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In the economic rollercoaster of businesses coming and going, theres a new promise for hope of a turnaround, as the economy goes from downturn to upswing, and new businesses make plans to move into the area. There are quite a few new restaurants, which were real encouraged about, Win ter Springs-Oviedo Chamber President Cory Skeates said. I think it shows a lot in terms of the overall economy getting bet ter. Panera Bread and a Millers Ale House are among the restaurants coming to the Oviedo area, and Winter Springs and Ovie do are excited about the stimulation they will bring the area. We are quite excited about whats happening with the city, Oviedo Mayor Dominic Persampiere said. The restau rants coming in will be something that the residents have been looking for. He also said the city has a lot more planned for the future that they will be an nouncing in the next few months. We are working hard, and the (City) Council is focused on bringing in the ame nities into the city that the residents are looking for, Persampiere said. Making that transformation from a small suburban town to a full-service community is really what the goal is. Panera Bread in front of the proposed site for Oviedo on the Park, located in the northeast plaza at the intersection of Mitch ell Hammock and State Road 434 near L.A. Fitness and Outback Steakhouse. Millers Ale House will also be in close proximity, located on the south side of Mitchell Hammock Road, east of the Tee It Up driving range, on the site of a former miniature golf site. Were very pleased with the businesses that are going in, Oviedo Planning and Development Manager Debra Pierre said. It will be really good in terms of overall revenue for the city. Skeates said theres a lot of great com mercial development available in the area for professional development, and the Chamber is working with a lot of members spots available. Paul Mitchell The School will relocate to the Oviedo Mall in the fall. The school, currently located in Casselberry, will span over 15,000 square feet by the North Patio Entrance, near Regal Cinemas, and wrap around Kay Jewelers creating customer ac cess inside and outside the mall. We are very excited about it for a cou ple of reasons: for one, theyre taking up a large amount of space, which will be good for our merchants, as well as theyre (the school) taking up a space that has never been built out before, so we feel like thats quite an accomplishment, Oviedo Mall are expecting them to be great partners Celery Stalks ........................................... 4 Stetsons Corner ...................................... 4 Interests .................................................. 6 Calendar .................................................. 8 Athletics ................................................ 10 Ask Sandi .............................................. 11 Young Voices ......................................... 11 Classifieds ............................................. 12 Calendar > 8 Join Food Truck Crazy at Oviedo Mall from 4-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 10, for a dinner from Central Floridas gourmet food trucks. Explorers travel across space to follow clues that might lead them to the origins of mankind. Opening this week: PROMETHEUS Interests > 6 Family > 7 Athletics > 10 Cupcakes made with love at Matties Desserts in Winter Springs Explore oddball options for spending time with Dad on June 17 Future MLB stars will take their hacks starting June 9 in the FCSL One was co-captain of his debate team. An other was drum major of his schools march ing band. And the third was a part of more clubs and sports teams than you can count on one hand. Hailing from Oviedo, Hagerty and Win ter Springs high schools, these top students know that it takes more than grades to make your way into the real world. In between cleaning out their lockers and preparing their graduation speeches, each student revealed what they got out of their time in high school, their plans for the future and what advice they want to impart to their classmates. Sam Hendley, Winter Springs High School According to Winter Springs High School valedictorian Sam Hendley, It isnt enough to be smart. You have to be a hard-working person. And Hendley certainly lives up to that standard. In addition to being a top stu dent, the 18-year-old found time for his pas sion for music. Hendley plays cello, oboe and Retail rises in Seminole KRISTY VICKERY The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE Panera Bread and a Millers Ale House are among the restaurants coming to the Oviedo area. Both developments front Mitchell Hammock Road. Please see ANCHOR on page 3 Hats off to top high school grads KYLE WARNKE The Voice See Page 2 for a list of the top 5% of graduating seniors from Winter Springs, Oviedo and Hagerty high schools. PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE VOICE Michael Scimeca, Allison Coleman and Sam Hen dley graduated at the top of their classes last week. Please see VALEDICTORIAN on page 2
