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Know Which Foods Are Safe for Your Pets
IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ............................................................... 7
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Improving Curb Appeal
Three Reasons to Consider a Metal Roof
Is Hardwood Flooring Right for Your Home?
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For most pet owners, animals become
part of the family. Pets spend
time with us, play with us and sleep
with us, but should they eat with us?
Dogs and cats have different digestive
tracks than humans, and though
some foods are perfectly fine for humans
to ingest, they may be damaging
to your pet. Even if a food is safe
to eat, some contain high amounts
of sugar, so you should only use
those as treats given in moderation,
not part of their daily meals.
Though these lists are for both cats
and dogs, keep in mind that cats
are mainly carnivorous while dogs
are omnivorous, so cats should only
be treated fruits and vegetables in
limited quantities. Also, these foods
are meant to be safe in their plain,
raw or cooked forms. Avoid canned
foods that contain excess sugar and
heavily seasoned foods.
Safe Foods for Dogs and Cats
• Apples are a good source of fiber
and vitamins A and C.
• Bananas are high in potassium,
vitamins, biotin, fiber and copper.
Treat in moderation due to sugar.
• Blueberries are rich in fiber, vitamins
A and C, and antioxidants that
reduce the risk of urinary tract infections
• Bread in plain white or whole
grain varieties are safe, but don’t offer
any real nutritional value.
• Broccoli is high in fiber and vitamin
C. Treat in very small quantities
as broccoli florets contain isothiocynates,
which can cause gastric irritation
in some dogs.
• Carrots are high in fiber and
beta-carotene, which produces vitamin
• Cantaloupes contain vitamins A
and C, beta-cartene, folic acid, antioxidants
and dietary fiber.
• Celery contains vitamins A, B
and C, and it can help freshen breath.
• Cheese is safe to treat if your pet
is tolerant of lactose.
• Coconuts contain lauric acid,
which helps fight bacteria and viruses.
Coconuts can also help with
bad breath and skin conditions. It is
safe to eat in small amounts, but may
cause an upset stomach in larger
• Corn is fine off the cob, as the
cob is a choking hazard.
• Cranberries are rich in vitamin
C, magnesium and dietary fiber.
• Cucumbers are a good source
of vitamins K, C and B1; potassium;
copper; magnesium and biotin.
• Eggs are a great source of protein
and can help with an upset stomach.
They should be cooked, as pets
can get salmonella from raw eggs.
• Fish oils contain omega-3 fatty
acids that help prevent dry skin and
are good for the coat.
• Green beans are full of important
vitamins, minerals and fiber.
• Mangoes are a good source of
vitamins A, B6, C and E. Mangoes
also contain potassium, beta-carotene
and alpha-carotene. Treat
in moderation due to high sugar
• Meats and fish such as beef, turkey,
chicken, tuna, salmon, etc., are
great sources of protein, and fish is a
good source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Make sure meat is cooked and all
bones are removed.
• Oatmeal mixed with water is
high in dietary fiber and iron.
• Peaches contain fiber and vitamin
A. Treat without the pit, as that
contains cyanide. Treat to cats in minimal
amounts as it may cause gastrointestinal
symptoms in some cats.
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Know Which Foods Are Safe for Your Pets
A Little Treat Goes a Tasty Way
by Lauren Salinero
a variety of
as treats in
• Peanut butter contains protein,
vitamins B and E, and niacin. Check
ingredients for xylitol, a sugar substitute,
which is toxic. While peanut
butter is safe for cats, it holds no real
nutritional value for them and should
be treated sparingly.
• Peas are rich in fiber and vitamins
A and C.
• Pineapples are a good source
of vitamins, minerals and fiber. It also
contains bromelain, an enzyme that
helps absorb proteins. Treat without
the outside peal and crown.
• Popcorn contains riboflavin and
thiamine, which promote eye health
and digestion, and a small amount
of iron and protein. Treat plain, without
salt or butter, and only popped
• Pumpkin that is cooked and
plain is good for your pet’s skin and
coat. Pumpkin also helps with digestion
and can help remedy diarrhea
• Raspberries contain antioxidants
and are high in fiber, manganese
and vitamin C. Raspberries
also contain anti-inflammatory properties,
making them good for senior
dogs. Treat in moderation as they
contain a small amount of xylitol.
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• Rice helps with digestion and can
remedy diarrhea and constipation.
• Spinach contains vitamins A, B,
C and K; iron; antioxidants and betacarotene.
Do not treat if your pet has
a history of calcium oxalate bladder
stones or other kidney issues.
• Strawberries are a good source
of fiber and vitamin C and contain an
enzyme that can help whiten teeth.
• Cooked sweet potatoes are fine,
but use as a treat in moderation.
• Watermelons are a good source
of potassium and vitamins A, B6 and
C. When used as a treat, use seedless
and without the rind.
