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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: February 18, 2009
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WEDNESDAY,FEBRUARY 18, 2009

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Relay Planning
Starts Early
Organizers are busy
preparing for the
SRelay for Life. The
American Cancer
Society fundraiser
will be April 17--8 at
Plant City High.
Page 8

Whats In A Name
Pediatrician Rachel
Ray; who lives in Plant
City, flies to New York
to appear wiith the
famous TV cooking
show host with a
nearly identical name.
Page 32


Tribune photos by MICHAEL SPOONEYBARGER
Food that fills a medium-size box considered sufficient to assist in feeding a family of four for a week or a single senior citizen for
nearly a month costs $30. The contents have an average retail value of about $60, the ministry says.
With the economy struggling, more people need a break on grocery bills. Springhead
Baptist Church is doing its part to ease hunger through its Angel Food Ministries.
STORY, PAGE 10

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Durant High Alumnus Graduates From Marine Boot Camp


PLANT CITY Jeremy. Duane
Fuller, a 2008 graduate of Du-
rant High School, graduated
Jan. 30 from boot camp at the
Marine Corps base at Parris
Island, S.C. He was a member
of the 1st Battalion, Co. B PH
1009.
Members of his family at-
tended the graduation cere-
mony, including parents Char-
lie and Leigh Ann Fuller,
brother Alex, grandparents
Sam and Lynda Fuller, uncle
Tim and aunt Polly Fuller, and
aunt Kathie and uncle Jeff
Traicoff.
Friends Charlie and Lonnie
Brown and Emily Worthen
from Plant City also attended.

Yard Sale Will Help
Fight Against Cancer
PLANT CITY Wilson Ele-
mentary School, 702 English
St., will have a yard sale Satur-
day to benefit the American
Cancer Society's Relay for Life. -
The sale will be from 8 a.m.
to noon.
Shiloh Elementary
Charter To Add Grades
PLANT CITY Danny Pickern,


BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
principal of
Shiloh Elemen-
-. tary Charter
School, has an-
nounced the
school will be
adding middle
Pickern school grades
beginning in the
fall.
"We will start a business
academy to complement our
basic English, science, math
and art programs," he said.
"This is designed to teach kids
how to save and handle mon-
ey."
The school is now kinder-
garten through the sixth
grade. Applications are being
accepted now for grades 6, 7,
and 8. Spots are limited. The
school is at 905 W. Terrace
Drive.


Sam and Lynda Fuller of Plant City flank grandson Jeremy Duane
Fuller, a 2008 graduate of Durant High School, at his graduation
from boot camp at the Marine Corps base at Parris Island, S.C.


Contact the school at
www.shilohcharterschool.org
for an application, or call (813)
707-1060.

South Florida Baptist
Plans Health Check
PLANT CITY South Florida
Baptist Hospital's community
health department performs a
valuable'service each year
when it holds its annual


screenings. This year, the
annual Spring Health Check
will be from 8 a.m. to noon
March 12 to 14.
Screenings include blood
profiles, bone density, skin
cancer, prostate screens, vas-
cular leg, carotid Doppler
ultrasound, CT heart score
and mammograms. Mam-
mograms require a doctor's
note, but the others do not.
There is a minimal fee for


most of these, and bone den-
sity and skin cancer screens
are free. Registration is re-
quired. Call (813) 754-4444 to
register or for information.
The health screenings will
be at the hospital, 301 N. Al-
exander St.

Hospital Names Team
Member Of Year

Kevin Gaylord,
S who works in
the pharmacy
department at
South Florida
Baptist Hospital,
Gaylord was named the
hospital's 2008
Team Member of the Year at
its annual banquet.

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13422 Sydney Road, Dover.
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Freezes cause no
supply problems,
for the Florida
Strawberry Festival.
By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Despite recent
freezes, local experts say there
will be abundant berries avail-
able for the annual Florida
Strawberry Festival, which be-
gins next week.
"The strawberry festival is
fine," said a confident Ted
Campbell, who took over six
months ago as executive direc-
tor of the Dover-based Florida
Strawberry Growers Associa-
tion. "We're supplying half of
America with strawberries
right now."
The 11-day festival, which
this year runs Feb. 26 through
March 8, is held "at the peak of
our season; always is. There's
plenty of production right
now," Campbell said.
"The frost hurt maybe a few
blooms and some of the very


Ice clings to strawberries this
month in northeastern Hills-
borough County.

tiny fruit a few weeks ago, but
not enough to cause any real
dip in the productivity level,"
he said after a Thursday tour
of local strawberry fields. "So
the strawberries are growing;
they're picking, there are a lot
of harvesters out in the field."
Any small drop in produc-
tion is attributable to a pause
in harvesting during recent


cold, wet weather, he said.
Paul Davis, overseeing the
Florida Strawberry Festival for
the first time as general
manager, concurs there is no
need for concern: "Plenty of
strawberry shortcake will be
available."
Davis lauds the local farm-
ers. "They really know what
they're doing, and it's be-
cause of their expertise we're
able to produce such great
crops," yielding "sweeter, big-
ger, juicier berries."
Added Davis, "What you
have to understand, the
strawberry farmers in this
area, many of them are
third-generation strawberry
farmers. Some go back to the
day when they were firing
strawberry fields built fires
to keep them from freezing.
"The strawberry festival
was started to celebrate the
harvest of strawberries and
never strayed far from those
roots."

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


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Things To Do is a list of some of the
most interesting upcoming events. For
a complete list of Tampa Bay area
events, see this week's Friday Extra.
FRIDAY

May I Have
This Dance?
The Strawberry Singles
Club's weekly dance will be
from 8 to 11:30 p.m. at the
Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City.
The cost is $6 for members,
$7 for associate members and
$8 for nonmembers. Call (813)
657-8071.
SATURDAY

Do You Like
Old Cars?
The Strawberry Classic Car
Show brings downtown Plant
City to life from 4 to 9 p.m. in
and around McCall Park at
Collins and Drane streets.
Dozens of 1984 and older
classics, antiques, hot rods
and custom vehicles will be
on display.
Call (813) 754-3707.

Dance, Eat
And Help MS
Dinner, dancing and more
will be part of the seventh
annual multiple sclerosis
fundraiser, Mardi Gras Extrav-
aganza, at Cronin Hall at St.
Clement Catholic Church,
1104 N. Alexander St., Plant
City. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Tickets are $12, or $7 for
children 4 and younger. The
ticket price includes dinner,
music, dancing, door prizes
and more.
For information, call Carol
Rodriguez at (813) 727-5214 or
e-mail her at plantcityms
@gmail.com.

Making A
Joyful Noise
Several choirs will perform
at the first Black Gospel Expo


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at 6 p.m. at Allen Chapel
A.M.E. Church, 1109 E. Laura
St., Plant City.
There is no admission
charge. For information, call
the church at (813) 752-7389.

Drama Ministries
Celebration
The 17th anniversary Cele-
bration of Trevor Thomas
Drama Ministries will be at 7
p.m. at East Chelsea Baptist
Church, 7225 E. Chelsea St.,
Tampa.
Featured artists will include
The Kingsmen, Geraldine &
Ricky, The Royalaires and
Trevor Thomas.
Admission is $12 in ad-
vance or $14. Children 6 to 12


are $5 at the door only; chil-
dren 5 and younger are ad-
mitted free. Call (813) 621-
9771.


SUNDAY


Its Allen Chapel's
Founder's Day
One of the area's oldest
churches, Allen Chapel A.M.E.
Church, will celebrate Found-
er's Day with services at 11
a.m. and 4 p.m. at the church,
1109 E. Laura St., Plant City.'
The speaker for the morn-
ing services will be Sister
Liquindella Clark of the
Church of God Bible Way.
The Rev. Randal Williams Sr.
of Mount Olive A.M.E. Church


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charge of the 4 p.m. services.
There is no admission charge:
For information, call (813)
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Sparkman receives
treatment for
prostate cancer.
By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Longtime city
commissioner and former
mayor Mike Sparkman was
scheduled this week for non-
surgical treatment for prostate
cancer.
In making the announce-
ment to colleagues at last
week's city commission meet-
ing, the 64-year-old Sparkman
said he would undergo pros-
tate seeding brachytherapy on
Monday.
The technique, which in-
jects tiny radioactive seeds di-
rectly into the prostate gland,
is an alternative to surgery for
early stage prostate cancer.
The process typically takes less
than an hour and is often
performed as a minor out-
patient procedure, according
to various Internet medical
sites.
That is the case with Spark-
man. In a conversation follow-


Sparkman
Encouraged by
m early detection,
confident in
physician

ing his announcement, Spark-
man said 70 seeds would be
injected during the procedure,
which was to be performed
early Monday at Lakeland Re-
gional Medical Center.
The schedule called for Spark-
man to be released by noon.
Based on a prostate-specific
antigen, or PSA, test, followed
by a biopsy, Sparkman was
diagnosed about 10 months
ago. After he tried anabolic
steroid treatment, brachythe-
rapy was decided upon.
Though brachytherapy was
developed more than 20 years'
ago, patients aren't always
aware of the treatment option.
Sparkman was. "I've had
two or three of my friends in
the last five or 10 years who've
had it," he said. It's the least
invasive and has the least
chance of damaging other tis-


sue, he said.
Based upon the early detec-
tion and confidence in his
physician, Watson Medical on-
cologist Randy Heysek, Spark-
man said he is optimistic
about the outcome. He said he
was told he could resume nor-
mal activities two or three days
after the procedure.
According to medical ex-
perts, each seed approxi-
mately the size of a grain of
rice emits continuous, pre-
cisely targeted radiation, kill-
ing cancer cells while minimiz-
ing damage to surrounding tis-
sue. The seeds gradually lose
radioactivity and remain
harmlessly in place, they say.
Sparkman said there are no
plans for radiation treatment,
which physicians sometimes
recommend in conjunction
with brachytherapy.
Sparkman will return to the
hospital a week after the pro-
cedure "to make sure every-
thing is fine." He will receive
PSA tests every six months.
Reporter George Wilkens can be
reached at (813) 865-4433.


