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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. Attorneys at Law I Will Aggressively Fight To Protect Your Legal RightsŽ18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) TheLAKER FREE TheLAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW TAMPA EDITION SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 Your Community Calendar What  s Happening See page 8 Look i ng for FUN clo s e to ho m e ?CHECK OUT Check Out Our Summer Golf Specialseats & entertainment! Details on page 18 A GOLFERS diet consists of lots of GREENS By Michael Hinman m h i n m m His first real exposure to heroism came when his mother married a man who served with the 82nd Airborne Division during World War II. “I don’t think he believed he would come back alive,” Gov. Rick Scott told local veterans last week of his stepfather. “In the Navy, no one shot at me, and I didn’t have to jump out of perfectly good airplanes like he did.” But it’s because of his stepfather Scott said he realized that “America will remain the land of the free only so long as it remains the home of the brave.” Scott visited with veterans last week at the Baldomero Lopez State Veterans’ Home on Parkway Boulevard, sharing stories, and handing out his Veterans Service Awards medals. “It’s so important that we honor and give thanks to our American veterans, our heroes,” Scott said. “It is important that we don’t wait just for the holidays to thank our Parade of 400 choppers honor fire rescueBy Michael Hinman m h i n m m It’s never too early in the morning to ride a motorcycle, especially when it’s all to say thank you to firefighters and emergency first responders. Some 400 cyclists showed up at the Pasco County Government Center on US 41 Saturday to participate in the annual Sept. 11 Gratitude Ride. The event, organized by local Realtor Dan Turner and his wife Cheryl, is a way these chopper enthusiasts honor members of Pasco County Fire Rescue, and raise money for the Pasco County Fire Benevolent Fund. “Make no mistake about it, this is a 9/11 event,” Turner told the crowd during a short ceremony. “It has been 12 years. Can you be-Rick Scott visits to honor local veteransBy B.C. Manion bc m an i m Gerald Stanley wants to build the first private toll road in the state. And he wants to build it across Pasco County. Stanley, a retired road builder from Lutz who is a partner with International Infrastructure Partners LLC, submitted an unsolicited proposal June 11 to the state Department of Transportation proposing a toll road be built along the SR 54/SR 56 corridor. That would link Wesley Chapel to New Port Richey, with the possible addition of Wesley Chapel to US 301 in Zephyrhills. The partnership proposes to lease the right-of-way from the state and both build and operate a 33-mile toll road. Much of the road would be elevated, but portions would be at ground level where necessary. It would be constructed in phases, with the first leg planned for SR 54/56 from Bruce B. Downs Boulevard to the Suncoast Parkway. The second phase would go from the Suncoast Parkway to US 19 in New Port Richey. A possible third phase would extend the road from Bruce B. Downs to Zephyrhills. It’s possible, however, that phases one and two would be combined immediately for cost efficiency. Stanley touted the benefits of the pro-Pasco could have state’s first private toll road Dan Turner, left, and his wife Cheryl, address the bikers in front of the Pasco County Government Center on US 41 Saturday, ahead of their ride to honor members of Pasco County’s Fire Rescue as part of the Pasco County Choppers Sept. 11 Gratitude Ride. Nearly 400 motorcycles showed up for this year’s Sept. 11 Gratitude Ride, sponsored by Pasco County Choppers to honor members o f Pasco County’s Fire Rescue and raise money for its benevolent fund. (Photos by Michael Hinman)See CHOPPERS, page12 See VETERANS, page12 See TOLL, page12


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Chains, I’ll use for manes on a horse. The satellite dish arm? “This is the neck of a horse.” And the post-hole diggers? “These are the heads for alligators,” he said. “Potato forks are usually tail feathers for a bird.” Hamilton is a Lutz-based artist with Twisted Mind Rusty Metal, a company that specializes in recycling old metal and other objects into art. Where other people see obsolete car parts, rusted garden implements, empty bottles and old tools, Hamilton envisions whimsical works of art. “Somehow, I can see something,” Hamilton said. “People have asked me, ‘What kind of drug do you take? Do you drink a lot?’ It seems like the crazier I make stuff, the more people like it.” Bins and shelves in his workshop are chock-full of the raw materials of his artworks. He has another collection of salvaged goods that he plans to recycle outside next to his shop. “You’ve got to have a stockpile,” Hamilton said. As he surveys his shop, there is stuff everywhere. “It’s a disorganized, organized mess,” he said. Hamilton hunts regularly for old golf clubs, and often finds them for a dollar each at thrift stores. “I just cut all of these off the shafts,” he said, motioning to a stack of club heads. The steel pieces become ears for dogs and feet for pigs. “A lot of people throw these away,” Hamilton said, pointing to some empty helium tanks. “They end up in the trash and when I see ‘em, I grab ‘em.” The tanks become the bodies of pigs and other animals. Hamilton, who has spent more than four decades working in masonry, started his metal art business more than two years ago. It started when he decided to make a couple of things for his wife’s garden. “A friend of hers had sold plants at plant shows,” he said. “She told me to bring some along and see if they would sell.” They did sell, and the company was born — using a name his wife, Sheila, created. Over the past couple of years, he has sold 700 to 800 pieces, ranging in price from $35 to $400. He now spends nearly every evening out in the workshop behind his house, where he sandblasts rusted parts, welds pieces together and paints to create Chihuahuas, pigs, robots, weather vanes, sunflowers, birds and all sorts of critters. On weekends, one can find Hamilton making the rounds — either to events where he’s selling his art, or at swap meets, garage sales and flea markets where he’s picking up materials he can recycle.“Starting September through basically March, that’s the busy season,” Hamilton said.Over Labor Day weekend, for instance, he had a booth at the 13th annual Gulfport Geckofest on Saturday. By Sunday, he was at a swap meet in Bushnell. Monday, he hit the flea market in Webster.During the off-season, typically November through March, Hamilton spends Saturday mornings in Dunedin at the Green Market. And the third Friday of each month, he’s in Safety Harbor between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. He also does three shows a year in Lakeland.He also attends the Lutz Arts & Crafts Festival Christmas show. “Last year we sold like 26 pieces on Saturday, and at least 10 or 12 on Sunday,” Hamilton said, adding he sells even more during the town’s Fourth of July celebration. Hamilton’s wife is a big supporter of his artistic pursuits. “She wants me to quit masonry for this,” said Hamilton, who believes someday he will.For Lutz man, it’s not junk … it’s art Hamilton uses his welder to bind pieces of metal together as he works on a crab, one of many creatures he creates from recycled materials. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Andy Hamilton, above, stands next to a robot he built. At left, Hamilton shows off some of his work at a Fourth of July festival.