• Yogurt is fine, but treat plain and
monitor closely to make sure your pet
can tolerate lactose.
Unsafe Foods for Pets
• Avocados contain persin, a toxin
that causes vomiting and diarrhea.
• Bones can splinter and cause
choking as well as serious damage
to your pet’s mouth, throat and
• Cherry plants contain cyanide
and are toxic. Symptoms of cyanide
poisoning include dilated pupils,
difficulty breathing and red gums.
• Chocolate contains theobromine
and caffeine, which dogs and
cats cannot metabolize, especially
dark chocolate. Toxins in chocolate
cause vomiting, diarrhea and possibly
• Cinnamon can irritate the inside
of your pet’s mouth and lower
its blood sugar too much, leading
to vomiting, diarrhea, decreased
heart rate and liver disease.
• Dairy products can upset your
pets’ stomachs if they are lactose
intolerant. Many cats are lactose
• Grapes and raisins can lead to
sudden kidney failure.
• Ice cream is high in sugar, and
some pets are lactose intolerant.
• Lemons and limes can be toxic.
• Macadamia nuts are part
of the proteaceae family, which
causes vomiting, lethargy, inability
to walk and affects the nervous
• Mushrooms bought in the store
should be safe for pets to eat, but it’s
better to be safe than sorry. Some
wild mushrooms can be toxic.
• Nutmeg contains myristicin, a
compound toxic to dogs and cats
when consumed in large amounts.
• Onions, leeks, chives and garlic
are all part of the allium family
of plants that are poisonous to most
pets. Garlic also causes anemia.
Delayed symptoms are possible, so
look for pale gums, elevated heart
rate and weakness for a few days
after possible consumption.
• Tomatoes that have ripened are
fine to treat, but green tomatoes,
stems and leaves contain solanine,
which is poisonous.
• Walnuts can be toxic.
• Xylitol is a sugar substitute that
Reset for Dogs and Cats
Digestive issues such as vomiting
and diarrhea are common in both
dogs and cats. They can be caused
by a variety of factors and are
normally a temporary condition. To
help settle your pet’s stomach, feed
this bland combination of boiled
chicken and rice after a fasting period
of about 12 hours. Adjust portions
according to your pet’s size.
Make sure your pet has access to
plenty of water, as digestive issues
are very dehydrating. If the issues
continue for a prolonged period of
time, are accompanied by blood, or
your pet becomes lethargic, contact
1 cup white rice
1 cup chicken, boneless and skin less
Bring a pot of water to a rolling
boil. Add chicken, and boil until
cooked through. Remove from water,
and set aside to cool. Combine rice
with 1 cup of water in a small pot.
Bring to a boil. Cover and lower heat
to a simmer. Simmer for 20 minutes.
Combine chicken and rice, and allow
to cool to room temperature before
Gregory Gumina of Metro-
West took part in Troy University’s
study abroad program during the
spring/summer semester. He studied
in England as part of the GLOL 8807
Practicum 2022 program.
MetroWest Golf Club, located
at 2100 S. Hiawasee Road in
Orlando, will host National Night
Out 2022 on Oct. 4 from 5:30-8:30
p.m. The annual National Night Out
helps to increase Neighborhood
Watch participation by promoting
the work that law enforcement officers,
firefighters, residents and businesses
do together to make Orlando
neighborhoods safer and better places
to live. For more information or to
inquire about sponsorships and vendor
opportunities, contact the Public
Safety Office at 407-473-2021 or
The public is invited to the opening
reception of a new combination art
and history exhibition — Le Florida:
Celebrating Florida’s Hispanic
Heritage — at the Healthy West
Orange Arts and Heritage. The
event is Sept. 15 from 5-7 p.m. at the
center, located at 126 W. Petris Ave.
in Oakland. The exhibition includes
paintings and sculptures inspired by
Hispanic heritage and created by
well-known Florida artists. Guests
have the opportunity to meet the artists
and purchase their work while
enjoying a flamenco guitar performance
by the Don Soledad Group.
The reception also features the Street
Fusion Latin food truck and light fare
from the West Orange Creamery.
For more information, visit www.oak
Ocoee native and Seaman Christina
Bianco serves aboard the USS Chafee.
Seaman Christina Bianco, a
2017 Ocoee High School graduate
and Ocoee native, is serving in
the U.S. Navy as part of the world’s
largest international maritime warfare
exercise, Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC).
She is an undesignated sailor
aboard USS Chafee, currently operating
out of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
A Navy undesignated sailor gets to
try many jobs on the ship before deciding
which career path he or she
wants to choose. Currently, Christina
uses skills and values similar to those
learned while living in Ocoee.
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n Silver Woods
compiled by Lauren Salinero
photo by Bob Peterson
Silver Woods resident Thomas Kelly
begins his journey at the United States
Thomas Kelly of Silver Woods
received appointments to the United
States Naval Academy, United States
Air Force Academy, and United
States Military Academy West Point.
