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“All That Jazz”
TheTake Stock in Children
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CONTENTS|June2014|Volume7Issue3
ONTHECOVERPHOTOS BY BONNIE WHICHER PHOTOGRAPHY
09-13Local
16Feature:
Suds, Stogies & Songwriters!
18Spotlight:
Leesburg Bikefest
21Business Profile:
Cobb’s Tractors
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Visit local restaurants
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Men At Work
What images come to mind with that phrase? Depending on
your background, it could remind you of your dad opening the
bakery in the wee hours or leaving with a briefcase in hand. Your
grandpa sitting on a tractor for hours on end or working in his
shop that he started when he immigrated. Whether he is a white
collar or blue collar worker, we appreciate all the hard work and
skills that he provided.
We wish to honor men who are fathers, sons, grandpas, uncles
or any mentor who has made a positive impact on our youth
and community. In this issue we have a diverse group of guys to
showcase. From a Vet from the Vietnam War to a music man, we
have them all in Lake County!
It has been a full year with FOCUS and I have enjoyed connecting with local businesses and organizations that
care about their community. It has also been an educational year, learning about publishing and editing along
with writing to my heart’s content and I am thankful for the opportunity! With that said, this is my last issue and
I have appreciated every moment! Summer is here, so get outside and enjoy your local events.
My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.”
-- Clarence Budington Kelland, U.S. Writer
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Talk Townof the
Leesburg Food Truck Night
17th Annual Fish Fry
Downtown Clermont “Got Kids”
festival April 27, 2013 to feature a
decorated bicycle parade
Diapers Galore from BJ’s Wholesale
Disney Awards Money to Help
Lake County OrganizationLake County residents once again enjoyed the gourmet selection at the monthly Food Truck
Night in Historic Downtown Leesburg.
The 17th Annual Fish Fry was enjoyed by all, with fried fish, hush puppies, cole slaw, corn on
the cob, cornbread, and key lime pie being served up. Oyster shuckers were steaming and
serving up delicious oysters with all he fixings. Guest enjoyed dancing to the Country Sound
of J.B.Pawkett.
The Clermont Downtown Partnership, the City of Clermont, Lake County and Lake Apopka
Natural Gas are sponsoring the Downtown “Got Kids” Festival to be held on Saturday, April
27th from 9 am to 2 pm on Montrose Street in historic Downtown Clermont. This year a new
event has been added, the decorated bicycle parade. Beginning at 1 pm, children will parade
down Montrose Street on their decorated bicycles. Decorations may be of any choice of the
participant but must not impede riders vision or working order of the bicycle. Pre- registration is
not required, parents of children under the age of 18 will require parent signature to participate.
Lineup will be at the corner of Lake Avenue and Montrose at 12:30 pm. To access the lineup
area, parents will need to come into the Downtown area via 5th street as Montrose Street will be
closed between Lake Avenue and West Avenue for the festival.
The Kiwanis Club of South Lake would like to extend a sincere thank you to BJ’s Wholesale for
their donation of the diapers to our diaper drive. District 9 of Florida Kiwanis is conducting a
diaper drive and Kiwanis of South Lake member Cathy Bateham contacted BJ’s Wholesale. As
you can see from the picture there were several hundred diapers donated. The Kiwanis Club of
South Lake meets every Thursday, at Cheeser’s Palace in Downtown Clermont at 7:30 AM. For
more information on what we do for our community, visit our website at www.kcosl.org.
New Beginnings of Lake County was among the group of 59 nonprofits and schools districts
that received $1.5 million in grants through the Disney Helping Kids Shine Grants program. This
initiative from Walt Disney World Resort supports organizations that help build strong futures
for children in Central Florida. “To receive this grant again is both an honor and testament
to the generosity of our Central Florida community” related Steve Smith, President of New
Beginnings. “We all work hard to help those in need and having partners like Disney helps us
to extend our outreach”.
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Fourth of July
Festivities
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LOCAL»NORTHLAKE
NORTH LAKE
CHAMBEROFCOMMERCE
The Leesburg Chamber had a busy month of May with 4 Ribbon Cuttings and other
festivities. The Art of Therapeutic Massage on May 8th, at Hope Springs Villas on
May 19th, at Twin Medical Consultants on May 22, and at Harmony United Health-
care on May 23rd.
July’s Chamber events will be Business After Hours on July 17th at the Hampton
Inn on Hwy 441 and the Sunrise Connection Breakfast July 24th. Sponsored by
Beacon College with State Representative Larry Metz as our speaker
Tavares Chamber of Commerce helped to celebrate the one year anniversary and
continued success of Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar with a ribbon cutting ceremony on
Friday, June 20th.
Chamber members enjoyed Pat Burke from Pat Burkes HOOPS training Facility at
the May 27th Sunrise Connection Breakfast.
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July 2 Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar 7-10
July 3 Flagler Tavern 5-8
July 4 The Grille at Riverview 7-10
July 5 The Sea Shack 5-9
July 9 Down the Hatch 1-5
July 10 Flagler Tavern 5-8
July 11 Merrill’s Market 7-11
July 12 The Hideaway 5-9
July 13 Down the Hatch 1-5
July 16 Outriggers 5-8
July 17 Flagler Tavern 5-8
July 18 Clancy’s Cantina 7-10
July 19 Garvino’s in the Villages 7-10
July 20 Down the Hatch 1-5
July 23 Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar 7-10
July 24 Flagler Tavern 5-8
July 25 ALS Landing 7-11
July 26 ALS Flight Deck with Jeff Whitfield 9p-1a
July 30 Down the Hatch 1-5
July 31 Flagler Tavern 5-8
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SOUTH LAKE
CHAMBEROFCOMMERCE
Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Keke’s Breakfast Café owners Lya & Pierre de Fabrique along with their
restaurant staff to their new location at 2435 South Highway 27 in Clermont (Clermont Landing Shopping
Plaza). Keke’s provides outstanding meals with fresh, quality ingredients in a consistent manner that is
uncommon to find in a casual breakfast and lunch restaurant. They have a wonderful assortment of menu
items which you can also see online at www.kekes.com.
Chamber Ambassadors, City of Minneola officials, and fellow Chamber members welcomed Dean and
Tonya Rowe to their new print shop location at 407 S. Disston Ave. in Minneola. They offer direct-to-
garment printing (t-shirts, tanks tops, etc.) as well as other types of sublimation printing products (coffee
mugs, license plates). See all of the products that they offer online at www.4cprintshop.com or call the
directly at 352-641-0472.
Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Maria Fernandez from the Fairfield Inn & Suites in Ocoee, FL to the
South Lake Chamber family. Recent internal & external renovations accompanied the changeover to
the Fairfield Inn brand (formerly a Courtyard by Marriott location). Stop in to see the changes at 10971
W Colonial Dr, Ocoee, FL 34761. Maria can also be reached at (407) 573-1010 or you can go to www.
fairfieldinn.com
KB Home Sales Counselors Anne Dempsey and Mercy Gomez were welcomed to the South Lake Chamber
with a ribbon cutting ceremony held at their beautiful model home located in the KB Home - Overlook
at Vista Grande Community (11305 Scenic Vista Dr., Clermont). Nestled between Lake Louisa and Lake
Minnehaha, this development offers large hillside homesites with beautiful views starting in the low $200’s.
You can contact them at 352-404-7966 or visit www.kbhome.com.
Aida Villar and Pedro Villa Fane from the Harmony Adult Daycare Center were welcomed by the Chamber
Ambassadors to their new location at 1172 South Grand Highway in Clermont. They offer adult daycare
services to those in the South Lake area. Stop by to congratulate them and see their wonderful facility.
They can be reached at 352-431-1017
LOCAL»SOUTHLAKE
AWARDS
Caylee Schultz from East Ridge High School
was awarded the May 2014 Outstanding
Student of the Month Award by Wesley Reed,
the award sponsor from Ameriprise Financial.
Some of Caylee’s achievements and activities
include: Girls Weightlifting Varsity Letter,
Clermont All Stars Competitive Cheerleading,
Student Aide for the Guidance Office,
“Capturing Kids’ Hearts Club” (3 years),
Volunteer at the Best Little Thrift Shop/Food
Pantry (5 hrs /wk), 4.0 GPA in advanced &
honors classes. Congratulations!
Tom English from Certified Mortgage
Planners was awarded the May 2014
Chamber “Gem of the Hills” Award at the
May Chamber Breakfast. After arriving to
the South Lake area in 1999, Tom became
very involved within our Community and has
served on the Chamber Board, serves as a
Director for the Community Foundation of
South Lake, is active on the Fiscal Committee
for the First United Methodist Church in
Clermont and is currently the President for
the Pig on the Pond. He is pictured with
Michelle Michnoff the Chair of the Community
Relations Committee.
