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Can mall save room for Wesley Chapel name?


By Michael Hinman
mhinman@lakerlutznews.corn

Now that developers of a proposed out-
let mall just off Interstate 75 took a big step
forward last week with revised site plans for
their 57-acre project, one question remains
on the minds of local businesses: Will the
new mall include "Wesley Chapel" in its
name?
"I think on one hand, we would love to
have our local identity," said John Hagen,
president and chief executive of Pasco
Economic Development Council Inc. "We
would love to see that be more prominent,
but we also benefit from our association
with Tampa and Tampa Bay. It's a mixed bag,
but I see both things."
Simon Property Group, part of the devel-


opment team that's officially JG Cypress
Creek LLC and Tampa Premium Outlets LLC,
have named the project onWesley Chapel
Boulevard and State Road 56 "Cypress Creek
Town Center Premium Outlets Mall."
However, it's unclear whether that name is
just a working title, or if that is a final deci-
sion.
A request for comment from Simon
about the name was still pending when The
Laker/Lutz News went to press.
Wesley Chapel might be part of the
greater Tampa Bay area, but the community
has long sought its own identity, and has
pushed hard for businesses especially
high-profile ones to include "Wesley
Chapel" in names, and not "Tampa."
See MALL, page 14


FILE PHOTO
Plans for Tampa Premium Outlets Mall call
for nine buildings with 482,000 square feet
of retail. It would be the first of seven phas-
es on 57 acres of land off Wesley Chapel
Boulevard and State Road 56.


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Preparations


abound for


area Easter


celebrations
By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@lakerlutznews.corn

One will have food trucks, while another
is encouraging carpooling.
One plans a lakeside "Sonrise" service,
while another will have water baptisms fobl-
lowing its early morning services.
And those are just a few of the variations
on the theme of Easter expressed through
planned celebrations at area churches.
Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church has five
celebrations planned this Easter, including
food trucks onApril 19 and special perform-
ances by the orchestra and choir the next
day, on Easter morning.
The church's website poses the ques-
tion: "Hunting for something more this
Easter? "And then it answers that query with
an invitation to come and discover more at
the Lutz megachurch at 18333 Exciting
Idlewild Blvd.
The church plans "to celebrate the glori-
ous meaning of the Resurrection" with
services set for 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. onApril
19, its website says. Food trucks will be
there from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., that day for any-
one who wants to grab a bite to eat.
On Easter morning, services are planned


PHOTOS COURTESY OF FLORIDA HOSPITAL ZEPHYRHILLS
Mike Holm releases a dove at a sunrise service at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. Holm lives in
Zephyrhills, but leads a church that's located in Lutz.


at 8, 9:30 and 11, with the orchestra and
choir prompting worship. Breakfast treats
will be available and photographers will
take free family photos in the Gatheria, the
church's large gathering space, following


each service.
Mike Holm, a minister who lives in
Zephyrhills but who leads a church in Lutz,
See EASTER, page 14


Pasco agribusiness teacher wants knowledge to grow in Korea


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@lakerlutznews.corn

Kelli Hamilton has a condi-
tion and she isn't a bit ashamed
to admit it.
"I'm an 'ag' nerd," said the
Pasco High School agribusiness
and natural resources teacher.
She's so interested in agricul-
ture that she's planning to
spend a month in South Korea
this summer learning about that
country's agricultural education
programs. Hamilton already has
been to Ireland and to Iowa to


get acquainted with agriculture
in those parts of the world.
She's making the trip to
South Korea through a
University of Florida/Penn State
Program for undergraduate,
graduate and kindergarten
through 12th-grade teachers.
Hamilton is among a group of
teachers from Florida,
Pennsylvania and Connecticut
who are making the trip, travel-
ing with eight students from
Pennsylvania State University,
See TEACHER, page 14


B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO


Kelli Hamilton
enjoys sharing
her knowledge of
agriculture in dif-
ferent parts of
the world with
her students at
Pasco High
School. She
plans to get an
up-close look at
agriculture in
South Korea this
summer through
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New official says he won't dissolve St. Leo


Plus, Wilkeson won't rule
out return to politics

By Michael Hinman
mhinman@lakerlutznews. corn

Ray Davis says the rumor mill in St. Leo
has it all wrong.
Although he's the third Lake Jovita resi-
dent to be elected to the small town's
commission ousting longtime commission-
er Donna DeWitt he's focused on making
sure his neighborhood is no longer a part of
St. Leo, one way or the other. However, Davis
says he has no intention of dissolving the
Town of St. Leo itself to make that happen.
Yet, how he can help de-annexation
along as a commissioner is unclear. The
town attorney has cited past legal opinions
she says forbids St. Leo from de-annexing
the small portion of the Lake Jovita subdivi-
sion inside its town limits.Any area that can
be annexed by a municipality, based typical-
ly on population, cannot be de-annexed,
according to the state attorney general's in-
terpretation of the law.
Because of that, the decision to allow
Lake Jovita to de-annex lies with the legisla-
ture, in a bill introduced last March by state
Rep.Amanda Murphy, D-New Port Richey It
passed its final committee on Friday, and
should soon be heading to the House floor.
"They call me 'Plan B,"' Davis said follow-
ing the election. "You never know what's
going to happen."
Davis did not want to speculate on what


would happen if the
state didn't open the
door for de-annexa-
tion.When asked if he
would vote to dis-
solve the town itself
in that instance, Davis
was non-committal.
Donna DeWiff I think it's wise
not to make a state-
ment based on speculation, and I don't
think that's the smart thing to do," Davis
said.
DeWitt, who expects to get her job back
when Lake Jovita is de-annexed and three
positions suddenly open on the commis-
sion, prays there's a town to come back to.
"Hopefully, they won't do anything dras-
tic until they can get de-annexed out of the
town," she said.
Many projects have been put on hold
while the Lake Jovita issue has remained hot
in recent months,including a request by the
lafrates family to annex 179 acres of land on
St. Leo's south side.Although it's not directly
related to the Lake Jovita issue, commission-
ers decided to delay that prospect until the
de-annexation question is resolved.
Despite the legal opinion, Davis main-
tains the commission still has the power to
vote a de-annexation.The only reason why it
didn't happen before, he said, was because
Lake Jovita didn't have a majority on the
commission until this past election.
DeWitt's support of the de-annexation
did not become known until after he had
filed to run, Davis added.


"We didn't know that, and we had only
heard that through hearsay," he said."Now
we're just waiting to see what happens."

All on-the-job training for
Zephyrhills' newest councilman
Zephyrhills doesn't waste time when it
comes to elections.
Last Monday, less than a week after the
election,Alan Knight was installed as the
new city councilman following his victory
over one-time council president Jodi
Wilkeson. And there isn't even time for
Knight to catch his breath.
Moments after the swearing in, Knight
was asked to consider two board appoint-
ments, donating vehicles to a local college,
who should build a new skate park, and, ac-
cording to the agenda, decide the fate of
City Manager Jim Drumm.
Being a council
member is not as easy
as some make it look,
and there's a steep
learning curve that
Knight, a former high
school principal and
football coach, will
have to endure,
Wilkeson said after Jodi Wilkeson
the election.
I know that he'll do a fine job,";' she said.
"But there's still so much to learn once he
gets up there."
Wilkeson was first elected to the council


in 2008, and described her loss last week as
disappointing.
"I worked as hard as I could, and I can't
imagine another thing I could've done to
garner more votes," she said. "I do think I
was hurt a little bit by Mr. Knight's name
recognition. He's impacted the lives of just a
tremendous amount of people."
Yet, it's the Drumm situation that may be
affected the most from the election.
Wilkeson essentially delayed the council's
attempt to remove Drumm from the city
manager position last month by asking for a
third legal opinion on whether the council
can do that without a supermajority
Her perceived support of the embattled
city manager may have cost her votes as
well,Wilkeson conceded.
"I just feel that it's imperative that we
treat him fairly," she said. "He didn't make
any really egregious missteps, and he helped
get us out of a million-dollar deficit. He had
exactly the skills we needed at the time."
Drumm "did a fine job,"Wilkeson said, but
is a bit introverted, which may have worked
against him in terms of relationships.
As for Wilkeson's political future, she's
not sure what might happen next, but she
isn't ruling anything out.
"I never say never," Wilkeson said. "If a
group of concerned citizens came to me
and said they wanted me to run again and
they would support me, I would consider it.
I enjoy being involved in the community
and bringing my training and education to
the table for the benefit of the city. But I
don't have any aspirations right now."


