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Through the double doors, past the long lunchroom tables and tucked in the corner of the Oviedo High School cafeteria, a snak lation. ball sub, the ones in this zigzagging line are looking for something a little greener. $2.75. as a more alluring choice. lunches. Supporting salad bars in schools pro vides additional options for students to en Calendar > 8 JC 360 Sports Grille hosts its monthly car cruise May 18 and every third Friday of the month at 1115 Vidina Place in the Oviedo Park Crossing center across from the mall. Celery Stalks ........................................... 4 Stetsons Corner ...................................... 5 Interests .................................................. 6 Calendar .................................................. 8 Athletics ................................................ 10 Ask Sandi .............................................. 11 Young Voices ......................................... 11 Classifieds ............................................. 12 DARK SHADOWS Winter Springs JROTC team places fifth in the nation Interests > 6 Summer camp guide > 7 Check out Central Florida Zoo on our list of Seminole County camps Central Florida Krush U11 team are undefeated state champions Athletics > 10 Oviedo is in a local state of emer danger because of the lack of rain That had been a problem in the past, Oviedo Some of them have tablets and some of them Oviedos Duda Farm donates eight salad bars, students enjoy healthier lunch options SARAH WILSON The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Oviedo High School students Cassandra Vivian, left, and JoQwanda Sykes peruse a new salad bar do nated by Duda Farm Fresh Foods. The change has doubled the number of students who eat salad at the school. Please see SALAD on page 2 Salad days in Seminole For more information on Duda Farm Fresh Foods donation, and how you can help bring more salad bars to local schools, visit dudafresh.com or saladbars2schools.org To learn more about SCPS food service offerings, visit foodservice.scps.k12..us iGovernment Many cities in Central Florida are adopting modern and sometimes-troublesome tech nology to end the ritual of printing several-hundred-page documents for each member at every meeting. Winter Park, Maitland and Winter Springs have iPads for elected officials. Oviedo has been using web-based agen das for about six years. City plans upgrade to iPads ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice Please see IPAD on page 3 State of emergency mandates burn ban ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice
Page 2 fruits and vegetables into their diets to promote healthier life tion that the students have for having the salad bar and having has been incorporated into the es. It is here in middle schools, department has seen the greatest success of the salad bars, selling full. reminder to add something fresh tuce and olives, and grapes and a carton of milk on the side. healthier, happier students. THIS WEEK in history May 17, 1792 A group of 24 traders gather under a buttonwood tree at 68 Wall St. in lower Manhattan to work out the regulations of the speculative market. The result was the Buttonwood Agreement, a two-sentence contract that gave birth to the New York Stock Exchange. Orlando, FL 32835-5705 | Seminole Voice is published twice a month by Turnstile Media Group | POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Seminole Voice | P.O. Box 2426 | Winter Park, FL 32790 Publisher reserves right to edit or refuse all advertisements, announcements, articles and/or letters to the editor. Submission does not guarantee publication. Columnists opinions are made independently of the newspaper. All rights reserved. Seminole Voice 2012 TCraft@TurnstileMediaGroup.com JAndreasson@TurnstileMediaGroup.com IBabcock@ TurnstileMediaGroup.com JGallagher@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Sarah Wilson firstname.lastname@example.org Sandi@ChristianHelp.org SundewGardens@gmail.com KPhillips@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Sarah Wilson, Brittni Johnson & Kristy Vickery LStern@ TurnstileMediaGroup.com Legal@FLALegals.com KReyes@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Florida Press Association & Oviedo/Winter Springs Chambers of Commerce Seminole Voice is published by Turnstile Media Group. Founded in 1990 and headquartered in Orlando, Fla., Turnstile Media Group is also the parent of Golfweek, Golfweek Custom Media, TurfNet, Professional Artist, Winter Park/Maitland Observer, East Orlando Sun, Baldwin Park Living and Turnstile Connect. CHAIRMAN: Rance Crain PRESIDENT/CEO: Francis X. Farrell VICE PRESIDENTS: Merrilee Crain, Patti Green & Jeff Babineau Periodicals postage is paid at Oviedo, Fla. Restriction apply due to size and condition of vehicle.Get the look you deserve... INSURED BUSINESS407-914-6445 Wash $35 Windows, Door Jambs, Rims/Tires, VacuumWash and 1 step polish and wax $50 2 step process $60 hour Headlight restoration $50 Lovebug removal $25 SPECIALIZING in: Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Ferrari and Bentley. Fresh Fruit Vine Ripe Tomatoes Vegetables Thomas Produce110 Geneva Dr., Oviedo (Across from Ace Hardware) Get Healthy From the Inside Out! 