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The Laker

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Title:
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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English
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v. : ill. ; 44 cm.

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Newspapers -- Land O'Lakes (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Pasco County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Florida -- Land O'Lakes ( fast )
Florida -- Pasco County ( fast )
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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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Previously, Pasco County commissioners had approved an agreement with the Florida Department of Children and Family Services to allow an emergency food relief program at the Land O Lakes Recreation Center, off Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes. That department, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is administering the Food for Florida relief program. Before the Pasco County Commission initially approved the Land O Lakes Recreation Center, they raised concerns about the location because its on a busy corridor and at a recreation complex with youth athletic activities. After approving it, they quickly regretted the decision, and on Oct. 16 sent a letter to DCF officials withdrawing from theFood relief at Pasco fairgrounds Pasco County is experiencing rosier days for its 2018 budget, which began Oct. 1. So, the good old days when Pasco County libraries were open on Mondays are on the way back. Two libraries, including the Land O Lakes Branch Library, had ribbon cuttings on Oct. 16 to celebrate a return to the tradition of Monday library hours. Weve been advocating and advocating, said Elayne Bassinger, who serves on the library board. We cannot tell you how grateful we are. This is exciting. In addition to the restored hours, the Land O Lakes library will add five additional full-time staff members, and more activities to its monthly calendar. Budget cuts in past years axed Monday from all library schedules. The situation was so dire, county commissioners in 2013 considered closing two libraries: the New River Branch Library in Zephyrhills and the Centennial Park Branch Library in Holiday. All libraries still remain closed on Sundays. However, over the next three years, all of the countys libraries are expected to open again on Mondays, as the countys budget allows. The goal is to restore library hours to the 2008 level of 40 hours a week for each library. Land O Lakes restored hours on Mondays are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Its an extra day of the week to be open, but also adds a second day of evening hours. The library also is open the same hours on Tuesday. Pasco County Commission Chairman Mike Moore joined Bassinger, Library Administrator Nancy Fredericks, Pasco County Administrator Dan Biles and libraryLand O Lakes library is open on Mondays again Restoring the site of a sinkhole within the Lake Padgett Estates subdivision to pristine condition would cost as much as $12 million. That idea was a non-starter for the Pasco County commissioners who reviewed a list of options on what to do next. They also rejected a suggestion for a $4 million bridge to span the sinkhole, and keep traffic flowing along Ocean Pines Drive. The sinkhole opened on July 14 at 21825 Ocean Pines Drive, and swallowed two homes, a motorcycle and a boat. Five more houses on both sides of Ocean Pines have been condemned. The county approved $1.3 million for an initial cleanup of debris, and stabilization of the site. That work has been completed. County commissioners reviewed future options at a workshop on Oct. 17 in Dade City. The least expensive choice was to do nothing and install decorative fencing, with warning signs, around the sinkhole for about $50,000. But, options in between $12 million and $50,000 are on the table. Pasco County officials plan to meet with residents of Lake Padgett for their input before making a final recommendation to county commissioners. One option is to connect the sinkhole to Lake Saxon, which is about 90 feet away. That would cost about $800,000. Any connection to the lake would not go over well with the community, said Pasco County Commission Chairman Mike Moore, who has heard from some residents in Lake Padgett regarding concerns about potential contamination from the sinkhole. The University of South Florida is recommending that a survey be completed to determine how the sinkhole interacts with underground surrounding areas. The cost would be about $15,000. Before that, county officials say an additional geological survey should be done at a cost of about $100,000. Ceres Environmental Services has completed its work to remove and dispose of floating debris from the sinkhole, pump and remove contaminated water, and stabilize the southeast portion of the sinkhole with granular fill. Kevin Guthrie, assistant county administrator for public safety, said linking the sinkhole to the lake could be a low-cost, long-term, permanent solution. The sinkhole, which went as deep as 50 feet, is now 10 feet deep, said Guthrie. And, he said, The water quality in the sinkhole is better than in the lake. Major portions of the two houses, the motorcycle and the boat remain in the sinkhole, but thats not unusual in such instances, Guthrie said. We have cars in sinkholes in just about every sinkhole in Pasco County, he said. The lake connection is an idea worth exploring, said Pasco County Commissioner Kathryn Starkey. To me, when I was out walking, it made great sense to connect it to the lake, she said. Historically, Pasco County officials say the lakes shoreline at one time extended beyond the sinkhole and included lots where homes now exist. Along with the lake connection, cul-desacs on Ocean Pines also could be built on either side of the sinkhole. That would cost about $1.7 million, bringing the total cost to about $2.5 million. Pasco County Commissioner Ron Oakley suggested that if cul-de-sacs are built, different names would be needed for the disconnected segments of Ocean Pines. It doesnt need to be confusing for emergency (responders), Oakley said. Another choice would be to reconnect Ocean Pines at the sinkhole and build up the road with sheet piles on either side. ThatCOURTESY OF PASCO COUNTY Pasco County looks at costs to fix Lake Padgett sinkhole KATHY STEELE

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Dine In Take Out Drive Thru Catering FALL SAVINGSWITH THE UBER EATS AND SLICE APPS!Download the apps today! Order online or through the app. UberEATS will deliver!KIDS EAT FREE ALL DAY MONDAYDine in only. One child per adult. The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe Laker/Lutz News received Best of Show distinction at the 2017 Awards for Excellence competition sponsored by Community Papers of Florida trade association. This top award was presented to Publisher Diane Kortus at the group’s annual meeting held Oct. 20 and Oct. 21 at Hutchinson Island. The Best of Show was awarded for a fullpage ad, “Fun on 41 – Discover the Wonders,” that uses a hand-drawn map illustrating shopping destinations and restaurants along U.S. 41 in Land O’ Lakes. The map’s illustrator is Laura Bloomer, a Land O’ Lakes resident and owner of The Blooming House. The Laker/Lutz News Graphic Designer Stefanie Burlingame and Account Manager Cheryl Michel were recognized for their work on this campaign. Judges described the entry this way: “Creative and engaging. Fresh approach to display an advertising community.” Another judge added: “A wonderfully illustrated and colorful map referencing area businesses promoting result-oriented offers is sure to catch the reader’s eye.” In addition to the Best of Show award, The Laker/Lutz News received six additional advertising design awards, and five editorial awards for stories and photograph. “To have our work chosen as Best of Show is quite an honor, especially when considering there were over 400 entries in this statewide newspaper competition,” said Publisher Diane Kortus. The newspaper received these awards in advertising categories:  First place: Theme Promotion: Fun on 41 Map and Business Legend, Stefanie Burlingame and Carolyn Bennett  First place: Real Estate: Tapestry Lake Park Apartments, Stefanie Burlingame and Carolyn Bennett  First place: Spot Color: Pete the Painter directory ad, Matt Mistretta and Rachel Thompson  Second place: Full Color Ad: Oasis Pregnancy Center, Stefanie Burlingame and Diane Kortus  Third place: Self Promotion: Outside Sales Rep Recruitment, Stefanie Burlingame and Carolyn Bennett  Third place: Best Special Section Cover Design: Congratulations Class of 2017, Matt Mistretta The newspaper received these awards in editorial categories:  First place: Personal Column, “My Father Loved This Newspaper,” Diane Kortus  First place: Best Original Photographic Spread: “Rattlesnake Fest hits half-century mark,” Richard Riley  Second place: Best Original Photograph: “Zoe Deimling just can’t stop looking,” Fred Bellet  Second place: Best Original Photographic Spread: “Cueing up for a good time,” Fred Bellet  Third place: Best Original Writing: “‘Dear World’ gives storytellers a voice,” Kathy Steele Community Papers of Florida represents 86 publishers of free-circulation community papers that reach 3.5 million homes weekly. Members range from independently-owned publications such as The Laker/Lutz News to free paper/shopping guide divisions of major communications companies. By Betsy Crisp, MS, LD/NSpecial to The Laker / Lutz NewsThe thought of fall may bring to mind bright orange pumpkins, and when Halloween arrives, those pumpkins take on a personality of their own, as jack-o-lanterns. It’s also a season when candy reigns supreme in the eyes of young witches, ghosts and other costumed characters who go door-to-door in search of treats. But, for parents, nutrition and safety, are the top concern. So, here are a few tips to help keep your Halloween happy, healthy and safe.TRICK-OR-TREATINGIf taking to the streets, young children should always be accompanied by an adult. Set curfews for your older children and make sure they know to stay with their group and stay on the sidewalks. Make sure that children understand that they can only go to homes of neighbors they know. Check your lawn and walkways for any obstacles and be sure to leave your lights on. Keep pets inside or confined to an area of the home. This will keep your pet from being frightened and from frightening others. To be even safer, consider planning a neighborhood, community or school party.TREATSLet the children have fun collecting treats, but be sure they know that they must bring all home to be inspected before they can eat any. Throw away any opened/unwrapped candy, and reject any homemade goods. If your child has any allergies, be sure to check the ingredient label carefully. Limit the amount they consume. Let them choose a few pieces a day, for a few days. And remember, there are ways to give children delicious treats that will help control calories and won’t promote cavities.Betsy Crisp is a Professor Emeritus, UF/IFAS Extension Family & Consumer Sciences Spicy Apple BarsIngredients 1 cup light brown sugar, packed  cup canola oil  cup low-fat milk  2 egg whites (1/2 cup egg substitute or 1 whole egg)  1 cup unbleached all-purpose flour  1 cup whole wheat flour  1 teaspoon baking soda  1 teaspoon ground cinnamon  teaspoon ground nutmeg  teaspoon ground cloves  1 cups cooking apples, peeled and chopped (about 2 small)  1 cup walnuts, chopped  - cup powdered sugar (optional)Instructions Pre-heat oven to 350F.  Spray 13-inch by 9-inch pan with nonstick cooking spray.  In a large bowl, mix together the brown sugar, oil, milk and egg.  Stir in flours, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.  Mix in apples and walnuts.  Pour into the pan and spread evenly.  Bake 20 minutes or until wooden pick comes out clean.  Cool for 30 minutes.  Optional:Dust lightly with powdered sugar (they can be frosted or glazed, but those are less healthy options)  Cool completely and cut into 2-inch by 1 1/2-inch bars.  This recipe makes 36 bars, which have 95 calories each and just 3 grams of fat.There’s no tricks here, only healthy Halloween treats Whats Cookin BETSY CRISPSpicy Apple Bars are a delicious and nutritious treat. SUBSCRIPTIONS: The Laker/Lutz News is a free newspaper distributed to 44,800 homes and businesses in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Mail sub scriptions are sold to cover postage cost: $40/3 months, $80/6 months, $160/12 months. DELIVERY PROBLEMS:If you do not receive your paper, or want to stop home delivery, email ken@floridacirc.com. 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. Box 479 € Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX : ph: 813.909.2800 € fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT : STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE : www.lakerlutznews.com FACEBOOK : www.facebook.com/lakerlutznews TWITTER : www.twitter.com/lakerlutznews EMAIL : news@lakerlutznews.com € sales@lakerlutznews.comPUBLISHER & OWNER : DIANE KORTUS, dkortus@lakerlutznews.com LUTZ, ODESSA, LAND O LAKES, WESLEY CHAPEL, NEW TAMPA, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITY Serving Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 KATHY STEELEStaff Writer ksteele@lakerlutznews.comB.C. MANIONEditor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.comKEVIN WEISSStaff Writer kweiss@lakerlutznews.comMARY RATHMANEditorial Assistantmrathman@lakerlutznews.comEDITORIALDISTRIBUTION : Florida Circ, LLC € ken@floridacirc.com ANNE KIBBEAccount Managerakibbe@lakerlutznews.comCUSTOMER SERVICE CAROLYN BENNETTcbennett@lakerlutznews.com The Laker/Lutz News wins ‘Best of Show’ Fun on 41 …Discover the Wonders 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Fun on 41 won first place in the Theme Promotion category and the best of show for a full-page ad. The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportTRICK-OR-TREATING TIPS  Bring snacks from home when you go trick-or-treating so children have safe snacks if they get hungry.  Once at home, inspect all candy and toys to avoid choking hazards.  Only eat treats if in their original, unopened wrappers. Remember, when it doubt, throw it out!  Keep candy up and away from dogs. COSTUME COSMETICS  Only use products intended for use on the skin.  Test makeup on a small area of skin first (arm/leg) to check for an allergic reaction before applying it to the face.  Avoid the eye area when applying makeup.  If makeup has a bad smell, throw it out. This could be a sign of contamination.  Before bedtime, remove makeup and colored hair sprays to prevent eye and/or skin irritation. Source: Florida’s Poison Control CentersHalloween safety advice

