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Publication Date: February 11, 2009
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WEDNESDAY,FEBRUARY 11, 2009



PLAN CIT 7Y


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The Buddy System

Special-ed
students and
their buddies
are brought
together at
the third
annual
EveryBuddies
Beautiful
Fashion
Show.
STORY, PAGE 12


Man's Best Friend
Some Walden Lake
residents are raising
money to establish a
dog park at the
community's former
polo field.
Page 11

Celebrating History
Plant City's
celebration of Black
History Month will
include a banquet,
gospel sing and a
parade.
Page 16


Plant City High senior
Rachel Hallman, the
2008 Miss Teen Heart
of Plant City and Miss
August in the Plant
City High School cal-
endar, was emcee
during the show.


ITibune photos by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
The king and queen of this year's EveryBuddies Beautiful Fashion Show and pageant were Lonnie Coston, left,
and Francis Holbrook, second from right, who were escorted by Plant City High School 2008 Homecoming
Queen Shambria Young, right, and Homecoming King Duran Lowe. The event was held Jan. 23.


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After A Fashion
An audience of about
600 was on hand for
the Florida Strawlberry
Festival Fashion Show
and Luncheon.
Page 34

The Big Time
Two Plant City High
footbalLstars, Denzel
Drone and Duran
Lowe, will continue
their playing careers at
Division I colleges.
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Williams To Retire After Decades With Plant City Schools


PLANT CITY Katharin Wil-
liams, formerly known as
Katharin Timmons, will retire
at the end of the school year
after spending her career
since 1974 teaching students
with learning disabilities in
Plant City schools, first at
Tomlin Junior
High and now
Plant City High.
At Plant City
High, she is the
department
head for the
exceptional edu-
Williams cation depart-
ment. For her retirement, she
would like to have a gathering
of former students and is
asking them to contact her.
"To see these students and
their families would be a
sweet ending to a career that I
have loved so dearly," she
said.
Williams can be contacted
at the school at (813) 757-
9370, ext. 263 (or voice mail
599). Her e-mail address is
Williams@sdhc.kl23.fl.

lub Spotlights Students
With High SAT Scores
PLANT CITY Every other


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist


month the 1270 Club at Plant
City High School meets for
students to celebrate the
achievement of a 1270 on the
SAT with math and critical
reading scores or a 28 on the
ACT.
All students who have
reached these scores are eligi-
ble for membership and to
attend a reception in their
honor.
Students meeting the 1270
standard are placed in the
highest tier of the Bright Fu-
tures Scholarship Program.
Students with the top eight
scores at Plant City High also
receive reserved parking plac-
es.
The exams can be retaken
and scores are reassessed
every two months.


Plant City High School
Attending the January meeting of the Plant City High School 1270 Club were, front row, left, Brianna
Corzine, Kathleen Hencke, Amanda Napier, Jensen Harlow, Victoria Capezza, Matthew Norman, Erika
Kolakowski, Dylan Kenyon, Daniel Wadi, Eddie Rosenbaum; second row, left, Shivani Desai, Kustin
Stewart, Clinton Clark, Victor Salgado, Andrew Orso, John Coleman, Jessica Glover, third row, left,
Megan Cochran, Devyn Johnson, Kate Wicker, Rebecca Sperry, Bob Carty, Jenna Miller, Austin Wheel-
er, Xavier Vega; and fourth row, left, Alexandria Vallianatos, Kaysey Gilbreath, Lauren Clark, Megan
Willaford, John Kenney and Michael PoppelL


11-Year-Old FFA Member
To Speak At Meeting
PLANT CITY Clint Walden,
an 11-year-old with Turkey
Creek Middle School's FFA


chapter, was the guest speaker
at the meeting Jan. 15 of the
Plant City Civitan Club at
BuddyFreddys restaurant in
Plant City
He is the son of Carney and
Terry Walden.


His grandparents are Ver-
non and Barbara Porter and
Charlotte Walden.


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Plant City High School
The Plant City High School academic team participated in the University of Florida Winter Brain
Bowl. Participating were, front row, left, Amanda Henry, Michelle Baird, Victoria Capezza, Erika Kola-
kowski, Katelynn McElrath, Jessica Wicker; and back row, left, Jonathan Scott, coach Bob Meredith,
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BETTY BRIGGS
Continued From Page 3


Plant City High Team
Competes In Brain Bowl
PLANT CITY The Plant City
High Academic Team recently
participated in the University
of Florida Winter Brain Bowl.


More than 57 schools from
across the competed.
Amanda Henry, Nathan
Cruzado, Katelynn McElrath,
Jonathan Scott and Jessica
Wicker competed for the ju-
nior varsity team, and the
varsity team included Michelle
Baird, Bryars Byrd, Victoria
Cappezza, Jon Kenney and
Erika Kolakowski.
Although the teams did not
make it to the final round,


Kenney and Kolakowski were
recognized for individual high
scores. The students also had
and opportunity to tour the
university.
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Things To Do is a list of some of the
most interesting upcoming events. For
a complete list of Tampa Bay area
events, see this week's Friday Extra.

Today

State Fair
Is Here!
Elvis impersonators, se-
quin-clad showgirls and cho-
reographed musical perform-
ers will bring a taste of Las
Vegas to this year's Florida
State Fair. Events will include
a Las Vegas-style tribute to
half-time shows and the na-
tional Elvis impersonator
competition finals, in addition
to traditional food, rides and
other attractions for the fami-
ly. And check out the choco-
late-covered bacon!
The fair will open at 9 a.m.
each day through Monday.
Closing times vary depending
on the day, weather condi-
tions and other factors.
Visitors can enjoy an abun-
dance of events, including
professional wrestling demon-
strations, a roller derby cham-
pionship and the Country
Gold Tour 2009, featuring
many popular country singers.
There also will be food ven-
dors, games and prizes.
The fairgrounds are at 4800
U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
Admission is $10 for adults,
$5 for ages 6 to 11 and free for
ages 5 and younger. Parking is
free.
Call (813) 621-7821 or 1-800-
345-3247, or go to www.florida
statefair.com.

Animal
Amour
In honor of Valentine's Day,
singles, couples and groups of
friends are invited to Lowry
Park Zoo, 1101 W Sligh Ave.,
Tampa, for a look at love in
the animal kingdom.
The fourth annual Wild at
Heart Tour and progressive'
dinner will entertain guests
with interesting stories about
the pairing, partnering and


mating habits of the zoo's
residents. Guests will proceed
to various animal habitats,
where they will stop for sal-
ads, candlelight dinner and
dessert.
The event takes place from
6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Friday
and Saturday. Participants
must be 21 or older. Tickets
are $55 for general admission
and $50 for members. For
reservations or information,
call (813) 935-8552, ext. 235.

Friday

The Serious Side
Of Comedy
Keith Deltano will employ
his comedic talents to encour-
age good decision-making
when he brings his show,
"The New Sexual Revolution,"
to Shiloh Baptist Church. The
free 6:30 p.m. show at the
church, 905 W. Terrace Drive,
Plant City, will feature come-
dy, music and food and is
open to all, including parents.
Deltano said his program
addressing teen sexual behav-
ior combines Scripture, audi-


ence interaction and cultural
commentary into an unusual
style of uplifting commentary.
It can, however, be graphic,
and therefore is recom-
mended for ages 13 and older.
He urges parents to view a.
clip of the show at www.Defy-
Conformity
.com.
For information about the
event, go to www.shiloh
baptistpc.org.

Romantic
Melodies
Matt Catingub conducts
The Florida Orchestra in "An
Evening of Romance & Love
Songs" at 8 p.m. in Ferguson
Hall at the Tampa Bay Per-
forming Arts Center, 1010 N.
MacInnes Place, Tampa.
Catingub becomes a virtual
one-man show, switching
back and forth seamlessly on
piano, vocals, sax, flute and
other instruments. The Valen-
tine's celebration features
such standards as "The Shad-
ow Of Your Smile," "When I
Fall In Love" and "They Can't
Take That Away From Me."
Tickets start at $31; call


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Pay $5, grab a spoon and warm
up with chili Saturday at the
19th annual Arts Council of
Plant City Chili Cook-Off.
(813) 229-7827.

Its All
'Nunsense'
Plant City Entertainment's
latest production, "Nunsensa-
tions: The Nunsense Vegas'
Revue," opens this week at
Cornerstone Community
Center, 315 N. Collins St.
The community theater
See THINGS TO DO, Page 42 N



CORRECTIONS
It is the policy of The Tampa -
Tribune to correct all. errors of
fact. To report an error, e-mail
bureau chief Dave Nicholson at
dnicholson@tampatrib.com or
call (813) 865-4432. Corrections
and clarifications appear here.
Mike Nelson is the youth
pastor at Plant City Church of
God. His last name was incor-
rect in an item in the Jan. 28
Plant City Update column about
the church's Feb. 14 Strawberry
Distance Challenge. Also, race
day registration is at 7 a.m. An
incorrect time was published in
the same item.


COMING NEXT WEEK
A Springhead church
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with a food program.



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Tribune photo by JIM REED
Florida State Fair time has rolled around again. Enjoy the sights,
sounds and the smell of chocolate-covered bacon from 9 a.m.
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BETTY BRIGGS

Continued From Page 4

country hit
"Have You For-
gotten?" will
perform Feb. 20
at Dallas Bull, a
Tampa area
nightclub partly
owned by local businessman
Ed Verner. Doors for the con-
cert at the nightclub, 3322 U.S.
301 N., Tampa, will open at 7
p.m.
Cost is $9.95 in advance
through Ticketmaster or $15 at
the door.

Ladies Night Seminar
To Focus On Strokes
PLANT CITY "Brain Attack!
Prevention and Treatment for
Stroke" is the topic of a free
South Florida Baptist Hospital
Ladies Night Out seminar
from 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 19.
Physician John Saranko will
discuss signs and symptoms
of stroke, prevention and new
treatments.
A light dinner will be


served.
Registration is required. Call
(813) 754-4444. The event will
be held in the administration
conference room at the hospi-
tal, 301 N. Alexander St.

First-Time Homebuyers
Get Tips From Broker
PLANT CITY Jo-An Lusk of
Plant City said that Coldwell
Banker Residential Real Es-
tate, where she is a managing
broker, hosted a free seminar
Jan. 29 at Bruton Memorial
Library for first-time home-
buyers.
Attendees received informa-
tion on tax credits, common
issues for first-time buyers
and market conditions. For
information on this or up-
coming seminars, call Lusk at
(813) 754-3586.

Longtime Resident
Cumbie Marks Birthday
PLANT CITY Longtime
resident Lea Cumbie turned 70
Sunday.
Cumbie has lived in Plant
City since she was a teenager,
said her husband of nearly 30
years, Gene.


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Photo from Gene Cumbie
Lea Cumbie celebrated her 70th birthday Sunday. Her husband,
Gene, wants the world to know about "this beautiful lady."


Cumbie said his wife has
seen him through serious
surgery and a nursing home
stay, even quitting her job to
care for him because she "had
a full-time job with me."
"I owe so much to this
beautiful lady. It is time other
people know how wonderful


she is," he said.

Golf Tourney To Help
Colon Cancer Research
The net proceeds of a golf
tournament March 15, Classic
at the Claw, will go to benefit
the colon cancer research


efforts of physician Jorge Mar-
cet at USF Health. This event
will be held at the USF Claw
Golf Course, Tampa, and the
signup fee is $500 per team or
$125 per player.
The first-place team will get
a trip for four to the 2010
Phoenix Open, a $5,000 value.
Marcet is professor in the
surgery department at the
University of South Florida.
For information, call (727)
638-7793.

