks! This column is dedicated to Deputy Sheriff Gene Stetson Gregory, killed in the line of duty on July 8, 1998. Geneva will never be the same because of Deputy Gregory it will be better. TALK T O KAREN > CELERY By Janet Foley the Between Stalks Send word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing celerystalks@att.net TALK T O JANET >

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Page 5 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice INTERESTS Jace Pitre is probably one of the sweetest 2-year-olds youll ever meet. No matter what hes do ing, be it curiously going after a bit of paper his mom has left in his reach, petting his puppies or holding on to his favorite little yellow Frisbee, if he catches your eye the one thing you can count on him doing is offering up the biggest smile he can. For Jace, who has an undiag nosed muscle disease, this is the best way he can communicate and interact with the world around him. While he is 2 years old, his muscles arent strong enough to let him jet around the house, hop on a swing in the park or work on form words yet. If you ask his mom how hes like any other kid his age, shell movement is limited to wiggling new skill hes learned and mis chievously and happily roll to and his speaking skills are mostly coos. Physically and mentally, he seems more like a baby than a toddler. and her boyfriend, James Pitre, experienced a completely normal pregnancy. But one month after Jace was born, they noticed he was favoring his left side and his head which is shortening of the neck muscles, and hypotonia, a lack of ter test, but nothing has come up positive, and the family doesnt are like muscular dystrophy, but he doesnt have that disease. vares and Pitre have learned to cope and move forward so they can help Jace be the best he can be. I never thought this would happen, but its a road that were traveling and I dont have a prob lem traveling down it, Pitre said. I see a light at the end of the tun nel. Two years ago we looked at our son and our life and we said, want perfect, everybody wants perfect and now I look at my son two years later and I real ized he is perfect; if anything hes opened up our eyes to what a real problem is and to what real true kindness is. Seeing kindness kindness of strangers. People theyve never met have sent sup plies and money to help Jace only because the family expressed need. Now the Altamonte Springs family is participating in the MDA Muscle Walk, which will be held they did it to give just a little back, how big her role would get. Team Jace and the Jollyhoppers are in with $3,921 as of March 20. For their family, this experience has been one that has changed their lives. Its put a little control back in their hands to make a differ ence, and to help Jace and others like him. It brought motivation to our said. All the money raised will go to It will buy wheelchairs and send kids to a special camp. While Jace cant wait for the time Jace can go to a summer camp made for him. Walk organizer Brandi Rice said Team Jace has inspired oth ers to work harder. It means everything to these families, Rice said. Help from students Jace has also received help from some college students. Liani Steenekamp, Jaces occupational therapist and Keiser University instructor, has had her students create a piece of equipment to help him get in the crawling posi grown out of it, but Steenekamp plans to have her students build more learning and therapy tools for Jace. Steenekamp is also his occu pational therapist and has helped him learn to hold his head up and gain strength in his core. She said Jace works so hard at therapy with breathing will shorten and hell make noises because of his efforts. hope for her son. That want to do things makes all of the difference, she said. And even though it may not seem like much, the progress Jace has made is a serious achieve ment. A little step is actually a big thing for him, Steenekamp said. And all this help couldnt be more important to their family. Jace only gets about four hours of what he needs and many kids get. But they just dont have the money, and insurance only pays so much. This is the battle that we She lives her life for Jace, but she hopes for a time when he can get better, and she doesnt have to think and move and worry for him every moment of his life, when she can go back to school to be a nurse. She gets sad some times, but when she looks at Jace, it changes everything. If he is this happy, I dont have a right to be sad. THIS WEEK in human history April 7, 1891 American showman Phineas Taylor Barnum dies in Bridgeport, Conn. The 81-year-old showmans sense of humor never deserted him. He requested that a New York newspaper run his obituary before he died so he could enjoy reading it, and the paper obliged. MUSIC for NEWBORNS KINDERGARTEN & the adults who love them.Free Sample ClassesAvailable: March 20 24Winter Park Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Thursday 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Thursday 6:30 p.m. Mixed Ages Casselberry Wednesday :30 a.m. Mixed Oviedo Friday, 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Saturday 9:30 a.m. Mixed AgesR.S.V.P. 407-844-4414seminolemusictogether@gmail.com WWW.SEMINOLEMUSICTOGETHER.COM Spring classes begin April 9th The MDA Muscle Walk is 8 a.m. Saturday, March 31, at Lake Lily Park in Maitland. For more information and to sign up, scan the QR code with your smart phone or visit tinyurl.com/ MDAmusclewalklakelily. To help Team Jace and the Jollyhoppers click on their team name. Anyone is welcome to join the Jollyhoppers team on the walk. Hoping for a cure While an Altamonte Springs couple hopes to get a diagnosis for their son, they raise money for the MDA Muscle Walk on March 31 in Maitland BRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE Courtney Gavares and her 2-year-old son, Jace Pitre, laugh at a fundraising event March 18. He has an undiagnosed muscle disease.

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Page 6 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice Family Calendar Tracie Rouse never thought she would be able to seek out help for out he was sexually abused when he was 3. Im a single parent, so I didnt have anybody to turn to, Rouse said. I didnt know what to do. Rouse found refuge in Kids organization that aids child abuse victims and families by provid ing coordinated services in a safe, from the initial report and inves tigation through treatment and resolution. lutely phenomenal, Rouse said. They were instrumental in get ting me and my son help we needed. tor of Development Marcie Dearth said having all of the different ser vices needed for an abuse case in one place allows them to respond to any case, at any time. Kids assistant, a full-time pediatric nurse practitioner, and part-time pediatrician on staff at all times. They, like the rest of staff, re spond 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Dearth said. So although we, generally speaking, do oper ate under regular business hours, child abuse occurs at all hours of the day, and we are responsive immediately. Fundraisers such as the 4th of Seminole to raise the money needed to continue these services. Winter Springs and Oviedo police departments will compete football fundraiser on March 31 a day of fun and funds that will give back to community. organization that we could raise money for We work with them every day, and this is our way to give back, Winter Springs Police Sgt. Nick Romano said. Their services are instrumental in keep ing our community safe. Ninety percent of abuse to chil dren is perpetrated by someone they know, and as many as one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before the age ing cause of death in children un der the age of 4. From 2010-2011, 4,369 reports were called into the abuse hotline ents. Twenty-three percent of these abuse, 39 percent sexual abuse, 21 percent neglect and 30 percent were other kinds of abuse. each year to reach out and meet the needs of the community. The has grown from a staff of one, with a budget of $18,000, to a staff of 30, and a budget of about $2.2 million, Dearth said. Oviedo Police Lt. Adam Egert more than $10,000 last year, and this year the goal is the same, if not more. The event invites the public to come and give back to an organi zation that helps the communitys youngest victims: children. We just want to help out a lo cal charity that really helps out us as law enforcement a lot, Egert said. Theyre a great advocacy center for kids They take a lot of the stressful part of the job off our shoulders, especially when chil dren are the victims. Oviedo VISION Center 875 Clark Street,Suite A Oviedo, FL 32765 www.OviedoVision.com 407.366.7655 Dr. Gary D. McDonald and Dr. Jason R. Wallace Optometric PhysiciansFashion Frames Custom Contact Fittings Eye Exams for All Ages Designer & Rx Sunglasses Treatment of Red Eyes Treatment of Infections & Glaucoma In-House Optical Lab Surgery Co-Management KRISTY VICKERY The Voice PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE Kids House of Seminole helps child abuse victims and families by providing coordinated care in a safe, child-friendly place, including examination rooms lled with murals and stuffed animals to make them more comforting than austere. The 4th Annual Cops for Kids House Flag Football Game will be held on March 31, at Oviedo High School. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and kickoff starts at 12:15 p.m. There will be face painting, a rafe, bounce house and many more activities for kids. Admission is $7 and includes lunch. Visit kidshouse.org Playing ball for kids Seminole State College of Florida will host College 101: Experience Seminole State, on Friday, March 30. The event is open to any high school senior who is interested in Seminole State. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit seminolestate. edu/future-students/college-101/ index.php. More than 50 distinguished lo cal and national authors whose works are featured in libraries and classrooms across the coun try will speak at the third annual UCF Book Festival on Saturday, March 31. The festival is open to the public and will be held at the UCF Arena from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission and parking will be free. Visit bookfestival.ucf.edu or the events Twitter, @UCFBook Festival. The 4th Annual Cops for Kids Flag Football Game to benet Kids House of Seminole will be held at Oviedo High School, with kickoff at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. To purchase tickets in advance, contact 407-324-3036, ext. 237, or dearth@kidshouse. org. Tuskawilla United Methodist Church is hosting a community yard sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, at 3925 Red Bug Lake Road, in Casselberry. The community is invited to buy or sell. Sellers can set up from 6 to 8 a.m. Contact dwhendrickson61@ c.rr.com for additional informa tion. The Artistic Hand has new teen/ adult and kid classes. The up coming teen/adult classes are of fered in pottery, painting, drawing and jewelry making. These classes start the week of April 2. The up coming kids classes are pottery, throwing on the wheel, painting and drawing. These classes start the week of April 16. UCF Student Research W eek, from April 2-5 in the Student Union, celebrates the best of UCF students research and creative projects. All events are free and open to the public. On-campus parking is $5. For more informa tion and a complete schedule of events, please visit researchweek. ucf.edu. The Planetarium at Seminole State College of Florida will explore the past, present and future of space exploration with a new full-dome show, The Final Frontier, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on April 7, 21 and 28. Visit seminolestate.edu/ planet or call 407-708-2360. Join Seminole County Natural Lands Program for guided hikes and programs throughout the county. Its $3 per person. Call 407-349-0959 to register. Up coming events are: April 7: Nocturnal Animals 7:30 9:30 p.m. @ Chuluota Wilderness Area Email calendar submissions to editor@observernewspapers.com

