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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
Uniform Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tampa tribune
Publication Date: August 29, 2007
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Plant City
Coordinates: 28.014167 x -82.128889 ( Place of Publication )
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The Words 'Spill Out

Retired Tampa
Tribune reporter
George Graham
returns to his
roots with his
first novel, a
story of political
intrigue set on a


A Click Away
Plant City's new
budget can be seen on
the city government's
Web site.
Page 24


A Home
Of Their Owq
A Plant City
organization is
helping low-income
families realize the
American dream of
home ownership.
Page 29


island that
resembles his
native Jamaica.
STORY, PAGE 12


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
George Graham turns back the clock to a time when Jamaica's leaders stood at a crossroads in his
first novel, "Hill-an'-Gully Rider." His novel suggests the consequences of a different path.
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Dancing Night Away
Do you have two left
feet? Or do you move
like Fred Astaire? It
doesn't matter at a
monthly dance.
Page 31

Big Year Ahead?
Durant High School's
golf coach looks
forward to big.things
this season,
particularly from his
girls' team.
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Local Resident Helps

Needy In Nicaragua


PLANT CITY Staci Watson
has always had an open heart,
and this summer she spent six
weeks in Nicaragua with Open
Hearts Ministry.
The University of Florida
internship program took her
and three others to The Nar-
row Gate, a farm that is in the
middle of a large dump site.
Most of the children are or-
phans and from families that
are too poor to care for them,
so they sort through garbage
for anything that can be recy-
cled.
She spent three days at
Managua Re-nutrition Center,
where infants are rescued, and
four days with a pastor and
his family, where no English
was spoken. Watson said her
church, First Baptist Church
of Plant City, helped sponsor
her mission trip.
The daughter of James and
Della Watson and the grand-
daughter of Marie Cooper, she
has a brother Justin and is a
proud aunt to Jason. Staci
Watson will continue her
studies at the University of


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist


Florida, where she is a sopho-
more and a member of Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes.
Her area of study is family
youth and community sci-
ence.

Junior Woman's Cub
Installs Officers
PLANT CITY New officers
for the Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club were installed at the
club's Aug. 9 meeting.
The Florida Federation of
Women's Clubs' director,
Carmela Johnson, performed
the-ceremony. Special guests


The Plant City Junior Woman's Club recently installed officers. From left, Melissa Jones, treasurer,
Cheryl Abbey, historian; Jennifer Hess; recording secretary; Kathie Pagliaro, fourth vice president;
Michelle Wegner, third vice president; Carmela Johnson, FFWC District 8 director, Racquel Sturgis,
president; Bobbie Ehrenfeld, first vice president; and Sheri Dusse, second vice president.


attending the meeting were: .
Pat Keel, FFWC president;
Cheryl Benton, FFWC District
8 director; Jolie Frankfurth,
FFWC vice director of Junior
Clubs; and Lynn Werner, pres-
ident, Temple Terrace Junior
Woman's Club.
The Juniors are busy plan-
ning their annual fundraisers,
including the Florida Straw-
berry Festival Baby Parade,
the Little Miss Plant City con-
test and the Shoe Project. The
club also plans to work closely
with Bryan Elementary School
on projects.


Johnson Matriarch
To Celebrate Birthday
PLANT CITY Friends and
family are invited to help cele-
brate Evelyn Johnson's 80th
birthday from 3 to 5 p.m. Sept.
16 at an open house.
Evelyn and husband Elton
Johnson opened one of Plant
City's first restaurants. That
sparked their sons, Buddy and
Fred, to open BuddyFreddys.
Buddy Johnson went on to
become Hillsborough Coun-
ty's elections supervisor, and


See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 N


Staci Watson recently returned
from Nicaragua, where she
helped infants and orphans.


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BETTY BRIGGS

Continued From Page 3

Fred Johnson continued the
family tradition when he
opened Fred's Market Restau-
rant and Grandpa Johnson's
Barbeque in Plant City. He
now has a restaurant in Lake-
land, and his son, Owen, man-
ages the barbecue.
Friends and family can drop
in at the open house at 2010
W. Hunter Road off Paul
Buchman Highway North and
wish her a happy birthday.
The family requests no gifts,
please.

Birthplace Was
Meriwether Hospital
PLANT CITY Bill Meriweth-
er called to say that the former
hospital that was above down-
town's modem day Camellia
Rose Tea Room & Gifts, where
entertainer Mel Tillis' daugh-
ter Pam was born, was once
called Meriwether Hospital
after his father, who was one
of Plant City's early physi-
cians.
Bill Meriwether, a former
longtime Plant City commis-
sioner, is working for the city
of Tampa's real estate divi-
sion.
Mel Tillis, a former Plant
City area resident, was men-


Johnson family photo
Evelyn Johnson is turning 80. From left, her son and daughter-in-
law Fred and Tammy Johnson, and Evelyn and Elton Johnson.
She has been active with
-- the East Hillsborough Art
SGuild for 16 years. She was
president in 1992-94, 1998-
:1 -, 2000 and 2006-07.


Eleanore McDade, who has
been active in the Art Guild, is
moving to the mountains.

tioned in a recent column
after he was named to the
Country Music Hall of Fame.

Local Artist
Moving To Georgia
PLANT CITY A special
blessing to a fine artist and
good friend, Eleanore McDade,
who is moving to the Georgia
mountains.


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the most interesting upcoming
events. For a complete list of
Tampa Bay area events, see this
week's Friday Extra.


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Call (813) 754-4444 to
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Thursday

Young Professionals
An organizational meeting
is at 5:15 p.m. for young pro-
fessional interested in helping
with the Plant City Photo
Archives.
The group will be a network
of people between the ages of
25 and 49 who wish to support
the archives' museum and
outreach activities. The recep-
tion for potential members
will be at the museum's exhib-
it gallery at 119 N. Collins St.
downtown.
Plant City Photo Archives is
dedicated to the preservation
of the community's history
and heritage, and collects and
preserves historical photo-
graphs.
Call (813) 754-1578.

Reservation Deadline
Today is the reservation
deadline for the Plant City
Christian Women's Club's
Tuesday luncheon meeting
and program at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive.
The theme of the 11:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. event will be Pre-
dicting, Preparing and Plan-
ning. The guest speaker, Millie
Farthing, will talk about how
"you can't predict the future,


Plant City
Courier & Tribune
We are atwice-weekly publication
from The Tampa Tribune that
keeps readers informed about
what's going on in their communi-
ty. We need help from you as well:
Send us your story ideas, letters to
the editor, even your photographs.
After all, we're powered by your-
voice.


Plant City Photo Archives photo (1996)
Plant City Photo Archives, which is dedicated to preserving com-
munity history, invites young professionals to participate.


but you can plan for it." Susan
Gitlin will play the flute. The
special feature will be wed-
ding cakes by Kymberly Le
Houllier.
The cost is $13. Call (813)
651-0383 or (813) 759-6569.

Friday


Jam At Coffee Shop
A jam session is set for 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E.J. Arden Mays
Blvd.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Music And Religion
The group Descendants of
the Cross performs at 7 p.m.
at Sydney First Assembly of
God, 14905 Sydney Road,
Dover.
Call (813) 659-0532.

It's Rivalry Time
The two local high schools,
Plant City and Durant, open
their football season against
each other at 7:30 p.m. The


Raiders host the Cougars at
their stadium at One Raider
Place, just off Alexander Street
near James L. Redman Park-
way.

Dancing Singles
The Strawberry Singles Club
has a dance from 8 to 11:30
p.m. at the Stardust Dance
Center, 1405 S. Collins St.,
Plant City. The cost is $6 for
members, $7 for associate
members and $8 for non-
members.
Call (352) 523-0114 or (813)
759-2063.

Saturday


Start Your Engines
Thousands of motorcycles
and fans are expected for the
monthly Bike Fest from 5 to 9
p.m. in and around Union
Station Welcome Center, 102
N. Palmer St.
The event features live mu-
sic, vendors and the roar of
motorcycles, old and new.
Call (813) 754-3707.


Post Your Own Calendar
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plantcity.tbo.com


Coffee And Music
The group Billy Needs A
Beard performs at 7 p.m. at
Espress Yourself Coffee 101,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Tuesday


Lions Roar
The Plant City Lions Club
meets at noon at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites, 2011 N. Wheel-
er St. Call (813) 752-6193.

University Dedication
A dedication ceremony is
set for 11 a.m. for Plant City's
new Evangelical University
and Seminary.
Most of the courses will be
taught at 105 E. Baker St.
Former Mayor John Dicks
will deliver the keynote ad- -
dress. A reception will follow
the ceremony, when prospec-
tive students can ask ques-
tions and pick up information.
SCall (813) 707-4404 or go to
www.evangelicalu.org.

Keyword: Entertain-
ment, for a searchable
database of events,
times and locations.

Write to Things To Do, George
Newman, The Tampa Tribune,
101 N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL
33563or e-mail gnewman
@tampatrib.com; or fax to (813)
865-4441.


COMING SATURDAY
Plant City women join a
national sewing bee for
vets.



TO SUBSCRIBE,
CALL (813) 874-2863.


SNAP, SHARE AND ENJOY!
SNAP is a free online
5. community photo gallery
created by your friends and neighbors in the Tampa
Bay area. Come in to look, or upload your photos and
joining. > Go to plantcity.tbo.com.


THINGS TO DO


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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.
WOMAN'S CLUB: The Woman's
Club of Plant City holds its reg-
ular meetings at 10:30 a.m. the
second Tuesday monthly at the
Woman's Club House, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. Board meetings are
9:30 a.m. the last Monday
monthly.
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB: The
Plant City Junior Woman's Club
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Wom-
an's Club House at 1110 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 928-0211
BERRY PATCH GUILD: The Berry
Patch Quilt Guild meets at 7:15
p.m. the second Thursday
monthly for a business meeting.
The club also meets from 10
a.m.-noon Wednesdays for a
sit-n-sew. The meetings are at
the Winter Visitors Center, 304
Dort St. (813) 752-0679
CIVITAN CLUB: The Plant City
Civitan Club meets at 6:45 a.m.
the first and third Thursday
monthly at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St. (813)
986-2827.
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY:
Habitat for Humanity of Plant
City meets at 6 p.m. on the
third Monday monthly at Keller


Williams Realty, 1701 S. Al-
exander St. Call (813) 717-7946
or visit www.plantcityhabitat
forhumanity.org.

LIONS CLUB: The Plant City
Lions Club meets at noon Tues-
days at the Red Rose Inn and
Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St. (813)
752-6193.

FEDERATED REPUBLICAN
WOMEN'S CLUB: The Plant City
Federated Republican Women's
Club meets at 6 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. Dinner buffet is $15.
(813) 754-0424.

TOASTMASTERS CLUB: The
Plant City Toastmasters Club
meets at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at
the Greater Plant City Chamber
of Commerce, 106 N. Evers St.
(813) 752-4949.

NOONDAY ROTARY CLUB: The
Plant City Noonday Rotary Club
meets at noon Mondays at the
Red Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 299-2233.

ROTARY DAYBREAK CLUB: The
Rotary Daybreak Club meets at
7 a.m. Monday in the commu-
nity conference room, South
Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N.

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Alexander St. (813) 363-7189.
KIWANIS CLUB: The Plant City
Kiwanis Club meets at noon
Wednesday at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler
St. (813) 752-6171.
AL-ANON MEETING: Hope Al-
Anon meets at 7:30 p.m. Mon-
days at St. Clement Catholic
Church, 1104 N. Alexander St.,
Room 7. (813) 752-5316.

