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4 x December 1 - 14, 2016 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com TABLE OF CONTENTS FOODIE FOR THOUGHT .....................................................................5 As Easy as Pie! BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT ........................................................................8 No Place Does it Better Than Mango's / Mango's Tropical Café BUSINESS PROFILE .............................................................................9 Keeping Up With Women's Health Care / UroGyn Specialists of Florida IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ..............................................................10 2016 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE ..............................................................15 SOUTHWEST SOCIAL SEEN ..............................................................30 Dr. Phillips High School's Class of 1996 Reunion SOUTHWEST SPORTS .......................................................................33 STATEPOINT HOLIDAY MOVIES CROSSWORD PUZZLE ........................36 SCHOOL NEWS ..............................................................................37 SOUTHWEST SOCIAL SEEN ..............................................................42 A Taste of Dr. Phillips COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD ........................................................44 SOUTHWEST SERVICE DIRECTORY ....................................................48 PRESIDENT Clay Kearney Dec. 1, 2016 Vol. XXXI, No. 3 VICE PRESIDENT Brenda Kearney VICE PRESIDENT SALES & OPERATIONS Donna Wolk MANAGING EDITOR Lisa Sagers PRODUCTION MANAGER Dave Carolan P.O. Box 851 Windermere, FL 34786 407-351-1573 www.southwestorlandobulletin.com The Southwest Orlando Bulletin is published semimonthly by Kearney Publishing Corp. No material may be reproduced without written permission. Subscriptions are available in the U.S. and Puerto Rico for $25.56 per year and in Canada for $31.80 per year. For foreign surface mailing, add $20 per year. Neither the publishers nor the advertisers are responsible or liable for typographical errors, misinformation, misprints, etc., unintentionally contained herein. All letters received become the property of Kearney Publishing Corp. and may be reproduced and edited without consent. ©2016/KEARNEY PUBLISHING CORPORATION EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Lauren Salinero CIRCULATION Robert Barlow ADMINISTRATION Michelle Moniz SOCIAL AMBASSADOR Lauren Bocken CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Kirsten Harrington, Karen Nimetz MARKETING CONSULTANTS Diana Chastain (407) 376-6959 diana@kearneypublishing.com Madeline DeVito (407) 351-1573, option 1 mdevito@kearneypublishing.com Lindsay Richardson (407) 351-1573, option 2 lindsay@kearneypublishing.com

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