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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: October 29, 2008
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WEDNESDAY,OCTOBER 29, 2008


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Page 14

Durant To Help
Injured Girl
Durant High athletes
are holding a
fundraiser today to
help a 4-year-old
critically injured in a
wreck.
Page 17

Coffee Kiosk Opens
Students and faculty
at HCC don't have to
leave campus for their
morn ing coffee.
Page 18

On A Roll
The Plant City
Dolphins Flyweights
clinch a division title
in the West Coast
Youth Football
Con ference.
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Of Heritage, Fun, Chocolate


PLANT CITY Lynda Rogers
Fuller and her book, "Pioneers
of the Hopewell Community,"
will be just one of the high-
lights at the East Hillsborough
Historical Society's annual
Pioneer Heritage Day at the
1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St.
The community center,
home to the Quintilla Geer
Bruton Archives, Pioneer Her-
itage Museum and photogra-
pher Gladys Jeffcoat's camera
collection, will host also the
Arts Council Fun Festival and
Plant City Entertainment's
Chocolate Festival at the same
time.
The events are from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Nov. 8.
Volunteers Pat and Doresa
Young are in charge of the
day's Trash & Treasures Sale
and will be accepting dona-
tions at the community center
from 1 to 5 p.m. through Nov.
7, except for Sunday and
Monday. Donations of books,
tools, rugs, toys, electronics,
handbags and more are wel-
come, but shoes or clothes


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
won't be collected.

Air Force Promotes
Plant City High Grad
PLANT CITY David Rob-
ertson, son of Gene and Shir-
ley Robertson of Dovei, was
recently promoted to the rank
of lieutenant colonel in the
U.S. Air Force.
Robertson serves as an air
battle manager onboard an
E-3 Sentry aircraft stationed at
Tinker Air Force Base in Okla-
homa City. He is deployed to
the Caribbean island of Cura-
cao in support of counterdrug
operations.
He is a 1988 graduate of


Plant City High School and a
1992 graduate of the Universi-
ty of Florida.

Visit Dinosaur
World For Free
PLANT CITY Dinosaur
World will offer free admis-
sion and treats for costume-
wearing children 3 to 12 if
accompanied by an adult
paying admission from 8:30
a-m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday.
"We're about family fun,"
said theme park spokeswom-
an Nichole Randall.
Saturday and Sunday,
grandparents are invited to
bring their grandchildren 12
and younger, who will receive
free admission when their
grandparents buy a ticket.
The theme park is at 5145
Harvey Tew Road, Plant City,
just off Interstate 4 at Branch
Forbes Road.

Want To Be A
Queen Candidate?
PLANT CITY Chuck Harris
See BETTY BRIGGS, Page 4 I'


Photos by BETTY BRIGGS
Photographer Gladys Jeffcoat, left, and author Lynda Fuller will
attend the annual Pioneer Heritage Day on Nov. 8.


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Doresa Young will
operate the Trash &
Treasures Sale at
East Hillsborough
Historical Society's
Pioneer Heritage
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of the Plant City Lions Club
wants to spread the word to
young women 16 to 20 that
there is a mandatory Florida
Strawberry Festival queen
pageant orientation meeting
at 2 p.m. Sunday at the expo
building on the festival
grounds.
Thirty-five applicants, plus
five alternates, will be chosen
on a first-come basis. A parent
or guardian must accompany
the applicant to this meeting
at the festival grounds, 2202
W. Reynolds St.
The Lions Club sponsors
the pageant.

Donations Sought
For Troops, Food Bank
PLANT CITY Debbie Sieben-
that of The UPS Store said her
shop at 117 W. Alexander St. is
a collection site for two wor-
thy projects, Project Yuletide,
the annual drive to support
troops overseas, and United
Food Bank in Plant City.
Three platoons will receive
goodies for Christmas. Snack
foods that don't melt or crush,


Photo from Veronica Prostko
Local residents attending the MacDonald Training Center's All That Glitters event included Veronica
Prostko, left, and Karen Olson, right, joined by Tommy Zoffinger and Roberta Prostko.


toiletries and books are the
most requested items. A drop-
off box will be set up at the
store until Nov. 12.
There also will be a collec-
tion box for United Food Bank
for basic items, such as non-
perishable foods, to help
needy families in the Plant
City area.
The store is also holding a
fundraising drawing for a Wii-
Sport to be given away Nov.
17. Tickets for the drawing, on
sale until Nov. 15, are $1 each


or six or $5, and all money
goes to United Food Bank.

Plant City Represented
At Tampa Charity Event
PLANT CITY -Two local
residents attended the Mac-
Donald Training Center's 11th
annual All That Glitters Wine
. Tasting and Silent Auction
recently at the Pepin Center in
Tampa.
They were Veronica Prostko,
director of external affairs at


the training center's James
Ranch off Cork Road in Plant
City, and Karen Olson. Prostko
was accompanied by Tommy
Zoffinger of Dunedin and
Roberta Prostko of Longwood.
The fundraiser raised more
than $40,000 for educational
and training services for
adults with disabilities.


Florida Baptist Hospital senior
60-and-older league will hold
its games at the Randy L. Lar-
son Softball Four-Plex, 1700 S.
Park Road, next to Plant City
Stadium, from November
through April.
The league includes teams
from Mulberry, Zephyrhills,
Lakeland, Brandon and Plant
City. The league will hold its
first practice at 9 a.m. Nov. 7.
Anyone interested in play-
ing should call John Wolfe at
(813) 754-8649 or Ken Annalo-
va at (813) 717-7789.


Choir Needs
Voices, Musicians
PLANT CITY If you like to
sing or play an instrument, Joe
Mendolia, who is organizing
the Plant City Community
Choir, needs you.
The choir has openings for
sopranos, altos, tenors and
bass. Also needed are mu-
sicians who play guitar, piano,
flute, drums, harps and other
instruments.
Call Mendolia at (813) 263-
4091 if you are interested.


Batter Up Soon Mai items to Betty Briggs at The
r r Lea-ue Tampa Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler
For Senior League St., Plant City FL 33563; or fax to
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Thursday


Bluegrass And Java
A bluegrass jam session will
be at 7 p.m. at Espress Your-
self Coffee 101, 101 E. J. Arden
Mays Blvd., Plant City. There
is no admission charge.
Call (813) 659-0101.

Friday


Spooktacular Tunes
Jeff Tyzik conducts a night
of fun, fantasy and fright
when The Florida Orchestra
presents its "Musical Spook-
tacular" at 8 p.m. in the Tam-
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Maclnnes Place, Tampa.
Enjoy pop favorites, film
music and other trick-or-
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Tickets start at $31; call
(813) 229-7827.

Saturday


It's Bike Fest Time
Motorcycles and motorcy-
cle lovers are expected to fill
downtown Plant City from 5
to 9 p.m. for the monthly Bike
Fest. The motorcycle event is
held in the vicinity of Union
Station Welcome Center, 102
N. Palmer St.
The event features live mu-
sic, vendors, and the roar of
motorcycles old and new. Call
(813) 754-3707.

Fairground Throwdown
Tampa Bay's Real Fighting
Championships will present a
Mixed Marital Arts Throw-
down at the Charles M. Davis
Special Events Center at the
Florida State Fairgrounds,
4800 U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
The first fight begins at 7:30
p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
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our fill of seafood, music and more at the annual Ruskin Seafood Festival. There's something
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cluding a bout featuring Carl
Greco against Danny "Bad-
boy" Badcock. Tickets are $25
for general-admission, $40 to
$60 for VIP seating and $500
to $1,000 for VIP tables of
eight, depending on location.
Parking is $5 per car and $10
for RVs and buses. Visitors are
asked to use the U.S. 301 en-
trance.
For information or to make
table reservations, call Denise
Oldham at (813) 964-9818. For
event details, go to
www.rfcmma.com.


Florida Orchestra conductor
Jeff Tyzik will set the mood for
the "Musical Spooktacular."

Sunday


Celebrating 78
Never Fade Bluegrass Gos-
pel Band will be among the
events featured as Mount Zion


Assembly of God, 3005 Thono-
tosassa Road, Plant City, cele-
brates its 78th anniversary and
homecoming at 10 a.m. Sun-
day.
Dinner follows the service.
Call (813) 752-1614.

Take The Next Step
L .eam a step o two from 3 .
to 6 p.m. at USA Dance's
monthly social at Stardust
Dance Center, 1405 S. Collins
St., Plant City.
The dance includes light
refreshments and entertain-
ment by Mike and Peg John-
ston.
The cost is $6 for USA
Dance members and $8 for
noninembers. Call Terri Lynn
at (863) 255-8344 for informa-
tion.

The Right Stuff
The reunited New Kids on
the Block make an appear-
ance at the St. Pete Times

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Foundation rallies in Plant
City in support of troops.


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McDonald Shooting
Police say the gun At the time of his arrest,
Kalhne was free on $2,000 bail
was sold to posted after an Oct. 3 arrest on
17 charges: three counts of
Thomas GrieCO. grand theft, two of them in-
By GEORGE WILKENS volving stolen firearms; six
gwilkens@tampatrib.com counts of burglary of an un-
PLANT CITY The .44-caliber occupied vehicle; three counts
Magnum revolver that fired of dealing in stolen property;
the shot that killed Brooke three counts of petty theft; and
McDonald was stolen from a two counts of giving false in-
truck about two weeks before formation on pawnbroker
the 17-year-old died, author- forms.
ities said. McDonald was at an Oct. 4
Brett Tyler Kahne, 20, of 1011 party at Grieco's apartment,
Fairwinds Circle, No. 105, Plant 115 W.J. Arden Mays Blvd., No.
City, was arrested on charges 3, when she was shot in the
he stole the pistol and a gun head. She died at the scene.
safe Sept. 22 from a 2004 Ford Grieco told police that he
truck parked in the 2600 block thought the gun was unloaded
of Bridle Drive. Police said when he brought it out at the
Kahne sold the gun for $150 to party. Police said the shooting
Thomas Andrew Grieco, 20,'. was the result of horseplay
who has been charged with with the pistol.
manslaughter in McDonald's Officers were told Grieco re-
death. trieved the gun from his closet,
Police arrested Kahne on removed some of the cartridg-
Oct. 21 at his home on three es and put them on a bed, but
felonies related to the theft: overlooked at least one. Grieco
armed burglary, grand theft of. was released from jail Oct. 6
a firearm and dealing in stolen after posting $100,000 bail.
property. Kahne was being
held without bail last week at Reporter George Wilkens can be
the Orient Road Jail. reached at (813) 865-4433.


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Gift Boxes Prepared
For American Troops
A volunteer group called
Plant City Homefront Support
has organized to prepare and
send gift boxes to U.S. troops
in Iraq and Afghanistan.
They have set a mail dead-
line for Nov. 11 to beat the
seasonal crush at post offices
around the world.
Donna Briggs and her family
are working with Sharon Flow-
ers and Jennifer Yates to con-
tinue an ongoing effort to sup-
port American soldiers over-
seas.
"Our group includes six de-
ployed military families," said
Briggs at a meeting held at her
house last week. "We are
looking for goods and dona-
tions to help support us in this
effort."
The group is soliciting local
business and individuals to
help it prepare hundreds of gift
boxes before the Nov. 11 dead-
line.
Local businesses such as
Quality Furniture Consign-
ment, Papa John's Pizza, Twis-
tee Treat, the Health Hut, Cuz-
zins Bar, Jackie's Dance


Tribune photo by George H. Newman
Members of Plant City Homefront Support, a group that is collecting items to send to soldiers serv-
ing overseas, meet at the home of Donna Briggs. From left are Teresa Short, Jennifer Yates, Lorena
McDavid, Theresa Szemple, Gerri Flowers, Briggs, Faye Hall, Sharon Flowers and Mary Vannier.