Clermont Pediatrics
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LOCAL»LAKECOUNTY
OFFTOASUCCESSFULSTARTArticle and Photos by Doris Bloodsworth
CLERMONT’SARTS & RECREATION CENTER
M
ore than 1,000 people flocked
to the June grand opening of the
Clermont Arts & Recreation
Center, a 69,000-square-foot building
overlooking the city’s picturesque rolling hills
and Lake Felter. The City of Clermont’s new
center, at 3700 S. Highway 27, includes Lake
County’s largest auditorium, a theater-in-
the-round, gymnasium, swimming pools and
a wide array of meeting spaces.
Clermont officials are partnering with the
Boys & Girls Club of Lake and Sumter
Counties to run a summer recreation program
that has more than 300 children enrolled.
The children and teens not only have use of
the facility’s many amenities but also have
computer classes and other activities.
producer who was credited by Time magazine
for creating the Miami Sound™ music trend.
A variety of other big-name acts are being
pursued. See www.ClermontARC.com for a
current list of events.
Summer recreation programs for adults
include basketball, volleyball, line dancing
and swing dancing.
The Center hosted a wildly successful Jazzfest
in the performance hall and a free movie night
in the multipurpose gymnasium. Individuals
and groups are touring daily with holiday
parties and banquets being booked.
Carlos Solis will debut his much-anticipated
CD at the Center on Oct. 25 with
performances by Grammy-nominated Jerry
Bravo and his brother Richard Bravo,who has
played drums and recorded with Barry Gibbs,
Gloria Estefan and Shakira.The performance
will include Carlos Oliva, an Emmy Award-
winning recording artist, composer and
“The grand opening was amazing,” said
City Manager Darren Gray. “Clermont
residents told us they wanted more recreation
opportunities, especially for children, and
they told us they wanted more entertainment
options.The new Center is providing both.”
The performance hall seats more than 1,100 and is Lake County’s largest auditorium.
It includes state-of-the-art audio-visual systems, including the ability to webstream
performances.
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THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING
GOING ON IN ALS CORNER
July 2
ALS Landing
Patrick Gibson 5:30-9:30
Boleros Cigar & Wine
Mark Z 7-10
July 3
ALS Landing
Acoustic Competition 5:30-9:30
July 4
CITY OF TAVARES
FOURTH OF JULY
CELEBRATION
ALS Landing
Black Canvas 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Michael Hartman 5-8
Boleros Cigar & Wine
Darrin Williams 8-11
July 5
ALS Landing
Nightly Blues 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Stephanie Steegal 1-5
July 6
ALS Landing
Dark Wolf 1-5
ALS Sand Bar
Reggae Sunday 1-5
July 9
ALS Landing
Sol Varon 5:30-9:30
July 10
ALS Landing
Acoustic Competition 5:30-9:30
July 11
ALS Cajun Quarter
Beautiful Bobby Blackmon 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Michael Hartman 5-8
July 12
ALS Landing
Clicker 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Wade Williams 1-5
July 13
ALS Landing
Alan Darcy 1-5
ALS Sand Bar
Gail Force 1-5
July 16
ALS Landing
Kelly Jarrard 6-10
July 17
ALS Landing
Zach 5:30-9:30
July 18
CANVAS THE CORNER
ART & WINE WALK 6-10
ALS Landing
Nightly Blues 7-11
ALS Cajun Quarter
Dueling Pianos 8-11
ALS Sand Bar
Bubba Whoopass Wilson 7-11
Boleros Cigar & Wine
T Scott Walker 8-11
July 19
ALS Landing
Shakedown 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Kelly Jarrard 1-5
July 20
ALS Landing
Mark Z 1-5
ALS Sand Bar
Rick & Rob 1-5
July 23
ALS Landing
Jim Rast 5:30-9:30
Boleros Cigar & Wine
Mark Z 7-10
July 24
ALS Landing
Kelly Jarrard 6-10
July 25
ALS Landing
Mark Z 7-11
ALS Cajun Quarter
Dueling Pianos 8-11
ALS Sand Bar
Darrin Williams 5-8
July 26
RODGER’S BIRTHDAY PARTY
SCAVENGER HUNT 7-9 PM
ALS Landing
Black Dust Revival 7-11
ALS Sand Bar
Chris Ash 1-5
ALS Flight Deck
Rodger’s Birthday with Mark Z
& Jeff Whitfield 9p-1a
July 27
ALS Landing
Stephanie Steegal 1-5
ALS Sand Bar
Zach 1-5
July 30
ALS Landing
Patrick Gibson 5:30-9:30
July 31
ALS Landing
Stephanie Steegal 6-10
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Feature
After Dark
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Feature
After Dark
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Spotlight
ALS Corner
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Spotlight
ALS Corner
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THEMUSICLOUNGEOFFERSRECORDINGSTUDIOProfile by Hunter O’Rourke
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EXTRA»BEAUTY
SUMMER HAIR TIPSSubmitted by Kristin Moulton, Posh Glamour Studio
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Before hopping into the swimming pool, go
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Your hair strands are like sponges and
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protein or keratin.
Exile
Food and Wine
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EXTRA»TRAVEL
AUGUST 7 INN
Article by Heather Graham | Photos by Mark Zinkiewicz
A
preserved piece of history combines
with modern elegance in this
beautiful boutique hotel. The August
7 Inn, nestled just a short walk from the soft
sands of the “World Famous Daytona Beach,”
was built in 1896. The over 5000 square foot
structure was designed as a guest house for
the vacation home of original owner James N.
Gamble, of Proctor and Gamble Company.
Ironically, the house, which is on the historic
register, is now being used for its original
purpose of providing a stylish and comfortable
retreat for guests to the area.
Owner and Innkeeper, Joe Dirsa, resides on
the property which features eight beautiful
and unique guest rooms,all with private baths.
Several of the suites include whirlpool tubs
Those wishing to have a quiet, intimate night
indoors can choose a movie from the dvd
collection and have movie night, complete
with popcorn, in their room!
Breakfast is served each morning and
includes a variety of choices, including bacon,
pancakes, waffles, muffins, cereals, fresh fruit,
breads, coffee, milk, and juices. Guests can
enjoy dining in the fancy, formal dining room
or on the porch just off the dining room.
As Innkeeper, Dirsa provides the perfect
balance of making his guests feel welcomed
and pampered, while being completely
unobtrusive. Guests are given a key to the
main house as well as their private room and
and fireplaces.All are tastefully decorated and
have their own theme. The room numbers, as
well as the name of the inn, reflect important
dates in Dirsa’s life. For instance August 7 is
the day he made the decision to purchase the
inn. Room numbers reflect other important
dates, such as his grandmothers birthday.
Special touches, which make the August 7
Inn stand out from others would include the
serene Tranquility Room, where guests enjoy
a session in the state of the art massage chairs,
with soft music playing. Each room also
features an aromatherapy machine and guests
can select their favorite scent for their room.
In the evenings, guests can stroll down to the
beach, visit the nearby restaurants and bars, or
sip (complimentary) wine on the front porch.
are able to come and go as they please around
the clock during their stay. Dirsa is happy to
share photos and stories of the Inn and its
rich history with his guests. Whether seeking
solitude or a romantic getaway, the August 7
Inn can meet your needs.
DAYTONA’SAWARDWINNINGBOUTIQUEHOTEL
The August Seven Inn
1209 South Peninsula Drive
Daytona Beach, FL, USA
reserve@a7inn.com
(386) 248-8420
www.jpaugust.net
INFORMATION
WINNER OF:
2011 NJ’s Readers choice award #1 Bed and Breakfast Daytona Beach...
(thank you to all that voted)
Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012 For Hotels
WNDB Top Pick Best Bed and Breakfast Daytona Beach 2013
Lonely Planet Recommendation 2013 for Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts
Community Pillar of Excellence
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D&E»PROFILE
10 TIPS
Submitted by Janelle Woodyard
FORPACKING
FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 25
LAKE COUNTY
SERVICE
DIRECTORY
FOCUS
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For Unwanted Cars
Running or not
Junk - No Problem
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Potting Soils & Top Soils
15 Varieties of Stone
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LANDSCAPE SUPPLIERS
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Walk in bingo Noon-7pm daily, tons of
pull tabs, food, beer and wine.
We will have extended hours once
we get enough people playing.
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BJ’s Phone: 352-431-4345
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in the Big Lots shopping center
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25+ years Experience
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JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com26
DINING
HOT SPOTS
Colonial Tavern
2060 S. Bay St. Eustis
352.602.7535
The Kitchens Open!
