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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SOUTHWEST SPORTS ........................................................................ 5

LIVING WELL ..................................................................................... 7

Naturally Detoxify Your Body

Helping Kids With Allergies and Asthma

Reset Your Routine to Build a Healthier Lifestyle

THE BUSINESS CORNER .................................................................. 12

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREVIEW ................................................. 13

IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ............................................................. 25

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD ....................................................... 26

SOUTHWEST SERVICE DIRECTORY ................................................... 26

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SOUTHWEST SPORTS

The South Florida chapter of the

Huntington’s Disease Society of

America will host the Orlando Team

Hope Walk on Oct. 15 at Cranes

Roost County Park at 10 a.m. The

Team Hope Walk is HDSA’s largest

national grassroots fundraising

event, which takes place in more

than 100 cities across the U.S.

and has raised more than $20 million

since its inception in 2007.

Thousands of families, friends,

coworkers, neighbors and communities

walk together each year

to support HDSA’s mission to improve

the lives of people affected

by Huntington’s disease and their

families.

Huntington’s disease is a fatal

genetic disease that affects the

nerve cells in the brain and is described

as having ALS, Parkinson’s

disease and Alzheimer’s disease

all at once. Today, there are approximately

41,000 symptomatic

Americans and more than

200,000 at risk of inheriting the

disease.

For more information or to

participate in the walk, visit

southflorida.hdsa.org/events/

orlando-team-hope-walk.

Officials of the National Indoor

Soccer League named the newest

expansion team for the 2022-

23 season, the Central Florida

Crusaders. They will play at

Orlando’s Addition Financial

Arena on the campus of the

University of Central Florida beginning

December 2022.

A men’s and women’s squad will

be fielded and play home and

away games on the same days.

Both teams will be coached by

Tom Traxler, former Orlando

SeaWolves coach. The Crusaders

join the NISL Tampa Bay Strikers

as the second team in Florida to

join the league this year.

compiled by Lauren Salinero

As the battle against pediatric

cancer continues to affect children

and their families across the globe,

Runway to Hope strives to support

families throughout Central Florida

who currently are battling their own

diagnoses. With 1 in every 5 families

with pediatric cancer already living in

poverty, Runway to Hope’s mission of

not only seeking a cure but also providing

financial assistance to these families

in need becomes vital. Through

community events such as the upcoming

Sparkle & Shine 5K, Runway to

Hope fosters collaborative efforts

among corporations, local businesses

and philanthropists to raise funds and

awareness for these families.

The Sparkle & Shine 5K will take

place Sept. 24 at Harbor Park in

Lake Baldwin. Co-sponsorships for

the event remain available as well as

other opportunities to volunteer and/

or run in the race. Event proceeds

— as well as other various events

hosted throughout the year, including

Runway to Hope’s annual Spring

Soiree Fashion Show — go directly

back into the community through

the year-round Family Assistance

Program. Funds also go toward

bringing new programs and initiatives

to the three local children’s hospitals

in Central Florida.

For more information, visit

runwaytohope.org/upcomingevents.

Caroline Davis of Dr. Phillips,

a member of the Emerson College

women’s volleyball team, earned

the 2021-22 Division III United States

Marine Corps/American Volleyball

Coaches Association Team Academic

Award. Her team was also honored

for the Team Academic Award

Honor Roll, which recognizes the top

20% of team GPAs in each division.

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Davis, who is majoring in communication

disorders, is a member of the

Class of 2024.

In January 2021, the DeVos family,

Orlando Magic and AdventHealth

announced an enhanced, multiyear

partnership highlighted by a new

downtown, state-of-the-art training

center for the Orlando Magic, also

a destination sports medicine center,

to Central Florida.

The AdventHealth Training Center,

a 130,000-square-foot facility located

on a nearly 4-acre site at South

Division Avenue and West Central

Boulevard, is the practice and training

home of the Orlando Magic. The

site is one block from Amway Center.

Together, AdventHealth and

Orlando Magic are building an innovative

health-and-wellness model

that brings whole-person medicine,

science and research together to

optimize sports performance while

bringing those learnings to the

broader community. Leadership from

both organizations will hold a grand

opening of the training center at the

end of this month.

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presented above is the most current, correct and

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As you prepare your mind and

body for the cooler months, you may

be interested in detoxification as a

way of cleansing and eliminating

toxins. A typical detoxification period

may include fasting and a strict

diet combined with light, appropriate

exercise.

According to Ayurvedic practices,

an ancient Indian science focused

on whole-body healing and health

optimization, it may be beneficial to

detoxify. Consider these detoxification

steps from the experts at Buddha

Teas:

Aim for a Healthy Lifestyle

Before considering the specifics of

daily routines and phases of detoxification,

it’s important to focus your

lifestyle around healthy practices.

For example, aim to minimize stress

by participating in uplifting activities

such as mindful walking, meditation,

spending time in nature, or

other hobbies that put you at ease.

Remember to rest both your mind

and body, and get an appropriate

amount of sleep each night.

Naturally Detoxify Your Body

Preparation Phase

Take three to seven

days to prepare your

body for detoxification.

The start of your journey

should involve the elimination

or drastic reduction

of caffeine, tobacco,

alcohol and recreational

drugs.

Active Cleansing Phase

During the seven- to

14-day active phase, it’s

important to create and

follow a singular diet of

kitchari, which consists

of mung beans, basmati

rice, spices and vegetables.

As a complete protein

that’s easy to digest,

kitchari helps reset your

digestive system while restoring

digestive fire and

supporting the elimination of toxins.

If you’re looking for a place to start,

consider trying a few different recipes

online, or purchase from a natural

foods store.

If kitchari isn’t right for you, opt

for oatmeal in the morning and

steamed vegetables or vegetable

soup with basmati rice for lunch

and dinner. Be conscious of portion

control; eat enough for satisfaction

without overeating. Aim to finish

your evening meal two to four hours

before sunset.

Another important aspect of the

active phase is liquid intake. Drink

hot water with lemon juice in the

morning. Throughout the day, consider

a hot tea with bitter herbs like

Buddha Teas’ Detox Dharma Blend.