Theatre and Gym and Mango
Cleaners are drop-off points
for donations and contribu-
tions, Briggs said.
Members of Plant City En-
tertainment and the University
of South Florida staff have
joined in the effort, she said.
Churches such as First As-
sembly of God and Faith As-
sembly of God are also help-


ing.
The group is looking for
contributions of packaged
snacks, spices, instant drink
powder, hard candy, granola
bars, breakfast bars, vitamins,
blankets, socks, T-shirts and
underwear. They also could
use boxes, wrapping material
and stamps.
For information, call Flow-


ers at (813) 766-3092 or Briggs
at (813) 752-7457.
George H. Newman

Antioch Festival
To Recall Pioneer Days
Antioch Days, the annual
celebration of community
spirit and tribute to Florida
pioneers, will be held Saturday


on the campus of 150-year-old
East Thonotosassa Baptist
Church.
Activities will include a pa-
rade, hayrides, steam-powered
tractor rides, raft rides and
exhibits of antique vehicles
and farm machinery.
Crafters will have works for
sale during the daylong event.
Open to the public, the day's
events begin with a 10 a.m.
parade that will line up on
Charro Lane and travel west
on Knights-Griffin Road to the
church campus at the intersec-
tion with McIntosh Road, a
distance of about one mile.
All the rides are free, and the
only cost is a minimal charge
for food, Pastor James Brady
said.
"There's no food item over
$3," he said.
The menu of pioneer fare
will include barbecued ribs,
sandwiches, ice cream, kettle
corn and boiled peanuts.
"This is our third year for the
community event," Brady said.
The second half of Antioch
Days is Sunday with a church
homecoming that includes
dinner on the grounds and
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musical entertainment. It is a
day when former pastors and
former members attend, Brady
said.
The church was founded by
nine pioneers who met in 1854
in a schoolhouse near Antioch
Cemetery. Since the 1920s, the
church has been at its present
site, 12735 Knights-Griffin
Road.
For information, call the
church: (813) 986-4346.
George Wilkens

Former Board Member
Receives $1600 Fine
The Plant City Code En-
forcement Board has levied a
$1,600 fine against former city
board member Fran Neilsen
for a violation at her Gilchrist
Heights property.
Neilsen did not attend the
Oct. 14 meeting at which the
board issued the fine.
At its July 8 meeting, the
board found her 1101 N. Knight
St. home in violation of city
code, with inspectors citing
weather-damaged eaves. Neil-
sen did not attend that meet-
ing but was ordered to make
repairs within 10 days or incur
a fine of $100 daily. The prop-
erty was brought into compli-
ance Aug. 5, according to city
records.
The condition of the vacant
concrete-block house became
an issue earlier this year when
a dozen neighbors posted
signs in their yards urging the
property be repaired or con-
demned.
For months, a blue plastic
tarp covered the roof; the
swimming pool held several
feet of stagnant water. The


pool was drained in late May
and soon after, the roof was
replaced.
Neilsen is a former member
of the city planning board and
an organizer of the annual
Christmas parade.
George Wilkens

Jazz Event To Raise
Money For Housing
Jazzing Up Plant City, a
fundraiser for the Plant City
Community Development
Corp., will be held Nov. 8 at
Keel & Curley Winery, 5208
Thonotosassa Road, Plant City.
In addition to an evening of
music, the event will include
food, a silent auction, wine
tasting and a winery tour.
Hours are 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.;
the cost is $50 per person.
Those planning to attend are
asked to RSVP by calling (813)
986-4441.
The nonprofit corporation
dedicated to providing afford-
able housing to area families
was founded five years ago by
five area churches: Allen Cha-
pel A.M.E., Bethel Baptist, God
Is Love Ministries, St. Mark
Missionary Baptist and Mount
Olive Baptist.
The fundraiser first held
three years ago in a private
home moved to the winery last
year, said Simone Barefield,
who, along with another Plant
City resident, Bonnie Carr,
helps organize the annual
fundraiser.
"It was very nice and very
well-received," Barefield said
of last year's event. "People
danced and enjoyed the mu-
sic; it was great."
Music will be by the On Cue
Players, a local group that per-
forms regularly throughout the
area, including at the Hip Hop
Soda Shop and Clearwater Jazz
Festival, she said.
The Plant City Community


Development Corp. acquires
building lots through dona-
tions from individuals or city
government. To hold down
costs, each adult member of
the future household donates
300 hours of labor. Mortgages
average $75,000.
Since last year's event, the
corporation has built six
homes in the Laura Street area,
and the owners will be among
those attending the event,
Barefield said.
George Wilkens

Signs Of The Times:
Campaign Vandalism
Vandals apparently fired up
about the approaching elec-
tion are preying upon the tra-
ditional Republican strong-
hold of Walden Lake, residents
and authorities report.
Marian Riter said she and
several neighbors in The Ham-
mocks awoke Oct. 18 to find
some thief in the night
grabbed their yard signs ad-
vertising the presidential cam-
paign of U.S. Sen. John
McCain.
"It was kind of maddening,
because the [Barack] Obama
signs" were left standing, al-
though there are few in her
neighborhood, said Riter, an
Iowa native and lifelong Re-
publican.
Like others victimized by the
nighttime sign stealer, Riter's
daughter Janice, a staunch
McCain supporter, obtained a
replacement at Plant City's Re-
publican Party headquarters.
"I opened the office Monday-
and probably the first 10 or 12
people who came in were just
furious," said Judy Wise of
Plant City, one of many volun-
teers at the local GOP head-
quarters.
She said all .were Walden
Lake residents seeking re-
placements for signs that dis-


appeared over the weekend.
"Passionate volunteers" im-
mediately began assembling
more yard signs, Wise said.
"It's like a little beehive in
here."
The office at 106 E. Drane St.
also has McCain/Palin T-
shirts, bumper stickers, pins,
plastic bracelets and more,
plus literature and items for
Republicans in other races on
Tuesday's ballot.
Plant City police Capt. Dar-
rell Wilson confirmed the
agency received a complaint
Oct. 19 about sign thefts on
Hammock Drive.
"One person called us, but
he said several neighbors had
their McCain signs stolen,
too," Wilson said.
George Wilkens

New Mom Ronda Storms
Returns To Work
State Sen. Ronda Storms, 43,
is doing well and back at work
after a stint away from the job
giving birth and nurturing her
new baby boy.
Talk that Storms might step
down from her post in Talla-
hassee could not be further
from the truth, she said.
"I have received phone calls
and e-mails from friends and
supporters who are hearing all
kinds of wild talk about me
stepping down. None of it is
true," she said. "My term isn't
up until 2010, and I have a lot
of work to do for the people in
my district."
Gideon Storms -was born
Aug. 29, and weighed 8
pounds, 10 ounces, and was 19
inches long.
Storms said two weeks ago
that she is breast-feeding the
child, who has gained five
pounds and grown six inches
since his birth.
"Isn't God amazing," the
Valrico Republican said when


discussing the new arrival.
"The whole family is blessed
and excited."
Mother and baby weren't
released from Tampa General
Hospital until Sept. 5.
"Everything went well. I
needed a little rest following
the birth, but I was glad to get
home. What a great joy to
nurse and nurture my two
children."
Storms' daughter, Roxanne,
9, "is doing a wonderful job as
a big sister," Storms said.
The senator's husband, Da-
vid Storms, 45, continues to
recuperate from the heart sur-
gery he had last year. An irreg-
ular heartbeat that allowed
clots to form in his heart was
treated during the procedure.
He is expected to receive a
pacemaker later this year.
"David has made it through
some tough times," Storms
said. "His condition was very
serious, but things are looking
much better now."
Storms said she took some
time away but recently attend-
ed a Wounded Warriors pro-
gram, honoring wounded vet-
erans from Iraq and Afghani-
stan at an event held in Sun
City Center.
She also met with Hillsbor-
ough County Sheriff David Gee
to discuss immigration and
crimes committed in the coun-
ty by illegal aliens.
"The legislators will meet in
early November to plan our
reorganization for the 2009
..session." Storms said. "I'll be
thert doing my part." '
George H. Newman

Photo Archives
To Salute Veterans
"Salute to Veterans," an an-
nual Plant City Photo Archives
tribute, will be unveiled at a
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Looking Out For Others


Five local
residents
who offer
help to
migrant
families earn
recognition
from the
state.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Eastern Hills-
borough County migrant
education advocates last
week received recognition
from the state for their endeav-
ors.
Three migrant education
employees, a volunteer health
professional and a recent high
school graduate, all living or
working in eastern Hillsbor-
ough, were recognized Oct. 22
at the Florida Department of
Education Migrant Conference
in Naples.
Jeff Akins, the director of
federal programs for-the Hills,
borough school system, said
he's delighted with the state
honors. #
"The staff in eastern Hills-
borough County is finally get-
ting their just deserts and re-
warded for all the hard work
they have done year after
year," he said.
The winners include Title 1
migrant supervisor Carmen
Sorondo, who was named
Florida Migrant Administrator
of the Year; Cork Elementary
School migrant aide Olga Gar-
za, 2008 Migrant Home School
Liaison of the Year; data entry
clerk Tracie Shelley-Goff, Mi-
grant Support Services Person
of the Year; and Sister Sara K.
Proctor, a Catholic nun and
volunteer who serves on a mi-
grant parent advisory commit-
tee and is Migrant Health Pro-
fessional of the Year. Recent
Durant High graduate Daniel
Guillen was awarded the Frank
Campano Scholarship.
The awards were presented
during a four-day conference
where school districts from
throughout the state discussed
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Tracie Shelley-Goff, left, and Carmen Sorondo review paperwork to get needy school children free
lunches. Shelley-Goff serves as Sorondo's assistant at the Migrant Education Service Center.


Because of her attention to detail,
reliability and compassionate heart,
I believe Tracie Shelley-Goff was an
excellent choice as the Migrant
Support Person of the Year"
CARMEN SORONDO
Title 1 migrant supervisor


"By her example, Carmen [Soron-
do] brings the best to those
around her. It is not surprising
that those she has led are also
award winners in the field."
JEFF AKINS
Director of federal programs for the
Hillsborough school system


migrant families.
Here are some of the ac-
complishments of the county
award winners:
Sorondo has served as a
teacher and administrator in
the Hillsborough school dis-
trict since 1976. She supervised
the English for Speakers of
Other Languages program for
nearly 15 years, until 2003.
After providing leadership that
helped limited-English profi-
cient students outperform
comparable school districts on
FCAT reading, writing and
math, Sorondo accepted the
new challenge of managing
the Title 1 Migrant Education
Program. Her responsibilities
include coordinating outreach
to migrant students and their
families to help them gain ac-
cess to adequate education,
health care, nutrition and so-
cial services. She is director of
the school district's Migrant
Service Center in Plant City.
"By her example, Carmen
brings the best to those around
her," Akins said. "It is not
surprising that those she has
led are also award winners in
the field. With her guidance
and example, it is natural that
over time the cream rises to
the top."
Garza is a bilingual teacher
for all the grades at Cork Ele-
mentary School. Garza grew
up a migrant student, traveling
with her family to work in the
fields of Florida, Ohio, Michi-
gan and Indiana. After her first
husband died in 1983, she
learned English and enrolled
at Gary Adult Education Cen-
ter, where she earned her GED.
She has worked with migrant
students in the Plant City area
since 1988 through community
programs and her church. She
has worked as a volunteer
teacher's aide and now is a
full-time employee at Cork El-
ementary.
Sorondo supported Garza's
nomination as the 2008 Mi-
grant Home School Liaison of
the Year. She said that Garza
dedicated the past 10 years of
her life to serving, educating
and working as an advocate for
the migrant population.
"Olga is proud of her job and
dedicated to helping students,
whether they be home-
schooled or in the school sys-



























Hillsborough Community College student Daniel Guillen plans to graduate and
attend the University of South Florida to pursue an engineering degree.


Teacher's aide Olga Garza works with first-graders Alyne Segura and Kevin Avalos
at Cork Elementary. Garza is a bilingual teacher for all the grades at Cork.