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Page 7 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice MARCH 31 Genevas Founders Day is Sat urday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. Its free. Enter tainment includes music, a 50/50 drawing, face painting, tractor rides, youth and adult performance and an tique vehicles. Vendors will be offer ing produce, honey, arts and crafts, and other goods. Booths are $10. Call 407-792-0758 or email ruralheri tage@gmail.com. Food Truck W ars is from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, in the Oviedo Mall parking lot, featuring 40 trucks from across the state for this rst ever event. There will also be a beer garden, live music and a silent auction. Visit FoodTruckWars.com Heathrow Womens Club is hosting its annual fundraising gala at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, at the Heathrow Country Club. The theme is Noche de Flamenco. In addition to dinner, dancing and a silent auc tion, the well-known Flamenco de Sol Dance Company will perform. Tickets are $100 per person. Call 407-8041860. Join Goldenrule Housing for their free rst-time homebuyer workshop They can help you to qualify for mort gage and down payment assistance. To receive the down payment assis tance you must attend. The next class is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 31. You must register in advance. No walk-ins. Call 407-878-3759. Enjoy a day lled with music, Indian dances, games, shopping and fun at the Festival of India from 11a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. Stalls include jewelry, clothes, saris, henna tattoos, handicrafts and food from different regions of India. The event will be at the HSCF Community Hall, 1994 Lake Drive, in Casselberry. Entry is free, and parking is $5. Call 407-699-5277. APRIL 1 The University of Central Florida Librar ies will host an exhibit by internation ally known artist, Dr. Walter Gaudnek, throughout the month of April, in the main campus library in Orlando. The exhibit, Rolling Art: From 4 Wheels to No Wheels, will include pieces from the artists personal collection as well as a sampling of the collected works from the UCF Libraries Special Collections. An opening reception will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 2, in Room 223. Call Meg Scharf at 407823-2564 for information. Join the Community United Methodist Church for Holy W eek activities April 1, 5 and 8 at 4921 S. Highway 17-92, in Casselberry, just north of Highway 436. Call 407-831-3777 for informa tion. Visit casselberrychurch.org. Life Community Church is host ing Easter W eek activities at 395 Tuskawilla Road, in Winter Springs. Call 407-365-6363 or visit lcconline. org for more information. April 4, at 7 p.m. -Scripture Read ings and Hymns April 6, at 7 p.m. Good Friday Communion and Prayer Service April 7, at noon Community Wide Easter Egg Hunt and Picnic April 8, at 10 a.m. Easter Cel ebration & Worship Service APRIL 5 Get Healthy Orlando is hosting a free event New Solutions to Fibromy algia at 6:30 p.m. on April 5, at the Casselberry Public Library, 215 N. Oxford Road. RSVP by calling 407588-7543 or go to gethealthyorlando. com. Seating is limited. APRIL 10 Heathrow Womens Club will meet at 11 a.m. on April 10 at the Heathrow Country Club for a luncheon with guest speaker, Dr. Connie Lester, a professor of history at UCF. Lester will provide a new perspective on the Civil War by introducing the diaries of Lucy Virginia French, an independentminded, southern woman. Register at heathrowwomensclub.com by April 5. Tickets are $21. APRIL 12 Learn healthy stir-fry tips and tech niques from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12. Classes will be held at the Seminole County Extension Services kitchen, 250 W. County Home Road, in Sanford. Class size is limited. Call 407-665-5560 to register. Each class is $10, payable in advance. Downtown Sanfords Alive After 5 Seafood Shindig is from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 12. Enjoy food and beverage samples, live music, art and community businesses for $7 per person. For information contact the Historic Sanford Welcome Center at 407-302-2586, info@sanfordwel comecenter.com, or visit us at 230 E. First St. in downtown Sanford. APRIL 15 The Hindu Society of Central Florida hosts their Community Health Fair Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 15 at the HSCF Community Hall, 1994 Lake Drive, in Casselberry. Its free and includes a consultation with an internist or cardiologist, testing for blood sugar, cholesterol, vision and hearing with ECG and ECHO test ing for those eligible. Call 407-6995277. Calendar So this is our commitment to you. We will work as diligently to help grow and protect your money as you did earning it. And help create a passionately disciplined plan designed to provide sustainable income for your riveting next chapter. Discover all that we can do for you. LIFE WELL PLANNED. YOU STOP WORKING AT 65. YOUR MONEY STOPS WORKING AT 65. T HIS COULD BE A PROBLEM. YOU STOP W ORKING A T 65. YOUR MONEY STOP S W ORKING A T 65. T H I S COULD BE A P ROB LEM. Raymond James & Associates, Inc., member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC 10-BDMKT-0426 RJA 10/10 Scott R. Nickerson, AAMS www.fortresswmrj.com Associate Vice President, Investments 301 East Pine Street Suite 1100 Orlando, FL 32801 407-246-8895 scott.nickerson@raymondjames.com Marshall Tucker Band See the Marshall Tucker Band live in concert at 8 p.m. on Friday, April 13, at the intersection of State Road 436 and 17-92 in the Orlando Jai-Alai Fronton. Tickets start at $45 on sale now at OrlandoLiveEvents.com or 407-339-6221, ext. 100. Taste of Oviedo The 18th Annual Taste of Ovie do is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd. The event will feature food, vendors, businesses, childrens activities as well as great entertainment. Its free. More info at TasteofO viedo.org.

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Page 8 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice 18-year employee honored In a celebration held at Lyman High on March 15, George Beasley was named the 2012 School-Related Employee of the Year for Semi nole County. A custodian and plant manager at Seminole High School in Sanford, Mr. Beasley has worked his entire 18 years with the district at Seminole High School. 50th anniversary planned Oviedo High School is planning a 50th celebra tion of their football eld and are looking for coaches, football players and cheerleaders from the inaugural 1962 teams and their families. Please contact Angie Williford at 407-320-4023 or Patty Blake at 407-320-4136. Bush announces House run John F. Bush the former three-term mayor of Winter Springs, longtime leader in local Republi can politics and veteran educator announced his candidacy March 16 for the Florida House of Representatives in the new district that will result from the recent statewide redistricting, combining areas from both the former District 33 and District 34. Visit johnbushforstaterep. com Community Police Academy open The Oviedo Police department is now accept ing applications for the 2012 Community Police Academy (CPA). The CPA participants meet every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for 11 weeks. Classes begin April 10. The CPA is free however seating is limited and on a rst-come basis. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and pass a limited background investiga tion. Visit www.CityOfOviedo.net School news Free school supplies Seminole County-based Dixon Ticonderoga Co., supplier of writing and art supplies including Prang Art Markers, kicked off the nationwide program Prang Power on March 9, allow ing schools to receive free supplies in exchange for UPC labels from any Dixon-family product. Teachers can register on www.PrangPower. com. Timothy M. Gomez, Dixon Ticonderogas CEO, also announced plans to donate up to $150,000 through Prang Power to the Kids In Need Foundation. The nonprot organization provides free school supplies to students in need. Seminole gets an A For the third year in a row the Seminole County Public Schools website has been awarded an A Transparency Grade on Sunshine Reviews Transparency Checklist. Only 214 of the more than 6,000 government websites ranked by Sun shine Review earned this prestigious award. Player of the week Seminole State College sophomore Kristie Ho effer was named the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Softball Player of the Week for March 5-11. She earned the honor based on her remarkable offensive contributions in the Raiders three games at the beginning of March. Biz news Booth space available There is still vendor booth space available for the Founders Day Event on March 31 at The Rural Heritage Center located in Geneva. If you would like to have a vendor booth at our event for the small cost of $10, please contact rural heritage@gmail.com New meeting space Oviedo Mall is proud to announce their newly designated Community Room. The community room is located across from Pet Rescue by Judy and the soon to be location for Brow Art 23. Email brickeyj@urbanretail.com Theology professor published Dr. Reggie Kidd, professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminarys Orlando campus, has contributed the editorial commen tary for the Pastoral Epistles (I and II Timothy and Titus) in The Baker Illustrated Bible Com mentary released March 1 by Baker Books. Business of the Year awarded The Casselberry Chamber of Commerce award ed Tijuana Flats Casselberry location with the 2011 Business Enterprise of the Year award. The Chamber chose Tijuana Flats because of their active role in the community. The store is owned by Robert Cawthorn. Send submissions to editor@observernewspapers. com Get the look you deserve ... Contact us at 4079146445 Were 100% mobile Car Wash & Wax $15* Insured Business For a limited time only. Restrictions ap ply due to size and condition of vehicle. Notes Free dental work Casselberry dentist Dr. Tim Chatterley, of Bright Smiles Dental, helped the residents of Casselberry and surrounding communi ties during these difcult economic times by giving free Emergency Dental Treatment on Friday, Feb. 10. Dr. Chatterleys other events can be found at http://bit.ly/chatterly In February, 1988, Mr. Johnie W. Conley III was elected to our Board of Directors. At the time, we were elated to announce his afliation as a Director. As a fourth generation Floridian, he was dedicated to the prosperity of this region and a successful business executive. But he became much more to each of us at Citizens Bank of Florida. As our industry changed and relationship-based banking became our signature way of doing business, Mr. Conley was front and center in his leadership. He drove us to be better and to see opportunity clearly; to consider new and existing relationships with an eye on providing total nancial solutions. As a result, our prosperity was raised another notch and in the process we recognized a wonderful friend and mentor. For nearly a quarter of a century we enjoyed a mutual friendship with Mr. Conley. He always had a kind word and a warm smile to offer to our staff and customers. We are left to offer condolences to his family and to continue our work in honoring his legacy. Mr. Conley touched many lives in the Oviedo area beyond his family and our bank. From his work with the Oviedo Jaycees, Oviedo City Council and one of the rst founders of the Greater Oviedo Chamber of Commerce to being a Scoutmaster, baseball and football coach, he will long be remembered by generations of friends and neighbors. Collectively, we are all richer for having had the good fortune to cross paths with Mr. Conley. www.mycb.com JOHNIE W. CONLEY, III1935 2012SAYING GOODBYE TO A BELOVED FRIEND AND TRU STED MENT OR IS NEVER EASY.