Birth certificates available at tax office


The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report

Now that driver's licenses and state iden-
tification cards require birth certificates,
Pasco County tax collector Mike Fasano is
offering the sale of birth certificates for
Florida-born customers.


The need for a birth certificate is part of
the state's "Real ID Act," but could also be
needed for other situations as well.
"We are constantly striving to make it as
easy as possible for our customers to comply
with the needs of the federal mandates regard-
ing identification," Fasano said in a release.


"Additionally, a customer may need a copy of
their birth certificate for various other purpos-
es.As long as they were born in the state of
Florida, we will be able to help them secure
an authorized copy of their birth certificate."
The cost for the first certificate is $18.25,
with additional copies available for $8 each.


There is no limit on the number of certifi-
cates an individual can purchase.
Those who want their birth certificate
must show a valid identification in the form
of a driver's license, state-issued ID card, a
passport, military ID, or any other accept-
able government-issued identification.
Local tax collector offices are at 4111
Land 0' Lakes Blvd.,in Land O'Lakes, and at
14236 Sixth St.,Room 100,in Dade City.
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Future of Pasco lives and dies with municipal airports


By Michael Hinman
mhinman@lakerlutznews. corn

The expansion of State Road 56 into
Zephyrhills could be key to a major eco-
nomic boom for Pasco County, and two
candidates seeking to replace state Rep.Will
Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, in Tallahassee
agree state-level leadership must be in place
to make sure it happens.
Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz both
shared their visions for House District 38
during a meeting last week of the Wesley
Chapel Republican Club.The two are seek-
ing the Republican nomination to face
Democrat Beverly Ledbetter in the
November election, and both flexed their
conservative values in front of the small
crowd in the training room at Hyundai of
Wesley Chapel.
"To have State Road 56 coming all the
way to Zephyrhills with our municipal air-
port sitting right here, we are going to
benefit so much as a community, as a district
and as an area," said Burgess, who up until
last Monday was mayor of Zephyrhills. "That
is such an asset for this area."
Yet, proposed projects like the private el-
evated toll road could disrupt plans to start
that expansion in the next two to three
years, with the Florida Department of
Transportation likely going to "hold back"
until a final decision can be made on the
controversial 33-mile project.
"All they are looking for is a green light
or red light by the county to see whether or
not they are going to approve it," Burgess
said. But for the elevated road itself? "It is not
what we want."
Diaz said the developers behind the ele-
vated road project, International
Infrastructure Partners, have far too many
unanswered questions surrounding them
for her to support the project.
"We need to look, as a county, at other al-
ternatives," she said."Sure, we want to go all


MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO
Former Zephyrhills mayor Danny Burgess, left, joins Republican challenger Minnie Diaz in a
political forum at the Wesley Chapel Republican Club hosted by county commission candi-
date Mike Moore.


the way into Zephyrhills so that the east and
west can become more easily accessible. But
the original plans are just too big. I think we
can probably break it up into smaller pieces
and make that work for Pasco County."
Diaz is a native of California, but has lived
in Pasco County for more than a decade after
making her career in the U.S.Air Force. She
has always been excited about the economic
possibilities when it comes to aeronautics,
she said, and Pasco County has two airports
- Zephyrhills and Tampa North Executive
Airport in Lutz just miles apart that could
bookend a major industrial corridor.
"It would be attractive to those in the
manufacturing of aerospace and aviation
technologies," Diaz said."My vision for Pasco
is to make Pasco so attractive, it would be a
secondary hub for these industries, yet not
impact the quality of water and agriculture
that is part of our East Pasco makeup."
While the state should lead the charge,
Diaz says she still supports local govern-


ments having a final say.
"My role (in the House) should be in ad-
vocating economic growth,";' she said. "You
tell me what you want, and I'll see that it's
done on the state level."
One of the key components of listening
closely to local city and county govern-
ments is that leaders at the state and federal
level have a tendency to paint with a broad
brush, Burgess said.
"What is best for Broward County is not
always best for Pasco County," he said. "We
need to absolutely protect our home rule.
That is the doctrine that our state has adopt-
ed many years ago, and it allows our local
governments to make their own decisions,
to adopt their own charters and adopt their
own ordinances."
During the forum, Burgess highlighted
his time as both the youngest city council-
man in the state (he was first elected in
Zephyrhills when he was 18), and later the
youngest mayor in the city's history, fresh


And your most
admired judge is...
House District 38 candidates Danny
Burgess and Minnie Diaz were asked dur-
ing a recent Wesley Chapel Republican
Club forum to identify their favorite U.S.
Supreme Court justice.
It's definitely not Elena Kagan or Sonia
Sotomayor, two justices appointed by
President Obama, Diaz said. Instead, she
likes Clarence Thomas.
"He had to go through those (sexual
harassment) hearings unfortunately and I
think his time is coming up now," Diaz said.
"He needs to step up and confront the
current judges and be more vocal and
create more advocacy for conservatism."
Burgess, himself a lawyer, says he
prefers Antonin Scalia.
"You become fascinated by this man's
legal opinions, the way he words his opin-
ions," Burgess said. "He is really an asset to the
Supreme Court, and I just hope that he can
stick around for as long as he can muster"


out of law school.
Diaz acknowledges she has not held
elective office before, but that hasn't
stopped her from trying to make a differ-
ence when it comes to making laws.A bill
she helped craft was in committee late last
week, she said, and is designed to provide
funding to jails to help train officials on how
to provide services to the mentally ill.
"It will not have cost us any money as
taxpayers," Diaz said."The initiative was writ-
ten in such a way that it requires funding
from other sources like gambling and lot-
tery. It would not create an increase on our
community burden."
The primary election for House District
38 is Aug. 26, with the winner heading to
the general election Nov. 4.


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LEVY JOINS GULFSHORE BANK
Jonathan Levy of Lutz has joined the
board of directors for Tampa-based
GulfShore Bank.
Levy is co-founder and managing partner
of Redstone Investments, having been in-
volved in the real estate and construction
industry for more than 30 years. He started
his career with Burdman Bros., a family-
owned real estate construction and
property management company.
Levy started Redstone in 1987 as JLB
Investments with cousin Lee Burdman.
Based onYoungstown, Ohio, Redstone is a
development, management and acquisitions
company with a focus on shopping center
development.

SEED LIBRARY LAUNCHING
The official launch of The Seed Library
will take placeApril 22 beginning at 10:30
a.m., at Morning Star Fisherman, 33336 Old
St.Joe Road in Dade City.
There will be an open house with free fa-
cility tours until 1:30 p.m.A ribbon-cutting
ceremony is scheduled for 11:30 a.m.,host-
ed by the Greater Dade City Chamber of
Commerce.

FORUM, MIXER WITH
ZEPHYRHILLS CHAMBER
Upcoming events with the Greater
Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce includes
the East Pasco Transportation Forum it's
hosting with the Greater Dade City


Chamber of Commerce April 16 beginning
at 4:30 p.m.
It takes place at the East PascoAdventist
Academy, 38434 Centennial Road, Dade City,
and will discuss Pasco County's Mobility
2040 plan and its impact on businesses and
economic development on that side of the
county.
The chamber will then host a mixer with
Skydive City, 4241 Sky Dive Lane in
Zephyrhills,April 17 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

SOCIAL FOR WOMEN-N-CHARGE
Women-n-Charge will host a social and
open houseApril 17 beginning at 5 p.m., at
City Grill, 5429 Village Market in Wesley
Chapel.
No RSVP or meeting fees are required.
For information, call (813) 600-9848, or
email admin@women-n-charge.com.

MANUFACTURING CAFE AT
SMARTSTART
A manufacturing cafe event hosted by
Pasco-Hernando State College and the
Pasco-Hernando Workforce Board will take
place April 16 from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., at the
SmartStart Incubator, 15000 Citrus Country
Drive, Suite 103,in Dade City.
To reserve a spot, call (727) 816-3227, or
email Margie Burnham at
burnham@phsc.edu.