"My parents gave me
the gift of education.
They are allowing me
to succeed in my life
and I am eternally
grateful"
DANIEL GUILLEN
Durant High graduate who
received the Frank Campano
Scholarship

tem, succeed," Sorondo said.
She works with the children
and families by organizing
groups of children from school
and in church to perform at
different festivals and events in
the Plant City area. Olga teach-
es groups of students to love,
respect and be proud of their
heritage."
Shelley-Goff is Sorondo's
assistant at the Plant City Mi-
grant Service Center. She has
served Hillsborough County's
migrant students for 22 years,
Sorondo said. She worked as a
migrant aide and migrant ad-
vocate before her selection as
migrant education data entry
clerk. She was the district's
Support Employee of the Year
in 2000 and has contributed to
the migrant education pro-
gram through efforts such as
her development of ways to
help track students and their
families.
"Tracie has received numer-
ous rewards in recognition for
both her academic and volun-
tary support," Sorondo said.
"We are tremendously busy
in our office. I couldn't pos-
sibly keep up with all that is
demanded of me without Tra-
cie there to back me up and
keep me in line. Because of her
attention to detail, reliability
and compassionate heart, I be-


Sara K. Proctor visits migrant families in a mobile medical unit,
allowing students to shadow her and learn about the health field.

"While many are involved with education,
nutrition and housing, Sister Sara provides the
migrant families with tremendous support in all
phases of their lives, but especially health care."
JEFF AKINS
On Sister Sara K. Proctor's selection as Migrant Health
Professional of the Year


lieve Tracie Shelley-Goff was
an excellent choice as the Mi-
grant Support Person of the
Year."
Proctor, a nun, is a volun-


teer advocate for migrant
health care working out of the
San Jose Mission in Dover.
A spokeswoman for the
school district said Proctor has


"Olga is proud of her job and dedicated to
helping students, whether they be home-schooled
or in the school system, succeed.... Olga teaches
groups of students to love, respect and be proud
of their heritage."
CARMEN SORONDO
Supported Olga Garza' nomination as the
2008 Migrant Home School Liaison of the Year


provided health services to the
migrant community for many
years. She serves on the mi-
grant parent advisory commit-
tee and speaks to students in
Hillsborough schools. As she
visits migrant families in her
mobile medical unit, she al-
lows students to shadow her
and learn about the health
field, helping families over-
come the barriers to adequate
health care, education and so-
cial services.
"Sister Sara is a faithful vol-
unteer for the migrant work-
ers," Akins said. "She has a
passion to provide much-
needed health care to the chil-
dren and families in the mi-
grant community. While many
are involved with education,
nutrition and housing, Sister
Sara provides the migrant fam-
ilies with tremendous support
in all phases of their lives, but
especially health care."
At 18, Guillen was the
youngest of the award recipi-
ents from Hillsborough. He is a
2008 graduate of Durant High
who has worked alongside his
family in the fields of Florida
since he was 4. After his moth-
er became ill, he also took over
the household chores while
continuing to work in the
fields. Guillen carried a 4.59
grade point average in his se-
nior year at Durant while


mentoring a ninth-grade stu-
dent and volunteering for
church activities. He earned
three academic letters at Du-
rant and is using numerous
college scholarships, to, get his!
associate's degree at Hillsbor-'
ough Community College.
His parents, Melchor and
Margarita Guillen, and his old-
er brother, Fernando, worked
in the fields to earn enough
money to keep the family go-
ing. Fernando is now trained
as a construction electrician.
Guillen's mother is no longer
able to work in the fields be-
cause of a back injury. But the
family, including a younger
brother, David, 12, continues
to work on farms, picking
fruits and vegetables.
Guillen plans to graduate
from HCC and attend the Uni-
versity of South Florida to pur-
sue an engineering degree.
"My parents gave me the gift
of education," Guillen said.
"They are allowing me to suc-
ceed in my life, and I am
eternally grateful. I want to
share this gift with other stu-
dents in the area. I want them
to see how they can use their
education opportunities to es-
tablish a good life for them-
selves and their families."

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


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CRAFTS BAZAAR: Residents of
The Meadows of Countrywood,
723 E. Sam Allen Road, Plant
City, will have a craft bazaar
and sale in the community's
clubhouse from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday. Handmade items and
fresh baked goodies will be for
sale. Lunch will also be avail-
able.
BING HOUSE FUNDRAISER: The
East Hillsborough Art Guild and
Friends of the Bing House will
host an arts festival from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. Nov. 8 as a fund-
raiser for the restoration of the
former rooming house, 205 S.
Allen St., Plant City. The festival
will be on the lake at Samuel W.
Cooper Park at Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard and Lake
Street. Call (813) 759-2188.
FOOD BANK FUNDRAISER: A
yard sale to benefit United Food
Bank will be from 8 a.m. to 2
p.m. Nov. 15 at Ferman of Plant
City, 502 E. Park Road. There
will be live music and a moon-
walk for the children.
POETRY WORKSHOP: A poetry
workshop is set for 6:30 to 8:30
p.m. Nov. 19 at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 W. McLendon St.,
Plant City. The meeting will
include the craft of writing,
rediscovering the classics and
critiques (bring six copies of one
poem to share). Call (813) 757-
0212 or e-mail thellark@
hotmail.com.
December
HOLIDAY LUNCHEON BAZAAR:
The American Business Wom-


en's Association will have its
annual holiday luncheon bazaar
from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Dec. 1 at Carrabba's Italian Grill,
1205 Townsgate Court, off
Thonotosassa Road, Plant City.
Tickets for the buffet luncheon
are $15. Booths are available for
$25 if reserved by Nov. 15 or
$30 after. Call (813) 764-0259.
Ongoing
COMPUTER CLASSES: Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer the following computer
classes for adults: today, e-mail
messages; Nov. 5, e-mail, at-
tachments and address books;
Nov. 12, mouse skills; Nov. 19,
keyboarding basics; Dec. 3,
computer basics; Dec. 10, Win-
dows introduction; and Dec. 17,
Windows, control panel, files
and CDs. The classes are 11 a.m.
to noon; registration starts one
hour before each class at the
information desk. Limit 20 peo-
ple per class. Call (813) 757-
9215.
BELLY DANCING: Turquoise
Mediterranean Grill Restaurant
offers Turkish cabaret belly
dancing by the Troupe Bal Hepsi
Dance Ensemble from 7 to 9
p.m. Saturday. The restaurant
is at the Days Inn hotel at 301 S.
Frontage Road, Plant City. Call
(813) 659-8400.
SQUARE AND ROUND DANC-
ING: Strawberry Square Dance
Center, 4401 Boot Bay Road,
has all levels of square and
round dancing. Call (813) 752-
0491 or go to www.florida
danceweb.com/strawberry for
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Nov. 8 reception and open
house.
The event at the archives'
exhibit gallery, 119 N. Collins
St., is free and open to the
public, said Ed Vemer, presi-
dent of the nonprofit corpora-
tion supported by grants,
membership and donations.
The reception, from 9 to 11
a.m., will include coffee, juice
and pastries, plus live patriotic
piano music. The open house
will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The exhibit includes hun-
dreds of 8-by-10-inch photo-
graphs of veterans from Plant
City, Lakeland, Dover, Hope-
well and nearby communities.
Also on display will be 11 large
banners. bearing more than
200 images.
There will be a screening of
the award-winning film "Plant
City Goes to War," produced
by WUSF Broadcasting, plus a
special exhibit honoring the
late Philip "Pat" Patrinostro, a
World War II veteran featured
in the production.
Rare World War I drawings
produced by a special cadre of
Army artists will be on display
in a separate exhibit, said Gil
Gott, the photo archives' exec-
utive director.


Past events have drawn sev-
eral hundred visitors, includ-
ing many veterans and their
families, Gott said. The event
first held in 2005 focused on
the 60th year since the end of
World War II. Since then, the
collection has expanded to in-
clude photos of veterans of the
Civil War, World War I, Korea,
Vietnam, Iraq and Afghani-
stan.
Veterans who have not sub-
mitted their photographs are
encouraged to visit the ar-
chives office or call (813) 754-
1578. Photos are returned after
scanning.
George Wilkens

Christmas
In The Smokies
Shiloh Baptist Church has
room for 16 more to join a
group taking part in Christmas
in the Smokies, a weeklong trip
to Pigeon Forge Tenn., and
Asheville, N.C.
The group leaves on a char-
tered bus Nov. 30 and returns
Dec. 6, said Barry Foret, the
minister for senior adults at
the church.
The price for the trip is $755
per person, he said. The price
includes transportation, all
meals, tickets to 20 shows,
entrance passes to scheduled
events and lodging.
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Activities in Asheville will
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On the way there will be a
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Those interested should call
Foret at (813) 763-2203.
George H. Newman

Building Permit Activity
Similar To 2007
Building permit activity in
the city is running at about the
same pace as last year, the
latest city building permit fig-


ures show.
Through Sept. 30, builders
had pulled permits for a total
of $55.9 million in construc-
tion, compared with $55.7 mil-
lion in the first nine months of
2007.
Building permit activity is
considered an indicator of
economic health.
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PLANT CITY Excitement
filled the air and expectations
mounted as the crowd of
more than 200 people gath-
ered at Parkesdale Farm Mar-
ket awaiting the arrival of
Republican presidential nomi-
nee John McCain and his wife,
Cindy.
With cameras in hand, the
gathering crowd stood for
more than an hour under a
cloudy sky waiting to get a
look, a picture, a handshake
from the man they hope will
become the next president of
the United States.
Then it happened.
The thunder of a motorcade
rumble could be heard in the
distance as the flashing lights
of the police motorcycle es-
cort came into view on U.S.
92; four campaign buses came
to a halt at the market just
west of the Florida Strawberry
Festival grounds.
The sign on the side of one
bus read, "Straight Talk Ex-
press." It's the sort of slogan
you might expect from a poli-
tician. And sure enough, this
bus was carrying McCain.
McCain was met by market
owner Jim Meeks.
McCain, his wife and Gov.


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Charlie Crist were escorted by
a cadre of Secret Service
agents to the awaiting crowd,
and for good reason.
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Kennedy, the Rev. Martin
Luther King Jr. and U.S. Sen.
Robert Kennedy, fear of an
assassin has come to haunt
our political figures and the
American people. The neigh-
borhood surrounding Parkes-
dale Farm Market was locked
down, streets were closed and
cops were everywhere.
Secret Service agents shad-
owed McCain as he moved
about stiffly greeting support-
ers, his war injuries still evi-
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a group of small-business
people in a place in the mar-
ket called the "Garden of
Eatin"and ate some of the best
strawberry shortcake Plant
City has to offer.
As a tribute to McCain, the
Parke family presented him
with a treasured gift from
P'ant City: the first two pack-
ages of strawberries to come
out of its fields this season;
picked fresh that morning
from Parkesdale's hydroponic


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As McCain readied to board
his campaign bus, I couldn't
help but think about the late
Roy Parke patriarch of the
strawberry empire that in-
cludes the market and the
importance of redemption.
I'd better explain.
Roy Parke, who died in
June, could always be counted
on as a strong Republican
advocate. His daughter San-
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party and worked hard and
long and contributed much to
get many of its members
elected to public office.
According to family mem-
bers, Parke had rubbed shoul-
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George Bush and first lady
Barbara, President George W.
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and wife Evelyn.
Asked what Roy Parke
would have thought of Demo-
cratic candidate Sen. Barack
Obama and his Aug. 1 visit to
Parkesdale Farm Market, Syt-
sma said, "He would have
treated Obama with respect.
When Democratic presidential
candidate Jessie Jackson vis-
ited the strawberry festival
some years ago, Dad was his
host for the day. I can't think
of one topic those two might
have agreed on, but Dad was a
gracious host and made sure
he was treated well and had a
nice experience at the festival.
"But it was a long day for
Dad"
It wouldn't have been that
way with McCain.
"Dad would have been
thrilled today with Sen. John
McCain's visit to the market.
He would have pulled out all
the stops and rolled out the
red carpet," Sytsma said.
"Since Dad fought in WW II,
he would have beei very
moved and humbled to be in
the presence of McCain, a
prisoner of war."
"Now Dad's happy" said
Helen Parke, Roy's wife of 65
years.
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on display. The gallery is open
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thurs-
days, Fridays and Saturdays.
Admission is free. Call (813)
754-1578.
HISTORIC DEPOT: The Union
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum is open from


10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday,
Friday and Saturdays. The
historical train depot is at 102 N.
Palmer St. and includes a muse-
um, gift shop and model rail-
road. There is no admission
charge.
MONTHLY MARKET: The His-
toric Downtown Plant City Mer-


chants and Business Association
has expanded its antiques mar-
ket to include arts and crafts.
The event, which also includes a
green market, is held from 8
a.m. to 3 p.m. the second Satur-
day monthly through March, at
the municipal parking lot at
Reynolds and Palmer streets.
Applications and reservations


for market space are being
accepted. Vendors may call
(813) 717-7731.
Send items at least a week before the
desired publication date to Communi-
ty Calendar, The Tampa Tribune, 101
N. Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563,
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call (813) 754-4444 unless otherwise noted.

