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By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com The men and women who have served our country during times of war, or in case of war, have been fighting a new conflict to ensure they have access to the federally provided health care they were promised. But now part of that battle might turn into a turf war between the west and east sides of Pasco County. Veterans gathered at the West Pasco Government Center last week to tell U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis where they want to build a new consolidated center made possible thanks to a Veterans Affairs bill signed by President Barack Obama last month. The bill has set aside $1.3 billion to create or expand 27 VA clinics around the country, including Florida's only new one a planned 114,000-square-foot facility that would consolidate five existing locations on the west side of the county. Many veterans have come to depend on having those centers in New Port Richey and Port Richey, and some are balking at the idea of moving the new consolidated center into Land O' Lakes, or even into Zephyrhills or Dade City. No plans have been finalized, or even proposed, on where this new facility would take place. But a majority of those speaking up last week were pushing for the government to take over the former Community Hospital campus in New Port Richey. That hospital shut down in 2012 after its owner, HCA Healthcare, opened the new Medical Center at Trinity on State Road 54 just east of Little Road. But bringing that building up to the standards needed for a new VA clinic could be costly. "We tried to get Community Hospital about seven years ago," said one veteran, Paul Rizzo. "We met with the VA, and they turned us down, because they said the building was unsafe. It was only built for one floor, but it's three floors." Despite that, Rizzo wants to have the new clinic there. "I still say that Community Hospital is one of the best places that we could use," he said. "It's been standing there for 50 years now, so how is that unsafe? They say we need a complete overhaul of the building there, but what we really need is a complete overhaul of the VA." The Land O' Lakes area has also been shared as a possible location for a new VA clinic, since it's in central Pasco. However, east Pasco also remains on the radar simply because of the available land out there in case VA officials decide to build something new. But getting out that way might create as many problems as simply going to the James Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, some say. 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Hearing Aid Study Participants Sought LEND YOUR EARZ TM Free fittings, exams and follow up care in exchange for your opinion of a new invention. B INSIDE PAGE 1B By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Golf courses are in trouble, and Florida which boasts more golf courses than any other state in the nation could be hit the hardest. The latest to experience trouble is Scotland Yards Golf Club on U.S. 301 in Dade City. The bank that holds the mortgage on the course, First National Bank of Pasco, started foreclosure proceedings against the 100-acre course last month. However, course owner David Rinaldo says those problems look worse than they actually are. "The course has financial issues like every golf course in America," Rinaldo told The Laker/Lutz News in an email. "But it is not shutting down." Golf courses are suffering financially in different parts of the country, especially Florida, as interest in the sport wanes from its peak over the last few decades. Last year, 160 golf courses shut down in the nation, and 300 have closed in the last few years, the National Golf Foundation reported, according to published reports. Florida has more than 1,200 courses, enough to have one course for every 16,000 people. That's just too many for the market to sustain, one golf pro says, especially with other recreational activities that may be less time consuming and less expensive competing against the game. "Golf was in its heyday 20 or 30 years Veterans lobby for new VA clinic site in Pasco See VETERANS, page7A By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Pasco County Schools has taken on an ambitious construction schedule that will result in significant changes for thousands of students across Central and East Pasco County in the next few years. Projects now underway will result in reopening Quail Hollow Elementary School in Wesley Chapel and Sanders Memorial Elementary School in Land O' Lakes next year. Quail Hollow will have enclosed classrooms, updated building systems and new technology, said John Petrashek, director of construction services for Pasco County Schools. The technology will be the same as any new elementary school in the district. Quail Hollow also will be larger. The district is adding eight classrooms there to accommodate 160 additional students, increasing the total capacity to 800. The additional space at B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOS Construction crews have a long way to go to get Sanders Memorial Elementary School ready to become a magnet school for science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. District officials say the school in Land O' Lakes will be ready for the upcoming school year. RON LUDWIN/PHOTO Golf is a favorite pastime of many older players, but it has not really attracted the younger generation. For golfers like Rich ard Buddy of Wesley Chapel, it might be harder to find golf courses in the future. Bye Bye Birdie Dwindling ranks of golfers handicap golf courses See GOLF, page7A See PROJECTS, page7A MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS Kathleen Fogarty, chief of the James A. Haley VA Medical Center in Tampa, shares some of the issues her facility has faced in recent months during a packed town hall meeting of veterans hosted by U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis, right. Projects to yield big changes

