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The Laker

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The Laker
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Laker (Land O'Lakes, Fla.)
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Diane Kortus ( publisher )
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Land O'Lakes, FL
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.

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Newspapers -- Pasco County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Land O'Lakes

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Began in 1982.
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Janet Gillis, publisher.
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"It's not Wednesday til you read The Laker."

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University of Florida
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During a recent tour of the school, Petrashek and Marc Graham, project superintendent for Walbridge, explained what the project entails and how it has been scheduled to allow the campus to be occupied during construction. “It’s a five-phase project,” Graham said, with areas being walled or fenced off, to allow students, faculty and staff to carry on their activities, while crews work to modernize and reconfigure spaces in the high school. By Kevin Weisskweiss@lakerlutznews.comPasco County building inspectors have condemned five additional homes — because of recent destabilization of a sinkhole on Ocean Pines Drive in Land O’ Lakes. Pasco County officials say the sinkhole grew another 30 feet, to a diameter of around 260 feet, after a bank on the western edge—closest to Lake Saxon — collapsed between the evening of Aug. 3 and the morning of Aug. 5. Previously, the sinkhole measured between 225 feet wide to 235 feet wide and approximately 50 feet deep. The recent destabilization may have resulted from seismic vibrations caused by heavy construction equipment operating nearby the site, according to Kevin Guthrie, the assistant county administrator for public safety. Unstable sinkhole claims 7 homesSee SINKHOLE, page11A By Kathy Steeleksteele@lakerlutznews.comThe next phase in a transportation vision for Tampa Bay took a local turn into Pasco County. More than 30 residents from Pasco and Hernando counties met on Aug. 3 as a “working group” tasked with recommending future transportation decisions. The Florida Department of Transportation hosted the event at the Myrtle Lake Baptist Church in Land O’ Lakes. The Community Working Group session was open to the public. It is one in a series of meetings in the Tampa Bay region as part of the Tampa Bay Next initiative. A regional meeting in Tampa kicked off the new initiative in May. There are six working groups in total, representing geographic areas of the region. Tampa Bay Next replaces the controversial Tampa Bay Express project that would have built new toll and express lanes along about 90 miles of Interstate 275, from Manatee County to Pasco County. One segment of the project remains. The state transportation department See MAKEOVER page11A Task Force meets on vision for SR 54/56By Kathy Steeleksteele@lakerlutznews.comA discussion on transportation solutions on the State Road 54/56 corridor will begin anew on Aug. 24, with the second in a series of meetings by the Vision 54/56 Task Force. The 17-member, volunteer task force had an organizational meeting in April.The study by the task force members will consider practical solutions to easing congestion, and promoting greater safety and mobility on a corridor that is bursting with new residential and commercial development.This is the second phase of a three-part initiative that began in 2016 with a task force that recommended 11 major highway and transit alternatives, as well as a no-build alternative. Those recommendations will get greater scrutiny in this second phase, with more focus on design and details of potential road projects. Some options under review include designs for elevated lanes, and redesigns at ground level. Some options include dedicated lanes for buses, and others don’t. The entire study includes the corridor, from Bruce B. Downs Boulevard on the east to U.S. 19 on the west. However, the focus currently is on two intersections: Little Road and State Road 54 in New Port Richey, and U.S. 41 and State Road 54 in Land O’ Lakes. Representatives from Pasco County Planning and Development, the county’s Metropolitan Planning Organization, Florida Department of Transportation and consultants with AECOM are assisting in the study. A third meeting is planned in 2017, probably in October. At least two additional meetings are planned in 2018, but no dates are scheduled. For information, visit PascoCountyFl.net. B.C. MANIONMarc Graham, project superintendent for Walbridge, is overseeing the massive makeover of Land O Lakes High School. Here, he describes how the company is converting an old stage area in the schools gymnasium, that was being used for storage, into two classrooms, which will be used for physical education classes. RICHARD K. RILEYEd McKinney, planning and environmental administrator for the Florida Department of Transportations District 7 office, in Tampa, met with more than 30 residents from Pasco and Hernando counties to talk about Tampa Bay Next. The initiative seeks to develop a transportation plan for Interstate 275. COURTESY OF PASCO COUNTYCeres Environmental Services, the main debris removal contractor, worked throughout much of the weekend on cleanup and recovery efforts. Besides debris removal and disposal, Ceres will pump and remove contaminated water, and stabilize the sinkhole as needed with granular fill, over the next several weeks.Land O’ Lakes High undergoes $29 million makeoverShaping a vision for transportation in PascoSee VISION, page11A WHAT: Vision 54/56 Phase 2 Task Force meetingWHERE: Pasco County Utilities Administration Building, 19420 Central Blvd., Land O’ Lakes WHEN: Aug. 24 from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.COST: Free, open to the public Kris Hughes, Pascos director of planning and development, gave an overview of efforts to find solutions to area traffic problems.

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Also, the design for an approximately 4,000-square-foot community center would be completed in 2018. Construction is scheduled in fiscal year 2019, at a cost of about $1 million. The Connerton District Park would receive about $2.5 million, as part of a park donation agreement between Pasco and Connertons developer. Construction would include athletic fields and other amenities. The park would be donated to the county, but the developer would operate and maintain it, according to county records. No construction date is available. FILE Park upgrades planned for 2018 COURTESY OF PATRICIA SERIO The Plant Lady steps up once more A new initiative between Hillsborough County Public Schools and the Hillsborough County Library Cooperative will bring library resources to more than 200,000 students, without the need to carry a library card. The Pew Research Center has found that 85 percent of Americans would like to have a library that works closely with local schools. About half of low-income children have very few, if any, books in their home. The HAAL Pass program will enable students to use their student ID number (and a default PIN number) instead of a traditional public library card to access online databases and research tools, read eBooks, and borrow up to three physical items from any Hillsborough County public library branch, with no overdue fines or lost book fees. HAAL stands for Hillsborough All Access Libraries. Students also will be able to get live homework help from Tutor.com, take practice tests using the Learning Express Library, and use public library computers to type papers and create presentations. All Hillsborough County Public Schools students, kindergarten through 12th grade, will be automatically enrolled in the program. Charter schools are included, too.Parents may opt their child out of the HAAL Pass by visiting tinyurl.com/ydhng9gy. Students who opt out will not be able to access public library resources in the classroom unless they have a standard Hillsborough County Public Library Cooperative card and know the full card number and PIN.For information, call (813) 273-3652.Library resources at students fingertips COURTESY OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

