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LOCAL & STATE 2 OUT & ABOUT 6 | SPORTS 11 BUSINESS & COMMUNITY 13 FUNNIES 18 | OPINION 19 INDEX Subscribers: Refer a friend to the Hernando Sun and we'll send you a Hernando Sun bumper magnet as a token of our appreciation! COASTAL RESTORATION Volunteers brave the rain to plant native foliage. ST. LEO SPORTS Teams compete in national championships See VFW, Page 14 YOUR WEEKLY LOCAL NEWSPAPER June 1 7, 2018 Volume IV, Issue IX hernandosun.com Suggested Retail 75 THE Hernando Sun Hernando Sun AIRBORNE CINEMATOGRAPHER DAVID ALAN ARNOLD Page 20 84 HIGH LOW 64 WEATHER SHUAYB DENTAL FAMILY & IMPLANT DENTISTRY Call for Your Appointment 352 -666 5133 229 MARINER BLVD., SPRING HILL, FL 34609 S A M E D A Y C R O W N S Cerec Crown I n c l u d e s : X R a y ( D 0 2 2 0 ) O f f i c e V i s i t ( D 0 1 4 0 ) M U S T P R E S E N T C O U P O N B E F O R E T R E A T M E N T L I M I T E D T I M E O F F E R C O U P O N S O R S P E C I A L S A R E F O R T H O S E W I T H N O I N S U R A N C E M A R I N E R L O C A T I O N O N L Y Cannot be used with any other coupon, discount, special or offer. New patients only. EXPIRES JULY 31, 2018 N E W P A T I E N T S P E C I A L Exam and X -Rays (ADA -D0150) Full Mouth Service (ADA -D0210) M U S T P R E S E N T C O U P O N B E F O R E T R E A T M E N T L I M I T E D T I M E O F F E R C O U P O N S O R S P E C I A L S A R E F O R T H O S E W I T H N O I N S U R A N C E M A R I N E R L O C A T I O N O N L Y Cannot be used with any other coupon, discount, special or offer. New patients only. EXPIRES JULY 31, 2018 $ 6 4 9 w w w s h u a y b d e n t a l c o m F R E E 8 EASY PULLED PORK 16 Tender and delicious shredded pork shoulder. 11 See SIGNINGS, Page 11 SPORTS BY ANDY VILLAMARZO HERNANDO SUN SPORTS WRITER SPRING HILL With the school year complete, graduating athletes around Hernando County are still in search of where theyll play on the collegiate level and a few have found their new homes. In the days leading up to the end of the school year, two of Springsteads top athletes are now signing with universities and they signed letters of intent. Randy Morgan and Kyle Manuel signed with Ad vanced Prep Academy and Southeastern University, respectively. Both Morgan and Manuel played on Springteads football team this past 2017 campaign. Morgan, who played running back primarily, made a name for himself in the Springstead football record Springstead football players sign with colleges; Hernandos Austin Legg signs with Missouri Springsteads Randy Morgan signs with Advanced Prep Academy. Photo submitted VFW Post 10209 Memorial Day Observance See JUNE 1, Page 3 by LISA MACNEIL, STAFF WRITER A faint outline of where the Brooks ville Police lettering was once bold city departments former headquarters. June 1, 2018: the Hernando County enforcement within the city of Brooks ville and several former Brooksville June 1: Sheri's Oce replaces Brooksville PD n May 28, 2018 thousands gathered together at Florida National Cemetery located 6502 SW 102nd Ave. in Bushnell to salute and honor our veterans and our fallen veterans. The National Ceme is a United States federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. U.S. Service Members who died while on active duty. First enacted to honor Union and Confederate soldiers follow War I to honor Americans who have died in all wars. The procession of vehicles entering The Florida National Cemetery were di Flags of the Fallen which were donated by families of deceased veterans. We, the people, salute and honor our Veterans Left: A moment of Remembrance. Far left: Introduction by Pamela Hoback. ARTICLE A ND PHOTOGR AP HY BY CHERYL CL A NTON See HONORING OUR VETERANS, Page 14 SALUTE TO THE FLAG SPRING HILLOn Monday, May 28, 2018, VFW Post 10209, of Spring Hill, held its annual Memorial Day Observance. It was a wonderful turnout with over 100 attendees. Prayer and Benediction was given by Lou Paler mo. e Guest Speaker was Commissioner Steve Champion who gave an eloquent speech citing the United States casualties in the various conicts throughout the history of our country. e Placing of the Wreath was done by Auxiliary President, Dawn White, and VFW Junior Vice Commander, Ron McCombs. Lowering of the Colors was performed by Bob Ross and Paul Welch. e solemn homage of Taps was given by Com mander Dan Lynch. Following the conclusion of the Observance, the post held its Induction of O cers for the year 2018-2019. e post and guests then enjoyed a barbeque and aernoon of entertainment

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2 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 LOCAL & STATE HOW TO READ YOUR MAILING LABEL The Week of June 1 7, 2018 Julie B. Maglio : Editor, Publisher Rocco Maglio : Barrista, Publisher Cheryl Clanton: Photographer Andy Villamarzo: Sports Writer Alice Mary Herden: Photographer Dr. Domenick Maglio, Contributor William Holland: Contributor Donna Snapp: Ad Sales Representative (352) 428-8419 Ellen Corsi Tutko: Ad Sales Representative (614) 208-2066 Sarah Nachin: Ad Sales Representative Subscribe with your check made out to Hernando Sun Publications to P.O. Box 12203; Brooksville, FL 34603 Please call (352) 238-5454 News Desk For news tips, concerns, or corrections call: (352) 238-5454 ID STATEMENT: Hernando Sun is published weekly, by Hernando Sun Pub lications, LLC at 13491 Simmons Lake Road, Brooksville, FL 34601.; Publication Title: The Hernando Sun; Publication number: 16590; Issue Date: June 17, 2018; Statement of Lake Rd Brooksville, FL 34601; Application to Mail at Period icals Postage Prices is Approved at Tampa Bulk Mail Entry Unit (BMEU) 5433 W Sligh Ave Ste A Tampa, FL 33634-9651; POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the Hernando Sun P.O. Box 12203 Brooksville, FL 34603 Where is The Hernando Sun sold? You can purchase The Hernando Sun at Pub lix, Winn Dixie, Walmart, Walgreens, 7-eleven, Speedway, Sunoco, Racetrac and Dollar General locations in Hernando County. Additionally, we have vending boxes at the Hernando County Courthouse, Florida Cracker Kitchen, entrance to Brookridge, at the Highpoint Club House. Local stores that sell the paper include Toyodoc, Deli World, Express Oil, AMA Mart, Des Champs, Lake Lindsey Mall. Please call us at (352) 238-5454 if you are a business interested in selling the Hernando about candidates/ amendments Wed. June 6th at The Lake House 1202 Kenlake Ave, S.H. 6:30 pm mixer; 7 pm meet ing. Featured speakers are Melissa Erickson of the Alliance for Public Schools along with Democratic candidates Colleen Kasperek for State Rep. Dist. 35 and Debbie Salvesen for County Commission Dist. 2. Meet the candi dates, share your concerns. Tuesday, June 19 at 6:30 PM 8 PM The Press Box 7385 Spring Hill Dr, Spring Hill, Florida 34606 Did you know that there are 13 Constitutional Amendments that will be on the 2018 Florida General Election Ballot? The issues will be ranging from Gambling, Taxes, Voting Rights, Education, Government Corruption, Victim several other issues. Many of these Amend same amendment. Are you prepared to make informed decisions on these votes? Do you want to be? Politics in the Park July 18th, 5-9 pm at Nature Coast Technical High School Hosted by CETA and Greater Hernando County Chamber of CommercePolitics in the Park is a forum/expo designed to help local candidates reach the residents of Hernan do County and give them the opportunity to speak one on one in a family friendly atmo sphere. A portion of the net proceeds will be donated to the Chamber Education Training Association (CETA). **********************************CAR-RT LOT **R 084 749 12-15-19 0048A24 46P 17T JANE DOE XXXXX 34TH ST SPRING HILL, FL 34609-0389 e information in bold is important to your subscription account. e number in this example: 749 is the Account Number. e Date 12-15-19 is the subscription expiration date. e subscriber name and address is below. Everything not in bold is information the post oce uses to deliver and sort the mail such as the specic Route Number in the top right corner R 084 in this case. Your label may have a FIRM, ADC or 5-DIGIT code instead. BY LISA MACNEIL HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER The Weeki Wachee River has been a frequent subject of discussion in re cent years, primarily due to its popularity. The number of people visiting the river, usually on watercraft has raised concerns of safety, damage to the riverbanks, litter, and harm to wildlife. Based on these discus sions, a Carrying Capac ity Study agreement was signed between Hernando County and the Southwest Florida Water Management each paying $125,000 to conduct the study, which is to begin on June 1, 2018 and conclude in this time, data will be collected about the amount and types of vessels on on the natural landscape, sedimentation, The study aims to determine the rec nah Pracksenior age groupphoto by Heather Francis by SAVANNAH ALDAY HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER Board of the County Commissioners met to ap prove the Barclay Avenue Widening Project. They are planning on widening the road from two lanes to four lanes. This project had been a part of Hernan do Countys Comprehen sive Land Use Plan since around the year 2005. The Board was allowed to obtain property from Samir and Samar Shakfeh, residents of Barclay Av enue. The cost to acquire the Shakfeh properties which includes attorneys costs for additional rightof-way along Barclay Avenue is $325,000. The initial completion of the Barclay Avenue Widening Project is reliant on the removal of the Shakfeh properties, according to the decision partment of Public Works. This was a high one, Assistant County Attor continued to stress the im portance of how it is not as much the value of land The Chairman of the Board, Steve Champion, brought up the idea of obtaining the land by eminent domain, but all decided against it as it would cost far more and the Shakfehs were willing to give over the land vol untarily. Chairman Champion stated further in favor of the Barclay Widening Project, Its dangerous out on that road. Coming there. Theres a lot of If we get these two properties, we are in phase two. The new Public ready to redo the intersec tion at Elgin and realign the San Antonio-Barclay Intersection, Randy other side of Barclay is just empty land. There is nothing on them and the land can be valued later on. The estimated amount of time before the project can begin is three to four months to allow time for for the vacated land to be cleared out. There are three North-South ways to get to Spring Hill: Mariner, California, and Barclay. pand California way down the line, due to the amount of people. There are more travelers on Barclay, now, than the Sunshine Turn ed, referring to the high that our community has been receiving. Chairman Steve Champion stated,There is a need for this [the widening project] in the community. Theres no doubt about it. All were in favor of proceeding with the project, and agreed that the Shakfeh property is necessary in order to Barclay Avenue as soon as possible. County to proceed in Barclay widening project The NRA Foundation has awarded UF/IFAS winning shooting sports program. "We are very more youth by adding Nancy A. Moores, "and pleased that the NRA is making an investment in our community." is home to the Hernando hands on educational and safety programs in both will allow the program a discipline more suited for youth ages 8-10. The is the development of youth as individuals and as responsible and produc Program stands out as marksmanship, the safe and responsible use of hunting and archery, and much more. The activities of the program and the support of caring adult leaders provide young people with opportunities to develop life skills, selfworth, and conservation ethics. program is very family oriented and has been sponsored in part by the Hernando Sportsmans Club, LLC for many years. Together, youth and adults work to learn respect and control of ship and sportsmanship, as well as self-disci pline, responsibility, and teamwork, said Agent Moores. Ive been sion Hernando County for almost 20 years and we have always had a thriving shooting sports program. We are commit ted to teaching young peo ple how to safely handle the curiosity that often leads to tragedies. velopment program in a variety of community clubs, day camps, resi dential camps, short term programs, and specialty events. Youth ages 8-18 as of September 1st and not yet graduated from high school are eligible. Some restrictions apply. For information on joining, contact Nancy A. Moores, is an equal opportunity institution. Association Established in 1871, the About The NRA Foundation Established in 1990, About Friends of NRA carrying capacity study reational carrying capacity of the main headspring and river that would allow the access and recreational en joyment while preventing damage to the river bottom and shoreline, impacts to wildlife or hindrances to wildlife access. At the regular meeting on May 22, 2018, the Board of County Com unanimously to approve the agreement. Although the money marked for the study from the Quality of Life and Sensitive Land funds were moved into county reserves that morn for the study. Commissioner John importance of the research. Were going to have to it. If we dont, were put ting the county at risk for losing the funds to address the river, Allocco said the stall could ultimately decrease tourism dollars and people coming to Hernando County. This project will be broken into two phases. development of the meth odology for the capacity including estimated cost. phase. Phase 2 is the ac tual study, which includes an ecologically based carrying capacity study the natural systems of the Weeki Wachee River.

