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Title: Seminole voice
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Publication Date: 01-04-2013
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Celery Stalks ......................................... 11 Interests .................................................. 9 Calendar .................................................. 9 Tom Carey ............................................. 11 Athletics ................................................ 10 Classifieds ............................................. 12 Calendar > 9 Resolved to be a better cook? Healthy Freezer meals class may be your ticket to healthier, more efcient cooking. This business might be Winter Springs worst-kept secret. Interests > 9 Want to be the next pop star? Sign up for Seminoles Got Talent! Calendar > 9 Old is the new young at SilverSneakers, a gym class for seniors. Senior Voice > 3 To claim an inheritance, a woman travels to Texas, but once there she faces a masked horror. Opening this week: TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D Oviedo Mayor Dominic Persampiere The city of Oviedo has had a spec tacular year! We have many things to be thankful for as we look forward to 2013. As 2012 closes, we are proud of the fact that we were able to again pre serve and improve services to our resi dents; balance our budget with no tax increase; cut the ribbon on new restau rants; break ground on a new medical facility that will feature an Emergency Care Center; announce a development partner for Oviedo on the Park; and start the long-awaited road improve ment project in the historic downtown. We were just informed that Bloom berg Businessweek magazine named Oviedo a top place to raise your fam ily in 2013 out of all 50 states, having picked only one city from each. We are honored and humbled by the recogni tion, our secret just keeps getting out! During this past year, we imple mented Sundays in the Park. Now, parks that were usually closed on Sun days are open for all to enjoy (see our website for locations and hours). Traf On a hazy December morning in the grassy bank surrounding State Road 417, with a few shovels full of dirt, the city of Oviedo made history nearly two decades in the making. ered Dec. 14, shovels and hard moving of dirt for what will be Oviedo ER, a Central Florida Re emergency healthcare to the east ern Seminole County area in fall 2013. Fifteen years ago this was nothing but a dream and a vi sion This is a big day for Ovie nic Persampiere said. Presently, the closest hospitals to Oviedo residents are towns away in Altamonte Springs, Long wood, Sanford or Winter Park. The new 11,000-square-foot hos pital will offer 12 beds and 24/7 emergency and trauma care to the Oviedo area and beyond. The down-stream affect of this is not just Oviedo, not just Semi nole County, its everywhere, in Sanford, said. tals, received approval to build the $9.7 million facility in August, after years of back-and-forth over which company would build it. Today we are proud to bring our brand of quality health care to the Oviedo community, Wendy Brandon, CEO of Central Florida When it opens, the Oviedo ER will provide care to an estimated 10,000 local residents, and create 35 full-time staff jobs and four emergency physician positions. With a cold fog hanging in the cials gathered tightly together to put shovel to dirt and mark the Oviedo ER one step closer to re ality, as chatter built around them punctuated with exclamations of Wow and Finally! This community has worked very hard for 15, 16 years to get this to a realityIt may not look like it, but it is a sunny day here in Oviedo, County Commissioner Bob Dallari said. SARAH WILSON The Voice PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE VOICE Oviedo and Seminole County ofcials threw some dirt with Central Florida Regional Hospitals top brass at a groundbreaking for the long-awaited Oviedo ER. Please see RESOLUTIONS on page 2 Oviedo ER breaks ground Resolving for a better year to come T he greater Oviedo-Winter Springs area saw a lot to be thankful for in 2012. Among tragedy we saw unity. Slogging through murky economics we built businesses and grew jobs. A hos pital years in the making broke ground. With the expansion of a local crisis center, hope found a home in Seminole County. Lacey of Winter Springs what they hoped to see in the year ahead. What follows are their thoughts and hopes for 2013. The Oviedo ER will be located at 8300 Red Bug Lake Road in Oviedo. For more information about the Oviedo ER, a Central Florida Regional Hospital, visit centraloridaregional. com/our-services/ oviedo-er.dot

