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Title: Seminole voice
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Publication Date: 08-24-2012
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Take a quick look around your home, lift up a few items, and its likely youll see Made in China punched into the plastic of your alarm clock, or stamped on a sticker on the bottom of that lamp in your living room. That television, computer and cell phone you use daily probably came from the same place. Its not easy and in some American-made goods to use in place of those made mostly in Southeast Asia. But some local stores are making it a little easier to stock up on made in the USA products, and owners say its be cause of customer demand. More and more custom ers are asking, in fact demand ing, American made, said Linda Semmler, owner of Earth Inspired Living in Winter Park. It makes sense to carry as much as we can, not only American made, but local. Her store, which specializes in home decorating goods, carries paintings by local artists, bags from Maine and home accesso ries from Oregon. Semmler fo cuses on stocking items that are reclaimed, recycled and sustain able. She said customers come in just because she has Americanmade products, and others are surprised when that stamp says Theres one building in the small town of Sanford where looking back is the most im portant thing you can do. Behind the orangered bricks, the towns rich history reposes, walls. Until recently, this felt like a place made only for the fourth-graders who came to explore Grandmas Attic and the pioneers cabin. It was called the Student Museum, af ter all. But now, after a partnership between Seminole County Public Schools and the University of Central Florida, the building thats always treasured the past is glancing a bit into the future. Sanfords Student Mu seum is now called the Public History Center, and plans are moving forward to make this a place where everyone in the community can grab a little of their homes history. It isnt just for fourth-graders its for ev erybody, said Warren Jennison, a volunteer at the Centers unveiling on the morning of year. This is a change thats so worth it. Its the communitys center, said Rosa lind Beiler, UCFs director of public history. It will also preserve a program thats been in danger time and time again because of budget cuts. Its now being run by UCF un will cover operating costs until then. There will be changes to the curriculum, but the Public History Center will continue the very providing cutting edge, hands-on learning. History is fundamental to understand ing who we are, Beiler said. We cant func tion without it. I think history is extremely important because it is a bond that can be shared by a community, said Ashley Wilt, program co ordinator for the Center. In addition to hands-on student learning, the Center will be a place for the public to join their own history, and there are plans Calendar > 7 Check out the ever-expanding monthly Oviedo Farmers Market. Its 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, on the grounds of the Historic Lawton House. Celery Stalks ......................................... 15 Stetsons Corner .................................... 15 Interests .................................................. 4 Calendar .................................................. 7 Athletics ................................................ 13 Ask Sandi .............................................. 14 Young Voices ......................................... 14 Classifieds ............................................. 16 Former Winter Springs official releases book on POW/MIAs Interests > 4 Oviedos Blake Bortles is the lone starting QB for UCF this season Athletics > 13 Sushi Pop may play with menu names, but the food is serious Corner Table > 5 When a bicycle messenger picks up some hot cargo, a dirty cop chases him through New York City. Opening this week: PREMIUM RUSH Six city seats up for grabs More folks on lookout for Made in USA labels School is reborn Three respective seats on both the Winter Springs City Commission and Oviedo City Council open for Candidates have until noon on cumbents, except recently appoint ed Winter Springs Commissioner up qualifying packets to rerun for his or her seat. In Winter Springs, uncertainty for Smiths seat didates, Pamela Carroll and Philip Kaprow, announced their intent to run for Smiths seat. Both applied for the seat when it was vacated by former Commissioner Gary Bonner in June but the Commission ap pointed Smith. At press time, Smith did not im mediately return a request to com SARAH WILSON The Voice Please see ELECTION on page 3 Sanfords Student Museum is now the Public History Center thanks to UCF BRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Seminole County Schools Superintendent Walt Grifn and UCF Director of Public History Rosalind Beiler ring the bell for the rst day of the school year at the opening of the Public History Center on Aug. 13. Please see HISTORY on page 2 BRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Tim Shepardson from TJs Seafood Shack said his family-owned Oviedo res taurant uses mostly locally sourced produce and seafood. Please see AMERICAN on page 3

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Page 2 Gone for now are the talks of clos ing schools in Seminole County to balance the districts budget, and here now are talks of rezoning and voting to raise property taxes Heading into Seminole County SCPS Brian Kelly said the district or, the number may seem small, but the cuts necessary to make it up were substantial, Kelly said. Anytime you have to cut ser vices for the students its never easy, he said. Rather than the massive cuts and talks of school closures that storied last years budget sea son, he said this year is all about the district working with what cient. As students and faculty settle in the new school year, Kelly breaks down the numbers of exactly what it is that theyre less funding for assistant sports to name a few. The school year also brings with it a new superintendent, working to make those numbers work the best he can while also of other district programs, such as the countys virtual school and district marketing initiatives, as well as plans for rezoning schools for next year. We have a great product, but I dont think we have a great man ner of letting everyone know how School Board Member Kar en Almond said changes to the students, but the entire commu nity, so having to make any cuts to school services is never a want, but a necessary need. Were working the best we can to be good stewards of peo ples money, she said. while also working with what the ing of schools within the county is necessary. Overcrowding in some schools, and empty classrooms in others, he said, makes rezoning for next years school year some thing that has to be done to help improve both students classroom environments and school budget ing. The thing that makes it a little more palatable, he said, is that all our schools are great schools. The talk of rezoning rather than school closings has parents at Ge neva Elementary School breath tirelessly to safe their school from budget-fueled proposals of clos ing it last year. Parent Christina Wydra said theres a good chance her daugh ter might no longer fall within Geneva Elementary lines due to her homes distance to the school following rezoning, but that if changing schools is necessary to help the School Board meet its responsible, shell accept the change. Its a really emotional de bate, she said. But I think what the School Board and the parents, hopefully, need to pay attention to is the money and the dollars. With all the changes and the proposed millage increase on the knowledged that the next year is going to be a tipping point for the countys schools as far as funding. It will be a very interesting school year, with the millage and the rezoning theres a lot in the air. Its been like, Hey, welcome Now take on all of this, Wydra said with a laugh. for an oral history studio, work shops and the creation of regional heritage collections. There will be UCF instructors conducting re search with their students. There will be open minds and ears to the communitys ideas on what parts of the citys history needs to be highlighted. Theyre the ones who know it best, Wilt said. Were a town that loves our history, values our history, said Patty Mahany, Sanford city com missioner. Its part of what makes a community a community. The Center will host fun pro grams, including Halloween and Christmas events, and have trav eling and new exhibits to keep the historical content fresh. Not only will it be a place for elementary school students and Sanford residents, but it will also be a learning lab for UCF stu dents. Two classes will be held at the Center and interns will work there, putting what they learn to work as real advocates for the past, actually getting to do pub lic history. Theyll build exhibits and make the Center easier to navigate without a guide. How many students can say they actually walked the walk? said Tina Calderone, chairwoman of the Seminole County School Board. While the lease is for two years, everyone involved hopes that the partnership will last much longer than that. Theyre forming perma nent relationships with commu nity members and have goals that reach further into the future than THIS WEEK in history Sept. 4, 1957 Ford Motor Company unveils the Edsel, the first new automobile brand produced by one of the Big Three car companies since 1938. One reporter called it an Oldsmobile sucking a lemon. In addition, at highway speeds the famous hood ornament had a tendency to fly off and into the windshield. 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 jwfoley@att.net Sandi@ChristianHelp.org SundewGardens@gmail.com KPhillips@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Josh Garrick JoshGarrick9@gmail.com Sarah Wilson, Brittni Johnson Tim Freed, Jason Clary 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. The Public History Center, located at 301 W. 7th St. in Sanford, is now open to the public Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It will not only continue the popular fourth-grade eldtrip program, but also include more community-centered activities, for example workshops, gardening programs and open ears to residents ideas about history projects. For a full breakdown of the Seminole County Public Schools approved 2013 tentative budget, visit http://www.scps.k12..us and click on the -2013 Budget Planning button. On Nov. 6, a referendum will be up to vote for Seminole County residents to decide whether or not to allow the School Board the ability to levy up to one additional mil in property taxes as they deem t for the next four years. Chief Financial Ofcer for SCPS Brian Kelly explains that that one mil would equate to up to $130 additional per year in property taxes for an average Seminole County homeowner with a home valued at $155,000 and $25,000 homestead exemption. Finding solutions for Seminoles budget crisis SARAH WILSON The Voice HISTORY | UCF instructors and student researchers will help transform the History Center interactively C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE PHOTO BY ISAAC BACOCK THE VOICE Less tax dollars for schools has led to cuts, some of which have scared parents into ghting the Seminole School Board to stop closures and zoning changes.