This delicious option consists of carefully

chosen herbs and spices that

come together to help eliminate toxins.

Other effective hot teas include

nettle leaf, dandelion root and dandelion

leaf.

Create a Morning Routine

To stay on track during the active

phase, it is helpful to create routines,

starting with your morning wakeup

call. After brushing your teeth

and other daily to-dos, try relaxing

techniques like sipping eight to 16

ounces of hot water with lemon juice,

self-massaging, taking a warm or hot

shower or bath, gently exercising

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Drinking hot tea with select herbs and spices throughout the day can help detoxify your body.

and combining these activities with

an appropriate active phase morning

meal.

Create an Evening Routine

Proper relaxation prior to bedtime

can help encourage restful sleep.

Avoid watching TV about one hour

before bedtime and consider massaging

your feet with herbal oil for

a few minutes before rinsing with

cool water. Drink a peaceful beverage

like a milk substitute mixed with

Buddha Teas’ Golden Milk, which is

developed from an Ayurvedic recipe

that provides satisfaction and comfort

while supporting the body and

mind.

As your active phase comes to a

close, slowly reintroduce foods like

dairy, wheat, soy, meat and fish.

Continue activities like gentle yoga,

walking, tai chi and qi gong, then

rejuvenate your body with hot beverages

like turmeric ginger tea, chaga

tea and mushroom tea.

Learn more about detoxification

and its benefits online at

www.buddhateas.com.

Source: Buddha Teas

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The weeks before school begins

are busy for families — full of shopping

for supplies and getting ready

for the change in routines. However,

if your child is dealing with allergies

or asthma, there are other proactive

steps parents can take to help them

have the best experience possible

this school year.

“Every time your child begins a

new school year, it’s a good idea to

revisit their allergy or asthma treatment

plan with a board-certified

allergist,” said Mark Corbett,

M.D., American College of Allergy,

Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI)

president. “You can make the most

of the new school year by taking a

fresh look at your child’s health needs

and exploring ways to improve their

environment to help them feel their

best — at home and at school.”

The following are some tips to help

your child have a healthy start to the

school year.

See an Allergist

If you suspect your child has allergies

or asthma, make an appointment

with an allergist. Board-certified

allergists are trained to help you take

control of your child’s allergies and

asthma, so they can live the life they

want. An allergist creates an action

plan for your child by determining

their triggers and helping them understand

what causes symptoms. Studies

show that children with asthma who

are under the care of an allergist

have a 77% reduction in sick days.

Even if your child has seen an allergist

before, it’s best to update them

with your child’s current symptoms

and review medications. Allergy and

asthma symptoms can change as

your child matures, and your child’s

growth may also impact their medications

and dosages. Schedule an

appointment as soon as you can.

To find an allergist near you, visit

acaai.org/find-an-allergist.

Communicate With the School

Especially if your child is starting at

a new school, but even for each new

grade, it’s a good idea to talk with

classroom staff, administrators and

the school nurse. Inform them about

your child’s current allergy or asthma

Helping Kids

With Allergies and Asthma

Returning to school and outside play can expose your child to allergens.

treatment plan and what allergens

are concerning for your child. Your

child’s teachers need to know about

severe allergies your child may have,

including pollen, mold, animal dander

(in case of a classroom pet), and

foods. If your child has food allergies,

put a workable plan in place

for home-prepared lunches and substitute

classroom snacks as needed.

Allergens can hide anywhere in

the classroom through substances in

the room like mold or pollen floating

in from an open window, outside

on the playing field, or even from

classmates’ clothes and backpacks.

Monitor changes your child experiences

after the school year starts

to determine if something at school

might be affecting their symptoms.

Speak to school administrators

about measures they might take.

Depending on what your child is

allergic to, changes such as keeping

windows closed on high-pollen

days, limiting carpet in classrooms,

fixing leaky faucets and pipes to

alleviate mold, and installing highefficiency

air filters could make a

difference. Let them know that mold

in the school can have an adverse

effect on children with allergies and

asthma.

Be Proactive About Viruses

For a child with asthma, contracting

any respiratory virus can make

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their symptoms more serious. It’s

important to remind your children

to follow healthy practices such as

frequent handwashing. Keep your

child home when they’re sick, and

make sure everyone in the family

is up to date on vaccines. If the

COVID-19 infection rate in your

area is high, consider having your

child continue to wear a mask.

Don’t Forget the Homefront

Heading into the cooler

months, it’s crucial to do a thorough

housecleaning and step up

any allergy mitigation measures

you may have let slide during

the summer. Dust and vacuum

frequently used rooms, especially

your child’s bedroom, then wash

bedding in the hottest temperature

possible. Also, make sure

to replace your home’s HVAC

filter. Putting these regular tasks

on your calendar can also be a

helpful reminder.

Find more helpful information and

resources online at acaai.org.

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and fall time!

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Life is messy and full of distractions.

How many people have

planned to go to bed early only

to stay up streaming their favorite

shows? What about scheduling time

to work out, then getting

caught up in work and

running out of energy?

Even when you’re highly

motivated, it’s easy to get

sidetracked. That’s OK.

The key is finding ways

to reset, bring yourself

back into balance, and

set yourself up for lasting

success.

Motivation is a driving

force for change,

but not all motivation is

equal. Some motivation

is controlled by outside

forces like praise, while a

powerful one comes from

within and is tied to your

values. For example, you

may choose to be active

because you love a

certain activity. When a

habit is personally meaningful,

you are more likely

to sustain it.

“Building healthy habits takes time

and dedication, but doesn’t have

to be overwhelming,” said Alyssa

Burnison, MS, RD, LN, and director

of program and nutrition, lead registered

dietitian and licensed nutritionist

at Profile Plan. “Incorporating just

one of the following tips can make a

world of difference.”

• Give yourself a break. The first

step in the reset process is to give

yourself a break. Life is hard, and we

all slip up from time to time. Forgive

Reset Your Routine

to Build a Healthier Lifestyle

Create healthy eating habits by preparing healthy meals as a family.

yourself; approach your journey with

compassion; and don’t waste time

on shame, frustration or guilt. You’re

here now and ready to commit to

yourself.

• Start the planning process.

