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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: September 3, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hillsborough -- Plant City
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WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 3, 2008


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COURIER TRIBUNE
SERVING PLANT ., .', DOVER, TURKEY CREEK AND SURROUNDING COMMUi 'V .


Tribune photo by ROBERT BURKE
Children play games at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center. The economic crunch is hitting Boys & Girls Club organizations
from all directions, including cutbacks in government funding, grants, private contributions and United Way proceeds.


Join The Club

Both of Plant City's nonprofit Boys & Girls Club branches
are struggling to maintain their services during the economic downturn.
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Taking A Bow
The Arts Council of
Plant City plans to
honor child redns dance
theater owners Jackie
and Buddy Everidge.
Page 4


Community Says
Goodbye
Funeral services were
held last week for a
husband and wife
with Plant City roots
who died in a murder-
suicide.
Page 6

Cougars Vs. Raiders
High school football
rivals Durant and
Plant City open their
seasons Friday against
each other.
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Local Boy Up To Par At Golf World Championship


PLANT CITY Cole Cothren,
a Walden Lake Elementary
School first-grader, earned
bragging rights this summer
when he finished 40th in the
2008 U.S. Kids Golf World
Championship, held July 23
through Aug. 3 in Pinehurst,
N.C.
Cole competed in the 6 and
younger division. He has been
playing golf since he was 2. At
age 3, he began lessons and a
year later was competing in
tournaments.
There were 34 countries
competing, and each player
had to qualify through local
and regional tournaments.
His parents are Matthew
and Tiffany Cothren of Plant
City. His mother said Cole
would love to play golf every
day, but with a sister, Tayler,
who plays soccer; a brother,
Jacob, who is into tennis; and
a new baby brother, Drew, he
gets to the course on an aver-
age of twice a week.

Church To Honor
Former Choir Leader
PLANT CITY Bobbie Hooks,
who served as director of
Christian education at First
United Methodist Church of


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist ,
Plant City from 1962 to 1975,
will be honored Sept. 26 to 28.
Reuniting will be the War-
ren Willis Singers, founded
and directed by Hooks during
her tenure as choir director
and named after a director of
camps and assemblies of the
Florida United Methodist
Conference. The choir in-
cluded more than 100 teenage
singers and instrumentalists
from churches in the area.
They performed in church-
es throughout the South, as
well as on radio and televi-
sion.
Activities for the celebration
will include get-togethers at
the homes of Bruce and Patric-
ia Hinson and Mark and Vicky
(Roark) Conner, a luncheon
and concerts at the 9 and 11
a.m. Sept. 28 worship services
with selections from the War-


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Cole Cothren, a Walden Lake
Elementary first-grader, has
been golfing since he was 2.

ren Willis Singers' albums.
The church is at 303 N. Evers
St.
Call Jennifer Fenner Jackson
at (813) 928-1259.

Auditions On Sept. 11
For Youth Theater
BRANDON Auditions and
rehearsals for two plays will be
held Sept. 11 by the Brandon
Youth Theatre.
Roles in the play "Char-
lotte's Web" are for first-


through sixth-graders, and
"Aladdin" will feature a cast of
seventh- through 12th-grad-
ers. Auditions for "Charlotte's
Web" will be at 5 p.m. and
6:30 p.m. for "Aladdin."
The auditions and rehears-
als will be held at New Life
Church, 2802 E. State Road 60,
Valrico. The production dates
of both plays are in Novem-
ber.
Call Karis Denhoff at (813)
719-2744 for information.

Calling Marshall's
Class Of '69
PLANT CITY The Marshall
High School Class of 1969 will
have a reunion planning
meeting at 3 p.m. Saturday at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
W. McLendon St. All class-
mates are invited.
For information, call Willie
Thomas at (813) 677-5210 or
Sandra Thomas at (813) 205-
7240.

County On Lookout
For 'Good Neighbors'
Do you have a special
neighbor who demonstrates
an ongoing spirit of compas-
sion and helpfulness? The


Hillsborough County Office of
Neighborhood Relations is
looking for nominees for the
Lonnie Lea Napier Good
Neighbor Award. Individuals,
neighborhood associations
and community groups may
make nominations until close
of business Sept. 12. All resi-
dents of Hillsborough County
are eligible.
The annual award comes
with a $2,000 grant to the
neighborhood association
serving the area in which the
recipient lives. This award was
established in memory of
Lonnie Lea Napier, who died
after falling from a tree while
trying to rescue a neighbor's
cat. Throughout his life, Napi-
er demonstrated many in-
stances of goodwill and com-
passion, from helping a re-
cently widowed woman put
up Christmas lights to fighting
a brush fire until firefighters
arrived.
Call David Ash for nom-
ination forms or questions at
(813) 272-5843.
E-mail items to Betty Briggs at
gabylee@tampabay.rr.com; mail
to The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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Arts Council Taps



Couple For Tribute


"Champions of the
arts" will be lauded
at a dinner and
dance celebration.
By GEORGE WILKENS
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The Arts Coun-
cil of Plant City will honor a
local couple this month for a
half-century dedicated to
teaching dance to several gen-
erations of youngsters.
The tribute to Jackie and
Buddy Everidge of Jackie's
Dance Theatre & Gym as
"champions of the arts" will be
6 p.m. Sept. 14 at the Red Rose
Inn & Suites' Red Rose Ball-
room, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
"We're encouraging alumni
of Miss Jackie's to come" to the
event, which will include din-
ner and. professional perfor-
mances, as well as a celebra-
tion of Broadway, council
president Cheryl Worsham


IF YOU GO

WHAT: The Arts Council of
Plant City's tribute to Jackie
and Buddy Everidge
WHEN: 6 p.m. Sept. 14
WHERE: Red Rose Inn & Suites'
Red Rose Ballroom, 2011 N.
Wheeler St.. Plant Citr
COST: S40 for arts council
members, $45 for others: event
includes dinner and entertain-
ment.
RESERVATIONS: Call (813)
973-1770 by Sept. 12.

said.
The school's countless stu-
dents of jazz, tap, ballet and
other forms of dance include
some who continued their
studies and entertain profes-
sionally, including on Broad-
way and members of the casts
of Tampa Bay Performing Arts
Center productions. Many
plan to attend the appreciation
dinner, said Worsham, who is


interested in hearing from for-
mer students.
* "Miss Jackie," as she is affec-
tionately known, bought the
business in 1958, taking over
the studio Ann Barr Gibbs op-
erated in the Lee Building
downtown. The theater moved
to its current location, 507 N.
Wheeler St., in 1976.
Jackie -and Buddy married
the following year. He retired
after 40 years as a U.S. Postal
Service worker and handles
the business end of the artistic
enterprise.
Since 1984, Jackie Everidge
has also been director of the
Plant City Children's Theatre,
a nonprofit boasting a long list
of alumni with professional
credits in the arts.
Miss Jackie was director of
choreography for many of the
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Swash-Buc-lers in preparation
for the cheerleaders' perfor-
mance at the first Bucs game
in 1976.


Tribune file photo by ROBERT BURKE (2002)
Jackie Everidge demonstrates what she wants dancers to do dur-
ing a rehearsal for a holiday presentation of "The Nutcracker."


She and many of her local
dancers were invited to per-
form at dedication ceremonies
during the 1971 opening of


Walt Disney World. She also
was a choreographer for the
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Things To Do is a list of some
of the most interesting upcoming
events. For a complete list of
Tampa Bay area events, see this
week's Friday Extra.


Friday


Single? This Dance
Is For You
The Strawberry Singles
Club's weekly dance will be
from 8 to 11:30 p.m. at the
Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City.
The cost is $6 for members,
$7 for associate members and
$8 for nonmembers. Call (352)
523-0114.

Saturday


Finance At Forum
Dave Ramsey's "Total Mon-
ey Makeover Live!" checks in
to the St. Pete Times- Forum,
401 Channelside Drive, Tam-
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Ramsey sets forth his phi-
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in an interactive, high-energy
presentation.
Tickets are $34.75, $70.75
and $204.75 and available at
the box office or by calling
Ticketmaster at (813) 287-
8844.
For information, call (813)
301-2500 or go to www.stpete
timesforum.com.

An Exotic Event
A monthly exotic car show
is from 3 to 6 p.m. at Pondero-
sa Steakhouse, 1914 James L.
Redman Parkway, Plant City.
The free show is in the res-
taurant parking lot. Call (813)
754-1129.

Crank Up The Harleys
Downtown will be filled
with the sounds of motorcy-
cles from 5 to 9 p.m. for the
monthly Bike Fest. The event,


Plant City
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which includes live music and
vendors, will be in and around
Union Station Welcome Cen-
ter, 102 N. Palmer St., Plant
City.
There's no admission
charge. Call (813) 754-3707.

Raising A Joyful Yoice
The Gospel Echoes, Spiritu-
al Servants and other groups
will be featured at a gospel
sing at 7 p.m. at Church of
God of Prophecy, 11607 Grove-
wood Ave., Thonotosassa.
Refreshments will be
served; there's no admission
charge but an offering will be
accepted. Call (813) 752-2778.

Sunday


Time For Dancing Shoes
Dance your heart out from
3 to 6 p.m. at the Lakeland
Chapter of USA Dance's


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monthly dance at Stardust
Dance Center. If you don't
know how to dance, Mary
Dague of Dancin' in Lakeland
will show you a step or two.
Entertainment will be by Scott
and Sarah Coates, and light
refreshments will be served.
The club holds dances the
first Sunday monthly at Star-
dust, 1405 S. Collins St., Plant
City. Cost is $6 for USA Dance
members and $8 for non-


members. Call (863) 255-8344.

Grandparents Day
It's Grandparents Day at the
Museum of Science & In-
dustry.
Grandparents accompanied
by a child whose admission is
paid will be admitted free
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at MOSI,
4801 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa.
Regular MOSI admission is
$23.95 for ages 13 to 59, $21.95
for ages 60 and older, $19.95
for ages 2 to 12, and free for
ages 1 and younger. Go to
www.mosi.org.

