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THAT’S MY DAD PHOTO CONTEST ... PAGE 11<br />

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FOODIE FOR THOUGHT .................................................................... 5<br />

Delicious Ways to Celebrate Father's Day<br />

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Arnold Palmer<br />

THE MAN ISSUE .............................................................................. 10<br />

THAT'S MY DAD! PHOTO CONTEST ................................................. 11<br />

SOUTHWEST SEEN ......................................................................... 18<br />

Windermere Mayor's Earth Day Cleanup Event<br />

NOTEWORTHY NEWS .................................................................... 20<br />

Places of Tribute & Hope<br />

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Instead of taking Dad out for<br />

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home. Slow down and take a break<br />

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Fun With Fondue<br />

Dust off that fondue pot or wrap<br />

one up for Dad. Heat a pot of oil or<br />

broth, set out dishes of cubed steak,<br />

shrimp, veggies and sauces for dipping,<br />

and gather the family to linger<br />

over a special meal. Also opt for a<br />

classic cheese fondue with veggies<br />

and bread for dipping, or treat dad<br />

to a decadent chocolate fondue with<br />

fruit, angel food cake, marshmallows<br />

and graham crackers.<br />

THOUGHT<br />

Delicious Ways to Celebrate Father’s Day<br />

From Sweet Sundaes to Festive Fondue!<br />

by Kirsten Harrington<br />

raspberries, chopped nuts, grated<br />

coconut, sprinkles, candy pieces,<br />

mini-marshmallows and a splash of<br />

coffee- or chocolate-flavored liqueur<br />

for Dad!<br />

Gourmet Grilled Cheese<br />

Even big kids love grilled cheese.<br />

Spend time with Dad assembling<br />

a melted masterpiece with Gouda,<br />

pepper jack, goat cheese or havarti<br />

and gourmet fillings like cooked bacon,<br />

apple slices, fresh herbs, ham<br />

and turkey slices, fresh tomatoes, jalapeños,<br />

olives and pickles. Spread<br />

on some spicy mustard, sweet fig<br />

jam or basil pesto, and grill to perfection.<br />

Experiment with marble rye,<br />

sourdough and Italian herb breads,<br />

and don’t forget the butter for the<br />

perfect golden crust.<br />

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Happy Hour<br />

Take time to relax and chill with a<br />

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Make some loaded nachos and<br />

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popcorn, pick up a container of<br />

chicken wings, and pass the chips.<br />

Miniature roast beef sliders, assorted<br />

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Personal Pizzas<br />

Even little hands can help with this<br />

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rotisserie chicken, or go Mexicanstyle<br />

with refried beans, enchilada<br />

sauce and taco meat. You can even<br />

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dessert! (See recipe on next page.)<br />

Burger Bar<br />

Start with classic beef or veggie,<br />

turkey or salmon patties, and add<br />

some savory condiments to make<br />

these burgers sizzle. Try cranberry<br />

sauce and brie on a turkey burger or<br />

pineapple slices and curry mayo on<br />

a salmon burger. Stuff a beef patty<br />

with Gorgonzola and top with grilled<br />

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apples, or serve lamb patties stuffed<br />

in pita bread with mango chutney and<br />

fresh mint. Get creative. Who knows —<br />

you and Dad might just discover a new<br />

favorite!<br />

Crunchy Cheese Tortellini<br />

These crunchy, cheesy appetizers<br />

are so easy to make, even the little<br />

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Ingredients:<br />

1 pound fresh or defrosted cheese<br />

tortellini<br />

1 egg<br />

2 tablespoons milk<br />

1 cup Italian-seasoned panko<br />

or breadcrumbs<br />

Olive oil spray<br />

Marinara or pizza sauce for<br />

dipping<br />

Directions:<br />

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Line<br />

baking sheet with aluminum foil. Beat<br />

Cinnamon Roll Pizza can be prepared as a dessert or breakfast.<br />

egg and milk in medium bowl. Place<br />

breadcrumbs in gallon-sized zipclose<br />

bag and crush lightly. Place tortellini<br />

into egg mixture to coat well,<br />

and then drain in a colander. Place<br />

into bag with breadcrumbs, close<br />

the bag and shake to coat tortellini.<br />

Pour onto prepared pan, and spray<br />

lightly with olive oil spray. Bake for<br />

20 minutes or until crumbs are crisp.<br />

For browner tortellini, turn on broiler<br />

for 1 minute, watching closely so<br />

they don’t burn. Serve with marinara<br />

or pizza sauce.<br />

Cinnamon Roll Pizza<br />

Surprise Dad with this unusual<br />

treat for dessert or even breakfast.<br />

Buy prepared pizza dough for one<br />

crust. Roll out dough and place on<br />

lightly greased pizza pan. Let dough<br />

rest for 10 minutes.<br />

Meanwhile, mix the cinnamon<br />

sugar spread:<br />

1/2 cup butter, softened<br />

1/2 cup brown sugar<br />

1/2 cup old fashioned oats<br />

3 teaspoons cinnamon<br />

Spread over pizza dough and<br />

bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes.<br />

Remove from oven. Let it cool<br />

for 10 minutes.<br />

Prepare the cream cheese glaze:<br />

4 tablespoons unsalted butter<br />

2 ounces of cream cheese,<br />

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3/4 cup powdered sugar<br />

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract<br />

Beat together butter and cream<br />

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What is a<br />

Court Appointed<br />

Guardian?<br />

By Kristen M. Jackson<br />

Attorney<br />

Martha, a 75 year old widow, fell in her own home and was unable<br />

to get up. Two days later, Martha’s next door neighbor happened to hear<br />

yelling and crying coming from Martha’s home. The neighbor peered in<br />

through a window and saw Martha lying on the floor in an incapacitated<br />

state. Realizing she needed immediate help, the neighbor called 911. The<br />

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the hospital emergency room. Martha was diagnosed with a broken hip.<br />

From that point Martha’s well being took a downward spiral. Martha’s<br />

doctor learned that she lived alone and was partially blind. Although she had<br />

all of her mental faculties, following a hip operation she would need physical<br />

therapy. Martha said she had no living care documents and no living relatives<br />

with whom she maintained a close relationship other than a granddaughter.<br />

After several unsuccessful attempts to contact the granddaughter the doctor<br />

contacted the Department of Children and Families (DCF). Because<br />

Martha was unable to care for herself, DCF petitioned the court to appoint<br />

a Professional Guardian for Martha. Once a Guardian was appointed,<br />

Martha’s life dramatically changed.<br />

After visiting Martha’s home and witnessing complete disarray,<br />

such as filthy dishes, spoiled food, unattended cats, cat feces throughout<br />

the home, and much more, the Guardian having authority over Martha’s<br />

health and financial well being, reported to the court that Martha should not<br />

return home and placed in an assisted living facility.<br />

Martha argued to the court she wanted to go home and not to be<br />

placed in an assisted living facility as suggested by her Court Appointed<br />

Guardian. Even though Martha had all of her mental faculties, the court<br />

sided with the Guardian stating that because of Martha’s physical disability,<br />

partial blindness and the condition of her home Martha should be placed in<br />

an assisted living without any hope of ever returning home.<br />

In order to pay for Martha’s living expenses or subsequent costs<br />

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liquidated her bank accounts and set up a trust account to pay for the<br />

