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Title: Plant City courier & tribune
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Publication Date: March 25, 2009
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WEDNESDAY,MARCH 25, 2009






COURIER' TRIBUNE
SERVING PLANT CITY;: ." OVER. TURKEY CREEK AND SU WOUNDING G COMMUNE TIES


On The Right Foot


Tribune photo by CHRIS URSO
Lori Matta works with a group of young girls during a tumble and cheer class at her Dance Carousel studio. Matta,
who has danced most of her life, was once a cheerleader for the New England Patriots football team.

A longtime dancer and former NFL cheerleader, Lori Matta has quickly become -
a fixture in the dance-instructor community with her Dance Carousel.
STORY, PAGE10

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Saying Goodbye
Street rod fans pay a
final tribute to Tony
Lala, who spent a
lifetime building and
restoring the vehicles.
Page 8


Work Pays Off
East Hillsborough Art
Guild members
worked for months to
stage the successful
Florida Strawberry
Festival art show
Page 24

Dealership Changes
Ferman ends new car
sales and service at its
Plant City location.
Used car sales
continue there.
Page 26


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If you don't mind a little work, there's plenty of berries ripe for
the picking. U-pick prices are averaging two quarts for $1.



Treasure Awaits:


U-Pick Fields


Welcome All


The ripe berries
can be had for
bargain prices.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY If you're crazy
about fresh strawberries and
don't mind getting your fin-
gers stained with berry juice,
you can save some money by
visiting one of several farms in
the area now open for U-pick.
Mark Harrell, the grower at
Strawberry Station,-5805 amrn
Road., opened his fann to -:
pick on March 23.
"The season for shipping is
fast coming to an end," Harrell
said. "But there are still plenty
of good strawberries in the
"field. We'll have the fields open
for a few more weeks."
Plant City fields generally
open for U-pick after compet-.
ing California berries enter the
market.
Fancy Farms, which has a
vegetable and strawberry
stand at Rice Road and South
County Line Road, offered U-
pick berries for one day, March
21. Carl Grooms, owner of the
farm, opens the field each year
for a day as a fundraising and
community service event
sponsored by the Hillsborough
County Extension's 4-H Youth
Foundation.
"The local strawberry mar-
ket will be good for a couple of


weeks," Grooms said. "But the
California berries are hitting
the national market, and ship-
ping costs for our berries are
high. But there are plenty of
good berries in the field."
Here are a few farms with
open fields. Customers are ex-
pected to bring their own con-
tainers.
Harrell's farm is on Varn
Road about 1 miles west of
Paul Buchman Highway, also
kiiown as State Road 39. Ber-
ries are selling for two quarts
for $1. The hours of,operation
weren't available.
Favorite Farms, on McIn-
tosh Road 1 miles north of
Interstate 4, is also selling U-
pick strawberries at the going
rate of two quarts for $1. Hours
are 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Spivey Farms, at 6101 S.
County Road 39 south of State
Road 60, also has U-pick ber-
ries also selling for two quarts
for $1. Call (813) 650-8999 for
information. Hours are 8 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Monday through
Saturday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday.
The Parke Family Hydro-
farms, 3715 Tanner Road, Do-
ver, has U-pick strawberries
available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Saturday 1 to
5 p.m. Sunday. Call (813)
927-4049 for information.

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







Stacey Hecker-
man recently
was recognized
by the Tampa
Bay Buccaneers
for her commu-
nity service.
From left are
Sandy Denham,
Heckerman,
guidance re-
source special-
ist Sherrie
Mueller and
Heckerman's
mother, Nancy.


Plant City High School


Among the
students hon-
ored fortheir
NAACP essay
were, from left,
first row, Na-
than Cruzado,
Max Girling and
Trent Lott, and
back row, John
Kenney, Isis
Ash, Santos
Cardenas, Glo-
ria Estrada,
Victor Salgado
and Taylor
Flumerfelt.


