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WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 5, 2007



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Tribune photo by JIM REED
Teresa Hatcher opened Teresa's Treasures at 1103 Wheeler St. "I really wanted to do something that was fun," the
former nurse says. "I thought, 'how about a gift shop?'" She says she's happy with her decision to go into business.


Following Their Dreams


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Dale Bliss sorts through fabrics at Strawberry Basket Fabric and Balloon Store at 1301 N. Wheeler St. The former
office worker wanted to be her own boss. "It means a lot to me to see people come in and be happy and satisfied."
After years of working for others, Dale Bliss and Teresa Hatcher open their
own businesses, a short distance from each other north of downtown.
STORY, PAGE 10


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Pageant Season
Starting
There's an orientation
Saturday at Bruton
Memorial Library
for Miss Heart
of Plant City.
Page 3

Dress Casual
But Sparkle
Mark your calendar
for the annual Dia-
mond & Deniin Gala.
Page 4

Plan For Schools
City commissioners
adopt guidelines to
help make sure there
are enough schools in
the Plant City area.
Page 6


First Couple
Honored
Mayor Rick Lott
and his wife, Di, are
showered with praise
at a Plant City Family
YMCA awards
ceremony
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Orientation Set Saturday For Little Miss Heart Pageant


Pageant Orientation
Set For Saturday
PLANT CITY With the rising
cost of education, scholar-
ships are a bonus.
The board of directors of
Miss Heart of Plant City
awards a scholarship to a
deserving young woman be-
tween the ages of 17 and 24.
The pageant also is the step-
pingstone to the Miss Florida
and Miss America pageants.
Plant City resident Roxanne
Fulwood, executive director of
Miss Heart of Plant City, said
orientation for the pageant
will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Satur-
day at Bruton Memorial Li-
brary, 302 McLendon St., for
five categories: Tiny Miss, ages
5 and 6; Little Miss, ages 7 to
9; Jr. Miss, ages 10 to 12; Miss
Teen of Hillsborough County,
ages 13 to 16; and Miss Heart,
17 to 24. The newest category,
Miss Teen of Hillsborough
County, is open to all girls 13
to 16 in the county. Other
categories are based on ZIP
codes.
For full qualifications, go to
www.MissHeartofPlantCity


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist


.com. The organization is
seeking sponsors for the
scholarship. Call Fulwood if
you would like to help, (813)
986-2799 or (813) 478-8875.

Pam Tillis Helps
Diamonds, Denim Gala
PLANT CITY Entertainer
Pam Tillis, who was born in
Plant City, is in the local news
again after she donated a
leopard-print cowgirl hat to
be auctioned at the annual
Diamonds & Denim Gala
sponsored by South Florida
Baptist Hospital.
Sylvia Knox is joined by
Kelleigh Klein as vice chair-
women of the 11th annual
event to be held from 7 to 10
p.m. Sept. 27 to raise money


Photo from Roxanne Fulwood
The reigning Little Miss Heart titleholders are, from left, Payton
Astin, Madison Astin, Megari Shelley and Ashley Robinson.


for the hospital's community
outreach programs.
Items for the silent auction
will include a signed Florida
Gator purse and a little girl's


party with the Florida Straw-
berry Festival queen and her
court, donated by the Camel-
lia Rose Tea Room & Gift
Shop.


Other members of the com-
mittee are: Lynn Brewer, Hal
Brewer, Matt Buzza, Danna
Coton, Stacy Dunn, Lisa Gallo-
way, Lisa Granger, Linda
McDonald, Bruce Rodwell,
Margaret Rodwell, Nancy
Ross, Marion Smith, Ann Trin-
kle, Julie Young, Mary Weiss
and Faye Wetherington.
Call Judy Martin at the hos-
pital for information and res-
ervations by Sept. 12, (813)
757-1277.

Plant City High Grad
Gets Football Scholarship
PLANT CITY Josh Helton is
attending William Penn Col-
lege in Oskaloosa, Iowa, on a
football scholarship.
He signed with the college
while he was a student at
Plant City High School.
He is the son of Roxanne
Fulwood.
Have a special event you would
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PLANT CITY UPDATE


Diamonds & Denim
Gala Set to Shine
Diamonds are a girl's best
friend, but denim may be a
boy's best buddy.
When the South Florida
Baptist Hospital Foundation
hosts its llth annual Dia-
monds & Denim Gala from 7
to 10 p.m. Sept. 27, organizers
expect more than 500 people
to pack the expo building of
the Florida Strawberry Festival
grounds especially men
because of the event's casual
dress code.
"That's why men like to
come," said Judy Martin, exec-
utive director of the hospital
foundation. "They get to eat
good food, they don't have to
dress up and it doesn't in-


terfere with football."
Men typically wear jeans
paired with denim sport coats,
Martin said, while women
wear denim dresses and out-
fits. Guests will have a chance
to win a diamond ring donat-
ed by Brown's Jewelry, which
will sell items at the event
along widh I&G Jewelers.
The event will feature like
music byTaampa classic rock
band K.A.G.E.D., six food and
beverage stations, including a
prune rib and seafood bar,
valet parking and complimen-
tary framed guest photos.
Auction items include au-
tographed footballs, spa treat-
ments, a week's stay in a
North Carolina cabin, a leop-
ard-print cowgirl hat donated
by country singer Pam Tillis, a
hand-carved, signed Florida


Tillis
The singer
"donated a
leopard-print
hat for auction.

Gator purse donated by the
Camellia Rose Tea Room &
Gift Shop and a little girl's
party with the Florida Straw--
berry Festival queen and her
court.
Proceeds from the gala and
auction benefit South Florida
Baptist Hospital's community
outreach programs.
"It's a fun, casual evening
with good food, good friends
and a good auction," Martin
said.
Tickets are $50 per person;.
sponsorships ranging from


$250 to $5,000 also are avail- 20 years the city's tax rate has
able. Ticket reservations are changed.
required by Sept. 12. The rate was reduced be-
For information or to pur- cause of Florida's-property tax
chase tickets, call Martin at reforms. The revanped tax
(813) 757-1277. structure also has affected the
Ray Reyes city's general fund, which is
expected to lose about $1
Budget Hearings million in revenue.
Planned This Month "So far, we have accom-
plished what Tallahassee has
The city commission will asked us to do," Mayor Rick
hold two public hearings on Lott said of the proposed bud-
the proposed 2007-08 fiscal get. No jobs were cut, and
year budget during their reg- department heads have been
ularly scheduled meetings told to maintain the current
Monday and Sept. 24. level of service.
Commissioners will vote on Officials have found ways to
reducing the city's property balance the $64.9 million
tax rate to $4.16 per $1,000 of budget for fiscal year 2007-08
taxable, assessed value. The by eliminating vacant posi-
current budget's property tax tions, cutting back on employ-
rate is $4.70. If approved, it
will be the first time in nearly See CITY UPDATE, Page 13 N>


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


Thursday

Yard Sale To Help Church
Are yard sales your thing?
Greater New Mount Zion
Free Will Baptist Church, 3041
Daniels Road, offTrapnell
Road, will hold a fundraising
yard sale from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Thursday, Friday and Satur-
day.

Join Girl Scouts
Girls interested in joining
the Girl Scouts are invited to
rallies from 6 to 8 p.m. Thurs-
day and 9:30 a.m. to noon
Saturday. Both rallies are at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
McLendon St., Plant City.
Girls in kindergarten
through 17 years old are eligi-
ble to join Girl Scouts.
Call (813) 759-9399.

Friday

10 Years And Counting
The Hay Exchange, 4950
U.S. 92 West, which supplies
hay statewide and in the Ca-
ribbean, is celebrating its 10th
anniversary from 8 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to
4 p.m. Saturday.
The celebration includes
gifts, drawings, games, prizes,
food prepared by local 4-H
Club members and a live
broadcast by WPCV-97 Coun-
try radio station.
Call (813) 754-5405.

Saturday


Masons Host Fish Fry
Fried fish and all the fixings
are on the menu at a meal


from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Olin S. Wright Masonic Lodge,
304 Acacia St. Donations of $8
for adults and $6 for children
are requested. The lodge is
between Baker and Reynolds
streets, east of Alexander
Street.

Dance, Dance, Dance
Donna Garzone will host
one of her Donna's Saturday
Night Dances from 7 to 10:30
p.m. at Stardust Dance Cen-
ter, 1405 S. Collins St.
Mike and Peg Johnson will
play dance music, Asian food
will be served and there will
be drawings for prizes. Admis-
sion is $10. Call (813) 671-3009.

Tribute To Elvis
GaryElvis Brin, an EMis
Presley tribute artist who lives
in Plant City, will be among
the featured entertainers at 7


p.m. at Northgate Baptist
Church, 1301 W. Linebaugh
Ave., Tampa.
The concert also features
Gospel Truth Quartet and
Three Plus One Quartet.
GaryElvis performs nation-
ally with his tribute to the king
of rock 'n' roll.
Call Northgate Baptist at
(813) 988-6923.

Sunday


Artist Reception
Bruton Memorial Library,
302 McLendon St., will hold a
reception from 2 to 5 p.m. for
Bealsville artist Ruby C. Wil-
liams, the featured artist of the
month. .
Williams' art will be on the
library's Art Wall during the
month. The public is invited
to meet Williams during the
reception in the library's Mary


Post Your Own
Calendar Of Events
At plantcity.tbo.com


Noel Moody Community
Room.
Call (813) 757-9215.

Registration Deadline
Sunday is the deadline for
the $20 registration fee for
First Baptist Church of Plant
City's Ladies' Fall Conference,
from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept.
15.
The event will include
choices of seminars and work-
shops related to the theme
Leaving a Legacy, and a key-
note address by author and
speaker Sandy Maddox of
Orlando.
The conference includes a
continental breakfast and
lunch.
Call (813) 752-4104.

Gospel Concert
Sounds of Joy and a special
guest minister will be featured
at 6 p.m. at Church of God of
Prophecy, 11607 Grovewood
Ave., Thonotosassa.
There will be an offering
taken, and refreshments will
be served.
Call (813) 752-2778.

Revival Gets Under Way
A revival starts today and
runs through Sept. 12 at
Mount Olive Baptist Church,
604 W. Ball St., Plant City.
See THINGS TO DO, Page 13 >



COMING

SATURDAY
Plant City farmers gear up
for the strawberry season.

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Photo by DEREK MAUL

A Minister's Art
The art of the Rev. Carlos Rojas of St. Clement Catholic Church is
on display this month at Espress Yourself Coffee 101 at 101 E. J.
Arden Mays Blvd. The shop is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday. Call (813) 659-0101.


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By RAY REYES
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PLANT CITY Officials last
week -approved amendments
to the city's: school facilities
plan that will help ease over-
crowding at local schools for
up to 10 years.
The city commission voted
5-0 for the plan, which also
sets guidelines on how new
subdivisions, and the families
that move into them, affect the
population of the two high
schools, three middle schools
and 11 elementary schools in
and around Plant City.
According to the amend-
ments approved by commis-
sioners, school capacity will be
protected by limiting new de-
velopment in areas where en-
rollment is about 95 percent its
maximum capacity.
The plan, which must be
implemented by June 2008,
coordinates population pro-
jections, growth, land use and
school facilities to ensure high


standards of education, said
Mark Hudson, principal plan-
ner with the county planning
commission..
The school facilities amend-
ments will be included in the
city's master plan for growth,
according to a city staff report.
In 2005, the state's Depart-
ment of Community Affairs
selected six communities, in-
cluding Hillsborough County,
to take part in a pilot program
in which local governments
and school districts work to-
gether to manage growth.
The amendments approved
by commissioners last week,
and previously approved by
the school board, resulted
from the pilot program, offi-
cials said.
Provisions are also in the
plan for city officials to work
with the county school board
in determining sites for
schools, Hudson said.
One high school and one
elementary school in Eastern


Guideline will coordinate population
growth, land use and school facilities.