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The event chairwoman says a local
goal of $250,000 has been set.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Organizers for
the Relay for Life are working
to outperform last year's effort
that was the seventh-largest
fundraiser of its kind in the
state.
Unfortunately, the current
downturn in the economy has
put a damper on corporate
sponsorships, and individual
contributions are slow to make
up the difference, relay offi-
cials said.
"After last year's event we
were given a goal by the Amer-
ican Cancer Society offices in
Tampa of $300,000 for the
2009 relay," said Carol Mayo,
the chairwoman of the Plant
City Relay for Life. "We have
set a realistic goal locally at
$250,000, and we are going to
do everything we can do to
meet that goal."
Mayo, assistant principal at
Wilson Elementary, has been
involved with the relay for
eight years. In 2008, her first
year as chairwoman, Mayo led
the relay to a record collection
of slightly more than $243,000.
The first official meeting for


the 2009 effort was held at
Mayo's house on Sept. 8. The
supporters met again on Sept.
15 and once each month since
that date.
"We have committee meet-
ings, team captain meetings,
and each team will have sep-
arate meetings to discuss strat-
egy and plans on a regular
basis," Mayo said. "We know
exactly what we need to do,
who to contact and the best
way to make our goal. But we
have to do more than we ex-
pected in this economy to get
where we want to go."
The relay will be April 17 to
18 at the football stadium and
track at Plant City High School,
One Raider Place, off Alexan-
der Street west of James L.
Redman Parkway. During the
relay, teams of walkers take
turns circling the track.
Organizers are looking for
about 70 teams to help put
them over the top. To date
there are 57 teams registered.
Teams can be made up of
business partners and employ-
ees, clubs, neighborhood
groups, civic organizations,
schools or families.'


Tribune file photo by JASON BEHNKEN (2008)
A relay will be April 17 to 18 at the football stadium and track at
Plant City High School, One Raider Place, off Alexander Street.


"Anyone wanting to find a
cure for cancer can partici-
pate," Mayo said. "They can
join an existing team and take
part or simply make a contri-
bution."
Cathy Vallianatos, the vol-
unteer team coordinator, said
the list of teams varies from
schools to clubs.
School teams led with more
than 30 teams listed. Ten busi-
ness teams have registered,
with churches, families and
clubs filling out the list.
Barbara Franques, the direc-
tor of Hillsborough County
schools in the Plant City area,
has taken an active role in the
Relay for Life since its in-
ception.
"Like many people, I have


been touched personally by
the rigors of cancer," Franques
said. "My husband, Tom, and I
walked as survivors for several
years in the Relay for Life. His
eventual death strengthened
my resolve to defeat this dis-
ease."
Franques is convinced the
schools in the community can
serve an important role in
finding a cure.
"Students, teachers and par-
ents have all had to learn to
battle cancer from a personal
prospective," she said. "Aca-
demics are certainly important
and our main objectives in
school. But an important as-
pect of education is learning to
be a responsible part of the
community. We are happy and


proud to see our students,
teachers and schools partici-
pating in the Relay for Life.
Involvement at a young age
encourages our students to
grow into a well-rounded and
caring adult:"
Historically the relay, which
earmarks contributions to help
find a cure for cancer, is a
successful event nationally
and locally.
Last year the event raised
$410 million nationally from
5,000 communities participat-
ing. Plant City has come close
to or surpassed goals set by the
American Cancer Society since
the first local Relay for Life in
1999.
"With tough economic
times for everyone, we are
working twice as hard to raise
funds," Mayo said. "Cancer
never sleeps, nor will we until
we find a cure. We need addi-
tional help for sponsorships
this year. Any amount will help
ensure that our event is a
success and that 100 percent of
,the funds collected from fund-
raising go towards finding a
cure."
To help out, call Mayo at
(813) 757-9307, ext. 224.

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Items of interest from the
Feb. 9 Plant City Commission
meeting include:
A proposal to assess fees to
offset the cost of Plant City's
emergency response to traffic
accidents is being scrapped, at
least for now.
Citing "a lot of legal prob-
lems" with such fees elsewhere,
-City Manager David Sollenberg-
er recommended not pursuing
the program, originally budgeted
to generate $140,000 during
the current fiscal year.
The city planned to impose
the fees for certain police and
fire services provided to nonres-
idents at vehicular accidents.
Dallas is the only American city
making that discrimination of
not assessing such crash fees
for residents, Sollenberger said.
Universal crash fees are not
widespread in Florida, but have
been quite controversial in some
communities, he reported.
Sollenberger said that while
the city can get by this year
without the anticipated addi-
tional revenue, next year could
force decisions about fees vs.
reduced service levels.
Commissioners rejected the
lone bid received in response to
the proposed sale of the former
Plant City Family YMCA site, 4.3
acres at 502 E..Young St.
Hope Outreach Christian
Ministries of Plant City offered
$350,000.
"As the proposal is consider-
ably lower than the appraised
and assessed values, it is rec-
ommended that the bid be re-
jected and that we retain the
property until the real estate
market improves," Sollenberger
said in his report.
A Lakeland appraiser listed a
fair market value of $450,000
to $475,000. Hillsborough
County's property appraiser
estimated the fair market value
at $488,346. The YMCA let its
lease expire on the. property at
the end of 2007.
4 A four-page "Report to Our
Citizens" has been prepared and
is available at the city Web site,
www.plantcitygov.com.
The report includes an over-
view of the community, city
revenues and expenses com-
plete with pie graphs, plus an
outline of major projects under-
taken during the fiscal year that
ended Sept. 30.
The illustrated report includes
performance measures for 2008
and looks ahead to the econom-
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"There are people out here struggling who don't qualify for food assis-

tance. Those of us just struggling in our economy, this is a blessing to us.
CHUCK EDMONDSON
Pastor of Springhead Baptist Church, on the discount groceries offered through Angel Food Ministries


Tribune photos by MICHAEL SPOONEYBARGER
Ashley Tyler, 12, left, Jordan Lewis, 13, and other Springhead Baptist youth group members are on hand to offer assistance to those needing it.




An Angel On Your Side

? Springhead Baptist Church's food ministry
-a brings welcome relief for those in need.


By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
SPRINGHEAD A local church is
offering a helping hand in tough
economic times.
Springhead Baptist Church,
3106 S. Wiggins Road, is offering
discount groceries through Angel
Food Ministries, a nonprofit, non-
denominational organization
providing "grocery relief' to com-
munities in 35 states.
Pastor Chuck Edmondson
spearheaded the effort to bring
the program to Springhead Bap-
tist, saying Angel Food Ministries


Edmondson
He knew of
Angel Food
Ministries from
a previous post.


can assist everyone affected by
the rising cost of groceries.
"There are people out here
struggling who don't qualify for
food assistance," Edmondson
said. "Those of us just struggling
in our economy, this is a blessing
to us." And, he adds, "It's not a


Danielle Tyler, left, Ashley and Jordan box up supplies. Church volun-
teers separate the bulk food when it arrives in a truck.


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Scharlene Gupton, left, checks off boxes carried by Ashley and Jordan. Menus, which change monthly and can be viewed on the
Angel Food Web site, include fresh, frozen and packaged food purchased directly from the nation's leading suppliers.


handout, but a hand up." That's
because the program requires
participants to pay a sum equal to
about half the value of the food
provided monthly. Everyone
qualifies; there are no applica-
tions, limits or restrictions.
Angel Food Ministries works
like this: Food that fills a medium-
size box considered sufficient
to assist in
feeding a fami-
ly of four for a IF YOU GO
week or a sin-
gle senior citi- WHAT: Angel Fo
zen for nearly a WHERE: Springh
month costs church, 3106 S. V
$30. Plant City
The contents WHEN: Orders a
have an aver- 3:30 p.m., Tuesda
age retail value Thursday and 6 t
of about $60, Wednesday; dist
the ministry 10:30 am., fourth
the ministry ly
said.
Menus, TELEPHONE: (813
which change WEB SITE: www.;
monthly and ministries.com
can be viewed
on the Angel
Food Web site, include fresh, fro-
zen and packaged food purchased
directly from the nation's leading
suppliers.
Specialty boxes beef, chicken
or fruits and vegetables are
available for $20 to $22 additional
when purchased with that
mo.th's regular box. Conve-
nience boxes, featuring the con-
tents for 10 heat-and-serve meals


ideal for seniors or people on the
go, are available for $28.
There is no limit on the number
of boxes, but all must be ordered
and paid for in advance. The
church accepts cash, money or-
ders or food stamps. The order
cutoff date for the next delivery is


usually the
month.




od Ministries
ead Baptist
/iggins Road,

accepted 1:30 to
Ly, Wednesday,
o 6:30 p.m.
ribution 9:30 to
Saturday monthly

) 752-4879
angelfood


12th or 13th of each

Distribution
is at the church
from 9 to 11
a.m. the last
Saturday
monthly.
To make it all
possible,
Springhead
Baptist volun-
teers travel to
Bartow at 5:30
a.m. monthly
to meet the
tractor-trailer
rig that trucks
the food from
Angel Food
Ministries'


Georgia warehouse. Other volun-
teers wait at the church to sep-
arate the bulk food once it arrives.
"It is fast-paced," Edmondson
said of the early morning work by
about 40 volunteers, including
members of the youth group who
carry food to the vehicles of those
needing assistance:

See FOOD MINISTRY, Page 12 No


Stan Hobby, left, Aaron Livingston and Evan Prosch help unload a trac-
tor-trailer from Angel Food Ministries' Georgia warehouse.


Keyword:
Angel
Food, for
a video on Spring-
head Baptist
Church's Angel
Food Ministries.


Ile


Food distribution is at Springhead Baptist
Church, 3106 S. Wiggins Road, from 9 to 11
a.m. the last Saturday of the month.








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FOOD MINISTRY

Continued From Page 11

Word of mouth alone has
brought remarkable results in
a short time, with November's
distribution totaling 166 boxes
of food. December and Janu-
ary figures were down, but
church officials attribute it to
the busy holiday season.
Should the number reach 500
boxes, the Angel Food Min-
istries truck will start making
deliveries, to Springhead Bap-
tist, eliminating the local vol-
unteers' early morning drive to
Bartow.
Although Angel Food Min-
istries has dozens of host
churches in the Tampa Bay
area, Springhead Baptist is the
closest for many people, draw-
ing residents from as far as
Zephyrhills. "We're the only
ones in Plant City right now,"
said Edmondson, who came to
Springhead two years ago and
was familiar with Angel Food


HighSichool and is manager of
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nance Inc.
The Rev. Pete Kendall will
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bride-to-be will be given in
marriage by her father, and her
sister Alicia Mohler will be the
maid of honor.
The prospective groom's
friend Shane Kennedy will be
best man.
The ring bearer will be Con-
nor Houff, and flower girl will
be Isabella Mohler.
The couple will take a wed-
ding trip to the western Carib-
bean.


