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Auto Accident? Slip and Fall? HOLLIDAY BOMHOFF KARATINOSFREE CONSULTATIONNo Fees Or Costs Unless You Win P.L.Attorneys at LawWalk-Ins WelcomeHelpingInjuredPeople.comCall AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry)I Will Aggressively Fight To Protect Your Legal Rights CornerstonePros.com 813-949-444524/7 Emergency A/C & Plumbing ServicePLUMBING LIC. #CFC1428982 A/C LICENSE #CAC1816647 PREVENT A COSTLY PREVENT A COSTLY SUMMER BREAKDOW N SUMMER BREAKDOWN PREVENT A COSTLY PREVENT A COSTLY SUMMER BREAKDOWN SUMMER BREAKDOWN CALL TODAY FOR A SPRING TUNE-UPSAME GREAT SERVICE NEW LOOK$39.95JUNE 11, 2014The LAKERFREEThe LAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW TAMPA EDITION JUNE 4, 2014The LAKERFREEThe LAKER WESLEY CHAPEL/NEW TAMPA EDITION B y Michael H i n m anmhinman@lakerlutznews.comBy the end of next year, State Road 56 will be more crowded than ever. A new Mercedes dealership. A long-awaited outlet mall and the different stores it will bring. Yet another hotel, this time 120 rooms. Not bad for a road that, just a little more than a decade ago, didnt even exist. Joining all that, however, is an ice and sports complex so big, it might make existing facilities in Ellenton, Oldsmar and maybe even Brandon a bit jealous. Apartment developer Gordie Zimmermann and his colleagues Z Mitch LLC, closed on 13 acres of land last week on Cypress Ridge Boulevard for $2.6 million, where they plan to build a 155,500-squarefoot ice and sports complex complete with four pads of ice, a restaurant, and room for other sports in the community. Zimmermanns development team is investing more than $20 million in the project, all so that Zimmermanns hockey team and other teams like it wont have to travel so far anymore to find a sheet of ice in Florida. I was operating down in the Brandon facility, and I noticed that the adult hockey program had taken over, Zimmermann said of Ice Sports Forum, a two-pad complex he also owns. The kids had limited ice time MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOSGordi e Zimmerm ann, fro m left, is j o i ned by Pa s co County Co mmissioner Jack M ari ano and reti red Tam pa B ay L i ghtni ng s tar Dave Andreychuk las t week i n a pres entati on unve i li ng a new four-pad i ce s ports co m plex j u s t off S tate Road 56 i n Wes ley Chapel. The new arena is expected to open by late next year.Ice welcomed at new sports complex See ICE, page16 Auto Accident? Slip and Fall? HOLLIDAY BOMHOFF KARATINOSFREE CONSULTATIONNo Fees Or Costs Unless You Win P.L.Attorneys at LawWalk-Ins WelcomeHelpingInjuredPeople.comCall AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry)I Will Aggressively Fight To Protect Your Legal Rights Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.co m/ DONT MISS A SINGLE ISSUE!The full version of The Laker is now available online. Visit LakerLutzNews.com and click E-Editions in the top left corner.By Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comHenry Wilson was dead set against an additional tax on a gallon of gas last year, and hes not changing his mind now. However, the Pasco County commissioner could be alone in his convictions this time, as commission chair Jack Mariano hinted he might support raising that tax by 2 cents per gallon. That would all but ensure the gas tax in Pasco County would go up, as four of the five commissioners are required to support it. Mariano had joined Wilson in opposition of it last year, which many including their fellow commissioners have blamed for continued deterioration of county roads this past year. When I went through this last year, I was asking how much do we really need, and how much do we really want, Mariano said at a commission workshop last week. I didnt want to put in a tax that was going to keep reoccurring if we didnt need it. A 2-cent gas tax raise would alone generate about $3.2 million. However, the county is looking to increase revenue by at least $5 million to stay at the same level of road work as last year, or even as much as $8 million to fully get the county back on track.Pasco County r evives gas tax debate B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOSIzzie Brown, 14, creates portraits of famous personalities using words or, in the case of Albert Einstein, numbers. She also creates commissioned works, including this surrealistic piece called Consummation.Land O Lakes teen is an artful entrepreneurBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comIzzie Browns foray into the business world began with an assignment from her eighth-grade art teacher at Rushe Middle School. The teacher asked her to create a portrait of the Jamaican singer Bob Marley, which Brown did using the titles of Marleys songs to form his image. The teacher liked the work so much she asked if she could keep it. Brown posted an image of the work on Facebook and people told her thats something they would buy. And her uncle was so impressed, he encouraged her to launch her own business. So, she did. She calls it Word Tangles. She sells portraits and T-shirts on Etsy an online retail outlet for artists as well as on a Facebook page and at local markets. Besides her Marley portrait, shes created likenesses of Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein. The Jackson and Presley images are crafted from song titles. The Monroe portrait is made up of song and movie titles, and her Einstein uses the first 222 digits of pi. She created Einsteins image to celebrate Pi Day, which was March 14. My Algebra II teacher wanted us all to do a little project for Pi Day. The first thing that came to my mind was to do Albert Einstein, she said. The 14-year-old also does custom work. She did a commissioned portrait of the musical artist Sting, and is working on a large-scale surrealistic work called Consummation that her uncle hired her to do. She also used her artistic skills to zentangle an entire wall in the upstairs bathroom in her Land O Lakes home. Zentangle is an art form that involves drawing structured patterns. Shes young, but she has savvy business instincts. I really have to play to my audience, Brown said. At first, it was just doing what I By B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comLegislation adopted by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott on June 9 will make college more affordable for undocumented workers. The governors signature signals the end of an 11-year effort to allow undocumented workers who have completed at least three years in a Florida high school the opportunity to attend Florida state colleges at the in-state tuition rate. The students, however, must enroll in the postsecondary school within 24 months of graduation. Margarita Romo, executive director of Farmworkers Self-Help Inc., in Dade City, played a major role in advocating for the change, and is pleased by the Legislatures action.Were very happy that we got what we got. Its been a long time coming, Romo said.For years, shes been taking undocumented students to Tallahassee to meet with lawmakers to explain why it is so important to allow them to attend Florida colleges without paying out-of-state tuition. Throughout that effort, Romo has repeated this refrain: You can pick enough oranges to pay in-state tuition, but you cannot pick enough oranges to pay out-of-state tuition. With the adoption of this legislation, Florida will become the 20th state to offer some sort of in-state tuition to students brought to the United States illegally, according to The New York Times. Romo credited state House Speaker Will Weatherfords support for playing a key role in gaining the legislations passage. The speaker of the house really knocked himself out, said Romo, who was inducted last year into the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame for her work in advocating for the needs of migrant farmworkers FILE PHOTOMargarita Romo, executive director of Farmworkers Self-Help Inc., is pleased that the state legislature has passed a bill that will allow undocumented students to qualify for in-state tuition at Florida colleges.Legislature grants in-state tuition for undocumented students See GAS, page14 See TUITION, page14 See TEEN, page14

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them so differently that I think a lot of people wouldnt have recognized him as the same guy. He changed his whole physicality. LeVine is ready to do the same for this production. Even though he also hasnt seen any versions of Seussical, he already has an idea of how he wants to approach the Grinch. I feel that, as a character, hed be very loose so hed walk around goofy, LeVine said. And he would have this very distinct, mean face thats cringing all the time at everything. Yertle the Turtle is a very different character, so he plans to approach that portrayal as an older animal with a more distinguished presence. While this is LeVines first play for New Tampa Players, hes already performed in nearly 30 productions. There are many opportunities to sing and act in the area, and community theater is alive and well, with actors hes met from nearby communities like Dade City and Fishhawk Ranch in Lithia coming here to perform, he said. He also gets to work with actors he knows very well. Since his younger sister also is in the play, LeVine will have an opportunity to share the overall experience with Madison as he prepares for his roles. While they dont get to perform together on a regular basis, he appreciates having a sibling with the same mindset during the run-up to opening night. It makes it so much easier, because now someone in the family understands my craziness when Im talking about stuff about Seussical or any other show were in together, he said. While rehearsals have just begun, Hartfield said the process has gone so well that he can shape the production to his liking without any singing or acting deficits in the cast. Honestly, in community theater, theres often a role or two that you are still looking to fill after youre done with auditions because there was nobody who showed up who was exactly right for this character. That happens more often than not, he said. But in this case I came out of this going, I should have no problem having all the right sounds I need and all the actors are really great for what theyre going to be doing. Seussical will be performed at CrossPointe Church of the Nazarene, 919 Debuel Road in Lutz, on the weekends of Aug. 1-3 and Aug. 8-10. For more information about New Tampa Players, call (813) 386-6687, or visit NewTampaPlayers.org. PROTECTYOUR BIGGESTINVESTMENT 3822 TURMAN LOOP, SUITE 101 WESLEY CHAPEL, FL 33544813.805.8740 We represent 9 top rated companies that provide Homeowners Insurance in Pasco County. We will find their best rates and coverage to fit your needs! www.MyTBIC.com The City Grills mission is to provide high quality, freshly prepared food at reasonable prices, maintaining purveyors of local or organic produce, sustainable seafood, and humanely raised meat and poultry as often as possible. We also go further to provide a unique selection of beer, wine, and cocktails to enjoy alongside the food. 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DANIEL HWANG22 Years Experience Americas Top Dentists Award 2013 Columbia University, BA 1987 Columbia University, DDS 199129450 State Road 54 Wesley Chapel, FL 33543813-907-6600 www.pascodental.netP asco Dental Our Motto: Integrity, Quality, FriendshipB y Michael M uri llommurillo@lakerlutznews.comThe Grinch lives in Lutz. Cameron LeVine, a freshman at Blake High School, has been cast as the iconic Christmas villain in the New Tampa Players musical production of Seussical. The play is based on the characters and stories created by popular childrens author Dr. Seuss. LeVine will play both the Grinch and Yertle the Turtle when the play gets under way this August. For now, hes excited to tackle the roles and start rehearsing. Im so honored. The Grinch is my favorite out of the Dr. Seuss stories, LeVine said. I love how over the top mean he is, but not in a bad way. LeVine is just one of 50 performers in the cast. His sister, Madison, also is part of the play as an ensemble performer. In all, Seussical has more than a dozen actors from Lutz and Land O Lakes, and director Craig Hartfield said there was no lack of talent when they had auditions late last month. This audition process was terribly difficult, not because of (problems) finding talented people, but rather juggling them all, he said. Hartfield went into auditions thinking he wanted around 35 for the production, but expanded it when he saw the potential among those who auditioned. In most versions of Seussical, many actors take on dual roles, so it was easy to split them up to make room for more performers, he said. Hartfield hasnt seen any performances of the Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty creation, and he prefers to keep it that way. Watching it could influence the New Tampa Players production, and its important to simply read through the script and assemble the play based on his own vision, Hartfield said. He is, however, very familiar with the stories the musical is based on, and was attracted to the play partially due to growing up with the popular characters that will be represented on stage. Hartfield also is familiar with LeVines work, and chose him due to the versatility hes displayed in previous plays. Ive seen him in shows and been impressed with his ability to really change himself to take on different roles, Hartfield said. I saw him recently in a show where he played two different characters, and he did COURTESY OF NEW TAMPA PLAYERSFrom left, M cKi nnley Nels on, Darby Spi egel, Ali c i a Spi egel and Ca m eron LeVi ne go over s ongs at an early rehear s al of the New Ta m pa Player s product i on of Seu ssical. LeVi ne wi ll play Yertle the Turtle and the Gr i nch i n the play, wh i ch debut s i n Augus t. Theater troupe preps Dr. Seuss musical with local talent

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MANION Community Editor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com MICHAEL MURILLO Staff Writer mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com T T O O P P S S N N T T A A P P E E R R B B A A R R B B E E R R S S H H O O P P 1907 COLLIER PARKWAY LUTZ, FL 33549 813-909-0750 Tues Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9am-4pm WALK INS WELCOME N N E E W W M M A A N N I I C C U U R R E E / / P P E E D D I I C C U U R R E E S S T T A A T T I I O O N N Men's manicures/pedicures also available with Celeste who has over 20 years experience to ensure a great first time experience! NO POLISHES OR CHEMICALS FOR A RELAXING EXPERIENCE FATHER & SON SPECIALSAVE $5ON 2 HAIRCUTS Must be at same visit. Must present coupon. Exp 6/30/14.We will soon be your 1 stop shop for all your grooming needsDocumentary could encourage a nude German invasionB y Michael H i n m anmhinman@lakerlutznews.comThe end of the Cold War may have spelled the destruction of the Berlin Wall, but a culture war continues between what was once West Germany and East Germany over one simple thing: being naked. With nowhere to go anyway, East Germans found comfort and freedom from leaving their clothes at home. Being nude was a way of life, until their neighbors from the west arrived and told them to put those clothes back on. Nudism doesnt have the popularity it once had in the European country, but its prompted one film crew to travel the world to see what being naked is like in other countries. And they ended up in the American heart of nudism, Pasco County, this past week. The people in the east were definitely raised naked, said Bjorn Buck, the husband of documentary producer Monique Liliensiek, who both made the trans-Atlantic trip to Land O Lakes. All the Baltic Sea beaches were naked beaches, and that was absolutely normal to them. Liliensiek found Pascos nudist community thanks to a Google search, which introduced her to Caliente Resort. A phone call later, she was in touch with retired firefighter and nudism champion Pam Oakes, who introduced the entire film crew to the rest of the local community, setting up stops in a variety of places including Lake Como and Paradise Lakes. This has been a niche kind of tourism for Pasco all these years, Oakes said. There was an opportunity to reach out to Europe where there are 50 million naturists alone, and they speak English. The documentary is tentatively called World of Nudism, and is set to air on Germanys Vox network next month a channel typically home to American shows like CSI: Miami and Burn Notice. Liliensiek and her crew from Runge.TV already have visited places like Turkey and Austria, but plan to make Pascos nudism community a primary focus of their two-hour exploration into nudism.Pasco County commissioner Pat Mulieri has represented the area where most of the nudist communities are centered for the past two decades, and said even she had to have a little time to adjust.Ill never forget the one day at the beginning of my term, I was speaking at the Butt Hutt (at Lake Como), and I was thinking, I got this made, Mulieri said. All the guys there had shirts on, and was fine, until they stood up. The communities, however, are one of the key components to Pascos tourism, and also to other services like charity, said county tourism director Ed Caum.I wanted to say thank you to our naturists and all you do, he told a crowd that gathered at Hungry Harrys Lake House last week to welcome the film crew. They are great volunteers. Ive never seen so many people without clothes do such a great job of collecting clothing to give to other people. Buck spoke on behalf of his wife, who did not know a lot of English, but said he and his crew were welcome from the minute they stepped off the plane. We come from the second-largest network, and we have a little budget, but nobody cares about that, he said. We were told that youre a family and youre a friend, and that is quite overwhelming. This exposure on national television may not be the last time Pasco County ends up in German living rooms in the near future, either. While Liliensiek and her crew headed back to Europe last weekend, Buck stayed behind, and will explore other areas that might get a more in-depth look from the crew. Thats especially true for Caliente, which Buck says could warrant a feature of its own. This isnt only for the naked community in Germany, but for everyone there, Buck said. In the end, I think what people will realize is that nudism is something good, or at least its not bad. MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOM oni que Li l i ensiek, center, over s ees f i l ming of her Ger m an docum entary World of Nud ism la s t week at Lake Com o from the per s pecti ve of her traveler s Lu ise and Peter Kraus e.