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Page 2 THIS WEEK in history Jan. 7, 1789 Americas first presidential election is held as voters cast ballots to choose state electors. Only white men who owned property were allowed to vote. As expected, George Washington won the election and was sworn into office on April 30, 1789. 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 IBabcock@TurnstileMediaGroup.com SWilson@TurnstileMediaGroup.com JGallagher@TurnstileMediaGroup.com jwfoley@att.net Sandi@ChristianHelp.org SundewGardens@gmail.com KPhillips@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Josh Garrick JoshGarrick9@gmail.com Brittni Johnson DSheehy@TurnstileMediaGroup.com Legal@FLALegals.com AShortridge@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. rf ntfnbrr ftrf r nfnr nnrrn rf n t Brent J RamseyFinancial Advisor 1875 West County Road 419 #300 Oviedo, FL 32765 407-359-8055 Notes More u cases Oviedo Fire Rescue has been busy re sponding to an increasing volume of re spiratory and u calls for service, which is also reected in the increase in the local physician ofces and hospital emergency rooms. The season has begun slightly early from previous years. Florida still re mains slightly below other states in the u category, however Fire Rescue expects this statistic to change over the next few weeks. UCF tops researchers The American Association for the Ad vancement of Science is honoring ve University of Central Florida professors with specialties in everything from ar chaeology to engineering for their sig nicant contributions to their perspective elds. UCFs recipients are Arlen Frank Chase, archeological science; Louis C. Chow, heat and cooling advancements in electrics and computing; Suhada Jayas uriya for control of nonlinear systems and feedback theory; Zhihua Qu for control of nonlinear and network systems; and Peter Adrian Hancock for contributions to engi neering psychology and human factors. New surgery center in Oviedo Lamm and Company Partners recently signed two projects for Central Florida Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. These in clude a new 3,600-square-foot ofce in Oviedo as well as a renovation to their existing Mills Avenue ofce. Cuhaci & Petersen Architects provided design ser vices on the project. Send submissions to ibabcock@ turnstilemediagroup.com Plan your weekend with The Weekender! Visit seminolevoice.com and click "Subscribe to Newsletter" mock Road is being installed to ensure safety for all our resi ment of a Community Center in the downtown corridor to give Oviedo residents a place to con gregate and celebrate. A glimpse into the new year brings continued movement to include: a ribbon cutting for Oviedo on the Park, the open ing of long anticipated restau on the streets, and a revamped city website featuring the new agenda and document imaging system from SIRE Technologies that will give residents easier ac cess to agendas, public records and meeting videos. We are proud of our accom plishments as a community, and bright future. Yes, we have much to be thankful for, and it is the City Councils goal to continue to make Oviedo the best place to live, work and play for all our residents. Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and safe new year! Winter Springs Mayor Charles Lacey: capitalize on our half-decade of The citys commitment during the national recession to do more with less is well documented. We trimmed budgets without re ducing ser vices to res idents. We increased cy of public safety and reduced our crime rate. And, we did all of this with out increasing the citys tax rates. In fact, we reduced them. The resolution I make for 2013, on behalf of the city, is to sition and aggressively make our as more livable. We have recently hired a professional economic development director whose job will be to attract new business and clean industry steps that will further broaden our tax base while keeping our rates as low as any city in Florida. We will also make sure our codes and regula tions encourage the kind of posi tive residential growth already occurring. Our new years resolution is bold, but, as history has shown, our resolve is strong and up to the challenge. RESOLUTIONS | Winter Springs goals for 2013 are all about growing the economy C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE

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Page 3 Black Eyed Peas bump from the stereo, its a warm-up for the ex ercise class and a touted secret to staying youthful. Keep those hips moving and youll stay feeling young, the teacher says. Class attendees move from ex ercise to exercise, working their abs, kicking up their feet, and some of them even touching their toes. Every weekday, the Silver Sneakers Fitness Program meets at the Roth Jewish Community Center (JCC) for an exercise class made for seniors. Its one of doz tral Florida area that offers the program, which was developed health plans to offer it to their members for free. As of Jan. 1, the program will be added to the list of offerings from Florida Blue and will give 50,000 more seniors ac SENIOR VOICE THRIVE @ 55 AND BEYOND! 