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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: September 19, 2007
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2007


UNI OF FLA UBRARY
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GAINESVILLE FL


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CITY, DOVER, TUPIR IY CREEKAND SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES


Dresses


Up For


Opening


A selection of distinctive jewelry
is on display.
A new boutique
brings fun and
funky fashions to
downtown. The
grand opening of
Nia Bella's is set for
Thursday.
STORY, PAGE 12


irinune photos Dy utiAi riUflT
Nia Ramo, co-owner of Nia Bella's, went searching for obscure vendors and one-of-a-
kind creations to stock the new shop on East Reynolds Street in Plant City.


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HCC Looks
For Room
Hillsborough
Corn munity College's
Plant City campus
eyes 40 acres used for
city ball fields for an
expansion.
Page 10

New Bridge Coming
Next year, motorists
should be driving over
a new County Road 39
bridge crossing the
Alafia River. See Plant
City Update.
Page 22

Music And Bears
Gospel music
highlights a Sept. 22
fund raiser for the
charity Unity in the
Community
Page 16






Grandma's
A Handiwork
A Seffner grandmother
creates a child rent's
book illustrated by her
granddaughters.
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PLANT CITY Home is
where the heart is, and every
room in the Jennus house
reflects the love Carol and
Darryl Jennus have for the
ocean. When they moved here
from New Jersey four years
ago to be near his mom, who
was in her 90s and has since
died, Carol Jennus left her
hairdressing career and began
creating themed rooms that
reflect their passion for the
sea and its creatures.
Darryl Jennus, a retired
marine biologist, is very much
at home with his wife's de-
signs. Among the themed
rooms are the guest bathroom
with a penguin theme and the
foyer with a collage of sea-
shells and water fountain.
Although Carol Jennus picks
some things up at markets
and antique shops, most she
makes out of found materials,
like a puffer fish made from a
pillow.
Longtime Residents
Moving To Gainesville
PLANT CITY Best wishes to
Sarah and Wallace Prophet,
longtime residents, who are


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist


moving to Gainesville this
month.
Wallace Prophet wrote a
book, "Our Life in Back
Square," about living in the
Coronet area, and taught at
the University of Florida. He is
on the University Advisory
Committee in the Psychology
Department. He came here
when he was 2 years old his
mother took a job at Coronet
as a secretary.
Sarah Prophet was 8 when
she moved here. The couple
recently celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary.
Their sons, Dale and Chuck,
and families live in Dothan,
Ala. When asked why they are
moving to Gainesville where
they have no family, Sarah


Prophet was quick to say,
"Basketball, football."
They recently celebrated
their 50th wedding anniversa-
ry. and everyone in the family
is a Gator fan. They have been
getting together for years in
Gainesville for games.
The First United Methodist
Church of Plant City Care
Group honored them with a
luncheon at the home of John
and Sally Verner on Sept. 6.
Sally Verner, who directs
the church's care giving pro-
gram, said the Prophets have,
volunteered countless hours
visiung shut-ins and nursing
homes. Jim Pollard of the Or-
ange Blossom Tea Room ca-
tered the meal and the Proph-
ets were presented a book on
the life of Christ.
Recreation Department
Has A Lot To Offer
PLANT CITY I'm learning
what a fantastic Recreation
and Parks Department and
Boys & Girls Club we have.
While watching my grandson
at his first T-ball game, I real-
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 >1


Photos by BETY BRIGGS
The home of Carol and Darryl Jennus reflects their love of the
ocean. Carol Jennus created many of the decorations in the home.


Sarah and Wallace
Prophet, who have
lived in the area
since they were
children, are mov-
ing to Gainesville,
where he serves
on a UF advisory
committee.


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ized that the heroes are not
the players, the families cheer-
ing on the sideline, but the
men and women who volun-
teer as coaches. They are right
there giving the little guys and
gals instruction, thumbs-ups
and "high 5s" at every turn.
The department offers
many fall programs, including
after-school play and learning,
Kids Cafe Feeding Program,
Mommy and Me Playtime and
Teen Night. There are also
sponsorship opportunities
available. Call Chris Washburn,
Planteen Recreation Center
manager, at (813) 659-4200
Ext. 4340 or check out the
programs at www.plantcitygov
.com/rec.
Local Couple's Daughter
Enters Grad School
PLANT CITY Katie Bowden,
daughter of Bud and Pam
Bowden, recently graduated
from the University of Nebras-
ka. She has entered the Uni-
versity of Florida for graduate
studies in sports manage-
ment.
Her grandparents are Ruby
Jean Redman and Hillman and
Barbara Bowden.


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Golfers Can Play
Good Actor Roles
PLANT CITY How about
helping out with a little dra-
ma? The Durant High School
drama students are inviting
golfers to play in the 2nd an-
nual "Drolf" Golf Tournament
on Sept. 30 at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club. The
entry fee is $65 per player and
includes 18 holes, a cart, con-
tests, meal, prizes and enter-
tainment.
Tia Coleman, a member of
the winning team at last year's
tournament, encourages sup-
port for the hard-working
drama .department. All pro-
ceeds will help fund four plays
presented by Durant's Thespi-
an Boosters and the Student
Thespian Club and help send
the outstanding thespians to
state competition.
Last year, one of the Durant
students earned a $1,000 col-
lege scholarship and the team
received the highest of re-
views.
Call Ed Mason, the drama
teacher, at (813) 757-9075, Ext.
280, to register, or pick up a
brochure at Walden Lake Golf
and Country Club, 2001 Club-
house Drive.


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THI INGS TODO


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


Eat For A Good Cause
A spaghetti dinner will be
served up from 11 a.m. to 2
p.m. to benefit the Plant City
Woman's Club's scholarship
fund and other community
projects.
The meal will be at First
Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St., and in-
cludes spaghetti with meat
sauce, salad, garlic bread,
drink and homemade des-
serts. Takeouts will be avail-
able. A donation of $6 per
meal is appreciated.

History On Display
Do you enjoy old photos? If
so, the Plant City Photo Ar-
chives, 119 N. Collins St., is the
place to visit. It includes a
museum of historic photo-
graphs and an exhibit gallery
with various collections on
display.
The gallery is open to the
public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday, Fridays and Satur-
days. There's no admission
charge.
Call (813) 754-1578.

Friday


Dinner And A Mystery
A mystery dinner theater,
"A Chilling Night at Drafty
Castle," sponsored by the
Friends of the Bruton Memo-
rial Library, will be presented
by the Bruton Memorial Play-
ers today and Saturday at the
Trinkle center on Hillsbor-
ough Community College's
Plant City campus, 1206 N.
Park Road.
Doors open at 6 p.m., and
diminer will be served at 6:30,

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


The Begonia Society of Tampa Bay
will take field trip Saturday to a
private garden in Plant City.


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A gospel music concert that also features a teddy bear decorating
contest to benefit Unity In the Community on Saturday.


followed by the performance.
Cost is $35 per person.
Call Hal Brewer at (813)
752-4949 or Pat Eifler at (813)
267-0593.

Make Some Noise
The Drum Circle meets at 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd., Plant City.
Call (813) 659-0101.

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

Oldies Still Goodies
The Red Rose Ballroom will
rock Friday with the sounds of
the '50s and '60s.
The show at the Red Rose
Inn and Suites, 2011 N. Wheel-


er St., includes
Joey Dee, best
known for such
hits as "Pepper-
mint Twist," and
two groups that
include perform-
Dee ers from early
rock, Johnny
Maestro & The Brooklyn
Bridge and The Legends of
Doo Wop. Doors open at 6
p.m., dinner is at 6:30 and the
show starts at 8.
Tickets for the Rock & Roll
Show Extravaganza are $79.50
per person or $159 per couple.
Call (813) 752-3141; or go to
www.redroseinnandsuites
.com.

Saturday


Yard Sale And More
A community yard sale is
from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at
Church on the Rock, 301 E.
Alsobrook St., Plant City.
Free doughnuts from Dun-
kin' Donuts will be served
from 8 to 9:30 a.m. and free
barbecue from First Choice


BBQ from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Other features include snow
cones, popcorn, clinic with
health care professionals and
live music.
Call (813) 752-3740.

Yard Sale And Car Wash
METS Ministries will have
its annual yard sale and car
wash from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
at the church, 1702 E. Laura
St. All kinds of merchandise
will be on sale.
Call (813) 754-1096.

Plant City Garden Tour
The Begonia Society of
Tampa Bay will meet at 10
a.m. at the Tate Distribution
Center, 6401 N. 54th St., Tam-
pa, for a club field trip to a
private garden in Plant City.
Maps and car pooling will
be provided at the meeting.
Visitors and guests are wel-
come, and first timers will
receive a free begonia.
Call (813) 838-0374.

Music, Bears For Charity
Enjoy gospel music and

See THINGS TO DO, Page 6 0>


COMING SATURDAY
The late Robert Powells
.legacy lives on in the hous-
es and the goodwill he
built in the community.

TO SUBSCRIBE,
CALL (813) 874-2863..


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







BETTY BRIGGS

Continued From Page 4

Son Of Local Couple
Gets Bachelor's Degree
PLANT CITY Jason Inlow,
son of Brenda and Dennis
Inlow, graduated Aug. 10 from
the University of South Flori-
da with a bachelor of science
degree in mechanical engi-
neering.