Mexican Independence
Radio stations WLCC, 760
AM, and WMGG, 820 AM, will
host a celebration of Mexican
independence from noon to 8
p.m. at the Florida State Fair-
grounds, 4800 N. U.S. 301,
Tampa.
The event will be held in the
Expo Hall. The whole family
can enjoy live music, tradi-
tional Mexican and Latin
American food and more.
Admission is $15 for ages 12
and older and free for ages 11
and younger. Go to www
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CORRECTIONS
It is the policy of The Tampa
Tribune to correct all errors of
fact. To report an error; e-mail
bureau chief Dave Nicholson at
dnicholson@tampatrib.com or
call (813) 865-4432. Corrections
and clarifications appear here.
The crossword clues, grid
and answers in the Aug. 27
Plant City Courier & Tribune did
not match. Corrected versions
appear in today's edition. The
clues and grid can be found on
Page 33, and the solution can be
found on Page 30.
The Whistle Stop Cafe re-
opened Aug. 28. An item in the
Aug. 27 Plant City Courier &
Tribune had an incorrect name
for the restaurant.


COMING NEXT WEEK
Agriculture teacher Ray
Clark retires after 36 years
at Plant City High School.


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Heather Lynn Rimmer poses with her daughter
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Goodbye

Family and friends
grieve over the loss
of a teacher killed
by her husband.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY A Polk teacher
with Plant City roots who au-
thorities say was killed by her
husband before he took his
own life was remembered
Thursday as a devoted mother
and dedicated educator.
About 800 mourners said
goodbye to 37-year-old Heath-
er Lynn Rimmer in funeral
services at First Baptist Church
at the Mall in Lakeland.
"There are no words that
can help us face the grief we
feel here today," said the
church's senior pastor, the
Rev. Jay Dennis.
Rimmer family photo "This service will be a cele-
rs, Jordyn, 7, and bration of Heather's life. Peo-
e our role model, ple here know her, but we will
neral. let them know her a little bet-


The Rev. Jay Dennis of Lakeland's First Baptist Church at the Mall
officiates at Thursday's funeral for teacher Heather Lynn Rimmer.


ter."
Heather Rimmer was shot
Aug. 23 by her 40-year-old
husband, Larry C. "Clay" Rim-
mer II, at their Lakeland home
in what Polk deputies labeled a
murder-suicide.
Heather Rimmer was a
teacher at Lakeland's South
McKeel Elementary Academy
and a 1989 graduate of Plant
City High School. Her hus-
band, who operated a lawn
service, attended Plant City
High in the mid-1980s.
Many of the mourners were
teachers, students and their.
See HEATHER RIMMER, Page 19 I>


HOW YOU CAN HELP
A savings fund for the two
surviving daughters, Paige and
Jordyn Rimmer, has been set
up with separate accounts at
the Marcum Road Wachovia
BanK, 6711 N. U.S. 98. Lakeland
FL 33809. The Paige Rimmer
account number is
1010220937120: the Jordyn
Rimmer account number is
1010220937133.
Banking hours are from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Any Wachovia Bank
will accept deposits for those
accounts.
For information, call the bank
at (863) 815-2050.


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Commissioners All Aboard On Project


Building an
observation deck at
the historic depot
gets a green light.
By GEORGE WILKENS
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY A plan to erect
a train observation platform at
the historic depot to attract
more rail buffs and other tour-
ists has received the blessing of
the Plant City Commission.
The unanimous Aug. 25 vote
of support came at the urging
of the Historic Downtown
Plant City Merchants and
Business Association, whose
members said similar projects
have met with great success in
other small Southern towns.
Al Collinge of the Greater
Plant City Chamber of Com-
merce, volunteer coordinator
of the Union Station Welcome
Center and Railroad Museum
since its December 1997 open-
ing, said the number of visitors
who come to watch the trains
has grown steadily.
Rail fan clubs of 20 to 30


people are common, Collinge
said.
"They meet at the depot and
just watch the trains come," he
said.
An elevated platform would
improve the view, and more,
he added.
"We've always had a definite
concern about safety," he said,
as some buffs get dangerously
close to the rails to photograph
passing trains.
Jerry Lofstrom, owner of the
Whistle Stop Cafe, told com-
missioners that several Geor-
gia cities recently built similar
observation platforms to at-
tract "train spotters," some of
whom are so dedicated they
keep notebooks, jotting down
details of trains, such as the
number of cars each contains.
John Davis, whose Espress
Yourself Coffee 101 business is
a block from the site, said Plant
City's two dozen daily trains
make it "a rail fan hot spot."
The hobby is so popular that
some Internet sites cater to rail
buffs, featuring webcams pro-
viding remote viewing of trains
in select rail hubs.


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Sparkman
j Commissioner
1 says the project
could exceed
$50,000.

"It's an opportunity we defi-
nitely would not want to miss
out on," Davis said.
The nearly century old de-
pot, 102 N. Palmer St., closed
as a train station years ago.
The owner of Lubrano De-
signs, who donated his work
on the project, said the plat-
form 12 feet from the tracks
would provide a clear view of
the two main rail lines. Plans
call for a platform comple-
menting the depot design,
Bennie Lubrano said.
The upper level of the obser-
vation platform will be 13 feet
tall, not including its roof.
There's no timetable for con-
struction.
"I think it would be an asset
to downtown and to the city,"
said Commissioner Mike
Sparkman, adding that cham-
ber of commerce directors


have unanimously endorsed
the project.
Additionally, Sparkman
said, local CSX Transportation
representatives have endorsed
a lease amendment to allow
the observation platform on
railroad property. Approval of
corporate headquarters in
Jacksonville is necessary, and
Sparkman asked the city for
legal assistance finalizing an
amended lease.
In response to a question
from Mayor Rick Lott, Spark-
man said the project could
cost in excess of $50,000.
After the vote, Lott said he
would be amenable to using
Community Redevelopment
Agency funds for the project.
"I think it's more than wor-
thy" of financial support from
the agency, said Lott, the CRA
chairman. Lott suggested pos-
sible funding be discussed at a
future CRA meeting.
City commissioners are also
directors of the CRA.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
gwilkens@tampatrib.com.


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PLANT CITY
COMMISSION ACTION


City OKs $200,000

For E1lis-Methvin Park


Noteworthy items from the
Aug. 25 Plant City Commission
meeting include:
City commissioners ap-
proved City Manager David
Sollenberger's recommenda-
tion to commit $200,000 to
secure a matching grant for
the fourth phase of develop-
ment of Ellis-Methvin Park
near Cherry Street and Park
Road.
The city funds will cover a
matching grant from the Flori-
da Department of Environ-
mental Protection through the
Florida Recreation Develop-
ment Assistance Program.
Phase 4 improvements are
to include soccer fields, a con-
cession/restroom building,
paved trail, drainage, parking
and landscaping.
Commissioners approved
a construction agreement with
CSX Transportation for im-
provements to the railroad
crossing at Woodrow Wilson
Street.
The city will pay CSX
$236,797 to perform the work
and, under the terms of the
cooperative funding agree-
ment and grant program, re-
ceive $111,420 partial reim-
bursement from the state De-
partment of Transportation.
Additionally, the city will re-
pave the asphalt approaches to


the crossing.
Commissioners approved
providing $53,000 to the Boys
& Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay
toward public services at the
nonprofit organization's two
Plant City facilities.
The contribution to the
clubs, designed to help at-risk
youth, is possible through the
federal Community Develop-
ment Block Grant Program.
The local contribution last
year was $60,000.
Two Turkey Creek Road
intersections may get traffic
signals;. The road's intersec-
tions at Sydney Road and at
Airport Road have been identi-
fied as worthy of having signals
installed, Hillsborough County
Public Works has informed the
city.'
The county has hired HNTB
Corp. to evaluate the two in-
tersections.
In his report, the city man-
ager lauded Gary Sears for his
recent appointment to the
American Planning Associa-
tion's Planning Officials Com-
mittee.
"Congratulations are cer-
tainly in order to Gary Sears for
that fine accomplishment,"
Sollenberger said.
Sears is a longtime member
of the Plant City Planning
Board.
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Clubs



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Beatriz Lumbreras, 9, seated, and Pricilla Salgado, 9, work
together in a Boys & Girls Club computer lab. The clubs
offer children a variety of activities.
The local Boys & Girls Clubs,
which serve hundreds of
children, feel the effects of a
slumping economy.
By GEORGE WILKENS
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The local Boys & Girls Clubs
are abuzz with happy children after school
each day, something which, on the surface,
belies the pinch the sour economy is putting
on the nonprofit organization.
"Some of the parents can't afford the fees,
even though they are low," said Sharon
Moody, director of the club's West Plant City
branch, 901 S. Waller St.
"I understand what the economy is and
what you're going through," she tells parents
caught in the crunch of rapidly rising prices for
everything from gasoline to milk and bread.
The economic crunch is hitting the non-
profit organization from all directions, in-
cluding cutbacks in government funding,
grants, private contributions and United Way
proceeds. "With all those budget cuts, we got
cut pretty hard, too," Moody said.
Still, about 90 members, ages 5 to 18, visit
the West Plant City branch each day after
school, most transported on the club's bus.
Awaiting them is a variety of activities, from
athletics to homework assistance/tutoring,


tribune photo by RUBEKI BURKE
Boys & Girls Club member Lacey Hargrove, 9, lines up a shot while playing billiards at the city-
owned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
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Tiberius Bryant, 10,
grabs pencils from his
book bag. The clubs
offer everything from
athletics to home-
work assistance, tu-
toring, computer
training, games and
arts and crafts.




























Dyamond Robinson, 6, uses a little
body language while playing a
table soccer game.

computer training, games and
arts and crafts, plus socializing
with fellow members. There also
is an after-school snack, made
possible through a Hillsborough
County free-lunch program.
Most of the members are from
homes in impoverished neigh-
borhoods near the branch, Moody
said. "Some of the kids don't
know where their next meal is
coming from," Moody said.
For many, the club provides a
rare opportunity to use a comput-
er to explore the Internet and do
research for schoolwork. Children
are cleared to visit authorized
Web sites only after successfully
completing NetSmartz, an age-
appropriate program that cau-
tions about the threat of online
predators.
Across town near Marshall
Middle School, more than twice
as many youngsters utilize the
Boys & Girls Club at the city-
owned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
"We've cut back on a lot of
things we want to do," said Carlos
J. Jimenez, one of two directors at
the facility jointly operated by
Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay
and Plant City. "We'd like to do
more, but it comes down to that
funding," which required the staff
recently to be reduced by two.
Hours have been cut for other
workers.
"To keep our doors open, we've
got to increase prices," said Jime-
nez. It's done with extreme reluc-
tance, he said, explaining that a $1
fuel surcharge added to the $5 fee
for transportation and admission
to Hillsborough River State Park
or a local movie theater excludes
many of the impoverished mem-
bers. The club has about 190
members.
To help reach children whose
parents cannot afford field trips,


T'Ibune photos
Noel Robles, left, and Anthony Salgado enjoy a game of table tennis. Joint sponsorship with the city allowed
the addition of Kids Cafe, which provides meals prepared by a dietitian.