UPCOMING SCORE SEMINARS
The Pasco-Hernando Chapter of SCORE,
which historically stands for Service Corps
of Retired Executives, will host the follow-
ing upcoming free seminars. For
information, visit Score439.org.
E-Marketing Concepts May 6 at 5:30
p.m., at New Port Richey Branch Library,
5939 Main St., New Port Richey.Attendees
can obtain an understanding of e-marketing
technologies and how they may help to en-
hance the ability of a small business to reach
customers and communicate their brand,
products and services.
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leaving domestic violence shelters to help them acquire safe and affordable housing.
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Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill; May 29 at 5:30
p.m., at New River Branch Library, 34043
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seminar is designed for those planning to
start a business, or who have recently start-
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an effective record-keeping system.
Using the Internet in Your Business
April 24 at 5:30 p.m., at the New River
Branch Library, 34043 State Road 54,
Zephyrhills; May 14 at 5:30 p.m., at Hugh
Embry Branch Library, 14215 Fourth St.,
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business, participants will be walked
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the answers about what works and doesn't
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a sales and marketing plan, how to profile
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learned from competitors.
Banker's Delight Business Plan May 20
at 5:30 p.m., at Greater Hernando County
Chamber of Commerce, 15588 Aviation
Loop Drive, Brooksville. Bankers are not typ-
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plans discussed in most books. Instead, they
just want the facts.This seminar will walk
participants through these dozen or so
pages critical to obtaining financing.
How to Apply for a 501(c)(3) May 20 at
5:35 p.m., at Centennial Park Library, 5740
Moog Road, Holiday, and the same day at
Hudson Regional Library, 8012 Library Road,
Hudson.An interactive seminar designed to
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It used to be the location of a
shipping and printing company. But
if all goes as planned, 3901 Land 0'
Lakes Blvd., will soon be a place to
find merlot, not mailing supplies.
Land 0' Lakes Winery is making
final plans to move into the location
this week, and should be up and run-
ning in a few months. And after
about a year of planning and per-
mits, the owners are excited to start
filling bottles.
"We're pretty psyched," said Sue
Hardy, who owns the new winery
with her business partner, Corey
Kempton. "We're getting so much
positive feedback.The buzz is getting
out there. I think it's just one of
those things where people want
something like this, and there's just
nothing like it out here."
More than just a place to pur-
chase adult beverages, Land 0' Lakes
Winery will feature do-it-yourself
services where friends or families
can come in and actually make their
own wines under professional super-
vision and guidance. The company
also will create several wines under
its own label, and offer an area on-
site where people can socialize and
have a glass of wine or beer along
with some food pairings.
The goal is to make the location a


place where people can make, buy
and try different wines while sup-
porting a local business.
While Hardy is pleased with the
company's progress and eager to get
the doors open, she admits that the
business wasn't automatically a
shoo-in to get approved. Starting a
business that includes the manufac-
ture of wine and consumption of
alcoholic beverages on-site meant
getting conditional use approval
from the Pasco County Commission,
which they picked up late last year.
That decision clears the way for
the company to offer what Hardy be-
lieves will be a unique and fun
experience for area residents who
might want to make wine, then gath-
er for a wine tasting.
Creating their own wine might
not be a common activity for wine
lovers, but Hardy, who enjoys mak-
ing her own, said it's a rewarding
one. Utilizing a community room, the
kits provided will allow a group to
make approximately 30 bottles of
wine from a process that takes be-
tween six to eight weeks. And the
wine they'll create will not only be
cost-effective when compared to
buying similar quality from a tradi-
tional retailer, but should have a
more prominent taste than they
might find in store-bought wine.
"The quality of the wine you
make is so much better. There are


less sulfites," Hardy said. "There's a
very distinct bite to store-bought
wine, and it has to do with the
preservatives that they have to use
so that is has a longer shelf life."
While the wines still contain sul-
fites as they have antioxidant and
antibacterial properties, having a
smaller amount leads to a smoother
taste.
That taste also means a shorter
shelf life:The wine people buy at re-
tail outlets can be stored for
decades, but Hardy said that wine
made in a community room is best
when consumed within about five
years.
Customers also will be able to
purchase the company's own wine
as well.While details have not been
finalized, Hardy said they'll probably
begin with around 20 wines of their
own, as well as other brands from
other manufacturers.
The name of the company and
the street on which it will be located
are not coincidences.While opening
day is still a few months away, Hardy
wants to forge a strong identity with
Land 0' Lakes in the minds of cus-
tomers, and let them know that
they'll be supporting a local business
with strong local ties.
I think it's a pride thing," she
said." I think Land 0' Lakes has come
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By B.C. Manion
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There are supporters and detractors of
the Affordable Care Act better known as
Obamacare but no matter where you
stand on the issue, unless you qualify for a
subsidy, you'll pay higher insurance rates.
That's what Jason Greif, an insurance
agent with U.S. Health Group, told members
of a health insurance reform class at the
SmartStart Dade City incubator April 8.
The insurance agent, who has been in
the industry for eight years, explained
changes in health care law, talking about the
pros and cons of the new requirements, and
the different kinds of insurance coverage
that are available in the health care market-
place. Greif also explained the penalty for
not purchasing health insurance, which is
now mandatory, and he talked about the
risks that people face when they don't have
insurance.
"A lot of people are misinformed," Greif
said.
Part of Obamacare took effect on
March 23,2010, he said, noting that's when
insurance companies had to begin covering
what has been defined as essential health
benefits.
"There are 10 of them'," Greif said.They
include services ranging from child immu-
nizations to maternity care, mammograms to
colonoscopies.
"What do you guys think is going to hap-
pen to the rates if the insurance companies
have to cover everybody's colonoscopy?
They go up," he said. I actually am for
Obamacare for a lot of different reasons. But
it has increased the rates."
Another big change happened on Jan. 1.
That's when insurance companies could no
longer deny coverage.
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'There's nothing I can do.You have diabetes,
I can't get you insurance,'" Greif said.
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less they were able to get covered through a
group.
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proach to healthcare. But for people that are
sick, for people that get a subsidy, it's actual-
ly an amazing program because those
people were not able to get insurance," Greif
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Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., next to the airport
hangar. Cadets range from 12 to 21 years of
age, and senior members are 18 years and
older. For information and a schedule of
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Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church,
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in Immaculata Hall.A discussion of the film
will follow the presentation. For
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SAINT LEO JAZZ CONCERT
The Department of English, Fine Arts and
Humanities at Saint Leo University will
present a jazz ensemble concert "Funk in
Your Face"April 17 at 6 p.m., in Selby
Auditorium, 33701 State Road 52 in St. Leo.
Admission is free. For information, call
Allyson Marino at (352) 588-8662, or email
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MERRYMAKERS PERFORMANCE
The Wesley Chapel Merrymakers will
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of children ages 7 through 12. For
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19 in Holiday, will host a pet adoption
eventApril 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.There
will be free barbecue, classic car and truck
show, vendors, and adoptable pets. For
information, call (727) 534-7481.

KIWANIS CLUB WINE
FUNDRAISER
The Kiwanis Club of GreaterWest Pasco is
hosting a wine tasting fundraiserApril 19 at
1 p.m., at Florida Estates Winery, 25241
State Road 52 in Land 0' Lakes.All
proceeds will benefit needy children of
Pasco County.There will be a silent
auction, raffles and vendors.Admission is
$20.To RSVP, call Tom Burke at (727) 842-


2254, or email
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GULFSIDE SPRING SALE
Gulfside Hospice thrift shops will have an
"eggstraordinary" sale April 19. Customers
get to pick a prize-filled egg for a chance to
receive up to 50 percent off their total
purchase. Shops are open from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m.The Lutz Thrift Shoppe is at 1930 Land
0' Lakes Blvd., and the New Port Richey
Thrift Shoppe is at 6117 State Road 54.

SPRINGTIME AT
OLD LUTZ SCHOOL
The Old Lutz School, 18819 U.S. 41,will
host a springtime eventApril 19 from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m.The event will feature a
museum, yard sale, food and drink, and an
autograph session by Susan MacManus, co-
author of "Citrus, Sawmills, Critters and
Crackers: Life in Early Lutz and Central
Pasco County"The book also will be for
sale. For information, call Suzin Carr at
(813) 453-5256.

WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING
The GFWC Lutz-Land 0' LakesWoman's
Club will meetApril 24 at 9:30 a.m., at the
Lutz Community Center.There will be
coffee and fellowship, a business meeting,
and a guest speaker. For information, visit
GFWCLutzLandOLakesWomansClub.org.

AARP CHAPTER MEETING
The Land 0' Lakes AARP Chapter 4764 will
meetApril 25 at 10:30 a.m.,at the Land 0'
Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land 0'
Lakes Blvd.The Fraud Watch Program will
be featured.A potluck lunch will be


provided. Guests older than 50 are invited.
For information, call (813) 996-1361, or
email pebross@verizon.net.

FOOD TRUCK MADNESS
The Museum of Science & Industry, 4801 E.
Fowler Ave., will host a Food Truck
Madness event featuring "Mythbusters After
Dark"April 25 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission to Food Truck Madness is free.
Additional fees apply for Mythbusters and
Sky Trail. General exhibits will be available
for $5. For advance tickets, call (813) 987-
6000. For information, visit MOSI.org.

'URINETOWN: THE MUSICAL'
Community School of the Arts will present
"Urinetown:The Musical" at 7 p.m. onApril 25
andApril 26, and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. onApril
27.Tickets are $15 at the door. Performances
are at Corbett Prep, 12015 Orange Grove
Drive in Tampa. Parental guidance for the
show is suggested. For information, call Kim
Rostick at (813) 961-3087.

HAIKU EXHIBIT
In recognition of National Poetry Month,
the Pasco Arts Council will present the
exhibit "Expressions" through April 30 at
the art center, 5744 Moog Road in Holiday.
The exhibit includes an original haiku and
artwork.The center is open Tuesday
through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,
and Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1
p.m. For information, call (727) 845-7322.

CRAFT, SALE VENDORS NEEDED
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church,
2348 Collier Parkway in Land 0' Lakes, is
looking for craft and yard sale vendors for
its parking lot sale May 3 from 8 a.m. to
noon. Spaces are $10 each. Proceeds will
go to the youth building fund.Vendors
must bring their own tables and chairs. For
information, call ColeenWard at (813) 997-
0917, or DoreenWard at (813) 997-1045.

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Branch, 5829 Ehren Cutoff in Land 0'
Lakes, is looking for volunteers. Parents
must accompany volunteers younger than
16.Volunteer hours are from 9 a.m. to 4
p.m., Monday through Friday, as well as two
Saturday per month.After-school hours are
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The Laker and Lutz News to answer questions we are frequently asked and to share
with you information about new innovations that make dentistry pain free and affordable.

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A Studies of whitening products from a reputable source such as your den-
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and have shown little effect on hardness or mineral content of a tooth's enam-
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MOORE ADDS ANOTHER
$6K TO CAMPAIGN
Mike Moore continues to prove he can
raise lots of money in a short period of time,
pulling in more cash than all of his chal-
lengers in his run for the Pasco County
Commission.
In March, Moore raised $6,261, bringing
his total to $50,561 in his efforts to replace
Pat Mulieri on the commission. Only former
state Rep. Ken Littlefield was close with
$1,200 over the same time period, bringing
his total to $2,200.
Moore remains committed to raising
money from builders and developers, in-
cluding $1,000 from the Alfonso family in
Tampa, $500 from rancher and developer
Don Porter, and $500 from the commercial
land broker Eshenbaugh Land Co.
In all, those connected with real estate,
development and construction accounted
for $4,400 of Moore's totally monthly haul,
while only $2,800 of it came from Pasco
County residents.
Littlefield had just one major donor in
March, Hodges Family Funeral Home, which
donated $1,000.The third Republican in the
race, Bob Robertson, raised $238 in March,
bringing his overall total to $10,860.
The lone Democrat in the race so far,
Erika Remsberg, raised just $50 small do-
nations from Pasco County residents. She
has raised just $450, but so far, she has not
drawn a primary challenger.
Moore still has $37,000 in the bank
based on money he hasn't spent, while
Robertson still has $4,900 to work with.
Littlefield has $1,600, and Remsberg $140
available.
Moore, Littlefield and Robertson will face
off in the Aug. 26 primary, the winner set to
face Remsberg in November.


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every Thursday
* Toddler Storytime, 10:15 a.m. and 10:45
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* Preschool Storytime, 11:30 a.m., April 25
* Reading Buddies, 10 a.m., every Saturday
* Beginner's Mandarin Chinese, 10 a.m., April 19
* CoderDojo Tampa Bay Area, 11 a.m.,April 19
* Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m., April 22
* Chess Club, 2 p.m., April 12 and April 26
* Japanese Class, 3 p.m., April 26
* Land O'Lakes Book Club, 1:30 p.m., April 16
* Friends of the Land 0' Lakes Library 2:30
p.m., April 16
* A Taste of Sunshine, 5 p.m., April 16


EAST PASCO DEMOCRATS MEET
The East Pasco Democratic Club will
meet April 21 at 7 p.m., at The Commons,
38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.
The speaker will be Lynn Providence of
Legal Shield talking about identity theft.
For information, call (813) 838-0767.

CLAY SHOOT FOR MIKE MOORE
Mike Moore is looking to raise more
money for his Pasco County Commission
campaign with a clay shoot June 21.
It will take place at Tampa Bay Sporting
Clays, 10514 Ehren Cutoff in Land 0' Lakes,
with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m.The
cost would be $125 per person, or $500 per
team of four.All payments would be consid-
ered political donations.
For more information, email mike@mike-
moore20l4.com.

POLL WORKERS NEEDED FOR
AUGUST, NOVEMBER ELECTIONS
Energetic? Service-oriented? Then the
Pasco County supervisor of elections may
be looking for you.
Poll workers are needed for both the pri-
mary election Aug. 26 and the general
election Nov. 4. Positions are paid, but po-
tential candidates will need to be able to
stand, bend, stoop, lift approximately 30
pounds, and have normal vision and manual
and physical dexterity.
All positions receive mandatory paid
training the month preceding both the pri-
mary and general elections.
For information, call (800) 851-8754, or
visit PascoVotes.com.

MOBILE HOURS FOR ROSS
U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Lakeland, will
host mobile office hours May 13 from 2:30
p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Lutz Library, 101 W
Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz.
Other dates in Lutz include June 10,July
8,Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14 and Dec. 9.