STRAWBERRY STITCHERS: The
Strawberry Stitchers are looking
for willing hands to help with
sewing and stuffing teddy bears
for charity. No sewing is neces-
sary, and all are welcome. The
group meets at 7 p.m. Thurs-
days at the Winter Visitors
Center, 403 Dort St. (813) 990-
9155.
Send Club Clips to Dave Nicholson,
bureau chief, The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
e-mail to dnicholson@tampa
trib.com; or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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Sgt. Christopher Huckaby, son
of Stan and Cindie Huckaby of
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Aug. 11. The couple will live in
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover:. % Ler Rl, iitlells. if


AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
dllen Chapel. ir/ 1t I, ra i. -2 -vw.,
Mount Olive: I/ It ltdi, l *s.. V
Mount Olibe. /i/rln ',! -If'.d w,

APOSTOLIC
A',amblea Aposolita:
Iiv/ (-,. ,'.t R.I "3-'~ 31I.
posoUlic (Jiurch ol Jesus Christ
i212 1 Rerwv -.ii

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: 'hai'rn t RdAl
lity.':, t -,0"-12
Beduhiy: '4'14 iltan,til R.4
riawio',..i 10- wi--[
Cahlary Fellotnhip.
/l/ ,V i ...n.Ij, .t 'S.r52
Christian Life t.sembl):
/1lr' Ildrkl tR 5'-1 '2
Doier Fiprt iR' 5.- u:'flt Rd c.i9Ji43(
Faith Temple: 1i-4 .iltifl, nvw'ib.
P,'/s **,'hn l lin i.'. l'
Faith Ligtihou!.e:. .-' )'3.\ '-52'"/,-S5"
lirIst slit iii I iitu Gnrlffi i.:1
11 ,,s *r j) 3 /
Fort %lainL. T i;. eru.. 'u'i ,'t i .';'
"- 1,dles AI '.1 ,.
Kef ille: _i, *-' ~ i" i';;
Mount Lion: i .s ..1 *-,.i I/.F d i".2-. i. I
Pleas nlt ,rote: iri t-re /i 'ai, < '.
Victor) %Norship (enter: 6.- Nl.i IINe R'

S)dn cy: '41i c 'R / /I 1, i [ ul
il.,ra '. ,ol r Pd .', l'9.11 _
TurkeN (reek. lrtr .' ,rut A.1 "Ad--5i".

BAPTIST
thm.a: if.'e I r.t I Ar \ ,I 1 ', s% iu

Mari) Baptist .L.l/,/tii inh AJ

.ntio(ll. I(.ir,.,, /;* -3- L,'
Berea: ';' **'' -'.i-1 '
Bedian: ..-rk ,i -) -*'0. ''
Bethel:. s t A n4 h.v i -i'..%"I
Beulah: l/et .:*. i i l i '.' .
liit "-"' /i-122
Bible: ,i'ani i, tCnlin td --'.2?- 5
Butnhnood Temple: [u,!,1 Or R R"~i,
" 2. I.0
(altar) fre( Will: i's:.' frip q'-i i I
Cedar rome: [ At'i'//t. Rd "3- 1 4
(en'ral of Lidhia Pinn'r Aeu o'i-. A,-,
(hurth on the Botk: lt I ..i.n 4'
i2. i4i'
(ommunil (Christian:

f roqsroads- .iPC 3> Pinhrn-cn v,

(ounLsr.ide Baptist Church:
I1.22 'dne iR /,, .2"1 ii


BAPTIST CONPD
Domer First \ G6iti.igir Rd 659 li'1?
fisi./ei'/f Ie l (lirn 1 it 'i4-.'-/1
East lhonolo.as.,a: Il/cntoi,.
< ?' *,inlF,. Ril '..,. 6
Faith Femple Primidve:
/i ,;S' It l.oll'r,.f,l,,ii '54-'sClt
rirst Baptisl Church of Midiva):
,thla, r, U '52' "J-i
Firsi Baptisi Uthia: Iitir ,,in ii.- 'i'39
l l'it,. h r,it' -t 1 "nl -' 112i
First Plant (it): A0s \ inmtr A---4l/n
Firll Tionotiosasa Missionan:
tl iit i' ,i' . 4-'A 4 ,
Harmon) Baptist (hurch:
(tW It Arnt!l Itrifi l/'J, W'.. "h1'6i
Hopes eater. 5( .i4i8
Hopeell: SAj'.-' 3.Y"i'
kniights: F.it Baclun.ii, hu'\. -' .49'-2
ltbanon: Br., h.i',, R id i--.21s'm
Lone Oak: i.';n -ad #A,/ 4- 2"8
Mount Moriah Freeidll:
Itarrep'n s ,., .uii' it -i 4-4t f
Mount Morialh Free-ill:
1-i ',l.si, R 3'. /14 .I
Mount Olite. (4 i fi i "i '.-35.S
New Hope Freeitill Baptist Church:
310l dJri.'r Ls.'evr iR.l l,',ir
Net ML Zion Freetill: jli/ D.iists AR.

Northside: I iv V Ir.intl it "i' -'.2-
(ikish ...' It .l riu l l -5i-AR 5' .'i
Plant (it} Primitive: i.l,'V fiert if

Pleasant Grose First: hist-ri rck F1

Shiloh Baptist Church:
' Itli t itrra r -'i4-+4'.i
Springhead: .< itgifqs ,,iniJ )5-.S"
SL luke Missionar): /(ti lit,rrwr v3

SL Mary's FreeIdtl: Hiuntlier it,,rrr, _V

SL Mar) Missionary: 10- Li. Cw('

SL MarN's Communit COlhrth:
'$ )ll u r. iSt, "' i.-f (K,
S)dne): ilt.ior Rd (.9 /li2
Turkey Creek Community Baptist Church:
i-,H" itirV'ri (-it /?d .Y'1 "'. I- .1
Turke) Creek firt.: frai.lldd

Victor) Missionan: I1.ii A/Ri
Welcome Baptist .4i'9 itt.ri4 l'e
(liqrth it (8.'/131 .''L
`Aesisidt: -'i5t i it (iinlidl it
",5. /41/i
ulnehurst Rd: m'/ %' \lniLiLurvt RAd


PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little limon: I i I.'.ii li /'.{)

Salem Primid e:
1 i- '1 M 'n Ll Rl l it h t.l,/,'l


CAlllOUC
St.L element il:li. A /X,,ranud v.
"52-.Vil

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rdc- l.,4 WIderRd, 752-2771
Coric CorkRoad, 752-1521
Laura St 103 F [misr, 9 -52-2858
springhead. t iiris ,1 -54-1485

CHRISTIAN (Dripila ol Crinsi)
Fir'- s. 211'> ri "i,.',, .i Ad, 'l2 -5 ..'iiS

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Coromnerone Chridan. ,tliti,.,, h- Rd


CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ne, Gra(e: 1214 F Liter i t

CHURCH OF GOD Cileveland. Tenn)
Calarn Community: 52'1r ,ii1i lt.,ids R,l
Doter fi&niting 5. f s'iy.''l
Plant City: 2/I'.3 Int/i.ike d ,V -fitiL
Turke) Creek: linrt'i, 'rl P.R1
,ii '5,'r r -.I.ti
1nionotosas,.a:
/1 '- \ ral..r ,'! '4.1 /i'*l .

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indinalj
Kings-a) first: 2,'1s A5,' i.l \
tfisf 5." "illS
Plant (ity: a.r.t,.t r ',l /,p,
-/3 1,t.o .ini,, h % :. ..'/'.l
Fir t A '\rdl. it .ii Bii,'r 't
"i2.1,.- 3
Gospel rahernacle:. I&-'i i: !,ats,

EPISCOPAL
SL Peter's:3w IJ i st


FULL GOSPEL
D[It-tin) Church of Plamn (ity:
1112A.\ llvTt.\


HOLINESS
Deli erance Tabernacle:
._q Grant %I
Refuge Church of Our Lord:
72/L W1 sit di/

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernade:
311 SazMnondlA' kJ i '; j3
Res oradon Setmnhl):
ite. 'N rie[ i/
Esngelits flor.lji-us Tabernacle:
7i 'i f. ,,llh,i r l.!,I-.01f2

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
(ahlan (hapel Plant (ity:
131/ ./l A \,I hiln, i ti. \ )2?.Oilu
Christian Gromth Centenr
1310 % Shritwsn '19'.ljA


INTERDENOMINA10NAL (Cond)
Cotenant Bible Church: lh)l Ftw 3fA'r vt

Deeper Life Fellotship:
indsR4Ad, uJfR J9A.
Revival Outreach Center
225N DoverRd, 681-2250

JEHOVAHS WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3.202 'fanland iw,.


LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Churdt ol jesus Christ LDS:
i,&A.1 i.,irl' Rd i.AI04

LUTHERAN
Hope I(MS: J'in/ P.irk RBid. "-' Ss22
lord of Lile ELCA:
'11/4 I l ilke Rd "'2U(.fIA

NAZARENE
Plant (it) (ommunity church of the
Nazarene. 241-L I hil./A.iS twd 521 '1.3

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellksc-lip:
it IIclir..Ae
Full Go-pel Tabernmle:
2-J/1 \ififn,.i,L, A.d ". 4-.3
Greater Lote Christian (enler:
Illi')\ Ir,,Jl'htn "i L)'
Impact Family ,orship Center:
Itr/,s dlt ff T'Ir llemildtsir
_h, 1j' I i' '-.l4
Kamos International Church of florida:

Grace Bible Ministries:
Itl l2l[ lll./thj .4i'W -+26-424
Initi Christ Church.
I' 11 GSrk, t 6iJ.. .2.4
tiouman'- Prause and Worship (enter.


ORTHODOX
Hol) Protection Ordlodo\ Church:
3 t..> II t '.,s L I Rd lXt'r, f6 ,-l/24

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Famil)y or-hip (enter
33j 'l le.tnss ',s "'i4- '
thing Waters Foursquare Church:
,i S Itain it 0U.
New Hope Wor.hip (enler
,5s i it .l fil.nrui 3'1 '-ni./,'

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
Doter.: tr /.iAt Like HI. ,/ri,
twe1 Kitfet o"'i 1301!
(hturh of tde Lihing God:
li( r'r Sit. "i- 4S9

PRESBYTERIAN
EDangelital Plant Cil):
///I0" Ctiti. nfli'i Rd, A .'14 5vYj


PRESBYTERIAN (Contd)
Firti Presb)lerian Plant (ti:
41/I f it'ruv, Vit - .-'l

SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
Walk with God Ministry.
15140 SR574, Dover 659-0930

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTHST
Plant Cily 22..W rvi htrrri Lr
?---59'H

SEVENTY TIES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
-SAFE" I Single Agamn Fellotship
& Etangelism"
.Jill tultI I -r, Pd "j4-.L+4'

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First !is. It l.r.r, PA, -'v.m

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SL Mark Uniltd Church:
.11I [lul .i klnn's t id driL'.


UNITED METHODIST
Curk: +S-i i1 n.f ,ln 1,'
54- J.i.
Doier FirNt: '. re, Li.b- .A:t.d
ilfllJ tL k i n. h7,I 'j* 14i- /
Firt\ Plani (ity it'3 %v fsr s st
"; .{ t'/I'
Grace: 19ill t 1Ci ri i; t ri-i'' / -h
Sun-el HeigliLs: CdJfie'r "i4--44-/
Springhead: 2111i yir "im, At',

St luke: ,_ riF Litri if -i- .lpi
IlhonotoSissa."l- m'n A rtg H .l
twAls'x .'r 'A ,.- 1'i
Trinit) Plant (Ci:
4 ?'HI rctisl'l ~i "'2*'. flt.

