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Serving Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Poinciana, Harmony, Narcoossee, BVL Peter Covino reviews the horror film Curse of Chucky on DVD ... Page B-1Lifestyles Lady Bulldogs district x-country champsPage A-8Sports 117TH YEAR SATURDAY EDITION 50 CENTS OCTOBER 26, 2013 Sheriffs Office deputy fired after attacking St. Cloud police officerThe Osceola County Sheriffs Office terminated a female deputy Thursday accused of attacking a St. Cloud police officer who she found sitting in a patrol car with her husband earlier this month. See page A-2 Index LocalPage A4, Editoria l Pa ge A8, Sp or ts Pa ge B4, Co mmuni ty Pa ge B1, Li fest y les Pa ge C1, Classi ed Pa ge C3, L egals Pa ge B6, O bit ua riesShould Osceola County invest in the new soccer stadium recently approved by Orange County elected officials? Yes. No. Im not sure. No opinion. Vote at www.around osceola.com Results from the Oct. 12 Question of the week: Did House Republicans wait too long to make a deal with President Obama to end the government shutdown?? Yes, too long. 65% No, they were right. 35% Im not sure. 3% No opinion. 1% Kissimmee City of Kissimmee progressing with pedestrian bridge over parkwayKissimmee residents soon will be able to completely avoid traffic by using a bike/pedestrian bridge over John Young Parkway. See page A-2 For the latest activities, events and classes see ...Page B-4 Community By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Editors note: This is the first in an ongoing series of Osceola NewsGazette stories delving into the topic of bullying, a nationwide behavior that has recently appeared to cause tragic incidents involving children. Among the facets that will be discussed are its definition, what educators in the Osceola County School District are doing to deal with and prevent it, how technology has changed and what parents can do to help keep it from becoming a major school problem. This story will discuss how Osceola County administrators define it, and where that definition came from. School bullying seems to be the educational buzz word of this school year. The sad case of Lakeland 12-year-old Rebecca Sedwick, who took her own life after relentless torment and torture from classmates, occurred less than a month ago, and since then cases in Nevada and Massachusetts escalated into students bringing guns onto campuses; in each of those instances a teacher was shot and killed. Osceola County school administrators said they know they cant anticipate student behavior. What they have done is put in place a series of guidelines and protocols to identify bullying and deal with those cases while they still are isolated. The author of those policies is veteran educator Donna Gasiorowski, who has served as the School Districts Prevention Specialist since 1999. The districts policy on bullying totals 12 pages and defines bullying, sets standards of behavior, consequences for behavior that violates the policy and a set of guidelines for reporting and investigating bullying or harassment accusations. Those guidelines were written in 2008 as a result of a pilot program in Florida. Osceola and St. Johns counties were the first to develop such guidelines. They were based on a state statute, informally known as the Jeffrey Johnston Stand Up for All Students Act, which prohibits bullying or harassment of any student or employee of an educational institution. Its namesake is a Cape Coral teenager who hanged himself in a bedroom closet following three years of bullying, particularly cyber attacks, in 2005. The state Legislature unanimously passed it in 2008. The Jeffrey Johnston act mandates investigation into any and all bullying reports, and sets the protocol that must be followed. When Gasiorowski helped write the Osceola districts policies, she did so with the intent of creating a simple definition for what bullying is and what it isnt. She said that bullying falls into one of three facets: It must be repetitive, intentional, or involve an imbalance of power, such as an individual against a group, a difference in physical size, or when the victim has a disability. We put it that way so people can think R.I.P. (Repetitive, Intentional, Power), she said. So according to the definition, a single incident would not be bullying until it repeats or begins to follow a pattern. Gasiorowski said it is important for parents to understand that definition. Everybody uses bullying as a blanket term now. We dont want to see it used if it is not bullying, she said. We hear from parents that, My childs school isnt doing anything about it. The point is if it meets the criteria and it affects a student, were going to get involved. We have to. In the case in Lakeland, that girl faced intimidation that was relentless and wouldnt stop. According to the state statute, and in further definition repeated by the Osceola school district, unwanted behaviors that can be bullying include but arent limited to teasing, social exclusion, threats, intimidation, stalking, theft, harassment of a sexual, religious or racial nature, public or private humiliation or physical violence. The state statute was recently amended to include cyberbullying, any bullying act that is not done in person but transmitted via technology. The school districts policy had to be amended in turn. The result is a policy that says that school officia ls can act on Breaking down the behavior of bullying Spotlight on bullying By Fallan Patterson For the News-Gazette Gabriel Grigsby loved superheroes so much he created his own. Bug Boy communicates with insects to help fight crime. Gabriels grandma even made him a c ostume, which he wore during home movies he filmed with h is dad, Pete, and brother, Nathan. He just loved being on stage, Pete Grigsby said. Those movies will showcase the spirit Gabriel embodied during a celebration of his life today at Cornerstone Church, 2925 Canoe Creek Road in St. Cloud. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will feature a gospel/rock concert with all of Gabriels favorite songs, and awareness of the disease that took Gabriels life. Gabriel, who would have turned 11 today, died on July 10 from Adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD), a genetic disorder prevalent in boys that causes symptoms such as poor memory, poorly articulated speech, deafness and progressive dementia. It takes away the coding around the cells in the brain so you cant control your body, said Dawn Grigsby, Gabriels mother. Celebrating the life of Gabriel Submitted PhotoT he S t. Cloud family of G abriel Grigsby, who died of Adrenoleukodystrophy in J uly, will c elebrate his life t oday at Cornerstone Church in the city. Gabriel, shown here in his B ug Boy costume, loved s uperheroes See Gabriel, page A-3 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter With so many organizations around the world lending an open hand to those in need, its unusual to find one that lends an open ear. Stephen Ministries, a griefcounseling group at First Presbyterian Church in Kissimmee, does just that. Five-members, all trained in basic counseling techniques, provides a one-on-one atmosphere to anyone in need of emotional support. Their services range from issues such as unemployment to loss of a loved one, and they are open to people in the community as well as members of the church. Even though they are trained in basic counseling techniques, they are not professional counselors. As ministers, their primary role is to listen and be able to bridge that gap between the person in need, or a care receiver, and the resources that will help in resolving their specific issue. You build a trust relationship with the person, so they know that you really are interested in them and in dealing with them individually. Because the Stephen Ministry role is to listen and to help guide them gently to their own understanding. In some cases, it will take weeks, and other will take months, Thelma Thornton, a Stephen minister, said. The Stephen Ministry at First Presbyterian Church in Kissimmee has been operating since November 2012. It was started by Mike Slayter, one of the three Stephen leaders of the group, who went to a Stephen minister himself in 2005 due to issues with employment. After experiencing how much the group helped him, he became a Stephen minister leader later that same year, and used his leadership training to start a Stephen Ministry in Kissimmee. To become a minister, it takes 50 hours of training with an actual minister leader before being paired with a care receiver. For leaders, it is a week of intensive training through the Stephen Ministry, a worldwide organization, that gives them not only counseling techniques but also resources to give to leaders in their own church. Once a minister is paired Learning how to listenChurch teaching to lend a soothing ear By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Osceola County district 2 Commissioner John Quiones will have a challenger in his 2014 bid for re-election. Kissimmee resident David Garcia, 34, a county Department of Corrections employee and current teacher at Heritage Christian School, said he saw serving on the commission as a new way to serve his community. Ive been here quite a while, and Ive served the county, now I serve the community by teaching the youth and now this is a different way to serve, the 1999 Gateway High School graduate and 23-year county resident said. I have behindthe-scenes experience of how the county runs. Garcia said transportation issues that can improve how the community moves about the county are high on his list. Hed like to see Bill Beck Boulevard constructed as a continuous route from Osceola Parkway south to U.S. Highway 192. Its been a plan for 20 years, but it seems the countys only focus is Osceola Parkway, he said. If we can connect Buenaventura Quiones to face challenger in 2014 re-election bid See Challenger, page A-5 By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Osceola Countys educators will see a raise in salary for this school year, and even better news is it will show up before Christmas. Teachers will see a $1,409 bump in this years salary, and support staff will see an hourly increase of 45 cents. The raises would become official after the Osceola County School Board approved them at its Nov. 5 meeting. The money comes from a distribution of funds allocated by Gov. Rick Scott in January. Osceola received a $8.6 million cut of that $480 million funding package. The School District and the teachers union worked out a deal that, once approved by the School Board, should get the first of the money into educators hands by no later than Dec. 15. Osceola County Educators Association President Apryle Jackson hoped they get it by Nov. 30. Either way, the raise will be retroactive to July 1. Still, Jackson said some teachers wouldnt be completely happy. Some had heard they were getting $2,500 this year, she said. The Legislature changed the allocation to be made to all employees, so we had to spread out the same amount of money. The raise for teachers comes in lieu of their step raise, an annual bump in pay given in the past for moving to the next year of seniority, this year. Teachers with zero to 15 years are actually getting more of a raise than before, and that makes up about 75 percent of our teachers, Jackson said. Those with 16 to 20 years in are actually getting less of a raise than in the past. She said that if this money is not provided by the Legislature next year or in the future, the union will renegotiate the salary scale next year. The district initially said salaries would go back to last years levels if the Legislature didnt provide money again next school year.Osceola teachers looking at $1,409 pay hike See T eachers, page A-7 See Bullying, page A-2 See Church, page A-5


Page A2, The Osceola County Sheriffs Office today, in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and other local law enforcement agencies, will participate in a program to r emove potentially dangerous prescription drugs from homes. The initiative provides an opportunity for residents to safely turn over expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances or other medications to law enforcement for destruction. The one-day effort brings national attention to the issue of pharmaceutical controlled substance abuse. It addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. More than 7 million Americans currently abuse prescription drugs, according to the 2009 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administrations National Survey on Drug Use and Health. The program is completely anonymous and free of charge. Residents who have unwanted prescription drugs can drop them off at four sites in Osceola County: Publix at Pleasant Hill Commons, located at 3343 S. Orange Blossom Trail in Kissimmee, Publix Ventura Downs, located at 1980 E. Osceola Parkway in Kissimmee, Publix The Promenade, located at 841 Cypress Parkway in Poinciana and, in conjunction with the St. Cloud Police Department, the Publix Center of St. Cloud, located 4401 13th St. in St. Cloud. All locations will have deputies from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All solid dosage pharmaceutical products and liquids in consumer containers will be accepted. Liquid products, such as cough syrup, should remain sealed in their original containers with the cap tightly sealed to prevent leakage. Intravenous solutions, injectables and syringes will not be accepted due to potential hazards. Turning in expired, unwanted or unused prescription and non-prescription drugs prevents mistaken use and availability to others such as children or individuals who might discover them. It is also, environmentally t he safest way for disposal, Sheriff Bob Hansell said.Osceola County Sheriffs Office participates in take back initiative Hansell a i ncident that happens out of school but affects what students do (or dont do) on a school campus. If it happens at home, we urge parents to call law enforcement, since its out of jurisdiction. But if it reaches the point that a student is afraid to come to school, we can then act on it. All of this can be a lot for concerned parents to digest. But they are not their childrens only advocates, Gasiorowski said, as every school campus in t he county, including charter schools, has a trained designee to enforce bullying guidelines for students who feel have become victimized can turn to. And I have trained them. We do it every year, Gasiorowski said. I think its huge that people, especially parents, know that.BullyingContinued from Page A-1 Kissimmee city commissioners recently approved a budget of $147.5 million for fiscal year 2014 and authorized 729 full and part-time positions. The budget is based on the millage rate of 4.6253, and this is the fifth consecutive year that this millage rate has been levied. Our staff and commissioners have worked hard to make sure the city is offering the best services possible for our community and have once again approved a fiscally responsible budget said City Manager Mike Steigerwald. As part of the budget, commissioners awarded $300,000 to local social service agencies including $100,000 for Osceola Council on the Aging, $ 50,000 f or Osceol a Mental Health/Park Place Behavioral H ealth Care $40,000 for HOME and $40,000 for Help Now of Osceola, Inc. The city appreciates and recognizes the importance of these social service organizations. Together, we are all working to give support and resources to our citizens that are in need, said Deputy City Manager Desiree Matthews. For more information and budget d etails, contact the City of Kissimmee Finance Department at 407-518-2170 or visit www.kissimmee.org.Kissimmee City Commission approves $147.5 million budgetThe Osceola County Sheriffs Office terminated a female deputy Thursday accused of attacking a St. Cloud police officer who she found sitting in a patrol car with her husband earlier this month. Deputy Edeania Nettles was terminated by the Sheriffs Office for violating the policy of conformance to the law, according to Sheriffs Office spokeswoman Twis Lizasuain. Nettles was briefly held in the Osceola County Jail and was under an internal investigation by the Osceola County Sheriffs Office before she was terminated. According to a St. Cloud Police report, St. Cloud Police Officer Jennifer Hoyos was on duty and sitting in her marked patrol car at Ted Broda Park in St. Cloud late Oct. 2. She was talking to St. Cloud Police Sgt. Elbert Nettles, Deputy Nettles husband, when Nettles drove up to Hoyos patrol car, got out and punched her in the face. The fight continued with Nettles ripping out a chunk of Hoyos hair and leaving injuries on her right knee, lip and scratches on her neck, before Hoyos was able to call another officer to the scene, reports stated. In the wake of Edeania Nettles attack on St. Cloud Officer Jennifer Hoyos, Ninth Circuit Court Judge Jeffrey Arnold issued Hoyos an injunction last week for her safety. An injunction is a no contact order between the two people, including non-verbal c ontact such as t exting or email, for a year. Hoyos filed for the injunction in fear of Sheriffs Office deputy fired after attacking St. Cloud police officer See Deputy, page A-7 MICHAEL J. 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Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A3 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter Kissimmee residents soon will be able to completely avoid traffic by using a bike/ pedestrian bridge over John Young Parkway. The bridge is one of the biggest pieces in the citys Kissimmee Loop Trail, which will give pedestrians and cyclists access along Kissimmees busiest streets, as well as connect to the larger Shingle Creek Regional Trail, once construction is finished. We think its a wonderful opportunity for the citizens of Kissimmee and for users of the trail outside of the area to be able to connect with the Shingle Creek Regional Park Trail, moving from a more urban bike path to the rural experience that the Shingle Creek Regional Trail offers, Steve Lackey, assistant director of Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities said. The bridge has been a part of the citys master plans since the mid-1990s. Design for the bridge specifically began in 2009. A construction and engineering firm was approved last Tuesday by the city commission. Construc-City of Kissimmee progressing with pedestrian bridge over parkwayIn addition to the home movies being shown of Bug Boy, the event will bring awareness of ALD which includes a bone marrow donor drive with mouth swabs to gauge eligibility. A bone marrow transplant is the only known cure for the disease that affects 1 in 18,000 boys. Theres a possibility of two boys in our community with this, Dawn Grigsby said. While theres a 96 percent success rate with a bone marrow transplant, the disorder must be detected early. With Gabriel, however, detection came too late. Nobody would do the transplant because it could have left him in a vegetative state, Dawn Grigsby said. Gabriels parents began noticing something was wrong with their youngest son when his grades started declining, his handwriting became illegible and his eyes turned out. He was diagnosed with ADL in January 2012 and by the following year Gabriel had stopped walking. He stopped talking, his mother said. He went blind toward the end. The disease is detected by a simple blood test put through a specialized machine. Gabriels MRI also showed severe abnormalities, Dawn Grigsby said. The family now is working with State Rep. Mike La Rosa (R-Kissimmee) to draft a bill that would require the blood test to become part of a childs required blood work during annual physical exams. Childhood ADL is typically diagnosed between the ages of 4 and 10. It wouldnt add costs to it, Dawn Grigsby said, adding other states passed similar legislation, including New York and New Jersey. It would just be added to the long list of things they already do. This isnt the first battle Dawn and Pete Grigsby have fought for Gabriel. The boys were adopted by the couple from their mothers biological niece after a twoyear court battle when the brothers were 4 and 6. Gabriel grew into a funl oving child w ho enjoyed performing and telling jokes. Once, when Gabriel began dancing in public, passersby gave him dollars. His favorite movie was Monsters, Inc and he told everyone he was going to be an act-tor, his mother said. After ADL stole his ability to speak, he used a voice box to tell jokes. He was just really full of life, the class clown, Dawn Grigsby said. We always said hed be the little Elvis performer and Nathan would be the Colonel. Nathan, who turned 13 the month his brother died, is working through his grief for the brother for which he used to make a bed of pillows and blankets on the floor so Gabriel could watch movies with him. Nathan has had a lot of tragedy in his life. Hes doing remarkably well, Dawn Grigsby said. He knew Gabe wasnt going to be with us forever. Gabriels birthday celebration is today from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Cornerstone Church in St. Cloud. A love offering of $5 per person is requested, but children dressed as superheroes will be admitted free. GabrielContinued from Page A-1 I llustration/City of KissimmeeAt left is a rendering of the p edestrian bridge that will be built over John Y oung Parkway. The bridge is one of the biggest pieces in the citys Kissimmee Loop Trail, which will give pedestrians and cyclists access along Kissimmees busiest streets, as well as connect to the larger Shingle Creek Regional Trail, once construction is finished. See Bridge, page A-7 Restore your Smile with the gentle touch of a lady dentist. COSMETIc C AND FAMILY DDENTISTRY VISIT US AT OUR NEW LOCATION! 2618 13th St. St. Cloud, FL(Right across from Kentucky Fried Chicken & Dairy Queen)407-957-5344www.dentistorlando.com NEW Patients & Emergencies Welcomed! EVeENING APPOINTMeENTS AND FINaANCING AVaAILaABLeE 083113.SNG Lizette M. Morad, D.M.D.Dr. Lizette M. Morad really cares! 102413.TNG 102413.TNG