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M ember of(407)-644-6646w w w .aS af eHar b or .c omB ob A dams P r esiden t/CEOA S af eHar bor LL C bob@asaf ehar bor .c om Illustration period: 1-1-2000 though 1-1-2012 FOR LEASING INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT rffntb JOINING NATIONAL TENANTS NOW O PEN 130 E Altamonte Drive Altamonte Springs PictureShow Cinemas ment on whether she plans to run for elec Winter Springs attorney Philip Kaprow back as February. I felt this was the time and the way I could give back to the local Winter Springs and experience in large and small business I have a strong feeling about our city and how it needs to pull through these tough economic times, he said. Well-known Winter Springs resident and volunteer Pamela Carroll has also Only Dragos seat contested in Oviedo cil members Stephen Schenck and Keith Britton remained unopposed for their seats. First-term Councilwoman Cindy with opposition from a candidate she beat Winter Springs Oviedo Regional Chamber of Commerce board member Bob Pollack is challenging Drago. In the two years since he lost the race for the seat wet and dove right into Oviedo city gov making him hopeful that hell have a suc cessful bid this time around. and business would be an asset to the Council as it moves forward with devel opments such as Oviedo on the Park and a planned medical facility rumored to be come a hospital. I think I could really help out in that aspect I want to make sure those projects not only move forward, but the businesses can survive and thrive here, he said. Drago said she wants to retain her seat on Council, and continue moving forward the plans for the city that shes been a part of for the past two years. I think weve been able to build up a good momentum, Drago said. I really want to see this through. Winter Springs and Oviedo each have three respective Commission and Council seats on the ballot in November. For more information about qualifying for the seats, visit wintersprings.org or cityofoviedo.net Candidates looking to qualify (as of Aug. 22): WINTER SPRINGS Seat 1: Commissioner Jean Hovey, incumbent Seat 3: Pamela Carroll, candidate Philip Kaprow, candidate Seat 5: Commissioner Joanne M. Krebs, incumbent OVIEDO Seat 2: Keith Britton, incumbent Seat 3: Stephen Schenck, incumbent Seat 4: Cindy Drago, incumbent Bob Pollack, candidate ELECTION | Only two seats have challengers leading up to election qualifying C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE AMERICAN | Retailers say they look to American-made products for better quality and craftsmanship C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE USA rather than China. Sean Snaith, director of the University of Central Floridas institute for Economic Competitiveness, said anytime theres a recession and an economy is struggling to grow, nationalism develops and people want to support local more. And Winter Parks stores arent the norm. Theyre an exception rather than the rule, Snaith said. This is a trend thats come in and out of fashion numerous times over the years, and if it was a long-standing phenomenon we wouldnt be talking about it. is created. Buying local puts more dollars back into the community versus buying from big box national retailers. Youre making the money move in a much smaller circle, Semmler said. its straight to the wallet. Local goods fre quently cost more, and thats why many consumers go for imports. Theres a reason pop stores close up shop, Snaith said. he said. Scott Sturgill, who owns Durable Safety Products in Longwood, said hed love to go American-made for his business manu customers inquire about American-made, but cant justify the cost when they hear it. At the end of the day the customer deter mines the price, Sturgill said. Benets for retailers But there are still business owners who can take that leap, especially when it comes to smaller retailers and online stores. Sandra Lomowski, who owns Classic Iron Beds and Designer Linens in Winter Park, said its the quality that she loves about selling American. Many of her beds, which teed for two generations. Theyre craftsman, she said. They stand behind their product. She knows where the products come from, how the people who created them were treated, and if its environmentally safe. Theres less of an environmental im pact in shipping just because its not com ing from the other side of the world. Its so important to be proud of what you do, Semmler said. Its also all about supporting each other. Local business owners said they love shop ping in their own towns. At TJs Seafood Shack in Oviedo, owner Tim Shepardson does most of his shopping at local farms. His menu is based on whats in season. He serves are local. Many times, the gator tail on your plate at dinner came from his trip to the farm that morning. To him, its all he meets when shopping for food. Its all about taking care of each oth er, Shepardson said. Youre growing the neighborhood. There are lots of places in Winter Park to shop for local and American-made items, including: Earth Inspired Living, Classic Iron Beds and Designer Linens, The Doggy Door, DeVanes, Ace Metric Cycles, Downeast and Blue Door Denim Shoppe. In Oviedo, TJs Seafood Shack serves mostly local produce and seafood, and at any time 70 to 80 percent of their menu is local.