Page 2 THIS WEEK in history June 11, 1509 King Henry VIII of England marries Catherine of Aragon, the first of six wives he would have in his lifetime. When Catherine failed to produce a male heir, Henry divorced her against the will of the Roman Catholic Church. Seminole Voice is published twice a month by Turnstile Media Group | POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Seminole Voice | P.O. Box 2426 | Winter Park, FL 32790 Publisher reserves right to edit or refuse all advertisements, announcements, articles and/or letters to the editor. Submission does not guarantee publication. Columnists opinions are made independently of the newspaper. All rights reserved. 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Restriction apply due to size and condition of vehicle.Get the look you deserve... INSURED BUSINESS407-914-6445 Wash $35 Windows, Door Jambs, Rims/Tires, VacuumWash and 1 step polish and wax $50 2 step process $60 hour Headlight restoration $50 Lovebug removal $25 SPECIALIZING in: Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Ferrari and Bentley. saxophone and is a member of the Florida Youth Symphony Or chestra. Hendley was also drum major of his schools 160-member marching band. After going to countless foot ball games, one of the things Hendley most looks forward to when he arrives at the Univer sity of Florida next fall is SEC football. He hopes to be a part of the marching band or one of the university bands, but if classes prevent that, hell still search for a community orchestra. (Music) has always been a big part of my life, he said. It would be nice to be a part of a commu nity orchestra or the school of mu sic. Its gonna be a big decision for me, whether I do marching band. Hendley plans to major in physics, because, as hes quick to point out, I have the utmost re spect for engineers, but my mind doesnt work like that. Although he was accepted into his top choice for college, McGill Univer sity in Montreal, Hendley chose UF to save money, but he hopes to still attend McGill for a masters or doctorate degree. Allison Coleman, Oviedo High School Salutatorian Allison Coleman may dream of curing diseases she had to deal with a small medi cal crisis of her own. Her most em barrassing high school moment: passing out while giving blood. I think the lady was pumping my blood too fast, so I kinda fainted. After she was dismissed, Coleman tried walking back to her classes, but was too dizzy to walk. I just laid there on the ground, because I couldnt move, if I moved, I wouldve fallen. But she wont let her dreams grow faint because of one bad ex perience. Coleman will attend UF next fall to study pharmacy, hop ing to become a pharmco-genomi cist. Coleman said she wants to allow her to analyze a patients DNA and tailor a cure to each courses this summer at Seminole with the two years of her under graduate degree. ity Coleman didnt do. She was a member of the National Honor Society, the Spanish Honor Soci ety, Key Club and numerous other honors organizations, and she also was a member of the soccer and weightlifting teams. The se cret to her success, she said, is be ing organized. My days are very organized. I do my homework early and get it done in school. Michael Scimeca, Paul J. Hagerty High School For Michael Scimeca, becoming valedictorian was a long and arduous process. Scimeca, who grew up in a military family, set his sights on valedictorian early, but he bounced around multiple enrolled at Hagerty, his mom was worried that he couldnt handle it. (She) was always worried that I wouldnt be prepared for high school. I told her that I would study all year and I would get straight As. And I did. The 18-year-old plans to study biomedical sciences at the Uni versity of Central Floridas Bur nett Honors College, and he is also interested in psychology and cognitive studies. Im more inter ested in the neuroscience aspect of medicine and biology, he said. So anything where I can combine medicine and aspects of psycholo gy is something Im looking into. Co-captain of the schools debate team, Scimeca cautions against senioritis as a formi dable threat on his way to the top of his class. I always said it wouldnt happen to me, and then you hit second semester and I was like, I dont want to do any of this, he said. It doesnt mat ter what scholarships or schools youve been accepted to. You could lose all of it in minutes if focus. VALEDICTORIAN | Grads didnt let senioritis get in the way C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE The Voice proled Oviedo High valedictorian Neel Patel last issue. If you missed the story, scan this QR code or visit SeminoleVoice. com. Paul J. Hagerty High School Albers, Ethan R. Kase Western Reserve University Ankli, Sarah K. Rollins College Baker, Bradley T. New College of Fla. Benedict, Kaily C. UF Chehab, Sabrina A. UCF Dickerson, Amy E. UF Dunne, Shannon M. UF Edwards, Monique N. UM Floeter, Austin M. Virginia Tech Geiger, Mackenzie E. UF Gisel, Andrew R. UCF Haywood, Taylor J. UF Latrobe, Alyssa J. FSU Le, Paulina B. UCF Medin, Kyle A. FSU Menning, Hunter W. II UCF Minnis, Brent M. UCF Moser, Justin W. UCF Nowotny, Rachel M. UCF Pomeroy, Justin J. Rollins College Rossow, Heidi L. UF Royero, Melissa R. UCF Scimeca, Michael D. UCF Yanes, William R. Seminole State College Yeargain, Tyler Q. UCF Oviedo High School Babuji, Ashwin Bass, Melinda Megumi Borkholder, Alex William Coleman, Allison B. Epstein, Rebecca Layne Futato, Annie Davis Hamstra, Justin Daniel Hensley, Thaxter Cole Huynh, Michael Huy Khan, Nirvani Devi Koller, Brandon Michael Patel, Neel Sanjay Rathakrishnan, Arjith V. Reilly, Ryan Patrick Roberson, Dana Nicole Roberson, Rachel Lynn Robey, Keelyn Renee Rogers, Cory Oliver Shepherd, Natalie Morgan Sims, Olivia Brooke Thomas, Karen Ann Van de Houten, Brandi M. Van Ravenswaay, Gabrielle Weinbel, Ellenor Grace Winter Springs High School Bareld, Thomas Bonura, Joseph Cusi, Paula Dekrey, Nathan Duncan-Lewis, Christopher Edwards, Blake Etheridge, Tyler Gerken, Matthew Harrington, Ross Hendley, Samuel Holmes, Alexander Jeski, Tyler Jaman, Meagan Kelly, Dillon Knipe, Jennifer Lee, Jihyun Nguyen, Elizabeth Reyes, Andrea Rotger, Jason Ryan, Michael Savino, Andrew Smith, Danielle Strudgeon, Heather Towe, Lauren Ward, Tiffany Wilson, Rebecca TOP 5% OF GRADUATING SENIORS