Page A4, Thanking Jay WheelerTo the Editor: I think it is worthy for Osceola County residents to note that for the past year their School Board Chairman, Jay Wheeler, has also served their community with distinction as chairman of the Central Florida Public School Board Coalition, consisting of the school boards of Manatee, Lake, Volusia, Marion, Hillsborough, Orange, Seminole, Polk, Brevard and Osceola Counties. Mr. Wheeler has successfully organized monthly leadership meetings of representatives of these 10 counties to develop ways for better creating public education success in Osceola and the other member counties. It is not an easy job, but Mr. Wheeler has met and exceeded his responsibilities with grace and competence to the benefit of all coalition members and the citizens of Osceola County. I want to thank Osceola residents for sharing Mr. Wheelers ability and dedication with our coalition. Dave Miner Manatee School Board Member Bradenton Our standards for heroism really have tanked, and a new Hollywood movie has driven that point home at 180 mph. Ron Howards breathtaking new movie, Rush, is the story of the famous 1976 season of Formula One legends Niki Lauda and James Hunt, during which world champion Lauda had a near-fatal crash at Germanys Nurburgring track. The film underscores just how easily impressed weve become as a society since the Lauda-Hunt era. I walked out of the theater wanting to punt a Bieber. Just 42 days after Laudas disfiguring crash a priest had read the Austrian driver the last rites -he climbed back into his Ferrari to defend his championship against Britains James Hunt. If that doesnt leave you slack-jawed, Laudas post-racing heroics (omitted from the film) ought to do the trick. Lauda is as well known here in Europe for his business accomplishments as he is for those of his racing career, having founded two airlines: Lauda Air (now defunct) and NIKI (now a subsidiary of Air Berlin). In 1991, Lauda Air Flight 004, a Boeing 767-300ER, crashed in Thailand, killing all 223 passengers aboard. Boeing was prepared to blame pilot error rather than a mechanical problem with the thrust reverser that Lauda had suspected to be the cause. Thats when Lauda, a commercial pilot himself, stepped in. In an interview with The Guardian, Lauda explained: I said, Take a 767, load it up like it was with two pilots, deploy the reverse thrust in the air and, if it keeps on flying, I want to be on board. If you guys are so sure that people can continue to fly these airplanes without being at risk, then lets do it. Boeing declined, and the company acknowledged that a mechanical failure had led to the tragedy. Without Lauda offering to put his own life on the line in the greater interests of the truth, who knows what similarly fatal consequences might have transpired. Now THAT is a hero. But take todays icons. No, really -take them, please. What kind of standards do we set, if any, for those we pronounce heroes, role models or icons? It seems to be enough just to win sporting contests, or sing well, or survive a highprofile divorce from a billionaire, or appear on airbrushed magazine covers. M erely pushing the kill button on a drone joystick, at zero risk to oneself, gets people war medals now. The truth about genuine heroes is that they arent popular in their time -at least not in the likeable sense. Leadership, a quality that bona fide heroes typically possess, rarely makes one a sweetheart of the masses. They tend to ruffle feathers, as Lauda did and continues to do. To wit, Rush emphasizes that, unlike his rival Hunt, Lauda wasnt exactly Mr. Popularity among other drivers. If youre focused on pleasing others, then you arent truly leading -youre merely reflecting. During that fateful week at Nurburgring, Lauda called a meeting of his fellow racers and implored them to boycott the race because of dangerous track conditions. He lost that vote but turned out to be spot-on in his assessment -tragically so. The willingness to take an unpopular stand is common among leaders, because if being one was easy, then more people would assume leadership roles. It often rubs people the wrong way when a leader eschews popular opinion and the status quo in favor of steadfast commitment to principles (not to mention the inevitable envy of their success). Leaders often have to settle for the grudging respect they earn through consistent proof of merit. To them, its all about the long game. Lauda consulted extensively with Rush screenwriter Peter Morgan of Frost/Nixon fame. In the film, Lauda (portrayed by Lauda doppelganger Daniel Bruhl) says to James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth): A wise man can learn more from his enemies than a fool from his friends. Take the celebrity your kids idolize. Now take the celebrity who recently engaged in a public catfight with your kids favorite celeb. Now try to imagine Laudas words of wisdom coming out of either of their mouths. Better yet, take your kids to see Rush so they can learn what their standard for heroism ought to be. Rachel Marsden is a columnist, political strategist and former Fox News host based in Paris. She appears frequently on TV and in publications in the U.S. and abroad. Her website can be found at http://www. rachelmarsden.com. Heres hoping Osceola County doesnt have any Rebecca Sedwicks inside its schools hallways. In case you havent been paying attention to the story, which has gone national, Rebecca was the 12-year girl from neighboring Polk County who committed suicide after being viciously bullied for months by as many as 15 girls. The School District of Osceola County has initiated anti-bullying programs in the past, and we applaud it for that. But we can only hope this sad and tragic incident has school administrators giving new life to anti-bullying campaigns that reach teachers, parents and students. We owe the students the right to go to school to get a good education without getting harassed, picked on or made to feel inferior. It hurts. And their education will surely suffer for it. A parent can log a bullying incident on the School District website by clicking on the on Student Resources. The site states that its monitored daily. Thats great, but dont stop there. Any parent who believes that their child is being bullied should immediately phone the principal, their School Board member or the superintendent. Make sure it stops. Sadly, that wasnt done for Rebecca, for whatever reason. On Sept. 9, authorities said, Rebecca climbed a tower at an abandoned concrete plant in Polk County and jumped to her death. What makes a 12-year-old even contemplate suicide, never mind actually carrying it out, leaving her family and friends in anguish? Obviously, this poor soul was so distraught that she believed there was no other way out. Be proactive. Watch for any signs that your child is being bullied. According to the website Stopbullying.gov, bullying signs include: unexplainable injuries; lost or destroyed clothing, books, electronics, or jewelry; frequent headaches or stomach aches, feeling sick or faking illness; changes in eating habits, like suddenly skipping meals or binge eating; difficulty sleeping or frequent nightmares; declining grades, loss of interest in schoolwork, or not wanting to go to school; sudden loss of friends or avoidance of social situations; feelings of helplessness or decreased self-esteem; and self-destructive behaviors such as running away from home, harming themselves, or talking about suicide. This is not just a local problem; bullying is nationwide. Sadly, it took the loss of a little girl to bring it into the forefront again. Submit letters to the editor to Osceola News-Gazette, 108 Church St., Kissimmee, FL 34741. If you wish to fax your letter to the newspaper, the number is 407-846-8516. Email letters to news@ osceolanewsgazette.com. No more than one letter per writer will be published each month. An individual will be allowed to submit one letter of rebuttal if he or an organization he represents is the subject of a letter to the editor. All letters include the name, address and daytime phone number of the writer for verification purposes. The News-Gazette will not publish the writers phone number. Letters to the editor are published on Thursdays and Saturdays. They also may be published in other Florida Sun Publications, including on the News-Gazette website. If you have any questions about letters to the editor or the Opinion page, contact Editor Brian McBride at 321-402-0436. Email at bmcbride@osceolanewsgazette.com. Our view Got a gripe? Rush driver Lauda challenges our definitions of heroismThe film surprises you with vast silences. It is an emptiness that at first seems jarring to sensibilities trained to believe every moment must be crammed. By contrast, this movie takes you into moments of pregnant stillness: no movement on the screen, no dialogue, no swelling music to cue your emotions. At one point, the camera takes what feels like a minute to study Solomon Northups face as he absorbs the awfulness of his predicament. He does nothing. He says nothing. He simply is. It is silence as respite, silence that gives you room to contemplate and feel. You end up grateful for it, even though most of what you contemplate and feel is painful and sad. Years a Slave is based on Northups 1853 memoir of the same name. In the movie, actor Chiwetel Ejiofor is Northup, a free black man from upstate New York who, in 1841, is kidnapped and sold. The film has received glowing reviews, all of them deserved. But it is more than a masterpiece. It is also the most unsparing, unsentimental depiction of American slavery ever filmed. And it could not arrive at a more propitious time. America practiced the buying and selling of human beings for 246 years from before it was a country until after that country was torn apart and forced back together over the question of whether the practice would continue. The enslavement of Africans and the murder and forced removal of American Indians are the worst things America ever did to Americans. Nothing else even comes close. The latter, we dont talk about. The former, we talk around. We make it a cartoon, a two-gun, twobit fantasy like Django Unchained. We make it a political talking point, as in the esteemed black doctor who deemed the Affordable Care Act the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery ... One struggles to imagine the Jewish response if anyone, let alone a Jew, compared health-care reform to the Holocaust. We do not revere. We do not respect. At some fundamental level, we do not even understand. Or want to. So it falls to Ejiofor and director Steve McQueen, two Britons, to tell us this most American of stories. Their movie is not an easy one. Often, its vast silences are filled with soft weeping from its audience. The violence is physical. And emotional. And always. There is a scene where a woman is beaten, the whip cutting skin down to the white meat of her, blood spraying with every blow. There is a scene where two men are hanged, legs pawing uselessly at empty air until finally, life grants them the mercy of death. There is a scene where the camera pans up from Northup, a free man screaming for help down in a slave dungeon, to show, in the distance, the Capitol building of the United States. The juxtaposition is eloquent in its wordlessness. Some will likely cite the hardness of the movie as a reason not to see it. But it can be argued that, unless one understands the crime this film describes and that means to comprehend in depth, not to skate through the superficial outlines -one cannot truly understand America, either then or now. Years a Slave can be said to serve the same purpose in an era where African-American communities no longer explode, but simmer with poverty, crime, absence, injustice and neglect. In its searing power the movie commands those lost virtues of reverence and respect. In its haunted silences, it testifies to what America was -and is, still. The film is not just brilliant. Its necessary. Leonard Pitts is a columnist for The Miami Herald, 1 Herald Plaza, Miami, Fla., 33132. Readers may contact him via email at lpitts@ miamiherald.com. Their view No newspaper?If you have signed up to receive copies of the Osceola NewsGazette and it is not being delivered, contact Kathy Beck ham, c irculation manager, by phone at 321-402-0401, or by email at kbeckham@osceolanewsgazette.com. 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Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A5 By Tiffanie Reynolds Staff W riter The Kissimmee City Commission rejected an appeal from downtown building owners to stop the opening of a new private school, saying it would affect their properties negatively. Freedomland Christia n Academy, which will be located on North Main Street, will be a private school with daycare facilities, pre-K and elementary classes. Plus, there will be classroom buildings for a virtual school program for high school students a nd space for a dministra tive offices and multipurpose activity space. The property sits between Cherry and Orange Streets on North Main Street, and in addition to parking on property will add staff parking lots on Robinson Avenue. Building owners northwest of the property, who lease their building space to different businesses, were against the school plans and presented the appeal to the commission. The appeal centered around one concern: the Florida state law restricting business within 500 feet of a school to sell alcohol. Under this restriction, one of their buildings would be affected, as well as other properties across the Main Street corridor from the school. Its one of the busier corners of the city, and we would be unable to lease to restauwith a care receiver, the interaction lasts as long as the person needs it. Sessions are mutually agreed by the receiver and minister, and can last from a few weeks to as long as 18 months. Ministers not only emphasize listening, but establishing a listening relationship with the person to help them begin to understand their issue and what can be done about it. You know, when youre willing to listen to someone and commit some time, it elevates t heir self-esteem so much, b ecause youre saying that theyre worth listening to. And thats a big obstacle to get beyond, Slayter said. In their training, ministers are taught to work with people that they wouldnt be able to relate to right away, which is why listening skills are very important. For the very serious situations, they r esources for professional help at their fingertips. People interested in the ministry or their services can call First Presbyterian Church at 407-8472807 to start the process of being matched with a Stephen minister. ChurchContinued from Page A-1 Contact Tiffanie Reynolds at 321-402-0434 or by email at treynolds@osceolanews gazette.com.Lakes with Heritage Park, and relieve the strain on Mill Slough and Denn John Lane, it would really benefit the community. Garcia also is championing the widening of Boggy Creek Road north of Buenaventura Boulevard, and would like to see an improved intersection were Valencia College, U.S. Highway 192, Denn John Lane and Old Boggy Creek Road. We need to improve the traffic flow around there, the Quail Hallow resident said. If that requires teamwork with a representative from the neighboring district, Im willing to do that. Quiones, who has served on the County Commission since 2007 after three terms in the State Legislature, said he said he hoped to be able to continue the work hes done in the district to enhance r esidents quality of life and opportunity. Weve improved infrastructure, and now the uninsured have a health clinic, he said. I want this to continue to be a county that provides for the uninsured. Quiones also said he wanted to work to expand after-school programs for children, noting the Boys and Girls Club in BVL serves as many as 75 children during the week. Id like to see that expand, if Im able, he said. We have parents in our area working two and three jobs to provide for their families, and we cant afford for their children to be baby-sat by technology. Both are Republicans, and would face off in Augusts primary election. In district 4, the other commission seat to be contested in 2014, Republican incumbent and board Chairman Frank Attkisson has filed to run again. Democrat Cheryl Grieb, a current Kissimmee city commissioner serving out her second and final (due to term limits) term also has filed. 