He opted for the Naval Academy
and attended basic training, called
Plebe Summer, during the summer.
Thomas graduated from Olympia
High School, where he was in the
Apex Program. He is pursuing a degree
in aerospace, or mechanical
engineering, and is a member of the
Naval Academy rowing team.
Hundreds of Belmont University students,
staff members and faculty gathered
to celebrate the 2022 Belmont
Student Leadership Awards (BSLA).
This year’s event, themed “Lights Up
for Leadership,” recognized the service,
leadership and achievement of
members of the campus community.
Congrats to Windermere resident
Mackenzie Gimbel for receiving
the Emergent Leader Award from
the Belmont Office of Leadership
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photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Caylen
Winter Garden resident and Aviation
Ordnanceman Airman Josias Ridley
removes screws from an LAU-118
remote launcher assembly during regular
maintenance aboard aircraft carrier USS
Nimitz. Nimitz is underway in the U.S. 3rd
Fleet area of operations.
Winter Garden resident
Scott Cookson, a partner at
ShuffieldLowman in real estate law,
was selected by his peers for inclusion
in The Best Lawyers in America
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(2023), as published in dozens of city
and regional publications in the U.S.,
including U.S. News & World Report.
Since it first published in 1983, Best
Lawyers is universally regarded as
the definitive guide to legal excellence.
Because it is based on an exhaustive
peer-review survey in which
almost 50,000 leading attorneys cast
nearly 5 million votes on the legal
abilities of other lawyers in their practice
areas and because lawyers are
not required or allowed to pay a fee
to be listed, inclusion in Best Lawyers
is considered a singular honor.
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Florida Symphony Youth
Orchestra’s board president, Eddie
Fee Jr., announced the promotion
of Southwest Orlando native
Abigail “Abby” Goodin to executive
director. The FYSO’s 66th jazz
season opener takes place Oct. 8,
and the classical season opener is
Kudos to the following Southwestarea
residents on their recent
• Fairleigh Dickinson University
Metropolitan Campus graduates
included Asher Chaitoff of
6980, and Mary
chair of the
of Dr. Phillips,
for her valuable
Dr. Phillips and Eric Bunner-Sorg
of Southwest Orlando.
• Southwest Orlando resident
Basil Hamza graduated from
Shenandoah University with a doctorate
in nontraditional pharmacy.
• James Kayhan of Winter
Garden graduated from Rochester
Institute of Technology with a
Bachelor of Science in management
• Aidan McConkey of Windermere
graduated from Augustana
College in Illinois with majors
in neuroscience and biology.
• Lauren Mogg of Windermere
graduated from Baylor University
with a Master of Public Health.
• Missouri State University graduates
included Winter Garden
residents Nicholas Raymond,
Master of Health Administration, and
Salvatore Raymond, Bachelor
of Science in chemistry.
• Southwest Orlando resident
Cole Tatham graduated from Boston’s
Emerson College with a Bachelor
of Arts in media arts production.
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Taste of the Town
Steak on Fire — Brazilian Steakhouse (soon to be Steak Up)
407-440-2323 • steakup.com
7541 W. Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL 32819
Steak on Fire (soon to be Steak Up) brings the best of expensive, luxury
steakhouses with the price and speed of a fast, casual restaurant in a
pleasant, relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant has plenty of options on
its menu, including pasta, loaded potatoes, sandwiches, salads and, of
course, delicious steaks. Soon, the restaurant will change its brand and
logo to Steak Up; however, the food, service and menu will remain the
Join Steak on Fire’s VIP Club to get special deals and
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Amare at Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort
407-934-1609 • www.swandolphinrestaurants.com
1255 Epcot Resorts Blvd., Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Amare brings tastes of the Mediterranean to Orlando! The venue highlights the region’s bold flavors with seafood, citrus, olive oils, pastas and pitas. With a
name meaning “to love,” guests are falling for Amare, the newest restaurant at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin. The casual, upscale Mediterranean
restaurant features a menu that highlights the best ingredients of the region — seafood, citrus, olive oils, pastas, pitas and more. Located inside the new Walt
Disney World Swan Reserve, guests experience a warm atmosphere accentuated by handcrafted art and an open kitchen. The flavors of the Mediterranean are
highlighted throughout the menu and drink offerings, with an extensive Mediterranean-based wine list featuring several specialized wine flights with selections
from across the region. Amare is open for all three meals daily. Reservations are accepted. The restaurant is one of 22 dining venues at the Walt Disney World
Swan and Dolphin. With a variety of restaurants and lounges and a distinguished culinary and beverage team, the hotel continually earns national recognition
for its food and beverage program.
Contact Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Dining at 407-934-1609. ª
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for Your Home?
a Metal Roof
A Product A Product of the of the
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Your home’s exterior can say
a lot about you and your family
while also making a first impression
on guests and potential buyers.