Page 3 Orlando Health Physician Specialists is excited to announce the arrival of family medicine physician Deborah Lauridsen, MD. Dr. Lauridsen specializes in well woman exams, minor dermatological procedures and management of chronic medical conditions. Serving Oviedoarea patients ages 2 and up, she provides family-oriented care in a location that is convenient and close to home. Same-day appointments are o en available. Dr. Lauridsen joins general surgeon Jon Wiese, MD, and pulmonologist Antonio Rodriguez, MD, both of whom have been caring for patients in Seminole County for over 20 years. Drs. Wiese and Rodriguez are now seeing patients in the Oviedo o ce, as well as their established practices in Longwood. To schedule an appointment with Orlando Health Physician Specialists, please call 321.842.3300.Expanding our family, to better serve yours. Orlando Health Physician Specialists 1000 W. Broadway St., Suite 105-A Oviedo, FL 32765 southseminolehospital.com/oviedo Accepting New Patients 12-ORS-015 SEMINOLE VOICE 6-8.indd 1 5/21/12 10:20 AM students coming to the school, so that customer base for us. The Oviedo Mall will also be adding a NY Burger House and a Berry Filled Frozen Yogurt in the food court. Both are expected to open this summer. Winter Springs Mayor Charles Lacey said the good things happening in Ovie do are good things for Winter Springs. We are encouraged by whats hap pening there, and we hope that people from Oviedo will see things happening over our way, especially in the Town Center and come try our businesses too, Lacey said. Winter Springs Community Develop ment Director Randy Stevenson said the city has plans for a Family Dollar, Quest Diagnostics and a new plaza on the southwest corner of State Road 434 and Hayes Road. Weve rewritten the Town Center lying areas, so were trying to lay the ground work to bring the businesses in, Stevenson said. The numbers are certainly showing signs of a good turn around. As the numbers slowly move in a positive direction, both Winter Springs and Oviedo continue to welcome new businesses to the area, and keep the hope that these businesses will bring change to a market that has been unstable for so long. The long-term goal is to bring in these primary businesses to help job-cre ation, Persampiere said. We (Seminole County) are all working together for the same goal. ANCHOR | Plaza planned on 434 in Winter Springs C ONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Joyce Noles could have had a performing career. She was a classically trained pianist and vocalist, and a one-time beauty contest winner whose family assumed she would spend most of her life on stage. Instead, she choose to marry and raise a family, pursuing her passion for music by serving as choir director for several churches and teaching several generations of youngsters in the Oviedo and Geneva area to sing and play the piano. Noles, 77, died Friday, June 1, of compli cations from Alzheimers disease. She had most recently been under hospice care. Her husband, Randy Noles Sr., former owner of the Oviedo Voice and Oviedo Publishing Company, died in 2009 just as his wife of 52 years was diagnosed with the progres sive illness. Born in Oneonta, Ala., where her father was mayor, she attended Florence State University (now the University of North Alabama) and Brenau College in Gaines ville, Ga., before graduating from the Uni versity of Alabama with a degree in voice and performance. She married during her senior year. The family moved to Maitland in 1967, to Oviedo in 1980 and to Geneva in 1985. ano and voice lessons, and soon had more students than she could accommodate. In Geneva, she became music director of both the First Baptist Church and the First United Methodist Church while continuing her work as a private teacher. She taught her students as much about life as about music, recalls her son, Randy Noles Jr. Kids wanted to take lessons just to be around her. I couldnt go anywhere with her without an adult recognizing her and telling her how much she had changed their lives when they were younger. Noles was also a voracious reader of everything from literary classics to truecrime accounts. Known for her charismatic personality, she enjoyed telling often hilari ous southern gothic tales about the odd characters she knew growing up in smalltown Alabama. She is survived by three sons Randy Jr. and Michael of Orlando, and Chuck of Melbourne as well as four grandchil dren. Services will be announced next week. The family asks that donations be made to Hospice of the Comforter in Altamonte Springs. Joyce Noles known for charisma, love of music PHOTO COURTESY OF OVIEDO MALL A Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School, similar to the one above, is scheduled to open in the Oviedo Mall. The school, moving from Casselberry, will span 15,000 square feet near Regal Cinemas.
Page 4 Well before dawn, the shadowy shapes wrapped in river fog are hard to distinguish. Thick clumps of swamp grass, errant shrubs and cypress trunks appear like Rorschach designs dark blobs in various shapes and dark hues jutting into the mist. Second by second the horizon fades to pale, and neutrals emerge from the palate of deep blues and grays. Peering out the back door, the kitchen window or over the back fence, the shapes in the fog grow less vague your brain. A few moments pass and your lips for the third time, you realize that several pairs of eyes and ears are trained on you. Now the sunrise reveals rich reddish brown rumps, pale brown twitching ears and upright tails striped with brown and white. Small herds of deer take advantage of cool morning gather and forage in friendly pastures and wetlands. Its June in Geneva. Deer linger in burgeoning pastures The early summer rains of tropical storm Beryl have given the pasture grasses a new lease on life. They almost stretch up and grow before your eyes. The small herds of deer seem to appreciate it as edges that divide the grassy spaces from the forests. Now they spend longer peri ods in the early mornings and evenings taking their time chewing the tender new shoots. They stretch down, take a few bites, then look up and sometimes stare straight at us, ears and tails alert. We stand still on two legs and they stand We try not to move or make direct eye Watching deer has always been one of my favorite past times, especially when they bring out the fawns. It never gets old watching a couple of spotted fawns race around the cypress and live oaks. They frisk and jump and gambol