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Flu and
Pneumonia Shots
Make time to get a flu shot-
it's your best defense against
influenza and the potentially
serious effects on your health.
Pneumonia shots are also
available. Flu vaccines provided
for children nine years of age
and older. Parent or guardian
is required to accompany the
child. Anyone on Theophyline,
Coumadin, Dialantin, Warfarin
or is pregnant or nursing, must
have a doctor's note. Only
Medicare B can be billed. No
HMOs. No exceptions.
Cost: Flu shot -$27
Pneumonia shot $40

Friday, November 7, lOam-lpm
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Heart Saver for
Non-Health Care
Providers
Learn more about recognizing
a heart attack, cardiac arrest,
airway obstruction (choking)
and use of an AED. To register,
call (813) 754-4444.
Thursday, October 30
6-8:30pm
Community Conference.Room
Cost: $25

Basic Life Support
for Health Care
Providers
Must register to attend.
Pre-payment required.
Call (813) 754-4444
Community Conference Room
Cost: $38


Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or
to enroll, call Lisa Finley
at (813) 757-8202 for this
class only.
First Tuesday of every month
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free
*Note: There will be no meeting
on November 4.

Cholesterol
Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
(no fasting required)
Fourth Tuesday of every month
2-3pm
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $25

Free Blood
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Every Tuesday, 1-2pm
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Appointment only. Call
(813) 754-4444 to make
your reservation.
Monday,
November 3
Community
Health Resource
Center, Hospital
Main Lobby

Bereaved Parents
Support Group
Bereaved Parents of the USA
will host a support group.
Includes time for mothers and
fathers to share together and
separately. Call Sue Bowditch
at (813) 661-9334 for this
class only.
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different Saturday sessions.
Saturday, November 15
8am-12:30pm
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and Breastfeeding
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Saturday,
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By DAREK SHARP
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PLANT CITY Touched by
the story of 4-year-old Sum-
mer Moll, who was critically
injured in a wreck that killed
her mother, Durant High
School students are holding a
fundraiser to help.
Tonight at Beef 0' Brady's in
Valrico, members of the
school's athletic program are
hosting Spirit Night,to raise
money for Summer's trust
fund. The fund helps with


medical expenses and rehabil-
itation costs.
Summer was injured Sept.
10, when the car driven by her
mother, 24-year-old Jennifer
O'Boyle of Brandon, was hit
head-on by a sports utility
vehicle driven by 26-year-old
Cheryl Riemann. Authorities
said Riemann was driving with
a blood-alcohol level three
times the legal limit and was
headed in the wrong direction
on the Selmon Crosstown Ex-
pressway.
O'Boyle died, and Summer
suffered critical injuries. They
were on their way to the beach
when their car was hit near the
expressway's 78th Street toll
plaza.
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last week at Orient Road Jail on
charges that include driving
while intoxicated manslaugh-
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As part of Durant's monthly
Success 101 program,. which
features a different visitor talk-
ing to Cougar athletes, Sum-
mer's grandmother Tammy
Rosian delivered a moving
speech.
"She talked to our kids, par-
ents and coaches about how
the choices we make can affect
the lives of others," Durant
boys basketball coach Jeff


Shotwell said.
The restaurant at State Road
60 and Miller Road will donate
20 percent of food purchases
to Summer's trust fund.
"All people need to do is tell
the waitress they are there for
the Spirit Night," Shotwell
said. He said he hopes to cre-
ate a pep rally environment.
There will be a disc jockey
playing music and a drawing
for prizes, -the big one being an
Apple iPod touch. Durant
cheerleaders will be on hand.
The event goes from 5 to 9
p.m.


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WHAT: Durant High School
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in a wreck that killed her mom
WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. today
WHERE: Beef O'Brady's, 2561
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Students no longer
have to buy coffee
and pastries from a
vending machine.
By PAUL CATALA
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY For the major-
ity of students and staff at
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege's Plant City campus,
wake-up assistance and snacks
have usually popped out of a
vending machine.
Now, whether teaching or in
the classroom, there's access
to a good cup of java and
something on which to munch
away the minutes.
About a month ago, the Es-
press Yourself Coffee 101 kiosk
opened at the HCC campus.
Since then, students and facul-
ty have been able to grab a
fresh cup of their favorite cof-
fee and a snack, without hav-
ing to go downtown, where the
original shop is located.
As the aroma of fresh-
brewed coffee permeated the
administration building lobby
during a recent school day,
coffee barista Liz Carr tended
the cappuccino maker. She
was brewing an Americano, a


standard American-brewed
coffee with added espresso.
Next to her, Espress Yourself
co-owner Jonathan Davis went
over the daily records.
Davis, who runs the down-


town and HCC shops with his
wife, Heather, said the kiosk
"fills a void" because there is
no cafeteria or snack bar on
the campus at 1206 N. Park
Road. He said so far, business


has been steady.
"There's no food service
here. It's either vending ma-
chines or us, and that was the
issue," said Davis, 37, a Plant
City native.


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DOWNTOWN SHOP: 101 E.
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SHOP HOURS: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Wednesday
and 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday
through Saturday
TELEPHONE: (813) 659-0101
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"We're at the stage where
we're still getting started and
trying to find out from the
students what they want. We
want to make adjustments to
the menu for what best serves
them."
Among the beverages
brewed and served at Espress
Yourself are espressos, mac-
chiatos, cappuccinos and
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Photo by PAUL CATALA
Coffee barista Liz Carr serves espressos to freshman Zach Mays, left, and sophomore Nathan Palmi-
sano at the Espress Yourself kiosk on the Plant City campus of Hillsborough Community College.


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COFFEE KIOSK

Continued From Page 18

lattes. These can be made
with vanilla syrup, milk, white.
chocolate, caramel and other
toppings, such as whipped
cream.
There are also cold-blend-
ed drinks such as mocha,
vanilla lattes, chillers and fruit
smoothies: mango, strawber-
ry, wild berry and orange.
Customers can accompany
their caffeine fixes with a
choice of fresh-baked goods,
such as muffins, scones,
cookies, biscotti, cakes, tarts
and strudels.
While Davis helped at the
register recently, two students
- freshman Zach Mays and
sophomore Nathan Palmisa-
no, both 19 ordered espres-
sos.
Mays said he stops by two
times a week and said there is
another benefit to the kiosk
besides food and drink.
"It also serves the purpose
of a social club. This is a nice


Photo by PAUL CATALA
Owner Jonathan Davis fills an order at the HCC coffee kiosk. He
and his wife also run the downtown Espress Yourself 101 shop.


place to hang out on campus,
and talk about our ideas we
only half understand," Mays'
said. "This allows us to get a
bite to eat quickly and get on
to classes."
The Davises said they don't
have immediate plans to ex-
pand from their two locations


and they want to continue
providing folks, on campus
with a place to meet over
coffee and pastries.
"I look at this as a business
that I'm happy with and is
sustaining itself. I want to
build this for the future," he
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THINGS TO DO

Continued From Page 5

Forum in Tampa at 7:30 p.m.
Jordan, Jonathan, Joey,
Donny and Danny will per-
form old favorites such as
"Step By Step" as well as new
songs.
Tickets range from $37.75 to
$77.75 and are available from
wiww.ticketmaster.com, by
calling (813) 287-8844, or at
the box office, 401 Channel-
side Drive.

All Weekend


Seafood Anyone?
The Ruskin Seafood Festival
hits the beach at E.G. Sim-
mons Park, 2401 19th Ave.
N.W., Ruskin, this weekend.
I There will be seafood to
satisfy the taste buds and
music from Off The Cuff and
others. Artisans and crafters
will show their wares, and
there will be a children's area
that will include bounce hous-
es, games, face painting and


wildlife shows.
But that's not all. The festi-
val will include a boating and
fishing expo, with admission
of $5.
Festival hours are from 10
a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. For
information, call (813) 645-
3808.

Monday


Spanish In A Hurry
Spanish lessons are from
12:20 to 12:40 p.m. Monday at
Espress Yourself Coffee 101,
101 E. J. Arden Mays Blvd.,
Plant City.
The lessons are free with a
beverage purchase. Call (813)
659-0101.

Hit The Dance Floor
Veteran instructor Susan
Staton will give lessons in
such dances as rumba, tango,.
swing and waltz at 7 p.m. at
the Red Rose Inn and Suites,
2011 N. Wheeler St., Plant City.
Lessons are $10, and no
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By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Jobs were
scarce in Plant City when Shel-
ba Davis began looking in
1958. So when she landed a
good one, she stuck with it.
Last week, colleagues hon-
ored the longtime South Flori-
da Baptist Hospital employee,
commemorating her 50 years
on the job.
Greeted by nearly 100 co-
workers, friends and family at
a midday surprise party in a
hospital conference room, Da-
vis, said she was "over-
whelmed, but happy."
Davis, a Georgia native,
moved to Plant City in 1949.
On Sept. 2, 1958, at age 22, she
went to work at the hospital as
part of its contributions de-
partment, the early fundrais-
ing arm of the not-for-profit
facility that had opened five
years earlier and was looking


to expand.
On-the-job training was ba-
sic, she recalled: "Here's the
Plant City phone book, start
mailing letters." In response,
area residents mailed in do-
nations, mostly cash, and no
contribution was too small.
"We would accept $1," she
said.
- In the mid-1970s, Davis
moved to the finance depart-
ment. She worked briefly as
secretary for the plant opera-
tions department and, since
2001, has been secretary to
Lisa Finley, the hospital's
education manager.
"When you started here, I
was a year old," Finley said.
The surprise reception for
Davis included the screening
of a video depicting highlights
of her career, a pair of "Thank
You For All You Do" sheet
cakes and a banner signed by
the hospital's employees.
Special guests included
Bert Davidson, the hospital's
administrator from 1956 to
1970.
"She was hired on my
watch," said the 88-year-old
Plant City retiree. Sticking


with one job for five decades
is rare these days, he added.
Steve Mason, president and
chief executive officer of Bay-
Care Health System, operator
of the hospital and eight
others in the area, said Davis
is the corporation's longest-
tenured employee. An em-
ployee at the corporation's
Morton Plant Hospital, how-
ever, will reach the 50-year
milestone in January, he said.
"It's a great place to work,"
Davis said. "I've enjoyed the
people; they're great to work
with. It's just like having
family here."
When she's not working,
Davis spends time with her
husband, daughter and two
grandsons, and enjoys fre-
quent trips in the family's RV
to visit relatives in Georgia
and Virginia.
Although the Oct. 15 cele-
bration had all the markings
of a retirement party, Davis
said she has no immediate
plans to quit working as long
as her health remains good.

Reporter George Wikens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433.


