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By B.C. Manion Mike Olson, Pasco County’s tax collector since 1981, died on June 26, three days after suffering a massive stroke. Gov. Rick Scott will name a successor to fill Olson’s post until 2014 when voters choose a successor to complete his unexpired term. They will vote again in 2016 to fill the seat for a four-year term. John Tupps of Scott’s press office said last week that a timetable had not been set for naming Olson’s successor.Olson served as the county’s tax collector since 1981 — holding the office longer than any other tax collector in Florida. He was also the sole Democrat to hold a county office in Pasco, and he assumed that office after a sixyear stint on the Pasco County Commission. Attorney Clyde Hobby, a longtime friend of Olson, described him as a meticulous man who cared deeply about public service.During Olson’s tenure on the county commission, the county introduced zoning laws and began providing water, sewer, fire and rescue services, Hobby said. As tax collector, Olson was ahead of the curve in adopting efficient standards for his office, Hobby added.“He implemented computer services before most tax collectors in the state knew what a computer was,” Hobby said. He began selling driver’s licenses long before the state began requiring tax collectors to do so, Hobby said. And, in the days before he died, he told Hobby that Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley had informed him that 65 percent of the new voters in Pasco County came through the tax collector’s office. Olson took customer service seriously and routinely read all of the hundreds of comment cards that came into his office. On more than one occasion, he disciplined employees based on information he developed after first learning about an incident through a comment card, Hobby said. Shortly before his death, Olson was actively seeking new locations in Central Pasco and East Pasco to improve services for customers. Pasco County Commissioner Pat Mulieri said, via email, that she knew Olson since about 1990. “He was all about tending to residents’ needs,” Mulieri said, noting she or her assistant called him frequently, and he was always helpful. One of the biggest issues came up when identification requirements changed for driver’s licenses, Mulieri said. She recalled an instance when a 92-year-old veteran had a problem because his first name didn’t match on his documents. One call to Olson resolved the problem, the county commissioner said. Olson came from a family with deep roots in service to others, Hobby said. His grandfather was a school board member and his late mother, Mitttye P. Locke, was a longtime principal who has an elementary school named for her in New Port Richey. Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. 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The festivities, marking the 100th birthday of the community north of Tampa, were steeped in tradition. People lined up along the parade route, with children and adults clamoring for beads, candy and other loot tossed to the crowd by those riding on floats or walking in the parade. Lutz resident Barbara Hall got there early to stake out a spot near the community center. She came with her daughter and son-in-law, Jamie and Kyle Alderman, and their children, Kate and Kyle II. The kids brought along some friends, Sydney and Cole Van Pelt. The children planted themselves in chairs at the edge of the parade route. “I wouldn’t miss it,” said Jamie Alderman, also of Lutz. “It’s a nice family atmosphere for the kids. We get the same spot every year.” Before the parade began, 8-yearold Jake Gemmill was up on an antique tractor, pretending to drive the hulking machine. The boy’s family, also of Lutz, come to the festivities each year, said Jake’s mom, Jen Gemmill. “It’s a nice community event. It just feels like it’s a great way to start the Fourth.” This year’s parade featured 66 units, with a large number of military vehicles and antique fire trucks. Scout troops, churches and area businesses also made a strong showing. It was one of those parades where people on the sidelines called out to family and friends who were riding on floats or walking down the route – and they answered back. Quite often, people in the parade would break ranks to go give someFive-year-old Eva Hakes, of Wesley Chapel, wasn’t about to let a little rain spoil her fun at the Parks of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival at The Shops at Wiregrass. At one point the rain was blowing sideways at the event, but at this particular moment the rain had let up and the little girl seemed to be using her Miss Kitty umbrella as a fashion accessory. (Photo by B.C. Manion)By Marie Abramov Laker correspondent Cassidy McDaniel’s pale blue-green eyes lit up merrily when she first found out she would embark on an adventure of poise, elegance, natural beauty and talent. Loving the spotlight, performing and being in front of the camera, the bubbly 9year-old from Lutz has become a finalist in the National American Miss Florida Pageant in Orlando this week. This is McDaniel’s first pageant, and she couldn’t wait to start all the preparations, including her talent portion. To Esther Dean’s “Let it Grow,” McDaniel began her two-minute dance routine, a combination of ballet and jazz. She moves fluidly from a cartwheel, to a number of different standing and sitting turns, to a few pointed kicks and splits to show her grace and flexibility. The up-tempo song sets a fast pace for the rather complex routine McDaniel’s dance instructor, Kathleen Dunas, choreographed for her. McDaniel has been one of Dunas’ pupils at Contempo School of Dance in Lutz. “She’s a hard worker,” Dunas said. “At the beginning of the year, she got added into my jazz class and her flexibility – she really needed to work on. I can tell throughout the year that she would go home and practice on what I would tell her every single week – I’d tell her to point her Cassidy McDaniel Spotlight falls on pageant contestantLutz celebrates 100 yearsSee LUTZ, page12 See PAGEANT, page12