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Could Martha have avoided the need for a Court Appointed<br />

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On Sept. 25, 2016, the world lost<br />

a golf legend and Central Florida<br />

lost a community champion.<br />

Arnold Palmer’s celebrated<br />

golf career saw seven major titles,<br />

including four Masters Tournament<br />

championships, 62 PGA Tour wins,<br />

95 professional victories, 26 amateur<br />

victories, 10 Champions Tour<br />

victories, and six Ryder Cup appearances<br />

and World Cup appearances,<br />

respectively, until his retirement on<br />

Oct. 13, 2006. He then served as<br />

an honorary starter for the Masters.<br />

His unique style of golf garnered<br />

a legion of fans, known as Arnie’s<br />

Army, and the famous nickname<br />

“The King.”<br />

Born Sept. 10, 1929, in Latrobe,<br />

Pennsylvania, Arnold first acquired<br />

his driving ambition to play the game<br />

of golf from his father, Milfred<br />

“Deacon” Palmer, who was the<br />

head professional and superintendent<br />

at Latrobe Country Club.<br />

Arnold would later attend college<br />

on a golf scholarship before serving<br />

in the U.S. Coast Guard for three<br />

years. He continued to play golf<br />

throughout, and, in 1954, after significant<br />

amateur success, he decided<br />

to turn pro. His decision would alter<br />

the course of golf history.<br />

Golf Legend<br />

“It is literally impossible to describe<br />

his impact on golf,” said Suzann<br />

Pettersen, a professional golfer. “It<br />

is impossible to put into words what<br />

he’s given to the game. His greatness<br />

was just enormous. I’m very fortunate<br />

I was able to spend some time getting<br />

to know him. There was always<br />

something to pick up and learn.”<br />

Pettersen also sought Arnold’s<br />

advice regarding his successful<br />

golf-related business career, which<br />

included Arnold Palmer’s Bay<br />

Hill Club & Lodge, where she’s<br />

been a member since she moved to<br />

Orlando in 2003. She was elated<br />

at his friendliness and readiness to<br />

share his knowledge.<br />

“I wanted to ask him about sports<br />

management, as I was looking to<br />

start a business,” she said. “Two<br />

hours later, he told me the whole<br />

story. He took the time. I expected<br />

two minutes, and he gave me two<br />

hours. He gave me all the stuff you<br />

can’t read in a book. Those kinds of<br />

moments are priceless, literally.”<br />

Throughout those years, Arnold<br />

sent Pettersen several personal letters<br />

offering continued advice, encouragement<br />

and even humor.<br />

“Every time a letter came in the<br />

mail, I was ecstatic,” she said. “And<br />

there was a story behind every letter.<br />

I have maybe 12 to 13 letters framed<br />

in my office. They are all great memories.<br />

Sometimes they gave me a<br />

laugh. It was a very professional<br />

touch, a very unique thing to do. He<br />

[wrote letters] for other players, as<br />

well. He was a great man to know.<br />

“And he was always super generous<br />

and humble,” she added. “He<br />

cared. He had this aura, you could<br />

feel it. You felt like you were the only<br />

one in the world talking to him.”<br />

Marci Doyle, Arnold Palmer<br />

Invitational’s chief operating officer<br />

and tournament director, recalled<br />

Arnold’s jovial demeanor.<br />

“If you didn’t see him coming,<br />

you’d hear him whistling or saying<br />

FEATURE<br />

Arnold Palmer<br />

King of Golf, King of Hearts<br />

by Karen V. Contino<br />

‘Hello, how you doing?’ down the<br />

hall,” she said. “He was very jolly.<br />

“He’s everything you’ve<br />

heard and more,” she added.<br />

“He was a kind, giving<br />

person. And he was humble.<br />

It’s an honor to continue<br />

his legacy — a legacy<br />

that will live well past his<br />

years.”<br />

After Arnold passed,<br />

Doyle and her team worked<br />

diligently to keep the<br />

Arnold Palmer Invitational<br />

one of the top events on<br />

the PGA Tour, while paying<br />

tribute to Palmer. With<br />

a focus on new traditions,<br />

such as an Arnie cardigan<br />

awarded to the champion<br />

and tributes to Palmer during<br />

the opening ceremony,<br />

the tournament will continue<br />

to thrive.<br />

“Our team’s biggest objective<br />

was honoring him without being<br />

too flashy,” she said. “He didn’t<br />

like to be put on a pedestal. It was<br />

finding the right balance.”<br />

Sam Saunders (front), Arnold Palmer’s grandson, leads fellow PGA Tour players in a<br />

ceremonial opening shot to honor his late grandfather and officially kick off the 2017 Arnold<br />

Palmer Invitational.<br />

This year’s tournament featured a<br />

new opening ceremony and a host<br />

committee that included professional<br />

golfers Peter Jacobsen, Graeme<br />

McDowell, Annika Sörenstam,<br />

Curtis Strange and the first U.S.<br />

Secretary of Homeland Security<br />

Tom Ridge. They also placed<br />

Arnold’s golf cart, unoccupied, in his<br />

favorite place to watch the play.<br />

As a tribute to the late Arnold Palmer, his golf cart<br />

is placed in his favorite watching spot during the 2017<br />

Arnold Palmer Invitational.<br />

“It was his spot,” Doyle said. “He<br />

would sit there and watch. He was<br />

the only one that could drive right<br />

up on the 16 tee box, and everyone,<br />

even all the players, loved it. He was<br />

magnanimous.”<br />

Bay Hill<br />

Arnold fell in love with the Bay<br />

Hill area after playing nearby in<br />

golf tournaments. He purchased<br />

the Bay Hill Club & Lodge in 1974,<br />

and it quickly became a PGA<br />

Tour stop.<br />

“He had come down to play the<br />

Citrus Open several times, and he<br />

realized he loved the area here,”<br />

Doyle said. “He went up in a helicopter<br />

around the Isleworth and<br />

Bay Hill area and said, ‘That’s<br />

what I want.’ He saw all the citrus<br />

groves and got the feel of the<br />

area, and he purchased it. He<br />

had a major connection from the<br />

beginning.”


