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Withdrawl of artist
has vets memorial
foundation looking
for new design,

Kiwanis Club toy
drive benefits as
hospital pitches in
more than 100 gifts.


Strawberry queen
and her court are
surprise guest at girls'
Christmas party.

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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
The winners of The Courier's 2006 Person of the Year award are Jack Holland, Carlton Benton, Deborah Haldane, Larry Langston, La'Tosha Lewis,
Eddie C. Brooks, Christine Washburn, Ivan Brooks. Stephen Rossiter, Dan Smith, Shane Johnson and Marivel Ponce.

City's Recreation & Parks Department Wins Inaugural Award



FIor promoting civic engagement, the
Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department is the inaugural recipi-
ent of The Courier's Person of the

CLASSIFIED Year award.
PA6E 30 The award was presented Dec. 13 at
the Plant City Chamber of Commerce
CROSSWORD contact breakfast at the Ramada Inn.
mE 19 Mayor John Dicks said the award was
FAMILY LIVING well deserved.
"The recreation department has done an out-
PAGE 8 standing job bringing together the entire commu-
nity in all the events that they do," Dicks said.
SPORTS "They've been creative, they're innovative and
PAGE 14 they're constantly working to be inclusive of
everyone in our community, which includes both
OBITS the young and the old and the people who live on
the outskirts of the city and call themselves Plant
ME U Citians."
Directing the department is-Jack Holland, who
has been with recreation and parks full time since
June 1979, and was a part time employee for two
years before that. Overall, he said, the department
has a $5.6 million budget and employs 62 people,
including the dozen who work for the recreation
division. Recreation is responsible for programming
and special events. The parks division attends to the
al mania maintenance of facilities and grounds.
teens have "It's been a very, very rewarding experience,"
ay kids with Holland said of his tenure with the department. "I
I melodrama couldn't think of a more fun job to do where you get

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to do the things you
like to do and have a
positive effect on the
quality of life in Plant
City and the surround-
S ing areas. It's never
In its call for Person
of the Year nominees,
The Courier
announced it was
looking for candidates
with a long-term
commitment to
improving the quality
of life in the commu-
Noteworthy in that
regard are the annual
Fourth of July, Easter
egg hunt and Jacko-
bury festivities, which
debuted this year in
the Urban Forest park
adjacent to Plant City
S, Stadium. The name
"Jackobury" reflects
the merging of "jack-o'-lantern" with the ending
sound of "strawberry," which, of course, is Plant
City's claim to fame as the "Winter Strawberry
Capital of the World." This year's inaugural Hallow-
een event attracted about 2,000 people and featured
six "scare zones" interconnected by a trail through-
out the park's 64 undeveloped acres.
Even the urban park itself, Dicks said, is a key
initiative to preserving the hometown feel of Plant
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Editor's Note
A town's character is both
reflected in and shaped by
the people who live and
work there.
At times, those individuals
and organizations go above
and beyond and significantly
enhance the community's
quality of life. Plant City is
lucky to have more than a few
organizations and individuals
fitting that description.
The Courier's Person of
the Year award is an effort to
recognize those people and
organizations. To everyone
who sent in nominations for
this award, thank you.
Every nomination was
worthy of recognition, from
the elderly couple who vol-
unteer at the food bank to
the young woman who
fought cancer with such
grace and courage and, in the
process., lifted her communi-
ty's spirit.
This was one time where
it was impossible to make
the wrong choice.

Six singing
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music and

'Redneck Woman' Coming To Town
Gretchen Wilson to perform at Strawberry Festival, See Page 15

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FEMA flood zone map
meeting rescheduled
There's a new date for a public
meeting regarding the latest pro-
posed flood zone map provided by
the Federal Emergency Manage-
ment Agency and Hillsborough
City engineering technician Jes-
sica Guthrie said the meeting, origi-
nally scheduled for this month, is
now planned for Jan. 17 from 6 to 8
p.m. at city hall, 302 W. Reynolds
At the meeting staff members of
the city engineering department
will go over the latest map and
discuss insurance options.
To review the maps on the
Internet go to www.eng.plantcityg-
ov.com and follow the prompt to
the global position satellite system
provided by the city.

County votes for once-a-week
lawn watering
County commissioners voted last
week to restrict watering of estab-
lished lawns and landscaping in
unincorporated Hillsborough
County to one day a week, effective
Dec. 16.
Under the once-a-week sched-
ule, residents maywater established
lawns and landscaping on the fol-
lowing days: Mondays for addresses
ending in 0 and 1, Tuesdays for
addresses ending in 2 and 3,
Wednesday for addresses ending
in 4 and 5, Thursdays for addresses
ending in 6 and 7, and Fridays for
addresses which end with 8 and 9.
All watering must be accom-
plished before 8 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
For more information, call 275-
7094 for a recorded message, visit
water and click on the "Restrictions
& Conservation" button, or call the
Water Conservation Team at 274-
6800 during regular business hours.

School choice application
window opens
The Hillsborough Choice appli-
cation period for magnet programs
and School Choice began Dec. 1. It
runs through Jan. 26
Under Hillsborough Choice, stu-
dents can apply for a magnet school
or another school with available
space. A student who wishes to
remain at their current magnet or
choice school, or prefers to attend
their attendance area school, does
not need to complete an applica-
The guides provide information
on magnet programs, school choice
options, and include an applica-
tion. Applications are also available
online at www.sdhc.kl2.fl.us/
choice. Information: 272-4692.

Fruit cakes sale
The Plant City Cornerstone
Center Inc. is taking orders for holi-
day fruit cakes and pecans.
You may place an order for
homemade fruit cakes and/or 1-
pound bags of pecans, halves or
pieces. The cost for a 5-pound cake
is $39.95 each or $24.95 for a half
cake. A 1-pound cake is $12.95.
The cost for a pound of pecan
halves or a pound of pecan pieces is
$8. Call 752-9225, 752-2659 or
er.org to place an order.

Miss Heart of Plant City
deadlines extended
Miss Heart of Plant City is extend-
ing the deadlines for registrations
for Little Miss, Jr. Miss, Teen, and
Miss. Applications can be picked
up' from Berry Patch Kids or My
Girlfriends Place and are due no
later than Jan. 8, 2007. Information:
visit missheartofplantcity.com or e-
mail misshrtofpc.com.
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Tour of Homes
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society will play
host to the 13th annual
Candlelight Tour Dec. 16 from
6 to 8:30 p.m. The tour will
highlight Plant City's north
residential historic district,
including the homes of John
and Betty Briggs, 905 Roux
St.; Ray and Patti Brownlee,
706 N. Evers St.; and Dale and
Debbie Hawkins, 702 N. Evers
St. In addition, theater
students of Ms. Dixie's will
present a special perform-
ance of "That Man Plant" at 6
and 8 p.m. in the first-floor
banquet room of the 1914
Plant City High School
Community Center. Tickets
are $15 per person and
include the tour, play and
dessert. Tickets may be
picked up starting at 5:30 p.m.
Reservations may be made by
calling the historical society
at 757-9226. Reservation
deadline is Dec. 14.

A gingerbread house from last year's tour of homes.

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Kiwanis, hospital

step up for kids

Hundreds of area youngsters
will have a smile on their faces
this week thanks to the work
of the Plant City Kiwanis Club
and the generosity of resi-
dents. The club planned to give
out hundreds of gifts collected
through its Angel program this
week. The Angel Tree at South
Florida Baptist Hospital
brought in more than 100 gifts.
Dropping the hospital dona-
tions off last week at the
Cornerstone Center were
hospital staffers Teresa
Armbruster, left, Jana Butler,
Sarah Raines, Shannon Mitchell
and Jodi Smith. Kiwanis
treasurer and toy drive
organizer Anna Reitz, front,
was on hand to accept the

Sorting through the hundreds of toys they.planned to give out this week to needy
youngsters are Kiwanians Robert Brown,jim Brown and Anna Reitz.

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New Design, Site Sought For Vets Memorial

Staff Report
A group planning a monument to
the armed forces is looking for both a
new design and location after their
designer and artist had to withdraw.
Harrison Covington had already
sculpted a preliminary design for the
monument, which was to be unveiled
outside city hall on Veterans Day 2007.
"It is with great sadness that I must
inform you that for health reasons I
will be unable to complete the project
we have been working on togehter,"
said the 84-year-old artist in a Dec. 1
letter to the Plant City Armed Forces
Memorial Foundation.
"No one can regret this decision
more that I," added the Plant City
native and veteran. "I have every hope
my health will improve over time, but
there is no certainty of that and I do
not wish to stand in the way of the
development of other plans your com-
mittee may wish to make."
Jennifer Closshey, the director of the
memorial committee, tried to. put a
positive spin on the news.
"This seeming setback is also an
opportunity," she said. "We plan to
move forward in the most expedient
way possible."
She said the committee will now'
invite other artists to submit their
designs for the project. They are
hoping to get 12 to 15 submissions
within the next 90 days.
The committee, which had initially
planned the memorial for city hall's
parking lot, will also now ask the city
commission for suggestions on a new
site .

"This seeming setback is also
an opportunity. We plan to
move forward in the most
expedient way possible."
Director, Plant City Armed Forces
Memorial Foundation
"We would like to have the site
chosen by the city before we choose
the artist," Closshey told city commis-
sioners Dec. 11. "In that way the loca-
tion could become part of the artist's
Mayor John Dicks said will soon
begin looking into locations for the
"While this is a setback for the
original plan, this will give the com-
mission -an. opportunity to consider
locations for the veterans memorial -
including the City Hall parking lot -
and inform the memorial committee
of that site," Dicks'said.
The memorial, which was expected
to cost about $500,000, has already
raised $150,000 in cash and in-kind
donations. Closshey said the group
plans to stick with that budget,
although., she cautioned that Coving-
ton's work on the project, which he
was doing for free, would-normally
have cost between $200,000 and
The group is now planning on a Vet-
erans Day 2008 unveiling, Closshey
said. The idea for a monument grew
out of a display devoted to local veter-
ans at the Plant City Photo Archives
last year.
"Our mission has changed," she
said. "We are staying true to our

Jennifer Closshey of the Plant City Armed Forces Memorial Foundation Inc.
updates city commissioners on plans for the memorial at their Dec. 11 meeting.

Officers for the foundation are Mac
Smith, president; Closshey, director;
and Ed Verner, director; Danny Coton,
legal council; and Joe Sedita, founding
treasurer. Committee members
include Closshey, state Rep. Rich Glo-
rioso, City. Manager David Sollen-

berger, Willie Nabong (representing
the city), Stanley Kolker, Rick Lott,
Sally Raburn, Liesta Sykes and Phil
For more information, call Stanley
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Ribbon cutting
The Plant City Chamber of Commerce
will host a new business ribbon cutting
Dec. 14 at 10:30 a.m. at Hair, Nails & Skin,
1105 Goldfinch Drive.

Christmas musical drama
"The Glory of Christmas," a dramatic
musical presentation of the Christmas
story presented by the combined choirs,
orchestra and drama team of First Baptist
Church, will be presented Dec. 15-16 at 7
p.m. and Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. at the church,
503 N. Palmer St.
For tickets or information, call 752-4104.

Christmas in the Park
Christmas in the Park is set for Dec. 16 at
9 a.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Rec-
reation Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Blvd. The event, for ages 4 to 12, will
feature food, fun, games and more.
Information: La'Tosha Lewis, llewis@plan-
tcitygov.com or 757-9195.

Battle of the Books
Third- through fifth-graders may prepare
for the annual Battle of the Books by partic-
ipating in a discussion of "Attack of the
Mutant Underwear" Dec. 16 at 2:30 p.m. at
the Thonotosassa Branch Library, 10715
Main St. Copies of the book are available at
the library.
Call: 987-6215.

Car shows, Santa visit
The sixth annual Mason Dixon Christ-
mas Wish Car and Truck Show will take
place Dec. 16 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in
McCall Park. Call: 986-4720.
The monthly free Strawberry Classic Car
Show is set to follow from 4 to 9 p.m., also
in and surrounding McCall Park. Visit with
Santa between 6 and 7 p.m. Downtown
specialty shops and restaurants will also
stay open for this event.

Kids Night Out
A Kids Night Out Holiday Jam for ages
kindergarten through 12 is set for Dec. 16
from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St. Cost: $5 per child.
Includes pizza, drinks, music and a special
holiday craft session. No pre-registration
Information: 659-4200, Ext. 4340, or

'Room at the Inn' at Countryside
Countryside Baptist Church of Dover,
plans the Christmas "Room at the Inn" Dec.
16 at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be served
after the show. Call: 571-8200.

Choir plans Christmas concert
The Chancel Choir of First United Meth-
odist Church will perform a Christmas
concert Dec. 17 at 7 p.m. in the church
sanctuary, 303 N. Evers St.
Call: 754-3519.

Holiday concert
Mount Olive African Methodist Episco-
pal'Church, 1115 W. Madison St., plans a
free holiday concert Dec. 17 at 4 p.m.

Festival of lessons, carols
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 302 N.
Carey St., plans a free Festival of Nine Les-
sons and Carols Dec. 17 at 10:30 a.m. Call:

Belly dancing classes
Belly dancing classes are offered Mon-
days from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort St. Information:
Mary Jane Aguilar, (863) 682-6009; or Chris,
cwashburn@plantcitygov.com or 659-4200,
Ext. 4340.


Picks of the Week

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Photo courtesy of Christian Community Chorale

Chorale concert
Christian Community Chorale will perform "Emmanuel God With Us" Dec. 15 at 8
p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church, 1104 N. Alexander St. Admission, is free. The
concert will feature Christmas favorites like "White Christmas," "0 Holy Night;'
"Silent Night" and "Joy to the World." The Christian Community Chorale was
formed six years ago by directors Richard Pipas and Richard Grant, and performs
two concerts each year. The chorale is comprised of about 60 singers from various
area churches. Call: 752-8251.

Plant City from the air
Seventeen aerial views of the Plant City area
taken by Florida Aerial Imaging can be seen
on the Bruton Memorial Library Art Wall, 302
McLendon St., through the month of Decem-
ber. The photographs of such Plant City
landmarks as the Strawberry water tower,
city hall, Plant City High School, and the 1914
Plant City High School and Community
Center were taken by Jeffrey Liggett from a
plane flown by his father, Larry Liggett. The
exhibit is available for viewing during all
hours that the Bruton Memorial Library is
open. Call: 757-9215.

Photo courtesy of Larry Liggett


Holiday frolic

TUESDAY "Christmas Tales;' written and directed by Terry Abbott above, with Plant City
u shots available at hospital actress Amanda "Punky" Holland runs Dec. 15-16 at 8:15 p.m. at the James McCabe
Flu shots available at hospital Theater, 506 Fifth St. in Valrico. The show, co-written by Brendan Jacoby, takes a fun
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. and sometimes irreverent look at the holidays and is suitable for PG-13 audiences.
Alexander St., is offering flu shots Dec. 19 Tickets cost $10 for students and seniors and $12 for general admission. Call: 205-9694.
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Turkey Creek,
West Trapnell Road,
Dec. 14-16. New and
used items, furni-
ture, dishwasher,
treadmill, Christmas
items, clothes, shoes-
and miscellaneous
Plant City, 1612
Bonnie Loop Road,
Dec. 15-16, starting
at 8 a.m. PVC patio
set, TV, CDs, records
and miscellaneous
Dover, 10280
McIntosh Road, Dec.
14-16, multi-family
sale. New and used
Plant City,
Walden Lake, Park-
wood subdivision,
multi-family sale,
Dec. 15-16, 7 a.m. to
1 p.m. Golf cart,
Hummer rims and
tires, cabinet, oak
vanity with chair,
lots of clothes and
household items.
Turkey Creek,
402 Holloway Road,
Dec. 14-16, house-
hold goods, camping
equipment, toys and
miscellaneous items.
Creek area, 3908
Drawdy Road, Dec.
15-16, 7 a.m. to 1
p.m., miscellaneous
Plant City, 1801
N. Lime St., Dec. 16,
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
sofas, TVs, DVD
players, gliders, fer-

Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity of
Plant City meets at 7:30 p.m.
on the third Thursday of the
month at the 'First United
Methodist Church Wesley
Center. Call Don Rainard,

Square-dancing lessons
Square dances and square
dancing lessons are offered on
a regular basis at Strawberry
Square, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
Information: 752 0491 or

Florida A&M Alumni
The Florida A&M Univer-
sity National Alumni Associ-
ation's Plant City chapter
meets every fourth Monday
at 6:30 p.m. at Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church,
911 E. Warren St. Call: Bea
Crowell, 752-0451.

PCHS Class of 1951
The Plant City High School
Class of 1951 meets the
second Tuesday of the month
at the Ramada Inn, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Call: 752-8479.

PCHS Class of 1953
The Plant City High
School Class of 1953 meets
the second Tuesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m. at Tony's
Airside Restaurant at the
Lakeland Airport. Call: 752-
6317 or 633-0029.



