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LIVING WELL<br />

O<br />

The heartbeat of the community<br />

ORLANDO BULLETIN<br />

December 1 — 14, 2022 | Since 1985<br />

2022 <strong>Holiday</strong><br />

<strong>Gift</strong> <strong>Guide</strong>


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TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD ......................................................... 5<br />

2022 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE ............................................................... 9<br />

SOUTHWEST ORLANDO HOME & REAL ESTATE..................................13<br />

Tips to Conquer <strong>Holiday</strong> Travel With Little Ones<br />

A Family’s Harrowing Experience With RSV<br />

IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD ............................................................. 16<br />

SOUTHWEST SERVICE DIRECTORY ................................................... 18<br />

PRESIDENT & PUBLISHER<br />

Rick V. Martin<br />

VICE PRESIDENT<br />

Yvette Martin<br />

December 1, 2022<br />

Volume XXXVII, No. 3<br />

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Lisa Sagers<br />

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COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD<br />

compiled by Lisa Sagers<br />

n Charity/Fundraiser<br />

Dec. 10 — Beverlye Colson-Neal<br />

Scholarship Fundraiser<br />

Jessie Brock Community Center, 310 N. Dillard St.,<br />

Winter Garden, hosts the first Beverlye Colson-Neal<br />

Scholarship Fundraiser, an evening of dinner and dancing<br />

presented by the National Congress of Black Women<br />

Orlando. No ticket sales at the door. Time: 6 p.m. Cost:<br />

$35. For more information, call 321-229-7688, email<br />

ncbworlando@gmail.com or visit tinyurl.com/bdepb36k.<br />

n Children’s/Teen<br />

Programs<br />

Ongoing — In-Person Storytimes<br />

Winter Garden Library, 805 E. Plant St., Winter Garden,<br />

hosts the following in-person storytimes for children:<br />

Storybook Fun for preschoolers is Fridays at 10:15<br />

a.m., Toddler Time is Fridays at 10:45 a.m., and Tiny<br />

Tales for babies up to 18 months is Fridays at 11:15<br />

a.m. For more information, call 407-835-7323 or visit<br />

www.ocls.info.<br />

n Classes/Programs<br />

Ongoing — Knitting/Crocheting Classes<br />

The Special Events Dining Room of Building C at St. Luke’s<br />

United Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-Vineland<br />

Road, Orlando, hosts Hearts to Hands’ free knitting/crocheting<br />

classes. Yarn is provided, and all ages and skill<br />

levels are welcome. Time: Wednesdays from 3:30-5 p.m.<br />

For more information, call 407-876-4991, ext. 262; email<br />

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

Through Dec. 31 — Virtual Fitness<br />

Classes<br />

AARP Florida sponsors virtual weekly group fitness classes,<br />

including two types of yoga with QWellness and low-tomoderate<br />

dance aerobics with Firebush. The classes are<br />

free to the public, and times vary. For more information<br />

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

n <strong>Holiday</strong> Happenings<br />

Through Dec. 12 — <strong>Holiday</strong> Toy Drive<br />

Orange County Mayor and Southwest resident Jerry L.<br />

Demings sponsors the 2022 Orange County Mayor’s Toy<br />

Drive, serving children and youth from infants through<br />

teens. The drive is unable to accept cash, gift cards<br />

or plush toys. New, unwrapped toys can be dropped<br />

off at one of 21 countywide collection sites through<br />

Dec. 12. For more information, including a list of<br />

suggested toys and gifts for various age groups, visit<br />

www.ocfl.net/toydrive.<br />

Through Dec. 16 — <strong>Holiday</strong> Food Drive<br />

The Hope for More Foundation sponsors the 2022 Anti-<br />

Hunger <strong>Holiday</strong> Food Drive and Fundraiser to help families<br />

in need of emergency assistance in efforts to alleviate food<br />

insecurity in the Central Florida community. For donations,<br />

drop-off locations and to view an Amazon wish list of<br />

items, visit www.kendricklawgroup.com/anti-hunger. For<br />

more information about Hope Helps Food Pantry, visit<br />

www.hopehelps.org.<br />

Through Dec. 23 — The Office<br />

Party Musical Extravaganza Show<br />

Performances<br />

Renaissance Theatre Company presents performances of<br />

The Office Party Musical Extravaganza Show at The Ren,<br />

415 E. Princeton St., Orlando, on select nights. Cost:<br />

$30. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit<br />

www.rentheatre.com.<br />

Through Jan. 1 — Night Of A Million<br />

Lights<br />

Island H2O Water Park, 3230 Inspiration Drive,<br />

Kissimmee, hosts Night of a Million Lights, including<br />

family activities, live entertainment, festive food and beverages<br />

available for purchase, DJ Jack Frost’s Ice Block<br />

Party, a life-sized snow globe, winter wonderland with<br />

millions of lights, and more. Time: 6-10 p.m. or 6-11<br />

p.m. nightly. Ticket prices start at $30 for adults and $15<br />

for kids 3-17, with proceeds benefiting Give Kids The<br />

World Village. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied<br />

by a parent or guardian. For more information, visit<br />

www.gktw.org/lights.<br />

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Through Jan. 1 — Dazzling Lights<br />