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Page 9 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice For nearly half a century Louis Roney was known around the world for his operatic voice. After a lifetime spent making music all over the world, Roney entered the March 21. It didnt take much of a move ment to see him nominated for the award. The longtime Winter Park resident already had some very powerful friends. Speaking at the resentatives on Jan. 24, Rep. John Mica did all the talking for him. a deep and profound impact on our community, state and nation, Mica said. And that impact was heard around the world, in opera houses as near as Orlando and as far as Faust for Monacos Prince Rainier, tenor in the history of Italys larg est opera festival. But while he toured the world serving as an American ambas sador in opera, he said he never forgot his hometown. My memories of Winter Park, having grown up in this little town, which it was when I gradu ated from grammar school in I spent many happy years here, which I did not forget when I was Roney said. I did not forget it when I was in Europe singing that Winter Park was waiting here for me to come back some day. It was Winter Parks charm that had lured his wife, Joy, into a new home that would soon be the duos base for starting the Orlan (now known as the Orlando Fes tival of Orchestras) and teaching music to local students. when we came down here on our honeymoon she fell in love with it, Roney said. We looked around a bit, and the next day we bought a house on a lake. This would be their home for the rest of their lives, Roney said. They established a scholar taught as distinguished professor of music for 19 years at the Uni he continued to win praise for his voice. On March 12, the accolades kept coming for Roney, who was Day in Winter Park to honor his achievements. As usual, Roneys fame as a singer, actor, writer and teacher preceded him to the podium at If you read his column in the (Winter Park-Maitland) Observer you know hes a very humble man, Winter Park Mayor Ken Bradley said jokingly. Roney has been a columnist for the Voices sister publication The Winter Park-Maitland Observer for 31 years. As he has become so fond of doing, he recounted tales of his life in Winter Park and abroad, its 500 wins as its captain, then on in the Navy. But his most famous achievements soared through op era houses worldwide. Thank you so much for bless ing our city with so many good things, Bradley said. SEN I OR VO I CE THRIVE @ 55 AND BEYOND! Oviedo Antique Mall55 Dealers! New 5,000 square foot antique & collectibles mall in downtown Oviedo.Primitives, furniture, jewelry, lp albums, collectibles, coins, Antiquariam Books, & more Open 7 Days! Limited Dealer Space AvailableKay Halley & other Halleys Antiques dealers are now located at Oviedo Antique Mall OF CENTRAL FLORIDA CELEBRATING OVER 25 YEARS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITYBernard S. Zeffren, MD Eugene F. Schwartz, MD Winnie Whidden, MSN, ARNP-CVoted Best Doctors of Central FL, Orlando Magazine for 7 consecutive yearsDiplomates American Board of Allergy and Immunology Evening Hours Available793 Douglas Ave. Altamonte Springs, FL 32714407-862-5824 2 locations in Seminole County7560 Ste. 2064 407-366-7387www.orlandoallergy.com Hours: M-F 8am to 4:30pm 2315 Lee Road Winter Park, Florida 32789 Your Guiding Beacon for Quality Healthcare Harbour Private Duty Nursing, LLCSkilled Nursing Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Companionship Home Health Aid Homemaking Flexible Schedules Free RN Assessments The Services of Harbour Private Duty Nursing provide peace of mind to loved ones, trust ofcers, guardians and physicians. Our professional team prides itself on making your life easier. We also provide in-hospital private duty care, which offers close, personal attention and reassurance in an unfamiliar and often frightening environment. Our ofce hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Our professional team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. During hours when the ofce is closed and during the weekends and holidays, the on-call coordinator is available by telephone 24 hours per day.www.HarbourPrivateDutyNursing.com License # 299991382phone (407) 895-8188 fax 407-895-9339 Louis Roney, along with other distinguished Floridians, was honored at the Florida Heritage Month awards on Wednesday, March 21, at the Florida State Conference Center in Tallahassee. Fame comes home for tenor ISAAC BABCOCK Observer Staff PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE Louis Roney, 91, and his wife, Joy Roney, are introduced by Winter Park Mayor Ken Bradley at the Commission meeting on March 12. I spent many happy years here I did not forget it when I was in Europe singing that Winter Park was waiting here for me to come back some day. Louis Roney

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Page 12 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice The Winter Springs Senior Center offers a vari ety of programs striving to create an environ ment where health, happiness and friendship are key elements in ensuring every visit is a positive experience. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/WSSeniors or call 407-327-6554. Heres what classes are offered this month: Lets paint Our ceramics group meets every Monday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To begin we will be starting with bisque (al ready red clay) and using stains. That way our rst project will not need to be red a second time and we can get our painting skills and steady hand working again. If you are interested please contact Laura at 407327-6554. Scrapbooking We have had many requests regarding scrap booking and we would love to do anything to provide the guidance, place and time for accom plishing this. Tuesday any time between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. is the perfect day to be available to meet. The whole day is available so call Laura at 407-327-6554 if this tickles your fancy. Line Dancing Monday and Thursday morning you will nd our line dancers moving to the music all in unison. Once you see the fun they are having youll want to join in. Yoga Have you ever felt that yoga is something that is just too much for you to try to do, afraid that getting up and down off the oor will be im possible? Well all that has changed we of fer Chair Yoga and it comes along with all the benets of traditional Yoga. Come in on Friday mornings and check it out. Tai Chi Balance and movement are targeted. Jazzercise Looking for a good high intensity work out? You have found the right place, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 p.m. Bingo Bingo is Wednesdays, Fridays and the last Sun day of each month. Packets are $4, $6 and $8. On Wednesdays we also offer a full menu catered lunch for $5. Lunch is served at 11:45 a.m. followed at 1 p.m. by Bingo. Friday we have hot dogs and chips available for $1.25. Sunday lunch is served at 1 p.m., cost is $4 and Bingo follows. Computer Classes Know a little? Know a lot? Need to learn some thing new? You can on Tuesday and Thursday mornings in our com puter class. You will be able to work one-on-one with one of our instructors who will guide you through the confusing world of computers. Game Room If pool is your game, we have the room! Bridge Bridge has always been a standard on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so if you need your bridge x please join the game. Art Meeting If painting or drawing is your thing, then join the Art Meeting every Monday afternoon. Here you are offered a quiet, lighted environment and the friendship of those who share your interest in arts. Lunch Wednesday and Sunday lunches are $5 for a fabulous meal. Please contact Susie or Laura at 407-327-6554 to make your reservations. It is requested that you call the day prior to ensure we have a meal prepared for you. 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Page 13 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice ATHLET I CS A 14-game unbeaten streak was Springs Bears on March 20, and The Bears baseball team hadnt lost a game all season heading into their showdown seen two losses all season, both The game was a pitchers duel closer Riley Baird to hold the Bears to zero earned runs while they struck out nearly two bat ters per inning. Winter Springs also had a can non on the mound with starter Jon Sandfort, who blew through run, striking out a batter per in ning in the process. But errors and walks proved costly for both teams, as they left the door open for a trio of unearned runs that decided the game. ell at 7 p.m. March 30, then host Lyman at 7 p.m. on April 2. p.m. on April 3, then a rematch at Winter Springs at 7 p.m. on April 4. Lions look to regroup A string of narrow losses for the Oviedo Lions baseball team may have set them back, but theyre month of the regular season. Tough games against Win ter Springs, Merritt Island and Dr. Phillips put the Lions on a downward swing after they had headed into mid-March on a long winning streak. Two losses that may have stung the most were both onerun games. Against Merritt Is land March 19 they fell 2-1 in a game that stayed close through out. Then the next day the Lions traveled to Dr. Phillips, where they suffered a 1-0 heartbreaker after a brilliant pitching perfor mance kept them close the entire game. Run production has rarely been a problem in the Lions' wins this season, but against strong pitching, their bats have suffered. Theyll be looking to regroup at home against Rock ledge on April 2, batter up at 7 p.m. college careers ended in a devastating blowout on The Knights struggled early in the game to keep pace with Drexel's strong shooting, which ing up 37-24 by the half. But in the second half the Knights tried to mount an early comeback, outscoring the Drag Knights in scoring with 12 points, with Marcus Jordan and Isaiah Sykes close behind with 7 each. About halfway into the second period the turnovers turned the momentum back into the Dragons' favor for the remainder of the game. Over the course of the last 10 minutes the Drag ons would extend the scoring gap to nearly 30 points, with the Knights never able to regroup. The loss means the end of the season for the tournament appearance with a 0-1 record. For se the end of an era, as both had played prominent roles on the court. Rompza ended the game with two rebounds. THIS WEEK in sports history March 31, 1975 The University of Southern California (UCLA) Bruins basketball team wins its 10th NCAA championship title under coach John Wooden. Following the game, in which UCLA defeated the University of Kentucky, Wooden announced his retirement. Fresh Fruit Vine Ripe Tomatoes Vegetables Thomas Produce110 Geneva Dr., Oviedo (Across from Ace Hardware) Get Healthy From the Inside Out! Knights fall in NIT After a determined run in the postseason, the UCF mens basketball team fell to Drexel University Huskies snap Bears streak ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICE Seniors A.J. Rompza, above, and P.J. Gaynor wrapped up their college athletics careers on March 14.