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A Plan For Schools, Growth


Hillsborough are expected to
be built' within the next five
years, said Cathy Valdes, the
chief facilities officer for the
county school district.
High School "UUU" is ex-
pected to open by 2010 and
Elementary "J" by 2011, Valdes
said. Both schools will be built
on parcels west of Plant City
on Gallagher Road.
Valdes told commissioners
the district's 2007-08 enroll-
ment has grown slightly. Stu-
dent enrollment for the first
eight weeks of this school year
is projected at 191,218, an in-
crease of 316 from last year.
The county had experienced
an influx of about 6,000 new
students annually for about 10
years, Valdes said. She said
Hillsborough may not see that
type of growth again until 2011.
With the commission's ap-
proval, the school facilities
amendments will be sent to
the state Department of Com-
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter. j ,er Rd & tLu7mia if
659-261t5(

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
MAlen Chapel: 1109 E lam t. "52- 389
Mount Olive: 11/3 WIT tAti n vt
Mount Olite: ilorlom Rd. '-.2628

APOSTOUCLIC
tamblea Aposwoliea:
I15i 0t.,'I Rd "'.3-96
Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ-
1212 If Re t.Adi, 5/530

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundani Life: PInmiRsIR .t
Lthi,. 685-1241)
Bethany .W i Honwe m R,
rImoloi..ss,. 986,51" ---l
Calary Fellowship:
/IlO', -j-ri Stl Ti-52-.K
Chriwtian Life Assembly:
312-1"5 ihter Rd 65"'--W2
Doter First: f 54" a IPnte Rd 69(-f4?-.
Faith temple: 1-4 u HtlshAmAugh.
P.4 Count, lire. "''-..
Faith Ughthouse: .3-R 39A -521885
Frit Pinmt Cm (Arhev Griffin Rd.
Wol' J39 -52-3351
Fort .Mafia: ,r'mer ol ,t i, Hit) 19
c wd/hi Rid .)tifi",
Istille: NA'b-n '-"f. Sr'i
Mount Zion: /-- at (/an.ei i.w Rd. -2.1/614
Pleasant Grote. furt.' rc' k R.I, ""-r 9
Victory worshipp Ctemer: (.uirin' l1n' Rd

Sydney: Nainel Rd I/ Iomt O of
isdn,.,. :,iT Rd 65'H.t R
Turke) (reek. ltrkei Crelek Rd T-545 .7

BAPTIST
Ahasa: FIrket' (r't Rd A ouJ'fR 60,

Mafia Baptist 22. .t4l lTa Cbu ai R
634i-&'45
Anloch: florl.m fRd P F.h/it
Berea: 9 S. "_-.12-L'
Bedhan): i.'rk Rd -9'20 )
Bethel: SW Wi Renl/m if '9 5i .
Beulah: lfen Csinrr' litne Kd
ilthi, j, i I.22
Bible: Char'ie Griffin RA. -52*2.'3'
Burchnood Temple: Iut/ri Dr ? 5-i.
-52. 37t?
C(aJan Free Will: .39 Ifraifned R.It
(edar Groe: [ A, illeRJ '-d .3"14
centrall of lJthia: inlien An >i-ie R.t
Church on the RockC301 .I omin4,A

Community Chri-tian:
13I/1 \ %tunnwi j li '54- 3t.
Crossroads: S' 39i PArit-r.,

Countryside Baptisl Church:
3322 Siwa nt Rd 5"IlsY


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BAPTIST CON1D
Dover First.\ A 6,tik'r Pd (69-02i03
&stsid,' 1318F Calwimn 9S, "-54-21
East Thonotosassa: tclwo.,h
A ha/li-Gnflin Rd Y56-9.6
Faith Temple Primitive:
&WI It UiInglon St -4--666/
First Baptist Church of Mid'ay)
JMdua- Rd "52 .A9
First Baptist Uhia: Imerflt io,15:,'SR396
lihi i.Pirzr'wsl R.J, -3.1121
First Plant C ity 53 A PalmI. -5210 io
First Thonoloa;sa Missionary:
.Il /intt Rd !'t- "r.
Harmon) Baptist Church:
6W8 it Alng 'ti niffin Rd w9, '/65i
Hopeieater. 5*-. 5i b
Hopenell: 5Rff35 '3-3 S,
Knights: Fndi Bchta-nan Hui' -52-'r2)
Lebanon: Brnch fiF'rh Rt "'2. -
Lone Oak: lorew tk Rd f-5 "8
Mount Moriah Freewill
It~Arn ,. iIht.n n t if- j-"'
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2i? .(rcson Rd '.3' 1" 9
Mount Olite: ,w I0 t V i Uit 75+3;6i
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church:
3101/ i idner ler Rd. FAior
New ML Zion Freewill: 30/ IAri Rd
'.523985
Northside: /00 ,' FrmhinlSi. '52-2"9
ln,.- .\tif..)rtRd "2-ViW
Plant City Primitie: Ar9 .\ f(tts .i
_5-.J261
Pleasant Grome Fimrt tirk, Crmt Rd,1
-. '--556
Shiloh Baptis Church:
1X'.6 t errace Dr. 5i 47"-li5
Springhead:S irtgbsARtid "5-4-i9
St luke Missionarq 101)8 mnwnil St.
-5---iW2
St Mary's Freewill: Hunter l Winrn it.
54-6853
SL Mary Missionaryt 1&)S iR 60W,
73- 3669M
St May's Community Church:
Wt- E imara 5i, '54-1616
Sydney: 15il o Rd 659150W
Thrkey Creek Community Baptist Church:
541- h, rtke Crwk Rd. 813-3' 1224
Thrkey Creek First Framl Rdi
52. N'j9i
Victor) Missionary: ItA'i Rd
welcome Baptit 1il 1W8 l e.-m-i
ntmchs l-/13) ~3--2.8
,e'tiside: 25t1' IfI cGaintihl. ite
-5-'.1 +50
hbitehurs Rd. &' V V' IjelurrtPdJ
-54-5405

PRIM IVE BAPTIST
ULite Union: 1551/0oiin ield 39
hllr0i 6,.?4-4 l5i
Salem Primidie:
/1"2 er' 'tn Cliro Rd. St-dnet


CATHOLIC
St Clement I/ ,i lkander vi,
"52-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wdilder Rd: 938 liider Rdt "52.2-1
Cork: Cork Road "52. 1521
Laura St 1310 F liMra St. -52.285
Springhead: It gins Rd "54-1485

CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Chnst)
Firs 21/i8 h/ontoeilioa i JRd "-5.y

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian: dcritoih RdJ.
A of[ ? i5- "

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E laura Nt

CHURCH OF GOD tCleveland, Tenn)
Cahary Community: 5210 5Sinuth l.d Rd
Doter Donw 'ravg 'it
Plant City 2/t Itlu.hki? RI. -52 45i9
B-rkey Creek Frtet-r (ink kd
U iIk o3I -/- '3i1
lhonotosasa:
1/'02 \ Taor Rd *i -'.116

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Inaianal
Kings-vay Firsc 29.i A giin \.

Pklat (il: oira., F. '.,' imp
13 .11i,,hnm' ,/ sV 1I1 I
First. A 6(or'an ,tial ittdr St
"52-t: 3'_
Gospel Tabernacle..41nt 6 Hainci S

EPISCOPAL
SL Peter's: 30/ ,V T i 't.
-i2. it/61


Destiny Church of Plam Cqit
1112' WItvierSi
8/13.59.2181

HOLINESS
Deliverance Tabernacle;.
18 iW Grtinl Si
Refuge Church ol Our Lord:
2-8 LI ,,/l vI

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernxle:
- ll. _.unmundb RJd, "54-+3'
Restoration Assembly:

Evangelists lor Jesus Tabernacle:
Si5-4.[ l'.-tsr 6(,9-/O02

INTERDM ENOWMAONAL
Caltary Chapel Plant City:
1310 rth iAb tirn At. ) 2-0510
C(hrisan Growth Center.
tIO/ lhanin. "19.2909


INMERDENOMNATIONAL (Conld)
Cotenant Bible Church: /IW1I L ct i r 51
_iemfA :54-4-92
Deeper Life Fellowship:
(cwit Rd it 1/" R 39 A
Reiital Outreach Center
.2iA Oner Rd 681./ -5i

JEHOVA'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 320J mary laid .ie.


LATFER-DOff SAMTS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS.
/1805, Pairk Rt "i2-tt)

LUTHlRANII
Hope LCMS: 2iil Park Bltd -52--4622
Lord ol Life ELC4:
2104 tutl Like Rd. "52 6061

NAZARENE
Plant City Community Church of the
Nazarene- 2;'2,tuLhd -R6i tid ~- ~,'3


Full Gospel Fellotship:
SWcl.in. e
Full Gospel tabernacle:
2311 Sinimar. Rd, "- 38-.W
Greater Lote Christian Center:
110i framkhlin i -59-2"01
Impati Family Vorship Center:
lit/t at Seffter tmInaurle
.ktkd. (. "'.914
Kainos International Church of florida:
!At12 t Rten/Csfr -Y-c429
Grace Bible Ministries:
r0.2I f Hilurbon.&t. te, "54-i26i
Unity Christ Church:
1911A ,niwm oit 659-202;
ounman's Praise and Worship Center
t,'. 921

ORTHODOX
Holy Prolection Orthodox Church:
38'0 toren Lake Rd [knec 659-0)1/7

PENTECOSUL
Greater Heights Family Worship (enter.
3 Living atiers Foursquare Church:
(412 tters vt '9-t52
New Hope ors.hip (enter.
. R4l .!,,le , it '5.123W

PENTECOSTAL HOULINESS
Dover .t/oore > L'A- Hlohn
(tirch Rtd (9.- 1301
Church of the Lhing GodL
I Ite) P'.r S t.. -5 Wi

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plani City
/I' CWari' Griffin Rd -59-9.33


PRESBYTERIAN (Conlfd)
irst Presb terian Plant (it:
40)4 W Ree ddi 51 "52-4211

SANCT111RED HOULINESS
Walk with God Minis.r:
li511 5R i4. ktwr 0594)30

SEVENH-Y ADENST
Plant Ci(yl: Li tJrau'iTrrf Lr
52-.1694

SEVENTY TIES SEVEN
MNISM ES, MC
SAFE" I-Single Again Fellowship
& Etangelismn I
.i/ InuIh itrgpin,. Rd. 5 224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
Fiursc /10 IT .A.'nn RJd "-5'K,9

UNMED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SL Mark United Church:
191-4 ilffl/ i Io'l'v ld k /lai


UN METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W 4nm.lln RdA

Doter First: ,If.re .s W Rdi/t
Ilt:dq ~irurt IRd (9.-141q
First Plant City: _?(_ \ Eien

Grate: /.I/. (hI err o /i093IA
Suntse Heights: Ilhder [r *'+4-24-l
Springhead: -.16 fspar ni.ni Rd

SL Luke: &0E i. ra .it, -- Ni
ThonotoDssa: n/rt lne /Hi'r at
tistietorx Dr 9r -735
Irinit) Plant City
l2 It Enghs, St "52-.931/6

WORD OF F-RI
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant City
1214 W s RetriAid 5'aile 2





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Word Out!