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Never forget Paige Tucker, right, and Lynn Tucker wave flags during last year’s commemoration of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The GFWC Lutz-Land O’ Lakes Woman’s Club will do it all again this year beginning at 9 a.m. in front of the SunTrust Bank, 21744 SR 54 in Lutz, and later beginning at 5 p.m. at the Old Lutz School on US 41. To join in, simply grab a flag and meet the ladies at one of the locations. (Photo courtesy of Patricia Serio)By D i ane Kortu s Pu b l i sher Running a newspaper is not much different than running any other small business. All successful businesses work to give customers what they want at a fair price so they continue to be their customer and tell friends and family about their products and services.If you are a restaurant, you offer a menu filled with dishes customers have asked for and prepared by the best chef in town. If you are a retail store, you sell products people want so they come back and shop again. At The Laker/Lutz News, our customers are both readers and advertisers. We know that if we give you stories and information about people and issues that are important to you, you will read your paper cover to cover, week after week, and share what you’ve read with family and friends. And we know that your readership has a direct impact on the bottom line of our other customer — businesses that advertise in our papers. The better and more completely you read your paper, the more you will take note of the adjacent ads. Which brings me to why we’re making some changes to the kinds of stories we write in The Laker/Lutz News. Last spring we hired an independent research company to ask readers what type of news they want in their community paper. This was done in conjunction with our annual circulation audit that verifies the number of papers we print and deliver. This study revealed the No. 1 reason people like you read The Laker/Lutz News is to learn about things to do in their community. Our best-read section is What’s Happening with its news briefs about upcoming activities and events. Because readers put What’s Happening at the top of their list, we’re expanding this section and increasing our coverage of community events before they take place. B.C. Manion, our community editor for the past three years, is taking on this charge and welcomes suggestions on events you’d like to see covered. The second topic most requested is business news. You want to know what’s coming when you see a new commercial building underway. You want to know about local road improvements and how they will impact your drive to work. You are curious about local businesses, big and small, and are looking for new places to shop and professional services in your neighborhood. To increase our business coverage, in late July we hired Michael Hinman as our news editor because of his community and business journalism background. In addition to working for several area weekly newspapers, Michael spent five years as a reporter at the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Like B.C., Michael also welcomes your story ideas. Both journalists can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or by email at or You may have already noticed that there’s more business news in your paper. Last week, for example, we were the first to report on the expansion of Florida Medical Clinic’s new facilities in Zephyrhills and Carrollwood. This week we have a story on the elevated expressway for SR 54 that’s being proposed by a private developer. I began this column talking about the importance of giving customers what they want. That’s why we’re committing more of our resources to stories you want to read. And why you’re seeing more stories about upcoming events, local businesses and growth and development.With more than 60,000 readers, it’s impossible to give every single person everything they want in their community paper. 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For information or to register, call (727) 834-5630.BayCare recognizes National Recovery MonthBayCare Behavioral Health and the Tampa Bay Rays are hosting a discounted game in observance National Recovery Month in September. The national observance emphasizes the ways people can prevent behavioral health issues, seek treatment and sustain recovery. The game is on Sept. 22 at 1:40 p.m., when the Rays host the Baltimore Orioles at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. Lower level outfield tickets are $15. Deadline to purchase tickets is Sept. 16. To buy tickets for this event, go to, and enter the passcode “NRM2.” Learn pediatric CPRThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 SR 54, is offering a monthly pediatric CPR class from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The next class is Sept. 14. Participants will learn the skills of the two-hour American Heart Association course “CPR for Family and Friends.” The cost is $15 per person, or $25 for two. For information, call (727) 834-5630.Hospice needs patient visitorsHPH Hospice is in need of adults to visit patients in private homes, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and the HPH Hospice Care Centers. Volunteers are matched with a patient who lives near their residence. Training is two days from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., and preregistration is required. The next training is Sept. 17 and Sept. 20 at the Marliere Hospice Care Center, 6801 Rowan Road in New Port Richey. For information, call Fred Blind at (727) 819-5984.Osteoarthritis seminarThe Medical Center of Trinity will host a free seminar, “Current Trends in Osteoarthritis of the Hip and Knee” on Sept. 17 at noon at 9330 SR 54 in Trinity. Dr. Peter Candelora will discuss causes and treatment. A complimentary light lunch will be served. Seating is limited and reservations are required. For information, call (727) 834-5630.Look Good … Feel BetterThe Medical Center of Trinity will offer the American Cancer Society’s “Look Good … Feel Better” program on Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. in Suite 402 at the MCT Medical Arts Building, 9332 SR 54, in Trinity. This is a free, national public service program that helps women cancer patients improve their appearance and self-image by teaching them beauty techniques to manage side effects of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. For information and reservations call (727) 834-5630.Parkinson’s supportThe Tampa Area Parkinson’s Support Group will meet Sept. 18 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Church of the Nazarene on Himes Avenue in Tampa. For information, call Adele Ida Walter at (813) 932-6902.Sibling classes for the youngThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 SR 54, is offering monthly sibling classes. Topics covered include what a new baby looks like, how to become a big helper, and how to make friends with the new baby. 