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Page 14 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice VO I CES Young Voices We would love to hear your from Young Call 407-563-7026 or e-mail editor@observernewspapers.com to have The Voice visit your class or group. Voices! THIS WEEK in political history April 2, 1917 Jeannette Pickering Rankin, the first woman ever elected to Congress, takes her seat in the U.S. Capitol as a representative from Montana. The same day, President Woodrow Wilson urged a declaration of war against Germany. Rankin was one of 50 repre sentatives who voted against the declaration. Heres what kids at Central Winds Park in Winter Springs had to say about their Spring Break plans. Im going to spend time with my grand parents and my friends. My grand parents live here part time and the other time in Wisconsin and Italy. It will be fun to go swimming in their pool. Michela O. 11 years old During Spring Break Ill be playing in a baseball tournament. I play shortstop and my team is called the Rangers well play five games that week. Ill play video games too. I go to Keeth Elementary. Jake D. 10 years old Im looking forward to swimming at my grandparents house and visiting with them. Ill play in baseball games, play with my friends and maybe go to the mov ies too. Im in sixth grade at Lake Forest. Brendan H. 11 years old Over Spring Break Ill play with my friends and ride my bike in our neighborhood. It will be fun to not be in school. Im also going to play with my iPod and play with our cat Lovey. Im in second grade. Kaia D. 8 years old Im on the Crushers softball team and Im in second grade at Layer Elementary. Im not sure exactly what Im going to be doing during Spring Break. I would like to play with Monster High dolls. Tori B. 8 years old EMPLOYMENT Ask Sandi Sandi Vidal is the executive director for Christian HELP and the Central Florida Employment Council, with more than 10 years of recruiting and human resources experience. Please send questions about employment by fax 407-260-2949 sandi@christianhelp.org or mail Ask Sandi C/O Christian HELP, 450 Seminola Blvd., Casselberry, FL 32707. TALK T O SANDI > Lately there has been a lot of chatter about employers asking for passwords for your social media. Is this an invasion of privacy? Should they be asking for such personal information? In my opinion it opens a can of worms that as an employer I am not comfortable with, and as a job seeker I would put my foot down and say no to. Employers could be opening them selves up to discrimination charges because they can access information they shouldn't ask in an interview. My Face book page shows my kids, my family, my religious views and sometimes my political views. I talked about my car ac cident, which could be an ADA issue for some. I keep my settings private. I would not share my password with anyone except maybe my husband. would an employer need my password to make a hiring decision? That being said, I highly suggest you remember that what you put on the Internet stays on the Internet. Employ information about you. Be careful what you post and who tags you. I would love to hear your stories about what employers are asking for from you. Whats on the web stays there Standing on dangerous ground and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, a police dispatcher told him to stand his ground, but he said it in a different way. Are you following him? the Sanford dispatcher asked. OK we dont need you to do that. Zimmerman later admitted to police that he shot the teen in self-defense. self-defense law, police didnt arrest him, ostensibly accepting his claim and setting a potentially catastrophic precedent in the process. In this case, based on witness accounts and recorded calls to police, Zimmerman did everything but stand his ground until the very last moment. Zimmermans breathing already sounds labored during the phone call to police, placed during halftime of the NBA to become exasperated based upon what he thinks will happen: that Martin, who Zimmerman is following in his SUV, is about to commit a crime, any crime. Martin, who had his sweatshirt hood pulled over his head as he walked home from a Sanford convenience store during a rainstorm, looked suspicious, Zimmerman been a recent string of break-ins in his neighborhood, a claim he made in many of the about 45 calls to police hed made in the past year, according to a report by the have convicted Martin of a crime while he walked down the sidewalk. These a**holes, they always get away, Zimmerman said during the call. Then at 2 minutes, 21 seconds into the call, he seems to say a racial slur, though the Based upon Zimmermans words and demeanor during the call, he had no inten to follow Martin in his SUV, eventually that he would claim was in self-defense. A 16-year-old friend spoke with Martin on the phone seconds before Martin was shot to death. During that call, Martin tells his friend that hes being followed, and she tells him that he should run away, the feared for my life story, much less that police accepted it and let him go. Zim merman was in an SUV for much of his pursuit; Martin was on foot. Zimmerman outweighed Martin by 100 pounds. Zim merman was armed with a semiautomatic handgun; Martin had candy and iced tea. he believed Martin might have killed him if he didnt shoot him. The law hes standing behind, passed in 2005, allows Floridians to kill someone in self-defense, even outside of their own home, if they feel threatened with death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony. It also says that the law is only applica ble if the person who kills in self-defense was not committing a crime at the time. If Zimmerman brandished a gun or threatened Martin in any way before a An assault, by Florida law, is an inten tional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act that creates a wellfounded fear in such other person that such violence is imminent. that a grand jury will investigate the case. The U.S. Department of Justice will also review the case. In the mean time, investigators are poring over evidence to determine whether all of it was taken into account and whether Sanford police tam pered with witness statements that would have contradicted Zimmermans account of the shooting. Absent enough evidence to contradict his statements, Zimmerman could walk away unscathed. The Sanford police appear to have already made that judg the magnitude of the potential crime involved, that level of callousness is terrifying. Thanks to a more thorough in vestigation, were about to discover what standing your ground really means in Florida. And if Zimmerman walks away free, well have the perfect blueprint for blaming the dead. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. OVER-REGULA T ED MARKE T S WHY DONT T HEY LE T T HE NEIGHBORHOOD DECIDE T HIS IS SUPPOSED T O BE A DEMOCRACY AF T ER ALL LE T T HE NEIGHBORHOOD VO T E ON I T. LEE ONIDAS Heres what readers on Seminole V oice.com are saying about this issues article No room for rooming houses on the front page: THE CI T Y OF OVIEDO NEEDS T O REVAMP T HEIR FEES IF T HE SPECIAL EXCEP T ION ORDER DOES NO T APPLY T O T HIS CASE T HESE YOUNG MEN ARE T HE EXCEP T ION. WHY T AKE T HE $$$ IF YOU HAVE NO IN T EN T ION OF GRAN T ING T HE EXCEP T ION? LYNNE THOMPSON DOXEY JUS T BOARD UP T HE WINDOWS AND LEAVE T HE GRASS UNMOWED, I GUESS T HA T'S HOW T HEY WOULD RA T HER HAVE I T. HUGH MORGAN Staff Opinion

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Free! www.SeminoleVoice.com March 30 April 12, 2012 USPS 008-093 Publisher statement on page 2. Whats goin on?INDEX Food Truck Crazy is bringing Food Truck Wars to Orlando. at each other or sabotaging the soup, but there will be plenty of trucks roll into Oviedo on Satur day, March 31. state will be vying for awards in will go to the truck that gets the have developed quite the fol of town trucks will have to work win this category. In the Chef-Off, trucks will present their best dishes to a panel of six judges, including and the Rosen College of Hospigets bragging rights until next year. easiest category to win. The rules cious and sell a lot of it. The truck A couple of local trucks will the Most Fun Food Truck Ap of Central Florida students last fall, they had no idea they were doing anything wrong. their lease, at the end of August, unrelated people could live in living in the city of Oviedo. Kingsbridge East neighborhood in 2003. Celery Stalks . ........................................... 4 Stetsons Corner . ...................................... 4 Interests . .................................................. 5 Calendar . .................................................. 7 Athletics . ................................................ 13 Ask Sandi . .............................................. 14 Young Voices . ......................................... 14 Classifieds . ............................................. 15 Calendar > 7Enjoy live music, face painting, tractor rides and antique vehicles at Genevas Founders Day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. When Zeus is abducted into the underworld by Ares and Hades, Perseus must fight to save him. Opening this week: Wrath of the TitansA 14-game win streak snaps for Winter SpringsAthletics > 13 Family > 6Oviedo, Winter Springs cops compete for Kids House Altamonte family raises funds for muscular dystrophyInterests > 5No room for rooming housesCity Council sets precedent, denies request for rooming house for UCF students in Oviedo SARAH WILsSON The Voice PHOt T O BY IsSAAC BABCOCK t THE v V OICE This OOviedo homes owners and some neighboring residents say theyd rather see the dwelling occupied than empty. Please see HOUsSE on page 2 Food Truck Wars kicks off at noon on Saturday, March 31, and runs until 6 p.m. in the parking lot of the Oviedo Mall. Forty trucks compete for your votes in ve categories, to see who will come out ahead. Food trucks battle, fans benet AALLIsSON OOLCsSVAY The Voice PHOt T O BY AALLIsSON OOLCsSVAY t THE v V OICE Doug Johnson, owner of the C Cafe C Cocoa Mo food truck, is gearing up for the inaugural Food Truck Wars competition at the OOviedo Mall on March 31. Please see tTRUCKsS on page 3Bush runs for state House IsISAAC BBABCOCK The VoiceThe race for a new Florida House of Representatives seat has a new ished his third paperwork last week to run for the pro 28 seat, which would cover nole County. think he could serve the public bet ter at the state level. It started with decisions affecting schools, which Please see BUsSH on page 3 John Bush

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Page 2 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice THIS WEEK February, the Hoopers are being er with three or fewer renters or the city says Oviedo should house None, he says, have passed. They thought that situation and process that would rezone the On Feb. 20 their application was presented in front of the Oviedo City Council, with two of the residents and the property April. There have been absolutely no it could set for the future, enacting ers until the property was back in code, beginning on Feb. 22. Our residents expect us to keep that distance between us and questioning what, if not their situation, would be considered a spe What would you rather have, dead lawns and un-kept houses or up-kept houses with college ants, Matthew Gruda, said. sons to live elsewhere. Rezoning partner for the city of Oviedo, it neighborhoods overrun with col lege students. and cul-de-sacs, not frat houses he was charging the six students Jennifer Acevedo, who has she was not aware the code in question existed, and that anoth neighborhood look any better. Gayle Elliott, a neighbor in house on her street either, if the property falls into foreclosure, but that she understands the prec edent of the issue. away but the rules are the rules ThHIsS week WEEK in history April 1, 1700 English pranksters begin popularizing the annual tradition of playing April Fools jokes. In keeping with the fun in 1957, the BBC reported that Swiss farmers were experiencing a record spaghetti crop and showed footage of people harvesting noodles from trees. Published Friday, March 30, 2012PUBLISHER Tracy Craft, 407-515-2605 tcraft@observernewspapers.com ASSOCIATE EDITORen IIsaac Babcock 407-563-7023en isaacb@observernewspapers.com MANAGING EDITORen Jenny Andreasson, 407-563-7026en editor@observernewspapers.com DESIGNERen Jonathan Gallagher, 407-563-7054en jgallagher@observernewspapers.com CLASSIFIEDS LISTINGS classieds@observernewspapers.com pP hone 407-563-7000 SeminoleVoice.com fF ax 407-563-7099 Volume 22 Issue No. 12 The Seminole Voice is published twice a month by Community Media Holdings, LLC. USPS #008-093 Periodicals postage is paid at Oviedo, Fla. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Seminole Voice, P.O. Box 2426, Winter Park, FL 32790 REPORTER Karen McEnany-Phillipsen kphillips@observernewspapers.comSUBSCRIPTIONS/CIRCULATION Amanda Rayno 407-563-7073 arayno@golfweek.com COPY EDITOR Sarah Wilson COLUMNISTS Janet Foley of Oviedo 407-365-6859 celerystalks@att.net INTERN Allison Olcsvay Sandi Vidal of Casselberryen sandi@christianhelp.org Tom Carey of Oviedoen sundewgardens@gmail.com ADVERTISING SALES Linda Stern, 407-376-2434 LStern@observernewspapers. com hoHOUseSE | Mayor says people moved to Oviedo for its family-oriented feel, not for neighbor college students CC OONTIINUEED FRO OM frFR OntNT pP AGE PHOt T O BY IsSAAC BABCOCK t THE v V OICE LL ynne Doxey pleads her case to allow students to continue renting an O Oviedo home until the end of the semester at an OOviedo CCity CCouncil meeting on Feb. 20. Church cheers 100 years of community PHOt T OS BY IsSAAC BABCOCK t THE v V OICE St. L Lukes L Lutheran C Church of O Oviedos 100th A Anniversary C Celebration kicked off at the church on March 11 with a full day of festivities. Twice over the years, the congregation outgrew its home and built larger, more modern facilities.

