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Guests can register by June 30 at Connerton.com/event-signup, to be eligible for a $250 gift card. Â Chief Ryan Andrew Anthony of Station 1 Tampa (now open at State Road 54 and U.S. 41 in Land OÂ’ Lakes), and All By Kathy Steeleksteele@lakerlutznews.comPasco County commissioners didnÂ’t care for the lean 2018 budget, with no frills, they received at a June 13 workshop. So, they added in about $7.6 million in reserve funds to pay for a litany of items for libraries, parks and public safety. At about $1.34 billion, the proposed fiscal year budget is slightly more than the $1.3 billion offered up by Pasco County Administrator Dan Biles. His version of the budget balanced revenues and expenses without dipping into reserves. Even so, the budget path taken by county commissioners is about $40 million lighter than the 2017 budget. It also maintains the current property tax rate. Some owners, with homestead exemption, could see slight increases due to a 2.1 percent increase in property values. Â“ThereÂ’s a desire to maintain a level of service as we grow,Â” said Biles. Â“The issue is, how do we do that?Â” Since 2011, more than 60,000 new residents have moved to Pasco. A 2018 referendum on an additional $25,000 in homestead exemptions, if ap-Budget includes more library hoursSee BUDGET, page19A Festivities planned to celebrate the nationÂ’s independenceBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comThe Pasco County School Board has begun exploring the idea of asking voters to support a half-penny sales tax to help pay for school construction. During a June 20 workshop on the districtÂ’s capital needs, School Board member Cynthia Armstrong asked staff to come back with a projection of how much the halfpenny tax would generate in 10 years and a list detailing the types of projects the tax revenues would support. Her request came during a board workshop immediately after the Pasco County CommissionÂ’s first public hearing on a proposal to boost school impact fees. The County Commission appears to be leaning toward an increase, but itÂ’s not clear how much that increase will be, or when it will take effect. Even if the full amount of the proposed impact fees is approved, the district construction needs far outstrip its expected revenues, said Deputy Superintendent Ray Gadd. It is unlikely the money the district needs will be provided by the state Legislature, Gadd said. The district has identified these projects to be partially supported by the proposed impact fees: Â Cypress Creek Middle School Â Starkey Ranch, kindergarten through eighth grade Â A new high school Â A new elementary school in the Wesley Chapel area Â A new elementary school in State Road 54 corridor area Those projects are based on current growth patterns, Gadd said. School construction needs outpace fundingSee FESTIVITIES page19A Vote set for July 11 on school impact feesBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comItÂ’s not clear yet how much Pasco County will increase school impact fees charged against new residential development, but there appears to be a consensus on the board that some increase is merited. School district officials and the building community also agree that higher fees will help address the districtÂ’s problem of providing school facilities to accommodate the districtÂ’s burgeoning enrollment growth. But, homebuilders and apartment developers donÂ’t support the full amount of proposed rate increases. They say the building community is being asked to shoulder too much of the burden. TheyÂ’ve asked the Pasco County Commission to reduce the proposed impact fees that were recommended by a school board consultant. All of these issues came up during the first public on an ordinance that would increase the impact fees. The second public hearing is set for July 11 at 1:30 p.m., at the historic Pasco County Courthouse in Dade City. The Tampa Bay Builders Association expressed its concerns in a May 1 letter to commissioners. Â“The School District proposes very significant increases in the impact fees for single family detached (+ $4,152, 85%); single family attached (+$1,877, 107%); multifamily (+$3,421,183%) and mobile homes (+$2,673, 93%). Â“However, even if the impact fees were increased to these levels the deficit (as projected by the School District) would be a staggering $284 million,Â” the letter notes. Â“We want to be part of the solution for funding, but we know we cannot be the only source of revenue. We support an in-FILEPasco County Schools would like to see more scenes like this around the district. The Pasco County School Board has asked district staff to research how much money a halfcent sales tax could generate and possible projects the revenues could support.See IMPACT, page19A See FUNDING, page19A COURTESY OF RICHARD K. RILEYDale Sloan, of Dade City, holds a salute during the Pledge of Allegiance and the playing of ÂGod Bless America.Â
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After that, the group met for several years at the old Boy Scout Hall, with the Auxiliary members gathering in another room at that hall, according to an account published in a 1963 club newsletter. Flash forward eight decades to the present: The group is still active, but is seeking a permanent home and more members to increase its vitality. Were in a Catch-22. We need more members, and we need to meet in a place to get more members, said Lyle Watson, the posts adjutant. We need fundraisers. We need a place to hold fundraisers. You cant hold bingo if you dont have a building to hold bingo in. The post currently meets monthly at Harvester United Methodist Church. It would like to expand its activities, but it is difficult to fit into another organizations schedule and it doesnt have the financial means to purchase a permanent home. Still, the post has a proud history. When Post 108 was formed, it had 22 charter members. Over the years, membership has waxed and waned. The posts charter members must have been veterans of World War I, Watson observed. Post chaplain Fred Wilsky has firsthand knowledge of how the post got started: The guy who went out and recruited those members was my dad. He was a member of the Sulphur Springs Post. It was during the Depression, he noted.It was expensive for everybody to drive all of the way down there for a meeting, so they wanted to have a post out here, said Wilsky, a member of the Army Air Corps who served in Guam. N.B. Shewfelt, the posts adjutant in 1963, offered a glimpse into the organizations character in a February 1963 issue of the Lutz Legion News. Post No. 108 somehow keeps going right along doing their job of looking out for the interests of veterans, their widows and orphans, Shewfelt wrote. Over time, the name of the post was changed from Lutz Post 108 to Lutz-Land O Lakes Post 108. Post meetings now attract about 20 members. Some members have been lost to death, said Post Commander Ray Mason. We lost two veterans this year, noted Mason, who served from 1962 to March 1968 in the Navy as a commissary store keeper. One of those veterans who died was Granville Kinsman, a fighter pilot in World War II. He supported ground troops and escorted bombers to their destination, Mason said. He was a paid-up lifetime member of Post 108. He was 95 years old, Mason added. The attendance at his funeral was gratifying, Mason said. Oh, my God, it was packed, Mason said. Post members say their experiences in the armed forces give them a particular kind of camaraderie with others who have shared the military life. Currently, the posts main activities are awarding school medals, providing an oratorical contest, supporting the Baldomero Lopez State Veterans Nursing Home in Land O Lakes and posting flags on veterans graves. The organization presents two medals and two certificates at several local elementary and middle schools. The schools select the recipients. One medal goes to a boy and one goes to a girl. An honorable mention certificate also is awarded to a boy and to a girl. Sometimes we get invited, Watson said. The schools sometimes tell us what these kids have done to get selected. It is fantastic. It gives you a whole new perspective on public schools. At the high school level, theres an oratorical contest, with cash awards. The national winner gets an $18,000 scholarship, Mason said. Presenting the awards has been a long tradition, Wilsky said. The post has been doing that since the beginning. My sister (Virginia) won it in 1939 or 1940, he said. It was quite an honor, he said. It was an affirmation of good character and studying hard and everything good about a person. The post needs more members so it can be of greater service, according to Watson, who is retired Navy and served from 1956 to 1974. The post could also participate in more programs that are available that are supported by the national organization. Jim Evans said the post owes deep thanks to Vince Nasso, a former adjutant for the post. Without him, we probably wouldnt have a post. When I joined here, I actually came from a Tampa post. There was probably no more than four or five active members. It was terrible, said Evans, who was an Army intelligence analyst in France for three years, served in the Army Reserve for 15 years, then went back on active duty in the first Gulf War as a senior counterintelligence agent. When Evans attended his first meeting, Nasso was the only one there. Nasso, who has since passed away, was determined to keep the post going, Evans said. Belonging to the post is important, Evans said, because he wants to support the American Legions mission. Plus, he enjoys reconnecting with people who served, he said. You live in communities that probably have veterans, but you may not even know it, Evans said, adding he has a special affinity for veterans. I realize what most of them have been through, he said. Elaine Stoots, the posts new historian, said she wants to help keep the organization alive because we are losing some of the American ideals that founded this country. A lot of the rest of the world is looking to us for leadership and example. Who is going to provide it? asked Stoots, who served from 1984 to 1990, stationed at Hahn Air Base Germany and at Grand Forks, North Dakota. American Legion Post 108 marks 80th anniversary COURTESY OF AMERICAN LEGION POST 108 Want to help?American Legion Post 108 is looking for a permanent home. Members believe that having a home of their own would help to increase membership, which, in turn, would bolster the groups vitality. For more information, contact Lyle Watson at (813) 996-5917 or Ray Mason at (813) 994-1214.