Sylvia Sullivan, left, a staff member at the Boys & Girls Clubs, plays a
game of football recently with Destiny Wiggins, 11. About 90 members,
ages 5 to 18, visit the West Plant City branch each day after school

much less the $200 per semester ican from Houston who is the
fee, a two-year pilot program was Plant City Recreation and Parks
recently launched at three Hills- Department employee who su-
borough County sites, including pervises. the MLK center and
both in Plant City. works closely with the Boys &
HYPE (Helping Young People to Girls Clubs.
Excel) targets children of migrant "The kids and their families see
families who may fall under, the there's unity here," setting an
influence of older siblings who example for club members of all
have drifted into gang affiliations. races and nationalities, Jimenez
"This program allows us to help said. "If we can do it, they can do
those families," Jimenez said. "We it. And they see that."
try to get the kids off the streets" Jimenez and Lewis work one-
of the low-income, high-crime on-one with HYPE children, re-
neighborhoods. viewing report cards, monitoring
Jimenez, a first-generation behavior, meeting regularly with
American whose mother was born their parents and making quarter-
in Cuba, is the only Spanish- ly reports on the young members'
speaking member at the Plant progress.
City, clubs. He works closely with Joint sponsorship with die city
La',oshaILewis,'aianAfrican-Amer- i allowed the addition of Kids Cafe,


CLUB LOCATIONS
Hours for both locations are
from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday
through Friday during the school
year and from 7:30 a-m. to 6
p.nL Monda', through Friday
during the summer. Here are the
locations:
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Recreation Center
1601 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd.
(813) 757-9195
Carlos Jimenez, director
West Plant City
901 S. Waller St.
(813) 707-8490
Sharon Moody, director


which provides meals prepared
by a dietitian that are served at 4
p.m. Monday through Thursday
to children at the MLK club.
"They need to eat. healthy
meals," said Lewis, adding that
the food provides more than nu-
trition. "We did see, over time, an
improvement in their grades," she
observed.
"When they've got something
in their stomachs, they're able to
concentrate a lot more," Jimenez
agreed.
He said the well-balanced meal
provides an additional benefit:
"Knowing the kids aren't hungry
when they go home is a wonderful
thing."

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
gwilkens@tampatrib.com.














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AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Ilen Chapel: 0 If. Lamr v "'-2 3-
Mount Olihe 1//131 Ii lidtv, t
Mount Olhie: hior,,n d "2 J--619

APOSTOUC
Asamblea Apostolica:
15il Cfol(n Rd j"..l.'A
polstolic Church oljesus ChrisLt
121/2 Iv Rle.wai f---5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
abundant Lile: Ptihaw'i Rd.
luh1a. 695-421)
Bethany: %01 HHan Rd
f/lun,fo,.'vaQ 9S6-541
Calhary Fellowship:
1110,I Gmnjon .t ".51-j2W5
Christian Life Assembly:
31/20 .1 Mt.r Rd. 65"r-- 2
Doier Firsi: Ar -4 c- /tIne Rd 6694A03
Faith Temple: I-i4 HAilbon/it..'
FAlkiC (.u line. -52.05.
Faith Lighthouse: .'9 R 3J9A) "? -/N./
first Pant Cts Chadnl Griffin Rd
iWofaR 19 s. 2djlJ/
Fortn lafia: orner oflSI:IaijHut 3'P
SSmu er Rd, -37-4656b
Ke)yslie: SR/?il, :T-'-4t*i
Mount Zion: I *. at fonlotomica Rit l52-Irl
Pleasant Grote: fiAker Creek Rd. '3"59
Vlitory Worship Center: 6Cnvm, Lane Rd

Sydne):.idnei. Rd / 10 na F iqf
rdnet-rhnr Rd 0i9.-yiW
Turke) Creek: lurh i.',nk Rd "-i--. f2

BAPTIST
Ahala: Ilrt'ei (na v',/ \ 'IPR i.(

,lakl Baptist .L'.Ui/i,. Ch In, Rd.

Antioch: Hr-.,vi RdJ -3. 2ti'
Berea iR' ?v i -'.IL
Bethan): C rk /d '2 9')2)
Bethel: .'h I- k ntn., t "vi .' 1?
Beulah:. tli l.- ( in.tl1' liet" R/
li/An, '?>//l'
Bible: O/rtnie griffin Rd -52.AS5
Burchwood Temple: FuAdid D 63. S.5
-"2.3782
Calvary Free Will:.3519 iTine/i iPdIf
Cedar Grove:t, t i' i/ c Rd "3- 12?
Central of Lithia. hnn' kiie fl
(hurch on the Rodc01 .lt Ahn..k

Cominni)y Christian:
1310,1A nrAmon.lir, -. 5 j
Crossroads: iR P i AtSvaesi.
,1'. 1211
Countryside Baptit Churdch:
13322 i drdaika 5".I&(


BAPTIST COflD
Doter First. ';ai L iRd o''-0ii
Ea.st.ide: 1318i (,iih,.'iM t -v -l.I/
East ThonotoiassaI: t'Ilbrsisb
, Anmw Griffilia KJ A.-IlI('
Faith Femple Primithe:
,y ti f It _.lf. rB ,.on it -5.i i.l
First Baptist Church of Midway.:
tJu a Rd& 52.-r-'
First Baptist Uidlia himwcwin~n f .S39,'
lt a hwNxreist Rd. "3-.1121
First Plant City: it)' ,V Atmer "52.-41-i1
Firt fhonotosassa MiWsionar):
.it In/tia Rd 9Ar,--4-"'
Harmon) Bapli-t Churh:
(QiN it Anlrgai anifi', tt W'.. -1i
Hopene aer:. 5-' ,
Hopeiell: %'i9.9 r- .1530
Knights: PAIg Btlhan, Ilh, -i2.-9-'r2
Lebanon: Brina f.orttNt Rd i2.2rr(
Lone Oak /'au tik Id i4 5 2",q
Mount Moriah Freesill:
1Imen ..hii,.a.,n S '5i-t '
Mouni Moriah Freedill:
.J2 ou&sa Rda "3J"1 /$.,
Mount OliR-: w-. I BalkS, St. 38R3-
tNew Hope Freewill Baptist Churah:
3101 SJdnes &ier Rd trer
New ML Zion Freewill: .11I tianis Rd.

Northside,: /II\' franklin St "'2-.r"9
Oku kiod .1ponm Rd '.2 54999
Plant City Primitine: 5,9 ,, !trs i t.

Pleasant Growe Finrt trkev Crwk Rd

Shiloh Baptist Church:
1905 It ferri .ir 4. -445
Springhead: S i jns Roa d -8-r9
SL Luke Missioniary: /Ai' it an it

St. Mar)' Freewill: HII (Ter 6 Itrent it,

SL Mary Missionar): W4 i S iRE.i,
-3 -
SL Mary S Communit) Church:
'*' Luira 1 "i5-1616
S)dnen: lilot r 'Rd i,'59.1iW
Thrkey Creek Community Baptisi Church:
54-" furf'i ,'rcki Rd sl-t 12.1 l
Turkey Creek Fintc Tlpi l ,tA.
-52 -7W)
,ictorn Missionarr.: it, PJ
,elkome Baptist /I /I4I Ueiw
than-rbv ;813 /)53 ". )
Wtestide: 2i.Ii lt Gra.ie/ld.tie
-52. WOi
Whitehurit Rd: 'i .V ifb nthursl Rd
_S4 5-1 IN

PRIIvE BAPTIST
little Union: LiR/Ij.trh RJ "',
litlni h634-'5
Salem Primitie:
/4*I ir a lha nh RJ 'i nemi


CAHOLIUC
SL (lemeni: n110 \ t,,'.,,'r i
"52 .i 5/

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. lilderRd9t3 %V Iti/,tr J 2-/
Cork: or-rk: Ri:d '52-15)1
Laura Sr 13/t I l/um >i "52-2 i'
Springhead: ligsRJ "id -5/' 1

CHRISTIAN (Disciples 01 Christi
Fir-t 21/it lhruMtoa.,a Rd "5i2. n5

CHRISilAN DEPENDENT
(ornerstone Christian: ,ti'lid,, Rdi


CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 121/4 f' Lira Si

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn)
Dover t-hoWIng i 6.59 .XsI
Plant Cin: 213.tfludth- Rd '52-4-i91
Turkey Creek t- rkia- Crn RJd
x SR' &. "k'3 -. ) I.
Thonotos sma
/I(0.." iafka Rd !%r 1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indianal
Kingsway Firat 2SAt Asnsan a V..
Sefner 65" "t51l
First Gjrdon and Bakr v

Gospel Tabernade : len 6 H. nne St

EPISCOPAL
SL. Peter's 301/A CanG', Y.
"52 .l

HOUNESS
Delierance Tabernade
'A I 6(ranlt if
Relfuge Church ol Our Lord:
-,S' if aidit

DEPENDENT
Full Gospel labernade:
dll Innr-nd,. A ',Rd 4-d 3
Resoradon Assembl.y:
Ilk, 5 frers i
Elmngelists for Jesus Tabernade:
5f, 5"4 1[ oiloWir 6r9 (01


Calar) Chapel Plant Ciy):
liiA .\nt/ hh ,nm.4,'. _fVdii.rlO
Christian Growth Center
I I1II \ % 'mnon. "19 290
ERDE A A (ontd)
Coienant Bible Churth: it 1 Ifta Raker t.

Deeper Life Fellowship:
6'.t'/l. i R.t l /OfI'r 9 .Al
Reoiatl Outreach Center
. iV, Thair Rd -81.22i


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JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall. 3.02 A.' .arland .Ae.


LATTER-DAY SAEITS
Churbh ol.lesus Christ LS:
/,11i % i-irk RJd -52"iF

LUTHERAN
Hope (C MS: _01'/ Park Bihd. "52. 4. 22
Lord of Life El CA:
214 ttaU Like Rd. '52.06(

NAZARENE
Plant City Community Churdc of the
NazareneS 2I2 ithdAia. Ra.d -52. -Si.

