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36 x June 7 — 20, 2018 x n Dr. Phillips Dr. Phillips resident Victoria “Tori” Torres performed as a narrator in Assumption College’s production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Victoria began her musical career at Dr. Phillips High School. She started taking voice lessons during her sophomore year, which prepared her for many recitals and competitions, including the National Association of Teachers of Singing competition. She was a member of the nonprofit Central Florida Vocal Arts Association and performed with Disney as a mentor of its Candlelight Choir. Victoria continues her singing at Assumption as one of the college’s vocal scholars and is involved with Chorale and Voce. Debra Andree, M.D., a Dr. Phillips resident and chief medical officer at Community Health Centers Inc., was named Center for Disease Control and Prevention Childhood Immunization Champion for her efforts to promote childhood immunization in the community. Dr. Andree was recognized for teaching staff, medical students and parents about the importance of vaccines. n Ocoee IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD Dr. Phillips resident Debra Andree, M.D., earns the title of Center for Disease Control and Prevention Childhood Immunization Champion. The city of Ocoee honored fallen soldiers at its annual Memorial Day compiled by Lauren Salinero ceremony held at Bill Breeze Park. The keynote speaker was Cadet Capt. Damarius Maxwell. Cadet Capt. Maxwell is a junior at Ocoee High School. At the age of 17, he is the youngest person to deliver remarks at an Ocoee city event. An Ocoee native, he is a third-year cadet in the Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. He participates in several clubs and organizations, including the high school singing group Excalibur. The Memorial Day ceremony was open to the public. The national anthem was sung by OHS senior Chloe Rogenus. The Ocoee Police Department Honor Guard presented the flag, and taps was played. Mayor Rusty Johnson and city commissioners led a processional to the Ocoee Memorial Wall, where a wreath was set in place. The wall is inscribed with the names of Ocoee residents who gave their lives for freedom. Elected officials recited the name of each fallen soldier. n Turtle Creek Turtle Creek resident Michael Kulich is set to begin his threeyear term on the Foundation for Community Association Research board of directors. Michael Kulich of Turtle Creek, president of the Turtle Creek Homeowners Association, was elected to the board of directors for the Foundation for Community Association Research for a three-year term starting in July. The Foundation for Community Association Research sponsors needs-driven research that informs and enlightens all community association stakeholders — residents, homeowner volunteer leaders, Thousands of veterans call Brookdale home. And we’ve got room for you. If you’re a senior wartime veteran or the surviving spouse of a veteran, the Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit* could be an ideal solution for financing your senior housing needs. Whether you’re beginning your search or just have questions, you’ll find the help you need. With Assisted Living and Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care communities**, there’s a Brookdale that’s ideal for you. *A single veteran may be eligible for up to $1,830 per month based on needs. Actual amount is determined by the VA based on eligibility. **Services may vary by community. Source: To learn more about how Brookdale serves veterans and their families, call (844) 300-2699. Brookdale Clermont Assisted Living Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care 650 East Minnehaha Avenue Clermont, Florida 34711 Assisted Living Facility # AL9139 Brookdale Ocoee Assisted Living Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care 80 North Clarke Road Ocoee, Florida 34761 Assisted Living Facility # AL9731 144255-SE Q2 Managed Corp-Southwest Orlando Bulletin SC © 2018 Brookdale Senior Living Inc. All rights reserved. BROOKDALE SENIOR LIVING and BRINGING NEW LIFE TO SENIOR LIVING are registered trademarks of Brookdale Senior Living Inc. Bringing New Life to Senior Living®

community managers and other professional service providers, legislators, regulators and the media. The foundation supports the continued success of common-interest communities by identifying challenges that can be addressed with reliable and actionable research and works closely with the Community Association Institute in strengthening community associations around the world. n Windermere Windermere resident John Sullivan joins Universal Engineering Sciences as director of Operations Optimization. Universal Engineering Sciences hired John Sullivan as director of Operations Optimization. In this capacity, Sullivan facilitates continuous process improvement of operations, billing, administration and project management for all of Universal’s 18 offices across Florida and Georgia. John holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration, human resources management from California State University Long Beach. He resides in Windermere with his wife, Trish. The Florida League of Cities recognized Windermere Mayor Gary Bruhn with a 2018 Home Rule Hero Award. Mayor Bruhn earned the prestigious award for his tireless efforts in advancing the league’s legislative agenda and helping to protect the Home Rule powers of Florida’s cities during the 2018 legislative session. Home Rule is the ability for a city to address local problems through and by local decision-makers with minimal state interference. Mayor Bruhn CONTINUED ON PAGE 38 x June 7 — 20, 2018 x 37