Guest To Speak At
Bromeliad Guild
The Bromeliad Guild of
Tampa Bay will meet at 7 p.m.
Monday at the Tampa Garden
Club, 2629 Bayshore Blvd.,
Tampa. Guest speaker will be
Steve Hoppin from a bromeli-
ad society of Fort Myers.
"Dividing and Potting Ter-
restrial Bromeliads" will be
the topic. Call (813) 961-1475
for information.
E-mail items to Betty Briggs at
gabylee@tampabay.rr.com; mail
to The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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One of the organization's biggest events is the Youth Parade.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The Plant City
Civitan Club is heading into its
55th year with a legacy of
community service.
Often concentrating its ef-
forts on helping those with
developmental disabilities,
Civitan also sponsors the an-
nual Youth Parade during the
Florida Strawberry Festival,
scholarships for Durant and
Plant City high school students
and other programs.
During a club meeting in
November celebrating its 54th
anniversary, Harold Boswell,
the only surviving charter
member, was recognized by
the club for his dedication and
participation in the civic orga-
nization.
"Harold is a former club
president and secretary," club
President Pat Pogue said. "He
was the longtime chairman of
the club's candy box project,
which raises money for special
education classes. Harold
served as lieutenant governor
on the club's district level. He
also worked for years in the
club's food booth at the Flori-
da Strawberry Festival."
The club's appreciation of
Boswell's efforts was seconded
by Mayor Rick Lott, the club's


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Plant City Civitan Club honored its sole surviving charter member,
Harold Boswell, at a November meeting. From left are club mem-
ber Bill Huntsman, Florida District Governor Lori Clapp, club Presi-
dent Pat Pogue, Sonny Jones, Boswell, Mayor Rick Lott and 2008
Florida Strawberry Festival queen Kristen Smith.


guest speaker for the occasion.
"Many of the people that I
meet mention your name to
me and remember you fond-
ly," Lott said to Boswell during
his presentation. "Over the
years, you and members of the
Civitan Club have helped
See CIVITAN CLUB, Page 9 I-


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Plant City meet the challenge.
You and the club have sup-
ported many events and pro-
jects that build character
within the community. It is
our challenge on the city com-
mission to continue that ef-
fort."
A native of Nebraska, Bos-
well came to Plant City in 1946
following a tour df duty with
the Army Air Corps and mar-
ried the former Faye Rob-
inson.
He has three sons, Benny,
John and Don, six grandchil-
dren and several great-grand-
children.
Boswell worked for Kilgore
Seed and various auto dealer-
ships, including Powell Buick
Pontiac, where he was general
manager from 1958 to 1981.
He was also a deacon for
more than 40 years, a Sunday
school teacher and Sunday
school director at First Baptist
Church of Plant City.
Civitan International was
founded in 1917, and the Plant


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Mayor Rick Lott was joined by festival queen Kristen Smith and
club President Pat Pogue at the November gathering.


City chapter was chartered
Nov. 16, 1954.
Lott mentioned projects
that the club has supported
through the years, including
the Florida Baptist Children's
Home, Bread of Life Mission,
Steppin' Stone Farm, the


United Food Bank, programs
at Tomlin Middle School and
J. S. Robinson Elementary
School, Junior Civitan pro-
grams at Durant and Plant
City high schools and others.
"Groups like the Civitan
Club help Plant City retain its


CIVITAN
YOUTH PARADE
One of the Civitan Club's
biggestfannual events is the
Youth Parade, which this year
is at 11 am. Feb. 28.
"The Plant City Civitan Club
has coordinated the Youth
Parade in Plant City for the
past 36 years, and this year is
no exception," club President
Pat Pogue said. "I have been
visiting local schools as well
as schools in Riverview,
Tampa and Brandon to en-
courage participation in the
local parade."
The parade starts at the State
Farmers Market at Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard and
Alexander Street and moves
north on Alexander, then
west on Reynolds Street.
The parade is not sponsored
by the Florida Strawberry
Festival, but applications can
be accessed from the festi-
val's Web site,,www
.flstrawberryfestival.com.
Click on contest rules and
scroll down to 2009 Youth
Parade.


positive image and character
as the community grows,"
Lott said.

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


HEALTH NOTES
AL ANON MEETING: Hope Al
Anon, a support group for family
and friends of alcoholics, meets
at 7:30 p.m. Monday at St.
Clement Catholic Church, 1104
N. Alexander St., Plant City. Go
to www.tampabayalanon.org or
call (813) 881-9372.
ALLIANCE: A National Alliance
on Mental Illness support group
for east Hillsborough County
meets at 7 p.m. the fourth
Thursday monthly in the Bran-
don area at 1402 Jontilly Place,
near State Road 60 and Hilltop
Drive. The group is designed to
help the loved ones of those
with mental illness but is open
to anyone who is interested in
supporting mental health issues.
Call (813) 571-9811 or go to
www.namihillsborough.org.
CARE CENTER: The Pregnancy
Care Center of Plant City, 304
N. Collins St., offers free preg-
nancy tests, ultrasounds, in-
formation-and confidential sup-
port. The center is open week-
days from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vol-
unteers needed. Call (813) 759-
0886.
Send items to Health Notes, Plant
City Courier & Tribune, 101 N. Wheel-
er St., Plant City FL 33563; e-mail to
dnicholson@tampatrib.com. or fax to
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ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Doter:. DLiergd i[lwun St,
659 6-'iil

AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Allen Chapel: 1109E. laura St, 752-7389
Mount Olive: 1113 W Madison St
Mount Olive: Horton R4 737-2628

APOSTOUC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson Rd, 737-3496
Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ:
1212 i Rern-.L,. i" 51i0l

ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Abundant Life: Plineut,i A

Bethany: ,94 Jh I- A I
thinUlt'hisai '5-5--1
Camary Fellowship:
11/0.\ in'nl1 "5.' '-.~i 5
Christian Life Assembly:
i310 iMltier Al. 6,'--0.i2
Doier First. SA' '4- il" ic t.%i .w#.!k)
Faith Temple: I-4 .u itllxin.Il'.
Flk t uii hl llle ~.' Ji2
Faith Lighthouse: ._ R39'A "V2-.1'5
in/.'tvir Ci(l (tAlphtciri finn l Pd
U ,:'f/S3% s 52.33iI
Fon kMafia: 1 'nir rifniith ilimr, 39


Mounti ion: t .ii raTi,,. ,i.. fit "il. Ir.i f
Pleasant Groie. hirtirin .'tt,. 8. /,'.".5./
Victor) 'orship Center: (.''i.rti .iilJ hd

SIdne): \a'dt:l' Iln IR miL '/
'JrneWi 1thner iiT (.v tril
Turke) Creek: I.arke ('reel' R.I. 5-. -2

BAPTIST
.Uat a: h/rt s ,.nr f,, o.. i /'ii.

Uiali' Bapdtt" 222. al Il'ui rl Rd

ntidoch: /hir/an t. "Rd ?'30
Berea- 5P39 > ".> /.L'
Beth-ly C:r' rd 52'.M
Bethel: vI)I 11 Re'nful %t, -i4 .-'29'
Beulah:. Utlk' ('vtinli l 't- 'd'
lui11 t3 1122
Bible: Juirht. (.nifi R.1 -5 2- "i
Burchvood Temple: L tid Ilr ,. .R i'%

(ahiar) Free Will: I'39 ir, /il. ii-l"
(edar Groie: I e' ,lleRI -f 1211
central of jidua: Ai'.'i.in .-' As'i '/At I,'d
Church on the Rock: ftll I i .,An.,k

(ommuniq) (hristian:
Iill \ ilunn.,n.\ln -_ .5?.
(rossroads: kA.9 Piviw n-

Countrside BapisL Churrh:
liiJ2 ldiJnei Rd i5. 2l,.


BAPTIST CONTDO
Doier First -. Gai.tilr hk ,.y.lW)
EasuAide: 1.l t l., lrhin mt -i44.2r.l
Eams Thonotosassax: "lto,:,"l
C Aatigat -6nrju A .I, 1i6 -i3.
Faith Temple Primitive:
808 W Washington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
MiduwayRd, 752-7209
First Baptist Lithia: Intersection ofSR39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City. 503 N. Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
McIntoshRd, 986-4756
Greater New Mt Zion Freewill Baptist Church:
3041 Daniels Road, 813-752-3985
Harmony Baptist Church:
6008W. Knights Griffin Rd, 986-7165
Hopeweaver: 567-5548
Hopewell: SR 39 S, 737-3053
Knights: Paul Buchman Hwy, 752-4972
Lebanon: Branch Forbes Rd, 752-2006
Lone Oak: Lone Oak Rd, 754-5278
Mount Moriah Freewill:
Wianrm & Johv cnn it 714-4307
Mount Moriah Frecnill-
21.42 l./wia, l. "'". I 's'
Mount Ollie:. Ot Ii illSt i -i54.393i
New Hope Freeill Baptist Church:
31/(.il ,itii Liri l e AT'r
New ML Zion Freewill: 3iil Ci.iiat!, A,.
-i2. 9 ,5
Nordtiide: I ilh .' irN it v. .5 2--
Oihii \irpnri,',l "52-ir 'l
Plant City Primitie: 5r'. A Etf'r vt

Pleasmant Grose First: Irk,';i "'t Ald

Shiloh Baptis (Church:
-4Sil i TTA& 'r. "---I'
Springhead: iA (rqnis "m'-i-.-",'
SL Luke Missionar): Iii't S iSinrnc' Ni

SL Mar)'-i. freeill: lui'rr.;- ire,. It

SL M iar M sionar: M(lH '/I 61'

SL Mar)'s (ommunit) Chun h:
'- I L niri it '_i 0.0lo
S)dnel: /tIlh' ri' Mit 6'.W li2
Turke) Creek Community Baptist Church:
i-,' r hrke, (it-k /1 ;,i -'. 122 1
hirke) Creek Firs:t Tiipia.llkt
-52. -rt
Viclorn Mis.onarl: tl.,i ii .;
Welcome BaptLis: I Ii i l,,i.,,Ie
( i i rL i t i /1 3 "%' .N,'
Wei-c.ide: -i""'1 U tr,.,i'/.ihi
"-i2 /.1
Whitehur.t Rd. tll %v IItwiieri /.I1.


PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Little Union: l/li.'.'..,'al. ,1, d
lh i i (' ''i


Salem Prinmtie:
144 1'- ,il ,'ii h 1in ,l t. ,i,, ./ '

CATHOLIC
St Clement: ml1x mii.,te? t I
752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd. 938N. Wilder Rd, 752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
Laura St 1310 E. laura St, 752-2858
Springhead: Wiggins Rd, 754-1485

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

CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
Cornerstone Christian: Mclntosh Rd,
NofSR574

CHRISTIAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
New Grace: 1214E. Laura St

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn.)
Dover: Downwing St, 659-2900
Plant City: 2103 Mudake Rd, 752-4591
Turhey Creek: Turkey Creek Rd
a1 /i 60, 737-1331
Thonotosassa:
I -N. TaylorRd 986-1916

CHURCH, OF GOD
(Arnderson, Indiana)
Kingsway First 2808 KingswayN.,
qi7,er, 657-7500
Fnrt: N. Gordon.and Baker St,
'- .6438
Gospel Tabernacle: Allen & Haines St
Ihrkey Creek Church of God:
i./12 S. Turkey Creek Rd, 813-737-1311

EPISCOPAL
SL Peter's: 301 N. Carey St,
-?2 i5061

HOUNESS
Deliverance Tabernacle:
i'fiV. iGrant St.
Refige Church of Our Lord.
-2, WBallSt.