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Page 4 Siberia. Very few made it back out. Those are the words of Winter Springs Robert Miller, a former U.S. intelligence of ment says were already dead. Sixty-seven years later, Miller said, some of them may still be alive. In the last week of August, Americas Abandoned Sons: The untold story of thousands of US soldiers murdered in the USSR will open up those mysteries again. This time, Miller said, hes hoping that theyll be solved. Names in a box Consider it a personal matter, though for Miller there is no family connection to the missing men. Hes just been too close to the subject to look the other way, he said. with names of soldiers who were never in the wake of the Vietnam War, Miller was tasked to sort out the whereabouts of sol diers who had been captured or disappeared in Southeast Asia. Thats when he started out of place. Wed see things that werent supposed to be there, Miller said. A guy in World War II who was cap tured. A guy in Korea. who had disappeared de cades ago, accidentally mixed in with recent prison ers of war (POW) and men missing in action (MIA). The things that werent and werent ever seen again, Miller said. Thats when Miller started investigating it himself. Millers manner is that of an odd tension between crushing severity under a sheen but raised in the Middle East, his living room mixes dusty Turkish antiquities with a leather-padded bar built from a Corvettes wooden shipping crate. His intrac table persona occasionally exudes Celtic pride when he puts on a kilt and marches in the Scottish Highland Games. The international politics junkie and former commissioner also restores old cars on the side. And then he writes books subjected to such compel ling controversy that theyve raised the eyebrows of his former employers in the fed eral government. Americas Disposable Soldiers, pub War syndrome. Now his newest book delves into more prisons of Siberia, where he said Ameri can soldiers were shipped to work in la bor camps or be killed, taken by the Soviet Union as prisoners of three wars. And it tells readers why it happened, THIS WEEK in human history Sept. 1, 1850 Circus entrepreneur P.T. Barnum brings to the United States Jenny Lind, the greatest opera performer in the world in the mid-19th century. Lind The Swedish Nightingale was a sensation. Her tour is believed to have netted Barnum close to a half-million dollars, an astonishing sum in 1850. 2012 March of Dimes Foundation working together for stronger, healthier babies NOMINATE AN OUTSTANDING NURSEMarch of Dimes Nurse of the Year will honor the contributions of nurses working in Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties who have demonstrated extraordinary patient care, compassion, and service.What are the categories?The Nurse of the Year awards will be presented in 15 categories during an evening celebration at the Walt Disney World Dolphin and Swan Resort on Saturday, November 10, 2012. Categories range from Advance Practice to Student Nurse. Who can nominate a nurse?Anyone can! Patients, co-workers, supervisors, health professionals, and self-nominations are also encouraged. What is the deadline?September 3, 2012Have a question?312.274.8679 Sponsored by Upcoming Events Thursday, September 6th Monthly Luncheon Coming Attractions Thursday, September 6th Breakthrough Fitness After Hours 5:30 7:30pm 269 Aulin Avenue, Oviedo, FL 32765 Come out to Breakthrough Fitness and meet the friendly staff as we celebrate their Second Anniversary. Enjoy food and drinks while checking out the great facility of Breakthrough Fitness. Also, everyone will have the opportunity on winning some great door prizes! Tuesday, August 28th OBJ Lunch & Learn 11am 1pm Oviedo Meeting Rooms, 815 Eyrie Dr., Power Prospecting with Orlando Business Journal, learn how to effectively use OBJ for your business and enjoy lunch at our new lunch and learn location, Oviedo Meeting Rooms. For more info and to register for events go to: www.OviedoWinterSprings.org 11:30am 1:15pm Oviedo Mall Community Room Will feature updates on changes you can expect to see in the near future in the business communities of Oviedo & Winter Springs. Oviedo on the Park, Winter Springs Town Center area and Oviedo Mall will be discussed by our expert panel. Abandoned at war PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Robert Miller was an intelligence ofcer in the Air Force when he learned about soldiers who were trapped in the USSR. His book, at left, is available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble online. ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice Former Winter Springs commissioner writes book seeking answers for forgotten soldiers Please see MILLER on page 6

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Page 5 Its not quite two years since Su Hammock Road in Oviedo, and already Sushi Pop is a food des tination for those who appreciate great food without the pretensions (or the prices) of the white table cloth crowd. Everyone associated with this eclectic take on pop culture and everything-fresh food has come here from some big name background to understandably work with, taste, have fun and serve the food of Owner/Chef Chau. Walking through the front door, under a pink neon sign, you are greeted by the decidedly all-American and always-smiling hostess Kelly, who is rockin it in a blonde ponytail that turns pink halfway down her back. Kelly, ing wall of pink plastic bubbles, walks us by hi-def screens of anime, past a glowing pink sushilamps, to where we found our chopsticks resting with Oriental perfection on a pink glass rock. made pink the color of the year were inspired by Oviedo home of Japanese pop culture. But we need to get to the food, where I intend to do justice to fun to read and, most importantly, our passport to bite after bite of some inventive food in all of Florida. Japanese restaurant menu fun to read really? My friends and I were determined to make a dent in this menu, and spent three hours exploring and tast ing, laughing and sharing, and learning about what a great chef can do when he opens his own restaurant and runs it his way. Take for example the simple edamame bean, served here in pepper and roasted garlic. Ariga to. (Thank you). We now have a new reason to eat this nutritious bean. Or the appetizer that places to eat pork belly inside a tortilla. This invention gives the eatslike-butta pork belly a handheld (and fun) way to get it from the plate to our mouths. It was the Its No Yolk appe tizer of cubed salmon, perfectly spiced and served with an egg of coconut milk and a side of homemade seaweed crackers, that said, Yes, we play with words in the menu, but we never kid with the food. That appe tizers brilliant mix of tastes is a close runner up to the Hamachi Pop appetizer, which was reason sign on Mitchell Hammock Road. An ever-so-lightly seared tuna topped with creamy guacamole and dressed with kimchee vinai grette, this fusion of tastes (from sums up Sushi Pop in one bite. This wonder of tastes had been suggested by our server Andrea who in one (extended) evening became my candidate for Best Smile and Most Knowl edgeable waitperson in Florida. There was simply no question she could not answer, and her suggestions were so spot on that reason to visit this amazing place. One of Andreas wow moments: when she informed us that a cer From the nigiri menu, I tried the yellowtail made special here with a lime-zest sauce the salmon and the Wagyu topped tiny crunch to this bite that is once more surprising and fun. of reinterpreted sushi rolls, I had to try the Hot Mess roll. Its well-earned name comes from a roll that is piled high with all the things that make life worth living; the Hot Mess is made of salmon, avocado, tuna, yellow bacon. With so much happen ing in one roll, the taste is ever changing from one bite to the next. Brilliant. And with a nod to those who want their food cooked, we chose the Surf and Turf, which con sisted of amazingly tasty scal lops and short ribs that had been marinated in wine and miso. The bet-you-cant-eat-just-one short rib literally melts in your mouth. Having heard of the createdtableside Peanut Butter and Jelly Sorbet, we did save room for des sert and marveled as the lovely Andrea returned (with nitrogen canister) to take strawberry juice, stir up a sorbet concoction, top it with shaved peanut butter and then top it all with a lighter-thanair marshmallow foam. Save room. Its all too wonderful to pass up. 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 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) JOSH GARRICK The Voice From the Corner Table Sushi Pop is tasty without pretension The highly recommended Sushi Pop, at 310 W. Mitchell Hammock Road in Oviedo, is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday. Visit Sushipoprestaurant.com or call 407542-5975. PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Unique sushi creations and a funky atmosphere make Sushi Pop a destination restaurant for food lovers who dont want to pay the high price of haute cuisine. AUG. 25 School of Rock presents Come As You Are LIVE! Featuring Sweet AltRock Tunes on Saturday, Aug. 25, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, Aug. 26, at 4 p.m. at the Kee Wee Entertainment Dis trict, 780 E. State Road 434, Winter Springs. The kids will be performing songs from favorites such as Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers and more. Visit oviedo.schoolofrock.com The city of Casselberry is hosting a free Recreation Expo on Saturday, Aug. 