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We need to

stay in Iraq
What should we do in Iraq?
Should we stay? Should we
I for one believe that we
should stay so that the people
of Iraq have the same opportu-
nity our founding fathers gave
us when they came to an
unknown place and estab-
lished what is now known as
the greatest country in the
world. We enjoy the freedom as

a result of thousands upon
thousands of men and women
laying there lives down in the
name of each one of us. It will
be said that we have no
business in the Middle East. I
am sure it was also said that
our founding fathers had no
business in this country when
they first arrived.
Our armed forces are trying
to free a country and give many
generations to come a place to
live without the fear of being
murdered for their beliefs,
without the fear of wives and
women being raped and

treated as objects; basically a
chance to live without fear.
The Middle East has been in
turmoil since the beginning of
time. Maybe it is our God-given
responsibility to finally bring
freedom to a region which does
not even understand the word.
I have never traveled to the
Middle East but I would say
that most American's will not
be booking their next vacation
to anywhere in that region. It
does not take much to figure
out why; fear.
Do most Americans really
believe that changing a region

of the world would only take
three to five years? Look back
at our history and check to see
just how long it took for this
country to become the United
States of America. If 9/11
occurred every other week in
this country I believe we would
want someone and everyone to
come to our rescue and to help
us with our problems. I think
we owe it to our neighbors to
give them the gift of freedom.
This cannot be accomplished
via the Internet.
Brad Sparkman
Plant City

Schools Need To Put Safety First

T hey stood overlooking the stone wall and stared. A
curled American flag at half-staff flapped in front
of them. Even though they were just 500 feet from
Victoria Street and Meade, the only sound was the

About 50 Brandon High
School students spent their
afternoon outside the school
grieving the loss of Camden
White, who was killed last week
when a car struck him in the
pedestrian crosswalk only a few
feet from the school grounds.
Five days a week, 15-year-old
Camden White risked his life to
get to school. The path to
Brandon High School for him
was a dangerous one. There
wasn't school warning signs
posted and no 15 mph school
zone speed restrictions. There
were no crossing guards that
could have helped him maneu-
ver through the pedestrian
crosswalk and the maze of cars
that zip past the school with its
posted 35 mph speed limit.
High school students aren't
supposed to die. They are
supposed to hang out with



friends, tease their sister,
challenge their parents and
respect their teachers. They are
supposed to graduate from
high school, discover the
world, get married and watch
with joy as their own children
grow into teenagers.

Camden White will never
experience those times because
of a senseless, "never-should-
have-happened" casualty at
that terrifying school crossing at
Victoria and Meade Streets.
Teenagers represent the
future of our society -- and when
one dies suddenly, the commu-
nity mourns, society suffers.
When the bell rings at 7:23
each weekday morning,
Brandon High School becomes
humanity in motion. Scores of
students scurrying to get to
school on time some running
at full speed, others clutching
the hands of friends scatter
toward the street.
Mixing rushing students
fearing a tardy slip and a 3-day
suspension with busy streets is
a dangerous proposition -- and
one that proved fatal for
Camden White.
Have you driven by Victoria
and Meade Streets when
children are going to or from
school? It's the most dangerous
place at Brandon High School
in the morning and afternoon.
One pathetic aspect of this
tragedy is that the absence of

school crossing signs at this
intersection is no oversight.
The school administrators and
Hillsborough County have
been given notice of the danger
of this street crossing for years.
How is it that no one school
administrators, the school's
police resource officer, Hills-
borough County, or the school
board thought to concern
themselves with the safety of
students at this intersection?
While we continue to hear
rhetoric about how school
administrators are pursuing
standards for all children,
benchmarking achievement,
achieving professional develop-
ment for staff and planning
capital improvements how
about the safety of our children?
Our children need the
support of free-thinking,
responsible adults to look out
for their best interest, and that
includes their safety.
It should be our first priority.

Editor's note: Jerry Lofs-
trom is a Plant City business-

Looking For A Little Borrowed Light For My Children

ihose who read this space, even occasionally,
understand that there are no secrets in my family.
The joy, the sadness, the hope and the struggle,
it's all paraded across a half-dozen editorial pages
each week as if the lights were on at Maul Hall and we
had left the living room curtains wide open.

There's a purpose, of course,
behind such an open book. I
believe we are all, fundamen-
tally, cut from the same cloth
and I know that there is much
we can learn from one another.
So I'm willing to share what is
going on in the hope that such
open dialogue willenrich us all.
I'm not the same person that I
was a decade ago, last year, or
yesterday even, and neither are
you. My prayer is that we can
grow together.
Life, both at its best and at its
worst, is a series of encapsu-
lated moments, often weighty
and profound, seldom what we
expect. Sometimes these
moments come all crowded
together and sometimes quite
often in fact they stand on top
of one another so your emo-


tions can't begin to know how
to take it all in. And so either
way you cry.
It was like that this past
week. Last Tuesday we said
goodbye to a great friend and

mentor, Dee Marsh, one of the
great American women of her
time. Dee was a courageous
social activist, a compelling
Christian and a faithful friend.
She was one of the most
principled people I have ever
known and she is already
profoundly missed. Missed not
only by her community of faith
and family, but also by a list of
luminaries who knew and
respected Dee including
former presidents and some of
the most successful business-
people in the world.
Then this week, again on a
Tuesday, our son, Andrew,
received his degree from the
University of Central Florida.
Again with the tears.
When Andrew graduated
from high school, I published
"An open letter to my son" in
The Tampa Tribune. Getting to
that point was not easy, I
wrote: "You have, I believe,
stretched us to the limit, even
beyond at times. Yet I would
not exchange the experience of
raising such a son for anything
in the world."

At that juncture, in 2001,1 I
left it like this: "We leave it to -
you, Andrew; we leave the
potentiality and possibility of a
life charged and packed with
the resourceful spirit of the
Creator in your 18-year-old
grasp. God has given us so
much, and all he asks of you is
to allow him to continue to be
your guide."
Today our college grad is one
of the finest young men I have
the privilege of knowing. He
not only stands near the top of
his class, but he has developed
a heart for generosity and
service that has taken him from
challenging child care to
Mississippi hurricane relief to
Central American missions.
Andrew has already turned
down job offers that paid more
than I ever earned teaching,
and (note this, teachers at
Durant High School) he hasn't
seen a C since his last semester
as a Cougar. Yes, I'm bragging,
but believe me we've earned it.
My wife, Rebekah, and Lare so
proud we could pop.
See MAUL, Page 28

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KEVIN BRADY/Staff photo
Youngsters can hardly contain their delight as they get a chance to rub shoulders with Florida Strawberry Festival Queen Hannah Hodge; First Maid Ilene Chavez and
court members Megan Shelley, Kayla Gaschler and Julie Boback.

Queen, Court Surprise Party Guests

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It's hard to top Santa at this
time of year, but that's just
what the Strawberry Queen
and her court did Dec. 8 when
they showed up at the home
of Danny and Danna Coton.
The family was hosting a
small Christmas party for
friends of their daughter,
Courtney, a regular gathering
at their Walden Lake home.
The girls were enjoying
holiday crafts and finger
foods when Plant City royalty
arrived in their matching red
signature gowns, much to the
delight of the young ladies.
Danny and Danna outbid
everyone at the Diamonds &
Denim Gala earlier this year
for the right to have the queen
and her court come to the
party. Money raised at the
Gala, sponsored by the South
Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation, benefits hospital
outreach programs.

Photo courtesy of Teresa Armbruster

Love lights old memories
One of the nicest evenings
of the year is the annual
Lights of Love sponsored by
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation. New and familiar
faces come together at McCall
Park for the event, which was
held Nov. 30.
Like many, Plant City has
become my adopted home-
town for 31 years! I claim
some ties here, however, as
my grandmother 's family
lived out of a wagon near
Crystal Springs and slept
under the stars when she was
a child. My grandfather

traveled from Everglades City
to Plant City by train, then
walked up the railroad tracks
to Crystal Springs to court
young Marilea Summerall.
I feel blessed that my oldest
grandchild was born here and
two Rob and Kate are a
mixture of old and new Plant
City families.
I was reminded of this
blessing when I saw Helene
and Brooks Branch at the
lighting ceremony, with their
daughter Marsha Wright,
granddaughter, Michelle
Diem, and great grandson,
See BRIGGS, Page 21

Photo courtesy of South Florida
Baptist Hospital
Above, Leola W. McDonald,
Auxilian of the Quarter. At
left, Jim Buzbee, Jodi Smith
and Danny Coton enjoy a
little holiday spirit. Below,
Helene and Brooks Branch,
Marsha Wright, Michelle Diem
and son Cameron enjoy Lights
of Love.


Photos courtesy of Plant City Garden Club
Kerri and Ben Knox, of 913 Roux St., took the Plant City Garden Club's Garden of the Month award
for December. Above, from left, are Vivian Devlin, Kerry and Ben Knox, Cassandra Banning, Penny
Bragg and the Knox children, Carly, Carson and Robbie.

Knox Garden Sets Gold Standard

SMadisyn Alexis Becker


Dad, Mom
and Big Sister Ashlee


Plant City Garden Club
Elegant yet charming and
cozy. That is the impression
one gets when looking at the
home and garden of Kerri and
Ben Knox, 913 Roux St.
A two-story house with
stately white columns, the
semi-circular driveway is
echoed by the semi-circular
brick steps leading up to the
front door. The front plantings
follow the symmetrical design
of the front of the house with
potted topiaries on either side
of the entrance and podocar-
pus flanking each side of the
steps. A low hedge spreads out
along the house to each of the
corners with lantana, fern and
hibiscus happily nestled up
against it in just the right
Out into the yard and to the
left is a plump pillow.of plum-
bago surrounding a multi-lan-
tern light post, which lights
the driveway leading straight
back to the garage.
On the opposite side of the
driveway, a white split rail
fence is the back drop to a
crepe myrtle while, hugging
the left side of the house, is a
lacy-leafed camphor tree, a
hibiscus and a fabulous 12-
foot, shiny-leafed tree that
looks like something you
might get if you planted a
giant avocado pit.
There used to be an
enclosed breezeway between
the garage and the house and
Kerri and Ben opened that up

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The Knox family have made their garden elegant, but welcoming
and cozy, according to Plant City Garden Club judges.

leaving just the roof part of the
breezeway spanning the dis-
tance between the house and
garage, artfully keeping the
two edifices connected, yet
separate. This also allows a
delightful brick walkway to
meander through, while
inviting guests and family to
follow past a little fountain
and pocket gardens laden with
Xanadu, pentas, ferns, sago
palms and roebelenii palm
until reaching the enchanting
patio in the back of the house.
The patio, with tables and
chairs, is surrounded by a
variety of shrubs, crotons,
Aztec grass, a tall palm tree
and large cut leafs.
The multi-purposed back-
yard area is where Kerri and
Ben's children twins Carly
and Carson and older son
Bobby have plenty of space

for fun. Half of the yard has
been reclaimed from what
used to be a full-sized tennis
court. That half is now a carpet
of lawn under a beautiful old
live oak ringed with hibiscus
and fern.
The other half of the tennis
court remains, but has been
covered with a rubber pad-
ding, which provides an ideal
place for basketball practice
as well as other games and
activities; and a great chain-
linked fence, almost as tall as
the house, is at the property's
edge to make sure a ball won't
go out of the yard. The icing
on the cake is if the Knox chil-
dren want even more room to
play, they have their grand-
parents' yard right next door.
Grandmother Nell Dempsey is
also a previous garden award

Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground


Staff Report
City officials broke ground on the Laura
Street Estates Affordable Housing project Dec.
The project will see the construction of
affordable housing with buyers pitching in
during the building process.
Diggs & Diggs of Plant City will supervise the
construction of the homes. However, buyers
will be contributing 300 hours of sweat equity,
which will help lower the overall construction
costs of the homes, resulting in sales prices
about $20,000 belaw those of similar homes.
Jim McDaniel, the city's community services
director, said the goal is to build 10 houses.

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"Five are ready to proceed at this time,"
McDaniel said. "The Plant City Community
Development Corp. is trying to get other poten-
tial homebuyers qualified and the city is still
seeking the acquisition of lots; we have
acquired two more and have purchase con-
tracts on two other parcels."
The project is a joint effort of Hillsborough
County's Housing and Community Code
Enforcement Department, the Plant City Com-
munity Services Department and Plant City
Community Development Corp.
This project is funded in part with grant
assistance provided by the Community Devel-
opment Block Grant Program under the U. S.
Department of Housing and Urban Develop-

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without the exceedingly generous support of
The David & M.I. Falk Fund
Jacarlene Foundation
Marine Towing of Tampa
New York Yankees Tampa Foundation
TECO Energy Inc.
Walter Industries Inc.

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Itlibt, 56 42.11'
Bethany: 9804 Harney Rd,
Thonotosassa, 986-5771
Calvary Fellowship:
1110 N. Gordon St., 752-5005
Christian Life Assembly:
3120 S. MillerRd., 657-4802
Dover First: SR 574 & Pettie Rd,
Faith Temple: 1-4 at Hillsborough-Polk
ounntl linh' "T2.0532
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01i5l futrl ei (rrek Rd. -3" 1012
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(ounrnli e ,Rd. "54. 6089
Sidni.-. S.rdne, Rd. 1-'70 mi. E
f tdneidu -akner Rd. 659.0532
Turke' (reek:
lurkey (reek Rd. "5'i-5 "2

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.. of SR 60. "3'"'.39
iltuia Baptist: 222 .lafia /hun-lb Rd.
634 i5
.Antioch: Horton Rid "tF-..321
Berea. R 39 S. "3J'1232
IBelian: Cork Rd. "52 9209
Belliel. 04- If Renfro S/. '"5--.2239
Heulab: ll/cn & ('ounti line Rd,
tilhia. ".-l- 1122
Bible. (harlie 6riffin Rd.
Burlnwood Temple: Euclid Dr &
SR 5"4. "52-*382
(ahary Free 11il:
353)9 rapnell Rd I.
(edar 6rtve: E. Ae'.tille Rd.

Central of l iltia:
Pineerest & Aht siille Rd
(hurch on the Rok:
.301 .lsobmok. "52.."4i
(mnmunitv vhrivsilan:
1310 .%. Shannon.lie. '54.5.J8.5
(ra'smonds: SR .9 5. Pinecrest.
Countmrisde Raptst C(hurch.
13322 5idnel Rd.. 5"1.8266
D(rer First- \ ,allagher Rd.
taslside. 1318i calmoun St.
fast tlonotosassa: ,iknlosh
SKnighls-6riffin Rd. 986. -346
1ailh temple Primlhive
808 IR. a.hli/nglon 51. -546661
Firsl Baptit churchh of Iliduar:
Midum, Rd. "52. 2109
Finrs Baptist lilhia:
Intemreclion ojf 5Rj9 &
Silthia.-Pinecres l Rd. "';"-1121
First Plant (ih,:
503 %. Panter. *'52-4104
tIrst Ilonotosassa slissionar:
iclnlosb Rd. 986 456
Harmnum Baptis Chun-h
60A8 Knights griffin Rd. 986-'165
Ilopewtet er, 56". 554
Open ell. SR 39 5. '".-3053
KnLights: Paul Iluchman Iin.,

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Ilount ,nial'i tfrreen ill:
lui rren In.hl.on m 1 "V i 4 9"
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2042 (uolonRdil 14-li91
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Ilapllt (Illut'h"
1101 ll/nel Do'r Rd.ihei
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jO'l J anielf.s Rd. "2 ;WM9
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fOnklniiod lirpil R.I. "'5 5i499
Plant liU4 Priumtti e.
509 N. Evers S1, 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First:
Turkey Creek Rd, 737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905 W. Ten-ace Dr:, 754-7445
Springhead: S. Wiggins Road,
St. Luke Missionary:
108S. WarnellSt, 754-4992
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t3.'3". 122,
furkel (reek t'irt
lrapnell Rdi. 2"i "80I
I victory Ifissiionar Ilaki Rd
Kelcomne Baptist. 113(0II lelconue
(hun-h 51. (3; i 3".-226.
fes/side. 2503 Ii. 6ranhfeld lie.
Ihilelmurst Rit 90W ,1. t11hlteliurst Rd.

little nion. 15510 (ounti' Rd I9.
lilhia. 634--"'54
Salem Prini/lit e.
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Cork: Cork Road. "52-1521
laura it. .510 F. Munira St.
Spring/head. Iigglns Rd., "5-1485

ID .u'. iFli-' l' Lhrill
tir!l: 2108 llhontolassa Rd.

(orn,-rslon (bChrisliair
.tclntosh Rd. ,Nq of R 5"

'eu. 6ince: 121-4 f. Lalnrai St

iClevieljni Tern I
aoi'eri. Dowuing St. 659-2901
Plan C(it: 2103 Mudlake Rd. '52. 591
htrkey (reek: Turker Creek Rd
at SR60, "3"-1331
1"02 %. larlor Rd. 986-1916

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AinsnUa, trirl: 21808 Kingsnar v.N..
eiffner. 65"-5l. "0
First. ,. ordon aml Baker St.
Gospel tabernamle: lien .3 Haines St

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1112 \ lWhleter Sl.
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Restoration Assembly:
106 S. Evers St.
Evangelists forJesus Tabernacle:
SR 574, E. of Dover; 659-0102 -

Calvary Chapel Plant City:
1310 North Shannon Ave., 892-0510
Covenant Bible Church:
1001 F Blokeriv V
Not/.. 20o. "- 1 I1
Dtepe' (iU ./i7o sb/hipi.
(1 ouilla Rd. 11 /l R { \
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2101 Ihnd lake Rd. "i5260("

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(burch of the ,\a-arene
2 ill2 1udlake Road. "52-'8i5j

Full Gospel Fellowuship-
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Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 Sainonds Ri. "5 .35S3

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110g ,. franklin St. '5982'"0
Imnplu't family worship (enter-
.le'ets at Seffner Fleitentanr
School. 65".'914
Aainos International
(burch no Florida:
902 1. RenJo 51. '6-1.0929
lampta Bible fellonrship
10201 Hillsbiroumgh Ire. "54.26."4
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3820 .loore'. lake Rd. Dovier. 659.0123

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3301 (lemons Rd. '5f-'"088
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803 U. Itahonel it. "5'-6123

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(hunh Rd. 659 .301
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111)2 ilter St1. "-58i0

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1 10" tlarlie Griffin Rd. '59.9383
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2914 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, Valrico,

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john R tinkle BulldinR
120b north h Park Rd.. "59.92'"


3505 Lone Oak Road,Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10 00 AM
Morning Worship- I 00 A
Evening Worship 6.00 PM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00 P.RM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor



Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sundais at 9-00 a am
Sunday Worship Services
10-15 a m. andc 6 00 p m.
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Scrapbc.oking Club -
Wednesday Worship 6 15 p.m.
Acthi.tl'S lor C1iol.lr.e-r
& Students 6-00 p.m.
905 W Terrace Dr. .:.i ,,., ,.,,.:,..... ,

St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass-

Sunday Masses

7am &10:30am

8:30am & 7pm

1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563 IN
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St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813)754-1237 or (813)478-1185

Turkey C-eek
First Baptist Chttrch
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Trinity United
Methodist Church
-402 Ene/shi St..
Plant Ca'
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am

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Brandon Ellzey:

Westside Baptist Church

Brandon Ellzey, youth
pastor at Westside Baptist
Church, hasn't been in town
long enough to decorate, but
he does have a handwritten
copy of Hebrews, chapter 11,
pinned to his wall. His uncle
David wrote it out before he
died just a few short weeks
"He and my dad are my
heroes," he said. "He was
always praying for me. The
last thing he ever told me was
'I'm proud of you.'"
For more information
about Westside Baptist, call

Q: How long have you been
on board?
A: We got here two weeks
before Thanksgiving.
Q: Why Plant City?
A: I was associate pastor at
my home church in Living-
stone, La., when God called
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raised in Livingstone. My dad
works in a chemical plant as a
supervisor and my mom's a
registered nurse.
Q: When did God call you?
A: I loved politics, but
something was pulling at me.
I was teaching Sunday-school
and helping out with the
youth, but God was at me
"You're either going to do
what I say or it's going to start
costing you." I needed to
surrender and in 20041 finally
quit running.
Q: Do you have a family?
A: I married my high school
sweetheart, Melanie Wells, at
18. We have a 6-year-old
daughter, Brooke, and a 4-
year-old son, Brandon.
Q: What's your vision?
A: God is moving. There's
tremendous potential here. I
don't have a small-church
mentality. We're looking for
God to do some great things. I
want our young people to be
like Christ, and His ministry
was about serving others.
That's my vision. I've come to
love this community. I'm just
being patient, the first of the
year we're going to come out
Q: What makes your
program unique?
A: I'm not going to try to
attract kids with pizza parties

and games. 1 love games and
we have fun, but I teach
straight out of the Bible and
we'll learn that first. We teach
the real thing, real Christian-
ity that's going to last.
Q: Do you have a scripture
to share?
A: What we're about is
revolution against the status
quo; revolution not as hostile
take-over but as an inward
takeover. We're called to be
different. Philippians 3:21:
"We look for the Savior, the
Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall
change our vile body, that it
may be fashioned like unto
his glorious body, according
to the working whereby he is
able even to subdue all things
unto himself."

