Welcome to the Wedgefield Homeowners Association

Wedgefield is a Friendly and Peaceful Golf, Equestrian Community located in Orlando Florida. The Beauty of Wedgefield is it's laid back environment where golf carts and horses are used for transportation almost as much as cars.

The Wedgefield community is diverse in both age and culture and offers a great atmosphere for enjoying the natural beauty and great weather of Central Florida.

We encourage you to visit Wedgefield and have lunch at the Club House and get to know some of the people that call Wedgefield Home.

Our Next General Meeting is on Wednesday, August 13th at 7:00 PM at the Wedgefield Golf and Country Club. NO JULY GENERAL MEETING - HAVE A WONDERFUL VACATION!

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2. July Articles added

3. Wedgefield School News

4. Free Classifieds Updated

5. Bible Summer Camp Info added

6. Wedgefield Golf and Country Club July Specials Added

7. Monthly Adopt-A-Tree Information




Reporting can be anonymous and confidential

Please call: Orange County "TIPS" Line


Reference: Video Case # M-044944

Help Keep our Wedgefield Community Safe




JULY 14-18, 2014
(Registration begins May 5, 2014)
9:00AM – 4:00PM


Children’s Safety Village
910 Fairvilla Rd, Orlando, FL, 32808

$150 per week/per child

The Heroes Summer Camp is for children
ages 5 -11. Space is limited to 20.

Extended care is available.










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Wedgefield Golf and Country Club

July Specials




Wedgefield Homeowners Association

Rules and Restrictions


Section 1.7 "Member"- shall mean and refer to an individual who (a) owns or leases a Lot
in the Properties; and (b) who has applied for membership in the Association; and (c) paid the
annual dues; and (d) is otherwise in good financial standing with the Corporation.


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Monthly Adopt-A-Tree

Saturday, July 12th ~ 8am to 12pm

Orange County Extension Education Center, 6021 S. Conway Road, Orlando, 32812


This is a FREE program for all Orange County citizens designed to encourage residents to add trees to our environment.  Adding trees to the landscape has many long-term benefits.  Along with the obvious advantages of shade and beauty, trees provide oxygen, filter pollution, and create habitats for wildlife.  In addition, trees replenish our lost tree canopy that has diminished due to storm damage, age, and development.  Each county resident must provide proof of residency and will receive up to two trees while supplies last.

Neighborhood Classifieds


Housekeeper needed

I am looking for a housekeeper. Please call 321-804-7081.

Mr. Froggy Lawn Care & More...

Tired of spending your weekend doing yard work? Let us do the work! Please call or text 321-276-9409 for a FREE ESTIMATE. No job is too big or too small. Competitive pricing and quality work. Thanks. Julio and Nina

Children's Items

Little Tikes toy boxes- $25 green and white with blue lid 30(L) x 18(W) x 18 (H). $35 pink and white with pink lid. 33(L) x 22(W) x 21(H). Both for $50. Children's books and older children's novels 81 books $35; Board games $3 each; Hotwheels tracks and 100 cars $35. kczarina@bellsouth.net


Nova brand spider lamp for sale. Beautiful condition. $50 - email me at stilwellc@yahoo.com for pics/information.

Air Conditioning Service & Installation

Special rates for Wedgefield community. Military & First responders discounts. 407-234-0128


Mad magazines Old selection of comic books sportscards (basketball baseball hockey etc) memorabilla of Elvis Presley LP Records. Please call Rose if interested. (407)568-1805

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Lost and Found


April 17, 2014


Good news I have found my Beagle. My mini Dachshund is still missing. She is 4 years old, black and silver with brown points. She is kind of shy, no collar.

She was lost on Edgerton between Reynolds and Starry off Dallas blvd. My Beagle was found on Starry. Please forward this info to anyone who lives in Wedgefield.

I have signs out, and this info is posted on facebook. Please Help, 407-568-0608 or 407-325-6694.


April 16, 2014


Our female black lab Koko went missing this morning (4/16/14) near Bancroft and Quinella. She has some white on her face and a missing lower canine tooth. She was wearing two collars with tags when she got out of our yard but one or both may be missing now. She is microchipped. Koko is a very sweet dog and will likely run up to you if you call her. If you find her please tie her securely, she is an escape artist. We can be reached at (951)837-6261 or (951)837-6262.