11-11PM Monday-Thursday
11-Midnight Friday-Sunday
11-10PM Sunday
www.facebook.com/ColonialTavern
AL’S Corner
111 W Ruby St,
Tavares, FL 32778
(352) 742-1113
Vitality Bistro
301 N. Baker St #106
Mount Dora, FL
352.735.8411
Vitalitybistro.com
Tues-Wed-Thur 11-8PM
Fri-Sat 11-9PM
Sunday Brunch from 11 to 3
Vegan, Organic, Living,
Gluten-Free Cuisine
D&E»TOURS
TASTE OF OUR TOWN
MOUNT DORA GUIDED TOUR
Submitted by Shelly Gerig | Photos by Janelle Woodyard
ADASHOFHISTORY&WINETOSAVOR!
J
ohn Tucker & Paula NeJame Tucker are
the owners of this fabulous tour around
historic downtown. They both decided
to share their acquired knowledge of the
unique town along with a sampling of local
fare and wine from the restaurants and wine
bistros. This combination is a win-win for
both clients and shop owners. Finding some
amazing treasures along the way isn’t a bad
way to shop while enjoying the scenery.
They share how Mount Dora started from
the naming of Lake Dora to the real Dora
Drawdy to the Donnelly home that still
stands (it is the Masonic Temple currently).
With the town boasting such a rich history,
there was plenty to learn along the way. For
instance, the town was originally called Roy-
ellou in 1800 and changed to Mount Dora in
1883.
HOTSPOTSOFTHEDAY
Merrill’s Patio Bistro and Wine Bar-Wine
Flights for tastings, homemade beer bat-
ter, chips and salsa and some amazing wine
choices.
Mount Dora Coffee House and Bistro-Live
entertainment along with American Idol
owner David Willis and wife Olivia give it a
homey feel inviting everyone in for a moment
or an evening.
Julianne’s Coastal Cottage-one of those fanci-
ful shops designed to entice women of all ages
to explore while having a tropical drink.
Norm’s Palette Wine Bar & Tapas Bar- Fan-
tastic atmosphere to sit and relax. Enjoy a
wide variety of wines and artistic styles in
this cozy spot. Highlight: Pinot Noir-unusual
blend of three pinot’s.
Mount Dora Olive Oil Company-A relatively
new concept that is sure to delight the senses
with over 70 varieties of imported olive oils
& balsamic vinegars (that you try over ice
cream!).
Cody’s on 4th- Quaint little space for a deli-
cious sandwich, hot or cold coffee drinks or
a treat in the middle of the afternoon with
a friend.
Book your guided tour on a Thursday, Friday
or Saturday from 2-5PM. Visit www.mount-
doratasteofourtown.com.
www.MountDoraTasteofOurTown.com
MountDoraTasteofOurTown@gmail.com
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JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com28
Please see our video lineup of Events each month on
“Around the Lake” at www.WhatToDoInMountDora.com
July 2014
Thursday July 3rd
Freedom on the Waterfront
Live Music, Fireworks
& more...
www.MountDoraFireWorks.com
Thursday July 3rd
Betsy Ross Dinner Show
at Cody’s on 4th
www.MountDoraEvents.com
Friday July 4th
Independence Day Parade
10am - 12pm Downtown
Mount Dora
www.MountDoraFireworks.com
Saturday July 5th & 19th
Maggie’s Attic Wine Tasting
20+ Wines from Around
the World
www.MountDoraEvents.com
Sunday July 6th, 13th,
20th & 27th
Mount Dora Village Market
www.MountDoraMarket.com
Friday July 11th
2nd Friday Art Stroll
www.MountDoraCenterfortheArts.org
Friday July 11th
2nd Friday Movie in the Park
OZ the Great & Powerful
www.WhatToDoinMountDora.com
Saturday July 12th
An Intimate Evening with
Rock~n~Roll Legend
Rick Derringer
www.MountDoraLive.com
Thursday July 17th
Mount Dora Food Trucks
www.MountDora.com
Saturday July 19th
A Tribute to the Comedy
of Red Skelton
www.MountDoraLive.com
Saturday July 19th
Lakeside Inn Street Palooza
& Summer Lawn
Concert Series
www.Lakeside-Inn.com
Please see our video lineup of Events each month on
Every Monday
Table top Team Trivia for cash and SAKE!
at Lake Dora Sushi and Sake 227 E Main St 6:30PM FREE.
WIN prizes...and SAKE!
Every Thursday
ALS Loves the Ladies! Ladies enjoy special discounts
throughout the ALS Corner businesses every Thursday!
Friday July 4, 2014
4th of July Celebration
Parade starts on Main & Ruby St 5PM. Activities including
children’s game zone in Wooton Park til 9:30PM.
Black Canvas rocking on the big stage
at ALS Landing from 7-11
Fireworks at 9PM
in Wooton Park (352)742-6176
Friday, July 18
Canvas the Corner
Enjoy a wine and art walk throughout ALS Corner.
Sample 16 different wines and keep your souvenir glass for
$12 per person. For more information, call 321-377-8953.
Saturday July 26, 2014
Rodger’s Birthday Scavenger Hunt Extravaganza. Help
celebrate Rodger Kooser’s birthday with an adult scavenger
hunt through ALS Corner. Must be 21 to participate.
Call 321-377-8953 for details.
July 2014
Please see our video lineup of Events each
month on “Around the Lake” at
www.VisitTavares.com
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JUNE
Family Food
Truck Nights
Other Events
D&E»EVENTCALENDAR
Leesburg Saturday Morning Market
8:00 am to 1:00 pm on Towne Square, in
Historic Downtown Leesburg. Produce,
plants & flowers, Crafts, cooked and
prepared specialty foods. The Market also
has opportunities for farmers, plant vendors,
food vendors, baked goods, handmade craft
items, preserves, seafood and wood crafts.
Presented by the Leesburg Partnership, for
information call Cathie at 352-365-0053.
www.leesburgsaturdaymorningmarket.com
Mt. Dora Sunday Morning Market
9 am to 2 pm throughout season you can
find locally-grown produce, wholesome
and tasty baked goods, and crafts created
by local residents. At the historic Lakeside
Inn (800/556-5016) in the heart of lovely
downtown Mount Dora.
http://www.whattodoinmtdora.com/
farmers_market/
Sunday Morning Market
Downtown Clermont
9 am – 2pm. 691 W Montrose Street,
Clermont., Between 7th and 8th streets in
downtown Clermont. Vendors may include
fresh produce, plants, flowers, seafood and
specialty foods. Call Cheryl Fishel at (352)
394-8618 or email cherylfishel@cfl.rr.com.
www.clermontdowntownpartnership.com
FRESH PRODUCE
MARKETS
Food Trucks information:
Leesburg Saturday, June 14, 5:30
Clermont, Friday June 6th
NEW LOCATION!
City Hall Park at the corner of West
Montrose Street and 7th Street. As the 2nd
Anniversary Celebration of Food Trucks in
Historic Downtown Clermont, the dining
experience event will also introduce “Music
On Montrose” as free entertainment for one
and all. mprescott@cfl.rr.com
Mt. Dora,Thursday, June 19th.
The City of Clermont invites the public to
the grand opening of the new Clermont
Arts & Recreation Center on Friday,
June 6, at 9:30 a.m. with tours until 11:00
a.m.The Center is located at 3700 S.
US Highway 27, Clermont. For more
information, call 352-241-7345.
5th Annual Leesburg Corn Festival
Saturday, June 7, 9:00 – 6:00
Historic Downtown Main Street
Fun filled Saturday Festival featuring
famous Zellwood Sweet Corn. Corn
for eating and to take home. Live
entertainment, festival food, games, Kids
area with blow-up rides and games and
contests for adults and children. Contact
Rex Masterman at 941-223-4177 or visit
online at www.itsyourdowntown.com
Bird & Butterfly Survey
Saturday, June 07, 2014
7:30 - 11 a.m.
Ellis Acres Reserve
25302 County Road 42, Paisley
Experienced bird-watching volunteers are
invited to help conduct bird surveys at this
restoration habitat. Birders must be able
to identify most common birds by sight or
sound and have their own binoculars and
field guides. Volunteers participating in the
butterfly survey should be able to identify
most common species.This activity will
include hiking approximately two miles on
trails.
Call Lake County Parks & Trails at
352-253-4950 or email parksandtrails@
lakecountyfl.gov.
Make Reservation for this Event
Guitars & Cars Swap Meets
Renninger’s Antique Center
20651 U.S. Hwy 441, Mount Dora
Sunday, June 08, 2014
8 a.m - 3 p.m.
Guitars and Cars: Two great swapmeets
for the price of one, $2.00. Includes the
Lake County Musician’s Swap Meet and
Lake County Classic Car and Cycle Swap
Meet.
Call Renningers at 352-383-8393 or email
doraantcenter@renningers.com.
1st Annual Barn Yard Sale
Saturday, June 14, 2014 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Howey Horse Haven Rescue
22102 O’Brien Rd., Howey-in-the-Hills
Huge barn/yard benefit. Proceeds for aid
and support of the rescue horses at Howey
Horse Haven. Book your own table to sell
your items, tour the barn and meet the
horses or just shop.
