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Commissioners said they want a master facilities plan to give them a comprehensive picture of the county’s needs, before moving forward with the courthouse project. Commission Chairman Ted Schrader said construction costs are not the only issue. He said he’s concerned about operation and maintenance costs that would arise from opening the new criminal courts building. He urged a delay on selecting the best team to design and build the courthouse. “What’s the point of going through the exercise if we’re not going to fund it?” Schrader said. Commissioners decided to put off any decision on the project, at least until the fall. That action came despite McGready’s request to move forward. “This is something we’ve been askingBy B.C. Manion and Steve Schwarzkopf bc m an i m Alexander Santa – a recent graduate of Wesley Chapel High – placed in the top 40 of students from around the nation at the 2013 Future Business Leaders of America National Leadership Conference. Santa jetted out to Anaheim, Calif., along with other local students Madison Jacoves, Lindsay and Kaitlyn King and FBLA advisor Renee Marsella to test their skills against their peers. While none of the students made it to the finals, Santa and Jacoves made it to the preliminary rounds, which means they were among the top 40, Marsella said. They qualified to compete in Anaheim, by placing in the top three at the state competition, Marsella said. Santa won first place in web design at the state competition in Orlando. Jacoves won second place in the electronic career portfolio category and the Kings, who are twin sisters, took third place in the banking and financial systems category, Marsella said. The Pasco County Schools district covered Santa’s expenses, because he was the first place winner at state, said Marsella, whose expenses were also picked up by the district. The female competitors raised their own money to cover their costs, she said. While Santa didn’t win any prizes this year, he was seventh in the nation last year, Marsella said. He won first place at state in the ebusiness category last year, she said. Even though he didn’t bring home a prize, Santa said he enjoyed attending theEagle Scout aims to protect livesGo-box project keeps communication open during severe weatherBy Marie Abramov Spec i al to The Laker/Lutz News Kiran Shila, a 17-year-old amateur licensed radio operator, confidently displayed a colorful map of emergency radio communications with lines stretching to Steinbrenner High. Six fellow boy scouts listened intently, as Shila explained basic physics principals — such as wavelengths and frequencies — and talked about how the group would work together to build a small radio network. Shila is leading the project in his quest to become an Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in Boy Scouts. The group will construct three portable radio stations, which will be placed at three schools that serve as Red Cross emergency shelters. The two schools other than Steinbrenner have not yet been identified. When the stations are operating, the three high schools will be able to communicate with a clear signal to other radio operators within a 30 to 50-mile radius. Shila will use a 2meter radio wavelength. Towers from members of the Tampa Amateur Radio Club may then pick up and relay communication signals to long-distance terminals using 8to 10-meter wavelengths. The young men are members of Boy Scout Troop 314. The number of their troop, when expressed as 3.14, represents Pi, the ratio of circumference to diameter. “We called it Troop Pi because our scoutmasters and parents are all engineers, and most of the kids are pretty much math and science-oriented,” Shila said. After Shila introduced the concepts of the project, the group began building the first portable station. They took a blackNo funding: Land O’ Lakes courthouse on hold for now Ready for the big storm? Check out our Hurricane Guide,page 12See FBLA, page2 See EAGLE SCOUT, page12 Alexander Santa surfs the Web at The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel. (Photo by Steve Schwarzkopf) Kiran Shila explains the project he’s working on to provide communications during hurricanes to scouts who are helping him with the project. (Photos by Marie Abramov)Local students compete at national FBLA See COURTHOUSE, page12


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He said he had a chance to attend sessions to bolster his networking and marketing skills, which he’s sure will come in handy in promoting his DJ business. Santa credited Marsella for helping him succeed. He said she “has definitely pushed me hard and taught me to reach for my goals as an entrepreneur.” He also said his parents have played a key role. “They have always been there and supported me in all my projects,” he said. Santa’s winning submission in the state competition was based on his online design and marketing business, Xigence Media. The business helps companies gain brand recognition on the Web. Santa’s interest in computers began early. “I was 11-years-old when I got my first computer,” he said. “I began to design in 2007 and am pretty much self-taught. I picked it up by looking at the coding of other pages on the Web. I work with HTML, PHP, CSS and some other programming languages.” Santa is enrolled at the University of South Florida, where he is pursuing a degree in business and information management. The major merges business and technology, which Santa said is perfect for him because he’s interested in both areas. His career plans are uncertain at this point. “Right now, I am just taking all possible paths to see where they lead.” To see his FBLA entry, visit B y B .C. M anion bcman i Gates High School has closed for the upcoming school year, according to a letter posted by John Leaver, chairman of the school’s board of directors. Leaver posted the news in a letter to parents posted on the school’s website. “It is with an extremely heavy heart that I am writing this email,” Leaver wrote. The high school program has been housed in a rental space on Florida Avenue, awaiting the development of a middle and high school campus off Sunset Lane and US 41 in Lutz. That proposed site off Sunset Lane, however, met heavy resistance from area residents, wound up in a court battle and the issue remains unresolved. Mike White, founder of the Lutz Citizens Coalition, has led the opposition to the proposed school site. The group doesn’t object to the school itself, only its proposed location, White said.White said he’d heard the idea of putting the middle and high school site off Sunset Lane had been abandoned, but said he hasn’t received written confirmation to that effect. He also said opponents to the site on Sunset will continue pursuing their court case and other strategies, until they have official word that the site has been abandoned.In his letter to parents, Leaver explained that when he joined the school’s board, he thought the schools could resolve the issues they faced. “I still feel as though we could have made it work, but the obstacles that continued to be presented by the board of LGCS (Learning Gate Community School) pushed us too far down the road. “The failure to prepare for another property and lack of planning on behalf of the boards has put the