The Rev. David Netzorg launches Emmaus Church in Winter Garden, where he resides with his wife, Katrina.
A Local Folkus LLC, producer of the Winter Park Harvest Festival, partnered with the city of Winter Garden and Slow Food Orlando to hold the inaugural Winter Garden Harvest Festival on May 5 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in downtown Winter Garden. The event will include a local, producer-only farmers market; craft vendors; farm- and food-related demonstrations; family-friendly activities; live entertainment; and more. The festival will be followed by the Farm to Table Dinner that will take place from 7-10 p.m. in the downtown pavilion. The dinner will highlight west Orange County chefs, local farm-fresh ingredients, wine, Central Florida micro brews, and more. The cost is $75 per person, which includes drinks, tax and gratuity, or $550 for a table of eight. For more information or to purchase dining tickets, visit www.wintergardenharvestfestival.com on the Web.
Five Ready, Set, Dance students audition and are accepted to summer ballet intensives throughout the U.S.
Femmes de Coeur (Woman of Heart) installs its 2012 officers.
Congratulations to the following Femmes de Coeur (Woman of Heart) 2012 elected officers: N. Jill Rees, president; Eva Krzewinski, first vice president-membership; Terri Betts, second vice president-programs; Megan Clementi, recording secretary; Sandi Goldish, corresponding secretary/support; and Karen Barnes, treasurer. Femmes de Coeur is a not-for-profit organization whose members volunteer their time and share a common goal to serve the needs of the community.
Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista President David Brinckerhoff (far right) greets Rotary International District 6980 Gov. Art Brown (far left) and Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips member Sally Kamrada at a recent meeting.
Rotary International District 6980 Gov. Art Brown, a member of the Rotary Club of Dr. Phillips, visited the Rotary Club of Lake Buena Vista and spoke about the Rotary District 6980 Conference that will be held in Orlando from April 27 through April 29. Also in attendance was Sally Kamrada of the Dr. Phillips club, who is the conference chairwoman.
Central Florida Women’s League members (l. to r.) Deb Linden, Julie Kleffel, Jan Bernier, Pamela Gould, Linda Miller, Sherry Thaden and Jennifer Barrows attend the organization’s luncheon at Isleworth Golf & Country Club.
Central Florida Women’s League members attended the not-for-profit’s recent luncheon at Isleworth Golf & Country Club. The event included presentations from five nonprofits who requested financial assistance for various projects and initiatives. The official check presentations will take place this month at CFWL’s luncheon.
Southwest residents participate in Diva Doll Fitness & Pole’s Booty Camp and Pink diet plan.
Congratulations to the following Southwest residents who saw great results after participating in Diva Doll Fitness & Pole’s Booty Camp and Pink diet plan. Sherelene Cruz of Ocoee lost 12 pounds and 14 inches, Kelley Keoppen of Winter Garden lost 5 pounds and 6 inches, Lori Newman of Stoneybrook West lost 10 pounds and 12 inches, and Meghan Surrell of Ridgemoore lost 10 pounds and 10 inches. All of the women are Diva Doll members, and they followed the Booty Camp and Pink diet plan for five weeks.
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