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For information, call Val Lanza at (813) 426-7399, or email or UNION GRANTS $50,000 TO ABCSuncoast Schools Federal Credit Union Foundation has provided a $50,000 grant to provide food, clothing, shoes and school supplies for 10,000 students in need from 76 Pasco County schools through the Pasco County Schools’ Assist, Believe, Care, or ABC, program. Since 1992, the Foundation has donated more than $9 million to various children’s charities, and has awarded approximately $930,000 in scholarships.USF GETS NAVIGATOR GRANT FUNDINGThe University of South Florida has received a $4.2 million Affordable Care Act “navigator” grant, the largest award in the state, according to U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor, DTampa. The grant is part of the $67 million awarded across the country to navigators, who will help consumers and small businesses shop for and enroll in the health insurance marketplace. “Starting Oct. 1 our neighbors who do not have health insurance will be able to shop for a plan that fits them — and they can call on local, independent experts to review all of the options and tax credits,” Castor said in a release. The navigators will be trained to provide unbiased information to consumers about the health insurance marketplaces, qualified health plans and public programs such as Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. KIWANIS HELPS FILL BACKPACKSThe Kiwanis Club of Greater West Pasco and Gulfside Regional Hospice partnered to distribute close to 200 supply-filled backpacks to students at seven elementary schools in Pasco County. The items were donations collected at Gulfside’s five thrift shops across Pasco during a school supply drive over the summer. Recipient elementary schools were Mittye P. Locke, Cotee River and Moonlake Elementary in New Port Richey; Sunray in Holiday; Northwest in Hudson; Lachoochee in Dade City; and Quail Hollow in Wesley Chapel.SAINT LEO HONORS EMPLOYEESSaint Leo University celebrated Community Day on Aug. 20, a biannual tradition that takes place before the start of each semester. The university’s president, Arthur Kirk delivered the “State of the University” address. The day concluded with the university honoring its employees who have reached milestones in their careers at Saint Leo. Faculty and staff members who celebrated five, 10 and 15 years were given service awards. Karen Hatfield, the university registrar, received special recognition for 35 years of service. STUDENT PROGRAM NEEDS SPONSORSThe Central Pasco Chamber is seeking business sponsors to help it supports the schools and youth in the area through its Student of the Month program. A company sponsorship is $200 a year, which includes trophies and T-shirts for one student each month from October through May. T-shirts will recognize the business sponsor or company. The sponsoring company will also have the opportunity to visit the school to present the award. For information, call Rocky Contreras at (813) 787-1225, or email CONTEST CELEBRATES MILITARYThe Medical Center of Trinity is having its second annual “Expressions of Thanks” youth art contest from through Oct. 4. All youth from kindergarten through 12th grade are invited to celebrate the service of all U.S. military veterans, those who currently serve our nation, and their families, by submitting artwork, poetry or an essay. All work must be submitted by Oct. 4. Each participant will receive a recognition certificate. First place winners in each grade level will receive a $25 gift card. The grand prizewinner will receive their choice of either a bicycle or an iPod. 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To RSVP, visit VETERANS OUTDOOR SALEThe Disabled American Veterans Chapter 65 will host an outdoor sale Sept. 14 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 5325 Eighth St. in Zephyrhills. Proceeds help veterans and their families in the community. Those who mention this announcement from The Laker will receive a free cup of coffee.COASTAL CLEANUPLand O’ Lakes Honorary Mayor Pam Oakes is looking for volunteers for Coastal Cleanup on Sept. 14. Volunteers will meet at Tibbett’s Lumber at the corner of SR 54 and US 41 by 9 a.m. Cleanup will be along the railroad tracks north on US 41 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Free lunch will be served at SunTrust Bank on SR 54 from 11 a.m. to noon. For information, call Pam Oakes at (517) 881-7032.GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY MEETSThe Pasco County Genealogical Society will host a meeting on Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. to noon. One of the guest speakers will be Deborah Adles, a member who has just returned from the National Genealogical Conference in Fort Wayne, Ind. The meeting is at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 9016 Fort King Road, Dade City. For information, call Janet at (813) 788-8894.EXTENSION CITRUS SEMINARPasco County Extension Service is having a free seminar “Dooryard Citrus 101” on Sept.14 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. University of Floridacitrus expert Jamie Burrow will discuss citrus planting, basic care, and an introduction to pests and diseases, as well as a brief history of the Florida citrus industry. For information, call (813) 996-2411.BACKSTAGE THEATER TOURThe Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St. in downtown Tampa, will host two “Balcony to Backstage” tours on Sept. 14 at 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. This is a 90-minute tour about the theater’s secrets, stories, art and architecture. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for children age 2-12. Theater members are free. For information, visit FOR COASTAL CLEANUPThe annual Central Pasco Coastal & Waterways Cleanup is looking for volunteers to help clean up the Land O’ Lakes area, including school grounds, parks and roads. The annual cleanup is Sept. 14 from 8 a.m. to noon starting at SunTrust Bank at the corner of SR 54 and Osprey Lane in Land O’ Lakes. Participants can reserve a territory when their team is registered. For information, call Betsy Crisp at (813) 929-2725, or Kurt Conover at (727) 861-5141.VOLUNTEER OUTREACH DAYTrinity Outreach of Tampa Bay is hosting a volunteer outreach day on Sept. 14 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Zephyrhills Wesleyan Church, 38924 C Ave., Zephyrhills. There will be an informal presentation, refreshments and fellowship. For information, email Emma Brown at ZOO FOR $6Lowry Park Zoo, 1101 W. Sligh Ave., is offering a super-saver day at the zoo on Sept. 15. Admission is $6 from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free parking is available same day only next to the Tampa Greyhound Track, 8300 N. Nebraska Ave. Shuttles will run from that lot from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Zoo rides are not included with $6 admission. For information, visit CLUBThe East Pasco Democratic Club will meet Sept. 16 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the meeting room at The Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. This meeting will be a planning session, a discussion on the Affordable Health Care Act and organizing community forums planned to bring accurate information on the act to the community. SQUARE DANCE IN TAMPAThe Temple Twirlers Square and Round Dance Club will host a western-themed square dance for mainstream and “plus” dancers on Sept. 16 starting at 7 p.m. at 2701 W. Waters Ave. in Tampa. Visitors are welcome. Cowboy Tom Glasgow will share rope tricks and storytelling. Cost is $4 for members and $5 for non-members. For information, call (813) 986-2928, or visit TOP SHOT COMPETITIONSuperGroup Tampa is hosting “Tampa’s Top Shot,” a competition to benefit a local fallen officer’s family, at Shooters World, 116 E. Fletcher Ave. in Tampa. Qualifying dates areOct. 