Arnold Palmer<br />

Medical Center<br />

In the early 1980s, Arnold’s connection<br />

to Central Florida would<br />

forever change the course of health<br />

care for children, women and families.<br />

He and his wife, Winnie,<br />

were invited to tour the Orlando<br />

Regional Medical Center with<br />

John Bozard, then the CFO of<br />

Orlando Regional Healthcare<br />

System, and neonatologist<br />

Gregor Alexander, M.D. The<br />

couple witnessed firsthand the busy<br />

neonatal and pediatric intensive<br />

care unit areas.<br />

(L. to r.) Gregor Alexander, M.D., and Arnold and Winnie<br />

Palmer discuss the health care services at Orlando Regional<br />

Medical Center, prior to the couple becoming involved in the<br />

openings of Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and<br />

Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies.<br />

“At the end of the tour, we asked<br />

him, ‘What did you think?’” said<br />

Bozard, now the president of the<br />

Arnold Palmer Medical Center<br />

Foundation. “He said, ‘Well I<br />

think you’re doing great work here,<br />

but I think we could do better for our<br />

kids.’ The rest is history, so to speak.”<br />

“’We can do better,’ that was his<br />

motto,” Doyle said. “He was always<br />

working to make things better.”<br />

On Arnold’s 60th birthday, he<br />

helped to officially open Orlando’s<br />

first hospital dedicated to women<br />

and children — Arnold Palmer<br />

Hospital for Children. In 2006,<br />

Winnie Palmer Hospital for<br />

Women & Babies opened just<br />

across the street.<br />

Dr. Alexander, a neonatologist<br />

at Winnie Palmer Hospital and its<br />

NICU’s namesake, recalled that he<br />

was swiftly impressed with Arnold.<br />

“I quickly learned he was generous,<br />

caring, compassionate and<br />

committed,” he said.<br />

Arnold’s follow-through was equally<br />

impressive, Bozard said. He was<br />

known to visit the hospitals, offering<br />

comfort and encouragement to the<br />

patients and staff.<br />

“On one visit, he went to see a<br />

little boy who had just had open<br />

heart surgery and was really down,<br />

really depressed,” Bozard said.<br />

“[Arnold] walked in and said, ‘Do<br />

you know who I am?’ And the boy<br />

responded, ‘No.’ He said, ‘This hospital<br />

has my name<br />

on it’. And they began<br />

chatting. Soon<br />

the boy's [food]<br />

tray came, and he<br />

started eating. The<br />

nurse came in and<br />

said, ‘Oh my gosh,<br />

he hasn’t eaten in<br />

two days.’ He just<br />

had this way about<br />

him.”<br />

Legacy<br />

Arnold tirelessly<br />

ensured that the<br />

medical center<br />

would continue to<br />

flourish with The<br />

Arnold Palmer<br />

Invitational and the Arnold Palmer<br />

Medical Center Foundation as benefactors.<br />

Future plans for the hospital<br />

include a new patient wing expansion,<br />

programs, neuroscience area,<br />

heart surgery and pediatric oncology<br />

area.<br />

“While his claim to fame was his<br />

legendary talent and his fresh and<br />

exciting approach to the game of<br />

golf, which captivated the attention<br />

of millions of people, Arnold’s mark<br />

on this world was so much more,”<br />

Bozard wrote in a letter published<br />

by the Orlando Health Foundation.<br />

“I am sure that history will be kind to<br />

Arnold for the incredible impact he<br />

had on that sport, but I believe all of it<br />

will pale in comparison to the impact<br />

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that his generosity has made on the<br />

lives and well-being of children and<br />

families throughout Central Florida<br />

— and even the world. His commitment<br />

to help us make his hospital<br />

the best it could be never wavered.<br />

Through the years, I asked him for his<br />

help in so many different ways, and<br />

never did he turn down any request<br />

ever made of him. He always gave<br />

far more than was expected.”<br />

“Arnold Palmer is a legend in our<br />

family,” one patient family wrote in<br />

an Orlando Health Foundation newsletter.<br />

“He and his wife, Winnie, built<br />

the hospital that saved our Sydney’s<br />

life, not once, but two times. I can<br />

never thank them enough, and if there<br />

is a heaven, Mr. Palmer certainly belongs<br />

there. Thank you, sir, and rest<br />

in peace. You did great work here.”<br />

“Thank you, Mr. Palmer,” another<br />

family wrote. “Your kindness and<br />

generosity will live on in the lives of<br />

the children and families you helped,<br />

including the lifesaving tools which<br />

saved our son, Hunter.”<br />

“Arnold was the driving force for<br />

the success of the medical center,”<br />

Dr. Alexander agreed. “We would<br />

not have been able to have the<br />

growth and build without Arnold<br />

Palmer. He gave us the power to be<br />

able to provide outstanding health<br />

care to babies, children and women.<br />

And we can praise him every single<br />

day of our [lives]. He may have been<br />

the King of Golf to the world, but to<br />

us, he was the King of Hearts. And<br />

that’s how we will remember him."<br />

Pettersen was also inspired by<br />

Arnold’s performance outside of golf.<br />

“He was a legend on and off the<br />

golf course,” she said. “The impact<br />

Most<br />

Insurances<br />

Accepted<br />

he made here in Orlando, his generous<br />

and unique legacy, will live<br />

long because of his work and effort.<br />

He was an example for all<br />

of us in golf for what we can do<br />

today.”<br />

Arnie’s Army<br />

Today, Arnie’s Army has taken on<br />

a new purpose to continue Arnold’s<br />

goal to “do better.”<br />

“We have been charged with carrying<br />

his legacy and all he did, doing<br />

good things for people and giving<br />

back,” said Kevin Bingham, chief<br />

executive officer of the Arnie’s Army<br />

Charitable Foundation.<br />

Formed in 2015, Arnie’s Army<br />

Charitable Foundation was entrusted<br />

to continue Arnold Palmer’s legacy<br />

of philanthropy, including financial<br />

support to institutions and organizations<br />

that support the well-being and<br />

development of children and youth,<br />

support health and wellness initiatives,<br />

and strengthen communities<br />

and the environment.<br />

Arnie’s Army will continue to support<br />

Arnold Palmer Medical Center,<br />

as well as the Winnie Palmer Nature<br />

Reserve in Pennsylvania.<br />

“Arnold Palmer made friends all<br />

across this nation,” Bingham said.<br />

“As a result, our charge is to take our<br />

message to the masses of people<br />

who belong to his army. This makes<br />

us a nationally focused philanthropic<br />

organization. We plan to carry the<br />

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The Man Issue<br />

The men in our lives hold a special<br />

place in our hearts. They’re the bugkillers,<br />

high-shelf reachers, human<br />

pillows and monster-under-the-bed<br />

checkers. But that doesn’t mean men<br />

don’t need pampering, too. This section<br />

is all about the men and how to<br />

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gift certificate to Massage Envy is<br />

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Massage Envy in Dr. Phillips is located<br />

