The Laker

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The Laker
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Laker (Land O'Lakes, Fla.)
Diane Kortus ( publisher )
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Land O'Lakes, FL
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Began in 1982.
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Janet Gillis, publisher.
General Note:
"It's not Wednesday til you read The Laker."

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Commission Chairman Mike Moore brought the issue to commissioners at their May 23 meeting in New Port Richey. He said he had received a complaint from a Land O Lakes resident whose daughter was cited for on-street parking while she was home during the Christmas holiday. Commissioner Mike Wells said he also has heard similar complaints. Kris Hughes, the countys director of planning and development, said parking permits also become an issue for residents during road-paving projects. We have multiple examples of the problem, Hughes said. Current code requires that residents pay $30 for a parking permit, with the permits limited to four days a year. There are no restrictions on the number of vehicles that can be included in the permit. Depending on circumstances, fines for violations generally are $15 and $35. However, fines can be as high as $250, plus community service, if the illegal parking creates a public hazard. While waiting for an ordinance to end the residential parking permits, county commissioners took an interim step. They administratively agreed to increase the residential permits from four days to 365 days a year. About 300 permits are issued annually, with the county collecting more than $10,500 in revenues, Hughes said. In 2016, the Pasco County Sheriffs Office issued nearly 2,300 citations for all parking violations, generating about $280,000 in revenues. About 43 percent of citations, and about 90 percent of the revenues, were for illegally parking in spots reserved for disabled persons. About 33 percent of citations, and less than 6 percent in revenues, were for parking on local, subdivision streets without a permit. Pasco looks to lift residential parking rule Gov. Rick Scott signed an $83 billion budget for 2018 and used his veto pen to slash nearly $22 million earmarked for Pasco County projects. In total Scott struck out nearly $410 million from local projects across Florida. Pasco lost about $15 million for a new interchange to connect Overpass Road with Interstate 75, and $4.3 million for the Thomas Varnadoe Forensic Center for Education and Research. The interchange would be a major link in providing more access to Wesley Chapel and east Pasco, where residential and commercial development is booming. A groundbreaking and dedication ceremony was held in May for the Adam Kennedy Forensics Field, located in Land O Lakes, near the planned forensic center. The body farm and forensic center would become the seventh in the nation to study body decomposition as a tool in solving crimes, and identifying victims of murder or other trauma. The forensic center is planned jointly with Pasco County, the Pasco County Sheriffs Office, Pasco-Hernando State College and the University of South Floridas Institute for Forensics and Applied Science. Two budget items totaling nearly $1 million to clean out and repair the countys culverts, and ease the threat of flooding are gone as well. The Pasco County Fair Association also lost about $860,000 for proposed upgrades to the Pasco County Extension Office. And, Saint Leo University wont get $4 million for a proposed Florida Hospital Wellness Center. Scott had a joint press conference on June 2 with Speaker of the House Richard Corcoran, a Republican from Land O Lakes, Pasco projects axed by Gov. ScottTampa Bay area transportation talk gets a rebootState highway officials kicked off a regional discussion on the future of transportation in Tampa Bay with more than 100 people from Hillsborough, Pinellas, Hernando, Polk and Pasco counties. The initial workshop for what is dubbed, Tampa Bay Next, was at the Bryan Glazer Jewish Community Center in Tampa on May 24. During the next two years, the Florida Department of Transportation will schedule more workshops, meetings and community outreach events in all areas of the region to get input on how to solve gridlock on the areas highways. By late 2019, state transportation officials expect to present the details of a new road project that will replace the controversial Tampa Bay Express, or TBX. That project called for nearly 90 miles of new toll lanes on Interstate 275 from St. Petersburg to Wesley Chapel, and along Interstate 4 to Plant City and south on Interstate 75 to Manatee County. The TBX project met with strong resistance from residents of neighborhoods in and around downtown Tampa. Pasco Countys elected officials and chambers of commerce, however, strongly supported the TBX as a relief to traffic congestion and a potential impetus for future economic growth. Tampa Bay Next, at least initially, will deal with expectations, not details. Were going to focus on our ideal vision, said Andrea Henning, executive director of Collaborative Labs at St. Petersburg College. Tonight is more about listening. The company will facilitate community work sessions for the state transportation department in efforts to reach consensus on what Tampa Bay Next will bring to the table. Six working groups will focus on local issues. Those groups will cover Pasco/Hernando counties; North and West Hillsborough County; Downtown/East Tampa; Westshore/West Tampa/South Tampa; Pinellas County; and East Hillsborough/ Polk County. Participants broke out into 20 discussion groups that reported back with broad-stroke views on the areas future transportation needs, and wants. Suggestions included: Integrated multi-modal system Connect people to jobs Reliable trip times Complete streets Automated, connected and electric vehicle systems Better bicycle mobility Urban freeway removal Ensuring that communities are not broken apart One woman put in a plug for her pet peeve: She wants all bus stops to come with shaded cover. Others spoke about a sense of urgency in coming up with answers. There were also skeptics who dont trust the state transportation department, in light of the battle over TBX. We need to work together, said Danielle Moran, public involvement manager with HNTB Corporation, which is consulting with the Tampa Bay Next. But, she added, We know its going to take time to build trust. She got a round of boos when she brought up toll lanes. Express lanes are one of the options on the table, Moran said. Were happy to talk with you about other options. A second breakout session focused on four issues: safety, multi-model choices, technology and funding/policy. Participants later voted electronically for their top priorities in each category, choosing from a list of 10 options. Priorities included: Designing streets to focus on peoples safety, not vehicles KATHY STEELE Pasco launches new alert systemPasco County has launched a new system called Alert Pasco, which allows residents to be notified of emergencies, such as wildfires and hurricanes. Residents can sign up for the alerts by using the countys mobile application, MyPasco. Pasco County officials introduced this new mass notification tool at a press conference in New Port Richey on May 31, one day before the start of hurricane season. This allows us to put out information in FILE


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City Manager Steve Spina said the arrangement mirrors the one Zephyrhills has with the East Pasco Family YMCA, in which the city owns the building property, but outsources programming and facility management. Councilman Lance Smith was enthusiastic about the concept. Having a professional firm that knows what theyre doing and can operate it properly is the way to go, in my mind, Smith said. The planned Zephyrhills Tennis Center will be located on 4.7 acres of donated land at The District at Abbotts Square, a new real estate development situated north of Dean Dairy Road and west of Simons Road. Renderings unveiled in November show the estimated $2.19 million project includes 10 courts of which eight are clay and two are hard surface. Plans also show three mini-courts and one exhibition court, built to U.S Tennis Association (USTA) professional standards. The complex also is expected to feature a pro shop, a multifunctional community room, and two office spaces. Recreation impact fees from The District at Abbotts Square and other developments will be used to finance most of the the facilitys construction costs, city officials say. But, additional frills such as a clubhouse and observation deck would likely need to be financed by the city and other funding sources, including, USTA grants, Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grants, Penny for Pasco, and partnerships with Pasco County Parks and Recreation, and Pasco County Tourism. Once operational, memberships will be required to access the facility. However, Zephyrhills residents will get a price break. Officials believe the tennis center could become a national draw for college and USTA-sanctioned events. Meantime, the facility is expected to be named the Sarah Vande Berg Memorial Tennis Center, after the former Zephyrhills FILE Firm selected to manage planned tennis centerFILE Get all your favorite local news stories online TheLaker / LutzNews


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I was doing it for a graduation present for him, but then I just decided I was going to enter it into the contest, said Hernandez, who just won the 2017 Congressional Art Competition sponsored by U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis. The winning art was selected by a panel of judges with the Pasco Fine Arts Council, according to a news release from Bilirakis office. There were more than 30 entries from high school students across Floridas 12th congressional district. Hernandez entered a pencil drawing of an unknown Confederate soldier. It was based on a photograph of an 1860s tin-type that the young woman from Dade City found through an online search. The portrait combines two of her interests. Im really interested in history; thats what I want to study in college, particularly U.S. History, particularly war history like the (U.S.) Civil War, the Revolutionary War, Hernandez said. And, she loves art, too enjoying it since she was around 5 years old. Hernandez said it took about 15 hours to complete the portrait of the soldier. I tend to be a perfectionist. Even though I feel like something is finished, Ill come back the next day and Ill be like, No. And, Ill work on it some more, she said. Getting the shading on the Civil War soldiers coat was particularly challenging, she said. I love to do faces and portraits, but I have a harder time with fabrics in the folds and things like that, Hernandez said. The portrait is pretty much an exact drawing of the photograph. Its a little awkward in some places because tintypes often are awkward in the way the people in the photos are positioned, Hernandez said. When you look at my drawing, it doesnt seem to be completely realistic his form. But, thats really because thats what that looks like. It looks awkward, she said. She was taught at home through her early years by her mother, Cheryl, who also happens to be an artist. 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The practice is known for its health benefits and clarity of thoughts, and participants can try it themselves. For information, call (813) 273-3652, or visit SENIOR CENTERThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will offer these upcoming events:  June 9 at 1 p.m.: Bay Area Legal Services will discuss advanced planning for finances.  June 12 at 11 a.m.: ABC Weatherman Ivan Cabrera will discuss what goes on behind the scenes.  June 14 at 1 p.m.: Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services will discuss the importance of vitamin B-12.  