about with the freedom and innocence of toddlers. It will forever frustrate me that my voice and calm demeanor spooks them, sending them to the protection of the woods. Yet their distrust of humans is completely understandable and neces sary. I know that one day their descen dants may step into the same pasture humans that may greet them with am munition rather than adoration. Headlights on its the law talk headlights. Last week driving about in the downpours, I was once again reminded that too many folks do not turn on their headlights when they drive in the rain or when they operate their windshield wipers. In Florida, headlights are required to be on when driving around smoke, fog and rain, and also when the windshield wipers are on. Please exercise caution when driving in the rain. Between standing water, oil slick pavements and hailstorms, mixed with cell phones, texting and other distractions, it is a perfect storm to be avoided at all costs. 30 days to Independence Day Stop over to the Geneva Community Center Saturday, June 8, from 8:30 to 10 many needed volunteers who put to gether the annual 4th of July Parade and Festival. There are jobs large and small, including helping with the kids games, food preparation and distribution, cake walk, parking, set up, sponsorships and much more. The theme this year is School Days and prizes are available horses that represent the theme. Be sure car or horse with the parade leaders. For horse registration, call Kristi Moore 407-716-0482. Email Jessie Harrelson at firstname.lastname@example.org for infor Upcoming Events For more info and to register for events go to: www.OviedoWinterSprings.org New Members Tuesday, July 3 Let's Connect! 8am 9am Chamber Offices Tuesday, June 19 Business Roundtable: SunRail Update 7:30am 9am Chamber Offices Come join Public Information Specialist Mike Wacht and Director of Business Development Outreach Ray Gilley as they speak to the community about the impact SunRail has on the businesses in our area. Thursday, July 12 Chamber's 30th Anniversary Celebration 11:30am 1:15pm Oviedo Mall Community Room Join the chamber as we celebrate our 30th Anniversary at our July Luncheon. With the assistance of Citizens Bank of Florida, the chamber will welcome back founders, Past Presidents and many others that helped the chamber become all that it is today! Tuesday, June 26 East Side Regional Hob Nob 5pm 9pm Bright House Networks Stadium The preeminent political event for 2012, the evening will feature BBQ, drinks, candidates and the ability to vote in our 2 county straw poll! www.ESRHobNob.com John M. Iriye, P.A. Peanuts Personalized Services LLC Artistic Expressions Inc. Based on the current debt situation in the United States, many preand post-retirees have become concerned about their Social Security benet. Receiving that continuous in come stream is the foundation of a retirement income plan. 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The crowd was good and we had two relatively new Next month we will be celebrating the events one-year anniversary, and we intend to have and a great get together for those that attend. We also wish to thank the community for your attendance and help spreading the word of this monthly event. I will tell you more soon. Alligator awareness class Learn about alligator awareness from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, 3755 N.W. U.S. Highway 17-92, Sanford. The reptile depart ment will give an informative and educational presentation on alligator safety and aware ness. Reservations are required and the cost for ages 12 and older is $10 for zoo members and $15 for non-members. Please call 407323-4450, ext.123, for reservations and more information. More online To read Janets unabridged column, visit SeminoleVoice.com CELERY By Janet Foley the Between Stalks Send word to Janet Foley about events and let her know whats going on around town by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org TALK T O JANET > Market is 1
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Page 6 and sugar go into every batch of cupcakes baked at Matties Delectable Desserts in Winter Springs. er and longtime Winter Springs resident Brenda Bernard says. is a second home for her and her family. She Since opening the shop shes passed each take turns baking batches of cupcakes same fresh baked goods theyd get fresh out of their mothers oven at home. become one of Matties slogans: A place community. We kind of just open our doors and let the product speak for itself. Each cupcake party that brought her into the store. other treats. Its even hard for members of the Ber nard family to pick a favorite dessert from the cake that makes them feel closest to home. ly for him for every special occasion and When someone comes in and asks for take a bite for myself instead of passing it Brenda says she has a soft spot for all of to mean plain. ping for classroom supplies at neighboring Millers School Supplies store. Millers General Manager Terri Hitchcock mediate plans of expanding their dessert and longer-term goals of opening addition al locations in Central Florida. THIS WEEK in human history June 12, 1942 Anne Frank, a young Jewish girl living in Amsterdam, receives a diary for her 13th birthday. A month later, she and her family went into hiding from the Nazis in rooms behind her fathers office. Annes diary, detailing their two years in hiding, was published in 1947. WE ARE EXPANDING IN MAY A DDING 3,200 SQ.FT. OF NEW DEALER S PACE PRIM E RENTAL S POTS AVAILABLE T HE 1S T 30-DAYS I S R ENT FREE Matties brings family-style baking to Winter Springs SARAH WILSON The Voice PHOTO BY SARAH WILSON THE VOICE Brenda Bernard, middle, opened Matties with husband Peter. At right is employee Kandyce Holmes. To learn more about Matties and the dessert shops services, visit mattiesdelectabledesserts. com or stop by their location in Plaza Ol at 521 E. State Road 434, Winter Springs, to try their treats for yourself.