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 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! Once again, its time to make some New Years resolutions. This year, in addition to promising yourself that youll hit the gym more often, learn a new language or take up a musical instrument all worthy goals, of course why not set some resolutions? Consider these suggestions: If your income will rise this year, consider putting more money into your employer-sponsored retirement plan, such as a 401(k), 403(b) and 457(b). You typically contribute pre-tax dollars to your plan, so the more you put in, the lower your taxable income. Plus, your retirement plan has tax-deferred growth potential. cliff, political paralysis, the debt ceiling and other Really Scary Topics. These issues keep you from investing? After all, in any given year, you wont have to look hard and many people do use these ominoussounding headlines as a reason to head to the investment sidelines for a while. But if youre not investing, youre unquestionably missing out on opportunities to make instead of focusing on the news of the day, make your investment decisions based on the fundamentals of those investments you may be considering, along with your goals, risk tolerance and time horizon. Over the past few years, Americans have done a good job of lowering their debt burdens. Of course, the economy is still tough, and it can be challenging to avoid taking on new debts. But the less debt you have, the more you can invest for your retirement and other important objectives. If you spend too much time worrying about the ups and downs of your investments, then your portfolios potential for volatility may be too great for your individual risk tolerance. On the other hand, if you continually see little growth in your holdings, even when you may be investing too conservatively especially if you are willing to take on some calculated risk to potentially boost your returns. So review your portfolio at least once in 2013 to see if it needs to be Navigating the investment world by yourself is not easy. For one thing, theres a lot to know: different types of investments, changing tax movements and much more. Furthermore, when youre making investment decisions on your own, you may have a hard time being objective so you might end up investing with your heart, not your head. The need for knowledge and objectivity points to the advantages of working with markets and your individual needs and goals. resolutions you could make for 2013 but if you follow through on them, you may well need to make fewer ones when 2014 rolls around. Make Some New Years (Financial) Resolutions For 2013 Brent Ramsey Financial Advisor Edward Jones 1875 W.CR 419 Ste. 300 Oviedo, FL 32765 PH: 407.359.8055 Senior tness program expands access As of Jan. 1, Florida Blue will be offering the SilverSneakers Fitness Program for free to its members, giving access to the exercise program to more than 50,000 more seniors To nd a SilverSneakers Fitness Program near you, visit silversneakers.com. The Roth Jewish Community Center, located at 851 N. Maitland Ave. in Maitland, has classes ve days a week. Visit orlandojcc.org or call 407-645-5933 for schedules. Classes are also offered in Seminole County, including at Crescent Fitness, located at 300 E. State Road 434 in Winter Springs. Visit crescentgym. com or call 407-322-2099 for information. BRITTNI JOHNSON The Voice I can touch my toes and do things that a lot of my friends cant do. When I leave here I feel wonderful. Sylvia Brown, 72 PHOTO BY BRITTNI JOHNSON THE VOICE Seniors get t at the SilverSneakers Fitness Program at the Roth Jewish Community Center, which boasts of success stories getting wheelchair-bound seniors on their feet again. Now the program is available to 50,000 more seniors for free. Please see SNEAKERS on page 8

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Page 8 Yes, we love our children. And if were blessed with a legacy to leave behind, we all want our children to enjoy it. But some of our adult children are more mature with handling lies have adult children who have issues that preclude leaving them assets in a lump sum. For example, you may not want to leave a lump sum to children with the following issues: dictions after your child if he or she ever directly. need-based social service ben disqualify them from receiving inherited money. legally incompetent. If any of the above situa tions apply, you should consider meeting with an attorney who is experienced in the areas of family law, estate planning and special needs planning. What is a trust? A trust is a legal entity de signed to hold and distribute with proper planning, your child will not inherit your wealth directly. Instead, the assets would come under the ownership of the trust. And when you set up the trust, you can determine the circumstances by which the trust will release money to them. Of course, after your death, you wont be around to do it directly. But you can write the instructions into the language of the trust, and leave it up to an executor to follow those instruc tions on your behalf. For example, you can write language into the trust to accom plish the following: of income, to be paid out only over the life expectancy of the ber of years. a series of milestones, such as graduation from high school or GED, graduation from an accred ited drug or alcohol rehabilita tion program, marriage or upon reaching certain ages. income each month that will not disqualify your child from receiv but it is generally around $1,700 per month or less. to pass drug tests or staying out of trouble with the law. To make these conditional trusts effective, keep in mind the following principles: goals are attainable for your chil dren. Design your incentives and conditions thinking