Prior planning prevents poor performance.

Take stock of what condition

your habits are in. Have you

slipped up on good habits and need

to rebuild them, or do you need to

start from scratch? Do you have to

eliminate bad habits before you can

build new ones? Write down your

good and bad habits so you

can monitor them throughout

your process.

• Make motivation part of

your routine. Be sure you’ve

defined your “why” — the

reasons you want to build

new habits. Then, find ways

to remind yourself of your

“why.” Put notes on a mirror

or kitchen cabinet. Change

your phone background to

a photo or quote that motivates

you. Find any way that

reminds you why your efforts

are worthwhile.

• Start small. Setting a

large goal can be intimidating

and feel unattainable.

Instead, break larger goals

into smaller, specific steps

that will work for you. You

don’t need to hit the gym for

an hour every day to see results.

Start by finding ways to

increase activity throughout the day.

Take the stairs more often or park further

away from the building. Small

changes add up quickly.

• Link a new habit to an existing

one. The easiest way to make a new

habit stick is to connect it with an ingrained

one. Instead of just walking

to get your mail, extend your trip and

walk a few blocks as well.

• Cut comparison. Comparison is

your biggest enemy. No two people

have the same journey, and you are

sabotaging yourself by comparing

your progress to others. Focus on

reminding yourself how far you’ve

come.

• Make it exciting. Whether

you’re trying to eat better, exercise

more or simply build healthy habits

like better sleep hygiene, make it

exciting for yourself by trying new

things. Visit food blogs for recipe

ideas. Try a new exercise like rock

climbing. Build a relaxing bedtime

routine you can look forward to.

• Don’t give up too soon. It takes

time to build a routine. You won’t

create healthy habits by doing them

once or twice. On average, it takes

at least two months, and sometimes

up to a year, for a new habit to become

routine.

• Track your progress. To make a

new habit stick, you have to build accountability.

Make a plan, then track

your progress. Habit trackers will

help you monitor your meals, build

your self-care plan, and track your

progress toward your healthy habit

goals. You can create your own or

find one to download online. Profiles

can be found at profileplan.com/

profile-planner.

• Find support. Create your own

cheering section by asking friends

and family members to support

you. Make healthy recipes together

or go for group walks. If you need

even more help, coaches can be an

amazing resource for support and

guidance.

“Embrace just a few of these ideas

and you’ll be headed in a healthier

direction,” Burnison said. “You

can always add on as you make

progress ...”

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Now open in a new location and accepting new

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board-certified Medical Doctor specializing in

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high-quality Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and

image-guided injections for painful conditions such

as arthritis, chronic injuries, as well as hair

restoration and aesthetics.

Dr. Hussain has more than 15 years of experience

in evaluation and non-opioid treatment of painful

disorders with joint and spinal injections, under

X-ray and ultrasound guidance; Botox® injections

for Migraines and other conditions; as well as

performing specialized tests for muscle and nerve

problems (electrodiagnostic studies).

Dr. Hussain is fluent in Spanish.

You should seek a consultation if you have a

condition that causes pain and limits your function

or if you had a recent injury or motor vehicle

accident, even if you are feeling fine. You have 14

days to get medical attention after a motor vehicle

accident or your insurance may deny your claim.

Self-Improvement

The Better Man Event, which

originally began in Southwest

Orlando, now reaches around the

globe! Better Man 365 exists to

empower men to be in healthy relationships

expressed through consistent

community and meaningful contributions.

Each year, it seeks to inspire

men to become better.

The 18th annual Better Man Event

on Sept. 24 promises to be the best

yet. Keynote speaker Dick Vitale

wants men to know, “It’s awesome,

Baby!”

Better Man 365 has put together

a robust and diverse all-star lineup

of comedians, coaches, athletes and

icons who will encourage, empower

and equip men to step up to their

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responsibilities and become better

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Brazilian mixed-martial artist Vitor

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De Jesus, and Brazilian soccer stars

Kaka and Pato for a memorable,

impactful and powerful evening.

Men are invited to join a live, inperson

event at First Orlando on John

Young Parkway. The tailgate festivities

begin at 4 p.m., and the live event begins

at 7 p.m. If you aren’t able to attend

the live event, gather your friends

for a tailgate party at your home and

enjoy the live streaming option. Tickets

for both can be purchased online at

www.betterman365.com.

Those at Better Man 365 believe

that everyone wins when men can

get better in their most important roles

as husbands, fathers, friends and

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VARSITY

FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

Exception: Oct. 14 game against

Olympia begins at 7:30 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Lake Mary Home

