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Is there a check waiting for you?(813) 909-2800A S K FOR DIANE The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSTAKE OUR FREE TE S T TO S EE IF YOUR B U S INE SS QUALIFIE S FOR A B P OIL S ETTLE M ENT CHECK We’re helping local businesses file their claims By B.C. Manion b c m an i on@cnewspu b s.co m Negotiations are underway to make Michele Baker the first female to serve as county administrator in Pasco County. Commissioners voted 4-1 on June 25 to offer the position to Baker, and to direct Commission Chairman Ted Schrader to negotiate the contract with her. The vote came after Schrader told the board that its first choice — Tomas “Tommy” Gonzalez, the city manager from Irving, Texas – had halted negotiations in a June 22 email. In that email, Gonzalez wrote, “Thank you and the commission for your offer to be the next Pasco Chief Executive Officer. However, after discussing compensation and much consideration, I don’t think this is the best fit for my family and me at this time.” Gonzalez’s total salary and fringe benefits in Texas exceeded $400,000, compared to a salary of $180,000, plus a car allowance for John Gallagher, who retired June 1 from Pasco’s top post. Commissioner Pat Mulieri, who championed Baker all along, made the motion to offer her the job. After the meeting, Mulieri said in an email: “I felt she should have a chance to spread her wings. She is dedicated and gives 200 percent.” The commissioner noted that Baker played a key role in brokering the deal for The Shops at Wiregrass to locate in Pasco County. That shopping mall, according to Mulieri “was the catalyst for much of the growth in Wesley Chapel, and Wesley Chapel is the economic engine for Pasco. “I believe Michele is the right person at the right time,” Mulieri added. “We are entering budget season, and it is going to be a tough year. We need stability on the board to move it forward. We cannot be dickering over an administrator.” Mulieri also cited the historic significance of having a woman at the local government’s helm for the first time since the county was formed in 1887. Commissioner Henry Wilson was the sole dissenter.Baker reacted to the commission’s action, via email. She said she is “honored and humbled” by her selection, and she hopes the contract negotiations will be completed swiftly.Baker began serving as interim county administrator on June 1, when Gallagher retired following 31 years as the county’s top executive. She joined the county in 1993 as its emergency management director. In 2005, she became program administrator for engineering services. Two years later, she became chief assistant county administrator. Michele Baker Local July Fourth festivities will celebrate the 237th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence creating the United States of America. (Photo by Ed Pierce) Lutz gears up to turn 100 in styleBy B.C. Manion b c m an i on@cnewspu b s.co m Organizers of this year’s Fourth of July festivities in Lutz are planning to celebrate the nation’s independence and the 100th birthday of this community north of Tampa.Those putting together the schedule of activities expect the celebration to offer a sense of nostalgia, along with its usual oldfashioned fun. Festivities kick off at 8 a.m. with the 5k, followed by a One Mile Fun Run that starts at 8:45 a.m. By Ed Pierce ep i erce@cnewspu b s.co m As July Fourth celebrations near, the chances of sustaining serious injuries from improper use of fireworks increase.Pasco County Fire Inspector Amy Schultz said firefighters urge caution at all times when celebrating using any type of fireworks.She said 271 fires were started around the state by fireworks on Independence Day in 2011, resulting in $743,000 in property damage and hundreds of minor burns and other injuries. “We suggest using common sense at all times when setting off fireworks,” Schultz said. “Plan for the best, but prepare for the worst.” The only fireworks legally approved for use in Florida are glow worms, sparklers, fountains and snakes. Everything else that is propelled into the air — including bottle rockets — is illegal, according to Schultz.But enforcing existing laws is difficult because loopholes in the state ordinance allow residents to purchase illegal fireworks by signing a waiver that they are using the explosives for agricultural purposes or to scare birds.Schultz warned that the waiver may absolve the seller of responsibility in the event of a fire or accident, but it does not waive liability for anyone who purchases illegal fireworks and a mishap occurs. “We would love everyone to visit one of the seven public fireworks displays in the area, but we know some citizens will have their own displays,” she said. “My advice, if that is the case, is to only light one at a time,” she said. “Have water or an extinguisher nearby. If something doesn’t explode, let it cool down first to make sure it won’t relight before handling it.” Schultz also said children and pets should be kept clear of fireworks. “Lots of people underestimate sparklers, which are entirely legal,” she said. “Sparklers burn at more than 1,200 degrees and can cause burns. Always have a bucket of water or sand on hand to put the hot sparklers in.”Patrick Cook of Galaxy Fireworks said the local company, which has more than 70 tents and three stores in the greater Tampa area, is hoping last-minute customers push sales to levels above last year’s record figures.Cook said about 66 percent of the company’s revenues are derived from Independence Day sales, with the rest coming from fireworks sold around New Year’s Eve.“If the weather cooperates, indicators show we could do better this year than in the past,” Cook said. Fireworks, such as these shown at a retail tent in Wesley Chapel, are widely available, but firefighters urge caution when celebrating with any type of fireworks. (Photo by Ed Pierce)Firefighters urge caution when celebrating with fireworks For a look at Lutz’s colorful past, see page 8Pasco tenders offer to BakerSee LUTZ, page12

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By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com They were born in places such as Brazil, Mexico, Haiti and Dade City, and many speak English as a second language, but they came together last week to embark on an effort to reduce bullying, improve safety and change the culture on school campuses and in district offices in Pasco County. At the “Together We Stand – Pasco Youth and Community Summit,” keynote speaker H. Roy Kaplan, set the tone for the day by asking a series of questions. He wanted a show of hands of how many were born in Pasco County, how many in Florida, how many in a different state, how many in a different country? Then he wanted to know how many spoke English as a second language. The answers were telling. This group was diverse. Once he established that, Kaplan discussed that despite different languages, cultures and colors, everyone at the summit is related to scientifically verifiable common ancestry. The summit was called as part of a district effort to reduce bullying and violence on its campuses. In a district with 67,000 students, Kaplan asked, “How do we create an environment where we don’t lose track of people? We need to make better people before we make better students. We need to create a sense of community in every school.” “Bullying is not a normal part of growing up,” said Kaplan, who is an equity officer for the U.S. Office for Civil Rights. The June 27 summit was held as part of an agreement with the Office for Civil Rights, stemming from an investigation after an incident involving Zephyrhills High students. “We need to improve the culture and climate of our schools, so that all students feel wanted and respected and appreciated,” Kaplan said. “This is an important day and it’s just the beginning,” Kaplan said, before the assembly broke into smaller groups to discuss the issues and offer ways to address them. The summit drew together 158 people including district staff, students, parents, school board members and representatives from area businesses, political leaders and social agencies. “We, as a district, understand that there are issues that we need to address,” Pasco Schools Superintendent Kurt Browning said. Amelia Van Name Larson, assistant superintendent for student achievement, was in the session where students were discussing issues and potential solutions. They said that racial slurs have become part of the day-to-day vocabulary, and that they’re not always intended to hurt, Van Name Larson said. They also said they hear the N-word on a daily basis, she added. Students also noted that some teachers have favorites and that sends a bad message to kids. They also said they need a safe place to report what is happening. Margarita Romo, recently inducted into Florida’s Civil Rights Hall of Fame for her work with farmworkers and immigrants, said “It’s not just about kids being bullied by kids. It’s also about the kids who do the bullying. “Why do people bully? Maybe there’s a problem in their house. They don’t look at a child deep enough. ‘What is going on?’ ” Schools need more social workers and counselors, Romo said. Parents need help in dealing with issues, she said. They may lack the resources and the language to deal effectively with these problems. “I’ve seen kids expelled. Their life is over,” Romo said. Nancy Montoya, a member of the Parent Teacher Association’s board at Double Branch Elementary and John Long Middle School, said she came to the conference because she’s interested in preventing problems. Browning said he plans to hold the summit every year. There will be additional opportunities to engage the community and there were will be other opportunities during the year. “I want to change the culture of the Pasco County school district,” Browning said. It needs to be a place where people feel safe and can express their feelings and concerns, the superintendent added. And, throughout the district, both adults and students need to be sending the same message, Browning said. “This behavior cannot and will not be tolerated,” Browning said. THISISWHATAHEARTATTACKFEELSLIKETOAWOMAN.(UNUSUALUPPERBODYPAIN,ORDISCOMFORTINONEORBOTHARMS,BACK,SHOULDER, NECK,JAWORUPPERPARTOFTHESTOMACH) OtherHeartAttackSymptomstoWatchOutFor:Chestpain,discomfort,pressureorsqueezing,liketheresatonofweightonyou€Shortnessof breath€Nausea€Light-headednessorsuddendizziness€Unusualfatigue€Breakingoutina coldsweat Ifyouexperienceanyoneofthesesymptoms,dontmakeexcusesforthem. MaketheCall.DontMissaBeat. 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We need: — Strong student leaders to attend events like this — Our administrators to enforce discipline — A stronger support system to help deal with stress — More cultural understanding between people — Violence education, and opportunities to hear that other people have the same issues. — More support to help us with personal and home problems/we need to have someone to talk to confidentially about our problems — To develop school spirit through yearround activities, and not just during Homecoming Week — To improve communication between students, parents, and staff — Help getting drugs out of our schools — Adults to deal fairly with all students without showing favoritism. — To eliminate cliques, racial slurs, and drama — To be motivated to succeedYouth summit aims to create safer schools Students from across Pasco County gathered at a summit to discuss issues and offer solutions. (Photo by B.C. Manion)

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Box 479 € Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 € fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com www.facebook.com/thelakerlutznews EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com € sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors € 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadvertisingdistributors.comPres i dent & Publ i sher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.com The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLUTZ, WESLEY CHAPEL, LAND O LAKES, WEST PASCO, TRINITY, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITYServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 EDITORIALED PIERCE Editor epierce@cnewspubs.com B.C. MANION Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com JEFF ODOM Staff Writer jodom@cnewspubs.com MARY RATHMAN Editorial Assistant mrathman@cnewspubs.com ACCOUNTINGMATTHEW MISTRETTA Art Director art@cnewspubs.com STEFANIE BURLINGAME Graphic Designer art@cnewspubs.com MARY EBERHARD meberhard@cnewspubs.com KATHY WELTON kwelton@cnewspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE HEALTH & WELLNESS Breast-feeding 101St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital is offering a Breast-feeding 101 class from 1 to 4:30 p.m. July 7. The class will cover the basics of breast-feeding, milk production and proper positioning and latch-on techniques. Cost is $35. To register, call (813) 443-3078.Look Good…Feel BetterSt. Joseph’s Hospital Cancer Institute is offering the cancer support program “Look Good…Feel Better” from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8. This is a free program for women before, during and after cancer treatment, to teach beauty techniques to help reduce the appearance-related side effects of treatment. To register, call the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-9954 or (813) 443-3078.Diabetes managementThe Medical Center of Trinity will host a diabetes self-management workshop at 9 a.m. from July 8 through Aug. 12. The class is 2.5 hours once a week for six weeks. Topics include techniques to deal with symptoms, appropriate exercise, healthy eating, use of medication and working with health care providers. Seating is limited. The center is at 9330 SR 54. For reservations, call (727) 8345630. Healthy eating programThe Medical Center of Trinity will host the program “Healthy Eating Every Day” every Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. for 14 weeks from July 10 to Oct. 9. The program is designed to help people improve the quality of their diets by building cognitive and behavioral skills around healthy eating. Classes are at 9330 SR 54. Reservations are required. For information, call (727) 834-5630.Support for autismThe Medical Center of Trinity will host a Helping HANDs meeting at 7 p.m. July 10 at 9330 SR 54. The topic is “Sibling Support” and will feature Tropicana speeches on having a sibling with a disability. For information, contact Jonica Chittum at (813) 402-9442 or jonica.chittum@hcahealthcare.com.Pasco Aging NetworkThe Pasco Aging Network will meet from 8 to 10 a.m. July 10 at the CARES Dr. Rao Masunuru Enrichment Center, 12417 Clock Tower Parkway in Hudson. Guest speaker is Ralph Loffredo from the Center for Retirement Security. A free breakfast will be provided. TO RSVP, call Teri Nichols at (353) 796-6000.Back pain presentationThe Spine Care Centers of West Florida at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will present a lecture entitled “Minimally Invasive Treatment for Lumbar Spine Disease” at 3 p.m. July 11 at 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson. Guest speaker is neurosurgeon Dr. John Soliman. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Reservations are required. For information, call (727) 869-5498.Comedy event at MoffittMoffitt Cancer Center will host comedians Tony Esposito and Thomas Brown in “Laughter is the Remedy” from 6 to 11 p.m. July 12 in the Couch Auditorium, 12902 Magnolia Drive. The event will combine humor, health disparities and cancer education. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. The event is for those 21 and older. Seating is limited. To register for the free event, visit bit.ly/laughteristheremedy.Aging services for seniorsHillsborough County Senior Centers offer a variety of free programs and activities to local seniors age 50 and older. These include blood pressure checks, exercise classes, health education, games, recreation, educational classes and more. There are 16 senior dining centers and eight senior centers that provide hot nutritious noontime meals for those age 60 and older. The local Lutz senior center is at 112 First Ave. and can be reached at (813) 264-3803. For information and a list of other senior and dining centers, call (813) 272-5250 or call the Elder Helpline at (800) 963-5337. Co-dependency groupThe Medical Center of Trinity will host the new Co-Dependence Anonymous group from 7 to 8 p.m. every Thursday. Upcoming meetings are July 11, 18 and 25. The group is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The group will meet at the West Pasco Campus, 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey. For information, call Shirley at (727) 816-8678 or Judy at (727) 858-3013. Expectant parent toursSt. Joseph’s Hospital-North offers hospital tours for expectant parents every Sunday at 2 p.m. The tour introduces the many services available to the entire family and is free. The hospital is at 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. To register, call (813) 443-3078.Mental illness support groupThe Pasco County Chapter of NAMI offers support group meetings for family and friends of those with mental illness at the Branch of Christ storefront, Cypress View Square Shopping Complex in Wesley Chapel. The meetings are the first and third Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 27223 SR 56. For information, call (727) 992-9653.Lactation consultationsThe obstetrics unit at Medical Center of Trinity is now offering the services of a lactation consultant to assist and support new mothers with breast-feeding. Bonnie Boone is an international board-certified lactation consultant specializing in clinical management of breast-feeding. The center is at 9330 SR 54. For information, call Mary LaRoy, director of obstetrics, at (727) 834-4246. Obstetrics program tour scheduledMedical Center of Trinity is offering scheduled tours through its obstetrics program at noon on July 20. The medical center is at 9330 SR 54 in Trinity. A registered nurse educator will conduct tours with small groups and guide them through the obstetrics unit. The tour includes a visit to the motherbaby and birthing suites, and an opportunity to observe the infant safety and security program. Guests are invited to bring questions with them. Spaces are limited and reservations are required. Call (727) 834-5630 to register. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills adds stroke certificationFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills has earned the designation as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is the only hospital in Pasco County that has been designated as an AHCA Comprehensive Stroke Center, and is one of just 26 stroke centers in Florida with the designation. “The Comprehensive Stroke Center certification shows our continued commitment to providing the highest quality of care for stroke patients,” Doug Duffield, president and CEO of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, said in a news release. “It also distinguishes our stroke team, which includes academic neurosurgeons from USF Health, neuro-interventional radiologists, board certified neurologists and emergency physicians, and stroke certified registered nurses as leaders in stroke diagnosis, management, treatment and rehabilitation in Pasco County.” The hospital’s Stroke Center, as part of the Brain and Spine Institute, provides complete care for head, neck, brain, and spinal cord tumors, diseases, and injuries.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 4 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CANDIDATE SPIRIT NIGHT The GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club is hosting a Guv'na Candidate Spirit Night in support of candidate Lauren Leahey from 4 to 7 p.m. July 3 at The Gathering Place, 16319 N. Florida Ave. in Lutz. Mention the Guv'na campaign or Lauren's name and 15 percent of the food check will benefit her efforts. GREYHOUND DOGS Greyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay will have a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from 11 a.m. to noon July 6 at the Wesley Chapel Petco, 1231 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. For information, call (813) 971-4732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org. YANKEE DOODLE DANDY Tampa Theatre will show the 1942 autobiographical musical Yankee Doodle Dandy, starring James Cagney, at 3 p.m. July 7. Tickets are $9 for general admission and $7 for members. The theater is at 711 N. Franklin St. in downtown Tampa. For information, call (813) 274-8286. DANCING WITH OUR STARS The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteer stars for the 2013 Dancing With Our Stars event on Sept. 21. Sign up to dance or help and share your ideas at an open planning meeting at 6 p.m. July 8 at Broadway Dancesations, 1408 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 106, in Lutz. For information, call Carla Collier at (813) 909-2722. FRIENDSHIP SINGERS The Friendship Singers are currently seeking new members. There are no auditions. The group performs for free at area nursing homes, assisted living facilities, churches and senior centers. Rehearsals are at the Land O' Lakes Senior Center, 6801 Wisteria Loop from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Upcoming rehearsals are July 8 and July 24. For information, call Joe Berling at (813) 997-1454 or email jberling@tampabay.rr.com. 4-H SUMMER CAMPS Hillsborough County Extension Service is offering 4-H summer day camps for kids between the ages of 8 and 13. All camps are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Service Office, 5339 County Road in Seffner. Each camp is $25 per person and includes two snacks per day. Campers bring their own lunch. The next camp is Junk Drawer Robotics Camp July 8 to July 10. For a complete list of camps and information, call Brent Broaddus at (813) 744-5519 or email broaddus@hillsboroughcounty.org. FREE KIDS MOVIES Cobb Grove 16 Theatres in Wesley Chapel will host free summer kids movies at 10 a.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The movies for July 9, 10 and 11 are Dr. Seuss' The Lorax (PG) and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (PG). Same day ticketing only. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Small groups, schools and camps are invited. The theaters are at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd. For information, call (813) 9485444. MARINES FOREVER The recently formed Marines Forever Veterans Group will meet for fun, food and fellowship at 7 p.m. every Monday at Beef O' Brady's in The Village Lakes Shopping Center on SR 54 in Land O' Lakes. Active duty and veterans from all branches of the service are invited to attend. Membership is free. For information, visit www.Marine4ever.com. YANKEE DOODLE MUSIC CAMP St. Clement's Episcopal Church is hosting a week-long-Yankee Doodle Music Camp for 4 to 10 year olds from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 8 to July 12. Campers will sing, learn to play several instruments and learn creative music writing. Children are asked to bring a brown bag lunch. Cost is $50 for the whole week. The church is at 706 W. 113th Ave. in Tampa. For information, visit www.stclement.net or call (813) 932-6204. NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 US 41. The movie "My Life as a Turkey" will be viewed during the meeting on July 9. Popcorn is included. For information, call Mary at (727) 849-2335. YAPPY HOUR AT CLOUD 9 Cloud 9 Studios will host Yappy Hour photo opportunities for your pet on July 10 and Aug. 14. The cost of $65 includes a mini session, two 5x7s and a keychain. The Pasco Humane Society will receive 15 percent of sales. The studios are at 27340 Cashford Circle in Wesley Chapel. To schedule an appointment, call (813) 9944552. LOST IN YONKERS The Carrollwood Players and the Millennium Sertoma Club are sponsoring the comedy-drama play "Lost in Yonkers," written by Neil Simon, on July 11. There will be a social hour with refreshments at 7 p.m., followed by the show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25. The play will be performed at 4331 Gunn Highway. For information, call Suzanne Scott at (813) 417-8891. KIDS IN CHARGE PARTY MOSI will host a birthday party for Kids In Charge! celebrating its eighth year from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 13. There will be games, activities and cake. The event is included with a MOSI admission and is free for members. MOSI is at 4801 E. Fowler Ave. For information, call (813) 987-6000 or visit mosi.org. TROPICAL PLANT FAIR The USF Botanical Gardens will host is 15th annual tropical plant fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 13 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14. Vendors will sell rare and popular fruit trees, as well as blooming tropical and exotic plants. There will also be a talk on enhancing landscape, a workshop on groundcover and a pepper beauty contest. Admission is $5. Children younger than 12 are free. The garden is near the southwest corner of the campus at the intersection of Pine and Alumni drives off Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. For information, call (813) 9742329. 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Tiffany confirmed that they have already established a loyal clientele that claim the Lobster Ravioli is the best they have ever tasted.Ž Tiffany told us, After my years with a Panera Bread franchise store, it is so pleasurable to bring more of the local personal touch to our customers. My husband Chris and I want to continue to add quality product offerings in a friendly unique atmosphere to the Land O Lakes and surrounding community.Ž By B.C. Manion bc m an i on@cnewspubs.co m John Hagen, the president and CEO of the Pasco Economic Development Council, Inc., is calling for local business owners to get involved in preparing the future work force. Hagen issued the challenge at a meeting of the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce’s economic development committee meeting. Businesses need to connect with schools to provide more opportunities for students, said Hagen, who is the steering committee chair for Pasco County Schools Career Academies, a group of educators and business leaders working together to improve local career and technical education. The idea is to give students a chance to broaden their learning experiences through internships, apprenticeships, mentoring and other opportunities at local businesses, Hagen said. He advocates introducing students to occupational options early, to give students a better idea of the broad range of choices. The world of work is constantly evolving, Hagen added. So, students who are entering their freshmen year of high school will find themselves vying for jobs that have not even been invented yet. To be competitive, area businesses and educational institutions must work in concert to provide training so graduates can handle specific demands of today’s jobs and also equip them with critical thinking skills, so they can solve problems that have not even yet surfaced, Hagen said. Pasco County has 67,000 students and next year will have 24 career academies, specializing in everything from automotive technology to culinary arts to engineering. Students in those academies need the real world experience they can gain through exposure and experiences in the work place, Hagen said. “This is not a ‘nice to have’ it’s a ‘must have,’ ” Hagen said. “This is what you need to do to preserve your businesses,” Hagen said. Companies that are smart reach out and begin building relationships with the district’s career academies. He recounted a story about a friend of his who has a highly successful Chik-fil-A franchise. Hagen asked his friend if he had labor problems. The friend told Hagen that he hadn’t had labor problems in years because he volunteers to go into schools to give talks about the proper steps to follow when applying for a job. He lets them use applications from Chikfil-A as a practice form, and when he concludes his talk, he offers to let them submit their applications if they’re interested in working for him and he keeps them on file until an opening develops. By reaching out, he’s been able to hire top quality kids and those kids have attracted their friends to come eat at the restaurant, Hagen said. Hagen also noted that business owners sometimes complain that the schools don’t spell out how their business can get involved. “This is about leadership,” Hagen said. “It’s about offering solutions. You offer the thing that you can do,” he said. If the school responds that your suggestion won’t work, then suggest something else. If the timing is wrong, propose another time, Hagen said. “We are not getting the business involvement we need,” Hagen said. Communities that learn how to prepare their work force will be able to expand existing businesses and attract new ones, Hagen said. “If we don’t get this done, we’re going to have lots of low-paying jobs in Pasco County,” he said. On the other hand, if businesses and the school district can engage in a meaningful partnership, where students are able to learn and practice skills in the work place and are exposed to a broader array of occupational choices – then everyone stands to benefit, Hagen said. When kids can see why what they’re learning in classrooms is important, they get energized about their education, Hagen said. “Then, kids will so fueled up about their education, it will be transformative,” he said. Those students will be so “super-charged” that they’ll pull the rest of the system along with them, Hagen said. “This is your work force,” Hagen said. “Start helping solve the problem.” Hagen’s words resonated with Jeff Novotny, president of the Wesley Chapel chamber, who mentioned the group has a history of supporting education. He told Hagen that his organization wants to get more involved in work force development efforts. “You have the full support of the chamber,” Novotny said, and he asked Hagen to