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Or, to stop delivery, go to www.lak erlutznews.com, select AboutŽ tab and complete Opt OutŽ form. ADDITIONAL COPIES: A listing of boxes and business locations is on our home page at www.lakerlutznews.com. EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for stories and news coverage are welcome. Please send ideas to news@lakerlutznews.com, or call our newsroom at 813 -909-2800. ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the space cost for the first insertion, or for the validity of cl aims made by advertisers. MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber, Greater Zephyrhills Chamber, Greater Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Ass ociation, Free Community Papers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Newspapers, Independent Free Newspapers of America.Advertising and editorial content 2015 by Manatee Media Inc. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior writt en permission from the publisher. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS ADVERTISINGTERRI WILLIAMSONSenior Account Managertwilliamson@lakerlutznews.comCHERYL MICHELAccount Managercmichel@lakerlutznews.comRACHEL THOMPSONClassified & Directory Salesrthompson@lakerlutznews.comDESIGNACCOUNTINGMATTHEW MISTRETTAArt Directormmistretta@lakerlutznews.comSTEFANIE BURLINGAMEGraphic Designersburlingame@lakerlutznews.comMARY EBERHARDmeberhard@lakerlutznews.comLOCATION: 3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 € Land O Lakes, FL 34639 MAIL: P O. 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Depending on their age and ability, they can wash fruits and vegetables, cut them into pieces, and package and label them to have on hand to have as a snack when they get home from school. While they are learning about food safety and food preparation at home, you can also build on nutrition lessons they get at school. Keep in mind the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s MyPlate icon and the guidelines on how much to eat from each food group when you are planning and serving food. Healthy snacks including fruits and vegetables are an easy way to complete your daily plan to achieve a balanced diet. Growing young minds and bodies need fuel throughout the day to stay well, grow strong and be ready to learn. Healthy snacks keep them going between meals. Plan ahead to prepare the snacks and have them readily available. This will help your children make the right lifestyle choices now, and also later in life. The following guidelines will help:  Practice preparing the snacks with your children; as they become more proficient they can make them on their own.  Teach them to use measuring cups or the proper size of containers, to practice portion control.  Don’t overlook food safety. Wash your hands. Wash the dishes and wipe off the counter. Here are some practical snack ideas:  Trail mix. This is one of my favorites because it is so easy to make and doesn’t need refrigeration. Using a mix of whole grain cereals, dried fruits, and nuts will add more fiber to your child’s diet. If you want to go to some extra effort, you can portion and package the trail mix attractively, using snack bags and pipe cleaners to make butterflies.  Other easy snacks include hard-cooked eggs, reduced-fat cheese (cheddar, string cheese, etc.) and crackers, and peanut butter on celery, or apple slices, topped with a row of raisins. Most children (and adults, too) do not consume the recommended daily allowance of fruits and vegetables, so snacks made of these are a good way to fill in those missed servings and also where those interesting container ideas (like canning jars) can come into play.  Veggie Dip Sticks: Take a small canning jelly jar (8 oz./1 cup) or plastic container about same size. Pour two tablespoons of lowfat ranch dressing (or hummus) into the bottom, add celery and carrot sticks no taller than the rim, add lid to seal. Store in the refrigerator for three days to four days.  Fruit with Yogurt on the bottom: Take a small canning jelly jar (1 cup) or plastic container about same size. Spoon four tablespoons of low-fat yogurt in the bottom, one tablespoon of granola (optional), and add fresh fruit of various shapes and colors almost to the rim, add lid to seal. Store in the refrigerator for three days to four days. Remember, you can teach your children to make these treats. And, with practice, they can do it on their own. As with any new food, be aware that some people have food allergies. The eight most common foods people are allergic to are milk; eggs; peanuts; tree nuts (such as almonds, cashews, walnuts); fish (such as bass, cod, flounder); shellfish (such as crab, lobster, shrimp); soy; and wheat. When purchasing food, be sure to read packaging because these eight foods are now included in food allergy labeling, and they account for an estimated 90 percent of allergic reactions.Betsy Crisp is a Professor Emeritus, UF/IFAS Extension Family & Consumer Sciences Scoops/Dippers: HOMEMADE PITA CHIPS/CROSTINI Ingredients: 3 (7-inch) whole-grain pita breads (or 1 whole grain baguette loaf)  2 Tablespoons olive oilInstructions: 1. Preheat oven to 400F. 2. Brush both sides of each pita round with oil, cut into wedges on a cutting board using a pizza cutter before putting on the baking sheet. If using baguette, cut into slices and place on the baking sheet in a single layer, and brush both sides with oil. 3. Bake in the oven until just golden, about 4 minutes per side. Cool before serving. 4. Use to dip into the hummus. Makes 20 chips.CUBAN BLACK BEAN HUMMUS (instead of the traditional chickpeas)Ingredients: 1 (15-ounce) can black beans, drained and rinsed  2 Tablespoons tahini (sesame seed paste)  1 clove of garlic, chopped  2 Tablespoons lime/lemon juice  2 Tablespoons cold water  12 teaspoon ground cumin  18 teaspoon cayenne pepper or 1 teaspoon hot sauce (optional)  4 Tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro or parsley (optional)Instructions: 1. Put all the ingredients in the bowl of the food processor fitted with a steel blade and process until smooth. Now taste it. Does it need more lime or lemon juice? More salt or spice? If so, add it and taste again.2. Using the spatula, scoop the dip into the serving bowl or lidded container.3. Serve right away, or cover and refrigerate up to five days. Makes 8 servings.LEMON HUMMUS (Note: requires use of a food processor and parent supervision)Ingredients: 1 can (16-ounce) chickpeas, drained and rinsed  1 clove of garlic, peeled  2 Tablespoons olive oil  cup lemon juice (or juice of one lemon plus zest)  3 Tablespoons cold water  12 teaspoon salt  14 teaspoon black pepperInstructions: 1. Put the steel blade in the food processor. Add the chickpeas and garlic, and turn the processor on. Process until the beans start to break apart and the garlic gets chopped. 2. Add the oil and lemon juice, and process again. 3. Add the water, 1 Tablespoon at a time, until the hummus reaches the consistency you prefer. 4. Add the salt and pepper, and process until completely smooth. 5. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour and up to three days. Makes 1 cup.PARMESAN YOGURT DIP WITH VEGGIES Ingredients: 2 cups plain, low-fat Greek yogurt  1 small clove of garlic, peeled and minced  3 Tablespoons lemon juice (or juice and grated zest of 1 small scrubbed lemon)  12 cup grated Parmesan cheese salt and pepper  1 bag each: baby carrots and celery sticks (or other vegetables)Instructions: 1. Put the yogurt, garlic, lemon juice and Parmesan cheese in a bowl and mix well.2. Add salt and pepper to taste. 3. Cover and refrigerate at least 1 hour and up to three days. Makes 8 servings.Just in time for school: Healthy snacks Whats Cookin

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MARINE CORPS LEAGUE MEETINGMarine Forever Detachment 1440 will meet the third Monday of every month at Beef O’ Brady’s, in the Village Lakes Shopping Center on State Road 54, in Land O’ Lakes. The business meeting starts at 7 p.m. The Social Group meets for Mess Call every Monday at 6 p.m. For information, contact L. David Kirk at (813) 956-2469 or dkirk@Marine4Ever.com.MOBILE ONE STOPCareerSource’s Mobile One will stop at the Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St., Aug. 10 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The self-contained resource room offers 12 computer stations; satellite internet and telecommunications; and printing/copying capabilities. Job seekers can search for work, create and print resumes, and access local and statewide job listings. For information, call (813) 780-0064.TECH TALKThe Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will offer “Tech Talk” Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. Participants can meet with the adult services librarian to learn about the Microsoft Office Suite and ask technologyrelated questions. For information, call (813) 929-1214.BUILD A BETTER WORLDThe Build a Better World programs at the Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host its summer finales. The preteen finale will be Aug. 11 at 2 p.m., with the theme “Mad Science: Fire and Ice.” There also will be a finale Aug. 12 at 10:15 a.m., with Silly Sam; and another one at 2 p.m., with the Jiggleman. For information, call (813) 929-1214.BOOK BAZAARThe Friends of the Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a book bazaar Aug. 11 and Aug. 12 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For information, call (352) 567-3576.TAIL WAGGIN’ TUTORSThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, will host “Tail Waggin’ Tutors” Aug. 12 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., for kids to take turns reading to a certified therapy dog from Therapy Dogs International. For information, call (813) 273-3652.SUCCULENTS SEMINARUF/IFAS Pasco Extension will offer a free seminar on succulents Aug. 12 at 10 a.m., at