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Consultants get
$17,250 to
streamline the
city's standards.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY When visitors
stroll through the downtown
historical district, one thing is
clear: Even with the variety of
building types, the overall ar-
chitectural style harkens back
to a more rustic era.
Yet to city officials' eyes, the
ordinances governing histor-
ical preservation seem murky.
There are several passages
in the regulations that are
"downright vague," City Man-
ager David Sollenberger said.
Clarifying the language of
the codes has become a priori-
ty on the city's to-do list, Sol-
lenberger said, and an inde-
pendent contractor has been
paid $17,250 to streamline
"what the standards should
be."
Orlando-based GAI Consul-
tants was awarded the con-
tract after beating out two
companies during the bidding
process.
The updated codes will take
the smallest details into con-
sideration, Sollenberger said,
including exterior colors, the
width and height of windows,
and the length of porches and
carports. The updated regula-
tions will be more specific than
current ones, city officials said.
City Attorney Ken Buchman
said the guidelines have not
been altered in 10 years. Peri-
odically, ordinances need
"maintenance and tweaking,"
Buchman said.
"We're making it user-
friendly," Buchman said of the
guidelines. "It will be a lot
easier from a builder's stand-
point if they know exactly what
to do."
The work will be completed
in two phases. Sollenberger
has approved $11,000 available
from the 2006-07 fiscal year for
GAI Consultants to finish the
first phase this fall. Money for
the second phase will be allo-


Sollenberger
Says some of the
regulations are
"downright
vague"
cated pending the city com-
mission's review of the 2007-
08 fiscal year budget in Sep-
tember, Sollenberger said.
By 2008, officials hope the


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LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10-00 AM
Morning Worship I 1:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 6-00 PM.
Wednesday- Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00 PRM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown PLnt Ciri
ib n, .-r. R ,Tr:I...L. s tkur SireEr.l
75--3519
WORSHIP HOURS
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,Cbikircn AdLit
11 amni Tradtional \s'orI'.p In
The 'Saanctuarn
Sunday E enings
.:.uLf l'nmal] Group- c ,:,r-A.lp
6:00 8:00 pm
Wednesday E enings
o.uth FellowUhp, P.O E.R Kid-.
rLm Time Dinner \duitStud.,
S 00 8:00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
, Ir hel t.lt,," ..i: . ,l '.. 0 u-q .'4l i6r0 -0,


clarity of the downtown archi-
tectural design-and-preserva-
tion regulations will go deeper
than a building's facade..
"Some loopholes need to be
closed," Sollenberger said.
"We don't want anything out
of place."
Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


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Codes To Be Tweaked


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass
4pm English
Sunday Masses
7am &10:30am
English
8:30am & 7pm
Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. L
Plant City. FL 33563
iof 1-4. E ti 21 South, .
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
6813i754-1237 or si 31478-1185


SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday 6:30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. 'n er ",. r,, ,,', i
752-8345


Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
i'.'- \\ inrpleli r_..,d
Planti (i FL -'
Phone 81 -.52.'89)0 or 813 -52-'850
Sunday
B ih le LudJ r..r ill .ige ; nm I
NMorning x\.-,r-hip 10 ( '.im
D -itnplcnhIp Tr\n.t'nm ,,.prn

Wednesday
Firnih Dinner .opm
Pr%,er Mcnitin 6 3.ipmn
.)utlh Bil NEtiud-Nc ( pippmi
Tc.rimK iJ- 'pm
Teii, Kid- o ;,-pm
Choir Kche.irm.il Alpm
\ fHen ci. ,lllat Iir all _en'r ic
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Visit us this Sunday or call us at 752-5061. for more information.
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302 N Carey Street. Plant Cir,
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Recasting Lifes Choces


"Do not go gentle into
that good night,
Old age should bum and
rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the
dying of the light"
l. .lan Thomas

"This might be my way of
raging against the dying
of the light"
Geo Gmham

By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY First, full dis-
closure: I adore Jamaica
George.
But then, so do many who
know the self-described "little
brown man" who covered
Plant City's police and politics
for The Tampa Tribune. Until
last year, when at age 72 he
went into retirement for
the third time.
For a year, George Graham
did not touch his computer
keyboard, hibernating in his
Lakeland home, "burned
out," he said, from the daily
grind of writing to meet con-
tinual deadlines with little to
show for it.
"When I got into this busi-
ness, I actually thought in
some small way I might
change the world," he said
wryly.
Still, he rose with the sun
each day; donned his "little
magic reporter's coat" and
waded into the fray.
"If I had my hat the felt
hat with the 'front page press'
on the front, you couldn't
stop me at all," he would say.
Graham figures he has writ-
ten 10,000 articles in his half-
century newspaper career.
"It's like writing in the
sand," he said. "The waves
come and wash it -away. I
wanted a monument."
Enter "Hill-an'-Gully Rid-
er," an ironic web of politics,
romance and intrigue set on
an exotic island that bears a
striking resemblance to Gra-
ham's native Jamaica. '
Palm-fringed beaches, lux-
ury cars and yachts, squalid
slums and stoned Rastafar-
ians inhabit the lovely but
corrupt paradise that serves


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
George Graham, in his office at his Lakeland home with his dog Maxi, has published his first novel,
"Hill-an'-Gully Rider," an ironic web of politics, romance and intrigue set on an exotic island.


as a backdrop for Graham's
tale of a naive, charismatic
youth who becomes a career
politician -under the tutelage
of a brilliant and ambitious
mentor.
"One morningTwuk6'with


the first three chapters in my an'-Gully Rider" "a funny and
head," Graham said. Three thought-provoking look at
months later, he had com- politics on a mythical Carib-
pleted his first novel. bean island, where bizarre
Jamaicans have taken no- events occur, love blooms and
tice with a vengeance.
"'OMieT 'teviewer' talls "Hill-' See fIRST NOVEL, Page, 13 .-


From

'Hill-an-Gully

Rider'

CHAPTER 1: A Date
With Destiny
I won't bore you with
the details. Suffice it to
say the young man's
prospects were slim. His
father 'managed a 1,600-
acre property that pro-
duced mostly bananas,
and I don't have to tell
you bananas are about
the cheapest thing you
can buy. The last time I
bought bananas, they
were 50 cents a pound at
Sedano's. You want
grapes? You will likely
have to pay $1.69 a
pound. Peaches? $2-
plus. A small watermelon
will set you back four
bucks. Four bucks!
Why are bananas so
cheap? I guess it's be-
cause they're grown by
black people in poor
countries, while grapes,
peaches and watermel-
ons are grown by white
people in rich countries.
That's the way the world
seems to work. To me,
anyhow. But what do I
know? I'm just an ex-civil
servant who spent his life
following orders from
various politicians on an
island you probably nev-
er heard of. My wife (rest
her soul) used to say I'm
jaded. But you will have
to judge for yourself.
George Graham




























At 16, Graham, standing above, wrote an essay that won him a trip to Great Britain. At right, Graham stands next to Clement Attlee, Britain's prime minister.


FIRST NOVEL

Continued From Page 12

surprises abound."
The Caribbean Current, a
weekly news magazine for Ca-
ribbean ex-patriots, noted in a
recent story that Graham's
book was "expected to trigger
political controversy in his
native island."
But then, controversy is no
stranger to Jamaica George,
the Current points out:
"A founding editor of The
Jamaica Daily News, George
Graham evoked furor and
even threats on his life with
a 1970s column deploring the
political and cultural path
that the 'barefoot island' was
taking.
"A plague on both your
houses," the column stated. "I
am voting with my feet."
Within weeks, his feet had
touched Canadian soil, where
the Jamaican rabble-rouser
entered the North American
phase of his journalism ca-
reer. Graham cut an editorial
swath from Toronto to Tampa
to Clearwater, where he
served as managing editor of
the Clearwater Sun.
But that is another story, for
another time, perhaps in an-
other world.
Graham's quadruple citi-
zenship born under the
British flag, transformed by
Jamaican independence, em-
braced by-Canada and Amer-
ica allows him choice of
many worlds.
His life has amounted to a
series of choices that put him
on a strange and broken road
to Plant City.
"When I think of the thun-
dering ironies in my life, I just


Photos from George Graham
A barefoot 18-year-old Graham at Paradise Estate, the Jamaican
banana plantation where his father served as overseer.


want to weep," he said.
In "Hill-an'-Gully Rider,"
Graham returns to Jamaica to
answer the question: What
would have happened if he
had never left? What if he had
taken an opportunity that
presented itself shortly after
high school, to enter the cir-
cles of power, in his native


land?
"What would have hap-
pened if I were king of the
world?" he mused.
Much like his protagonist,
Patrick O'Connor, Graham is
the son of a banana planta-
tion overseer who was well
into his 40s when he met and
married a 17-year-old island


girl.
His parents' families came
to Jamaica in the late 1700s.
When her eldest son was
born in Black River, Jamaica,
on March 23, 1934, his blonde,
blue-eyed artist mother, then
18, rushed to the nearest
church, laid him upon the
altar and consecrated him to
God.
"You can imagine what
kind of childhood I had," said
Graham, who was named for
his father but for many years
was called "Dixie" because of
an early passion for Dixie
Doodle Fudgesicles.
Dixie and his three younger
siblings grew up in remote
isolation without electricity or
running water. His father's
vast library was the sole
source of entertainment.
He read and he wrote, vora-
ciously some might say
obsessively, penning stories
from the age of 8 and begging
the schoolmaster to edit'
them.
"I had this urge, this need,'
to put words on paper all my
life," he said. "I'm full of these
words, and they spill out."
He published his first news
story in the Jamaican Times at
age 10 an account of the
family's Christmas tree, fes-
tooned with candles in place
of lights, catching fire. His
father, dressed in a Santa suit,
extinguished the blaze.
At 16, Graham's essay on
how to achieve world peace
won him a place at the World
Youth Forum and a meeting
in 1951 with the queen of
England, the mother of Queen
Elizabeth II.
More than 50 years later,
his first novel draws on those
memories to paint a colorful
,See FIRST N9VEL, Page,14 ,!-,


Words To

The Wise
From George
Graham

On Aging
"I think the warranty
expires and you start
unraveling like an old
sweater.

On Tolerance
"I don't care what
people do. Just don't
do it in the street and
frighten the horses."

On Journalism
"You think when
you start out that
you're doing some-
thing really valuabtle.:
Then you find out that
most of what people
tell you is spin anyway
- and there you are,
with your eyes spar-
kling like diamonds,
writing it all down."