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The meetings will be in the Crystal Springs Conference Room on the first floor.AARP ANNUAL PICNICThe Land O' Lakes AARP Chapter is having its Annual Picnic Meeting Oct. 27 beginning at 10:30 a.m., at Laird Park, which is at the corner of Collier Parkway and Parkway Boulevard in Land O Lakes. Chapter members should bring your agreed-upon picnic lunch food item to share. If you have not been asked to bring a specific dish, bring a $7 lunch donation (cash or check payable to AARP). Election of officers will happen at this meeting. Those wishing to donate a toy for Toys for Tots are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy or item for a teen.TRUNK OR TREATOur Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church, 2348 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes, will host its 21st annual Trunk or Treat Oct. 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will be a snack table in the courtyard. No scary or immodest costumes will be allowed. To sign up with your trunk, call (813) 949-4565.HIGH SCHOOL FIFTH QUARTERAfter the football game, grab your friends and head to North Pointe Church, at 19862 Amanda Park Drive in Lutz, for free pizza, music, games and a chance to win a pair of Beats by Dr. Dre. The Oct. 27 event is from 9:30 p.m. to midnight.FESTIVAL AND CONCERTCome to the field next to BarkYard at Bexley for a fall festival and concert. Eye Candy will be performing, and there will be food trucks, a costume contest, a pumpkin patch, pumpkin decorating and other festivities. Bring nonperishables for Feeding America. Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. The Oct. 28 event is planned for 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Bexley is located off State Road 54, west of the Suncoast Parkway. The address for Bexley by Newland Communities is 16950 Vibrant Way in Land O Lakes.MEET MEMBERS OF SHERIFFS OFFICEThe Edward Jones Office, at 18932 N. Dale Mabry Highway, Suite 102, will host an event aimed to help build a community of protection. The public is invited to come meet members of Hillsborough County Sheriffs Department District 1. The event is set for Oct. 27 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Besides getting a chance to meet law enforcement personnel, the event includes refreshments, a chance to donate to a food bank and a chance to register your bicycle.ST. JOE FESTIVALThe St. Joe Fall Festival at Scared Church, 32145 St. Joe Road in Dade City, is set for Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event features live music, arts and crafts, bouncy houses, face painting, carnival games, fish and wildlife, food and more. For information, visit StJoeFallFestival.com.HONORING VIETNAM VETSThe Wesley Chapel Noon Rotary Land O' Lakes Satellite Club is a Commemorative Partner with the United States Government to commemorate the service of veterans that served during the Vietnam War Era. It plans a Commemoration Ceremony on Oct. 28 at 10 a.m., at the Land O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd. The community is invited. For information, call Sandy Graves at (813) 9963011. CREATURES OF THE NIGHTTampas Lowry Park Zoo, 1101 W. Sligh Ave., will host Creatures of the Night on Friday and Saturday nights through Oct. 28, for ghouls and goblins of all ages. The park will be open until 10 p.m., on the select nights. For complete information, visit LowryParkZoo.org.HORSEPOWER FUNDRAISERHorsePower for Kids, 8005 S. Racetrack Road in Tampa, will host its 10th annual Fall Festival fundraiser through Oct. 29, on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be pony rides, hayrides, farm animals, face painting, a bon fire, games, train rides and live music. There also will be pumpkins available for purchase. Admission is $12 each for children and adults. Children age 1 and younger are free. Parking is $1. For information, call (813) 855-8992, or visit HorsePowerForKids.com.TRUNK N TREATGrace Lutheran Church at Carrollwood is presenting Trunk N Treat on Oct. 28, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Children will be able to dress in costumes to go trick-or-treating from decorated car trunk to car trunk for Halloween treats. The churchs youth group will have a haunted shack as part of the event, and food will be sold to benefit the youth group going to a national convention next summer in Houston. The church is located at 3714 W. Linebaugh Ave.KOL AMIS GOT TALENTThis evening of entertainment presents talented members of Congregation Kol Ami, 3919 Moran Road in Tampa. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids for the Oct. 28 event, which begins at 8 p.m., and is in the social hall.HALLOWEEN HOWLMain Street Zephyrhills will present Halloween Howl Oct. 28 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., on Fifth Avenue in Zephyrhills. There will be food and merchandise vendors, games, a safe trickor-treat zone, and more. Admission is free. For information, call (813) 780-1414.COSTUME PARTY AND MUSICRhythm & Brews, 4711 Gall Blvd. in Zephyrhills, presents The Headless Horseman of Hippie Hollow Party on Oct. 28, beginning at 6 p.m. The event combines an old-fashioned costume party and live music. Admission is $10 in advance, $13 at the door. For information, visit Facebook.com/events/485856861748586.WESLEY CHAPEL FESTIVALThe Wesley Chapel Fall Festival is set for Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at The Grove, 5827 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. Festivities on Oct. 28 include a pet parade and costume contest at 11:30 a.m., and a trunk or treat at 4 p.m. On Oct. 29, there will be a Mr. and Mrs. Pumpkin Pageant at 11 a.m. There also will be a Fall Festival Carnival open until 10 p.m. For information, call Simply Events at (727) 674-1464.FALL FESTFall Fest will take place Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Event Center, 8718 Trouble Creek Road in New Port Richey. There will be local vendors, trick-or-treat, and a Monster Truck Show by Race Ready Transmissions. Little ones can dress up for free candy. For information, please visit Facebook.com/eventcenterpasco or Event CenterPasco.com.BLAZING SADDLES The Blazing Saddles Ranch, 10219 Wirt Road in Dade City, will host a Fall Festival Oct. 28 and Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Godspell presentationThe Patel Conservatory will present Godspell Oct. 26 to Oct. 29 in the Straz Center for the Performing Arts TECO Theater. The show will be performed by students in grades seven through 12. Shows are Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. (sensory friendly) and 7 p.m., and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $20, and can be purchased by calling (800) 955-1045, in person at the Straz, or online at StrazCenter.com.Something wickedThe Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. Macinnes Place in downtown Tampa, is unleashing a coven of witches Elphaba, Ursula, Maleficent and The Witch Who Eats Children from Hansel and Gretel in a free Fourth Friday performance at the Jaeb Courtyard Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. War of the WorldsThe Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road in Tampa, will present a live theater production of the original radio broadcast War of the Worlds by Orson Welles, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m., and Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 to $18 and can purchased at CarrollwoodCenter.org, by calling (813) 922-8167 or at the door.Eight-room dramaJudgement House Behind the Family Portrait, an eight-room drama, will be presented by First Baptist Church of Lutz, 18116 U.S. 41 N., in Lutz on Oct. 27, Oct. 28 and Oct. 29, as well as Nov. 3, Nov. 4 and Nov. 5. Call the church office for times and reservations at (813) 949-7495.

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Visit tinyurl.com/ycgs2njb.BOO BASHHeritage Church, 1854 Oak Grove Blvd., in Lutz, will host a Boo Bash on Oct. 31, from 6 p.m. 8 p.m. This free family event is a fun and safe alternative to Halloween. It features candy, games, bounce houses, giveaways, concessions and entertainment. For information, visit YesHeritage.com.SUNRISE DADE CITY ROTARYThe Sunrise Dade City Rotary Club will host a get-acquainted social Nov. 2 from 5:30 pm to 7 p.m., at Beef O Bradys, 14136 Seventh St., in Dade City. In addition to complimentary hors doeuvres and door prizes, guests can talk informally with club members, learn the Rotary basics and become familiar with the clubs major service projects. The group normally meets at 7 a.m., on Thursdays at the Hampton Inn in Dade City. If you want to attend the social, reserve a spot by calling Jane Freeman at (813) 783-6192.FULL HEARTS, FULL PLATESFormerly known as Empty Bowls, the event now called Full Hearts, Full Plates is set for Nov. 3 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the Historic County Courthouse Square in Downtown Dade City. The event helps raise awareness about hunger and food insecurities of youth in the Lacoochee community. All proceeds go to the supper program at the Lewis Abraham Lacoochee Boys & Girls Club. Tickets are $10 for a pulled pork meal, with all of the fixins.ZEPHYRHILLS WOMANS CLUBThe GFWC Woman's Club of Zephyrhills will meet Nov. 3 at noon in the clubhouse at 38545 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. The guest speaker will be from "Shoes for Schools, a 501(c)3 located in San Antonio. All women age 18 and older are welcome. Lunch will be served. For information, call questions, call (813) 4045789 or (813) 310-9165.TOUCH-A-TRUCK Touch-a-Truck, a family friendly event, is planned for Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the new district park in Starkey Ranch, 11880 Lake Blanche Drive. The entrance to Starkey Ranch is at State Road 54, 4 miles west of the Suncoast Parkway. The event offers a hands-on experience with more than 100 vehicles, including military, police, fire, construction, school bus, helicopter, ambulance, SWAT and others. There also will be inflatables, carnival games, facing painting and other activities. Admission is free. Parking is $5. Last years inaugural Touch-a-Truck event attracted more than 1,000 families.STORE NEEDS VOLUNTEERSThe Community Thrift Store, 35229 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills, provides clothing and household items to those in Pasco County. Volunteers are needed to donate 3 hours a week. The store is a Christian ministry whose focus is to serve the community. Donations of some furniture, household items, toys, clothing and more are accepted. For information, call Jerry Jones at (217) 260-6337, or stop by the store.AMATEUR RADIO CLUBThe Zephyrhills Area Amateur Radio Club will meet on the third Monday of each month at St. Elizabeths Episcopal Church, 5855 16th St. There will be a business meeting at 6 p.m., followed by a coffee break and a discussion or presentation program covering various topics at 7 p.m. The club also hosts a breakfast at the the Village Inn, 5214 Gall Blvd., in Zephyrhills, every Thursday at 8 a.m. For information, call Gerald Hewitt at (813) 780-1980.MARINE CORPS LEAGUEMarine Forever Detachment 1440 meets the third Tuesday of every month at Franky Ds Family Kitchen, 18450 U.S. 41 in Lutz. The meeting starts at 7 p.m., following Mess Call, which is every Tuesday at 6 p.m. For information, contact L. David Kirk at (813) 956-2469 or dkirk@Marine4ever.com.VOLUNTEER AT THRIFT STORELifes Treasures Thrift Stores is looking for volunteers, adults and teens ages 14 and older, to join the volunteer team. Teens can earn community service hours for the Florida Bright Future Scholarships Program. Schedules are flexible and no retail experience is needed. Proceeds from the stores benefit the programs and services of HPH Hospice and LifePath Hospice. For store locations, visit ChaptersHealth.org. For information, contact Anne Ferrell at (813) 357-5321 or ferrella@chaptershealth.org.