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) Letter to readers Dear readers, Youll notice new staff email addresses in this issue that carry the Turnstile Media Group label. Its become clear to us that the name Observer Newspapers doesnt convey what weve become: a diverse media platform that goes far beyond the printed page. Rebranding ourselves as the Com munity Media Division of Turnstile Media Group will allow our titles Seminole Voice, Winter Park-Maitland Observer, East Orlando Sun and Baldwin Park Living to grow as a more cohesive unit as we continue to expand how we deliver the local news you care about. Before we go on, I thought youd appreciate a little bit of history about how we got here. In 2007, the Voices sister paper, the Winter Park-Maitland Observer, was sold to Orlando-based Turnstile Media Group, the parent of Golfweek and Professional Artist magazines. The Observer was Turnstiles rst foray into the newspaper business, but it was a business that owner Rance Crain knew all too well. Crains grandfather, G.D. Crain, founded Crain Communica tions in 1916 with two newspapers and three staffers. That company has grown to 30 publications, including such respected titles as Advertising Age and Crains Chicago Business. Crain, president of Crain Communications since 1974, is an ardent believer in the mission of community journalism. In 2007 he gave his blessing to build a portfolio of high-quali ty, community-focused publications. Also in 2007, the Semi nole Voice formerly the Oviedo Voice joined the team. In mid-2009, we added the East Orlando Sun, a monthly newspaper that serves Avalon Park, Eastwood, Stoneybrook and Waterford Lakes. In November 2010, new President and CEO Francis X. Farrell arrived, bringing decades of magazine experience with him. Less than two months later, we started publishing Baldwin Park Living, a community magazine serving Baldwin Parks residents and business owners. Founded in 2005 as a quarterly community newsletter, the magazine has grown to 10 issues a year. Our promise ts well into Turnstile Media Groups mis sion: Develop diverse media platforms that engage and strengthen the communities they serve. We are more than a newspaper we are a constant ow of information. Our other products websites, newsletters and social net works are the go-to place for fresh, award-winning com munity news thats happening right in your backyard, news that affects your family and your neighbors and cannot be found anywhere else. And were constantly developing new ways to deliver that content: to your laptop, mobile phone, tablet and maybe, one day, on your computerized glasses. One thing is certain: community news, no matter how its delivered, wont go out of style. As we continue to evolve as Turnstile Media Groups Com munity Media Division, Id like to hear from you. Please tell us about the changing ways that you consume media, and how we can adapt our mission to best t your needs. Please email email@example.com, message us on Facebook or Twitter or send a letter to 1500 Park Center Drive, Orlando, FL 32835. Thanks for reading! Warm regards, Jenny Andreasson Managing editor SALAD | Greens liked at middle schools C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE
Page 3 has held up communication and process a daunting task. could help connect multiple de phone and email accounts, some Soon, she said, that might be a haul that should make it easier for citizens to read the online Council cate and to open. That could take some time. cess is over, the residents, Council said. Winter Springs goes paperless In Winter Springs, not all of the using laptops and similar technol meeting, depending on the meet earlier, but some commissioners insisted on having paper copies of more receptive to electronic ver paper copies. He understands that screen in front of them. both have a public terminal in line access to local government documents. call and get some free advice on Amy Simpson contributed to this report. Short-Term Host Families NeededPromote Cross-Cultural Connections in the Orlando Area! Open your home to an EHP international student for 3 weeks this summer!Education Firsts Educational Homestay Program (EHP), a France to Orlando this summer to study English and experience the American way of life. We are currently looking for homes for these students and we need your help! Below is some additional information on this summers program: hours!Host Families, if you are interested, Cell: (808) 551-5613 IPAD | Going digital saves about 2,000 sheets of paper per city meeting, Winter Springs Mayor Lacey says C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Plan your weekend with The Weekender! This weekly newsletter keeps you up to date on events happening in Central Florida's cities, including Winter Park, Maitland, Oviedo, Winter Springs, Avalon Park and Waterford Lakes. Visit seminolevoice.com and click "Subscribe to Newsletter"
Page 4 Happy Mothers Day to all. I received an early Mothers Day gift, as one of my sons presented me with a lovely orchid. I do have a lot of them and I do love them. I do wish and hope that all you moms receive lots of goodies dining out and maybe a trip somewhere on your bucket list. Dont we deserve the praise? Hope you all made it over to The Artistic Hands Mothers Day Show and Sale. Remember that all the Teen/Adult classes in pottery, painting and drawing, glass blowing will start the week of May 28. Childrens classes in pottery throwing on the potters wheel, and painting and draw For more information, call Del Seaman at The Artistic Hand at 407-365-7882. Super Garage Sale and Fundraiser On May 11 and 12 Solomons Porch Church will host its Super Garage Sale and Fundraiser at 1065 E. Broadway St., in Oviedo. The sale will be held on Friday, May 11, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. its time for dinner and a movie, which is kid-friendly but has limited space available, so please reserve a seat. On Saturday, May 12, the sale will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. We will have a large amount of items for sale. There will also be a lemonade stand with bake sale, roast pork dinners (pre-orders ac cepted), hot dog special for movie night (two hot dogs, chips and painting and lots of kids activi ties. Please call 407-542-3384 or 656-345-8203. Makeover for Mom: Mothers Day contest The Oviedo Mall is sponsoring a Makeover for Mom Mothers Day contest. The Merle Norman Cosmetics and Boutique, Macys and LOFT have teamed up to cre ate the perfect gift for one lucky Central Florida Mom. Shop pers are encouraged to go to the Oviedo Malls Facebook page for a chance to win the prize package including a makeover pamper party for mom and four friends from Merle Norman Cosmetics & Boutique, a designer fragrance basket from Macys and a $50 LOFT gift