THINGS TO DO

Continued From Page 5

help a good cause, Unity in the
Community, at a 7 p.m. con-
cert at the Plant City Corner-
stone Center, 315 N. Collins St.
There's also a teddy bear
decorating contest. Profits go
to Unity, which helps the
needy in the Plant City area.
Tickets are $12 general ad-
mission or $15 reserved seat-
ing. Call (813) 752-1275 or
(813) 752-2727.


Couple Welcomes
New Baby
PLANT CITY Amy and Eric
Dubose have become parents.
Joshua Luke was born Aug. 26.
Mom, dad and baby are home
and doing great.

Hospital Names Team
Members Of Month
PLANT CITY Angela Wicker
was named South Florida
Baptist Hospital Team Mem-
ber for August. She is a clinical
nurse at the hospital. Septem-


Born At McGuire?
Were you born in the old
McGuire Hospital? If so,
there's a party at 6:30 p.m. for
you at Espress Yourself Coffee
101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.
The hospital was on the
second floor of the building
where the coffee shop is. Or-
ganizers are offering cake,
coffee and a walk down mem-
ory lane in the building that
houses the family-owned
coffee shop and Focus Maga-
zine. Plant City Photo Archives
will provide old photographs
for the event.


Wicker Davis

ber's honor goes to Melissa
Davis, an LPN.
Have a special event? Send items
to gabylee@tampabay.rr.com or
mail or deliver to The Tampa
Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City FL 33563 or fax to (813)
865-4441.


Those who plan to attend
are asked to call coffee shop
co-owner Heather Davis at
(813) 659-0101.

I Keyword: Entertain-
ment, for a searchable
database of events,
times and locations.
Interested in having your enter-
tainment event considered for
publication? Write to Things To
Do, George Newman, The Tampa
Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City FL 33563; e-mail gnewman
@tampatrib.com; or fax to (813)
865-4441.


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First BaptiN Church of Miday):
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
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First: -'2 1 tI ii'.i.:)s..AA'; -; A .l '5 i

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(orner-tone Cinstian: lr'l't. .I Rt
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FULL GOSPEL
Destin) Church ol Plant Cit):
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Coiemna Bible (hurch. /i.'l L a'r if
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Hope L(MS: 2 iri P.a: Blitk --1. 422
Lord of Lile EI.CA:
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NAZARENE
Plant (it) (ommunit) (hurtli no die
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Full Gospel Fellonshiup

Full trbupel Tabernacle:
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Impact Family Viorship (enter.
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Grace Bible Ministries.
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i'./1 A (.;..n/,.h iN "',55 214
louman s Praise and Nor.hip Center.
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ORTHODOX
Hol Protection Orthodo\ Church:
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PENTECOSTAL
Greater Hcighit Fauil) torihip (I eer.
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EangeUlcal Plant Cit):
ii" tCiidw 6nffln Rd -5.Ijsj


PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
Fir-t Presbyienan Plant C(ry:
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SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
%ialk widi God Minist :
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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: ''.i Nt, i: tirn Lr


SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, INC
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& Eangtl-m"l I
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UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
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Plant City:







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HEALTH NOTES
NAMI: A National Alliance for
the Mentally III support group
for east Hillsborough County
meets at 7 p.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly in the Bran-
don area, at 1402 Jontilly Place,
near State Road 60 and Hilltop
Drive. The next meeting is Sept.
27. The group is designed to
help the loved ones of those
suffering from mental illness
but is open to anyone who is
interested in supporting mental
health issues. For information,
call (813) 571-9811. For informa-
tion on the alliance, go to
www.nami.org.
ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT: A sup-
port group for caregivers of
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.
SOUTH FLORIDA BAPTIST HOS-
PITAL: These events are planned
for South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal, 301 N. Alexander St. Classes
are free unless otherwise noted.
For information, call (813) 754-
4444 unless otherwise noted:
Infant and car safety checks:
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday. Appoint-
ments required.
First aid class: 8-11 a.m. Sat-
urday in community conference
room. Registration and prepay-
ment of $25 required.
Baby care and breastfeeding
class: 6-9:30 p.m. Sept. 27,
emergency department confer-
ence room. Registration re-


quired.
Free blood pressure checks:
1-2 p.m. Tuesday at the com-
munity resource center (main
hospital lobby). No appointment
necessary.
Cholesterol screenings: 2-3
p.m. fourth Tuesday monthly in
community resource center
(main hospital lobby). Cost is
$20. No appointment necessary.
Diabetes Support Group: 5-6
p.m. first Tuesday monthly. Call
(813) 757-8202 to register.
Bereaved Parents Group: 7
p.m. fourth Thursday monthly in
the hospital's community con-
ference room. No appointment
necessary. Call (813) 362-6972
for information.
CARE CENTER: The Pregnancy
Care Center of Plant City, 304


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-
0886.
ROAD TO RECOVERY: Volun-
teers are needed for the Amer-
ican Cancer Society's Road to
Recovery program in Plant City.
It is a volunteer-based trans-
portation program that helps
people get to and from cancer
treatments if they have no other
form of transportation. Volun-
teers must have a car and be
available between 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.
for a few weekday hours a
month. Call (813) 685-0670,
Ext. 115.
SEEKING VOLUNTEERS: The


American Red Cross Tampa Bay
Chapter needs active or retired
nurses with RN or LPN licenses
to serve as volunteers. Volun-
teers serve as an integral part
of Red Cross disaster teams
that operate from Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties. Nurses
provide health care education,
assistance in obtaining medical
care and medication replace-
ment and follow-up care to
victims of home fires, hurri-
canes and other disasters. Call
(813) 348-4820, Ext. 893, or
e-mail Holloway@tampabay
.redcross.org.
Send items to Health Notes, The
Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to dnichol-
son@tampatrib.com or fax to (813)
865-4441.


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402 English St..
t Phnt COn'
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10:30 am
Pastor's Sermon
"The Hanest Is Finished ...
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First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Evers Street
Downtown Plant Cit'
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Wednesday Elenings
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Pnirre TmieDirner ult Snud.,
I (f 8:00 pm
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LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 1 000 A M
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
Evening Worship 600 PM.
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
7.00 P.M
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


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
i0Oi -4 EAi 21 S.rulh
(813)752-8251
St Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
16131754-1237 or ii3s478-1185


Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
Ol |n\ Trepne[I Ro.:
Plan ni E t ',Oo
Phone 813--.2.-890 or 813.--2.-i850
Sunday
Bible ,tud% For all .igsc, V im
Morning Wor-,.hp 10 10.1mr,
Dir;cipleship Training - 4 00pm
Evening or hip )* 1n'pmn
Wednesday
l'amil Dimncr ;,pm
PrAjer Mceting 6 ipn
',o.uth Bible srul o <.jpm
IcaimKid' (, '1pm
C hoir Rthcar_.l ~ ?I0pm
\ tir .rl n i i; ,ll '.I' l"r till i.r7 It's'
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SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 6-00 p.m.
Tuesday 6-30pm
Women's Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Chlddren
& Students: 6.00 p.m.
905 W. Terrace Dr. in ,,...., ,,,, i
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Directions: 92 west (Baker St.), 1/2 mile west of SR 39 (Wheeler St.)
The church with the red doors.
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on the land for
recreational uses
through 2030.
By RAY REYES
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Forty acres
adjacent to Hillsborough
Community College's Plant
City campus have been used
for recreational fields for 26
years, and commissioners said
Sept. 10 they would like the
land to retain that usage for
several more.
HCC officials said that with-
in 10 years, those 40 acres east
of the campus's property line
will be needed for new build-
ings and other facilities.
Common ground on this is-
sue must be found soon, offi-
cials with both parties said
during the city commission
meeting.
"We're the victim of


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Haynes
"We're the victim
of our own suc-
cess," he says of
the growth.


growth," said Felix Haynes,
president of HCC's Plant City
campus. "We're the victim of
our own success."
Why the city and the college
both have a stake in that 40-
acre tract dates back nearly
four decades.
To attract HCC into estab-
lishing a campus in Plant City,
commissioners agreed to do-
nate 80 acres at Park Road and
Cherry Street to the college.
HCC's current configuration of
classrooms and offices takes
up- half the donated property.
The city leased the other half
in 1981 to use as ballparks. The
lease has since been extended
to Dec. 31, 2030.
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Continued From Page 10

The college will need the
land sooner because of the
expected population growth of
eastern Hillsborough County,
Haynes said. The college is
building 100,000 square feet of
facilities along Park Road, but
it will not be enough, Haynes
said.
More than 6,000 students
are enrolled at the Plant City
campus, 1206 N. Park Road
south of Interstate 4, and the
population is expected to at
least double within 10 years,
Haynes said.
To accommodate increased
enrollment, the college will
need an additional 370,000
square feet by 2017, said David
Cabeceiras, HCC's director of
facilities, planning and con-


struction.
The only way to go is east,
into the fields of the Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex,
where the city hosts its annual
soccer and flag football
leagues, HCC officials said.
Commissioner Robert
Brown said if the city agrees to
end the lease, replacement
fields must be in place.
"We need to meet the recre-
ational needs of our citizens,"
Brown said. "We need to re-
place the 40 acres that HCC
needs to expand."
The state's property tax re-
forms hamper the city's ability
to find new ball fields and
accommodate HCC's request,
City Manager David Sollen-
berger said.
"There's less and less money
to meet these types of needs,"
Sollenberger said. "It behooves
the city and HCC to work
See HCC GROWTH, Page 15 D>