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For instance, you could propagate a croton plant by taking a stem cutting and planting it in a pot. Use your clean pruners to remove a 4inchto 6-inch-section, or cutting, from the main plant. Its important to note that some plants require cuttings to be longer. For example, plumeria cuttings are 12 inches to 15 inches long. Be brutal. Remove any flowers from the cutting, and strip off the lower leaves from the stem. Youll want to keep a few leaves for photosynthesis, but you also want to reduce transpiration and encourage the cutting to put its energy into producing new roots. Some cuttings, like plumeria, need to dry first so a callus forms at the cut end of the stem. If its not possible to plant your cutting right away, wrap it in several layers of paper towels and place in a zip-top bag to keep the cutting moist until youre ready to plant. Choose an appropriate pot for your cutting. Use clay or plastic containers, but make sure the container has drainage holes so the cutting does not stay too wet. Many people prefer plastic containers (similar to the 4inch pots you find at the nursery) because they dont dry out as quickly as clay pots. Place the cutting upright in a sterile potting mix, planting them about 1-inch deep. Longer cuttings, such as those for plumeria, will need to be planted about 3-inches deep so they stand upright in the pot. Choose potting soil that drains well. You can try using a rooting hormone. Dip the cutting about -inch in the rooting hormone before planting in the soil. Rooting hormones are available at garden centers and nurseries. Locate your cutting in bright, indirect light so it gets some light but not the hot, afternoon sun. Keep the soil moist until the cutting establishes roots and begins to put out new growth. You may transplant your cutting into the garden once it has established roots and you see new leaves. This process may take a few months, depending on the plant. You could also share your plant with friends or give them as gifts. Some of my favorite plants to root from cuttings include croton, Chinese rain bell, Dracaena, hibiscus, Euphorbia graminea, NICOLE PINSONIochroma is a unique garden plant that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. REFERENCES USED FOR THIS COLUMN WERE:Koeser, A., G. Hasing, and D. McLean. (2016). Plumeria: Propagation from Cuttings. IFAS Publication Number ENH1228. Gainesville: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Retrieved from http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/EP/EP48900.pdf. Park Brown, S. (2014). Gardening with Perennials in Florida. IFAS Publication Number ENH-68. Gainesville: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Retrieved from http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/MG/MG03500.pdf. Park Brown, S. (2016). Plant Propagation Techniques for the Florida Gardener. IFAS Publication Number CIR579. Gainesville: University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Retrieved from http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/MG/MG10800.pdf. Crotons are available in many different leaf shapes and colors. Cuttings are a great way to grow a variety of crotons. Not only is African blue basil a good plant to propagate, its also a pollinator magnet, attractive to bees and other insects.
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For information, call (813) 788-6375.SENSORY-FRIENDLY FILMCobb Grove 16 Theatres in Wesley Chapel will show Despicable Me 3 July 1 at 10 a.m., as part if its sensory-friendly film series. Auditoriums will have brighter lights and a lower sound level, so family members with varying abilities can interact with the movie dance and sing without the worry of disturbing others. Tickets will be available in person the Wednesday prior to the movie. The sensory-friendly films are regular movie prices.FREEDOM CELEBRATIONCricket Wireless, 2436 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes, will host a Freedom Celebration July 1 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with free food, face painting for kids, a bounce house and more. Food will be provided by Hungry Harrys Family Bar-BQue. For information, call (813) 428-5927.LUTZ GUVNA CELEBRATIONA Lutz Guvna Celebration will take place July 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Beef O Bradys, 18421 U.S. 41 in Lutz, hosted by the honorable Lutz Guvna Greg Gilbert. There will be live music by Andy Bryant, a classic car contest (entrants get a free meal), raffle prizes and a 50/50 drawing, and a buy one-get one free any breakfast or lunch entre. CAKE CONTESTThe Lutz 4th of July celebration will include a cake contest at the Lutz Community Center, 98 First Ave., N.W. There will be a variety of categories, including youth best decorated, best tasting, Guvna favorite, most patriotic and more. Cakes can be dropped off July 3 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and July 4 from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Cakes can be no larger than 9x13. Cakes or pies requiring refrigeration will not be accepted. For information, call (813) 786-8461.LUTZ SENIOR CENTERThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 N.W. First Ave., will host these upcoming events: July 3 at 1 p.m.: July 4th Celebration July 5 at 1 p.m.: The Unconquered Florida Seminoles presented by the Tampa Bay History Center For information, call (813) 264-3803.HOLIDAY CLOSURESAll local libraries: Land O Lakes Library, Hugh Embry Library, New River Library, Zephyrhills Public Library and Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, will be closed for the Fourth of July holiday. Regular hours will resume July 5FREE KIDS MOVIESCobb Grove 16 Theatres, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will offer free summer kids movies every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 a.m. The movies for July 4, July 5 and July 6 are Trolls and The Peanuts Movie. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. Same-day ticketing only. Large groups, schools and camps are invited. For information, call (813) 9485444.THE SECRET LIFE OF PETSThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, will host a movie matinee for The Secret Life of Pets July 5 at 2 p.m., in the community room. The movie is rated PG. For information, call (813) 273-3652.LEARN FACE PAINTINGThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a face-painting program July 5 at 3:30 p.m., for teens, and July 6 at 3:30 p.m., for preteens, to learn the art. For information, call (352) 5673576.WORLD OF COLORSThe Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host a Build a Better World program, A World of Colors July 5 at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., for kindergarten through third grade. There will be crafts, games and stories. For information, call (813) 9291214.MOANA MOVIEThe Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St., will show the movie Moana July 5 at 2 p.m. The movie is rated PG; some material may not be suited for Benefit concertFreedom Rock will take place June 30 at 7 p.m., at Bridgeway Church, 30660 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel, to benefit the Salvation Armys Angel Tree program and Celebrate Recovery. Musician Chris August and Drisco, the Salvation Armys Second Hand Band, will perform. General admission is $14, front row state right tickets are $15, and the artist circle is $20. Doors open at 5 p.m. For tickets, visit iTickets.com and search for Freedom Rock, or call (800) 965-9324.