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the hill to the finish
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picture of island life during
the 1940s andl950s. It was his
later years in North America.
however,- where Graham
learned the inner workings of
politics and what he calls "the
good old boy network."
"I wrote this book as a mes-
sage for America," he said.
"The things that happen in
Jamaica are happening in a
big way in America the
political climate;, the environ-
_mental destruction, the foul-
ing of our own nest."
A Different Path
In "Hill-an'-Gully Rider,"
Graham runs back the clock
to a time when Jamaica's
leaders stood at a crossroads
and, as far as he is concerned,
took a wrong turn. His novel
suggests the consequences of
embarking on a different
path, of saying no to the baux.-
ite mines and petroleum re-
fineries that created gaping
holes in the earth and pollu-
tion in the air and water.
In doing so, he has become
a voice for the Jamaican di-
aspora, thousands perhaps
millions of ex-patriots who
have made their lives and for-
tunes in other parts of the
world and who, perhaps,
would like to return some day.
"The diaspora is a political
force on the island, even
though we're not on the is-
land," he said. "We have Web
sites, magazines, television
and radio stations."
. Graham is only too happy
to share his views on those
,forums. A recent column he
penned for wwvw.Jamaica.com
- "A Race Apart" has sent
ripples through'the commu-


nities on and off the island.
The column traces the is-
landers' roots from the
fierce West African Ashantis
captured into slavery to the
European, landlords and Se-..
phardic Jews who fled from
Spain and Portugal to escape
the Inquisition. Traders from
China, Lebanon and other-
Middle Eastern countries also
found their way to lamaica.
"On this, the 45th anniver-
*sary of Jamaican Indepen-
dence, I would like to propose
that we declare the existence
Sof a Jamaican. race," he wrote
.this month. "Not black. Not
white. Not Asian- or Middle
Eastern. But simply Jamai-
can."
So he fans the flames with'
his words tossed to the
ephemeral reaches of cyber-
space and bound between the
covers of the books he plans
to leave to his children,
grandchildren and the gener-
ations not yet born.
Final Deadline
-"Giving life to something -
it ain't easy," he said of his
work: "And it takes-life out of
you to do it."
Graham thinks a lot about
life these days. He is 73 and
diabetic, with all the health
issues that implies.
"Every day I get up and I
say, 'Hey, I woke up this
.morning. I better make my
mark.'"
Time -is running out, .he
-believes, and he knows what
1he-wants to do before the,;
sand runs out of the hour-,
glass.
There is another book, just
completed and waiting for the
final edit by his wife, Sandra,
a writer, copy editor and
teacher.
It is a memoir he staridl
writing at 23, originally dttld--
"My Life Among the Savages."


He later changed it to "Good
Intentions." For years, he car-
ried it from place to place,
stashed in a box, unseen by
anyone until finally, he
showed it to Sandra.
"She fell in love with this
,one character -a servant girl
who wasn't a big part of the
original book," he said. "San-
dira insisted this was who the
book was about."
He revised it. The story is
now called "Girlie" and is
close to self-publication, like
"Hill-an'-Gully Rider."
Graham also has assembled
a collection of poems he has
written throughout his life in
times of despair. It is called
"In a Delicate Condition," and
he plans to dedicate it to his
mother. Phyllis, and illustrate
it with her art. She was 88
when she died two years ago.
And, finally, he is halfway
through his third book and is
teaching himself how to write
a screenplay. "Girlie" would
make a fine movie, he said.
It is all different from what
he has done these past years.
Still, like his previous incarna-
tion as a newspaperman,
there is a deadline this one
imposed by the vagaries of
time.
"You're working under
deadline and you don't know
what the deadline is."
So he writes, often in his
sleep. He wakes at 3 or 4 a.m.
"with pages and pictures
swirling before my inner eye."
"Books, short stories, po-
ems, even magazine and
newspaper features come to
me ready to be transcribed
and tweaked."
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man his colleagues dubbed
Yoda continues to craft iron-
ic prose with his wit and
wisdom intact.
It is not how he envisioned
spending his golden years
when he retired from the Tri-
bune 16 months ago.
"As for me, I will be riding
that ol' rocking chair in
Mount Vernon, Ga., long be-
fore this time next year," he
said upon retiring in April
2006.
"And my way of sticking it
to the Man will be to spend as
little money as possible,
growing my own black-eyed
peas and curing my own fat-
back, for example.
"I will not buy clothes or
shoes or go to the movies;
Sandra and I will downsize


our housing, keep only one
car and drive rarely.
"If American consumers
went on strike, the global
economy would collapse and
the parasites it supports
would wilt from lack of
sustenance. Then some
more reasonable system
would replace it.
"We need a latter-day
Gandhi to lead the resis-
tance," he said.
Instead, Jamaica George
has remained in the former
parsonage in Lakeland he
shares with his wife, three
cats, two dogs and the birds
and squirrels that inhabit his
yard. It is from there he has
launched his revolution.
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MS. DIXIE: Ms. Dixie's Aurora
Music and Performing Arts,
206 S. Evers St., Plant City,
offers the following classes:
Monday: 3:30-4 p.m., song
and dance; 3:30-4:15 p.m.,
beginning tumbling; 7-8 p.m.,
beginning ballroom; 7-8 p.m.
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Tuesday: 3:30-4:15 p.m.,


beginning acrobatics; 4:30-
5:30 p.m., intermediate acro-
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movement for 2- and 3-year-
olds; 6:15-7 p.m., creative
movement for 4- and 5-year-
olds; 6-7 p.m., photography I;
7-8 p.m., beginning magic; and
7-8 p.m., line dancing.
Wednesday: 3:30 p.m., act-
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5- to 8-year-olds; 4:30-5:30
p.m., cheer dance for ages 8
and up; 6-7 p.m., advanced
acrobatics; and 6-7:15 p.m.,
beginning ballet/jazz combo.
Thursday: 3-4 p.m., begin-
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movement for 4- to 5-year-
olds; 5-5:45 p.m., intermediate
ballet; 6-6:45 p.m., clogging I;
and 7-8:15 p.m., intermediate
jazz/hip hop.
Friday: 3-3:45 p.m., eti-
quette; and 5-6 p.m., advanced
acrobatics/open gym night.
Saturday: 9-9:45 a.m., artis-
tic baby for 2- to 3-year-olds;
10-10:45 a.m., artistic baby for


4- to 5-year-olds; and 10 a.m.-1
p.m., turns, jumps and leap
clinic.
Ms. Dixie's children's theater
is also looking for children to
appear in its November produc-
tion of "Scrooge."
The center is open from 2-9
p.m. Monday to Friday and 9
a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. (813)
717-8575.
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for the fall semester. Private
lessons are offered in piano,
guitar, strings, voice, drums,
clarinet and trumpet for chil-
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Monday through October at
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HISTORIC DEPOT: The Union
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum is open from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Fri-
days and Saturdays. The histor-
ical train depot is at 102 N.
Palmer St. and includes a muse-
um, gift shop and model rail-
road. There is no admission
charge.

CHILDREN'S THEATER: Plant
City Children's Theatre/Jackie's
School of Dance, 507 N. Wheel-
er St., offers the following clas-
ses:
Monday: 11:45 a.m.-12:30
p.m., preschool dance; 12:30-


1:30 p.m., home school dance;
4-5:30 p.m., lyrical, clog and hip
hop; 5:30-6:30 p.m., musical
theater, "Annie"; 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
advanced point lyrical; and
7:30-8:15 p.m., adult fun class,
jazzercise, line, ballroom, tap,'
clogging and belly dancing.
Tuesday: 3:15-4:15 p.m., new
hip hop-tumble team; 4:15-5:30
p.m., acrobatic, back handspring
and hip hop; 5:30-6:15, cheer,
tumble and hip hop for ages
5-8; 6:15-7 p.m. preschool dance
combo; and 7-8 p.m., tumble,
hip hop and pom-pom team.
Wednesday: 3:30-4:30, new
cheer-tumble-lyrical team; 4:30-
6:30 p.m., ballet, tap, hip hop
arid acrobatic; 6:30-7:30, clog-
tumble; and 7:30-8:30, tap
dancing with Mr. Vic.
Thursday: 3-4 p.m., home
school dance combo; 4-5:30
p.m., lyrical, acrobatic, hip hop
and clog; 5:30-7 p.m., ballet,
clog, acrobatic and hip hop;
7-7:45 p.m., tap dancing with
Mr. Vic; and 7:45-8:45 p.m., tap
dancing with Mr. Vic.
Friday: 3:30-4:30 p.m., all-
star cheer team; 4:30-6 p.m.,
advanced lyrical, hip hop and
tap; 6-7 p.m., tiny tots cheer
team; and 7-8:30 p.m., competi-
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Saturday: noon-1 p.m., Tiny
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and 1-2:30 p.m., new competi-
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Call (813) 752-1621 or (813)
752-1683.
CAR SHOW: The Strawberry
Classic Car Show brings down-
town Plant City to life from 4-9
p.m. the third Saturday monthly
in and around McCall Park at
Collins and Drane streets. Doz-
ens of 1982 and older classics,
antiques, hot rods and custom
vehicles will be on display. (813)
754-3707.
FOOD FOR SALE: Unity in the
Community, which provides
support for the needy, sells
flavored smoothies, gourmet
coffees, cappuccino chillers, hot
chocolate, regular coffee,
brewed tea and other treats
during Bike Fest and the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show. The
items can be purchased at a
concession trailer on Palmer
Street south of the railroad
tracks. All money will go to help
the needy. (813) 752-1275 or
www.unityinplantcity.com.
WEIGHT-LOSS PROGRAM: Take
Off Pounds Sensibly meets
Tuesday at First Southern
Methodist Church, 103 W. John-
son Road. Weigh-in is at 5:30
p.m., and the meeting starts at
6:30 p.m. (813) 737-1923.


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ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road.
(813) 752-0491.
SINGLES DANCE: The Straw-
berry Singles Club has dances
from 8-11:30 p.m. Friday at the
Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City. The cost
is $6 for members, $7 for asso-
ciate members and $8 for non-
members. (352) 523-0114 or
(813) 759-2063.
JUVENILE JUSTICE VOLUN-
TEERS: Volunteers are needed
for the Department of Juvenile
Justice, 1601 W. Reynolds St.,
Suite 103, Plant City. Clerical
workers, mentors and case
management assistants are
needed. (813) 757-9171.

SEEKING VOLUNTEERS: The
American Red Cross Tampa Bay
Chapter is seeking active or
retired nurses with RN or LPN
licenses to serve as volunteers.
Volunteers serve as an integral
part of Red Cross disaster
teams that operate from offices
in Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinel-
las counties. Nurses provide
health care education, assis-
tance in'obtaining medical care
and medication replacement
and follow-up care to victims of
fires, hurricanes and other di-
sasters. (813) 348-4820, Ext.
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Church Mortgage Up In Flames
St. Peter's Episcopal Church rector, the Rev. Thomas Thoeni, recently burned the church's
mortgage with church members as witnesses to celebrate paying off the debt. St. Peter's, 302
N. Carey St., was built in 1908 at the northwest corner of Mahoney and Wheeler streets, where
city hall's parking lot is today. The church building was moved to its present location in the
early 1950s. In the early 1980s, the church underwent a large expansion, and in 2003, its mort-
gage was refinance with a debt of $90,000. Thoeni said it is the first time in memory that the
church has been debt-free.


AREA EVENTS


Continued From Page 18

COMPLAINTS ANSWERED: The
Hillsborough County State At-
torney's Office has a consumer
protection agency in Plant City.
Consumers can schedule ap-
pointments to speak with an


investigator about their com-
plaints on the second and fourth
Friday monthly. Agency repre-
sentatives can assist in investi-
gating, mediating and referring
complaints regarding unfair,
deceptive and criminal acts and
practices by businesses and -
individuals posing as a business.
Appointments are at the Plant
City Courthouse, State Attor-


ney's Office, 302 N. Michigan
Ave., Room 10. (813) 903-3430.