the Zephyrhills Library, 5347 Eighth St. Topics will include selecting, planting and caring for succulents, as well as demonstrations. There also will be free cuttings to take home. To register, visit tinyurl.com/y7suth97.KIDS CRAFT CORNERThe New River Library, 34043 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills, will offer a children’s craft corner Aug. 12 at 2 p.m., for kindergarten through third grade. Kids can make a craft to take home. For information, call (813) 788-6375.BACK TO SCHOOL BASHCobb Grove 16 Theatres, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, will host its annual Back to School Bash, “Let’s Build,” Aug. 12 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. There will be free school supplies, health and dental supplies, haircuts, face painting, games, community partner booths and more. For information, call (813) 948-5445. QUACK TO SCHOOLThe Glazer Children’s Museum, 110 W. Gasparilla Plaza, and Curtis Hixon Park, in Tampa, will host the Kiwanis IncredibleDuck Race and other ducky activities Aug. 12 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Museum admission will be $5. Guests can adopt a rubber duck to compete in the race by going to the Visitor Services desk at the museum before Aug. 12. HOMEOWNER HYDROPONICSUF/IFAS Pasco Extension will present “Hydroponics for the Homeowner” Aug. 12 from noon to 2 p.m., at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. This introduction is a workshop for homeowners that want to grow leafy crops. There also will be a demonstration. The cost is $10. Preregistration is required at tinyurl.com/yc9vg8vk. No payments will be taken at the door.KIDDUSH LUNCHEONCongregation Kol Ami, 3919 Moran Road in Tampa, will host a Kiddush luncheon following the 9:30 a.m. Shabbat services on Aug. 12. The luncheon is free, but nonmembers are asked to RSVP by calling (813) 962-6338.THE WIZARD OF OZTampa Theatre, 711 N. Franklin St., in downtown Tampa, will show “The Wizard of Oz” (1939) on Aug. 12 and Aug. 13 at 3 p.m., as part of its Summer Classics Movie Series. Prior to the screening, Bank of America will sponsor free 4x6 photos in the lobby, starting at 2 p.m. After the movie, there will be a short discussion, and an audience question-and-answer session. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for theater members. For information, visit TampaTheatre.org.POOL PARTYThe New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatic Center, 6630 Van Buren St., will host a pool party Aug. 12 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. All the pools will be open for the final pool party of the summer season. There also will be games, music and more. Aquatic Center members are free. General admission is $4. The center also has a concession stand, or guests can bring snacks. No glass containers, alcohol or smoking will be allowed. For information, call (727) 841-4560.PASCO DEMOCRATIC PARTYThe Pasco Democratic Party will host Stephen Bittel, chairman of the Florida Democratic Party, Aug. 14 at the Hilton Garden Inn Suncoast Parkway, 2155 Northpointe Parkway in Lutz. General admission is $10, or $25 with dinner included. There also will be a cash bar. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., with a 6:30 p.m. start time. Reservations will be on a first-come, first-served basis. To RSVP, email pascodems@earthlink.net, or call (415) 609-3633. To pay online, visit PascoDems.com.OPEN FOUNDRY HOURSThe Land O’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will have open Foundry hours Aug. 15 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., for anyone who would like to make their own projects. A completion of all forms and safety training are required. For information, call (813) 929-1214.JUMP, JIVE AND JAMThe Lutz Branch Library, 101 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road, will host “Jump, Jive and Jam” Aug. 15 from 11 a.m. to 11:45 p.m., for kids ages 3 to 6, with a parent or caregiver. Michelle Pinto will lead the funky, highenergy movement class. 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Participants also can learn how to make a pin box to observe the eclipse without damaging the eyes, and should bring a box. Free eclipse-viewing glasses will be given away to participants, while supplies last. The event is for all ages. For information, call (813) 273-3652, or visit HCPLC.org.Eclipse 2017 PartyThe Museum of Science and Industry, 4801 E. Fowler Ave., in Tampa, will host a free Eclipse 2017 Party Aug. 21 from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., for all ages. There will be hands-on science activities, viewing of the eclipse with specialized telescopes and a space talk. MOSI educators will be on hand to answer questions and ensure safe viewing. If cloudy skies prevent firsthand viewing of the eclipse, MOSI will air a live-stream video of the event from NASA. People in Tampa will be able to experience an eclipse with the moon blocking slightly more than 80 percent of the sun from 1:17 p.m. to 4:14 p.m., with maximum coverage taking place at 2:49 p.m. For information, contact Kenyetta White-Johnson at (813) 987-6304 or Kenyetta@mosi.org. IMAGE CREDIT: PHIL HARTOn August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cross the continental United States from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina. The last time a total eclipse crossed the United States from sea to sea was June 8, 1918. The 2017 eclipse in either total or partial phase can be seen by over 500 million people in North and South America, Europe, and Africa. In the U.S., millions will gather along a tiny ribbon less than 100 miles wide to see totality, the complete blocking out of the sun by the Moon which will reveal the solar corona. The rest of entire country will be able to see a partial eclipse. 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BACK FOR A LIMITED TIME SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION PRICING. CHECK OUT OUR NEW REWARDS PROGRAM By Kathy SteeleAs promised, it didnt take long. Bureaucratic wheels are turning on a project to build office and industrial space at the master-planned community of Asturia, off State Road 54. Pasco County commissioners approved a 10-year, $7 million loan to HP Asturia LLC on July 11 to aid in getting the two-phase project started. Private investment in the project is pegged at about $26 million, according to county records. On Aug. 1, Pasco County planners and representatives of Aurora Civil Engineering scheduled a pre-application meeting to discuss Asturia Industrial. That is a first step before submitting a site plan and other documents for approval from the Pasco County Commission. Were ready to start this afternoon, said Graham Mavar, in remarks to county commissioners at the July 11 meeting. Mavar is partner in leasing and development with Harrod Properties, which is developing the project. We like to self-develop everything, he said. We like the risk side so we build speculatively, which a lot of people wont do. Mavar estimated construction would start by the end of the year. County officials said they anticipate completion in 2018. The first phase of development includes a total of 107,500 square feet of industrial space. Two buildings are proposed. One is 40,000 square feet, including an 8,000square-foot mezzanine. The second industrial building would be 54,000 square feet, county records show. The loan agreement between the county and HP Asturia calls for the design, permitting and construction of the first phase to be completed within 24 months. Tampabased Harrod Properties Inc., is partnering in the development. The second phase of construction proposes a 128,000-square-foot industrial building, with the caution that plans could change. A future retail outparcel also is listed in the pre-application form. The industrial park is off State Road 54 in Odessa, about 1.5 miles west of Suncoast Parkway.The countys loan will aid in design and construction of a northern spine road connecting to Tower Road from State Road 54. Funding is from the Penny for Pasco program.However, if certain goals, primarily related to job creation, are met the entire loan could be forgiven, essentially becoming a grant. The buildings will be built on speculation, without pre-signed tenants. County officials project up to 400 new jobs, with total salaries estimated at about $11 million. They also anticipate economic growth from the development to add about $32 million to the countys gross domestic project annually. The loan agreement sets up the goals in phases. Once the new road is open to the public and there is a minimum of 80,000 square feet of industrial/office space, the county will forgive $4 million of the loan. Another $1 million would be forgiven on proof of 5year leases for the first buildings. Finally, the last $2 million would be forgiven at buildout, with additional leases, and total space of 200,000 square feet.Asturia industrial heading toward development COURTESY OF PASCO COUNTYHP Asturia and Harrod Properties Inc., plan to build up to 200,000 square feet of office and industrial space at the master-planned community of Asturia. This rendering depicts the faade of one of the proposed buildings.