schools in a position where there was not enough space to house the two schools without some modification,” Leaver noted. “Many of you have hung in there while we tried to figure out a possible solution, and I am very grateful for your faith and support. Like you, I am now forced to analyze my children’s schooling options. I also realize some of you have waited past the choice deadline and now have to scramble to find a school for your high schoolers,” he added. “I will follow up this email with details as to what resources we can provide to help answer questions and direct you to any available resources,” he added. “I wish all of you the best in the coming years and regret that we will not be able to fulfill the vision of the Gates High School,” Leaver wrote. In other news, Patti Girard, who founded Learning Gate more than a quarter-century ago, is no longer with the school. A request for more information about Girard’s departure was referred to Leaver, who could not be reached for comment on that issue or for more information about whether efforts to build a middle and high school site off Sunset Lane would now be abandoned. Although the Florida Avenue location no longer will house high school students, it will continue to house seventhand eighthgraders, as part of Learning Gates’ program. Meanwhile, the Hillsborough County public school district is working with parents to help the students from Gates to transition to another high school, said Steve Hegarty, spokesman for the school district. The district received word of the high school’s closing during the week of the Fourth of July holiday, Hegarty said. There were 84 students enrolled in the Gates high school program last year, Hegarty said. Parents will have an option of choosing a choice school, a neighborhood school or a charter school, he added. The school district’s Office of Student Planning & Placement, has reached out to parents to offer assistance in helping their children enroll in another school for the upcoming school year. “We understand that uprooting your child at this time of year can place stress on families, and therefore, we are committed to helping you make an informed decision on a school for your child,” says a letter to parents from the Office of Student Planning & Placement. The letter also included an application, inviting parents to indicate two Hillsborough County public schools they’re interested in having their child attend. “Complete and submit the application and a placement specialist will call you to discuss the schools,” the letter says. The deadline for those applications is July 19. Parents who have questions can contact the Choice Information Line at (813) 2724692.Gates High closes 813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 17 2013 2 A group of local students attended the Future Business Leaders of America National Conference in Anaheim. Shown from left are Renee Marsella (advisor), Alexander Santa, Kaitlyn King, Madison Jacoves and Lindsay King. (Photo courtesy of Alexander Santa)FBLA, from page 1


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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 EDITORIALB.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 Breast cancer supportFlorida Cancer Affiliates, a newly formed community-based medical oncology and hematology practice, will host breast cancer support group meetings the first and third Thursday each month at its New Port Richey center, 5500 Little Road. Upcoming meetings are from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. July 18 and July 24. To learn more about this group, call (727) 372-9159.Chatterboxes meetThe Medical Center of Trinity will host bi-weekly Chatterboxes support group meetings to assist individuals suffering from communication deficits as a result of a cerebral vascular accident or other neurological disorder. The next meeting is from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. July 18. The medical center is at 9330 SR 54. For information, call (727) 845-0757.Huntington’s Disease supportThe Medical Center of Trinity will have a monthly support group for anyone whose life is affected in any way by Huntington’s Disease. The first meeting is from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 18 at 9330 SR 54. For information, call Nina Qualters at (727) 236-3578 or email groupThe Medical Center of Trinity will host the new Co-Dependence Anonymous group from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Thursday. Upcoming meetings are July 18 and July 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) 8168678 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) 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 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at 27223 SR 56. For information, call (727) 992-9653.Breast-feeding classThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity is offering a motivational class outlining the health benefits of breastfeeding from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. July 20 at 9330 SR. 54. The class will focus on fundamentals and how to access support. Seating is limited. Reservations are required. For information, call (727) 834-5630.Nutrition and diabetesThe Medical Center of Trinity is offering a class on nutrition and diabetes at 11:30 a.m. July 24. The class is geared toward teaching individuals the basic principles of nutrition and diabetes including meal planning, how food affects blood glucose, label reading and dining out. Seating is limited. Reservations are required. The medical center is at 9330 SR 54. For information, call (727) 834-5630.Sibling classes at TrinityThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity is offering a sibling class for 2to 6-year-olds at 5 p.m. July 24. The topics include what a new baby looks like, how to become a big helper and how to make friends with the baby. The medical center is at 9330 SR 54. For information and reservations, call (727) 834-5630.Satellite pregnancy center opensOasis Pregnancy Care Centers has opened a Wesley Chapel satellite center at 5854 Argerian Drive, suite 101. All services are offered free of charge. The center is open Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome or call (813) 6185037 for an appointment. For a list of services, visit 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. —Health notes are run for free on a first come, first serve basis. Please send all information at least two weeks before an event. HEALTH & WELLNESS Women’s health beyond 50Oak Hill Hospital will present “Promoting Women’s Health & Happiness in Your 50s & Beyond” from 5:30 to 7 p.m. July 24. Dr. Philip Townsend will discuss women’s health issues such as menopause and hormone therapy, breast and ovarian cancers, urinary incontinence and more. Oak Hill is at 275 Della Court in Spring Hill. Admission is free. A complimentary hot meal will be served. Seating is limited. Reservations are required. For information, call (352) 597-6333 or register online at