Q: Do you watch television?
A: I'm a sports nut. ESPN is
burnt .on my TV screen. I like
college. I'm an SEC fan.
Florida whooped us (LSU)
and I'm glad to see them get a
shot at the national title

Q: What do you do for fun?
A: Anything outdoors. I love
to fish and I love to play golf.
But I'm a family man, I'm a
homebody; any chance I get
to be home and with the kids.

Q: What's missing this time
of year?
A: Christ, without a doubt.
We leave Jesus out and it's His
birthday. He wants something
for Christmas and what He
wants is us.

Q: What are your goals for
the New Year?
A: I want the church to
grow in spirit and knowledge
and truth as well as numbers.
I'm overwhelmed with the
potential around here, there
are so many reached kids
(who are not being reached)
and my goal is to teach and
preach the truth.
Q: What gives you joy?
A: To see a kid finally have
the light come on; to get that
they need to be saved;
especially a young man. You
can reach a young lady a lot
easier than you can a teenage
Q: Who would like to visit
with over lunch?
A: Rick Warren. I'd love to
spend some quality time with
Q: Who's your Bible hero?
A: Timothy. I see myself as
a young Timothy.
Q: Are you optimistic about
the future?
A: Very. I know what the
Bible says it's going to get
worse and worse and harder
and harder. But that's a good
sign. It means it's time we get
about the work because the
end is near. God's doing
something in this church.

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First Baptist offerings
The following events will be
offered by First Baptist Church
of Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
Men's study and prayer
group meets Mondays at 7
a.m. at BuddyFreddys.
+ Men's study and prayer
group meets Tuesdays at 7
a.m. at the Collins Street Res-
taurant, 712 S. Collins St.
Call: 752-4104.
Free classes for those who
have gone through a divorce
or are facing divorce is offered
Sunday from 5 to 6:15 p.m.
Call: 752-4104.

First United Methodist Church
The First United Methodist
Church of Plant City, 303 N.
Evers St., has the following

Sunday: Communion
service at 8 a.m. in the chapel;
a contemporary worship
service at 9 a.m. in the Wesley
Centre, Wheeler and Reynolds
streets; Sunday school for
children and adults at 10 a.m.
with a traditional worship
service at 11 a.m. in the sanc-
Wednesday: Prayer group
meets at 10 a.m.; youth group
meets from 6 to 8 p.m. with
dinner at 6:30 p.m.; prime
time dinner 6 p.m.; adult Bible
study 7 p.m.; adult hand bell
rehearsal at 6:30 p.m. and
adult choir rehearsal 7:30
Call: 752-3519.

Parenting support group
The Most Holy Mother of

God Orthodox Catholic
Church, 3820 Moores Lake
Road in Dover, plays host to a
parenting support group the
last Tuesday of each month
from 7 to 9 p.m.
The class includes first aid
and safety tips for parents.
Call: 659-0123.

Faith Family Outreach Church
Faith Family Outreach
Church of Plant City, a multi-
cultural word-based faith
ministry, offers worship serv-
ices Sundays at 10 a.m. at
Hillsborough Community
College's John R. Trinkle
Center, 1206 N. Park Road
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A Year in Recreation

& Parks

January-March: PCRPD/Optimist Youth Basketball Program, eight
weeks, ages 8-16, 500 participants on 46 teams.
ianuari, Dr. Mit nn thither King It. F-sti\,al. all ages, Dr. Martin
Liutht'l kiJrip r Recreationii Ce [nter
fnui.ir 'fI.,uI h .i-.I etbJ l lT.-StI r .IIill; L npetiti, e- a 8-e 1.-1, 75

ianuarv-IJuit.-: Plnt City litie League baseball., T-hall and girls .oft-
ball, more than 85o participants
Ianuiar y-Lfun: A\U Ba'eball teams ai ious date< and times, eight
i- ibiariy-Nlarch: Florida. \routh Soecei Hgepion IC Regiron Cup toLi-
lnaiirlll ,age' ,-12., 1 1(1 p iatiLipll'. on 4 i ti amn ..
March: Berry Boogie ':-.k ak nd I- nile ftin run. more than iO par tici-
Mlar-h: Start martl Golf Lit v-lopninit Program. ages 5-7. i weeks,
.six date, 15 parent '-hild tearnms
M..trch-Mai. Adult Basketball League. adults. 1111.1 participants on 10
March--May.: PCRPD Adult Co-Ed Soccer Piroijramsi. lit0 participant'
on fouir team-.
March-June: PCRPD; Opnmii't Youth s'.ccer Pro-gr:im. age, 4-19.
1,551U participant'. on 11 team-.
March-Luly: \\est Central Florida Cricket League. eight home
.\pri. Ea.ter egg hunt age' 3- i 1, :50. participants..
April: Ea'.ter parade in the paik and egg hunt at Nlane B. Ellis Pal k
Apinl: een Lock-In at the Plant City Famil\v YMCA. ages 12-18. 100
par incipanrts.
May: Youth Soccer I ri-Star skills completion, ages 6-1-1, 110 parni -
iJune: Challenger Sport' British Socte Louith soccerr camp, one
ueek, age-, 6-16t. 5Ii participant's.
J lune-Augui: Smnimer Youth Enrichment Program. eight weeks.
ages 6- 15, more than 4001 partu'ipants.
lune-August: Aduld Basketball League. adults. 10 players on 18
teams;. 180 participants.
Julyv Fourth of July Celebration and firework., Plant City Stadium,
standing-room-only croivd of 6.700 inside and coundeess thousands in
the parking lot and surrounding roads and parking lots.
luly-December: Plant Cirty Dolphins Youth Tackle Football &l
Cheerleaders. five teains, practice. three or four days a week.
July 2005 to May 2006: Plant City Area Soccer Club Lancer's, prac-
tices n\o to three days a week, four youth teams,. more than 50 players.
Ai.-guit-November- A\UJ Baseball.'Competitive SolIba1ll. more than
300 practice/game dates, eight southh teams, more than 75 players.
August-November: Plant City USSSA Baseball. 200 youth partici-
August 2005 to March 2006: Plant City Area Soccer Club Lancers
Competitive Soccer, 30 home games, four youth teams, more than 50
August-Decembet: Plant City Dolphins Tackle Football & Cheer-
leaders. 30 home games, five teams, more than 200 participants.
September-October: Start Smart Sports Development Program.
ages 3-5, six weeks, 15 parent/child teams.
September-November: PCRPD. Optimist Nouth Flag Football Pro-
grain, 400 participants on 40 teams, 155 games.
September-November: High School W\.inter League baseball. three
September-Noxember: PCRPD Adult Co-Ed Soccer Program, 60
participants on four teams.
September 2005 to April 2006: Plant City Pumas Over-40 adult
soccer, 10 home games for 18 players.
September-October: junior Ceramics class, ages 8-10. 24 partici-
September: Youth NFL'Pepsi Punt-Pass-Kick football skills com-
petition, ages 8- 15. 54 participants
October: Plant City Area Soccer Club Lancers Competitive Soccer,
UJ12 age group jamboree, eight teams.
October-November- Holiday Crafts class. 25 participants.
October 2005 to March 2006. Active ,.eniors field trip'., age'. 55 and
older, 16 trips and more than 400 participants.
October: lackoburv Hlalloween four e ening event and Trick or
Treat Pirate Island Halloween night event with more than 2,000 partic-
ipant, -
November: Youth tackle football league cheer-off at Plant City Sta-
dium, 1,000 attendees from eight teams.
November 2005 to April 21.106: Winter Visitor Club. 50 participant's.
December: kVinter Light', Spectacular at McCall Park, F iday and
Saturday ISnow Mountain Day1, all ages, 350 participants..
December: Christmas in the Park, Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. Recre-
ation Center. 150 youngsters.
December 2005 to March 2006: Liga Futbol Plant City (adult
Hispanic Competitive Soccer League). 12 weeks, more than 150 games.
430 participants on 24 reams.
December: Santa's Calling. volunteer Santas calls youths registered
by parents, 200 participants.
December: Sun Bowl Soccer Tournament. youngsters from all
across the nation, one of 14 sites in Central Florida, 52 games, 360 play-
ers on 20 teams.

The department also helps run the following programs year-round:
youth fishing derbies; adult softball leagues; teen activities at the Plant-
een Recreation Center and the Dr. Martin Luther King Ir. Recreation
Center; progranuning at the Plant City Tennis Center; belly dancing; tai
chi and ceramic classes; senior aerobics; yoga; lazzercise; rae kwon do;
Strawberry Stitchers; teen and kids' nights out.

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The Recreation and Parks Department's "Jackoberry" Halloween festival drew more
than 2,000 visitors, more than double the original estimate.

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City proper and its environs.
"It's a very unique opportunity for a
city to have literally a virgin forest in the
middle of an urban area. You can get out
there and forget you're anywhere near a
city or a sprawling suburban setting,"
Dicks said. "Jackobury was a terrific
family-oriented festival that provided a
safe environment for the kids. It also
began our utilization of the urban forest
as part of our entire parks project."
The department also is responsible for
the decorative winter scenes and 12 tons
of "snow" brought in to accentuate the
annual Winter Lights Spectacular in
McCall Park, which sits in the heart of
Plant City's historic downtown district.
Events such as those advanced by the
recreation department reflect "the
southern comfort of what towns were
like back in the country years ago," said
"Radical" Randy Akers, a Plant city
resident, Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce member and celebrity
motorcycle enthusiast and promoter.
"If you watch the Jimmy Stewart
movie 'It's A Wonderful Life,' it reminds
you of that, that Plant City is a lot like
Bedford Falls," Akers said at this month's
Bike Fest in McCall Park, where the
winter lights served as a seasonal
backdrop. "You have to remember, we're
an old town and we have the old way of
life and I think our lights and decora-
tions prove that we're old-town people."
He noted that the people who work for
the recreation department are "the
behind-the-scenes people who don't get
enough credit for what they do."
Chamber president Marion Smith
"We have an excellent recreation
department," she said. "They put on
activities for the youth all year-round.
And I heard a lot of great comments
about their three-day Jackobury event at
Stephen Rossiter, the department's
special events coordinator, said the idea
for Jackobury was brainstormed at a
one-hour dinner that turned into four
hours. Significant input was given by
Morgan Malice of country station
WQYK-FM (99.5), who coined the term,
Rossiter said his division's goal is to
stage an event once a month that draws
Plant Citians together.
"We definitely like to try tQ keep the ,

community involved, providing
interesting events through which the
community can come together and
enjoy themselves in their own commu-
nity without having to go to Tampa or
Brandon," Rossiter said.
The division likes to add a new event
each year, and is considering lawn
mower races next May. Everything from
push mowers with bubbles for toddlers
to tractor pulls for farmers would be
included, Rossiter said. Individuals
would be able to "soup up" their lawn
mowers to join the drag racing festivities
as well, while lawn care companies
would compete in their own category.
Thousands likely would turn out for
the event, should it go forward, and
that's based on the department's solid
track record of drawing residents out of
their home for community connections.
This year's Fourth of July festivities,
including carnival games, vendors and a
$35,000 fireworks display, attracted
some 6,700 people to Plant City Stadium.
Thousands more watched on side streets
throughout the city.
The department also oversees the
city's annual Easter egg hunt that this
year drew about 2,500 people, including
850 children. Some 20,000 plastic eggs
were hidden for the event.
Interviewed before he learned of his
department's selection as Person of the
Year, Holland said his department is
always working to add to the quality of
life in Plant City.
"Plant City is a unique community. It's
held on to its small-town charm forever.
As we grow, we want to try to hold on to
that small-town feel, where you know
everybody and everybody gets along. We
try to fit in with that by providing
opportunities for people to become
healthier, both mentally and physically,
and part of your mental health is getting
out and enjoying things. We want people
mingling and being part of the commu-
nity, rather than just going off and doing
their own thing."
Smith, like Akers, finds the recreation
department passionate about its work,
which includes two annual fishing
derbies, in June and September, and the
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Festival at the
MLK Recreation Center in January.
"I think it's more than just a job for
them," Smith said. "I think they genu-.
inely care, because their events are
quality. They go all out for the kids. The
get a lot of volunteers and I don't think
you can get that many volunteers unless
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Grace United Methodist
Grace United Methodist
Church, 1801 E. Cherry St.,
offers meet-and-greet time
Sunday at 9 a.m.; morning
service at 9:30; and Sunday
school at 10:45. The church
also offers choir, bells and
Bible study on Wednesdays
beginning at 6 p.m.
Family night is the third
Friday of each month at 6:30
Call: 659-3718.

Hope worship schedule
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, has wor-
ship 8 and 10:30 a.m. and
Family Bible Hour, with
classes available for ages 2
through adult, at 9:15 on Sun-
Call: 752-4622.

Bible study
The Lakes Clubhouse, 723
E. Sam Allen Road, hosts a
Bible study Wednesdays from

8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Call: 752-

Shiloh Baptist Church
Shiloh Baptist Church, 1104
W. Cason St., offers Sunday
school for all ages Sundays at 9
a.m.; Sunday worship services
at 10:15 a.m. and 6 p.m.; and
Wednesday night worship at
Activities for children and
students start at 6.
Call: 752-8345.

Salem Primitive Baptist
Salem Primitive Baptist
Church, 14402 Salem Church
Road, meets Sundays at 10:30
Call: 752-9548.

Divine Family Worship Center
The nondenominational
Divine Family Worship Center
offers services Sundays at 11:
15. a.m. at the Comfort Inn,
2003 S. Frontage Road.
Call: 643-8989.

Teen Bible study
Teen Bible study and values
discussions are offered the
first and third Monday of each
month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the
Plant City Family YMCA's
youth extension site, 1507
YMCA Place. Call: 757-6677.

METS Ministries
METS Ministries, 1102 E.
Laura St., offers restoration
and healing services the first
and third Sunday of every
month at 6:30 p.m.
Each service will feature a
different speaker.
Call: Edith Langston, 759-
0607, or 754-1096.

St. Clement services
St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
hosts its Saturday vigil Mass
from 4 to 5 p.m. Call: 752-

Mount Olive events
Mount Olive Baptist
Church, 604 W. Ball St., offers
the following outreach serv-

A free hot meals ministry
Tuesday and Thursdays from
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
A food pantry is open
weekdays from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m. Call: 754-3834.

Unity Christ
Unity Christ Church, 1119
N. Gordon St., offers adult
Sunday school at 10 a.m. fol-
lowed by the 11 a.m. service
and youth Sunday school.
Ongoing classes are offered
Wednesday mornings and
Thursday evenings.
Also, a potluck dinner is
offered the first Sunday of
every month after the service.
Call: 659-2624.

Ministry seeks donations
METS Ministries' New
Beginnings program is seeking
beds, couches and other
household items to assist
needy families.
The ministry also is in need
of a truck to facilitate pick up
and delivery of donated items.
The ministry is continuing its
program of offering clothes,

nonperishable foods, emer-
gency shelter and prescription
drugs and is seeking dona-
tions of riding mowers for its
lawn mowing program.
All gifts are tax deductible.
Call: Edith Langston, 754-1096
or 759-0607.

Eastside Baptist Church
Eastside Baptist Church,
1318 E. Calhoun St., offers a
Sunday Bible study from 9:30
to 10:30 a.m.; morning wor-
ship at 10:45 (with children's
church) and evening worship
at 6. There is a Bible study for
all ages on Wednesday from 6
to 8:30 p.m.
Call: 754-2681.

Bible study at Trinity United
Trinity United Methodist,
402 W. English St., offers a
weekly Bible study course
every Wednesday morning at
The church also hosts a dis-
cipleship class Wednesdays
from 7 to 8 p.m. Books for the
course are $10 each and can
be ordered from the church.
Call: 752-9316.