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With professional, licensed masseuse. Call for details. *New clients only Wesley Chapel Tax Office NOW OPEN Licenses Driver's License Road Tests Driver's License Permits Vessel (Boat) Registration Hunt & Fish Licenses Birth Certificates Tags and Registration Auto Registration Mobile Home Title and Registration Title Work Parking Placards Business Taxes Business Tax Receipts Real Estate Tax Tangible Tax Dear Residents, I want to personally invite you to visit our new Wesley Chapel office. It is conveniently located and fully staffed to welcome you with minimum waiting. Just look at all the services available at this office! Customer service is our number one goal. I know we'll exceed your expectations at our new Wesley Chapel office, as well as our other locations in Land O' Lakes and Dade City. Mike Fasano Pasco Tax Collector Wesley Chapel Blvd. / SR 54 I-75 Pet Lane Scarborough Dr Wild Fern Ct. Cypress Gulch Dr NORT H TAMPA AERO PA RK Magnolia Blvd. Compark 75 | 4610 Pet Lane (West of I-75, just off Wesley Chapel Blvd.) 813-235-6020 or 352-521-4360 | www.pascotaxes.com I-75 SR 54 B y B .C. M an i on bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Construction of a new school building at Saint Anthony School in San Antonio should be completed in November, with classes scheduled to move into the structure after the holiday break. Ground was broken on the new 17,905square-foot brick structure last November, and initially the structure was supposed to be completed for the start of classes in the fall. However, the building was not ready when classes began on Aug. 18, so four portable classrooms remain on the campus, while construction continues for students in grades five through eight. Those temporary classrooms are situated between Saint Anthony of Padua Church and the Convent of the Franciscan Sisters of Saint Elizabeth. Students in kindergarten through fourth grade, as well as the media center, computer lab, cafeteria, Spanish classroom and administrative offices, continue to operate in the school's historic building, which was built in 1922, said Sister Alice Ottapurackal, the school's principal. The building that's under construction represents a new chapter in the school's history. Not only is Saint Anthony School the oldest parochial school in the diocese, it's also one of the oldest Catholic schools in Florida. San Antonio was founded in 1882 as a Catholic colony. A year later, a widowed woman named Cecilia Morse moved into the community with her six children. When she inquired about a school for the children, she was told it could wait until there were more settlers. So she began teaching 14 children, including her children, in her kitchen. In April 1884, the classes were moved into the church. Then that November, they moved into a frame building. The new building is the fourth in the school's history. Unlike previous structures constructed on the school campus, this one is an additional building, not a replacement. The existing historic brick structure replaced a two-story structure built in 1899, which replaced the original frame structure built in 1884. The historic brick building will remain and will be used for some school functions. The school began the 2014-15 academic year with an enrollment of 210, with students coming from nearby places such as San Antonio and Dade City, and farther away, from Zephyrhills, Brooksville, Land O' Lakes, New Tampa and other communities. The school emphasizes academic excellence, while teaching the Catholic faith. COURTESY OF SAINT ANTHONY SCHOOL Con s truct i on cont i nue s on a new br i ck bu i ld i ng at S a i nt Anthony S chool i n S an Anton i o. S tudent s are expected to m ove i nto the new s chool i n January, after the hol i day break. New school building not ready yet The Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library Gallery at 2902, all day and every day, featuring art by students of the Life Enrichment Center Family Center on Deafness telephone distribution, 10 a.m., Sept. 23 Baby Time, 10:15 a.m., and 11 a.m., every Tuesday English practice at Conversation Corner, 11 a.m., every Tuesday Toddler Time, 10:15 a.m., and 11 a.m., every Wednesday E-books and E-readers: An Introduction, 2 p.m., Sept. 4 and Sept. 18 Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m., Sept. 4 and Sept. 18 Internet Introduction, 10:30 a.m., Sept. 5 Storytime, 10:15 a.m., and 4 p.m., Sept. 8, Sept. 16, Sept. 22 and Sept. 29 Master Gardener: Moonlight Gardens, 7 p.m., Sept. 9 All About iPad Apps, 7 p.m., Sept. 9 Senior Interest Groups, 10:30 a.m., Sept. 10 Understanding Medicare, 11 a.m., Sept. 10 Investment Research Tools, 2 p.m., Sept. 11 Locker Magnet Craft, 6 p.m., Sept. 11 Internet searching, 10:30 a.m., Sept. 12 Gmail Messages, 10:30 a.m., Sept. 19 E-books for Tablets and Smartphones, 7 p.m., Sept. 23 Computer and E-book Tutor, 2 p.m., Sept. 25 Introduction to home remedies, 6 p.m., Sept. 25 Games Galore, 6 p.m., Sept. 25 Gmail Attachments and Address Book, 10:30 a.m., Sept. 26 Hoopla Digital Video, Music and Audiobooks, 7 p.m., Sept. 30 The library is located at 2902 W. Bearss Ave., and can be reached at (813) 273-3652. New River Library Toddler Storytime, 11:15 a.m., every Wednesday Preschool Storytime, noon, every Wednesday Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m., Sept. 4 and Sept. 18 Anime Club, 6:30 p.m., Sept. 4 SHINE Medicare help, 11 a.m., every Friday First Saturday Book Club, 11 a.m., Sept. 6 Gaming Club, 1 p.m., Sept. 6 Senior social, 2 p.m., Sept. 10 Five Wishes Living Will Program, 2 p.m., Sept. 17 RPG Gaming, 11 a.m., Sept. 20 The library is closed Sundays and Mondays, and is located at 34043 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills. It can be reached at (813) 7886375. LIBRARIES