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BIRTH CENTER TOURSSt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will host free orientation programs and tours of its Birth Center at 1 p.m., Aug. 13, Aug. 20 and Aug. 27. To register, call (813) 443-2046.HIV AND HEP C TESTINGThe Florida Department of Health in Pasco County will offer free rapid HIV and Hepatitis C testing, through its Mobile Medical Unit, available the following dates and locations: Aug. 14 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., First Baptist Church, 6835 Jasmine Blvd., Port Richey Aug. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Volunteer Way, 10002 Moon Lake Road, New Port Richey Aug. 28 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, 7540 Ridge Road, Port Richey Rapid testing results will be available in 20 minutes. Ora Sure HIV testing through oral swab also will be available Aug. 22 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Spirt of Life Church, 4133 Thys Road in New Port Richey. Ora Sure results will not be given the same day. For information, call the Prevention Team at the Florida Department of Health in Pasco County at (727) 619-0260.HEARING AID SEMINARThe Zephyrhills Library, 5347 Eighth St., will host a hearing aid seminar Aug. 15 from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Topics will include how we hear and the effects of untreated hearing loss; 10 things to know before purchasing a hearing aid; and, information on the newest hearing aid technology. For information, call (813) 780-0064. DIABETES ACADEMYThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a Diabetes Academy, an educational seminar, Aug. 15 from 10 a.m., on diabetes control. For information, call (352) 567-3576.PREPARED CHILDBIRTHSt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer a prepared childbirth two-session class Aug. 15 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Topics will include an in-depth look at the third trimester, labor, breathing, relaxation, and birthing and postpartum concerns. The cost is $50. To register, call (813) 4432046.GRIEF SUPPORTOur Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 2348 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes, will offer GriefShare, a grief support group Aug. 16, Aug. 23 and Aug. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., in Immaculata Hall, Room D. For information, call (813) 949-4565.LUNCH & LEARNPremier Community Healthcare and Moffitt Cancer Center will host a Lunch & Learn health session on How Medications Are Developed for Us Aug 17 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Zephyrhills Library, 5347 Eighth St. A community education specialist from Moffitt will lead the discussion. A light lunch will be served. Registration is required. For information, call (813) 780-0064.DISCUSSION ON STRESSFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills will present Stress: The Underestimated Assassin Aug. 17 at 1 p.m., at the CREATION Health Wellness Center, 38233 Daughtery Road in Zephyrhills. The discussion will be on the impact stress has on the body and techniques to minimize it. Reservations are required. For more information, call (813) 779-6476.CAR SEAT INSPECTIONSSt. Josephs Childrens Hospital will sponsor car seat inspections Aug. 17 starting at 9 a.m., at the AAA Auto Club, 14755 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Tampa. Inspections are free, but reservations must be made for a time slot. For information, call (813) 443-2046.HEALTH CLINICThe five offices of Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano will feature the Good Samaritan Health Clinic as its charitable organization for August. Good Samaritan is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit that provides free quality, nonemergency medical and dental services to eligible Pasco County residents. For information or to donate, call Greg Giordano at (727) 847-8179, or visit PascoTaxes.com.OAK HILL HOSPITAL AWARDSOak Hill Hospital has recognized Dr. Pariksith Singh with this years Frist Humanitarian Physician Award. Named in honor of Dr. Thomas F. Frist Sr., the founder of HCA and renowned humanitarian, the award recognizes individuals whose daily dedication and care giving epitomize the highest standards of quality and personal commitment. Liz Jennings, a registered nurse and certified perianesthesia nurse, was recognized by the Business & Professional Women of Florida with the Elaine Gordon Lifetime Achievement Award. The award, in memory of former State Representative Elaine Gordon, is given to those individuals who promote full participation, equity and economic selfsufficiency for Floridas working women. In the past, Jennings also had been recognized as an employee Frist Humanitarian Award winner.AL-ANON SUPPORT GROUPThe Al-Anon Family Groups are relatives and friends of alcoholics who share experiences, strength and hope in order to solve common problems. There are local day and evening groups that meet weekly. For meeting locations and times, and more information, visit the Pasco-HernandoCitrus website at nfldistrict5.com. For information, call (352) 697-0497. Chiropractic can help with back and neck pain, migraines, joint discomfort and more. Let our licensed chiropractors relieve your aches and pains in a way that works for everyday life. Walk-ins Welcome Open Evenings & Weekends No Insurance Needed Aordable Plans & PackagesThis Joint is Legal.Natural, aordable pain relief Visit includes consultation, exam and adjustment Initial Visit LIMITED TIME OFFER STOP BY A CLINIC NEAR YOU. *Offer valued at $39. Valid for new patients only. See clinic for chiropractor(s) name and license info. Clinics managed and/ or owned by franchisee or Prof. Corps. Restrictions may apply to Medicare eligible patients. Individual results may vary. THE P ATIENT AND ANY OTHER PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT HAS THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY, CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE REIMBURSED FOR ANY OTHER SERVICE, EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT WHICH IS PERFORMED AS A RESULT OF AND WITHIN 72 HOURS OF RESPONDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE FREE, DISCOUNTED OR REDUCED FEE SERVICES, EXAMINATION OR TREATMENT. 2017 The Joint Corp. All Rights Reserved.New Tampa Center 19014 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL 33647 (813) 995-7380 | thejoint.com 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. Health & Wellness 8A 1519 Dale Mabry Hwy, Ste 105, Lutz Stop in for a FREE TOURof the Tampa Bay Hearing Aid Hospital! Hear how the birds, on every blooming spray, with joyous music wake the dawning day.Alexander Pope Dr. Judith L. Reese Audiologist & Hearing Aid Expert BRING JOYOUS MUSIC BACK INTO YOUR LIFE! 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Not valid with any other offers or insurance. Does not include periodontal therapy. Limited time only. *EXPIRES 8/31/17 Closer Look an advertiser Profile Special to The Laker / Lutz News Much of what we think of as belly dancing has been shaped by its portrayal in scores of classic movies about the Middle East, like Sinbad and Aladdin, or perhaps by the opening credits of televisions I Dream of Jeannie. Some of those are accurate depictions of the folk dance, but many are just a bunch of tinseltown hokum. At the American BellyDance Studio in Lutz you can learn numerous authentic styles, from traditional to fusion. ABS owner, Kandy Sinquefield, whose stage name is Kadayif, has taught it for more than 20 years. An ankle injury forced me to give up ballet because I could no longer do the pointe work, and thats how I got into belly dance, she said. Belly dance is an aerobic form of exercise that limits the impact on joints, so everyone can participate. Moreover, it promotes grace, confidence, self-expression, and enhances mobility and offers a great cardio workout to boot. Sinquefield is a registered nurse by trade, but has studied belly dance all over the world. She gives students safe, attainable goals for dance technique and exercise. Most of her ABS students are professional women like herself, who use classes as unwind time. Classes range from beginner to professional levels, and include basic instruction and specialization in styles such as Turkish Rom, Classic Egyptian, American Tribal, Tribal Fusion, and Gypsy. They even offer a few classes for children. ABS dancers are featured performers throughout the year at events like the Florida State Fair, renaissance festivals, local parades, various charitable events and several showcases held on site, in their 60-seat, theater space. Performers dance to traditional and nontraditional music as well. Kadayif works hard to promote a family atmosphere at American BellyDance Studio. Many of our dancers spouses help out during the shows with staging, lighting and concessions. The childrens classes kind of grew out their desire to participate after seeing their mommies practice and perform. It was really kind of a natural progression, she added. Its not all about belly either. ABS also features ballet, hip-hop and jazz classes, which are fused into the performances. For those who arent sure if this is the right fit for them, the studio offers free, no obligation, introductory classes, and a very flexible price structure to fit any schedule or budget. If youre looking for a fun and exotic way to get a fantastic cardio workout, then follow your gut instincts to American BellyDance Studio, 1.5 miles north of Bearss Ave., in the Sydney Center on the corner of U.S. 41 and Whitaker Road in Lutz. 