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For more information, visit ChamberLogin.com, or call (813) 909-0827.FLORIDA HOSPITAL PARENT RECEIVES GALLUP AWARDEmployees at Adventist Health System the parent company of facilities like Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and Florida Hospital Zephyrhills have been recognized by Gallup as one of the best-performing, most productive and engaged work forces in the world. This is the fourth year in a row that the company and all of its hospital campuses have received the Gallup Great Workplace Award. The company was one of 36 chosen to receive the award.CHAMBER QUARTERLY MEETINGThe Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce will host a quarterly membership meeting June 11 at 9 a.m., at the chamber office, 38550 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. Speakers at the meeting include chamber president Carolyn Sentelik on the value of membership, and Vonnie Mikkelsen on matching expectations to results. For information, call (813) 782-1913, or visit ZephyrhillsChamber.org. PASCOS GRISWOLD LOCATION SOLDBirdsong Ventures Inc., is adding to its Tampa office of Griswold Home Care by acquiring Griswolds Pasco office. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Griswold is a non-medical private pay home care company that recruits, screens and refers caregivers who provide companion and personal care services to homebound people. Founded in 1982, Griswold has 200 offices in 35 states. Its Pasco office was started 10 years ago in Central Pasco, and covers the entire county. The new principals are Arthur and Frieda Moseley. Arthur is a certified senior advisor and is vice chair of the Hillsborough Seniors and Law Enforcement Together Council. Frieda is a registered nurse with more than 30 years experience. Working in the office will be Alice Gilbert and Hilda Hellwig, who have a combined 30 years of experience in the caregiving field. For information, visit online at GriswoldHomeCare.com. USAA HELPS FLORIDA WIN NATIONAL AWARDThe more than 1,200 new jobs affecting New Tampas USAA location didnt go unnoticed by the companys development peers at the national level, as the United Services Automobile Association has helped Florida win another Silver Shovel award for job creation. The award, which is given by Area Development magazine, recognizes state economic development agencies that drive significant job creation through innovative policies, infrastructure improvements, processes and promotions that attract new employers and investments in new and expanded facilities, according to a release from Gov. Rick Scotts office. USAA is expanding its existing Bruce B. Downs Boulevard campus into Brandon, and will create an estimated 1,215 jobs through a capital investment of $164.3 million. Only Navy Federal Credit Union in Pensacola is bringing in more jobs 2,200 after a capital investment of $206 million. STORE CHAIN SUPPORTS CANCER RESEARCHHomeGoods in Lutz and New Tampa are supporting cancer care and research with its 13th annual Helps Families Fight Cancer campaign through June 29. The program benefits Jimmy Fund, which supports pediatric and adult cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Customers can make a contribution through the store, or purchase a reusable shopping bag for 99 cents featuring artwork by Jimmy Fund Clinic pediatric patient Aleah Smith, 7, of Massachusetts. HomeGoods will contribute 50 cents for each bag purchased to the fund. HomeGoods is located at 17641 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz, and at 18061 Highwoods Preserve Parkway in New Tampa.HART DRIVERS HONORED FOR SAFETYThe Tampa Area Safety Council has honored nine Hillsborough Area Regional Transit drivers with induction into the One Million Mile Club during its recent luncheon. The drivers Desmond Coulson, Demetra Jackson, Charles Evans, Rigoberto Oquendo, Luis Garcia, Thomas Palmore, David Gonzalez, Al Hughes and Antonio White have careers with the bus system that date back to the late 1990s and early 2000s, and have completed an average of 14 consecutive years without a preventable accident. The One Million Mile Club has been around since 1994, and now has 124 members. From that group, 24 of them are now inducted into the Two Million Mile Club, which requires 27 years of driving without a preventable accident. Only one person, retired HART driver Samuel Baker, holds the title of a Three Million Mile Club member, a designation he earned in 2004 after driving 42 years without causing an accident.WESLEY CHAPEL CHAMBER HEADING TO TUSCANYThe Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce is planning a nine-day trip to Tuscany, Italy. The trip is planned to begin Oct. 20, and space is limited. For information, call (813) 994-8534, or email office@wesleychapelchamber.com.UPCOMING SCORE SEMINARSThe Pasco-Hernando Chapter of SCORE, which historically stands for Service Corps of Retired Executives, will host the following upcoming free seminars. For information, visit Score439.org. How to Really Start Your Business June 17 at 5:35 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Branch Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, in Land O Lakes. This seminar presents key issues people need to know to start their own business. It will highlight business structure, the importance of a business plan and cash flow charts, among other things. E-Marketing Concepts June 11 at 5:30 p.m., at Hugh Embry Branch Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City. Attendees can obtain an understanding of e-marketing technologies and how they may help to enhance the ability of a small business to reach customers and communicate their brand, products and services.

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CORPORATE APPROVED Do-It-YourselfLAKE & POND WEED CONTROLCHEMICALS FOR CONTROL OF Torpedo Grass Hydrillia Cattail Lilly Pads Duck Weed and this list goes onHolloway s Far m SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK813-949-68093036 Land O Lake s Blvd. (US 41, just south of Hungry Harry s BBQ)Holloway sChickenCoop s.comLAKE RAKES Also Ava ilablewww.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 20145 Comprehensive Physical Exams Customized Preventative Health Care Digital Radiography In-House Laboratory On-Site Pharmacy Anesthesia & Surgery Pain Management Dental Scaling & Polishing House Calls Available 17945 State Road 54 Lutz DR. JOANNDANIELS www.CentralPascoVetCare.com 813-926-1126 1900 Land O Lakes Blvd, Ste 117 Lutz, FL 33549(Lake Francisco Plaza)813-949-3900www.myhairhouse.com $450Includes Hair Ask for CindyFull Head Hair ExtensionsWELCOME NEW STYLISTPAM ORDNER SCRUPLES COLORIST FORMERLY WITH ULTRA CUTS SUMMER SPECIALBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznes.comFor months, it was hard to figure out what was going on at the lot the east side of U.S. 41 just north of Newberger Road. First, the field was empty. Then, the land was cleared. Then a building that looked like a barn was built.Then, the earth was plowed. In mid-May, it became abundantly clear what was up a new farmers market was opening on the Lutz site, not far from Land O Lakes. The business, called The Family Farm on 41, opened May 23. It is co-owned by Angela Madonia and her mother, Josephine Argento. The market has a diverse selection of fruits and vegetables, as well as a few flowering plants. Besides the old standbys of corn, potatoes, apples, melons, onions, zucchinis and tomatoes, there also are more interesting choices such as Italian squash, tomatillos, Hungarian wax peppers, specialty squash and jicama.Beyond produce, the market stocks milk without hormones, farm fresh eggs, honey, cakes, jam, cheeses, ice cream and juices. The concept is providing the freshest and healthiest fruits and veggies to our customers, Madonia said. We will be growing strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOSThe Family Farm on 41 in Lutz hopes to entice passersby to drop by and pick up some fresh fruits and vegetables. The business opened on May 23. New farmers market opens on U.S. 41 in LutzAngela Madonia and her mother, Josephine Argento, own The Family Farm on 41, a business that wants to provide fresh vegetables and fruits to encourage healthy eating.squash, peppers, carrots, corn, radishes, pumpkins and okra. We will start harvesting in late August or early September. The market and the field where the fruits and vegetables will be grown are on an 8acre plot on the north side of Newberger Road. Just across the street, on the east side of Newberger Road, the family is planning a pumpkin patch and hayrides on another 8acre tract. The family chose the location because it is ideally situated between Tampa and Land O Lakes, on a road traveled by thousands of people. They chose to get into the fresh food business because they understand that people are becoming more interested in leading a healthy lifestyle, Madonia said. The business also fits her familys personal goals. Madonia and her husband have two small children, and they want to teach them how to eat properly to maintain good health. Eventually, the business will offer a Upick option for customers. The markets hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., every day. At some point they plan to close one day a week, but they havent determined which day yet. That will depend on customer demand, Madonia said. Besides fruits and veggies, the market also stocks other items, including Florida honey and jam. Corn, watermelon and lots of other produce is available at The Family Farm on 41.

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PUBLISHERS COLUMNB y Di ane Kortu sPublisherThe pay it forward concept isnt a new one; indeed some sources say it dates back to the days of ancient Greece. But it has a much more immediate meaning for me. I live in Land O Lakes in the Lakeshore Ranch community. My children are grown and Im gone a lot for work and travel. Because of that, Ive met just a few neighbors since moving here a year ago. Im content here with my 9-year-old dog, Jonas, a handsome Airedale terrier. He is a dear dog, and just a month ago, he completed chemotherapy treatments for a cancer common in large dogs. After a rough few months of surgery and then chemo, Jonas is doing amazingly well now. So, imagine my panic when a few days after his final chemo treatment, Jonas went missing. When I left in the morning, I was running late for a breakfast meeting and I raced out of my house without realizing that Id left the sliding glass door wide open to my backyard. After breakfast, I dropped by my house before heading to work to check on Jonas. I came in through the garage door and immediately saw the open sliding glass door. As soon as I saw that, I knew that Jonas was gone.Fear set in as I looked into my backyard, which borders on a lake. The yard doesnt have a fence, and Ive seen gators in the lake. To make things worse, I had taken off Jonas collar before I left. So, even if anyone found Jonas, they wouldnt know where to call.I had no idea where to look first. Jonas had a two-hour head start. I drove up and down the streets of my neighborhood, calling out for Jonas. A couple colleagues came out to help in the search. I showed a picture of Jonas to the people I saw and asked them to call me if they found him. When the search turned up empty after an hour, I was feeling frantic. Then, Suzanne Beauchaine, a co-worker and fellow dog owner, decided to walk my street again, this time carrying a leash. About halfway down the block a woman saw Suzanne holding the leash and asked if was looking for a dog. It turns out that another neighbor, Diana Gonzalez, had seen Jonas wandering in her backyard not long after I had left home, and had put him in her lanai. Diana took a picture of Jonas and posted it on her Facebook page, asking friends if anyone knew who owned the dog. Within minutes, a neighbor told Diana said she knew where the dog lived, and Diana left a note on my door, letting me know she had found him. I didnt see that note, though, because Id gone into my house through the garage. This storys happy ending relates back to the concept of paying it forward. When I was talking to Diana after I got Jonas back, she told me her husband initially didnt want her to get involved because Jonas is a large dog and he wasnt wearing tags. Understandably, Dianas husband was concerned for her safety. But Diana said seeing Jonas reminded her of an occasion when her dog, Rocky, a 13-year-old golden mix, was lost shortly after they moved to Lakeshore Ranch. We were out of town and my sister was taking care of Rocky when he wandered off, Diana recalls. She was looking for Rocky and we were so worried. Then a neighbor saw her searching and told her that another neighbor had put Rocky in her lanai. So, when Diana saw Jonas, she told her husband it was their turn to pay it forward for someone else. To those of you who are pet owners, Im sure you realize how grateful I am to the Gonzalez family for their kindness. They protected my pet, who I nearly lost to illness, and then nearly lost again because I forgot to close the door. Now, Jonas is back where he belongs. And, the power of paying it forward lives on. Jonas s hown, caus ed his owner D i ane Kortu s to pan i c when s he couldnt f i nd him, after Jonas got loo s e after s he forgot to clo s e the s l i d i ng glass door that lead s to her backyard that border s a lake, where Kortu s ha s s een gator s s w imming.Pay it forward saves my dog

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JC Audiology & Hearing Aids www.jc-audiology.com1541 Dale Mabry Hwy., Ste 201. Lutz.813.949.1331 Dr. Judy Reese, the PURRFECT Audiologist for your householdYou didn't hear me meowing that it's suppertime??JC Audiology & Hear ing Aidswants you to know that hearing loss affects everyone around you. Call today for a FREE hearing consultation. www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 20147 Get your FREE 2014 Physician Directory FEATURING370 Physicians!CALL 888-741-5119or visit www.RMCHealth.com The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportHillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority is hosting a community meeting and public hearing about changes the organization expects to make to a popular bus route that links Pasco County to downtown Tampa. HART has three options that its considering for its Route 51X. The first would be to continue morning and afternoon express service between Pasco and downtown Tampa, providing hourly midday service between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., between HARTs University Area Transit Center and southern Pasco via Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. The second option would be to discontinue direct express service between Pasco and downtown Tampa in favor of continual hourly midday service between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., along a similar route. Those riders wishing to go downtown can use other routes that would take them from the University transit center. The final option would be to still discontinue direct express service in favor of continual hourly midday service between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m., with additional stops at the University of South Florida. Once again, riders who want to go downtown could take another bus from one of those stops. The changes are being made based on ridership trends, and to help improve cost-efficiency of the system, according to a release from HART. An open house is planned for June 17 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at New Tampa Community Center, 17302 Commerce Park Blvd. A public hearing is scheduled for July 8 beginning at 5 p.m., at New Tampa Library. Riders also can email comments to 51xcomment@gohart.org. Recommendations will be made to the HART board of directors in September, with implementation set for November. For information, call (813) 254-4278.HART wants public input on Route 51X changes FILE PHOTOHARTs Route 51X, which connects Pasco County and downtown Tampa, could change come November, and the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority is giving riders a chance to chime in.