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M ost of us don't take enough opportunities to spend time with friends and family. Busy schedules and money always are obstacles to breaking our routines and doing something different. So when something comes up that looks like fun, I want to tell you about it in this column. But it's not for everybody. If you have an unlimited budget and money is no object, this isn't the place for you. You'll have no trouble finding fun things to do on your own. And if you have nothing but free time and can go anywhere at a moment's notice, you don't need to read this column. In fact, why are you even reading this column right now? Just board your private jet and head to Paris or Barcelona, and enjoy your weekend. But if you're like most of the rest of us, you have to fit things into a tight schedule and it has to fit a tight budget, too. It needs to be worth your time and go easy on your wallet. There aren't too many things like that, but there are still a few out there. And it's my job to find them for you. This week I'm going to tell you about an opportunity to go to the movies. Sounds boring, you say? Movies today are usually overpriced and underwhelming? Well, this isn't a typical night at the theater. These are movies you already know you like. And it's a double feature, so you're seeing two great movies for one price. And that price is cheaper than a regular movie. Oh, the venue is much more interesting than a normal movie theater, too. Sound better? Great. Then let me introduce you to Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., in Clearwater. It's probably been around longer than you have: It opened in 1921 with a Mediterranean Revival facade that really helped it stand out. And after nearly $10 million in recent renovations, it maintains its classic style with modern upgrades. So it's a fun place to see a movie. Or two movies. On select dates this month, they're showing double features of popular modern classics. For example, one night they're pairing up "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and "Alien." On another, it's "Grease" and "American Graffiti." Then they're showing "Rocky" and "Rocky II" together. And each night, it's just $7 to see them both. Now, some of you might be thinking, "Hey, I can watch some of those movies at home for free. Sometimes they're even on television." Well, have you ever seen these movies on the big screen? If you have, you know it's not the same. And if you haven't, this is a chance to finally see the original versions the way the filmmakers intended. That kind of atmosphere makes great movies even greater. Besides, where's your sense of adventure? Why sit at home when for $7 you could take a friend or a loved one to a historic theater and see something you know you'll enjoy? Two somethings, actually. It's a double feature, remember? That's a great deal, and cheap enough that it justifies a little drive time to get there. By the way, this is a pretty cool date idea, too. You could spend a lot more money seeing one movie you might end up hating, or you could see two films you like, and keep some cash in your pocket. I bet your date will notice your creativity and wise financial decisions. That's how you make a good impression in my book. But there are only a few chances to catch this deal. "Close Encounters" and "Alien" are showing Sept. 6., "Grease" and "American Graffiti" are scheduled for Sept. 19, and the Rocky movies will be shown on Sept. 27. The first film starts each night at 7. For more information, call (727) 7917400 or visit AtTheCap.com. If you know of an inexpensive, fun thing to do, let me know at mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com. But please, keep it cheap. We're on a budget here. 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Can not be combined with other offers or coupons. *Applies to Elite systems only. www.LakerLutzNews.com S epte m ber 3, 2014 5A Double feature for cheap at Capitol Theatre On the Cheap By M i chael Mur i llo mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com COURTESY OF CAPITOL THEATRE The Cap i tol Theatre i n Clearwater is a beaut i ful place to watch a m ov i e, and th is m onth they have double feature s for one low pr i ce. PUBLISHER'S COLUMN By D i ane Kortu s Publisher It's been just over a month five issues since The Laker/Lutz News became a bigger newspaper. And reaction from our readers has been overwhelmingly positive. Yes, we've received a few calls from people complaining that our new size is cumbersome to hold while drinking a cup of coffee. But that's truly the only complaint we've received. The most common comment we hear is that our larger format makes us a "real newspaper," apparently because we're now the same size as a daily newspaper. That perception has surprised us. From our perspective, we've always been a real newspaper because we employ real journalists who write balanced stories about people and news in our community. We're real because we publish every Wednesday without fail, and spend lots of money delivering our free paper to 30,000 homes, and at more than 300 newspaper stands, so you can read us every week. It reminds me of that old adage, that perception often is more important than reality. So I suppose that we should be happy by the perception that our new size makes us more real, even though my staff and I thought we always were real. I imagine this must be how Pinocchio felt when he finally became a real boy. Just so you know, the content of The Laker/Lutz News has not changed with our larger size. We have the same reporters writing the same types of stories about our community. What's changed is our design staff now has more room to place stories, create bigger headlines, and use bigger photos and more graphics. We're one of few newspapers in the state to have color on every page even our classified pages so our artists have more to work with now that we're bigger and more colorful. Our bigger size also gives us space for more stories. This week, for example, Michael Murillo is launching a new feature, "On the Cheap." His first column tells you about a super deal at the beautifully renovated Capitol Theatre in Clearwater that sounds like great fun for families or couples. Michael will be writing about inexpensive things to do on a regular basis to help you plan your weekend. Our bigger size also allows us to enhance the presentation of other features we've been publishing for some time. For example, B.C. Manion's monthly column, "Worth The Trip," is now profiled on the front page of our new B section. Don't miss this week's story about Haslam's Book Store in St. Petersburg an amazing place for book lovers and those just looking for someplace new to explore. Our other two monthly columns, "Getting to Know You," by Michael Hinman, and another column by Michael Murillo, "Presenting the Past," are published the other two weeks of the month. Our goal is to give you a special feature to look forward to every week, in addition to our usual news and feature stories. These first-person columns by my staff give our papers a unique voice, and lets you get to know our writers on a more personal level. The positive comments we've heard from readers, and the support we've received from our business community, encourages us to continue to work hard to bring you the best community newspaper we can. Just like Pinocchio became a real boy, we've become a real' newspaper