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Secret Lake Park Recreation Center located at 200 N. Triplet Lake Drive. Activities will include free youth sports clinics, art demos, yoga, Taekwondo, cheerleading, dance, kayaking and much more. Visit http://bit.ly/O3GqQ2 SEPT. 1 The Oviedo Farmers Market is from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the rst Saturday of every month (next event Sept. 1) on the grounds of the Historic Law ton House, 200 W. Broadway St. Visit OviedoHS.com SEPT. 8 Seminole County Swamp Walk is 8 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Spring Hammock Preserve. Join Sem inole Countys Natural Lands for an adventure through the swamp. Chil dren must have completed fth grade and be accompanied by an adult. Its $3 per person. Pre-registration is re quired. You can sign up at all Seminole County parks. The Literacy Alliance will host free puppet shows and science experi ments for children and families to promote literacy on Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Barnes & Nobles Booksellers at the Oviedo Mall. Puppet shows are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Science experiments are scheduled for 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Visit theli talliance.org Family Dinner & Movie Night at the Geneva Bijou is at 7 p.m. on Sept. 8 at the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E. Main St., Geneva. Cost is $5 donation per person ($3 donation for kids younger than 16). Email GenevaHGS@aol.com to get on the movie club list. SEPT. 9 Join Food Truck Crazy at Oviedo Mall from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 9, (and every second Sunday of the month). Food trucks gather in the northwest parking lot. Visit foodtruck crazy.com SEPT. 12 University of Central Floridas College of Graduate Studies will host the an nual Grad Fair from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, in the Student Union of UCFs main campus. Visit graduate.ucf.edu/GradFair ONGOING Registration is open for fall youth sports at the Oviedo YMCA, 7900 Red Bug Lake Road. Basketball and ag football registration runs through Oct. 14 with the season running from Nov. 10 through Jan. 12. Children in PreK through 10th grade are invited to register. Contact jmedevic@cfymca. org or 407-359-3606, extension 228. The Seminole State College Plan etarium presents Central Florida Nights from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on Aug. 31. Visit seminolestate.edu/planet Visit SeminoleVoice.com for more details on these events. Email submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com

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Page 6 and why it will likely happen again. A shameful silence When added to the thousands still MIA in the Soviet Union from World War II, the story, if made public, threatens both the new Russian leadership and those in the United States who would pre fer this saga never be publicly re visited, George Rossbach wrote about the episode in the books forward. Rossbach helped Miller gather information for the book from inside Eastern Europe.In the months leading to the end of WWII in Europe, the U.S. wanted the Soviets to declare war on Ja pan to help end WWII. The Sovi ets, who had detained American soldiers who were former prison ers of Nazi Germany, wanted the U.S. to pay them per soldier that they returned, ostensibly to help with the reconstruction of the war-torn Soviet Union. The Sovi ets were supposed to help bring the American troops back home. That didnt happen. The United States succeeded in getting the Soviet Union to de clare war on Japan, but the Soviets continued to hold the soldiers. For six months we couldnt account for our POWs, Miller said. And that time we knew if we pushed too hard it might jeop ardize things. Then the U.S. began receiving reports that Soviets were loading troops onto trains and shipping them east to Odessa, in southern Ukraine, then to Siberia. They were sending American soldiers to work camps, Miller said. Stalin was an incredibly evil man, Miller said. He made Hit ler look like a Boy Scout. He held them hostage, and he never told us he had them unless he had to, and he never had to, so he never did. It was a pattern that would continue as the Soviet Union failed to return soldiers as Ameri can families waited for years the U.S. government usually told them that their loved ones had died. Then after the Korean War, it happened again. numerous reports stated that not only did Americans remain cap tive in North Korea, but also some Americans had been transferred to China and the Soviet Union and remained prisoners there, author, former NATO spokesman and veteran war correspondent Last Seen Alive: The Search for Missing POWs from the Korean War. Disappearing history hearings, led by former soldiers out what had happened to thou sands of missing U.S. soldiers in Vietnam. That soon expanded to Korea and WWII, with a number congressional investigators soon found leads going cold as soon as they were discovered, just like Miller soon would. American embassy was tipped Ukraine knew about soldiers who had been imprisoned there. When they got to the town, the Russians explained that there had destroyed all the records, and incidentally nobody has any rec ollection of any American being here, Miller said. contacted by a man who wanted to see him in South Florida. He had some information about the POWs, obtained by an informant in Russia. Miller would have to go to Washington, D.C., to meet a secondary contact. But after a chain of phone calls led to a dead end, Miller said he contacted the mysterious South Florida man again, and the man denied ever talking to him. A few years later, documents that Miller had pulled from the National Archives in Washington, D.C., for research about missing soldiers began disappearing from the archives. The mens names no one knows where they are. Closure Thats why he wrote his book, he that began more than half a cen tury ago and spanned three wars. Thats what I hope will come as a result of this, Miller said. Well acknowledge that we know who they are, we know where they were, and that we know that they never came back. That would to close. The families of more than know what happened when their we didnt bring them back. 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Page 7 THIS WEEK Seminole County Animal Services will be showcasing its overlooked pets at its Adopt an Underdog or Wondercat Week through Sunday, Aug. 26. Its at 232 Bush Blvd. in Sanford. Visit seminolecounty adoptions.petnder.com AUG. 24 Love Your Shorts Film Festival will host its Summer Rewind on Friday, Aug. 24, at the Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford. Tickets are $5. Contact 407406-4628 or Kmyer@aol.com AUG. 25 The Seminole County Master Gardener Program is from 9 a.m. to noon on Sat urday, Aug. 25, at the Seminole County Extension Services Auditorium, 250 W. County Home Road in Sanford. Cost is $10. Call 407-665-5550 or email afer rer@seminolecounty.gov A free Spiritual Discussion Group is 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, inside the Serenity Centers CommUNITY Space at 2040 Winter Springs Blvd. Call 407-7198883. AUG. 26 An Archeological Open Lab Day will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 26, at the Museum of Geneva History located on 165 First St. This event is free. AUG. 27 Winter Springs will hold a municipal election on Tuesday, Nov. 6, to elect a commissioner for Seat One, Seat Three and Seat Five. Qualifying to run for any of these seats begins at noon on Monday, Aug. 27, and ends at noon on Friday, Aug. 31. Call 407-327-5955. Winter Springs City Commission meet ings take place on the second and fourth Monday of each month (Aug. 27, Sept. 10, Sept. 24) at 5:15 p.m. in the Winter Springs City Hall Commission Chambers. Visit wintersprings.org to view the agen da or listen to the meeting online. AUG. 28 Building the Ultimate Business Plan will be from 9 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Aug. 28, at the SBDC at Seminole State Colleges Oviedo Campus, Building E. Register here: http://bit.ly/NTY9b1 AUG. 30 The 2012 Taste of Sanford is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30, in the Sanford Civic Center, 401 E. Seminole Blvd. in Sanford. The cost is $25. Call 407-322-2212. The next YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program will begin Thursday, Aug. 30, at the Oviedo YMCA. It is group-based and delivered more than 16, one-hour core sessions. Contact alongnion@cfymca.org or 407-359-3606. AUG. 31 Country Night featuring the Jager Girls with games and giveaways is at 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 31, at The Black Hammock, 2356 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road, Oviedo. Reservations are required. Call 407-365-1244, extension 101. SEPT. 1 The Oviedo Farmers Market is from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the rst Saturday of every month (Sept. 1 this month) on the grounds of the Historic Lawton House, 200 W. Broadway St. Visit OviedoHS.com SEPT. 4 The Winter Springs Police Department will be holding a Citizens Police Acad emy starting Tuesday, Sept. 4 and running through Nov. 6 on Tuesday nights from 6 to 9 p.m. Visit http://bit.ly/MhGXYS SEPT. 5 A Photography Class Project presented by Crealde School of Art runs from 3 to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 5, for at least eight weeks at the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E Main St., Geneva. Call 407-3495112. Extension Master Food and Nutrition Volunteer Training is Sept. 5 through Dec. 5. Develop expertise in Food Safety and Nutrition and share information with others. Visit this link to sign up: http://bit. ly/NTY9b1 SEPT. 6 The Monday, Sept. 3, Oviedo City Coun cil meeting is rescheduled for Thursday, Sept. 6, because of Labor Day. Oviedo City Council meetings typically take place on the rst and third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers. Visit cityofoviedo.net to view the agenda. SEPT. 7 The 11th Annual Kids House Klassic is at 1 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 7, at Alaqua Coun try Club, 2091 Alaqua Drive, Longwood. This golf tournament will feature 18-holes of golf, course contests, an awards din ner, a silent auction and more. Contact 407-324-3036 or dearth@kidshouse.org SEPT. 8 The second annual TEARS Adopt Me event featuring the homeless animals of Seminole County Animal Services goes from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8, at Pet Paradise, located on 110 W. First St. in Sanford. From 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8, jazz sensation Nestor Torres will be perform ing live during the free Latin Jazz Con cert at Lake Concord Park located behind Casselberry City Hall at 95 Triplet Lake Drive. Visit casselberry.org Rubble Rousers will be on display at Jeanine Taylor Folk Art, located at 211 E. First St. Sanford, in September, with an artists reception from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sat urday, Sept. 8. Visit jtfolkart.com SEPT. 9 The Seminole County Public Library Sys tem presents Florida mystery writer Tim Dorsey from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on Sun day, Sept. 9, at the East Branch Library, locted at 310 Division St., Oviedo. Its free. Call 407-665-1560. American Foundation for Suicide Preven tions Out Of The Darkness Community Walk 5k is at 8 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 9, at the Oviedo Mall. Check-in time is from 7 to 8 a.m. Contact kmoody55@c.rr.com Join Food Truck Crazy at Oviedo Mall from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 9, (and every second Sunday of the month). Food trucks gather in the northwest parking lot. Visit foodtruckcrazy.com SEPT. 13 Pop-Up Pianos Seminole will start its new 2013 painted pianos season at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13, at Steinway Piano Galleries at 303 E. Altamonte Drive. Its free. Call 407-339-3771. 