Harry P. Leu Gardens, 1920 N. Forest Ave., Orlando,<br />

presents the third annual Dazzling Lights, a family-friendly<br />

event that gives guests the opportunity to embark on a<br />

three-quarter-mile, interactive holiday experience. Activities<br />

include a million lights, meet-and-greet characters in the<br />

Ice Castle, a yeti play area for children, 40-foot-diameter<br />

snow dome with swirling snow, and more. This year,<br />

guests choose their own adventures. Timed entry takes<br />

place from 5:30-9 p.m. Cost: $55 for premium tickets<br />

that include access to an outdoor lounge, $25 for adults,<br />

$22 for children 3-13. On-site parking is available for a<br />

small fee. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit<br />

www.dazzlingorlando.com.<br />

Through Jan. 6 — Among The Oaks<br />

The Healthy West Orange Arts and Heritage Center,<br />

126 W. Petris Ave., Oakland, hosts Among the Oaks,<br />

an art exhibition featuring the works of 49 Florida<br />

artists. An open house is held Dec. 3 from 3-6 p.m.,<br />

during which art is available for purchase and can be<br />

picked up at the conclusion of the show. Guests have an<br />

opportunity to vote for their favorite decorated Christmas<br />

tree. Voting ends Jan. 3. The center is open Wednesday-<br />

Friday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, visit<br />

www.oaklandfl.gov/artsandheritage.<br />

Dec. 3 — Santa’s Lane<br />

Oakland Town Center, 230 N. Tubb St., Oakland,<br />

hosts Santa’s Lane, presented by Duke Energy and<br />

including an alpine slide, snow flurries, food trucks,<br />

music, a photo-op with Santa, arts and crafts and<br />

more. Time: 3-6 p.m. For more information, visit<br />

oaklandfl.gov/civicalerts.aspx?AID=487.<br />

Dec. 4 — <strong>Holiday</strong> Pops Concert<br />

Winter Park’s Central Park Main Stage hosts Orlando<br />

Philharmonic’s free <strong>Holiday</strong> Pops concert. Attendees should<br />

bring a blanket and picnic. Time: 5 p.m. For more information,<br />

call 407-599-3342.<br />

Dec. 9 — Christmas With The Basilica<br />

Choir<br />

The Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen<br />

of the Universe, 8300 Vineland Ave., Orlando, presents<br />

Christmas With the Basilica Choir, an annual<br />

tradition of Advent and Christmas music with a<br />

popular audience sing-a-long to favorite holiday<br />

tunes. Arrive early for the best seats. Time: 7:30 p.m.<br />

For more information, call 407-239-6600 or visit<br />

maryqueenoftheuniverse.org.<br />

Dec. 9, 16 & 23 — <strong>Holiday</strong> Movies At<br />

Lake Eola Park<br />

Downtown Orlando’s Lake Eola Park offers free viewings<br />

of the following holiday movies: Dec. 9, The<br />

Nightmare Before Christmas on the East Lawn; Dec. 16,<br />

Four Christmases at the Walt Disney Amphitheater; and<br />

Dec. 23, The Grinch at the Walt Disney Amphitheater.<br />

Attendees should bring blankets, chairs and snacks for<br />

the entire family. All viewings begin at 7 p.m. For more<br />

information, visit www.downtownorlando.com/fun/thingsto-do/downtown-for-the-holidays.<br />

Dec. 10 — <strong>Holiday</strong> Amaryllis Festival<br />

Nehrling Gardens, a Florida Heritage Landmark, 2267<br />

Hempel Ave., Gotha, hosts the 11th annual <strong>Holiday</strong><br />

Amaryllis Festival, a free nature-themed community<br />

event. Activities include rare amaryllis bulbs for sale,<br />

nature-themed vendors, food, music and crafts for children.<br />

Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For more information, call<br />