April 16, 2014


Hello, we are visiting our parents when our dog escaped from the back yard. He's a 50 lb black and tan fox hound, very friendly, and answers to the name Loki. He should have a collar with my phone number in addition to his microchip.


Please call 386-314-9227


Bayanihan at Wedgefield

Bayanihan at Wedgefield held its annual Easter Celebration at the Wedgefield Park with 80 members and friends in attendance. There were plenty of food, good company, and the children were all busy hunting for the eggs the Easter Bunny hid for them, a good time was found by all.


The afternoon was not only a day of good food and fun games, but a time to take care of business. Nominations were made and votes were cast to fill the open Auditor Position. Congratulations to Ms. Charito Noble on her election to the position. The 2014 officers were sworn in by one of the founders of Bayanihan at Wedgefield and past president, Ms. Emlyn Tobillo.


President Toves then opened the meeting with discussions and votes to finalize the events and activities scheduled for the remainder of 2014.

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Note from the President

It’s obvious that summer is upon us, and now we have the much needed daily showers (storms).  My yard resembles a giant sponge that seems holds the water forever.  Two weeks went by before I could cut the grass and make it look half decent, and then I had to finish in the rain.  But I have to keep reminding myself that it was not that many months ago that I snickered frequently, in the evening, while watching the weather reports.  My thoughts were “those poor fools up north putting up with all that snow, ice and freezing weather”.  Guess it does not matter where you live, there are good things and bad things that you have to contend with.  Like watching my grass grow…


I’m pleased to announce that we have a new addition to the WHOA Board of Directors.  Mr. Mike Nolan agreed to complete the vacancy left open when our past vice-president, Anthony Grabowski, has to resign because of new job conflicts.  Mike will complete Anthony’s term to the end of this year.  Additionally, at our last Board Meeting we nominated Mike for vice-president and the vote was a unanimous YES.  I consider this to be a huge advantage for our Board and the community.  Mike also serves as one of the Supervisors on the Ranger Drainage District Board and will now be serving on or Board as well.  This will turn out to be a positive benefit for both organizations and will serve to unite the organizations and allow better communication and cooperation.  Welcome Mike next time you see him please.

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Positive Words

My Thanksgiving Feast

As I feasted during Thanksgiving dinner, I was faced with the knowledge that others may not be as fortunate as I am. I know that there are people within my own 32833 zip code that may not have the means to nourish their bodies with a daily meal, yet alone a thanksgiving dinner. And there are others who do not have shelter to protect themselves during the cold of the night and call the open streets their home.

As I continued to feast fully knowing that half way around the world at the country of my birth, the Philippines, there were hundreds of thousands of displaced people living in make shift tents, waiting for days without food and water thanks to the most powerful natural disaster recorded to happen; Typhoon Haiyan.

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Neighborhood Watch

Each Month Neighborhood Watch Information will continue to be published in an ongoing effort to keep our community informed on crime watch matters.


During the last half of May to Present date of JUNE 15, 2014 based on Orange County Sheriff’s crime statistics and individual reports there were TWO Residential Burglaries ONE in the 19800 block of Glen Elm (in the reserve) and ONE in the 19500 block of Quinella and ONE Auto Burglary in the 20200 block of Peabody.

I had the pleasure of meeting several of our residents who are members of our HOA while delivering the HOA Signs. I occasionally had difficulty finding certain addresses because of the lack of signage or poorly maintained signage. If I had trouble in broad day light you can imagine the problems law enforcement or the fire department will have at night.

Also remember we never open our doors unless we know who is there and if we do not want to do so we at least let them know you are home.  And if you are concerned you can yell, “HARRY GET THE GUN” even if HARRY does not live there.

During the past couple weeks I have had 2 reports of SUSPICIOUS VEHICLES and several reports of non road worthy or unlighted vehicles being driven by youngsters on our streets both day and night. REMEMBER for a non-licensed youth to drive a motorized vehicle on the street IT IS A FINEABLE OFFENCE AND THE NON EMERGENCY NUMBER SHOULD BE CALLED.


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Citizens On Patrol

Going on Vacation? Read these Vacation reminders.