Ministries from his previous
post in Boone, N.C.
Angel Food has many host
churches in North Carolina,
"And it started to grow rapidly
across the country," now oper-
ating in 35 states, Edmondson
said.
Pastors Joe and Linda Wingo
founded the organization in
1994 to help the many Monroe,
Ga., families affected by the
closing of a large industrial
plant there. What began with
feeding 34 families on their
porch grew as other South-
eastern churches got involved.
Angel Food feeds more than
500,000 families monthly, ac-
cording to www.angelfood
ministries.com.
Connie Hopkins, a Plant
City native and Springhead
Baptist member, has been the
church's distribution director
since the local effort was
launched.
"From everything we've
heard, everybody likes the
food; it's a positive thing," with
many return customers, she
said. In addition to church


Nathan Garrett and Ashley
Mohler are engaged to be mar-
ried Saturday.


members and others who
place monthly orders, some
buy every other month and
others buy to help out rela-
tives, added Hopkins, whose
sister, Kathy Paul, assists by
coordinating volunteers for
the Saturday morning distri-
butions.
Word of the local church's
participation in Angel Food
Ministries has spread through
various methods, including
the organization's Web site, so
orders have generally in-
creased monthly, Hopkins
said. "We have people that call
all the time," inquiring about
the program, she added.
Hopkins said Springhead
Baptist has sufficient space to
provide for expansion of the
program.
Edmonson said the ministry
is a good fit for the church's
mission to help the communi-
ty.
"This just helps so many
people," Edmondson said.

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


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

APOSTOLIC
Asamblea Apostolica:
1501 Colson R4 737-3496
Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.
1212 I R wh.is 4-. 5 1f,

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Bethany: .9)4 Htiante RJI

Caltar) Felloihip:
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Doier First: -R 1i' e.-rt,- e P ,t i.9l .0f13
Faith Temple: i.-4,u htldboWr.gh
P.-4 (tii_,rr iwe "52-O. L.
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first PLami (If ('hidre injlfin Rd.
I of nR S9 i. -V.3351
Fort Alafia Corner of SnOill, Hi.' 39
' S'dile Rd -3" 4656
Keysville: SR 6-", 3'-?'i1
Mount Zion:/1 4fat FIn-.iw.i Rd. '5 2161
Pleasam Grome: inrt-r'. ('r( RJ "A"l.A)
Victor) Horship (enler: 'mii hl 1R6

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Bethel: s i A u ii .- '.t'-
Beulah: Illi 11" 2 .

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Burchnood Temple. tinch.;i r ,' Sh i4

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Dover First N. GallagherRd, 659-0203
Eastside: 1318E.Cat&oun St, 754-2681
East Thonotosassa: Mcintosh
& Knights-Griffin Rd, 986-4346
Faith Temple Primitive:
808W W. ashington St. 754-6661
First Baptist Church of Midway:
Midway Rd, 752-7209 .
First Baptist Lithia: Intersection ofSR39 &
Lithia-Pinecrest Rd, 737-1121
First Plant City: 503 N Palmer, 752-4104
First Thonotosassa Missionary:
Ihlnl7,<. h;I 9.lr',.--l"
,reiuer New ML lion Frc-eill Baptisi Churth.
im i I air A', i.. ,'t.? "- .395
Harmon) Baptist Church:

Hope eater "'."-'.*
Hopewell: t, 39 i. -J. "-.i'5.
knights: .'/ Bnch,. .i. h,'\ "-52-49-'
Lebanon: B1anch for:iv R1 "' 2.44*,'
Lont Oak: l.,ie o6 i Rd. '5.' -2
Mount Moriah Freewill:
1r,irea L, ihns..r S ii ~-i-
Mount Moriah Freewill:
W2t ols, i. Rd "3- f14
Mount Olihe: 6(H4 11 bl it -i4 .d 38
New Hope Free ill Baptist Church:
3?/1 /.v.te|,i-,1e t Rd ,lor
New ML lion Freewill: 3fl limunes Rd,.

Northlide: / A),\ fralmkn it. "52.*9-
0,ia-iv:nt I\rp/,n Rd ".- i59)
Plant (it) Primithe: 5ip N. [etr )t

Pleasant Grote First: imri :. ','it id

Shiloh Baptist Church.
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Springhead: .S I\itiug.i l, 'V-8i1"'1
SL Luke Missionarn: /( lfinell

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752-8251
CHURCH OF CHRIST
N. Wilder Rd: 938 N. Wilder R4 752-2771
Cork: Cork Road, 752-1521
laura St: 1310 E. Laura St, 752-2858
Springhead: WigginsRd, 754-1485

CHRISTIAN (Disciples of Christ)
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CHRISTIAN INDEPENDENT
(omerslone Ch(bristian: hltil,.,bRd,


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New Grace: 1214 ( Lw'r.'i v

CHURCH OF GOD (Cleveland, Tenn.)
Doter. (Airinmug iit 659. ii
Plam (it): J21li tludlikae J "i'2-4591
Thrke) Creelt li i.'rit '.1t
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Kingsuay First: A2,' n ,_n.,' .V.,
fier (,". nind r t.

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lIrke)y reek Church of God:
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SL Peter's: ll ,\ i .irV, %


HOUNESS
Deliemrance Tabernacle:
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Retuge (hurth of Our Lord:
"'2Y Ih li/l V

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Full (Gopel Ihbenuile.
231i1 17.m11."al, Rd1 -i4. "r .H
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INTERDENOMINATIONAL (Cont'd)
(otenant Bible thurbh. ha/ aist Baker St,
Mill j l 'l -i II


Deeper Life Fellowship:
CovillaRd, W ofSR 39 N.
Revival Outreach Center:
225 N. Dover Rd, 681-2250

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

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

LUTHERAN
Hope LCMS: 2001 Park Blvd, 752-4622
Lord of Life ELCA:
2104 Mud Lake Rd, 752-6064

NAZARENE
Plant City Community Church of the
Nazarene:2402 MudakeRoag 752-7863

NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Full Gospel Fellowship:
WMcLinAve
Full Gospel Tabernacle:
2311 SammondsRd, 754-3843
Greater Love Christian Center.
1109 N. Franklin St, 759-8270
Impact Family Worship Center:
Meets at Seffner Elementary
School 657-7914
Kainos International Church of Florida:
902 E Renfo St. 764-0929
Grace Bible Ministries:
335 E. Robertson, Brandon,
754-2674
St. Luke Independent Church:
809 Laura St, 813-707-1230
Unity Christ Church:
1911 N Gordon St, 659-2624
Youman's Praise and Worship Center.
U.S.92E

ORTHODOX
Holy Protection Orthodox Church:
3820 Moores Lake Rd, Doe 659-0123

PEINTECOSTAL
Greater Heights Family Worship Center
3301 ClemonsRd, 754-7088
Plant City Foursquare Church:
602 S. Evers St, 759-0528
New Hope Worship Center:
803 WIVMahoneySt, 757-6123

PENTECOSTAL HOUNESS
Dover: Moore's lake & Holiness
Church Rd, 659-1301
Church of the Living God:
1102 Tyler St, 754-5840
PRESBYTERIAN
Evangelical Plant City:
1107 Charlie Griffin Rd 759-9383
PRESBYTERIAN (Contd)
First Presbyterian Plant City.
404 W Reynolds St, 752-4211


SANCTIFIED HOUNESS
Walk with God Ministry:
15140 SR574, Dovet, 659-0930

SEVENU-DAY ADVENT1ST
Plant City: 2203 Strawberry Dr,
752-4694

SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN
MINISERIES, INC
"SAFE" ("Single Again Fellowship
& Evangelism")
2011 South Wiggins Rd., 813-754-3224

SOUTHERN METHODIST
First 103 WJohnson Rd 754-5968

UNnED CHURCH OF CHRIST
St. Mark United Church:
2914Lithia-PinecrestRd, Valrico,
685-0998

UNITED METHODIST
Cork: 4815 W Sam Allen Rd,
754-3233
Dover First: Moore's lake Rd at
Methodist Church R4 659-1415
First Plant City: 303 N. Evers S,
754-3519
Grace: 1801 E. Cherry St, 659-3718
Sunset Heights: Walter Dr, 754-2441
Springhead: 2305 Sparkman Rd,
752-5751
St Luke: 809E. Laura St, 757-6051
Thonotosassa: Fort King Ily at
Mistletoe Dr, 986-7135
Trinity Plant City:
402 W English St, 752-9316

'WORD OF FAITH
Faith Outreach Church of
Plant City:
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reached 67, a record high for
the date.
To view the "Today" show
video, go to
www.msnbc.msn.com/
id/29030091.
The tables turned quickly,
however, with Plant City mak-
ing national news again, this
time for being the warmest
spot in the Lower 48 states on
Feb. 11.
The Associated Press na-
tional weather wrap-up pub-
lished in countless daily news-
papers listed Plant City as
reaching 86 degrees.
For the record, the coldest
spot. that day was Bryce Can-
yon, Utah, with minus-11.
George Wilkens

Group Stands Up
For Its Beliefs
If you saw a small demon-
stration outside Plant City
High School Feb. 6, here's the
scoop: It was all a part of the
Survivors of the Abortion Ho-
locaust Campus Life Tour.
Members of the Riverside,
Calif.-based anti-abortion or-
ganization displayed "educa-
tion boards" and distributed
literature to any interested stu-
dents during their 35-minute


visit planned to coincide with,
the dismissal of classes, said
Campus Life Tour director
Kortney Blythe of Charlotte,
N.C.
Earlier, the 10-member team
spent several hours at the Uni-
versity of South Florida, she
said.
Plant City was singled out
because other Hillsborough
County public schools had
canceled classes that day so
students could attend the Flor-
ida State Fair, she explained.
The nonprofit group reaches
out to young people to involve
them in the pro-life move-
ment, Blythe said.
Plant City police responded
to the school, but took no
action.
"People who don't like our
message like us removed," but
police recognize the group is
merely exercising the right to
free speech, she said.
Traveling in a 10-passenger
van from California, the group
was in Washington, D.C., for
the Jan. 20 inauguration and
the 2009 March for Life two
days later, said Blythe, 26. The


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The Florida tour lasts until
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While on the road, the team
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George Wilkens