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ESSENTIAL OILS 101Marti and Deanna Jacobs will present a free Essential Oils 101 class at the New River Library, 34043 State Road 54 in Wesley Chapel July 6 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants can learn what essential oils are and how to use them to support health, and for toxic-free personal care, toxic-free home cleaning, pet care and more. There will be free oil gifts. For information, call (813) 479-7724.YOUTH RIFLE PROGRAMThe Dade City Rod & Gun Club will offer the NRA First Steps Rifle Program July 8, for ages 10 through 18. The program is about five hours and is designed to teach firearm safety and proper rifle handling. Rifles, ammunition, training materials and a light snack will be provided. Upon completion, participants will receive an NRA certificate. The cost is $40 per child. For information and to register, contact Larry Shrewsbury at LShrews1@aol.com or (813) 245-9588.THRIFT SHOPS NEED VOLUNTEERSAll six Gulfside Hospice thrift shop locations across Pasco County are looking for volunteers. Duties include accepting and sorting donated items, organizing merchandise displays, greeting customers, operating a cash register and more. Volunteers must be age 15 and older, and willing to commit to four hours per week. Teens and high school students can earn community service hours to meet graduation and scholarship requirements. For information, locations and online application, visit GHPPC.org.MEALS ON WHEELS SURVEYMeals on Wheels of Tampa is conducting a brand awareness survey from the community. The online survey takes less than five minutes, and all responses are voluntary, anonymous and confidential. The information is being collected by a local agency in partnership with the University of Tampa. To access the survey, visit tinyurl.com/non-profit-survey-2017.SCHOOL BASH NEEDS PARTNERSThe annual Cobb Grove 16 Theatres Backto-School Bash, scheduled for Aug. 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., is looking for partners to showcase their businesses in the community and make an impact on kids. If interested, call Demene Benjamin at (813) 948-5444.THE ART OF THE BRICKThe Vinik Family Foundation invites visitors to experience The Art of the Brick through Sept. 4 in downtown Tampa, at 802 E. Whiting St. The free exhibit will showcase 100 artworks made out of Lego bricks, by artist Nathan Sawaya. Guests also can construct their own creations in The Brickyard, a hands-on and interactive build space. The exhibition will be open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For information, visit ArtOfTheBrickTampa.com. Family fun dayPlantation Palms Golf Club, 23253 Plantation Palms Blvd., in Land O Lakes, will host a Family Fun Day July 2 from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. There will be two live bands, raffles, prizes, hot air balloon rides, bounce houses, a putting contest, a patriotic golf cart and bicycle parade, face painting, balloon artist, caricature artist, mini golf specials, games and more. Admission and games are free.
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June 28, 2017 A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION IN THE LAKER/LUTZ NEWS Â€ 813-909-2800 Â€ LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM ThereÂ’s no place like in PASCO & NORTH HILLSBOROUGH M any families are looking to move up to a new home in a planned community in the highly desirable areas of Lutz, Odessa, Land OÂ’Lakes and Wesley Chapel. Families want the latest in home designs and resort-like amenities in developments that also offer outstanding schools and fast access to key transportation routes. Which is why the gated community of Birchwood Preserve, the newest Pulte Homes community in Tampa Bay, is the top choice for many families. Birchwood Preserve is centrally located in Lutz on Geraci Road, just minutes from the Veterans Expressway and St. JosephÂ’s HospitalNorth. Its zoned schools are all A-rated and are some of the best schools in Hillsborough County. The community also offers no CDD (Community Development District) fees. Â“The combination of all A-rated schools, a fantastic location and PulteÂ’s Life Tested home designs have made Birchwood Preserve a huge draw for families in search of a new home in the prestigious Lutz area,Â” said Sean Strickler, president of PulteÂ’s West Florida division. Zoned schools include Steinbrenner High, Martinez Middle and Mckitrick Elementary, all located just three miles from Birchwood Preserve. Just one mile away is a new charter school, Sunlake Academy of Math and Science, which opens this fall, as well as several private schools close-by, including Academy at the Lakes, Carrollwood Day School and Corbett Preparatory School of IDS. Â“Lutz is very attractive to many homebuyers because of its convenient proximity to North Dale Mabry and the Veterans Expressway, which provides quick and easy access to Tampa International Airport, the Westshore business district, International Plaza and the Gulf Coast beaches,Â” said Strickler. Â“Plus, we are surrounded by parks, trails and beautiful golf courses, which offer great entertainment and recreational opportunities.Â” Birchwood Preserve opened its sales center in May and has already sold more than a dozen homes. A total of 169 homes are planned for the community, including 108 in its first phase. Many home sites boast nature views, including waterfront lots. Birchwood Preserve offers 10 single-family floor plans ranging from the one-story, 1,904-square-foot Cascade home design to the twostory, 4,600-plus square-foot Heatherton home design. Homes start at $318,990 and offer three to six bedrooms, two to six bathrooms and twoor three-car garages. All floor plans are designed for the way families live today, and include Environments for Living Diamond Energy Efficient packages. PulteÂ’s interactive online design tools allow buyers to preview its Life Tested personal options to help them get the most out of their new home. Â“The ideas for our Life Tested options come from our homeowners, whose suggestions we value and take seriously,Â” said Strickler. Â“An example is the Pulte Planning Center Â— a unique, multifunctional area designed with counters and cabinets to help a family get organized in one place that is conveniently located off their garage or gathering room.Â” Pulte HomesÂ’ designs also offer Everyday Entry drop zones with built-in shelving, hooks, and storage to accommodate backpacks, shoes, purses, and jackets. The entrance to Birchwood Preserve is gated and beautifully landscaped. Amenities include a luxury community swimming pool with cabanas and hammocks, a multipurpose clubhouse room with a kitchen, and a children's exploration climbing dome playground that includes swings and additional discovery play equipment. The communityÂ’s model home is the Millstone, which features up to six bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The 3,427square-foot home starts from $420,990. 