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Trespassed and then Arrest HOLLAND, JAYME LYNN YOB: 1975 CHARGES: TRESPASS IN STRUCTURE/CONVEY Arrested at 05/25/2018 14:02 13300 CORTEZ BLVD, BROOKSVILLE Arrest Summary: "On 05252018 at approximately 0915 hours, Jayme Lynn Holland was found sleep ing in front of Walmart, located at 13300 Cortez Blvd. Jayme caused a minor disruption and was told several times to leave and not return by the Loss to. At approximately 1345 hours, Jayme returned and was told several more times to leave and not return. Jayme ignored the and entered the store and began driving one of the handicap carts around the store while still refusing to leave. I made contact with Jayme in the ladies clothing area where she stated she was looking for if she had any money to which she replied she did not. I then asked her how she intended to pay for an she did not know. After being told several times to leave the property, I placed Jayme under arrest for Trespass after Warning at 1402 hours. I then transported Jayme to the Hernando Coun ty Jail without incident, where she was given a 1,000 bond per the bond schedule." tion Drug Bust GAILEY LAFONTAINE, TERESA SELINA YOB: 1962 CHARGES: POSSES SION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSES SION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, POSSES SION DRUG PARAPHER NALIA Arrested at 05/25/2018 15:00 6270 COMMERCIAL WAY, SPRING HILL Arrest Summary: "On 05/25/2018, I was dis patched to the Weeki Wa chee Village in reference to assisting Fire Rescue with a woman who appeared to be passed out within her vehicle. Once contact was made peared she was the sole occupant of her 2012 silver in color, Honda Accord bearing Florida tag: JFAB36. The defendant re fused all medical attention and remained on scene with law enforcement. While interviewing the defendant she consented to a search of the vehi cle she was in control of. During the vehicle search I located an orange RX pill bottle in the rear driver side of the vehicle behind the defendants seat. With in the RX bottle I located 6 small yellow oval pills imprinted S901 A search via DRUGS.COM revealed the pill to be a schedule 4 controlled substance; Alprazolam. 4 white round pill imprinted 733 was also located within the RX bottle. A search via DRUGS.COM revealed the pill to be a schedule 2 controlled sub stance; Morphine. Post Miranda, the defen dant admitted to the nar cotics found in the vehicle pertaining to her and could not provide any prescrip tions for said drugs. The defendant was placed into custody and transport ed to the Hernando County Jail without incident where she is being held on a schedule. The defendant was issued a mandatory court date of 06/18/2018 at the Hernando County courthouse in Courtroom E at 0830 hours." Asked if they wanted to see a "snack pack" and VANSTEENBURG, KYLE JORDEN YOB: 1991 CHARGES: EXPOSURE OF SEX ORGANS Arrested at 05/25/2018 15:06 16425 SPRING HILL DR, BROOKSVILLE Arrest Summary: "On 05032018, Inmate Nicho las N provided statements advising that the defendant had exposed his genitalia to him, stating the defen dant continues to play a Nicholas advised the defendant has done this to several other inmates. Contact was made with Ri cardo S, who also advised the defendant asked him and Inmate John M if they wanted to see a "snack pack" and exposed his pe nis and testicles to them. Inmate Randy E also came forward, stating that one morning he woke the de fendant up and upon doing his genitalia at him and stated "these nuts." An interview was con ducted with the defendant post-Miranda. During the interview, the defen dant did admit to having exposed his genitalia to several people between 04222018 and 05032018 because he thought he stated, "I thought it was him." The defendant stated another inmate was also however, no evidence of this could be found and no other inmates complained of anyone else behaving in this manor. The defendant was sub sequently arrested on four counts of exposure of sex organs with a total bond nat was issued a bond of 6-20-2018 in court room B at 0900." MEEHAN, ANDREW F YOB: 1976 TATTOO: STARS CHARGES: POSS OF AMMO BY A CONVICT ED FELON, GRAND THEFT-AUTO Arrested at 05/25/2018 21:58 8588 OSTROM WAY, WEEKI WACHEE Arrest Summary: "On 05/25/2018, I respond ed to the area of Codys 8588 Ostrom Way, Weeki Wachee, in reference to a suspicious vehicle, which was in the woods revving its engine. While looking for the vehi cle, I came across a 2002 Chevy 1500 pick-up truck with a Florida tag 1274YG, which was stuck in the Park, within the wildlife management area. I made contact with the Florida drivers license as Andrew Meehan, the defendant. A check of the Florida tag revealed the Chevrolet was reported stolen out of this agency. Please refer to HCSO Case #2018-14170. The defendant was placed under arrest for one count; grand theft auto A search of the vehicle, prior to towing, revealed in the drivers seat area; 410 gauge shotgun ammuni tion as well as twenty-nine ammunition. A background check via Teletype re vealed that the defendant was a convicted felon, without having his rights restored. Due to this, he was also charged with Possession of Ammunition by Felon. The defendant was taken into custody and transport ed to the Hernando County Jail without incident. The defendant was given a court date of 06/18/2018 at 0900 hours in Courtroom E. Per the bond sched ule, the defendant was Because He Fell Asleep while she was Talking To MANIES, CARMELA ANN YOB: 1965 CHARGES: DOMESTIC BATTERY Arrested at 05/26/2018 09:00 xxxx ENGLISH ELM CIR, SPRING HILL Arrest Summary: "On 5/26/2018, I was dis patched to xxxx English Elm Circle, Spring Hill in reference to a battery. The defendant did throw an alcoholic beverage onto Paul C while he laid in his bed attempting to sleep. She did this in anger be cause he fell asleep while she was speaking to him. I observed the entire length of the bed to be soaked where Paul had been laying, as if a drink was thrown at him. His clothing was also still wet on my arrival. The defendant gave a events that took place and said that Paul spilled the drink on himself. The physical evidence proved otherwise due to the entire bed being soaked. It should be noted that the defendant and Paul both openly admitted to being in a romantic relationship and are living together as boyfriend / girlfriend. There were no other per sons present in the home Photographs were taken of the scene and later placed into Evidence. The defendant was then placed into custody and transported the Hernando County Jail where she is being held on a no bond status due to the charges being domestic in nature. She was issued a court date of 6/20/2018 at 0900 hours in Courtroom B." PETERS, HANNAH LYNN YOB: 1992 TATTOO: STARS CHARGES: DOMESTIC BATTERY Arrested at 05/26/2018 June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 3 HCSO ARREST SUMMARIES The data provided is only arrest information. This data does not reflect charging decisions made by the State Attorneys Office or the outcome of criminal trials. MEETINGS Monday, June 04, 2018, 7:00PM Location 201 HOWELL AVENUE, BROOKS VILLE, FL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, III COUN CIL CHAMBERS Workshop 6/5/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Fund Board of Trustees Thursday, June 07, 2018, 3:00PM 5:00PM Location 201 HOWELL AVENUE, BROOKS VILLE, FL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, III COUN CIL C Planning and Zoning Regular Meeting 6/11/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Regular Meeting 6/12/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 School Board Meetings 6/12/2018 11AM Informal 2PM workshop 6 PM Regular Room 919 North Broad Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Monday, June 18, 2018, 7:00PM Location 201 HOWELL AVENUE, BROOKS VILLE, FL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, III COUN CIL CHAMBERS Contact City Clerk 352540-3816 Authority Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 5:00PM 6:00PM Metropolitan Planning Organization Regular Meeting 6/19/2018 1:00 PM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Board Thursday, June 21, 2018, 5:15PM Metropolitan Planning Organization Regular Meeting 6/19/2018 1:00 PM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Regular Meeting 6/26/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 20:58 14317 ACTION ST, BROOKSVILLE Arrest Summary: "On 5/26/2018 the defendant did strike the victim with a hicle at the intersection of Linden Dr. and Spring Hill Dr. The victim then exited the vehicle and stepped in front of the vehicle. The defendant then drive slowly towards the victim, striking him with the front of her vehicle. The victim did not the vehicle. I observed a reddened area on the left side of the victims neck which was consistent with his statement. by two other independent witnesses who advised that they observed the defendant punch the victim inside the vehicle before striking him with the vehicle and driving away. The victim and the defen dant have two children in common. The defendant was taken into custody at her resi dence and transported to the Hernando County De tention Center where she is being held on a no bond status, due to this being domestic in nature. She was provided with a court date of 6/18/2018." Stated He had a Meth pipe in the top pocket of his book bag. ZIMMERMANN, COLTON J YOB: 1992 CHARGES: POSS OF METHAMPHETAMINE, POSSESSION DRUG PARAPHERNALIA Arrested at 05/27/2018 20:04 7419 SPRING HILL DR, SPRING HILL Arrest Summary: "On 5/27/2018, I responded to a suspicious person with a knife call located at 7419 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill in Hernando County, Florida. Upon arrival, contact was made with a white male Zimmerman. Colton Zimmerman was ordered to drop his knife and was After Colton was detained he made a spontaneous utterance that he had a methamphetamine pipe in the top pocket of his book bag. Colton consented to the search of his book bag. During the search a small plastic container with green tape wrapped around it was found. Inside the container contained a positive for Methamphet amine. During the search the glass pipe which Colton phetamine pipe was found. Colton was taken into custody and transported to the Hernando County Jail where he was released to Detention Deputies. Colton was given a court date of 6/26/2018 at 0900 in court room D located at the Hernando County Courthouse. Colton was given a set charge of possession of Methamphetamine. The total weight of the metham phetamine was 3.8 grams. Colton was given a set for the charge of posses sion of paraphernalia." Eckerd Youth Detention Arrested For Rioting CHARGES: AFFRAY/RIOT Arrested at 05/27/2018 22:00 201 CULBREATH RD, BROOKSVILLE Arrest Summary: "All persons guilty of a riot, or of inciting or encouraging a riot, shall be guilty of a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in 870.01 (2) To wit: On May 27th 2018, on or about 2040 hours, a riot began at the Eckerd Youth Detention Center located at 201 Culbreath Road, Brooksville FL 34602. The defendants did participate in the physical altercation with several other inmates, by leaving their detention dorms and assembling in the court yard of the facility. Once the defendant and other inmates were in the courtyard, a physical con frontation began amongst several other unknown inmates which could not be disbursed or controlled by detention counselors. The defendant was however to be a primary aggressor and to have enticed the physical confrontation. The defendant was then placed into custody and transported in a Hernando County detention transpor tation vehicle with all other suspects. The defendant was given a court date of 06/26/2018 at 0900 hours in Courtroom D. Due to the defendant being incar cerated, there is no bond status." PETERS Board of County Commis sioners voted unanimously to pass the budget amend ment that will pay for the contract between the Hernando County Sher the City of Brooksville. This amendment follows the Interlocal Agreement law enforcement services to the city, beginning June 1, 2018. According to Interim Zoettlein, the funds are Brooksville as stated in the Interlocal Agreement. Holcomb asked what will happen if the funds are not received by the city. Zoettlein said that the to cease services until the money arrives. I doubt will do that, if theres a legitimate reason The city will be paying law enforcement services June 1 Sept. 30, 2018. the total annual costs are estimated as follows: Total annual cost takes into account deductions of Lease credit and capital The former police department building will credits will be as follows Fiscal Year 2021 : $77,130 JUNE 1 US: Florida mall bomb plotter deserves 20 years in prison a Honduran man deserves 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to plotting to detonate a bomb in a Florida mall food court in support ing to provide material support to a foreign set Friday. His lawyers seek leniency. The FBI says the 53-year-old Solano ally working with undercover FBI operatives who gave him a fake bomb before his arrest. sympathies, the FBI says no links to terrorist groups were found. Solano never had real Vacationers on cruise ship stuck for 2 days in Tampa port Hundreds of passengers on a Carnival Cruise ship were supposed to be enjoying sun and fun, but instead they were kept in port in Tampa for two days. Passengers and the company say the Carnival Miracle was original ly scheduled to depart Honduras, Grand Cayman of "necessary maintenance days in port, the company said in a statement released Tuesday. about the change begin ning on May 18, the Carni val statement said. For some passengers, to rebook a vacation, es pecially not over the long notice, we could have come up with something," teacher from Atlanta. She was traveling with a group of eight other relatives and friends, and accommodat The group had begun planning for this vacation Some passengers like two days and two stops day pro-rated fare refund, $200 onboard credit to all staterooms, free shuttles to some Tampa Bay attrac tions and special shows. Passengers could have cancelled and received a full refund, or rescheduled without penalty. recalled saying when her group decided to continue with the vacation. But as the two days went on, "we should have cancelled." set sail at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

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4 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 LOCAL & STATE HERNANDO SUN NIE DONATION NAME:______________________________ MAILING ADDRESS:___________________ ____________________________________ PHONE NUMBER:_____________________ DONATION AMOUNT:__________________ THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION! Our Newspapers in Education program is now in full swing. We are currently delivering 350 newspapers to schools across the county each week. The Newspapers in Education program serves to familiarize young readers to newspa pers and how to read them. Newspapers are provided to teachers for them to incorporate into their curriculum, thus giving students in our community a source of local knowledge. The Hernando Sun is a member of the 501c3 Florida Press Educational Services, whereby allowing supporters of our program to make tax deductible charitable donations. If you would like to support our Newspapers below and send with your donation able to Newspapers in Education to Hernando Sun Publ PO Box 12203 Brooksville, FL 34603 The Hernando Sun DATES TO REMEMBER: Name of Person who recommended The Hernando Sun to you, or SUBSCRIBE TO HERNANDO SUN! 52 issues for $28.60 or 26 issues for $16.90 Make checks payable to: Hernando Sun Publications. Fill out this form and mail with your check to: Hernando Sun Publications; P.O. Box 12203; Brooksville, FL 34603 Yes, Id like to Subscribe!Name (First, Last):_____________________________________ Delivery Address:_____________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Phone:_________________________________________________ E-mail:_________________________________________________ If this is a gift subscription would you like us to send so, please specify: ________________________________________________________ Date:______________Number of issues:______________ by JIM TURNER NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA TALLAHASSEE --As winds and rains let up from Subtropical Storm Alberto, were quickly spinning ways to draw tourists to areas that may have missed crowds. Gov. Rick Scott, during an appearance at the Walton public-private tourism arm, to emulate post-Hur ricane Irma promotional and other parts of the state. This weekend should have really been the sec ond busiest weekend of the whole year, said Patronis, whose family runs Capt. in Panama City. We, percent of what we should have done. Scott said he would call But before the half-hour appearance at the emergen cy operations center was complete, Lawson called Patronis, who handed the phone to Scott. The Legislature gave us $76 million again this and part of that money is to work on when we have something like this, to let people know were back open for business, Scott told reporters after the appearance. A lot of peo ple are very dependent on tourism here. And a lot of people are getting paid just based on how many tour ists show that day. Theyre tied to tips and things like that. So, we have to get the tourists back. Stephen Lawson, a da who is unrelated to Ken Lawson, said even though there was little on social media from Florida trav elers about Alberto, steps are being taken in an abundance of caution to show locations across the by the storm. the Panhandle across our social channels later this week to show that they are 100 percent open for business, Lawson said. A Facebook live event will also be held from Sandestin later in the week. wont require a special ad campaign similar to the $5 million spent to highlight the Florida Keys after Irma. called Alberto a good Atlantic hurricane season, which begins Friday. Few roads were im Aerial photo of channel's blind corner, Hernando County Gov. Dangerous channel could get idle speed, no wake signs soon See NO WAKE Page 4 ucation released the annual report of Florida Standards for third grade English Language Arts. Hernando County Schools third graders made gains for the second consecutive year with a 62% success rate of students making a score of 3 or better. Hernando Countys average of 57% earning Level 3 or higher by 5 percentage points and con tinue to lead neighboring school districts by as much PERCENTAGE of students earning Level 3 or above in surrounding areas: PINELLAS 53% coaches and administrators strive to meet the learning needs of their students. When we include par ents and engage students in their own learning, students achieve. These results are evidence of that Romano said. by SAVANNAH ALDAY HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER Aquatic Service Man ager, Keith Kolasa, approached the Board of County Commissioners on May 22, 2018. He pre regarding amending boat regulations in Hernando Beach. Back in 2015 and 2016, the Hernando County Port Authority went through the process to designate a half mile strip of the Hernando Beach Western Perimeter Canal located along the west segment of Gulf Winds Circle an Idle to obstruction of visibility and narrow channel width. narrow at less than 75 feet in width and there are two corner blind spots obstruct ing sight to less than 300 narrow channel is bound by land on both sides. Currently, it is the only area in Hernando Beach that is not currently an idle inconsistent with the rest of the area. The area should clearly be designated as an idle speed, Keith Kolasa stated. In 2016, a resolution was to establish the no-wake ultimately shot down by FWC when they went to permit the signage. FWC informed the county that they couldnt just create a No Wake/ Idle Speed Zone with a county ordinance. Instead they had to go through a more rigorous process which required the submission of a detailed application with various evidence documents, images and a site visit by FWC. The ordinance would need to be amended ministrative Code Consult. County Commissioner John Allocco remarked, Keith tried to be pro active. Florida Fish and Wildlife, basically from a legal perspective said cease and desist or we are going to sue you. This is one of the conundrums the county is always running The State likes to enforce rules unless its not easy to enforce them, and then they want to throw them back on the county and say well its your job to do it and then the county tries to do it, and they [the State] get in the way of the process again. about the past year as Keith Kolasa and the county attorneys worked together to keep the process going, due to the roadblocks given by the State. We are going to put signs back up where they were already, where they were told to be removed, Kolasa stated. Commissioner Allocco made his frustration clear. We try as a Board and this county to work hard to do the right things for the community this is just tion and why everything takes so long and costs so much. Chairman Steve Cham pion agreed. This [amend ing boat regulations] is a long time coming. Both Allocco and Kolasa agreed that there were go Hernando third graders improve for second straight year Tourism boost sought aer Alberto blows through Florida man guilty of impersonating Saudi royal member FLORIDA MAN guilty to impersonating a member of Saudi schemes involving theft of millions of dollars. Miami federal prosecutors said in a news release admitted using various aliases making it appear he was a Saudi royal and even drove a Ferrari with diplomatic license plates. Prosecutors say he faces a lengthy prison sentence after pleading guilty last week. Authorities say Gignac and others used the fake Saudi royal identity to persuade investors to put up millions of dollars for purported business op ed to use his false identity to buy a Miami hotel and had the nameplate "Sultan" on his condo Sentencing is set for Aug. 7. Scott that almost all roads, bridges and beaches were open Tuesday morning. see total amounts of rain that Alberto dumps into rivers in Alabama. The storm also appeared to cause relatively few power outages. At 3 p.m. Monday, accounts in the state were without power, accord ing to the Florida State Emergency Response Team. That total indicates customers had electricity. over 1,000 accounts had not been restored. Scott noted that since Hurricane Hermine hit the Big Bend, including Tal lahassee, in August 2016, utilities have done a better job working together to restore power outages. NEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA

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June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 5 LOCAL & STATE YOUR CHILDS rfnt br PEDI AT R IC CARE SERVICES rfntbtt b ttfftff ffff tff tffttt ttftt fftt Graphic arts students use their talent to design patrol vehicle wraps By SAVANNAH ALDAY HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER Spring Hill, FL...Sometimes we think that kids arent going to be able to do the as good a job as adults but Im happy to report I was wrong, Sher in front of Nature Coast Technical High School. He was referring to the spectacular new designs wrapped on two depu ty vehicles, courtesy of NCTs Graphic Arts class. the designs on the deputy vehicles were revealed to the public last Wednesday a Community Policing had been brainstorming creative ways to spread crime prevention messages throughout our community. He had the idea, but lacked a team to actually make the idea a reality. While he was patrolling the halls of the high school, he noticed there was a Graphic Arts Class. Woodward knew that the class was just the avenue he had been looking for to design the vehicle wraps. Woodwards idea was to wrap messages on the deputy vehicles patrolling for helpful crime preven tion phrases. The phrases he decided to place on the vehicles were Lock it or Lose it and If You See Something, Say Some thing. The messages were phrases that had been used in media releases from the their social media, and oth er outlets and events. They had remained practically increase in vehicle bur glaries over the course of the past few months. They knew it was time to change their crime prevention methods. When Woodward presented the idea to his captain, it was met with hearty approval. coincidentally working at the school as a temporary replacement for the School away for three weeks due to a special assignment. I didnt know the layout of the school because Im going through the hallways and learning layout of the school when I came across Mr. Barlows Graphic Arts across the graphics arts I thought I was at a stand still at that point because I couldnt do the project be cause I was there [at NCT]. He continued, But when create these designs for the vehicles than young minds and great imaginations? presented to the classs teacher, Mr. Trevor Barlow, who agreed to the project with enthusiasm. had left the designs to the creative energy of the graphic arts class, all he could do was wait and hope for the best. It was quite the time crunch as the school year was abruptly coming to a close. The students only had two weeks to come up with designs, present it to choose, then give the de signs to a local company to wrap the deputy vehicles. We worked during class, during lunch, hour, See WRAPS, Page 5 NO WAKE ing to be issues enforc ing the new idle speed boat regulations. It can become increasingly dif when the problem is at its greatestat the early hours of the morning. Regarding the enforce ment, Chairman Champion remarked, Lets just get it done and let the law Theyll get it done. I have Kolasa continued to for boats to pass through the narrow channel at full speed and how it is a nav doubt. Kolasa had obtained an evidence package of pic tures and testimonies from residents in the area. Upon approval we will re-submit the permit appli cation and try to fast track it as fast as possible to get the signs changed, Kolasa said in regards of what to approved heartily, carrying \027\020\023\021\003