June 17 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.: Father’s Day Dance. Everyone can wear crazy hats and socks. RSVP by June 9. For information, call (813) 264-3804.GREEK FESTIVALThe Tarpon Springs Merchant’s Association will host its Opa Palooza Greek Festival June 9 from noon to 9 p.m., June 10 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and June 11 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., along Dodecanese Boulevard on the Sponge Docks in Tarpon Springs. There will be a food court at 615 Hope St. The event also will have live music, dancing, seminars, workshops, spirits, a kids’ play area with games, and more. For information, call Suzanne King at (727) 322-5217. CONTAINER GARDENINGUF/IFAS Pasco Extension will offer “Colorful Container Gardening” June 10 from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. Participants can learn how to plant flowers, foliage and herbs in containers, and watch them grow. Admission is free, but registration is required online at’S CAFChrist’s Caf at Harvester United Methodist Church, 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes, serves free hot meals every Saturday from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. For information, call (813) 948-2311.PAINTING TUTORIALThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 W. Lutz-Lake Fern Road, will offer “Modern Masterpieces,” presented by Ashley’s Art Assembly, June 10 at 3 p.m., for grades six to 12. Participants (limit 20) will be guided through a painting tutorial. Canvas, paint and brushes will be provided. For information, call (813) 2733652, or visit BASHThe Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host “Play, Make, Discover: Bubble Bash” June 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:15 a.m., for toddlers and preschoolers. For information, call (813) 929-1214.ATTRACTING POLLINATORSUF/IFAS Pasco Extension will offer “Attracting Pollinators to Your Garden” June 10 at 10 a.m., at the Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St. Participants can learn what elements are needed in the garden to attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Admission is free, but registrations is required online at LEGION MEETINGLutz-Land O’ Lakes American Legion Post 108 will meet June 10 at 9 a.m., at the Harvester United Methodist Church, 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O’ Lakes. This is the last meeting of the season. The next meeting will be Sept. 9, at which time newly elected officers will be installed. For information, call Lyle Watson at (813) 996-5917.SINGIN’ IN THE RAINTampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa, will show “Singin’ in the Rain” June 11 at 3 p.m. After the film, University of South Florida film professor Harriet Deer will lead a short discussion of the movie, with a question-and-answer session. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for theater members. For information, visit MEETINGThere will be a committee planning meeting for the Lutz 4th of July Parade and Celebration at the Old Lutz School, 18819 U.S. 19, June 12 at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in helping with the event can attend. Vendor booths are still available to rent. For information, email Cheryl Benton at GLASS PAINTINGThe Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Ave., will offer a do-it-yourself wine glass painting class June 12 at 6:30 p.m., for adults (limit 20 participants). Register at the Ask Me Desk, or call (813) 273-3652 and ask for the Keel library.NATIVE PLANT SOCIETYThe Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society will meet June 13 at 7 p.m., at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The guest speaker will be Arian Farid on “All About Fungi.” Farid will give a brief overview of the diversity of kingdom fungi, how it functions, and its ecological role in relation to plants. There also will be light refreshments and a native plant drawing. For information, call Sandy Vanno at (727) 2071853. MAKE A BRACELETThe Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will offer a bracelet-making class as part of its Teen Build a Better World program June 13 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for grades eight to 12. Participants can learn the Japanese art of kumihimo (weaving silk cords) to make a bracelet. Registration is required by calling (813) 929-1214.BOOK CLUBThe New River Library, 34043 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills, will host the Summer Book Club June 14 at 2 p.m., for a discussion of Kristin Hannah’s “The Nightingale.” Copies of the book are available at the reference desk. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. 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A general surgeon will discuss the transition from laparoscopic to robotic surgery, the current and future uses of robotics, and its benefits, such as shorter recovery time. Admission is free. To register, call (813) 443-2046.BIRTH CENTER TOURSt. Joseph’s Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer a birth center tour in its Labor & Delivery Unit June 11 at 1 p.m., for the entire family. There will be an orientation program along with the tour. Admission is free. To register, call (813) 443-2046.AGE-FIGHTING FOODSHumana, 7920 Gall Blvd., in Zephyrhills, will offer “Foods to Fight Effects of Aging and Healthy Cooking Demo” June 12. There will be a Nutrition Talk at 11:30 a.m., with Rhea Paul, Humana health educator. Paul will discuss superfoods that may help fight the effects of aging, including dark chocolate. The cooking demonstration will be at 12:30 p.m., with Chef Jennifer Wead. Wead will prepare a meal with some superfoods, followed by tastings and refreshments. For information, call (813) 780-7300.WEIGHT-LOSS SURGERYMorton Plant North Bay Hospital, 6600 Madison St., in New Port Richey, will have a weight-loss surgery information session June 12 at 5:30 p.m. To preregister, call (727) 953-6877, or visit & WEIGHTLIFTINGFlorida Hospital Wesley Chapel will offer a free “Women and Weightlifting” lecture June 13 at 6 p.m., in the Health & Wellness Center. Topics will include the benefits of weight training and the misconceptions of the weight room. For information and to