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Page 3 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice er Robert Miller agreed, saying he got to experience new on education could be helpful at the state level. that change, he said. I also could never get the state to tell us anything. with the state, you should be in the district talking to pearance award, which will go to truck to do well. The biggest event, literally, will be sion of their specialty, whether it be a giant cupcake, bowl of shredded pork prizes, the real winners are the fans this latest evolution of the food truck trend. regular and Oviedo resident Cynthia Anaston. We always have a great gathering. I had a chance to say hello to when designing the gatherings. One of the ways we got to know each inspiration. I had hoped it would be a way and socialize with friends, try new things and still be together." overdose of kitsch, all in good taste, of course. Just past all that faade though, treasures await the epicurious adven turer. Mi Casita, was 10 deep for good rea son. said that eating there was just like eat Their newly decorated truck indeed looks like a little house where six grandchildren, when they can get Many food trucks began as rolling can say they began as a coffee shop, That distinction goes to Caf Cocoa weather and to bring a taste of the Northwest coffee tradition to Florida. because Sno-Awlins is serving up back to Mardi Gras. It starts as a pristine block of ice, created special for this purpose. Then in an authentic New Orleans ice shav snow. Shaped into a ball, with a gen current offerings are any preview. In addition to the food trucks, there the auction and garden will go to the organizations. body. bBUshSH | Schools at the forefront CC OONTIINUEED FRO OM frFR OntNT pP AGE trTR UcksCKS | Organizer says food events let neighbors, families socialize CC OONTIINUEED FRO OM frFR OntNT pP AGE Everyone said that eating there was just like eating at home, only better. Kleber Sanchez of Mi Casita Keiths Keiths Hospital Keiths HospitalFrom 24-hour emergencies and specialized cancer care to women's imaging services, we care for your entire community. But when you walk through our doors, our attention shis to you. We become more than South Seminole Hospital.Everything we do starts with you.We become Call 321.8HEALTH (321.843.2584) to learn more about specialists and services, or visit southseminolehospital.com 11ORS047_SSH_SEMINOLE_VOICE_MARCH30_PRESS.pdf 1 3/26/12 3:03 PM

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Page 4 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice Spring arrived on Tuesday, paying attention to our gardens and plants, while thinking about ing process of overgrown garden looks like a disaster area, all will uncover the new pineapples that are beginning to get ripe for picking. I found two goodies so yard. The pineapples are sweet and juicy, and you can replant goodies, old favorites and new additions. Founders Day FunAlso on March 31, the Geneva the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E. Main Street, in Geneva. There New Meeting PlaceOviedo Mall is proud to share space, especially for the purpose training sessions, is an added Mall and a key to its service of Charity Plant Sale Oviedo Garden Club will host its High School. The plant sale has been a tradition of the club for in their own greenhouses and Taste of OviedoThe Taste of Oviedo will be held the 18th annual Taste celebration and features local food, vendors, activities. The Oviedo Preservation Project will host a citrus and celery cook-off for the best Garage Sale King St., in Oviedo, between Oviedo High School and the prior to the event at the club Famous Recipes Club held its annual Tasting cookbooks. One of the local sponsors, the Town House Restaurant and attended the luncheon and April, the Town House will feais donating a portion of the proceeds to our club. If you go to the Town House website or Facebook page they have posted A thought "There is only one difference between a long life and a good dinner; that, in the dinner, the March goes out like a lion with celebration at The Rural Heritage Center at First and Main on Saturday, March 31. This free event Barbeque, artists and cupcake contests showcasing honey, local produce and arts and crafts. Kids will love the tractor rides, face painting and cupcake-eating contest. Save participated in this event and dollars to support your local vendrawing and help the fundraising efforts of the RHC, which is run exclusively by dedicated volunteers. Consider buying a brick to Square, a Geneva T-shirt or an ship.Learning still thrives at RHC connections to our rural traditions. Step inside the Geneva and appreciate the sunlight dows on the polished hardwood visit the restored Rural Heritage The Rural Heritage Center regularly hosts a wide variety onstrations on topics related to rural traditions. Square dancing, be taught and experienced. If you have an idea for a class or are looking for a place to hold a private event, check it out. Call Community garage sale and visit this lovely neighbor Car wash and Corn Hole fundraisersThe All Around Geneva Relay Sanford at The Frosty Mug on cancer with fun that includes prizes and a contest that begins at And on Saturday, March 31, leave your dirty car or truck at odist Church is washing cars to things in our lives. Our gardens witness this direct return on our not produce our expected bounty. with water, known as the poor dividend. As spring days get longer and potential for productivity soars quantities of irrigation, usually suggested at one inch each week, plicity ends when establishing transplants and directly seeded with our irrigation water. The ratio of the size of plants to their result in required daily attention. Carrots ready for harvest can develop soft rotten spots if exceslayers of the soil. Most gardens will grow nicely rules for lawns and landscapes are followed. Overhead sprinhose bibb set for a schedule or routine stable. Hand water new crops by allowing a shallow pool to puddle and settle the soil particles around the seeds and transplants. strict harsh conditions delivered by winds and sun. Follow up on plants are established, with their This rooting routine helps tiny carrot seeds begin their journey. doubles their individual soil-protecting effectiveness and restricts bucket with a few eighth-inch dash of liquid fertilizer into the of rain collected over the acreage of our roofs is stunning. Find alternatives to using drinking water for irrigation by catching our increasingly sporadic rainfall. We have all the resources neces160 East Broadway PO Box 622143 Oviedo, FL 32765 Phone: (407) 365-3722 Fax: (407) 365-7786 www.signman.net (Located at the base of the Nelson & Co. water tower) Tom Carey SundewGardens@gmail.comHomegrown always tastes better. Experience homegrown gardening: A mere sip of waterFun-tastic Founders DaySpring is here Tom Carey GARDENFrom my to yoursTom Carey is the owner of Sundew Gardens, a you-pick gardening business in Oviedo. Visit the Sundew Gardens Facebook page.WHO ISCAREY > Stetsons Corner By Karen McEnany-Phillips Please share your thoughts about Geneva at 407-221-7002 kphillips@observernewspapers.com with Stetsons Corner in the subject line, or fax 407-349-2800 Thanks! This column is dedicated to Deputy Sheriff Gene Stetson Gregory, killed in the line of duty on July / 8, 1998. Geneva will never be the same because of Deputy Gregory it will be better.TALK tT O KAREN > CELERYBy Janet Foley theBetweenStalksSend word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing celerystalks@att.netTALK tT O JANET >

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Page 5 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice INTERESTS Jace Pitre is probably one of the sweetest 2-year-olds youll ever meet. No matter what hes do ing, be it curiously going after a bit of paper his mom has left in his reach, petting his puppies or holding on to his favorite little yellow Frisbee, if he catches your eye the one thing you can count on him doing is offering up the biggest smile he can. For Jace, who has an undiag nosed muscle disease, this is the best way he can communicate and interact with the world around him. While he is 2 years old, his muscles arent strong enough to let him jet around the house, hop on a swing in the park or work on form words yet. If you ask his mom how hes like any other kid his age, shell movement is limited to wiggling new skill hes learned and mis chievously and happily roll to and his speaking skills are mostly coos. Physically and mentally, he seems more like a baby than a toddler. and her boyfriend, James Pitre, experienced a completely normal pregnancy. But one month after Jace was born, they noticed he was favoring his left side and his head which is shortening of the neck muscles, and hypotonia, a lack of ter test, but nothing has come up positive, and the family doesnt are like muscular dystrophy, but he doesnt have that disease. vares and Pitre have learned to cope and move forward so they can help Jace be the best he can be. I never thought this would happen, but its a road that were traveling and I dont have a problem traveling down it, Pitre said. I see a light at the end of the tun nel. Two years ago we looked at our son and our life and we said, want perfect, everybody wants perfect and now I look at my son two years later and I real ized he is perfect; if anything hes opened up our eyes to what a real problem is and to what real true kindness is.Seeing kindness kindness of strangers. People theyve never met have sent sup plies and money to help Jace only because the family expressed need. Now the Altamonte Springs family is participating in the MDA Muscle Walk, which will be held they did it to give just a little back, how big her role would get. Team Jace and the Jollyhoppers are in with $3,921 as of March 20. For their family, this experience has been one that has changed their lives. Its put a little control back in their hands to make a differ ence, and to help Jace and others like him. It brought motivation to our said. All the money raised will go to It will buy wheelchairs and send kids to a special camp. While Jace cant wait for the time Jace can go to a summer camp made for him. Walk organizer Brandi Rice said Team Jace has inspired oth ers to work harder. It means everything to these families, Rice said. Help from studentsJace has also received help from some college students. Liani Steenekamp, Jaces occupational therapist and Keiser University instructor, has had her students create a piece of equipment to help him get in the crawling posi grown out of it, but Steenekamp plans to have her students build more learning and therapy tools for Jace. Steenekamp is also his occu pational therapist and has helped him learn to hold his head up and gain strength in his core. She said Jace works so hard at therapy with breathing will shorten and hell make noises because of his efforts. hope for her son. That want to do things makes all of the difference, she said. And even though it may not seem like much, the progress Jace has made is a serious achieve ment. A little step is actually a big thing for him, Steenekamp said. And all this help couldnt be more important to their family. Jace only gets about four hours of what he needs and many kids get. But they just dont have the money, and insurance only pays so much. This is the battle that we She lives her life for Jace, but she hopes for a time when he can get better, and she doesnt have to think and move and worry for him every moment of his life, when she can go back to school to be a nurse. She gets sad some times, but when she looks at Jace, it changes everything. If he is this happy, I dont have a right to be sad. ThHIsS WEEK in human history April 7, 1891 American showman Phineas Taylor Barnum dies in Bridgeport, Conn. The 81-year-old showmans sense of humor never deserted him. He requested that a New York newspaper run his obituary before he died so he could enjoy reading it, and the paper obliged. MUSIC for NEWBORNS KINDERGARTEN & the adults who love them.Free Sample ClassesAvailable: March 20 24Winter Park Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Thursday 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Thursday 6:30 p.m. Mixed Ages Casselberry Wednesday :30 a.m. Mixed Oviedo Friday, 9:30 a.m. Mixed Ages Saturday 9:30 a.m. Mixed AgesR.S.V.P. 407-844-4414seminolemusictogether@gmail.com WWW.SEMINOLEMUSICTOGETHER.COM Spring classes begin April 9th The MDA Muscle Walk is 8 a.m. Saturday, March 31, at Lake Lily Park in Maitland. For more information and to sign up, scan the QR code with your smart phone or visit tinyurl.com/ MDAmusclewalklakelily. To help Team Jace and the Jollyhoppers click on their team name. Anyone is welcome to join the Jollyhoppers team on the walk.Hoping for acureWhile an Altamonte Springs couple hopes to get a diagnosis for their son, they raise money for the MDA Muscle Walk on March 31 in MaitlandBRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice PHOt T O BY ISAAC bBAbBCOCK t THE v V OICE Courtney Gavares and her 2-year-old son, Jace Pitre, laugh at a fundraising event March 18. He has an undiagnosed muscle disease.