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Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A7 Osceola County received a $ 25,000 grant from Wells Fargo-National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) to support its Better Water Quality and Habitat in an Urban Watershed Project. The grant is part of a new program aimed at awarding $15 million over the next five years to organizations focused on key environmental issues. The funds will be used to beautify a city stormwater pond near Lake Tohopekaliga. Osceola County was selected out of more than 500 submissions. The citys work provided a key $1.7 million match in the grant process. Wells Fargos impressive commitment to conserving o ur nations l ands, waters and precious natural heritage will have a dynamic effect on communities across the country, said Jeff Trandahl, executive CEO of NFWF. tion is anticipated to begin in December. The bridge will span over John Young Parkway between Lake Tivoli Boulevard and Bermuda Lake Lane. It will be 12 feet wide, to accommodate both pedestrians and cyclists. The bridge will connect two finished trails in the Kissimmee Loop with concrete landings and a concrete box culvert to the east of John Young Parkway crossing of the Kissimmee Canal. Construction of the project was awarded to Gibbs & Register of Winter Garden, with engineering and construction inspection awarded to Infrastructure Engineers, Inc. Its key. Its right in the middle of the city, the (Kissimmee) loop and the bridge bringing in all of these residential as well as commercial properties and giving them a chance to cross safely across John Young Parkway, Randy Schrader, special project/long range planner for Kissimmee, said. The bridge is expected to have no impact on the environment. It will be built out of natural materials, rather than metal, and use solar power to give the bridge light at night. The landscaping on the end ramps connecting the bridge to the rest of Kissimmee Loop Trail will have native plants, which will be able to stand the heat as well as last longer while requiring less water. For this landscape, the city wont use an irrigation system but will collect rainwater through a depression in the landscape to keep the plants hydrated. The push for an eco-sustainable design was part of the City Commissions plans to build more energy efficient structures in Kissimmee. Features like solar panels also will take some power off of Kissimmee Utility Authority for the bridge, making the bridge cheaper to maintain by the city as well as easier to install in the construction process. The bridge is designed to have zero impact, and we did not want to use electricity. We wanted to use solar power to offset any electrical needs that are required for the construction and the bridge, Dave Derrick, director of Public Works and Engineering, said. The project will cost a total of $8.5 million, with $7.9 million going toward the construction and $516,054 for inspection. Nettles attacking her again. But, during the injunction hearing, both women claimed t hat Elbert Nettles was the common denominator of the dispute. In Hoyos petition, she said that she began a relationship with Elbert Nettles a year and a half ago on his word that he was filing for divorce. During that time, Edeania Nettles sent Hoyos threatening texts, emails and calls about her actions before the confrontation on Oct. 2. In the injunction paperwork dated Oct. 3, Hoyos referred to Elbert Nettles as an ex-boyfriend and said that he lied to her about filing for divorce. The raise for support staff and employees like paraprofessionals was made a flat rate rather than a percentage in order to raise all employees wages in the manner that a rising tide lifts all boats. The majority of support employees make $21,000 a year. With a percentage they would get less and the few district employees who make higher would get more, Jackson said. Im satisfied. I wish we could have gotten more. The district didnt contribute any money into this, it was all from the Legislature.TeachersContinued from Page A-1 DeputyContinued from Page A-2 BridgeContinued from Page A-3 rants that sell beer and wine, to pharmacies like CVS, or any other retailer that sells beer and wine. We feel its unfair that our neighbor can change land use and we would be burdened. We would lose existing property rights that we have, Dean Sant, owner of two buildings adjacent to school property, said. Not only concerned for the future of their personal business, they, as well as other downtown business owners, stressed to the commission that adding a school on North Main Street will further limit the retail options of that corridor. The commission agreed with their concerns, saying that another school would not be the best use of property in that corridor. Along with limiting business options in that area, some commissioners also voiced concerns of safety for the kids who will be attending the private school. Theyre next to the second most busiest intersection in the entire city, City Commissioner Sara Shaw said. All it takes is a four-year-old to run out into traffic, and you cant take that back. But, as much as the board agreed with the appeal, City Attorney Don Smallwood reminded commissioners that they couldnt reject the plans solely on what they think should be built on the property. The Planning Advisory Board approved the school plans and its recommendation only can be rejected if the board finds evidence that its recommendation is arbitrary, unreasonable or discriminatory. Lucie Ghioto, planner from Planning and Zoning who presented the schools plans, told the board that the plans are consistent with the surrounding area. And Timothy Shutz, the engineer for the private school, read the Main Street Community Redevelopment Agencys goal of adding educational facilities downtown. Weve cared for the community. Weve cared for the neighborhood. Weve purchased 17 properties, and made something nice out of the neighborhood. What were investing in is beautifying the area, bringing good education to the area, which is what the city promotes, Alberto Montez from the House of Freedom organization said. Smallwood also reassured the commission that restaurants would be able to operate within 500 feet of the property if more than 51 percent of their sales come from food and non-alcoholic drinks. The commission rejected the appeal by a 4-1 vote, but planned to revisit the zoning in the Main Street corridor to better reflect the citys current goals. City Manager Mike Steigerwald also recommende d that Kissimmee Community Redevelopment Agency meet with business owners in the area to talk about the future needs on Main Street.SchoolContinued from Page A-5 County gets $25,000 water quality grant 102413.TNG Dear Buenaventura Lakes Resident:Toho Water Authority is the provider of water service, for the Buenaventura Lakes Area. Bue naventura Lakes (BVL) receives its water from a water plant (PWS# 3490184) located inside the BVL area as well as from other Toho Water Authority water plants outside the BVL area known as the Eastern Water System (PWS# 3490751). The standards and requirements for providing drinking water service are set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets drinking water standards and requires the disinfection of drinking water. However, when used in the treatment of drink ing water, disinfectants react with naturally occurring organic and inorganic matter present in water to form chemicals called disinfection byproducts (DBPs). EPA has determined that some DBPs may cause health effects at certain levels of exposure. Certain DBPs, including some tri halomethanes (THMs) and some haloacetic acids (HAAs), have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals. Other DBPs have been shown to affect the liver and the nervous system, and cause reproductive or developmental effects in laboratory animals. Exposure to low levels of certain DBPs over many years may produce similar effects in people. EPA has set standards to limit exposure to THMs, HAAs and other DBPs. There are 102 standards and substances regulated by the EPA and FDEP which must be either absent or below the regulated level. The maximum contaminant level (MCL) is the term for the maximum allowable level of a substance in drinking water. A substance must be less than or equal to the maximum contaminant level (MCL) to be in compliance with the regulation.One of these groups of substances regulated for drinking water is Total Trihalomethanes, known as TTHMs. TTHMs are compounds formed from a reaction of chlorine with dissolved organic substances naturally present in the water. The MCL or standard for TTHMs is 80 parts per billion (ppb). Another of these groups of substances regulated for drinking water is haloacetic acids (HAA5s). The MCL or standard for HAA5s is 60 ppb. The standard for both groups is based on a running annual average (RAA) of samples taken quarterly or is the average of all samples taken during the year if the system monitors less frequently than quarterly. The data from the most recent quarterly samples collected from October 23, 2012, through August 26, 2013, by Toho Water Authority indicated the RAA was 84.5 ppb for TTHMs and 43.5 ppb for HAA5s. Based on these results, an MCL RAA violation has been generated for TTHMs. This is not an immediate health risk. If it had been, you would have been notified immediately. However, some people who drink the water containing trihalomethanes in excess of the MCL over many years may experience problems with their liver, kidneys, or central nervous system and may have an increased risk of getting cancer. It has been estimated by the EPA that harmful effects may be noticed if a person consumes 2 liters of water with TTHMs in excess of the stan dard on a daily basis for 70 years. You DO NOT need to use an alternative (e.g., bottled) water supply. If you have specific health concerns consult your doctor.The water system in BVL allows for a long residence time for the water in the mains in some ar eas. A long residence time has shown to be a significant contributing factor in producing DBPs in a water system. Another contributing factor is the presence of a level of dissolved organic matter in the water to react with chlorine to produce the levels of disinfection byproducts (DBPs). Elevated levels of DBPs in the BVL water system have not been an issue since August 2006. In the past regular flushing has controlled the DBP level in the distribution system and TWA is revisiting aggressive flushing to reduce and control the current DBP levels. TWA is also investigating additional improvements to the water system to help prevent a recurrence of this event.Toho Water Authority will be implementing regular flushing as well as the continued quarterly monitoring, and a public notice will be mailed to each customer every 90 days until the MCL violation is corrected.For questions or additional information please contact Mary Guidone, Public Information Coordinator: By phone 407-944-5142 By e-mail mguidone@tohowater.com By e-mail customerservice@tohowater.com By writing to Toho Water Authority at 951 Martin Luther King Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34741Please share this information with all other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example in apartments, nursing homes, schools and businesses). 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Page A8, District x-country Follow us on Twitte r Lady Dogs are champions By Rick Pedone Sports Editor St. Cloud won the 4A-5 district girls cross country championship Wednesday by winning a tiebreaker with host George Jenkins in Lakeland. The Lady Bulldogs (35) and Jenkins (35) tied for first place, but St. Cloud was the winner because its sixth-place runner finished ahead of Jenkins No. 6. It was pretty amazing to see because George Jenkins had defeated (St. Cloud) three times during the regular season, Bulldogs Coach Kevin Harkema said. It was a very tough course with a huge hill at the beginning which could be intimidating, but our girls rose to the challenge and ran great. Jenkins (31) won the boys race, but St. Cloud (92) and Osceola (104) were second and third, respectively, and advanced to next weeks regional meet. Celebration (135) was fifth and Gateway (159) finished eighth. Jenkins Emily English (20:00) won the girls race ahead of St. Clouds Gracie Miller (20:20) and Karissa Solorzano (20:28). Octavia Gonzalez (20:54) finished fifth for St. Cloud. Devin Montalvo and Kim Napolean were 12 th and 13 th The Lady Bulldogs sixthplace runner, Jessica Martin (23:17), finished three spots ahead of Jenkins Casey Johnson (23:59). The top four teams and top 15 individuals advanced to the regionals. Celebrations Christine Infantolino (10 th 22:16) and Osceolas Keilah Vicari (11th, 22:30) advanced from the girls race. St. Clouds Harvey Ferriera (3 rd 17:20) led the Bulldogs. Devin Rubenstein, Jarrett McNutt, Matthew Mapes and Chris Rodriguez all scored for St. Cloud. The boys did a great job competing, Harkema said. Osceolas top runner was Edwin Estrella (18:11), who finished 12 th Celebrations Justin Corinealdi (6 th 17:51) and Gateways Jose Alvarado (15 th 18:24) advanced as individuals from the boys race. Feels like old times up at Doak Campbell Stadium. Is that Charlie Ward, Warrick Dunn and Peter Warrick? Nope, its Jameis Winston, James Wilder, Jr. and Nick OLeary. Isnt this how its supposed to be, Seminoles fans? Only way it can get better is if Bobby Bowden got shuttled right down to the sideline and dropped a few dadgummits. So, of course, hell be at the N.C. State game tonight, equipped with the Flaming Spear. Hey 2013, 1993 called and asked for the offense back after youre done borrowing it. And if the defense comes calling, Id suggest being nice. I remember Derrick Brooks as a Nole. He was no joke. A nd speaking of nice, how about those UCF Knights? Remember when they ... well, I mean ... wait, theyve never done this before. The Black and Gold faithful have never s een their team get up off the canvas in a big game ... three times ... on the road ... on national TV ... against a top 10 team. How are they coping after beating Louisville, digging out of a 28-7 second half hole? Apparently t heyre making hotel reservations for the first weekend in January in New Orleans, or Miami, or Tempe, or wherever the bowl projections are today. No doubt that was an epic win last week, and the Knights deserve all the talk theyre getting. But, as nice as it is to be on top of the world, a loss in any of their remaining games would level their BCS bowl dreams. MAC champion Northern Illinois got a BCS berth last year. Already, UCF, at No. 23 in the BCS standings, is looking up at Mountain West leader Fresno State (17) and NIU (18). The five UCF opponents after today feature a handful of landmines. Houston was undefeated until a narrow loss to BYU. Rutgers is a physical team that likes a good street fight. Luckily, UCF gets both at home. Then theres that last home game. USF comes on Black Friday and it would like nothing more than to throw some Bull chips in UCFs celebratory punch bowl. The pressure is on; any loss through the finale at SMU on Dec. 7 will make a 10-2 season a disappointment. If the Knights win out and reach 11-1, UCF can capture an opportunity that, with the BCS becoming the four-team College Football Playoff next year, they may not have again. UCF in a bowl like the Orange would be sweet, right there with the weeks other yummy topic, the Mighty News-Gazette Divine Nine This week, with Halloween looming, News-Gazette Candyologist Steve Sweet Tooth Krause from production provides his top nine Halloween treats: No. 1: Chocolate Fun Size bars (He isnt picky. Mars, Hershey, Milky Way he steals them all.). No. 2: Reeses (pieces or cups. The man will take anything you drop in his bag). No. 3: Skittles/M&Ms (too close to call). No. 4: Tootsie Pops (Have you ever finished one without crunching through to the chocolate?). No. 5: Starburst/ Jolly Rogers. No. 6: Gummy bears or worms, either works. No. 7: Smarties. No. 8: Twizzlers. No. 9: Candy Corn. 9b: Deep Fried Turkey Pudding (Just kidding. You have to wait till Thanksgiving for that special treat.). To the picks: UConn at UCF (-23): UCF loses this one and you can pick my Halloween outfit, and it better be black. Knights by 19 NC State at FSU (-32): They say Noles need style points to stay at No. 2 in the BCS. Noles by a stylish 27. South Carolina (-5) at Missouri: Popular costume in Columbia: a starting quarterback. Spurriers by 3. Texas at TCU (-2): Longhorns fans thought Mack Brown was the Not-SoGreat Pumpkin. But things are looking Feeling good at FSU, UCF Ken JacksonStaff Writer Picks of the Weak The Heritage Christian volleyball team reached the second round of the FCC playoffs.Photo/Special to the News-GazetteSt. Clouds Devin Montalvo placed 12th at the 4A-5 district cross country meet in Lakeland Wednesday to help the Lady Dogs win the championship.News-Gazette Photo/Donald Lamb Tiebreaker works for St. Cloud; boys 2nd By Ken Jackson Staff W riter Harmony will play for its fifth consecutive district volleyball c hampionship today at 7 p.m. against host and No. 1-seed Lake Nona High, playing in its first district final ever. The Longhorns, seeded third in the District 7A-5 tournament, upset No. 2 seed Osceola Wednesday at Lake Nona. The winner of todays champonship will h ost a 7A-2 regional playoff game Tuesday at 7 p.m. against Lakeland, the 7A-6 runnerup. The 7A-6 champ, Lakeland George Jenkins, will host the Harmony-Lake Nona loser. Harmony (11-15) played point for point with the Kowboys (20-5) in a 25-20, 16-25, 25-22, 25-23 semifinal win that sent the Longhorns back to the regional playoffs, which begin Tuesday. We played a great game and OHS probably didnt, Coach Drew Strauch said. I was praying for mental toughness and they finally showed it. Thanks to the serving of Sam Pearo and the hitting of Chaney Howard, who is just months removed from ACL surgery, Harmony scored the final eight points of the first set. Osceola led 20-18 before the Harmony onslaught. Strauch said a small rally at the end of the second game, when the Longhorns trailed 20-9 but managed to narrow that gap, likely made wins in the final two games possible. Alora Justesens block with the score tied 23-23 in the final game the stage f or t he w in, which wa s clinched when an Osceola hit attempt was fired wide. Howard said the Longhorns werent ready to end their season, or its string of See Column, page A-9 See Dogs, page A-9 Heritage Eagles became volleyball power in 2013Harmony middle blocker Sydney White (15) and her teammates upended Osceola Wednesday to advance to todays 7A-5 district championship game.News-Gazette Photo/Andrew Sullivan Harmony plays for 5th straight volleyball title By Rick Pedone Sports Editor The Heritage Christian volleyball team reached the second round of the Florida Christian Conference playoffs recently before losing a five-game decision at Palm Grove. The Lady Eagles (15-8) won nine of their last 11 games, including victories against FCC powerhouses Grace Christian and Real Life Christian. These girls are fantastic. They bought into the system I put into place and really showed that if they worked hard there was going to be some profit in the hard work, Coach Jimmy Estrella said. Estrella said the volleyball See Horns, page A-9 See Eagles, page A-9


Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page A9 I talked to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission about the Trophy Bass contest for 2013-14. Some changes have been made for this year. In t he past, a photo of the fish on a scale and a measuring device such as a tape measure and a yardstick, with a witness, were needed to verify the catch. Also, the fish had to be released alive. This year, only a photo of the fish on a good scale and a live release are needed. Big bass certificates are presented for your lunker bass. Last year, angler Bob Williams caught the biggest bass, a 13-lb., 4-oz. giant out of the Rodman Reservoir. That catch earned him over $1,000 in gifts and a ring valued at $3,000. FFWC is asking anglers to clip a small piece off a fin so that they can check it for genetics reasons. If you do this, place the small piece in alcohol and send it to Fish and Wildlife. With the information they receive from this program, they can get a better handle on what areas are producing the biggest bass and then determine what types of conditions are producing these bigger bass. Sounds like a win-win program. Cooler water has kept the bass fishing pretty active. Some bass are still schooling around the lake. Top-water lures, f lukes and plastic worms will all work when the fish are active. Some bigger fish are being caught on live bait. Large wild shiners will get you some good action. Spec fishing is really turni ng on. Some are bein g caught out in deeper water. Trolling jigs and minnows seems to be working best. Some limit catches are being reported. Im hungry for specs just writing about them! Send information about your big catch to capjac@ usfamily.net Jacque MitchellFishin Fun Trophy Bass contest Sports briefsColumnContinued from page A-8DogsContinued from page A-8up. Burnt Orange by 4 in Pumpkin Spice Upset Special. Stanford (-3.5) at Oregon State: Stanford cant afford another Pac-12 screwup. Cardinal by 3. The paid professionals: San Fran (-16.5) at Jacksonville in London: Leave the Jags there, everyone says. But then wed have to watch them every week because the NFL would somehow find a way to declare Orlando to be Londons secondary market. Niners by 14 and some fish and chips. Miami at New England (-6.5): Dress him up however you want, Tom Brady is still Pats QB. Minutemen by 7. Dallas at Detroit (-3): Tony Romo and Matt Stafford will make this look like a Pac12 game. Cowboys by 8 points and 55 passes. Pittsburgh (-2.5) at Oakland: Hey 2013, 1973 called and wants this game to be epic again. Iron City by 3. N.Y. Jets at Cincinnati (-6.5): First game thatll make New York reach for the candy bowl or for something stronger. Bengals by 10. N.Y. Giants at Philadelphia (-5.5): Eagles have lost nine in a row at home. Time to close the haunted house. Green Birds by 4. Brian Big Man McBrides Super Sniffer Upset Special: Dallas over Lions by 3. Pete The Gators Are Going To Win Covino says: Leave me the heck alone. Andrew Flaming Spear Sullivan says: Noles by 42. Seems good. Rick Pedone says: Lions by 1, G-men by 2. The teams next compete Nov. 2 at the 4A-2 regional at North Port, near Sarasota. Harmonys boys (69) advanced from the 3A-6 meet at Lake Nona Wednesday. Lake Nona (30) was first. Jacob Gilbert (17:14) was sixth, Canyon Huff (17:17) was seventh and Jose Loredo (17:41) was eighth for HHS. Harmonys girls (93) werefifth behind Lake Nona (34). Rebecca Ouellette (21:32) finished seventh for Harmony. Poincianas girls were third at the 2A-9 district meet at Lakeland Tenoroc Wednesday and go to the Region 2 meet at Holiday Nov. 2. Poincianas Jaydainel Castro qualified in 15th place for the boys. Liberty competed Friday at the 3A-8 meet at Sebring. four straight district titles. We knew we had to play together and everybody had to be on their game, she said. Later in the match it was like, Its about time, and we kept it going. Junior libero Alexis Trowbridge said the team was mentally ready Wednesday. We knew we had to be ready for anything. This was the first time all year we truly came together, she said. Its just soaking in that we beat Osceola. Strauch said that the team has fought through adversity to earn a return trip to the playoffs. The team lost Head Coach Eric Trowbridge early in the season because of a School District of Osceola County investigation. Harmony Athletic Director Chuck Hitt said Trowbridges status with the team would be determined by the Harmony administration after the season is over. Harmony reached the regional semifinals last year where it lost against Lake Minneola after reaching the Class 7A state tournament in 2011. Osceola Coach Carrie Palmi said the Lady Longhorns earned the victory. Harmony played the best I had seen them play all season, and unfortunately, we didnt, she said. We never made that many errors (27 points) all season; its a shame we did it on the most important game of the season. Palmi is excited about the teams prospects next season. Im proud of them for having an overall good season, and beating some strong competition, especially Calvary Christian at the OVA tournament, she said. I told the girls to remain positive and work extremely hard this offseason and to come back even stronger next year, with one goal in mind. I would love to go all the way (to the state tournament), and with more experience and maturity on the court next year, I believe we can do it. Lake Nona, which had a first-round bye after winning a coin toss with Osceola for the top seed, beat St. Cloud, 25-20, 25-15, 25-16 Wednesday, logging its first district tournament win in the schools five-year history. St. Cloud Coach Ettie Singleton said her team played well against Lake Nona. We actually stepped up for the game, just not enough consistency, she said. Maybe next year we will be the one to beat. I only have one senior. City of Life advanced to the finals of the 2A-6 tournament it hosted by beating Winter Haven Oasis Christian, 3-0, Thursday as Alex Cardona had 10 kills and Krizia Cornejo had seven kills. The Warriors played Lakeland Victory Christian for the title Friday. City of Life plays in the regional quarterfinals Wednesday. New Dimensions defeated Fort Meade at the 3A-9 quarterfinals at Lakeland Christian Wednesday. Horns Continued from page A-8team played as well as any team he has coached. It is amazing how far along they came in one season. They never give up, they fight for every point, he said. Estrella is sorry to see seniors Abby Diauto, Jasmine Pastrana and Kelly Riascos leaving the program, but he is encouraged that underclassmen Brooke Beaver, Kiara Perez, Taylor Suarez, Kristen Walker and Velis Rivera will return. Tatyana Lyons and Arianna Vidal also moved to the varsity roster. Estrella said that Beaver, an eighth-grader, will be one of the top players in the FCC during her career. She is remarkable. She is no question going to be the MVP in the conference before she graduates, and probably more than once, Estrella said.EaglesContinued from page A-8OHS Field of ScreamsOsceola High will host its Field of Screams Halloween display at the OHS baseball complex today from 8 to 11 p.m. and Monday through Thursday from 8 to 11 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for OHS students with IDs and children ages 10-under.Celebration PTSA GolfCelebration OB/GYN presents t he Celebration High School PTSA Inaugural Golf Championship at Celebration Golf Club Nov. 2 Enjoy complete program of special events, 18 holes of golf, lunch buffet, and awards ceremony. There is a $5,000 hole-inone prize. Check-in starts at 7 a.m., with tee-off at 8. The fee is $100 per player or $380 per foursome. All proceeds benefit the students and staff at Celebration High. Sponsorships are available. For more information or to register players and/or sponsorships, call 321-939-6600 or visit www.chsptsagolf.com.OHS Volleyball ClubOsceola Volleyball Club tryouts will be Nov. 30 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Osceola High gymnasium. Participants should arrive at 6:15 p.m. in the gym lobby for registration. Tryouts are open to girls ages 9-17. If youre currently in eighth through 11th grades, you must be zoned for Osceola High School to participate. Register at www.aausports.org under club code: WW3E4A. Tryouts are free once youre registered for AAU. For more information, including club costs, please email Coach Carrie Palmi at Osceolavolleyball@aol.com Osceola Senior SoftballOsceola Senior Softball welcomes players ages 55-over. All skill levels are welcome. The games are played at the Fortune Road softball complex near Boggy Creek Road. The winter season begins Friday. For more information, call 407-957-6188, email osc55sb@gmail.com or visit www.55plussoftball.com.Celebration marathonThe inaugural Town of Celebration Marathon and Half Marathon will be held Jan. 26. The Celebration race will be a qualifier for the Boston Marathon and will be held on a 13-mile loop through Celebration. Registration has begun. All proceeds benefit scholarships for Osceola County students. For more information, visit celebrationmarathon.com. Celebration Golf Ping nFlightThe Golf Academy at Celebration Golf Club, which consists of one of only three Ping nFlight studios in the country, will be hosting a Ping Demo Day on Nov. 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event will be open to the public and free to attend. Nick Lawson, director of instruction for the Golf Academy at Celebration Golf Club, said the tour fitting van will be on site to give the public a first hand look at Pings elite products and equipment offered to enhance the game of every level of golfer. For more information, contact: Nick Lawson, Director of Instruction, 407-566-4653, nlawson@celebrationgolf.com. Narcoossee Middle School (above) celebrates its 1-0 victory over Neptune Middle for the Osceola County Middle School girls soccer championship. Below, the Osceola County Middle School boys champion Westside K-8 team defeated Neptune Middle for the title.Photos/Special to the News-Gazette Proudly serving Osceola County since 1994. Experts in home nancing. Call Today! 407-931-3800 NMLS#204032 HOWARD ChHANIN HARRY URBAN Stuart Adkins Regina Brady Sabrina Stewart Lori Smith Barbara Bowling Chris Urban Cassie Fiorelli Anita Miller 091413.SNG Call us to discuss how you can become a proud homeowner once again. Julie Chavel Judy Epley Eva Krawczyk Charlene Sims Renances Miguel Zavala 102413.TNG G G U U N N S S Offered in English and Spanish407-518-9820 We Pay The Most For Your Used Gun 102613.SNG Concealed Weapons Classes


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As Halloween approaches, Ive got one more batch of Blurays and DVDs to make the night scarier. But first, you can catch a couple of classic horrors films at participating Regal Entertainment Group Theaters Oct. 26, and Oct. 29 and help the American Red Cross at the same time. Regal will host the inaugural Flick or Treat Halloween film event at Regal locations incluidng the Oveideo Mall Stadium theaters. The films: Labyrinth and Friday the 13th will be shown. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross relief efforts. Tonight (Saturday) Labyrinth will be shown at 10 a.m. Friday the 13th will play on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at 10 p.m. Regal Crown Club Members can purchase tickets for the special price of $5.00 per show while non-members pay $6. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased at participating theatre box offices or online. For a full list of showtimes now available for Regals Flick or Treat, and to find out how to become a Regal Crown Club member for free, visit Regals website at www.REGmovies.co Nightmare Honeymoon. And now back to the regularlyschedule DVD review. Here comes Chucky. And more Chucky and still more Chucky. Yes, filmdoms favorite doll of horror is back in a brand new film Curse of Chucky. The new Chucky film is a DVD release available on standard DVD or Bluray, as an invidual title or for true Chucky fans, as part of Chucky: The Complete Collection, (Universal Home Entertainment) featuring all six movies in one set. Chucky fans should like this latest entry in the franchise. It is one of those return to roots kind of stories. Chucky isnt getting arried (Bride of Chucky) or having kids (Seed of Chucky). He is simply on the loose terrorizing a new family, who already had more than enough trouble when Chucky arrives via the postal service. Chucky has an appropraite spooky, isolated location in Chucky VI. His box shows up at the home of Nica (Fiona Dourif), who is wheelchair-bound and has an .sca r P 50 CENTS Plus, Halloween flicks at the theaters for one night only Peter CovinoFilm Critic Section B Check out aroundosceola.com October 26, 2013 A second go-round of Halloween DVDs CATSKISSIMMEE This is the final weekend for Osceola Center for the Arts opening show of the of the the 2013-2014 season, Cats. Based on the poetry of T.S. Eliot, Cats tells the story, in song and dance, of the annual gathering of Jellicle cats at which time one special cat is selected to ascend to the Heaviside layer. This weekend shows are 7:30 p.m. tonight and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $22 for adults, $19 for seniors and $15 for students. They can be purchased online, over the phone or at the box office. For more information call 407-846-6257 or online at www.ocfta.com.CELEBRATION FOUNDATONCELEBRATION The Celebration Foundation has announced its upcoming classical music series schedule: Friday Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m. Orlando Philharmonic Vespers. Sunday Jan. 26, 4 p.m. Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, Saturday Feb. 15, 7:30 p.m. Orlando Philharmonic, Saturday March 8, 8 p.m. Notre Dame Glee Club. Sunday March 16 4 p.m. Brooklyn Rider. Complete series tickets are $80. Go to www.thecelebrationfoundation.org for more information.AN EVENING WITH GREAT FLORIDIANSKISSIMMEE The Osceola County Historical Society and the Florida Humanities Council invite the public to experience the visionaries; to hear industrialist Henry Flagler, gun-running governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, and Everglades defender Marjory Stoneman Douglas declare their dreams for a states destiny at Dreamers & Schemers: An Evening with Great Floridians at the Osceola Center for the Arts. Trained actors portray these important figures and offer a glimpse into each of their contributions to Florida. After about an hour of drama, be prepared to discuss the programs themes and the impact of industry and environmentalism on Florida. The event is Saturday, Nov. 2, at 6:30 p.m. at the center and includes beverages and heavy Hors doeuvres. The cost is $25. Tickets must be bought in advance. Visit the website at www. osceolahistory.org or call 407-396-8644.COSTUME PARTYKISSIMMEE Its too late to enter the Halloween costume contest, but you can get in on the fun at the Halloween block party on Dakin Avenue in downtown Kissimmee tonight. The event starts at 8 p.m. and continues until midnight. You can purchase food and drinks and there also is live entertainment. See DVDs, page B-2 Universal Halloween HauntsC hucky is back, with a n ew direct to DVD f ilm Curse of C hucky ( plus the entire six f ilm C hucky c ollection) and t he f antasy/horror series Grimm, returns for a second s eas on on Blu-ray/DVD. By Peter Covino Lifestyles Editor The countdown is on to Halloween with haunted houses, trick-or-treat events and more all across Central Florida. Some events end as early as this weekend, while others continue right up until Halloween night, Thursday. Area events include: The Haunted Marsh This one is free (donations accepted) and is open tonight and Halloween night from 7:30-11 p.m. This is the 13th year for the Haunted Marsh, Kissimmee located on Marsh Road, and its features a new theme and layout every year. Open to the public October 26thb and 31st! The haunt is a full scale walkthrough a ttraction made from materials that are recycled, donated, homemade, or found on the side of the road. According to its operators, you can expect detailed theming and unconventional scares from live actors in the fun and scary haunted halloween event. This years theme Haunted House: Dead and Breakfast. Be our guest at Marsh Road Bed and Breakfast where our brand of hospitality is fear. A quint house sits among the corn fields inviting guests in for some relaxation. Once a year, when the harvest time approaches, things Its the final countdown for Halloween horrors in Central Florida Follow us on Twitte r www.twitter.com/icmovies Putting on Your DVDs What is the scariest attraction in the USA? See Horror, page B-2 So whats the scariest attraction in the U.S.? Halloween Horror Nights at Universal? Holl-O-Srceam at Busch Gardens? Not even close according to the editors of Haunted Attraction Magazine. The magazine unveiled this week its Top 31 Haunted Houses across the country. The staff and its contributors traveled across the country visiting haunted attractions and interviewing haunted house owners about their favorite haunts, to come up with they call the preeminent list in the industry. You can check out the details in much greater length on line thanks to Haunted Attraction Magazine. In celebration of this Halloween season, Haunted Atraction Magazine is making its first digital issue available to the public at no charge the Must See Haunts along with informative articles can be accessed free of charge at: For Apple Users at The Apple Newstand https://itunes.apple. com/us/app/haunted-attractionmagazine/id703006103?mt=8 For Android Users at Google Play https://play.google.com/store/ apps/details?id=air.com.yudu.ReaderAIR3910275 And directly on your PC http:// content.yudu.com/A2fjv0/Issue58/ Its very difficult to rank haunted houses because of the variety of attractions, said Haunted Attraction Magazine publisher Steve Kopelman. But each of the haunts on our MustSee list provides incredible haunting entertainment, unique events and fantastic fun. We all have different opinions about what we like in a haunt, said Kopelman. But we all know that the best measure of success lies in whether or not your customers scream, and each of the 31 on our list do just that. 1. Woods of Terror, Greensboro, Haunted Attraction Magazine reveals its Top 31 haunts Break out the boos, time for some scares See Haunted, page B-2 Universal OrlandoHalloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando continues with its assortment of haunted houses and scare zones including its An American Werewolf in London haunted house. The Anita S. Wooten Gallery at Valencia College will host the 2013 Selected Fine Arts Faculty Exhibition, starting Nov. 1 and running through Dec. 20. The exhibition will feature the works of members of the colleges art department faculty. The artwork represented includes paintings, sculpture, drawings and ceramics. Participating artists include: Nargges Albekord, Cassandra Anselmo, David Cumbie, Nancy Jay, John Kellum, G eorge Parker, V ince Sansone and Dennis Schmalstig T he faculty exhibition has been held annually s ince 1975. T he opening reception will be held on Friday, Nov. 1, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. T he event is free and open to t he public Refreshments will be served. T he A nita S. W ooten G allery is located in B uilding 3, r oom 112, on V alencias East Campus, 701 N. Econlockhatc hee Trail, Orlando. The gallery is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. For more information, call 407-582-2298 or 407-582-2268. W oods of Terror in Greensboro, N.C. was selected as the No. 1 terror a ttraction this y ear by the f olks at Haunted A ttraction Magazine.