card, with a total value of more than $400. The Mall says check out facebook.com/Ovie doMall for more information. It is a Makeover for the Moms that the Mall is presenting, so I won der if that includes hiding senior citizens wrinkles? They would have big sign up lots of ladies would wish those things would disappear. Teal Ribbon Run and Walk The Teal Ribbon Run and Walk will be held at 7:30 a.m. on Sun day, May 13, at the Oviedo Mall, the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Florida. Registration costs $10 to $35 depending on age and date of registration. Please call 407-3390024 for more information. A wee bit of history I belong to the Historical Society and am very interested in the his tory of our town. After reviewing an old copy of the Florida Times some lady friends at the recent Farmers Market wanted to try the recipe they found for water melon rind preserve. I wanted to share with you the recipe that the ladies used years ago. At last Saturdays Farmers Market, May 5, the small watermelons sold out. Pick one up for yourself and Recipe for watermelon rind preserve rind preferred, cut away all pink rind, peeling thin, cut in slices about 1 inch wide and 4 inches long in any desired shape. 24 hours; then place it in fresh water into with a lump of alum 24 hours. ed sugar for each pound of rind. For every 10 pounds of sugar add a quart of water and let this come to a boil, skim and let boil 10 minutes. each pound and also thin slices of lemon, cut crosswise. Tend care fully and let boil till the rind is a rich amber color. Seal up while hot. I believe you can get the recipe online, or check with the Museum of Seminole County Historical Society. I do not think that Betty Crocker would put this in her cookbook she would wee bit better. A thought If we could sell our experiences for what they cost us, wed all be millionaires. Abigail Van Buren r fnrtbtrr rfntbrfnrtbtrr rf rfntb f Send word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org TALK T O JANET > CELERY By Janet Foley the Between Stalks INVITE YOU AND A GUEST TO AN ADVANCE SCREENINGNO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Passes are available on a rst-come, rst-served basis. Raged PG-13. One pass per person. Seating is limited so arrive early. Passes does not guarantee a seat at the screening.IN THEATERS MAY 18www.whattoexpectlm.com ww.facebook.com/WhatToExpectMovie FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN A PASS FOR TWO PLEASE VISIT WWW.GOFOBO.COM/RSVP USE CODE: VOICEKXM Moms deserve lots of praise
Page 5 From Australia to Zanzibar, cultures celebrate motherhood in unique ways. On this second Sunday in May, May 13, we again honor our moms and ponder the magic DNA that creates the heart of a mother. New moms learn moment by moment how to balance priorities in their households. Whether she is a new single mom, step-mom, or if she welcomes a fourth or needs of a new baby, growing siblings and adult family mem as she attempts to satisfy every one. In time, despite yawns and deep breaths, she makes it look easy, especially to the men who are sent into frenzy from sleep deprivation and newborn wails alone. As her family grows, she bal ances school activities, emotional roller coasters, hormones and changing expectations, while providing food, clothing, shel ter and pie. The emotional ages of her growing family shift randomly, and with no almanac, North Star or radar to guide her. She leads with her instinct, ever present mothers gut, and some times with prayer. Mothers of every genera tion have faced incredible and unexpected challenges. Moms have brought three healthy babies into the world only to face the complexities of special needs with their fourth. A child thrives for years, then doesnt feel quite right one day and suddenly shoulders the burden of cancer or autism. A moms world tumbles grab the globe like Atlas, and she demands it be set right. She and her family, despite the odds and with no regrets. She adds research, pharmacology, anatomy and oncology to her resume, and learns to spell every drug and experimental protocol that like this right here in the heart of Geneva. Mothers always have a plan, ent hand. I know moms in their 30s and 40s who never intended to learn how to run their hus bands family business. Young women start out by supporting their husbands desire to sign up for reserve duty a couple of weekends a month. Suddenly a patriotic call and an additional rucksack and boarding a C130 to Afghanistan. Her burden more than doubles as her worry expands for his safety. Again she reserves of courage keeping the household running, providing food, shelter and comfort until he comes homes. Shes getting good at prayer. of tough love, patience and com fort. When a kid looks at his mom with that sideways smile, he knows to his core she loves him No one can read his thoughts and predict his next move as she can. She is his defender, his sounding board, his rock. Happy Mothers Day to mothers everywhere Geneva B&B on HGTV Geneva goes national as Danville Road is featured on HGTVs new television show Million Dollar Rooms, expected to air Wednes day, May 16. This property is located near Genevas Souther land airstrip, and features a han gar that opens up and a nearby house. Cancer benet from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 19. Funds raised go toward and craft booths, blues music, a carrington.com. If you want to rent a booth, call Mary at 407-4023993. For more event information, call Debbie at 407-415-9709. ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo www.savannahcourtoviedo.com395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765407-977-8786 Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! Stetsons Corner By Karen McEnany-Phillips Please share your thoughts about Geneva at 407-221-7002, email@example.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 > Being Mom a balancing act Check out our Mothers Day calendar by scanning this QR code with a smart phone or visit SeminoleVoice.com French Toast for Mothers Day!