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From dancing and singing/duets, to lipsyncing and comedy skits, there wasnt a dull moment. This years hour-and-a-half show featured 25 routines from dozens of exceptional student education (ESE) students. And, each exhibited skills with aplomb, unafraid of the main stage, bright lights or the large audience, that watched intently. Clearly it was the students day to shine. Performers hailed from Wesley Chapel, Ridgewood and Zephyrhills high schools, as well as Weightman Middle School. A largescale digital backdrop recognized each act and the performers involved. Wesley Chapels David Dixon started the show on a patriotic note, with his rendition of the National Anthem. Ridgewood Highs Becky Bordeaux worked the crowd with her comedy, drawing hearty rounds of guffaws with every joke. Weightmans Mauricio Diaz and Noah Brooks kept younger members of the audience engaged, hip-hop dancing to Bank Account by rapper 21 Savage. Zephyrhills Highs Ryan Womack, meanwhile, had older show-goers singing in unison with a stirring cover of Its Not Unusual by legendary Welsh singer Tom Jones. During brief breaks in action, Wesley Chapel Highs Anthony Minnick and Ashley Mendez served as masters of ceremony. They kept the show moving along with dialogue and introductions. A grand finale was newly introduced this year. All ESE students were invited on stage to celebrate with a reprise song of Michael Jacksons Bad. The event ended about as well as it started. It even elicited tears of joy from parent Dale Kimball, who also attended last years show. Kimballs 15-year son, Paul, has autism. Paul was part of a Wesley Chapel High group ensemble that performed Heigh Ho from Snow White. He played the part of Prince Charming, while his teacher, Penny Ward, played the Evil Queen. It created quite the paradox, Kimball said, as Ward is so kind and wonderful. The Wesley Chapel parent pointed out the annual showcase is the closest to a stage most ESE students will ever get. He also mentioned the staff at the schools are very encouraging to get even reluctant students to participate in the annual showcase. These kids never will be on a field, ever. These kids will never be on a stage, ever, except for something like this. You see the joy (of the kids), Kimball said. Were so blessed to have this program, he added. Bridget White, an ESE teacher at Wesley Chapel High, coordinated this years showcase. She concurred with Kimballs assessment the event provides an important and worthwhile experience for special needs students countywide. They dont always have the same opportunities to shine, and this is geared to them. They often are going to their siblings events, so this gets to be just for them, White said. In preparation for the showcase, participating students were offered two days of on-stage rehearsals, along with a few classroom rehearsals. Beforehand, ESE teachers disitrictwide spread the word about the upcoming show with students and their families. Oftentimes, they have talents that we may not know about, that are (seen) at home, White said. KEVIN WEISS

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Like many of her customers, Dana Spears, owner of Cornerstone Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electrical in Land O’ Lakes, also waited too long before installing a water treatment and purification system in her home. A wife and mother of five children, Dana and her husband, James, built a new home four years ago. “We didn't think to put in a water system them, and that was a huge mistake because today my beautiful, expensive kitchen and bathroom faucets are pitted and scratched, my grout is cracking and there is so much corrosion in my dishwasher that we need to replace it,” said Dana. Cornerstone’s Plumbing Department has always offered water treatment, but Dana found a real need to expand this area for her customers. “Not only did my family home need a water system, but many of our customers were also inquiring about what system was best for their home,” said Dana. Dana and her team researched dozens of manufacturers and systems, and selected Westinghouse because of its effectiveness, efficiency and 10-year guarantee. “Westinghouse also offered Cornerstone exclusivity, which means we are the only plumbing company in the area that can sell their exceptional water systems,” said Dana. The Westinghouse Progressive Revolution Series works 24 hours a day delivering clean, soft working water to the entire house. Its refined water makes clothes and linens softer and brighter, and kitchen and bathroom faucets and showerheads become free of water spots, soap scum and scaling that restricts water flow. For drinking water, the Westinghouse system delivers fresh, purified water on demand from a special faucet installed at the kitchen sink. Its technology removes nearly all of the contaminants in city water, and leaves nothing but pure, clean, fresh tasting water. “If you’re buying bottled water, you can stop. And if you’re relying on faucet or refrigerator filters, this gives your family a much higher level of purity,” said Dana. “Essentially, you get unlimited bottled water — just think how much money you will save because you will no longer need to buy bottled water!” As sediment builds up, it doesn’t take long for water coming from a faucet that is not treated first by a purification system to taste like minerals and even look a bit cloudy. Many families spend $20 or more on bottled water for their family a week, Dana explains. Cornerstone also installs water treatment and purification systems for homes on well water. Well water is tested for iron, bacteria and other elements, and the system custom designed to meets the specific needs of a family’s well. The Westinghouse system can be installed same day or next in most homes with city water, especially in newer homes that are pre-plumbed for a water treatment system. Homes on a well may take up to two weeks for the testing and installation to be completed Cornerstone’s licensed plumbers are trained by Westinghouse and are certified to install its systems. Every installation is different, and all are integrated with the home’s water system. All work is guaranteed and under warranty for a full year. Cornerstone was founded in 2006 as an air conditioning service company. In 2012, it expanded into plumbing services, and two years later added electrical services. Its phones are answered 24/7, and technicians are available around the clock, including weekends and holidays. Call (813) 949-4445 anytime, day or night. For more information, visit their website at CornerstonePros.com. Cornerstone brings you safe, crystal clear water for your familyPlus, refined water that prevents scaling and doubles the life of appliances A A EVER YF icemakersandotherhome Scale deposits corrode th e APPLIANCES LAST YEA R 3. 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Water becomes a powerful solvent all by itself: Refined water will lift stains and clean surfaces, plus eliminate tough stains brought on by your old harsh water. Refined water also reduces the time it takes to clean your home, and also the need for harsh and sometimes toxic cleaners.

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October 25, 2017 A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION IN THE LAKER/LUTZ NEWS € 813-909-2800 € LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM T he second Fall Festival held earlier this month at Asturia, a master planned community in Odessa, was a tremendous success. Hundreds of local folks joined in the fun with hayrides, corn hole, bounce houses, crafts, face painting, carnival games and stuffing scarecrows for their yards back home. And, when Fall Festival attendees were done playing, they toured Asturia’s beautifully decorated model homes. Ashton Woods, David Weekley Homes and ICI Homes are Asturia’s exclusive builders. All have model homes open daily with on-site agents to assist homebuyers in selecting their next residence. ICI Homes is the community’s newest builder, and is opening its fully decorated Serena model in late December. This four-bedroom, three-bath home is 2,217 square feet and features a large gathering room, spacious gourmet kitchen and an owner's suite with a master bath that leads into a large, double entry, walk-in closet. An office or guest bedroom is off the home’s main living area, and two other bedrooms share a bathroom. The Serena has a two-car garage and begins at $329,900. In November, Ashton Woods is opening a new model home of its Suwanee floor plan. This unique, one-story home features a two-car garage in the rear of the home. The home boasts four bedrooms, two baths and a spacious front porch. Total square footage is 2,024 square foot, and pricing begins at $274,990. David Weekley Homes also offers floor plans with the garage in the rear with eight distinct floor plans in its Cottage and Garden series. It also builds traditional floor plans in its Lake and Manor series, which combined offers 14 floor plans. All Asturia builders provide a wide variety of home sizes and architectural styles. Pricing begins in the mid $200,000s, and goes to over $500,000. AWARD WINNING AMENITY CENTER Everyone enjoys Asturia’s distinctive, 5,800-square-foot Amenity Center and Clubhouse, which earned the prestigious Silver Aurora for the Best Recreational Facility at the 2017 Southeast Building Conference. The Amenity Center incorporates a fully equipped state-of-the-art fitness center, covered outdoor living rooms, a luxurious resort-style swimming pool and expansive lawn areas for recreation. Asturia is a kid-friendly, family oriented lifestyle surrounded by miles of multi-use trails, interspersed with playgrounds, dog parks and pocket parks. The community has wide, meadow-like spaces, lovely ponds, thick stands of cypress and hardwood trees and large tracts of scenic wetlands. SECOND PHASE OPENS It’s been only two years since Asturia began selling homes, and already the award-winning development has moved into its second phase. This new second phase has 157 large home sites, adding to Asturia’s first phase of 248 lots. Most Asturia homes back up to conservation areas, and all provide homeowners privacy and a peaceful, quiet surrounding. Many families have been waiting for Asturia’s second phase to open because its 55and 65-foot lots offer some of the best woodland conservation views in the entire community. A boardwalk has been built to connect the two smaller neighborhoods within Phase II, which will tie into the community’s multi-use pathway that meanders for miles through residential areas, parks, playgrounds and the Amenity Center. ABOUT ASTURIA When Asturia’s development is complete in a few years, it will likely have less than 550 single-family homes. What makes Asturia stand out from other new home developments in the area is its smaller size. Other nearby planned communities have between 3,000 to over 5,000 homes, and are looking at several years of construction Asturia is a mixed-use, masterplanned community located in the high-demand State Road 54 corridor in Pasco County. The community’s central location is just five minutes from the Suncoast Parkway and also provides close proximity to U.S. 41, U.S. 19 and I-75. Its master plan incorporates retail, office, multifamily and a variety of single-family residential offerings. More information can be obtained by visiting Asturia’s model homes, registering at the community’s website, AsturiaFlorida.com, or by calling (813) 227-4148. Area Families Continue To Discover Asturia The second Fall Festival at Asturia was a tremendous success.