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SCHOOL NEWS Tuskawilla Middle raises $5K for cancer research Students, teachers and volunteers at Tuskawilla Mid dle School in Winter Springs came together during the 2011 2012 school year to raise $5,336.89 in the Olive Gardens Pasta for Pennies fundraising pro gram. The program, a partnership between the Leu kemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Dardens Ol ive Garden Restaurants, raised more than $660,000 in the Northern and Central Florida Chapter School & Youth Program during the 2011 2012 school year. Funds raised support blood cancer research and pa tient services. Its almost unbelievable to me that one school can raise so much money to help nd a cure for blood cancers, said Kelley Lesperance, Executive Director of the Northern and Central Florida Chapter of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. For more information, visit schoolandyouth.org/ nc New high school practice procedures New Florida High School Athletic Association proce dures are in place to protect youths in school sports. Under the new policies, schools must: student-athletes get a minimum ve-minute rest and hydration break. dent-athletes at all times. deny a student-athlete access to water if requested. Visit FHSAA.org for more information. Oviedo students start school at FIT The following local students began studies at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne last week: bachelors degree in mechanical engineering. bachelors degree in computer science. BIZ NEWS Oviedo simulation rm gets boost from city The Oviedo City Council approved participation with Seminole County and the state of Florida to provide economic development assistance to the expanding Oviedo-based computer simulation and training rm Design Interactive Inc. Design Interactive, a womanowned company founded in 1998, is adding 12 new simulation and software engineer positions to its cur rent staff of 32 to keep pace with increased demand. The new positions will be lled during the upcom ing year with average annual salaries of more than $75,000. Design Interactive may receive the local and state assistance if it creates the new jobs at the proposed salary levels within the proposed one-year timeframe, and maintains those positions for at least two years. The assistance package includes a Jobs Growth Incentive cash award from the city of Oviedo coupled with a corporate tax refund program through the state of Florida that will include local participation by the city and Seminole County. The overall value of the assistance package is $84,000. The estimated positive economic impact from the 12 new positions created will be about an additional $1.6 million per year in money that will be owing into the Oviedo and Seminole counties economies. Visit designinter active.net Oviedo on the Park gains momentum NAI Realvest in Maitland recently negotiated the sale of 54 acres off Mitchell Hammock Road and Oviedo Boulevard in Oviedo that is destined for development as a new urban city center. NAI Realvest principal Thomas E. Hankins, CCIM, SIOR, and associate Eric Parrs negotiated the transaction representing the seller, GAHA Oviedo LLC of San Diego. PAC Land Development, a Winter Park rm, paid $6.6 million to acquire the property, which includes almost all of the land designated in the mixed-use Oviedo on the Park PUD development plan approved by the city of Oviedo and entitled for about 1,478 multi-family units, 192,000 square feet of retail fa cilities and 60,000 square feet of ofce space. PAC Land Development is working diligently with the city of Oviedo to modify the entitlements and phasing, so they can break ground on this project soon, Hankins said. The city of Oviedo is committed to moving the project forward. The city is participating in the proj ect with a signicant voter-approved contribution to the streetscape and greenscape design and infra structure, Hankins added. Town Center building built out Cuhaci & Peterson Architects based in Orlandos Baldwin Park recently completed the design interiors for a 6,000-square-foot building located at Winter Springs Town Center in Winter Springs. Lonnie Peter son, chairman at Cuhaci & Peterson Architects, said ISIS owns the free-standing building. Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Governor tours Lake Mary High Gov. Rick Scott toured Lake Mary High School on Friday, Aug. 10. The governor started the morning by visiting classrooms and talking with several innovative teachers about their course work and how they pre pare their students for careers and the workforce. He then hosted a 90-minute roundtable discussion with ofcials including Seminole County School Board Chairman Dr. Tina Calderone, Valeria Brown of Jackson Heights Middle and Seminole County Teacher of the Year, Marie Causey of Oviedo High, Seminole State College President Dr. Ann McGee and Superintendent Walt Grifn. The governor encouraged the participants to continue to communicate with him so that he can have a clear understanding of the challenges educators face and collaborate with them to provide solutions. Seminole State students go to GOP Convention Three Seminole State honors students will be attending the GOP National Convention in Tampa Aug. 27-30 under the auspices of The Washington Center. Seminole States Student Affairs Division is paying the program fee for Kevin Heckle, 19 (pictured), of Oviedo; the Honors Institute is sponsoring Dominic Homac, 19, of Altamonte Springs; and state Rep. Chris Dorworth is sponsoring Joshua Nawrocki of Largo. 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Page 9 Harriett Lakes closet is every girls dream, and about as big as an average apartment. Racks upon racks of designer clothes dangle from a moving rod, and just a push of a switch sends them swinging gracefully left and right. Its a show on its own, but then there are the shoes, coordi nated by color, and the hats at last count there were about 1,600, with the total growing by the day. An air-conditioned garage houses more hats sorted again by color, and her delicate furs, which the cool air purrs on. I will get attached to some thing and wear it twice, Lake said. The Longwood resident is known around Winter Park, of course, for her wardrobe and fa mous hats, but also for her phi lanthropy. Lake, 90, came to Or lando from Miami with her late husband, Hymen Lake, a lawyerturned-land developer in 1958. Some great investments, includ ing buying some marshy land at what is now Sand Lake Road, helped earn the money Lake now happily gives away. She donates to more than 180 charities a year, dren, curing cancer and the arts. Only the IRS knows, but its Lake said. Lately shes given $1 million to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, $100,000 to the Orlando Shakespeare Theater and $100,000 to the Orlando Ballet, just to name a few. She sponsors Harrietts Park Avenue Fashion Week, which culminating with a runway show on Oct. 20. Lakes advocacy and gener ous donations have made the arts scene in Central Florida what it is today, said Shannon Lacek, the managing director for the Orlan do Shakespeare Theater. Without her support things said Robert Hill, artistic director for the Orlando Ballet. She has made it a part of her life, Lacek said. Its how she lives and breathes. But she said her motives are much art for her to love growing up in a small town in Pennsylva nia, and now she gives to make sure it stays around. Theres noth ing like watching the ballet, which she calls wild and beautiful, or watching as a story unfolds before her eyes at the theater. Weve got a few actors and actresses in this town that bring to life stories beyond your imagi nation, Lake said. Youre trans ported into another world and think of things youve never thought about. [The arts] can change your life. The camaraderie of hundreds of people watching the same per seeing, hearing, thinking the same thing all together. The beginning of a passion Lakes passion for the arts doesnt come from her own drive to create dancer when she was 5, she jokes. But even though she wont take claim to being an artist, it takes a great eye to see fashion and make it your own the way she does. Her the young age of 5 or 6. The wom an across the road got her grand children high-fashion duds from New York City and gave Lake the hand-me-downs. She remembers marveling over the detail and craftsmanship, even then. And she was hooked. said. The only time Lake took a hiatus from fashion was her time in the Marine Corps Womens Reserve as a bookkeeper during World War II. She made a prom ise to herself after those two and a half years to never wear green again. She only broke that prom ise when