Sept. 2 Timber Creek Away

Sept. 9 Apopka Away

Sept. 16 Windermere Away

Sept. 23 Boone Away

Sept. 30

Bye Week

Oct. 6 Lake Nona Home

Oct. 14 Olympia Away

Oct. 21 West Orange Home

Oct. 27 Ocoee Home

Nov. 4 Jones Home

FOOTBALL

ROSTER

# Name Pos. Class

1 Adam Guzman RB 12

2 Jashad Presley DB 11

3 Jimez Hamilton DB 12

4 Alfred Thomas LB 11

5 Bryce Durham DB 12

6 Amani Major RB 10

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FOOTBALL PREVIEW

DR. PHILLIPS HIGH SCHOOL

7 Seven Moorehead RB 12

8 Jayden Ayala DB 12

9 Maliki Wright DB 10

10 Justin Stith WR 12

11 Omarii Ards WR 11

12 Bjorn Jurgensen QB 10

13 Joshua Warren WR 10

14 Cameran Dixon WR 10

15 Stanley Anderson QB 10

16 Dearl Orr WR 11

17 Daryl Smith WR 11

18 Damien Jackson LB 11

19 Antawon Fields LB 11

20 Khemani

Battle-Williams

DB 10

21 Orlandy Larosilier DB 11

22 Kenorris White RB 10

23 Timothy Daniels WR 11

24 Jerard Smith LB 11

25 Samuel Owens LB 12

26 Josiah Benn WR 11

27 Jamal Graddick WR 11

28 Jermaine Graddick LB 11

29 Johnny Fudge III DE 11

30 Isaiah Brutus WR 10

31 Shadrach Emmanuel DL 12

32 Sebastian Louis DB 11

33 Jalen Anthony LB 11

34 Amir Defoe LB 12

35 Darrian Milhomme DB 11

36 Kramar Brown Jr. DL 10

37 Lance Remedor RB 11

38 Malik Vanderpool DB 11

39 Taylor Harris K 11

40 Samuel Clue LB 11

41 Brandon Johnson WR 10

42 Phynx Taylor DL 09

43 Clarence Gaspard DL 11

44 Darius Edwards DL 09

45 Tristan Burkhalter WR 10

46 Jean Pierre

Villavicencio

LB 10

50 Rayshaad Tillman DL 11

51 Nathan Burke OL 12

52 Darrell Harris DL 11

53 Avin Mortensen OL 11

54 Ryan Lopez OL 09

55 Kerwance Simon DL 12

56 Elijah Ledbetter OL 11

57 Chris Edwards OL 10

62 Ethan Santiago DL 12

64 Jaden Dorsett OL 12

72 Stanley Jean Louis DL 12

74 Payton Kirkland OL 12

75 Sione-Kiti Maile OL 10

78 Ali Munassar OL 11

79 Tyrone Sapp OL 12

81 Stephane Dorilas WR 11

82 Jayshaun Fox WR 11

VARSITY CHEERLEADING SQUAD

Madelyn

Keilee

Destiny

Bre’Yanna

Natahlee

Zariah

Camille

Phoenix

Serenity

Jade

Riley

Lauren

Nailah

Jae’La

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HORIZON HIGH SCHOOL

VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Freedom Home

Sept. 2 Lake Howell Home

Sept. 9 Colonial Away

Sept. 16 Poinciana Away

Sept. 23 Bye Week

Sept. 30 Lake Buena Vista Home

Oct. 6 Cypress Creek Away

Oct. 14 Wekiva Home

Oct. 21 Edgewater Away

Oct. 28 Jones Away

Nov. 4 Windermere Home

FOOTBALL ROSTER

# Name Pos. Class

1 Jack Maday RB/DB 10

2 Jacob Brown CB/ATH 12

3 Trentin Allen LB/DB 11

4 Jose Masonette QB/DB 10

5 Miles Watson RB/DB 10

6 Bo Kenney LB/RB 11

7 Michael Dove QB 10

8 Nick Grantz SS 10

9 Bo Wargel LB/FB 12

10 Devin St. Clair ATH 10

11 Mason Cruz SS/WR 10


12 Kyle O’Rourke WR/CB 10

13 Aiden Hamel CB 12

14 Evan Neville WR/CB 10

15 Talan Indasorn WR/TE 11

16 Andrew Harris SS/P 10

17 Pedro Pereira WR/CB 10

18 Vitor Silvarolli FS/WR 10

19 Daniel Porto K/P 12

20 Tyler Mette WR/CB 10

21 Hamzeh Ghassemi LB/FB 10

22 Izaih Allen RB/CB 10

24 Alex Tarquinio SS 11

26 Zachary Hoffman SS/FB 12

31 Cullen Cummings SS 10

32 Kaio Oliveira RB 09

33 Trei Ginn WR/

RB/LB

12

34 Brandon Cruz SS/WR 11

35 Drew English OLB 12

42 Matteo Lasorsa DL 11

44 Josiah Thomas DL/FB 12

45 Josh Walker LB 11

50 Teddy Powers OL/DL 11

51 Andrew White SS 12

52 Troy Dickenson OL/DL 11

54 Jayden Grimes LB 12

55 Gavin Thomas LB 10

56 Max Hurd DL/OL 12

58 Tanner Kramer C/LB 12

61 Stephen Brown OL 10

62 Samuel Robertson OL/DL 11

64 Ryan Freeman OL 12

70 Colton Bailey OL 11

71 Colton Sours OL/DL 11

72 Landon Bradley DL/OL 11

77 Evan Rienhart OL/DL 10

80 Nicholas Masias DL 10

82 Caleb Nellans DE/TE 10

88 Malcolm Maxwell DL 12

99 William Cintas OL 10

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Eliana Alomia

Isabelle Alomia

Aaliyah Anderson

Gabi Baez

Kaelyn Bellamy

Madeline Belshe

Treana Cannon

Ainsley Casbohna

Camden Cook

Kaylin Djoko

Laynie Farrell

Lidia Gilfry

Madison Guss

Alexa Hasher

Lily Kozlow

Jurney Kramer

Jennaya Marie

Emily McFall

Christy Neusch

Mia Noboa

Kyle Sinn

Paris Smiley

Reece Speidel

Kayla Statlend

Marisa Statlend

Ayva Tookes

Ella Thatford

Lacey Wilson

Sereyla Yang

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LAKE BUENA VISTA HIGH SCHOOL