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look your very best this summercameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin Jane Iredale make-up and Der malogica Skin Care1817 collier parkway, lutzcameosalonspa.comsalon and spa8139487411 shimmer with salon serviceshighlight, cut & treatment$95with select stylistpureology summer blonde essentials including beach bag$58($92 value) while supplies lastwww.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 201410 Young artists on displayThe Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, is hosting an art show by children ages 6 to 12 during June. The exhibit, Little Artists, showcases contest results from students in Hillsborough County schools. The gallery is open Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. For information, call (813) 922-8167, or visit CarrollwoodCenter.org. WWW.CARROLLWOODCENTER.ORGYour Co mmuni ty Calendar Submit 2 weeks i n advance to: news@lakerlutznews.co m All li sti ngs free of charge Whats Happening What s Happening LIBRARY HOSTS SOCIAL SENIORSThe Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, is offering a new monthly group called Social Seniors for coffee, cake and conversation. The next meeting is June 12 at 10 a.m., for a presentation on Egypt. The group is for ages 55 and older. For information, call (813) 929-1214.LUTZ GUVNA FUNDRAISERThe GFWC Lutz-Land O Lakes Womans Club is supporting Jay Muffly for Lutz Guvna, and will sponsor a fundraiser luncheon at the Lutz Civic Center, 98 First Ave., N.W., June 12 from 10 a.m. to noon. Cost is $6. For information, call Sharon Bard at (813) 996-4909.PACA MEETINGThe Pasco Alliance of Community Associations will meet June 12 at 7 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. Guest speaker will be attorney Steve Mezer. For information, call Ron Litts at (813) 475-4561.RETENTION POND SEMINARThe Pasco County Cooperative Extension Service is hosting a free seminar on retention ponds June 14 at 9 a.m., at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. Topics include best maintenance practices, retention pond purposes and common pollutants. For information, call (813) 996-2411.DANCE PERFORMANCE AT STEINBRENNERBroadway Dancesations will present its annual dance performance The Circus June 14 at 4 p.m., at Steinbrenner High School, 5575 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. Advance tickets are $19, or $24 at the door. For information, call (813) 406-4894.PLANT FAIR AT USF GARDENSThe University of South Florida Botanical Gardens, 12210 USF Pine Drive in Tampa, will host a Butterfly, Herbs & Native Plant Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on June 14, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 15. There will be a childrens activity area. Cost is $5 general admission, and free for children younger than 12 and garden members. All proceeds support USF Botanical Gardens. For information, visit Gardens.USF.edu.DADS FREE AT MOSIIn honor of Fathers Day, dads will receive free admission to the Museum of Science & Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Ave., in Tampa, with the purchase of a childs admission June 14 and June 15. Both dad and child must be present at time of purchase. Must mention offer. Some restrictions apply. For information, call (813) 987-6000, or visit Mosi.org.DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSPasco County Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a series of digital photography classes June 14, June 21 and June 28 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway.for its fifth annual performing arts summer program June 23-27, for children ages 7 through 18. Camp is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Faith Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 200 Mount Fair Ave., in Brooksville. Campers will learn various concepts of musical theater. For information, call (352) 593-0027, or visit LiveOakTheatre.org.TAMPA THEATRE FUNDRAISERThe Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa, will host its Beer and Loathing in Las Vegas fundraiser July 12. Premium sampling begins at 7 p.m., and tickets are $70 in advance. Grand sampling begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are $45. Theater members save $5 off advance tickets. Guests are invited to dress as their favorite character, or come in a Loathinginspired costume. For information, visit TampaTheatre.org.GIRLS SCOUTS SEEKING LEADERSGirl Scouts of West Central Florida is seeking troop leaders, both men and women older than 18, to volunteer. Other opportunities include becoming a program or camp facilitator. For information, visit GSWCF.org/volunteer.VOLUNTEER FOR BOOKS FOR TROOPSBooks for Troops needs volunteers to sort and pack books in its storage unit at 54 UStore in Lutz. Day and evening opportunities are available. All hours contributed are eligible for Presidential Service awards. The organization is approved for National Honor Society service hours. To complete an online application, visit BooksForTroops.org.KIDS EARN A FREE BOOKChildren in a reading level up to sixth grade can earn a free book through Barnes & Noble by reading any eight books and completing a reading log. The summer program runs through Sept. 2, at participating locations. Offer is good while supplies last. Limit is one free book per customer.VISIT WC CIVIL AIR PATROLWesley Chapel Cadet Squadron of Civil Air Patrol, located at the North Tampa Aero Park just off State Road 54, meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., next to the airport hangar. Cadets range from 12 to 21 years old, and senior members are 18 and older. For information and a schedule of activities, visit WesleyChapelCAP.com.VOLUNTEER AT FEEDING AMERICAFeeding America Tampa Bay-Suncoast Branch, 5829 Ehren Cutoff in Land O 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 Saturdays per month. After-school hours are offered for students to acquire Bright Future credits. For information, call (813) 929-0200.Cost is $15 per class, or $20 per couple. For information, call (813) 929-1220, email info@con2000.com, or visit Con2000.com/photography. EXCITING IDLEWILD VBSExciting Idlewild Baptist Church, 18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd., in Lutz, will host the free vacation Bible school Agency D3 June 16-20 from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., for children ages 5 through fifth grade. For information, call (813) 264-1515, ext. 461.HILLSBOROUGH SUMMER CAMPSThe Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department is offering a variety of summer camps for children ages 6 to 16, during a series of two-week camps from June 16 through Aug. 8. Camps are on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at various locations. Online registration is now open at HillsboroughCounty.org/SummerCamps. COBBS FREE KIDS SHOWSGrove 16 Cobb Theatres, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will begin its free summer kids shows at 10 a.m., every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, starting with Turbo and Walking with Dinosaurs on June 17, June 18 and June 19. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Schools, groups and camps are welcome. Same-day ticketing only. For information, call (813) 948-5444.MESSIAH LUTHERAN VBSMessiah Lutheran Church & Preschool, 14920 Hutchison Road in Tampa, will host a vacation Bible school June 17-20 from 9 a.m. to noon, for children in grades 4 through 6. The theme is International Spy Academy. Registration is $5 per child. For information, call (813) 265-0806.AFO FASHION SHOWThe Alzheimers Family Organization will host its annual Albertas Fashion Show June 17 at the Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity. There will be lunch, raffles, auctions and vendor tables. Tickets are $30. Purchase a table of 10 and only pay for nine tickets. Sponsorships available. For information, call (727) 848-8888.ART GALLERY WORKSHOPSThe Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery, 6231 Grand Blvd., will host a series of digital camera workshops beginning June 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost is $20 per person. To RSVP, call (727) 8486500, or email nprgallery1@gmail.com.DONATE TO LIBRARY FRIENDSThe Friends of the Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, are looking for new members and gently used books. Books can be donated at the library Tuesday through Saturday. New member applications can be filled out at the library. For information, call (813) 929-1214.OLD LUTZ SCHOOL MEETINGThe next general meeting for the Old Lutz School is June 19 at 7 p.m., at 18819 U.S. 41 in Lutz. For information, call Suzin Carr at (813) 453-5256.MENS IMPACT WEEKENDThe 2014 Wildfire Mens Impact Weekend conference will be at the University of South Florida Sun Dome June 20 starting at 5:30 p.m., and June 21 starting at 7:30 a.m. The event is for men to worship God and learn more about the life he intends for men. Headliners for the event include Tim Tebow and A&Es Duck Dynastys Jase Robertson. For tickets, visit SunDomeArena.com.FIRST UNITED METHODIST VBSLand O Lakes First United Methodist Church, 6209 Land O Lakes Blvd., is offering a free one-day vacation Bible school June 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The theme is Souled Out: The Jonah & The Whales Tour. To register, visit LOLUMC.org.PERFORMING ARTS CAMPLive Oak Theatre Co. is seeking participants

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE by Mike Matthew special to The Laker / Lutz News Rebecca Weeks, owner of Rebecca Does Hair in Wesley Chapel, schedules appointments to meet the clients needs. If a client needs a midnight appointment, then Ill be here, says Rebecca. Hair emergencies are not a problem. If something comes up and you need your hair styled at the last minute, Ill make time for you.She started out working in a large salon in 2010 after graduating from the prestigious Paul Mitchell School of Cosmetology in Tampa. Her dedication and excellence won her a trip to Las Vegas to study with Pauls top stylists, learning color, cutting, styling and finishing.Rebecca opened her own salon in September 2013. It was scary starting out on my own, says Rebecca. I began with 4 clients my first week. Word of mouth has helped me to grow my business successfully.She left the large salon due to the impersonal atmosphere there. It was impossible to get to know my customers, says Rebecca. I like to get to know my clients personally. I see the person sitting in my chair as a friend, not just a customer.Her clients love her salon. Its a oneseat salon where she can focus on her client without distractions or interruptions. The atmosphere is calm, relaxed and very personable. I schedule appointments so no one feels rushed, says Rebecca. I make sure each client has plenty of time for special attention.One nice thing about a one-seat salon is that clients dont have to worry about odors from another workstation. For clients who are especially sensitive to chemicals, she schedules their appointments when the salon air is fresh and clean.Rebecca works with all ages and types of hair. Many of my clients have curly hair, says Rebecca. They tell their curly-haired friends about me. That seems strange since I have straight hair, but they love what I do for them. She also receives a lot of compliments for her ability to add body and volume to very fine hair. Rebecca primarily uses Redken color, but she also has an organic color line (Organic Colour System) which is especially nice for pregnant women concerned about chemical odors. Her services include perms, up-dos and hair extensions. Rebecca originally enrolled in college for nursing, then changed her major and graduated with a degree in digital publishing. But her work wasnt fulfilling. It was her mother who suggested hair styling. Rebecca had always enjoyed styling her family and friends hair. She decided to follow her passion and is very happy with her career choice She lives in Wesley Chapel with husband and 9-year-old daughter. I was born in Tennessee, says Rebecca. We moved here before I was two, so I consider myself a true Floridian. Ive never even seen snow. A lot of my clients moved down here to get away from the snow. Maybe one day Ill take my daughter up north to play in the snow. I think that would be fun, as long as I dont have to shovel it. 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U.S. Hwy. 41 Lutz, FL 33549 (Heritage Station)813-948-6300 www.SurgicalAlternative.com MA 26378/MM27542 POLITICALAGENDA SEND POLITICAL NEWS TO MHINMAN@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM WILSON ENDORSED BY PUBLIC SAFETY GROUPPasco County Commissioner Henry Wilsons re-election campaign has received the endorsement of Pasco County Public Safety. Thats a group that includes the West Central Florida Chapter of the Police Benevolent Association, the Fraternal Order of Police Pasco County Sheriffs Lodge No. 29, and the International Association of Firefighters Pasco County Local 4420. Wilson also received the endorsement of the West Florida Womens Conservative Republican Network. Wilson is looking to return to his District 4 seat, but has a primary challenge by fellow Republican Mike Wells Jr., in August. Wilson raised $200 for his campaign in April, bringing his total to $19,245. Wells, in his first month of campaigning, raised $20,700. If no Democrat enters the race, Wells and Wilson will battle it out in an open primary Aug. 26.COMMISSION CANDIDATES TO DEBATEThe Conservative Club of East Pasco will host a debate between District 2 Pasco County Commission candidates Ken Littlefield and Bob Robertson June 16 at 6:30 p.m. The two are racing against Mike Moore for the Republican nomination for the seat. Moore is not attending because hell be out of town, according to club secretary Nils Lenz. The event will take place at the Zephyrhills Womans Club, 38549 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. It will include introduction of new city leaders including Mayor Gene Whitfield, Councilman Alan Knight, and interim city manager Steve Spina. For information, call Lenz at (813) 7829491, or email him at nilslenz@gmail.com. MIKE WELLS FUNDRAISER, ENDORSEMENTMike Wells Jr., who is seeking the District 4 Pasco County Commission seat currently held by Henry Wilson, is holding a fundraiser June 17 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the home of Steve and Lynn Hickman, 37402 Church Ave., in Dade City. As expected, Wells also received official public support from his father, Pasco County property appraiser Mike Wells Sr., who is encouraging supporters to either attend the June 17 fundraiser, or make contributions to him for his sons campaign. To RSVP, email debjwells1@gmail.com.MOBILE HOURS FOR ROSSU.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Lakeland, will host mobile office hours July 8 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 Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14 and Dec. 9. For more information, call (863) 6448215, or (813) 752-4790. By Michael H i nmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comNow that Florida has taken the first official step to call for what is described as an Article V Constitutional convention, preparations are being made just in case the other 33 needed states sign on and make it happen. Gov. Rick Scott signed into law H.B. 609 on June 2, which outlines what Florida will do in case such a convention is ever convened. The state had not put together any protocol for such an occurrence in the past, but only because since the U.S. Constitution was ratified more than 200 years ago, no such convention has ever taken place. But the possibility of an Article V convention happening started becoming a reality when H.M. 261 a companion bill of S.M. 368 introduced by state Sen. Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby gained the approval of both the House and Senate. That measure takes a big first step toward amending the U.S. Constitution to force Congress to consider only single-subject bills. This is about having the federal government start conducting themselves in a professional manner, Simpson told The Laker/Lutz News back in January. Most of the frustration we have with our government is that you have something like a spending bill in Congress. They always add on several hundred million dollars of something that has nothing to do with the subject they are dealing with. And as a citizen of the state of Florida, I am tired of our federal government being operated this way. An Article V convention is one of two ways to amend the Constitution. The other is to have an amendment proposed by Congress itself, and then ratified by a super majority of the states exactly how previous Constitutional amendments were implemented. H.B. 609 passed the House on April 11 by a 73-42 margin, and the Senate on April 25 by a 21-15 vote. Simpson, who introduced the original memorial calling for the convention, did not vote on this supplemental bill. The new law will allow both the House and Senate to appoint delegates and alternates to an Article V convention, if one were called. It would require the Legislature to adopt a resolution from both the House and Senate providing instruction to those delegates, according to a House analysis of the bill. All of the delegates would be required to swear an oath to support the constitutions of both the United States and Florida, and abide by all the instructions of the Legislature. Failing to do to that could mean living life as a convicted felon. If a delegate does not follow those instructions, their vote would be voided and their appointment to the convention would be forfeited. They also could be charged with a third-degree felony. Whether or not such a violation took place would be up to an advisory group appointed by the Legislature, given final say on whether a delegate is acting within the law or not. W. Spider Webb Jr., a former Tallahassee lobbyist who founded the group Single Subject Amendment, is not surprised there would be such restrictions on delegates, since they are meant to be agents of the Legislature if such a convention were called. They are representatives of the state legislatures, and it is the state legislatures that are sending their representatives and doing the will of the legislatures on their behalf, Webb said. They are agents, and can only act within the authority given to them by the principal. If they act outside that agency, then the principal is not bound by their actions. Even if a convention was called, it does not necessarily mean an amendment would be produced. The goal, Webb said, is to get the states together to discuss it, and find some consensus in getting an amendment on the table. In the meantime, other states may start following the lead of Florida and Indiana in putting together guidelines on how delegates to such a convention would be selected and managed. Indiana passed its own guidelines not long after the senate president there called for what he described as a Mount Vernon Assembly to discuss the possibility of amending the Constitution outside of Congress, according to published reports. Scott signed H.B. 609 along with a number of other bills to start off June, including the states $77 billion budget.Scott, Legislature set guidelines for Constitutional convention

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Brown also uses the events to get a pulse on what people would like her to produce. People will go by and theyll say, Oh, my gosh, do you have Jim Morrison? She doesnt. But she plans to do his portrait in coming months. Brown also expects to create images of Jimi Hendrix, and possibly Audrey Hepburn. There are limits on what she will produce, however. She needs to feel a degree of respect for the subject of her portraits, she said, to get into the right creative mindset. Over the summer, Im going to do the Beatles, all four of them, Brown said. I am going to have them on square canvases. Im going to do all of their faces out of Beatles songs. Im going to put all four of the Beatles together, and Ill have them on a shirt. When shes ordering T-shirts that display her portraits, she considers marketing issues. When I did Marilyn, I thought I should get some feminine-fit shirts because all I had done was unisex, Brown said. I was just thinking about my audience. When her Michael Jackson T-shirts werent selling that well, she decided to get some smaller, feminine-fit T-shirts, and after that, her sales picked up. She sells her canvas works for $125 each, and her T-shirts for $12 for solid colors and $15 for the Bob Marley, featuring the Rastafarian colors of green, yellow and red. Brown also is selling a T-shirt she designed to benefit autism research. She plans to donate 20 percent of the profits from those sales to the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at the University of South Florida. Shes also planning to do a T-shirt with a breast cancer ribbon in October, sharing a portion of those proceeds as well. Brown, who attends the International Baccalaureate program at Land O Lakes High School, has ambitions to attend business school at Harvard University. Shes not entirely sure where her career path will lead, but she enjoys being in a leadership role. Ultimately, her primary goal is to accomplish something of significance, she said. I just want to be remembered for doing something great, Brown said. I want to have that kind of credential.To find out more about Browns work, check out her Etsy shop listing at Etsy.com/shop/wordtangles. Or her Facebook business page at Facebook.com/ wordtangles. TEEN, from page 1 Besides the portraits she creates, Izzie Brown will do commissioned work. Shown here is Consummation, a surrealist work that her uncle hired her to do. Works of this scope sell for $600 to $700, she said. Izzie Browns foray into the business world began with an assignment to create a portrait of Bob Marley. She used Marleys song titles to create his image. The only other way the commission could raise that kind of money is by levying additional property tax to homeowners in the county. Supporters of the gas tax say its more fair because the people using the roads are the ones paying for it, whether they live in the county or not. Opponents fear the additional tax would be passed to consumers, and that drivers will wait to get to a neighboring county with cheaper gas before stopping at the pump. Mariano, however, isnt convinced that a property tax increase would be needed to raise an additional $5 million or even $8 million. Instead, he wants to use reserve funds the countys financial fallback in case it runs out of money to wipe out the shortfall instead. Commissioner Kathryn Starkey didnt like that idea at all. I dont see how you do operation and maintenance out of your piggy bank, she said. But Mariano believes the reserve fund is not following its original purpose, which he says is to keep tax rates low during tough economic times by using saved cash sitting in the bank. Starkey wanted nothing of it, citing her past experience on the Pasco County school board, and how she saw business being done with neighboring districts.We did not go into that, Starkey said of the reserved funds. I saw other school boards get into that, and they expected the state to bail them out when they got in trouble. Those school board members were not making a hard vote to have a balanced budget by going into their reserves, and they got into trouble. To me, that is very bad fiscal policy.Commissioner Ted Schrader was ready to do more than that, willing to commit to a 3cent gas tax, and to limit raising property taxes to as small a number as possible. You raise the millage rate, you may not hear it, but I hear it, Schrader told Mariano. Its even higher for non-homestead property, and higher for business and retailers. The commission would raise more than enough money to meet its needs by increasing the gas tax to as much as 5 cents. However, that move would not have the support of either Mariano, who says hes limited to 2 cents, and Wilson, who is against a gas tax increase at all. A 2-cent increase would cost motorists an additional $15 annually, or 29 cents a week assuming they filled the tank weekly and gas stations pass those increases to motorists. To hit the $8 million mark, commissioners would have to raise property taxes at least 0.25 mills, which would have an additional financial impact of $12.66 on a home valued at $100,000 that also carries $50,000 in exemptions. Commissioners will have to come to some kind of a consensus before the end of the month. County Administrator Michele Baker said she starts putting together next years budget just after the July 4 holiday. Commissioner Pat Mulieri, who supports raising the gas tax, said its important to get this issue decided before work begins on the budget. Youre never going to make everyone happy in this world, she said. You just have to do what you believe is the right thing to do. and immigrants. Romo took three young men in to meet the Wesley Chapel Republican to discuss the issue, and Weatherford told her that made an impression. I was actually in the hospital when the speaker of the house called me, she said. Of course, I didnt answer the phone because I was in the hospital. I just had my fourth heart attack. He called and left a message saying he had a surprise. He said, I just want you to know that I am really going to support in-state tuition. That certainly gave my heart a lift. And, he kept his word. When the legislation passed, Weatherford issued a statement that said lawmakers were making history. For many years, children who are here through no fault of their own have waited for the opportunity to fully realizing their dreams, Weatherford said in the statement. Today, the Florida Legislature put those dreams into reach.While pleased with the legislation, Romo would like to see an amendment in the future that would remove the provision that limits the in-state tuition to those who have graduated from a Florida high school within the past two years. The battle to make this change began more than a decade ago and the two-year limit leaves out too many people who simply will never be able to attend college, without the lower rate, Romo said.GAS, from page 1 TUITION, from page 1 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.lakerlutznews .comTheLaker / LutzNews