Job Fair Planned
On HCC Campus
Area employers are being
invited to participate in next
month's job fair at the Plant
City campus of Hillsborough-
Community College.
"We sent out invitations to
several employers in Plant City
and the surrounding areas,"
said Minnie Burrows, the col-
lege's student services manag-
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tried to select the larger em-
ployers from the chamber [of
commerce] directory."
The event, sponsored by the
Student Services Division at
the Plant City campus in con-
junction with the Tampa Bay
Work Force Alliance, will be
from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 10
in the Trinkle center at the
college, 1206 N. Park Road.
Record unemployment and
the financial needs of HCC
students prompted the college
to organize the event, which is
free and open to the public.
"We're trying to get employ-
ers who may be tied to some of
the programs we offer on cam-
pus," Burrows added. "It will
be a combination of employ-
ers, because some of our stu-
dents are just looking for part-
time. work to make ends
meet."
A resume reviewer will be on
hand to provide assistance in
preparing an effective targeted
resume, but those planning to
attend the job fair should be-
gin preparations now, organiz-
ers suggest. They offer these
suggestions:


Develop a resume and
make several copies to provide
prospective employers.
Practice answering ques-
tions prospective employers
might ask.
Review relevant experi-
ence that may be of interest to
prospective employers.
Compile questions to ask
prospective employers.
Decide on professional at-
tire for the event.
Arrange child care, if nec-
essary.
George Wilkens

First United Methodist
To Offer Health Expo
There will be more than
preaching and singing going
on this weekend at First Unit-
ed Methodist Church.
The church, at 303 N. Evers
St., is sponsoring a community
health and.safety expo from 10
a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. The
expo will include health in-
formation, screenings, safety
tips and more for the entire
family. Door prizes will be giv-
en throughout the morning.
There's no admission
charge, but those who attend
the expo are encouraged to
bring a nonperishable food
item to support the Plant City


United Food Bank.
A few of the available servic-
es will include health screen-
ings for skin cancer, vision and
others. There is a charge for
some of the services.
South Florida Baptist Hospi-
tal will have its Wellness on
Wheels van.
The YMCA will have an exer-
cise class and a massage thera-
pist for neck and shoulder
massages.
There will also be activities
for children, and the Plant City
Fire Rescue will bring a fire
truck and EMS vehicle for in-
spection.
For information, call the
church office (813) 754-3519 or
go to www.firstchurchplant
city.com/
Dave Nicholson

. Chamber Topic Turns
To Valentine's Day
The February breakfast
meeting of the Greater Plant
City Chamber of Commerce
was a few days before Valen-
tine's Day.
So the topic of discussion
occasionally turned to the
most romantic day of the year.
The featured speaker, Mi-
chele Kinser Stutts, senior
manager of business sales for


Busch Gardens, touted a new
after-hours tour of the theme
park that might make Cupid's
arrow fly.
Later, chamber breakfast
emcee Kelleigh Klein added
that several local businesses
could be Valentine's Day desti-
nations, such as hotels. Then
she asked chamber Chairman
Ed Vemer if the Tampa night-
club he partially owns, the
Dallas Bull, might be included
in the group.
Verner said, yes, and added
with a grin, "What happens at
the Bull stays at the Bull."
Dave Nicholson

Price For Lot
Called Into Question
Addressing the Plant City
Commission at its Feb. 9 meet-
ing, resident June Ambrose
questioned the sensibility -
and the price paid by the city -
for a half-acre lot left vacant by
a 2005 arson fire that destroy-
ed nearly a block in the historic
downtown.
"When during the past two
years has this been discussed?"
Ambrose asked of the $475,000
deal. "When was a valuation of
the property presented at any
Sunshine meeting," a refer-
ence to the state's Govern-


ment in the Sunshine open
meetings law.
Ambrose said her search of
meeting minutes on the city
Web site uncovered no dis-
cussion about the property on
the northeast comer of Collins
Street and Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard.
Commissioners and city of-
ficials did not formally re-
spond to Ambrose's com-
ments, which came just prior
to adjournment.
Questioned later, City David
Sollenberger said, "There's
nothing hidden. Those are
summary minutes," he said of
the online version.
"We have it on tape, too,"
added Mayor Rick Lott.
"That's more complete than
the written minutes," Sollen-
berger said of the audio ver-
sion. "We have a small city
clerk staff."
"The last thing we want is
for citizens to think everything
is not disclosed," said Lott,
adding that the taped minutes
will be made available to Am-
brose.
The seller, Curtis Devane,
owns a restaurant across Col-
lins Street and has used the
property as a parking lot since
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4.8 acres at 2715 Jim Johnson
Road, owned by Mark and Her-
berta Jordan.
The change from Hillsborough
County AS-1 to Plant City R-1A
will allow single-family residenc-
es on 7,500 square foot lots or
larger, as well as religious in-
stitutions, schools, day care
centers, parks, government and
agricultural uses.
"Since the proposed rezoning
is a 'straight' rezoning, there are
no specific development details
proposed at this time," accord-
ing to the city planning and
zoning staff report.
Commissioners adopted a
resolution assessing a lien for
the demolition of property at
two different locations.
Condemnation of a building at


906 Woodlawn Ave. was ap-
proved at the July.11 commis-
sion meeting, directing owner
John W. Williams to have it
razed.
As the work was not done
within the specified period, the
city had the structure demol-
ished Dec. 22 at a cost of
$1,096, records show.
The other, a building at 3002
Sydney Road owned by Jose
Francisco Mira, was condemned
at the same July meeting. The
city had it demolished Dec. 23
at a cost of $2,332, records
show.
Such liens to cover demoli-
tion costs incur 6 percent annu-
al interest.
The Florida Department of
Transportation recently com-
pleted $637,822 worth of im-
provements to the James L.
Redman Parkway/Alexander
Street intersection.
A Lakeland company, Lane
Construction, performed the


work, which consisted of con-
structing dualjeft-turn lanes
and a traffic signal upgrade,
Sollenberger reported.
The Sanitation Division has
updated its holiday schedule to
better serve recycling custom-
ers, Sollenberger reported.
Under the new schedule, recy-
cling customers who lose a
pickup because of a holiday will
that week receive service one
day earlier or one day later.
For example, there will be no
collections of recyclables March
2, the day of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival Grand Feature
Parade.
Recycling collections usually
made that day will'instead be
made March 3.
There will be no garbage
collection on March 2 and no
makeup day.
The new schedule will be in-
cluded in utility bills and is post-
ed on the city Web site,
www.plantcitygov.com.


+ As part of the railroad's tie
replacement program, CSX
Transportation on Jan. 28 com-
pleted improvements to cross-
ings at Alexander Street and at
Jim Johnson Road, Sollenberger
reported.
Commissioners approved an
agreement with the Southwest
Florida Water Management
District for that agency to pay
part of the design and construc-
tion costs for a pipeline to pro-
vide reclaimed water to the
Walden Lake golf course, South
Florida Baptist Hospital and
portions of the Flu. ida Straw-
berry Festival grounds.
The city needs to expand its
reclaimed service to reduce the
amount of reclaimed water
being discharged to surface
waters from the reclamation
facility, said a report by the city
manager. -
About three miles of 18-inch
pipe and 3,700 feet of narrower
distribution mains will cost an


estimated $3.5 million, with
Swiftmud paying $1.6 million.
A state water protection
grant will cover another
$603,000 of the cost, and the
city also received a $200,000
Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection grant for the
project. The city's share of the
costs is not expected to exceed
$1.9 million.
Reclaimed water is waste-
water that has been cleansed
enough to use for irrigation and
certain industrial cooling.
Commissioners approved
paying $70,000 to URS South-
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assessment of streets and
drainage in Roseland Park.
The streets and drainage in the
residential subdivision, built in
the 1950s, do not meet current
city standards, and the inade-
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pie venison, hog, venison
chili, fried wild turkey, squir-
rel, oysters and jambalaya. In
addition, there will be archery
demonstrations, drawings for
door prizes and more.
The event is free, but the
church asks guests to make
reservations so it can prepare
enough for everyone.
Call the church at (813) .
571-8200.

Plant City Class Of '59
Seeks Missing Members
PLANT CITY The Plant City
High School Class of 1959 is
seeking former classmates. If
you graduated that year or
have contact information for
any members of the Class of
'59, call Joyce (Whitehurst) .
Kantrowitz at (813) 752-6282,
Nancy (Miles) Ross at (813)
754-3666 or Darlene (Wallace)
Holland at (813) 752-9608.

UPS Employees Honored
By Their Company
PLANT CITY Dennis Ar-
"chambault of Dover and James


Noel of Plant City were re-
cently honored by UPS for
their service to the company.
Archambault completed 25
years as a package car driver
in Lake Wales. He began his
career as a warehouse em-
ployee.
Noel has achieved 28 years
safe driving with UPS. He has
been employed with the com-
pany for 33 years, starting as a
loader in Tampa. Currently,
his route is in Pasco County.
He is a member of the compa-
ny's prestigious Circle of Hon-
or, which includes 4,200 out of
200,000 drivers nationwide.

Confederacy Group
Makes Donation
PLANT CITY At the January
meeting of the United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy, Jeff
Cotton, a representative from
the Jubal Early Camp, Sons of
Confederate Veterans, gave a
report on the Flags Across
Florida project and the dedi-
cation of a memorial park to
be held in April in Tampa.
Plant City United Daughters
of the Confederacy members
presented Cotton with a dona-
tion for the project. The pre-
sentation took place during
the Lee/Jackson dinner. Other
guests at the dinner included


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United Daughters of the Confederacy
Carole Shelton presents a do-
nation to Jeff Cotton of the
Jubal Early Camp, Sons of Con-
federate Veterans.

members of the Florida Mech-
anized Cavalry Sons of Con-
federate Veterans Camp,
which plans to make Plant
City its home.
This group is part of the
nonprofit Sons of Confederate
Veterans. The members will
be working with the Plant City
chapter on projects that will
benefit the community.

Putnam To Speak
At Lincoln Day Dinner
The chairwoman of the
Hillsborough County Repub-
lican Party, Deborah Cox-
Roush, announced that the
2009 Lincoln Day Dinner will
be held Feb. 27, with Con-
gressman Adam Putnam as the


keynote speaker. The dinner
will be at TPepin's Hospitality
Centre.
For information, go to
www.HCRP.org or call (813)
434-5285.