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The city is involved in airport improvement projects because it wants it to be ready to handle more traffic, as other general aviation airports that are closer to Tampa become more congested. Handrahan said the city is about $450,000 short of the money it needs. Weatherford made it clear that he’s in the city’s corner on the issue. The speaker of the House noted that state transportation department has a large budget and should be able to find some additional funding for the city’s airport. “You’re just talking about a measly $400,000,” Weatherford said. Handrahan said the city is willing to delay other necessary projects, if funding can be found for this one. Within the next 10 years or so, Handrahan has estimated that the airport’s traffic will increase from its current rate of about 50,000 landings and takeoffs a year now up to a volume ranging from 80,000 to 100,000. The airport was designated by the Federal Aviation Authority as one of 467 airports in the country which has a regional impact, Handrahan said. “Our airport would be a huge asset for corporate jets,” Burgess said. It may prove particularly useful to corporate jets carrying executives enroute to Raymond James, when the financial services giant opens its campus in Wesley Chapel. On another issue, City Manager Jim Drumm told the audience about the plan to build a water pipeline stretching about four miles, between Zephyrhills and Dade City. “It’s been a dream for a number of years,” Drumm said. The new line will provide an emergency backup, if either city loses its water supply. It’s also a plus for the sake of economic development, Drumm said. “The interconnect provides us with the ability to purchase water,” he said. The $1.9 million project involves running 19,360 feet of 12-inch pipe, beneath the road between the two cities. Drumm anticipates the project to be completed in fiscal year 2014. Burgess said all of the projects discussed during the session are important. “The future of our community is going to be based on the infrastructure to support it,” Burgess said. Vonnie Mikkelsen, executive director of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce, said she is cautiously optimistic about the potential for extending SR 56. “Obviously, they were careful to say that it’s not a done deal.”Efforts underway to speed SR 56 extensionZephyrhills wants to gear up for growthBy B.C. Manion bcman i The idea of extending SR 56 to create a new connection between Zephyrhills and Wesley Chapel may become a reality sooner than once thought possible, if a deal between the state and property owners along the proposed extension can be worked out, said Will Weatherford, speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. “There are some developers who want to build out (SR) 56 all of the way to (US) 301,” Weatherford said, during a public forum at Zephyrhills City Hall. “It’s a really big deal. It creates a totally new corridor to the city (of Zephyrhills),” Weatherford said. “The developers would pay for the construction of the road and the state would pay the developers back,” Weatherford said. “I don’t want you leaving here thinking it’s a done deal,” Weatherford told city officials, business leaders and residents. But if the state roads department, the city and the developers can work together, that could propel the project forward, Weatherford said. “From an economic development standpoint, it’s a big deal,” added Weatherford, a Republican from Wesley Chapel. “(SR) 56 is huge,” agreed Danny Burgess, the mayor of Zephyrhills. “This is a chance to revitalize Zephyrhills.” Vonnie Mikkelsen, executive director of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce, said she is cautiously optimistic about the potential for extending SR 56 within the near future. “Obviously, they were careful to say that it’s not a done deal,” Mikkelsen said. Weatherford was at the forum, along with Paul J. Steinman, secretary of district seven for the Florida Department of Transportation. Steinman gave the crowd an update on a variety of area road projects. Besides giving the update, Steinman told city leaders: “I’m all about partnerships.” As the city and state work together on projects, it is critical that the city let the state know what it is trying to accomplish, so state planners can take that into consideration when designing projects. For instance, if the city wants decorative street pavers on a portion of a state project, the city needs to let the state know. State planners can incorporate those desires into the plan and the city can cover the additional costs, he said. But those agreements need to be worked out early, Steinman said. But it’s too late to change the plans, when the backhoe shows up at the project site, he said. City officials also discussed two other issues at the forum. Will Weatherford Jim Drumm Fi n d u s on facebook / t h elakerl u t z news


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Call 813-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday at noon. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley Chapel Chamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Advertising and editorial content copyright 2013 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden w ithout prior written permission from the publisher. LOCATION3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 € Land O Lakes, FL 34639MAIL P. O. Box 479 € Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 € fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE EMAIL € DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors € 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadvertisingdistributors.comPres i dent & Publ i sher Diane Kortus 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 B.C. MANION Community Editor JEFF ODOM Staff Writer MARY RATHMAN Editorial Assistant ACCOUNTINGMATTHEW MISTRETTA Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME Graphic Designer MARY EBERHARD KATHY WELTON ADMINISTRATIVE HEALTH & WELLNESS Satellite pregnancy center opensOasis Pregnancy Care Centers has opened a Wesley Chapel satellite center at 5854 Argerian Dr., Suite 101. All services are offered free of charge. The center is open Tuesday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome or call (813) 618-5037 for an appointment. For a list of services, visit 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 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.Program on mental illnessNAMI Pasco Educational Series will host Capt. Ray Revell, administration division commander of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office, and Billy Major, disposition specialist, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. July 11 at the NAMI Pasco County office in Jallo Plaza, 6480 US 41 in Land O’ Lakes. The topic will be “What Can Families Expect When a Loved One with a Mental Illness is Incarcerated?” The program is free. For more information, call (727) 992-9653.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) 2643803. 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. Heart healthy eatingThe Heart Institute at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Pint is offering a heart healthy nutrition class at 1 p.m. July 16 at Rao Musunuru, MD Conference Center at 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson. Learn eating habits to prevent and treat heart disease, as well as food label reading, recipe modification and food shopping. Seating is limited. To reserve a space, call (727) 869-5498.Trinity obstetrics tourThe Medical Center of Trinity is offering scheduled tours through its obstetrics program The next tour is at 5 p.m. July 17. Those attending can visit the mother-baby and birthing suites and observe the Infant Safety and Security Program. Space is limited. Reservations are required. The center is at 9330 SR 54. To register, call (727) 834-5630.Cancer program for womenThe Medical Center of Trinity is offering the American Cancer Society’s Look Good…Feel Better program at 2 p.m. July 17 at 9332 SR 54, Suite 402. This is a free program for women before, during and after cancer treatment, to teach beauty techniques to help reduce the appearancerelated side effects of treatment. Educational information will also be provided on wigs, hats and turbans. To register, call (727) 834-5630.Women and heart diseaseThe Heart Institute at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will present a lecture on heart disease in women at 3:30 p.m. July 17. Learn to understand coronary artery disease, along with its signs and symptoms. The center is at 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson. For reservations, call (727) 8695498.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) 4433078.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. —Health notes are run for free on a first come, first serve basis. Please send all information at least two weeks before an event. Comedy event at MofttMoffitt 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


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Living Well St. Josephs Hospital is the First in Florida to Offer Non-invasive Test to Predict Stroke RiskHospital using three-dimensional technology to scan brain and neck to prevent stroke St. Josephs Hospital Interventional Neuroradiologist Matthew Berlet, M.D., is on the vanguard of stroke prevention, using Noninvasive Optimal Vessel Analysis (NOVA) to quantify the volume of blood flow through tiny blood vessels in the brain using three dimensional imaging. St. Josephs Hospital in Tampa is the first hospital in the Southeast United States to offer NOVA, which provides doctors with precise identification of each vessel for blood flow calculation in order to pinpoint specific areas of concerns, giving physicians a quantifiable idea of a patients risk for stroke. Its very difficult to image vessels that small,Ž said Berlet. This software provides a three dimensional view of the vascular system of the neck and gives physicians a numerical evaluation of blood flow in the brain without an invasive test.Ž For patients like Sam Hachem, who had a 99 percent stenosis in critical artery of the brain, NOVA is truly a lifesaver. He sought treatment at St. Josephs for his intracranial narrowing when medical therapies were not working. A stent was placed to open his artery but it was difficult to make sure there was no reoccurrence of his vessel narrowing without doing dangerous, invasive cerebral angiography. Mr. Hachems antiplatelet medication was not working to keep his stent open. After inserting the stent, I knew I needed a clear, accurate view of the blockages in his brain,Ž says Berlet. I knew about the NOVA technology and knew there were few places in the country with it. So I sent him to see Fady T. Charbel, MD, FACS, head of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago. It helped make sure the stent was staying open and that his antiplatelet therapy was working.Ž Mr. Hachem returned the favor by donating the technology to St. Josephs. Mr. Hachem specifically wanted St. Josephs Hospital to have this software for the Tampa community,Ž says Berlet. We now have such a rare commodity … and the community needs to know about the importance and availability of NOVA.Ž The software is designed for patients currently diagnosed as being at-risk for stroke who are taking medication to prevent stroke. NOVA takes preventative care one step forward by being able to tell if a patient is improving with their current medical therapy, or if their prescriptions need to be adjusted. There is no direct alternative to the NOVA MRA system, but a cerebral angiogram can give the degree of narrowing. Unfortunately it is an invasive and expensive test that does not give the quantitative blood flow. It can only provide the degree of narrowing of the blood vessel. Not to mention, the patient is exposed to ionizing radiation and there is a chance of stroke during the procedure itself. Stroke is the third leading cause of death,Ž he continued. We now have the best technology to tell you how close you are to having a fatal stroke. Wouldnt you want to know your risk?