* Thursday Afternoon Movie, 1:15 p.m., April 17
* All day closed Good Friday holiday on
April 18
* Kids Crafts -"Spring Has Sprung," 2 p.m.,
April 19
* Young Adult Book Store, 2 p.m., April 19
* Teen Volunteer Training, 5:15 p.m., April 22
* Tablet Time, 10:15 a.m., April 23
* Senior Games, 10 a.m., April 24
* Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten Roundup, 10
a.m., April 26
* Tween Crafts, 2 p.m., April 26
* Tween Popcorn and a Movie, 6 p.m., April 29
The library is closed Sundays and Mondays,
and is located at 2818 Collier Parkway It can
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Pensacola Christian College is a liberal
arts college with an enrollment of 4,500 stu-
dents.
Robert played baseball, basketball and
football at Academy at the Lakes, is an ad-
vanced pianist, and obtained his Florida
insurance license just shy of the age of 18.
He is the son of Robert and Sheri Ellis
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10414 E. Columbus Drive, April 16 from
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HILLEL STUDENTS WINNERS IN ART
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19th Annual Rembrandt Youth Art
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part of the Hillsborough countywide show.
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5- to 6-year-olds: Sam Hyman, third
place,"King of the Jungle"
9- to 10-year-olds: Malina Seldes, first
place,"Under the Sea";AlbertTawil Brown,
honorable mention,"Bamboo"
11- to 12-year-olds:Arielle Solomon, first
place,"Nantucket Dream"; Briana Miele, hon-
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KERVIN MAKES HONOR LIST
Audrey Kervin of Lutz was named to the
Honor List of Oxford College, a two-year lib-
eral arts division of Emory University in
Oxford, Ga., for the fall semester.
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said Easter is a tremendously important day
in the Christian calendar.
"It's because the Resurrection of Jesus is
the central event of all humanity," said Holm,
who is pastor of Calvary Chapel of Tampa in
Lutz, and president of the
Zephyrhills/Wesley Chapel Ministerial
Association.
Jesus' death and Resurrection means
"that death has been defeated," Holm said, al-
lowing for "complete reconciliation" with
God.
While St.Timothy Catholic Church is wel-
coming worshippers, it's advising them that
they may want to attend an earlier Mass or
to carpool.The church, at 17512 Lakeshore
Road, has fewer parking spaces because of a
construction project at its campus.
Its Mass schedule includes an EasterVigil
Mass at 8 p.m. onApril 19, an Easter Sunrise
Mass at 7 a.m., and Easter Masses at 9 a.m.,
11 a.m., and 1 p.m. onApril 20.
For those who like to get up with the
birds, Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic
Church at 2348 Collier Parkway in Land 0'
Lakes, will have a 6 a.m. Easter sunrise serv-
ice.The church also will have an Easter Vigil
Mass at 7:30 p.m. on April 19 and Easter
Sunday Masses at 7:45 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and
11:30 a.m.
Its Spanish Mass is at 1:30 p.m.
At First United Methodist Church in Lutz,
960 Lutz Lake Fern Road, worshippers will
have plenty of choices. There's a lakeside
Easter "Sonrise" service at 7 a.m.,followed
by a traditional chapel service at 8 a.m., a
blended service at 9:45 a.m., and a contem-
porary service at 11 a.m.
There's also a pancake breakfast be-
tween services, with a donation box
available for diners to make contributions.
On its website, First United Methodist en-
courages worshippers to bring fresh
flowers to adorn the cross, signifying that
new life comes through the death and
Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Grace Family Church, at 5101 Van Dyke
Road in Lutz, is inviting worshippers to
Easter Sunday services at 7 a.m., 9:30 a.m.,
and 11:30 a.m.A water baptism will follow
the 7 a.m. sunrise service.


Some of the highlights of Easter
services around the area include:
Lutz First Baptist, 18116 N. U.S. 41,
April 18 at 7 p.m., and April 20 at both 9
a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Northpointe Church, 2427 Old
Cypress Creed Road in Land 0' Lakes:
April 19 at 6:30 p.m., and April 20 at 9:15
a.m. and 11 a.m.
Benedictine Sisters of Florida, Saint
Leo University 33201 State Road 52 in St.
Leo: April 19 Easter Vigil at 8 p.m., and
Easter Sunday Mass at 10:30 a.m.
Heritage Church, 1854 Oak Grove
Blvd., Lutz: Easter Sunday services at 9:30
a.m. and 11 a.m.
Keystone Community Church,
21010 State Road 54 in Lutz: Easter Sunday
sunrise service at 7 a.m., and late service
at 10:30 a.m.
Messiah Lutheran Church and
Preschool, 14920 Hutchison Road in
Tampa, Easter Sunday outdoor sunrise
service at 7 a.m., and contemporary serv-
ice at 9:45 a.m.
Van Dyke Church, 17030 Lakeshore
Road in Lutz: Easter services at 4 p.m. and
6 p.m. on April 19, and at 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.
and 12:30 p.m. on April 20.
St. Peter the Apostle Catholic
Church, 12747 Interlaken Road in New
Port Richey Easter Sunrise service at 7:30
a.m. in the church parking lot, but it will
move indoors if it is raining. There also will
be an Easter Vigil at 7:45 p.m. on April 19
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versities.
While in South Korea, they will see the
country's Future Farmers of Korea program,
which is based on FFA. They also will ob-
serve various levels of education programs
and various agricultural techniques.
The trip begins June 14 and concludes
July 13.
I'm pumped," Hamilton said."I definitely
want to learn more about how they do their
education system."
She hopes to pick up different teaching
techniques and to have a better understand-
ing of the differences between agriculture
in South Korea and agriculture here.
"I'm intrigued about the Korean agricul-
ture just because it's a developing country,"
Hamilton said."They've had a lot of strife in
the past 50,60,70 years, so I want to see
how they're changing and adapting to
that."
The study abroad course and experience
is a joint venture between the Department
of Agricultural Education and
Communication at the University of Florida,
and the Department of Agricultural and
Extension Education at Penn State.
In an essay explaining why she wanted
to study abroad in Korea, Hamilton wrote,
"When traveling overseas, we are able to see
the same thing through a different set of
lenses.
"Agriculture is in every corner of this
planet," she added. "It is different in some
ways, but ultimately the same."
She also expressed confidence that she
could transfer the knowledge she gains into
lessons in her Pasco High classroom.
Hamilton already knows how to give stu-
dents real-world lessons, saidAmber Hill, 17,
a senior.
"She's an amazing teacher. She doesn't
just give us facts. She gives us hands-on op-
portunities. She cares about what you learn,"
Hills said.
Besides investing her time in the trip,
Hamilton also is investing her money. She's
eager to make the trip.
"I'm pumped," Hamilton said. "I'm going
there to see how they do agriculture educa-


tion, at all different levels from elementary
to high school to college."
Recently, Hamilton was talking to her stu-
dents about differences that farmers
encounter in different parts of the world.
She talked to them about how terrain,
equipment, weather, water and soil fertility
can influence what crops are produced and
where they are marketed.
She talked about some of the strengths
and pitfalls of modern machinery and tech-
nology that today's farmers can use.
"I actually went to visit a farm in Iowa.
They have this huge sprayer, and it was on a
pilot," Hamilton said. "Basically, they use
GPS."
By using modern technology, farmers
can fully utilize the space they have, can re-
duce manual labor, and can use less fuel,
she said.
But there can be a downside.
"There was a lot of rain this past year, so
part of the field had fallen down into the
river, Hamilton said. "The tractor was on au-
topilot and it didn't account for that
terrain washing into the river, so he (the
farmer) ended up flipping his brand-new
sprayer."
The farmer went into the river with it,
and it turns out that it's not so simple to
shut down the computer system, she said.
There's a lot of debate in the United States
and internationally about the benefits and
risks of new technology, she said.
Hamilton also talked with the students
about the economics of agriculture and the
rules of supply and demand. If there's a high
supply and a low demand, prices drop, she
told them.
Courtney Nathe, 17, said she hopes
Hamilton will create a presentation that the
teacher can share with students when she
returns.
"I definitely think it's a good opportunity
for her, just to see what it's like in an inter-
national market," Nathe said.
She also thinks Hamilton is a worthy can-
didate for the program and will be able to
convey what she learns to her students.
"She makes class interesting. She commu-
nicates well with teenagers," Nathe."She's
young enough that she does understand
(teenagers), so it makes the class a little bit
more interesting and we learn."


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Because this mall will be so prominent
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place maker for Pasco.
"Outlet malls draw regionally and nation-


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thing, and we see it in some respect as a
tourism play," Hagen said. "Once you get
things going there, we can leverage some
hotel development, and you'll probably see
some office buildings as well as an area like
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Hagen points to The Shops atWiregrass
as a prime example of what a major shop-
ping center can do, especially as other
businesses come to fill in around it.
The revised plans call for the entire mall
property to be constructed in seven phases,
beginning with outlet mall itself. The mall
calls for nine buildings with 482,000 square
feet of retail. Overall, the project is calling
for 1.1 million square feet of retail space.
The mall got back on track last
November after developers finalized an
agreement with the U.S. Army Corps of
Engineers about how the project would im-
pact surrounding wetlands and waterways.
Back then, Simon officials said the mall
could open as early as the end of this year.