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BFAD dealers receive ongoing training specific to Bryant technology and products at Bryant Academy, a structured training program that teaches technicians how to better identify problems and recommend appropriate home comfort solutions. Technicians are also qualified to service other brands. Your BFAD dealer has committed to excellence in service, providing their customers a technical team that strictly adheres to Bryant installation and service procedures, and using genuine Bryant Factory Authorized parts wherever possible to ensure your system performs as promised. Dealers are also dedicated to outstanding business practices, including maintaining all required local licenses, insurance and liability coverage, and fulfilling warranty obligations in a timely manner. Your BFAD dealer is committed to providing a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If for any reason a customer is dissatisfied with their Bryant equipment within one year of its installation date, their BFAD dealer will make every effort to correct the problem. If the adjustment isn't sufficient, the equipment will be replaced, or the purchase price refunded. IERNA's Heating, Cooling & Plumbing is your local BFAD dealer. It has earned the Bryant Medal of Excellence Award for seven consecutive years and is the only HVAC company in Florida to earn the highly coveted Bryant Pinnacle Award. In 2016, IERNA's achieved the highest honor possible when it was designated the National Bryant Dealer of the Year. Did you know that your electric bill can be impacted by the amount of humidity in your home?Temperature is not the only factor that affects your comfort. Ever notice how 80 on a spring day with low humidity feels great and you dont break a sweat, but 80 in the summer with 100% humidity feels unbearable and you are drenched? This is because lower humidity allows water to evaporate more quickly. The evaporation of sweat from your skin is how your body cools itself. Air conditioners work similarly.Consider this. Hot air holds more humidity than cold air. Thats why water droplets form on a cold glass of ice water. The air around the glass drops in temperature, reducing the amount of moisture the air can hold. The air condenses, resulting in condensation on the glass. The same is true for the air in your home. As the air temperature rises above your desired temperature setting, your air conditioner kicks on. The warm air is then blown over the cold evaporator coils in your air handler. The moisture in the air condenses onto the coils, is captured and drained away. The warm, damp air is quickly exchanged with the cooler, drier, conditioned air, which is then returned to the living space of your home. So what does that mean for you? It means the new high-efficiency variable speed air conditioning systems like Bryants Preferred and Evolution Series comfort systems, give you the ability to dial in a lower humidity setting, allowing you to operate youre air conditioner at a higher temperature. Youll have optimal comfort and reduce your overall power consumption. To put it in a more simpler form...it keeps you and your wallet more comfortable.IT KEEPS YOU & YOUR WALLET MORE COMFORTABLE.SEE THE DIFFERENCE HUMIDITY MAKES.Use the chart belowSTEP 1) Place your index nger on the 50% mark in the Relative Humidity column.STEP 2) Slide your index nger down the 50% column until you reach the temperature which you nd the greatest comfort.STEP 3) Now slide your index nger to the far left until you reach the ACTUAL AIR TEMPERATURE number. This nal number is what you would set your thermostat to if you had a system that would allow you to dial in your humidity level at 50%. EXAMPLE If you currently keep your A/C set at 74 to be comfortable, by controlling your humidity and dialing it in at 50%, you could raise the thermostat setting to 78 and the air would feel like 74.RELATIVE HUMIDITY PERCENTAGE RELATIVE HUMIDITY PERCENTAGE FEELS LIKE TEMPERATURE RELATIVE HUMIDITY R ELATIVE H U MIDITY ACTUAL AIR TEMPERATURE Temperatures shown are measured in Fahrenheit ITS TIME WE ADDRESS A VERYUNCOMFORTABLE TOPIC Licensed, Bonded & Insured #CAC1813676 | CFC1429475 HEATING, COOLING & PLUMBING HEATING, COOLING & PLUMBING MAINTAIN21-POINT CLEAN & TUNEIERNAs | 813-948-6355$2995A/C & HEATINGMUST PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF SERVICE Not available for same-day or weekend service. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Price is per unit. System must be in working condition. See dealer for details MAINTAINPLUMBING INSPECTIONIERNAs | 813-948-6355$99PLUMBINGMUST PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF SERVICENot available for same-day or weekend service. Not a repair service. 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With that in mind, weve gathered some safety tips in an attempt to help people avoid injuries during this upcoming holiday weekend. Here are some pointers from the National Council on Fireworks Safety: Obey local laws regarding the use of fireworks. (Check local law enforcement websites for guidance). Read the labels on your fireworks to understand the precautions you should take and the performance descriptions of the firework, before you ignite it. A responsible adult should supervise all firework activities. Do not give fireworks to children. Remember that alcohol and fireworks do not mix. Save your alcohol for after the show. Be sure to wear safety glasses when shooting fireworks. Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away. Use fireworks outdoors, in a clear area. Be sure you are not near buildings or vehicles. Do not relight a dud firework. Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water. Have a bucket of water nearby, as well as a water hose thats ready to use. Do not carry fireworks in your pockets or shoot them into a metal or glass container. Do not experiment with homemade fireworks. Dispose of spent fireworks by getting them wet and placing them in a metal trash can away from any building or combustible materials. Leave them there until the next day. Do not attempt to transport fireworks in your checked baggage or carry-on luggage. Possessing or transporting fireworks in checked or carry-on baggage violates the Federal Aviation Administration regulations.Wishing you a happy and safe Fourth of July