Advertise in the
PLANT CITY COURIER
Church Directory
Call Christina Jaudou at

813-865-4488


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BIRTHS
The following births were recorded
recently at South Florida Baptist
Hospital.
July 18: Eljin B. Sankitts, son
of Teresa Mendoza and Jorge
Sankitts of Brandon
July 19: Jerson Jimenez, son
of Lucia and Jerson Jimenez of
Lakeland
July 20: Evelyn R. McClelland,
daughter of Cassie and Rhett
McClelland of Plant City
July 21: Dwynyas J. Sanders,
son of Thanea Virgile and Dwy-
nyas Sanders; Jackson L. Sewell,
son of Marlena and Wesley
Sewell of Lakeland
July 23: Jaylinn S. Tennyson,
son of Jennifer Kearney and
Jeffery Tennyson of Lithia; Kim-
berly E. Alegria, daughter of
Maura Lopez and Meliton Ale-
gria; Jaydien D. Ghent, son of
Tiffany Ragins and Evgene
Ghent
July 24: Trinity K. Hollifield,
daughter of Bobbie Jo Walker
and Jacob Hollifield of Valrico
July 25: Jacob R. Nales, son of
Lottie Prevatte and Robert Nales
of Tampa
July 26: Levi W. Otis, son of
Traci and Leonard Otis of Plant
City; Jesus Trejo, son of Aracell
Resendiz and Jesus Trejo.of
Plant City
July 27: Brianna S. Hurtado,
daughter of Hermelinda and
Rosallo Hurtado
July 29: Charles B. Sosbe, son
of Eveagail and Jason Sosbe of
Mulberry
July 30: Keegan W. Smith, son
of Summer and Kevin Smith of
Plant City
July 31: Mark A. Hall III, son of
Angela and Alan Hall of Plant
City
Aug. 1: Shawntae M. Howard,
daughter of Danielle Lucas and
Shawn Howard of Dover
Aug. 3: Sonny Conde, son of
Jessica Rosales and Albert Con-
de of Plant City
Aug. 4: Stephen M. Eatman II,
son of Joni and Stephen Eatman
of Plant City
Aug. 6: Andrew Jenkins, son
of Yolanda Mondujano and
James Jenkins
Aug. 8: Taylor M. Bailey,
daughter of Siearra Staight and
James Bailey
Aug. 9: Chloe R. Jones, daugh-
ter of Jaime Gietzen-Jones and
John Jones
Aug. 10: Michael T. Maples,
son of Megan Maples
Aug. 13: Ayden A. Avramovic,
son of Jami and Marko Av-
ramovic of Plant City; Markel M.


Robinson, son of Kaleisha Smith
and Dennis Robinson; Emma E.
Leiss, daughter of Christine and
Jeff Leiss of Plant City
Aug. 16: Larry J. Teston, son
of Janice Sesser and Larry Tes-
ton
Aug. 17: Illana D. Lara, daugh-
ter of Maria and Martin Lara of
Plant City; Carly M.L. Taylor,
daughter of Cherish Taylor and
Shannon Wise of Lakeland
Aug. 18: Tyler J. Fry, son of
Keri and Christopher Fry of
Lakeland
Aug. 19: Savannah R. Miller,
daughter of Nicole and Justin
Miller of Lakeland
Aug. 20: Brooklynn A. Weim-
er, daughter of Farren Weimer
and Felix Molina of Plant City


LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10.00 AM
MorningWorship 11:00A.M.
Evening Worship 6.00 P.M.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00P.M.
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor

SJoi ouiir ,ouflu:r,
S, fu ''onp.'p and find
e.llo u.d :p and
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First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant Ciht
ih ,r, e-r, R, ,T Bai- ij i
794-3519
WORSHIP HOURS
. h)rri Chape! C:'mmLnru:,'n
"1X1 an Co.npl.'rar.',. worship Ln
T lie \tiedl CerJie
l1i) .a im _',unda\ _':h,:ol
Cl-iJdrt r, Ad uJ
11 (i am Trjadjonal iA,..t .hp Lni
n'eLviro.L~us


Sunday Evenings
| YouLh Small Group-. & W:r.-hp
ur.00* s:01: pni
%Wednesday Evenings
southh Fe. vhjp,"P1 r, E P. k.d
P I rime Dr er n AduJl tid,
L.1,0 4.r0) pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
i. H .. litl,.,H...nl...-i ,',rc u hjfm :plrilh r', .:r-
:"x' il*i''


By RAY REYES
The Tampa T'ibune
PLANT CITY Public hear-
ings on the voluntary annex-
ations of 13 parcels totaling
about 188 acres will be held
this month.
A request to annex about 63
acres on the east side of James
L. Redman Parkway between
Trapnell and Kilgore roads is
the largest on the list, accord-
ing to a city staff report. The
63 acres is divided into six
parcels with four owners: S.R.
39 Grove LLC, George and
Carolyn Mead, Irma Herring
and Barbara Rosson.


The other annexations in-
clude:
About 40 acres owned by
Isaac Reiter, on 4401 Frazier
Lane, off Knights Griffin Road
and east of Wilder Road.
Nearly 18 acres owned by
William and James Grimmer,
2301 S. Frontage Road, east of
Park Road.
About 35 acres owned by
Charles and Betty Grimes at
the southeast comer of Sam
Allen and Wilder roads.
About 10 acres also owned
by the Grimeses at 215 N.
Wilder Road, north of U.S. 92.
About 26 acres owned by
Robert and Barbara Carter


Bread and wine.


Our menu is simple but the nourishment is


and Hilda Kilgore Enterprises
in the 3900 block of Lone Qak
Road.
The public hearings will be
held during the city commis-
sion's regularly scheduled
meeting, which starts at 7:30
p.m. Sept. 27 at city hall, 302
W. Reynolds St.
If commissioners approve
the annexations, the applica-
tions will be sent to the state's
Department of Community
Affairs for further review.

Reporter Ray Reyes can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
rreyes@tampatrib.com.


miraculous.


The nourishment bread and wine can give you when it is served as a part of Holy
Communion is amazing. What other meal can sustain you for an entire week?

St. Peter's Episcopal Church
302 N. Carey Street, Plant City
Directions: 92 west (Baker St.), 1/2 mile west of SR 39 (Wheeler St.)
The church with the red doors.
Sunday Holy Eucharist 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Healing Eucharist 12:10 p.m.


Annexation Hearngs Set


St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass
4pm English
Sunday Masses
7am &10:30am
English
8:30am & 7pm
Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Oft 1-4, Exit 21 Soulhi
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
111i754-1237 or 8u13478-1185


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.
Actiities for Children
& Sludenls: 6:00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. i.. -au.:r.wsT, v
752-8345


Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
-ji9i.W Trapnell Road
Plant Cm FL 33i"60
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Tribune photo by JIM REED
You can find frog dolls in the eclectic collec-
tion of the staples of life at Teresa's Treasures,
a new gift shop at 1103 Wheeler St.

Two women, who had
dreams of having their own
businesses, open stores
within a few days of each
other and a few doors apart.
By DAVE NICHOLSON
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Dale Bliss and Teresa Hatcher
had longtime dreams of owning their own
businesses.
They don't know each other, but they ended
up deciding to make their dreams come true
about the same time and just a few doors from
each other in shops on Wheeler Street, north
of downtown.
"I really wanted to do something that was
fun, and my children were growing so fast. I
thought, 'how about a gift shop?'" said Hatch-
er, who opened Teresa's Treasures, Gifts and
Collectibles at 1103 N. Wheeler St., Suite B, in
the North Wheeler Center shopping plaza in
August.
A few days later, Bliss' Strawberry Basket
Fabric and Balloon Store opened at 1301 N.
Wheeler.
The stores are quite different in their mer-
chandise, but they reflect the visions of two
women who decided to strike out on their own
after decades of working for others.
Bliss said she thought before venturing into


Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Dale Bliss wraps up a basket for a baby boy at Strawberry Basket Fabric and Balloon Store at 1301
N. Wheeler St. The shop has fabrics, craft and quilting supplies, balloon sculptures and classes.


the world of self-employment, "Now is the
time to pursue your dream."
Hatcher spent more than 20 years in the
nursing business, and was raising three chil-
dren: Sean, 12, Jessica, 10, and Matthew, 4. She
tried selling merchandise from home before
finding the store on Wheeler for a reasonable


rent about a mile south of Interstate 4.
Her shelves are filled with an eclectic collec-
tion of the staples of life and treasures. Her
inventory includes home d6cor, clothing, pa-
perback books, a clock with a face depicting
the Lord's Supper, and a scene from the
Garden of Gethsemane. In a nod to fiance Joel


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Setting Up Shops





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Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Bliss, who used to do secretarial work, says she's glad she followed her dream. In addition to offering
decorative gift baskets'she is organizing classes in sewing, quilting, woodworking and crafts.


Barfield's favorite sport, she
has a collection of NASCAR
toys, although none depicts his
hero, driver Kasey Kahne.
"I wanted to do a mixture of
a little bit of everything,"
Hatcher said of her inventory.
She's happy with her deci-
sion to go into business for
herself with a shop where she
meets a variety of customers.
"I've always been a people
person. I've taken care of peo-
ple my whole life," said Hatch-
er, who has lived in Plant City
four years.
When she was in nursing,
she would have to get up at 4
a.m. to get her children to day
care by 6 a.m. before heading
to work. Now she has the
flexibility to enjoy time with
them without the marathon
days.
Although Hatcher is a rela-
tively new transplant to Plant
City, Bliss lives on the small
farm where she was raised in
the Knights Station communi-
ty north of town. She spent a
lifetime doing secretarial and
clerical work but wanted to be
her own boss. Her son, con-
tractor Blake Bliss, has offered
his mother help that included
arranging for her business sign
and showering her with words
of encouragement. i
The logo for her shop in-
cludes a Bible verse, in keeping
with her religious beliefs. Like
Hatcher's, Dale Bliss' shop of-
fers a variety of merchandise:
sewing fabric, craft and quilt-
ing supplies, balloon sculp-
tures, silk flowers, gift baskets
and more. She also delivers
balloon bouquets and is orga-
nizing classes in sewing, quilt-
ing, woodworking and crafts.


Tribune photo by JIM REED
Teresa Hatcher says she "wanted to do a mixture of a little bit of
everything," including NASCAR collectibles at Teresa's Treasures.


THE STRAWBERRY
BASKET FABRIC AND
BALLOON STORE

MERCHANDISE- Includes
balloon art, gift baskets, craft
and quilting supplies and
more; classes in quilting,
sewing and crafts are forming
ADDRESS: 1301 N. Wheeler St.
HOURS: 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday and
9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday
SPECIAL EVENTS: Ribbon
cutting with the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce is,
10:30 a.m. today; open house
that includes a crafts fair is
9:30 am. to 2 p.m. Saturday
PHONE- (813) 752-8999 or (813)
752-8994 ,


-Bliss settled on the shop,
formerly a communication
business, while she was out
looking for space. She decided
on the location because,
"There's nothing like this on


TERESA'S
TREASURES, GIFTS
AND COLLECTIBLES

MERCHANDISE: Home decor,,
clothing, paperbacks. NASCAR
toys and more
ADDRESS: 1103 N. Wheeler St.,
Suite B, in a small plaza, the
North Wheeler Center
HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon-
day through Friday and Satur-
day 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
PHONE- (813) 759-2222


this end of town."
Bliss said she's glad she
seized the opportunity to fol-
low her rainbow.
"I love to meet people and
make friends. ... It means a lot
to me to see people come in
and be happy and satisfied."

Reporter Dave Nicholson can be
reached at.(813) 865-4432 or
dnicholson@tampatrib.com.


ANNIVERSARIES


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Jim and Laura Cameron, who moved to Plant City in 1978, were
wed Aug. 10,1947. They celebrated the event at their church.


Camerons Celebrate
60th Anniversary
PLANT CITY Jim and Laura
Cameron celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary at
their home church, the
Church of God of Sydney, on
Aug. 11.
Jim Cameron was born
Dec. 3, 1926, in Muncie, Ind.
He attended school there un-
til joining the Navy during
World War II.
Laura Johnson Cameron
was born May 4, 1928, in
Viper, Ky., and moved to
Muncie at age 16. They met in
May 1947 and married Aug.
10, 1947.
The couple moved to Plant
City in 1978. He was retired



Couple Celebrate
60th Anniversary
PLANT CITY William
"Bob" and Billie Henderson
recently celebrated their 60th
anniversary.
The couple met at her un-
cle's grocery store in Texas
when he came in to cash a $5
check. Billie Henderson, a
Texas native and a store
cashier, refused to cash the
check because it was drawn
pn a Plant City bank. But he
came back the next day and
asked her for a date. The
couple married Aug. 15, 1947,
in Houston.
Bob Henderson, a Plant
City native, attended the Uni-
versity of Houston after five
years in the Navy during
World War II. He is a former
Plant City mayor and com-
missioner.
The couple have a son and
daughter-in-law, Glenn and
Lindsey Henderson of St. Au-
gustine; daughter and son-
in-law, Connie and Bill Bla-


and he fished for six years
before deciding to return to
work at the U.S. Postal Ser-
vice in Zephyrhills. He trans-
ferred to the post office in
downtown Plant City for sev-
en years, where he retired in
1992.
The Camerons have seven
children: Terry Cameron of
Georgia, Shara Hutchins of
Plant City, Ben Cameron of
Lakeland, Bob Cameron of
Zephyrhills, Darrell Cameron
of New York, Fern Johnson of
Plant City and Al Cameron of
Texas; 12 grandchildren; and
12 great-grandchildren.
The couple made many
friends in the area and
thanked them for their well
wishes.