Fourth of July Holiday Safety

Boating Safety

Extreme Heat Preparedness

How to Recognize and Treat Heat Stroke

How to Recognize and Treat Heat Stroke in Dogs

How to Set Off Fireworks Safely

Outdoor Grilling Safety


Pool Safety


What is the Heat Index


Tropical Storms and Hurricane Preparedness


US Severe Weather Advisories - Watches - Warnings Map


Emergency Board Up of Your Home

Hurricane Awareness - Wind

Hurricane Awareness - Storm Surge

Hurricane Safety

Preparing Your Boat for a Hurricane

Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane


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Calling All Green Thumbs


The June garden club presenter was Lee Breedlove, she brought information about the flowering plants of Hawaii. There were pictures and information especially about O’ahu. For the door prizes, Lee brought a pound of Coffee made in Hawaii, a colorful calendar featuring flowers of Hawaii, a box of Chocolate Macadamia nuts and two coasters featuring a Pineapple.

July’s program will be with Janis Thaw as presenter. She is going to give a program about Flowering Trees, Plants and Flowers.

Come and join us on the first Thursday of each month. We will meet next on July 3rd at 11:00. You are invited to stay for lunch in the Country Club meeting room.

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Yard of the Month


Yard of the Month Program - Voting began in April, during the first week of the month. Judging will be done by 3 people on a criteria of the best yards viewed and voted on during the viewing time. A yard sign will be awarded to the winning yard. That sign will be picked up and presented to the next month's winner.


July Yard of the Month


Judges chose a yard that depicts an English cottage style garden feeling. The address is 18754 Roberson and is owned by Kuong P. Deng.  A friend, Gary Martinelli,  was kind enough to show us around the various gardens, and give us background  on many of the plants.
Since they moved from Connecticut only 4 years ago, they have created some fabulous
landscaping in such a short time.  It’s a butterfly and hummingbird heaven with some of the following plants:  Mexican Sage, Passion Flowers, Dragon Vine, Rangoon creeper, various gingers, St. John’s vine, hot lips salvia, and Chinese pagoda.  They also have an extensive fruit and vegetable garden.
We had two honorable mentions at 18321 Robertson and 18938 Overton.  Also, there were two “fun” yards at 18738 Northrop and 18817 Mosby.


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Firewise Communities

Hurricane Season has arrived.  What does that have to do with Firewise?  Whether wildfires or hurricanes the evacuation process is the same.

Prepare NOW not when the order to evacuate occurs.   If you go the The Florida Division of Emergency Management website, you will find the following recommendations:

Being Ready for An Emergency is As Easy As. . .

In an emergency you need to be ready to make it on your own. What should you have in your disaster supply kit? One gallon of water for each person per day.  You should have enough water for at least three days. If you have four people in your family, you should store one gallon of water  X4 people X3 days = 12 gallons of water.

Canned and dried food – food that is easy to prepare and doesn’t need refrigeration

Manual can opener

Sleeping bags or cot

Flashlight or lantern with batteries

First-Aid kit

Bathroom supplies


Prescription drugs

Emergency Contact list

Soap and hand sanitizer

Face masks

NOAA All-Hazards Weather Radio or battery-powered radio

Credit cards and cash

Duct tape

Heavy garbage bags or tarps

Important documents

Waterproof container

Fire extinguisher

Whistle or airhorn




Pet Supplies, such as cage, leash, food, medicines and medical records


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Lunch and Movie


Every Tuesday ten to fourteen gals meet at different restaurants, visit and then attend the newest movies. The restaurants that the lunch group enjoyed were “Chili’s”, “Macaroni Grill”, “I-Hop”, “Cooper’s Hawk”, “Louie & Marie’s”, “Long Horn”, Azteca de Oro Mexican” and “Papa Gio’s”. 


The movies that we loved were “Chef”, “Blended”, “Million Dollar Arm”, “The Fault in our Stars”, Godzilla”, “Maleficent”, and “Neighbors”. 


If you are new to the neighborhood and you would like to join us for lunch and to the movies, please call Jan Berglund (407) 568-3313 or Sylvia Cox (407) 568-2410.

REMEMBER: I’ve seen how hard I can work; now I am seeing how hard I can play.