MEDICAL CANNABIS AWARENESSThe Florida Medical Cannabis Clinic, 6761 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes, will offer a free workshop June 29 at 1 p.m., to educate patients on the use of cannabis in health care. Sign up by calling (352) 616-9892. Other workshops also will be available. For more information, please visit FlMedCannabis.org.JOIN VOLUNTEER TEAMFlorida Hospital Connerton is looking for individuals to join its volunteer team. The hospitals mission is to extend the healing ministry of Christ. Volunteers can have the opportunity to apply their skills and talents to create a positive experience in the lives of the patients, visitors and staff, and make a difference. For information, contact Anthony Cappellini at (813) 615-7286 or firstname.lastname@example.org.BIRTH CENTER TOURSSt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer birth center tours at 1 p.m., on July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23 and July 30. The tour is designed to introduce the services available to the entire family. Admission is free. For information or to register, call (813) 443-2046.SLEEP DISORDERSMorton Plant North Bay Hospital, 6600 Madison St., in New Port Richey, will offer free CPAP/BI PAP clinics July 3, July 10, July 17, July 24 and July 31, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., in the Sleep Disorders Center, Medical Arts Building. For information or to register, call (727) 953-6877, or visit BayCareEvents.org.VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNERSRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point awarded its first quarter volunteer Star Awards. Elizabeth Celia, Five Star winner, has volunteered at the hospital for more than two years with 4,600 hours of service. Celia helps on special projects, has served as chairperson for comfort carts, and is currently a courier and helps make heart pillows for patients. Ted Zapoliski, Five Star, has volunteered for more than three years with 1,200 hours of service as a courier, two shifts a week. Midge Nelson, Five Star, has been a volunteer for six years with 2,500 hours of service as a courier, taking extra open shifts. Dorothy Cassels, One Star, has volunteered since 2007 with 1,600 hours of service in the CSU waiting room and the CPRU waiting rooms. Nancy McCann, One Star, has been a volunteer since October 2000 with more than 3,600 hours of service working in the hospitals gift shop.BREAST-FEEDING CLASSSt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer a breast-feeding class July 8 from 9 a.m. to noon, in Garden Classroom A. Topics will include latching and positioning, the benefits of immediate skin-to-skin contact, newborn hunger signs, tips for returning to work, breast-feeding lifestyles, and when to call a health care provider or lactation consultant for help. The cost is $25. For information and to register, call (813) 443-2046.GRANTS FOR OPIOID CRISISU.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis (FL-12) has commended new efforts to combat the nations opioid crisis with more than $70 million in grant funding to help communities and health care providers prevent overdose and treat addiction. Florida state and local government, as well as non-government organizations, are eligible to apply. The grants are authorized by the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act, legislation supported by Bilirakis in Congress, and will be administered through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. For information on the grants, visit HHS.gov. To apply for a grant, visit SAMHSA.gov.SPECIAL DOCTOR SERVICE AWARDDr. Pariksith Singh, CEO of Access Health Care Physicians, was recognized with an award from iLa. Ganeshan, a member of Parliament in India, for his outstanding contributions toward health care. 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COURTESY OF RICHARD RILEYAmerican House Zephyrhills celebrated Flag Day with decorations, a display of World War II memorabilia, and a ceremonial flag raising by 80-year-old Jerry English, of Lutz, who is a veteran of the Vietnam War. After the celebration, a tour of the facilities and lunch were provided for visitors. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS Works for Me!Award-winning stories and ads that bring local businesses more customers. Call today if you want to increase your sales. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSCommunity News Publications 813.909.2800 Â€ www.lakerlutznews.comÂI've advertised my dental practice in The Laker every week since we opened our practice in 2012. Five years later, we continue to get new patients from our ads. The Laker is our top referral source, and has been a great way to build continuous awareness about our practice."Dr. Brian Bernier, DDSBernier Dental, Land O' Lakes 5420 Land OÂ Lakes Blvd, Suite 103 813-601-1122 www.bernierdental.com WWW.THEGREATCATCHSEAFOOD.COM $3.00 OFF$20 OR MOREMust present coupon. Not valid on daily deals or with other coupons. Exp 7/30/17.BOGO 1/2 OFFMON-FRI IN HOUSE OR TAKE-OUT 11AM-3PM1 per table. Excludes all you can eat, senior meals, and lobster. Exp 7/30/17. Specializing in New England Seafood, Ipswich Whole Belly Clams, ÂBestÂŽ Lobster Roll in Town, Lobster Bisque & Steak SPECIALSMONDAY: $6.99 Cheeseburger & Fries. Dine In or Take Out. THURSDAY: KIDS EAT FREE. 12 & under only. Valid w/adult entree purchase only. THURSDAY: 12oz Prime Rib w/2 sides $14.99. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY: All You Can Eat Seafood Specials.5039 1st Street Â€ Zephyrhills 813-782-7770 HOURS:Mon-Thurs 11-8 Â€ Fri & Sat 11-9 Â€ Sun 11-8 1930 Land OÂ Lakes Blvd., Lutz, FL 33549 813-994-9797 HOURS:Mon-Thurs 11-9 Â€ Fri & Sat 11-10 Â€ Sun 11-8 THERA P LASER DEEP TISSUE INFLAMMA LASER THERAPY RE AT TION AS Fibromyalgia Neuropathy Plantar Fascitis 813-996-9800d OÂ Lakes Blvd. #105 H IROPRACTIC CLINIC educed fee service, i scounte d f ee, or r esult of a n d p idf py d py hif g g ht to r e fuse to p a y y lfd cancel payment, or be ddf PY atment that is performed as a r SOCIA LIEVES P AND AT TEDWITH: Disc Herniation Rheumatoid Arthritis Compression Fracture Bursitis Carpal Tunnel FREE TMENT AT Call and Get your First GET BACK IN ACTION examination within 72 hou ihi72h r p ibdf The patient a e i m b urse d f TREA 5420 Lan V EN CH AV Y AY eatment. or tr ee, di p tt u rs o f r di py f ppy hiii yp ffh a nd an y other p erson r g esponsible for payment has a rig y dihdifhf for payment for any other service, examination, or tr ea esponding to the advertisement for the fr TODA C R A Rotator Cuf Migraines ff f www.LakerLutzNews.com June 28, 201717A 813-996-1211 4005 Land OÂ Lakes Blvdon U.S. 41 in Land OÂ Lakes Monday Night BUFFET$7.995pm-8:30pm Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ TAKE B A y y ailable a a l pro d ucts a All -n atu r gi stere d pro d uct s A -r e A ys Ou r t r eat m e n ts last 21 da EP v Our technicians are licensed b ODUC TA CK YOU R SPECIAL INTR r icultu r e A g of t h e D ept. y n tersTampa.co m a lly $199)ty oper e Pr Acr a lly $145)ty oper e Pr Acr a lly $103)ty or Less o per Y PRI C IN G RY TO T R YARD OR e r iod. r easo n. P or any F t y re-treat y our proper p ost-treatment and weÂll ca ll us w i t hi n t h e 21 d ay s j ust y re not happ v er y ouÂ I f e Cli ent H app i ness P rom i s e C all Now 8 1 3 -5 86 2 M osquitoHu n 26 15 m a (Nore to 2 1 Acrm a (Nore to 1 Acrm a (Nor o e Pr Acr$79 $59 $39 Flag Day Celebration U.S. Army veteran Jerry English, 80, served in Vietnam, from 1962 to 1964, assigned to Military Police. He presently participates in re-enactments and has a display of Vietnam War memorabilia including Â‘KÂ’ rations and hand arms.