1, Oct. 8, Oct. 15 and Oct. 22 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The final shoot-out is Oct.29 at 6 p.m. Those interested must buy a $100 ticket to shoot and qualify, and those tickets are limited. For information, call James Harris at (813) 352-7332, or email BY FIVE ARTISTS NEEDEDThe Arts Council of Hillsborough County’s Artists Advisory Committee is seeking artists for the Five by Five 2013 competition. The Five by Five exhibit, featuring 5-by-5-inch artwork made and donated by international and local artists, will be presented on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. at the Tampa Museum of Art. The exhibit isopen to any visual artist 18 years and older worldwide. Entries will be accepted Sept. 16-20. For instructions and rules, visit SPONSOR THE JINGLE BELL RUNThe Pasco County Sheriff’s office will host its third annual Jingle Bell Run beginning at 8 a.m. on Dec. 8. The event features a 5k race, a one-mile fun run and family activities. It begins and ends at the New Port Richey Rec Center. The event benefits Toys for Tots. Sponsorships begin at $100. For information and to register, visit or email SCOUT ICE CREAM SOCIALCub Scout Pack 21 invites boys in grades 1-5 and their parents to an informational meeting and ice cream social on Sept. 17 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the cafeteria of Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School, 302 E. Linebaugh Ave. in Tampa. Pack 21 is a group that camps out, races model cars, earns awards, participates in community service projects, and learns important skills and values. For information, contact Garrett Earle at (813) 712-0504, or SUNCOAST HARMONY OPEN HOUSESuncoast Harmony Chorus will host an open house for any women interested in joining Sept. 17 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at CARES Rao Musunuru M.D. Enrichment Center, 12417 Clock Tower Parkway in Hudson. There will also be a ribbon cutting with the West Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce at 5:30 p.m. WOMEN’S CLUB ICE CREAM SOCIALGFWC Little Women of Lutz will host a free ice cream social and membership drive on Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Lutz. The club is a nondenominational service organization for girls age 12-18. The event will acquaint the girls with the club’s activities and opportunities for service hours. For information, call Marilyn at (813) 949-1482.CONSIGNMENT SHOPPING EVENTRepeat the Chic will host a consignment shopping and selling event at the Verizon Event Center, 8718 Trouble Creek Road in New Port Richey, Sept. 18-21. The event will feature an assortment of trendy women’s designer and name-brand clothing. Admission is free. Shoppers are asked to donate gently used clothing and maternity clothing on Sept. 21. For hours and information, visit ORCHID SOCIETYThe Tampa Bay Orchid Society will meet on Sept. 19 at Christ the King Church, McLaughlin Center, 821 S. Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa. The guest speaker is Ruben Sauleda, internationally renowned orchid grower and hybridizer. Doors open at 6 p.m., followed by the meeting at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. There will be plants for sale and a plant raffle. For information, call (813) 839-4959 or go to PREP CLASSThere will be a beauty pageant prep class to get young ladies ready for the upcoming pageant season on Sept. 29 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Dance & Gymnastics Academy of Tampa, 23633 Venezia Drive in Land O’ Lakes. For information, visit YOUR VOICEThe Friendship Singers is looking for new members as it begins its 19th concert season. The group consists of volunteers who perform in local nursing homes, assisted living facilities and senior centers in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. There are no auditions, and prior singing experience is not necessary. For information, contact Joyce Ruby at (813) 442-7879 or, or contact Joe Berling at (813) 997-1454 or A DOG FOR $1Pasco County Animal Services is offering “Dollar Dog Days of Summer” through Sept. 28. Select dogs are waiting for a home for a $1 adoption fee, plus a license fee of $10. The dogs have been vetted, micro chipped, and spayed or neutered. Animals are available at 19640 Dogpatch Lane in Land O’ Lakes. For information, call (813) 929-1212.OUTDOOR ART SALEThe East Hillsborough Art Guild’s annual outdoor art sale is on Oct. 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Cottage, 1308 S. Collins St., Plant City. There will also be food for sale and a bake sale. Admission is free. The guild is seeking exhibitors for the sale, with booth space available for $10. For information, go to, email, or call (813) 757-6356.WOMEN’S CLUB NEEDS VENDORSThe Lexington Oaks Women’s Club is looking for vendors and sellers to participate in its annual community-wide yard sale fundraising event at the Lexington Oaks Community Center, 26304 Lexington Oaks Blvd. in Wesley Chapel, on Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Spaces are available for $15. For applications and information, call Mary at (813) 746-1405. FREE BONSAI TREE DEMOSEve's Garden Gifts in Land O’ Lakes will host free bonsai tree demonstrations every Saturday in September from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The emphasis will be on correct location, container, trimming, potting, and shaping to keep your tree healthy. Participants should bring their own bonsai tree for demonstration and advice. Eve’s is at 5602 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. For information, call (813) 9965012, or visit the store’s website at OPEN HOUSEPet City in Land O’ Lakes will have its annual open house and customer appreciation day on Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be free hamster races from noon to 3 p.m. with prizes for every participant. The event includes free food, cold drinks, snow cones, face painting and giveaways. Pet City is at 2119 Collier Parkway. For information, call (813) 242-7600.


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(813) 996-9800Dr. Michael A Craven, D.C. 5420 Land OLakes Blvd € Land O Lakes, FL 34639 813-996-9800 www. HOURS: MON, WED, THURS 9 TO 6; TUES, 2-6; FRI 9-12Dr. Michael Craven, a well-respected chiropractor who has practiced in Land O Lakes since 1983, has partnered with NeuropathyDR to offer treatment plans that dramatically reduce chronic pain, burning, numbness, fatigue, muscle weakness and tingling caused by nerve damage from diabetic neuropathy, fibromyalgia and other chronic pain sources. Traditional treatments for chronic pain are only focused on treating symptoms with prescription drugs and in the case of diabetes, by controlling blood sugar. But drugs are expensive, often have limited effectiveness and can result in unpleasant side effects. If only physical therapy is prescribed, patients often do not find lasting relief. NeuropathyDR is a new breakthrough program for people who suffer from various forms of neuropathy. In addition to successfully treating the symptoms of these chronic diseases, it also addresses the true root causes and fosters independence.Fortunately for area residents, Dr. Craven is the only doctor in Tampa Bay to offer this new NeuropathyDR program and his office is close to home for residents in Pasco and north Hillsborough counties. What Exactly Is Diabetic Neuropathy?This chronic disease is a result of nerve damage that results in pain, weakness, burning and tingling in the hands and feet. Its root cause is most often trauma, medications and systemic diseases like diabetes. An estimated 20 million Americans suffer from this debilitating illness.How Does NeuropathyDR Help?This comprehensive program of patient care incorporates nutrition, dietary changes, exercise and rehab therapies. It uses clinically tested NDGen home care electrical therapy units, along with massage, spinal therapy and LASER THERAPY, to achieve lasting pain relief and longterm self-management of their illness.What Makes NeuropathyDR Different From Other Treatments? This protocol begins by establishing a baseline upon which to improve and then develops four key areas: 1.) Determine what caused a patients neuropathy, fibromyalgia or chronic pain in the first place 2.) Diet analysis and specific nutritional supplement combinations 3.) Using Laser Therapy and NDGen nerve stimulators to heal and restore function. 