send the chamber a list of the school district’s career academies.PEDC CEO challenge to business owners: Get involved Ashlee Hubert of the Academy of Culinary Arts program at Land O’ Lakes High won second place at a dessert competition. (File photo) John Hagen Casey Rother, of the Academy of Culinary Arts program at Land O’ Lakes High, shows off the lunch he made in the main kitchen at the Tampa Bay Times Forum during the Republican National Convention. (File photo)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 8 Lutz celebrates independent spirit and community tiesBy Susan A. MacManus Special to The Laker/Lutz News The Fourth of July is the perfect time to reflect on Lutz’s history as the community gathers to celebrate our nation’s independence. Since 1912, Fourth of July celebrations have played a big part in binding together our community’s old-timers and newcomers. Like the nation’s founders, Lutz’s early settlers were risk-takers who migrated to the area in search of better opportunities. Once here, they found strength in mingling with neighbors who shared their “can-do” spirit, just as we do today. Lutz’s Founding: 2011 or 2013?We are celebrating Lutz’s 100th birthday this year because on Jan. 27, 1913, the U.S. Post Office Department officially granted the area a post office and insisted that it be named Lutz, rather than North Tampa as originally requested. The proposed North Tampa name came from the North Tampa Land Company— a Chicago-based company that purchased 32,000 acres for development around the train depot in the area we now call Lutz. They gave their development the rather unimaginative name of “North Tampa.” The company advertised its new Florida property extensively in newspapers in the north and Midwest. Many pioneers bought their places here sight unseen— risk-takers for sure. The first business in North Tampa – North Tampa Stores — was built near the train depot in 1911. It was a two-story building selling groceries, hardware and dry goods. By the end of 1911, the community boasted 30 buildings and a school built by the land company. The reason some regard 1911 as the community’s official birth date is because that’s when the public school and commercial infrastructure was constructed, two years before the post office opened.The Lutz Name & TrainsThe name “Lutz” probably first appeared on a Florida map in 1909 as the name of a train depot that was a stopping place on the Tampa Northern Railroad. The Lutz name comes from two brothers —William and Charles — whose railroad ties had helped develop and link the area. William Lutz was an engineer on the Tampa Northern Railroad. Charles Lutz built the railroad line from Odessa to the Lutz Station depot to link his sawmill to the larger Tampa Northern Railroad route. Where the tracks met became known as Lutz Junction. It was from this well-known junction that the U.S. Post Office chose Lutz as the name of our community rather than North Tampa, which they deemed too easy to confuse with Tampa. The replica of the Lutz depot and the train sculpture on the Lutz Library faade remind us of the role trains played in the early development of our community, in the North Tampa Land Company’s decision to center its settlement around the depot and in the naming of our town. Sawmills and CitrusWith much of the area covered in pine trees, lumber and turpentine were boom industries in the early 1900s. Sawmills flourished, including the Tanner and Hoffman sawmills in the Lutz area. The citrus industry survived longer. From the beginning, the North Tampa Land Company promoted the citrus industry to potential residents and investors. The settlers of 1911 found old seedling orange groves when they arrived. C.E. Thomas, the North Tampa Land Company president, started a number of nurseries in the area and used the citrus industry to help some old-timers out of financial jams. Thomas eventually had the second-largest citrus nursery in the state. Many old-timers were also successful in raising citrus of all kinds. Aerial shots of “downtown Lutz” in the 1950s and 1960s show just how much acreage was planted in citrus. And in the 1950s and 1960s, US 41 through Lutz was sprinkled with roadside stands selling local citrus to “Yankees” coming south for the winter then heading back home. Later, big freezes in the 1970s and 1980s took out much of the area’s citrus industry, although there are still orange groves sprinkled throughout the area.Fourth of July CelebrationsLutz, then known as North Tampa, had its first Fourth of July picnic in 1912 at a spot south of the County Line Road near the Tampa Northern Railroad’s water tower. In 1916, Lutz had its Fourth of July celebrations in the middle of “downtown” Lutz. One of the highlights was a baseball game featuring Lutz’s own team. The first modernday celebration was in 1947 on the Lutz Elementary School grounds. The Lutz Civic Association sponsored the celebration and continued to support the event for more than 50 years. In the 1950s, the celebration moved to Bullard Park, site of the old “Y” where the train engines once turned around. From greased-pole climbing contests, hard-fought softball games and shuffleboard tournaments, children’s parades and costume contests, beauty pageants for area “misses,” to the presentation of colors and the spectacular evening fireworks displays, the annual Fourth of July celebrations through the years have offered a little something for everyone. For many a child and adult, some of their fondest memories of Lutz are of our community’s Independence Day festivities — celebrating together. So enjoy this Fourth of July and Happy Birthday to Lutz and the United States of America. Girls race during an early Fourth of July celebration. Susan A. MacManus is a nationally known expert on Florida politics and is a professor at the University of South Florida. She and her mother, Elizabeth Riegler MacManus, co-authored “Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers: Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County” and “Going, Going … Almost Gone: Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Pioneers Share Their Precious Memories. Both books are available for $50 each at these locations:  Harvey’s Hardware, 5400 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. in Land O’ Lakes  The Beck Gallery, 1720 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. in Land O’ Lakes  Lutz Ace Hardware, 18469 N. US 41 in Lutz. Both books list at higher prices, but MacManus is using some of the money left by her mother to cover a portion of the cost so more readers can enjoy the books. Susan A. MacManus This gathering of the North Tampa Fruit and Vegetable Association on May 11, 1912, was at Feinsinger’s grove. (Photographs cour tesy of Susan A. MacManus) The Laker / Lutz Newswww.cnewspubs.com

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 11 JENNIFER MAICHER MAKES DEAN’S LISTJennifer Maicher of Lutz has been named to the University of Delaware’s Dean’s List for Spring 2013. To meet eligibility requirements for the dean’s list, a student must be enrolled fulltime and earn a grade point average of 3.33 or above (on a 4.0 scale) for the semester. The University of Delaware, founded in 1743, is one of the most popular universities in America. Its student body encompasses nearly 17,000 undergraduates, 3,700 graduate students and 850 students in professional and continuing studies from across the country and around the globe.PETER SIMON EARNS DEGREEPeter Simon of Lutz earned a doctorate in bioengineering at the May 2013 Commencement of the UIC College of Engineering in Illinois. UIC ranks among the nation’s leading research universities and is Chicago’s largest university with 27,500 students, 12,000 faculty and staff, 15 colleges and the state’s major public medical center. The school’s faculty, students and staff engage with community, corporate, foundation and government partners to improve the quality of life in metropolitan areas around the world.SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE HONORS PUMPHREYSpringfield College of Massachusetts has named Cynthia Pumphrey of Lutz to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the spring 2013 term. Pumphrey is studying human services. Founded in 1885, Springfield College is known worldwide as the Birthplace of Basketball and for the guiding principles of its humanics philosophy, educating students in spirit, mind and body for leadership in service to others. The college offers a range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields of health sciences, human and social services, sport management and movement studies, education, business and the arts and sciences. SUNCOAST CREDIT UNION AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPSSuncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation has announced its higher education scholarship recipients. Scholarship recipients for 2013 include Bruce Wilson Jr. of Pasco High, who received a $4,000 scholarship for a vocational or technical program. Since 1992, the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation has donated more than $9 million to various children’s charities and has awarded nearly $930,000 in scholarships. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com  Ha i r  Na i ls  Full Body Wax i n g  Blow Dry Bar  M en’s Groo mi n g Loun g e  Ha i r Extens i ons  Kerat i n21776 SR 54 € LutzLocated i n Osprey Cove Profess i onal Center 813.528.8799 www.element54salon.com NOW OPEN! Mens Grooming Lounge Mens Classic Cut... just$15 Every cut includes Hot Towel, Neck Shave & OutlineCome experience ourCo m e see our Bar b er Ray Johnson, relax i n the ‘ m ancave’, and en j oy a b evera g e of your cho i ce

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The parade, which starts at 10 a.m., will take its usual path, down Crooked Lane and Lutz Lake Fern Road, taking a few turns and then going past the Lutz Branch Library, in front of the viewing stand.One of the highlights of this year’s parade is expected to be a group of about 50 people playing “Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue” on kazoos, if Suzin Carr, a candidate for Lutz Guv’na, is able to pull it off. “I’ve got the kazoos. Now, I need 50 people to show up,” said Carr, who is competing against Karin D’Amico, the reigning Guv’na, Susan Gulash and Lauren Leahey, for the honorary title. The GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club’s float will feature a big birthday cake, to acknowledge this year’s centennial theme.Shirley Simmons, who organizes the parade, has become adept through the years at figuring out how much space each unit will need in the parade. Antique fire trucks and large vehicles typically need about 30 feet in the lineup, while standard vehicles need about 20 feet, Simmons said. She advises anyone participating in the parade, or coming out to watch it, to bring plenty of water. Parade-goers are likely to walk away with some loot, since organizers have a liberal attitude about giveaways. “We don’t tell them what they can give out,” Simmons said, noting people in the parade often give away beads, candy, pins, flags and brochures. Participants are encouraged to hand or gently fling the items, Simmons said. No overhand throwing is allowed. “Even a piece of hard candy can really hurt,” Simmons said.The parade is expected to include the usual suspects: Marching scout troops, antique fire trucks, tractors, a smattering of politicians and the guv’na candidates.One of the annual fixtures, however, will be missing. The community’s volunteer fire department – a major player in previous Independence Day celebrations – has been taken over by Hillsborough County’s professional firefighters and rescue personnel.In previous years, the volunteer fire association (founded in 1952) sold chicken dinners to raise money for equipment.Typically, the volunteers would begin stoking the fires to grill the chicken about 2 a.m., said Jay Muffly, former president of the Lutz Volunteer Fire Association. Muffly said this is the first year in at least a decade that he’ll be able to enjoy the day simply as a spectator. “Last year, we had enough chickens for about 1,100 dinners,” Muffly said. He’s looking forward to the parade and other festivities. “I think it’s going to be well-attended,” LUTZ, from page 1 Muffly said. While the firefighters won’t be serving up chicken dinners, there will be plenty of vendors offering a variety of foods for sale, said Annie Fernandez, who is handling booth rentals for the event. Parade-goers will be able to purchase Cuban sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, elephant ears, Italian ices, soft drinks, snow cones and other refreshments. She expects about 45 vendors to be offering a wide assortment of items, including metal yard art, jewelry, wooden craft goods and hair accessories. Some churches are sponsoring children’s activities, too. At one booth, event-goers will be able to buy chances for an assortment of stuff that comes in a bottle, including beer, salad dressing and hot sauces. After the parade, the new Lutz Guv’na will be sworn in. This year’s election could prove historic, as two of the candidates are vying for the bragging rights of becoming the first Lutz Guv’na to repeat. D’Amico would be extending her reign, and Carr, who won the honor in 2009, would be stepping forward to reclaim it. FIREWORKS CELEBRATIONSFreedom Festival at The Shops at WiregrassThe Parks Ford of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival at The Shops at Wiregrass, Bruce B. Downs Boulevard and SR 56 July 3: 5 to 9 p.m. Festivities include shopping specials, a bicycle decorating contest, a watermelon-eating contest, and a Little Miss and Mr. Firecracker pageant. Fireworks start at 9 p.m. Family Night on the FourthExciting Idlewild Baptist Church recreation fields, east of North Dale Mabry Highway, on Van Dyke Road in Lutz July 4: Beginning at 5 p.m. The outdoor celebration will include food trucks, a car show, a patriotic tribute by Steve Amerson, America’s tenor, accompanied by Idlewild’s Worship Orchestra. The event will conclude with a fireworks display. Bring a blanket, a lawn chair and a picnic or purchase from more than 30 food trucks that will be there. Sparklebration, a 4th of July Festival & Fireworks CelebrationPasco County Fairgrounds, 36772 SR 52, Dade City Hours: Noon to 9:30 p.m., with fireworks at 9:15 p.m. Event features a baby pageant, free face painting, a hot dog and watermelon eating contest, a Skydiver’s drop-in, local entertainment, an Elvis Tribute, pony rides and a food court. Admission is free for kids 12 and under and $5 for others. Parking is $5. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. No coolers, pets or personal fireworks allowed. Yippie the clown waves to children as he rides his tricycle with no handlebars through the Lutz July 4th parade route last year. (File photos by Cameron Valdez) Alexander Pereira from Boy Scout Troop 12 attaches and raises the American flag in front of the Lutz Branch Library to kick off Independence Day events there last year.