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6 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 LOCAL & STATE June 2 Game On! EH 6/2/2018 10:00 AM 4:00 PM East Hernando Branch Library Enjoy family gaming at the East Hernando Branch! Please join us to discuss Finding Gobi: The true story of a little dog and an incredible journey" by Dion Leonard. Adult Coloring for Stress Relief and Relaxation EH 6/2/2018 10AM 2PM Drop in anytime between 10am and 2pm for soothing music, Library Programs SHSpring Hill Branch Library, located at 9220 Spring Hill Drive. WHWest Hernando Branch Library located at 6335 Blackbird Ave, Weeki Wachee, FL 34613 BVBrooksville/ Main Library located at 238 Howell Ave, Brooksville, FL 34601 EH East Hernando Branch located at 6457 Windmere Rd, Brooksville, FL 34602 IN, OUT & ABOUT a cup of herbal tea, a dollop of art therapy and maybe meet a new friend or two. Game On! EH 6/2/2018 10AM 4PM Enjoy family gaming at the East Hernando Branch! Anime Club SH 6/2/2018 11AM 12:30 PM Registration is open Are you a fan of anime, manga, or Japanese culture? Join Anime Club, where you can watch, read, and enjoy anime & manga with other fans. June 3 Libraries Rock! Adult Sum mer Reading Program 2018 Music Trivia Kick-Off Event at Marker 48! 6/3/2018 4 6PM Now who's asking the questions? Join your local library at the local brewery (Marker 48, located at 12147 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613) for a music themed trivia night! June 4 Cut and Paste BV 6/4/2018 10AM 12PM Registration is open Cut and paste remains one of Win dows' most useful tools. Meditation Break WH 6/4/2018 12 12:30 PM Enjoy a 30 minute Monday meditation break with us meditation provides many body and spirit. Chairs pro vided or welcome to bring mat. June 5 Cut and Paste WH 6/5/2018 10 AM 12 PM Registration is open Cut and paste remains one of Win dows' most useful tools. Signing for Everyday Living EH 6/5/2018 11 AM 12:30 PM SEFL is a crash course in basic ASL for learners at any skill level. Adult Coloring Class WH 6/5/2018 1:15 3:00 PM Registration is open Pick a Color, Any Color. Movies @ Your Library 6/5/2018 2 4PM Movies on the big screen with free popcorn. SH 6/5/2018 2 3:30 PM Book tion fans part of Libraries ROCK! Summer Reading Program. The Past Contained: Flor ida's Prehistoric Pottery Tradition BV 6/5/2018 2 3PM Please join us for this presentation by an archaeologist from the Florida Public Archaeology Network. Learn to Sew! WH 6/5/2018 4 6PM Join the waiting list Always wanted to learn to sew? Want to try it out before you invest in that sewing machine? Come to our monthly sewing class where you can learn the basics and make a simple project to take home. June 6 Cut and Paste SH 6/6/2018 10AM 12PM Registration is open Cut and paste remains one of Win dows' most useful tools. Financial Management Series WH 6/6/2018 2 4PM June 7 Cut and Paste EH 6/7/2018 10AM 12PM Registration is open Cut and paste remains one of Win dows' most useful tools. Florida-Friendly Landscap ing Program WH 6/7/2018 10:30 AM 12PM Your Summer Landscape Chess Club BV 6/7/2018 4:30 6PM Learn some basic tips and tricks for chess and then show what you learned by squaring off against others! Creative Visualization SH 6/7/2018 5 6:30 PM Registration is open When looking in a mirror, what do you see? What do you want to see? Ukulele Beginner Strum and Sing WH 6/7/2018 5 6:30 PM Ukulele Beginner Strum and Sing WH 6/7/2018 5 6:30 PM SHINE EH (individual counseling by appt. only) June 8 6/8/2018 12 2 PM Free Medicare and Health Insur ance Counseling and Infor mation during open enroll ment period. By appointment only. Call 352-593-0705 for more information. Book Discussion Group EH 6/8/2018 2 3:30 PM Registration is open Please contact the East Hernando Branch Library to obtain a copy of the book and the discussion questions. Summer Reading Kick-Off -WH 6/8/2018 2 4 PM Celebrate with us as we kick-off our 2018 Summer Reading Pro gram! See what fun we have planned for the summer and pick up your Reading with the Rays Reading log. We will also kick off the summer with stories, crafts, games, and more! Tech Tutors BV 6/8/2018 2:30 4:30 PM Not quite sure how to use your device? Do you have any questions or concerns? Grab your gadget and stop by! Game On! EH 6/9/2018 10AM 4PM Enjoy family gaming at the East Hernando Branch! Spring Hill Writing Group SH 6/9/2018 1 2:45 PM Beginning writers are welcome--to inspire and be inspired. Your work starts with one word at a time. Kass Circle Redevelopment Map and after school. Everyone had to put in and research, because no one knew whose designs would be selected, Trevor Barlow said of his class dedication to the project. complete, all that was left to do was select a design and present it to Illusions GFX Custom Graphics & Printing, the local busi ness which wrapped the vehicles and professional ly completed the project. NCT, was the brains be hind the winning designs. After he graduates high school form Nature Coast, while he works for Illu sion. The company was so impressed with his designs and artistic abilities that schooler a job. nitely a passion of mine, was evident in his bright smile as he said the previ start working for Illusion and to see where my future leads. The newly wrapped deputy vehicles were revealed to the public, as well as Trevor Barlow and his graphic arts class, in front of the NCT admin istration building, on the morning of May 23. At the end of the unveil huis gave a few closing remarks. Its hard not to smile. We have a great wrap for our vehicles. We have a great message out there. We got one of these young people a job at a local business in Hernando County. Hes a homegrown young man. Hes going to be here and stay here in Hernando County and help contribute to the community. It just doesnt get any better than that. WRAPS By LISA MACNEIL HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER Board of County Commis its Community Redevel capacity, discussed updates to the Kass Circle Com munity Redevelopment Area plan. Senior Planner Michelle Miller began the presentation with the his tory and progression of the project. The grant-funded study of the neighborhood 2016, a Finding of Neces sity was completed, and a resolution was adopted by CRA was formed during this time. Several representatives from key agencies spoke to the board about the ben pressed a hesitancy to have the county government involved in the project, which has departed from rebuilding infrastructure to focus on more social ly-focused services and outreach, placing emphasis on community identity and engagements, housing and homelessness, community oriented policing and eco nomic development. inally addressed physical infrastructure needs and laid groundwork for phys ical development, such as leveling and rebuilding of the shopping center facing er, according to Miller, it did not address core con cerns of the community, such as lack of community identity and culture, home housing, lack of economic base, as well as property owner investment. Champion asked Miller if there have been any studies to show that the commu nity actually wants to go forward with the redevel opment. His concern is that with new business de / SR-50, and new business es that the planned Spring 50, theyre not going over Miller answered that a neighborhood study was completed and found that, They want to be a better version of themselves, they dont want to become another State Road 50. They want to be kitschy, they want to be unique. She described some of the intended business tenants as non-traditional, such as second-hand shops and wellness centers. The Community Identity concepts described in the presentation focus on neighborhood elements such as pedestrian system of trails and boardwalks and community parks. It would also include a library mini-branch with consultation services, e-government services to residents needing as sistance accessing food stamps, cash assistance, classes such as cooking, dancing and sewing. Events and activities that will increase visibility of Kass Circle are also envi sioned. comb, who voted against the plan and ensuing CRA in 2016, asked about the intended role of the Hernando County Gov ernment. Theres a place where government doesnt belong, said Holcomb. Commissioner John Alloc co posed the question, with respect to the possibility of housing costs increasing after a successful improve ment project. Miller reports that there is no request for any funding from the coun ty, and that funding is being worked out with the Mid-Florida Homeless Co private sources. She went on to say that its possible that county funds may be applied for in the future for marketing purposes. Chairman Champion noted that the largest part of the discussion focused not on improvements that would attract new business to Kass Circle, but on the social issues. Youre not going to make it more attractive youre going to concentrate the poorest population in one area. Its already that way, but if youre attracting more of it, it brings property values down, and it would make it worse. Miller said that the issue is a shortage of housing in the neighborhood are homeowners, and with the involvement of Habitat for Humanity, those num bers could be increased. Champion mentioned the housing projects of the ville into the crime center of the county. Miller said there will be more evalua tion of housing with regard to business attraction going forward. Community meetings are to be announced for June and July, and another in August or September, and if approved, the im plementation will begin in attracting businesses, less on social issues

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by SUE QUIGLEY HERNANDO SUN WRITER C urious to a cemetery after dusk when the gates are locked and closed? Now you can. Greenwood Cemetery holds monthly moon light walking tours that take you on a historical stroll through the ceme tery. The walk is ap within the 120-acre cem etery and visits about 100 graves of notable history. Established in 1880, Greenwood Cemetery during the day and glimpses of historical ing it in the dark by the light of the moon is a ence. From confederate and Union sections to many Greenwood Cemetery is ing there are the people city it is today and head stones will match the names of local streets and businesses every where. An evening visit to Greenwood Cemetery starts as light begins to fade and continues as the moon rises in the sky. The tours have been and were originally started as a thank-you to volunteers who volun teered to clean up the cemetery after four hur ricanes pounded Florida Some of Greenwoods notable residents include dairyman T.G. Lee; Mayors Bob Carr and Mahlon Gore; Cassius Boone; Mayor Capt. James Parramore; May or William Beardall; uel Robinson; Principal William R. Boone; pharmacist Maynard Beacham; embalmer and undertaker Carey Hand; Joe Tinker and hardware store owner Joseph Bumby. Participants of the tour ing place of July Perry businessman who was motivated attack on African-American resi The race riot started as a result of white attempts to suppress black voting and Perry was lynched because he was register ing black voters for the tion. His murderers took he was found hanging from a lightpost. Positioned on the highest point of Green wood is the Wilmott took her grandson Fred Wilmott, Jr. and his friend Frank Pounds, Jr. to Lake Lucerne to swim. Sadly, the water was far too deep for the pair of 5-year-olds and they drowned. The mausoleum is the resting place for little Fred Jr. and his family. Another interesting story is the one sur rounding the mausoleum of Fred S. Weeks, a northerner who bought but then discovered it was swampy and worth less. Weeks was so angry he erected a headstone at the entrance to the ceme tery which was then also a public park and carved into the stonework a Biblical quote about thieves and the names of the swindlers. Not liking the negative publicity, the swindlers who happened to be local attorneys, returned his money and the headstone was removed. Later however, Weeks bought more ceme tery plots and built the mausoleum we can see today. Again, he had the Bible quote and the at torneys names engraved into the stonework. is buried in the mau soleum. The "thieves" inscription remains clear attorneys names have been removed. of pioneers include Edna Giles Fuller, the funeral home in Florida with its own chapel and tory to be built south of Another permanent May 2531, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 7 IN, OUT & ABOUT The Wilmott Mausoleum. welcomes you aboard the "Island Rose" Lunch Brunch Sunset Dinner Cruises Private Charters (352) 232-8128 Hernando Beach Marina, Slip #18 4139 Shoal Line Blvd., Hernando Beach USCG Licensed Captain Take in the sights of the beautiful Gulf waters of Hernando Beach while enjoying food, beverages and more. Phenomenal four course meals are catered by The Cove. From $44.99 + tax. Marina Rose Enterprises, LLC Find us on FB: @ Marina Rose Enterprises, LLC www.marinarosecruises.com Old Wagon Holds a Portable GardenBeautiful things can emerge when you dig right in. A natural, glorious garden that just happens to be edible is a great place to start. So find an old wagon at a garage sale, or use one that your kids have outgrown, let the soil run through your fingers, and plant a garden on wheels together. This is an easy project for the beginning gardeners in your family, and the results are so rewarding. Children can plant, water, weed and tend their own plants without becoming over whelmed by a big garden plot. And since the garden on wheels is portable, they can move it around the yard or deck for maximum sun exposure throughout the day. Heres the stuff you need: an old wagon, wheelbarrow or wagonlike toy on wheels drill and 1/4-inch drill bit wire mesh screen, such as window screen (optional) potting soil mix potted edible plants, such as herbs (parsley, basil, tarragon, thyme, etc.), lettuce and kale kid-size gardening tools watering can Tinker Toys and waterproof pens for plant markers (optional) Heres the fun: 1. An adult should drill several drainage holes in the bottom of the wagon or wheelbarrow about 6 inches apart. You may wish to lay mesh screen over the bottom to keep soil from falling through the holes. Fill with potting soil mix. Leave at least 3/4 inch to the wagon edge. 2. Plant potted plants, keeping in mind their eventual size: Put taller plants in the middle, small plants along the sides. You also could plant a few lettuce seeds placed in the soil in the shape of the letter of your childs first name. Or, choose a colorful edible flower or two. 3. Water with a watering can or slow-running hose. Its a good idea to give it six hours of direct sun each day. Add plant food throughout the growing season, and youll have the loveliest garden on wheels ever. 4. If your child wishes to make small identification markers for planted seeds and plants, simply attach a Tinker Toy wheel to a stick, and draw a picture with a marker on the wheels. Poke into the dirt by the seedlings or plants. Most importantly, enjoy your bountiful wagon harvest as summer and the wagon roll along! *** Donna Ericksons award-winning series Donnas Day is airing on public television nationwide. To find more of her creative family recipes and activities, visit www.donnasday.com and link to the NEW Donnas Day Facebook fan page. Her latest book is Donna Ericksons Fabulous Funstuff for Families. 2018 Donna Erickson Distributed by King Features Synd. King Features Weekly ServiceMay 28, 2018 Pioneers by moonlight FARMERSMARKETEAT, LIVE, GROW LOCAL BROOKSVILLE FEATURING LOCAL PRODUCESEAFOOD MEATS POULTRY EGGS COTTAGE FOODS AGRICULTURE PRODUCTS AND MORE EBT/SNAP Accepted Reserve now for Father's Day! The annual High Point July Fourth Parade will ticipation and attendance is open to all residents and County by golf cart, walk ing, bike, truck, van or dance groups, etc., or just come and watch. categories for best deco rations! The parade will Point Blvd., just beyond the Community Infor mation Booth, travel left down High Point Blvd. to Club House Road, and right on Club House Road to the Community Center House Road. Following the Parade the American Legion Post 186 Color Guard will post the Colors in front of the Community Center. Refreshments will be served in the Com munity Center following the Color Guard service. or a number of gift cards donated by local mer chants. Call High Point Com parade entry form, or to cate.For mor information, contact lynda6260@aol. com. High Point July Fourth Parade seeking entrants, participants Visit e City Beautifuls dead and unearth some fascinating stories IF YOU GO Greenwood Cem etery is located at 1603 Greenwood St, Orlando, FL 32801 Open daily 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Phone: (407) 246-2616 Monday Friday 7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. See CEMETERY, Page 12