register, call (844) 504-9378.BREAST CANCER SUPPORTOak Hill Hospital will host “Afternoon Tea with the Ladies” June 13 at 3:30 p.m., in the hospital cafeteria, 11375 Cortez Blvd., in Spring Hill, for those newly diagnosed with breast cancer. For information, call Cheryl Whitman at (352) 597-6130. To register, call (352) 597-6333.PROSTATE CANCER SUPPORTFlorida Cancer Affiliates, 3611 Little Road in Trinity, will offer the “Man to Man” prostate cancer support group June 13 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Topics will include early detection, signs and symptoms, prognosis, disease stages, incontinence, impotence, treatment options and the latest research. Anyone who has been touched by any form of cancer can attend. For information, call Dennis Brown at (727) 203-6713.BEREAVEMENT SUPPORTGulfside Hospice will offer a new eightweek bereavement support group for those coping with the loss of a loved one starting June 13. The group will meet weekly, on Tuesdays, at 3 p.m., at Gulfside’s Bereavement and Community Outreach Center, 6230 Lafayette St., in New Port Richey.For information and to register, call Kelly Cavagnetto at (727) 845-5707.COLORECTAL CANCERThe Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St., will offer a Lunch & Learn seminar on colorectal cancer awareness June 15 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. A community education specialist from Moffitt Cancer Center will share information on health-related issues. A light lunch will be served. Reserve a seat by calling the library at (813) 780-0064.WELLCOME OM CENTERA groundbreaking took place for the WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center at 4242 Lake in the Woods Drive in Spring Hill. The center’s goal will be to provide instruction and guidance on how to achieve successful outcomes in all aspects of living. The center’s vision statement is: WellCome OM is a “collective effort of conscious energies to awaken, educate, nurture and heal. Herein lies a combination of exceptional talent, wisdom and skill in order to make a positive difference where totality of health is the goal,” according to a news release. WellCome OM will have three buildings to include an auratorium, yoga exercise studio with a demonstration kitchen, and a wellness center. There also will be flower and butterfly gardens, organic vegetable and herb gardens, a greenhouse and aquaponics system, nature paths, play areas for children, and more. Natalya Musallam has been named executive administrative assistant for the project. For information and questions, contact Musallam at (352) 606-2937.NAMI SUPPORT GROUPSThe Pasco County Chapter of NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) offers two types of support group meetings each month. The NAMI Connection Recovery Support Group is a structured closed group, open only to those with a mental illness diagnosis. This group is for individuals age 18 and older, interested in the recovery process, sharing coping skills, and being with others who understand the daily challenges of living with a mental illness. Local meetings are the second and fourth Friday of the month from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at Atonement Lutheran Church, 29617 State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel. The NAMI Family Support Group is for family members and caregivers of someone with a mental illness diagnosis. The family group also meets at Atonement Lutheran Church the first and third Tuesday of the month from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For information, visit & BALANCE CLASSESSilver Sneaker strength and balance classes take place every Wednesday at 9 a.m., and every Friday at 10:30 a.m., in The Groves Golf and Country Club Civic Center in Land O’ Lakes. The low-impact classes for men and women are designed to improve flexibility and balance, which helps prevent falls, broken hips and more. The classes are free to Silver Sneakers members and $5 for non-members. For information, contact Tom Marbell at (352) 409-2984.OAK HILL HOSPITAL ANNOUNCES GRADUATESOak Hill Hospital has announced the 2017 class of Graduate Medical Education Program Internal Medicine residents:  Fatima Agha, Ross University School of Medicine  Salli Aziz, Mania University Faculty of Medicine  Lakshpaul Chauhan, Ross University School of Medicine  Venkatesh Gupta Cheetirala, Gandhi Medical College and Hospital, Secunderabad  Farrah Chilet, University of Sharjah College of Medicine  Rania Godil, Dow International Medical College  Alexander Gutierrez, St. George’s University  Arshad Iqbal, Jinnah Sindh Medical University  Salman Masood, Deccan College of Medical Sciences  Adeeb Mustafa, Spartan Health Sciences University School of Medicine  Salaah Siddiqui, Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine  Zaid Tabbaa, Jordan University of Science and Technology Faculty of Medicine  Nour Tlimat, University of Sharjah College of Medicine  Fahad Zafar Allama, Iqbal Medical College Oak Hill Hospital appoints 15 new residents each year. 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After becoming dependent on prescription pain pills, Wayne began to look for alternative treatments to ease his pain. After reading about the positive affects other vets reported after setting up aquariums, Wayne started his first marine fish tank in 2009. He soon discovered that his fish tank was emotionally soothing and helped take his mind off his pain. My first tank was 125 gallons I called it my basic training tank, said Wayne. And soon I was on to my second tank at 225 gallons, and then a third tank at 500 gallons. As he immersed himself in his new hobby, Wayne met many people who helped him learn about fish and aquariums, and began assisting friends and family set up their own up aquariums. Today, Wayne shares his knowledge with customers at What's In Your Tank, a unique specialty store that sells both fresh and saltwater fish, aquariums and tank accessories. The store is co-owned by Susan Ingold, owner of S & R Clown Fish, a clown fish breeder and Land O Lakes resident who Wayne met through the Tampa Bay Reef Club. Susan found our location here off of Bell Lake Road, and we opened our shop in March, said Wayne. The store has 800 gallons of water for saltwater fish, including a live marine tank, and 400 gallons for tropical freshwater fish. People are often stunned to walk into our store and find such a wide variety of beautiful, healthy fish, said Wayne. Its unusual to find both tropical and marine fish in a specialty store like ours.About 70 percent of the stores customers set up freshwater tanks because they are less expensive to set up and maintain than saltwater tanks. 