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To be eligible for this honor, a student must carry 14 or more credits and achieve a grade point average of 3.5.TEACHER APPRECIATION CONTESTIce Cold Air Discount Auto Repair, with locations in Zephyrhills and New Port Richey, is having its second annual Facebook “Cool For School” Teacher Appreciation Essay Contest. The grand prize teacher receives a 4200 office supply gift card, $100 Visa gift card and an Ice Cold Air club card worth $762. The person who nominates the winner receives a $50 Visa gift card and $30 in Ice Cold Air bucks. Facebook users can submit a short essay, poem or thank you letter sharing how a public school teacher has influenced their life and the lives of others. Deadline for submissions is Aug. 9. The winner will be announce Aug. 15. Visit and click on the contests tab to enter or vote.MICHAEL LINDO ON DEAN’S LISTBerklee College of Music announces that Michael Lindo Jr. of Lutz has earned a place on the Dean’s List for the spring semester of the 2013 academic year. To be eligible, a full-time student must achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or above; a part-time student must achieve a grade point average of 3.6 or above. The Berklee curriculum focuses on practical career preparation for today’s music industry with degrees offered in performance, jazz composition, music production and engineering, film scoring and more.AMERICAN BOARD PROGRAMSAccording to the 2012 Florida Vital Signs report, only 22 percent of Florida eighth graders have math teachers who majored in the subject they teach. Only 43 percent of eighth graders have science teachers who majored in the subject they teach. The summer the American Board, a teacher certification nonprofit, is aiming to alleviate this issue by helping career-changing professionals bring their experience and expertise to local classrooms. The board assists career-changers, subject area experts, recent college graduates and others with a bachelor’s degree to earn full teacher certification by offering programs online so candidates can work at their own pace. The board is hosting informational sessions in July and August for those interested. To learn more, visit THE BUS EVENTWalmart and Publix are hosting “Stuff the Bus for Teachers” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 2 through Aug. 4 at area stores in Lutz, New Port Richey, Hudson and Zephyrhills. Stop by and pick up a shopping list at any of the 13 locations, buy what you can and stuff it in the bus. You can also volunteer for bus duty to help with supplies and hand out shopping lists. To sign up as a volunteer, visit or call (727) 845-3030. For locations and information on the event, visit ASSISTANCELutz Preparatory School offers transportation assistance for students when necessary. If transportation to school is required, call (813) 428-7100 and the school will help connect parents interested in carpooling. Parents will also need to specify if they need help for drop-off, pick-up or both, and if they can help others requiring carpool assistance.WAKE FOREST RECOGNIZES DOMINIC PRADODominic Prado of Odessa has been named to Wake Forest University’s Spring 2013 Dean’s List. Students who achieve a 3.4 and no grade below a C were named to the list.AIR CONDITIONING CLASS OFFERED IN SPANISHTampa Technical School at 1419 W. Waters Ave., Suite 102 in Tampa now offers students air conditioning, electricity and refrigeration classes in Spanish. For information, call (813) 933-1400 or visit" www.tampatechnicalschool.comECKERD GRADUATESTwo Lutz residents were among the 530 students who graduated from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg in May. Laura Lee received a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies with high honors. Christopher Perez received a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management. Eckerd's 530 graduates hailed from 36 states, including 230 from the State of Florida, and nine countries, including Ghana, the United Kingdom, Venezuela, Slovenia, the Bahamas, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, Nigeria and Singapore. The top five majors of this year's graduating class at Eckerd were environmental studies, marine science, biology, psychology and communication.DOUBLE BRANCH ROUNDUPDouble Branch Elementary will host its Kindergarten Rancher Roundup from 9 a.m. to noon July 30 to Aug. 1. Your child must be registered at Double Branch for the 2013-14 school year to attend the roundup. Registration fee is $40. Student T-shirt provided. Deadline for registration and payment is July 19. Double Branch is at 31500 Chancey Road in Wesley Chapel. For information, call Scott Atkins, assistant principal, at (813) 346-0400.MALLORY HOGAN MAKES DEAN’S LISTBard College at Simon’s Rock The Early College announces that Mallory Hogan of Lutz has earned a place on the Dean’s List for the spring semester. Hogan completed 11th grade at Academy of The Holy Names. Simon’s Rock CDS STUDENTS SCORE ON IB EXAMSThirty-eight students in the Class of 2013 at Carrollwood Day School sat for International Baccalaureate (IB) exams. Students passed 89 percent of the exams with a score of 4 or higher (on a scale of 1 to 7). Every student earned college credit in at least one of his or her subject-area exams and 23 students earned the prestigious IB diploma. In order to achieve the full diploma, students must earn a total score of 24 on the assessments that they take in the six subject areas: Literature, World Language, Mathematics, Experimental Sciences, History and the Arts.


By B.C. Manion Michele Baker made history on July 9 by becoming the first female to be at the helm of Pasco County government. Baker’s appointment was approved for a two-year term, which is automatically renewable for two years, unless she or the Pasco County Commission gives a 60-day notice before the end of the first two years. Baker’s contract was approved on a 4-1 vote, with Commissioner Henry Wilson voting no. Baker was hired at a salary of $170,000. Contract terms call for Baker to receive a $10,000 increase after her first year, if the board is satisfied with her performance. The board will evaluate Baker on a set of measurable goals that Baker will draft and it will approve. Commissioner Kathryn Starkey questioned including the $10,000 figure in the contract, noting it locks in the board for that amount. Commission Chairman Ted Schrader said he thought it was fair. “Quit frankly, the average is $190,000,” Schrader said. “She’s underpaid.” The contract also includes a car allowance of $450 a month, to cover expenses such as fuel costs, maintenance and insurance. Baker will use her own car, rather than having a county car. Wilson questioned the allowance: “We’re going to pay $450 a month, whether she uses it or not.” Commissioner Pat Mulieri also questioned the car allowance. “We travel a lot in our jobs. We all use our vehicles.” But Commissioner Jack Mariano said he thinks the amount is reasonable. Baker said she sought the $10,000 increase after her first year because she is willing to demonstrate that she’s worthy of the increase. Baker describes her management style as “collaborative.” “I love to brainstorm. I don’t mind being challenged,” Baker said. She said she thinks the best results occur from bringing people together and blending their talents to tackle challenges. “The people who are doing the jobs are the experts on it,” she said, so it makes sense to ask them to identify problems and offer solutions. Baker stepped up to the top job after serving as interim county administrator since June 1, following the retirement of John Gallagher, who was the county’s top executive for 31 years. 