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Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza,<br />

located at 8031 Turkey Lake Road in<br />

Orlando, not only offers guests the<br />

signature taste of “well done” coalfired<br />

pizzas and their favorite Italian<br />

soul food; there’s also a large selection<br />

of cold craft beers. Anthony’s<br />

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to explore the hottest craft beer<br />

selection in town. For more information,<br />

call 407-363-9466 or visit<br />

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Most men tend to put off going<br />

to the doctor. However, as an experienced<br />

urologist with Florida<br />

Urology Associates, Cletus R.<br />

Georges, M.D., FACS, encourges<br />

his male patients to make regular<br />

doctor visits for two important<br />

reasons. First, many urological disorders<br />

can arise in men as they age, including<br />

incontinence, kidney stones,<br />

prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction.<br />

Regular screenings ensure early<br />

detection and treatment. Also, “well<br />

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any lingering health concerns patients<br />

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So, ask away — and feel better! For<br />

more information, call 407-614-0528<br />

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Take the time to help him stop and<br />

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Dr. Phillips to pick up the gift of<br />

relaxation and rejuvenation for your<br />

favorite guy. From signature Swedish<br />

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Nick’s Barbershop is an oldtime<br />

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hot towel shaves and men’s, boys’<br />

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For more information and to schedule<br />

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V’s Barbershop aims to defy industry<br />

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That’s My<br />

DAD!<br />

William Shakespeare once wrote,<br />

“It is a wise father that knows his<br />

own child.” When Southwest<br />

fathers are not busy being<br />

all-around superheroes for their<br />

families, they are busy becoming<br />

experts on their children. From<br />

favorite toys to secret sayings,<br />

good dads share a bond with<br />

their children like no other. And<br />

the fathers in Southwest Orlando<br />

Bulletin’s milestone 24th annual<br />

That’s My Dad! photo contest are<br />

no exception.<br />

This annual photo album,<br />

dedicated to Southwest Orlando<br />

dads, is one way to say thanks for<br />

all the time spent on learning the<br />

ins and outs of fatherhood, and to<br />

show our local dads that they are<br />

loved and appreciated every<br />

day.<br />

The staff of the Southwest Orlando<br />

Bulletin wishes a hearty happy<br />

Father’s Day to all Southwest<br />

dads!<br />

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LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON — Son Nolan follows the footsteps of Winter Garden dad<br />

Matthew Tercsak.


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GO TEAM,<br />

GO! — Silver<br />

Woods dad<br />

Paul Kelly<br />

has a ball with<br />

son Thomas.<br />

BABES &<br />

HARLEYS<br />

— Southwest<br />

dad Ryan<br />

Hughes<br />

cherishes the<br />

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daughter<br />

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ON PAGE 14<br />

THE<br />

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GOT FISH? — Stoneybrook West<br />

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Addison, hook, line and sinker.<br />

WATER WONDERFUL WORLD —<br />

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and sons Hudson (left) and Finley have a<br />

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THIS IS US<br />

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TAKE ME<br />

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and daughter<br />

Elice hit a home<br />

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POOL PALS<br />

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dad Brett Jack (back), holding son Case,<br />

and Wintermere Pointe dad Derek<br />

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LAZY DAYZ — Ocoee dad Thomas<br />

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DATE DU JOUR — Summerport<br />

dad Charlie Marmolejo and daughter<br />

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TO HAVE AND TO HOLD — Bay Hill<br />

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SOUTHWEST<br />

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▲Some people don boots while others simply wade along<br />

the shoreline of Bird Island.<br />

An army of volunteers joined Windermere Mayor<br />

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different groups spent their morning discarding<br />

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Maguire Road and Bird (Egret) Island. Bird<br />

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despite signs stating it is illegal to land a boat or<br />

walk on the island, it is continually compromised<br />

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canoed along the shoreline, picking up bottles,<br />

cans and trash, while another small group went<br />

onto the island with permission to do the same.<br />

Twenty-five large bags of trash were taken from<br />

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volunteers were given a crash course by Orange<br />

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two dumpsters were filled with trash and debris<br />

from the three sites.<br />

<br />

▲More than a dozen kayakers and canoers paddle the<br />

shoreline of Bird Island, picking up debris.<br />

▲Volunteers clean up at three Windermere locations for<br />

the Mayor’s Earth Day Cleanup Event.<br />

▲With large numbers of brown pelicans nesting, a<br />

protective pelican continues to soar by the volunteers,<br />

warning them to stay away.<br />

▲Despite multiple signs stating<br />

to keep off Bird Island and<br />

no trespassing, the island is<br />

inundated with bottles, cans<br />

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Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs (back, left) and Bridget Pine and her three children attend<br />

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multipurpose fields: one for soccer<br />

and the other the high school’s football<br />

stadium. The agreement came<br />

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the West Orange High School<br />

relief school, Windermere High<br />

School, which will open in August.<br />

The total cost of the park is $9.7<br />

million with $3.7 million being<br />

funded by OCPS. The county contributed<br />

$2.3 million in park funds<br />

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park through Invest dollars, an initiative<br />

of Mayor Jacobs’, who said the<br />

park will pay tribute to Pine’s life and<br />

The Pink Ribbon Garden will provide free organic vegetables to breast cancer patients and survivors.<br />

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serve as a place of gratitude, where<br />

children can play and families can<br />

gather.<br />

Jacobs, District 1 Commissioner<br />

Betsy VanderLey, and former<br />

District 1 Commissioner Scott Boyd<br />

were joined by Southwest resident<br />

and Orange County Sheriff Jerry<br />

Demings and Orange County<br />

Public Schools officials for a groundbreaking<br />

ceremony at Deputy Scott<br />

Pine Community Park. Deputy Pine’s<br />

widow, Bridget Pine, and their<br />

three children, all of whom are<br />

Winter Garden residents, participated<br />

in the event.<br />

The county also named part of<br />

South Apopka-Vineland Road after<br />

Deputy Pine. Additionally, the Roper<br />

YMCA in Winter Garden installed<br />

a piece of knotted rope climbing<br />

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The park is expected to open in<br />

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“For every bag harvested, we<br />

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said Robin Maynard, founder of<br />

Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer<br />

Foundation of Orlando. “Eating<br />

organically can decrease the risk of<br />

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Libby’s Legacy, which provides<br />

comprehensive breast health care<br />

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Florida, created the Pink Ribbon<br />

Garden, the first-of-its-kind organic,<br />

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of a breast cancer awareness ribbon.<br />

The wood is painted pink. The<br />

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community garden, one of 17 in the<br />

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Orlando Commissioner Patty<br />

Sheehan said that many people<br />

made the garden a reality and encouraged<br />

people to “grow some<br />

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Orlando Health is the presenting<br />

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Orlando City Foundation and<br />

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Kathy is a board member<br />

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food, drink, a silent auction<br />