NON-DENOMINTIONAL
Full GOspel Fellowship:

Full Gospel Tabernade:
.?/l1 ,imnaml, ~Rd i-34-j43
Greater Lote Christian Center:
1 09) % Frm/in "59.-sv'0
Impact Family Worship Center-
.Ite j at ijnerflernenari'
ic/.lal 65" '.914
Kainos International Church of florida:
902 1 Re/nfo it. 164-09
Grace Bible MinistLmes:
100M E ils 'boniib.iie. -'-5-A-4
Unity Christ Church:
19/11 Gonit S, 659-2d2l
louman' Praise and Worship Center.
S13 92L

ORTHODOX
Ho) Protection Orthodox Churth:
30) Mtfoor, lake RJ [m t'r. 659 0/1

PENTECOSTA
Greater Heights Family worship Center
301 C'lenit., Rd 5". -0il
I.sing Waters Foursquare Churdh:
(y'i 5 E'iet 59.0 K2.
New Hope worship Center
S.i? 11 li ri'er S. 75 6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUINESS
Doser .hloire s i lake' 6 i/it,r
Church Rd, 0:. 13ji/
Church of the Li'ing God:
Iin/i Tler t "i4..,t4 i

PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant Ciy:
I/i" (/hZirie Ginffin Ra i.) ?i
PRESBYTERIAN (Conrd)
First Presb)terian Plant City):
4t1 U RenU'ld ,Si. "52' -21/

SANC IFIED HOtESS
Walk nith God Ministry:
/1/1.1i SRA' i', tlotT (659-05il


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SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant (i): "y'. Vrun &.i lir


SEVENWY TIMES SEVEN
MBINSTRIES, IC
-S 'ingle .gain FeUllowship
& Evangelismi
.0A/I ivtilh iig liA RJ., .113--54322i

SOmIERIN METHODIST
First IQ? IT j. dn.in Rd 7-iA h

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914 i-llilhtna.Fint tRd Iainrk


UNITED MElTHODIST
Corkc I ir .am t11en Rd

Doier First l,.ar'e Ik. Rdl/
.ifAethbt i (i A t d 9.1i141/i
First Plant (ily: 10T 5 ''
54 .31/9
Grace: WI1/ E Lb(N 6593 78
Sunset Heights: Ifti/err '5.--il
Springhead: 2305 yia nan Rd
752.5.5 1
St Luke: &_ "9 i ra i 'r-6(5/
Tnonotoassa: A S Am Haiy at
tdoteK Dre W6-'135
rinit$ Plaul (it:
flu I Enghb it "-'.9316

WORD OF FHn
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant City:
/214 ,et ARenntlds it iuei
j2.-26J.


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Word Outl
Advertise in the
PLANT crl' COURIER
Church Directory
Call Goo iacklcwitu. at

813-865-4438







OFFERINGS
SYDNEY BAPTIST: Sydney
Baptist Church, 1510 Cre Road,
Dover, will celebrate its 99th
homecoming 10 a.m. Sept. 14.
There will be no Sunday school
that day. Mike Holland, former
pastor, will bring the message.
There will be special music and
dinner on the grounds. There's
no charge but bring a covered
dish. Call (813) 659-1559.

LORD OF LIFE: Lord of Life
Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City, has
Sunday services that include
contemporary worship at 8:30
a.m., Christian education/
Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and
traditional worship at 10:30
a.m. The church will resume its
weekly Wednesday Alive pro-
gram of a light meal and small
group studies Sept. 10. The
schedule will include fellowship
meal at 5:30 p.m. and small
group study and activities at 6


p.m. There is no cost although
donations will be accepted. Call
(813) 752-6064.

SPRINGHEAD BAPTIST: Spring-
head Baptist Church, 3106 S.
Wiggins Road, Plant City, will
have a turkey shoot from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 20 at 4618
Medulla Road, Plant City. There
will be prizes, gift certificates,
and a silent auction. Hot dogs,
drinks, chips and desserts will
be sold. All proceeds from the
day's events will go to the
Plant City Pregnancy Care
Center. Call (813) 752-4879.

SCHOOL OF MUSIC: The
School of Music and Arts at
First Baptist Church of Plant
City, 503 N. Palmer St., is en-
rolling students for its fall
semester. Private lessons will
be offered in piano, guitar,
strings, drums, voice, brass and
woodwinds.There are-group
classes for preschoolers. Call
(813) 750-4878.


CITADEL OF LIFE: Citadel of
Life Cathedral, 1202 S. Collins
St., Plant City, has services
that include life enrichment
class, 9:30 a.m. Sunday, morn-
ing worship, 11 a.m. Sunday
and Bible study, 7 p.m. Thurs-
day.

FAITH FAMILY OUTREACH:
Faith Family Outreach Church
of Plant City, 1214 W. Reynolds
St., Suite 2. Services are at 10
a.m. Sunday. Faith Family
Outreach Church provides
Bible-based teaching in an
atmosphere of love and accep-
tance. Call the Rev. Reggie
Rivers, at (813) 752-2639 or go
to www.ffocpc.com.
Send items at least a week before
desired publication date. Include
your name, address and telephone
number. Send to Offerings, The
Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St.,
Plant City FL 33563, e-mail to
dnicholson@tampatrib.com or fax to
(813) 865-4441.


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BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School 10 00 AM
Morning Worship 1I 00 A.M.
Evening Worship -6 00 PRM
Wednesday Adult & Youth Ministries
700 PM
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor


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303N E\ers Street
East ot C6ir Hall
813-.54-3519
Pastor Earl Smith
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Children Pror urr
5 0 ".30 pn,
Youth Program
4.30 "-30 pm
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Terri Porter, left, and Courtney Lewis distribute school supplies
during the Aug. 23 back-to-school event at Glory Temple.


Church Eases Sting


Of Back To School


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY Area schools
are back in session, but some
of the sting was taken out of
the return to homework and
tests by a family fun day spon-
sored by a local church.
Youth Pastor James Lewis Jr.
of Glory Temple First Born
Church of the Living God, 1301
E. Church St., played a big part
in promoting the Aug. 23 back-


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went well except for a couple
of rainstorms that made us
move inside a few times.
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er, written by Pulitzer Prize-
winning writer Anne Hull,
largely focused on the reigning
queen, Kristen Smith, and her
court.
In her story, headlined "The
Strawberry Girls," the Plant
City native, shared some per-
sonal memories of the area
and the way it has changed.
Here are some of the online
comments:

YOU GO, PLANT CITY!
Posted by acuratl96

Hometown American girls.
Good for them. Better role
models than the Lilos, Paris
Hiltons and Britneys. Plant
City and the girls' families
should be proud. You all did
well.
Posted by harpman

Congratulations, girls!


TBO.com photo by KEVIN BRADY
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Maid Shaunie Surrency, Amanda Sparkman and Jaclyn Raulerson are featured in a New Yorker story.


Thanks for making us proud
and keeping up the tradition.
Anyone that has anything to
say negative ... just doesn't get
it. This is what hometown and


Southern living is all about!
Posted by ohnoudidnt

Good going, Plant City.


Posted by picogator

I love Plant City. No matter
where I live, Plant City will


always be home.
Posted by ginabina

I've known several of these
girls since they were young
and have known many Straw-
berry Girls over the years. Lots
of fine young women. Most
have grown up to be active in
their communities and
churches and schools. Detrac-
tors generally don't know any-
thing about them.
Posted by guitarteacher

Finally a positive article on-
line about our young people in
the Tampa Bay area. These
girls are sweet girls that just
happen to have their heads on
straight. Plant City has more of
them, too.
Posted by Bristol

Thank you, ladies, for your
hard work and for re-
presenting Florida in the Old
South tradition. They don't call
us Southern Belle's for nothing .
Life will always be better in
Plant City!
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Tattoo Shop Celebrates
Four Years
Four years after he was
turned down by city officials to
open a tattoo shop, Marc Dra-
ven is celebrating being in
business just outside their
reaches.
His business, appropriately
called City Limits Tattoos, 4415
W. U.S. 92, will have a celebra-
tion from 2 to 10 p.m. Sept. 12.
He'll offer prizes; discounts for
military, police and firefight-
ers; and celebrity autographs
starting about 5 p.m.
Draven was first in the news
when he tried in 2004 to open
a tattoo shop across the street
from the Florida Strawberry
Festival grounds. But he need-
ed the city to amend the zon-
ing law to allow such shops,
and commissioners declined.
For information about the
celebration, call Draven at
(813) 754-6646.
Dave Nicholson


400th Moe's Opens
In Plant City
Moe's Southwest Grill's
400th store opened Thursday
in Plant City at 2304 James L.
Redman Parkway, in the Wal-
den Woods Shopping Center.
The opening comes on the
heels of the reopening of Pub-
lix, the renovated shopping
center's anchor store.
Moe's bills itself as a health-
ful twist on Southwestern fare,
and the menu includes burri-
tos, tacos, fajitas, salads and
more.
Hours in Plant City are 11
a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a
week.
The store's phone number is
(813) 704-4833.
The Plant City Moe's is the
eighth location for local own-
ers Ken Franklin and Tony
Friel.
The Atlanta-based Moe's
was founded in 2000, and
there are outlets in 34 states
and Canada. The corporate


Web site is at www.moes.com.
Dave Nicholson

First Baptist To Thank
Public Safety Workers
Public safety employees, in-
cluding police officers and fire-
fighters, and their families, will
be treated to a free dinner at
6:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at First Bap-
tist Church of Plant City.
Members of the First Baptist
Brotherhood have been hon-
oring public safety workers for
a number of years. The guest
speaker is Plant City Fire Res-
cue Chief George Shiley.
The meal includes roast
beef, mashed potatoes, green
beans, salad and dessert.
Members of the public can
attend for $5 per person.
The meal will be served in
the fellowship hall of the
church at 503 N. Palmer St.
For information, call Bernie
Caton at (813) 754-2637 or the
church office at (813) 752-4104.
Dave Nicholson


City's Newest Hotel
Picks General Manager
The city's newest hotel has a
general manager.
The Shaner Hotel Group an-
nounced last week that Cindy
Robinson has been selected
for the post at its Marriott
Fairfield Inn & Suites at Coun-
ty Line Road and Interstate 4.
The hotel is scheduled to open
in January.
Robinson has a background
in hospitality sales and man-
agement, including most re-
cently as general manager for
the Springhill Suites by Mar-
riott in Tampa.
"Cindy Robinson brings an
ideal combination of out-
standing hospitality opera-
tions skills and entrepreneurial
spirit," said Robert Spraker,
corporate director of sales and
marketing for the State Col-
lege, Pa.-based Shaner.
The 87-room, 44,000-
square-foot Fairfield Inn and-