of the heirs you actually have, not the heirs you wish they were. Set reasonable milestones. For someone with a lifetime of addiction, a month of sobriety is year goal with no midpoints may seem like too much even to strive for someone early in recovery. Set some reasonable early and mid-point objectives to help them along their path. crystal clear, so there is no room for argument. Either the drug test came back clean or it didnt. Either the college student gradu ated or he didnt. Gray areas are nothing but trouble. Build in an emergency plan. You may want to give your event of an emergency, such as an unexpected disability, illness, injury, or other event beyond in an escape hatch to allow for the unexpected in life. Structuring your legacy is one of the most important pieces of the retirement process, one many bor strives to help our family of clients to have an estate plan/ legacy plan in place. We strive to add real value to our clients and we realize that relationships are built over time, not transactions. complimentary copy of Under standing Trusts A Look at Liv ing Trusts and Other Trusts. Bob Adams is president of A SafeHarbor, a rm specializing in assisting families in having a calm retirement when faced with stormy nancial waters. Visit aSafe Harbor.com or call 407-644-6646. Alice Gerken, the associate dis Florida, said theyve been work ing hard to alert their new poten tial participants, and will contin ue to do research and make sure that everyone will have enough quality locations for the program. Its very important that our seniors have access to this be cause were all living longer and we want to live the best life we can, she said. Exercise is im portant, its a solution for them to take control of their health, to be independent. Proven benets SilverSneakers has been prov en to help older adults manage their health and increase strength, balance and endurance. The exer cise and nutrition guidance and in the program is said to lower the risk of chronic diseases, heart disease and depression, and can help keep seniors living indepen dently. Patricia Scalon, 73, and her husband Patrick Scalon, 83, head to the program at the JCC theyve felt better than ever. Ive always got more energy when I come home, Patricia said. I have more endurance, I hope my bones are getting stronger. I feel invigorated after the class, Patrick said. that they measure success by how close they are to touching their toes. I can touch my toes and do things that a lot my friends cant do, said Sylvia Brown, 72, who comes with her 98-year-old fa ther-in-law. When I leave here I feel wonderful. The class keeps them moving for the entire 45 minutes, featur ing cardio exercises to keep up their heart rates. While every one can move and work at his or her own pace and ability, its not easy, and there arent any builtin breaks. But the instructors are always there to keep them going. ing SilverSneakers classes since 2004. She noticed at her gym there were lots of seniors, but no one catering to their needs. They were so loyal, getting together every day at the gym, and incredibly ing them became her niche. She knows everyones name in the class at the JCC, educates them on how each exercise is helping them, and gives personal atten tion when her members need a little nudge. In a setting like this you are looked at, you are attended to, when you call out someones name that makes a difference, theyre on their last breath? They at Crescent Fitness in Winter Springs, and feels like Silver Sneakers has given her a purpose after retiring from a career in dancing and ice-skating. She in corporates her past when she co ordinates Rockette-style kick lines for the members, and they love it. We dont want to get old and sedentary; the more you do, the more you can do, Foster said. We want a good quality of life. Focusing on preventative care Its amazing the improve said theyve seen in their mem bers because of SilverSneakers. Seniors have lost weight, low ered their cholesterol, gotten off medications and bounced back one member who never got out of his chair during the class, and now not only does he shake his Shakira hips with the best of them while standing, hes walk ing without a cane. more insurance companies are ness and preventative care, and loves watching her class members gain strength, health and happi ness from the program. She says its the most important thing you can do. Whats better than a healthy life? she said. 2069 Aloma Ave. Winter Park, FL 32792 762 E. Altamonte Drive Altamonte Springs, FL 32701(407) 691-3009 (407) 679-2135 Visit us on the web @ www.binsons.com r fntbt f rtt ftbt bt bnr nr rt b bb f b tb off trtnCoupon redeemable for cash, check or credit card purchases only. Not redeemable for insurance transactions. 