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Proudly WelcomingJenny Buck, MD, FACOG Obstetrics and Gynecology of Trinity is pleased to welcome Dr. Buck to our team of physicians. Our skilled and friendly team provides high quality, comprehensive and personalized medical care for women in all stages of life. Services include routine gynecological and pregnancy care, family planning and surgical procedures. Our physicians are especially skilled in the areas of minimally invasive surgical procedures, including those utilizing the daVinci robot. We are located on the campus of Medical Center of Trinity, just 15 minutes west of the Suncoast Expressway on State Road 54. Reut Bardach, MD, FACOG Nay Hoche, MD Dr. Buck earned her medical degree from Michigan State University. She was Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2009 and specializes in roboticassisted gynecological surgery. 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Second-grade scholars and Pasco County master gardeners tended to a garden throughout the school year, and were able to partake in their fruits of labor.GODDARD SCHOOL OPEN HOUSEThe Goddard School, 2539 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will have an open house June 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and a Walk-in Wednesday June 14 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The F.L.E.X. curriculum allows children to grow and learn through hands-on experiences, incorporating S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), as well as P21 initiatives (cooperation, communication, critical thinking and collaboration). The school is now open, offering tours and enrolling. For information, call (813) 413-5453. NEW TEACHER GRADUATESPasco-Hernando State College Educator Preparation Institute graduated 24 new teachers. Several of the students have secured positions as teachers in Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough and Pinellas county schools. The college will be training new teachers this fall and is accepting applications for individuals who want to pursue a career in teaching. The deadline to apply and complete testing requirements is July 15. Classes start Aug. 21. For information, call Melissa Burr at (727) 816-3471, or visit ADVANCE TO NATIONALSPasco-Hernando State College students Jeff Haney and Michaela DiPerna received gold medals at the SkillsUSA state competition, advancing them to the National SkillsUSA competition at the 53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky, June 18 to June 24. The NLSC is a showcase of career and technical education students representing 52 state and territorial associations. Haney will compete in the computer programming category, and DiPerna will compete in related technical math. Also, PHSC student Marnie Banks was awarded a silver medal, placing second in the state competition in the related technical math category; Karen Becker received a bronze medal, placing third in the state competition in the job interview category; and, Nancy Haney placed third for a bronze medal in the extemporaneous speaking category.SIXTY-FOUR GRADUATE FROM PRIMROSE SCHOOLThe Primrose School at Collier Parkway celebrated 64 pre-kindergarten students, as they received their first graduation diplomas. A formal ceremony commemorated the students’ completion of pre-kindergarten and recognized each child, one-by-one, as they shook their teacher’s hand and moved their tassels from left to right. There also was a slide show of pictures collected throughout the year, a Pledge of Allegiance, the “Star Spangled Banner,” class song performances, and a reception with cake, juice and refreshments.NEW PRINCIPAL AND CHAPLAINSt. Petersburg Catholic High School has two new school leaders. The Diocese of St. Petersburg appointed Ross Bubolz as the school’s next principal and Reverend Anthony Ustick as school chaplain. Bubolz began his career at Glenwood School in Chicago, Illinois, as a teacher, dean of students and residential care worker. He has spent the last 14 years in Catholic schools, most recently serving as principal of the Cathedral School of St. Jude in St. Petersburg. Ustick is a native of Pinellas County and ordained to the priesthood in May 2015. Recently, he was the parochial vicar at the Cathedral of St. Jude the Apostle. Ustick will work with Bubolz in the administration and leadership of the school.MORE THAN 1,000 DEGREES BESTOWEDSaint Leo University’s commencement ceremonies at University Campus bestowed more than 1,000 new degrees on recipients.  About 325 students, mainly adult learners who studied online and on ground at the Adult Education Center at University Campus and Pasco-Hernando State College locations, were awarded bachelor degrees.  More than 435 students received master’s degrees across a variety of disciplines during a ceremony in the Marion Bowman Activities Center. Saint Leo conferred its first Doctorate of Business Administration degrees to Billie Jarrell, Leslie Sukup and Patrick Plummer.  More than 350 traditional undergraduates who studied at University Campus received their degrees. Two associate degrees were awarded posthumously to the families of Alexis Carrera and Nicholas Jonah Cusson-Ducharm, both of whom passed away in 2016. 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Alfred served as a private in the Army in Germany and earned a Bronze Star for his service. From left: Principal Kari Kadlub, Pasco County Schools Superintendent Kurt S. Browning, Ruth Smith and Tom Smith (son).

