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36 x February 2 - 15, 2017 x CONTINUED FROM PAGE 35 eight days. To nominate a school nurse, visit on the web. Greg Gordon and his daughter, Essie, attend Dads and Donuts at Christ The King Lutheran PreSchool. Sean Hartman and his son, Liam, attend Dads and Donuts at Christ The King Lutheran PreSchool. Christ The King Lutheran PreSchool held a Dads and Donuts event. While eating doughnuts, participating children decorated a picture frame with their fathers. Everyone enjoyed the quality time of learning together. Keeyon Upkins and his son, Ashton, attend Dads and Donuts at Christ The King Lutheran PreSchool. Although we try to ensure that all information presented above is the most current, correct and dependable available, we do rely on others for the source of our news. Therefore, the Southwest Orlando Bulletin and Kearney Publishing Corp. cannot be held responsible for the validity of the information presented here, nor does mentioning it constitute an endorsement. School News is welcome and may be mailed to P.O. Box 851, Windermere, FL 34786; or emailed to ª Boat Upholstery for Less! After Pressure Washing & Paver Sealing Before As easy as 1 2 3 Call today! Purrrrrrr-fect fit for your boat AND budget! SM ALL EXTERIOR HOME CLEANING RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PATIOS & SIDEWALKS POOL DECKS DRIVEWAYS IMPERIAL OUTDOOR SERVICES CALL TODAY! 321-947-2541 Free Estimates

Jay Welsh kicks off another season as head coach of the Winter Garden Squeeze. Florida League officials announced head coaches for the 2017 baseball season. The mission of Florida League is to help college athletes hone their skills on the diamond and gain valuable exposure to professional scouts before heading back to school in the fall. A key component to player growth is the leadership and ability of the head coach. The Winter Garden Squeeze will welcome back head coach Jay Welsh to his third year coaching the team, second year as head coach. x February 2 - 15, 2017 x 37 SOUTHWEST SPORTS compiled by Lauren Salinero “I love being a part of each player’s baseball dreams,” coach Welsh said. “It may be a small part, but whether it is to go from a Juco to a D1, be a starter on their college team, or get drafted — I love playing a role in it. Last year, I had three players without scholarships play their way into money. That’s a great feeling. Our players are role models to the young ball players in the community. I believe this is where we make our biggest impression. It is fun to see the youngsters’ faces light up during camps or when they take the field with the team. I love the competition, being a part of the camaraderie among the players, and building relationships.” CONTINUED ON PAGE 38

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