Page 6 and back into Michael Drews hands moves in a blur before its caught with a shock of impacting metal. And with a split second echo, the terse report of halting steel repeats 12 times. Drew, 18, stares bullet straight, tension rein surface. Then with a bellow more noise than words, he sends the squad into motion, weaving in upon it others backs while marching in perfect synchronous. Sgt. First Class Victor Fras queris eyes never turn away. Hes hoping for perfection today, and expecting nothing less. Its very intense, Frasqueri said. Im not easy on them. For some of the cadets in Win Afghanistan awaits them in the months and years to come. But tomorrow, May 5, theyre in for heading to nationals. Theyve been there every year in 1998. Theyve never missed a shot at the championship. Theyve never missed a trophy. Theyve also never won it all. This year theyre still proud Central Florida is a rarity outside of Bear Country. The National High School Drill Team competition includes all branches of military from as far trophy categories. Weve placed second in the nation three times, Frasqueri Principal Michael Blasewitz has seen that hard work on days lesser teams would go home. It doesnt matter if its freez ing cold or boiling hot, those ca day of the week, Blasewitz said. Steven Erbes, 18, leaves for the Marine Corps in August. Fras queri and Bennett were the only in his four years. If there were any other in structors, I probably wouldnt be here, Erbes said. Itll be bittersweet for him. He graduates this month, then hes are no lifers in high school. But hes been training for this moment for four years. Now hes ready to prove it. Although it will be stressful, it will be for the best, Erbes said. The United States Armys of leadership and service, while instilling self-esteem, teamwork and self-discipline. We dont preach military here, we preach getting your high school diploma and going onto college, as long as they further their education, Frasqueri said. College can wait a little longer. May 5 they hit the road for Dayto na Beach for nationals. Battling a gantlet of drills, skill competitions and interrogations, they once again walked away with shiny teams. Bennett said its an honor in its tional Championship. There are people that come from Guam, Alaska, Germany and they leave with no trophies at all, he said. So they know they are one of the top teams in the na tion. THIS WEEK in human history May 15, 1982 Ebony and Ivory, a duet by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder, takes the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100. This continued the pop music trend of pairing successful duos, such as Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond, and Diana Ross and Lionel Richie. Winter Springs is fth in nation ISAAC BABCOCK AND KRISTY VICKERY The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Members of the Winter Springs JROTC
Page 7 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 Summer camp directory OVIEDO Oviedo Basketball Camp This ve-day program is a great place for any young basketball player who is looking to develop and rene his or her fundamental skills. Its for boys and girls, ages 7-14 years old. Session 1 is June 25-29 and Session 2 is July 16-20. For more information or questions, please contact 407-971-5568. Oviedo Club Riverside Club Riverside in Oviedo offers a variety of outdoor and indoor activities for children ages 6-13. During each week campers will go on at least two eld trips. Each child will be highly supervised, with a counselor for ev ery 10-12 campers. Camp Sessions are June 4-Aug. 10. If you have any questions contact 407-971-5575 or firstname.lastname@example.org Oviedo Volleyball Camp Volleyball Camp is a basic skills camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of volleyball to young players at all levels. Skills such as serving, passing, hitting and team building will be covered. Session 1 is June 4-8, Session 2 is June 18-22 and Session 3 is July 30-Aug. 3. For more information or questions, please contact 407-971-5568. Hard Knocks Session of combat laser tag and gaming camp will be held at Hard Knocks in Oviedo for students ages 8-15. Sessions run Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or 5:30 p.m.) on select weeks, June 18-Aug. 10. Visit IndoorWar.com or call 407-359-9091. YMCA Y camps, whether overnight, day or specialty camps, all share one thing: theyre about discovery. Campers spend their days swimming, playing sports, learning positive character development, doing arts and crafts, and going on eld trips. Visit ymcacentralorida.com WINTER SPRINGS Camp Sunshine Winter Springs Parks and Recreation Department hosts Camp Sunshine at the Winter Springs Civic Center; 400 North Edgemon Ave. Camp dates are June 4-Aug. 3. Its for 6to 12-year olds. Trips and activities include bowling, movies, arts and crafts, and skating. Call 407327-6593. WSBL summer basketball camp WSBL Sunshine Youth Sports in Winter Springs hosts summer basketball camps at Willow Creek Church in Winter Springs June 4-8, June 18-22, July 9-16 and July 16-20. Visit wsbl.com CFK soccer camps Central Florida Kraze/Krush Summer Soccer camps are back. Improve your game by joining the CFK instruc tors for a four-day soccer camp at Central Winds Park. The CFK camp will provide an environment that will ac commodate all levels of play. The half-day camp is for children ages 4-16; the whole day camp is reserved for the older kids ages 9-16. Visit cfksoccer.com Double G Lacrosse camp Seminole Lacrosse Club and the Winter Springs Parks and Recreation Department in association with Double G Lacrosse will present two, one-week long Lacrosse Camps for boys in fourth through eighth grade at Central Winds Park in June and August. Call 407-327-6589 or visit seminolelacrosseclub.com Bradstreet Tennis Programs Specialty camps for kids interested in sharpening their tennis skills are available at the Wedgewood Tennis Vil las Complex for those ages 4 and older. Tennis Camp dates will run June through July. Call 813-900-8459 or visit Bradstreetsports.com LONGWOOD Summer Adventure and Biology Boot camps Join Seminole County Natural Lands for Summer Ad venture Camp for ages 7-12 held at the Environmen tal Studies Center; 2985 Osprey Trail, Longwood. Also, Biology Boot Camp for ages 12-15 is held at the En vironmental Studies Center and the Ed Yarborough Nature Center; 3485 N. County Road 426, Geneva. Call 407-349-0959 or visit seminolecounty.gov/parksrec/ naturallands SANFORD Free Grove summer camp Sunshine Grove is a summer camp for students entering grades rst through sixth. The Grove Counseling Cen ter combines caring instructors, evidence-based well ness education, and lively community guests. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This camp is provided free. Spots are limited, so email email@example.com or call 407-588-1147. Cherie Dacko camp Instructor Cherie Dacko at Jeanine Taylor Folk Art in Sanford is teaching a six-week schedule of art camp offerings. Dacko has a degree in ne art and has taught children and teen classes for several years. For registra tion information, contact instructor Cherie Dacko direct ly at 407-496-9524 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Central Florida Zoo Explore Central Florida Zoos exciting summer programs including halfand full-day camps for children ages 6-12. Choose from a wide variety of fun and exciting camps such as Pirates of the ZOOribbean, Jr. Zoo Keep er, Jungle to Jungle and more! Call 407-323-4450, ext. 123, or email email@example.com UCF UCF creative writing workshops The University of Central Florida Literary Arts Partner ship is pleased to announce two creative writing work shops for teens from July 9-13: Story and Script Work shop, and Poetry and Creative Nonction Workshop. To learn more visit ce.ucf.edu/creative Central Florida Soccer Academy Train with professionals and World Cup champions at the Central Florida Soccer Academy. Amanda Crom wells Girls Day and Overnight Camps are at UCF and run from June 11-15, June 20-23 and July 15-18. Call 407-823-6611, email Info@CentralFloridaSoccerAcad emy.com or visit cfsaorlando.com UCP of Central Florida UCP of Central Florida offers full-day camp programs for children from newborn through fourth grade. The school is for children with all abilities, but this camp offers ex perts for children with special needs. UCP is located at 12702 Science Drive, in Orlando, near UCF. Call 407852-3300 or visit ucpc.org For more information on these and an extended list of Central Florida summer camps, visit seminolevoice.com MAY The Planetarium at Seminole State College presents the following shows: Kingdoms of the Stars from 8:309:30 p.m. on May 11; The Final Frontier, from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on May 12 and May 19; and Central Florida Nights from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on May 18. Note that the planetarium will be closed May 25-26 for Memori al Day. For more information and a full schedule of events, visit seminoles tate.edu/planet or call 407-708-2360. MAY 12 Dinner & Movie Night at the Geneva Bijou is Saturday, May 12, at 7 p.m. at the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E. Main, Geneva. A $5 donation per per son, or $3 donation for kids younger than 16, is requested. Email Gene vaHGS@aol.com MAY 13 Shoppers are encouraged to like Oviedo Malls Facebook page for a chance to win a prize package in cluding a makeover pamper party for mom and four friends from Merle Norman Cosmetics & Boutique, a de signer fragrance basket from Macys, and a $50 LOFT gift card, with a total value of more than $400. Visit face book.com/OviedoMall MAY 19 Join Seminole County Natural Lands and the Friends of the Environmental Studies Center for its free Wildlife Appreciation Day celebration from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 19, at the Environmental Studies Center; 2895 Osprey Trail, Longwood. Call 407-349-0959. MAY 24 Jewish Academy of Orlandos Fine Arts Department presents the musi cal Night at the Wax Museum at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford. Tickets are $15, $25 and $50. Call 407-647-0713. MAY 28 Artistic Hand Gallery and Studio will host summer classes for teen and adults in pottery, painting and draw ing, stained glass, jewelry making and glass blowing starting the week of May 28. Childrens classes in pot tery throwing on the potters wheel, and painting and drawing start the rst week of June. The Spotlight Theater is having their next production of Alice, The Mu sical the weekend of May 25-27 at the Rural Heritage Center; 101 E. Main St., Geneva. Tickets cost $10 for adults and $8 for students. Visit spot lighttheatrecf.org ONGOING The Winter Springs Farmers Market is every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on State Road 434 and Tuskawil la Road in the Winter Springs Town Center. Visit WinterSpringsFarmers Market.com for more information. The Oviedo Farmers Market is the rst Saturday of every month (June 2, July 7, Aug. 4) from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the grounds of the Historic Lawton House, 200 W. Broadway St., Oviedo. Visit OviedoHS.com Join the Seminole County Natural Lands Program for guided hikes and programs. Its $3 per person. Call 407-349-0959 to register. Upcom ing events are: May 19: Nocturnal Animals from 7:30-9:30 p.m. at Lake Harney Wilderness Area. Email calendar submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Page 8 MAY 11 The 4th Annual Party with a Purpose for Crohns Disease and Ulcerative Colitis is from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 11, at Black Hammock Fish Camp in Oviedo. There is no admission; funds will be raised via voluntary donations and sale of rafe tickets. Contact yesican26@aol. com or 407-432-7104. Shabbat Chavayah: Temple Shir Sha loms Shabbat Experience is at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 11, in the UCUMC Main Sanctuary, 1395 Campus View Court, in Oviedo. Visit templeshirshalom. org or call 407-366-3556. MAY 12 The Oviedo Junto Society would like to invite you to the 2012 Central Florida Stump on Saturday, May 12, at the River Run Church in Chuluota from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Visit oviedojunto.org/cfstump.php Learn about mold from the authors of Mold Matters, how it affects health and building structures, and how to pre vent it at the Mold Matters/Hurricane Preparedness class from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 12, at the Seminole County Library, Central Branch; 215 N. Oxford Road, Casselberry. MAY 13 The 4th Annual Tom Sorrells Teal Ribbon 5k Run & Walk is at the Oviedo Mall Sun day, May 13. Join The Ovarian Cancer Al liance of Florida as they raise funds. Race starts at 7:30 a.m. Visit racetimesport. com/teal-ribbon-5k-runwalk MAY 14 Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will host its monthly chap ter meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 14, at the Sanford Garden Club; 200 Fairmont Drive, Sanford. Call 407-302-7616. MAY 16 Carter Oosterhouse, from the new show Million Dollar Rooms on HGTV, chose Danville Bed & Breakfast as one of the lo cations to be featured on the show. The episode is expected to air on May 16. The Bed & Breakfast is located on Jungle Road here in Geneva, and looks like a house but opens as a hangar with the house in back. MAY 18 The inaugural Relay For Life of Cassel berry will take place May 18-19 at Metro Life Church, 910 S. Winter Park Drive. Contact email@example.com or 407-9210187. JC 360 Sports Grille has started a monthly car cruise every third Friday of the month at 1115 Vidina Place in the Oviedo Park Crossing center. The event is 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., but stick around for happy hour at 10 p.m. Call 407-977-0082 or visit jc360sportsgrille.com MAY 19 Sundew Gardens presents a Chickens for the Central Florida Homestead workshop on May 19 at 2 p.m. and May 20 at 1 p.m. Cost is $20. Topics to be covered include: where to obtain quality chicks, food choices, predator protection, manure management, egg production, and varieties of hens best suited for Cen tral Florida. RSVP to 407-430-2178 or Sundewgardens@gmail.com Come for a free evening of old-time mu sic at the Geneva Jam at the Geneva Community Center on Saturday, May 19. The event features acoustic toetapping music starting at 6:30 p.m. of bluegrass, old country, and gospel for you to enjoy. On Saturday, May 19, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., there will be a Blues for Boobs Benet to help Jana Carrington with cancer treatment costs at the Jolly Ga tor Fish Camp. For event information call Debbie at 407-415-9709. Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Na tive Plant Society will host its free monthly field trip from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 19, at the Seminole State Forest south entrance. Call 407302-7616. MAY 20 Food Truck Crazy will be at the Oviedo Mall from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, May 20. Come hungry! Visit foodtruck crazy.com MAY 24 An extension food preservation class in boiling water bath canning will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on May 24, and from 9 to 11 a.m. on May 26, at the Semi nole County Extension Services kitchen, 250 W. County Home Road, in Sanford. Visit seminolecountyfl.gov/extension services The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Semi nole Voice will host the 2nd Annual Ovations on Thursday, May 24, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Oviedo Mall Com munity Room. Vote online for yourfa vorite businesses in more than 30 cat egories. Polls are open until May 12 at VoteOvations.com. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. To regis ter, visit oviedowintersprings.org MAY 25 On the fourth Friday of each month (May 25 this month) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. downtown Sanford hosts the Sanford Art Walk a gallery tour around town. The event is free. Members of the Central Florida Plein Air Artists (CFPAA) will exhibit a show titled Natures Palette at Gallery on First in downtown Sanford. The show runs from May 2-29. A public reception with the artists will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 25. Visit cfpaartists.org Visit SeminoleVoice.com for more details. 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Visit ymcacentralflorida.com and click on NEW THIS MONTH/MEMBERSHIP GIVES YOU MORE to learn the true value of a Y Membership.Connect with us: Calendar Seminole County Spring Garden Tour Once a year several of the best private gardens open their gates to the public under the stewardship of the Seminole County Master Gardeners during the Spring Garden Tour and its free! On May 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., take a free self-directed driving garden tour following a map put together by the Master Gardeners. Brochures are the key and are available at South Seminole Nursery, Lukas Nursery, La Fleur Nursery, Moreno Nursery, Focal Point Nursery, and all the Seminole County Library Branches and County ofces. Call 407-665-5550 for more information.
Page 9 Seminole State student is top kitchen designer in nation again Seminole State College of Floridas Alice Mulcock is the top student kitchen de signer in the nation. Its the second year in a row that a Seminole State College interior design student has taken rst place in the National Kitchen & Bath As sociations Student Design Competition in the Kitchen Design category. Her winning design (pictured) was for the kitchen of a 19th century Federal-style row house in downtown Chicago. Four new Eagle Scouts On May 2, Oviedo-areas Brandon A. Bateman, Nathaniel K. Shepherd, Thomas J. Wampler and Parker D. Hoffman were awarded their Eagle Scout Rank within the Boy Scouts of America. These young men are members of Central Florida Council of the Boy Scouts of America Troop 131. Visit SeminoleVoice.com for more information on how they got there. Nursing Program honored Professors and leaders at Seminole State Colleges nursing program are prepar ing future heroes to provide critical care in the health care eld. In recognition of these educators who teach these vital skills, the nursing program was honored March 29 as a Holler Drivers Mart Hero. Free meals over the summer Seminole County Public Schools will be participating in the Summer Food Service Program during the months of June, July and August. Nutritionally balanced meals will be provided to all children during summer vacation when school breakfasts and lunches are not available. Call 407320-0226. Local Flagler graduates The following Winter Springs students earned bachelors degrees from Flagler College in St. Augustine on April 21: Chris topher Ciocca, Lauren Ely and Eammon Murphy. Gabrielle Burleson, of Chuluota, and David Underwood, of Oviedo, gradu ated Cum Laude. Tracey Peger of Winter Springs graduated Magna Cum Laude. Biz news United Legacy Bank nabs beauty award United Legacy Bank won the Oviedo-Win ter Springs Regional Chamber of Com merce Beautication Award for April. This award recognizes chamber members with outstanding storefront presentations, buildings or landscaping that enhance the asthetic appeal of our communities. Con tact email@example.com to nominate a business. Local women-owned business in top 50 for growth Casselberry-based Avant Healthcare Pro fessionals, a healthcare stafng company owned by Shari Dingle Sandifer, is No. 48 on the national list of ourishing womenowned businesses, co-sponsored by the Women Presidents Organization and American Express OPEN, the small busi ness division of American Express. Sanford company signs ve new clients This year is shaping up to be a great year at Next Horizon Networking & Technology, a web design and web hosting company based in Sanford. Since the rst of the year, ve new clients have turned to Next Horizon to make sense of their informa tion technology concerns. Boys Town recognized For the fourth consecutive year, Boys Town was recognized for its sound scal management with the four-star Char ity Navigator rating. This coveted ranking reinforces Boys Towns commitment to helping at-risk children and their families. Winter Springs billing ofce extends Monday hours The Winter Springs Utility Billing ofce is pleased to announce convenient new lobby hours on Mondays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 407-327-5996 or email utility firstname.lastname@example.org Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com rfrrrrntrrt rbrrrnbrrrrrrt rfnn tbnn rfrntfbrfbnf nrrfftrrfnfrfn tfffrfnrff rrfftrnrrfrf frfrfrfnrrnnftrnrrr rfntb tntbn btntbbbttt ntntbbn rfnrttb Notes Local students winning art Seminole State College of Florida has announced the winners of the 43rd annual Juried Student Art Exhibit, on display through noon on Monday, May 17, in the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus Fine Arts Gallery. Kaitlyn Allison, of Oviedo, (pictured) was awarded the E. Ann McGee Presidents Award and $200 for her carving Bamboo. Michael Halpin, of Winter Springs, received two Awards of Excellence and $300 for his paintings titled :00 AM and The Elusive Morpheus. Patel wins top prize at Ying Competition Neel Patel, a 17 year-old senior from Semi nole Countys Oviedo High School, walked away with the top prize in the Dr. Nelson Ying Science Competition, an annual event hosted by the Orlando Science Center. Patel takes home a trophy, a $5,000 cash schol arship plus $1,000 awards for his science teacher and his school. He is planning on attending Harvard University in the fall.