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8 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 IN, OUT & ABOUT Event Previews FROM OUR TABLE TO YOURS by Cheryl Clanton OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE HERNANDO SPORTSMAN'S CLUB Located 9 miles North of S.R. 50 on U.S. Hwy 19 80 Acre shooting facility Clubhouse Junior Programs & 4-H IHMSA Archery Skeet, Trap & Five Stand Range Cowboy SASS HUNTERS RANGE HOURS Tues Fri 9AM-2PM; Tues and Thurs Eve. 5PM 7PM www.hernandosportsmansclub.com 352-597-9931 GIVE A PET A FOREVER HOME VISIT OR CALL Hernando County Animal Services 19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL Ingredients cup Chicken Broth 2 Tablespoons mustard 3 Tablespoons honey 2 Tablespoons soy sauce Salt and pepper to taste Directions Trim your pork of skin and fat. Put onions and some broth in bottom of cooker, place your pork in and pour remainder of broth over pork. Cover and cook until tender est, 8 hours. pork, let cool. Shred meat removing all fat your broth in cooker. Put pulled pork of barbecue sauce, honey, soy sauce and mustard. Salt and pepper to taste. Cook for est 1 hour on low. Note: could serve on buns, with baked beans and veggies. Easy Pulled Pork FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 5 PM TO 10 PM focuses on a group of baby boomers who attended the University of Michi gan, reuniting after 15 years when their friend commits suicide. The soundtrack features soul, R&B, and pop-rock mu tracks by Creedence Clearwater Reviv al, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Rolling Stones, and FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE IN DOWNTOWN BROOKSVILLE FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 2018 5 PM to 10 PM The Friday Night Live concert series includes a food truck rally and a full bar. 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm with some of the areas tremendous food trucks to satisfy a variety of tastes. Brooksville Main Street invites you to food and talented entertainment at the Brooksville Bandshell. Admission is free. This is a family friendly event. You are welcome to bring chairs or blankets as this is a general admission seating event. No outside food or drink allowed parking, as there is ample self-parking surrounding the venue site. sion section on our Friday Night Live event page: https://m.facebook.com/ For more information call Tina Marie NASP BAI ARCHERY CERTIFICATION COURSE WEDNESDAY, DAY, JUNE 13, 2018 8 AM TO 4:30 PM annually at Chinsegut. Local area teach permitted to use the facilities and equip ment at Chinsegut for their programs until they can acquire their own. There is a 60.00 fee for registration. register at NASPSchools.com. Ages 18+ only. LOCOMO SKATE AND DANCE PARTIES JUNE AND JULY, 2018 VARIOUS PRO GRAMS AND DANCING COMPETITIONS Roll into summer and celebrate at a Locomo skate party. Skating is fun all the family can enjoy. Children and parents alike love it. Skating, games, dancing, com petitions! a safe, friendly, family fun center atmosphere food choices. We will encourage all ages to engage in our activities and get involved in a skating culture that will All Night Skate Parties! Join us at our teen dance club featuring ages 13-17 only BROOKSVILLE 19259 Cortez Boulevard 352.796.1451 SPRING HILL 3290 Commercial Way 352.683.0018 www.killingsworthagency.com

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June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 9 GTC BEACON CINEMA 12961 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34613 Calendar of Events Movie Times June 1 Damsels and Dragons WHEN: Friday, June 1, 10am 11am WHERE: 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville, FL, 34601 (map) Description: Join Dr. William Lester from Hernando's very families. June 2 Tree Rings/ Dendrochronology WHEN: Sat, June 2, 10am 11am WHERE: Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville, Description: A look at dendrochronology or tree-ring dating. Trees can provide critical information on environmental conditions if you know what to look for. Join us for a fun informal program on analyzing rings and dating trees. No registration required. Best suited for ages 10+. Chinsegut@ MyFWC.com (352) 754-6722 Nature Pathway WHEN: Sat, June 2, 11am 3pm WHERE: Nature Coast Gardens 1489 Parker Avenue Spring Hill Florida 34606 (map) Description: The Spring Hill Garden Club is having brick path ways installed in the Gardens so that all visitors, regardless of their physical ability, can enjoy the beauty of the gardens. While the installation of the pavers has begun, there is still a long way to go before all Garden pathways are paved. Progress so far has been funded by donations and fees charged for weddings. On Saturday, 2 June, the Club will hold a Pathway fundraiser to continue rising the $23K needed for throughout the gardens, and hot dogs, chips, and soda. Make it a family outing and enjoy the day. Any donations are accepted. Donations of $500 or more will entitle the donor to a memorial brick in the pathway. Brookridge Nascar Fathers Day dance Come join us at the Brookridge Clubhouse at 7 pm. on June 2nd for our Nascar Fathers Day dance. Music performed by Retro Express. BYOB, Coffee and Ice provided. Call Mrs. Blair at 352-515-1765 or there are also tickets at the door $5. Limited season tickets (with New Years dinner/dance) also available. June 4 2018 Youth Summer Acting Camp-Beginners & Advanced WHEN: June 4-8, 2018 WHERE: Stage West Community Playhouse, 8390 Forest Oaks Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34606 Description: Stage West Community Playhouse is offering a SUMMER BEGINNERS ACTING CAMP which will be held June 4June 8 from 9am until 3:30pm daily. The ADVANCED ACT ING CAMP begins Saturday, June 16 for 6 weeks. A great Summer experience for youth ages 8 to 16 years old. Please per child. second child in family $125. Stage West Commu nity Playhouse, 8390 Forest Oaks Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34606 352 683-5113 StageWest@att.net. www.StageWestFlorida. com / https://www.facebook.com/events/158873304835675 June 8 Friday Night Live WHEN: Friday, June 8, 2018 5 p.m. -10 p.m. WHERE: 205 E. Ft. Dade Avenue Description: The Friday Night Live concert series includes a food truck rally and a full bar. The next Friday Night Live will be held on June 8, 2018 from 5:00 pm 10:00pm at 205 E. Ft. Dade Avenue. Each month on the second Friday of the month there are two sets of music acts kicking off at 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm with some of the areas tremendous food trucks to satisfy a variety of tastes. Brooksville Main Street in vites you to come and enjoy an evening of amazing food and talented entertainment at the Brooksville Bandshell. Admis sion is free. This is a family friendly event. You are welcome to bring chairs or blankets as this is a general admission seat ing event. No outside food or drink allowed at the venue site. There is no formalized parking, as there is ample self-parking surrounding the venue site. All alcohol sales require ID check AND an arm band. Stay up to date with the latest by visiting the Discussion section on our Friday Night Live event page: https://m.facebook.com/events/2108738572743162 For more information call Tina Marie Polson at 352-540-6476. Friday Night at the Movies WHEN: Friday, June 8 @ 7:30 pm 9:30 pm WHERE: Valerie Theatre, 207 Courthouse Square, Inverness, Description: The Big Chill: The Big Chill is a 1983 American boomers who attended the University of Michigan, reunit ing after 15 years when their friend commits suicide. The soundtrack features soul, R&B, and pop-rock music from the 1960s and s, including tracks by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The Rolling Stones, and Three Dog Night. Cost is $6. June 9 Lip Sync Battle NAMI Fundraiser WHEN: Saturday, June 9, 2018 WHERE: The Heritage Pines Club,1524 Scenic Hills Blvd. Hudson Description: Cocktails: 5:00 P.m. | Dinner: 6:00 P.m. | Show time: 7:00 P.m. June 13 WHEN: Wed, June 13, 8:00am 4:30pm WHERE: Chinsegut Conservation Center 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville, (National Archery in Schools Program) instructor, the course is offered annually at Chinsegut. Local area teachers who are equipment at Chinsegut for their programs until they can ac quire their own. There is a 60.00 fee for registration. register at NASPSchools.com. Ages 18+ only. June 15 Friday Night Thunder Inverness WHEN: Friday, June 15 @ 5:00 pm June 16 @ 8:00 am WHERE: Courthouse Square, Inverness, Description: Spend an evening in downtown Inverness with live music, car cruise-in hosted by Citrus MOPARS and dining and shopping specials every third Friday of the month. June 16 Bug Hotel WHEN: Saturday, June 16, 10:00am 11:30am WHERE: Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville Description: Making space for wildlife can be a fun for all ages. Learn how to recycle materials, where to get free ma terials and how to put those recycled things to use creating living space for crawly critters. Class includes a live demon stration with audience participation of bug house creat ing and information on Florida Backyards program to get required. June 17 Jazz Society Performs WHEN: Sunday, June 17, 2018 2 P.M. WHERE: The Wellington Clubhouse at 400 Wexford Blvd, Spring Hill. Description: A fun afternoon listening and dancing to your favorite tunes. Sit-ins are welcome. Admission: HJS members Free, Singles $10, Couples $15. The Sioux City Grill be offer ing a cash bar and buffet for purchase. For more information call Ike Johnson at 352 263-8579. June 18 Veterans Park WHEN: Sunday, June 18, 6pm 8pm WHERE: Veterans Park 12254 Spring Hill Dr. Spring Hill, Description: Pre-Season Mini Camp Begins Monday June 18th, 2018 from 6pm-8pm.Pre-Season Mini Camp is Monday through Thursday for the week of June 18th and June 25th. practice schedule / location before the week of July 2nd. For more information and Online Registration available Visit www.shaaeagles.com for full details of Football & Cheer. June 22 Bark Bingo WHEN: Friday, June 22, 2018 5pm 9pm WHERE: Masaryktown Community Center, 539 Lincoln Ave, Masaryktown, FL 34604, USA (map) the Nature Coast Purchase tickets at Humanerescue.org $30//pp includes one card pack 19 games with cash prizes. One grand prize of $250. Fun Vendors, cash bar, horserace June 20 Historic Downtown Inverness Walking Tour WHEN: Wednesday, June 20 @ 9:00 am 10:00 am WHERE: Inverness Tour Description: Experience walking through quaint parks, around beautiful lakes, and viewing architecture rich with history while listening to stories of early to present-day Inverness on a historian-guided tour. Tours are on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, leaving promptly at 9 a.m. from the Old Court house Heritage Museum. Must call ahead for reservations! All the Inverness Cultural Heritage Council at the Old Court house Heritage Museum. For more information or to reserve your spot, call (352)341-6428. June 23 Zephyrhills SummerFest 2018 WHEN: June 23, 2018 4 PM to 9:30 PM WHERE: Zephyr Park, 5th Avenue, Zephyrhills Description: The SummerFest Zephyrhills event is the only DJ Xpress running dance and watermelon eating contests for Food vendors, bounce houses, family games, and a crafter otic fun to get you ready for summer. This event is FREE to enter and FREE to park. Just bring your lawn chairs and come early to enjoy the vendors, entertainment and pick a great spot to watch the show at sundown. Old Homosassa Fireworks WHEN: June 23, 2018 9:00 pm 10:00 pm WHERE: Homosassa Riverside Resort Description: Homosassas Fireworks display can be seen from MacRaes of Homosassa or Homosassa Riverside Resort starting at approximately 9:15 P.M. Come early for live music and other festivities starting at 1pm and lasting till 10 pm. For more information, call (352) 628-2602. June 25 Arachnid Photography WHEN: Sunday, June 24, 10am 2pm WHERE: Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey Rd, Brooksville, FL 34601, USA (map) Description: Learn about program mode, aperture priority mode, f-stop settings, exposure compensation, on-camera best shot of spiders in their natural environment. A macro lens is highly recommended for this workshop. Program offered by GreenFly Media, visit Creative-Nau tre-Photography.com to register. 20.00 Fee June 30 Moon Over Croom 21M, 14M, 7M Trail Run WHEN: June 30, 2018 5:00 pm 10:30 pm WHERE: Croom Park, Brooksville Description: The Moon Over Croom is brand new trail run that will take place in the evening at Croom Park in Brooks ville so you will be running in the dark. The course will use B-C Loop and the C-Loop making it a 7 mile loop. Great t-shirts, food, and an experience you wont forget so you dont want to miss this one. For the 2017 race, there is a limit of 250 runners. The main running trail is a 7 mile loop. The trail will be marked will be well marked for both daytime and the night running will utilize glow sticks to mark the course. Water stops approximately every 2 2.5 miles on the course. Race packets can be picked up from 4:45pm-8:00pm the day of the race. Start Times? 21 Mile 6:00 pm, 14 Mile 7:00