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. Baker said she believes the best answers for improving systems come from the people on the front lines, who are engaged in performing the duties on a daily basis. / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 17 2013 5 Michele Baker is in contract talks to become the new Pasco County administrator. (Photo courtesy of Michele Baker)Pasco names its first female county administrator The Laker/Lutz News staff report The University of Florida/Hillsborough County Extension Service is offering free, continuing education for all licensed child care providers in Hillsborough County. Free training sessions are made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Penn State University, and the University of Nebraska/Lincoln Extension.The focus of the continuing education project is to provide training and technical assistance to early childhood professionals in Hillsborough County. For out-of-county attendees, the cost is $10 per continuing education unit (CEU), and certificates are available. Online registration is required at Click on the green “State Training” tab at bottom of page, choose “Florida,” and then “Tampa” to locate the workshops in Hillsborough. Upcoming workshops are: —Aug. 10, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friendship and Play Skills —Aug. 13, 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Avoid Problem Behaviors: Teach Self Control —Aug. 24, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Enhancing Children’s Emotional Literacy —Sept. 5, 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Creative Responsive, Caring Environments —Sept. 10, 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Math for Every Age —Sept. 14, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Art Appreciation 101 —Sept. 24, 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Art Appreciation 101 For more information on these free workshops for licensed child providers, contact Diana Converse of Hillsborough County Extension Sciences by calling (813) 7445519 ext. 54140, by emailing, or by visiting The Laker/Lutz News staff report Bus ridership numbers for Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) are in and 1,116,000 trips were recorded during the month of June 2013, or a roughly 1.3 percent increase over June 2012. The increase continues to be evident in the daily ridership; June 3 saw the greatest daily ridership throughout the month with 53,195 riders. “This type of ridership gain is a continued testimony to the value that HART brings to Hillsborough County,” explained HART Chief Operating Officer Philip Hale. “We’ve had a great opportunity to introduce new customers to the system, and we are pleased that more people are taking advantage of the affordable cost and convenience of our service.” Starting July 15, the price of HART’s Summer Blast Pass will be slashed to $15. Kids ages 5 to 17 can use it for unlimited rides on HART through Aug. 31. For more information about HART visit workshops for child care providers HART ridership increases again


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Presale ticket prices start at $15 and can be purchased online at HORROR FILM SERIESCurtis Hixon Waterfront Park in downtown Tampa will host a “Scream on the Green” movie series featuring the film Dawn of the Dead on July 19 and The Exorcist on Aug. 16. Concessions will be sold and the Wicked Witches food truck will be on-site. Low-back chairs, coolers and leashed dogs are allowed. Alcohol is prohibited. The films are intended for adult audiences.HISTORICAL SOCIETYThe Pasco County Historical Society will meet at 7 p.m. July 19 at American Legion Hall Post 15, 37745 Church Ave. in Dade City. Guest speaker is attorney William Dayton on the topic of Fort Dade. Those attending should bring a dish to share. Bring your own cutlery and a beverage. For information, call Glen Thompson at (352) 567-7449.NIGHTTIME MUD RUNPasco County Fairgrounds will host Mud Endeavor City Lights on July 20. The course will be illuminated with lights, creating an electrified course and entertaining atmosphere, for the 5k endeavor. The fairgrounds are at 36722 SR 52 in Dade City. Deadline to register is July 18. Cost is $69.99, T-shirt included. To register, visit FESTIVALThe 11th Annual Elvis Tampa Bay Festival & Contest will be in the Expo Hall at the Florida Strawberry Fairgrounds from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 20. The festival features tribute artists, memorabilia, a silent auction and food vendors. Doors open at 10 a.m. The hall is at 303 E. Lemon St. in Plant City. For information, call (813) 977-6011 or visit REEF AWARENESS MOSI will celebrate Coral Reef Awareness Week from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 20. There will be hands-on activities and tips on how you can help keep the coolest life forms in the ocean alive. Learn about clownfish, seahorses, clams, sharks and more. The event is included in a MOSI admission and free for members. MOSI is at 4801 E. Fowler Ave. For information, visit ROUGE IN TAMPAThe downtown Tampa Theatre will show the modern classic film Moulin Rouge (PG13) at 3 p.m. July 21. Tickets are $9 for general admission and $7 for theater members. The theater is at 711 N. Franklin St. For information, visit or call (813) 274-8286.VISIT THE ZOO FOR $6Lowry Park Zoo is offering a $6 zoo day from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 21. Visit your favorite animals and learn about endangered wildlife. Free extra parking is available on $6 day only next to the Tampa Greyhound Track. Free shuttles will run from that lot to the zoo between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Zoo rides are not included with admission. The zoo is at 1101 W. Sligh Ave. in Tampa.WHOLE FOODS EVENTSWhole Foods Market, 3802 Northdale Blvd. in Carrollwood, has two upcoming events: --July 21, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Local Vendor Fair. Learn the story behind the products as the market’s whole food vendors share what makes their items unique. Samples provided. --July 23, 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Kid’s Club Class: Wacky Foods. For adventurous eaters only. Kids can guess secret ingredients, taste crazy combos and win a badge for food bravery. For information, call (813) 264-3600.ICE CREAM DAY AT MOSIIn celebration of National Ice Cream Day on July 21, Blue Bell Ice Cream will celebrate with anyone who attends MOSI on that day by treating them to handdipped ice cream. The ice cream is included with a MOSI admission and will be served from noon to 2 p.m. in the lobby. Guests can also see a cryo freezing demonstration, using liquid nitrogen. MOSI is at 4801 E. Fowler Ave. For information, call (813) 9876000 or visit SENIOR PROGRAMThe senior ministry at Messiah Lutheran Church & Preschool will host “New Normal for the Sandwich Generation” at 7 p.m. July 23. There will be a discussion on independent living for seniors. Admission is free. The church is at 14920 Hutchison Road in Tampa. 