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Page 6 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice FamilyCalendar Tracie Rouse never thought she would be able to seek out help for out he was sexually abused when he was 3. Im a single parent, so I didnt have anybody to turn to, Rouse said. I didnt know what to do. Rouse found refuge in Kids organization that aids child abuse victims and families by provid ing coordinated services in a safe, from the initial report and inves tigation through treatment and resolution. lutely phenomenal, Rouse said. They were instrumental in getting me and my son help we needed. tor of Development Marcie Dearth said having all of the different ser vices needed for an abuse case in one place allows them to respond to any case, at any time. Kids assistant, a full-time pediatric nurse practitioner, and part-time pediatrician on staff at all times. They, like the rest of staff, re spond 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, Dearth said. So although we, generally speaking, do oper ate under regular business hours, child abuse occurs at all hours of the day, and we are responsive immediately. Fundraisers such as the 4th of Seminole to raise the money needed to continue these services. Winter Springs and Oviedo police departments will compete football fundraiser on March 31 a day of fun and funds that will give back to community. organization that we could raise money for We work with them every day, and this is our way to give back, Winter Springs Police Sgt. Nick Romano said. Their services are instrumental in keeping our community safe. Ninety percent of abuse to chil dren is perpetrated by someone they know, and as many as one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before the age ing cause of death in children un der the age of 4.  From 2010-2011, 4,369 reports were called into the abuse hotline ents. Twenty-three percent of these abuse, 39 percent sexual abuse, 21 percent neglect and 30 percent were other kinds of abuse. each year to reach out and meet the needs of the community. The has grown from a staff of one, with a budget of $18,000, to a staff of 30, and a budget of about $2.2 million, Dearth said. Oviedo Police Lt. Adam Egert more than $10,000 last year, and this year the goal is the same, if not more. The event invites the public to come and give back to an organi zation that helps the communitys youngest victims: children. We just want to help out a lo cal charity that really helps out us as law enforcement a lot, Egert said. Theyre a great advocacy center for kids They take a lot of the stressful part of the job off our shoulders, especially when chil dren are the victims. Oviedo VISION Center 875 Clark Street,Suite A Oviedo, FL 32765 www.OviedoVision.com 407.366.7655 Dr. Gary D. McDonald and Dr. Jason R. Wallace Optometric PhysiciansFashion Frames Custom Contact Fittings Eye Exams for All Ages Designer & Rx Sunglasses Treatment of Red Eyes Treatment of Infections & Glaucoma In-House Optical Lab Surgery Co-Management KKRISTY VICKERY The Voice PHOt T O BY ISAAC bBAbBCOCK t THE v V OICE KKids H House of S Seminole helps child abuse victims and families by providing coordinated care in a safe, child-friendly place, including examination rooms lled with murals and stuffed animals to make them more comforting than austere. The 4th Annual Cops for Kids House Flag Football Game will be held on March 31, at Oviedo High School. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and kickoff starts at 12:15 p.m. There will be face painting, a rafe, bounce house and many more activities for kids. Admission is $7 and includes lunch. Visit kidshouse.org Playing ball for kids Seminole State College of Florida will host College 101: E Experience Seminole State, on Friday, March 30. The event is open to any high school senior who is interested in Seminole State. It will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visit seminolestate. edu/future-students/college-101/ index.php. More than 50 distinguished local and national authors whose works are featured in libraries and classrooms across the coun try will speak at the third annual UCF Book Festival on Saturday, March 31. The festival is open to the public and will be held at the UCF Arena from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Admission and parking will be free.  Visit bookfestival.ucf.edu or the events Twitter, @UCFBook Festival. The 4th Annual Cops for K Kids Flag Football Game to benet Kids House of Seminole will be held at Oviedo High School, with kickoff at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. To purchase tickets in advance, contact 407-324-3036, ext. 237, or dearth@kidshouse. org. Tuskawilla United Methodist Church is hosting a community yard sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, at 3925 Red Bug Lake Road, in Casselberry. The community is invited to buy or sell. Sellers can set up from 6 to 8 a.m. Contact dwhendrickson61@ c.rr.com for additional informa tion. The Artistic Hand has new teen/ adult and kid classes. The up coming teen/adult classes are of fered in pottery, painting, drawing and jewelry making. These classes start the week of April 2. The up coming kids classes are pottery, throwing on the wheel, painting and drawing. These classes start the week of April 16. UCF Student Research W W eek, from April 2-5 in the Student Union, celebrates the best of UCF students research and creative projects. All events are free and open to the public. On-campus parking is $5. For more information and a complete schedule of events, please visit researchweek. ucf.edu. The Planetarium at Seminole State College of Florida will explore the past, present and future of space exploration with a new full-dome show, The Final Frontier, from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on April 7, 21 and 28. Visit seminolestate.edu/ planet or call 407-708-2360. Join Seminole County Natural Lands Program for guided hikes and programs throughout the county. Its $3 per person. Call 407-349-0959 to register. Up coming events are: April 7: Nocturnal Animals 7:30 9:30 p.m. @ Chuluota Wilderness AreaEmail calendar submissions to editor@observernewspapers.com

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Page 7 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice MARCH 31 Genevas Founders Day is Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 31. Its free. Enter tainment includes music, a 50/50 drawing, face painting, tractor rides, youth and adult performance and an tique vehicles. Vendors will be offer ing produce, honey, arts and crafts, and other goods. Booths are $10. Call 407-792-0758 or email ruralheritage@gmail.com. Food Truck W W ars is from noon to 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, in the Oviedo Mall parking lot, featuring 40 trucks from across the state for this rst ever event. There will also be a beer garden, live music and a silent auction. Visit FoodTruckWars.com Heathrow Womens Club is hosting its annual fundraising gala at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 31, at the Heathrow Country Club. The theme is Noche de Flamenco. In addition to dinner, dancing and a silent auc tion, the well-known Flamenco de Sol Dance Company will perform. Tickets are $100 per person. Call 407-8041860. Join Goldenrule Housing for their free rst-time homebuyer workshop. They can help you to qualify for mort gage and down payment assistance. To receive the down payment assis tance you must attend. The next class is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 31. You must register in advance. No walk-ins. Call 407-878-3759. Enjoy a day lled with music, Indian dances, games, shopping and fun at the Festival of I India   from 11a.m. to 6 p.m.  on Saturday, March 31. Stalls include jewelry, clothes, saris, henna tattoos, handicrafts and food from different regions of India.  The event will be at the HSCF Community Hall, 1994 Lake Drive, in Casselberry. Entry is free,  and parking is $5. Call 407-699-5277. APRIIL 1 The University of Central Florida Librar ies will host an exhibit by internation ally known artist, Dr. Walter Gaudnek, throughout the month of April, in the main campus library in Orlando. The exhibit, Rolling Art: From 4 W Wheels to No W Wheels, will include pieces from the artists personal collection as well as a sampling of the collected works from the UCF Libraries Special Collections. An opening reception will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 2, in Room 223. Call Meg Scharf at 407823-2564 for information.   Join the Community United Methodist Church for Holy W W eek activities April 1, 5 and 8 at 4921 S. Highway 17-92, in Casselberry, just north of Highway 436. Call 407-831-3777 for informa tion. Visit casselberrychurch.org. Life Community Church is host ing EEaster W W eek activities at 395 Tuskawilla Road, in Winter Springs. Call 407-365-6363 or visit lcconline. org for more information. April 4, at 7 p.m. -Scripture Readings and Hymns April 6, at 7 p.m. Good Friday Communion and Prayer Service April 7, at noon Community Wide Easter Egg Hunt and Picnic April 8, at 10 a.m. Easter Cel ebration & Worship Service APRIIL 5 Get Healthy Orlando is hosting a free event New Solutions to Fibromy algia at 6:30 p.m. on April 5, at the Casselberry Public Library, 215 N. Oxford Road. RSVP by calling 407588-7543 or go to gethealthyorlando. com. Seating is limited. APRIIL 10 Heathrow Womens Club will meet at 11 a.m. on April 10 at the Heathrow Country Club for a luncheon with guest speaker, Dr. Connie Lester, a professor of history at UCF.  Lester will provide a new perspective on the Civil War by introducing the diaries of Lucy Virginia French, an independentminded, southern woman. Register at heathrowwomensclub.com by April 5. Tickets are $21. APRIIL 12 Learn healthy stir-fry tips and techniques from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12. Classes will be held at the Seminole County Extension Services kitchen, 250 W. County Home Road, in Sanford. Class size is limited. Call 407-665-5560 to register. Each class is $10, payable in advance. Downtown Sanfords Alive After 5 Seafood Shindig is from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 12. Enjoy food and beverage samples, live music, art and community businesses for $7 per person. For information contact the Historic Sanford Welcome Center at 407-302-2586, info@sanfordwelcomecenter.com, or visit us at 230 E. First St. in downtown Sanford. APRIIL 15 The Hindu Society of Central Florida hosts their Community Health Fair Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 15 at the HSCF Community Hall, 1994 Lake Drive, in Casselberry. Its free and includes a consultation with an internist or cardiologist, testing for blood sugar, cholesterol, vision and hearing with ECG and ECHO test ing for those eligible. Call 407-6995277.Calendar So this is our commitment to you. 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Taste of OviedoThe 18th Annual Taste of Ovie do  is from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, at the Oviedo Mall, 1700 Oviedo Mall Blvd.  The event will feature food, vendors, businesses, childrens activities as well as great entertainment. Its free. More info at TasteofOviedo.org.

