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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! UPTOWN ART GALLERY The Brooksville gallery is celebrating its 20th year. SPORTS Bleacher Talk Play by Play See BRINZO, Page 15 YOUR WEEKLY LOCAL NEWSPAPER June 814, 2018 Volume IV, Issue X hernandosun.com Suggested Retail 75 THE Hernando Sun Hernando Sun Page 14 88 HIGH LOW 73 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 Ruth Brinzo EASY KIDS DRINK 16 A colorful drink for kids on Fourth of July IN MEMORIAM BY MICHELLE ELIZABETH SALAZAR HERNANDO SUN WRITER A Memorial Mass for Ruth Thomasine Brinzo (08/05/1946 10/15/2017) was held at St. Theresa Catholic Church in Spring Hill on Friday, May 18, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. with placement at Florida Hills Memorial Gardens immediately after the service. Ms. Brinzo was a beloved retired math and computer science teacher in the county. When service information was announced on social media, many of her former students posted cher ished stories, memories and condolences. Ruth T. Brinzo lived in Weeki Wachee and was employed with Hernando County Schools from 1968 to 1999. Most of her career was at West Hernando Middle School. She also taught at 12 See STATE, Page 12 SPORTS by JOE CARLINO HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHERYL CLANTON Last week in Fort Myers, the Florida High School Ath because the Nature Coast Sharks were one of the teams 5A regional championship, the entire team knew the real battles were coming up. pointment. At Hammond Stadium, the home of the Minnesota Twins in Spring Training and the Fort Myers Miracle in the JP Gates pitching during the May 16, 2018 Region Semifinal against Bish op Moore. See PTSD, Page 2 by SARAH NACHIN, STAFF WRITER A lthough many people associate Post Traumatic Stress Dis order (PTSD) with veterans, this debilitating condition can occur a traumatic experience. It could be a young child who has been verbally sexually assaulted, a student who has witnessed a mass shooting or a vet eran who has returned from combat duty. PTSD can happen to anyone. It is not a sign of weakness. A number of factors, many of which are not un der that person's control, can increase the chance that someone will develop PTSD. The statistics, just in the United States, are staggering. About 7 or 8 out of every 100 people will have PTSD at some point in their lives. About 8 million adults have PTSD June is PTSD Awareness Month See VALS & SALS, Page 13 Hernando County's 2018 Valedictorians and Salutatorians Top Row, From Le to Right: Ashley Banas, Spring Hill Christian Academy; Joseph Masot ti, Springstead High School; Trista Whiteaker, Weeki Wachee High School; Magnolia Harper, Faith Christian Academy; Nicholas Volmer, Central High School; Bottom Row, From Le to Right: Alison Pager, Hernando High School; Hannah Lindsey Chua and Keryth Rowland, Wider Horizons School; Not pictured: Olivia Schlum, Nature Coast Technical High School Ashley Banas Joseph Masotti Trista Whiteaker Magnolia Harper Nicholas Vollmer Alison Pager Hannah Lindsey Chua Keryth Rowland The 2018 crop of Hernando County's valedictorians and salutatorians will continue their studies in a wide range of areas including law philosophy, nursing, computer animation, mathematics, english education, biomedical and mechanical engineering. Most will remain within the State of Florida to continue their education, but a few will attend out of state colleges: Boston University, Liberty University in Virginia and Bob Jones University in South Carolina. Paul and his service dog, Hans bond at K9 Partners for Patriots in Brooksville.

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2 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 LOCAL & STATE See S2S, Page 4 HOW TO READ YOUR MAILING : Editor, Publisher : 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 News Desk 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 814, 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 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. **********************************CAR-RT LOT **R 084 0048A24 46P 17T XXXXX 34TH ST 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. Revisions to come for Reclaimed Water Master Plan, Septic to Sewer project tabled for now by LISA MACNEIL HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER A workshop was held on June 5, 2018 for the Board of County Commis sioners (BOCC) to consid er the development of a Reclaimed Water Master Plan (RWMP) and hear updates on the status of the Septic to Sewer (S2S) project. Three members of the board decided to revise the RWMP and not support the S2S project due to high cost and un certain funding. Commis not present at the meeting. The Reclaimed Wa ter Master Plan project is co-funded by the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD), with the purpose of outlining the policies and objectives for reuse of reclaimed water this product. During the workshop, the results of the research performed were presented and input was given by the BOCC to re-examine current ordinances and revisions to the master plan. The Reclaimed Water Master Plan project is a partnership with the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD), with SWFWMD paying 50%. Multiple options for reuse are being considered, according to Hernando County Utility Director Gordon Onderdonk. The county is is looking for the best environmental solution -with geograph ical features of the county being considered. Onderdonk noted that western part of the county, and water streams under ground toward the Gulf of Mexico, versus having the water sit a few feet beneath the surface. According to Onder donk, reclaiming water was almost built out responsibility is to get rid of the water and when that Flooding concerns in Brooksville during a given year. About 10 of every 100 women develop this syndrome sometime in their lives compared with about 4 of every 100 men. These statistics do not even count the friends, family and loved ones who are impacted by someone who has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder the wife who doesnt understand why her husband is always angry, the child who won ders why his mother never wants to leave the house or the people who mourn when a friend commits suicide. Among veterans, the statistics of reported and diagnosed PTSD are alarming. According to the Department of Veter Gulf War veterans have PTSD in a given year. The National Vietnam Veterans Readjustment Study of the late 1980s found that about 15 out of every 100 Vietnam veterans were diagnosed with PTSD. It is estimated that about 30% of Vietnam veterans have had PTSD in their lifetime. A Smithsonian Magazine article in July 2015 stated that psychological surveys suggest some 271,000 vet erans of the Vietnam War may have had full Post Traumatic Stress Disorder at that time. The number of people who have unrecog nized symptoms and are not treated are probably a lot higher. According to Dennis Brown, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works closely with veterans suf fering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, there are many symptoms of this condition. Not everyone will experience all the symptoms. Re-experiencing or reliving the traumatic event, which can occur in a variety of ways: memories, avoiding situations or things that remind them of the traumatic event, for example crowded or unfamiliar places. Others may have frequent nega tive thoughts, feeling sad or numb, guilt, self-blame, decreased interest in ac tivities, isolation. Irrita bility or aggression, risky or destructive behavior, hypervigilance-constant ly being aware of their surroundings, height ened startle reaction (for the holidays can be a very sleeping, Brown states. Ron Flaville, a Marine Corps and Army veteran served almost seventeen years in the military and two tours of duty in the Middle East during Oper ation Iraqi Freedom. He is one of the thousands of PTSD and, like many oth ers, did not realize that he See PTSD, Page 6 PTSD Lisa and her service dog Gunner during a training session at K9 Partners for Patriots BY ROCCO MAGLIO HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER The area around where Croom meets US-41 in when it rains. There are roads in the Clover Leaf Farms Community that are covered by water. Kitty-corner at Lakeside Mobile Manor the lake approaches the mobile homes after a good rain. In between these two devel opments sits the Milk-AWay Farms property. Much of the land is currently wet and some is within an A / If the property is prop erly developed it may alleviate many of these accounted for issues could be exacerbated. One of the issues is that the area around the poten tial Milk-A-Way Farms de velopment has clay soil so much of the water winds being absorbed into the ground. When the lake on the Lakeside Mobile Manor property begins to ap proach the mobile homes, a culvert under 41 to the Milk-A-Way property. Water drains to this low lying area from many of the uphill properties towards downtown Brooks ville. Milk-A-Way Farms is a 440 acre property. The current plan is to build up to 999 dwelling units and 50,000 square feet of This development will by bringing shopping, res idents, adding students to the schools, and changing Farms property, just north of Cloverleaf Opportunities to learn about candidates/amendments 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 Rights, Property Many of these Amendments will be covering you prepared to make informed decisions on these votes? Do you want to be? 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 Hernando County and give them the opportunity to speak one on one in a family friendly atmosphere. A portion of the net proceeds will be donated to the Chamber Education Training Association (CETA). The July 21, 2018 meeting of the Nature Coast 912 Group will have two guest speakers. They are: Richard A. Harrison: He serves as the Executive Director of "Floridians for a Sensible Voting Rights Policy, Inc". Richard is an accomplished lawyer specializing in the area of city, county, and local government law. Richard is frequently consulted by the media on matters re lating to local government issues in the news, and has written and spoken extensively on local gov of law and on the Board of Overseers for Stetson University College of Law. Hernando County Commissioner...Dist #4 running for re-election will also be one of our speakers Date: July 21, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM Locataion:Praise Family Worship Center 17920 Meridian Blvd. Hudson, Fl Draft Weeki WacheeBasin Management Action Plan (BMAP), December 2017 Page 11of 102Figure ES-1. Weeki WacheeBMAP, springshed,and PFA boundariesNitrogen Source Identification, Required Reductions, and Options To Achieve ReductionsDEP set nitrate water quality restoration targets of 0.28 milligrams per liter (mg/L) for Weeki Wachee Spring and Weeki Wachee Riverthrough adoption of total maximum daily loads (TMDLs)in 2014. DEP set nitrate water quality restoration targets of 0.23 mg/L for Magnolia-Aripeka Springs Group; Wilderness-Mud-Salt Springs Group; and Jenkins Creek Springthrough adoption of TMDLs in 2016.Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems (OSTDSor septic systems; the terms are used interchangeably throughout this document) represent 30% of the nitrogen loading to groundwater, agriculture 27 %, and urban turfgrass fertilizer(UTF)22% of the total loadingto groundwaterbased on DEP's analysis conducted using the Nitrogen Source Inventory Loading Tool (NSILT). The entire Weeki Wachee Springshed Basin Management Action Plan Area. Septic to Sewer conversions for districts springshed contains 19 districts AS.