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For information, visit KEYSTONE BIBLE SCHOOLKeystone Community Church in Lutz will host a Vacation Bible School and Parents’ Night Out from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. July 26 and 27 and concluding on July 28 from 10 a.m. to noon. The bible school is open to children 3 years old through fifth grade. The church is at 21010 SR 54. For information or to register, call (813) 245-5103.BACKSTAGE TOURThe downtown Tampa Theatre is hosting a balcony-tobackstage tour of its historical 1926 theater at 11:30 a.m. July 27. This is a 90-minute tour. Learn the theater’s secrets, stories, art and architecture. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for children ages 2 to 12. Theater members are free. The theater is at 711 N. Franklin St. For information, call (813) 274-8286.FAMILY FUN DAYAtonement Lutheran Church in Wesley Chapel will host a Family Fun Day for Cathy Bickham, candidate for honorary mayor of Wesley Chapel Chamber, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 27. The event will include a petting zoo, face painting, bounce house, dunk tank, grilling and music. The church is at 29617 SR 54. For information, call Susan Casey at (813) 598-3235.THREE LITTLE PIGS CAMPMOSI will host two “Three Little Pigs” twoday camps from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. on July 29 and July 31 or July 30 and Aug. 1 for children ages 2 and 3. Build with sticks, stones and straw or use other silly building materials to make your house. Explore shapes and how things stick together. Program fee is $15 per parent/child team or $12 per parent/child team for members. For information, call (813) 987-6000.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.CIRCUS 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. For information, call (813) 228-0097 or visit NIGHTSBusch Gardens Summer Nights offers afterdark entertainment now through Aug. 18 with extended park hours, special entertainment, high-energy disc jockeys, and world-class coasters in the dark. Park hours for Summer Nights are until 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For information, visit or call (888) 800-5447.A DAY ON THE LINKSAce Golf is offering kids ages 5 to 15 a free bucket of balls to hit on the golf range at Pebble Creek Golf Club, 1055 Regents Park Drive in New Tampa. Stop by and pick up a punch card anytime now through August. No purchase is necessary. An adult musts accompany the participating child. To reach the golf club, call (813) 973-3870.WATER AEROBICSInstructor Julie Brucker will host water aerobics at the Oakstead pool, 3038 Oakstead Blvd. in Land O’ Lakes from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Cost is $4 per class, pay as you go. For information, contact Julie Brucker at (813) 996-7186 or CRAFTSMichaels Arts & Crafts in Carrollwood hosts preschool craft classes every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon. No need to preregister. Cost is $2 per craft. The store is at 14829 N. Dale Mabry Highway. 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 SUNLAKE CHEER FUNDRAISERThe Sunlake varsity cheerleaders are hosting a Spirit Day Fundraiser all day on July 18 at the Sunlake Beef O’ Brady’s, at the corner of SR 54 and Sunlake Boulevard. Anyone that visits for lunch or dinner on that day and mentions support for Sunlake Cheer will have 10 percent off their bill (before taxes) donated to the cheer program to help the girls go to cheer camp. Corporate sponsorships are also available. For information, call Terri Williamson at (813) 416-6251.


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813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 17 2013 12 for, for many, many years. There still needs to be a new courthouse, a criminal courthouse in Land O’ Lakes,” McGready said. Considerable groundwork has been laid, McGready said, noting $729,000 of courthouse improvement funds has been spent to do design work in order to put the project out for design/bid proposals. Heery — the company that did that work — estimated it would cost $28 million for the courthouse building. County officials said the cost is not yet clear because that would depend on the design/build team that was selected and their guarantee not-to-exceed cost. McGready said efforts have been made to avoid excessive costs. “When Heery did the design work, all of us wanted more space. We all agreed, ‘We COURTHOUSE, from page 1 can do without this, we can do without that.’ A lot of effort, a lot of compromise went into this,” judge said. The project is needed so the county’s criminal proceedings can be done in a central location, near the jail, instead of having inmates transported to New Port Richey and Dade City, McGready said. The court would also be able to clear more cases annually, McGready said. “We need more judges in Pasco County. There’s no question about it. But there’s no place to put them. There’s no room in Dade City. There’s no room in New Port Richey.” Pasco County has a clearance rate of 90 percent, based on the number of cases coming in, versus the number of cases going out. That compares to a clearance rate of 108 percent in Pinellas. The clearance rate affects the state attorney, the public defender and the jail system, case, which is 2 feet long, 1 feet tall and 1 foot wide, and started wiring, drilling and working with the battery. When the work on the case is finished, the radios, antennas, wiring and lights will be compactly and neatly stored on racks inside the gobox. For the next couple of months, Shila and his scout team will work on making the antennas from scratch, assembling all the parts and building the stations. The project is especially timely this year, as The Weather Channel experts have put Tampa at the top of the list of the 10 U.S. cities most at risk this hurricane season, which runs June 1 through Nov. 30. The Weather Channel’s list bases a city’s vulnerability on its population, storm surge data, evacuation times and the number of years since it was hit by a hurricane. The last direct hit in Tampa was in 1921, so Tampa may be due for another one, the report says. An AccuWeather forecast predicts 16 tropical storms, eight hurricanes and four major hurricanes developing over the Atlantic Ocean in this hurricane season. Three hurricanes are expected to make U.S. landfall in 2013, the report says. Tampa Bay already has felt the effects of the first storm — Tropical Storm Andrea, which swept across the region on June 6, causing heavy rain, winds and tornadoes. Shila’s project aims to produce quick and easy communications during a natural disaster. That’s important because schools and other shelters generally have no way to communicate when telephone lines and cell towers go down during a storm, said William E. Bode, president of the Tampa Bay Amateur Radio Society. “When they activate for some emergency, a lot of times the people who have to go to those shelters have to bring (radio) equipment with them,” Bode said. “Sometimes they have difficulty establishing communication initially, so established systems would be an ideal scenario.” Kiran’s interest in ham radio began when he was young. By the time he was 12, he had received his ham radio license. He said he wanted to create an organized system of emergency communications because he felt it was lacking.