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. For the past 10 years, Dr. Buck practiced at Hackley Hospital Mercy Health, near her hometown of Muskegon, Michigan. 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For information about the National Hispanic Institute and its programs, visit NationalHispanicInstitute.org.OUTSTANDING STUDENT LEADERSPasco-Hernando State College honored 11 students with the Dr. Felisha R. Barker Outstanding Student Leader award, presented in memory of Barker, a former PHSC financial aid advisor, instructor, and academic and club advisor. Barker was employed at the school for nearly a decade. The local area outstanding student leaders in 2017 included Devon Chavarria and Samantha Politano, Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch, Wesley Chapel; and Jessi Perez and Ashley Puckett, East Campus, Dade City. Additionally, these local area military veteran students were recognized: Aryan Szczurowski, Porter Campus; and Dustin Thomas, East Campus. Community service awards were given to Phi Theta Kappa, Porter and East campus chapters.SAINT LEO PROMOTES MELANIE STORMSSaint Leo University has promoted Dr. Melanie Storms to senior vice president for Worldwide Operations.Storms was named vice president of the Worldwide division in June 2016. She will continue to be responsible for Saint LeoÂ’s education centers, graduate programs, and Center for Online Learning, as well as provide strategic leadership and oversight of the universityÂ’s marketing and enrollment functions.Storms earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida, and her masterÂ’s and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the Florida Institute of Technology.STUDENT RECOGNITIONSThe following students have been named to the spring DeanÂ’s List at their respective schools: Â Alexia Faith Acebo, of Lutz, University of Alabama Â Gleb Barkovskiy, of Lutz, Bucknell University, Pennsylvania Â Courtney F. Bobo, of Lutz, Samford University, Alabama Â Kelsey Bognar, of Lutz, Hofstra University, New York Â Alexis Burnette, of Wesley Chapel, Furman University, South Carolina Â Natalia Campos, of Lutz, Valdosta State University, Georgia Â Amanda Clifford, of Lutz, University of Alabama Â Nicholas Tyler Eicholtz, of Odessa, University of Alabama Â Alexandra C. Fietsam, of Wesley Chapel, Iowa State University Â Brycie Gauthier, of Lutz, Oklahoma City University Â Seriah Groen, of Odessa, Wheaton College, Illinois Â Gabrielle Harrison, of Lutz, University of Alabama Â Jessica Howell, of Lutz, Furman University, South Carolina Â Fiona Lefresne, of Lutz, Missouri State University Â Nathan Mansour, of Odessa, University of Dayton, Ohio Â Jordan Mark, of Lutz, Mercer University School of Engineering, Georgia Â Ebonee Nicholes, of Lutz, University of Alabama Also, Grace Korta, of Lutz, was named to the PresidentÂ’s List at Mercer University Eugene W. Stetson School of Business and Economics. The University of Alabama awarded a UA Away scholarship to Alexia Acebo, of Lutz. Acebo also has been named to the WhoÂ’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Cody Burger, of Lutz, graduated from Mercer University College of Pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy. Natalia Campos, of Lutz, earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Valdosta State University in Georgia. Missouri State University awarded a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Development to Bridget Soltau, of Land OÂ’ Lakes. Send school news to firstname.lastname@example.org 18A www.LakerLutzNews.com June 28, 2017 FREE LIFELINE PHONE AND MINUTESGet a free phone* + 350 minutes, unlimited texts & 500MB of data each month if you qualify for Lifeline Assistance. Apply at www.enroll.accesswireless.com.* Free phone may be provided by Access Wireless. Access Wireless is a service provider for the government-funded Lifeline Assistance program. 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Phelps plans to attend Northeast Catholic College in New Hampshire in the fall.COURTESY OF JILL EVANSDawn Newsome, vice president Business Lending and Scholarship Committee member, presented Anthony Conti with a $2,500 scholarship on behalf of San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union. Conti is a recent graduate of TorchbearersÂ’ Christian Academy in Dade City, and plans to study criminal justice/pre-law at Saint Leo University in the fall.
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No Appointment Needed Member of ChiroTrust(www.Chiro-Trust.org) Walk-Ins Welcome Hazard Response will host a Red White and Blue Station 1 Dedication and Fire and Police Salute on July 2 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. The event is for police, fire, emergency responders, their families and the community. Festivities include food, prizes and more. For information, call (813) 728-4251. The Wesley Chapel Noon Rotary Land O Lakes Satellite will paint Land O Lakes red, white and blue from July 1 to July 8, with patriotic bows along Land O Lakes Boulevard, to honor military personnel and veterans. Bows will include the business or personal name and the name of the person being honored or recognized in memoriam. Names also will be placed in an advertisement in The Laker/Lutz News. For information, call (813) 817-3011. Lutz-Land O Lakes American Legion Post 108 will place flags on veterans graves at the Lutz Cemetery on U.S. 41 on July 1 for Independence Day. The flags will be retrieved July 5. Members of the post and other volunteers are needed to help. Call Lyle Watson at (813) 996-5917. Sparklebration will take place July 4 at the Pasco County Fairgrounds. There will be festival food, entertainment, a hotdog-eating contest, a watermelon-eating contest, a vendor mall, balloon creations, face painting, bounce houses, pony rides, a petting zoo, a Hula Hoop contest, a karaoke contest, fireworks (weather permitting) and more. Gates open at 4 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and free for kids ages 12 and younger. Wristbands for unlimited play are $10. Parking is $5. For information, or to sign up for a contest, visit PascoCountyFair.com, or call (352) 5676678. The annual Lutz Fourth of July celebration and parade will take place in downtown Lutz, near the Train Depot. The parade will start at 10 a.m., and there will be a race and festivities before and after the parade. Admission and parking are free. Avalon Park West, 5227 Autumn Ridge Drive in Wesley Chapel, will host a July Fourth Celebration from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., with food trucks, bounce houses, vendors, community performances, and fireworks at 9 p.m. For information, visit AvalonParkWest.com. The American Victory Ship, docked behind the Florida Aquarium at 705 Channelside Drive, will host its Fourth of July Family FunFest on July 4 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. There will be music, games, food, beer, wine and family fun. Guests can watch the Channelside fireworks at 9 p.m., from on board the ship. Tickets are $14 for adults, $7 for kids age 12 and younger, and $10 for military and veterans. Group discounts are available for 10 people or more. The price does not include food and beverages. For tickets, call (866) 468-7630, or visit TicketWeb.com. The Cotanchobee Fort Brooke Park at Channelside in Tampa will be the site for a Red White & Blue Festival on July 4 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be live jazz by the Riverwalk, a watermelon-eating contest, a patriotic fashion show, a food court, a photo booth, games and activities, arts and crafts exhibits, a best-dressed competition for adults, children and pets, fireworks at 8:45 p.m., and more. No backpacks, large bags, luggage, coolers, outside food and beverage, alcohol, seating/chairs, tents, blankets or personal fireworks will be permitted. Get a free ticket at CityFestivals.org. Meanwhile, the newly built Cypress Creek Middle High School, off Old Pasco Road, is scheduled to open this fall. Initially, it will serve students in grades six through 11, but it will add grade 12 during the second year. Its boundaries affected Rushe, John Long and Weightman middle schools, and Sunlake, Wesley Chapel and Wiregrass high schools. Bexley Elementary School, 4380 Ballantrae Blvd. in the Bexley subdivision off State Road 54, also is set to open in the fall. It is intended to reduce crowding at Oakstead and Odessa elementary schools. The district also is proceeding on massive remodeling projects at Land O Lakes High School in Land O Lakes and Woodland Elementary School in Zephyrhills. Armstrong