PLANT CITY COMMI SSION ACTION


Proposed Budget, Tax
Rate Get Tentative OK
Items of interest from the
commission meeting Sept. 10
include:
Commissioners gave ten-
tative approval to the proper-
ty tax rate and the adoption of
the proposed 2007-08 fiscal
year budget.
Because of the state's prop-
erty tax reforms, the city is
expected to lose about $1 mil-
lion in revenue. The re-
vamped system also required
city officials to lower the
property tax rate for fiscal
year 2007-08 from $4.70 to
$4.16 per $1,000 of taxable,
assessed value. It is the first
time in 18 years that the city's
tax rate has changed.
The last chance for resi-
dents to voice their concerns
on the budget will be at a


public hearing at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at city hall, 302 W.
Reynolds St.
Commissioners will vote
Monday on the creation of a
proposed special assessment
district that encompasses the
industrial park and rail spur
on Sydney Road and Central
Drive.
If the special district is ap-
proved, four properties in the
industrial park will share the
costs of repairing and main-
taining the tracks, according
to a city staff report. The
businesses have varying uses
for the tracks and will be
assessed annual maintenance
charges according to how
much the rail spur benefits
them, the report says.
The cost of the initial repair
is projected at $85,000.
The city's official Web site
will soon get a sleek, high-
tech makeover. City Manager


David Sollenberger has con-
tracted Kansas-based design-
ers Civic Plus to perform a
$20,000 upgrade to the mu-
nicipal Web site.
"Our Web site is currently
set up with department links,
so if you're looking for a ser-
vice, you need to find out
which department provides
the service," Sollenberger
wrote in his twice-monthly
report to commissioners.
"Since the world is not orga-
nized into bureaucratic cu-
bicles ... I am looking for a
seamless presentation of city
services."
Sollenberger said he would
like the city's Web site to
allow customers the option of
paying bills over the Internet,
which not only provides
"convenience but helps to
keep staffing costs down" at
city hall.
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Eye-Catching Clothing


A new
downtown
boutique that
offers
distinctive
fashions for
young women
begins
celebrating its
grand opening
Thursday.


Tribune photo by JIM REED
Meg Cimino, co-owner of Nia Bella's boutique, teaches Spanish and coaches the golf team at Plant City High.


By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Before there was a
cash register. Before there was a
sales counter. Before even a frac-
tion of the merchandise had arrived:
There were customers.
"There's been a lot of curiosity. It's
so surreal," said Nia Ramo, co-owner
of downtown Plant City's new bou-
tique for the age 14-to-24 set.
Passers-by began to notice the
display of funky tops and flirty skirts
taking shape in the front windows at
119 E. Reynolds St. long before Ramo
and her partner, Meg Cimino, were
ready to ring up the first sale.
For weeks, as the two women
scrambled to furnish and decorate
the 1,000-square-foot space, pro-
spective shoppers would wander in
to admire the eye-catchihg array of
junior wear and accessories Ramo
had selected at an Atlanta trade
show.
Shopping, she said, is "the big
perk" of her new venture. "The only
thing is, I don't get to take it home."
Nia Bella's quietly opened its doors


without fanfare in August, while the
partners and a small volunteer army
of family and friends continued
wrapping up loose ends and working
out the kinks of building a business
from the ground up.
The dress rehearsal ends today,
however. Thursday is show time,
with grand opening festivities set to
run through the weekend.
"We have our nervous breakdowns
on different days, which works out
OK," said Cimino, who teaches Span-
ish and coaches the golf team at
Plant City High.
Ramo also has a day job as admin-
istrative assistant to Hillsborough
County's supervisor of elections,
Buddy Johnson.
"We both love our jobs and want
to keep working," Ramo said.
They also wanted to go into busi-
ness together, even though they
didn't know exactly what business
that might be until a few months ago.
"The idea was born on my mom's
back porch," Ramo said. "It just
happened so quick."
The pair is deeply rooted in Plant


Tribune photo by JIM REED.
Kaila Gosselin shops at the boutique stocked
with clothing and items for ages 14 to 24.


A colorful selection of purs-
es is on display at the East
Reynolds Street shop.









"Our clothes are
real contempo-
rary, really stylish
and a lot of fun.
But sexy is not
something I want
a 12-to-14-year-
old displaying.
This is stuff I
would let my
daughters wear "
NIA RAMO
Co-owner ofNia Bella's,
downtown Plant City's
new boutique


Cherie Bills, a former student of co-owner Cimino, manages the store while the owners work at their regular jobs.


City. Both graduated from Plant City
High, seven years apart. They met
when Cimino began dating Ramo's
brother.
"Family is really, really important to
Meg and me. So is the community," she
said.
Ramo, whose maiden name is lor-
dan, entered the world with the help of:
a midwife in her family's home on
Coronet Road.
Her grandmother, Bonnie Snow.
owned two beauty salons in downtown
Plant City and still works at one she
sold the Family Hair Affair on Collins
Street.
Snow once worked in a salon that
occupied the same space on Reynolds
Street where her granddaughter has
launched Nia Bella's.
Cimino's father also had a down-
town business on Reynolds.
"It's so neat," Cimino said. "We've
had our business license together for a
year, and now everything has suddenly
come together at this location."
Ramo and Cimino have little experi-
ence in retail but are tuned in to their
target customers: young women ages
14 to 24.
Ramo, on the board of the Plant City
Junior Woman's Club, is an adviser for
the Plant City Juniorettes.
Cimino is surrounded by teenage


girls at the high school. In fact, one of
her former students, Cherie Bills, man-
ages the store while the owners work at
their regular jobs.
"She's scared. But we're all scared,"
Cimino said. "If you're not scared,
something's wrong."
Cimino is used to rolling with the
punches life has delivered. After gradu-
ating from Plant City in 1985, she went
to Auburn University on a golf schol-
arship.
"I thought I was going to play golf the
rest of my life," she said.
She went pro for a few years. Then
came a car accident and life-altering
injuries.
"My path changed," she said.
Two decades later, she is on the path
to bringing something new to her
hometown.
"We want girls to feel like they can
come to Nia's and find something
unique, that they don't have to go to
Tampa to shop," Cimino said.
RIamo, the buying half of the part-
nership, searched for obscure vendors
and one-of-a-kind creations to stock
the shop.
-There is a denim collection from
Celebrity Pinks, tank tops with pockets
and oh-so-soft cotton-blend T-shirts.
There are camouflage shorts with se-
quined pocket flaps, breezy dresses


and accessories Ramo likes to call
"funky junk."
Jewelry, handbags and whimsical
"Happy Art" wall hangings by Mitzi
Dooley round out the inventory.
Autumn Andrews, a longtime friend
of Ramo's, accompanied her to Atlanta
on her buying trip.
"It was amazing," she said, opening
another box of merchandise. "There's
nothing around here like this shop. It's
definitely the place to get something
original at a good price that's good
quality."
Stylish comfort eveinin plus sizes
- is as much a hallmark of Nia Bella's
branding as family values.
"We're very Christian-based," Ramo
said. "Our clothes are real contempo-
rary, really stylish and a lot of fun. But
sexy is not something I want a 12-
to-14-year-old displaying. This is stuff I
would let my daughters wear."
It is a store made for Plant City, and
its owners have set their sights on the
ultimate prize: dressing the Florida
Strawberry Festival queen and her
court.
"There's no reason why we can't put
them in something really cute," Ramo
said.

Reporter Jan Hollingsworth can be reached
at (813) 865-4436 orjhollingsworth
@tampatrib.com.


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agriculture program, we will
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We are paying for it now
with high food prices.
We need to support our
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Bear dressing
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By PAUL CATALA
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY Over the past
nine years, the soul-soothing
melodies of gospel music have
filled the air, helping raise
money for a community-based
organization.
Again this year, those har-


monies will flow, this time in
the presence of a bunch of
bears.
Beginning at 7 p.m. Satur-
day, in the Plant City Corner-
stone Center, 315 N. Collins St.,
the Unity in the Community's
Gospel Jamboree gets under
way.
This year, in addition to the
music, the organization for the
first time is holding a Dress-A-
Bear contest during the fund-
raiser. The bears will be judged
on best or most originally
dressed.


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WHERE: Plant City Cornerstone Center. 315 N. Collins St.
FEATURES: Gospel music and teddy bear decorating contest
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raise $65,000 this year for
those organizations, and the
gospel sing and bear contest
are pIart of that effort.