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Earlier this month, Mattamy hosted a celebration for the completion of its 13,672 squarefoot outdoor activity area, which will be ready for the communitys first homeowners when they begin moving into their new homes at the end of November. This outdoor area comes equipped with a 780-square-foot covered cabana with breeze fans, an outdoor kitchen, hammocks, shaded seating areas and a games area. It surrounds the 1,424-square-foot resort-style pool. Lakeshore Preserve is ideal for homebuyers looking for affordable new construction that offers virtually maintenance-free living and some of the best schools in the Tampa Bay area. Families are zoned to top-rated Steinbrenner High, Martinez Middle and Schwarzkopf Elementary, and charter school Sunlake Academy of Math and Science is also close-by. Convenient location is another reason many homebuyers are choosing Lakeshore Preserve. It is located off Van Dyke Road, just three minutes from the Veterans Expressway, which provides easy access to downtown Tampa. St. Josephs Hospital-North is just down the street, and there is plentiful shopping, dining and entertainment nearby in Carrollwood, Land O Lakes and Wesley Chapel. Lakeshore Preserve, which held its grand opening in August, currently has 12 quick-move-in townhomes with special savings. There are three decorated models that are open daily, and five floor plans to choose from. Townhomes range in size from 1,667 to 2,608 square feet, and have 2 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 4 baths, and 1to 2-car attached garages. Interior features included with every home include granite kitchen countertops, hardwood 42-inch upper cabinets, 9 ceilings on the first floor and sod with lawn irrigation. On select homes, options include an expanded kitchen island and a second owners suite. The community encompasses 20 acres, and several of the buildings have conservation or pond views. Mattamy Homes is North Americas largest privately owned homebuilder with over 90,000 homeowners. To learn more, please visit MattamyHomes.com/Tampa or call Melanie Sikorski at (813) 659-5854. Outdoor Activity Area Opens At Lakeshore Preserve

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Here are some tips for making more of your precious garage storage. Keep trash in its place: To keep trash and odors contained, select a mobile trash cart with a tight-fitting lid. Some manufacturers even offer cart and can liners with deodorizers to keep your garage smelling fresh. Invest in a multi-purpose job box. Rolling options are great for work done only at home, while a job box may be better for those who do work elsewhere. If portability is important, look at lighter-weight options. New plastic job boxes combine the strength, durability and security of a large metal box with enhanced maneuverability. Build up, not out: Ceiling storage racks are an excellent way to use what would otherwise be dead space. Many racks are designed to fit directly above the area where an automatic door goes up and down. Peg boards for tools and stackable totes are also good choices. Choose multipurpose storage: Needs can change over time, so invest in storage that can be used for a variety of items in multiple ways. For example, large, durable totes can hold lawn gear, tools or camping equipment. Think mobility: Being able to move containers within the garage is important. However, the ability to move them into your vehicle and hit the road quickly also makes life a lot easier. Protect items: Moisture and pests cause problems in even the cleanest garage. Look for durable storage containers with tight-fitting, critter-resistant lids. Categorize: Assign and colorcode dedicated areas for each type of item -tools, decorations, lawn equipment, etc. -to avoid the hassle of searching. Allow room to grow. While it can be tempting to stuff every square inch, try to leave room for future additions. To ensure everything deserves the space its occupying, do a yearly purge of unneeded or unused items. Keeping the garage in order is a necessary evil, but with a solid game plan and the right equipment, its easier than you think.Courtesy StatePoint MediaMaximizing Garage Storage F or all the companionship pets provide, they can also mess up a clean, tidy home pretty quickly. But instead of banishing your furry loved ones to certain rooms of the house, or simply submit to the chaos, you can follow a few savvy tips to keep your home fresh with less work. PET GROOMING Brushing pets regularly is good for them -and good for flooring and furniture. Do so every couple days in order to keep your pets coats healthy and help prevent shedding fur from ending up everywhere. After walking the dog or letting the cat into the backyard, wipe paws clean before they track in mud and debris. You can set up a clean-paws station by your homes entrance to help make this a habit. SMART FLOORING Theres no need to compromise on the quality of your homes flooring because of your pets. As much as we all love our pets, its no secret that they can wreak havoc on flooring, especially carpets, says Jennifer Bertrand, Flooring America design consultant. But by seeking flooring products specifically designed for busy homes with pets, you can maintain the look of your carpets. BERTRAND RECOMMENDS Stainmasters PetProtect as a good solution for pet owners. It resists pet stains, which means you can worry about other things, like which dog park to visit next. Your pup will love it too, because he wont get in trouble after his little mess-ups, Bertrand says. When it comes to pet messups, the carpeting features a breathable moisture barrier designed to prevent spills and accidents from soaking through the cushion and subfloor, so there are no lingering pet odors after a thorough cleaning. And because the carpeting releases more pet hair when vacuumed, this routine chore is made fast and simple. Look for carpeting with extra durability and protection against color fading, which means it will stay newer-looking for longer, with no compromise to your pets territory or your daily schedule. CLEANING HABITS With smart pet-friendly flooring and furniture choices (think microfiber sofas), cleaning up after your pet and busy lifestyle should be easy. But remember, its easier to clean as you go than it is to wait until things get out of hand. Keep cleaning supplies nearby for spot cleans and quick touchups after mishaps, and remember to vacuum regularly. Dont forget corners, where build-up tends to occur. Wipe down surfaces to lift pet dander off baseboards, counters and window sills. With a few tricks, and some smart pet-friendly product selections where carpeting and furniture are concerned, you can have the best of both worlds: a clean and fresh home, and all the members of your family -including those with four legs -together when and where you like.Courtesy StatePoint MediaKeeping Your Home Beautiful With Pets

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13A The Toast of Tampa Show Chorus placed fourth at the Sweet Adelines International 71st annual Convention & Competition, which wrapped up on Oct. 14, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. This was the 13th time the group has competed on the international stage, and the groups success is consistent with its past performances. In 2015 and in 2013, it took third-place at the international level, in 1993 it won the top prize, and in between it had a number of top-10 finishes. We took 108 ladies on stage, Beth Bosserman Curts said, via email. All choruses sing a 6-minute semifinals compulsory ballad and uptune, she said. This year, there were 33 choruses representing the best of regions in 15 countries in the competition. Those who finished in the top 10 proceeded to the finals, Curts added. In the finals, competing choruses present a 15-minute show package. Of the 10, the winner and second place choruses were from opposite sides of Canada, Curts said. The ninth-place winner was from Stockholm, Sweden, and the other top finishers were from Chicago, Florida, Ohio, Baltimore, California and New Jersey. The top five choruses sang at very, very high levels, Curts said. Of the quartets, four chapter and one regional quartets sang, Curts added. They, too, turned in excellent performances. Windsor placed third and GQ placed fifth. Toast of Tampa is a group of female a cappella singers that performs in four-part harmony. Its members range from age 10 to 85.They sing under the direction of internationally recognized Tony De Rosa, performing modern, complex arrangements. Chorus members come from throughout Tampa Bay and other parts of Florida, including Jacksonville, The Villages, Sarasota, Bradenton, Fort Myers, Orlando, Melbourne and Crystal River. Toast of Tampa draws members from all walks of life, including military veterans, new moms, grandmothers, real estate agents, accountants and others. Members audition to join the group and are expected to meet high expectations. Toast of Tampa practices on Tuesdays, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., with occasional weeks off. The sessions are at the TPepins Hospitality Centre, at 4121 N. 50th St., in Tampa. Those interested are welcome to come to a rehearsal to see if joining the chorus is something they wish to pursue. Anyone wanting to know more about the group should call Toast of Tampa Show Chorus at (813) 963-7464, or email info@toastoftampa.org. COURTESY OF TOAST OF TAMPA Toast of Tampa brings home honors If you goToast of Tampa Show Chorus presents Standing Room Only, featuring special guest VoctiveWHERE: University of South Florida Music Concert Hall, 3755 Holly Drive in TampaWHEN: Nov. 4, 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.COST: $40 patron; $25 regularDETAILS: The Toast of Tampa Show Chorus is an internationally recognized female chorus that performs four-part a cappella singing. As they perform, they sing and move with emotion and precision. LIVE MUSI C Showstoppe Contempora r Country C rs r y BBQ A PhilousC FOOD CajunFoodT ribs & pork A loy Thai Tr ruck Country ARTS & CRAFTS Sand Art Woodworking Christmas Gifts Unique Baskets Handmade items Kids Name Shop Homemade Soaps Clothing, Jewelry, Rosaries Campus Gear Philous C Mexic a TLC B u Kon a Ku m Ba k CH I C 8 Bo u Finger p Fire T a n T Cajun Food T Tr ruck Ta acos L a n d u rgers & Brats a Ice Cream m quat Pies k ed Goods I LDRENS C ORNER T u ncy Houses p rinting Demo Tr ruck Display .stjoefallfestival.c o www 352-588-3641 32145 St. Joe Road Dad e ed Heart C h Sacrat a W plus: Beer & Wine Garden, OneBlOOd, Fi s raFFles, Givea Wa ay ys, 50/50 and sO o m e Citych h ur s h & WildliFe, much mOre! Welcome JOHN TEDESCO, DOAmerican Osteopathic Board of Family PhysiciansANNE CLARK, ARNP Nurse PractitionerALISE PASTORIK, ARNP Nurse PractitionerLISA HAYES, PA Physician Assistant Family Medicine NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTSLAND OLAKES 2100 Via Bella Blvd, Suite 204813.751.3636Alise Pastorik, ARNP Request an appointment online: www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com DAN CANNON AUDITORIUM (Pasco County Fairgrounds) 36722 SR 52 Dade City 33525THURSDAY, November 16, 2017 4:00-7:00pm presents WANT MORE INFORMATION? LIST OF EXHIBITORS? ARE YOU A BUSINESS INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING? CONTACT US!352.567.3769 mfloyd@dadecitychamber.org www.dadecitychamber.org Local restaurants offering FREE samples Exhibitor give-a-ways & valuable information Register to win valuable door prizes Two GRAND PRIZEwinners will receive a $350 gift card Something for everyone Discover the Treasure in YOUR COMMUNITY FREEPUBLIC INVITED Community & Business2017 Co m Dade City