Plant City High School


Bucs Honor Plant City Student For Volunteer Work


PLANT CITY Stacey Heck-
erman, a senior at Plant City
High, has been honored by
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for
making extraordinary contri-
butions to the Tampa Bay
community through volunteer
work.
Heckerman received her
award Jan. 12 at the Buccaneer
headquarters in Tampa. Spe-
cial speaker and presenter of a
keepsake football commem-
orating the award was Super
Bowl XXII MVP and Bucca-
neers personnel executive
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BETTY BRIGGS
Columnist
Heckerman has volun-
teered more than 600 hours
to the Best Buddies and Spe-
cial Olympics programs. She
-mentorsaSecial Olmpic


athlete and is president of the
local Best Buddies chapter, a
program that pairs a main-
stream student with a student.
with special needs.
She is also vice president of
Student Council, a member of
the National Honor Society
and will graduate with honors
from Plant City High.
The Bucs will donate a total
of $1,800 to the charities of
Heckerman's choice, the Best
Buddies Club and Special
Olympics.
Other recipients of the
award included Connie Bla-


ney, Pastor Moses Brown,
William Carver, Frank Ciam-
paglia, Cristina Garcia, Ckaure
KeBoeut, Michael Olsen, Wan-
da Shuford-Miguenes and Bob
Williams.
Heckerman was nominated
by her Best Buddies sponsor,
Sandy Denham, and guidance
resource specialist at Plant
City High, Sherrie Mueller.

Former Cork Academy
Students Plan Reunion
PLANT CITY The Cork
Academy strawberry school's .


annual reunion will be from 1
to 4 p.m. April 18 at Cork
Elementary School, 3901 N.
Cork Road.
All students, teachers and
friends are invited; bring old
school photos. Strawberry
schools gave students the
winter off so they could help
with the harvest.
For information, call De-
lores (Townsend) Tillman at'
(813) 681-7935 or Lavon (Bran-
nen) Dudley at (813) 752-2047.


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Nominate Your Favorite
Mom For A Prize
PLANT CITY Mothers give,
hug, hurt, kiss, cry, share,
pray, dream and much more
for their children.
Sister's & Company, a
downtown boutique, is hold-
ing a Mother's Day contest to
help you give back to mom.
A prize package worth more
than $550, including a facial,
massage, manicure and ped-
icure, cut and style, and $250
gift certificate to Sister's, will
be awarded to a worthy moth-
er. To enter, submit a story
about your favorite mom, 500
words or less, before the April
26 deadline.
Drop off at Sister's & Com-
pany, 104 E. Reynolds St.,
Plant City.

NAACP Contest
Honors B Students
PLANT CITY Thirteen Plant
City High School students -
received honors for their par-


ticipation in an essay contest
sponsored by the NAACP.
Theme for the essay was
"How does education make
my future bright?" Awards
were presented at the Nation-
al Association of Colored
People's Centennial Celebra-
tion at Middleton High
School on Feb. 12.
Carlos Cardenas was Plant
City High's top winner, plac-
ing second in the competi-
tion. Jeranequa Hallback and
John Kenney placed third.
These students received cer-
tificates and gift cards to Tar-
get.
Certificates and honorable
mentionswere given to Isis
Ash, Nathan Cruzado, Gloria
Estrada, Taylor Flumerfelt,
Max Girling, Ivan Gutierrez,
Trent Loft, Andrew Orso,
Victor Salgado and Brennan
Smith.
Plant City Winery
Wins Awards
PLANT CITY Keel and Cur-
ley Winery recently captured
two awards for excellence
from the Florida Grape Grow-
ers Association during the
2009 Florida State Fair In-
ternational Wine Competi-
tion.


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Two of the winery's pop-
ular fruit fusion wines, which
are made with California
grapes fused with Florida
fruits, won top honors. The
company's Strawberry Ries-
ling and Key West Key Lime
won best of show for a Flori-
da fruit wine. There were
1,646 entries from 33 states
and 10 foreign countries.
Keel and Curley Winery is
at 5202 W. Thonotosassa
Road.