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Henderson family photo
A check-cashing request
brought William "Bob" and
Billie Henderson together.

ney of Tampa; stepgrandson,
Jake Walters; and two grand-
children, Ryan and Kristen
Blaney.
The Hendersons celebrat-
ed their anniversary at the
Columbia Restaurant in
Tampa, one of their favorite
places to dine.







FAITH


Open Door Church


Welcomes Visitors


The congregation is
inviting others to
activities and
services.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Open Door
Baptist Church may be small,
but it's one busy place.
The Rev. George Harris
opened the church at 702 E.
Alsobrook St., Suite B in Au-
gust 2006. The church has
about 20 members, but each
Saturday they individually visit
homes in the community to
invite visitors and provide a
listing of activities.
"We should all help to carry
the Lord's burden," Harris
said. "We believe it is our
obligation to bring the word of
the Lord to those around us.
Those who know the promises
God has made will share in His
glory."
The church also helps fi-
nance Baptist ministries in
France, Chile, a worldwide
ministry and an evangelist
who travels and preaches the
word throughout the United
States.
The church offers a Sunday
school for children, teens and


OFFERINGS
ST. CLEMENT CATHOLIC: St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City,
invites inactive Catholics to join
a six-week program beginning
Sept. 24. The program will be
from 7-9 p.m. for six consec-
utive Mondays. (813) 752-8251.
TRINITY METHODIST: Trinity
United Methodist Church, 402
W. English St., will have a vari-
ety show fundraiser from 7-9
p.m. Sept. 28. The money will
go to help the needy in Plant
City. Local entertainers will
perform, including singers, mu-
sicians, skits and a magician
magic show. There will be free
refreshments and door prizes.
Tickets are $5 and can be pur-
chased at the door. Call (813)
752-9316 or go to www.Win
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MOUNT OLIVE: Mount Olive


adults. A separate children's
church service is provided dur-
ing- Sunday morning services.
The church's midweek service
includes a children's club,
Patch the Pirate, which uses an
interactive learning program.
"My burden is to save souls
in Plant City," Harris said.
"What we teach here is trust-
ing in the Lord; walking with
the Lord. Our church is here
for the glorification of the God.
We teach and we learn from
the Bible."
Harris lived in Plant City
from 1992 to 1993 with his
parents. He attended Land-
mark Baptist College in Haines
City and then moved to Belle-
view.
In December 2005 Harris
was ordained at Memorial
Baptist Church in Ocala. On
Easter 2006, Harris began
preaching to a small congrega-
tion at the Speer family resi-
dence off Branch-Forbes Road.
In August he brought his
church to the Alsobrook loca-
tion.
To reach the Open Door
Baptist Church from Collins
Street, go east on Alsobrook,
across the railroad tracks and
turn north into the first com-
mercial center parking lot


African Methodist Episcopal
Church, 1115 W. Madison St., is
celebrating its 90th anniversary.
A post anniversary service is 4
p.m. Sept. 30.
BEREA BAPTIST: Berea Baptist
Church, 4305 S. James L. Red-
man Parkway, offers Sunday
school at 9:45 a.m., Sunday
morning worship at 11 and Sun-
day Bible study at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, the church has 7
p.m. prayer and Bible study.
(813) 737-1232.
EASTSIDE BAPTIST: Eastside
Baptist Church, 1318 E. Calhoun
St., Plant City, offers Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m.; morning
worship at 10:45 a.m.; and eve-
ning worship at 6 p.m. Sunday.
Wednesday activities begin at
6:30 p.m. and include classes
for children, youth and adults.
(813) 754-2681.


Sunday school is at 9:45
a.m., and morning worship is
at 11. Sunday evening and
Thursday evening services be-
gin at 7. For information, call
Harris at (813) 892-5536.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
gnewman@tampatrib.com.


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The Rev. George Harris celebrated the one-year anniversary at the
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CITY UPDATE posed budget for 2007-08, City
Manager David Sollenberger
said the hard copy of the 290-
Continued From Page-4 page document bound in a
spiral notebook was one of
ee training and courses, and the most readable and attrac-
scaling back building repairs, tive he has seen in years.
among other reductions, to "It's the best-looking bud-
the tune of about $3.1 million. get document produced,"
A copy of the upcoming Sollenberger said. "It was just
fiscal year's budget can be a disaster for the last two years
found at www.ci.plantcity running."
.fl.us. Past documents had in-
The public hearings start at correct page numbers and
7:30 p.m. at city hall, 302 W. holes on the wrong side, Sol-
Reynolds St. lenberger said.
Ray Reyes Sollenberger credited the
improvements to having the
This Budget document produced on the
Is A Looker parks and recreation depart-
ment's new printing equip-
When a workshop was held ment.
Aug. 27 to discuss the pro- Ray Reyes


THINGS TO DO

Continued From Page 5

Services will be at 10:45
a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday and 7
p.m. Monday through Sept.
10-12. The theme will be First
Love, from the book of Reve-
lation 2:1-7.
Call (813) 754-3834.

A Homecoming
Celebration of the 99th
homecoming for Sydney
Baptist Church, 1510 Cre
Road, Dover, includes 11 a.m.
worship service led by the
Rev. Mack Luke, former pas-
tor at Sydney.


A covered dish luncheon
follows the morning worship.
Luke will lead a minirevival
starting with the evening
service at 7, continuing at 7
p.m. Monday through Sept.
12.
Jim Hagan, a former music
director at Sydney, will lead
the music at each service.
Call (813) 659-1559

Tuesday


Showing Appreciation
Public safety employees
and military personnel, ac-
tive and inactive, will be
guests at the annual Brother-
hood Appreciation Dinner at
6:30 p.m. in the fellowship


hall of First Baptist Church of
Plant City, 503 N. Palmer St.
The guest speaker is state
Rep. Rich Glorioso of Plant
City.
The dinner menu includes
roast beef, mashed potatoes,
green beans, salad and des-
sert. Tickets are $5.
Call (813) 752-4104.

Keyword: Entertain-
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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.
WOMAN'S CLUB: The theme for
the 10:30 a.m. Tuesday meeting
of the Woman's Club of Plant
City will be Sailing through
September. The speaker will be
a representative of The Spring.
Jennifer Closshey will also in-
form the group about a pro-
posed Plant City monument for
veterans. Members are asked to
bring school supplies for dona-
tion to Wilson Elementary
School during the month. The
club holds its regular meetings
at 10:30 a.m. the second Tues-
day monthly at the Woman's
Club House, 1110 N. Wheeler St.
Board meetings are 9:30 a.m.
the last Monday monthly.


FEDERATED REPUBLICAN
WOMEN'S CLUB: Rob Turner,
Hillsborough County property
appraiser, will be the featured
speaker when the Plant City
Federated Republican Women's
Club meets 6 p.m..Sept. 13 at
the Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Dinner buf-
fet is $15. (813) 754-0424.

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.

UONS 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.

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.
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; or
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib.com;
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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Leader Award went
to a couple.
By KEVIN BRADY
TBO.com
PLANT CITY More than 300
community leaders turned out
Aug. 28 to honor Mayor Rick
Lott and his wife, Di, for their
service to Plant City.
The YMCA Strong Leader
Award Dinner, in its fifth year,
recognizes individuals whose
contributions to Plant City civ-
ic life echo the YMCA's com-
mitment to building the com-
munity. Past recipients in-
clude Plant City notables Mike
Sparkman, Betty Chambers,
Randy Larson and Cindy
Churchill.


TBO.com photos by KEVIN BRADY
Former Mayor John Dicks was master of ceremonies at the awards
ceremony honoring the Lotts. "They are a great team," Dicks said.


Sparkman, a former.mayor,
was on hand for the ceremony
at the Red Rose Ballroom.


"It's a very well-deserved
award," Sparkman said.
It was the first time the


Mayor Rick Lott, left, and his
wife, Di, accept the Strong
Leader Award from George
Bannin& Plant City Family
YMCA chairman of the board.

award went to a couple.
"That makes it special for
us," Rick Lott said. "We are a


couple; a team. Di and I be-
lieve in strong families. The
children are the foundation of
everything we do."
The Lotts have four chil-
dren.
"We are strong supporters of
the YMCA," Di Lott said. "They
are helping build a strong
community and strong fami-
lies and helping make Plant
City what it is today and what
it will continue to be."
The master of ceremonies
for the evening, former Mayor
John Dicks, said he was im-
pressed with Lott when he
worked with him as a commis-
sioner.
"He was always very well
prepared and there was always
his wife, Di, sitting a couple of
rows back taking notes during
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Saturday

FISH FRY: Olin S. Wright Mason-
ic Lodge, 304 Acacia St., will
have a fish fry with all the fix-
ings from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday. Donations of $8 for
adults and $6 for children are
requested. The lodge is between
Baker and Reynolds streets, just
east of Alexander Street.
DANCE PARTY: Donna Garzone
will host one of her. Donna's
Saturday Night Dances from
7-10:30 p.m. Saturday at Star-
dust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St. Mike and Peg John-
son will play dance music, Asian
food will be served and there
will be drawings for prizes.
Admission is $10. (813) 671-
3009.
Planning Ahead

SPAGHETTI DINNER: The Wom-
an's Club of Plant City will hold
a spaghetti dinner, 11 a.m.-2
p.m. Sept. 20 at First Baptist
Church of Plant City, 503 N.
Palmer St. The dinner will sup-
port the club's scholarship fund


and other community projects
and includes spaghetti with
meat sauce, salad, garlic bread,
drink and homemade desserts.
Take outs will be available.
Donation is 56 per meal.
MILITARY FAMILIES: The next
meeting of the Plant City Mil-
itary Family Support Group will
be 7 p.m. Sept. 25 at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. The group is open to all,
especially military families. For -
information, e-mail Lori Snively
at pcmilitarygroup@aol.com.
KEYSTONE CLUB: The Keystone
Club, a part of the West Plant
City Boys & Girls Club, will
sponsor a "World Wide of Play"
event from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 28 at
Snowden Park, across the Boys
& Girls Club at 901 S. Waller St.
The event is designed to pro-
mote healthy habits for children
and their families and includes
relay races, games, kickball,
basketball and other activities.
(813) 707-8490.
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., be-
ginning tumbling; 7-8 p.m.,
beginning ballroom; 7-8 p.m.


children's theater; and 8-9 p.m.,
advanced ballroom.
Tuesday: 3.30-4:15 p.m.,
beginning acrobatics; 4:30-5:30
p.m., intermediate acrobatics;,.
5:30-6:15 p.m., creative move-
ment 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., begin-
ning magic; and 7-8 p.m., line
dancing.
Wednesday 3:30 p.m., acting;
3:30-4:30, cheer dance for 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 bal-
let/jazz combo.
Thursday: 3-4 p.m., beginning
art; 5-5:45 p.m., creative move-
ment 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., etiquette;
and 5-6 p.m., advanced acro-
batics/open gym night.
Saturday: 9-9:45 a.m., artistic
baby for 2- to 3-year-olds; 10-
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venue, including a
livestock expo.
By YVETTE C. HAMMETT
The Tampa Tribune
SYDNEY Soft sand and go-
pher tortoises have added to
delays that will again postpone
the grand opening of the Hills-
borough County Fair at its new
locationoff State Road 60.
The fair had been scheduled
for October.
Organizers promise to move
forward with a livestock expo-
sition and hope to host several
horse shows and antiques
events before next year's fair.
"We wanted to make sure it
was totally ready, and we don't
believe it is," fair Director Tom
Umiker said. "We had a great
board meeting and everyone
was very enthusiastic, but we
just didn't feel comfortable
with it.
"In my mind, I couldn't see
it happening between now
and October," Umiker said.
Fair board member Steve
Davis agreed.
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gether and it's not really as
nice as we know it will be, it's a
lot harder to get people to