Page 10 THIS WEEK in sports history May 15, 1984 Only six years after the team moved from Buffalo, N.Y., the San Diego Clippers announce that they are moving to Los Angeles, where they would play in the footsteps of the Lakers. When Donald Sterling purchased the team a couple years earlier, he tried to move the team to L.A., but was rebuffed by the NBA. WE ARE EXPANDING IN MAY A DDING 3,200 SQ.FT. OF NEW DEALER S PACE PRIM E RENTAL S POTS AVAILABLE T HE 1S T 30-DAYS I S R ENT FREE Seasons end in upsets In soccer, a gap of one goal can be an eternity. For the Central Flori da Krush U11 team, staring down a 2-1 gap with minutes ticking away on the championship, a win was looking grim. But they didnt give up, Coach Bindy Singh said. They fought Florida Presidents Cup Cham pionship in Auburndale on April 22, battling the Cape Coral Cy clones for two dramatic goals to take the lead and the whistle. The girls then raced around Singh of Winter Springs said never giving up is what is so spe cial about his team. The girls dont back down, thats what has made them so tough, he said. Theyve sur prised everyone. The victory served as an alle gory for a tough season now car ried on their backs in triumph. After a long battle of struggling to win, they became undefeated state champions. I once said they (the team) will win state championships, you could see the potential; it was know it would be this soon. Krush soccer team parent Su san Wilson of Winter Park said to get to the tournament the team had to win 11 back-to-back games, and when they did, it re They earned it, Krush soc of Winter Park said. It wasnt an easy road for them; they had to Both long-time soccer coaches team achieve this goal, by passing along their own skill and deter mination to the girls. They had the skill, but no body was around to mold them, together to mold them and give them discipline and direction. Krush soccer team parent Mark Hamilton of Casselberry said both coaches have inspired his daughter Trinity to pursue her soccer dream through college. Trinity sleeps soccer, Ham ilton said. She doesnt walk through the house, she dribbles her way through. Krush soccer team parent Deb Parent of Winter Springs said the coaches have impacted the team in a tremendous way. We knew that the team could organization. The team accomplished this organization with the help of two new strategy. of how it works, Singh said. It went from one dimensional to ba sically three dimensional. Looking ahead to next season, the team hopes to bring the heart of the game that has driven them this far, even further. Our girls taught me a lesson, to never give up, Singh said. I cant make them play; it has to come from their heart. A seventh-inning rally upended a Hagerty lead and led to a shocker The Huskies had battled their way into the semis with a 4-2 win before traveling to Spruce Creek. In that game they slowly built up a 3-1 lead through the sev enth inning stretch. Then Spruce Creek runs came in a torrent. For the Huskies (23-7-2), it was the end of the season. Bears also fall The seemingly unstoppable Win ter Springs Bears (27-2-1) fell to New Smyrna Beach (16-11) in a The Bears entered the game ranked No. 11 in the nation. The Barracudas lost as much as won. The Bears had the game tied 3-3 going into the bottom of the ninth, after mounting two come backs in the game. Relief pitcher Parker Perez got the loss, but went 2-for-4 at the plate. ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice KRISTY VICKERY The Voice PHOTO COURTESY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA KRUSH The Central Florida Krush U11 team For more information on Central Florida Krush/Kraze Soccer visit cfksoccer.com In the heart of champions
Page 11 nally been arrested for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. A lot of people are wondering what took so long. You know the story of the pro tests and outrage that erupted in Sanford and quickly spread to the rest of the country because of the police departments failure to make an arrest. Because George Zim merman was white (though half His panic) and Trayvon was black, charges of racism were leveled at the police and State I have been trying to sort out my feelings over the matter and wondered why I didnt experience the same level of outrage over the slowness in making an arrest. I guess it was because I am friends for Seminole County and his passion for that there must be some catch with the evidence that prevented an early arrest, That is because the system has basically worked for me over the years, and I trust it. However I began to think about it from the African-American perspective and the system has not worked so well for them. Not so long ago, black Floridians exacted from the people who commit ted the crimes. And back before that the system systematically humiliated, beat, raped and enslaved African-Americans. That sort of memory doesnt fade easily. Even if the legal system works pretty well toward racial equality now, its past fail ures are likely to stir up strong reactions like the ones we have seen over the past month and a half when something even seems to go wrong. When Al Sharpton was here, he likened Sanford to Birmingham and Selma, Ala., during the s. I dont think he was right, but for many African-Americans the slow progress in Trayvon Martins case must have felt like Birmingham and Selma. night. They continue to hurt, and when touched can erupt into open wounds