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SCHOOL CALENDAR SETThe District School Board of Pasco County approved the 2017-2018 school calendar. The first day for teachers was Aug. 7, and the first day for students will be Aug. 14. Its weeklong practice of Thanksgiving break will continue, with the Monday and Tuesday of the week set as possible hurricane makeup days. Winter break will begin Dec. 23. Employees will return on Jan. 8, 2018 and students will return on Jan. 9, 2018. Spring break for students will be March 16 through March 25, and spring break for employees will run March 17 through March 25. The last day of school for students is scheduled for May 25, and the last day for teachers will be May 30. Other non-school days include Labor Day on Sept. 4, Teacher Planning Day on Oct. 16, and Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 15, 2018. High school graduations will take place May 17 through May 20. For more details, visit Pasco.k12.fl.us.LOCAL RESIDENTS WIN AWARDCarmen and Roman Mesa, owners of Discovery Point Terra Bella in Land O Lakes, were honored with the Presidents Award, which is given to franchise owners who demonstrate excellence in developing and supporting the Discovery Point brand and values. The Mesas also received the High 5 Center of Excellence Award, which recognizes franchisees that demonstrate excellence in operations, compliance and community service. In addition to operating the Land O Lakes center, the Mesa family also owns and operates a center in New Port Richey.BE A BEST BUDDIES SPONSORStudents at Dr. John Long Middle School in Wesley Chapel have been volunteering as part of Best Buddies, a club that provides students with and without disabilities the opportunity to be part of a global volunteer movement, which positively impacts the school and the Wesley Chapel community. Best Buddies is a nonprofit organization dedicated to create opportunities for one-toone friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. During the 2016-2017 school year, John Long Middle student volunteers and leaders inaugurated the Best Buddies Chapter at the school. The chapter members formed friendships, hosted a Special Olympics Holiday Party, attended the Friendship Ball, attended legislative week to advocate for inclusion, and participated and raised funds for the Friendship Walk. To support the schools mission for the 2017-2018 school year, John Long Middle is looking for sponsors for its Best Buddies chapter. To find out how to make a taxdeductible donation before Sept. 1, call Andi Walker at (813) 346-6200.NEW SCHOOL BELL TIMESThe District School Board of Pasco County has approved new bell times for these local area schools, with explanations, as follows: Bexley Elementary School: 9:40 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. (new school) Charles S. Rushe Middle School: 7:25 a.m. to 1:50 p.m. Changed from 8:40 a.m. to 2:50 p.m., to balance routes associated with the opening of the districts new transportation garage and compressed natural gas filling station in Odessa. Cypress Creek Middle High School: 7:25 a.m. to 1:50 p.m. (new school) Land O Lakes High School: 7:25 a.m. to 1:55 p.m. Changed from 7:30 a.m., to give additional time for passing between classes needed due to construction. Wiregrass Ranch High School: 7:25 a.m. to 1:56 p.m. Changed from dual bell times associated with 10-period day, which ends with the opening of Cypress Creek Middle High School. For information, visit PascoSchools.org.TOP COLLEGEAdvisoryHQ has ranked Marchman Technical College as one of the Top Six Best Colleges in Florida for 2017. AdvisoryHQ is a global news website that researches, reviews and ranks organizations and products from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. It bases its college rankings on a mixture of criteria, including cost, real-world application and program offerings. This is the second time this year Marchman Technical College has been recognized as one of the top colleges in Florida. In March, BestColleges.com ranked the school No. 2 on the list of Best Community Colleges in Florida. 10A i c u d In nt t r o du uc ci in ng: McGuires Irrig a INSPECTIONS SERVICES a tion Services REPAIRS WE Inspection fee of $65. 0 Cannot be used with other offers. 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The award is given with criteria of challenges faced during the school year, how the challenges were handled, mentor participation in TSIC events, meeting or exceeding the number of documented mandatory mentor sessions, and student feedback. Wickham joined TSIC as a mentor in 2015. He is employed as president/CEO at Youth & Family Alternatives in Pasco County. COURTESY OF PASCO EDUCATION FOUNDATION

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W (813) 534-4 3 Schedule your a p FHPG-10267 i n it y r Tr T L u t zFindMyPhysician.org 3 96 AILABLE VA AV p pointment today! ONLINE SCHEDULING A V 11A He reassured the sinkhole is not active, based on information hes received from geoengineers and other experts. We did anticipate that we were going to have potential problems (during cleanup), Guthrie said. The widening temporarily halted cleanup operations and forced building inspectors to condemn five more homes, which show signs of foundation shifts and compromised structural integrity. The recent destabilization of the sinkhole was the first documented movement since July 19, when the perimeter widened by approximately 10 feet, after sand erosion just below the ground surface dried and collapsed into the hole. The sinkhole originally opened July 14 in the Lake Padgett community. Officials say that most of the sinkhole is about 180 feet wide. Its current depth has not been verified. On the day that the sinkhole opened, it engulfed the properties at 21825 Ocean Pines Drive and 21835 Ocean Drive. The five additional homes that have met the criteria for demolition are: 21815 Ocean Pines Drive 21814 Ocean Pines Drive 3153 Canal Place 21748 Ocean Pines Drive 21845 Ocean Pines Drive Meanwhile, cleanup efforts have resumed. On July 31, the Pasco County Commission approved $1.3 million to remove the debris, eliminate the public health threat and secure the sinkhole site. Ceres Environmental Services, the main debris removal contractor, worked throughout much of the weekend on cleanup and recovery efforts. On the afternoon of Aug. 5, crews began dumping truckloads of lime rock to stabilize one side of the sinkhole and create a slope, to remove floating debris via a small platform barge equipped with an excavator. A total of 125 dump trucks of uncrushed lime rock were brought into the sinkhole area, and five semi-loads of debris were removed from the site. Following debris removal and disposal by Ceres, EnviroWaste Services will begin removing contaminated water from the site, over the next several weeks. The county also may opt to bring the roadway leading to the sinkhole up to grade, to later be asphalted in. Guthrie said the Phase 1 tasks will not be rushed, to prevent any injuries and further evacuations. During this recovery process, we are going to be slow, deliberate, methodical in our approach, as to not get anyone injured, he said. If we have to slow down, we slow down. Speed is not of the essence here. Following the cleanup phase, county administrators will hit the pause button to consult with the Pasco County Commission for the next phases. Possible long-term options range from leaving the sinkhole alone, to filling and repairing the sinkhole, or connecting it to a nearby lake. Estimates on filling the entire sinkhole would require at least 135,000 cubic yards of dirt. The entire mitigation of the sinkhole is expected to take several months. During cleanup, the county is deploying four safety officers to monitor the sinkhole. They will alert neighbors door-to-door if additional evacuations are necessary. plans to build a replacement bridge for the Howard Franklin bridge, which links Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.That bridge replacement will include four multipurpose lanes and two express lanes. But, the state roads department wants public input during the next two years for a new road project on I-275. The goal is to have plans ready by 2019.Based on reactions to Tampa Bay Express, residents are tired of focusing only on car-driven road projects, said Ed McKinney, planning and environmental administrator for FDOTs District 7 office, in Tampa.Tampa Bay Next is meant to start conversations. Were not going to show you any projects, McKinney said. Were not going to show you any plansWe