“I’ve always really liked electronics, tinkering with things, taking things apart and figuring out what exactly makes them tick,” Shila said. “The whole concept behind physics and engineering really intrigues me, and ham radio is a perfect outlet for all of it because it has the physics application … (and) circuit construction from electrical engineering.”Shila’s uncle, Jon Pairitz, a long-time licensed radio operator himself, fostered Shila’s childhood radio activity by helping him understand basic radio mechanics and getting him to take the amateur radio exam. “A lot of people took the exam that day, but he was the youngest, by far,” Pairitz said. “A lot of them didn’t pass, but he did.”Pairitz said people rarely, if ever, tap into amateur radio as an emergency resource because of the police, fire and Federal Emergency Management Agency emergency communications systems that are firmly in place.But this amateur radio project can prove valuable in its own right because it could pique the interest of the youth to develop radio skills and take responsibility for disaster relief, Pairitz said. Kevin Cucchi, a member of Shila’s crew, said he is interested in learning about the inner workings of emergency radio. “I’m very interested in the practical apas inmates wait longer to go through court. McGready noted that there’s $7 million available in court improvement funds that could be used for the project, with a projected $1 million a year coming in. The project can be bonded.But County Administrator Michele Baker said the county needs to have a better grasp on all of its facility needs before going out for a bond issue. She advocates having a master facilities plan done to ensure that the county makes the most of its resources and puts together a comprehensive bond package.A preliminary estimate for that work was $650,000. Mulieri doesn’t support that idea. “We’re going to spend $650,000 just to tell us what we need?” But Commissioner Kathryn Starkey countered: “We need a master facilities plan for the county. We need to know our most pressing needs.” Baker said she believes it would cost significantly less than $650,000 for that work, based on the actual scope of the work. By having an overall view of the county’s needs, it can make better decisions about sharing sites and space, she said. Schrader said he also thinks the criminal courthouse project might offer the opportunity to explore a public-private partnership. State Attorney Bernie McCabe told commissioners he had been under the impression that these issues had been discussed before Heery was hired to do the extensive design work the company has completed. Public Defender Bob Dillinger said he needs more space. His staff is falling 10 percent behind every year because he doesn’t have enough room to provide space for attorneys. EAGLE SCOUT, from page 1 Bracing for hurricanes Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. Prepare before the big storm threatens, to minimize its impacts on you and loved ones.Take these steps—Prepare a hurricane kit. It should include one gallon of water per person per day for several days; nonperishable food items including juices, crackers, breakfast and protein bars, canned and dried fruit, peanut butter and bread; utensils for eating, including paper cups and plates, plastic utensils—Have these items available: blankets and pillows; hygiene supplies, moisture wipes and toilet paper; waterproof and seasonal clothing and reliable shoes; firstaid kit and special medications; flashlights, batteries, tools and tarpaulins; cameras —Protect your documents in a watertight plastic bag or waterproof container. —Fill your gas tank and have plenty of cash on hand, in case the storm knocks out power from gas pumps and ATMs.—Protect your car from flooding damage by moving it as far inland as possible and to higher ground. Do not park next to trees.Protect your home:—Protect your windows with permanent storm shutters or sheets of plywood. —Remove objects around the home that act as projectiles in high winds, such as potted plants, barbecue grills, garden gnomes and garbage cans.Protect your family:—Make an evacuation plan with family members. Learn the quickest evacuation routes and shelters. Bring an emergency kit. Have mobile phones or radios to maintain communications. Watch for road hazards when traveling on an evacuation route.Pointers to help with a storm’s aftermath—Contact your insurance agent to notify the company of any covered damage to your home, apartment or vehicle and to find out the extent of your coverage. —Take detailed photographs of damaged items to submit with claims.—Save receipts for all dining, hotel, medical, hygiene and even entertainment for reimbursement. The receipts should be saved from the time you leave your home until you are able to return to live in it. Also, even spoiled food items, up to a limit, may be covered by your homeowner’s insurance.In case of flooding:—If water has flooded the interior of your car, do not try to start it because that may cause additional damage. —Cover broken windows and put tarp on roof leaks. Keep yourself safe after the storm: —Avoid walking or driving through floodwaters immediately after a hurricane. —Be aware that metal fences, mailboxes, poles and even nonmetal objects, such as wood and standing water, become conduits for electrical lines, so use care when assessing damage to your home and car. —Watch out for scams and unlicensed contractors. Verify the contractor’s business license and insurance. Don’t accept verbal quotes. Make them put it in writing. —Compiled for The Laker/Lutz News by Marie Abramov Sources:,,,, and ready for the big stormAnd dealing with the aftermath Kevin Cucchi works on the go-box that will enable radio communications from emergency shelters during storms. plications of math, especially into physics,” Cucchi said. He pitched in to help build the first one when the group gathered at the American Legion club. He has known Shila for about 10 years, since they both became scouts. While the young men keep working on the project, Shila continues raising funds. He needs about $2,500 to pay for parts necessary for the other two stations. Anyone who would like to support the project or learn more about it can call Shila at (813) 422-8343 or email him at 14911 N. 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PAGE 13 / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 17 2013 13 Powder Puff footballThe Zephyrhills Bulldogs are taking registrations for Powder Puff football beginning July 8. Registration and games are at Sam Pasco Park, 39835 Chancey Road in Zephyrhills. Cost is $40 per participant. Playoffs begin Aug. 24. Pick your own teams and practice on your own time. For information, call Jose Vasquez at (813) 479-7438.