However, County Administrator Michele
Baker later put that timeframe somewhere
around summer 2015.
There are still other questions to answer
beyond the mall itself, including what plans
are to expand and extend Wesley Chapel
Boulevard, and other infrastructure improve-
ments needed to accommodate the mall.
"That particular piece of road, down to
State Road 54, is already designed," Baker
told members of the GreaterWesley Chapel
Chamber of Commerce back in January.
"When we balance our capital improvement
budget, we look at the needs for the what
and where, and we balance that. The road
got pushed out because we didn't have a
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Pets give patients paw-inspiring boost at St. Joe's


By Michael Murillo
mmurillo@lakerlutznews. corn

Hospital patients enjoy getting visitors, whether
they're friends, family, neighbors or church mem-
bers.
But sometimes it's the visitors on four legs that
bring out the biggest smiles.
"Everybody enjoys a visit from a therapy dog',"
said Ron Graff, whose Golden Retrievers,Journey
and Jason, make weekly visits to St. Joseph's
Hospital-North on Van Dyke Road in Lutz."I get
comments from patients all the time that many of
them are missing the pets that they have at home,
and it was just great to be able to spend a little bit
of time talking to the dog or petting the dog."
Graff brings one of his dogs to either the St.
Joseph's location in Lutz or Tampa a couple of
times a week, and spends about 90 minutes walk-
ing the halls and seeing if patients would like a
visit from a therapy dog. Many say yes, and each
session lasts up to 15 minutes as patients interact
with them and enjoy a break from the routine life
of a hospital stay.
Patients also like to hear information and sto-
ries about the dogs, especially Journey. Born
without a front left paw, the 5-year-old gets around
just fine with the help of prosthetics.
So when Journey at 75 pounds and Jason at 90
pounds make their way down the hallway, they at-
tract attention for several reasons, and find
themselves welcome in many rooms.
Graff pointed to studies showing health bene-
fits of human interaction with pets, but said the
response from seeing one of his dogs on visiting
day is immediate and easy to see.
"There are certainly situations where patients
are very quiet and somewhat withdrawn'," he said.
"They just brighten up when the dogs come in,
and as we leave, they're clearly feeling much better
about it."
Nurses also will direct him toward patients
who might be having a tough day, received diffi-
cult news, are struggling with treatment, or simply
could use a visitor.
It's not just the patients who look forward to


their visits, volunteer resources auxiliary coordina-
tor Karen Telfer said.
"At the nurse station, as soon as they see them
approaching you can tell that they can't wait to
come and say hello,";' she said."They know all the
dogs by name. It just seems like a real morale
booster for the staff."
There are currently six dogs in the rotation at
St.Joseph's-North Graff's dogs are two of them,
Telfer said. Each one is trained, evaluated and certi-
fied by a nationally recognized dog therapy
organization.
All of the dogs must be up-to-date on vaccina-
tions and shots and undergo health screenings.The
owners also go through normal hospital volunteer
protocol.
While the pet therapy has been around for a
while at the Tampa location, it's relatively new in
Lutz: St.Joseph's-North began its program just last
July. In that time,Telfer believes the program has al-
ready reaped dividends in the form of happier
patients and genuine anticipation of their visits.
"It cheers them up and boosts their morale,"
she said. "We've actually had one patient say they
hoped they were still there the next week to see
that dog again."
In fact, the feedback has been so positive and
implementation so easy,Telfer would like to see it
expanded at some point in the future. Right now
they have one service dog coming each weekday
between the hours of 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Her goals for the program include expanding so
two or three service dogs could be scheduled on
those days, as well as finding possible weekend op-
tions.
Graff enjoys giving back to the community and
volunteering his time, along with Journey and
Jason, to benefit others. But he said the best part of
the experience is being able to reflect on what
they accomplish after each visit.
"My favorite part is really just seeing the reac-
tion from patients, and after about an hour or an
hour-and-a-half, heading home and knowing that
we've been able to make at least one person feel
better even though they're in the hospital," Graff
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2014 in March. Cadets worked alongside active-duty
U.S. Air Force personnel in providing information about
displayed aircraft and staffing the recruitment booth.
Shown are Civil Air Patrol cadets on the flight line at
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One tree at a time
Members of the Lutz Land 0' Lakes Lions Club hosted its second annual community tree
planting at Conner Preserve in Land 0' Lakes Feb. 8. The Lutz Boy Scout and Cub Scout Troop
12, GFWC Lutz-Land 0 Lakes Woman's Club, Lions Club MD35-1, District Gov. Andrew Moos,
First Vice District Gov. Judy Galm, Second Vice District Gov. David Skillin, and Southwest
Florida Water Management District land managers Allen Milligan and Chris Reed assisted with
the project. The group planted 2,000 long leaf pines, purchased by Swiftmud, using shovels
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The Florida Department of Business and
Professional Regulation is warning
Floridians of the danger of hiring unlicensed
certified public accountants to assist in per-
sonal and business financial needs.
In Florida, CPAs are required to have a
professional license.
"As tax season approaches, many
Florida families and business owners are
facing the arduous task of preparing their
financial and may need to hire a CPA,"
said Ken Lawson, secretary of DBPR, in a
release. "There are many financial and tax
professionals that can assist with various


financial needs, but only CPAs are licensed
by the state and can provide specific serv-
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Licensed CPAs have successfully passed
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meeting the necessary education and expe-
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Tips for talking with aging

parents about their future


The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report

Sometimes the most important family
conversation can be the most uncomfortable
to initiate. Especially those concerning the
health and well-being of an aging loved one.
But such discussions shouldn't wait, ex-
perts say.
"Ignoring the inevitable will only leave
you unprepared for the future," said Virginia
Morris, elder care expert and author of the
book,"How to Care forAging Parents."
"Remember, talking about the worst-case
scenarios won't make them come true, and
refusing to talk about them won't make
them go away."
In Morris' new book, she offers a one-
stop resource to those caring for an older
loved one, with advice on medical, financial,
housing and emotional issues. Here are
some of her tips:

LISTEN
However the conversation is launched,
start by listening, even when there are spe-
cific issues that need to be discussed, or
firm convictions about what should be
done. Don't interrupt.Acknowledge what
was heard, and or has been said.
A parent likely has previously unvoiced
fears and hopes that haven't even been con-
sidered. By listening first, it is possible to
learn something, and a parent will be more
likely to listen to other views.


THINGS TO AVOID
There are several common conversation-
al mistakes to avoid that could leave a
parent feeling defensive, from nagging and
lecturing to making promises that may not
be kept.
"There are few more effective ways of
blocking any further conversation than by
making decisions and presenting them as a
master plan to a parent," Morris said.
Also, don't arrive armed with paperwork.
Pages of legal documents and brochures
about retirement homes will likely over-
whelm a parent.

GET SPECIFIC
Talk, really talk, to parents about their
medical states and wishes concerning ag-
gressive medical care. Encourage them to
sign living wills and health care proxies, but
also realize these documents are just a start-
ing point.
Don't accept vague comments like
"don't drag it out." Push the conversation
further.
It may not be pleasant to discuss end-of-
life scenarios, but knowing a parents' wishes
could help save a family from future untold
agony and grief.

More information and resources can be
found at CareForAgingParents.com.
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Concerned about an aging loved one? Opening up the lines of communication is the first step
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Businesses should be worried

about identity theft, as well


The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report

The theft of someone's identity can be a
life-changing event that takes years to over-
come.
But it can be worse for a business that
would have to recover from a potential ru-
ined credit history and large amounts of
debt.
The recent debit and credit card breach
at retail chain Target Corp. should be a re-
minder to protect vital information because
a stolen identity could be the beginning of a
financial disaster that could last for years.
Business identity theft is more common
than most people think, according to
Stevens & Stevens Business Records
Management Inc. in Florida. With the
Internet offering numerous opportunities to
search the Web for information, complete
transactions and collaborate via email or so-
cial networking sites, it's important to take
precautions to protect personal and busi-
ness information online.
"Some of the most basic precautions in-
clude locking your computer when you
step away, using firewalls, anti-virus software
and strong password, installing appropriate
software updates, and being local when
browsing or using email," said Marshall
Stevens, co-owner of Stevens & Stevens, in a
release."Following good security practices is
a key step in safeguarding your informa-
tion."
While there is no way to guarantee pro-
tection from identity thieves, there are steps
that can be taken to try and help:


Protect computers. Many employees
have access to business computers.
Employee access to programs or databases
containing sensitive information should be
reviewed regularly.
Choose strong, unique passwords.
When setting account passwords, make
sure it's at least eight characters, and is
made up of a combination of numbers and
letters that are both upper and lower case.
Never use the same password for all ac-
counts.
Be wary of suspicious informa-
tion. Trust your instincts. If an email or
email attachment seems suspicious, don't
open it. Don't be fooled by emails asking for
personal information, and don't click on un-
familiar links or attachments.
If it sounds too good to be true, it
probably is. You've probably seen emails
promising rewards or monetary gifts. But re-
gardless of what the email claims, you need
to be aware of false promises as they are
most likely spam or phishing schemes.
Install updates right away. Since
your information could be lost or compro-
mised, back up your information on a
regular basis.Your backups will help you
identify what has been changed or lost.
Database backups should always be stored
in a safe, secure area.
Be sure all employees are up to date on a
company's security policy. Discuss email
and Internet policies, computer network ac-
cess, how to increase browser security
settings, and how to deal with suspicious
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Finally! PHSC gets first no-hitter after 23 years


By Michael Murillo
mmurillo@lakerlutznews. corn

Steve Winterling has been coaching at
Pasco-Hernando State College since the
school began its baseball program back in
1992.
He's seen a lot of things on the field dur-
ing that time, but on March 26 he saw
something he had never seen before: One of
his pitchers throw a no-hitter.
Freshman Danny Rodriguez struck out
nine batters in seven innings of work in the
Conquistadors' 13-0 victory against Morton
College.The game was seven innings long
because it was part of a double-header,
which is common at the collegiate level.
His efforts however earned Rodriguez
National Junior College Athletic Association
Pitcher of the Week for Division II baseball.
"It's always exciting when you get
those,"Winterling said. "We've had several
one-hitters over the years.They (no-hitters)
just don't happen a whole lot."
While he was excited for his player and
team,Winterling isn't obsessed with game
statistics. He had to go back to his office and
confirm that it was indeed the first no-hitter
in school history.
The no-hitter itself also was special be-
cause it was executed so well, Winterling
said. Morton College only had two men
reach base all game, and both of those were
due to PHSC errors. Rodriguez didn't walk a
single batter in the contest.
It also was an impressive accomplish-
ment because the Conquistadors had a large
lead,Winterling said, which sometimes al-
lows pitchers to relax and lose focus since
the game is likely in hand.
Because the school only gets its athletes
for a couple of years,Winterling said he's
used to relying on freshmen for success on
the field, and Rodriguez has the characteris-
tics he likes in young players. Specifically, he
prefers athletes who are able to keep cool


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Freshman Danny Rodriguez, a Steinbrenner High School graduate, threw Pasco-Hernando
State College's first no-hitter in the 23-year history of the baseball program.


under pressure and not let emotions domi-
nate their play.
"He has a very good baseball mind. He's
got a good temperament,"Winterling said of
Rodriguez. "He's not an emotional kid, really.
He's in control of himself."
Rodriguez hasn't let his no-hitter affect


that control or his focus on continuing his
strong freshman campaign. He said it was a
great moment, but he was just doing what
he's supposed to do.
I wasn't trying to (throw a no-hitter) at
all. I was just trying to do my job and keep
the ball down,";' Rodriguez said.


Rodriguez showed prowess as a pitcher,
but one interesting fact about his past on
the baseball diamond is that he was a starter
at Stciibrciiucr High School at shortstop.
He didn't see much time on the mound
during his high school campaign. But with a
6-2 record in his freshman year for PHSC,
and a no-hitter already under his belt,
Rodriguez is feeling comfortable in that
role.
However, he hasn't abandoned his old
position entirely.
"Now I think of myself more as a pitcher,
but I still think of myself as a middle infield-
er, too,";' he said."I still practice with them."
As rewarding as it was to record a no-hit-
ter for the individual, the team and the
school, both player and coach are on the
same page regarding how long they allowed
themselves to bask in the moment: Not long.
I didn't forget about it, but I know I
have to work on my next start and keep fo-
cused on that, Rodriguez said.The no-hitter
was nice, but I have to stay focused."
That focus paid off in his next start, a win
April 4 against Clearwater Christian College.
After the no-hitter, Winterling didn't
spend much time celebrating, either, opting
instead to focus on the team's next game
and their effort to reach the postseason.As
the only NJCAA Division II school in the
state, PHSC has to qualify for a regional tour-
nament in North Carolina by playing at least
.500 baseball during the season.
After starting the year 1-6, the
Conquistadors found their footing and won
17 of their next 22 games.As a result, the
team is on the cusp of the tournament de-
spite a recent cold streak.
So while the accomplishment is one for
the record books, both coach and player
have moved on to the team's goals.
"I let the kids enjoy it.That's something
for the kids to enjoy,"Winterling said."I go
back and do my work and get ready for the
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Doubles tennis players sought
Tennis 4 u/Tennis Para Ti is looking for
doubles tennis players for matches in Dade
City. The organization also is offering pri-
vate and group tennis lessons for players of
all ages and skill levels. For information, call
Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061, or e-mail
jmarcusddm@gmail.com.

The Pasco Challenge raises
more than $7,000
The Pasco Challenge, benefiting the
Alzheimer's Family Organization, attracted
more than 400 participants.
The event, which included a 5-kilometer
run, 10k run, 25k bike tour plus a one-mile
walk, was held March 8 and raised more
than $7,000.
It took place at the Jay B. Starkey
Wilderness Park, 10500 Wilderness Park
Blvd., in New Port Richey

Steinbrenner golf tourney May 17
The Steinbrenner High School football
team will hold its fifth annual golf tourna-
ment May 17 at the Heritage Harbor Golf
Course, 19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway in
Lutz. The event, which benefits Warriors
football, will include an auction with both
live and silent bidding.
Registration begins in the clubhouse at
noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Sponsorships also are available. For informa-
tion, visit TournEvents.com/20 l4Warriors.


Wesley Chapel chamber golf tourney
The GreaterWesley Chapel Chamber of
Commerce will host its second annual golf
tournament May 2.The four-person scram-
ble will benefit the Lions Club of Wesley
Chapel.
Registration and lunch will begin at 11
a.m., with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. An
awards reception follows play. For informa-
tion, visit WesleyChapelChamber.com.

Central Pasco Chamber golf
tourney May 16
The Central Pasco Chamber of
Commerce will hold its 28th Annual Golf
Tournament May 16 at the Heritage Harbor
Golf Course, 19502 Heritage Harbor
Parkway in Lutz. The shotgun start is at 1
pm.
The cost is $70 for individuals or $260
for a foursome. It includes greens fees, cart,
range balls and a barbecue awards dinner.
Sponsorships are still available.
For information, call (813) 909-2722, or e-
mail office@centralpascochamber.com.

Drive 'Fore' Technology golf tourney
Seven Oaks Elementary School will host
its Drive "Fore"Technology golf tournament
May 17 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club, 26133
Lexington Oaks Blvd., in Wesley Chapel.
Proceeds will be used to purchase technolo-
gy items for the classroom.
Registration begins at 11 a.m., with a
shotgun start at 1 p.m.
The cost is $95 per player, or $360 for a
foursome.
There will be contests, prizes and a
catered dinner.
For information, e-mail SamanthaWeitort
at sweitort@pasco.kl2.fl.us.


Soccer camp highlights Spanish style
Ejje Soccer Academy is accepting regis-
trations for its Tiki-Taka Day Camps this
summer at 3032 Collier Parkway in Land 0'
Lakes.
The camps are named for Spanish-style
soccer that emphasizes short, crisp passing,
and ball control. Coaches from Spain's soc-
cer leagues will be on hand, and select
attendees could be chosen to travel and
showcase their talents in Spain.
The camps will be July 14-18 and July 21-
25. For information, call (813) 355-6671 or
visit ProSoccerSpain.com.

Basketball camps at Saint Leo
The Saint Leo University men's basket-
ball team will host three basketball camps in
June for boys ranging from first grade
through high school.
A two-day shooting camp will be June 6-
7, the camp of champions will be June 9-12,
and the Nike overnight camp will be June
15-18.
All camps will be at the Marion Bowman
Activities Center at the Saint Leo University
campus, 33701 State Road 52.
For information, call (800) 334-5532, or
visit SaintLeoLions.com.

