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MARK YOUR CALENDARWhats terrifying yet family friendly? Its the Carnival of Screams going on this weekend at Oviedos Riverside Park, with a fright-free area for kids, and a horrifying haunted house. MORE IN CALENDAR, PAGE 4 KNIGHTS PREPARE TO BATTLE UCONNATHLETICS, 7Boys in blue go pinkSeen a hot pink police SUV lately? It has a message for you.INTERESTS, 3HalloweekendWant to get your scream on? Its all happening this weekend.CALENDAR, 4Arts scene gets dark and grittyA celebration of the macabre hits the stage this week in Orlando.CULTURE, 5INTERESTS .................... 3 CALENDAR .................... 4 CULTURE ..................... 5 ATHLETICS .................... 7 VOICES ....................... 9 CLASSIFIEDS .................. 12 A ban on tobacco marketed to younger users may have some traction in Seminole County. Students from Lake Mary and Seminole High School representing Students Working Against Tobacco rallied for the support of Oviedo City Council members Monday night in their effort to ban the sale and marketing of city. Holding tobacco products that looked more like candy and mints than known carcinogens, senior Shirley Castillo, pushed for a resolution from the city in support of the ban. Most adults dont even reor recalling what the product is, but its everywhere and its marketed primarily toward children, Castillo said. More than 7 percent of middle school students and 21.7 percent of high school students in Semitobacco products at least once, according to the 2012 Florida Youth Tobacco Survey. That survey shows that 7.1 percent of middle school students and 15.8 percent of high school students in Seminole County have used tobacco in the past 30 days. Castillo came forward holding a basket full of candy and tobacco products, pointing out the similarities in the packaging. City Council members perused through the basket and looked closely at the different brightly colored packages. The wrappers look and feel the same, Lake Mary senior Logan Saucer said, as a marketing ploy used to entice young people. If its hard for you to discern the difference between these products, how would the aver age youth? Saucer said. They wouldnt, especially during a rushed trip to the convenience store. By working together, we can protect the youth and prevent the next generation from becoming tobacco users here in Seminole County. The Oviedo City Council asked to have it submitted and placed on a future meeting agenda. Im embarrassed to say that I havent heard of this and actually Im rather appalled at the way its targeted toward children, Councilwoman Cindy Drago told the students. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I appreciate your dedication. The presentation left Mayor Dominic Persampiere better informed as well. A lot of these products that they showed us this evening I wasnt even aware existed, and you heard many of the members say the same thing, Persampiere said. The children are right; they look like candy for gosh sakes and its tobacco products. The awareness that theyre bringing to it is commendable. The students effort against Seminole County. The same resolution has already been passed in Lake Mary, Casselberry, Sanford and Longwood, with Altamonte Springs currently pending. They plan to visit the city of Winter Springs and the Seminole County Board of Commissioners in the coming months. A lot of youth in the state are using these products, a lot more than anticipated by the adults, Castillo said. Whenever we have adults that support our efforts, its really important to us. The group of high school stutobacco resolution to the Oviedo City Council later this week.Which one is the tobacco?TIM FREED The VoicePHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICEHigh schoolers showed edgy tobacco packaging to the Oviedo Council Oct. 21. Seminole County residents may have to play the waiting game before they can expect to see the Cross Seminole Purple Heart Trail completely linked together a result of numerous nalized nearby. The 23-mile trail transitions from the Orange County trail system at the intersection of Aloma Avenue and Howell Branch Road to Lake Mary and Altamonte Springs, snaking through Oviedo and Winter Springs along the way. But in the middle a few gaps remain, forcing trail users to walk along the shoulders of two state highways with missing sidewalks, or to turn around and go home. A gap in downtown Oviedo stretches from the intersection of Smith Street and State Road 434 to the intersection of Broadway Street and Geneva Drive, still waiting to be completed. Seminole County Commission Chairman Bob Dallari said that the road-widening project of Broadway Street is all that stands in the way of linking the trail together. Were not taking it through downtown Oviedo just yet because were waiting for the road project to be widened, Dallari said. We dont want to put a trail down and then a couple years later rip it up; thats not a good way to spend tax money. The county addressed a longstanding safety issue just south of the gap last year when they trail bridge over Red Bug Lake Road. But another gap in the trail to the northwest along State Road 419 poses an additional safety concern. The trail stops at Layer Elementary School and continues at Soldiers Creek Park to the north, forcing residents to walk along the busy road with no sidewalk for more than a mile and a half before continuing on with the trail.Frogger continues between trails Please see TRAILS on page 2 PHO T O BY TIM FREED THE V OICE Bicyclists ride the trail in Oviedo, where gaps between paved areas are closing, albeit slowly.TIM FREED The Voice Seminole County students push governments to ban tobacco products that look like candy Outside construction continues to slow down completion of Oviedo and Winter Springs gaps in the Seminole County bike trail system