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AARON PRESTON NAMED DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL/SURGICALAaron Preston has been named director of medical/surgical at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson. Preston was promoted from his position in Infection Control Management. He joined the hospital in 2010. He served as a nursing supervisor from 2014 to 2015. Before beginning his nursing career, he served in the United States Marine Corps, where he helped oversee communications during two combat tours. He has a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree from St. Petersburg College and an Associate in Science in nursing degree from Pasco-Hernando State College. INFANT/CHILD CPRSt. Josephs Hospital-North will offer an Infant/Child CPR class Oct. 26 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., in Garden Classroom A at the hospital, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. Those attending will learn CPR and choking rescue techniques on both infants and children, according to American Heart Association guidelines. The cost is $40 per person, plus a $10 fee if a completion card is required. If registering online, call the Customer Service Center at (877) 692-2922 to pay the additional fee for the completion card. Call (813) 443-2046 to register. ALZHEIMERS FAMILY ORGANIZATION CAREGIVER EVENTThe Alzheimers Family Organization will host a free caregiver event at Rosecastle in Zephyrhills, at 37411 Eiland Blvd., Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served. The event also will feature vendors, speakers and more. For information, call (352) 616-0170.NEWBORN CARESt. Josephs Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer an interactive class on newborn care Oct. 28 from 9 a.m. to noon, in Garden Classroom A. The class covers various aspects of infant care, including feeding, diapering, bathing safety, signs of illness and newborn characteristics. The $25 fee covers the expectant mother and a support person.BREAST IMAGING TUTORIALRegional Medical Bayonet Point will continue its Tuesday Tutorials with a seminar presented by Dr. Alene Wright called Breast Imaging 2017: Why, Who, When and What? The Oct. 31 session begins with registration and lunch at 11:30 a.m., followed by the tutorial, which starts atnoon. The seminar will be presented in the Rao Musunuru MD Conference Center, 14100 Yosemite Drive in Hudson. For information and reservations, call (727) 869-5498.BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUPThe Medical Center of Trinity will host a breast cancer support group Nov. 1 and Nov. 15, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the American Cancer Society Resource Room, 9332 State Road 54, Suite 402, in Trinity. To register, call (727) 834-5630.BREASTFEEDING COURSEThe Medical Center of Trinity will offer a breastfeeding course Nov. 1 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the OB classroom at the hospital, 9330 State Road 54 in Trinity. Reservations are required. Call (727) 834-5630 to register.CHILDBIRTH PREPARATION CLASSThe Maternity Suites at Oak Hill Hospital will host a free Childbirth Preparation Program for expectant parents Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the hospital, 11307 Cortez Blvd., in Brooksville. The class will be in the Maternity Suites Education Room, on the third floor of the North Tower. To register, call (844) 769-2229.LIVING HEALTHY WORKSHOP Enrollment is open for the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Living Healthy workshop, a six-week workshop for those with conditions such as hypertension, COPD, heart disease, diabetes and arthritis. This workshop helps people learn real-life tools to help live a fuller, more comfortable life. The workshop teaches techniques for handling problems such as frustration, fatigue, pain and isolation. It covers appropriate exercises for maintaining and improving strength, flexibility and endurance. It goes over the appropriate use of medications; communicating effectively with family, friends, and health professionals; nutrition; and, how to evaluate new treatments. This free course will be offered at the Land OLakes Community Center, 5401 Land OLakes Blvd. The classes are every Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to noon, for six weeks, beginning Nov. 7. Space is limited and reservations are required. For information, call (727) 863-6868.DR. MANJUSRI VENNAMANENI RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITIONThe Access Health Care Physicians LLL, office of Dr. Manjusri Vennamaneni recently was recognized for excellence in diabetes care by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. The certificate of recognition is valid until Feb. 15, 2020. Vennamaneni is chief medical director for Access Health Care and practices at Access Health Cares main office at 5350 Spring Hill Drive in Spring Hill.COREY D. CAMPBELL NAMED DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL TELEMETRYRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson, has appointed Corey D. Campbell to be the hospitals director of medical telemetry. Campbell joined the hospital in 2012 as a nurse intern. Most recently, he was the RN staff educator and co-manager of Proudly WelcomingMalieri Colon-Rivera, MD, FACOG Obstetrics and Gynecology of Trinity is pleased to welcome Dr. Colon-Rivera 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. 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www.LakerLutzNews.com October 25, 201715A FREELA N Photogr a N CE a phers eelance ventsinPasco The Laker/Lutz News is looking for fr photographerstoshootcommunityev photographers to shoot community ev and north Hillsborough counties. Pre f with newspaper or magazine experie n consider serious hobbyists with profe equipment. Call or email Editor B.C. M questions. 813 909 2800 vents in Pasco f er candidates n ce, but will ssional M anion with 8139092800 bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Basic Wash € Wash & Wax € Full Detail € Home Pressure Washing Also AvailableKeep your car looking great.Call Curtis for Appointment813.347.0502$55.00WASH & WAX $75 Value $65.00 HEADLIGHT RESTORATION up to $100 Value MOBILE DETAILING Medical Telemetry. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the University of Tampa, where he is a mem-ber of the Phi Tau Kappa Honor Society.He received his Associate of Arts degree from PascoHernando State College, graduating with honors and also as a member of Phi Tau Kappa Honor Society. Before attending nursing school, he served in the United States Army from 2001 to 2010.PHYSICIANS RECOGNIZED FOR QUALITY CARESeveral Access Health Care physicians recently were honored for achieving high scores in quality care. These physicians were honored for receiving Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) awards. Providers receiving recognition were: Hend Abdelmalek, Michelle Arrieta, Shammi Bali, Dalton Benson, Luis Contreras, Christopher Coppola, Dhammika Ekanayake, Robert Hartzell, Jr., David Herndon, Akila Iyer, Raghu Juvvadi, Brian Kroll, Jennifer Laman, Oscar Lindo, Jose Lopez, Harish Madnani, Gaurav Malhotra, David Miller, Anthony Ngo, Anita Patel, Vakesh Rajani, Jagdeep Sandhu, Apurva Shah, Pariksith Singh, Veselin Stoyanov and Grigor Varlakov. In addition, Dr. Manjusri Vennamaneni received a special award for her dedication to work with Freedom and Optimum, and the Access providers to improve quality score. The award was presented for “Leading your organization in the achievement of outstanding HEDIS scores in recognition of your leadership, devotion, and commitment to our quality program.” Corey D. Campbel The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report The Florida Department of Health in Pasco County is encouraging all Floridians to get a flu shot now, to protect themselves from the flu and to help prevent spreading it to others. The flu season also happens to be at the same time when people tend to have more contact with others, as they visit family and friends for the holidays, according to a news release from the health department. “The flu shot is the best holiday gift you can give to your family,” Mike Napier, health officer for Pasco County said, in the release. “It has never been easier, and it’s never too late to get your flu shot.” The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone 6 months and older, including pregnant women. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for your body to develop protection against the flu. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends people get injectable flu shots. Nasal spray vaccine is not recommended for this flu season due to concerns regarding its effectiveness. For more information about the health department’s programs and services, visit http://pasco.floridahealth.gov/. Time to g et your 2017 flu shot