Travel baseball tryouts on April 27
The Rockstar Rebels Travel Ball Academy
will have tryouts for its fall baseball teams
on April 27 from 1 to 4 p.m., at Bishop
McLaughlin Catholic High School, 13651
Hays Road in Spring Hill.
The organization will field six teams for
players ages 7 through 14.
The tryouts will be structured like a
practice, with select players invited to take
part in the summer training regimen.


For information, call Coach Ryan Pryor at
(813) 992-1030, or e-mail ryan@rockstar-
baseball.com.

Knights of Columbus golf tourney
The Knights of Columbus will host its
22nd Annual Memorial Golf Tournament
May 4 at Quail Hollow Golf Course, 6225
Old Pasco Road inWesley Chapel.
The event, which begins with a four-per-
son scramble at 1 p.m., also includes a
putting contest. The entry fee is $100 per
golfer, and includes dinner and 15 raffle tick-
ets.Anyone with a team of four pays $80 per
golfer.
The event benefits homeless children
and military support efforts. Hole sponsor-
ships also are available.
For information, call Joe Stanziani at
(813) 907-6217, or visit KnightsLOL.org.

Oasis golf tourney at Sherman Hills
Oasis Pregnancy Care Centers will host a
golf tournament April 26 at Sherman Hills
Golf & Country Club, 31200 Eagle Falls
Drive in Brooksville.
Oasis is a faith-based nonprofit in Land
0' Lakes that offers support to women and
families. Registration is open, and sponsor-
ships are available. For information, call
(813) 406-4965.

Senior SIo Pitch registration
The Slo Pitch Softball League, geared to-
ward players older than 60, will host
registration every Friday beginning at 8:30
a.m. at the Land 0' Lakes Recreation
Complex, 3932 Collier Parkway in Land 0'
Lakes.Teams will be balanced, and play
Friday mornings. For information, call Walt
Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211.


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and biked to support theAlzheimer's Family
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support the organization's programs and
services. For information on the Alzheimer's
Family Organization, call (727) 848-8888.

Back pain presentation
The Spine Care Centers ofWest Florida
at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,
14000 Fivay Road in Hudson, will present a
lecture on lumbar spinal stenosisApril 17 at
3 p.m. Guest speaker is neurosurgeon Dr.
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The lecture is free, but reservations are
required. Refreshments will be served.
For information, call (727) 869-5498.


Man to Man support
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April 17 at 5 p.m.
Discussions include early detection, signs
and symptoms, prognosis, disease stages,
and various therapies and medications.
For information, call (727) 372-9159.

Huntington's Disease group
The Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State
Road 54, is hosting a support group for anyone
whose life is affected by Huntington's disease.
The group will meetApril 17 at 6:30 p.m. For
information, call Nina Qualters at (727) 236-
3578, or email npappasqualters@gmail.com.

Pediatric CPR course
The obstetrics program at Medical Center
ofTrinity 9330 State Road 54, is offering a pedi-
atric/infant CPR course April 19 at 9 a.m.
Participants can learn the skills of the American
Heart Association course "CPR for Family and
Friends." Cost is $15 per person, or $25 for two.
For reservations, call (727) 834-5630.

Hospitals offer recycling
In commemoration of Earth Day,
Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,
14000 Fivay Road in Hudson; and Oak Hill
Hospital, 11375 Cortez Blvd., in Spring Hill,
are offering a recycling opportunity for staff


and the public April 22.
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Bayonet Point from 9 a.m. to noon, and at
Oak Hill from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.
In addition, documents will be accepted
for shredding by Cintas Corp. For informa-
tion, call (727) 869-5413 or (703) 297-7467.

Arthritis seminar for seniors
Hillsborough CountyAging Services will
present "Experts inArthritis" from the U.S.
Bone and Joint Initiative April 23 at 11:15
a.m., at the Lutz Senior Center, 112 FirstAve.,
N.W For information, call (813) 264-3803.

Stem cells and back pain
The Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State
Road 54, will host the seminar "Your Stem
Cells for Back Pain"April 23 at noon.
Discussions will include stem cell thera-
py, degeneration and pain.
Admission is free, but reservations are re-
quired.A complimentary light lunch will be
served. For information, call (727) 834-5630.

Caregiver support group
Florida CancerAffiliates will host a caregiv-
er support group meetingApril 23 at 6 p.m.,
at its New Port Richey center, 5500 Little
Road. The group is open to anyone who is
looking after a sick loved one, watching over
an elderly parent, raising a grandchild, caring
for a child with a mental or physical disability


or mental illness, or simply helping out anoth-
er. For information, call (727) 372-9159.

Sibling classes
The obstetrics program at Medical
Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, is offer-
ing a sibling class for children ages 7 years
and olderApril 23 at 5 p.m.
The class will help prepare children for
the arrival of a new baby. Cost is $10 per
child. For information and reservations, call
(727) 834-5630.

OLOR cancer network
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church
Family Cancer Network meets the second
and fourth Thursday of the month in Rosary
Hall at the church, 2348 Collier Parkway in
Land 0' Lakes, beginning at 7 p.m. Cancer
survivors and caregivers are welcome to at-
tend. For information, call (813) 949-4565.

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Pasco County government offices, includ-
ing the constitutional offices and the courts,
will be closed April 18 in observance of
Good Friday.
All government offices and the courts
will reopen onApril 21.
The Pasco CountyTax Collector's Office
will be closed onApril 18 andApril 19,re-
opening April 21.
The libraries will be closed Friday, but
will reopen Saturday at regular hours.
Recreation centers will close April 18, but
parks and beaches will remain open from
dawn to dusk.


Pasco County Animal Services will be
dosed for the holiday, but an animal control of-
ficer will be available for emergencies only.The
adoption center and intake/reclaim shelter will
reopen Saturday at noon.The administrative of-
fices will reopenApril 21 at 8 a.m.
Buses with Pasco County Public
Transportation will not runApril 18, but will
resume Saturday on its normal weekend
schedule.
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Facility and the East Pasco Transfer Station
will be closedApril 18. However, they will
remain open to licensed commercial
haulers only.
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Sea lion winners earn

tickets to Lowry Park Zoo
The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report --- .. .
Winners were announced in the Sea Lion .
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Sophia Luna, 8,is in second
New River Elementary School. S.
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time she likes music, dance and ai
Dystyne Turner, 11, is in i
at Taylor Elementary School. Shea
ter to her sea stars. When not
Dystyne loves playing with all her
dog, two birds, three fish and four


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Jet Griffis, 7, is in first grade at Pine
View Elementary School. His sea lion stands
out great against his green background. Jet
likes math, and soccer in his free time.
Emily Proctor, 10, is in fifth grade at
Connerton Elementary School. She used
dark background colors to make her sea
lion stand out. Emily likes softball, soccer
and animals.
Matthew Marquise, 11, is in fifth
grade and is home-schooled in Land 0'
Lakes. In his free time, Matthew likes playing
with Legos. He blended colors together to
create a cool effect.
Sydney Masse, 13, is in sixth grade
and is home-schooled in Land 0' Lakes. In
her free time, Sydney loves to draw and re-
search animals. She put amazing details in
her picture, and it's obvious that she spent a
lot of time on it.


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Megan Cary, 8, is in second grade at
Sand Pine Elementary School. Megan used
lots of blue in her picture to make it look
Like it's underwater. In her free time, she en-
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o Abigail Hardin, 8, is in third grade
and is home-schooled inWesley Chapel. She
d grade at used little touches of glitter through her pic-
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In her free and animals.
aimals. Sara Yuen, 9, is in fourth grade at
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r pets: one cheerleading and gymnastics.
turtles. Amanda Figueroa, 17, is a junior at
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y very realistic with soft colors.Amanda is in-
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Luke Sallustio, 4, colored his whole
picture with lots of colors. Luke's parents
say he loves art, drawing and superheroes.
Christian Rivera, 6,is in kindergarten
at Lutz Elementary School. Christian made
his sea lion brown, surrounded by bright or-
ange coral. He also loves animals.
Ayden Easterberg, 9, is in third grade
at Maniscalco Elementary School. Ayden
used dark outlines in his picture to make
things stand out. In his free time, he enjoys
soccer, swimming and animals.
Annabelle McClintock, 13, is in sev-
enth grade, and is home-schooled in Lutz.
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