Joyce Jordan, Unity presi-
dent and director, said the
bear contest will offer people
the chance to get involved in
the event and have some fun
doing it.
With the Dress-A-Bear con-
test, a $15 donation to Unity
will get the donor a stuffed
bear. The person then will
dress the bear however he or
she wants to, with clothing,
jewelry, hats, beads or other
items. At the gospel concert,
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the guests will bring their
bears for judging and get a $5
discount on tickets.
Jordan said 10 bears will be
chosen, with the top three
winning prizes. She said all 10
will be entered into a local fine
arts auction in 2008, helping
"earn even more money to
help Unity help your commu-
nity."
"It's all for a good cause and
it should be a lot of fun," she
said. "One of the highlights will
be the judging of the bears and
we'll pick a winner that night.
It's going to be unique and a
lot of fun."
The idea for the Dress-A-
Bear contest came from Unity
Treasurer-Director Melody
Townsend, who was involved
in a similar fundraiser in Ten-
nessee.
The gospel concert will re-
sound around the hall, featur-
ing some of the area's best-
known gospel groups: The
Faithful Men Quartet, the Gulf


State Gospel Quartet, Shep-
herd's Four Quartet and The
Gospel Echoes with Joe Ram-
sey and Faye Capper.
Ramsey, who has co-hosted
satellite television's "The Gos-
pel Music Hour" for eight
years, said all the acts are
"powerful" and they are sing-
ing for a good cause.
"We're all helping with the
music and anyone that likes
gospel music should come out
to hear some great old-timey
pickin' and singing, said Ram-
sey, whose repertoire will in-
clude "We'll Have a New Life,"
"Amazing Grace" and "God
Saves Old Sinners."
Tickets for the Gospel Jam-
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Byrd-Falardeau
PLANT CITY Sherer Eliza-
beth Byrd of Plant City and
Navy Lt. John-Paul Armand
Falardeau of Anacortes, Wash.,
were married Aug. 10 at St.
Clement Catholic Church in
Plant City. The Rev. Tom Mor-
gan, pastor of St. Lawrence
Catholic Church, Tampa, pre-
sided.
The bride is the daughter of
Melane and Johnnie Bryars
Byrd Jr. of Plant City and the
granddaughter of Ray Madison
and Kate Sherer and the late
Hazel and Johnnie Bryars Byrd
Sr., all of Brewton, Ala., and
Doris Brown Sherer of Daph-
ne, Ala.
The groom is the son of
Robert Armand and Therese
Falardeau of Palatine, Ill., and
the grandson of John Joseph


and Marian Kuhn of Mount
Prospect, Ill., and June Falar-
deau and the late Navy Lt.
Cmdr. Robert Francis Falar-
deau of Palatine, Il.
The bride wore a white silk
gown featuring a strapless
neckline with French tulle
overlay. Re-embroidered Alen-
con lace appliques hand-bead-
ed with pearl created an asym-
metrical bodice pattern that
was repeated over the gown
and bordered a scalloped hem,
extending into the chapel
length train. She carried a bou-
quet of white Moonstone ros-
es.
Melane Anne Byrd of Virgin-
ia Beach, Va., served her sister
as .maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Amanda Thomas Byrd of
Plant City, sister of the bride;
Celeste Elise Kerr of Palatine,
I111., sister of the groom; Sandra
Lynn Latimer of Sarasota; and
Julia Marie Lewis and Jessica


Renee Gill of Plant City.
The groom's brother, Justin
Joseph Falardeau of Palatine,
Ill., served as best man.
Groomsmen were Johnnie
Bryars Byrd III of Plant City,
brother of the bride; Troy Jus-
tin Kerr of Palatine, brother-
in-law of the groom; David
Edward Brandwein of Lake-in-
the-Hills, Ill., cousin of the
groom; Navy Ensign Kevin
Robert Brandwein of Cary, Ill.,
cousin of the groom; and John
Steven Huber of St. Louis, who
also served as soloist.
Ushers were Navy Lt. Ian
Hudson and Navy Lt. j.g. David
Shaw of Anacortes, Wash., and
Navy Lt. j.g. Jonathan Wiens of
Washington.
Laurel Lee Sherer of Gaines-
ville, cousin of the bride, gave
the New Testament reading;
Patrick Bamhill of Indepen-

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AGES 8-13: Rookies Baseball
Academy will conduct tryouts
for new AAU teams Saturday
and Sept. 29. Two develop-
mental 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 Raid-
ers Black team is conducting
tryouts. Call Jeff Murray at (813)
205-8241.
AGES 11-U: The Tampa Tarpons
need players. Call Jeff Licata
(813) 629-7710.
AGES 11/12/13/14-U: New AAU
teams are conducting tryouts.
Call Pat Russo at (813) 390-
0105 or Paul Russo at (813)
690-0275.
AGES 12-U: The Plant City Raid-
ers 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 Un-
dertakers 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.

Basketball

GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay
Inferno will conduct condition-
ing 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.ac-
tive.com/tbi.
GRADES 11-12: Southeast Basket-
ball Academy will host a girls
showcase Saturday and a boys
showcase Sept. 29. Call (813)-
785-6878 or visit southeast-
basketballacademy.com.

Football/Cheerleading

AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders
are conducting registrations.
Visit tamparaiders.com or call


Melinda Moore at (813) 837-
8996.
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat
All-Stars have cheerleading
openings at all levels for boys
and girls. Call Linda Martinez at
(813) 558-6675 or visit flori-
dawildcatallstars.com.
AGES 5-18: Bay City Cheerlead-
ing is conducting registrations
for cheer and tumbling classes
and tryouts for competitive
cheerleading teams. Call the
gym at (813) 741-0428 or Mar-
garet DeVore at (813) 727-5199,
or e-mail baycity-
cheer@msn.com.

Miscellaneous

JUDO: The Florida School of
Judo offers classes for ages 5
and older throughout Hillsbor-
ough County. Call Meredith
Alaynick at (813) 741-1654 or
alaynick@verizon.net or visit
floridaschoolofjudo.com.
LACROSSE: The New Tampa
Lacrosse Association needs
volunteer coaches for its girls
program. Call Brian Baker at
(813) 991-4835 or visit ntlacros-
se.com.
PHYSICALS: Westchase Physical
Therapy & Medical Supply will
conduct physical for winter
sports Oct. 11. Call (813) 343-
3960.

Soccer

AGES U-8: Unlimited Motion
Soccer Academy is conducting
registrations for boys and girls
for a 5v5 indoor league. Contact
Mike Connell at (813) 948-5500
or mconnell@sportsandfield.net.
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@yahoo.com.'
DISABLED: The Outreach Pro-
gram for Soccer will conduct
free registrations Saturday and
Sept. 29. Visit brandonsoccer-
.com.

Softball

AGES 4-17: The Lutz League-
rettes will conduct registrations
Saturday and Sunday. Visit
lutzleaguerettes.com or call
(813) 943-5636.
AGES 5-17: The Town 'N Country
Leaguerettes slowpitch organi-
zation is conducting registra-
tions each Saturday through
Sept. 29. Call David Gray at
(813) 924-5098 or leave a mes-
sage at (813) 888-8471.
AGES 5-17: The Wesley Chapel
Dixie League is conducting
registrations. Visit leagueli-
neup.com/wcaa or call (813)


994-6633.
AGES 12-U: Team Florida needs
players. Call Drew Johnson at
(727) 644-4911.
AGES 14-U: The Tampa Mus-
tangs need players. Call Joe Bell
at (813) 787-9401 or Manny
Santos at (813) 244-1945.
AGES 14-U: The USA Patriots
need two players. Contact Mike
Galinski at (727) 556-3200 or
mgalinski@americaii.com or
visit usa44.com.

Tennis

AGES 5-18: A USNTA certified
professional is offering free first
private lessons through Septem-
ber. Call (813) 486-8909 or
e-mail coachvalencia@msn.com.
DISABLED: Free lessons for
players of all ages are available
each Friday in Brandon and
Tampa. Call Lauren Bopp at
(813) 598-8809.

ADULTS

Miscellaneous

FLAG FOOTBALL: The East Bay
Flag Football League is conduct-
ing registrations for four-on-four
men's and coed leagues. Call
Stuart Switzer at (813) 516-3217
or visit ebffl.com.
FUTSAL. A men's league begins
today and a co-ed league starts
Friday. Contact Mike Connell at
(813) 948-5500 or mcon-
nell@sportsandfield.net.
GOLF: The Plant City Optimist
Club and Plant City Recreation &
Parks Department will host a
tournament Saturday at Walden
Lake Golf & Country Club to
benefit youth programs. Visit
plantcitygov.com/rec or call
Walt Arnold at (813) 752-1602.
GOLF: The St. Joseph's Hospitals
Foundation will host a tourna-
ment Oct. 1 at Old Memorial
Golf Club to benefit cancer
programs. Visit stjosephshospi-
tal-foundation.org or call (813)
872-0979.
REUNION: The Town 'N Country
Packers are seeking alumni for a
40th anniversary celebration in
2008. Call (813) 885-7738 or
visit rhodoug2000@hot-
mail.com.
RUN/WALK: Tampa will host a
National Run @ Work Day event
Friday. Contact Lynn Gray at;
lgray88@yahoo.com, Michael
Benson at braemarsdad-
dy@tampabay.rr.com or visit
rrca.org/programs/runatwork.

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
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2 Perfect Games,



And 2 Near Misses


By BOB AUSTIN
Tribune correspondent
Standing on the ap-
proach with the first 11
strikes back in the pit in the
opening game of a three-
game series has become
fairly commonplace, what
with fresh oil and the legs
and arms in the warming-
up stage.
Then the third game
arrives and alterations be-
gin to take place.
Movement of feet,
changing of ball speed and
arrows usually takes their
toll.
Not at Pin Chasers Veter-
ans, at least during the
opening session of the new
winter season.
Five Veterans' keglers
sought perfection and four
of them waited until the
finale.
David Freedman, in the
Hits and Misses Mixed
League, and Randy Barn-
well, in the All-Stars Mixed
League, achieved third-
game perfection. Ron How-
ard, in that same All-Stars
Mixed League, and Matt
Beard, in the Dave Olm Pro
Shop Four Aces League, fell
one pin short, also in the
third game.
Steve King, in the Four
Aces Men's League, shot
299 in his second game.
Freedman posted games
of 188 and 182 on Lanes 1
and 2 before adjusting to
the oily conditions on Lane
2 and dry conditions on
Lane 1. It was his first per-
fect game. The 300 gave
him a 670 series.
Barnwell, after a 157
middle game, switched to a
Storm Big Hit, a ball that
"doesn't hook as much"
and hit the 1-3 pocket solid.
It was his second 300. His
opening game of 225 gave
him a 682 series.
Howard left the 4-pin on
his 12th ball, where "I pulled
it and it went high. I kept
leaving the 9 pin in the first
two games, so I squeezed
the thumb a little bit and it
worked." Howard has one
300. He opened his series
with games of 210 and 196


LOCAL BOWLING

for a 705 series.
Beard also looked at the
nasty 4-pin on his 12th
toss. Games of 231 and 193
preceded the 299, where "I
was using the Columbia
Rock. I changed to the
Columbia Pulse and it
worked."
Beard has three 300s
and 10 games of 299.
Opening games of 231 and
193 produced a 723 series.
King, a lefty, left the
6-pin on his final attempt
when "I came in a little
bit higher than I wanted
to." The first 11 strikes,
however, were right in the
1-2 pocket. He posted oth-
er games of 203 and 233
for a 735.

AMF.UNIVERSITY LANES:
Don Marsee's 647 and
Terry Cooper's 256 paced
the men last week.
Other good scores for
the men were Matt Mc-
Bride 236-636, Cooper 635,
Marsee 237 and Shawn
Lampinen 232-631. Nanette
Quire led the women in
high game with 186, while
Tonya Smiley was the se-
ries leader with 503. Other
scores for the women were
Lorraine Agusti 185-466,
Quire 464 and Smiley 170.

PIN POINTS: Joyce Bragg is
proud of the 156 league
average she posted last
year at Oakfield Lanes. So
when the 2007-08 winter
league season commenced
last week in the Oakfield
'Sunshine State Federal
League, Joyce decided to
"average" things out. She
bowled her first 600 series,
a 604, and now has to live
up to that even-prouder
201 average. ... Don't for-
get the "Garcia Pass It On
Foundation" first Charity
Bowling Event at Splits-
ville on Channelside Drive
on Oct. 15. Tickets are
$100 a person.

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Faithful.
Katherine Jayne Sherer and
Neil Hayes Sherer Jr. of Span-
ish Fort, Ala., cousins of the
bride, distributed wedding
programs.
A Navy and Marine Corps
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honorary best man; Lt. Greg
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honorary groomsman; and Lt.
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The bride is a 2002 graduate
of Plant City High School and
received a bachelor of arts
degree in history from the IJni-
versity of Florida in 2006. The
groom is a 1998 graduate of
Palatine High School, Palatine,
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2005, he received his Wings of
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Dinner and dancing fol-
lowed the wedding ceremony
at a reception hosted by the
bride's parents at the Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club in
Plant City. Guests were greeted
by Jean Hehn, Maggie Hyman
and Nancy Everidge of Plant
City and Emily Barr of Winter
Haven.
After a honeymoon trip to
Amelia Island, the couple will
reside in Anacortes, Wash.,
where the groom is serving as a
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ber for replacement of an
aging bridge on County Road
39 spanning the Alafia River.
If all goes as expected, mo-
torists will be driving over the
replacement bridge about a
year from now, said Edward
Arnold, project manager for
the engineering division of the
Hillsborough County public
works department. The bridge
over the river south of Plant
City was built in 1962 and is
structurally deficient, he said.
The replacement will in-
clude 12-foot lanes, sidewalks
and shoulders on the bridge
and approaches. The bridge is
about 294 feet long, he said.
Crews will build a tempo-
rary bypass bridge so motor-
ists will be able to cross the
river without a major detour
during the nearly $5.2 million
project.
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He proved it as guest speak-
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Chamber of Commerce break-
fast meeting Sept. 12, using a
whirlwind of detail to praise
the team, including a pre-
diction that the Lightning will
be "strongest in the division"
this season.
But he stumbled a bit when
. he invited the crowd to the
games at the "Ice Palace."
Oops.
The Ice Palace became the
St. Pete Times Forum in 2002
after the newspaper pur-
chased the naming rights.
Taylor caught his mistake and
quipped, "Hope no one is
here from the St. Pete Times."
Dave Nicholson

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At each membership break-
fast, the chamber of com-
merce names what it calls the
Good Egg of the Month,
someone who has excelled inl
service to the community.
September's award went to
John Dicks, a fifth-generation
resident who served several
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and mayor.
Most of his accolades were
well-known, but there was
one possible exception for
those who haven't been in
Plant City a while:
Even though Dicks is a 1971
Plant City High graduate; he's
not officially a Raider. The
school didn't adopt that mas-
cot until 1972, when it moved
into its campus west of the
Alexander Street and James L.
Redman Parkway intersection.
Before that, the team was
known as the Planters, in an
apparent nod to local straw-
berry farms.
Officials wanted a new
name because at the same
time the school opened, two
other area high schools were
closed and consolidated into
the new campus. The other
two schools, which graduated
their final classes in 1972, were
Turkey Creek, known as the
Gobblers, and Pinecrest,
known as the Pilots.
A contest led to the selec-
tion of the Raiders mascot for
the consolidated Plant City
High, Dicks said.
Dave Nicholson

Mark Your Calendar
The Plant City Garden Club
will hold its Ilth annual Gar-
den Tour in October.
Five private gardens in


historical Plant City will be
featured in the self-guided
tour, which will be from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 13. Tickets
will be available for a $10 do-
nation, with proceeds bene-
fiting Habitat for Humanity
and the Garden Club's schol-
arship program.
"We sold over 200 tickets
last year," said Teri Eller, first
vice president of the club.
The event has received
awards for the past two years
from the Florida Federation of
Garden Clubs for the best
tour, Eller said.
Tickets will be on sale from
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. the day
of the tour at the Union Sta-
tion Welcome Center, 102 N.
Palmer St. A plant sale will be
held at the same time.
For information, call club
president Cassandra Banning
at (813) 759-1638.
Dave Nicholson

An Early Fall
First Baptist Church of
Plant City is getting an early
jump on the fall festival sea-
son.
Most churches have their
festivals about the time of
Halloween. First Baptist de-
cided to move its fest away
from trick-or-treat time to
emphasize that it's a celebra-
tion of fall.
First Baptist's fall festival
will be from noon to 3 p.m.
Oct. 13. more than two weeks
before Halloween.
The event includes lots of
free goodies for children:


lunch, snow cones, cotton
candy, puppet show, petting
zoo, pony rides, hay rides and
lots of candy. It's geared for
preschool thorough elementa-
ry school, First Baptist em-
ployee Peggy Mooney said.
"It's really a community
outreach," said Mooney, ad-
ministrative assistant for chil-
dren's program.
Children can register to win
an Xbox 360, but they must be
present to win, she said..
The only charge is for adults
if they want to eat meals,
which include barbecue
plates.
For information, call the
church at (813) 752-4104. The
church is at 503 N. Palmer St.
Dave Nicholson

New Menu, New Name
Winter visitors returning to
Plant City will find a few
changes in downtown's his-
torical district, with the clos-
ing of several stores, the open-
ing of new enterprises and
dramatic changes at an old
standby.
Berna and Erkan Nar, the.
Turkish couple who opened
the SubClub four years ago at
110 E. Reynolds St., have add-
ed "Mediterranean Bistro" to
their moniker and lamb.
chops, kabobs, chicken Tusca-
ny and Turkish ice cream -
sandwiched between home--
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secret sauce to their menu.
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is Bema's baked Alaskan wild
salmon with creamy spinach
sauce, which has the lunch
crowd lined up six days a week.
"It's incredible," she said. "I
had no idea so many people
would like to have salmon."
At $11.95, the salmon lunch
plate isn't the cheapest lunch
in town, but that doesn't seem
to deter the Nars' customers.
For those who prefer lighter


fare, the SubClub Mediterra-
nean Bistro maintains its core
menu of moderately priced
soups, salads and subs, ala
Berna.
For now, she will continue
to cook in the tiny kitchen
with a two-burner hot.plate
she calls "that funny thing."
The couple had hoped to
install a grill for the bistro
additions, but cannot until
they construct a $23,000
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"That's a lot of subs," Erkan
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More than half of
all eye injuries
happen at home.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY .Eye safety
needs to start at home, accord-
ing to- an organizaftionfi'ii-,
seeks to prevent blindness.
Due to strong government
rules and regulations most
American businesses stress
eye safety on the job. But
Prevent Blindness America
said more than half of all eye
injuries occur in the home,


where the only regulations are
in the minds of the residents
who live there.
According to statistics taken'
by, the Consumer Product
Safety Commission in 2006,
more than 219,000 Americans
went to the emergency room
to be treated for eve injuries.
MAoe -Than half, --25,127,.. of
those injuries occotffid in the
home, more than in any other
location. .
Prevent Blindness America
has declared September as
Home Eye Safety Awareness
Month in an effort to encour-
age the public to make a prior-


AT A GLANCE they can do to protect eyes and
_______ A.save sight in their homes. We
Here are some of the upcoming vision screening events in Plant City: ask that all adults and children-
Donald Humphrey, a Plant City optometrist at 407 N.Plant Ave., is -- shoildlearn eye safety at
working with the Lions Club and South Florida Baptist Hospital to home when they are at play,
conduct free screenings at the 15th annual Children's Health Fair, in doing chores, working in the
the Arthur Boring Civic Center at the Florida Strawberry Festival yard or in the garage."
grounds from 10a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 6. yaror e garage.
Humphrey also will offer free screenings for adults at an annual Stuart Anderson, a retired
.health fairfrom 11:30 a.m. to 3-p.mMNov. 11.at First Baptist Church of 'Plant City optometrisr said
-.Plant.City,-503 N.Palmer St. there are many dangers to the
eve in the home, and he rec-
ommends that anyone work-
ity of protecting their sight. and painful eye injuries if the ing with tools in a workshop
"Everything from cleaning, proper safety precautions shouldusesafetygoggles.
supplies to pencils can cause aren't followed," said Sarah "It only takes one slip to put
major damage to vision if they Hecker, a spokeswoman for an eye out," Anderson said.
enter the eye. Both adults and the organization. "We hope to
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The author's
grandchildren help
her illustrate the
children's book.
By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Ti-bune
PLANT CITY Rose Taylor
has entertained her grandchil-
dren for years with her tale of
Timothy T., "The Mouse with a
House in Cat Valley."
Now the story of the indus-
trious little rodent with a heart
of gold is available in a spiral-
bound children's book illus-
trated by two of Taylor's six
grandchildren.
"I feel like anyone can do
anything they put their mind
to," said Taylor, who assem-
bled the project from start to
finish with the help of a local
print shop.
Her inspiration, she said,
came from Plant City historian
D.E. Bailey Jr., who was Tay-
lor's English teacher at Plant
'City High in the 1950s.
"I knew she had some talent
and I tried to encourage her,"
Bailey said. "I'm glad she's
pursued that all these years."
Taylor, who moved to
Seffner more than a decade
ago, discovered her love of
writing as a first-grader at Jack-
son Elementary. That's when
her teacher, Irvin Wilder Haw-
kins better known as the
second Florida Strawberry
Festival queen assigned her
students to write a Mother's
Day poem.
Words soon became Tay-
lor's constant companion.
"I've always written, but just
stuck it in a box," she said.
Two years ago, following the
death of her husband, Austin,
Taylor set out to assemble the
loose ends of her life. Stashed
among her writings she found


Photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The family's children's book project has helped Rose Taylor work
through the grief of losing her husband, Austin.

"Ifeel like anyone can do anything they put their
mind to."
ROSE TAYLOR
Who assembled a children's book illustrated by two of her
grandchildren


the drawings her granddaugh-
ters had made to illustrate the
story she had told them for
years about the .kindly
mouse that saves a lost kitten.
Lauren Taylor, now 17, be-
gan drawing her vision of Tim-
othy T._ at the age of 6, when
she would stay at her grand-
mother's house after school.
Lauren's father, Timothy, is
Taylor's oldest son and the
mouse's namesake.
The two have much in com-
mon, Taylor said. "Tim was
always kind, like Timothy T.,
who puts himself at risk to
help the kitten."
Taylor gathered Lauren's
drawings together and typed
up the story, dividing it into


small blocks of text for each
page. Then she hopped a
plane to Arizona, where Lau-
ren's 16-year-old cousin, Ga-
brielle, spent two weeks filling
w in the illustrative gaps in the
story. Gabrielle's father, Robin,
is the youngest of Taylor's
three sons.
"I'd show Gabi the text and
ask her to "draw what you
see," she said.
Although Lauren's work
spans nearly a decade of her
life, Gabi's is mostly recent. Yet
the colorful pencil drawings
complement each other and
the story, each infused with a
child-like innocence. Their
grandmother has no trouble
telling who drew what.


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The grandchildren's colorful
pencil drawings complement
each other and the story, each
infused with a childlike in-
nocence.

"Lauren has a little red flow-
er that turns up in a lot of her
pictures," she said. "Gabi
draws like a map."
It is a family project that has
helped her work through the
grief of losing Austin, a fellow
Plant City High grad she met
on a blind date and married
seven months later on Valen-
tine's Day. He died in January
2005, a month shy of their 41st
anniversary.
"I suppose if I hadn't gone
back to my writing I would
have been lost," she said.
Those who wish to purchase
the delightful tale of the clever
catnip-toting mouse that lives
in peace among the cats in Cat
Valley can order one for $10
from Taylor at (813) 689-0603.

Reporter Jan Hollingsworth can
be reached at (813)865-4436 or
jhollingsworth@tampatrib.com.


Mouse Tale Is A Family Effort


EYE SAFETY

Continued From Page 25

"Working with power tools
outside can be just as danger-
ous."
Prevent Blindness America's
eye safety awareness bulletin
warns when chemicals such as
household cleaners, bleach
and paint enter the eye, they
can cause painful and serious
damage. Lawn maintenance
can also be hazardous to eyes


as clippings from trimmers or
rocks and debris thrown by
lawnmowers become air-
borne. Those working on cars
or other machinery in the ga-
rage can suffer injuries when
battery acid, gasoline and oth-
er liquids splash on to the face
and enter the eyes.
Fortunately, the literature
says 90 percent of all eye in-
juries are preventable by sim-
ply wearing the proper eye
protection. Safety goggles
should have "ANSI Z-87"
stamped on the lenses or
frames, meaning they have


been certified by the American
National Standards Institute.
"When we perform the same
chores or tasks around the
house, week after week, we can
get complacent about how
quickly accidents can hap-
pen," said Daniel D. Garrett,
senior vice president of Pre-
vent Blindness America. "We
all need to take extra care
when we're at home to protect
our sight and not wind up in
the emergency room."
Children are also at risk for
eye injuries in the home. Ev-
eryday household items such


as hangers, glue or pencils can
suddenly become very danger-
ous, causing many accidental
injuries. Injuries may include
burns, contusions, abrasions
or punctures.
Prevent Blindness America
has the following tips for pro-
tecting children from injuries
in the home:
Teach children not to run
around with forks, knives, pen-
cils, combs or toothbrushes.
Keep detergents, cleaning
supplies, nail polish remover,
mouthwash and Icosmetics in
locked cabinets or out of


reach.
Keep clothes hangers in
the closet.
Keep younger children
away from work areas where
power tools are being used.
For information on how to
protect your eyes at home, call
Prevent Blindness America at
1-800-331-2020 or visit
www.preventblindness.org.


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


More from

Rose Taylor

Taylor's husband,
Austin, came to Plant
City from Alabama at the
age of 3.
She wrote this poem
for him based on his rec-
ollections of growing up
in a small rural town.


When Life
Was Simple
When life was simple
and I was a boy
I wandered the woods
with freedom and joy.
With my gun in hand,
old Chubby by my side
I walked winding
roads .with love and
pride. .
Not a dime in my
pocket, that didn't count
With woods to explore
and hills to mount,
New things to discover
under the brush,
From rocks to logs I
had to rush.
The sky was full of
fluffy clouds
With birds screeching
really loud.
All kinds of bugs flying
around
And plenty more
crawling on the ground.
The days would end
soon after they begun
With rushing home
before set of sun
To a supper of corn
bread dipped in milk
With adventures to tell
that rolled like silk.
Then off to bed and
sleep like a log,
Even forgetting in my
pocket was a frog.
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It also involves regular exercise,
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The festival selects a theme
each year. Festival partici-
pants, from exhibitors to fash-
ion show coordinators to pa-
rade float builders, typically
weave the theme into their
decorations, general manager
Patsy Brooks said.
The 2007 theme was It's
More Than Just Shortcake!
The artwork unveiled last
week was created by Tully Me-
nard Advertising of Clearwa-
ter. Artwork destined for the
festival brochure includes
frames of film depicting straw-


berries, a camera and a movie
Clapboard listing the festival
dates, Feb. 28 to March 9.
The theme "puts the focus
on the strawberry. He actually
is the star of the show," Brooks
said.
The theme was announced
as Brooks and staff members
continue planning for the 73rd
annual celebration of the ar-
ea's sweetest crop. Changes for
2008 include the consolidation
of festival entry Gates 1 and 3
on Oak Street, Brooks said. The
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Most of the nation's winter
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Plant City and the surrounding
area, and the festival comes as
the harvest is in full swing. The
festival includes livestock
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way rides and tons of short-
cake and other goodies made
from berries.


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show beginning
Feb. 28.
By DAE NICHOLSON
The Tampa tribune
PLANT CITY The Florida
Strawberry Festival is going
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theme.
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community events.
SPAGHETTI DINNER: The Wom-
an's Club of Plant City will hold
a spaghetti dinner from 11
a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdayat First
Baptist Church of Plant City,
503 N. Palmer St. The dinner
will support the club's schol-
arship fund and other communi-
ty projects and includes spa-
ghetti with meat sauce, salad,
garlic bread, drink and home-
made desserts. Take outs will
be available. Donation is $6 per
meal.
PHOTO ARCHIVES RECEPTION:
The Plant City Photo Archives'
Bailey-Eastman Group is holding


the Drive-n Drop-Off Reception
at the archives from 5:15-7 p.m.
Thursday Anyone having photos
from the 1970s and 1980s, or
anyone interested in learning
about the young professional
group, is welcome at the event
at the archives, 119 N. Collins St.
The reception will include wine
tasting, refreshments and hors
d'oeuvres. Contributors should
to be sure to identify submitted
photographs with name, ad-
dress and telephone number,
and the photos will be returned
after they have been scanned,
digitized and added to the ar-
chives' collection. (813) 754-
1578
MYSTERY THEATER: An annual
mystery dinner theater spon-
sored by the Friends of the
Bruton Memorial Library will be


presented by the Bruton Memo-
rial Players Friday and Friday at
the Trinkle center on Hillsbor-
ough Community College's Plant
City campus, 1206 N. Park Road.
Doors open at 6 p.m., and din-
ner will be served at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by the performance of
"A Chilling Night at Drafty Cas-
tle." Cost is $35 per person.
Tickets may be purchased at
Sunshine State Federal Savings
and Loan and Holiday Inn Ex-
press Hotel & Suites in Plant
City. For information about the
event and/or sponsorship op-
portunities, call Hal Brewer at
(813) 752-4949 or Pat Eifler at
(813) 267-0593.
MILITARY FAMILIES: The next
meeting of the Plant City Mil-
itary Family Support Group will
be at 7 p.m. Tuesday 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.
LIONS AUXILIARY: The Lions
Auxiliary will hold its first meet-
ing of the new club year at 7
p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Jennifer West. (813) 754-0950.
LIBRARY PROGRAM: The Florida
Coalition Against Human Traf-
ficking will hold a meeting from
2-3 p.m. Sept. 27 at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St., Plant City. The program
will cover the scope of the prob-
lem, how to identify victims and
other topics relating to human
trafficking. (813) 757-9215.
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 atf
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. (813) 707-
8490.
EDIBLE NATIVE PLANTS: Sid
Taylor, of the Hernando Chapter
of the Florida Native Plant Soci-
ety, will give a free lecture on
edible native plants from 7-8:30
p.m. Oct. 3 at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St. Call
Shawna Himelright at (813)
757-9289, Ext. 2249.
Send items to Community Calendar,
The Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
dnicholson@tampatrib.com or fax to
(813) 865-4441.


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chance to beat them."
No matter the opponent
during the regular season, Do-
back is a "sure win" in the
diving category, Sullivan said.
The senior has been to the
state meet in each of her sea-
sons at Durant.
"She is so focused. Even at
dual meets she's trying to do
her best. Kaylee holds herself
to high standards," Sullivan
said.
Doback and Plante are ex-
pected to get scholarships to
dive for a Division I program.


RAIDERS GAME

Continued From Page 34

of the district, Newsome, gets a
bye from league play; the
Wolves will play Brandon on
Oct. 5.
"Newsome coming in makes
it a tougher league right off the
bat," Kelley said. "Brandon is
much improved and East Bay
is always strong."
Plant City must travel for


Bandi, meanwhile, has been
the leader of the boys squad,
which was out to a 3-3 start but
only due to a strange schedul-
ing situation where they face'
swimming powerhouse East
Bay during any home meet at
Brandon Aquatic Center. Two
of those losses were to East
Bay.
Next up for both Cougar
squads is a Tuesday meet with
Chamberlain. After that, two
meets remain in the regular
season, with a meet against
Plant City Oct. 8 at Walden
Lake.

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


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Winning two out of those
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This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Sept. 9-15 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office.
Questions about a specific event
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office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Acker Rd, Block 13900, animal call,
Sep. 9,12:21 a.m.
Acker Rd, Block 13900, theft, Sep. 11,
6:24 p.m.
Artesian Ridge Ln, Block 5900,
residential burglary, Sep. 10,8:38 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3500, dis-
turbance, Sep. 10, 7:11 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3800, dis-
turbance, Sep. 12,10:05 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 3800, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 14, 8:43 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4100, business
burglary, Sep. 11, 7:35 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd, Block 4100, business
burglary, Sep. 14,12:35 p.m.
Blankenship Rd, Block 1000, fire, Sep.
15, 8:33 p.m.
Brackwood Rd, Block 4200, domestic
violence, Sep. 9, 9:44 a.m.
Clinton St/Dixon Ave, illegal dump-
ing, Sep. 15,4:12 p.m.
Dodo Ln/US 92 E, domestic violence,
Sep. 15, 12:02 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, graffiti, Sep.
9,6:56 a.m.
Dover Rd N/Dr King Blvd, DUI, Sep.
15, 11:56 p.m.
Dr King Blvd E/Valrico Rd N, dis-
turbance, Sep. 11, 8:21 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14100, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 14, 9:15 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14200, criminal
mischief, Sep. 13, 1:46 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Gallagher Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 9, 4:13 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Gallagher Rd, traffic


crash/injuries, Sep. 9,4:15 p.m.
Endeavour Ave, Block 5300, stolen
vehicle, Sep. 12, 11:23 a.m.
Endeavour Ave, Block 5300, theft,
Sep. 11, 5:44 p.m.
Forbes Rd N, Block 600, residential
burglary, Sep. 15, 5:18 a.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14400, vehicle
burglary, Sep. 12,11:03 a.m.
Lake Ave, Block 14500, domestic
violence, Sep. 13, 5:08 p.m.
Lenoir Ct, Block 5300, graffiti, Sep.
13, 8:22 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
12, 3:59 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
13,11:49 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
14, 4:35 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 13,10:18 a.m.
Mason Ave, Block 3100, disturbance,
Sep. 9, 7:59 p.m.
Paul Myers Ln, Block 5200, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 10,2:37 a.m.
Rex Ave, Block 3100, assault/battery,
Sep. 11, 6:14 p.m.
Rex Ave, Block 3100, criminal mis-
chief, Sep. 10,10:35 p.m.
Rex Ave, Block 3100, disturbance,
Sep. 9,4:58 p.m.
SR 60 E/Dover Rd N, domestic
violence, Sep. 11, 7:18 p.m.
San Diego Ln, Block 3200, criminal
mischief, Sep. 14, 12:24 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 2600, theft
in progress, Sep. 14, 8:04 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
residential burglary, Sep. 13, 3:42 p.m.
Tanner Rd, Block 1000, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 12,12:41 a.m.
US 92 E/Gallagher Rd, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 9, 4:15 p.m.
US 92 E/Mcintosh Rd, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 15, 5:40 a.m.

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Wooten Rd/Dover Rd N, theft, Sep.
15, 9:22 a.m.
33540
Bob Smith Ave, Block 5300, DUI, Sep.
14, 7:17 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 4600,
theft, Sep. 10, 1:33 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Sep. 13,1:08 a.m.
Quail Meadow Rd, Block 6700,
disturbance, Sep. 10, 10:08 p.m.
33563
Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, noise com-
plaint, Sep. 11, 10:52 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 11, 9:34 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 3800, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 15,7:01 p.m.
US 92 W/Forbes Rd N, DUI, Sep. 13,
9:20 p.m.
US 92 W/Forbes Rd N, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 13, 8:28 p.m.
US 92 W/Forbes Rd N, traffic crash/
injuries, Sep. 15, 5:42 a.m.
33565
1-4 Westbound/Alexander St N,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 13, 1:06 a.m.
1-4 Westbound/Branch Forbes,
person down, Sep. 14, 8:10 a.m.
Appling Woods PI, Block 2900,
discharge firearm, Sep. 13, 12:35 p.m.
Bailey Rd, Block 5800, disturbance,
Sep. 11, 10:22 p.m.
Bonnie Loop Rd, Block 1400, neigh-
bor trouble, Sep. 11, 3:01 p.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd, Block 4200, loose


animal, Sep. 15, 2:48 p.m.
Chitty Rd, Block 3100, domestic
violence, Sep. 15,1:08 p.m.
Cooper Rd, Block 4800, domestic
violence, Sep. 12, 6:10 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 4200, animal call,
Sep. 9, 5:22 p.m.
Forbes Rd N/Thonotosassa Rd,
animal call, Sep. 9, 8:09 p.m.
Forest Creek Rd, Block 5600, neigh-
bor trouble, Sep. 9, 7:43 p.m.
Frontage Rd N, Block 3700, assault/
battery, Sep. 10, 8:19 a.m.
Haggerty Rd, Block 2000, theft, Sep.
9, 8:21 a.m.
James L Redman Pwy/Sparkman,
deputy crash no injuries, Sep. 11, 6:12
p.m.
Kimber Rae Ct, Block 4100, mail
theft, Sep. 12, 9:22 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd E, Block 2800,
hit-and-run/injuries, Sep. 15,4:44 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 2800,
loud party, Sep. 15, 3:04 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 12, 8:34 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 15, 7:39 a.m.
McGee Rd/Paul Buchman Hwy,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 11, 6:48 a.m.
Midway Rd, Block 3000, disturbance,
Sep. 15, 8:54 a.m.
Pasco County Line/Paul Buchman
Hwy, animal call, Sep. 13, 8:59 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Sam Allen Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Sep. 13, 12:55 p.m.
Rowell Rd, Block 3000, residential
burglary, Sep. 15, 3 p.m.
Rowell Rd, Block 3000, residential
burglary, Sep. 15, 7:43 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 3300, theft,
Sep. 13,7:36 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4600, theft-
employee, Sep. 12,11:56 a.m.
Walnut Lp, Block 40, residential
burglary, Sep. 11, 12:36 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 4900, drug law

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violation, Sep. 11, 7:24 p.m.

33566
Calhoun Rd, Block 4800, residential
Burglary, Sep. 11, 3:48 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2200, residential
burglary, Sep. 12, 5:47 p.m.
lemons Rd, Block 2200, residential
burglary, Sep. 14,1:08 p.m.
County Line Rd S/Fancy Farms Rd,
theft, Sep. 12,12:12 p.m.
Fancy Farms Rd, Block 3800, resi-
dential burglary, Sep. 12, 11:46 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
12,12:31 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
12,4:53 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
14, 7:26 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Sep. 9, 4:17 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Sep. 14,11:23 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 15, 2:22 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 15, 8:06 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Sep. 15, 8:36 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3700, disturbance,
Sep. 15,10:03 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2500, domestic
violence, Sep. 14, 9:10 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Sep. 9, 2:19 a.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Sep. 9, 7:57 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Trapnell Rd W, theft,
Sep. 13,1:46 p.m.