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By Jeff Odom jodom@cnewspubs.com Colton Olasin’s love for the game of baseball blossomed at an early age. At just 4-years-old, the Spring Hill resident would play games of catch with his friends and father, Michael, in the front yard for hours at a time. Then, one day, Michael asked his son if he would like to play any competitive sports. Olasin’s choice came without hesitation. “Can I try baseball?” Olasin asked. Michael instantly said yes and it was a decision that changed Olasin’s life forever. “I started getting into it and I just didn’t want to stop after that,” Olasin said. “It was constant baseball, baseball, baseball. Every week I was practicing and getting better and better by working hard. Even when it’s a lot of baseball, it can get tiring, but I still don’t want to stop playing.” Olasin’s talent for the game was evident from Day 1 at the Spring Hill Dixie Baseball League. He skipped past T-ball and joined the older group of players — some twice his age – at coach pitch. Then, just three years later, Olasin started playing travel ball at age 7 with one of the area’s top teams, the Tampa Titans, where he ventured all across the state of Florida and the country, playing in various tournaments. “You get to go to places not just to play ball, but the experience meeting different people and different kids and different skills of the game is cool,” said Olasin, who is now 12. “It was cool meet other people and learn different things about the game and how they play.” As he grew older, Olasin moved on to the nationally recognized Pro Talent Instructs (PTI) Maniacs baseball program in Tampa, an organization that was started in 2006 providing college and scouting camps, with guidance from both current and former major leaguers, where he competed against some of the best players in the nation in places like Cooperstown, N.Y. — home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This season, Olasin led the Maniacs in batting average (.494), home runs (14) and was third in total RBIs (54). On the mound, he led all pitchers in strikeouts (63) and had the third-most wins with six in 18 appearances. With those statistics, his stock skyrocketed and others around the country began to take notice in a big way. Soon, Olasin was given an offer he couldn’t refuse — an opportunity to tryout for the inaugural United States National 12-Under Baseball Team. “Because I play travel ball and since I had been around a lot, somebody from California had asked me if I wanted to tryout for the team and I couldn’t pass it down. I had to say yes,” Olasin said. After the tryout, Olasin impressed the scouts in attendance and was named as one of only 18 youth baseball players in the country to the team, which will compete for the 2013 International Baseball Federation 12-Under World Cup July 18 to 28 in Taipei City, Taiwan. “I was just speechless for like 10 minutes,” Olasin said. “I just sat there thinking for 10, 20 minutes with all of these ideas going through my head like ‘I can’t believe I’m going to Taiwan’ and ‘Wow, this is awesome’. It was just shocking. Out of all those kids that tried out for the team, I made it. I made the team.” His mother, Jess Hoffman, said she couldn’t believe he made it and added that she was proud of her son, because of all the hard work he puts into getting better on and off the field. “I was very excited for him,” Hoffman said. “I’m very proud of him. He’s been playing ball for a long time and he works very hard for it, has a great passion for it. … His dad has a very strong knowledge for baseball and he played baseball in college, before tearing his ACL. So, he got most of those skills from him.” When Olasin delivered the news to his friends and teammates, most of them thought he was joking until he showed them the roster. “Some of my friends that I tell, they don’t even believe me,” Olasin said with a laugh. “Their mouths usually go all the way to the floor and they don’t believe me, sometimes, but once they see it, they think it’s awesome, though.” Olasin said he knows without the sacrifices by his parents, none of this would be possible. Hoffman is still trying to raise money through donations and sponsors to see her son play in Taiwan through the website, GoFundMe.com. “Not a lot of people have parents like that who take them where they need to go just to play baseball,” Olasin said. “I think my parents are great. I don’t know how they’re doing it, I don’t know how they can take me all of these places, but it’s awesome and I’m glad they’re able to do that for me and support me like that. I really respect that.”One of the biggest things Olasin is looking forward to when he gets to Taiwan is meeting other people from around the world and sharing their experiences with the game, while representing the U.S. He said seeing how other countries play baseball might be more rewarding than winning it all.“When you’re playing for the U.S.A., it’s not just about playing ball, but when you go to a different country, you’re representing your entire nation,” Olasin said. “It’s awesome, because you let other people know that U.S.A. baseball is a big thing and meeting different people from other countries like China and Venezuela and all of these other places. It’s going to be cool.” —Follow Jeff Odom on Twitter @JOdomLakerVoted Florida’s No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports Young baseball star ready to represent nationBy Jeff Odom jodom@cnewspubs.com Former Gaither High football player Ernest Suttles, a true freshman, has been dismissed from the University of Nebraska football team before ever stepping onto the field. According to a statement from the university, Suttles, a highly recruited defensive end and 2012 All-Laker/All-Lutz News Defensive Player of the Year, and a teammate were kicked off the squad by Nebraska coach Bo Pelini after an incident at an offcampus party on June 21. “We are aware of an incident involving student-athletes which occurred off campus over the weekend,” the statement said. “We are working with the University’s Dean of Students in gathering further details. We will continue to review the incident. Further, head football coach Bo Pelini has announced that Ernest Suttles and Thomas Brown are no longer members of the football program.” According to a report by the Lincoln Journal Star, Suttles was cited for assaulting teammate and Nebraska linebacker David Santos in the late evening hours on June 21. The report added that a Lincoln (Neb.) Police Department incident report says Suttles allegedly struck Santos in the head with a bottle, requiring multiple stitches. No other information about the incident was made available by press time. Gaither coach Jason Stokes told The Laker/Lutz News in a text message that he was “very disappointed with the whole situation” but added that “everything is still under investigation.”Suttles was a dynamic force on defense for the Cowboys last season, compiling 88 total tackles, 12 for a loss of yardage, 12 sacks and four forced fumbles, while helping lead Gaither to its first Class 7A-District 7 title in nine years. He was originally verbally committed to Iowa State University, but opted to sign with the Cornhuskers instead. In total, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Suttles had 15 offers from Division I schools including Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, South Florida, Missouri and Indiana. After he signed his letter of intent on National Signing Day in February, he said he was thrilled to play for Nebraska. “Excitement, that’s the only way I can describe it,” Suttles said. “I wish I could leave today. … I’m ready to climb the ladder. Hopefully sooner than later.”Ex-Gaither DE Suttles dismissed from Nebraska 12-year-old Colton Olasin has been honored as one of only 18 youth baseball players nationwide to join the inaugural 12-Under U.S. national team, which will play in the 2013 IBAF World Championships later this month in Taiwan. (Photos courtesy of Jess Hoffman) Former Gaither High defensive lineman and University of Nebraska freshman Ernest Suttles was dismissed from the Cornhuskers football team after an off-campus incident June 21. (File photo)CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 13 Player profileColton Olasin Age: 12 Height/Weight:5-foot-2, 120 poundsTeam: P.T.I. Maniacs Positions: shortstop, right-handed pitcher Favorite player: Jose Reyes, a shortstop for the Toronto Blue Jays It was just shocking. Out of all those kids that tried out for the team, I made it. I made the team.Ž —Colton Olasin on being named to the 12-Under United States National Baseball Team.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 14 SPORTS Brennan resigns as Saint Leo golf coach The Laker/Lutz News staff report After leading the Saint Leo women’s golf program to national success, Lions head coach Erika Brennan resigned June 25 to take the assistant women’s golf coach position at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.Brennan, who just finished her fifth season at the helm of the women’s golf program, led the Lions to four NCAA Division II regional appearances, including their first postseason appearance in 2010. In addition to sending multiple golfers to the regional spotlight, Brennan also led Saint Leo women’s golfer, Goeun Lee, to an NCAA National Championship appearance in 2012. “I’m grateful for Saint Leo and the opportunity to coach here. Mr. Reidy took a chance on a coach with very little experience and allowed me to grow while taking extra time to mentor me along the way,” said Brennan. “The teams that I’ve had the opportunity to coach have taught me so much. They are a group of girls that I will never forget, and I will always be thankful for the opportunity to coach them.” During most of her time with the green and gold, the Lions saw high national rankings, including an overall Golfstat Ranking of ninth in the nation during the 2010-11 season. In addition to high team honors, Brennan guided Heather Petronis to Saint Leo’s first Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year Award in 2011. “We are grateful for the great work Coach Brennan did with the program,” said Director of Athletics Francis X. Reidy. “She took over a fledging program and developed it into a top-25 program. Because of her work and dedication, the women’s golf program is in a much better place today. In addition to her success on the course, we will also miss the great work she did with our Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Leadership class, which she developed. We wish her all the best at UT and in the next chapter of her career.” Although she was new to the collegiate coaching ranks upon her arrival to Saint Leo, Brennan’s success with the Lions has certainly left a dent in the record books. In the fall of 2012 the team set numerous records, including the top single round team score (291) and top 36-hole tournament score (592), which they scored at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate. As an advisor for the Saint Leo StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and Sophomore Leadership class, Brennan has also impacted the surrounding community with community outreach projects such as raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation ($21,500 in just three years), donating items to local charities and hosting multiple events for local community members. During the past two years, Saint Leo also won the Sunshine State Conference donation competition by donating nearly 12,000 nonperishable items to Dade City Catholic Charities. “Saint Leo University holds such a special place in my heart,” said Brennan on her departure. “The core values that I’ve learned in my time here will be carried with me for the rest of my life.”Saint Leo University tennis campThe Saint Leo University men’s and women’s tennis teams are having two instructional camps July 15 to 19 and July 22 to 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for children and teenagers ages 5 to 18. The camp package is $299 per week and provides up to four hours of tennis daily, including stroke demonstration, drills, strategy, fitness, games and match play. It will also include other fun activities, snacks, a Lions camp T-shirt and an awards ceremony at the end of each session.For more information, call Erin Bryce at (727) 244-8070 or email bryce_erin@yahoo.com.Steinbrenner High football campsThe Steinbrenner High football team and girls flag football team will be hosting the 2013 Warrior Elite Camp for children ages 6 to 15 of all ability levels. The camp runs July 15 to July 19 from 8 a.m. to noon and will be at the Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway. The second camp with the Carrollwood Hurricanes will be July 22 to 26 at Citrus Park Christian School, 18105 Gunn Highway, from 4 to 7 p.m. The cost of each camp is $100 online or $125 the day of the event. Steinbrenner football coach Andres Perez-Reinaldo and flag football coach Gregg Puskas will be running the camps along with members of the team. The camp will focus on teaching football fundamentals, and participants will learn both individual and team techniques on offense and defense. For more information, visit warriorfootballcamp.net or email perez@steinbrennerfootball.com and puskas@steinbrennerfootball.com.—Staff Writer Jeff Odom can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or jodom@cnewspubs.com. Saint Leo University women’s golf coach Erika Brennan, left, resigned June 25 to take an assistant coaching position with the University of Tennessee. Brennan helped lead the Lions to four NCAA Division II region appearances in five years at the helm. 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Greenwood, a graduate from North Carolina State University, comes to Saint Leo after serving as the Director of Golf at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for the past year. “I feel blessed to have this opportunity to come to Saint Leo and compete in the Sunshine State Conference,” Greenwood said. “I’m looking forward to helping the Saint Leo men’s golf team become an exceptional program.” Under Greedwood’s guidance at UALR, the Trojans claimed one Sun Belt AllConference Selection while also earning the highest GPA of UALR men’s sports programs. Prior to his success with the Trojans, Greenwood served as the head men’s golf coach at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. for seven seasons, where he led the Fighting Knights to 16 tournament titles, extended Lynn’s streak of consecutive NCAA appearances to 10, and reached the NCAA Division II Men’s Golf National Tournament four times (2006 and 2009-11). “We are excited to name Chris Greenwood as our first full-time men’s golf coach,” Reidy said. “He has produced successful results at the conference, regional and national level as a coach in the SSC. Coach Greenwood is a proven leader and recruiter; couple this with the facilities of Lake Jovita, and we have a great combination for our golf program.”A two-time Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year (2006 and 2008), Greenwood coached 11 All-America selections and eight Academic All-Americans in his seven years at Lynn. During his first year with the program, Greenwood picked up his first SSC Coach of the Year award after guiding the Fighting Knights to a Sunshine State Conference title and leading the team to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Division II National Championship.Before entering the realm of collegiate coaching, Greenwood played for 12 years on the Canadian Golf Tour, where he recorded six victories as a professional, multiple top-ten finishes and set a tournament record by finishing the Eagle Creek Classic at 22under par. He has also played on the PGA Tour, Nationwide, Tight Lies, Nike, South African PGA, Australasia PGA and the Dakotas tour. While competing on the Canadian Tour, Greenwood served as the United States Players Representative on the Board of Directors, and the Canadian Tour representative to Srixon, ensuring all players utilize the proper equipment at each event.A member of the North Carolina State University golf team from 1990-92, Greenwood notched one tournament victory as a collegiate athlete at Duke University’s John Ryan Memorial. Upon graduating from NC State in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in general communications with a concentration in public relations, he joined the Wolfpack as an assistant men’s golf coach. Prior to NC State, Greenwood attended Virginia Tech where he was an All-Conference selection as a freshman. The Valdese, N.C. native will serve as the first-ever full-time head men’s golf coach at Saint Leo. He is married to Nancy Greenwood. The couple has two daughters, Savannah and Mackenzie, and one son, Daniel. By Jeff Odom jodo m @cnewspu b s.co m Gaither High boys soccer coach Eric Sims has stepped down after 12 seasons guiding the team. The 35-year-old Sims, who also serves as the executive director of the Tampa Bay United Youth Soccer Club (TBU), led the Cowboys to three state final four appearances, including back-to-back trips in 2011 and 2012. Under his direction, Gaither also won five district titles and made 10 playoff appearances, most recently during the 2011-12 season when the team upset Freedom for the Class 4A-District 8 championship. Gaither did not make the playoffs last season. Sims’ dedication to coaching soccer also extended past the high school level as an assistant men’s coach at the University of Tampa and head coach of TBU’s Under-18 boys team.Former Gaither forward Tyler Helm told The Laker/Lutz News in December that there is no better man to play for than Sims.