INDEPENDENT
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
.'11 Sammonds R4 754-3843
Restoration Assembly:
1(. '. tvers St.
bE-.ngelists for Jesus Tabernacle:
R i'4, of Dover 659-0102

INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Caihary Chapel Plant City:.
I/ i North Shannon Ae., 892-0510
(hrIstian Growth Center:
lil' N. Shannon, 719-2909
INTERDENOMINAll0NAL (Cont'd)
(owenant Bible Church: 1001 East Baker St,
,ih 200, 754-4920


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(r ,iU.t liRl /) 3V. \
Reiial Outreach (enler.
2251 \ % ql-nrRjd 6'./ 2i

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall: 3202 N. MarylandAve,
752-3345

LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Church of Jesus Christ LDS:
1805N. Park Rd, 752-6364

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Phlid 72-4I22
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud LakeRd, 52.Q '

NAZARENE
Plant City Communit) Church ot the
Nazarene2402MIJ,!ih R.,td -_i -'S3

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellowship:
WMcLinAve.
Full Gospel Tabernaile.
2311Sammonds Rd, i:-1 i
Greater Love Christian Center:
1109X FranklinSt, -59V2A'
Impact Family Worship (enter:
Meets at Seffner lenit,' ir
School 657-7914
Kainos International Churdi of Florida:
902 .Renfo St. 764.i1, lj
Grace Bible Ministries:
335 E Robertson, Bit., ni,
754-2674
St Luke Independent Churmth
809 LauraSt, 813-7i' / -.
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N. Gordon St, (6 2'24
Youman's Praise and Worship (enter:
US. 92

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church.
3820 MoomsLakeRIt lt'r ,'.-i.12il

PENTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Famil) %tornhip (enter.
3301 ClemonsRd, 7 -. -.
Plant City Foursquare Chunrh:
602S. EersSt, 759--:'.
New Hope Worship Center:
803 WMahoney St, ". -.1i

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Dover: Moores Lak ,1. I.t a,,,
ChurchRd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 yler St, 754-5.i,
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant (it}
"1107 Charlie Griffin R.I "'. *',"
PRESBYTERIAN (Cont'd)
First Presbyterian Plant Cit}:
404 W Reynolds St, "52-'211


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SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Walk nith God Ministry:
154HO S 5--4 A.ler 659 r'.II

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
Plant City: 2203Strawerny Dr,
752-4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MM fISTRIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism") .
2011 South WigginsRd., 813-754-3224.

SOUTHERN METHODIST
Firnt: 10' 1 ihilj.n Ril -5 5 A.

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United C(hurh:
-'14 Inh.4 P ner e, RL \,ilr,.,.


UNITED METHODIST
(ork: fhli 1 %a Iii iot R/ I.

Doier Fir4- t1..,n 1 R.it10
lA.il.iq (ilrcd Rd. (.5-l4/i
First Plant (ity): ?i % ftur it,
-i4.'5/9
GraIe. 001s F C'hr, In 0.. ? 18
Sunset Heights: italerOr iOr 2'-i/
Springht:ad: 21.; p/ rkwal. R.,
"52. 'i-5/
St. luke: W," ihi',tv - .f
n]onoioa';.L hiol M a'ti H',,' a
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Innit) Plant City:


WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach Church ot
Plant (iit:
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Golfing Event Benefits Proposed Dog Park


Walden Lake
supporters are
raising money for
the facility.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Dog lovers
living in Walden Lake are try-
ing to raise $22,000 to help
establish a park for man's best
friend.
Supporters want to set up
the dog park, complete with
fences and picnic tables, at the
former polo field off Griffin
Boulevard, between Timber-
lane and Spring Hammock
drives. First considered three
years ago when residents con-
sidered uses for the expansive
grassy area, the Walden Lake
Community Association -an-
nounced Jan. 21 that the dog
park was approved for con-
struction.
Jan Griffin, the president of
the association, said the facil-
ity would be financed by mon-
ey raised by those supporting
the park.
"None of the money to build
or maintain the dog park will
come from the Walden Lake


community general fund,"
Griffin said.
Angela Inzerillo, a spokes-
woman for the committee that
planned the dog park, said the
first fundraiser will be a golf
tournament at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive, on Feb. 20,
starting at 1 p.m.
Those who wish to partici-
pate in the golf tournament
can contact Inzerillo at (813)
230-4453 or view the details at
www.waldenlakedogpark
.com.
Entry fees range from $75
for an individual green fee to
$500 for a hole sponsorship,
Inzerillo said. All participants
receive one round of golf at
Walden Lake's Lakes Course,
food and beverages, chances
to win door prizes, golf compe-
titions and drawings.
Major sponsors at the event
include Miller Lite and Taylor-
made Golf.
The dog park will be located
on 2 fenced acres of the former
polo field. It will feature two
fenced areas for dogs to run
and play. One area will be
designed for larger dogs and a
separate area for smaller dogs.
Covered sitting areas with pic-


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St. Clement
Catholic Church
Saturday
4:00pm English
Sunday
7:00am & 10:30am English
8:15am & 7:00pm Spanish (Espahiol)

1104 N. Alexander St.
Plant City, FL 33563
(Off 1-4, Exit 21 South)
(813)752-8251l
St. Clement Preschool
Accepting ages 3 to 5 years old
(813) 754-1237 or (813)478-1185
0002656130-01


The dog park will be located-on 2 fenced acres of
the former polo field and will feature two fenced
areas for dogs to run and play. One area will be
designed for larger dogs and a separate area for
smaller dogs. Covered sitting areas with tables, a
message board and watering facilities for the dogs


also are part of the plan.

nic tables, a community mes-
sage board and watering facil-
ities for the dogs and pups are
also part of the master plan.
The fields hosted regular po-
lo matches for a number of
years, but the sport hasn't
been played there recently.
The target grand opening is
slated for June, Inzerillo said.
In a prepared statement, In-


zerillo said the project has
been controversial. Some resi-
dents do not feel that the dog
park would fit their needs.
"Residents who don't own
dogs might not want to pay for
this new community amenity,"
Inzerillo said. In that light, the
Walden Lake Community As-
sociation board decided the
dog park will be funded


SHILOH
BAPTIST
CHURCH
Joe Bowles, Pastor
Sunday School for All Ages
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Sunday Worship Services
10:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
1st Sat. of the month
10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.
Women's Scrapbooking & Crafting Day
Wednesday Worship 6:15 p.m.
Activities for Children
& Students: 6:00 p.m. E;
Thursday 6:30 p.m. E
Men's Bible Study
905 W. Terrace Dr. (oPspaJ ia, 8
752-8345


though fundraising activities,
and no assessment fees will be
used to pay for the facility.
Inzerillo said a dog park
committee is trying to raise the
money through donations and
sponsorships. Residents can
purchase engraved pavers to
pay tribute to a family mem-
ber, business or lovable pet.
Each paver, holds up to 13
characters per line with three
lines and costs $100. The dead-
line to submit paver informa-
tion and payment is Feb. 28,
she said.
For information, call Ste-
phanie Springbom at (813)
728-8802.

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


LONE OAK
BAPTIST CHURCH
3505 Lone Oak Road, Plant City
Ph. 754-5278
Sunday School- 10:00 A.M
MorningWorship 11:00A.M.
EveningWorship 6:00 P.M. 8
Wednesday -Adult & Youth Ministries
7:00 RM.
Kerry D. Beaty Pastor



f UNITED
METHODIST

303 N. Evers Street
East of City Hall
813-754-3519
Pastor Earl Smith
WORSHIP HOURS
8:00 am Chapel Communion
9:00 am Contemporary Worship
In The Wesley Centre
10:00 am Sunday School
(Children Adult)
11:00 am Traditional Worship
In The Sanctuary
Wednesday Evenings
Children's Program
1 5:00 7:30 pm
Youth Program
4:30 7:30 pm
Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors
www.FirstChurchPlantCity.com
0002656342-01


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Something For EveryBuddy


Missy Kidd lends a hand at
the program.


Tori Davis helps out atthe
fundraiser.


Daniel Murphy went all out in the preparation of his costume by living out his fantasy of being an angel waving to
his Earthbound friends. He is escorted by Missy Adum, his glamorous Best Buddy.


Students compete in categories at a Plant City High
fashion fundraiser sponsored by the school's cosmetology department.
Models included students in walkers or wheelchairs.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY The third annual Eve-
ryBuddies Beautiful Fashion Show
and pageant brought applause and
cheers from students, parents and
teachers alike.
The Jan. 23 fundraiser for Plant City
High School's Best Buddies club is
sponsored by the school's cosmetology
department, -the Career and Technical
Student Association and Skills USA. The


event brought together about 150 spe-
cial-education students and 300 stu-
dents from the general student body.
Students competed in four catego-
ries of dress including: Glam & Glitz;
Wild & Way Out; Heritage; and Sports-
wear. They modeled clothing that
ranged from casual and Western wear
to superhero costumes.
The models included some students
in walkers or wheelchairs, including
one who waved a Tampa Bay Bucca-


neers flag.
"This is a production that the stu-
dents truly look forward to each year,"
said Laurel Ritenbaugh, a cosmetology
teacher at the school. "A lot of work
goes into the planning, costumes and
choreography. But it's well worth it in
the end. We will work to make it better
each year."
Ritenbaugh is the school's SkillsUSA
adviser and organizer of the fashion
show and pageant.


Caty Mindedhal was an em-
cee at the event.


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Fredi Cary, the Hillsborough County
schools manager for communications
and marketing for career, technical and
adult education, .attended the Best
Buddies fundraiser for the first time.
"This was an amazing event put on
by students and staff," Cary said. "It
was a joy to watch and obviously a joy
to be a part of. The parents and stu-
dents seemed to have a great time."
Although the show and pageant last-
ed about 90 minutes, there was a


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Stephen Corsi, last year's king of the fash-
ion show, enjoys his time on stage, dressed
in a tuxedo and escorted by Laura Beasley,
left, Autumn Parrish and Millied Molina.


The 2009 Best Buddies train is engineered by Evan Gales, left, and followed down the tracks by Vir-
ginia Bochy, Danielle Collymore, Jasmine Jones, Shauna Collymore, Austin Gress and anchored by an
unidentified caboose.


Costumes were in at the EveryBuddies Beau-
tiful Fashion Show as Best Buddies Chelsea
Hall, left, Angela Cappezzu and Katherine
Weyer take the stage.


Francisco Zarate, center, steps back as two of his Best Buddies put on a cowgirl show. April Sapp,
left, spun a lariat above her head and lassoed McKenzie Hostetter before she could get away.


In the Sportswear competition, Best Buddies
Lizzie Schmidt, left, Javaras Stevenson and
Haylee Dietrich show they are ready to play
ball with their major league hats, wooden
and aluminum bats, and fielders mitt.


15-minute delay to get the sound sys-
tem running and minor delays during
the production. Scheduled to start at 7
p.m., the event lasted until about 9
p.m.
"I can't tell you how much fun this
was. Years ago, exceptional students
were too often kept in the back of the
classroom," Cary said. "But the Best
Buddies program takes these wonder-
ful students and places them front and
center. They seem to just love the


chance to be on stage. I couldn't get
enough. They were wonderful."
Students Lonnie Coston and Francis
Holbrook were selected as the pag-
eant's king and queen, school Principal
Colleen Richardson said.
Michael Paul, an agriculture teacher
at the school, was invited to attend by.
agriculture student Adam Quagliani, an
exceptional student who was compet-
ing in the program.
"Several of my students are partici-


pating tonight," Paul said. "Adam's
Best Buddy, Summer Norris, is also an
ag student."
The Best Buddies club pairs special
education students with students who
serve as mentors.
"Best Buddies is a good link between
special-education students and the
students in the general population. The
special-ed students are fused into the
general population. Just by being in
common classes, all the students pros-


per," Paul said.
The Best Buddies club is part of a
nationwide organization created by the
Kennedy Foundation to support spe-
cial-education students in middle
schools, high schools and in the busi-
ness community. Best Buddies is the
largest extracurricular club at Plant City
High, with more than 500 students
involved.
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Paul said he sees students
benefit from the program.
"Adam is pretty outgoing
anyway, but I have seen him
draw closer to the other stu-
dents during his two years in
the Best Buddies club," he
said.
Lauren Roberts, an English
teacher at the school, said Best
Buddies is one of the most
interactive programs on cam-
pus and one that she strongly
wants to support.
"I know a number of stu-
dents-who have been involved
in Best Buddies," Roberts said.
"When it comes time to join
clubs, the students in my class
always look to Best Buddies
and Special Olympics. They
can see the value in participat-
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Black History Month activities, including.a parade and gospel show, are set for Friday and Saturday.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY -A two-day cele-
bration of Black History
Month, including a parade,
gospel music and more, kicks
off Friday with a banquet.
Sharon Moody, chairwoman
of the sixth annual Plant City
Black Heritage Festival and Pa-
rade, said the festivities will
help mark the legacy of the
Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and
the election of President Ba-
rack Obama.
"President Barack Obama is
the beginning of the fulfill-
ment of the dream of Dr.
King," she said. "We, the peo-
ple, are coming together as a
community to make a com-
mitment to help our president
bring change to our communi-
ty and our country for genera-
tions to come."
Activities are planned for
Friday and Saturday, mostly at
the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The celebration starts with
the Heritage Banquet at 6 p.m.
Friday at the recreation center.