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Page 9 THIS WEEK in human history Jan. 8, 1962 At the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., Leonardo da Vincis masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, is exhibited for the first time in America. The painting is a portrait of the wife of wealthy Florentine citizen Francesco del Gioconda. Calendar When you think of skateboard ing hotspots in the U.S., Winter Springs probably isnt high on your list. California? Yes. Colorado? Sure. But, Winter Springs? For a city that doesnt boast a single skate park of its own, it does host the headquarters to one of the most recognized national and international skate park designers in the industry. Tim Payne, member of the a professional skate park designer for more than 30 years, grew up in the Conway area of Orlando with dreams of someday living in the then up-and-coming Tus cawilla neighborhood of Winter Springs. Today, that dream, along with many of his others, have come true, originating in Winter Springs and spanning well across the globe. Paynes internationally known Team Pain skate park special ist business sprung out of a lack Central Florida. The only place to go was up, with homemade ramps and jumps, he said, and its only gone up and up, higher and higher from there. You have to work with what youve got, and making the best of it, Payne said. Add skate boards and some love to it, and we can make a skate park dream a reality. From a state-of-the-art skat ers paradise set up in backyards to carvable concrete bowls built from coast to coast, and seeming ly death defying stunt structures, Payne has proven hes not afraid of testing the realm of possibility. asked for a loop of death to set up and skate in Bithlo, Payne did it. When the X Games needed vert ramps to challenge its competi tors, Payne stepped in seven years in a row. Theres been a lot of fun ex periences like that and building ramps all around the world, Payne said. All of our parks are custom, and every one of them is different. Team Pain is involved in their skate park projects from the drawing board to construction, and until the project is complete. Payne says they design each park to match the area itll be in and the skaters wholl use it, whether thats incorporating existing trees and terrain into the design, or adding color to reduce heat and add visual interest. Payne says he strives to create skate art for the connoisseurs of what he jokingly compares to kung fu on wheels. Basketball courts arent just a bare court with a hoop, Payne says. So how can you just give them a white piece of concrete to skate on? To go above and beyond white concrete, Tito Porrata, Team Pains sales and design manager, says the group only needs to look as far as the customers theyre de Its all about skateboarding, he says. And us constantly try ing to push the envelope. The innovation going on in side the Team Pain headquarters doesnt quite match the sleepy which in resides, but Payne, 52, says hes still happy to call here home and doesnt plan on mov ing or stopping the hard work turned his business into a family affair, with his wife Linda as the administrative director, and his teenage son Riley in charge of so cial media. If it was just a job it wouldnt be worth it, but theres a respon sibility that we have that were encouraging the future of skate boarding that keeps us going and we love it, he said. Hometown team builds skaters paradise SARAH WILSON The Voice PHOTO COURTESY OF TEAM PAIN Winter Springs may not have its own skate park, but Winter Springs based Team Pain is one of the most renowned build ers of skate parks and professional ramps in the country, teaming up with cities, television shows and even the X Games. T o l e a r n m o r e a b o u t T e a m P a i n a n d i t s c u r r e n t s k a t e p a r k p r o j e c t s i n F l o r i d a a n d a c r o s s t h e c o u n t r y v i s i t T e a m P a i n c o m JAN. 5 Gifted with a new Kindle? Wondering how to download free library eBooks, audio and video? Theres a class es pecially designed for you! Easy eb ooks 1.2.3 for Kindle (class covers iPad and other tablets, too!) The class is free, but registration is required. Its from 1 to 2 p.m. on Jan. 5 at the Central Branch Library, 215 N. Oxford Road in Casselberry. For more infor mation, call 407-665-1500. JAN. 7 Childrens art classes at the Artistic Hand Gallery and Studio begin the week of Jan. 7. Adult Classes begin the week of Jan. 28 with new classes like Silver Clay and Glass Mosaics! Call Del for more information at 407366-7882. Targeted by Mexicos deadly drug cartels, journalists at a Tijuana-based newsweekly risk their lives to report the truth in Reportero, showing at 10 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7, on PBS. Close to 50 journalists have vanished or been murdered in Mexico since De cember 2006. JAN. 8 Learn to plan and prepare food for future meals in the Healthy Freezer Meals class Tuesday, Jan. 8, from 6 to 8 p.m. All Food Prep classes will be held at Seminole County Exten sion Services kitchen; 250 W. County Home Road, Sanford. Class size is limited. Call 407-665-5560 to regis ter. Pre-registration and pre-payment of $10 is required. JAN. 9 On Wednesday, Jan. 9, clowns will blend the magic of the circus with the importance of reading during Reading with Ringling Day. After a lively rendi tion of a circus-themed book, theyll engage the audience with juggling, plate spinning and other silly and dynamic demonstrations. Its from 2:30 to 3 p.m. at the Central Branch Library, 215 N. Oxford Road in Cassel berry. Its free! Visit seminolecounty. gov/guide/libraries