Page 7 Lil 500 Go-Karts is located at 150 Atlantic Drive just north of Maitland. Their hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday. They offer three different racetracks. The Family Track is for all ages, and offers double-seated go-karts with two steering wheels, so both parent and child may steer. The Moto Track is for drivers age 8 and older. The Fastrac is for drivers 10 and older, and allows to drivers to drift their go-carts. All rides are $4 per person per ride. For more information, call 407-831-2045 or visit lil500.com Black Hammock Adventures is located at 2356 Black Hammock Fish Camp Road in Oviedo. Airboat rides leave every 30 minutes between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., and cost $25.95 for adults and $20.95 for children 10 and younger. All other rides, including those for 45 or 60 minutes, or 15 minutes at sunset, must be reserved ahead of time. For more information, call 407-365-1244 or visit theblackhammock.com Oviedo VISION Center 875 Clark Street,Suite A Oviedo, FL 32765 www.OviedoVision.com 407.366.7655 Dr. Gary D. McDonald and Dr. Jason R. Wallace Optometric PhysiciansFashion Frames Custom Contact Fittings Eye Exams for All Ages Designer & Rx Sunglasses Treatment of Red Eyes Treatment of Infections & Glaucoma In-House Optical Lab Surgery Co-Management 160 East Broadway PO Box 622143 Oviedo, FL 32765 Phone: (407) 365-3722 Fax: (407) 365-7786 www.signman.net (Located at the base of the Nelson & Co. water tower) The roar of the giant rotor blade and founder of Black Hammock neath his black sunglasses as he Joel changes direction and zeroes in on a 4-foot gator. Not as aggressive as croco scales disappear into the brush. tion to spending most of his time of the largest hes found in a cage 40-year-old gator half the size of theyre in for as they pass through Alligators can live up to 40 of like being single versus be a laugh. A natural outdoorsman ing in Africa for 18 years. With Fathers Day approach clich of dear old Dad. Instead of explore. In addition to the creatures taurant and the Lazy Gator Bar. mashed potatoes and mixed veg etables for $17.99. The restaurant and even disco for its patrons. We can keep people all day options. The Lil 500 Go-Cart Track speeding up. all rides are $4 each. The Fam and even includes a steering hairpin turns. The cars can be too fast for Fastrac manager Don Schmidt. has remained a family establish Fathers Day fun KYLE WARNKE The Voice Mosquito Lagoon Fishing Charters is located at 540 Lake Lenelle Drive in Chuluota. Captain Tom Van Horn offers light tackle saltwater and freshwater shing tours. For ve-hour tours, the price is $375.00. For eight-hour tours, the price is $450.00. Captain Tom can accommodate two people, with an additional third person costing $75.00. For more information, call 407-366-8085 or visit irl-shing.com BLACK HAMMOCK ADVENTURES MOSQUITO LAGOON FISHING CHARTERS LIL 500 GO-KARTS So do the dads. (They) like the tain Tom Van Horn of Mosquito foot Maverick Master Angler ning chartered tours for 16 years to three passengers. His voyages Horn also explores the St. Johns A lot of people dont have great opportunity to spend time Last year Van Horn took a of his favorite trips. That moving moment still stands out to him. JUNE The Seminole State College Plan etarium will host Central Florida Nights from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on June 15 and 29; Sol from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on June 9, 16, 23 and 30; and Gift of the Nile from 8:30-9:30 p.m. on June 8 and 22. Visit seminolestate.edu/ planet or call 407-708-2360. The Oviedo Mall offers free childrens activities in the food court from noon to 2 p.m. every week on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through Aug. 1. The ac tivities include balloon bending, story telling and more. Call 407-977-2400 or visit myoviedomall.com JUNE 9 The School of Rock Oviedo presents a Tribute to: Pink Floyd The Wall! The shows are on Saturday, June 9, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, June 10, at 6 p.m. at Route 46 Entertainment District, Sanford. Visit schoolofrock.com JUNE 15 From 6-10 p.m. on every third Friday of the month (June 15 this month) is Parents Night Out at SPARK! Fam ily Enrichment Center located at 5965 Red Bug Lake Road. The cost is $25 for the rst child with a $5 sibling discount. Pre-registration is required. Call 407-679-7775. JUNE 16 Super Duper Mini Chefs will take place on Saturday, June 16, from 1-3 p.m. at Seminole Towne Center. Kids are encouraged to bring a non-per ishable food item to Seminole Towne Center for Food Orlando. Visit simon. com/kidgits Join Seminole County Natural Lands Department for guided hikes. Cost is $3 per person. Pre-registration is re quired and space is limited. Children must be at least 7 years old and ac companied by an adult. Call 407-3490959. Register at Sylvan Lake Park, Red Bug Lake Park or Sanlando Park. From 7:30-9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 16, there will be a Nocturnal Animals Hike at the Chuluota Wilder ness Area. JUNE 19 Seminole County 4-H is hosting a woodworking workshop for ages 11-18 on Tuesday, June 19, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Seminole County Extension Auditorium at 250 West County Home Road, Sanford. Cost is $10 and pre-registration is re quired. Call 407-665-5560. JUNE 23 Learn how to use native plants to at tract butteries and reduce contam ination and depletion of your water supply. Registration is required. The free event occurs on Saturday, June 23, from 10-11:30 a.m., only for adults and teens at the East Branch Library at 310 Division St., Oviedo. Call 407-665-1560. Visit www.semi nolecounty.gov/libraries ONGOING Discover the artistic potential be tween the covers of recycled books at Altered Book Art Workshops for Adults & Teens Its free, but registra tion is required. Sessions include: the West Branch Library, 245 N. Hunt Club Blvd., Longwood. For more infor mation, call 407-665-1670. the Central Branch Library, 215 N. Ox ford Rd., Casselberry. For more infor mation, call 407-665-1500. Email calendar submissions to email@example.com << << >>
