Make Valentine’s Day special with a wedding at the Clerk’s office

first_img Engaged? Ready to take the plunge? Say “I do” with the Orange County Clerk of Courts.The Orange County Clerk Courts’ Office has four wedding ceremony rooms available for a couple’s special day.At the Orange County Courthouse, the ceremony room consists of a white flower archway for couples as they take their vows during the ceremony. White chairs are available in the room for family and friends in attendance.Ceremonies cost $30.00 and are performed on a first come, first served basis once couples have obtained and met all the requirements for a marriage license.Clerk Tiffany Moore Russell will perform some ceremonies from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at the Orange County Courthouse on Valentine’s Day.Ceremony rooms are also present at the following branch locations:Apopka branch: 1111 North Rock Springs Rd.Ocoee branch: 475 West Story Rd.Winter Park branch: 450 North Lakemont Ave.The Clerk’s new eMarriage application also makes it easier than ever for couples to start the application process for a marriage license on-line before ever coming to one of the locations.Use this link for more information on eMarriage, the marriage license application process, required documents, ceremony rooms and more.Discount available for Florida residents. If you are planning to get married with the Orange County Clerk of Courts and have not taken a premarital preparation course, you must apply for a marriage license three days prior to your wedding ceremony. The cost for a marriage license is $93.50. If you bring proof that you have completed a premarital preparation course the fee can be reduced to $61.00. Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here TAGSOrange County Clerk of the CourtValentines DayWedding Day Previous articleThere is no monopoly on prideNext articleBreaking News: Apopka police arrest two suspects on drug charges Dale Fenwick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your name here Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 last_img read more

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first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Do you have an e-learning problem? Then ask our experts to find a solution.E-mail it to the address at the bottom of the page Q I want to link my learning management system (LMS) to my self-service HRMSportal to integrate training with HR. The two systems are from differentsuppliers. Will this be a problem? A It depends on what you mean by ‘linking’ the systems. The easiestway to connect your systems is to create a link on the home page of the HRportal, which points to the LMS’s home page. It is just like directing usersfrom one website to another, and if that is all you want, read no further. However, sometimes people want a single sign-on (for example, the user signson to the HRMS portal and this authorisation passes to the LMS), so that usersdon’t have to sign on to both systems. Many LMSs support NT, Active Directoryand/or LDAP authentication. If your HRMS portal uses one of these methods, too,then single sign-on may be a snap. If not, ask the LMS vendor to design andimplement single sign-on, although it will take time and money. Function level integration is another way to link systems. If you want linkson your HR portal to point to functions in the LMS, for example, then somesystems have functions encapsulated as web links, and integrated as part of aportal’s web page. If the link you ask about relates to the look and feel, then how close doyou want the systems to match? This may mean you will have to modify the LMS’sbasic user interface (UI). If your HRMS portal is built on software from Plumtree, Stellant, or IBM,these vendors have a toolkit for enabling integration. Bear in mind thatstandards are currently under development, so each vendor will offer adifferent toolkit. This type of integration can also be costly and may delivermixed results. If there is a data link between the LMS and the HRMS, the data exchangedusually differs on a case-by-case basis. To enable a data link, you may need ITassistance to understand the data structures in the HRMS. If you know how you want the link to work and you have a collaborative LMSvendor, any problems can be solved. Response by Leonard Greenberg, chief technology officer of PathloreSoftware Corporation Professional dilemmasOn 1 May 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more