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12 x December 7 - 20, 2017 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11 special birthday video prepared by her best friend, Carol Braga. Yasmin, may the 16th year of your life bring you the courage to soar as high as a butterfly and to spread your wings. May you also have the strength to accomplish anything. Happy Sweet 16! n Ocoee The city of Ocoee saluted veterans during its annual Veterans Day Ceremony held at Bill Breeze Park. The event honored veterans for their patriotism, love of country and commitment to service and sacrifice. Ocoee resident Norb Weller was the keynote speaker. He served in the U.S. Army from Jan. 25, 1967, to Dec. 9, 1969. After being honorably discharged as a first lieutenant, he served in the Army Reserves from Dec. 10, 1969, to Jan. 24, 1973. In 1968, Norb served a oneyear tour of duty in the Vietnam War. He received several awards, including the Combat Infantryman Badge, Gallantry Cross with Bronze Star, Gallantry Cross with Palm Unit Citation, and the Vietnam Service Medal with four Bronze Stars. The Veterans Day Ceremony also included singing, music and flag presentations by the Ocoee Fire Department Honor Guard. Chloe Rogenus, a senior at Ocoee High School, sang the National Anthem, and the Ocoee Middle School band played Marches of the Armed Forces and An American Hymn. n Turnburry The community of Turnburry hosted a potluck block party for residents. Beautiful weather, a great turnout, delicious food and good fellowship helped to make the neighbors’ time together a huge success, and the event was a great way to meet new residents. There were also games for the children and door prizes for the winners. Small flags were given to everyone as a present for Veterans Day. The residents extend a special thankyou to resident Paul McGarigal for hosting the event in his yard. n Windermere Ronald Ziolkowski, aka Ron the Realtor, of Windermere is the top producer year-to-date for Re/Max Properties S.W. Inc. for August. Turnburry residents gather for a potluck block party. 407-818-1023 FREE IN-HOME CONSULTATION & PRICE QUOTE! NEW YEAR, NEW PRICES! Last Chance for 2017 Prices! Offer Expires December 31 st ! Learn more at: RBAFLA.com *Offer expires 12/31/2017. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. Save $350 off windows and $850 off patio doors plus pay no installation costs when you purchase 3 (three) or more windows and/or doors in the same project. No money down, No payments, No interest for 12 (twelve) months available to well-qualified buyers on approved credit. Any finance terms advertised are estimates only. All financing is provided by third-party lenders. License number available upon request. “Renewal by Andersen” and all other marks where denoted are trademarks of Andersen Corp. © 2017 Renewal by Andersen of Central Florida. SAVE $350 ON EVERY WINDOW* FREE INSTALLATION FOR 12 on your project of 3 or more windows and/or doors SAVE $850 ON ALL PATIO DOORS* +NO MONEY DOWN PAYMENTS & INTEREST MONTHS*

Windermere resident Ronald Ziolkowski, aka Ron the Realtor, of Re/Max Properties S.W. Inc. was named the No. 1 Re/Max Realtor in the state for August. Ron was the top producer in residential sales year-to-date. n Et Al St. Luke’s United Methodist Church held its Trunks, Treats and More, during which between 800 to 1,000 children came out to decorate trunks and collect candy. The family-friendly event included food, entertainment, a costume contest for kids, carnival-style and blowup games, a mechanical bull and more. Trunk-or-treaters were www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x December 7 - 20, 2017 x 13 401 Main Street, Suite A, Windermere, FL Windermere Center for DENTISTRY Emilia M. Godoy-Rapport, D.M.D. Cosmetic and family dentistry (L. to r.) Kitty Mark of Park Springs, Ivey Geisler of Sandpointe, Kerry Hall of Windward Cay, Brittney Harris, Elizabeth Munoz-Ortiz and Averie Garcia attend St. Luke’s United Methodist Church’s Trunks, Treats and More. CONTINUED ON PAGE 15 www.windermeresmiles.com (407) 909-1097 I choose integrity. As a child watching my mother go through a severe illness, I appreciated the compassion and care given her and our family by the treating physician, and I chose to follow that path. Practicing family medicine allows me the opportunity to broaden my medical interests, which may vary with my personal and medical endeavors, and I enjoy the diversity of care. I am Dr. Young and I choose Orlando Health. Specialty: Family Medicine I choose to practice within the Orlando Health system because I value the respected reputation and integrity of this healthcare organization. ChooseOrlandoHealth.com