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HPH Hospice joining with Chapters The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report HPH Hospice has taken a big step forward to create an affiliation with Chapters Health System, a not-for-profit post-acute health care system headquartered in Temple Terrace. Chapters already affiliates with LifePath Hospice in Hillsborough County and Good Shepherd Hospice in Polk, Highlands and Hardee counties. The affiliation between HPH and Chapters is expected to be finalized by the end of December, according to a release. When it's completed, the two will work together to provide services to address the needs of patients coping with advancing age, complex medical conditions, and endof-life issues throughout the six central Florida counties they currently serve. "With continuously changing state and federal regulations and reimbursement practices in today's environment, it takes a tremendous amount of education and financial strength to maintain quality (and) compassionate care," said Tom Barb, HPH's president and chief executive, in a release. "This partnership will enhance our common not-for-profit missions, and guarantee that more patients coping with serious illnesses have access to exceptional care at a challenging time in their lives." Even with the affiliation, HPH will continue to use its current branding, and will continue to raise funds through the HPH Foundation to support programs specific to patients and families in Hernando, Pasco and Citrus counties. HPH was founded in 1984 as HernandoPasco Hospice, and shortened it to its current name in 2006 when the organization expanded into Citrus County. The company employed 526 people in 2013, providing care to nearly 4,600 patients. Chapters Health is the parent of LifePath Hospice, first licensed in 1983 as Hospice of Hillsborough. In 2004, Chapters acquired Good Shepherd Hospice, which had been delivering hospice care in Polk, Highlands and Hardee counties since 1979. Last year, Chapters employed more than 1,300 people, and delivered services to nearly 13,000 patients. State medical license fees are dropping for some The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Fees to license certain health care professionals are coming down, thanks to a little streamlining with some of Florida's medical organizations. Both the Florida Board of Medicine and Florida Board of Nursing have identified excess fees to eliminate, and that should provide a cost savings to those seeking various licenses, according to a release. The Board of Medicine will reduce the physician license renewal fee from $360 to $250 for those renewing their license in 2015 or 2016. The Board of Nursing reduced the initial application and license fee effective July 1. That means those who apply as a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse will now pay $100 instead of $165. "The Board of Medicine supports an opportunity economy in which every Florida physician can pursue the dream of practicing medicine in the Sunshine State," said Dr. Nabil El Sanadi, chair of the Board of Medicine, in a release. "We will continue to search for ways to support the increase of licensed medical professionals in the state of Florida." Medical professionals who practice in Florida are required to be licensed. For more information on the license renewal process, visit FlBoardOfMedicine.gov, or FlBoardOfNursing.gov. Caffeine fix could be fatal The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report An 18-year-old high school senior died just before his graduation in May, stunning the community. What killed him, however, was a new form of substance abuse that has been growing among teenagers pure caffeine powder consumption. And the FDA is warning families about the lethal implications of abusing it. "We feel sad for this young man and his family," said Dorene Thomas, local chair of the LiveFree Coalition, in a release. "Even though caffeine is not an illegal drug, it can lead to serious health issues, even death." Caffeine powder produces are essentially 100 percent caffeine, according to a release. Approximately 3 grams, or a single teaspoon, is roughly equivalent to the caffeine found in 25 cups of coffee. On average, there are more than 3,000 milligrams in one teaspoon of pure caffeine powder, comparing to only 74 milligrams of caffeine in one teaspoon of instant coffee. Teenagers and young adults are exposed and even attracted to this substance, FDA spokeswoman Jennifer Dooren said, in a release. In order to achieve an extra boost, the pure caffeine powder is often taken before practices and workouts. Partygoers take it to combat the depressant effects of alcohol or marijuana. And it's also popular among college students as a way to help stay alert during late-night study sessions. "These produces are not regulated yet," Thomas said. "Teens can easily get these products online, and they're very cheap. If parents don't pay attention to what their children are consuming, tragedies may happen again." For healthy adults, the FDA recommends a caffeine limit of 400 milligrams, or about 20 to 28 ounces of coffee per day. Over-consumption of caffeinated beverages such as energy drinks also can lead to caffeine overdose. Officials say it's hard to measure if the consumption of caffeine is reaching lethal levels. Symptoms like rapid or dangerously erratic heartbeat, seizures, vomiting, diarrhea, stupor and disorientation may indicate an overdose is occurring. "We definitely suggest our parents warn their children on caffeine overdose," Thomas said.

