Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00081961/00047
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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tampa tribune
Publication Date: July 9, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Volume ID: VID00047
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Eagles Soar
Six members of a
Plant City Boy Scout
troop attain Eagle
rank. The troop has
nurtured 67 Eagle
Scouts in 19 years.
Page 3

A New Place To Eat
A restaurant featuring
Southwestern cuisine
will open in August
in a shopping center
on James L. Redman
Page 13

Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Marshall High Class of 1970 members who attended a recent rummage sale included, from left, Daisy Griffin, Gwendolyn Stephens,
Gloria Green, Glenda Hankerson, Annette Bennett, Mary Raines, Faye McClain, Ann Johnson, Carolyn Brutton, Spring Mitchell, Gloria
Houston, Harold Marshall, Jo Ann Jenkins, Jethro Green Sr. and Harold Kellogg. A club helps members keep their school identity.

Lost And Found

During integration 40 years ago, students set to graduate from
Marshall were absorbed into and graduated from Plant City High.


New Plan
For Old Building
The East Hillsborough
Historical Society says
it can afford to take
over the 1914 Plant
City High School
Community Center.
Page 17

Room Left At Camp
Plant City High head
coach Heidi Kouveras'
softball camp for
girls 8 to 14 still
has openings.
Page 24

PLANT CITY This year's
sixth annual YMCA Strong
Leader Dinner will honor
Sherrie Mueller.
The guidance resource
specialist at Plant City High is
a lifetime resident of the city
and mother of two grown
She is the daughter of Betty
Chambers, active supporter of
the Y and a community lead-
er, and the late Frank Cham-
bers. The event will be held at
6:30 p.m. Aug. 26 at the Red
Rose Inn & Suites, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.
The award is given to indi-
viduals in the community who
have gone above and beyond
in building strong kids and
families. Corporate tables for
eight are available for $1,000;
individual tickets are $75.
Call Scott Warren at the
YMCA for information, (813)

Model Railroad Group
Plans Plant City Event
PLANT CITY Calling all
model railroad fanis.
You do not have to be a
member of the Western Divi-
sion of the Sunshine Region of
the National Model Railroad

Association to attend the sum-
mer meet from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Aug. 16 at the Trinkle
building on the Plant City
campus of Hillsborough Com-
munity College, 1206 N. Park
This event is hosted by
model railroad association
Assistant Superintendent Russ
Driscoll and the H.B. Plant
Railroad Historical Society.
There is a $10 admission
fee, and lunch is provided
with a donation.
After the meet, there will be
an open house of the H.B.
Plant Railroad Historical Soci-
ety at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St., where visi-
tors will be able to view oper-
ating layouts in HO, 0-27, G
gauge and N Scale.

Women Reciprocate
For Father's Day
,PLANT CITY Sons, hus-
bands, fathers and grandfa-
thers created a Mother's Day
breakfast for all the daughters,
wives, mothers and grand-
mothers at First United Meth-
odist Church of Plant City,
and the gesture was so appre-
ciated, the women reciprocat-
ed with a Father's Day cov-
ered-dish lunch.
Following the lunch was a
celebration concert given by
Faith James, a contemporary
and country-style Christian
artist from Fredericksburg, Va.

Back-To-School Event
Focuses On Health
PLANT CITY Free back-
packs and school supplies
await children who take part
in the Back to School Phys-
icals and Immunizations pro-
gram offered by Hillsborough
County Health and Social
Services. This free event is
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 2 at
Walden Lake Medical Arts
Center, 1601 W. Timberlane
Parents must accompany

children and should bring
their children's immunization
records. No sports, Head Start
or child care physical are
Call for an appointment at
(813) 754-4444.

2 Local Students
On Dean's List
PLANT CITY Samford Uni-
versity in Birmingham, Ala.,
has named two Plant City
students, Sara Elizabeth Clem-
ent and Chelsea Elizabeth
Rushing, to the Dean's List.
The school, with 4,485 sti-
dents from 49 states and 27
nations, is Alabama's largest
privately supported university.

Plant City Resident
Gets Bachelors Degree
PLANT CITY Gillian Thiebe
of Plant City received a bache-
lor of arts at the spring 2008
graduation ceremony at Ball
State University in Muncie,
E-mail items to Betty Briggs at
gaby lee@tampabay.rr.com; mail
to The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
or fax to (813) 865-4441.

YMCA Taps Guidance Specialist For Award


PLANT CITY A 55-year-
old woman who was brutal-
ly attacked by an intruder at
her home 'at Whitehurst
Mobile Home Park was re-
covering last week at South
Florida Baptist Hospital,
Plant City police said.
The victim was asleep in
her living room when a man
entered the home through a
window before dawn June
28, police Capt. Carl Lane
"The victim was struck
repeatedly with a blunt ob-
ject," Lane said. "She sus-
tained cuts that required
100 staples to be placed in
her scalp."
She fought off the attack-
er and escaped into the
yard, Lane said. She woke
up a neighbor who called
police and an ambulance,
Lane said. Nothing was tak-
en from the residence.
"She was unable to give
us a good description but
we have gained evidence
from the scene," Lane said.
"The lab results will help us
in the investigation."
A staff report

Journey Ends As 6 Become Eagle Scouts

Troop 733 has
nurtured 67 Scouts
of the highest rank
during its 19 years.
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY There is a long
and rigorous road to travel in
the quest to reach the top level
of scouting, Eagle Scout.
An Eagle Scout must have a
minimum of 21 merit badge
awards, complete a communi-
ty service project including in-
dependently raising all money
for the effort and pass a board
of review before his 18th birth-
day. Only 5 percent of boys
who join a Boy Scout troop
manage to earn that exalted
Many start their quest as
Cub Scouts.
Six new scouts from Troop
733, sponsored by the First
Presbyterian Church of Plant
City, recently completed that
journey. The names of the new
Eagles Johnnie Bryars Byrd
III, Ryan Christopher Camp-
bell, Robert Theodore Carty,

Photo by Cheryl Kuck
New Eagles Scouts and their parents pose for a photo at the Court of Honor installation ceremonies.
From left in the front row are Eagles Johnnie Bryars Byrd III, Ryan Christopher Campbell, Robert
Theodore Carty, Thomas Pace Everett, John Henry Kenney IV and Patrick Thomas Shugerts. From left
in the back row are parents Melane and Johnnie B. Byrd Jr., Patti and Chris Campbell, Lynda and
Robert Carty, Tracy and Ron Everett, Meri and John Kenney,.and James and Deborah Shugerts.

Thomas Pace Everett, John
Henry Kenney IV and Patrick
Thomas Shugerts were in-
scribed on a bronze eagle
sculpture at the church at 404
W. Reynolds St.
They have plenty of compa-
ny the troop has nurtured a

total of 67 Eagle Scouts in its
19-year history.
Honoring the scouts' stellar
accomplishments at the May
17 Court of Honor induction
ceremony were scouting offi-
cials and dignitaries including
keynote speaker U.S. Rep. Gus

Bilirakis, R-Palm Harbor, who
presented a Special Congres-
sional Recognition certificate
to each Eagle.
Here's the background of
the new Eagles:
Family and friends know
Byrd as Bryars. He is a 16-year-

old member of the Plant City
High School varsity swim
team, the National Honor So-
ciety and the school Academic
Team who, with an approxi-
mate grade-point average of
more than 4.2, is an Advanced
Placement student.
The commitment of his pas-
tor and wife, the Rev. Ron and
Cindy Churchill, to Steppin'
Stone Farm, a Lithia residence
for at-risk teenage girls where
Cindy Churchill is the exec-
utive director, inspired Byrd to
devote his Eagle community
service project to the farm. He
was told the facility needed the
creation of a serenity garden as
a private setting for visiting
parents and their daughters.
The project involved clearing
out dense and heavy brush,
landscaping a garden and add-
ing benches.
Byrd likes football and water
activities. He is a lifeguard at
the Plant City Family YMCA
and is involved with an annual
surf camp of Christian min-
istry through Evangelical Pres-
byterian Church of Plant City.

See EAGLE SCOUTS, Page 4 >-

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Carty's community service project included building a Campbell, left, is congratulated by Dave Byars, Plant
decorative stone retaining wall around the base of a City Little League president, after installing handi-
shrine at St. Clement Catholic Church. capped spaces and a walkway at Mike Sansone park.

From left, Steppin' Stone Farm students Taylor Guer-
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completed by Byrd. Standing behind the group is
Byrd's father, Johnnie B. Byrd Jr.

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"I really wish I could do that
[be in or on the water] every
day, so it's no wonder I want to
try for the Naval Academy at
Annapolis, Md.," he said.
He has three sisters: Melane,
who is a Navy fighter pilot;
Sherer, who is married to a
Navy fighter pilot; and Aman-
da, who is studying criminolo-
gy at the University of South
Florida. His mother, Melane, is
president and an original
founding member of the Plant
City Federated Republican
Women's Club. His father,
Johnnie B. Byrd Jr., is a Plant
City attorney and former
speaker of the Florida House of
Campbell, 17, is a veteran
hiker and camper. His Eagle
Scout community service pro-
ject evolved out of his love of
baseball. As a Big League team
player for Plant City Little
League who has played on
several travel teams, he chose
to design and construct two
handicapped parking spots for
Mike Sansone Community
Park off Park Road, including a
wheelchair-accessible walk-
way leading to the baseball
fields. He hopes this will be a
step toward enabling the Plant

City Little League to start a
Challenger League for players
, with special needs.
Designing his first Scout rac-
ing Pinewood Derby car ignit-
ed Campbell's passion for au-
tomotive design. He wants to
pursue a design career in the
automotive industry. He is a
rising senior at Plant City High
"There's no question that
scouting forges a lasting bond
between father and sons. All
my three boys, Ryan [and] his
brothers Mike and Justin, have
participated in scouting. I
would recommend involve-
ment to every father," said
Chris Campbell, a general con-
struction contractor.
Ryan Campbell's. mother,
Patti, has been a Cub Scout
den leader.
Carty, son of Robert and
Lynda Carty, is one of the four
in his troop who achieved the
rank of Eagle Scout by the time
he was 16. He attends Plant
City High, where he is in the
Key Club and is in the top 5
percent of his class with a 4.48
GPA. He has also been a volun-
teer soccer coach for the Plant
City Parks and Recreation De-
As a member of St. Clement
Catholic Church, 1104 N. Al-
exander St., Plant City, Carty
See EAGLE SCOUTS, Page 6 1

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wanted his Eagle Project to
benefit his church. He beauti-
fied the grotto area through
landscaping, replaced a bro-
ken stone bench and created a
retaining wall for prayer can-
His mother and Kenney's
mother, Meri Kenney, were,

Cub Scout den leaders togeth-
er, and both quoted the poem
"The"Eagle Scout" by S. Kurtz
Hingley as a prelude to the
presentation of community
awards to the Troop 733 Ea-
The poem, written in 1931,
was published in the Quaker
City Scout Newsletter and re-
published in the May 1931 edi-
tion of Scouting Magazine.
An excerpt:
"A fond mother watches her
boy where he stands.

Apart from his comrades to-
As they place on his camp-
battered tunic, a badge.
An Eagle, the emblem of
Yes it's only a pin, just an
Eagle Scout badge,
But the heart that's beneath
it is true,
And will throb to the last for
the things which are good;
A lesson for me and for

See EAGLE SCOUTS, Page 13 >-

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series of special events
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Programs are included in
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During Nite Zoo from 5 to
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Mary Raines, a member of the Marshall Class of '70, teaches a vacation Bible school class of 4- to 6-year-old boys at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church.

The Lost

Class Of 70

Marshalls On

their plans
to graduate
from their
school, but a -
club helps
members .
stay in Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
touch. Althea Bennett, left, and B. Floyd found items they
could use at the club's recent reverse rummage sale.