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The sandy soil at the sight,
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a threatened species in Florida
- had to be relocated to an-
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trees cut back to accommo-
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said.
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sold for lumber, and drainage
issues still must be addressed
so vehicles don't get stuck in
mud or soft sand, he said.
"The vendors and animal
people are used to it," but it
could cause problems for
guests, he said.
Meanwhile, plans for the
livestock exposition are under
.way. Numerous 4-H and FFA
groups will participate, show-
ing rabbits, poultry, pigs and
cattle. The pigs will be auc-
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LOTTS HONORED

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the [city commission] meet-
ings. They are a great team."
The Lotts have been married
17 years, and their children are
Trent, 13, Ericka, 11, Chase, 9,
and Rex, 6. Rick Lott owns
three car dealerships in the
Tampa Bay area as well as
Xeno Office Solutions and Ma-
trix Medical. He is in his sec-
ond three-year term on the
city commission and his first
year as mayor. Di Lott has
worked on several local char-
ities, including the Rainbow
Ball, a benefit for the Child
Abuse Council. She is also an
active volunteer in local edu-
cation.
"We are delighted to recog-
nize this dynamic couple who
has given so much to the citi-
zens of Plant City," said Jack
Holland, the 2007 planning
committee chairman. "We
wanted to honor both of them
because their strong partner-
ship enables them to have an
even greater impact on our
community by working to-
gether to make a difference."
The event also featured live
and video testimonials from
friends, colleagues and family.
Although the criteria for the
award a commitment to
building strong communities
and families may be short, it
reflects a lifetime of effort, said
Laurie Ellis, chief operating of-


"Everything that was
said tonight about the
Lotts was well de-
served. It's one of the
things that makes Plant
City special, the way
people support the com-
munity."
LAURIE ELLIS
Chief operating officer of the
Tampa YMCA

ficer of the Tampa YMCA.
"Everything that was said
tonight about the Lotts was
well deserved. It's one of the
things that makes Plant City
special, the way people sup-
port the community."
Marion Smith, president of
the Greater Plant City Cham-
ber of Commerce, added her
accolades.
"They are a great couple,"
Smith said. "Rick is a visionary.
He could get an Eskimo to
move to Florida, and the guy
would thank him."
Accepting the award, Lott
said he was more than thank-
ful.
"You can't imagine how our
hearts feel tonight."
"We are extremely -hon-
ored," Di Lott said. "There is
no greater honor than to be
honored by your peers."
Community producer Kevin
Brady can be reached at (813)
545-8731 or kbrady@tbo.com.


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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-Friday and 9 a.m.-1
p.m. Saturday. (813) 717-8575.

COFFEE SHOP SCHEDULE: Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101, 101
E.J. Arden Mays Blvd., offers the
following programs in Septem-
ber: musical guest Larry By
Myself, 7 p.m. Sept. 14; musical
guest Destination Unknown, 7
p.m. Sept. 15; Drum Circle, 7
p.m. Sept. 21; celebration for all
who were born in McGuire's
Hospital, time to be announced,
Sept. 22; jam session, 7 pm.


Sept. 28; musical guest Brent
Walker, 7 p.m. Sept. 29; knitting
group, 6 p.m. Wednesday; and
open mic nights, 7-10 p.m.
Thursday The art of the Rev.
Carlos Rojas is on display at the
coffee shop throughout the
month. (813) 659-0101.

DANCE LESSONS: Veteran
dance instructor Susan Staton-
offers dance lessons at 7 p.m.
Monday through October at
the Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St. Instruction
includes rumba, tango, cha-cha,
swing and waltz. Each session is
$10, reservations are not re-
quired. Students are all ages
and no partner is needed. (813)
752-3141. -

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, Call the theater at Call (813)
hip hop and pom-pom team. 752-1621 or (813) 752-1683.


Wednesday: 3:30-4:30, new
cheer-tumble-lyrical team; 4:30-
6:30 p.m., ballet, tap, hip hop
and 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-
tion team open gym.
Saturday: noon-1 p.m., Tiny
Tots Tumble Berries cheer team;
and 1-2:30 p.m., new competi-
tion team.


BIKE FEST: The motorcycle
. event is from 5-9 p.m. the first
Saturday monthly in and around
Union Station Welcome Center,
102 N. Palmer St. The event
features live music, vendors and
the roar of motorcycles, old and
new. (813) 754-3707

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. Mu-
sic is provided. Food and craft
vendors also are featured.
Downtown specialty shops and
restaurants are open for the

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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

SAVE THE DATE
For our continuing
"Ladies Night Out" series
Breast Cancer, Breast Health
Thursday, October 18
Administration Conference Room
6- 8pr
Cost: Free
Registration required. Please call
(813) 754-4444.


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Has New Hours!
Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday: 8:30am-4:30pm
Thursday: 11 am-6pm
Friday: 8:30am-1pm


Special Note of Thanks
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 Physicals on 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) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.
Where to find us: South Florida Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Alexander St., Plant City, FL 33563


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ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT: A sup-
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people with memory loss meets
at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday
monthly at First Baptist Church
of Plant City,. 503 N. Palmer St.,
Room 140. Call Linda Dunn at
(813) 754-3761.

BLOOD DONOR SERVICES: The
Florida Blood Services donor
center in Strawberry Plaza, 1902
James L. Redman Parkway, is
open from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Mon-
day through Thursday. Call
(727) 568-1166..

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Tuesday at First Southern
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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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N. Collins St., offers free preg-
nancy tests, ultrasounds, in-
formation and confidential sup-
port. The center is open week-
days from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Volun-
teers are needed. (813) 759-
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Several landowners
near McIntosh
Road have applied
for rezoning.
By YVETTE C. HAMMETr
The Tampa Tribune
DOVER The proposed ex-
pansion of a recreational vehi-
cle super center near Interstate
4 will transform an old straw-
berry farm and several rural
homesteads into a storage and
office area for the growing RV
business.
Several landowners have ap-
plied to the county to have
their properties designated as
a Planned Development, al-
lowing expansion of the Long-
view RV Super Center just
north of 1-4 off McIntosh Road.
All the properties are south
of Pemberton Creek, the divid-
ing line between an up-and-
coming commercial corridor
near the interstate and rural
homes farther north.
The Hillsborough County
planning staff asked the land-
owners to pool their rezoning
requests under one Planned


Development umbrella so the
project could be reviewed all at
once instead of piecemeal.
Land planner Linda Pearson
of Diaz Pearson & Associates,
which is representing the land-
owners, said she has heard no
complaints from neighbors.
The 31-plus acres off Gore
Road and east of IMcIntosh
would be transformed into
space for temporary RV stor-
age and sales, and a training
building for salespeople, Pear-
son said.
One home would be built on
the property, where the RV
center owners would live dur-
ing the winter months.
County Planner Susan Mari-
ner said the county Environ-
mental Protection Commis-
sion initially was concerned
that the Planned Development
proposal did not address pro-
tection of wetlands along the
edge of Pemberton Creek. But
a new plan submitted last
week addressed that by leaving
a large buffer of trees on either
side of the creek.
Pearson said she held a
neighborhood meeting to ex-
plain to residents the plans.


"It was all very positive," she
said. "We heard no objections
to the rezoning."
Rural residents came out in
force in 2005 to fight plans for
a feed store just north of where
Baker and Pemberton creeks
merge. They worried about en-
croachment into their rural
neighborhood, saying that
even though areas near the
interstate were quickly turning
commercial, they wanted to
keep such development and
traffic -it would generate at
arm's length.
Although McIntosh is con-
sidered a failed road near the
interstate, meaning it carries
more cars than it can reason-
ably handle, Pearson said the
changes being proposed
would not add so much traffic
that the landowners would
have to make road improve-
ments.
The rezoning request is
scheduled to go before the
county's zoning hearing mas-
ter at 6 p.m. Oct. 1.
Reporter Yvette C. Hammett can
be reached at (813) 657-4532 or
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A farrier-supply
shop caters to the
needs of the many
horses in the area.
BY YVETTE C. HAMMETT
The Tampa Tribune
LITHIA Howell Hunt
doesn't get many browsers in
his tiny shop at the corner of
Lithia-Pinecrest Road and
County Road 39.
Unless they're seeking out a
hoof boot, a curved jaw clinch-
er or maybe a hoof gripper.
Hunt, owner of Equine Cor-
ral Farrier & Barn Supplies,
specializes in tools, horse-
shoes, nails and trimmers far-
riers can use to protect and
repair the delicate hooves of
some 11,000 horses within a
50-mile radius of his shop. .
The farrier business isn't
glamorous, but when horses
are in peril, getting them care
quickly often can save their
lives, he said.
"My business is 80 percent
to the farriers and 20 percent
to the professional barn own-
ers in the area," Hunt said.
A former IBM employee
whose job was eliminated a
few years ago, Hunt said he
was looking for a new profes-


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WHERE: 10427 County Road 39
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Saturday .
WEB SITE: Go to www.equine
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sion, preferably in the horse
business.
"I've been in horses for a
while," he said. "We have sev-
en at our house now, and my
parents had horses." His
daughter, Ashley, is studying
equine science at the Universi-
ty of Missouri, so she nudged
him along in his quest.
"I started looking for where
there was a need," he said.
What he found was that the
closest farrier-supply busi-
nesses to Lithia are in Dade
City and Sarasota.
"There was no local place
for the farriers to get supplies,"
he said.
"This is an equine-friendly
community, and a lot of new
horses are showing up," he
said. Upscale equestrian com-


munities are increasing the
horse population, he added.
His neighbor and employee,
Pam Prysner, ensures that
stock is on hand when one of
the 60 or so farrier customers
comes in with a need.
"When they come in, they
certainly know what they're
looking for," Prysner said.
"There aren't many browsers.
They are usually stocking up,
or if a horse has a particular
need, they're looking for a par-
ticular remedy."
Farriers serve as sort of a
roving doctor's office, typically
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"Most farriers visit their cus-
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but if a horse is foundering or
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In addition to his shop
hours, Hunt gives a cell phone
number on his answering ma-
chine should farriers need to
reach him at any time.
"It's a philosophy I've taken
... a business approach to
make them as productive as
possible," he said. He even
opened shop on New Year's
Day. once for a farrier whose


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early and needed shoes. be reached at (813) 657-4532 or
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REUNIONS

Class of 1942

JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1942 meets for break-
fast the third'Monday monthly
at La Teresita Restaurant, 3246
W. Columbus Drive, Tampa. Call
Louis Matissini at (813) 876-
2828 or Earl "Buddy" Branch at
(813) 884-7951.

Class of 1946

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Class members meet the first
Tuesday monthly at the Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City. Other
classes of the 1940s are wel-
come. Call Edythe Darsey Baker,
(813) 752-8835; Martha Spark-
man Williams, (813) 662-9953;
or Charlotte May Walden, (813)
752-2759.

Class of 1947

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1947 meets on the
second Thursday monthly at
Tony's Airside Restaurant, 3900
.Don Emerson Drive, Lakeland.
Call Betty Boring Shearin at
(813) 752-2495.

HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1947 will
hold its 60-year reunion Oct. 27
at Sam Seltzer's Steakhouse,
4744 N. Dale Mabry Highway,
Tampa. To attend or to update


contact information, call Jean
Owen Miller at (813) 963-3427.
JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1947 will celebrate its
60th reunion Sept. 20 at the
Columbia Restaurant, 2117 E.
Seventh Ave., Tampa. The class-
mates meet the second
Wednesday monthly at Perkins
Restaurant, 12650 N. Dale Ma-
bry Highway, Tampa. Former
teachers, coaches and members
of other classes are invited: For
reservations, call Katherine
Stanley Brown, (813) 783-4189,
or Clifford Boone, (813) 264-
0281.

Class of 1948

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1948 meets for
brunch at 10:45 a.m. the second
Tuesday monthly at BuddyFred-
dy's Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. Call (813)
752-4229.
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL The Class of 1948 will
celebrate its 59th reunion Sept.
15 with a luncheon at the Ger-
man-American Club, 6111 N.
Rome Ave., Tampa. Tickets are
$20 per person. Call Lorraine
Winegeart at (813) 932-8966.

Class of 1949

PLANT CITY- HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1949 meets at
11:30 a.m. the first Wednesday
monthly at the International
House of Pancakes, 805 S. Col-


lins St., Plant City. Call (813)
752-3048.

Class of 1953

JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL The
men of the Class of 1953 meet
periodically for lunch at Latam
Restaurant, 1913 N. Nebraska
Ave., Tampa. Call Julio Giovinco
at (813) 289-0770.
JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL The
women of the Class of 1953
meet for lunch the last Thurs-
day monthly. Call (813) 238-
3770 or (813) 876-4235.
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL The men of the Class
of 1953 meet for lunch at 11:30
a.m. on the third Wednesday of
odd months at Perkins Restau-
rant, 5002 E. Fowler Ave., Tam-
pa. Call (813) 689-6004.
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL The women of the
Class of 1953 meet for lunch on
the second Saturday of odd
months at the Colonnade Res-
taurant, 3401 Bayshore Blvd.,
Tampa. Call (813) 685-9509.

Class of 1955

BREWSTER VOCATIONAL HIGH
SCHOOL: A reunion picnic for
the classes of 1955-60 will be
held from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 14
at Lowry Park, Sligh Avenue and
North Boulevard, Tampa. Lunch
will be served at 1 p.m. at a cost
of $5 per person. Reservations
are required. Call Pat Gonzalez


at (813) 679-4226 for reserva-
tions or information.

BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL: The
men of the Class of 1955 meet
for breakfast at 8 a.m. the first
Wednesday monthly at Village
Inn Restaurant, 825 W. Brandon
Blvd., Brandon. Other class-
mates are welcome. Call Marvin
Lopez, (813) 689-8901.

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1955 meets for
breakfast at 8:30 a.m. the third
Tuesday monthly at Fred's Mar-
ket Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City.

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1955 meets at 8:30
a.m. the fourth Thursday month-
ly for breakfast at Fred's Market
Restaurant, 1401 W. Dr. Martin
L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant City.
Classmates, teachers and staff
members are encouraged to
attend. Call (813) 986-1193.

Class of 1956

PINECREST HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1956 meets for break-
fast at 10 a.m. the fourth
Wednesday monthly at Fred's
Market Restaurant, 1401 Dr.
Martin L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City. Classmates, teachers and
staff members are encouraged
to attend. Call Carol Conrad at
(813) 737-1587.

Class of 1957


LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL The
'Class of 1957 will cFelebiate its
50th reunion Oct. 26 at Cleve-
land Heights Golf Club, 2900
Buckingham Ave., Lakeland, and
Oct. 27 at Lakeland Yacht Club,
929 Lake Hollingsworth Drive,
Lakeland. The reunion will in-
clude a barbecue and a dinner.
Call Emma Martin Miller at (813)
752-7437 or Sondra Sumner
Simon at (863) 682-1979.

TURKEY CREEK HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1957 meets the
first Tuesday of even numbered
months. Call June Lawson Hast-
ing at (813) 752-3085 or e-mail
Pat Varnum at Ikldgranny
of6@aol.com.

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1957 meets for
breakfast the second Tuesday
monthly at BuddyFreddy's Res-
taurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. E-mail Linda Dell at
lindadell@hotmail.com.

Class of 1958

PLANT HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1958 is planning its
50th reunion for April 19. Go to
www.brucemorehead.com/58 or
call Mickey Chiles at (813) 839-
3908.

HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1958 is
planning its 50th reunion for
June 19. The next meeting is
Sept. 13 at the Westin Tampa

See CLASS REUNIONS, Page 28 >


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Softball
LEAGUES: Florida Sports Leagues is
conducting registrations for coed and
men's leagues for Summerfield resi-
dents. Call (813) 574-6486 or e-mail
info@floridasportsleagues.com.
SENIORS: Kids & Kubs is conducting
tryouts for men and women 75 and
older. Call (727) 893-7108.
Miscellaneous
FLAG FOOTBALL, The East Bay Flag
Football League is conducting registra-
tions for four-on-four men's and coed
leagues. Call Stuart Switzer at (813)
516-3217 or visit ebffl.com.


YOUTH SPORTS

Baseball
AGES 4-18: North Tampa PONY Base-
ball will conduct registrations through
Friday and hold tryouts Saturday. Call
(813) 401-2246 or visit pony.org.
AGES 7-17: The University of Tampa
will begin two five-week hitting camps
Sept. 10. Contact Frank Maldonado at
(813) 486-6952 or fmaldona-
do@ut.edu.
AGES 8-13: Rookies Baseball Academy
will conduct tryouts for new AAU
teams Sept. 22 and 29. Two devel-
opmental 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. Gall 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: The Plant City Raiders are
conducting tryouts. Call Kyle Bruner at
(813) 659-9876 or (813) 416-3353.
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
Friday. Call Lazer Collazo at (813)
974-2507.

Basketball
GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay Inferno
will conduct conditioning and training
camps for boys and girls through
December. Call Harold Givens at (813)
991-9933, Mike Bristow at (813)
601-0426 or visit eteamz.active.com/
tbi.
GRADES 11-12* Southeast Basketball
Academy will host a girls showcase
Sept. 22 and a boys showcase Sept.
29. Call (813) 785-6878 or visit south-


GOLF: MacDill Air Force Base will host
a tournament Sept. 7. All proceeds will
benefit the Tampa Fisher House, a
temporary lodging facility for families
of wounded military personnel and
veterans being treated at the James A.
Haley Veterans' Hospital. Contact
Valerie Casey at (813) 299-6136 or
gigikl@peoplepc.com.
GOLF: The Plant City Optimist Club
and.Plant City Recreation & Parks
Department will host a tournament
Sept. 22 at Walden Lake Golf & Coun-
try Club to benefit youth programs.
Visit plantcitygov.com/rec or call Walt
Arnold at (813) 752-1602. -
MULTISPORT: The Tampa Parks and


eastbasketballacademy.com.

Football/Cheerleading
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders are
conducting registrations. Visit tampa-
raiders.com or call Melinda Moore at'
(813) 837-8996.
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 Marga-
ret DeVore at (813) 727-5199, or e-mail
baycitycheer@msn.com.
AGES 6-14: Flag 4 Kids is conducting
registrations through Sept. 10. Visit
flag4kids.net.
GRADES 9-12: The University of South
Florida will begin a college prep cheer-
leading program Sunday. Call (813)
200-3950.

Soccer
AGES 4-18: The Brandon Area Youth
Soccer League will conduct registra-
tions through Saturday. Call (813)
684-5948 or visit brandonsoccer.com.
AGES 9-14: Sports and Field is conduct-
ing registrations for a 5v5 indoor
league. Visit tampa.superfleague.com
or call Mike Connell at (813) 948-
5500.
AGES 12-U: The Valrico Arsenal boys
team will consider new players
through October. Call Matt Pelillo at
(864) 216-1148 or e-mail
S8adidas@yahoo.com or laurieleb@ya-
hoo.com.
DISABLED:. The Outreach Program for
Soccer will conduct free registrations
Sept. 14,15, 22 and 29. Visit brandon-
soccer.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 5-17: The Town 'N Country
Leaguerettes slowpitch organization is
conducting registrations each Satur-
day 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 registrations.
Visit leaguelineup.com/wcaa or call
(813) 994-6633.
AGES 12-U: Team Florida needs play-
ers. Call Drew Johnson at (727) 644-
4911.


Recreation Department is organizing
baseball, kickball and softball leagues.
Call (813) 231-5270.
JUDO: The Florida School of Judo
offers classes throughout Hillsborough
County. Call Meredith Alaynick at (813)
741-1654 or alaynick@verizon.net or
visit floridaschoolofjudo.com.

Send announcements at least
two weeks in advance via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax
(813) 259-8148 or mail to The
Tampa Tribune Sports Dept, 200
S. Parker St., Tampa FL 33606.


AGES 14-U: The Lady Bombers will
conduct tryouts today. Call Matt
Brown at (727) 639-2068.
AGES 14-U: The Tampa Mustang; need
player.. Call Joe Bell at (813) 787-9401'
or Mann Sanrtos at (813) 244-1945.
AGES 14-U: The USA Pairiots need two
players. Contact Mike Galinski at (727)
556-3200 or mgalirskiaamericaii.com
or viit usa.4-.com.

Tennis

AGES 5-18: A USNTA certified profes-
.ional is offering free first private
'leson. through September. Call (813)
486-8909 or e-mail coachvalen-
cia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free lessons for players ofi
all ages are available each Friday in
Erandon and Tampa Call Lauren Bopp -
at (813) 598-8809.

Miscellaneous

JUDO: The Florida School of Judo
offers classes for ages 5 and older
throughout Hillsborough County. Call
Meredith Alaynick at (813) 741-1654 or
alaynick@verizon.net or visit flori-
daschoolofjudo.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 programs. Call
(813) 926-0575 or visit movengroo-
vecity.com.
AGES 4-18: Stars Athletics is conduct-
ing registrations for cheerleading and
gymnastics camps. Visit starsathletic-
s.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 plantcitygov.com/rec.

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
S. Parker St., Tampa FL 33606.


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
Justin Barile began each of
his three league games at
Brandon Crossroads Bowl
the same way. a strike, fol-
lowed by a spare, which real-
ly didn't serve as a prelude to
his first 800 series.
Shooting 800 series is
nothing new to Joe Brannon
- he has bowled five but it
has been a little more than a
year since he last twirled in 12
"perfect" tosses. That inter-
lude ended last week, also at
BCB.
Robert Davis achieved his
first 300 again at BCB -
the hard way, waiting until
the final game when the oil
pattern is rapidly changing,
approach movement a ne-
cessity and ball speed greatly
altered.
And Mark Brawner had to
wait 20 years for his first
perfect game.
Barile, Brannon and
Brawner fired their leading
scores in the BCB Men's
League, while Davis rolled his
in the Family Feud League.
And in the BCB Wednesday
Wackos League, Steve Hone
fell one pin short of perfec-
tion.
Barile's 818 series was
posted on games of 269, 280
and 269, in which "both 269
games were twins,". Barile
said. "I started with a strike,
left a 10-pin, spared, then
struck all the way through the
first ball in the 10th when
another 10 pin arose."
Barile started his second
game with strike-spare, but
then was perfect throughout
for the 280.
Barile, 23, has been bowl-
ing since age 5. His highest
series prior to the 818 was
771.
Brannon, 36, pulled his
opening shot, the ball hitting
the 1-2 pocket and exploding
the pins. The next 11 deliver-


LOCAL
BOWLING

ies, however, were right in
the 1-3 pocket, concluding
his sixth lifetime 300. He fin-
ished with a 772 series.
Davis, 21, opened with
games of 192 and 194.
"I was throwing a good ball
in the first two games," Davis
said, "but they just wouldn't
fall. In the third game, things
began happening." -
The only doubtful moment
came when his second deliv-
ery in the 10th frame went
Brooklyn.
It was his first 300 in 13
years, mostly at BCB.
Brawner credited relax-
ation for finally climbing that
300 hill.
"That was the most relaxed
I have ever been," said
Brawner, 41, whose previous
high game was 296, also at
BCB. The perfect game was
sandwiched around games of
191 and 181.

AMF UNIVERSITY LANES: An-
drew Adler and Billy Kelly led
the men, while Mona Bossick
and Casie Soderstrom paced
the women last week.
Adler bowled 249-711,
while Kelly had 277-653. Oth-
er men's scores were Brian
More 255-688, John Dicker-
man 246-668, Wayne Mix-
dorff 199-591, Mike McLaugh-
lin 232, Steven Kirk 257-585,
Simon Lord 245-564, Doug
Waters 223-560 and Derek
Linderman 222-550.
Bossick went 214-630,
while Soderstrom rolled 220-
600. Other good scores were
Sharon Bossick 207-538, Beth-
any Dykema 190-509, Cindy
Clark 202-498, Jean Frye 490,
Natalie Groves 489 and Ste-
phanie Talley 178-479.