Because of the impact curb appeal
has on the amount prospective buyers
are willing to spend on a home,
it’s important for homeowners to
look beyond simply choosing the
right siding color and consider different
siding materials and profiles,
adding accents like stone veneer,
and researching other exterior
upgrades that can both increase
beauty and deliver performance
In fact, exterior remodeling projects
typically top the list of projects
that add the most resale value to
homes. According to Remodeling’s
2022 Cost vs. Value Report, nine of
the top 10 projects delivering the
best return on cost were exterior
If you’re looking to sell or just
want to increase the overall value
of your home, consider these high-
ROI exterior upgrades from the experts
at Westlake Royal Building
Improving Curb Appeal
Exterior remodeling projects usually top the list of projects that add the most resale value to homes.
Products that can improve aesthetics
and increase resale value.
If replacing the front door isn’t
necessary, adding a fresh coat of
paint is a simple way to refresh your
home’s exterior. You can take your
“dated” door and make it modern
again with a bold, on-trend color.
Take it one step further by adding
artistic house numbers, a new light
fixture, or a door knocker in an unexpected
shape for inexpensive pops
Updating your home’s exterior
with vinyl siding yields a 67.2%
return upon sale, according to the
report. When considering new
siding, look for high-quality, lowmaintenance
on where you live, insulated vinyl
siding can add additional protection
against the elements as well as
increased energy-efficiency. While
function is important, don’t be afraid
to make bold choices with color, texture,
different profiles and contrasting
trim to make a true statement
with your home’s exterior.
For example, Westlake Royal
Building Products offers a wide range
of vinyl siding options in the latest
shades, including adding five ontrend
colors to its Royal Siding and
Exterior Portfolio lines. Inspired by
colors found in nature, the gray,
blue-gray, brown and green
tones reflect the latest trends in
modern exterior home design.
Both lines feature patented color-protection
technology to resist
fading, which is especially important
for darker shades.
Adding or replacing shutters is
another easy way to add a bit of
flair and can be a key finishing
touch in creating the perfect exterior.
With the potential to play
beautifully alongside windows
and siding as well architectural
style and surrounding landscaping,
it’s important to make
thoughtful choices and install
them properly to ensure they
look and function as designed.
Another exterior remodeling project
with a high ROI (62.1%), according
to the report, is replacing your
home’s existing wood deck with
composite decking. An option like
Zuri Premium Decking combines the
natural beauty and warmth of exotic
hardwood with the durability
and low-maintenance requirements
of PVC (cellular polyvinyl chloride),
which resists stains, scratches, fading
and moisture, for a deck that will
last for years with minimal upkeep.
Give your front porch an instant
face-lift by wrapping your existing
columns with PVC wraps. This is an
easy way to achieve a cleaner, more
modern, updated look. Resistant to
moisture, PVC column wraps prevent
issues found in traditional wood columns,
such as warping, rotting and
insect damage. Available in a variety
of ready-to-install styles, they can
also be painted to complement your
home’s exterior color palette.
Find more ideas to increase your
home’s beauty and resale values at
Source: Westlake Royal Building Products(
Family Features) ª
One of the most important considerations
for any major home project
is its return on investment. That’s why
experts point to metal as a solid
choice for roofing.
“If you’re looking for that
elusive combination of beauty,
longevity and energy efficiency,
metal roofing is a smart
choice,” said James Alpeter,
ProVia metal roofing marketing
manager. “It offers superior
performance and enhanced
curb appeal, plus excellent resale
value down the road.”
As Alpeter points out, your
roof plays an important role
in safeguarding your home,
protecting it from the elements,
and providing a barrier to temperature
extremes. With your
roof covering at least 60%
of your home’s exterior, consider
these advantages that
metal has over other roofing
• Longevity. Roofing takes a
beating from all kinds of weather
— rainstorms, high winds,
hail, harsh ultraviolet rays and
more. Materials like asphalt and
wood shingles are susceptible to
mold and deterioration, and clay or
slate tiles can chip and break. Metal
roofing is durable, long-lasting and
withstands extreme conditions better
than other roofing options. Metal
roofs typically last 40 years or more,
and their warranties are stronger as
• Curb appeal. Innovations in the
metal roofing industry have resulted
in beautiful panels and shingles that
look identical to traditional materials
to Consider a Metal Roof
but without the associated damage
concerns and maintenance issues
that can quickly compromise curb appeal.
For example, ProVia stamped
panel metal roofing features an embossed
surface that mimics the look
and texture of cedar shake and quarried
slate, and the horizontal panels
resemble shingles rather than the industrial-looking
standing seam metal
roofs. At the same time, this roofing
choice features built-in fade and
chalk resistance; a premium architectural
coating offering dirt, mildew
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Stamped panel metal roofing includes an embossed surface that mimics the look and texture of cedar shake and
quarried slate, and the horizontal panels resemble shingles.
and stain protection; and virtually no
material degradation. Bottom line?