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SURPLUS SALEPasco County Schools Surplus Store will have a sale Oct. 25 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., at 7301 Land O Lakes Blvd., Building 1, in Land O Lakes. All items are sold as-is. There will be no returns or refunds; all sales are cash only; no loading assistance will be provided; and, no children under age 18 will be permitted. The school district has a vast inventory of items that are no longer needed that will be sold at this sale.HELPING HURRICANE VICTIMSWoodland Elementary Schools National Elementary Honor Society collected $530 through a coin drive to donate to the American Red Cross to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. The students continued to collect donations even as Hurricane Irma was threatening Tampa Bay, according to an item posted on the Pasco County Schools website.JOBS AND INTERNSHIP FAIRPasco-Hernando State College and CareerSource Pasco Hernando will host a job and internship fair Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to noon. The event will be at PHSCs West Campus in New Port Richey, 10230 Ridge Road, Room R151. Local employers with open positions and future opportunities will meet and greet job seekers from the community, and PHSC students seeking employment and internships. Job seekers interested in attending the job and internship fair must preregister for the event at http://tinyurl.com/ycsy7h3b. For more information, contact Jackie Eden (727) 816-3334 or edenj@phsc.edu.PHSC COMMUNITY SEMINARSPasco County State Colleges Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch will host two upcoming community seminars. They are: Medical Marijuana Legalization and Regulation Awareness Seminar, Oct. 26, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Driving Under the Influence Awareness Seminar, Nov. 15, 11 a.m. to noon. These seminars are open to students, teachers, staff and the community. Both sessions will be in the Conference Center, Building B., Room 303, at Porter Campus, 2727 Mansfield Blvd.OUT OF THE DARKNESS COMMUNITY WALKPasco County will have its third annual Out of The Darkness Community Walk on Oct. 28 at 9:30 a.m., at Sims Park, at Grand Boulevard and Bank Street in New Port Richey. The walk raises money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Last year more than 700 walkers raised $30,000 for the cause. This years goal is to attract 1,000 registered walkers and to raise $35,000. Join a team by going to this link: http://bit.ly/2waWwzy. Pasco County ranked fourth in Florida in 2012 for the highest number of suicides. This annual walk is aimed at raising awareness about depression and suicide, and is intended to provide comfort and support to those who have lost someone to suicide. 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By Kevin Weisskweiss@lakerlutznews.comPlans to serve up more tennis opportunities for Zephryhills residents — while also creating a regional asset — have moved yet another step forward. The Zephyrhills City Council on Oct. 9 unanimously approved a 20-year contract with Tennis P.R.O. Florida, LLC, to operate and mange the proposed Zephyrhills Tennis Center. Tennis P.R.O. is owned by Pascal Collard, who was the director of tennis at Saddlebrook Tennis Academy in Wesley Chapel from 2003 to 2006. Most recently, he was tennis director at The Merion Cricket Club, a private club in Haverford, Pennsylvania. Under the agreement, Tennis P.R.O. will be responsible for day-to-day operations of the facility, which will include providing lessons and running concessions. The firm also will handle memberships and fundraising.Moreover, Collard’s company will pay $300,000 upfront for capital improvements to the facility — covered court, hitting walls, indoor and outdoor playground and so on. The agreement also calls for the proposed facility to be open at least 80 hours per week, as weather permits. “I’m very excited about starting as soon as possible,” Collard told council members. “I’m already working on the marketing, trying to find out what can we do to make it a big success. We want the community to be involved. We’re also going to have a foundation, where we’re going to try to do a lot of outreach programs,” he said. Council members unanimously agreed in May to enter negotiations with Tennis P.R.O. LLC, to operate and manage the proposed tennis facility. The firm was selected over Management Partners and Net Results. The planned $2.19 million complex will include eight clay and two hard surface courts, two sheltered courts, two minicourts and several pickleball courts, built to U.S Tennis Association (USTA) professional standards. It also will feature a pro shop, a multifunctional community room, and two office spaces. A second floor, if added, will include an observation deck overlooking the courts with concessions and a lounge for players. The complex will be located on 4.7 acres of donated land at The District at Abbott’s Square, a new real estate development situated north of Dean Dairy Road and west of Simons Road. Officials say the project could break ground as soon as March, with construction estimated at 12 to 16 months. Once complete, it will be renamed Sarah Vande Berg Memorial Tennis Center, after the former Zephyrhills High School district champion who became a scholarship player on the University of South Carolina Upstate women’s tennis team. Vande Berg, the daughter of the Zephyrhills planning director Todd Vande Berg, died in an automobile accident at the age of 21 in October 2015. City Manager Steve Spina said the city will receive no revenues in the first three years of the complex opening, to help Tennis P.R.O. recoup its upfront costs. For the remainder of the agreement, however, the firm will pay rent to the city based on a percentage of its profits. Spina said the public-private partnership resembles the one Zephyrhills has with the East Pasco Family YMCA, in which the city owns the building property, but outsources programming and facility management. Meanwhile, recreation impact fees from The District at Abbott’s Square and other developments will be used to finance most of the facility’s construction costs, city officials say. The city also is looking into additional funding from USTA grants, Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP) grants, Penny for Pasco, and partnerships with Pasco County Parks and Recreation, and Pasco County Tourism. Memberships, or hourly court rental fees, will be required to access the tennis facility, though Zephyrhills residents will see a price break compared to non-residents. And, while those figures haven’t yet been configured, they are expected to mirror other clay-court tennis centers in nearby communities. The eight-court Cindy Hummel Tennis Center, in Auburndale, has yearly memberships ranging from $75 to $171, for unlimited court access. Elsewhere, the 10court Plant City Tennis Center offers individual annual passes for $350, and family annual passes for $700. Hourly court fees range from $1 to $7 at both facilities. “If you go to Plant City, if you go to Auburndale, if you go to Tampa — to have clay courts you have to have fees,” Spina said. Aside from serving east Pasco residents, officials believe the new tennis complex could become a draw for college and USTAsanctioned events. “We think this is more than a local tennis club; we think it will be a regional asset,” Spina told the council. “This is a feather in our cap,” said Alan Knight, council president. “I’m excited about it,” said Lance Smith, council vice president. “I think it’s going to bring some people in here, and we don’t really have any idea how big this is going to be. …I think it’s going to be a great success. I’m looking forward to seeing it come along.”Tennis center secures management KEVIN WEISSTennis P.R.O. is owned by Pascal Collard, shown here. Collard was the director of tennis at Saddlebrook Tennis Academy in Wesley Chapel from 2003 to 2006. He most recently served as the tennis director at The Merion Cricket Club, a private club in Haverford, Pennsylvania. 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AV VING S D 10 to 6 Mon-Sat € 12 to 6 Sunday Land O Lakes, FL 34638813-491-4879 BexleyFlorida.com 10to6Mon-Sat€12to6Sunday Private quiet lakeside s Perfect for business lun c No waiting for family w e Br ing your laptop and s D iscover Bexle y s B S uperb culinary exper i agreement. The new site has one feature lacking at the recreation center – 20 acres for parking. Fair association officials also have years of experience in handling crowds and traffic. Some of their staff will help with parking and other activities. “We have traffic flow and people flow down to an art,” said Dicky Brown, president of the fair association. The rental agreement with DCF was finalized on Oct. 18, Brown said. The agency will have the use of two buildings, including restroom facilities, and an open field for parking. It’s a major undertaking, and a strain on any community, Brown added. “But, we can get people off (State Road) 52 faster than anywhere because we have 20 acres of parking.” The search for a new site was a countywide effort among local governments and agencies, including county commissioners, the school district and law enforcement, said Pasco County Commissioner Mike Wells Jr. “It’s (fairgrounds) the only location that made sense and everyone worked together,” said Wells, who is on the fair association’s board. The DCF will have hundreds of employees on site during the four-day program. Law enforcement from the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office and Dade City will aid in traffic and crowd control. Residents who come to the site can qualify for food replacement for September and October, based on income and losses suffered during Hurricane Irma. People who currently receive food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, aren’t eligible. Instead, they will be compensated with extra benefits through the monthly program. For eligible applicants, Disaster-SNAP, or D-SNAP debit-style cards, will be issued if the applicant lived or worked in one of the 48 declared federal disaster counties from Sept. 5 to Oct. 4. To speed up the process, DCF officials encourage applicants to preregister at least a day before coming to an application site. For more information, please visit Dcf.state.fl.us/programs/access/fff/.RELIEF, from page 1A would work as a dam to contain the sinkhole. The cost would be about $800,000. Whatever the final decision, there are financial implications for the county and residents. Pasco County officials have said they want to get reimbursement for as much of its costs as possible. They view sinkhole damage largely as a private matter between insurance companies and the injured parties. To that end, the county mailed demand letters and notice of financial responsibility to homeowners, renters and companies that have done remediation work in the past. Left open is how much liability could rest with Lake Padgett residents. Moore said residents are concerned about taking on maintenance costs of the sinkhole. The subdivision has a special taxing district, created by Florida statute. However, those funds are collected solely for the operation and maintenance of recreational facilities in the subdivision, including five lake parks, three boat ramps and a horse stable. For fiscal year 2018, the per unit fee collected by the taxing district is about $500, according to documents on Lake Padgett’s website. In describing the taxing district, website documents specifically state that it doesn’t serve or have authority to serve as a Community Development District, civic association or a homeowner association.SINKHOLE, from page 1A staff members for the ribbon cutting. After years of deep cuts to library budgets, county commissioners approved a budget for fiscal year 2018 that added in more money for libraries, and also for parks.Libraries are valuable to communities, Moore said. In addition to books, they also provide innovative technology, including Land O’ Lakes makerspace, to help people learn.Plus, they facilitate connections between people. “It’s a great meeting place,” Moore said. In addition to the Land O’ Lakes library, at 2818 Collier Parkway, the county restored Monday hours to the Regency Park Branch Library, in New Port Richey. That library also will get new staff members. “Those are the county’s busiest libraries,” Fredericks said. To celebrate the restored hours, Land O’ Lakes library patrons were treated to special activities, including pen turning, a silly dance party, a visit from “creepy” reptiles and invertebrates, yoga and Tai Chi. Looking ahead, Mondays now can be filled with additional activities on a regular basis on the library’s monthly calendar, said Kathleen Rothstein, Land O’ Lakes branch manager. Yoga and Tai Chi will be offered on alternating Monday nights. There will be a Monday Movie Matinee. The library’s Foundry, or makerspace, will be open at various times on Monday. The Foundry has a variety of new technology including 3-D printers, state-of-the-art Computer Aided Design (CAD) equipment, an Oculus Rift virtual reality system, and an audio recording studio. It also offers opportunities to work with traditional hand and power tools, as well as crafting tools and supplies, including yarn and thread. Other programs scheduled on Mondays include an introduction to knitting, Autumn Candle Holder, Essential Oils, woodworking and Pumpkin Planter. For more information on dates and times for scheduled library events at Land O’ Lakes and other branch libraries, visit PascoCountyLibraries.org.LIBRARY, from page 1A Get all your favorite local news stories online www.lakerlutznew s .co m The Laker / Lutz News