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10 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 SUMMER ACTIVITIES Summer is here, which means the kids are Weve put together a list of some known programs throughout the county. Vacation Bible School (VBS) Northcliffe Baptist Church June 11-15, register https://kideventpro.lifeway.com/ myChurch/?id=45326 Spring Hill Baptist Church June 4-8, regis ter at www.springhillbc.com First United Methodist Church July 23-27 (they also have summer camps from JuneAugust) http://www.fumcsh.org/Ministries/ Childrens-Ministry Faith Church June 11-15 (they also have summer camps) http://fepcb.org Ridge Manor Community United Meth odist Church July 16-20. www.rmcumc.net/ calendar/ Nativity Lutheran Church June 18-22 www.nlcww.org Local Summer Camps Wider Horizons School in Spring Hill offers educational summer programs for children preschool through high school. Call 352686-1934 for more information. Florida 4-H program and camping oppor tunities, contact your local UF/IFAS Exten com, to learn more. Hernando County Parks and Recreation have several different summer camps to choose from. You can sign up and check out Parks_Rec/. YMCA of the Suncoast has many options of full and half day camps. https://www. ymcasuncoast.org/summercamp Hernando County Schools is offering a more and sign up here: https://www.hernan doschools.org/Page/4615 Discover Point is now accepting enrollment for the summer camp Wild Ride. They have 2 locations in spring Hill, and 2 in New Port Richey. Activities will range from cooking, arts and crafts, team building, STEAM, and visit their website www.discoverypoint.com/ our-programs/summer-camps/ Summer Day Camp 2018 for Hernando County children, ages 6-12. R.O.A.R. Sum mer Day Camp applications will be available on, Thursday, April 19, 2018. The camp application can be found on the HCSO Internet website (www.hernan dosheriff.org), located under Programs, Youth Programs, R.O.A.R. Summer Day Camps. All sessions (at each location) will run from Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. R.O.A.R. Summer Day Camp is an tered campers for each session. Preference will be given to Hernando County children who have NEVER attended R.O.A.R. Camp. Each child may only attend one week-long camp session. Camps will be held at the following locations: Session 1 Weeki Wachee High School June 11-15 Session 2 Parrott Middle School June 18-22, 2018 Session 3 Powell Middle School June 25-29, 2018 Session 4 Springstead High School July 9-13, 2017. plicants who have been selected to attend. For additional information, please contact Annie Laurie Austin in Community Relations at 352-797-3660. Live Oak Theatre Company Ninth Annual Performing Arts Summer Camp. Held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 18 through June 22 and June 25 through June 30. Camp will be located in Live Oak's new home at the Live Oak Theatre Center for the Performing Arts, 21030 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville, 34601. The suggested donation for tuition is $150 for one week or $250 for both weeks. Each weeks curriculum will be different. The camp is open to children ages 7-18. Special arrangements may be made for younger children based on interview and audition. Campers will be split into groups by age and experience. Early registrations are advised. To reserve a spot: send a minimum deposit/donation of $25, payable to Live Oak Theatre Company and mailed to Live Oak Theatre Company, PO Box 12285 Brooksville, FL 34603. To register online or for more information call 352-593-0027 or go to www.LiveOakTheatre.org and click on SUMMER CAMP button. Stage West Community Playhouse will have 2 camps offered. Beginners Acting Camp, June 4-8 and Advanced Acting Camp, starts June 16. For more info and to apply Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34606 352 683-5113; StageWest@att.net www.StageWestFlorida.com Saint Leo University is offering a summer program for kids 15-18, which runs from June 24-29.. The focus is on CSI Crime Scene Investigation, and is a hands on camp, which allows the student to also see what its like to live on campus. For more informa tion, go to http://www.totalcamps.com/CSI CAMPS/home. Contact Nikki Heister atnikki. heister@saintleo.edu or call (352) 588-8487. Chinsegut Conservation Center, offers all sorts of fun activities throughout the year. They are offering a Saltwater Fishing Camp, Kayak Adventures, Marine Science, in June and July. Check their website for dates, times, and registration: http://myfwc.com/ chinsegut/ Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, offers summer programs which include Junior Mermaid, Junior Lifeguard, and Junior Rang er. https://weekiwachee.com/camps/ Hernando County Public Library offers an array of events for kids and teens see the full list, times, and location: https://hernando countylibrary.us Word of Life Florida, offers teen and juniors camps: http://camps.wol.org/youth-camps/ Michaels offer summer camps as well check out their website for a full list: http:// www.michaels.com/classes Wildlife ranger camp WHEN: June 19-23, 2018 WHERE: Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park, 4150 S Suncoast Blvd., Homosassa, Description: Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park, will offer two-week wildlife rang er camps from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the park 23, is for children ages 8 and 9; the second camp, from July 17 to 21, is for children ages 10 to 12. Applications are available in program is limited to 24 campers and will be to those who have not attended previously. Camp topics include mammals, birds, rep tiles, manatees, the ocean, sea turtles and saving energy through alternative sources. Indoor and outdoor activities include nature hunts, visiting wildlife areas in the park and child and includes a T-shirt and supplies. Applicants must write a short essay on "an animal that lives in Florida and why you think that animal is important" to attach to their applications. For information, call Rene Poppe at (352) 628-5343, ext. 1004. Other Summer Fun Options Kids Bowl Free, from April-October kids can get 2 free games of bowling each day. Sign up at www.kidsbowlfree.com Summer movies, each week both Beacon Theater and Spring Hill 8 offer movies for $1, and usually specials on concessions. Check their websites for the date, times, and movies. www.gtcmovies.com/showtimes/ beacon-brooksville-cinemas & http://touch starcinemas.com SPORTS Scouting the bucks of summer I think about deer and turkey hunting during all parts of the year. Even when I cant hunt out I the woods study ing the herd and learn ing all that I can. For me, Summer is not the time for beaches and margaritas, its the time to begin thinking about early season scouting. The antlers on this years crop of bucks are about ninety percent grown and now is the time to begin invento rying your herd for the upcoming season. As shadows length en and evenings cool, bucks begin their summertime feeding the fall breeding season. Now, is a great time to spot bachelor groups of bucks prowling about in the early evening and feeding in out of the are always a good bet to spot a feeding buck as are powerline right of ways and clear cuts. Scouting cameras are a great way to keep an in your hunting area, but they are not the only way. A sharp set of eyeballs and some good old-fashioned sitting and watching works just as well. Summertime is also the time of year when big bucks seem less aware that humans mean danger. They are out and about because pressured in months and they are feeling the need to feed, but they will shut down to noc turnal feeding patterns if pressured. The key to summertime scouting is to keep your distance and scout low impact. are a great tool for scouting, the same blinds you hunt from can serve a dual pur as simple as a few bales of hay or as sophisti cated as a factory-built hicles, too, can be correctly especially electric hunting carts, but most of my scout ing is done in my truck driving the perimeters of my hunting areas and binoculars. Here are a few tips for low-impact big buck watching: Watch from a dis Toby Benoit is a best selling novelist and pro fessional outdoorsman experience guiding and all across America. Toby is a renowned archer and turkey hunting expert who manufac tures custom game calls and is a regular judge at NWTF sanctioned turkey calling events across the Southeast. Whitetail buck captured on trail camera in Croom tance, 300 to 800 yards is not too far Get good binoculars or a spotting scope and use them. Never set up where deer can force you to leaving Watch the wind; no deer can smell you from yards away. If scouting from a vehicle, park in incon spicuous spots and stay in it. If you surprise deer denly stop, slow down but keep on moving. There are no guaran tees that the deer you watch now will be there in September, but one will be on the feed the opportunity to watch them grow and develop into the trophy youll wish to target later. As always, if you have any feedback, suggestions or even just want to share a good hunting story, give me a shout at Toby@Hernan doSun.com. God bless and good hunting! DOES ANYONE HAVE A SPARE COUCH OR BED TO SHARE?? 10315313 Hi my name is Shasta and I am an adult female German Shepherd mix. I'm calm and seem to do well with other calm dogs. Very sweet and gentle. Good on leash! Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-5062 Another sweetie that is learning to trust. Poor guy has puncture wounds on him. He is scared but coming around at the shelter. He needs love. 10315390 Hi! I'm a young male who came into the shelter recently. I'm ok with other dogs and am beginning t see that people are pretty coolespecially when they give me treats. Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-5062 is baby needs some one to show him not all humans are bad. Needs someone to show him love and patience. 10315417 I am a young male Labrador mix who is just starting to learn that people are good. I am looking for a patient, kind person t help me come out of my shell. I seem too do well with other dogs. ABOVE: Ginger is part of the shelters new program Project Protege Shelter dog! Ginger and her handler Sharon Work with the trainer once a week and learn new homework. During that week Ginger gets out 3-4 times a week to work on what they have learned. Ginger is an excellent student and has really excelled. She is a smart girl and very eager to please. She walks well on leash, sits, and gives paw Ginger is not a fan of chickens or cats as she will chase them and she seems to like boy dogs over the girls. Shes an excellent girl who would make a great addition to your family or perfect companion. Please come give Ginger the forever home she deserves! ABOVE: Volunteer Kathy says I loveeee it! I was making a strange noise and Scooby went into that adorable back and forth head tilt. Dont know what was cuter, that or his ear tilt!! What an absolutely cute boy!! So many adoptables please come out to meet these beautiful souls!!!! #10315316 Adopt Today Deer Homo Sapiens, wil yu pleez com to the sheltr and see us we wud lov yu to adopt us we want to brin you joy. We now that every huoman needs a cuddly sol mat, so let us be the ons. Come and see us 19450 Oliver St. Brooks ville, FL. Love,

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books and helped lead the Eagles to 7-3 record in 2017. The stellar running back would go during the season which included longest run most touchdowns in a and most touchdowns in Morgan fell only Wrights 2,836 career total rushing yards he had from 2011-2015 at Springstead. Advanced Prep Academy is located in over in Polk County, which will keep Morgan close to home. Manuel played pri marily defensive end for the Eagles on the foot ball team, totaling 27 tackles for the season, but made a name for himself on the track and Manuel holds school records in the discus three state medals, including a fourth place states this past spring. Southeastern University is a school located not too far away over in Lakeland, Florida. In signings around the county, Hernan Austin Legg signed with batted .301 during the season for the Leopards and notched 22 hits and drove in 18 runs. Legg was a key piece to Hernando reaching the postseason once again this 2018 season. National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics in Marshall, Missouri. Also signing before the 2017-2018 school year concluded was Weeki Wachee linemen Jason McKnight, whom both signed with Wil kes University. Wilkes University is located in Wilkes Barre, Pennsyl June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 11 SPORTS SOLUTION PAGE 17 SIGNINGS Hernando Highs Austin Legg signed with Missouri Valley. St. Leo has three teams compete for national championships BY ANDY VILLAMAR ZO HERNANDO SUN WRITER Photography Submit ted ST. LEO It has been a special time recently for Saint Leo Univer sity Athletics, as the Lions had three sports clubs vying for national championships, includ softball and mens la crosse. Mens golf also competed for a national championship as well. lacrosse team trav eled to Boston for the pionship as the South Region representative and faced Merrimack College. To get there, an upset of the No. 1 seeded Lenoir-Rhyne, 12-11, in Hickory, N.C. on back on May 20. Merrimack proved to be too much for Saint national championship game, running away with a 23-6 win over the Lions. The Lions as the national run lacrosse. In softball, the im pressive season contin See ST.LEO, Page 12 Springsteads Kyle Manuel signs with Southeastern University Saint Leo Women's Softball Team celebrate their South Regional Title Win. vania. McKnight made eight total tackles on defense for the Hornets this past season, with three of those going for a loss. for Weeki Wachee and only played on defense sparingly.

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Solution to Crossword on page 15 12 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 SPORTS Hernando 16121 Commercial Way, Brooksville, FL 34614 June 1 9, 2018 Visit hernandosun.com NEWS VIEWS EVENTS resident is Cassius A. Boone, a direct de scendant of the famous Boone Family of Ken tucky whose most histor Boone. Cassius came to elected mayor in 1883 and leaves an historical heritage that lives on today. a natural storyteller and has a wealth of knowl edge about the cemetery and its residents. He touches on so many of the famous people of some secrets of the cem etery. Learn why there are so many entrances to Greenwood and why do some headstones face the wrong way. It is fascinat The moonlight tours are very atmospheric and the relative peace of the place can make it eerie, but not scary. Highly recommended. ****** The Moonlight Walk mately two hours within the 100-acre cemetery, and visits the graves of notable individuals in The tour is free. but many times each tour is ent charity that will be accepting donations so bring a little cash with you. Registration for the tours are typically through eventbrite.com, and open 2 weeks before scheduled tour dates. fortable shoes is recom mended for this tour but be courteous of others and keep them pointed at the ground These tours sell out very quickly. Tickets are not distributed early and are completely man aged by the Eventbrite website. ******** Historical Marker Un veiled at Greenwood Cemetery Part of the City of preservation program, a Florida State Historical Marker was unveiled on at the Eppes-Shine Plot at Greenwood Ceme tery. The plaque tells the earliest civic-minded Shine families. Francis Wayles Eppes farmer at his home, Pine Hill on Lake Pineloch. He helped found the First Episcopal Church, now the Cathedral of St Lukes. Three of the Shine Brothers married three daughters of Francis became deputy clerk later postmaster. Captain Thomas J. Shine was the director of the First National Bank, a board man and commander of named the cross street of his wifes family. The Eppes-Shine Plaque at Greenwood Cemetery. ABOVE: The Weeks Mausoleum with a Biblical quote about "thieves." ued in the Lions favor as Saint Leo was able to defeat the University of Alabama-Hunts ville, 6-3, for the South Regional title back on Softball Stadium. continued its winning ways in the postseason after advancing out of the South 2 Regional Tournament with a record of 3-0 before clinching another win ZLWK\003WKH\003\277UV\W\003JDPH\003RI\003 the South Super Re gional early Friday morning. The UAH Chargers nabbed the second game of the se ries to force a deciding game three. Saint Leo eventually won the series 2-1 to sion II World Series in Southern Indiana. There however, the Lions as the No. 6 seed would fall in a heartbreaking Indiana. Auria Mounts was able to pitch just a and took the loss to fall to 16-8. The Lions ended up yielding nine hits and an error in the loss. Lastly in Saint Leo athletics, the Lions peted at the National Championships in Muscle Shoals, AL, on Fighting Joe course on Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail at the Shoals. Saint Leo sent Riley Lillidahl, and Alber to Castagnara to the course to compete for the National Champion ships. The No. 15 Lions ended up facing No. 3 3-2 last week on Thurs day. Goss ended up having the best day out of anyone from Saint Leo, shooting a 73 on the day. ST. LEO

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June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 13 BUSINESS & COMMUNITY SERVING HERNANDO & CITRUS COUNTIES www.comfortkeepers.com (844) 257-1377 Cooking Laundry Companionship Alzheimers Care Light Housekeeping Escort for Shopping and Doctors Appointments Companionship Cooking Laundry andat home. 352-726-4547 Independently owned and operated office. HH299992888 INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND License# 299992888 TECH TALK BY ROCCO MAGLIO HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER a lot of potential for growth is cyber securi ty. Large corporations are starting to require that their third parties security. This makes sense as Target was hacked through their companies have been ed routes including a casino who was hacked by someone accessing and from there stealing sensitive information. the company, cyber security is becoming more important. Suncoast Technical Educational Center gram in cyber security. This program is open to all adults whether or high school diploma. high school diploma, they can take place ment tests to see wheth er they need remedial classes. Suncoast Technical accepts the cial support. Suncoast Technical also works with partner agencies: Career Source, Mid Florida Community Rehab and in some cas es they can help with tuition. The Suncoast Tech nical cyber security course is a two year program. It uses the ing courses. There are demonstration videos and tests. The students during the program: PC Pro, Network Pro, and Security Pro. These cepted by PHSC. There is the opportunity to cations from CompTIA and Security+. The ready for the CompTIA will award you 8 cert hours towards a degree. So if you pass all three have choose to get your Asso In addition to online courses to prepare to pass current cyber security events in class to put the cyber security training room interaction can as sist the students in being rity program is located on the Nature Coast Techni cal High School campus. information at https://sun teched.com/ Sun Tech Cyber Security Program BROOKSVILLE This seniors will walk across the graduation stage and receive the second of 2 degrees they earned while attending Hernando County schools. By par rollment program, these students have earned both their high school diplo ma and an Associate of Pasco-Hernando State an increase of 8 stu dents over last years 21 graduates, district leaders attribute the increase to strong academic advise ment by certified school counselors. We know that the cost of sending children to college is a barrier for some families. By work ing together with our school principals, school counselors, teachers and our partners at PHSC, we implemented a more strategic approach that included a great aware ness of academic options and good educational planning to make going to college an affordable option for students, Supervisor of Secondary Programs for Hernando tin said. high school students to take college courses at the same time they com plete requirements for their high school diplo ma. Hernando County Schools program partner is Pasco-Hernando State College. Each year, staff ulate detailed agreements to ensure students have a successful academic graduation goals. With 13 students, Wee ki Wachee High School share of students earning their AA. Even as freshman, we work very purposeful ly with our students to map out their pathway to earning the college degree. By providing the enrollment courses along with advanced placement courses, students are able to reach the 60 credits they need for the AA, WWHS Principal Troy La Barbara said. Graduates who com plete their AA while in high school, save over $6,300.00 in tuition alone and thousands more in Even if students are not certain what they wish to do after high school, by taking advan tage of dual enrollment, they have confidence in their ability to tackle college coursework and a college degree to prove it, Austin said. Hernando schools increase number of college grads Students enrolled in the SunTech cyber security course. Entrance to SunTech at Nature Coast Technical High School Software used in the SunTech cyber security course Above: SunTech Cyber Security classroom at Nature Coast Technical High School.

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14 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 An honor to recognize our Veterans... from front page Bagpipers Madison Poth and Daniel McLain. The Visiting Nurse Association of Florida was awarded 4.5 stars out of 5 based on the outcomes of their patients by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Call today to see how we can help you: 352-292-8181 License #299991370VNA is always here to help you with: Skilled Nursing Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies Medical Social Workers Home Health Aides Complex Care And More The National Star Rating average is 3 out 5 stars. National Anthem was sung by Linda Burnette Riderless Horse The Pasco Posse. ABOVE: Volunteers placed over 100,000 al Day Ceremony. LEFT: Presenting The Colors Bottom left: Veter ans stand when the song of their military branch is played, as Ye Mystic Air Crewe the casket or urn of a veteran. With the wind gathered together to give remembrance and honor to veterans. The day before the ceremony, hundreds of volunteers with the Flags tion at Florida National Cemetery gathered to site, over 100,000 sites, and thanked each by name. Everyone joined in on the Pledge of Alle giance. American pride rang out among the trees. Throughout the cemetery you could hear the music playing. Bagpipes rang honor. Hernando High School Band performed the armed service songs of each military branch while veterans stood up when their song was played. The Ye Mystic Air over during the cere mony. Your heart was warmed as visitors placed before their loved ones grave sites or stood and saluted them. The Pasco As an American, it was all the veterans on this special day. in the Canteen. During the luncheon, Gianna Conroy, a student from Pine Grove Elementary, recited the poem, In Flanders Field. She explained the purpose of the Buddy Poppy and the benets the donations give to veterans. ABOVE: Members of VFW Post 10209 LEFT: Gianna Conroy, Pine Grove Elementary stu dent who recited the poem, In Flanders Field