407-445-9977, email info@nehrlinggardens.org or visit<br />

www.nehrlinggardens.org.<br />

Dec. 10 — Jolly Jamboree<br />

The Withers-Maguire House, 16 E. Oakland Ave. in downtown<br />

Ocoee, hosts the Jolly Jamboree, including the lighting<br />

of the holiday tree. Time: 5-9 p.m. Admission is free. For<br />

more information, call 407-905-3180 or visit ocoee.org.<br />

Dec. 10 & 11 — I’ll Be Home For<br />

Christmas Performances<br />

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-<br />

Vineland Road, Orlando, presents performances of I’ll<br />

Be Home for Christmas. Time: Saturday at 5:30 p.m.<br />

and 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 5:30 p.m. Cost: $12 for<br />

adults, $6 for children under 12. For more information,<br />

visit www.st.lukes.org/christmasconcert.<br />

Dec. 11 — MetroWest WinterFest<br />

MetroWest Golf Club, 2100 S. Hiawassee Road, Orlando,<br />

hosts the ninth annual MetroWest WinterFest, presented by<br />

Orlando Health and including free photos with Santa and<br />

Mrs. Claus; a 16-ton snow slide and play area; holidaythemed<br />

performances by MetroWest and Westpointe<br />

elementary schools; a merry-go-round, bungee bouncer<br />

and ballistic swing carnival ride; face painters; horse and<br />

carriage rides; a food truck zone; vendors and more. Pets<br />

and coolers are not allowed. Time: 3-7 p.m. Admission<br />

is free. The event benefits Edgewood Children’s Ranch.<br />

For more information, visit www.metrowestcommunity.com.<br />

Dec. 11 — Miracle At Mead Concert<br />

The Grove at Mead Botanical Garden, 1300 S. Denning<br />

Drive, Winter Park, hosts Florida Symphony Youth<br />

Orchestra’s 66th season Miracle at Mead concert, featuring<br />

six FSYO ensembles. Time: 3 p.m. Cost: $15, general<br />

admission. Special pricing is available for children,<br />

students, seniors (55+) and military patrons. For more<br />

information or to purchase tickets, visit www.fsyo.org.<br />

Dec. 18 — Blue Christmas Worship<br />

Service<br />

The Sanctuary at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 4851<br />

S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, hosts the Blue Christmas<br />

Worship Service, a time of reflection, hope and healing for<br />

anyone who has experienced a loss, whether a loved one,<br />

job, divorce, etc. Time: 4:30 p.m. For more information,<br />

visit www.st.lukes.org/bluechristmas or www.st.lukes.org.<br />

Dec. 18 — Chanukah On The Park<br />

Central Park in Winter Park hosts Chabad of Greater<br />

Orlando’s Chanukah on the Park, including entertainment,<br />

children’s activities, food and a grand menorah lighting. Time:<br />

5-7 p.m. For more information, visit chabadorlando.org.<br />

Dec. 23 & 24 — Christmas Worship<br />

Services<br />

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 4851 S. Apopka-<br />

Vineland Road, Orlando, offers a variety of Christmas<br />

worship services at select times. For more information,<br />

visit www.st.lukes.org/christmaseve.<br />

Please<br />

check our<br />

website<br />

for holiday<br />

hours


n Networking/Clubs<br />

Ongoing — Members Wanted<br />

The West Orange Women seeks females of all<br />

ages to join its group for fun, friendship and philanthropy.<br />

Annual dues are $20. For more information,<br />

call Mary Borgan, 407-929-3030; or visit<br />

www.westorangewomen.com.<br />

Dec. 6, 13, 20 & 27 — Virtual<br />

Toastmasters Meetings<br />

Windermere Toastmasters Club No. 4662754 holds<br />

Zoom meetings. Attendees learn to develop their<br />

oral communication and leadership skills in a supportive<br />

and positive learning environment. Time:<br />

Tuesdays from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information<br />

or to request online Zoom meeting details, visit<br />

www.4662754.toastmastersclubs.org and click<br />

“Contact Us.”<br />

Dec. 7, 14, 21 & 28 — Virtual<br />

Toastmasters Meetings<br />

The Turnpike Toastmasters Club holds Zoom meetings.<br />

Time: Wednesdays from noon-1 p.m. For more<br />

information or to register for a virtual meeting, visit<br />

2362.toastmastersclubs.org and click “Contact Us” at<br />

least one day before the event.<br />

Dec. 8, 15, 22 & 29 — Virtual Thursday<br />

Morning Men’s Group<br />

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church hosts a men’s online<br />

group with the Rev. Jad. Time: Thursdays at 7:45 a.m.<br />

via Zoom. For more information or to register, call 407-<br />

876-4991 or visit st.lukes.org/adults.<br />

Dec. 8, 15, 22 & 29 — Virtual<br />

Toastmasters Meetings<br />

The Vista Toastmasters Club holds Zoom meetings.<br />

Time: Thursdays from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information,<br />