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F ind o u t m o r e i n o u r W o r t h t h e T r i p f e a t u r e o n P a g e 5 B C M A N I O N / S T A F F P H O T O DAIL Y Get the best of both worlds from your only local source of newswww.LakerLutzNews.com www.facebook.co m/LakerLutzNews Bringing local news to the world.www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 201415 Mobile Detailing Basic Wash Wash & Wax Full Detail Home Pressure Washing Also AvailableKeep your car looking great.Call Curtis for Appointment 813.347.0502$55.00 WASH & WAX$75 Value$65.00 HEADLIGHT RESTORATIONup to $100 Value B y Michael H i n m anmhinman@lakerlutznews.comWhen war broke out in Europe and Asia in the 1940s, Pasco County was nothing more than a small farming and citrus group of communities. But the people loved their country, and showed it by signing up and heading to war. In fact, one in eight Pasco residents would serve in the military during World War II, including Frank Ashbrook, the father-in-law to Pasco County commissioner Ted Schrader. He was captured during the invasion of Normandy, and spent 18 months in a prisoner war camp in Germany, Schrader said. Ashbrooks name is one of 1,855 county residents listed on the Pasco County World War II Memorial at the Historic Dade City Courthouse. This weekend will mark the 60th anniversary of the memorials dedication, and Schrader will lead a rededication ceremony June 14 that will include the official unveiling of a new, more permanent granite memorial. The granite slabs replace the original wood panels that have deteriorated significantly since the memorials first dedication in 1954. The courthouse is where my office is, and I would come in every day to hear we had some vandalism or a skateboarder hit it, and we had to call (the facilities department) to come and make the necessary repairs, Schrader said. It was really just that it was time we did something different. Schrader reached out to then assistant county administrator Dan Johnson, and they were able to secure seed money of $25,000 from Pasco County officials, and another $15,000 from Dade City. The rest of the $40,000 cost would be made up from private donations that Johnson would gather. In the end, however, the memorial cost less than the estimate, and the final price tag was an even split between public money and private donations. The rededication ceremony will begin at 11 a.m., Saturday in front of the courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., in Dade City. Schrader will emcee the event, and will be join by U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, who will present a special flag. Of all the people who served, a vast majority of them did return home, including Ashbrook. Just under 40 soldiers from Pasco County died in the line of duty. However, seven decades is a long time, and many of the returning veterans from World War II have been lost over the years. Unfortunately, they are reaching an age where they are not going to be with us much longer, Schrader said. It was important for those who are still alive and for their family members that we make sure this memorial is here forever. Joining Schrader in the bandstand the memorial adorns are Florian Gude and Stanley Burnside. Both have their names on the wall, and still live in the area. I think Florian just turned 90, Schrader said. Its really gratifying to be able to commemorate their service and reflect back on the sacrifices they made for our country. WHAT:Rededication of Pasco County World War II MemorialWHEN:June 14 at 11 a.m.WHERE: Historic Dade City Courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., Dade CityCOST:FreeINFO:PascoCountyFl.net.WWII memorial ready for rededication Saturday

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STEINBRENNER WRESTLING CAMPS IN JUNESteinbrenner High School wrestling coach Paul Noble will lead wrestling camps June 16 through June 19, June 23 through June 26, and June 30 through July 3. The sessions, designed for children ages 5 through 17 run each day from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Campers will meet at the school cafeteria, 5575 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road. The cost is $60 per session. For information, call Noble at (813) 4781148, or e-mail paul.noble@sdhc.k12.fl.us.STEINBRENNER BASKETBALL CAMPS THIS SUMMERSteinbrenner High School, 5575 Lutz Lake Fern Road, will host two basketball camps this summer for boys and girls entering first through eighth grade. The first will be June 16-19, and the second will be July 7-10. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals such as dribbling, passing and defense, and will participate in skill-related games. Awards will be given to group and gender winners during the camp. The cost is $90 per camper, with discounts given for multiple siblings. Same-day registration is $100. For information, call Steinbrenner coach J.R. Allen at (813) 792-5131, or e-mail warriorbasketballcamp@gmail.com.BASKETBALL CAMPS AT GAITHERGaither High School, 16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway, will host basketball camps in June for boys and girls grades 2 through 8. Session II will be June 16-19, and Session III will be June 23-26. The cost is $90 for one session, and $165 for two. For information, call Coach Dwayne Olinger at (813) 975-7340, or send e-mail to dwayne.olinger@sdhc.k12.fl.us.REBELS HOME GAMES THIS SUMMERThe Tampa Bay Rebels, a semi-pro basketball team, has three upcoming home games at Freedom High School, 17410 Commerce Park Blvd. The Rebels will play the Heartland Prowl on June 14, the Miami Midnites on June 21, and the Palm Beach Knights on July 26. Tickets are $10 for fans older than 13. Children 13 and younger are admitted free. For more information, visit TampaBayRebels.com.WIREGRASS RANCH GOLF EVENT JUNE 21Wiregrass Ranch High School will host its annual Bull Chip four-person golf scramble June 21 at the Quail Hollow Golf By Michael Murillommurillo@lakerlutznews.comThe Pasco-Hernando State College baseball team didnt have a great start to the 2014 season. It was a slow beginning in February by going 1-6. By the middle of March, the Conquistadors sat at 8-11 with no momentum and the season slipping away. So when longtime head coach Steve Winterling made vacation plans for the end of May, he assumed there would be nothing on his schedule. I didnt have the World Series marked on my calendar book. I havent been there in 23 years, so why would I have it on there, he said. Big mistake, coach. The team went on a 10-game winning streak and eventually qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II district tournament. The Conquistadors qualify for the tournament on a regular basis, but this time they did something they had never done before: They were the last team standing and qualified for the first World Series berth in school history. Winterling was happy to cancel his vacation plans and lead his team to Enid, Oklahoma for the Division II World Series last month. PHSC came to play in that tournament as well, winning a couple of games before being eliminated by regular World Series participant Madison College. The Conquistadors finished their run in fourth place and with a feeling that their success was a total team effort. We just had some clutch players. Like I told the guys afterward, as hard as it was losing, everybody at one point in the season did something to help us win, Winterling said. We had some guys who would get that key hit. We didnt have one guy that really carried us. Sophomore Brennan Allen is one of the players who earned a key hit when the team needed it. In the district tournament, Allen hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to erase a 4-2 deficit and tie the game against Wake Technical Community College. PHSC would go on to win. But after that play, they never doubted the outcome. At that point, everyone thought this was our game no matter what, Allen said. We had all the momentum. Allen batted .311 during the season (.378 with men in scoring position) and said the team always had talent, but needed to get past early-season struggles and play up to their potential. As he considers options for playing baseball farther into his college career, having a World Series appearance on his resume should help attract attention from potential schools, he said. The trip to Oklahoma should help PHSC as well. Winterling said athletes who want to be part of the program already are contacting him, making his recruiting job a lot easier. People want to come to a program thats been to the World Series or won a regional tournament because thats what everybody plays for, he said. E-mail and phone calls have been pretty heavy. The tournament run concludes a year of firsts for the baseball program and the school. In addition to their first World Series berth, the team registered their first no-hitter when Danny Rodriguez, a Steinbrenner High School graduate, threw one back in March. And when the school raises a banner for the teams achievements, it will be the first at the school to read Pasco-Hernando State College. The school changed its name from Pasco-Hernando Community College in January. Winterling, who was also named the schools athletic director last year, isnt the type of coach to take much credit for himself or dwell on previous successes. Hes proud of his players and what they accomplished, but hes already back to work, with a showcase coming up and some players to sign. For his part, Allen said he recognizes the district title and World Series run as something he and the other players wont soon forget. Going from such a small school, not being known by many people and now putting them on the map, and finishing fourth in the nation, is going to a pretty awesome thing to look back on for the rest of our lives, really, he said. It was a great experience. It was a lot of fun, and I wouldnt change anything.Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTSSEND SPORTS NEWS TO MMURILLO@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COMCHECKTHIS OUTwww.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 201418 PHSC finishes fourth in first-ever World Series trip COURTESY PASCO-HERNANDO STATE COLLEGESophomore Brennan Allen was one of the athletes whose play helped the Pasco-Hernando State College Conquistadors reach the World Series for the first time in school history.Course, 6225 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel. Proceeds will benefit the schools band boosters. Check-in will begin at noon, with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The cost is $75 per person, or $300 per foursome. It includes green fees, cart and barbecue dinner. For more information, call (813) 8628314, or send e-mail to wrhsbandboosters@yahoo.com.DOUBLES TENNIS PLAYERS SOUGHTTennis 4 u/Tennis Para Ti is looking for doubles tennis players for matches in Dade City. The organization also is offering private and group tennis lessons for players of all ages and skill levels. For information, call Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061, or send e-mail to jmarcusddm@gmail.com.SUMMER CAMPS AT LAKE JOVITALake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900 Lake Jovita Blvd., in Dade City, will host three camps this summer. Two general summer camps will include golf, tennis and swimming, and one will be golf-specific that focuses on rules, swing techniques and sportsmanship. The general summer camps will be June 24-27 and July 22-25, and the golf-specific camp will be Aug. 12-15. Each camp costs $300 per attendee. For information, call (352) 588-9200, or email rweber@lakejovita.com.SENIOR SPORTS LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTSSenior Sports is looking for interested tennis, volleyball, golf and bowling players who live in Pasco County. For information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211.CHEER CLINIC AT SUNLAKEThe state champion Sunlake High School cheerleading team will host a Little Seahawk Cheer Clinic over four days in July. The event is targeted toward students of Oakstead, Lake Myrtle, Denham Oaks, Odessa and Rushe middle schools. The clinic will be July 21-23 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $25 per student and includes a T-shirt and an opportunity to cheer with the varsity team at a game. For information, email coach Pennye Garcia at pgarcia@pasco.k12.fl.us.VOLLEYBALL CAMPS IN JULYGaither High School, 16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway, will host volleyball camps twice weekly this summer. The middle school camp runs through July 16 on Mondays and Wednesdays, and the high school camp will run through July 17 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. All camp sessions will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost is $75 per person. For information, call (813) 975-7340, or email tim.boylan@sdhc.k12.fl.us.

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Federally Insured by NCUA. Equal Housing Lender. All rights reserved Achieva Credit Union 2014. Visit us at our new branch in Land O Lakes, located in the Collier Commons Shopping Center. We offer many GOOD products and services for your nancial needs. Stop by the Land O Lakes branch and join today!2115 Collier Pkwy Land O Lakes, FL 34639813.448.2786 | www.achievacu.com**APR advertised is the credit unions lowest rate and is available only to borrowers with excellent credit. Your actual rate may differ based on your credit history, collateral age, loan term, and additional underwriting factors. Promotional rate available for new and pre-owned automobile purchases. Certain restrictions apply. Call us for details to nd out what your APR will be. Auto Loan Rates1.90%APR** For a limited time only. as low asOffer valid only at our Land O Lakes branch. GOOD Services GOOD Products Free home banking Free online bill pay Free e-statements & alerts Free mobile banking* Auto, home and business loans Signature or small loans Low rate credit cards High-yield interest checking*You may be charged access rates depending on your carrier. Online web access is needed to use Mobile Banking. Check with your service provider for details on specic fees and charges. Achieva Credit Union Experience the GOOD The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe Humana Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the insurance company Humana Inc., has relaunched its signature Humana Communities Benefit program, which awards multi-year grants totaling $350,000 to eligible nonprofit companies. The program is now underway in the Tampa Bay area, as well as Chicago and San Antonio, Texas, for organizations focused on promoting healthy behaviors and relationships. But now Humana wants the online community to be involved, letting an online vote be a part of the overall judging process. This new approach with Humana Communities Benefit is a natural evolution for the program as Humana and the Humana Foundation work to improve the health of the communities we serve nationwide, said Bruce Broussard, president and chief executive of Humana, in a release. We have added several new features to the program, including the online vote, which provides an opportunity for each community to have a stake in which organization in each region is awarded our $350,000 grant. The new program will award nonprofits a three-year infusion of funds, enabling the winners to receive $200,000 the first year, $100,000 the second year, and $50,000 in the final year. The funds will be used to create new programs or enhance ongoing activities that have a positive, transformational impact on the organization and the community. Tampa Bay was one of three locations chosen because it employs more than 3,500 employees here, more than in any other area outside of their Louisville, Kentucky, headquarters. The foundation has given more than $8 million to nonprofits in 11 communities nationwide since starting in 2003. The previous program awarded one-time, $100,000 charitable grants, including one to Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful in 2013, which used the money to build the Humana Educational Pavilion at the Florida Learning Garden in Tampa. Locally, the competition is open to local nonprofits in Pasco, Hillsborough, Hernando and Pinellas counties. Applications can be submitted to Humana.com/hcb, but must be completed by June 30. Judging, including an online component, begins in August.Humana offering up to $350,000 for nonprofitswww.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 201419 MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOSConference helps vets transitionSocial worker April Steen explored how to connect with families of soldiers who have been killed during the Veterans in Transition military conference at Saint Leo University. Conference attendees had a lot to talk about and hear about during the Veterans in Transition military program at Saint Leo University.