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n Ocoee<br />

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speaker. Daniel was on active<br />

duty in the 1980s and then<br />

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Allyson Bellochi,<br />

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Emma Boyer, the daughter of<br />

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n Windermere Crossing<br />

Kelsey Collazo of Windermere Crossing<br />

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• Florida Gulf Coast University<br />

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• Windermere resident<br />

Melany Rossy graduated<br />

from Troy University.<br />

• Phillip Shehan of<br />

Windermere graduated from<br />

Centre College with a Bachelor<br />

of Arts in economics.<br />

• Elizabeth Walker of<br />

Winter Garden graduated<br />

from Quinnipiac University<br />

with a Master of Business<br />

Administration.<br />

Kelsey Collazo, a 2013 graduate<br />

of West Orange High<br />

School and resident of Windermere<br />

Crossing, was named valedictorian<br />

of Florida State University’s 2017<br />

College of Nursing class. She also<br />

earned the prestigious honor of being<br />

named an FSU Garnet and<br />

Gold Scholar and made straight A’s<br />

throughout her college career. Kelsey<br />

plans to move to San Diego and eventually<br />

become a nurse practitioner.<br />

n Et Al<br />

Congratulations to the following<br />

Southwest-area residents on their recent<br />

graduations:<br />

• Winter Garden resident<br />

Victoria Bartell graduated from<br />

Union University with a Bachelor of<br />

Science in nursing.<br />

• Jacob Dale of Winter Garden<br />

graduated from The Citadel with a<br />

bachelor’s in electrical engineering.<br />

Southwest resident and Wheaton<br />

College student Ciera Horton was<br />

awarded first place in the creative<br />

nonfiction category of the 2017<br />

Lowell-Grabill Creative Writing<br />

Contest. Sponsored by the English<br />

department at Wheaton College,<br />

the annual contest is open to undergraduates.<br />

Categories include fiction,<br />

creative nonfiction and poetry.<br />

Two members of the Bucket List<br />

Hiking Club climbed the summit<br />

of Mount Kilimanjaro. Bay Hill<br />

resident and club founder Matt<br />

Durfee and Isleworth resident<br />

Anthony Lightman dedicated<br />

the task to their deceased fathers.<br />

Located in Tanzania in East Africa,<br />

Mount Kilimanjaro is the tallest<br />

free-standing mountain in the world<br />

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braved temperatures well-below<br />

freezing and battled a blizzard<br />

with lightning strikes for the entire<br />

7.5-hour midnight final ascent to the<br />

summit. In total, it took the duo seven<br />

days to reach the top and climb<br />

back down.<br />

Anthony<br />

Lightman<br />

(left) of<br />

Isleworth<br />

and Matt<br />

Durfee of<br />

Bay Hill<br />

climb Mount<br />

Kilimanjaro.<br />

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n Prepare for hurricane<br />

season<br />

With the 2017 hurricane season<br />

upon us, the officials of the Florida<br />

Department of Health — Orange<br />

County encourage residents to make<br />

preparations that can help ensure<br />

safety in the event of severe weather.<br />

Preparation tips include:<br />

• Determine risks to your home,<br />

property or business.<br />

• Develop or update an emergency<br />

evacuation plan, and review the<br />

plan carefully with your family. Don’t<br />

forget to include pets.<br />

• Assemble a disaster supply kit.<br />

• Strengthen your home and complete<br />

any needed repairs.<br />

• Identify your trusted sources of<br />

information for any severe weather<br />

event or hurricane.<br />

• Prepare an emergency preparedness<br />

kit, including water (at<br />

least one gallon a day per person),<br />

nonperishable packaged or<br />

canned food (enough for at least<br />

three to seven days), any necessary<br />

medications, a first aid kit,<br />

flashlights with extra<br />

batteries, pet care items<br />

and important documents<br />

stored in a waterproof<br />

container.<br />

For more information, visit<br />

www.floridahealth.gov/<br />

programs-and-services/<br />

emergency-preparednessand-response/index.html.<br />

n School siting<br />

ordinance updated<br />

Southwest resident<br />

and Orange County<br />

Mayor Teresa Jacobs<br />

and the board of county<br />

commissioners joined Orange<br />

County School Board Chairman<br />

Bill Sublette, Southwest resident<br />

and Orange County Public<br />

Schools Superintendent Barbara<br />

Jenkins, and OCPS board<br />

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establishes standards for OCPS to<br />

build new schools and renovate<br />

existing sites, including charter<br />

compiled by Lauren Salinero schools.<br />

OCPS grew by nearly 6,000 students<br />

this year and is the secondfastest<br />

growing district in Florida.<br />

During the past 13 years, the school<br />

district has opened 43 new schools<br />

to accommodate growth, and six<br />

new schools are slated to open next<br />

year, including two in Southwest<br />

Orlando.<br />

NEWS & BUSINESS BRIEFS<br />

Southwest resident and Orange County Mayor Teresa<br />

Jacobs and Orange County School Board Chairman<br />

Bill Sublette participate in a ceremonial signing of the<br />

updated school siting ordinance.<br />

members to announce the passing<br />

of the updated school siting<br />

ordinance and participated in a<br />

ceremonial signing. The updated<br />

ordinance, which was passed at<br />

a recent commissioners meeting,<br />

n MBA Orlando named NGLCC<br />

Chamber of the Year<br />

The National Gay & Lesbian<br />

Chamber of Commerce, the business<br />

voice of the LGBT community,<br />

named Metropolitan Business<br />

Association of Orlando as<br />

its 2017 NGLCC Chamber of the<br />

Year. Each year, the organization’s<br />

winner is seen as a role model for<br />

other chambers and raises the bar<br />

for impacting the LGBT business<br />

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community where they live and<br />