Dentist Recognized
By Academy

BRANDON Sanford
Schwartz of Brandon was
recognized as a Fellow of the
Academy at the American
Academy of Implant Dentist-
ry's 2008 annual meeting in
San Diego.
As one of 282 dentists who
hold this distinguished mem-
bership, Schwartz is one of
the leading experts in implant
care. He maintains a practice
at 787 W. Lumsden Road,
Brandon.

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

THURSDAY TO SUNDAY

Salsa Event Sizzles
Tampa will host the first
Salsa Congress from Thursday
through Sunday at the Tampa
Marriott Waterside Hotel and
Marina, 700 S. Florida Ave.
Learn salsa dancing and be
seduced by salsa performanc-
es. Nightly sessions run from 9
p.m. to 3 a.m. A Thursday pass
is $30, a Friday pass is $40 and
a Saturday pass is $45. Work-:
shop fees are extra.
For information, go to
www.tampacongress.com.
FRIDAY

Teen Night
Childreri ages 12 to 15 can
munch on pizza and work it off
at a dance from 7 to 11 p.m. at
the Planteen Recreation Cen-
ter, 301 Dort St., Plant City.
Teen Night admission is $7.
Call (813) 659-4256.

Strings Attached
The Farm in Lithia will host
an Inspirational Country Mu-


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Tampa will host the first Salsa Congress from Thursday through
Sunday at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel and Marina. \


sic Party at 7 p.m. featuring
gospel music in a relaxed,,
country setting.
Bring your guitar, banjo, fid-
dle or other stringed instru-
ments and join the fun. Vis-
iting Nashville recording art-
ists have been known to drop
in.
The Farm is at 7818 Lithia-
Pinecrest Road, Lithia. Admis-
sion is free. Call (813) 967-
3046.

SATURDAY


be offered at a yard sale to
benefit St. Mary Community
Church at 7 a.m. at a home at
1321 E. Alabama St., Plant City.

Hunt For Easter Eggs
Children can hunt for Easter
eggs and meet the Easter Bun-
ny at 10 a.m. at Lord of Life
Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City. There is
no charge, and the event in-
cludes a light lunch.
For information, call (813)
752-6064.


Shop Until You Drop Do You Like Bluegrass?


Clothing, food and more will


SnaP


If you like bluegrass music,


SNAP, SHARE AND ENJOY!
SNAP is a free online
community photo gallery


created by your friends and neighbors in the Tampa
Bay area. Come in to look, or upload your photos and
join in. > Go to plantcity.tbo.com.


Post Your Own Calendar
Of Events At
plankity.tbo.com
not to mention country or gos-
pel, the Florida Opry will be
the best place in town to be
from-7Tto 11 p.m.
The Foothills Bluegrass
Band headlines the show at
the 1914 Plant City High School
Community Center, 605 N.
Collins St. Ronda Kelly, Kris
Pierce, Tina Dallman and Gos-
pel Truth Quartet will also
share the stage.
The Florida Opry is modeled
loosely after the Grand Ole
Opry and includes country,
gospel and humor.
Cost is $12 for general ad-
mission and $15 for reserved
seats.
Call (813) 659-1849.

ALL WEEKEND


Noted Artists
Beatles fans and Deadheads
See THINGS TO DO, Page 6 >-


Coming Next Week
Families visiting the area
from out of state join locals in
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can. see for the first time in
Tampa rare artworks created
by John Lennon and Jerry Gar-
cia. The exhibit is titled "Du-
et." Garcia and Lennon both
attended art school before be-
coming full-time musicians.
The fundraising event will
be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday,
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at
Channelside Bay Plaza, 615
Channelside Drive.
The artwork will be in form
of serigraphs, lithographs,
copper etchings, aqua tints
and more.
Proceeds from donations
will benefit the Children's
Cancer Center of Tampa, a
nonprofit organization that
provides educational, emo-
tional and financial support to
children with cancer.
Proceeds from the sale of
artwork will help defray the
cost of the exhibit tour.
Cost is a $2 donation at the
door. Call 1-888-ART (278)-
1969 for information.