Ž 4211 Van Dyke Road  Lutz, Florida Matthew Berlet, M.D. 4710 Land O'Lakes Blvd, Ste 20(Land OLakes Plaza US 41 & Hale)813-388-2980Open: Monday Saturday 10am 6pmNOW OPEN!We offer the most popular E-Cigarettes in the USA today! Mini Kits, Starter Kits & Mods  Full Variety of Tanks & Accessories  Travel, PCC & Carry Cases SAVE BIG!!! 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Email Pat: or Vonnie: director@zephyrhillschamber.orgPASCO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL WINS MARKETING AWARDThe Florida Economic Development Council has presented a 2013 Marketing Award for Interactive E-Media to the Pasco Economic Development Council, Inc. The award recognizes the Pasco EDC’s initiative to create a “web-based TV channel.” This is the third award captured by the Pasco EDC’s marketing program during the past 18 months and the fifth state or national award received during the past three years. Pasco EDC Marketing Coordinator Summer Martin and her co-host Krista Hakes, Pasco EDC Economic Development Manager, worked with Robert Singerman of Turbo Communications to launch during the Republican National Convention (RNC). The “webTV crew” recruited people from around Pasco County and the region to be “on-the-street” reporters to tell positive stories of Pasco County and Tampa Bay related to economic development.CHRISTMAS IN JULY IN DADE CITYA number of shops and restaurants will be participating in a Christmas in July celebration on July 13 in Dade City. The day will feature a number of special activities, sales and chance drawings. Activities will include such things as a Santa cake decorating demonstration, a pet photographer, special treats at various shops, making and decorating holiday wreaths and various specials at local shops.DADE CITY CHAMBER MIXERThe Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce is having a mixer from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on July 25 at Wilson’s Tractor & Supply, 12410 US 301. Please rsvp to the chamber at (352) 567-3769.WESLEY CHAPEL CHAMBER SEEKS EXECUTIVE DIRECTORThe Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new executive director. The chamber’s search committee is seeking a candidate that has these key characteristics: Demonstrated leadership, strategic vision, ability to implement plans, relationship building and management. Previous chamber of commerce experience is preferred. Resumes can be submitted until July 12. The search committee hopes to complete the process by Aug. 1. Applicants should submit their resumes by PASCO NETWORKING GROUP MEETINGThe East Pasco Networking Group has announced this slate of upcoming speakers: --July 23: Hope Allen, marketing director and interim executive director of the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce --Aug. 13: Jennifer Samuel-Choice, professional storyteller, speaker coach --Aug. 27: Brian Corley, supervisor of elections in Pasco County --Sept. 10: Randy Stovall, provost dean of the East Campus of Pasco-Hernando Community College --Sept. 24: Faith Knight, chief operations officer of Apollo Group


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Fowler Ave. For information, call (813) 987-6000 or visit PLANT FAIRThe USF Botanical Gardens will host its 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 be selling 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) 974-2329.SIMULCAST AT IDLEWILDExciting 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. 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MOSI is at 4801 E. Fowler Ave. For information, call (813) 987-6000.FIRST UNITED BIBLE SCHOOLFirst United Methodist Church of Lutz will host a free communitywide vacation bible school called “Kingdom Rock” from 8:30 a.m. to noon July 15 through July 19. The camp is for children ages 3 through sixth grade. Young children must be pottytrained. There will be activities, games, bible songs and treats. The church is at 960 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road. To register online, visit FREE KIDS MOVIESCobb 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 16, 17 and 18 are Rise of the Guardians (PG) and Hop (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) 948-5444. 4-H SUMMER CAMPSHillsborough County Extension Service is offering 4-H summer day camps for kids between the ages of 8 and 13. 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For information, call (813) 977-6011 or visit FOREVERThe 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 SUMMER AT UPPER TAMPA BAYUpper Tampa Bay Park is offering a wide variety of summer camps for kids of all ages that include activities such as fishing, canoeing and horseback riding, as well as therapeutic and special needs activities. For information on all summer camps at the park, call (813) 635-3500 or ART AT HISTORY CENTERThe Tampa Bay History Center is showcasing “Circus! The Photographs of Frederick W. Glasier” through Aug. 4. More than 60 rare black and white photographs document the working life of circus performers in the early 20th century. 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For information, call (813) 495-6442 or like Miss Anita’s Crafts on Facebook.FOR THE SINGER IN YOUSuncoast Harmony Chorus of Sweet Adelines International is looking for new members. The group rehearses at 7 p.m. every Tuesday evening at CARES, 12417 Clock Tower Parkway in Hudson. Ladies interested in singing four-part harmony can attend. For information, call Patty at (727) 505-0001 or visit Back to school bashGrove 16 Cobb Theatres is hosting its 5th Annual Back to School Bash from 10:30 a.m. to noon on Aug. 3. The event includes face painting, games, haircuts, health screens and school supplies. This year’s theme is The Smurfs 2. To participate as a vendor, call Demene Benjamin at (813) 948-5445.