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Not valid with other offers.WB6 EXP. 12/31/13$5495 WESLEY CHAPEL 813-991-14391752 Bruce B Downs Blvd (next to Bealls near Publix) Mon-Fri 9-9 Sat 9-6 Sun 11-5USF/LUTZ 813-977-85072554 East Bearss Ave. (at Bearss & Livingston) Mon-Fri 9-8 Sat 9-6 Sun 12-5Coupons only valid at the below locations. 6/30/14 6/30/14 6/30/14 6/30/14 www.bernierdental.comPLEASE CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY!813-601-1122Evening and weekend appointments available.MOST INSURANCES ACCEPTEDLet us give you something toSmileabout $86OFFYOUR FIRST VISIT The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for a payment for any other service, examination or treatment which is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for free, discounted fee, or the reduced fee, service, examination or treatment. 5420 Land O Lakes Blvd, Suite 103 813-601-1122Can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. It is not redeemable for cash and has no cash value. EXPIRES 6/30/14. Send health news to news@lakerlutznews.com Health&WellnessOLOR CANCER NETWORKOur Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church Family Cancer Network meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month in Rosary Hall, 2348 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes, beginning at 7 p.m. Cancer survivors and caregivers are invited to attend. For information, call (813) 949-4565.AFO FASHION SHOWThe Alzheimers Family Organization will host its annual Albertas Fashion Show June 17 at the Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity. There will be lunch, raffles, auctions and vendor tables. Tickets are $30. Tables of 10 are available for the price of nine tickets. All proceeds benefit the Alzheimers Family Organization. Sponsorships available. For information, call (727) 848-8888.SIBLING CLASSESThe obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, offers monthly sibling classes. The classes cover topics such as what a new baby looks like, how to become a big helper, and how to make friends with the new baby. The next class is for children 2 to 6 years old on June 18 at 5 p.m. The cost is $10 per child. For information, call (727) 834-5630.CANCER SUPPORT AT KEYSTONEKeystone Community Church, 21010 State Road 54 in Land O Lakes, hosts a cancer support group program with local doctors and hospital and clinic professionals. Dr. Ghassan El Haddad will present Cancer and the Treatment of It June 19 at 7 p.m. Haddad is the section head for radionuclide therapy at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute. For information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211, or the church at (813) 9484522.HUNTINGTONS DISEASE SUPPORTThe Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, hosts a monthly support group for anyone whose life is affected by Huntingtons disease. The next meeting is June 19 at 6:30 p.m. For information, call Nina Qualters at (727) 236-3578, or email npappasqualters@gmail.com.FREE PREGNANCY CARELifeChoices Womens Care, 1527 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 101, in Lutz, offers free pregnancy testing and free limited obstetrical ultrasounds to teens, women and couples facing an unplanned pregnancy. The center is open Monday from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., and Tuesday and Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Appointments are recommended. For information, call (813) 948-7734.LYMPHEDEMA SUPPORT MEETINGThe Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, will host monthly lymphedema support group meetings. Lymphedema is a persistent swelling, usually affecting an arm or leg that sometimes occurs as a side effect of cancer treatment. The next meeting is June 19 at 3 p.m. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. For information, call (727) 834-5630.REV. JACK LONG RECEIVES HUMANITARIAN AWARDRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point has honored chaplain the Rev. Jack Long with its 2013 Frist Employee Humanitarian Award. The award honors outstanding individuals whose daily dedication and caregiving epitomizes the highest standards of quality and personal commitment.REGIONAL MEDICAL EXCELS IN PATIENT SAFETYHospital Safety score recently honored Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point with an A for patient safety. The grade is compiled by how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections. The first and only hospital safety rating to be peer-reviewed in the Journal of Patient Safety, the score is designed to give consumers information they can use to protect themselves and their families when facing a hospital stay.FOOD ADDICTS PROGRAMFood Addicts in Recovery Anonymous meets at Seventh-day Adventist Church, 33420 State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel, Thursdays at 7 p.m. The program is based on the 12-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. For information, visit FoodAddicts.org.NAMI OFFERS SUPPORTThe Pasco County Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness offers two monthly support group meetings at 7 p.m. Family & Friends Support Meetings: North Tampa Behavioral Health, 29910 State Road 56 in Wesley Chapel, first and third Tuesday of each month. This group is for family and friends of those with mental illness. NAMI Connections: NAMI Pasco Office, 6480 Jallo Plaza, 6480 Land O Lakes Blvd., Land O Lakes, every Tuesday. This group is for those living with mental illness. For information, call (727) 992-9653. COURTESY OF REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BAYONET POINTBlessed hands symbolize nursing commitmentThe Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point nursing staff celebrate the Blessing of the Hands by chaplain, the Rev. Jack Long, during a ceremony May 9. It symbolizes the nursing commitment to care, healing, and relief of pain and suffering. Janet Brown, director of the hospitals Neuro Spine Unit, receives water from the chaplains chalice during the ceremony.

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www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 201421 COURTESY OF NANCY WHITENERNAMI offers one-stop shopping for veteransNational Alliance on Mental Illness Pasco County participated in a veterans fair at East Lake High School May 17 to provide veterans and their families information on resources for medical care, claims, services, education benefits, job placement, employment services, housing and social services. NAMI offers support groups and educational programs for those with a mental illness including depression and post-traumatic stress disorder and their families. Helping at the NAMI resource table were, from left, Gloria Strother, Nancy Whitener and Joe Prizzi. Why should I see a dentist if my teeth dont hurt? If there is no pain, isnt everything okay? We sure wish that was the case.! But the worst thing you can do is wait until there is pain or discomfort, because that means the cavity may be getting close to the nerve. 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Magnificent wooded lakefront lot located on Lake Saxon, an 87 acre ski lake. Non deed restricted, without HOA. Ready to build your lakefront dream home. Call Cody Adams 813-909-07122.88 ACRES ON SKI SIZED LAKE WISTERIA;is divisible large enough to build 2 homes. $299,000. Call Cody Adams 813-909-0712LAKE TONY WATERFRONT LOT just off State Road 54 on Knight just $89,900! Call Faith Garcia for details 813-5036610VACANT PROPERTYMOBILE HOME LOTin Land O'Lakes with impact fees, septic and well on a half acre for $28,000!!! Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 today!2.1 ACRE LOTon Lake Thomas Road in Land O'Lakes, FL for only $59,000! Call Faith Garcia today 813-5036610PRICE REDUCED ON ALL LOTS STARTING AT $69,900;Lutz build your executive home today on one of these 5 deed restricted lots between 1 and 1.3 acres. Owner will build to suit or bring your own builder. 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"I was operating down in the Brandon facility, and I noticed that the adult hockey program had taken over," Zimmermann said of Ice Sports Forum, a two-pad complex he also owns. "The kids had limited ice time MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS Gord i e Z imm er m ann, fro m left, is j o i ned by Pa s co County Co mmissi oner Jack M ar i ano and ret i red Ta m pa B ay L i ghtn i ng s tar Dave Andreychuk la s t week i n a pre s entat i on unve i li ng a new four-pad i ce s port s co m plex j u s t off S tate Road 56 i n We s ley Chapel. The new arena is expected to open by late next year. Ice welcomed at new sports complex See ICE, page16 Auto Accident? Slip and Fall? HOLLIDAY BOMHOFF KARATINOS FREE CONSULTATION No Fees Or Costs Unless You Win P.L.Attorneys at Law Walk-Ins Welcome HelpingInjuredPeople.com Call Attorney JIM HOLLIDAY 813-868-1887 18920 N. 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"When I went through this last year, I was asking how much do we really need, and how much do we really want," Mariano said at a commission workshop last week. "I didn't want to put in a tax that was going to keep reoccurring if we didn't need it." A 2-cent gas tax raise would alone generate about $3.2 million. However, the county is looking to increase revenue by at least $5 million to stay at the same level of road work as last year, or even as much as $8 million to fully get the county back on track. Pasco County r evives gas tax debate B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOS Izzie Brown, 14, creates portraits of famous personalities using words or, in the case of Albert Einstein, numbers. She also creates commissioned works, including this surrealistic piece called Consummation.' Land O' Lakes teen is an artful entrepreneur By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Izzie Brown's foray into the business world began with an assignment from her eighth-grade art teacher at Rushe Middle School. The teacher asked her to create a portrait of the Jamaican singer Bob Marley, which Brown did using the titles of Marley's songs to form his image. The teacher liked the work so much she asked if she could keep it. Brown posted an image of the work on Facebook and people told her that's something they would buy. And her uncle was so impressed, he encouraged her to launch her own business. So, she did. She calls it Word Tangles. She sells portraits and T-shirts on Etsy an online retail outlet for artists as well as on a Facebook page and at local markets. Besides her Marley portrait, she's created likenesses of Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Albert Einstein. The Jackson and Presley images are crafted from song titles. The Monroe portrait is made up of song and movie titles, and her Einstein uses the first 222 digits of pi. She created Einstein's image to celebrate Pi Day, which was March 14. "My Algebra II teacher wanted us all to do a little project for Pi Day. The first thing that came to my mind was to do Albert Einstein," she said. The 14-year-old also does custom work. She did a commissioned portrait of the musical artist Sting, and is working on a large-scale surrealistic work called "Consummation" that her uncle hired her to do. She also used her artistic skills to "zentangle" an entire wall in the upstairs bathroom in her Land O' Lakes home. Zentangle is an art form that involves drawing structured patterns. She's young, but she has savvy business instincts. "I really have to play to my audience," Brown said. "At first, it was just doing what I By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Legislation adopted by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Rick Scott on June 9 will make college more affordable for undocumented workers. The governor's signature signals the end of an 11-year effort to allow undocumented workers who have completed at least three years in a Florida high school the opportunity to attend Florida state colleges at the in-state tuition rate. The students, however, must enroll in the postsecondary school within 24 months of graduation. Margarita Romo, executive director of Farmworkers Self-Help Inc., in Dade City, played a major role in advocating for the change, and is pleased by the Legislature's action. "We're very happy that we got what we got. It's been a long time coming," Romo said. For years, she's been taking undocumented students to Tallahassee to meet with lawmakers to explain why it is so important to allow them to attend Florida colleges without paying out-of-state tuition. Throughout that effort, Romo has repeated this refrain: "You can pick enough oranges to pay in-state tuition, but you cannot pick enough oranges to pay out-of-state tuition." With the adoption of this legislation, Florida will become the 20th state to offer some sort of in-state tuition to students brought to the United States illegally, according to The New York Times. Romo credited state House Speaker Will Weatherford's support for playing a key role in gaining the legislation's passage. "The speaker of the house really knocked himself out," said Romo, who was inducted last year into the Florida Civil Rights Hall of Fame for her work in advocating for the needs of migrant farmworkers FILE PHOTO Margarita Romo, executive director of Farmworkers Self-Help Inc., is pleased that the state legislature has passed a bill that will allow undocumented students to qualify for in-state tuition at Florida colleges. Legislature grants in-state tuition for undocumented students See GAS, page14 See TUITION, page14 See TEEN, page14

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them so differently that I think a lot of people wouldn't have recognized him as the same guy. He changed his whole physicality." LeVine is ready to do the same for this production. Even though he also hasn't seen any versions of "Seussical," he already has an idea of how he wants to approach the Grinch. "I feel that, as a character, he'd be very loose so he'd walk around goofy," LeVine said. "And he would have this very distinct, mean face that's cringing all the time at everything." Yertle the Turtle is a very different character, so he plans to approach that portrayal as an older animal with a more distinguished presence. While this is LeVine's first play for New Tampa Players, he's already performed in nearly 30 productions. There are many opportunities to sing and act in the area, and community theater is alive and well, with actors he's met from nearby communities like Dade City and Fishhawk Ranch in Lithia coming here to perform, he said. He also gets to work with actors he knows very well. Since his younger sister also is in the play, LeVine will have an opportunity to share the overall experience with Madison as he prepares for his roles. While they don't get to perform together on a regular basis, he appreciates having a sibling with the same mindset during the run-up to opening night. "It makes it so much easier, because now someone in the family understands my craziness when I'm talking about stuff about Seussical' or any other show we're in together," he said. While rehearsals have just begun, Hartfield said the process has gone so well that he can shape the production to his liking without any singing or acting deficits in the cast. "Honestly, in community theater, there's often a role or two that you are still looking to fill after you're done with auditions because there was nobody who showed up who was exactly right for this character. That happens more often than not," he said. "But in this case I came out of this going, I should have no problem having all the right sounds I need and all the actors are really great for what they're going to be doing.'" "Seussical" will be performed at CrossPointe Church of the Nazarene, 919 Debuel Road in Lutz, on the weekends of Aug. 1-3 and Aug. 8-10. For more information about New Tampa Players, call (813) 386-6687, or visit NewTampaPlayers.org. PROTECT YOUR BIGGEST INVESTMENT 3822 TURMAN LOOP, SUITE 101 WESLEY CHAPEL, FL 33544 813.805.8740 We represent 9 top rated companies that provide Homeowner's Insurance in Pasco County. We will find their best rates and coverage to fit your needs! www.MyTBIC.com The City Grill's mission is to provide high quality, freshly prepared food at reasonable prices, maintaining purveyors of local or organic produce, sustainable seafood, and humanely raised meat and poultry as often as possible. 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LeVine is just one of 50 performers in the cast. His sister, Madison, also is part of the play as an ensemble performer. In all, "Seussical" has more than a dozen actors from Lutz and Land O' Lakes, and director Craig Hartfield said there was no lack of talent when they had auditions late last month. "This audition process was terribly difficult, not because of (problems) finding talented people, but rather juggling them all," he said. Hartfield went into auditions thinking he wanted around 35 for the production, but expanded it when he saw the potential among those who auditioned. In most versions of "Seussical," many actors take on dual roles, so it was easy to split them up to make room for more performers, he said. Hartfield hasn't seen any performances of the Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty creation, and he prefers to keep it that way. Watching it could influence the New Tampa Players' production, and it's important to simply read through the script and assemble the play based on his own vision, Hartfield said. He is, however, very familiar with the stories the musical is based on, and was attracted to the play partially due to growing up with the popular characters that will be represented on stage. Hartfield also is familiar with LeVine's work, and chose him due to the versatility he's displayed in previous plays. "I've seen him in shows and been impressed with his ability to really change himself to take on different roles," Hartfield said. "I saw him recently in a show where he played two different characters, and he did COURTESY OF NEW TAMPA PLAYERS Fro m left, M cK i nnley Nel s on, Darby Sp i egel, Al i c i a Sp i egel and Ca m eron LeV i ne go over s ong s at an early rehear s al of the New Ta m pa Player s product i on of Seu ssi cal.' 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We will soon be your 1 stop shop for all your grooming needs Documentary could encourage a nude German invasion B y Mi chael H i n m an mhinman@lakerlutznews.com The end of the Cold War may have spelled the destruction of the Berlin Wall, but a culture war continues between what was once West Germany and East Germany over one simple thing: being naked. With nowhere to go anyway, East Germans found comfort and freedom from leaving their clothes at home. Being nude was a way of life, until their neighbors from the west arrived and told them to put those clothes back on. Nudism doesn't have the popularity it once had in the European country, but it's prompted one film crew to travel the world to see what being naked is like in other countries. And they ended up in the American heart of nudism, Pasco County, this past week. "The people in the east were definitely raised naked," said Bjorn Buck, the husband of documentary producer Monique Liliensiek, who both made the trans-Atlantic trip to Land O' Lakes. "All the Baltic Sea beaches were naked beaches, and that was absolutely normal to them." Liliensiek found Pasco's nudist community thanks to a Google search, which introduced her to Caliente Resort. A phone call later, she was in touch with retired firefighter and nudism champion Pam Oakes, who introduced the entire film crew to the rest of the local community, setting up stops in a variety of places including Lake Como and Paradise Lakes. "This has been a niche kind of tourism for Pasco all these years," Oakes said. "There was an opportunity to reach out to Europe where there are 50 million naturists alone, and they speak English." The documentary is tentatively called "World of Nudism," and is set to air on Germany's Vox network next month a channel typically home to American shows like "CSI: Miami" and "Burn Notice." Liliensiek and her crew from Runge.TV already have visited places like Turkey and Austria, but plan to make Pasco's nudism community a primary focus of their two-hour exploration into nudism. Pasco County commissioner Pat Mulieri has represented the area where most of the nudist communities are centered for the past two decades, and said even she had to have a little time to adjust. "I'll never forget the one day at the beginning of my term, I was speaking at the Butt Hutt (at Lake Como), and I was thinking, I got this made,'" Mulieri said. "All the guys there had shirts on, and was fine, until they stood up." The communities, however, are one of the key components to Pasco's tourism, and also to other services like charity, said county tourism director Ed Caum. "I wanted to say thank you to our naturists and all you do," he told a crowd that gathered at Hungry Harry's Lake House last week to welcome the film crew. "They are great volunteers. I've never seen so many people without clothes do such a great job of collecting clothing to give to other people." Buck spoke on behalf of his wife, who did not know a lot of English, but said he and his crew were welcome from the minute they stepped off the plane. "We come from the second-largest network, and we have a little budget, but nobody cares about that," he said. "We were told that you're a family and you're a friend, and that is quite overwhelming." This exposure on national television may not be the last time Pasco County ends up in German living rooms in the near future, either. While Liliensiek and her crew headed back to Europe last weekend, Buck stayed behind, and will explore other areas that might get a more in-depth look from the crew. That's especially true for Caliente, which Buck says could warrant a feature of its own. "This isn't only for the naked community in Germany, but for everyone there," Buck said. "In the end, I think what people will realize is that nudism is something good, or at least it's not bad." MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO M on i que L i l i en si ek, center, over s ee s f i l mi ng of her Ger m an docu m entary World of Nud ism la s t week at Lake Co m o fro m the per s pect i ve of her traveler s Lu is e and Peter Krau s e.