The keynote speaker is H. Fra-
zier Brockington. He and his
wife, Dorothy Lewis, are the
pastors of the New Directions
Family Worship Center Of
Candler.
"Dr. Brockington is highly
acclaimed in matters of spiri-
tual strength and deliverance,"
Moody said. "He has a long list
of degrees, accomplishments,
appointments, writings, certif-
icates and community activ-
ities."
Brockington was pastor of
Mount Moriah Missionary
Baptist Church in Plant City
from 1986 to 1990, and has
been a chaplain with the Ocala
Police Department since 2003.
He works with his wife in the
Brockington Group to provide
services, counseling and psy-
chotherapy to group homes,
businesses, families and indi-
viduals. He is a teacher, expos-
itor, lecturer, motivational
speaker, writer, publisher and
consultant.
Brockington is expected to
use his unique style in dis-
cussing community, family
and interpersonal relations.


During the banquet, awards
will be presented, including:
Eleanor West, a 97-year-
old Sunday school teacher at
Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church and longtime piano
teacher, will be presented the
2009 Heritage Award.
Anna Reitz, a volunteer in
several community service or-
ganizations and local charity
groups, will be named the win-
ner of the Humanitarian
Award.
Jim McDaniel will be cited
as the Outstanding Citizen
Award winner for his work as
the city's community devel-
opment director and his ser-
vice to various civic organiza-
tions.
The Plant City Kiwanis
Club will receive a Community
Service Award in recognition
of its work last year to benefit'
more than 3,000 children.
A Cornerstone Award will
be presented to Mount Moriah
Missionary Baptist Church.
The church and congregation
always lend "a helping hand to
aid the general community,"
Moody said. "They offer space


for meetings and often donate
to many community events."
Lily Mae Jackson, 100, will
receive a lifetime achievement
award. "Miss Jackson is still
active at. Mount Moriah,"
Moody said. "She is very ded-
icated to the church, was a
choir member for many de-
cades, and attends church
faithfully with a number of her
grandchildren and great-
grandchildren."
The celebration continues
on Saturday. Vendors will
open at 9 a.m. at the recreation
center, and the parade will
form at 1 p.m. at Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard and
Wheeler Street. The 50 to 60
units expected in the parade
will head east on the boulevard
to the recreation center.
The parade features 17-year-
old Bernard "B.K." Jackson, a
saxophone player who has
built a strong reputation in
music ministry. Jackson has
been dazzling audiences with
his musical skills since he was
10 and has won numerous.
awards, including the 2008
'Capital Jazz Fest Competition.


Jackson has opened shows for
renowned artists including
Tony Bennett and B.B. King.
"Jackson is considered one
of the best young saxophonists
out there," said Steve Wilson, a
board member and organizer
of the festival and parade.
Jackson will appear in the
parade and perform a one-
hour concert at the recreation
center, Wilson said.
The young musician attends
Howard W. Blake High School
for the Performing Arts in
Tampa, where he is a senior
and a member of the Jazz
Ensemble. He is also a mem-
ber of the Ruth Eckerd Hall
Conservatory Jazz Combo,
Ruth Eckerd Hall Big Band,
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
Men of Tomorrow and the
National Honor Society.
Entries in the parade will
also include city officials and
celebrities, fire and police de-
partments, the Hillsborough
County Sheriffs Office, civic
organizations, school bands
and floats.

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By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
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PLANT CITY -- Mardi Gras
Extravaganza, a fundraiser for
the fight against multiple scle-
rosis, will be held Feb. 21 at St.
Clement Catholic Church.
The seventh annual edition
of the dinner and dance will be
at St. Clement's Cronin Hall,
1104 N. Alexander St. Tickets
are $12; $7 for children 4 and
younger. The ticket price in-
cludes dinner, music, dancing,
door prizes and more.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Sponsorships ranging from
$100 to $1,500 are available.
All money raised at the
event goes to research, in the
hope that one day a cure will
be found for the disease, which
affects the central nervous sys-
tem.
Carol Rodriguez, chairwom-
an of the fundraiser, has a son,
Anthony, who was diagnosed
with the disease. She said she
knows first-hand how sup-
portive the Plant City commu-
nity can be.


Photo from Carol Rodriguez
Teacher Anthony Rodriguez,
who has multiple sclerosis, is
helping his mother, Carol, orga-
nize a Feb. 21 fundraiser to help
find a cure for MS.

"When people come togeth-
er, they can make a differ-
ence," Rodriguez said. "The
battle to find a cure for mul-
tiple sclerosis is a long one, but
this fundraiser is another step
toward finding a cure."
Rodriguez said she learned
her son had MS when he was
18.
"I cried, hoping it wasn't
true," she said in an e-mail.
"But I knew it was MS. We
already had two other family
members with the disease. I
sat in the doctor's office won-
dering how I was going to tell


the rest of my family about
Anthony's diagnosis."
The disease was diagnosed
March 27, 2001, when her son
was a senior at Plant City High
School. Since then, she and
her family have made it their
mission to do what they can to
help find a cure for MS.
Anthony, 26, graduated in
2007 from the University of
South Florida with a degree in
information systems. He is
working as a technical educa-
tion teacher at a Lakeland high
school.
He said he feels no sign of
the MS, but he has to keep his
stress levels under control. He
admits that is a pretty tall
order for a high school teacher.
"I have been blessed that my
diagnosis was made at an early
age," Anthony said. "There are
a lot of very smart people like
Dr. Stanley Krolczyk, neurolo-
gist in the MS division at USF.
His group is working hard to
find a cure. Because of their
continued involvement, I feel
hopeful that a cure will come
to help young people who
have the disease one day be
free to live a long and healthy

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Following the parade, festiv-
ities will continue at the recre-
ation center until about 8 p.m.,
organizing officials said. Activ-
ities will include a battle of the
bands and a performance of
African dance by Sharon Hall-
back Lee's I Can Dance group.
Other Saturday activities in-
clude a performance by the



MARDI GRAS

Continued From Page 18

life."
Krolczyk will be the guest
speaker at the extravaganza.
Anthony has been involved
with all the fundraisers headed
up by his mother for about
seven years.
"As much as I -help, it is
nothing compared to the
amount of time and energy my
mother puts into this effort,"
he said. "We are looking for-
-ward to a large turnout at the
Mardi Gras. It's always a good
time."
Carol Rodriguez said the


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The,Greater New Hope Praise
Team, Jesus Chosen Ones,
G-86, Lady-Z, Daddies Baby,
Samuel Roland and others. A
15-year-old portrait artist, De-
vin Hamilton, will exhibit his
works during the banquet and
as part of the festival on Friday
and Saturday.
For information, call Moody
at (813) 453-7134.
Reporter George H. Newman can
be reached at (813) 865-4451.


fundraiser will also raise com-
munity awareness of MS.
"Together, and with the help
of many close friends, we cre-
ated the Mardi Gras Extrava-
ganza, along with an annual
walk, to not only raise money
to find a cure for this disease,
but also to inform people
about the damage this invis-
ible monster is capable of.
People in Plant City will be
making a difference and have a
great time while they're at it,"
she said.
For information, call Rodri-
guez at (813) 727-5214 or e-
mail her at plantci-
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Reporter George H. Newman can
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Plant City Man
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A local angler won the re-
cent Wal-Mart Bass Fishing
League Gator Division tourna-
ment on the Kissimmee River.
Jeremy Smith's Jan. 24 victo-
ry earned him $6,875 and
placed him one step closer to
qualifying for October's re-
gional championship in Geor-
gia and a chance to win a new
Ranger boat and Chevrolet
truck.
Smith's catch of five bass
had a combined weight of 28
pounds, 12 ounces.
Smith's total win included a
$2,000 bonus because he owns
and fishes from a Ranger boat
and $595 for landing the big-
gest bass of the tourney, 9
pounds, 11 ounces.


The winning fish were.
caught on a Rat-L-Trap and a
Yo-Zuri lipless crankbait.
Smith has lived in Plant City
since he was 17 and began
fishing at 10.
"My dad got me involved in
a thing called Bass-N-Buddies.
That first year I did fairly well.
I've been hooked ever since,"
Smith said.
Smith, 32, an assistant man-
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tion department of Publix,
fishes in tournaments state-
wide. Previous wins include
club tournaments, such as Ex-
treme Bass competitions in
Central Florida.
Smith anticipates compet-
ing in the three-day Clarks Hill
Lake Regional Championship
in Martinez, Ga.
"I've pretty much made it


every year," he said of the
Georgia contest.
Two years ago he fished in
the regional competition, fin-
ishing 14th.
"I think I can do well" this
fall, he said.
For the Kissimmee River
contest, the air temperature
impacted Smith's strategy.
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Channel, I knew it had been
cold all week," he said. "I just
had a thought in my mind that
the fish would pull out in
deeper water."
Smith caught eight fish be-
tween takeoff hours and
lunchtime, kept the best five
and "didn't have to fish any-
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catch his limit."
A Palm Bay man finished
second, winning $2,136 for five
bass totaling 26 pounds, 13
ounces.
George Wilkens
A Red-Letter Day
For Black Belt
Reid Schmidt, a marketing
executive who lives in the Wal-
den Lake area of Plant City, has
achieved a milestone in a mar-
tial arts journey launched 35
years ago: a black belt with full
instructor certification in
white tiger kenpo karate.
Schmidt, 50, began his mar-
tial arts training in city recre-
ation classes taught by Charles
Closshey, rising to the level of
brown belt.
It is a rewarding accom-
plishment for both instructor
and student.
"It is a great feeling," Closs-
hey said. "He was 15 when he
started training with us."
Said Schmidt, "Charles has
been most gracious in taking
me under wing," providing re-
cent private training.
The Plant City native's pur-'
suit of martial arts was in-
terrupted for years.
"I left Plant City to go to the
University of Florida for four
glorious years. Then I spent
four years in Washington,
D.C.," said Schmidt, who


works for a California-based
firm, Zenith Insurance Co.
"When I came back to Plant
City, I got involved in raising a
family, career and all that."
Though his career demand-
ed frequent travel and obliga-
tions to his growing family
precluded tournament partici-
pation for an extended period,
he continued practicing in-
dependently. Along the way,
he began formal cross-train-
ing, earning a second brown
belt, this time in shotokan ka-
rate at Chris Welbon's Family
Karate Center in Plant City.
Schmidt was in the first
kempo class Closshey and his
wife, Jennifer, taught in 1974,
when the couple brought that
style of karate to Plant City.
White tiger, the kenpo style
in which Schmidt is now a
certified instructor, is a tech-
nique of sequenced move-
ments, checks, blocks and
counterstrikes to defend
against specific types of at-
tacks.
Schmidt has mastered more
than 300 self-defense tech-
niques and 26 forms of kata,
and his everyday performance
makes it abundantly clear he is
a black belt, Closshey said.
In addition to the high level
of self-defense proficiency tra-
ditionally demanded at a kem-
po school, Schmidt excelled in
tournament competition, with
impressive wins in events for
both the kata and kumite
forms of fighting, Closshey
said.
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Schmidt and his wife, Nan-
cy, a teacher at Walden Lake
Elementary School, have two
daughters and a son, all of
whom have shared their dad's
interest,, participating in mar-
tial arts training at one time or
another.
For Schmidt, the training
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achievement, but I really look
at it as a beginning."
George Wilkens

Workshop To Help
Farmers Reap Returns
Acknowledging that local
farmers, too, are feeling the
pinch of the sagging economy
and rising prices, local, state
and federal agencies have
teamed up to provide informa-
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and assistance.
The Farm Producer Re-
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noon to 5 p.m. March 10 at the
Hillsborough County Cooper-
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5339 County Road 579, Seffner.


