Keene’s Pointe Ladies Golf Association members attend their annual Toys for Tots holiday luncheon.
Keene’s Pointe Ladies Golf Association held its annual Toys for Tots holiday toy drive and luncheon. About 30 women donated new toys, which were collected by the Windermere Police Department. KPLGA member Rita Brown has coordinated the collection for six years. The event also included lunch at Brown’s home and an ornament exchange.
Attending Orange Tree Women’s Golf Association’s Christmas mixer, which benefits One Hope United, are (l. to r.) Jan Theophilus, Chairwoman Tommie Witthohn, Maria Weber of One Hope United, and OTWGA President Carolyn Alexander.
Members of Orange Tree Women’s Golf Association held a Christmas mixer to benefit One Hope United, which provides assistance to children in foster care who are abused, neglected or abandoned. The event included a presentation by Maria Weber of One Hope United.
The Central Florida Wolverines baseball team earns top honors in the 9-under Elite Division at the U.S. Specialty Sports Association Thanksgiving Super NIT tournament. Celebrating their win are players (front, l. to r.) Luis Rodriguez, Travis Stapleton, Gabriel Morales, Christian Brown, Khadin Bastian, A.J. Cullen, (middle, l. to r.) Devin Burkes, Tommy Groom, Anthony Garcia, Sam Broderson and Neil Boondhan; and coaches (back, l. to r.) Jeff Hoyle, Clyde Williams and Dean Boondhan. Not pictured: Ethan Vazquez.
Orlando Magic guard and Southwest resident Jameer Nelson (back, center) surprises two families with Christmas gifts and a trip to the Amway Center.
As part of NBA Cares Home for the Holidays, Orlando Magic guard Jameer Nelson surprised two local families with Christmas gifts and a trip to the Amway Center. The Southwest resident took photos and spent time with the families as they opened their presents.
The Bay Hill 18 Holers hold their annual holiday tournament and luncheon to benefit Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children’s Child Life Center.
The Bay Hill 9 Holers and Bay Hill 18 Holers held their respective holiday tournaments and luncheons. The women of the 9 Holers raised $1,340 for Mollie Ray Elementary School, and the 18 Holers donated toys for the children at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children’s Child Life Center.
Members of the Bay Hill 9 Holers hold their annual holiday tournament and luncheon to benefit Mollie Ray Elementary School. Also in attendance at the luncheon is Southwest resident Arnold Palmer (second row, center).
Montverde Academy eighth-grader Ashli Senturk is selected as an All-American cheerleader.
The Windermere Reign 11-under baseball team wins the Florida Travel Ball Amateur Athletic Union Winter Invitational VI Division Championship. Congratulations to players (front, l. to r.) Devon McCall, Michael Sutherland, Judson Hershiser, Logan Mueller, (middle, l. to r.) Jacob Drury, Grant Greca, Ryan Jean, Juan Bianchi, Justin Isenhour and Nathan Kohl; and coaches (back, l. to r.) Judd Hershiser, Gregg Greca and Kraige Jean. Not pictured: Alex Tarpley, David Bethencourt and Jake Peters.
After participating in the Mount Dora Bible School Christmas Tournament, Foundation Academy basketball players Halee Davis (left) and Alex Apuzzo are selected to the respective girls and boys All-Tournament teams.
Alex Apuzzo scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Lions to a 66-57 overtime win against Merritt Island High School, and guard Halee Davis scored a game-high 25 points and 11 rebounds to lead her team to a 48-35 win over Faith Christian Academy. Both of the FA juniors were named to their respective All-Tournament teams. Apuzzo also was recognized by head coach Andrew DeClercq as FA’s player of the week.
During U.S. Tennis Association Florida’s 62nd annual awards ceremony, Susie Rahimitabar of Orange Bay was honored with the 2011 USTA Florida Volunteer of the Year Award. Rahimitabar works at Lake Cane Tennis Center as director of junior programs, which includes QuickStart Tennis Levels I and II, and Munchkins; director of Fun & Sun Tennis Camp; and MG Tennis in-house singles league coordinator. She and her son, Jason, also maintain a free agents list to connect interested players and teams.
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