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Yes, there are people available to help, so you can enjoy a well-earned respite. Im sure at some point your loved one living with dementia has stay or perhaps even been sent to a rehabilitation facility or nursing commu nity. You may have been social worker whose job it is to make recommen dations, some of which might be worthwhile. Cautiously keep in mind that most of these refer rals come from a list that was put together by their of the list will be compiled from sister companies which is an obvious prejudice. If the facility is suggesting a certain nurs ing home, dont be afraid to ask if they have ever set foot inside it themselves. As much as I wish it would not come to placing dementia patients in nurs ing facilities, a time comes when you may no longer be able to provide the care they need at home. But be forewarned that drastic changes may advance, once you break them from their daily routine. You will likely notice the dete rioration of their mem ory almost immediately. However, once they get used to their new routine, they should balance out. You might be told its because you no longer see them on a day-to-day ba sis. From what Ive seen, the dismantling of their routine life leaves them in a new world of confusion If you search hard enough, hopefully you will of the top things you need to look at is how quali members are in dealing with dementia patients. Are they required to take a course in memory-impair ment? Some companies have gone from making course to only a one-hour online class. This is most irresponsible. Learn how they super vise wandering patients; also talk to the activity activities he or she has for the memory-impaired. This is a big one: ask how they feel about the patients having the right to continue using their regu lar physician. You might have to transport them to their own doctor yourself, but it may be well worth it. residents, they will most likely hit you with a hand ful of complaints. Before investigate to see how much truth is behind these accusations. They hav ent fed me in days, is a will likely hear them say over and over that their personal property has been stolen. It might be true but remember how suspicious the person with dementia mind has become. If you feel something has to be are the voice for that per son. If you feel the need to speak out--do it! When visiting your loved ones, please do not keep telling yourself, make if I visit them. They wont remember anyway. Your being there will Trust me. You might be all they have left. There will be times when you walk in and they dont remember you. But the times they do will mean the world to both of you. Solution to Crossword from page 12: BUSINESS & COMMUNITY June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 15 CLASSIFIEDS Solution to Sudoku from p 18: (puzzle on page 6) SPRING HILL ENRICHMENT CENTER JUNE CALENDAR; 10441Quality Drive Spring Hill, Florida 34609 Medical Arts Building Suite #105; Located on the campus of Bayfront Health Spring Hill BROOKSVILLE ENRICHMENT CENTER JUNE CALENDAR; 17222 Hospital Blvd Brooksville, Fl 34601 Medical Arts Building Suite #120 Located; on the campus of Bayfront Health Brooksville; 544.6022 The Quarry Mining Association Enrichment Center JUNE CALENDAR; 800 John Gary Grubbs Blvd; Brooksville CALENDARS FOR ENRICHMENT CENTERS Gary LeBlanc is a health columnist specializing in dementia care. He has authored over 350 articles on the subject and provides local caregiver workshops Finding a new memory care community PLACES OF WORSHIP Baptist First Baptist Church of Brooksville 420 Howell Ave. Brooks ville, FL 34601 (352) 796-6791 New Hope Baptist Church 15300 Wiscon Rd Brooks ville, FL 34601 (352) 799-1448 Grace Tabernacle Inde pendent Baptist Church, Brooksville, FL. Brooksville, Florida Call (352) 796-7229 Spring Hill Baptist Church 3140 Mariner Blvd Spring Hill, FL 34609 352-683-5685 Spring Hill, FL 34608 352.683.5882 Eden Baptist Church 22308 Lake Lindsey Rd Brooksville, FL 34601 Phone: 352-796-3855 Cornerstone Baptist Church Address: 13171 Tara St, Spring Hill, FL 34609 (352) 515-0949 St. Anthony the Abbot Catholic Church 20428 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34601 (352)796-2096 St. Francis Xavier Cabrini Catholic Church 5030 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill, Fl 34609 (352) 683-9666 St. Theresa Catholic Church 1107 Commercial Way Spring Hill, FL 34606 Tel: 352-683-2849 St. Benedict Catholic Church 455 S. Suncoast Blvd Crystal River, FL 34429 Tel: 352-795-4479 Episcopal St. Andrew's Episcopal Church 2301 Deltona Blvd Spring Hill, FL 34606 (352) 683-2010 St. John's Episcopal Church 7771 Stringfellow Road St. James City, Fl 33956 239 283-1820 St John's Episcopal Church 200 S. Brooksville Ave, Brooksville, FL 34604 Phone: (352) 796-9112 Lutheran Christ Lutheran Church 475 North Ave. W Brooks ville, Florida 34601 Phone 352-796-8331 Good Shepherd Lutheran Church 439 East Norvell Bryant Highway Hernando, Flori da 34442 Forest Oaks Lutheran Church 8555 Forest Oaks Blvd Spring Hill, FL 34606 352-683-9731 Messianic Israel Temple New Jerusalem 6900 County Road 95, Palm Harbor, Fl. 34684. Nazarene Hernando Church of the Nazarene 2101 N. Florida Ave Her nando, FL 34442 Tel: 352-726-6144 Non Denominational New Journey Church St, Brooksville, FL 34601 Phone: (352) 346-2527 Community Bible Church Brooksville, FL 34601 Phone: (352) 799-5462 Vineyard Christian Church Address: 375 S Broad St, Brooksville, FL 34601 Phone: (352) 587-2425 Calvary Chapel Hernando 5155 Commercial Way, Spring Hill Phone #: 352-650-8455 Grace World Outreach Church 20366 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL, 34601 (352) 796-3685 Faith Evangelical Free Church 5338 Freeport Drive Spring Hill, FL 34606 352.688.7605 Christ the Savior Greek Orthodox Church 140 U.S. 19 (Commercial Way) Spring Hill, Florida 34606 Ph. 352-796-8482 HELP WANTED NOW HIRING FULL-TIME POSITION W/ BENEFITS -Welders/Fabricators/ Pipe Fitters -Industrial Painters -Sandblasters -Flux Core Welding Experience -Fabrication Experience -Industrial Painting & Sandblasting Experience Apply in person. Bushnell, FL 33513 800-555-4754 Technology Instructor Needed HBI is currently seeking a Building Construction Technology Instructor for its program in Brooks ville, FL. HS diploma or equivalent is required. years general trades experience. The ability to work with youth aged 1624 is needed. Competi tive salary and paid leave description and apply, visit www.hbi.org EOE/ AA/M/F/D/V Inspectors for Real Estate Transactions Full service pest Control Company has immediate openings for self-motivat ed Inspectors to handle Real Estate Transaction Inspections. Ideal can didates will possess a working knowledge of the pest control industry as well as experience in real estate transactions as they relate to the pest control industry. Potential Candidates must be willing to communicate with current and potential customers, must be well-or ganized and hold a valid Florida Driver's License. This position provides: A Company vehicle Gas Allowance Paid Holidays Vacation Paid Training be discussed at the time of interview. Please email resume to kelley@snwcole.com or Fax to: 352-796-1775 Pest Control Technician/ Lawn Service Technician Locally owned Pest Control Company is in search of Self-motivated starters to keep up with an ever ex panding Pest Control & Lawn Service customer base. Prior experience is not nec essary, but maybe helpful. and will train the right people. Potential candidates must be willing to communicate with customers and potential customers. A working knowl edge of Florida Turf will be helpful a valid Florida Driver's License is required. This is a full-time position route, attractive wages, paid holidays and vacation. Full the time of interview. Please email resume to kelley@snwcole.com or Fax to: 352-796-1775 ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Cheer up, Lamb. Your emotional impasse will lift once you allow your highly tuned sense of justice to guide you on what to do about an associates questionable behavior. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) News about a project you hoped to work on might need more clarification. Take nothing just on faith. Draw up a list of questions, and insist on each being fully answered. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Giving your time to help others is fine. But dont lose sight of your own needs. Make plans for an energy-restoring getaway with that very special person in your life. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Congratulate yourself on getting that difficult job done to everyones satisfaction. This could be the first of many such challenges you might be offered down the line. LEO (July 23 to August 22) With your enthusiasm soaring again, you feel ready to tackle a tough new assignment. Good for you! And remember: Dont be too proud to accept help when its offered. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Cupid rules the week for single Virgos eager to make a romantic connection. Meanwhile, Virgo couples experience renewed commitment in their relationships. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Home and work issues vie for your attention through early next week. Rely on your Libran sense of balance to keep you from being overwhelmed by either side. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Creative projects might have to go on standby as you tackle other matters making demands on your time and energy. Things should ease by the middle of next week. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Your energies are high, and so are your aspirations. But be careful not to let work dominate the week. Its also important to spend time with family and friends. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Its a good time to set aside your pride and stop nursing those hurt feelings. Instead, consider restoring relationships you want to have back in your life. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) You might be miffed at not being shown more appreciation for your hard work. But dont brood over it. Recognition comes in its own time and in its own way. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) With your inner creative juices starting to boil and bubble, this is a good time to launch a new arts-related project, or go back and restart the one you had set aside. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a way of seeing the best in people, which helps encourage them to live up to your perceptions. 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. King Features Weekly ServiceMay 28, 2018 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Meet & Eat Coney Island Hotdog Sun Coast Traffic School 352.279.6489 AARP Driving 352.678.3090 June 17th 1 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 9 11 Share A Craft 10 11:30 Crochet Classes 10:30 Music with Gale 12:30 4 Mah Jongg 12:30 4 Advanced Canasta Hand & Foot 1:00ChewintheFat 3 6:00 TLC for Moms 4 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 9 11 Share A Craft 9 12 Painting 9 4 SHINE by Appt Only Call 593 0705 12 3:00 Current Events 12:30 4 Canasta Hand & Foot 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 1 4:00 Painting 5 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:00 Weights & Squats 9:00 9:40 2 mile walk 9: 40 10:00 Tai Chi 9 11 Share A Craft 10:30 11:30 YOGA 11 12 Social Seniors 11:30 12:30 Blood Pressure checks by Home Instead 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 1 4:00 Scrabble 1 3 Deaf Services & FREE amplified Phone 6:30 8:30 TLC for Moms 6 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 10 2 Vocational Rehab 10 12 Ceramics 10 12 Mah Jongg Lessons 1 4 Advanced Mah Jongg 1 -4:00 Alzheimers Support 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 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2 1 8 4 Cards, Board Games & 8:30 9:00 Weights & Squats 9:00 9:40 2 mile walk 9:40 10:00 Tai Chi 9 11 Share A Craft 9 4 SHINE by Appt Only Call 593 0705 10:30 11:30 YOGA 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 6:30 8:30 Mom to Mom 2 2 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 9 11 Share A Craft 10 11:30 Crochet Classes 10:30 Music with Gale 11:00 Birthday Club 12 1 Blood Pressure checks by Home Instead 1 4 Mah Jongg 1 4 Canast a 1:00 Chewin th e Fat! 3 6:00 TLC for Moms 2 5 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 9 11 Share A Craft 9 12 Painting 9 4 SHINE by Appt Only Call 593 0705 12 3:00 Current Events 12:30 4 Canasta Hand & Foot 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 1 4:00 Painting 2 6 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:00 Weights & Squats 9:00 9:40 2 mile walk 9:40 10:00 Tai Chi 9 11 Share A Craft 10:30 11:30 YOGA 11 12 Social Seniors 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 1 4:00 Scrabble 1 3 Deaf Services & FREE amplified Phone 6:30 8:30 TLC for Moms 27 8 4 Cards, Board Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 10 2 Vocational Rehab 10 12 Ceramics 10 12 Mah Jongg Lessons 1 4 Advanced Mah Jongg 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 28 8 4 Cards, Board Games & 8:30 9:00 Weights & Squats 9:00 9:40 2 mile walk 9:40 10:00 Tai Chi 9 11 Shar e A Craft 9 4 SHINE by Appt Only Call 593 0705 10:30 11:30 YOGA 1:00 Chewin the Fat! 6:30 8:30 Mom to Mom 29 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 9:00 10:00 Chair Exercise 9 11 Share A Craft 10 11:30 Crochet Classes 10:30 Music with Gale 12:30 4 Mah Jongg 12:30 4 Advanced Canasta Hand & Foot 1:00ChewintheFat 3 6:00 TLC for Moms SPRING HILL ENRICHMENT CENTER 10441 Quality Drive Spring Hill, Florida 34609 Medical Arts Building Suite #105 Located on the campus of Bayfront Health Spring Hill CPR Training available! Call 597.8875 SHINE 593.0705 JUNE 201 8 684.7568 www.bayfrontbrooksville.com MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Sun Coast Traffic School 352.279.6489 AARP Driving 352.678.3090 Meet & Eat Coney Island Hotdog June 17th 1 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Gourd painting 10 12 Relax thru Coloring 10 1 Quilters with a Cause 4 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 11 12 Beach Ball Bash 10 12 Diabetic Support 10:00 3:30 Florida Sewing Society 1 4:00 Alzheimer's 7:00 Creative Anachronism 5 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9 5 SHINE BY APPT 9:30 11 BINGO 10 11:30 Florida Retired Educators Association 10 12 Deaf Services 8 -3 Sewing Class 6:30 -7:30 Nurse Support 6 Walking in the Courtyard 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:30 Exercise 10 4 AARP_DSP 9 12 Crocheting & Knitting 10:30 Humane Society 11:30 12:30 Blood Pressure by Home Instead 12:30 4 Canasta Hand & Foot 1 3 Warm Up America ~crocheting 1 3 Pencil Sketching 1:00 Music with Gale 6:30 7:30 AA Support Group 7 Toastmasters Public Speaking 7 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9:30 11 BINGO 8 -3 Sewing Class 124 Pinochle 1 -3 Creative Art 5:30 Cognitive Training 6:00 10:00 CPR AED 7:30 9:00 AL Anon 8 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Gourd painting 10 12 Relax thru Coloring 10 1 Quilters with a Cause 1 1 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 10 12 Diabetic Support 11 12 Beach Ball Bash 1 4:00 Alzheimer's 7 9:00 Camera Club 12 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9 5 SHINE BY APPT 9:30 11 BINGO 10 12 Deaf Services 10 3 HC Quilt Guild 8 3 Sewing Class 10:30 Birthday Club 6:30 7:30 Nurse Support 1 3 Walking in the Courtyard 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Crocheting & Knitting 10:30 Hospital Volunteers 11:30 12:30 Blood Pressure by Home Instead 12:30 4:00 Canasta Hand & Foot 1 3 Warm Up America ~crocheting 1 3 Pencil Sketching 1:00 Music with Gale 6:30 7:30 AA Support Group 7 Toastmasters Public Speaking 1 4 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9:30 11 BINGO 8 3 Sewing Class 12 4 Pinochle 1 3 Creative Art 5:30 Cognitive Training 6:30 8:30 Improve Your Health Free Seminar 7:30 9:00 AL Anon 1 5 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Gourd painting 10 12 Relax thru Coloring 10 1 Quilters with a Cause 1 3 Humane Society 2 4 Ostomy Support Group Group June 17th 18 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 10 12 Diabetic Support 11 12 Beach Ball Bash 1 4:00 Alzheimer's 19 8 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9 5 SHINE BY APPT 9:30 11 BINGO 10 12 Deaf Services 10:00 Ear Wax Removal 10:00 Free Neck Massages Terlep Chiropractic 8 3 Sewing Class 10 3 HC Quilt Guild 12:30 Meet & Eat Coney Island Hotdog 3 5 Brain Injury 6:30 7:30 Nurse Support 2 0 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Crocheting & Knitting 9:30 BayCare 9:30 12 HC Quilt Guild BOD 11:30 12:30 Blood Pressure 12:30 4:00 Canasta Hand & Foot 1 3 Warm Up America 1 3 Pencil Sketching 1:00 Music with Gale 6:30 7:30 AA Support Group 7 Toastmasters Public Speaking 2 1 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9:30 11 BINGO 8 3 Sewing Class 12 4 Pinochle 1 3 Creative Art 5:30 Cognitive Training 6:00 10:00 CPR AED 7:30 9:00 AL Anon 2 2 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Gourd painting 10 12 Relax thru Coloring 10 1 Quilters with a Cause 2 5 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 10 12 Diabetic Support 11 12 Beach Ball Bash 1 4:00 Alzheimer's 7 9:00 Camera Club 2 6 8 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9 5 SHINE BY APPT 9:30 11 BINGO 10 12 Deaf Services 8 3 Sewing Class 10 3 HC Quilt Guild 3 5 Brain Injury 6:30 7:30 Nurse Support 27 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Crocheting & Knitting 11:30 12:30 Blood Pressure by Home Instead 12:30 4:00 Canasta Hand & Foot 1 3 Warm Up America 1 3 Pencil Sketching 1:00 Music with Gale 6:30 7:30 AA Support Group 7 Toastmasters Public Speaking 28 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 9:30 11 BINGO 8 3 Sewing Class 12 4 Pinochle 1 3 Creative Art 5:30 Cognitive Training 7:30 9:00 AL Anon 29 Walking in the Courtyard anytime 8 4 Cards, Games & Puzzles 8 12 Crafts 8:30 9:30 Exercise 9 12 Gourd painting 10 12 Relax thru Coloring 10 1 Quilters with a Cause BROOKSVILLE ENRICHMENT CENTER 17222 Hospital Blvd Brooksville, Fl 34601 Medical Arts Building Suite #120 Located on the campus of Bayfront Health Brooksville SHINE 593.0705 CPR Training available! Call 597.8875 JUNE 544.6022 Mining Association Enrichment Center 352.544.5 900 Ask us about AARP Defensive Driving Room Rentals available thru the City of Brook sville Call 544 6022 for m ore Information MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Meet & Eat Coney Island Hotdog Sun Coast Traffic School 352.279.6489 AARP Driving 352. 678.3090 June 17th 1 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 4 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 1 3 Creative Art 5 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4 Puzzles 1:00 Alzheimers Support Group by appointment 6 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 10 4 American Red Cross 7 9 4 Cards & Ga mes 9 4:00 Puzzles 10 4 American Red Cross 12:30 4 Nature Coast Basket Weavers 8 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 11 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 1 3 Creative Art 1 2 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4 Puzzles 9 4 AARP DSP 1:00 Alzheimers Support Group by appointment 1 3 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 11 1 SHINE appointment only Call 593 0705 1 4 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4:00 P uzzles 10 4 Nature Coast Basket Weavers 10 4 American Red Cross 7:00 9:00 HCARA 15 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 18 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 1 3 Creative Art 19 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4 Puzzles 12:30 Meet & Eat Coney Island Hotdog 1:00 Alzheimers Support Group by appointment 2 0 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4 Puzzles 11 1 SHINE appointment only Call 593 0705 21 8 12:00 HC Quilt Guild 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 10 4 American Red Cross 12:30 4 Nature Coast Basket Weavers 2 2 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 25 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 1 3 Creative Art 26 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4 Puzzles 1:00 Alzheimers Support Group by appointment 27 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4 Puzzles 11 1 SHINE appointment only Call 593 0705 28 9 4 Cards & Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 10 4 American Red Cross 12:30 4 Nature Coast Basket Weavers 2 9 9 4 Cards & Board Games 9 4:00 Puzzles 800 John Gary Grubbs Blvd Brooksville, Florida 34601 JUNE 2018 City of Brooksville Parks & Recreation offer s fitness classes for all ages Call 352.540.3835 Holy Trinity Orthodox Church Address: 11200 Elgin Blvd, Spring Hill, FL 34608 Phone: (352) 686-6050 Presbyterian Brooksville First Presbyte rian Church 250 Bell Ave, Brooksville, FL 34601, USA (352) 796-4228 Faith Presbyterian Church Address: 200 Mt Fair Ave, Brooksville, FL 34601 Phone: (352) 796-4969 Islamic Center of Spring Hill 6307 Barclay Ave Spring Hill, Florida (352) 610-4356 Jewish Temple Beth David Jewish Center Spring Hill 13158 Antelope St Spring Hill FL 34609-5006 (352) 686-7034 (352) 686-3644 Chabad of Spring Hill info@chabadspringhill. com (352) 600-2779 PLACES OF WORSHIP