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But there's never been one like the District 4 race last week between current commissioner Henry Wilson Jr., and Mike Wells Jr. More than 36 percentage points separated Wells from Wilson, the largest margin of victory since 2010 when Commissioner Pat Mulieri defeated independent candidate Clay Colson to keep her seat on District 2 by 40 percentage points. Winners who pick up more than 60 percent of the vote in races typically are incumbents like Mulieri, who captured 61 percent of the vote in 1998, and 62 percent in 2002. But rarely, if ever, is the candidate who hits that milestone the challenger looking to unseat the incumbent. Wilson won his seat in an upset win over Mike Cox in 2010, surprising nearly everyone with 52 percent of the vote. This time around, with most of the attention on the open seat left by Mulieri's retirement in District 2, there was a question on whether or not Wilson would even be challenged by anyone else. That is until early April when Wells, the son of former county commissioner and current county property appraiser Mike Wells Sr., decided it was time to run. "We need leadership there, and we need it right now," Wells told The Laker/Lutz News last month ahead of the primary. "We lost Ann Hildebrand on the commission a few years back, and now Ted Schrader says he is retiring in a couple years. Quite frankly, that creates a vacuum that needs to be fixed." Wells would take the seat with 68 percent of the vote, the biggest win of any commission candidate over an incumbent since at least 1980. The former Enterprise Rent-A-Car area manager and current real estate agent won every precinct in the county, and never trailed Wilson as the results were tabulated last week. "When I started this journey very late into the campaign season, I did so because I Last week's primary election attracted less than 15 percent of registered voters. But that's all that was needed to elect one county commissioner, and nominate another one for the November election. wanted the opportunity to help as many people in Pasco County as I could," Wells wrote on his Facebook page after the election. "So I went into the community and met with you. We met, we talked, you talked, and I listened. I'm still holding on to all of our conversations, and all of your stories." Because this seat was decided during primary season, Wilson will continue as a commissioner until November. He told The Laker/Lutz News that he will spend that time doing what he has done all along: serving the people of Pasco County, and "looking out for their best interests." "As far as my future, right now we are trusting God for what he has planned ahead of myself and my family, and am excited to see where that journey will take us." One other commission seat remains up for grabs, and that's the one being vacated by Mulieri, who is retiring after 20 years. Mike Moore, who raised far more money than his opponents, took a first step toward that seat with a primary win. "I am humbled by the support our campaign has received from so many people from across Pasco County," Moore said. "I also deeply appreciate all the volunteers who have worked very hard toward our victory this evening." Moore won a little more than 50 percent of the vote in a campaign where he raised more than $100,000, and received support from outside political groups that purchased airtime on local television stations featuring Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco. Finishing as the runner-up for the second time in the primary is former state Rep. Ken Littlefield, who earned 28 percent of the vote. "It was an impressive win by Mike Moore," Littlefield said. "To prevail in a threecandidate primary with over 50 percent of the vote is a notable feat and deserves congratulations." Littlefield will continue to do what he has done the last five years, he said: "Get up early, put a tie on, and go work for Hodges Family Funeral Home. "I enjoy the work, and at this time, have no plans to run for public office," he said. Bob Robertson, a financial analyst who lives in Lake Bernadette in Zephyrhills, left the door slightly more open for a possible future run. "It was important to me to offer myself without accepting funds from anyone that might compromise me later," he said. "Hopefully now, life returns to some sense of normal. As to future plans, impossible to know at this point." Moore now faces Erika Remsberg, who won the Democratic nomination for the District 2 commission seat without opposition. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOS www.bernierdental.com PLEASE CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY! 813-601-1122 Evening and weekend appointments available. 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The couple recently moved to the area from the St. Louis metro area, and said they didn't know much about the candidates. Victor noted that it wouldn't matter who was on the ballot because they consider voting to be their civic duty. Amos Davis, 68, of Wesley Chapel, is a retired vehicle glass installer, who wanted to support the governor. "I voted for Scott," he said. Davis came to the polls bearing a list of suggested candidates from his wife. "She knows more about this than I do," he said. "I'm just an old redneck hillbilly." Debra Townsend, a 60year-old kindergarten aide who works in Hillsborough County, was casting her first vote in Pasco because her family just moved to Wesley Chapel. She came out to vote against Gov. Rick Scott. "I don't like our governor, she said. "I don't like him at all. I made sure I was here." Her dad emphasized the importance of voting, and that stuck with her. Elizabeth Beck, 34, a Land O' Lakes kindergarten teacher, said she wanted to be sure to sure to cast her ballot in the race for governor. "I want to vote for the candidate who will best support our schools, my students and my profession," she said. She also wanted to set a good example for the students she teaches at Pine View Elementary School.