email vistatoastmasters.zoom@gmail.com or visit<br />

www.vistatoastmasters.org.<br />

n Support Group<br />

Ongoing — Hope For Hurting Parents<br />

Support Group Meetings<br />

The Parish Life Center at Holy Family Catholic Church, 5125<br />

S. Apopka-Vineland Road, Orlando, hosts Hope for Hurting<br />

Parents support group meetings for parents, grandparents,<br />

aunts, uncles, etc., who have children of any age who struggle<br />

with mental health issues, self-harm, eating disorders, substance<br />

abuse, gender confusion, suicidal thoughts and more.<br />

Time: first and third Monday of each month from 6-8 p.m. For<br />

more information, email Beth Denhof, bethdenhof@msn.com,<br />

or call her at 407-399-5872; or email Kelly Muscaro,<br />

kkmuscaro@aol.com, or call her at 407-963-5277. For more<br />

information, including resources and book recommendations,<br />

visit www.hopeforhurtingparents.com.<br />

Contributions to Community Bulletin Board are<br />

welcome. Please send information six weeks<br />

before the event to P.O. Box 851, Windermere,<br />

FL 34787; call 407-351-1573, option 5; or email<br />

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2022<br />

It’s December, and the race<br />

is on for Southwest residents to<br />

find amazing holiday gifts for the<br />

people on their lists. The final installment<br />

of Southwest Orlando<br />

Bulletin’s <strong>Holiday</strong> <strong>Gift</strong> <strong>Guide</strong> provides<br />

a comprehensive listing of<br />

various local businesses as well as<br />

gift ideas — from always-handy<br />

gift cards to health and holiday<br />

festivities, and more — that are<br />

sure to please everyone this holiday<br />

season.<br />

Downtown<br />

Winter Garden<br />

Downtown Winter Garden is<br />

just the place to make merry memories.<br />

The historic area is transformed<br />

into a winter wonderland from Dec.<br />

2-Jan. 8. Enjoy free holiday events,<br />

live music and entertainment, festive<br />

light displays and decorations,<br />

themed photo stations and more!<br />

Unique stores provide one-stop shopping<br />

to find special gifts, and outdoor<br />

patios are ideal to soak in the holiday<br />

ambiance and enjoy local cuisine.<br />

Visit www.downtownwg.com<br />

for more information.<br />

Hemisphere<br />

Restaurant<br />

Hemisphere Restaurant, located<br />

on the ninth floor of the Hyatt<br />

Regency Orlando Airport at 9300<br />

Jeff Fuqua Blvd. in Orlando, presents<br />

its Winter Wine Dinner, featuring a<br />

variety of BV Wines, on Dec. 9. The<br />

reception begins at 7 p.m., and dinner<br />

is served at 7:30 p.m. The restaurant<br />

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also offers private dining for up to 24<br />