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Festival Finally Gets Their Girl In Gretchen


Staff Report
Gretchen Wilson, one of the hottest
stars in country music, will perform at
the Florida Strawberry Festival this
The "Redneck Woman" takes the
stage March 2 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for
the show are $20 and $25.
Wilson's inclusion was announced
Dec. 11 by festival officials who tradi-
tionally hold off on naming one of the
festival's big acts until the beginning of
The entertainment lineup for the

2007 festival was announced last
month. At that time, officials would
only say another "top female country
artist" would be added to the bill.
"We've tried to get Gretchen for a
couple of years now, but the pieces
just didn't come together. Thank
goodness we were able to get her this
year," said Joe Newsome, chairman of
the festival's entertainment commit-
Wilson joins an all-star lineup at the
festival, which includes other country
and rock 'n' roll performers.
Also performing are Hootie & the
Blowfish, Little Richard, LeAnn Rimes
and Clint Black, among others.
The festival is planned for March 1-

The festival, which drew more than
600,000 visitors last year and is in its
72nd year, also will include parades,
entertainment, a midway, food booths,
and agricultural and livestock shows.
Gate admission, concert tickets and
strawberry shortcake tickets can be
ordered and printed with a home
computer and printer.
Tickets can still be bought at the
walk-up ticket window at the festival
grounds. -
There will be a $1 per ticket conven-
ience fee for tickets ordered online.
For concerts tickets, a computer will
automatically issue the next best avail-
able seat.
Online tickets will be available for
the duration of the festival.

The ticket office will be open
Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m.
to 4 p.m.
Advance gate admission is $8 for
ages 13 and older, and $4 for those 6 to
12. Children 5 and younger will be
admitted free with a paying adult.
Advance strawberry shortcake tickets
are $3.25.
To print out tickets at home, visit w
There is a 10 ticket per show limit.
Advance tickets can be purchased
until 4 p.m. on Feb. 28. After that,
ticket prices go up $1.
Strawberry shortcake tickets will not
be available online after Feb. 28.
Information: 752-9194 or visit www.

Concert Times, Prices

* March 1, 4 p.m., George Jones, $10 & $15
*March 1, 7:30 p.m., Clint Black, $15 & $20
* March 2, 4 p.m., Nashville Legends:
Barbara Fairchild & Bill Anderson, $10 & $15
* March 2, 7:30 p.m., Gretchen Wilson, $20 & $25
* March 3, 4 p.m., Mark Lowry, $10 & $15
* March 3, 7:30 p.m., Casting Crowns, $10 & $15
* March 4,4 p.m., Joe Nichols, $10 & $15
* March 4, 7:30 p.m., Martina McBride, $25 & $30
* March.5,4 p.m., Lee Greenwood, $10 & $15
* March 5, 7:30 p.m., LeAnn Rimes, $15 & $20
* March 6, 4 p.m., Ray Price, $10 & $15
* March 6, 7:30 p.m., Randy Travis, $10 & $15
* March 7, 4 p.m., Little Richard, $10 & $15
" March 7, 7:30 p.m., Kenny Rogers, $10 & $15
* March 8, 4 p.m., Oak Ridge Boys, $10 & $15
* March 8, 7:30 p.m., Oak Ridge Boys, $10 & $15
* March 9, 4 p.m., John Anderson, $10 & $15
* March 9, 7:30 p.m., Big & Rich & Cowboy Troy, $20 & $25
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* March 11, 7:30 p.m., Montgomery Gentry, $15 & $20
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Plant City, died Nov. 27.
She was a lifelong resident
of Plant City and a restaurant
manager. She is survived by
her parents, William and Mary
Jane of Plant City; brothers,
Michael and Steve, both of
Plant City; and two sisters,
Jennifer Lisle of Williamsburg,
Va., and Amy Pratt of Dacula,
Wells Memorial Funeral

Helen Wells Chason, 83, of
Plant City, died Nov. 28.
-She was a member of the
First Baptist Church of Plant
City; the Plant City Historical
Society; the Plant City Garden
Club; and was a hospital and
Strawberry Festival volunteer.
She is survived by two sons,.
Richard and Tom, both of Tal-
lahassee; a daughter, Carolyn
Mason of Tallahassee; a
brother, Harry Wells of States-
ville, N.C.; eight grandchildren;
and a great-granddaughter.
Wells Memorial Funeral

Bonita Baker Connell, 82, of
Plant City died, Nov. 28.
She was born in Muskegon,
Mich., and was a longtime
resident of Plant City. She was
a teacher's aide at Cork Ele-
mentary School and a
member of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
She is survived by two
daughters, Terri Fisher of
Dover and Joy of Plant City;
two sisters, Marva Nelson and
Marcia Lash, both of Muske-

gon; and two granddaughters.
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Ruby P. Jackson, 90, of Plant
City, died Nov. 29.
She was born in Hinesville,
Ga., and came here in 1932.
She was a homemaker.
She is survived by four sons,
Charles of Plant City, James 0.
of Archer, Irv of Mayo and
Glen of Lakeland; two daugh-
ters, Carrie Boatright of Live
Oak and Theresa Boatright of
Lakeland; a niece, Jeanette
Hennesy of Lakeland; 25
grandchildren; 41 great-
grandchildren; and two great-
Wells Memorial Funeral

Willard D. McGinnes, 95, of
Plant City, died Nov. 30.
He was born in Ocala and
moved from Lakeland to Plant
City in 1936.
He was the founder of
McGinnes .Lumber Co. and
started South Florida Baptist
Hospital, serving as chairman
of the board from 1954 to
1966. He was a member of the
board of directors and -board
of trustees until his death.,
In 1954, he helped establish
First Federal Savings & Loan,
now Sunshine State Federal
Savings & Loan. He was
elected to be the first chair-
man of the board and served
on the board for the rest of his
During World War II, he
was appointed East Hills-
borough chairman of the War
Bond committee and served

as a school trustee for Plant
City. He also served as presi-
dent and later director of the
East Hillsborough Chamber
of Commerce and also led the
Kiwanis Club. He received the
Ralph Davis Fellow and the
George Y. Hixon Fellow
awards honoring him for his
70 years of service.
In 1964, he was awarded
Plant City's highest civic honor,
being named Citizen of the
Year. He was an active member
of First Baptist Church of Plant
City for 70 years where he was a
deacon and served in many
capacities over the years. He is
survived by a daughter, Mary J.
Hoffman of Sarasota; a son,
Dub of Plant City; a sister,
Libbye Thompson; seven
grandchildren; and 13 great-
Hopewell Funeral Home.

Edith E. Owens, 75, of Dover
died, Dec. 1.
She was born in Lake City
* and came here 50 years ago.
She was a school system
cook and attended Bethany
Baptist Church. She is survived
by a daughter, Judy Joiner of
Dover; five grandchildren; and
three great-grandchildren.
Wells Memorial Funeral

John W. Carroll, 83, of Plant
City died, Dec. 2. He was born
in Murphy, N.C., and was a
truck driver. He was a Baptist.
He is survived by his wife, Elf-
leta; and a daughter, Christine
Kaiser of Lakeland.
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RUSKIN, FL The November 30 Grand
Opening of The Landings, a stunning new
clubhouse within the active adult community
of Riverside Club Golf & Boating Resort
reveals more than a spectacular new recreation
facility and performing arts venue, it unveils an
innovative new vision for a lifestyle that is far
from retiring.
Simply put, this is not your daddy's retirement
village, and Grand Opening incentives being
offered by developer American Land Lease on
low monthly lease payments and new home
values from $159,900 make this the time to buy.
The 22,000 square-foot recreation complex
boasts a pool-and-cabana complex, state-of-
the-art fitness facilities, saunas, nail salon,
spa treatment rooms, coffee bar, indoor
basketball courts, tennis courts, a private
theater, and a 586-seat performing arts center
that will treat residents to live performances by
national touring acts from stand-up comics to
good ol' rock & roll.

"Our Set for Life Lease is unique. It's
a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to lock
in a major cost of living, so residents
enjoy long-term financial security,
superior amenities and the luxury of a
low-maintenance lifestyle in a community
they can be proud to call home."
Robert Blatz,
President & COO, American Land Lease

The community's Anchor Inn is open to the
public for waterfront cocktails and dining with
spectacular water views.
Riverside Club ranks as the region's most
unbeatable waterfront value. The lavish array of
amenities is unprecedented for an "active adult"
community or almost any other master-planned
community in the Tampa Bay area. The high-
quality manufactured homes from 1,500 square
feet of air-conditioned living space start at
$159,900. A Set for Life Lease offer bundles
land costs, base property taxes, community
services and all-the amenities of this resort-style
community into a low monthly payment!

retirees seeks a lifestyle
focused on wellbeing and '
recreation, one that's that
more active and enriching
than ever before. We're
designing communities
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Set on a picturesque
stretch of the Little
Manatee River,, the
community has its own
18-hole golf course, and
a marina featuring 48 wet
slips and boat ramp with Ri
access to Tampa Bay and
the Gulf of Mexico.
The recently modernized Hayes Bayou
Riverfront Clubhouse features a popular bar and
grill with gorgeous water views. There's also a
pool, pro shop, tennis courts, game rooms and
a large banquet hall and ballroom with catering
kitchen. A full calendar of activities makes it
easy for residents to stay fit, have fun and make
new friends.
Riverside Club is the latest vision of developer
American Land Lease a leader in the creation
of resort-style communities for active adults. For
more than 25 years, the company has combined

verside Club's stunning new Clubhouse

the extraordinary quality of manufactured
homes with desirable locations, superior on-
site management, and expanded recreational
amenities to deliver a premium value to its
customers. The company owns and manages 30
land lease communities nationally and is listed
on the New York Stock Exchange (ANL).
Riverside Club is located just east of US Hwy 41
at 2550 Pier Drive, Ruskin, FL 33570. To schedule
your personal tour of this unique 55 + community
call (813) 645-6000 or (800) 889-9804 or visit

New homes from $159,900 starting at 1,500 sq ft.
just released in The Fairways

With a 10% deposit, homebuyers can lock
up Grand Opening home prices for 12 months
through a special year-end "Price Lock"
promotion that gives them up to a year to sell their
current home and move-in to Riverside Club or
any other American Land Lease community.
The waterfront enclave is debuting golf and
water view home sites in its new neighborhood,
The Fairways. Six home models, stylishly
furnished by Robb & Stucky, add to the
attraction. They offer spacious floor plans,
vaulted ceilings, roomy kitchens, gracious
master suites, and living anid dining spaces
large enough for friend and family gatherings,
standard features in a new generation of
manufactured homes.
"These stylish new home models and the
innovative features of the new community
center are showcases for the future of active adult
living," says American Land Lease President &
COO, Robert Blatz. "This next generation of


The most extraordinary opportunity for active adults is now previewing at Riverside Club. This gated
waterfront community offers a premier resort lifestyle highlighted by an 18-hole golf course, 48-slip
marina and the brand new 22,000 square-foot Landings Clubhouse. An impressive array of amenities
include a theatre and performing arts center, cyber cafe6, sports lounge, 49-seat movie theatre, grand
social hall with full service kitchen and a technology center with wireless internet access. Plus, state-
of-the-art health and fitness center, mini day spa, indoor sports court, men's and women's saunas and
locker rooms. And if that were not enough, the new clubhouse even features a luxurious resort-style
pool, screened cabana deck and tiki bar.

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from I to 3 p.m. in the resource
d. um room in the main lobby.
Mum j The shots cost $25. Call:

Fishing seminar
T Ben Marshall will lead a free
0001960331-01 fishing seminar Dec. 19 from
6:45 to 8:45 p.m. at Bill Heard
Chevrolet, 2002 N. Frontage
He will talk about artificial
and live bait, as well as guided
trips in Tampa Bay.
Call: Chris Prevatt, 359-
Tai chi classes
S Tai chi classes are offered
Tuesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
at the Winter Visitor Center,
403 Dort St., for $4 per class.
. Information: Joyce, 685-
: 1211; or Chris, cwashburn-
@plantcitygov.com or
.: 659-4200. Ext. 4340.

Teddy Bear Tea Party
Bruton Memorial Library,
...*...* 302 McLendon St., will host a
Teddy Bear Tea Party Dec. 19 at
10 a.m. Children should bring
teddy bears and moms should
bring their cameras for a sur-
prise visitor. Call: 757-9215.

Mommy and Me Playtime
Mommy and Me Playtime is

offered Wednesdays from 10
a.m. to noon at the Planteen
Recreation Center, 301 Dort
St., for ages 2 and older.
Dads are also welcome.
Information: Chris, cwash-
burn@plantcitygov.com or
659-4200, Ext. 4340.

Free ESL class
Free English as a Second
Language classes are offered
Wednesday from 6:30 to 9
p.m. at Don Pollo Restaurant,
2403 Reynolds St.
The classes are sponsored
by the Church of Scientology
of Tampa.
Call: 872-0722.

All aboard to meet Santa
Santa will fly in for a visit
Dec. 22-23 from 2 to 6 p.m. at
Bob Willaford's house, 908 Joe
McIntosh Road,
Santa will be aboard the
fully restored train caboose in
Willaford's front yard.
Call: 759-3345.

Christmas services
Hope Lutheran Church,
2001 N. Park Road, plans
Christmas Eve services at 9:15
a.m. with candlelight services
at 7 and 10:30 p.m.
Christmas Day services are

planned for 10 a.m. Call: 752-

Winter Fest softball tourney
The city of Plant City Recre-
ation & Parks Department will
host the 2007 Men's & Co-Ed
Winter-Fest Kick-Off Softball
Tournament Jan. 6 at the
Randy L. Larson Four Plex.
The tournament will be
open to "C" teams.
The tournament will be a
three-game guarantee tourna-
ment with the top three teams
getting awards.
The cost for the tournament
will be $155, with registration
due by Dec. 29.
Information: 659-4200, Ext.
4302 or

Youth baseball,
softball registration
Dixie Youth Baseball plans
registration for its upcoming
season from Jan. 13 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Recreation Center,
1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King
Jr. Blvd. and Jan. 6 at Snowden
Park, 902 S. Waller St. Regis-
tration is $50 per player.
The league starts in March
and games will be played Sat-
urday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Call: 478-2925 or 757-9195.

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that nine generations have
lived on their property on
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150 years. Pretty amazing!
To those of us who grew up
in small towns it's sad to see
so much development. Writer
Robert Penn Warren often
bemoaned the vanishing
American agrarian or agricul-
tural society, and I think he
would turn over in his grave if
he saw the lack of green space
in little southern towns!
Guard your heritage and land
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Jodi Smith says she likes to
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to put everyone in the mood for
Christmas. More than 300
guests agreed she did just that at
her annual open house Nov. 29.
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up an entire room in her
picturesque Walden Lake
home. Jodi works for BayCare
Health System and is very active
in the community.

Twice the blessing
Thanksgiving Eve was twice
the blessing for Jason and Sarah
Van Camp who welcomed
twins Caylee Marie and Carter
Davis Van Camp into the world.
"God has blessed us with
one of each and what a
wonderful Thanksgiving we
had, two little turkeys of our
very own!" they said.
Proud grandparents are
Craig and Cindy Van Camp
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Well done Leola
Leola W. McDonald was
named South Florida Baptist
Hospital's Auxilian of the
Quarter. The retired teacher
has served the hospital since
1990 and currently works in
the Gifts Etc. shop. She's
married to Ellie McDonald, Jr.
and they are members of the
Antioch Missionary Baptist

Church in Bealsville. Congrat-
ulations Leola!

Hunter gets his deer
Hunter Shuff lived up to his
name recently when he
bagged his first deer, a 150-
pound, eight-point buck.
Hunter, age 10 son of Tim
and Stephannie Shuff- quietly
followed the deer for 20
minutes, the same one his dad
had sighted the night before.
They were hunting on family
land in western Kentucky
owned by Hunter's grandpar-
ents Wayne and Jany Shuff -
and managed by Jany's
nephew, David Dunbar.
Helping Hunter with his big
adventure was scent dog,
Ozzie, owned by a friend of
David. Ozzie has over 200
"finds" to his name. Congrat-
ulations Hunter!

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The Christmas season is a time for
rejoicing, sharing happiness, exchang-
ing gifts and. appreciating those
around us, especially our family and
Unfortunately, for many people
who have lost loved ones, finding
peace and happiness, even at such a
joyous time as Christmas, seems an
impossible task.
Verna McKelvin, the manager at
Wells Memorial Funeral Home, pre-
sided over the seventh annual Christ-
mas Memorial Service, Dec. 7, to help
people cope with their loss.
"We've all heard that many people
become depressed during the holiday
seasons," McKelvin said. "Christ-
mastime can be particularly difficult
for people who have suffered the
personal loss of a friend or family
member. Our Christmas Memorial
Service was created to help people
deal with such a loss."
The 7 p.m. service was attended by
about 75 people. Guest speaker was
the Rev. Bob Franklin of the East Tho-
notosassa Baptist Church. He spoke
about having to release the pain that
comes with mourning.
"Jesus said 'Blessed are those who
mourn for they shall be comforted,'"
Franklin reminded those present.
"There is a time to mourn, but there
also is a time to let go. God doesn't
want us to spend our lives grieving
those who have gone before us. There
is need for us as humans to release that
Mary Alice Steinke, who attended
the service with her daughter-in-law

Anne Walmsley, was especially appre-
ciative of the event. Her husband,
Robert, died Dec. 2, 2005, just prior to
the memorial service.
"When we attended last year it was
just days after Robert death," Steinke
said. "The staff here was so good to us.
We appreciated everything they did for
the family. The message is to go on
with your life. Robert wouldn't want us
to be here feeling the hurt. You will
never forget. But we need to let go. I
will always associate this annual
memorial with Robert and our time
Walmsley agreed.
"The memorial service has such a

GEORGE H. NEWMAN/Staff photos
The Rev. Bob Franklin was the guest speaker at Wells Memorial Funeral Home,
Dec. 7, where about 75 people attended the seventh annual Christmas Memorial
Service. Left: Employees at Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Tonya Rogers, left,
and Debbie Allen, read the names of those recently departed who were remem-
bered at the 7th annual Christmas Memorial Service, Dec. 7.

feeling of camaraderie," she said. "It
helps you realize that you are not
alone. While it may be difficult, the
important message is that it is all right
to let go of the sadness."
During the service several hundred
names were read aloud, listing families
served by Wells Funeral Home during
the last year. Additional names were
submitted by those attending.
Penny Wall was there to remember
two people who recently passed, leav-.
ing a gap in her family's lives.
"Nana C (Bonnie Connell) died just
three years ago," Wall said. "My

maternal grandmother (Frieda Stan-
phil) died on Nov. 2. Our family appre-
ciates the sentiment found here. We
have been coming to this service for
four or five years. But it means even
more since our recent losses."
She recalled Franklin's words.
"Think about what you have, not
what you have lost," Franklin said.
"Taking the time to remember your
loved ones allows you to go on with the
celebration and joy of Christmas,"
McKelvin said. "Each year the atten-
dance grows. We feel it is important for
us to provide this service."




