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Besides Land OÂ’ Lakes, its students come from New Tampa, Wesley Chapel, Lutz, Trinity, Spring Hill, Dade City, Hudson and Holiday, New Port Richey, Westchase and Odessa. It now has campuses on both sides of Collier Parkway. The third campus would be off 20 Mile Level Road, on land that is undeveloped, except for the former MacManus family home. Plans for that third campus include athletic facilities, a new lower division school for grades kindergarten through fourth grade, and an environmental sciences education area. It also would include the infrastructure thatÂ’s needed to support those facilities, Heller said. The site off 20 Mile Level Road offers an exciting opportunity for environmental By Kathy Steeleksteele@lakerlutznews.comTampa Premium Outlets has added four new retailers, and four more will open in time for holiday shopping season, according to an announcement from Dancie Perugini Ware Public Relations. The four new recently opened retailers are Volcom, Pop Cult, Green Mango and Happy Dough.Â Volcom designs, markets and distributes board sports-oriented items, including clothing, footwear, accessories and related products for young men and women. It is open in Suite 638 near Under Armour and PacSun.Â Pop Cult sells mid-20th century and early 21st century global mainstream items such as posters, gifts, figurines and accessories. It is open in Suite 938 near Steve Madden. Â Green Mango serves up fresh cups of mango, with a twist. Customers can get their treat with a hint of lime, chili powder or simply freshly peeled. It is in a kiosk outside of Market Hall, near Auntie AnneÂ’s. Â Happy Dough scoops edible gourmet cookie dough that is safe to eat, has no preservatives and can be baked. It is in a kiosk near Under Armour, and across from PacSun. The four other shops that are coming in the fall are Bath & Body Works, Finish Line, Candy Barrel and Lavender Nails & Spa.New shops open at Tampa Premium OutletsSee SHOPS, page15A See ACADEMY, page15A By B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comWhen Courtney Urban began volunteering at the Gulfside Hospice Thrift Shoppe, at 1930 Land OÂ’ Lakes Blvd., in Lutz, it was just a way to spend some extra time with her grandmother. Â“The big thing in the beginning was just going with her,Â” said Urban, who began her volunteer work in 2013. Â“But then it became my own thing. I loved going there. When I got to be the cashier, it was fun to interact with all of the customers. I kind of took it into my own hands, rather than just to be there with grandma,Â” the now 19-year-old said. Over the years, she has logged more than 800 volunteer hours, and recently, Urban was honored with the Volunteers are the Foundation of Hospice Award by the National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization, at a conference in San Diego. Urban was recognized in the Young Leaders category. The University of South Florida student was both surprised and delighted to be singled out. Most recently, she has been pitching in at Gulfside Center for Hospice Care, at 5760 Dean Dairy Road in Zephyrhills. Initially, she served as a compassion companion volunteer, and now sheÂ’s helping at the front desk. Her work as a volunteer has changed her. Â“ItÂ’s helped me come out of my shell. I was very shy in high school. I was the kid that hated when I had to speak in front of the class. I wasnÂ’t good at making friends.Â“Now, I can walk into a room and instantly strike up a conversation with a patient or their family. I enjoy speaking with people, now. I feel like I opened up,Â” Urban said.It also has broadened her perspective. Â“I also didnÂ’t realize how many different kinds of people are out there in the world. See VOLUNTEER, page15A B INSIDE, PAGE 1B B.C. MANIONCourtney Urban now volunteers at the front desk at Gulfside Center for Hospice Care in Zephyrhills. She used to volunteer at the Gulfside Hospice Thrift Shoppe in Lutz. Recently, she received a national honor for her volunteer work. This banner communicates the message that Academy at the Lakes aims to convey to its students, staff and faculty.Local volunteer wins national awardAcademy at the Lakes creates bold vision for the future B.C. MANIONMark Heller, head of school at Academy at the Lakes, said work is underway to plan for Academy at the LakesÂ’ future. HeÂ’s excited about the possibilities.
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Looming ahead is a third $25,000 homestead exemption, which is expected to pass in a 2018 voter referendum. If it does pass, Pasco County could lose $8 million in general fund revenues, and $2 million in fire fund revenues. One solution commissioners are exploring is municipal taxing units that would collect revenues based on property tax valuations. Commissioners discussed the idea at an Oct. 17 workshop in Dade City. No decision was reached, but county staff members will provide more details in the future.And, its possible that voters could weigh in, if the matter goes to a referendum. Pasco County Commissioner Kathryn Starkey wants to move forward, without a referendum. Other commissioners want a referendum before considering any increase of taxes. Representatives of each of the three departments presented a list of backlogged equipment and repairs or enhanced services that are needed, if Pasco is to become a premier county. Parks has about $14 million in deferred maintenance at its 35 parks, recreation centers, trails and swimming pools. Its current annual budget is about $9 million. A taxing unit would collect about $28 million annually. However, not all of those funds would be spent at once. The annual parks budget would increase to between $10 million and $13 million. And, funds would be spent on maintenance of existing facilities and long-term replacement, said Keith Wiley, the countys natural resources manager. Its not about having more facilities and prettier facilities, he said. Libraries and emergency management also face shrinking resources. Based on state library standards, Pasco spends about $13 per person, or about half the state average of about $26 per person. The same standards show Pasco needs about 170,000 square feet of additional space. Yet, the next library, probably in Starkey Ranch, isnt slated for construction until 2022. Library staffing also is well below state average standards. We need to update our facilities to the 21st century, said Sean McGarvey, a library administrator. Emergency management and fire rescue face challenges in response times and providing protection for area residents. Fire rescue needs eight additional fire stations to cover the entire county, and the growing population, said Michael Cassano, the countys deputy fire chief of operations. Additional personnel and equipment also are needed, he said. Taxing units for emergency management and for fire rescue would collect about $10 million each. The countys 911 communications center wont have sufficient room to operate in two to three years, a situation that Kevin Guthrie, assistant county administrator for public safety, called catastrophic. The county also needs generators for the schools that provide emergency shelters during hurricanes. Currently, the county can provide only three schools with generators, Guthrie said. Starkey pushed to move forward and create taxing units with a future vote by county commissioners. Prior public outreach has shown that residents are willing to support more funding, said Starkey. She had raised the issue for parks during budget discussions for 2018, but the county could not have met a deadline to establish such a taxing district. We cant have slides that are falling apart, swings falling apart, she said. Weve just let our citizens down by letting all these parks fall apart. I think its 10 years past due to fund our parks and our libraries. The authority to create the taxing units belongs to the county commissioners. So, the referendum, unless voters were asked to approve a bond issue, would be a straw poll. I personally think were jumping the gun by even having any discussion, said Pasco County Commission Chairman Mike Moore. He cited an earlier directive from the county commission to first have outreach to the public on parks before considering a taxing unit. County officials said the hurricane had delayed those efforts for outreach on the parks, but they would come back in December with results from meetings and polling efforts. Libraries and emergency management will be included. Moore also did some quick figuring, determining that homeowners could face a 34 percent increase in taxes, if all of the taxing units were fully funded. That would add about $140 to the average property tax bill of $407, based on the countys average home value of $107,000. Never, ever, in my life will you see this person raise our citizens taxes by 34 percent, Moore said. Thats insane.The Pasco County School Board has approved the charter application for Pinecrest Academy Wesley Chapel, a charter school that plans to open in that community. Now that the school board has approved the application, work is underway to develop a contract with the charter school applicant, said Jeff Yungmann, coordinator for charter schools in Pasco County Schools. The new charter school is expected to open in 2018-19, or 2019-2020, Yungmann said. The application identifies that the school would open with a maximum of 652 kindergarten through sixth grade students, Yungmann said. In the second year, it would add seventh grade and would have a total enrollment of 900; in Year 3, it would add eighth grade and would have 1,134 students; in Year 4 and thereafter, it would have 1,200 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. The mission of Pinecrest Academy Inc., is to provide individualized instruction, in a nurturing environment ensuring college and career success, using rigor, relevance, and relationships to empower students to become tomorrows global leaders, according to a school board document. The Charter Application Review Committee conducted a rigorous evaluation process utilizing the Florida Charter School Application Evaluation Instrument, including the capacity interview on August 17, 2017. In its comprehensive evaluation, the Committee concluded that 21 of the 22 sections of the Pinecrest Academy Wesley Chapels application met the standard of review. One of the 22 sections of the application partially met the standard of review. There were no sections rated as did not meet the standard of review, according to the backup material for the board agenda item.The applicant has not yet identified a specific location for the school, other than indicating it will be in Wesley Chapel, Yungmann said.Yungmann characterized the applicants submittal as an outstanding application and called it one of the best hes reviewed. They had a good solid plan, he said. The charter school operators have locations in other parts of the state, but this would be their first location in Pasco County. Yungmann said the charter has a strong governing board and a good track record. We hope theyre going to do well, he said.Planning underway for new charter schoolA new middle school is expected to open next to Cypress Creek Middle High School, allowing the existing school to focus on high school only. The new middle school will accommodate 1,675 students on a 15-acre site, just north of the current school, which opened in August at 8701 Old Pasco Road, for students in grades six through 11. The estimated construction budget is $43.5 million. Construction is expected to begin in the fall of 2018, with opening planned for August 2020. The Pasco County School Board has approved an agreement with architects Harvard Jolly, to reuse the design of the 1,400-student station Innovation Middle School in Orange County, for the new middle school, according to school board documents. Pasco school district staff members recently toured Innovation Middle School and found that the school to be cost effective, attractive and extremely safe and a school that will successfully meet the educational needs of the district, according to district documents. Many of the preferred features of this school are already found in a number of our educational facilities, the document added. Our version of the school will be expanded to approximately 1,600 student stations to accommodate future growth in this region of the district. Cypress Creek Middle High is slated to add a senior class next school year. When the school opened, it affected boundaries for Rushe, John Long and Weightman middle schools, and Sunlake, Wesley Chapel and Wiregrass high schools. The district initially had hoped to open Cypress Creek as a high school only, but was forced to use it for more grades because it lacked sufficient construction funds.Gearing up for Cypress Creek Middle School County exploring adding a new tax
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His death came on the evening of the 51st annual San Antonio Rattlesnake Festival, an event which he co-founded with Deputy Sheriff Willy Post, as a project of the Jaycees. To know Eddie was to appreciate a man who revered his community, and valued the facts and lessons of history. Local history buffs and museums regularly consulted with Eddie. Eddie gave me many photos to use on the Fivay.org website, and he was able to provide information about a number of old photos, said Jeff Miller, who operates the website and is a respected local historian. Eddie knew of the existence of a large collection of high-quality vintage photos of Dade City, San Antonio and surrounding towns. Most of the photos were taken by the Dade City Chamber of Commerce in the late 1920s, and before. He asked Oliver and Barbara DeWitt of Dade City, who are now in possession of the photos, to allow me to scan the photos, which are known as the Helen Eck Sparkman Collection. They can be viewed and downloaded in high resolution on the Fivay.org website, Miller said.These photos of public places and historic homes are indicative of Eddies zeal to capture accurate information and to share his knowledge, often through anecdotes, about the culture and flavor of a specific time or event.Herrmann co-authored The Historic Places of Pasco County, commonly called the orange book, with James J. Horgan and Alice Hall in 1992. The volume traces the history of the county from 1887 to a hundred years later, in 1987, describing 264 buildings, sites, and homes that were designated as historic. The book also provides a map and guide to the countys cemeteries. Compiling the information was a gargantuan task. And, Eddie told others about a time he once spent 24 hours, without a break, conducting research for the book, along with his great friend, the iconic Zephyrhills activist Alice Hall.We spent the night together at the Zephyrhills City Hall poring through records, and they just left us there all night, Eddie said.Eddie was a charter member of the Pasco County Historical Preservation Committee, formed in 1977 by the Pasco County Commission. In his role on the committee, he was involved in the placement of historical markers throughout Pasco County. His work was valuable in protecting landmarks, said Scott Black, another local historian and a member of the Dade City Commission. Eddie identified important sites around the county that were in danger of being forgotten, Black said, via email. I particularly remember how often he would talk about his quest for the -Mile House, which was a stagecoach stop 26 miles south of Chocochattee (present-day Brooksville) on the old road to Tampa, Black said. Eddie pinpointed the location so well that he was able to persuade the county to require Lennar Homes to fund an historical marker at the entrance of the Stagecoach Village housing development in Land OLakes as one of the permitting conditions for the development, Black recalled. Pat Mulieri, a member of the Pasco County Commission at the time, recognized Eddies contributions in a proclamation he received in 2014 on the steps of the Pasco County Historic Courthouse in Dade City. Eddie rarely missed a meeting of the Pasco County Historical Society, and he served the organization in every capacity, from president to board member to program chairman, for many years. He provided a wealth of information, and was always ready to help others unearth historic facts.For example, he delved into assisting Eva Martha Knapp and Hernando High School students with documenting the 1944 German POW Camp No. 7 that was operated in Dade City during World War II. During the course of that work, Eddie forged friendships with several former soldiers hosting them at his home and then visiting them in Germany. Eddie had the knack of seeing both the forest, and the trees. He recognized the interweaving of the economy, resources and changing political issues. For instance, he had extensive knowledge about Florida horticulture, and proved to be an invaluable resource for me, when I was conducting my research for local history books about Dade City and Wesley Chapel. As an example, he encouraged me to include the impact of a cactus farmer, Anthony Tuzzolino of Wesley Chapel, who raised 15 acres of cacti and imported cacti, and other produce, from Wesley Chapel to Ybor City during the early 1940s. Beyond merely telling me that, Eddie researched the issue, contacting the Pasco County Cooperative Extension Office, as well as the University of Floridas Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences on Opuntia Cactus, and then he passed along several citations to me. Thus, I wasnt surprised when I later learned that Eddie himself was an accomplished gardener and grower. As a matter of fact, he won the Florida Grape Growers Associations first winemaking competition in 1974, and then went on to spend years continuing to hone his skills in growing grapes and making wine. When gopher tortoises were declared a species of special concern, Eddie embraced the opportunity to protect the tortoises which had been used in races at the Rattlesnake Festival. He spearheaded the design of a large wooden version of a toy that resembled a gopher tortoise to be used instead. Eddies research also helped correct the record on one of Dade Citys most iconic buildings, Miller said. It had long been thought that the historic COURTESY OF MADONNA JERVIS WISE Knowing Your History Edward Eddie Joseph HerrmannEdward Joseph Herrmann, widely known as Eddie, was born to Joe Herrmann and Rose Ullrich Herrmann on July 25, 1936 in the Jovita Building in San Antonio. Eddie grew up in the Jovita Building that was built by his grandfather, Lucius Herrmann, a baker by trade, and Tony Rachel, with help from his father, Joe, and his aunt, Margaret Herrmann Kirch, who were teenagers at the time. The family lived upstairs, with businesses downstairs. Eddie had several siblings: Margaret Herrmann Beaumont, Paul Herrmann, Rosemary Herrmann, Joseph Herrmann, Barbara Herrmann Sessa, John Herrmann, Mary Sue Herrmann Keenan and Gregory Lucius Herrmann. Eddie started school a year early at St. Anthony School and skipped a grade. He graduated when he was 16 from St. Leo College Prep School. Eddie married Mary Patricia Patsy Miller on Oct. 19, 1955. Their 62nd anniversary was just two days before Eddie died. The couples five children are: Michael Joseph Herrmann, Amy Herrmann Greif, Larry Herrmann, Laura Herrmann Bailey and Eric Herrmann. After finishing high school, Eddie worked for his dads Saf-T-Gas Company, but eventually bought the Culligan Soft Water Business from his dad and raised his kids in Culligan Kindergarten, with the children riding around with him for years in his big truck, as he serviced his route. His wife, Patsy, was the bookkeeper.This biographical information was supplied by Margaret Herrmann Beaumont, Eddies sister.Eddie Herrmann, a pillar in San Antonio, was an original
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If you want to attend the social, reserve a spot by calling Jane Freeman at (813) 783-6192.CARRIAGE RIDESDade Citys First Friday Carriage Rides will take place Nov. 3 at Downtown Dade City Main Street, 14138 Sixth St. Pickups will be in front of the Tea Room on Meridian Avenue from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Dade City Merchants Association and hosted by Classic Reflections Carriages.ASIAN LANTERN FESTThe first St. Pete Asian Lantern Festival will be Nov. 3 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at Albert Whitted Park, 480 Bayshore Drive, S.E., in St. Petersburg. Four hundred lanterns will be strung up throughout the festival, hosted by The Gulf to Bay Food Truck Association. The first 400 guests will receive a free Asian folding hand fan. Admission is free.TAX COLLECTORS NEW LOCATIONPasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasanos Land O Lakes office will move about 150 feet to the north of its current location and will host a grand opening celebration Nov. 3 at 8 a.m., to allow visitors to take a look at the new space. There will be a ribbon cutting at 8:30 a.m., when the office will be open for business. The new location is 4135 Land O Lakes Blvd.AFTER DARK GALAThe University Area Community Development Corporation will host the Art in the ParkAfter Dark Gala Nov. 3 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the University Area Park Pavilion, 14013 N. 22nd St., in Tampa. The pavilion will be transformed into a playground for adults with music, food, dancing and artwork. The fundraiser will benefit the CDCs Prodigy Cultural Arts Program for at-risk youth in six Central Florida counties. For tickets and information, call (813) 558-5212, or visit UACDC.org.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 or questions, call (813) 404-5789 or (813) 310-9165.GONG MEDITATIONSun Yoga, 19026 Geraci Road in Lutz, will present a Gong Meditation Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. Participants will be guided by the natural healing sounds of the gong for relaxation and self-exploration. The cost is $20 in advance. For information, call Willow Marcotte at (813) 955-1262.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 Nov. 3, Nov. 4 and Nov. 5. Call the church office for times and reservations at (813) 949-7495. CAR SHOWThe inaugural Fields of Dreams Car Show will take place Nov. 4 and Nov. 5 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Florida Classic Park, 5360 Lockhart Road in Brooksville. There will be performance vehicles, a swap meet, car corral, arts and crafts vendors, live music, food and more. Admission is $5 per person. Children age 12 and younger are free. RV Parking/camping will be available for $45 per day, including water and electric. Proceeds will benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children. For information, visit Field of Dreams Car Show on Facebook.THE MARKET PLACEThe Market Place at Hibiscus Park will take place Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Seventh Street and Bougainvillea Avenue in Dade City. There will be music, produce, hot dogs, honey, home dcor, garden accessories, homemade soaps, and more, including goats. There also will be several new vendors. Pets can attend, as long as you have a bag for cleanup. For information, contact Lucy Avila at (352) 424-4972 or firstname.lastname@example.org.YARD SALE/FLEA MARKETThe Zephyrhills Lions Club, 5827 Dean Dairy Road, will host a combination yard sale/flea market Nov. 4 from 8 a.m. to noon. Vendors and the public are invited. Inside tables and outside spaces are available. For information, call (813) 788-1441.FREE CONCERTStraz LIVE! In the Park will take place Nov. 5 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Curtis Hixon Park. The free, live concert will feature familiar arias sung by the Opera Tampa Singers and favorite tunes performed by visiting Broadway artists. Guests can bring a picnic, but there will be food trucks available. There also will be chalk artists. Metropolitan Ministries will be on-site to accept nonperishable foo donations. For details, visit StrazCenter.org.LEARN TO KNITThe Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host Intro to Knitting Nov. 6 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., for ages 9 and older. The beginner-level class introduces the basics of knitting, and participants can create a small project to take home. A proper dress code, registration and signed liability waiver are required. To register, call (813) 929-1214.BOOK DISCUSSIONThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host the Hugh Embry Mystery Book Discussion Group Nov. 7 at 2 p.m., to talk about Razor Girl by Carl Hiaasen. New members can attend. For information, call (352) 567-3576.VETERANS CEREMONYThe Pasco County Government will recognize those who have served, both in military service and now in civilian life, with a Veterans Day Resolution & Recognition Ceremony Nov. 7 at 11:30 a.m., at the Pasco County Historic Courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., in Dade City, in the Board Room on the second floor. The public is invited to attend. Veterans can also take part in a group photo after the event. For information, call Don Stout at (727) 834-3282.PHOTOGRAPHY CLUBThe Land O Lakes Photography Club will meet Nov. 7 at 7 p.m., at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. The topic will be Night Photography and Painting with Light. All levels of photographers can attend. For information, visit LandOLakesPhotographyClub.com, or email LOLPhotoClub2017@gmail.com.ANIME CLUBThe Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host the Anime Club Nov. 7 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for ages 12 to 18. Participants can check out the latest anime and learn about Japanese culture. For information, call (813) 929-1214.HISTORICAL ASSOCIATIONThe Zephyrhills Historical Association will meet Nov. 7 at 5:30 p.m., at the Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St. There will be refreshments, including drinks, and food shared by members. For information, call (813) 780-0064.VETERANS APPRECIATIONThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host a Veterans Appreciation Day Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. There will be a presentation by The American Patriot Service Corp., on the topic of services available for veterans and their spouses. There also will be coffee and doughnuts. For information, call (813) 2643804.VOLUNTEER MEETINGThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a teen volunteer meeting Nov. 8 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., for tweens and teens to learn about volunteer opportunities at the library, and to help plan future events and activities. For information, call (352) 567-3576.CARROLLWOOD TOASTMASTERSThe Carrollwood Toastmasters will meet Fall book saleThe Friends of the Land O Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host a fall book sale, starting with a preview sale Nov. 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., with a $5 admission. The book sale will take place Nov. 3 and Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For information, call (813) 929-1214.Book bazaarThe Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a book bazaar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Nov. 3 and Nov. 4. There will be a diverse selection of books, audio and video media, magazines, and related materials. For information, call (352) 567-3576.Lutz book saleThe Friends of the Lutz Branch Library will host a book sale Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 101 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road. For information, call (813) 273-3652.
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For information, visit SeanBartellFoundation.org.LIONS CLUB BINGOThe Zephyrhills Lions Club, 5827 Dean Dairy Road, offer bingo on Tuesdays and Fridays at 6 p.m. For information, call (813) 788-1444.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.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. 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.
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COMMUNITY EVENTSThe Medical Center of Trinity will offer these upcoming community events at 9330 State Road 54: Â Chatterboxes: Nov. 2 and Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. Â Autism Support Group: Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. Â Compassionate Friends Support Group: Nov. 15 from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m. Â Lymphedema Support Group: Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. Â HuntingtonÂ’s Disease Support Group: Nov. 16 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For information or reservations, call (727) 834-5630.MEDICARE ASSISTANCEThe Land OÂ’ Lakes Library, 2818 Collier Parkway, will host a SHINE (serving health insurance needs of elders) volunteer Nov. 4 at 10 a.m., to prepare plan comparisons for individuals, on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants should bring a list of prescriptions. Medicare Open Enrollment ends Dec. 7. For information, call (813) 929-1214. BREAST-FEEDING CLASSSt. JosephÂ’s Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz, will offer a breast-feeding class Nov. 4 from 9 a.m. to noon, in Garden Classroom A. The class is for expectant moms and a support person. Topics will include latching and positioning, benefits of immediate skin-to-skin contact, newborn hunger signs, tips for returning to work, breast-feeding lifestyles and when to call a health care provider or lactation consultant for help. The cost is $25. To register, call (813) 443-2046.OAK HILL CEO TO SPEAKOak Hill Hospital CEO Mickey Smith will speak at the Special Olympics Florida Celebration of Athletes Nov. 5. The event will be at the Oak Hill Hospital Graduate Medical Education Center, 11307 Cortez Blvd., Weeki Wachee. The event runs from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., with the speakers beginning at 3 p.m. There also will be refreshments, athlete information and volunteer opportunities with Special Olympics. The Celebration of Athletes is in memory of Mark Swiconek, a long-time Special Olympics athlete and leader. For more information, please visit OakHillHospital.com/About/Newsroom.WELLNESS PRESENTATIONThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host a wellness presentation on Â“Protein for Healthy MusclesÂ” Nov. 6 at 11:30 a.m. For information, call (813) 264-3804.HEALTH SERVICES SUPPORTThe Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St., will host Premier Community Healthcare Nov. 7 from 9 a.m. to noon, for migrant workers, the homeless, minorities and the indigent. There will be information on health educational sessions and training to ensure continuity of care, education on insurance affordability programs, and Health Insurance Marketplace applications. For information, call (813) 780-0064.HEARING HEALTHThe Zephyrhills Public Library, 5347 Eighth St., will host a free breakfast Nov. 7 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., on the topic of hearing health. The guest speaker will be Dr. Lania Hodges. Preregister by calling (813) 780-0064.PREVENTING DIABETESFlorida Hospital Wesley Chapel will offer Â“Food & Fitness to Prevent DiabetesÂ” Nov. 7 at 6 p.m., in the Health & Wellness Center Classroom, second floor. Participants can learn how to reduce the risk of developing diabetes with healthy foods, physical activity and optimal body weight. Registration is required. For information, call (844) 504-9378, or visit FHWesleyChapel.org/Events.LIVING HEALTHY WORKSHOP Enrollment is open for the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program Â“Living HealthyÂ” 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 enProudly 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. Reut Bardach, MD, FACOG Jenny Buck, MD, FACOG Nay Hoche, MD Dr. Colon-Rivera earned her medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico. 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STUDENT TOY DRIVEPasco County Board of County Commissioners Chairman Mike Moore and the Pasco County District School Board will collect new toys for Pasco County children through its inaugural Holiday Toy Drive, from Nov. 1 to Nov. 27. All toys will be donated to students through Pasco County District Schools. Donations of new, unwrapped toys for children ages 5 to 13 can be dropped off at any of these locations: Â Pasco County Historic Courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., Dade City Â New River Branch Library, 34043 State Road 54 in Zephyrhills Â West Pasco Government Center, 8731 Citizens Drive in New Port Richey Several Pasco County community partners also will accept toy donations. For information, visit bit.ly/2gEK4lz.IB COMMUNITY INFO NIGHTSThe Land OÂ’ Lakes High School International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme will host three IB Community Information Nights for prospective applicants seeking ninth grade admission in the 2018-2019 school year. Parents and guardians of current eighth grade public, charter and private school students can attend to learn about the program. All sessions are from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Â Nov. 2, Land OÂ’ Lakes High School minitheater, 20325 Gator Lane, Land OÂ’ Lakes Â Nov. 7, Weightman Middle School, cafeteria, 30649 Wells Road, Wesley Chapel Â Nov. 14, Dr. John Long Middle School, cafeteria, 2025 Mansfield Blvd., Wesley Chapel For information, call Jeff Morgenstein at (813) 794-9429.BARBECUE FOR VETERANSVeterans Elementary School will have a barbecue to honor veterans Nov. 10, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. If you are a veteran or know a neighbor, community member, or family member who is, call (813) 346-1400 to RSVP by Nov. 3.AWARDS PROGRAM OFFEREDThe Prudential Spirit of Community Awards will grant two Florida recipients $1,000, a medallion and an all-expenses paid trip to Washington D.C. Students in grades five through 12 can apply for the awards, if they have made meaningful contributions to their communities within the past 12 months. The application is available at Spirit.Prudential.com and NASSP.org/spirit. The application deadline is Nov. 7.DRAMA CLUB BENEFITThe 1983 ZHS Alumni will host the Â“Back in TimeÂ” tour with magician Steve Marshall Nov. 7 at 7 p.m., in the Zephyrhills High School Activities Center. The event will benefit the schoolÂ’s Drama Club. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students, and free for children age 5 and younger. For information, call (813) 794-6100.HOLOCAUST SCHOLAR TO SPEAKVictoria Barnett, a scholar at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will present Â“Theologian against the Nazis: New Questions, New Findings about Dietrich BonhoefferÂ” Nov. 9 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at Saint Leo University, 33701 State Road 52 in St. Leo. Admission is free, and the public is invited. Parties of 15 people or more, and guests who need assistance, are asked to RSVP to Jennifer.email@example.com.STUDENTS LEAD FLORIDA IN INDEPENDENT READINGNew River Elementary school finished first in Florida and has been named Â“Best in the StateÂ” in the 2017 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge for recording 5,536,782 independent reading minutes from May 8 to Sep. 7. Besides coming in No. 1 in Florida, the school came in second for the nation. The school has shown consistent improvement in independent reading minutes. Last year, the schoolÂ’s students logged more than 2 million minutes, which earned it second place in Florida and a top 10 in the United States. New River hosted an on-campus student celebration on Oct. 6, where students were rewarded with Kona Ice. Scholastic plans to feature New River Elementary in their 2018 Book of World Records, and the school will be sent a plaque and celebration kit.PHSC COMMUNITY SEMINARPasco-Hernando State CollegeÂ’s Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch will host a community seminar Nov. 15 at 11 a.m., on Â“Driving Under the Influence Awareness,Â” at the schoolÂ’s conference center, Building B, Room 303, 2727 Mansfield Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. The seminar is open to students, teachers, staff and the community. SHORT STORY CONTESTThe third annual Stair Prize in Writing contest is open for Hillsborough County students in seventh and eighth grades. Students can submit a short story based on the theme Â“An Act of Kindness.Â” A $500 cash prize will be awarded to a single winner. The deadline for entry is Nov. 17. The prize winner will be notified Dec. 8 and awarded the prize Dec. 20. For information and details, visit HCPLC.org.MATH ENRICHMENT PROGRAMSSaint Leo University is offering students, parents and teachers two free educational programs to help middle-schoolers develop their confidence and enjoyment of mathematics. The two programs are: Â Math Circle, an afterschool activity for middle school students every Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m., in Lewis Hall, Room 131, under the direction of Professor Monika Kiss. The program features hands-on and fun activities. To arrange for a child to participate, or to get more information, email Dr. Kiss at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the words Math Circle in the subject line. Or, call Dr. Kiss at (352) 588-8836. Â Free entry for middle schools into the American Mathematics Competition at the Saint Leo University campus in November. The national competition, developed by the Mathematical Association of America, seeks to help young students develop positive attitudes about mathematics and analytical thinking by allowing them to apply their classroom learning to a 25-question, multiplechoice exam given in a friendly environment. Saint Leo is able to accommodate 30 students. The test will be given Nov. 14 at 5:45 p.m., in TECO Hall in the School of Business building. Students have 40 minutes to complete the test, and can learn more at MAA.org/math-competitions/amc-8. Late registration deadline is Nov. 7. To participate, parents must contact mathematics Professor Kiss in advance at email@example.com, and include the words AMC 8 in the subject line. Alternately, parents may call Dr. Kiss at (352) 588-8836. Saint Leo University is at 33701 State Road 52, St. Leo.MAGNET SCHOOLS EARN CERTIFICATIONSix Hillsborough County schools are among the first in the country to earn national certifications awarded by the Magnet Schools of America. The recognized programs are: Jefferson High School (College Preparatory Leadership Academies); Lee Elementary Magnet of World Studies and Technology; Middleton High School (Pre-Collegiate STEM Academy); Shore Elementary Magnet Center of the Arts; Sligh Middle Magnet for Medical Studies and Explorations; and, Stewart Middle Magnet for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The certificates were given after a ninemonth review of the schools, based on Magnet School Standards of Excellence and the five pillars of magnet schools: diversity; innovative curriculum and professional development; academic excellence; high-quality instructional systems; and, family and community partnerships. 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I always knew I had a connection with elderly people. My time here, in just a few weeks I realized that I loved it here. I loved the atmosphere. I loved talking with the patients. I thought, Hey, this is something I want to do., she said. I come in here and I talk with the patients a lot. I just feel like I fit in. Yes, it is very sad, when I come back the next week and there isnt a patient that I talked to, but I feel like I have a calling here. I can do the work here, so I need to be here, she said.She attended the conference in San Diego with her mom and her grandmother.Her grandmother is Carol Antrim, of Lutz. Her parents are Suzette Urban, the principals secretary at Sand Pine Elementary, and her dad, Joseph Urban, an electrical inspector for Pasco County. Urban lives with her parents in Land O Lakes. The young woman encourages anyone who has ever considered volunteering, to give it a try. 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The site is just off State Road 54, in a rapidly developing area in Land O Lakes. When youre here at Panera and RaceTrac, youre in the heart of suburbia. You go 200 yards up 20 Mile Level Road and youre in Old Florida. What we want to do is preserve this as Old Florida and use it as a community educational tool, Heller said. Theres also the possibility of using some of the schools land at that site for a first-rate aquatic swimming center, with an Olympic swimming pool, he said. Were looking at partnering with someone else. Other potential plans include work at the schools existing campuses. Theres talk of expanding the schools early childhood center. Moving the lower division would allow the school to increase its middle and high school enrollments. Other potential plans include adding a new robotics and technology center, adding a Maker Space and making other campus improvements, such as a quadrangle in front of McCormick Hall, Heller said. 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16A Its been nearly a decade since Tom Fisher last roamed the sidelines, but his name wont soon be forgotten at Zephyrhills High School. The schools Oct. 27 homecoming festivities added greater significance, when Zephyrhills Bulldog Stadium was formally renamed Tom Fisher Field. The dedication ceremony, held at midfield and attended by Fisher, drew dozens of former players and coaches, as well as the longtime coachs family members and friends. Thousands of Bulldogs faithful, were there, too in a show of respect for Fisher, who retired after the 2008 season, following 21 years as head coach. He is the football programs winningest coach (124-86), leading Bulldogs teams to eight playoff berths, four conference championships and three district titles; he also was a four-time conference coach of the year. Fisher, now 65, still attends several Zephyrhills games each year, sometimes wishing he was still donning a headset and calling plays. I miss it a lot, Fisher said, but, all these great kids that Ive coached over the years, for them to come back, I really appreciate it. Not one to wax poetic about his coaching career, Fisher said many of the 20 years all blend together. Working with the kids was great; footballs been my life, he said. As coach, Fisher influenced hundreds, if not thousands of lives. Among them is current Bulldogs coach Nick Carroll, who has guided the program to two consecutive eight-win seasons including Friday nights 62-0 romp of Hudson High School. Carroll was apart of Fishers 1996-1997 playoff team. He has vivid memories of that season. We had a lot of success; won a lot of football games. For us to get the first playoff win for him, it was a special moment for him, and for us, Carroll said. Fishers coaching demeanor isnt lost on Carroll, either. He was old-school, man, Carroll said. You didnt mess with coach Fisher. If his lip ever curled, he was mad. I didnt cause him no trouble, he added. Carroll noted several of his assistants, including B.J. Booker, Bryan Thomas and Troy Hochstetler, also played for Fisher at some point. They say great leaders develop great leaders, so theres four of us right there that have come back and kind of stepped in his role, and made a chance tonot build it but have success the first two years we came here to Zephyrhills. Reggie Roberts, who coached the Bulldogs from 2010 to 2015, was another former playerand team captain of Fishers.Roberts, now a captain with the Zephyrhills Police Department, recalls Fisher as a hard-nosed, no-nonsense coach. Those were the days when you didnt have water breaks every 30 minutes and we had to grind, Roberts said. Sometimes as we grow up, we always have people that mold us, and he was one of them, especially coming back here to coach, you bet that was the first phone call I made. But, Roberts also remembers Fisher for his acumen and attention to detail. Youre talking about somebody that studied game filmhe was a student of the game, Roberts said. I wish when I was coaching I could be half as good as he was watching video and actually coming up with a game plan. He was excellent at that. We may not have been as talented as a lot of people, but we played a lot better than a lot of people because we were prepared. Thats one thing I can say about him he got us prepared. The Pasco County School Board approved the field renaming in June, after the idea was presented by Zephyrhills school officials. Zephyrhills High School athletic director Bruce Cimorelli said it was about time Fisher received a real good sendoff. He deserves it quite a bit, Cimorelli said. Tom did a great job. He took a mentoring to the kids. He was a great person to work for, so its something thats well-deserved. 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The teamwhich stands 18-7 with a seven-game win streak, as of Oct. 24has been buoyed by the play of freshman outside hitter/right side hitter Camden Bitter and freshman libero Morgan Church. Bitter, who was awarded NJCAA/FCSAA Division II Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 16-22, sits 63rd in the nation in kills per set with 2.85 and 60th overall for total attacks at 786. Church, who was awarded NJCAA/FCSAA Division II Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 2-8, currently sits 38th overall in service errors with only 47, 39th overall in digs per set at 4.89, and 43rd overall in total digs with 450 on the season. COURTESY OF PASCO-HERNANDO STATE COLLEGE COURTESY OF PINE VIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL Another perfect season Tom Fisher: By the numbers 124 wins (most in school history) 86 losses Eight playoff appearances Four conference championships (1989, 1995, 1997, 2002) Four district titles (1995, 2002, 2006) Four Conference Coach of the Year awards (1989, 1994, 1995, 1997) COURTESY OF MELISSA CHAUMONT Shes got the chops DADE CITY NATIVE JOEY IVIE JOINS ATLANTA FALCONSDade City native and Pasco High School/Florida Gators product Joey Ivie was signed this month to the Atlanta Falcons practice squad, marking the second NFL team hes been with since he was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Though drafted, the 6-foot-3, 295-pound defensive tackle didnt earn a roster spot with Dallas out of training camp in September. On the Falcons 10-member practice squad, Ivie can earn a minimum of $7,200 per week during the regular season and postseason with no cap on the amount he can actually receive, per the NFLs current Collective Bargaining Agreement. Before starring at Florida, Ivie shined as a multisport athlete at Pasco High, where he graduated in 2013. The Pirates football team went a combined 36-3 and captured three district titles in the three seasons Ivie spent on varsity. PHSC MENS BASKETBALL STARTS NOV. 1The Pasco-Hernando State College mens basketball team opens the 2017-2018 regular season on Nov. 1, with a home game against local rival Hillsborough Community College. Tip-off is at 7 p.m., on PHSCs West Campus in New Port Richey, 10230 Ridge Road. The Bobcats are looking to improve on last seasons 12-14 mark, with several impact players on this years roster, including Wesley Chapels Theaplais Williams, a 6-foot7-freshman center with a knack for rebounding. We have an impressive group of athletes who have the potential to be great, PHSC basketball coach Michael Jones said, in a release.The program is just two years removed from a 17-10 record, which included a top-eight finish at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region 10 tournament.The state college is a member of the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) and the NJCAA. PHSC BASKETBALL HOME SCHEDULE: Nov. 1:Hillsborough Community College (7 p.m.)Nov. 4: Florida State College of Jacksonville (4 p.m.)Nov. 13:Johnson (Tennessee) University(7 p.m.)Nov. 28:St. Petersburg College (7 p.m.)Dec. 5:State College of Florida (7 p.m.)Dec. 6:Trinity College (7 p.m.)Jan. 12: Oxford College of Emory (Georgia) University (7 p.m.)Jan. 16:Florida College JV (7 p.m.)Jan. 18:Trinity College (7 p.m.)Jan. 29: Santa Fe College (7 p.m.)Feb. 11: Ave Maria University JV (noon)
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He outlined the history of Tampas Jewish population, the economic role of Jewish-owned businesses and the role of Jewish residents in politics, during an hourlong interactive discussion that drew dozens of attendees. Tampas first documented Jewish settler is Emaline Quentz Miley, who arrived in 1844 via South Carolina. Miley and her husband, Bill, settled in the Odessa area, Zeilonka said. Interestingly, they are believed to have planted Hillsborough Countys first citrus trees. More Jews, mainly of Eastern European descent, began immigrating to Tampa during the American Civil War, as the Florida frontier became attractive to merchants and businessman. Many operated produce businesses, dry goods stores, oyster bars and lumber mills. It led to Jews entering public service in Hillsborough County, beginning in 1871 with Charles Slager and Isidore Blumenthal. Slager was first appointed as postmaster of Tampa. He later served as Hillsborough Countys sheriff and tax collector, and as a school board member. Blumenthal, meanwhile, was appointed to the Hillsborough County Commission. Many Jewish businesses had closed by the mid-1870s due to the presence of a yellow fever epidemic, Zielonka said. Other factors were to blame, too, he said, including the Franco-Prussian War preventing the export of Cedar, and the cattle industry swelling in Fort Meade instead of Tampa.The 1870s were a real era of problems, Zielonka said. It wasnt long until Jewish immigration picked up again, however. Discoveries of phosphate reserves, a railroad system and cigar factories brought Jewish merchants back to Tampa in the 1880s, Zielonka explained. It opened up the community to tourism, to trade, to every type of commerce you can imagine. It really began the explosion of Tampa as a city, Zielonka said. It provided a lot of good opportunities for Jewish businessman to come in, and they came from all over, either directly of European immigrants or children of European immigrants. Two of the most successful merchants were Abe and Issac Maas. In 1886, they founded Maas Brothers department store. It grew from a small 23-by-90-foot store to a chain of 39 stores across Florida. The Maas Brothers brand went defunct in 1991 when it was merged into the Burdines department store chain, which later rebranded as Macys. By 1890, there were more than 20 Jewish families living in Tampa. That spurred the formation of the citys first synagogue in 1894, Congregation Shaarai Zedek, which means Gates of Righteousness. The first standalone building, built in 1899, was located at 1209 N. Florida Ave. The congregation steered the formation of Tampas first Jewish social organization, first Jewish womens organization and first Jewish cemetery. What do we do best? We organize. And, it was time to organize, Zielonka said of Tampas Jewish community in the 1890s. The early 1900s were also noteworthy for Tampas Jewish community. A second synagogue, Congregation Rodeph Sholom, was founded in 1902. The citys first Jewish day school The Hebrew School was formed in 1915. The school shut down in 1917 after falling behind on mortgage payments, however. And, the citys first Jewish newspaper, Florida Jewish Weekly, was founded in 1924. It was the first of many Jewish newspapers formed over the years in Tampa. Zielonka pointed out that Jews were very prominent in Ybor City around this timeframe. He said than 80 Jewish stores and buildings sprouted up in Ybor City during the first half of the 20th century. They were very common, all over the place. Max Argintar Menswear was the last Jewish business to survive in Ybor. It opened in 1908 and closed in 2004. Fast-forward to the World War II period. Hundreds of Jewish soldiers came to Tampa throughout the war, being stationed at one of the citys three air force bases MacDill, Henderson Field and Drew Field. Moreover, 39 of the 65 families at Shaarai Zedek had someone who served in the war. The congregation frequently sponsored Passover Seders at the old Hillsborough Hotel, an effort to support Jewish troops. The Jewish community embraced their soldiers that were here, and those that also served in the war, Zielonka said.Following the war, many Jewish servicemen settled in Tampa and established families, further strengthening the community.The timeframe also marked the early days of Tampa Jews becoming influential political figures. Zielonka mentioned Judge Harry N. Sandler, who was speaker of the Florida House of Representatives from 1932 to 1935. Sandler is responsible for many laws related to workers compensation. The speaker noted several Jewish women, too, later became pioneers for their gender in the political realm. Cecile Waterman Essrig was the first Jewish woman elected to political office in Hillsborough County, becoming a school board member in 1967. Helen Gordon Davis was another, becoming the first Jewish Hillsborough County woman elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 1974. She also served in the Florida Senate. Sandy Freedman was the first Jewish woman elected as Mayor of Tampa, in 1986. Meanwhile, the Jewish community has seen other developments within the last 40 years. The TOP (Tampa, Orlando, Pinellas) Jewish Foundation was formed in 1980. The Jewish Press of Tampa was formed in 1988. The popular paper, started by Jim and Karen Dawkins, still publishes today. The Hillel Academy, which formed in 1970 at Rodeph Sholom, relocated to a 10acre campus on Fletcher Avenue in 1992. The Weinberg Village Assisted Living Facility, too, was established in 1995, in Citrus Park. The Jewish community most recently celebrated the opening of the Bryan Glazer Family JCC in December 2016. Located at the site of the historic Fort Homer W. Hesterly Armory building on North Howard Avenue, it now totals more than 4,400 members. Its a busy place, Zielonka said. The turn of the 21st century saw more Jewish families moving to south Tampa, creating a need for another Jewish Community Center, he explained. The demographics of Tampa are very different than they were 20 years ago, Zielonka said. The Jewish community is 50 percent in the south and growing. New people moving to town want to live in south Tampa because its close to where the action is. Exploring Tampas Jewish historyCOURTESY OF TAMPA BAY HISTORY CENTER
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For reservations, call (813) 240-9321.DACHSHUND FUNDRAISERDox-a-Pa looza 2017, the 12th annual fundraiser for Dachshund Adoption Rescue and Education (DARE), will take place Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., rain or shine, at the Sun-n-Fun Pavilion, 4175 Medulla Road in Lakeland.Events will include a pet costume contest, blessing of the animals from 10 a.m. to noon, wiener dog races, a lick-a-lot contest, auctions, a Dachshund king and queen coronation, and more. Food and drinks will be available at concessions. There also will be free beer and wine tastings (donations will be accepted). Limited edition candles, as well as apparel, and other dachshund and dog-related items will be available to purchase. Admission is free. Parking is $5. For information, visit DoxaPalooza.com.CAT ADOPTION SPECIALSCat Crusaders, in the New Tampa PetSmart, 6248 Commerce Palms Blvd., will host a PetSmart Charities National Pet Adoption Weekend Nov. 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Nov. 12 from noon to 3 p.m. Kitten and cat adoptions fees for both days will be: Two kittens for $75; one kitten for $60; adult cats older than 1 year for $25; and a mother cat and kitten for $35. The adoption specials do not apply to exotic breeds. All cats and kittens are test for FIV/FeLV, current on vaccines, spayed/neutered and microchipped. For more information, please visit TampaCatCrusaders.org. 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 OÂ’ Lakes, may be able to help, according to the departmentÂ’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.ADOPTION FEES WAIVEDThe Citrus County Animal Shelter is over capacity, and dogs continue to come into the shelter on a daily basis. In an effort to clear out the kennels and make room for more dogs, the shelter is waiving adoption fees until further notice on all dogs that are currently available for adoption. The recently seized dogs are not available for adoption at this time.Citrus County residents, however, will be required to pay $10 for a county registration tag.For information, visit CitrusCritters.com.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. 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COURTESY OF SAMANTHA TAYLOR FITNESSBags of dog food were donated to the local Tampa Bay Humane Society by Amy Singletary and Jessica Allen Warren, on behalf of Samantha Taylor Fitness.
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