that create outrage. Pain like this does not go away easily Abraham Lincoln addressed this very is sue in relation to the pain of the Civil War if God wills that it continue until all the wealth piled by the bondsmans 250 years of unrequited toil shall be sunk, and until every drop of blood drawn with the lash shall be paid by another drawn with the sword, as was said 3,000 years ago, so still are true and righteous altogether. The pile up even after the Civil War. that God can heal it. St. Paul said that the cross of Christ is able to break down walls of hostility between people (Ephesians 2:14). One of the bright spots of the past couple of months is how the pain of the Sanford situation has brought together black and white pastors across the com munity to pray together for the healing only Christ can bring. For the healing to be real, though, there must be confession. My confession would be that I am only now beginning to catch a glimpse of how deep the pain runs in the hearts of my African-American brothers and sisters. I am so, so sorry, and I will you and try to understand when you hurt. In another place, St. Paul wrote that when one part of the body aches the whole body feels it (1 Corinthians 12:26). If were not feeling it, are we really part of the body? I also want to applaud the graciousness of African-American leaders who have continued to reach out to white leaders even when we didnt understand. That community, which we will especially need as the legal system weighs the evidence in the Trayvon Martin case. Rev. Jim Govatos, senior pastor of Aloma United Methodist Church in Winter Park, has served in fulltime ministry for more than 30 years in places as diverse as Australia, Michigan (brrr!), and Florida. Before moving to Winter Park a little less than two years ago, he served as the senior pastor of Indian River City United Methodist Church in Titusville. A former atheist, Jim is passionate about helping people understand and experience a living faith in Jesus Christ. THIS WEEK in political history May 19, 1715 The colony of New York passes a law making it illegal to gather, rake, take up, or bring to the market, any oysters whatsoever during May, June, July and August. This regulation was only one of many that were passed in the early days of America to help preserve certain species. Heres what kids at Winter Springs Trotwood Park had to say about what makes their moms so special. My mom takes me to lots of places like the PlayPlace. She arranges play dates for me. She cleans the house and I help her too. I love her so much! Delaney S. 6 years old My mom feeds me and plays with me. I love her hotdogs the best. She takes me to sports, and I love her. Riley B. 3 years old My mom is nice and caring. She always goes to our baseball games and plays baseball with us in the backyard. She has a great sense of humor and always makes people laugh. Austin S. 10 years old I love my mom because she is as sweet as the moon. She plays tag with me and helps me clean my room sometimes. On Mothers Day, Ill do some of her chores. Sophia A. 7 years old My mom is always there for me. She helps me with difficult problems. Its nice to have a wonderful mom like her. She helps me balance my homework and all I have to do. Sunjay K. 11 years old I have been reading so many articles on employment lately it is making my head spin. Everyone seems to have an opinion on what recruiters want, and how many seconds it takes for a recruiter to decide to hire you. Is it 3 seconds, as one article states, or 120, as another one says? There is advice on making your resume stand out, video resumes, branding yourself, Here is my bottom line advice from what I have experienced over the years. I ask two questions: Are you getting is a resume problem. If the answer to the second question is no, it may be an inter lot of great competition out there. So, if you are not getting interviews, whether your resume is working for you. The second is to network more. We will also have resume review at the Mayors online at CFEC.org Resumes should be neat, error free for. That 3-second rule is basically, can I follow up. If you are getting interviews without something you did not answer clearly? Did you have rapport with the inter viewers? Did you ask questions? Did you follow up? Remember too, that some interviewers will make you feel really comfortable so you will share, share, share. Stay on topic, ask questions and 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 > What do you need to x? System hasnt worked well for blacks REV. JIM GOVATOS Rev. Jim Govatos THE S T UDEN T S WERE WRAPPING UP T HE SEMES T ER AND DESPI T E T RYING, WERE UNABLE TO MOVE OU T DURING T HE LAS T WEEKS OF T HE T ERM AND EXAMS. SO I HAVE RACKED UP OVER T WO MON T HS OF FINES A T $75 A DAY AND T HEY ARE JUS T NOW GE TT ING OU T. I T HINK T HA T IS GOING TO BE T HE S T RAW T HA T BREAKS T HE CAMELS BACK AND FORCE ME TO WALK AWAY FROM T HE HOUSE. I GUESS T HE CI T Y OF OVIEDO MUS T T HINK T HEY DONT HAVE ENOUGH ABANDONED HOUSES WI T HIN T HE CI T Y LIMI T S. LARRY HOOPER (OWNER OF T HE HOME IN T HE S T ORY T HA T HOUSES SIX COLLEGE S T UDEN T S) Heres what a SeminoleVoice.com reader is saying about the March 7 article No room for rooming houses about the city of Oviedos denying to grant an exception to an ordinance that states no more than three unrelated people can live in a house.
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