PAGE 11 June 7, 201711A real-time,” said Kevin Guthrie, the county’s director of emergency services. It is a huge benefit in notifying residents about what is happening and what they need to do, he said. Alert Pasco can send alerts through phone calls, texts and/or email. In addition to severe weather alerts, the system can send notifications on flooding, gas leaks and police activity. Pasco County began testing the service about two months ago. “This is going to be a regional element that starts moving through all the counties in the (Tampa Bay) region,” said Guthrie. The hurricane season officially started on June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is predicting a busier than usual season with the number of named storms ranging from 11 to 17, including April’s Tropical Storm Arlene. Five to nine of those storms could become hurricanes; two to four of those could be major hurricanes. The MyPasco app is designed for Android, Apple and Blackberry mobile devices, and can be downloaded for free from Google Play Store or Apple Store. The Alert Pasco link can be found on the MyPasco homepage. The county’s website also has information on hurricane evacuation zones, the Pasco County Special Needs Program, and a guide to “plan, prepare, and survive” potential disasters. For information, also visit Moore said the issue is about helping residents, not collecting more revenues. Initially, Moore suggested increasing the number of permit days to as many as 12. Commissioner Kathryn Starkey went bigger — much bigger. She suggested a 365-day permit. “I never knew there was such a thing as a four-day permit,” Starkey said. Pasco County Attorney Jeffrey Steinsnyder said the permits were instituted years ago as a way of controlling parking within residential developments. Many have narrow streets, making it impossible for emergency vehicles to gain access if vehicles were parked on both sides of the street. “Rather than require larger streets, we started this concept of prohibiting parking within subdivisions,” the attorney explained. “When people have parties they don’t have enough room in their driveways so we started issuing permits.” Commissioners, however, appear to think this is one rule the county no longer needs. “One less regulatory thing is a good thing,” Wells said. and Senate President Joe Negron, a Republican from Stuart. The trio announced a funding deal had been reached following weeks of speculation that Scott might veto the entire budget. Instead, the governor wielded his veto power, and called legislators back for a three-day special session from June 7 through June 9. The agenda will include increases to annual per pupil spending from kindergarten through 12th grade; creation of an $85 million Florida Job Growth Grant Fund; and, restoring funds to Visit Florida and Enterprise Florida. Scott has said he will not veto a controversial education bill that Corcoran favored. It creates a School of Hope program that would subsidize charter schools in areas where public schools are considered failing. There currently are no plans to include discussion of how to regulate medical marijuana. Voters overwhelmingly approved medical marijuana in a 2016 referendum, but legislators have been split on how many dispensaries to allow. Scott also cut these Pasco projects:  $750,000 for Pasco Regional STEM School/Tampa Bay Region Aeronautics  $500,000 for a study of the Clinton Avenue Intersection Re-alignment at U.S. 98 and U.S. 301  $350,000 for U.S. 301/Re-imagine Gall BoulevardPROJECTS, from page 1A ALERT, from page 1A  Connecting major regional activity centers  Leveraging existing assets and infrastructure  Re-prioritizing $6 billion of TBX funds for community priorities Future workshops will begin to drill down on what local communities envision for transportation. Moran said there appeared to be at least an early consensus for an integrated, complete transportation system. “The difficulty is how do we get there,” she said. For information on Tampa Bay Next including the working groups and community outreach events, visit REBOOT, from page 1A PARKING, from page 1A COURTESY OF PATRICIA SERIO New members climb onboard The GFWC Lutz-Land O Lakes Womans Club welcomed four new members at its spring luncheon. Membership Chair Margee Carpenter installed the ladies, and President Karin D Amico welcomed them to the community service organization. From left: Nancy Taylor, Susan Corcoran, Karin D Amico, Benny Tibbetts and Sandi Marrow. COURTESY OF TOM JACKSON Leadership rewarded Heather Grimes, chief administrative officer for the Office of Pasco County Clerk & Comptroller, was honored with the Leadership Pasco Judith Rochelle Excellence in Leadership award. The trophy, which emphasizes leadership, initiative, creativity, dedication, and recognition among the nominees peers, is named for Judith Rochelle, former marketing director for Saint Leo University. Grimes was chosen from a field of nominees, including New Port Richey Police Chief Kim Bogart, Realtor Tina Tucker Shelton, and United Way of Pasco Vice President of Development Stefanie Ambrosio Pontlitz. Grimes joined Paula ONeils team in March after a distinguished career with Pasco County, in which she rose to the rank of assistant administrator to Michele Baker, who recently retired from the countys top post. Grimes is the 17th honoree of the award. A full list is available at Follow @LakerLutzNews on Twitter