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The winner earns a berth in the state championships. Lutz Red powered to the district crown in 10/11 baseball and qualified for the sectionals at Lakewood Ranch on Saturday. New Tampa American captured the District 25 Intermediate baseball title and advances to the sectionals at Lakewood Ranch this week. In Junior division softball, Dade City won the district championship and locked up a berth in the sectional tourney Saturday at Lakewood Ranch.Rain forced postponements of District 25 tournament games in 11/12 baseball, Junior baseball, Senior baseball, 9/10 softball and Senior softball. District champions will be decided in those divisions this week.All-Star teams participating in Florida Little League’s District 25 tournaments included Antioch Little League, Dade City Little League, Land O’ Lakes Little League, Lutz Little League, New Tampa Little League, North Seminole Little League, Temple Terrace Little League and Zephyrhills Little League.Lutz Little League will host the Florida State 11/12 Baseball Tournament opening on July 26.Sectionals await Little League All-Star champions The Laker/Lutz News staff report Gov. Rick Scott has signed legislation that requires district school board policies to list emergency response agencies responsible for notifying school districts of emergencies. The policies will also require the same agencies to notify private schools of major incidents such as fires or attempted break-ins.The legislation also includes a provision that enables schools to stock an emergency supply of epinephrine auto injectors to treat severe allergic reactions, according to a news release from Sachs Media Group.The legislation also enables school employees, who have been trained, to recognize the symptoms of anaphylaxis, to administer the shots when necessary, regardless of whether the child has been previously diagnosed. “I applaud Governor Scott and the Florida Legislature for making this bill a reality,” said Brenda Olsen, COO, American Lung Association in Florida. “The prevalence of children suffering from potentially life-threatening food allergies has risen dramatically in recent years and epinephrine injectors are the only thing that can effectively treat a potentially deadly anaphylactic reaction.” Anaphylaxis occurs when the throat swells shut due to an allergic reaction, typically to peanuts, tree-nuts, fish and shellfish. An epinephrine injector delivers medication to the bloodstream that can treat acute allergic reactions and stave off anaphylactic shock. If a child at school goes into anaphylactic shock, there are precious few seconds to intervene before the child suffocates. That’s why having an epinephrine injector close by is so crucial. With incidents involving tragic deaths due to food allergies deaths rising, national movement to have access to emergency treatment available in schools to treat severe allergies is catching on. The legislation is the result of the concerted efforts of the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, the Florida Medical Association, the American Lung Association, Florida Association of Family Physicians and the Catholic Conference of Bishops. Nick Jennings of Land O’Lakes pitches during an 11/12 District 25 AllStar baseball tournament game in Lutz on July 5. (Photo by Thomas Matzke)


tion of the festivities at The Parks Ford of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival at The Shops at Wiregrass on the evening of July 3. Rain put a damper on many of the planned festivities at Sparklebration, a 4th of July Festival and Fireworks Celebration at the Pasco County Fairgrounds in Dade City. “We fought rain all day long,” said Dicky Brown, vice president of the Pasco Fair Association, which stages Sparklebration. “We had two or three major, half-inch rains.” Organizers had a tremendous entertainment lineup, but many acts couldn’t perform because the stages were outdoors, Brown said. “It’s a one-day event, and you put your heart and soul into it,” Brown said. But he added: “What can you do? You can’t control Mother Nature.” Despite the disappointing weather, some entertainment was staged indoors, the petting zoo was under a tent, various contests went on as scheduled and people displayed a good attitude, Brown said. The 22-minute fireworks show, which began at 9:10 p.m. drew rave reviews from spectators, Brown said. This year, the fireworks were set off electronically, which produced a better result. “That’s the way to go,” Brown said. There were intermittent downpours at Family Night on the 4th at Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz. About 35 singers from the church’s Worship Choir had prepared special patriotic selections for the event, but were unable to perform because the rain posed problems for their equipment, said Linda Devore, administrative assistant to Pastor Ron Upton. On the plus side, the church’s Worship Orchestra and the event’s guest artist, Steve Amerson, did perform. The event also featured dozens of food trucks, several giant inflatables for the kids and plenty of room for people to sit on the lawn or pitch tents, to listen to music and take in the fireworks show. The wet weather didn’t seem to bother young children, who ran in the rain and splashed in puddles, Devore said. The kids also were able to use the inflatables for quite a while. Some spectators came and left because of the rain. “People with tents managed to tough it out,” Devore said. Others arrived later, closer to the time the fireworks were set to go off. “The fireworks finally did happen a little after 9,” Devore said. “I think it was a