Mud Lake Rd/Trapnetl Rd W, theft,
Sep. 14,1:43 p.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, criminal mischief,
Sep. 14, 8:40 a.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, theft, Sep. 10, 7:26
p.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, theft, Sep. 14, 8:46 -
a.m.
5R 60 E/Turkey Creek Rd, fire, Sep.
14, 8 p.m.
Seminole Sand Rd, Block 700, mail
theft, Sep. 10, 9:23 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 700, prowler,
Sep. 13,10:45 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Brians Pond Dr, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 15, 8:56 a.m.
Sydney Rd/Jerry Smith Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Sep. 15, 8:17 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 4900, do-
mestic violence, Sep. 12,1:27 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/SR 60 E, drug law
violation, Sep. 10, 3:05 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, vehicle burglary,
Sep. 11, 10:32 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 3600, fight, Sep. 9,
9:51 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 3700, residential
burglary, Sep. 9, 5:04 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, drug law vio-
lation, Sep. 15, 3:04 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5000, residential
burglary, Sep. 13, 7:07 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 1800, distur-
bance, Sep. 11, 9:27 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 900, disturbance,
Sep. 10, 8:40 p.m.
Willow Dr E/Laurel Ln, noise com-
plaint, Sep. 9, 3:11 a.m.

33567
1-4 Eastbound/Branch Forbes, fire,
Sep. 15, 8:11 p.m.
Alexander St N, Block 300, assault/
battery, Sep. 13, 2:51 a.m.
Armor Rd, Block 4900, graffiti, Sep.

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12, 5:27 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 7700, theft, Sep. 11,
11:34 a.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, disturbance, Sep.
15, 9:48 p.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1600, residential
burglary, Sep. 15, 3:33 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 5200, animal call,
Sep. 14, 2:59 p.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 4100, criminal
mischief, Sep. 14, 3:48 p.m.


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burglary, Sep. 14, 8:41 a.m.
Henry George Rd, Block 8100, loose
animal, Sep. 10, 10:17 a.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 2000, prowler,
Sep. 13, 12:03 a.m.
James L Redman Pwy, Block 5000,
business burglary, Sep. 14, 11:26 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Berry Patch, illegal
dumping, Sep. 13, 6:31 a.m.
Keysville Rd W, Block 600, fight, Sep.
14, 11:04 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/Turkey Creek Rd,
loose animal, Sep. 9, 6:12 a.m.
Lewis Rd/Durant Rd, criminal mis-
chief, Sep. 9, 5:01 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Sep.
12,11:21 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,


Sep. 13,10:56 a.m.
Mercer Lp, Block 1100, disturbance,
Sep. 13, 8:46 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 200, theft, Sep. 10,
12:28 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2500, theft, Sep. 15,
2:39 p.m.
Todd Country PI, Block 3400, animal
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ell $6000. 6KW Silent
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BYRON HAYES Section 2. The City Com land. Modular, Mobile, Priced below mkt value,
Julie Ham Household Goods, Fur- mission will hold a public CASH in on the $23 bil- & Stilt Homes. Come this house has been re
Senior Planner niture hearing in relation there lion car wash industry visit our Plant City stored to new cond.!
to, at which time Eric M. Attend a New Investor Model center with over Motivated seller! For in
NO: 6219 9/19/2007 STEPHANIE HARDNETT Watson, Jr Cathy M. Seminar Sept 23rd held 20 model homes to view fo go to: 813-754-4808
Household Goods, Box- Watson and Milton E. Orlando in conunc- (800)622-2832. http://home.minds rin
es, Tools, Christmas Watson, Sr ownersof thion with the sutheast- g.com/-captaineo/
EDUCATION NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Items, Bikes said property, shall have ern Car Wash Associa- AFFORDABLE LAKE
ENIE an opportunity to show tion's Expo featuring PROPERTIES On pristine S.E. TN.- Built 06' low
Notice is herey iven JENNIFER MENIA cause why such demoli 150 exhibitors, a car 34,000 I is Lake pro Ow
he eb0n Houe d G Fur- acre Norris Lake prop, tax & ins., minds
r-. ii n that sale will be held on Mtns. & water
L Schools Saturay September 29 nature, TV's, tereo not be ordered on OctOo
Saturday Sptember 29 Equipment ber 8, 2007 at 7:30 .m., ete ed shoreline Four sports. 1672 sf. Ranch.
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ATTEND COLLEGE 04 Plant City, r133565 uEhD oITCGod, Box- Plant City, Flori a. 995. Cal 188-753- Unique waterfall estate. floors /fenced,
ATTENDCOLNGE f Om home.hold Goeds, Box-430 AIN#B02000033 120 acre gentleman's $189400 1
cal, business, Paralegal Unit NO. or Space # 9 es shall forthwi y Call Us: We Will Not Be arm. View to pm, (813)245-6909
computers, criminal Ter Jernigan NOVLETTE SMITH nshal forthwith res Undersold! www.troutstreamestate
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Tese s es are ii issue a N with the Americans with REAL ESTATE Buy, Sell and RenM
held to satisfy a Land- teand Order of Conr Disabilities Act, an.y pe RVI RIO VISTA Area, exqui- Timeshares. No Corn
LEGALS lord's Lein. demnation affecting the son with a sal re SERVICES site, newly remodeled missions or Broker
Spremises hereinafter de quiring reasonable home wit wood cabi- Fees. Call 877-494-8246
PAMELA J. DREWS scribed which Notice commodation inorder to hmnets & granite counter or go to 877-8.
L l i MANAGER S _ _ and Order of Condemna participate in this meet tops through out, reay www.ouyatimeshare.co
L a 3dv tion was served in an i sin noult cal tme Cyy d to move in, corner lota e re.co
cordance with Section Clerk at (813) 659-4206 at I BUY SELLER HELD centrally located, 3 bed-
BOARD OF NOTICE OF SALE 78-724, Plant City Code least 48 hours prior to "Mortages. I Pay Top ce s, 2 baths, 2 car
ADJUSTMENT on Eric M. Watson, Jr., the public hearing. Dollar. Closing within arae, plenty of room,
CITY l PANT CITY, In accordance with the Cathy M. Watson and 48 hours. Private Money 2,08Ttotal square feet TIMESHARE RESALES
I OFidA provisions of Florida Milton E. Watson, Sr, the Adopted bythe City Call Gerald Daney. 79,900.813-690-0984 Sell today for C
FLORIDA r aw t there being due owners of said premises; Commission on Septem 813-985-8885 3yapptonly commissions or broker
ana unpaid charges for and ber 10, 2007. -y fees. Don't delay Go to
IN RE: which the undersigned h www.sellatimeshare.co
CASE #BOA-2007-10 is entitled to satisfy an WHEREAS, said owners s/Rick A. Lott m or Call 1-877-692-3583
FThe Petition owner's lien of the of said premises have NE A
Florida rawbey goods hereinafter de- failed to comply with or Rick A. Lott INTERBAY 3016 Sq ft, 5 Br
Festival scribed and stored at appeal from such order Mayor-Commissioner 3.5 BA, 2 story concrete Homesites / Lots
Uncle Bob's Self Storage within the time therein block, cstm home, built
Public Notice is here- located at: 1005 5. fixed, and the matter has ATTEST: 2003 1300 S.F. gar FLORIDA LAND Starting
by given that the Board Alexander St Plant thereupon been referred dbl lot. $629 000 at $10.900 Financing
of Adjustment of the City,Florida 33563. to this City Commission; s/Virginia L Helper 813-453-2502 Available. Over 100
ity of Plant City, Flori- 813-759-9526. nowtherefore Lots available in Court
a, will hold a public And, due notice having Virginia L Helper REAL ESTATE r ties of Levy, Marion,
hearing on Tuesay been given, to the own BE IT RESOLVED BYTHE City Clerk FOR SALE Cowest lay, Calhoun, Putman
1ptegr id. .a t0 t a er of saio property and CITY COMMISSION OF A&d t f CAOLLWOD Highland. Realtors &
M a artie nown to THECITYOF PLANT ApprovedInvestors welcome. -
Berry Draughon Munici- claim an interest there- CITY, FLORIDA: correctness: I Real Estate Wanted LOWNER3b FINANCING 718-797-0807 www.
pal Building in the in, and the time speci- g3bre 2ha 2cg, pool, usalandventures.com
council room auditori- fied in such notice for Section 1. That upon the -ea.$325 0. usalandventure
um located at 302 West payment of such having failure of Eric M. Watson, s/Kenneth W. Buchman MyDaddy Pays All Closing Costs. Pulan ot-
Reynolds Street, Plant expired the goods will Jr Cathy M. Watson and Call 813-326-3248 Blant -
City, Florida. The pur- e sol at public auc- Milton EWatson, Sr., Kenneth W. Buchman BuysHOUSeS.Com Lot
ti hearian g9 is tion at the above stat- owners of the premises City Attorney Nrth East & $38500
thea aeal by ed address to the high- described as: North East & $38,500
the Strawberry Pestiva, est bidder or otherwise NO: 6210 9/19/2007 New Tampa Call 813-764-8030
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