The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Thirty-eight
years ago, seniors at the
all-black Marshall High
School learned they wouldn't
be graduating from their be-
loved alma mater.
In the middle of the 1969-
1970 school year as the
district moved to integrate
schools .- the seniors and the
other students were trans-
ferred to Plant City High.
Marshall became a seventh-
grade center. The students
who were to graduate from
Marshall were absorbed into
and graduated from Plant City
"We are the class that never
was," said Joyce Polk, an orga-
nizer of a group of former
students who call themselves
Marshall's Class of '70. "That
was our theme then, and it is
still our theme. Somehow we
lost identity to a school we all
loved. Marshall was a great
high school. Over the years we
kept in touch, and in time we
decided to organize a club."
Polk, the club's secretary,
said the senior class at Mar-
shall that year would have
graduated 75 to 100 seniors.
"Thirty-one of us are active

in the club," Polk said. "Twen-
ty women and 11 men are
members. Two of our mem-
bers live outside of the Tampa
Bay area, but they still partici-
Jethro Green Sr. is acting
president of the club. Carolyn
Brutton is the vice president.
"The class meets every third
Saturday of the month at [Dr.]
Martin Luther King [Jr.] Recre-
ation Center," Brutton said.
"We use the covered pavilion
in the picnic area. If it rains we
go to one of the member's
I The group members often
wear T-shirts with the old Mar-
shall High school colors, or-
ange and blue. The shirts are
emblazoned with "Class of
Marshall High was at 18 S.
Maryland Ave., now the cam-
pus of Marshall Middle School.
The recreation center at 1601 E.
Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Blvd.,
where the group meets, is just
south of the campus.
Jim McDaniel, who helped
write a history, of Marshall
High, said the school was built
in 1957 and named after Ed-
ward Jackson "E.J." Marshall,
the first African-American to


* Edward Jackson "EJ."
Marshall, the first African- '.. V -
American to serve as a ...
school trustee in the Plant
City area, was instrumental
in persuading the city of.
Plant City to deed property
to the school board for a new ,
school to educate the black
children in the community.
* In 1920, Marshall's dream
was realized with the con-
struction of Midway Acade-
my, atwo-story, red brick
structure, on property now
occupied by Lincoln Elemen- .7
tary School, 1207 E. Refro St.
The school initially served
first through eighth grade.
* Beginning in 1936, one
additional grade level was
added each year so that Y
ultimately grades one to 12
were taught The school
board referred to the upper
grade levels as Plant City
Negro Junior High and Plant
City Negro High School even V
though all were housed on :
the same campus as the
elementary school which
was still called Midway.
* 1951, the name of the
school was changed to
Marshall High School to
honor of E.J. Marshall.-
* In 1957, to help ease con-
gested conditions, a new
school was built to house Tribune phnto% bh GREG FIGH1
seventh through 12th grades Class of 70 member Sharon Lee dances to the drumming of Malick Faye of Senegal at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church.
at 18 S. Maryland Ave. The
name. "Marshall High
School," was transferred to
the new school. The original
Midway Academy building
was renamed Lincoln Ele-
* Thle principals of Marshall
High School included Fred D.
(1954-67) and Sam Horton
*With the integration of
Hillsborough County public .
schools, the legacy of Mar-
shall High School ended with
the class of 1969. Tn 1970, -
Marshall became a seventh- -4 V V
grade center and later, in A A,'
1995, a middle school for ..
sixth through eighth grades. *--
Source: Marshall High School
history compiled by former
students Club members such as Raines helped entertain youngsters at Beth- Sharon Lee, left, and Joyce Polk are other Class of '70 members
el Missionary Baptist's vacation Bible school. who volunteered their time at the Baptist church.

Just like any other class, we are friends carrying on a tradition. It's special for us to get together and give what we have to help
the community. We can give our time, some money and clothes to help others."

serve as a school trustee in the
Plant City area. In the early
1900s, Marshall was instru-
mental in persuading Plant
City to deed property to the
school board for an all-black
school at 1207 E. Refro St., now
Lincoln Elementary.
The spirit of the former high
school is mentioned in the
history written by McDaniel
and other former students, in-
cluding Eddie C. Brooks, Sarah

Governor, Helen River and
James Washington.
"Even though the name is
not posted on any building,
the roar, pride and spirit of the
Marshall High Dragons is still
alive today," they wrote in the
Graduates and in the case
of the Class of 1970, the would-
be graduates have a lot to be
proud of, the school history

Acting president of the alumni club

Under the school's charis-
matic leaders, Marshall High
students excelled academically
and athletically. Champion-
ships and outstanding perfor-
mances were achieved in foot-
ball, baseball, basketball and
golf. The Dragons won the
Florida Interscholastic Athletic
Association state baseball title
in 1963, beating the defending
state champions, Sanford
Rooms, 9-4. In 1964, Coach

Kelly WJliams' football team
didn't allow a point, finishing
9-0 and winning-4heSouthwest
Conference. Graduates have
become physicians, lawyers,
educators, business owners,
professional athletes and other
professionals, the historical
account states.
Marshall students learned
the campus would cease to be
a high school in late 1969.
Class of '70 member Ann

Johnson said school officials
told the students before the
Christmas break that they
would not return to Marshall
in January. Instead, they
should report to the all-white
Plant City High.
"They sprung it on us at the
last minute," Johnson said. "It
was the last thing we wanted to
do. But we had the two weeks

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Continued From Page 9

around Christmas to get over
the heartbreak."
Johnson said there was a lot
. of anxiety and animosity be-
tween the student bodies from
the two high schools.
"They had to have heavy
security at the school. Plaht
City police were on the cam-
pus and in the halls," Johnson
said. "The white students
didn't want us to be there, and
we didn't want to be there,
either. It would have been the
same if the whites had been
forced to come over to our
Johnson recalled that the
school invited athletes and
majorettes to join the Plant
City High School teams during
the second half of the year.
"We all graduated together,"
Johnson said. "In Plant City
High, we were the first class to
integrate and graduate. We set
the stage for the other classes
that came behind us."
The Marshall High club,
which was organized about 11
years ago, began to drift apart.
But two deaths in the class .a

Tribune photo by GREG FIGHT
Members of the Marshall High School class of 1970 participate recently in a dance activity at Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church vacation Bible school.

couple of years ago brought
them back together.
"That was when we decided
to meet each month," Brutton
said. "And we celebrate birth-
days at each meeting. We
make a cake and celebrate
together. We also use dues
payments to publish a quarter-
ly newsletter." .
The club members pay $5
each month for dues; plus an-

other $2 for the birthday cakes.
"Our activities are kept sim-
ple and fun," Polk said. "We
plan to get more involved in
community activities, like the
reverse rummage sale we had
June 21."
Club members brought
clothing, games, toys, small
electronic appliances and oth-
er household accessories to
Marie B. Ellis Park for the

reverse rummage sale, where
items were free to those who
needed them. Flyers distribut-
ed through area churches an-
nounced the event to area resi-
dents. TIot dogs and cold
drinks also were free of charge.
Other recent group activities
included volunteering at a va-
cation Bible school at Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church of
Plant City, where they helped

teach and entertain young-
Green said he is excited that
the class is still together, mak-
ing a contribution to the area.
"Just like any other class, we
are friends carrying on a tradi-
tion," Green. said. "It's special
for us to get together and give
what we have to help the com-
munity. We can give our time,
some money and clothes to
help others. It's an important
effort and something we are
happy to do."
During the reverse rum-
mage sale a local resident,
Althea Bennett, a single moth-
er caring for four children, said
she appreciated the club's ef-
"For me, this is a blessing,"
Bennett said. "My sister told
me about the event. I got
church clothes and shoes. And
we'll eat some hot dogs with
sodas before we leave. I pray
that the Lord blesses the mem-
bers of this club, each and
every one. What I got here
today I would have to spend
money that I don't have for
same items."

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

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about endangered wildlife for
just $5 per person.
The fundraising events will
support animal care and edu-
cation programs at the zoo,
1101 W. Sligh Ave., Tampa.
Admission is $18.95 for
adults, $17.95 for seniors age
60 and older, $14.50 for chil-
dren age 3 to 11 and free for
children 2 and younger. Call
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Coffee And Music
Eden Regained performs at
7 p.m. at Espress Yourself
Coffee 101, 101 E. J. Ardens
Mays Blvd., Plant City.
There is no cover charge.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Come face to face with
white tigers and ride roller
coasters after dark. Through
Aug. 17, visitors can stay late
at Busch Gardens, 10001 N.
McKinley Drive, Tampa.
The park will be open until
9 p.m. Sunday through Thurs-

day and until 10 p.m. Friday
and Saturday.
Pay for a day and come
back all year with the Florida
Fun Card. Cost is $64.95 for
ages 10 older and $54.95 for
ages 3 to 9. Go to www.busch


Step Back In Time
George Galfo's Mystics will
perform '50s and '60s dance
music at 8 p.m. July 19 at the
Red Rose Inn and Suites, 2011
N. Wheeler St., Plant City. The
Mystics will perform such hits
as "Hushabye" and "Don't
Take the Stars."
There is no coVer charge
but there is a $20 per person
minimum purchase. The
house band, Destiny, opens at
7 p.m.
For information, call (813)
752-3141 or go to www.red

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Everett, 18, is a 2008 Plant
City High School graduate who
is known to his friends as Pace.
He began scouting in 1996 as a
first-grader. One of his Cub
Scout den leaders was Patti
Like his friend from his Cub
Scout days, Everett has been
playing baseball from an early
age and continues to play on a
local men's adult softball
Holding many positions of
leadership within the troop,
including patrol leader, Everett
received top honors in marks-
manship at Boy Scouts of
America Camp Raven Knob in
The Eagle community pro-

Moe's Southwest
Grill will open in
early August.
The Tampa TIribune
PLANT CITY Moe's South-
west Grill, a franchise of nearly
400 fast-food restaurants, will
soon make its Plant City debut
at the Walden Woods Shop-
ping Center.
The Atlanta-based chain of-
fers made-to-order Southwest-
ern cuisine in a casual setting.
"We can't wait to get up in
Plant City. We think going to
be a great area 'for us," said
Tony Friel, owner of the res-
taurant at 2304 James L. Red-
man Parkway. Friel also took
over the Moe's that opened in
late 2002 off Bruce B. Downs
Boulevard in New Tampa.
Although the exact date is
yet to be determined,.Moe's is
expected to open in early Au-
< That opening will come on
the heels of the scheduled July
31 reopening of Publix Super
Market, an anchor in the Wal-
den Woods Shopping Center
owned by the Lakeland-based
grocery chain. The 23-year-old
Publix closed Jan. 5, was razed
and is being rebuilt. Addition-
ally, the shopping center fa-
qade and parking area are be-

ject he selected was installing a
new play set for St. Peter's
Episcopal Church, 302 Carey
St., Plant City. He raised mon-
ey through business donations
and holding yard sales. Everett
dismantled the old set and
completely rebuilt the play ar-
ea. Because of his hard work
and generous donors, he was
also able to make a large mon-
etary donation to the church.
He is active in FFA and
shows livestock at the Florida
Strawberry Festival. He has
"taken every agriculture class
offered by Plant City High
School. Now he plans to attend
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege and pursue studies in ag-
ricultural science," said his
mother, Tracy Everett. His fa-
ther is Ron Everett.
Kenney, 16, is the son of
John and Meri Kenney. His
mother was his Cub den leader
and is still involved in scouting
as the advancement chair-

ing remodeled.
According to the Atlanta-
based company Web site,
www.moes.com, Moe's puts a
healthy twist on traditional
Southwestern fare, serving
food cooked daily, so the
stores don't have freezers, or
even a microwave.
Offerings prepared with-
out additional animal fat -
include burritos, tacos, fajitas,
quesadillas and salads with a
choice of grilled tofu, chicken
or steak.
Menu selections bear hu-
morous names, "a pop-culture
bonanza of Moe's favorite
things," according to the com-
pany Web site.
Burritos, for example, in-
clude Joey Bag of Donuts, Tri-
ple Lindy and Art Vandalay,
the latter named for the occa-
sional alias of George Costan-
za, a character in the popular
TV sitcom, "Seinfeld."
There's also Billy Barou na-
chos and the Close Talker sal-
A couple more twists: piped-
in music features tunes by the
Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix
and Elvis Presley, and employ-
ees loudly greet every arriving
patron: "Welcome to Moe's."

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or

woman who helps with merit
badges. "My son has many
accomplishments, and I know
some of them in high school
have come as a direct result of
his work on merit badges," she
said. He is Troop 733's top
badge recipient, with 34 merit
A member of the Plant City
High School Honor Society,
president-elect of the Debate
Club and an active Academic
Team member, he particularly
loves history and- political sci-
ence classes. "There isn't any-
thing I don't like about school,
but scouting has taught me
that if I start something, I need
to finish it...no half measures
for me, I just have to go for it,"
he said.
His Eagle Project consisted
of reroofing the Christian edu-
cation house at St. Peter's

Turkey Creek
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Trinity United
Methodist Church
402 English St..
t Plan City
For inspiring, meaningful
and practical worship,
join us Sunday
10:30 am
Pastor's Sermon
Iniern Juiali Gadfield
-"When God has had enough"
July 13. 2008
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Episcopal Church, where he is
a member. It took 229 hours to
complete the job with the help
of other volunteers.
Shugerts is a 16-year-old
AP student at Plant City High
who comes from a family with
a tradition of scouting involve-
ment. His older brother Ryan
is an Eagle Scout from the.
same troop, and his father,
James, was scoutmaster dur-
ing most his sons' years of
scout training. Steve Hahn has
been the scoutmaster since
March 31, 2007.
Choosing a project from his
own parish, St. Clement Cath-
olic, he tackled the job of re-
storing the Knights of Colum-
bus meeting portable, includ-
ing replacement of rotting
wood, wood patching and oth-
er repairs. Steel doors and
metal steps were also restored

St. Clement
Cathoic Church
4:00pm English
7:00am & 10:30am
8:30am & 7:00pm
Spanish (Espahfol)
1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(On 1-4, E..,i 21 Souir |l
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 ro 5 years old
8i3.i754-1237 ori ,478-1185

Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunrda;,.s at 90n .a m
Sunday Worship Services
10.15a m and 6-00 p m
Tuesday 6 30pm
%Women'5 S cr, apDr.kring CluI j.
Wednesday Worship 6 15 P m -
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year including the National
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years in Virginia.
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to do things and go places we
never would have been able to
if we weren't in scouting. Time
goes by so quickly, I've cher-
ished every moment," said the
proud dad and former scout-
master. Shugerts' mom, Deb-
orah, added with a laugh,
"Don't forget scout mothers,
who have done an awful lot of
laundry after camping trips
and lots of cooking for scout-
ing events as well."