Suites by Marriott will include
a spa and outdoor pool. Other
hotels under development by
Shaner include a 98-room
Courtyard and 82-room Fair-
field Inn & Suites by Marriott
in St. Augustine; a 97-room
Courtyard and 108-room Resi-
dence Inn by Marriott in Ken-
dall Town in the Jacksonville
area; and 87-room and 80-
room Fairfield Inns & Suites in
Augusta, Ga.
Dave Nicholson



CRIMETRACKER
ONLINE THIS WEEK
Early deadlines, due to the
Labor Day holiday, prevent us
from running the Crimetracker
neighborhood crime listings in
today's edition of The Plant City
Courier & Tribune. The Cri-
metracker listings can be found
online at plantcity.tbo.com.
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the condemned home at Pen-
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a home at 906 W. McLendon
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class and participants should
bring their own mat. Call (813)
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Monday

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vice's Master Gardeners will
present a program entitled
called 'Herbs A-Z' at 7 p.m.
Monday at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 W. McLendon St.,
Plant City..


offer food, shelter and coun-
seling for women in need.
The building was con-
demned by the city as unfit for
human habitation July 25 and
electrical service was discon-
nected Aug. 12.
A private well on the proper-
ty was made unusable when
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Orchid Society will present its
46th annual show, Orchid Re-
flections, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sept. 27 and from noon to 5
p.m. Sept. 28 at the Lake Mirror
Center, 121 S. Lake Ave., Lake-
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orchids arranged in displays
designed by orchid societies and
nurserymen from all around
Central Florida. Experienced
orchid growers will give lectures
on orchid culture, and members
will be available to repot over-
grown orchids at the repotting
table. There will be vendors
selling orchids, orchid-growing
supplies and other orchid-
themed gifts. This event is


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The Aug. 18 fire started
about 9:30 a.m. By the time
firefighters arrived on the
scene, the home was filled
with flames.
It is not known what caused
the fire.

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



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Call (813) 659-8400.
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Magic Kingdom's Main Street
parade, said the Everidges'
daughter, Sharon Everidge.
Sharon, age 10 at the time,
was among the many Plant
City dancers who performed
in the Disney procession.
"That was a big deal," Shar-
on Everidge said. "They
brought buses to Plant City
and loaded us up, and we


practiced for the grand open-
ing. We have some home
movies of that. We thought
we were pure stardom."
Sharon, who joined the
family business full time in
1984 after earning fine arts
degrees from Florida State
University, and the University
of South Florida, said former
students who turned profes-
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Bus.ch Gardens, Disney
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one who last year was in the
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who taught at Plant City Chil-
dren's Theatre for two years
before leaving to pursue his
acting career, is expected to
attend the tribute, Sharon
Everidge said. His credits in-
clude the Daddy Warbucks
role in the 30th anniversary
tours of "Annie," filling in for
an ailing Conrad John
Schuck.

Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433 or
gwilkens@tampatrib.com.


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PLANT CITY A consumer
savings seminar will be held
from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday
at the 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center,
605 N. Collins St.
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Willis.
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in Dover, graduated from Arm-
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from Erwin Technical Center's
nursing program in March.
She works at the University of
South Florida in Tampa.
The prospective groom, who
lives in Umatilla, is the son of
Randall and Laurie Willis of
Moultrie, Ga. He is a graduate
of Abraham Baldwin Agricul-
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and Brannen Howard Willis of
Umatilla plan to be married at
First Baptist Church of Dover.

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This Is A Time Of Pain'


A minister tells
mourners "we may
never know why"
tragedy happened.
By GEORGE IH. NEWMAN
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The minister
who preached Thursday's fu-
neral for Larry C. "Clay" Rim-
mer II said "we may never
know why" he allegedly shot
and killed his wife before kill-
ing himself, but he called on
mourners to find strength
through God.
"This is a time of pain. We
don't .understand why things
like this happen," said the Rev.


HEATHER RIMMER

Continued From Page 6

families who came to pay their
respects and lend support to
the approximate 45 members
of.Heather Rimmer's family.
A photographic slide show
featured pictures of her from
her birth June 5, 1971, to a
week before her death, where
she posed with her daughters
as they readied for the first day


LARRY C. "CLAY"
RIMMER II

BORN: July 16, 1968. in Barber
ton. Ohio
DIED: Aug. 2?. 200S, in Lakel.Tnd
OCCUPATION: Operate-d a
la'.jr' m,-r,!.:e
SURV)VOR.: rAother. Diane
Griffin- "rtner. Larr. Clayton
Rimmer: daughters. Paige and
Jord,.. n; and brother, Paul
Kevin Rimmer


Eric Rimmer, who is Clay's
cousin and a Baptist minister.
"We must trust in God. Re-
gardless of the circumstances,
the goodness of God shines


of school.
"These have been days of
shock, anger, disbelief and
sadness. And the biggest ques-
tion for all of us is why,"
Dennis said. "All that is left to
us is hope. And God's great
promises of comfort, hope and
peace."
Dennis recalled how Heath-
er Rimmer taught and touched
many lives.
Amanda Lowe, a niece to
Heather, spoke during the ser-
vice.
"It breaks my heart that you


through. God's plans for us are
for good and not for evil."
About 150 mourners attend-
ed services at Hopewell Funer-
al Home near Plant City.
Polk County sheriffs detec-
tives say Rimmer, 40, shot and
killed his 37-year-old wife,
Heather Lynn Rimmer, and
then turned the gun on him-
self.
Rimmer attended Plant City
High School in the mid-1980s,
but there's no record that he
graduated. He was mostly self-
employed during his working
career. Most recently he oper-
ated a lawn service.
Rimmer was affiliated with
See CLAY RIMMER, Page 26 i-


are not here with us today,"
Lowe said. "You lit up the
room whenever you walked in.
I don't know how we can get
through this tragic time with-
out you."
Addressing Rimmer's two
young daughters, Lowe said, "I
want life to go on for you. I
want you to have reason and
hope. I want you to believe
your mother will always be
with you and that you can
carry on your days with hope
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jockey helped dravx families
and children to the church.
Free paper, pens, pencils, book
bags and other school supplies
were distributed.
"This event is not major,"
Lewis said. "But we believe it
* will grow into something we
can do as a church to help
support the youth of our com-
munity in obtaining a good
education."
About 45 people took ad-
vantage of the food and drink,
said Lewis'- father, who is
church pastor.
James Jr.'s wife, Courtney
Lewis, said leftover school sup-
plies would be given to needy
children during the school
year.
Weather presented a bit of a
problem during the event,
James Lewis Jr. said.
"The rain drove the disc
jockey inside to protect his
equipment right about noon,"
he said. "Then the sun came
out, and we moved everything
back outside when the rains
came again."
The DJ packed up his stuff
and left, but James Lewis III,
the 16-month-old son of the


Sixteen-month-old James Lewis
III entertains church member
Latoria Davenport and others
playing the drums at the event.

youth minister, took up the
slack in entertainment by try-
ing his hand at a drum set
inside the church.
"He's actually pretty good at
it," his father said. "It won't be
long before he's playing in the
church band."
Glory Temple First Born
Church of the Living God was
founded in 1948 by the late
Bishop D.W. Shingles. The
Pentecostal church is part of a
group based in Waycross, Ga.,
established in 1913.

Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451 or
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in your heart."
Paige Rimmer, 12, who took
a turn at the microphone with
her 7-year-old sister, Jordyn,
spoke of their mother.
"You were our role model,
like no one else could be,"
Paige Rimmer said. "I believe
that everything happens for a
reason. It was time for this to
happen. I will always think of
you.
"For all of you here, remem-
ber this. Good things happen
to bad people. And bad things
happen to good people."
Many friends, colleagues
and other relatives spoke brief-
ly during the service. One of
the comments was echoed by
Dennis as he closed the ser-
vice.
"Life is-a vapor. We have no
promises of a tomorrow,"
Dennis said. "Heather is doing
in death what she could not do
in life. God did not cause this
event to happen. But she is
with God in heaven now. Let
us all find peace in that."
According to Polk County
records, sheriffs deputies re-
ceived a 911 call at approxi-
mately 7:50 a.m. regarding
shots fired at the Rimmer
home at 5892 Highridge Loop.
After deputies arrived, they
found that Clay Rimmer had
shot and killed his wife and
then shot himself to. death,
authorities said.
Heather Rimmer filed for an
injunction for protection
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RIMMER

BORN: June 5, 1971, in Lake-
land
DIED: Aug. 23, 2008. in Lakeland
OCCUPATION: Teacher at
South McKeel Elementary
Academy
SURVIVORS: She is survived by
her daughters. Paige Lauren
Rimmer and Jordyn Elizabeth
Rimmer; mother. Bonnie G.
Roebuck, and stepfather,
Robert Roebuck, of Lakeland:
sister. Amy Louise Lowe, of
Lakeland; maternal grand-
mother, Louise V. Gibbs, of
Lakeland; uncles Charlie G.
Gibbs and his wife, Susan, of
Lakeland, and Cameron G.
Gibbs and his wife. Lori, of
Jacksonville; and a niece.
nephews and cousins. Rimmer
was predeceased by her
maternal grandfather, Charlie
G. Gibbs, and brother. James R.
Hatley Jr.

the sheriffs office said, but it
was dropped Aug. 20 at her
request.
"On Aug. 7, our office took a
statement from Heather Rim-
mer regarding an act of vio-
lence that took place outside
our jurisdiction. A judge found
enough evidence to warrant an
injunction against her hus-
band, Larry Rimmer. Heather
rescinded the injunction
through the court on Aug. 20,"
Polk sheriffs spokesman Scott
Wilder said.
Heather Rimmer and their
daughters, who had been liv-
ing elsewhere for a time,
moved back into the Highridge
Loop home on Aug. 20.
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change without notice. These listings
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Hillsborough

PLANT CITY

PLANT CITY PREMIERE CINEMA 8 (813)
719-7600
Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 5, 7:15, 9:30 p.m.
College (R) 4:25, 6:55, 9:05 p.m.
Death Race (R) 4:50, 7:30, 9:55 p.m.
Disaster Movie (PG-13) 4:40, 7:10, 9:25 p.m.
The House Bunny (PG-13) 4:15, 6:45, 9:15 p.m.
The Longshots (PG) 4:10, 6, 7:55 p.m.
The Rocker (PG-13) 9:45 p.m.
Traitor (PG-13) 4:45, 7:25, 10 p.m.
Tropic Thunder (R) 4:30, 7:05, 9:35 p.m.'