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Page 2 | Oct. 25, 2013 | Seminole Voice Friday, Oct. 25, 2013 Volume 23, Issue 43 PHONE: 407-563-7000 FAX: 407-563-7099 SEMINOLEVOICE.COMOrlando, FL 32835-5705PUBLISHERTracy Craft407.515.2605TCraft@TurnstileMediaGroup.com MANAGING EDITORIsaac Babcock 407.563.7023IBabcock@TurnstileMediaGroup.comASSOCIATE EDITORSarah Wilson 407.563.7026SWilson@TurnstileMediaGroup.comDESIGNERTom Miller 407.563.7032TMiller@TurnstileMediaGroup.comSTAFF WRITERSBrittni Larson Megan Stokes Tim Freed Allison Olcsvay Kristy VickeryCOLUMNISTSJanet Foleyjwfoley75@gmail.comSandi VidalSandi@ChristianHelp.orgTom CareySundewGardens@gmail.comKaren PhillipsKarenMPhillips@bellsouth.netJosh GarrickJoshGarrick9@gmail.comADVERTISING SALESDeborah Sheehy 407.563.7009DSheehy@TurnstileMediaGroup.comLEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISINGAshley McBride 407.286.0807Legal@FLALegals.comSUBSCRIPTIONS/CIRCULATIONLuana Baez 407.563.7013LBaez@TurnstileMediaGroup.comMEMBER OF: Florida Press Association Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of CommerceTURNSTILE MEDIA GROUPCHAIRMANRance CrainPRESIDENT/CEOFrancis X. FarrellVICE PRESIDENTSPatti Green & Jeff BabineauUSPS #008-093Periodicals postage is paid at Oviedo, Fla.POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:Seminole Voice, 1500 Park Center Drive Orlando, FL 32835Publisher 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 2013 Dallari attributed this gap to the design and permitting process of a future CSX railway that will block the path. Anytime you walk along a road, potentially a busy road, theres safety issues, Dallari said. But we cant build a trail unless we have all of the permitting done. Thats what were working on right now. Between Layer Elementary School and Soldiers Creek Park sits 419 Metal and Auto Recycling, also potentially blocking the path of the trail. But owner Bart Phillips said he supports the ing the donation of land in front of his business to help close the trails gap. I think its a great thing, because there are so many people who are using the trails for exer cise and to get out there into the nature areas, Phillips said. Its beautiful. I use it myself. Oviedo resident Matt Westerby walks the Seminole County trails every week and looks for ward to seeing the entire grid completed I think its good to have green space in any type of community where people can congregate and actually go see people and interact with humans as opposed to the virtual world everybody seems to live in, Westerby said. Mark Leyden, a Melbourne resident visiting Oviedo, said he understood why the trail would take so long to complete. Good things come to those who wait, Leyden said. If its something really this good and free, its understandable that it might take a while. For Seminole County residents, the wait began two decades ago. The county began work on developing the trail system as early as 1995, envisioning a network of trials that would connect to surrounding counties. Dallari acknowledged the sigmunity and the importance of Basically the trail is building a community, Dallari said. Its linking communities through other ways of transportation. So many times people just get in their car and just keep on driving, but to really build a community, it has to walkable. Its a commitment we made to all the citizens back in the s, and were going to adhere to it. Dallari said the gaps in the trail should be closed within the TRAILS | Construction, road widening could hold back trail completion for five years CONTINUED FR OM FR ONT P AGEPHO T O BY TIM FREED THE V OICEState Road 426 widening has halted trail completion in Oviedo. THIS WEEK THIS WEEK IN WORLD HISTORY OCT. 29, 1929 Black Tuesday hits Wall Street as investors trade 16,410,030 shares. In the aftermath, stocks lost 80 percent of their value in three years.

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Seminole Voice | Oct. 25, 2013 | Page 3 IN T ERES T S THIS WEEK IN AMERICAN HISTORY OCT. 28, 1965 Construction is completed on the Gateway Arch, a 630-foot-high parabola of stainless steel in St. Louis. An internal tram system takes visitors to the top, where on a clear day they can see up to 30 miles across the Mississippi and to the Great Plains. With tears in their eyes and a catch in their throats, cancer sur vivors across Seminole County have been greeting the arrival of the Pink Patrol with grateful enthusiasm. Its nice to bring the community together, said cancer survivor Jenni Heiselman. Cops get a bad rap, but they really are the good guys, and this just proves it. In time for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and crime prevention month, the launched its Pink Patrol initiative with a hot pink 2013 Ford Inter ceptor SUV patrol vehicle. Making appearances at local businesses, schools and community events, the Pink Patrol is spreading cancer awareness and goodwill wherever it goes. The vehicle was borrowed its tour is complete at the end of the year, it will return to active service. tive accents was done at no cost to the county, with materials donated by 3M and the labor donated by Wrap This! in Longwood. Deputy Bonnie Summers volunteered to take a turn driving the car in honor of her friends who are breast cancer survivors. I have lots of friends who are survivors, so when I heard about the car, I was excited to sign up to EMERGENCY EXP ER TSComing to Oviedo Fall 2013 For all your familys emergencies big and smallCentral Florida Regional Hospital is bringing ef cient, high-quality emergency care to the Oviedo community with the opening of our Oviedo ER. The 11,000-square-foot freestanding ER will feature: Adult and pediatric emergency care Physicians specializing in Emergency Medicine on-site 24/7 35 full-time employees including nurses certi ed in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support 12 private patient care beds Dedicated trauma room Diagnostic imaging including CT scan, ultrasound and X-ray Laboratory services Oviedo ER will be located at 8300 Red Bug Lake Road in Oviedo between S.R. 417 and S.R. 426. Physicians specializing in Emergency Medicine on-site 24/7 35 full-time employees including nurses certi ed in Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support 12 private patient care beds Dedicated trauma room Diagnostic imaging including CT scan, ultrasound and X-ray Laboratory services Oviedo ER will be located at 8300 Red Bug Lake Road in Oviedo between S.R. 417 and S.R. 426. Track our construction progress at CentralFloridaRegional.com/OviedoER. PHO T O BY ALLISON OLCSVAY THE V OICESeminole County Sheriffs Lt. Jason Bender poses with Pink Patrol fans at an event to raise breast cancer awareness Oct. 6.Hot pink cruiser-driving cops vs. cancer ALLISON OLCSVAY The Voice Please see CANCER on page 4