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Tickets for the event are $45 each. For more information, visit ChamberLogin.com, or call (813) 909-0827. FLORIDA HOSPITAL PARENT RECEIVES GALLUP AWARD Employees at Adventist Health System the parent company of facilities like Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and Florida Hospital Zephyrhills have been recognized by Gallup as one of the best-performing, most productive and engaged work forces in the world. This is the fourth year in a row that the company and all of its hospital campuses have received the Gallup Great Workplace Award. The company was one of 36 chosen to receive the award. CHAMBER QUARTERLY MEETING The Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce will host a quarterly membership meeting June 11 at 9 a.m., at the chamber office, 38550 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. Speakers at the meeting include chamber president Carolyn Sentelik on the value of membership, and Vonnie Mikkelsen on matching expectations to results. For information, call (813) 782-1913, or visit ZephyrhillsChamber.org. PASCO'S GRISWOLD LOCATION SOLD Birdsong Ventures Inc., is adding to its Tampa office of Griswold Home Care by acquiring Griswold's Pasco office. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Griswold is a non-medical private pay home care company that recruits, screens and refers caregivers who provide companion and personal care services to homebound people. Founded in 1982, Griswold has 200 offices in 35 states. Its Pasco office was started 10 years ago in Central Pasco, and covers the entire county. The new principals are Arthur and Frieda Moseley. Arthur is a certified senior advisor and is vice chair of the Hillsborough Seniors and Law Enforcement Together Council. Frieda is a registered nurse with more than 30 years experience. Working in the office will be Alice Gilbert and Hilda Hellwig, who have a combined 30 years of experience in the caregiving field. For information, visit online at GriswoldHomeCare.com. 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STORE CHAIN SUPPORTS CANCER RESEARCH HomeGoods in Lutz and New Tampa are supporting cancer care and research with its 13th annual "Helps Families Fight Cancer" campaign through June 29. The program benefits Jimmy Fund, which supports pediatric and adult cancer care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. Customers can make a contribution through the store, or purchase a reusable shopping bag for 99 cents featuring artwork by Jimmy Fund Clinic pediatric patient Aleah Smith, 7, of Massachusetts. HomeGoods will contribute 50 cents for each bag purchased to the fund. HomeGoods is located at 17641 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz, and at 18061 Highwoods Preserve Parkway in New Tampa. HART DRIVERS HONORED FOR SAFETY The Tampa Area Safety Council has honored nine Hillsborough Area Regional Transit drivers with induction into the One Million Mile Club during its recent luncheon. The drivers Desmond Coulson, Demetra Jackson, Charles Evans, Rigoberto Oquendo, Luis Garcia, Thomas Palmore, David Gonzalez, Al Hughes and Antonio White have careers with the bus system that date back to the late 1990s and early 2000s, and have completed an average of 14 consecutive years without a preventable accident. The One Million Mile Club has been around since 1994, and now has 124 members. From that group, 24 of them are now inducted into the Two Million Mile Club, which requires 27 years of driving without a preventable accident. Only one person, retired HART driver Samuel Baker, holds the title of a Three Million Mile Club member, a designation he earned in 2004 after driving 42 years without causing an accident. WESLEY CHAPEL CHAMBER HEADING TO TUSCANY The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce is planning a nine-day trip to Tuscany, Italy. The trip is planned to begin Oct. 20, and space is limited. For information, call (813) 994-8534, or email office@wesleychapelchamber.com. UPCOMING SCORE SEMINARS The Pasco-Hernando Chapter of SCORE, which historically stands for Service Corps of Retired Executives, will host the following upcoming free seminars. For information, visit Score439.org. How to Really Start Your Business June 17 at 5:35 p.m., at the Land O' Lakes Branch Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, in Land O' Lakes. This seminar presents key issues people need to know to start their own business. It will highlight business structure, the importance of a business plan and cash flow charts, among other things. E-Marketing Concepts June 11 at 5:30 p.m., at Hugh Embry Branch Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City. Attendees can obtain an understanding of e-marketing technologies and how they may help to enhance the ability of a small business to reach customers and communicate their brand, products and services.

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PUBLISHER'S COLUMN B y D i ane Kortu s Publisher The "pay it forward" concept isn't a new one; indeed some sources say it dates back to the days of ancient Greece. But it has a much more immediate meaning for me. I live in Land O' Lakes in the Lakeshore Ranch community. My children are grown and I'm gone a lot for work and travel. Because of that, I've met just a few neighbors since moving here a year ago. I'm content here with my 9-year-old dog, Jonas, a handsome Airedale terrier. He is a dear dog, and just a month ago, he completed chemotherapy treatments for a cancer common in large dogs. After a rough few months of surgery and then chemo, Jonas is doing amazingly well now. So, imagine my panic when a few days after his final chemo treatment, Jonas went missing. When I left in the morning, I was running late for a breakfast meeting and I raced out of my house without realizing that I'd left the sliding glass door wide open to my backyard. After breakfast, I dropped by my house before heading to work to check on Jonas. I came in through the garage door and immediately saw the open sliding glass door. As soon as I saw that, I knew that Jonas was gone. Fear set in as I looked into my backyard, which borders on a lake. The yard doesn't have a fence, and I've seen gators in the lake. To make things worse, I had taken off Jonas' collar before I left. So, even if anyone found Jonas, they wouldn't know where to call. I had no idea where to look first. Jonas had a two-hour head start. I drove up and down the streets of my neighborhood, calling out for Jonas. A couple colleagues came out to help in the search. I showed a picture of Jonas to the people I saw and asked them to call me if they found him. When the search turned up empty after an hour, I was feeling frantic. Then, Suzanne Beauchaine, a co-worker and fellow dog owner, decided to walk my street again, this time carrying a leash. About halfway down the block a woman saw Suzanne holding the leash and asked if was looking for a dog. It turns out that another neighbor, Diana Gonzalez, had seen Jonas wandering in her backyard not long after I had left home, and had put him in her lanai. Diana took a picture of Jonas and posted it on her Facebook page, asking friends if anyone knew who owned the dog. Within minutes, a neighbor told Diana said she knew where the dog lived, and Diana left a note on my door, letting me know she had found him. I didn't see that note, though, because I'd gone into my house through the garage. This story's happy ending relates back to the concept of paying it forward. When I was talking to Diana after I got Jonas back, she told me her husband initially didn't want her to get involved because Jonas is a large dog and he wasn't wearing tags. Understandably, Diana's husband was concerned for her safety. But Diana said seeing Jonas reminded her of an occasion when her dog, Rocky, a 13-year-old golden mix, was lost shortly after they moved to Lakeshore Ranch. "We were out of town and my sister was taking care of Rocky when he wandered off," Diana recalls. "She was looking for Rocky and we were so worried. Then a neighbor saw her searching and told her that another neighbor had put Rocky in her lanai." So, when Diana saw Jonas, she told her husband it was their turn to "pay it forward" for someone else. To those of you who are pet owners, I'm sure you realize how grateful I am to the Gonzalez family for their kindness. They protected my pet, who I nearly lost to illness, and then nearly lost again because I forgot to close the door. Now, Jonas is back where he belongs. And, the power of paying it forward lives on. Jona s s hown, cau s ed h is owner D i ane Kortu s to pan i c when s he couldn't f i nd h im after Jona s got loo s e after s he forgot to clo s e the s l i d i ng gla ss door that lead s to her backyard that border s a lake, where Kortu s ha s s een gator s s w immi ng. Pay it forward saves my dog

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look your very best this summer cameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin Jane Iredale make-up and Der malogica Skin Care 1817 collier parkway, lutz cameosalonspa.com salon and spa 813 948 7411 shimmer with salon services highlight, cut & treatment $95 with select stylist pureology summer blonde essentials including beach bag $58 ($92 value) while supplies last www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 2014 10 Young artists on display The Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, is hosting an art show by children ages 6 to 12 during June. The exhibit, "Little Artists," showcases contest results from students in Hillsborough County schools. The gallery is open Monday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. For information, call (813) 922-8167, or visit CarrollwoodCenter.org. WWW.CARROLLWOODCENTER.ORG Your Co mm un i ty Calendar Su bmi t 2 weeks i n advance to: news@lakerlutznews.co m All l i st i ngs free of charge What's Happening What s Happening LIBRARY HOSTS SOCIAL SENIORS The Land O' Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, is offering a new monthly group called Social Seniors for coffee, cake and conversation. The next meeting is June 12 at 10 a.m., for a presentation on Egypt. The group is for ages 55 and older. For information, call (813) 929-1214. LUTZ GUV'NA FUNDRAISER The GFWC Lutz-Land O' Lakes Woman's Club is supporting Jay Muffly for Lutz Guv'na, and will sponsor a fundraiser luncheon at the Lutz Civic Center, 98 First Ave., N.W., June 12 from 10 a.m. to noon. Cost is $6. For information, call Sharon Bard at (813) 996-4909. PACA MEETING The Pasco Alliance of Community Associations will meet June 12 at 7 p.m., at the Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Guest speaker will be attorney Steve Mezer. For information, call Ron Litts at (813) 475-4561. RETENTION POND SEMINAR The Pasco County Cooperative Extension Service is hosting a free seminar on retention ponds June 14 at 9 a.m., at the Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Topics include best maintenance practices, retention pond purposes and common pollutants. For information, call (813) 996-2411. DANCE PERFORMANCE AT STEINBRENNER Broadway Dancesations will present its annual dance performance "The Circus" June 14 at 4 p.m., at Steinbrenner High School, 5575 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. Advance tickets are $19, or $24 at the door. For information, call (813) 406-4894. PLANT FAIR AT USF GARDENS The University of South Florida Botanical Gardens, 12210 USF Pine Drive in Tampa, will host a Butterfly, Herbs & Native Plant Fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on June 14, and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., June 15. There will be a children's activity area. Cost is $5 general admission, and free for children younger than 12 and garden members. All proceeds support USF Botanical Gardens. For information, visit Gardens.USF.edu. DADS FREE AT MOSI In honor of Father's Day, dads will receive free admission to the Museum of Science & Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Ave., in Tampa, with the purchase of a child's admission June 14 and June 15. Both dad and child must be present at time of purchase. Must mention offer. Some restrictions apply. For information, call (813) 987-6000, or visit Mosi.org. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS Pasco County Parks and Recreation is sponsoring a series of digital photography classes June 14, June 21 and June 28 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway. for its fifth annual performing arts summer program June 23-27, for children ages 7 through 18. Camp is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Faith Evangelical Presbyterian Church, 200 Mount Fair Ave., in Brooksville. Campers will learn various concepts of musical theater. For information, call (352) 593-0027, or visit LiveOakTheatre.org. TAMPA THEATRE FUNDRAISER The Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa, will host its "Beer and Loathing in Las Vegas" fundraiser July 12. Premium sampling begins at 7 p.m., and tickets are $70 in advance. Grand sampling begins at 8 p.m., and tickets are $45. Theater members save $5 off advance tickets. Guests are invited to dress as their favorite character, or come in a "Loathing"inspired costume. For information, visit TampaTheatre.org. GIRLS SCOUTS SEEKING LEADERS Girl Scouts of West Central Florida is seeking troop leaders, both men and women older than 18, to volunteer. Other opportunities include becoming a program or camp facilitator. For information, visit GSWCF.org/volunteer. VOLUNTEER FOR BOOKS FOR TROOPS Books for Troops needs volunteers to sort and pack books in its storage unit at 54 UStore in Lutz. Day and evening opportunities are available. All hours contributed are eligible for Presidential Service awards. The organization is approved for National Honor Society service hours. To complete an online application, visit BooksForTroops.org. KIDS EARN A FREE BOOK Children in a reading level up to sixth grade can earn a free book through Barnes & Noble by reading any eight books and completing a reading log. The summer program runs through Sept. 2, at participating locations. Offer is good while supplies last. Limit is one free book per customer. VISIT WC CIVIL AIR PATROL Wesley Chapel Cadet Squadron of Civil Air Patrol, located at the North Tampa Aero Park just off State Road 54, meets every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., next to the airport hangar. Cadets range from 12 to 21 years old, and senior members are 18 and older. For information and a schedule of activities, visit WesleyChapelCAP.com. VOLUNTEER AT FEEDING AMERICA Feeding America Tampa Bay-Suncoast Branch, 5829 Ehren Cutoff in Land O' 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 Saturdays per month. After-school hours are offered for students to acquire Bright Future credits. For information, call (813) 929-0200. Cost is $15 per class, or $20 per couple. For information, call (813) 929-1220, email info@con2000.com, or visit Con2000.com/photography. EXCITING IDLEWILD VBS Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church, 18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd., in Lutz, will host the free vacation Bible school "Agency D3" June 16-20 from 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m., for children ages 5 through fifth grade. For information, call (813) 264-1515, ext. 461. HILLSBOROUGH SUMMER CAMPS The Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department is offering a variety of summer camps for children ages 6 to 16, during a series of two-week camps from June 16 through Aug. 8. Camps are on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at various locations. Online registration is now open at HillsboroughCounty.org/SummerCamps. COBB'S FREE KIDS SHOWS Grove 16 Cobb Theatres, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will begin its free summer kids shows at 10 a.m., every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, starting with "Turbo" and "Walking with Dinosaurs" on June 17, June 18 and June 19. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Schools, groups and camps are welcome. Same-day ticketing only. For information, call (813) 948-5444. MESSIAH LUTHERAN VBS Messiah Lutheran Church & Preschool, 14920 Hutchison Road in Tampa, will host a vacation Bible school June 17-20 from 9 a.m. to noon, for children in grades 4 through 6. The theme is "International Spy Academy." Registration is $5 per child. For information, call (813) 265-0806. AFO FASHION SHOW The Alzheimer's Family Organization will host its annual Alberta's Fashion Show June 17 at the Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity. There will be lunch, raffles, auctions and vendor tables. Tickets are $30. Purchase a table of 10 and only pay for nine tickets. Sponsorships available. For information, call (727) 848-8888. ART GALLERY WORKSHOPS The Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery, 6231 Grand Blvd., will host a series of digital camera workshops beginning June 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cost is $20 per person. To RSVP, call (727) 8486500, or email nprgallery1@gmail.com. DONATE TO LIBRARY FRIENDS The Friends of the Land O' Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, are looking for new members and gently used books. Books can be donated at the library Tuesday through Saturday. New member applications can be filled out at the library. For information, call (813) 929-1214. OLD LUTZ SCHOOL MEETING The next general meeting for the Old Lutz School is June 19 at 7 p.m., at 18819 U.S. 41 in Lutz. For information, call Suzin Carr at (813) 453-5256. MEN'S IMPACT WEEKEND' The 2014 Wildfire "Men's Impact Weekend" conference will be at the University of South Florida Sun Dome June 20 starting at 5:30 p.m., and June 21 starting at 7:30 a.m. The event is for men to worship God and learn more about the life he intends for men. Headliners for the event include Tim Tebow and A&E's "Duck Dynasty's" Jase Robertson. For tickets, visit SunDomeArena.com. FIRST UNITED METHODIST VBS Land O' Lakes First United Methodist Church, 6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd., is offering a free one-day vacation Bible school June 21 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. The theme is "Souled Out: The Jonah & The Whales Tour." To register, visit LOLUMC.org. PERFORMING ARTS CAMP Live Oak Theatre Co. is seeking participants