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FULGIUM, JODI D YOB: 1977 CHARGES: BATTERY ON LEO/OTHER OF FICER, RESIST OFFI CER WITH VIOLENCE, TRESPASS OTHER THAN STRUCTURE OR CONVEYANCE Arrested at: 05/30/2018, 08:43, 11430 CAMP MINE RD, BROOKS VILLE, FL, 34601 Arrest Summary: On 5/30/18, I was dispatched to the Cemex mine area in reference to the defen dant Jodi Fulgium illegally entering onto the Cemex property by passing multiple "No Trespass" signs and a fence. The defendant then fell or slid down into the dirt mine area where she was located by a Cemex worker. The defendant then entered into a Ce mex bulldozer Upon my arrival, I attempted to get the defendant to exit the bulldozer by talking to her and instructing her that I had Hernando County Fire Rescue right outside of the bulldozer to check her out and make sure that she was okay. The defendant started to get very argumentative and aggressive at which point she kicked me (Deputy Karrin Harp) in the chest multiple times. I then attempted to detain the defendant at which point the defendant grabbed my hair as I attempted to gain control of her left arm/wrist area before attempting to get a hold of her right arm/wrist area. Once the defen dant released my hair, I stepped back and a wait ed for Hernando County Fire Rescue to arrive on scene at which point two of the Hernando County Fire Rescue personal climbed up to the cab of the bulldozer with me. The defendant started to kick, swing her arms, and pull away from the three of us at which point one of the Hernando County Fire Rescue personal was able secure her feet, as another secured her left arm, and I secured her right arm behind her back. The whole time the defendant was pulling away and attempting to hit us. The three of us then assisted her on ex iting the bulldozer. Upon exiting the bulldozer the defendant was secured into a Hernando County Fire Rescue, rescue tarp. The defendant was transported by Hernando County Fire Rescue to Bayfront Health Brooks ville. Once the defen dant was at Bayfront Health Brooksville she was placed under arrest and once cleared she was transported to the Hernando County Jail. The defendant is being held on a total bond of date of 6/26/18, at 0900 hours, in courtroom B) === JOHNSTON, JAMES ERIC YOB: 1972 CHARGES: AGGRA VATED ASSAULT LEO, CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, RESIST/OBSTR OFFI CER W/O VIOL, TRES PASS IN STRUCTURE/ CONVEY Arrested at: 05/30/2018, 15:11, SWAN LN, SPRING HILL, FL, 34608 Arrest Summary: The defendant was advised of the trespass warning and the consequences should he not adhere to said trespass warn ing. The defendant was asked if he understood the trespass warning but would not verbally or physically acknowledge. The defendant began to ball both his left and right are three of you." The defendant then requested to make a phone call to obtain a ride. The defen dant placed his phone on a workbench located in the garage. The defen dant starred at this writer, then Deputy Hyler, and then Deputy Jones. The defendant began towards the door leading into the residence when he stopped, turned, and pulled out a pock et knife from his right pocket. The defendant while stating, "Aint noth ing but three of ya, we're gonna have a party." As all three deputies took a tactical position and ordered the defendant to drop the knife, the defen dant entered the door to his left which led to the interior of the residence. As the door was closing the defendant advised, "Today is my day to die, come and get me." The defendant refused to come out of the residence after being requested several times. The defendant yelled numerous times that he wanted to die. The defen dant advised he wanted law enforcement to enter the home and stated, "I want to die, don't you wanna die?" The defen dant stated he was going to destroy the residence at which time loud bang ing noises were heard from inside the residence. As other units arrived on scene, the defendant was ordered numerous times to exit the resi dence which he refused. Entry was made into the residence at which time he was ordered to drop the knife and get on the ground. The defendant ran towards a bedroom when he was ordered to drop the knife, at which time he threw the knife ant observed two walls in the residence which were damaged due to being punched and stabbed by the knife which was in the defendant's posses sion. Estimated damage, The defendant was taken into custody and trans ported to the Hernando County Jail. === HARRIS, LAURA ANNE YOB: 1988 CHARGES: AGG BAT TERY Arrested at: 05/31/2018, 16:01, LAKEFRONT DR, BROOKSVILLE, FL Arrest Summary: On 05/30/2018 while at the residence of (her moth er), the defendant, Laura Harris and her mother Patricia Harris, got into a verbal altercation which became physical. The defendant began knock ing items over within the victim's residence. The defendant grabbed a white ceramic dinner plate and swung it into the right side of Patricia's face causing the plate to shatter. Due to the plate shattering against Pa tricia's face, it caused a one inch laceration above Patricia's right eyebrow. The defendant made a spontaneous statement while on scene that "I had to put my mom down, I'm not gonna deal with her disrespecting me." The incident was witnessed by a neighbor who called law enforcement for the victim in this case. The defendant was taken into custody and transported to Hernando County Jail where she was turned without incident. The defendant was given a no bond status due to the domestic nature of this case. JACOBSEN, JERAD YOB: 1987 CHARGES: CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, DISORDER LY INTOXICATION Arrested at: 06/02/2018, 21:14, 205 E FORT DADE AVE, BROOKS VILLE, FL, 34601 Arrest Summary: On 06-02-2018, I was dis patched to the Hernando Park located at 205 E Fort Dade Avenue, in reference to a verbal disturbance which was criminal mischief. Upon my arrival, I immediately observed all of the parks garbage cans to be laying on their sides in which garbage was spread all over the entire park. I also observed one of the wooden garbage can holders to be lying on its side, in which it appeared that the wooden planks observed the defendant (Jerad Jacobsen) to be of the park, in which he was screaming at a large were playing tennis. I then request the defen dant walk over to me, in which he was unable to do so due to almost June 814, 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 6/11/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 6/12/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 ings 6/12/2018 11AM Informal 2PM workshop 6 PM Regular Room 919 North Broad Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Location 201 HOWELL AVENUE, BROOKS VILLE, FL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, III COUNCIL CHAMBERS Contact City Clerk 352540-3816 Tuesday, June 19, 2018, 5:00PM 6:00PM 6/19/2018 1:00 PM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 Thursday, June 21, 2018, 5:15PM 6/19/2018 1:00 PM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 6/26/2018 9:00 AM Government Center John Law Ayers Room 20 N. Main Street Brooksville, FL 34601 HCSO ALERT Underage Alcohol Sales and Compliance Checks On 05-31-18, undercover detec tives with the Hernando County pliance Checks and Alcohol Buys at various locations throughout Hernando County. A total of 10 convenience stores were visited throughout the evening. At the conclusion of the operation, eight clerks did not permit the sale of alcoholic beverages to the under age customer, successfully following the law. Two businesses did allow the underage customer to purchase an alcoholic beverage, a violation of the Florida Beverage Law, F.S.S. 562.11. In lieu of being charged, the of fenders agree to attend a Promoting Retailers Education Program which is administered by the Hernando County Community Anti-Drug Coalition. This program reinforces the importance of responsible alco hol and tobacco sales and service, reviews Florida beverage laws, and demonstrates practices on how to prevent alcohol sales to underage persons. Stores in VIOLATION (allowed the sale of alcohol to underage per son) were as follows: Country Express 10455 N. Broad Street, Brooksville Street, Brooksville. Stores in COMPLIANCE (did not allow the sale of alcohol to under age person) were as follows: Circle K 16129 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville Country Food 101 Ponce De Leon Boulevard, Brooksville Shop & Save Discount Bev erage 251 Ponce De Leon Boule vard, Brooksville RaceTrac 9410 Cortez Boulevard, Spring Hill son Street, Brooksville 7-Eleven 15310 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville RaceTrac 16129 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville Beverage 50 Liquor 16370 Cortez Boulevard, Brooksville. More operations of this nature are planned for the future. Robbery and Attempted Sexual Battery Bridgewater Club Apartment Complex Submitted by the Hernando County Sheri's Oce Entrance to Bridgewater Club Apartments On 06-02-18 at approximately 2:10 a.m., Hernando County deputies were called to the Bridgewater Club Apartment complex regarding a Robbery and Attempted Sexual Battery that had just occurred. Preliminary investigation reveals that a fe male resident was walking to her apartment, from another location within the complex, when she was attacked. e victim told deputies that while she was walking, she was approached by a black male, in his early 30's, wearing a red shirt and unknown type/color pants. e male began making small talk with the victim. e two spoke briey before the victim said goodbye and continued on her way. Moments later, the suspect ran up behind the victim and knocked her to the ground. e suspect attempted to sexually batter the victim. e victim began screaming loudly, causing the suspect to ee the area on foot. Before running away, the suspect took the victim's cell phone. e investigation is still active and uid. As details are veried, that will not compro mise the investigation, additional informa tion will be provided. If you have any information on this case, please contact detective Chris Kra at the Hernando County Sheri's Oce 352-7546830. If you would like to remain anonymous Please call Hernando County Crime Stop pers at 1-866-990-TIPS (8477) or submit your tip via the internet at http://www. hernandocountycrimestoppers.com You will remain anonymous and also be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 cash! falling multiple times. Upon speaking with the defendant, I detected a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage to be emanating from his person and I observed his speech to be slurred and his eyes to be bloodshot. Upon asking the defen dant what he was doing at the park, he stated, "I don't know what's going on anymore". The defen dant then advised that he was in fact the one who threw garbage all over the park while he was damaging the garbage can holder. Upon asking the defendant why he did this, he stated, "I've drink". Contact was then made with the large group of people playing tennis in the park, who the defen dant was yelling at. They advised that they were playing tennis, when the defendant began acting completely irrational, throwing the parks gar bage cans all over the place. They advised the defendant then continued by slamming one of the garbage can holders on the ground and ripping it. They further advised that the defendant then proceeded to the west side of the park at which time he began kicking the metal fence, causing damage to one of the fence panels and to one of the gates. One of the cident on his phone which he then provided to me. further stated that the where they were playing tennis, at which time he began screaming at their children while he at fence to the tennis court. The adults of the group advised that they then in tervened after seeing how intoxicated the defendant was, in which they did not want him around their children. I was also able to observe the damage to the fence in which one of the panels and one of the gates was bent. Contact was again made with the defendant in which post Miranda, he admitted to also kicking the fence and the gate. Contact had not yet been made with the City of Brooksville in reference to the damage, however upon completing a check online, I observed the fence panels to cost the metal gate to cost and the wooden garbage can holder to cost approx imately defendant was placed un der arrest and transported to the Hernando County Jail without incident. The defendant was charged with 1 count of criminal mischief and 1 count of disorderly intoxication. The defendant was issued a combined bond and given a court date of 07-06-18 at 0900 hours in Courtroom C of the Hernando County Court house. FULGIUM JOHNSTON HARRIS Deputies rescue man stranded on buoy in Florida's Tampa Bay TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Deputies say a man they found stranded on a buoy in Florida's Tampa Bay had jumped out of his friend's boat when its battery died and he became nervous. helicopter shows divers rescuing the man Sunday night roughly 3 miles (6 kilometers) north of Beer Can Island. how to swim and wasn't wearing a life jacket. Deputies say in a statement the man's friend had called 911 to report that he'd leapt from the boat and climbed the buoy. LA-TV the helicopter discovered the man clinging to the buoy using a forward-looking infrared camera. Neither man was injured. Deputies didn't provide their names. ___ Information from: WFLA-TV, http://www.wa.com/

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4 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 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 to Hernando Sun Publ PO Box 12203 Brooksville, FL 34603 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:______________ rfntb br rfrn tbrbrrfn rntrtntb tt rn ntrttrnt ttttnt trnttfbb bb nnnt nn nttnttt ttnt Florida man found incompetent stunned aer eeing trial FLORIDA MAN TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) A Florida man has been subdued with a stun gun after running out of a courtroom when he was found incompetent to stand trial. Shonda Knight tells the Tallahassee Democrat 41-year-old Michael Bair was not in custody before Tuesday's trial and was not placed in restraints before being found incompetent. He ran out of the courtroom upon being turned over to He was later found in a courthouse hallway, investigator. Deputies then used a stun gun to subdue him. Bair was originally charged with possession of ammunition by a convicted felon. He is now charged with resisting arrest without violence and additional charges are pending. It's unclear whether he has a lawyer. Information from: Tallahassee (Fla.) Democrat, http://www.tdo.com cant happen, it becomes a liability. Thats when the need to shunt water to reclamation areas arises. There is currently a reclaimed water line that runs the length of US Highway 19 from Glen Lakes to Timber Pines. A $13-million dollar exten sion would run the length of County Line Road, then northward to the Brooks ville Tampa-Bay Regional Airport (BKV). Other proposed piplines are: a connection from the US 19 pipeline to the planned Spring Center development, at a cost of $25-million, (due to the large number of clients it would serve), a route in Ridge Manor to serve the planned Sunrise develop ment at $1.2-million, and a short route from BKV to Anderson Snow Park $350,000. Another scenario involves linking all three major areas (Glen Lakes, Timber Pines, BKV) for $36-million. Commissioner Wayne Dukes asked if a better short term goal would be to prioritize golf courses to receive reclaimed water before developments and communities that havent been built yet. Several alternatives are being con sidered, including recharg ing the aquifer, residential irrigation and agricultural reuse. While costs were the most-discussed values, the reclaimed water routes will generate revenue. At present, the Timber Pines operation generates roughly $17,000 per month for 1.7-million gallons of reclaimed water. Currently in place is a county ordinance that limits the amount of water that can be reclaimed. This ordinance will need to be reviewed, along with planned routes in a regular meeting to be scheduled in August. S2S Project In 2016, the Florida Legislature passed the Florida Springs Protec tion Act. The act called for the creation of Basin Management Action Plans (BMAP) for major spring shed systems in the state. Each BMAP is created by the Florida Department of Environmental Protec tion with input from local governments. The purpose of the BMAP is to cre ate a roadmap for Total Maximum Daily Load or TMDL pollutant reduction. The main pollutant of con cern for the Weeki Wachee Springshed is nitrates and one of the major sources they found to contribute to groundwater nitrates is septic systems. The BMAP requires re ductions of nitrogen depos its into ground water in the Weeki Wachee springshed in designated areas. One of the projects listed on the BMAP for the Weeki Wachee Springshed is the $240,000 Septic to Sewer conversion studywhich has been completed. The study by Coastal Engineer ing, looks at the feasibility of converting 32,000 prop erties in the Weeki Wachee Springshed from septic to sewer in 19 districts (A-S). The total price of doing so, is estimated around $700 million. District A and B septic to sewer conversions from the conversion study have BMAP. Districts A and B are located just north of Weeki Wachee Springs. The price for complet ing both conversions is roughly $50 million. There are 900 septic systems to convert in District A and 1,310 septic systems to convert in District B. According to Onder donk, the Weeki Wachee [river] is impaired. The condition, known since 2016, sparked the BMAP in order to repair the springs feeding the river to restore the nitrate levels to acceptable levels within twenty years. Onderdonk remarked that 30% of the nitrogen levels are being contributed by septic sys tems. Another contributing contributing over 40%. The proposal is for all properties within the BMAP area (Districts A and B) of one acre or less convert to county sewer service. The area is shown as an irregular mapping, with a northernmost border at Centralia Ave, points west of US Highway 19, and eastward to US High way 41. It extends south to County Line road, into Pasco county. The next question is money. While turning existing septic customers over to sewer, the county does gain paying custom of the project. The chart shown de picted credits, rather than actual dollar amounts for several projects that could reduce the nitrate count of the Weeki Wachee. By im plementing a certain proj ect, the county is awarded a number of credits by FDEP. Commissioner John Allocco asked Onderdonk, Is someone actually measuring that it does what it says, or is it playing a government game to see who gets the most points? Onderdonk responded that the resulting metrics are highly theoretical. The actual cost of the conversion project (for distircts A and B) would be $50-million, estimated to cost $22,000 per home. The state of Florida would pay 50%, with Southwest Florida Water Manage ment District (SWFWMD) paying 25% of the balance. Hernando County would pay the remaining 25%. What happens if we dont do this at all? BOCC Chairman Steve Champion asked. Champi on, seeing the project as an expansion of government, reiterated all the positive points cited earlier about Hernando Countys soil, tion. He went on to say, This is not a health con cern. There is just some green in the spring. State Representative Blaise Ingoglia was at the meeting, and spoke about the legislation at the root of the discussion. Accord ing to Ingoglia, the 75% funding available currently may decrease in the future, leaving some taxpayers with a higher assessment than others. Statewide, the conversions are expected to cost up to $1-billion. We have to solve this problem. The challenge is that we have a piece of legis lation that was writ ten in 2016, with an implementation date of 24 months its causing havoc in the marketplace. It will be a huge, massive tax in crease on homeowners throughout the state, Ingoglia remarked. Commissioner John Allocco concurred, stating We need a constitutional amendment against unfund ed mandates. Alloco also are wasted in situations where we dont know what the end-game is. Since the meeting was a workshop, and not a regular meeting, no vote was held, but the consensus among the commissioners was to not support the proj ect at this time. Onderdonk work with the Department of Environmental Protec tion and other agencies to come to a resolution. S2S Florida judge lis stay on smokable medical marijuana By JOE REEDY,Associated Press TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Floridians allowed to use medical marijuana are one step closer to being able to smoke it. Leon County circuit court Judge Karen Gievers on Tuesday lifted a stay on her May 25 ruling that the Flor ida Legislature's provision banning smokable medical marijuana is unconstitution al. The state's Department of of Gievers' ruling, which automatically put it on hold. Attorney John Morgan and two patients with terminal of that stay. lifted on June 11. Gievers wrote that delaying her rul ing any further would create irreparable harm to patients. She also wrote that the stay returns the law to its previous state after voters approved a constitutional amendment in November 2016 allowing the use of medical marijuana. 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June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 5 LOCAL & STATE 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. Get educated at: www.FlagstonePavers.com call (352) 7997933 Supreme White/Tan/Charcoal 45 Degree Stack Pattern Bullnose Coping White Pool Coping Freedom White/Tan/Charcoal Soldier Border 6119 Deltona Blvd., Spring Hill (1/4 Mile South of Hwy. 50) Voter Outreach Schedule for June 2018 Shirley Anderson, Her nando County Supervisor of Elections, is pleased to announce the following dates for voter registra tion and outreach for June 2018. It is important to provide opportunities for the residents of Hernando County to register to vote, change political parties, request a vote by mail ballot, or update their address and signature on their voter record. We are grateful to our community partners for helping us Promote the Vote, stated Shirley Anderson, Supervi sor of Elections. June 8, 2018 Summer Reading Kickoff West Hernando Branch Library 11:00am-1:00pm Flag Day/Member Appre ciation Day YMCA 1300 Mariner Blvd. June 21, 2018 Time TBD Summer Kick-Off Party Weeki Wachee Springs State Park 6131 Commercial Way June 23, 2018 10:00am-2:00pm 2nd Annual Man Rally Kennedy Park 899 Kennedy Blvd. By LISA MACNEIL HERNANDO SUN STAFF WRITER Photography by CHERYL CLANTON former Brooksville Po lice Department (BPD) were sworn in as Her on June 1, 2018. Following the place the Honor Guard, and invocation by Reverend Frank Prestigiacomo, began the ceremony by welcoming the deputies and their families and friends to the HCSO family. Law enforce ment is a family and I encourage that we do become family with the new people coming in. Nienhuis spoke to the deputies friends and rel face, and the importance of everyones support of the deputy in their family. Giving a brief over view of the orientation later imparted to the deputies, Nienhuis began with a focus on the citizens that the new deputies will serve. Its so critically important for us to leave a good impression with the citizens. He ended his address to the deputies by wishing success to each. Nienhuis then ad ministered the Oath of ceremony led by Major James Powers. A mem ber of each family then pinned each deputys badge to their uniform as photos and video of the historic event were taken by family, friends and the attending media. New Deputies: Deputy Joshua Caldwell Deputy Shane Derryberry Deputy Scott Fredricksen Deputy Jacob Gaustad Deputy Randal Orman Deputy Joel Rodriguez Deputy Edward Serrano Deputy Alan Whitacre Oath of Honor: I do solemnly swear or port, protect and defend the Constitution and government of the Unit ed States and of the state of Florida. That I am tution of the state, and that I will well and faith fully perform the duties of Hernando County I am about to enter. BELOW: Family members pinned badges on new deputies. ABOVE: Presentation of Col ors Sheriffs Honor Guard BELOW: Sheriff Al Nienhuis, far left, with the nine new deputies.