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By SAVANNAH ALDAY HERNANDO SUN WRITER WEEKI WACHEE park as torrents of rain came down at Linda Pederson Park on May 22, 2018. Students and helpers beat the Monday blues as they decided to invest their energy in aiding a began working as early as nine, that morning. They removed the pepper seedlings from the parks. Prepping the sites, as they labored through the downpours of the day, the early vol unteers decided to cook hot dogs for the second round of helpers. Around 3 pm, the group effort reached full force as students from Hernando High School, the UF/IFAS Master Gardeners and commu nity volunteers worked together to add new greenery and variety to the park. The various species of coastal upland plants were grown in the Hernando High Schools greenhouse and tended and his dedicated stu dents. They had grown plants such as Muhly Grass, Goldenrod, Sage, and more. What we are trying from the UF/IFAS Her Is get rid of the bad invasive plants that were killed and replace them with the good native plants that we have been raising. Brittany Hall-Scharf, Florida Sea Grant agent informed us more about the effort. The project started at the beginning of the school year when we were awarded the FFA Living to Serve grant. native coastal species to go in place of the in and lead tree that per county ordinance was being removed. ville learned of the proj ect, they also donated some funds to support project, said HallScharf. how the beginning of the growing process was dif ficult due to Hurricane Irma eradicating part of they bought native plants and seeds from local vendors. Rick Ahrens stu dents were the stars of the showcaring, propa gating, and growing the plants. They worked in the greenhouse week ly and dedicated over 550 hours towards this project, boasted HallScharf. Mike Singer, an Environmentally Sen sitive Lands Specialist, gave a helping hand and also directed volunteers on-site. He had worked alongside the Florida Sea Grant Agency to select these particular planting sites. Singer and Brittany Hall-Scharf were able to narrow it down to 10 sites within Linda Pederson Park. tremely productive day for coastal restoration. There was a total of 21 large trash bags of dead invasive plants which were removed by the volunteers. The new species were planted into 11 sites be tween Bayport and Linda Pederson Park, and 500 out of the 700 plants grown in the greenhouse were successfully given new homes. 16 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 BUSINESS & COMMUNITY See BRIEFS, Page 17 Florida SBDC Announces Second No-cost Cybersecurity Seminar versity of South Florida is service to small business es. As a component of the USF is also hosting a no-cost cybersecurity training sem inar. Cybersecurity Basics for Small Businesses will be at the Port Tampa Bay Build Friday, June 8, from 8:30 to 11 a.m. The Cybersecurity Basics for Small Business workshop will cover four topics: basic cybersecurity threats, why cybersecurity matters, best practices for cybersecurity and resiliency, and cyber resources. The foundation for BUSINESS / COMMUNITY BRIEFS Students, community volunteers, UF Sea Grant, IFAS staff members and Master Gardeners brave the rain to remove invasive plants, replace them with native varieties. WARRANT Hernando County Crime Stoppers Please Call WANTED CALL Hernando County Crime Stoppers Toll Free 1-866-990-TIPS (8477) or go to www.HernandoCountyCrimeStoppers.com DOB: 09/10/1999 Hgt: 6 Wgt:170 Spring Hill, FL Kyle Manuel: Stellar athlete and now Eagle Scout Kyle Manuel at the Eagle Scout ceremony these workshops is a new indepth cybersecurity resource owners information and meet the challenges of doing business in cyberspace. Small Business Cybersecu rity Program is to provide small businesses with a sound understanding of the risks of cyber-attacks, common cyber threats, and to equip them with strategies to safeguard their business, customers, addition to training, Florida will also work one-on-one with business owners to help address their individual needs and can also assist business owners through the devel opment of a comprehensive cybersecurity plan. Learn more about the Florida for Small Business train ing by visiting http://bit.ly/ sbdc-cyber. The event will including: Robert Lindsey of Regions Bank; Adam B. Brouillet of Trenam Law; and Consulting. A key takeaway and the foundation for these workshops is a new in-depth user-friendly information to help your business become more cyber-secure. Hernando County Tourist Development Council Va cancies The Board of County Commissioners is accepting applications from individu als wishing to serve on the Hernando County Tourist Group eort in coastal restoration project Teresa Weglarz from the Master Gardeners Volunteer Program. lenger K-8. gram at Linda Pederson Park. BY JULIE B. MAGLIO HERNANDO SUN WRITER Springstead High Senior his high school career on a positive note. He recently signed with Southeastern University in Lakeland, FL where hell continue his science with plans to be come a physical therapist. Kyle was named Spring steads 2018 United States Marine Corps-Semper Fi Athlete Award Winner. Springstead Athletics lists Manuels impressive accomplishments: Football sity Letterman Helped lead the team to a 7-3 record this past season season. he was the starter at Right 27 Tackles and 6 Sacks Boys Weightlifting Helped to capture the Hernando County Champi onship this past season Track and Field Holds 2 School Records: Meters Meters Earned 3 State Medals: Manuel not only shines athletically, he earned a GPA. However, he has truly distinguished himself with a recent achievement, earning the rank of Eagle Scout, which only about achieve. Part of becoming an Eagle Scout is earning a total of 21 merit badges, ing a community service project. Kyle has been involved with scouts since 2006, when he joined as a cub scout. He is a member of troop 303. Kyles Eagle Scout project was the construc Challenger K-8 in memory of the Challenger space shuttle disaster victims. A memorial stone placed in

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BUSINESS & COMMUNITY June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 17 Solution on page 18 Puzzle on page 11 BUSINESS / COMMUNITY BRIEFS FROM PAGE 16 LEGAL NOTICES OBITUARIES An Orlando Resort Just for YouYou only need to view the online photos of the Shades of Green resort in Orlando, Florida, and youll want to go. Sitting next to Disney World and sandwiched between two PGA golf courses, the place is a highly desirable resort for you. Its one of a small chain of Armed Forces Recreation Centers, all owned by the Department of Defense. There are nearly 600 rooms and suites at Shades of Green, and they sound very high-class. There are seven levels of accommodation, from standard room to garden suite. If youre bringing a crowd, perhaps for a wedding or big celebration, the family suite sleeps eight, and the palm suite sleeps 10. Yes, you can take guests, but you must check them in. With tennis, two pools with slide, golf, shopping at the handy AAFES Exchange and a spa, this could be a great place to go with the family. Youll also be eligible for reduced-rate tickets to most of the attractions in the Orlando area, including Disney World. At the bottom of all the web pages is a Special Offers button. Click it. Youll see what secret benefits theyre cooking up for the rest of the year: special rates on special days in August, special rates on certain dates in September, and more. Dont miss the Red White and Blue Salute Package. Check your eligibility at www.shadesofgreen.org and see what paperwork you need to verify your status. Shades of Green is a military proper ty, which means theres guarded, controlled access to the resort. If you happen to be in Hawaii this summer, there is another AFRC resort there [www.halekoa.com]. In addition, there are resorts in South Korea, the Bavarian Alps in Garmisch, Ger many, and Tokyo. 2018 King Features Synd., Inc. King Features Weekly ServiceMay 28, 2018 Handmade Quilts for Chil dren in Need ric ER was recently present ed with four handmade quilts to be distributed to young periencing a traumatic event and need an additional com fort. The quilts were made by the Quilting With Grace group from Grace Presbyteri an Church in Spring Hill. UUCIP Collecting to Help Pets The Unitarian Universal ist Church in the Pines is collecting your old blankets, towels, dog bowls, dog toys, leashes and harnesses to help low/no income families and individuals care for their cat food and money to cover as neutering and required annual shots would be also greatly appreciated. Science says people with pets are happier and healthier. Please tion or to schedule a pick-up. Hernando Youth Orchestra needs instrument dona tions. If you have a musical instrument you dont want, tra would love to hear from you! We accept most donat ed instruments, pick them up, to talented young musicians, so your donated instrument Your unused instrument may schedule a pick up. Check us out: www.HernandoY Hernando Historical Muse um Needs Tour Guides help is needed just three hours a week. Retirees welcome!! We will train. We have three museums, The May-Stringer home is perched on top of a hill overlooking the city of Brooksville has over 11,000 artifacts on display; The 1885 a railway system connecting travelers and freight from the ports of the East Coast of in the 1850s by Fredrick Lykes, will bring you back and interactive lesson while sitting at authentic wooden hernandohistoricalmuseumas for more information. CASE NO.:18CP000508AXMX; DIVISION; IN RE: ESTATE OF BRIAN RAY BAXTER, Deceased. The administration of the estate of Brian Ray Baxter, deceased, whose date of death was March 21, 2018, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hernando County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 20 North Main Street, Brooksville, Flori da 34601. The name and address of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and oth er persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS, NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. Notice is June 1, 2018. Attorney for Personal Representative: A. J. MUSIAL, JR., ESQUIRE Florida Bar No.: 157330 1211 West Fletcher Avenue Tampa, Florida 33612-3363 Telephone: (813) 265-4051 Fax: (813) 265-3110 Email Service: Personal Representative: BETTY J. BAXTER 24460 Dan Brown Hill Drive Brooksville, FL 34602 (06/01/2018), (06/08/2018) Notice is hereby given that OSTEOPATHIC HERITAGE PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION, owner, desiring to engage in business IMMEDIATE MEDCARE & FAMILY DOCTOR located in Hernando County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. (06/01/2018) IN RE: ESTATE OF PETER HOFFMAN SUSMAN Deceased. The administration of the estate of PETER HOFFMAN SUSMAN, deceased, whose date of death was August 16, 2017; is pending in the Circuit Court for Hernando County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 20 N. Main Street, Brooksville FL 34601. The names and addresses of the personal represen tative and the personal representa tives attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and oth er persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, on whom a copy of this notice is required to be court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702 WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. notice is: June 1, 2018. JAMES S. EGGERT Attorney for Personal Representative Secondary Email: leslie@owenslawgrouppa.com Florida Bar No. 949711 Owens Law Group, P.A. 811-B Cypress Village Blvd. Ruskin, FL 33573 Telephone: (813) 633-3396 MARK DANIEL SUSMAN Personal Representative 7 Senate Brook Drive Amston, CT 06231-1520 (06/01/2018), (06/08/2018) Notice of Self Storage Sale Please take notice Hide-Away Storage Spring Hill located at 1000 Commercial Way, Spring Hill FL 34606 intends to hold a sale to sell the property stored at the Facility by the below list of Occupants whom are in default at an Auction. The sale will occur as an online auction via www.storagetreasures.com on 6/13/2018 at 10:00AM. Unless stated otherwise the description of the contents are household goods and furnishings. Michael Madison unit #0103; Tammy Burden unit #3067. All property is being stored at the above self-storage facility. This sale may be withdrawn at any time without notice. Certain terms and conditions apply. See manager for details. (05/25/2018), (06/01/2018) Notice is hereby given that the School Board of Hernando County, Florida will hold the following meetings on June 12, 2018 in the School Board Room, 919 N. Broad Street, Brooks ville, FL 34601: Informal at 11:00 A.M. Workshop at 2:00 P.M. Regular Meeting at 6:00 P.M. Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommo dations to participate in this meeting is asked to advise the agency at least contacting Kelly Pogue at (352) 7977000. If you are hearing impaired, please contact the agency by calling (352) 797-7202. If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the School Board with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he/she any School Board meeting consists the Board including any back-up materials or documents submitted to it and a transcript of the audio and/or visual recording of the meeting if any made and maintained by the District. It is the responsibility of the party requesting a copy of audio/visual recording to have it transcribed for appellate purposes. Originated by Mark Johnson, Chairperson of The School Board of Hernando County, Florida By:Lori M. Romano, Ph.D., Superintendent of Schools (06/01/2018) Notice is hereby given that ENCHANTED FANTASIE LLC, owner, desiring to engage in business ENCHANTRESS SAHRYE located in Hernando County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida De partment of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. (06/01/2018) Notice is hereby given that Arnel Senson, owner, desiring to engage in business under the Arnel Senson Insurance Agency located in Hernando County, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florida Department of State, pursuant to sec tion 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. (06/01/2018) Maryetta Jayne Maryetta Jayne Shearer Vaughn, March 8, 1924 May 15, 2018 Died of heart failure at Brooksville Healthcare Center. Born in Waynes boro, PA to the late Joseph Brown Shearer and Mary she attended Franklin County Schools where, in 1938, she was the only student in county history to achieve a perfect score on the high school mathematics entrance exam. She was an honor graduate of Green castle High School where she received distinguished achievement awards in French and math. During WWII she was employed by Letterkenny Ordinance Depot in Chambersburg, PA. She married Irvin Willis Vaughn and lived for a short time in Tampa and Dade City, FL before moving permanently to Brooksville, FL. She was a member of the Baptist faith, and served the First Baptist Church of Brooksville as Superinten dant of Sunday School and Principal of Vacation Bible School. From 1962-1968 she was Assistant County Librarian at Lykes Memorial County Library. After leaving the library, she worked as a teller at First National Bank of Brooksville retiring as Assistant Cashier from what now is known as Bank of America. She had been a cattle rancher since 1967. For eighteen years she was a volunteer at Lykes Memorial Hospital where she was a Pink Lady and Membership Chairperson of the Hospital Volunteers. In 1975 she was awarded the Service to Mankind Award by the Brooksville Sertoma Club. She is preceded in death by her husband, Irvin Willis Vaughn, by her son, Robert Irvin Vaughn, infant Vaughn, two brothers, Harry Donald Kaufman (Waynesboro, PA) and Richard Ernest Shearer (St. Thomas, PA), two sisters, Betty Louise Fittry (Green castle, PA) and Margaret Irene Reichard (Greencas tle. PA). She is survived by one brother, Joseph Wesley Shearer (Greencastle, PA), by her daughters: Dona D. Vaughn (Ron Raines), New York, NY, Faye Stine (Allen), Gainesville, FL, Linda Knaust (Peter), Bermuda Dunes, CA, Carol Flynn (David), Hudson, FL, Cheryl Elliott, Brooksville, FL, ten grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, three step-great-grandchildren, and one step-great-greatgrandchild. Burial took place at Brooksville Cemetery on May 19. The family requests that be made in the deceaseds memory to the Sertoma Speech & Hearing Foundation, Inc., 6333 River Road, New Port Richey, FL 34652 or go to www.familyhearinghelp.org. Shirley May Bortle 94, of Deltona, Fl. formerly of Brooksville, passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. She is survived by 6 children, and many grand children. passed away on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. Src; Turner Alwardt Henry D. Jr., age 78, of Brooksville, passed away on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. Henry is survived by his wife, Virginia; 2 sons, Henry III and Frank; Daughters, Merrilee and and 9 great grandchildren. Funeral Service Saturday June 2, 2018 4:00 PM, at First Baptist Church of Hudson 7009 Hudson Ave Hudson, FL 34667. Src; Downing Fletcher Jan, age 79, of Brooksville, passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. She is survived by her daughters: Marion, Kim and Louise; 7 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at 11:00am, Saturday, June 9, 2018 at Living Word Fellowship Church. Src; Merritt Powers James R., Jr., age 70, passed away Wednes day, May 23, 2018. He was a US Army Veteran. James is survived by his wife Rachel; 2 sons, James (Gabriella) and Michael (Jennifer); 5 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren. Src; Brewer Jelen George E., age 86, of Spring Hill, passed away on Wednesday, May 23, 2018. He was a US Army Veteran. George was preceded by his parents and wife Jill Jelen. George is survived by his loving partner, Shirley Babeck, his children; Diane (Elliott), Susan, and Thomas (Jen nifer); and 7 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. Src; Brewer passed away on Thursday, May 24, 2018. He was a United State Army Veteran. Boyd is survived by his wife Judith; son Boyd B. (Sheri); daughter Julie (Steve); and 4 grandchildren. Src; Merritt McCarty Andrew Thom as, age 55 of Spring Hill, Screenwriters & Authors Meeting You are invited to meet with local writers on Saturdays at 2:00 p.m. You do not have to be a published author to par ticipate. We share ideas, learn techniques and help each other. For more information email: msnachin@hotmail. 5768; email: helisestamos@ gmail.com Spring Hill Garden Club needs Nonfood Vendors Nonfood vendors are needed for the Nature Coast Botanical Gardens Pathways in Nature fundraiser hosted by the Spring Hill Garden Club and AMC Pavers June go toward Pathways in Nature, the Clubs installa tion of an accessible pathway through the Gardens. Contact 5813 by 15 May. Suncoast Harmony Chorus Sweet Adelines, Intl has just returned from a fabu Beach We were attending our annual convention and competition during which we performed two songs in front are so proud of our accom plishments and ready to return to regular rehearsals starting May 1st.. We are very interested in increasing ranges from low to high are welcome. No formal voice training or the ability to read music is required. Remember we are REAL FUN. Come visit us at Salishan Gracious Retire For further information call passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018. Src; Brewer Faul Joan D., passed away on Thursday, May 24, 2018. Src; Turner Woodbury Leonie R., passed away on Thursday, May 24, 2018. Src; Turner McNabb Jimmy G., age 87 of Brooksville, passed away Friday, May 25, 2018. He was an Air Force Veter an. Jimmy is survived by his 9 children; and many great-grandchildren. Src; Brewer Delorme Francis, age 84 of Spring Hill, passed away Friday, May 25, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Kathy. Src; Brewer Nystrand Danny Robert, age 68, of Spring Hill, passed away on Fri day, May 25, 2018. He is survived by his wife Pamella; Daughters, Dacie (Timothy), Dana (Paul); son, Danny (Stephany); 7 grandchildren, and 1 great grandson. Src; Turner Duke Cheryl K., passed away on Friday, May 25, 2018. Src; Turner Sereda John J., passed away on Saturday, May 26, 2018. Src; Turner Patrick J. Sedicino was born on December 1, 1953 and passed away on May 27, 2018. Turner Paul Donald Howard was born on January 23, 1936 and passed away on May 30, 2018. Turner MERRILL, Violet June, 91, of Leesburg, Florida, passed away Sunday, May 27, 2018 at Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care. She was born June 11, 1926 in Waukesha, Wisconsin and came to the Leesburg area 32 years ago. She worked as a Bakery Manager for Kohls Department Store and was of the Protestant faith. Merritt Gifts from Home, Inc.needs items for service men and women. Monetary donations are also welcome to defray the cost of postage. Here are some Wrapped hard candy, chew ing gum, bubble gum bottled water Sugar & non-dairy creamer packs Peanut butter, jelly in plastic Cookies, crackers, cereal & food bars, Tuna, chicken, salmon, sardines in pouch or can Small canned food items with pop tops Beef jerky & Slim Jims Instant oatmeal & cream of wheat Ramon noodles, canned soup with pop tops Small games, balloons & festive items Paper, pencils, crayons, coloring books shampoo, shower gel, Q-tips & wipes Fine Arts Council Meetings Hernando County Fine Arts Council would like to invite the public to our meet ings on the 2nd. Thursday every month at Brooksville City Hall,201 Howell Ave. Council Chambers at 5:30 age, support and promote all of the creative arts and assist in bringing these arts to the hernandoarts.org or e-mail com. For more informa tion, contact Jan Knowles