VARSITY

FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Gateway Away

Sept. 2 Cypress Creek Home

Sept. 9 Freedom Home

Sept. 16 Oak Ridge Home

Sept. 23 Windermere Away

Sept. 30 Horizon Away

Oct. 6 Lake Howell Away

Oct. 14

Bye Week

Oct. 21 Poinciana Home

Oct. 27 Bishop Moore Catholic Home

Nov. 4 Colonial Away

FOOTBALL

ROSTER

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1 Mason Henrichsen WR 12

2 Tyson Tran WR/RB 11

3 Josiah McNair QB 12

4 Shadrack Estephene WR 12

5 Richard Garcon OLB 11

6 Saint Desir CB 12

7 Jake Lemiuex K/P 12

8 Fil Vital FS 11

9 Eternal Burgess ATH 12

10 Jordan Hatcher DB 11

11 Ramzi Maali RB/DB 11

12 Marcus Santiago CB 12

14 Brady Ruth DE 10

15 Josh Orelus OLB/DE 12

16 Erik Denico WR 10

18 Lucas Restrepo RB/LB 10

19 Fabien Joseph DB 11

20 Andres Romero RB 12

21 Alex Soto DB 11

22 Abel Gonzalez CB 10

23 Joao Soares K/P 11

25 Ramon Reyes WR 12

27 Jeremy

Carlucci-Harris

DL/

LB/RB

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29 Adrian Sardana LB 11

31 Gavin Peters DE 09

33 Sean Adekunle LB/OLB 10

34 Juan Vasquez DE 09

37 Caydon

Alexander-Sawyer

DB 10

43 Jesus Casamayor DL 09

44 Mike Youssef LB 12

47 Matthew Youssef DE/OLB 11

50 JP Alemany OL 12

52 Brian Allgood OL 11

54 Max Imber HB/

OL/QB

10

56 Samuel Joseph OL 12

58 Mohammed

Abusalem

DL 12

60 Andy Jolette OL 11

64 Ty Tehani OL 10

66 Jonathan Robinson OL 10

77 Usain Mitchell OL 11

78 Alejandro Manzano OL 10

81 Emmanuel Habashy WR 12

82 Raiden DeJesus WR 09

83 Jacob Suit-Collazo WR 09

84 Sam Gilles WR 12

85 Braulio Castillo WR 10

92 Jobson Alexandre DT 11

99 Zachariah Boujidi DE/OT 11

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VARSITY

FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Apopka Away

Sept. 2 Wekiva Away

Sept. 9 Evans Away

Sept. 16 Olympia Home

Sept. 23 Freedom Home

Sept. 30 West Orange Away

Oct. 6 Winter Park Home

Oct. 14 Edgewater Home

Oct. 21 Windermere Home

Oct. 27 Dr. Phillips Away

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Sept. 2 Oak Ridge Home

Sept. 9 Lake Nona Away

Sept. 16 Ocoee Away

Sept. 23 Bye Week

Sept. 30 Windermere Home

Oct. 6 Apopka Away

Oct. 14 Dr. Phillips Home

Oct. 21 Freedom Away

Oct. 27 West Orange Away

Nov. 4 South Lake Home

FOOTBALL ROSTER

# Name Pos. Class

1 Joey Evans DB 12

2 Xavier Tucker WR 10

3 Romelo Walker WR 11

4 Jalon Thompson DB 11

6 Allen Seine DB 12

7 Tyler “TD” Cross ATH 11

8 Julius Benjamin DB 11

9 Josh Evans WR/QB 11

11 Matthew Methven WR 11

12 Carson Rutledge QB 09

13 Jaheim Christian DB 11

14 Sincere Irvin WR 12

15 Nolan McClanahan LB 10

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16 Noah Johnson WR 12

17 Kamran James DL 12

18 Juan Gainous QB 11

19 Khalil Williams WR 12

20 Hershel Williams DB 12

21 Shazaar Roberts RB 11

22 Darrian Rangel RB 11

23 Jordan Posten DB 11

24 Eric Weems Jr. ATH 09

25 Amon Denau DB 12

26 Sam Feliciano RB 12

27 Jamaar Telusnord DB 12

28 Velson Seide SS/LB 12

31 Ronnie Ortiz K 12

32 Taye Spencer RB 12

34 Isaiah Deshommes DB 11

42 Offsen Dorelus DE/

OLB

12

44 Bennett Seays DL 11

50 Parker Moss OL 10

51 Kenneth Womack DL 12

52 Jonathan Jardim DL 12

53 Allen Henry LB 12

57 Jacob Gorberg OL 11

58 Jaheim Reed OL 12

65 Josh Shipp OL/DL 12

75 Malachi Brown OL 10

77 Jaxon Barnett OL 11

78 Dwayne McLendon OL 11

80 Williard Beard TE 12

88 Kindre Jackson WR 12

90 Xavier Wall DT 10

99 Brandon Dumezil DT 11

VARSITY CHEERLEADING SQUAD

Stephany Alce

Hayley Book

Ava Bullock

Manuel De León

Annalisse Duprey

Fiona Foley

Aniya Foster

Madison Gass

Ally Holmes

Kylee Itokazu

Ma’Kayla Johnson

Jayden Little

Kamilah Nocheherly

Antoinnette Nova

Jada Passuntino

Scarlett Russo

Alexis Sheldon

Saianna Souksanom

Akeili Sutton

Anna Weilenmann

Aria Williams

Brooke Zimmerman


VARSITY

FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

Exception: Nov. 4 game against

Osceola begins at 7:30 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Oak Ridge Away

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WEST ORANGE HIGH SCHOOL

Sept. 2 Apopka Home

Sept. 9 Edgewater Home

Sept. 16 Wekiva Home

Sept. 23 Jones Away

Sept. 30 Ocoee Home

Oct. 6 Bye Week

Oct. 14 Windermere Away

Oct. 21 Dr. Phillips Away

Oct. 27 Olympia Home

Nov. 4 Osceola Away

FOOTBALL ROSTER

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# Name

1 Jack Simonetta

2 Jordyn Bridgewater

3 Trever Jackson

4 Nathaniel Worrell

5 Jordan Castell

6 TP Powell-Chestnut

7 Alden Holley

8 Noah Nixon

9 Ceasar Massacesi

10 Sidney Rogers

11 Latorie Hollinger

12 Jake Oman

13 Larry Miles

14 Richard Polite

15 Ryder Bondurant

17 Adam Abuquta

18 Roman Massacessi

20 Dominic Madrid

21 Jessie Shannon

22 Thomas Harrington

23 Jamarian Robinson

24 Ivan Taylor

25 Donovan Lanier

26 Artavius Riley

27 Devin Jackson

29 Ayden Taylor

30 Zach Janssen

32 JP Powell-Chesnut

33 Thomas Jones

34 Anthony Alejandro

37 Chakai Scott

42 Jacob Scott

44 Bryson Furrey

45 Isaac Jones

48 Colin Russell

49 Sebastian Scott

50 Lemuel Robinson

51 Graysen Riffe

52 Chris Ficka

53 Chaka Scott

55 Brody Riffe

56 Brett Jenkins

60 Quintin Torrence

61 Elijah Mays

63 Bryce Czachorowski

66 Vince Shine

72 Jackson Adkins

73 Mason Gifford

76 Jake Underwood

79 Christian Gonzalez

80 Ryne Brown

81 Brandon Hoskins

84 Devonte Anderson

90 Luis Grubb

95 LJ Gunn

98 Nico Marti


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WINDERMERE

HIGH SCHOOL

VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

All games begin at 7 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 Colonial Home

