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Pasco Astronomers was established in 2003 by Joe Colontonio and Tom Wade, after a few county park officials requested some astronomy-related activities. Since then, the club has sought to promote science and astronomy through public outreach programs, by providing telescopes and general space knowledge. Â“ItÂ’s kind of nice to have people look through your telescope, and see the awe and the wonder that they experience,Â” said Wade, a retired pastor who studied astronomy at the University of South Florida. Â“The first time they see things up close Â— the craters of the moon, the rings of Saturn Â—Local astronomy club promotes stargazingSee STARGAZING, page15A KEVIN WEISSPasco Astronomers club member Carl Wight, right, assists Greg Shimp with properly setting up a telescope. Voters head out to polls in FloridaÂ’s primary electionBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comVoters will be heading to the polls on Aug. 28 in FloridaÂ’s primary election. Statewide, voters will decide who will represent the Democrats and who will represent the Republicans in a number of seats, including the race for governor. On the local front, voters will cast their ballots for districts one, three and five of the Pasco County School Board. The winner of those school board races could be decided, if a candidate secures more than 50 percent of the vote. Otherwise, the winner will be selected in the Nov. 6 general election. Voters also will be choosing judges and selecting candidates in a number of primary races. Polls are open on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. See ELECTION, page15A CHRISTINE HOLTZMAN SchoolÂ’s back in session A new academic year has begun and the students at Sanders Memorial School, a STEAM Magnet School, at 5126 School Road in Land O Â Lakes, seemed eager to get back to learning. Kids streamed out of buses and up the sidewalks, as they made their way to start t he 20182019 school year. Above, Kelly Edwards, assistant principal at Sanders Memorial Elementary, greets children as they step off ye llow buses and head off to classes. It was only Day 2 of school, and the children seemed to have a good handle on the routine, Edwards sai d. Hector Coln spends a few minutes with his children before they head off to class at Sanders Memorial Elementary School. Five-year-old Simeon, left, is in kindergarten, and 9-year-old Naomi is in fourth grade.Steve LaVare, an armed school safety guard, monitors the parking lot area as parents are dropping off their kids on the second day of school. LaVare, a retired police captain from upstate New York, is one of the new armed guards the school district hired to comply with a new state law in response to the Valentine DayÂs shooting spree at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.By B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comHillsborough County has filed a lawsuit in the 13th judicial circuit court in Hillsborough County against 14 manufacturers and distributors alleging they have played a role in the opioid epidemic in the county. The county has hired a national team of lawyers to represent them in the lawsuit, with attorney Mike Moore as the lead litigant. Moore, a former Mississippi attorney general, is now handling a number of similar suits on behalf of local and state governments nationwide. The list of defendants in the countyÂ’s lawsuit includes Purdue Pharma, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries, McKesson Corporation, CVS Health Corporation, Walgreens and nine others. At a news conference announcing the lawsuit, Hillsborough County Commission Chairwoman Sandra Murman said, Â“Today is an important day, but today is just like every day in Hillsborough County. ThereÂ’s a baby being born thatÂ’s substance exposed because the mother was on drugs. We have many children every single day being removed from their homes, put in foster care because their parents are substance exposed and addicts. Â“We have young people every day that are dying of opioid overdose,Â” Murman said. The countyÂ’s lawsuit Â“alleges that manufacturers of these drugs misrepresented theSee OPIOID, page15A Hillsborough files Â‘opioidÂ’ lawsuit
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Football tailgaters dont need to fret that the barbecue ribs, chicken, hot dogs and burgers served up from the back of their trucks will be governed by the new ordinance. It doesnt regulate folks doing private tailgating, said Denise Hernandez, the countys zoning administrator. This is for public consumption (of food) being sold to the public. The history of food trucks dates back centuries to when street vendors sold their wares from pushcarts. Charles Goodnight gets credit for the first chuck wagon that trailed along with cowboys during cattle drives in the West in the mid-1800s. The more recent food truck fad started several years ago, and has become a permanent feature of the food industry. Operating hours for food trucks generally would be from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. However, a location abutting residential would be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Food trucks would not be able to park overnight. 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August 22, 20183A COURTESY OF THE FRISCO FAMILYBaylor Frisco, wearing a gray shirt, on his first day of his senior year at Sunlake High School, along with his brother, Cannon, who is in his freshman year at the school, located in Land O Lakes. COURTESY OF GEORGE O CONNORJulia O Connor on the first day of school. She is a first-grader at Sand Pine Elementary School, in Wesley Chapel. COURTESY OF AMANDA PERKINSLiam Perkins, of Zephyrhills, on his first day as a sixth-grader at Stewart Middle School. COURTESY OF BETSY MURDOCKKate Murdock has her photo taken near the sign at Learning Gate Community School, in Lutz, on the first day of the 2018-2019 school year. COURTESY OF ROWENA MENDOZAThirteen-year-old Colin Mendoza and 10year-old Kayla Mendoza on the first day of school. Colin is in eighth grade at John Long Middle School and Kayla is in fifth grade at Seven Oaks Elementary School. Both schools are in Wesley Chapel. COURTESY OF SARAH CROWDERNathan Crowder and his little sister, Delanie Hadley, give each other encouragement as they head to fourth grade and kindergarten, respectively, at Sanders Memorial Elementary School in Land O Lakes.Annual school photos capture moment in timeBy B.C. ManionThose annual photos that parents, grandparents and friends take on the First Day of School are a fun way to mark the beginning of a new year of learning. They also offer a way to record changes in height, hair styles and fashions, over time. Taking a First Day of School photo is a tradition for many families and, as the years roll by, they become miniature time capsules offering a visual reminder of the children that were, and the young adults theyve become. Thanks, to our readers, who shared their First Day of School photos with us. COURTESY OF KIMBERLY CHAPMANNicholas Chapman heads to his first day of third grade at Sanders Memorial Elementary School in Land O Lakes. 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For information, email email@example.com.DOMINOES TOURNAMENTThe Lutz Senior Center, 112 First Ave., N.W., will host a Dominoes Tournament Aug. 24 at 10 a.m., for those that want to prepare for the countywide tournament. For information, call (813) 264-3804.FREE FAMILY MOVIEUniversity Area CDC will host a free family movie night Aug. 24 at the University Area Community Center, 14013 N. 22nd St., in Tampa. The movie will be Disneys A Wrinkle in Time. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the movie starts at 6:30 p.m. Drinks and popcorn will be free. Additional food will be available for purchase. There also will be prizes. Kids age 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The event is co-sponsored by New Tampa Players, and Safe and Sound Hillsborough. 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For information, call Barbara Barkhurst at (813) 949-7467, or visit TampaOrchidClub.shutterfly.com.BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERSBig Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay will meet Aug. 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Wesley Chapel Honda, 27750 Wesley Chapel Blvd. Anyone interested in becoming a mentor/volunteer can attend. For information, contact Deb Kirstol-Irwin at (813) 997-6881 or DebK@bbbstampabay.org.GOODWILL OFFERDrop off clothing or household items at any Goodwill Industries-Suncoast donation site and receive a coupon good for up to two free childrens tickets to Dinosaur World, one for each paid adult admission. Goodwill shoppers who round up their purchases to the nearest dollar will also get a coupon. The Dinosaur World BOGO coupons will be distributed through August, while supplies last, and can be redeemed through Oct. 31. For store locations and attended donation sites, visit Goodwill-suncoast.org.COMEDY/DRAMAThe East Lake Fire Rescue & Fall Prevention Coalition of BLS will sponsor the comedy/drama Denying Gravity Sept. 1 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 1555 Windmill Pointe Road in Palm Harbor. The play follows a woman trying to live life on her own terms, letting the chips and hips fall where they may. Admission is free, although reservations are requested. Online tickets can be found at DenyingGravity.Eventbrite.com. Walk-ins are welcome. For information, call Senior Actors Guild & Education Services at (727) 536-7076.GARDEN CLUBThe Orange Blossom Garden Club of Lutz will meet Sept. 5 at 9:40 a.m., at the Lutz Civic Center, 98 First Ave., N.W. The guest speaker will be from Hollies Farm & Garden in Lutz on the topic of new fall plants and how to care for them. Members should bring a canned good for the food bank and a plant/cutting for the plant exchange. Newcomers are welcome. For information, call (813) 949-1301.GARAGE SALE FUNDRAISERThe Forest Hills Presbyterian Church crafters will host a garage sale Sept. 14 and Sept. 15 from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at 3320 Schefflera Road. The money raised will help purchase materials for the groups annual holiday bazaar, set for Oct. 20 at the church, 709 W. Linebaugh Ave. The proceeds from the bazaar will be returned to the community with grants to nonprofit organizations. For information, call (813) 932-6149.BOOK BAZAARThe Friends of the Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will have a book bazaar Sept. 14 and Sept. 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be a diverse selection of books, audio and video media, magazines and other related materials, most for a modest price. For information, call Glen Thompson at (352) 567-7449 or email Bookbollard@icloud.comCHAIR PLANTER DEMOLifes Treasures Thrift Store, 4910 S. Allen Road in the Westgate Shopping Center, Zephyrhills, will offer a free DIY chair planter demonstration Sept. 15 at 11 a.m. Guests can learn how to transform an old, worn-out chair into an upcycled garden decoration. Those interested can sign up for the workshop at the store or online at ChaptersHealth.org/calendar-chaptershealth. For information, call the store at (813) 355-4830. Fresh MarketThe Fresh Market at Wiregrass, at The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel, takes place the first and third Saturdays of the month, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., through October. The next market is Sept. 1. The event features more than 50 vendors, including locally grown produce, plants, herbs and flowers, and locally made take-home foods, such as jams, jellies, salsa, dips, seasonings, sauces and oils. There also will be local artists showcasing eco-friendly products. For information, visit TampaBayMarkets.com.The Market PlaceThe Market Place at Hibiscus Park in Dade City, Seventh Street and Bougainvillea Avenue, will open Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and every first Saturday of each month through May 2019. There will be a variety of vendors and entertainment. The event is free and pet-friendly.
August 22, 2018 A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION IN THE LAKER/LUTZ NEWS Â€ 813-909-2800 Â€ LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM ThereÂ’s no place like in PASCO & NORTH HILLSBOROUGH A sturia, a new home community in Odessa, stands out among other planned developments along State Road 54 in Pasco County because of its uniquely smaller size. At build out in the next few years, Asturia will be a community of just 670 homes, while nearby master-planned communities have between 1,500 and 6,500 homes planned over several years of construction. Â“Asturia feels more like a neighborhood than a sprawling community,Â” said Lane Gardner, managing director for Hines, AsturiaÂ’s developer that is based in Jacksonville. Â“Our nature trails, pocket parks, first-class amenities and community events encourage residents to get to know their neighbors,Â” he continued. Â“Families choose Asturia because it is a friendly, walkable community that promotes a healthy, active lifestyle.Â” AsturiaÂ’s builders offer a variety of home sizes and prices, making it ideal for families looking to buy their first home, and for growing families with school-age children that need larger homes. The community also attracts empty-nesters and seasonal residents who are downsizing to a smaller home, and want the latest in technological upgrades and energy efficiencies. Asturia also stands out because its developer sponsors community events almost monthly to provide opportunities for residents to get to know their neighbors, and non-residents to see what it would be like to live in Asturia. Recent events include a 4th of July Pool Party, Hawaiian Spring Luau, and Dog Day Afternoon for people and their four-legged friends. Since Asturia opened in February 2016, over 200 homes have been sold in its first two phases. Hines is launching a third phase later this year, which will add townhomes for the first time to its mix of homes. Ryan Homes, one of the nationÂ’s oldest builders with communities in 14 states, is building the townhomes, which feature garages in the rear of the home. Townhomes will sell in the mid $200,000s, and are being constructed near the front of the community, walkable to AsturiaÂ’s Amenity Center. Later in Phase 3, Ryan Homes will also build traditional single-family homes. Â“WeÂ’re looking at townhome models opening toward the end of the year, or early in 2019,Â” said Gardner. Â“We are very pleased that Ryan Homes has joined us as a builder in Asturia, complementing our longtime builders Â— David Weekley Homes, Ashton Woods and ICI Homes.Â” While infrastructure work is underway in Phase 3, home construction continues in AsturiaÂ’s Phase 2, which is tucked against pristine conservation and cypress-lined wetlands. Â“All of our Phase 2 home sites offer privacy and peaceful, quiet surroundings,Â” said Gardner. Â“Some of the prettiest and most private lots in the community are still available.Â” AWARD WINNING AMENITY CENTER AsturiaÂ’s distinctive, 5,800-squarefoot Amenity Center and Clubhouse has earned the prestigious Silver Aurora Award for the Best Recreational Facility from the Southeast Building Conference, as well as Best Mixed-Use Community of the Year. This contemporary-design Amenity Center includes a fully equipped, modern clubhouse; covered outdoor dining areas; a luxurious, beach-entry, resort-style swimming pool; and an expansive event lawn for outdoor games. In the playground areas, there is a Kompan climbing dome, swings, slides, and spinners for youngsters to explore and enjoy.Make Asturia your new home by visiting its models, registering at the communityÂ’s website, AsturiaFlorida.com, or by calling (813) 227-4148. Townhomes Coming SoonBUILDER RYAN HOMES Â Open concept floor plans Â 1,600 to 1,700 square feet Â Rear-load, 2-car garages Â From the mid $200s Â Tentative opening Â– late 2018 Â Low maintenance, hassle-free livingRegister for VIP List at RyanHomes.com(813) 501-6225 for more information AsturiaÂ’s Uniquely Smaller SizeMore of a neighborhood than a sprawling development
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T he last thing your family wants to deal with during the hot summer months is your homes A/C unit going on the blink.And, the best way to prevent that from happening is to have a maintenance plan with a reputable HVAC company, and to be aware when you're units warranty will expire. Your A/C should receive regular maintenance every six to 12 months to prevent an emergency situation, said Dana Spears, president of Cornerstone Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electrical in Land O Lakes. Maintaining your A/C is much like taking your vehicle in for regular oil changes and service updates. If you don't service your vehicle, you are looking for trouble. And, if you are not doing regular maintenance on your A/C system, when you have problems, it will likely be during the hottest times of the year when your unit is working its hardest, said Spears. A well-maintained A/C system should continue to operate through the end of its warranty period. However, as a system gets older, it loses much of its efficiencies and begins to show its age with inconsistent hot and cold pockets, and excessive noise. In many cases, Cornerstones technicians recommend replacing a system when the warranty expiration is nearing its end to avoid inevitable mechanical problems, and also to take advantage of new technology that makes A/C systems much more energy efficient. Often times, we find that the saving on a customers power bill is so significant because of the energy efficiencies of a new A/C unit, that it is more cost effective to replace a unit, than to repair it, Spears said. Plus, once you begin to replace parts on an older system, repairs often add up, and its better to put this money into a new system, said continued. Many owners of newer homes are surprised to learn that the warranty on their builder-grade air conditioning system on their newly built home is only five or six years, and are unprepared for the expense when their out-of-warranty A/C needs to be repaired or replaced. There are thousands of homes in this area that have been built in the last 10 years, and many homeowners are not aware that their A/C is out of warranty, said Spears. It is much better to be proactive and look into replacing you're A/C system before it goes down, then waiting until you are in an emergency situation. The new Daiken A/C systems installed by Cornerstone are of much better quality than builder-grade units, and come with 10 to12 year warranties. For most homes, the cost for a new HVAC system is between $5,500 and $12,000, depending on the units seer rating and type of technology the system offers to achieve higher energy efficient levels. The higher the seer rating, the more expensive the unit because it uses two-stage or inverter technology and slow speeds, Spears explains. But, a higher seer rating is more energy efficiency and can save a family hundreds to thousands of dollars a year on their power bill. Spears goes on to explain that a homes air conditioning system typically accounts for 50 percent of its power bill. For many families, it makes sense to go with a higher seer-rated unit because it will pay for itself within a few years. Plus, a higher quality system operates more quietly, and comes with a 12-year warranty, instead of the standard 10 years, said Spears. One of the biggest worries homeowners have when their old A/C unit starts having problems is the cost of repairs that keep adding up. It may be smarter to replace an old A/C unit, than it is to keep repairing it, which is also frustrating, time consuming and means your family will be without air conditioning for several hours to several days, said Spears. To help families afford a new A/C system, Cornerstone offers third party financing. Options include 18month terms with 0 percent interest, and payments for as little as $60 a month on financing with 60-month terms. If your A/C system is at the end of its warranty period, give us a call. We have a large selection of equipment in stock, and there are some excellent rebates being offered by our manufacturers that will save you hundreds of dollars, said Spears. And remember, Spears adds, that your A/C is a home appliance, just like your refrigerator. All appliances have a life span and dont last forever. Cornerstone was founded in 2006 as an air conditioning service company. It moved to its 4-acre site on Land O Lakes Boulevard in 2011, and the following year added plumbing services. In 2014, it expanded again with electrical services. Spears credits her companys growth to its commitment to outstanding customer service, and also because its employees exemplify her companys values. We hire people who are genuine, honest, trustworthy, clean-cut, and live their life with good ethics and morals, said Spears. Most employees are local people who live in our service area, and they are very committed to their work and community.Cornerstone phones are answered 24/7, and technicians are available around the clock, including weekends and holidays. Call (813) 990-0561 anytime, day or night. For more information, visit their website at CornerstonePros.com. 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S E M O H N W TO E V R E S E R P E R O H S E K LA Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ Â€ 5 2 6 3 3 L F a p m Ta T I ON AT CO MM U NITY L OCA Â€ $200s d i m e th m fro s nhome w o Learn More or Schedule Your VIP A o T T Lutz, FL 33558 COMMUNITY LOCATION $200s d i m e th m fro s nhome w o T Â€ Â€ A ppointment, Call 8 August 22, 2018 A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION IN THE LAKER/LUTZ NEWS Â€ 813-909-2800 Â€ LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM M attamy Homes is launching its second townhome community in north Tampa Â— Lakeview at Citrus Park. The community is opening soon at an idyllic location overlooking Gant Lake at the end of Tom Fuller Road, located just south of Ehrlich Road and east of the Veterans Expressway. VIP-only presales are taking place this weekend, Aug. 24 to Aug. 26, with sales opening to the general public on Saturday, Sept. 1. To qualify for VIP presales, register at MattamyHomes.com/Tampa. VIP benefits include first selection of homes, VIP pricing and other incentives. Â“This is one of the prettiest and most convenient locations in the north Tampa area,Â” said Kathleen Dec, marketing manager for MattamyÂ’s West Florida Division. Â“Our homeowners will enjoy living less than two miles from Westfield Citrus Park Mall, and will appreciate the easy access to Tampa via the Veterans Expressway. Plus, Tampa International Airport is only 12 miles from the community.Â” In addition to its great location, this gated community will boast a community pier with resident access to Gant Lake for fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding, and also a childrenÂ’s playground. Upon completion, Lakeview at Citrus Park will have 124 townhomes. Buyers will choose from five floor plans that are similar to the popular plans sold at Mattamy HomesÂ’ Lakeside Preserve community in Lutz. Home sizes will range from 1,670 to 2,620 square feet, and offer 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3 baths, and 1or 2-car garages. Pricing begins from the mid $200,000s.To learn more about Lakeview at Citrus Park, call Melanie Sikorski at (813) 278-1760, or email Sikorski.MelanieK@mattamycorp.com, or visit MattamyHomes.com. LAST CHANCE FOR LAKESHORE PRESERVE In less than a year, the Mattamy Homes community of Lakeshore Preserve in Lutz has sold 80 percent of its townhomes in the 102-home community, located on Van Dyke Road and Lakeshore Road, just west of Dale Mabry Highway. Â“WeÂ’re down to our last 20 homes, and expect all to sell by the end of the year,Â” said Marketing Manager Dec. Â“Lakeshore Preserve has sold very well in the year since we opened because of its great location and unique floor plans that optimize living spaces to fit an array of buyersÂ’ needs.Â” Lakeshore Preserve has two contemporary townhome designs still available that offer 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and 1or 2-car garages. Townhomes are larger than many single-family homes, ranging from 1,888 to 2,333 square feet. Prices start in the mid $200,000s. The community is less than two miles from the Veterans Expressway and Dale Mabry Highway, and close to shopping and dining in Carrollwood, Land OÂ’ Lakes and Wesley Chapel. Â“Plus, our kids attend some of the best schools in all of Hillsborough County, which is a huge draw for many of our residents,Â” said Dec. Lakeshore Preserve students are zoned to Steinbrenner High, Martinez Middle and Schwarzkopf Elementary, all located less than three miles away on Lutz Lake Fern Road. Charter school Sunlake Academy of Math and Science is less than a mile away. This gated community offers a beautiful amenity center, which includes a large resortstyle pool, outdoor area equipped with a covered cabana and breeze fans, outdoor kitchen, hammocks, shaded seating areas and game area. To learn more about Lakeshore Preserve, call Melanie Sikorski at (813) 370-1254, or email Sikorski.MelanieK@mattamycorp.com, or visit MattamyHomes.com.Mattamy Homes is the largest privately owned homebuilder in North America, with a nearly 40-year history of operations across the United States and Canada. Every year, Mattamy helps 7,000 families realize their dream of home ownership. Visit MattamyHomes.com for more information.Lakeview At Citrus Park Has Park-Like Setting And Superb LocationNext to the Veterans and just minutes to Carrollwood
F irst responders are a tight-knit group. Its that feeling of camaraderie that attracted Liam Symmonds, a firefighter and paramedic in Pasco County, to the Bexley community in Land O Lakes. Liam, his wife, Keisha and their three young daughters moved to Bexley last year from Trinity. Turns out, Liam is in good company, because Bexley is home to about a dozen first responders who work throughout Tampa Bay. Since moving to their new neighborhood, Liam learned that two of his co-workers also live in Bexley; one of them just a few doors down from the Symmonds family. Liam was so impressed with his homebuying experience at Bexley, and with all the community has to offer, that he encouraged another friend and first responder who works in Tampa to make the move to Bexley. Ive also met several other firefighters and police officers around the community, either at neighborhood events or at the pool, Liam said. For the Symmonds, Bexley is an idyllic place to raise a young family. Bexley has a great vibe, he added. We love all of the amenities, the parks and the events that are held within the community. Its so much more than just a regular neighborhood. Bexley takes its inspiration from nature. With 1,825 acres of pastoral ranch lands, mature woodlands and cypress wetlands, Bexley offers miles of multi-surface Avid trails for biking, jogging or walking. Fit Stations are placed along the trails for exercisers who want to work out while enjoying the great outdoor scenery, or take their workout regimen to the next level. Around the community, kids spend hours on the custombuilt playgrounds; sports lovers of all ages enjoy Mud, Sweat and Gears Park for soccer or football games; and Bexleys BMX bicycle pump track lets daredevils try out new tricks. Theres even the BarkYard Park for four-legged family members, with separate spaces for big and small dogs. As a volunteer soccer coach, Liam also appreciates living so close to Mud, Sweat & Gears park, where he can kick the ball around with his daughters, ages 11, 8 and 5. The fact that his girls can walk or ride their bikes to nearby Bexley Elementary School, located within the community, is also a convenience for Liam and his wife. Plus, Liam has a short, 3-mile commute to work. The first responders who live in Bexley bring a great sense of fellowship to the community, said Pam Parisi, vice president of marketing for Newland Communities, the developer of Bexley. As we prepared for Hurricane Irma, many of the first responders were there to lend a helping hand to their neighbors by putting up storm shutters and making sure families were ready. Bexley is a place where neighbors look out for each other, added Liam. You just dont find that everywhere. Located in Land OLakes in central Pasco County, north of State Road 54 and just east of the Suncoast Parkway, Bexley is in a prime location that is convenient to many areas of Tampa Bay. The communitys 1,825 acres of pastoral ranch lands, mature woodlands and cypress wetlands have earned it numerous awards, including best master-planned community and best recreational facility from the Southeast Building Conference, and a Best in American Living Award for best single-family community from the National Association of Home Builders. 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Weve had tremendous success in Asturia, selling over 100 beautiful homes in this much-desired community on State Road 54, said Sales Manager Kristin Wilson. We have just 45 homes to go, and expect all to be gone by the end of the year, with many families closing before the holidays. Because most families want to move into their new home by the end of the year, Ashton Woods has received permits from Pasco County for its remaining homes sites in Asturia This saves our buyers up to three months in the building process, said Jillian Harris, Ashton Woods community sales manager in Asturia, a master-planned community in Odessa. Our designers have put together beautiful combinations of flooring, countertops, design features and colors that will excite the vast majority of buyers, she said. Plus, we have a great combination of homes that convert flex space to extra bedrooms, add bonus rooms and extra baths, and have great outdoor living areas with front porches and extended lanais. While construction is underway on many homes, Ashton Woods buyers are still able to select flooring, countertops, cabinets and other nonstructural customizations on several homes that will be completed in November and December. We are known for our affordable personalization at the Design Studio, and families who want to pick out their finishes and colors are reserving these homes right now, said Harris. INVENTORY HOMES Ashton Woods offers traditional oneand two-story homes in its traditional home series. All feature open floor plans, large living areas, beautiful master suites, high-end finishes and lots of storage. Homes have two or three-car garages, and many back up to private conservation lots. SPACIOUS CLASSIC SERIES Six traditional inventory homes are ready now in the Classic series, including two, onestory homes. The versatile Odessa plan has three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths in 2,243 square feet. The larger Naples plan offers four bedrooms, three baths in 2,321 square feet. Also ready now are three, two-story homes with two-car garages, including the Ferrara model home at 2,890 square feet with its four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. The 3,362-square-foot Athens is the largest home Ashton Woods builds in Asturia, and boasts up to five bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths. AFFORDABLE HERITAGE SERIES Many first-time homebuyers and downsizing families choose the Heritage Series. Ashton Woods has five move-in ready homes available in these well-designed floor plans, including three, one-story homes. Two homes are ready now in the popular Milan plans, at 2,722 square feet with four bedrooms and threeand-a-half baths. The slightly smaller Adams plan is 1,829 square feet with three bedrooms and two baths. Available two stories homes are the Lincoln, Monroe and Ellington plans. Square footage ranges from 2,329 to 2,638 square feet, and homes offer up to five bedrooms and three baths. EVERGREEN AND GROVE SERIES Ashton Woods is the only builder in Asturia offering single-family homes with garages at the rear of the house. There are nine, quick move-in homes available in these series, all conveniently located close to Asturias Amenity center. The two-story Blackwater is the largest rear-load home available, at 2,309 square feet with four bedrooms and twoand-a-half baths. There are four Arlington plans at 2,003 square feet, and also four Ortega plans at 2,189 square feet. These homes begin at $279,000. GREAT SCHOOLS For families with children, Asturia is a very popular community because it is zoned for some of the best schools in Pasco County J.W. Mitchell High, Seven Springs Middle and Odessa Elementary, said Harris. Asturia is the ultimate choice for buyers considering the many masterplanned communities along State Road 54. Buyers prefer Asturias smaller size of just 550 homes, compared to thousands being built in neighboring developments, and appreciate that construction will not be going on for years. People especially like that our homes are not on top of each other, said Sales Manager Wilson. Asturias developer did a great job laying out its streets, so it doesn't look like a cookiecutter community. Ashton Woods was named the 2017 Builder of the Year by Builder and Developer Magazine and, for the fourth consecutive year, has been ranked among the top three for Most Trusted Builders in America. For more information, go to AshtonWoods.com/tampa/Asturia. You can also call the sales center at (813) 446-8362.Want To Move To A New Home By The Holidays?Then visit Ashton Woods 18 Inventory Homes In Asturia
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The program is for family, partners, friends and significant others of adults living with mental illness. The course can help participants understand and support their loved one living with mental illness, while maintaining their own well-being. Information will be included on illnesses such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and other mental health conditions. Seating is limited. To register, call (727) 992-9653, or email Gloria Strother at email@example.com.HORMONE SEMINARSamantha Taylor Fitness, 2206 Knight Road in Land OÂ’ Lakes, will host a free hormone seminar, entitled Â“How Hormones Affect a Sexier, Healthier, Younger and More Vibrant You,Â” Aug. 25 at 12:30 p.m. The seminar is for men and women. The guest speakers will be from Infinity Medical Institute. Coffee and healthy desserts will be provided. Reservations are required at SamanthaTaylorSeminars.com.TOBACCO CESSATIONTobacco Free Florida will offer a class Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., at the Central Pasco Government Center, 19420 Central Blvd., in Land OÂ’ Lakes. The program covers all forms of tobacco. Participants will receive a free workbook and materials. Free nicotine replacement patches, gum or lozenges also will be available, if medically appropriate for ages 18 and older. Preregistration is required by calling (813) 929-1000. For information on the program, visit TobaccoFreeFlorida.com/quityourway.HOSPITAL RANKS IN TOP 100Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel was named one of the nationÂ’s 100 Top Hospitals by IBM Watson Health. The study, conducted by IBM Watson spotlights the top-performing hospitals in the United States based on a balanced scorecard of publicly available clinical, operational and patient satisfaction metrics and data. The hospital also was named one of the 100 Best Hospitals for Patient Experience by the WomenÂ’s Choice Award. Since opening nearly six years ago Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel has established itself as a national leader, earning recognition from a variety of industry leaders for patient care, safety and satisfaction. The hospital continues to grow and expand its services, most recently opening an offsite Emergency Room in Land OÂ’ Lakes It also opened Inspiration Place Â– a comprehensive womenÂ’s health center that offers concierge care with female physicians, womenÂ’s imaging services and womenÂ’s physical therapy services, located together with a boutique spa. A wound-healing institute also is under construction.FREE HEARING AID BATTERIESThe Sertoma Speech & Hearing Foundation of Florida will offer free hearing aid batteries Sept. 7 from 10 a.m. to noon, at its New Port Richey office, at 6333 River Road. The most common sizes of 10, 13, 312 and 675 will be available, while supplies last. Through the Sertoma Hearing Aid Recycling Program, Sertoma clubs also collect hearing aids in any condition to provide recycled and refurbished hearing aids to clients who need them. Hearing aid recycling containers can be found at participating local Publix grocery stores. For information, all (727) 312-3881, or visit FamilyHearingHelp.org.FLORIDA KIDCAREFlorida KidCare and its partners are reminding parents to take advantage of their childÂ’s health care benefits or to sign them up for health and dental coverage. Through Florida KidCare, sports physicals, vision and hearing tests, routine dental cleanings and pediatric checkups are all covered. To offer families more local opportunities to learn about and apply for Florida KidCare, the Florida Healthy Kids Corporation has awarded nine back-to-school grants to community organizations across the state. For those interested in applying for Florida KidCare, the corporation has debuted a free online eligibility calculator. The calculator can be accessed at tinyurl.com/ybgleael. To learn more or to apply, visit FloridaKidCare.org.ST. JOSEPHÂ’S GARNERS TWO AWARDSFor the second year in a row, St. JosephÂ’s Hospital-North has received two awards for quality acute care from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association: Mission: Lifeline STEMI Receiving Center. The Gold Achievement Award and the Get With the Guidelines Stroke Gold Plus Elite Quality Achievement Award both recognize the hospitalÂ’s efforts in implementing specific quality improvement measures for the treatment of severe heart attacks and stroke. The Mission: Lifeline program is a coordinated proactive system of care that turns first responders, hospitals and other health care providers into a team that uses proven guidelines and best practices to treat patients suffering from STEMI (ST elevation myocardial infarction). It allows all of the components of care Â– from the onset of the emergency all the way through hospital discharge and the start of secondary prevention Â– to work quickly and seamlessly. St. JosephÂ’s Hospital-North is at 4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. Send health news to firstname.lastname@example.org Health & Wellness www.LakerLutzNews.com August 22, 201813A COURTESY OF SERTOMA SPEECH & HEARING FOUNDATION New mobile audiology services The Sertoma Speech & Hearing Foundation of Florida had a ribbon-cutting at Country Way Village Child Care in Tampa, with a pres entation of its new mobile audiology services van. The van will provide pediatric hearing screenings and evaluations, along wit h fitting and dispensing hearing aids. The foundationÂs focus is rural and under-served communities. From left: Kathy Spurling, assistant outreach coordinator at Sertoma; Jesse Brown, district governor of Central Florida Sertoma District; Taylor, a Country Way Village Child Care employee; and Emylee Baumann, outreach coordinator at Sertoma. For informati on, call (727) 312-3881. The Laker/Lutz News likes to keep our readers informed about available classes, seminars, lectures and events regarding health and wellness issues. Hospitals, doctors, individual practitioners and anyone related to the health care industry can submit information, at least two weeks in advance, to be considered for publication. Photos of events, recognitions and so on, also are welcome. 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Through the initiative, students in kindergarten through 12th grade in schools across the United States and parts of Canada can collect and repurpose used Crayola markers. Teachers and students have the opportunity to explore eco-friendly practices through specially developed standards-based lesson plans to enrich instruction and promote lively class discussion. There are four steps to becoming an EcoCool School. Inform the school administrators or parent-teacher organization about participating in the ColorCycle program. Set up a collection station in the school for used markers. Count up all the markers. Pack markers in a cardboard box (with minimal outer markings). Print out a shipping label. FedEx Ground will pick up the markers Crayola pays all the shipping charges. For information and to get started, visit Crayola.com.PATEL CONSERVATORY CLASSESRegistration is now open for 2018 fall classes that start Sept. 4, in dance, theater and music at the Patel Conservatory at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts. More than 100 classes are offered in agespecific categories, ranging from prekindergarten to adult. Sequential curricula are designed to accommodate students of all skill levels, from novice to professional. Patel offers master classes with performers, field trips to professional performances, and celebrity question-and-answer sessions, as well as other activities. Auditions are required for some classes. Registration is available online, by calling (813) 222-1040, or in person at the Patel Conservatory. Open houses for the school year will be Aug. 23 at 6 p.m., and Aug. 25 at 10 a.m. For information, and a full list of classes, descriptions and schedules, visit PatelConservatory.org.WIREGRASS OPEN HOUSEWiregrass Ranch High School will host an open house Aug. 27 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., for all students. Participants can learn about the academic and athletic programs available, as well as clubs and booster programs. Teachers will be in their classrooms to meet with families and answer any questions.For information, call (813) 346-6000.AFIRE OF PASCOAll Pasco County Tax Collector offices will be accepting donations for AFIRE of Pasco during the month of August.AFIRE of Pasco is a day-training program for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities. It is geared specifically for people 22 years of age and older who have completed all school district programs for individuals with disabilities. AFIRE provides service five days per week to enrolled adults.Services include basic academics, one-onone computer instruction, training in daily living skills, and recreation and social outings/activities. For information on donating, visit PascoTaxes.com, or call Greg Giordano, assistant tax collector, at (727) 847-8179. For information on the organization, visit AfirePasco.com, or call Denise Haystrand at (727) 849-8982.DEANS LIST HONOREES Connor O Keefe, of Lutz, made the Deans List at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, for the spring semester. Em Ovalle, of Lutz, was named to the Deans List at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. Ovalle is a graduate of Freedom High School. Jordan Wheeler, of Land O Lakes, made the Deans List at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. Wheeler is enrolled in the universitys School of Engineering and Applied Science.SUMMER ORIENTATIONZane Tarrance, of Odessa, attended Newberry Colleges Wolf Pack Welcome, the colleges summer orientation. The welcome is a one-day program designed to help first-year students transition smoothly from high school to Newberry College (South Carolina). Activities included a team-building session, an academic session, a technology session, and an advisement session with an academic advisor.INSURANCE COMPANY STEPS UPAmerican Income Life, a provider of life, accident and supplemental health insurance, made a $25,000 contribution to Step Up For Students, helping lower-income children attend the kindergarten through 12th grade school that best fits their learning needs. The donation will fund three scholarships for the 2018-2019 school year. This is the first time American Income has partnered with Step Up For Students, a nonprofit organization that helps manage the income-based Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. 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A senior marketing professional, specializing in digital marketing, McNamara has broad perspective on the marketing needs of small companies, as well as the complex world of modern marketing and technology. In 2016, she found McNamara Marketing, a flexible marketing resource firm providing full-service marketing to businesses worldwide. In her spare time, McNamara organizes the CCF4Orphans Project, a 10-year initiative sending Christmas gifts overseas to children in Polish orphanages. The cause is particularly close to her heart as she and her sisters were adopted as young children from an orphanage in Poland. For more information, visit CCF4Orphans Project on Facebook. COURTESY OF ST MARYS UNIVERSITYAnia McNamara, far right, was the recipient of the Outstanding Young Alumna Award from St. Marys University of Minnesota. 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Plus, he noted: Â“ItÂ’s a good thing to have something free for kids to do, other than sit at their computers.Â” Ward and Colontonio have since handed the clubÂ’s reins to Mark Hardies, mathematics and physics professor at St. Petersburg College, whoÂ’s had an interest in amateur astronomy going on 30 years. Since heÂ’s taken over, anywhere from 300 to 500 people Â— and as many as 1,200 Â— show up for monthly stargazing events, or Â“Star Parties,Â” as theyÂ’re colorfully called. Â“I just enjoy that our whole purpose is to do this for the public,Â” said Hardies, who joined the club about 12 years ago. He added: Â“ItÂ’s nice to be here to help the public see whatÂ’s available, to get them interested in (astronomy) and to give them a chance to see through a telescope, because quite frankly, most people donÂ’t get that chance.Â” As well as Pasco, club members venture from as far as Brandon, Lutz, Largo and Spring Hill. And, many happily supply telescopes theyÂ’ve made from scratch. Colontonio, for instance, brought along his own 10-inch truss-tubed Dobsonian he built 15 years ago inside a mirror lab at the St. Pete Astronomy Club. Â“I just kind of winged it,Â” he said. Â“It took me like six months to grind the mirror.Â” His personal interest in astronomy piqued 20 years ago after he bought his wife a telescope. Â“I got addicted seeing the planets,Â” he said. But, nowadays, the clubÂ’s original cofounder mainly prefers to impart his astronomy wisdom to others, detailing subjects like Messier 37 and the Ring Nebula, all through the lens of his scope. He explained: Â“I like to show the real dim stuff. People get a kick out of that because you donÂ’t see anything but black sky, and then when you look through the scope, thereÂ’s something there.Â” Jack Brockhurst, another astronomy enthusiast and club member, also supplied his own handmade scope Â— a 13-inch Dobsonian weighing over 130 pounds. The New Port Richey resident said heÂ’s been building telescopes for 40 years. A machinist by trade, Brockhurst first constructed a small 3-inch scope. He eventually progressed to larger Dobsonians and German Equatorials measuring over 10 inches in diameter. His collection of handcrafted scopes is now up to 11. Â“I got what they call light bucket fever. I had to build bigger ones,Â” he said, jokingly. Brockhurst still regularly likes to experience Â“whatÂ’s out thereÂ” in space. But, like Colontonio, he also gets a kick from sharing his passion for astronomy with others. Â“My best reward is when I hear the oohs and aahs from the parents and the kids,Â” he said. Aside from the regular club-goers, the 15th anniversary event drew several firsttimers, like TampaÂ’s Raj Reddy and his group of friends. Â“We just wanted to see the meteors,Â” Reddy said, Â“and, I also think itÂ’s cool that you can watch other planets today.Â”New Port RicheyÂ’s Greg Shimp and his son, Kevin, also were among the newcomers.Besides peering at Mars and the other planets Â— Â“ThatÂ’s something that we wanted to see,Â” Shimp said Â— the father and son learned to properly navigate an 8-inch refractor telescope purchased last year. Â“Mostly, weÂ’re here for the help, kind of getting the (scope) set up,Â” Shimp said. For information on the Pasco AstronomerÂ’s Club, visit their Facebook page, Facebook.com/Pasco-Astronomers169098913172928/.STARGAZING, from page 1A risk of opioids and marketed the drugs for chronic pain, when in fact, thereÂ’s not one single valid scientific study that supports the use of opioids for treatment of long-term chronic pain, Murman said. The county intends to prove that drug distributors shipped excessive amounts of pain pills into the community, flooding county streets with pain pills, the commission chairwoman added.The opioid epidemic is widespread, crossing socioeconomic boundaries, she said.Â“It affects our seniors. It affects adolescents. Children. Families,Â” she said. There have been 1,072 opioid overdose deaths in Hillsborough County since 2012, Murman said. The county also has seen a 24 percent increase in opioids over a period of five years. Â“ThatÂ’s a direct result of the fraudulent marketing of the drugs and the excessive amounts of drugs shipped into our county by these defendants,Â” Murman said. Â“Hillsborough County is leading the state in the number of babies born addicted to opioids,Â” Murman said. Â“That is totally unacceptable.Â” There were 579 cases of babies addicted to opioids reported in Hillsborough County in 2015, she said. Â“For me, itÂ’s personal.,Â” Murman said. Â“My sister, who was addicted to painkillers, committed suicide.Â” At the news conference, Moore said he was involved in helping to resolve the BP oil spill. Â“What we have here is a pill spill,Â” Moore said. Â“Close to 40,000 people in your county are opioid addicts.Â” Moore characterized the problem as a Â“ticking, ticking time bomb.Â” Â“We want these companies to pay to clean the pill spill,Â’ Moore said. Moore challenged a perception that some may have about the types of people who die from opioid abuse. ItÂ’s not just a problem faced by people who live on the streets, he said. Â“ItÂ’s somebodyÂ’s 19-year-old college student. Â“ItÂ’s a 35-year-old lawyer. Â“ItÂ’s a housewife,Â” Moore said. State attorney Andrew Warren, who also spoke at the news conference, agreed: Â“ItÂ’s a public health crisis. It does not discriminate.Â” Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister, weighed in, as well. He put it like this: Â“We must dry up the supply. This is not an epidemic weÂ’re going to arrest our way out of.Â” HillsboroughÂ’s lawsuit follows a national trend for local governments to fight against the distributors and manufacturers of opioid medications. The Pasco County Commission voted in January to become one of several plaintiffs in litigation that seeks to replicate the kind of payouts attorneys won in the late 1990s against the tobacco industry. Pensacola-based Levin Papantonio is representing Pasco County. The law firm is part of a consortium that is pursuing lawsuits in several states including West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. In 2016, Pasco County had 165 drug overdose deaths, and 120 were related to opioids.OPIOID, from page 1A Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley is not anticipating a heavy turnout. Â“Generally, with elections, the best indicator is history, so when weÂ’re talking about previous times, the most recent thing to go back to would be the last midterm, which would be in 2014. Â“It pains me to report that the turnout was less than 15 percent. Â“IÂ’m optimistic that weÂ’ll do better, we, as the electorate, but only time will tell,Â” Corley said. Â“Midterm primaries are generally lackluster turnout,Â” he added. There has been a slight spike in registration, but only about 5 percent, he said. Corley also noted that Â“there has been a lot of anecdotal evidence of a youth voter surge, between 18 and 29 year olds,Â” but he said, he has not been seeing it. Â“Compared to the same time in 2014, itÂ’s about on par. That really, really surprised me,Â” Corley said. Pasco County has slightly less than 347,000 voters, making it 12th largest in Florida. Of those, there are 134,824 registered Republicans, 108,520 registered Democrats, 100,637 registered as No Party and 2,791 registered as Minor Party. Corley said there has been substantial interest in election security. Â“If someone would have told me prior to the 2016 election, we would spend pretty much every waking moment since that November election focusing on, intensely, becoming hyper-vigilant on all things security Â— both physical and cyber Â— I would have said, Â‘No, youÂ’re crazy.Â’ But, here we are.Â” Recently, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, who is running for re-election, made national headlines by saying that Russia had penetrated FloridaÂ’s election systems. Corley said it is difficult to respond to NelsonÂ’s statement. Â“ItÂ’s really, really challenging because IÂ’m not sure exactly what Senator Nelson is alluding to. I know the Department of Homeland Security has sort of publicly refuted his comments. Of course, far be it for me to correct a senator on the intelligence committee. I just know of no information.Â” Corley went on to say: Â“We have worked extensively with our state and federal partners. WeÂ’re talking about the FBI, even the National Guard, but particularly the Department of Homeland Security.Â” He also noted that in 2017, the elections were declared critical infrastructure. Â“We now have a seat at the table right next to nuclear power plants, for example, because how much more critical can you be than the underpinnings of our democracy?Â” Corley said. The Department of Homeland Security has offered a myriad of services for advice, counsel and assistance. Â“I canÂ’t tell you, for obvious security reasons, and so thatÂ’s the balance, trying to reassure voters that weÂ’re doing everything that we can to fortify the elections and letting them know thereÂ’s always a Plan B. Â“For security reasons, I canÂ’t tell my wife. I canÂ’t tell my dog. I canÂ’t tell anybodyÂ” he said. Corley also noted that Pasco has added three new early voting locations. Â“Early voting clearly has become very, very popular,Â” he said. Â“We added Alice Hall. We added the Florida Hospital Ice Center complex. We jokingly say we literally and figuratively have the coolest early voting site. We added the Odessa Community Center,Â” he said. Vote by mail is popular, too. Â“We have record numbers of Vote by Mail. WeÂ’re almost at 70,000 vote by mail ballots that went out. Â“There are literally, tens of thousands of ballots, sitting on coffee tables or on kitchen tables. All they have to do is fill out a few ovals and shoot it back to us, and it could change any race,Â” he said. Â“WhatÂ’s the old adage? Â‘We get the government that we deserve,Â’Â” Corley said. Â“Everyone remembers the infamous 2000 election. Everyone remembers, it came down to Florida,Â” he said. With 6 million votes cast, Bush had a lead over Gore of 537 votes. Corley said what many people donÂ’t realize is one fact that he Â“almost couldnÂ’t make up.Â” The number of Pasco voters skipping the presidential race that year was Â‘1776,Â’Â” Corley said, adding Â“#Irony.Â”ELECTION, from page 1A a ll h a v e d i f W We e ff f likes, but.. WS E N L CA O L E f erent E T S E V LO EWS Nn g in N Lutz / L AKERL The / somethi n LOVE ...we all
16A Faster tter Back to be r. r. sco | W Central Pa We e sley Chapel Jonesing for the return of high school football? Heres a look at all the Friday night matchups for teams in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area. All Week 1 games are at 7:30 p.m., Aug. 24, unless otherwise noted.HILLSBOROUGH COUNTYSt. Petersburg Catholic Barons at Carrollwood Day Patriots (7 p.m.) Both teams come off losing seasons, but the Patriots feature a large senior class and one of the areas top quarterbacks in senior Chris Butash. Freedom Patriots at Steinbrenner Warriors The Warriors have reigned supreme in this matchup the last three years (and hold the series lead 4-1). However, the Patriots will have arguably the best player on the field in senior receiver/safety Jeremiah Ashe, who boasts over a dozen Division I FBS scholarship offers. Gaither Cowboys at Chamberlain Chiefs The Cowboys strong running attack (262.5 yards per game in 2017) will be imperative to keep the Chiefs offense and senior quarterback Tyler Riddell off the field; Riddell, a University of Akron commit, threw for 30 touchdowns and just four interceptions last season. PASCO COUNTYBishop McLaughlin Catholic Hurricanes at Shorecrest Prep Chargers (7 p.m.) Last time these teams met was in 2013, where the Hurricanes were shut out 40-0. The Hurricanes should have better luck this time around, with Shorecrest Prep coming off a 1-6 campaign. Cypress Creek Coyotes at Gulf Buccaneers The Coyotes are seeking its first official win in program history after it was forced to forfeit its 12-0 victory against Gulf last season. Land O Lakes Gators at Citrus Hurricanes Gators first-year head coach Chad Walker faces a relatively manageable test against a Hurricanes squad that has just six seniors and is without several key contributors from last season.Pasco Pirates at Hudson Cobras Pasco won last years matchup 22-10 and holds the overall series lead, 6-2. A victory here would be a good start for the Pirates, who are seeking their first winning season since 2014. Sunlake Seahawks at Wesley Chapel Wildcats Wesley Chapel handily beat Sunlake last year (42-24). Doing so again likely wont be as easy, as the Wildcats have lost some of the countys top offensive and defensive players from 2017, including Isaiah Bolden, Dexter Leverett, Malik Melvin and Austin Wittish. Wiregrass Ranch Bulls at Zephyrhills Bulldogs Two of Pasco Countys top squads square off in what should be an exciting, back-and-forth affair. Adding fuel to the fire: Former Zephyrhills head coach Reggie Roberts is now an assistant at Wiregrass Ranch. LATER WEEK 1 GAMES:North Florida Christian (Tallahassee) at Zephyrhills Christian Warriors (Aug. 31, 7:30 p.m.) A good barometer for both teams coming off eight-win seasons and appearances in the FHSAA Class 2A playoffs. Donahue Catholic Shamrocks (Ave Maria) at Academy at the Lakes Wildcats (Sept. 7, 7 p.m.) The defending FCAPPS eight-man state champions shouldnt have much trouble against the visiting Shamrocks; the Wildcats won last years contest 36-0. 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Sumner Memorial Golf Tournament is scheduled for Sept. 29 at Silverado Golf & Country Club, 36841 Clubhouse Drive in Zephyrhills. The four-player scramble will begin with an 8:30 a.m., shotgun start. Fee is $50 per player, which includes green fees, golf cart and lunch. Prize packs are available, encompassing four closest to the pin, one long drive, one closest to the line, two mulligans and two drink tickets. Event will also include a silent auction, door prizes, 50/50 tickets and more. Proceeds from the event benefit the Pioneer Florida Museum & Village, a 501(c)3 nonprofit. For information, call Brenda Minton at (352) 206-8889.SENIOR SOFTBALL LEAGUE North Tampa Bay Senior Softball will begin its seventh season on Sept 21. Before that, player tryouts and evaluations will take placeHailey Stricker already has collected a fair number of medals and trophies competing in youth tournaments throughout Tampa Bay. The 12-year-old from Land O Lakes is seeking an addition to her trophy case as a member of the Clearwater Jr. PGA All-Star team. The 10-member all-star team will compete on Aug. 26 in the PGA Jr. League North Florida Section Championship at Orlandos Grand Cypress Golf Club. Earlier this month, the group won a sectional qualifier at Apollo Beach Golf Club, besting a handful