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putts' and going on about it.
She tells me 'Meg, I'll let you
get back to coaching.' That's
kind of how it's been lately,"
Cimino said.
Such is life when a grand
opening is a few weeks away-
and the team she loves coach-
ing barely missed out on a
victory because of poor put-
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top teams, Bloomingdale. Ci-
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Clearly, juggling those du-
ties is something Cimino will
be getting used to.
Nia Bella's, on Reynolds
Street just west of Palmer
Street, had its "soft opening"
last week and will have the
grand opening Sept. 20. Ramo
and Cimino had several pro-
spective business ventures
that did not come to fruition
before the chance to open a
boutique presented itself.
Cimino describes Nia Bella's
as an up-scale women's bou-
tique. "You don't have to be a
model to come in here. ... We
want girls to think of Plant City
first as opposed to heading out
of town to shop. And we're
trying to help revitalize down-
town," she said.
Ramo is heavily involved in
the community, and as a
member of the Junior Wom-
an's Club helped formulate the
Juniorettes at Plant City High
last year.
"She is definitely the fashion
half of the partnership. I'll be
the one in the office," Cimino


on Lake Region High and
George Jenkins High in the
2003 and 2004 seasons.
From the 2006 slate Lake
Gibson was dropped along
with Tampa Bay Tech, and in
their places step Blake and
Freedom High.
Blake is coming off a 3-7
campaign. The Yellow Jackets
have not had a winning record
in seven years and have been
in the same district as power-
houses Plant High and Jef-
ferson High.
Also at home this week is
Durant High, facing the wish-
bone option attack of East Bay
High. Cougar head coach Mike
Gottman was the longtime de-
fensive coordinator at East
Bay.
Both games kick off at 7:30
p.m. Friday.

Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
trib.com.


said. "It's named Nia Bella's
because I don't really feel the
need to be in the spotlight, and
Nia Meg's just doesn't have the
same flow to it."
The support system for the
boutique extends from the Ju-
niorettes. Cimino said some
will serve as models at special
events to the golf team.
Raider Captain Dakota Baty,
for example, has helped.
Baty was the Raiders' sec-
ond-leading scorer Aug. 28 in
the 197-201 loss to Blooming-
dale. Jordan Joiner led Plant
City with a 44.
"We lost by four and should
have won by 10," Cimino said.
"It's one of those where there's
a bit of a negative undertone
because we lost, but at the
same time I'm very excited
about the team."
Scoti McElveen, who shot a
52, and Crystal Bennett, a 55,
rounded out the Raider score.
Plant City's next match is
Thursday at Armwood High.
The Raiders host Lennard
High at Walden Lake on Mon-
day.

Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at
dsharp@tampatrib.com.


CLASS REUNIONS


Continued From Page 25

Harbour Island Hotel, 725 S.
Harbour Island Blvd., Tampa.
Classmates meet for break-
fast the second Saturday
monthly at Perkins Restau-
rant, 408 E. Bearss Ave.,
Tampa. Contact Sandra Rat-
liff Williams at
hhsl958@aol.com or Jim
Boggs at (813) 985-3601.
PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1958 meets for
breakfast the fourth Tuesday
monthly at Fred's Market
Restaurant, 1401 Dr. Martin
L. King Jr. Blvd., Plant City.
Call (813) 659-0421.
TURKEY CREEK HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1958
is planning its 50th reunion
for 2008. To update contact
information or to help plan
the reunion, call Joyce Pe-
dersen at (813) 752-7989.

Class of 1959

TURKEY CREEK HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1959
meets for dinner at 6:30 p.m.
the second Thursday monthly
at BuddyFreddy's Restaurant,
1101 Goldfinch Drive, Plant
City. Call Ronald Sewell at
(813) 689-4414.

Class of 1960

PLANT CITY HIGH SCHOOL
The Class of 1960 meets for
breakfast at 9 a.m. the sec-
ond Friday monthly at Buddy-
Freddy's Restaurant, 1101
Goldfinch Drive, Plant City.
For reservations, contact
Warren Wilson, (813) 685-
9401, or Lynda Fuller at (813)
986-4844 or fullynda99
@aol.com.
PLANT HIGH SCHOOL The
Class of 1960 will hold a
65th birthday picnic Oct. 20
at the home of Ellen Graham
Young and her husband,
Alligator Bob. For directions,
contact Karen Kilby Whitney
at kewhitneyl@verizon.net or
(813) 837-1385, or Tish Gabel
Thornberry at tampashort
@earthlink.net or (813) 251-
2957.

Class of 1961

TURKEY CREEK HIGH
SCHOOL The Class of 1961
holds dinner meetings at
6:30 p.m. the first Thursday
monthly at BuddyFreddy's
Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch
Drive, Plant City. The meet-
See CLASS REUNIONS, Page 30 I>






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Williams And Taylor
Plan To Wed
PLANT CITY Lisa Williams
and Joey Taylor of Plant City
are engaged to be married
Nov. 3 at Eastside Baptist
Church.
The bride-to-be is the
daughter of Connie and Timo-
thy Williams of Plant City. She
is a Plant City High School
graduate and works for Wags
to Whiskers.
The prospective groom is
the son of Sherri Taylor and
Robert and Kim Taylor, all of
Plant City. He is a Plant City
High School graduate and
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AREA EVENTS


Continued From Page 20

event. (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.
SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has various programs. (813)
752-0491 or visit www.florida
danceweb.com/strawberry.
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


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at Eastside Baptist Church.



workers, mentors and case
management assistants are
needed. (813) 757-9171.

FREE ESL CLASSES: The Church
of Scientology offers free Eng-
lish as a Second Language clas-
ses at 7 p.m. Thursday at Plant
City Life Improvement Center,
102 N. Collins St. (813) 752-
0148.

CRISIS CENTER: The Crisis Cen-
ter of Tampa Bay seeks volun-
teers to provide crisis counsel-
ing on its 24-hour crisis hot line.
Day, evening and weekend
shifts are available. No experi-
ence is necessary. Training will
be provided. (813) 969-4991 or
Swww.crisiscenter.com.

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 own cars and are
needed to work from 10
a.m.-12:30 p.m. (813) 754-9932.
Send items to Community Calendar,
The Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
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ings are informal, and all class-
mates are invited. Teachers and
staff members also are wel-
come. Call Elaine Rodgers at
(813) 752-0118.
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1961
meets monthly for a dinner
social. The gatherings are usu-
ally the.second Thursday
monthly. Call Doug Atwood at
(813) 685-2458.

Class of 1962

ACADEMY OF THE HOLY
NAMES: The Class of 1962 is
planning its 45th reunion for
Sept. 29-30 at the Don CeSar
Beach Resort, 3400 Gulf Blvd.,
St. Pete Beach. Guests may
start arriving at 1 p.m. Sept. 29.
For information, contact Mary
Frances Menas Smith at
promosmf@tampabay.rr.com or
call Sandra Greco Diaz at (813)
831-8422.

Class of 1965

JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL: The
men of the Class of 1965 meet
at 1 p.m. the second Saturday
monthly at Rick's on the River,
2305 N. Willow Ave., Tampa.
Call Danny Acosta at (813) 920-
0522 or Edgar Torres at (813)
269-4064.

Class of 1966

MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1966 meets for break-
fast at 8:30 a.m. the first Satur-
day monthly at BuddyFreddy's
Restaurant, 1101 Goldfinch Drive,
Plant City. Call Blanche Hall at
(813) 707-9007.


Class of 1977

EAST BAY HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1977 will celebrate its


30-year reunion Sept. 28-29 at
the Resort and Club at Little
Harbor, 611 Destiny Drive, Rus-
kin, and Alafia State Park, 14326
S. County Road 39, Lithia. The
Classes of 1975 to 1978 are
invited. Contact Bob Johns at
coconutbay@hotmail.com or
Eileen LaBorde at
ebhs2007@coach.net or (813)
662-0322.

Class of 1982

TAMPA BAY TECHNICAL HIGH
SCHOOL The Class of 1982 is
planning its 25-year reunion for
Nov. 15. The event will be held
on a cruise to Cozumel, Mexico,
leaving from Tampa. Call Urania
Tolson at (813) 376-1486 or
e-mail tbtclassof82@yahoo
.com.
HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL: The Class of 1982 will
take a cruise on the Starship
Yacht on Sept. 29. A meet-and-
greet will start at 6 p.m., with
boarding at 8:30 p.m. The cruise
returns at 11:30 p.m. Go to
www.yachtstarship.com for
prices and information. The
classes of 1980-84 are invited.
Contact Ronnie Majure Chis-
holm at (813) 918-1251 or ronnie
@portapitbbq.com.

Class of 1987

LAKELAND HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1987 is planning its 20th
reunion for Oct. 5-7 in Lakeland.
Go to www.lhs87reunion.my
event.com.

Class of 1997

BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL: The
Class of 1997 is planning its
10th reunion for the weekend of
Oct. 5. To update contact in-
formation, e-mail BrandonHS
co97@gmail.com.

Many Classes Invited

CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL
The charter Classes of 1958-60
are planning a combined reunion
for summer 2008. To update
contact information, call Wesley


Partridge at (813) 949-1678 or
e-mail Betty Sue Brown at
uflbbrown@yahoo.com or
Sandy Saunders at
sandy97@tampabay.rr.com.

Other Reunions

HILLSBOROUGH HIGH
SCHOOL The alumni associa-
tion is seeking classmates for
membership. Call Darlene at
(813) 928-3232 or go to
www.hillsborough.alumz.com.
OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP
ACADEMY: The Class of 1952
will celebrate its 55th reunion
Oct. 27 at Tio Pepe Restaurante,
2930 Gulf to Bay Blvd., Clearwa-
ter. Call Amada R. Sanchez at
(813) 877-2727, (813) 774-0424
or e-mail acrs2754@gmail.com.
BOCA CIEGA HIGH SCHOOL:
The Class of 1967 will celebrate
its 40th reunion Oct. 12-13 at
the Thunderbird Beach Resort,
10700 Gulf Blvd., Treasure Is-
land, and the Treasure Island
Tennis and Yacht Club, 400
Treasure Island Causeway. The
reunion will include a social,
dinner, dancing and entertain-
ment. The cost is $60. To re-
serve a room, call 1-800-367-
2473 or go to www.thunderbird
florida.com. To register before
Monday, e-mail Linda S. Tindall
at Itindall@tampabay.rr.com.
BRANDON HIGH SCHOOL: The
Mostly Originals group meets
the third Tuesday of even-num-
bered months. Call Helen,M.
Young, (813) 685-7119.
FLORIDA A&M UNIVERSITY:
The Florida A&M University
National Alumni Association's
Plant City chapter meets at 6:30
p.m. the fourth Monday monthly
at Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church, 911 E. Warren
St., Plant City. Graduates and
supporters are welcome. Call
Maurice Pickett at (813) 672-
3910.
Send school r-union notices to Jere-
miah Hetherington, The Tampa Tri-
bune, 200 S. Parker St, Tampa FL
33606-2308, or fax to (813) 259-7676
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By JO-ANN JOHNSTON
The Tampa Thibune
DADE CITY A brief trolley
ride from downtown can
transport visitors to a world,
populated by wild animals as
alien as African lions and as
local as the Florida panther.
They're all inhabitants of
Steams Zoological Rescue &
Rehabilitation Center, a pri-
vate, nonprofit center that
cares for birds and beasts that
have been injured or relin-
quished by human guardians.
A few people in Dade City
and in animal-rescue circles
have known for the past few
years about Steams Zoo, oper-
ated by Kathy Steams and her
family, who own a local peat
company and garden center.
Steams, in addition to being
a businesswoman, is a wildlife
rehabilitator who got the per-
mits needed to open a center
for animals that couldn't be
returned to the wild.
Three or four years ago,
Steams started thinking about
opening the center to the pub-
lic for educational tours. Tick-
ets could help support the up-


The setting allows visitors to get closer views of the animals than
might be possible at bigger zoos, Stearns said.