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 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. For more information, visit or email and—Staff Writer Jeff Odom can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or By Jeff Odom During the next few weeks leading up to the first game of the 2013 high school football season, The Laker/Lutz News sports staff is previewing the new districts marked up by the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA). Our first installment in the series takes a look at the highly competitive Class 7ADistrict 7:THE BIG STORYGaither won its first district championship in more than nine years last season, but if the Cowboys want to lay claim to the top spot again this time around, it’s going to take much more in 2013 especially after losing 23 seniors to graduation. One of the biggest keys for each team in 7A-7 will be how to handle district newbie, Sickles, which took the spot vacated by Chamberlain. The Gryphons, who have won seven or more games in each of the last four seasons, have one of the most talented rosters in the area and showed what could be a taste of things to come in this year’s two-quarter spring jamboree, by knocking off Gaither. However, the Cowboys seem like the one team that can detour Sickles’ district title hopes behind the leadership of thirdyear coach Jason Stokes, who no one should ever underestimate.HUNGRY FOR VICTORYWiregrass Ranch coach Mike Lawrence has his Bulls believing in one common goal this season — winning.After suffering back-to-back winless seasons, Wiregrass Ranch promoted Lawrence to lead the team during the offseason when former coach Jeremy Shobe resigned. So far, the team has bought into Lawrence’s message, and its work paid off during the Bulls’ spring games as they earned victories against neighborhood-rival Wesley Chapel and Sunlake.Will that momentum carry over to the regular season and finally get Wiregrass Ranch out of the district’s cellar? Time will tell. But look for plenty of fight — and possibly an upset or two — out of the Bulls. DON’T COUNT THEM OUTThough each team loses multiple playmakers, both Steinbrenner and Freedom are coming into the new campaign with the feeling that they can stay competitive enough to, at the very least, compete for a playoff spot.Steinbrenner came out of the gate stumbling last season with a 2-5 start, but under first-year coach Andres Perez-Reinaldo, the Warriors rallied to win three straight games and finish at or above .500 for the third time in the school’s four-year history. It will be interesting to see if Steinbrenner can use its late surge as motivation to make a run. But after losing offensive stars like halfback Kendall Pearcey, wide receiver Jon Marc Carrier and a host of defensive playmakers like Trey Johnson and Logan McKnight, along with a tough nondistrict schedule with games against Alonso, Wharton and Jefferson, it’s a task that might be easier said than done. “We have a very raw group that has a long way to go, but they realize that,” PerezReinaldo said after Steinbrenner’s spring jamboree. “We hope it’s a team effort that allows us to pull through. Our goal is to create a team concept.” On the other side, Freedom also reaped the benefits of a first-year coach in Todd Donohoe as the Patriots added one more win to their record than they had in all of 2011 and showed major improvement on both sides of the ball. Under Donohoe, Freedom also experienced a major culture change with players rallying around the former Strawberry Crest coach’s new philosophy. “We’re not just going to accept average or OK or even good,” Donohoe said before the start of last season. “We’re striving to be great.” This season, though, the Patriots will have major voids to fill after running back/defensive back Nate Godwin and tight end Isaac Tanner both graduated, and senior quarterback Taylor King transferred to Carrollwood Day School. Still, Freedom has what it takes to make a playoff push. Gaither quarterback Alex McGough will be a key player if the Cowboys are going to make another run at the Class 7A-District 7 title this season. (Photos by Tim McClain) Steinbrenner junior wide receiver Kezio Snelling scored three touchdowns for the Warriors in their spring game win against Alonso and will be a major player in secondyear coach Andres Perez-Reinaldo’s offense. First-year Wiregrass Ranch coach Mike Lawrence has his Bulls believing they can be competitive in the district this season after back-to-back winless campaigns. MEET THE TEAMSFreedom (3-7, 2-3) Gaither (8-3, 4-1) Sickles (8-3, 4-2 in 6A-8) Steinbrenner (5-5, 2-3) Tampa Bay Tech (7-4, 4-1) Wiregrass Ranch (0-10, 0-5)*records from last season PROJECTIONS:1.Sickles2. Gaither3. Tampa Bay Tech4. Steinbrenner5. Freedom 6. Wiregrass Ranch CAN’T-MISS MATCHUPTampa Bay Tech at Gaither, Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m. Another late season meeting between these two district juggernauts may decide who goes to the playoffs and who goes home. Last season’s thrilling matchup was one for the ages as Gaither blew a 25-point lead, but held on late to clinch the district title with a 35-32 win. Expect another drama-filled event this year. QUOTABLE“We are definitely rebuilding, but my approach doesn’t change too much. We look for effort and discipline. I think with our coaches and players we have better than average talent. I think we will be strong enough to give it a good run.” —Gaither coach Jason Stokes. “Obviously, we will miss Pearcey as a player, but I don’t think losing him will have a negative effect. Losing players steps everything up. I guess you could see it as pressure on my role as a leader, but my teammates have my back.” —Steinbrenner senior quarterback Curtis Fitch. “Coach Lawrence has put a lot of effort in and all the coaches have. They’re working their heart out. … (The spring game wins were) a big confidence booster for all of us, but we’re not going to get a big head. We’re going to stay humble and do our thing and work hard.” — Wiregrass Ranch running back John Harris-Scott. Alex McGough, quarterback, GaitherMcGough has been a key part of the Cowboys’ success during the past two seasons and all signs point to 2013 being a continuation of that. The senior won’t have the burden of having to impress scouts this season after verbally committing to FIU last month, which could be a huge benefit for the signal caller. If McGough can repeat his 22 passing touchdowns to go along with 1727 total passing yards, expect Gaither to be right there in the thick of the playoff hunt. Kezio Snelling, wide receiver, Steinbrenner Snelling may have only played in one game for the Warriors last season, but his name will be one to remember when the season begins. The junior busted onto the scene during Steinbrenner’s spring game against Alonso, scoring three touchdowns, including an 81-yard kickoff return with 33 seconds left in the game to seal the victory. If Snelling keeps it up in the regular season, senior quarterback Curtis Fitch should have nothing to worry about. John Harris-Scott, running back, Wiregrass Ranch The senior opened many eyes during the Bulls’ jamboree sweep and for good reason. Harris-Scott rushed for more than 100 yards in Wiregrass Ranch’s games against Wesley Chapel and Sunlake and scored the Bulls’ lone touchdown — a game-winner nonetheless — against the Seahawks. Along with junior quarterback Shane Bucenell, Harris-Scott will be one of many playmakers on the field for the Bulls this season.Voted Florida’s No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT No room for error in Class 7A-District 7 KEEP AN EYE ON …