success after all. The Lord just gives us a spirit of joy, no matter what,” Devore said. Rain was blowing sideways during a portion of the festivities at The Parks Ford of Wesley Chapel Freedom Festival at The Shops at Wiregrass on the evening of July 3. Despite the rain, people appeared to be determined to have a good time. Children chowed down during the watermelon-eating contest and youngsters came dolled up in red, white and blue attire for the Little Miss and Mr. Firecracker contest. Some kids in the pageant showed composure beyond their years while others held tight to their mommies. The Freedom Festival concluded with a fireworks display that had such a flurry of fireworks at one point that many people in the crowd thought the show was over, until a few seconds later when the true finale began. Officials from The Shops At Wiregrass estimated about 10,000 people turned out for the four-hour Freedom Festival. The judges asked Cassidy questions about the color of her room, favorite animals, her hobbies and interests and her hopes for the future. Now as a state finalist, McDaniel is actively practicing her ballet and jazz routine for the talent competition and taking special classes to learn how to enunciate and walk with confidant elegance. The pageant is divided into four distinct categories. The first is formalwear, where McDaniel will don her deep pink multi-layered gown and strut across a grand stage escorted by her father. Cassidy will then make a personal introduction in front of the judging panel and a live audience, speaking clearly and loudly into a microphone about where she lives, her penchant for stuffed panda bears, her love of dance and her aspiration to become a jazz dance instructor one day. After that, she will showcase her personality and conversational skills by answering interview questions posed by the judges. Each of these categories is worth 30 percent, and the last 10 percent of the overall score is attributed to community service. Cassidy is also active in her local church, where she participates in car washes to help raise money for the poor, acts in plays and goes to a special Sunday mass with other children and attends Sunday school. If Cassidy wins the state pageant in Orlando for her age group, she will advance to nationals in August in San Diego. The state prize includes $1,000 in cash, a trip to Disneyland for two and a modeling scholarship. The national prize awards $5,000 in cash, extensive travel and major event opportunities as National American Miss for the year, a digital camera and a meeting with a Hollywood acting coach. Apart from her stage interests, she loves to play soccer and is part of a couple of local teams in Lutz where she plays mostly defense. She usually has one practice and one game per week. Her favorite color is purple, which is also the color of the curtains and walls in her room. She has a massive collection of stuffed panda bears, elephants, frogs and dogs on her bed and another large set of dolls on the other side of her room. Posters of Justin Bieber, Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush and photographs of Cassidy in various dance poses adorn her walls. Spectators flocked to the Fourth of July festivities in Lutz, where kids went home with candy, beads and other trinkets tossed by people participating in the parade. (Photos by B.C. Manion)one in the crowd a hug. The parade had a little bit of everything. Members of Vida Community Church sang “Happy Birthday” to Lutz, as their float made its way down the road. Belly dancers shimmied and martial arts kids kicked or chopped to break boards, as they made their way down the route. The GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club’s had a huge birthday cake on its float, to honor the community’s centennial. Kids and adults riding on floats got a kick out of spraying high-powered squirt guns at the crowd. Spectators seemed to enjoy it, too. When the parade wrapped up, the next order of business was to announce this year’s winner of the honorary Lutz Guv’na’s race. Four candidates vied for the title. Suzin Carr and Karin D’Amico were aiming to make history by becoming the first guv’na to ever win twice. They faced other contenders Susan Gulash and Lauren Leahey to win a race that is literally all about money. Whoever raises the most, wins. The four women raised a total of $12,596, with Carr winning the race by raising $8,159. “I got the sash back,” a jubilant Carr proclaimed. “This is an honor.” She thanked her husband Jim, her son Chandler and the rest of her supporters, especially the business community. “More than 90 businesses donated to my campaign,” Carr said. After Carr was sworn in, organizers moved on to the annual cake and pie auction. Bob Moore conducted the auction, seeking the highest bidders for 35 cakes and three pies. Mark Carnes of Lutz entertained the crowd by getting into bidding wars on several of the desserts. He drove up the prices and wound up buying quite a few cakes. “This man is going to have one heckuva sugar buzz,” Moore said, after Carnes came out on top of yet another bidding war. The auction raised $850, with Tracy Gaschler’s five-pound apple pie fetching $85, the highest price of the day. Phyllis Hoedt, chairwoman of Lutz’s Fourth of July festivities, was delighted by this year’s event. “I think it was a great day. I think everybody had a good time,” she said. While spectators in Lutz escaped downpours, Mother Nature was not as kind to other area celebrations. Rain was blowing sideways during a porLutz Little League players, one of the groups with deep roots in the community, took part in the Fourth of July parade.LUTZ, from page 1 foot or put her head down. I can tell she has a very good work ethic.” Unlike dance and a host of other interests like acting and soccer, McDaniel got involved with the National American Miss serendipitously. Cassidy’s father, Richard McDaniel, said she never would have thought to compete if an anonymous source didn’t recommend her to the pageant organization. A subsequent call from pageant officials led to McDaniel’s participation. “Someone submitted my name, and I was just like ‘I want to do it,’ ” McDaniel said. “My mom was like ‘Are you sure?’ and I was like ‘I want to do it.’ ” McDaniel’s eager spirit convinced her parents to bring her to pageant open call auditions. Out of about 200 kids in the junior preteen seven to nine age group, McDaniel was one of three or four who were chosen as finalists to compete in the Orlando state pageant. “She had four interviews,” her father said. “They can’t wear makeup. She just went down there and dressed casually.” Cassidy McDaniel of Lutz, 9, will compete as a finalist for the National American Miss Florida Pageant crown later this month in Orlando. (Photo by Marie Abramov)Lutz girl competing for state pageant title PAGEANT, from page 1 813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 10 2013 12 Float winners at the Lutz Fourth of July centennial celebrationEast-West Animal Hospital: Antique vehicles Bicycle Entry: Lutz Elementary Commercial: Ierna’s Family: Joe Bamford Most comical: Janice Rosier Most Patriotic: GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club Neighborhood entry: Lutz Citizens Coalition Walking unit: Suzin Carr Judge’s choice: Vida Community Church Grand Marshal’s Award: GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club Youth Entry: Tierra Del Sol Community Girl Scouts Cake-decorating contest winnersAdult winners: —Best Decorated: Olivia Mead —Most Patriotic: Katelyn Payne —Best Tasting: Gloria Russell —Men’s Only: Ron Gaschler —Best Pie: Tracy Gaschler —Judge’s Favorite: Wilma Lewis Children winners —Best Decorated: Sarah Robison —Children’s Most Patriotic: Maddox Foreman Judge’s Favorite: Sarah Robison Guv’na’s favorite —Olivia Mead Celebrations honor nation’s Independence Day


Voted Florida’s No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Jeff Odom Turnout still high The Lutz Independence Day 5K Run has grown to be one of the largest events in the area and this year’s race was no different.A total of 576 male and female runners of all ages competed in the 28th annual Fourth of July tradition, 20 less than the 2012 race record of 596, but more than a hundred more than 2011 when 462 people ran in the event.Technology upgrade For the first time since the race’s inception in 1985, electronic scoring monitors helped officials tally up times in a much easier fashion than in years past. According to race organizer Terry Donovan, each runner competed with an individual chip attached to his or her official number. Each chip recorded the exact time the runner crossed the timing mat to start the race and at the finish line.Because of the record number of runners in 2012, which overwhelmed scorers, Donovan felt the time was right to implement the technology this year. Prior to the event, organizers estimated more than 600 people would compete in not only the 5K, but also the Lutz One-Mile Fun Run, which followed.Defending champ not in attendanceLast year’s winner and Odessa resident, Matt Magee, did not compete in this year’s race, because of scheduling conflicts with Florida State University where he is enrolled as a freshman and competing with the Seminoles’ cross country team, according to his brother, David. Magee, 18, beat 38-year-old Andrew Chandler, a St. Petersburg resident, by a mere footstep at the finish line last year. Both finished with a time of 16 minutes, 15 seconds. It was the first win for Magee in any competitive running event. The victory acted as a springboard for his senior year at Steinbrenner High, where Magee was a consistent top finisher for the Warriors in multiple events in both boys cross country and boys track and field. Chandler, who also finished runner-up at the event in 2011, also did not compete in this year’s event.Lutz Independence Day 5K notebookHouston man takes top spotBy Jeff Odom Tyler Stahl’s red, white and blue running shorts weren’t the only thing standing out from the pack of runners at the 28th annual Lutz Independence Day 5K — his final place in the standings did too. Though Stahl finished in second place overall behind race winner Daniel Gollins of Texas, who won with a final time of 16 minutes, 8 seconds, the Land O’ Lakes High boys cross country and track and field standout took home the top spot in the ages 15 to 19 category, one of the most competitive groups in the event, at 16:22. “I went out a little too slow (at the start), but I’m glad I caught the guy in second place,” said Stahl, who finished fourth overall in last year’s race. Temperatures for the 8 a.m. start were cooler than last year, because of a storm system that brought heavy rains to the Tampa Bay area. Still, the increased humidity played a major role for some competitors, but not for the 17-year-old Stahl, who said he has gotten used to it over the years. “I just wanted to get him; that’s what I was thinking about,” Stahl said. “The heat and humidity was a little bit of a factor, but I’m used to it now, because I’ve been running in Florida for four years now, running cross country. So, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be, because I’m sure all the rain we’ve had cooled the air temperature a little bit, so that wasn’t as bad. But