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Page 8 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice 18-year employee honored In a celebration held at Lyman High on March 15, George Beasley was named the 2012 School-Related Employee of the Year for Semi nole County. A custodian and plant manager at Seminole High School in Sanford, Mr. Beasley has worked his entire 18 years with the district at Seminole High School. 50th anniversary plannedOviedo High School is planning a 50th celebra tion of their football eld and are looking for coaches, football players and cheerleaders from the inaugural 1962 teams and their families. Please contact Angie Williford at 407-320-4023 or Patty Blake at 407-320-4136.Bush announces House runJohn F. Bush the former three-term mayor of Winter Springs, longtime leader in local Republican politics and veteran educator announced his candidacy March 16 for the Florida House of Representatives in the new district that will result from the recent statewide redistricting, combining areas from both the former District 33 and District 34. Visit johnbushforstaterep. comCommunity Police Academy openThe Oviedo Police department is now accept ing applications for the 2012 Community Police Academy (CPA). The CPA participants meet every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., for 11 weeks. Classes begin April 10. The CPA is free however seating is limited and on a rst-come basis. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and pass a limited background investiga tion. Visit www.CityOfOviedo.netSchool news Free school suppliesSeminole County-based Dixon Ticonderoga Co., supplier of writing and art supplies including Prang Art Markers, kicked off the nationwide program Prang Power on March 9, allow ing schools to receive free supplies in exchange for UPC labels from any Dixon-family product. Teachers can register on www.PrangPower. com.  Timothy M. Gomez, Dixon Ticonderogas CEO, also announced plans to donate up to $150,000 through Prang Power to the Kids In Need Foundation. The nonprot organization provides free school supplies to students in need.Seminole gets an AFor the third year in a row the Seminole County Public Schools website has been awarded an A Transparency Grade on Sunshine Reviews Transparency Checklist. Only 214 of the more than 6,000 government websites ranked by Sun shine Review earned this prestigious award.Player of the weekSeminole State College sophomore Kristie Ho effer was named the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I Softball Player of the Week for March 5-11. She earned the honor based on her remarkable offensive contributions in the Raiders three games at the beginning of March.Biz news Booth space availableThere is still vendor booth space available for the Founders Day Event on March 31 at The Rural Heritage Center located in Geneva. If you would like to have a vendor booth at our event for the small cost of $10, please contact rural heritage@gmail.comNew meeting spaceOviedo Mall is proud to announce their newly designated Community Room. The community room is located across from Pet Rescue by Judy and the soon to be location for Brow Art 23. Email brickeyj@urbanretail.com Theology professor published Dr. Reggie Kidd, professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminarys Orlando campus, has contributed the editorial commen tary  for the Pastoral Epistles (I and II  Timothy and Titus) in  The Baker Illustrated Bible Com mentary  released March 1 by Baker Books. Business of the Year awardedThe Casselberry Chamber of Commerce award ed Tijuana Flats Casselberry location with the 2011 Business  Enterprise of the Year award. The Chamber chose Tijuana Flats because of their active role in the community. The store is owned by Robert Cawthorn. Send submissions to editor@observernewspapers. com Get the look you deserve... Contact us at 4079146445 Were 100% mobile Car Wash & Wax $15* Insured Business For a limited time only. Restrictions ap ply due to size and condition of vehicle. Notes Free dental workCasselberry dentist Dr. Tim Chatterley, of Bright Smiles Dental, helped the residents of Casselberry and surrounding communi ties during these difcult economic times by giving free Emergency Dental Treatment on Friday, Feb. 10. Dr. Chatterleys other events can be found at http://bit.ly/chatterly In February, 1988, Mr. Johnie W. Conley III was elected to our Board of Directors. At the time, we were elated to announce his afliation as a Director. As a fourth generation Floridian, he was dedicated to the prosperity of this region and a successful business executive. But he became much more to each of us at Citizens Bank of Florida. As our industry changed and relationship-based banking became our signature way of doing business, Mr. Conley was front and center in his leadership. He drove us to be better and to see opportunity clearly; to consider new and existing relationships with an eye on providing total nancial solutions. As a result, our prosperity was raised another notch and in the process we recognized a wonderful friend and mentor. For nearly a quarter of a century we enjoyed a mutual friendship with Mr. Conley. He always had a kind word and a warm smile to offer to our staff and customers. We are left to offer condolences to his family and to continue our work in honoring his legacy. Mr. Conley touched many lives in the Oviedo area beyond his family and our bank. From his work with the Oviedo Jaycees, Oviedo City Council and one of the rst founders of the Greater Oviedo Chamber of Commerce to being a Scoutmaster, baseball and football coach, he will long be remembered by generations of friends and neighbors. Collectively, we are all richer for having had the good fortune to cross paths with Mr. Conley. www.mycb.com JOHNIE W. CONLEY, III1935 2012SAYING GOODBYE TO A BELOVED FRIEND AND TRU STED MENTOR IS NEVER EASY.

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Page 9 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice For nearly half a century Louis Roney was known around the world for his operatic voice. After a lifetime spent making music all over the world, Roney entered the March 21. It didnt take much of a movement to see him nominated for the award. The longtime Winter Park resident already had some very powerful friends. Speaking at the resentatives on Jan. 24, Rep. John Mica did all the talking for him. a deep and profound impact on our community, state and nation, Mica said. And that impact was heard around the world, in opera houses as near as Orlando and as far as Faust for Monacos Prince Rainier, tenor in the history of Italys largest opera festival. But while he toured the world serving as an American ambas sador in opera, he said he never forgot his hometown. My memories of Winter Park, having grown up in this little town, which it was when I graduated from grammar school in I spent many happy years here, which I did not forget when I was Roney said. I did not forget it when I was in Europe singing that Winter Park was waiting here for me to come back some day. It was Winter Parks charm that had lured his wife, Joy, into a new home that would soon be the duos base for starting the Orlan (now known as the Orlando Fes tival of Orchestras) and teaching music to local students. when we came down here on our honeymoon she fell in love with it, Roney said. We looked around a bit, and the next day we bought a house on a lake. This would be their home for the rest of their lives, Roney said. They established a scholar taught as distinguished professor of music for 19 years at the Uni he continued to win praise for his voice. On March 12, the accolades kept coming for Roney, who was Day in Winter Park to honor his achievements. As usual, Roneys fame as a singer, actor, writer and teacher preceded him to the podium at If you read his column in the (Winter Park-Maitland) Observer you know hes a very humble man, Winter Park Mayor Ken Bradley said jokingly. Roney has been a columnist for the Voices sister publication The Winter Park-Maitland Observer for 31 years. As he has become so fond of doing, he recounted tales of his life in Winter Park and abroad, its 500 wins as its captain, then on in the Navy. But his most famous achievements soared through op era houses worldwide. Thank you so much for bless ing our city with so many good things, Bradley said. SSENi I OR VOi I CE thrTHRIVE @ 55 andAND bBEyondYOND! Oviedo Antique Mall55 Dealers! New 5,000 square foot antique & collectibles mall in downtown Oviedo.Primitives, furniture, jewelry, lp albums, collectibles, coins, Antiquariam Books, & more Open 7 Days! Limited Dealer Space AvailableKay Halley & other Halleys Antiques dealers are now located at Oviedo Antique Mall OF CENTRAL FLORIDA CELEBRATING OVER 25 YEARS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITYBernard S. Zeffren, MD Eugene F. Schwartz, MD Winnie Whidden, MSN, ARNP-CVoted Best Doctors of Central FL, Orlando Magazine for 7 consecutive yearsDiplomates American Board of Allergy and Immunology Evening Hours Available793 Douglas Ave. Altamonte Springs, FL 32714407-862-5824 2 locations in Seminole County7560 Ste. 2064 407-366-7387www.orlandoallergy.com Hours: M-F 8am to 4:30pm 2315 Lee Road Winter Park, Florida 32789 Your Guiding Beacon for Quality Healthcare Harbour Private Duty Nursing, LLCSkilled Nursing Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Companionship Home Health Aid Homemaking Flexible Schedules Free RN Assessments The Services of Harbour Private Duty Nursing provide peace of mind to loved ones, trust ofcers, guardians and physicians. Our professional team prides itself on making your life easier. We also provide in-hospital private duty care, which offers close, personal attention and reassurance in an unfamiliar and often frightening environment. Our ofce hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Our professional team is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. During hours when the ofce is closed and during the weekends and holidays, the on-call coordinator is available by telephone 24 hours per day.www.HarbourPrivateDutyNursing.com License # 299991382phone (407) 895-8188 fax 407-895-9339 Louis Roney, along with other distinguished Floridians, was honored at the Florida Heritage Month awards on Wednesday, March 21, at the Florida State Conference Center in Tallahassee.Fame comes home for tenor IISAAC BAbBCOCK OObserver Staff PHOt T O BY ISAAC bBAbBCOCK t THE v V OICE Louis Roney, 91, and his wife, Joy Roney, are introduced by Winter Park Mayor Ken Bradley at the Commission meeting on March 12. I spent many happy years here I did not forget it when I was in Europe singing that Winter Park was waiting here for me to come back some day. Louis Roney