MEALS ON WHEELS: Meals on
Wheels of Plant City seeks vol-
unteers to deliver meals. Drivers
use their cars. (813) 754-9932.
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Event To Benefit Pregnancy Care Center


The banquet is the
major revenue
source for the
medical clinic.
By PAUL CATALA
'Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY Rita, 20, said
the medical advice and care
she received at the Pregnancy
Care Center of Plant City made
having her baby much more
comfortable and reassuring.
"I was really amazed to see
my baby and I learned that the
baby had been moving al-
though I couldn't feel it," said
Rita, a first-time single mother
from Plant City who didn't


want her last name published.
"I really feel attached to my
child and I'm less worried
about the people who do not
want to support me."
Staff members at the Preg-
nancy Care Center find com-
ments like those from Rita
rewarding. The center's missi-
on is to help pregnant women
who may not feel prepared for
childbirth.
The Pregnancy Care Center
is holding its annual fundrais-
ing banquet Sept. 11 at the
Trinlde center on Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park
Road. At the banquet,, guests
can meet Pregnancy Care
Center staff members and get


an overview of the center's
programs. The event begins at
5:45 p.m., with dinner at 6:30.
Stephen Mansfield, a New
York Times best-selling author
and educator, will be the guest
speaker and will talk about
pregnancy prevention, preg-
nancy care and "-support for
women.
Mary Alice Hendricks, Preg-
nancy Care Center executive
director, said the banquet is a
major source of revenue each
year for the center's programs
and services.
The center, 304 N. Collins
St., was converted to a medical
clinic Jan. 1, and much of the
money raised last year was
used to upgrade the facility


and equipment. Previously,
the care center offered mainly
counseling and support ser-
vices.
Last year, about $125,000
was raised at the fundraiser,
and the goal is set for $150,000
this year. The center has an
annual operating budget of
$300,000.
In the past 10 years, the
Pregnancy Care Center has
assisted between 1,000 and
1,200' women annually with
counseling, support and ser-
vices, Hendricks said.
The majority of women who
come to the center are 17 to 24
years old, Hendricks said.
They are assisted by a paid
staff of four, with two full-time
and one part-time employee
working in preventative ser-
vices.
In addition, between 10 and
25 volunteers help keep the
clinic in operation.
"All the funds are used to
run the medical clinic, help
pay staff and run our pro-
grams. What the money helps
bring to the table is we now
have .nurs e- administered
pregnancy testing and we also
have our nurse manager
linked with ultrasound to ver-
ify pregnancy," said Hen-
dricks, who is in her sixth year
at the center.
Among other services of-
fered at the Pregnancy Care
Center are abortion alternative
counseling; post-abortion
support education; peer coun-


Best-selling author Stephen
Mansfield will speak at the
Sept. 11 fundraiser.


IF YOU GO

WHAT: Annual fundraiser for
Pregnancy Care Center featur-
ing Stephen Mansfield, author
of several books, including
"The Faith of George W. Bush,"
which spent several weeks on
the New.York Times best-
seller list
WHEN: 5:45 p.m. Sept. 11
WHERE- Trinkle center on the
Plant City campus of Hillsbor-
ough Community College, 1206
N. Park Road
TICKETS: $50
INFORMATION: Call (813)
759-0886

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or husbands; abstinence edu-
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disease awareness; and coun-
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No appointment necessary.
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Fourth Tuesday of every month,
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Learn how to be a good
baby-sitter, including how to
identify minor problems and
life-threatening conditions. Must
be at least 11 years of age. Bring a
bag lunch. Registration is required.
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Monday, October 8, '
6-10pm
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Cost: $38
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A free, nationwide support program
has offered women help and
encouragement to cope with the
appearance side effect of cancer
treatment. The class offers practical
tips about skin care, make-up
techniques and guidance for coping
with hair loss. Free make-up from
leading cosmetic companies is also
provided for use as "tools" in the
session and later at home. Please call
the American Cancer Society at
1-800-227-9954 to register for this
class .only.
Monday, October 15, 6-8pm.
Cafeteria Conference Room
Cost: Free





Breast Cancer, Breast Health
Thursday October 18
Administration Conference Room
6-8pm
Cost: Free
Registration required. Please call
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Thursday: 11 am-6pm
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South Florida Baptist Hospital
wants to thank Dr. Haynes and
the-staff at Plant City's
Hillsborough Community College
for the use of the John Trinkle
building and the loan of the
nursing students for our Back to
School Rhysicalson Saturday;
August 4. Their partnership with
the Back-to-School coalition
helped provide physical and
immunizations to children
entering Hillsborough County
schools for the first time.


For information, registration or physician referral, call (813) 754-4444unless otherwise noted.
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Ellis Park
Getting A Facelift
Work continues on Marie B.
Ellis Park, and when the reno-
vations are complete this
week the facility will boast a
new picnic pavilion, gazebo,
horseshoe pit, volleyball court
and shuffleboard court.
A dedication ceremony is
planned in September.
The city has spent $171,100
to improve amenities at the
park at 401 Waters St. Con-
struction of the $64,000 picnic
pavilion with adjoining rest-
rooms took up most of the
cost. The gazebo cost $48,000;
the shuffleboard court about
$22,200; and the volleyball
court about $10,500.
Irrigation systems, parking
areas and the electrical service
at the park were also refur-
bished. The project was fund-
ed with community devel-
opment grants.-
Recreation and parks de-
partment staff members are
purring die finishing touches
on a landscaping plan that
will provide additional shade
and aesthetic appeal to the
park, City Manager David


Sollenberger wrote in
monthly report to coi
sioners.

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Mowing the lawn i
only a rite of summer
homeowners, but als
work crews that tend
parks. The crews will
new equipment to m
jobs easier.
A purchase order w
cently approved for t
anion and parks depa
to receive three ridin
mowers from Tampa
Cutter Power Equipn
The mowers. with
cost of about $23,500
replacing older mode
are about 10 years ol(
berger wrote in a rec
manager's report to c
missioners. The life e
tancy of the mowers
was about four years


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Families Touched


\Valden Lake Golf and


a twice- Country Club will participate
mmis- Saturday in a nationwide
event to help families of
Ray Reyes troops who have been disa-
bled or killed during military
ng duty.
trade Patriot Golf Day is a joint
initiative of the PGA of Amer-
s not ica and the U.S. Golf Associa-
r for tion. Walden Lake will request
o for an additional greens fee of $1
the city's that day to go to Wounded
soon get Warriors Inc., which benefits
ake their the Fallen Heroes Foundation.
Jeff Gibson, director of
vas re- instruction at Walden Lake
he recre- and deputy director of the
rtment North Florida section of the
g lawn- PGA. said he believes most
-based golfers at the Plant City course
nent. at 2001 Clubhouse Drive will
a total donate to the cause.


, are "Sometimes we feel like we
Is that can't do anything Ito help
I, Sollen- and we can," said Gibson,
nt city who also operates Gibson
irt com- Golf Academy at Walden
xpec- Lake.
n use Gibson said he will donate
a poruon of his academy's
Ray Reves proceeds as well.
Patriot Golf Day is spear-
Help headed by PGA professional
By War Dan Rooney of Srillater,


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Okla. Rooney, an F-16 pilot in
the 125th Fighter Squadron of
the Oklahoma Air National
Guard, has logged two tours of
duty to Iraq, and after his
most recent tour he began to
think of ways he could stay
involved in the war effort, a
statement said. Wounded
Warriors' mission is to provide
support to the families of
those who have been wound-
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ANNUAL BANQUET

Continued From Page 20

riage issues.
"I have a passion for life. I
believe that the community
has the opportunity to support
this ministry and make a dif-
ference in the life of not only
that mother and that baby, but
for generations to come" Hen-
dricks said.


Golf courses around the
nation are participating in
Patriot Golf Day.
The Walden Lake course is
open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday.
For information, call Gib-
son at (813) 813-752-1171
Dave Nicholson

No Holiday
City sanitation crews won't
be off for Labor Day, which is
Monday.
Crews will make their usual
rounds that day.
City hall and other city
offices will be closed.
Dave Nicholson

It is the first time the fund-
raising banquet will be held in
the Trinkle center after being
held the past 10 years at Plant
City's St. Clement Catholic
Church.
Individual reservations for
the banquet are $50, with
table sponsorships for $500,
$1,000, $5,000, $10,000 and
$20,000. Guest lists can be
faxed to (813) 759-0882 or
e-mailed to
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The reaction to tax
cuts is evident in
the proposal.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Anyone with
access to a computer and an
Internet connection can view
the city's proposed budget for
fiscal year 2007-08 before pub-
lic hearings are held in Sep-
tember. '
The 290-page document is
posted on the city's Web site,
www.ci.plant-city.fl.us. The
hyperlink to access the budget
is listed under the welcome
address from Mayor Rick Lott
on the site's homepage.
It is the first time the pro-
posed budget has been posted
online, City Manager David
Sollenberger said.'
People surfing the Web from
the other side of the globe will
be able to see how' Florida's
property tax reforms affect
Plant City's revenues in the
upcoming fiscal year: an ex--
pected loss of $1 million in the
city's general fund. Property
tax revenues account for about
29 percent of the general fund.
Police, fire rescue and the
library are some of the depart-
ments that rely on property
taxes for annual funding.
The Plant City Police De-
partment's proposed budget
for the upcoming fiscal year is
$8 million, down from about
$8.2 million in 2006-07. Fire
rescue's 2007-08 budget is pro-
jected at $3.9 million, down
from $4.8 million. The library's
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down from $1.2 million.
Decreases are expected for
every major department, from
human resources to recreation
and parks. Departments re-
ceiving slight increases include
the fleet maintenance's motor
garage and the general servic-
es department, which oversees
the repair and maintenance of
150 city-owned buildings. The
motor garage may get about
$79,000 more, and general ser-
vices is projected to receive
about $46,450 more.
No layoffs are expected, but
residents perusing the online
budget can see how the city
has dealt with the cutbacks.
A total of $322,290 was
saved .by eliminating six va-
cant full-time positions and
one part-time engineering po-
sition. The budget for employ-
ee training, courses and meet-
ings has been reduced by
$76,042, and employees' car
allowance fund reduced by
$30,000.
The city's total budget for
2007--08 is $64 million, down
from $101 million in 2006-07.
The current budget included a
major improvement project at
the city's water utilitiesplant.
Sollenberger initiated a hir-
ing freeze in May and notified
all departments to reduce
costs and budget to retain the
current levels of service.
Public hearings on the bud-
get will be held during regular
city commission meetings at
7:30 p.m. Sept. 10 and 24.
Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


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SCHOOLS


Fun Factory Preschool
Gets Accreditation
PLANT CITY The Fun Fac-
tory Preschool Center, 410 S.
Collins St., has completed a
two-step accreditation process
with the Accredited Profes-
sional Preschool Learning
Environment.
APPLE is a national accred-
iting body for the licensed
early-learning programs.
All components are exam-
ined to assure the program is
providing a quality learning
environment for children, a
statement from the organiza-
tion said.
Components within the
program that are examined
include staffing credentials,


staff-member-to-child ratios,
curriculum, teacher-child
interaction, parent and com-
munity involvement, advoca-
cy on behalf of the industry
and administrative environ-
ment.
"When children are in a safe
and nurturing environment
stimulated with appropriate
developmental activities they
learn," APPLE administrator
Ellen M. Blake said in the
statement. "Never before-has
it been more important for
early-learning programs to
prepare young children for
school. By successfully com-
pleting the voluntary APPLE
accreditation process, early
learning programs can be
confident that their environ-
ment is conductive for learn-


ing."
Sharon Gibbs and Marilyn
Lewis of Fun Factory Pre-
school Center are proud of the
voluntary APPLE accreditation
they have received.
Early-learning programs
that choose to complete the
accreditation process create a
portfolio with extensive docu-
mentation that is accumulat-
ed over a year. Once the port-
folio meets standards, an
APPLE verification visit is
made to the program.
The accreditation process is
rigorous and is aligned with
national.standards. When a
school is APPLE accredited,
parents have the assurance
their children are in a quality
early-learning program, Blake
said.