BRANDON

REGENCY 20 (813) 243-4955
Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 2:10, 5:40, 8:05,10:15 p.m.
College (R) 2:15, 5:10, 735, 9:55 p.m.
The Dark Knight (PG-13) 1:35, 5, 8:30 p.m.
Death Race (R) 1:45, 2:35, 430, 5:25, 7:15, 8:15, 10
p.m.
Disaster Movie (PG-13) 2:15, 5:45, 8:05,10:20 p.m.
Hamlet 2 (R) 145, 5:20, 7:55,10:20 p.m.
The House Bunny (PG-13) 2:25, 5:45, 8,10:20 p.m.
Journey to the Center of the Earth (PG) 2:05, 5:35,
7:55,10:15 p.m.
The Longshots (PG) 155, 5:15, 7:40,10:10 p.m.
Mamma Mia! (PG-13) L25, 4:20, 7:10, 9:45 p.m.
Mirrors (R) L55, 4:40, 7:20,10:05 p.m.
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (PG-13)
1:30, 4:15, 7:05, 9:50 p.m.
Pineapple Express (R) 1:50, 4:35, 7:35, 10:10 p.m.
The Rocker (PG-13) 2, 7:20 p.m.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (PG-13) "
120, 4:10, 7:10, 9:55 p.m.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 3:05, 5:30, 7:50,
10:05 p.m.
Step Brothers (R) 4:45, 9:50 p.m.
Traitor (PG-13) 125, 4:25, 7:25,10:15 p.m.
Tropic Thunder (R) 140, 4:20, 7, 7:30, 9:30,10
p.m.
WALL-E (G) 2:45, 5:05 p.m.

RUSKIN

RUSKIN DRIVE IN (813) 645-1455
Call the theater for movie times.
Babylon A.D. (PG-13)
Hellboy II: The Golden Army (PG-13)


Pasco


DADE CITY

JOY-LAN DRIVE-IN (352) 567-5085
Death Race (R) 10:30 p.m.
The Incredible Hulk (PG-13) 8:25 p.m.

ZEPHYRHILLS

ZEPHYRI-HIILLS CINEMA 10 (813)
782-2222
Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
College (R) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
Death Race (R) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Disaster Movie (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.
The House Bunny (PG-13) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45
p.m.
The Longshots (PG) 2,4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Mamma Mia! (PG-13) 4:30, 9:30 p.m.
The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor (PG-13)
2,7 p.m.
The Rocker (PG-13) 4:30, 9:30 p.m.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 2, 7 p.m.
Traitor (PG-13) 2, 4:30, 7, 9:30 p.m.
Tropic Thinder (R) 2:15, 4:45, 7:15, 9:45 p.m.

Polk

LAKELAND

LAKELAND SQUARE 10 (863) 853-3622


Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 10:45 a.m., 1:40, 4:35, 7:10,
9:45 p.m.
College (R) 10:25 a.m., L20, 4:40, 7:30, 10 p.m.
The Dark Knight (PG-13) 12:40, 4, 7:15,10:30 p.m.
Death Race (R) 10:40 a.m., 1:30, 4:30, 7:05, 9:50
p.m.
Disaster Movie (PG-13) 10:20 a.m., 150, 4:45, 7:25,
9:55 p.m.
The House Bunny (PG-13) 1030 a.m., L25, 4:25,
7:20, 9:40 p.m.
The Longshots (PG) 10:50 a.m., 155, 4:50, 7:45,
10:10 p.m.
Mirrors (R) 135, 7:35,10:15 p.m.
The Rocker (PG-13) 4:10 p.m.
Traitor (PG-13) 10:55 a.m., 1:45, 4:20, 7:40, 10:20
p.m.
Tropic Thunder (R) 10:35 a.m., 115, 4:15, 7,10:05
p.m."

PALM CINEMA III MUGS AND MOVIES
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Iron Man (PG-13) 7:05, 9:40 p.m.

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682-0849
Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 8:30 p.m.
The Rocker (PG-13) 10:15 p.m.
Speed Racer (PG) 8:20 p.m.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (PG) 10:50 p.m.

LAKESIDE VILLAGE 18 (863) 937-0555
Babylon A.D. (PG-13) 1:10, 3:20, 5:40, 8, 10:10 p.m.
College (R) 12:50, 3:10, 5:30, 7:50,10:15 p.m.


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p.m.
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"The children were at home
when the shooting occurred,"
Wilder said.
Heather's mother and step-
father, Bonnie and Bob Roe-
buck, have taken custody of
Paige and Jordyn. Wilder
wouldn't say if they saw the
shooting, but their grand-
mother said they did.
Bonnie Roebuck said Heath-
er's husband was very control-
ling and threatened to harm
her daughter. "We pleaded
with her to stay away. But she
wanted her children to be with
their father. She was a coura-
geous woman."
After rescinding the re-


CLAY RIMMER

Continued From Page 19

youth soccer in Lakeland and
was an avid runner, as was his
deceased wife. Rimmer was
buried with a soccer ball
signed by some of the players
he formerly coached.
Clay and Heather Rimmer
married in the early 1990s.
Prior to the service, several
members of Heather Rimmer's


straining order and returning
to their house, Heather quickly
saw that she could no longer
stay with him, Bonnie Roe-
buck said.
"The last time I saw Heath-
er, we hugged, thank God, and
Heather told me she would be
all right. She said she wasn't
afraid of him anymore."
Bonnie Roebuck said on the
morning of the shooting,
"Heather told him it was over,
and she and the kids were
leaving for good."
Clay Rimmer went to a back
room, loaded a gun and shot
Heather in the chest, she said.
"Heather told the girls to
run, but they stood there in
shock as he shot Heather in
the head and then himself. The
girls ran out the back door and
climbed the fence, to get away
and find someone to help


side of the family went to the
front of the hall and embraced
Clay Rimmer's closest kin.
Tears were shed and sobbing
words exchanged.
"I'm so sorry," Clay's father,
Larry Clayton Rimmer, told
Heather's stepfather, Bob Roe-
buck, as they embraced near
the casket. "I didn't think he
would kill her."
"It's not your fault," Roe-
buck said. "You couldn't help
it. You didn't know."
A photo slide show during
the funeral pictured Clay Rim-


them," Bonnie Roebuck said.
Clay Rimmer needed help
and was offered counseling,
Bob Roebuck said, but "he
refused to get it."
Heather Rimmer was buried
at Lakeland Memorial Gar-
dens.
Her grandmother, Louise
Gibbs, a former manager of
the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val, said Heather, whose maid-
en name was Hatley, received
a degree in elementary educa-
tion from the University of
South Florida. She worked at
Valleyview Elementary in
Lakeland for seven years. For
the past three years, she was a
teacher at South McKeel Acad-
emy, also in Lakeland.

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


mer as an infant; through his
youth, when he played Little
League baseball in Plant City;
in his high school days; and
with his daughters during their
infancy and other times in
their youth.
One photo showed Clay and
Heather and their daughters
Paige, 12, and Jordyn, 7, to-
gether at a family outing.
Rimmer, pastor at a South-
ern Baptist church in South
Carolina, opened the service
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By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY The cross-
town high school football ri-
valry resumes Friday, with
Plant City and Durant opening
their regular seasons against
each other for a fourth straight
year.
Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. at
Durant. The Cougars won the
first two season-opening
games against the Raiders, in
2005 and 2006, but last year
Plant City edged Durant 14-13.
New Raider head coach Ja-
son Strunk has only been
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derstands the emphasis on this
game.
"I am learning that it is an
intense rivalry," Strunk said.
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Hopefully all the players from
both sides get to play in front
of a huge crowd ... they de-
serve a large audience."
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it's always an exciting game.
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Adding to the intrigue is the
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head coaches at Durant, in-
cluding the most recent one,
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sidelines as an assistant.
Strunk took Kelley's place after
Kelley resigned for personal
reasons following last season.
The other former Raider
coach, Todd Long, is an ad-
ministrator for Durant.
Strunk said Long has helped
him ease into the community.
"He has been terrific to me
since I arrived. I really appreci-
ate the time Todd spent talking
with me," Strunk said. "No
matter the outcome, I hope at
the end of the game, those
coaches [who have switched
schools] get a chance to talk to
the players they coached pre-
viously. The players here have
a tremendous amount of re-
spect for their former coach-
es."
Strunk said the Raiders have
been coming together "pretty
nicely" as far as picking up his
new schemes.

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


Durant

Finally To

Get Field

House

Construction is
expected to begin
in February.
By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune
PLANT CITY When Mike
Gottman took over as head
football coach at Durant
High School, among the
first things he realized was
the need fora proper build-
ing to house the squad.
Five years later, he's get-
ting his wish.
"We started raising mon-
ey in February 2004, and
now it's looking like we
might start building this
thing in February of 2009,"
Gottman said. "Yep, it's
been a bit of a long process.
Lotta barbecues, lotta golf
scrambles."
Last week Gottman said
the school has finally put
together enough money to
start construction of the
field house. It will take more
than $230,000 to be able to
build the facility, not in-
cluding $50,000 from the
Hillsborough County
School Board.
Up to now the football
team has had to use the
weight room that is utilized
by physical education clas-
ses and has had only the
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Baseball

O AGES 18-UP: The Stan Musial Wood
u Bat League is conducting registra-
" tions for players 18 and older who
S are competing in college or are
i- interested in doing so. Call Mike
Z Wrenn at (813) 340-8106 or Richard
. Neitz at (813) 546-6557.
COLLEGIATE: The Florida West
* Coast Collegiate Baseball League is
o seeking individual players and
teams. Call (727) 347-1108 or visit
m ballcharts.com/collegiatebaseball.

I Basketball

(n MEN: Hillsborough County Parks,
> Recreation and Conservation is
o conducting league registrations.
W Contact Aileen Henderson at (813)
Z 239-4637 or hendersonav@hillsbor-
J oughcounty.org.

E Coaching


CHEERLEADING: A new football and
cheerleading organization for ages
4-15 needs coaches. Call (813)
326-7877.
FOOTBALL A new spring travel
team for ages 13-16 is accepting
applications for a head coach. Con-
tact Andre Bankston at (813) 333-
8709 or aajfl@hotmail.com or visit
aafl.com.
TAMPA PREP: Coaching vacancies
are available for baseball, basketball,
cross country, diving, rowing, soft-
ball and track. Contact Carol Chalu
at cchalu@tampaprep.org.
VOLLEYBALL: Club Storm needs
experienced youth coaches. Call
Vicky Page at (813) 767-9557 or the
Bob Sierra Family YMCA at (813)
962-3220.