SATURDAY AND SUNDAY


"Journey To The Cross'
"Journey to the Cross," fea-
turing a visual and symbolic
walk through the events lead-
ing up to Easter, including the
Upper Room, cross, tomb and
garden, will be presented from
3 to 6 p.m. Saturday and 4 to 6
p.m, Sunday at Cork United
Methodist Church.
The church is at 4815 W.
Sam Allen Road. The event is
free.
For information, call (813)
754-3233.

SUNDAY


Trombone Quartet Plays
Copper Silver and Brass
Trombone Quartet will per-
form at 10:45 a.m. at Cork
United Methodist Church,
4815 W. Sam Allen Road, Plant
City.
The quartet, founded in the
early '90s by Vickii Latimer,
has performed at Disney.
There is no admission charge.
Call (813) 754-3233.


Feel The Heat
Get ready to salsa. Vivia La
Musica is back at Busch Gar-
dens Tampa Bay, 10001 N. Mc-
Kinley Drive, Tampa. A Latin
music performance begins at 4
p.m. in Gwazi Park. Also enjoy
Hispanic foods.
Concert admission is in-
cluded-with paid park admis-
sion. Tickets are $59.95 online
and good for one year. Go to'
www.buschgardens.com.

UPCOMING


Eat Hearty
Ham, roast beef and more
will be on the menu from 4:30
to 6:30 p.m. April 4 at a dinner
at Dover United Methodist
Church, on Moores Lake Road,
a half-mile north of Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
The cost is $6.50 for adults
and $2.50 for children. The
meal includes meat, mashed
potatoes and gravy, green
beans, coleslaw, roll, dessert,
tea and coffee.

Spring In Your Step
What better time to practice
a few dance moves than


spring?
Heart of Florida Chapter of
USA Dance will hold a dance
from 3 to 6 p.m. April 5 at
Stardust Dance Center, 1405 S.
Collins St., Plant City.
Feel like you have two left
feet? Mary Dague will help
with a dance lesson at 3:30
p.m.
Light refreshments will be
served; the cost is $6 for mem-
bers and $8 for non-members.
For information, call (863)
255-8344.

Assembly A Busy Place
United Assembly Church
-will have two events the first
weekend in April.
From 8 a.m. until noon April
4, the church at 4908 Dr. Mar-
tin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Plant
City, will have a yard sale, with
a variety of merchandise at
reasonable prices.
On April 5, from 11 a.m. until
about 2 or 3 p.m., the church
will celebrate homecoming,
with praise, worship and a
covered-dish lunch.

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A fundraiser helps
supply children
with clean water.
By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY -, The wife of a
state representative has been
crusading in recent weeks in
support of the United Nations
Children's Fund's efforts to
provide clean drinking water
in developing countries.
Judy Glorioso, wife of state
Rep. Rich Glorioso, persuaded
two local restaurants to partic-
ipate in UNICEF's drive to help
poverty-stricken children. Un-
der the Tap Project, participat-
ing restaurants encourage pa-
trons to donate $1 or more for
the tap water they usually en-
joy for free.
UNICEF hopes to collect
more than $1 million in the
United States to help end pre-
ventable deaths of children be-
cause of a lack of clean water.
The fundraiser ends Satur-
day.
Glorioso said she learned of
the Tap Project during a Wom-
an's Club meeting in Orlando
earlier this year.
"We don't know how much
response we will get this year,
but it is a start," said Glorioso,
a Plant City resident.
Fred's Farmers' Market Res-
taurant at 1401 W. Dr. Martin
Luther King Jr. Blvd. and the
Whistle Stop Caf6 at 102 S.


Collins St. are the two partici-
pating restaurants in Plant
City.
Fred Johnson, owner of the
Farmers' Market Restaurant,
said that in spite of the tough
economic times, the Tap Pro-
ject is something worth doing.
"It's sad to think that some
children in the world don't
know what clean water even
tastes like," Johnson said.
"This is a worthwhile project to
be involved in. Judy wanted to
get us to join the cause, and
we're glad to be a part of the
effort."
Jerry Lofstrom, the owner of
Whistle Stop, called it a worth-
while project.
"That water that we serve
our patrons, make our meals,
bread and drinks with, would
be a precious commodity to
children in developing coun-
tries. UNICEF is making a big
effort to help those children
find what we are privileged to
enjoy, namely a clean glass of
water," he said.
Glorioso was one of 3,000
volunteers across the country
who worked to recruit 2,500
restaurants for the Tap Project.
"Other cities have been in-
volved and are having a big
impact on donations for the
Tap Project," Glorioso said.
"This is just the beginning for
us."