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Consult your physician about the benets and risks of any surgical procedure or treatment. www.LakerLutzNews.com September 3, 2014 13A Dr. Valent i OD is now pract i c i ng i n We s ley Chapel Comprehensive Eye Care Medical Treatment of Eye Diseases Specialty Contact Lenses Co-management of Cataract & LASIK Surgery Retinal Imaging Walk-ins Welcome! Convenient Hours by Appointment: Tues Sat 10:00 am 5:30 pm Medicare accepted. C all for details. Anthony V Valenti OD & Associates Inc. 27727 State Road 56 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 (813) 994-EYE1 (3931) Bulls hope to raise big money with funny fundraiser By Michael Murillo mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com Wiregrass Ranch High School believes comedy and cross-country means some cash for their sports program. On Sept. 7, the school's cross-country teams will benefit from a comedy show at Side Splitters Comedy Club, 12938 N. Dale Mabry Highway. The weekend's headliner, Tommy Johnagin, will perform at the 7 p.m. show, with 70 percent of admission receipts going to the school. According to Side Splitters general manager Brian Thompson, having a comedy fundraiser is a good way to raise money and have a good time doing it. "It's a nice way for the parents to get out and generate some money for whatever event they're raising for specifically," Thompson said. Wiregrass Ranch has had fundraisers at Side Splitters in the past, and the comedy club has also had events benefiting other groups." The audience can seat 250, and has the potential to bring in thousands of dollars in fundraisers, he said. Those funds would be welcome, since maintaining good teams can be expensive. It can cost between $4,000 and $6,000 each season to meet all expenses and maintain adequate funds in reserve, according to boys coach Chris Loth. Several rounds of Tshirts and meet entry fees can add up, with an awards ceremony thrown in as well. Wiregrass Ranch also charters a bus for one meet each season. The school will use it this year to compete in Tallahassee. As a result, Wiregrass Ranch must get creative with their fundraising, and pairing up with a comedy club seemed like a good fit. "We have very supportive families and friends and alumni who are going to come out," Loth said. "So we thought it would be a good night to get some of the families together without the kids, and have a good time and raise some money as a result." A fan of stand-up comedy, Loth is familiar with the club and the headlining comedian. He saw Johnagin at a local stop a few years back, and thought his style would be a good fit for the event. Johnagin is a regular on latenight talk shows, and placed second in an earlier season of "Last Comic Standing" on NBC. If the event does well for the school, Loth said it could become part of their regular fundraising efforts. The Bulls already host a 5kilometer run, sell advertising space on their T-shirts, and partner with a merchandiser to raise money. It's important to stay creative with fundraising and not fall into a routine, he said. "Our philosophy is we don't want to do the same thing every single year," Loth said. "We want to give lots of different people the ability to participate and reach a lot of different folks." Loth is hoping for a sellout on Sept. 7, and could see doing a similar event every other year if it's successful. The school would be happy to see the event match the success of the teams themselves. Wiregrass Ranch is known to have successful cross-country programs for both boys and girls. They're considered one of the top teams in Pasco County, and have a number of top 10 finishes at the state meet to their credit. The parents have been very supportive of the team and they expect to have a successful fundraising evening at the comedy club, Loth said. As a close-knit group, he feels like everyone does their part of make sure the teams, and the program in general, maintain a level of success. "We ask a lot of ourselves, and in turn ask a lot of our parents and they always come through for us," Loth said. "We try to make it a family, and family supports each other with whatever you're trying to accomplish." Comedians Alex Stone and Krishna Reddy also will perform. For more information and to buy tickets, visit SideSplittersComedy.com. Tickets purchased on the website also benefit Wiregrass Ranch's cross-country teams. COURTESY OF TOMMYJCOMEDY.COM Tommy Johnagin, a Last Comic Standing' runner-up, performs at Side Splitters on Sept. 7. The show also is a benefit for Wiregrass Ranch High School's boys and girls cross-country teams.

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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community Sports Community Sports 14A www.LakerLutzNews.com September 3, 2014 LUTZ BASEBALL GOLF EVENT SEPT. 15 Avila Golf & Country Club, 943 Guisando De Avila, will host a golf event benefiting Lutz Baseball on Sept. 15. Tee time is at 1 p.m., and the cost is $150 per person. Sponsorships are available. For more information and to register, visit LutzBaseball.com. CHEVAL CARES 5K SET FOR SEPT. 20 The third annual Cheval Cares 5K run will take place Sept. 20 to benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The event begins and ends at the Cheval Athletic Club, 4142 Cheval Blvd., in Lutz. There will be a post-race family fun party after the event. The cost is $30 for adults and $20 for children. Registration will not be available on the day of the event for non-residents of Cheval. For information and to register, visit ChevalCares5K.com. SOCCER LEAGUE REGISTRATION NOW OPEN The Greater Tampa Bay Football Club is now accepting registrations for its fall and winter soccer league. The league is open to boys and girls in north Hillsborough and Pasco counties from ages 5 through 19. Each team will have one practice day per week, and a game on Saturdays. Practices and games will be at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway. To register, visit GTBFC.com. For information, call Frank Coorey at (727) 423-8886, or e-mail fcoorey@verizon.net. HIKE FOR HOSPICE IN