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10 News MARCH 2017 COLLEGEPARKPAPER.COM By Andrea Kudlacz Th e College Park Main Street held a fun business network- ing social February 9 in the garden at K Restaurant. A lot of College Park business owners, operators and friends visited with each other and exchanged cards. Th anks to Kevin Fonzo for sponsoring the event and to Central Florida Community Arts and Fred Hodes for supply- ing entertainment. Networking social fosters business connections Dancing on the Drive and Classic Car Show will be held in the heart of College Park along six blocks of Edgewater Drive Saturday, April 29, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. Th is year, in addition to bringing back the classic cars, College Park Main Street will be adding a live cover band that will play the last three hours of the event. A DJ will spin the tunes from 6:00 to 800 p.m. Plan ahead. Purchase a table for 10 for $150 now at www.collegepark- mainstreet.com/events. Dancing on the Drive is April 29 Th e day before Valentine’s Day, major sponsors and contributors to the College Park Main Street organiza- tion were treated to a thank-you luncheon at Historic Dubsdread. Th e annual event is a way for the Main Street board of directors to show their appreciation to members who go above and beyond with their gen- erosity in support of our initiatives. In addition to the fabulous meal, attendees received a College Park Main Street umbrella created just for them. Major donors honored at luncheon College Park Main Street has four active committees: Design, Organization, Promotions and Business Development. If you are interested in joining one, please visit the College Park Main Street website to see what sparks your interest. In addition, our Main Street needs a volunteer e-newsletter editor to gather news from members and compile a newsletter each month. We are also looking for photographers, social media specialists, web content wizards and other volunteers on an ongoing or project basis. Visit www. collegeparkpartnership.com/volun- teer for more information or email us at andrea@collegeparkpartnership. com. Volunteers needed in several areas NEWS Photos by Andrea Kudlacz Top: Table sales are now available for Dancing on the Drive. Bottom: Crystal and Jason Holic, with son Jude, enjoyed the antique car show at last year’s Dancing on the Drive event. Photo by Andrea Kudlacz Angelyn Conklin, Jack Hanson and Grant Gribble. Photo by Andrea Kudlacz Dawn Farina, Deena Breed and Melissa Hart. Photo by Brian Spain Kevin Fonzo talks about the opening of the Edible Education Experience Kitchen House. , family. We are your neighbors, your friends, and just like TOM AND DEBORAH COOK Tom Cell : 407.963.9862 | Tom Email : email@example.com Deborah Cell : 407.963.9856 | Deborah Email : firstname.lastname@example.org TomAndDeborahCook.com TWO MINDS. ONE GOAL. WAY MORE THAN CHIROPRACTIC Exum Chiropractic Clinic offers a full range of: • Complete Chiropractic Care • Spinal Analysis • A Variety of Massages • Wellness Services • Weight Loss • Supplements • Sports Medicine • School Physicals WE ARE HONORED BY WHAT OUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY: “Exum produces results” “They helped me when no one else could!” “They go out of their way for me.” “They feel like family.” 3541 EDGEWATER DR, ORLANDO, FL 32804 PHONE:(407) 423-0038 EXUMCHIROPRACTIC.COM Chiropractic Clinic EXUM Dr. Robert J. Fritz, Jr., Dr. Daniel B. Moroff and staff are proud to be celebrating their 30th Year serving College Park!