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


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A procession honored Tony Lala's devotion to street rods. Lala,
owner of Rods of the Past, died March 10 at age 65.


Street Rods


Were His Life

The owner of Rods of the Past became
fascinated with the cars as a child.


By DAVE NICHOLSON
dnicholson@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Tony Lala fell
in love with street rods when
he started helping out at a
body shop when he was about
9.
He ended up opening his
own street rod restoration
business. It was his life's work
for about 40 years.
So it was fitting that after he
died recently at age 65, a small
caravan of street rods followed
the hearse to the burial site.
"That's all he ever knew.
That was his life," daughter
Toni Lala said.
Lala, owner of Rods of the
Past, died March 10. He grew
*up in the 1950s and as a child
became fascinated with street
rods, defined by the National
Street Rod Association as a car
built before 1949 that has been
modified by the owner, such as
with an engine or interior re-
finement.
He loved anything nostalgic,
and would spend a year or
more restoring each car at his
Plant City shop.
"He could make anything fit
or work," said Jack Whitson,
who struck up a friendship
with Lala after stopping in to
inquire about street rods he
had for sale.
Lala helped Whitson, a Plant
City resident, restore a 1936
Plymouth.
"Without his knowledge or
expertise, I'd never have been
able to do it," said Whitson,
who followed the hearse in his
yellow street rod after Lala's
See TONY LALA, Page 9 W


Lala
"He was a very
talented man," his
daughter Tbni
Lala, said.

ANTHONY TONYY"
GUY LALA JR.

BORN: Nov. 17, 1943, Mineral
Wells. Texas
DIED: March 10, Plant City
PROFESSION: Owner of Rods
of the Past, a street rod resto-
ration business, and member
of the National Street Rod
Association
SURVIVORS: Sons Anthony Ray
Lala of Alabama and Allen Guy
Lala of Ruskin; daughter Toni
Lala of Plant City; sisters
Connie Urso and Mary Frances
Lala, both of Tampa: and a
grandson.
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A sign at the funeral home pays
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AFTERNOON OF PRAISE: A
program, An Afternoon of
Praise: Worshipping in Word,
Music and Dance, will be held at
4:30 p.m. Sunday to celebrate
the launch of Plant City Chris-
tian Center Inc. The service will
be at the Trinkle center on the
Plant City campus of Hilisbor-
ough Community College, 1206
N. Park Road. The Plant City
Christian Center was formerly
known as the Faith Family Out-
reach Center, a, multicultural
word-based faith ministry. Reg-
gie and P'auline Rivers, who
have lived in Plant City for 12
years, serve as pastors of the
center. The center is located at
1214 W.. Reynolds St., Suite 2,
and services there are at 10 a.m.
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TONY LALA

Continued From Page 8

March 13 funeral.
"He- was the kind of a guy
who all you had to do was call
and he'd help. He's do any-
thing for you," he said.
Lala's personal street rod
was a 1938 Chevy coupe that


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United Assembly Church, 4909
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Plant City, will hold a church
yard sale from 8 a.m. to noon
April 4. The church will also
hold its homecoming services
starting at 11 a.m. April 5. The
celebration will include lots of
praise and worship and a cov-
ered dish lunch..
PALM SUNDAY, EASTER: Lord of
Life Lutheran Church, 2104 Mud
Lake Road, Plant City, will pre-
sent a choir cantata at 10:30
a.m. April 5, Palm Sunday. There
will be no charge although an
offering will be accepted. Also
on April 5, there will be a conti-
nental breakfast at 9:30 a.m.
Easter services will be held at
8:30 and 10:3.0 a.m. April 12
with fellowships following each
service. Call (813) 752-6064.
EASTER SERVICES: Knights Bap-
tist Church, 4809 Paul Buchman
Highway, Plant City, will hold
Easter sunrise services 7 a.m.
April 12 followed at 9:45 a.m. by