“Coach Sims is the best around,” Helm said. “His vision on the field is professional. He sees our options. 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(wat) Lake Padgett Estates Pool Home!3/2/2 Open plan with wood burning fireplace in great room. sliders in great room and master bedroom open onto in ground screened pool. split bedroom plan, private back yard. chain link fence across back only. $139.9K(may) Super Clean in Trinity Oaks!4/3/2 home located on a Cul-de-sac with conservation lot over quarter acre lot. Double Door Front entry with Formal Living and Dining Room, High Vaulted Ceilings with many decorative plant shelves throughout. $255K(bru)Oakstead 4 Bedroom!Great home with a desirable open floor plan. Living/dining room combination with archways, plant shelves & tile floors. Huge kitchen with breakfast nook, closet pantry & solid wood cabinetry. Large master suite. $189.9K(bea) Huntington Ridge Townhouse! Desirable upscale community in gated enclave 3/2.5/2 home is the only unit available at this time. Downstairs screened lanai plus screened balcony off master suite with a 9X11 sitting area and large walk-in closet. $179K. (par)Two Story in Dade City!2 Buildings, single family 3/2.5/1 Key West Style Home with real hardwood floors, and a separate 2nd building that was a beauty salon but has other commercial uses. Zone mixed for mixed use. This is a handyman special. $95K(5th) Hounds Run Pool Home!Absolutely incredible 4/3/2 on half acre at the end of a cul-de-sac overlooks a lovely pond and conservation. Its your own private park complete with deer and wild turkey to view from your oversized wood deck.$330K. (mal) LAND O LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL € CALL 949-7444 x100 Dupree Lakes! Gorgeous 3/2/2 home with a nice open floor plan including a large family room, spacious kitchen with breakfast bar and lots of cabinet and counter space. $1400/mo.(swe)Wesley Point! This 3/2/2 home has an open great room floor plan, backs up to a conservation area and pond and is located in a gated community.$1050/mo. (san) Grand Oaks Two Story! Gorgeous 3/2.5/2 pool home is in a great recreational area. Formal living/dining combo with easy access to kitchen and extra-large family room. Fully fenced back yard-pets welcome. $1795/mo.(woo)Turtle Lakes Pool Home!3/2/2 great screened in pool home with large fenced back yard and covered patio. Great way to enjoy these hot summer months. $1495/mo.(lan) Meadow Pointe Townhouse!Well maintained 2 story townhouse in gated community, 2 bedrooms 2 baths, tile, wood laminate floors, and carpet. Upstairs laundry. $995/mo.(bar) Fish just outside your front door! Live in a quiet waterfront cottage. This 2 bedroom 1 bath has a small eat-in kitchen, a washer/dryer hookup, range, and refrigerator. $725/mo.(fei)Very Nice 3 Bedroom in Tampa!Great features including large living room, newer carpet, and has beautiful wood floors in bedrooms. Easy access to S. Tampa. $995/mo. (dia) Boyette Oaks Pool Home!Exquisite 4/3/3 pool home close to Wiregrass Mall and Interstate 75 making it a short commute to downtown Tampa or airport.$1995/mo.(boy)Need Some Peace and Quiet?Honey Stop the Car! Amazingly cute 3/1 on huge oversized fenced corner lot, new kitchen, great appliances, and park your boat.$1195/mo.(2nd) Beautifully Decorated Asbel Creek Home! 4/2/2 upgraded with 17Ž tiles throughout. Home has an open floor plan with formal living and dining plus a family room. $1395/mo. (jas) RENTALS € CALL 949-5842www.DennisRealty.com 1022 Land O Lakes Blvd. € Lutz, FL 33549 813-949-7444 Property Management Services 813-949-5842 € www.DennisRealtyRentals.com We Manage Properties for Homeowners!Extensive Marketing, Online Owner Portal, Direct Deposit Owner Proceeds and more!Call for a full list of services 813.949.5842 LUXURY HOMES € CALL 813-949-7444 x100 FABULOUS AVILA! Come view this magnificent home on a private waterfront setting in Avila. This home boasts 5760 Sq. 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Is there a check waiting for you?(813) 909-2800ASK FOR DIANEThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSTAKE OUR FREE TEST TO SEE IF YOUR B USINESS QUALIFIES FOR A BP OIL SETTLEMENT CHECK Were helping local businesses file their claims By B.C. Manionb c m ani on@cnewspub s.co mNegotiations are underway to make Michele Baker the first female to serve as county administrator in Pasco County. Commissioners voted 4-1 on June 25 to offer the position to Baker, and to direct Commission Chairman Ted Schrader to negotiate the contract with her. The vote came after Schrader told the board that its first choice Tomas Tommy Gonzalez, the city manager from Irving, Texas had halted negotiations in a June 22 email. In that email, Gonzalez wrote, Thank you and the commission for your offer to be the next Pasco Chief Executive Officer. However, after discussing compensation and much consideration, I dont think this is the best fit for my family and me at this time. Gonzalezs total salary and fringe benefits in Texas exceeded $400,000, compared to a salary of $180,000, plus a car allowance for John Gallagher, who retired June 1 from Pascos top post. Commissioner Pat Mulieri, who championed Baker all along, made the motion to offer her the job. After the meeting, Mulieri said in an email: I felt she should have a chance to spread her wings. She is dedicated and gives 200 percent. The commissioner noted that Baker played a key role in brokering the deal for The Shops at Wiregrass to locate in Pasco County. That shopping mall, according to Mulieri was the catalyst for much of the growth in Wesley Chapel, and Wesley Chapel is the economic engine for Pasco. I believe Michele is the right person at the right time, Mulieri added. We are entering budget season, and it is going to be a tough year. We need stability on the board to move it forward. We cannot be dickering over an administrator. Mulieri also cited the historic significance of having a woman at the local governments helm for the first time since the county was formed in 1887. Commissioner Henry Wilson was the sole dissenter.Baker reacted to the commissions action, via email. She said she is honored and humbled by her selection, and she hopes the contract negotiations will be completed swiftly.Baker began serving as interim county administrator on June 1, when Gallagher retired following 31 years as the countys top executive. She joined the county in 1993 as its emergency management director. In 2005, she became program administrator for engineering services. Two years later, she became chief assistant county administrator. Michele Baker Local July Fourth festivities will celebrate the 237th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence creating the United States of America. (Photo by Ed Pierce) Lutz gears up to turn 100 in styleBy B.C. Manionb c m ani on@cnewspub s.co mOrganizers of this years Fourth of July festivities in Lutz are planning to celebrate the nations independence and the 100th birthday of this community north of Tampa.Those putting together the schedule of activities expect the celebration to offer a sense of nostalgia, along with its usual oldfashioned fun. Festivities kick off at 8 a.m. with the 5k, followed by a One Mile Fun Run that starts at 8:45 a.m. By Ed Pierceepi erce@cnewspub s.co mAs July Fourth celebrations near, the chances of sustaining serious injuries from improper use of fireworks increase.Pasco County Fire Inspector Amy Schultz said firefighters urge caution at all times when celebrating using any type of fireworks.She said 271 fires were started around the state by fireworks on Independence Day in 2011, resulting in $743,000 in property damage and hundreds of minor burns and other injuries. We suggest using common sense at all times when setting off fireworks, Schultz said. Plan for the best, but prepare for the worst. The only fireworks legally approved for use in Florida are glow worms, sparklers, fountains and snakes. Everything else that is propelled into the air including bottle rockets is illegal, according to Schultz.But enforcing existing laws is difficult because loopholes in the state ordinance allow residents to purchase illegal fireworks by signing a waiver that they are using the explosives for agricultural purposes or to scare birds.Schultz warned that the waiver may absolve the seller of responsibility in the event of a fire or accident, but it does not waive liability for anyone who purchases illegal fireworks and a mishap occurs. We would love everyone to visit one of the seven public fireworks displays in the area, but we know some citizens will have their own displays, she said. My advice, if that is the case, is to only light one at a time, she said. Have water or an extinguisher nearby. If something doesnt explode, let it cool down first to make sure it wont relight before handling it. Schultz also said children and pets should be kept clear of fireworks. Lots of people underestimate sparklers, which are entirely legal, she said. Sparklers burn at more than 1,200 degrees and can cause burns. Always have a bucket of water or sand on hand to put the hot sparklers in.Patrick Cook of Galaxy Fireworks said the local company, which has more than 70 tents and three stores in the greater Tampa area, is hoping last-minute customers push sales to levels above last years record figures.Cook said about 66 percent of the companys revenues are derived from Independence Day sales, with the rest coming from fireworks sold around New Years Eve.If the weather cooperates, indicators show we could do better this year than in the past, Cook said. Fireworks, such as these shown at a retail tent in Wesley Chapel, are widely available, but firefighters urge caution when celebrating with any type of fireworks. (Photo by Ed Pierce)Firefighters urge caution when celebrating with fireworks For a look at Lutzs colorful past, see page 8Pasco tenders offer to BakerSee LUTZ, page12

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By B.C. Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThey were born in places such as Brazil, Mexico, Haiti and Dade City, and many speak English as a second language, but they came together last week to embark on an effort to reduce bullying, improve safety and change the culture on school campuses and in district offices in Pasco County. At the Together We Stand Pasco Youth and Community Summit, keynote speaker H. Roy Kaplan, set the tone for the day by asking a series of questions. He wanted a show of hands of how many were born in Pasco County, how many in Florida, how many in a different state, how many in a different country? Then he wanted to know how many spoke English as a second language. The answers were telling. This group was diverse. Once he established that, Kaplan discussed that despite different languages, cultures and colors, everyone at the summit is related to scientifically verifiable common ancestry. The summit was called as part of a district effort to reduce bullying and violence on its campuses. In a district with 67,000 students, Kaplan asked, How do we create an environment where we dont lose track of people? We need to make better people before we make better students. We need to create a sense of community in every school. Bullying is not a normal part of growing up, said Kaplan, who is an equity officer for the U.S. Office for Civil Rights. The June 27 summit was held as part of an agreement with the Office for Civil Rights, stemming from an investigation after an incident involving Zephyrhills High students. We need to improve the culture and climate of our schools, so that all students feel wanted and respected and appreciated, Kaplan said. This is an important day and its just the beginning, Kaplan said, before the assembly broke into smaller groups to discuss the issues and offer ways to address them. The summit drew together 158 people including district staff, students, parents, school board members and representatives from area businesses, political leaders and social agencies. We, as a district, understand that there are issues that we need to address, Pasco Schools Superintendent Kurt Browning said. Amelia Van Name Larson, assistant superintendent for student achievement, was in the session where students were discussing issues and potential solutions. They said that racial slurs have become part of the day-to-day vocabulary, and that theyre not always intended to hurt, Van Name Larson said. They also said they hear the N-word on a daily basis, she added. Students also noted that some teachers have favorites and that sends a bad message to kids. They also said they need a safe place to report what is happening. Margarita Romo, recently inducted into Floridas Civil Rights Hall of Fame for her work with farmworkers and immigrants, said Its not just about kids being bullied by kids. Its also about the kids who do the bullying. Why do people bully? Maybe theres a problem in their house. They dont look at a child deep enough. What is going on? Schools need more social workers and counselors, Romo said. Parents need help in dealing with issues, she said. They may lack the resources and the language to deal effectively with these problems. Ive seen kids expelled. Their life is over, Romo said. Nancy Montoya, a member of the Parent Teacher Associations board at Double Branch Elementary and John Long Middle School, said she came to the conference because shes interested in preventing problems. Browning said he plans to hold the summit every year. There will be additional opportunities to engage the community and there were will be other opportunities during the year. I want to change the culture of the Pasco County school district, Browning said. It needs to be a place where people feel safe and can express their feelings and concerns, the superintendent added. And, throughout the district, both adults and students need to be sending the same message, Browning said. This behavior cannot and will not be tolerated, Browning said. THISISWHATAHEARTATTACKFEELSLIKETOAWOMAN.(UNUSUALUPPERBODYPAIN,ORDISCOMFORTINONEORBOTHARMS,BACK,SHOULDER, NECK,JAWORUPPERPARTOFTHESTOMACH) OtherHeartAttackSymptomstoWatchOutFor:Chestpain,discomfort,pressureorsqueezing,liketheresatonofweightonyouShortnessof breathNauseaLight-headednessorsuddendizzinessUnusualfatigueBreakingoutina coldsweat Ifyouexperienceanyoneofthesesymptoms,dontmakeexcusesforthem. MaketheCall.DontMissaBeat. 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More support to help us with personal and home problems/we need to have someone to talk to confidentially about our problems To develop school spirit through yearround activities, and not just during Homecoming Week To improve communication between students, parents, and staff Help getting drugs out of our schools Adults to deal fairly with all students without showing favoritism. To eliminate cliques, racial slurs, and drama To be motivated to succeedYouth summit aims to create safer schools Students from across Pasco County gathered at a summit to discuss issues and offer solutions. (Photo by B.C. Manion)