Football

SIX-/EIGHT-MAN: The Gridiron
Football League is conducting regis-
trations for tackle leagues. Contact
Andre Bankston at (813) 333-8709
or info@gridironfootball.org or visit
gridironfootball.org.
MINOR LEAGUE: The Tampa Bay
Comets will conduct tryouts Satur-
day. Call Vince Noble at (727) 776-
6371 or Rex Sano at (813) 404-3591.

Golf

GULFPORT: The Marty Lyons Foun-
dation will host a tournament Oct. 13
at the Pasadena Yacht and Country
Club. Contact James Vigue at (727)
563-1500 or mlf_florida@marty-
lyonsfoundation.org.
LUTZ' The Hillsborough County
Medical Association Foundation will
host a charity scramble Oct. 30 at
the Tournament Players Club of
Tampa Bay. Call Elke Johnston or
Julie Frissell at (813) 253-0471.
TAMPA: The Northdale Ladies Golf
Association is accepting member-
ships. Call Rosann Plautz at (813)
969-3251.
TAMPA: The Tampa General Hospital
Foundation will host a charity tour-
nament Oct. 27 at Old Memorial Golf
Club. The registration deadline is
Sept. 15. Call Lynn Fluharty at (813)
844-7273.

Miscellaneous


CHEER/DANCE: Qualified judges are
needed for competitions. Visit


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FITNESS: CrossFit Victory Boot
Camp conducts strength and
conditioning programs. Call (813)
401-2234 or visit crossfitvictory-
.com.
FITNESS: RhinoGenix Urban Boot
Camp features martial arts-based
workouts. Call (727) 410-4727 or
visit rhinogenix.com.
FLAG FOOTBALL A limited-con-
tact league for men is seeking
teams. Call (813) 996-3668 or
e-mail tampabayflagfootball@veri-
zon.net.
FLAG FOOTBALL: Teams are being
organized for a league. Call (813)
789-2202 or visit brandonflag-
football.com.
FUTSAL: Indoor 5v5 men's and
coed programs are available.
Contact Mike Connell at (813)
948-5500 or mike@sportsand-
field.net.
MULTISPORT: Tampa Sports &
Social Club is conducting registra-
tions for men's and coed leagues
in a variety of sports. Call (727)
793-7529 or visit playtampa.com.
ROLLER HOCKEY: Skateplex is
conducting registrations. Call Karl
Wolf or Linda Pena at (813) 989-
2100.

Officiating

FOOTBALL Tampa Bay Area
Sports Officials, Inc. is seeking
new and experienced officials to
work youth flag and tackle games.
Contact Gary Stanley at (813)
989-9387 or e-mail goldenwings-
57@yahoo.com.
FOOTBALL The West Central
Officials Association is seeking
new and experienced officials to
work middle and high school
games. Contact Gary Stanley at
(813) 989-9387 or e-mail golden-
wings57@yahoo.com.
MULTISPORT: The Florida Associa-
tion of Sports Officials is seeking
new and experienced officials for
a variety of sports. Contact Andre
Bankston at (813) 333-8709 or
info@fasoofficials.com or visit
fasoofficials.com.
SOFTBALL The Plant City Recre-
ation & Parks Department is hiring
new and experienced umpires 18
and older for adult leagues. Con-
tact Larry Langston at (813) 659-
4200, ext. 4302, or llangston@
plantcitygov.com.

Softball

AGES 49-74: The St. Petersburg
Half Century Softball Club is
conducting modified fastpitch
tryouts. Call Al McNamee at (727)
481-1050 or Joe Hannah at (727)
420-8102.
AGES 60-UP: The Brandon Senior
Softball Association needs players
for noncompetitive games. Call
Lou McKenna at (813) 988-9416
or Orrie Ritter at (813) 654-2940.
ALL AGES: The Plant City Recre-
ation and Parks Department will
conduct registrations for a variety
of leagues through Sept. 12. Con-
tact Larry Langston at (813) 659-
4200, ext. 4302, or llangston@
plantcitygov.com.

Send announcements at least
two weeks in advance via
e-mail
(sports@tampatrib.com), fax
(813) 259-8148 or mail to
The Tampa Tribune Sports
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Parnell Wins National MVP Award


By NICHOLAS .E. MURRAY
The Tampa Tribune
Playing for former major-
leaguer Chet Lemon's Orlan-
do-based under-12 baseball
team, Tampa's Jordan Parnell
earned MVP honors at the
inaugural National Youth
Baseball Championship after
recording a 2-0 record and a
3.75 ERA and hitting .545 (6-
for-11) with five RBIs and five
runs scored during the week-
long tournament in Memphis,
Tenn.
Parnell had a pair of dou-
bles and three RBIs in the
Juice's 12-1 win against South-
eastern Lexington in the final,
but his biggest moment of the
tournament came the night
before. With the Juice trailing,
Parnell threw four innings of
one-hit ball as the Juice came
back to beat the Norwalk
(Calif.) Stingrays 5-4.
Lemon said Parnell's per-
formance was something he
had come to expect from the
youngster.
"He just shut it down,"
Lemon said. "Once we scored
and tied it up, he gave us a
chance to win it. He went out
and threw the ball extremely
well and held them down, but
we expected nothing less from
Jordan. He's always done a
fantastic job for us."
The tournament brought
together the champions from
eight different youth baseball
organizations, with the Juice
representing the AAU after
winning that national champi-
onship late in July in Rich-
mond, Va. Parnell played a
key role in that victory, as did
teammate Noah Dyals, who is
also from Tampa.
"He did a fantastic job at
nationals," Lemon said. "He
threw in the semi and the
championship game for a
couple of innings. Both him
and Noah did a fantastic job."
Lemon thinks Parnell's
success on the mound and at
the plate comes in part be-
cause of his natural strength,
but his competitiveness is
what sets him apart from
other players his age. Lemon
adds that if he continues to
develop as he gets older, Par-
nell could be a very talented
player.
"There are some kids you
can see they have compet-
itiveness and want the base-
ball when-it means the most,


YOUTH ROUNDUP for the Bolts.
Kiernan says he hopes the
Bolts will provide a stepping-
and that's the kind of young- stone Benner and others who
ster he is," Lemon said. "He have left the area to pursue
wants to pitch in the big hockey didn't have in the past,
game, he wants to be out and move people on to the
there when the game is on the next level of college and pro
line, and with his size and his hockey.
strength and the ability to "We've seen a lot of kids in
throw the ball like he throws it recent years come out of Flori-
... if he keeps developing, he's da who are talented hockey
going to continue to do it." players," Kiernan said. "And
once they become a very tal-
nBolts oach Excited ented high school or travel
DOS player, they need somewhere
For Inaugural Season else to go.
"I think a lot of the players
Both of the Tampa Bay are seeing that to be a com-
Bolts junior hockey teams petitive player, you don't have
took to the ice for the first to leave the state. You can still
time in Rockledge on Sunday, stay in the state of Florida and
in a scrimmage against the play the same teams that
Space Coast Hurricanes ahead teams from Massachusetts
of their inaugural seasons in and the Boston area would
junior B and C level hockey. play, too."
Coach Don Kiernan said he Those who have come with
was feeling optimistic about only travel and high school
both teams' chances for suc- hockey as previous experience
cess. The junior B team will also have had a bit of a culture
play in the new South Division shock since the Bolts' training
of the Metropolitan Junior camp opened in early August.
Hockey League, with the ju- With a higher level of compe-
nior C team competing in the tuition has come a higher level
Southeast Junior Hockey of preparation.
League. The MJHL season "We've got four or five play-
starts Sept. 13, with the Bolts ers on the team that are still in
traveling to face the Palm high school," Kieman said.
Beach Predators. "That's a big step for a local
"We're ready to go," Kier- player coming out of a Florida
nan said. "Our guys are pretty high school or playing out of a
excited, and we're excited to travel team to take the step
start the season off here." towards a junior B program,
When the junior program which is one of the highest
was announced, General amateur-level programs, so
Manager Neal Nachman said they've really had a good time
he was looking to make both and it kind of opened up their
teams a mix of talent from eyes to see the game at a high-
Canada and more traditional er pace, a little bit more phys-
hockey areas and players from ical players."
the Bay area. Looking at the With the preparation the
Bolts' roster, that has been team has put in, and the tal-
accomplished, with local play- ent they feel they have on the
ers like Chance Letson and ice, Kiernan is hopeful the
Barnie Skobis, who played in team can hit the ground run-
the Hillsborough County High ning.
School League last season, "I think with the players
being paired with others like we've got and the support
Casey Kelso from Wisconsin staff we have, I think we're
and Trevor Wight from Michi- going to be looking pretty
gan. good this year," Kiernan said.
Another name on the roster "The players have been work-
also should be familiar to ing hard, and we're ready to
those who have followed go."
youth hockey in the Bay area.
Defenseman Leif Benner, a Keyword" Youth Sports
native of Valrico who last year for more news and
went to Massachusetts and notes.
played for the Salem Ice Dogs Nicholas I.E. Murray can be
in the Empire Junior Hockey reached at (813) 259-8243 or
League, has come back to play nmurray@tampatrib.com.