Free Yoga Classes
Offered In Seffner
SEFFNER Free yoga classes
are being offered at FastKicks
Academy, 1428 S. Kingsway
Road, by a certified yoga in-
structor from Thailand. This
karma yoga (teaching yoga for
charity) class helps build flex-
ibility and strength as well as
self-control and peace of
mind.
Each month, a cause is
selected, and if students wish
they can donate to this cause.-
January's donation went to
the conservation of Asian
elephants in Thailand. For a
class schedule, go to
www.seffneryoga.blogspot-
.com.

Nominees Sought
For Leadership Awards
The deadline is April 1 for
nominations for the Florida
Agricultural and Consumer
Services' awards for environ-
mentally innovative farming
practices. The 2009 Agricul-


ture Environmental Leader-
ship Awards recognize cattle,
dairy, fruit and vegetable,
small grain, sod, nursery,
tropical fish, citrus and timber
producers.
Call Stacey Dallis Reese at
(850) 488-3731 for informa-
tion.

Lakeland Center To Host
Coin, Currency Show
LAKELAND The 46th Semi-
annual Collectorama Coin
and Currency Show will be
held at The Lakeland Center
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday
and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. Sunday.. Entrance fee is
$3 per family (good all week-
end). The center is at 701 W.
Lime St.
There will be hourly door
prizes and free appraisals, and
youngsters under 12 get a
daily dip into the "Kid's Buck-
et" for a free hand full of mon-
ey. Call (561) 392-8551 for
information. After each show,
donations are forwarded to
the Florida Sheriff s Youth
Villa.
E-mail items to Betty Briggs at
gabylee@tampabay.rr.com; mail
to The Tampa Tribune, 101 N.
Wheeler St., Plant City FL 33563;
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Virginia Helper
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By GEORGE WILKENS
gwilkens@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Virginia Help-
er, whose 35-year career with
the city culminated with her
becoming the first black city
clerk, has announced she will
retire.
In her Feb. 9 announcement
to the Plant City Commission,
she acknowledged the "sup-
port, kindness and gratitude"
of, the board and co-workers
who helped her attain the city
clerk's position in 2002.
"Thank you for helping me
to fulfill my goals," she said.
"Thank you again for making
my dreams come true."
She also thanked God "for
touching hearts and making
this happen; because I am the
first black city clerk," Helper
said. "I'll miss the warmth
from all of you."


City clerk Virginia Helper was
called "the picture of grace and
competence."

Responding to the an-
nouncement, commissioners
praised her contributions to
the city.
"She's just an icon who has
been a true asset to Plant City,"
said Commissioner Mike
Sparkman.
"You've been an awesome,
awesome part of this city,"
Commissioner Mary Yvette
Thomas Mathis said.
Commissioner Dan Rauler-
son called Helper "the picture
of grace and competence."


"Thank you so much for the
work you've done in the city,"
said Mayor Rick Lott, adding
that she "brought a quiet,
calming presence to the com-
mission."
Commissioner Bill Dodson
said Helper was always "a
good friend," starting in 1974
when he began work as the
city manager's assistant. "Hav-
ing her as city clerk has been a
real pleasure."
City Manager David Sollen-
berger called Helper "a de-
lightful lady and wonderful
person to work with."
Noting that commissioners
select the clerk, Sollenberger
will appoint a three-member
panel of management-level
city employees to prepare the
job description and advertise
the vacancy, adding, however,
there are qualified in-house
candidates.
Helper wants to retire as
soon as possible, but will re-
main until her successor is
selected.

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It's the fifth play in
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PLANT CITY Plant City En-
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other play from the hit Nun- .
sense series, as those zany
nuns travel to Las Vegas to
earn $10,000 offered by an
imaginative parishioner.
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g a line from another
a critic pointed out,
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it naughty, but there
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play is directed by
Murphy, with assis-
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Sis our fifth Nunsense
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CITY UPDATE

Continued From Page 17

City Attorney Ken Buchman
said an appraisal was part of
the resolution the city adopt-
ed, and is available online.
A local real estate company
told the city the property was
worth $290,000 to $541,000,
according to city records.
Hillsborough County prop-
erty records show David Haw-
thorne' sold .2 of an acre to
Curtis Devane and his wife
Tammy in November 2007 for
$125,000. The couple bought
an adjacent parcel about the
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lock for $165,000 in February
2008.
As part of the purchase us-
ing Community Redevelop-
ment Agency funds, Devane
will donate $50,000 back to the
city to use for landscaping the
property.
The city wants to sell the
property, ideally to a developer
for a project with a mix of
residential and commercial
uses.
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Festival.
Hough canceled due to "an
unavoidable scheduling
change," the festival said. The
festival is offering refunds for
fans that bought tickets to her
show and is searching for a
replacement act.
"We're very disappointed,
and we know from Julianne's
management that she feels
bad about letting her fans
down," festival General Man-
ager Paul Davis said in an
e-mail statement. "Both sides
worked very hard to get her
here, but we just couldn't
make the logistics work."
Hough is a two-time winner
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self Coffee 101 recently closed,
but that doesn't mean the end
to caffeine fixes downtown.
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open next month in the same
location, 101 E. J. Arden Mays
Blvd.
Espress Yourself Coffee 101
was on the ground floor of a
building that also houses FO-
CUS magazine. Mike and Dede
Floyd, the owners of building
and the magazine, have an-
nounced plans to open a new
caf6 with coffee and more.
The Daily Grind & News will
also offer well-known national
publications such as the Wall
Street Journal, The New York
Times as well as local publica-
tions such as The Tampa Tri-
bune and the St. Petersburg
Times. The caf6's interior is
undergoing a makeover, and a
new menu is planned with


handy grab-and-go items and
an assortment of pastries de-
livered fresh daily.
The bistro will still house
"the finest coffee and tea prod-
ucts in the area," including a
signature blend of coffee and
tea, Mike Floyd said in a news
release. To celebrate the
town's heritage, the signature
drinks at the cafe will include
strawberry fruit tea, a. straw-
berries and cream blended
drink and a strawberry white
mocha. The shop will also
have a dressed-up interior and
new furniture.
The Daily Grind & News'
grand opening will be March 9,
but there will be a soft opening
one week earlier by invitation
only. To obtain an invitation,
e-mail caf6 manager Carolyn
Miller at Carolyn@dailygrind
andnews.com. The caf6 is also
hiring, and resumes and can
be e-mailed to the same ad-
dress.
The caf6's hours will be from
6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday
through Thursday, 6 a.m. to 10
p.m. Friday and 7 a.m. to 10
p.m. Saturday.
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owners couldn't be reached
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'Mr. Drama'
Visits Church
Christian performer Trevor
Thomas will be featured at 7
p.m. at Knights Baptist
Church, 4809 Paul Buchman
Highway, Plant City.
Thomas, who is nicknamed,
"Mr. Drama," combines mu-
sic, monologues, humor and
more into his ministry. There
is no admission, although an
offering will be accepted at
the show.
Call (813) 752-4972.

Music, Beer
And Barbecue
Country singer Miranda
Lambert will perform at 4 p.m.
-at Busch Gardens' Bud & BBQ
event.
Each weekend through
March 1, Busch Gardens and
its sister park, Sea World in
Orlando, present live perfor-
mances by award-winning
country and classic rock art-
ists. Gregg Allman performs at
Busch Gardens at 4 p.m.
March 1.
Admission to Bud & BBQ is
included with regular park
admission, Fun Card or valid


Passport membership. Con-
certs and artists are subject to
change. For information, go
to www.BudandBBQ.com.

Tinsel Town
In Tampa
Tampa Theatre, 711 N.
Franklin St., celebrates Oscar
Night America at 7:30 p.m.
Officially sanctioned by the
Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences, this black-
tie event includes red carpet
festivities and live simulcast
of the 81st annual Academy
Awards ceremony.
Tickets are $30 for the
event and cash bar or $130 for
admission and VIP reception,
and available at the Tampa
Theatre box office. Proceeds
benefit Tampa Theatre's film
and educational programs.
UPCOMING

IfsAlmost
Festival Time
Rides, shows and moun-
tains of ripe red berries will
be part of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival, Feb. 26 through
March 8. Gates will be open
from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
at the festival grounds, 2202
W. Reynolds St., Plant City.
Tickets can be purchased in
advance at the festival ticket
office, 2209 W. Oak St., and at
area Sweetbay Supermarkets,


for $8 for ages 13 and older
and $4 for ages 6 to 12. Dis-
count admission ticket sales
end Feb. 25 at the festival
ticket office but continue at
Sweetbay throughout the
festival.
Admission prices at the
gate are $10 for adults and $5
for youths. Children 5 and
younger are admitted free
when accompanied by a pay-
ing adult.
Headline concert tickets are
$10 to $35 for reserved seats,
depending on the artist and
seat location (Reserved seats
for Taylor Swift's March I
concert are sold out). A lim-
ited number of seats are avail-
able for free at each concert.
Concert tickets are not good
for admission to the festival
grounds.
The midway opens at noon
daily except on Feb. 28 and
March 1, 2, 7 and 8, when it
opens at 10 a.m.
The festival's Web site is
www.flstrawberryfestival.com.
For information, call the tick-
et office at (813) 754-1996.

Outdoor Expo,
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final chance to get registered
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ation and Parks Department/
Optimist youth soccer season.
Players must be registered by 5
p.m. at the department's office
at 1904 S. Park Road.
The program is for youths
who want to play in an atmo-
sphere of fair play and good
sportsmanship. Last year,
more than 1,500 youths played
in 11 age groups ranging from
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p.m. Feb. 27, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Feb. 28 and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
March 1.
The event features fishing
and hunting gear, outdoor
products, a children's fishing
derby and more. There also
will be demonstrations and
seminars. Parking is $5 for
cars and $10 for RVs and bus-
es.
The fairgrounds are at 4800


Complex.
A birth certificate must be
provided at registration. The
$35 fee includes mandatory
recreation accident insurance.
Checks may be made payable
to the City of Plant City.
Those who are signed up
should know that call-outs for
team assignments will be
Monday and Tuesday at the
sports complex.
The recreation department/
Optimist youth basketball sea-
son is winding down. Playoffs
began last week, and the
championship games are
Monday and Tuesday.
Three teams had undefeat-
ed regular seasons: the Pistons
in the Cadet League, Celtics in
the Junior Boys and Magic in


U.S. 301 N., Tampa.
Visitors are asked to enter
the fairgrounds at the U.S.
301 North entrance. Call (813)
259-8224 for information and
ticket prices.

Workshop Teaches
Vegetable Gardening
The Hillsborough County
Extension Office will host a
workshop on vegetable gar-
dening from 9 a.m. to noon
Feb. 28 at 5339 County Road
579, Seffner.
The event will feature the
following times and topics: 9


the Senior Boys.

Football, Cheerleading
Sign-Ups Announced
PLANT CITY The Plant City
Dolphins will hold sign-ups for
football and cheerleading from
9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 28 and
March 21.
The sign-ups will be at the
Otis M. Andrews Sports Com-
plex, off Cherry Street south of
Interstate 4. Children 6 to 15
are eligible to participate in a
season that lasts from July
through November.
For information, call Buddy
Bennett at (813) 478-3693 or
(863) 619-6801.
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By DAREK SHARP
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PLANT CITY A number of
problems beset Jason Strunk
in his first year as Plant City
Raider football coach, some
simply a function of his late
arrival on the scene.
Take offseason weight
training, for example. With
Strunk fully settling in Plant
City July 1, there was no way
to organize a strength-and-
conditioning program. Just
getting ready for the season
and becoming familiar with
his players and co-workers
was top priority.
But Strunk is glowing these
days, with participation from
football players in the
strength-and-conditioning
program.
"Weight training is the
backbone of a program,"
Strunk said. "Right now, we
have 65 kids, all football play-
ers, every day from 3:15 to
5:15 after school lifting.
They're pounding the
weights hard."
Strunk said one reason for
the Raiders' lack of success -
they went 3-7 last season -
was not having the strength
of their opponents. But he


has been encouraged by the
participation.
The program began Dec. 1,
and it runs Monday through
Thursday.
"We're doing this all the
way through, right through
the spring football game," he
said. "That way, when fall
practice hits, during the sea-
son you're lifting just a coi-
ple of times a week to main-
tain [weight], rather than
build it."
Another sign of how seri-
ously the program is being
taken: Every football coach is
in attendance at each ses-
sion.
Strunk said about 20 foot-
ball players are not able to
attend because they play oth-.
er winter sports, but many
will join the program when
their seasons end.
The Raiders even have
their own strength-and-con-
ditioning coach. Strunk hired
Cory Kollister to spearhead
the routines. He worked at
Penn State University in the
late 1990s.
"It's really nice to have a
coach just for that purpose.
We've go this going in the
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director Dan Goggin. The local
community theater staff jump-
ed at the chance to return
Bavinger, a Plant City resident
now working in India, to the
stage.
"Becky was only 16 years old
when she was chosen for the
original play," Murphy said.
"She was attending a Catholic
high school in Lakeland; the
only Catholic actor in the play.
She was amazing, and we
loved her."
A lot has gone on for Bav-
inger since 2000, Outen said.
She graduated from Santa Fe
Catholic High in 2002 and
from Georgetown University
in Washington, D.C.
She is the director of the
India program for a worldwide
nonprofit organization, The
Emancipation Network. The
network fights human bond-
age, slavery, forced prostitu-
tion and illegal adoption.
Bavinger works in Calcutta,
also known as Kolkata, in
northeastern India.
"India, or Kolkata, may not
suit many people," Bavinger
said. "But it has a strange,
exotic appeal about it."
Murphy and Outen contact-
ed Bavinger through her par-
ents, who live in Walden Lake.
"Becky came home for
Christmas to be with her fami-
ly," Murphy said. "Then she
went back to India for a month
and returned to rehearse and
perform in the play. We all love
her. It's great to see her and


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WHAT: Plant City Entertain-
ment's latest production in the
Nunsense series, "Nunsensa-
tions: The Nunsense Vegas
Revue"
WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday and
Saturday
WHERE: Cornerstone Center,
315 N. Collins St., Plant City
TICKETS: $10 general admis-
sion, $8 for students through
12th grade and ages 55 and
older. Tickets will be available
at the door starting an hour
before each performance.
Advance tickets can be pur-
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1501 N. Wheeler St., Plant City.
INFORMATION: Call (813)
754-4929.


have the cast together again."
White recalled the first Nun-
sense plays performed by
Plant City Entertainment.
"In the first play, Dixie
Forbes-Gorby portrayed Sister
Amnesia, the character now
played by April [Smith]," White
said. "And Becky's part wasn't
written into the third and
fourth plays in the series. But,
overall, we have been together
since the beginning."
The players began rehearsal
in early January.
"We sent a copy of the script
to India for Becky to work
with," White said. "She has
been working overtime with us
to catch up. We know what it
takes to get ready. This play
will be a lot of fun."

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PLANT CITY Pediatrician
Rachel Ray of Plant City has
crossed paths with her famous
namesake in a most unique
way.
Producers of the nationally
syndicated daytime television
cooking program flew the doc-
tor to New York last month to
be part of the "Rachael Ray"
show.
The amusing piece is simply
to demonstrate "What is it like
to have the name Rachel Ray?"
Ray said.
"They flew me up there, and
they came down and filmed
for a day here," she said.


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first names differently, the
show's staff found the one in
Plant City through an online
search. After calling her, they
checked further and found 100
more with the name from all
walks of life. The number of
show participants was culled
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professionals, a nurse and a
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it be? But I knew in back of my
mind it wasn't," she said.
The comical double-take is
not uncommon, Ray said.
"They swipe your card, and
they look at the name; they
look at you, and they look at
the name," Ray said.
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a celebrity, funny things some-
times happen to you," she
said.
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the airplane, I went to check in
and they were all disappoint-
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wasn't born Rachel Ray," said
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leave I watched a lot because I
like they way she cooks," Ray
added.
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PLANT CITY Freeman and down
Connor Bass certainly are not Des
the only stars on the Durant gars a
boys soccer team, but it's hard team i
to imagine the Cougars with- thanks
out them. victors
Although forwards Cecil where
Clarke and Billy Fanning have up enc
racked up the goals on offense, Mitc
the other side of the field has better
been anchored by the Basses. for th
Freeman, a senior, is perhaps though
the best sweeper in the area, true o0
and Connor, a sophomore, has But
come up big at the goalkeeper left in
position. Freem
With their help, Durant ex- with a
perienced the best season in rare m
program history. The Cougars on a st
were 25-2 after a dramatic 1-0 the ba
victory over Mitchell High on thing I
Feb. 10 in the Class 6A-Region to do
2 semifinals. tangs.
Durant's outstanding sea- Just
son came to an end Friday up, fe
night with a 3-0 loss against who
nationally ranked Melbourne home
in a regional final. The visitors season
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elboume's defense shut
the Cougars.
pite the loss, the Cou-
dvanced as far as any
n school history. That's
to the regional semi
y at Durant, a game
the Bass brothers came
)rmous.
:hell probably had the
of the scoring chances
e first hour of play,
h there were very few
)portunities to be had.
with about 10 minutes
a scoreless regulation,
an took over the game
stunning play. Making a
Love up the field, he put
wrong run and controlled
dll for 40 yards, some-
Durant had been unable
much against the Mus-

as the defense caught
d the ball to Fanning,
drilled a perfect shot
for his 26th goal of the
, two shy of the school

eman is the leader and


MVP of the team," Durant
head coach Jamin Hollings-
worth said. "Obviously it's a
team game and you need way
more than one guy, but he has
been playing at an elite level
since districts started, and
then he makes that one run
[against Mitchell] that opens
up their defense."
Durant's first four games in
district play and in the playoffs
were all shutouts. Connor was
the star of the district champi-
onship game, which was
scoreless through 100 minutes.
In the penalty-kick shootout,
he made three saves, the victo-
ry assuring Durant would be at
home through all of the re-
gional rounds.
"He makes all the saves that
we need him to," Hollings-
worth said.
Jarrett Williams, Tommy
McCandeless and Micah Gar-
cia have been major factors in
the defensive effort as well,
and David Eisenhauer and Leo
Mesquita have been instru-
mental in setting up Clark and
Fanning for scoring chances.


Team Bass Keeps


The Cougars On Top

The senior and sophomore hold down the defense.


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Spring

Sports

Ready

To Begin
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY. Spring is
here at least from a
sports standpoint.
Last. week, the high
school sports schedule,
though still wrapping up
the winter sports, flipped to
spring.
Tennis and baseball were
scheduled to start Tuesday,
and track and flag football
will get going in March.
Both Plant City and Du-
rant have hopes for a trip to
the state tourney in softball,
and their seasons started
Feb. 11 against quality op-
ponents. Durant, which
made last year's 6A state
semis at Plant City Stadium,
lost to Newsome 6-2. The
Wolves reached last year's
5A region final.
The Cougars are led by
University of Florida-bound
Kelsey Horton.
Although Durant lost ace
pitcher Sara DeMuth, Plant
City returns its star pitcher,
senior Megan Still. She got
off to a great start, blanking
Sarasota Riverview 4-0 on
Feb. 11 with 15 strikeouts.
Taylor Storey had two hits
and two RBIs.
Plant City will have two
players signing scholarships
next week, with Amanda
Alba and Tara Thomas set
to commit to Brevard Com-
munity College on Monday.
Plant City is at home for
its next three games: Thurs-
day vs. Brandon, Friday vs.
Sarasota and Tuesday vs.
Lakeland. Durant is at Riv-
erview on Friday.
The Raider baseball team
will also be playing at home
against Sarasota on Friday
and Lakeland on Tuesday.
Durant's baseball team vis-
its Riverview on Friday and
then heads to Gaither for a
Saturday afternoon game.
As for tennis, Durant's
girls team looks like it will
have its most prolific player
ever. Kara Cecil has already
committed to play for Ohio
State University.


DeVall Commits To School


Tribune photo by JASON BEHNKEN
Austin DeVall is the 6-foot-3-
inch, ,225-pound leader along
the defensive line for Durant.


The Durant player
will go on to
Mount Union
College in Ohio.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY One football
player going on to join a na-
tional champion is impressive.
But last week, Durant made it
No. 2.
Although not nearly as eye-
popping as teammate Cole
Gilliam's plans to head to the
University of Florida, Austin
DeVall is also going to a school
with a phenomenal tradition.
DeVall has committed to
Mount Union College in Alli-
ance, Ohio.


Mount Union has won 10
national championships in Di-
vision III football, and those
have all come in the past 16
years. In the past four seasons,
the Purple Raiders have been
to the title game, playing Wis-
consin-Whitewater each time
and winning three of those
meetings, including the most
recent title game Dec. 22.
DeVall, the 6-foot-3-inch,
225-pound leader along the
defensive line for Durant, must
have really impressed Mount
Union coaches because they
have made very few signing
from Florida. Last year's roster
had two players from Winter
Springs High and another
from Pahokee.
"I know Mount Union was
at a recruiting fair that I at-


tended, but they never spoke
to me at all, so this was a
pleasant surprise," Durant
head coach Mike Gottman
said.
In his senior year, DeVall
made All-Western Conference
honors and had 26 tackles,
helping Durant to a 6-5 record
and playoff berth.
Gilliam recently confirmed
his "preferred walk-on" status
at Florida. He chose the oppor-
tunity to perhaps get a football
scholarship with the Gators
over a sure-fire full ride at
Division I-AA Liberty Universi-
ty in Virginia.
"When I met with [Gators
head coach] Urban Meyer,
that pretty much did it," Gil-
liam said last week.


Association Changes Districts


But Plant City and
Durant will stay
district rivals.
By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY When Sarasota
and Sarasota Riverview met for
the District 6A-8 girls basket-
ball finals early this month, the
atmosphere was not befitting
the occasion.
That's because the tourney
was hosted by Plant City High,
and considering the teams in-
volved there was little interest
locally.
Thankfully, that type of
thing won't happen again.
Last week the Florida High
School Athletics Association,
on the heels of its drastic alter-
ation of the districts for foot-
ball, made equally big changes
to three more major head-to-
head team sports. And in all
three basketball, soccer and
volleyball Durant and Plant
City had to be smiling at what
they saw.
For the past six seasons, all
the above sports teams, for the
Raiders and Cougars, were in
Class 6A. Since the only other
6A teams from Hillsborough
County were East Bay and Riv-
erview, they all had to be
grouped together in a district
with the closest schools. That


meant both the Sarasota pro-
grams and Lakeland High.
In the newly proposed align-
ment Plant City and Durant
will stay district rivals main-
taining East Bay. The rest of
their district opponents will be
from Hillsborough County:
Armwood, Newsome, Tampa
Bay Tech and Freedom.
The new proposed district is
Class 5A-District 9.
Sarasota and Sarasota River-
view stay in 6A where they will
be grouped with North Port
and four Pinellas County
schools, Palm Harbor, East
Lake, Countryside and St. Pe-
tersburg. Schools have until
Feb. 20 to request changes to
their assignment.
Some Hillsborough pro-
grams were moved up to 6A,
but they will be in their own
district: Bloomingdale, Bran-
don, Alonso, Plant and Whar-
ton.
The switch likely benefits
the Raiders and Cougars in all
three sports.
And it may open up some
long-awaited playoff trips for
the Plant City schools in girls
basketball. Since 2004, when
Durant made it in as district
runner-up, only one time in
the last five seasons has the
6A-8 final been anything other
than a Sarasota-Sarasota Riv-
erview matchup.


This season the two teams
did not lose to anyone else in
the district and ended up play-
ing the championship Feb. 7 at
Plant City. Sarasota Riverview
won the title.
Plant City was eliminated in
the tournament's first game
63-60 by East Bay. The Raiders
finished with a record of 8-10.
Quet Shaw ended the year with
a team-high 16.2 points per
game average.
Durant defeated Riverview
in the first round but then fell
to Sarasota Riverview. The
Cougars led at the half but lost
52-35, done in by poor shoot-
ing. Eryka Williams scored 12
points and Janae Lancaster
had llfor Durant, which
wound up with a record of
14-8.
The boys tournament began
last week. Both Plant City and
Durant won their openers and
if they were victorious in Fri-
day's semifinals, will be in the
state playoffs which start
Thursday.
Plant City pulled out a 61-53
win against Sarasota in the first
round of the district tourney,
played Feb. 10. Chris Smith
scored a season-high 20 points
as the Raiders rebounded
strongly after giving up a dou-
ble-digit lead. Sarasota went
ahead 35-34 in the last second
of the third quarter, but Kenny


Adams scored four straight
points to put the Raiders
ahead by four.
Josh Thiebe sank a key 3-
pointer, and Smith followed
that with a steal and hoop as
the Raiders got the lead to
48-40. Sarasota again made it
close, 50-47, with 2:50 to play,
but then Smith and Sharrod
Hardnett scored consecutive
hoops off steals to put away
the Sailors.
In its opener, Durant got a
scare from bottom-seeded Riv-
erview, which came in with
only two wins but played loose
and had the margin down to
four points in the final min-
utes. But A.J. Garden scored on
consecutive trips, and Durant
executed well down the
stretch, making its free throws
and winning 62-54.
Sarasota Riverview, which
Durant defeated in both reg-
ular-season meetings, got its
revenge Friday and ended the
Cougars' season with a 69-53
victory. Durant finished the
season 21-6.
In Friday's other semifinal,
Plant City (8-10) lost to the
sixth-ranked Lakeland, the
tourney's top seed, 62-46.
Lakeland went on to defeated
Sarasota Riverview on Satur-
day for the district title with
both teams advancing to the
playoffs.







ICON RETIRES


Continued From Page 24

Helper started with the city
in 1969 as a clerk typist, rising
through the ranks to become
payroll clerk, personnel tech-
nician and the city manager's
secretary before becoming
deputy city clerk in 1978.
As the deputy clerk, she
recorded the official minutes
of city commission meetings,
maintained city records and
filled in when City Clerk Mar-
tin J. Wisgerhof was absent.
On Dec. 31, 1998, Helper
retired as deputy clerk, but
that was short-lived.
In 2002, the city split the
duties of Wisgerhof, who was
then clerk and finance direc-
tor.
Helper was asked to return
as city clerk, which she did in
December 2002.
For Helper, retirement will
mean more time for song-


writing and her gospel-singing
pursuits, which have been a
large part of her life since 1978,
first with the Oracles of Proph-
ecy and now with Sanctuary.
The seven-member group
performs at churches, wed-
ding, funeral and other events.
"Whoever needs us, we'll
come and sing for them," she
said. "I have about 50 songs I
have not had recorded, so I'm
going to work on that," she
said of her immediate retire-
ment plans. Helper also writes
sermons and sometimes min-
isters in various places. She
also plans to do volunteer
work.
"When you're younger you
can do two or three things at
the same time," but age brings
a decline in energy levels, the
65-year-old said. "Most of the
time [after a day's work] all I
want to do is go home, eat and
go to bed," she said with a
laugh.

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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported Feb. 5-11 to the
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.
Questions about a specific event
should be directed to the sheriff's
office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
AI Simmons Rd/Walden Sheffield
Rd, loose animal, Feb. 10, 2:34 p.m.
Antioch Country PI, Block 8900,
person down, Feb. 6, 11:47 p.m.
Bragg St, Block 14500, prowler, Feb.
10, 12:24 a.m.
Dad Weldon Rd/Walden Sheffield
Rd, noise complaint, Feb. 7, 10:28 p.m.
Dover Rd N/Wooten Rd, drug law
violation, Feb. 6, 11:11 a.m.
Downing St, Block 14400, criminal
mischief, Feb. 10, 10:11 a.m.
Downing St, Block 14400, neighbor
trouble, Feb. 9, 4:51 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14400, illegal
dumping, Feb. 6, 2:23 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Pettie Rd, drug law
violation, Feb. 10, 1:12 a.m.
Dr King Blvd/Pettie Rd, drug law
violation, Feb. 10, 8:28 p.m.
Gallagher Rd, Block 2800, noise
complaint, Feb. 7, 10:19 p.m.
Gallagher Rd/Wheeler Rd E, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 7,3:52 p.m.
Gavin Rd, Block 13800, disturbance,
Feb. 9, 1:29 p.m.
Gavin Rd, Block 13800, disturbance,
Feb. 9, 2:58 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14400, neighbor
trouble, Feb. 10, 4:43 p.m.
Grant St, Block 14500, noise com-
plaint, Feb. 7, 6:29 p.m.
Lawnwood PI, Block 6100, dead
person, Feb. 11, 2:44 p.m.
Lewis Gallagher Rd, Block 13300,
discharge firearm, Feb. 10, 4:24 p.m.
Lilita Ave, Block 13100, illegal dump-
ing, Feb. 5,2:17 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
6, 3:02 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
9, 4:34 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
endangered, Feb. 6, 7:07 a.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Feb. 8, 8:35 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 2300, noise
complaint, Feb. 8, 1:36 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 2300, noise
complaint, Feb. 8, 2:05 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 4600, distur-
bance, Feb. 11, 4:42 a.m.
Meadow Oaks Dr, Block 13800, theft,
Feb. 8, 2:12 p.m.
Moser PI, Block 1900, disturbance,
Feb. 8, 9:08 p.m.
Neeley Rd, Block 13500, noise com-
plaint, Feb. 7, 10:08 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5100, stolen vehicle,
Feb. 5, 4:02 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5200, assault/battery,


RACHEL RAY


Continued From Page 32


ences. Prior to taping, pro-
ducers reviewed with Ray the
questions the host would ask
her during the taping. Ray
said she was "surprised how
staged it all is."
Ray's complimentary two-
day stay in "absolutely freez-
ing" New York ended Jan. 14,
when she flew home the
night before US Airways
Flight 1549 made its miracu-
lous crash landing in the
Hudson River.
Hallie Goldfarb, a spokes-


Feb. 7, 2:54 a.m.
San Juan Diego Way, Block 13500,
noise complaint, Feb. 8, 2:03 a.m.
Sydney Dover Rd/Sydney Rd, dis-
turbance, Feb. 6, 8:22 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 13400, residential
burglary, Feb. 11, 12:08 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 13600, illegal dumping,
Feb. 10, 3:43 p.m.
US 92 E/Mcintosh Rd, DUI, Feb. 5,
3:07 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5800, disturbance,
Feb. 5, 2:11 p.m.
Valrico Rd N, Block 1800, person
down, Feb. 11, 9:12 p.m.
Valrico Rd N, Block 2800, animal call,
Feb. 11, 3:48 p.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, fire, Feb.
11, 7:13 a.m.
Valrico Rd N/Wheeler Rd E, fire, Feb.
9, 2:57 p.m.
Walden Sheffield Rd, Block 13800,
noise complaint, Feb. 7, 8:18 p.m.
Waterscapes Ln, Block 15500, dis-
turbance, Feb. 11, 4:55 p.m.
Wheeler Rd E, Block 12700, dis-
turbance, Feb. 7, 11:20 p.m.
Wheeler Rd E, Block 2000, fight, Feb.
8, 9:09 p.m.