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Box 479 Lutz, FL 33548 ph: 813.909.2800 fax: 813.909.2802 STEVE MISTRETTA www.cnewspubs.com www.facebook.com/thelakerlutznews news@cnewspubs.com sales@cnewspubs.com Sunset Advertising Distributors 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadvertisingdistributors.com Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLUTZ, WESLEY CHAPEL, LAND O LAKES, WEST PASCO, TRINITY, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITYServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 ED PIERCE Editor epierce@cnewspubs.com B.C. MANION Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com JEFF ODOM Staff Writer jodom@cnewspubs.com MARY RATHMAN Editorial Assistant mrathman@cnewspubs.com MATTHEW MISTRETTA Art Director art@cnewspubs.com STEFANIE BURLINGAME Graphic Designer art@cnewspubs.com MARY EBERHARD meberhard@cnewspubs.com KATHY WELTON kwelton@cnewspubs.com HEALTH & WELLNESS St. Josephs Womens Hospital is offering a Breast-feeding 101 class from 1 to 4:30 p.m. July 7. The class will cover the basics of breast-feeding, milk production and proper positioning and latch-on techniques. Cost is $35. To register, call (813) 443-3078.St. Josephs Hospital Cancer Institute is offering the cancer support program Look GoodFeel Better from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8. This is a free program for women before, during and after cancer treatment, to teach beauty techniques to help reduce the appearance-related side effects of treatment. To register, call the American Cancer Society at (800) 227-9954 or (813) 443-3078.The Medical Center of Trinity will host a diabetes self-management workshop at 9 a.m. from July 8 through Aug. 12. The class is 2.5 hours once a week for six weeks. Topics include techniques to deal with symptoms, appropriate exercise, healthy eating, use of medication and working with health care providers. Seating is limited. The center is at 9330 SR 54. For reservations, call (727) 8345630. The Medical Center of Trinity will host the program Healthy Eating Every Day every Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. for 14 weeks from July 10 to Oct. 9. The program is designed to help people improve the quality of their diets by building cognitive and behavioral skills around healthy eating. Classes are at 9330 SR 54. Reservations are required. For information, call (727) 834-5630.The Medical Center of Trinity will host a Helping HANDs meeting at 7 p.m. July 10 at 9330 SR 54. The topic is Sibling Support and will feature Tropicana speeches on having a sibling with a disability. For information, contact Jonica Chittum at (813) 402-9442 or jonica.chittum@hcahealthcare.com.The Pasco Aging Network will meet from 8 to 10 a.m. July 10 at the CARES Dr. Rao Masunuru Enrichment Center, 12417 Clock Tower Parkway in Hudson. Guest speaker is Ralph Loffredo from the Center for Retirement Security. A free breakfast will be provided. TO RSVP, call Teri Nichols at (353) 796-6000.The Spine Care Centers of West Florida at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will present a lecture entitled Minimally Invasive Treatment for Lumbar Spine Disease at 3 p.m. July 11 at 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson. Guest speaker is neurosurgeon Dr. John Soliman. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. Reservations are required. For information, call (727) 869-5498.Moffitt Cancer Center will host comedians Tony Esposito and Thomas Brown in Laughter is the Remedy from 6 to 11 p.m. July 12 in the Couch Auditorium, 12902 Magnolia Drive. The event will combine humor, health disparities and cancer education. Hors doeuvres will be served. The event is for those 21 and older. Seating is limited. To register for the free event, visit bit.ly/laughteristheremedy.Hillsborough County Senior Centers offer a variety of free programs and activities to local seniors age 50 and older. These include blood pressure checks, exercise classes, health education, games, recreation, educational classes and more. There are 16 senior dining centers and eight senior centers that provide hot nutritious noontime meals for those age 60 and older. The local Lutz senior center is at 112 First Ave. and can be reached at (813) 264-3803. For information and a list of other senior and dining centers, call (813) 272-5250 or call the Elder Helpline at (800) 963-5337. The Medical Center of Trinity will host the new Co-Dependence Anonymous group from 7 to 8 p.m. every Thursday. Upcoming meetings are July 11, 18 and 25. The group is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The group will meet at the West Pasco Campus, 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey. For information, call Shirley at (727) 816-8678 or Judy at (727) 858-3013. St. Josephs Hospital-North offers hospital tours for expectant parents every Sunday at 2 p.m. The tour introduces the many services available to the entire family and is free. The hospital is at 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. To register, call (813) 443-3078.The Pasco County Chapter of NAMI offers support group meetings for family and friends of those with mental illness at the Branch of Christ storefront, Cypress View Square Shopping Complex in Wesley Chapel. The meetings are the first and third Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at 27223 SR 56. For information, call (727) 992-9653.The obstetrics unit at Medical Center of Trinity is now offering the services of a lactation consultant to assist and support new mothers with breast-feeding. Bonnie Boone is an international board-certified lactation consultant specializing in clinical management of breast-feeding. The center is at 9330 SR 54. For information, call Mary LaRoy, director of obstetrics, at (727) 834-4246. Medical Center of Trinity is offering scheduled tours through its obstetrics program at noon on July 20. The medical center is at 9330 SR 54 in Trinity. A registered nurse educator will conduct tours with small groups and guide them through the obstetrics unit. The tour includes a visit to the motherbaby and birthing suites, and an opportunity to observe the infant safety and security program. Guests are invited to bring questions with them. Spaces are limited and reservations are required. Call (727) 834-5630 to register. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills has earned the designation as a Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is the only hospital in Pasco County that has been designated as an AHCA Comprehensive Stroke Center, and is one of just 26 stroke centers in Florida with the designation. The Comprehensive Stroke Center certification shows our continued commitment to providing the highest quality of care for stroke patients, Doug Duffield, president and CEO of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, said in a news release. It also distinguishes our stroke team, which includes academic neurosurgeons from USF Health, neuro-interventional radiologists, board certified neurologists and emergency physicians, and stroke certified registered nurses as leaders in stroke diagnosis, management, treatment and rehabilitation in Pasco County. The hospitals Stroke Center, as part of the Brain and Spine Institute, provides complete care for head, neck, brain, and spinal cord tumors, diseases, and injuries.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 4 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge Whats Happening What s Happening The GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Womans Club is hosting a Guvna Candidate Spirit Night in support of candidate Lauren Leahey from 4 to 7 p.m. July 3 at The Gathering Place, 16319 N. Florida Ave. in Lutz. Mention the Guvna campaign or Laurens name and 15 percent of the food check will benefit her efforts.Greyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay will have a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from 11 a.m. to noon July 6 at the Wesley Chapel Petco, 1231 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. For information, call (813) 971-4732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org.Tampa Theatre will show the 1942 autobiographical musical Yankee Doodle Dandy, starring James Cagney, at 3 p.m. July 7. Tickets are $9 for general admission and $7 for members. The theater is at 711 N. Franklin St. in downtown Tampa. For information, call (813) 274-8286.The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is looking for volunteer stars for the 2013 Dancing With Our Stars event on Sept. 21. Sign up to dance or help and share your ideas at an open planning meeting at 6 p.m. July 8 at Broadway Dancesations, 1408 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 106, in Lutz. For information, call Carla Collier at (813) 909-2722. The Friendship Singers are currently seeking new members. There are no auditions. The group performs for free at area nursing homes, assisted living facilities, churches and senior centers. Rehearsals are at the Land O Lakes Senior Center, 6801 Wisteria Loop from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Upcoming rehearsals are July 8 and July 24. For information, call Joe Berling at (813) 997-1454 or email jberling@tampabay.rr.com.Hillsborough County Extension Service is offering 4-H summer day camps for kids between the ages of 8 and 13. All camps are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Service Office, 5339 County Road in Seffner. Each camp is $25 per person and includes two snacks per day. Campers bring their own lunch. The next camp is Junk Drawer Robotics Camp July 8 to July 10. For a complete list of camps and information, call Brent Broaddus at (813) 744-5519 or email broaddus@hillsboroughcounty.org.Cobb Grove 16 Theatres in Wesley Chapel will host free summer kids movies at 10 a.m. every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The movies for July 9, 10 and 11 are Dr. Seuss The Lorax (PG) and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (PG). Same day ticketing only. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Small groups, schools and camps are invited. The theaters are at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd. For information, call (813) 9485444. The recently formed Marines Forever Veterans Group will meet for fun, food and fellowship at 7 p.m. every Monday at Beef O Bradys in The Village Lakes Shopping Center on SR 54 in Land O Lakes. Active duty and veterans from all branches of the service are invited to attend. Membership is free. For information, visit www.Marine4ever.com. St. Clements Episcopal Church is hosting a week-long-Yankee Doodle Music Camp for 4 to 10 year olds from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. July 8 to July 12. Campers will sing, learn to play several instruments and learn creative music writing. Children are asked to bring a brown bag lunch. Cost is $50 for the whole week. The church is at 706 W. 113th Ave. in Tampa. For information, visit www.stclement.net or call (813) 932-6204.The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 US 41. The movie My Life as a Turkey will be viewed during the meeting on July 9. Popcorn is included. For information, call Mary at (727) 849-2335.Cloud 9 Studios will host Yappy Hour photo opportunities for your pet on July 10 and Aug. 14. The cost of $65 includes a mini session, two 5x7s and a keychain. The Pasco Humane Society will receive 15 percent of sales. The studios are at 27340 Cashford Circle in Wesley Chapel. To schedule an appointment, call (813) 9944552.The Carrollwood Players and the Millennium Sertoma Club are sponsoring the comedy-drama play Lost in Yonkers, written by Neil Simon, on July 11. There will be a social hour with refreshments at 7 p.m., followed by the show at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25. The play will be performed at 4331 Gunn Highway. For information, call Suzanne Scott at (813) 417-8891.MOSI will host a birthday party for Kids In Charge! celebrating its eighth year from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 13. There will be games, activities and cake. The event is included with a MOSI admission and is free for members. MOSI is at 4801 E. Fowler Ave. For information, call (813) 987-6000 or visit mosi.org.The USF Botanical Gardens will host is 15th annual tropical plant fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 13 and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 14. Vendors will sell rare and popular fruit trees, as well as blooming tropical and exotic plants. There will also be a talk on enhancing landscape, a workshop on groundcover and a pepper beauty contest. Admission is $5. Children younger than 12 are free. The garden is near the southwest corner of the campus at the intersection of Pine and Alumni drives off Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. For information, call (813) 9742329.Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church will host a live simulcast of Boundaries For Today at noon on July 13. The program is from authors Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend to teach boundary principles to those who feel pulled in too many directions and need tools to make life work better. To register by July 11, visit www.idlewild.org/register. 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Tiffany also showed us a complete line of fresh and frozen TAMpasta GRAB n GO meals available in the market. Tiffany confirmed that they have already established a loyal clientele that claim the Lobster Ravioli is the best they have ever tasted. Tiffany told us, After my years with a Panera Bread franchise store, it is so pleasurable to bring more of the local personal touch to our customers. My husband Chris and I want to continue to add quality product offerings in a friendly unique atmosphere to the Land O Lakes and surrounding community. By B.C. Manionbcm ani on@cnewspubs.co mJohn Hagen, the president and CEO of the Pasco Economic Development Council, Inc., is calling for local business owners to get involved in preparing the future work force. Hagen issued the challenge at a meeting of the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerces economic development committee meeting. Businesses need to connect with schools to provide more opportunities for students, said Hagen, who is the steering committee chair for Pasco County Schools Career Academies, a group of educators and business leaders working together to improve local career and technical education. The idea is to give students a chance to broaden their learning experiences through internships, apprenticeships, mentoring and other opportunities at local businesses, Hagen said. He advocates introducing students to occupational options early, to give students a better idea of the broad range of choices. The world of work is constantly evolving, Hagen added. So, students who are entering their freshmen year of high school will find themselves vying for jobs that have not even been invented yet. To be competitive, area businesses and educational institutions must work in concert to provide training so graduates can handle specific demands of todays jobs and also equip them with critical thinking skills, so they can solve problems that have not even yet surfaced, Hagen said. Pasco County has 67,000 students and next year will have 24 career academies, specializing in everything from automotive technology to culinary arts to engineering. Students in those academies need the real world experience they can gain through exposure and experiences in the work place, Hagen said. This is not a nice to have its a must have, Hagen said. This is what you need to do to preserve your businesses, Hagen said. Companies that are smart reach out and begin building relationships with the districts career academies. He recounted a story about a friend of his who has a highly successful Chik-fil-A franchise. Hagen asked his friend if he had labor problems. The friend told Hagen that he hadnt had labor problems in years because he volunteers to go into schools to give talks about the proper steps to follow when applying for a job. He lets them use applications from Chikfil-A as a practice form, and when he concludes his talk, he offers to let them submit their applications if theyre interested in working for him and he keeps them on file until an opening develops. By reaching out, hes been able to hire top quality kids and those kids have attracted their friends to come eat at the restaurant, Hagen said. Hagen also noted that business owners sometimes complain that the schools dont spell out how their business can get involved. This is about leadership, Hagen said. Its about offering solutions. You offer the thing that you can do, he said. If the school responds that your suggestion wont work, then suggest something else. If the timing is wrong, propose another time, Hagen said. We are not getting the business