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22 x October 19 - November 1, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com AUDITIONS AUDITIONS NOV 12TH CONTINUED FROM PAGE 21 response is increased, which releases mediators and can cause uterine contractions. In addition, many pregnant women eat high-carb diets and have morning sickness, which can affect tooth enamel strength and cause decay. It is recommended that women continue to receive dental care prior, during and after pregnancy to ensure these oral health problems do not occur. For more information, contact Windermere Center for Dentistry at 407-909-1097 or visit windermeresmiles.com. 3-D mammograms. Expectant mothers receive sonograms at every visit, for peace of mind. Douglas Gearity, M.D., FACOG, and his team of physicians even offer aesthetic services at the Metamorphosis MedSpa in Hunter’s Creek and St. Cloud. There are seven convenient Women’s Center locations throughout Central Florida. For more information, call 407-857- 2502 or visit www.wcorlando.com. JR! GRADES K-6 WITH PERFORMANCES APRIL 13-15 Kids Now Playing Nov. 3rd, 4th, & 5th Box Office Open Now! ALL REHEARSALS AND AUDITIONS ARE LOCATED AT THEATRE SOUTH PLAYHOUSE AT THE DR. PHILLIPS MARKETPLACE, 7601 DELLA DRIVE #15 RESERVE YOUR AUDITION SPOT TODAY AT TheatreSouthPlayhouse.org Women’s care at Windermere Dermatology & Aesthetics starts with skin cancer screenings for women of all ages. The practice has the best new laser treatments for anti-aging, acne, tattoo removal and more. Cosmetic services include Botox Cosmetic, fillers, chemical peels, facials, SilkPeel and more. The facility also offers mineral makeup by Jane Iredale and Colorescience. Windermere Dermatology carries the most advanced skin care products. CoolSculpting can help eliminate stubborn fat that resists all efforts through exercise. For more information, call 407-876-0994 or visit www.amazingskindoc.com. Women in Central Florida have many options in gynecological care, and deciding on a practice that provides the services they need can be a challenge. The Women’s Center works to bring its patients highquality women’s health care with a comprehensive, compassionate and modern-day approach. It offers traditional OB-GYN care, along with Spa Blue offers the most advanced, innovative, nonsurgical skin-rejuvenation treatments. Janet Beres, PA-C, a master-trained cosmetic injector with more than 18 years of experience in dermatology and cosmetic surgery, is well-known for her natural results. The most popular treatments include The Liquid Lift, which is a combination of Botox Cosmetic and fillers that gives the face an instant lift. Spa Blue’s latest revolutionary treatment is platelet-rich plasma, or PRP, for skin rejuvenation and balding or thinning hair in men and women. Spa Blue, where personalized attention is the top priority, was voted Orlando’s best spa for 2017. It is located at 6735 Conroy-Windermere Road, Suite 423, in Orlando. For more information, call 407-772-2583 or visit www.spablue.com. ª

TOURISM UPDATE submitted by Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x October 19 - November 1, 2017 x 23 (L. to r.) Joie Cadle, Orange County School Board District 1 member; Pam Gould, OCSB District 4 member; Daryl Flynn, OCSB District 2 member; Linda Kobert, OCSB District 3 member; and Tina Calderone, Seminole County School Board vice chair, kick off the 2017-18 Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association Adopt-A-School program. On Sept. 27, representatives from the school districts of Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties joined Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association (CFHLA) members for the annual Adopt-A- School Kick-Off Luncheon at the Crowne Plaza Orlando Universal. During the 2016-17 school year, CFHLA members partnered with more than 115 Central Florida schools, providing essential school supplies, sponsoring activities, mentoring students and providing meeting space for faculty members. At this year’s 2017-18 Kick-Off Luncheon, Osceola County School District teachers of the year Amy and Michael Miller addressed the audience, testifying to the importance of business partnerships with public education in Central Florida. CFHLA salutes the Adopt-A-School Committee, including Chairman Jeff Swirksy of the Holiday Inn Orlando Resort Lake Buena Vista, for its leadership and support of this important community program entering the 2017-18 school year. ª

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