Page B2, DVDSContinued from page B-1HauntedContinued from page B-1 over protective mother. Mom doesnt last long, as Chucky (he is a doll hosting a serial killer if you somehow missed the original Chucky movies) has murder on his mind. Mom is found dead in an accident. Nicas sister, husband, young daughter and nanny show up right after the death, and with Chucky in the house, y ou know that cannot be good.Chucky and the young girl, become inseparable, of course, as Chucky prepares another murdeous rampage. This film is linked to the origins of the orginal Chucky story and reunites the franchise creators Don Mancini and David Kirschner. The film features some familiar faces including A Martinez (Longmire) and Brad Dourif (who, as usual, supplies the voice of Chucky). The Blu-ray combo pack includes the Blu-ray version of the film as well as DVD version, an UltraViolet version for viewing on tablet, smartphone etc. Bonus Blu-ray features include Living Doll: Bringing Chucky to Life and Voodoo Doll: The Chucky Legacy, a look at the six films over a quarter of a century. The DVD (and Blu-ray) also contain deleted scenes, gag reel feature commentary and Playing with Dolls: The Making of Curse of Chucky. The collection features all six Chucky movies, in either Blu-ray or DVD (Childs Play, Childs Play 2, Childs Play 3, Bride of Chucky, Seed of Chucky and the newest release, Curse of Chucky. Overall, as horror francises go, Chucky is one of the better ones. The first three films are all sort of linked with Chuckys original victim Andy, while the fourth and fifth films go more over the top, but have been crowd pleasers just the same. Judging by the conclusion of The Curse of Chucky, I dont think we have seen the end of him either. Necessary Evil: DC Super-Villains These are not excactly your classic figures of Halloween horror, but its a great way to look at some of the worst guys to ever come out of comic books (and movies). Necessary Evil: Super-Villains of DC Comics (Warner Bros. Home Entertainment) is a new feature-length documentary that exams the villians of comics and why they have such 8 universal appeal. Narrated by one of the great villains of film, Christopher Lee and with interviews by Richard Donner (Superman); Guillermo del Toro, Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) and more. Villians included are The joker, Lex Luthor, Bane, Black Adam, Black Manta, Catwoman, Darkseid, Deathstroke, Doomsday, General Zod, Sinestro and the Suicide Squad. Featuring more than 40 interviews, everyone from actor to director to DC comics legendary artists, everyone has an opion on why the pulic loves its villains, even though we usaully cant wait for them to be defeated by the super hero. Grimm Grimm was one of the more original series from a few seasons back and season two (Universal Studios Home Entertainment) is also now available on Blu-ray and DVD. Note: Season three just started Friday on NBC. A little bit of a recap here if you missed season one. Set in Portland, Oregon, where homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli) has a family gene. He is a Grimm, descended from a line of guardians, who protect the world from many of those creatures we thought were only found in fairy tales. Both gory, fun and frightening, each week Nick, his homicide partner Hank (he doesnt know about this Grimm stuff in season one but finds out early in season two) and Monroe, who is a creature himself, do battle with some mighty strange creatures, but there also is an ongoing storyline from season to season. Start from season one if you can and you just might find yourself hooked. Season two includes all 22 episodes and a nice assortment of bonuses that are essential for every fan of the series. The Blu-ray version also includes an UltraViolet version so you can watch the show on the go or wherever you are. Defiance This SyFy series is more sci-fi than horror, but Defiance: Season One, sticks with the traditional science fiction roots, and makes for compellling viewing, at least some of the time. Set in the year 2046, over the ruins of what was once, St. Louis, it is a whole new world. Joshua Nolan (Grant Bowler) is the lawman for Defiance, a community where the locals human population coexist with some new comers, intelligent life not from this planet. And Nolan should know all about coexisting: his adopted daughter Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas) is one of those aliens. Defiance Season One (Universal Home Entertainment) features all 13 episodes (season two is scheduled to start next year) of the series. Bonus features on the Bluray include an Ultraviolet copy. DVD and Blu-ray bonuses include deleted scenes, gag reel, Making Defiance and Defiance: A Transmedia Revolution, bringing the worlds of TV and gaming together. Zombie Hunter Somehow we have seen all this before, but doesnt get any more fun than driving around, drinking Tequila and shooting up zombies. There isnt much more plot than that in Zombie Hunter (Well Go USA Entertainment), but is more plot really necessary? Martin Cropping is the zombie hunter in a beat up Camaro and Trejo is a priest who is leading a group of survivors looking for a miracle out of the zombie apoca lypse world. Frozen Dead This 1966 film has frozen Nazis and Dana Andrews so you know it has to have something good going on for fans for the genre. Andrews starred in many a main stream film including some classics such as State Fair, Laura and The Best Years of Our Lives, but it is his B movies that I really like to watch (Zero Hour!, Hot Rods to Hell, Crack in the World, Airport 75, Night of the Demon). The Frozen Dead isnt nearly as good as any of those mentioned, but it does have possibilities. Andrews is a scientist who has been living incognito since the end of World War II and he was in on a plan to freeze Nazis to thaw for future use, but something always goes wrong during that thawing process. The Frozen Dead has been newly restored and is available on through the Warner Archive Collection, at WarnerArchiveCollection.com. Nightmare Honeymoon Also new, from the Warner Archive Collection is Nightmare Honeymoon (1974), a pretty routine film of its kind that would have fit quite nicely as a drive-in midnight movie during the 1970s. Dack Rambo and Rebecca Dianna Smith are a Mississippi couple enroute to a New Orleans honeymoon when they witness a mob hit. After the wife is raped, her Vietnam hero husband embarks on a private war of revenge. The location scenes are the real standout including many of New Orleans and surrounding areas. The film is newly remastered and features both the original theatrical version and an alternate TV version.take a turn for the worst as the strange corn idol worshipping owners set out to provide souls to their supernatural leader in return for a bountiful harvest. Dare to check in and you will soon be desperately running for your life. Just hope you do not encounter the mysteriously evil provider of the harvest or your soul will be his for the taking. PegHorn Terror One of the countys favorited haunted attractions, PegHorn Nature Park Trail of Terror in St. Cloud ends tonight, Saturday. The trail will be open from 8 -11 p.m. Located at 2101 PegHorn Way (at the park), admission is $5 per person. Nature Park & Trail (2101 PegHorn Way). Admission is $5 per person. Parents are advised: the PegHorn Nature Park Trail of Terror may be too frightening for younger children; parental discretion is strongly advised. Officials say this will be a fright-filled Halloween observance with many ghoulish monsters, ghosts, goblins, cauldrons, skulls, tombstones, bats, and unknowns along the way. Kissimmee Haunted House Another annual event, the Kissimmee haunted house is held at the Community House at the Lakefront Park. Tonight is the last night for this event as well. Held from 8-10 p.m., it is intended for mature audiences. The cost is $5 per person. Go to www.kissimmeeparks.org for more information. Haunted History Center The Orange County Regional History Centers annual Trick or Treat Safe Zone is today from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free event for families with children ages 12 and younger features four floors of trick or treating, pumpkin choosing and decorating in the pumpkin patch, crafts, games, lessons in ghost-hunting practices, and a scavenger hunt. For more information visit thehistorycenter.org. Old Town Hordes of monsters will be unleashed at Old Town as darkness falls on the complex, near Kissimmee tonight and Halloween night. The fun filled fright fest is free admission and features costume contests, live entertainment, four terror-fille d scare zones and much more. This year, theres more to fear than ever before at Old Towns Halloween Festival of Fright, said Old Town President Gary Conroy. We cant wait for folks to take part in what is sure to be the areas best free Halloween scare in central Florida and I promise our guests that that this is the first of many great events coming to Old Town in the next twelve months. Also at Oldtown, A Haunting at Old Town, the recently opened, year round haunted a ttraction f eatur ing state-of-the-art special effects. Cranes Roost Park The Altamonte Springs Hallowen e vent is always one of the most popular in Central Florida. Hosted by the Altamonte Police Department, is held Halloween night from 5-9 p.m. and features trick-ortreating, live entertainment, a Kids Zone, costume contests for children and adults (begins at 6 p.m.) and food available for purchase. Admission is free. For more information go to www.uptownaltomonte. com. NC 2. The Mortuary, New Orleans, La. 3. Lake Eerie FearFest, Sandusky, Oh. 4. Rob Zombies Great American Nightmare, Los Angeles, Ca. 5. Nightmare, Killers2, New York City, N.Y. 6. Terror Behind the Walls. Philadelphia, Pa. 7. Wisconsin Feargrounds, Milwaukee, Wi. 8. Screamworld, Houston, Tx. 9. Fright Kingdom, Nashua, N.H. 10. Haunted Montrose, Montrose, Ga. 11. Bennetts Curse. Baltimore, Md. 12. Wilmington Haunted Hallow, Wilmington, Oh. 13. Pennhurst, Philadelphia, Pa 14. The 13th Gate, Baton Rouge, La. 15. Skeletons Lair, Paducah, Ky. 16. Erebus, Pontiac, Mi. 17. The Dent Schoolhouse, Cincinnati, Oh. 18. Terror Town, Toledo, Oh. 19. Netherworld, Atlanta, Ga. 20. House of Torment, Austin, Tx. 21. Los Angeles Haunted Hayride, Los Angeles, Ca. 22. Dungeon of Doom, Chicago, Il. 23. Hanna Haunted Acres, Indianapolis, In. 24. Niles Haunted House, Niles, Mi. 25. Zombie Manor, Dallas, Tx. 26. Land of Illusion, Middletown, Oh. 27. Statesville Haunted Prison, Chicago, Il. 28. The Haunt House, Dallas, Tx. 29. Nashville Nightmare, Nashville, Tn. 30. Fear Overload, San Francisco, Ca. 31. The Darkness, St Louis, Mo. About Haunted Attraction Magazine: Haunted Attraction Magazine is the premiere publication covering the Haunted Attraction industry. Haunted Attraction Magazine has been providing information and insight into haunted houses, hayrides and haunted trails for more than 15 years.HorrorContinued from page B-1 Theres Always Something To Celebrate inFloridaSHAREPAGE Donations Needed! Hope for Humanity (501c3 charity) FREE Pick Up 407-507-3947Come visit us at Your donations feed & clothe people locally. Your proceeds also help support Give Kids the World and the Rock Church Youth Ministry. www.hopeforhumanityusa.org Open 7 Days A Week Food Pantry Open Wed 9 AM 3 PM(Near mile marker 10 1/2 mile east of Old Town)HOPE THRIFT


Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B3 More Halloween Fun TopTenRealEstateDeals Weve all felt it at one time or another; that dark creeping dread that crawls up your spine slowly as you walk by that shadowy staircase that leads to the basement. The hair that stands up on the back of your neck when you hear a bump in the house, and youre the only one home. The scratching at your window on a blustery night that bleeds the courage from your veins. Is that the wind or something more sinister? Its t he season of ghosts, goblins and witches and a time when we celebrate the things that go bump in the night. Nothing brings about more terror than the homes of horror that we read about in books and see on the silver screen. From the Amityville Horror to the House on Haunted Hill, these maniacal mansions have struck fear in our hearts for years. Ask yourself, What if these Hollywood horrors are more than just the imagination of a writer trying to think up the next big scare for his audience? What if that shadow you see out of the corner of your eye in your bedroom really is something demonic waiting there for you to fall asleep? Is your brand new dream home really the place of nightmares? This year we have some truly scary residences, including some right here in Florida, that would make the bravest individual run screaming into the woods in their underwear before the night is through. All of these homes have stories that follow them that are on par with the scariest of Hollywoods horror homes. Lets be realistic here. None of these spooktacular tales are real so dont be scared by these Top Ten scariest homes for sale. Were sure youll be perfectly safe if you purchase any one of them to live in well, were fairly sure. Ma Barkers Last Stand Do you need to hideout from the hustle and bustle of everyday life? Have you ever said to yourself, Boy, I sure would like to live in a place where the longest shootout in the FBIs history occurred. Well if so, youre in luck! The infamous house where Kate Ma Barker and her son Fred made their last stand against a barrage of FBI gunfire is available for purchase. Both interesting and eerie at the same time, is that all the original furniture is still in place that Ma and the boys used. Of course all spilled blood has been cleaned but just seeing and touching the well-maintained furniture takes you back to the day. This house that was once full of bullet holes (now covered, but still visible patches) is also full of country charm. Situated on the lovely Lake Weir, with over nine acres of land and loads of beach front property, youll feel like you can bring the whole gang down to stay. History and rumor has it that Ma Barkers ghost still haunts the homestead, so an adventurous buyer would find the asking price of $889,000 a steal! Versace Mansion When a murder has taken place at a home, it is changed forever. Some will say that it is changed because the ghosts of the victims will still haunt the halls of the estate, making the current residents part of their eternal torment. Others just feel as if the energy of the home has been tainted, never to be the same again. While still others, in the case of a worldfamo us murder, will stand out on their porch and shake their fists at tourists taking snapshots of the murder house. Such is the case with Casa Casuarina; the home where Gianni Versace was brutally murdered one morning while returning home from breakfast with his Italian newspaper. The Amsterdam Palace, as it was formerly known, was the high fashion home of mogul Gianni Versace and is considered one of the finest estates in Miamis South Beach area. Recently sold at auction for the whopping price of $41.5 million dollars to the Jordache Blue Jeans family, who beat out Mr. Donald The Don Trump himself, the home has some pretty amazing assets. Before he died on the front steps of his mansion from two gun shots to the back of his head, Gianni poured $30 million into renovating the estate bringing back its original glory when architect Alden Freeman, who fashioned it after Alcazar de Colon, the home of Christopher Columbuss son (yes, THAT Christopher Columbus, 1492 sailing the ocean blue and such) and the oldest estate in the Western Hemisphere. Bring it back Gianni did and he added many wonderful extras like a 6100 square foot addition, gold lined swimming pool and a mosaic that has over one million tiles. Whether or not Giannis ghost still haunts the halls of Casa Casuarina, it truly is one of the most beautiful homes in the world. The owners will keep it in its current function as a hotel, so visitors beware, if you wear white after Labor Day or have some other fashion faux pas, dont be surprised if you hear a disembodied voice whisper in your ear, Oh my, that outfit is ghastly! French Quarter Some things that are remembered deserve to be forgotten. Others that are forgotten should be remembered. Some stories can become legend, while others are left to be nothing more than a whisper on the edge of our minds. Some stories need to be remembered just because it would be great to know what really happened. Such is the case with the Gardette-LaPrete Mansion, also known as the Sultan Massacre House. The backdrop for this macabre tale is the steamy and sultry city of New Orleans. Few towns histories are interwoven with more supernatural happenings than the Big Easy. Hoodoo, Voodoo, Spiritualism and more ghosts than residents make the town and the 10,000 square foot murder mansion an even scarier tale to hear! The nine bedroom, eight bath home in the French Quarter was constructed in 1836 for a wealthy dentist who then sold it to a rich plantation owner. After the family fortune was destroyed by the Civil War, the home was reported to have been rented out to a wealthy Sultans brother. As the story goes the Sultans brother had many lavish and loud parties nightly at the house and then one morning, when all was quiet, blood was discovered running down the front steps. The entire harem and the Sultans brother (who had been buried alive in the back yard) were murdered. Now whether the partying was too loud and someone was tired of losing sleep, or the brother hung out the window yelling, My children and my childrens children are going to make gas prices ridiculously expensive for Americans in the future and somebody took great offense to that, no one knows why they were all killed. The house is currently divided up into six separate apartment structures and the past residents have reported shadowy figures at the end of their beds watching them in the night. For the price tag of $2,500,000, would you dare to buy the home that was the supposed site of one of the Crescent Citys greatest unsolved murders? Ozzie and Harriet Ozzie and Harriet. Their names alone evoke sentimental memories of a happier and kinder time in our past. From the famous pearl necklace that Ozzie gave Harriet to their portrait perf ect family and home, the image is one of the perfect American life. It certainly isnt one that evokes fear and a serious need of a Catholic priest and holy water. The 5,283 square foot Los Angeles home which is now playing host to Entourages Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) sports five bedrooms, four baths and a ton of extras including (according to the current owners and others) Ozzie Nelsons doting ghost! 