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4 x February 15 — 28, 2018 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com CD SPECIAL! Limited-Time Only Start earning the interest you deserve with a strong local bank. MONEY MARKET 1.75% APY* 19 Months 1.40% APY* 13 Months TABLE OF CONTENTS FOODIE FOR THOUGHT .................................................................... 5 Dine Like a Dignitary TOURISM UPDATE ............................................................................. 8 FEATURE ........................................................................................... 9 Seven Ways to Plan for Cold & Flu Season PROMOTIONAL FEATURE ................................................................. 11 Massage Envy: Total Body Care / Massage Envy SALON & SPA DIRECTORY ............................................................... 12 NEWS & BUSINESS BRIEFS .............................................................. 17 SPONSORED EDITORIAL .................................................................. 20 Cattle Baron's Ball IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ............................................................. 22 0.90 % APY** Everyday Great Rate! AxiomBanking.com 800-584-0015 Visit us online to open an account or find the nearest branch located in your local Walmart Supercenter® SOUTHWEST SPORTS ...................................................................... 28 COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD ....................................................... 31 SOUTHWEST SERVICE DIRECTORY ................................................... 32 February 15, 2018 Vol. XXXII, No. 8 PRESIDENT & PUBLISHER Rick V. Martin VICE PRESIDENT Yvette Martin MANAGING EDITOR Lisa Sagers EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Lauren Salinero CIRCULATION Robert Barlow CONTRIBUTING WRITER Kirsten Harrington *Annual Percentage Yield. Rates and APY are subject to change without notice. The APY is as of 02/01/2018. These accounts require a minimum opening deposit of $500. Substantial penalty for early withdrawal. Offer not valid on brokered or institutional deposits. You will be paid the disclosed rate until maturity. Your 13- and 19-month account will automatically renew into a 12- and 18-month fixed rate certificate, respectively. You will have a grace period of 10 calendar days after the maturity date to withdraw the funds in the account without being charged an early withdrawal penalty. The CD products are limited to $250,000 per product per household. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer. Fees could reduce earnings. Contact an Axiom Bank Banker for further information about applicable fees and terms. **Annual Percentage Yield. Rates and APY are subject to change without notice. The APY is as of 01/01/18. In order to obtain the indicated APY, these accounts require a minimum opening deposit of $100,000. Federal regulations impose transaction limitations. Fees could reduce earnings. Contact an Axiom Bank Banker for further information about applicable fees and terms. © 2018 Axiom Bank, N.A. All Rights Reserved. P.O. Box 851 Windermere, FL 34786 407-351-1573 www.southwestorlandobulletin.com The Southwest Orlando Bulletin is published semimonthly by Cornerstone Publishing & Multi-Media LLC. No material may be reproduced without written permission. Subscriptions are available in the U.S. and Puerto Rico for $25.56 per year and in Canada for $31.80 per year. For foreign surface mailing, add $20 per year. Neither the publishers nor the advertisers are responsible or liable for typographical errors, misinformation, misprints, etc., unintentionally contained herein. All letters received become the property of Cornerstone Publishing & Multi-Media LLC and may be reproduced and edited without consent. ©2018/Cornerstone Publishing & Multi-Media LLC MARKETING CONSULTANTS Madeline DeVito (407) 351-1573, option 1 mdevito@kearneypublishing.com Michelle Oakes 321-277-3467 michelle@cornerstonepublishinggroup.com Lindsay Richardson (407) 351-1573, option 2 lindsay@kearneypublishing.com

www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x February 15 — 28, 2018 x 5 FOODIE FOR THOUGHT Dine Like a Dignitary Even Commanders in Chief Crave Comfort Food by Kirsten Harrington They may live in the most famous house in the country, dine with royalty from afar, and jet across the world in Air Force One, but when it comes to food preferences, U.S. presidents are just like the rest of us. Each one has a favorite comfort food or snack for which he is known. President Donald Trump has a penchant for potato chips (specifically Lay’s brand), former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt loved a great grilled cheese, and who can forget former President Ronald Reagan’s love of jelly beans? According to the Smithsonian archives, George Washington had only one original tooth left when he took office as a result of using his pearly whites to crack walnuts, one of his best-loved snacks. While Michelle and Barack Obama are remembered for plucking produce from their own garden and promoting healthy eating habits, George W. Bush may be remembered for indulging in cheeseburger pizzas. We have Thomas Jefferson to thank in part for the popularity of macaroni and cheese, for he discovered this tubular pasta served with Parmesan while in Europe and later served a “macaroni pie” at a state dinner. With Presidents Day just around the corner, why not use the holiday as an excuse to try something new? You might learn a few fun facts about history and find a new dish for the dinner table in the process. Just because you don’t have access to your own personal chef doesn’t mean you cannot eat presidentially. Here are a few favorites of past commanders in chief to get you inspired: Former President Kennedy’s New England Fish Chowder According to presidential archives, a young woman wrote a letter to John F. Kennedy asking him what he liked to eat. He advised his secretary to reply with this recipe for his favorite soup: Ingredients: 2 pounds haddock 2 ounces salt pork, diced 2 onions, sliced 4 large potatoes, diced 1 cup celery, chopped 1 bay leaf, crumbled 1 teaspoon salt Freshly ground black pepper 1 quart milk 2 tablespoons butter Method: Put the haddock in a soup pot with 2 cups of water and simmer for 15 minutes. Drain, reserving the broth. Remove any bones from the fish and set fish aside. Sauté the salt pork in the soup pot until crisp. With a slotted spoon, remove the pork and set aside. Sauté the onions in the pork fat until golden brown. Add the fish, potatoes, celery, bay leaf, salt and pepper to taste. Pour in the reserved fish broth plus enough boiling water to make 3 cups liquid. Simmer for 30 minutes. Add the milk and butter, and simmer for 5 minutes. Serve the chowder sprinkled with the diced pork. Mamie’s Million Dollar Fudge Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower was known for his vegetable soup recipe, which was often requested by the public and reprinted in various newspapers; however, it was his wife’s famous fudge that still enjoys a following today. CONTINUED ON PAGE 6 11444 S. Apopka Vineland Rd. Suite 101, Orlando, FL 32836 2/28/18 2018