involvement we need, Hagen said. Communities that learn how to prepare their work force will be able to expand existing businesses and attract new ones, Hagen said. If we dont get this done, were going to have lots of low-paying jobs in Pasco County, he said. On the other hand, if businesses and the school district can engage in a meaningful partnership, where students are able to learn and practice skills in the work place and are exposed to a broader array of occupational choices then everyone stands to benefit, Hagen said. When kids can see why what theyre learning in classrooms is important, they get energized about their education, Hagen said. Then, kids will so fueled up about their education, it will be transformative, he said. Those students will be so super-charged that theyll pull the rest of the system along with them, Hagen said. This is your work force, Hagen said. Start helping solve the problem. Hagens words resonated with Jeff Novotny, president of the Wesley Chapel chamber, who mentioned the group has a history of supporting education. He told Hagen that his organization wants to get more involved in work force development efforts. You have the full support of the chamber, Novotny said, and he asked Hagen to send the chamber a list of the school districts career academies.PEDC CEO challenge to business owners: Get involved Ashlee Hubert of the Academy of Culinary Arts program at Land O Lakes High won second place at a dessert competition. (File photo) John Hagen Casey Rother, of the Academy of Culinary Arts program at Land O Lakes High, shows off the lunch he made in the main kitchen at the Tampa Bay Times Forum during the Republican National Convention. (File photo)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 8 Lutz celebrates independent spirit and community tiesBy Susan A. MacManusSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsThe Fourth of July is the perfect time to reflect on Lutzs history as the community gathers to celebrate our nations independence. Since 1912, Fourth of July celebrations have played a big part in binding together our communitys old-timers and newcomers. Like the nations founders, Lutzs early settlers were risk-takers who migrated to the area in search of better opportunities. Once here, they found strength in mingling with neighbors who shared their can-do spirit, just as we do today. We are celebrating Lutzs 100th birthday this year because on Jan. 27, 1913, the U.S. Post Office Department officially granted the area a post office and insisted that it be named Lutz, rather than North Tampa as originally requested. The proposed North Tampa name came from the North Tampa Land Company a Chicago-based company that purchased 32,000 acres for development around the train depot in the area we now call Lutz. They gave their development the rather unimaginative name of North Tampa. The company advertised its new Florida property extensively in newspapers in the north and Midwest. Many pioneers bought their places here sight unseen risk-takers for sure. The first business in North Tampa North Tampa Stores was built near the train depot in 1911. It was a two-story building selling groceries, hardware and dry goods. By the end of 1911, the community boasted 30 buildings and a school built by the land company. The reason some regard 1911 as the communitys official birth date is because thats when the public school and commercial infrastructure was constructed, two years before the post office opened.The name Lutz probably first appeared on a Florida map in 1909 as the name of a train depot that was a stopping place on the Tampa Northern Railroad. The Lutz name comes from two brothers William and Charles whose railroad ties had helped develop and link the area. William Lutz was an engineer on the Tampa Northern Railroad. Charles Lutz built the railroad line from Odessa to the Lutz Station depot to link his sawmill to the larger Tampa Northern Railroad route. Where the tracks met became known as Lutz Junction. It was from this well-known junction that the U.S. Post Office chose Lutz as the name of our community rather than North Tampa, which they deemed too easy to confuse with Tampa. The replica of the Lutz depot and the train sculpture on the Lutz Library faade remind us of the role trains played in the early development of our community, in the North Tampa Land Companys decision to center its settlement around the depot and in the naming of our town. With much of the area covered in pine trees, lumber and turpentine were boom industries in the early 1900s. Sawmills flourished, including the Tanner and Hoffman sawmills in the Lutz area. The citrus industry survived longer. From the beginning, the North Tampa Land Company promoted the citrus industry to potential residents and investors. The settlers of 1911 found old seedling orange groves when they arrived. C.E. Thomas, the North Tampa Land Company president, started a number of nurseries in the area and used the citrus industry to help some old-timers out of financial jams. Thomas eventually had the second-largest citrus nursery in the state. Many old-timers were also successful in raising citrus of all kinds. Aerial shots of downtown Lutz in the 1950s and 1960s show just how much acreage was planted in citrus. And in the 1950s and 1960s, US 41 through Lutz was sprinkled with roadside stands selling local citrus to Yankees coming south for the winter then heading back home. Later, big freezes in the 1970s and 1980s took out much of the areas citrus industry, although there are still orange groves sprinkled throughout the area.Lutz, then known as North Tampa, had its first Fourth of July picnic in 1912 at a spot south of the County Line Road near the Tampa Northern Railroads water tower. In 1916, Lutz had its Fourth of July celebrations in the middle of downtown Lutz. One of the highlights was a baseball game featuring Lutzs own team. The first modernday celebration was in 1947 on the Lutz Elementary School grounds. The Lutz Civic Association sponsored the celebration and continued to support the event for more than 50 years. In the 1950s, the celebration moved to Bullard Park, site of the old Y where the train engines once turned around. From greased-pole climbing contests, hard-fought softball games and shuffleboard tournaments, childrens parades and costume contests, beauty pageants for area misses, to the presentation of colors and the spectacular evening fireworks displays, the annual Fourth of July celebrations through the years have offered a little something for everyone. For many a child and adult, some of their fondest memories of Lutz are of our communitys Independence Day festivities celebrating together. So enjoy this Fourth of July and Happy Birthday to Lutz and the United States of America. Girls race during an early Fourth of July celebration. Susan A. MacManus is a nationally known expert on Florida politics and is a professor at the University of South Florida. She and her mother, Elizabeth Riegler MacManus, co-authored Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers: Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County and Going, Going Almost Gone: Lutz-Land O Lakes Pioneers Share Their Precious Memories. Both books are available for $50 each at these locations: Harveys Hardware, 5400 Land O Lakes Blvd. in Land O Lakes The Beck Gallery, 1720 Land O Lakes Blvd. in Land O Lakes Lutz Ace Hardware, 18469 N. US 41 in Lutz. Both books list at higher prices, but MacManus is using some of the money left by her mother to cover a portion of the cost so more readers can enjoy the books. Susan A. MacManus This gathering of the North Tampa Fruit and Vegetable Association on May 11, 1912, was at Feinsingers grove. (Photographs courtesy of Susan A. MacManus) TheLaker / LutzNewswww.cnewspubs.com

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 11 Jennifer Maicher of Lutz has been named to the University of Delawares Deans List for Spring 2013. To meet eligibility requirements for the deans list, a student must be enrolled fulltime and earn a grade point average of 3.33 or above (on a 4.0 scale) for the semester. The University of Delaware, founded in 1743, is one of the most popular universities in America. Its student body encompasses nearly 17,000 undergraduates, 3,700 graduate students and 850 students in professional and continuing studies from across the country and around the globe.Peter Simon of Lutz earned a doctorate in bioengineering at the May 2013 Commencement of the UIC College of Engineering in Illinois. UIC ranks among the nations leading research universities and is Chicagos largest university with 27,500 students, 12,000 faculty and staff, 15 colleges and the states major public medical center. The schools faculty, students and staff engage with community, corporate, foundation and government partners to improve the quality of life in metropolitan areas around the world. Springfield College of Massachusetts has named Cynthia Pumphrey of Lutz to the deans list for academic excellence for the spring 2013 term. Pumphrey is studying human services. Founded in 1885, Springfield College is known worldwide as the Birthplace of Basketball and for the guiding principles of its humanics philosophy, educating students in spirit, mind and body for leadership in service to others. The college offers a range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields of health sciences, human and social services, sport management and movement studies, education, business and the arts and sciences. Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation has announced its higher education scholarship recipients. Scholarship recipients for 2013 include Bruce Wilson Jr. of Pasco High, who received a $4,000 scholarship for a vocational or technical program. Since 1992, the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation has donated more than $9 million to various childrens charities and has awarded nearly $930,000 in scholarships. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com Hair Nails Full Body Waxing Blow Dry Bar Mens Grooming Lounge Hair Extensions Keratin21776 SR 54 LutzLocated in Osprey Cove Professional Center813.528.8799 www.element54salon.com NOW OPEN! Mens Grooming LoungeMens Classic Cut... just$15Every cut includes Hot Towel, Neck Shave & OutlineCome experience ourCome see our Barber Ray Johnson, relax in the mancave, and enjoy a beverage of your choice!

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WHEN YOU RENT NOW $ $ First Month Free(coupon required)We Feature: Boxes & Packing Supplies US Postal Service Month-to-Month Leases 7 Day Access 24-Hour V ideo Recording No Security Deposit Penske Authorized Dealer Celebrating a century with old-fashioned funNext is the cake-decorating competition, that will be judged at 9:30 a.m. Entries must be received at 7:30 a.m. at 124 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, in order to compete. Marilyn Wannamaker, a cake contest coordinator, said this years competition will be tinged with sadness because one of the regular entrants recently passed away. Duane Martin was famous for his pineapple upside-down cake, Wannamaker said. Im hoping someone will do one in his honor. The member of the Lutz-Land O Lakes Womans Club said the confectionary competition is always fun and typically draws unusual entries from children. The parade, which starts at 10 a.m., will take its usual path, down Crooked Lane and Lutz Lake Fern Road, taking a few turns and then going past the Lutz Branch Library, in front of the viewing stand.One of the highlights of this years parade is expected to be a group of about 50 people playing Three Cheers for the Red, White and Blue on kazoos, if Suzin Carr, a candidate for Lutz Guvna, is able to pull it off. Ive got the kazoos. Now, I need 50 people to show up, said Carr, who is competing against Karin DAmico, the reigning Guvna, Susan Gulash and Lauren Leahey, for the honorary title. The GFWC Lutz-Land O Lakes Womans Clubs float will feature a big birthday cake, to acknowledge this years centennial theme.Shirley Simmons, who organizes the parade, has become adept through the years at figuring out how much space each unit will need in the parade. Antique fire trucks and large vehicles typically need about 30 feet in the lineup, while standard vehicles need about 20 feet, Simmons said. She advises anyone participating in the parade, or coming out to watch it, to bring plenty of water. Parade-goers are likely to walk away with some loot, since organizers have a liberal attitude about giveaways. We dont tell them what they can give out, Simmons said, noting people in the parade often give away beads, candy, pins, flags and brochures. Participants are encouraged to hand or gently fling the items, Simmons said. No overhand throwing is allowed. Even a piece of hard candy can really hurt, Simmons said.The parade is expected to include the usual suspects: Marching scout troops, antique fire trucks, tractors, a smattering of politicians and the guvna candidates.One of the annual fixtures, however, will be missing. The communitys volunteer fire department a major player in previous Independence Day celebrations has been taken over by Hillsborough Countys professional firefighters and rescue personnel.In previous years, the volunteer fire association (founded in 1952) sold chicken dinners to raise money for equipment.Typically, the volunteers would begin stoking the fires to grill the chicken about 2 a.m., said Jay Muffly, former president of the Lutz Volunteer Fire Association. Muffly said this is the first year in at least a decade that hell be able to enjoy the day simply as a spectator. Last year, we had enough chickens for about 1,100 dinners, Muffly said. Hes looking forward to the parade and other festivities. I think its going to be well-attended, LUTZ, from page 1 Muffly said. While the firefighters wont be serving up chicken dinners, there will be plenty of vendors offering a variety of foods for sale, said Annie Fernandez, who is handling booth rentals for the event. Parade-goers will be able to purchase Cuban sandwiches, hamburgers, hot dogs, elephant ears, Italian ices, soft drinks, snow cones and other refreshments. She expects about 45 vendors to be offering a wide assortment of items, including metal yard art, jewelry, wooden craft goods and hair accessories. Some churches are sponsoring childrens activities, too. At one booth, event-goers will be able to buy chances for an assortment of stuff that comes in a bottle, including beer, salad dressing and hot sauces. After the parade, the new Lutz Guvna will be sworn in. This years election could prove historic, as two of the candidates are vying for the bragging rights of becoming the first Lutz Guvna to repeat. DAmico would be extending her reign, and Carr, who won the honor in 2009, would be stepping forward to reclaim it. FIREWORKS CELEBRATIONSFreedom Festival at The Shops at WiregrassThe Parks Ford of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival at The Shops at Wiregrass, Bruce B. Downs Boulevard and SR 56 July 3: 5 to 9 p.m. Festivities include shopping specials, a bicycle decorating contest, a watermelon-eating contest, and a Little Miss and Mr. Firecracker pageant. Fireworks start at 9 p.m. Family Night on the FourthExciting Idlewild Baptist Church recreation fields, east of North Dale Mabry Highway, on Van Dyke Road in Lutz July 4: Beginning at 5 p.m. The outdoor celebration will include food trucks, a car show, a patriotic tribute by Steve Amerson, Americas tenor, accompanied by Idlewilds Worship Orchestra. The event will conclude with a fireworks display. Bring a blanket, a lawn chair and a picnic or purchase from more than 30 food trucks that will be there. Sparklebration, a 4th of July Festival & Fireworks CelebrationPasco County Fairgrounds, 36772 SR 52, Dade City Hours: Noon to 9:30 p.m., with fireworks at 9:15 p.m. Event features a baby pageant, free face painting, a hot dog and watermelon eating contest, a Skydivers drop-in, local entertainment, an Elvis Tribute, pony rides and a food court. Admission is free for kids 12 and under and $5 for others. Parking is $5. Lawn chairs and blankets are welcome. No coolers, pets or personal fireworks allowed. Yippie the clown waves to children as he rides his tricycle with no handlebars through the Lutz July 4th parade route last year. (File photos by Cameron Valdez) Alexander Pereira from Boy Scout Troop 12 attaches and raises the American flag in front of the Lutz Branch Library to kick off Independence Day events there last year.

