WEDNES DAY,A P RIL 16, 20 0 8
SERVING PLANT '. .'', DOVER. TURKEY
CR .AND SURROUI i I.N G COMMUNITY IES
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Roberta Jordan, left, and Shelby Bender sit in a soda fountain display at the Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives Center, located in the 1914
High School, where they work. The old school played a central role in Plant City life, but today it is the keeper of the town's history.
Keepers Of The Past
The 1914 Plant City High School Community Center is registered as a national
treasure, yet it's better known as a local monument to the rites of passage in this
growing town. Many longtime residents go there to revisit the memories of their
youth, and strangers come to soak up the history and heritage of the museum
and archives it houses. It is a place that has touched the lives of many
in profound and enduring ways.
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support the American
Cancer Society is
Friday and Saturday.
More than 100 teams
are participating in
this season's Plant
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PLANT CITY Larry Sykes,
pastor of St. Luke Missionary
Baptist Church in Plant City,
has announced that because
of popular demand, Tonea
Stewart will be the guest
speaker at the church's annual
Graduation Mentors Banquet.
The event takes place at 6
p.m. Saturday at the Trinkle
center at the
Plant City cam-
pus of Hillsbor-
ty College, 1206
N. Park Road.
Stewart is a
film and televi-
Stewart sion star, hu-
manitarian, orator and profes-
sor of theater at Alabama State
She played Etta Kibbee in
the TV show "In the Heat of
the Night" and has performed
in many productions, includ-
ing "I Know Why the Caged
Bird Sings," "Roll of Thunder,"
"Invasion of the Body Snatch-
ers" and "Mississippi Bum-
Tickets to the banquet are
$45, and proceeds will benefit
the annual scholarship fund at
Call Mary Joyce Clayton at
(813) 752-4672 or the church
office at (813) 754-4992 for
tickets or information.
A Good Cause
PLANT CITY There's noth-
ing like an Italian spaghetti
dinner to bring the communi-
ty together, particularly for a.
The Take-Out Spaghetti
Dinner to benefit Unity in the
Community is from 5 to 7
p.m. April 25 at the Manatee
-Bay Cafe, 119 S. Collins St.
Unity helps the needy in the
The cost is $6 and includes
a salad, Cuban bread and
spaghetti with meatballs.
April's Team Member
PLANT CITY Julie Elrod, the
Member of the
Month at South
Elrod Florida Baptist
Ladies Night Out
PLANT CITY Ladies, here's
a chance for an evening out. A
lecture series for women be-
gins Thursday at South Florida
Baptist Hospital, 301 N. Al-
Highlights of Ladies Night
Out will include a tour of the
hospital beginning at 5:15 p.m.
in the main lobby, a program,
Cosmetic Surgery: A New
Year, A New You, at 6 p.m.
with guest speakers Marvin
Shienbaum and Shreekant
Tripathi, plastic and recon-
structive surgeons, and a light
The program is free, but
registration is required by
calling (813) 754-4444.
Other Ladies Night Out
events include Stress Manage-
ment and Life Balance, June
19; Gyn 101: Good Health Care
is Every Woman's Right, Aug.
21; and Thyroid Issues and
Osteoporosis, Oct. 16.
The Dallas Bull, 2233 U.S.
301 N., Tampa, partly owned
by Ed Verner of Plant City, is
continuing its yearlong con-
Each month, a new country
performer takes the stage.
Upcoming artists include Eric
Church on May 2 and Mark
Chesnutt on June 20.
Both concerts start about 10
p.m., and tickets are $9.95.
For information, call Ronnie
Monk at (813) 752-6565, Ext.
For European Program
PLANT CITY Matthew Cum-
bie has been accepted to par-
ticipate as a People to People
student ambassador to Eu-
rope this summer.
The 21-day exchange con-
sists of meeting with govern-
ment officials, interaction with
other students, educational
activities and living with host
Founded by President Ei-
senhower in 1956, the ambas-
sadorship requires partici-
pants to raise the $6,500 tu-
Cumbie is the son of Debbie
Cumbie, a Plant City native,
and the grandson of William
and Barbara Hutchcraft of
Valrico. He is a sophomore at
Smoky Mountain High School
in Sylva, N.C.
Friends and family mem-
bers who might want to wish
him well or help make his
dream come true can call him
at (828) 226-4381.
Have an event you would like to
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Industrial Park Developer
Unveils Plans For Project
Work at Lakeside
Station may begin
in six months.
By DAVE NICHOLSON
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The developer
of land once targeted for the
.city's largest housing devel-
opment plans to keep Lakeside
Station as part of its name.
Steven Schafer said his pro-
ject will be known as Lakeside
Station Business Park. He
hopes to close late this month
or in May on about 1,400 acres
at Park Road south of U.S. 92.
Sunrise Homes planned
Lakeside Station, a mostly resi-
dential development with
about 2,600 houses, on the
land. Sunrise abandoned plans
for the development, in part
because of the declining home
market. Lakeside Station
would have been slightly larger
than the city's biggest sub-
division, the 2,300-home Wal-
Schafer told business and
community leaders last week
that the land is an ideal spot
for warehouses and related de-
velopment. He said the loca-
tion is in the running for a
company interested in build-
ing a 700,000-square-foot
"We think this particular site
is ground zero," near Interstate
4 between Tampa and Orlan-
do, Schafer told members of
the Downtown Luncheon
Schafer hopes ground will
be broken for the first building
in six months, with the project
reaching the built out stage in
seven or eight years. He antici-
pates businesses building
more than 3 million square
feet of space and employing
About 10 percent of the land
will be used for apartments
available for rent to those who
work at the business park, he
said. Schafer said he also plans
to build eight ball fields on
about 180 acres and donate
them to the city.
There are environmental
hurdles to clear, including the
fact that it's close to Coronet
Industries, a former phos-
phate-processing plant and
site of an environmental
cleanup. The land also in-
cludes an old landfill operated
in the 1950s by Hillsborough
County and property that was
mined for phosphate in the
Schafer, who is located in
Farmington Hills, Mich., and
has developed property in sev-
eral states, said he is working
with the Environmental Pro-
At the April 3 luncheon club
meeting, he showed artist ren-
derings of buildings land-
scaped with palms and touted
the project as a tax bonanza for
Mayor Rick Lott said he was
impressed with Schafer, in-
cluding his plans to give park-
land to the city. Lott called
Schafer "a winner" and recall-
ed how organized he was in a
meeting with the city.
"He came in prepared," Lott
said. "He did his homework."
Reporter Dave Nicholson can be
reached at (813) 865-4432 or
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Things To Do is a list of some of
the most interesting upcoming
events. For a complete list of
Tampa Bay area events, see this
week's Friday Extra.
Release The Inner Artist,
See Florida On Film
Tap into your hidden artistic
talents and enjoy a film at two
events at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 McLendon St.,
Plant City. From 2 to 4 p.m.,
artists Peggy Paramore and
Cheryl Worsham will hold a
workshop entitled Releasing
Your Inner Artist. This adult
program is co-sponsored by
the Arts Council of Plant City.
Call the library to register at
The third and final film
discussion of the library's
Florida On Film Series, spon-
sored by the Florida Human-
ities Council, is at 6:30 p.m. A
film relating to Florida will be
viewed and discussed.
Friday And Saturday
Featured At Revival
Tommy Brown, who has
ministered across the nation
and around the world, in-
cluding in China and Africa,
will be the guest minister at
revival services 7 p.m. Friday
and Saturday at Zion Christian
Fellowship Church, 5503 Cas-
.seRod, Plant City.
0. ((81-3) 737-94b .
Party For The Planet
At Lowry Park Zoo
It's a party for the planet!
Celebrate the Earth from
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Tampa's
Lowry Park Zoo, 1101 W. Sligh
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You can help prepare shark food and hand feed the sharks Sunday
afternoon at the Florida Aquarium.
Ave., Tampa. Learn to connect
to the environment and make
a difference by spending the
day with the animals.
Enjoy a variety of animal
enrichment activities, educa-
tional displays and exhibits
throughout the- zoo.
The festivities are included
in zoo admission. A one-day
zoo pass is $18.95 for ages 12
and older, $14.95 for ages 11
and younger, $17.95 for se-
niors 60 and older and free for
3 and younger.
Call (813) 935-8552 or go to
Tea Time n Plant City 7f
Enjoy tea and raise money
for a good cause from 2 to 4
p.m. at the historical home
owned by Billy and Marsha
Passmore, 803 W. Reynolds
St., Plant City.
Tickets are $20 per person,
and money raised by the
event will help restore the
Plant City Cornerstone Center,
former home of First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
Call (813) 754-9526.