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Page B4, Whats new?Fall BazaarShingle Creek United Methodist Church, 2420 Old Vineland Road Kissimmee, is hosting its Annual Fall Bazaar Nov. 2, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Come out and enjoy crafts, raffles, food, yard sale items, and more. Rent space is available for $10. For more information, call Kim or Donna at, 407-396-6364.IKCA Fall FestivalThe 2013 IKCA Fall Festival will be Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Kissimmee Charter Academy, 2850 Bill Beck Blvd., Kissimmee. Come out and enjoy carnival-like booths, bounce houses, food, and several different raffles featuring great prizes.Fall FestivalOn Nov. 9 from 2 to 6 p.m., Narcoossee Elementary School PTO is hosting a community Fall Festival at the school. There will be bounce houses, a petting zoo, face painting, skee-ball, carnival games, prizes and more. A chili cook-off will be judged by local firefighters as well as popcorn, cotton candy, snow cones, drinks and more being served throughout the evening. This group is a nonprofit organization and their fundraising goal this year focuses on the renovation of the garden area for Narcoossee Elementary School. Junior GolfThe Hurricane Junior Golf Tour holds tournaments across the Southeast featuring competitive fields and great venues for junior golfers ages 11 to 18. On Nov. 9 and Nov. 10 the Central Florida Junior Classic will be at the Harmony Golf Preserve in Harmony. Registration ends on Oct. 31 at 11:59 p.m.Relay For LifeRelay For Life of St. Cloud is hosting a Look Good Feel Good for survivors and caregivers. The event will be Nov. 6 from noon to 2 p.m. at the Peghorn Nature Trails Education Center. All survivors and caregivers are welcome and encouraged to come. Learn skin care tips during and after treatment. For more information, call Cynthia Adams at 321-402-2048 or Deborah Mahon at 407-922-2872.St. Cloud Garden ClubThe St. Cloud Garden Club meets the second Saturday of each month at 11:30 a.m. October through May at the St. Cloud Senior Center, B Hall. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and donation for the Food Pantry. The November meeting will be the Thanksgiving Dinner and a speaker will give a demonstration on the making of Bonsai trees. The December meeting will be a Christmas party and in January permaculture designer, Kattya Graham will be speaking. For more information, call Jeanette Coleman at 407-957-1955.AARP Driver Safety ClassAn AARP Driver Safety Class will be Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Osceola Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. AARP offers a driver safety program designed to help senior drivers be safer while staying behind the wheel longer. The course was created specifically for drivers 55 and older to help experienced drivers compensate for changing vision, reflexes and response time and drive defensively in a variety of situations. Insurance providers may also offer a reduction in premiums for drivers who successfully complete this course. The course is $12 for AARP members and $14.00 for nonmembers, these costs are payable on the day of the class. For more information or to register, call 407-593-1957.Social Dance/ Country DanceMonday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Social Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands every Monday, all year long. These dances are subject to hall maintenance scheduling. A donation of $4 per person is requested. Saturday nights from 7 to 10 p.m. are Country Dance nights at the St. Cloud Senior Center in Hall A; live bands on Fridays, November through April. On these months, a donation of $4 per person is requested. On other months, music will be provided by a DJ and admission is free. All ages are welcome. For more information regarding the social dance, call John McMahon at, 407-951-9700.Line DanceThe Smith N Western Advanced Line Dance Club meets at the St. Cloud Senior Center on Fridays from 6 to 9 p.m. in Hall A. There will be lessons and open dance; a basic knowledge of line dance steps is required. All ages are welcome. A donation of $2 per person is requested. For more information, call Gail Smith at 407-408-5039.SCUBA Dive SocialThere will be a SCUBA Dive Social Nov. 11 at Broadway Pizza in downtown Kissimmee at 7 p.m. Upcoming trips and classes will be discussed. This is open to all interested divers and those who would like to dive. Come and enjoy great food and good stories. For more information, call Mike at 407-483-5942.Church Spaghetti dinnerGood Shepherd Free Methodist Church, 1701 N. Thacker Ave, Kissimmee, is hosting a spaghetti dinner on Oct. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m. Donations are accepted. For more information, call Pat Hayes at 407-552-8816.Arts, Crafts, and Farmers MarketThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society will have an Arts, Crafts, and Famers Market Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of Narcoossee Elementary School, 2690 N. Narcoossee Road., St. Cloud. All funds raised will be used to restore the 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. For more information and tickets contact, info@narcoosseehistory.org.Christmas BazaarOn Nov. 21, the residents and staff of Good Samaritan Village at Kissimmee will hold a Christmas bazaar sale of handcrafted and original creations at the Community Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All items are priced to sell. Come and pick from jewelry, paintings, woodworkings, Christmas items, fabric crafts, baked goods and much more.Halloween dinner and danceA Halloween dinner and dance will be Saturday at the Elks Lodge 1873. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; social from 6 to 7 p.m.; the event is from 7 to 11 p.m. Music will be performed by the Dukes. Cost is $20 for members, $25 for non-members. Call 407-847-2444 for reservations.Scout Spaghetti dinnerBoy Scout Troop 192 will have a spaghetti dinner from 4 to 7:30 Nov. 2 at the First United Methodist Church, 1000 10th St., St. Cloud. There will be homemade spaghetti sauce, garlic bread, salad bar, desserts, coffee, tea and lemonade. Cost is $7 for one person or $24 for four. Everyone is welcome. Dine in or carry out.St. Cloud Pumpkin PatchThere will be a pumpkin patch at Crossroads Baptists Church, 3797 Edsel Ave., St. Cloud, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Oct. 31. There are pumpkins of all sizes, pumpkin recipes, plus photo opportunities and childrens activities.Kids Fun FairCalvary Assembly of God, 711 N. Thacker Ave. Kissimmee, will host a free Kids Fun Fair Oct. 31 from 7 to 9 p.m. Kids ages 2 to 12 are welcome. There will be popcorn, cotton candy, carnival games and much more. Parents, bring your kids for a safe and fun alternative; kids, invite your friends and neighbors. A contest will be held for the best Bible character. For more information call Chris Dixon at, 407-847-5673.Veterans Day ceremonyThe Poinciana Veterans Club is having a Veterans Day ceremony Nov. 11 starting at 11 a.m. at the Poinciana Community Center, 395 Marigold Ave. The club meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the Poinciana Community Center. For more information email the club at, poincianaveteransclub@ gmail.com, or call Charlie Waters at 407-970-8045, Elpidio Lin-Justiniano at 407-931-3689, or Jackie DeFazio at 407-933-5832.Book SaleThe Friends of the St. Cloud Veterans Memorial Library, 810 13th St., St. Cloud is having a book sale Nov. 79. The book sale hours are: Thursday, Nov. 7, from 1 to 8 p.m., Friday, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 9, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 9 is big sale day; pay $2 for all the books you can get in a bag.Sons of ItalyCome join the Sons of Italy Lodge 2523. Celebrate Italian Heritage Month Oct. 26, at the VFW Social Hall on New York Avenue and 9th Street in St. Cloud at the Italian Food Festival. There will be plenty of traditional homemade Italian food, desserts and music. Come hungry! A $5 donation is required and food can be purchased with tickets sold at the door starting at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 321286-6787.Indoor Flea MarketVeterans of Foreign Wars Post 3227, 915 New York Ave., St. Cloud, will be having an indoor Flea Market, Crafts and Rummage Sale Dec. 6 and Dec. 7. Tables are $10 each and cover both days. Spaces are limited; stop by the post to rent a table.DAV 148DAV 148 will be having a Halloween Party today. Attendees are asked to bring a scary finger food dish. A costume contest will be held and prizes will be given to first, second, and third place winners. Live entertainment and a dessert decorating contest also will take place. The DAV Service Officer is present every Tuesday from noon to 4 p.m. to help with your military benefits needs. The DAV welcomes all veterans and their families. All military membership cards are honored as well as active duty ID cards. All day, every Wednesday is ladies night, meaning special drink prices for the ladies. Bingo cards are 3 for $20 or 1 for $10. Barnyard Meat Bingo is every first and third Saturday of every month starting at noon. Every Friday is Red Shirt Friday. Come in to show your support for our troops overseas by wearing your red shirt. Those that wear a red shirt get the special $1 long neck beer on the second and fourth Friday of each month. DAV 148 is located at 21 E. Keen St., Kissimmee. For more information call 407-846-4141.Casino Night and AuctionThe Rotary Club of Kissimmee Bay will hold the 14th Annual Casino Night and Auction Nov. 16, from 5:30 to 11 p.m. at the Kissimmee Elks Lodge, 1655 Kings Highway. For $50 per person, you will enjoy casino games, a steak dinner, open bar and live and silent auctions. This event has raised more than $232,000 for Osceola County over the last 13 years. Tickets must be purchased in advanced from any Kissimmee Bay Rotarian or by calling a Rotary Contact at, 407-847-2518.Homes Health Fair Community DaySave the date! The Center for Drug Free Living of Osceola County is holding its 12th Annual Community Day and Health Fair Nov. 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the basketball court at 2188 McLaren Circle, Kissimmee. This event is designed to educate residents, children and adults about the dangers of risky behaviors such as poor diets, drug and alcohol use and violence. The goal is to empower the resiPark posse Good Shepherd Free Methodist Church, 1701 N. Thacker Ave, Kissimmee, is hosting a spaghetti dinner on Oct. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m. Donations are accepted. For more information, call Pat Hayes at 407-552-8816.Ready for spaghetti? News-Gazette Photo/Andrew SullivanRiders, including Osceola County Commissioner Brandon Arrington and County Manager Don Fischer, as well as staff from local nonprofit Heavenly Hoofs and members of the Horses for Heroes veteran rehabilitation program, took to the trails on horseback recently within the newly opened Twin Oaks Conservation Area on the northeast corner of Lake Tohopekaliga. Photos/Osceola County A nimal Services. Danny, top, is a sweet, male, black and brown Jack Russell mix. He is about 9-10 months old and he seems to get along well with men, women and older children. However, smaller children make him nervous. His previous owner who could no longer take care of him surrendered Danny. He is a nice little dog that is available for adoption at the Osceola County Animal Shelter right now. Meet a cat that has overcome a physical disability and is just as friendly, loving and affectionate as can be. Nate, bottom, is according to staff, a super-sweet, 1-year old, black domestic shorthair cat. He loves to be held and petted and will crawl all over you to receive the attention he believes he deserves. Nate was a stray, so not much is known about him. The shelter is at 3910 Old Canoe Creek Road in St. Cloud. To find out what animals are available, check the Osceola County Animal Services website at www.osceola.org/go/pets. All animals are spayed and neutered before leaving Animal Services. The adoption fee is $60 for a dog and $50 for a cat. For more information, call 407-742-8000. Take me home Whats happening? C OMMUNITY C OMMUNITYSee additional Community Events/News at www.aroundosceola.com See Community, page B-5


Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B5 dents of our communities and aspire to make positive differences in the lives of every neighborhood. Many agencies will be participating in this event. Free hot meals will be provided as well as free HIV testing, glucose testing, blood pressure checks and entertainment will be provided.Fun Seekers Travel ClubThe Fun Seekers Travel Club meets the second Monday of every month at the Elks Lodge on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. The meeting will be from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Day Trips, overnights and cruises will be discussed. For more information on trips or about the club, call 407846-0088 or email gtskiss@aol. com. Visit the website grouptravelspecialistskiss.com5K and Golf TournamentA 5K and Golf Tournament will be hosted by Solivita Salute Our Veterans to promote an active lifestyle while supporting the happiness that inspires hope at Give Kids the World Village Nov. 9. Registration for both events will run from 7 to 8 a.m. with the shotgun start going off at 8:30 a.m. The 5K will be a walk/run event on a USATF certified course in the Solivita community in Poinciana and food trucks will be around until 1 p.m. All ages are welcome to attend. The prices for the 5K are as follows: $25 for Solivita Residents or Veterans on race day (cash or check only). $30 for participants on race day (cash or check only). The Golf Tournament is $75 per player. The entry includes: green and cart fee, range balls before play, on course special events longest drive, longest putt, four goody bags/team, Chance-To-Win, Mulligans, and much more. To register for the 5K or Golf Tournament visit, support.gktw.org/solivita, and support.gktw.org/solivitagolf. For more information call Leah Bundy at, 407-3961114 ext. 4252, or email, LeahB@gktw.org.Celebration High School PTSA Inaugural Golf ChampionshipCelebration OB/GYN prese nts the Celebration High School PTSA Inaugural Golf Championship at Celebration Golf Club, 701 Fold Park Drive, Celebration Nov. 2. Check-in begins at 7 a.m. followed by tee-off at 8 a.m. Enjoy a complete program of special events including 18 holes of golf, a lunch buffet, and an awards ceremony. A $5,000 Hole-In-One prize will be awarded. The cost to play is $100 for one player or $380 for a team of 4. All proceeds benefit the students and staff at Celebration High School. Sponsorships are available. For more information or to register players and/or sponsorships call, 407-939-6600, or visit, www.chsptsagolf.com.New Sneaker DriveDuring the month of October the Osceola County School District is having a New Sneaker Drive, for students. Leggz Dance Academy is participating as a drop off point for the new sneakers. Sneakers are needed in all sizes from pre-k through high school. If you would like to donate a pair of new sneakers, you may drop them off at Leggz Monday through Friday, from 4 to 9 p.m. and Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Flea MarketThe Osceola Council on Aging will hold a Flea Market Nov. 6 from 8 a.m. to noon. There will be a large selection of new and vintage items, lots of jewelry and low prices. For more information call Carmen Carasquillo at, 407483-1473.Pet Photo ContestFurry Tails Pet Grooming, 865 Cypress Parkway, Poinciana, is hosting a Pet Photo Contest on its Facebook page until Oct. 30. To enter the contest visit the companys Facebook page, www.facebook.com/furrytailspetgrooming, and upload your photo. The photo with the most votes will get a $100 gift certificate to be used at Furry Tails Pet Grooming. The winner will be announced on Oct. 31.Social Security Planning SeminarCapital Estates Educational Services will host a complimentary informational lecture presented by Wealth Preservation Associates. The topic for the presentation will be Social Security Planning Strategies and will be held Oct. 29, starting at 6 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center Osceola, 2320 New Beginnings Road, Kissimmee. The program is complimentary and reservations are required. The lecture information is provided purely as an educational service. RSVP to Joe McQuaid at, 407-593-2243, or Tom Dalton at, 407-908-3708.Free Square Dance LessonsHeel & Toe Square Dance Club is offering two free square dance lessons at the Senior Center Annex, 702 Indiana Avenue, St. Cloud Nov. 4 and Nov. 11, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. No experience is needed and beginners get lessons at the start of the evening. Minimum age for dancing is 10. Come as an individual, couple, or a family. Everyone is welcome, you do not need a partner, and no special clothing is needed. For more information call Ellen Bell or Paul Kurek at, 407-931-1688.Halloween PartySavanna Court Assisted Living Community, 3791 Old Canoe Creek Road, is hosting a Halloween Party Monday, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and the public is invited to attend, costumes are more than welcome. There will be trick-or-treating, pumpkin hunting, a best costume contest and more. The event is free, safe, and fun. For more information, call Dee at 407-892-8502.Rotary Club FUNdraisingThe Rotary Club of Kissimmee South/Poinciana will hold a FUNdraising event to benefit the Poinciana Boys & Girls Club Teen Center, the Poinciana Y and the Rotary Foundation Nov. 2 at 6 p.m. at the Poinciana Community Center, 395 Marigold Ave., Poinciana. Tickets are $20. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Betty Dobbie at 305-310-0800, or Wendy Farrell at 407-2884062.Greyhound adoptionsThe public is invited to come every third Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pet Supermarket, 2924 13th St., St. Cloud, 407-4980929, located one mile east of Walmart, to meet retired racing greyhounds ready for adoption. These are mature, adult dogs and they transition very easily into homes. Most get along great with other dogs and children and many are cat friendly, as well. Get to know the dogs and speak with local greyhound owners. For more information, call Gods Greyts Greyhound Group at 407-578-7496 or go to www.godsgreyts.com.Alleviating Hunger Golf TournamentThe Osceola County Council on Aging will hold its annual Alleviating Hunger Golf Tournament at Kissimmee Bay Country Club Nov. 8 Registration begins at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Breakfast, lunch, goodie bags and door prizes are all included in the price of participation. Its a $75 individual fee or a special price of $200 for a team of four. Golfers are encouraged to donate canned goods for the Osceola Food Pantry to receive extra door prize tickets. A silent auction will also be held with valuable prizes going to the highest bidder. Sponsorships are still available. For more information, contact Marilyn McIntyre at 407344-3550 or mcintyre@juno. com or contact Janice Casler at, 407-483-1498 or caslerj@ osceola-coa.com.Driver Safety ClassAn AARP driver safety class will be Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1500 Village Oak Lane, Kissimmee, at the Senior Friends building near the Publix on Pleasant Hill and John Young intersection. Reservations are required and are limited to the first 25 people. For more information or to reserve your spot, call Ron at 407-944-9718. Annual Fall Holiday BazaarHoly Redeemer Catholic Church, 1603 N. Thacke r Ave., Kissimmee, will be hosting a Fall-Holiday Bazaar, sponsored by the Council of Catholic Women, Nov. 16, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Nov. 17, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be held in the churchs Social Hall. Breakfast and l unch w ill be served while visitors can browse bargain shops, Christmas shops, plants, religious items, books, jewelry, vendor booths, a silent auction, and more. For more information call, 407-847-2500.Greater Osceola Fitness & Running (GOFAR)Walkers and runners are welcome to participate in GOFAR on Tuesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Cloud Lakefront Marina, Wednesdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at Vintage Vino, Kissimmee, and Thursdays starting at 6:30 p.m. at the corner of 10th Street and New York, St. Cloud.Delegation annual meetingRepresentative Mike La Rosa, chair of the Osceola County Legislative Delegation, has set the date for the delegation to hold its annual meeting with other elected officials and hear all local bills which have been filed as well as from speakers who will be seeking appropriations and general legislation. The meeting is Nov. 1, in the Osceola County Commissioners Chamber Room of the Osceola County Administration Building, 1 Courthouse Square, fourth Floor, Kissimmee. The tentative schedule is as follows: 9:30 to 11 a.m., Delegation M eeting with Osceol a County commissioners. 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Chamber Trustee/Osceola County Delegation Lunch, Osceola County Courthouse Jury Room, 2 Courthouse Square, Suite 1100. 1:00 p.m. to conclusion, Constitutional Officers Judicial Municipalities Public Testimony. Narcoossee Arts, Crafts, and Farmers MarketThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society will be having the first Narcoossee Arts, Crafts, and Farmers Market Nov. 2 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Narcoossee Elementary School, 2690 N. Narcoossee Road, St. Cloud. Sign up for a booth for $20. All funds raised go toward restoration of the circa 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. To sign-up email, info@narcoosseehistory.org.Veterans Day ParadeThe 2013 Veterans Day Parade will be Nov. 11 at 10 a.m. The parade forms at 350 N. Beaumont Ave. Kissimmee at 8 a.m. The Childrens parade forms at the Kissimmee Police Department lot. Registration forms are available at downtown businesses. Awards for best band, float, and unit will be given. For more information contact TJ at 407-552-7124, or Fred at 407-520-7646.Christmas Shoebox ProjectThe Unified Mission Ministry of Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 604 N. John Young Parkway, is in need of items to fill decorated shoe boxes that will be distributed to the needy at Christmas time. Donations of shoe boxes, soap, washcloths, hand sanitizer, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, notepads, pens, various snacks, Vienna Sausage, crackers, Capri Sun, mints and gum are needed. Monetary donations are accepted as well. The deadline for collecting items is Dec. 10. For more information or to help, call 407-932-1898, 407-201-6912, or 407-8910866.Fall Harvest FestivalGateway Baptist Church will be hosting a free Fall Harvest Festival Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m., at 2601 Partin Settlement Road, Kissimmee. Come out and enjoy inflatables, carnival games, a cake walk, food, a pie contest, prizes, and much more. Nonscary costumes are welcome.Ford fundraiserMullinax Ford is hosting a fundraiser to support Gateway High School to raise up to $6,000 for local students from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. Members of the Kissimmee area community will have the opportunity to raise money for the schools extracurricular activities by test-driving a Ford vehicle. It will be at Gateway High School, 93 Panther Paws Trail, Kissimmee. For every person who test-drives a new Ford vehicle at this oneday event, Mullinax Ford will donate $20, up to $6,000, to Gateway High School. Participants must be 18 or older and have a valid drivers license. Limit one test-drive per household.Osceola Coin ClubThe group will meet at Broadway Pizza in the side room every first Monday of the month at 6 p.m. The group will be for trading, selling or buying coins for those interested. Call Ron at 407944-9718 for information.Heel and Toe Square Dance ClubHeel & Toe Square Dance Club meets at the Senior Center Annex, 702 Indiana Ave., in St. Cloud, from 6:30 to 9 p.m., every Monday. No experience is necessary; beginners receive lessons at the start of the evening. The minimum age for dancing is 10 years old. Come as an individual, couple, or a family. Everyone is welcome. The cost is $5 per person per lesson. For more information call Ellen Bell or Paul Kurek at 407-931-1688.Gabriel GrigsbyIn honor of Gabriel Grigsby, who recently lost his battle with ALD, and who would have been 11 on Oct. 26, come and enjoy music, stories, and memories to be shared, hosted by the Grigsby family, at Cornerstone Church, 2925 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud. Admission is $5. For more information call, 407-892-8114.Fall CarnivalSt. Johns Episcopal Church will be holding its first Fall Carnival Oct. 31 to Nov. 3, at 1709 N. 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Page B6, CommunityContinued from Page B5 noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, and 1 to 11 p.m. on Sunday. Come enjoy an exciting day for the entire family with thrilling rides, food, lots of games and much more. Caribbean food will be available on Friday and Saturday. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket booth.Access FloridaNew Horizon Family Center, 2958 Pleasant Hill Road Kissimmee, has programs on food assistance, temporar y cash assistance, and Medicaid to help in purchasing food, paying home expenses, and paying for medical services. Assistance is available Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or call to make an appointment. For more information call, 407-201-7906.Family Fun NightLife Assembly of God, 2269 Partin Settlement Road, Kissimmee, will host a free Family Fun Night Oct. 31 from 6 to 9 p.m. All kids up to fifth grade are welcome to participate in games, prizes, a costume contest, inflatables, food, candy and more. More than 20 gently used bikes will be given away during the night.Senior Seminar: Pain ManagementA free senior seminar on pain management will be at the St. Cloud Regional Medical Center, 1600 Budinger Ave. Suite E, St. Cloud Nov. 6, from noon to 1 p.m. Guest speaker Dr. Anand Anil Patel pain management, will be present. An RSVP for the event is required. Those interested can register online at www. st.cloudregional.com. For more information call, 407-891-2920.EuchreEuchre is played every Tuesday at the American Legion post 10 on Lake shore Drive at 1 p.m.. A beginners lesson is at 12:20 p.m. Everyone is invited. Historical Scavenger HuntThe St. Cloud Heritage Museum, 1012 Massachusetts Ave., hosts a historical scavenger hunt every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for school age children to adults. Discover, learn and have fun during this very special journey into the past. The museum is open to the public for leaning about St. Cloud history as well as military memorabilia. Museum hours are Thursday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more museum information, call Jean Witherington at 407-957-4347.Links for HealthThe 4th annual charity golf tournament Links for Health will be from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 2 at Kissimmee Bay Country Club, 2801 Kissimmee Bay Blvd., Kissimmee. The event is a fundraiser for St. Thomas Aquinas Free Medical Clinic, a program of Catholic Charities of Central Florida. This scramble tournament is a way to support the clinic and its operations. There will be a raffle, an auction, and lunch and awards following golf play. Cost is $60 per person. For more information, call Kelly Bender at 407-325-3006 or email at kbender7@cfl.rr.com.SPARKLE: Distinguish YourselfGeneration Faith presents Womens Conference, SPARKLE: distinguish Yourself, Nov. 8 and 9 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Silver Spurs Arena, 1875 Silver Spurs Lane, Kissimmee. Hear from speakers Pastor Hope Carpenter, Pastor Sheila J. Spencer, Pastor Margie Sotero, Pastor Runette Jones, and Pastor LadyMachell Proctor. Registration costs $75 in advance and $100 at the door; college students with identification will pay $50. All fees include a banquet style lunch buffet. For more information, call 407-483-4885, or email, SparkleExperience@gmail.com.Goodwill seeks volunteers Goodwill Industries of Central Florida is calling for volunteers at its retail stores, warehouse and administrative offices. The hours are flexible and positions are suitable for volunteers of all skill levels, including students (must be 16 or older), retirees or anyone who wants to give back and support Goodwills mission of helping people with barriers to employment find jobs. To apply, visit www. goodwillcfl.org volunteering opportunities are listed under the Donate tab. For any additional questions, or to arrange volunteer groups, contact Darlene Kaiser at 407235-1536 or dkaiser@goodwillcfl.org. GriefShare groupThe GriefShare recovery and support group meets at First Baptist Church of St. Cloud, 1717 13th St., on Thursday nights from 7 to 8:30 p.m. A second location for meetings is the Village Church at Good Samaritan Village, 1441 Hoeger Circle, Kissimmee, Friday mornings from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m. GriefShare features nationally recognized experts on grief and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include The Journey of Grief, When Your Spouse Dies, Your Family and Grief, Why? and Stuck in Grief. Following the presentation, all those present may share their experiences, their questions, and their reactions to grief. It is a safe place for all. This 13-week session is open to people of all faiths who have suffered the loss of a loved one. For more information, contact Nancy Boss at 407873-1067 or email bossdn1@ yahoo.com.Seeking local artists, crafters and farmersThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society will be having the first annual Narcoossee Arts, Crafts and Farmers Market on Saturday, Nov. 2, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Narcoossee Elementary School on 2690 N. Narcoossee Road, St. Cloud. Sign up for a booth for $20. All funds raised go toward restoration of the circa 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. To sign-up contact info@narcoosseehistory.orgEagles bingoThe Eagles 4048 group plays bingo at 4 p.m. every Sunday and 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday. Its at the Eagles building, 15 W. Darlington Ave., Kissimmee, near the Kissimmee Police Department station. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 407846-4990.Lets Dance Ballroom ClubThe Lets Dance Ballroom Club meets every Wednesday at the St. Cloud Senior Center, located at 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. In September, we will feature the rhumba. Class meets on Wednesday. Class starts promptly at 7 p.m. A beginners class will be from 7 to 9 p.m., followed by an advance class from 8 to 9 p.m. Come early to register. For additional information, call Sheila Lauer at 407738-7546.Tea dancesSunday afternoon tea dances are sponsored by the Lets Dance Ballroom Club at the St. Cloud Senior Center on the fourth Sunday of each month, from 2 to 4 p.m. Septembers dance will be Sunday. The center is at 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud. Light refreshments will be served. Cost for the dance is $3 per person. For more information, call Sheila Lauer at 407-7387546 or Kathy Parsons at 407-319-2161.Village volunteers soughtThe Osceola County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to greet and give tours to guests at the Pioneer Village. Anyone who has one to three hours of free time per week should consider being a volunteer in any number of roles with the organization, from greeters and tour guides, to office help or grounds keepers. Training will be provided for all roles. To explore the possibilities, call volunteer coordinator Juana Kelly at 407-396-8644, Ext. 7 or email questions to juana@osceolahistory.org. Visit the website at osceolahistory.org.Little league umpires neededSt. Cloud Little League is looking for umpires to volunteer for the upcoming season. Anybody interested should call Tripp at 321-624-4725. Kissimmee Writers GroupThe Kissimmee Writers Group is looking for fiction writers and authors of all genres. Attendance is free and open to everyone, from aspiring writer to published author. The group motto is Writers Helping Writers, and member benefits include education, critique, networking, and support. Meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month from 6-8 p.m. at the Hart Memorial Library in downtown Kissimmee, 211 E. Dakin Ave., Kissimmee. For more information, email Randy Austin at flenviro@ gmail.com. Ahoy Travel ClubThe Ahoy Carefree Travel Club meetings will be at 12:30 p.m. on the first and third Mondays at the Kissimmee Moose Lodge, 1019 N. Main St. Lunch is available. No membership fee is required. Travel includes day bus trips, overnights, cruises and international travel. For additional information, call Donna, liaison officer, at 407-569-2118 or email dparkins8@gmail.com.Sons of Confederate VeteransThe Jacob Summerlin Camp 1516 meets at 6:30 p.m. on the second Monday of each month, except December, at Fat Boys restaurant in St. Cloud. Meetings start at 7 p.m.. See www.JacobSummerlin. org for further information. American Legion Post 80 eventsThe