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By Jeff Odomjodom@cnewspubs.comColton Olasins love for the game of baseball blossomed at an early age. At just 4-years-old, the Spring Hill resident would play games of catch with his friends and father, Michael, in the front yard for hours at a time. Then, one day, Michael asked his son if he would like to play any competitive sports. Olasins choice came without hesitation. Can I try baseball? Olasin asked. Michael instantly said yes and it was a decision that changed Olasins life forever. I started getting into it and I just didnt want to stop after that, Olasin said. It was constant baseball, baseball, baseball. Every week I was practicing and getting better and better by working hard. Even when its a lot of baseball, it can get tiring, but I still dont want to stop playing. Olasins talent for the game was evident from Day 1 at the Spring Hill Dixie Baseball League. He skipped past T-ball and joined the older group of players some twice his age at coach pitch. Then, just three years later, Olasin started playing travel ball at age 7 with one of the areas top teams, the Tampa Titans, where he ventured all across the state of Florida and the country, playing in various tournaments. You get to go to places not just to play ball, but the experience meeting different people and different kids and different skills of the game is cool, said Olasin, who is now 12. It was cool meet other people and learn different things about the game and how they play. As he grew older, Olasin moved on to the nationally recognized Pro Talent Instructs (PTI) Maniacs baseball program in Tampa, an organization that was started in 2006 providing college and scouting camps, with guidance from both current and former major leaguers, where he competed against some of the best players in the nation in places like Cooperstown, N.Y. home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This season, Olasin led the Maniacs in batting average (.494), home runs (14) and was third in total RBIs (54). On the mound, he led all pitchers in strikeouts (63) and had the third-most wins with six in 18 appearances. With those statistics, his stock skyrocketed and others around the country began to take notice in a big way. Soon, Olasin was given an offer he couldnt refuse an opportunity to tryout for the inaugural United States National 12-Under Baseball Team. Because I play travel ball and since I had been around a lot, somebody from California had asked me if I wanted to tryout for the team and I couldnt pass it down. I had to say yes, Olasin said. After the tryout, Olasin impressed the scouts in attendance and was named as one of only 18 youth baseball players in the country to the team, which will compete for the 2013 International Baseball Federation 12-Under World Cup July 18 to 28 in Taipei City, Taiwan. I was just speechless for like 10 minutes, Olasin said. I just sat there thinking for 10, 20 minutes with all of these ideas going through my head like I cant believe Im going to Taiwan and Wow, this is awesome. It was just shocking. Out of all those kids that tried out for the team, I made it. I made the team. His mother, Jess Hoffman, said she couldnt believe he made it and added that she was proud of her son, because of all the hard work he puts into getting better on and off the field. I was very excited for him, Hoffman said. Im very proud of him. Hes been playing ball for a long time and he works very hard for it, has a great passion for it. His dad has a very strong knowledge for baseball and he played baseball in college, before tearing his ACL. So, he got most of those skills from him. When Olasin delivered the news to his friends and teammates, most of them thought he was joking until he showed them the roster. Some of my friends that I tell, they dont even believe me, Olasin said with a laugh. Their mouths usually go all the way to the floor and they dont believe me, sometimes, but once they see it, they think its awesome, though. Olasin said he knows without the sacrifices by his parents, none of this would be possible. Hoffman is still trying to raise money through donations and sponsors to see her son play in Taiwan through the website, GoFundMe.com. Not a lot of people have parents like that who take them where they need to go just to play baseball, Olasin said. I think my parents are great. I dont know how theyre doing it, I dont know how they can take me all of these places, but its awesome and Im glad theyre able to do that for me and support me like that. I really respect that.One of the biggest things Olasin is looking forward to when he gets to Taiwan is meeting other people from around the world and sharing their experiences with the game, while representing the U.S. He said seeing how other countries play baseball might be more rewarding than winning it all.When youre playing for the U.S.A., its not just about playing ball, but when you go to a different country, youre representing your entire nation, Olasin said. Its awesome, because you let other people know that U.S.A. baseball is a big thing and meeting different people from other countries like China and Venezuela and all of these other places. Its going to be cool. Follow Jeff Odom on Twitter @JOdomLakerVoted Floridas No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity SportsYoung baseball star ready to represent nationBy Jeff Odomjodom@cnewspubs.comFormer Gaither High football player Ernest Suttles, a true freshman, has been dismissed from the University of Nebraska football team before ever stepping onto the field. According to a statement from the university, Suttles, a highly recruited defensive end and 2012 All-Laker/All-Lutz News Defensive Player of the Year, and a teammate were kicked off the squad by Nebraska coach Bo Pelini after an incident at an offcampus party on June 21. We are aware of an incident involving student-athletes which occurred off campus over the weekend, the statement said. We are working with the Universitys Dean of Students in gathering further details. We will continue to review the incident. Further, head football coach Bo Pelini has announced that Ernest Suttles and Thomas Brown are no longer members of the football program. According to a report by the Lincoln Journal Star, Suttles was cited for assaulting teammate and Nebraska linebacker David Santos in the late evening hours on June 21. The report added that a Lincoln (Neb.) Police Department incident report says Suttles allegedly struck Santos in the head with a bottle, requiring multiple stitches. No other information about the incident was made available by press time. Gaither coach Jason Stokes told The Laker/Lutz News in a text message that he was very disappointed with the whole situation but added that everything is still under investigation.Suttles was a dynamic force on defense for the Cowboys last season, compiling 88 total tackles, 12 for a loss of yardage, 12 sacks and four forced fumbles, while helping lead Gaither to its first Class 7A-District 7 title in nine years. He was originally verbally committed to Iowa State University, but opted to sign with the Cornhuskers instead. In total, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Suttles had 15 offers from Division I schools including Kentucky, Tennessee, West Virginia, South Florida, Missouri and Indiana. After he signed his letter of intent on National Signing Day in February, he said he was thrilled to play for Nebraska. Excitement, thats the only way I can describe it, Suttles said. I wish I could leave today. Im ready to climb the ladder. Hopefully sooner than later.Ex-Gaither DE Suttles dismissed from Nebraska 12-year-old Colton Olasin has been honored as one of only 18 youth baseball players nationwide to join the inaugural 12-Under U.S. national team, which will play in the 2013 IBAF World Championships later this month in Taiwan. (Photos courtesy of Jess Hoffman) Former Gaither High defensive lineman and University of Nebraska freshman Ernest Suttles was dismissed from the Cornhuskers football team after an off-campus incident June 21. (File photo)CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 13 Player profileColton Olasin Age: 12 Height/Weight:5-foot-2, 120 poundsTeam: P.T.I. Maniacs Positions: shortstop, right-handed pitcher Favorite player: Jose Reyes, a shortstop for the Toronto Blue JaysIt was just shocking. Out of all those kids that tried out for the team, I made it. I made the team.Colton Olasin on being named to the 12-Under United States National Baseball Team.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 3 2013 14 SPORTS Brennan resigns as Saint Leo golf coachThe Laker/Lutz News staff reportAfter leading the Saint Leo womens golf program to national success, Lions head coach Erika Brennan resigned June 25 to take the assistant womens golf coach position at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.Brennan, who just finished her fifth season at the helm of the womens golf program, led the Lions to four NCAA Division II regional appearances, including their first postseason appearance in 2010. In addition to sending multiple golfers to the regional spotlight, Brennan also led Saint Leo womens golfer, Goeun Lee, to an NCAA National Championship appearance in 2012. Im grateful for Saint Leo and the opportunity to coach here. Mr. Reidy took a chance on a coach with very little experience and allowed me to grow while taking extra time to mentor me along the way, said Brennan. The teams that Ive had the opportunity to coach have taught me so much. They are a group of girls that I will never forget, and I will always be thankful for the opportunity to coach them. During most of her time with the green and gold, the Lions saw high national rankings, including an overall Golfstat Ranking of ninth in the nation during the 2010-11 season. In addition to high team honors, Brennan guided Heather Petronis to Saint Leos first Sunshine State Conference Freshman of the Year Award in 2011. We are grateful for the great work Coach Brennan did with the program, said Director of Athletics Francis X. Reidy. She took over a fledging program and developed it into a top-25 program. Because of her work and dedication, the womens golf program is in a much better place today. In addition to her success on the course, we will also miss the great work she did with our Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and Leadership class, which she developed. We wish her all the best at UT and in the next chapter of her career. Although she was new to the collegiate coaching ranks upon her arrival to Saint Leo, Brennans success with the Lions has certainly left a dent in the record books. In the fall of 2012 the team set numerous records, including the top single round team score (291) and top 36-hole tournament score (592), which they scored at the Myrtle Beach Intercollegiate. As an advisor for the Saint Leo StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) and Sophomore Leadership class, Brennan has also impacted the surrounding community with community outreach projects such as raising money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation ($21,500 in just three years), donating items to local charities and hosting multiple events for local community members. During the past two years, Saint Leo also won the Sunshine State Conference donation competition by donating nearly 12,000 nonperishable items to Dade City Catholic Charities. Saint Leo University holds such a special place in my heart, said Brennan on her departure. The core values that Ive learned in my time here will be carried with me for the rest of my life.Saint Leo University tennis campThe Saint Leo University mens and womens tennis teams are having two instructional camps July 15 to 19 and July 22 to 26 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for children and teenagers ages 5 to 18. The camp package is $299 per week and provides up to four hours of tennis daily, including stroke demonstration, drills, strategy, fitness, games and match play. It will also include other fun activities, snacks, a Lions camp T-shirt and an awards ceremony at the end of each session.For more information, call Erin Bryce at (727) 244-8070 or email bryce_erin@yahoo.com.Steinbrenner High football campsThe Steinbrenner High football team and girls flag football team will be hosting the 2013 Warrior Elite Camp for children ages 6 to 15 of all ability levels. The camp runs July 15 to July 19 from 8 a.m. to noon and will be at the Land O Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway. The second camp with the Carrollwood Hurricanes will be July 22 to 26 at Citrus Park Christian School, 18105 Gunn Highway, from 4 to 7 p.m. The cost of each camp is $100 online or $125 the day of the event. Steinbrenner football coach Andres Perez-Reinaldo and flag football coach Gregg Puskas will be running the camps along with members of the team. The camp will focus on teaching football fundamentals, and participants will learn both individual and team techniques on offense and defense. For more information, visit warriorfootballcamp.net or email perez@steinbrennerfootball.com and puskas@steinbrennerfootball.com.Staff Writer Jeff Odom can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or jodom@cnewspubs.com. Saint Leo University womens golf coach Erika Brennan, left, resigned June 25 to take an assistant coaching position with the University of Tennessee. 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Im looking forward to helping the Saint Leo mens golf team become an exceptional program. Under Greedwoods guidance at UALR, the Trojans claimed one Sun Belt AllConference Selection while also earning the highest GPA of UALR mens sports programs. Prior to his success with the Trojans, Greenwood served as the head mens golf coach at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. for seven seasons, where he led the Fighting Knights to 16 tournament titles, extended Lynns streak of consecutive NCAA appearances to 10, and reached the NCAA Division II Mens Golf National Tournament four times (2006 and 2009-11). We are excited to name Chris Greenwood as our first full-time mens golf coach, Reidy said. He has produced successful results at the conference, regional and national level as a coach in the SSC. Coach Greenwood is a proven leader and recruiter; couple this with the facilities of Lake Jovita, and we have a great combination for our golf program.A two-time Sunshine State Conference Coach of the Year (2006 and 2008), Greenwood coached 11 All-America selections and eight Academic All-Americans in his seven years at Lynn. During his first year with the program, Greenwood picked up his first SSC Coach of the Year award after guiding the Fighting Knights to a Sunshine State Conference title and leading the team to a fourth-place finish at the NCAA Division II National Championship.Before entering the realm of collegiate coaching, Greenwood played for 12 years on the Canadian Golf Tour, where he recorded six victories as a professional, multiple top-ten finishes and set a tournament record by finishing the Eagle Creek Classic at 22under par. He has also played on the PGA Tour, Nationwide, Tight Lies, Nike, South African PGA, Australasia PGA and the Dakotas tour. While competing on the Canadian Tour, Greenwood served as the United States Players Representative on the Board of Directors, and the Canadian Tour representative to Srixon, ensuring all players utilize the proper equipment at each event.A member of the North Carolina State University golf team from 1990-92, Greenwood notched one tournament victory as a collegiate athlete at Duke Universitys John Ryan Memorial. Upon graduating from NC State in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in general communications with a concentration in public relations, he joined the Wolfpack as an assistant mens golf coach. Prior to NC State, Greenwood attended Virginia Tech where he was an All-Conference selection as a freshman. The Valdese, N.C. native will serve as the first-ever full-time head mens golf coach at Saint Leo. He is married to Nancy Greenwood. The couple has two daughters, Savannah and Mackenzie, and one son, Daniel. By Jeff Odomjodom @cnewspub s.co mGaither High boys soccer coach Eric Sims has stepped down after 12 seasons guiding the team. The 35-year-old Sims, who also serves as the executive director of the Tampa Bay United Youth Soccer Club (TBU), led the Cowboys to three state final four appearances, including back-to-back trips in 2011 and 2012. Under his direction, Gaither also won five district titles and made 10 playoff appearances, most recently during the 2011-12 season when the team upset Freedom for the Class 4A-District 8 championship. Gaither did not make the playoffs last season. Sims dedication to coaching soccer also extended past the high school level as an assistant mens coach at the University of Tampa and head coach of TBUs Under-18 boys team.Former Gaither forward Tyler Helm told The Laker/Lutz News in December that there is no better man to play for than Sims.Coach Sims is the best around, Helm said. His vision on the field is professional. He sees our options. He treats us like fellow players (and) teaches us to be physical. Correspondent Don Trello contributed to this report. Chris GreenwoodGreenwood tapped to lead SLU mens golf Gaither boys soccer coach Eric Sims has stepped down after leading the team for 12 seasons. (File photo)Sims steps down at Gaither The more you read, the more youll know. Keep up to date with your local newspaper! TheLAKER/ LutzNEWSPh: 813.909.2800 Fax: 813.909.2802 P.O. Box 479 Lutz, FL33548

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