she bought a vibrant green turban worn by Elizabeth Taylor, and she forgives herself for that one. While she imagines the ward robe of Beyonce would be her choice for a closet swap in her younger days bare and wild has her name written all over it, and she loves a good mini dress. Today, Barbara Walters and Queen Elizabeth with her silk coats and lovely hats take her top spots. Lake never leaves home without one of her signature hats. Her fa vorite, made after one Sarah Jes sica Parker wore in her wedding with white tulle and a blue bird, is enough to transform her, its so special, she said. And theres no way hats are a thing of the past. Girls love hats, are you kid ding? she said. The one thing she wont do for fashion, though, is head to the In ternet. Shed be tormented by the beautiful pieces she didnt buy, so shed have to just buy everything that caught her eye. I wouldnt dare get online, thatd be the end of me, she said. I cant resist. But a good shopping spree can three hip replacements, heart sur gery, being 90, it all disappears. The minute I walk into a shop my adrenaline kicks in and I for get, she said. And its not just clothing or the arts that she loves its people. Shes free and genuine with her compliments, and words like just reserved for things. Her hu mor is what most say make her the woman she is. Hill, with the Orlando Ballet, said just thinking about her gives him the kind of smile you get when youre about to laugh, she makes him so happy. Hes never and many may agree met anyone quite like Harriett Lake. Shes a unique genuine, authentic, no-nonsense, says what she thinks, thinks what she says woman, Hill said. 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Longwood resident Harriett Lake is known around town for her big fashion and big heart BRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice TOP: ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE RIGHT: PHOTO COURTESY OF SHELLEY LAKE ABOVE: Harriett Lake, right, in her favorite signature hat, watches the runway show held during last years Harrietts Park Avenue Fashion Week. RIGHT: Lake poses in one of her many fashion-forward outts. She has 1,600 pairs of shoes, just to give you an idea of what her closet looks like. Generous fashionista

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Ef fective Oct. 1, any person currently issued a blue permanent disabled parking permit must renew their permit every four years. In addition, already in effect, if your blue permanent disabled parking permit is lost or stolen, a replacement will only be issued if you submit the same documentation re quired for renewals. The new law does not affect red temporary disabled parking permits, nor people who have disabled (wheelchair) license plates. Visit www.octaxcol.com for more information. Have a lost seniors action plan Senior Helpers, one of our nations largest in-home care companies for seniors, has launched the Se nior Lost and Found Action Plan. Its a checklist for families to follow if their elderly loved one gets separated or lost: an If Im Lost folder on the home screen. In the folder, include the seniors family and caregiver numbers, 911, a cab company phone number and the seniors home address. cell phone. Make sure they have one for their car and they know how to use it. nent information in your seniors wallet and attach it to their car visor. come in very fashionable designs. painting or hanging posters on the inside of doors to disguise them as bookshelves or other furniture can often deter a senior from attempting to walk out. alerts those at home whenever a door is opened. This comes in handy especially in a two-level home. Security systems also offer this type of alarm. givers provide personal information that would be critical in a search and rescue effort, such as name, height, weight, etc. tend to recall former homes, occupations and other milestones as though they are present day. Some seniors with dementia are wandering in attempt to return to their roots. their ankles, wrists or even in their shoes. To learn more visit www.seniorhelpers.com. There, you can also request a complimentary Se Send submissions to jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Feel what its like to have dementia Simple tasks like writing a letter, folding laundry and setting the table are incredibly complex for patients with dementia. This became self-evident to Jewish Pavilion staff and volunteers when they participated in for people who are interested. Call 407-678-9363 to add your name to the list. Pictured is Toby Vandemark Seniors have their own Olympic fun The swoosh of basketballs going through the net, the clank of golf balls landing in the cup and the sound of laughter lled the air during the rst annual Senior Health Care Olympics held in Winter Park on July 10. The commu nity event brought together about 150 area seniors from local health care facilities, their friends and family, volunteers and health care professionals representing nearly 20 health care providers. Hosted by Westchester of Winter Park Assisted Living Facility, the Olympics featured resident teams from Westchester, Orlando Health and Rehab Center, OLT-Windsor Place, Chambrel at Island Lake, Re In addition to basketball and stationary cycling, the Olympic athletes also took part in low-impact vol leyball, archery, shot put and golf. The events were designed to be fun and allow participants of all skill levels and mobility to participate. Pictured, Esther OKeefe, from Renaissance Retirement Living Facility Community, participates in archery. Flexing your compassion muscle by talking about it. Children must practice compassion in their daily lives. Inspiring a spirit of volunteering in elementary and middle school helps kids develop their compassionate muscles elementary and middle school-aged children is akin to developing muscle strength. The more you use your muscles, the stronger they get. Price says that children can learn to feel connected to their communities and know they can make a difference in the world through acts of compassion. The Jewish Pavilion is a non-prot that encourages people of all ages to interact with seniors who reside in independent, assisted and skilled nursing communities. They have worked with Congregation Ohev Shalom, Temple Israel, Beth Chaim and Shir Shalom. The Children from Congregation Ohev Sha lom (Marc is pictured) have had extra practice through visiting their elders on a monthly basis. Visit www.jewishpavilion.org for more information.

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Page 13 THIS WEEK in sports history Sept. 5, 1972 group of Palestinian terrorists storms the Olympic Village apartment of the Israeli athletes, killing two and taking nine others hostage. The terrorists were part of a group known as Black September. Your Painful, Unsightly Veins can be a thing of the past and NOW TREATED THROUGH INSURANCE! Youll meet with one of our specially-trained practitioners who will provide you with a unique and comprehensive vein treatment plan. Call today for a FREE vein screening! 321-397-0692(Good through August 31, 2012)Most insurances accepted 2830 Casa Aloma Way Winter Park, FL 32792321-397-0692 the University of Central Florida gearing But a cloud may hang over them all sea son, and its not their 5-7 record from last year. For a team that opened the 2011 sea son with a 62-0 touchdown party against Charleston Southern, that record was al ready a disappointment. But then recruit ment violations shocked the school in the postseason and turned into a bowl and postseason suspension for the Knights football team. An appeal to the NCAA to remove the bowl ban could help the Knights this sea son, depending on when the NCAAs re view of the case comes to fruition. If the NCAA doesnt review the appeal by the end of the season, the Knights could be playing in a bowl game this season, assum ing they better last years losing record. If anything could have helped the game. Thats how much or less that one play away in each direction could have changed the game, Head Coach George That could depend largely on consisten that, the Knights may have a cure: After full-time quarterback. After strong showings last season and a big spring game, Oviedo High School grad Blake Bortles is readying for a second sea son with the Knights as the man at the helm. Though hes only a sophomore, UCFs head play caller already distinguished himself as lead some of the Knights more memorable late-game scoring drives. He threw for 958 a nearly 70 percent completion rate in his freshman season. But in switching to Bortles full time, the Knights will gain the arm and lose the legs of their sometimes unstable twoquarterback dynamic from 2011, with the pass-heavy attack of Bortles and the optionshake up defenses, though Bortles began season. contention for a QB slot in the spring, de ciding to work on skills as a wide receiver. Thats a new role for Godfrey, who oper ated largely as a pass-capable running back while under center. Only in a few oddball plays last season did he ever have the op portunity to show his receiving ability. But he already knew the position, he said. Coach told me to learn all of the posi Godfrey told UCF News and Information in early August. Playing quarterback, I knew where everyone was going on every play, and basically I knew every position. With key players returning on de caught some notice from national polls. They grabbed four votes in the AP Top 25, enough to put them in the list of notable also-rans just beyond the 25th slot. Theyre one of only two Conference USA teams to make the cut, with Houston getting a single vote. Knights fans may already have an idea of whether the polls were right by the time Knights start the season with two road games, Aug. 30 and Sept. 8 before returning home to host FIU at 4 p.m. Sept. 15. Knights ready for kickoff ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE UCF quarterback Blake Bortles, above with football, has been handed the reins as the teams lead quarterback in the upcoming season. The Oviedo High School alumnus is in his sophomore year.