Page 8 Calendar A silent auction will be conducted at a reception hosted by the Ferris family on Sunday, June 17th, from 5 8 pm. A selection of art works will be for sale and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Jane Goodall Institute.407-622-0102 www.FredlundGallery.compresentsAfrican Art Exhibite Ferris family of South Africa is exhibiting their collection of African art at the Fredlund Gallery. is collection has been assembled over decades and consists of paintings, sculptures, and other African artifacts. Where: Fredlund Fine Arts 1143 Orange Ave Winter Park (Parking in rear o Minnesota) When: June 12th 17th 12pm 7pm daily Reception: Sunday, June 17th 5pm 8pm F redlund F ine A rts So this is our commitment to you. We will work as diligently to help grow and protect your money as you did earning it. And help create a passionately disciplined plan designed to provide sustainable income for your riveting next chapter. Discover all that we can do for you. 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To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/FreezingFoods JUNE 10 The Intro to Sundew Gardening tour and workshop is June 10 from 10 a.m. to noon on the second Sunday of each month. Cost is $20. Visit Sundew Gardens on Facebook, at SundewGardens.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org JUNE 11 The Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Na tive Plant Society will host a free chapter meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 11, at the Sanford Garden Club, 200 Fairmont Drive in Sanford. Call 407-302-7616. JUNE 13 Come practice your English for free at Talk to Learn! Conversational English Class (ESOL) each Wednesday at the Central Branch Library Meeting Room, located at 215 N. Oxford Road in Cassel berry, from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. Call 407422-1540. Join in the Lunchtime Food Preparation Webinar called Chicken: 3 Ways for 3 Meals on Wednesday, June 13, from 12:10-12:50 p.m. Register at http://bit.ly/ HhP713 JUNE 16 The Redneck Olympics will benet the American Diabetes Association from 2-7 p.m. on Saturday, June 16, at the Jolly Gator Fish Camp at 4650 E. State Road 46 in Geneva. It costs $5 to enter con tests with cash prizes. Half the money goes to the winners, half to the American Diabetes Association. For registration, call 407-402-3993 or email mconsolato@ bellsouth.net On Saturday, June 16, come enjoy oldtime music at the Geneva Jam at the Ge neva Community Center. Food is for sale from 6-7 p.m. (or until food runs out). Come out to the How to Build a Rain Barrel Workshop offered by FloridaFriendly Landscaping and construct your a rain barrel from a recycled food grade quality 55-gallon drum. The workshop will be held from 9:30-11:30 a.m. on Satur day, June 16, at the Extension Auditorium at 250 W. County Home Road in Sanford. Call 407-665-5575 or email fyn@semi nolecounty.gov Cuplet Fern Chapter of the Florida Na tive Plant Society will host a free guided walk on Saturday, June 16, at 9 a.m. through Baldwin Park Landscapes. Call 407-302-7616. JUNE 19 On Tuesday, June 19, from 6-8 p.m., learn to prepare for a storm and pre pare healthy, gourmet meals for your family without power. Pre-registration is required, and requires a pre-payment of $10. Call 407-665-5560 to register, or visit http://tinyurl.com/StormGourmet Meals All classes are held at Seminole County Extension Services, 250 W. County Home Road in Sanford. JUNE 21 An extension food preservation class will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, June 21, and from 9-11 a.m. on Satur day, June 23. Learn how to save money by dehydrating your own herbs and mak ing your children snacks. Classes are at Seminole County Extension Services, 250 W. County Home Road in Sanford. To reg ister, visit http://tinyurl.com/DryFoods Visit www.seminolevoice.com/ events/search for more details. Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com Hurricane Expo The Seminole County Ofce of Emergency Management will cohost a Hurricane Expo at the Seminole Towne Center Mall at 200 Towne Center Circle on Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Adopt a kitten On Saturday, June 9, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Smitten with Kittens adoption event will be held at Hol lywood Houndz 4243 W. Lake Mary Blvd. Contact Diane at dgagliano@ seminolecounty.gov or call 407665-5208. Visit seminolecounty adoptions.petnder.com Food Truck Crazy Join Food Truck Crazy at Oviedo Mall from 4-8 p.m. on Sunday, June 10, for a dinner from Central Floridas gour met food trucks. Visit foodtruckcrazy.com
Page 9 Historic street renamed to commemorate Goldsboros founding On May 31, there was a ceremony renam ing the portion of 13th Street from U.S. Highway 17-92 to Dixie Way as Historic Goldsboro Boulevard at the Goldsboro Westside Historical Museum located at 1211 W. 13th St. in Sanford to recognize Goldsboros heritage. This mile-long sec tion, originally platted as Goldsboro Ave nue, played a vital role in Floridas second black-incorporated town. Seminole State student publishes P.O.E.M. Aldrin Hicks has a lot to say, and his out let is poetry. The 25-year-old student at Seminole State College of Florida has published a collection of 31 original po ems, ranging from autobiographical to speculative and touching on the themes of love, loss and life. His collection, Personal Organized Emotional Material (P.O.E.M.), gives readers a sampling of rhymes and free-verse poetry. P.O.E.M. is available in paperback print and e-reader editions through online retailers including Amazon.com and BarnesAndNoble.com, as well as through the publisher, Autho rHouse, at AuthorHouse.com STUDENT HONORS Oviedo students graduate from Georgia Tech The Georgia Institute of Technology pre sented degrees to approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students during the Institutes 242nd commence ment exercises. Brian Calahan of Oviedo received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering. Jarrod Hajek of Oviedo received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering. Local