people and availability for holiday<br />

dining or special events. Restaurant<br />

buyouts are also available. For more<br />

information or to make a reservation,<br />

call Arlene at 407-825-1315 or email<br />

arlene.diel@hyatt.com. Valet parking<br />

is complimentary.<br />

Naples Soap Co.<br />

Whether you are vacationing in<br />

the area or a year-round resident,<br />

you’re sure to enjoy Naples Soap<br />

Co., a fun, coastal-inspired, upscale<br />

retail experience, where you can<br />

see, feel and smell the company’s<br />

high-quality skin and hair care products.<br />

With a passion for health, wellness<br />

and natural ingredients, you’ll<br />

find an amazing selection of holiday<br />

gift sets, stocking stuffers and<br />

hostess gifts. Naples Soap Co. is<br />

located at the Promenade at Sunset<br />

Walk in Kissimmee, 3231 Margarita<br />

Blvd., Unit J180. Operating hours<br />

are Sunday-Thursday from 11 a.m.-<br />

10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday<br />

from 11 a.m.-11 p.m. For more information,<br />

call 407-369-6114 or visit<br />

www.naplessoap.com.<br />

Nehrling<br />

Gardens<br />

Historic Nehrling Gardens,<br />

located at 2267 Hempel Ave. in<br />

Gotha, holds its <strong>Holiday</strong> Amaryllis<br />

Festival, including fun activities<br />

for the entire family, Dec. 10 from<br />

9 a.m.-3 p.m. Festivities include<br />

holiday music, food, a variety of<br />

amaryllis, a nature-themed popup<br />

market, an owls and birds of<br />

prey experience, children’s ecoactivities,<br />

holiday photo-ops with<br />

Santa, and more. Admission is<br />

free. For more information, visit<br />

www.nehrlinggardens.org.<br />

Promenade —<br />

Sunset Walk<br />

Join Promenade — Sunset<br />

Walk, located at 3251 Margaritaville<br />

Blvd. in Kissimmee, for Rocking New<br />

Year 2023 — The Experience. Central<br />

Florida’s most immersive nonstop<br />

street party kicks off at 8 p.m. and<br />

includes Scotty B & Project: DJ Slam;<br />

three concert sets, starring Switch —<br />

Back to the ‘80s, Nerd Ranger and<br />

First Wave; special guest DJ Rick GZ;<br />

The Promenade Dancers; vocalists;<br />

musicians; street performers; special<br />

effects; complimentary party favors;<br />

two stages; and a midnight fireworks<br />

Your <strong>Holiday</strong> Headquarters<br />

a<br />

<strong>Gift</strong>s Galore • <strong>Holiday</strong> Decor • Self Care & More<br />

Kissimmee • The Promenade at Sunset Walk • 3231 Margarita Blvd Unit J180<br />

Mount Dora • 429 North Donnelly Street • Shop online at NAPLESSOAP.COM


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spectacular and confetti storm. Parking<br />

is free. For more information or to purchase<br />

tickets, visit sunsetwalk.com.<br />

Rosen Centre<br />

The public is invited to celebrate<br />

Thanksgiving at the Rosen Centre.<br />

This year, enjoy carved ham with a<br />

pomegranate rum glaze, slow-roasted<br />

sirloin and pan-seared chicken breast<br />

amongst others. All pair beautifully<br />

with fresh seafood, smoked-cheddar<br />

potatoes and local vegetables. Don’t<br />

miss the made-to-order omelets and<br />

dessert display. Adults pay $58.95<br />

($65.95 day-of), $24.95 for children<br />

4-11, and children under 3 eat free.<br />

For information, call 407-996-3969<br />

or visit rosencentre.com/christmas.<br />

Royal Landscape<br />

Nursery<br />

This holiday, try gifting something<br />

special that will grow throughout<br />

the years and remind your loved<br />

ones of how special they are to<br />

you. Shop at Royal Landscape<br />

Nursery for plants, fruit trees,<br />

palm trees and beautiful pottery.<br />

<strong>Gift</strong> certificates are always good<br />

ideas for the do-it-yourselfers in<br />

the family. Visit Royal at 2204<br />

Hempel Ave. in Gotha to handpick<br />

your selections, or call them<br />

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DOWNTOWN WINTER GARDEN<br />

VISIT<br />

DOWNTOWNWG.COM<br />

Nurse Practitioners:<br />

Esther Pelissier, ARPN-BC<br />

Irene Gan, PMHNP<br />

Raykha Crag-Chaderton, PMHNP-BC<br />

Rachael Pittala, ARPN-BC<br />

Therapists:<br />

Michael Kellogg, LMHC, ATR-BC<br />

Randie Morillo, LC<strong>SW</strong>, AC<strong>SW</strong><br />

Amy Singleton, LMHC<br />

Brooke Parker, LMHC<br />

Cristal Daniel, LMHC<br />

Rachael Pittala<br />

Esther Pelissier


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to have a gift certificate emailed<br />

or mailed for you. Operating hours<br />

are Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-<br />

4 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m.-<br />

noon. For more information, call<br />

407-296-3042.<br />

School of Rock<br />

LIVE WELL<br />

This holiday season, give the gift<br />

that keeps on giving — the gift of<br />

music. Contact School of Rock to<br />

purchase a gift certificate that can<br />

be redeemed for music lessons for<br />

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The holiday season is a time for<br />