NOVEMBER Gulfside Hospice will have its eighth annual Hike For Hospice on Nov. 16 at Rasmussen College, 18600 Fernview St., in Land O' Lakes. The event includes a 5-kilometer run and walk. Registration is $25 for adults, $15 for students, and $10 for children younger than 11. The cost includes a T-shirt, breakfast and beverages. To register or to receive sponsorship information, call (800) 561-4883. Registration also is accepted at FristGiving.com/GulfsideHospice. SENIOR SOFTBALL REGISTRATION IN SEPTEMBER A 60-and-older co-ed slow-pitch softball league will have registration and drafts Sept. 12, Sept. 19 and Sept. 26 from 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., at Field 10 of the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway. The games begin in October. For more information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211. LOL STARS GOLF TOURNEY SEPT. 20 The Land O' Lakes Stars Baseball Club will host a fundraising golf tournament Sept. 20 at the Lexington Oaks Golf Course, 26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. The event will help the little league team raise funds for a trip to Cooperstown, New York. Sponsorships are available. For information, visit LOLStars.org. SOCCER ACADEMY FROM GRACE COMMUNITY Grace Soccer Club will host its 3v3 Academy for children in first through sixth grade. The program is designed to strengthen soccer skills, sportsmanship and faith. The cost for the six-program session is $25. They will be on Wednesday nights Sept. 10, Sept. 17 and Sept. 24, as well as Oct. 1, Oct. 8 and Oct. 15 at the church's property on Boyette Road. For information, call (813) 994-9363, visit ExploreGrace.com, or e-mail soccer@exploregrace.com. ROTARY GOLF OUTING OCT. 24 The Daybreak Rotary Club of Zephyrhills will have its 22nd annual golf outing on Oct. 24 at the Links of Lake Bernadette Golf Club, 5430 Links Lane. The event includes a round of golf, various challenges and contests, dinner, door prizes, and an awards banquet. Registration begins at noon with tee-off starting at 1 p.m. The cost is $85 per person. For information, call Theresa SommersPeacock at (813) 788-3369, Mike Wooton at (813) 777-1222, or Nelson Ryman at (813) 997-5939. CENTRAL FLORIDA OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Lake Jovita Golf & Country Club, 12900 Lake Jovita Blvd., in Dade City, will host the Central Florida Open Championship Sept. 18-19. Up to 144 of the top professional and amateur golfers in central Florida are expected to compete on the club's South course. Tee, range and custom flag sponsorships are available. For information, call Rick Weber at (352) 588-9200, or email rweber@lakejovita.com. SPORT ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE FOR SENIORS Senior Sports is seeking players older than 60 for a number of regular co-ed sporting events, including Slo-Pitch softball for fall and winter competition. Senior Sports has participants who play golf every Wednesday and bowling every Thursday. It also has added tennis and indoor volleyball. For more information, call Walt Bockmiller at (813) 527-8211. 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 SEND SPORTS NEWS TO MMURILLO@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM CHECK THIS OUT Program, expectations on the rise at Freedom By Michael Murillo mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com According to the record books, Freedom High School finished with a 3-7 record last year. But head coach Tom Donohoe doesn't see it that way. "The program was 8-8," said Donohoe, now entering his third season at the helm. "That's the way we look at it, because we coach varsity and JV. Our goal is to improve as a program." Including junior varsity records, instead of back-to-back 3-7 campaigns, Freedom improved from 6-10 to 8-8 over the previous year. At least from the coach's perspective. Rebuilding from the ground up the varsity team hasn't had a winning season since 2009 means looking at improving all aspects of the Patriots' football program. Installing discipline, structure and stability at all levels of play is important, Donohoe explained. Practices are more organized, and the program as a whole has a clear understanding of what they're trying to do. The same coaches lead both teams, so the transition from junior varsity to varsity should be a smooth one for players as they advance in the system. While that focus didn't translate into more wins over the previous season for the Patriots, there were bright spots and areas of improvement. Freedom was involved in a number of close games, including two road losses by a total of 10 points to Strawberry Crest and district foe Steinbrenner. Freedom plays both of those teams at home this year, and Donohoe is looking forward to seeing year-to-year improvement as they tackle familiar opponents throughout the schedule. The Patriots' defense also was a bright spot in 2013, providing solid play and keeping the team in many games. Eight starters are returning from last year, which provides stability at what already was a strong point for the team. Defensive backs and linebackers should be particularly effective this season, Donohoe said. The defense understands that they'll be expected to continue their solid play and help the team turn the corner in 2014. "It's going to be on us to step up and score points defensively," said linebacker Lee Carabali. The team has been hitting the weight room over the summer, and is now stronger as a result. He's even seen improvement in the offense as the defense faces them in practice. That improvement would be welcome in 2014. While the defense was doing their part to help the team win last year, the other side of the ball wasn't as effective. "Our offense was sputtering," Donohoe admitted. The Patriots only reached the 20point mark once all last year, and failed to score 10 points four times. But Freedom closed the year with two straight wins, including a 33-13 win over Wiregrass Ranch in their home finale. The team is returning six starters, has talented weapons at skill positions and had strong performances in seven-on-seven competition over the