hear over and over we need to be thinking differently. People who say that are absolutely right, he said. Some of the trouble spots already identified in Pasco include the State Road 56 interchange on Interstate 75, the east/west corridor of State Road 54 and State Road 56, the intersection of State Road 54 and U.S. 41, and the lack of transit options. At the working group sessions, people divided into five teams that prioritized transportation needs. They also made organizational decisions for future meetings. As a group, they voted on priorities, based on a compiled list of recommendations from every team. Top priorities included: Adding light rail, possibly on U.S. 301 and the State Road 56 extension, and more bus service to destinations and high traffic areas Converting CSX rail lines for passenger service Providing Bus Rapid Transit, or BRT, to serve the area The session also produced a longer list of traffic problems people want addressed. Requests and complaints included: I-75 and State Road 56 fix it I-75 and Overpass Road do it State Road 54 and U.S. 41 intersection fix it Put multi-use trail on one side of State Road 56 extension and let it meander More park and ride facilities Extend Tower Road to State Road 589 and widen U.S. 41 Yay Bexley! Most of east Pasco is shoved onto I-75 Too many (development) entitlements on State Road 54 Plan for more recreational and bicycle trails Once priorities were decided, Land O Lakes resident Jack George posed a question during public comment. What is the end game here? What is the objective? he said. I havent heard that tonight and, without a goal, I dont know how to get there. McKinney said the state department of transportation planned a series of video primers to provide information on a broad range of topics, including how projects get funded. The primers hopefully will educate people on issues such as how projects are developed and funded, and allow for longer conversations. The videos will be posted online, McKinney said. Tampa Bay Next isnt the only transportation initiative in Pasco. Kris Hughes, the countys planning and development director, offered perspective on some ongoing efforts. For example, vision planning for State Road 54 and State Road 56 is entering a second phase, with a public meeting on Aug. 24 at 5:30 p.m., at the Pasco Utilities Administration Building, off U.S. 41. The county is partnering in that effort, while also completing a separate planning study in the area. Hughes also noted that new technology, including driverless cars, will be part of new development in the Connected City corridor in northeast Pasco. This is a very complex, very intricate system of efforts, Hughes said. In addition to Walbridges crew, the school district has two inspectors onsite, Petrashek said, who will be monitoring code compliance and quality assurance. With 1,700, 1,800 students working on an occupied campus, even with the exceptional record that Walbridge has for safety and the protection of their staff and the students, it warranted having two people keeping eyes on this, coordinating with the school, the staff, the principal, to make this happen, Petrashek said. The projects $29 million price tag includes construction, furniture and equipment, permitting fees, design fees, relocating portables, fencing and other expenses. Petrashek said it wouldnt be possible to do the project on an occupied campus without the close cooperation of Ric Mellin, the schools principal. Mr. Mellin has really been exceptional to work with on this project. Hes innovative. Hes taken the attitude, We do what we have to, to make this a success, Petrashek said. Some of the adjustments for the coming year include creative scheduling to maximize the use of classroom space. The principal has figured all of that out, Petrashek said. About a quarter of the school will be shut down at a time, Mellin said, noting parents did not want their children moved to a different campus or on any kind of split session. The school day has been changed from seven periods to six periods, and the break for lunch has been shortened to 30 minutes. Mellin said he thinks some people may have had the wrong idea about the scope of the project, perhaps thinking it was just a cosmetic update. Its far more than that, Mellin said. This is a tearing down walls to the bare minimum, redoing plumbing, electrical, upgrades to technology, Mellin said. It also involves new walls, new floors and new ceilings, Graham said. The restrooms will be brought up to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant. Theyll be completely gutted and refurbished, added Petrashek. Doing such a substantial project while the campus is occupied requires a considerable amount of precaution, Petrashek said. Mellin noted that parents wanted to be assured that the air quality will be protected. Petrashek said the district will be on top of the issue. Were going to test on an ongoing basis, so we can respond, he said. The project will add capacity, but involves little new construction. The school initially was constructed for 1,200 students. Over time, portables and additions increased its capacity to 1,700. At completion of the renovation, the capacity will exceed 2,000, Petrashek said. A five-classroom addition is being made to the science wing, replacing an area that previously was occupied by portables. The other addition is the administration addition, which is going to be out front, Graham said. That will be done in a later phase. Theres going to be inconvenience every day that this project goes on, Petrashek said. But, anytime the contractors are doing work that is noisy, that will cause any type of disruption, they have to move that work to the swing shift, after school dismisses, he said. The project also will require adjustments from students and staff, as classes are moved from one part of the campus to another. Year two takes on a lot more classrooms, Mellin said, noting, were going to have to be a little more creative with our scheduling Year 2. But, the principal hopes that by then people will have adjusted to the idea that the school renovation is a work in progress. The project must be completed by August 2019. Meeting that deadline isnt optional, Graham said. The seasons of the school are what they are, he said, adding if construction crews run into some sort of delay, theyll need to make up for lost time. Sometimes we have to run two shifts. Sometimes we run Saturdays and Sundays thats the extra time we have available, Graham said. RICHARD K. RILEY COURTESY OF PASCO COUNTY SCHOOLS

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12A ACADEMY AT THE LAKES WILDCATS (8-MAN-FLORIDA CHRISTIAN REGION 2)(All kickoff times are 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 at Citi Christian Academy (4 p.m.) Week 2: Sep. 1 Bye Week Week 3: Sep. 8 Eastland Christian Week 4: Sep. 15 at Golden Rule Academy Week 5: Sep. 22 Canterbury Week 6: Sep. 28 Solid Rock Community Week 7: Oct. 6 Bye Week Week 8: Oct. 13 Lakeside Christian Week 9: Oct. 20 at Donahue Catholic Week 10: Oct. 27 Seacoast Christian Academy Week 11: Nov. 3 at Hernando Christian AcademyBISHOP MCLAUGHLIN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL HURRICANES(INDEPENDENT-SUNSHINE STATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE(SSAC)(All kickoff times are 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 Zephyrhills Christian Week 2: Sep. 1 at First Academy-Leesburg Week 3: Sep. 8 Seffner Christian Week 4: Sep. 15 Ocala Christian Week 5: Sep. 22 Bye Week Week 6: Sep. 29 Santa Fe Catholic Week 7: Oct. 6 Bayshore Christian Week 8: Oct. 13 at Mount Dora Christian Week 9: Oct. 20 at Foundation Academy Week 10: Oct. 27 SSAC Playoff/Crossover Week 11: Nov. 3 SSAC Playoff/CrossoverCYPRESS CREEK MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL COYOTES (CLASS 4A-REGION 3)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 Gulf Week 2: Sep. 1 at Ridgewood Week 3: Sep. 8 at Hudson Week 4: Sep. 15 at Pasco Week 5: Sep. 22 Land O Lakes Week 6: Sep. 29 Bye Week Week 7: Oct. 6 at Sunlake Week 8: Oct. 13 Tampa Catholic Week 9: Oct. 20 at Springstead Week 10: Oct. 27 Mulberry Week 11: Nov. 3 at AncloteLAND O LAKES HIGH SCHOOL GATORS (CLASS 6A-REGION 6)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 at Ridgewood Week 2: Sep. 1 at Anclote Week 3: Sep. 8 Hernando (7 p.m.) Week 4: Sep. 15 at Sunlake Week 5: Sep. 22 at Cypress Creek Week 6: Sep. 29 Bye Week Week 7: Oct. 6 at Lakeland Christian Week 8: Oct. 13 at Springstead Week 9: Oct. 20 Pasco Week 10: Oct. 27 Mitchell Week 11: Nov. 3 FivayPASCO HIGH SCHOOL PIRATES (CLASS 6A-REGION 6)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 Hudson Week 2: Sep. 1 at Gulf Week 3: Sep. 8 Wesley Chapel Week 4: Sep. 15 Cypress Creek Week 5: Sep. 22 Bye Week Week 6: Sep. 29 Mitchell Week 7: Oct. 6 at Superior Collegiate Week 8: Oct. 13 at Sunlake Week 9: Oct. 20 at Land O Lakes Week 10: Oct. 27 Springstead Week 11: Nov. 3 at ZephyrhillsSUNLAKE HIGH SCHOOL SEAHAWKS (CLASS 6A-REGION 6)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 Wesley Chapel Week 2: Sep. 1 Zephyrhills