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6 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 LOCAL & STATE June 9 Game On! EH family gaming at the East Her nando Branch! Spring Hill Writing Group SH writers are welcome--to inspire and be inspired. Your work starts with one word at a time. June 11 Working with Computer Files BV 6/11/2018 10AM 12PM Reg istration is open Learn to save, Books ROCK Talking about Library Programs SHSpring Hill Branch Library, located at 9220 Spring Hill Drive. WHWest Hernando Branch Library located at BVBrooksville/ Main Library located at 238 Howell Ave, Brooksville, FL EH East Hernando Windmere Rd, Brooksville, IN, OUT & ABOUT Our FAVORITE BOOKS! WH 6/11/2018 1 2:30 PM Registra tion is open Need some ideas for your next read? Readers gotta read, & we love to talk about our favorite books & for this special Summer Adult Reading program, we will do just that! Healthy Teeth, Healthy Kids! Children's Dental Care Work shop BV 6/11/2018 1 1:30 PM Every superhero needs a super smile! Join Premier Commu nity HealthCare for a fun and interactive childrens dental care workshop. Healthy Teeth, Healthy Teens! Dental care workshop for teens BV 6/11/2018 1:30 2 PM Your best Premier Community HealthCare to learn how to take good care of it in this interactive teens dental care workshop. June 12 Working with Computer Files WH 6/12/2018 10AM 12PM Reg istration is open Learn to save, Move it and Groove it BV your groove on with this collec tion of stories, songs, dances, crafts, and more that will keep you moving all day long. Signing for Everyday Living EH 6/12/2018 11 AM 12:30 PM SEFL is a crash course in basic ASL for learners at any skill level. Rock, Paper, Scissors! the Art of Paper Crafting WH 6/12/2018 1 3 PM Registration is open "Get to Crafting." Minecraft Afternoon SH AM Minecraft fans, this is the program for you! Come play Minecraft on our giant screen, and discuss the popular gaming series while participating in Minecraft themed crafts, games, and more. Death Cafe WH death? Why do we fear it? You are invited to join us and share your philosophy, experiences and fears about death and dying. SCORE Workshop Tax Impli cations for Small Businesses SH Implications for Small Business The seminar discusses Federal and Florida business entities, and how to create them. We will also cover other state and local licensing requirements. Well also review Federal and state employment taxes, such as FICA, FUTA, withholding, and reemployment. The seminar will also cover Federal and state income taxes. Ukulele Beginner Strum and Sing EH beginning ukulele players for some laid-back strumming and singing. All ages and levels welcome. June 13 Working with Computer Files SH 6/13/2018 10AM 12PM Reg istration is open Learn to save, Rainbow Reads EH Explore the world of color with these stories, activities, and crafts. Come wearing your favorite color! Writing Your Life Stories WH Registration is open "When writing the story of your life, never let anyone else hold the pen." Don't allow those irreplaceable personal & family stories to be lost. Come join us for an informal, enjoyable experience! Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program SH 6/13/2018 10:30 AM 12 PM Topic: Rain Gardens Financial Management Series EH topic: Personal Money Manage ment Riverdale Party SH AM Celebrate 2 seasons of The CW's Riverdale with a variety of crafts and activities related to both the hit television series and the Archie comic series. Food will be provided including homemade milkshakes that will be made during this celebration of the classic Archie characters. June 14 Working with Computer Files EH istration is open Learn to save, Books with a Beat SH Rock to the rhythm to a collec tion of musical books, activities, crafts, and more! Choose to Quit BV tools you need to quit smoking now with this 2 hour tobacco cessation course. The course includes a one month supply of nicotine replacement patches, lozenges, or gum (participants choice) absolutely free! Writers Workshop EH open to the public meets every other Thursday. All levels of experience from beginners to published authors. Our group is on-going and continuous, join at any time. Bring pen and paper. For more information call Movies @ your library SH known as Black Panther defends Wakanda, a technologically advanced country in Africa that has hidden itself away from the rest of the world. Now, he must face a dissident who wants to sell the country's natural resources to fund an uprising. Rocks Rock! The Geology of Florida WH learn some interesting facts about the various layers below Florida's land surface. June 15 Rock Your Socks Off! WH Continue celebrating the sum mer by coming to the library and enjoying this collection of stories, activities, crafts, and more all about clothing and the human body. Come wearing your favorite pair of socks! SHINE EH (individual coun seling by appt. only) Medicare and Health Insurance Counseling and Information during open enrollment period. It's JAZZ! SH us for another special musical program in our ongoing series about the Golden Age of Jazz. Presented by former NPR Jazz Radio Announcer Peter LaMattina. 12:00 AM 6/8 12:00 AM 6/9 12:00 AM 6/10 12:00 AM 6/11 12:00 AM 6/12 12:00 AM 6/13 12:00 AM 6/14 12:00 6/15 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0 0.85 2.88 0.89 2.56 0.96 3.07 0.51 2.69 1.05 3.26 0.12 2.83 1.13 3.45 -0.21 2.93 1.21 3.62 -0.47 2.98 1.28 3.75 -0.62 2.96 1.34 3.82 -0.65 0.0 1.0 2.0 3.0 4.0NOAA/NOS/Center for Operational Oceanographic Products and Services rfntrbbbfbtrftbb tbbbbnbbntbbbn nbbnbbnbttnbbt bnttbbbbbbnb bbnnbtbnbntb nbbnbbbbbbbbn rfbbbbtbbnbbb bbbbbnbbnntrbbb fbtrfbbbtttttbbtbbrf rfrfrf rfrf rfrfrfbbb nnbbbnnbtbnnb ttnbbtbbbnbb bbnbbbnbb tbbbtrfnbt tbbnbbbbbtt tbbbbbbnntbbtbbbb bbtttbbbn bbnbbbbbtbbnbbbtb tntbtbbbbbbn tbbbtbnbtnb bbbnbbttbbt nbbbbbb bbb rrfrnrtbbffnr nrnfntnrr bbtbb bbn bbnb bn r ffntbtb When I was having panic attacks, I would basically push my family away. I didnt want them to nal issues. It was my own coping mechanism. I had leave my house very much. I was never physically violent, but I was quick to yell. My wife was the one who recognized it. The VA [Veterans Administration] put me on medication. Although medication is one method of treating PTSD, it is not the only method. Common treatments include Cognitive Thera py, Exposure Therapy and group therapy. People react ments depending on a wide range of factors and what person, others might not have that same experience. We have seen encouraging results from the research that has been conducted at St. Leo University regard veteran having a service dog, Brown comments. For Ron Flaville, K9 Partners for Patriots has been a lifeline. He already had a female German Shepherd (Sophia) and Rons wife noticed that when he was having mo ments of anxiety or anger, Sophia would come over to him and start pawing at him and getting his focus onto her. My wife had seen a vet eran with a service dog and started doing research on getting our dog trained as a service dog. She contacted Mary Peter at Stillwater Dog Training and arranged a time for the two of us and Sophia to meet with Ms. Peter. And the rest is history. Since that time, Mary Peter founded K9 Partners for Patriots, an organiza tion that matches dogs to veterans and trains both for this specialized task. Rons dog was a good candi date for the program and Flaville has become Chief Partners for Patriots. I have seen many pos itive changes in so many of our veterans who go through the nineteen-week training course. Some of the possible reasons for the positive changes the dog gives unconditional love can help wake up veterans get the veteran out of the house because the veteran has to walk the dog so they are getting more physical the veteran refocus their attention on something positive, all of which can help reduce their overall anxiety and depression, states Brown. In the light of so many tragedies that have hap pened in the past few years from mass shootings to natural disasters and be cause of the pervasiveness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Congress has declared June to be PTSD Awareness Month. Its an invisible illness, Flaville states. In addition to raising basic awareness about treatments available, I PTSD would say that acceptance is also a big part of it as well. There is often such a stigma associated with PTSD or any other mental illness. Having PTSD does not make you weakin fact quite the opposite in my opinion. Some of the strongest and most resilient people I have met have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD is just something that can develop when someone experiences or witnesses a traumatic event. We wouldnt say someone is weak if they came back from war with a physical injury, Brown concludes. Post Traumatic Stress Dis order Awareness Month is dedicated to raising aware ness about this life-long struggle and the people it can help make their lives just a little easier. If you or someone you know is struggling with PTSD, reach out. There are many resourc es. Mental health centers and The Veterans Crisis Hotline (1-800-273-8255) are just two. Partners for Patriots call Cynthia and her service dog Cody in training at K9 Part ners for Patriots by Gov. Rick Scott last June, state that patients can use cannabis through vaping and in food, oils, sprays and tinctures. Morgan, who led the push for the constitutional amendment, led a lawsuit challenging the ban two weeks aer Scott signed the bill. He was joined in the suit by Cathy Jordan and Diana Dodson, who say that smoking medical marijuana has prolonged their lives. In her four-page ruling, Gievers cited the harm that could be caused to Jordan, who has had ALS since 1986, and Dodson, who has had HIV since 1991, if the stay was extended. "First, they cannot legally access the treatment recom mended for them. Second, they face potential criminal prosecution for possession and use of the medicinal substance," she wrote. Morgan asked Gov. Scott on Tuesday via social media to drop his appeals. "Every day you waste taxpayers' money with this frivolous appeal sick people, veterans, cops, reghters and cancer patients suer!" Morgan wrote on Twitter. "Where is your compassion man?" Even with the stay being lied, smokable medical marijuana will not imme diately be available for sale at treatment centers. at's because the Department of Health must come up with rules to cultivate, distribute and sell, which could take several months. As of last Friday there were 117,522 patients and 2,644 doctors in the state's medical marijuana registry. e Department of Health also says that 94,023 patients have received their ID cards, which allow them to receive cannabis at state-approved treatment centers. Florida Department of Health spokesman Devin Galetta said in a statement that department ocials are reviewing the ruling. Any further appeal would be heard in the state's 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee. e health department is involved in six other cases dealing with medical mari juana, ranging from the pro cess of awarding treatment center licenses to allowing a Tampa man to grow it at home for juicing. STAY

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BY HANNA FOX SPECIAL TO HERNANDO SUN As a Christian Camp, Lakewood Retreats statement of purpose is Sharing Gods love through service by pro viding a setting in which to experience Jesus Christ. Their service they ex plain is in response to Jesus command to His Come with me by your selves to a quiet place and get some rest. Rest and spiritual camaraderie is what you Retreat, owned by the Southern Mennonite Camp Association, situ ated in a peaceful, rural Spring Lake Highway in Brooksville. The nature abounds, whether it is on the lake or along a beautiful hiking trail in the woods. After you do get some rest, there is a large variety of activities to enjoy like a petting zoo, canoeing, swim ming, volleyball, gaga ball, tennis, basketball, archery, team building, soccer, football, a game room, a playground, zip lining, and much more. Some folks might not know exactly what gaga ball is. I didnt know about it until I went to Lakewood Retreat last year. Gaga ball, which originated in Israel, is sort of like dodgeball. Its played in a ring by a group of individual players, two teams or just two people. If you get hit on or below the knees with the ball youre out. Our school group had so much fun playing gaga ball, now we have our very own gaga ball pit on our school campus. Lakewood Retreat was founded as a Mennonite camp in 1966. At that time, racial tensions were problematic for the integrated Mennonites and many Christian camps were not willing to host the Mennonite programs. The found ers purchased 83 acres at Lakewoods current location and much work was needed to turn the property into a suitable summer camp. In 1969, the inaugural summer camp program took place with two cabins and 25 campers per camp. Today Lakewood Retreat is 135 acres and provides an outreach for all Christian de nominations. It is open year round for school groups, family reunions, bereavement groups as well as youth camps. There are over 220 beds, 55 campsites, a dining hall that seats up to 200, seven meeting rooms and an activity center. June 8 14, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 7 IN, OUT & ABOUT 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 DIY Gift Wrap Its that time of year when a flurry of invitations and announcements for events and celebrations arrive all at once graduations, bridal showers, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and yes, Fathers Day on Sunday June 17! Make your gift-giving special with two of my favorite and easy DIY ideas that you and your kids can do together for gift wrap that show your special touch, creativity and pizzazz.USE FABRIC GIFTS AS THE WRAP Like a beach towel! If there is a birthday in the house, or if your child is going off to summer camp, a colorful beach towel and items for summer fun are an ideal present. Instead of purchasing a gift bag, use the bright towel to wrap it all up. Fold the towel in half lengthwise. Make a triangular fold at the bottom and continue to make triangular folds until you reach the top like folding a flag. If there is extra toweling at the top, fold it under. Pinch the two side end points and cinch them with ribbon or twine. Open the middle space to create a triangular pocket for tucking additional small gifts, such as flip flops, sunglasses, sunscreen and healthy snack bars. If there is space, roll up a fun magazine or comic book and a little bouquet of flowers for that pizzazz factor. Or, are you giving ... A cookbook? Tie a colorful dishtowel folded in half crosswise around it, and tie in a knot with a set of measur ing spoons. A baby gift? Roll it up in a light summer baby blanket with ribbons cinching the ends. Tie in a cute rattle. A picnic basket? Pick up a vintage 1950s tablecloth to wrap around the basket for an eye-catching retro look. A jewelry box? Wrap it in a fashion scarf twisted around and around and tie in a bow or loosely knot it and tuck inside the twists. LET NATURE WRAP IT UPGiving a bouquet of flowers? Instead of presenting the blooms in ho-hum tissue paper, newspaper or plastic from the florist or market, trim the stems and arrange in a canning jar or large recycled, clean glass jar. Wrap a woodsy looking piece of birch bark (from fallen branches or your wood pile) around the container, and tie together tightly with twine to hold in place. Or wrap with fresh large leaves, such as garden hosta. They are striking wrapped around a container, too. *** 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 ServiceJune 4, 2018 Lakewood Retreat: A place to rest and have fun Reserve now for Father's Day! IF YOU GO Call Lakewood Retreat Address: Email: Info@LakewoodRetreat. org Friday evening hours until on Sunday. The annual High Point July Fourth Parade will be on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at 9 a.m. Parade par ticipation and attendance is open to all residents and organizations of Hernando County by golf cart, walk ing, bike, truck, van or dance groups, etc., or just come and watch. Prizes are given in 9 categories for best deco rations! The parade will start at 9:00 am at High 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 located at 12249 Club 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. Patriotic Outdoor Bench, or a number of gift cards donated by local mer chants. Call High Point Com munity Property Owners at 352-596-2397 for a parade entry form, or to cate.For mor information, contact lynda6260@aol. com. High Point July Fourth Parade seeking entrants, participants TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Today, Governor Rick Scott announced that June June 9th and 10th will be a license-free fresh for Florida residents and visitors. Fishing licenses are not required on these weekends. Governor Scott said, Florida is known as the Fishing Capital of the World, and taking advan tage of these license-free the perfect opportunity for Floridians and their families to get outdoors. I appreciate the hard work of FWC to ensure that Florida remains the Fishing Capi tal of the World. Bo Rivard, Chairman of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said, Sum mertime in the Sunshine State is great for getting on or near the water. I hope the next two weekends will inspire new anglers to give it a try. Established anglers, I encourage you to take a friend or family member out and introduce them to the Fishing Capital of the World! each year. Bag limits, closed areas and size restrictions apply on these days. To learn more about visit MyFWC.com/Li cense. MyFWC.com/Fishing. License free shing weekend June 9 & 10 Brandon and Demetri on the zipline at Lakewood Retreat Lakewood Retreat Dining Hall Archery at Lakewood