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You Do the Dishes Call 813-975-1700 to reserve your spot 15357 AMBERLY DRIVE, TAMPA www.youdothedishes.com is offering SUMMER WORKSHOPS Workshops will include expert instruction in a variety of artistic mediums, to include pastels, acrylics, watercolor, print-making, sculpture, clay modeling and pottery painting. Children: 7-13 years old Times: 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday Sessions June through August: JUNE 16-20, 23-27 JULY 7-11, 21-25 AUGUST 4-8 Cost: $240.00 per session (includes all materials) Children should bring their own lunch Must si gn up in advance! Space is limited. If your child loves art, this is the camp for them. ART FEST 2014 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O' LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA) (813) 909-0781 www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFF Reading, Math or Study Skills Tests $75.00 (reg. $149) offer expires 7-15-14 Make Next Year Great! Summer tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills K/Pre-K Readiness Pre-K through 12th Grade & education education *12 WEEK AGREEMENT REQUIRED NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY The L AKER / Lutz N EWS CALL RACHEL TODAY, THIS SPECIAL WILL NOT LAST LONG! Don't forget to reserve your spot for BACK TO SCHOOL! in the (813) 909-2800 classifieds@lakerlutznews.com DOUBLE YOUR AD SIZE for FREE! Gearing up for SUMMER? OVER 60,000 READERS WEEKLY! FITNESS CAMPS GAMES SCHOOLS CHILD CARE SPORTS Directory FOR AN EXCITING SUMMER, CONNERTON IS THE PLACE TO BE! Our activities based day camp includes: Sports, Nature Activities, Arts and Crafts, Indoor and Outdoor Games, Daily Swimming in our Super Pool and many more special events! 9 Week Full Day Camp June 9th-August 8th! 9AM-4:30PM Kids ages 5-12 WEEKLY RATES: Per Child Registration Fee: $25 Non-Member: $115 *10% Multi-Child Discount!* SIGN UP AT CLUB CONNERTON TODAY! You must pay for at least one week in order to secure your child's spot! 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Here are some tips for homeowners to help keep their head above water as they make plans to prepare for a flood: Know the causes. Many may not think of flooding in winter, but the season can bring weather that can cause devastating floods, like heavy rains, rapid snowmelt and winter storms. Also, areas that have experienced a wildfire are at a significantly increased risk of flash flooding for up to five years. Be proactive. Just a few inches of water can cost tens of thousands of dollars in damage, and federal disaster assistance is usually a loan that must be paid back with interest. Additionally, disaster assistance is only available if the President signs a declaration of disaster. Not all floods are declared a disaster, so flood insurance might be needed before catastrophe strikes. Don't wait to get covered. Typically, there's a 30-day waiting period before flood policies take effect. Don't wait until the storm clouds gather to get insured. Insure wisely. Flood insurance, which is recommended for almost everyone, is available through the National Flood Insurance Program to homeowners, renters, condo owners and business owners. While rates are set and don't differ from company to company or agent to agent, opting for a flood-savvy agent means getting questions answered properly. Stay safe. What's even more important than protecting a home during a flood is protecting people. Floods can be life-threatening events, so monitor weather reports to assess impending flood risk and get to a safer location when needed. Be sure to know what to do for flood safety. And if flooding occurs, go to higher ground, avoiding flood-prone areas on the way. Never attempt to walk across flowing streams or drive through flooded roadways. Listen to a battery-operated radio for information. Turn off all utilities at the main power switch, and close the main gas valve if advised to do so. Floodwater can contain harmful substances like gasoline and bacteria. Anyone who comes into contact with floodwaters should wash their hands with soap and clean water. More flood safety tips can be found at Ready.gov. For current risk for flooding, or to locate an agent serving an area, visit FloodSmart.gov, or call (888) 226-9499. StatePoint Protecting the family from flooding financially

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE by Mike Matthew special to The Laker / Lutz News Rebecca Weeks, owner of Rebecca Does Hair in Wesley Chapel, schedules appointments to meet the clients needs. "If a client needs a midnight appointment, then I'll be here," says Rebecca. "Hair emergencies are not a problem. If something comes up and you need your hair styled at the last minute, I'll make time for you." She started out working in a large salon in 2010 after graduating from the prestigious Paul Mitchell School of Cosmetology in Tampa. Her dedication and excellence won her a trip to Las Vegas to study with Paul's top stylists, learning color, cutting, styling and finishing. Rebecca opened her own salon in September 2013. "It was scary starting out on my own," says Rebecca. "I began with 4 clients my first week. Word of mouth has helped me to grow my business successfully." She left the large salon due to the impersonal atmosphere there. "It was impossible to get to know my customers," says Rebecca. "I like to get to know my clients personally. I see the person sitting in my chair as a friend, not just a customer." Her clients love her salon. It's a oneseat salon where she can focus on her client without distractions or interruptions. The atmosphere is calm, relaxed and very personable. "I schedule appointments so no one feels rushed," says Rebecca. "I make sure each client has plenty of time for special attention." One nice thing about a one-seat salon is that clients don't have to worry about odors from another workstation. For clients who are especially sensitive to chemicals, she schedules their appointments when the salon air is fresh and clean. Rebecca works with all ages and types of hair. "Many of my clients have curly hair," says Rebecca. "They tell their curly-haired friends about me. That seems strange since I have straight hair, but they love what I do for them." She also receives a lot of compliments for her ability to add body and volume to very fine hair. Rebecca primarily uses Redken color, but she also has an organic color line (Organic Colour System) which is especially nice for pregnant women concerned about chemical odors. Her services include perms, up-dos and hair extensions. Rebecca originally enrolled in college for nursing, then changed her major and graduated with a degree in digital publishing. But her work wasn't fulfilling. It was her mother who suggested hair styling. Rebecca had always enjoyed styling her family and friend's hair. She decided to follow her passion and is very happy with her career choice She lives in Wesley Chapel with husband and 9-year-old daughter. "I was born in Tennessee," says Rebecca. "We moved here before I was two, so I consider myself a true Floridian. I've never even seen snow. A lot of my clients moved down here to get away from the snow. Maybe one day I'll take my daughter up north to play in the snow. I think that would be fun, as long as I don't have to shovel it." Rebecca is active in the community. She recently volunteered to cut hair at Watergrass Elementary School with proceeds goint to Relay for Life. REBECCA DOES HAIR 813.943.4023 27551 Cashford Circle, Suite 101 Wesley Chapel (Behind Sam's Club) RebeccaDoesHair.com Facebook.com/pages/Rebecca-Does-Hair/128292797194788 Hair emergencies are not a problem for Rebecca www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 2014 13 BEAUTIFUL HAIR Best Price in Town $25.00 WASH, CUT, BLOWDRY & STYLE NEW CLIENTS ONLY REBECCA DOES HAIR 813.943.4023 27551 Cashford Circle, Suite 101 Wesley Chapel (Behind Sam's Club) S u r g i c a l A l t e r n a t i v e S urgical A lternative REHABILITATIVE AND THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE THERAPY GET BACK TO ACTIVE LIVING 20% OFF first time customer We effectively treat symptoms that cause acute and chronic pain. If you are in pain or just want to relieve stress. 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If no Democrat enters the race, Wells and Wilson will battle it out in an open primary Aug. 26. COMMISSION CANDIDATES TO DEBATE The Conservative Club of East Pasco will host a debate between District 2 Pasco County Commission candidates Ken Littlefield and Bob Robertson June 16 at 6:30 p.m. The two are racing against Mike Moore for the Republican nomination for the seat. Moore is not attending because he'll be out of town, according to club secretary Nils Lenz. The event will take place at the Zephyrhills Woman's Club, 38549 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. It will include introduction of new city leaders including Mayor Gene Whitfield, Councilman Alan Knight, and interim city manager Steve Spina. For information, call Lenz at (813) 7829491, or email him at nilslenz@gmail.com. MIKE WELLS FUNDRAISER, ENDORSEMENT Mike Wells Jr., who is seeking the District 4 Pasco County Commission seat currently held by Henry Wilson, is holding a fundraiser June 17 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the home of Steve and Lynn Hickman, 37402 Church Ave., in Dade City. As expected, Wells also received official public support from his father, Pasco County property appraiser Mike Wells Sr., who is encouraging supporters to either attend the June 17 fundraiser, or make contributions to him for his son's campaign. To RSVP, email debjwells1@gmail.com. MOBILE HOURS FOR ROSS U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross, R-Lakeland, will host mobile office hours July 8 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 Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14 and Dec. 9. For more information, call (863) 6448215, or (813) 752-4790. By Mi chael H i nman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Now that Florida has taken the first official step to call for what is described as an Article V Constitutional convention, preparations are being made just in case the other 33 needed states sign on and make it happen. Gov. Rick Scott signed into law H.B. 609 on June 2, which outlines what Florida will do in case such a convention is ever convened. The state had not put together any protocol for such an occurrence in the past, but only because since the U.S. Constitution was ratified more than 200 years ago, no such convention has ever taken place. But the possibility of an Article V convention happening started becoming a reality when H.M. 261 a companion bill of S.M. 368 introduced by state Sen. Wilton Simpson, R-Trilby gained the approval of both the House and Senate. That measure takes a big first step toward amending the U.S. Constitution to force Congress to consider only single-subject bills. "This is about having the federal government start conducting themselves in a professional manner," Simpson told The Laker/Lutz News back in January. "Most of the frustration we have with our government is that you have something like a spending bill in Congress. They always add on several hundred million dollars of something that has nothing to do with the subject they are dealing with. And as a citizen of the state of Florida, I am tired of our federal government being operated this way." An Article V convention is one of two ways to amend the Constitution. The other is to have an amendment proposed by Congress itself, and then ratified by a super majority of the states exactly how previous Constitutional amendments were implemented. H.B. 609 passed the House on April 11 by a 73-42 margin, and the Senate on April 25 by a 21-15 vote. Simpson, who introduced the original memorial calling for the convention, did not vote on this supplemental bill. The new law will allow both the House and Senate to appoint delegates and alternates to an Article V convention, if one were called. It would require the Legislature to adopt a resolution from both the House and Senate providing instruction to those delegates, according to a House analysis of the bill. All of the delegates would be required to swear an oath to support the constitutions of both the United States and Florida, and abide by all the instructions of the Legislature. Failing to do to that could mean living life as a convicted felon. If a delegate does not follow those instructions, their vote would be voided and their appointment to the convention would be forfeited. They also could be charged with a third-degree felony. Whether or not such a violation took place would be up to an advisory group appointed by the Legislature, given final say on whether a delegate is acting within the law or not. W. Spider Webb Jr., a former Tallahassee lobbyist who founded the group Single Subject Amendment, is not surprised there would be such restrictions on delegates, since they are meant to be agents of the Legislature if such a convention were called. "They are representatives of the state legislatures, and it is the state legislatures that are sending their representatives and doing the will of the legislatures on their behalf," Webb said. "They are agents, and can only act within the authority given to them by the principal. If they act outside that agency, then the principal is not bound by their actions." Even if a convention was called, it does not necessarily mean an amendment would be produced. The goal, Webb said, is to get the states together to discuss it, and find some consensus in getting an amendment on the table. In the meantime, other states may start following the lead of Florida and Indiana in putting together guidelines on how delegates to such a convention would be selected and managed. Indiana passed its own guidelines not long after the senate president there called for what he described as a "Mount Vernon Assembly" to discuss the possibility of amending the Constitution outside of Congress, according to published reports. Scott signed H.B. 609 along with a number of other bills to start off June, including the state's $77 billion budget. Scott, Legislature set guidelines for Constitutional convention