33540
Bruton Rd, Block 3700, disturbance,
Feb. 8, 4:35 p.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4600, loose
animal, Feb. 8, 8:29 a.m.
Beauchamp Rd/Branch Forbes, loose
animal, Feb. 10, 7:36 p.m.

33565
1-4 E/Branch Forbes Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 9, 12:14 a.m.
1-4 E/County Line Rd, traffic crash/
injuries, Feb. 10, 7:38 a.m.
Antioch Country PI, Block 8900,
person down, Feb. 6, 11:47 p.m.
Bob Head Rd/Cooper Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 11, 8:48 a.m.
Bocephus TI, Block 5000, domestic
violence, Feb. 8, 8:35 p.m.
Candis Rd, Block 2100, discharge
firearm, Feb. 10, 10:36 a.m.
Charlie Taylor Rd/Midway Rd, illegal
dumping, Feb. 9, 5:15 p.m.
Chestnut Dr, Block 20, assault/
battery, Feb. 11, 5:42 p.m.
Cork Rd, Block 4100, stolen vehicle,
Feb. 8, 3:13 p.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 1,
residential burglary, Feb. 7, 8:27 p.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 10,
criminal mischief, Feb. 8, 3:28 p.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 5,
criminal mischief, Feb. 8, 8:02 a.m.
County Line Rd N/I-4 E, criminal
mischief, Feb. 6, 3:18 p.m.
Forbes Rd N, Block 3400, criminal
mischief, Feb. 7, 9:23 a.m.
Keene Rd, Block 4800, disturbance,


woman for the syndicated
program, said three women
for the "Real Life Rachael
Ray" segment were located
through Internet research
and people contacting the
show's Web site. Goldfarb
said last week the air date for
the segment has not yet been
scheduled. Producers prom-
ised to alert Ray once the air
date is determined. "Rachael
Ray" airs at 2 p.m., weekdays
on WFLA, Channel 8.
"It's like having a little
taste of stardom without be-
ing a star," Ray said of her
name.


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


Feb. 8, 8:44 p.m.
Knights Griffin Rd E/Paul Buchman
Hw, fire, Feb. 5, 6:42 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd.E/Paul Buchman
Hw, traffic crash/injuries, Feb. 5, 8:35
a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 2200,
fire, Feb. 5, 6:42 a.m.
Knights Griffin Rd W, Block 2400,
fire, Feb. 5, 6:42 a.m.
Lampp Rd, Block 3400, domestic
violence, Feb. 7, 7:13 p.m.
Laura St E, Block 1200, drug law
violation, Feb. 10, 9:17 p.m.
Laura St E, Block 1200, drug law
violation, Feb. 10, 9:18 p.m.
Laura St E/Water St, drug law
violation, Feb. 5, 8:44 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
8, 11:29 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hw/Bruton Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 11, 12:04 p.m.
Pine Oak Dr, Block 40, assault/
battery, Feb. 11, 5:30 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 3600, theft,
Feb. 11, 1:50 p.m.
Sam Allen Rd W/Sam Allen Oaks Cr,
domestic violence, Feb. 10, 11:37 p.m.
Stanley Rd, Block 4300, domestic
violence, Feb. 9, 9:20 p.m.
Terrace Dr W, Block 1300, loose
animal, Feb. 7, 9:04 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd, Block 4300, illegal
dumping, Feb. 5,4:26 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E/James L Redman Pw,
DUI, Feb. 8, 1:31 a.m.
.Wallace Branch Rd, Block 3200,
domestic violence, Feb. 10, 9:43 p.m.
Wilder Rd N/Williams Rd, livestock
investigation, Feb. 9, 2:49 p.m.

33566
Barrel Palm Way, Block 4000, dis-
turbance, Feb. 6, 4:42 p.m.
Barrel Palm Way, Block 4000, theft,
Feb. 6, 2:03 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, residential
burglary, Feb. 10, 5:44 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, residential
burglary, Feb. 11, 10:38 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, residential
burglary, Feb. 11, 3:03 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 4800, residential
burglary, Feb. 11, 9:54 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 5100, distur-
bance, Feb. 8, 9:50 p.m.
Frontage Rd S, Block 3800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 6, 7:39 p.m.
Greenway Dr, Block 500, noise
complaint, Feb. 10, 1:12 a.m.
Jack Warren Rd, Block 3400, vehicle
burglary, Feb. 5, 6:35 a.m. *
Jap Tucker Rd, Block 3400, theft,
Feb. 11, 2:24 p.m.
Jim Johnson Rd, Block 2500, criminal
mischief, Feb. 10, 6:30 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
10, 12:13 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
10, 2:45 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.


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EVENTS

Thursday


KINDERGARTEN ROUNDUP:
Jackson Elementary School, 502
E. Gilchrist St., will have a kin-
dergarten round-up from 6:30
to 7:30 p.m. Thursday for chil-
dren who will be 5 on or before
Sept. 1. Parents or guardians
should bring a child's gift certif-
icate, current physical, child's
Social Security number, proof of
residency such as an electric bill
and Medicaid number, if applica-
ble. There will be drawings and
giveaways. Call (813) 757-9341.


5, 4:14 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
9, 11:22 p.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Feb. 10, 10:35 a.m.
Maryland Ave S, Block 10, theft, Feb.
10, 2:47 p.m.
Mcwetherbee Ln, Block 2800, do-
mestic violence, Feb. 8, 5:39 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Trapnell Rd W, dis-
turbance, Feb. 6, 5:36 p.m.
Nesmith Rd/Joe King Rd, discharge
firearm, Feb. 6, 6:45 p.m.
Raider PI, Block 1, drug law violation,
Feb. 5, 10:33 a.m.
Raye Ann Dr, Block 3500, fire, Feb. 6,
1:59 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 2000, criminal mis-
chief, Feb. 7, 10:30 a.m.
SR 60 W, Block 2500, illegal dump-
ing, Feb. 6, 10:29 a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, fire
bomb/arson, Feb. 7, 12:41 a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, fire
bomb/arson, Feb. 7, 12:41 a.m.
Sam Astin Rd, Block 3500, fire, Feb.
7,12:56 a.m.
Sam Hicks Rd, Block 2500, neighbor
trouble, Feb. 11, 6:44 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 4800, resi-
dential burglary, Feb. 7, 8:46 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, DUI, Feb. 6,
9:51 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1100, DUI, Feb. 7,
3:17 a.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1400, domestic
violence, Feb. 9, 6:05 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, criminal
mischief, Feb. 10, 5:08 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, criminal
mischief, Feb. 10, 5:17 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 400, discharge
firearm, Feb. 11, 3:39 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Clemons Rd, DUI, Feb.
5, 8:22 p.m.
Sparkman Rd/Clemons Rd, traffic
crash/injuries, Feb. 10, 12:16 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 4500, criminal
mischief, Feb. 11, 7:40 a.m.
Trapnell Rd W/Mud Lake Rd, stolen
vehicle, Feb. 5, 4:22 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/SR 60 E, loose
animal, Feb. 7, 9:20 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/SR 60 W, loose
animal, Feb. 10, 8:50 a.m.
US 92 E, Block 3400, illegal dumping,
Feb. 11, 10:17 a.m.
Windmill Pointe Dr, Block 4300,
vehicle burglary, Feb. 5, 6:50 p.m.

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Abraham Rd/Keysville Rd W, noise
complaint, Feb. 7, 12:51 a.m.
Claude Gay Dr, Block 1800, dis-
turbance, Feb. 8, 4:19 p.m.
Connell Rd, Block 5700, theft, Feb. 7,
11:56 a.m.
Connell Rd, Block 5700, theft, Feb. 7,
12:49 p.m.
County Line Rd N/Frontage Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Feb. 10, 7:39 a.m.


seminar on buying a home will
be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday at Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 W. McLendon St.,
Plant City. Topics include get-
ting pre-qualified, title insur-
ance, mortgage and down pay-
ment assistance programs and
other topics. 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.

Friday


PUBLIC TOUR: The city will
FREE HOMEBUYER SEMINAR: A show off its new $53 million


Durant Rd, Block 6600, loose animal,
Feb. 10, 2 p.m.
Durant Rd, Block 6900, disturbance,
Feb. 10, 9:07 p.m.
Durant Rd/Joe Davis Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 9, 5:59 p.m.
Henry George Rd, Block 8400,
disturbance, Feb. 11, 2:04 p.m.
Hopewell Manor Rd/James L Red-
man Pw, robbery, Feb. 8,4:40 p.m.
Keysville Rd E/CR 39 S, disturbance,
Feb. 7, 6 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/CR 39 S, loose
animal, Feb. 5, 6:26 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/Pitt Rd, loose animal,
Feb. 5, 6:23 p.m.
Keysville Rd W/Turkey Creek Rd,
illegal dumping, Feb. 5, 9:01 a.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Feb.
6, 11:20 a.m.
Location Withheld, missing juvenile/
runaway, Feb. 11, 7:23 p.m.
Mary Ivy Dr, Block 8600, person
down, Feb. 10, 12:34 p.m.
Mud Lake Rd/Heathcoe Rd, DUI, Feb.
5, 8:58 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd, Block 1100, animal
call, Feb. 8, 6:47 p.m.
Old Hopewell Rd, Block 1100, home
invasion, Feb. 8, 4:16 p.m.
Panther Lp, Block 5700, assault/
battery, Feb. 7, 1:53 p.m.
Rain Frog Ln, Block 5400, distur-
bance, Feb. 9, 8:41 p.m.
Red Rose Ln, Block 4100, loose
animal, Feb. 11, 4:35 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 3800, robbery, Feb. 9,
11:21 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, theft in prog-
ress, Feb. 8, 4:48 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 6000, theft, Feb. 9,
6:29 a.m.
SR 60 E/CR 39 S, loose animal, Feb.
5, 4:02 p.m.
SR 60 E/James L Redman Pw, loose
animal, Feb. 5, 1:13 p.m.
SR 60 W, Block 100, loose animal,
Feb. 8, 10:08 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 3900, dis-
charge firearm, Feb. 9, 11:51 a.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 3900, robbery,
Feb. 9, 12:21 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 10, 8:51 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 11, 10:13 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 11, 12:54 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Durant Rd, loose
animal, Feb. 6, 10:14 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd/Edward Meda,
loose animal, Feb. 11,. 10:14 a.m.
Whitehead Rd/Turkey Creek Rd,
illegal dumping, Feb. 5, 8:32 a.m.
Woodrow Wilson St N, Block 500,
drug law violation, Feb. 5,12:04 p.m.

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used for irrigation, industrial
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