NEW! Clermont Arts & Recreation
Center
June 6, at 9:30 a.m. with tours
until 11:00 a.m.
Call Teresa Meixner at 352-223-8761 or
email info@howeyhorsehavenrescue.org.
PAWS Therapy Dogs
Wednesday, June 18 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
W.T. Bland Public Library
1995 N. Donnelly St., Mount Dora
Licensed Therapy Dogs visit the library.
Come and read aloud to a furry friend in
the children’s program room.
Call Lynn Gonzales at 352-735-7180 or
email gonzalesl@cityofmountdora.com.
“Blend”
(an acapella group) at 8 PM on June 6 & 2
PM on June 7
“Legally Blonde,The Musical”
at 8 PM on June 27, 28, July 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11,
12, 17, 18 and 19 and at 2 PM on June 29,
July 6, 13, 19 and 20
“Glengarry Glen Ross”
at 7:30 PM on July 6, 13 & 20	
BAY STREET PLAYERS SUMMER LINEUP!
Picks and Stix Music Jamboree
September 20th
See website www.picksandstix.com
13TH Annual Corporate Spelling
Bee-Adults love it!
September 4th, 5-8PM at Lake Receptions
Teams, no microphones, and the answers are
written on a white board. Fun for all ages
and benefit Take Stock in Children. Contact
weidnerg@lake.k12.fl.us for details!
SAVE THE DATE
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Noon to 9:30 pm
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For more information:
www.eustis.org
352.357.7969
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Dance
Party
Face Painter
Hay Rides
Construction
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Crafts
Dunk Tank
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Planes,
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ACROSS
1. Chokes
5. Thickset
10. With 20 Across,
give
generously, in
the furniture
business?
14. Ms. Q
15. Book names
17. __ streak;
experiencing
win after win
20. See 10 Across
23. Prefix for cue or
place
24. Suffix for legal or
journal
25. 3-month period
26. Dental filling
28. Pertinent
29. Sweet potato
31. Indian, for one
34. Miner’s find
35. Sport with teams
of four
36. Battery size
39. Succor
40. Handle: Lat.
41. With 84 Across,
favorite book of
furniture
salesmen?
48. Pricey watch
49. On fire
50. Harps of old
54. Donations
55. Chant
58. CA’s zone
60. Source
61. Affirmative
62. Wide sash
63. Helper: abbr.
65. Unfriendliness
67. Stiff examination
70. Huge whirlwind
72. Orange-yellow
75. Old map abbr.
77. Insert
78. 90˚ from ENE
81. Wombs
82. Napoleon or
Nero: abbr.
84. See 41 Across
86. Strip
87. Ambulance
driver, often
88. Corrections list
90. Monroe or Polk
91. Divide equally, in
the furniture
business?
97. Artie Shaw’s ex
100. Popular pet
101. “Be quiet!”
102. Be rude to
103. __ Amin
104. Recluse
106. White vestment
107. Dramatize
110. Short bald comic
strip fellow
112. Cesar, for one
117. Axlike tool
119. Staff
120. Better choice, in the
furniture business?
125. Try
126. Bryant and Ekberg
127. Anatomical joint
128. Disguise
129. Setting
130. Slangy refusal
DOWN
1. Visitor
2. Jack or jenny
3. Scoff
4. “...Santa Claus is
coming to town. He __
when you’re...”
5. VW forerunners
6. Bits of advice
7. Great Plains tribe
8. Part of the arm
9. Asian holidays
10. Female animal
11. Santa __, CA
12. Silky material
13. Following that
14. Cut
16. “Get lost!”
18. Synthetic fabric
19. Leaders of old
20. Tumor suffix
21. __ in; sells
22. Puts into boxes
27. Verily, in the Bible
30. Late Howard of TV
32. “...had a farm, __...”
33. Sadly or gladly: abbr.
35. Chicken __
36. Noisy brawls
37. Geographer’s guide
38. “Eureka!”
40. Nobody in particular
41. Server’s item
42. Golfer’s aim
43. Shade providers
44. “For __ a jolly...”
45. Word with bran or meal
46. Hollow
47. Tiny
51. Feel awful about
52. Nav. rank
53. Cyril & Methodius: abbr.
55. Fictional detective Mr. __
56. “...went to the cupboard
to get her poor dog __...”
57. Sever by pinching
59. Snakelike “n” topper
64. Very minor wound
66. Norwegian fishes
67. Chad’s place
68. Actor Robert
69. Above: pref.
71. Presidential nickname
72. Combined amount
73. Gobbled up
74. Nourished
76. South African towns
78. Trucker’s vehicle
79. Search for
80. Otherwise
83. Business page
events
85. Word of disgust
86. Compadre
89. CNA supervisors
90. Elbow
92. Hustle & bustle
93. Electrified atom
94. Mad __ wet hen
95. Acquired relation
96. Massage
97. Ms. Taylor
98. Mine entrances
99. Dark hours
104. Woman’s name
105. Civil rights icon __
Parks
107. Leave the bed
108. Young animal
109. Six-pointers, for
short
111. Disease causer
113. __ Department;
store section
114. Close or Clapton
115. Learn by __;
memorize
116. In the blink __ eye
118. Goose egg
121. Motor homes:
abbr.
122. “Yikes!”
123. Eliot’s initials
124. Bigwig, for short
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  • 3. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 3 “All That Jazz” TheTake Stock in Children Annual Corporate Spelling Bee is September 4, 2014 It’s time to bring on the sting! Presented by Be part of an exciting spelling bee competition designed for ADULTS. • Teams confer on the correct spelling • The final answer is written on a white board at each table. • NoMicrophones • Dinnerandadrinkincludedforallteammembers Get your Colony in on the action Killer Bees– $1,000 - 8-person team - Dinner and a drink for each person Honey Bees – $500 - 4-person team - Dinner and a drink for each person Spectator tickets– $25 - Dinner and a drink for each person Thursday, September 4, 2014 • Lake Receptions 4425 Highway 19A, Mount Dora, FL Cocktails: 5:30–6p.m. | Dinner and Competition: 6–8:30p.m. For more information, call Take Stock in Children at 352.787.6576 or email weidnerg@lake.k12.fl.us.
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  • 6. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com6 CREDITSGot a story idea? Looking to advertise in Focus? Contact us for more information. D&H Publications, LLC 415 E Alfred St Tavares, Fl 32778 Ph: (352) 552-5467 www.thefocusmagazine.com Standards of accuracy: The goal of the writers at FOCUS Magazine is to provide heart-warming stories that are accurate from the start. Being human, however, we sometimes make mistakes. Please forgive us. So if you notice anything that is incorrect, then please do not hesitate to contact the editorial department and inform it about the fact error. To do so e-mail info@northlake.com. The staff will fix the error in a timely manner. Readers who wish to respond to an article – not correct facts – can do so by writing a letter to the editor. If you need any other type of assistance, then please view the directory for the appropriate department. The staff at FOCUS Magazine is committed to serving their consumers and customers to the fullest of abilities. You’re paying attention to our words. Let us pay attention to yours. FOCUS Magazine is published monthly and is available through local businesses, restaurants and many local venues. Letters, questions and comments can be sent to us at info@ northlake.com. Advertisers warrant and represent the descriptions of their products advertised are true in all respects. FOCUS Magazine assumes no responsibility for claims made by advertisers. All letters and their contents sent to FOCUS Magazine become the sole property of D&H Publications, LLC and may be reproduced thereof. All views expressed in all articles are those of the authors and not necessarily those of D&H Publications, LLC. Use or duplication of material used in this publication is prohibited without approved written consent from D&H Publications, LLC. PUBLISHER Heather Graham publisher@lakecountyfocus.com EDITOR IN CHIEF Shelly Gerig shelly@lakecountyfocus.com SALES - NORTH LAKE Charlotte Merriam charlotte@lakecountyfocus.com SALES - SOUTH LAKE Lisa Busto lisa@lakecountyfocus.com SALES - TRIANGLE AREA Haley Gerig haleygerig@lakecountyfocus.com DIRECTOR OF SALE Jennifer Elliott Jennifer@lakecountyfocus.com ART DIRECTOR Anthony Sassano STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Bonnie Whicher bonnie@bonniwhicherphotography.com CONTRIBUTORS Claudia Virga Doris Bloodsworth 702 W. Martin Luther King Blvd. Plant City 33563 Phone 321-377-8953 Fax 813.764.0990 CONTENTS|June2014|Volume7Issue3 ONTHECOVERPHOTOS BY BONNIE WHICHER PHOTOGRAPHY 09-13Local 16Feature: Suds, Stogies & Songwriters! 18Spotlight: Leesburg Bikefest 21Business Profile: Cobb’s Tractors 26Dining Hot Spots: Visit local restaurants See Also: Travel - 23 Beauty- 24 Wellness Providers- 25 Calendar- 28 Crossword- 30 Men At Work What images come to mind with that phrase? Depending on your background, it could remind you of your dad opening the bakery in the wee hours or leaving with a briefcase in hand. Your grandpa sitting on a tractor for hours on end or working in his shop that he started when he immigrated. Whether he is a white collar or blue collar worker, we appreciate all the hard work and skills that he provided. We wish to honor men who are fathers, sons, grandpas, uncles or any mentor who has made a positive impact on our youth and community. In this issue we have a diverse group of guys to showcase. From a Vet from the Vietnam War to a music man, we have them all in Lake County! It has been a full year with FOCUS and I have enjoyed connecting with local businesses and organizations that care about their community. It has also been an educational year, learning about publishing and editing along with writing to my heart’s content and I am thankful for the opportunity! With that said, this is my last issue and I have appreciated every moment! Summer is here, so get outside and enjoy your local events. My father didn’t tell me how to live; he lived, and let me watch him do it.” -- Clarence Budington Kelland, U.S. Writer LETTER FROM THE EDITOR Shelly Gerig Editor In Chief Where your business is our business MEN AT WORK Professional men featured in Lake County