Tribune photo by GEORGE WILKENS
Steve Mason, left, president of BayCare Health System, and Steve
Nierman, chief-operating officer of South Florida Baptist Hospital,
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PLANT CITY A homeless
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He didn't, of course; more-
over, Dicks' campaign, which
had money in the bank, was
tongue-tied in its response.
Wielding a near-20-year-old
claim against an investment
counseling firm in which
Dicks was, for a time, a speak-
er, Mitchell clubbed his chief
rival into submission.
"Despicable," Dicks says.
Bitterness And Betrayal
The ad reprised charges
(rebutted as false or mislead-
ing by a Tribune investigation)
made in the closing days of
Dicks' 1996 state senatorial
race against Brandon's Tom
Lee. Mitchell's wrinkle was to
dredge up a soured investor
from New Jersey, Giri Girid-
har, who sounded as if Dicks
had raided his checking ac-
count and gone to Bermuda.
In fact, the investor's losses
-resulted from the bankruptcy
of Merrico Resources, an
Oklahoma-based oil trust
overseen by an heir to a wide-
ly respected family with deep
roots in the oil and gas recov-
ery business. Dicks' company
did tout the investment's
probable success, as did lavish
profiles during the same time
in The New York Times and


the Chicago Sun-Times.
Giridhar recovered some of
his money in arbitration in
exchange for a vow of confi-
dentiality. Nonetheless,
Mitchell's campaign arranged
a telephone conference be-
tween the investor and the
local media, facilitating the
breaking of a legally binding
confidence, leaving neither -
Giridhar or Mitchell cov-
ered in glory.
No Cheap Shots
Despite these claims against
Dicks (full disclosure: my
fraternity big brother), Plant
City voters elected him to
three terms on the city com-
mission.
He ran long, hard and, until
the final moment when fright-
ened west Pasco Democrats
raced for the exits, persuasive-
ly. He came to know the bear
crossing sign in Aripeka, the
delicacies at Caf6 Grand and
the rivalries within Pasco's
Democratic ranks.
He resisted his advisers'
.recommendations about
pointing out Mitchell's recent
party change or Mitchell's
- retreat from the claim that he
led troops in combat in Viet-
nam.
No cheap shots, Dicks said.
You treat people the way you
want to be treated.
Otherwise, how could he
face the folks back at Fred's?
Columnist Tom Jackson can be
reached at (813) 948-4219 or
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Here Are Holiday Haunts For Hanging Out


A variety of fun
and freaky
happenings awaits.
A Tribune staff report
PLANT CITY Here's a wrap-
up of some of the Halloween
and fall festival events in the
area: .
The fifth annual Haunted
Experience, a fundraiser for
Unity in the Community, is
today through Saturday.
The event features eight or
more haunted rooms and a
haunted forest covering 2.5
acres. Though the house tour
is not recommended for very
young children, there will be
outdoor activities for those too
timid to venture inside. A hot
dog, soft drink and picture
with Frankenstein's monster
are all included with admis-
sion.
The event is at 5408 Paul
Buchman Highway, one-half
mile north of Knights-Griffin
Road. Hours are 6 to 10 p.m.
Admission is $10 for adults, $7
for high school students and
younger, and free for ages
younger than 10 accompanied
by an adult.
Unity in the Community
provides food and other assis-
tance to needy Plant City fami-


lies.
Marshall Middle School, 18
S. Maryland Ave., Plant City,
will have its first Family Har-
vest celebration from 5 to 7
p.m. Thursday. There will be
food, entertainment, games
and prizes. Community-based'
programs will be available to
assist parents with various ser-
vices. The school will also offer
classes that will help parents
ensure their children's success
in school.
The Plant City campus of
Hillsborough Community Col-
lege, 1206 N. Park Road, is
hosting a fall festival from 5 to
9 p.m. Friday. The festival will
be inside the Trinkle building.
The event is sponsored by the
Plant City HCC Student Gov-
ernment Association.
For information, call Amma
Marfo at (813) 757-2209.
Cork Knights of Screams, a
fundraiser for the Cork Knights
Volunteer Fire Department,
will be from 7 to 11 p.m. daily
through Saturday at Dinosaur
World theme park. The event
includes a haunted trail
through Dinosaur World, off
Interstate 4 at Branch Forbes
Road, Exit 17.
Admission is $12.75 for ages
13 and older; $9.75 for ages 3 to
12.


For those who want to mix
terror with a little exercise,
there's the Hopewell Lantern
Ghost Walk, a Halloween night
benefit back for its second
year. Friday's walk starts and
ends at McCall Park at Drane
and Collins streets in down-
town Plant City. Registration is
from 6 to 6:45 p.m., the walk at
7.
In addition to the walk, the
event includes ghost stories by
members of Plant City Enter-
tainment community theater
group and, while supplies last,
hot dogs and soft drinks. Addi-


tionally, there will be live mu-
sical entertainment in the park
from 6 to 10 p.m.
Participants are asked to
bring flashlights or battery-
powered lanterns to help light
the path. The cost is $10 for
ages 16 and older and $5 for
ages 8 to 15. Proceeds benefit
Unity in the Community.
St. Luke Missionary Bap-
tist Church, 108 S. Wamell St.,
Plant City, will have its second
annual All Hallow's Eve Chris-
tian Celebration from 5:30 to
8:30 p.m. today. Youths will
dress up as biblical characters


and share the Bible. A trunk-
or-treat event will be held in
the church parking lot.
Turkey Creek First Baptist
Church, 4915 W. Trapnell
Road, Plant City, will have a fall
festival from 6 to 8 p.m. today
featuring games, crafts, fun,
food and fellowship. Cost is $1
and one canned food item per
person. Call the church office
at (813) 752-7890.
Shiloh Baptist Church and
Shiloh School, 905 W. Terrace
Drive, Plant City, will have the
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About 15,000
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PLANT CITY The sixth an-
nual Bike Fest in the historic
downtown on Oct. 4 saw good
crowds and a host of vendors
enjoying the evening.
r The monthly event, orga-
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Groscurth said. "Summer
rains, heat and conflicting
schedules have caused us to



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,annual trunk-or-treat event
from 6 to 8 p.m. today. All ages
are welcome. Adults and chil-
dren can go from trunk to


STribune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
A crowd of about 15,000 attend the sixth annual Bike Fest celebration on Oct. 4 in downtown Plant
City. Bike fests are held on the first Saturday of the month and draw about 8,000 to 10,000 people.


miss a few outings over the
years. But this is a special
event. Plant City's Bike Fest is
something we want to attend
as much as we can."
Plant City Chamber of
Commerce ambassador Mary
Alice Hendricks said the
events have been safe and
popular.
"Some communities are
fearful of having bike shows,"
Hendricks said. "The bikers
and bike fans have proven to
be a positive element each
and every month. Everyone,
the vendors, bikers and the
general public all enjoy the
show."
Police said that there have
been only two arrests at the
Bike Fest since it started.
Jim McKendree, a biker
from Tampa, rides a Harley-
Davidson Road King. He said
he is a regular at bike shows
around the county.
"I look at leathers [riding


trunk collecting candy and
view the creatively decorated
trunks.
There also will be moon-
walks, hayrides, games and
other activities at the campus
off Paul Buchman Highway
north of Interstate 4. Costumes
may be worn but nothing
scary. All games, rides and


Bike Fest vendor Debbie Hatcher, right, helps Jim McKendree of
Tampa and Kathleen Jarmula of Plant City look through clothing.


clothes] and accessories when
I come to the Bike Fest,"
McKendree said. "The prices
are competitive. And it's a
good time."


food will be free except hot
dogs, french fries and drinks,
which will cost 50 cents each.
Call (813) 752-8345.
# Norman McLeod Ameri-
can Legion Post No. 26 will
have a drive-through Hallow-
een event from 4 to 8 p.m.
Friday. Legion members will
hand out candy to trick-or-


Vendor Debbie Hatcher
runs a new and consignment
shop in Lakeland, 2nd Gear
Cycle Stuff, and has a booth
at the motorcycle show every


treaters at the post at 2207 W.
Baker St., east of Tomlin Mid-
dle School. The legion wants to
provide a "safe area" where
youngsters can come for a
Halloween, treat without leav-
ing the car, a post spokesman
said.
Cork United Methodist
Church, 4815 W. Sam Allen


BIKE FEST

WHAT: The motorcycle show
was founded to help rev up
downtown on Saturdays, a
typically slow day. It comple-
mented the monthly Straw-
berry Classic Car Show, which
- was established in 199?.
WHEN: 5 to 9 p.m. the first
Saturday monthly
WHERE: In and around Union
Station Welcome Center and
McCall Park downtown
INFORMATION: Call the Great-
er Plant City Chamber of
Commerce at (813) 754-3707 or
1-800-760-2315.


month.
"We've been coming here
for five years," Hatcher said.
"We sell -clothes and accesso-
ries while we are here. But we
try to give out 250 to 500
business cards each time we
are here. At the shop, we sell
motorcycles and all that goes
with it."
Other vendors such as
Thomas Giella are relatively
new at the Bike Fest. Giella
runs an Internet business in
customizing motorcycle light-
ing at www.giellacustom-
s.com.
"We put lights wherever the
customer wants them," Giella
said. "We don't sell kits. We
install lights. Each job is
customized for the bike at
hand as the customer sees fit"
Bill Hoover, a'prospective
customer at Giella's bike
show booth, said he already
has custom lights on his
Harley Road King. But he was
looking for more.
Major sponsors such as
Ferman Chrysler Jeep Dodge,
Johnson's BBQ, Leather Wear
International, Pasco County
Cycles and others help make
the event possible, Smith
said.
"The Bike Fest continues to
be a big success," Smith said.

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


Road, Plant City, will hold a fall
festival from 5:30 to 8 p.m.
Saturday. In addition to food
and music, there will *be
booths and activities for chil-
dren in fifth-grade and youn-
ger. Children are welcome to
wear their Halloween cos-
tumes. For information, call
the church at (813) 754-3233.







OFFERINGS
GOSPEL JAMBOREE. Church of
God of Prophecy, 11607 Grove-
wood Ave., Thonotosassa, will
have a gospel jamboree at 7
p.m. Saturday featuring Spiritual
Servants and others. Everyone is
invited to attend, sing and play.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no admission charge,
but an offering will be,accepted.
Call (813) 752-2778.

SYDNEY BAPTIST: Sydney Bap-
tist Church, 1510 Cre Road,
Dover, will host its eighth annu-
al International Missions Confer-
ence beginning with a covered
dish.supper at 6 p.m. Saturday.
The conference will continue on


Sunday with services at 11 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m., and at 7 p.m.
Monday through Nov. 7. A dif-
ferent Southern Baptist missi-
onary will speak at each service.
The speakers this year have
served in Africa, India, China,
Nicaragua, the Middle East,
Paraguay, Wales, United King-
dom and Ireland. Call (813)
659-1559.

CHRISTIAN WOMEN: Plant City
Christian Women's Connection
will have its annual fall festival
and bake sale from 11:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Tuesday at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive, Plant City.
Come at 10 a.m. for bidding and
shopping. The speaker will be
Joanne Byrnes, and the vocalist


is Brenda Mclsaac. Cost is $13.
For reservations, call (813) 746-
2541 or (813) 651-0383 or
e-mail celicakix92@aol.com.

LEBANON BAPTIST: Paul Daily,
a nationally known horse train-
er, will hold a demonstration at
6 p.m. Nov. 5 at Lebanon Baptist
Church, 110 N. Forbes Road,
Plant City. He will work with a
horse that has never been rid-
den. Call (813) 754-7722.

HEALTH FAIR: A community
health fair for seniors and senior
advocates is set for 9 a.m. to
noon Nov. 14 at Sunset Heights
United Methodist Church, 416
Walter Drive, Plant City. Local
health services and 50 exhibi-


tors will be on hand to provide
screenings and educational
services. South Plorida Baptist
Hospital's wellness program will
provide flu shots (a fee of $27
or a Medicare part B card is
required for the immunization),
and Florida Blood Services will
be accepting donors. There will
be jazz entertainment, and a
free lunch will be served at
noon. The screenings and in-
formation are free, but guests
are asked to bring a nonperish-
able food donation for the Unit-
ed Food Bank. For information,
call Trinity United Methodist
Church office at (813) 752-9316.

CORK UNITED METHODIST:
The church will hold its annual
free Cork Community Party


from noon to 4 p.m. Nov. 15. at
the Red Barn Ranch at Cork and
Thonotosassa roads. There will
be food, music with special
guests, lots of activities for the
children, hayrides and more. Call
(813) 754-3233.