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8 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 IN, OUT & ABOUT BROOKSVILLE 19259 Cortez Boulevard 352.796.1451 SPRING HILL 3290 Commercial Way 352.683.0018 www.killingsworthagency.com Event Previews FROM OUR TABLE TO YOURS by Cheryl Clanton THE HERNANDO SPORTSMAN'S CLUB 80 Acre shooting facility Clubhouse Skeet, Trap & Five Stand Range Cowboy SASS HUNTERS 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 Ingredients 1 Can Cherry Sprite 1 oz. Grenadine Cup Pina Colada mix 1 cup Blueberry Koolaid Directions Large Glass with Ice Pour Cherry Sprite with grenadine a 1/3 full Add pina Colada mix an other 1/3 if glass Last pour Koolaid Hint: Top with cherry Kids AllAmerican Drink 2018 Lip Sync Battle We Love the 80s! NAMI FUNDRAISER SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 2018 COCKTAILS: 5:00 P.M. | DINNER: 6:00 P.M. | SHOWTIME: 7:00 P.M. Hernando and Vincent Academy Adventure Coast. Distinguished Per formers: Kevin Carroll, Lisa Judge, Karen Dove, Christie Williams, PHSC Students and choreographed by John Vincent Leggio Tickets: $75.00 org or call 352-684-0004 CLUBHOUSE RECREATIONAL SCALLOPING SEMINAR THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2018 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Join us for our second annual recreational scalloping seminar. Attendees will be able to try their hand at scallop Gyotaku (while supplies last) and learn about scallop biology, changes to the upcoming seasons in Pasco and Hernando County, and boating safety. Speakers: Dr. Stephen Geiger, Research Scientist with FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Brittany Hall-Scharf, Florida Sea Grant Agent with UF/IFAS Extension Hernan do County. This is a free event. For ques tions, please contact Brittany Hall-Scharf at FLORIDA BAY SCALLOPS June 21st | 6:30-8:30 p.m.Pasco Hernando State College Spring Hill Campus450 Beverly Ct, Spring Hill, FL 34606 | Building B Conference Room SpeakersDr. Stephen Geiger Research Scientist with FWC Fish and Wildlife Research Institute Brittany Hall-Scharf Florida Sea Grant Agent with UF/IFAS Hernando CountyAt this seminar, attendees will learn:How to make Scallop Gyotaku Scallop biology Management Changes to this upcoming season Boating safety For any questions or concerns contact Brittany Hall-Scharf bhallscharf@ufl.edu BUG HOTEL FOR CRAWLIES SATURDAY, DAY, JUNE 16, 2018 10 AM TO11:30 PM critters that helps keep what the bad bugs do under control. Organic gardeners make Spring, and lay eggs, and sweep your plants clean of aphids and mites, you will be thankful. Learn how to recycle materials, where to get free materials and how to put those recycled things to use creating living space for those crawly critters. Its fun for all ages. Class includes a live demonstration with audience participation of bug house creating and information on Florida Backyards program to get backyard wildlife iden 11TH ANNUAL RAP RIVER RUN SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 2018 6:30 AM Many of the youth who arrive at the shelter hate school, feel frustrated and some are contemplating running away. For some their problems are compounded by drugs or alcohol. These youth ages 10-17 need someone to talk to. RAP House is that special place Join us for the 11th Annual RAP River Run on June 9th goody bag great post-race party Go to: http://www.rapriverrun.com/ 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

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June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 9 GTC BEACON CINEMA 12961 Cortez Blvd, Brooksville, FL 34613 Calendar of Events Movie Times June 8 Friday Night Live Description: The Friday Night Live concert series includes a food truck rally and a full bar. The next Friday Night Live will 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 seating 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: Friday Night at the Movies Description: The Big Chill: The Big Chill is a 1983 American boomers who attended the University of Michigan, reunit soundtrack features soul, R&B, and pop-rock music from the Revival, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, The June 9 Lip Sync Battle NAMI Fundraiser WHEN: Saturday, June 9, 2018 Hudson June 13 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 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 mate rials and how to put those recycled things to use creating liv ing space for crawly critters. Class includes a live demonstra tion with audience participation of bug house creating and information on Florida Backyards program to get backyard June 17 Jazz Society Performs Spring Hill. Description: A fun afternoon listening and dancing to your favorite tunes. Sit-ins are welcome. Admission: HJS members a cash bar and buffet for purchase. For more information call June 18 Veterans Park WHEN: Sunday, June 18, 6pm 8pm Description: Pre-Season Mini Camp Begins Monday June 18th, 2018 from 6pm-8pm.Pre-Season Mini Camp is Monday 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 the Nature Coast Purchase tickets at Humanerescue.org 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 Courthouse Heritage Museum. For more information or to reserve your June 23 Zephyrhills SummerFest 2018 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 and other festivities starting at 1pm and lasting till 10 pm. For June 25 Arachnid Photography WHERE: Chinsegut Conservation Center, 23212 Lake Lindsey 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 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 Brooksville so you will be running in the dark. The course will use B-C food, and an experience you wont forget so you dont want marked will be well marked for both daytime and the night running will utilize glow sticks to mark the course. Everyone Fourth of July July 4 Celebration at the Bandshell Celebrate America! with your family, friends, and neigh a thrilling concert by our own Hernando County Symphony Council will sponsor an afternoon of old fashioned fun and games complete with a petting zoo, storytelling, food, and other vendors. Pre-concert entertainment by Live Oak Theatre Company, Memories Quartet, Vicki Roush, and Al Chance. There is no admission charge, bring the entire family! For more information visit HernandoArts.org, or call the Her July 14 Mushrooms Description: Workshop on small scale mushroom farming. Topics include mushroom cultivation and species selection. Please register for this FREE UF/IIFAS Pasco Extension work shop which will take place at the Zephyrhills Library. Registration required. Hernando Bowling Challenge Description: Join us for the 1st Alzheimer's Family Organi zation Hernando Bowling Challenge. A 32 team Double Elimination Tournament! Enter your Team today!!!! https://alzheimersfamily.org/bowling/ If you are interested, there are several levels of sponsorship, opportunities to form a team, and prize donations! Partici pate in a fun TEAM BUILDING exercise with your staff or your family, and help raise money for an important resource for the community! July 18 Politics in the Park Street, Brooksville. Description: Meet and greet the local 2018 candidates at an old-fashioned political rally. This is your opportunity to meet local, state and federal candidates and discuss important election issues facing our community. Free admission. Straw Poll. Register to vote on site. Fun, food and more. For more information, please contact the Chamber of Commerce at www.hernandochamber.com for this and other upcoming events.

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10 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 SPORTS Gabe (tan colored dog, male, about 40 lbs, ID # 10315461) and Santini (brown/black colored dog, male, about 45 lbs, ID#10315460). ese good-looking boys came in together and are sharing a kennel. ey have been friendly and outgoing towards people and no aggression has been seen towards other dogs. ey are playful, young sweet and lovable. Would be nice to get them adopted together, but not a must. Good, suitable home is most important. Both will need a little training as far as leash walking goes. Need a secure fenced in yard with supervision outside. Hernan do County Animal Services, 19450 Oliver St, Brooksville, FL. Renegade (black and brown colored dog, male ID # 10315345), He came into the shelter with many other dogs, mostly Shepherds because he was conscated from his owner. Hes a senior but he has been neglected for quite some time. Yesterday we took him out and gave him a nice bath which he really enjoyed. Hes a kind and gentle old soul that would love to spend his senior years in the cool and maybe a nice couch or dog bed to rest his body. If you love Shepherds, Hernando County Animal Services has many lredy for adoption. Come visit on Tuesday! Hernando Animal Services, 19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-5062. (Black and white colored cat, ID #10315613) is cat was trapped by a citizen on Lonsome Rd. and transported to the shelter. is cat was not able to be handled at the time of photo, may come around with some time. is cat becomes property of the shelter 6-6-18. Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-7965052. (White and brown colored dog, male ID #10315391) Sweet male American bulldog mix. Seems sad at the shelter. Seems good with other dogs. Pretty good on leash. Did excellent while getting a bath yesterday. Please make sure to ask for him because he is on inside of a ken nel. Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-7965962. (Black colored dog, female ID # 10315490) is is a sweet female lab mix picture doesnt do her justice. She young and very playful so dicult to get a good picture. She also loves being close to you jumped right into my lap when I sat down. Please come visit her! Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-5052. 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, 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/ Faith Church June 11-15 (they also have summer camps) http://fepcb.org Grace World Outreach Church, "Bible Bootcamp" June 18-22, 9AM to noon ; free Address: 20366 Cortez Blvd. Nativity Lutheran Church,"SonRise Na tional Park" June 18-22 9AM to 12:15PM free to children age 3 (toilet trained) through 12. Teens 12+ are welcome to be junior guides. Address: 6363 Commercial Way, Weeki Wachee. A free lunch will be provided at noon daily, courtesy of Her nando County Schools. Early registration is encouraged; forms are available at nlcww. org, nativitylutheran63@gmailcom or in the First Baptist Church of Brooksville, "GAME ON!" June 18-22 6PM to 8:30PM Free to children age 3 through sixth grade. Online registration is available at fbc Brooksville First United Methodist Church," 9AMnoon; For children in kindergarten accepted on a waiting list) from 9 a.m. Register at fumcbrooksville.com/vbs-2018/ St., Brooksville Ridge Manor Community United Meth odist Church, "AMPED!",July 16-20; 9AM to Noon; Free to children from pre-kinder (rising). Register between June 1 and July Facebook site. Registration is also available First United Methodist Church of Spring Hill, "Shipwrecked: Rescued by Jesus" July 23-27; 8:30 a.m. to noon ; Free to chil New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Free Bible School for adults and children July 24-26; 6:30 to 8 p.m. Families will praise and worship God together, followed by an age-appropriate Bible study, using the theme of 2 Peter 1:3. Registration not re County Line Road, Hudson, Local Summer Camps Wider Horizons School in Spring Hill offers educational summer programs. Call 2nd 6th grade: JUNE 18-22: SAFARI JULY 2-6: BUGGING OUT JULY 9-13 : DR. SUESS JULY 16-20: FIESTA 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 Session: Week 2: 06/11/18 Backyard Games Field Trip: James P Gills YMCA Ropes Course able at NO additional fee. Fantastic News: Breakfast & Lunch will be provided for each camper daily. Campers should come prepared with tennis shoes, comfortable clothing, swimsuit, towel, water bottle. For more information, please contact the 2018 Facility: Hernando County Activity/Teen Center Open for registration Week 3: 06/18/18 Happy Holidays Field Trip: Celebration Station able at NO additional fee. Fantastic News: Breakfast & Lunch will be provided for each camper daily. Campers should come prepared with tennis shoes, comfortable clothing, swimsuit, towel, water bottle. For more information, please contact the Dates: From June 18, 2018 to June 22, 2018 Facility: Hernando County Activity/Teen Center Hernando County Schools is offering a Springs Coast Environmental Camp out more and sign up here: https://www. 9-13; July 16-20 Discover Point is now accepting enroll ment for the summer camp Wild Ride. They have 2 locations in spring Hill, and 2 in New Port Richey. Activities will range from cook ing, arts and crafts, team building, STEAM, up 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 Session 2 Parrott Middle School June 18-22, 2018 Session 3 plicants who have been selected to attend. For additional information, please contact Annie Laurie Austin in Community Relations Stage West Community Playhouse Advanced Acting Camp, starts June 16. For more info and to apply contact the box www.StageWestFlorida.com Saint Leo University is offering a sum mer program for kids 15-18, which runs 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 (Black colored cat, female, ID #10315603) is kitten was trapped by a citizen on Fraser St. and transported to the shelter. is kitten is not well socialized, scared, may come around with some time. Hernando Animal Services,19450 Oliver St. Brooksville, FL 352-796-5052. 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. The only advantage the camera has been for me, has been to provide pho tographic evidence of the deer Im planning to hunt. Now, a proper trail-cam era setup is a very im portant part of their use and oftentimes the most overlooked. Too many of us expect to throw a cam era on a tree and have deer walk past. Though its not quite that simple, by taking your time and following these steps, you will gener ate better photos which will give you a better idea of the bucks on your property and locations to hunt them. Location Lets face it, you will not get pictures of deer if there arent any deer around. Just like hunting, you want to pick a location that deer are frequenting at that given time of the year. This could include a water hole now in the heat of the side of a timbered ridge where deer will bed down to take advantage of the breeze. The more evidence of deer in the area, the your SD card Direction What goes up must come down. Im talking about the sun. Make sure your cam era is not facing directly into the sunrise or sunset. Many times we forget this simple step and get blurred or whited-out photos from the suns glare. Its best to face trail-cameras north or south, but at least try to avoid facing the shutter due east or west. Also, if placing a camera on a trail, orient it at a 45-degree angle to the trail instead of head on. This will not only give your trail-camera wider viewing and more potential to trigger and catch a deer in the frame as it moves along, but it also keeps the camera out of the deers face for less chances to spook it. Height Get those cameras up! When setting up a trail-camera, I believe you should always make sure the camera is at least as high as your head. I think deer are much less likely to notice cameras placed six Trail-cameras placed lower can be right in a deers face, making it more likely they will notice the camera. Might be just a little picky, but by simply moving your camera up the tree and angling it down, youll improve your odds. Now, some believe it estimate the age of bucks in photos taken from a high angle because features like belly and neck lines are less visible. When age is important, like with a trail-camera survey this time of the year, keep cam eras lower but make some a proper set up for your trail-camera, the proof will be in the photos! So, keep these simple steps in mind and see what you get, then adjust your setup as you go to continue improving your success. Good luck! And as always, if you have any feedback, sugges tions or even just want to share a good hunting story, give me a shout at Toby@ HernndoSun.com. God bless and good hunting! Get Em To Say Cheese! After a dozen or so con versations during the last week seeking information on trail-cameras, I thought Id share a few things Ive learned about their usage over the last few years. But, before I do, I want to just suggest that a good trail-camera is no replace ment for basic woodsman ship. Learning to read sign properly can give you the same information as the camera. Le: A Trail-camera photo of a doe and wild turkeys and, above, a doe with her fawn in Citrus County. HUNT I NG