  • 7. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 7 Proudly Serving Lake and Sumter Counties for over 25 years Four Great Locations Eustis • Groveland • Leesburg • Wildwood A Great Cause • Great Stuff • Great Prices For donations and store info call toll free Let’s Make a Difference together! 1.877.629.4870 A08966 For all your “OUT OF THE BOX” Real Estate needs! realestateoutoftheboxfla.blogspot.com BRANCH OFFICE 108 E. 3rd Ave Mount Dora, FL 32757 352-250-3166 Cell 352-735-8771 Office 352-602-7534 Fax VANGIE BERRY SIGNATURE REALTY MAIN OFFICE 2605 # C Kurt Street Eustis, Florida 32726 352-742-7355 Office 352-602-7534 Fax realestateoutofthebox@gmail.com www.realestateoutofthebox.com KAREN M. RISCINTO PA, CDPE Multi-Million Dollar Producer 2013 Million Dollar Producer 2010-2012 Vangie Berry Signature Realty- Realtor, Branch Office Manager Florida Lifestyle Property Management, llc - Owner/Property Manager Team Chase
  • 8. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com8 Talk Townof the Leesburg Food Truck Night 17th Annual Fish Fry Downtown Clermont “Got Kids” festival April 27, 2013 to feature a decorated bicycle parade Diapers Galore from BJ’s Wholesale Disney Awards Money to Help Lake County OrganizationLake County residents once again enjoyed the gourmet selection at the monthly Food Truck Night in Historic Downtown Leesburg. The 17th Annual Fish Fry was enjoyed by all, with fried fish, hush puppies, cole slaw, corn on the cob, cornbread, and key lime pie being served up. Oyster shuckers were steaming and serving up delicious oysters with all he fixings. Guest enjoyed dancing to the Country Sound of J.B.Pawkett. The Clermont Downtown Partnership, the City of Clermont, Lake County and Lake Apopka Natural Gas are sponsoring the Downtown “Got Kids” Festival to be held on Saturday, April 27th from 9 am to 2 pm on Montrose Street in historic Downtown Clermont. This year a new event has been added, the decorated bicycle parade. Beginning at 1 pm, children will parade down Montrose Street on their decorated bicycles. Decorations may be of any choice of the participant but must not impede riders vision or working order of the bicycle. Pre- registration is not required, parents of children under the age of 18 will require parent signature to participate. Lineup will be at the corner of Lake Avenue and Montrose at 12:30 pm. To access the lineup area, parents will need to come into the Downtown area via 5th street as Montrose Street will be closed between Lake Avenue and West Avenue for the festival. The Kiwanis Club of South Lake would like to extend a sincere thank you to BJ’s Wholesale for their donation of the diapers to our diaper drive. District 9 of Florida Kiwanis is conducting a diaper drive and Kiwanis of South Lake member Cathy Bateham contacted BJ’s Wholesale. As you can see from the picture there were several hundred diapers donated. The Kiwanis Club of South Lake meets every Thursday, at Cheeser’s Palace in Downtown Clermont at 7:30 AM. For more information on what we do for our community, visit our website at www.kcosl.org. New Beginnings of Lake County was among the group of 59 nonprofits and schools districts that received $1.5 million in grants through the Disney Helping Kids Shine Grants program. This initiative from Walt Disney World Resort supports organizations that help build strong futures for children in Central Florida. “To receive this grant again is both an honor and testament to the generosity of our Central Florida community” related Steve Smith, President of New Beginnings. “We all work hard to help those in need and having partners like Disney helps us to extend our outreach”.
  • 9. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 9 Fourth of July Festivities
  • 10. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com10 LOCAL»NORTHLAKE NORTH LAKE CHAMBEROFCOMMERCE The Leesburg Chamber had a busy month of May with 4 Ribbon Cuttings and other festivities. The Art of Therapeutic Massage on May 8th, at Hope Springs Villas on May 19th, at Twin Medical Consultants on May 22, and at Harmony United Health- care on May 23rd. July’s Chamber events will be Business After Hours on July 17th at the Hampton Inn on Hwy 441 and the Sunrise Connection Breakfast July 24th. Sponsored by Beacon College with State Representative Larry Metz as our speaker Tavares Chamber of Commerce helped to celebrate the one year anniversary and continued success of Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, June 20th. Chamber members enjoyed Pat Burke from Pat Burkes HOOPS training Facility at the May 27th Sunrise Connection Breakfast.
  • 11. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 11 120 West 5th Ave. Mount Dora, FL 32757 352-735-0028 papiliomountdora@gmail.com facebook.com/papiliomountdora.com www.papiliomountdora.com TOKYO MILK, LILLY PULITZER, JACK BLACK, TATA HARPER, DASH & ALBERT RUGS, BARR CO., LILY AND LAURA BRACELETS, AND MORE! All our customers have one thing in common; They all live or want to live in a 55+ Active Adult Community. Offering nearly a decade of real estate experience in the Florida market, I bring strategic focus and insight to achieve results for your real estate needs in Central Florida’s 55+ Active Adult Communities. Cell: (407) 252-2596 Nicky@CentralFlorida55Plus.com Nicky Martz, Realtor® Senior Real Estate Specialist Broker Associate www.CentralFlorida55Plus.com To search properties visit: Specializing in buying and selling your Central Florida home! FOLLOW ON FB – MARK ZINKIEWICZ July 2 Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar 7-10 July 3 Flagler Tavern 5-8 July 4 The Grille at Riverview 7-10 July 5 The Sea Shack 5-9 July 9 Down the Hatch 1-5 July 10 Flagler Tavern 5-8 July 11 Merrill’s Market 7-11 July 12 The Hideaway 5-9 July 13 Down the Hatch 1-5 July 16 Outriggers 5-8 July 17 Flagler Tavern 5-8 July 18 Clancy’s Cantina 7-10 July 19 Garvino’s in the Villages 7-10 July 20 Down the Hatch 1-5 July 23 Boleros Cigar & Wine Bar 7-10 July 24 Flagler Tavern 5-8 July 25 ALS Landing 7-11 July 26 ALS Flight Deck with Jeff Whitfield 9p-1a July 30 Down the Hatch 1-5 July 31 Flagler Tavern 5-8 UPCOMING SHOWS 315-481-4298 Open
  • 12. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com12 SOUTH LAKE CHAMBEROFCOMMERCE Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Keke’s Breakfast Café owners Lya & Pierre de Fabrique along with their restaurant staff to their new location at 2435 South Highway 27 in Clermont (Clermont Landing Shopping Plaza). Keke’s provides outstanding meals with fresh, quality ingredients in a consistent manner that is uncommon to find in a casual breakfast and lunch restaurant. They have a wonderful assortment of menu items which you can also see online at www.kekes.com. Chamber Ambassadors, City of Minneola officials, and fellow Chamber members welcomed Dean and Tonya Rowe to their new print shop location at 407 S. Disston Ave. in Minneola. They offer direct-to- garment printing (t-shirts, tanks tops, etc.) as well as other types of sublimation printing products (coffee mugs, license plates). See all of the products that they offer online at www.4cprintshop.com or call the directly at 352-641-0472. Chamber Ambassadors welcomed Maria Fernandez from the Fairfield Inn & Suites in Ocoee, FL to the South Lake Chamber family. Recent internal & external renovations accompanied the changeover to the Fairfield Inn brand (formerly a Courtyard by Marriott location). Stop in to see the changes at 10971 W Colonial Dr, Ocoee, FL 34761. Maria can also be reached at (407) 573-1010 or you can go to www. fairfieldinn.com KB Home Sales Counselors Anne Dempsey and Mercy Gomez were welcomed to the South Lake Chamber with a ribbon cutting ceremony held at their beautiful model home located in the KB Home - Overlook at Vista Grande Community (11305 Scenic Vista Dr., Clermont). Nestled between Lake Louisa and Lake Minnehaha, this development offers large hillside homesites with beautiful views starting in the low $200’s. You can contact them at 352-404-7966 or visit www.kbhome.com. Aida Villar and Pedro Villa Fane from the Harmony Adult Daycare Center were welcomed by the Chamber Ambassadors to their new location at 1172 South Grand Highway in Clermont. They offer adult daycare services to those in the South Lake area. Stop by to congratulate them and see their wonderful facility. They can be reached at 352-431-1017 LOCAL»SOUTHLAKE AWARDS Caylee Schultz from East Ridge High School was awarded the May 2014 Outstanding Student of the Month Award by Wesley Reed, the award sponsor from Ameriprise Financial. Some of Caylee’s achievements and activities include: Girls Weightlifting Varsity Letter, Clermont All Stars Competitive Cheerleading, Student Aide for the Guidance Office, “Capturing Kids’ Hearts Club” (3 years), Volunteer at the Best Little Thrift Shop/Food Pantry (5 hrs /wk), 4.0 GPA in advanced & honors classes. Congratulations! Tom English from Certified Mortgage Planners was awarded the May 2014 Chamber “Gem of the Hills” Award at the May Chamber Breakfast. After arriving to the South Lake area in 1999, Tom became very involved within our Community and has served on the Chamber Board, serves as a Director for the Community Foundation of South Lake, is active on the Fiscal Committee for the First United Methodist Church in Clermont and is currently the President for the Pig on the Pond. He is pictured with Michelle Michnoff the Chair of the Community Relations Committee. Clermont Pediatrics