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Page 4 | Oct. 25, 2013 | Seminole Voice OCT 25Come to the Oviedo Carnival of Screams on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25-26 at Riverside Park, 1600 Lockwood Blvd. The haunted house, open both nights, will delight and terrify, while a kid-friendly zone outside, open Saturday, presents a not-so-scary carnival atmosphere. Food donations will benet the Hope Foundation. Its from 6 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 25 and 5 to 10 p.m. on Oct. 26. Please contact 407-971-5575 or visit cityofoviedo.net/ node/1753 for more information. The Oviedo YMCA, 7900 Red Bug Lake Road, Oviedo will host its annual community Fall Festival Friday, Oct. 25 from 4 to 8 p.m. and all are invited to attend. Events include games, bounce house, Little Boo haunted house, bake sale, food and Trunk or Treat in the parking lot. For more information call 407-359-3606.OCT 26Its Oktoberfest! For all you devotees of Oompa-pa bands, German beer, Bavar ian style food, lively crowds and Chicken dancing do we have the fest for you! Its from 2 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 26 at the German American Society of Central Florida, 381 Orange Lane in Casselberry. Entrance donation is only $5. Call 407834-0574 for more information. Its a free Halloween Spooktoberfest event thats a scream! Its Oct. 26 from 5 to 9 p.m. at Lake Concord Park, with trickor-treating, a DJ Ghost & Ghoul dance party, costume contest for kids 1-14 years old, a costume parade, live enter tainment and the ever-popular Howling Hounds Dog Costume Contest! For infor mation contact ecaban@casselberry.orgOCT 29Reformed Theological Seminary would like to invite the community to a liter ary event on Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on our campus at 1231 Refor mation Dr. in Oviedo with a lecture and book signing by Ross Douthat, author of Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics. For information visit our website, rts.edu/Orlando/thecurrentread or contact Laura Armstrong at larmstrong@rts.edu OCT 31Feeding Children Everywhere is hosting Scare A way Hunger for Halloween fun from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 31 at 830 State Road 427, Unit 142 in Longwood. Visit feedingchildreneverywhere.com Page 4 | Oct. 25, 2013 | Seminole Voice FAMILY CALENDAR 875 Clark Street,Suite A Oviedo, FL 32765 www.OviedoVision.com 407.366.7655 Fashion Frames Custom Contact Fittings Eye Exams for All Ages Designer & Rx Sunglasses Treatment of Red Eyes In-House Optical Lab Surgery Co-Management Dr. Gary D. McDonald and Dr. Jason R. Wallace Optometric PhysiciansTime for your health eye exam! Tom Carey SundewGardens@gmail.comCommunity supported agriculture. Experience homegrown gardening: drive it, Summers said. Deputy Summers got to drive the car for two days making 10 different stops, including Highlands Elementary, Winter Springs Elementary and local businesses owned by cancer survivors who requested a visit. Tracy Kain will have reached free this coming March and was eager to have the Pink Patrol visit her salon, Tre Bella, in Longwood. As cancer survivors, its our job to carry the torch for others, and I thought this was a great way to show support for the cancer community, Kain said. Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a big deal at Tre Bella. They go all out, raising money for local cancer charities like Ribbon Runners. es, pink hearts for donations and do pink hair all month as well, said Kain. Weve raised over $1,000 so far this year. A visit from Pink Patrol was just the boost the ladies at Tre Bella needed. Its really cool to show that they care, that they show support Kain said. Im a third-generation cancer survivor, so it means a lot to me to feel the community support. Jenni Heiselman is also apas a survivor and like Kain, she was excited and appreciative to receive a visit from Summers and the Pink Patrol. Heiselman has taught preschool at Oak Arbor Christian School for 23 years and is now the schools director. Seminole County is who we trust to take care of us, and when they are out there supporting things like this, its just nice, she said. It brings the community closer together, in my opinion. For the Seminole County Sher Lt. Jason Bender. We put this project together in order to partner with the community, to raise awareness for this wonderful cause, Bender said. We have been amazed and thrilled at the response It is a great tribute and a wonderful reason to invite people to come and talk to us and to really build and strength partnerships with the community.C ANCER | Wrapped SUV patrols to raise cancer awareness CONTINUED FR OM P AGE 3 PHOTOS BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICEErica Hall, above, shows off her mixed media work at the Winter Springs Festival of the Arts Oct. 20. John Yakulevich, below, shows his paintings of musicians. David Mander, below right, entertains the crowd. Winter Springs Festival of the Arts

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Seminole Voice | Oct. 25, 2013 | Page 5Current Mayor Dyer and the State of Downtown OrlandoIt is no secret to my readers that Mayor Buddy Dyer is a hero to any of us who appreciate or create art. In his recent State of Downtown address, Dyer 2003) that includes the completion of 50 cornerstone projects representing nearly $2 billion in investment and the new Amway Center. He also got to look ahead to 2014, a year that will include See Art Orlando, Orlandos eight new privately funded public art sculptures; SunRail beginning operations; and the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts opening to the public. Find the speech at tinyurl.com/MayorspeechOct. 