Representatives of Dr. P. Phillips YMCA held a grand reopening after the facility’s multimillion dollar renovation. The new and improved center is an innovative model for future YMCAs and provides members with a holistic approach to wellness. Due to partnerships with Orlando Health, Axum Coffee and other organizations, the Y’s members have easy access to health screenings, doctor referrals, education about healthy eating and cooking, and …
For a Super Super Bowl Sunday!
by Kirsten Harrington
The best Super Bowl parties offer plenty of game-day food.
Food, friends and football — there’s nothing quite as American as gathering for the big game. With Super Bowl right around the corner, we’ve put together a game plan of satisfying side dishes and tempting treats that will have your friends and family cheering!
MetroWest resident Nicole Gower and her family have been hosting Super Bowl parties for years. It’s a great excuse to hang out with friends, play some flag football, and watch the game. Nicole suggests providing a hearty dish, which could be as simple as ordering pizza, and then asking guests to bring a side dish.
Get in the Zone!
Sky Zone Orlando is an indoor trampoline park that offers exercise and fun.
If you are looking for a new and unique way to get your kids to leave the computer or video games and get some exercise, or if you want to throw a special birthday party, look no further than Sky Zone Orlando.
Located inside Artegon Marketplace on International Drive, this indoor trampoline park is the freshest way to work off energy and extra holiday weight gain.
Sky Zone Orlando operates weekdays from 11 a.m.-9 p.m., until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Orange Tree resident Megan Roy is named as Waterbridge Elementary’s teacher of the year.
compiled by Lauren Salinero
Megan Roy, a third-grade teacher at Waterbridge Elementary, was named as the school’s teacher of the year. Mrs. Roy graduated in 2005 with a degree in family and child sciences. She has served as the team leader for the third grade for the past five years and is a Common Core Black Belt. Mrs. Roy lives in Orange Tree with her husband, Michael, and four children.
Organic eating can be easier than you think!
This organic oatmeal latte is easy to make, healthy and delicious (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).
The new year is a great time to reflect on your life and think about what you can do to become happier and healthier. There are many resolutions you can make, but one that can benefit you, your family, your community and the planet is eating more organic food. It can also be easier than you think.
More than 15,000 votes were cast in the Best of Southwest 2017, Southwest Orlando Bulletin’s ninth annual survey of residents’ favorite restaurants, resorts and more. Congratulations to this year’s winners:
Face Your Financial Fears
In today’s economy, experts recommend ensuring you have a diversified retirement plan and balanced financial portfolio that includes conservative, low-risk products that are less impacted by stock market volatility (Photo courtesy of Getty Images).
John E. Russi, CPA
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In 1991, John E. Russi, CPA, formed John E. Russi, Certified Public Accountant PA. He provides services to a wide array of businesses and individuals, including, but not limited to, accounting and bookkeeping; payroll preparation and returns; tax-return preparation and tax planning; and financial, retirement and succession planning. Russi graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and he is a member of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants.