Phillips Landing resident Krista Inochovsky joins the team at Synergy Financial Solutions.
Michael Lewellen of Stoneybrook West is the new vice president of marketing and communications for Heart of Florida United Way.
Stoneybrook resident Michael Lewellen was appointed vice president of marketing and communications at Heart of Florida United Way. In this role, he works directly with the president, CEO and board of directors to develop and implement marketing/communications strategies that promote HFUW throughout Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. Michael has worked with Nike, Turner Sports, Fox Sports Regional Networks, Black Entertainment Television and Universal Orlando Resort. He also serves on the board of directors for the Garden Theatre, located in downtown Winter Garden.
Congratulations to Wesmere residents Stephen Richard Edward Adams and Corinne Annette Schuler on their marriage.
Christ the King Lutheran Preschool student Sarah Younes receives a lesson from a local firefighter visiting her school.
Heart of Florida United Way 2011-12 officers are (l. to r.) Robert “Bob” Brown of South Bay; John Moskos, chairman; David Ruiz of Windermere, vice chairman; E. Ann McGee, Ed.D., secretary; and Jim Cross, treasurer.
Windermere resident David Ruiz was appointed to Heart of Florida United Way’s 2011-12 slate of officers as vice chairman. In addition, the following Southwest residents were named to the board of directors: Val Demings of Dr. Phillips, John Fadool of Windermere, Randy Garfield of Bay Hill, and John Pisan and Richard Watkins of Windermere. Randy, who was newly elected this year, is executive vice president of worldwide sales and travel operations for Disney Destinations and president of Walt Disney Travel Co. He is the 30th community representative actively serving on HFUW’s board.
Little Fishes Preschool voluntary prekindergarten staff members (l. to r.) Barbara Stroud of Woodland Village, Janet Watkins of Winter Garden, Sue Gunning of Winderwood, Director Vivian Marshall of Apopka, Leonda Broderick of Sandy Springs, Michelle Smith of Ashton Park, and Patti Atcheson of South Bay receive certificates of achievement from the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County.
Little Fishes Preschool staff members and Southwest residents received certificates of achievement from the Early Learning Coalition of Orange County. The award reflects their accomplishments as voluntary prekindergarten valedictorians, an honor given to programs that rank in the top 15 percent of VPK readiness rates throughout the state for the 2010-11 school year.
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