Your roof will stay beautiful with
• Environmental stewardship.
Metal roofing can offer
significant energy savings
when compared to asphalt
shingles, helping you reduce
your carbon footprint and
lower your utility bills. You
can take your environmental
stewardship a step further
by choosing long-lasting, recycled
and recyclable products
as well as products that
are American made, which
require less shipping.
The decision to reroof
your home is a big step. As
you weigh your options, be
sure to select materials that
are not only striking but offer
durability, strength and
To learn more or get
your project started, visit
Esther Pelissier, ARPN-BC
Irene Gan, PMHNP
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Rachael Pittala, ARPN-BC
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There’s a lot to like about hardwood
flooring. It brings a bit of nature’s
beauty into your home, and it
goes with just about any decor — be
it traditional, contemporary, rustic
or a stylish mash-up. It requires an
investment of both time and money,
but when the dust settles, wood
floors are almost always worth it.
Whether you are thinking of installing
hardwood in a single room or
your entire home, here are some factors
• Your lifestyle. The biggest factor
in deciding whether hardwood
will work for you is your lifestyle.
Do you have children or pets? Are
there high-traffic areas such as a
den where you frequently move furniture
around for gatherings or movie
nights? Are you willing to put up
with dings, dents and imperfections
from a dropped soup can or your
Aussiedoodle’s nails? Or, are you
OK with a floor that reflects you and
your family’s life and history? If so,
then hardwood is worth it.
• Solid wood vs. engineered.
Solid wood is just that — a solid
Flooring Right for Your Home?
piece of wood, typically 3/4-inch
thick, that can be sanded and refinished
multiple times. Engineered
wood is a layer — ranging from
paper-thin to 1/4-inch — of highquality
wood over a plywood core.
Depending on the top layer’s thickness,
engineered flooring can be
refinished once or twice at the most.
Engineered flooring is both durable
and flexible. Manufacturers can
also build in features such as water
resistance, which can make this
flooring choice an option in moisture-prone
areas, including kitchens
• Appearance. Whether you
choose solid or engineered wood,
perhaps the toughest decision is
which species of wood to use. Some
have finer grains or a uniform texture,
while others may contain knots
or vary in color. Ask yourself what
look you are trying to achieve.
A light oak can create a sleek
Scandinavian feel, while a dark walnut
may suit a more traditional style.
Before you commit to anything,
bring home large sample planks
(don’t rely on a 3-by-3-inch block or
a single plank) of each wood you
like, and move them from room to
room to get a sense of how they will
look. The color in the store may be
different from what you see at home.
Place the samples next to furniture,
baseboards and existing woodwork
to ensure they don’t clash.
• Stability. It may sound obvious,
but hardness matters. The wood flooring
industry uses the Janka scale to
measure the hardness of a particular
type of wood. The test measures the
force needed to push a 0.444-inch
steel ball halfway into the wood.
At 1,290, red oak is the median.
Black cherry, teak and Douglas fir
rank softer; hickory and pecan are
harder. At 2,350, Brazilian cherry is
one of the hardest.
“If heavy use is a concern or you
have a particularly active house with
kids and dogs, you may want to lean
into a harder species such as oak
instead of walnut in your kitchen,”
said Brett Miller, vice president
of technical standards, training and
certification for the National Wood
Flooring Association (NWFA).
• Site-finished or prefinished. Solid
hardwood is available both without
stain and sealer or prefinished.
For unfinished wood, a stain and
finish is applied at your home after
installation. You get to test multiple
shades of stains, and the result is
a consistent color across the entire
area. One tip is to ask your installer
to keep a record of your color/
formula or to leave you a small can
in case you have to replace a damaged
area. Prefinished floors, on the
other hand, are stained and sealed
at the factory.
For either product, you’ll also need
to consider the finish. This ranges
from matte to high gloss. Some
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woods even come with an oil or wax
finish for a soft, hand-rubbed look.
Finish is really a matter of personal
taste, but you are more likely to see
imperfections with a higher gloss.
Several manufacturers also offer
texture options such as wire brushing,
which lifts the grains to give the
wood a 3-D look. It’s very on-trend
and hides a lot of sins.
• Local climate. Hardwood can
work in any climate, but you have
to take your location into consideration.
Wood swells in high humidity
and shrinks as humidity falls. Your
installer can explain how to mitigate
any potential issues. Homes in lowerhumidity
areas may need to a humidifier
run during the winter. In areas
with sticky, hot summers like Florida,
you may need air-conditioning to
maintain a more consistent level of
humidity. Miller said engineered
flooring is more stable and adapts to
changes in temperature and humidity
better than solid wood.