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OPINION June 1 7, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 19 MORE GOOFY STUFF... Preventing school massacres is not primarily about guns Traditional Realist DR. WILLIAM HOLLAND People who pull the trigger, stab, others-kill. The blaming of guns for mass killing is an absurd cover up of a society that is going down a path of evil. Gods word and com mandments are being shunned in our schools and media. Being per verted, criminal, illegal, hedonistic Our public schools are danger ous places of indoctrination that sexual, alienated, dull youngsters who are confused, frightened, bul lies or predators. Most students are only numbers that are not seen as people who have to be nurtured. Instead they are treated by bureaucratic school person nel as prisoners who need to be controlled. This prison mentality is evident in the design of massive buildings that wall them in rather than provide a welcoming, warm, safe environment. When these youngsters get home, many spend hours watch ing violent video games, movies and television programing. Our culture of violence has spread to Facebook and Twitter with vicious put downs and cyber bullying. Often there is no parent or family member to teach moral values and discuss the childs school is sues that may have arisen. Meals with the entire family are no longer even expected. Whatever adult is there is harried to give the children showers and put them to bed with little to no sharing of experiences. Thus children spend little time with their parents to learn almost anything from them. The negative behavior of the child is usually rationalized away instead of being solved. The underlying anger and pathetic thinking patterns remain. The child becomes a potential tick ing time bomb who uses whatever destructive weapon he has to get his way. Texas school shooter, Dimitrius Pozountzes posted on Facebook, born to kill. He incessantly pur went to school bringing not only a shotgun and pistol but also IED bombs to vent his anger. He killed a Santa Fe school. The weapons are not the cause of the outbursts of this disturbed 17 year-olds explosive anti social behavior but instead were directly related to his mental state. There are many serious de structive cultural forces that must be reversed to return to a more stable, law abiding, God fear ing nation. Our Judaic-Christian value system needs to be revived in our schools, churches, and homes. The American people passive absorbers of the medias trashy immoral anti social values. The abortion pipeline should be dismantled as it demeans and destroys life. Parents need to return to the home as the ultimate childs moral values and spiritual trainer, not sit on the sidelines as a self absorbed, immature ado lescent. These parents need to children to be functioning adults. Finally our education system has to be revamped from top to bottom. Schools need to be decentralized to give back con trol and power of the schools to local leaders. This would provide better utilization of public money to establish smaller, more person al schools. These more intimate schools can teach character and academics better than one-sizeRemembering those who gave all A while ago I discovered butter is cutting corners. I unwrapped a stick of sweet salted and found that I couldnt use the wrapper to hold it; I had to get my the stick around to place the stick I need butter right then for cooking, and if the cornerless side is down, So, are they saving molds? Im pretty sure thats whats going on. Pennies add up, you know. with Christopher Reeve used to be perfectly cubic in its rectangular form. Now I wonder: where do I cut through the package to get a full tablespoon? And other brands are even worse! Minute Rice has infuriat ed me for a few long-agos, now. It used to be that I could indeed add a cup of rice to a cup of boiling wa I had perfect rice. Now I have to contin minutes or more to get the grains tender; otherwise theyll stick in my esopha gus and hurt like Im having a heart attack. What manu facturing procedure did they skip to save pennies? Lately Ive noticed that my favorite bread has a lot more holes. Are they using the same amount of yeast but less their toast last week and dis covered that some of it had drained through and coated the plate with what looked like yellow raindrops. I think stockholders have cerning quality. Peaches taste like pulp cardboard, celery has veins you could twist into rope, and the edges of poptarts are getting wider with less actually construction paper thin and shrinks to a brittle bit of dark brown in the middle of the plate when cooked according to the instructions for the micro cooked slowly, anyway, in a frying pan with constant at The reason all this comes to mind is because the other day I replaced an outlet in my wifes art room, and I decided to buy everything new. I cut the old wires, stripped the ends of insu lation, wrestled them into the new sockets, removed the link for the split circuit, secured the receptacle with the two screws, and promptly cracked the new cover plate with one too many turns of the screw that way for years, but I didnt know, and so I tossed the old plate the day before plastic replacing wood and replacing sturdy plastic? of that is water bottles You cant grip them anymore. You have to hold them by letting the weight of the thing hang from your and squish water up through your nose. But mainly right now, butter is what really gets my jowls in a grind. GOOFY STUFF By VINCENT CARDEGIN Memorial means to re member and every year on the last Monday in May, we honor those who sacrificed their lives in the line of active military service. On Memori al Day we stop and pay our respect to the ones who were willing to stand in the gap between freedom and tyran ny! The First Amendment was not only signed into existence with ink but with the blood of over 1.1 million Americans that have died in U.S. wars along with many more that have suffered from physical and mental difficulties. Over the years, numerous families have suffered loss from war including my own and we have a deep appreciation for the men and women that have served to protect our country. My uncle, Kenny Maye was killed in Korea and I have his tags, casket flag and a rare picture of him. He was only 20 years old in 1950 and his body was never found. Sadly, his existence is nearly unknown and I often wonder about the life he could have had. We are only a few miles from Camp Nelson National Cemetery and from the high way you can see many rows of the over twelve thousand perfectly lined white marble tombstones. At times Ive often driven past without hardly thinking about how each of these individuals at one time or another accept ed the call of duty. And what is that call? To defend and protect our liberties whatev er the cost! Each one of those brave soldiers was willing to give their life for their country and many did. It is said All gave some and some gave all. Truly, the cost of freedom is beyond the imagination. In March 1775, Patrick Henry said, I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death. I am convinced this is the heart cry of all the heroes that have given their lives for our country. Here is a story about a World War II hero whose name was Lieutenant Com mander Butch OHare. He was a fighter pilot assigned to the aircraft carrier Lexington in the South Pacific and on February 20, 1942 his entire squadron was sent on a mis sion. After he was airborne, he looked at his fuel gauge and realized that someone had forgotten to top off his fuel tank. He would not have enough fuel to complete his mission and get back to his ship. His flight leader gave him a direct order for him to return to the carrier. Reluc tantly, he dropped out of for mation and headed back. As he was returning to the ship he saw something that turned his blood cold. A squadron of Japanese aircraft were speeding their way toward the aircraft carrier which was de fenseless. He couldnt reach his squadron and bring them back in time to save the fleet, So, there was only one thing to do. He must somehow di vert their attention away from the ship. Laying aside all thoughts of this probably being his last moments, he aggres sively dove into the forma tion of Japanese planes. Wing-mounted 50 caliber machine guns blazed as he charged in, attacking one surprised enemy plane and William F. Holland Jr., DD., C.ED.D. is a Christian minister, chaplain, and author. Discover more about his ministry at billyhollandministries.com can be contacted at P.O. Box 1394, Nicholasville, KY 40340 Butter Corners Domenick Maglio, PhD. is a columnist carried by various newspapers, an author of several books and owner/ director of Wider Horizons School, a college prep program. Dr. Maglio has a new book, available on Amazon and other sites, entitled, IN CHARGE PARENTING. You can visit Dr. Maglio at www.drmaglio.blogspot.com. tiary style warehouses of children and adolescents. The gun control move ment is nothing more than a ridiculous frontal attack on the Second Amend ment. Remove all the guns and the same crim to kill innocent people. The current out-of-con trol stabbings in London, IEDs and suicide bomb ers throughout the Middle East, mass murder by vehicle, chemical attacks and many other innova tions accomplish mass killings without a gun. The simplistic and nave thought process of public school adolescents be lieving guns are the main and only culprit of massa cres can be understood. However, when so-called sophisticated, progressive politicians and their media cohorts proclaim this idea, there has to be another reason. They are at tempting to persuade the American people that our ed by selecting certain vi olent incidents to highlight while burying others. The DimitriosTexas incident deadly weapons and no who was not on any ones radar. His violent explosive behavior could not be easily attributed to guns. Furthermore he came from a community and state where guns are a necessary and normal part of life for protection and food. There would be little to no community support for the illogical in dictment that guns cause these incidents. This story was buried. The magic pill of abolishing the Second Amendment will do noth ing to lower mass killings but will do everything to grease the skids for elevating a dictatorship or a full blown totalitarian nation. Remember what happened in Venezue la 2012 when Chavez banned private gun own ership. See HOLLAND, Page 20

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then another. OHare was weaving in and out of the now broken formation and fired at as many planes as possible until all his ammunition was finally spent. Howev er he did not stop there. He continued the assault, diving at the fighters, trying to clip a wing or tail in hopes of damaging as many enemy planes as possible. Suddenly, the Japanese squadron headed off in another direction which was nothing less than a miracle. Deeply re lieved, Butch OHare and his damaged plane somehow made it back to the carrier. Upon arrival, the film from the gun-camera mounted on his plane told the tale. It clearly revealed his daring attempt to protect his fleet. He had in fact destroyed five enemy aircraft. For this hero ic act Butch became the Navys first Ace of World War II, and the first Naval aviator to win the Congressional Medal of Honor. Sadly, a year later Mr. OHare was killed in another aerial bat tle at the age of 29. His hometown would not allow the memory of this war hero to fade, and today the OHare International Airport in Chicago is named as an honor to the courage of this brave man. 20 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 1 7, 2018 BUSINESS & COMMUNITY HOLLAND All proceeds will benefit NAMI Hernando and Vincent Academy Adventure Coast.SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 2018COCKTAILS: 5:00 P .M. | DINNER: 6:00 P .M. | SHOWTIME: 7:00 P .M. HELD AT THE: HERITAGE PINES CLUBHOUSE11524 Scenic Hills Boulevard | Hudson, Florida 34667 DISTINGUISHED PERFORMERS:Kevin Carroll, Hernando County Fire Department Lisa Judge, Primoris Distribution Services Karen Dove, Dove Dream Developers Christie Williams, Hernando County Parks & Recreation Pasco Hernando State College StudentsCHOREOGRAPHED BY: JOHN VINCENT LEGGIOTICKETS: $75.00Order online at: www.flnamihernando.org or call 352-684-0004 Paving The Way To Quality Outdoor Living Spaces THICK PAVERS | THIN PAVERS PERMEABLE PAVERS | FIRE PITS COPING | RETAINING WALLS Find out why Flagstone Pavers are simply the best. www.FlagstonePavers.com call (352) 799 -7933 Freedom Cream/Beige Custom Pattern Freedom Cream/Orange/Pewter Custom Pattern Frontier Terra Cotta Custom Pattern Freedom Cream/Beige Custom Pattern Freedom Cream/Orange/Pewter Custom Pattern Frontier Terra Cotta Custom Pattern Get educated at: Airborne Cinematographer David Alan Arnold made his start in Hernando County By ROCCO MAGLIO HERNANDO SUN WRITER Hernando County has produced a number of great people who have gone on to do great things. Airborne Cinematogra started out in Hernando County, graduating from He went on to become an Airborne Cinematogra pher for major television events including The Series and Survivor. He even won an Emmy for est Catch. He started his Holly wood career with a broom in his hand. He rose from Airborne Cinematog tale and others in his new book. titled Help From Above, He puts his aerial photog raphy skills to use giving back to the community. The book is available on "Help From Above: How I went from Sweeping the Floor to Painting the Sky In addition to writing documentaries. His latest features 8K Cinematog raphy. For more information, visit https://www.ama Sweeping-Floor-Painting/ dp/1732138702/ http://davidalanarnold. com/ ABOVE: Airborne Cinematographer David Alan Arnold. LEFT: A copy of the over of his book "Help From Above." Unit 186 in Brooksville recently presented Mary ots with a check for $250.00, as well as Thank You For Your Service mugs to members of their current training class. erans and active military a second chance at life by honoring and empowering those with Post Traumatic and caring for their own service dog. Additional information is available at https:// Auxiliary Supports K-9 Partners for Patriots Pictured from left are: Lynda Anderson, Auxiliary Mary Peter and Joanne Holobinka, Auxiliary Chap lain,


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