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Department of Legal Affairs
director in Tallahassee in the
Attorney General's Office.
From 1983-85, she was ap-
pointed by the governor to be
senior management assistant
in the Florida Department of
Community Affairs at the state
capitol. -
From 1985-96, she was an
administrative assistant to a
Tallahassee-based board and
an executive committee mem-
ber of the Carlton Fields law
firm. She then became admin-
istrative assistant to the exec-
utive director ahd CEO of Carl-
ton Fields until her retirement
in September.
Born in Albany, N.Y., Mar-
tin-Johnson was raised in Day-
tona Beach, where she helped
care for her ailing father
through and after high school.
"I learned the difficulties
faced by families of limited
income," Martin-Johnson said.
"I have a great deal of respect
for those who won't allow cir-
cumstance to get in the way of
their advancement."
Although Martin-Johnson
was limited by finances to a


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She joined the
; Hillsborough
County Affordable
Housing Board.

high school education, her ca-
reer speaks volumes for her
drive to succeed.
Along with her board posi-
tion with the Plant City Com-
munity Development Corp.,
Martin-Johnson belongs to the
Plant City Woman's Club, the
American Heart- Association,
the American Cancer Society,
the Sugartime Singers, Thono-
tosassa United Methodist
Church and the Hillsborough
County Republican Executive
Committee.
"I want to help families in
Plant City get their own
homes," Martin-Johnson told
the city commission in her
application. "If we can help
teachers, nurses, police, fire-
fighters and other service con-
nected occupations get a
home, they will more likely
stay in our community."
Ernest Barefield, the chair-


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man of the Community Devel-
opment Corp., said Martin-
Johnson joined the organiza-
tion about eight months ago.
"We first met during a fund-
raising event," Barefield said.
"She was filled with enthusi-
asm and asked me what she
could do to help us further our
goal. That is when I asked her
to join our organization. She
has been a bulwark on our
staff. She is working hard to
bring all factions together so
we can succeed in our goals."
Barefield, Martin-Johnson
and other board members of
the corporation are about to
complete a 16-week University
of South Florida course in
community real estate devel-
opment. Those completing the
course will be certified to offer
plans to city and county agen-
cies for housing develop-
ments. Barefield said that will
strengthen the corporation's
opportunities to get approval
for much needed affordable
housing in the area.
The city commission voted
unanimously in June to ap--
point Martin-Johnson to the
county's housing advisory
board.
Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
gnewman@tampatrib.com.


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By RAY REYES
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PLANT CITY Families
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board members of the Plant
City Community Development
Corp. The dream, they said, is
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DOVER With unprecedent-
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Dance.
The dances have become
the "night out" of the month
for many of the dancers. The
nights start at 7 p.m., and by 9
p.m. the wooden, skating rink-
sized floor is filled with cou-
ples in motion..
On Aug. 10, as she scurried
about making sure the food
was served and the disc jockey
had what he needed, Garzone
paused and greeted couples
from their 20s to 70s as they
came in.
Garzone, who started teach-
ing dance in Brandon two.
years ago, enthusiastically
asked if they were ready for the
main events: eating and danc-
ing. For $10 each, couples
could feast on Garzone's
homemade Italian dinner and
dance to their hearts' content.
One of the first couples to
arrive was Jim and Beverly
Hoover. The Plant City couple
said they had been attending
the Saturday night dances for a


Gene Tucci guides his dance
partner, Nancy Hill, in a samba
around the ballroom.


Photos by PAUL CATALA
Doug Ruppel of Clearwater dips Nancy Hunter of St. Petersburg during a tango at a Floorplay Social
Dance in Plant City. Ruppel says a friend told him about the event, so he asked Hunter to join him.


DANCE CLASSES

WHAT: Instructor Donna Garzone offers classes that include instruc-
tion in swing, cha-cha, tango, waltz, rumba and others.
SCHEDULE: 6:30 to 8 p.m. Monday, Gardenville Recreation Center,
6219 Symmes Road, Gibsonton
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Brandon Recreation -
Center, 502 Sadie St.
7:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, First United Methodist Church of Brandon,
213 Knights Ave.
COST: $20 per person, per month


SATURDAY NIGHT DANCES

WHEN: 7 to 10:30 p.m. second Saturdays monthly
WHERE: Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S. Collins St., Plant City Plaza
COST: $10 per person: you don't need a dance partner, and the dances
open to singles and married couples.
CONTACT: Call Garzone at (813) 671-3009 or e-mail her at
dogrogan@tnindspring.com.


year and the main draw was
the location.
"It's a five-minute drive for
us; that's nice," said Beverly
Hoover, who has had about
10 years of dance lessons.
"The other thing is that she
has food and the dancing. It's
a whole evening out, right
here, all in one place."
By 7:30 p.m., most of the
guests were finishing up din-
ner when the disc jockey,


Garzone's husband, Dave An-
derson, made the night offi-
cial.
"I have a rumba here, you
can start dancing whenever
you feel like it," he said into a
microphone.
With that, the music kicked
in and heels kicked up.
As they danced away from
their table, Doug Ruppel of
Clearwater and Nancy Hunter
of St. Petersburg danced to a


disco hustle. Afterward, Rup-
pel, a Clearwater purchasing
manager, said it was his first
time out and wouldn't be
his last.
"I wanted to see how it
was. My friend said it was
nice, and. we're really enjoy-
ing it," he said.
After the first dances fin-
ished, the crowd broke for
West Coast Swing-style dance
lessons by Debra Loran, a
dance instructor at the Uni-
versity of Tampa and Uni-
versity of South Florida.
Forming a circle around her,
she taught the dancers the
basics of the slowed-down
swing dance style, and soon
they were moving on their
own.-
"First of all, this is the most
gorgeous hall in the whole
state and it's got a really great
floor. It's springy," Loran said
after the lesson. "Plant City
has a great thing here with
Donna. She even makes per-
sonal calls to remind people
to come out."
Although the Saturday
night dances are local, Gar-
zone also books cruise ship
dances, taking the movement
to the waves. From July 26-31,
34 students from her Brandon
classes took a dance cruise to
the east coast of Mexico.


Bryon Salvog and Nancy Rock-
man do the hustle. The Bran-
don residents have participated
in most of the Saturday dances.


Donna Garzone, left, discusses
an upcoming dance with Susan
Staton, a dance instructor.

"It's basically a lot of
dancing, eating like it is
here," she said.
As the night wound down,
after the food was eaten and
the dance floor cleared, Gar-
zone thanked everyone for
coming out and told them to
keep their feet ready for next
month. She said it made her
feel good to see her students
improve and everyone having
a good time.
"A lot of them had two left
feet when they started with
me and I wanted to take the
fear out of getting on the
dance floor and put fun into
it," she said. "This is that fun.
They're not intimated to
dance. This is where the fun
begins."
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icate about 300 hours of "self-
help," or "sweat equity," by
donating their time in con-
struction of their houses, Mar-
tin-Johnson said.
The owners will pay mort-
gages of less than $80,000 with
help from Suncoast Schools
Federal Credit Union. To re-
duce construction costs, local
companies and contractors of-
fered discounts on m iterials or
services, said Ernest Barefield,
chairman of the community
corporation.
Groundbreaking for the five
houses was held in December.
Families are expected to move
in by Sept. 15. The city provid-
ed the community corporation
with the lots, Martin-Johnson
said. Fourteen families are on
a waiting list for houses.
To increase awareness of the
nonprofit's programs, a Grand
Gala for Grandparents fund-
raiser will be held Sept. 8 in the
Trinkle center at the Hillsbor-
ough Community College
Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road. Fifty churches and
organizations are participating
in the banquet, which will


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WHEN: 6 p.m. Sept 8
WHERE: The Trinkle center at
Hillsborough Community
College's Plant City campus,
1206 N. Park Road
TICKETS: $25
INFORMATION: Plant City
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honor grandparents and fami-
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Community corporation
board members said they want
to increase the pace of housing
construction so eligible fami-
lies can realize their dreams
sooner.
"The first and most impor-
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said. "We have a great deal of
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service calls reported Aug. 19-25 to the
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Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriff's
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Abbey Trace Dr, Block 1800, resi-
dential burglary, Aug. 23,7:42 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, dis-
turbance, Aug. 25,1:01 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/Blackjack Rd, illegal
dumping, Aug. 23, 7:37 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/Blackjack Rd, illegal
dumping, Aug. 23, 8:28 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/US 92 E, illegal dump-
ing, Aug. 24,11:57 a.m.
Blackjack Rd, Block 14000, resi-
dential burglary, Aug. 22, 6 p.m.
Castlewood Rd, Block 4200, neigh-
bor trouble, Aug. 22, 8:49 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14100, criminal
mischief, Aug. 20, 9:53 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Dover Rd N, hit-and-
run/injuries, Aug. 20, 3:28 p.m.
Freeman Ct, Block 13400, criminal
mischief, Aug. 22, 12:08 a.m.
Gallagher Rd/Creek Chase Dr, DUI,
Aug. 19, 3:47 a.m.
Gallagher Rd/Emerald Acres, traffic
crash/injuries, Aug. 19, 5:42 p.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14800, disturbance,
Aug. 24, 2:03 a.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14800, theft, Aug.
23, 4:25 p.m.
Jess Walden Rd, Block 12600, dis-
turbance, Aug. 19, 11:51 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 2300, stolen
vehicle, Aug. 20, 8:05 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Aug.
19, 6:30 p.m.
Location-Withheld, child abuse, Aug.
24,12:28 p.m.
Nelson Ave, Block 3200, identity


theft, Aug. 20, 9:09 a.m.
Newsome Rd, Block 12900, theft in
progress, Aug. 25, 2:37 a.m.
Rex Ave/Grant St, drug law violation,
Aug. 23,12:19 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, disturbance,
Aug. 21,1:08 a.m.
Salem Church Rd/Sydney Washer,
illegal dumping, Aug. 23, 6:52 a.m.
San Francisco Cr, Block 13500,
criminal mischief, Aug. 25,10:57 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
disturbance, Aug. 20, 6:17 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
disturbance, Aug. 25, 5:31 p.m.
Sydney Rd/Gallagher Rd, loose
animal, Aug. 24, 8:54 a.m.
Sydney Rd/Valrico Rd N, loose
animal, Aug. 24, 9 a.m.
Touchstone Rd, Block 5000, criminal
mischief, Aug. 23, 6:28 a.m.
US 92 E/Mclntosh Rd, DUI, Aug. 22,
3:15 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5900, stolen vehicle,
Aug. 21, 5:11 p.m.
White Arrow Dr, Block 1600, dis-
turbance, Aug. 23, 2:26 a.m.

33540
Bob Smith Ave, Block 5700, resi-
dential burglary, Aug. 22, 5:34 p.m.
Dormany Rd W, Block 6800, theft,
Aug. 20, 12:12 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Aug. 20, 3:32 p.m.
Peeples Rd, Block 4900, residential
burglary, Aug. 21, 8:54 p.m.
Pless Rd/Knights Griffin Rd, dis-
turbance, Aug. 24, 2:58 p.m.
Silver King Dr, Block 7500, theft,
Aug. 24, 7:49 p.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd/Boot Bay Rd, loose
animal, Aug. 25,5:39 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd/Glen Harwell,
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US 92 W, Block 5100, theft, Aug. 23,
3:41 p.m.

