32 x May 17 – June 6, 2018 x www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com CONTINUED FROM PAGE 31 International Diamond Society Award. This is the second consecutive year that George earned the coveted award, which represents the top 4.4 percent of all Coldwell Banker agents nationwide. n Turtle Creek Michael Kulich of Turtle Creek was recognized as the overall national outstanding homeowner leader of the year by the Community Associations Institute for outstanding achievement on an association board. Michael serves as president of the Turtle Creek Homeowners Association. During the past year, he oversaw multiple accomplishments at Turtle Creek to earn this award. Individuals were nominated by their community association peers, colleagues and managers as homeowners who go above and beyond to serve their communities. This year, CAI’s Homeowners Leaders Council selected 10 honorees, including one overall winner from more than 200 nominations. A recognition event for all winners was held this month at the CAI National Conference in Washington, D.C. n Windermere Turtle Creek Homeowners Association President Michael Kulich is named the Community Associations Institute Overall National Outstanding Homeowner Leader of the Year. Windermere resident Ronald Ziolkowski, aka Ron the Realtor, became the No. 1 Re/Max Realtor in the state of Florida for 2017, earning the highest award Re/Max can bestow, the Diamond Club Award. During 2017, Ron closed 168 homes, totaling more than $64 million. Among his other awards, Ron has been voted best Realtor by Ronald Ziolkowski, aka Ron the Realtor, of Windermere earns a Re/Max Diamond Club Award. Southwest Orlando Bulletin readers for three years. Ana Salas of Windermere premiered an original documentary, Unless, at the McDaniel Cinema Showcase. The event featured capstone films written, directed, produced and edited by cinema majors at McDaniel College as portfolios of their work. A total of six films, each approximately 20 minutes long, were shown. Ana’s film’s description is: After struggling to find a place to take her recycling, Ana examines what McDaniel College is doing to address sustainability and what others can do to help the planet. n Winter Garden Capa at Four Seasons Resort Orlando at Walt Disney World Resort was presented a Miyazaki Wagyu Council Plaque in commemoration of the high quality Wagyu beef served at the restaurant. On hand to accept the plaque were Winter Garden residents Ethan Albrecht-Carre, general manager of Capa; Gabriel Massip, Capa chef; and Fabrizio Schenardi, executive chef at Four Seasons Resort Orlando. Only eight restaurants in the U.S. have been awarded this Named a “Best Summer Camp” by Orlando Magazine LAKE CYPRESS SUMMER CAMP at Windermere Prep • For Children in Grades Kindergarten through Six • 9 AM to 3 PM (Extended Day Available) • A Variety of Activities including: Crafts, Field Games, Swimming, Sports, Dance, Cooking, Martial Arts, Drum Circle, and more! • Weekly Themes for Each Session: June 4 – August 3 • On-Campus Field Trips Weekly • Academic and Fine Arts Half-Day Mini-Camps • Discounts for Siblings and Entire Summer Early Enrollment For information, call 407.905.7737 (option 8), email: email@example.com, or visit windermereprep.com/camp. Register Online Now!
www.SouthwestOrlandoBulletin.com x May 17 – June 6, 2018 x 33 Winter Garden residents (l. to r.) Fabrizio Schenardi, executive chef of Four Seasons Resort Orlando; Ethan Albrecht-Carre, general manager of Capa; and Gabriel Massip, chef at Capa, are presented a Miyazaki Wagyu Council Plaque by Jake Wakefield of NSBA Foods. accolade, which represents the high level of honor the Japanese place upon the full-blooded Wagyu breed. n Et Al $7,500 grant to Cornerstone Hospice Foundation for its Cornerstone Salutes Veterans program. Cornerstone Salutes respectfully celebrates veterans’ service to the country while providing care Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista members attend the First Tuesday Social. The Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista held its First Tuesday Social. The event took place at The House of Beer, owned by club member Shelley Freeman and her significant other, Charles. The couple provided food as well as the venue. Although we try to ensure that all information presented above is the most current, correct and dependable available, we do rely on others for the source of our news. Therefore, the Southwest Orlando Bulletin and Cornerstone Publishing & Multi-Media LLC cannot be held responsible for the validity of the information presented here, nor does mentioning it constitute an endorsement. In Your Neighborhood news is welcome and may be mailed to P.O. Box 851, Windermere, FL 34786; or emailed to Lauren@kearneypublishing.com. ª Hinson Stephens (far left), youth services director of the Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips, and Rotary member Bill Spoone (third from right) congratulate the students of the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards — Ava Gowanloch, Joanna Fonzo, Alexa Forte and Alec Lacher. that recognizes challenges unique to military families. Central Florida Women’s League members awarded a SWIM LESSONS REDUCE RISK OF DROWNING BY 88%* DROWNING IS THE LEADING CAUSE OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH IN CHILDREN 1-4 YEARS OLD.** *National Institutes of Health **U.S. Centers for Disease Control Safety First Swim School teaches children as young as six months old how to roll on their back and float in case they accidentally fall into water. call 321-236-0240 ext. 5 visit www.safetyfirstswim.com 268293