Sept. 2 Freedom Away

Sept. 9 Cypress Creek Away

Sept. 16 Dr. Phillips Home

Sept. 23 Lake Buena Vista Home

Sept. 30 Olympia Away

Oct. 6 Wekiva Home

Oct. 14 West Orange Home

Oct. 21 Ocoee Away

Oct. 27 Bye Week

Nov. 4 Horizon Away

2022 FOUNDATION ACADEMY

VARISTY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

8/19 @ Masters Academy 7 pm

8/26 AMBASSADOR CHRISTIAN 7 pm

9/2 LAKE HIGHLAND PREP 7 pm

9/9 @ Trinity Prep (D) 7 pm

9/16 MT. DORA CHRISTIAN (HC) 7 pm

9/23 OCP (D) 7 pm

9/30 @ Central Florida Christian 7 pm

10/7 ORANGEWOOD CHRISTIAN (D) 7 pm

10/14 BYE

10/21 @ The First Academy (D) 7 pm

10/28 West Oaks 7 pm

11/4 @ Holy Trinity (Melborne) 7 pm

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VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

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All games begin at 7 p.m.

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26 West Oaks Home

Sept. 2 Seffner Christian Home

Sept. 9 Mulberry Away

Sept. 16

Sept. 23

Sept. 29

Orangewood

Christian

Bye Week

Orlando Christian

Prep

Away

Home

Oct. 7 Trinity Prep Away

Oct. 14 FAMU Away

Oct. 21

Oct. 28

Foundation

Academy

Akelynn’s

Academy

Home

Home

Nov. 4 Windermere Prep Away

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Southwest Orlando favorites!

FOOTBALL ROSTER

# Name Pos. Class 10 Iverson Perkins WR/DB 12

1 Derrick Callwood RB/LB 11 11 Santiago Suarez K/P 10

2 Ryon Smith LB/RB 09 13 Deaglan Crawford TE/DE 11

3 Minor Jones DB/RB 12 15 James McGinn QB/DB 12

4 JR Millar DB/RB 12 18 Trenton Brunson WR/DB 10

5 Trey Newsome DB/RB 12 20 Brad Mason DB/WR 11

6 Adrian Marayne DB/RB 11 25 Julian Anderson TE/DE 11

7 Grady Rewis WR/DB 12

9 Brooks Tulp QB/DB 10

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34 Cameron Case TE/LB 12

48 Sam Hebert TE/LB 10

50 Elliott Jamison LB/G 12

51 Grant Jamison LB/G 10

53 Austin Williams OL/DL 10

54 Gianni Moreno OL/DL 11

56 Josh Bandaru OL/DL 10

59 Cade Schrimsher DL/OL 12

66 Bennett Grimsom LB/G 10

70 Francisco

Camanducci

OL/DL 12

78 Henry Van Dyke OL/DL 10

VARSITY CHEERLEADING SQUAD

Allie Grace Benfield

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Britney Evans

April Folvarcik

Melaina Hale

Caroline Hodges

Katie June Lucas

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WINDERMERE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

VARSITY

FOOTBALL

SCHEDULE

VARSITY CHEERLEADING SQUAD

DATE OPPONENT LOCATION

Aug. 26

Father Lopez

Catholic

Away

Sept. 2 Lake Placid Home

Sept. 9 Melbourne Away

Sept. 15

Riverdale

Ridge

Away

Sept. 23 Pine Crest Away

Sept. 30

Bye Week

Oct. 7

Lake Highland

Prep

Home

Oct. 21 Hudson Home

Oct. 28

Orangewood

Christian

Away

Nov. 4 The First Academy Home

Emily Allen

Leilani Arojado

Lilyanna Basinger

Luiza Bossle

Sophia Apoloni Cassiano

Minjin “Stephanie” Cho

Lauren Diao

Manuela Freyre Goncalves

Yunlin “Elyn” Jin

Sarah Jordan

Grace Lopez

Sihan “Lucia” Lu

Krystal Merk

Nattalie Merk

Julianna “JJ” Monterroyo

Lindsey Naylon

Tianna Postell

Sidney Provencher

Victoria Pullen

Truc “Nancy” Tran

Eduarda Santos

Layla Seymour

Samantha Wilson

NAME

Armani Rahbarian 12

Maalik Duffy 12

Emiliano Laguardia 12

Jackson Bennett 12

Lorenzzo Giani 12

Manolo Cuadrado 12

Oliver Cowin 12

Sameer Siddiqui 12

Mason Williams 12

Welson Neto 12

Jake Croke 12

Francisco Ortiz 12

Ben Heath 11

Omoruyi

Alia-Otokiti

FOOTBALL ROSTER

Class

11

Braden Haas 11

Christopher

Sprauten

11

Ethan Morris 11

Khamari James 11

Andrew Grady 11

Nicholas Geller 11

Tyler Simmons 11

Omar Tabbara 11

Kingston Miranda 10

Jackson Berry 10

Sam Juhnke 10

Alex Juhnke 10

Noah Elkhander 10

Cory Oleyar 10

Daniel Bradley 10

Angelo Arrivillaga 10

Jagger Murman 09

Peyton Hollern 09

James Lawreth 09

Grayson Milne 09

Tristian Nguyen 09

Stephen Horn 09

Lucas Montalvo 09

Siler Moss 09

Dominick Edwards 09

Blake Kuhn 09

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COACH’S CORNER

“I am sure that we will have a great elevation from

year one to year two. We are bigger, faster, older,

wiser and stronger with the lessons learned from

season one. We are looking to surprise the masses

around Central Florida. We have a tough district on

our hands but look forward to the challenge. I am

very excited for everyone to see what we already

know about our guys. So, get your popcorn ready!”

Head Coach Dennis Thomas Jr.

Horizon High

“I am incredibly proud of the improvements this group is showing on a

daily basis. Last year, we would play six or seven freshmen at a game on

Friday nights, and around 45 of the 60-plus kids that came out for football

in our program had never played any version of the game in their lives. Our

numbers have grown, [and] the kids are hungry and understand the challenge

of building a program. They didn’t run from it — they’ve attacked it

head on. I expect us to be a much more seasoned, much more competitive

group this season. I also believe we will get that monkey off our backs and

get that elusive first win in LBV history.”