24 & 25 Christopher Leavy in Cabaret at the Winter Park PlayhouseFeels Like Home is a perfect title for the cabaret performances by Christopher Leavy in his one-man cabaret act set for Oct. 24 and 25 at 7:30 p.m. Having performed in more than 35 musicals, dozens of cabarets, and as music arranger for the Playhouses original musical tributes for the past seven years, Leavy certainly feels like home at the Playhouse. Feels Like Home offers songs from Broadway personal musical journey. Call 407-645-0145 or visit winterparkplayhouse.org Oct. 25 to Nov. 17 Got ART?Sanfords Gallery on First artists will hold their 2013 Got Art? Holiday Extravaganza from Oct. 25 through Nov. 17 with an opening reception Oct. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. Offering art objects (suitable for gift-giving), including jewelry, ornaments, mixed media pieces, sculptures and paintings, its good to arrive early for this selection of popularly priced works from the resident artists. Its free and open to the public. Gallery on First is at 211 E. First St. in Sanford. Call 407-323-2774 Oct. 25 Mother-in-Laws DayDid you know that we actually have a Mother-in-Laws Day? Celebrated the fourth Sunday in October, its curious that the day should show up (coincidentally) one week before Halloween! Draw your own conclusions; Im just the reporter Oct. 25 and 27 Opera in Orlando thanks to the Philharmonic Entering its 21st season, the Orlando Philharmonic will produce Rossinis comic opera The Barber of Seville with performances on Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. The Barber of Seville is funny even when you dont understand Italian (there will be English translations above the stage) with a story that tells of how Figaro (the barber) Josh Garrick Culture worthy of your calendar Please see CULTURE on page 6 GALLERY ON FIRST CHRISTOPHER LEAVY

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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: 12-31-1999 though 12-31-2012According to paycheckforlife.com, three out of ve middle-class Americans entering retirement today are projected to outlive their nancial assets. Learn how to protect your retirement account from losses, maintain upside potential and maximize your lifetime income. Call us today for your PERSONALIZED SAFE MONEY REPORT. helps the young Rosina escape an unwanted marriage to her elderly guardian, Dr. Bartolo, while helping Count Almaviva win Rosinas heart through a series of disguises. Everyone will recognize Figaros aria, Largo al factotum, one of the most popular in all of opera. Call 407-770-0071 or visit OrlandoPhil.org/operaOct. 26 The Winter Park Museum HopProving once again that Winter Park is a treasure trove of art and cultural institutions, we are invited to a guided tour of seven outstanding museum and art spaces on the Winter Park Museum Hop on Oct. 26 beginning at 8:30 a.m. Tour stops include the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, Winter Park History Museum, Casa Feliz, the Polasek Museum, the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Winter Park Public Library (home of the Sidewalk Art Festival Best of Show Collection), and The Alfond Inn Collection of Art. A ticket for $20 includes bus transport, breakfast, lunch and snacks. Call 407-623-3279.Oct. 26 Cows n Cabs a charity culinary festival ABC Fine Wine & Spirits David Larue and celebrity chef John Rivers return with the third edition of Cows n Cabs, with its signature rustic theme. Inspired by local cuisine, and working to break the cycle of poverty in Central Florida, 100 percent munity Food & Outreach Center and Elevate Orlando. Along with top culinary talent, attendees enjoy live music; a photo booth; a game of Wine Ring Toss (where guests can win bottles of wine); and a silent auction. Admission is $110. Visit cowsncabs.com or email tina@cowsncabs.comOct. 27 Breakthrough Theatres Cabaret Series Breakthrough Theatres new Cabaret Series will present The Songs of Stephen Schwartz in its that brings together the voices of many Breakthrough alumni. For one night only Oct. 27 Josh Breece, Maria Cavanaugh, Emily Dykes, Krystal Gillette, Wade Hair, Lori Babson Jessup, Jon Jimenez, Babetta Popoff, Justin J. Scarlat, and Rachael West will perform their favorite Stephen Schwartz songs from classic ing Godspell, Pippin, Wicked, Children of Eden, The Bakers Wife, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and others. Call 407-920-4034 for reservations.Oct. 29 American Guild of Organists free Spooktacular organ concert Were invited to get into costume and get a preview of Halloweens thrills on Oct. 29 (beginning at 7 p.m.). The Central Florida Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will present the spooky aspects of the Trexler Memorial Organ in the Chapel Towers at 300 E. Church St. in Orlando. A reception will follow. Call 352-787-3192 for information.Oct. 29 The T raveling One Show heads back T o OrlandoThe international One Show Awards is headed back to Central Florida with a screening and gallery exhibition of the years best in creative advertising from across the globe. The Traveling One Show Orlando will be held Oct. 29 beginning at 5:30 p.m. with a creative party featuring live jazz, appetizers and a cash bar at The Orange Studio at 1121 Mills Ave. Featured guests will include One Show award-winners David Suarez, former UCF student from Oviedo, and Dan Gonzalez, former FSU student from Miami. Both won three gold and two silver awards for their work on Ragu. Register to attend at orlando.aiga.org or call 407895-5360. Oct. 29 to Nov. 10 The Book of Mormon knocks on Orlandos doorHaving won the best musical Tony Award, NY Drama Critics Circle Award, Drama Desk Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama League Award, and the Grammy for best musical, one might think this musical has brought us the Rapture if it werent for the blasphemy! The Book of Mormon features a book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park. Its still difon Broadway, and now we can get our tickets right here in Orlando for perfor mances at the Bob Carr. Get yours at Ticketmaster.com, at 100 S. Eola Drive, the Amway Center calling 1-800-9822787.Oct. 29 & continuing Lullaby and Goodnight at the Morse MuseumOn Oct. 29 the Morse Museum in Winter Park will open an exhibit based on three author/illustrators noted for their early contributions to childrens literature. Lullaby and GoodnightChildrens Literature from the Morse Collection shows how the whimsical prose of late 19thcentury childrens literature had a grand plan to instill beauty from the earliest years. Kate Greenaway (1846), Mary Dow Brine (1836), and Eulalie Osgood Grover (1873), members of the Aesthetic movement of the late 1800s, sought to infuse all objects with beauty, thereby elevating the readers quality of life. Sounds good to me. Call 407-645-5311 or visit morsemuseum.orgNov. 