33565
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1800, theft,
Aug. 22,8:42 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1800, theft,
Aug. 22,8:59 a.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd/Knights Griffin,
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Cork Rd, Block 3200, fight, Aug. 19,
9:07 p.m.
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Aug. 23, 1:14 a.m.
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burglary, Aug. 23, 9:12 a.m.
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8:23 p.m.
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burglary, Aug. 23, 9:03 a.m.
Harvey Tew Rd/Branch Forbes,
traffic crash/injuries, Aug. 19, 3:24 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Aug.
21,10:04 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Aug. 21, 3:55 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Aug. 23,4:25 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Aug. 22, 3:30 p.m.
Midway Rd, Block 3700, shooting,
Aug. 24, 2:58 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 3100,
business burglary, Aug. 23, 9:10 a.m.
Renfro St W/Waller St, drug law
violation, Aug. 23, 10:18 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman,
business burglary, Aug. 25, 12:18 a.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 6900, distur-
bance, Aug. 20, 8:46 a.m.
Steve Reeves Ln, Block 4900, theft,
Aug. 24,7:40 a.m.
Wallace Branch Rd, Block 2200,

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Wallace Branch Rd/Thonotosassa,
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Warren St E/Maryland Ave S, drug
law violation, Aug. 23, 10:19 p.m.
33566
Barrel Palm Way, Block 4000, neigh-
bor trouble, Aug 20, -1.51 p.m.
Candy Cane Ln, Block 1300, loose
animal, Aug 22 8:48 p.m.
Charlie Griffin Rd. Block 1000.
residential burglary, Aug. 25, 2:22 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Aug. 23,7:33 p.m.
Cowart Rd/Smith Ryals Rd, theft,
Aug. 24, 9:13 a.m.
Daniels Rd, Block 3000, neighbor
trouble, Aug. 23, 4:59 p.m.
Der Rd, Block 2900, theft, Aug. 21,
4:58 p.m.
Drawdy Rd, Block 4900, criminal
mischief, Aug. 22, 7:42 p.m.
Forbes Rd S, Block'1600, theft, Aug.
19, 10:19 a.m.
Futch Rd, Block 3500, prowler, Aug.
20, 3:05 a.m.
Horton Rd, Block 4700, criminal
mischief, Aug. 19, 8:04 a.m.
Horton Rd, Block 4800, criminal
mischief, Aug. 19, 12:53 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 3300, dis-
turbance, Aug. 19, 3:57 a.m.
Jim Johnson Rd, Block 2600, animal
call, Aug. 22,10:36 p.m.
Johnson Rd W, Block 2100, dis-
turbance, Aug. 25, 6:47 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Aug.
20, 2:32 p.m.


Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Aug. 19, 1:07'a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Aug. 25. 2-45 p.m
Maryland Ave S, Block 10. asaul.'
battery, Aug. 23 10 a.m. -
Medulla Rd. Block 3000, disturbance.
Aug. 20, 7 03 a.m
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Aug. 22, 8:20 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, re.idrntial
burglary, Aug. 21, 2:47T.p.m. :
Mud Lake Rd, Blocke2800, res,dentai
burglary. Aug 23. 1:31 p.m.
Ralston Rd. Block 3800, residential
burglary, Aug. 22; 7:19 a.m.
Ralston Rd Block 3800. residential "
burglary. Aug. 23,1:30 p.m
Rice Rd. Block 4300. nit -and-run/
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SR 60 E/Turkey Creek Rd, fight, Aug.
22, 8:55 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 4500, theft, Aug. 20,
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SR 60 W, Block 4500, theft, Aug 21,,
3:47 p.m.
SR 60 W/Turkey Creek Rd, DUI, Aug.
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Seminole Sand Rd, Block 700, stolen
vehicle, Aug. 25, 6:13 p.m.
Slaten Rd, Block 5100, discharge
firearm, Aug. 25, 2:39 a.m.
Slaten Rd, Block 5100, shooting, Aug.
25, 2:48 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, domes-
tic violence, Aug. 20, 5:13 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd/Berry Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Aug. 25, 11:40 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1400, dis-
turbance, Aug. 23, 2:08 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 3100, domestic
violence, Aug. 19, 4:16 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, theft, Aug. 20,
8:43 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, theft, Aug. 23,
1:33 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, stolen vehicle,
Aug. 24,1:38 a.m.


Wallace Rd, Block 5100, residential
burglary, Aug. 19, 12:55 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, prowler,
Aug. 23,3 a.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, residential
burglary, Aug. 23, 9:04 p.m.
33567
CA Bugg Rd. Block 3700, prowler,
Aug. 24, U:07 p.m.
Carey Rd/Bob Wiggs Ave, dis-
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Cheryl Ct. Block 4600. theft in
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Colson Rd. Block L500. bu-ines-
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Cowart Rd. Block 900. prowler. Aug.
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Denton Rd/Trapnell Rd E, criminal
mischief, Aug. 21, 6:41 p.m.
Dover Rd S/Durant Rd, theft in
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James L Redman Pwy, Block 5200,
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Keysville Rd W, Block 600, domestic
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Location Withheld, child abuse, Aug.
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Pippin Rd, Block 4500, disturbance,
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Turkey Creek Rd, Block 4000, illegal
dumping, Aug. 22, 9:28 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 4700, dis-
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By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Durant
High girls' golf team is talking
about trying to break the
school scoring record this
year, and the prediction is
even bolder than that.
"They want to break the
record the boys' record,"
said Cougars' head golf coach,
Dick Sheffield. And Sheffield,
who coaches the boys and
girls, thinks it could happen.
The boys' team record is 141,
5 under par.
With the two lowest scorers
from a state tournament
squad returning, and bolstered
with a talented freshman, Du-
rant's girls look poised for a
possible undefeated run.
Amy West and Heather
Wengyn form the core of the
team. Wengyn's 77 and West's
81 led Durant -to a second-
place finish at last year's re-
gional tournament, getting the


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second consecutive year; they
ended in a best-ever llth
place.
Both girls are juniors.
"Right now nobody's hitting
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field said. On the long par-5
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shots. And West got a lot of
extra work in during the sum-
mer at tournaments, Sheffield
said.
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The presence of one fresh-
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in with credentials as a natural
golf talent, but not until Shef-
field saw her play did-he real-
ize how great the talent was.
"We just threw her out
there, first practice, against the
guys. She was the only girl out
there. She played from the
white tees and shot 43," said
Sheffield. With Wardzinsky in
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see Durant posting three
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on a consistent basis.
However, it takes four
scores to complete a team's
total, which doesn't look like it
will be an issue for the Cougar
girls. Another freshman, Kerrie
Reinhardt, has shown prom-
ise, along with returning play-
er Samantha Crandall. Lauren
Hirsche is a sophomore whose
father is a teaching pro.
Although the girls' team has
overshadowed the boys the
past couple of years, the boys
have improved this season. Se-
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A freshman, Conor Hasson, is
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and a handful of other golfers
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"I think the boys will sur-
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said.."We've had a couple of
down years from what we're
used to. But some of the kids
took a very serious interest in
improving their games and it
shows."
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Celebrations Under Way For National Bowling Week


ByBOBAUSTN .
Dtibune correspondent
National Bowling Week
kicked off Saturday in prep-
aration for the 2007-08 sea-
son, creating a great opportu-
nity for established leagues
around the Tampa Bay area to
take a close look at what
makes them tick, and for new
leagues to sit up and learn.
There is no time more im-
portant than now to make
sure your league is solid and
will remain so until payoff
arrives in May or June.
The key to any league? The
No. 1 issue?
Elect the proper officers,
especially the secretary-trea-
surer.
Many leagues have avoided
problems by finding trust-


LOCAL BOWLING


worthy men and women and
re-electing them year after
year. For leagues just getting
off the ground, following a
few basic rules will benefit
the newly elected secretary
and the entire organization.
Visit the Tampa Bowling
Association online and learn
who its officers-are and how
to contact them. A wealth of
other helpful information
can be found, including
bowlers who have rolled
perfect or near-perfect
games and 11-in-a-row keg-
lers.
Your pre-league meeting,
usually held one week be-
fore the season begins, is


extremely impDortant.;A rep-
resentative from the accom-
modating lanes will begin:
the meeting, explain a few
rules and regulations and
what the facility will offer
the league during the sea-
son. He or she will step
aside once the officers are
elected.
Discuss the league bylaws.
The lanes representative will
assist you in establishing
them. Above all, make them
fair to everyone.
Make sure your president
is an experienced bowler
and perhaps has experience
as a league president. Even
though bowling centers han-
dle financial matters, it's still
the president's job to verify
the monthly bank statement.


Next May or June, you'll be
happy this responsibility was
fulfilled.
Most important, obtain a
copy of the official USBC
rulebook and become famil-
iar with its contents. Don't
depend on club officers to
be the only bowlers in your
league to know the rules.
Finally, enjoy your 36-
week tour of tooling a 14- or
15-pound spheroid down
many of Tampa's lanes. Re-
member, bowling is a sport
to be enjoyed.
The celebration of Nation-
al Bowling Week comes on
the heels of a year marked
by a 3.5-percent rise in the
number of bowlers in the
United States. More than 66
million Americans bowled at


least once last year.
Major festivities began
Aug. 13, when the Bowling
Pin Cart a tricked-out
golf cart made to resemble a
pin began a five-day tour
from its previous residence
at BPAA Headquarters in
Arlington, Texas, to its new
home at the National Bowl-
ing Stadium in Reno, Nev.

PIN POINTS: PBA Hall of
Famer Dave Davis was Ken
Baber's guest Tuesday on the
"Let's Go Bowling" show on
WTAN, 140 AM and WDCP,
1250 AM. Baber's guest Sept.
18 will be coaching standout
Jeri Edwards.

Send local bowling news to
bobaustin@verizon.net.


YOUTH SPORTS

Baseball
AGES 4-18: North Tampa PONY Baseball will conduct registrations
through Sept. 7 and hold tryouts Sept. 8. Call (813) 401-2246 or visit
pony.org.
AGES 5-16: Interbay Little League will conduct registrations Aug. 30
and Sept. 1. Call (813) 831-1807.
AGES 7-17: The University of Tampa will begin two five-week hitting
camps Sept. 10. Contact Frank Maldonado at (813) 486-6952 or
fmaldonado@ut.edu.
AGES 8-13: Rookies Baseball Academy will conduct tryouts for new.
AAU teams Sept. 22 and 29. Two developmental teams and after-
school programs also are being formed. Call (813),857-2847.
AGES 11-U: A new travel team in the New Tampa-Temple Terrace
area needs players. Call Rick Borden at (813) 230-7261.
AGES 11-U: The East Lake Storm AAU team is conducting tryouts.
Call Steve Albers at (727) 641-5314.
AGES 11-U: The Plant City Raiders Black team is conducting tryouts.
Call Jeff Murray at (813) 205-8241.
AGES 11-U: The Tampa Tarpons need players. Call Jeff Licata (813)
629-7710.
AGES 11/12/13/14-U: New AAU teams are conducting tryouts. Call
Pat Russo at (813) 390-0105 or Paul Russo at (813) 690-0275.
'AGES 12-U: A Tampa AAU team needs players. Call Darryl White at
(813) 679-2428 or Rob Cook at (813) 484-7500.
AGES 12-U: The Tampa Undertakers need players for AAU and IBC
play. Call Rob Keesler at (813) 404-2630, Donnie Oliver at (813)
404-2179 or Tim Moore at (813) 917-9391.
AGES 12/13/14/16-U: Sal Urso's High Performance Baseball is
conducting AAU tryouts. Call (813) 610-4745.
AGES 13-U: The Tampa Matrix are conducting tryouts. Call Andy
Northrup at (813) 244-0373.
AGES 13-18: The University of South Florida will host a defensive
camp Sept. 7. Call Lazer Collazo at (813) 974-2507.