Wo0kshop topics will in-
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farm loans, marketing assis-
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In addition to the extension
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The workshop is free, but
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Wauchula Trip To Cap
Weeklong Celebration
Project Care Unlimited, a
Plant City outreach mission,
has scheduled a weeklong
community celebration that
will conclude with a trip to see
"The Story of Jesus" in Wau-
chula.
"This is the first time we're
doing it; it's a new event we're
introducing to the communi-
ty," said evangelist Ella Salter.
The celebration is scheduled
March 28 through April 3, the
week before Easter.
The 7:30 nightly event is
hosted by New Testament
Tabernacle Ministry, 702 Also-
brook St., Suite G, Plant City.
Each night's service will be
presented by a different area
church.


The community celebration
will conclude with the trip to
see "The Story of Jesus," an
original production of Christ's
life from birth to resurrection,
staged at the Hardee County
Cattleman's Arena.
The cost for the bus trip,
including admission to the
production, is $40 per adult,
$65 per couple and $20 for
children younger than 12. The
bus will depart from Plant City
and Tampa.
Money orders should be
made payable to Project Care
Unlimited, and mailed to P.O.
Box 4178, Plant City FL 33563,
along with your name, address
and a contact number.
No personal checks will be
accepted. To arrange payment
by cash, call Salter at (813)
754-9212 or Elder Gloriece Al-
exander, (813) 752-4768.
George Wilkens

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sion March 4 for active and
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and what they do for us on a
daily basis," festival General
Manager Paul Davis said.
Most of the festival's board
members served in the mil-
itary, and they wanted to ex-
press their appreciation, Davis
said.
This is the first time in mem-
ory the festival has offered free
admission to veterans, he said.
Military Day is sponsored by
Winn-Dixie.
Davis said he expects to
spend at least part of the day
welcoming the veterans as
they arrive.
Regular adult gate admis-
sion is $10 or $8 in advance.
Gates will be open from 10
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Active and retired members
of the military will be admitted
free with ID, he said.
The festival is Feb. 26
through March 8.
Dave Nicholson
Pregnancy Care
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Darlene Davis has been
named the new executive di-
rector of the Pregnancy Care
Center of Plant City.
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By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Second-gener-
ation country entertainer Ka-
ren Wheeler is the headliner at
Saturday's Florida Opry, a re-
vived Plant City tradition now
midway through its season.
The lineup for the 7 p.m.
Country Valentine Special also
includes country vocalist Tina
Dallman of Plant City, Randy
Young with The Southern Ex-
posure Band, and The Faithful
Men Gospel Quartet.
Wheeler last played the Flor-
ida Opry in February 2007, just
months before founder Myrle
Henry pulled the plug on the
country music concert series
just short of its 10th season.


The monthly concerts draw local residents to the
1914 Plant City High School Community Center,
plus others from Pasco County. Tampa. Lakeland,
Winter Haven and Auburndale.


Last fall, Henry sold the pro-
duction to a local family, the
Dallmans, familiar with the
Florida Opry as both fans and
performers.
The award-winning singer
and songwriter said she looks
forward to her return perfor-
mance.
"I was so thrilled when they
opened back up," Wheeler said
of the Florida Opry, calling it
"one of the best places to
perform I've ever been in." She


cited the venue's large seating
capacity and audience reac-
tion: "They really respond;
they soak it up."
Wheeler lives in Tennessee
and is touring Florida this
month in her 37-foot motor
home. "We've got a lot of
friends down here and a lot
people wanted to know where
they could come to see me"
perform, she said.
Wheeler, who began her re-
cording career as a child, is the


daughter of entertainer Onie
Wheeler, who had a string of
hit records and for 22 years
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Roy Acuff Show.
"I've been doing it all my
life, but professionally started
recording at age of 11," she
said.
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dad's radio show" each week
in Missouri, she said, recalling
standing on a Coca-Cola box
to reach the microphone and
sing George Morgan's "Candy
Kisses," the only song she
knew.
She debuted at Nashville's
Grand Ole Opry at age 15,
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the homecoming dance by homecoming king Durran Lowe.


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riding in a parade.
By CHERYL KUCK
Tribune correspondent
PLANT CITY Plant City High
School senior Shambria Young
is on a roll.
In May, she was crowned
Miss In Living Color by a local
nonprofit group.
In the fall, the 18-year-old
was elected homecoming
queen by her fellow students
at Plant City High.
On Jan. 23, she sang the
national anthem at the Every-
Buddies Beautiful Fashion
Show at the school. And on
Saturday, she'll wear either the
homecoming crown or the
Miss In Living Color crown
when she rides in a float in the
sixth annual Black Heritage
Festival's parade.
"My parents, Letissa Gordon
and Ernest Young, keep telling
me how proud they are. My
mom is my No. 1 motivator
and has always told me to be
strong, do my best, believe in
myself, and then I'll achieve
my dreams," she said.
Young has been class presi-
dent for the past two years and
is also a member of student


government and the school
executive council.
"She is a great person, so
friendly and outgoing," said
Sherrie Mueller, Plant City
High guidance resource spe-
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involved in her church, Faith
Temple Primitive Baptist, al-
most all of her life. Because of
her deep faith, she became a
member of the high school's
Fellowship of Christian Ath-
letes: She is also a dedicated
Raider cheerleader who enjoys
watching fans come out to
support the team.
Her favorite activity is as a
tutor in the Advancement via
Individual Determination pro-
gram, helping students at Bur-
ney Elementary School.
"Eventually, I want to be-
come an elementary teacher.
Just watching students want-
ing to be all they can be makes
me want to put in every effort I
can to make sure they reach all
of their goals," she said.
She plans to attend Hillsbor-
ough Community College and
continue her studies at the
University of South Florida.

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becoming well-known there
for her popular rendition of
"Muleskinner Blues." For a
dozen years she opened shows
for the late Conway Twitty.
Randy Dallman, patriarch of
the family that took over for
Henry, said the production is
gaining in popularity as word
spreads that the Florida Opry
is back in business.
"It's slowly picking up,"
Dallman said of attendance.
The venue, the 1914 Plant City
High School Community Cen-
ter, can accommodate 500
people. "We've probably had
- with walk-ins and reserved
seats close to 300 people"
for the most popular acts.
"We'd love to have the prob-
lem of not having enough
room to seat everybody," he
said.
"It's yet to be profitable,"
Dallman said. "We knew we
were going to take a loss the
first year, but we hope to may-
be come close to breaking
even by the end of the year,"
he said. "It's definitely some-
thing we want to continue
doing."
The monthly concerts draw
locals plus others from Pasco
County, Tampa, Lakeland,
Winter Haven and Auburn-
dale, said Dallman, who adds
that he hopes to recruit resi-,


IF YOU GO

WHAT: Florida Opry
WHEN: 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday;
doors open at 6 p.m.
WHERE: 1914 Plant City High
School Community Center, 605
N. Collins St.
PERFORMERS: Karen Wheeler,
Tina Dallman, Randy Young
with The Southern Exposure
Band, The Faithful Men Gospel
Quartet
COST: $12 at the door; $15
reserved
RESERVATIONS OR INFORMA-
TION: (813) 659-1849
ON THE WEB: http://karen
wheelermusic.com


dents of Sun City Center.
He also seeks local perform-
ers. "We would definitely be
very interested in anyone who
has talent and would like to
audition to be in the Opry," he
said
Florida Opry will get some
additional exposure at the
Florida Strawberry Festival,
Dallman said.
The 7 p.m., March 6 perfor-
mance in the festival's show-
case tent will include Stepha-
nie Ann, Randy Young and The
Southern Exposure Band, and
Spirit Song, a men's gospel
group from the' First Baptist
Church of Plant City.

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ted more than $10,000 to the
campaign. People who live,
work and play in the area have


already donated another
$8,115.
Local director Scott Warren
said that although the com-
bined sum provides nearly 20
percent of the campaign goal,
the economic crisis impacting
all income brackets poses a
special fundraising challenge.
"It makes it harder to raise
the money, it makes it harder
to give the money if you don't
have it. And our membership
base is really what allows us to
keep lights on here. So we're
kind hurt on all fronts right
now," he said.
The fundraiser solicits con-
tributions from companies
and individuals who have
helped in the past, plus YMCA
members and others identified
as potential donors, Warren
said.
The drive is conducted by
volunteers. "One of the biggest
plusses is when you do it that
way, it's volunteer to prospec-
tive donor," Warren said.
"What you give goes directly to
the people who need it. You're
not paying for a meal, a shin-
dig or an entertainer," he said.
"You're giving $10 to people
who are really in need."


The fundraising campaign
announced Feb. 3 is fast-
paced. "What we find is if we
don't raise it by [Florida]
Strawberry Festival time then
we're really in trouble," War-
ren said. "We've got few more
weeks to make it happen."
"We are so 'appreciative of
the support the community
has shown so far, and we know
that we will be able to reach
our goal if we can all work
together," said Jim Scott, vol-
unteer chairman of this year's
-campaign.
Anyone interested in volun-
teering or contributing to the
2009 Building Strong Kids
campaign can contact Warren
at (813) 757-6677 or at
scott.warren@tampaymca.org.
The YMCA is a nonprofit
organization, so gifts are tax
deductible; 100 percent of the
gift goes to those in need at the
Plant City YMCA. To learn
more about the Building
Strong Kids Campaign, go to
www.tampaymca.org and click
on "give a gift."

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


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CITY UPDATE


Continued From Page 23
said.
The Pregnancy Care Center,
304 N. Collins St., offers such
services as counseling, sono-
grams and prenatal care.
Davis can be reached by
calling the center at (813) 759-
0886.
George H. Newman

Derby. Reels In
The Youngsters
It may have been cold the
morning of Jan. 31, but that
didn't stop 120 children ages 5
to 15 from trying their luck at
the city's twice-a-year fishing
derby.
'The chilly temperatures
tended to keep the fish from
biting, but the youngsters were
as enthusiastic "as ever, said
Deborah Haldane, program
manager with the Plant City
Recreation and Parks Depart-
ment.
"The kids enjoyed them-
selves, and we enjoyed our-
selves," Haldane said.
The children fished in two
age divisions, 5- to 10-year-
olds and 11- to 15-year-olds.
The top anglers in the younger
division caught more fish than
the top fishermen in the older
division because "that's the
way the fish were biting," Hal-
dane said.
Award winners included:
First catfish caught in the
derby, 14-year-old Caleb Perry
First tagged fish caught at


Photos from Plant City Recreation and Parks Department
Winners at the city's youth derby include, from left, Caleb Perry, Harry Linsinbigler, Karlie Freidank,
Jackson Vanderzee, Kayla Haynes and Keith Watford. Adult volunteer Tom Mahonney is behind the
plaque. The fishing contest is held twice a year.


Anglers bundle up to keep warm at the Jan. 31 fishing derby in a
pond near Plant City Stadium. The derby will beheld again in July.


the derby, 5-year-old Jackson
Vanderzee
Biggest fish in 5- to 10-
year-old age group, a 2.84-
pound mudfish caught by 5-
year-old Karlie Freidank
Biggest fish in the 11- to
15-year-old group, a 1.44-
pound catfish caught by 13-


year-old Keith Watford
Most fish in the 5- to 10-
year-old group, Kayla Haynes
and Alexis Leeds, who tied
with eight fish each. Kayla won
in the tiebreaker, a casting
contest.
Most fish in the 11- to
15-year-old group, five tied


with two fish each.. Harry Lin-
sinbigler won the tiebreaker, a
casting contest, over Jaquarius
Green, David Mills, Deaundre
Howard and a young angler
whose name was not available.
The fish derbies have been
held at least twice a year for 13
years in a pond near Plant City
Stadium. The title sponsor is
Landshark Charters Inc.
The next derby will be
sometime in July.
Dave Nicholson

One More Thing
To Add To Grocery List
Many Sweetbay Supermar-
kets are selling admission tick-
ets to the Florida Strawberry
Festival at discount prices.
Select Sweetbays in the area,
including in Hillsborough,_
Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk
and Sarasota counties, will sell
the discounted tickets through
the end of the festival on
March 8. Advance tickets are
$8 for adults and $4 for chil-
dren 6 to 12, compared with
$10 and $5, respectively, at the
gate. Children 5 and younger
are admitted free with a paying
adult.
Advance discount tickets
can also be purchased at the
festival ticket office, 2209 W.
Oak Ave., from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m. Monday through Friday
until Feb. 25. Discount tickets
will not be available at that
location after the festival starts
on Feb. 26.
For information call (813)
752-9194 or go to www.fl
strawberryfestival.com.
Dave Nicholson


Karlie Freidank, 5, landed the
biggest fish in her age category
in the fishing derby, a 2.84-
pound mudfish.