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June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 11 SPORTS SOLUTION PAGE 17 Visit Hernando Sun NEWS VIEWS EVENTS Hernando County 2018 baseball wrap up BY ANDY VILLAMARZO HERNANDO SUN WRITER PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHERYL CLANTON With Nature Coast Technical High Schools 4-1 loss to Jacksonville Bolles in the Class 5A in Hernando County and caps one of the best seasons the county has seen in recent memory. The Sharks were able to ride the hot arm of pro prospect Jonathan Gates, who is surely going to be drafted by a Major League Baseball team this week in the 2018 MLB Draft. Hernando was able to have another tremendous season under Tim Sims, in which the in Class 5A, District 7 behind Nature Coast. Springstead clinched a postseason spot in Class 6A and had another stellar season, despite coming up short against Dunnel nals. Central and Weeki Wachee showed progress throughout the 2018 cam paign, with both teams having great promise for the 2019 season. We now go team by team and look back on the 2018 prep baseball campaign. Central (13-13): The ing fourth in Class 5A, District 7 and despite not reaching the postseason, Central saw plenty of improvement throughout the season. Central was able to defeat Hernando during the regular season, which showed signs that the Bears are on the right track moving forward. Hernando (22-7): Tim Sims ball club completed what was another impres sive season of baseball, as ond in Class 5A, District 7 behind Nature Coast Technical. The Leopards have plenty of talent coming back for the 2019 season, including Carson Lashley, who batted a team-high .489 with 44 hits. Hernando was solid on the base pads, stealing 75 bases this past year. Nature Coast (26-5): No team in Hernando County had a better run through the regular season, districts and the Coast, whom reached the before falling to Jackson ville Bolles. The Sharks will go into a little bit of a rebuilding mode after losing top pitcher Jona than Gates to graduation. Nature Coast notched a very impressive postsea son win over the always good Orlando Bishop Moore. Springstead (18-11): The Eagles will be losing one of its top pitchers from 2018 in Kevin Tomas, who graduated this spring. Springstead will lean more upon the arm of senior Jack Jasiak, who was the other ace on Eagles, they should be a contender once again in Class 6A, District 6 with Dunnellon and fellow SPORT/ ACTIVITY DAY TIME LOCATION CONTACT Belly Dancing Monday / Wed 5:30 9:30 p.m. Hernando Park Community Activity Center/ Teen Hall Jaynellen; Phone: (352) 540-1568 Email: jaynellen333@ sbcglobal.net Belly Dancing Tuesdays 5:30 9:30 p.m. Spring Hill Lake House Jaynellen Phone: (352) 540-1568 Email: jaynellen333@ sbcglobal.net Baton Tuesdays 3 8 p.m. Kennedy Park Diane Sorvillo Phone: (352) 212-6077 Tae Kwon Do (beginners with advanced class to follow) Mondays 6:30 7:30 p.m. Delta Woods Park Tae Kwon Do (beginners with advanced class to follow) Fridays 6 7 p.m. Kennedy Park Cheerleading (class times vary by age) ursdays 6 8:45 p.m. Delta Woods Park All American Youth Phone: (813) 885-2292 www.AllAmerican Youth.org Dance Tuesdays 6 8:45 p.m Delta Woods Park All American Youth Phone: (813) 885-2292 www.AllAmerican Youth.org Tennis Schedule with Instructor Schedule with Instructor Delta Woods Park Doug Haskedakes Phone: (352) 848-7539 GET MOVING! --HERNANDO COUNTY PARKS AND RECREATION ACTIVITY SCHEDULE 16121 Commercial Way, Brooksville, FL 34614 June 8 16, 2018 NCT celebrates the region win against Orlando Bish op Moore on May 16, 2018 Carson Lashley at bat 2018 Cental team talk before they face off in the district game against Hudson on May 1, 2018 Springstead Pitcher Jack Jasiak will return for an other season. See BASEBALL, Page 12

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Solution to Crossword on page 15 12 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 SPORTS ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY CHERYL CLANTON On Thursday May 31, 2018 Nature Coast Tech nical baseball team made it to the 2018 FHSAA 5A State Semi-Finals game #1. Bolles Bulldogs vs Nature Coast Sharks. This time I'm giving you the play by play from my home watching it on live stream. My dogs looked at me kinda weird as I cheered throughout the game. The Hernando Sun congratulates the Sharks for making it to state. Now on with the game play by play. Play Ball.... Top of 1st inning First to bat is Zach Funkhouser, base hit up the center and on 1st. Way to JP Gates steps up next and hits to Bulldog short stop Max Ferguson. Fergu son throws Zach Funkhous er out at second, tried for the double but Gates safe Riera steps into the batters box, in the meantime Bull dog pitcher Hunter tries to Brandon Riera hits again to Bulldog shortstop, but this time the Bulldogs complete the double play making 3 outs. Bottom of 1st For the Bolles Max Fer second and Ferguson extends his hit to a double. Mac Forrester stepped into the batters box and stepped outstriking out, 1 out. Hunter Barco steps up and makes a shot to left center, got an RBI and got on third base. Paul Kuehn was up by Funkhouser making two outs. Funkhouser misses, stepped too late to get the ball home to stop Barco from making the second run for the Bolles. Bryson Kirksey steps up to bat with two outs, and strikes out to make three outs. Top of 2nd Brandon Frangione is caught by Jack Brady. 1 out. Brennan Cross hits by second baseman Jack Brady. 2 outs. Chase Davis steps in the batters box with two outs against the Sharks, and goes down swinging making three outs. Three up, Three down for the Sharks. Bottom of 2nd up for the Bolles, JP Gates strikes out Henrichsenshuts him down. 1 out. Will for a base hit. JP Gates tries luck. Jack Brady steps into the batters box next. Gates throws pitch and Shepherd goes for the steal to second, catcher Brandon Riera throws to second and it herd safe. Gates in constant watch of Shepherd. Gates throws pitch and it takes a bounce and Shepherd is stealing third. Catcher Riera catches the bounce, throws to third but it goes runs home making the third run for the Bulldogs. Sharks need to settle down, Gates focuses on Brady. Gates racked up on balls with a 3 2 count to Brady and Brady is walked to Gates throws the pitch to Mayo and Brady is stealing second, catcher Brandon Riera takes the throw to second to Zeth Rodriguez to make the second out. Full count against Mayo, Next up is Max Ferguson with two outs against the Bolles. Gates throws and Mayo steals second, Riera throws to second and Zeth Rodriguez takes Mayo out to make three outs. Top of 3rd Sharks up to bat, Jona than McMath stepping up to plate. McMath chopped ed hitter Kevin Funkhouser is up to bat, Hunter Barco threw the pitch and hit Kevin Funkhouser. Funk WRAP UP Bleacher Talk Play by Play: NCT vs. Bolles in Baseball 5A State Seminal Florida State League, the Sharks bats couldnt get their rhythm going, and the team would lose their Final Four game to the two-time defending Class 5A champion Jackson ville-Bolles Bulldogs, 4-1. Both teams had their ace pitch the entirety of the game. Sharks ace J.P. Gates threw 85 pitches four strikeouts and six walks, and Bolles junior Hunter Barco threw 99, outs and two walks. Gates mentioned how good their lineup was, saying They (Bolles) were good from one to nine. There wasnt anybody in the lineup I felt I could just blow it by them. Bolles head coach Mike Boswell, in his third straight Final Four appear ance, wasnt counting out NCT at all. Theyre an up-and-coming school, had a great year. They didnt seem intimidated at all about the big stage. They came out ready to Their pitcher is really good, and it was fortunate to get him early and leave it up to our big guy and his arm. The Sharks collected Zach Funkhouser lacing However, the next batter grounded into a double play, and the threat was ended. From there, Bolles started to show why they were the defending state champions. Senior shortstop Max Robinson sent a Gates pitch to right, and the throw in was slow enough to where he could lace out a double. From there, Gates struck out the next batter, but couldnt get past Barco, who took a pitch to deep left-center for a RBI triple. A sacri score Barco, who narrow ly beat the laser throw from Funkhouser. Another run in the second would make the score 3-0 before the Sharks struck. With one out in the third, freshman Kevin Funkhouser was hit by Barco, stole second base, and then scored on a single by his older brother. That was nice, being able to score him. I just wish we couldve gotten a few more, Zach said after wards. game was scored in the bottom of the third, when Ferguson laced his second double, advanced to third center. After the game, Sharks head coach Frank Vitale summed up the teams bats going cold: We had solid contact all game, but almost all of ours went right at the defenders, while theirs found the gaps. But thats baseball. We played well, they played a little better. With the loss, the Sharks close one of the best high school prepa ratory careers in history, as Gates currently has two options coming up: he will either go pitch at the University of Miami, where he committed as a sophomore, or he could be selected in the upcoming 2018 MLB Entry Draft. Regardless of which path he takes, Gates is certain opposing hitters with his craft. That said, the Sharks have no reason to hang their heads, as the made history for the school this year. According to Gates, Were not a baseball school. We put baseball on the map these last few years, winning three straight district cham pionships, and now this (Final Four appearance). The school even televised it for our students who couldnt make it here, but the amount of people who And now were going to get a banner put up in our school, which has never been done before. Its NCT hat and glove left at first base Zach Funkhouser March 1, 2018 STATE Hernando County rival, Weeki Wachee. Weeki Wachee (1114): With notching 11 wins on the season, the Hornets were compet itive with everyone they faced throughout the 2018 campaign, but theyll be losing ace pitcher Dalton Mosser to graduation. Weeki Wachee should remain in contention, however, in 6A-6 with plenty of returning talent to the NCT after their Region semifinal win Rodriguez hits a shallow second out for the Sharks. Top of lineupZach Funk houser is up to bat, and his younger brother Kevin Zach Funkhouser leads the state with 49 scores. Pitch is thrown in the dirt and Kevin Funkhouser steals second. Zach Funkhouser is two for two with RBI hit Kevin Funkhouser comes in at home. Funkhouser brought in Funkhouser for the Sharks to put them on of the game. Zach Funk JP Gates steps up to bat. Hunter Barco tries to pick houser goes for second and throws Zach Funkhouser out at second for the Sharks third out. Bottom of 3rd the top of their lineup with Max Ferguson. Ferguson smoked it out to right center and gets a double. Next up Mac Forrester, bunts to move Ferguson to third. Gates picks up the Hunter Barco is in the bat ters box, hits out to center for the second out while a run comes in. Making the Bolles forth run. Paul Kuehn is up and pops up Chase Davis making three outs. Top of 4th JP Gates backup to bat, chops to second Jack Brady who throws Gates out on Frangione hits out to left the second out for the Sharks. Brennan Cross hits third out. Bottom of 4th Bryson Kirksey hits out Zach Funkhouser comes out against the Bolles. Cal for the second out. Will Shepherd was walked to to the plate, grounds to JP Gates and is thrown out at Top of 5th Going into the top of the 4 and Sharks with 1 run. the Sharks is Chase Davis. caught by Mac Forrester Jonathan McMath steps up to the plate and is walked grounded to second and McMath is taken out for the second out. Kevin Funk guez grounds to shortstop and Funkhouser is thrown out on second for the third out for this inning. Bottom of 5th Jackson Mayo up for the Bolles, hits out to center Brandon Frangione making lineup Max Ferguson steps up, hits shallow to right Mac Forrester is struck out by Gates for the second out. Hunter Barco is walked second. With Paul Kuehn stepping into the box and Funkhouser catching the ball for the third out. Top of 6th This inning Sharks start lineupZach Funkhouser. Funkhouser battles with Hunter Barco but goes out. JP Gates hits to center Bryson Kirksey for second out. Brandon Riera hits grounder to to second and third out. Bottom of 6th Bryson Kirksey hits a chopped ball to third and is Gates walked back to back batters Cal Henrichsen and Will Shepherd. Jack Brady steps up hit to second and out. Connor Stoll hits chopped ball to third and Sharks get the third out at Top of 7th Sharks keeping the Bulldogs to a 3 run lead, but need to step it up to either tie or more to keep this game going. Brandon Frangione steps in the box for the Sharks, hits to third out. Breenon Cross steps up and goes down swinging. 2nd out. Chase Davis steps up to the plate, it's a must to keep it going for the Sharks. Davis struck out for the 3rd out. Bolles take the Win 4 -1.