  • 13. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 13 LOCAL»LAKECOUNTY OFFTOASUCCESSFULSTARTArticle and Photos by Doris Bloodsworth CLERMONT’SARTS & RECREATION CENTER M ore than 1,000 people flocked to the June grand opening of the Clermont Arts & Recreation Center, a 69,000-square-foot building overlooking the city’s picturesque rolling hills and Lake Felter. The City of Clermont’s new center, at 3700 S. Highway 27, includes Lake County’s largest auditorium, a theater-in- the-round, gymnasium, swimming pools and a wide array of meeting spaces. Clermont officials are partnering with the Boys & Girls Club of Lake and Sumter Counties to run a summer recreation program that has more than 300 children enrolled. The children and teens not only have use of the facility’s many amenities but also have computer classes and other activities. producer who was credited by Time magazine for creating the Miami Sound™ music trend. A variety of other big-name acts are being pursued. See www.ClermontARC.com for a current list of events. Summer recreation programs for adults include basketball, volleyball, line dancing and swing dancing. The Center hosted a wildly successful Jazzfest in the performance hall and a free movie night in the multipurpose gymnasium. Individuals and groups are touring daily with holiday parties and banquets being booked. Carlos Solis will debut his much-anticipated CD at the Center on Oct. 25 with performances by Grammy-nominated Jerry Bravo and his brother Richard Bravo,who has played drums and recorded with Barry Gibbs, Gloria Estefan and Shakira.The performance will include Carlos Oliva, an Emmy Award- winning recording artist, composer and “The grand opening was amazing,” said City Manager Darren Gray. “Clermont residents told us they wanted more recreation opportunities, especially for children, and they told us they wanted more entertainment options.The new Center is providing both.” The performance hall seats more than 1,100 and is Lake County’s largest auditorium. It includes state-of-the-art audio-visual systems, including the ability to webstream performances. HOMEOWNER SPECIAL! Cobb’s Triangle Tractor 1255 E. County Road 44 Eustis, FL 32736 352-357-7950 www.Cobbstractor.com Available: Pick up & Delivery - In Store Warranty & Repair All Done on Site/ All make and models Model #125B Model #122C Model #YTA19K42 BUNDLE PRICE (plus sales tax) $ 1824.99 (WAC) 0% FOR 48 MONTHS
  • 15. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 15 THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GOING ON IN ALS CORNER July 2 ALS Landing Patrick Gibson 5:30-9:30 Boleros Cigar & Wine Mark Z 7-10 July 3 ALS Landing Acoustic Competition 5:30-9:30 July 4 CITY OF TAVARES FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION ALS Landing Black Canvas 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Michael Hartman 5-8 Boleros Cigar & Wine Darrin Williams 8-11 July 5 ALS Landing Nightly Blues 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Stephanie Steegal 1-5 July 6 ALS Landing Dark Wolf 1-5 ALS Sand Bar Reggae Sunday 1-5 July 9 ALS Landing Sol Varon 5:30-9:30 July 10 ALS Landing Acoustic Competition 5:30-9:30 July 11 ALS Cajun Quarter Beautiful Bobby Blackmon 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Michael Hartman 5-8 July 12 ALS Landing Clicker 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Wade Williams 1-5 July 13 ALS Landing Alan Darcy 1-5 ALS Sand Bar Gail Force 1-5 July 16 ALS Landing Kelly Jarrard 6-10 July 17 ALS Landing Zach 5:30-9:30 July 18 CANVAS THE CORNER ART & WINE WALK 6-10 ALS Landing Nightly Blues 7-11 ALS Cajun Quarter Dueling Pianos 8-11 ALS Sand Bar Bubba Whoopass Wilson 7-11 Boleros Cigar & Wine T Scott Walker 8-11 July 19 ALS Landing Shakedown 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Kelly Jarrard 1-5 July 20 ALS Landing Mark Z 1-5 ALS Sand Bar Rick & Rob 1-5 July 23 ALS Landing Jim Rast 5:30-9:30 Boleros Cigar & Wine Mark Z 7-10 July 24 ALS Landing Kelly Jarrard 6-10 July 25 ALS Landing Mark Z 7-11 ALS Cajun Quarter Dueling Pianos 8-11 ALS Sand Bar Darrin Williams 5-8 July 26 RODGER’S BIRTHDAY PARTY SCAVENGER HUNT 7-9 PM ALS Landing Black Dust Revival 7-11 ALS Sand Bar Chris Ash 1-5 ALS Flight Deck Rodger’s Birthday with Mark Z & Jeff Whitfield 9p-1a July 27 ALS Landing Stephanie Steegal 1-5 ALS Sand Bar Zach 1-5 July 30 ALS Landing Patrick Gibson 5:30-9:30 July 31 ALS Landing Stephanie Steegal 6-10
  • 17. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 17 Feature After Dark
  • 19. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 19 Spotlight ALS Corner
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  • 21. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 21 THEMUSICLOUNGEOFFERSRECORDINGSTUDIOProfile by Hunter O’Rourke BUSINESS»PROFILE LOUNGE AGAINST THE MACHINE I t would be easy to overlook the contributions of—or even the need for—a “Producer” in today’s popular music. With the ascendancy of inexpensive, professional quality, home-recording software any teenager with a guitar can digitally record themselves from the comfort of their own room! Indeed,the casual listener is all but overwhelmed by mediocre music posted by would-be artists on any number of social media sites. The difference between radio super-stardom and amateur hour—all other things being equal (recording quality, talent, songwriting, etc)—lies in no small part with Producers such as George Martin, Rick Rubin or Jay-Z, just to name a few. Even if you don’t recognize their names, their efforts are a huge part of what makes the songs we’ve been singing along with for the past 50 years so great! The Music Lounge, a professional recording studio and music store located at 15041 Old 411 in Tavares, is where you’ll find local Producer and all-around music aficionado James Williams. Although he would vehemently deny any comparison to the big-time producers mentioned above, his attention to detail, love of craft, and sense of aesthetic all combine to bring the magic of art to what is too often thought of as a merely technical craft. In this regard he stands with the best in his profession. In addition to his role as Producer James also wears the hats of owner,head engineer,mixer, and repair-tech as well as being a musician himself! All of this, as well as his 13 years of recording experience, make James uniquely qualified to record and produce—with the necessary objectivity—any act that comes his way. The ability to move from genre to genre while keeping each sound fresh and every artist unique is important when his recording schedule for any given week may include such wildly diverse sounds as “Lesbian Hip-Hop”, “Christian Pop Punk”, and “Latin Beach Boys”. Really. For a flat fee of $25 per hour you can get everything that James and The Music Lounge have to offer. From epic multi-track recording to final mixing in their acoustically tuned control room they have the means to bring your masterpiece to life. Visit www. themusicloungfl.com for all the information you’ll need to get started today or stop by the studio for a tour or just to check out the eclectic array of musical instruments for sale. Rock on! LEESBURG Page – Theus Funeral Home and Cremation Services 914 West Main Street, 352-787-5511 www.pagetheus.com WILDWOOD Banks/Page – Theus Funeral Home and Cremations 410 N. Webster Street, 352-748-1000 www.bankspagetheus.com LEESBURG Hillcrest Memorial Gardens 1901 County Road 25 A, 352-787-6830 www.hillcrestmemgard.com EUSTIS Lakeside Memory Gardens 36601 County Road 19 A, 352-357-3404 www.lakesidememory.com EUSTIS Hamlin & Hilbish Funeral Directors 326 East Orange Avenue, 352-357-4193 www.halinhilbish.com TAVARES Steverson, Hamlin & Hilbish Funerals and Cremations 226 East Burleigh Boulevard, 352-343-4444 www.steversonhamlinhilbish.com For about $1.00 a day you can save your family from making those tough decisions. You need not look any further than us. Pre-plans are available to fit all your needs. We Honor Most Other Outside Pre-Arrangements OR Using the code FM 7-14 in the subject line, e-mail us at the location e-mail addresses listed above. Name____________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________________ City_________________ St._______________ Zip_________ Day Phone____________________Cell_________________ For Further Information mail in the following form to: 1901 CR 25A, Leesburg, Fl 34748 ANOTHER YEAR IS 1/2 GONE... YOU’VE TALKED ABOUT IT Isn’t it Time to make your pre-arrangements? NOW’S THE TIME! FM 7-14 If the cost was the same or less... Why would you go anywhere else?
