Congratulations to Lakeside at Lakes of Windermere residents Jeremy and Lindsey Mammen on the birth of their son, Noah James.
Allie Schnacky of Lakes of Windermere is cast as Hannah Ford in the short film Choosing Fate.
Allie Schnacky, a student at NL Acting Studio in Winter Garden, was cast as Hannah Ford in Choosing Fate, the first film of Pathways the Trilogy, a series of three short films. Her sister, Ella, will portray young Hannah in the movie, which is scheduled for a summer 2012 release. The girls reside in Lakes of Windermere.
Congratulations to Chris and Gina Dyer of Lakes of Windermere on the birth of their daughter, Isabella Natalie Prestipino.
MetroWest resident Nikki Allen receives a Chatlos Doctoral Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Central Florida.
Nikki Allen, a 2008 graduate of The First Academy, received a Chatlos Doctoral Fellowship in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Central Florida’s Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences. This honor is bestowed upon the most highly qualified applicants to the biomedical sciences doctoral program in the fields of infectious diseases, cancer, cardiovascular diseases or neurodegenerative diseases. The MetroWest resident received a five-year package that includes a $31,000 annual stipend, full tuition waiver and health benefits.
Kenny Nadeau, owner of Uncle Kenny’s BBQ & Catering, announced the relocation of his restaurant to the Citrus Tower at 157 N. U.S. Highway 27 in Clermont. The Regency Oaks @ Stone Crest resident also unveiled a new menu.
While serving as Florida House of Representatives messengers, Lyndsey (left) and Cydney Taylor of Sand Lake Hills visit Gov. Rick Scott.
Dr. Phillips High School juniors Cydney and Lyndsey Taylor served as Florida House of Representatives messengers for House Speaker Dean Cannon, R-Winter Park. The Sand Lake Hills residents delivered mail, packages and messages to House representatives, as well as offices of the Florida Supreme Court. The girls also assisted in daily committee meetings and conducted a mock legislative session, where they proposed bills and debated their value for passage.
Realtor Barbara Vance of Windermere is featured on the cover of Abroad, an international Re/Max magazine.
Realtor Barbara Vance, a sales professional with Re/Max Properties S.W. Inc., was featured on the cover of Abroad, an international Re/Max magazine. The Windermere resident was pictured with Canadian Realtor Kimberly Marr to promote an article about Canadian buyers’ continued interest in the Central Florida housing market. Barbara is the exclusive Canadian liaison for Re/Max in Central Florida, and she and Kimberly have collaborated on several property sales in Windermere.
(L. to r.) Rotary Club of Windermere member Steve Fasen and President Brad Busbin welcome the Rev. Scott Billue of Next Community Church and Matthew’s Hope at a recent meeting.
The Rev. Scott Billue of Next Community Church spoke at a recent Rotary Club of Windermere meeting about Matthew’s Hope, an outreach project that benefits the homeless in west Orange County. Volunteers provide basic necessities like food, shelter and clothing, as well as assistance with alcohol and drug dependency, and mental health issues.
Cynthia Schweitzer (center), president of Palm Lake Elementary School’s PTA, is the March recipient of the You’ve Been Spotted Outstanding Community Service Award from Chick-fil-A of Sand Lake Road. She is congratulated by (l. to r.) Linda Martin, PLES Principal Carol Dorsey, and administrative dean Connie Kretz.
Palm Lake Elementary School PTA President Cynthia Schweitzer was the March recipient of the You’ve Been Spotted Outstanding Community Service Award from Chick-fil-A of Sand Lake Road. Cynthia, who has volunteered more than 700 hours at PLES this school year, was recognized for her work with PLES’s Kids Who Care club, as well as her numerous community outreach projects. Each month, Chick-fil-A of Sand Lake Road honors a Southwest resident or group who has been spotted giving back to the community. Winners receive a recognition party at Chick-fil-A. For more information or to suggest a nomination for the You’ve Been Spotted award, call Diana Mainieri at 407-351-1573, ext. 23; or email
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