joy and togetherness, but it can often<br />

bring stress for parents of young children<br />

with the amount of “newness”<br />

in each experience, particularly<br />

when it comes to seasonal travel.<br />

To help make holiday travel with<br />

little ones more manageable —<br />

whether traveling by bus, train, car<br />

or plane — Whitney Casares,<br />

M.D., MPH, pediatric medical consultant<br />

for Gerber, offers the following<br />

guidance for families:<br />

Travel Light<br />

Especially if traveling by plane,<br />

pack as lightly as possible (or check<br />

most of your luggage), so you have<br />

less to maneuver through security<br />

gates and on the plane. However,<br />

for longer trips, packing small, developmentally<br />

appropriate toys and<br />

snacks can provide perfect entertainment<br />

for little ones.<br />

Prepare for Ear Pressure<br />

Babies often scream during<br />

takeoff and landing on flights because<br />

they can’t easily equalize the<br />

Tips to Conquer<br />

<strong>Holiday</strong> Travel With Little Ones<br />

photo courtesy of Getty Images<br />

Traveling with children doesn’t have to be a struggle this holiday season.<br />

pressure in their eustachian tubes,<br />

the connection between their ears<br />

and the back of the throat. When<br />

you’re ascending and descending,<br />

give your baby something safe to<br />

suck on, like a pacifier, to reduce<br />

the buildup of pressure in the ears.<br />

Taking small sips of water, breast<br />

milk or formula and yawning are<br />

also ways to help babies and toddlers<br />

experiencing ear pressure during<br />

flights.<br />

Plan for Time Adjustments<br />

For long trips that include time<br />

zone changes, expect children to<br />

take several days to grow accustomed<br />

to their new schedules. Plan<br />

an extra day or two for that time adjustment,<br />

if possible, when mapping<br />

out your trip, and make time for stops<br />

to stretch, snack and take bathroom<br />

breaks.<br />

Pack Convenient Snacks<br />

Having easy-to-access snacks<br />

that don’t create a large mess can<br />

make travel easier and less stressful.<br />

For example, Gerber Plant-Tastic<br />

Banana Berry & Veggie Smash with<br />

Oats Organic Pouch and Plant-Tastic<br />

Lil’ Crunchies White Bean Hummus<br />

are nutritious snacks for toddlers<br />

that come in resealable containers<br />

that are easy to pack for on-the-go<br />

families.<br />

Bring Sanitizing Products<br />

Having your own sanitizing wipes<br />

on hand makes it easier to freshen<br />

up often-touched surfaces in public<br />

spaces, like seatback trays, chairs<br />

and tables. While safe on most hard<br />

surfaces, check the label before using<br />

the wipes, then allow the area<br />

to dry completely before letting your<br />

child touch it. Warm, soapy water<br />

can also be used to clean toys and<br />

other personal products.<br />

Maintain a Consistent Schedule<br />

Keeping your child on his or her<br />

normal schedule during the holidays<br />

isn’t always feasible, and a few imperfections<br />

are to be expected during<br />

the busy season. However, if<br />

your baby’s feeding or sleep schedule<br />

does get thrown off by holiday<br />

events, try to return to a consistent<br />

routine as soon as possible. Be patient<br />

with yourself and your little one<br />

as you both adjust.<br />

Be Mindful of Anxiety<br />

When attending holiday gatherings,<br />

your child may become overwhelmed<br />

by meeting new people,<br />

including family members. Babies<br />

start to develop separation anxiety<br />

and apprehension to strangers at<br />

about 6 months old, as their brains<br />

start to understand the concept of<br />

object permanence (that something<br />

still exists when it is not present).<br />

Educating loved ones about this developmental<br />

stage can help you feel<br />

less anxious about big family gatherings<br />

with your little one. If your child<br />

is particularly sensitive, try introducing<br />

new people in smaller cohorts as<br />

opposed to introducing him or her to<br />

the whole group at once.<br />

Take Time for Yourself<br />

While traveling with little ones can<br />

be a “bumpy road,” it’s important for<br />

parents to also try to enjoy the holidays<br />

as much as possible. Making<br />

some time for yourself — taking<br />

deep breaths, listening to a meditation<br />

on an option like the Calm app,<br />

or playing a favorite song, for example<br />

— can help you recharge and<br />

relax ahead of a big event.<br />

Find more expert tips and resources<br />

to help conquer the holiday season<br />

at gerber.com.<br />

Source: Gerber<br />

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Respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV,<br />