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Page 14 THIS WEEK in political history Sept. 2, 1987 flew his Cessna plane into Red Square in May 1987, begins in Moscow. Rust had become an international celebrity after he flew completely undetected through Soviet airspace. At his trial, Rust claimed he was merely trying to promote world peace. I like to play catcher and throw people out. This is my second season playing softball. To be a good catcher you have to have a good arm and accu racy and you have to practice. Ashley P. 10 years old I like swinging the bat and running from one base to the other. Ive played baseball for a couple of years. Ive played the shortstop, who gets the ball if the pitcher misses it. Hunter M. 8 years old What I like about baseball is getting dirty. Ive played almost all of the positions like third base and the outfield. We have to practice. Ive played for a few seasons. Aidan M. 10 years old I really like catching the baseball and my glove helps me catch it. Baseball is fun and I like hitting the ball. I like our coach, and he bosses us around. Teddy M. 7 years old Ive played softball for two seasons. I like being outside and I like play ing shortstop. As shortstop you have to know when to move over if the pitcher moves toward third base. Nicole S. 9 years old Heres what kids at Winter Springs Central Winds Park Babe Ruth registration like about baseball and softball. 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 > EMPLOYMENT Ask Sandi Oviedo received good news from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) this year. Each year the FDLE publishes the Uniform Crime Report (UCR), which outlines the crime rate and the arrest rates in each municipality. This years report shows the overall crime rate in Oviedo decreased by 9.8 percent, while arrests for all crimes increased by.98 per cent, from the 2010 levels. What does this mean for Oviedo? This streets keeping citizens safer by taking committed, larceny and aggravated as sault were the most-frequent crimes that and each of these saw reductions in the number committed. Arrest rates for these crimes did in crease with larceny arrests up 2.9 percent from 2010 and aggravated assault arrests up 52.2 percent over 2010. Upon closer these types of crimes, we see there was a reduction of 11.6 percent for larcenies committed, from 438 in 2010 to 387 in 2011 and an increase in the number of aggra vated assaults by 10.3 percent from 58 in 2010 to 64 in 2011. In 2011, the city implemented the Crime-Free Multi-Housing program in local apartment properties around the city. This is a state-of-the-art crime prevention program designed to reduce crime, drugs and gangs on apartment properties. There are three phases to the program and all must be completed under the supervi sion of the local police department. Two Crime Free Multi-Housing program in place, the city foresees another reduction in the crime rate for 2012. This data is available at http://bit. ly/AfcEKL, under the Annual County County and Municipal Arrest Data. Be a part of the Christmas Bike Program people have a great story to tell about that feeling of freedom set of wheels. A small but enthusiastic group of local citizens have been helping to make this special memory for underprivileged chil dren for 11 years. With the support of the Oviedo and Winter Springs rotary clubs and many caring individuals, more than 2,000 new bikes, with helmets and locks, have been donated to Seminole County children at Christmas time and also mili tary families who have a spouse deployed overseas. So many of those that have contributed to the Christmas Bike Program thank us purchase a new bike, and deliver it them selves to the central location. Or, if you are unable to purchase the bike yourself, make a donation, perhaps in the name of your own children, as one of their Christ mas presents. Our program and golf tournament has been written up by Seminole Voice, Tuscawilla Today Magazine and also Oviedo-Winter Springs Life Magazine. The person who started the program has been honored by the Orlando Magic for This year will be our third annual Christmas Bike Program golf tournament at Twin Rivers Golf Course on Oct. 19 to raise money to buy more bikes, helmets and locks for the kids. We are looking for sponsors, players, donations, door prizes, etc., to help make our tournament a suc cess. You can sign up online or make a dona tion by going to Christmasbikeprogram. com. On this website you can see what we our 501(c)(3) for your records. Christmas Bike Program committee member Oviedos Literacy Alliance spices up reading Lawrence Clark Powell, librarian and author, once said, Write to be under stood, speak to be heard, read to grow. This quote perfectly sums up my favorite Alliance. Based in Oviedo, their central mission is to foster a positive relationship between books and todays youth. The organization draws from a variety of volunteers. They come from many areas of the community, including Boys and Girls Town youth, high school and college librarians currently working in the library system. The common denominator of these volunteers is a love of reading and learning and a desire to share that love with their community. The volunteers enthusiasm spills over into the many programs that the group less shelters and special events such as the UCF Book Fair. Working in the Central Florida area since 2003, The Literacy Alli ance has held over 70 events over the past children and teens. They dont just focus on reading, either. The Literacy Alliances programs include improvisational and scripted puppet shows, skits, magic tricks, songs and From browsing the kudos theyve received on their website, http://thelital liance.org, its evident that the group is sionalism, and middle schoolers go out of their way to procure copies of the books that The Alliance features. One quote from a local seventh-grader best captures their essential quality, which is to smash pre conceived notions about learning: Thank you for coming to our school I thought you were going to be boring, but I was way wrong. Visit http://thelitalliance.org. Or you can follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Emily Williams I hear many complaints that all applica tions are online these days. The process can be long and cumbersome. For some people it is just downright intimidating. I have found, though, that there are still places accepting paper applications. My daughter is moving for college, and she went job searching a few weeks before her move-in date. She will prob ably not have a car so she had to go places within walking distance of where she will live. She spent a full day going door-to-door to places she was interested in working. Some did tell her to apply online, but others let her do a written application. plication, and they were doing group interviews. She let them know she would not be down in time for the group interview, but that she would really love to work for them. They proceeded to ask her some more questions and then asked if she would be interested in cashiering. She responded that she loved cashiering and would be glad to. They scheduled a personal interview for her. At many of our job fairs, people have the opportunity to talk to an interviewer. interview and a thank you, we will get back to you can be as simple as attitude about a position and respond positively are more likely to get a second glance. Job searching is never fun, but if you have a plan and show enthusiasm, your go up. Your attitude means a lot OVIEDO CITY TALK Letters to the editor HAVE AN OPINION? Send your thoughts (400 words or less) to Managing Editor Jenny Andreasson at jandreasson@turnstilemediagroup.com Crime decreases in Oviedo