Day Of The Book,
Day Of The Child
Boca Beth, an award-win-
ning bilingual storyteller, will
give performances at 2:15 and
3 p.m. to help Bruton Memo-
rial Library celebrate El Dia de
los Ninos/El Dia de los Libros
or Day of the Child/Day of the
The library, 302 McLendon
St.. Plant City, will also offer
refreshments and tun and
informative displays and ac-
Liviues, including the Wellness
on Wheels van from South
Florida Baptist Hospital.
Children accompanied by
an adult will receive a free
Call (813) 757-9215.
Classic Cars Cruise
Antiques, hot rods and
Post Your Own Calendar
Of Events At
other vehicles will be on dis-
play from 4 to 9 p.m. for the
monthly Strawberry Classic
The activities will take place
in and around McCall Park at
Collins and Drane streets,
downtown Plant City. Vendors
will have food and other items
for sale and downtown spe-
cialty shops and restaurants
will be open for the event.
Call (813) 754-3707.
Coffee And Music
Musicians Suzy and Erin
perform at 7 p.m. at Espress
Yourself Coffee 101, 101 E. J.
Arden Mays Blvd., Plant City.
There's no admission charge.
Call (813) 659-0101.
A Tasty Festival
Food, wine and fun are on
tap at a festival f om 11 a.m. to
6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at
Keel &. Curley Winery, 5202
Thonotosassa Road, Plant
Restaurants and caterers
will offer samples of foods,
and meals and wine will be for
sale. There will be live enter-
tainment on the deck.
There's no admission
charge. Call (813) 752-9100.
See THINGS TO DO, Page 35 1-
World opens on the
site of the closed
CALL (813) 874-2863.
SNAP, SHARE AND ENJOY!
SNAP is a free online
community photo gallery
created by your friends and neighbors in the Tampa
Bay area. Come in to look, or upload your photos and
join in. > Go to plantcity.tbo.com.
Your Purse May
Women put their purses on the
floors of restaurants, stores, public
restrooms, tables, chairs, kitchen
counter, etc. These are places where
disease causing bacteria are present.
In a recent study, bacteria was
found on many of the purses tested
(especially the bottoms). Some
serious strains like e-coli and those
that cause hepatitis were present. To
reduce risk of spreading illness with
purses, wipe them with antibacterial
wipes or wash with soap and water.
Use hooks in bathrooms, hang
bags on the backs of chairs or keep
them in your lap. Never set purses
on kitchen counters or tables. The
above also applies to briefcases, back
packs, diaper bags, etc.
R- p-tred Pharmacist
The arts and crafts
event is set for
Saturday in the
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY It's a far cry
from Greenwich Village, but
the local arts crowd will gather
for a show and sale Plant
City-style from 10 a.m. to 2
Donna Jean Crocker, the
owner-developer of The Vil-
lage, a mixed-use center at
2804 James L. Redman Park-
way, will host the second an-
nual Art Show & Sale in the
complex's courtyard near the
Members of the Arts Council
of Plant City, the East Hillsbor-
ough Art Guild and other art
groups will offer arts and crafts
The Village is the perfect
setting for an art show, Crock-
"The Village sidewalks and
cobblestone drive create a
wide, divided boulevard,"
Crocker said. "This gives the
artists and vendors plenty of
room to set up their displays.
And the consumer has plenty
of room to park and wander
through the displays."
Crocker makes the space
available to all comers. There
is no charge for space and
registration can be made by
calling The Village's office at
"The event is open to' all
artists," Crocker said. "If it's
art, whether it's paintings,
sculpture or glassware, we wel-
come its display and sale."
Leo Watson, the president of
the East Hillsborough Art
Guild, said a good number of
the organization's 70 artists
will be on hand.
"We have also invited artists
from Brandon's art communi-
ty to come over for the show
and sale," Watson said. "Each
year we expect the show to
grow and expand. The venue is
IF YOU GO
WHAT: The Village's second
annual Art Show & Sale
WHEN: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Satur-
WHERE- The Village, 2804
James L. Redman Parkway
FEATURES: Free admission and
entertainment; arts, crafts and
refreshments will offered for
perfect and we know it will be
a great time for the artists and
Marsha Passmore, a board
member and past president of
the Arts Council of Plant City,
said members have been noti-
fied through the club's news-
Food and drinks will be of-
fered for sale by Charlie's Hot-
"We'll have hot dogs, cold
drinks and chips served from
our New York-style hot dog
wagon," said Charlie Grin-
stead, the stand's owner and
operator. "Our hot dogs are
devilishly delicious and the
best tasting dogs around."
Grinstead said he was at last
"We had a great time. I'm
looking forward to it."
Members of Covenant Bible
Church will also be there with
a concession offering drinks
and a bake sale.
Music at the event will be
played on the outdoor public
address system. Entertain-
ment will include dancers
from the Dance Carousel and
the Strawberry Express Clog-
Crocker can envision the an-
nual art show and sale becom-
ing a popular destination be-
cause "art and art. lovers still
attract one .another. We are
looking to accommodate
Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
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Sparkman Back In Office
Only 10.1 percent
of the city's voters
By GEORGE WILKENS
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The newest
city commissioner-elect can
skip Municipal Government
101 or other orientation.
Mike Sparkman, who served
on the city commission for 16
years before he stepped down
in 2005, was returned to office
in a two-way race that didn't
have an incumbent.
The Sparkman victory -
drawing 58.86 percent of the
April 8 vote could be viewed
as an easy win, but the veteran
politician said it took a deter-
mined campaign to bring
home those numbers.
"It was hard to get our voters
out because they thought I was
a shoe-in," Sparkman said of
the 947 voters who elected
him. "I knew it would be hard
to get our votes out if I didn't
Sparkman said he hoped to
receive 60 percent of the vote
in his race against business-
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Mike Sparkman encourages
voters on Election Day.
man Dean Snyder.
An. additional hurdle Was
any baggage carried into the
race by Sparkman, who was
running on. his long commis-
sion record. That factor drew
an unknown number of "nega-
tive votes," those cast by a
candidate's political enemies,
Plus, apathy so common in
such parochial, nonpartisan
races is evidenced by the turn-
out 10.1 percent of Plant
City's 15,956 registered voters
cast ballots. The low turnout
came despite six days of early
voting and chamber of com-
merce weather on Election
"We were hoping for more,
shooting for 1,800 to 2,000"
votes being cast, Sparkman
said, but realized it could be
far short of that number. "We
thought the low side would be
1,400 to 1,600," he said.
"It's just apathy. It's dis-
appointing more people don't
get out vote, but we're still
pleased" with the end result,
Sparkman said. "It was a sweet
Supervisor of Elections Bud-
dy Johnson said 953 took ad-
vantage of early voting, the
Hillsborough County debut of
the optical scan voting system.
For Sparkman, the most
valuable tool for winning was
neither campaign literature
nor a banner towed by a sin-
gle-engine airplane flying over
the Florida Strawberry Festival
parade route, but something
"Very definitely, what
helped our camp was network-
ing among our people, our
friends and supporters, and
those supporters getting with
their friends and neighbors,"
"Both sides did a real hard
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campaign, a clean campaign,
like it should be," Sparkman
Snyder, 53, agreed. "I
thought it was a professional
race, and we need to be profes-
sional in Plant City," said Sny-
der, who received 662 votes.
"It was an interesting day,"
Snyder said of Election Day,
which he spent with sign-wav-
ing supporters outside the city
hall polling place.
"I thought there should have
been more. I anticipated an-
other 1,000 voters, but they
weren't there," he said.
"Everyone likes to win,"
Snyder said. He added, howev-
er, he is pleased with the per-
centage of the vote he drew in
his first try for public office,
facing "someone who's been
in the community as long as
Mike Sparkman has. He's done
a lot for the community."
Snyder is not closing any
political doors. Asked if he
might seek office in the future,
he said, "I may."
Sparkman is to take the oath
of office at the June 9 city
commission meeting, assum-
ing the Group 4 seat he last
held in 2005. He replaces Rob-
ert Brown, who announced in
January he would not seek a
second three-year term to the
post that pays $9,160 annually.
Sparkman said his business
background and understand-
ing of municipal operations
eliminates the need for on-
the-job city hall training.
"I've stayed real close,"
Sparkman said of monitoring
local government activities, is-
sues and problems since leav-
ing office three years ago.
Sparkman, 63, said he has
no hidden agenda. "A lot of
people thought I was working
so hard [to get elected] for
some reason. Basically, I work
hard at everything I do," he
said. His strong campaign ef-
fort also demonstrated he was
serious about returning to, city
government, he said.
"I don't have a vendetta. I'm
not upset with the commis-
sion; I think they're doing a
good job," Sparkman said. Ini-
tially he will "listen and learn
and get back in the flow," he
As for extending his record
six years as mayor, that's not
on the horizon, he said. The
commissioners select a mayor
from their ranks each June.