Summer Food Drive HELP FIGHT HUNGER LOCALLY The need is especially great during the summer months because those children that rely on getting adequate meals while attending school will need help when school is not in session. In general, 1 out of 4 children in the Tampa Bay area do not have enough to eat.The Laker/Lutz News Donations Collection Box For Feeding American Tampa Bay-Suncoast Branch 3632 LAND OLAKES BLVD., SUITE 102 COPPERSTONE EXECUTIVE SUITES Items needed most are: € Canned meats (tuna, chicken, ham, sausage)€ Canned fruits & vegetable € Canned & boxed meals (soups, chili, stew, macaroni & cheese)€ Pasta & rice € Peanut butter No glass please. Pop-top items preferred. No donation is too big or small. We appreciate our readers’ efforts in helping in this mission. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS 3632 Land O Lakes Blvd., Ste 102 Land O Lakes, FL 34639 phone: 813.909.2800 fax: 813.909.2802 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE By Mike MatthewSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsFor 35 years jewelry design has been Helman Cortes passion. Creating beautiful pieces of jewelry is a perfect blend of my skills in art and design,Ž he said. My focus is on design, not simply selling the same jewelry that every other store has.Ž Helman is owner of Cortes Jewelers, a neighborhood jewelry store in north Tampa located on Florida Avenue just south of Bearss that draws many customers from Lutz and Land O Lakes. The store showcases Helmans custom designs, many which incorporate gems and precious metals found in family heirlooms. Helman has a bachelors degree in art and brings a high level of design capabilities to his work. Helman begins each custom piece with a hand-drawn sketch that brings his customers ideas to reality. After the customer is satisfied with his design, Helman proceeds to modeling the jewelry using state-of-theart computer software. He then creates a model of the jewelry using high-end 3D printers to show his customer precisely how their final piece will appear. Once the client approves the model, Helman casts it in gold, silver or platinum and then hand sets gems to the designs specifications. Cortes Jewelers is a full-service jeweler and is licensed to buy gold, silver, platinum and other metals, as well as gemstones. Our store is ideal for anyone wanting to sell their gold and jewels, because we use what we buy in the creation of new pieces of jewelry,Ž said Helman. Helman is a second-generation jeweler. His family owned jewelry stores in Temple Terrace for many years, and Helman has worked alongside his father, Leonardo, a watchmaker, since they merged their jewelry businesses 25 years ago.There are not very many people left with my fathers skills,Ž says Helman proudly. We do all watch repairs on-site and many local stores send their watch repair work to us.Ž Helmans uncle, Melco, is also an accomplished jeweler. Because of the familys extensive experience, Cortes Jewelers does all of its own design and repair work.We do everything in-house,Ž said Helman. This is a business built on trust. When you come in to Cortes Jewelers youll deal directly with the owners, not an impersonal sales staff.ŽPassionate about jewelry design Helman Cortes, left, and his father, Leonardo, owners of Cortes Jewelers, offer customers artistic designs and expert watch repair at their full-service store in North Tampa. 14911 N. Florida Ave  Tampa, FL 33613 813.964.5665  Beautiful diamond jewelry designed and crafted by master jeweler Helman Cortes. 813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS July 17 2013 14 Ex-Lion Torres called up to Triple-A The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report In an exciting yet unexpected turn of events, former Saint Leo University baseball standout Daniel Torres was recently called up to play for the Tacoma Rainiers in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League. The Seattle Mariners selected for catcher in the 20th round of the Major League Baseball Draft on June 8. Torres immediately packed his bags for Arizona, where he made his minor league debut with the AZL Mariners in the Arizona Rookie League. After playing his first rookie-ball game with the AZL Mariners on June 21, Torres has now played in ten games, earning a .323 batting average in 31 at-bats. He collected his first minor league hit on June 22 against the AZL Royals, and has since ignited his bat, collecting ten hits, six runs, two doubles, one RBI, and four walks. In addition, he averages a .400 on-base percentage. Upon making the jump from rookie ball to Triple-A, Torres said he is excited. “It was a surprise, yet exciting to know that I was going to Triple-A for a few days,” Torres said. “It’s another part and step to getting closer to where I want to be. It’s a great experience and I’m blessed to be able to have it.” The Tacoma Rainiers currently lead the Pacific Coast League with win-loss record of 54-38. Former Saint Leo University catcher Daniel Torres was recently called up to Triple-A Tacoma. He was selected in the 20th round during last month’s MLB Draft. (File photo) SPORTS


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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE By Mike MatthewSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsDanny Ridgeway started working parttime at Cahills when he was in the 10th grade. His first job was servicing lawnmowers. In 1969, Danny had the opportunity to buy the business. At the time, he had four young children and did not have the resources to buy the store, although he did have the ability to manage it. So the owner helped Danny obtain financing, set up a new store and hire a sales manager. Now, 44 years later, every one of Dannys children and grandchildren have worked at the family business at one time or another, and many still do today. And with his pending retirement, sons Mark and Charlie are taking over the reins of the business. Im lucky,Ž Danny says. I know a lot of people whose children want nothing to do with the family business. My sons have been instrumental in helping to grow this business.Ž Mark is in charge of the North Tampa location, and Charlie runs the Zephyrhills store, which the family opened in 2005. The business has seen many changes since Danny became owner. It no longer sells lawn equipment, and its line of motorcycles has grown from the original two lines to most of the major brands sold today. Today you will find something for every type of rider, from six-cylinder touring bikes to 50cc motor scooters. Cahills has a wide range of dirt bikes, combination street and off-road bikes, all-terrain vehicles and utility vehicles. And, they have recently diversified by adding a line of water-sports equipment. We see a lot of first-time buyers, and most of them know exactly what theyre looking for when they walk in the door,Ž says Danny. Years ago it was young boys looking for fast bikes. Today the average first-time buyer is an adult man or woman.Ž Customers need to attend a three-day class to get their motorcycle license before they can purchase anything with an engine over 50cc. Danny advises anyone who hasnt ridden in a while to take the class. Its a great refresher course,Ž he says. It keeps you aware of things thatll keep you safe while riding.Ž This is a real family business with children and relatives working in both locations. Whether youre coming in for service or a purchase, the Ridgeway family treats their customers like part of their family. Visit them at one of their two convenient locations.Three Generations Working Together To Promote Motorsports Danny Ridgeway and his son, Charlie, owners of Cahill’s Motorsports in Zephyrhills. 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