METS MINISTRIES: METS Min-
istries, 1102 E. Laura St., offers
restoration and healing services
at 6:30 p.m. the first and third
Sunday monthly. Call (813)
759-0607 or (813) 754-1096.

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Co-owner and
former Gator used
to eat at one a lot
in Gainesville.
By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY University of
Florida fans, particularly those
who remember the 1996 na-
tional championship team,
may have another reason to
eat at a new restaurant.
Former Gators cornerback
Anthone Lott is part of a three-
man partnership about to
open a local franchise of Zax-
by's, a quick-casual restaurant
specializing in chicken, sand-
wiches and salads.
The 3,500-square-foot res-
taurant nearing completion at
29011 James L. Redman Park-
way will be the second in


Hillsborough County for the
Athens, Ga.-based chain,
which has 445 locations in 12
states.
Lott played for the Gators
from 1993 to 1996, the last year
of which saw the team win the
national championship.
"I was part of the really,
really good years, when we
won the SEC [Southeastern
Conference] finals every year,"
he said.
It was during his college
days in Gainesville that he dis-
covered Zaxby's.
"I used to always eat at that
place; it was the best food in
the area," he said. "I'm a big
fan of eating healthy food," so
Zaxby's "was right up my al-
ley," he said, citing favorites
that include the chain's salads,
chicken tenders and buffalo
wings.
Lott and business partners


Zaxby's bills itself as quick-casual. Customers or-
der at the counter and pick up their prepared-to-
order food when summoned The "Zappetizers"
portion of the menu includes onion rings, tater
chips and fried mushrooms. Sandwiches include a
Cajun club and chicken salad


Robert Blalock and Michael
Brody, his neighbors in West-
chase in the Tampa area, were
seeking an entrepreneurial op-
portunity in the area. They
explored Zaxby's based on the
recommendation of one of
Blalock's former fraternity
brothers, who owns five of the
franchises in Atlanta.
"We picked his brain," Lott
said, "and really'fell in love
with the concept," deciding it
was something they would
bring to the area.
"This will be our first one,


but we plan to open several
more in the Hillsborough
County area," Lott added.
Zaxby's bills itself as quick-
casual. Customers order at the
counter and pick up their pre-
pared-to-order food when
summoned. The "Zappetizers"
portion of the menu includes
onion rings, tater chips and
fried mushrooms. Sandwiches
include a Cajun club and
chicken salad.
The first Zaxby's opened in
Statesboro, Ga., near the Geor-,
gia Southern University cam-


pus in March 1990. By July
2001, there were 100 locations,
and in October, the chain
opened its 400th restaurant in
Macon, Ga.
The colorful interior decor
will include memorabilia and
signage representative of the
community. That, of course,
will include some Gators
items, but also things repre-
sentative of local high school
teams and Plant City's history,
said the 34-year-old Lott, an
insurance agent.
The Plant City Zaxby's is
scheduled to open in early to
mid-November.
"But I think we'll beat that
target date," said Lott, who
briefly played for, the Cincin-
nati Bengals and Indianapolis
Colts.

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


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Cheerleaders also
have been doing
some winning.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The West Coast
Youth Football Conference
playoffs start Nov. 8, and some
teams don't know whether
they will be participating.
But there's no uncertainty
for the Plant City Dolphins
Flyweights. The Dolphins' 6-
and 7-year-olds became the
first conference squad to
clinch a division title. Plant
City did so on Oct. 11 with a
29-0 defeat of the Brandon
Steelers on a foggy morning at
the Otis Andrews Sports Com-
plex.
That was followed by a 32-0
win over the Wesley Chapel
Cowboys, continuing a trend
of convincing victories for the
Dolphin Flyweights. The win
over Wesley Chapel improved
the Dolphins' record to 8-0 for
the regular season, which con-
cludes Saturday.
Each of the conference's five
age groups have eight teams,
split into two divisions of four
each. The top three teams in
each division make the play-
offs, but the division winners
get the advantage of a' first-
round playoff bye. Plant City is
in the National Division.
. Plant City's Super Midget
team can still win its division
title. The first. round of the
playoffs is Nov. 8, with Temple
Terrace hosting the American
Division action and the Na-
tional Division playing at the


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Dolphins Flyweights quarterback Parker Messick looks for a re-
ceiver during his team's 29-0 win over the Brandon Steelers.


Brandon Broncos complex.
For Round 2, which will set
the conference Super Bowl
contestants, Plant City is host-
ing the National Division finals
Nov. 15.
The Dolphins cheerleaders
also have been doing some
winning. The Mascots, Super
Midgets and Midgets cheer-
leaders all won first place at
the Turkey Creek Cheer Fest
on Oct. 12, with the IV squad
finishing second. At the fifth
anniversary Strawberry Show-
down cheerleading competi-
tion at Plant City Stadium, the
Mascots and Super Midgets
won first place.
In the Florida Youth Foot-
ball & Cheerleading Associa-
tion, where Turkey Creek and
Pinecrest participate, playoffs
start Saturday.
Three of the Pinecrest Pilots
teams the Pee Wee, Super


Midget and JV squads won
the National Division. Turkey
Creek's teams play in the
American Division, and the
Trojans Midgets team made it
through the season a perfect
10-0.
Turkey Creek is hosting part
of the first-round playoff ac-
tion, and the division finals are
Nov. 15 in Valrico and Bran-
don.


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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Dover: S. Dover Rd & Downing St,
659-2600

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109 Laura St, 752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 WIV Madison St.
Mount Olive: Horton Rd, 737-2628

APOSTOUC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church ofJesus Christ:
1212 W Reynolds, 477-5130

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant life: PinecustRd,
-Ni; 2--,40
Beth.mun IHamey Rd,
i.,...,,,.,, i 986-5771
tal'an Fellowship:
I .....' -.,n St., 752-5005
(hrvi;ian I ife Assembly:
-:1-'% ..'., Rd., 657-4802
Doier first: SR574 & ettieRd, 689-0343
aih ll Iniple: 1-4atHillsborough-
I..,'t ....a. Ir iine, 752-0532
Faith Lighihouse:3409SR39N 752-1885
I'1l i:..'.' 'r. Charlie Griffin Rd,
nii.../ '' J 752-3351.i '/ "
Furn %lia: i'orner ofSouth Hwy 39
.-. it .''i i,, 737-4656
K).iit lk -? 640, 737-4803
Mou nt Zion: 1-4 at Thonotosassa Rd, 752-16
Plea.atm (trove: Turkey Creek Rd, 737-3529
ict orn worship Center: County LineRd,

Sdniic- \. J,ey Rd, 1/l1Omi.Eof
f,,l '.,,,rRd,659-0532
Turkey (reck: Turkey Creek Rd, 754-5372

BAPTIST
Mia'r: irttyv Creek Rd, N ofSR 60,

Alafia Baptisit .U-'.i q, I .nr, h i

intiioh: I.,ron Rd, 737-3240
Berea vf '.' Y, 737-1232
B[k han: .' orkR4 752-9209
Ikthel: ,'Lf WRenfro St, 754-2239
Beulai: Vit". & County Line Rd,
lIuta "i'- 122
Bible.. 1ume Gnffin Rd, 752-2875
Bunhriood iemple:EuclidDr&SR574,
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(.ahlan [ree Will:3539TrapnellRdE.
Cedar Grove: F Kn'-vi/le Rd '" !234
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Dover First: N Gallagher Rd, 659-0203
Eastside: 1318 ECalhoun St, 754-2681
East Thonotosassa McIntosh
& Knights-Grifn Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd, 752-7209
First Baptist ithia Intelsection ofSR 39 &
Lilbia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-7121
First Plant City: 503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Mclntosh Rd, 986-4756
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008 I > .',,:. .. .', .. 986-7165
Hopeweaver: 567-5548
Hopewell: SR39 S, 737-3053
Knights: PaulBuchman Huy, 752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd, 752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd, 754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Warren &Johnson St, 754- 4397
Mount Moriah Freewill:
2042 Colson Rd, 737-1490
Mount Olive: 604 W Ball St, 734-3834
New Hope Freewill Baptist Church:
3101 Sydney Dover Rd, Dover.
New Mt. Zion Freewill: 3041 Daniels Rd.,
752-3985 : ,. _
Northside: 1700 N. franklin St, 752-2779
Oakwood: Airport Rd, 752-5499
Plant City Primitive: 509 N. Evers St,
14 754-3261
Pleasant Grove First Turkey Creek Rd,
737-2556
Shiloh Baptist Church:
905 W Terrace Dr., 754-7445-
Springhead: S WigginsRoad, 7524879
St. Luke Missionary:.108S. WarnellSt,
754-4992
St. Mary's Freewill: Hunter & Warren St,
754-6853
St Mary Missionary: 1804 SR. 60E.,
737-3668
St Mary's Community Church:
907E Laura St, 754-1616
Sydney: 1510 Cre Rd, 659-1502
lurkey (reek Communitr Bapdtit Church:
5 i f ~ i r r t ( / ;t : i "i l .-'-l*
Tuirke (reek First r.i.i.','I

Victory Missionary: Maki Rd
Welcome Baptist 11308 Welcome
Church St. (813) 737-2288
Westside: 2503 W GranfieldAve,,
752-1450
v'whitehurst Rd: 901N. WhitehurstRd,
"- 5405

PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union: 15510 County Rd 39,
I t Ilia, 634-4754
.ldem Primitive:
'402 Salem Church Rd., Sydney


CATHOUC
St Clement 1104 N. Alevander St,
752-8251

CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd:938N. IWlderRd, 752-2771
Cork: CorkRoad, 752-1521
Laura St 1310 E. Laura St, 752-2858
Springhead: WigginsRd, 754-1485

CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ)
First 2108 Thonotosassa Rd, 752-5385

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian: MclntosbRd.
NoqfSR574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214 E Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn.)
Dover: Dotuvwing St. 659-2900
Plant City. 2103 Mudiake Rd, 752-4591
Turkey Creek: ,'-.-1, ,, r ./
at SR 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa-
1702N. TaylorRd, 986-1916

CHURCH OF GOD
(Anderson, Indiana) -
Kingsway First 2808 Kingsuay N,
Seffier, 657-7500
First N. Gordon and Baker St,
752-6438
Gospel Tabernacle: Allen & Haines St

CHURCH OF GOD
Turkey Creek Church of God
5312 S. Turkey Creek Rd.
813-737-1311

EPISCOPAL
St Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
752-5061

HOUNESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
808W. Grait St.
Refuge Church of Our lord:
728 WVBallSt.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
.')1 u ,., I,/, ;.-1 i'
Restoration Assembly:

Sriangeliss lor Jesus Tabernacle:
SR574, E. of Dover, 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Calvary Chapel Plant City:
1310 North Shannon Ave., 892-0510
Christian Growth Center:
1310 N. Shannon, 719-2909


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IN'ERDENOMINA11ONAL (Contd)
Covenant Bible Church: 1001 East Baker St,
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Their coach predicts they'll be in the top
five at state tourney.