Wedgefield Classy Red Hat Ladies


On May 16th Sherrie Witkowski, Arlinda Phills and Jan Berglund were the hostesses for our “Red Hat’ party that was held at “Longhorn Steak House; we had a sweet time. The winners of the door prizes were Marilyn Eagen, Jackie Miner and Connie DeVries. We celebrated Arlinda and Sherrie’s birthdays.

On June 20th the hostesses will be Ann Breazzano, Debbie Goderis and Ann Grimes. We will be heading to “Ruby Tuesday’s” for a fun day. Carol Edwards will be bringing a friend.

On July 16th we are heading to “Eagle Creek at Lake Nona. The hostesses will be Nancy Runyan, Bea Christensen and Carol Edwards.

On July 16th, Jackie Miner, Jan Berglund, Sylvia Cox, Nancy Stickrod, Rosemary Wolfe, Joanne Cobbs and her friend (Betty), Joan Smith and five of the “Sunshine Home Makers” will be boarding the “Barbara Lee” Riverboat. It leaves from Sanford and we will be going down the St. John’s River and have our choice of salmon or prime rib. There will be entertainment. We went last year and it was fantastic, so relaxing.

Nancy Stickrod, Rosemary Wolfe, Jan Berglund, Sylvia Cox, Norma Hallberg and Joan Smith have bought season tickets to the Titusville Playhouse. We will see seven shows starting in September and go until May. We will go on a Sunday at 2:00 PM and then after the show we will dine at various local restaurants in Titusville. Can’t wait!

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Community Emergency Response Team


During the past few months, some members of the Wedgefield C.E.R.T. have been participating in National Table Top Training Sessions and one thread in each session pointed out a short coming in our Wedgefield plan: In each session, a priority issue was to check on the handicapped, the disabled and the elderly. With over 6,000 residents in Wedgefield, we must have some people who fit within these categories. Before Hurricane Season begins, we need your help locating these residents!


Do you know of anyone in the community that is on oxygen, needs insulin for Diabetes, on dialysis, uses an aid for walking or has a Care Giver that comes to take care of them? We would like to know in confidence who they are, in case of an emergency. If we know where they are, we can be sure to get help to them as quickly as possible. This information would be kept to our team and would only be used in the event of a disaster in our community. If you are aware of anyone, please have them contact Helen Unser (407) 568-9659 or e-mail: punser@cfl.rr.com or Cindy Bethoney (732) 221-8370 or e-mail: cynebet@gmail.com.


The Office of Emergency Management will hold C.E.R.T. training at the City of Orlando, Emergency Operations Center, 110 North Andes Ave. Orlando, FL 32807 (behind City of Orlando Police training area, follow EOC arrows) starting on Tuesday April 22nd and on six consecutive Tuesdays through June 3rd. The classes will run from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. with Graduation on Saturday June 7. Anyone interested should contact Cherie Boyce, (407) 836-9097 or e-mail: cherie.boyce@ocfl. This training will prepare one for handling emergency situations, medical operations, fire safety, utility/hazardous materials, light search & rescue, radio communications and much more.


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Wedgefield K-8 School News


Wedgefield Special Edition

I promised to share with you information as it became available on the construction of the new school.  At the School Board meeting on June 10, 2014, the board unanimously approved hiring Pirtle Construction Company as the Construction Manager at Risk for the Wedgefield K-8 Site.


The planning process is on schedule and we will be holding a community meeting in the fall.  The meeting date has not been determined at this time.


Please feel free to share this email with any friends or neighbors. I am also asking Principal Pritts at Columbia Elementary, Principal Lundman at East River High and Principal Vela at Corner Lake Middle to post this on their school website. This information will also be posted on my home page at www.ocps.net.



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Closing on a home, and need an "estoppel" letter?
Please send a request for an estoppel letter, along with a check for $50.00 to:

Rich Mehochko
Director, Wedgefield Homeowners Association
19248 Quarterly PKWY
Orlando, FL  32833

Make the check payable to "Wedgefield Homeowners Association"
Please include all of the pertinent information concerning
the property and the owner on your estoppel form letter.

If you have any concerns or questions of your water/sewer service provider, Pluris Wedgefield
you can contact them at their email address:


Questions about Billing, Customer Service, Notification, etc. should be sent to that address.  Residents are invited to tour the plant and meet the on site personal.  Please send them an email to request a tour.

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