2 So You Think You Can Dance dances into Hard Rock So You Think You Can Dance, the 11-time Emmy Award-winning show that sparked Americas fascination with dance, is celebrating its landmark 10th season. As part of the celebration, the seasons TopAmerica showing off their most popular routines as well as original pieces created for the tour. Tickets for SYTYCD are available at Hard Rock Live or by visiting fox.com/danceNov. 1 and 2 After These Messages... Music that made television historyIf you remember that Diamonds are forever or under stand the connection between a pint-sized Darth Vader and a Volkswagen, then this concert by Central Florida Community Arts is for you. Called After These Messages, the concert will feature history-making music from television commercials with performances on Nov. 1 and 2 at 7:30 p.m. at the Baptist Church at 120 E. Pine St. in Orlando. Tickets are $10; and children ages 16 and younger are admitted free. Tickets may be purchased online at cfcarts.com/after-thesemessages or at the door on the night of the performances.CULTURE | After These Messages... brings the music of history-making television commercials to life CONTINUED FR OM P AGE 5 LULLABY AND GOODNIGHT

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Seminole Voice | Oct. 25, 2013 | Page 7 14TH ANNUAL TASTE OF ORLANDOVisit thetasteoforlando.com to nd out how to get your advance wristband. At the intersection of Alafaya Trail and SR408 in East Orlando 407.737.2866 SPONSORED BY: PRESENTED BY: One Senior Place ... See our full Calendar of Events at OneSeniorPlace.com407.949.6733715 Douglas Avenue Altamonte Springs, FL 32714M-F 8:30am 5pmFRI DA Y, O C T O B E R 25 Chair Pilates 1:30pm-2pm Hosted by VITAS Innovative Hospice Care RSVP 407.949.6733 Health Care Reform 9am-10:30am By Florida Blue-McBride Insurance Agency RSVP 407.230.7825 ADRC Workshop How to Communicate When Logic Does Not Work 2pm -3:30pm Presented by Jerry Hamilton, MSEd RSVP 407.843.1910 M O N DA Y, O C T O B E R 28 Senior Club Sponsored by Family Physicians Group 10am 12pm October 28th Casino Day The Real Estate Specialists are IN 10am-1pm Presented by Exit Real Estate Results By Appointment Only 407.949.6714 Florida Blue Seminar 10am-11:30am By Florida Blue-McBride Insurance Agency RSVP 407.230.7835 T U ESDA Y, O C T O B E R 29 WellCare Seminar 9:30am-10:30am Also: Wed, Oct 30th, 9:30am-10:30am Thurs, Oct 31st 2:30pm-3:30pm Presented by Medicare Plan Options RSVP 407.949.6723 AARP Medicare Complete 2pm-3:30pm Presented by LTC Advisors, RSVP 407.949.6722 Health Care Reform 3:30pm-5pm Presented by LTC Advisors RSVP 407.949.6722 W ED N ESDA Y, O C T O B E R 30 Why do hearing aids cost so much? 3pm-4:30pm Presented by Harmony Hearing Cen ters of America RSVP 407.949.6737 Freedom/Optimum Seminar 11am-1pm Presented by Freedom Health Open to the Public. T HUR SDA Y, O C T O B E R 31 AARP Medicare Complete 10am-11:30am By LTC Advisors, RSVP 407.949.6722Calendar of Events October 2013 ARCHIVE PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICEThe UCF Knights are looking to keep up momentum after a historic 38-35 comeback upset win over Louisville. Theyre hosting the UConn Huskies on Saturday. ISAAC BABCOCK The VoiceKnights host UConn after shocker AT HLE T I C S THIS WEEK IN SPORTS HISTORY OCT. 27, 1961 The American Basketball League begins play. The league was designed to be a rival to the NBA but it lasted only one full season, popularizing the three-point shot. The Knights may be all over the Top 25 standings after a shocker win over the Louisville Cardinals on Thursday, but they face one of their biggest challenges this Saturday: the opponent with the bad record. UConn arrives in the Bright House carrying a good luck charm with it: UCFs troubled history against overmatched teams. Two years ago they let an outgunned FIU team upend them 17-10 thanks to crucial fumbles. Last season they barely escaped from a basement-dwelling UTEP team with a victory margin of only a touchdown. Then on Oct. 5 this season they only defeated a Please see KNIGHTS on page 8

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Page 8 | Oct. 25, 2013 | Seminole Voice Industries of Central Florida, Inc.Building Lives That Work. &VEGETABLES FRESH FRUIT W Brian Thomas Produce 110 Geneva Drive, Oviedo, Florida(Across From Ace Hardware) VINE RIPE TOMATOES one-win Memphis squad by scor ing two touchdowns in nine seconds and intercepting a would-be game-tying pass in the end zone This season the Knights are 5-1 after bamboozling No. 8/6 Louisville, which was downgraded Sunday to No. 20 in the pionship Series rankings. It was a wild swing in rankings after a wild win. On Oct. 18 the UCF Knights stunned a Louisville home crowd that had been there to celebrate an undefeated teams homecoming. It was a Knightmare of a homecoming for the Cardinals, with UCF coming back to edge them 38-35. Im really proud of the players, UCF Head Coach George OLeary told ESPN after the game. They got down 28-7 and they kept clawing away. The Knights scored 24 unanteam this season to lead Louisville at any point in a game. They of minutes in the second half, scoring three touchdowns in less The go-ahead score that ended team to not trail in any game this season came off kicker Shawn up 31-28. The Cardinals struck back after that kick, marching down the lead with only three minutes left and hand the ball back to the Knights. In the game-winning drive, quarterback Blake Bortles would pass for 75 yards in 11 plays to run out most of the clock and take the score that would put the Knights on top for good. In the wake of the upset win, the Knights were catapulted into four Top 25 rankings at once. Theyre No. 25 in the USA Today poll, No. 23 in the BCS standings, No. 21 in the AP Top 25, and No. 16 in ESPN.coms Power Rankings. In