Head Coach Joe Rienzi

Lake Buena Vista High

“Our football team is looking to punch our ticket to the playoffs for the sixth

consecutive year. Part of our sustained success has always been the leadership

offered by our seniors, and this year we have one of the best groups of

seniors in recent memory. Our new district will be a real challenge with two

teams that made deep playoff runs last year, but we are looking forward to

the challenge and a great year ahead!”

Head Coach Leroy Kinard

The First Academy ª


n Oakland

Officials of the town of Oakland

announced the adoption of new

branding. The logo, created by

Alarie Design in close coordination

with the town’s Branding

Committee, features distinct ties

to Oakland’s past with a nod to

its future. Oakland commissioners

unanimously approved the creation

at their regular commission meeting.

The refreshed imagery, in familiar

brick-red tones, represents

the character and quality of life

that Oakland embodies. The acorn

graphic signifies Oakland’s connection

to its roots and commitment

to continued conservation. Acorns

represent seasons, growth, might,

humble beginnings, abundance,

prosperity and good luck. Over

time, the logo will be phased into

the town’s signage, website, social

media, stationery, vehicles, staff

uniforms and more.

n Ocoee

Oakland officials

reveal the town’s

new logo.

Ocoee resident Nicholas

Marotta was among the first

Peace Corps volunteers to return

to overseas service since the

agency’s unprecedented global

evacuation in March 2020. The

Peace Corps suspended global

operations and evacuated nearly

7,000 volunteers from more than

60 countries at the onset of the

COVID-19 pandemic. “Peace

Corps is an opportunity to transplant

myself into a different culture,

community and environment,”

Nicholas said. “Madagascar is

asking for American volunteers to

teach English, and I have always

been fascinated by education as

a creative opportunity. I hope to

make meaningful connections, exchange

stories and experiences,

work hard, and build and share a

love of language. After working in

U.S. agricultural settings for a year,

I am also excited to see Malagasy

approaches to food production.”

Nicholas is a Carnegie Mellon

University graduate with

a bachelor’s in design.

He will serve as a volunteer

in Madagascar in

the education sector.

n Windermere

IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD

University of Alabama

student and Windermere

resident Julia Kendall

participated in UA’s

Cooperative Education

Program during the summer

2022 semester. Kendall

worked for Ulliman Schutte

Construction LLC. In the

Cooperative Education

Program, students alternate

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periods of full-time study with periods

of full-time employment. The

program offers work related to the

academic major or career interests

of each student.

n Et Al

compiled by Lauren Salinero

West Orange Chamber of

Commerce ambassadors held a

ribbon-cutting ceremony for Advent-

Health Primary Care+ Windermere.

WOCC builds partnerships, strong

businesses and commitment to the

community by serving as the leading

business advocate in Central Florida,

facilitating opportunity to nearly

1,000 member businesses. For more

information about WOCC, call 407-

656-1304 or visit wochamber.com.

Southwest Orlando resident

George Indest III, president

and managing partner of the

Health Law Firm, was recognized

and awarded the highest possible

rating in both “legal ability” and

“ethical standards” by Martindale-

Hubbell, considered to be the

standard rating service for all attorneys

in the U.S. He was also

awarded the highest possible peer

review rating for the 20th year in

a row.

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

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n Charities/Fundraisers

Sept. 17 — Boots, Bowties & Bling

Celebration Golf Club, 701 Golfpark Drive, Celebration,

hosts Boots, Bowties & Bling, including a Southern-themed

buffet with beer and wine, live music, line dancing and a

silent auction. Time: 6:30-10:30 p.m. Cost: $120, with

proceeds benefiting the Celebration Foundation. For more

information, visit celebrationfoundation.org.

Sept. 24 — Sparkle & Shine 5K

Harbor Park at Lake Baldwin, 4990 New Broad St.,

Orlando, hosts the second annual Sparkle & Shine 5K,

including local runners who come together to walk/run

in support of children battling pediatric cancer. Register

as an individual runner or join a team. Requested attire

is glitter and gold. Time: 6 a.m. for check-in, 8 a.m. for

the start of the race. Cost: $25 per runner through Aug.

31, and donations from friends and family members are

encouraged. For more information or to register, visit

www.runwaytohope.org/upcomingevents.

Sept. 30 — CFCArts 12th Anniversary

Breakfast

The Alfond Inn, 300 E. New England Ave., Winter Park,

hosts the CFCArts 12th Anniversary Breakfast. Seating is

limited, and reservations are honored on a first-come, firstserved

basis. Time: 7:30 a.m. for coffee and networking,

8-9:15 a.m. for breakfast and the program. Attendees are

requested to consider a $150 minimum donation in support

of CFCArts. For more information, visit cfcarts.com.

n Children’s/Teen

Programs

Ongoing — In-Person Storytimes

Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St., Winter Garden,

hosts the following in-person storytimes for children:

Storybook Fun for preschoolers is Fridays at 10:15 a.m.,

Toddler Time is Fridays at 10:45 a.m., and Tiny Tales for

babies up to 18 months is Fridays at 11:15 a.m. For more

information, call 407-835-7323 or visit www.ocls.info.

n Classes/Programs

Ongoing — Knitting/Crocheting Classes

The Special Events Dining Room of Building C at St. Luke’s

United Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road,

Orlando, hosts Hearts to Hands’ free knitting/crocheting

classes. Yarn is provided, and all ages and skill levels

are welcome. Time: Wednesdays from 3:30-5 p.m. For

more information, call 407-876-4991, ext. 262; email

care@st.lukes.org; or visit www.st.lukes.org/heartstohands.

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD

Through December 31 — Virtual Fitness

Classes

AARP Florida sponsors virtual weekly group fitness classes,

including two types of yoga with QWellness and low-tomoderate

dance aerobics with Firebush. The classes are

free to the public, and times vary. For more information

or to register, visit states.aarp.org/florida/join-us-for-freeweekly-group-fitness-classes.

n Events/Performances

Through Oct. 2 — Visit Orlando’s

Magical Dining

Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining celebrates its 17th

year through Oct. 2. Patrons can eat a three-course

pre-fixe dinner at a restaurant for $40 per person.

