34 x April 20 - May 3, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com CONTINUED FROM PAGE 32 and passionate team of staff and board members that prides itself on excellence.” For more information, call 407-809-4411 or visit www. westorangehabitat.org. n Groundbreaking for Deputy Scott Pine Community Park Southwest resident and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs and District 1 Commissioner Betsy VanderLey invite residents to attend the groundbreaking of the Deputy Scott Pine Community Park. The ceremony will take place May 10 at 4 p.m. at 17199 Ficquette Road in Windermere. Orange County Sheriff Deputy Jonathan “Scott” Pine died in the line of duty in 2014. The Invest program allots $20 million for the development of new parks or the improvement of existing parks and facilities. The budgeted amount for development of the 19.5-acre park is $2.5 million. It will include two multipurpose fields, one for mulitpurpose use and the other for the new Windermere High School football stadium. For more information, visit www. orangecountyparks.net. n In support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society John Scolaro, a Realtor and resident of Dr. Phillips, is participating in the Gran Fondo New York 100-mile cycling event May 21 to raise funds and awareness for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. He has been training for the ride since the beginning of the year and has partnered with local businesses that have agreed to donate to the cause. Café de Paris will donate $1 for every bag of coffee or box of K-Cups purchased online or at the restaurant. Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza will donate 20 percent Café de Paris proprietor Pierre Wolff (left) donates $1 for every bag of coffee or box of K-Cups sold in support of John Scolaro’s campaign to raise funds for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. of tracked dine-in and takeout sales every Tuesday in May. The LLS is the largest voluntary health organization specifically focused on finding cures and better treatments for blood cancer patients. With the scope and scale to fund many projects at the same time, LLS supports hundreds of cancer scientists around the world. Its mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life for patients and their families. For more information or to support Scolaro’s efforts, visit his fundraising page at pages.teamintraining.org/ ncfl/granfndny17/jscolaro. BUSINESS BRIEFS West Orange Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Orlando Advance Chiropractic in MetroWest. WOCC builds partnerships, strong businesses and commitment to the Again!
www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x April 20 - May 3, 2017 x 35 For more information, visit orlandoballet.org. community by serving as the leading business advocate in Central Florida, facilitating opportunity to nearly 1,000 member businesses. For more information about WOCC, call 407-656-1304 or visit wochamber.com. Orlando Ballet School students competed at the American Dance Competition in St. Petersburg, where several of the participants placed well in their divisions. Most notably, Angelina Broad won a gold medal in the Junior Classical Female Division. She was also the highest-scoring Photo courtesy of Cannonfire Photography West Orange Chamber of Commerce members celebrate the opening of Orlando Advance Chiropractic in MetroWest. classical soloist from both male and female divisions, and she earned fourth place in the Junior Contemporary Female Division. Jolie Rose Lombardo won a gold medal in the Junior Contemporary Female Division and a bronze medal in the Junior Classical Female Division. SeaWorld Orlando is currently hosting its Seven Seas Food Festival. Guests set sail on a taste adventure to sip and sample their way through international street food traditions, including Caribbean, Mediterranean, Brazilian and Polynesian flavors. It announced the festival food will be available daily, as well as live performances every Saturday from top country, rock and Latin music artists through May 13. To purchase reserved seating in advance, visit www.seaworldorlando.com/ sevenseas. Winners of the Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s 2017 Best of Southwest contest received plaques to display at their places of business. Among CONTINUED ON PAGE 36 Coal Fired. Award Winning. Delicious. Known for its high-energy atmosphere and simple menu, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza serves everything fresh, daily. Dine In. Take Out. Catering. Taste for yourself at 8031 Turkey Lake Rd | Sand Lake | 407.363.9466 | www.acfp.com