of other all-star teams from Tampa, Sarasota and Odessa. A top finish this weekend would allow the team to advance to the PGA Jr. regional tournament in St. Augustine. Winners from 12 regional tournaments across the country then earn a spot in the seventh PGA Junior League Championship in November in Scottsdale, Arizona. Stricker, whos been golfing since age 8, already has made a name for herself within the Greater Tampa Bay Junior Golf Association. Over the past two years, shes collected five top-three finishes for her age group. That includes a pair of first place titles she won last October and November, at Wentworth Golf Club and Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club, respectively. Orlando will mark the longest distance that Stricker has traveled to compete in a golf tournament. Shes optimistic about the teams chances, even against tougher competition. Im looking forward to our team pulling through it and winning, so we can go to St. Augustine and do that tournament, said the seventh-grader, who attends Rushe Middle School. Stricker is one of just two girls on the Clearwater Jr. PGA All-Star team.She was named to the select squad after strong showings all summer in the PGA Junior League at Westchase Golf Club, in Tampa. Stricker considers it a special honor. Its kind of cool because I tell people Im on the all-star team, and theyre proud of me. I just feel really good about it because Ive practiced and worked hard for this moment, she said. Her grandfather, Brian Stricker, is enjoying the moment, too. Hes the one who encouraged the young golfer when she showed an interest in the sport four years ago. She kind of took to (golf) in a natural way, her grandfather said. She can stand up on the tee and, when she gets a good swing on the ball, she can hit the ball 160 yards straight. She has a pretty well-rounded game, and she just has a passion for it thats really impressive. Stricker said she plans to play golf in high school and definitely wants to play in college. Her ultimate goal? To play on the LPGA (Ladies Professional Golf Association) Tour, she said. Stricker appears to be on the right path for playing at a high level someday, according to Michael Cestone, who operates the Cestone Golf Academy at Westchase Golf Club. The golf instructor said Stricker has great promise and a very good skillset. She has all of the basic fundamentals of the game, said Cestone, who nominated Stricker to the Clearwater all-star team. She has a good swing. She can chip. She can putt. She can do pretty much any of the shots that you need to play golf its just a matter of getting better.Cestone noted Stricker regularly shoots in the high 80s and low 90s from the ladies tees.He very soon foresees Stricker reaching the high 70s and low 80s a striking feat for a young girl. If she stays on the track that shes on, shell play college golf, Cestone said. Whether she wants a DI (Division 1) or D2 (Division 2) school, thatll depend on how much time shes willing to put into this game, Cestone said. COURTESY OF BRIAN STRICKER Sept. 7 and Sept. 14, at Land O Lakes Heritage Park, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. Tryouts begin at 8:30 a.m., both days. The league is open to men over 60 years old and women over 55. For safety, players must demonstrate a minimum level of playing ability running, throwing, hitting, catching. Games are played Friday mornings through mid-December. League fees are $25. For information, email NTBSS2016@aol.com, or call (813) 528-5664. 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AUGUST 22, 2018The LAKER/ INSIDE: Directories, Classifieds, Games & MoreThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLutz NEWS B Devour Right Now Pulled Pork Sandwich. ThatÂs everyday easy. CHRISTINE HOLTZMAN.Mark Martin, of Zephyrhills, left, and his wife, Amber, pose for a picture with the dog that they adopted during the Clear the Shelters event on Aug. 18 at Pasco County Animal Services in Land OÂ Lakes. Amber said she knew ÂCharlie,Â a Jack Russell mix, was the one for them because he was very timid, and he appeared to need extra patience and love to trust people again, which they are happy to provide. By Christine HoltzmanSpecial to The Laker/Lutz NewsPet lovers had a chance to add a new member to their family without paying adoption fees during a Â“Clear the SheltersÂ’ event at Pasco County Animal Services, at 19640 Dogpatch Lane in Land OÂ’Lakes.The animal shelter, along with the nonprofit group Friends of Animal Services Inc., hosted the event as part of the national pet adoption drive. The drive, launched four years ago, is spearheaded by the television media company NBC Universal, and sponsored by CatÂ’s Pride and HillÂ’s Pet Nutrition. Shelters across the country taking part in the event either reduced or waived pet adoption fees. The Pasco shelter waived the adoption fee for the dozens of available cats and dogs, and required only the purchase of appropriate licensing for a new pet. Normally, adoption fees are $70 to $85 for dogs and $40 to $50 for cats, which includes spay/neutering, vaccinations, microchip, heartworm testing for dogs, and FIV and feline leukemia for cats. Rachel Stever, the education and outreach coordinator for the shelter, said this was the second year the shelter participated, and she expected about 300 people to attend. People began lining up two hours before the doors opened and, by the time it did, a crowd of about 100 had gathered, Stever said. During the first two hours of the event, 16 adoptions had occurred and 11 were pending, she added. Pasco County Animal Services became a Â“Save 90Â” shelter in 2012, meaning that its goal is to save 90 percent of the animals that are brought to the facility. In addition to getting adoption fees waived, those attending the event could pick up swag bags provided by Pet Supplies Plus, complete with pet food samples, treats and coupons, and a spin the wheel game for a chance to win a prize. Friends of Animal Services, the nonprofit support group of Pasco County Animal Services, was there, too, showing off its memorial tree. Those making a $100 donation receive an engraved leaf on the memorial tree. All donations support the shelter.Â‘Clear the SheltersÂ’ makes both pets and people happy Pasco County dispatch operator K.c. Pearson, of Port Richey, cuddles the kitten that she will soon officially adopt during the Clear the Shelters event. Pearson plans to name the kitten Psi. She already has a cat named ÂZetaÂ that she previously adopted from the shelter. Molly Petrocco, of Hudson, and her husband, Ian, have a meet and greet with ÂSassyÂ during Clear the Shelters. The Petroccos were at the shelter looking to adopt an older dog, and they wanted to get to know the 7-year-old Shepherd mix. Hanging out in the Feline Showroom, 12-year-old Mikaylah Chimara, of Zephyrhills, left, holds a kitten named ÂFlash.Â Her 8-yea r-old sister, Bella, center, holds ÂShy,Â and her 10-year-old sister, Alicia, cuddles with ÂRocket.Â Their mother Nicole, who brought the girls to the event as a surprise, said that they would be taking ÂFlashÂ home. Rachel Stever, the education and outreach coordinator for Pasco County Animal Services, cuddles a miniature Dachshund-Chihuahua mix that was just adopted during Clear the Shelters. Stever estimated that roughly 300 people would pass through its doors in pursuit of finding a new addition for their family. The shelter waived the normal adoption fees, and Pasco County residents were required to purchase the appropriate licensing.
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VOLUNTEERS NEEDEDThe North Tampa Chamber of Commerce is seeking volunteers to help the residents of Knight Homes, a part of the Sunrise Community Homes. The chamber is sponsoring a day of community service to help residents by painting and doing basic landscaping. The event will be Sept. 15 at 9 a.m., at 7809 N. Glen Ave., in Tampa. Cash, checks, gift cards, movie tickets and event tickets also are needed. Drop-off sites for donations will be at Uncle Maddios, 3949 Van Dyke Road in Lutz; U.S. Renal Care, 3421 N. Lakeview Drive in Tampa; and Subway, 13032 Race Track Road in Tampa. This also is an opportunity for children who need to fulfill community service hours for school. Donations being sought include bed linens for twin and full-size beds; washcloths, hand and bath towels; toiletries for travel or full size; and drapes for eight bedrooms. For information, email Jody Fowler at Jodyfowler@moresinsuranceservices.com. 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