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She also compiled 41 wins, 31 complete games, 11 shutouts and five nohitters in her prep career.ADULT WOMENS SOCCER LEAGUERegistration is open for the NewAPSL (Adult Premier Soccer League) Womens Soccer League.The summer season tentatively runs from June 18 through July 30. Games will be played at Benito Middle School on Sunday evenings between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Costs is $45 per player or $450 per team up to 14 players. To register, visit For information, call Colin Eke at (813) 610-2278.PHSC BASEBALL PLAYERS RECEIVE ACCOLADESPasco-Hernando State College baseball standout Trey Pearce has been named National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) DII Baseball Defensive Player of the Year in NJCAA Region 8 Mens Baseball by the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA). The 6-foot-1, 195-pound freshman first baseman and left-hand pitcher fielded .993 with only one error in 145 total chances. Pearce, a native of Tallahassee, also was named to the NJCAA Mens Baseball DII AllGulf District Team. Joining him from PHSC are: designated hitter Tyree Austin (Pasco High); infielders Zach Ghelfi (Wesley Chapel High) and Alex Reynolds (Land O Lakes High); catcher Bailey Partlow (Westfield, Indiana); and pitcher Korey Prince, (Jacksonville). The baseball team went 25-20 in 2017, the 10th consecutive winning season for the program. I was really proud of our ball club this season, head coach Steve Winterling said, in a release. The team started 0-7 against some tough competition, but started gelling together in late February. One of my proudest moments was upsetting sixth-ranked St. Johns River State College (on) back-to-back days in April. University of South Florida junior shortstop Kevin Merrell, a Steinbrenner High product, was selected to the AllAmerican Athletic Conference first team, selected by league coaches; Merrell earned the same honor in 2016. The 6-foot-1, 189-pound Odessa native wrapped up the 2017 regular season batting a conference-leading .386, with six home runs, 35 RBIs and 18 stolen bases. Lauded for his base-stealing, defensive range and extra-base hit power, the middle infielder is projected to be a first-day pick in the 2017 MLB Draft, which starts June 12.At Steinbrenner, Merrell was a fouryear letter winner for head baseball coach John Crumbley; he also lettered in golf and track. COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Steinbrenner product named First-Team All-AACIts a sport sweeping the nation and one local institution is taking advantage. Saint Leo University is the latest Florida college to add womens beach volleyball as a varsity NCAA sport. Competition for the sand-based sport begins Spring 2018, as an independent (non-conference) team. It marks Saint Leos 20th intercollegiate sport and its 11th offering in womens athletics; the recommendation to add beach volleyball was made by the universitys Gender Equity Committee, and approved by University President Dr. William J. Lennox Jr. It will initially be a non-scholarship sport. The addition of beach volleyball will provide additional opportunities for women to compete in the Green and Gold for Saint Leo University and is a natural fit for Saint Leo athletics, Saint Leo athletic director Francis X. Reidy said, in a statement. Between our location in Florida and the strength of our existing indoor volleyball program, I believe beach volleyball has a bright future here at Saint Leo. Construction will begin this summer on a new five-court beach volleyball complex on a portion of the intramural field, adjacent to the Saint Leo Tennis Center. The facility expected to be the largest in Division II is slated to be practiceready this fall and competition-ready by January. The complex will benefit the beach volleyball program and the universitys intramurals program, as well. There also will be opportunities to host youth, club, and collegiate events at the new beach volleyball complex, generating revenue and exposure for the university and the beach volleyball program. Sam Cibrone, currently the Lions head volleyball coach, will move into a new role as director of volleyball. An additional fulltime assistant coach will be added for the new beach volleyball program, while current assistant coach Carlos Ramos will work exclusively with Saint Leos 2017 Sunshine State Conference (SSC) champion indoor volleyball program. The new position appears to be a seamless transition for Cibrone, the winningest coach in Saint Leo volleyball history and three-time SSC Coach of the Year. A beach volleyball player for more than 20 years, Cibrone created the Clearwaterbased Sunshine State Outdoor Volleyball Association in 2004, drawing hundreds of junior and adult teams in year-round