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The team that
is representing Durant High at
this week's state girls golf tour-
nament is unlike any the Cou-
gars have put on the course.
And that includes this year.
With its entire team intact,
Durant shot another sensa-
tional score to win last week's
Region 2A-4 tournament at
Heritage Isles in Tampa. Du-
rant's first regional champi-
onship earned the team a trip
to the state golf tourney, under
way in Davenport.
"We've been to state in the
past and finished no better
than llth. I'd be surprised, in
fact I'd be disappointed, if we
weren't in the top five this
year," Cougar golf coach Dick
Sheffield said.
Play began at Ridgewood
Lakes Golf & Country Club on
Tuesday, with the- second 18
holes of play scheduled for
today.
Sheffield's confidence stems
from two astounding results at
the district, then regional, lev-
el. In both cases, Durant and
Wharton were far and away
the top teams in the field.
The margin of victory over
Wharton was a lot smaller this
time, with the Cougars win-
ning 311-314.
Erika Wardzinski, the soph-
omore who also is the starting
setter on Durant's volleyball
team, led the golf squad by
matching her one-over par 73
score from the district tourna-
ment.
Wardzinski only played five
matches with the golf team
during the season.
"I had question marks that
she could go out and shoot
another 73, and Erika proves
me wrong," Sheffield said.
"The real reason we're doing
so well is the two volleyball
players; they are athletes.
When you play 18 holes [teams
play only nine holes during the
regular season], you're going


to get physically drained,and
mentally drained. The ques-
tion is how you come through
it."
Kerrie Reinhardt, the other
volleyball player and golfer,
came in with Durant's third-
best regional score, an 83.
Senior Amy West was steady
as ever with a 76, and fresh-
man Madison Opfer dropped
off from her outstanding 70 at
the district tourney, but still
her 83 helped Durant win the
team crown.
Opfer was headed for anoth-
er round in the70s until a late
quadruple bogey. Reinhardt
overcame a triple-bogey on
the first hole.
The recent scores, when tak-
ing each player's average nine-
hole output on the season and
projecting across 18, were a big
improvement for each of the
Cougars.
"Hey, when you shoot under
330 as a girls team, you're
doing pretty good, and we go
out and hit 302 at districts,"
Sheffield said.
Sheffield was encouraged
that of the other regional
champs in the state, only Lake
Brantley and Lake Mary scored
better than Durant.
Durant won't be playing in
the same group as either this
week.
"Wharton is in our three-
some again, and even though
they were our competition,
now with them there's almost
a comfort level. It's good to be
with a group you feel comfort-
able talking to," Sheffield said.
The only downer, he said, is
the state course is shorter,
which does not suit Durant's
strength, the long-hitting abil-
ities of West and Opfer.
Plant City's girls and boys
teams both made it to the
regional tourney but did not
advance to state.
Teams had to finish in the
top two to continue their sea-
sons.


Cougars In Must-Win


Situation To Be In Playoffs

If they lose in district volleyball tourney, their streak ends.


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY For the first
time in school history, Durant
is not one of the top two seeds
for its district volleyball tour-
nament, but a more signif-
icant streak is in danger.
Since Durant High opened
its doors, the volleyball team
has never failed to make the
playoffs. The Cougars needed
wins Monday and Tuesday, at
the District 6A-8 tournament
in Sarasota, to keep the streak
alive.
Durant, assuming it won
Monday as expected against


sixth-seeded Riverview, was
set to challenge No. 2 seed
and host Sarasota High in one
of the Tuesday semifinal
matchups. The Cougars had
to win that match to extend
its season into the playoffs.
Making the postseason is a
staple of Durant volleyball -
only once, in 2006, have the
Cougars not won at least one
playoff match.
The Cougars finished the
regular season with a 10-11
mark after falling to state
power Plant last week.
Though Durant's record is be-
low the .500 mark, many of


the defeats came against top-
flight competition during in-
season tournaments earlier
this month.
At the Tampa Bay Invita-
tional hosted by Berkeley
Prep, the Cougars went 1-4,
but the defeats were all to
ranked Florida teams: St.
Thomas Aquinas, Berkeley,
Martin County and Spanish
River.
For the first time since Du-
rant and Lakeland joined the
same district, the
Dreadnaughts are considered

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the top team. Lakeland, led by
sisters Krista and Lauren An-
derson, went undefeated
through district play and fin-
ished the regular season 18-4
overall.
"They are two great players,
and Lakeland probably has the
best defense in the district,"
Durant head coach Jeff Davis
said. "Should we get to play
them, I think things might play
out a little different than the
first time."
Lakeland swept the Cougars
in three games, but that match
was played very early on in the
season, on Sept. 11.
Chelsea Morris led Durant
with 245 kills during the reg-
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aces.
Anne Marie Fanning led the
Cougars in blocks with 27, and
Lindi Oest was tops in digs
with 199.
As top seed Lakeland earned
a first-round bye, the Plant
City Raiders were hoping to
match up with the
Dreadnaughts in the other
semifinal.
Plant City High wound up
seeded fifth out of the seven
teams in 6A-8 and was sched-
uled to play Sarasota Riverview
on Monday. The winner of that
match was to play Lakeland on
Tuesday. The Tuesday semifi-
nal winners meet for the dis-
trict championship at 7 p.m.
Thursday.
This week also marks the
district swim meets for Plant
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Flag Football Season Wraps Up Saturday


Three
championships will
wave it goodbye
until next year.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment/Optimist youth flag
football program season wraps
up Saturday with three cham-
pionship finals set to kick off at
9 a.m. at the Otis Andrews
Sports Complex off Park Road.
No teams finished the reg-
ular season with a perfect re-
cord. Only the Steelers of the
Senior League, for 8- and 9-
year-olds, entered the post-
season undefeated, but with
one tie on their ledger.
The Junior League for 6- and
7-year-olds has no playoff, and
thus, the Bobcats were
crowned the champions by
finishing in first place through
the regular season with a 4-2
mark.


The Bobcats clinched the
title with a thrilling, 26-25 vic-
tory over the Wildcats in a
game played Oct. 11. Carlton
Kelly Jr. scored two touch-
downs, and Aaron Straka and
Ally Rae Black added one each.
Tanner Kelley scored two
touchdowns for the Wildcats.
That gave the Bobcats a 4-1
record at the time and enough
of a margin in the standings so
that a last-week loss to the
Frogs did not matter. The
Frogs won 12-8 to secure a
third-place finish, getting
touchdown runs from Mason
Lower and William Cauthen.
A 3-3 record was attained by
the Indians, good enough for a
third place tie with the Frogs.
Zwanyiea Cooper caught three
touchdowns for the Indians in
their season-ending, 18-12 win
over the Rabbits.
Though they had to settle
for second place, the Wildcats
(3-2-1) did finish with a bang,
beating the Pilgrims 38-28 on
Oct. 18. Jose Machado scored
three touchdowns to counter


the work of James Hoff, who
scored 19 of the Pilgrim points.
If all goes according to
seeds, the finals of the Senior
League tourney will pit the
Steelers.with the Broncos, who
were at 4-1-1 heading into the
final week of the regular sea-
son for second place. On Oct.


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touchdowns in a 26-26 tie with
the Bears.
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won their first game 27-25 over
the Chargers despite the ef-
forts of Arie Fry, who scored all
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12-year-olds) and Elite (13- to
15-year-olds) leagues, the
semifinals were scheduled for
Tuesday night. Both the Senior
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CRIME TRACKER


PLANT CITY POLICE
Below is a listing of crimes handled by
the Plant City Police Department
between Oct. 6 and 12 arranged by ZIP
code. These are crimes that have been
investigated by officers and don't
reflect unfounded calls for service.

33563
N Park Rd, Block 1700, criminal
mischief, Oct. 8, 5 p.m.
E Cherry St, Block 2700, vehicle
theft, Oct. 10, 4:35 p.m.
E Devane St, Block 500, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 2 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
aggravated assault, Oct. 6,.12:21 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Oct. 7, 10:30 a.m.
Lindsay Anne Ct, Block 500, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 9, 1:54 a.m.
N Blain Acre Dr, Block 2800, resi-
dence burglary, Oct. 11, 4:30 p.m.
N Dawn Meadow Ct, Block 4700,



SHERIFF'S OFFICE
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Oct. 19-25 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office.
Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriff's -
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Bragg St, Block 14500, identity theft,
Oct. 21, 9:57 a.m.
Dixon Ave, Block 3100, noise com-
plaint, Oct. 19,1:19 a.m.
Dover Rd N, Block 3000, theft, Oct.
23, 3:11 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14400, dis-
turbance, Oct. 24, 3:48 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 2100, distur-
bance, Oct. 20, 11:35 a.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 2800, graffiti,
Oct. 21,11:47 a.m.
Garland Branch Rd, Block 4900,
noise complaint, Oct. 25, 11:30 p.m.
Grant St Blo.:k 14i00t, r..Thi com-
plaint, Oct. 25, 8:50 p.m.
Gwaltney PI, Block 1100, disturbance,
Oct. 22, 2:08 p.m.
Hiers Rd/Walden Sheffield Rd,
illegal dumping, Oct. 21, 3:31 p.m.
Kirkland Rd, Block 2600, person
down, Oct. 24, 6:04 a.m.
Knox Ave/Grant St, noise complaint,
Oct. 25, 6:24 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 21, 6:29 a.m.
Meadow Oaks Dr, Block 13700, theft,
Oct. 21, 2:30 p.m.
Meadow Oaks Dr, Block 13700, theft,
Oct. 21, 7:32 p.m.
Meadow Oaks Dr, Block 13800, theft,
Oct. 21, 2:55 p.m.
SR 60 E/Dover Rd S, illegal dumping,
Oct. 21,4:49 p.m.
SR 60 E/Sydney Washer Rd, DUI,
Oct. 19, 12:01 a.m.
Swift Creek Cr, Block 9400, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 24, 8:55 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
disturbance, Oct. 22, 12:35 p.m.
Sydney Rd, Block 12800, domestic
violence, Oct. 25,12 a.m.
Sydney Washer Rd, Block 1000, noise
complaint, Oct. 24, 5:56 a.m.
Sydney Washer Rd/Sydney Dover
Rd, disturbance, Oct. 24, 5:06 a.m.
Tanner Rd, Block 1100, noise com-
plaint, Oct. 25,10:11 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 13000, business
burglary, Oct. 23, 9:53 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13000, disturbance,
Oct. 24,10:42 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13300, stolen vehicle,
Oct. 20, 8:15 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13600, DUI, Oct. 24,
9:09 p.m . . . '


vehicle burglary, Oct. 8,4 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 2700,
vehicle theft, Oct. 8, 5:30 p.m.
Plantation Grove Ct, Block 1500,
assault, Oct. 7,1:50 p.m.
S Collins St, Block 1400, retail theft,
Oct. 9, 8:20 p.m.
Sammonds Rd, Block 3100, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 11 p.m.
Sammonds Rd/W Hwy 574, driving
while license suspended or revoked,
Oct. 6, 10:21 a.m.,
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 1900, arson,
Oct. 8, 11:57 p.m.
W Alexander St, Block 100, fraud,
Oct. 6,10 a.m.
W Cherry St, Block 1000, vehicle
theft, Oct. 9, 6:45 a.m.
W Dr King Blvd, Block 1300, death
investigation, Oct. 7, 9:37 a.m.
W Grant St, Block 1200, criminal
mischief, Oct. 9,1:50 p.m.
W McLendon St, Block 500, resi-
dence burglary, Oct. 8, 7:30 a.m.
Wiggins Ct, Block 700, criminal



US 92 E, Block 13600, traffic crash/
injuries, Oct. 24, 8:08 p.m. '
US 92 W, Block 5400, disturbance,
Oct. 23, 12:27 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5900, assault/
battery, Oct. 21, 7:26 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5900, fight, Oct. 21,
7:26 p.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 24,11:07 a.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 24, 11:08 a.m.
Wooten Rd, Block 2300, disturbance,
Oct. 25,1:18 a.m.

33540
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 6100,
residential burglary, Oct. 22,12:56 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 6600,
loose animal, Oct. 24, 5:46 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
24, 8:43 a.m.
Pless Rd, Block 5100, loose animal,
Oct. 22, 2:45 p.m.