is so common that nearly 100% of<br />

children have been infected by age<br />

2. Most people, including infants,<br />

develop only mild coldlike symptoms.<br />

However, for some, RSV can<br />

be severe and even life-threatening.<br />

Many people are surprised to learn<br />

that RSV is the leading cause of hospitalization<br />

in infants.<br />

The American Lung Association,<br />

with support from Sanofi, is raising<br />

awareness of RSV among new and<br />

expecting parents and caregivers of<br />

infants and toddlers. As part of the<br />

campaign, they’re sharing the story<br />

of a family impacted by RSV.<br />

RSV was one of Sarah Driscoll’s<br />

biggest fears when her daughter was<br />

born. She’d heard about it from social<br />

media and TV commercials. So,<br />

after learning a few family members<br />

had a cough, she was wary about<br />

attending a Christmas Eve gathering<br />

with her newborn.<br />

“My wife and I debated whether to<br />

go, but of course everyone wanted<br />

to see us, and we wanted to share<br />

Charley with the family,” Driscoll<br />

said. “I remember telling everyone<br />

to wash their hands before touching<br />

the baby and to keep their distance<br />

if they weren’t feeling well.”<br />

Not every family member observed<br />

Driscoll’s wishes, and shortly<br />

after the gathering, Charley, 6 weeks<br />

old at the time, started to show symptoms<br />

of a respiratory illness, which<br />

worsened quickly.<br />

“Charley was placed in the pediatric<br />

intensive care unit while her tiny<br />

body fought against RSV,” Driscoll<br />

said. “She was put on forced oxygen.<br />

They had to put in a feeding<br />

A Family’s<br />

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Paying attention to symptoms of<br />

respiratory syncytial virus could save your<br />

baby’s life.<br />

tube. I have a lot of memories like<br />

that, but mostly those days blend together<br />

in my mind. I did everything<br />

in my power to have this baby, and<br />

I wasn’t going to let RSV take her<br />

away from me. Thankfully, she got<br />

better. After five long days, we were<br />

able to bring her home.”<br />

Driscoll reports that today, Charley<br />

is a happy, healthy 2-year-old who<br />

loves puzzles, watching Moana and<br />

taking walks. Wanting no other family<br />

to experience what hers did when<br />

Charley was so sick, she’s sharing a<br />

few tips she wishes someone would<br />

have told her before becoming a<br />

parent:<br />

• Trust your gut. If you’re debating<br />

whether to go somewhere that could<br />

potentially expose your child to illness,<br />

don’t. It’s not worth it.<br />

• Set ground rules. People who<br />

already had kids think they know everything<br />

there is to know about raising<br />

kids. But this is your kid, and you<br />

call the shots.<br />

• Pay attention to symptoms. RSV<br />

can progress incredibly fast. New<br />

parents need to know that their baby<br />

could go from being cleared to go<br />

home from the pediatrician to hospitalized<br />

in hours.<br />

Symptoms to Watch for<br />

Representatives of the American<br />

Lung Association want you to<br />

know that in the event your child<br />

does get sick from a respiratory<br />

infection, knowing these signs and<br />

symptoms of RSV can help you<br />

care for them:<br />

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• Mild symptoms include congestion,<br />

runny nose, fever and cough.<br />

• Very young infants may be irritable,<br />

fatigued and have feeding<br />

difficulties.<br />

• A barking or wheezing cough<br />

can be one of the first signs of a<br />

more serious illness.<br />

• Infants with severe RSV will have<br />

short, shallow and rapid breathing.<br />

Their mouth, lips and fingernails<br />

may also turn bluish due to lack of<br />

oxygen.<br />

Call your pediatrician if your child<br />

has a poor appetite, a decrease in<br />

activity level, coldlike symptoms that<br />

become severe, a shallow cough<br />

that continues day and night, or any<br />

new or lingering symptoms that you<br />

find worrisome. Seek emergency<br />

care if your child is having trouble<br />

breathing.<br />

Affecting millions of Americans<br />

each year, RSV is highly contagious.<br />

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child by learning the facts.<br />

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IN YOURNEIGHBORHOOD<br />

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n MetroWest<br />

West Orange Chamber<br />

of Commerce ambassadors<br />

held a 70th anniversary celebration<br />

for Florida Nursery, Growers,<br />

and Landscape Association in<br />

MetroWest. WOCC builds partnerships,<br />

strong businesses and commitment<br />

to the community by serving<br />

as the leading business advocate in<br />

Central Florida, facilitating opportunity<br />

to nearly 1,000 member businesses.<br />

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n Oakland<br />

The Oakland Police Department<br />

welcomed Darron Esan as its<br />

new police chief. Chief Esan, who<br />

Now open in a new location and accepting new<br />

patients.<br />

Dr. Hussain is a Mayo Clinic-trained and double<br />

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Dr. Hussain has more than 15 years of experience<br />

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for Migraines and other conditions; as well as<br />

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problems (electrodiagnostic studies).<br />

Dr. Hussain is fluent in Spanish.<br />

You should seek a consultation if you have a<br />

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or if you had a recent injury or motor vehicle<br />

accident, even if you are feeling fine. You have 14<br />

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n Windermere<br />

Ithaca College alum stars of the<br />

stage joined about 50 current students<br />

from the Ithaca College School<br />

of Music, Theatre and Dance for a historic<br />

performance in the appropriately<br />

named Broadway Ballroom at the<br />

Marriott Marquis in New York City’s<br />

Time Square. Shina Mitchell of<br />

Windermere performed with Ithaca<br />

College in the Jazz (theater vocal<br />

soloist) with alums during the IC on<br />

Broadway: South Hill State of Mind.<br />

The show featured vocalists, monologues,<br />

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performances, as well as a music and<br />

dance composition collaboration.<br />

Robert Karch, M.D., health officer<br />

of the Florida Department of<br />

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Health in Orange County (DOH-<br />