work.<br />

“MBA Orlando is creating new,<br />

exciting opportunities for its members<br />

and for local businesses to<br />

thrive throughout Central Florida,”<br />

said Justin Nelson, NGLCC cofounder<br />

and president. “Executive<br />

Director Kellie Parkin and the<br />

dedicated board of directors and<br />

volunteers have fostered consistent<br />

growth in membership, programming<br />

and corporate partnerships,<br />

and inspiringly served as a valued<br />

hub of support for the entire<br />

Orlando community following the<br />

Pulse nightclub tragedy.”<br />

n Day of Action volunteers<br />

needed<br />

Volunteers are needed June 21,<br />

on Heart of Florida United Way’s<br />

ninth annual Day of Action, to<br />

participate in literacy-related projects<br />

and help distribute books to<br />

children at several HFUW partner<br />

agencies, including Boys & Girls<br />

Clubs of Central Florida, Orlando<br />

Day Nursery, UCP of Central<br />

Florida, and Winter Park Day<br />

Nursery, among others.<br />

United Way’s Day of Action is a<br />

communitywide volunteer event that<br />

aims to reduce summer reading loss,<br />

which is the gradual decline of reading<br />

proficiency while children are<br />

away from the classroom. By providing<br />

low-income students with access<br />

to books, the nonprofit hopes<br />

to encourage reading and enhance<br />

literacy during the summer months.<br />

Last year, HFUW distributed more<br />

than 20,000 books to 2,300 local<br />

children.<br />

To register or learn more about<br />

volunteer opportunities during Day<br />

of Action, email volunteer.center@<br />

hfuw.og or visit www.hfuw.org/dayof-action.<br />

n Challenge is on to find<br />

homes for shelter animals<br />

For the second year in a row, animal<br />

shelters in Orange, Seminole<br />

and Osceola counties launched the<br />

Great Summer Challenge, a summerlong<br />

effort to see which shelter<br />

can garner the highest percentage<br />

of adoptions, reunifications and releases<br />

among the community’s three<br />

“open admission” shelters. Openadmission<br />

shelters are public animal<br />

shelters, which means they do not<br />

ever turn away a dog or cat in need.<br />

In 2016, the challenge helped facilitate<br />

more than 5,000 adoptions,<br />

reunifications with lost families, and<br />

releases to foster and rescue partners.<br />

Last year, Seminole County<br />

Animal Services took home the title<br />

after increasing its live-release numbers<br />

by 14.2 percent, helping 953<br />

animals. Osceola County reported<br />

966 animals successfully released,<br />

and in Orange County, 3,370 animals<br />

were either adopted, reunified<br />

or released to rescue and foster<br />

parents.<br />

To look for animals available for<br />

adoption, officials at the shelters encourage<br />

residents to visit in person<br />

or view their websites and Facebook<br />

pages.<br />

BUSINESS BRIEFS<br />

Jeannette Bajalia, founder<br />

and president of Woman’s Worth,<br />

was invited to speak at Florida<br />

Hospital for Women during the<br />

Total Well Being event, part of a<br />

series in partnership with Florida<br />

Hospital designed to proactively<br />

educate women in, or working<br />

toward, retirement on issues pertaining<br />

to health, retirement and<br />

financial planning. Florida Health<br />

is empowering its team and those<br />

it serves to manage a full spectrum<br />

of lifestyle issues, including holding<br />

on to wealth by holding on to<br />

health.<br />

Orlando Health opened its<br />

new Team Member Center at 55 W.<br />

Gore St., the new “front door” for<br />

potential Orlando Health employees.<br />

The $12 million project includes<br />

a 1,175-square-foot lobby/waiting<br />

ROYAL Landscape Nursery<br />

• Topiaries<br />

• Shrubs<br />

• Trees<br />

• Fruit Trees<br />

• Crape Myrtles<br />

• Sod<br />

• St. Augustine<br />

• Floratam<br />

• Zoysia<br />

• ALL VARIETIES<br />

• Rocks<br />

• Mulch<br />

• Ground Covers<br />

• Palm Trees Foxtail<br />

• Foxtail<br />

• Robellini<br />

• Queen Palms<br />

• Adonidias<br />

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Orlando<br />

Health reveals<br />

its new Team<br />

Member Center,<br />

a convenient<br />

resource for<br />

potential<br />

employees.<br />

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area with three private interview<br />

rooms that are equipped for teleconference<br />

interviews. The center also<br />

features an open application room<br />

with six desktop computers and<br />

seats. Applicants can apply online<br />

using the computers or apply from<br />

anywhere in the world using their<br />

own devices, making the organization’s<br />

application process entirely<br />

digital.<br />

Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza<br />

officials announced the restaurant<br />

has a new rewards program,<br />

Coal Fired Club, where patrons<br />

are rewarded for eating the food<br />

they love. Once registered, members<br />

will receive a complimentary<br />

personal pizza and continue to<br />

earn rewards every time they dine<br />

in or take out. Anyone interested<br />

can register in person or online at<br />

www.acfp.com/rewards.<br />

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Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza begins a<br />

rewards program.<br />

West Orange Chamber of<br />

Commerce representatives held<br />

an anniversary celebration for Dawn<br />

Gilmore Productions. WOCC builds<br />

partnerships, strong businesses and<br />

commitment to the community by<br />

serving as the leading business advocate<br />

in Central Florida, facilitating<br />

opportunity to nearly 1,000 member<br />

businesses. For more information<br />

about WOCC, call 407-656-1304<br />

or visit wochamber.com.<br />

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The Rotary Club of Lake<br />

Buena Vista Foundation Inc.<br />

held its inaugural Charity Challenge<br />

Golf Event at Disney’s Magnolia<br />

Golf Club. The tournament raised<br />

funds to support local Rotary programs<br />

for youth, such as Rotary<br />

Youth Exchange, Rotaract Club at<br />

the University of Central Florida<br />

Rosen School, Interact Club at<br />

Freedom High School, and Rotary<br />

Youth Leadership Awards.<br />

The event featured a Challenge<br />

Traveling Cup Award, which any<br />

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compiled by Lauren Salinero<br />

of the teams could have won. The<br />

cup will be returned to the LBV<br />

Rotary Club during the next Charity<br />

Challenge Golf Event and must be<br />

won again by whichever team has<br />

the best score. It also will list the<br />

company, if sponsored, and the four<br />

players on that team. The first team to<br />

win was Brinkerhoff Financial Group,<br />

composed of Eric Boylan, Sean<br />

Henderson, Matt Golembieski<br />

and Mike Micallef.<br />

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John<br />

Hammond is<br />

named general<br />

manager of the<br />

Orlando Magic.<br />

Jeff Weltman<br />

is named president<br />

of basketball<br />

operations of the<br />

Orlando Magic.<br />

Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista President Jean Campana (far left) and Charity<br />

Challenge Golf Event Master of Ceremonies Dawn Grigsby (far right) congratulate the<br />

winners of the inaugural Challenge Traveling Cup Award, (l. to r.) Matt Golembieski, Eric<br />