A Time For Celebration
At Allen Chapel
It's a busy time for one of
the city's oldest churches.
Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church
is observing its founding with
special services, not to men-
tion its plans to host a big
gospel music extravaganza. It
adds up' to a celebration that
continues over two weekends.
The ceremonies to mark its
founding include a service at 4
p.m. Sunday featuring J.L.
- Downing of New Jerusalem
Missionary Baptist Church of
Lakeland.
But that's just a warm-up.
On Feb. 22, there will be
Founder's Day services at 11
a.m. and 4 p.m. At the morning
service, the featured speaker
will be Sister Liquindella Clark
of the Church of God Bible
Way, the granddaughter of E.L.
Partner, who was pastor from
1975 through 1985. At the after-
noon service, the Rev. Randal
Williams Sr. of Mount Olive
A.M.E. Church of Clearwater
will be guest speaker.
The church was founded
more than 100 years ago and
has been at its current location
since 1919, said Eddie Mae
Mitchell, Founder's Day chair-
woman. Allen Chapel holds
the celebration each year to
honor its long history serving
the Plant City area, Mitchell
said.
The church also pays tribute
to its pastor during the cele-
bration. Allen Chapel's pastor

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outfits like David Davenport, who was decked out in business and, casual wear well-represented by Jackson Knotts,
a big hit as he strolled the runway for the Jan. 29 fashion show and lun- who preceded sister Drew Knotts on
carrying a leather saddle. cheon, the 32nd year for the event, the fashion runway.


Kayla Drawdy, the 1999 Florida Straw-
berry Festival queen and a former Tam-
pa Bay Bucs cheerleader, walked the
runway in casual wear.


Nothing Old About This Fashion


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Meat and pota-
toes, strawberry cake, Florida
Gator colors, and glitz and
glamour in a variety of styles
came together at the 32nd an-
nual Florida Strawberry Festi-
val Fashion Show and Lun-
cheon.
About 70 Plant City men,
women and children walked
the runway, modeling every-
thing from formal wear to ca-
sual wear at the Jan. 29 event,
delighting the audience of
more than 600 guests.
The festival expo hall was set
up with 65 dining tables, a
stage with a large American
flag as a backdrop and a 50-
foot runway.
Chairwoman of the event,
linda Walden, her co-chair-
woman and daughter Suzanne
Cribbs, and the fashion show
committee began organizing
the event in October.
"My thanks go out to all the
committee members who
worked so hard to make this
year's show and luncheon
such a huge success," Walden


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THREE SPECIAL EVENTS:
Strawberry Square, 4401 Prom-
enade Blvd., Plant City, will offer
three special events, including a
Valentine Party featuring Main-
stream and Easy Plus Level
Square Dance with caller Clyde
Stocker, 7 to 9:30 p.m. today;-


The fashion

show and

luncheon

have been

around for

32 years,

but the

models

show off

the latest

styles and
Kris
looks. Brit

said. "Our ladies who attended
came from all over the area
and they love to make a full
day of it. The festival directors,
royalty members and their
families did a wonderful job
modeling a wide variety of
fashions. We thank all the
sponsors for their help and


Valentine Party featuring a Plus
Level Square Dance with Sam
Dunn as caller and Pat Hagen as
cuer, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday;
and Snowbird Dancerama fea-
turing Plus Level Square Dance
with Red Bates as caller and Pat
Hagan as cuer, 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Sunday. All levels of square and
round dancing are offered week-


ten Smith, the 2008 queen, is flanked by court members
ney Balliet, left, and Amanda Sparkman at the show.


participation."
Erica Riggins, news anchor
for cable news station Bay
News 9, gave smooth and fa-
miliar commentary as the
fashion show proceeded with-
out a hitch.
"Erica was with us last year,"
Walden said. "She does a won-


ly at Strawberry Square. For
information, call (813) 752-0491
or go to www.floridadance
web.com/strawberry
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS:
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
W. McLendon St., Plant City, has
the following children's pro-
grams this month: baby time for
children up to 14 months and


derful job as the emcee. She
has a comfortable manner that
fits our show perfectly."
Fashions were sponsored by
.Bealls, Sisters & Co., Cowboys
Western World, Denise
Young's Boutique, Camellia
Rose Tea Room, Southside
Farm and Pet Supply, Fashion


their mothers including stories
and finger plays, 10 a.m. Thurs-
days; puppet show based on the
book "Ananasi and the Moss-
Covered Rock," 3:30 p.m. Tues-
day for children 3 to 12 years
old; and story time with an
elephants theme, 9:30 a.m. Feb.
24 for toddlers 15 months to 2
1/2 years old and 10:30 a.m. for


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De Javu Upscale Boutique and
others.
Catering was provided by
Southern Gourmet Catering.
More than 30 years ago the
first festival fashion show and
luncheon was held in the base-
ment of First Presbyterian
Church, with about 50 guests
in the audience. Lynn Brewer
was one of the original orga-
nizers.
"Mary Gardner was the ca-
terer of the first fashion
shows," Brewer said. "My time
was most often spent helping
her."
Catherine Clark and Vonelle
Miles Robinson were also orig-
inal committee members.
"Those early fashion shows
set a precedent of what has
grown to become a much larg-
er and elaborate event," Brew-
er said. "It was an enjoyable
and fun time for all of us. It's a
lot of work. But I'm sure it still
remains a fun event today."

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


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Plant City High
football players
decided easily.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY For the last
three years, Denzel Drone and
Duran Lowe helped terrorize
Hillsborough County football
teams as leaders of the Plant
City High defense. Their tal-
ents were always recognized
by local coaches, but they ob-
viously were noticed beyond
the Tampa Bay area as well.
Last week, Drone and Lowe
committed to play football at
Division I programs, with
Drone headed to Michigan
State University and Lowe
signing with Wake Forest.
"This is probably the best
day of my life," said Drone,
who will play defensive end for
the Spartans.
National Signing Day was
Feb. 4, the first time fall sports
athletes could officially sign
their scholarship papers. Sur-


Tampa ITibune photo by DAREK SHARP Tampa Iribune photo by DAREK SHARP
Denzel Drone is headed to Michigan State University after making Plant City High senior Duran Lowe, seated with father David dur-
his college choice official during a Feb. 4 National Signing Day ing National Signing Day, is headed to Wake Forest University on
ceremony at Plant City High School. Seated with Drone is his a football scholarship. "I think if I put in the hard work, I could
mother, Damandyin Cooper. Standing, from left, are girlfriend start as a freshman," Lowe said. Standing, from left, are step-
Arriel Haggins, brother Alton Drone, cousin (and former coach) mother Jerri, brothers Durrel, Devonte, Jalen and David II, mother
Laykeye Cooper, brother Alrico Drone, sister'Sonya Hickman, Litia, grandmother Mellanese, aunt Shenise, step-grandmother
brothers Markus and Arquil Drone and father Alton Drone Sr. Lillie Hardy and uncle Theodore Michaels.


rounded by family and friends,
Drone and Lowe were hon-
ored in a ceremony at the
Plant City High media center.
Also on signing day at Du-
rant, offensive lineman Cole
Gilliam accepted a "preferred


walk-on" status with the na-
tional champion University of
Florida. Gilliam will go to UF,
the idea being that when a
scholarship opens up, he will
receive it.
For both Drone and Lowe,


their decisions were pretty
easy.
"Wake Forest was just a real-
ly nice place, and they treated
me like family," Lowe said.
"And I think if I put in the hard
work, I could start as a fresh-


man."
That was Lowe's path at
Plant City, as he was the only
member of his junior varsity
team called up onto the varsity
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cer history was extended
Thursday when the Cougars
beat Gaither 2-0 in the first
round of the Class 6A playoffs.
Durant was scheduled to
face Mitchell on Tuesday in


SIGNING DAY

Continued From Page 36

as a ninth-grader.
Likewise, Drone said he
"wasn't even interested in any-
body else," although Western
Kentucky showed plenty of de-
sire to lure him.
Both players are honors
graduates, taking the extra
steps necessary as seniors to
get their grade-point averages
up to the required level. Both
Drone and Lowe took numer-
ous Advanced Placement
courses in their first semester,
during the height of football
season.
They consistently draw
praise from teachers as ex-
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For Lowe, there was more of
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Durant won it will be one step
from the University of Tampa
and the final four.
Goalkeeper Connor Bass,
with his brother Freeman
heading a strong defensive ef-
fort, recorded his 10th shutout
of the season in the win over
Gaither. If Durant was able to
beat Mitchell, the Cougars will
be playing in a regional final


ny, who has sickle cell anemia,
finished up at Plant City High
two years ago. She was near
the 4.0 grade point average
needed to be considered an
honors student but fell ill and
was unable to finish.
"I told her I'd do it for her,"
said Lowe, who took three AP
classes and received all A's.
His father, David, was a
football player who graduated
from Plant City in 1988. He
said, "I always saw the poten-
tial in him to be a [Division I
player]. In the last two years,
he learned to channel that
energy and skill, and once he
started to apply himself the
right way, it was amazing."
Duran Lowe said Wake For-
est was impressed with his
willingness to help out the
Raider offense by playing
some running back. The Wake
coaches even joked with him
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rant, with Mesquita converting
a penalty kick and Fanning
getting a goal in the closing
stages of the contest.
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Wake Forest, the Atlantic
Coast Conference champion
two years ago, competes
against Florida State and Mi-
ami in that league.
"I knew about both these
guys when I came into this
job," said Jason Strunk, who
took over as Raider head coach
last summer. "They were
coached very well before me,
and I give Kevin Kelley all the
credit in the world. I just wish I
had them for more than one
year."
Kelley, who was the Raider
head coach before Strunk and
is now a Durant assistant, was
at last week's ceremony.
The only concern Drone has
about playing up north would
be the weather.
"It was 8 degrees in Detroit
[airport] -when I visited," he
said. "But as long as you put
the right amount of clothing
on, it's not bad. So I just have
to remember to put clothes on
and I should be fine."


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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Jan. 29-Feb. 4 to
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office. Questions about a specific
event should be directed to the sher-
iff's office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Berry Patch Rd, Block 5200, assault/
battery, Jan. 29,12:07 p.m.
Brady Ave, Block 3100, noise com-
plaint, Feb. 4, 6:11 p.m.
Clinton St, Block 14400, theft, Jan.
29, 5:45 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 12900, business
burglary, Feb. 2, 8:57 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Pettie Rd, stolen
vehicle, Feb. 1, 6:19 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Sydney Dover Rd, drug
law violation, Feb. 2, 3:40 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 2800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 1, 7:41 a.m.
Halima Rd/Kirkland Rd, noise com-
plaint, Feb. 1, 6:16 p.m.
Kirkland Rd/Stafford Rd, noise
complaint, Feb. 1, 3 p.m.
Lenoir Ct, Block 5300, domestic
violence, Jan. 30, 5:24 p.m.
Lindsey St, Block 3400, neighbor
trouble, Jan. 30,4:57 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 4600, vehicle
burglary, Feb. 2,9:19 a.m.
McIntosh Rd/Dr King Blvd, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 2,12:39 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/Dr King Blvd, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 2,12:41 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/US 92 E, DUI, Jan. 31,
12:59 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd/US 92 E, illegal dump-
ing, Feb. 3, 3:58 p.m.
Montayne Ave, Block 14500, loud
party, Jan. 31,7:45 p.m.
Neal Acres Rd, Block 3300, theft, Jan.
30, 11:32 a.m.
Neal Acres Rd, Block 3300, theft, Jan.
30, 2:43 p.m.
Robert Bane Dr, Block 15200, dis-
turbance, Jan. 30, 4:02 p.m.
SR 60 E/Sydney Washer Rd, drug
law violation, Feb. 4, 8:24 a.m.
SR 60 E/Sydney Washer Rd, drug
law violation, Feb. 4, 9:10 a.m.
Shippee PI, Block 3300, fire, Feb. 1,
2:04 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3100, DUI,
Jan. 31, 1:51 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200, fight,
Feb. 1, 3:57 a.m.
Tanner Rd, Block 1100, identity theft,
Feb. 2, 9:33 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Mcintosh Rd,
person down, Feb. 3, 10:47 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 13600, illegal dumping,
Feb. 4,3:14 p.m.
Washington Rd/Dover Rd N, drug


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present a program, .Home Missi-
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Friday.. Guest speaker Henrietta
Fleming will follow the sermon
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information call Harriet Hicks at
(813) 752-1005.
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law violation, Jan. 30, 9:53 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln, Block 15500, dis-
turbance, Feb. 1, 9:29 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln, Block 15500, do-
mestic violence, Feb. 1, 7:36 p.m.