students earn honors at military college The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, honored the following students for academic excellence during the spring semester of the 2011-2012 academic year: business administration major. criminal justice major. Winter Springs student makes deans list at DePaul Katherine Mendoza of Winter Springs made the deans list at DePaul University for the winter quarter of 2012. Oviedo student makes magna cum laude Ariel Dickinson of Oconto, Wis., joined fellow seniors during the 146th Com mencement of Ripon College on May 13. Dickinson was a magna cum laude stu dent and majored in mathematics. She is the daughter of Mr. Jonathan J. Dickinson of Oviedo, and Ms. Susan M. Van Hulle of Oconto, Wis. Local student makes top marks at Georgia College Katherine Genova of Oviedo completed courses with exemplary marks and made the deans list for the 2012 spring semes ter at Georgia College in Milledgeville, Ga. BIZ NEWS The Chamber has an app for that The Oviedo-Winter Springs Regional Chamber of Commerce recently released its My Chamber App for the iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry. The My Chamber App allows chamber members and the public to access information on OviedoWinter Springs happenings and cham ber progressions, previously unavailable except via the chamber website. Down load the app at the Apple App Store or MyChamberApp.com Send submissions to jandreasson@ turnstilemediagroup.com John NewellAssistant Vice President, Amber Hibdon-Bank Officer, and John Ackley Jr.-Senior Vice President The Board of Directors of the Citizens Bank of Florida announces the following promotions!Becky FunkeVice President, Gloria Dunmire-Vice President, Ixamarie Diaz-Assistant Vice President, Jessica Olson-Assistant Vice President Notes Fresh Fruit Vine Ripe Tomatoes Vegetables Thomas Produce110 Geneva Dr., Oviedo (Across from Ace Hardware) Get Healthy From the Inside Out! r fnrtbtrr rfntbrfnrtbtrr rf rfntb f Race to help PHOTO BY REBECCA MALES THE VOICE First Baptist Church of Oviedo hosted its 10th Annual Greater Oviedo 5k Race on Saturday, May 26. Visit SeminoleVoice.com for more photos from the event. P r e s e n t e d b y : T u e s d a y J u n e 2 6 5 9 P M F o r m o r e i n f o g o t o : E S R H o b N o b c o m Visit SeminoleVoice.com for the Pegs Banana Cream Supreme Pie recipe. Seminole State teacher wins pie prizes John Sunvold of Winter Springs, a speech communications teacher at Seminole State College, took Best of Show for his cream category entry, Pegs Banana Cream Supreme Pie, as well as rst place in the apple category for his The Apple of My Eye Pie at the 18th Annual APC/Cris co National Pie Championships held April 27-29 in Orlando. Sunvold won Best of Show in 2008 for his U.S. Route 1 Florida Key Lime with Maine Blueberries Pie. Sunvold created the pie based on a favorite dessert he enjoyed as a child and has worked on perfecting the recipe for three years. Since the ingredients make it a top-heavy pie and the graham cracker crust doesnt offer much support, I really had to work to perfect the recipe, Sunvold explained. Each year, my sister comes down from Chicago to compete with me. Last year, I entered this pie, but we ran out of room in the refrigerator so I never ended up submitting it, he recalled. My wife, Peg, scolded me for submitting other pies over this one, so I let her choose the name for this years entry, which is where Pegs Banana Cream Supreme comes from. Heal your hunger and help HOPE Three local businesses are donating a portion of their prots to HOPE Helps to help families in your community! Tijuana Flats: every third Tuesday of the month, 5-9 p.m. Locations: 1016 Lockwood Blvd., Oviedo or 160 Tuskawilla Blvd, Winter Springs Marcos Pizza: Every fourth Thursday of the month, 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Location: 1977 Alafaya Trail, Oviedo Menchies Frozen Yogurt: rst Tuesday of every Month, 5-9 p.m. Location: 220 Red Bug Lake Road, Suite 122, Oviedo *Be sure to tell the cashier you are eating for HOPE. Visit hope helps.org for more information.
Page 10 THIS WEEK in sports history June 10, 1979 Actor Paul Newman roars into second place in the 47th 24 Hours of Le Mans, the famous sports-car endurance race held annually in Le Mans, France. In 1969, Newman starred as a racecar driver in the movie Winning, performing many of the high-speed scenes himself without a stunt double. ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage ASSISTED LIVING RESIDENCE 395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765 407-977-8786ALF License No. 9235, 9308, 9307 www.slm.net/SCOviedo1 Signature property of Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo. MEMORY CARE RESIDENCEWhere hospitality is truly a way of life! Savannah Court and Cottage Located on a beautiful campus setting, our two Savannah Court communities provide full assisted living services while Savannah Cottage offers a secured residence for those with memory loss. You are always welcome at Savannah Court and Cottage of Oviedo www.savannahcourtoviedo.com395 Alafaya Woods Blvd., Oviedo, FL 32765407-977-8786 Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above! OF CENTRAL FLORIDA CELEBRATING OVER 25 YEARS SERVING YOUR COMMUNITYBernard S. Zeffren, MD Eugene F. Schwartz, MD Winnie Whidden, MSN, ARNP-CVoted Best Doctors of Central FL, Orlando Magazine for 7 consecutive yearsDiplomates American Board of Allergy and Immunology Evening Hours Available793 Douglas Ave. Altamonte Springs, FL 32714407-862-5824 2 locations in Seminole County7560 Ste. 2064 407-366-7387www.orlandoallergy.com Baseball: Chris Breen Winter Springs HS Boys Basketball: Ira Smith Hagerty HS Girls Basketball: Morgan Robinson Lyman HS Boys Bowling: Chandler Caragan Seminole HS Girls Bowling: Ember Miksa Oviedo HS Cheerleading: Kelly Greenwood Hagerty HS Boys Cross Country: Brian Anderson Lyman HS Girls Cross Country: Amy Ankli Hagerty HS Football, Defense: Tion Green Lake Brantley HS Football, Offense: Devon Dwyer Oviedo HS Boys Golf: Reed Berry Lake Brantley HS Girls Golf: Alessandra Kutz Lake Mary HS Boys Lacrosse: Dave Moore Lake Mary HS Girls Lacrosse: Kris Coppolino Winter Springs HS Boys Soccer: Louis Alejandro Checa Winter Springs HS Girls Soccer: Mikaela Renfro Hagerty HS Softball: Kiersten Coffman Winter Springs HS Boys Swim & Dive: Jason Coombs Hagerty HS Girls Swim & Dive: Shannon Potter Winter Springs HS Boys Tennis: Christo Koussev Lyman HS Girls Tennis: Lisa May Oviedo HS Boys Track: Otniel Teixeira Lake Brantley HS Girls Track: Abby Hani Lake Mary Prep Boys Volleyball: Patrick Mullen Lake Mary HS Girls Volleyball: Hazel Ortiz-Rosado Winter Springs HS Boys Water Polo: Justin Gray Oviedo HS Girls Water Polo: McKinlee Hand Hagerty HS Boys Weightlifting: Blake Caulder Lyman HS Girls Weightlifting: Julianne Bursee Lyman HS Wrestling: Eric ONeill Winter Springs HS Girls Club Sports Athlete: Maite Moscoso Lake Brantley HS Boys Scholar Athlete: Stephen Gibbs Lake Brantley HS Girls Scholar Athlete: Shelby Koos Crooms Academy Coach of the Year: Jeff Perez Winter Springs HS Athletic Director of the Year: Doug Peters Lake Mary HS www.brighthouse.com Congratulations to the 2012 Seminole County High School Bright House Sports Network Breakfast Of Champions Award Recipients A breakout season on the dia handled by Stony Brook in backgional Tournament June 3-4. of a deeper postseason. But that 10-5 score belied the pitching per still took the loss. jacks brought his longball total to but fell in double elimination. Batter up for Florida League hacks starting June 9 in the Flor ida Collegiate Summer League. longest-lived in the nine-year-old league of six teams. Both teams youll have to look fast. College stars heading for the majors tend to spend only a season in the FCSL. First round picks Corey draft after a year. Bichette played ner hails from the University of Coastal Carolina University-star Ted Blackman hit .425 last season Alex Mendez returns as a clutch it counts. He had one dinger all He hit .331 for the season. Leesburg at 7 p.m. Then on Sun burg for their home opener at 5 p.m. Knights out, but baseball goes on ISAAC BABCOCK The Voice PHOTO BY ISAAC BABCOCK THE VOICE The Dawgs and River Rats are back with more future MLB stars in Central Florida. Visit oridaleague.com for Florida Collegiate Summer League game schedules, stadium locations and player bios.
Page 11 THIS WEEK in political history June 17, 1972 Five of President Richard Nixons re-election employees are arrested for burglary in the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Complex in Washington, D.C. An investigation unveiled a scheme of political sabotage and espionage designed to discredit Democratic candidates. Heres what students at Geneva Elementary had to say about the book fair. I like mystery books and also adventure and fact books. This summer I will read my books. Ive always read at home. Im in the third grade now at Geneva Elementary. Chase I. 9 years old I will read books over the summer. I like books about bats and other animal books, like Hunters of the Night. I like the book fair because you can buy a lot of things. Andrew C. 7 years old I like Dr. Seuss and pony books. The Dr. Seuss books have silly things in them. Dr. Seuss ABC is my favorite. The book fair was fun. I saw friends here, got books and got my teacher a candy bar. Leah S. 6 years old I like princess and Barbie books. This is my second book fair. I like reading books, and the ones where Barbie has adventures. I read a lot at home. I have a rainbow pointer. Soffia B. 5 years old I like books with baby kittens and puppies. I also love the book Alice in Wonderland. I love the book fair and the big horse display. I like to read, and I do read at home. Lillian A. 7 years old With the end of our most productive Florida food gardeners take a break dur ing the stressful summer conditions and start perusing seed catalogs. Unlike our iconic image of seed catalogs splayed across not apply to us. We must tions such as the beach and almost any air-con ditioned diversion to re search next seasons crop opportunities. Advances in genetic and sustainable technologies traditional seed choices. It can become a acceptable seed options for planting to our (GMO) are seed types bred by transferring unrelated species. This recombinant Frankenstein DNA in the seed stock cre a variety of unintended consequences agribusiness corporations do not translate Another unacceptable choice is those seeds that are chemically treated. These fungicides to extend storage capabilities. There is a discernable quantity of poison in a packet of these pretty kernels. A frequent question to cross my or organically bred seed. Conventional our gardens for the previous century. Albeit the practices to produce this crop of seeds may have used chemical fertil a minimum volume of synthetic additives by our forbearers should not be forsaken erations of breeding using organic meth say crops bred using conventional meth high percentage of kids had not received portion of the test. This quickly brought my sons eighth-grade teacher let all the trated on spelling and grammar for the seeker? If you are sending out cover let not a focus. I cant speak for all teachers you didnt get it right. I recently started applications I am getting are actually really impressive as far as skills and ex perience. What is not as impressive is the comes to performing the job I am asking them to do. Spell check and read aloud your resumes. It is also important to be profes sional in your email correspondence 17-year-old daughter reminding me that and do not include numbers. Grammar will always matter Sandi Vidal is the executive director for Christian HELP and the Central Florida Employment Council, with more than 10 years of recruiting and human resources experience. Please send questions about employment by fax 407-260-2949 sandi@ christianhelp.org or mail Ask Sandi C/O Christian HELP, 450 Seminola Blvd., Casselberry, FL 32707. TALK T O SANDI > EMPLOYMENT Ask Sandi Tom Carey From my garden to yours Making those seedy choices Pick the perfect varieties King Features Weekly ServiceJune 4, 2012 King Features Weekly ServiceJune 4, 2012
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