tournaments. Hes taking Saint Leos upstart sport seriously, with hopes to make it a national power like the indoor volleyball program. In 13 seasons as volleyball head coach, Cibrone has compiled a 255-164 record, guiding the program to eight NCAA Division II Tournament appearances, including four in a row. Our indoor program has a great history of being successful, and were going to expect the same thing from our beach program, Cibrone said. I want the quality to be at the same level as our indoor program, because were not treating this like a club. Besides hiring an assistant beach coach, Cibrones next step is filling a roster of 16 players. Several athletes from the Saint Leo indoor team are expected to join the beach program for the first year. Cibrones ultimate goal, however, is to mold primarily beach-only players. We really want to grow this program as a separate entity, Cibrone said. Plus, thats not going to help our gender equity issue if we just take the same kids and have them play two sports. Beach volleyball only calls for two players from one team to be on the court during matches. Both players must work together and become jack-of-all-trades and dominate on many fronts, including passing, setting and hitting. Indoor volleyball, however, calls for players to be much more specialized. The kid that can do everything well is a good beach player, Cibrone said. You dont have to be a super phenomenal athlete; you just have to be a good volleyball player. Beach volleyball doesnt yet have a strong high school presence, making the recruiting process completely different compared to indoor. As opposed to scouting prep teams, coaches will recruit open club competitions, such as the Dig the Beach Tournament Series in Siesta Key. Im going to be going to a lot of beach tournaments and recruiting through the beach circuit, because theres tournaments all over in Florida, Cibrone said. I think youre going to see those kinds of big tournaments come to focus. Cibrone is also tasked with building a 16game schedule for 2018. Many opponents figure to come from in state, he said. Within Florida, a total of 10 institutions competed in beach volleyball during the 2017 season: Eckerd College, Florida Atlantic, Florida International, Florida Gulf Coast, Florida State, Jacksonville, Stetson, North Florida, Webber International and Warner. Additionally, the University of Tampa and Florida Southern College have announced their intention to add the sport for Spring 2018. The growth of beach volleyball has skyrocketed in recent years since it was first approved as an emerging sport by the NCAA in 2009. At the time, data showed that more than 200,000 females ages 6-17 played beach volleyball, and more than 60 percent competed exclusively in the sport rather than indoor volleyball. At the start of the 2016-17 academic year, a total of 66 NCAA member institutions had either added the sport or announced their intention to do so. The NCAA added a national collegiate championship for beach volleyball as its 90th championship in January 2015, after a target of 40 institutions had added the sport. While building a championship contender is a focus, Cibrone also wants Saint Leos beach players to have an enjoyable athletic experience. I want to make it a great experience, he said, because I understand theyre coming with just their academic money, and so theyre making a sacrifice. I think some of these programs that are not fully fundedtheyre pushing the kids too hard and making it not a great experience. Im going to make it fun for them, challenging and super competitive.COURTESY OF SAINT LEO ATHLETICS Saint Leo adds womens beach volleyball CORRECTION: Kevin Corcoran was improperly identified in a caption accompanying a photograph labeled Nice Haul in a Check This Out item published April 26 in The Laker/Lutz News. He was misidentified because an incorrect name was provided to the newspaper. COURTESY OF PASCO-HERNANDO STATE COLLEGE COURTESY OF FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY FINAL SOFTBALL RANKINGS RELEASEDMiracle Sports released their final 2017 state softball rankings; several high schools in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area were recognized across Classes 1A to 9A.Miracle Sports State Softball Rankings ALL CLASS TOP 10 No. 7:Land OLakes (6A) 29-3CLASS 8A No. 8.:Wharton 18-6No. 9:Steinbrenner 17-6CLASS 7A Honorable mention:Sunlake 18-7. CLASS 6A No. 1:Land OLakes 29-3No. 7: Wesley Chapel 19-7CLASS 3A Honorable mention: Carrollwood Day 11-7 CLASS 2A No. 3: Academy at the Lakes 20-3 AREA SIGNINGSLAND O LAKES HIGH Cross Country Maddie Toth, Pasco-Hernando State CollegeSwimming & Diving Antonia Beason, California State University-BakersfieldFootball Dylan Hohenthaner, Indiana State UniversityBaseball Brayden Lyman, Pasco-Hernando State College Jeff Hiner, Oglethorpe University (Atlanta, Georgia)SUNLAKE HIGH Football Tyler Peretti, Southeastern University (Lakeland, Florida) Carson Reavis, Webber International University (Babson Park, Florida) Chris Williams, Ohio Wesleyan University


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