8 x September 7 - 20, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com M. A. Saleem, M.D., FAAP Lesly Ortiz, PA-C Proudly serving the West Orange community since April 1, 2000 Call us to make your appointment! We specialize in Well-child checks, Same-day sick visits, Immunizations, ADHD, Asthma and Newborn Circumcisions CENTRAL PEDIATRICS Central to your child’s healthcare 1128 Kelton Ave., Ocoee, FL 34761 (407) 290-5533 www.centralpediatrics.com Hours: M-Th 8am to 5pm · Fri 8am to 1pm · Sat by appointment only n Bay Springs IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD Bill Suchy, a longtime Bay Springs resident and owner of Bill Suchy Productions LLC, a film Bill Suchy of Bay Springs and Women Airforce Service Pilot Bernice “Bee” Haydu attend the 2017 Women in Aviation Conference. compiled by Lauren Salinero consulting and production company, had his documentary, Silver Wings, Flying Dreams: The Complete Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, acquired for both international television and educational distribution. The documentary was nominated for a Suncoast Emmy and won a National Silver Telly Award. It aired on PBS and is now in worldwide television distribution by Londonbased Espresso Media International. Educational distribution to all North American schools and libraries is through New Yorkbased Film Media SOUTHWEST ORLANDO BULLETIN'S 14 TH ANNUAL The photos will appear in the Oct. 19 issue. Photos must be received by Sept. 29. Email high-resolution (at least 200 KB) photographs to Lauren@kearneypublishing.com or upload online at www.southwestorlandobulletin.com. Contest rules: This contest is for children age 5 and younger. To be considered, each entry must include the parents' and child's names, address, telephone number and neighborhood. Must be a Southwest resident.
Group. For more information, visit www. silverwings-flyingdreams.com. Teachers and librarians can search Silver Wings at www.films.com to get the DVD and classroom streaming rights, complete with a teacher instructional guide for a school or library. n Ocoee The city of Ocoee hosted National League of Cities’ Small Cities Council meeting at the Lakeshore Center. Twenty-five mayors and council members attended, representing small cities from across the country and from as far away as Kodiak, Alaska. During the three-day meeting, city staff members gave several detailed and informative presentations, highlighting Ocoee’s vibrant economic development initiatives and partnering programs www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x September 7 - 20, 2017 x 9 The National League of Cities’ Small Council meets in Ocoee. Attendees include (front, l. to r.) Mayor Robin Shelton of Scottsboro, Alabama; Lake Worth Vice Mayor Scott Maxwell; Mayor Joyce Downing of Northglenn, Colorado; Mayor Marvin Johnson of Independence, Minnesota; Mayor Margaret Finlay of Duarte, California; council member Silke Pope of Greenbelt, Maryland; Ocoee Mayor Rusty Johnson, chair-NLC Small Cities Council; Councilor Dave Paulekas of Laramie, Wyoming; Mayor Alfred Mae Drakeford of Camden, South Carolina; Ocoee Commissioner Joel Keller; (middle, l. to r.) Commissioner Ernie Anderson of Creedmore, North Carolina; NLC Community Development Director Sarah Lindsay; Community Development Director Paul Thornton of Vienna, West Virginia; Mayor Lou Ogden of Tualatin, Oregon; Ocoee Commissioner John Grogan; Seminole Councilor Thom Barnhorn; council member Stuart Gillaspie of Burleson, Texas; City Administrator Brian Dehner of Edgewood, Kentucky; council member Ed Putens of Greenbelt, Maryland; council member Gabriel Saravia of Kodiak, Alaska; council member Leon Maynor of Lumberton, North Carolina; (back, l. to r.) Ocoee Commissioner Richard Firstner; Vice Mayor Bo Perkinson of Athens, Texas; council member Joe Shumway of Laramie, Wyoming; and council member Clyde Schulz of Beulah, North Dakota. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10