American Legion of St. Cloud Post 80, 1019 Pennsylvania Ave., will have the following events: On Mondays, bingo will be at 6 p.m. in the smoke-free Civic Hall. On Wednesdays, dinner specials will run from 5 to 7 p.m. On Thursdays there is free pool, dinner specials from 5 to 7 p.m. On Thursdays there is free pool; dinner specials from 5 to 8 p.m.; $1 drafts. Trivia game night is at 8 p.m. On Fridays, there is free shuffleboard from 3 to 7 p.m., Grill menu weekly, prime rib dinners on the first and third weeks from 5 to 8 p.m., and karaoke at 8 p.m. On Saturdays, RoadKill Bingo will take place on the first and third weeks, N.Y. strip steak will be available on the second and fourth weeks. On Sundays breakfast will run from 8 to 11 a.m., and Bar Bingo will run from 2 to 4 p.m. Post 80 is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you are a veteran, or the spouse, son or daughter of a veteran, we invite you to speak with us regarding membership in the American Legion, Auxiliary, Riders, or Sons of the American Legion. Serving Veterans is our only goal. For more information, call the post at 407-892-8808 or Mike Turco at 352-572-1261.Poinciana Friends of the LibraryThe Poinciana Friends of3 the Library meet the third Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Poinciana branch library. New members are welcome. Membership is open for active or supportive status. For more information, contact the Friends of the Library, P.O. Box 702087, St. Cloud, FL, 34770-2087.Kissimmee Moose 2056The lodge has lunch specials everyday from 11 a.m., to 2 p.m. Every week it has the following events: Tuesdays Texas Hold Em from 7 to 10 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays Bingo from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursdays and Sundays Karaoke from 7 to 11 p.m. Every Friday night is date night. Prime rib is every first and third week; surf and turf is every second and fourth week. There also will be a live band. There are special events coming up that can be found in a calendar at the door. The lodge has been nonsmoking since 2011. Sons of Italy 2523The Osceola County Order Sons of Italy in America Lodge 2523 meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at Kissimmee Bay Golf and Country Club. The lodge welcomes all men and women of Italian heritage (or spouse that is Italian) to join. It holds events throughout the year for charities and high school scholarships. For more information, contact lodge president Gertrude Dorries at 321-2866787 for more information.Scout popcorn sales kick offScouts of all ages in the Osceola District Boy Scouts of America are fundraising for their various activities by selling popcorn and pretzels products. Scouts last year in Osceola County raised approximately $137,000 by selling Trails End products, and more than 70 percent of that amount went to local scouting activities and programs. Scouts also will sell popcorn for donation to military men and women, their families and veterans organizations. To support the campaign, which runs through October, look for Scouts at the entrances of local large retailers or contact a Scout you might know directly. Products to be offered range from microwave kettle corn to pretzels wrapped in white chocolate. There are several new varieties of popcorn this year and include sour cream/onion and buffalo cheddar cheese, among others. For more information on Scouting, visit www.cflscouting. org or contact Osceola District Executive Sterling Yoars at sterling.yoars@cflscouting.org. Celebrate RecoveryCome celebrate recovery at the Celebrate Recovery Program, dealing with lifes hurts, habits and hang-ups, at Cornerstone Family Church, 2925 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, every Friday night from 7 to 10 p.m. Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered 12-step recovery program based on the eight principles found in Matthew 5. Celebrate Recovery offers a person the opportunity to participate in a group fellowship where love and hope combine with Gods purpose to mend out lives. Cornerstone Family Kitchen serves a free meal from 6 to 8 p.m. for struggling families in the community and Celebrate Recovery participants.Mental Illnes s O sceola C ounty Support Group for Mental Illness is a free anonymous support group for bi-polar, depression, anxiety disorders, their families and friends. It meets e very Monday evening at t he Veterans Memorial Library, 810 13th St., St. Cloud, second floor in the Barbara U. Thornton Room from 7 to 8:30 p.m.. For more information, call (day) 407-847-7420, 407891-7099 or (night) 407730-5641. Narcoossee Historical SocietyThe Narcoossee Area Chapter of the Osceola County Historical Society meets every first Monday of the month starting at 6 p.m. in the Narcoossee Community Center, 5354 Rambling Road, Narcoossee. The first project is to protect and restore the 1886 Narcoossee Schoolhouse. For more information, call 407-595-6727 or contact lisaliu@embarqmail.com .German American ClubThe Osceola German Club meets the second Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club on Kings Highway in Kissimmee. Anyone interested in German culture and meeting new friends is welcome to join the group. For more information, call Kay at 407-931-1645.Elmers Meal KitchenElmers Meal Kitchen Ministry is a 501c3 approved nonprofit ministry serving free hot meals to the needy and homeless in the community of St. Cloud. A combined total of 33 loca l community churches, ministry groups, businesses and restaurants have been See Community, page B-7 Lock Haven Baptist Church14246 Boggy Creek Road Orlando, FL 32824 (407) 851-5420 LANE STOCKTON, PAs S TOR SCHEDULE OF SERVICEsS Sunday School . ..................................... 10:00 am Morning Service . ................................... 11:00 am Evening Service . ..................................... 6:30 pm Wednesday Service . ............................... 7:00 pm PENTECOSTAL CHURCHRev. P. Sewell, Pastor GRACE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF JESUSA Church where Worship, Praise and Prayer is a liberty. ALL ARE WELCOMED. Worship Services: Sunday School...10:00am Morning Worship...11:15am Wednesday Bible Study...6:00pm 4501 Reaves Rd. Kissimmee, FL 34746 321-402-6684 OR 407-933-1794 Sunday Worship: 8:15am & 11:00am Traditional 9:40am Contemporary FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCHKissimmee 101 West Dakin Ave., Kissimmee, www.kissimmeefumc.orgOpen hearts. Open minds. Open doors.The people of The United Methodist Church 111012.SNG And Cremation Services rfntbbt btf C f www.conradandthompson.com Obituaries For daily obituaries and services please visit our Website: www.aroundosceola.comMOON Mrs. Dolores S. Moon, 57, of St. Cloud, FL passed away on Tu esday October 22, 2013 at her residence surrounded by her loving family. Dolores was born in Passaic, New Jersey on January 23, 1956, the daughter of the late John and Lucy (Dal Cin) Simeoni. She was a Dental Hygienist in Kissimmee for many years. She is survived by her loving family; husband; Bill Moon; a daughte r, Natalie wife of Chris Kibler of Winter Park, FL; two sons John husband ofCassey Moon of Saint Cloud, FL;M atthew Moon of Saint Cloud, FL; a grandson; Croix Moon of St. Cloud. Dolores is also survived by a sister, Nancy, wife ofSam Falco of Wayne, New Jersey. Arrangements under the direction of Oscoela Memory Gardens Cemetery, Funeral Home and Crematory, 2000 13th Street, St. Cloud, Fl 34759. 407-957-2511. www.osceolamemgds.com


Saturday, October 26, 2013 NEWS-GAZETTE, Page B7 Community Continued from Page B-6 voluntarily serving for over 12 years. Contact your church leader or current group serving you if you would like to participate in serving meals. If your church cannot serve, get it involved by making love offerings and memorial donations to help purchase food items needed. Elmers Meal Kitchen Director Carol Broski can be reached at 407-9579839.American Legion Post 10 EventsThe American Legion Post 10 Kissimmee holds the following events: All veterans and family are welcome. We will honor all military membership cards (VFW, DAV, etc.) and active duty ID cards. Sunday is game day, at 1 p.m., free pool, bowling, ping pong, and more. On Mondays at 7 p.m. there is a free Texas Holdem Tourney for points, food is served. Tuesdays from noon to 4 p.m. is karaoke; bingo at 5:30 p.m.(open to public), food is served. Every second and fourth Wednesday of the month, Barnyard Bingo starts at 7 p.m. Thursdays at 5:30, Bingo (open to public), food is served. On Fridays, there are seafood dinners from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., live bands and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m. On Saturdays, there are full course dinners from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., live bands and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m. Legion will pay the first years membership for any veteran or active duty soldier who has served during the Gulf War era. (January 31, 1990 to present). Our hall and/or kitchen are available to the public for weddings, etc. SAL meetings changed to first Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. For more information, call 407-847-4193.Overeaters AnonymousOvereaters Anonymous, fellowship for those recovering from compulsive eating, meets at 9:30 a.m. Saturdays Call 321-443-2362 or visit www.oacfi.org for more information.BingoBingo is held every Wednesday in the VFW Post 3227 hall. Early bird games begin at 6:30 p.m. with regular bingo starting at 7 p.m. Call the post at 407-8926761 for membership eligibility information and upcoming events.Osceola Friends of the LibraryThe O sceola F riends of the Library Board of Directors meets the second Tuesday of each month at 11 a.m. at the Hart Memorial Branch Library. Membership is open for active or supportive status. For more information, contact the Friends of the Library, P.O. Box 702087, St. Cloud, FL, 34770-2087.St. Cloud Horseshoe ClubThe St. Cloud Horseshoe Club invites everyone to join the group. The horseshoe pits are located between the St. Cloud Civic Center and the St. Cloud Senior Center on 17th Street. The 2013-14 tournament schedule is Oct. 19, Nov. 9, Dec. 21, Feb. 8, March 8 and April 5. Members of the National Horseshoe Pitchers Association (NHPA) and of the Florida State Horseshoe Pitchers Association (FLSHPA) can qualify to pitch at the tournaments. Tournament director Vickie Marteney may be contacted at 321-297-1802. More information is available at the NHPA website. The clubs practice sessions contacts are: John Grayson at 407-873-8240 and Tom Gowan at 321-443-6871.In Step with the SpiritThe In Step With the Spirit organization, a Christ-centered recovery group for alcohol and drugs, meets 6:30 to 7:30 Thursdays at the Osceola Christian Ministry Center, 700 Union St., Kissimmee. For more info. call Richard Burton at 407-944-9968.VFW Post 3227 bingoThe post offers bingo Wednesdays. Early Bird games start at 6:30 p.m., regular bingo begins at 7 p.m. The bingo hall is smoke free with a smoking area provided. Trivia is held Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. New players and teams are welcome. Breakfast is served every Saturday from 8-11 a.m. for $5; dinners are served Fridays with the exception of the first Friday of the month when Bar Bingo is held. Chuck Wagon Bingo is the third Saturday of the month. Call 407-892-6761 for information regarding membership eligibility.Music, dancing eventThere will be live classic country music and some 1950s rock and roll, dancing and some line dancing Tuesday nights from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Osceola County Council on Aging, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. There is no admittance fee but there will be 50/50 tickets sold to help support the effort. Bring a covered dish or snack to be part of the meals at break time. For more information, call 407-892-3335. DARThe Joshua Stevens Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meetings are held the second Saturday of each month. The group welcomes visitors. Anyone interested in learning more about DAR or need help in searching for possible family members who fought in the war, contact Lori at 407-694-5277 or Carole at 407-846-1992 for more information.New York Artist ShopNo cost creative writing classes/meetings with a focus on poetry will be led by local poet George Bishop at 6:30 on Thursday nights. If you are a poet, have written poetry in the past, or just enjoy the messages poetry and poetry alone can suggest to us, than this class is for you. For more information call Denise at 407-957-1583. The Spirit of 76 Gun Club of Central FloridaThe Spirit of Gun Club of Central Florida meets at 6:30 p.m. the third Tuesday of each month at the Royal St. Cloud Golf Links, 5310 Michigan Ave, in St. Cloud. For more information or to RSVP, call Jed Suhl at 407-908-0568 or email to jedsuhl@yahoo.com.Frances Kirby Smith 22 Chapter, Order of Confederate RoseThe Frances Kirby Smith 22 Chapter, Order of Confederate Rose is an independent support group to the Sons of Confederate Veterans and local camps thereof. It is nonprofit, nonracial, nonpolitical and nonsectarian. Confederate ancestry is not required for membership. It assists SCV with its historical, educational, benevolent and social functions. Special emphasis is placed on the preservation of Confederate symbols. The meetings are held the third Saturday of each month at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Library, Barbara Thornton Room, in St. Cloud. For more information, email franceskirbysmith22ocr@gmail.com Community OrchestraThe Osceola Community Orchestra welcomes orchestra musicians high school age and older Take Pounds Off Sensibly Take Pounds Off Sensibly, or T.O.P.S., is a support group to help those wanting to lose weight and get healthy. Meetings are every Wednesday from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Senior Center Annex. 8th St. and Indiana, St. Cloud. For more information, call Jane Pearce at, 407-957-2865. to our Monday evening rehearsals at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center. For more information, contact Bill Lauer at 407892-5011. The St. Cloud Line Dance Club The St. Cloud Line Dance Club, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud, meets: Monday, novice (2-2:30 p.m.); beginner 2:30-3 p.m.); intermediate (3-5 p.m.). Thursday, novice (5:30-6 p.m.); beginner (6-7 p.m.); intermediate (7-9 p.m.). Its a $1 donation for the day. Call Glenda Brown at 407-744-3892 for more information. Osceola County Camera ClubThe Osceola County Camera Club invites anyone interested in taking photographs and having a good time to attend the clubs twicemonthly meetings. The club will meet on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at the Osceola Center for the Arts in the Edward Moore Studio at 7 p.m. For more information, visit the website at www.osceola countycameraclub.com or the clubs Facebook page at http://bit.ly/ackyi7.Tai chi and qigong (Chinese yoga)Tai Chi and qigong (Chinese yoga) classes being offered by Madame Wu Tuesdays from 1 to 2 p.m. at the St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th St., St. Cloud. All classes taught by donation. For more information, call Madame Wu at 407738-7001. Osceola Stamp ClubThe Osceola Stamp Club meets the first and thir d Wednesday of the month from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Barney E. Veal Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee. Come trade, sell and meet other stamp collectors. New members are welcome and needed to keep the club going. For more information, call Charles Frazer at 407201-4192.Ministry medical clinicThe Osceola Christian Ministry at 700 Union St., Kissimmee, offers a medical clinic most Thursday mornings. It serves the uninsured and people with a family income at or below the 200 percent of the federal poverty level. The clinic operates on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 9 a.m. and it can serve eight to nine people. It also has a Tuesday afternoon clinic once a month, which serves adults only. The doors open at 12:30 p.m. To confirm the hours for either clinic for the week, call 407944-9968 for the correct information. Free Medicare counselingSHINE Florida Department of Elder Affairs, will be sponsoring free, unbiased counseling at the following locations on Medicare, Medigap/ HMO, Medicaid, prescription drug plans, and long-term care insurance. All counseling is first-come, first-served. Bring with you a list of all your medications or Rx bottles, insurance card, and red, white and blue Medicare card. All dates are subject to change. Barney E. Veal All Generation Center, 700 Generation Point, Kissimmee, 407-8468532, from 10 a.m. to noon the first and third Tuesday of every month. St. Cloud Senior Center, 3101 17th Street, St. Cloud, 407-957-7392, the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, from 10 a.m. to noon. S SCOOTERS & WHEELCHAIRSSCOOTERS & WHEELCHAIRSIndependent Repairs407-319-8687 Used Scooters Available Lift Installations & Repairs Savannah Court of St. Cloud407.. www.SavannahCourtStCloud.comAssisted Living Facility License No. 9917Signature community of Senior Living Management Corp. A ssisted Living Community A ASSISTED LIVINGWhat yo u re look ing for is her e. 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