"I'm just glad to be there and
support Mayor Rick Lott,"
Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813)865-4433 or
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The 1914 High School houses a treasure trove of artifacts, family history and
memories that keep people coming back for answers or a peek at the past.
Tribune photos by JIM REED.
Rooms inside the 1914 Plant City High School Community Center, such as the one above that resembles a soda fountain, display pieces
of Plant City's past, including a Model T in mint condition, farm implements and a camera collection.
The museum's family history collection includes marriage, ceme- The Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives Center has a display of Plant
tery and land records, and a century's worth of local newspapers. City High School class rings donated by alumni.
Time Echoes In
"The elusive, darting,
silvery thing called Time
is used and used beautiful-
ly, like a deft and flashing
needle, to weave the
colorful threads of our
past into a tapestry of
The late John Keasler,
newspaper columnist and
Plant City native
By JAN HOLLINGSWORTH
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The world
was teetering near the
brink of war when the
people of this young town
built their first real high
The year was 1914 and, for
the better part of a century,
the stately brick structure has
served as a monument to
private histories, public strug-
gles and the legends and lega-
cies of the past.
It is a place where many
longtime residents met and
courted their mates, a place
that presided over many rites
of passage, both extraordinary
The echoes of school as-
semblies and pep rallies have
faded through the years, re-
placed by the rhythms of the
Florida Opry and the hushed
tones of visitors who have
come to discover the school's
more recent incarnations.
The Opry, which brought
homespun country and gospel
to the school's auditorium, fell
silent this season after a de-
cade of Nashville-style enter-
tainment that drew music-
lovers from surrounding
Still, folks find reason to
"We have a lot of pedestrian
traffic of people who say, 'I
went to school here,' or 'My
parents or grandparents did.'
And they just want to come in
and walk around," said Shelby
Bender, president of the East
Hillsborough Historical Soci-
ety, which calls the 1914 Plant
Display cases inside the archive may contain garments, photos,
artistic efforts of local students or other treasures from the past.
Ariyone from anywhere can use the center's extensive resources
to piece together their family histories.
Tribune photos by JIM REED
Shelby Bender, right, and Roberta Jordan help preserve thousands of books and volumes of documents that fill the historical library.
"We have a complete subscription to the worldwide ancestry database
and we have, quite a few books that no one else in the area has."
One ofseveral volunteers that staff the Quintilla Geer Bruton Archives Center
City High School Community
Others pass by each day,
remembering the central role
it once played in the life of a
town, yet largely unaware of
its current role as keeper of
the town's history and
perhaps more than a few of its
"Much of Plant City doesn't
make use of the good cultural
resources that they have,"
Those who do are generally
searching for their roots in the
branches of family trees.
"Most are looking for gene-
alogy," said Roberta Jordan,
one of several volunteers who
staff the Quintilla Geer Bruton
Archives Center, which occu-
pies space on the first floor of
the old school, which is on the
National Register of Historic
Bruton, founder of the his-
torical society in 1974 and the
driving force behind the cre-
ation of the archives center a
few years later, was the wife of
Circuit Judge James D. Bruton,
another passionate student of
The Brutons have passed
on, but their presence re-
Those who enter the school
must first cross a walkway
constructed, brick by brick, by
When he retired in 1975, he
donated the furniture from his
chambers to the archives.
1914 Plant City High
Center, 605 N. Collins
1914: Built at a cost of 40.000
1915: First classes begin
1959: Plant City High moves to
a new location, building be-
comes Tomlin Junior High
1973: Tomlin moves to the
second Plant City High quar-
ters off U.S. 92
1974: East Hillsborough Histor-
ical Society founded
1977: Historical society moves
into former school
Quintilla Geer Bruton
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday through Saturday,
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
1914 Plant City High
1 to 5 p.m. Thursday. Friday
and Saturday or by appoint-
For information on the old high
school and its historical re-
sources, call the historical
society at (813) 757-9226.
Visitors are welcome to work
at Bruton's two sturdy oak
conference tables. The judge's
impressive leather and rose-
wood claw-foot armchairs,
however, are strictly for show.
"I had to promise they
would never lie used," Bender
Quintilla Brutonns presence
"'alsacan be e'i'fthilghout the
archives, where one wall is
dominated by a vintage photo
of her mother.
Thousands of books and
volumes of documents fill the
shelves of the historical li- '
brary, where the past has been
meticulously collected and
preserved. The focus here is
Plant City, eastern Hillsbor-
ough County and the state of
Florida. Many of the materials,
however, span the globe, mak-
ing the center a place where
anyone from anywhere can
work on piecing together their
"We have a complete sub-
scription to the worldwide
ancestry database and we
have quite a few books that no
one else in the area has," said
Jordan, who got hooked on
genealogy several years ago.
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For people rooted in Plant
City, the building is a treasure
trove of family history.
There are marriage, ceme-
tery, lineage society and land
records, immigration and tax
lists, obituaries, plat maps and
a century's worth of local
There also is a selection of
genealogy books that explain
how these documents can be
used to shed light on chapters
of family history and heritage.
There is a microfilm that
lists all of the old marks and
cattle brands used in Hillsbor-
The archive also boasts a
complete bound collection of
Confederate Veterans maga-
zine, and houses an extensive
selection of local high school
yearbooks one of the most
"A lot of times, people
didn't have one or didn't keep
theirs and they'll want to look
through one for something,"
Not long ago, a recent wid-
ow came with her children,
wanting to show them a year-
book photo of their father.
"They went out happy and
smiling to see how Daddy
looked in high school," she
The center also receives
inquiries from out of town,
which volunteers try to re-
search. Sometimes that's
where historical census re-
cords, obituaries and city .
directories come in handy,
"We'll get someone looking
for their great Aunt Betsy that
lived in Plant City in 1942,"
. The historical society also
assists people doing.commer-
Tribune photo by JIM REED
Books about local history and artifacts that were used by the
earliest settlers to the area can be found at the center.
"We recently completed a
query for a company that was
looking for information about
what historic sites would have
been within a certain radius of
Highway 39 North. For what
reason, I don't know," she
That type of information
often is needed to obtain per-
mits to install cell phone tow-
ers and other construction
projects, Bender added.
There are also what Jordan
calls "off-the-wall" questions
the archives can answer.
"We had a question too
long ago they wanted to
know who had the first gas or
water meter in the city," Jor-
dan said. "We've got those
The rusted relics that sur-
round the old school's
grounds at 605 N. Collins St.
hint at its other function as a
museum or rather, several
Emily Bender, volunteers one
or more Fridays per month
giving visitors tours of the
rooms that display pieces of
Plant City's past.
"A lot of older people are
interested in the farm room
with farm implements donat-
ed by local families," she said.
Others gravitate to the se-
lection of gowns and robes
worn by Florida Strawberry
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Festival queens in years past.
There is something for most
everyone in the sprawling
high school from the mint
Model T in the upstairs hall-
way, to the extensive camera
collection of local photogra-
pher Gladys Jeffcoat.
"She did all of our school
photos when we were in ele-
mentary," Shelby Bender
remembered. "She pinched
you on your cheek and told
you to smile."
Emily Bender, a member of
the high school's Class of
1949, knows her way around
the old school and its history.
Her sons attended there when
it became a junior high
school. So she figures she
should be able to tell people
what they want to know.
"Invariably they come up
with a question I've never
been asked before," she said.
"Everybody is very interested
when they get in there."
One of the more recent
points of interest and per-
haps the most controversial -
was the installation last year
of an exhibit commemorating
what is known as the Cow
Cavalry, a group of cattlemen
recruited during the last days
of the Civil War to drive Flori-
da's Cracker cows north to
feed starving Confederate
City Commissioner Mary -
Yvette Thomas Mathis ob-
jected to the sculpture de-
picting one of the cowboy
soldiers being placed on city
The 1914 High School, as it
is known locally, was deeded
to Plant City by the Hillsbor-
ough County School District
in 1977. The historical society
moved in shortly after.
The Cow Cavalry contro-
versy prompted the city com-
mission to require the society
to seek city permission before
erecting any outside exhibits
that are in place for more than
The city has considered
deeding the school over to the
historical society. The society
has an interest in the propos-
al, which is still in the dis-
cussion stage, Shelby Bender
There is a question of
whether the historical society
can secure-the resources to
maintain the building and its
insurance. Bender said she's
looking into that.
"There are some cases that I
think the historical society as
a nonprofit would have a
better standing for funding,
whether [it be from] the pri-
vate sector or the grants sec-
tor," she said.
Meanwhile, the community
continues to embrace the
grand old school that has
touched so many local lives -
even if they haven't fully ex-
amined the many secrets in its
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was on the honor roll and the
varsity cheerleading squad at
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and two young men who
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To add your views or start a
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I wish Victoria the best. I can't
blame her for not wanting to
return. It's probably best right
now anyway. I also think these
girls should be prosecuted as
Posted by ToTheBeachWeGo
No matter the reason, there is
no excuse for a beating of this
magnitude. There is no call for
six girls, holding down and beat-
ing an unsuspecting person,
regardless of what was alleged-
ly said on the Internet.
Posted by Ernwood_99
Unless she was in the process
of .physically attacking these
girls, there can be no justifica-
tion for what they did to her. In
some ways we've become so
civilized that we can't look
brutality in the face without
flinching and, as our own moral
courage fails, we try to find
some justification for it in the
actions of the victim. Well, she
shouldn't have worn such a
short skirt, or he shouldn't have
driven such a nice car, or what-
ever. As long as we justify bru-
tality we'll have more of it. The
victim here isn't to blame; she
deserves sympathy and support
from the community. As for the
kids who took part in this at-
tack, a long stint in jail is what
Posted by Godzilla
This is exactly what I would do
if this happened to my child.
Things like this need to stop!
Parents need to be more in-
volved in their children's lives!
There is no excuse for the beat-
ing of another child.
Posted by Rudy21
This story makes me sick to my
stomach. Hopefully these delin-
quents will be charged as adults
and let's all hope the punish-
ment fits the crime. They are a
total embarrassment to them-
selves, their school, their com-
munity and their families. They
should be ashamed of them-
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way when they are called a
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Posted by Nitramasil
When I was a young teenager I
would have never thought to do
something of that nature. No
matter what was said about me,
no matter the circumstances
nothing of that sort would have
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need to face some real conse-
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people like those girls are not
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Posted by SaydeyMae54
Kids are going to talk trash.
Adults do it also. People are
going to talk, that's life. But you
can't go around beating people
up because of it. Talk is just
that, no action. I don't think it's
right and I feel the only way
these teens will learn is if-they
are charged as adults. They
need a dose of reality because
when they get out of high
school the real world isn't as
Posted by Legalchick
Six to one? Let's talk about fair
play or have we completely .
forgotten how to teach our kids
morals? I believe we have. I am
a parent, and I would let my
child sit in jail for anything like
this. Maybe that is why the
chances of my children doing
such an act as this would be
very slim to none.
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SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT ........... $1.79 LB
SPARERIBS RANDOM WEIGHT ........... $1.49 LB
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HALF OR WHOLE
GOATS .......................... $2.29 LB
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event will begin
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Organizers
hope to raise more than
$250,000 during the 10th anni-
versary of the Relay for Life in
Plant City, a fundraiser aimed
at helping to find a cure for
Annually, Plant City's effort
has been one of the more
successful fundraisers of its
kind in the state, said Lauren
Erickson, the Hillsborough
County representative for the
American Cancer Society.
CarolAnn Mayo, assistant
principal at Wilson Elementary
School, is the director of this.
year's relay, which starts at 6
p.m. Friday and ends at noon
Saturday. The event will take
place at Plant City High
School's football stadium, One
Raider Place off Alexander
"With this being our 10th
year anniversary, we hope that
we have lots of people out
there to help make this our
best year yet," Mayo said. "We
have over 70 teams,and our
goal this year is to raise a
record amount for our event,
more than $250,000."
Last year's Plant City Relay
for Life raised about $220,000.
"We invite all cancer survi-
vors in the area to come out to
this important and moving
event," Mayo said. "If they
haven't preregistered, it
doesn't matter to us. They can
come out the day of relay and
Mayo said the chairwoman
of the survivor committee, Ju-
lie Crites, died unexpectedly
"It was Julie's wish to have
200 survivors at this year's
event," Mayo said. "We are
working very hard to honor her
Teams raise money through
pledges for each lap they walk
or through other fundraising
methods. All the money goes
to the American Cancer Soci-
Many of the popular activ-
ities, such as games and the
lighting of luminaria, are tradi-
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Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Carol Mayo, standing, chairwoman of Relay for Life, and the orga-
nizers say they are looking for a lot of local involvement.
tionally scheduled between
the opening ceremony and 2
a.m. Mayo and her staff have
attempted to 'increase the
event's drawing power Satur-
day morning by adding an
"Something new this year is
our children in the elementary
school chorus will be perform-
ing a very special song at 10
a.m. on Saturday to honor our
survivors," Mayo said. "We are
hopeful that this will improve
attendance the next day and
make our closing ceremony
and final lap a very significant
end to the event."
Erickson assists with each
community relay fundraiser.
"It's not just an opportunity
to celebrate, remember and
fight back" against cancer, Er-
ickson said last week. "Local
involvement will help the
American Cancer Society work
toward a mission of eliminat-
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IF YOU GO
WHAT: Relay for Life to benefit
the American Cancer Society
WHEN: 6 p.m. Friday to noon
WHERE: Plant Ciry High School
stadium, One Raider Place
INFORMATION: Contact the
American Cancer Sociery's
Lauren EricKson at Lauren
.Erickson',jcancer.org or (813)
685-0670, Ext. 112.
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Mayo asks people who at-
tend the relay to bring a rock-
ing chair, if they have one, to
provide comfortable seating
for those who wish to partici-
pate but cannot walk the track.
"We want to make this an
event that allows everyone the
opportunity to show their sup-
port for our survivors and
those who have lost the bat-
tle," she said.
Those interested in volun-
teering can see Mayo during
See RELAY FOR LIFE, Page 27 I
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This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported April 6-12 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office.
Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriffs
office at (813) 247-8200.
Acker Rd, Block 13700, robbery, Apr.
11, 10:28 p.m.
Acker Rd, Block 13700, shooting, Apr.
Brady Ave, Block 3100, home in-
vasion, Apr. 6, 7:32 a.m.
Castlewood Rd, Block 4600, neigh-
bor trouble, Apr. 11, 10:59 a.m.
Dr King Blvd E, Block 1600, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 6, 11:01 a.m.
Dr King Blvd E/Valrico Rd N, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 7, 2:57 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14600, theft, Apr.
12, 7:27 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Pettie Rd, DUI, Apr. 10,
Forbes Rd S, Block 1900, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 10, 6:58 p.m.
Franklin Ave, Block 14500, residential
burglary, Apr. 9, 11:49 a.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 2900, theft, Apr.
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 6000, neigh-
bor trouble, Apr. 12, 7:32 p.m.
Gordon Rd, Block 1400, neighbor
trouble, Apr. 12, 4:43 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 9, 2:55 a.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 9,5:40 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 9, 7:12 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 500, domestic
violence, Apr. 11, 7:59 a.m.
Lake Ave, Block 14600, residential
burglary, Apr. 9, 6:58 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 9,8:47 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 10400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 6, 8:52 a.m.
Milagro Ct, Block 14500, discharge
firearm, Apr. 12, 1:18 a.m.
Moores Lake Rd, Block 3200, dis-'
turbance, Apr. 12, 8:08 p.m.
Pettie Rd, Block 3500, robbery, Apr.
11, 10:06 p.m.
Rushgrove Cr, Block 1400, residential
burglary, Apr. 12,1:36 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, loose animal,
Apr. 7, 6:56 p.m. --
SR 60 E, Block 5200, neighbor trou-
ble, Apr. 7, 8:49 p.m.
SR 60 E/Dover Rd N, fire, Apr. 8,
Schleif Ln Bl.ck 3700, d;.charge
-firearm, Apr. 12, 1:1? am
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 2200, noise
complaint, Apr. 12, 8:14 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
disturbance, Apr. 10, 12:51 p.m.
Sydney Rd, Block 14800, criminal
mischief, Apr. 6,3:25 a.m.
Sydney Rd/Sydney Dover Rd, theft,
Apr. 7, 2:31 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 12900, traffic crash/
injuries, Apr. 6,1:37 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5400, stolen vehicle,
Apr. 12, 3:05 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, neighbor
trouble, Apr. 12,1:45 a.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, drug law
violation, Apr. 10, 10:04 p.m.
Walden Sheffield Rd, Block 14000,
theft, Apr. 7, 2:56 p.m.
Bruton Rd, Block 4800, loose animal,
Apr. 12, 9:50 a.m.
Dormany Rd N, Block 6000, resi-
dential burglary, Apr. 8, 11:41 a.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 7700,
loose animal, Apr. 9, 10:39 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Apr. 8, 9:26 a.m.
Pless Rd, Block 5500, vehicle bur-
glary, Apr. 7, 7:12 a.m.
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4900, person
down, Apr. 8,12:13 a.m.
1-4 Eastbound/Charlie Taylor, crimi-
nal mischief, Apr. 7, 2:46 p.m.
1-4 Eastbound/Park Rd N, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 8, 7:51 p.m.
1-4 Westbound/Branch Forbes,
traffic crash/injuries, Apr. 8, 3:46 p.m.
1-4 Westbound/Paul Buchman,
traffic crash/injuries, Apr. 6, 9:39 p.m.
Azalea Blossom Dr, Block 3100;
deputy crash/no injuries, Apr. 10, 7:25
Barton Rd, Block 6300, assault/
battery, Apr. 7,11:05 a.m.
Bending Oak Dr, Block 3200, illegal
dumping, Apr. 8,11:20 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1600, dis-
turbance, Apr. 10, 3:19 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 2100, prowl-
er, Apr. 10, 12:10 a.m.
- CR 574/Turkey Creek Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 6, 9:41 p.m.
Center St, Block 600, business
burglary, Apr. 6, 12:07 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 7, assault/battery,
Apr. 12,1:33 p.m.
Cypress Dr, Block 100, robbery, Apr.
Fritzke Rd/Thonotosassa Rd, loose
animal, Apr. 8,8:22 a.m.
Half Mile Rd/Hunter Rd E, discharge
firearm, Apr. 6, 12:49 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5500, dis-
turbanrce-, Apr 8. 8:51 a rr,
Herring St W/Wheeler St N, fight,
Apr. 8, 2:10 p.m.
Joe Sanchez Rd, Block 3300, neighbor
trouble, Apr. 11, 11:43 a.m.
Keene Rd, Block 4400, neighbor
trouble, Apr. 10, 11:35 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 7, 2:51 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 10400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 6, 8:52 a.m.
Merit Oak Dr, Block 400, assault/
battery, Apr. 11, 10:27 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/County Line,
loose animal, Apr. 9, 2:08 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Knights-Griffin,.
fire, Apr. 9,11:30 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Sam Allen Rd,
DUI, Apr. 6, 12:09 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Sam Allen Rd,'
drug law violation, Apr. 12, 6:08 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Tollar Rd, loose
animal, Apr. 9,1:42 p.m.
Sam Allen Oaks Cr/Sam Allen, DUI,
Apr. 11, 3:01 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman,
disturbance, Apr. 9, 9:45 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman, drug
law violation, Apr. 10, 9:55 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Wilder Rd N, crimi-
nal mischief, Apr. 9, 12:56 p.m.
Shady Grove Ln, Block 2500, dead
person, Apr. 12, 11:53 p.m.
Silverstone Ct, Block 3400, acciden-
tal injury, Apr. 10, 2:19 p.m.
Spencer St W, Block 1000, dis-
turbance, Apr. 7,12:09 p.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 5700, drug law
violation, Apr. 8, 3:17 p.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 5700, residential
burglary, Apr. 8, 11:57 a.m.
Sydney Rd/Turkey Creek Rd, drug
law violation, Apr. 10, 1:09 a.m.
Terrace Dr E, Block 300, theft, Apr. 9,
Thackery Way S, Block 4000, fire,
Apr. 10, 3:59 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 4800,
discharge firearm, Apr. 9, 1:19 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, crimi-
nal mischief, Apr. 9, 9:47 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, Apr. 8,1:23 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 5400, dis-
turbance, Apr. 8,1:43 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 2800, graffiti,
Apr. 9,12:45 p.m.
Wilder Rd N/Robinson Rd, drug law
violation, Apr. 8,12:41 a.m.
Young Rd, Block 3800, stolen vehicle,
Apr. 7,12:01 p.m.
Branchwood Rd, Block 2400, dis-
charge firearm, Apr. 7, 6:19 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, domes-
tic violence, Apr. 6, 1:16 a.m.
Charlie Griffin Rd, Block 400, dis-
turbance, Apr U. 4:05 p rn
Clay Turner Rd, BIo.: 3.C00, business
burglary, Apr. 8, 8:54 a.m.
Coronet Rd, Block 4500, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 11, 10:09 a.m.
Coronet Rd, Block 5100, criminal
mischief, Apr. 6, 12:24 a.m.
Coronet Rd, Block 5100, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 7, 5:50 a.m.
Forbes Rd N/Dr King Blvd, dis-
turbance, Apr. 8,5:49 p.m.
Forbes Rd S/Downing St, hit-and-
run/injuries, Apr. 10, 6:58 p.m.
Forbes Rd S/Downing St, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 10, 7:19 p.m.
Futch Rd, Block 3500, loose animal,
Apr. 6, 5:12 p.m.
Jent Ave, Block 4300, discharge
firearm, Apr.. 9, 7:47 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 2700, theft,
Apr. 9, 5:17 p.m.
John Jackson Rd, Block 2600, loose
animal, Apr. 10, 8 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Apr.
8, 12:27 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 6, 4:56 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 8, 7:30 p.m. '
Maxwell Rd, Block 3600, loose
animal, Apr. 11, 7:28 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5100, loose
animal, Apr. 11, 12:57 p.m.
Pandora PI, Block 4800, disturbance,
Apr. 7, 2:19 a.m.
Pindo Palm Ct, Block 4000, criminal
mischief, Apr. 6,2:28 p.m.
Pindo Palm Ct, Block 4000, criminal
mischief, Apr. 6, 9:41 a.m.
Pindo Palm Ct, Block 4000, domestic
violence, Apr. 6, 2:14 a.m. .
SR 60 E/Ramsgate PI, traffic crash/
injuries, Apr. 12, 2:29 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, fight, Apr.
Smith Ryals Rd/Colson Rd, fire, Apr.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 1800, dis-
turbance, Apr. 10, 2:42 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 2400, stolen
vehicle, Apr. 7, 1:45 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Apr. 11,11:48 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 2800, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 7, 7:30 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S/Clay Turner Rd, loose
animal, Apr. 6, 3:34 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S/Ralston Rd, loose
animal, Apr. 6,3:34 p.m.
1-4 Eastbound/Branch Forbes, dis-
turbance, Apr. 7, 9:51 p.m.
1-4 Eastbound/Branch Forbes, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 6,1:43 p.m.
Bugg Rd, Block 4700, domestic
violence, Apr. 7, 8:16 p.m.
C P Keen Rd, Block 5100, theft, Apr.
9, 8:56 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8800, traffic crash/
injuries, Apr. 6, 10:13 p.m.
CR39 S/SR 60 E DUlrArr i0 1.
, p.m. ,
Calhoun Rd, Block 5500, criminal
mischief, Apr. 8, 5:53 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 6500, domestic
violence, Apr. 12, 12:43 p.m.
Durant Rd/Dover Rd S, discharge
firearm, Apr. 7, 5:53 p.m.
Farkas Rd W, Block 5700, distur-
bance, Apr. 9, 8:13 p.m.
Hawkins Rd/Colson Rd, person
down, Apr. 11, 9:51 p.m.
Heathcoe Rd, Block 4000, domestic
violence, Apr. 11, 5:41 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Apr.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 9, 2:01 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 9, 8:14 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Apr. 9, 9:49 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Apr. 8,9:29 a.m.
McDonald Rd, Block 800, drug law
violation, Apr. 11, 10:32 p.m.
Merrin Rd E/Nesmith Rd, animal call,
Apr. 12, 6:28 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 4800, vehicle
burglary, Apr. 11, 7:48 a.m.
Mud Lake Rd/SR 60 W, person
down, Apr. 6, 5:12 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd, Block 900, busi-
ness burglary, Apr. 10, 7:47 a.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/Henry George,
illegal dumping, Apr. 9, 6:45 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/Henry George,
theft, Apr. 12, 4:39 p.m:
Pitcher Rd, Block 8500, fire, Apr. 6,
Pitcher Rd/Nichols Rd, fire, Apr. 6,
SR 60 E, Block 1700, stolen vehicle,
Apr. 6, 8:53 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, theft, Apr. 8,
SR 60 E/County Line Rd S, traffic
crash/injuries, Apr. 12, 2:26 p.m.
SR 60 E/Jerry Smith Rd, person
down, Apr. 9, 3:35 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2000, DUI, Apr. 12,
SR 60 W, Block 2300, theft, Apr. 9,
SR 60 W, Block 600, stolen vehicle,
Apr. 7, 8:07 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd/Old Hopewell,
business burglary, Apr. 10, 9:05 a.m.
Swilley Rd/CR 39 S, disturbance, Apr.
12, 6:30 p.m.
US 92 W/Rogers Rd, disturbance,
Apr. 6, 10:55 p.m.
. Whitehead Rd, Block 5900, illegal
dumping, Apr. 9, 10:12 a.m.
Keyword: Crime Track-
er, to find the locations
o11f eight wajor felony
KIWANIS CLUB: The Kiwanis
Club of Plant City will observe
pastor appreciation day at its
meeting at noon today at Red
Rose Inn and Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St. The club meets at
:the same location at noon
Wednesday. Upcoming pro-
grams include Wes Cowell,
pharmacist at South Florida
Baptist Hospital, who will speak
on the dangers of and disposal
of expired medication, April. 23;
state Rep. Rich Glorioso, May
_14; Plant City police Detective
Jay Best, who will speak on
identify theft, May 21; Boys &
Girls Club of Tampa Bay Presi-
dent Brad Baumgardner, June
18, and county Commissioner Al
18; and county Commissioner AIl
Higginbotham, June 25.
BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSO-
CIATION: The Plant City Charter
Chapter of the American Busi-
ness Women's Association will
host its annual Working Wom-
en's Round Up to benefit The
Spring of Tampa Bay, 11:30
a.m.-1 p.m. April 28. The Spring
helps victims of domestic vio-
lence. The association is seeking
such donations as clothes for
women, especially new or lightly
used business clothes, men and
children's clothing, toiletries,
toys, books and household
items. Donations will be accept-
ed at the Plant City Carrabba's
Italian Grill, 1205 Townsgate
Court, off Thonotosassa Road
south of Interstate 4. (813)
TOM JONES IMPERSONATOR:
Harmik, a Tom Jones imperson-
ator, will perform 7 p.m. April
26 at Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St., Plant City.
P.J. Leary and the Las Vegas
Sounds open for Harmik. Pat
Capuzzi will also appear. There's
no cover charge, but a minimum
$20 purchase in the dining room
or lounge is required. For in-
formation, call (813) 752-3141 or
go to www.redroseinnandsuites
LEARN TO DANCE: Veteran
dance instructor Susan Staton
gives dance lessons 7 p.m.
Monday at the Red Rose Inn
and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Instruction offered includes
rumba, tango, cha-cha, swing
and waltz. Each session is $10,
reservations are not required.
There is no age limit, and no
partner is needed. (813) 752-
, WATERSHED PROGRAM: Plant
City offers the following envi-
ronmental education classes. All
classes are free but require
pre-registration by calling (813)
757-9289, Ext. 2249.
Pickin' Wildflowers, 6 p.m..
May 6, public works building,
1802 Spooner Drive. Children 4
to 12 will paint a terra cotta pot
and learn' how to grow the state
wildflower, coreopsis. They will
follow along with a coloring
book provided by the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
learn about the native beauties
that used to grow all over the
Under the Sea, 6'p.m. July
17, public works building, 1802
Spooner Drive. Children 4 to 12
will learn about ocean life by
following along with a coloring
book provided by the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission. Afterward, they
will unleash their creativity and
make a clay bowl with shell
impressions. Participants should
dress to make a mess.
Worms Eat My Garbage,
6:30 p.m. Aug. 28, Bruton Me-
morial Library, 302 W. McLen-
don St. Attendees will make a
worm bin to get them started.
Send items to Community Calendar,
The Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to
Art" show has led
to more exhibits.
By CHERYL KUCK
PLANT CITY For years, Bru-
ton Memorial Library has
brought the work of local
artists to the attention of the
community through monthly
exhibitions and events.
In years when there were
few opportunities for a strug-
gling arts community, the
library often provided about
the only showcase for visual
arts in Plant City.
Since she began her tenure
as library director in 1991,
Anne Haywood has believed
in combining the literary and
"Visual exhibits help make
the arts, books and movies
more commonly focused," she
said. "It helps the community
to understand that the library
is an all-encompassing arts
organization whose agenda is
In February, the library, at
302 McLendon St., presented
"Uncommon Art," a show in
honor of MacDonald Training
For years, the training cen-
ter has provided living and
employment services to assist
people in achieving their
In January 2006, the center
established an art enrichment
Photos by CHERYL KUCK
MacDonald Training Center artist Jamie Lepp shows his colorful
clay art that was on display at Bruton Memorial Library.
Training Center artist Linda Moss is delighted that a show pro-
gram features her painting "Joyce."
program with weekly classes.
The center has developed a
strong arts program under the
direction of Rita Hattab, art,
marketing and promotions
There are 90 adults in the
arts program. Work is created
in the training center's Plant'
City studio at 2902 N. Cork
Road and sold through the
center's main facility at 5420
W. Cypress St., Tampa.
"It's a luxury for a student
to take art classes because
they are all working," Hattab
said. "They really have to want
to participate in the art pro-
gram; they have a variety of
jobs and are so proud to re-
ceive a paycheck. ... But when
they sell a piece of art, well,
that's over the top."
The group's instructor, Jan
Radovan, is a native of the
Philippines and has an educa-
tional background in architec-
ture. Radovan does not refer
to himself as an art teacher.
He prefers to call himself "a
career builder" who believes
in his students.
"I know that with dedica-
tion and a positive influence
they are not disabled, rather
they are, instead, very able to
lead the lives they choose," he
There are continuous art
exhibits by the center's stu-
dent artists at the Florida
Mental Health Institute at the
University of South Florida.
For information about the
training center, programs and
future exhibitions call (813)
870-1300, Ext. 252. The cen-
ter's Web site is at www
Cheryl Kuck can be reached at
Center's Artists Gain Support
RELAY FOR LIFE
Continued From Page 24
the event. The organizers
could use help with setting
up the luminaria about 9
p.m. and assisting during
the survivor ceremony.
Nine games will be
played during the event, in-
cluding a Hula Hoop con-
test and cheese-ball toss.
Some of the games will be
The opening ceremony
begins at 6 p.m. Friday. The
opening team lap will begin
about 6:45 p.m. and will be
followed by the survivor re-
The organizers are seek-
ing pictures of survivors
and those who have lost the
battle to cancer for a special
presentation this year. The
photographs can be sent
through Thursday night to
Hunter Gambrell at
.fl.us. Gambrell plans to
project the 'photos, which
are expected to number in
the hundreds, if not thou-
sands, on a large screen
during the relay.
For information, e-mail
Erickson at Lauren.Erickson
@cancer.org or call (813)
685-0670, Ext. 112.
Reporter George H. Newman
can be reached at (813) 865-
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PLANT CITY North
Hillsborough County resid
interested in preserving t
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to gain a unified voice at
The Alliance of Rural i
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working with the various
ermmental agencies on iss
that may affect our comm
ty," said Charlotte Butler-]
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Formation of the nonp:
organization evolved follow
an initial meeting of 40-
area residents who "gath
to discuss conserving a I
disappearing lifestyle in t
rural part of the county,"
said of the November mee
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such a group, Butler-Nelson
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Participants included many east and north, and developers
"active for over two years in making a move into more of
opposing large developments the rural service area."
ig in this part of the county, so it Membership is open to any
just seemed natural to take our resident, property owner,
grass-roots involvement to the business owner/operators or
next step and form a group," recognized organization with-
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uni- the rural community rejoiced membership and participa-
Nel- in August when the developer tion, Butler-Nelson said. There
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AGES 5-12: The University of
Tampa will conduct a clinic for
fathers and sons May 4. Con-
tact Frank Maldonado at (813)
486-6952 or fmaldonado@
AGES 5-14: The University of
Tampa will conduct camps for
boys between June 9 and
Aug. 8 and a high school camp
June 26-29. Call Sam Militello
at (813) 253-6240, Ext. 3673 or
AGES 7-18: University of South
Florida coach Lelo Prado will
direct camps for two age
groups between June 9 and 26.
Call Lazer Collazo at (813)
AGES 9-U: The Lutz Warriors
are conducting tryouts for
skilled players. Call (813) 843-
COLLEGIATE. A league for
current and future college
players is conducting registra-
tions. Call Dick Neitz at (813)
COLLEGIATE* The Florida West
Coast Collegiate Baseball
League is seeking current and
future college players. Call Don
Reigle at (727) 347-1108 or
AGES 6-14: Plant High coach
Mike Phillips will conduct boys
camps in two age groups be-
tween June 9 and July 25.
Contact him at (813) 272-3033,
Ext. 266 or michael.phillips@
AGES 8-13: Bloomingdale High
coach Josh Chapin will conduct
a camp for boys and girls, be-
tween June 9 and 19. Contact
him at (813) 744-8018, Ext.
434 or joshua.chapin@
AGES 12-U/15-U: The Clearwa-
ter Heatwave boys teams
needs players. Visit clearwater-
heatwave.com or call James
Devins at (727) 492-2211.
AGES 13-14: Players are needed
for a boys league. Visit
eteams.com/tbbo or call (813)
AGES 15-16: Team Tampa needs
players for a boys travel team.
Call (813) 506-1493.
GRADES'3-8: Jesuit High coach
Neal Goldman will direct boys
camps between June 16 and
27. Call (813) 877-5344, Ext.
GRADE 6: The Tampa Bay
Warriors boys team needs
players. Contact Ken Baca at
(813) 468-3836 or summer-
GRADES 4-11: Summer teams
throughout Hillsborough and
Pasco counties will conduct
registrations through April 30.
Call (813) 506-1493 or visit
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raid-
ers will conduct registrations
Saturday, May 10, 18, June 8,
29 and July 13. Mini-camps
begin May 18. Visit tamparai-
ders.com or call Melinda Moore
at (813) 837-8996..
AGES 4-14: The Progress Village
Panthers will conduct registra-
tions April 26, May 10 and 24.
Call Dwayne Sanders at (813)
418-9494 or Tyrone Timmons
at (813) 841-4340.
AGES 4-14: The Seahawks of
Tampa Bay will conduct regis-
trations Saturday, May 15 and
31. Contact Tenna McGlone at
(813) 817-6458 or tampa-
AGES 4-18: The Florida Wildcat
All-Star Cheerleaders will con-
duct tryouts for boys and girls
on all levels in May. Call Linda
Martinez at (813) 558-6675 or
AGES 5-14: The Town 'N Coun-
try Vikings will conduct regis-
trations Tuesday and April 29.
Cheerleading coaches also are
needed. Visit tncvikings.org.
AGES 5-15: The Brandon Bron-
cos will conduct registrations
Saturday, May 3 and 17. Call
(813) 495-9697, (813) 789-
2202 or visit brandon-
AGES 5-15: The Brandon Steel-
ers will conduct registrations
April 26, 27, May 3 and 17.
Physicals are scheduled May 3
and 17. Cheerleading and foot-
ball coaches are needed. Visit
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa
Titans are conducting registra-
tions for football. Call (813)
924-2841 or visit southtampa-
AGES 5-15: The Temple Terrace
Wildcats will conduct registra-
tions May 3. Coaches also are
needed. Visit ttysa.com.
AGES 5-16: The Dover Patriots
are conducting registrations.
Visit doverpatriots.com or call
Greg Summitt at (863) 412-
AGES 5-17: The East Bay Flag
Football League in ,Gibsonton is
conducting online registrations.
The new league also needs
officials and volunteer coaches.
Call Stuart Switzer at (813)
516-3217 or Murphy Rice at
(813) 842-8730 or visit
AGES 6-14: The Florida Winter
Youth Football League needs
cheerleaders. Contact Rhonda
Martin at,(813) 598-0867 or
or visit fwyfl.com.
AGES 8-14: Bloomingdale High
coach Jason Stokes will direct
football camps between June 9
and 20. Contact him at (813)
765-2882 or coachstokes51@
GRADES 8-12: The University of
South Florida will host a charity
football camp June 8. Visit
CROSS COUNTRY: Mike Boza
will direct camps between July
7 and 25 for boys and girls in
grades 6-12. Contact him at
(813) 244-8908 or mboza@
DRAGON BOATING: The Tam-
pa Bay Dragon Boat Club is
seeking new members 14 and
older. Call (813) 471-1548.
FUTSAL Indoor 5v5 programs
for ages 9-14 are available
Saturday for girls and Sundays
for boys. Contact Mike Connell
at (813) 948-5500 or mike@
GOLF: PGA member Tom Egan
will conduct junior camps
through mid-August for ages
5-17. Call (813) 651-4653 in
Brandon or (813) 672-7750 in
Riverview or visit ace-golf.com.
SOFTBALL- Robinson High
coach Ed Gallio will conduct
camps between June 9 and July
11 for ages 5-14. Contact him at
(813) 810-7162 or egallio@
VOLLEYBALL Bayshore Chris-
tian School coach Melanie
Valdes Humenansky will direct
a camp June 16-20. Call her at
AGES U-9/U-18: Goalkeeper
training is available. Call Ricky
Davis at (813) 967-3227.
AGES U-9/U-18: The Tampa
Spirit will conduct tryouts for
boys and girls May 27, 29 and
31. Call Brian Dozark at (813)
985-4681 or visit floridasoccer-
Send announcements at least
two weeks in advance via e-
fax (813) 259-8148 or mail to
The Tampa Tribune Sports
Dept., 200 S. Parker St., Tampa
Harris Elected President Of
USBC Tampa Association
By BOB AUSTIN
Longtime Tampa bowler
Sue Harris was elected presi-
dent of the USBC Tampa As-
sociation during the annual
meeting last week, a meeting
in which five Tampa bowlers
were added to the Hall of
. Harris takes over from Ron
Tucker, who had held the
president's post since October
2006. Prior to his presidency,
Tucker was the association's
Other officers elected to
various posts were Carlos
Rodgers, second vice presi-
dent and directors Shirley
Bullock, Anna Sapio, Leon
Levy, Joe Harris, Hope Haefner,
Gary Gordon and Elizabeth
Inducted into the Hall of
Fame were Jeff Shoats and Joe
Brannon for achievement,
Shirley Elkins and Jim Walker
for meritorious service and
Leon Levy for youth meritori-
TARBUTTON A HOT MAN:
Dave Tarbutton apparently
likes the Pin Chasers Veterans
All-Stars Mixed League.
Two weeks ago, Tarbutton
began a 750 series with a 299
game. Last week, he ended a
716 series with perfection after
games of 224 and 192.
BRANDON CROSSROADS: Jay
Rimes and Steve Hardy were
perfect while Don Yoshihara
had 804 in the Tampa Bay
Men's League. John Dunlap
had 300 in the Sunday Blend-
ers League while Kevin Kinder
rolled 290 in the BCB Classic
OAKFIELD LANES: Adam Drum
and Barbara Martin were the
stars last week with Drum
leading the men with 279-745
and Martin pacing the ladies
Other scores among the
men were Fred Cook 279-743,
Harry Pope 265-737, Ken Cook
274-723, John Werner 269-708,
Rich Devillier 279-702, Quinn
Seghi 289-693 and Patrick
Buddenrock 290-682. Behind
Martin came Susan Lowrance
233-630, Pat Smith 233-607,
Kim Grund 236-606, Mary
Sybol 246, Sue Ellington 245
and Nelda Johnson 238.
PETTIT STARS: Tampa Hall of
Famer Vic Pettit was the indi-
vidual star of the Tampa Se-
niors Tournament at Florida
Lanes, capturing singles, all-
events and leading his team to
the team title.
Pettit fired 300-810 in sin-
gles, 2,225 in all-events and
his 290-729 led the Dave Olm
Pro Shop team from Pin Chas-
ers Veterans to the team
championship with 2,694.
Other team members were
Olin 712, Larry Robbins 588
and Larry Lisk 571.
FLORIDA LANES: Mike Fuller's
279-790 led the men while
Tiffany Makowski (226) and
Terry Broyles (576) paced the
women last week.
Other scores for the men
were Chris Amato 266-769,
Chris Hickman 745, Jeff Wad-
dell 268-691 and Pete Carr
276. Other ladies scores were
210-529 for Bonnie Baker and
212-521 for Janice Harmon.
PINARAMA LANES: Eric Ogles-
by's 258-715 was tops for the
men while Pam Stewart led
the women with 224-573 in
the Base Exchange League.
Following Oglesby was Joe
Congero with 278-714 while
Rick Amerson had 268-693
and Bobby Cupp 248-650.
Kathy Toler rolled 224-568 for
AMF UNIVERSITY LANES: Ca-
vin Wills' 269-718 led the men
while Mona Bossick and Casie
Soderstrom were the women
leaders last week.
PIN CHASERS MIDTOWN:
Kevin McLean's 723 and Dan
Howsmon's 257-715 led the
Sardegna's Pro Shop Industri-
al League last week.
PIN POINTS: The Tampa 600
Club will sponsor the first City
Doubles Forty Frame Game
on Sunday at Florida Lanes,
with shifts at 11:30 a.m. and
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Raiders Get To Saladino Quarterfinals
The team is ready
for the district
By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY By way of
statistical analysis, the Plant
City High Raiders merely went
2-2 at the Saladino Baseball
Tournament. But from an ex-
perience standpoint it was a
vastly bigger story.
Plant City made its first trip
to the Saladino quarterfinals in
more than a decade and came
a half-inning away from reach-
ing the semifinals. Hillsbor-
ough edged Plant City. 7-6 in
eight innings April 9 in a game
played at Brandon High.
"This week was, in all the
years I've coached, the most
fun I've had by far," Raider
head coach Mike Sodders said.
"These guys have motivated
With the wins against
Bloomingdale and Leto, the
Raiders (10-10) have doubled
their victory total of last sea-
After prevailing in their first
two games, Plant City had the
Atlantic Division title clinched,
along with it a trip to the
Durant, which had started
the tournament 0-2, beat the
Raiders 4-1 but it did not affect
Plant City's pool play standing.
Durant suffered a pair of tough
losses, both 4-2 scores, in its
tournament games with Leto
As inspiring as Plant City's
performance at the Saladino
was, it left the players wanting
"I've come to realize, it's
never enough. We had some
guys almost with tears in their
eyes at the end," Sodders said.