4.) Perhaps most importantly, Dr. Craven monitors his patients progress and adjusts their individual, specific treatment plans based upon their clinical results to achieve maximum relief. The Bottom Line This program is for the patient that is serious, really serious, about restoring their health, normal daily function, independence, and reducing their dependency on drugs.For diabetic neuropathy there is usually four to six weeks of supervised in-office treatments, then patients continue on a personal, home-care program. Most patients need only periodic, in-clinic follow-ups. Other conditions may require less.Craven Chiropractic uses the highest quality professional and research-supported nutritional products and therapy tools. Laser Therapy especially has shown fantastic results with a multitude of painful conditions. Dr. Craven is always available for follow up and emergencies. The office phone is answered live 24/7, offering you direct contact with Dr. Craven by phone or email, at all reasonable hours of every day. He gladly shares clinical support materials with your physicians and always refers you back to your personal physicians for careful monitoring of underlying medical conditions.Craven Chiropractic Offers Patients Breakthrough Treatment for Diabetic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia and Chronic PainDo you or a loved one suffer from Diabetic Neuropathy, Fibromyalgia or Chronic Pain? Dr. Michael Craven can offer you relief with NeuropathyDR Protocol. Call our office at (813) 996-9800 to schedule a FREE* Neuropathy Consult and Analysis.(* $99 Value) Dr. Craven looks forward to personally consulting with you on this exciting new program for particularly challenging problems. Our Policy: The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse payment for any service performed within 72 hours of responding to an advertisement of free or discounted examination or treatment. Personal, outstanding patient care to area residents since 1983. / 813-909-2800 CO MM UNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS September 11, 2013 11


men and women, we must take every opportunity to thank them.” The medal Scott and his wife Ann gave to veterans in Land O’ Lakes last week has the Florida state seal on front, and the five seals representing the different branches of the armed forces on the back. Scott singled out one resident during his speech, Sgt. First Class Angel Torres-Mendez, who served between 1947 and 1974, completing 18 missions — many of them solo missions — in Vietnam. “He’s proud of his accomplishments, not his medal,” Scott said. “Like many of our residents here, his heart is as patriotic as it was when he joined the service many years ago.” A total of 136 veterans were honored with the medal during last Thursday’s ceremony, honoring whom Sen. John Legg described as “super.” Legg, R-Lutz, shared a conversation he said he had with his 5-yearold son that morning about where he was going. “’I am going to go stand and talk to some heroes,’ and his eyes got real big, ‘Are you going to meet Superman?’” Legg said. “I am going to see some super men and super women who, in our nation’s darkest hour, stood in front of tyranny, stood in front of those things that seemed hopeless, and brought light into the world.” Maj. Gen. Emmett R. Titshaw Jr., who has served as the adjutant general of Florida for the last three years, said the state’s 12,000soldier strong National Guard is “focused on the future, and our horizons.” “But we have a deep appreciation of our heritage, and that heritage you contributed to and built,” Titshaw said. “We literally stand upon your shoulders and accomplishments, taking over the nation you provided to us, safe and secure.” Galleria, Gifts & Gathering€ Live Music € Food € Raffles € Giveaways € Meet the Artists € Discounts GRAND OPENING Saturday, September 14, 2013 € 9am 9pmUNIQUE, LOCAL, HAND-MADE ART & FINE CRAFTSFREEDOM PLAZA II 30056 State Road 54 € Wesley Chapel 2 mi east of I-75 & 1 mi east of Saddlebrook Resort Open Tuesday-Saturday 11-7 813.501.4994 ADULT CUTFREE SHAMPOO & LITE DRYBlow-dry style, curling iron, flat iron, set, design lines or specialty cuts extra. 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A Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Women who want to hear a lecture on heart health, watch a cooking demonstration or get a bit of pampering can get those things and more at the Women’s Health & Wellness Day at Saddlebrook Resort Tampa, off SR 54 in Wesley Chapel. The free half-day seminar, sponsored by Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, will be on Sept. 21 from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. The seminar will feature six breakout sessions, giving women a chance to hear from some of the area’s most respected physicians discussing heart health, breast cancer risk factors, pregnancy, healthy aging and other wellness topics. Women who are pregnant or are thinking of having a baby can talk with a lactation consultant. The event will also feature a women’s health panel, with experts fielding questions about primary health care, internal medicine, geriatric medicine, obstetrics and gynecology. There will also be a cooking demonstration and free screenings for blood pressure, blood glucose, BMI and others. There will be pampering opportunities, too, and giveaways. The event will feature a women’s health panel, answering questions about primary health care, internal medicine, geriatric medicine, obstetrics and gynecology. Send questions in advance to Space for the seminar is limited and reservations are required. To register, call (813) 929-5432, or visit CORRECTIONThe Land O’ Lakes location for Florida Medical Clinic is located on SR 54. A different road was given in a Sept. 4 story about the company’s expansion efforts. Gov. Rick Scott speaks to residents of Baldomero Lopez State Veterans Home in Land O’ Lakes during a ceremony last week. ‘America will remain the land of the free only so long as it remains the home of the brave,’ he said. (Photo by Michael Hinman) VETERANS, from page 1 posed project in a letter addressed to Anath Prasad, the secretary of the state roads department. “This will be the first of its kind, privately funded, designed, built, operated and maintained elevated expressway in the state of Florida,” Stanley wrote. “It will create thousands of jobs for Floridians, further economic development in Pasco County, improve traffic flow, and promote use of existing and future transportation facilities.” International Infrastructure Partners was formed specifically to manage the project and consists of engineers, accountants and financial professionals, according to Stanley’s proposal. The construction would be done by PCL, a company that is currently working on the Interstate 4 connector project. The company also has completed work for the toll-funded Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway. Guggenheim Securities LLC would be the capital partner for the project, Stanley said, soliciting investments through a fund called “FL54Xpressway.” Kris Carson, spokeswoman for District 7 of the DOT, said it is too early to tell if any project like this would come to fruition. “It could be that nothing ever happens,” Carson said. “There are a lot of questions to be answered.” In response to Stanley’s proposal, the state roads department issued a request for proposals to encourage a competitive process, and set a date of Oct. 23 for opening those proposals. John Hagen, president and CEO of the Pasco Economic Development Council Inc., said when the idea of a toll road was initially raised, there were questions about who would pay for it, and its financial feasibility. The fact that a private group has stepped forward and is willing to pay for it, gives legitimacy to the concept, he said. Like Carson, Hagan said it is too early to tell if a project will materialize. “There are a lot of technical questions that need to be answered,” Hagan said. But if a toll road is built, it will provide an additional transportation option that will allow traffic to move quickly across the county on a toll road, while local traffic uses the surface streets, the economic development expert said. Steps must