33563
US 92 W, Block 5100, stolen vehicle,
Oct. 23, 2:13 p.m.

33565
1-4 E/Branch Forbes Rd, assault/
battery, Oct. 20, 5 a.m.
Baker St W, Block 3700, bomb
sweep, Oct. 23, 12:25 p.m.
Booth Rd/Cork Rd, loose animal,
Oct. 20, 9:46 a.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 5, disturbance,
Oct. 24, 6:47 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 7, disturbance,
Oct. 24, 7:52 p.m.
Collins St S/Prosser Dr W, drug law
violation, Oct. 22, 3:40 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 3900, criminal mis-
chief, Oct. 20, 8:49 a.m.
Country Ln, Block 80, criminal mis-
chief, Oct. 21, 3:42 p.m.
Fairway Ct, Block 600, criminal
mischief, Oct. 19, 8:20 a.m.
Half Mile Rd, Block 800, theft, Oct.
24, 2:59 p.m.
Herman Shepherd TI/Branch Forbes
Rd, disturbance, Oct. 24, 7:35 p.m.
Joe Mcintosh Rd, Block 100, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 23, 7:44 a.m.
Kinard Rd/Cooper Rd, animal call,
Oct. 20,11:24 a.m.
Lampp Rd, Block 2900, theft, Oct. 20,
2:17 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
20, 12:53 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
24, 1:43 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.
24,4:05 p.m.
Location'Withheld, missingjuv6nild/P


mischief, Oct. 11, 10:50 a.m.

33565
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Oct. 10, 2:14 p.m.
N Maryland Ave, Block 1000, robbery
attempt, Oct. 6, 11 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 2600, DUI,
Oct. 11, 11:22 p.m.

33566
Airport Rd, Block 4400, domestic
battery, Oct. 6, 8:30 p.m.
Ball St/Franklin St, drug investiga-
tion, Oct. 11,12:17 a.m.
Dawn Meadow Ct, Block 4700,
vehicle burglary, Oct. 9, 9:26 a.m.
E Alexander St, Block 600, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 7, 9:30 p.m.
E Calhoun St, Block 300, criminal
mischief, Oct. 7, 5 p.m.
E Cherry St, Block 2300, DUI, Oct. 11,
12:45 a.m.



endangered, Oct. 21, 9:59 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Oct. 23,11:33 a.m.
McGee Rd, Block 1000, shooting, Oct.
25, 4:39 p.m.
McGee Rd, Block 2300, residential
burglary, Oct. 22, 5:33 p.m.
McGee Rd, Block 2300, residential
burglary, Oct. 23, 9:17 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Thonotosassa Rd,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 21, 6:29 a.m.
Miley Rd, Block 4500, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 20,12:50 p.m.
Miley Rd, Block 4800, domestic
violence, Oct. 25,5:54 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hw, Block 3300,
disturbance, Oct. 24, 8:17 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hw, Block 7800,
livestock investigation, Oct. 23, 10:39
a.m.
Poultry Farm Ln, Block 3800, stolen
vehicle, Oct. 25, 6:50 p.m.
Quail Oaks Dr, Block 2700, domestic
violence, Oct. 19,-11:53 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman Hw,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 21, 7:03 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 3700, neigh-
bor trouble, Oct. 21, 7:30 a.m.
Savannah Dr, Block 2700, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 19, 9:45 p.m.
Shepherd Rd, Block 4300, distur-
bance, Oct. 24, 12:42 a.m.
Stafford Rd, Block 5600, distur-
bance, Oct. 20, 2:54 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, -Block 3200, theft,
Oct. 21, 3:03 p.m.
Wallace Branch Rd, Block 2200,
animal call, Oct. 25, 5:10 p.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 3300, criminal
mischief, Oct. 23,1:45 p.m.

33566
Beal Rd, Block 2100, disturbance, Oct.
22,3 a.m.
Calhoun Rd/SR 60 W, drug law
violation, Oct. 24, 11:21 p.m.
Calhoun Rd/SR 60 W, loud party,
Oct. 25, 11:17 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, dis-
turbance, Oct. 24, 2:21 p.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, fight,
Oct. 19, 1:15 a.m.
Charleston Ave/Turkey Creek Rd,
discharge firearm, Oct. 19, 2:55 a.m.
Charlie Griffin Rd, Block 600, DUI,
Oct. 19, 2:58 a.m.
Clemons Rd, Block 3100, noise
complaint, Oct. 22,10:49 p.m.
Clemons Rd/Sparkman Rd, loose
animal, Oct. 25,4:38 p.m.
Forbes Rd N/Dr King Blvd, DUI, Oct.
24,11:07 p.m.
Forbes Rd S/Downing St, distur-
bance, Oct. 25, 1:43 p.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 4200, residential
burglary, Oct. 23, 11:30 a.m.
Jap Tucker Rd, Block 2900, livestock
investigation, Oct. 21, 3:19 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Oct.


Forest Club Dr, Block 3000, resi-
dence burglary, Oct. 6, 7 a.m.
Gordon St/Baker St. driving while
license suspended or revoked, Oct. 8,
3:11 p.m.
Hughes Dr, Block 1700, fraud, Oct. 7,
11:15 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2100,
petty theft, Oct. 7, 6:15 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
DUI, Oct. 8, 3:13 a.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
petty theft, Oct. 10, 5:15 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
petty theft, Oct. 7,12:30 p.m.
James L Redman Pkwy, Block 2600,
retail theft, Oct. 6,12:05 p.m.
Juniper Place, Block 2900, murder
attempt, Oct. 6, 11:45 p.m.
N Johnson St, Block 2300, residence
burglary, Oct. 8, 7 p.m.
N Wheeler St, Block 1200, criminal
mischief, Oct. 6,10:33 p.m.
N Wilder Rd, Block 700, battery, Oct.
6, 12 p:m.
N Park Rd/E Spencer St, driving
while license suspended or revoked,



23, 11:21 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 23, 6:09 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 24, 11:08 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 24,1:05 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Oct. 25, 6:45 p.m.
Maryland Ave S, Block 10, theft, Oct.
22, 10:34 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3200, criminal
mischief, Oct. 24, 6:28 a.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 3200, theft, Oct.
24, 6:26 a.m.
Pineway Dr N, Block 2900, criminal
mischief, Oct. 20, 5:28 a.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, drug law violation,
Oct. 21,10:23 a.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, drug law violation,
Oct. 21, 7:45 a.m.
Reece Rd, Block 4900, assault/
battery, Oct. 20, 2:34 a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3400, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 25, 2:32 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, assault/
battery, Oct. 25, 1:25 a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, dis-
turbance, Oct. 24, 10:33 p.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, illegal
dumping, Oct. 22, 5:59 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, loud
party, Oct. 25, 11:34 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4000, noise
complaint, Oct. 25, 7:54 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd/Trapnell Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 25, 1:19 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1800, illegal
dumping, Oct. 24, 1:50 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 3100, livestock
investigation, Oct. 21, 2:52 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 700, livestock
investigation, Oct. 21,4:02 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 700, livestock
investigation, Oct. 21, 5:07 p.m.
Spring Head Lp, Block 2800, stolen
vehicle, Oct. 23, 2:26 p.m.
Timberlane Dr W/Trapnell Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Oct. 20, 6:17 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 1300, stolen
vehicle, Oct. 25, 10:59 a.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 1800, assault/
battery, Oct. 20, 3:26 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Smith Ryals Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Oct. 25, 1:19 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Pippin Rd, DUI, Oct.
19,12:28 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Turkey Creek, drug
law violation, Oct. 23, 9:44 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 2200, theft, Oct. 20,
6:11 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 2400, business bur-
glary, Oct. 20,8:53 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 3400, business bur-
glary, Oct. 20, 7:42 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 3800, business bur-
glary, Oct. 23, 6:51 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block 5300, criminal
mischief, Oct. 20, 10:06 a.m.


9:23 a.m.,
Plantation Grove Ct, Block 1500,
battery, Oct. 8, 5:39 p.m.
S Frontage Rd, Block 300, drug
investigation, Oct. 7, 6:40 a.m.
S Gibbs St, Block 700, petty theft,
Oct. 10, 5:11 a.m.
S Wheeler St, Block 500, vehicle
theft, Oct. 11, 9:20 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 2800, crimi-
nal mischief, Oct. 10, 2 p.m.
W Reynolds St, Block 1800, grand
theft, Oct. 7, 5:50 p.m.
Westwind Dr, Block 4700, vehicle
burglary, Oct. 8, 8 p.m.

33567
Brookstone Way, Block 1700, aggra-
vated battery, Oct. 10, 9:10 p.m.


IKeyword Crime Track-
er, to find the locations
of eight major felony
crimes in your area.



Wallace Rd/Sandy Curve Dr, resi-
dential burglary, Oct. 24, 5:59 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 2500, drug law
violation, Oct. 21, 6:44 p.m.

33567
Arch Mcdonald Dr, Block 2100,
neighbor trouble, Oct. 19, 7:07 p.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8400, noise complaint,
Oct. 22, 12:50 a.m.
CR 39 S/SR 60 E, traffic crash/
injuries, Oct. 19, 6:17 p.m.
County Line Rd S, Block 6400,
discharge firearm, Oct. 19, 1:42 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 5200, neighbor
trouble, Oct. 25,10:59 a.m.
Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5300, crimi-
nal mischief, Oct. 21, 11:43 a.m.
Hopewell Manor Rd, Block 200,
noise complaint, Oct. 19, 4:52 a.m.
James L Redman Pw, Block 4300,
loose animal, Oct. 22, 8:22 p.m.
James L Redman Pw/Colson Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Oct. 19, 6:16 p.m.
Keysville Rd E/CR 39 S, noise com-
plaint, Oct. 19, 2:42 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/Turkey Creek Rd,
fire, Oct. 20, 6:31 p.m.
Mary Ivy Dr, Block 8600, drug house
complaint, Oct. 23, 2:57 p.m.
Nesmith Rd/English Rd, loose ani-
mal, Oct. 21, 2:04 a.m.
Nichols Rd, Block 1900, animal call,
Oct. 23, 8:54 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 1200, illegal dumping,
Oct. 22, 12:52 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 4000, disturbance,
Oct. 22, 12:20 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 4300, assault/battery,
Oct. 19, 6:59 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, theft, Oct. 19,
10:48 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 1500, illegal dumping,
Oct. 22, 12:41 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 4300, assault/
battery, Oct. 19, 6:58 p.m.
Swilley Lp, Block 800, stolen vehicle,
Oct. 20,11:02 a.m.
Swilley Lp, Block 800, stolen vehicle,
Oct. 21, 6:26 p.m.
Swilley Rd, Block 1200, disturbance,
Oct. 22,10:55 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 1600, criminal
mischief, Oct. 20,10:40 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 4500, resi-
dential burglary, Oct. 23,5:25 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 7200, crimi-
nal mischief, Oct. 21, 3:54 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Whitehead Rd,
criminal mischief, Oct. 21, 10:55 a.m.

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master bedroom set
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813-759-8864
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 43

NOTICE OF PROPOSED ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE ANNEXING CERTAIN PROPERTY TO THE |
CITY OF PLANT CITY AND REDEFINING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY TO INCLUDE
SAID PROPERTY.

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



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

The proposed enactment of said ordinance, following second reading, shall be considered by the City Commission at its meeting in the Sadye G. Martin Auditorium of the Nettie 0
Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street (City Hall), Plant City, Florida, on November 24, 2008, at 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, at which
time interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard with respect to the proposed ordinance.
All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, he will need a record o
of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal -
is to be based. o
.In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City i
Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing.
The proposed ordinance, which includes the complete legal description by metes and bounds of the area proposed to be annexed, may be inspected by the public at the office of
the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida.
Brief general descriptions of the areas proposed to be annexed are as follows:

ANX-2007-12: Approximately 2.157 acres located North of Charlie Griffin Road, South of Alexander St. S., East of Mud Lake Road and West bf Baptist Church Road S.
(folio # 091424.0075; 1103 West Alexander Street).
ANX-2008-01: Approximately 2.134 acres located North of Highway 92 E., South of Interstate 4, East of Wiggins Road North and West of County Une Road (folio #
090396.0000; 4119 S. Frontage Road).
ANX-2008-02: Approximately .314 acres located at Lot 13, Block 1 of Dorene Terrace, Unit 4, according to the map of plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 45, Page
72 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida (folio # 090322.1206; 2407 Karen Drive).
ANX-2008-03: Approximately .52 acres located North Charlie Griffin Road, South of Alexander St. S., East of Mud Lake Road and West of Baptist Church Road S. (folio
# 205160.7725; 1001 Fairwinds Circle).


The maps showing the area to be annexed are as follows:


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ANX-2007-12 and ANX-2008-03


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