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18A www.LakerLutzNews.com October 25, 2017 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community Sports Community Sports By Kevin Weisskweiss@lakerlutznews.comOnce or twice a week, a veteran NFL running back can be found training at Wesley Chapel District Park, readying for another shot to play on Sundays. “I’ll get that call soon. I know how the game goes,” he says. Indeed, Brooksville native DuJuan Harris knows pro football all too well. Since 2011, the 29-year-old has bounced around to eight NFL franchises across both coasts, in various capacities. It has included multiple stints with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2011, 2017), and stops with the Pittsburgh Steelers (2012), Green Bay Packers (2012 to 2014), Minnesota Vikings (2015), Seattle Seahawks (2015), Baltimore Ravens (2015) and San Francisco 49ers (2015 to 2016). He’s spent just weeks with some teams, and months with others. He’s been on practice squads and active rosters. He’s even been a starter multiple times. For Harris, it’s all been a “blessing.” “I’ve bounced around to a lot of different places, but I got to meet a lot of great guys. I played side by side with some future Hall of Famers and some Hall of Famers now, so it’s been amazing. It’s been tough, but I wouldn’t try to change it for anything; every team has been fun.” More recently, Harris spent preseason and training camp with the Jacksonville Jaguars until he was released in September. It’s not the first time he’s been cut, and it surely won’t be the last — should another NFL opportunity arise. “Every year you’ve got to prove yourself, so it’s a grind,” Harris says. “It’s a different kind of life, definitely. It’s been a struggle throughout my career...” The average NFL career is 3.3 years, according to the NFL Players Association. It’s undoubtedly shorter for undrafted free agents, like Harris. “You can make the same mistake as a first-round guy, and (coaches) are going to pat him on the back and say, ‘Oh, it’s OK.’ You make that same mistake (as an undrafted player), you’re going to be gone,” Harris explains. The circumstances entering the league don’t matter anymore to Harris. Instead, he bides his time, relishing the chance to prove himself once again as a veteran player. “It’s something that I hold my head up for when I go to new teams,” he says. “I don’t get nervous about anything. I feel like you see someone new come in that door, you’re going to have to worry. That’s how it is in the NFL. That’s what I tell some younger guys, ‘Don’t get down when you get released.’” Whatever the reason, Harris consistently has been overlooked as a football player. Despite starring at Central High School in Brooksville — where he recorded 3,000 career rushing yards and 45 touchdowns and holds a Hernando County record for the most yards in a single game with 363 yards and five touchdowns — Harris only had offers from Troy (Alabama) University and Florida A&M University. And, after a prolific four-year college career at Troy — nearly 3,200 scrimmage yards and 32 touchdowns — Harris didn’t receive an invite to the NFL combine. Perhaps it’s his stature. He stands just 5foot-7. It’s certainly not his athleticism or aggressive running style. The chiseled Harris recorded the highest vertical leap (41.5 inches) and fastest 40-yard dash time (4.37 seconds) on his college team. But an eye-opening pro day workout wasn’t enough to have Harris’ name among the 254 chosen during the 2011 NFL Draft, either. “I didn’t mind even not getting my name called on draft day,” Harris says. “I really just wanted to hear my name called for my family. Just for them to hear it and for them to cheer about something. Other than that, my mindset is, ‘I’m going to play football anyway. I’m going to be in the NFL, I’m going to get my respect one way or another, if I’m going to get picked or not.’” He’s done that year in, year out. In 38 career NFL games, Harris has tallied 590 rushing yards, 244 receiving yards and three touchdowns. In regular season action, he’s proven to be a productive back, averaging a career 4.1 yards per carry, and a reliable pass-catcher, with 21 receptions. Harris, meanwhile, is confident he can still make plays, at 29 years old — aging by NFL standards. “There’s older guys that can still do it and I feel like if they can, then I can too. It’s doable,” he says. His newfound athletic trainer, Bebe Roberts, also shares the sentiment. “He’s amazingly fast, but I didn’t know he was that fast,” Roberts says of observing Harris in a recent workout. Roberts is a former Wesley Chapel High School track star. He’s worked out other NFL hopefuls through his athletic training company, Fast Sprint Quick Performance, LLC. His relationship with Harris dates back to high school, when they went head-to-head in local track meets — where Roberts beat the NFL player in the 100-meter dash. “He brings that up all the time,” Roberts jokes. Roberts’ job is to maintain the NFL veteran’s speed and flexibility, through hip stabilizers and other routine running back drills. “He’s a running back, so we don’t want him to get tight, especially in the offseason,” Roberts explains. “I did a lot of research on him, so I could help make him a better athlete.” Those personalized workouts are critical to Harris, who’s fighting to stay in the sport that skews young. “Every year since my rookie year, it’s been the same thing. Just pretty much trying to work on everything. In this league, you learn something every year—and people get better every year,” he says. “You just got to stay prepared. You could have a skill set that’s pretty good, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to work for you all the time. You’ve got to keep working at it.” Harris has temporarily settled in Wesley Chapel with his family, while he awaits his next football opportunity. With ample downtime, he’s been assisting in his wife’s custom wig business, DarVida by Keysha. “She makes the wigs and I take care of everything else; we make a good team,” says Harris, noting he developed the professional website. Interestingly, it’s not the first non-NFL job he’s had. Harris garnered national headlines in the 2012 season, when he went from working at a Chrysler-Jeep-Dodge dealership in Jacksonville to the Green Bay Packers practice squad, eventually working his way onto the active roster as a starter. That year, Harris took the sales job to supplement his income as he awaited his next NFL roster spot. Harris recalls the unique circumstance: “I’m not a big spender, but during the offseason there’s only so far that your money can stretch. I didn’t have enough to get me through an offseason and some of the season, so I had to get up and work. I couldn’t just sit around and wait for something to happen. “The process of getting a job was new for me. I never had to go in for an interview, dress nice and everything else. It all was new to me. I was only there for a week —didn’t sell a car, but came close on a couple. “It was fun and I was thankful for them giving me the opportunity. I was doing workouts in between, got a call from Green Bay and they asked me if I wanted to fly out the next day.” Now Harris hopes for a similar call, from any of the 32 NFL franchises — or even the Canadian Football League. It may come sooner than later, as injuries mount and wide-eyed rookies make mistakes. “In this game, if a young guy’s not doing too well, they’re going to go to a vet, no matter what. I’ll get my name called soon,” he said. 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 COURTESY OF NFL.COMSince 2011, the 29-year-old Brooksville native has bounced around to eight NFL franchises across both coasts, in various capacities. That included a stint with the Green Bay Packers, from 2012 to 2015. DuJuan Harris patiently awaits next NFL shotAREA OFFERS & COMMITMENTSMariah Melendez, a senior pitcher/utility player at Sunlake High School, has verbally committed to play softball at Ave Maria University, an NAIA program in Ave Maria. Melendez has proven to be one of the county’s top two-way players the last three seasons. In 358 career innings, Melendez has racked up 35 wins, to go along with a 2.91 ERA, 193 strikeouts and 42 complete games. At the plate, Melendez has a career .407 batting average, tallying 108 hits, 51 RBIs and 75 runs. Also a threat on the base paths, Melendez has 32 career steals.Ashley Sieper, an Odessa resident who attends Tampa Catholic, has verbally committed to play basketball at Boston University, an NCAA Division I program in Boston, Massachusetts. The 6-foot-2 power Additional Q-and-A with veteran NFL running back DuJuan HarrisOn having his No. 20 jersey retired at Central High School’s Sept. 29 Homecoming game:“It didn’t hit me until I got on the field. I was thinking, like, ‘Wow, nobody in this school is ever going to wear my number again.’ It kind of just hit me. My wife was trying to ask me, ‘Did it really set in yet?’ She saw, once I kind of got some tears in my eyes.”On the challenge of bouncing from various NFL franchises, with a family at home:“That’s when it got hard. When I was by myself it was simple. ...Just bouncing around from place to place, sometimes I’ve got to leave my wife, and for her to take care of things on her own—I hate having to do that. When you get to a new city and she has to go, now she’s in a new place by herself. So, that’s another thing that I’ve got to try to worry about on top of all the new (stuff) I’ve got to get ready for. So, it’s difficult, but it is what it is. We’d rather go through all of it now.”On the feeling of getting released:“You might feel like you’re an outcast when you leave ‘here’ and get released ‘here’ and you might feel a little embarrassed and you want to be in your shell. But when you get a call from another team and go there, there’s guys in that locker room that are going to worry because, ‘Hey they just brought in a new running back, who’s going to go?’ And in this league, it’s a numbers game. You just can’t really think about all the negativity in the league because there’s a lot. There’s nothing you can do about it.”On what he misses most about the NFL:“Just pretty much being in that (locker) room. Just that atmosphere itself, it’s amazing and it’s something that a lot of people wish they could be apart of. If I get another opportunity to prolong my career, it would be a blessing...” On the difficulty of learning an NFL playbook, especially in a short period of time: “It’s definitely not like the video games. You’ve got to learn a new language pretty much. It’s a little difficult. One word might mean something for one team and it means something else for another. And then the routes, they call the routes a little differently. But it’s a copycat league. Everything you pretty much learn from other teams, you end up running that same play. ...I go to one team and I just try to learn the basics and then go from there. You’ve just got to put in the time. There’s a lot more to it than people think.”COURTESY OF POSITIVE COACHING ALLIANCE-TAMPA BAYWharton Highs Raweerat KhunduangTRIPLE-IMPACT COMPETITOR FINALISTS NAMEDSix senior athletes from schools in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area were recently named finalists for the Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship through the Positive Coaching Alliance-Tampa Bay: Raweerat Khunduang, Wharton High School  Emily Leonard, Wiregrass Ranch High School  Alexander Lopez, Steinbrenner High School  Karissa Olsen, Wesley Chapel High School  Andrea Wallace, Sunlake High School  Chandler Carr (formerly of Lutz), Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High SchoolThe Triple Impact Competitor Scholarship seeks to salute student-athletes who have “demonstrated a commitment to improving themselves, their teammates, and their sport as a whole,” according to a release.Applicants had to submit essays and receive at least three recommendations from coaches, teachers or administrators. A total of 25 Tampa Bay-area student-athletes from the high school class of 2018 were finalists for the Triple-Impact Competitor, which is presented by Sagicor Life Insurance Company. Each of the finalists will next be interviewed by members of a selection committee, Scholarship winners will be named at a Tampa Bay Rays game in the 2018 season. COURTESY OF SUNLAKE HIGH SCHOOLSunlake Highs Maria Melendez plans to play collegiate softball at Ave Maria University.COURTESY OF MEG MERRITT Pasco County champs For the second straight year, the Wiregrass Ranch High girls golf team won the Pasco County Girls High School Golf Conference tournament. Buoyed by freshman Norah Caitlin, who shot a 69 to earn individual medalist honors, the Bulls edged 12 other Pasco schools at the Oct. 9 tournament at The Groves Golf and Country Club in Land O Lakes. From left: Tyler Finn, assistant coach, and Zoe Wood, Mya Simard, Norah Catlin, Morgan, Sustachek, Laryn Finn, Karlie Finn and Jeremy Calzone, head coach.forward averaged 8.8 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game for the Crusaders last season, which reached the Class 5A regional finals. ESPN.com ranks Sieper as a three-star recruit and the nation’s 42nd best post prospect for the 2018 recruiting class. Darin Green Jr., a 6-foot-4 junior shooting guard at Wharton High School, has picked up a basketball scholarship from Rider (New Jersey) University, marking his second Division I offer in as many weeks. Green Jr., who helped guide Wharton High to a 20-6 mark and Class 8A regional quarterfinal last season, recently earned an offer from Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers. The Saint Leo University women’s basketball team has picked up a verbal commitment from Tampa Catholic guard Lenise Santiago. The 5-foot-8 junior averaged 8.1 points, 1.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.1. steals per game last season. Former Wiregrass Ranch defensive back Shamaur McDowell, now a senior at IMG Academy in Bradenton, has decommitted from the University of Minnesota. The 5-foot-11, 184-pound McDowell, who originally committed to Minnesota on June 11, recently made the announcement on Twitter. McDowell, a three-star prospect ranked among the nation’s top 150 cornerbacks for the 2018 class, has offers from North Carolina State, Washington State, Central Florida, South Florida, Purdue and Iowa State universities, among others, according to 247sports.com.

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INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & More B Frida Kahlo is a Mexican artist whose face, with her riveting dark eyes and unibrow, is instantly recognizable even to people who know little about her life and art.Yet, more than 80 years after her first New York exhibition, Kahlo still fascinates as a woman, an artist and an iconic figure to feminists and political activists. Pasco-Hernando State Colleges Rao Musunuru M.D. Art Gallery is hosting a Teachers Discovery Traveling Exhibit to highlight Kahlo and her work.The exhibit is free and open to the public.The gallery, located in a wing of the colleges library at 10230 Ridge Road in New Port Richey, is open from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., on Monday through Thursday, and from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., on Friday. The exhibit ends on Dec. 12. She was a revolutionary, said Connie LaMarca-Frankel, a humanities professor at PHSC, and a founder of the Tampa Repertory Theatre. She was engaged in the politics of her day and at the same time was an artist. LeMarca-Frankel brought her students to the exhibit to introduce them to Kahlo. Now maybe theyll start to think about her, the humanities professor said. The exhibit includes large banners that feature Kahlo and recreations of her paintings. Books on Kahlo are there, too, for study or a quiet moment to sit in a chair and browse their pages. Theres also an interactive video that gallery visitors can use to view La Casa Azul, Kahlos house and garden in Coyoacan, outside Mexico City. Kahlo was born in 1907 and died in 1954, at age 47. Her short life was filled with debilitating pain from childhood polio and a bus accident that crushed and wounded her body. She spent nearly two years in a body cast. Lying on her back, looking into a mirror, she painted what she saw Frida Kahlo. She met Mexican muralist, Diego Rivera, a much older man than she, and already wildly famous. They had a tumultuous marriage, a divorce, and a remarriage. Both had love affairs. For many years, she was known more for being Riveras wife than as an artist in her own right. She is known for her self-portraits, and for a folk-art style of painting that captured Mexican culture and challenged peoples concepts of gender, race, class and the history of colonialism. Two of her most known paintings are The Two Fridas and Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird. In The Two Fridas, Kahlo did a double self-portrait. Both Kahlos are sitting down. One is garbed in European-style dress, the other in traditional Mexican dress. In the other painting, Kahlo is wearing a thorn necklace, with a hummingbird pendant. On her right shoulder, a monkey pulls at the necklace, drawing blood. A black panther, with blue eyes, looks over her left shoulder. She was such a great personality. Her artwork is amazing, said Blythe Sanschagrin, who attended the exhibits opening reception. I love the story of how strong of a woman she was. Kahlos Mexican heritage seemed right for a celebration of multiculturalism during Hispanic Heritage Month, which was from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15. The exhibit also serves a mission of the college to promote interactive events for students, said Ray Calvert, the colleges director of libraries. The main thing is to generate awareness for students and create themes around which they can interact, he said. Luz Himelhoch brought her own form of interaction to the opening reception. She had about 30 students swaying and sashaying to Latin rhythms, as she taught them to dance the salsa and meringue. She is a Kahlo admirer. Frida Kahlo is my hero, Himelhoch said. This is a woman who had to endure so much at a young age. She still continued to forge on. She never gave up. Gallery exhibit showcases Mexican artist Frida Kahlo FRED BELLET H In ir FHInspira i t t rg c e tionPlace.or FHInspirat sp i a i i a e n rg o io onPlace.org g F r n o c e io nPla n o HI FH Ins p nsp pi a ir ra FHInspira HIn FH Ins sp nsp pi a ir ra t nP Pla or .o ce c e or o io tionPlace.org a rg nP Pla e. n o org .o ce c c e or o tio io o p g

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Provided locally by: Pet Loss Support GroupLast Thursday of the Month from 3 4:30 p.m. Upcoming Dates: July 27, Aug. 31 & Sept. 28Gulfside Center for Hospice Care 5760 Dean Dairy Road in Zephyrhills Our relationship with our pets is very special. For many of us, they are members of the family, and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief can be overwhelming. At Gulfside Hospices Pet Loss Support Group, you can share your feelings with others who are going through a similar experience. Facilitated by Chaplain Mike Merritt For more information or to RSVP, call 727-845-5707. Media Sponsor: Last Thursday of the Month from 3 4:30 p.m. Upcoming Dates: Sept. 28, O ct. 26 & N ov. 30 24416 State Road 54, Lutz 33559  813-428-6994At the corner of S R 54 and Oak Grove B oulevardi nfo@petpo i ntan im alhosp i tal.co m  www.petpo i ntan im alhosp i tal.co m EXAMS € VACCINES € WELLNESS PLANS € DENTAL CLEANING SURGERY € PET BOARDING € HOUSE CALLS € TENDER LOVING CARE (TLC) Open M onday-Fr i day 8a m -6p m  S aturday 8a m -4p m  VACCINE HOURS: WEDNESDAY 2-4 Dr. Moses Kawalya, DVM, DABVP(Board Certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners) $22.00 EXA M FOR ALL NEW CLIENT S M ULTI-PET DI S COUNT DOG FLU VACCINE AVAILA B LE www.LakerLutzNews.com 2B October 25, 2017 Sponsored by:9513 Nebraska Avenue Tampa, FL 33612 813.932.9775 or 813.932.4333 (4 blocks north of Busch Boulevard) www.shellsfeed.com PET OF THE WEEK FAMILIES RECEIVE A $25 SHELL’S FEED & GARDEN GIFT CERTIFICATE TO USE IN ITS STORE FOR TREATS, TOYS, COLLARS, LEASHES & HOME GROOMING PRODUCTS.Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a short paragraph about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to: Pet of the Week, c/o The Laker, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 or email to mrathman@lakerlutznews.com, ATTN: Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNERS NAME AND ADDRESS MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PET TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. Kochanie is a back-seat driver Kochanie is a 9-year-old Great Pyrenees. She does volunteer time with the veterans’ home and the Florida Great Pyrenees Rescue. You might have seen her cruising around Land O’ Lakes with her ‘doggles’ on. Kochanie’s proud owner is Geri Cochran, of Land O’ Lakes. Kitten overload The shelter has had a recent influx of young cats and unweaned kittens that could greatly benefit from foster care. Kittens often visit the shelter for recheck visits every two weeks, until they are old enough and weigh enough for their spay/neuter and adoption. Many of these kittens are too young to be staying in the shelter alone and need foster care to truly thrive and live. Please consider fostering with Pasco County Animal Services. If you are interested in fostering, come to the shelter to talk with a staff member or email adoptionpartners@pascocountyfl.net. If you would like to foster a kitten or adopt Daisy, be sure to visit Pasco County Animal Services at 19640 Dogpatch Lane in Land O’ Lakes. The adoption center is open Tuesday through Saturday, noon to 6:30 p.m. All adoption fees include spay/neuter, microchip and vaccines. For more information, email adoptionpartners@pascocountyfl.net. Daisy is a shy girl Daisy, a pretty little black-mouth cur mix, is timid and shy, but is increasingly coming out of her shell. She would greatly benefit from a home that doesn’t mind giving her some love and affection to build her confidence. Daisy is not recommended for a home with young children, because she is nervous around them. As with all dogs, we recommend meet and greets. Daisy is spayed, microchipped and vaccinated and ready to go to her new home.

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PET PAWS PASCO ADOPTION SPECIALSPasco County Animal Services’ shelter is overcrowded again, so it is reducing its adoption rates to $25 for dogs and $15 for cats. The fees still cover spay/neuter, microchipping and age-appropriate vaccinations. The shelter will also have an event called “No Tricks, Just Treats” on Oct. 28 from noon to 4 p.m., which is a free adoption day, with a donation. Animal Services is at 19640 Dogpatch Lane in Land O’ Lakes.PET SUPPLIES PLUS HALLOWEEN EVENTPet Supplies Plus, 21703 Village Lakes Shopping Center Drive in Land O’ Lakes, will host a Halloween event that will include kids’ and dogs’ costume contests, prizes and giveaways, trick-or-treat stations, kids’ crafts and treats for pets. The event is on Oct. 28 from noon to 3 p.m.PET ADOPTION EVENTAdoption fees will be waived for the first 75 pet adoptions at the Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center, 440 N. Falkenburg Road in Tampa. Patrons at the Subaru Love Pets’ Tricks for Treats event also can enjoy food, candy stations and a photo booth for selfies with your new pet. The event is free, courtesy of Subaru of America, and the ASPCA. The event is Oct. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.BOW WOW BINGO & LUNCHEONSupport Canine Companions for Independence by enjoying a catered luncheon and 10 games of Bow Wow Bingo on Nov. 2 at 11:30 a.m. A donation of $20 covers lunch and bingo. The event is at the Lutz Community Center, 98 First Ave., N.W.PET FOOD BANKIf you are a struggling pet owner who is having difficulty providing the basic essentials for your pet, Pasco County Animal Services, 19640 Dogpatch Lane in Land O’ Lakes, may be able to help, according to the department’s website. Thanks to community donations of food and basic pet supplies, Animal Services has begun a Pet Food Bank. Supplies may be limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served, basis.SHARE YOUR PET NEWSIf you have pet news about adoptions, walks or other events for pet owners and their pets, you can let us know by sending us an email. We just need the basics: who, what, when, where and why. The information should be submitted two weeks prior to the desired publication date. We also need a contact name and number, in case we have questions. There is no guarantee of publication, but we consider each item we receive. If you’d like to make a submission, send it to news@lakerlutznews.com. PUT YOUR PET IN THE SPOTLIGHT! Send photo and information to: The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSEmail to: mrathman@lakerlutznews.com SUBJECT: Pet of the Week M ail to: Pet of the Week, c/o The Laker, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 3354 8 OCTOBER SPECIAL! 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MUST BE CURRENT ON RABIES & DHPP/FVRCP VACCINES. VACCINES CLINIC: Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome. Subject to $3 medical, infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines. Consult is addl $30 on request.€ Rabies 1 yr $15.00 € Feline Leukemia 2 yr $25.00 € Feline Distemper Combo 3 yr $30.00 € Rabies 3 yr $30.00 € Canine Distemper Combo 3 yr $30.00 € Bordetella/Kennel Cough $18.00 Not prone to sharing Ken Shepherd, of Lutz, captured this image of a Sandhill Crane in his backyard, as the crane was walking away from two cranes and their mom, so he could keep this turtle egg all to himself.

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CAREERSOURCE AIDS LABOR MARKETCareerSource Pasco Hernando spent nearly $6.2 million on four programs during 2016-2017 in support of the labor exchange between job seekers and employers, and on training workshops, according to a news release from CareerSource. The investment brought a return of nearly $51 million to Pasco and Hernando counties, measured by payroll gains. CareerSource completed a data analysis and summary to gauge the labor exchange return on investment, or ROI. Based on conservative measurements of wage gains and benefits, the study determined that for each dollar spent by CareerSource, $8.18 came back into the local economy. Programs at CareerSource are focused on creating local economic growth, and providing economic stability for local residents of Pasco and Hernando counties. The nonprofits programs are intended to enhance confidence in the workforce, and to support a successful financial future. They provide unemployed workers with training, temporary assistance and employment services. For information, visit CareersourcePascoHernando.com, or call Hernando at (352) 200-3020/Pasco at (727) 484-3400, and ask to speak with a business service consultant.JOB OPENINGSSuperior Precast is seeking to fill about 100 positions during the next three years at its plant at 15486 U.S. 301, in Dade City. Positions include forklift operators, office managers, crew leaders, experienced welders, carpenters and precast production workers. CareerSource Pasco Hernando aided Superior Precast at a job fair in August that drew about 115 job seekers. Onsite interviews led to nine on-the-spot hires. CareerSource is continuing efforts to fill additional positions. Superior Precasts new 63,000-squarefoot facility manufactures a refined architectural precast building stone that simulates natural cut stone. It specializes incustom cast stone. Positions at Superior Precast pay about $44,000, and include benefits such as holiday, vacation pay and health insurance. For additional information, call (813) 377-1300 in Pasco or (352) 200-3020 in Hernando. Ask for a business service consultant.NEW JERSEY MIKES Franchise owner Valarie Hager and General Manager Tyler Ryals had a grand opening celebration Oct. 11 at the new Jersey Mikes Subs shop, at 17471 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz. About 7,500 coupons were handed out in the community for a free sub with a minimum $3 contribution to Steinbrenner High School Athletic Boosters. Customers must have a coupon to be eligible. Since 2010, Jersey Mikes locations across the country have collected more than $25 million for local charities, and have distributed more than 1.5 million free sub sandwiches to help various causes, according to a news release from Splash LLC. 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Guest speaker will be Kartik Goyani of Metro Development Group LLC. The company is developing Epperson Ranch and the nations first Crystal Lagoon, which will have 7 acres of clear blue waters. The cost is $15 including lunch. For information, contact the chamber at office@WesleyChapelChamber.com, or visit WesleyChapelChamber.com.EAST PASCO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMITThe 2017 East Pasco Economic Development Summit is scheduled for Nov. 1 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the PascoHernando State College Porter Campus, 2727 Mansfield Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. The summit will feature panel discussions with key industry leaders. It will focus on economic impact and opportunities in major industries including health care, education, tourism and hospitality, and overall business development. The key note speaker will be Dr. Jerry Parrish, chief economist and director of research for the Florida Chamber Foundation. Panelists will include J.D. Porter, developer of Wiregrass Ranch; Andy Corty, publisher of Florida Trend; Kartik Goyani of Metro Development Group; Larry Morgan of Morgan Family Ventures/ComPark 75; and, Dan Biles, Pasco County administrator. Pasco County Commission Chairman Mike Moore will moderate the panels. The cost for Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce and Greater Pasco Chamber of Commerce members is $40. It is $50 for non-members. Reserved tables for eight people, with a corporate logo, are $400. For more information, you can email office@WesleyChapelChamber.com, or visit WesleyChapelChamber.com.NETWORKING BREAKFASTThe Wednesday Morning Network Group will meet Nov. 1 at 7:30 a.m., at Hungry Harrys Family Bar-B-Que, at 3116 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes. Each attendee will be able to present a 30-second pitch. The cost is $7 for members, if preregistered by Oct. 26, or $10 for members and non-members at the door. Please register online at CentralPascoChamber.com. 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