Week 3: Sep. 8 at Wiregrass Ranch Week 4: Sep. 15 Land O Lakes Week 5: Sep. 22 Bye Week Week 6: Sep. 29 at Springstead Week 7: Oct. 6 Wesley Chapel Cypress Creek Week 8: Oct. 13 Pasco Week 9: Oct. 20 at Mitchell Week 10: Oct. 27 Brooksville Central Week 11: Nov. 3 at River RidgeWESLEY CHAPEL HIGH SCHOOL WILDCATS (CLASS 5A-REGION 8)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 at Sunlake Week 2: Sep. 1 Wiregrass Ranch Week 3: Sep. 8 at Pasco Week 4: Sep. 15 Fivay Week 5: Sep. 22 Gulf Week 6: Sep. 29 at Anclote Week 7: Oct. 6 at Ridgewood Week 8: Oct. 13 at Hudson Week 9: Oct. 20 Zephyrhills Week 10: Oct. 27 River Ridge Week 11: Nov. 3 Bye WeekWIREGRASS RANCH HIGH SCHOOL BULLS (CLASS 7A-REGION 8)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 Zephyrhills Week 2: Sep. 1 at Wesley Chapel Week 3: Sep. 8 Sunlake Week 4: Sep. 15 at Sickles Week 5: Sep. 22 Wharton Week 6: Sep. 29 Bye Week Week 7: Oct. 6 at Gaither Week 8: Oct. 13 at Freedom Week 9: Oct. 20 Leto Week 10: Oct. 27 Plant Week 11: Nov. 3 at AuburndaleZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL BULLDOGS (CLASS 5A-REGION 8)(All kickoff times are 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 at Wiregrass Ranch Week 2: Sep. 1 at Sunlake Week 3: Sep. 8 Bye Week Week 4: Sep. 15 at Ridgewood Week 5: Sep. 22 Fivay Week 6: Sep. 29 at Gulf Week 7: Oct. 6 Anclote Week 8: Oct. 13 River Ridge Week 9: Oct. 20 at Wesley Chapel Week 10: Oct. 27 Hudson Week 11: Nov. 3 PascoZEPHYRHILLS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY WARRIORS(CLASS 2A-REGION 2))(All kickoff times are 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted.) Week 1: Aug. 25 at Bishop McLaughlin Week 2: Sep. 1 Seffner Christian Week 3: Sep. 8 at Bradenton Christian (7:30 p.m.) Week 4: Sep. 15 St. John Lutheran Week 5: Sep. 22 at Tenoroc (7:30 p.m.) Week 6: Sep. 29 Bye Week Week 7: Oct. 6 at Victory Christian Week 8: Oct. 13 Kissimmee Avant Garde Week 9: Oct. 20 Indian Rocks Christian Week 10: Oct. 27 Kingdom Prep Week 11: Nov. 3 at Admiral Farragut SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SEND SPORTS NEWS TO KWEISS@LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM CHECKTHIS OUT record in the javelin by 6 meters. The events were held from July 16 to July 22. The Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals is for athletes ages 6 to 22 with physical disabilities, and is the oldest and With the high school football season just around the corner, one school in Wesley Chapel is gearing up for its inaugural season. The Cypress Creek High Coyotes began practices last week, in preparation for its first regular season home opener on Aug. 25 against the Gulf High Buccaneers. The looming matchup brings intrigue, as it pits the upstart Coyotes against a Gulf program that has gone winless the last two seasons (0-20 combined in 2015 and 2016). Mike Johnson, the Coyotes first-year head coach, expects the opener to be surreal, for players, coaches and fans alike. To be able to walk on the field for the very first time thats going to be a cool feeling for everybody, Johnson said. That first Friday night is going to be pretty cool. Whether they (Gulf) break a long losing streak or we win the first game in school history, thats going to pretty neat, whichever way it does go. The Coyotes currently have about 40 players, enough to fill varsity and junior varsity teams; the varsity team will play in Class 4A for at least two years. The schools first football team features no seniors though because only underclassmen from Wesley Chapel and Wiregrass high schools were rezoned to Cypress Creek.The school, located 8701 Old Pasco Road, will have nearly 1,500 students in grades six through 11 this year. For some players, like Logan Bercaw, switching schools was an adjustment. Bercaw, a junior lineman, spent the past two years at Wiregrass Ranch. It was a little difficult, he said, because you started your first two years playing football at one school, thinking youre going to finish there, and then you get switched out to a different school. Its nice, because its a brand-new school, but its a pretty big change. Besides Bercaw, much of the 2017 team is composed of freshman and sophomores. Were very young, said Kevin LaChance, an assistant who coaches running backs and linebackers. Were just trying to get something built, start laying a foundationand to do the best we can. With such a youthful roster, the Coyotes coaching staff spent much of the first week addressing basic fundamentals, such as safe tackling and blocking techniques, and focusing on running formations and ball protection. Learning a new playbook and hitting the weight room were emphasized, too. Were breaking it down to the very basics, Johnson said. All those basic fundamentals are really going to help them out in the long run. Inexperience aside, the head coach is pleased with the teams results in workouts and practices thus far. Weve been getting after it, Johnson said. Theyve come out and put in the work. I was very pleased with the amount of players we had out here and the effort they were giving. Its definitely a positive. The summer practices are especially valuable, considering most of the roster didnt participate in the programs spring drills occupied with other sports and activities at their former schools. The early returns show the Coyotes have workable talent particularly at skill positions. I think weve got some speed, which I enjoy, said Johnson. Were loaded at running back. I think weve got quite a few running backs/receiver types. One of those is sophomore running back Keith Walker. The Wesley Chapel transfer made varsity his freshman year, and earned playing time in a crowded backfield that featured Dexter Leverett (1,249 yards on 165 carries), Malik Melvin (358 yards on 53 carries) and Ellrie Allen (117 yards on 23 carries). There, Walker flashed breakaway speed on handoffs (136 yards on 13 carries) and as a receiver (102 yards on four catches). The Coyotes also have found a viable starter at quarterback, in sophomore Jehlani Warren, a transfer from Wiregrass Ranch. Hell be able to run the ball a little bit, too, Johnson said. Cypress Creek, meanwhile, marks Johnsons first varsity head coaching gig. He previously coached at Stuart Middle School and served as an offensive line coach at Wesley Chapel High School, under former head coach Ben Alford. He believes hes up to the task of leading a high school program. I learned over the years the process of how to manage and how to handle (a team), said Johnson, also a former defensive back at Division III Eureka College in Illinois. That includes conforming to a foundation he calls the Cs Commitment, Consistency, Courage, Communication and Compassion. Im a big guy on, Be here on time, show me effort in practice, and well find a place for you, Johnson explained. Youve got to be here, and youve got to give me 100 percent all the time, and well definitely find a spot for you, somewhere. What the program may lack in initial experience coaching and playing it makes up in its new digs. Cypress Creek offers multiple practice fields adjacent to its football stadium, as well as a Fieldhouse and state-of-the-art weight room measuring nearly 2,300 square feet. Locker rooms, moreover, features ample space to accommodate both high school and middle school teams. Its very nice, LaChance said of the facilities. Everything looks fresh and new; the weight room looks amazing. Its phenomenal; you cant beat it, added Johnson. If youre enrolled here, I wouldnt see why you wouldnt want to play here. If you have any type of passion to play football, youd want to be here and involved with that weight room and those practice facilities. Its definitely a fantastic opportunity for me and the coaching staff and the players, he said.Cypress Creek readies for inaugural season KEVIN WEISS LOCAL PARALYMPIC TEAM SHINES AT JUNIOR NATIONALSParalympic Sport Tampa Bay, a program of Hillsborough County Parks & Recreation, recently won the Small Team Division at the National Junior Disability Championships, in Middleton, Wisconsin. The team, comprised of three athletes, competed in track and field, swimming, archery and weightlifting, squaring off against hundreds of others nationwide. In all, Eric Lowry, 17, of Land O Lakes; Danielle Kanas, 12, of Lutz; and, 15-year-old Logan Krepop, of Parrish, won a combined 18 gold, 11 silver and four bronze medals. One of those gold medals came when Kanas shattered the previous national The 2017 Florida high school football season is just a few weeks away. Here are the 2017 football schedules for Pasco County schools in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area:Pasco County football schedules released COURTESY OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY largest continuously held competitive sports event in the country.A signature program of Hillsborough Countys Parks & Recreation, Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay offers year-round sports and recreation programs to promote healthy lifestyles, independence and personal growth for people with physical disabilities.