be taken to increase traffic capacity, Hagan said. Otherwise, “eventually SR 54/SR 56 will just become a parking lot.” Jeff Miller, a real estate agent and resident of Wesley Chapel, said he welcomes this type of project. He sees it as a way for people, like himself, to get to New Port Richey and Pinellas County much more quickly than is possible now. “It’s not a done deal. We’re all trying to determine if it’s feasible,” Stanley said. “If it’s not profitable, it won’t be built.” If the project is done, however, it will employ hundreds of construction workers and will bring more industry to Pasco County. It will also help prevent gridlock, as Pasco continues to grow, said Stanley, who has been a part of the Florida Transportation Builders Association for 35 years, and was the group’s president in 2005-06. “We’re looking to the future,” he said. In its request for proposals, the state DOT requires those interested in pursuing a private toll road to obtain required approvals, talk specifics at how it would build the road, and share any future infrastructure build-outs. The submitter must also demonstrate its ability to further economic development in the region and state, protect the environment, create temporary and permanent jobs in Florida, improve transportation efficiency and otherwise benefit citizens and the state. The state would not provide any funding for the project, according to the RFP. A decision on awarding the project would occur on Nov. 6, according to the request for proposal.TOLL, from page 1 lieve it? Unfortunately a lot of people have forgotten all about it, and we just want to make sure everybody remembers.” The Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks killed 412 emergency workers in New York City alone, all of them trying to rescue people from the World Trade Center after each tower was struck by a commercial jetliner. But it’s not just during terrorist attacks they put their lives on the line. This year alone, 79 firefighters have lost their lives in the line of duty, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Between 1977 and 2011, there have been 4,325 on-duty firefighter fatalities — an average of 127 each year. The Benevolent Fund raises money not for equipment or vehicles, but instead to help members of the Pasco County Fire Rescue when they may need a little financial assistance. “They are the ones that always say it’s just a job, but we all know they run into danger as we are running away from it,” Turner told The Laker/Lutz News last month. “As we reflect back on that horrible day back in September 2001, we remember all the public safety personnel (who) were affected,” said Pasco County Fire Chief Scott Cassin. “They were doing everything they do every day: saving lives and saving property.”Pasco County Choppers, which hosted the event, said nearly $4,900 was raised for the local benevolent fund, more than double what was raised last year. Even winners of the poker run, a fun event to encourage motorcyclists to visit multiple locations, gave a little back.“Winners of the poker run reverted nearly all of the money they won back to the cause,” Turner said in an email after the event. “Once again (it shows) that the biker community is there for those that lay their lives on the line for us, every single day of the year.”CHOPPERS, from page 1 Linda Sue Denmark, center, of Brooksville spends time with her husband, Randy Denmark, left, and Michael Hixson of New Port Richey ahead of the Sept. 11 Gratitude Ride from the Pasco County Government Center last weekend. All three are part of Pasco County Choppers, one of the motorcycle clubs organizing the event. Seminar to promote women’s health813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS September 11, 2013 12


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813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS September 11, 2013 14 Church provides personal touch with concierge ministryBy B.C. Manion It’s a mammoth church — with a 143acre campus, a 440,000-square-foot building and 12,000 members. It’s so big that it uses five entrances on Sundays to allow members to stream into its 5,000-seat auditorium. Despite the scale, Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz wants to extend a personal touch to its members, said Rich Walker. He’s a church staff member who also leads Idlewild Concierge, a ministry with 30 volunteers. And more than eight years ago, when Idlewild was moving into its larger quarters off North Dale Mabry Highway and Van Dyke Road, Walker came up the idea of creating a concierge ministry. “We’re still the only one that I know of, anywhere,” said Walker, a retired law enforcement officer who oversees campus safety. The ministry helps visitors and church newcomers tend to details that are important to them. The idea came to Walker when a hotel concierge service helped him and his wife. They were traveling and wanted to go for dinner, but they didn’t want to have to drive to get there. Walker’s wife suggested he ask the concierge for some recommendations. He did, and within 15 minutes they had a list of restaurant options, with different specialties and price points, along with directions for getting to them. Idlewild’s concierge ministry strives to create a sense of hospitality, with the motto of “Providing the unexpected personal touch,” Walker said. Ministry volunteers work at the church’s welcome center to greet people who are visiting the campus. Sometimes they help people find their way around campus. Other times they provide individual tours to help potential members learn about the church’s ministries and ways to meet their specific needs. “There’s not a line out the door, but every week, somebody will come and they want to look at the church,” Walker said. “They’ll just show up on their own.” The concierge will get a bit of information about the visitor and will let them know about various ministries that may suit their interests, Walker said. The idea is to help them plug in and feel at home, he said. “There are some people on a real factfinding tour, is this the church for me? That can take a couple of hours,” Walker said. That’s what happened when Margery Cordova recently visited the church, Walker recalled. “She told me right up front, ‘I am looking for a church home.’ That told me, ‘We kind of want to dive deep here and see if this is a good fit,’” he said. Cordova was impressed. “I got the deluxe grand tour of the whole facility,” said the woman who moved to Lutz in late July from Sacramento, Calif., after her husband’s death. Besides discussing ministries that may be of interest and showing off the facilities, Walker enjoys giving visitors a look at “backstage” Idlewild. The walk-through involves traveling through corridors decked with framed photographs taken through the years during big church events. Visitors can duck into the choir and orchestra rooms and check out the staging area where props are kept for church productions. They can even walk down a passageway that leads from the orchestra room to the raised stage in the worship center. Besides helping newcomers and visitors, the ministry also pitches in on special events. Team members drive trams at the church’s Fourth of July event, for instance, and give airport shuttle rides to special guests. The team once arranged airport pickups for 65 missionaries visiting Idlewild. They met the missionaries at the airport, took them to their hotels, transported them to the church each day and ferried them around on errands.One volunteer helped organize the logistics by creating an Excel spreadsheet detailing the airline and arrival time of each missionary. The concierge ministry at Idlewild pays attention to details. And that makes a difference for both members and visitors alike. “Everyone there is just super welcoming and genuine,” Cordova said. “It’s not a phony thing. You really feel it’s sincere. I feel like I was led there.” Rich Walker, manager of campus safety at Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church, leads the concierge ministry at the church. The idea is to provide ‘an unexpected personal touch,’ he said. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church sits on 143 acres. Its 12,000 members worship, learn and gather in a 440,000-square-foot build ing, off North Dale Mabry and Van Dyke Road in Lutz. 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Sunlake stays calm, steady even after Pasco upsetBy Michael Murillo The Laker/Lutz News Correspondent Every high school football team has some optimism when they start a new season. But if your first opponent is considered the best in the county — riding a 38-game regular season winning streak — that optimism might be tempered. Unless you’re the Sunlake Seahawks. The Seahawks never trailed in a 17-6 home victory over the Pasco Pirates on Aug. 30. And even though the gridiron crew from Sunlake High School is considered a strong team in their own right, they know it was a special accomplishment to beat someone who hasn’t seen the losing column in the regular season since 2009. “I hate to rank victories, but it was obviously a huge victory just from the fact that Pasco has dominated everybody in the regular season for so long,” said Coach Bill Browning, who has been with Sunlake’s football program since its inception seven years ago. That tenure includes a few previous losses to the Pirates, but Browning feels that other milestone wins in the school’s history contributed to a sense that they could finally turn the corner against the county’s regular-season juggernaut. The Seahawks had a small lead when the marching bands took the field halfway through. While Browning was feeling good about his team’s chances, it wasn’t until the opening plays of the second half that he felt like it was going to be Sunlake’s night. “It was a close game going in at halftime,” Browning said. “We went out (to start the third quarter), received the football and took the first play for a long touchdown. That was huge. I think that gave us the momentum in the second half and they (Pasco) could never re-establish that momentum.”That play was a 64-yard touchdown run by the team’s starting fullback, junior Logan Wolfe. It was Wolfe’s second touchdown of the night and made him the team’s star in one of the school’s biggest wins. But he’s not interested in taking much credit for himself. “The huge run would never have happened if it wasn’t for this team’s offensive line. They produced that huge hole for me to run through, so that 64-yard run was all them,” Logan said. In fact, he credits his teammates on the other side of the ball — the Seahawks’ defense, which frustrated Pasco throughout the evening — with the key to the victory. He believes they have one of the best defenses in the state. Whoever gets to share credit for the big win, Browning is making sure they don’t get too overconfident from it: The Seahawks’ reward for toppling the Pirates was a tough week of practice to prepare for their next game this past weekend. Yet Sunlake persevered, beating River Ridge 25-0, and improving to 2-0 on the season. The team’s goals are the same as before — win the district title and reach the state playoffs. But Browning acknowledges that the win gave the Seahawks a boost and a little swagger, and shows the athletes what they’re capable of accomplishing. But Browning isn’t adopting any new swagger himself: With around 35 years of coaching experience and more than 20 years in the head coach’s role at schools like Hernando High School and Springstead High School in addition to Sunlake, he doesn’t allow himself to become too elated and dejected following a single game. In fact, it wasn’t long after the Friday night win that Browning turned his attention to their next opponent. “To be truthful, Saturday morning I was focused on River Ridge,” Browning said with a laugh. “I’m one who never gets too high, and I don’t get too low. I try to stay at a happy medium. Coaches who don’t do that get on roller coaster rides, and they’re the ones who have a tendency to burn out and don’t last very long in the game.” 813-909-2800 / COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS September 11, 2013 16 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 6A-6 Football StandingsTeam WL PF PA Land O’ Lakes 2 0 56 7 Sunlake 2 0 42 6 Mitchell 2 0 65 47 Springstead 1 1 28 2 Fivay 1 1 48 70Senior Slo Pitch registrationThe Slo Pitch Softball League, geared toward players older than 60, will host registration Sept. 20 beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Land O’ Lakes Recreation Complex, 3932 Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes. Registration will continue every Friday thereafter at the same time. Teams will be balanced, and will play Friday mornings at the community center. For more information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211.U10 tennis festival at MacFarlane ParkMacFarlane Park in Tampa will host a 10 and Under Tennis Festival Sept. 15 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The event is designed for tennis players 10 and younger with equipment appropriate for their size. MacFarlane Park is located at 1700 N. MacDill Ave., Tampa. For more information, call Barbara Soto at (813) 764-3586, email her at or visit WCAA soccer readying winter seasonThe Wesley Chapel Athletic Association is accepting online registration for its upcoming 2013-14 season for both boys and girls.The cost to play is $90 for children ages 3-4, and $135 for kids between 5 and 11. Players receive a game jersey, game socks, soccer shorts and a practice shirt. They will have a chance to participate in eight regular season games, as well as an end-of-season tournament.Those wishing to play will have evaluations scheduled for the week of Sept. 30 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Wesley Chapel District Park, 7727 Boyette Road. For more information, visit For Hope seeks sponsorsThe Holes For Hope golf tournament, planned for Oct. 7 at Lake Jovita Golf and Country Club, is looking for sponsorships ranging from $125 to $2,500. The event benefits the Boys and Girls Club as well as domestic violence group Sunrise of Pasco County. Prizes include a $10,000 holein-one cash prize, two chances to win a car, and a $1,000 closest-to-the-pin prize. For information on how to sponsor, call Linda at (352) 521-3358, or visit soccer league wants playersWith the fall season ready to commence, adult soccer players are being sought to participate in a league that plays men’s, women’s and coed games Sunday afternoons at CrossRoads Community Methodist Church on County Line Road in Wesley Chapel. Players must be 18 or older. For more information, call Colin at (747) 999-5425, or visit Valkyries take on LakelandRoller Derby kicks back into gear Sept. 29 when The Rolling Valkyries host the Lakeland Derby Dames at Astro Skate, 875 Cypress St., Tarpon Springs. Tickets are $8 in advance, and $10 at the door, with children 12 and younger admitted free. Ticket sales benefit Suncoast Primate Sanctuary. Doors open at 10:30 a.m., with the bout scheduled to start at 11 a.m. For more information, visit for foodDance Ferrentino Insurance and Strategic Financial Partners are sponsoring its fifth annual charity golf event to support Feeding America Tampa Bay. The tournament is set for Sept. 27 with a 1 p.m. shotgun start at Westchase Golf Course, 11602 Westchase Golf Drive in Tampa. A Cuban feast and awards ceremony will follow golfing at 5:30 p.m. Feeding America Tampa Bay is the region’s largest domestic hunger-relief charity. It provides food to more than 400,000 people in West Central Florida, and has distributed 35 million pounds of food. For more information, visit skills clinic for girlsSaint Leo