also urged supporters of the proposed school impact fee increase to show up to make their views known at the Pasco County Commissions second public hearing on school impact fees. That meeting is set for July 11 at 1:30 p.m., at the historic Pasco County Courthouse in Dade City. proved, could cost the county about $10 million in revenues beginning with the 2020 budget. County commissioners met in a workshop in New Port Richey for their first look at the new budget. They must approve the property tax rate on July 11. Two public hearings will be scheduled before a final vote in September. The fiscal year begins on Oct. 1. County commissioners quickly zeroed in on initiatives that they wanted to restore to residents, including extended library hours, new ambulances, park upgrades and fire trucks, and new hires for the Pasco County Sheriffs Office. I am not happy with the amount of money were giving our parks, said Pasco County Commissioner Kathryn Starkey. Because at $9 million, were closing our parks. We cant continue at this levelIm not happy having our libraries closed. Starkey suggested creating taxing units to dedicate money to libraries and parks. But, budget deadlines stymied that idea, and county commissioners opted to go again, to the reserve funds. Pay raises for county employees were a priority. Pasco County Commissioner Mike Wells said employees went for years without raises during the downturn of the economy. I hope we can eventually get to performance-based (pay raises), Wells said. There were some folks that were very, very, very underpaid. The initial budget, as presented by Biles, didnt have money for more library hours or much for parks. It did have about $5 million for a third installment of promised pay raises to sheriffs deputies. But, that left only about $557,000 in new revenue, and about $8 million in unfunded requests. There is potential for additional revenues from property taxes when Pasco County Property Appraiser Gary Joiner gives his final numbers by July 1. The current budget proposal includes preliminary estimates of about $24.2 million in tax revenues. That is about $1.3 million more than last year, or about a 5.8 percent increase. If final data exceeds that projection, commissioners can put money back into reserves, or opt to fund additional items. The following items were among those added to the budget: Additional 2 percent pay raise for county employees (for a total of 4 percent) Upgrades for parks in danger of being closed 14 new hires at the sheriffs office, including a crossing guard and traffic control officers Two new hires at property appraisers office and equipment upgrades Six new hires at the Pasco County Clerk & Comptrollers office A One Stop Shop for community services in Dade City More library hours and design work to modernize the New River and Centennial libraries Four new hires to aid administration in rewriting land development codes crease in the school impact fee for single family detached homes of $2,300, the letter says.Mark Spada, president of the builders association, reiterated those positions during the public hearing. The association also advocates an effective date of Jan. 1, 2018, for the higher fees. The current proposal calls for the new fees to take effect 90 days after the ordinance is adopted. Representatives for the multifamily industry and a land broker also expressed concerns about the proposed fees. The multifamily industry representatives said the fees are disproportionate for multifamily and will undermine new apartment development in Pasco County. They also questioned the data used to compute how many students are generated from multifamily developments. A land broker urged commissioners to look at the big picture, noting the proposed fees will raise development costs so significantly that it will drive away new projects. Besides hurting land owners who want to sell their land, she said, it will also damage the countys potential tax base. On the flip side, others urged commissioners to boost the impact fees to the level recommended by the consultant. They said that residential growth has put a squeeze on the school district and that it cannot keep pace with enrollment demands. Deputy Superintendent Ray Gadd said the district is trying to address the issue before the district has schools at 200 percent capacity, which it has in the past. The answer to solving school overcrowding is not by adding portables.Kids can learn just as well in a portable as they can in a concrete building, Gadd said. But, he noted, the bathrooms, cafeteria, media center and other facilities are built to accommodate a schools permanent capacity.When too many portables are added, he said, the infrastructure in the school building doesnt work. Commissioners appear to be leaning toward an increase, based on their questions and remarks during the public hearing, but it is unclear how much of an increase they will support or when the increase would take effect. Im in favor of doing something, said Commissioner Mike Wells. The issue is affordable housing. Affordable housing is multifamily. I know we need to do something on impact fees, added Commissioner Kathryn Starkey. I do have a concern on these multifamily numbers. If we have a sliding scale on the houses, why are we charging a studio the same price as say, a three-bedroom apartment? That doesnt make sense to me, if its about student generation. It may be possible to have a tiered system for apartments, said David Goldstein, chief assistant county attorney, but he would need to talk with the school boards consultant about it. Were happy to look at the multifamily issue, Gadd said. The second public hearing is set for July 11 at 1:30 p.m., at the historic Pasco County Courthouse in Dade City. Get all your favorite local news stories online.
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At Steinbrenner, Merrell was a four-year letter winner in baseball for coach John Crumbley; he also lettered in golf and track, where he recorded a 10.6-second, 100meter dash.SPECIAL OLYMPICS PASCO SWIM MEET JULY 15Special Olympics Pasco student-athletes will put their talents on display at the County Aquatics Meet July 15 at 5 p.m., at the New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatic Center, 6630 Van Buren St., New Port Richey. The aquatic athletes, who have trained two months for the event, will compete in a variety of swimming strokes and relays, ranging from 25-meter to 100-meter races. The event also will prepare them for the Area Games, on Aug. 12, in Dunedin. Competing athletes registered prior to the meet and participated in training at a Special Olympics Pasco Site. To become a volunteer for the event, contact Valerie Lundin at (727) 492-8413.Rick O Dette won nearly 500 games coaching baseball in the Midwest now hes looking for similar results down south in Pasco County. O Dette, who coached at Division II Saint Josephs College of Indiana for 17 seasons, was named Saint Leo Universitys new baseball coach on June 15. He replaces Saint Leo alumnus Sean O Connor, who surprisingly was let go after a 23-26 record in 2017 his first losing campaign in five seasons (155-90-1 record).O Dette, 41, most recently steered Saint Josephs to a 35-22 record and the programs fourth berth in the NCAA Midwest Regional despite the knowledge that the university would be suspending all operations following the 2016-2017 academic year.The achievement earned him Great Lakes Valley Conferences 2017 Coach of the Year. He also was selected as HERO Sports Division II Coach of the Year by a fan poll. Other college programs expressed interest in his services, but O Dette picked Saint Leo, calling it a hidden gem among the Division II baseball ranks. Besides the sunny Florida climate, O Dette pointed to Saint Leos conference affiliation (the highly competitive Sunshine State Conference), the universitys facilities and resources, and its academic reputation as key reasons the gig is so attractive. I thought it was an extremely appealing place...that we could win, and win at a high level, he said. Hes done plenty of that. At Saint Josephs College, O Dette amassed a 494-407-4 overall record. In fact, he will begin his first season in the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) ranked fourth among active SSC head coaches in total wins behind University of Tampas Joe Urso (744), Rollins Colleges Jon Sjogren (680), and Barry Universitys Juan Ranero (542). Throughout his 17-year ledger at Saint Josephs, O Dette coached 56 All-GLVC (Great Lakes Valley Conference) selections, 25 All-Region honorees and four Division