for more info. Join the American Board and learn more about how you can change ca reers and become a certied teacher in Florida. The session is free and open to the public. Sessions begin at 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Jan. 9 at the Memorial Building at 38 S. Central Ave. in Oviedo. For more information, email emoore@abcte.org On Jan. 9, 10, 16, 17 and 25 The Wayne Densch Performing Arts Cen ter is proud to host the fourth annual Seminoles Got Talent. For more infor mation and to register, visit tinyurl. com/seminolesgottalent JAN. 10 Want to be a nancial maven? The Investing seminar at the Library will help you keep your nancial resolu tions! Its from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Jan. 10 at the Central Branch, 215 N. Ox ford Road, Casselberry. For more in formation, call 407-665-1500 or visit seminolecounty.gov/libraries Visit www.seminolevoice.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to ibabcock@ turnstilemediagroup.com

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Page 10 THIS WEEK in sports history Jan. 6, 1994 Ice skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked after practice when a man hit her in the knee with a metal object. The man was later identified as the former husband of Tonya Harding, a rival of Kerrigans. Both women went to the Olympics a month later, where Kerrigan won the silver medal. Upcoming Events For more info and to register for events go to: www.OviedoWinterSprings.org January 10th State of the Cities Luncheon 11:30am 1:15pm Oviedo Mall Community Room Join the Chamber for our January Luncheon, where the mayors of both Winter Springs and Oviedo will talk about what's happening within their cities. January10th Oviedo Womans Club After Hours 5:30 7:30pm Oviedo Womans Club Join the Chamber at the Oviedo Womans Club for their After Hours Celebration. The event is sure to be a good time with great food, music, and door prizes. March 9th Taste of Oviedo 2013 Oviedo Mall Save the date for the 19th Annual Taste of Oviedo, a celebration of Oviedo businesses, talented locals and city traditions. Enjoy an array of food from the citys best vendors, while mingling with local businesses May 24th & 25th Central Floridas BBQ Blowout Oviedo Mall Come see BBQ teams compete for their BBQ to be the BEST! There will be plenty of food & beverages, family fun and entertainment. January 17th SonaForma Grand Opening Come out to the Grand Opening of SonaForma in Oviedo. We will celebrate with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, followed by great food, drinks, entertainment and door prizes. Bob Adams President/ CEO A SafeHarbor, LLC bob@asafeharbor.com The Fiscal Cliff is shaping up to be a congressional showdown that might have you caught in the cross-re. Stay informed about the impact the Fiscal Cliff could have on your retirement plans for the years to come and what you can do about it. The Fiscal Cliff Everyone is looking for answers Let us help you! Call today!407.644.6646www.aSafeHarbor.com Four quarters of explosive offense led to the UCF Knights second ever bowl win by a much more impres 38-17 score on the board in St. Pe tersburg, the Knights walked off Tropicana Field victorious over Ball game as a Conference USA team. Quarterback Blake Bortles elec converting a crucial third down to and going on to combine for 352 of the Knights 494 total yards the second yardage in a game this year. averaging 8.2 yards per pass at tempt, 12.4 yards per pass comple tion, and 8.9 yards per run. The Knights as a whole averaged 6.6 yards per play on the day. And they made things happen when it counted, converting 9 of 12 third downs, more than double the rate of Ball State. Bortles big run on the third play of the game may have set the Knights offensive tone. After two botched run attempts that sent the Knights into negative yardage, Bor tles took the ball on a third-down and 12-yard play and ran for 19 down. Ten plays later, the Knights were in the end zone. forcing two punts and a botched shutting down big plays. Neither team would have an offensive play that went 50 yards or more in the game. Breshad Perrimans 45-yard reception that would cross the would be nearly twice as long as any other pass of the game. Perri mans 90 yards ended up the most of the game by any receiver. The win closed out the Knights season with one of their best re cords in team history at 10-4, send ing them into the next season with high hopes, though a very large senior class will result in some big losses in their lineup. Next year theyll join the Big East, which is still working through what its team lineup may be in the near future. The Knights, who deferred NCAA punishment for recruitment viola tions, may not see a postseason next year. Knights bust Ball State ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice ARCHIVE PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Blake Bortles combined for 352 total yards in the Knights bowl game rout. Holidays on ice PHOTOS BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Winter fun made Dec. 8 a day to remember in Oviedo, with a parade and snow mountain lling the streets and parking lot of the Oviedo Mall.