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June 814, 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 GPA: 4.27 College: PHSC then University of South Florida Planned Major: Mathematics Extracurricular Activities: NHS and Beta Club Most looking forward to: Being a fun math teacher one day like Mrs. Kelton and Mrs. Trowell Who helped along the way: Mrs. Kelton and Mrs. Trowell Most Thankful for: That I've had really great teachers that didn't get mad when I'd throw humor into assignments rather than assignment. GPA: 4.23 College: Florida State University Planned Major: Exploratory Most looking forward to: The opportunities that the future holds Who helped along the way: Parents, family, teachers Most Thankful for: The opportunities I have been given. Olivia Schlum GPA: 4.57 College: University of Florida Law Justin VanCleave GPA: 4.56 College: Florida State University and Statistics. 2018 Valedictorians and Salutatorians Hannah Lindsey Chua Keryth Rowland GPA: 4.69 University of Florida All County Athlete, starter in volleyball, basketball and softball; In tennis district/ regional champion F.W. Springstead High School Weeki Wachee High School Central High School Spring Hill Christian Academy Hernando High School Wider Horizons School Faith Christian Academy Nature Coast Technical High School GPA: 4.71 Florida State Honors College Philosophy Extracurricular Activities: Model United Nations, Springstead Political Initiative (SPI), Na tional Honor Society Most looking forward to : New friendships and working towards a law degree Who helped along the way: My parents Most Thankful for: Family that supported me through school College: Honors College at Boston University Planned Major: English Edu Valedictorian: Joseph Masotti Salutatorian: Briana Morgan Valedictorian: Trista Whiteaker Salutatorian: Victoria Goldner GPA: 4.54 College: PHSC Planned Major: Pediatrician Extracurricular Activities: Cheer, soccer, work, helping/ working with children Who helped along the way: Par ents, teachers, coaches, and a special thanks to my mom and Mr. Fierro! Couldn't of done it without them. Most Thankful for: Having the opportunity to partake in the dual enrollment program that gave me a head start into my future. GPA: 4.5 College: New College of Florida Planned Major: Marine Biology Extracurricular Activities: Marching Band (head drum district champ), National Honor Society (president) Most looking forward to: Learning Sign Language, sailing in tion, and my intended career rehabilitating and restoring coral reefs. Who helped along the way: Coaches, teachers, several other mentors, and most importantly, my amazing Parents. I would not be who or where I am today without these people and I am forever grateful for the impact theyve had on my life. Most Thankful for: Everything in my life thus far, whether positive or negative; without all those experiences, I would not be the individual I am today. I am most thankful, though, for my parents, who love, encourage, and support me in everything I do and do absolutely everything they can to help me succeed. GPA: 4.28 College: Bob Jones University South Carolina Planned Major: Master of Sci ence in Exercise Science Extracurricular Activities: Vol leyball, Basketball, Soccer, X-Country, volunteering at my church as a teacher in Childrens church, volunteer ing in Vacation Bible School, Youth Group Council member, Student Council member Most looking forward to: The experience of being on a col lege campus and experiencing campus life while furthering my education.. Who helped along the way: Many people have helped me along the way including my pastors, my teachers and my friends. My mom has been my biggest supporter and always encour aged me to always do my best and be the best I could be. Most thankful for: My relation ship with God. I am thankful to my parents, my family and friends, and my teachers for always being there with me in the good times, and for helping me when times have been tough. Valedictorian: Ashley Banas Salutatorian: Austin Farmerie GPA: 4.21 Liberty University Virginia Mass Media / Communications Karate, Volunteering and teaching the PreK Kids at my YouTube Videos. Pursuing a degree. I am also excited to explore and live in a new place and see what it forward to making new friends and moving forward to my future. God, my mom, my family and my friends. They have always encouraged me to keep going and have taught me to be the best version of myself. My mom has always been my biggest supporter with everything I do. I am thankful for the uncon ditional love shown for me throughout my whole life. Without God and each person would not be the person that I am today. I am also thank ful for the ability to have an education, because it is the stepping stone for my future. GPA: 4.723 College: University of Florida Planned Major: in Biomedical and Mechani cal Engineering to pursue a career in prosthetics, health technology, and bionic robotics. Extracurriculars: President of National Honor Society, President of Key Club, Sec retary of Interact Club, Sec retary of the Class of 2018, Secretary of the School Ad visory Council, HHS Senior Student Delegate, Academic Team Captain, Envirothon Team Captain, U.S Presi received AA degree from PHSC. What to look forward to: I am very excited to embark on ing my education! I plan to pursue a career in prosthet ics and health technology and, eventually, health care reform. My time at Hernando has taught me so much, and one of the most important factors is that I want to be successful in my future and be able to give back to oth ers and help others. Who has helped you along the way : I am very thankful for my leopard family at Hernan students, and administration have been the most amazing people I could ask for in my life. My family has played such a huge role in my life, I am so thankful for their never ending love and support! What are you thankful for: I'm super thankful for the oppor tunities that this county and HHS have presented to me over the years. We are part of such a loving community and I am so appreciative of all of their support and encouragement! Valedictorian: Alison Pager Salutatorian: Karli Kimbrough Valedictorian: Nicholas Vollmer Salutatorian: Lydia Iravani Valedictorians GPA: Unweighted 4.0 Completed AA degree at PHSC USF Honors Col lege, Pre-Nursing Nursing, Anesthesia sing er-songwriter-guitarist, Phi Theta Kappa, National Honor Society Studying abroad, Parents, brother, aunt and uncles, and friends Endless support and love from my family and friends GPA: Unweighted 4.0 Completed AA degree at PHSC Full Sail Univer sity Computer Animation Parents, Sisters, Family Valedictorian: Magnolia Harper GPA : 3.73 PHSC Com pleting Associates in Arts Degree Several statewide academics competitions for quizzing, spelling, writ ing and Bible, Volleyball and Basketball. Principal Par ents and teachers for all their help cation for Students of Other Languages, with a minor in Womens and Gender study Extracurricular Activities: VP of National Honors Society, aca demic team captain placing 4th at State, Spanish Club scoring superior at State, Thespian State Festival Most looking forward to: A diversity found in a big city Who helped along the way: My family and our IB Coordinator Mr. Imhof Most Thankful for: The IB com munity I was able to be apart of for the last four years, and the close family that it created.

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14 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 Staff and students make their way into the water to begin planting on May 30, 2018 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. Middle schoolers plant for the future BY MICHELLE ELIZABETH SALAZAR HERNANDO SUN WRITER On Wednesday, May 30, 2018 42 Hernando County students planted smooth cordgrass salt marsh plants at a restoration site in Lin da Pedersen Park. Seventh grade students from Gulf Coast Academy of Science and Technology charter school have been growing this marsh grass on cam pus throughout the school year. It was funded by a grant from the Department of Environmental Protec tion, Hernando Environ mental Land Protectors and fundraisers. The money went towards getting supplies to build the nursery, building it, and obtaining equipment such as salt and ph meters as well as for supplies for learning activities. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission donated the original 1,000 plants which were harvested from a donor marsh in Manatee County. This was the 20th anniversary of Last summer, a pondlike nursery was built on school grounds at Gulf Coast Academy of Science and Technology before the students got there. As part of the oceanography section of the curriculum for Mr. Walkers seventh grade science class, a total of 42 students got to participate in this hands on learning experience. The curriculum was modeled after Tampa Bay Watch Grasses in Classes program. Mr. Walkers students grew the plants at school and took turns cleaning algae, adding salt, making mud, putting in trays, testing the water quality as well as monitoring the progress. They learned how to use the instruments as well as about pollution and ecology. project seems to have been very successful since the students received 1000 plants in September and propagated them to 3000. The plants were trans ported from the school that morning and the students were scheduled to begin planting at Linda Pedersen at 10:00 am, however because of the weather it was delayed for about 30 minutes. Mother Nature decided not to play nice and the rain just kept coming. The tide kept rising as the rain poured down. The dedicated students, volunteers, interns and employees pressed on and persevered through the storm, got in the water and planted the grass. Brittany Hall Scharf, Florida Sea Grant Agent, says, The kids were very eager about the proj She also explained that there are two main marsh grasses that are dominant in Hernando CountySmooth cordgrass which is low marsh grass that well and Black needlerush grass which is high marsh grass and does not tolerate They chose to plant smooth cordgrass this year because of the pecking order of the grass. Next school year they will be planting the black needlerush grass. What an exciting way to end the year! Joyce Moreau, owner of Natures Pet Loss in Brooksville IF YOU GO Natures Pet Loss is located at St. Brooksville, FL 34601 352.777.4990 352.661.0130 petwatercrema tion.com NaturesPet Loss/ Also available 24/7 pick up and delivery BY SUE QUIGLEY HERNANDO SUN WRITER L ers a unique method of cremation known as aquamation. Owner Joyce Moreau feels saying goodbye to a beloved family pet is never easy. Its not just about the pet, its also about the pet parents and the grief theyre going through, she explained. I like to be here for the parents day or night. Moreau, who previously worked in the human funeral indus try, launched Natures Pet Loss more than 5 years ago. She said the popularity of pet cremations almost doubles annually as an ever-growing number of pet owners wish to give their animals a take care of your loved ones than the traditional extreme heat of a 1600F requires, she said. as an eco-alternative to burial and cremation. With land for burials cremations that produce chemicals into our atmosphere, aquamation is now seen as the greenest method for after-life care, whether it be for pets or humans. When preparing the body of a pet, clippings of the pets hair, fur or feathers and makes its paw print in soft clay, along with the pets name. The clay is then baked allowing it to harden and given to the owners to cherish. Aquamation can include sters, rabbits, reptiles, felines, dogs any family pet member you can think of, including horses under 400 pounds. Each pet also receives a custom stain less steel tag that stays with the pet at all times throughout the process to main tain the integrity of each pet and that no commingling takes place. The process is called alkaline hydro lysis a method that speeds up the nat ural way a body breaks down. The pet is put in a stainless steel container and placed into the aquama tion chamber followed by warm water mixed with alkaline and heated to 202 about 24 hours and the body breaks down to its natural by-prod ucts of amino acids, sugar, salt, peptides and bones. The next step is drying process. The bones are placed in an environmentally controlled room and air dried from two to seven days. We take extreme measures that each pet and only that pet keeps its integrity at ev ery stage of the process, said Moreau. I person ally guarantee that the pet remains are intact and not commingled. (This is not the case with Florida Statute 497.608) Finally in the process, the remains are then broken down in anoth er controlled environ ment and placed into the urn of the pet owners choice. With the aquamation process, we get at least 20 percent more process from receiving the pet and giving back the remains to the owner may take anywhere from four to seven days. We do not rush the process , she added, Taking our time and caring for the family pet is extremely important to us. prosthetics allowing them to be reused. Microchips and breast im cremation, all would be destroyed or damaged beyond repair. Whats left from the whole aquamation process after only the bones remain is fertile water containing no DNA or RNA, making it completely sterile. cians. Theres also a tastefully furnished viewing chapel where families can gather for a remembrance service. of funeral urns for both pets and humans. Theres also jewelry and keepsakes in all designs, materials and sizes. Very popular now are the biodegradable urns, planted with a small tree or shrub to complete the circle of life. public to feature aquamation, your beloved pet will receive the dignity, compassion and care it deserves from Moreau and her Natures Pet Loss: Service with compassion and care Juncus roemerianus or black needlerush grass Aquamation: A GENTLE, ECOFRIENDLY PET CREMATION A pet paw imprint. Natures Pet Loss has a very large of urns and keep sakes for pets and for humans. The viewing chapel to say a last goodbye.

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Solution to Crossword from page 12: BUSINESS & COMMUNITY June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 15 CLASSIFIEDS Solution to Sudoku from p 18: (puzzle on page 6) SPRING HILL ENRICHMENT CENTER CALENDAR; 10441Quality Drive Spring Hill, Florida 34609 Medical Arts Building Suite #105; Located on the campus of Bayfront Health Spring Hill BROOKSVILLE ENRICHMENT CENTER 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 CALENDAR; 800 John Gary Grubbs Blvd; Brooksville CALENDARS FOR ENRICHMENT CENTERS PLACES OF WORSHIP 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 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 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 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 HELP WANTED NOW HIRING -Welders/Fabricators/ Pipe Fitters -Industrial Painters -Sandblasters -Flux Core Welding Experience -Fabrication Experience Sandblasting Experience 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 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 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) Your creative side is enhanced by indulging yourself in as much artistic inspiration (music, art, dance, etc.) as you can fit into your schedule. Bring someone special along. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Take a little restorative time out of your busy life. Go somewhere quiet this weekend. Or just close the door, turn on the answering machine and pretend youre away. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Your advice might be much in demand by family and friends this week. But reserve time for yourself to investigate a project that could have some unexpected potential. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Work-related issues demand your attention in the early part of the week. Family matters dominate Thursday and Friday. But the weekend is yours to spend as you please. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Try to keep your temper in check as you deal with someone who seems to enjoy showing disrespect. Losing your Leonine cool might be just what the goader hopes to see. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) A heated confrontation needs some cool-off time before it boils over. Better to step away than to try to win an argument where emotions overrule the facts. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Someone very special in your life finally sends that reassuring message youve been hoping for. You can now devote more time to the tasks you had put aside. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Job pressures begin to ease by weeks end, leaving you time to relax and restore your energy levels before you face next weeks emerging challenges. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Your spiritual strength helps calm a friend who might be facing an unsettling change in their life. An offer to help comes from a surprising source. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) By midweek you could learn some surprising facts about an associate that might cause you to reconsider a long-held view about someone in your past. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) One of those rare-for-you darker moods sets in in the early part of the week. But by Thursday, the clouds lift and youre back doing nice things for people in need. 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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 12 4 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 124 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 Pasco Hernando State College. Many locals remember her fondly as their computer program ming instructor at PHSC (then PHCC) back in the 80s! Hernando County Schools Public Infor Jordan, remarked, "Ruth Brinzo was a respect ed math educator who made learning a priority Her students at West Her nando Middle knew she cared about them and that she cared about their suc cess. Tireless and gifted in her work with students, Ruth epitomized what all professional educators aspire to be." Even though Ms. Brinzo had a reputation for being quite stern, she was also known for being highly intelligent, inno vative, and hard-working. She worked long hours to make math interesting and fun. She was always interested in computers and promoted incor porating technology in the classroom. Eventu ally, Ruth trained other teachers on how to utilize computers and tech nology as part of their curriculum. Always innovative and creative, when she taught summer computer camps, Ms. Brinzo organized scavenger hunts for her students at theme parks and colleges. The stu dents were guided around these locations, encour aging them to have fun while learning. Many of her former students took to social media to express con dolences and recount the tales of this amazing woman. Sumter Coun ty Judge Paul Militello recounts, She was a good teacher. She had a reputation of being tough in junior high as I recall. Although I never had her until college. I remember enjoying that college class and she was a lot of fun. Sorry to hear about her passing. Timothy Liguori, another of her former students states, Ms. Brinzo was a brilliant teacher! Even after we moved on to higher grades, she was willing to provide help to guide you through more sophisticated math problem challenges. And Al Stewart says, Mrs. Brinzo was one of my favorite teachers. For me, she had a way of making math easy and somewhat fun. God rest her soul. Another former student, Greg Dill, jokes that because of Ms. Brinzo [I] Did proofs until my With such a long and exemplary career and a reputation of being innovative and creative yet stern to make sure they got it right, Ruth Thomasine Brinzo will surely be missed by many people. She will always be remembered for all the lives she touched over the years. Visit hernandosun.com NEWS VIEWS EVENTS