• Hassle factor. Make no mistake,
installing a wood floor is invasive
and disruptive. Even before
installation begins, wood planks
may have to “acclimate” to your
environment. That means stacks of
boxes will sit in your home for up
to two weeks, so the wood can adjust
to the temperature and humidity.
Existing flooring must be ripped
out. Furniture must be removed.
Unfinished wood must be cut to fit
and sanded, producing enormous
amounts of sand dust. Then, you
have to stain the wood, wait for it
to dry, and then sand and seal the
wood three times, allowing for the
finish to dry between coats. You
can’t walk on the floors, and some
folks are sensitive to sealer fumes,
so you may have to move out of
your home for a week or more. Even
though it also has to acclimate, prefinished
wood does cut the installation
time by one-half or more. Once
it’s down, it’s ready to go.
• Cost. Engineered wood tends
to be a bit cheaper than solid. For
example, 3-inch-wide traditional red
oak costs about 20% more than engineered;
however, the installation
costs are the same. ª
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Southwest Orlando favorites!
• Best Family Restaurant
• Best Fine Dining Restaurant
• Best Fast Food/Casual
• Best Italian Restaurant
• Best Mexican Restaurant
• Best Sushi
• Best Pizza
• Best Steak
• Best Seafood
• Best Wine Shop/Bar/Happy Hour
• Best Pet Services
• Best Fitness Facility
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• Best Church
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• Best Wedding Venue
• Best Child’s Birthday Venue
• Best Private School
• Best Real Estate Agent
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• Best Dentist
• Best Physician
• Best Veterinarian
To vote, visit www.southwestorlandobulletin.com.
The deadline is Oct. 28.
Winners will be announced in the Jan 5, 2023, issue.
Only one entry per Southwest resident allowed.
At least 50% of the online ballot must be completed.
n SunPass discount program
Gov. Ron DeSantis announced
the launch of SunPass Savings, a
new toll discount program for customers
who use Florida’s Turnpike
System and toll facilities owned
by the Florida Department of
Transportation (FDOT). It will run for
6 months and is estimated to provide
$38 million in relief to SunPass commuters.
Additionally, Gov. DeSantis
called on the state Legislature to take
necessary action during next year’s
legislative session so more Florida
families can benefit from toll relief.
“This program will help frequent
SunPass customers keep more money
in their pockets during a time of
growing inflation,” Gov. DeSantis
said. “Florida families who depend
on these FDOT facilities for a timely
commute to work will benefit from
these savings. We will, of course,
seek to enact greater savings for
commuters in the next legislative
The program applies to two-axle
vehicles and is available to customers
who use SunPass or other Florida
transponders with accounts in good
For more information about
SunPass, call 888-865-5352 or visit
n Grant provides new housing
The city of Winter Garden approved
a $40,000 grant for neighborhood
revitalization for West
Orange Habitat for Humanity.
This will allow WOHFH to improve
a minimum of 16 houses within an
18-month period in the east Winter
Garden community. The neighborhood
revitalization focuses on exterior
home improvement projects for
low-income homes and will allow
WOHFH to serve more families in
the community, with a holistic approach
for lasting neighborhood
The partnership between WOHFH
and Winter Garden provides the
opportunity for low-income families
to purchase their first homes.
WOHFH oversees the construction
of these single-family residences,
using sustainable materials and environmentally
friendly building and
landscaping practices. In addition
to its existing stalwart partners and
volunteers, WOHFH seeks strategic
relationships with other interested
corporations, churches and community
organizations to help expand
its volunteer and material resources,
and hence its reach and impact for
For more information, call
407-809-4111, ext. 105, or visit
n Yield signs replaced with
The Orange County Public Works
Traffic Engineering Division is in the
process of converting more than
3,000 yield signs to stop signs to
improve safety in neighborhoods
throughout the county.
The project launched following the
adoption of a resolution by the Board
of County Commissioners, authorizing
Public Works to approve certain
traffic-control devices to enhance
safety at intersections. Public Works
officials identified 3,358 yield signs
to be converted, organized them into
15 different groups, and has already
converted a third of the total groups.
The entire project, which started in
2021, is estimated to be completed
by October 2023.
The conversion from yield to stop
signs at regular intersections is a
safety enhancement for all modes
of transportation, including vehicles,
pedestrians and bicyclists.
n New Ocoee City Hall opens
The city of Ocoee and Wharton-
Smith Inc. Construction Group held
a ribbon-cutting and open house
ceremony for Ocoee’s new city
hall. The facility is a neoclassical
three-story, structural steel-and-brick
building with more than 46,000
square feet. It brings city services
under one roof, providing an efficient,
modern space for people to
engage in business with Ocoee.
The city, along with Wharton-Smith
Inc. Construction Group and HKS
Architects Inc., worked together to
create the vision for the new city hall.
The building is energy-efficient with
a reliance on natural and LED lighting.
With a “Health and Wellness”
theme, city departments have ergonomic
workstations, and each floor
has water bottle fillers to encourage
employees to use reusable drinking
cups to reduce the use of plastics.
A wellness room gives employees
a private space for breast feeding
or to take care of any specific
health needs. On the technological
side, the new facility uses the latest
videoconferencing and leadingedge
broadcasting equipment for
Ocoee TV, which airs on Spectrum
Channel 493. The building also has
a standby emergency generator
and is constructed from renewable
The new city hall is the centerpiece
of Ocoee’s historic downtown
revitalization. With a $44 million
investment in capital projects and
key infrastructure, the city is committed
to providing its citizens with
a vibrant, more livable community
while maintaining a high standard
For more information, call 407-
905-3100 or visit www.ocoee.org.
West Orange Chamber of
Commerce representatives held a
ribbon-cutting ceremony for Tijuana
Flats-Hamlin. 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
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West Orange Chamber of Commerce ambassadors celebrate the opening of Tijuana
WOCC, call 407-656-1304 or visit
Orlando Health was certified
by Great Place to Work for the
second year in a row. The award
is based entirely on what current
employees say about their experiences
working for the company. This
year’s certification was achieved
through completion of a culture audit
and survey of 5,000 randomly
selected team members at Orlando
Health and Bayfront Health St.
Petersburg. To qualify, a minimum
of a 65% average positive response
rate was required. Orlando Health
received an average positive response
rate of 73% across all statements
on the survey, and 74% of
team members who completed the
survey said their organization is a
great place to work, which is 17%
higher than the average U.S. company.
For more information, visit
Ten award-winning hospitals. More than 100 medical specialties. 14 ERs. 4200 expert physicians.
So many reasons to choose well. OrlandoHealth.com
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Windsor Hill residents enjoyed a community end-of-summer party
filled with arts and crafts, balloon figures and fun for the entire family.
The planning of the party was led by Stephanie Boutilier, social
committee chairwoman. Stephanie and her husband, Justin, along
with their two daughters, Maddie and Ella, moved to Windsor Hill
from Canada. She has since become an asset to the neighborhood
and is also planning the community’s Halloween party.
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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: $35 per runner through Sept.
21, and donations from friends and family members are
encouraged. For more information or to register, visit
Sept. 29 — Tour De Chamber Bike Ride
Home State Brewing Co., 16016 New Independence
Parkway, Suite 100, Winter Garden, hosts West Orange
Chamber of Commerce’s inaugural Tour De Chamber —
Corporate Bike Ride, a fun, recreational 8.2-mile bike loop
ride that includes paved sidewalks and a paved bike trail
through the neighborhoods of Hamlin in Horizon West.
Bike rentals from Wheelworks Winter Garden are available
starting at $35. Must RSVP by Sept. 23. Time: 5:30-8 p.m.
Cost: $30 for WOCC members, $45 for nonmembers.
One dollar from each ticket sold is donated to the West
Orange Foundation. For more information, visit wocham
Sept. 30 — CFCArts 12th Anniversary
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.
Oct. 1 — Fall Plant Sale
Nehrling Gardens, 2267 Hempel Ave., Gotha, holds
a fall plant sale, including a large selection of tropical
plants from its gardens and Florida native plants. Parking
is across the street at New Life Church on Hempel
Avenue. Time: 9 a.m.-noon. Proceeds support the gardens
and its improvements. For more information, call
407-445-9977, email email@example.com or visit
Oct. 12 — Purple Door Luncheon
Rosen Shingle Creek, 9939 Universal Blvd., Orlando, hosts
Harbor House of Central Florida’s Signature Purple Door
Luncheon Honoring Champions of Courage, during which
six local people/organizations are honored for advocacy
work to help domestic violence survivors. Time: 11 a.m.
for registration and networking, noon for luncheon. Cost:
$70, with proceeds benefiting Harbor House’s mission of
stopping the cycle of domestic violence. For more information,
Oct. 14 — Dave’s House Party 2022
The Acre Orlando, 4421 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, hosts
Dave’s House Party 2022, a Key West-themed event that
spotlights the impact of serious mental illness on the Central
Florida community and includes entertainment, food, beverages,
live and silent auctions, and more. Time: 7-10
p.m. Cost: $100, with proceeds going toward ending
homelessness for people with SMI through the development
of permanent, supportive housing. Sponsorships are available.
For more information, visit www.daveshouse.org.
Oct. 22 — Sunshine Foundation Gala
Omni Resorts ChampionsGate, 1500 Masters Blvd.,
ChampionsGate, hosts Sunshine Foundation’s 13th annual
gala, including cocktails, live and silent auctions, dinner,
entertainment, dancing, a raffle and more. Guests are
welcome to dress as their favorite childhood characters.