One dollar from each meal is donated to The Able

Trust, which is helping expand employment opportunities

for people with disabilities in Central Florida.

To view a list of participating restaurants, visit

internationaldriveorlando.com/magicaldining.

Sept. 2-5 — Labor Day Weekend

Celebration

Promenade at Sunset Walk, 3251 Margaritaville Blvd.,

Kissimmee, hosts the Labor Day Weekend Celebration,

including continuous entertainment, a street market and

car show. Admission is free. For more information, visit

sunsetwalk.com.

Sept. 5 — The Australian Pink Floyd

Show: All That’s To Come

Hard Rock Live at Universal CityWalk Orlando, 6050

Universal Blvd., Orlando, hosts The Australian Pink

Floyd: All That’s to Come, a concert featuring classics

from The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here,

Animals, The Wall, Meddle and more. Time: 8-11:30

p.m. Cost: $35.50-$75.50. For more information, visit

www.hardrock.com/live/locations/orlando/calendar.

aspx?display=list.

Sept. 17 — Ladies Tea & Boutique

St. Luke’s United Women in Faith hosts its annual Ladies

Tea & Boutique, Celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee, in the

Founder’s Hall at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 4851

S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando. Festivities include entertainment,

a boutique for shopping, prizes, fashion show,

food and tea. The last day to purchase tickets is Sept. 10,

2022. Time: 1 p.m. Doors open at 12:15 p.m. Cost: $30

cash or check, $31 for credit cards. Proceeds benefit the

compiled by Lisa Sagers

church’s missions. For more information, call Susse Mabie,

407-923-8409; or email blessedtreasures@st.lukes.org.

Sept. 23 — Growing Bolder

Adults 55-older are invited to attend Growing Bolder with

Marc Middleton in the Founder’s Hall at St. Luke’s United

Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland Road,

Orlando. Time: 6:30-9 p.m. Admission is free; however,

registration is required. For more information or to RSVP,

visit www.st.lukes.org/growingbolder.

Oct. 1 — Best Of Challenge: Signature

Edition

Promenade at Sunset Walk, 3251 Margaritaville Blvd.,

Kissimmee, hosts the fourth annual Sunset Walk Best of

Challenge: Signature Edition, during which judges sample

and vote for the best three food dishes. Local foodies and

media vote on a couple of categories, too. Other festivities

include a live band, street performers, a street market and

car show. Time: noon-3:30 p.m. Cost: $20 for VIP Tasting

Admission. Spectators are free. The event is rain or shine;

no refunds. For more information, visit sunsetwalk.com.

n Miscellaneous

Sept. 22 & Oct. 27 — MetroWest Food

Truck Connections

MetroWest Golf Club, 2100 S. Hiawassee Road, Orlando,

hosts MetroWest Food Truck Connections, including food,

fun and music. Social-distancing guidelines are observed.

Time: the fourth Thursday of every month from 5:30-9 p.m.

For more information, visit www.metrowestcommunity.com.

Sept. 29 — Florida Music College Fair

Orlando Science Center, 777 E. Princeton St., Orlando,

hosts the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra, in collaboration

with Frost School of Music — University of Miami

and Florida State University College of Music, third annual

Florida Music College Fair. Attending students have an

opportunity to meet with representatives from top national

music and performing arts schools, college, universities and

conservatories to jump-start their college search. Time: 7-9

p.m. Admission is free; however, registration is recommended.

For more information or to RSVP, email info@fsyo.org.

Nov. 4 — Artist Application Deadline

The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens, 633

Osceola Ave., Winter Park, seeks artists for its annual

Winter Park Paint Out, a weeklong festival and juried

entry event that takes place April 23-29, 2023. Artwork

created during the week is available for purchase with a

portion of the proceeds going to the museum. Interested

artists must submit a completed application, along with

three plein air images (done within the past two years),

and agree to abide by the event’s terms and conditions.

No studio work, please. The entry deadline is Nov. 4,

2022. For more information, call Emily Coughlan, 407-

647-6294; or email curator@polasek.org. To fill out an

application, visit winterparkpaintout.org.

n Networking/Clubs

Ongoing — Members Wanted

The West Orange Women seeks females of all ages to

join its group for fun, friendship and philanthropy. Annual

dues are $20. For more information, call Mary Borgan,

407-929-3030; or visit www.westorangewomen.com.

Sept. 6, 13, 20 & 27 — Virtual

Toastmasters Meetings

Windermere Toastmasters Club No. 4662754 holds Zoom

meetings. Attendees learn to develop their oral communication

and leadership skills in a supportive and positive

learning environment. Time: Tuesdays from 7-8:30 p.m.

For more information or to request online Zoom meeting

details, visit www.4662754.toastmastersclubs.org and

click “Contact Us.”

Sept. 7, 14, 21 & 28 — Virtual

Toastmasters Meetings

The Turnpike Toastmasters Club holds Zoom meetings.

Time: Wednesdays from noon-1 p.m. For more information

or to register for a virtual meeting, visit 2362.toastmas

tersclubs.org and click “Contact Us” at least one day

before the event.

Sept. 8, 15, 22 & 29 — Virtual

Thursday Morning Men’s Group

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church hosts a men’s online

group with the Rev. Jad. Time: Thursdays at 7:45 a.m.

via Zoom. For more information or to register, call 407-

876-4991 or visit st.lukes.org/adults.

Sept. 8, 15, 22 & 29 — Virtual

Toastmasters Meetings

The Vista Toastmasters Club holds Zoom meetings.

Time: Thursdays from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information,

email vistatoastmasters.zoom@gmail.com or visit

www.vistatoastmasters.org.

Contributions to Community Bulletin Board are

welcome. Please send information six weeks

before the event to P.O. Box 851, Windermere,

FL 34787; call 407-351-1573, option 5; or email

Lisa@kearneypublishing.com. ª

Seniors Way, Inc.

Companion / Homemaker Services

407-340-4120

carmen@seniorswayinc.com

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