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In The Field has been select-
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Karen Berry, a lifelong resi-
dent, started the monthly agri-
culture magazine in Novem-
ber 2004 to give a voice to the
farming community. She now
has editions for three areas,
Hillsborough, Polk and Mari-
on/Levy counties. She is mak-
ing plans for a fourth.
Berry worked in advertising
sales, including for The Tampa
Tribune, before she decided to
try her hand at publishing.
Berry said Debbie Simpson,
who is chairwoman for the
Greater Plant City Chamber of
Commerce agri-business com-
mittee, asked her a while back
for nominations for Agri-Busi-
ness of the Year. She said she
passed .along some sugges-
tions and was shocked when
she received a letter stating
that In The Field was the win-
The magazine will be hon-
ored at the annual Salute to
Agriculture Breakfast at 7:30
a.m. Aug. 13 at the Red Rose
Ballroom at the Red Rose Inn
and Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City. -Marshal Sewell,
state FFA president, will be
The awards are hosted by
the chamber of commerce and
sponsored by Farm Credit of
Central Florida.
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Local Trio Fails
To Advance At Contest
Competition was stiff, and
the local GospelMets trio
came home from a singing
competition without a win
but with a memorable expe-
The Gospel FOCUS 2008
national semifinals held June
20 and 21 in suburban
Chicago drew 3,000 contes-
tants, said Edith Langston, a
member of the Plant City trio
that includes her sister Ro-
setta Smith and goddaughter
Lisa Hall.
The group earned a spot
in the competition after.
successful regional perfor-
mances in suburban Atlanta
.in April, one of six regional
auditions for the semifinals.
The GospelMets performed
three times during the two-
day competition at a Harvey,
Ill., church, eventually ending
up as one of 93 surviving
semifinalists, Langston said.
The trio survived repeated
cuts at the finals to join 93
returning performers for the
final day of competition and
hung on until the number
had been culled to 30,
Langston said.
Despite the name, the
nationwide talent search was
not truly seeking gospel
artists, Langston and the
others in the trio observed.
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gospel groups there, and all us
were booted out," Langston
said, adding that many of the
acts that got the nod per-
formed "contemporary hip-
hop stuff."
Still, said Langston, a long-
time songwriter who rarely en-
ters contests, "It was interest-
ing; it was good trip." And
surely there is a purpose, she
"If the Lord hadn't wanted
us to go through those doors,
we wouldn't have gone. That
was the door he took -us
through," said Langston, pas-
tor of METS Ministries, a small
Laura Street church.
What's next? "I'm just wait-
ing on God to give me my next
adventure," she said. "It's not
over. Whoever God wanted to
be there to hear us, they were
Thirteen semifinalists will
compete- July 26 in Detroit to
pick the winner, to be show-
cased on a half-hour nationally
televised program on The
Word Network, a sponsor of
the talent search.
George Wilkens


Afire at a Plant City
mansion was among
the most read stories
at TBO.com last week. The
June 29 fire gutted a spa-
cious house in a gated part
of Walden Lake, Plant
City's largest development,
destroying virtually all of
its contents. Authorities
conservatively estimate
the loss at $3 million to $4
million. Jezebel, the fami-
ly's 4-year-old Yorkie, also
died in the blaze. The
home is owned by Tamela
Marie and Batista Madonia.
His parents, His parents,
Evelyn and Batista Mado-
nia, own the Red Rose Inn
and Suites, one of the
city's largest hotels.
Go to Plantcity.tbo.com
and search for "Plant City
blaze" to read the story,
view a photo gallery or
watch a video of the fire.


Smoke billows from the home of Tamela and Batista Madonia
after it caught fire June 29.

Readers at TBO.com of-
fered their views on the

This is a good reminder to have
copies of your valuable papers
in a location other than your
home. I always keep a folder in
my desk at work labeled some-
thing silly like cartoons. Of
course it's wise to have a safe-

ty deposit box at the bank. Also
keep receipts and owners man-
uals for every purchase over
$250 like a camera, computer,
TV, clothing, jewelry, house
wares and furniture. Keep
these in a shoebox 'til it gets
full then put it in the safety
deposit box or at your parents'
house. This will be invaluable in
the event of a fire. If you have
to evacuate for a storm take

this .with you.
Posted by Melody07

There may not have been any
injuries to people but they lost
their dog. The house was a
scary sight seeing it just burn
down. I go to school, with the
son of the owners and just
watching the chimney fall and
feeling the heat was just so
scary. I feel really bad for the
Posted by Fallingforyou17

The house was beautiful on the
outside as well as in. Plant City
has lost a spectacular home
and taken away (family) memo-
ries of the Madonias forever.
Posted by Tonywheeler

It's just horrible about this
tragedy. The Madonia family
are our neighbors. They con-
tribute to the Plant City com-
munity and they are a wonder-
ful caring family. This family
has lost their home, their fami-
ly pet which is like a child to
them and every part of their
family memories in this fire.
These people are human and
they are hurt.
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June 2008

Nathan Haworth-Infant son of Charles R. Stanton-70, of Plant City his son Robert W., his daughter Laura,
Michael & Melanie Haworth of Tampa died June 13, 2008. He is survived by and his sister Becky Duncan.
died June 1, 2008. his wife Naomi, son Bobby, daughters
Charlotte Burns and Rhonda Dykes, and Mary Ann Shelley-71, of Dover died
Archie Kirkland-89, of Dover died 6 grandchildren. June 22, 2008.
June 5, 2008. He is survived by his wife She is survived
Lottie, brothers Jiles Kirkland and Willis David Thomas Pennington-50, of by her husband
Kirkland and many nieces and neph- Plant City died June 16, 2008. He is-sur- Jerome, son
ews. vived by his mother Peggy Boyles and\ Todd, daughter ,
sisters Betty Burton, Jo-Ann Smith, an Tradcie Goff, and
Helen D. Walters-87, of Plant City died Deborah Boyles. grandchildren *
June 6, 2008. She was preceded in
death by her husband Jack She is sur- Jose Manuel Gonzalez Jr.-20, of Plant
vived by her sister Ann Grasso. City died June 17, 2008. He is survived It has been an honor
by his mother Maria, and his sister and privilege to
Arnulfo Ochoa- Infant son of Marga- Maria. serve you.
ret Perez and Arnulfo Achoa died June Tim & Jo Haught
10, 2008. Robert H. Stillings Jr.-49, of Plant City Haught Funeral Home
died June 20, 2008. He is survived by 813-717-9300

City Scours Expenses For Savings

Commissioners eye throw rug" twice monthly in- The proposed budget also eliminates $64,410 for adopted in March, for exam-
stead of weekly, will save pie, would generate $100,000
$1.9 million $4,680 a year, Sollenberger annual upkeep of the 1914 Plant City High School to $150,000 annually for Plant
in proposed said. Community Center, 605 N Collins St. Mainte- City, according to Cost Recov-
m proposed Turning off city hall's exteri- n Hills ery Corp., the Dayton, Ohio
htlrd et cutS or accent lights at 10 p.m. will nance of the building will fall upon the East Hlls- firm that does the billing for

The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Soaring costs
and plunging revenues have
created "the perfect storm" of
a budget year, prompting city
leaders to scrutinize expenses
large and small and consider
fees for emergency response to
traffic accidents.
At the initial budget work-
shop June 24, Plant City com-
missioners pondered $1.9 mil-
lion in proposed cuts for the
budget year starting Oct. 1,
some as basic as laundering
the city hall welcome mat less
frequently and shutting off
outdoor lights late at night.
"This budget year is the per-
fect storm," with the impacts
of Florida's Amendment 1
forcing sharp cutbacks, City
Manager David Sollenberger
said at the start of the two-
hour workshop. "We're
looking at big things, we're
looking at small things," he
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cut $2,076 in annual electricity
costs, projected to increase 10
percent early next year.
Removing from municipal
buildings the six leased pay-
phones including one in
city hall used only 12 times in a
recent month will save
$6,200 a year.
More sizeable cuts, howev-
er, will be possible by eliminat-
ing a $488,000 storm water
subsidy, unnecessary in the
wake of the recent increase in
storm water fees tp recoup the
full cost of providing the ser-
Additionally, a $386,700 re-
duction will be achieved be-
cause property insurance pre-
miums were overstated last
year, which came to light only
after the current budget was
adopted, Sollenberger said.
Other big-ticket items in-
clude the previously an-
nounced annual savings of
$182,500 by terminating city
bus service on June 27.
The proposed budget shows
a $123,450 cut for Bruton Me-

borough Historical Society, which manages the


morial Library, reflecting the
sum slashed by the Tampa-
Hillsborough County Public
Library System.
An additional proposal is to
reduce the city's annual con-
tribution to the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce by
$25,000. The chamber, which
serves as the economic-devel-
opment arm of the city, deal-
ing with businesses seeking to
locate here has, in past years,
received $100,000, Sollenberg-
er said.
The proposed budget also
eliminates $64,410 for annual
upkeep of the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Cen-
ter, 605 N. Collins St. Mainte-
nance of the building will fall
upon the East Hillsborough
Historical Society, which man-
ages the building.
Additional budget proposals
include implementing user
fees many cities rely upon to

offset the cost of emergency
response to traffic accidents.
"They're controversial. People
don't like some of them," con-
ceded Sollenberger.
If adopted, the emergency
response fees traditionally
paid by auto insurance com-
panies would not be levied
upon Plant City residents, Sol-
lenberger said.
"Motor vehicle crash fees"
levied by police and fire rescue
departments elsewhere indi-
cate Plant City could gross
$300,000 annually from the
Based upon Winter Park's
fee, for example, Plant City
Fire Rescue would have billed
for more than $181,000 during
2007. Winter Park's fees range
from $435 for a crash without
injuries to $1,800 when a hy-
draulic tool is used to extricate
a victim.
The crash fee Ocala police

The proposed elimination of
two of the city's three fire
inspectors to save $137,200 an-
nually, is one "I don't really
feel good about," Sollenberger
"You have gone down to the
bare bone minimum," Com-
missioner Mary Yvette Thom-
as Mathis told Sollenberger,
adding she realizes deep cuts
are necessary. She cautioned,
however, against cutting too
deeply into public safety, espe-
cially eliminating fire inspec-
tors. "That one truly concerns
me," she said.
Inspectors' salaries could be
offset by implementing fees for
annual fire inspections of
commercial buildings, gener-
ating $110,000 yearly, Fire
Chief George Shiley has sug-
"The commission seemed to
be agreeable to doing the fees
and retaining the fire inspec-
tors," Sollenberger later said.