33540
Dormany Rd N, Block 6600, loose
animal, Jan. 30, 3:48 p.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4600, dis-
charge firearm, Feb. 2, 4:58 p.m.
Fletcher Ln, Block 1200, assault/
battery, Jan. 31, 8:52 p.m.
Hawk Griffin Rd/Beauchamp Rd,
discharge firearm, Feb. 2, 4:56 p.m. ,
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Feb. 1, 8:55 p.m.
Ronde Lp, Block 1300, theft, Feb. 3,
10:19 a.m.
US 92 W/Turkey Creek Rd N, traffic
crash/injuries, Jan. 31, 6:17 p.m.

33565
1-4 Eastbound/Branch Forbes, fire,
Jan. 30, 5:02 p.m.
1-4 E Thonotosassa Rp 1-4 East, drug
law violation, Feb. 3,7:43 p.m.
Bob Head Rd, Block 5800, domestic
violence, Feb. 3, 354 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1600, busi-
ness burglary, Feb. 3,1:35 a.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 1800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 1, 12:34 p.m.
CR 574/Turkey Creek Rd, drug law
violation, Jan. 30,4:12 p.m.
Charleston Dr, Block 2700, dis-
turbance, Jan. 29, 12:07 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 2900, disturbance,
Jan. 31,12:02 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 3000, disturbance,
Jan. 31, 9:30 a.m.
Cork Rd, Block 3200, business
burglary, Jan. 29, 11:08 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 3200, business
burglary, Jan. 30, 10:25 a.m.
Cypress Dr, Block 100, noise com-
plaint, Jan. 31, 11:31 p.m.
Cypress Dr/Dogwood Dr, drug law
violation, Feb. 4, 10:23 p.m.
Dusty Oak Dr, Block 4800, dis-
turbance, Jan: 29, 5:30 p.m.
Fritzkq Rd, Block 2600, theft of
service, Feb. 3, 3:30 p.m.
Haggerty Rd/Thonotosassa Rd, fight,
Jan. 29, 5:32 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd, Block 5800, resi-
dential burglary, Feb. 2,7:44 p.m.
Hawk Griffin Rd, Block 2400, resi-
dential burglary, Feb. 3,11:37 a.m.
James L Redman Pwy, Block 2400,
deputy crash no injuries, Feb. 4, 10:44
a.m.
Lawrence Rd, Block 2800, domestic
violence, Feb. 2, 1:05 a.m.


tively and more. Pauline Rivers,
the church's co-pastor and an
organization development and
learning consultant with a doc-
toral degree from the University
of Florida, will serve as exec-
utive director and lead instruc-
tor. Sessions will be held on
designated Sunday afternoons
through April. Call (813) 759-
0260 or e-mail at
pmriversphd@aol.com .
TREVOR THOMAS MIN-
ISTRIES: East Chelsea Baptist
Church, 7225 E.Chelsea St.,
Tampa, will host the 17th anni-
versary Celebration of Trevor
Thomas Drama Ministries at 7
p.m. Feb. 21. Featured artists
will include The Kingsmen, Ger-
aldine & Ricky, The Royalaires
and Trevor Thomas.Admission is
$12 in advance or $14. Children
ages 6 to 12 are $5 at the door
only; children 5 and under are
admitted free. Call (813) 621-


Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
4, 8:47 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile,
runaway, Feb. 2, 5:37 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Feb. 2, 11:43 a.m. ,
Mahoney St E/Collins St N, deputy
crash no injuries, Jan. 30, 3:54 p.m.
McGee Rd, Block 1200, noise com-
plaint, Jan. 31, 9:25 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 3300,
theft, Feb. 4, 10:56 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Blackwater,
noise complaint, Feb. 1, 5:31 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Bruton Rd,
disturbance, Feb. 3, 9:29 p.m.
Raven Cr, Block 500, person down,
Feb. 2, 10:17 p.m.
Richter Ln, Block 2100, criminal
mischief, Feb. 2,1:56 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Maryland Ave,
hit-and-ruh/injuries, Jan. 31, 9:28 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4200, neigh-
bor trouble, Jan. 29, 7:37 a.m.
I Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4700, vehicle
burglary, Jan. 30, 11:24.a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 4800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 4, 11:30 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W/Chitty Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 3, 9:06 a.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Mcintosh Rd,
person down, Feb. 3,10:47 a.m.
Wallace Branch Rd/Thonotosassa,
disturbance, Jan. 29, 5:28 p.m.
Whitehurst Rd/Thonotosassa, fire,
Feb. 2, 4:52 p.m.

33566
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, domes-
tic violence, Jan. 31, 7:17 a.m.
Canary Palm Cr, Block 4000, stolen
vehicle, Jan. 29, 7:04 p.m.
Canary.Palm Cr, Block 4000, vehicle
burglary, Feb. 4,7:23 a.m.
Frontage Rd S, Block 3800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 3, 8:44 p.m.
Gainer Ln, Block 2300, theft, Feb. 4,
7:19 p.m.
Horton Rd, Block 5400, disturbance,
Feb. 4, 12:48 a.m.
Jack Warren Rd, Block 3500, theft,
Jan. 29, 3:33 a.m.
Jim Johnson Rd, Block 2900, dis-
turbance, Jan. 31,10:53 p.m.
Johnson Rd W, Block 1700, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 1, 2:35 p.m.
Johnson Rd W, Block 1900, dis-
turbance, Feb. 2, 9:58 p.m.
Johnson Rd W/Mud Lake Rd, traffic.
crash/injuries, Feb. 1, 2:35 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
2, 4:11 p.m.
-Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
4, 6:24 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Feb. 4, 7:56 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/


9771.
KNIGHTS BAPTIST: Knights
Baptist Church will host a per-
formance by Trevor Thomas 7
p.m. Feb. 22. Thomas, a Plant
City based Christian performer
nicknamed, "Mr. Drama," com-
bines music, monologues, hu-
mor and more into his ministry.
There is no admission although
an offering will be accepted at
the show at the church at 4809
Paul Buchman Highway, also
known as State Road 39, Plant
City. Call (813) 752-4972.
SPECIAL NEEDS MINISTRY:
Faith Temple Assembly of God,
4240 N. Frontage Road, Plant
City, is offering a ministry for
those with special needs of all
ages at 10:30 a.m. Sunday. For
information, call the church
office at (813) 752-0532 from 8
to 11:30 a.m., Monday through
Thursday.


runaway, Jan. 29, 11:21 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Feb. 2,11:35 a.m.
Maryland Ave S, Block 10, criminal
mischief, Feb. 2, 12:09 p.m.
Maxwell Rd/Wiggins Rd S, traffic
crash/injuries, Jan. 29,10:52 a.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 2900, DUI, Feb. 1,
5:49 p.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 3000, disturbance,
Feb. 1, 3:46 p.m.
Michigan Ave, Block 300, DUI, Jan.
30,10:51 p.m.
Michigan Ave, Block 300, DUI, Jan.
30,11:30 p.m.
Midwood Dr, Block 400, disturbance,
Feb. 1, 8:18 p.m.
Midwood Dr, Block 400, disturbance,.
Feb. 1, 9:39 p.m.
Moll Acres Dr, Block 5100, noise
complaint, Jan. 31, 9:41 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd, Block 2800, residential
burglary, Jan. 29, 6:03 p.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
vehicle burglary, Feb. 4, 5:13 a.m.
Parkwood Estates Dr, Block 400,
vehicle burglary, Feb. 4, 9:37 a.m.
Ralston Rd, Block 3400, residential
burglary, Jan. 29, 3:53 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 2100, disturbance, Feb.
1, 8:21 a.m.
SR 60 E/Smith Ryals Rd, animal call,
Feb. 4, 11:39 a.m.
Schield Ct, Block 4700, noise com-
plaint, Jan. 31,8:23 p.m.
Sentry Palm Ln, Block 300, stolen
vehicle, Jan. 29, 7:39 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, distur-
bance, Jan. 31,12:29 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 900, fight, Jan.
31, 4:28 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/Smith Ryals Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 3, 10:08 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 4700, theft,
Feb. 1, 1:47 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Daniels Rd, DUI, Feb.
1, 6:34 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln/Forbes Rd N, live-
stock investigation, Feb. 3, 2:34 p.m.
Wiggins Rd N/US 92 E, traffic crash/
injuries, Jan. 29, 10:54 a.m.

33567
Armor Rd, Block 4700, traffic crash/
injuries, Jan. 31,10:48 p.m. '
CR 39 S/Keysville Rd E, loose animal,
Feb. 3, 7:32 p.m.
CR 39 S/Old Hopewell Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 3, 6:52 p.m.
CR 39 S/Old Hopewell Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 3,7:24 p.m.
CR 39 S/Swilley Lp, livestock in-
vestigation, Feb. 4, 4:06 p.m.
County Line Rd S, Block 4300,
business burglary, Feb. 3, 1:32 a.m.
Ewell Rd/County Line Rd S, loose
animal, Jan. 29,7:56 a.m.


OPEN DOOR BAPTIST: Open
Door Baptist Church, 702 E.
Alsobrook St., Suite B, Plant
City, has services that include
Sunday school at 11 a.m., Sun-
day morning worship at 11 a.m.,
Sunday evening worship at 7
p.m. and midweek worship at 7
p.m. Thursday. Call (813) 441-
4274.
HOPE LUTHERAN: Hope.luther-
an Church, 2001 N. Park Road,
Plant City, has services that
include worship at 8 and 10:30
a.m. Sunday; family Bible hour
9:15 a.m. Sunday; Hispanic wor-
ship, 5:30 p.m. Sunday; and
6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Living
Hope, a contemporary alterna-
tive to worship. Call (813) 752-
4622.
LORD OF LIFE- Lord of Life
Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City, has Sun-
day services that include con-


Glen Harwell Rd, Block 5100, dis-
turbance, Feb. 1, 4:18 a.m.
Helman Creek Ln, Block 5000, noise
complaint, Feb. 1, 8:17 p.m.
Helman Creek Ln, Block 5000, noise
complaint, Feb. 1, 8:44 p.m.
Helman Creek Ln, Block 5000, noise
complaint, Feb. 1, 9:08 p.m.
Henry George Rd, Block 8400,
criminal mischief, Jan. 31, 11:33 a.m.
Henry George Rd, Block 8400,
vehicle burglary, Jan. 31,9:35 a.m.
Henry George Rd/Old Hopewell,
fire, Feb. 3,7:50 p.m.
Horton Rd, Block 5800, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 4, 6:06 p.m.
Keysville Rd E/CR 39 S, animal call,
Feb. 3, 2:51 p.m.
Keysville Rd E/CR 39 S, loose animal,
Jan. 29, 9:08 a.m.
Keysville Rd W, Block 4300, noise
complaint, Jan. 31, 7:45 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/Abraham Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 4,10:35 a.m.
Keysville Rd W/CR 39 S, loose
animal, Feb. 4, 10:42 a.m.
Keysville Rd W/Pitt Rd, loose animal,
Feb. 4, 10:49 a.m.
Mary Ivy Dr, Block 8900, neighbor ,
trouble, Jan. 30, 8:01 p.m.
McDonald Rd, Block 800, neighbor
trouble, Feb. 4, 1:59 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Jerri Lynn Ct, DUI, Feb.
2, 11:51 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd, Block 1000, fire,
Feb. 1, 7:05 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd/Henry George,
loose animal, Feb. 1, 10:08 a.m.
Old Mulberry Rd/English Rd, loose
animal, Jan. 29, 7:56 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, stolen vehicle,
Jan. 31,10:50 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, theft in prog-
ress, Jan. 29,7 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, vehicle burglary,
Jan. 31, 10:39 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 700, disturbance, Jan.
31, 2:40 p.m.
Todd Country PI, Block 3400, stolen
vehicle, Feb. 1, 8:47 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 1000, dis-
turbance, Feb. 2,12:23 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 5000, drug
law violation, Feb. 4, 4:29 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd. loose
animal, Feb. 1, 6:04 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 4, 6:42 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Keysville RId, loose
animal, Feb. 2,3:48 p.m.
US 92 E/County Line Rd S, loose
animal, Jan. 29, 8:38 a.m.