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Page 12 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice The Winter Springs Senior Center offers a vari ety of programs striving to create an environ ment where health, happiness and friendship are key elements in ensuring every visit is a positive experience. For more information, visit tinyurl.com/WSSeniors or call 407-327-6554. Heres what classes are offered this month:Lets paintOur ceramics group meets every Monday between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. To begin we will be starting with bisque (al ready red clay) and using stains. That way our rst project will not need to be red a second time and we can get our painting skills and steady hand working again. If you are interested please contact Laura at 407327-6554.ScrapbookingWe have had many requests regarding scrap booking and we would love to do anything to provide the guidance, place and time for accom plishing this. Tuesday  any time between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.  is the perfect day to be available to meet. The whole day is available so call Laura at 407-327-6554 if this tickles your fancy. Line DancingMonday and Thursday morning you will nd our line dancers moving to the music all in unison. Once you see the fun they are having youll want to join in. YogaHave you ever felt that yoga is something that is just too much for you to try to do, afraid that getting up and down off the oor will be im possible? Well all that has changed we of fer Chair Yoga and it comes along with all the benets of traditional Yoga. Come in on Friday mornings and check it out.Tai ChiBalance and movement are targeted.JazzerciseLooking for a good high intensity work out? You have found the right place, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4 p.m.BingoBingo is Wednesdays, Fridays and the last Sun day of each month. Packets are $4, $6 and $8. On Wednesdays we also offer a full menu catered lunch for $5. Lunch is served at 11:45 a.m. followed at 1 p.m. by Bingo. Friday we have hot dogs and chips available for $1.25. Sunday lunch is served at 1 p.m., cost is $4 and Bingo follows.Computer ClassesKnow a little? Know a lot? Need to learn some thing new? You can on Tuesday and Thursday mornings in our com puter class. You will be able to work one-on-one with one of our instructors who will guide you through the confusing world of computers.Game RoomIf pool is your game, we have the room!BridgeBridge has always been a standard on Tuesdays and Thursdays, so if you need your bridge x please join the game.Art MeetingIf painting or drawing is your thing, then join the Art Meeting every Monday afternoon. Here you are offered a quiet, lighted environment and the friendship of those who share your interest in arts.LunchWednesday and Sunday lunches are $5 for a fabulous meal. Please contact Susie or Laura at 407-327-6554 to make your reservations. It is requested that you call the day prior to ensure we have a meal prepared for you. 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Page 13 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice ATHLETi I CS A 14-game unbeaten streak was Springs Bears on March 20, and The Bears baseball team hadnt lost a game all season heading into their showdown seen two losses all season, both The game was a pitchers duel closer Riley Baird to hold the Bears to zero earned runs while they struck out nearly two bat ters per inning. Winter Springs also had a can non on the mound with starter Jon Sandfort, who blew through run, striking out a batter per in ning in the process. But errors and walks proved costly for both teams, as they left the door open for a trio of unearned runs that decided the game. ell at 7 p.m. March 30, then host Lyman at 7 p.m. on April 2. p.m. on April 3, then a rematch at Winter Springs at 7 p.m. on April 4. Lions look to regroup A string of narrow losses for the Oviedo Lions baseball team may have set them back, but theyre month of the regular season. Tough games against Win ter Springs, Merritt Island and Dr. Phillips put the Lions on a downward swing after they had headed into mid-March on a long winning streak. Two losses that may have stung the most were both onerun games. Against Merritt Island March 19 they fell 2-1 in a game that stayed close throughout. Then the next day the Lions traveled to Dr. Phillips, where they suffered a 1-0 heartbreaker after a brilliant pitching perfor mance kept them close the entire game. Run production has rarely been a problem in the Lions' wins this season, but against strong pitching, their bats have suffered. Theyll be looking to regroup at home against Rock ledge on April 2, batter up at 7 p.m. college careers ended in a devastating blowout on The Knights struggled early in the game to keep pace with Drexel's strong shooting, which ing up 37-24 by the half. But in the second half the Knights tried to mount an early comeback, outscoring the Drag Knights in scoring with 12 points, with Marcus Jordan and Isaiah Sykes close behind with 7 each. About halfway into the second period the turnovers turned the momentum back into the Dragons' favor for the remainder of the game. Over the course of the last 10 minutes the Drag ons would extend the scoring gap to nearly 30 points, with the Knights never able to regroup. The loss means the end of the season for the tournament appearance with a 0-1 record. For se the end of an era, as both had played prominent roles on the court. Rompza ended the game with two rebounds. ThHIsS WEEK in sports history March 31, 1975 The University of Southern California (UCLA) Bruins basketball team wins its 10th NCAA championship title under coach John Wooden. Following the game, in which UCLA defeated the University of Kentucky, Wooden announced his retirement. Fresh Fruit Vine Ripe Tomatoes Vegetables Thomas Produce110 Geneva Dr., Oviedo (Across from Ace Hardware) Get Healthy From the Inside Out! Knights fall in NITAfter a determined run in the postseason, the UCF mens basketball team fell to Drexel University Huskies snap Bears streak IISAAC BAbBCOCK The Voice IISAAC BAbBCOCK The Voice PHOt T O BY ISAAC bBAbBCOCK t THE v V OICE SSeniors A A.J. RRompza, above, and P.J. Gaynor wrapped up their college athletics careers on March 14.

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Page 14 March 30 April 12, 2012 Seminole Voice VOi I CES Young Voices We would love tohear yourfromYoungCall 407-563-7026 or e-mail editor@observernewspapers.com to have The Voice visit your class or group.Voices! THIIS WEEK WEEK in political history April 2, 1917 Jeannette Pickering Rankin, the first woman ever elected to Congress, takes her seat in the U.S. Capitol as a representative from Montana. The same day, President Woodrow Wilson urged a declaration of war against Germany. Rankin was one of 50 repre sentatives who voted against the declaration.Heres what kids at Central Winds Park in Winter Springs had to say about their Spring Break plans.Im going to spend time with my grandparents and my friends. My grandparents live here part time and the other time in Wisconsin and Italy. It will be fun to go swimming in their pool. Michela O. 11 years old During Spring Break Ill be playing in a baseball tournament. I play shortstop and my team is called the Rangers well play five games that week. Ill play video games too. I go to Keeth Elementary. Jake D. 10 years old Im looking forward to swimming at my grandparents house and visiting with them. Ill play in baseball games, play with my friends and maybe go to the movies too. Im in sixth grade at Lake Forest. Brendan H. 11 years old Over Spring Break Ill play with my friends and ride my bike in our neighborhood. It will be fun to not be in school. Im also going to play with my iPod and play with our cat Lovey. Im in second grade. KKaia D. 8 years old Im on the Crushers softball team and Im in second grade at Layer Elementary. Im not sure exactly what Im going to be doing during Spring Break. I would like to play with Monster High dolls. Tori B. 8 years old EEMPLOYMEENT Ask Sandi Sandi Vidal is the executive director for Christian HELP and the Central Florida Employment Council, with more than 10 years of recruiting and human resources experience. Please send questions about employment by fax 407-260-2949, sandi@christianhelp.org, or mail Ask Sandi C/O Christian HELP, 450 Seminola Blvd., Casselberry, FL 32707.TALK tT O SANDI >Lately there has been a lot of chatter about employers asking for passwords for your social media. Is this an invasion of privacy? Should they be asking for such personal information?  In my opinion it opens a can of worms that as an employer I am not comfortable with, and as a job seeker I would put my foot down and say no to. Employers could be opening themselves up to discrimination charges because they can access information they shouldn't ask in an interview. My Facebook page shows my kids, my family, my religious views and sometimes my political views. I talked about my car accident, which could be an ADA issue for some. I keep my settings private. I would not share my password with anyone except maybe my husband.  would an employer need my password to make a hiring decision?  That being said, I highly suggest you remember that what you put on the Internet stays on the Internet. Employ information about you. Be careful what you post and who tags you. I would love to hear your stories about what employers are asking for from you.  WWhats on the web stays there Standing on dangerous ground and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, a police dispatcher told him to stand his ground, but he said it in a different way. Are you following him? the Sanford dispatcher asked. OK we dont need you to do that. Zimmerman later admitted to police that he shot the teen in self-defense. self-defense law, police didnt arrest him, ostensibly accepting his claim and setting a potentially catastrophic precedent in the process. In this case, based on witness accounts and recorded calls to police, Zimmerman did everything but stand his ground until the very last moment. Zimmermans breathing already sounds labored during the phone call to police, placed during halftime of the NBA to become exasperated based upon what he thinks will happen: that Martin, who Zimmerman is following in his SUV, is about to commit a crime, any crime. Martin, who had his sweatshirt hood pulled over his head as he walked home from a Sanford convenience store during a rainstorm, looked suspicious, Zimmerman been a recent string of break-ins in his neighborhood, a claim he made in many of the about 45 calls to police hed made in the past year, according to a report by the have convicted Martin of a crime while he walked down the sidewalk. These a**holes, they always get away, Zimmerman said during the call. Then at 2 minutes, 21 seconds into the call, he seems to say a racial slur, though the Based upon Zimmermans words and demeanor during the call, he had no inten to follow Martin in his SUV, eventually that he would claim was in self-defense. A 16-year-old friend spoke with Martin on the phone seconds before Martin was shot to death. During that call, Martin tells his friend that hes being followed, and she tells him that he should run away, the feared for my life story, much less that police accepted it and let him go. Zim merman was in an SUV for much of his pursuit; Martin was on foot. Zimmerman outweighed Martin by 100 pounds. Zimmerman was armed with a semiautomatic handgun; Martin had candy and iced tea. he believed Martin might have killed him if he didnt shoot him. The law hes standing behind, passed in 2005, allows Floridians to kill someone in self-defense, even outside of their own home, if they feel threatened with death or great bodily harm to himself or herself or another or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony. It also says that the law is only applicable if the person who kills in self-defense was not committing a crime at the time. If Zimmerman brandished a gun or threatened Martin in any way before a An assault, by Florida law, is an intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and doing some act that creates a wellfounded fear in such other person that such violence is imminent. that a grand jury will investigate the case. The U.S. Department of Justice will also review the case. In the mean time, investigators are poring over evidence to determine whether all of it was taken into account and whether Sanford police tampered with witness statements that would have contradicted Zimmermans account of the shooting. Absent enough evidence to contradict his statements, Zimmerman could walk away unscathed. The Sanford police appear to have already made that judgthe magnitude of the potential crime involved, that level of callousness is terrifying. Thanks to a more thorough in vestigation, were about to discover what standing your ground really means in Florida. And if Zimmerman walks away free, well have the perfect blueprint for blaming the dead. THIS IS RIDICULOUS. OOVER-REGULAt T ED MARKEt T S WHY DONtT tT HEY LEt T tT HE NEIGHBORHOOD DECIDE tT HIS IS SUPPOSED tT O BE A DEMOCRACY AFt T ER ALL LEt T tT HE NEIGHBORHOOD VOt T E ON It T. LLEE OONIDAS Heres what readers on SeminoleV V oice.com are saying about this issues article No room for rooming houses on the front page: THE CIt T Y OF OOVIEDO NEEDS tT O REVAMP tT HEIR FEES IF tT HE SPECIAL EXCEPt T ION ORDER DOES NOt T APPLY tT O tT HIS CASE tT HESE YOUNG MEN AREARE tT HE EXCEPt T ION. WWHY tT AKE tT HE $$$ IF YOU HAVE NONO ININ TEN EN TION ION OF GRANt T ING tT HE EXCEPt T ION? LLYNNE THOMPSON DDOXEY JUSt T BOARD UP tT HE WINDOWS AND LEAVE tT HE GRASS UNMOWED, II GUESS tT HAt T'S HOW tT HEY WOULD RAt T HER HAVE It T. HHUGH MMORGAN Staff Opinion

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