Basketball
AGES 5-12: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace will conduct
registrations for its Starting Point League on Sept. 1. Call (813)
988-1138 or visit fbctt.org .

Football/Cheerleading
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders are conductiringregistt-ations,.Visit
tamparaiders.com or call Melinda Moore at (813) 837-8996.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Sharks have openings for cheerleaders
and Pee Wee Division football players. Call Mike Wallace at (813)
765-0707.
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa Titans are conducting registrations for
flag and tackle football and cheerleading. Call Scott Duvall at (813)
505-5578 or visit eteamz.active.com/southtampatitans.
AGES 5-18: Bay City Cheerleading is conducting registrations for
cheer and tumbling classes and tryouts for competitive cheerleading
teams Call the gym at (813) 741-0428 or Margaret DeVore at (813)
727-5199Lor e-mali baycilyvcheer@rrqsn.com .- .
AGES 6-14: Flag 4 Kds is conducting registrations through Sept. 10.


Visit flag4kids.net.
AGES 7-14: The Town 'N Country Packers will conduct registrations
for cheerleaders through Sept. 1. Call (813) 885-7738 or e-mail
tncpackers.com.
GRADES 9-12: The University of South Florida will begin a college
prep cheerleading program Sept. 9. Call (813) 200-3950.

High Schools
DURANT: Hockey'players are needed. Contact Mitchell Reis at
mareis@tampabay.rr.com or (813) 748-7992.
GAITHER/SICKLES: Hockey tryouts are scheduled Aug. 29. Call Dan
Bubley at (813) 963-7735.
RIVERVIEW: Hockey players are needed from the Riverview and
Ruskin areas. The club also needs an experienced coach. Call Jeff
Johnson at (813) 677-4629.

Miscellaneous
GYMNASTICS: The Brandon Sports and Aquatic Center is conduct-
ing registrations for progressive classes for ages 3 and older. Call
(813) 689-0908.
HOCKEY: A local travel club needs players for its 97/98 Squirt A or
AA and 99 Mite A divisions. Call Dave McMullen at (813) 241-7999.
KICKBOXING: American Drago Dojo offers classes for ages 7-17. Call
Ed Dominguez at (813) 249-2235 or visit americandragondojo.com.
LACROSSE: The New Tampa Lacrosse Association needs volunteer
coaches for its girls program. Call Brian Baker at (813) 991-4835 or
visit ntlacrosse.com.

Multisport
AGES 2-16: Interbay-Glover YMCA is conducting registrations for a
variety of sports. Call Mitch Grafton at (813) 839-0210.
- AGES 3-UP: Move 'N Groove City offers a variety of fitness pro-
grams. Call (813) 926-0575 or visit movengroovecity.com.
AGES 4-18: Stars Athletics is conducting registrations for cheerlead-
ing and gymnastics camps. Visit starsathletics.com or call (813)
835-1600.
ALL AGES: The Plant City Recreation & Parks Department hosts a
variety of sports programs. Call (813) 659-4200 or visit plantcity-
gov.com/rec.

Soccer
AGES 4-18: The Brandon Area Youth Soccer League .ill c.,ondct
* registrations through Sept. 8. tall (813) 684-59-16 or visit brandon-
soccer.com.
AGES 9-14: Sports and Field is conducting registrations for a 5v5
indoor league. Visit tampa.superfleague.com or call Mike Connell at
(813) 948-5500.
AGES 10-18: Unlimited Motion Soccer Academy offers private and_
group training for boys and girls. Contact Mike Connell at (813)
948-5500 or mikei_'tampabayrowdies com.
DISABLED: The Tampa Thunder power wheelchair team needs
players of all ages. Call Don Gorman at (727) 726-465'.,or visit
povwersoccertampa.net.
. DISABLED: The.Oqtreach Program for Soccer-wilt conlutfr'ee .
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registrations Sept. 14, 15, 22 and 29. Visit brandonsoccer.com.

Softball
AGES 4-17: The Lutz Leaguerettes will conduct registrations Sept. 8,
9, 15, 16, 22 and 23. Visit lutzleaguerettes.com or call (813) 943-
5636.
AGES 5-16: Interbay Little League will conduct registrations Aug. 30
and Sept. 1. Call (813) 831-1807.
AGES 5-17: The Town 'N Country Leaguerettes slowpitch organiza-
tion is conducting registrations each Saturday through Sept. 29. Call
David Gray at (813) 924-5098 or leave a message at (813) 888-
8471.
AGES 5-17: The Wesley Chapel Dixie League is conducting registra-
tions. Visit leaguelineup.com/wcaa or call (813) 994-6633.
AGES 8-U: The USA Patriots will conduct tryouts Aug. 31. Contact
Mike Galinski at (727) 556-3200 or mgalinski@americaii.com.
AGES 12-U: Team Florida needs players. Call Drew Johnson at (727)
644-4911.
AGES 14-U: The Tampa Mustangs need players. Call Joe Bell at (813)
787-9401 or Manny Santos at (813) 244-1945.
AGES 14-U: The USA Patriots need two players. Contact Mike Galin-
ski at (727) 556-3200 or mgalinski@americaii.com or visit
usa44.com.
AGES 14/16-U: The Clearwater Lady Bombers will conduct tryouts
for outfielders and utility players through August. Contact Tom Allen
at (727) 423-3443 or tom.allen@diebold.com.

Swimming
ALL AGES: Apollo Beach Racquet and Fitness Club is seeking swim-
mers of all levels for a satellite program of Blue Wave Swimming.
Call (813) 641-1922.
ALL AGES: Plant City Family YMCA offers private and group lessons
and hosts a competitive swim team. Call (813) 757-6677.
ALL AGES: Swim Tampa Aquatics is seeking new swimmers and
high school off-season programs. Call Scott Parlett at (813) 546-
4894.

Tennis
AGES 3-15: Harbour Island Athletic Club and Spa is organizing pro-
-grams for home-schoolers. Contact Arthur Shannon at (813) 202-
1950, Ext. 126 or ashannon@wellbridge.com.
,AGES 4-14: The Temple Terrace Parks and Recreation Department is
conducting registration! for an afternoon junior program and a
series of summer camps. Caill(813) 989-7180.
AGES 5-18: A USNTA certified professional is offering free first
private lessons through September. Call (813) 486-8909 or e-mail
coachvalencia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free leasons for players of all ages. are available each
Friday in Brandon and Tampa. Call Lauren Bopp at (813) 598-8809

Send announcements at least two weeks in advance to
Youth Sports via e-mail (sports@tampatrib.com), fax, (813)
259-8148 or mail to The Tampa Tribune Sports Dept., 200
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PLANT CITY In reality, Du-
rant High only has a one-game
winning streak against its foot-
ball rival Plant City. It just
seems like longer than that to
the Raiders.
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then they beat us 21-0 in the
spring," Plant City head coach
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mer."
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physical presence.
"I really want to see it, want
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Plant City won a wild 45-34
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b b, APTS of Riveroaks 39230 eightsAve 39' Royals Int 1998 5th New Electronics, Corn- Hwy Mi, 2 yrwarranty, raged & covered show- Must See, Runs, dve 25K, red w/black inten-
nf wide, frt Section 8 OK. Low rent 3r/1 se. whe rear kitchenne Refurbished, box, oveead door, room new. Extd wrty. looks like new.5K i. or, (813)716-3225
porch, W/D hkupge Remodeled. Must $1100/mo w/00mo tile & arpet, W/D, dual $450obo 813-980-1729 ramp,mint 813-855-6304 $7500 813-251-3231 $13,975 813-361-1840 dadcock60@msn.com
water, garbage, 140 qualify. Credit 813-88-00 slideout Must See!
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lease, 13-659-2432 813-988- 1191 i with twin 2000 150 Mer- B. o .ses Nomad, Intercom Sys- 39k mi., Runs & Looks Convert, blue w/taupe
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Condominiums in Parks for Rent TH WHEELS & shape. Cud cabin, FORGE BIRT CON Trunk, New Meezler tion. 100k mi wrty. edition. 75k mi. $16,500
PARK MODELS bait well, all 1he toys. TROL! Try this 1993 66 Tires. Handlebar risers, 29,950 813-361-1840 813-854-2043
for Rent TONOTOSASAMobile CALL Dave ANYTIME $10,900. Best offer. Passener School Bus! K&N Filter, Custom Se
813-713-3217 352-347-2016. Great ascr or Farm Driver backrest, Vance BMW 1998,528 109K mi, LEXUS 2003 L543048500
SOUTH AMPA Madison to Runs reat. & Hime Exhaust. $9800 4 dr auto trans, 6c miles ex cond,
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REAL ESTATE-REN Houses Unfurished Mobile Homes on eaR. Am erc, o f, black tGE 1of r6gand C sutr, C, 5 u4 V 6K
fff_ Rnt CORK- bd, furn., Irg prt RV rental site located on untv 2010, r van, V6 33 Gyd - 3 ow On 53-7383
2005, Ext. Warranty DODGE 1997 Grand Cara- All Waated pwmiles icar!
Suffice se No rets s, Hutchingson Island Exc. Cond.Many Cond. Pwr Win &Locks, rrr 13-625-4025
SAPOLLO BEACH Brand smoking! Res/ID ch. near Vero Beach. Upgrades, $69980obo CD 7 Pass, New Wheels GOLF CARTS WANTED BO, (813)907-5805, Vigo.
Plant City 750sf MOL, New 4BR, 3BA, 3CG, w 1-2 rsn, incl. cbl, wtr, & Across from beach, 8 -245-9900 $2,95 813-340-0808 Buy/Sell/Trade EBMW 2001E-B325c Conve20r-K K3 x-5
1804 W. Baker St. suite bonus room, 2500+s, arnage $395/mo. + Marinaon Inter-coastal, Chargers, parts all 0M5lD 3.25cConver- K525K4miSL50ex-
F. Paved Pk great- lake, ana cable & 00 813-766-0970 ool, tennis. Phone,- ODGE 2005 HANDICAP rela45-4515 tible, automatic, excel- cond. perfect con
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avail on in Rd. 5 $1695/mo. 941-345-5748 DADE CITY 1, 2 & 3 Br, cluded. First class. By wheelchair ram tie tres.$13,900. e*mg all records
Incl Garb/Wtr/Sewer. MH + RV's. Start at the week, month or sea- PASADENA Yacht & C C.. downs, 25K miles. For 1A37ie Wa t 407-247-2828 9k private owner
813-764-8030 ARMENIA & Waters Area. including all son. 352-347-4470 2 Mos Free rent w/12 more info 727-492-1630 AutLomobiles Wanted re load- )- 3300
PLANT City, Hwy 92 zon- carport, uiet neighbor- shaded oak. 352-807- ( tor / V Limited Time. Deewa- GMC 1998 Safari Low Top PONTIAC 1968 Firebird ed, leather, new trans Mercury 2003 Gr Marquis
ed CG 1. 5 acres 1200 hood. Also 3/2 gypt 0588, 352-807-0566 o ter slps for saleleas. Conversion, 94K mi, au- -2900 USD V8 conver- and tires looks ood Fully Loaded,Low29Mi
soift office. Owner Lake area $1100 mo. + 10 slips left. Free Cable to, cold AC tv/vr exc tible extblue int runs eat$5 Ec Cond, Must See This
finance or lease for security 813-933-1869. r Roommates TV, WiFi, In Slip Pump dBB 995 blackautomaic (813)254-108 t Ap preciate! $999
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a edition, 91k miles, Great $600 Police Impounds!
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