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$64,000 a year by
deeding building to
historical society.
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The distinctive
brick building that exudes his-
tory and houses it within its
94-year-old walls may soon get
a new owner its longtime
A proposal by the city would
deed the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center to
the East Hillsborough Histor-
ical Society, the primary ten-
ant there since three years
after its 1974 founding as- a
nonprofit organization.
Government spending cuts
necessitated by passage of
Florida's Amendment 1
brought the plan to the fore-
front recently. Plant City's pre-
liminary municipal budget in-
cludes a proposal to save
$64,410 annually by transfer-
ring responsibility for the an-
cient building, including

maintenance and costly prop-
erty insurance.
The historical society presi-
dent said she is optimistic the
plan is doable and would "be a
good opportunity" for' the
nonprofit organization, which
houses its many archives
"The society has been a ba-
sic managing partner in the
day-to-day operation since the
building was acquired by the
city" in 1977, said Shelby
Bender, president of the soci-
ety for the past four years and
a member of its board for 18.
"The historical society has
been talking with the city since
the first of the year about
turning ownership over to the
historical society," she said.
The city's contribution to-
ward building expenses has
decreased annually, she said.
State Division of Historical
Resources grants have helped
fund ongoing maintenance,
including a major project re-
placing a majority of the win-
dows in the three-story build-
Anticipated future state

grants will allow replacement
of ground-floor windows and,
hopefully, those in the audi-
torium, Bender said.
The 34-year-old historical
society's primary fundraiser is
the shortcake booth volun-
teers operate at the annual
Florida Strawberry Festival.
Additionally, the society reg-
ularly rents the auditorium or
banquet space in the building,
grossing about $8,000 to
$10,000 annually, Bender said.
"Every penny the society ev-
er owned has basically gone'
back into the building" at 605
N. Collins St., Bender said.
"With all the dollars we've put
together for the last four or five
years, we've been able to have
a net profit at the end of the
year," raising about $20,000
annually earmarked for build-
ing upkeep, she said.
The society already pays the
telephone and electric bills for
the building; the city provides
City Manager David Sollen-
berger said property insurance
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The city awaits the Hillsbor-
ough County property ap-
praiser's certification of the
taxable value of property with-
in the city, and revenue projec-
tions from the state. Prelimi-
nary projections, however, in-
dicate revenues for city's gen-
eral fund budget will be down
5.2 percent, to about $25.6
Annual salary increases for
city workers are yet to be ad-
dressed. "We will know what
we can do" by the 4 p.m. July
14 budget workshop, Sollen-

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9 a.m. 1 p.m.
1601 West Timberlane Drive, Plant City 33566
Appointment Required Call 754-4444

berger said. "I think it's a mo-
rale problem" for employees to
go without annual raises, and
the city will "get in a hole it's
hard to dig out of."
Proposed reductions im-
pacting the 'Recreation and
Parks Department include cut-
ting or reducing programs to
save $66,500. Other proposals
eliminate flowering annuals,
reduce mulching and irriga-
tion and implement a menu of
user fees.
Those-proposals will be dis-
cussed at the next workshop,
to include input from recre-
ation director Jack Holland.
Other money-saving pro-
posals include:
Saving $10,000 by reducing
the number of cellular tele-

Mintz Elementary School
9 a.m. 1 p.m. .
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Appointment Required Call 870-4747

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3908 19th Avenue N.E., Ruskin 33570
Appointment Required Call 870-4747

Blake High School
9 a.m. 1 p.m.
1701 North Boulevard, Tampa 33607
Appointment Required Call 870-4747


Town & Country Recreation Center
9 a.m. 1 p.m.
6039 Hanley Road, Tampa 33634
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Sphofies used by employees.:
Selling or leasing the for-
mer Young Street YMCA.
Requiring annexation ap-
plicants pay for required legal
advertising, an estimated
$12,000 savings.
Charging the Community
Redevelopment Agency
$60,000 for city staff support.
Eliminating the $9,600 an-
nual donation to the Tampa
Educational Cable Consor-
tium, nonprofit operator of
The Education Channel.
Reducing one street de-
partment employee to half-
time, a $15,000 savings.-

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or


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for the building runs $29,000
a year. City water for the
building, including irrigation
of the nearly 1-acre grounds,
costs $9,000 annually but will
be reduced through a "water
budget," individual conser-
vation plans being formulat-
ed for each municipal build-
Insurance costs are among
the expenses the society has
been exploring, conferring
with a local agent about cov-
erage options, Bender said.
"The one thing that is kind
of out of reach is wind and
hail coverage" for the sprawl-
ing building, she said.
The society is seeking bids
for another expense, an an-
nual maintenance contract
for the elevator, installed
with a state grant to make the
facility accessible to all.
The historical society re-
ceives a monthly $100 contri-
bution toward expenses from
the other major tenant in the
1914 building, the H.B. Plant


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The society moved into the
building soon after it was
deeded to the city by the
Hillsborough County School
District in 1977 for a commu-
nity center. A verbal agree-
ment in June of that year
authorized the society to re-
store and manage the build-
The picturesque 30,000-
square-foot landmark known
locally as the 1914 High
School is on the National
Register of Historic Places.
The iconic structure repre-
sents "a big contribution to
the historical and cultural as-
pect of the community,"
Bender said.
Additionally, the building
holds sentimental value for
many residents who as stu-
dents walked the halls of the
former school, where classes
were held from 1915 to 1972.
Reporter George Wilkens can be
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series on meditation led by
Glendal Ward, facilitator of a
Tse Pag Me Tibetan Buddhism
study group, runs through Aug.
3 at a home at 906 W. McLen-
don St., Plant City. The sessions
are from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30
p.m. The series includes teach-
ing, discussion and meditation
practice. There is no fee but
donations will be accepted to
the non-denominational ses-
sions. Participants should dress
comfortably and bring a pillow
for sitting. (813) 783-1888.

City will hold an environmental
education class, Under the Sea,
6 p.m. July 17 in the public
works building, 1802 Spooner
Drive. Children ages 4 to 12 will
learn about ocean life by follow-
ing along with a coloring book
provided by the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Conservation Commis-
sion. Afterward, they will un-
leash their creativity and make a
clay bowl with shell impres-
sions. Participants should dress
to make a mess. Call (813) 757-
9289, ext. 2249.

Strawberry Basket Fabric and
Balloon Store, 1301 N. Wheeler
St., Plant City, will have an arts
and crafts fair from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. July 26 featuring craftsmen
from around the region. There
will be wares for sale and dem-
onstrations of such crafts as
jewelry, Afghans, quilts, home
interior items, woodworking and
others. There will be face-paint-
ing and snacks served. Call
(813) 752-8994.
annual Ulma Young Playing for
Parkinson's Golf Benefit will be
July 26 at Walden Lake Golf and
Country Club, 2001 Clubhouse
Drive, Plant City. The event is an
18-hole scramble with a shotgun
start at 1 p.m. The entry fee for
the event is $300 per team and
includes a barbecue dinner
following golf. This year's hon-
orary tournament chairman and
dinner master of ceremonies is
WTVT, Channel 13's Tom Cur-
ran. All proceeds will benefit the
American Parkinson's Disease
Association. For information call
(813) 394-3330 or e-mail

Plant City Boys & Girls Club will
hold its third annual barbecue
fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 1:30

p.m. and 4 to 6:30 p.m. Aug. 28
at Union Station Welcome Cen-
ter, 102 N. Palmer St. Delivery is
available for lunch orders of 20
or more. Cost is $10 per meal.
For sponsorship opportunities,
contact Jodi Smith at (813)
757-8574 or jodi.smith

Mediterranean Grill Restaurant
offers Turkish cabaret belly
dancing provided by the Troupe
Bal Hepsi Dance Ensemble from
7 to 9 p.m. Saturdays. The res-
taurant is located inside the
lobby of the Days Inn hotel at
301 S Frontage Road, Plant City,
Call (813) 659-8400.
DANCE EVENT: The Lakeland
Chapter of USA Dance holds
dances from 3 to 6 p.m. the first
Sunday monthly at Stardust
Dance Center, 1405 S. Collins
St., Plant City. The events in-
clude dance lessons, refresh-
ments and music. Cost is $6 for
USA Dance members and $8 for
nonmembers. Call (863) 255-

dance instructor Susan Staton
gives dance lessons 7 p.m.
Monday at the Red Rose Inn
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Head Start/Early
Hillsborough Head Start Centers
Hillsborough County Head Start/
Early Head Start is urgently seeking
facility space in the communities of-
Brandon and Plant City to provide
9 quality early childhood services to

The facility should be approximately
43,500 4,000 square feet with access
to a playground or the space to
build one.
The program is also willing to
consider the option of acquiring
land where modular buildings may
be placed to serve a similar purpose.

For more information, call
Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start:
Anthea Henderson at 813-272-5140. (TrY: 301-7173)

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Nuclear Stress Testing is especially useful in diagnosing
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REGENCY 20 (813) 243-4955
Alvin and the Chipmunks (PG) 10 a.m.
Get Smart (PG-13) 1:30, 4:05, 4:35, 7:15, 9:55,10:15
Hancock (PG-13) 12:30,1:15,1:45, 2:15, 3, 3:45,
4:15, 4:45, 5:30, 6:30, 7, 7:30, 8, 9, 9:30,10,
10:30 p.m.
The Happening (R) 12:55, 3:20, 5:50, 8:10,10:40
The Incredible Hulk (PG-13) 1:20, 4:20, 7:20,10:20
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(PG-13) 1:35, 4:35, 7:35,10:35 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 1:05, 7:05 p.m.-
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (G) 12:35, 3:05,
5:35, 8:05,10:25 p.m.
Kung Fu Panda (PG) 12:40, 3:10, 5:25, 7:40,10:05
The Love Guru (PG-13) 1:10, 1:10, 3:30, 3:30, 5:45,
5:45, 8:15, 8:15,10:30,10:30 p.m.
Sex and the City (R) 1:05, 4:10, 7:10, 10:10 p.m.
VWALL-E (G) noon, 1, 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, 4:05, 4:55,
6:15, 6:45,7:15, 8:45, 9:15, 9:45 p.m.
Wanted (R) 12:50,1:40, 2:10, 3:40, 4:40, 5:10, 6:40,
7:20, 7:55, 9:20,10:10,10:45 p.m.
You Don't Mess With the Zohan (PG-13) 1:15, 4:10,
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Charlotte's Web (G) 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m.
Get Smart (PG-13) 10:25 a.m., 1:25, 4:35, 7:20,
10:05 p.m.
Hancock (PG-13) 11:10 a.m., 1:55, 4:50, 7:25, 9:55
The Happening (R) 4:15, 7:35, 9:50 p.m.
The Incredible Hulk (PG-13) 10:55 a.m., 1:50, 4:25,
7:10, 9:45 p.m.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(PG-13) 10:30 a.m., 4:05,10 p.m.
.Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (G) 11 a.m., 1:45,
4:10, 7:05, 9:35 p.m.
Kung Fu Panda (PG) 11:05 a.m., 1:30, 4:30, 7:15,
9:40 p.m.
The Love Guru (PG-13) 1:20, 7:45 p.m.
WALL-E (G) 10:35 a.m., 2, 4:40, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Wanted (R) 10:50 a.m., 135, 4:45, 7:30, 10:10 p.m.
You Don't Mess With the Zohan (PG-13) 10:40
a.m., 1:40, 4:20, 7:40,10:15 p.m.

(863) 644-5871

Madison Davenport,
Abigail Breslin and
Brieanne Jansen in a
scene from "Kit Kit-
tredge: An American
Girl." Breslin plays
Kit Kittredge, an
aspiring reporter
living in Depression-
era Cincinnati.

Baby Mama (PG-13) 4:05, 7:05, 9:40 p.m.
Sleepwalking (R) 4:10, 7:10, 9:35 p.m.
Speed Racer (P'G) 4, 7, 9:45 p.m.

Get Smart (PG-13) 1 p.m.
Hancock (PG-13) 9:05 p.m.
WALL-E (G) 9 p.m.
You Don't Mess With the Zohan (PG-13) 10:50 p.m.

LAKESIDE VILLAGE 18 (863) 937-0555
Get Smart (PG-13) 11:45 a.m., 12:50, 2:20, 3:40, 5,
6:20, 7:40, 9,10:15 p.m.
Hancock (PG-13) 10:45,11:20 a.m., 12:10,1,1:40,
2:30, 3:20, 4, 4:50, 5:40, 6:30, 7:20, 8, 8:50,
9:40,10:20, 11 p.m.
The Happening (R) 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:30, 5:50, 8:15,
10:25 p.m.
The Incredible Hulk (PG-13) 11:10 a.m., 1:50, 4:25,
7:30,10:10 p.m.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(PG-13) 12:45, 4:20, 7:25,10:05 p.m.
Iron Man (PG-13) 12:20, 7:15 p.m.
Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (G) 11:30 a.m., 2,
4:30, 7, 9:25 p.m.
Kung Fu Panda (PG) 11:35 a.m., 2:05, 4:35, 7:05,
9:20 p.m.
The Love Guru (PG-13) 12:40, 2:50, 5:05, 7:35, 9:50
Sex and the City (R) 3:45, 10 p.m.
WALL-E (G) 10:50,11:40 a.m., 12:30,1:20, 2:10, 3,
3:50, 4:40, 5:25, 6:15, 7:10, 7:50, 8:40, 9:35,
10:30, 11 p.m.
Wanted (R) 10:55 a.m., noon, 1:30, 2:40, 4:15, 5:15,
6:50, 8:10, 9:30,10:50 p.m.
You Don't Mess With the Zohan (PG-13) 11:50 a.m.,
2:25, 5:10, 7:45, 10:40 p.m.