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More than 200 friends and
family turned out to remember
loved ones at the 18th annual
Tree of Remembrance program
Dec. 10 at Hopewell Funeral
Home Chapel.
"The holidays can be very dif-
ficult for those who have lost
loved ones. Gathering together
like this to share and express
their feelings helps," said
Edwena Haney, Hopewell's
Attendees buy small orna-
ments and ribbons to decorate a
memorial Tree of Remembrance
for the service. They place the
decorations on the tree as part of
the service. All proceeds go to
the Pregnancy Care Center of
Plant City.
"I remember those dark

moments when I felt like my
heart was ripped out," said
Pastor Robert Herrin on dealing
with the death of his own family
members. "I didn't really need
someone explaining to me what
happened, I just needed a hug,"
he said, asking mourners to
share that simple act with those
close to them.
The Rev. Tommy Warnock
also urged mourners to reach
"There is something uplifting
about helping others. It will lift
you up on the wings of eagles,"
Warnock said.
Quoting Billy Graham, Wam-
ock said God doesn't comfort us
to make us comfortable. "He
comforts us so that we may then
in turn comfort someone else
who needs it," said Warnock, a
minister at First Baptist Church
of Plant City.
The service also included
songs by Heart Song, a Plant
City ensemble.

The Rev. Robert Herrin of Plant City Church of God, left, and
the Rev. Tommy Warnock of First Baptist Church of Plant City
officiated at the service. Below: Marissa Harrer, left, and Ashley
Delph played violins during the service.

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Raiders Roll Durant To Start Season 6-0

Most basketball fans, when
they stop to think of the
important statistics of the
game, would check off points
and rebounds before giving it
another thought.
But, that's not how Plant
City boys basketball coach
Gary Meyer operates. And
what's better, his players don't
think that way either.
The Raiders are a team that
thrives on doing the "other".
parts of the game well, and
that's a big reason they were
undefeated until recently.
Plant City beat rival Durant
66-36 Nov. 7, bringing their
season start to 6-0.
"We don't really look at the
typical stat sheet. I mean, it's
never brought up who scored
this or that many points,"
Meyer said.
Instead the Raiders keep a
"Pride Chart" in carrying a
tradition that Meyer started at
Lake Gibson. The breakdown:
five points for drawing a
charge on defense, three for
an assist, two for a rebound
and one for a steal. Points are
subtracted for a missed free
throw or for giving up a turn-
What has resulted is a
healthy hunger for stats by the
players. Now they are more
inclined to go to the coaches'
office in search of the chart.
"They're sold on it ... they
know they have to guard,"
Meyer said. "Our success
depends on how well we
defend, and we have some
pretty good defenders."
Jeff Knight and Denzel
Drone are neck and neck atop
that chart with Roderick Hen-
derson coming in a close third.
The three led the strong
defensive charge against

Both Knight and Channing
Woodall brought praise out
from the opposing coach, Jeff
Shotwell of Durant.
"They played with an inten-
sity level that we did not
match," said Shotwell. "I
wasn't sure how we would
respond to the intensity of the
big game and the crowd. We
panicked and totally got away
from what we needed to do."
Durant gets another crack
at the Raiders Jan. 16 at home,
Meyer said the final margin
was "not an indication" of
Durant's talent and said the
second meeting will probably
be a lot closer.
The following night, Nov. 8,
Sarasota-Riverview handed
Plant City its first loss of the
season, but the game was tied
through three quarters before
the Rams took over, winning
by 15.
Plant City is still in good
shape in the district, however,
with a 2-1 mark having
defeated Sarasota and Durant.
Both the Raiders and Cou-
gars are taking part in holiday
tournaments next week. Plant
City heads over to Auburndale
for the Tracy McGrady Shoot-
out. The Raiders play a couple
of teams from South Florida:
Miami Carol City and South
Florida Prep.
"It gets pretty tough here,"
Meyer said. "We're playing
some good basketball, and I
wouldn't say we were too sur-
prised at starting 6-0, but
we've still got a long way to
Plant City also will play a
tournament at McKeel Aca-
demy in Lakeland the week
after Christmas.
Durant is participating in
the Outback Invitational at
Berkeley Prep, and starts off
against the host team Nov. 18.
"They are pretty darn good
so it should be a good measur-
ing stick for us, to see how we
bounce back from the Plant
City game," Durant's Shotwell
said. .

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The Plant City High School boys basketball Raider team took the lead from the starting buzzer,
never giving the Durant High School Cougars a chance to come close to winning the varsity game
on Dec. 7. The final score was Plant City 66, Durant 36. Here Raider guard Channing Woodall leaps
toward the basket for a shot.


Don't Say The Word

Not looking to jinx anyth-
ing here, but the "u-word" is
looking like it might apply to
the Durant boys soccer team
for awhile; perhaps for the
rest qf the season.
A trip to Sarasota-River-
view on a chilly, blustery
Friday night stood to be a
natural spot for the Cougars
to have their first slip-up. It
did not happen. Durant out
shot the Rams 12-4, and
Cecil Clarke provided the
only score in a big 1-0
The Cougars racked up
their latest victory Monday,
2-0 against Riverview, to
bring the team record to a
very impressive 10-0-2. Now
with a couple of weeks off,
during which the Cougars


hope not to get rusty before
returning with four strong,
but beatable opponents, to
end the season.
The "u-word" of course
stands for "undefeated", but
as I said, I'm not looking to
jinx anything.

Also on the soccer front,
Plant City's girls got a much-
needed district victory
Monday, 3-1 against Lake-
land. Christina Mintz, the
team's leading scorer, had
two goals and freshman
Brittany Lindsey had the

Surging Ahead
After a rough beginning
this year, the Durant girls
basketball team has surged
above the .500 mark. They
got there by beating Lake-
land handily Monday night.
Just as coach O.J. Mabra
promised, there hasn't been
a dominant player atop the
scoring charts, but the
balance has been evident.
See SHARP, Page 25

Photo courtesy of Amy Wineinger

Celebrating Success
The Plant City Lancers 10-and-under girls soccer team has
started the season 3-2-1, after beating rival Stetson at USF.
From left to right Taylor Michael,Carly Knox, Cloe Wine-
inger, Sam Black, McKenzie Greene, Mary Futch and Serenity


Plant City Finishes 2nd At Its Own Wrestling Tournament

The namesakes of the Raider Invita-
tional wrestling tournament turned in
a pretty good performance there. Plant
City High School finished second in
the 12-team event, which concluded
Saturday evening.
In what amounted to the champion-

ship dual meet, Jesuit defeated Plant
City 51-13. Jesuit was very formidable,
coming off a second-place finish at the
loaded Cougar Invitational.
"Jesuit looked pretty good; they had
a lot of strong wrestlers," said first-year
head coach Nick Ferrario.
His team won its pool by going 3-0
against Mulberry, Blake and Lake
The three pool winners were put
into a round-robin with one another.
First Jesuit defeated Armwood then
the Raiders took care of the Hawks 44-

29. That made the last part of the
round-robin, Plant City going against
Jesuit in a match for first place.
Travis Vollick did not lose any of his
five matches for Plant City. Posting 4-1
performances were Andrew Guzman,
Beau Eason, Justin Hallman and Josh
In the round-robin for fourth place,
pitting the three second place pool
teams against one another, Auburn-
dale was the winner. Plant City's win-
ning scores in the pool portion were
65-12, 68-12 and 51-21.

The Raiders are now off until the
start of the new year, but Coach Ferra-
rio's has the challenge of making sure
his wrestlers stay active during the
break. The wrestlers won't have a gym
to practice in because Plant City's is
being fumigated during the holiday.
"We're trying to find a middle school
somewhere that will let us practice,"
he added.
The Durant team is in Sarasota this
weekend for a tournament before the
break begins.

Continued From Page 24

The Lakeland game was a
prime example as four
players -- Altranise Childs,
Emilee Hansen, Janae
Lancaster and Kate William-
son -- scored either nine or
10 points apiece.
Before that the Cougars
took care of Plant City, 39-32
Thursday at Durant, Lancas-
ter led the way with nine
points while two other
players, Camille Jacobs and
Marianela Aybar, chipped in
with seven and six points
apiece respectively. The
Cougars limited top Raider
tandem Tekeyah Clark and
Sade Dunkley to just one
bucket each.

Bouncing Back
An amazing thing is
-happening this year in
Savannah, Ga. with Horace
Broadnax's college basket-
ball team. Now, regardless of
how bad a basketball squad
is, it's truly difficult to go an
entire season without

winning a game. And yet,
that's what Savannah State
pulled off in the 2005-06
Well, with Broadnax now
in his second year as coach,
the fog of ignominy is
starting to lift. Savannah
State -- remember, this team
was 0-28 last year -- got off
to a 5-0 start.
Granted, the Tigers have
since fallen to 5-7, but that's
because Broadnax isn't
afraid to schedule some
guaranteed losses. For exam-
ple SSU has already played
Illinois, North Carolina State
and Iowa State.
Next up: West Virginia and
Louisville, with later trips to
Marquette and Nebraska.
The current stretch is of 14
games with only two at
home -- a feat that's pretty
much unheard of.
In so little time, Broadnax
has taken a program that
was a complete joke into one

that is gaining respect.
Southern Mississippi
coach Larry Eustachy, whose
team beat SSU 61-45, called
the Tigers "the hardest
playing team we have gone
against this year."

He's So Good
The transformation from
running back to cornerback
is not the most natural one
to make, but it looks like
Trae Williams has pulled it
off pretty well.
Williams, the former
Durant star ball carrier, was
one of the leading intercep-
tors in the entire country
this year at USF.
Last week Williams got a
pretty special honor for it.
He was named to a First
Team All-Big East player.
Considering that the Big East
has teams such as Louisville,
West Virginia and Rutgers,
and that Williams was
pegged as one of the best

two cornerbacks in the
league, that's something
Williams was so good, I'm
not ashamed to admit that I
half-expected him to show
up on one of the Associated
Press All-American teams
when those were released

Sad And Glad
This next statement is
equally as sad as it is posi-
tive. Sadly, watching the
state finals games in Miami
last weekend involving
Lakeland and Plant was to
me, was much more enter-
taining than anything the
Buccaneers have done on
the field this year; Matt
Bryant's 62-yard field goal
Not being hyperbolic here,
but I literally jumped up in
the air when Plant City's
Robert Mavre threw that
winning touchdown with 17
seconds left. The last time I

jumped up for a play, while
from a couched position that
is, would have been for the
Bucs, but that's obviously
been a long while (Ronde
Barber, NFC Championship
Hopefully you saw it too.
And that was less than 24
hours after the absolute
wildest game of the year, one
so wild that ESPN spent a
good two minutes showing
the highlights from it.
Lakeland, the mighty
Lakeland, blew a 35-14 lead
in the final two-and-a-half
minutes of the game and had
to hold on as St. Thomas
Aquinas was mere inches
from beating them in double
Good thing I didn't stop
watching after Lakeland led
21-0, presumably thinking
that the game was over.
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Road to Recovery
seeks volunteers
Volunteers are needed for
the American Cancer Society's
Road to Recovery program in
Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based
transportation program that
helps people get to and from
their cancer treatments if they
have no other form of trans-
portation. Volunteers must
have a car and be available for
a few weekday hours per
month, between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. Call: 685-0670, Ext. 115.

Car safety seat checks
South Florida Baptist
Hospital offers free car safety
seat checks Friday and Satur-
days, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through-
out the year at the hospital's
Community Health Resource
Center. The checks are by
appointment only. Call: 754-
Meals on Wheels
seeks volunteers
Meals on Wheels of Plant
City seeks volunteers to deliver
meals. Drivers use their own
cars and should be able to
work between 10 a.m. and 12:
30 p.m. Call: 754-9932.
HCC seeks bilingual
math, reading teachers
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege is in need of certified read-
ing and mathematics bilingual
instructors for its Adult General
Education Program.
Class hours will be flexible
to accommodate the work
schedules of students residing
in the Plant City area.
The classes take place at
HCC's Plant City campus.
HCC established the pro-
gram to help individuals not
only earn their high school
diploma but transition to col-
lege as well. Call: 757-2111.

Juvenile probation program
Volunteers are needed for
the Department of Juvenile
Justice's program in the areas
of clerical, mentor or case
management assistance.
The office is at 1601 W. Rey-

nolds St., Suite 103.
Call: Sue Sloan or Barbara
Hubert, 757-9171.

Eyeglasses wanted
The Plant City Lions Club
seeks used eyeglasses and
hearing aids.
The club collects the items
for distribution to needy
people in Florida and other
nations. To donate, place the
items in a "Lions Recycle for
Sight" collection bin at the fol-
lowing locations: the office of
Drs. Humphrey and Maggard,
Strong Optical, 800 Optical,
Wal-Mart Optical, the office of
Dr. Kulyk, Publix, Kash n' Karry
on Alexander Street and the
Meadows at Countrywood.

Yo-yo club
The Florida Sultans of Spin
yo-yo club meets the first
Friday of each month from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Brandon Rec-
reational Center, 510 E. Sadie
St. Beginners and advanced
yo-yo players, boys and girls
are welcome.
Call: Marcia, 254-4642, or
Debbie, 254-2214.
Pregnancy Care Center
The Pregnancy Care Center
of Plant City, 304 N. Collins St.,
offers free pregnancy tests,

information and confidential
support. The center is open.
weekdays from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. Volunteers are needed.
Call: 759-0886.

Aging Services wants to hear
from public
Whether it's a compliment or
a concern, Hillsborough Coun-
ty's Aging Services Department
wants to hear from you.
In an ongoing effort to pro-
vide quality and efficient serv-
ices, Aging Services has
implemented a new Customer
Care Line.
The Customer Care Line is
open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at 272-5242, and
both English and Spanish
speakers are available.
After hours customers can
leave a voice mail and the
message will be returned the
next business day.
For more information con-
tact, Katrina Blaine, Aging
Services, 272-5165.

Crisis Center seeks volunteers
The Crisis Center of Tampa
Bay seeks volunteers to pro-
vide crisis counseling on its
24-hour crisis hot line.
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Junior Art League
The Junior Art League of Plant City
meets the first Friday of every month
from 7 to 8:45 p.m. at Ms. Cherie's Art &
Frame Shop, 119 W. Alexander St.
The group was formed to help chil-
dren appreciate art and participate in
hands-on activities.
Call: 719-6887.

Infant, child safety
seat checks
South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301
N. Alexander St., offers infant and child
safety seat checks on Fridays in the
main hospital lobby.
Call: 754-4444.

Turkey Creek Class of 1955
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1955 meets the fourth Thursday of
the month at 8:30 a.m. at BuddyFred-
dys, 1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Call: 986-1193.

Winter Visitor's Club
The Winter Visitor's Club meets for
business and potluck dinners every
Monday at 5:30 p.m.
Membership is $10 per year and
includes shuffleboard tournaments.
Call: 754-4130 or 757-9165.

Lions Club
The Plant City Lions Club meets
Tuesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Judy Barta, 752-6193.

PCHS Class of 1958
The Plant City High Class of 1958
meets for breakfast the fourth Tuesday
of every month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's
Farmers Market Restaurant, 1401 Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Call: 659-0421.

support group
An Alzheimer's support group meets

the second Tuesday of each month at
First Baptist Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St. Call:Linda Bryant, 754-3761.

Bereaved parents group
A bereaved parents group meets the
fourth Thursday of each month at 7
p.m. at South Florida Baptist Hospital's
community conference room, 301 N.
Alexander St. Walk-ins welcome.

Diabetes support group
A diabetes support group meets the
first Tuesday of each month from 5 to 6
p.m. at South Florida Baptist Hospital,
301 N. Alexander St.
Call: 757-8202 to register.

Epilepsy support group
An epilepsy support group meets
the second Tuesday of each month
from 10 to 11 a.m. in the South Florida
Baptist Hospital cafeteria conference
room, 301 N.-Alexander St. Walk-ins

Civil War unit
Step into the ranks of history as a
Southern cannoneer and join the Milton
Light Artillery, Co. A. Milton is a Civil
War re-enacting unit based on an actual
1860s Florida battery. Milton re-enacts
more than 15 battles a year and includes
civilian and nursing impressions.
E-mail info@miltonartillery.com or
visit www.miltonartillery.com.

Plant City Federated
Republican Women's Club
The Plant City Federated Republican
Women's Club meets the second Thurs-
day of the month at the Ramada Inn at
6:30 p.m., 2011 N. Wheeler St. Dinner
buffet is $15.
Call: Melane Byrd, 754-0424.

PCHS Class of 1960
The Plant City High School Class of
1960 meets the second Friday of each
month at 9 a.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101
Goldfinch Drive.
Call: Warren Wilson, 685-9401.

Plant City Toastmasters
The Plant City Toastmasters Club
meets Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. at the
Greater Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce, 106 N. Evers St.
Call: Hal Brewer, 752-4949.

PCHS Class of 1961
The Plant City High School Class of
1949 meets at the Collins Street restau-
rant on the first Wednesday of each
month at 11:30 a.m.
Call: 752-3048.

