12 x March 2 - 15, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com Choose Care Close to Home. Choose Orlando Health. NOW OPEN: ORLANDO HEALTH MEDICAL PAVILION — SPRING LAKE The new Orlando Health Medical Pavilion — Spring Lake offers residents of Dr. Phillips, Windermere and Bay Hill, Florida, a convenient, one-stop location for comprehensive healthcare close to home. Services include: • Cardiology • Diagnostic Imaging • Laboratory Services • Family Medicine • General Surgery • Infectious Diseases • Maternal Fetal Medicine • Obstetrics and Gynecology • Orthopedics and Sports Medicine • Pediatric Medicine • Pediatric Gastroenterology • Podiatry • Pulmonary • Urology • Women’s Imaging Center 7243 Della Drive Orlando, FL 32819 To learn more, visit OrlandoHealth.com/SpringLake. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 as part of a Rotary Group Study Exchange Program five years ago. Turnburry residents Art (far right) and Karen Brown (far left) visit Karen’s lifelong pen pal, Robyn Chrystal (second from left), and Robyn’s husband, Laurie, in New Zealand. The trip-of-a-lifetime was even more extra-special, because it was postponed last year when Karen had to undergo chemotherapy. n Turtle Creek ©Brion Price Victor Pantoja Jr. and his wife, Dr. Francelis Gonzalez, of Turtle Creek dress to the nines for the St. Jude Orlando Gala. Turtle Creek residents Victor Pantoja Jr. and Dr. Francelis Gonzalez attended the St. Jude Orlando Gala. The elegant affair was held at the Four Seasons Hotel and included a silent auction, dinner and entertainment. The gala raised funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which treats pediatric patients who have been diagnosed with various types of cancer. n Et Al Congratulations to the following Southwest-area residents on their recent academic achievements: • Southwest residents who made their schools' dean's lists for the 2016 fall semester include Columbia College students Lantz Belizaire of Windermere; Dave Gibson of MetroWest; David Graydon, Sheryl Kilpatrick and Wilda Schoeppler of Ocoee; and Margaret Palmer of Winter Garden; Nicole Borah of Windermere and Jamie Moran of Celebration, Saint Mary’s College; Windermere residents Abigail Brady and Madeline Sundberg, Samford University; Wendi Coheley of Winter Garden, Buena Vista University; Kelly D’Andrea of Winter Garden and Delaney O’Connor of Celebration, Emmanuel College; and Jarius English-Mcmillan of Dr. Phillips, Coastal Carolina University. • Recent graduates from Florida Gulf Coast University include Tomas Cerda of Dr. Phillips, Bachelor of Arts from the College of Arts and Sciences; Courtney Comer of Dr. Phillips, Bachelor of Science from the Lutgert College of Business; and Kevin Ho-Yen of MetroWest, Bachelor of Science from the Lutgert College of Business.
• Celebration resident Alexandria Hall was named to Fort Hays State University’s dean’s honor roll. • Winter Garden resident Douglas Heinkel graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor of Science in game design and development. • Alyssa Kidwell of Winter Garden was named to the president’s list at James Madison University. • Ocoee resident Elina Moon made the president’s honor roll at Oklahoma City University. • Michael Morrissey of Winter Garden was named to the president’s honor roll at Bismarck State College. West Orange Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership West Orange program 2016-17 Class, The West Orange Crushers, completed Education Day. They visited Dr. Phillips High School with Pam Gould, a Southwest resident and school board member of Orange County Public Schools, and toured Orange Technical College — Westside Campus; Valencia College’s aquaponics farm at the Roper Garden Building; and Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy, a www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x March 2 - 15, 2017 x 13 Photo courtesy of WOCC Pam Gould (far left), a Southwest resident and school board member of Orange County Public Schools, leads a tour of Dr. Phillips High School for West Orange Chamber of Commerce Leadership West Orange program members (l. to r.) Luisio Garcia, Jenna Emerson, Nina Sayad, Yilda Casanova, Lee O’Donnell, Jon Nobles, Jamie June, Kerry-Ann Farrow, Heather McClellan, Wendell Hines, Tyler Stover, Trish Eakin, Ryan Smith, Sandi Ballaron and Fran DiFede. part of the School of Film and Digital Media at the University of Central Florida. WOCC builds partnerships, strong businesses and commitment to the community by serving as the leading business advocate in Central Florida, facilitating opportunity to nearly 1,000 member businesses. For more information, call 407-656-1304 or visit wochamber.com. CONTINUED ON PAGE 15 call today for a free estimate Residential interior & exterior painting Licensed & Insured Michael Nevius / owner/operator See more of Dr. Phillips Painting by logging onto facebook! 407-235-5388 • mikeInevius@aol.com 3/31/17 3/31/17 3/31/17 3/31/17