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Offense will
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The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY There are still
plenty of spaces available for
the second of three softball
camps hosted by Plant City
High coach Heidi Kouveras.
The camp is Friday and Sat-
urday at the school field, One
Raider Place off Alexander
The first camp was held
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Center, 102 N. Palmer St. The
event features live music, ven-
dors and the roar of motorcy-
cles, old and new. (813) 754-
3707. -
Steakhouse, 1914 James L. Red-
man Parkway, Plant City, holds
its Exotic Car Show in its park-
ing lot from 3 to 6 p.m. the first
Saturday monthly. Call (813)
CAR SHOW: The Strawberry

"We only -ad six girls show
up, and that's understandable.
This is the first camp we've
conducted, and you have to
build something before you
can expect lots of people,"
Kouveras said.
Several past Raider stand-
outs will be helping lead the
camp, including former pitch-
er and assistant coach Christi-
na DoVale and college players
Terra Hutchinson and Ashley
Friday's camp session will
go from 2 to 6 p.m. and the
Saturday session will run from
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with lunch at
Girls ages 8 to 14 are invited
to participate at the cost of $65
per camper for the two days.
Since the event is this week-

Classic Car Show brings down-
town Plant City to life from 4 to
9 p.m. the third-Saturday
monthly in and around McCall
Park at Collins and Drane
streets. Dozens of 1983 and
older classics, antiques, hot rods
and custom vehicles will be on
display. Music is provided. 'Food
and craft vendors also are fea-
tured. Downtown specialty
shops and restaurants-are open
for the event. (813) 754-3707.
FOOD FOR SALE: Unity in the
Community, which provides
support for the needy, sells
flavored smoothies, gourmet
coffees, cappuccino chillers, hot
chocolate, regular coffee,
brewed tea and other treats

end, Kouveras said checks may
be presented at the camp
made out to Plant City, which
is sponsoring the camp.
"Softball is huge around
here, so I'm thinking we can
get a good response for this
camp," Kouveras said.
Friday's activities will be of
fundamental drills, Kouveras
Saturday will be based more
around games and base run-
Session 3, the camp sched-
uled for Aug. 8 and 9, will be
for pitchers and catchers.
For information, call the
recreation and parks depart-
ment at (813) 659-4200
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at

during Bike Fest and the Straw-
berry Classic Car Show. The
items can be purchased at a
concession trailer on Palmer
Street south of the railroad
tracks. All money will go to help
the needy. (813) 752-1275 or.
Wheels of Plant City seeks vol-
unteers to deliver meals. Drivers
use their own cars and are
needed to work from 10 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. (813) 754-9932.
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AGES 5-13: Sunlake High coach Dick Rohrberg will conduct camp July
S14-18. Call (813) 541-8394.
AGES 5-13: RBI Sports will conduct camps through July 31. Call Pat Rus-
so at (813) 390-0105 or Paul Russo at (813) 690-0275.
AGES 5-14: The University of Tampa will conduct camps for boys
through Aug. 8. Call Sam Militello at (813) 253-6240, ext. 3673 or visit
AGES 6-15: The University of South Florida will conduct a camp July 26
in Plant City. Call Larry Langston at (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or visit
AGES 7-12: University of South Florida coach Lelo Prado will direct
camps July 14-18 and 21-25. Contact Lazer Collazo at lcollazo@ad-
AGES 10-U: The Lutz Warriors are conducting tryouts for skilled play-
ers. Call (813) 843-8525.
AGES 12-U: The Tampa Thunder are conducting tryouts. Call Steve Gio-
nis at (813) 215-4433.
AGES 12-U: Warriors Baseball will hold tryouts at Northside Little,
League on Aug. 2. Call Andy Stofanik at (813) 477-0336.
AGES 13-U: The Brandon Panthers are conducting tryouts. Call Brian
Shinault at (813) 363-8205.
AGES 14-U: The Bullets are conducting tryouts. Call Matt Laguna at
(813) 545-5286.
GRADES 9-12: The University of Tampa will provide hitting instruction
through Aug. 25. Contact Frank Maldonado at (813) 486-6952 orfmaldo-
nado@ut.edu or visit utbaseballlessons.com.
ALL AGES: University of South Florida assistant and former Brandon
High coach Greg Parris will offer private instruction in July. Call (813)
COLLEGIATE: A league for current and future college players is con-
ducting registrations. Call Dick Neitz at (813) 961-2388.
COLLEGIATE: The Florida West Coast Collegiate Baseball League is
seeking current and future college players. Call Don Reigle at (727) 347-
1108 or visit ballcharts.com/collegiatebaseball.
AGES 6-14: Plant High coach Mike Phillips will direct boys camps
through July 25. Contact him at (813) 272-3033, ext. 266 or michael.phil-
AGES 6-16: Tampa Catholic High coach Nancy Kroll will direct girls
camps through July 18. Contact her at (813) 368-9736 or la-
dy40hoops@aol.com or visit tampacatholic.org.
AGES 6-18: University of South Florida coach Stan Heath will direct
boys camps through July 17. Contact Tommy Tonelli at (813) 974-7212 or
AGES 7-15: Plant City High coach Dale Chambers will direct camps
through July 24. Call Larry Langston at (813) 659-4200, Ext. 4302 or visit
AGES 9-16: Brandon High'coach Mark Hermann will direct a camp for
boys through July 18. Call (813) 744-8120, ext. 287 or visit brandonhoop-
AGES 9-16: Elite Sports Academy is conducting registrations for
camps and clinics. Call (813) 309-7653 or visit fundamentalslOl.com.
AGES 12-U/15-U: The Clearwater Heatwave boys teams needs play-
ers. Visit clearwaterheatwave.com or-call James Devins at (727) 492-
AGES 13-14: Players are needed for a boys league. Visit eteams.com/
tbbo or call (813) 506-1493.
AGES 15-16: Team Tampa needs players for a boys travel team. Call
(813) 506-1493.
GRADES 4-11: The Citrus Park Hoyas are conducting registrations for
the summer season. Visit eteams.com/tbbo or call (813) 908-8816.
GRADES 4-11: The North Tampa Spartans are conducting registra-
tions forthe summerseason. Call (813) 451-5488 or e-mail m_1969@ya-
GRADES 4-11: The South Tampa Cowboys are conducting registra-
tions for the summer'season. Visit eteams.com/tbbo or call (813) 918-
AGES 4-14: The Bay Area Raiders will conduct registrations and issue
equipment July 13 and 20. A minicamp is scheduled July 13. Visit tampa-
raiders.com or call Melinda Moore at (813) 837-8996.
AGES 4-14. The Tampa Bay Junior Buccaneers conduct registrations
every Thursday. Call Mick Boddie at'(813) 960-4090 or visit jrbucs.org.
AGES 4-15: The Chargers Athletic Club has limited openings. Call (813)
AGES 4-15: The North Tampa Tar Heels will conduct registrations
through Aug. 9. Visit leaguelineup.com/tarheelsfootball or call Paul Ne-
glio at (813) 963-7294.
AGES 5-14: The Town 'N Country Packers are conducting registrations
for cheerleaders. Visit tncpackers.com or contact Sally Sanders at (813)
846-0468 or ssandersll9@tampabay.rr.com.
AGES 5-14: T own 'N Country Vikings are conducting registrations.
Cheerieading coaches also are needed. Visit tncvikings.com.
AGES 5-15: The New Tampa Wildcats have football openings for ages
12-15 and cheerleaders in all age groups. Call Richard Berg for football
at (813) 977-1265 or Denise Meier for cheerleading at (813) 929-6974 or
visit newtampawildcats.org.
AGES 5-15: The South Shore Junior Longhorns are accepting, applica-
tions for cheerleading. Visit ssjlonghorns.com or (813) 641-2561.
AGES 5-15: The South Tampa Titans are conducting registrations for
football. Call (813) 924-2841 or visit southtampatitans.com.
AGES 5-15: The Sulphur Springs Cowboys conduct registrations every
Saturday. Call Sharon Davis at (813) 270-0849. -
AGES 5-16: The Dover Patriots are conducting registrations. Visit do-
verpatriots.com or call Greg Summitt at (863) 412-2671.
AGES 5-16: The Wesley Chapel Vipers are conducting registrations for
cheerleaders. Visit wesleychapelvipers.com or contact Darling Alexan-
der at (813) 478-9278 or venezolana74@msn.com.
AGES 5-17: The East Bay Flag Football League in Gibsonton is conduct-
ing online registrations. The new league also needs officials and volun-
teer coaches. Call Stuart Switzer at (813) 516-3217 or Murphy Rice at
(813) 842-8730 or visit nflyouthfootball.com or ebffl.com.
AGES 6-14. The Florida Winter Youth Football League needs cheerlead-
ers. Contact Rhonda Martin at (813) 598-0867 or rho_doug2000@hot-

mail.com or visit'fwyfl.com.
AGES 8-15: Tampa Catholic High football coach Bob Henriquez will di-
rect a camp for boys July 9-12. Call (813) 236-2096 or visit tampacathol-
AGES 11-15: The New Tampa Patriots will conduct football registra-
tions through July 23. Call John Armatas at (813) 493-8700 or visit new-
NEWSOME: Newsome High will conduct clinics through July 24. Tryouts
are scheduled July 31. Call (813) 689-0925 or e-mail lriegler@aol.com.
RIVERVIEW/DURANT: The Riverview/Durant club needs players.
Contact Mitchell Reis at (813) 748-7992 or mareis@tampabay.rf.com.
WHARTON: Wharton High needs players. Contact Tom Leechin at (813)
300-5510 or tleechl@tampabay.rr.com.
CROSS COUNTRY: Mike Boza will direct camps through July 25 for
boys and girls in grades 6-12. Contact him at (813) 244-8908 or mbo-
DRAGON BOATING: The Tampa 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 Saturdays for
girls and Sundays for boys. Contact Mike Connell at (813) 948-5500 or
GOLF: Gibson Golf Academy at Walden Lake Golf & Country Club will
conduct camps for all ages through Aug. 7. Call (813) 967-0585 or visit
SAILING:The Davis Island Youth Sailing Foundation will conduct camps
for boys and girls through Aug. 15. Call (813) 728-1814 or e-mail learnto-
TWIRLING: Heather's School of Baton Twirling is offering lessons for
boys and girls at the beginner level. Contact Heather Holloway at (813)
928-2823 or hsbt@tampabay.rr.com.
WRESTLING: Brandon High coach. Russ Cozart will direct camps
through Aug. 8. Contact him at (813) 545-6310 or russcozartl@veri-
zon.net or visit brandoneagleswrestling.com.
AGES 5-18: Former professional Travis Quesada will conduct baseball
and softball clinics through July 18. Call (813) 477-7524.
AGES 6-12: Rookies Baseball and Softball Academy will conduct
camps through July 17 Call (813) 857-2847.
AGES 6-14: The Saladino Baseball Academy will conduct baseball and
softball camps through Aug. 15. Call (813) 684-8226.
AGES 3-8: Lake Magdalene United Methodist Church will conduct reg-
istrations through July 31 for its fall league. Call Pam Evanoff at (813)
961-1254, ext. 210 or visit Imumc.org.
AGES 6-18: The University of South Florida women's program will host
camps through July 25. Visit bullssoccercamps.com or contact Chris
Brown at (813) 504-8993 or chrisbrown@admin.usf.edu.
AGES 9-14: Unlimited Motion Soccer Academy will conduct indoor
summer camps for boys and girls. Contact Mike Connell at (813) 948-
5500 or mike@unlimitedmotionsoccer.com.
AGES U-9/U-18: Goalkeeper training is available. Call Ricky Davis at
(813) 967-3227.
AGES U-9/U-18: The South Hillsborough Soccer League is conducting
tryouts. Visit shslsoccer.com or call (813) 671-4474.
AGES U-10/U-19: Black Watch Soccer Club will host select boys and
girls tournaments Aug. 30-Sept. 1.,Visit blackwatchsoccer.com or e-
mail blackwatchtournament@yahoo.com.
AGES U-11:,The Temple Terrace Spirit competitive boys team needs
players. Call George Kladis at (813) 625-3077. ,
AGES 4-17: The Temple Terrace Leaguerettes will conduct registrations
for fall slowpitch July 26, Aug. 2 and 9. Call Cindy Warren at (813) 477-
1063 or visit leaguerettes.org. '
AGES 6-12: Plant High coach Melissa Sigmon will direct camps through
Aug. 8. Call (813) 684-8226.
AGES 8-18: The University of Tampa will host a camp Aug. 11-14. Call
Denise Rubio at (813) 263-7802.
AGES 9-14: Plant City Hiigh coach Heidi Kouvera' will direct c3mps
through Aug. 2. Call Larry Langston at (813) 659-4200, e, [. 30? or v.s.'
AGES 10-U: The Miss Tampa Bay Bandits need an experienced pitcher.
Call (813) 655-4392. ..
AGES 5-18: Swim Tampa'Aquatics is seeking new and experienced
swimmers for a year-round.team. Call Scott Parlett at (813) 546-4894.
AGES 5-UP: Bob Sierra YMCA hosts several programs. Contact Justin
Boudreaux at (813) 269-9404, ext. 204 or justin.boudreaux@tampaym-
AGES 6-10: Tampa Bay Aquatics is conducting tryouts for its compet-
itive team. E-mail tampabayaquatics@yahoo.com to schedule an ap-
AGES 4-UP: A USNTA certified coach is offering lessons. Call (813) 486-
8909 or e-mail coachvalencia@msn.com.
AGES 4-18: The Plant City Tennis Center will host programs through
Aug. 10. Call (813) 707-7485.
AGES 6-18: Universe Sport Management will begin a camp Aug. 4. Con-
tact Vlado Pehar at (813) 810-5761 or vpehar@universe-sport.com.
AGES 8-U/10-U: USTA beginner leagues for boys and girls will accept
registrations through July 17. Call Gary Shepherd at (813) 832-1899.
AGES 8-16.Brandon High coach Amy Watson will direct camps
through Aug. 1. Contact her at (813) 744-8120, ext. 269 or amy.wat-
AGES 8-UP: Bob Sierra Family YMCA hosts a variety of programs. Call
(813) 962-3220.
Send announcements at least two weeks in advance via e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax (813) 259-8148 or mail to The Tampa Tri-
bune Sports Dept., 200 S. Parker St., Tampa FL 33606.

Tribune correspondent
Basil Orr may have a diffi-
cult decision to ponder the
next couple of years.
One burning desire for the
23-year-old right-handed
kegler is to tackle the Profes-
sional Bowlers Association
regional tour and discover
firsthand if the game he began
to polish as a junior bowler is
now ready to make headlines.
Then there's college. Orr's
got two years at Hillsborough
Community College under his
belt and would like to attain a
general degree, perhaps at the
University of South Florida.
Right now, however, both
of those g6als will have to be
put on the backburner while
Orr learns the ball-drilling
techniques from BC Frye at
Frye's Pro Shop at AMF Uni-
versity Lanes in the daytime,
then rolls perfect games at
A week ago Monday, per-
fect game No. 3 arrived during
the Frye Pro Shop League and
it was only because Orr had
the intelligence to move his
line after games of 160 and ,
"I finally moved to the right
in that third game," Orr said.
"I threw the ball [15-pound
Hammer Raw Anger] out to
the No. 2 board and just let it
rev back. I had only one shaky
shot, that in the ninth frame,
when I went in a little too
deep. But the head pin and
No. 2 pin cleared out the 6-
10." -
The 10th frame was three
times perfect in the 1-3 pock-
The 300, his second this.
bowling season, brought his
summer league average.to
195. Orr finished the 2007-
2008 winter season at 202.
And his first 300 came four'
years ago when he was a
youth bowler.
Now it's back to the pro
shop with one eye on learning
everything he can from Frye
in preparation for the pro tour
and the other eye perhaps
cast toward that palace of
higher education between
Fowler and Fletcher Avenues.
Meanwhile, in other action


at AMF University Lanes,
three 700s from the men high-
lighted series action, while
Jodi Moores led the women.
Raymond Silvia's 279-737,
Roger Baker's 289-725 and
Chris Hickman's 254-704
paced the men, while Greg
Neblett had 248-655, Adam
Hall 220-642, Luis Massas
279-606 and Roger Bailey.
Moores went 222-589, fol-
lowed by Valarie O'Neill 217-
581, CindyClark 201-558, Mau-
ra Clark 204-508, Leanne
Palmer 209 and Cheryl Sharp

Vore fell 10 pins short of the
800 mark with a 278-790 in
leading the men's scoring last
Other men's scores were
Lou Bartkowski III 266-739,
Billy Herren 279-720, Wes
Prochaska 276-709, Rich DeV-
illier 268-700, Al Kennon 266-
671, Tyler Parham 267, Chris
Rodgers 267-608 and Carlos
Rodgers 267.
Barbara Martin and Susan
Lowrance deadlocked for
ladies honors as Martin fired
235-633 and Lowrance 234-
633. Other ladies scores were
Pat Smith 256-624, Melody
Williams 248-621 and Patsy
Newman 225-586.

SWEEPER: The next Sardegna's
Scratch Singles Sweeper at Pin
Chasers Midtown is sched-
uled July 26.
Action begins at 2 p.m. with
entry free $29 for three games
over six lanes. First place is a
guaranteed $250.

officers and anyone else who
is interested can participate in
the league workshop sched-
uled Aug. 2 at the Alley at
South Shore on Big Bend
Road in Riverview. Sessions
will be conducted at 10 a.m.
and 1 p.m.

Send local bowling news to bo-

Orr's Decision: Go

Pro, Finish School?

Plenty Of Activities For Kids

The USF Bulls
baseball staff will
put on a clinic.
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY For children of
any age and inclined to any
sport, there is plenty going on
this summer with the Plant
City Recreation and Parks De-
Saturday at Mike Sansone
Park off Park Road south of
Interstate 4, an encore clinic
will be put on by the University
of South Florida Bulls baseball
staff. The first clinic held in
spring was well attended.
Those who can't make it
Saturday can attend the July 26
event at Plant City Stadium,
1810 S. Park Road. The $30 fee
per clinic (or $55 for both)
includes instruction and a T-

Clinics run from 9 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. and will be led by
members of the USF baseball
staff. The clinics are for boys
and girls ages 6 through 15.
The five-day Challenger
Sports British Soccer Camp is
set for July 21 to 26 at Otis M.
Andrews Sports Complex, ad-
jacent to Sansone Park.
It is for competitive players
and will be split into age,
groups 9 to 12 and 13 to 18. The
9 to 12 camp will go from 9
a.m. to noon each day and the
13- to 18-year-olds will hit the
fields from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Registration runs through
Friday, with an extra $10 added
to the $89 fee for late registra-
tion. Forms are available at the
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment office at 1904 S. Park
Road. For information call
Steve Rossiter at srossiter
@plantcitygov.com or call

(813) 659-4200, ext. 4311.
Also, the second week of
Raiders Basketball Camp, led
by Plant City High boys coach
Dale Chambers and assistant
Dave Robbins, is under way.
For those who missed out,
there is one more week of
camp, to be conducted July 21
through 24.
The $75 fee per week in-
cludes stretching and warm-
up drills, fundamental stations
and instructional breakdowns.
There also will be guest speak-
ers, contests and a daily review
Information and registra-
tion forms for all of the camps
are available on the recreation
and parks Web site at plant

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This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported June 29 through
July 5 to the Hillsborough County
Sheriffs Office. Questions about a
specific event should be directed to
the sheriffs office at (813) 247-8200.

Cre Rd, Block 1400, theft, July 1,
10:46 a.m.
Dixon Ave, Block 3000, disturbance,
June 29, 9:39 p.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 2000, theft, July 4,
8:15 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3100, disturbance,
June 29, 1:06 a.m.
Dover Rd N/Sydney Rd, loose
animal, July 5,9:05 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Mcintosh Rd, fire, July
2, 3:23 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/San Jose Mission, noise
complaint, July 5,10:42 p.m.-
Gallagher Rd, Block 3800, domestic
violence, June 29, 2:27 a.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14000, domestic
violence, July 3, 11:36 a.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14400, assault/
battery, July 5, 6:34 p.m.
Haynes Rd, Block 14800, vehicle
burglary, June 30,7:58 a.m.
Haynes Rd/Undsey St, disturbance,
July 4, 7:55 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 1200, criminal
mischief, July 3, 2:21 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 8700,
loose animal, July 3,12:17 p.m.
Lenoir Ct, Block 5300, disturbance,
June 29, 11 p.m.
Lindsey St, Block 3600, vehicle
burglary, July 1, 3:46 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
2, 1:46 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
3,11:26 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
July 1, 7:21 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 10400, DUI, July
2, 2:34 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
theft, June 29, 9:51 p.m.
Mclntosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
theft, June 30, 9:07 a.m.
Newsome Rd, Block 13100, theft, July
3,12:57 p.m.
Parker Forbes Ln, Block 900, acciden-
tal injury, July 5,7:49 p.m.
Shippee PI, Block 3300, disturbance,
July 1, 6 p.m.
Sydney Rd, Block 14800, hit-and-run/
injuries, July 5, 5 p.m.
Sydney Rd, Block 15500, domestic
Violence, June 30, 9:52 p.m.
Touchstone Rd, Block 5000, criminal
mischief, July 5, 3:33 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13400, residential
burglary, July 2, 3:39 p.m.
US 92 E/Mcintosh Rd, disturbance,
July 4,10:54 p.m.
US 92 E/Mclntosh Rd, drug law
violation, July 4,11:24 p.m.
US 92 E/Mcintosh Rd, stabbing, July
5, 3:04 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, dead person,
July 5, 2:53 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, stolen vehicle,
July 3, 3:32 p.m.

Five Acre Rd, Block 6700, distur-
bance, July 3, 6:44 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 5500,
residential burglary, June 30, 2:44 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 6000,
criminal mischief, June 30, 12:26 a.m.
Red Hawk Ln, Block 6400, neighbor
trouble, July 4, 12:17 p.m.
Short Rd, Block 7500, discharge
firearm, June 29, 12:21 a.m.

Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, disturbance,

July 3,11:45 p.m.
Two Oaks Ln, Block 1300, distur-
bance, July 3, 10:20 p.m.
US 92 W/Branch Forbes Rd, theft,
July 4,11:02 p.m.
US 92 W/Branch Forbes Rd, theft,
July 5,7:43 a.m.

1-4 Westbound, Block 1700, traffic
crash/injuries, July 5, 8:50 p.m.
1-4 Westbound, Block 2500, domestic
violence, June 29, 6:21 p.m.
Albritton Rd E, Block 2800, acciden-
tal injury, June 29,11:02 p.m.
Candlelight Ln, Block 1800, neighbor
trouble, June 29, 5:43 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 10, prowler, July 1,
12:44 a.m.
Cork Rd, Block 3800, drug law
violation, June 30,12:50 p.m.
Crocker Ln, Block 1000, discharge
firearm, July 1, 8:26 p.m.
Cypress Dr, Block 100, disturbance,
July 1,11:12 p.m.
Dr King Blvd W, Block 700, illegal
dumping, July 1, 1:01 p.m.
Frontage Rd N/Charlie Taylor, drug
law violation, June 30, 2:34 a.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5900, theft,
June 30, 9:20 p.m.
Joe McIntosh Rd, Block 1700, stolen
vehicle, July 3, 2:37 p.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd E, Block 1000,
livestock investigation, July 1, 10:01 a.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 8700,
loose animal, July 3,12:17 p.m.
Maple Dr/Joe Mcintosh Rd, DUI, July
4, 3:07 a.m.
McGee Rd, Block 3800, theft, June
30,7:13 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 10400, DUI, July
2, 2:34 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
theft, June 29, 9:51 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
theft, June 30, 9:07 a.m.
Miley Rd, Block 4900, drowning, July
5,4:42 p.m.
Miley Rd/Cork Rd, disturbance, July
2,3:09 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/County Line,
illegal dumping, June 30, 12:40 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Sam Allen Rd,
fight, July 2, 8:46 a.m.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 20, disturbance,
July 5, 1:55 a.m.
Platt Rd, Block 4800, prowler, July 5,
2:02 a.m.
Pleasantwood Rn, Block 1800, noise
complaint, July 4, 9:19 p.m.
Pleasantwood Rn, Block 1800, vehicle
burglary, July 5, 10:40 a.m.
Stafford Woods PI, Block 2600,
vehicle burglary, July 4, 11:04 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 3700, traffic
crash/injuries, July 1, 5:22 p.m.
Walnut Lp, Block 30, disturbance,
July 4,1:23 a.m.

Bamboo Palm Way, Block 4000,
disturbance, July 5,11:42 p.m.
Bamboo Palm Way, Block 4000,
noise complaint, July 4,12:09 a.m.
Barrel Palm Way, Block 4000, dis-
charge firearm, July 3, 2:13 p.m.
Barron Dr, Block 100, noise com-
plaint, June 29, 11:18 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, neigh-
bor trouble, July 3,4:12 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, noise
complaint, July 2,10:09 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, noise
complaint, July 4, 8:55 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, noise
complaint, July 4, 9:07 p.m.
Charleston Ave, Block 4800, graffiti,
June 30, 6:32 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2200, drug law
violation, July 3, 8:55 p.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 2800, distur-
bance, July 2, 4:07 p.m.

Der Rd, Block 2900, assault/battery,
June 30,12:42 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4900, residential
burglary, July 1, 7:12 a.m.
Edwards Rd, Block 3400, criminal
mischief, July 5,11:30 a.m.
Forbes Rd S/Sydney Rd, theft in
progress, June 30,9:03 a.m.
Forbes Rd S/Sydney Rd, theft, June
30,9:04 a.m.
Gentry Rd, Block 3400, residential
burglary, July 1,5:05 p.m.
Jap Tucker Rd/Trapnell Rd E, person
down, June 29,7:49 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 2800, traffic
crash/injuries, July 2, 5:06 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Trapnell Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, July 2, 5:07 p.m.
Joe King Rd, Block 5600, assault/
battery, July 3, 6:53 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 3900, residential
burglary, July 1, 3:41 p.m.
Laurel Ln, Block 3100, prowler, June
29, 3:23 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
1, 10:02 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, July
5, 4:40 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, July 1, 11:55 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, July 4,1:50 p.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3000, graffiti, July
2, 8:11 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3100, graffiti, July
2, 9:05 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3300, residential
burglary, July 3, 12:46 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3500, graffiti, July
3, 1:30 p.m.
Medulla Rd/Coronet Rd, loose
animal, July 2,8:41 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3400, distur-
bance, June 29, 7:46 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5000, robbery,
June 30, 11:05 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 200,
noise complaint, July 5,10:12 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
disturbance, July 4,10:57 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
stolen vehicle, June 29,9:57 p.m.
Ragins Ln, Block 2500, noise com-
plaint, July 4,10:47 p.m.
SR 60 E/Old Hopewell Rd, drug law
violation, June 30,10:43 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, graffiti,
June 30, 4:15 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, residential
burglary, July 1, 7:01 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, vehicle
burglary, July 1,10:22 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, dis-
turbance, July 5, 9:59 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1900, domestic
violence, July 4, 9:45 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1900, stabbing,
July 5, 3:11 a.m.
Sparkman Rd/Simmons Acres L,
vehicle burglary, July 2,12:32 p.m.
Topaz Ln, Block 2200, stolen vehicle,
July 3, 7:52 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Nesmith Rd, fire, July
5, 8:22 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 4700, assault/
battery, June 29, 1:11 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 5100, theft,
June 29, 2:31 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Turkey Creek, drug
law violation, June 29,2:37 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2900, resi-
dential burglary, July 5, 9:23 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 3600, fight, July 2,
7:54 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 3600, vehicle burglary,
July 1, 9:05 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, assault/battery,
July 5, 5:44 a.m.
Wiggins Acres Ln, Block 3400, noise
complaint, July 4, 9:05 p.m.
Wiggins Rd N, Block 100, noise
complaint, July 4, 7:52 p.m.
Wiggins Rd N, Block 200, noise
complaint, July 4, 7:52 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 1100, residential
burglary, June 29,12:10 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 1500, stolen
vehicle, June 30, 7:24 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 900, disturbance,
July 3, 9:25 p.m.

Wiggins Rd S/Medulla Rd, criminal
mischief, July 2, 8:26 a.m.
Wilkinson Dr/Dr King Blvd, DUI, July
4,2:22 a.m.
Windmill Pointe Dr, Block 4300,
domestic violence, July 4, 4:01 p.m.

Alexander St N, Block 300, robbery,
July 5,5:51 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8200, vehicle burglary,
June 30, 12:58 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8400, disturbance,
July 5,10:17 a.m.
CR 39 S/Charlie Wiggins Rd, dis-
turbance, June 29, 5 a.m.
Calhoun Rd, Block 5700, vehicle
burglary, July 4,7:17 a.m.
Clarence Gordon Jr. Rd, Block 5100,
disturbance, July 4, 6:14 p.m.
Colson Rd, Block 1100, noise com-
plaint, July 2, 8:54 p.m.
County Line Rd S, Block 8800,
assault/battery, June 29,11:02 p.m.
County Line Rd S, Block 8900,
criminal mischief, June 29, 8:54 p.m.
County Line Rd S/SR 60 E, loose
animal, June 30, 1:14 p.m.
Cowart Rd, Block 1600, stolen vehi-
cle, July 5, 4:57 a.m.
Durant Rd, Block 5800, drug law
violation, July 3, 2:55 p.m.
Henry George Rd, Block 8300, theft,
June 30, 4:34 p.m.
Henry George Rd/Old Hopewell,
animal call, July 2, 3:53 p.m.
Holloway Rd/James L Redman,
traffic crash/injuries, July 1, 8:59 p.m.
James L Rednian Pwy, Block 3600,
business burglary, July 5, 7:03 p.m.
James L Redman Pwy/Colson Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, July 2, 7:34 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 900, domestic
violence, July 2, 11:39 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Touchstone Rd, drug
law violation, June 30,1:24 p.m.
Kilgore Rd, Block 800, domestic
violence, July 4, 10:34 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, June
30, 11:53 a.m.
McDonald Rd, Block 700, theft, July
3,12:49 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 5100, theft, July
2, 12:35 p.m.
Old Mulberry Rd, Block 4900,
disturbance, June 29, 5:51 p.m.
Orange Haven PI, Block 4700, neigh-
bor trouble, July 3, 8:40 p.m.
Panther Lp, Block 5700, assault/
battery, July 5, 1:03 a.m.
Pleasant Grove TI, Block 6700, noise
complaint, July 4, 9:45 p.m.
Pitcher Manor Ct, Block 2800,
domestic violence, June 29, 3:20 a.m.
Pritcher Manor Ct, Block 2800,
domestic violence, June 29, 4:36 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 400, assault/battery,
June 30, 3:21 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 4000, disturbance,
July 3, 2:42 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, assault/battery,
June 29, 8:52 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, criminal mis-
chief, July 1,1:07 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, disturbance,
July 1, 11:02 p.m.
Siloam Springs Dr, Block 2100,
prowler, July 3, 5:23 a.m.
Siloam Springs Dr, Block 2100,
residential burglary, July 3, 1:12 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Old Mulberry, dis-
charge firearm, July 5,8:04 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 4700, business
burglary, June 30, 8:37 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 7200, dis-
turbance, June 29,1:18 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 7200, neigh-
bor trouble, June 29, 1:51 p.m.

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MARTIN, Marilyn
Schroeder, 76, of Plant City,
Fla., went to be with the Lord
~ June 18,
2008. She

August 30,
1931. in
4 Dayton, Ohio;
daughter of
the late
Henry and
/ Ruth
J' '(Harper)
Schroeder. Marilyn grew up and
was educated in Dayton, Ohio.
She relocated to Michigan,
where she raised her five
children and worked in the
insurance industry. Twenty
years ago, she moved to Plant
City, a place she truly loved.
She worshipped with the Plant
City Church of Christ. She
enjoyed traveling and visits with
her family and friends. One of
her greatest loves was playing
the piano. She taught herself to
play at an early age. She had
played the piano at numerous
places, including The Rustic
Lodge, and most recently at The
Health Center of Plant City.
Marilyn was predeceased by her
parents, her sister, Janet
Berney, and her brother,
Howard Schroeder,.who was
killed during World War II.
Marilyn is survived by four sons,
Randy Martin, who is currently
working in Iraq, Jay Martin and
his wife, Cindy, of Hudson, N.H.,
Matt Kobe and his wife, Beth, of
Atlanta, Ga., Jim Kobe and his
wife, Jacquie, of East Pointe,
Mich.; one daughter, Ruth Braga
and her husband, Rob, of
Nashua, N.H.; six grandchildren,
Erik and Alex Martin of Hudson,
David and Lauren Kobe of
Atlanta, and Zachary and
Makenzie Kobe of East Pointe;
as well as many nieces,
nephews and friends. A
memorial gathering is planned
for September 13, 2008 in Plant
City, Fla. All friends and family
members are invited. For
directions and details, please
send an email to
yahoo.com. Donations may be
sent to Plant City Church of
Christ, 315 N. Wilder Rd., Plant
City FL 33566.
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BROOKSVILLE Near Hospital Greg Ryan 727-22-8446 $595/mo. 813-87-266 and 3 homes 9/mo. Includes water.