Plant City Rotary
The Plant City Noonday Rotary Club
meets Mondays at noon at the Ramada
Inn, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Steve Saloman, 299-2233.

Turkey Creek Class of 1961
The Turkey Creek High School Class
of 1961 holds a dinner meeting on the
first Thursday of each month at 6:30
p.m. at BuddyFreddys, 1101 Goldfinch
Call: Elaine Rogers (Rodgers) Lister,

Ballroom dance lessons
Ballroom dance lessons for begin-
ners are held at the Ramada Plantation
House Red Rose Dining Room, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Monday and Tuesday eve-
nings from 7 to 9.
Cost: $10 per person/per lesson.
Call: Susan Stanton, (863) 604-5060.

VFW Post 4590
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4590
meets every first and third Thursday of
the month at 7 p.m. at 3709 E. U.S. 92.
Call: 754-7880.

PCHS Class of 1955
The Plant City High School Class of
1955 meets the third Tuesday of each
month at 8:30 a.m. at Fred's Market
Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin Luther
King Blvd.

Network Professionals
Network Professionals of Plant City
Inc. meets Thursdays from 11:45 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Chicano's, 110 E. Reynolds St.
Call: Michael Gottesman: 754-3183.

PCHS Class of 1949
The Plant City High School Class of
1949 meets the first Wednesday of the
month at 11:30 a.m. at the Collins Street
Call: 752-3048.

Rotary Daybreak Club
The Rotary Daybreak Club meets
Monday at 7 a.m. at Community Con-
ference Room, South Florida Baptist
Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St.
Call: Mike Mcminn, 719-3959.

The Plant City Kiwanis Club meets
Wednesday at noon at the Ramada Inn,
2011 N. Wheeler St.
Call: Ken Gibbs, 752-6171.

Strawberry Singles
Strawberry Singles Club invites sin-
gles to a dance every Friday from 8 p.m.
to midnight at the Stardust Dance
Center in Plant City Plaza, 1405 Collins
The cost is $5 for members, $7 for
Call: 752-9277 or 759-2063.

Civitan Club
The Plant City Civitan Club meets
the first and third Thursday of every
month at 6:45 a.m. at the Orange Blos-
som Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St.
Call: Ann Churchwell, 986-2827.

Al-Anon meeting
Hope Al-Anon meets Mondays at 7:
30 p.m. at St. Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Room 7.
Call: 752-5316.

Continued From Page 6
These two stories actually
have a lot in common,
especially in the context of
Advent, the time of the year
set aside to think about love
breaking in to time and space
through the gift of the Christ
You see, Dee left this
broken world representing
the completion of the kind of
promise Andrew is just now
beginning to step into.
Because achievement in this
life is not so easily measured
in terms of property, or of
riches, or of power. Success is
an accomplishment of the
soul and a direct response to
our perception of the light.
So this is my prayer. May
my children continue to walk
in the light, may God be their
guide, may they eventually
achieve the level of radiance
so few are privileged to attain
and may they echo the
witness of triumphant people
like Dee for she was one of
the great ones.

Derek Maul is a writer who
lives in Valrico. You can
reach him at derekmaul@-

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DRIVER: YOU WANT IT, #1 HOME BUSINESS IN BRIDAL GOWN SALES INSTALLERS NEEDED for HEAVY Equipment Oper- cord of the proceedings DARIES OF THE ZONING commodation in order to
WE HAVE IT! Solo, AMERICA 20 Associates PT Jon's Bridal Tampa- HOME Improvemnt Corn ator CERTIFIED. Hands is made, which record MAP OF PLANT CITY participate in this meet-
teams, owner opera- needed, before 2007. fun job for people per- pany Must have screen on Training. Job Place- includes the testimony FLORIDA.AS ENACTD ing should call the City
tors, company drivers, $1000-$2000/per day sons. We train. $10- & glass room exp. Sub ment Assistance. Call and evidence upon BY CHAPTER 102, PLANT Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at
students, recent grads, Simply returning phone $15/hr Every Sat. Some & Company position Toll Free (866)933-1575. which the appeal is to CITY CODE, SO AS TO least 48 hours prior to
regional, dedicated, calls 2-3/per day. No Sun & some wkday eves available. Your truck or ASSOCIATED TRAINING be based. CHANGE THE ZONING the public hearing.
long aul. Van, flatbed Selling No Explaining if desired. 10 yrs work company truck. Call SERVICES, 5177 CLASSIFICATION OF A
Must be 21. CRST Ca- 1-212-461-2787 24hrs history req 813.787.6599 Jeff 813-717-9177 Homosassa Trail, Section 4. In accord- PARCEL OF LAND LOCAT- Section 7. At the public
reer Center. www.jacksonenterprisel Lecanto, Florida, 34461 ance with the Ameri- EDAT THE SOUTHWEST hearing referred in Sec-
(800)940-2778, Ic.com cans with Disabilities CORNER OF SOUTH tion 4 herein, all speak-
www.driveforcrst.com. f Restaurants/ STEEL PLATE Act, any person with a FRONTAGE ROAD AND ers shall be limited to
SEARS HOME IMPROVE- Hospitality/Clubs disability requiring rea- SON KEEN ROAD FROM three (3) minutes, unless
MENT has oenins for Hospitality/Clubs FITTERS sonable accommoda- HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY the speaker requests the
21CDLDRVERS insie marketing reps. Overtime Hounds Want- tion in order to partici- ASC-1 AGRICULTURAL City Clerk for additional
36-43cpni/$1.20pm PT positions. Earn MANAGER, Server & ed! Top Wages! Fabrica- pate in this meeting SINGLE FAMILY CONVEN- time no less than forty-
+ Sign On Bonus great money talking to Breakfast Cook, F/T tion Company located should call the City TIONAL DISTRICT TO CU eight (48) hours prior to
$0 Lease NEW Trucks customers. Call Appy within: near Ft Lonesome, FI Clerk at (813) 659-4200 COMMUNITY UNIT DIS- said pub ic hearing. In
CDL-A + 3 mos OTR 1-800-379-8310. Retir- Snellgrove's Restaurant seeks individuals experi- at least 48 hours prior TRICT IN ACCORDANCE the event speakers) re-
800-635-8669 ees alwa s welcome. 109South. Collins St. enced in tanks and duct to the public hearing. WITH THE GENERAL SITE quest additional time the
T i sEOE/D P work fab. Ability to DEVELOPMENT PLAN OF determination of the
OTR drivers deserve read blueprints and ex- LEGALS Adopted by the City LAKESIDE GARDENS OF amount of time to be al-
more ay and more AIRLINES ARE HIRING- Sales perience are key items. LCommission on Decem- PLANT CITY COMMUNI- lowed shall be at the dis-
hometime! $38/mi.-1 Train forhigh ompan sponsored ber 11, 2006. TY UNIT DISTRICT, AS creation of the Mayor, but
year experience. More Aviation Maintenance CUSTOM Home Builder 401K an, vacation, FILED IN THE OFFICE OF no speaker shall general-
experience makes Career. FAA approved seeking a self- health-dental-vision abn- Legal Notices s/John L Dicks THE CITY CLERK. be allowed more than
more! Home weekends! program. Financial aid if motivated, aggressive surances available. John L. Dicks fifteen (15) minutes.
Run our Florida Region! qua sied Job placement sales executive. Permanent position Mayor-Commission Section 2. The proposed
Heartland Express assistance. CALL Avia- A icant must have a available with roomfor RESOLUTION NO. Mayorenactment osai-Commission oroposeo n 8. This resolu-
(800)441-4953 tion Institute of Mainte- F Real Estate License. advancement 941-776- 273-2006- ATTEST: nance, following second tion, as notice of thepro-
www.heartlandexpress. nance (888)349-5387 Must have goodpeoe 1211 or 863-63-6741 A RESOLUTION OF THE Virginia L. Help reading, shall be consid- posed enactment of said
com skills & ability to sef A RESOLUTION OF THE s/ Virginia L. Helper ered by the City Commis- ordinance, shall be pub-
MAKE $334 Daiy" Data market. Bi-Lngual skills CITY COMMISSION OF Virginia L. Helper sion upon the conclusion listed in the Courier, is-
CLASS-A CDL DRIVERS- M rE $3 i v a PLUS. Compensation THE CITY OF PLANT City Clerk of the public hearing sue of December 14,
CLASS-A CDL DRIVERS- Entry Positions Avail- a CITY FLORIDA, RE-ove
Now Hiring OTR & Local bleow! InternetAc- package is the best in NG TIME Aproved as to form ovided in Section 4 2006.
Drivers- New Equip- cess Needed. Income is inlustr. call SCHiD ULN T I Ar moved as to form hereof.
ment; Great Benefits; Guaranteed! No Exeri- 813-757-9727 or Fax OF THE REGULAR CITY and correctness: Adopted by the City
Premium Pay Package. ence Required. Apply Resume 813-757-9727. COMMISSION MEETING Section 3. The proposed Commission on Decem-
Call Oakley Transport, TodayON JANUARY 8, 2007 s/Kenneth W. Buchman ordinance may be in- ber 11,2006.
(877)882-637 wwwdataforcashcom FOR 6:30 P.M. Kenneth W. Buchman spected by the public at
wwwdatarchcom ( Telemarketing heroes, in accordance City Attorney the office of theCity s/John L. Dicks
Whereas in accordance Clerk at the Nettie Berry John L. Dicks
S General HELP WANTED Earn Ex- TELEMARKETERS Look- EDUCATION with Secion 2-34, Plant NO:5932 12/14/2006 Dra on Mun Mayor-Commissioner
tra income assembling Took- E CitynCode, the City Con-nit all Mayor-Commissioner
DAIRY steamers & con- CD cases from Home. r semotimission may, by resolu- West Reynols Street, ATTEST:
cession stand help. Start Immediately No energetic sales people tion, reschedule any reg- Plant Ci, Floria.
Yummy Farms now ac- experience necessary. thatK+want to earn ular meeting of the City RESOLUTION NO. Plant ity,sVirginia L.Helper
cepting apications for www.easywork- salar y & acomm.Cl Schools j Commission;now,there- 275-2006 Section 4. The City Corn- Virginia L Helper
positions. geatpa.com 1-8- scary & comm. Calfore,
Call 9AM 5PM Mon-Fi 05-7 et 1030 866-916-2646or 813- ADULT High School Di- foreA RESOLUTION PROVID- hearing on said ordublic City lerk
813-478-2584 82-1811 ask for Patrick ploma af home. Nation- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ING NOTICE OF PRO- nance at its meeting in
EARN Up to $500 Weekly ally accredited since CITY COMMISSION OF POSED ENACTMENT OF the Sadye Gibbs Martin Approved as to form and
DATA ENTRY! Work From assembling our angel (f Trades )l 1971. Tuition $399/Easy THE CITY OF PLANT AN AMENDMENT TO THE Auditorium of the Nettie correctness:
Anywhere. Flexible pinsinthecomfoof Traes payment plan. Free Bro- CITY, FLORIDA: ZONING ORDINANCE OF Berry Draughon Munici-
Hours. Personal Com- your own home. No Ex- FORMAN Landca cure 1-800-470-4723,. THE CITY OF PLANT pal Building, 302 West
puter Required. Excel- erience required. Call FORMAN, Lanscape co. American Academy, is- Section 1. The time of CITY, FLORIDA. Reynolds Street, Plant s/Kenneth W. Buchman
lent Career Opportuni- 1-727-388-9527 or visit Branon area. Ca DL it our Web @ the regular City Corn- City, Florida on January Kenneth W. Buchman
ty. Serious Inquiries On- www.angelpin.net a must C813-659-000all www.diplomaathome.c mission meeting sched- Whereas, this City Com- 8,2007 at 6:30 p.m., or as City Attorney
l (800)344-9636 Ext. 813-69-0001 om. uled for January 8, 2007 mission has on this date soon thereafter as the
700 WORK From Home. Data \ is hereby rescheduled read for first reading the matter may be heard, at NO:5930 12/14/2006
Entry, Flexible Hours HELPER with Electrical AMERICA'S DRIVING to 6:30 p.m. According- proposed ordinance which time interested
DATA ENTRY! Work PC Training Online. Call Background. Good Start- DEMY Start our ly, the it Commission reinafter referredto; parties and citizens may
From Anywhere. Flexi- Now 1-800-899-0048 Ext. in PayTravel Required drivinE career toda! Of- meeting shall be held at and appear and be heard
ble Hours. PC Re- 99 81-92-4100 fering courses in CLA Gibbs Ma Whereas, Lakeside with respect to the pro- RESOLUTION NO.
quired. Excellent Ca- Low tuition fee! Man Auditorium of the Net- Whereasakeside G posed ordinance. 277-2006
unity. Seri-options! N tie Berry Draughon Mu- den of Plant City, Gar
us InquiMedical/Health Care) Trades restoration s! No icipal Building, 302 has initiated a change in Section All persons A RESOLUTION PROVID-
9636, ext. 89. RT KiPt't iy8 fee! West Reynolds Street the zoning map designa- are advised that ifa per- ING NOTICE OF PRO-
FRONT DESK, Plant City 0210Plant City, Florida a tionofaparcelof land; son decidestoappeal POSED ENACTMENT OF
DRIVERS Bonus every 6 Medical & computer Hfo@amercasdrivinga January 8, 2007 at 6:30 now therefore any decision mae by AN ORDINANCE BY THE
months. OTR, some lo- exp necesssay Fax cademy.omp.m. the City Commission CITY COMMISSION OF
cal positions, New resume 813-7 -8619 IIPME T BE IT RESOLVED BY THE with respect to any mat- THE CITY OF PLANT
Equipment 1 Year Ex- HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP- Section 2. The City CITY COMMISSION OF ter considered at such CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE-
perience Class A with NURSING n ta amERATORTRAINING FOR Clerk is hereby directed THE CITY OF PLANT meeting, he will need a UIRED BY SECTION
tank & hazmat.100% OUPR AT EMPLOYMENT: Bulldoz- to post a copy of this CITY, FLORIDA: record of the proceed- I66.041 FLORIDA STAT-
food grade carrier. Call ers, Backhoes, Loaders, resolution at the bulle- ings, and for such pur- UTES AND OTHER AP-
877-882-6537. COOKTRAINING FOR Dump Trucks, Graders, tin board at city hall. Section 1. As required pose he may need to en- PLICABLE LAW.
www.oakleytransport.c Apply in person MPL ET Scrapers, Excavators; by Section 166.041,Flor- sure that a verbatim re-
om Community Care Center EMLOYMENT National Certification, Section 3. All persons da Statutes, and ofher cord of the proceedings WHEREAS, this City
2202 W. Oak Ave. Job Placement Assis- are advised that ifa per- applicable law the City is made which recordin- Commission has on this
FENCE FOREMAN & Plant City, Fl. *,'.- tance; Associated Train- son decides to appeal Commission of the City cludes the testimony and date read for first read-
LABORER FOR INSTALL Ph: 813-754-3761 ., in Services any decision mae oby of Plant City, Florida, evidence upon which the ing the proposed ordi-
REPAIRS. MUST HAV EE ( 0 0 ) 2 5 1 3 2 7 4 the City Commission does hereby give notice appeal is to be based. nance hereinafter refer-
VALID D.L., SPEAK & UN- www.equipmentoperat with respect to any mat- of the proposed enact- red to; now therefore
DER STAND ENGLISH. NURSING or.com ter considered at such ment of an ordinance en- Section6. n accordance
DFWP. APPLY IN PER- --meeting, he will need a titled, and the substance with the Americans with BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
SON 1505 S. LENNA W i record of the proceed- of which is: Disabilities Act any per- CITY COMMISSION OF
AVE. SEFFNER M-F10-4. NURSE WhenyoureadClassifieds ngs,and for such pur- son with adisilty re- THE CITY OF PLANT
Get paid to shop! Retail S 1 section 1. As required
/ dining establishments DIRECTOR BACKHOES Independent Independent Independent Independent b Section 166.041, Flori-
nee undercover clients RN/LPN RSON LOADERS Contractors Contractors Contractors Contractors J da Statutes, another
to judge quality / cus- APPLY IN PERSON -applicable law the City
-m.r erve. Earn up COMMUNITY DI ITRUCKS commission of the City
ri 5ly 311 TEl CARE CENTER .. ,. of Plant City, Florida,
Fr. I.S, i.- 220- f OAK AVE RADES does hereby give notice
SECETriuP, I. jN.T)l 6 OE E.C R ,' of the proposed enact-
SECRET S ,i:,lper-N- dl. fEOE SCRAPERS ment of an ordinance
-d t, Evaluaie Iocal -c1i -O-.!entitled:
6eu I-,e:. Trriina NURSING ECAV'ATORS
Pr:. i30de Fi5-. 02. l.I ,. ,r : AN ORDINANCE OF THE
RHs ..3i0r&-'-. M40 Ii i I*' r CITY OF PLANT CITY,
*-r *\'-.l RNS, LPNs & CNAS *rii i ii,,,] ... -4 FLORIDA, AMENDING
Wnole..al- R.:.ul Bu-. Cmriurn. 'v.are Lerler i... i '. GARDING FIRE PROTEC-
re.- Ein ,rl "rwe 20.- W Oak Ave TION AND EMERGENCY
iui-., r F' PT sli.i Pint.irtc.4l 80 5149907 A MEDICAL SERVICES IM-
lor r..l .itrr,,r, in- i:13 47 ........... PACT FEES; AMENDING
-:lude- training c-nn- EE I.. .... .. .. SECTION86-28REGARD-
nc-us :upm-rt. '.s?-3n ~ING LEGISLATIVE FIND-
G5 o rmdiil Frndl A, w- int-atn .s .o rr,, h.., .INGS; -AMENDING SEC-
-iih i.iun-.i:ritulrr. .1r... TION 86-33 REGARDING
Professional ]j f Professional Jf Professional 1l A U.-FOR" ANNUAL INDEXING;
-The proposed enact-
Governance and Administration Associate me following saiecond read-nce
rep3,rhr, I,:, Ir,-e Au -v1ne, t.'rarA-,lrI A G, vlrn'ny:6 in, Almrnr tral,- 'theCityCommission
i Sadye Gibbs&Mrtin Au-
clam rniwlil *, ,I .j-' and p(,ii ditorium of the Nettle
V-, ,",,lul ul r ,I I ,,l,- ii "'-t. Bern Draughon Munici-
fr .-p...iiitiilicili iu [i: t iil i: i,, gi. pal Building, 302 West
;1ir" :-olir Cr1 b.ill Rii'mi- iii:intajiIi riyinoldsSteet (City
.ic..r..F:i i. Hall), Plant City, Flon-
i"ijrrn..niei.i iv'-*l da, on January 22, 2007,
A 'iracini O ih il ri.rini nai.ii in j ug i inLan r -.at 7:30 p.m., or as soon
S!: .,,r. ,g 1I., r, r.l ,,nIh,. -,, ,l,,:,r,:r,'~,,.,:,:,i ii '.'"- thereafter as the mat-
rmpl-,iii-,:url] in, nirp- .:r : ter may be heard, at
'A' ....which me interested
PF .pi)ra1 i,,,ri ,rd arid n i i.i ri,],:m ii, pr '.. i s a iiitll .l *llt e r'4 Jl ll | 1n.1 1" parties and citizens
*,ioirdrindl nappiiii-niiTiI'rhivll,,neflihliuil .I1I Ir T I .-I1 mayappear and be
|,, p,,,, l : I "ii ,,' 0 near wit respect to
A I:.. nI iri r l3ii vdul"-: nd : ,p-i ,i,al [ I,. r | iilrri in ilrali in the proposed ordi-
Prividiril A .ilj .ie- 3 :.sai i in ,:,[h|r ;r, 3 i. r r irfd ,i nance.
r ,itr .,],T, -..lr v : 1 ", t : r r' ,1,- .:. Section 2. All persons
A i ,anli-: u iTiul pi.:, ei, liri. ,ral ri ad Arinre .:i:mmu.Tii:u n.li n i II : ti i III 3 .. are advised that if a per-
I,:, mulil-la.j: 3n ri,:l lhyree ir n.rnr providing 3 i ; ,1 r h ii: l 'iij lv : son decides to appeal
bai"."idiir s dzie- pin ri in' in -its 3 the City Commission
.,3,. l ,Ir ,lr. e pi- I-rru Fluj r,,i.v in En ,r,. i,-i,]u. .'i iquiri ;:,:,,r,, J. .I R K withanye spe Cteuirinto aaey mm
laii-uj t aw- ,ra li E -ll iii -n r,: A^ i nh M ,, ::u Oiii:E (5 IJ.,i h i I Iw ith respect to an m at-
f.uird meeting, he will need a
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Which the appeal is to
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(( Legal Notices ])
Clerk at (813) 659-4200
at least 48 hours prior
to the public hearing.
Section 4. The pro-
posed ordinance may
be inspected by the pub-
lic at the office of the
City Clerk at the Nettle
Berry Draughon Munici-
pal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant
City, Florida.
Section 5. This resolu-
tion, as notice of the
proposed enactment of
said ordinance shall be
published in the Couri-
er, issue of December
14, 2006.
Adopted by the City
Commission on Decem-
ber 11, 2006.