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By MICHELLE ELIZABETH SALAZAR HERNANDO SUN WRITER Did you know that Her nando County is home to many incredibly talented artists? Take a stroll around The Uptown Art Gallery located inside Brooksville City Hall and you can see for yourself. The City of Brooksville hosts exhibits for all types of artincluding handcrafted jewelry, photography, acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastels, and even sculptures. All local artists are welcome to show off their creative talents at this gallery. The Uptown Gallery was founded in 1998 as a co operative effort between the City of Brooksville and the Hernando Fine Arts Council. City Hall is the perfect location for local and regional artist to display their work. The Gallery hosts five exhibits a year. Each exhibit has a reception that is sponsored in part by the Brooksville Junior Service League and Her nando County Fine Arts Council. All receptions are free and open to the public. Each piece of artwork has the artists information and most are for sale. Former Brooksville city clerk, Karen Phillips, partnered 20 years ago to provide the community with art in public places. They wanted to enhance the arts and the city by creating a place for local artists to display their works. These women had the foresight and forti tude to bring the gallery to fruition and their efforts have made life more interesting and full for the people of Hernan do County. The first art reception was on June 18, 1998. On May 25, 2018 the city celebrated the 20th anniversary of this wonderful gallery. Art Coordinator, Judy McIntire, and her volun teers worked hard getting this latest reception and exhibition together. This current exhibit is the largest one they have had in their 20 year history. City Council member, Joe Bernardini, was in attendance and said a few words about the founders of the gal lery. The reception also included refreshments and live music as well as a live poetry reading by two members of the Just Poets Society, a local group for all poetry lovers. Anyone interest ed in joining the poetry group can show up at the monthly meetings which happen on the second Thursday of each month and are held at the Foggia (West Hernando) Branch Library on Cortez at 3:00 pm. Bring any poetry that you want to share with the group, whether it is your own or someone elses. The Uptown Art Gallery in Brooksville belongs to the people. All ages are encouraged to enjoy and even partic ipate in this inspiring part of local history and culture. is located at 201 Howell 16 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 2018 BUSINESS & COMMUNITY See BRIEFS, Page 17 Blood donors needed As the potential tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico approaches, LifeSouth is ask ing blood donors to help an already strained blood sup ply. Severe rain over the past week has negatively impact ed blood drives, causing a se vere drop in blood donations. Donors are needed now to maintain our communitys blood supply and help our local hospitals. LifeSouth is the sole provider of blood to Oak Hill Hospital, Bayfront Health Brooksville, Bayfront Health Springhill, Seven Rivers Regional Medical Center and Citrus Memorial Hospital. Blood donated with LifeSouth directly helps patients at these hospitals. Those who do not know their blood type or have never donated, now is a great time. Blood donors who have not donated recently are also encouraged to donate, and BUSINESS / COMMUNITY BRIEFS Student artwork on display above. Below: Live entertain ment during at opening night. consider donating platelets. Donors must be at least 17 years old, or 16 with parental permission, weigh a minimum of 110 pounds and be in good health. A photo I.D. is also required. For more informa call 888-795-2707 or visit lifesouth.org Hernando water rates among lowest in the area Recent research shows that Hernando County Utilities Department (HCUD) custom water and wastewater than the surrounding area. On average, nearby residential water and wastewater utility customers pay $87.05 per month for ser vice. In comparison, HCUD customers pay $66.11 per month for similar service. This water rate comparison for a residential water meter was calculated by HCUD under current rates and assumes an average monthly use of 7,000 gallons of water per month (an approximate average water use for utility customers). The chart below compares rates from neigh boring utilities. Contact the HCUD at (352) 754-4037 or visit www.HernandoCounty. us for more information. The Hernando County Housing Authority, in partner ship with Solita's House, will be providing two free FirstTime Homebuyer's Classes. Classes are open to the public and will be held at The ARC Nature Coast Education Cen ter located at 6495 Mariner Boulevard in Spring Hill. on Saturday June 9, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A Span ish only class will be held on Saturday June 23, 2018 Uptown Art Gallery celebrates 20 years Assorted works on display at the Uptown Gallery WARRANT Please Call WANTED or go to

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BUSINESS & COMMUNITY June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 17 BUSINESS / COMMUNITY BRIEFS FROM PAGE 16 LEGAL NOTICES OBITUARIES Argento Helen Rose, age 96 Spring Hill, FL, passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. She is preceded in death by her husband Joe. Src; Brewer O'Neal Verlin E., age 89 of Spring Hill, passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Verlin is survived by his daughters Robin (Pat), Kimberly (Randy);Son-inlaw Steve; 9 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Src; Downing Aiello George, age 75, of Spring Hill, passed on Wednesday, May 30, 2018. Src; Pinecrest Howard Paul Donald passed away on Wednes day, May 30, 2018. He is survived by his wife, Nan cy, and daughters, Debra, Chris, Monica and Amber. Src; Turner Grupe Audrey J. passed away on Thursday, May 31, 2018. Src; Brewer Watson Joseph Alvey, age 90 of Spring Hill, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018. Joseph is survived by his son, Joseph; 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reg istration is required and can be completed at https://soli tashouse.wufoo.com/forms/ m1m4a6b51cd4osl/. Contact Terri Beverly at (352) 7544160 Ext. 3 or TBeverly@ HernandoCounty.us for more information. Greater Hernando County RIBBON CUTTING LA BOR FINDERS June 13, 2018 Time: 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Event Description: Join us for the celebration at the RIBBON CUTTING ceremony for LABOR FIND ERS! Location: 6000 W. Jef ferson Street, Brooksville, FL 34601. Call 352-796-0697 Greater Hernando County RIBBON CUTTING TID AL BREWING COMPANY Date: June 15, 2018 Time: 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Event Description: Please join us for the celebra tion at the RIBBON CUT TING ceremony for TIDAL BREWING COMPANY! Location: 14311 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34609 Call 352-796-0697 Take Your Business From Average to AmazingLunch & Learn Date: June 15, 2018 Time: 11:30 AM 1:00 PM Location: Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce 15588 Aviation Loop Dr Brooksville FL 34604 Contact Information: Lindsay Cacciatore, Event Coordinator Fees/Admission: $15 per person Lunch included Bayfront Health Brooks ville Earns ACR Ultra sound Accreditation Bayfront Health Brooks ville has been awarded a three-year term of accredi tation in ultrasound as the result of an extensive review by the American College of Radiol ogy (ACR). The ACR gold seal of accreditation represents the highest level of image quality and patient safety. It is awarded only to facili ties meeting ACR Practice Parameters and Technical Standards, following a peer-review evaluation by and medical physicists who Image quality, personnel facility equipment, quali ty control procedures and quality assurance programs reported to the ACR Com mittee on Accreditation, which subsequently provides the practice with a compre hensive report that can be used for continuous practice improvement. The ACR, founded in 1924, is a professional medical society dedicated to serving patients and society by empowering radiology professionals to advance the practice, science and profes sions of radiological care. Visit BayfrontBrooks ville.com to learn more about the Diagnostic Imaging Health Brooksville. For an appointment, contact a scheduling specialist at (352) 796-5474. UUCIP Collecting to Help Pets The Unitarian Universalist Church in the Pines is collect ing your old blankets, towels, dog bowls, dog toys, leashes and harnesses to help low/no income families and individu als care for their pet(s). Donations of dog and/or cat food and money to cover pets' medical expenses such as neutering and required annual shots would be also greatly appreciated. Science says people with pets are happier and healthier. Please give to this cause. Call 941932-6351 for more informa tion or to schedule a pick-up. United Way of Hernando County and FamilyWize Help Community Save $1,800,000 on Prescription Medications 21,000 Hernando County Spring Hill, FLJune 4, 2018 United Way of Hernando County and Fami lyWize announced today that Hernando County residents have saved $1,800,000 on prescription medications through the organizations partnership. The results were revealed in their annual Health Impact Report, a and FamilyWize in its joint community initiatives across the country. Key community highlights from the Health Impact Report for Hernando County include: prescription mental health medications savings on all prescription medications ty members helped Rising prescription prices continue to be a major burden for individuals and families in our community, especially if their medications are for mental health or other chron ic illnesses. We consider ourselves advocates for indi viduals struggling to meet the basic needs every household should have access to. said Angie Bonfardino-Walasek, Executive Director/CEO of United Way of Hernando County. Our partnership with FamilyWize enables us to address this issue by to all community members prescription medications. Visit www.familywize.org to download their Apple or Android mobile app, print out the discount card, or simply learn more about the program. The card is also available at the United Way of Hernando County." For more information about United Way of Hernando County, visit www.UnitedWayHer nando.org or call 352-6882026. HOWARD, Paul Donald passed away on May 30, 2018 in the presence of his wife, Nancy Sina Howard at Hospice in Brooksville, Florida after a long illness. Paul was born in Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin on January 23. Paul grew up in Detroit Michigan and attended Redford High School. He enlisted in the Navy and he served as an Air Crewman detecting enemy submarines and a Plane Captain who Aircraft Carriers. Paul went on to graduate from Law Michigan with a Bachelors Degree. Paul worked as a Corporate Accountant for numerous top 500 Compa nies until eventually opening his own Accounting Practice. Paul retired in Spring Hill, Florida in 2001. Paul is the son of Donald Elmer and Vivien Jane (Sandleback) siblings; Gerald, John, Twin sisters, Joan and Jean and brother, Phillip. Paul leaves behind his wife, Nancy Sina Howard, four daughters, Debra, Chris, Monica and Amber, and his Yorkies Winston and Remington. Paul was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars 10209 where he volunteered as an Honor Guard Member, The American Legion where he served as Commander, and Color Guard Member and The Disabled American Veterans. The American Legion Post 186 Riders will escort Paul from The Amer ican Legion Post 186 on Cortez Blvd. at 9:00 a.m. on Friday June 08, 2018 to the Bushnell Veterans Cemetery where he will be interned at 10:00 a.m. All are welcome to attend. There will be a memorial service from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. at The American Legion Post 186. Lunch will be served. FILE NO.: 18-CP-000668 IN RE: ESTATE OF GLORIA L. CHERRY, Deceased. The administration of the trust agreement of GLORIA L. CHERRY, deceased, whose date of death was April 23, 2018, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hernando County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 20 N. Main Street, Brooks ville FL 34601. The names and ad dresses of the personal representa tive 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 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 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 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 8, 2018. Signed on the 4th day of June, 2018. /s/ N. Michael Kouskoutis, Esq. Attorney for Trustee Florida Bar No. 883591 N. Michael Kouskoutis, P.A. 623 East Tarpon A venue Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 Tele phone: 727-942-3631 Email: eserve@nmklaw.com Secondary Email: cindy@nmklaw.com /s/ RUSSELL R. CHERRY Trustee 237 Fountain Court Spring Hill, Florida 34606 (06/08/2018), (06/15/2018) 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) 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) IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: James Airhart (In Pro Per) Petitioner/ Husband, and Kimberly Ann Airhart Respondent/ Wife DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: Kimberly Ann Airhart LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 6235 Sardina Ave Spring Hill, FL 34608 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse whose address is 3341 Power Inn Road Sacramento, CA 95826 on or before _____________. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. The action is asking the Court to decide how the following real or personal property should be divided: Petitioner is requesting equitable distribution of the marital assets, debts and liabilities of the parties, taking into consideration the factors enumerated in Florida Statutes, Section 61.075. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's ments upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Current Mailing and E-Mail Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed or e-mailed to the addresses WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. (06/08/2018), (06/15/2018), (06/22/2018), (06/29/2018) RULE TITLE: Hernando County School District Amended Magnet Program Procedures and Amended Controlled Choice Plan for the 2018-19 School Year PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The Amend ed Magnet Program Procedures and Amended Controlled Choice Plan has been written so families know what the procedures are for Magnet and Choice applications and the parameters for acceptance and continuity of enrollment. It is helpful if parents are aware of Board policies and procedures, along with the rights and responsibilities, surrounding applying for and attending a school outside the assigned attendance zone. SUMMARY OF RULE: Revisions to Hernando County School District Amended Magnet Program Procedures and Amended Controlled Choice Plan that received tentative approval at the 05/29/18 Workshop SPECIFIC AUTHORITY: Section 1001.41; 1001.42; and 1001.43 Florida Statutes. LAW IMPLEMENTED: Sections, .41; .42; 1001.43; and1006.22 Fla. Stat. Additional refer within each policy as applicable. A HEARING HAS BEEN SCHEDULED FOR MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO BE HEARD, ON THE PROPOSED PLANS IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE BOARD BYLAWS AND POLICIES. THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE OF SUCH HEARING IS: June 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the School Street, Brooksville, Florida 34601. IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE RULE WILL BE ADOPTED ON June 26, 2018. DATE AND PLACE NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE DEVELOPMENT PUBLISHED: The notice of the public workshop regarding this plan was published on May 18, 2018 in the Hernando Sun, Hernando County, Florida. This notice is scheduled for publication on June 8, 2018 in the Hernando Sun, Hernando County, Florida. If requested in writing and not deemed unnecessary by the agency head, a rule development workshop will be noticed in the Hernando Sun and the Boards website. Any person requiring a special accommodation to participate in the meetings above noticed because of a disability should contact call 352-797-7000, 48 hours in advance of the meeting to make appropriate ar rangements. If any person appearing before the School Board anticipates or expects that he or she might appeal any decision made by the School Board, that person will need a record of the proceedings, and that for such purpose, that person will need to insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. The Agency does not anticipate any the adoption of this rule will (1) have an adverse impact on small business; or (2) directly or indirectly increase regulatory costs in excess of within 1 year after the implementation of the rule. Any person who wishes to provide information regarding a state ment of estimated regulatory costs, or provide a proposal for a lower cost regulatory alternative must do so in writing within 21 days of this notice. THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED FOR INFORMATION OR TO SUBMIT QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PROPOSED RULE IS: Angela Kennedy, Supervisor of School Choice 352-797-7000 Hernando Schools are available at: http://www.hernandoschools.org A copy of the proposed rule is available by contacting the individual School board agendas are published online at: http://hernandocounty school.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default. aspx (06/08/2018) Notice is hereby given that Gregory Boehling and Robert Jordan co-owners, desiring to engage in Construction 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. (06/08/2018) Notice is hereby given that Andrea Pascucci, owner, desiring to engage in business under the 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. (06/08/2018) Notice is hereby given that Lorie Miller, owner, desiring to engage in business under the Design Times Studio located in San ford, Florida (online business) 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. (06/08/2018) FLORIDA CASE NO.: 18000664CPAXMX; PROBATE DIVISION; IN RE: ESTATE OF DONALD ALAN MANDEL, JR., Deceased. The administration of the estate of Donald Alan Mandel, Jr., deceased, whose date of death was April 27, 2018, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hernando County, Florida, Pro bate Division, the address of which is 20 North Main Street, Brooksville, Florida 34601. The name and ad dress 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 8, 2018. Attorney for Personal Representative: ANTHONY ELIA TABASSO, ESQUIRE Florida Bar No.: 567401 2744 East Commercial Boulevard Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308 Telephone: (954) 290-4949 Fax: (800) 540-8997 Email Service: anthonyy15@yahoo.com Personal Representative: JANIS MANDEL 510 W. Moyamensing Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19148 (06/08/2018), (06/15/2018) granddaughters; 1 great grandson, and 2 great great grandchildren. Src; Downing Atchison Vivian Marie, age 91, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018. She is prede ceased by her husband, Calvin and her grandson Chris. She is survived by her daughters LaVonne (Mike) and Sharon (Jamie); 2 granddaughters, and 4 great-grandchildren. Src; Brewer ronica, passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018. Src; Turner Brentari Alyce R. age 83 of Brooksville passed away on Friday, June 1, 2018. Alyce is the survived by her daughter Colleen and 1 granddaughter. Src; Turner Rockwell Fred, age 77, of Spring Hill passed away on Saturday, June 2, 2018. He is survived by his wife Co lette, 5 children; Christine (Edward), Karen, Brian R, Colette (Keith), Scott; and 7 grandchildren. Src; Brewer