he redesigned three times, his
daughter said. He added a
flame thrower, and liked de-
lighting crowds at the monthly
Strawberry Classic Car Shows
by shooting flames from ex-
haust pipes, she said. He nick-
named the car a couple of
times; the last nickname was
"Precious Memories."
Lala said her father could
transform any old car, regard-
less of its shape. Customers


a cantata. Call (813) 752-4972.
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annual Marie B. Ellis Community
Easter Egg Hunt and Parade will
be at 3 p.m. April 12 at Marie B.
Ellis Park, Laura and Waters
streets, Plant City. The celebra-
tion includes an egg hunt, con-
test for best dressed boy and
girl, refreshments and more.
Registration starts at 2 p.m.
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Singups are ongoing for pre-
school and afterschool care at
First Baptist Learning Center,
503 N. Palmer St. Signups are
for the summer and 2009-2010
programs. Preschool is for ages
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kindergarten through fifth
grade. Call (813) 754-1773.
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4441.

would sometimes drag in vehi-
cles from a junkyard.
When he wasn't building the
real thing, he loved creating
model street cars he would
finish with meticulous detail,
she said.
"He was a very talented
man, and he had a lot of hopes
and dreams," she said.

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About


Longtime
dance
instructor Lori
Matta teaches
a variety of
skills at her
Dance
Carousel
studio.


Tribune photo by GEORGE H.
NEWMAN
Five-year-old Elizabeth
Martin makes a two-
point landing after doing
a jump during her gym-
nastics class.


By GEORGE H. NEWMAN
gnewman@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY A former cheer-
leader for the New England
Patriots is passing her skills on to
a new generation at her dance
studio.
Lori J. Matta, 47, a longtime
dance instructor, came to Plant
City about three years ago from
the Boston area, where she sold a
ranch before moving to a 10-acre
spread off Knights-Griffin Road.
She taught dance at the 1914
Plant City High School Communi-
ty Center for a while before decid-
ing to buy the historic 4,700-
square-foot Garden Club building
at 1112 N. Wheeler St. Within a
short time Matta established her-
self as a fixture in the dance-
instructor community, offering
classes for children and adults.
Part of her repertoire at her
studio, the Dance Carousel, in-
cludes cheerleading and tum-
bling. Those skills came in handy
for her students who belong to
the Plant City High School cheer
competition team that won the
Western Conference High School
Championship in February. Plant
City defeated 23 other Hdlsbor-
ough County teams to take the
title for the first time. Ten of the
.20 cheerleaders on the team are
students at the Dance Carousel.
"It's exciting to see any of my
students perform well and get
recognition for their skills," Matta
said. "The Plant City cheer com-
petition team made history when
they won the division. The girls
are all very excited."
The team proved its conference
title wasn't a fluke by placing
fourth in the recent state compe-
titions in Tallahassee.
Cheerleader Casey Creamer,
16-year-old sophomore, said Mat-


Tribune photo by CHRIS URSO
Lori Matta works with Brooke Conyers, 9, during a tumble and cheer class at the Dance Carousel.
Matta converted the historic Garden Club building into a dance studio.


Tribune photo by CHRIS IJRSO
Matta works with a class on tumbling and cheering. She also
teaches tap, jazz, ballet, pageantry and more.


'Fun, fun, fun is
what we are all

about. The
students work
hard, but I want
them to enjoy
all of their
routines at the
same time.
LORI MATTA


" I T I I

















































Tribune photo by CHRIS URSO
Matta's skills and work ethic were developed through schooling and professional experience. She's been a dance and gymnastics instructor for the past 25 years.