Oran ge) named Windermere/Winter<br />

Garden resident Gissella Suarez,<br />

BNS, RN, the new director of nursing<br />

for DOH-Orange. Gissella oversees<br />

the nursing and clinical staff, training<br />

and compliance, and she is responsible<br />

for enhancing nurse practice<br />

agencywide. Gissella is no stranger to<br />

the Florida Department of Health. She<br />

began her career 18 years ago with<br />

the Florida Department of Health in<br />

Pinellas County as a medical assistant<br />

in 2004. Then, she served in different<br />

roles at DOH-Pinellas from nurse care<br />

coordinator to referral center supervisor<br />

to Healthy Start coordinator. Since<br />

October 2020, Gissella has worked<br />

as DOH-Orange’s immunizations program<br />

manager. In that role, she was<br />

instrumental to the success of DOH-<br />

Orange’s COVID-19 mass vaccination<br />

dispensing event at the Orange<br />

County Convention Center and the<br />

department’s many outreach vaccination<br />

efforts with the vaccine storage,<br />

distribution and monitoring.<br />

Windermere resident and Lake<br />

Highland Preparatory School<br />

graduate Jacob Spafford is<br />

serving as an emergency medical<br />

technician at Hamilton College.<br />

The Hamilton College Emergency<br />

Medical Service is a New York Statecertified<br />

agency that is composed of<br />

25 student EMTs who provide 24-<br />

hour emergency service to the campus<br />

community during the academic<br />

year. A sophomore, Jacob volunteers<br />

30 to 40 hours each week,<br />

during which time he is on call to assist<br />

anyone needing medical attention.<br />

On average, the EMTs respond<br />

to 50-60 medical emergencies on<br />

campus each semester.<br />

n Winter Garden<br />

Freed-Hardeman University students<br />

chose king and queen candidates<br />

from members of their classes<br />

to represent them on the homecoming<br />

court. They were presented to the student<br />

body during a chapel service,<br />

and a king and queen were crowned<br />

during halftime of a women’s basketball<br />

game. Grady McCall of Winter<br />

Garden was elected as the freshman<br />

class representative. She is earning<br />

an undecided degree in marketing.<br />

Winter Garden resident Lauren<br />

Schneider was initiated into the<br />

Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the<br />

nation’s oldest, most selective, all-discipline<br />

collegiate honor society. She<br />

was initiated at University of Florida.<br />

Lauren is among approximately<br />

25,000 students, faculty members,<br />

professional staff and alums to be initiated<br />

into Phi Kappa Phi each year.<br />

Membership is by invitation only and<br />

requires nomination and approval<br />

by a chapter. Only the top 10% of<br />

seniors and 7.5% of juniors are eligible<br />

for membership. Graduate students<br />

in the top 10% of the number<br />

of candidates for graduate degrees<br />

may also qualify, as do faculty, professional<br />

staff and alumni who have<br />

achieved scholarly distinction.<br />

n Et Al<br />

Kudos to the following Southwestarea<br />

residents on their recent<br />

graduations:<br />

• Manar Elsakka of Winter<br />

Garden graduated from Missouri<br />

State University with a Master of<br />

Business Administration.<br />

• Marjorie Felix of Winter<br />

Garden graduated from Wilkes<br />

University with a Master of Science<br />

in nursing.<br />

• Jordan Grant of Windermere<br />

graduated from Emory &<br />

Henry College.<br />

• Celebration resident Carlos<br />

Luna graduated with a bachelor’s<br />

in international affairs from James<br />

Madison University.<br />

• Gleide Silva of Ocoee graduated<br />

from Troy University with a<br />

master’s degree.<br />

Alan Fickett<br />

(left), Rotary Club<br />

of Dr. Phillips<br />

foundation chair,<br />

awards a Paul<br />

Harris Award in<br />

honor of longtime<br />

member Joe<br />

Goldstein to both<br />

Joe’s wife, Joanne<br />

Goldstein (second<br />

from left), and<br />

Joe’s son, Ben<br />

Goldstein (second<br />

from right). They<br />

are congratulated<br />

by club President<br />

Mark Ramey.<br />

• MetroWest resident Shannon<br />

Taylor graduated from Mar quette<br />

University with a doctorate in<br />

dentistry.<br />

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