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OPINION June 814, 2018 hernandosun.com HERNANDO SUN 19 Progressive playbook is Maa-style racketeering The First Amendment to our Constitution protects our right to freedom of speech. This has been a hallmark of the USA since its inception. The progressive move ment is insidiously attacking it. Unlike the traditional liberals who believed in debating ideas to reach logical and rational decisions, the progressives rely on the ends and eliminate the other side any way necessary. The goal is for their elite cohorts to gain total control of virtually everything. Accomplishing that free speech has to be replaced by politically correct, group think. We have clearly seen this process on college campuses. Any student or speaker who has non-progressive views is shouted down, humiliated or physically attacked. Professors holding traditional viewpoints in universities on average are less than 10% of all professors. These few tradition alists understand the precarious position and self-censoring needed to keep their positions. Our politically correct media are progressive advocates who create false narratives to push their elite agenda. The selection and perspective taken are always highlighted to demonstrate the positives of the progressive propo nents and negatives of everyone else. The traditional side is labeled as racist, intolerant, mean spirited, statements to destroy their credi bility and personal character. Their personal life is investigated and exposed to eliminate them from the stage. Media bias is part of the pro gressive strategy. Publix, a large supermarket corporation, had the audacity to give money to Adam Putnam, a candidate for governor who supports the NRA. Even though Publix announced it would suspend political contri butions the media still featured a Die-In protest in Publix. This was produced and directed by the progressive darling, David Hogg, and supporters of Parkland school shooting fame. The inclusion of this Die in after Publixs capitulation was to solidify Hoggs credentials, additionally it was a statement or warning to other corporations to follow the group-think script or else. Rosanne Barr, a top money making television sitcom actress, was cancelled like lightning after her stupid Tweet about an Obama administration advisor. This incident clearly demonstrated the medias double standard. When many others: Joy Behar of The View said Christianity is like a a severed head of Trump, Ma donna spoke of wanting to blow up the Whitehouse, and many others made slanderous statements about repercussions. The hit men to keep everyone in line are political media dons. Reverend Jesse Jackson shook down corporations to donate to the Rainbow Coalition or they would be attacked as racist. Lois Lerner, Internal Revenue Service, refused Tea Party organization eliminating groups countering Obama and investigated donors who supported tice department, pursued corpora tions with the full force of the law. The business would be found guilty of an obscure ruling and would be to promote a progressive cause. Now the corporations, like the Wisdom, knowledge two dierent things A year ago my grandson, Maestro, graduated from High School. It took two hours and thirteen min utes for the ritual. Most of that were people on stage talking to the students. One girl, the Valedictorian I think, talked for so long and in such a way that we the audience kept thinking she was done. Like everyone conclusions in her speech, and so we applauded over and over, with gradually less intensity of course. And thats why when she while before anyone started clapping. We didnt know. I am not a fan of ritual, and so the whole thing was torture to me. When we myself with the knowledge that it would be a whole year before I had to do this again. I dont know where the year went, but a couple of weeks ago my granddaugh ter, Sneaks, graduated from High School. It, too, was full of speeches, and Im reminded of a book I read about the 1860s when poli four or more hours. People could tolerate it then because they didnt have TV or cell phones. Such oratory bloat was their entertainment. It took us another thirty minutes to get out of the quagmire of six-twenty and got home at But it wasnt over. The next night was her gradua food, all home cooked, and a lot of people. But I am also not a party guy: I have about ten minutes worth and then I want to go home at ten-forty. While this is only the be century, I am nevertheless disappointed that gradua Every member of the fac ulty, and every student, par ent, grandparent, sibling, and friend should be able to don 3-D glasses and at tend a virtual ceremony like be orchestrated with pomp and circumstance, with the audience clicking to clap, and students maneuvering their gown-clad characters to receive their diplomas, and what fun it would be to see if they can all toss their cyber hats in the air at the catching a cold from all the strangers around you and being able to get up from the bathroom whenever I want. I deem boring, I am most impressed and proud of my two older grandchildren: Maestro joined the Air Force, and Sneaks is going to be a nurse. There are few nobler pursuits. And yes, I do console be six years before I have can only hope that those six years dont pass as fast as this last one. Anyway, Chickweed (she has several nicknames) I ing High School. But youll before nobody cares about you do from now on. Good choices (not luck) to you. Love, Papa. GOOFY STUFF By VINCENT CARDEGIN When it comes to having spiritual wisdom, its not how much we know but how much we understand. Its one thing to have bags of information seeds stacked up in the barn of our mind, but more impor tantly, how many seeds have been planted and nurtured to take root within our heart? The devil and all of his helpers have worlds of spiritual knowl edge but they do not allow it to penetrate their conscience and change who they are. Likewise, humans can also learn and accumulate information and then select what they believe because each person has been given the gift of free will. So, when it comes to spiritu we read about how to live a victorious Christian life does not mean we will automatically be converted into a victorious overcomer. We must absorb His Word through our brain and into our spirit all the while learning how to surrender our will and discipline our flesh. Whew! These powder-puff sermons about strolling through storehouses of blessings are deceiving, to say the least. In reality, the true Christian life is not easy, in fact, the more serious we become the more difficult it will be. If we are gen uinely born again, our spirit is connected with Gods Spirit and we have a wonderful opportu nity to channel His energy into our being. If we can prevent our old corrupt nature from talking us out of it, we can be saved from ourselves but its going to take a burning passion and a total commitment. Being a follower of Jesus means we are accepting a golden oppor tunity to transform the way we think which will literally change who we are. Persistence and stubborn ness can be good if we can incorporate them into following Christ. Yes, being stubborn for God can be considered as faith, however, being stubborn against God is an attitude of rebellion. He appreciates and blesses us for being persistent but when He tells us no and we still keep pushing forward, we have fallen into disobedience and rebellion. There have been times in my life when I did not know whether to stop believing or to keep proceeding. Have you ever felt that way? Ive had doors slammed in my face and my share of disappointment, but I kept knocking even to the point of trying to force them open with a bulldozer. To say the least, this is not always the right way to proceed. Maybe God never intended for them to open and our demolition at including the misery and dis couragement from resentment and confusion. To understand if the dark-side is working against us or if the Lord is directing us we need discernment which comes from seeking Gods still small voice with all of our heart. Its also important to make sure we know our direction. Pray and research thoroughly before you move. If you are standing in a crossroad and not sure where to go, do something positive while you are waiting for His confirmation. If youve been praying for a long time and have not heard anything, I once heard someone say, while waiting for a door to open, praise Him in the hall way. If you are really serious, you can declare a personal fast in order to become more spiritually sensitive. There is no need to broadcast this on social media or tell everyone 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 Cyber Hats 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. small, local shops of the past, pay protection mon ey and rationalize it as the cost of doing business. Proposition 8Defense of Marriage proposal in California 2008, stat ed that only marriage between a man and a woman is valid. After the voters approved the proposal the progressives staged a massacre of all supporters of Proposition 8. They published the names of anyone who gave money to help pass the law. These donors were personally and vi ciously attacked and many lost their positions. The state of Utah was boycot ted, websites sprung up to make emotional appeals for voters to alter their vote. Churches who were pro Proposition 8 were labeled as homophiles. This scorched earth rack eteering policy shut down enough voting supporters of the vote to reverse the results of Proposition 8. The progressive strate gy is to intimidate anyone who is considered a po tential rival by making an Anyone who challenges progressive ideology will be personally targeted and annihilated. When a person surrenders and plays ball they are pro tected and can become clandestine members of the ruling gang. Paying up by supporting and saying the right things is simply extortion to stay in business. The blatant racketeer ing of the progressive movement should be an insult to every free dom-loving citizen of the United States. These banana republic tactics are meant to frighten us to self-censor our First Amendment rights. Instead, Americans have to do their duty to listen and forcefully voice their opinions. Citizens need to stand up and utilize our Free dom of Speech even if power and money to illustrate these brutal uses of power. Only fearless patriots can salvage our exceptional republic from style thugs. See HOLLAND, Page 20

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you see. By the way, fasting is not always be the denial of other activities along with dedicating quiet time alone with Him. When you discover all of the basic fundamentals and requirements that are associated with your goals, you may realize you are simply not ready to proceed with your goals at this time or maybe not at all. Yes, God can move mountains but He does not put the cart before the horse or force you to cooperate. He can influence others, give you favor, and present opportunities but most of the time, its our diligence and perse verance that helps us to be in the position to press forward. He is preparing a path for you behind the scenes that can utilize your strengths and will be a perfect fit for you. However, our obedi ence and patience are critical factors as we follow His plans and not our own. Dr. Holland is a Christian minister, author, and community outreach, chaplain. Read more at billyhol landministries.com 20 HERNANDO SUN hernandosun.com June 814, 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 e Hernando Sun adopts two cats By JULIE B. MAGLIO HERNANDO SUN WRITER (and publisher) Weve heard that June is adopt a cat month. Back in March, The Hernando Sun newspaper adopted two 10 month old cats from the SPCA over in Brooksville. We were just going to adopt one cat, but they informed us that the cat we picked had a twin brother and we ended up with two. We have named them Joseph Jo-Jo Pulitzer and William Willy Randolph Hearst in honor of the newspaper moguls that revolutionized the news paper industry through yellow (sensational) jour nalism at the end of 19th century. Pulitzer and Hearst havent been much help in advising us on yellow journalism or newspaper related tasks in general but, they do provide much comic relief. Hearst was thinking about taking up photography at the paper, but found the camera strap to be of more interest than the camera. They cant really seem to stay awake while on the computer either. Like the real Pulitzer and Hearst, owners of the rival newspapers The New York World and The New York Journal respectively, American Legion Auxiliary, Charles E. Murray Unit 186 in Brooksville recently presented scholarships to graduating seniors. F.W. Springstead High School senior Chelsey Jones was awarded a $500.00 Edu cation Scholarship. Nature Coast Technical High School graduating senior and Valedictorian Oliv ia Schlum-Hughes was awarded a $500.00 Educa tion Scholarship. Central High School graduating senior Dina Tamburrino was presented a $500.00 Past Presidents Parley Scholarship. Pictured with Auxiliary Education Chair Lynda Anderson are Chelsey Jones and Olivia Schlum-Hughes. Not pic tured is Dina Tamburrino. Auxiliary Awards scholarships Pictured from left are: Lynda Anderson, Auxil iary Education Chair and Chelsea Jones, 2018 graduate of Springstead High School BELOW from left are: Lynda Anderson, Auxiliary Educa tion Chair and Chelsea Jones, 2018 graduate of NCT, Olivia Schlum-Hughes our Pulitzer and Hearst are quite competitive. If Pulitzer is using the facil ities, Hearst will position himself on top of the litter box to get a good swat in while his brother is doing his business or pounce upon him as he exits. Pulitzer cannot let Hearst get the upper hand and this will result in a high speed as well as personal attacks (mostly aimed at the neck). All in all our two cats here at The Hernando Sun keep our spirits high and we can now proudly tout ourselves as having a Pulitzer and a Hearst. Now what other newspaper can say that? Now are you wondering where you can get your own helpful kitty or two? Here are some options: Brooksville SPCA: 9075 Grant St, Brooksville (352) 596-7000 Hernando County Animal Services: 19450 Oliver St. Brooksville (352) 796-5062. Humane Society of the Nature Coast: 7200 Mobley Rd, Brooksville (352) 796-2711 Pulitzer, can't stay awake while on the computer. BOTTOM: Pulitzer helping out with renewal notices. ABOVE: Our yellow journal ists, Pulitzer and Hearst. RIGHT: Hearst has a go at photography, but can't get past the strap.