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Page 15 adding water and keeping it in warm sunlight does not sound all that astonish ing, but when was the last time you went hungry? To see a tiny green sprout rise above the soil as a seed germinates, to control the sun, rain and environ ment of a growing plant, and to realize that this life will soon be food for our families is what keeps us tethered to our human ity more than most other endeavors. I still feel the sighting of leaves break ing the soil after waiting those several days after planting. This initial chapter in a plants life is the best time to invest in quality, espe Seeds contain enough plant food to sprout compost and fertilizer for the production phase of gardening. Construct a germina tion station to keep the sprouting location of irrigation splashing. The majority of vegetable crops we grow at Sundew Gardens are started as transplants. While the transplants are growing in the greenhouse, a concurrent crop might still be in the ground. The only plants directly seeded to the garden beds are carrots, beans and radishes. To pot with soil, poke a quarter-inch impres sion into each corner, and drop two or three seeds into each dimple. Cover the seeds with a thin layer of potting soil and water carefully. When transplanting to the to create four seedlings, one from each corner. I start a dozen tomatoes, peppers or eggplant seeds in a small pot. After sprout ing, use a kitchen fork to lift and separate individuals for planting into their own best with plants we grow all the way to fruiting stage. Cucumbers and squash are started with two seeds in each pot. Bump up the whole root ball to a larger-size pot, and then grow it out to then plant to the garden. Plant scallion seeds like you would on a Chia Pet, creating a carpet of sprouts. At 3 inches of growth, remove the pot and in length. Separate the onion sprouts, los ing the potting soil in the process. Finely cultivate a garden space and set the indi vidual green onion sprouts about 1 inch with compost and prepare to be amazed! A great celebration was held Saturday morning at The Oviedo Malls Chil drens Playground Area. It is a new spot in the food court for the little ones to play safely with parents watching in the play area. They have such cute little sea bridge and a few other items to romp and climb on. I liked the carpet best There were lots of VIPs there for the ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the malls new addition to our muchneeded shopping center. Its certainly a welcome addition. Join the Womans Club Would you like to become a member of the GFWC Oviedo Womans Club? We would love to have you as a member. The GFWC Womans Club is hosting an Open House for prospective new mem bers Sept. 6 from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. Please join us to learn about our phil anthropic endeavors in the community, especially our annual Great Day in the Country and how you might be able to balance hard work with plenty of fun activities. Bring a friend and join us for sweet and savories at our clubhouse, 414 King St., Oviedo. RSVP is not re quired but appreciated at 407-432-9333. Visit www.oviedowomansclub.org for more information. The womans club the near 2012-2013 year on Sept. 14. Taste of Sanford Lets go to the 2012 Taste of Sanford 5-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30, at the Sanford Civic Center, 401 E. Seminole Blvd., Sanford. The Greater Sanford Regional Chamber of Commerce event will feature samplings of area restau rants signature cuisines. Portion of the fund. The cost is $25 per person and if you need more information, please call 407-322-2212. Family Dinner & Movie Night Saturday, Sept. 8, is Family Dinner & Movie Night at the Geneva Bijou. Do come around 6:30 p.m. if you want to ($1.50/slice). Then enjoy the night of old-fashioned fun at 7 p.m. at the Rural Heritage Center, 101 E. Main St. We ap preciate a $5 donation per person and $3 donation for children younger than 16. You may email your address to us at GenevaHGS@aol.com to get on the movie club list. Newcomers luncheon Coming up shortly is the Newcomers of Central Floridas Thursday, Sept. 20, luncheon program that will feature a speaker from the Florida Hospital who will discuss How to Start Your Journey to a Health 100. Its at the Westin Lake Mary, 2974 international Parkway, Lake Mary. Contact 407-366-9084 or visit Autumn Rock n Run The Autumn Rock n Run 5k is 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 15, at Lake Con cord, 95 Triplet Lake Drive in Casselber ry. The event will feature high energy, Park. The race sets the stage for the sec ond annual Battle of the Bands, where Cancer Foundation and cultural arts organizations in Casselberry. The cost of the race is $24-$30, depending on registration date. Call 407-262-7700, Farmers Market Dont forget to visit Oviedo Historical Societys Farmers Market coming come Saturday, Sept. 1, located in front of the Lawton House 200 W. Broadway Ave. The market opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 1 p.m. The farmers market has lots of goodies for all. See you there. A thought What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to what lies within us. Ralph Waldo Emerson State Road 46: Dig Genevas past and widen its future? Starting seeds for the autumn garden Play area is perfect No matter their size, museums reveal small personal stories and big-picture perspec tives. Those of us who are attracted to ing. The Museum of Geneva History is a quiet treasure that serves as a portal to our past yet keeps our traditions relevant and preserved for the future. On the second and fourth Sunday of each month Genevas museum is open to the public from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. What a surprise when new visitors begin to discover the unique contents within its modest rooms. It is said that a museum must renew its collections to stay alive, and the Museum of Geneva History continu ously refreshes its many treasures. Stop by and see farm and ranch tools, musical instruments, Indian artifacts, military uniforms, household items, maps, books, toys and more. Learn more about the Museum of Geneva history at http://bit.ly/ Nl1A6M Fort Lane Archaeological Lab Day Sunday Aug. 26, the museum will host a special event that is free to the public. Kevin Gidusko, outreach coordinator for the Florida Public Archaeology Network for the East Central Region of Florida, will be Lane Park. Over the last two years, Phase 1 of an archaeological survey was conducted and more valuable information was discov ered about the native people who inhabited the area. Gidusko was a co-investigator dur ing this process and will share items found as well as the process involved in archaeo logical lab work. This is a cool opportunity for kids of all ages who are fascinated by Public meeting: widening State Road 46 through Geneva Mark your calendars to attend the Public In formation Meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 29, between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Seminole County Services Building at the Board of County Commissioners Chambers in San between County Road 426 and State Road 415. Short presentations will be held at 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and the public is invited to ask questions and provide input. There are websites to review before the meeting and the most-detailed information focuses on the choice between rural and suburban alternatives to the four-lane design involv ing swales, sidewalks and drainage options. Review at http://www.sr46geneva.com Big picture of 46 I have the same question Ive had since I this particular section of State Road 46? Why this part and why now? Why does it feel like a separate body part is being improved side remain two lanes? Where is the plan for the whole project broken into phases? the evacuation route from Interstate 95 to Sanford? Or at least the Seminole County section from Sanford to Geneva? But why has this particular section in the middle been chosen? The middle is being fourlaned while keeping the two lanes through Midway and the airport up to Mellonville in Sanford. It would make more sense to fourlane the road from Sanford to State Road 415 My fear is that the four-laning of this section will be a gateway to rezoning the ac companying land between Geneva and the Lake Jesup Bridge. In the light of no clear answers I remain skeptical. For 46 to be a true evacuation route, the state needs to coordinate a four-lane from I-95 to Sanford, not do it piecemeal. There are other aspects to the widening of 46: how to transition and align a highway through our rural community, the impact of another set of lanes (bridge) over Lake Jesup, the timeline and the price tag. Stay heard. CELERY By Janet Foley the Between Stalks Stetsons Corner By Karen McEnany-Phillips 407-2217002, kphillips@turnstilemediagroup.com with Stetsons Corner in the subject line, or fax 407-3492800. Thanks! TALK T O KAREN > Send word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing jwfoley@att.net TALK T O JANET > Tom Carey From my garden to yours you-pick gardening business in Oviedo. Visit the sundewgardens@gmail.com WHO IS CAREY > Sprouts

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