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temporary worship at 8:30 a.m.,
Christian education/Sunday
school at 9:30 a.m. and tradi-
tional worship at 10:30 a.m. The
Wednesday Alive program in-
cludes a fellowship meal at 5:30
p.m. and small group study and
activities at 6 p.m. There is no
cost although donations will be
accepted. Call (813) 752-6064.


FAITH RIDERS; FAITH Riders in
Plant City holds a motorcycle
ride the third Saturday monthly.
Call (813) 719-1944 or e-mail
FBCPC-FAITHRiders@tampa
bay.rr.com.

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Durant Boys


Shoot For


The Playoffs

The school will host a basketball
tournament that could lead to the finals.


Ready To Run For The Gators


Durant High senior
John Mitchell,
wearing a Gators
shirt, celebrated
National Signing
Day by committing
to the University of
Florida, where he
will join the cross
country team. He is
shown with his
brother, Jordan, and
his parents, John
and Donna.


By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Durant High
hopes the third time will be the
charm when it comes to play-
ing Lakeland.
Actually, a third loss to Lake-
land would not be the worst
thing in the world it would
mean the Cougars are in the
boys basketball playoffs for the
first time since 2003.
The district 6A-8 tourna-
ment is under way and Durant
is hosting the event. Both Du-
rant and Plant City were
scheduled to play first-round
games on Tuesday. Durant is
the No. 2 seed and was expec-
ted to cruise past bottom-
seeded Riverview on Tuesday;
Plant City was matched up
with Sarasota.
Tuesday's winners advance
to Friday's semifinals, and the
semifinal victors are assured a
place in the 6A playoffs. The
district title will be decided at 7
p.m. Saturday.
Lakeland is the top seed and
on the opposite side of die
bracket from Durant, so if the
teams play again it will be in
the finals. The Dreadnaughts
won the first two meetings
with Durant, most recently 52-
44 on Jan. 30 in a loss that
denied the Cougars the No. 1
seed.
Assuming Durant won its
opener, it will tip off Friday
night, with the opponent most
likely to be Sarasota Riverview.
Durant beat Sarasota River-
view twice this season but
both games were decided by
two points, and the Rams were
the lone 6A-8 team to defeat
Lakeland.
Cougar head coach Jeff
Shotwell didn't even want to
think about meeting Lakeland,
with his team's focus being on
Riverview -- and not the one
from Sarasota.
"We have to beat the River-
view Sharks first," he said.
"Last year we had beaten Sara-
sota twice. In fact, we had
beaten them by 31 points the


week before the district tour-
nament, and they proceeded
to kick our tails in the opening
round of play. So we're fo-
cused on the first one."
Friday's first semifinal, be-
tween the Durant-Riverview
and Sarasota Riverview-East
Bay winner, will tip off at 6
p.m. Then at approximately 8
p.m. Lakeland plays the win-
ner between Plant City and
Sarasota. The Raiders are seed-
ed fifth.
Though both finalists will be
headed to the playoffs, there
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Miss Heart of Florida Pageant 17 p.m.
PRCA Championship Rodeo 17 p.m.
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offer the following computer
classes for adults this month: 7
to 9 p.m. Monday, computer
basics; 11 a.m. to noon Feb. 18,
keyboard basics; and 11 a.m. to
noon Feb. 25, Windows intro-
duction. Registration begins an
hour before each class. Mon-
day's class is limited to 22 par-
ticipants, the other classes are
limited to 20 participants. Call
(813) 757-9215.
FREE HOMEBUYER SEMINAR:
A seminar on buying a home is
from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 19
at Bruton Memorial Library, 302
W. McLendon St., Plant City.
Topics include getting pre-
qualified, title insurance, mort-
gage and down payment assis-
tance programs and other top-
ics. Refreshments will be
served. The seminar will be
sponsored by Marti Huff of
Plant City Realty, Jillian Sajdak
of SunTrust Mortgage and Beth
Campoamor of Integrity First
Title. For information or to re-
serve a seat, call (813) 728-
5048.
PUBLIC TOUR. The city will
show off its new $53 million i
water reclamation facility from
2 to 7 p.m. Feb. 20. The open
house will include tours of the
state-of-the-art plant at 1500
W. Victoria St. Officials will


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are a couple of major benefits
to winning the district title this
year.
The way the bracket sets up
this season, the 6A-8 winner
could end up getting to be at


explain the process used to
treat wastewater so it can be
used for irrigation, industrial
cooling and other uses. The first
50 children will receive a fun
pack of coloring books and
other prizes. For safety reasons,
children must be 5 or older and
accompanied by an adult to go
on the walking tour. Call (813)
757-9172.
BABY PARADE SIGN-UPS:
Parents interested in entering
their children in the Florida
Strawberry Festival Baby Parade
can sign them up at Nia Bella's
119 E. Reynolds St., Plant City.
The parade will be held March 7
at the festival grandstand. Each
entry must be made in person
and accompanied by a non-
refundable $25 entry fee.
Checks must be made payable
to the Plant City Junior Wom-
an's Club. Children must reside
in Hillsborough County east of
U.S. 301 and parents must show
proof of residency (driver's
license). Entries are limited to
the first 50 children in each of
the following age groups: 1-
year-olds, 2-year-olds, 3-year-
olds and 4-year-olds. Rules are
available at www.flstrawberry
festivaj.com or www.plantcityju-
niors.com For information, call
Nia Ramo at (813) 754-2916.
STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL ART
SHOW: Entry day is Feb. 23 for
the Florida Strawberry Festival
art show sponsored by the East
Hillsborough Art Guild. Art will
be accepted from noon to 6


home straight through all
three regional rounds.
Also, the 6A-8 runner-up is
all but certain to be headed to
Sickles for a first-round playoff
game. Sickles is led by 6-
foot-10-inch John Henson,
who has signed with the Uni-
versity of North Carolina. The
Gryphons are almost a lock to
win District 6A-7, where they
went 10-0 during the regular


p.m. at the festival expo build-
ing. There are divisions for adult
and youth. For information,
e-mail kscrumley@yahoo.com or
call (813) 986-2966 The straw-
berry festival is Feb. 26 through
March 8.
April

CHARITY GOLF TOURNA-
MENT: The annual Ikon Chil-
dren's Classic Golf Tournament
will be April 17 at Walden Lake
Golf and Country Club, 2001
Clubhouse Drive, Plant City. The
shotgun start will be at 12:30
p.m. The event, sponsored by
South Florida Baptist Hospital,
the Greater Plant City Chamber
of Commerce and the Kiwanis
Club, supports children's causes.
Call (813) 757-8574
Ongoing

POETRY, ANYONE: Poetry
workshops are held at 6:30 p.m.
the third Wednesday monthly at
Bruton Memorial Library, 302
W. McLendon St., Plant City.
The meetings cover the craft of
writing, rediscovering the clas-
sics and member critiques. Call
(813) 757-0212 or e-mail
thellark@hotmail.com.
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,
e-mail to dnicholson@tampatrib.com
or fax to (813) 865-4441.


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back with a 67-51 win at Bran-
don, where Dexter Barge
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group will present the musical
comedy at 8 p.m. Friday, Sat-
urday, and Feb. 20 and 21, and
at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are $10 general ad-
mission and $8 for students
through the 12th grade and
audience members 55 and
older. Tickets will be available
at the door starting an hour
before each performance.
Advance tickets can be pur-
chased at Hardee's Fashions,
1501 N. Wheeler St., Plant City.
For information, call (813)
754-4929.
Saturday

Get Some Exercise,
Help A Good Cause
A 5K walk/run at 7:30 a.m.
will help two ministries at
Plant City Church of God.
The Strawberry Distance
Challenge will start at the
Walden Lake polo field on
Griffin Boulevard between
Timberlane and Spring Ham-
mock drives.
The fee is $25, and registra-
tion starts at 7 a.m. Medals
will be awarded to the top
three finishers in each of sev-


eral age groups, from children
to 60 and older.
For information, call (813).
752-4591.

Shop Until
You Drop
The Historic Downtown
Plant City Merchants and
Business Association's month-
ly market, including antiques
and arts and crafts, will be
from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
municipal parking lot at
Reynolds and Palmer streets.

Do You Like
To Eat Chili?
Some of the area's best
cooks will compete from 11:30
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the 19th
annual Arts Council of Plant
City Chili Cook-Off at Union
Station Welcome Center and
Railroad Museum, 102 N.
Palmer St., Plant City.
Spectators pay $5 for a
bowl and a spoon to sample
any or all entries. The winner
receives $100, and second
place earns $50. Additionally,
there is a $25 prize for the
best-decorated table. There is
also a people's choice award
determined by spectators'
votes.
Entertainment will include
performances by members of


Jackie's Dance Theatre.
For information, call Gil
Gott at (813) 754-1578 or visit
the Plant City Photo Archives,
119 N. Collins St.

Sunday

Nationally Known
Performer To Appear
Charlotte Ritchie, who has
shared the musical stage with
such notable performers as
Gaither Vocal Band, Janet
Paschal and David Phelps, will
perform at 10:30 a.m. at Plant
City Church of God, 2103 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City.
She has performed before
thousands of people in arenas
nationwide as well as in Eu-
rope, Australia, Canada and
South Africa, and has been
featured in the Bill Gaither
Video and Concert Series.
There is no admission
charge.
For information, call (813)
752-4591 or go to www.plant
citychurchofgod.com.

Rio Tells It
Like It Is
Theater organ legend Rosa
Rio will indulge her fans' curi-
osities in a special Afternoon
with Rosa Rio at 3 p.m. at


Tampa Theatre, 711 N. Frank-
lin St., Tampa.
For years, Rio has delighted
fans not only with her master-
ful performance on the
Mighty Wurlitzer, but with the
stories she tells before each
concert. During this perfor-
mance, Rio will discuss her
work as an organ accompa-
nist with Orson Welles, Mary
Martin, Cole Porter and oth-
ers.
Rio kicks off the afternoon
at the 1,400-pipe Mighty Wur-
litzer theater organ, accompa-
nying Buster Keaton's 1922
slapstick short "The Electric
House." She then will glide
over to the grand piano to
play classic tunes from the
songbooks of Gershwin, Por-
ter and others, while sharing
her memories of some of the
era's most notable celebrities.
Crooner Paul Wilborn will
join her.
Tickets are $11.50 and avail-
able at the Tampa Theatre
box office; call (813) 274-8286.

Relay For Life
At Dallas Bull
Florida Fire Fastpitch Soft-
ball, a nonprofit organization
that promotes and teaches
quality softball play, good
sportsmanship and teamwork
for girls ages 18 and younger,


will host a Relay For Life 2009
benefit event from 7 to 11
p.m. at the Dallas Bull, 3322
U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
The event will feature
dance contests, prizes and
more.
Tickets are $8 in advance or
$10 donation at the door.
Contact Pam at (813) 695-
4055 for information and
tickets.

Tuesday

Learn About
Rain Gardens
Marina D'Abreau, Hillsbor-
ough County extension agent,
will demonstrate how to plant
a rain garden at 6:30 p.m. at
the city Utilities Operations
Building, 1500 W. Victoria St.,
Plant City.
There is no charge for the
class, sponsored by the city
water resource management
division. The presentation will
be followed by a native plant
drawing.
Registration is necessary;
call (813) 757-9289, ext. 2249.

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tenance office: 2701 www.CenturaOnline.co ROSSER, Petitioner & 200033 CALLUS: We ar Screened Lanai, private &no state income tax. www.sunsetranches.co
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