summer, Donohue said. A new offensive coordinator should provide fresh perspectives as well, giving the coach plenty of optimism for the coming season. "It's definitely going to be a better year in terms of offensive productivity," Donohoe said. "No doubt about it." The attitude change has made an impact on experienced players like defensive back Aaron Cox. "A lot of people, since I was a freshman, were playing around and not really disciplined," Cox said. "But now that we have better coaches, they've been working with us and we've been working real hard." The players have come together and bought into the system, he said. With so many returning starters, the Patriots are feeling good about improving their fortunes in 2014. But Donohoe also is excited to see how newer players perform. He expects athletes who played junior varsity to step up and contribute immediately. They should be comfortable with the system and ready to perform, which Donohoe hopes will lead to some better numbers for the varsity squad. "A lot of these guys played with us for the last couple of years," he said. "They're a product of what we've been doing, and they know the expectations. It should be their time to shine. "We feel like we're finally getting to that point where we should be successful a little bit more in varsity now, too." MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTO Structure and organization are key words at Patriots' practices under coach Tom Donohoe. 2014 Patriots Schedule 8/29 at King 9/5 Middleton 9/12 at Wharton 9/19 at Gaither 9/26 Strawberry Crest 10/2 at Sickles 10/17 Tampa Bay Tech 10/24 Steinbrenner 10/31 at Wiregrass Ranch 11/7 Riverview FREEDOM PATRIOTS LAST YEAR: 3-7 1-4 in the district fifth place in Class 7A-District 7 KEY RETURNING PLAYERS Johnny Rodicio, slot back Lee Carabali, linebacker PLAYER TO WATCH Sayff Saed, wide receiver, quarterback "He can do a number of different things. He has a lot of talent and can go into a lot of different positions." Coach Tom Donohoe COURTESY OF RON LUDWIN A swimming start Jordan Wheeler, right, a senior at Land O' Lakes High School, takes a breather after finishing the 100-meter butterfly against Mathew Finn, left. Both were taking part in the first swim meet of the new school year as Land O' Lakes faced off against Ridgewood at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex.

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Cash's best trick is that he rings a bell when he needs to go outside. www.LakerLutzNews.com S epte m ber 3, 2014 2B A fun kitten for you Luke came to the shelter when he was about 10 weeks old, and has been spending time with his brother, Robbie, who's also up for adoption. He is very spunky and he loves to play. Bring your pets & celebrate World Rabies Day with us! Together Against Rabies All cats m ust b e i n a carr i er. All do g s m ust b e on a 6 ft leash or i n a carr i er. Event w i ll i nclude educat i onal se mi nars, i nfor m at i on on ra bi es d i sease and prevent i on, and a ra bi es vacc i nat i on cl i n i c for do g s and cats. Everyone i n the co mm un i ty i s i nv i ted to attend. Snacks, Food, and Bevera g es w i ll b e ava i la b le for sale. For more information please contact Joya Coen with GentleCare Pet Hospital at 813-949-4416 or via email: vet@gentlecarepethospital.com Date: September 27, 2014 Time: 10:00am-3:00pm Location: Ridge Manor Community Center 34240 Cortez Blvd Dade City, FL 33523 Cost: Free admission Rabies vaccinations: Free vaccination for dogs and cats (does not include county license) Special to The Laker/Lutz News One of the most fundamental responsibilities of pet ownership is an annual visit to the veterinarian for a heartworm checkup. Dr. Stephen Jones, a veterinarian and the president of the American Heartworm Society, is offering some answers to common questions about this ritual. My veterinarian is recommending a heartworm test, but my dog was just tested a year ago. Why does he need a test again so soon? Your dog should have an annual heartworm test to determine if he became infected during the previous season. It takes months before a dog with heartworm will test positive. So testing annually usually at the time the prescription for his heartworm medication is being renewed makes sense. As with many diseases, the earlier heartworm can be diagnosed, the better the chances he will recover. If heartworm disease in a dog goes undetected and untreated, the worms can cause progressive and potentially fatal damage to his arteries, heart and lungs. If my dog is on continuous heartworm prevention, why does he need to be tested? Annual testing ensures his prevention program is working. Heartworm medications are highly effective, but dogs can still become infected. Why? A common reason is simple forgetfulness. Missing just one dose of a monthly medication, or administering it late, can leave a dog unprotected. Even if you do everything right and on time, it's no guarantee. Some dogs spit out their heartworm pills when their owners aren't looking. Dogs also have been known to vomit heartworm pills, or rub off a topical medication. Whatever the cause of missing or delaying a dose. Any of these mishaps can put your dog at risk of heartworm infection. Do my cats need heartworm protection too? Like dogs, cats get heartworm disease. And while cats are not easily infected as dogs, it only takes one or two heartworms to make a cat very sick. That's why the American Heartworm Society recommends year-round heartworm prevention for both dogs and cats. Because heartworm disease in cats may or may not involve infection with adult worms, the diagnosis can be challenging. Veterinarians typically run heartworm blood tests on cats before putting them on medication the first time, but later rely on such procedures as chest X-ray and ultrasound to confirm diagnoses. More information about heartworm disease and its prevention can be found at HeartwormSociety.org. Remember, pets need year-round prevention to keep them healthy and free of deadly heartworms. Your pet's annual heartworm checkup is crucial. 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