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in Lowest price in Eor on 1100sf 2Brs. house, hrdwd. floors, neighborhood, great
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3 s s av ae y u n l o E Exec.Suites Spaciousn Moor plans. view! New appis, 24/7 Beautiful 2 and 3 BR'sfoRe
3minSof Tallahasse Park, paved road, easily menarrayycom REAL ESTATE -RENT ki 1 Avail $1000+ 0 er m
close to St. Marks Nti accessible owner fi Service. Easy access to "813-684-2200 $1575/mo 813-293-8441 Move Now 813-833-900 Brandon-1748 Krt-lay Dr
Wildlife Refuge. $8,900 / nancing. $55,000. Own NEW ARIZONA LAND t o 4 Near USF and shopping 3BR/2BA/2 Car Gar.,
Acre 813-SO-4190 er 1-800-810-1590 RUSH! 1 or2 1/2 "o C n H 1 BROOKSVILLE For Rent SOUTH 2$1,195 per mo.
ACREAGE www.wildcatknob.com ball Field" sized lots! Industrial Sites al nro WyNEWtbr. 1 ha, 1t bloor cor- V Lame R BA
$0 Down. $0 Interest. House all appliances 0 & 2 CRITCHLEY & Associates
LAND DEALS! NORTH Carolina Home & 159-$208er Month! including, asher& r nf shd 760sf to 1055sf. $705 to Realty, Inc (727)442-9578
51*0complete attached apt. M.e Bc ourane For Lease/Sale- r9 er mnh $875 permo. Cal about
510"20+ -Comm-Res mountains, one Ba ck Nee!v Sryer, near ig.sco $850.00 montPE CAL
Weiche~ Realtors in $155K 7 Nebka@Bougainvilla, SPECIAL PRICING e & tary(727)60-108 our MOVE IN SPECIAL! BRANDON 4br,2b 1956sq
Land a o 941-769-0132 email sunsiteslandrush.com by 1-275, approx 2 ac. 500-3000sf downtown Brooksville. 813-685-0055 Grt House/Neighborhd
866-443-LAND(5263) omcguire2OO zoned comm. intensive, **** $995/mo No Pets Call SOUTH TAMPA Near ClosetoEverythin
866-443-LAND(5263) @yahoo.com __will divide 2000 sf. office Florida & Hilsb Ave. Today! 321-354-4481 MacDill AFB 3br 1ha, 3BRe2BA Like New rnvi
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'avail. 203-503-4580 Henderson & Kennedy Central A/C, W/D hook $925 monthly Ready fr 1395month, 700
Citrus NORTH Carolina Moon- .Dale Mabry &W.B BUSCH RDENS AREA uc Move in med. Rsecuritdenosit
tains, Euestrian 24 E hrlih Rd & Dale Mabry Nice 2br, 1 utilities $750/me.1 MONTH 38
FLORAL City, Acres in 2 ODA Preserve 56th Street & Fowler (water) incI, ec 8 wel- FREE! 813-635-6508
New custom waterfront Fabulous Mntain Views, Business Park Space Angie 813-918-1110 & come, new carpet, new BRANDONPROV. LAKES,
3br, 2ba 2cp, 3101sf, Established P p t m2 SF
marble ?irep ace, gran- $575K 770-956-1800 WAIRPORT Pr 81- PSear5s + e Call 510-366- South tApa, .spu_ par LR 2c F
ite kitchen, 2 stainless AIR 14793POnRen-TP~dY I month FREE reducdsplit plan L DR FR
app, walk-in closets SOUTHEAST Tennessee MANUFACTURED 1 Road3 F Grade 2MONTH FREE RENTI Carrollwood-IST- rent! PLUS $100 OFF DON e t OK$1175mowith
prvae acres w/. Beautiful Mountain De and dock high whs with 1 year lease. Monthly Rent Look & MOVE IN! Discount. 813-924-6956
ac available for whole veopment Gated H MES FOWLER AND 301 AREA Westshore area ZERO Deposit Lease. 813-637-1228 W t e Cae
einsulaBrin r v Comi soon Executive Suites ZERO Pet Fee + DepositWestminster Chase BRANDONIVERVIEW
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First to see lots, W rior & Homes 2,000 to s2 000sf Un led set-vice Studios, 1&2 Bdrms S Hill Brand new Luxury 813-637-5993 Spacious 4/2.5, large lot
will buy! 3% agent aail up miles from 1-24.Bardin, W Ind. 813-261-641 813-961-6295 Style Amenities. Now Beach Rentals' Near schools, stores
954-234-8085 or email: 423-949-6887 813-349-8376 Leasing"' 1, & 3 Rent or Lease Option
downs kevin www.timber-wood.com *BIG HOUSE 87 EXECUTIVE SUITES CARROGdLLWOOD G en & 2.5Ba 1-88-346-2080
~@yahco.com NEW 2009 4BRS, 1568 SF -Wesley Chapel, $99 MOVES YOU IN Townhomes-Start@ $895 Vacation Rentals
yanoor dr1 CAUSEWAYaaBRANcrON wBrandon, Valrico, 2 MONTHS FREE Sign a Lease b 7/15 and All Szes/Prices BROOKSVILLE- On Lemon
TENNESSEE Live your S499/MO Warehouse space. 1740sf Riverview. Fully furn Studios 1 & 2 BR's Receive 2 MONTHS FREE 7 St Totally Remod., a &s 2
$127/month. Complete 10913 Nebraska Avenue ate, close Ito -4 & US4. Call 813-973-4788 13 1Information 32 www.ourcondo.com Available from $495
House & Land Package 139-5 813.310.59 TAMPA PALMS 2BR, 2BA. 352-279-2991
3br 2b 2cg NEW ROOF, 124,900. Developed wknds813.310.5391 Medical Ofcs (build to CARROLLWOOD AREA All appl.incl.W/D3rd
New windows, & paint, Community, Utilities & NEW 3br 2ba mfg homes Du lease RetailCondominiums3
corner lot, large den, Clubhouse. Close to on your lot from $499.95 ifr, lux. complex, clean,
,fc, StripCtrs Brandon, ($9506 M.
REDUCED'9500/o to ondustrial yu lot from $ 5 D CY W
REDUCED! $ 9260 Shopping, Schools & Finan avail for credit Industrial Mf& Stor randon, 95 m I waer for SaR-eR
M i $50mo. 2,200-60,000 as Orlano Great In-al Realty (813) 5058616 BAYSHORE.BLV One
I3ng w/7ow down ea equin. Prestige Homedas Lte tawn so Aie Nlu do .
Florida Real Estate I ment. 1-888-811 -& 800-232-1644 www.Pres www.dcspaceforlease, Broker 727-215-6301 gnRa soe, Largest ma- $1200/mo. + security.
ing tw/eod 0 3 esotmcg $12H0/mo. + sei i lude
Brgke 72o7-o15 1 Em Io TEMPLE TERRACE 2br/ terrrnt unit w largest Call 813-294-2228
LiEu THE GRANDE OASIS lbs. Neat, clean, off Circular liv rm & walls
FL ACCREAG 2eutfu Acre BESt MOUPLANTITHE GRA steNDEe t parking oet a
FLo anCR AACREAGE 2 Acre BeautIN PLANT City SW 2/2, PLANT City Warehouse Office swtarehouseno offer Panoram- Caollwood/Gaither
wooded land apnd i c n p. $560 Sizing Hot Deals water incuea mo ic Waterview/City view High Area 3br 2ba, pool,
Se e ,1it3 icnt ate e cec v i N au y &om e t U pllio to 2 m n h FR
e Call0 NOW Call 407-948-93 fitness center pr storage $1250/mo. + dep. Sale/
seem O\acre. Call nesseRiver. Closetoto4& Overlooking Taen $150. two t813754-2215 I-4-ry 6 on-Fri BRAN uSeway & Up to 2 months FRrEE cal 8334
866-76-2286 nessee River. Close to9-5813-239-1161 week 301. Gated park, Stopo or call for details Temple Terrace up to 6 $3100 me 81-334-531 Lease optionpossible.
Maria40coo0s Shor 813-P32-dpS0
2400 square foot home wn Owner Finane 16,000sf Call:299-1fi CARROLLWOOD Pinnacle c ap. Starting rom aKe fron gated all ap- large 4br, 2ba pool
Pr a. Beauif Warehs space w/office. Condos Upscale const $659. 100% guaranteed scrnd balc poo0 & pond, large corner lot,
on lappro. 2actres in g down, $499/MO Plenty of loading docks 1-2BR/1-2BA den AVAIL Call 888-210-98.$1,675/mo.
pool and patio area TENNESSEE MOUNTAIN AAA Maiufact. Housing avail. Near 1-4 &-1-75, CROSSTOWN & 1-4 IMMED $750-$865 mo
with tall privacy fence, RIVER PROPERTY. 10913 ebraska Avenue Call for our monthA Warehouse/Mfo. d All amenities. Gated- Need a house? 4520 Includ lawn/ 0o1 msint
azho with ho +acre mountain 13-971-781 specials 352-683-4V07 Industrial. Dock Height Sec Sys. 813-245-6323 Don't dwell in & all apple. 813-220-7060.
229,000. Call 386-658- view/$59,000. Cabin on & Grade. 600 Amp 3PH, the wrong place.
378 home) and 386- 16 acres river/mountain SLASHED Rent for less No ideas for dinner? 5500s w/AC office. CARROLLWOOD: The Classifleds isa great CW VILLAGE Towers- CITRUS Park:
208-259 (cell). (fsbo) views/$159,000. 138 & possible purchase Feast your eyes. Call 813-892-9867 Grande 2br 2ba condo, Real Estate resource 2br. 2ha, 1 cvrd rkj, 4br/3ba/2cg w/ pool,
acres/$289,000. 310 option later. 3br,2.a, i Fea new re innice ap ghs, W/,wter- newly Renovated ba c., freshly painted, exc
Classifieds can give you acres mountain/river a like new singlewide! onaaknewurecipeeini al arpn', W/De we r- Find the key to your WD hook Water, condo appliances.
bile Hmk0T/acre. Family MobileIomePkFlavor hood $950/mo. 813-963- new dream home Cable Elevaor, Securty $2300/mo.
the key to your new car! Tpa/Srandon 664-8909 every Wednesday. our Classifieds. 7385 or 813-230-5998 in Classifieds. $1306 me 8317-4 813-394-2025

Houses Unfurnished
for Rent j|
4br, 3.5ba, 2cg City Dist,
upgrades, pool, tennis,
& gym amenn., 3000sf
2400/ mo lease to own.
Tampa 3br, 1bba fncd
patio, scrnd pool, W/D,
mins from dwntwn, sm
et ok. $1350/mo + $500
deposit 813-361-0148
KEYSVILLE lbr/lba cot-
tage $450. month plus
deposit 813-477--0536.
KEYSVILLE 4br/3ba, 3200
sf $1200 mo. plus de-
posit 813-477--0536.
LAND 0 Lakes 2150sf,
4br, 3b, 2cg, Cul-de-Sac
Cath.Celings. L Yarn,
great Kitc., Mser R,
nopets. 1500/mo Tierra
Del Sol 813-404-7832
LAND 0 Lakes Connerton
4br 2ba 2cq conserv lot,
upgraded kit, Great rm
LR, DR, 2400sf. Gated
comm w/pool $1485mo
& sec dep. 813-817-7617
LAND 0' Lakes House
3/2/2, take Hwy 52 into
Suncoast Lakes Comm,
pool. 1447 Peperpine
$1400/mo. 954-776-0511
Land 0' Lakes-Oakstead
4br, 2b, 2c on cul-de-
sac, 200 sq. ft. Scrnd La
,nai, Kit. Appl. Prov, Gat
ed, Pool/Tennisdubhse
$1,495/mo. Inci lawn Svc.
Yr Lease. 813-215-4426.
LITHIA 3100 SF, 3br/3ba,
3 story chalet home on
5 wooded acres, lighted
coy pond, 3 stall barn,
beautiful $3900/mo +
dep. 813-477-0376
LITHIA FishHawk Trails,
4 br/3 be, 3600 sf, lanai,
pool, Awesome home,
great schools! $3100
+uti813-326-2612 Sky
LUTZ, 3br, 2ba 2cg
fence yard W4 hkups
Ig rooms ig lanai good
area pets o new carpet
paint floor $1300 mo
+ sec 813-300-7355
NEW Port Richey, Beauti-
ful 2 &3 BR homes
2ba, FR, lanai, D/W,
W/D, well, sprinklers.
$775-$850 + sec, no
pets. Call 727-489-7532
NEW TAMPA 4br, 2ba,
3cg, 2420SF, new home
Open fir plan, lots of
closet space. Close to I-
75 & BBD. $1480/mo 1st,
last + dep 305-812-2200
NEW Tampa: Pebble
Creek, 4br/2ba/2cg,
2159 sf, conserve, wd ts,
Ig fncd yd; lanai, app
+W/D. Lawn mint inc.
$1650/mo 989-821-3025.
Northwest Tampa
Waterchase executive
style rental, 3200 sf,
4br + bonus room, 3ba
2cg, comm pool, $2950
mo. 813-310-3254.
PLANT CITY- 3Br 2.5ba
2cg, 1517 SF, like new,
Lrg Fncd yrd, W/D
Rent or Rent to own,
$1200mo $199K, 24hr info
(877)-627-5590 #156
PLANT City 4br/2br/2cg,
newly painted /new
carpet, gated communi-
ty, $1350 mo + deposit
Brandon. Beautiful
4/2/2, 2100SF, Comtemp
cul-de-sac, great schools
MacDill.$1600mo. 202-
327-0277 / 443-852-5591
Charming 2br/lba with
garage in Historic area,
no pets, $950/mo +
$500 security deposit
Ra1l 727-214-0297
SO.TAMPA 1200sf
3br/1.5ba, fenced, CHA,
DR, $1200 mo, credit
checkClean alarm sys
2838 W. Shelton Ave
(813) 832-9978

Houses Unfurnished
for Rent
SOUTH Tampa, 3br/ 2ba;
upscale loc 3610 S
Beach Dr; -000 sq ft;
fncd d;refrig;w/d;
$1700/mo plus dep;
SPRING Hill, ranch, 2
br, .5 ba family rm,
new carpet poor
fenced Security be
S.TAMPA Home 5 biks
from Westshore Mall.
Priv. fence, central A/C,
32 w/den, 1800sf new
kit counters $1b50/mo.
Call 813-310-7665;
319 Belleview. Restored
spanish home 3br, 2ba,
1700SF, fireplace, appis
incl, fncd yd,$1325/mo.
Ken 813-7 7-4673
4BR, 2BA, CB, CH/A,
$1200/month, Section 8
Accepted. Call for De
tails, 813-417-4984.

VALRICO 4br/3ba, 1980
SF almost new! Window
shades throughout 621
Chesney Dr, Southern
Oaks. Lease $1495/mo
Call Jim, 941-753-8686.

No Credit Check
Little as $4K Down
Call Now
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Tampa/LOL/ Hudson
Buy a home w/ little or
no money down. Call
Sherry: 813-464-5346
Any time!
Manufactued Residential
Homesites for.Rent
I!STOPI! Paying for your
landlords home. Invest
in your own today.
Homes starting at
$825/mo. 813-757-6562.

{Manufactured Homes1|
in Parks for Rent
DADE CITY 1,2 & 3 Br,
MH + RV's. Start at
$100/wk including all
util. Rolling Hills 1st
Cash Crunch Move-in
Pre-qualify over the
phone. No app. fee.
1,2,3br's '813-503-4580
PALM River Singlewide
to lease. 3br, 2b with
$755 dep. & $75/mo.
May qualify you to later
purchase. Tpa/Brandon
Fam. MHP 813- 64-8909

Mobile Homes
301 & 1-4- 2br/lba, newly
remodeled., new car-
pet quiet area all until
inc except elec.,
NoPets $525mo
Seniors welcome. Near
shop & bus, clean, quiet,
A/C. 1-2DRas low as
$450/md. 813-677-1086
quiet family park, 2 to 3
bd avail. Shady oak
filled park. Starting
from $125.00 weekly.
LAND 0' LAKES Beautiful
3BR 2BA MH on 3/4
acre lot, fully refurbish-
ed, large screened
porch, $950/per mo.
Call 813-244-1520
An apartment full of
possibilities needs
furniture full of
character. Classified
is the key!

SManufactured/ /
Mobile Homes
TAMPA, Seffner & T'sas
sa, 1,2, 3br, start @
$115 per wk- Some
w/elec. No Appc. fee
1st Wk free .nest deal.
No credit 1 813-626-
0820 or 813-900-8860

Weekly Rentals
Starting at $120
E Tampa 83-620-3870
Ybor City 813-248-1599
Valrico 813-426-2439
Plant City 813-376-2586
the nicest Family park
in Tampa, lbr $130/wk-
$425/mo. 2br 150/wk -
$550/mo. 3br $170/wk-
$650/mo Madison Lane
Estates. 813-677-1429.

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SAccom. to Share
Spacious 3/2, gated
incis all utilities .cable
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