the lattermost ranking the Knights leapfrogged Louisville, which fell to No. 20 in that poll. The Knights on Saturday host American Athletic Conference rival UConn, which is 0-6 on the season. The Huskies are coming off a 41-16 loss to Cincinnati, which is mid-pack in the AAC standings. The Huskies have suffered from offensive line weakness, giving up 31 sacks in six games, while averaging 16.3 points per game and allowing 30.7 points per game. The Knights are scor ing 32.8 points per game and allowing 19.7 points per game. for the Knights is red zone scor ing. The Knights have scored 93 percent of the time theyve crossed the 20-yard line. Theyve snagged a touchdown 68 percent of the time. The Huskies have scored 86 percent of the time in the red zone, but only 36 percent of the time have they emerged with a touchdown and theyve goal attempts. The game kicks off at noon Saturday and will be televised on ESPN. KNIGHTS | T eam will need to transcend past of losses and near-misses against overmatched opponents CONTINUED FR OM P AGE 7 ARCHIVE PHO T O BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE V OICEQuarterback Blake Bortles has had stronger performances against difcult opponents compared to easy ones. Hosting South Carolina he threw for 358 yards. Huskies still have a shotThe Hagerty Huskies have had a week to recover from the 24-8 loss to Winter Park, with district rival Timber Creek in their sights for a Friday night home showdown at 7:30 p.m. And its a must-win game for the Huskies, two district games of the season to have a chance to force a playoff game to go to the postseason. Theyll need to shake off the ghosts of past district games to have a shot. Against Winter Park, they had a chance early on, but watched it slip away, with the score deadlocked through the ploded for 14 points in the second quarter and then cruised from there. Winter Park at 3-0 in district play has already secured the top playoff spot, but the second spot is still up for grabs by the remaining four teams. Hagerty has games, as has Timber Creek. A win against Timber Creek would put the Huskies at 1-2 and within striking distance of University, which is 2-1 on the season, and Oviedo, which is 1-1 with two district games left. The Huskies must beat Timber Creek to keep their playoff dreams alive. Next week, the Huskies travel to face Univer sity in another must-win. OviedoOviedo traveled to face the Wildcats on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in one of their toughest challenges of the season. The Lions will need the win the next two district games to avoid a playoff with Hagerty, University, or Timber Creek. Winter Springs The Bears have continued their surprising season with a 19-13 win over Ocoee on Oct. 18. With a 3-1 district record and two games to go, they must win at least one to have a shot at the playoffs, and if they win two theyll clinch. Oak Ridge already has clinched a 7A District 4 playoff spot. They were slated to face East Ridge Friday, with a kickoff time of 7:30 p.m. ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice

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Seminole Voice | Oct. 25, 2013 | Page 9 VOI C ES THIS WEEK IN WORLD HISTORY OCT. 31, 1517 Priest and scholar Martin Luther nails to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, a paper containing 95 revolutionary opinions that began the Protestant Reformation. In one, Luther condemned the Catholic Church for asking for payment for the forgiveness of sins. YoungAs fall arrives we must admit that Geneva can be a pretty spooky place. Long, twisting limbs of live oaks draped with Spanish moss and clutching vines set the scene especially in a subdued locale like the Geneva Cemetery at the end of, you guessed it Cemetery Road. Of course the bats, owls level of eeriness especially this time of year. The whoosh of their wings throws shadows across the full moon, and their screeches cut the silence of many an October night.T runk-or-T reat at Focal PointOn Halloween evening Oct. 31, bring your kids and costumes to Focal Point Landscaping Nursery & Supplies for the fourth annual Trunkor-Treat event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Trunkers are needed to hand out candy, so contact Liz and Mike Crowthers at Focal Point to register your vehicle. Trunkers have the best of both your vehicle in the Halloween spirit, then experience the joy of handing out treats to all those little ghosties, goblins, princesses and pirates. Remember if you are a trunker, please have your vehicle in place by 5:45 p.m. to keep the area safe for all arriving. The event includes hayrides and the haunted hoop house, and hot dogs, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase.Fright HikeSign up soon for the Fright Hike through the Geneva Wilderness Area scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26, between 7:30 and 10 p.m. Enjoy a half-mile night hike on a wooded trail with the last hike leaving at 9:30 p.m. There will be spooky sounds and scenes along the dark and winding way. Preregistration is required for a $5 fee. Find tickets on sale at the following parks: Red Bug Lake, Sylvan Lake, Sanlando, or call the Yarborough Nature Center at 407-349-0959.Lanternlight under a new moon The fourth annual Geneva Cemetery Tour will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, and starts promptly at 6:30 p.m. Your lantern leader will lead you throughout the Geneva Cemetery where you will meet former Geneva citizens who nal resting place. The tour lasts just over an hour; please bring your car after the tour ends.Geneva Historical HikeIf a daylight hike is more to your liking, come join The Florida Trail Association on Sunday, Oct. 27, for a 5.7-mile hike around Geneva, visiting 18 sites of historical interest. Hikers will gather at 9 a.m. at the Geneva Museum to begin the journey. Contact Steve Rajtar for more information at 407-325-6269 or rajtar@aol.comGHGS history comes aliveIf you love history and want to make a difference right here in your own Geneva community, come to the open member ship meeting for the Geneva Historical and Genealogical Society on Tuesday, Oct. 29, at 7 p.m. at the Geneva Community Center. Bring your kids and