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keep for/the animals and bring
wider attention to conserva-
tion causes.
But the Steamses wanted to
perfect the setting a botan-
ical garden. They also wanted
to make sure they had enough
animals at the 22-acre site to
hold the interest of tour
groups.
The time is right, Steams


said as she introduced Dade
City's Wild Things tour to me-
dia and local officials recently.
"We have over 150 animals."
The tour begins at a shop
downtown at 13951 Seventh
Ave., where the operation sells
tour tickets and stuffed ani-
mals, books, toys and other
animal-themed gifts. Visitors
park at the shop and ride a
refurbished, old-fashioned
trolley to the zoo on Blanton
Road.
Steams bought the trolley-
which is separate and distinct
from another downtown trol-
ley tour run by Citrus Country
Groves because she wanted


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Kathy Stearns is opening the Stearns Zoological Rescue & Rehabil-
itation Center in Dade City to visitors this week.


to consolidate the traffic to the
zoo.
She favored a trolley over a
small bus, she said, because
"we wanted something histor-
ic that would fit with the flavor
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wading pools and houses, de-
pending on the species. The
Steamses have installed safety
barriers made of PVC pipe
around the cages, a regulatory
requirement.
Even with the barriers, the
setting allows visitors closer
views of the animals than
might be possible at the bigger
zoos in Tampa, Steams said.
"Even at Busch Gardens and
Lowry Park Zoo, you don't get
this close."
The tigers display pleasant
and sometimes not so endear-
ing qualities. The Bengalis
sometimes make soft, pleasant
noises, she said.
"That's what we call chuck-
ling they do not purr. It's a
happy greeting."
She has stories about each
animal, it seems. For instance:
Male lions can be heard
from 5 miles away.
A black duck that lives on
the premises narrowly escaped
death when a hawk that had
grabbed it for a meal dropped
the web-footed bird.
The baby otter in resi-
dence likes to play hide-and-
seek by popping its head in
and out of a rubber tunnel,
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Kathy Stearns' facility houses birds and beasts that have been injured or relinquished. Visitors take a trolley ride from downtown Dade
City and enjoy a scenic walk during a guided tour of the zoo. The excursion lasts about three hours.


ber ducky in its wading pool.
And so on.
Steams has organized the
tours so visitors will spend 2
hours on the grounds walking
at a relaxed pace and hearing
about each animal. With the
trolley trip back and forth into
town, the excursion lasts three
hours, she said.
Steams said she hopes fami-
lies as well as schools will take
the tours. Ticket prices are $23
for an adult, $20 for senior
citizens and $13 for ages 2
through 12. Ticket prices are


tax-deductible.
Phyllis Smith, executive di-
rector of the Greater Dade City
Chamber of Commerce, said
the new attraction could be
beneficial to the local tourist
trade.
"The more things we have
for people to do, the better it
is," she said- "And we have a
variety of things for people to
do."

Reporter Jo-Ann Johnston can be
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ACROSS
1 Sound of peke
unease?
6 Fix, as onions
11 Hope et al.
15 Raised, in a way -
19 Unsettling
20 iPod items
21 High point
22 National Bowling
Stadium city
23 French school that
makes students sit
for hours?
25 Vegas gas
26 "Not only that ..."
27 Pizzeria owner in
Do the Right Thing
28 Adviser
29 With 39 Across,
mythical sailors
who are always
by your side?
32 Soc. kin
34 Tiny troublemakers
37 Puzzle fan Stewart
38 Of the ribs
39 See 29 Across
42 Face the pitcher
43 Resentment
reaction
44 Singer Bobby
45 Mideast port
46 Fighters' org.
48 Places for pews
50 ActorAssante
53 Company whose
rum cake is 80%
rum and 20%
cake?
56 Water's edge
57 Poker verb
59 Right-angled joint
60 Major mo. for
campaigners


61 To be thinner, 111 Some handouts
stronger, smarter, 113 "Holy cow!"
and richer? 114 Word in many
66 Baseball's Mel Bugs Bunny titles
69 Murray of music 115 He sang about
70 Floor cleaner, Alice
briefly 116 See 108 Across
71 That girl 120 Alaska's first
72 Gershwin's governor,
Concerto __ William
73 "I __ all over" 121 It's all downhill
74 Cheers guy from here
75 Director's shout 122 "Built to
on the set of a lifetime"
zombie movie? 123 Deli pancake
79 Animation frame 124 Don Diego __
80 Letters of credit Vega (Zorro)
81 A sign of sugar 125 90 degrees from
82 Worthiness norte
83 Literary character 126 Dutch master Jan
who's undergone 127 Old surgery aid
a lot of "whale
obsession" DOWN
therapy? 1 Suggests
88 Cheech and 2 Go over again
Chong's screen 3 "Do it !"
personae 4 The Badger St.
89 Charged 5 Actor Carroll
90 Bio datum 6 Dorm room staple
91 Acronymic band 7 Certain hair colors
93 Away from home 8 Burma's first P.M.
94 Reliever's stat 9 Easy multiplier
95 New Haven's 10 71 Across, in
arboreous nick- Italian
name, "__ City" 11 Hand-picked item?
97 Beatles tune about 12 Hurricane
a property seller? birthplace
102 Rose extracts 13 College QB, e.g.
104, Key next to Fl 14 Nero's tutor
106 Paul's hustler 15 Impolite imps
107 Mr. Dithers' wife 16 Sibling, e.g.
108 With 116 Across, 17 Lures successfully
where radio and 18 Draws in margins
TV commentators 24 Like some terrain
worship? 30 Turntable pros


31 Mean
33 Pamplona's prov-
ince
35 Bea's role et al.
36 Judge Judy hopeful
40 Not allow Time to
run out
41 Shih
42 Legally stop
46 How TV Guide
publishes: abbr.
47 Pork
49 Tunnel dweller
50 Comparable to a
pig
51 French wine valley
52 Burial bulge
54 Mythical lion's
home
55 Boss who vanished
57 Hitch
58 Art done with acid
62 Spain's St. Teresa
of
63 Point of the debate
64 Storm-tracking org.
65 Memo starter
66 Earth colour
67 "That's
problem"
68 Camp sights
73 Free of 34 Across
75 What you never
hear when reading
indictments?
76 Ripped
77 Jam-packed
78 Love, in Lyon
79 Tax prep pro
83 Hannibal's home
84 Certain music note
85 First words of
"Wichita
Lineman"
86 Lyricist David


87 Rose's beau
88 Slangy money
89 Contacted
92 Livelier than lento
96 A hockey stick
has one
97 "Oh my," to Ohm
98 Mighty Mouse
foe, __ Harry
99 Accompany
100 Shields on a
screen
101 Boring event


103 Rock venue
104 Part of a C minor
105 Keep going, as a
fire
109 Raw materials
110 Fear Factor fish
112 Garage event
117 Larry's dad
on Curb Your
Enthusiasm
118 Copyright
concern
119 Make lace


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ACCESSORIES
MOVING SALE!
FURNITURE STORE
CLOSING!
ALL inventory & Floor
Models must go!
Don't miss this one
time opportunity!
SALE ENDS SEPT 30TH!
EliteFurniturelnc.com
4415 N. Clark Ave. Tpa
813-871-1477
Mon-Sat 10a-6p.
AS SEEN ON TV-
Brand New Qn Sz Visco-
Elastic Memory Foam
Mattress Set byNordic
Rest $400 813-832-5555

BED- 0 $150
Qn pillow top mattress
set w/warr. New in
plastic! 813-657-8449
BED 0 ACHES 1 A+ mat-
tress with quilted top.
new $115. Also barely
used $95 free delivery.
727-418-7579
BED -0 Aches
1 ueen set pillow top
$295. One king set pil-
low top, $345. Never
used. Sill in plastic.
Can delvr. 813-924-1326

BED $165
Full Qu. Orthopedic
Pillow Top KING $265.
New In Plastic w/7 Yr
Waranty. Can Deliver
813-264-7000

BED $395
KING Extra thick Pillow
Top Mattress Set. New
in Plastic, On $295
813-264-7000 Can Delvr.


Furniture ]

BEDDING-


Full Mattress/Box
(in plastic) ............$100.00
Queen Mattress/Box
in plastic) ...... $120.00
Sofa & Loveseat Reg
$795......,... .sell $495.00
B & B OUTLET,
115 So. Evers St PLANT

All Wood, 8 Piece Sleigh,
Cherry Dovetail
Construction Dresser,
Mirror, Chest,
Nightstand. New In Box.
Cost $4815 Sell $1550.
Can Deliver. 813-225-2692
Bedroom Suite 5pc.
STILL IN CRATE.!
Velvet CHERRY Finish
$300.
813-832-5555
BUNK BED Captains
Beds, $169. New All
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*DAY BED $325*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used, can
deliver. 813-924-1326
DINING Room table w/ 6
chairs, 2 leaves. White-
washed, ash. Asking
$700 OBO 813-994-
9588/813-785-0072
FUTON
Full Size 9 Layer
Mattress New in Box
Cost: $525 Sell: $325
813-924-1326


Livin Room Gro 2pc.
-BRAND NEW-
NEVER USED
Sofa & Love $300.
813-832-5555
LIVING ROOM GROUP,
Entire, Never Used -
Sofa/Love/Tables/
Lamps $400
813-832-5555

Mattress 4 Less
Name Brands 40% to
70% off Queen $295,
Kind $395.813-264-7000
MATTRESS & BR Furn
Whse 50%-80% off re-
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$150. Many styles arnd
sizes. New BR sets from
$345. No store, no over
head means savings to
you. (727)744-0581

MATTRESS SET
King Size Pillow Top -
New, still in box. $200..
813-832-5555
MATTRESS Set Latex
(King) Natures Rest
brand. Perfect, from
guest room. Paid $2500
at home show, sell for
$500.00 (813)431-2592
MATTRESS SET,
never used! Full Size
$100. .
813-832-5555
Mattress Set Pillowtop
(Queen Size) -
Still New in Box.
Only $150.00
813-832-5555
Sell it today.
813-259-7500


MATTRESS SETS-
Never used, 2 Twin
$200 for ALL 4pc.'s .
813-832-5555
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Seen On TV) High Den-
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SOFA
New Modern -
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813-832-5555
3 ROOMS OF FURNITURE
BRAND NEW! Sofa,
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6 pc. Bedroom w/Queen
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Dining Set $750. For
All!!! 813-832-5555

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EXCAVATOR on wheels,
plus 2 Dump Trucks, all
run need work, Only
$6800 Take All
813-205-9997
FORKLIFTS Ringpower
L/T has "As Isto fully
second. Stop and see
why we give the best
value in reconditioned
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Huge inventory. 1401 US
Hwy. 301 No, Tampa.
Larry 813-620-1337a
Forfift Tampa Forklift
since 1974. Parts Svc.
Rentals, New, Used
Sales & Racking. 3221 N.
40th St. 813-623-5251
STRIPING EQUIPMENT:
Motorized pavement
striper machine, assort-
ed stencils, blower, ex-
tra parts. $1500 obo.
813 235-3268

( Medical Equipment )
SCOOTER/CHAIR: jazzy 4
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mos., 6 mos. warr.
$1100. Lift also availa-
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((Merchandise for Rent)

CONSIGNMENT
Space rental to sell au-
to, farm equip, cycles etc
for % of sale. 754-5767
An apartment full of
possibilities needs
furniture full of
character. Classified
is the key!


miscellaneous For Sale)
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new, Mobile Hm, House,
Commer, Top Brands -Up
to 10yr Wrnty. All sizes,
whisale or less!Free 24/7
Delivery 813-643-9277
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686-9005
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For manufacture
Brooksville Call Pam
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*DAY BED $325*
Complete with 2 twin
matts & pop-up trundle.
New, never used, can
deliver. 813-924-1326
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DISHNETWORK/
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813-681-6181

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Buildings 813-713-2333
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