Boylan, Sean Henderson and Mike Micallef.<br />

Officials of the Orlando<br />

Magic announced two additions<br />

to their managerial team: John<br />

Hammond as general manager<br />

and Jeff Weltman as president of<br />

basketball operations.<br />

Hammond brings more than 35<br />

years of coaching and administrative<br />

©Gary Bassing<br />

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last nine seasons as general manager<br />

of the Milwaukee Bucks. During his<br />

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26 years in the NBA, his teams have<br />

made 15 postseason appearances.<br />

Weltman served as assistant general<br />

manager under Hammond for<br />

five seasons, from 2008-13, and also<br />

worked with him in Detroit. He recently<br />

completed his fourth season with<br />

the Toronto Raptors and first as general<br />

manager. Weltman joined the<br />

Raptors as executive vice president of<br />

basketball operations in 2013.<br />

Garrett Milchin, a 2016 graduate<br />

of The Classical School of<br />

The First Academy, hit his first<br />

home run and earned his first save<br />

for the University of Florida Gators<br />

baseball team.<br />

The city of Ocoee Parks and<br />

Recreation Department hosted its annual<br />

Big Orange Games at Ocoee<br />

High School. The event gives<br />

physically challenged<br />

youth an opportunity to<br />

participate in sporting<br />

events, where they can<br />

show that “disabled”<br />

doesn’t mean “unable.”<br />

Participants showcased<br />

their skills in a fun environment<br />

with the support<br />

of friends, family,<br />

volunteers and staff.<br />

Ocoee is the only<br />

municipality in Central<br />

Florida that hosts an<br />

event like this. The city<br />

has sponsored the competition<br />

for more than<br />

10 years. Athletes competed<br />

in the following<br />

track and field events:<br />

60-, 100-, 220-, 440-<br />

and 880-yard dashes;<br />

club, discus, shot put<br />

and softball throws; and<br />

long jump. The competition<br />

was followed by<br />

an awards ceremony<br />

recognizing the athletes’<br />

achievements.<br />

(Front, l. to r.) AJ Gutzmer, Ryan Duffy, Gabriel Rodriguez, TD Cross, (middle, l. to r.) Morgan<br />

Deaton, Joey Stubblebine, Zach Miller, Jeremiah Fontana, Liam Sweeney, Mason Henrichsen,<br />

David Dupuis, Jacob Strong, and (back, l. to r.) coaches Phil Miller, Dennis Pope and David Duffy<br />

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Dr. Phillips Little League’s<br />

Dodgers baseball team battled<br />

through storms, injuries, tough<br />

competition and a hard-fought<br />

double-header against the Mighty<br />

Brewers to capture the Spring 2017<br />

Majors District Tournament. The<br />

boys were led by coaches David<br />

Duffy, Dennis Pope and Phil<br />

Miller, and team mom was Erika<br />

Kessler.<br />

Orlando hosted the Flag<br />

Football World Championship<br />

Tour over Memorial weekend.<br />

The family-friendly event had<br />

brackets for adults, youth, men<br />

and women, all competing for a<br />

$30,000 purse. Partial proceeds<br />

were donated to Honor Courage<br />

Commitment Inc. and 22Kill, two<br />

organizations dedicated to helping<br />

the nation’s veterans.<br />

In addition to flag football, the<br />

event also featured Blaster Battle,<br />

a massive toy pistol fight that took<br />

place at Simmers-Young Park in<br />

Winter Haven. Participants fell short<br />

of the 2,289 needed to break the record<br />

for the largest toy pistol fight;<br />

however, children and adults had a<br />

great time battling each other with<br />

Nerf gear.<br />

WalletHub released a report<br />

on 2017’s best and worst cities for<br />

basketball fans. To find the best<br />

cities for professional and college<br />

basketball fans, the company’s analysts<br />

compared 293 of the largest<br />

cities across 17 key metrics, ranging<br />

from the performance level of each<br />

city’s NBA and NCAA Division 1<br />

teams to ticket prices to stadium accessibility.<br />

The scores ranged from 1<br />

(best) to 147 (worst).<br />

Orlando ranked No. 1 in NBA<br />

fan engagement, second in NBA<br />

stadium capacity, ninth in average<br />

ticket price for an NBA game, 13th<br />

in NBA attendance, 26th in performance<br />

level of NBA team, and 125th<br />

in minimum season ticket price for<br />

an NCAA Division 1 game. Overall,<br />

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Orlando ranked 10th and was<br />

second among midsize cities.<br />

Registration is open for Give Kids<br />

The World’s Challenge for Hope, the<br />

Coolest 5K on the Planet. Formerly<br />

known as the Gingerbread Run,<br />

the Challenge for Hope allows participants<br />

to walk, run, roll or stroll<br />

through GKTW’s storybook village<br />

while helping to create the happiness<br />

that has inspired hope for thousands<br />

of children and their families.<br />

The 5K will take place Nov. 11 at<br />

210 S. Bass Road in Kissimmee.<br />

For more information or to register,<br />

visit www.gktw.org/events.<br />

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n Charities/Fundraisers<br />

June 17 — Puttin’ On The Litz<br />

Ports of Call at SeaWorld hosts Puttin’<br />

on the Litz in support of Alex Litz, who<br />

sustained a traumatic brain injury in<br />

a life-altering automobile accident.<br />

The event includes dancing and a<br />

live auction. Time: 6 p.m. Cost: $65<br />

in advance, $75 at the door. In addition,<br />

to help with the financial burden<br />

of Alex’s uninsured expenses, a fundraising<br />

campaign in his honor has<br />

been established with HelpHopeLive.<br />

To purchase tickets for the fundraiser or<br />

to make a tax-deductible donation, visit<br />

www.helphopelive.org, search “Alex<br />

Litz,” then click on the fundraising<br />

event. For more information, email<br />

puttinonthelitz@gmail.com.<br />

June 22 — Walk A Mile In Her<br />

Shoes<br />

Harbor House of Central Florida’s fifth<br />

annual Walk A Mile in Her Shoes,<br />

including music, food trucks and vendors,<br />

starts at the Orange County<br />

Courthouse and ends at Dr. Phillips<br />

Performing Arts Center. Participants<br />

strap on stilettos, slip on slingbacks<br />

or prance in pumps for the walk.<br />

Sponsorships are available. Time: 5<br />

p.m. for check-in and 6 p.m. for the<br />

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD<br />

event. Proceeds benefit Harbor House<br />

of Central Florida. For more information<br />

or to register, visit wam2017.kintera.org.<br />

June 23 & 24 — Mascot Games<br />

Amway Center hosts the 24th annual<br />

Mascot Games, sponsored by New<br />

Hope for Kids and presented by Wawa.<br />

Twenty-four of the best and most popular<br />

mascots from across North America<br />

join Orlando Magic’s Stuff for the<br />

annual competition. Time: Friday at<br />

12:30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.<br />

Cost: Tickets start at $12, with proceeds<br />

benefiting New Hope for Kids,<br />

which provides support to children and<br />

families grieving the death of a loved<br />

one and grants wishes to local children<br />

with life-threatening illnesses. For more<br />

information, visit amwaycenter.com or<br />

www.mascotgames.org.<br />

July 22 — Celebrating<br />

Independence Gala<br />

Leu Gardens, 1920 N. Forest Ave.,<br />

Orlando, hosts Center for Independent<br />

Living’s annual Celebrating Independence<br />

Gala, including an orange-carpet<br />

entrance, silent auction, complimentary<br />

cocktails, dinner and the presenting of<br />

this year’s Beverly Chapman Legacy<br />

Award to Andy Gardiner. Time: 6:30-<br />

9:30 p.m. Cost: $80, with proceeds<br />

benefiting CIL’s mission to create a fully<br />

inclusive community in Central Florida<br />

and continue helping people impacted<br />

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ages of 13-18. Participants volunteer<br />

twice per week for three-hour shifts.<br />

Must be dependable, punctual, willing to<br />

complete assigned projects/tasks, and<br />

a team player. For more information,<br />

email youthservices@ocls.info or visit<br />

teens.ocls.info/volunteer.<br />

Through Aug. 5 — Summer Reading<br />

Program<br />

Orange County parents can register<br />

their children in fun, educational<br />

camps, classes and events at<br />

16 library locations across Orange<br />

County as part of the Orange County<br />

Library System’s Summer Reading<br />

Program. Except for a handful of<br />

camps that require a small materials<br />

fee, all the library’s Summer Reading<br />

Program events are free to OCLS<br />

cardholders. For more information,<br />

visit at_ocls.info/srp.<br />

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June 15-Aug. 5 — Movie Series<br />