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Page 11 Everyone agrees that Americas high schools need to do a better job of preparing students to be collegeand careerready. But the big problem is, how do we get them to do it? One state has just come up with a bold solution and it could serve as a model for educa tion reform throughout the entire country. California recently passed a law that reduces the weight of standardized test scores for rank ing high schools. Now, crucial factors like graduation rates, attendance and student advance ment will play a larger role in grading the ability of public schools in preparing students to succeed after high school This law is a big step in the right direction and it paves the way for other states to pass simi lar reforms aimed at preparing students for college and beyond. Why the change? Since 1999, every California public school has been granted an Academic Performance Index, or API, score based almost entirely on how its students fare on a handful of standardized tests. Other states are also similarly reliant upon test scores to evaluate their schools successes. These scores help determine everything about a schools future whether it receives fund ing, whether parents can move their children to a better school, even whether home values rise or fall. So the pressure to get a high score is enormous. The intention, of course, has been to hold schools account able for their performance and to give them incentives to improve. The problem is that the system puts too much emphasis on tests that dont necessarily predict how well a student will actually do after high school. In the end, students were being prepared to succeed on tests while they were in school, not to succeed beyond graduation. Sure enough, a closer look at the numbers reveals that, when based primarily on these tests, a schools API score can be an unreliable predictor of how well its students will perform in col lege. A 2012 study conducted by Education Sector found that one school with the relatively high API score of 778 out of 1,000 had a 91 percent graduation rate, but sent just 66 percent of its students with a score of just 698 had a graduation rate of 95 percent, and sent 86 percent of its students to college. The APIs true shortcom ing is revealed when the scores are applied to schools with a high proportion of low-income students. According to our study, schools with the lowest API overall in sending their gradu ates to college. And the school with the lowest API score had the highest postsecondary enrollment rate: 79 percent of its graduates in 2009 went on to a postsecondary above the state average. Standardized test scores cer tainly provide one valid measure of student success. But it is clear that they are not entirely accurate in measuring whether students are really ready for life after high school. And this problem has serious real-world consequences. Only 25 percent of high school students taking common college entrance exams in California are deemed collegeand careerready. And students must take remedial classes for basic skills before they can qualify for credit-bearing work. Our nations high schools have been failing to provide the requisite tools for students before sending them out the door. how California ranks its schools. It ensures that, as of 2016, test scores can count for no more than 60 percent of a schools API score, and it says that the state super intendent must add graduation rates and measures of collegeand careerpreparedness to the mix. The reality of todays economy is that students must start prepar ing for life beyond high school from the moment they enter a freshman classroom. Its our job to make sure that our high schools are helping them do just that. If we want Americas students to arrive at college ready for postsecondary work, we must improve our systems for evaluat ing schools. California just put forward a great model for reform. What we need now is for the rest of the country to follow. John Chubb is CEO of Education Sector, an independent think tank, and is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. THIS WEEK in political history Jan. 4, 1965 In his State of the Union address, President Lyndon Johnson lays out for Congress a list of legislation needed to achieve his plan for a Great Society. His list included the creation of Medicare/ Medicaid, Head Start, the Voting Rights Act and the Civil Rights Act. I was just discussing with my family around the table at our New Years get-together, where did 2012 year go? It slipped by so fast, and here it is 2013. Wow! the Voice newspaper area. I hope this year will happy, healthy, and good to all. Now I hope all are abiding by their New Years resolutions they made or will when they get around to making them. cietys farmers market is this Saturday, Jan. 5, at the Lawton 1 p.m. Do come to see all the neat produce, baked goods, drinks, plants, breads, pickles and etc. You will love the entertainment on the porch with music by our Geneva group, the Leftover Bis cuits. Do come and mingle with all your friends in town. This is a great glass show and I go every year The Sanlando Depression Glass Show will be held Saturday, Jan. 26, and Sunday, Jan. 27, at the Sanford Civic Center; 401 E. Seminole Boulevard in Sanford. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday. Special Guests will be William (Bill) Walker, author of Paden City Glass, National Cambridge Club representative display of Paden City Glass. Admission is $4.50. Goodies will be available at the Civic Center at a snack bar, and door prizes will be handed out every hour. If you need more information, please call 407-298-3355 or email millesglass@webtv.net Easy eBooks Class for Nook and Kindle will be from 3 to 4 p.m. for Kindle and from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. for Nook on Jan. 15 at the East Branch of the Seminole Country Public Library; 310 N. Division St. in Oviedo. Get an overview on how to browse, checkout and download free library ebooks, audio and video. The class also covers other tablets and e-readers, including the iPad. Registration is required, and ad mission is free. Call 407-665-1560 for more information. A thought Tact is the art of making guests feel at home when that is re ally where you wish they were. George E. Bergman in Good CELERY By Janet Foley the Between Stalks Send word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing jwfoley@att.net TALK T O JANET > Art and music A smarter way to grade Americas high schools New Year homestead plans for a smart garden JOHN CHUBB Guest Writer I scoff at most New Years resolution blather as fundamen tal challenges we should tackle as routine aspects of our daily lives. But with the passing of the longest night of the year, the lengthening days portend optimism and possibilities. We all have ideas beyond the scope of our redundant existence. Let us recognize and prioritize these hopes and dreams into action. The layout of my garden pre cludes planting perennial crops in the midst of the 3-foot-wide lengthy growing beds. When an to rototill the swath, not work piecemeal around one remaining rosemary plant. The results being numerous, biennial and peren nial herbs like bay leaf, oregano, mint, thyme, sorrel and parsley are relegated to out-of-the-way nursery containers. This year, we are building a series of raised growing beds, for those crops need a little more permanence. Experimentation is underway to determine the best construc tion and framing methods for the perennial garden. Other crop possibilities include: Jerusalem artichokes, asparagus, garlic chives, and tea herbs. The pine and palmetto forest my family calls home naturally thrives with occasional forest have built permanent homes in forestry service has snuffed out any scouring blazes, resulting in an impenetrable quagmire of overgrown scrub brush. This mo rass of a forest must be mechani cally and expensively cleared, starting with a perimeter around the house. I am currently de signing pastures under the pine canopy to house-grazing animals, which should then manage the return of the hard-won terrain. Potential grazing herd selection includes goats, sheep, llamas, mules or Andalusian (cracker) cattle. The idea of using potable ground water to irrigate orna mental landscapes, lawns and golf courses is repugnant to me. Contrary to the common clich, it is the survival of the most adapt test. With seven solid months of last year, adaptation for survival is crucial to any Florida farmer. A comprehensive irrigation system designed to capture, store and distribute our abundant sum mer monsoons should be part of every homestead. Off-the-shelf equipment from any hardware store can make even the slight est drizzle falling on the square footage of our roofs an abundant water source. An above ground plastic swimming pool can store thousands of gallons of water supplying the required inch of irrigation our food crops need each week. Consider your frequent needs, wants and desires. Assess your resources. With the future looming, look to your heart, and prioritize your ideas into making your homestead plans a success for your family and community. Tom Carey From my garden to yours Tom Carey is the owner of Sundew Gardens, a you-pick gardening business in Oviedo. Visit the Sundew Gardens Facebook page and email him at sundewgardens@gmail.com WHO IS CAREY > The idea of using potable ground water to irrigate ornamental landscapes, lawns and golf courses is repugnant to me. Contrary to the common clich, it is the survival of the most adaptable, not Darwins assumed fittest. With seven solid months of zero rain from October until May last year, adaptation for survival is crucial to any Florida farmer.

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