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INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & More B Maybe because its an island. Or, maybe because its close to home, but feels so far away.Or, maybe because Anna Maria Island lulls you with its watery beauty and makes you forget the world outside. Maybe, for all these reasons, this island is an ideal place for a day-trip. For years, Tampa families have escaped to their second homes on the island on weekends just to get away. Most were nothing fancy, white cottages an easy stroll from long stretches of sandy beaches. If they got up early enough, they might be the only ones on the beach for miles. Some modest cottages and little houses are still there. But, more and more have been torn down and replaced by much larger homes on the water, more often owned by out-of-staters than by Tampa Bay area locals. Many new and old homes are now vacation rentals, which gives the island a more transient feeling than ever before. That didnt hurt the vibe, though, on our recent day visit to Anna Maria, the northernmost of the three cities on the island. (The others are Bradenton Beach to the south and Holmes Beach in the middle). It was enjoyable to watch other tourists like ourselves fishing and sitting on the city pier, riding bikes down the middle of South Bay Boulevard, or lining up for a first-come, first-served lunch at the popular Waterfront Restaurant & Craft Bar. Before noon, retirement-aged couples sat at picnic tables on the city pier chatting and drinking canned beer, while an older man fished from his wheelchair, using shrimp as bait. A little boy in a red baseball cap sat watching a sheriffs boat with deputies aboard idling beside the pier. A young couple fished under the watchful eyes of hungry pelicans. On land, groups of families and lots of couples walked the beaches, rode rental bikes up and down narrow, sea grape-lined streets, and ducked in and out of shops. We enjoyed strolling past homes, some named: After All, Serenity Now, Casa del Mar, Starfish, Three Palms, Manatee House A man on a bike wore a T-shirt that said Island Bum, an enviable statement on such a pretty day. No one seemed in a hurry. No one seemed the least bit interested in what was going on in Washington D.C., or anywhere else. A woman in a little shop called Just Beachy shopped for an Anna Maria Island Tshirt, but sounded conflicted about buying one or not. I dont want more people to come here, she said. I want to keep it our secret. Too late for that, another woman said. Then they laughed. The secrets long been out. But, Anna Maria still isnt too crowded to make it stressful on an off-season weekday in May. Weekends, though, are another story. One of the best things about Anna Maria is that once you park, you dont really need a car. Water the Gulf of Mexico, Tampa Bay, the Intracoastal Waterway are all an easy walk from anywhere inland. If you tire, you can hop on the free trolley, rent a bike or sit a spell in a cozy bar, cafe or ice cream shop. Or, you can shop in one of the local boutiques or gift shops. I particularly like The White Egret, at 10006 Gulf Drive, specializing in an array of coastal home decor and gifts, and its sister store, The Egrets Nest, at 10010 Gulf Drive, a high-end womens and baby boutique. Both stores have friendly service and attractive gifts hard to find in chain stores. Theyre also a fun place to eavesdrop on other visitors. I wish I could move here, one young shopper told the sales clerk. My hair always looks so much fuller and better in this humidity than it does at home. When the clerk asked where she lived, she told her, Orlando, which sounded funny, considering all of Florida seems so humid and muggy in late spring and summer. Many visitors head to the beach and stay all day, a smart idea, since its sometimes tough to find a parking spot. We drove up and down the beach-side streets and never found a place that didnt require a local permit. Those who came early got the free, nopermit spots. We figured most people who arent staying on the island in one of the houses or at an inn or hotel must go to Holmes or Bradenton beaches to the south that both have large parking lots. We ended up parking in a free spot near the city pier and walked from there down the pier, then along Bayfront Park, a spit of beach on Tampa Bay. Then, we headed to lunch at The Waterfront Restaurant & Craft Bar, where we sat outside with a view of the bay. We had been before, and remembered the good food and watery views. This time, I had excellent crab cakes, loaded with lump crab, atop a tropical salad for $15. My husband enjoyed his carnitas, pork braised in orange juice and seasonings, and served on tortillas with cheese, avocado, chimichurri and lime for $12. Another diner raved about her steamed mussels, $12. Its such a peaceful setting, with kayakers gliding east and west, with the Sunshine Skyway Bridge as a backdrop. If they time it right, kayakers can paddle to Bean Point Beach to watch the sun set over the Gulf with others gathered there. Or, they can just paddle around, enjoying the green, tranquil waters of the bay and maybe even see a dolphin or two all on island time. TIPS FOR THE TRIPHOW TO GET THERE:Anna Maria is in Manatee County. Once over the Sunshine Skyway Bridge on Interstate 275 South, take U.S. 19 south to south Tamiami Trail. Go left (south) on the trail, then go right (west) on State Road 64. When that dead ends at the beach, turn right on Gulf Drive, which leads to Anna Maria.WHERE TO EAT:We liked The Waterfront Restaurant & Craft Bar, at 111 South Bay Blvd., that offers indoor and outdoor seating and a dark-wood bar that serves 13 craft cocktails. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Visit TheWaterfrontRestaurant.net or call (941) 778-1515. Weve also enjoyed eating at The Sandbar Restaurant, at 100 Spring Ave., on the Gulf of Mexico, a wonderful place for sunsets and grouper sandwiches. Call (941) 778-0444. Anna Maria has many other restaurants, cafes and bars as well. Find them, along with places to rent kayaks and paddleboards, at AnnaMariaIslandChamber.org.WHERE TO STAY: If you want to stay overnight on the island, there are lots of options from homes to inns, motels and resorts. For listings, see VisitAnnaMaria.com.FUN FACT: According to legend, Anna Maria Island was named by a Spanish explorer for the Virgin Mary and her mother, Ann. KAREN HAYMON LONG An island oasis, a day-trip away

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DISCOVERY POINT CHILD CARE EXPANDSSalim and Andrea Karnaby are taking over as owners of The Discovery Point Child Care Center in Trinity, according to a news release from Trevellino Keller. It is the second location for the couple who opened their first Discovery Point Child Care Center, at 1812 Crossings Blvd., in Odessa in 2010. Former owners of the Trinity day care center, Nancy Fields and Cheri Livernois, have retired. Fields joined the Discovery Point team in 1989 in Snellville, Georgia. She worked in corporate-owned centers before opening her own Discovery Point center in Odessa. Livernois became the centers director, and later, a co-owner of the day care center, located in the Trinity area, at 2132 Duck Slough Blvd. Discovery Point has nearly 50 day care centers in the southeast United States, and plans further expansion into Florida in the next year, according to the press release. 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School bells are summoning students back to classes in Hillsborough and Pasco counties and some students will be attending classes on entirely new campuses. Sunlake Academy of Math and Science, a new public charter school in Hillsborough County, begins its inaugural school year on Aug. 10. It is located at 18681 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz. Meanwhile, Pasco County is opening Bexley Elementary, at 4380 Ballantrae Blvd., in Land O Lakes, and Cypress Creek Middle High School, in Wesley Chapel. Students arriving at Land O Lakes High School will find reconfigured spaces, to accommodate a $29 million makeover. At Sunlake High School and Rushe Middle School, there will be a new traffic pattern for student drop-off and pickups, and at Wiregrass Ranch High, the school will be back to operating on a seven-period day. Those are just a few of the changes in store for the new school year, which begins in Hillsborough County on Aug. 10 and in Pasco County on Aug. 14. 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