As part of its 2017 Summer Movie<br />

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July and August: Thursday Vintage<br />

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June 16 — Movie In The Park & Food Truck Event<br />

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events, Bill Breeze Park, 125 N. Lakeshore Drive, hosts a<br />

screening of Sing, presented by Illumination. In addition,<br />

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June 16 & 17 — American Roadtrip Performances<br />

Calvary Assembly, 1199 Clay St., Winter Park,<br />

hosts performances of Central Florida Community<br />

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CFCArts Symphony Orchestra. Time: 7:30 p.m. Cost:<br />

$10 for advance general seating, $15 for prime seating,<br />

and $25 for priority seating. Children 12-younger<br />

are free. Tickets will be available at the door for $15<br />

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June 17 — Hot Dogs, Cool Cats Adopt-A-Thon<br />

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for animals, and all adopters receive a special goody<br />

bag. Time: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. For more information, call<br />

407-836-3111 or email animalservices@ocfl.net.<br />

June 24 — Book Launch Celebration<br />

The Albertson Room at Orlando Public Library, 101 E.<br />

Central Blvd., Orlando, hosts a book launch celebration<br />

for Kiss Me Kill You by Larissa C. Hardesty. The author<br />

will read from the book, answer audience questions and<br />

sign books. Books will be available for purchase. Time:<br />

1-2:30 p.m. For more information, call 407-835-7323<br />

or visit www.ocls.info.<br />

June 24 — Fourth Of July Celebration<br />

The Hyatt Regency Atrium at Orlando International<br />

Airport hosts the annual Liberty Weekend Orlando<br />

Philharmonic Performance. This year’s theme is “From<br />

Sea to Shining Sea.” Time: 7:45 p.m. Admission is free,<br />

as well as three complimentary hours in the parking<br />

garage. (Please do not use SunPass/E-pass). For more<br />

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July 4 — All American Kids Parade & Breakfast<br />

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IDs for children. Time: 8-10 a.m. for breakfast; the<br />

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July 4 — Fireworks At The Fountain<br />

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40th annual Fireworks at the Fountain, including<br />

children’s activities, live music, food and beverages<br />

available for purchase and a fireworks display.<br />

Time: 4-10 p.m. Fireworks are at 9:10 p.m. Admission is<br />

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market has more than 150 vendors, and<br />

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June 26 — Drop-In Chess Game<br />

The S.C. Battaglia Memorial Winter<br />

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July 1 — Food Truck Night<br />

Summerport Village Food Truck Night,<br />

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Ongoing — Mah-Jongg Players<br />

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Experienced American mah-jongg players<br />

are needed for a new weekly group.<br />

As soon as there are enough members,<br />

the group will play at Westerly’s<br />

Restaurant in MetroWest Golf Club,<br />

2100 S. Hiawassee Road, Orlando.<br />

Time: Wednesdays at 1 p.m. Participants<br />

should bring their current national mahjongg<br />

cards, mah-jongg sets and $4 in<br />

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Ongoing — Running Club for Women<br />

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Ongoing — Members Needed<br />

The West Orange Women seeks women<br />

of all ages to join its social group<br />

where they “build friendships while<br />

helping others.” The 200-plus members<br />

enjoy more than 25 fun activities<br />

each year. For more information, visit<br />

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Ongoing — Members Needed<br />

The Baby Boomer Bunch of Southwest<br />

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group, which consists of men and<br />

women, single and married, born<br />

between 1946-64. Activities include dining<br />

out and more. For more information<br />

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July 5 — Orlando Story Club<br />

Meeting<br />

The Abbey, 100 S. Eola Drive, Orlando,<br />

hosts a meeting of the Orlando Story<br />

Club, during which anyone who wishes<br />

to tell a personal story has a chance<br />

to put their name in a hat. Selected<br />

individuals showcase their storytelling<br />

for the enrichment of the local<br />

community. Time: first Wednesday of<br />

every other month from 7-9:30 p.m.<br />

Doors open at 6 p.m. Cost: $5 at<br />

the door with an optional donation<br />

for different Orlando philanthropic<br />

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n Support Groups<br />

July 11 — Support Group Meeting<br />

For Caregivers<br />

The Alzheimer’s & Dementia Resource<br />

Center sponsors a free support group<br />

meeting for caregivers in the Suite 281<br />

Conference Room (next to the south<br />

elevators on the second floor) at Health<br />

Central Hospital, 10000 W. Colonial<br />

Drive, Ocoee. Time: second Tuesday of<br />

each month at 6 p.m. For more information,<br />

call 407-843-1910 or visit<br />

www.adrccares.org.<br />

July 13 — Cancer Support Ministry<br />

Building A, Room 201, at St. Luke’s<br />

United Methodist Church, 4851 S.<br />

Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando,<br />

hosts a cancer support group for<br />

individuals and families affected by<br />

cancer. All faiths are welcome. The<br />

meeting, led by cancer survivors<br />

and caregivers, is open to all cancer<br />

patients, survivors, caregivers and<br />

loved ones in the community. Time:<br />

the second Thursday of each month<br />

from 6:30-8 p.m. For more information<br />

or to RSVP, call 407-876-4991,<br />

ext. 262; or email care@st.lukes.org.<br />

July 17 — Stroke Support Group<br />

Meeting<br />

The Winter Park Civic Center, 1050<br />

W. Morse Blvd., Winter Park, hosts<br />

a free meeting of the BCenter’s<br />

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valerie@bcenter.com. Time: third<br />

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Oakland Nature Preserve, 747<br />

Machete Trail, Oakland, seeks adults<br />

interested in learning about the history,<br />

wildlife, plants and restoration<br />

efforts at ONP to volunteer at the preserve<br />

to greet visitors, help answer<br />

questions and lead a tour from time to<br />

time. Workdays are Mondays and/or<br />

Saturdays. For more information, email<br />

outreach@oaklandnaturepreserve.org<br />

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Ongoing — Volunteers Needed<br />

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