I was fine with it.” On top of the podium finish, second place was even sweeter for the senior-to-be, because he beat out all members from Steinbrenner’s infamous “Boss Cross”, one of Land O’ Lakes’ biggest rivals in both track and cross country during the high school season. The Warriors defeated Stahl and the Gators for the Class 3A region track team title back in April. “It’s nice, because it gives us like an early season confidence boost for our whole team,” Stahl said. “Now that we know that all of their seniors pretty much graduated, we pretty much know we can beat them this season and it still feels good.” Other top finishers in the race included Tampa’s Larry Smart, who was third overall and No. 1 in the Master’s Category (16:25); Land O’ Lakes’ Tommy Brown, who was fourth overall and took the top spot in the 35-39 category (16:57); and Chris Cerreta of Lutz who placed fifth at 17:29. Jacki Wachtel of New Port Richey was the top female finisher in this year’s race with a final time of 17:47. She placed ninth overall. —Follow Jeff Odom on Twitter @JOdomLaker Though it did not break last year’s record of 596 competitors, this year’s 5K still had a high turnout with 576 people running in the race. (Photos by Jeff Odom) 27-year-old Daniel Gollins of Houston, Texas won the 28th annual Lutz Independence Day 5K race on July 4. Land O’ Lakes High’s Tyler Stahl finished in second place overall in the event, but took home the top spot in the ages 15 to 19 category. Lutz 5K top-15 Pos. Name City Time1. Daniel Gollins Houston (Texas) 16:18 2. Tyler Stahl Land O’ Lakes16:22 3. Larry Smart Tampa16:25 4. Tommy Brown Land O’ Lakes16:57 5. Chris Cerreta Lutz17:29 6. Andrew KeithLutz 17:41 7. David Magee Odessa 17:40 8. Pedro Meraz Wesley Chapel17:44 9. Jacki Wachtel New Port Richey17:47 10. Blair Burnett Tampa17:45 11. Luke Haara Tampa 17:54 12. Allen Keister Spring Hill 18:02 13. Stephen BrownLand O’ Lakes 18:02 14. Drew Myers Lutz 18:07 15. Jacob GeislerTampa 18:11 Matt Magee / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 10 2013 13 Land O’ Lakes’ Stahl enjoys solid finish at Lutz 5K


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He’s tied for second in the NL for homers and is third in total bases with 175.“I try to work hard every day, make sure I’m running the bases right and making sure I’m doing what I need to be doing on and off the field,” Brown said. “Hopefully, I can get that respect around the league.” Philadelphia manager Charlie Manuel also told that he has high praise for Brown’s work ethic on and off the field and his ability to learn from others during his past few seasons with the organization. “I think when he came up, he had to learn what Major League Baseball was all about, and how we go about things,” Manuel said. “I think he’s been around some good people, (like our hitting coaches) Steve Henderson and Wally Joyner, as far as his hitting goes, and I think he’s communicated with some of those guys to learn what Major League Baseball is all about. … He’s come a long ways.” During his time at Pasco, Brown was a left-handed pitcher with a fastball that clocked in the lower 90s. He was drafted by the Phillies in the 20th round of the 2006 MLB First-Year Player Draft and made his big league debut in 2010.The 84th MLB All-Star Game will be televised locally by FOX Sports on WTVT Channel 13. First pitch is scheduled for 8 p.m. Former Pasco High baseball standout Domonic Brown was elected to his first MLB All-Star team on July 6. He will represent the Philadelphia Phillies on the National League side. (Photo courtesy of Major League Baseball Communications)Ex-Pasco star elected to MLB All-Star GameBy Jeff Odo m One of the centerpieces in the Academy at the Lakes girls basketball team’s run to the Class 2A state championship game has finally made her college decision. Wildcats forward Tatiana Manuel opted to stay close to home by signing with Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville on July 6 over interest from other programs including University of South Florida, Webber International and College of Charleston in South Carolina, according to AATL athletic director Tom Haslam. Manuel, who transferred to AATL from Brooks-DeBartolo after her junior year, was a defensive headache for opponents and a scoring machine for the Wildcats last season, earning The Laker/Lutz News Girls Basketball Offensive Player of the Year honor for her efforts on the court. The 6-foot-2 Manuel led AATL in scoring with more than 15.6 points per game. She also averaged 9.2 rebounds and 5.8 blocks respectively. Manuel’s best performance of the season came at a pivotal time for the Wildcats as she exploded for a team-high 27 points in AATL’s 65-24 rout of Sheridan Hills Christian in the state semifinals. 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I will be the biggest fan of all our teams.” He grew up in Jacksonville and played baseball for Florida College and the University of South Florida before earning a master’s degree in physical education at Florida State University. At Florida State, Winterling served as assistant baseball coach and helped lead the Seminoles to three College World Series appearances and a berth in the national championship game in 1986. Launching the PHCC’s college baseball program in 1991, he has led the Conquistadors to national recognition and three consecutive appearances in the NJCAA Division II regional tournament. 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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 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. 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