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Raiders Invited To Nationals


By DAREK SHARP
The Tampa Tribune -
PLANT CITY Nearly 90
teams came from around the
state, but only four left with a
trip out of Florida in their
future travel plans.
The Plant City Tennis Cen-
ter Raiders were one of them.
At the 27th annual U.S. Ten-
nis Association Florida Junior
Team Tennis Summer Section,
Tournament, Plant City won
an invitation to the national
tournament in Mobile, Ala.
The Raiders train at the
Plant City Tennis Center under
director Shane Johnson. The
team is made up of Arielle
Rollyson, Jessica Barnes, Va-
leishia Kendrick, Stephan Cre-
ary, Kyle Madill and Dustin
Hinson.
Plant City, which played for
the 18 Intermediate Champi-
onship, defeated the Pem-
broke Lakes Top Guns in the
finals match. Last year at the


FIELD HOUSE

Continued From Page 27

bare basics as far as a locker
room.
The field house will be a
6,000-square-foot building
with two locker rooms, one at
each end, and a massive 3,600-
square-foot weight room.
"It's just going to be a huge
benefit. It's hard' to explain
how much better this will


Plant City Tennis Center
The Plant City Tennis Center Raiders team is headed to the Junior
Team Tennis National Tournament in Mobile, Ala., in October.
Team members are from left, Stephan Creary, Kyle Madill, Jessica
Barnes, coach Shane Johnson, Valeishia Kendrick, Arielle Rollyson
and Dustin Hinson.


sectional tourney, the Top
Guns defeated Plant City in the
finals.
In all, 88 teams, encompass-
ing 700 players from around
the state, took part in the
section tournament, hosted by
the Polk County Tennis Asso-
ciation at four different sites in
Lakeland. Matches were held
Aug. 1 to 3. Teams competed in
levels ranging from beginner
to advanced and in different


make things," Gottman said.
"With the small weight room
we've had, our weightlifting
program has suffered. It has
always been an issue."
Gottman credited assistant
coach Scott Vamum for help-
ing to raise the money by
getting a large number of do-
nors in tune with the project.
It looks like the building, if
all goes as planned, will take
four months to build and be
ready near the end of the
school year.


divisions, for players ages 10 to
18.
Winners and finalists at the
intermediate and advanced
levels received trophies, but
the big prizes were the four
invites to nationals.
The national tournament
will take place in October.
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
trib.com.


Not only will the football
team use the field house, but
also in the winter, both the
boys and girls soccer teams
will move in. For the spring, it
will house the track squads.
The field house will be just
west of the football stadium,
where the team conducts its
practices. The school is off
Turkey Creek Road.
Reporter Darek Sharp can be
reached at dsharp@tampa
trib.com.


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By DAREK SHARP
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PLANT CITY As the new
head volleyball coach at Plant
City High, Kerri-Ann Grosso is
hoping to bring her sport into
more prominence at the
school. Part of reaching that
goal, Grosso thinks, will in-
clude incorporating her way of
doing things.
Good thing for Grosso that
her top assistant is pretty well
in tune with that way.
Grosso, 29, will have her
younger sister, Kristin; as
coach of the junior varsity
squad. Both are teachers at
Plant City High.
"After getting the job, I told
the, administration that I knew
someone pretty well who
could 'take the JV position,"
Kerri-Ann Grosso said. "To
have her coaching here with
me is awesome."
The Grosso sisters are back
together for the first time in a
while. Kerri-Ann has been an
assistant at James Madison
University in Harrisonburg,
Va., for the past five years
while Kristin, 26, has been in
the administration at Florida
State University for three
years.


Kristin's presence in Florida
is the main reason Kerri-Arin
ended up at Plant City.
Kerri-Ann, who prior to
James Madison spent two
years in graduate school at
Texas A&M, where she assisted
on the volleyball team, wanted
to do more than just coach.
"I love volleyball and it's a
big part of my life, but it was
driving my life and I decided I
wanted to teach," she said.
"My sister was in Florida,
which is a great place to live,
maybe for my folks to retire,
and so basically, I drove to
Florida from Virginia."
After visiting her sister in
Tallahassee, Kerri-Ann Grosso
traveled to Tampa, where her
friend Mike Flynn is the coach
at Tampa Prep. He helped her
get set up with the Plant City
job.
It's fairly apparent that
Grosso will stress defense to
the Raiders. She was a college
standout at the College of Wil-
liam and Mary in Williams-
burg, Va. From 1998 through
2000, she was named the Co-
lonial Athletic Association's
defensive specialist of the year.
And as a coach at James
Madison, Grosso worked
closely with Jena Pierson, who
became the school's first-ever
Colonial Athletic Association's
defensive specialist of the year
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with a prayer to "an all power-
ful,' all knowing, ever-present
God. I pray you would give us
peace. Thank you for the op-
portunity to know you."
"We may never know why
this happened," Rimmer said.
"But we trust you can over-
come our grief and give us the
strength to find peace in our
hearts."
Clay Rimmer became a
Christian at age 12 when he
walked the aisle at Pinecrest
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and was named one of the top
five defensive players in the
country.
As a player, Grosso cap-
tained William and Mary her
final two seasons there. Kristin
was a tremendous tennis play-
er at State University of New
York-Cortland.
The sisters are originally
from Long Island, N.Y. Gross6
was a two-time all-state ath-
lete at Deer Park High School
for both volleyball and tennis.
"I'm very competitive, very


"I don't care what the news-
papers and TV news say. The
holy infallible word of God
makes no distinction from one
sin to another," he said. "Yes,
this was tragic. But when God
sees Clay, he ,sees .a sinner
saved by grace. Clay cannot
come back. But we know he is
with his heavenly father.
Thank you, God, for having a
grip that cannot be. broken.
Your grip is tighter than any
evil or any sin.
"I pray that Clay is wrapped
in your loving arms. And allow
us to claim the hope that is
ours."

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


driven," said Kerri-Ann of her
approach to coaching. "This
first year, obviously I want to
win. But mainly we want to
establish a volleyball environ-
ment at Plant City. We want
girls to want to play volleyball
and be ready to do the work."
Plant City's season began
Tuesday with a match at Arm-
wood and continues with the
home opener Thursday
against Newsome. The JV team
is schedihed to play at 6:15
p.m. with the varsity to follow
at 7:30 p.m.

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


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cent heat& air fncd 4 Fenced in back ard in Tampa, r 3K mi, Sa Cont, Super cabin GPS, head,gai- cond, 1385 miles $9,500. 1-6101535 24/7
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house, loaded, upgraded, spectacular lake & golf pets, references 2 roof AC's, Gener, well c 11 O O
community poolRent or course views. Scrnd 50 75 dep Maint. 40,40 mi DON'S BOATG S es r S H ut ing ur to$500for
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very new 05 home, schools. 813-323-5026 $139 weekly $23k 450 81374649 Boat Sls toraen. 13-285-2745, 285-2747 1300 65
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scrnd lanai. Lawn srv 968-7720/813-966-9920. 13-626-2302 7274096282 lower floor ith 200 AND UP
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rent. 2r/ba+bonu rm 813-966-3224 ,Used Travel Trailer kee Ltd 6 cyl, very
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rm din rm, recent- proof Windows 55+Ag 352-585-0613. Used & Rebuilt 90 days tires; garg well maint
ly painted & new park wSmall % under 5 www.ronkinghomes.com yrs werr. M $2 0 7 ,804-6507 Studebaker 1933 Street
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pool home. Rent No Pets No Smoking. SPECIAL"-BOOK NOW! Patrick 863-214-150 in your ands running Electraglide Classic, ime for a new car?
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00 Clearwater town- Owner resides within Offers Hotels as low as WANTED WAVE RUNNER dependable pickup 24/7 ed, air horns harley a
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culdesac, sec sys shad gated MI park w/ dock Creek Country Club qualitywork! Also buy torcycleike New o PaiNting or odeing
eod yd. Comm pool/Rec & boat lift, 55+ comm. Franklin, NC. Furnished Boats. $2400. FIRM Need a tor or piano
ctr. $1300/mo. Last/sec $1250/mo 813-245-2151 w/kitchen 1 & 2 BR nto Rob- 813-610-7887- 24/7 813-763-2404 lessons? Turn to At
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Loaded,6 spd, CD, sunf
roof, 124k miles, runs
good, $6,900
813-961-5456
ACURA 2006 TL w/Nav,
black ext/grey int, pre-
mium sound 31k mi,
exc cond, $23,900 obo.
813-854-1137
AUDI 2003 A4 3.0- dark
blue, tan leather int.,
loaded, dealer maint.
very clean, 60k mi,
S12,500 727-481-5049
BMW 2003 330i sedan
bik/blk, prem& sport
pkg, auto, upgraded
wheels, 54K miles load
ed $13, 200813.946.2234
BMW 2006 330 ci, 2dr,
45K, gray, blk int, prem
pkg, sportpkg, non-
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$26,800 727-37-5060
BMW 2007 328 COUPE
37K MILES BLACK/
BROWN LEATHER 3.0L
V6 SUNROOF ALLOYS
ABS 30MPG HIGHWAY
$27,900 (727)388-6724
BUICK 1993 CENTURY,
4dr, auto, 71,957 miles,
air, cruise control, tilt,
PW, PS, PD, am/fm ra-
dio w/cassette player,
runs great, good ride,
$1700. 813-684-8711
CADILLAC 2002 Seville
49K miles, excellent
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$92,50.813-943-1545.

CHEVY 1997 Cavalier Z24
Adult driven, cold AC,
30mg, 2.4 eng 5 spd,
136Kmi.$1995 obo
813-323-0532
CHEVY 2001 Cavalier, 2
dr, low miles, new a/c,
5 sp, rear spoiler, very
nice, must sell, $3150
863-944-8300
CHEVY 2002 Corvette
24,000 miles, triple
black, excellent condi-
tion. $35,000 firm. 813-
902-1148, 813-784-5487.
CHRYSLER 1994 NY-
silver/gray $800 OBO
813-752-9131
CORVETTE 1978 25th
Anniv, 80% restored w/
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looks, all invoices,
$12,500. 813-385-1673
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Astro start remote
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655-1618

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champagne, fully
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report for review, Lexus
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priced for exc. cond.
$9,000 obo. Must see to
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LEXUS 2002 SC430 Dark
Green, Saddle Int, Perf.
Cond. Chrome Whis,
New Tires 62K, $24,700
813-601-9488
LEXUS 2006 GX470 13K
mi 1 owner black, like
new. Loaded! Nav/
DVD. $38,500 negotiable
813-842-6052
LINCOLN 2004 Town Car
23X mi, Loaded, BLK,
$19,955 (612)600-0399
MAZDA-6 2004 5dr
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1 Owner 28mpg
727-344-7610
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4dr, sports model.
100mi, loaded, V8
w/5sp auto trans exc
cond, $20K 863-385-6408
VW 1999 Beetle, red, 2.05
sp, 98K mi, save on gas,
$6,000
352-583-2563/
813-508-2712
VW 1999 GTI 2 dr HB 85K
5 spd ABS 2.0L $5300
black, very well kept!
AM/FM/CASS/6 CD-ailr
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VW 2000 Passat GLX
V-6 4 dr. Loaded 5spd
leather, moonroof, CD
Full power new tires.
$4999 813-641-1505
VW 2007 Jetta Factory
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Auto, Sat radio, Alloys
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$18499obo 813-503-4375
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