(No explicit or gruesome costumes.) Time: 6 p.m. Cost:
$175, with proceeds benefiting Sunshine Foundation. For
more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Through Oct. 2 — Visit Orlando’s
Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining celebrates its 17th year
through Oct. 2. Patrons can eat a three-course pre-fixe dinner
at a select 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,
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,
Oct. 1 — Best Of Challenge: Signature
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.
Sept. 22 & Oct. 27 — MetroWest Food
MetroWest Golf Club, 2100 S. Hiawassee Road, Orlando,
hosts MetroWest Food Truck Connections, including food,
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fun and music. Social-distancing guidelines are observed.
Time: 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 email@example.com.
Oct. 1 — Open House
Windermere Preparatory School, 6189 Winter Garden
Vineland Road, Windermere, holds an open house for
prospective families. For more information, call 407-
905-7737, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
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. All artwork created during
the week are 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 email@example.com. To
fill out an application, visit winterparkpaintout.org.
Ongoing — Members Wanted
The West Orange Women seeks women 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. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18 & 25 —
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. 21, 28, Oct. 5, 12, 19 & 26 —
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.toastmastersclubs.org and click “Contact Us” at least
one day before the event.
Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 20 & 27 —
Virtual Toastmasters Meetings
The Vista Toastmasters Club holds Zoom meetings.
Time: Thursdays from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
Sept. 22, Oct. 13 & 27 — Thursday
Networking Group Meetings
West Orange Chamber of Commerce’s Thursday
Networking Group meets at the Dr. P. Phillips YMCA
Family Center, 7000 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Orlando. Time:
second and fourth Thursday of each month from 8:30-
9:30 a.m. For more information, email Jim Zeitschel,
Oct. 6 — Retired Educators Meeting
Church on the Drive, 1914 Edgewater Drive, Orlando,
hosts a meeting of the Orange County Retired Educators
Association, which includes guest speaker Sara Trollinger,
founder and president of House of Hope. Anyone who
has worked in education is invited. Masks are optional,
and refreshments are provided. Time: 10 a.m. for social
time, 10:30 a.m. for the meeting. For more information,
call 407-843-6909 or visit www.ocreafl.org.
n Volunteer Opportunities
Ongoing — Virtual Volunteers Needed
RSVP seeks volunteers to help make masks for Cornerstone
Hospice & Palliative Care. For more information or if
interested, call Tyler VanBuren, 630-335-3084; or email
Ongoing — Volunteers Needed
The Foster Grandparent Program seeks limited-income
volunteers 55-older to join in helping children in schools
all around Central Florida. For more information, call 407-
298-4180 or visit volunteersforcommunityimpact.org/wpcontent/uploads/2020/01/FGP-Info-Flyer-1-13-20.pdf.
Ongoing — Pet Foster Homes Needed
As part of its Pet Peace of Mind program, Cornerstone
Hospice seeks foster homes for pets left behind after their
owners pass away. For more information or to receive an
application to foster, email email@example.com. For more
information about hospice volunteer opportunities, call
Sharon Smith, 404-290-1583; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing — Volunteers/Docents Needed
Oakland Nature Preserve, 747 Machete Trail, Oakland,
seeks adults interested in learning about the history,
wildlife, plants and restoration efforts at ONP to volunteer
at the preserve to greet visitors, help answer
questions and lead a tour from time to time. Workdays
are Mondays and/or Saturdays. For more information,
email email@example.com or visit
www.oaklandnaturepreserve.org/guide. To register online,
Ongoing — Volunteer Veterans Needed
Cornerstone Hospice seeks volunteers who are veterans of
America’s armed forces to honor patients who are veterans
by visiting them in their homes, a facility or a hospital.
Cornerstone Hospice is a four-star level member of the
We Honor Veterans program, a national initiative to provide
veterans in hospice care with specialized services.
All volunteers must participate in mandatory training that
includes an overview of what is hospice care and how
volunteers play an important role in caring for patients. For
more information, call Olivia Davidson, 407-206-5060;
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ongoing — Volunteers Needed
The Mustard Seed of Central Florida, 12 Mustard Seed
Lane, Orlando, seeks volunteers who can help with donation
sorting, mattress recycling, warehouse maintenance,
administrative work, special events or general maintenance.
For more information, call 407-875-2040, ext.
110; or email email@example.com.
Ongoing — Volunteers Needed
The town of Oakland seeks volunteers to assist in various
fun and fulfilling roles at The Healthy West Orange Arts and
Heritage Center. Applicants must consent to a criminal background
check. For more information, call Pamela Stewart, 407-
656-1117, ext. 2112; email firstname.lastname@example.org;
or visit bit.ly/artsandheritagecenter.
Ongoing — Volunteers Needed
My Brother’s Keeper seeks volunteers — especially adult
men (18-older) of color — who can serve as positive role
models and mentor boys and young men of color. For
more information, email Grace, email@example.com, at
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