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Publication Date: November 28, 2007
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W E D N ESDAY,NOVEMBER 28, 2007



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Changing The Guard
One community
leader is retiring and
another is ta-king her
-p~"ra -e h- i FDed ood
Bank & Services
executive director.
Page 16

New Homeowners
Habitat for,Humanity
holds dedication
ceremonies for two
new houses.:
Page 18

Search Continues
A Plant City family
places a newspaper
advertisement asking
for leads to help police
solve last months
killings of two piglets.
Page 22


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Plant City's. marching band performs in the stands during a recent football game against Newsome High School at Newsome.



Band Has 'New Soul'

In just his second year as director, Ian Peacock has the Plant City High School
band marching to a new tune. The 25-year-old bandmaster is leading the
Marching Raiders to high scores at regional and state competitions.
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Coach Settling In
Plant City Highs new
basketball coach likes
what he has seen in
his short time here.
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Plant City Resident Selected As A Lighting Girl'


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
PLANT CITY Crystal Roma-
no, wife of T.J. Romano, and
daughter of Kenny and Marci
Wiggins, all of Plant City,
showed up for the largest
audition ever for the Tampa
Bay Lightning Girl competi-
tion, and came out a winner.
She was one of 14 selected to
cheer the Tampa Bay hockey
team on during the season.
She is a recent cum laude
graduate of the University of
South Florida. She received
her bachelor's degree in ele-
mentary education and hopes
to continue her studies and
get a master's.
"I thank God and my amaz-
ing family, Mom, Dad, older
sister Stephanie and husband
T.J., for believing in all of my


Photo from Crystal Romano
Crystal Romano of Plant City was recently named a Tampa Bay
Lightning Girl and will cheer the hockey team.


dreams," she said. .
In addition to her Lightning
Girl role, she pours a great cup
of coffee at Fred's Market
Restaurant where she is a
part-time server.

Two Mothers Share
Family News
PLANT CITY Bragging


rights come with the title of
mom.
At Pioneer Heritage Day on
Nov. 17, Sarah Rodgers and
Ruby Jean Redman shared
family news. Rodgers' son,
Skipper, has returned from a
trip to Israel with a group
from First Baptist Church of
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 I-


Photo by BETTY BRIGGS
Sarah Rodgers, left, and Ruby Jean Redman share news at the
recent Plant City Pioneer Heritage Day.


Mayor Rick Lott
presents a city
proclamation to
Myra Price, site
director of the
UfePath Hospice
Temple Terrace
Community Re-
source Center. The
proclamation rec-
ognized November
as National Hospice
Month.


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Announcing our new Surgical Weight Loss
program, under the medical direction of noted
bariatric surgeon Alfredo Femandez, M.D.

Is a lifelong struggle with weight robbing you of
the simple, ordinary pleasures of living?
Then maybe it's time for a whole new you!

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Thursday, Dec. 13, 6:30 p.m.
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Thursday, December 6,1-4 p.m..
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Pre-registration is required.


NEW MOMS SUPPORT GROUP
Meets Wednesdays, 12-1:30 p.m.
Qakfield Medical Plaza,
Suite 228, H2U Classroom
Bring a bag lunch.
Drinks and dessert will be provided.
STROKE SUPPORT GROUP
Thursday, December 13, 2007,
10:30 11:30 a.m.
Brandon Community Center
510 E. Sadie Street, Brandon, Florida
Meetings are held the
second Thursday of each month.
For more information, please call the
Brandon Community Center
at 813-635-8179.


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BETTY BRIGGS

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Orange Park, where he is the
children's minister. She
showed off a necklace made
from a widow's mite that he
brought home.
Redman shared news that
her grandson, Chip Bowden,
son of Pam Redman Bowen
and Bud Bowden of Plant City,
is playing football for Wesi
Point.


School Has Successful
Fundraiser


PLANT CITY Shiloh Elemen-
tary Charter School had a
successful pancake breakfast
fundraiser Nov. 10. The
school, \\ith its teachers acting
as servers, raised about $1,000.
More than 200 people
bought meals. Kazbor's Sports
Grille donated the food.

Mayor Recognizes
Hospice Month
PLANT CITY During Na-


Shiloh Elementary Charter School
The staff at Shiloh Elementary Charter School recently raised
about $1,000 working as servers at a pancake breakfast sponsored
by the school. About 200 people enjoyed the breakfasts.


tional Hospice Month, Plant
City Mayor Rick Lott pre-
sented LifePath Hospice, one
of the nation's largest not-for-
profit hospice organizations, a
proclamation for its service to
families in Plant City.
During the Nov. 13 city
commission meeting, Myra


Price, the site director of the
LifePath Hospice Temple
Terrace Community Resource
Center, accepted proclama-
tion. The organization cares
for about 1,800 patients and
their families each day. Lott
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 7 0


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THINGS TO DO


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.


Friday

Jammin' Good Time
A free jam session is set for 7
p.m. at Espress Yourself Cof-
fee 101, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd., Plant City. Call (813)
659-0101.

Attention All Teens
Teen Night is from 7 to 11
p.m. at the Plant City Family
YMCA, 1507 YMCA Place, off
Alexander Street. Students in
grades 6-10 are invited for an
evening of food, dancing,
basketball, games and other
fun activities. The cost is $6
per person. Call (813) 757-
6677.

The Nutcracker'
The Orlando Ballet's pro-
duction of "The Nutcracker"
featuring the Orlando Phil-
harmonic Orchestra returns to
the Tampa Bay Performing
Arts Center's Carol Morsani
Hall from Friday through
Sunday.
About 100 students from the
Orlando Ballet School will
accompany the ballet's full
company.
Show times are at 7:30 p.m.
Friday, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Satur-
day and 2 p.m. Sunday at the
center, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes
Place. Tickets are $15 to $50
and available by calling (813)
229-7827.

Friday and Saturday


A Classic Christmas Story
Charles Dickens' classic, "A
Christmas Carol," will be pre-
sented by Ms. Dixie's Down-
See THINGS TO DO, Page 6 1-


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Ms. Dixie's Downtown perform-
ers will present "A Christmas
Carol" on Friday and Saturday
at the Cornerstone Center.


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Bikers will roar into downtown Plant City to enjoy live music and
custom bike competition on Saturday at the monthly bike fest.


Associated Press file photo
Charlie Daniels and lot of his friends will perform at 1 p.m. Satur-
day at The Ford Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds.



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 your photos and
join in. o Go to plantcity.tbo.com.


Art by Thomas Kinkade will be
available Saturday at Walden
Lake Golf and Country Club.









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CRIME TRACKER
Because of early holi-
day deadlines, the Crime
Tracker will be published
in the Plant City Courier
& Tribune on Saturday
instead of today.



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offers a tranquil alternative
to the mobs at the mall."


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THINGS TO DO

Continued From Page 5

town Performers at 7 p.m.
Friday and 2 and 7 p.m. Satur-
day at the Plant City Comer-
stone Center, 315 N. Collins St.
Donation'for admission is.
$8 for adults, $6 for students
and seniors and $5 each for
groups of 10 or more. Children
12 and under are admitted
free. Call (813) 717-9575.

Saturday

A White Elephant Sale
Crafts, foods, plants and
white elephant items will be
on sale from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
at Country Wood on Sam
Allen Road near Paul Buch-'
man Highway, in Plant City.,
Residents of the community
are holding the sale.

Kinkade Art Available
Artwork by Thomas Kin-


kade, who bills himself as
America's most loved artist,
will be for sale from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. in the dining room at
Walden Lake Golf and Coun-
try Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive, Plant City.
Call (863) 834-6497.


It's 'Charliepalooza'
The Ford Amphitheatre at
the Florida State Fairgrounds
will rock with country style
when singers Charlie Daniels,
Josh Gracin, Jennifer Hanson,
Whiskey Falls, Mark Chesnut,
Keith Anderson, Halfway to
Hazard, Lady Antebellum,
Chris Cagle, Confederate Rail-
road and James Otto perform
starting at 1 p.m.
Tickets for "Charliepalooza"
are $14.95 for general admis-
sion and $64.95 to $44.95 for
reserved seats. Visitors are
asked to enter the fairgrounds
at U.S. 301 N. or Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Call
(813) 287-8844 for ticket in-
formation or go to www.live
nation.com or www.ticket
master.com.


Start Your Engines
Bikers and motorcyclist
lovers will converge on Plant
City from 5 to 9 p.m. for the
monthly Bike Fest. The event
is in and around Union Sta-
tion Welcome Center, 102 N.
Palmer St., and features mu-
sic, vendors and the roar of
motorcycles, old and new.
(813) 754-3707.

A Chorale Christmas
Enjoy an evening of holiday
music at "Christmas with the
Master Chorale" at 7:30 p.m.
in Ferguson Hall at Tampa
Bay Performing Arts Center,
1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place.
From beloved carols and
yuletide favorites to The Mas-
ter Chorale's "Musicological
Journey Through the Twelve
Days of Christmas," the con-
cert seeks to rouse holiday
spirits.
Tickets are $18, $26 and $36,
and available at www.master
chorale.com or by calling (813)
974-7726.
See THINGS TO DO, Page 7 N


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How to Avoid Total Knee

Replacement

presented by


Donald I. Serot, M.D.,
Orthopedic Surgeon, LRM


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Friday, Nov. 30, 2007
1:30 p.m.
Hitlsborough Community College
Plant City Campus
John R. Trinkle Multipurpose
Building
1206 North Park Road


Come Learn about a minimally invasive surgery
technique for osteoarthritis of the knee -
Unicompartmental Knee Resurfacing

Free and open to the public. Light refreshments

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Dec. 5


Bluegrass And Gospel
The Cross Point String Band
of Shelbyville, Tenn., will be
featured at a bluegrass gospel
concert at 7 p.m. at Harmony
Baptist Church, 6008 W.
Knights-Griffin Road, Plant



BETTY BRIGGS -

Continued From Page 4

serves on the LifePath Hos-
pice board of directors.
Group Has Good Time
In St. Petersburg.
PLANT CITY Their motto is
"having a good time" and .
that's just what the Redberry
Roadies of Plant City did at


City.
Admission is free but an
offering will be taken. Call
(813) 986-7165.
B Keyword: Entertain-
ment, for a searchable
database of events,
music, dining reviews and movie
times and locations.
Interested in having your enter-
tainment event included? Write
to Things To Do, George New-
man, The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
or e-mail gnewman@tampa
trib.com; or fax to (813) 865-4441.


the Salvador Dali Museum in
St. Petersburg. The club mem-
bers ate lunch at the Colum-
bia Restaurant on The Pier in
St. Petersburg and toured the
museum.

Have an event you would like to
see in this column? Send items to
gabylee@tampabay.rr.com or
mail to The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL
33563 or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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CLUB CLIPS
Club Clips lists meeting times for
clubs and organizations.

CUTLERY CLUB: The Gator Cut-
lery Club meets at 7 p.m. the
third Tuesday monthly at Lin-
da's Crab Shack, 200 E. Reyn-
olds St. Anyone interested in
knife collecting or wanting in-
formation is welcome to attend.
(813) 967-1471

WOMAN'S CLUB: The Woman's
Club of Plant City holds its reg-
ular meetings at 10:30 a.m. the
second Tuesday monthly at the
Woman's Club House, 1110 N.
Wheeler St. Board meetings are
9:30 a.m. the last Monday
monthly.

JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB: The
Plant City Junior Woman's Club
meets at 7 p.m. the second
Thursday monthly at the Wom-
an's Club House at 1110 N.
Wheeler St. (813) 928-0211

BERRY PATCH GUILD: The Berry
Patch Quilt Guild meets at 7:15
p.m. the second Thursday
monthly for a business meeting.
The club also meets from 10
a.m. to noon Wednesdays for a
sit-n-sew. The meetings are at
the Winter Visitors Center, 304
Dort St. (813) 752-0679


CIVITAN CLUB: The Plant City
Civitan Club meets at 6:45 a.m.
the first and third Thursday
monthly at the Orange Blossom
Tea Room, 106 S. Evers St. (813)
986-2827

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY:
Habitat for Humanity of Plant
City meets at 6 p.m. on the
third Monday monthly at Keller
Williams Realty, 1701 S. Al-
exander St. Call (813) 717-7946
or visit www.plantcityhabitat-
forhumanity.org.

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

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

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


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

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

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for willing hands to help with
sewing and stuffing teddy bears
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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
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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen (Chapel: liftf ,Imr. v .%.' "3w
Mount Olile: /113 ii IlJ tg.. Nv
Monmt Olhe: llrtin Ra -'.2S

APOSTOLIC
Asminblea Apoiolica:
flul :,(,,n Rd 3 --i',
Apostolic Church oljesus (ICi.-st
12`12 ktwi,.d 4 '51 i

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant LUe: Thnrtisf Rd
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Bethany: '1AVA Hu1nti t
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Caltary Fellonship:
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12UiA 1.her Rd,!. j -tai)02
Doter Firs-1: 'R i-- l: lit Rd, 6itfi'-i '-
Faith Femple: i-I t liiNhxbf.':cl.
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Faith Lighthouse: 3i4 'R .r39\ -52. I.Si
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Keissille: Si', '-o). -"'--6a)
Mount Zion:/ i l ,,'/,ln.M i R,l "'..i '/4
Pleasant Grote: 4irt/i Lrtt. i -'.d ')
Victory Worship (enter: i.tintirine Rd

S)dne): dra'eiRd, /d' 1On, t /
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,iaa: ha krhtl Ij"t I Pd. r/I S f i.

lallia Baptist: 2L_ '.aIii in Ir.h Rit

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Bere; i' 4 "i". 12Q1
Bethany: i rt: d 2' 'I'vr
Bethel: Sii ir A'eli/id -. -i .22i'i
Beulah:. I'i: 4.- C.',iuil lir'w 4'
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Bible.- i:Tudih unrff!i Rd '"52 2,-f'
Butrthuood Temple: [dih,lt lr r S' i-
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Calian Free Will. 3.i.) irpt.,viHjdr
Cedar Groe.i Ai'iiia ild '"" 1t'
(enu-al of Litdia: I' ir.cti i- AtEn,'i f;
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Community Christan:

Crossroads: 'iR 19' Pirkcecvt.
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Eas side: 13ltfl <(,.i1t,n 'i -5.f 4 /
East Thonotosta.sc: %lcit.i
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Faith Temple Prnitdie:

Fir-t Baptist Churth ol Miduay.

First Baptist Lithia: in7va.'/ :. n ',.i.A i 3
i//I'/a linr, 7i RliP "1'- /112/
First Plant (it): ii' N. ,dfnir -'1.- l/q
First Thonolo-.ssa Mitsiuonary:

Harmon) Baptist church :
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Hopeneamer it i
lopenell: 'i .i > -3'.
knights: I ad ii a G n,'it,,i Hi,'. -n )'" ) "
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Mount Moriah Freeill:
tirn'n. ..-a'iw'rn \i N--ij*'
Mount Moriah Frme-ill:
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Mount Oli.e: (j F U? if8l ". i4 1
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SL Luke Misiouanr: /'' i tta-rtrr/ v

SL Mar)'s Fretsil.iiihnitr" Kaimmr 'I

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Turke) Creek communityy Baptist Church.
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Welcome Baptistr /I i3 itl,.'th"i
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Uestsidt: -/' i Irt irai.ti'jl at.
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lhitehurst Rd: ,i A Ithlie'lthint A:iI


PREMITVE BAPTIST
Little Union: Lioit' t n,t 9.1

Salem Primihfe.
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CATHOUC
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CHURCH OF CHRIST
N uide R&d t i ul,4 ,Rd. -2. 2-~1
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Laura Sc / 1i, ; .t : I.. I i 2_.2 '.'?
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First 2/i iljni:.4lv., l2 NI.5 1

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(oniersione Chriti:an: .1i'lt.., A;


CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
NeT Grace: 12// i L.,.ir i

CHURCH OF GOD (Clveland. Term i
C(aar) Communim): i52i' vi.ih iV'.'' Rd
[Doler /A 'i, n, 'iL, 9 '.i 'i-i' '.
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CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson Indianal
kingswa Firt: 2.l'gehi.rwi V.
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EPISCOPAL
St. Peter s: 3(1/ .A i_ 9i


FULL GOSPEl.
Ne Testament Tabernade Minisitn:
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HOLINESS
Delierance Tabhernacle:
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Refuge Church of Our Lord:
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Full Gospel Tabernacle:
261t 'miionmii'. d 51-.. li
Restoration Asemnbl):
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L'angelisLs lorJes:tw Tabernacle:
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INTERDENOMINATIONAL
C.aiar Chapel Plant (it):
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13ji. l/ n I .n.; -19..),r'


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Cotenant Bible Church: IrUl I.t L.d.er Sit

Deeper ilfe Fellonship:
'tilz Ad Ir..',,i 1,
Rernal Outreach Center
22ig % [)etr id f.i5 LifP

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
kingdom Hall: 3202,V tlantuut.ltn.


LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of .leus C(hns LUS:
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LUTHERAN
Hope I(41M: 2iii Pairk Rli,. J i- 622
Lord oll ile El CA:
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NAZARENE
Plmant it) CommunirN Church of the
Nazamr-ne. 24t' i.tl, i 'ita .', ,i -' '. i'

NONDENOMINATIONAL
Full Goipel Fellowship:
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Full Go'.pel Fabernarle:
2J31 \iri,.,r"ds i,i .- i
Greater I oe Christian Center:
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Impact family) worship Center:
, d(i/ fl r [rfiTr,,lri
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kaamos International Church of lHonda-
',Ci kehfi'h. / "I i4.'
Grace Bible Ministries:
Il/-ill I[ /hi.IAr ,,' i' it' -.'i4.'2 ,
Union thrist Church:
/911 V Lint '.t 0') J'tI
touman's Praise and Worship Center.
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Hol) Protection Orthodox (hurih:
3i.N! w ali K AJ LIoser tij'i R(I j

PENITECOSTAL
Greater HeightL- Fanil) Worship (enter.
/.1t1 (awimon, Ad "i4-A i
Littuig Waters Foursquare Church.
,4' f'i \ Ii f v '1i5"-i. .1
Nen Hope Worship Center:
,'i{ IIIt, iiu -560i

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churchh ol the thing God:-
If it /e hv h)"f '4 i-i

PRESBYTERIAN
Etangtlical Plant Cit):
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FuIst Prsbh)terian Plant (it).
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SANCTIFIED HOLINESS
all with God M initqny


SEVENITH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (it: rI? wrm, t'nr\ fOr


SEVENTY TlMES SEVEN
MINISTRIES, mc
"SWE" I 'Single .Again fedUouhip
& L'angelism" I
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First: hi Ii t*I.'ri ,. J .d "- .i' .,. '

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
SL Mark United Church:
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UNITED METHODIST
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Irinit) Plant (it):
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WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant (it:
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HONOR ROLL
Honor Roll is a listing of students
who are named to honor rolls at local
schools.

Springhead Elementary

These students made the
principal's honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period:
THIRD GRADE: Benji Padgett,,
Riley Smith, Emily Fuhrer, Mi-


chael Govreau, Hunter Maxwell,
Ryan Lewis, Megan Todd, Renay
Slone and Brooke Everhart.
FOURTH GRADE. Melissa
Aguilar, Toni Zappia, Leslie
Fragoso, Kayla Johnson, David
Lamoreaux, Patrick Bowles,
Kenlee Andreu and Morgan
Langston.
FIFTH GRADE: Courtney
Beahn, Ashley Calkins, Sean
Fuhrer, Cadie Maxwell, Lacy
Zapata, Halle Braden, Caitlyn


Kent, Brittany Nesbitt, Haley
Burleson, Justine Reeves, Jenni-
fer Leon and Hannah Smith.

Walden Lake
Elementary

These students made the
principal's honor roll for the first
nine-week grading period:
THIRD GRADE: Blake Dunn,
Caleb Maldonado, Savannah


Shaw, Lauren Daley, Jacey
Hooker, Jourdain Cole, John
Valenzuela, Emily Ryan, Rosa Lia
Boiser, Arden White and Kiran
Gordan.
FOURTH GRADE- Korey Cof-
fey, Madison Manley, Nicholas
Palestrini, Olivia. Dwyer, Abby
Miller, Kaylan Kelly, Emily,
Cheng, Trinity Lester, Shelby
Baerwalde, Garrett Johnson,
Joshua Sanders, Cameron
Schneider, Katelyn Scott and


Chyna McFarlane.
FIFTH GRADE: Michelle Dau-
bach, Noelle Dietrich, Vickie
Nguyen, Ngocquynh Tran, Page
Adams, Megan Harris, Brianna
Hostutler, Serenity Lash, Kasi
Maguire, Danzell Rolle, Reid
Adams, Kaitlyn Goodall, Andrew
Hakkarainen, Sarah Subko, Evan
Crowell, DJ. PeQueen, Ryce
Peterson, Chelsea Baker, Taylor
Michael, Adam Payne, Domi-
nique Cook and Elizabeth Toth.


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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday Vigil Mass
4pm English
Sunday Masses
7am &10:30am
English
8:30am & 7pm
Spanish
1104 N. Alexander St. R
Plant City. FL 33563
i01i 1-4. Exri 21 Sourl I
(813)752-8251
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 Io 5 years old
iB1i754-1237 or i ui478-1185


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Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 English St..
Plant City
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am
Pastor's Signs
"'When War Widl
Be No More"
Sermon December 2,2007
For LifeGroups
lime: jnd Loc~.t r>n call
813-752-9316
ww.WinEstablishEquip.org


Turkey Creek
First Baptist Church
1,':) \ W Trapnell R.),Jal
Plant Ciri FI. i3i66
Phone 813- 52--890 or 813--2--:850
Sunday
lill1t- trdJ For .,ill j 0:, I'olam
NM'lrning 'xo.rshp I0 ,i.unm
Di',iple.'hip Trairung. l 0pm
EL-erung lDorship O00Opm
Wednesday
Family nDner '- SOpm
PrA.cr Mccing 6- 1ipm
'i.uth Bible Stud) (6 30pm
TkamKjds 6 tlopm
(hoLr Rchtjaral "l.pmn
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First United
Methodist
Church of
Plant City
303 N. Ever Street
Downtown Plant City.
754-3519
WORSHIP HOLIRS
. C) am Chapel Commurunon
'9 LNI am Con temporary Woru-hip In
The '1e-lc Centre
10 IHi am iurndav Schlooh
Chslden Adult
11 O am Traditional WVorhip In
The Sanctua.ir,
Sunday Evenings
Souhi Small Groups.& W%',hp
6-00 8:00 pm
Wednesday Evenings
Youth Fellowship, P.O.WE.R. Kids
Prme Time Dinner Adult Sturd)
6.01 8.00 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
n .. Fin ChurchflIartCitvm muF.pai. rrnlom
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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 6-30rim 'm
Women s Scrapbooking Club
Wednesday Worship 6-15 p.m.
Activalies ior Children
& Studenis- 6-00 p m.
905W. Terrace Dr...m .r,,T.,. i ia
752-8345



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


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COVER STORY


Photos by KEVIN HOWE
Plant City band member Jennifer Cope, left, puts her clarinet together with help from Deidre Mercer before a recent football game.



Marching Raiders Step Up


The band's young instructor
relates to his students, energizes
them and brings new life to the
Plant City High music program.

By PAUL CATALA
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY It has only been a year, but the Plant
City Raiders are marching to a different tune.
Under the baton of second-year music in-
structor Ian Peacock, the Marching Raider Band has
gone up-tempo, building its music program with what
one student called "a new soul."
Over the past two years, the 85-member Marching
Raiders have scored superior ratings across the board
in regional marching band competitions, raised the
concert band's ratings two positions and made two
superiors at an Oct. 20 marching band competition in
Ocala.
This month, the melodies got even merrier, as the
R 'aiders-band.received an overall excellent rating at the


Members of the Plant City High School marching band perform at halftime during the
game against Newsome High School at Newsome.
































The Raiders band, performing at a football game, received an overall excellent rating at
the Florida Band Association Marching Assessment recently at Bloomingdale High School.


lan Peacock, a 2001 Plant High School graduate, spent a lot of time one-on-
one with students to bring up the concert and marching bands' ratings.


7 don't try to make life all cupcakes and butterflies. I signal out stuff that

needs attention and we address problems in a positive way."
IAN PEACOCK
Plant City High School music instructor


Florida Band Association
Marching Assessment at
Bloomingdale High School.
Plant City joined more than 23
marching bands and nearly
15,000 people at the festival,
and had superior ratings in
percussion and band auxiliary
performance.
The successes have been a
treat, said Peacock, who at 25
is one of the youngest band
directors in Hillsborough
County.
A 2001 Plant High School
graduate who grew up, in Tam-
pa, Peacock said his goal in his
first full-time directing posi-
tion was to get students moti-
vated into music. A member of
the Plant band playing clarinet
and trombone, Peacock said
he remembered the feelings of
accomplishment when all'the
notes fell into place.
"When I started last year,*
only 33 kids showed up for
band camp. I was kind of
scared," said Peacock, who al-I
so works double duty, teaching
music at Tomlin Middle.
School in the morning before
heading to Plant City High.
"It's been a lot of work
building the program. I don't
try to make life all cupcakes
and butterflies. I signal out
stuff that needs attention and
we address problems in a posi-
tive way.


Peacock said he immedi-
atelyv went to work with the
S- concert band,-spending more
one-on-one time with stu-
dents and bringing their rat-
ings up two points lastyear. He
did the same with marching
band and in regional competi-
Lions last year at King High
i .School, the band chalked up
v, straight ls. the highest ratings.
The changes with the
Marching Raiders haven't
gone unnoticed by Peacock's
peers.
"'-m'.,-"~ Brian Dell, Gaither band di-
rector for four years, worked
vlih Peacock at that school
three years ago. He said Pea-
cock's ability to build Plant
City's band has been inspiring.
He cares about the kids and
he's young, laid-back, which
keeps the students excited and
energetic," he said.
That energy carried over in-
to a special Veterans Day con-
cert at the Tomlin band shell
Nov. 10 and the band will
march in the Plant City Christ-
i mas Parade Dec. 7, followed by
Photos. by KEV IN HOWVE a holiday concert in the Plant
Plant City High's marching band mom Kendale Sellers unrolls protective seat covers in the bleachers C iry High auditorium Dec. 11.
for band members before a game at Newsome High School in October. led Hope, supervisor of
middle and secondary school
Peacock, who holds a bach- freshman, symphonic, jazz the Hillsborough County music for Hillsborough public
elor of music and performance and marching bands. After in- School District's Web site schools, said Peacock has
degree from the University of terning at Gaither, Plant and prompted him to apply for a "breathed new life" into the
South Florida,. oversees music b btll ge 14 D
SouF ovrse musi East Bay high schools and the job with the Plapt Ci It band.
for about '200. .,.. ....P~r , _ o ,,-,,-- .... -_ ;te 41. ~ d gel14
...... .... rfierityofalihpa, 'ah -d oTRWI wlh~s an.83-year history.







HEALTH NOTES
PARKINSON'S SUPPORT: A
Parkinson's disease support
group meets from 1:30-3:30
p.m. the first Tuesday monthly
at First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St. (813)
431-1422.

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 group is designed to
help the loved ones of those
with mental illness but is open
to anyone who is interested in.
supporting mental health issues.
For information, call (813) 571-
9811. For information 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. 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:
Free blood pressure checks: 1
to 2 p.m. Tuesday at the com-
munity resource center (main
hospital lobby). No appointment
necessary.
Cholesterol screenings: 2 to 3
p.m. fourth Tuesday monthly in
community resource center
(main hospital lobby). Cost is
$20. No appointment necessary.
Diabetes Support Group: 5 to


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.
BLOOD DONOR SERVICES: The
Florida Blood Services donor
center in Strawberry Plaza, 1902
James L. Redman Parkway, is
open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday through Thursday. Call
(727) 568-1166.
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Hope said that with only
one feeder school in the
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earlier direction of that pro-
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Peacock, who is the only
music professional in his
family, congratulated the
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tunes. As he put his alto
saxophone away, student
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By RAYREYES
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others as executive director of
United Food Bank & Services
of Plant City, but Linda Law-
son said the charitable work
also has enriched her spirit.
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more than a year.
"I've enjoyed this better
than anything I've ever done,"
she said. "But I know in my
heart it's time."
Time, Lawson said, to retire.
She made her announce-
ment Nov. 19 at a party cele-
brating the eighth anniversary
of the food bank at 712 E.
Alsobrook St..
Kelleigh Klein, a member of
the food bank's board of direc-
tors, will replace Lawson on
Dec. 3.
Food bank volunteers at the
party joked that it would "take
some big feet" to fill Lawson's
shoes. Klein, Lawson said,
"wears the same size." Klein
emerged as the top choice
after an extensive candidate
search by an independent
panel, Lawson said.
"You pass the baton to
someone else and you hope
they're a good runner," Law-
son told Klein at the party.
"And she is. Here's the baton.
You run with it, girl."
The incoming executive di-
rector said she is looking for-
ward to starting her new job
and continuing Lawson's
work.
"Just seeing what [Lawson]
has done, she's a pioneer,"
said Klein, the former devel-
opment and events coordina-
tor for the Johnnie B. Byrd Sr.
Alzheimer's Center & Research


Institute in Tampa. "I feel very
blessed to continue that role."
Klein graduated with a de-
gree in exercise and sports
science from the University of
Florida and said she was
drawn to the food bank be-
cause of her background in
coordinating community
health outreach programs for
South Florida Baptist Hospital.
Klein is known for her pro-
fessional and volunteer work.
She was once an aide to former
House Speaker Johnnie B.
Byrd Jr., and for three years has
emceed the Greater Plant City
Chamber of Commerce's
monthly breakfast meetings.
She takes over in the midst
of the food bank's annual holi-
day food drive, which typically
brings in about 50,000 pounds
of donated groceries and other
items.
"If I'm going to learn, now's
the time," Klein said. "You get
in there and it's sink or swim."
After the holidays, she said
she will continue one of Law-
son's pet projects: expanding
the food bank's role to not only
meet the nutritional needs of
the community but also its
educational needs.
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"plugged in" to. continuing ed-
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high schools, Klein said. Cli-
ents will be taught how to
"dress for success" and how to
enter or re-enter the work
force, she said.
Klein and the board of direc-
tors also will continue to seek
funding for a bigger facility.
The food bank's space mea-
sures about 1,000 square feet,
but a 4,000-square foot build-
ing would have enough space
for a classroom and a ware-
house to store and distribute
food, Klein said.
When she takes over Dec. 3,
Klein said she plans to have
four new volunteers in tow.
Her sons, Christopher, 23, No-
ah, 16, Jared, 14, and Jacob, 11,
will spend time volunteering at
the food bank.
Their mother is absolutely
certain they will say yes.
"That's a guarantee," Klein
said, "and they know it."
While Klein adjusts to her
new role, Lawson said she
plans to remain involved with
the chamber of commerce and
working to establish a voca-
tional-technical school in


FOOD BANK FACTS
United Food Bank & Services
opened its doors Sept. 1, 1999.
Linda Lawson. born and
raised in the Plant City area.
founded it to help consolidate
efforts of local churches and
other organizations that want-
ed to help the needy
Lawson strives to screen
clients to avoid those who
may try to take advantage of
the food bank's generosity.
"We don't offer a handout: we
offer a hand up," she said.
The food bank has distribut-
ed more than 1.6 million
pounds of food to about 46,000
individuals
At least 95 percent of its
clients are below poverty
guidelines; the rest have fallen
on hard times temporarily

Plant City. When Klein needs
it, Lawson said she will be
there to mentor her successor.
- In her free time, Lawson
plans to spend time with her
husband, Bill, sons Billy Jr., 43,
and Tim, -41, daughter Krysta
Stafford, 36, and her grand-
children.
- "I'll be busy," Lawson said.
"I'm not winding down, I'm
gearing up for the rest of my
life."
Grace. Evans, a longtime
food bank volunteer, said it


saddens her to see Lawson go.
"I don't want to cry," Evans
said. "She will be missed."
The food bank has distribut-
ed more than 1.6 million
pounds of food since Lawson
founded it in 1999.
Commissioner Bill Dodson,
who attended the Nov. 19 par-
ty, shared Evans' sentiments
about Lawson and praised her
efforts in making the food
bank so successful that the
1,000-square-foot building can
barely hold the thousands of
pounds of food donated fre-
quently by the community.
Lawson "should be congrat-
ulated for creating that prob-
lem" for Klein to fix, Dodson
said.
Future success for the food
bank is assured with Klein at
the helm, Lawson said. The
outgoing executive director
then paused for a moment to
reflect on her years with the
organization.
"Along the way, lives were
touched and needs were met,"
she said. "We offered hope to
people who didn't have hope.
It's been an awesome jour-
ney."
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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Two women
received their keys this month
as Habitat for Humanity ded- -
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city.
Etta James and Melanie Bet- -
tis took possession of their
Drane Street homes during a
ceremony attended by volun- T ,l
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in the construction of the
three-bedroom, two-bath
homes were given plaques and
certificates for their contribu-
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dedication ceremony, helped
in clearing and construction of
the properties.
Don Rainard, the outgoing
chairman and co-founder of
the Plant City Habitat chapter,
praised the many volunteers.
More than 150 volunteers
worked to prepare the land
and build the homes. Included
in that effort, with more than
500 hours donated, were the
owners of the homes.
"After all this time every-
thing has come together,"
James said. "Finally I have a
home I can call my own: Now I
can relax. I didn't sleep at all
last night. I was just too excit-
ed."
James, a single mother, has
two sons, Channing, 17, and
Clarence, 16.
"With all this work, I gained
a mortgage and more respon-
sibility than I have ever had in
my whole life," she said with a
laugh. "It comes with a lot of
love, a lot of help and a lot of
hard work."
Bettis was equally thrilled.
"It feels wonderful. Like in a
dream," she said. "I didn't


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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household toolboxes and tools from Ken Mullis, right.


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Bettis, 28, is a single mother
whose 9-year-old son, Jake,
attends the nearby Lincoln El-
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International Studies. As she
sat in the noonday sun, staring


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in her eyes. She held a hand-
sown sampler that read:
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home There is joy in the
home."
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unteers who visit Plant City
from Ithaca, N.Y., mailed the
sampler to Bettis through Pat
Ulin, a Plant City Habitat vol-
unteer coordinator. The Hick-
mans worked on the home and
Bettis plans to have them over
for dinner and a tour when
they visit Plant City in January.
"That's the thing about
Habitat. You don't just build
houses; you build relation-


ships," Bettis said.
Former Mayor John Dicks
spoke briefly on the history of
Habitat For Humanity.
Since its founding in 1976
Habitat has helped provide
low-income families with af-
fordable housing, Dicks said.
Habitat has built more than
200,000 houses, sheltering
more than 1 million people in
* more than 3,000 communities
worldwide, Dicks said.
"In keeping with the goals of
the city, Habitat helps families
that would otherwise find diffi-
culty in purchasing homes at
an affordable price," he said.


City Commissioner Dan
Raulerson spoke on behalf of
the city. Commissioner Robert
Brown, a frequent advocate of
the Habitat effort, compli-
mented the latest effort.
The dedication ceremony,
also consisted of the release of
butterflies and a planting, a
blessing of the homes, a pre-
sentation of household tools,
ribbon cutting and key pre-
sentations, a closing prayer
and a white dove release.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
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"Lights of Love"
South Florida Baptist Hospital Foundation presents the 9th Annual "Lights of Love" holiday
music program and tree lighting ceremony. join us at McCall Park in downtown Plant City for
this festive occasion. Mayor Rick Lott will serve as emcee for the event. Proceeds benefit the
Pediatric Department at South Florida Baptist Hospital. Photos with Santa will available for $5.
For more information, call (81 3) 757-8478.
Thursday, December 6, 5:30-7:30pm
Tree lighting at 6:45pm


Diabetes Education Support Group
For more information or to enroll, call Lisa Finley
at (813) 757-8202 for this class only.
First Tuesday of every month, 5-6pm
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Cost: Free

Free Blood Pressure Check
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No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby

Cholesterol Screening
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Fourth Tuesday of every month, 2-3pm
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $20

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support group meeting. There will be
times for mothers and fathers to share
together and separately. Call Anita Pippin
at (813) 362-6972 for this class only.
4th Thursday of the month, 7pm
Cafeteria Conference Room


Baby Care Class
Teaching new parents what to expect
after delivery of their newborn. Call
(813) 754-444 to register.
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Family That Owned
Slain Pigs Ups Ante
With no new leads and no
break in the case, the family of
two 13-year-old sisters who
found their baby pigs slain on
their property decided to turn
up the heat by placing an
eye-catching, half-page news-
paper advertisement.
The ad, which declares
"$3,000 Reward" in bold let-
ters across the top, ran in the
Plant City Courier & Tribune
on Nov. 21, exactly one month
after media reports were first
published about the slaying
of piglets Rebel and Dixie. A
photo of the baby pigs ran
with the ad.
"We want to get someone's
attention," said Jamie Farkas,
mother of Lindsey and Leann
Farkas.
The sisters went to feed the
6- to 8-week-old pigs about
9:30 a.m. Oct. 20 when they
discovered that someone had
broken into their locked pen


overnight and killed the small
* animals. The pigs appeared to
have been stabbed and muti-
lated, police said.-
Lindsey and Leann were
raising the pigs for the 2008
Florida Strawberry Festival,
Farkas said.
Shortly after hearing about
Rebel and Dixie, the Humane
Society of the United States
offered a $2,500 reward for
information leading to the
arrest and conviction of any-
one involved in killing and
mutilating the animals. The
family collected $500 from
friends and neighbors to bring
the reward up to $3,000, Far-
kas said.
The family expects to run
the ad, which cost $192.50, at
least one more time before the
end of the year, Farkas said.
Plant City police Sgt. Jim
Watkins, who is investigating,
said it is uncommon for peo-
ple or families to run large ads
in local newspapers announc-
ing rewards especially in
cases involving animals.


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Johnnie B. Byrd Sr.
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disease.
Prostko said she put out
word of the need and before
she knew it, a thousand plush
toys had been donated. "We
have this huge pile and now
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she said.
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Plant City, is development
coordinator at the Johnnie B.
Byrd Sr. Alzheimer's Center
and Research Institute. The
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bears, particularly around the
holidays. She also hopes some
of the bears can be distributed
to people with Down's syn-


drome because they often will
develop Alzheimer's, she said.
Prostko said she started the
drive by contacting legal orga-
nizations, including the Plant
City Bar Association, for help.
As word circulated, bears
started pouring in from legal
circles all over the state, in-
cluding from judges in
Brooksville who happened to
see a flier during a visit to St.
Petersburg. Other groups
outside the legal community'
stepped up as well, including
Walden Lake Early Learning
Center, First Baptist Early
Learning Center, Linda's Little
People, Children's Nest Day
School and other-,s.
Students from Stetson Col-
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Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections office
Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Buddy Johnson addresses a class at Plant City High
School on Oct. 31. The elections office said 159 students signed voter registration applications.


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lege of Law donated five hand-
made teddy bears that will be
auctioned off to raise money
for research, she said.
The Rough Riders of Tampa
Bay will help distribute the
teddy bears to the elderly with
dementia or Alzheimer's over
the holiday season, but more
adult volunteers are needed,
she said. Most of the bears will
be dropped off at senior cen-
ters, which will give them to
the patients, Prostko added.
To lend a helping hand, call
her at (813) 319-4127 or e-mail
vprostko@byrdinstitute.org
Dave Nicholson

Association Rmembers
Boy At Dedication
PLANT CITY Redlands
Christian Migrant Association
remembered a child whose
life was too brief as it dedicat-
ed its newly expanded child-
care center off Sam Allen
Road.
The ceremonies included a
remembrance of Robert E.
Morris Jr., a severely disabled
Plant City boy who lived only
a couple of years, said Matt
Bokor, spokesman for the
association. Robert's father


was inspired by his son's chal-
lenges and brief life to help
establish a center for disabled
children, Bokor said. The
association leased and then
bought the building in the
1990s.
Members of the Morris
family were on hand for the
dedication of the 2,800-
square-foot expansion of the
center, 2701 De Montmollin
Road. Redlands Christian
provides child care and early
education for about 1,600
children of migrant and rural
low-income families in Hills-
borough County.
Speakers at the Nov. 19
dedication included Redlands
executive director Barbara
Mainster, whose husband, the
late Wendell N.. Rollason,
helped found the organization
in 1965 in the Redlands area
near Miami. Children at the
center sang "Twinkle, Twinkle
Little Star."
With the expansion, the
Sam Allen Child Development
Center can accommodate up
to 52 children, infants to 5-
year-olds. The center's previ-
ous capacity was 20 children.
The association provides
children of migrant workers a
safe place to go while their
parents work in the fields. The
association, which expanded
into Hillsborough County in
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Students To Make Voices
Heard At Ballot Box
Students at Plant City High
School got a pep talk on the
importance of voter registra-
tion.
Hillsborough County Su-
pervisor of Elections Buddy
Johnson visited the school
Oct. 31 as part of a fall high
school voter registration drive.
Johnson's office said 159 Plant
City High students filled out
voter registration applications.
The High School Senior
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tions office and the Hillsbor-
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Since the program's in-
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elections office has received
more than 10,000 voter regis-
trations from Hillsborough
County high school students.
"My office is doing every-
thing in our power to get the
youth of Hillsborough County
excited about the voting pro-
cess," Johnson, a member of a
longtime Plant City family,
said in a statement. "It is now
up to everyone ... to encour-
age the future leaders of our
community to actually cast a
ballot and make their voices
be heard."
Dave Nicholson

Winery Presents Jazz
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With Christmas fast ap-
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Keel & Curley Winery decided
that they wanted more than
just season's greetings to fill
the air.
Owner Joe Keel and opera-
tions manager Vicki Shearer
opted for jazz, not jingle bells,
to attract a crowd at the win-


ery at 5210 W. Thonotosassa
Road.
Jazz musician Stacey
Knights plays Sunday for the
second concert of the winery's
Music Under the Stars series.
General admission tickets,
which do not include a meal,
are $15. Dinner/show tickets
are $35, $45 or $55 depending
on seating. Doors open for
dinner guests at 5:30 p.m. and
general admission at 6:30 p.m.
Knights will play well- -
known Christmas classics and
original music. The saxophon-
ist has released three albums
and cites jazz legend Thelo-
nious Monk as one of her
influences.
Keel & Curley makes 16
varieties of wine and 95 retail-
ers in Florida carry the prod-
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For information, call Keel &
Curley Winery at (813) 752-
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The gardens were
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Everyone old enough has
heard of the Kennedy com-
pound, but we haven't seen
many photos. I'm sure they
have gardens, but I would bet
they don't come within a mile
of matching those of this fam-
ily compound in Plant City..
Alice and Wayne Lord live
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her sisters were raised. She
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ago."
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the other begins. Lord said she
cannot take all the credit.
"We've done it all together,"
she said. "Wayne built the
trellises, and we laid all the
stones and brick edging our-
selves."
The gardens were awarded
the Plant City Garden Club's
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Tampa Hitting Academy is of- self-defense and more for all (813) 598-8809. T had W a
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at (813) 205-8241. faca@hotmail.com. bay.rr.com or (813) 767-9557. And after opening in the period Aug. 1, 2006 through
AGES 13-U:- Former major-lea- GOLF: PGA teaching profession- And after opening in the period Aug. 1,2006 through
guer Jim Osting is seeking elite al Tom Egan offers group in- Golf first game of the finale, he July 31, 2007. During the
players with travel experience struction for ages 7-17. Call knew a string of strikes was same period, there were
for an AAU team. Call (813) (813) 763-2654 or visit ace- WESLEY CHAPEL A four-player necessary for that oh-so- 16,635 approved regular and
404-1775. golf.com. scramble to benefit Wesley difficult 800. eight Sport 800 series. Those
AGES 13-U: The Tampa Dawgs KICKBALL: The Plant City Recre- Chapel High baseball is sched- "I rolled the next eight compare to 56,212 approved
need experienced players. Call ation & Parks Department is uled Dec. 8 at Quail Hollow Golf strikes," Whidden said. "I got 300 games and 17,612 ap-
Jim Douglas at (813) 917-8343. conducting registrations for & Country Club. Call Chuck seven pins on the first ball in proved 800s in regular
AGES 13-U: The Tampa Matrix boys and girls 16 and older. Yingling at (813) 391-8182. the 10th, spared it, then leagues and tournaments
need experienced players. Call Contact Larry Langston at (813) struck for the 800." and 33 perfect games and
Andy Northrup at (813) 244- 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or Ilang- Miscellaneous Whidden began the 279 two 800s in Sport Bowling in

BASEBALL- The Plant City Recre- with the first nine strikes the previous season.
Basketball Softball ation and Parks Department will before "letting up" on the Not since the 1985-86
host an organizational meeting ball and leaving the 10 pin season had the number of
AGES 9-14: Southeast Basketball AGES 6-17: The North Tampa Dec. 18. Contact Larry Langston on the first ball in the 10'h. 300s and 800s dropped. In
Academy will conduct a devel- Leaguerettes slowpitch organi- at llangston@plantcitygov.com Prior to his first 800, Whid- all, USBC issued 130,537
opmental clinic for boys and zation will conduct registrations or (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302. den's highest series was a regular high-score recogni-
girls Dec. 26-28. Call Mike through Saturday. Visit tampa- OFFICIATING: The Plant City 791 rolled in March at Flori- tion honors. Those included
McManamey at (813) 785-6878. softball.net or call (813) 968- Recreation & Parks Department da Lanes. The 800 raised his 21,416 for 299s, 8,053 for 298s
GRADES 4-8: The Tampa Bay 9841, Ext. 102. is hiring new and.experienced average from 224 to 227. and 32,876 for 11 strikes in a
Inferno will conduct condition- AGES 12-U: The Tampa Heart- umpires 18 and older for adult Meanwhile at Oakfield row. This was the last season
ing and training camps for boys breakers need one player. Call softball. Contact Larry Langston Lanes, Tony Jones also at- 299s and 28s will be consid-
and girls through December. Rudy Serafini at (813) 334-2859 at (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or tained the 800 mark with a ered separate honor scores.
Call Harold Givens at (813) 991- or Pat Affrunti at (727) 409- Illangston@plantcitygov.com. tainted the 800 mark with a ered separate honor scores
9933, Mike Bristow at (813) 9683. REUNION: The Town 'N Country 279-811 in the Alvarez They now move within the
601-0426 or visit eteamz.ac- AGES 14-U: The USA Patriots Packers are seeking alumni for a Plumbing League. 11-strikes-in-a-row category.
tive.com/tbi. need players. Contact Mike 40th anniversary celebration Other good scores for the
GRADES 4-8: The University of Galinski at (727) 556-3200 or next year. Call (813) 885-7738 men at Oakfield were Andy AMF UNIVERSITY: Darin Hays
South Florida is registering boys mgalinski@americaii.com. or visit rho_doug2000@hot- Shultz 288-781, Mike Devore and Shaina Schwartz were
for Stan Heath's Future Bulls AGES 16/18-U: The Tampa mail.com. 269-722, Reggie Mitchell Sr. the stars for the men and
Basketball League. Call (813) Heartbreakers need a pitcher SPEED WALKING: An eight-week 279-718, Scott Eder 279-713, women last week.
974-3252 or visit futurebull- and shortstop. Contact Al Bow- cardio-walking program will Scott Epperson 267-703, Al Hays went 279-767 to lead
s.com. man at (813) 404-3502 or begin Thursday. Contact Lynn Kennon 267-673, Ed Tanis the men, followed by Jay
alb@mortgagecommentary.com. Gray at (813) 961-9347 or 279-670, Jeremy Calkins 279, Vogt 278-748, Billy Kelly Jr.
FootballCheerleading Igray88@yahoo.com. Eric Elkins 278, Don Marsee 255-748, Casey Wood 278-
Tennis TENNIS: Two county associa- 269, Robbie Marsee 268 and 725, Mike Maine 277-646 and
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat tions are seeking players. E-mail Rob Mitchell 264. Terry Cooper 231-609.
All-Stars have cheerleading AGES 5-UP: A USNTA certified sjeepstr@tampabay.rr.com for Women leaders were Ste- Schwartz led the women
openings at all levels for boys professional offers private les- Hillsborough and chill.ten-
and girls. Call Linda Martinez at sons. Call (813) 486-8909 or nis@gmail.com for Pasco. phanie Talley 276-663, with 228-648, while Tonya
(813) 558-6675 or visit flori- e-mail coachvalencia@msn.com. Send announcements at least Debbie Parham 264-629, Smiley went 223-613, Selena
dawildcatallstars.com. AGES 14-16: The Plant City Rec- two weeks in advance via e-mail Denise Sneed 224-596, Melo- Santana 227-596, Jodi
AGES 5-16: The South Shore reaction and Parks. Department (sports@tampatrib.com), fax dy Williams 245-579, Ursula Moores 200-577 and Nezetta
Junior Longhorns need players, will conduct registrations (813) 259-8148 or mail to The Chapman 234-552, Lynn Page 211-504.
and cheerleaders. The new through Dec. 5 for boys and Tampa Tribune Sports Dept., Simpson 234, Barbara Martin
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Alice Lord's sister and brother-in-law, Margie and Joe LeHeup, live next door. Their side porch faces a
wide, straight driveway that looks more like a private street.


FAMILY GARDENS

Continued From Page 29

Award.
Alice Lord's sister and
brother-in-law, Margie and
Joe LeHeup, moved next door
in 1992, and the two couples
started coordinating their
efforts. Both houses face the
street but are long and narrow
on narrow lots. They put a
paved, one-lane driveway
from the street to the garden
entrance that looks like a pri-
vate street. Both houses have
side porches, as well as garag-
es that face the drive, and the
Lords also have a covered area
or carport often used for fami-
ly functions..
When the house beyond
LeHeup's went up for sale in
2001, their daughter Diane
Metzger bought it and moved
in.
The plants around the
houses would be enough to
qualify them as excellent gar-
dens, but the shaded area that
stretches across the back of all
three properties is a series of
wonderful, whimsical gardens
with excellent design and
amazing flair, especially in the
use of garden furniture, fenc-
es, signs and displays of an-
tique treasures among the
thriving plants.
When asked about those
holding up in the weather,
See FAMILY GARDENS, Page 2I!-


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Joe LeHeup's home
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Alice Lord said, "Sometimes I
paint, use spar urethane or do
nothing. It's amazing how
long they last, even when you
do nothing. You call them
antiques; I call them other
people's junk. Ninety percent
of all the items in the gardens-
come from yard sales, thrift
stores, discarded items by the
side of the road or gifts from
family and friends.
"Our gardens are very cost
effective," she said. "All of the
stone paths, brick edging and


patios were bought at a sec-
onds yard. This is something
anyone can do. I also root
some of our plants. Some
multiply, and we separate.
Friends and family give us
plants."
The hot weather that lin-
gered right up until their gar-
dens were showcased in the
Plant City Garden Tour in
October didn't cause damage.
"It's never too hot for me to
work in the garden," Alice
said.
Between the buildings and
the property-line fence,
among many lovely plants is
one of the neatest potting
areas you'll see. It includes
sinks, rain barrels, a mailbox


painted with flowers and the
words "Garden Tools" and a
large aluminum table that
Wayne Lord found for $25.
Margie LeHeup's section of
the back garden includes a-
pomelo tree that was loaded
with large fruits during the
garden tour. "We've just been
waiting until after the tour to
start picking and eating
them," she said. "But our
gardens are always open, and
anyone is welcome to visit."
(Got to www.gardensflorida
.com for the address.)
"We follow the rules and
only water once a week, ex-
cept for hand-watering. We
don't fertilize much," Alice
Lord said.


When asked the secret of
their success, she pointed to
the heavens and said, "He
makes it grow like this, the
great master gardener."

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Alice Lord has had a Vanilla
Ice bougainvillea for about
four years, and it is growing in
a large container. She prunes
it to keep its shape, which she
sais isn't needed often. It
blooms for about eight
months, from October until
May or June.
"I do give that plant [Mira-
cle-Gro] Bloom Booster, and I
water it every day in dry
weather," she said.
Because bougainvilleas are
not reliably hardy in this area,
I'm sure she also covers it
when frost threatens, but that
is easy because it stays rela-
tively small and compact.
Bougainvilleas need full sun,
but they are fairly drought-
tolerant.

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Alice Lord has nurtured this
vanilla ice bougainvillea

plants, and water as needed.
Maybe if we get our boxes
and sheets ready, frost won't
come. If it does, water well the
day before. Well-watered
plants have much more resis-
tance.
Some of us are noticing
much more fungus disease
and insects on our green
beans and tomatoes this fall.
Never touch bean plants when
they are wet because this can
spread disease. Ours got it
anyway. I am hoping they will
do better in spring.
Prune shrubs a little bit
when you have time, except
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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR
Community Calendar is a listing of
community events.

This Week

TOYS FOR TOTS: Registration
ends Friday at the Plant City
Family Support and Resource
Center, 809 W. Renfro St., for
assistance from the Toys for
Tots program Registration hours
are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For
eligibility requirements and
other details, call the center, at
(813) 764-0694.

Saturday

BIKE SAFETY: A bicycle safety
class is from 10 a.m.-noon Sat-
urday at the Plant City Family
Support and Resource Center,
809 W. Renfro St. Each child
who finishes the class will be
fitted with a free bicycle helmet.
Call (813) 764-0694.

December

FRUITCAKE SALE: Supporters of
the Plant City Cornerstone Cen-
ter are selling fruitcakes
through Dec. 17. Prices are $45
for a 5-pound fruitcake, $25 for
a 21/2-pound cake, and $13 for 1
pound. Money raised by the sale
will be used to help restore the
more than 80-year-old building.
Call (813) 754-9526 or (813)
752-0890.

CHRISTMAS ART: The East
Hillsborough Art Guild's 16th
annual A Christmas Showing of
Art, including a wine and cheese
reception, will be from 5-7 p.m.
Dec. 6 at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive. Admission is free. Artists
will be on hand and there will be
opportunities to win art. An
optional dinner at the country
club will follow after the recep-
tion for a cost of $15 to $20. For
dinner reservations, call the
country club at (813) 752-1171,
Ext. 227.

TREE LIGHTING: The communi-"
ty Christmas tree lighting cere-
mony will be 6:45 p.m. Dec. 6 in
McCall Park at Collins and Drane
streets. The ceremony will in-
clude holiday choir music. From
5:30-7:30 p.m., children can
have their pictures taken with
Santa for $5 at Billie's Craft
Supplies & Gifts, 108 N.E. Drane
St. Drane will be closed between
Palmer and Collins streets at 4
p.m. so risers for choir members
can be placed in the street. The
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Foundation is selling sponsor-
ships of tree lights to raise

See AREA EVENTS, Page 34 N o


NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING

CERTAIN PROPERTY TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY AND REDEFINING THE

BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY TO INCLUDE SAID PROPERTY

In accordance with Section 166.041 and 171.044, Florida Statutes, and other applicable law, the City Commission of the City of Plant
City, Florida, does hereby give notice of the proposed enactment of an ordinance entitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 35-2007


AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING TO THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA, CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY UPON PETITION OF THE OWNERS
THEREOF, AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARY LINES OF SAID MUNICIPALITY SO AS TO INCLUDE THEREIN SAID REAL PROPERTY,
AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 171.044, FLORIDA STATUTES.


The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the
Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida,
on December 10, 2007, at 7:30 p.m., or assoon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at which time interested parties and citizens may
appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.

All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter
considered at such meeting, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose be may need to ensure that a verbatim


record of the proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.

In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act, any person with a disability
requiring reasonable accommodation in order
to participate in this meeting, should call the City
Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to
the public hearing.

The proposed ordinance, which includes the
complete legal description by metes and bounds
of the area proposed to be annexed, may be
inspected by the public at the office of the City
Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal
Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City,
Florida.

Brief general description of the areas proposed
to be annexed are as follows:

ANX-2007-010; Approximately 12.21 acres
located North of Holloway Road, South of Lone
Oak Road, East of Webber Road and West of
Drawdy Road. (folio # 085192.0010).

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money for the hospital pediat-
rics department. Call (813) 757-
8478.
LIGHTS SPECTACULAR: The
Winter Lights Spectacular at
McCall Park at Collins and Drane
streets is from 5-10 p.m. Dec. 7
and from 5-9 p.m. Dec. 8. Activ-
ities include a mountain of artifi-
cial snow, children's activities,
arts and crafts, music and more.
Call (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4311.
CHRISTMAS PARADE: The annu-
al Plant City Christmas Parade is
6:30 p.m. Dec. 7 through down-
town Plant City The parade
begins at Collins and Alsobrook
streets, heads north on Collins
and then east on Reynolds
Street to Michigan Avenue. Call
(813) 754-3707.
HOLIDAY IN PARK: The Beals-
ville Recreation Center, 5009
Nesmith Road, will have a holi-
day celebration at 10 a.m. Dec.
8. Holiday in the Park will in-
clude face painting, toy give-
away, drawings for bicycles and
free food. Organizers hope to
make it an annual event. Call
(813) 757-3821.
HOLIDAY GALA: Two-time
world dance champions Billy
Fajardo and Katie Marlow will
highlight the Red Rose Inn and
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be held Dec. 9 in the Red Rose
Ballroom. Tickets for the dinner,
dance and show are $95 per
person, or $35 per person for
the dance and show only. For
information, call Deborah and
Richard Boatright at (863) 670-
6366 or (863) 660-9877; or
e-mail them at db2000@tampa
bay.rr.com. The deadline to
purchase tickets is Nov.14. The
hotel is at 2011 N. Wheeler St.,
just off Interstate 4 in Plant
City.
MYSTICS: George Galfo's Mys-
tics will perform the music of
the '50s and '60s at 8 p.m. Dec.
15 at Red Rose Inn and Suites.
The group, including former
Mystics member George Galfo,
will perform classic hits such as
"Don't Take the Stars," "White
Cliffs of Dover" and "Sunday
Kind of Love." There's no admis-
sion but a minimum $20 pur-
chase per person is required in
the hotel restaurant or lounge.
The house band Destiny opens
at 7 p.m.The hotel is at 2011 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City. For
information, call (813) 752-3141.
HOLIDAY TUNES: The Yearys
will perform classic holiday
tunes 8 pm. Dec. 22 at the Red
Rose Inn and Suite's Red Rose
Ballroom. P.J. Leary and the Las
Vegas Sounds will open for The
Yearys at 7 p.m. Doors will open
at 6 p.m. Cost is $67.50 per
person plus tax and gratuity and
includes dinner, dancing and
entertainment. The hotel is at
2011 N. Wheeler St. For informa-
tion, call (813) 752-3141; or log


on to www.redroseinnand
suites.com..
NEW YEAR'S EVE: A New Year's
Eve party that includes a plus
level square dance with rounds
and a buffet dinner is Dec. 31 at
Strawberry Square, 4401 Prom-
enade Blvd., Plant City. The
dinner starts at 7:30 p.m. fol-
lowed by dancing. Caller is Sam
Dunn and cuers are Charlie and
Leona Lovelace. Cost is $30 per
person. Reservation deadline is
Dec. 15. For information call
(813) 752-0491 or visit
www.floridadanceweb.com/
strawberry.

January

BABY PARADE: Signups will be
Jan. 26 at Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 Dort St. Doors will
open at 8 a.m. and close at 10
a.m. The baby parade will be
held at the strawberry festival
grandstand March 8. Each entry
must be made in person and
accompanied by a nonrefund-
able $25 entry fee with checks
payable to the GFWC Plant City
Junior Woman's Club. Babies
entered in the parade must
reside in East Hillsborough
County, east of U.S. 301. The
parent or guardian registering
the child must show a drivers
license as proof of residency.
Entries are limited to the first
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parade can be found at
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For information, call Nia Ramo
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Ongoing

GALLERY SCHEDULE: Plant City
Photo Archives, 119 N. Collins
St., is a museum of historical
photographs and maintains an
exhibit gallery with various
collections on display. The gal-
lery is open to the public from
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Fri-
days and Saturdays. There's no
Admission is free charge. (813)
.754-1578.
PLAY GROUP: Mommy and Me,
a playtime for mothers, fathers
and tots ages 2 and up, is from
10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at
the Planteen Recreation Center,
301 N. Dort St., Plant City. (813)
659-4256.
BELLY DANCING: Belly dancing
classes are from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Monday at Planteen Recreation
Center, 301 N. Dort St., taught
by Mary Jane Aguilar. The clas-
ses teach the basics at a begin-
ner level with concentration on
movements and the isolation of
movements, body conditioning,
dance, posture and balance. The


cost is $35 for five weeks of
classes or $5 per class. (863)
682-6009.
HISTORIC DEPOT: The Union.
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum is open 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Fridays
and Saturdays. The historical
train depot is at 102 N. Palmer
St. and includes a museum, gift
shop and model railroad. There
is no admission charge.

CHILDREN'S THEATER: Plant
City Children's Theatre/Jackie's
School of Dance, 507 N. Wheel-
er St., offers the following clas-
ses:
Monday: 11:45 a.m.-12:30
p.m., preschool dance; 12:30-
1:30 p.m., home- school dance;.
4-5:30 p.m., lyrical, clog and hip
hop; 5:30-6:30 p.m., musical
theater, "Annie"; 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
advanced point-lyrical; and
7:30-8:15 p.m., adult fun class,
jazzercise, line, ballroom, tap,
clogging and belly dancing.
Tuesday: 3:15-4:15 p.m., new
hip hop-tumble team; 4:15-5:30
p.m., acrobatic, back handspring
and hip hop; 5:30-6:15, cheer,
tumble and hip hop for ages
5-8; 6:15-7 p.m., preschool
dance combo; and 7-8 p.m.,
tumble, hip hop and pom-pom
team.
Wednesday: 3:30-4:30, new
cheer-tumble-lyrical team; 4:30-
6:30 p.m., ballet, tap, hip hop
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.
Call the theater at Call (813)
752-1621 or (813) 752-1683.
ANTIQUES AND MORE. Fresh
produce has joined vintage
collectibles at the monthly
downtown antiques fair, held
from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. the second
Saturday in the municipal park-
ing lot at Reynolds and Palmer
Streets.
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.
Send items at least a week before the
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N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563,
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recently with the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce.
The list includes the name of
the business, owner or contact
person, address, telephone
number and Web site, if avail-
able. Except where otherwise
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Three squads
advance to, but fall
in youth football
Super Bowls.
By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Plant City
Dolphins youth football pro-
gram advanced three of its five
teams to the Super Bowl of the
West Coast Youth Football
Conference. The Flyweight,
Super Midget and Midget Dol-
phins teams reached their
league's championship con-
test before settling for second
place.
All of the Super Bowl games


were Nov. 17 at the Brandoh
Steelers complex. Plant City
was the only program that
placed teams in three of the
five Super Bowl match-ups.
Plant City's best chance for
victory came in the Flyweight
age group, where the Dolphins
lost to the Wesley Chapel Cow-
boys 18-12. In both the Super
Midget and Midget categories
Plant City fell to the East Bay
Buccaneers, by scores of 19-0
and 18-7, respectively.
The host Steelers team
matched East Bay's two titles
with victories in the Junior
Varsity and Varsity games. All
of the winners are eligible to
play at Raymond James Stadi-


There are eight teams in the West Coast Youth
Football Conference, with Plant City in the Amer-


ican Division along with
Terrace and East Bay.


um for the Game Day of
Champions in December.
There are eight teams in the
West Coast Youth Football
Conference, with Plant City in
the American Division along
with Wesley Chapel, Temple
Terrace and East Bay. The Na-
tional Division has three Bran-
don teams (Steelers, Bears and
Broncos) along with Lakeland.
Each of the division winners
received a first-round bye in


Wesley Chapel, Temple


the playoffs.
A fourth Dolphins team, the
Junior Varsity squad, won its
division with a 7-3 record,
beating East Bay in a tie-break-
ing minigame to secure the
bye. But the Dolphins lost to
Lakeland 25-8 in the semifi-
nals.
The Midget and Flyweight
Dolphins teams won their divi-
sions with 9-1 records. In the
Midget semifinals- the Dol-


phins won 12-10 against the
Brandon Bears and the Fly-
weights beat the Bears 38-14.
The Super Midget team de-
feated Wesley Chapel .in the
first round of the playoffs be-
fore topping the Brandon
Steelers 7-6 in a game played
at Mike Sansone Park. The East
Bay team that won the Super
Bowl championship went a
perfect 12-0. During the reg-
ular season, Plant City played
East Bay close twice, falling
13-6 on both occasions, once
in overtime.

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


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Newsome High School was the
most dominant swim team in
Hillsborbugh County, spots for
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But a few members of the
Plant City and Durant squads
were too good to be ignored.
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Plante of Durant were on the
first team when the all-star
squads were announced earli-
er this month.
Plant City and Durant are in
the National Division, made
up of the east Hillsborough
County schools. The rest of the
Western Conference is split
into the Federal and American
Divisions (central and north
Tampa). Coaches vote on the
all-star teams, recognizing the
best performers in each at the
end of the season.
Barker reached the state
meet finals in all four of her
years at Plant City High. She
made the finals of the 100-yard
butterfly at the Class 3A meet
Nov. 3 and finished in seventh.
Palermo, a junior, was a quali-
fier in the 100-yard breast
stroke,
Doback and Plante had their
best-ever results at state meet,
making the top four. Each won
the regional diving title their
past three years.
Newsome's boys finished
fourth as a team at the Class 2A
meet and the Newsome girls
were fifth, so the Wolves filled
almost all of the spots in the
American Division First Team.
Barker, picked for the 50-
yard freestyle and 100-yard
butterfly, and Palermo were
the only non-Newsome swim-
mers on the girls First Team.
,Nikita Markov, a sopho-
more, gave Plant City a pres-
ence on the boys first team
with his efforts in the 50-yard
freestyle. East Bay was the only
other school to prevent New-
some from unanimous selec-
tions on the boys team.
In addition, Plant City's Cor-
rie Rennick was named Coach
of the Year.
Second Team honors went
to Markov for the 100-yeard
freestyle and the Durant 200-
yard medley relay team of Har-
rison, Campo, Logan Butler,
Eddie Bandi and Ray Santies-
teban.

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are back at guard and the other
2006-07 starters, .Denzel Drone
and Steve Hardnett, are skilled
players inside.
Woodall poured in 25 points
and Hardnett had 22 in Plant
City's season opener, a 69-67
win over Armwood.
"Even the seniors, really
they're like freshmen because
they've had to learn a new
system, new terminology. But
for them, it's just been some
minor adjustments here and
there," Chambers said.
Before the regular season,
Chambers showed some im-
pressive pull. He got the Raid-
ers into a preseason tourna-
ment at Boca Raton High,
where the Raiders lost both
games but were competitive
against state-ranked Grand-


view Prep and then against the
hosts.
Boca Raton played national-'
ly-ranked Miami Pace to an.
overtime loss, then the next
night against Plant City led by
six points through three quar-
ters. Boca then turned it on in
the fourth, outscoring Plant
City 28-4.
"It was a great atmosphere,
and being in that kind of atmo-
sphere is what I'm used to," he
said.
Chambers said he has been
overwhelmed with the reac-
tion he has received from the
community. 'He organized a
movie night and 51 people
came out to meet him.
Plant City will host East Bay
High in a district game Thurs-
day. Plant City goes to New-
some High on Friday and Riv-
erview High on Monday.

Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
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CAMELLIA ROSE TEA ROOM
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120 N. Collins St., (813) 659-
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CANCO GENERAL CONTRAC-,
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president, 2502 Frontage Park
Place, (813) 750-1222

CENTRAL FLORIDA CUSTOM
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EDGAR J. GUZMAN LAW
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HAWTHORNE MANAGEMENT,
doing business as Frenchman's
Market, Vicki Hawthorne,
owner, 102 S. Evers St., (813)
719-3700

NIA BELLA'S BOUTIQUE, Nia
Ramo and Meg Cimino, own-
ers, 119 E. Reynolds St., (813)
659-9700

PLANT CITY AUTOMOTIVE,
Anthony Mendolia, owner,
2303 James L. Redman Park-
way, Suite L, (813) 754-7106

STATE FARM INSURANCE,
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Chapter needs active or
retired nurses with RN or
LPN licenses to serve as
volunteers. Volunteers serve
as an integral part of Red
Cross disaster teams that
operate from Red Cross
offices in Hillsborough, Pasco
and Pinellas counties. Nurses
provide health care educa-
tion, assistance in obtaining
medical care and medication
replacement and follow-up
care to victims of home fires,
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Ext. 893, or e-mail Holloway
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Send items at least a week before
desired publication date to Health
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Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563,
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib
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A Stoogean Dream by MerlReagle


ACROSS
1 "Look out"
5 Fly-fishing quarry
10 Greek letter
13 Polo's itinerary
17 Insect stage
18 Boss probed by
RFK
19 Next year's jr.
21 Object to
22 "I have this dream
where I'm a kid
delivering donuts
to the Three
Stooges. I'm in
their office setting
up (and listening)
and Moe says to
Larry, 'Ya know,
this new script
seems ...
25 Straight dope
26 Attraction
27 "Larry says, 'Aah,
it just needs '
29 Holy ones: abbr.
31 Legal add-on
32 Record holder?
35 "The Planets"
composer
36 "Curly in and
says, 'Do I smell
donuts?'..."
39 Greet the judge
42 "No problem"


43 Freeway features
44 Tropical rodent
45 Auto financing co.
47 Pre-euro currency
48 "Moe says, 'If
you can sit here
without you
can come in'..."


56 Cause of a big
blowup?
57 Hits bottom?
58 Actor Mischa
59 __ of golf clubs
0f Tnterrnocnte


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'Hey kid, you
type this up fo
Andisay, '_
mean, just kid


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wanna
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.61 Entry-level pos. 108 Pocket lump
62 Natural light 109 "So that how it
show always ends-with
64 "While Curlys me typing up a
eating, Moe says, script for the Three
'Can I ya?' Stooges! __! Just
kidding."
70 "Why? Because 114 Shania Twain, e.g.
you! M-O- 115 Letter-drop site:
U-S-E" abbr.
71 Refer to as 116 Dorothy, to Em
72 Stein fillers 117 Dryer batch
73 Mourning 118 Pastelike plateful
Becomes Electra 119 McCourt book
brother. 120 Hosni's predecessor
74 Poor, as chances 121 Actor Mike or Omar
75 Evangelist's target
78 Help-wanted DOWN
notice? i Boosts
81 "Curly replies, 2 Grass garment
3 October birthstone
85 __ Helens 4 Like a sad sack
86 Abu Dhabi VIP 5 was ".
87 Power unit 6 Used cars?
88 Maples or Gibbs 7 Frequently
89 Pres. Monroe, 8 Mysterious craft
briefly 9 Baseball put-out
92 Big galoots 10 Post-Q queue
94 "Then Larry begs 11 Harmonica maker
to play Moe's role 12 It has us over a
for a change, and barrel
Curly says, -' 13 acids
so Moe does ... 14 One at a time
97 Upper regions 15 Imbue
99 Unrefined 16 Becomes parents,
101 Long time in a way
102 Acetyl addition 20 Regal inits.


23 Word on a door
24 Fencing choice
28 "Word is ..."
29 Health-store wheat
30 Poison
32 Candy bar, e.g.
33 Secures, in a way
34 Actor Morales
37 Flight news, briefly
38 Bridge
40 Gorin of opera *
41 Dallas sch.
46 Mild cigars
48 Flavor enhancer
49 Hedge puzzle
50 Tweed, tweaker
Thomas
51 Wax rhapsodic
(over)
52 Bigfoot's cousin
53 "Time the
essence"
54 Broadway showing,
briefly
55 L.A.'s Union, for
ex.
57 Doomed
60 Pear resembler
61 Piercing tool
62 Shoelace tip
63 Computerphile
64 Alpine capital
65 Eclectic mix
66 Rights advocacy
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ng Wholesale from the designer) sz %4-16 & BED 0 $160 Sofa, Love, 3 Tables, 2 $ PAID for Gold, Silver new, Mobile Hm, House, CHERRYWOOD On
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Air Copp. re f h an anyone u1lih CnT48" JVC rear project Cost $4815 Sell $1550. LEVITRA/VIAGRA & Diet 813-293-6836 character. Classified
Washer or Dryer $75. tainers of Cood, Lam- serviced. Great Christ-P te m
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companion moseeum. & ls t- $600813, proved drug Soma Jewelers, 1708 SDale AR
Top floor, 1st level A/C-COOL/HEAT-- Brand eT k LH Wood, Can Deliver. maol Phentermine, Mabry. 8132532164
Lake view, By end w/ new, Mobile Hm, House, u rous, Below eLaQ. TV B Screens Plasmas, Brandon 813-685-4760 Didrex, iaora, Levitra -As Am
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$9,800 813-872-6570 tors Whe Machinery &
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installation crews. We Ave tp 8 864 Complete with 2 twin ping I Days
APPLIANCES-ABSOLUTE also do expert Sand & matts & pop-uptrundle. FORKLIFT- New Used
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Appiances. $74.50 up. ity or service let alone Prozac Buspar, 90 Qty Forklift Since 1974 3221 -..
621Broadway 620-1590 our price. Service in one FIREWOOD FURNITURE- Goin Out of $51.99 180 Qt $8499 N. 40th St. 813-6235251
7604 Broadway 626-7787 hour. Rated in the top split, delivered, stacked Business Sale!00 Sq Price Includes Prescrip- (FGarage & Yard Sales) Garage & Yard Sales)
8307 Armenia 933-8288 2% Nationwide for serv- 75/Ioad Ft Showroom Closing. tion! We will match any FORKIFT
8307 Armei a 933-8288 2% Nationwide for serv- -0075/load Top e rad. com e r i3 CARROLLWOOD Multi PLANT City, America Le
APPLIANCES 1-813-918-2737 Ca 813-788-2298 American Drew, Aico, 8 6 6-465 07 45 at
NERCH DISE DRYER $99 wwegPulaski, chn antn Ci Family Community Sale, gion Aux. inside corner
.MERCHANDISE D R www.yeagerflooringcom SSeasod mpharmakind.com Saturday 11 8A-iP of Woodrow/Hwy 92 W.
FRIDGE $150 BRICK & Concrete Pavers Firewood For Sale, ry Must be Sold[ Bed- ______ N Eatbre, s Furh n t, Dec 1 $10lp. tat
to 12 Month Warran Rubber Mulch Fencing, will Deliver. room Dining Livin, Jewer & Watches ture, th tbl es evei $10. donations
Air Conditioners AUTHORIZED MAYTAG Landscape urbin 813-484-1669/ and more Mke Ofier Frklifts 1500 h to ese7473
4000 w Kennedy 281-0777 Sales/Installs, Best' 727-224-1612 No reasonable offers BRACELET, 18k yellow Triple Stage, side shift, Darbyide close toCITY Fri & Sat
A/C-COOL/HEAT-- Brand PARTS TODAY Prices. Come visit our refused! Sale Ends gold w/460 full cut dia- propane, Clark. o arner Tf la 30-12/1 3802 Wilder
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727-226-0234 s 6201 Broadway 620-1590 888-666-6694 for sale. TV's, chairs, 0 Great Prices! C 8am til ? Clothing Adult 2836 Ha'mmock Dr (off
NEW ** S/DENT MOM & Pops Apliances KITCHENS New 4 colors, BED $395 beds, desks, china, Cal 813-629-60061 Keyword: HomeSeeker & children, Lots of chil- Timberlane) Sat, Dec 1,
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REMI GTON AIR 813-632-9620; 335-5788 www.yeagerflooring.com 813-264-70 an elvr. 11. p.m Sur I e m M ndon St, Sal. Dec I % &misc items
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LIMESTONE RockOrna BEDDINGBI PLEASE 2 fam Community, off Sam Al-
Antiques& $250 a Set. Each $125. mental Rock used for w aca,.om naI ur .ury. hid White Elephan Rd. Dec 1st Sale, at &
Collectibles Guar & Delivery Avail. landscaping, water FURNITURE nak toys. rushomd White Elephant Sale, at
813-382-8615 04-8125 falls, retaining walls, MatMre Set' and chr.itmni ,itms clubhouse starting
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paintings.813-404-8787 Don 813-300-6714 (256)585-0944 in plastic)............120.00 SOFA, Love, Recliner- camera, text, picture large, whie $50.00 N. Wder Rd., Lots off ING SALE, Snapper
*-****2*5 -* 6Classifieds is 2 41731 Sofa & Loveseat Re Never Used! $160. 813-4784831 813-719-3809 new items F& SaNov mower Tools House-
i asidar ps USHome Steven@com $795 ............. sell $49 .00 t l30 & Dec 1, i am til? hold, Christmas teams
GrDisne as a ca paper's cast.net B & B OUTLET $400 for all 3 DeMarini Softball Bats REFRIGERATOR, White Clothing & Lots of Misc
Great Cristmas G pemonal showrom. Http://home.comcast 3-832-5555 (2) 26 ounces $25. each G.E.P70.
813-831-4865 s d 115 So. Evers St PLANT 813-832-555526 ounces $25. each GE PLANT City, 501 E. Young Tkey Creek Multi Fami-
* * * for every budget taram CITY 813-759-8864 SOFA- 813-754-5767 813-478-4831 St, off Shannon Ave, n ly sale, Fri & Sat 8:30-4.
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$100/wk including all
util. Rolling Hills st
WEEK FREE. 352-567-
2339,352-807-0566
Davis Island Apartments
Best location & price, 1
S&2 BR, cats only,
davisislandapts.com
813-254-1745
EFFICIENCIES $lOO/wk
APTS $150/wk. Also
HOUSES for rent
furn/unfurn wklmonth
Nice Areas. Directory &
Deposit 813-217-5795

Free Move-in
lbr/$525-500mo
2br/$550-675mo
Strawberry Place
813-752-2272.
HARBOUR ISLAND
Poolside Condo lbr Iba
1 car garage, W/D,
Cath. Ceiling s,
Water Included.
$1,200/mo 813-786-3830




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BRAND NEW!
2 MONTHS FREE!
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FREE Golf Membership.
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*Pool-Gym-Gated
*Granite& Tfile floors
* Washer & Dryer.
14902 Spy Glass Terrace.
* 727-869-5923 Office *
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charming $760/month.
+ deposit. Please Call
813-253-3916 email:
trinityprop@
tampabay.rr.com.

HYDE PARK-
1 BR'S-2BR'S-Lofts
1920's Charm Restored
$650-$950 Pets ok
813-254-5338
HYDE Park/ Palma Ceia
Area. lbr/lba $645 mo.
Wood firs, laundry fa-
cili, private parking,
all UAl except elect in-
cluded 813-728-2277
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Unfurnished 1)
PLANT CITY: Move-In
Special, 1st mo. 1/2 off,
townhouse, 2br 1.Sba,
$725/mo + $300 dep.
1,050 square feet,
Call 813-293-0345
SEBRING, Prop, lbr Iba,
$350 water incl no dep
2br 2ba & 3br, 2ba All
ages. Upgraded units.
Lse opt to uy. Call Bill
954-554-8525
SOUTH Tampa- 5BR, 4
full bath new custom
construction @ 3913 W.
Kensinton. Luxury at
$4,,80/month.
Ca 813-679-3743
SOUTH Tampa Bayshore,
Pool. 3br lcg, big yar.
Nof Gandypetsok
11225mo. Rent own.
403 Beaumont St
954-709-9742
SOUTH TAMPA Culbreath
Key, 1 br I ba, o800sqft,
gated community, fit-
ness center,w/d
waterfront no pets,
$899, 813-376-3580
SOUTH TAMPA Near
MacDill AFB, 3br ba,
Central A/C W/D hook
up. ove in Immed.
750 /mo. 2 MONTHS
FREE! 813-835-6508
SPRING-HIL NEW APTS
Maintenance FREE!
2Br 2Ba Cg-
Fully Loaded Kitchen
POOL in Conmplex
WI 352.232.636
TEMPLE TERRACE-
Brookside Apartments
currently has 1 br, 2 br
& 3 brs available for
immed. move-in. FREE
RENT TIL'JAN 08'! w/ 12
mo. lease. 813-988-1129
TEMPLE TERRACE -
Beautiful 2br, Iba, gat-
ed comm, carpet, tile,
laundry facility, water
included. 813-516-2237
or 954-818-2776
USF- N. FL AVE. APTS
from $523, FREE rent,
$99 Move-in WAC. Curi-
osity Creek Apts. Nice
place to live W/D h-ups
1 & 2br. 813-932-1173
VALRICO- 4br/2ba, 2300
sf under A/C, W/D,
Valrico Lakes Subdivi-
sion, off Hwy. 60.
$1500/month + dep.
Call 813-781-6133
VALRICO Large 1BR IBA
& 2 BR 2 BA condos.
760sf to 1055sf. 1st
month FREE w/12 mo.
lease. $695 to $820 per
mo. 813-685-0055
VALRICO- Villa, 2br/2ba
2cg+ den, gated on golf
course, near clubhouse,
lawn maint included.
$1250/mo. Call Billy
571-246-5050.
WESLEY CHAPEL-
Wellington &
Meadow Pointe Condos
for lease, 3br/2ba from
$950/Mo
New Construction, 1051
mansfield Blvd Wesley
Chapel 33543 Call: 813-
994-1222 for details!
Beach Rentals ]
INDIAN SHORES Sand
Castle II Beach front
3br, sleeps 8, pool, hot
tubs, BBQ gri ll.
$1000/per week. 813-
877-6970 or 931-1780.

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All Sizes/Prices
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Condominiums
for Rent
BAYSHORE Penthouse
Condo, 14th Fir 2br/2ba
immaculate! Breathtakl
ing view. New gourmet
kitchen. $1850 mo. 813-
843-9694 813-238-8700.
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Condominums 11
for Rent
BRANDON, COURTNEY
Palm condo., 2 br, 2 ba,
1138sf sq. ft., balcony,
waterview,laundry rm,
master ste, central air,
comm. pool, clubhouse,
exercise area, gated
comm., security, near I-
75, 1 yr lease, prof. sirs
gle or couple, avail. 12-
07. $895.0 a month
(858)243-3003
piersonll21@sbcglobal
.net
HARBOUR ISLAND- Island
Place. Spacious 1BR
overlooking cruise view.
Fitness ctre + pool. Safe
& secure, gated comm.
$1195/mo. 386-846-2005
HARBOUR Isl. Parkcrest
5th fir 2br 2ba, all appls
& W/D. Hdwd firs & car-
pet Granite center tops.
balcony. Great view!,
$1600 mo 727-744-8543
NEW Port Richey, com-
pletely furnished 2/2,55
+ Sunnybrook Condo
$1100 mo. 3 mo. mmin, in-
cludes cable & elec. No
smoke. 719-277-0170.
SOUTH TPA WATERFRONT
lbd/1.Sba, furn'd, pool,
fitness rm, 5 mins. to
airport $1200/mo incl
phone, internet, cable
813-716-3823 cb
TEMPLE TERRACE
Luxury Condros
rn Temple Terrace
FREE RENT
Price- Sr-ning at $1774
Cail 813-32542; I
TOWN N'COUNTRY
2br, Iba condo, new tile
& paint, large storage,
W/D, pool.Tree water
& cable. $795/mo+ de-
posit Call 813-223-0807

Houses Unfurnished
for Rent
APOLLO BEACH -
4bd, 2ba, 2cg,screened
Spool &lanai,
$1500/mo. + dep.
Lease / opt to buy.

home all freshly paint-
ed, fenced yard, W/D
hk-up, scrn porch in
Heather Lakes $1200 +
dep. Call 813-684-8042
GIBSONTON/RIVERVIEW
area, 2br, 2.5 ba, town-
house, all apl.,
screened lanai, gated
comm. w/pool access.
$1000/mo 813-356-821S
HUDSON, 3/2/2,w/office,
2000 sq. t, s/s appi,
eat-in kitch., new cac
pet, $1300 p/mo. or
sale/lease option,
(561)339-6861
santafecreations@bells
outh.net
LAND-0-LAKES New 3br
2ba 2cg,1600sf, applian-
ces inc, mins. to Veter-
ans Expressway
$1150mo + dep,
813-546-2793
LUTZ/WELLINGTON
Manor Pond& Golf View
4/4/3,4200sf, $2500/Mo,
Everything Upgraded
Tom 813-786-70 63
Realtors Welcome
NEW PORT RICHEY-
Gorgeous 3br, 2ba,
icar garage new tile,
new paint throughout,
great location, $950/mo
Call Harry 813-300-7355
NEW Tampa- New 4,5 &
6 BR 2/3 Garrage,
Pool/Spa Homes.
All comm. amenities.
From $1800-3000/mo
813-928-4586; 907-3599
N. TAMPA 3/2/2 Conven.
oc, lanai, energy eff.
windows, $995/mo+
dep. N/S, pet w/ appro
vat. Purchase option.
Credit chk 813-968-7597
PALM HARBOR, For Rent,
single-family pool
home, 3 br, a 2 car
sced porch, $1750a
month (912)484-8898
for info
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can bank on our bargains.


Houses Unfurnished
for Rent
PLANT City- 2br/lba,
large lot $700/mo.
*06 3br/lba 1000sf,
$800/mo. NO SECTION 8
Exc. loc. L lots! Call
813-716-6181

PLANT City 3 Bedroom
2 Baths, pool home
section 8 ok. Call
Robert 813-367-6540.

PLANT CITY Beautiful
3br/lba hardwood/tile
floors. Fenced Yard.
Historic district. $950
per month w/discount
$900 813-759-1914

/2cg, w/den pool, fncd
yard on cul de sac, CHA,
new appl.'s, Pets ok.
$1000 m .1st last &
sec. dep. 727-858-5643
RIVERVIEW- 3br/2ba/2cg
in beautiful neighbor-
hood, cable incL, all
new appl.'s, new
subdiv. $1200/mo + 1
mo. sec. 813-532-3442
Riverview newer home
2300sf, cable inc.
$1275mo+ st & ldep No
pets/smoking. 2700 to

SOUTH TAMPA/Ballast
Pt, 2br 1.5ba, terrazzo
firs, DR, Bonus rm, g
kitch, fnc'd, patio, 291
Leila Ave. $1065/mo +
$1000 dep. 813-831-7395
SpmrngHill 3br 2ba, 2c
rear entry driveway &
shed, QUIET cul-de-sac
Pets OK 5 Fenced yard
$850/mo +1st, last sec,
727-856-7557/919-1826
TEMPLE TERRACE/USF
3br house in a beautiful
2 acres of oaks, quiet
peaceful area. Walking
distance to shopping.
$975/mo 813-907-I000
TOWN N COUNTRY 1st
month rent free, new
TH, 2/2.5, vaulted ceil-
ings, garden tub, w/d,
pool, cabana, lawn
svc, pets neg. $950
Jennine 703-380-9409
USF Area, single-family
home 3 br, 2 ba, wash
er & dryer Irg yard,
1400 sq. ft near UF,
$1100/mo & dep
(813)935-7619 .
WESLEY Chapel 4br/3ba
2cg, 1850 sf, huge
Bkyrd, consv cable.
$1200 mo + $1000
dep & util. 646-262-1709
markngo@yahoo.com
tLease Option to Bu))
PLANT City Walden Res.
Gated Comm. BRAND
-NEW 2600sf htd, 4Br
3Ba, 2cg. Unfurnished
$1900 mo Furnished
2500/mo Poss owner
in. OR short term exec
rental Kim 813-404-6776
TOWN and Country, 3/2
1500SF carport, my
Ivng, ndry nnms, 6011
Town and Country Blvd.
$1,250/mo plus dep.
(813) 267-3235




Bearrs/1-275 Area
Rental Mobile Homes
Very Nice Clean Units
Starting from $125/wk.
Call 813-503-4580
MOVE In Special East
Tampa best family
par country setting
50 moves you in.
Weekly or monthly.
1,2 &3br 813-677-1429
RENT COSTS TOO much!
OWN NOW-3BR Mobile
Home from $1500 Down
Financing Singlewides.
from $39,950 Famn MHP
Tpa/Brandon 664-8909
TAMPA, Seffner & T'sas
sa, 1,2, 3br, start @
$115 per wk. Some
w/elec.NoAppclstWk
free. best deal. No
credit u" 813-626-0820


RECREATION




27' 2006 Jayco TT, exc
cond, Queen & bunk
beds, kitchen, bath, A/C
& heat stereo, TV awn-
ing $13,900 813.918.7561
43' Monaco Dynasty
2007, sleeps 4, tow pkg,
DVD slide-out TV
wash erldryer hook-up,
Tag Axle, irard Aws
ing, Full Tile, HD Sat
Much More. Exc. cond.
$299,995 803-309-2589
aaronshealy@bel soutn
et


I Manufactured/ /
Mobile Homes
DURANT 2br/1 ba com-
plete furn MH.CH/A No
pets Ref Requires $475
monh+ $200 Deposit
813-737-2320. btw 12-6.
*MOBILE HOME*
FIRST WEEK FREE!ll
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Week rentals available!
1,23 edrodms from
$150.00-200.00/week
E Tampa & Ybor City
813-248-1599 or
813-426-2439 at Valrico
Plant City 813-376-2586
Plant City 2br/2ba, MH
laundry on premise NO
Pets, Wkly or month plus


Occupancy
813-757-6562





quiet sharing a spa-
cious 4br/2ba on water.
New England Sports,
Golf. Bk j- dep
$100/w'k. 813-48-6262
USF,8 bdrm home, fue
nished co-ed, own
room, Includes: all
utilities, phone, cable,
maid supplies $350-
$400/mo, 813 68-0994
[[ Rooms for Rent )
SEFFNER/BRANDON
Furnished, cable, utilit-
ies. $450/mo dep $200
S16x16' w/private bath
& jacuzzi $600/mo, Dep
$200. 813-764-1093

STAR MOTEL
813-626-2302
ROOMS EFF DAY/WK
AC. P6OL MOVIES
ESPN, PHONE
YBOR/EAST Tampa
BUDGET MOTEL on 40th
St & Columbus.
$149/wk. Full kitchen
available. Pool Satellite
TV. 813-562-2268
(Townhomes for Rent
LAND 0' Lakes/Stage-
coach, 3bed/3bath
$1095/mo ind
Water/Sewer, Pets ok,
pool, gated, W/D ind
avail, now 813-477-6020
(Waterfront Rentals).
BELLEAIR Bluffs
waterfront, furnished,
2br, 2ba, cvd parking
extra storage. Cable &
water included.
$1150/mo 727-421-2544
MARINA Club West
TPA,lb/lb refirb 1st Fir
rent w/opt to buy, $850
wo/furn $1000 w/furn,


I Campers /Travel
Trailers
LOOKING to Buy
Used Travel Trailer
or 5thWheel
Will Pay Cash!
Call (727) 459-3856.
POPUP CAMPERS for rent
A/C Sink, Stove, Frig.
Call Lynn to reserve
813.546.1827 www.popup
rentalcampers.com
. Camgrounds J
RV-rental site located on
Hutching on Island
near vero Beach.
Across from beach,
Marina on Inter-coastal,
pool, tennis. Phone, ca-
ble and electricity in-
cluded. First class. By
the week, month or sea-
son. 352-347-4470.


34' 2004 -eorgie Boy
Landeau fully loaded,
6024 miles, generator
like new, 2 slide outs &
awning, Call 989-529-
2243 New Port Richey
36' 2002 Winnebago Jour-
ney, diesel, pusher, 2
sdes, rev cycle neat &
air, 46Kmi, exc cond,
$79,500. 81-361-8796
41' Newmar Dutch Star
2002, Diesel, 34k mi, 3




42' AMERICAN COACH
Tradition 2006, 42R
w/4slides, low mile&
age, loaded w ith all
year wrty. $225,000

TSUNAMI, 2004 37' Lux.
Top of Line 26k mi. Ev-
ery option 4 slides 1/2
org pri health forces
sale $1lk under book
$ 169000m 727-455-0626
or 260-341-4155
S RV Storage )
OUTDOOR Storage 5621
Causeway Blvd. RVs
Cars Trucks Trirs Boats
Brandon, Valrico River
view Area 813-220-1538


SWIM SPA. Cost $16,900,
used twice, sacrifice
$8900. I can deliver.
727-831-5527.



19' 1998 Cobia center
console. 115 HP Yama-
ha 2-stroke. New gauge
cluster, stereo, depth
finder. Dual batteries,
low hours. Deep V haul,
treat inshore/offshore,
dry ride, runs great
65fuel cap, live well, 2
fis boxes, cooler seat
Nice condition, 1 owner.
Includes trailer. $9250,
813.210,2457
20' 1999 Proline Center
console w/ trailer, 150
Bluewafer Mercury, Bi-
mini top w/cushions, as
is $11,500 813-641-1899
21' Larson 2003 LX1210
5.0 Fuel Inject, 280HP
Volvo Pena Stern, Only
35Hrs Boat Fully loaded
$25,000 708-334-9831

Motor Yacht, twin
diesels Diesel Gen. Ray
Marine Elect Exc Cond.
Low Hours, $245,000
obo 813-765-4374
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Auto Engines/
Parts / Misc.
Engines & Transmissions
Used & Rebuilt 90 days
up to 3 yrs warr. M-F 9-
5. Member BBB. Installs
avail. 813-875-1500


SPA,DOLLY Complete
Spa Handling System
Pd $5000 w/opts $2500
NEW. 813-293-8551.
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( Trucks Heavy Duty )
FORD, 20061 F-350 Super
Cab Diesel w/ towing
kg and Spray King
exture Ri w/dual
tanks Read. to Spra.
$32000, 813-737-2416
GMC 1985 7000 Tree
Truck 8.2 remanuf'd
Detroit Turbo Dsl, Boom
60 ft. Chi dump. very
low mi. Strong running
truck a steal at $20K
863-967-395813,--


1995 ........... $6500,
1991 ............ $5,000
1986 ............ $350
or buy all 3 for $10,o00
sel, Air Brakes, 66 pass,
Exc. Cond. Low Miles,
Cash only 813-431-5464






DODGE 1994 Caravan


305-467-68405


CHEVY 2001 SVENTU ba LT
CDBlue, Leather87k mi ACn, pw pdRear
cruise, 3rd7 pass eat, 79 4Wgood








NAVIGATI N system,
12Kcond, 1 owner ,$5200
ooCall 813-31929-0654







FORD 2003 EXPEDI TION, 1
owTransmissioern rebu60k miles cha
runs great, garageood bodykept
n$13o 500ks $185 ob
JEE 199ther7 WInt, Rler 4x4
AC, 3rd Seatmi), 79Black/ 4W,





home. This is the
To provekg, New you also
$(813,500 ) 813-779985-3233






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www.coo jeep.net
JeeV 2002 Grand Che L
black Rfully loaddrive, with
oldNAV LATION system ,
e12Kl mies $39,500







Cal 813-37-054008 or

LINCOLN 2000 NaEXPEDIgator
9200agne, perfect inter
exterior garage kept,

TOYOTA 2004 Se uoia
lJEEP 1997 Wrcanger 4x4hg








(65k mi), Blace



HARLEY 2003 1200 Cus-
Chrome. This is the
colest jeep there is!4
35k mi 9K (813)818-77993.654.812

HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006Che
ar. Kepte, Runs/drives Sissreat,
BarCold, ELect Sec. SY
Cvr.Well maintained $8813-4122348








Cvr. $8500 813-412-2348


( Motorcycles )
HARLEY 2004 FXSTS
Softail Springer Black/
Blue, 2000 Miles Many
Many Extras, Wheels,
Pipes, etc. etc.etc.
$15,500 813-267-1221
HARLEY DAVIDSON
2006 Ultra Classic
Screaming Eagle 103.
Autum haze & Vivid
bik only 900 miles
Mint cond. Clear title
220000
54-906-8540

( Golf Carts $l
CLUB CAR, Precedent
2005, Beige, with
conopy, Excell cond
$2995 obo Call
George 727-232-1761
GOLF CARTS WANTED
Buy/Sell/Trade
Char ers, artsall
related. 813-645-4515
or 813-484-9855 Ruskin

(c ATVs j
BOMBARDIER 2005 4x4
400 HD, Mossy Oak
Excellent condition ,ow
miles. Garaged
$3950 813-986-9219
HONDA 2000 TRX 300 Y
4 wheeler, green,
like new.
$5,000 obo
813-877-3249
QUAD RUNNERS 2001 EX
Honda 300 2wd $2,100
Suzuki 2005 Eiger
Intruder 400 4x4 350Mi
$3,900. 863-528-8069
(Automobiles Wanted))
BUYING All Junk
Vehicles! Fast, free
pickup & removal all
Junkers w/title 24/7.
Fast, Fast Cash!!
813-690-5205
CASH ON THESPOT
Cars, Trucks, Vans
Running Or Not
Free Pick Up, 24/7
813-416-1082

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running or not Fast free
dependable pickup 24/7
*S 813-493-1384 a
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autos, running or not
Will come pick them up
& paying more Call Ro
813-610-1535 24/7
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Dead or Alive
Cars Trucks & Vans.
Cash Paid. Free Pick Up.
813-389-3048
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Trucks Vans,Top $$$
Pay, Free Pick Up.
352-835-9293
I(Classics & Antiques)
CORVETTE 1981 Stingray,-
New High Proformance
Engine Many New
Parts $8,000
863-859-2290 398-6684
Studebaker 1933 Street
Rod A/C, Like New!
Must See. $40,000 obo
813-627-8896
bAutomobiles for Sale)
A A Rated Donation Do-
nate Your Car, Boat or
Real Estate IRS Tax De-
ductible. Free Pick-
UP/Tow Any
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d r e n
www.outreachcenter.or
g 1-800-693-7911
ACURA 20013.2CL, 6 cyl,
tan, Ithr, great sound
sys, sunrf new tires &
baf, wrty 59.5K mi. Pee
fet $8600 813-765-4103
AUDI 03 A6, V8, 4.2L, 30k
mi.,$26Uk,
(813)852-2735


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BMW 2001 Z3 60K auto,
cyl, ABS, A/C, bucket -
seating, CD, cruise,
leather int, pwr seats,
pwr win, no dents,
13.995 obo 813-220-
990 ramondr@aol.com
CADILLAC 1992 DeVille
Touring Sedan Exc.
cond, 49K Mi, V8 4.9L,
Power Everything, Been
in Grandma's Garage,
$4,995 813-352-1458
CADILLAC 2002 DEVILLE
53K mi, pearl / leather,
OnStar, immaculate,
non smoker $14,500
Call 813-382-2551
CHEVY 1999 Prizm LSI,
1 Owner, Pwrkg, 4cyl,
Auto, AM/FM/CD, New
Tires, Exc. Cond.
$3,895.00 813-230-7033
CORVETTE 1998 Conv.
Silver w/Blk Top, Delco
Mongoose 5400 All
custom, Exhaust Whls,
$28,500 813-641-1899
DONATE YOUR CAR To
American Association
for Cancer Research -
Saving Lives Through
Research. Fast / Free
Towing, Non-Runners
Acceptable. Please Call
1-800-728-0801.
FORD 1997 Mustan SVT
Cobra. 14k miles, Mint,
Pacific Green, Non-Smkr,
Garaged, SHOW CAR!
$11,600 813-685-5048
FORD 2000 Mustang 'GT
Convert white w/ gray
Ithr, 57k mi loaded, very
Sharp. New brks/ tires
$9900 727-787-7417
FORD 2003 Taurus
Excellent condition,
under priced. $3800
813-453-3452
HONDA 1993 Accord
$600 Police Impounds!
or listing
Call 1-800'-366-9813
ext C752
LEXUS 2002 LS430
1 owner, accident free,
66Kmi, Silver mint
cond, $19,995 813-855-
2756 Ad#0002305739


LEXUS 2002 SC430 Re-
tractable hardtop, sil-
ver, Ithr, 39 K, loaded,
garaged, mint, 1 owner.
$74 Knew, $35,500 now!
440-708-3622
LEXUS 2004 GS430 Very
low miles, nav, CD, sun
roof, exc cond, 1 owner,
fac. warrantee.
$25,995/813-333-9099
LINCOLN 1998 Continen-
tal Pearl White Exc.
Power, 64k mi,
$5,500 813-326-4865
Mercedes 2006 S350 4
door, 18,500mi Private
Mich. Tires. Navi., Sat-
ellite, wd whi, perfect
$39,750 813-404-7300
MERCURY 1997 Grand
13750 miles, like new.
$7500 obo
813-684-7440
MITSUBISHI, 2003 ,Galant
ES, Auto, Sunroof Cold
AC, CD, ALL POWER ,
good Cond. $ 5500 obo

PORSCHE 2002 Carrera
4S 6spd, Silver, BIk Lthr,
27k mi, Ext Warranty,
Exc. Cond, $45,000 obo
813-765-4374 -7
TOYOTA 1994Camry
$800Police Impounds!

Call 1-800-366-9813
ext 412497
TOYOTA 1997 Camry LE,
1 Owner, Pwr Pkg, 4cyl,
Auto, New Tires, Cus-
tom rims, Exc. Cond.
$4,895.00 813-230-7033
VOLVO 2002 40, white
w/ tan Ithr, auto, PW,
sunroof, CD, Great
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