s/John L. Dicks
John L. Dicks
MaEOr Commissioner
s/ Virginia L. Helper
Virginia L. Helper
City Clerk
Approved as to form
and correctness:
s/ Kenneth W. Buchman
Kenneth W. Buchman
City Attorney
NO;5929 12/14/2006

WHEREAS, this City
Commission has on this
date read for first read-
ing the proposed ordi-
nance hereinafter refer-
red to; now therefore
Section 1. As required
by Section 166.041, Flori-
da Statutes, and other
applicable law the City
Commission of the City
of Plant City, Florida,
does hereby give notice
of the proposed enact-
ment of an ordinance
The proposed enact-
ment of said ordinance,
following second read-
ing, shall be considered
b the City Commission
at its meeting in the
Sadye Gibbs Martin Au-
ditorium of the Nettie
Berry Draughon Munici-
pal building, 302 West
Reynolds Street (City
Hall), Plant City, Flori-
da, on January 22, 2007,
at 7:30 p.m., or as soon
thereafter as the mat-
ter may be heard, at
which time interested
parties and citizens
may appear and be
heard with respect to
the proposed ordi-
Section 2. All persons
are advised that if a.per-
son decides to appeal
any decision made by
the City Commission
with respect to any mat-
ter considered at such
meeting, he will need a
record of the proceed-
ings, and for such pur-
pose he may need to en-
sure that a verbatim re-
cord of the proceedings
is made, which record
includes the testimony
and evidence upon
which the appeal is to
be based.
Section 3. In accord-
ance with the Ameri-
cans with Disabilities
Act, any person with a
disability requiring rea-
sonable accommoda-
tion in order to partici-
pate in this meeting
should call the City
Clerk at (813) 659-4200
at least 48 hours prior
to the public hearing.
Section 4. The pro-
gosed ordinance may
e inspected by the pub-
lic at the office of the
City Clerk at the Nettie
Berry Draughon Munici-
pal Building, 302 West
Reynolds Street, Plant
City, Florida.
Section 5. This resolu-
tion, as.notice of the

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proposed enactment 0 o 4/2 2200'sq on 1/2 acre PLANT CITY- Pre- LIN E KENTUCKY Beautiful log THE Beautiful Mountains MID Ohio Acreage 5+
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er, issue of December Virginia L. Helper (813)971-6953 or 4/2/2 Pool home that 4613 SUMMERWIND CT, ponds. 50 acres, homes, creeks, wooded property with Gorgeous
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ATTEST: JJ 52 years. Replace your Possible conversion, sell: 1:30pm Sat Dec 23 Farm lease income, front, $58K, 30 minutes
S*LIVING THE HIGH LIFE Mobile Home and Build Within walking distance at 4613 Summerwind building sites. Great north of NC/VA line;
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and correctness: A RESOLUTION PROVID- 1-800-382-0859 RE#3003737, Monte W. m 919-693-8984
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Kenneth W. Buchman ANORDNA H z Ci Nw to tracts are 5+acres. Spe- $59K, near Kerr Lake, NC. HOMES
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N CITY, FLORIDA, AS RE- Do You Earn 800 in a #CBC1111) CENTRAL FL waterfront at:tnwithaview.com
QUIRED BY SECTION Day? 30 Machines and (Lc#CBC 111) living. 3 to 5-acre lotsin 575%FinancinAvai
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AN ORDINANCE BY THE n o rdie Do A ou OPan a EN u il Wg c E .fA porch, new T o P 3sAin2Cs- From $220,000. ss 4000 (8 )798535 stewarthomesflacom
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PLIUTES ANDOTHER AP- CITY, FLORIDA: NEW YEAR, NEW YOU! .air, must sell together home package Kits mountain views. Sur- FLEETWOOD 2br 2ba
ILELAW.$265K. 813-935-8185 $99,900. Waterfas, rounded by gov t land. 24x60, furnished, in re-
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applicablte proposed orlaw appicable law the City www.dpashamyarb lot. Many locations to shutters lots more. ment and inco- Fst-Time Homebuyerse or even cocktails
nae rheprooedrit- Commission o the City nne.com and Ill intro- HANDYMAN SPECIAL Ever Dream of Owning a x60 (888)541-5263
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of the proposed enact- OPEN MON-SAT. + rec rm w/prof. size bu /2innice phy, N.C. 2all S8906s- ArthurKowitzReall ughCounty so 8 acretyco: $9k. Just cover this luxurious
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AND PROVIDING F P ROVIDING FOR SEVER- Housing $264-9950 's. Private boat niht complimentary ho- NORTH CAROLINA!! Lowest Taxesreit is Privacy, carpet, aint Barbara
does hereby give notice ABILITY; AND PROVID- www.am.Tousing.com .lease contact Sue ins & Acreage. FREE Breathtaking sunrises &
of the proposedenact- ING FOR AN EFFECTIVE #1885582 "HERE'S WHAT YOU Denihan at 813-671-7344 BROCHURECabs 800)62- sunsets here! Garage.
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matp or asing in the recor te ofte proceed- Tol free"s 866-414 LEND 3/2, $599,900. B roker i Gl fFoCntyBu w lots 5118 N 56th St. Jamie:,
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eynolds itlreet (Cit corn ofwthe proseeings $154.95 FLOR DA LLC I u imeS hare i tacularE views, creek lar, Mobile & Stiltns. N tnes Csnte, c c
is made, weich record Compe te &ancd des TEMPLE Terrace Dealu 3ofp front and wooded lots. Homes. 0% DOWN TennTrails Docks. out,re8500sf, with Kitc -
n nce.io sanaieencem 8.9n Book&el Free no 2"i+on d fl mel t enN te s ig roundyutiltes, lovely Own Lan umi a Ca ll fore772737 ities Included,5118 N.
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mei tien, h neieted a Section 3. In accord- ered! Purchase r aefi Li Re al m or Call 1-800-640-6886Mnt Rv r f el ato a4e s. viNsA 1-2. OEGnEs Mrhn y Nond on. Cmri S
arted the critend ance with m the Ameri .n ea (954)o630-9800tionam-3 woode 20 w ont u niy.Eay F acres, excellent home-2A ww|cr Airnt
im e and ucans with Disabilites Co Sel.a 871-5400 ITal H-Dlsope rg isHomesites / Lots GOQ Visito eout w/woodS.rmiNew stressed, Ft we wVHaCantN LL1occU1-n
uretaa vecti ctany person wi that S Pt s(727)442- iM rT. SER & w i obfeowpd meopi aCnd f hunres of-
ehe ma nreid saliy requirkaheing rea- 5300 Orlan do... (407) Lithia- Bea utiful 4/2.5/2 39 Spacius. F ul Enti- ho me welcome. 1/2 EIE w
S cesonaber accommoa- 898-5500 To Free. on 6 ac. mo w/ponde CITRUS COUNTY tles, reaiy4toblU d in hour from Columbia,9tiaLsNo9sealtoor
c iontion in order to parici- 800) 603-3900 .Sp ege This country retreatfea- 2 executive lots 45 main waterfront area. In SC. 8ly $19,900 Owner big/small. Quick 1 o-s
is advE wieaharecrdf eynld St7 ree aTSe an. wole o r $)1. m ANo mationlfor t 8 78 e3- omen0 flakeniountgai n p tNin ARM 1-800-SELL-181; 1- 3-
Secincle th terns pate in ris meeting& Utrera. PA.L. tures park8like setting ofT. G0olf path of opmenatfin. 803-pro -7rty 95-fu4-A16- so
ansed totpealshould call the CiySpiegelEsq.,Miami. wood floors andefire- course community NearGulf&Bay!Whoue- r81a OnE RIAL
ich the appeal i rk at (813) 659-420T place1 Great scvoers $99,900 for both. oasale!e941-302-9700 TENNESSEE ACREAGE 2x menestLCrouRUSHNEL AcE
any b decision ma eaey at least 48 hours prior 100% HOME FINANCINGr ane close to everything. 443-567-1170 Acres, Mountain Top
iite c10fnirengdwitathsONAllCsituations consid- 695-H166. Century 21 39-5520/352-236-4579 tarong passin rhospitat.F ringqMountain Homes Real & Comrcin! coss
Sectionsi3e.e accord- p Section 4. The pro- eredfiPurchases Refi- Link Realty. HE6HOaDreSl bewMauatfrer fastwgrowingt $aeas.3 Cvistas, $3y,900. Owner Estate Muarphy, NyC omlercial ss
e withng the Amroceed- a osea ordinance sh nance &fLeasea pt ons.ancrof bea ctifue Great investment oppo (88F8nanc)n1 772-263-3775 sib rlie $ 9 0 n -ori n
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is mades4thsic r kec.iuordi Nationaors p r877-983 6600 lake& mountain proiptr-ie MINI FARMtC Beauti- 793-6663, 352-568-5398
waich thpee4-8nRsappealoenis to TAMPASn#1Investor'sbCoal.l8Own0- home, needs TLC, Four BUSHNELL 157 acres!
eastSectionS/ This resolu- Resources for Hard Mon MoE RE E o .2- Building on I acre. 7600 Four seasons- Southern sernlina. Zoned, industrial on 301
te pbear Ma- tice of the ey! 100% financing with /N E NEAR cEOM 3-ss200c/3-2-457 l s ft on bst ass in hosppitalitn. For more in- ing8000/sq.ft. Located & CSX tracks w/crosso -
prooseenactmentofhFeu RT DAYS wwwlocalaforestowrienton.$239,000 in- fo'allLakeside Realty indvidd bowner. D
nsctedw by theA aohr- s/irainanerdi snaiLHelpber fedaRehbdrws10 ac6.com/2n -cludes grocery store (888)291-5253- Gulftlos $150X rail siding. 352-
canc withte903ri -rpublBsreokinefront. Call Jay Crort ent. Tenant oc- www.lakesiderealty- er Motivated 740-489- 793-6663,352-568-5398
Act, anty persn icwith ae irgua Helper 813-258-8800 Atlantc4%Bka c- onboth yr. Beutfu3wo- kN m p
Cit2006.y Clerkatteung re Cit Clr EalAssociates Inc. i3t.T BUSHNELL 30 acres zon-
tion in order to partici- AFopteOdytmemiiwww.acafla.com" y o m;Nrs frImD LtAe GEORGIA Johnson acre Homesites at Intro- Western Carolina Real family! In city uifits,
nould c C ber A 2006. f K. Easy aFce s ) ;5 an i $69,900 Small pondv stricter comm. w/parKs best Mountain Proper- Meerna completed! 352
City, Fleastahouria pRl Wt) CT-wa Cut1- LtA$15va000 305 226 8683 pine and habrlwt oos, Cumberland Coun Homes and Land availa-
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tio nice Mayoro-Commhssin" W uVesins ncdy! HERNANDO CO. 2 Sub- Paper Co. pave3d-roads.9wner9fi WesternCarolinaRE.co building sites! Can be
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saed ordinance may b tvooitegrove.com 1g 0 ac/6 lots 525k Own GEORGIA LAND North tion 1-888-806-8013 Gulf front lots $595k. 125k. 352-793-6663 or
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14, 2u006 Painting-orra0eiFnLEOminteconr, nice yd. From NORTH FLORIDA LAND south's finest living. MISSISSIPPI LAND Sev- 4 unity on beautiful
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Apartments j [(Houses Unfurnished)) [(Motor Homes/ RVs)) Boat Charters / (( Sports Utility Vehicles))] [ Motorcycles )] ((Automobiles Wanted)) (CAutomobiles for Sale)) ([Automobiles for Sale))
Unfurnished J PLANT CITY RENTALS 35' 1999 WINNEBAGO Rentals CADILLAC 2006 SRX Low KAWASAKI 2005 KLR650- WANTED DONATE your car to MERCEDES 1991 E300
HARBOR Island, LG, lbr UNDER $1,000 BRAVE. Beautiful coach, BOAT TRANSPORT Miles Full Sunroof, Lots 2900 miles, $4250 Dead or Alive American Association runs and drives great.
HARBOR Island, LG, br, per month! slide, V10, new tires, BOAT TRANSPORT of Extra Chrome, V6, Please Call Cars Trucks & Vans. for cancer Research- Excellent con tion.
Iba, lcg, w/ den, 813-747-1128 EXT 0# loaded w/options, tow Flato Mass. Rear Wheel Drive, 813-951-1711 Cash Paid. Free Pick Up. Saving Lives Through $3795 or best offer
waterview, end unit, WWW.PCPROFESSIONAL pkg.$39K 813-677-6202 Rt6 Marine- $25,500727-545-1268 813-389-3048 Research. Fast/Free 813-240-5945
walking closet, granite, PROPERTY.COM R 6 508-991-7373. Towin, Non-RUnners
SS Appl, W/D, 37.5' 1998 Mountainair ) CHEVY 1998 Tracker, 4x4 SUZUKI 2000 RM125, new classics & Antiqu Acc able. Please Call Mercedes-Benz 2001 E55
$1450/mo 813-215-9228 Newmar Class A, gas Cf Boats Wanted )1 auto, low miles, JVC CD motor FMF exhaust, (Classics & Antiquesj Before the Tax Year *AMG* 36k, 4dr deluxe
RENT TO OWN w/slide, excellent condi- -5 player, alloy wheels, new tires/brakes, ga- Ends#800-728-0801 silver/black Ithr Great
LAND 0 LAKES! Pets welcome! Many tion $48,900 obo Boat Donations Wanted Mom's car. $3450. rage kept, exc., asking CHEVY 1981 El Camino Cond. Used on Week-
Ballantrae 4br3ba 2cg nice homes! Call 813- Call 813-312-5340 To Support Clearwater 863-944-8300 $1,850.813-842-6888 95% restored, orig. V-6 FORD 1984-86 LTD II or ends. Always Garage
w/loft, 2100sf, $1450 864-3347 ext.2 24 hr free MarieA arim rebuilt AC, new ext. Mercury Marquis want- Kept! (727)944-3992
month + dep. Call 813- recorded information! 888-Bates RV Nearly Tax Ded Atiblum Ford 2001 Expedition, SUZUKI 2004 Katana 750. -paint & int. Exc. cond. ed in exc. condition
727-8906 leave message wwwnewhome4u.or 600 Airstream Jayco 727-4411790 X235 rear AC, 3rd row seat, Blue, 2700 miles, excel- $11,000. (727) 856-2320, w/low miles Ask for MINI COOPER 2004
ynellynel@gmail.com "sa, Alpha 1-4 exit 14 Tpa. 72 1... X5 CD, cc, all power, 69k, lent condition, garage John 334-692-3050 Sports pkg moonroof,
Se __ e- great shape, $11,990 kept.$6500. DODGE 1967 Dart GT, alloy wheelsred/black
RUSKIN Waterfront units SOUTH TAMPA, 3 bed- (( Recreational Rental 813-963-6601 1953987 Call 352-567-6867 Original black on black FORD 1997 Mustan Con- 15K mi.$17,800.
3/1 $1100 & 2/1 $1000, room, 1 bath, 1 car ga- code, runs well. $2500 vertible, 1 owner, ooks 813-787-4913
Sec Dep req. boat docks rage. Great area! POPUP CAMPERS for rent S'(' YAMAHA '02 Roadstar! obo. 813-716-9890 & runs great. well
avail.813-72-6532 Forinformation Stove Fri Silver auto, dark blue, maint.All wr,newto! MITSUBISHI 2000 Mitsu-
Call 813-835-4022 A nntk rve light bar, luggae rack FORD1965 Mustang $3800obo 813-956-780 bishi Mirage fullower,
Speak to Shannon 813.542827www.popup FORD 2003 ESCAPE XLT pies 1kmi $7500 stoe 302V8 crome FORD 2001 Mustang GT
F4WORD, 2003 ESCAP 62K ob. auto.e,30 8hoe c. $5660, excellent, leave
TREASURE Island. lbr, SOUTH Tampa 3br lba rentalcampers.com m I s, cpa bo. 13-654-9325 auto. MUST SEE6 8cond. pr mivt exc message (813)960-9621
ba, great c, Sunsets, ca, It er, cond. private owner.
block to bch, stores, Bayshore are back- ( RV Storage )) 13 n0oxc n YAMAHA 2002 PW50, will trade. $13,500. 859- MITSUBISHI 2001
rest, bay, pier Sec Dep, eo l 5 mJ. TRANSPORTATION $13,-009 505-1262 veryery low miles, exc FORD 1974 Shorthed 274-3581 SPYDER GT, Red w/tan
Yr /seo NO pets. 109 W. El Prado. Avail OUTDOOR Storage 5515 A v con Nit2on,.$6500. ORuc F cus4 Sh1d Ithr., 5sp, low mileage.
$595/mo. 727-360-0474 able now. 813-805-9747. Causeway Blvd, RVs, ick&Buy Ready for Christmas!!! AC, Runs Strong $2,350 Fmiles erfec condi- Garage et. $13,500
Cars, Trucks, Trlrs. f rt s inc / E 'wind 813-661-8793 813-235-9210 or tion, $9980. 941-493-3332
T I 3/2 3213 Pearl 3105037 vBiew, Varico -1lv5e3r8 Parts / Misc. JEEP 1994 w/soft full & YAMAHA 2004 RadStar 8-5-7252 MUSTANG 1991 Converti-
1 U 4/2 4307 Iowa $1395 wind ammer tops, AC, 1800cc cstm wide tire, CHEVY Rally wheels with ble 4 cyl, runs great.
3/2 4437 Wallace $1150 1 AM/F CD, new 33' ot of chrome newtblk ie Rally wheels with Ne tens, r new fuel
WEEKIWA/EN / 20He rdes50 RVs / Campers Bt Area Motora Wrskta 813474 a4 obon 613-505- 507 f 9tyoarNo- low miles, new lad er u ew tir $2
Rent'-O Wnhawy Poolfirepae$40WaEngine rebuild & install $7000obo. 813-404-5473' oo 8'$13-505-5107 Jr a.r "$0camaro M 2l 0 C narer2-7.
Nto3rwarrantyv 14" $350 obo Call racks & material bins,
Home. M. Min. Down, No SPRING Hill-3br/2ba/2cg K o Tu Auto/Boat/RV JEEP 1998 Gr Cherokee TRAILER 2002 Hallmark 813-926-6319 very clean. $16000 each NESS 1994 300ZX
credit approvaHireq'd Unfurnihe /hmet LOOKINGtoBuy 813-926-9994 Lmtd..4x4 runs great enclosed,.6xl2, 2 motor- OBO 813-435-5336 Excellent condition,
c3br/25acg on nfloorsnishe ard home, tile Used Trav hel Trailer TNew air, oo coni- cycle trailer, finished in- (Automobiles for Sale) HONDA 1998 Civic DX, Ex miles, C 5 d,
3 5/2 acre ,n N ew.. [, dood c./-l l(AutUmobiles for Sale)l m s 5 S, "x :t ",
floors nice yard nice or 5th Wheel. EInes &Transmissions rice to sell atO
Call 866-212-7415 20|0 $950/mo. available Cal. U e to 3 Rbult 90. ay $3700. (813) 789-1874 $3000bo. 352-684-1881. A A Rated Donation Do er, good condition, no 813-244-5433