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Be sure to include a short description of the event and the first and last names of everyone in your photo. wanted to do. But now, it's kind of like I have to listen to what people want me to do. On my Facebook page, I'll ask my viewers, Hey, what color should I do for the background for this one?'" She sells merchandise at kids' markets affiliated with Tampa Fresh Markets. "They go around to Carrollwood, Wiregrass, Hyde Park, Seminole Heights," she said. "It's free if you're under 17." Brown also uses the events to get a pulse on what people would like her to produce. "People will go by and they'll say, Oh, my gosh, do you have Jim Morrison?'" She doesn't. But she plans to do his portrait in coming months. Brown also expects to create images of Jimi Hendrix, and possibly Audrey Hepburn. There are limits on what she will produce, however. She needs to feel a degree of respect for the subject of her portraits, she said, to get into the right creative mindset. "Over the summer, I'm going to do the Beatles, all four of them," Brown said. "I am going to have them on square canvases. I'm going to do all of their faces out of Beatles songs. I'm going to put all four of the Beatles together, and I'll have them on a shirt." When she's ordering T-shirts that display her portraits, she considers marketing issues. "When I did Marilyn, I thought I should get some feminine-fit shirts because all I had done was unisex," Brown said. "I was just thinking about my audience." When her Michael Jackson T-shirts weren't selling that well, she decided to get some smaller, feminine-fit T-shirts, and after that, her sales picked up. She sells her canvas works for $125 each, and her T-shirts for $12 for solid colors and $15 for the Bob Marley, featuring the Rastafarian colors of green, yellow and red. Brown also is selling a T-shirt she designed to benefit autism research. She plans to donate 20 percent of the profits from those sales to the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at the University of South Florida. She's also planning to do a T-shirt with a breast cancer ribbon in October, sharing a portion of those proceeds as well. Brown, who attends the International Baccalaureate program at Land O' Lakes High School, has ambitions to attend business school at Harvard University. She's not entirely sure where her career path will lead, but she enjoys being in a leadership role. Ultimately, her primary goal is to accomplish something of significance, she said. "I just want to be remembered for doing something great," Brown said. "I want to have that kind of credential." To find out more about Brown's work, check out her Etsy shop listing at Etsy.com/shop/wordtangles. Or her Facebook business page at Facebook.com/ wordtangles. TEEN from page 1 Besides the portraits she creates, Izzie Brown will do commissioned work. Shown here is Consummation,' a surrealist work that her uncle hired her to do. Works of this scope sell for $600 to $700, she said. Izzie Brown's foray into the business world began with an assignment to create a portrait of Bob Marley. She used Marley's song titles to create his image. The only other way the commission could raise that kind of money is by levying additional property tax to homeowners in the county. Supporters of the gas tax say it's more fair because the people using the roads are the ones paying for it, whether they live in the county or not. Opponents fear the additional tax would be passed to consumers, and that drivers will wait to get to a neighboring county with cheaper gas before stopping at the pump. Mariano, however, isn't convinced that a property tax increase would be needed to raise an additional $5 million or even $8 million. Instead, he wants to use reserve funds the county's financial fallback in case it runs out of money to wipe out the shortfall instead. Commissioner Kathryn Starkey didn't like that idea at all. "I don't see how you do operation and maintenance out of your piggy bank," she said. But Mariano believes the reserve fund is not following its original purpose, which he says is to keep tax rates low during tough economic times by using saved cash sitting in the bank. Starkey wanted nothing of it, citing her past experience on the Pasco County school board, and how she saw business being done with neighboring districts. "We did not go into that," Starkey said of the reserved funds. "I saw other school boards get into that, and they expected the state to bail them out when they got in trouble. Those school board members were not making a hard vote to have a balanced budget by going into their reserves, and they got into trouble. To me, that is very bad fiscal policy." Commissioner Ted Schrader was ready to do more than that, willing to commit to a 3cent gas tax, and to limit raising property taxes to as small a number as possible. "You raise the millage rate, you may not hear it, but I hear it," Schrader told Mariano. "It's even higher for non-homestead property, and higher for business and retailers." The commission would raise more than enough money to meet its needs by increasing the gas tax to as much as 5 cents. However, that move would not have the support of either Mariano, who says he's limited to 2 cents, and Wilson, who is against a gas tax increase at all. A 2-cent increase would cost motorists an additional $15 annually, or 29 cents a week assuming they filled the tank weekly and gas stations pass those increases to motorists. To hit the $8 million mark, commissioners would have to raise property taxes at least 0.25 mills, which would have an additional financial impact of $12.66 on a home valued at $100,000 that also carries $50,000 in exemptions. Commissioners will have to come to some kind of a consensus before the end of the month. County Administrator Michele Baker said she starts putting together next year's budget just after the July 4 holiday. Commissioner Pat Mulieri, who supports raising the gas tax, said it's important to get this issue decided before work begins on the budget. "You're never going to make everyone happy in this world," she said. "You just have to do what you believe is the right thing to do." and immigrants. Romo took three young men in to meet the Wesley Chapel Republican to discuss the issue, and Weatherford told her that made an impression. "I was actually in the hospital when the speaker of the house called me," she said. "Of course, I didn't answer the phone because I was in the hospital. I just had my fourth heart attack. He called and left a message saying he had a surprise. "He said, I just want you to know that I am really going to support in-state tuition.' That certainly gave my heart a lift. And, he kept his word." When the legislation passed, Weatherford issued a statement that said lawmakers were making history. "For many years, children who are here through no fault of their own have waited for the opportunity to fully realizing their dreams," Weatherford said in the statement. "Today, the Florida Legislature put those dreams into reach." While pleased with the legislation, Romo would like to see an amendment in the future that would remove the provision that limits the in-state tuition to those who have graduated from a Florida high school within the past two years. 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E ven if y o u r e n o t a m o d el m ak er o r tr ain e n t h u sia st, y ou m i g h t j u s t b e lo o k in g f o r an in e x p e n s ive fa m il y o u ti n g o r a wa y t o p ass so m e t im e wi th fr ien d s. It t u r n s o u t th at th e S u n co as t C en t er f o r F in e S ca le Mo d elin g i n O d ess a h as so m e th i n g t o o ff er t o ju s t a b o u t an yb o d y. T h e c e n t e r f ea tu r es th e S u n d an c e C en t r al M o d u lar R a i lr o ad wh ic h is so m e th in g y o u h a v e t o see t o b e li e ve. F in d o u t m o r e i n o u r W o r t h t h e T r i p f e a t u r e o n P a g e 5 B C M A N I O N / S T A F F P H O T O DAIL Y Get the best of both worlds from your only local source of news www.LakerLutzNew s .co m www.facebook.co m /LakerLutzNew s Bringing local news to the world. www.LakerLutzNews.com June 11, 2014 15 Mobile Detailing Basic Wash Wash & Wax Full Detail Home Pressure Washing Also Available Keep your car looking great. Call Curtis for Appointment 813.347.0502 $55.00 WASH & WAX $75 Value $65.00 HEADLIGHT RESTORATION up to $100 Value B y Mi chael H i n m an mhinman@lakerlutznews.com When war broke out in Europe and Asia in the 1940s, Pasco County was nothing more than a small farming and citrus group of communities. But the people loved their country, and showed it by signing up and heading to war. In fact, one in eight Pasco residents would serve in the military during World War II, including Frank Ashbrook, the father-in-law to Pasco County commissioner Ted Schrader. "He was captured during the invasion of Normandy, and spent 18 months in a prisoner war camp in Germany," Schrader said. Ashbrook's name is one of 1,855 county residents listed on the Pasco County World War II Memorial at the Historic Dade City Courthouse. This weekend will mark the 60th anniversary of the memorial's dedication, and Schrader will lead a rededication ceremony June 14 that will include the official unveiling of a new, more permanent granite memorial. The granite slabs replace the original wood panels that have deteriorated significantly since the memorial's first dedication in 1954. "The courthouse is where my office is, and I would come in every day to hear we had some vandalism or a skateboarder hit it, and we had to call (the facilities department) to come and make the necessary repairs," Schrader said. "It was really just that it was time we did something different." Schrader reached out to then assistant county administrator Dan Johnson, and they were able to secure seed money of $25,000 from Pasco County officials, and another $15,000 from Dade City. The rest of the $40,000 cost would be made up from private donations that Johnson would gather. In the end, however, the memorial cost less than the estimate, and the final price tag was an even split between public money and private donations. The rededication ceremony will begin at 11 a.m., Saturday in front of the courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., in Dade City. Schrader will emcee the event, and will be join by U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, who will present a special flag. Of all the people who served, a vast majority of them did return home, including Ashbrook. Just under 40 soldiers from Pasco County died in the line of duty. However, seven decades is a long time, and many of the returning veterans from World War II have been lost over the years. "Unfortunately, they are reaching an age where they are not going to be with us much longer," Schrader said. "It was important for those who are still alive and for their family members that we make sure this memorial is here forever." Joining Schrader in the bandstand the memorial adorns are Florian Gude and Stanley Burnside. Both have their names on the wall, and still live in the area. "I think Florian just turned 90," Schrader said. "It's really gratifying to be able to commemorate their service and reflect back on the sacrifices they made for our country." WHAT: Rededication of Pasco County World War II Memorial WHEN: June 14 at 11 a.m. WHERE: Historic Dade City Courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., Dade City COST: Free INFO: PascoCountyFl.net. WWII memorial ready for rededication Saturday

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STEINBRENNER WRESTLING CAMPS IN JUNE Steinbrenner High School wrestling coach Paul Noble will lead wrestling camps June 16 through June 19, June 23 through June 26, and June 30 through July 3. The sessions, designed for children ages 5 through 17 run each day from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Campers will meet at the school cafeteria, 5575 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road. The cost is $60 per session. For information, call Noble at (813) 4781148, or e-mail paul.noble@sdhc.k12.fl.us. STEINBRENNER BASKETBALL CAMPS THIS SUMMER Steinbrenner High School, 5575 Lutz Lake Fern Road, will host two basketball camps this summer for boys and girls entering first through eighth grade. The first will be June 16-19, and the second will be July 7-10. Campers will receive instruction in fundamentals such as dribbling, passing and defense, and will participate in skill-related games. Awards will be given to group and gender winners during the camp. The cost is $90 per camper, with discounts given for multiple siblings. Same-day registration is $100. For information, call Steinbrenner coach J.R. Allen at (813) 792-5131, or e-mail warriorbasketballcamp@gmail.com. BASKETBALL CAMPS AT GAITHER Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway, will host basketball camps in June for boys and girls grades 2 through 8. Session II will be June 16-19, and Session III will be June 23-26. The cost is $90 for one session, and $165 for two. For information, call Coach Dwayne Olinger at (813) 975-7340, or send e-mail to dwayne.olinger@sdhc.k12.fl.us. REBELS HOME GAMES THIS SUMMER The Tampa Bay Rebels, a semi-pro basketball team, has three upcoming home games at Freedom High School, 17410 Commerce Park Blvd. The Rebels will play the Heartland Prowl on June 14, the Miami Midnites on June 21, and the Palm Beach Knights on July 26. Tickets are $10 for fans older than 13. Children 13 and younger are admitted free. For more information, visit TampaBayRebels.com. WIREGRASS RANCH GOLF EVENT JUNE 21 Wiregrass Ranch High School will host its annual Bull Chip four-person golf scramble June 21 at the Quail Hollow Golf By Michael Murillo mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com The Pasco-Hernando State College baseball team didn't have a great start to the 2014 season. It was a slow beginning in February by going 1-6. By the middle of March, the Conquistadors sat at 8-11 with no momentum and the season slipping away. So when longtime head coach Steve Winterling made vacation plans for the end of May, he assumed there would be nothing on his schedule. "I didn't have the World Series marked on my calendar book. I haven't been there in 23 years, so why would I have it on there," he said. Big mistake, coach. The team went on a 10-game winning streak and eventually qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II district tournament. The Conquistadors qualify for the tournament on a regular basis, but this time they did something they had never done before: They were the last team standing and qualified for the first World Series berth in school history. Winterling was happy to cancel his vacation plans and lead his team to Enid, Oklahoma for the Division II World Series last month. PHSC came to play in that tournament as well, winning a couple of games before being eliminated by regular World Series participant Madison College. The Conquistadors finished their run in fourth place and with a feeling that their success was a total team effort. "We just had some clutch players. Like I told the guys afterward, as hard as it was losing, everybody at one point in the season did something to help us win," Winterling said. "We had some guys who would get that key hit. We didn't have one guy that really carried us." Sophomore Brennan Allen is one of the players who earned a key hit when the team needed it. In the district tournament, Allen hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the eighth inning to erase a 4-2 deficit and tie the game against Wake Technical Community College. PHSC would go on to win. But after that play, they never doubted the outcome. "At that point, everyone thought this was our game no matter what," Allen said. "We had all the momentum." Allen batted .311 during the season (.378 with men in scoring position) and said the team always had talent, but needed to get past early-season struggles and play up to their potential. As he considers options for playing baseball farther into his college career, having a World Series appearance on his resume should help attract attention from potential schools, he said. The trip to Oklahoma should help PHSC as well. Winterling said athletes who want to be part of the program already are contacting him, making his recruiting job a lot easier. "People want to come to a program that's been to the World Series or won a regional tournament because that's what everybody plays for," he said. "E-mail and phone calls have been pretty heavy." The tournament run concludes a year of firsts for the baseball program and the school. In addition to their first World Series berth, the team registered their first no-hitter when Danny Rodriguez, a Steinbrenner High School graduate, threw one back in March. And when the school raises a banner for the team's achievements, it will be the first at the school to read "Pasco-Hernando State College." The school changed its name from Pasco-Hernando Community College in January. Winterling, who was also named the school's athletic director last year, isn't the type of coach to take much credit for himself or dwell on previous successes. He's proud of his players and what they accomplished, but he's already back to work, with a showcase coming up and some players to sign. For his part, Allen said he recognizes the district title and World Series run as something he and the other players won't soon forget. "Going from such a small school, not being known by many people and now putting them on the map, and finishing fourth in the nation, is going to a pretty awesome thing to look back on for the rest of our lives, really," he said. "It was a great experience. It was a lot of fun, and I wouldn't change anything." 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It includes green fees, cart and barbecue dinner. For more information, call (813) 8628314, or send e-mail to wrhsbandboosters@yahoo.com. 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 private and group tennis lessons for players of all ages and skill levels. For information, call Jeanette Marcus at (813) 417-0061, or send e-mail to jmarcusddm@gmail.com. SUMMER CAMPS AT LAKE JOVITA Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900 Lake Jovita Blvd., in Dade City, will host three camps this summer. Two general summer camps will include golf, tennis and swimming, and one will be golf-specific that focuses on rules, swing techniques and sportsmanship. The general summer camps will be June 24-27 and July 22-25, and the golf-specific camp will be Aug. 12-15. Each camp costs $300 per attendee. For information, call (352) 588-9200, or email rweber@lakejovita.com. SENIOR SPORTS LOOKING FOR PARTICIPANTS Senior Sports is looking for interested tennis, volleyball, golf and bowling players who live in Pasco County. For information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211. CHEER CLINIC AT SUNLAKE The state champion Sunlake High School cheerleading team will host a Little Seahawk Cheer Clinic over four days in July. The event is targeted toward students of Oakstead, Lake Myrtle, Denham Oaks, Odessa and Rushe middle schools. The clinic will be July 21-23 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The cost is $25 per student and includes a T-shirt and an opportunity to cheer with the varsity team at a game. For information, email coach Pennye Garcia at pgarcia@pasco.k12.fl.us. VOLLEYBALL CAMPS IN JULY Gaither High School, 16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway, will host volleyball camps twice weekly this summer. The middle school camp runs through July 16 on Mondays and Wednesdays, and the high school camp will run through July 17 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 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AFO FASHION SHOW The Alzheimer's Family Organization will host its annual Alberta's Fashion Show June 17 at the Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity. There will be lunch, raffles, auctions and vendor tables. Tickets are $30. Tables of 10 are available for the price of nine tickets. All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Family Organization. Sponsorships available. For information, call (727) 848-8888. SIBLING CLASSES The obstetrics program at Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, offers monthly sibling classes. The classes cover topics such as what a new baby looks like, how to become a big helper, and how to make friends with the new baby. The next class is for children 2 to 6 years old on June 18 at 5 p.m. The cost is $10 per child. For information, call (727) 834-5630. CANCER SUPPORT AT KEYSTONE Keystone Community Church, 21010 State Road 54 in Land O' Lakes, hosts a cancer support group program with local doctors and hospital and clinic professionals. Dr. Ghassan El Haddad will present "Cancer and the Treatment of It" June 19 at 7 p.m. Haddad is the section head for radionuclide therapy at H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute. For information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211, or the church at (813) 9484522. HUNTINGTON'S DISEASE SUPPORT The Medical Center of Trinity, 9330 State Road 54, hosts a monthly support group for anyone whose life is affected by Huntington's disease. The next meeting is June 19 at 6:30 p.m. For information, call Nina Qualters at (727) 236-3578, or email npappasqualters@gmail.com. FREE PREGNANCY CARE LifeChoices Women's Care, 1527 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 101, in Lutz, offers free pregnancy testing and free limited obstetrical ultrasounds to teens, women and couples facing an unplanned pregnancy. 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NAMI OFFERS SUPPORT The Pasco County Chapter of National Alliance on Mental Illness offers two monthly support group meetings at 7 p.m. Family & Friends Support Meetings: North Tampa Behavioral Health, 29910 State Road 56 in Wesley Chapel, first and third Tuesday of each month. This group is for family and friends of those with mental illness. NAMI Connections: NAMI Pasco Office, 6480 Jallo Plaza, 6480 Land O' Lakes Blvd., Land O' Lakes, every Tuesday. This group is for those living with mental illness. For information, call (727) 992-9653. COURTESY OF REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER BAYONET POINT Blessed hands symbolize nursing commitment The Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point nursing staff celebrate the Blessing of the Hands' by chaplain, the Rev. Jack Long, during a ceremony May 9. It symbolizes the nursing commitment to care, healing, and relief of pain and suffering. 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