enjoy a fun evening reliving the past and planning for the future. The GHGS is a fantastic organization that works to preserve Genevas history in many different ways. November save the datesThe next Geneva Citizens Association meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. at the Geneva Community Center, and our U.S. Congressman John Mica will attend to update us on the happenings in Washington and to answer questions. Everyone is welcome, members and non-members; come see all that the GCA does on behalf of our village. Find treasures for the holidays or sell those extra items you need to clear out. Sign up for the Geneva Community Yard Sale on Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Rural Heritage Center, which will last from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Remember if you are selling, electricity is not provided. Food will be available for purchase.We would fromhear yourCall 407-563-7023 or email ibabcock@turnstilemediagroup.com to have The Voice visit your class or group.Voices! Young Voiceslove to Heres what kids at the Winter Springs Hometown Harvest said about their Halloween plans.I like getting candy for Halloween like lollipops in all flavors and Starbursts too. I am going to dress up either as Belle from Beauty and the Beast or as a ladybug. Tonight we might go on the hayride. Laila L. 7 years old Im going to dress up for Halloween as a cowgirl and go trickor-treating with my cousins in my grandparents neighbor hood. We might wear our costumes to school on Halloween day. I dont like haunted houses. Ria B. 7 years old I like this fall festival, the cooler temperatures and trick-ortreating. I will dress up as Darth Vader from Star Wars. He is a Sith Lord and the father of Luke Skywalker. Hershey bars are my favorite candy. Anthony R. 8 years old Im not scared at all at Halloween. Im going to dress up as Bat Girl in a hot pink and black costume with hot pink gloves. Well trick-or-treat in our neighborhood. And I like Juicy Drop Pops candy. Amanda R. 5 years old I like Halloween, especially going trick-or-treating in our neighborhood. I love getting candy like Snickers. Ill dress up as a skeleton; my costume is kind of blue. Austin S. 7 years old Stetsons Corner By Karen McEnany-Phillips 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. For questions, please call 407-834-4022 (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 Hikes, history & HalloweenI have a family member who is ready to enter the next phase of their career. For the past seven years or so, they have owned their own business and now it is time for them to move out of that business and back into the work force. The question for him is what next? The business helped him to build new skills, but at the same time the need for the skills he has a degree in have changed tremendously. He is at a turning point where he needs to determine what his next move will be. My suggestion is to make a list. I have talked about my list in this column before, but it seems to be coming up quite a bit in my discussions, so I thought I would bring it back. The list has four categories to elaborate on. They are passion, curiosity, skills and abilities, and ugh. The passion column should be a list of things you are really passionate about. What are the things that excite you or make your blood boil? The curiosity column consists of the things that make you go hmmmm. They are what you would like to learn more about. Your skills and abilities are just that, skills and abilities you bring to the table whether you learned them at work or not. The ugh column is the list of things you would rather not do. My ugh is payroll. Once you have the columns complete, it will start to look like some options for careers. You can use this information to research potential career descriptions to see if you qualify or need some schooling to reach the goal, and then tailor your resume to match. Do you have a story of a career transition success? I would love to hear it!Career swap? Time to list your skills Cobb is our new city manager. Bryan has been a long time Development Services department and then as assistant city manager for the past two years. Bryan brings a wealth of knowledge to the city manager position from his time spent as the director of development services and we look forward to the continued growth of the city under his leadership. This past weekend Lt. Dana Allen and paramedics Ben Clark and Michael Stroh participated in Honor Flight. Honor Flight Central Florida of Orlando, and Space Coast Honor Flight of Melbourne united to provide a free trip and services to veterans. They visited the Air Force Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, WWII Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Vietnam War Memorial and the Arlington National Cemetery to witness the changing of the Guard and the laying of a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The veterans go on a special Memorials built in their honor. Most of them got the chance to see these national treasures for to do so. On Saturday, those 75 WWII and Korean War veter ans returned from Washington, D.C., to a warm heartfelt welcome at the Sanford Airport. Many of you are asking what happened to the chicken population in the downtown. We poked around and Chief Lars White did some investigative sleuthing and we found out some things you might like to know. 1) Ace Hardware stopped providing feed to the chickens and theyve noticed a decline in the population. Theyve also, on occasion, witnessed people taking chickens from the area. 2) Oviedo Glass reports that the boards that were once considered a roosting area behind the East Broadway Shops were removed when the landscaping declined. (This was not a city project.) 3) Evidence of remnants of feathers appear ing as if some wildlife may be feasting during the late night into morning. 4) Lawton Elementary reports a fox in the area near the school. 5) Neither Seminole County Animal Control nor the city is contributing to the reduction in numbers of chickens around downtown.A new manager and chicken news Mayor Dominic Persampiere OVIEDO CITY T ALK List passions, curiosity, skills and abilities, and what makes you say ugh.