1/1/07Cal352-688-3867 Spas HoTu 5. Me BBB Installs LINCOLN 2000 Navigator, C( Golf Carts n eEater Ca a4500 ISLS gr2000 MAMA
CS. Tama-modern home "C Spas & Hot Tubs )] avail. 813-875-1500 Loaded! Good Cond.ol t ) Rieatre PI C3-7456.
br/.... S.vail.a-Estae. IrSeTaxDe- CGLE gray wih black
3br/2ba/2cg remod- RIMS, 22" X 9 5 for $1100 Orig owner Lthr e it UbpTow Any HONDA 1998 Civic leather, tint, spoiler,
[ Beach Rentals ) s o We sell, service obo. RWD, 5 lu, and $9999. oo813 9-185 GOL CARTSodl/Condition Help hatchback DX, blue, exc. cond., 75K miles
ctiled ba fenced bkys d name Rozzi, tires wanted.3Buy/Sell/rae Underprivileged Chil- 108K ml ood'condi- $8,850. 813-407-3770
$1700/mo. 8..3-839 _-091 &. needed, 813-454-6738 TOYOTA 1996 4 Runner Chargers, parts all relat- dren tion. $451B00N0A
CWER ATERvurnsacd mo813 9R5 83 212needed,813-454-6738 TOYOTA99 r low ed. 813-645-4515 Ruskin www.outreachcenter.or 813-731-6827 NISSAN 2002 Altima, nw
Waterviews,furnished, 9813-623-999 9V g180063 -71 ne a s
balcony 01 pool acuzzi, TAMPA BAY: All Areas ( Trucks Light Duty )] miles excellent condi- H9 8l g 1-800-693-7911 tires, new raes, newi-
27-453-9906or Rent! Cll for inf(407) atersports CHEVEROLET 1994 & 1998 813-957-6702 fully loaded! Un2004derRSXblk3 motrans,4 dnewtires, CD, 813-949-2199 000 Call
727-812-7564 468-8974/(800) 298-0326 ..... .5 S10 Longbeds One ..... LArctic Cat 2006 TRV500, full factory warranty. clean, loaded 91k mi-
$250.00 Gift Card for all KAWASAKI 2004 STX-15F, Runs/ One Doesn't TOYOTA 1998 Land Cruis- 4wd, used very lo $14,995. Call 813-962- $6000. 813-470-0518 NISSAN 2005 Altima
INDIAN SHORES3br,3ba sessigned in Dec. 3 heater, 16HP 4 1000 each OBO er. V, loaded, gn, 120K hours excellent cond- 126or 813-393-6651 00 1 EX 30,500 mi front wheel
TH direct on Bch. w/ stroke w/ new. trIr, like$60 ff()254-4681 mi, looks & runs great ti0t on_.57600. HONDA 2001 Accord EX didve,5spd1 auto,-ar.
pool. lstfIrcrnd atio TRINITY East- New Home new,225hrs $6900 obo PRICE REDUCED 139 00 813-264-5843. rautodkblue, 69K sp gar
w/outdoor kitc. $3500/ 4br-/2ba/2cg, consv lot, -27.8-5898 CHEVROLET 1999 Silvera- obo 813 949-8354 sunrf! DIr maintained, m ,i'CDnchanger, sunroof fully loaded, clear ti-
mo or $200/wk. gated, close to schools do 1500 2 dr, auto, V8, Toota 1999 Forerunner, S A aragekept!Gray Pwr windows, keless. tie, $7,000 Email John:
S 813-886-7889 quiet area. 1810 sqft. c Boats )) 2WD ABS, AC, cruise, 8oa, l F'o 5b0c-250cc Affor able athe t ak mi $1,400 813-2498418 j.gsechie.com
S1695/mo. + security ua airbags, tow pkg T i" ak go c family fun. Call for p- a-,008 13-244-27207 HO
( Condominiums ) Call 813-909-2427 12' TRACKER Jon Boat long bed truck box, gd edition, 1 owner. $10,500, ces. Finincin & I $23,900813-244-2720 HONDA 2003 Accord
S, 9.9 Evinrude 34 b tr trend, hig mi, silver w/ 813-545-5552 away avail 813-758-0549 BMW 2003 745 IL. 2,000 45kmi, airbag, ABS, AC, PONTIAC 1993 Bonneville
B6NDN 1&s fro WESLEY Chapel 3bd/2ba, mtr 2 swive seats, tilt, gray int. $4900 OBO "" ---n L, PS CC PDL.Sunrf, pwr V6, 117k miles, loaded,
,9N O O L fxur romn 1664s. New aint & car- alv trr goodcond 7 fasf sale! (813) 447-6032 TOYOTA 2000 4Rnner HONDA 2006 RTX 450ER. miles 100,000 mile ac- mirors CD new tires, AC, new tires, exc.
$9 o L pet. $1395/month 1950 obo. 813-781-8377 Cblac Itrlae, Assume pay off. In exc. ., nonsmoker $14750 cond. $1700 obo Cal
dos. Pool appliances, + deposit. CHEVROLET 1991 Silvera- c^thk,e1 cond. Around 30hrs run- loaide4d57066 obo. 813-966-689 813-962,7252/401-4459
gym, tennis. Move-in Call Patrick 16' 1998 3 seat do runs ood, 134000 sported, 10,l700 mi. ning. 813-986-2855r Call 813-866
special! Lon or short 702 6-38 irrocraft 25HP 199 mles, 10 or st of- must sell this week! HONDA 2003 Civic EX PONTIAC 2002 Bonne-
term. 239-43-6606. 7024163718 Mariner rocraf Tilt tiller er.Cal813-957-770 bes $9500 obo.813-453-9723 POLARIS 2004 Predator BMW 2003 Z4 Exc cond, 78K, Blk/Blk, 5 spd, 4 ville SLE v6 4dr, rey.
te 239-43 -6606. R mfrR int i Newr Tilt tiller, fer. Cal 813-957-7797 Race Ready. Mini-quad. sport package, garage cyl, 20 mo Warranty All power. Leather.
CARROLLWOOD Village $2500 813-842-4692 ([ Scooters / Mopeds ] Modified. Call fore- Kept, rarely used, r5k lef Sunroof. AM/FM Cass/CD. 14kmi.
2br/2ba, pool, W D, $25. CHEVY 2003 S10 LS, X- tails! $3 500 OBO! mi. Must sell my baby. $10500obo 813-842-3528 $12,000 813-839-5514
appi, water & ca le EFFICIENCIES $100/wk 17'2006 Sundance Skiff cab, V6, auto, loaded, YUMBO 2004Retro Scoot- **813-653-0224 ** 813-240-1133 HONDA 2005 AcrdEX PONTIAC 2006 Slstice
include. w/carport. APTS $i150B/wk. Also 50 hpYamaha PTT30 like new, 36K topper, er 50 cc Vespa replica, 00 PONTIAC 2006 Solstice
$1000/mo + dep. Avail- HOUSES for rent, hrs Too much euip.to 18-24m $11,900. black, exc condition BUICK 1997 Regal Grand 23k mi, 4 dr 4 cyl, ABS Full .id- i Cm;
able now! 813-963-3893 furn/unfurn k/month list$10,500 CallorPde- 813-988- 197 lowmiles. $1000 obo YAMAHA 2005 Banshee Sport (GS) 81k, leather, alarm, alloy wh-s, 6-CD Bi, b.acI'a L nhr ,nr.
813-217-5798 Spansh: tails 813-951-1711 813-843-1583 Spec. Edit. less than 30 loaded, excellent cond, XM radio, cruise, i -.r.r AnlS:.ee `4.i30
Duplex/Triplex J 813-774-4696) directory 1 DODGE 2001 RAM 1500 hrs., Toomey T6, K&N, must see, $4900. driver/pass/side i1.3.6 -6. A+* cond'
1 v 17' BASS TRACKER, 2005, Club Cab, silver 4WD, CC r l lot's of ext's. ATV. 813-971-3016 1953329 airbags, leather int.,
PLANT City 2 Bedroom (( Townhouses 11 PT175 Coastal Series, 8cyl, cold A/C, 10K mi, Vt Go Carts JJ $4890/obo 727-612-1687 moon/sun roof, owr SAAB 02 :9 Turbo' 5'lr,
1Bath Near 1-4 No pets 50hp$9900. exc condo. $8,200 obo 2_ic B locks/eats/wnds. Per- H.c,: el rv met
W/D hook-u, CHA all PLANT CITY 2bdrm du- 813-46-8266 813-653-1754/434-5689 GO Carts (2) 1 with new f (i & fect Cond. Low Miles. bii. i .-tr.-r ..: ,r, de
tiled. 813-719-3967 lex near hospital. FORD en : $450. .Other c All up,,>rades. 32+ mpg m, .u'ae ,nam .' i,
$680/mo .+ sec. Good FORDu1994 RangerXLT n.w tres CADILLAC1988wy.xtremely safe, mn3nDed'l... ...
e6801.t + sec. Good5 182003 Sailfish CC 115 X cab all 4.0 X 5spd new Bu both for $600 CAILAC198nEgLsandno
Plant C 3br 2b e/ credit rq.813 2-3630 15 X$600 AV TERMI NATO R automatic, power wn maintenance r r Ex-
lant C 2o Dost ,$825+ Yamaha, 125 hrs, 751b clutch, 3 dr p, AC, "81 $6- 0 110CC, 4,cycles, electric dows goodtires afford- tremelyrliable&com-SAAB J.'
$5c0, D gep .813 4-8030 W thrust trol mtrbow mnt runs rest $250 start, 3 speeds + re- able transgortafon" 1st ortreme areCiab1i & corn- A ',, ",,
$5 0 aterfrontRentals) I atrlr,bim sswir n 013-35-27949 ([ Motorcycles ) verse neverused 9 $850.. ~ crae c$19500 Convert. 26i800 mi. ier-
( hm fo adder ex condo, extras, l20 FiSO H 20e Motor used, $995. $850.813-835-4494 obo (813) 500-0870 fect condition, Laser
[Houses Furnished }] WATERFRONT home for $14,900.813-671-8927 FORD.2001 F15.0 Harley 2000 Harley Deuce cus- C i. ecpierson@hotmail.co Red/black- int. Viqens
rent 4Br/2Ba fenced Davidson, V8, fiberglass Hmrunit. iL~rry m'a
TEMPLE TERRACE area, yard, pets OK,2400so.ft 18 Boston Whaler 2000 topper, 2" wheels 32k tom seat & sdd s Automobiles Wanted) ) 49i, kept unde m atL un "73@ '
waterfront, 2br/lba $1875mo. Annualy. a Dauntless 150 hp outbrd mi black exc cond. mintcond 6000 mi. B k er, new tires w/records, HONDA 2006' CIVIC 2 ,-r L $21 300
with deck overlooking Crest Sub. T-N-C area. digital inst. low hrs. $16,500 13-629-5953 t y2,00 oebxt to- list Call 813-610-7887 for likenew! $7500.813- door, equ4pp-5i .1s RV 81 ,4-..cSl "
Hillsborough River. BEACHFRONT Condo comfort pack. $17,500 $12,000 obo 813-754-4846 cash for you unwanted 677-2212,813-482-3531 tow car, auti. vr ., 3K
$1100/month nonsmok- Redington Beach gulf CalIJimi 863-471-6118 NISSAN 1998 UD1800 BUELL2001 Blast b HD vehicals, any and all. mi, best ,.er. 1.6. 6
ing. Call 813-988-4580 view 1500 mo. month- Box Truck, 14' diesel, 500cc 6800 uick/ast response. CHEVROLET 2006 HHR LT 214-3594 -
ly. C 1813-714-1019 18' Bowrider w/ '87 r stick shift 137K mi, exc cleanbike1 68 0 on'tdelay! 26500 mide, automadtic,4h HYUNDAI 2006 Sonata
(Puick load alum.trr, cond.t$8060.-763-5001 or cylinders loaded with HYJNDAI 2006 Sat U
(Houses Unfurnished) P Yamaha (no run- 813-417-4218 813-763- or $$$ CASH $$$ options factory warran- GLS, 13,950i, wht/tan SATURN 1997 SL, man
ni nog) depth finder $950 813-230-3884 For Cars, Trucks & ty $13995 813-962-0752 fact wrty, Car fax cert, uai silver, nice tires
APOLLOo$ BEACHBrand83-in-)CI__: andwheeldrude
APOLLO BERACH Brand o 813-935-8185 NISSIAN 2003 Frontier HARLEY 2003 Sportster VansCAny Price/An or cell 315-323-0462 ,all ts dr svcdCD e
New 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, w/ 36Kmi,4doorTime_2CA.LL.M3E8F/RST!313,250727-776-4r2 miles/ runs well, $2,000.
bonus rm, 2500+sf 20' 1997 Monark, Pon- Like New 15,306 cyl, 883 100th Anniv mod, TieCL EFR0 Ta3lz 0 2813"62,-6856
k r 0 1upaNwwhtipearl w/match hel- 727-505-3882 CHEVY 2000TrailBlazer Infiniti 1993 J30T, exc.el- 6-6856
ake, lanai, all appfs, toon boat 60HP Mercu- graded CD/ radio pwr m sm w h,, sad-161,500 4 auto 1GNCS InTOYOTAt199 .JTUE, excel-,
lawncare incl. from ry, CD player, trolling rocks windows, Taigate die asm wndsh1 d,sa CASH ON THE SPOT 13W4Y2266285 6 2WD lent condition, dark TOYOTA 1992 CAMRY LE,
$1695/mo. 941-345-5748 motor, Runs Perfect extenderroof rack See ne 313 Cars Trucks Vans AM/FM radio, ABS, AC en, $63800. white, 4cyl auto, runs
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