That's because Plant City
almost beat Hillsborough, los-
ing a lead in the seventh in-
ning after coming back from
A rare play helped the Raid-
ers stay in the game early -
the triple play. First baseman
Zack Batley caught a liner,
stepped on first base and
threw to second for the third
"Right when he caught it,
everyone in the dugout started
screaming 'Throw it to sec-
ond.' I can't remember ever
being part of a triple play,"
K'Shawn Smith and Kyle
Madill, Plant City's emerging
star sophomores, continued to
flourish during the event. They
each had an RBI single as the
Raiders cut the lead to 4-3
against Hillsborough, and
Plant City went ahead with a
three-run sixth. Micah Carmo-
ny came through with the go-
But Hillsborough tied the
score in the seventh and then
got another run in the eighth
for the win. Sodders called it a
playofflike environment for
the entire three-plus hours.
Smith and Madill were in-
strumental in the April 7 win
over Leto that put the Raiders
to the top of the four-team
Atlantic Division. With the
game tied 4-4 in the seventh,
the speedy Smith was at first
base with Madill up.
Then they utilized a trick
play Sodders had been waiting
to use all season. Madill
squared around to bunt, and
the Leto pitcher delivered a
fastball down the middle. Ma-
dill drew the bat back, Smith
took off from first and Madill
smacked a two-run double to
the wall, winning the game.
"Those two guys have really
bonded," Sodders said. "Peo-
ple don't realize, half our team
is ninth- or 10th-graders. And
we threw them all into the
Saladino, and they per-
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The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Plant City
and Durant track teams might
as well get used to heading to
North Tampa this time of year.
As long as the Raiders and
Cougars are in the same dis-
trict for track as Gaither, they
will probably be running on
the state-of-the-art rubberized
track there for postseason
Gaither will host not only
Thursday's District 4A-6 meet
but next week's regional event
as well. Quite a few Plant City
and Durant runners should be
able to make the double trip.
Only the top four finishers
from each of the district events
advance to the regional level.
Based on the runners' perfor-
mance at the massive Hillsbor-
ough County championship
meet April 1, Durant can ex-
pect a couple of distance
standouts to extend their sea-
John Mitchell won the 800-
meter race and came in sec-
ond just behind Derek Wehunt
in the mile run. The county
meet was held at Jefferson.
Durant freshman Grace Van
DerGrift was second in the
mile and 2-mile run.
Plant City had one individu-
al titlist at the county meet,
Chad Hansen in the shot put.
The other schools at the
district meet are Blooming-
dale, Chamberlain, East Bay,
Riverview and Lakeland.
District events start at 1 p.m.
and are expected to last into
the night Thursday.
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
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108 Soccer Teams
Take To Fields
The program has
11 age groups
By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Hundreds of
young soccer enthusiasts are
back for another season of
Plant City Recreation and
'Youth soccer play.
This year the total number
of teams has surpassed the
triple-digit mark, with 108
squads taking part in 11 age
Games are held at the Otis
M. Andrews Sports Complex
off Park Road in age groups
starting with the newly created
Under-5 category, going up to
the Under-19 group.
Most games are played Sat-
urdays, but some action is on
Tuesday and Thursdays.
Play started March 25.
After two weeks of action,
only three of the 12 teams in
the Under-7 age group were
able to get through without a
loss. One was the Hawks,
whose Fernando Ruiz scored
five goals in a win against the
Ospreys on April 5. The Mal-
lards and Doves were the other
teams that started 2-0.
In the Under-8 group, which
has 10 teams, the Macaws and
Ducks started 2-0. The Ma-
caws edged the Sparrows 3-2
Continued From Page 31
Aaron Gerbasi, the team's
key "veteran," struck out eight
in six innings, and Jeff Jacob-
sen pitched the bottom of the
seventh to earn the save.
In the Raiders' first game.
against Bloomingdale on April
5, they broke open a scoreless
tie with three runs in the sixth
Bloomingdale's Zach Payne
took the loss despite striking
out 14 Raiders. Plant City's
Ross Kip kept the Bulls off the
board until the last inning,
when Bloomingdale scored
in their opener then rolled 9-0
in their next game with six
goals coming from Luis Leos.
The Ducks outscored their
first two opponents 12-1.
Three teams in the Un-
der-10 girls league started off
with 2-0 marks. The Lynx
scored seven goals in each of
their first two contests, in-
cluding four from Megan Mul-
vaney in a 7-5 defeat of the
Thunder on April 5. The
Wolves and Dragons were the
other two teams off to perfect
One of the leagues, the
Under-10 boys group, split in-
to two divisions, and in the
National Division only the
Leopards started 2-0. Mario
Espinoza scored four times in
a 9-1 win over the Raiders.
Of the three teams that
shared first place in the Un-
der-12 boys league, only the
Metrostars had two easy wins.
The Revolution had a 9-1 win
in their second game as Victor
Hernandez and Javier Jiminez
scored four goals each, but
before that it was a 5-4 edging
of the Crew. The Cougars were
No scores are kept in the
Under-5 or Under-6 age
groups, which have a total of
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
twice, but Kip held for a .3-2
"Ross Kip pitched his butt
off during the tournament,"
Sodders said. "He was hitting
his spots; I mean, he was phe-
Kip also had the biggest hit
of the game, a two-run double.
Plant City finishes the reg-
ular season Friday at home
against Armwood. Then it's off
to the district tournament,
where despite being the sixth
seed out of seven teams the
Raiders are optimistic.
Their first-round opponent,
Sarasota Riverview, lost both
meetings with Plant City this
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
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Smart People (R) 2:20, 4:55, 7:25, 9:50 p.m.
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Street Kings (R) 1:35, 4:50, 7:40,10:15 p.m.
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Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (G) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15,
Drillbit Taylor (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Leatherheads (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Nim's Island (PG) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
Prom Night (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
The Ruins (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Street Kings (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
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Street Kings (R) 11:10 a.m., 1:35, 4:40, 7:15, 9:50
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7:30, 10 p.m.
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Juno (PG-13) 7:05, 9:35 p.m.
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Grease (PG) 8:15 p.m.
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7, 8:10, 9:20,10:25 p.m.
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The Ruins (R) 12:45, 3:20, 5:40, 8:15, 10:35 p.m.
Shutter (PG-13) 12:50, 3:05, 5:35, 7:35, 9:45 p.m.
Smart People (R) 11:40 a.m., 2:10, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50
Stop-Loss (R) 3:50, 7:15, 9:55 p.m.
Street Kings (R) 11:50 a.m., 2:30, 5,7:40,10:10
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Earth Day Tampa Bay
Celebrate the wonders of
the natural environment.
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Park Band Shell, 7525 N. Bou-
More than 50 exhibitors will
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Viva La Musica
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series is back at Busch Gar-
Andy Montanez performs at
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RIVERFRONT CONDO 1.1
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house, gated $795 mo.
George R.E. Broker
SOUTH TAMPA 2br/lba
newly remodeled kit. &
bath, tile & carpet, W/D
$925/mo. 813-215- 0138
SOUTH TAMPA CONDO
1br, Iba, Bayshore area,
2207 S. Carolina Ave.,
unit #22 $650 /mo.
Incl. water. Mike Roach
SOUTH TAMPA condo.,
2 br, 1 ba, 1st floor
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SOUTH TAMPA NY Style
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2br, 2.5ba, lcg, 1600sf,
Granite SS appis.
SOUTH TAMPA SPA-
CIOUS 2br 2ba, W/D,
CHA, HW flrs, pool +
Spa, RV parking Cathe
dra ceiling, $950/mo +
deposit. 7 7275-48400
3 bd 2 bth, Tiles
Big Backyard $950
2 bd 1 bth
Scrn Balcony $775
FOWLER & HWY 301 Area
2BR, 1BA Duplex.
595/mo. Includes water.
300 deposit No pets.
Cal Mon-Fri. 9am-Spm.
TAMPA 2bed lbth Close
to MacDill AFB, Full
W/D h-up, Pets Wel
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$650/mo + security
HERNANDO, west, 3br
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is las sec. Avail Now.
BAYSHORE AREA 2blks
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yard, fruit trees, quiet
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Avail. Immed. $1300 mo.
Brandon Area Nice 3br,
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all appi, new paint &
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3 or 4 br, 2ba, 2500sf Z
Great location! Fenced -
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$1200/mo + dep. State
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2000+ sf., hardwood firs
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living space, $1400 mo..
OLDSMAR 5br, 3ba, den,
LR, eat-in kit, FP, large
property facing bay.
Newly renovated. Sun
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103 Or 917-642-7811
3 bd/lba Appliances,
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Ma 1 $1079 mo
SOUTH TAMPA 3BR, 2BA,
open floor plan, wood
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great school district
lawn and pool service
4712 W. Beaumont St
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