University’s women’s basketball team will host a free skills clinic Sept. 28 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Marion Bowman Center on the school’s campus. The clinic will be run by members of the Saint Leo hoops team, and is open to girls in grades kindergarten through 12. For more information, contact Jen Gellock at for Alzheimer’sThe Alzheimer’s Family Organization and Full Circle Financial will host its 13th annual charity golf tournament Nov. 9 with an 8 a.m. shotgun start. The 18-hole, four-person scramble will have its top three teams awarded, as well as those who had the longest drive, was closest to the pin, and a special hole-in-one prize offered by Friendly Kia of New Port Richey. The event will also include a continental breakfast, lunch from Argento’s Italian Bistro, and prizes. The cost is $85 per person, with funds supporting the Alzheimer’s Family Organization. The group services Citrus, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lake, Pasco, Sumter, Pinellas and Marion counties. For more information, call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.Tennis Day of PlayThe Tennis 4 U/Tennis Para Ti of Dade city will host a U.S. Tennis Association free tennis play event in celebration of Nickelodeon’s 10th annual Worldwide Day of Play on Sept. 15 beginning at 3:30 p.m. at Pasco High School, 36850 SR 52, Dade City. The event is part of a nationwide effort to get kids active and involved in tennis during National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month in September. For more information, visit, or call Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061.Build houses, play golfHit the links with a favorite high school golfer and raise money for charity at the same time during the Habitat Business Challenge Charity Golf Tournament, slated for Sept. 2021 at Silverado Golf & Country Club. The country club is at 36841 Clubhouse Drive in Zephyrhills, just off Eiland Boulevard.The tournament, which raises money for Habitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco County, as well as the golf organizations at Zephyrhills and Pasco high schools, teams a high school golfer with three other players as part of a four-person scramble. That golfer is “purchased” during a talent auction on Sept. 20, ready to play on Sept. 21.CRay Inc., Bahr’s Propane Gas & A/C and Silverado have teamed up to host the tournament. The entry fee is $250 per business, and is limited to the first 30 business teams that sign up. The fee includes Saturday golf, three dinner tickets to the Friday mixer and auction, cart, lunch and swag bag. The mixer on Friday begins at 6 p.m., while the tournament itself starts Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Awards include a first-place business challenge trophy for net and gross, along with gross payouts and net prizes paid through pro shop credits. Silverado is also offering a $10,000 hole-in-one prize. To participate or sponsor, call Cliff Howell at CRay at (813) 277-8800, Sean Klotz at Silverado at (800) 853-4653, or Kevin Bahr at Bahr’s Propane Gas & A/C at (813) 782-5013. — Submit your sports updates to Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Sunlake Seahawks head coach Bill Browning doesn’t want his team to become content. Despite ending Pasco High School’s four-year win streak, there is still a long road to the district title. (File photo)


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Quantity limits per customer apply. / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS September 11, 2013 17 By Michael Murillo The Laker/Lutz News Correspondent If you've never seen the Tampa Bay Rebels, a semipro basketball team that plays its home games at Freedom High School in New Tampa, you might wonder if they're any good. Can a local team really play entertaining basketball at a high level? According to team founder and head coach Fernando Rojas, you'd be pleasantly surprised. "My opinion is this: We play the highest level of basketball in the Bay area," he said. "We have had players from the NBA's Developmental League, players that played on NCAA championship teams, and many players with experience in European basketball. This combination of skill and maturity elevates the game higher than any college level." If Rojas sounds confident in his team, it's because they have the history to back it up. Playing in the Florida Basketball Association, the team went 11-1 last year before dismantling the Heartland Prowl in the league's championship game. And in 2013, they followed it up with a 10-2 regular season and another trip to the championship game. This year, the Rebels came within a basket of back-to-back titles, losing 111-109 to that same Heartland Prowl club they defeated the year before. According to Rojas, building a winner in such a short time — the club started operations in 2011 — is no accident. He follows a corporate philosophy, which involves individual responsibility and goal setting, and he wants everyone onboard. That includes staff as well as players. Rojas’ director of scouting, Andrew Phillips, has been onboard since before the Rebels existed. Phillips was also involved with the Tampa Bay Sharks, a touring team Rojas founded before the Rebels, and he believes the Rebels' success begins with its founder. "I think a lot of it just has to do with leadership and the vision that Fernando has put into place,” Phillips said. “From an organizational standpoint, we try to have clear goals and objectives, and we've been fortunate to be able to meet most of those." Those goals include finding talent and executing on the court, but it doesn't stop there. The Rebels stay involved in the community, Rojas said, and he believes it's important for a local team to partner with local charities. "We all live in the same community: Players, fans and coaches,” he said. “It just makes sense to participate and make the lives of others better." The Rebels already have supported groups like Boys & Girls Club and Habitat for Humanity, and will be involved with the Police Athletic League next season. Rojas said he hopes to work with others in the future as well. The Rebels play their games at Freedom, but that's not the only connection to the school. Rojas is in his fourth year as a volunteer assistant coach for the school's varsity team, and he enjoys giving his student-athletes a chance to connect with veterans who have attained success at the collegiate and professional level. "Bringing my semipro team to Freedom gives the young players an opportunity to see players who attended renowned college programs and follow their dreams," Rojas said. Even though the team's season ended last month, the Rebels aren't the kind of franchise to sit idle. Tryouts are scheduled for next March, and Rojas is looking into taking the team abroad to face some foreign competition. And Phillips already is looking at improving the roster for next season with a focus on size at the power forward and center positions. He hopes to add players who will provide depth, and challenge existing team members for expanded playing time. As part of his scouting, Phillips looks at local colleges and leagues for athletes who want to continue playing and have the skills to compete at the level the Rebels demand, which ensures that the team retains its local roots.But regardless of the names on next year's roster, Phillips has confidence in the team because he has confidence in the man guiding them. "We know what we can do, we know what the goals are, and that they can be met,” Phillips said. “And there's a willingness on (Rojas') end to put in the time to get it done.” For more information on the Rebels, visit Tampa Bay Rebels head coach Fernando Rojas gives his semipro basketball team a pep talk from the bench during last year’s 10-2 regular season campaign. 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