  • 22. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com22 EXTRA»BEAUTY SUMMER HAIR TIPSSubmitted by Kristin Moulton, Posh Glamour Studio I t’s Spring Break in Florida and that means more time outdoors in the sunshine and hitting the swimming pool! While enjoying your fun in the sun, remember to protect your skin and your hair from sun, salt, and chlorine damage. While most people have become more diligent about applying sunscreen to protect their skin, hair is often forgotten. Here are a few tips for keeping your hair healthy and beautiful: Before hopping into the swimming pool, go ahead and wet your hair with fresh water. Your hair strands are like sponges and soak up moisture. By presoaking the hair with clean water, you leave less “space” for chemicals to soak into the strands. After wetting hair, apply a conditioner, a silicone-based serum, or for a natural choice - coconut oil. The product will coat the hair and help to create a barrier to keep slow down the chemicals from soaking into the hair. Since chlorine chemically bonds to hair and skin your everyday shampoo may not be strong enough to clean your skin and hair properly. We recommend that you use a specialty shampoo designed to get rid of the chlorine and copper which can cause your hair to turn a green color. When out in the sun, wear a hat! Not only can a hat protect your face from getting too much sun, but will also keep your hair out of the direct sun rays. Opt for leave in conditioners, styling aids, and hair sprays which have SPF right in them. (Tip: Make your own UV protection for your hair. Dilute a 2 teaspoons of SPF 25 sunblock in 1 cup of water and put in a spray bottle. Mist the product on your hair throughout the day.) Most importantly, maintain moisture in your hair. Perform weekly deep conditioning treatments with a product that contains protein or keratin. Exile Food and Wine
  • 23. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 23 EXTRA»TRAVEL AUGUST 7 INN Article by Heather Graham | Photos by Mark Zinkiewicz A preserved piece of history combines with modern elegance in this beautiful boutique hotel. The August 7 Inn, nestled just a short walk from the soft sands of the “World Famous Daytona Beach,” was built in 1896. The over 5000 square foot structure was designed as a guest house for the vacation home of original owner James N. Gamble, of Proctor and Gamble Company. Ironically, the house, which is on the historic register, is now being used for its original purpose of providing a stylish and comfortable retreat for guests to the area. Owner and Innkeeper, Joe Dirsa, resides on the property which features eight beautiful and unique guest rooms,all with private baths. Several of the suites include whirlpool tubs Those wishing to have a quiet, intimate night indoors can choose a movie from the dvd collection and have movie night, complete with popcorn, in their room! Breakfast is served each morning and includes a variety of choices, including bacon, pancakes, waffles, muffins, cereals, fresh fruit, breads, coffee, milk, and juices. Guests can enjoy dining in the fancy, formal dining room or on the porch just off the dining room. As Innkeeper, Dirsa provides the perfect balance of making his guests feel welcomed and pampered, while being completely unobtrusive. Guests are given a key to the main house as well as their private room and and fireplaces.All are tastefully decorated and have their own theme. The room numbers, as well as the name of the inn, reflect important dates in Dirsa’s life. For instance August 7 is the day he made the decision to purchase the inn. Room numbers reflect other important dates, such as his grandmothers birthday. Special touches, which make the August 7 Inn stand out from others would include the serene Tranquility Room, where guests enjoy a session in the state of the art massage chairs, with soft music playing. Each room also features an aromatherapy machine and guests can select their favorite scent for their room. In the evenings, guests can stroll down to the beach, visit the nearby restaurants and bars, or sip (complimentary) wine on the front porch. are able to come and go as they please around the clock during their stay. Dirsa is happy to share photos and stories of the Inn and its rich history with his guests. Whether seeking solitude or a romantic getaway, the August 7 Inn can meet your needs. DAYTONA’SAWARDWINNINGBOUTIQUEHOTEL The August Seven Inn 1209 South Peninsula Drive Daytona Beach, FL, USA reserve@a7inn.com (386) 248-8420 www.jpaugust.net INFORMATION WINNER OF: 2011 NJ’s Readers choice award #1 Bed and Breakfast Daytona Beach... (thank you to all that voted) Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2012 For Hotels WNDB Top Pick Best Bed and Breakfast Daytona Beach 2013 Lonely Planet Recommendation 2013 for Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts Community Pillar of Excellence
  • 24. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com24 D&E»PROFILE 10 TIPS Submitted by Janelle Woodyard FORPACKING
  • 25. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 25 LAKE COUNTY SERVICE DIRECTORY FOCUS Top Dollar Paid $300.00 and Up Call 352-771-6191 For Unwanted Cars Running or not Junk - No Problem $CASH$ $CASH$ $CASH$ BROWNE DISTRIBUTORS Sod Red Mulch Rubber Mulch Cypress Mulch Pine Bark Nuggets Also in Bags BBaled Pine Straw Potting Soils & Top Soils 15 Varieties of Stone Lava, River, White Marble, Etc. LANDSCAPE SUPPLIERS COMMERCIAL, WHOLESALE, RETAIL 352.326.8461 2600 N. Highway 27 & 441 Fruitland Park, FL 34731 352.242.0810 404 S. Highway 27 Minneola, FL 34755 wwwww.mulchland.com READY TO TRY A NEW BINGO PLACE?? Open 7 Days a Week Walk in bingo Noon-7pm daily, tons of pull tabs, food, beer and wine. We will have extended hours once we get enough people playing. A unique place that will be your new hangout! www.facebook.com/bjsbingoeustis Email: bjsbingoeustis@gmail.com BJ’s Phone: 352-431-4345 Located in Eustis at 415 Plaza Drive in the Big Lots shopping center Licensed & Insured 25+ years Experience YOUR COMPLETE HARDWOOD FLOOR SERVICE Sanding | Refinishing | Installation | Solid Hardwoods Engineered Hardwoods | Repair Work ALL WORK GUARANTEED QUALITY WORK AT A REASONABLE RATE 352-735-5183www.floorsbyscott.com Open
  • 26. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com26 DINING HOT SPOTS Colonial Tavern 2060 S. Bay St. Eustis 352.602.7535 The Kitchens Open! 11-11PM Monday-Thursday 11-Midnight Friday-Sunday 11-10PM Sunday www.facebook.com/ColonialTavern AL’S Corner 111 W Ruby St, Tavares, FL 32778 (352) 742-1113 Vitality Bistro 301 N. Baker St #106 Mount Dora, FL 352.735.8411 Vitalitybistro.com Tues-Wed-Thur 11-8PM Fri-Sat 11-9PM Sunday Brunch from 11 to 3 Vegan, Organic, Living, Gluten-Free Cuisine D&E»TOURS TASTE OF OUR TOWN MOUNT DORA GUIDED TOUR Submitted by Shelly Gerig | Photos by Janelle Woodyard ADASHOFHISTORY&WINETOSAVOR! J ohn Tucker & Paula NeJame Tucker are the owners of this fabulous tour around historic downtown. They both decided to share their acquired knowledge of the unique town along with a sampling of local fare and wine from the restaurants and wine bistros. This combination is a win-win for both clients and shop owners. Finding some amazing treasures along the way isn’t a bad way to shop while enjoying the scenery. They share how Mount Dora started from the naming of Lake Dora to the real Dora Drawdy to the Donnelly home that still stands (it is the Masonic Temple currently). With the town boasting such a rich history, there was plenty to learn along the way. For instance, the town was originally called Roy- ellou in 1800 and changed to Mount Dora in 1883. HOTSPOTSOFTHEDAY Merrill’s Patio Bistro and Wine Bar-Wine Flights for tastings, homemade beer bat- ter, chips and salsa and some amazing wine choices. Mount Dora Coffee House and Bistro-Live entertainment along with American Idol owner David Willis and wife Olivia give it a homey feel inviting everyone in for a moment or an evening. Julianne’s Coastal Cottage-one of those fanci- ful shops designed to entice women of all ages to explore while having a tropical drink. Norm’s Palette Wine Bar & Tapas Bar- Fan- tastic atmosphere to sit and relax. Enjoy a wide variety of wines and artistic styles in this cozy spot. Highlight: Pinot Noir-unusual blend of three pinot’s. Mount Dora Olive Oil Company-A relatively new concept that is sure to delight the senses with over 70 varieties of imported olive oils & balsamic vinegars (that you try over ice cream!). Cody’s on 4th- Quaint little space for a deli- cious sandwich, hot or cold coffee drinks or a treat in the middle of the afternoon with a friend. Book your guided tour on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday from 2-5PM. Visit www.mount- doratasteofourtown.com. www.MountDoraTasteofOurTown.com MountDoraTasteofOurTown@gmail.com