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Page 12 | Oct. 25, 2013 | Seminole Voice MindGym October 21, 2013 MindGym October 21, 2013 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A bid for you to step in and take over an incomplete project could prove to be an excellent learning experience that you can take with you when a new opportunity opens up. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Its a good time for socializing, both with family and with friends. Your aspects also favor developing new relationships, any or all of which might become especially meaningful. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your success in handling a recent difficult situation prompts a request to handle another workplace problem. But this is one you should accept only if you get all of the relevant facts. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) New information about a past decision raises some unsettling questions from an old friend. Be prepared to explain your actions fully and, if necessary, to make adjustments. LEO (July 23 to August 22) This is not a good time to share personal secrets, even with someone youve known for a long while. What you dont reveal now wont come back to haunt you later. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Pushing yourself to meet a project deadline is admirable. But be careful not to leave out important details in your rush to complete your work and send it off. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Watch that you dont take on more than you can handle when offering to help someone with a personal problem. There might be hidden factors you werent told about. SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem ber 21) That major move youve been considering could come sooner than you expected. Make sure youll be ready with the facts you need when decision time arrives. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Languishing relation ships can benefit from a break in rou tine. Get out of the rut and do something new and maybe more than a little unpredictable this weekend. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Although you dont think of yourself as a role model, your abil ity to make a tough decision at this time sets an example for others, who admire your courage. AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru ary 18) You need to move any remain ing obstacles out of your way before you can take on a new challenge. Seek advice from close, trusted friends and associates. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A career change appears increasingly likely to happen during the next sev eral weeks. Its a good idea to start now to prepare, so you can be ready to make the move when the time comes. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a strong sense of obligation to justice, which inspires others to follow your example and do the right thing. 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. Oct. 17, 1906, Wilhelm Voigt, a German shoemaker, impersonates an army officer and leads an entire squad of soldiers to help him steal 4,000 marks. Voigt humiliated the German army by exploiting their blind obedience to authority and getting them to assist in his audacious robbery. Oct. 15, 1917, Mata Hari is exe cuted for espionage by a French firing squad. Her military trial was riddled with bias and circumstantial evidence, and it is probable that French authori ties trumped her up as the greatest woman spy of the century as a dis traction for the huge losses the French army was suffering. Oct. 14, 1947, U.S. Air Force Capt. Chuck Yeager becomes the first person to fly faster than the speed of sound. Yeagers X-1 rocket plane was lifted to an altitude of 25,000 feet by a B-29 aircraft and then released through the bomb bay. Oct. 16, 1958, Chevrolet begins to sell the El Camino, a combination sedan-pickup truck. In 1964, the com pany introduced a version built on the brawnier Chevelle platform. Today, the car is a cult classic. Oct. 20, 1962, the White House press corps is told that President John F. Kennedy has a cold; in reality, he is holding secret meetings with advisers on the eve of ordering a blockade of Cuba. Kennedy had seen photographic proof that the Soviets were building ballistic missile sites on the island of Cuba. Oct. 18, 1974, soul singer Al Green is attacked in his own bathtub when an ex-girlfriend pours a pot of scalding-hot grits on his back. Her actions left Green with severe injuries but also shaken emotionally and spiritually. By 1976, Green had become an ordained Baptist minister and pur chased a Memphis church, where he still preaches today. Oct. 19, 1982, maverick automobile executive John DeLorean is arrested in a Los Angeles motel with a briefcase containing $24 million worth of cocaine. According to authorities, DeLorean was attempting to make a drug deal in order to rescue his financially ailing DeLorean Motor Company. 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. King Features Weekly ServiceSeptember 30, 2013 MindGym October 21, 2013 MindGym October 21, 2013 MindGym October 21, 2013 MindGym October 21, 2013 Get it delivered to your inbox every week. Visit SeminoleVoice.com and click Subscribe to newsletter The Seminole Voice e-newsletter has community newsOviedo Winter Springs Geneva Chuluota