II All-Americans. Moreover, 24 of his players have gone on to play professional baseball, including eight who were drafted or signed as free agents by Major League Baseball teams. Victories on the diamond arent the only hallmark of O Dettes squads. His players also are known for their classroom success. Every baseball student-athlete that exhausted his eligibility during O Dettes tenure at Saint Josephs College has earned a degree. Additionally, 84 players have earned GLVC Academic All-Conference honors during O Dettes time at the helm of Puma baseball. His most recent squad finished the academic year with a 3.38 team grade point average. Its a trend he plans to continue at Saint Leo. We want to make sure theyre wellrounded, O Dette said. Its just not going to be majoring in baseball, theyre going to have to do something when baseball is over. He continued: We have to recruit the right students. If were chasing that guy to go to class, were wasting time. O Dette, meanwhile, can best be described as a baseball lifer. He was a 15th round pick of the Boston Red Sox in the 1997 MLB First-Year Player Draft, and played at four different levels within the Red Sox organization, until injuries halted his career. He began his coaching career at 23 years old, almost immediately after his playing days ended. O Dette worked as a professional instructor for Championship Sports Academy in Tinley Park, Illinois, as well as the Chicago White Sox Training Center. He spent two summers as the head coach for the Upper Deck Cougars Baseball Organization out of Palos, Illinois, guiding the club to consecutive fourth place finishes at the World Championships. O Dette also spent the 1999-2000 academic year as the pitching coach for Andrean High School in Merrillville, Indiana. In a release, Saint Leo athletic director Francis X. Reidy said O Dette was exactly the type of coach we were looking for in the hiring search. He has proven his ability to develop a program built on academic success, athletic excellence and a commitment to the Division II ideal, and I am confident he will bring Saint Leo baseball back to the upper echelon of Sunshine State Conference baseball, Reidy said. Additionally, several of O Dettes former players expressed support for the hire on Facebook and Twitter, while fans and alums of Saint Josephs College lauded his coaching acumen. The hire also received support from industry leaders in the sport, including University of Illinois head baseball coach Dan Hartleb, the 2015 Big Ten Coach of the Year and National Coach of the Year finalist. Rick O Dette is an outstanding hire for Saint Leo. Hes one of the most respected recruiters in the Midwest and Chicagoland area, Hartleb said, in a statement. He is a tireless worker, develops great relationships with players, with people in the community and from a recruiting standpoint. Rick will develop the same type of recruiting relationships and reputation in Florida in a short amount of time. Rick will do whatever it takes to ethically build Saint Leos program into a national contender. Interestingly, O Dette isnt the first ball coach to make the trek from Rensselaer, Indiana, to east Pasco County. Academy at the Lakes varsity softball coach Diane Stephenson worked for Saint Josephs College in 2014 and 2015. She was hired by Academy at the Lakes in July 2016, and last season she led the private school to a 20-3 mark and the Class 2A regional finals. The Saint Leo baseball program just experienced its first losing season since 2012 a mark newly named head coach Rick O Dette looks to quickly reverse. Throughout the 2016-2017 season, the Lions fared well at the plate (.320 team batting average, 6.6 runs per game), but struggled mightily on the mound (6.56 team ERA, 73 home runs allowed). The Lions 23-26 record (8-16 Sunshine State Conference), can partially be blamed on a rash of injuries and a lack of depth. Obviously, last year they had a lot of injuries on the mound, so were just trying to evaluate the health of each guy, and then our needs. So, getting the pitching staff healthy and adding some depth to it is our first priority, O Dette said, analyzing last years team. Besides strengthening the pitching staff, creating positional stability particularly at catcher is another initial focus for O Dette and his new staff. Theres only one catcher on the roster, so our next thing is to find two catchers that can come in. Ideally, one older, transfer type guy and one high school type, he explained. Just a few reinforcements could make a drastic difference, considering the team lost five games by just one run. Saint Leo appears to have a workable nucleus, led by outfielder/third baseman Dylan Harris, a Land O Lakes High School graduate who paced the team in batting average (.448), on-base percentage (.472), hits (99) doubles (20) and stolen bases (15).Other expected key returnees on offense include rising juniors Brett Coffel (.297 average, seven home runs, 28 RBIs) and Derek Gibree (.323 average, 23 RBIs, nine steals), and seniors Lane Stancil (.317 average, eight doubles, 17 RBIs) and Chase Turner (.323 average, seven doubles, 23 RBIs).Moreover, the pitching staff if healthy has a decent base, and figures to be anchored by a pair of seniors in lefty Tyler Bauman (4.75 ERA, 81 strikeouts in 85.1 innings) and righty Oscar Gordillo (4.26 ERA, 25 strikeouts in 31.2 innings). An early signing recruiting class highlighted by former Land O Lakes High ace McCabe Sargent should help, too. The 6-foot-2, 190-pound right-hander displayed one of the top arms in Pasco County last season, recording a 1.97 ERA and 84 strikeouts in 67. 2 innings; he also exhibited an elite bat, posting a .455 batting average with four home runs and 28 RBIs. Meanwhile, O Dette will look to bolster Saint Leos roster by pursuing prospects from the high school and junior college ranks, as well as utilizing the Division I and Division II transfer market. Though much of his recruiting ties span major cities such as Chicago and Indianapolis, and states including Ohio, Michigan and Wisconsin, O Dette will first strive to make inroads within the Tampa Bay region a collective hotbed of baseball talent. Our goal is to try to get the best player we can out of that area at first, and then try to expand if we need to get the rest, he explained. Theres a lot of really good baseball in (Florida), and were excited to get with those guys. Were going to use every resource we can, no matter where theyre from, he added. The idea is we can sell the weather; the next step, obviously, is to sell the education and the baseball. Once on campus, the Lions new skipper will meet face-to-face with current players, and begin to lay the groundwork for his program, which emphasizes a team-based culture. Perhaps more than ever that can be a challenge, especially with the proliferation of travel ball, baseball showcases, social media and other distractions. Youve got to care about who else is on your team, before you can win, O Dette explained. I think if you put (players) in the right setting and they trust the coaching staff, you can get them to buy into what youre trying to do from a team concept; I think kids will do anything you ask them to do, if you get them to trust you. He added: If you put some structure up there and get them to work within some guidelines, usually youll have some success. Historically, O Dettes rosters at Saint Josephs College of Indiana featured an exciting style of play predicated on pitching and being middle strong defensively largely the catcher, second base, shortstop and center field positions. Youve got to be able to pick the ball up, and youve got to be able to throw strikes, he said. We like to run when we have the right team, and well make adjustments as needed, to make sure that were not stuck in one system with the wrong type of player, especially in the first couple of years.Saint Leo coach seeks to win at a high level COURTESY OF SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY COURTESY OF UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA STEINBRENNER ALUMNUS SIGNS WITH OAKLAND ATHLETICSSteinbrenner High School alumnus and former University of South Florida (USF) shortstop Kevin Merrell has signed with the Oakland Athletics, inking a $1.8 million signing bonus on June 20. Merrell, the No. 33 overall selection in the 2017 MLB Draft, graduated from Steinbrenner in 2014 and played three seaCOURTESY OF JOHN MEDVID Heavy haul! Sizing up Saint Leos baseball prospects COURTESY OF SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
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