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  • 28. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com28 Please see our video lineup of Events each month on “Around the Lake” at www.WhatToDoInMountDora.com July 2014 Thursday July 3rd Freedom on the Waterfront Live Music, Fireworks & more... www.MountDoraFireWorks.com Thursday July 3rd Betsy Ross Dinner Show at Cody’s on 4th www.MountDoraEvents.com Friday July 4th Independence Day Parade 10am - 12pm Downtown Mount Dora www.MountDoraFireworks.com Saturday July 5th & 19th Maggie’s Attic Wine Tasting 20+ Wines from Around the World www.MountDoraEvents.com Sunday July 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th Mount Dora Village Market www.MountDoraMarket.com Friday July 11th 2nd Friday Art Stroll www.MountDoraCenterfortheArts.org Friday July 11th 2nd Friday Movie in the Park OZ the Great & Powerful www.WhatToDoinMountDora.com Saturday July 12th An Intimate Evening with Rock~n~Roll Legend Rick Derringer www.MountDoraLive.com Thursday July 17th Mount Dora Food Trucks www.MountDora.com Saturday July 19th A Tribute to the Comedy of Red Skelton www.MountDoraLive.com Saturday July 19th Lakeside Inn Street Palooza & Summer Lawn Concert Series www.Lakeside-Inn.com Please see our video lineup of Events each month on Every Monday Table top Team Trivia for cash and SAKE! at Lake Dora Sushi and Sake 227 E Main St 6:30PM FREE. WIN prizes...and SAKE! Every Thursday ALS Loves the Ladies! Ladies enjoy special discounts throughout the ALS Corner businesses every Thursday! Friday July 4, 2014 4th of July Celebration Parade starts on Main & Ruby St 5PM. Activities including children’s game zone in Wooton Park til 9:30PM. Black Canvas rocking on the big stage at ALS Landing from 7-11 Fireworks at 9PM in Wooton Park (352)742-6176 Friday, July 18 Canvas the Corner Enjoy a wine and art walk throughout ALS Corner. Sample 16 different wines and keep your souvenir glass for $12 per person. For more information, call 321-377-8953. Saturday July 26, 2014 Rodger’s Birthday Scavenger Hunt Extravaganza. Help celebrate Rodger Kooser’s birthday with an adult scavenger hunt through ALS Corner. Must be 21 to participate. Call 321-377-8953 for details. July 2014 Please see our video lineup of Events each month on “Around the Lake” at www.VisitTavares.com
  • 29. FOCUS MAGAZINE LAKE COUNTY JULY 2014 29 JUNE Family Food Truck Nights Other Events D&E»EVENTCALENDAR Leesburg Saturday Morning Market 8:00 am to 1:00 pm on Towne Square, in Historic Downtown Leesburg. Produce, plants & flowers, Crafts, cooked and prepared specialty foods. The Market also has opportunities for farmers, plant vendors, food vendors, baked goods, handmade craft items, preserves, seafood and wood crafts. Presented by the Leesburg Partnership, for information call Cathie at 352-365-0053. www.leesburgsaturdaymorningmarket.com Mt. Dora Sunday Morning Market 9 am to 2 pm throughout season you can find locally-grown produce, wholesome and tasty baked goods, and crafts created by local residents. At the historic Lakeside Inn (800/556-5016) in the heart of lovely downtown Mount Dora. http://www.whattodoinmtdora.com/ farmers_market/ Sunday Morning Market Downtown Clermont 9 am – 2pm. 691 W Montrose Street, Clermont., Between 7th and 8th streets in downtown Clermont. Vendors may include fresh produce, plants, flowers, seafood and specialty foods. Call Cheryl Fishel at (352) 394-8618 or email cherylfishel@cfl.rr.com. www.clermontdowntownpartnership.com FRESH PRODUCE MARKETS Food Trucks information: Leesburg Saturday, June 14, 5:30 Clermont, Friday June 6th NEW LOCATION! City Hall Park at the corner of West Montrose Street and 7th Street. As the 2nd Anniversary Celebration of Food Trucks in Historic Downtown Clermont, the dining experience event will also introduce “Music On Montrose” as free entertainment for one and all. mprescott@cfl.rr.com Mt. Dora,Thursday, June 19th. The City of Clermont invites the public to the grand opening of the new Clermont Arts & Recreation Center on Friday, June 6, at 9:30 a.m. with tours until 11:00 a.m.The Center is located at 3700 S. US Highway 27, Clermont. For more information, call 352-241-7345. 5th Annual Leesburg Corn Festival Saturday, June 7, 9:00 – 6:00 Historic Downtown Main Street Fun filled Saturday Festival featuring famous Zellwood Sweet Corn. Corn for eating and to take home. Live entertainment, festival food, games, Kids area with blow-up rides and games and contests for adults and children. Contact Rex Masterman at 941-223-4177 or visit online at www.itsyourdowntown.com Bird & Butterfly Survey Saturday, June 07, 2014 7:30 - 11 a.m. Ellis Acres Reserve 25302 County Road 42, Paisley Experienced bird-watching volunteers are invited to help conduct bird surveys at this restoration habitat. Birders must be able to identify most common birds by sight or sound and have their own binoculars and field guides. Volunteers participating in the butterfly survey should be able to identify most common species.This activity will include hiking approximately two miles on trails. Call Lake County Parks & Trails at 352-253-4950 or email parksandtrails@ lakecountyfl.gov. Make Reservation for this Event Guitars & Cars Swap Meets Renninger’s Antique Center 20651 U.S. Hwy 441, Mount Dora Sunday, June 08, 2014 8 a.m - 3 p.m. Guitars and Cars: Two great swapmeets for the price of one, $2.00. Includes the Lake County Musician’s Swap Meet and Lake County Classic Car and Cycle Swap Meet. Call Renningers at 352-383-8393 or email doraantcenter@renningers.com. 1st Annual Barn Yard Sale Saturday, June 14, 2014 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Howey Horse Haven Rescue 22102 O’Brien Rd., Howey-in-the-Hills Huge barn/yard benefit. Proceeds for aid and support of the rescue horses at Howey Horse Haven. Book your own table to sell your items, tour the barn and meet the horses or just shop. NEW! Clermont Arts & Recreation Center June 6, at 9:30 a.m. with tours until 11:00 a.m. Call Teresa Meixner at 352-223-8761 or email info@howeyhorsehavenrescue.org. PAWS Therapy Dogs Wednesday, June 18 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. W.T. Bland Public Library 1995 N. Donnelly St., Mount Dora Licensed Therapy Dogs visit the library. Come and read aloud to a furry friend in the children’s program room. Call Lynn Gonzales at 352-735-7180 or email gonzalesl@cityofmountdora.com. “Blend” (an acapella group) at 8 PM on June 6 & 2 PM on June 7 “Legally Blonde,The Musical” at 8 PM on June 27, 28, July 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18 and 19 and at 2 PM on June 29, July 6, 13, 19 and 20 “Glengarry Glen Ross” at 7:30 PM on July 6, 13 & 20 BAY STREET PLAYERS SUMMER LINEUP! Picks and Stix Music Jamboree September 20th See website www.picksandstix.com 13TH Annual Corporate Spelling Bee-Adults love it! September 4th, 5-8PM at Lake Receptions Teams, no microphones, and the answers are written on a white board. Fun for all ages and benefit Take Stock in Children. Contact weidnerg@lake.k12.fl.us for details! SAVE THE DATE
  • 30. JULY 2014 thefocusmagazine.com30 Friday, July 4, 2014 Noon to 9:30 pm Ferran Park, Eustis For more information: www.eustis.org 352.357.7969 Sponsored by: KIDS FUN ZONE!!! Hip-Hop Dance Party Face Painter Hay Rides Construction Zone Crafts Dunk Tank Bounce House Amazing Race Challenge Planes, Trains & Automobiles
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