AT A GLANCE

WHAT: The Dance
Carousel
ADDRESS: 1112 N.
Wheeler St., Plant
City
CLASSES: Ballet,
jaiz, pageantry.
tap, rumbling and
more. She also
offers summer
camps for children.
AGES TAUGHT: 2
through adult
OPEN: Monday
through Thursday;
hours vary but
generally from 4
p.m. through the
evening. The studio
Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN Tribune photo by CHRIS URSO is available for rent
Matta and her assistant dancing instructor at the N. Wheeler Street Matta, working with 7-year-old Mayson Sparkman, was a New Eng- on the weekends.
studio, Teala Longoria, demonstrate to four of their students the land cheerleader from 1981 through 1983. She's also an accomplished INFORMATION:
proper position for a standing leg scissor. rancher who takes in unwanted animals. (8INFA3) N:659-9100


ta's instruction helped "keep us
sharp." She said working with
Matta is a lot of fun.
Plant City High cheerleader
coach Ginger Parks also had high
praise for Matta, who helped
with one of the practices last
year.
"She discussed proper tech-
nique, the muscles that are used


in the body to initiate a proper
jump, as well as exercises to
improve everything from toe
touches to abdominal work to
tumbling," Parks said.
"I had several girls who had
worked on their tumbling to no
avail. Within one month Lori
had them tumbling," Parks said.
She was "tough with the


cheerleaders and cuts no slack.
However, she gets positive re-
sults," she said.
Another Plant City High cheer
competition member who stud-
ies with Matta is 17-year-old
Christina Martin. Her mother,
Agnes, takes the 11th-grade hon-
or student to Dance Carousel for
dance and cheer classes.


"Christina learned floor gym-
nastics and tumbling at Dance
Carousel," Martin said.
"With Miss Lori's help she
made the junior varsity and varsi-
ty cheerleading squads and is a
member of the cheer competition
team."

See DANCE CAROUSEL, Page 12 >-









IN MEMORY OF
WILLIAM R. "BILL" McCLELLAND














-163





March 26, 1929 October 20, 2006

This year would have been our husband, father,
grandfather's Eightieth (801h) Birthday. It's been two
years, five months since the Lord took him home.
We continue to miss him. Till we meet again.

All our love,


Louise, Johanna, Reese; Wanda
Christopher, Sarah, Natasha, Rhett, Cassie
Oryan, Eliza, Ella, Evelyn and Gavin


0002687494-01


DANCE CAROUSEL

Continued From Page 11

Martin also brings her youn-
ger daughter, Elizabeth, a kin-
dergarten student, to the
Dance Carousel twice each
week.
"Liz takes cheer on Monday,
and tap, ballet and jazz on
Wednesdays" her mother
said.
The little 5-year-old isn't shy
about her new-found skills.
"Miss Lori teaches how to
do back flips, how to dance,
how to cheer and how to
jump," Liz said recently as she
went through a few gymnastic
moves at the studio.
"Fun, fun, fun is what we are
all about," Matta said. "The
students work hard, but I want
them to enjoy all of their rou-
tines at the same time."
Her classes include tap, jazz,
ballet, tumbling, pageantry
and more. She's starting an
exercise group for adults and
has a children's theater on
Saturday.
Matta's various skills and
demanding work ethic were
developed through her own
schooling and professional ex-
perience. An accomplished
dance and gymnastics instruc-
tor for the past 25 years, Matta
earned a bachelor's degree in


Tribune photo by GEORGE H. NEWMAN
Lori Matta has 15 horses, two pot bellied pigs, two miniature hors-
es, two goats, a calf and a llama at her ranch.


dance movement therapy for
the special needs from Keene
State College in New Hamp-
shire and a master's degree in
sports medicine and exercise
physiology from California
State University in Fullerton.
Matta's resume includes
past winner of many talent
competitions including Junior
Miss Talent in the Miss New
Hampshire pageant and Miss
New England Talent. She
toured the country studying
and judging many competi-
tions in California, Las Vegas
and New York City. During her
professional career she held
the lead coaching position for
the renowned Cathy Rigby's


Gymnastic Academy in Cali-
fornia for three years.
Matta was. a New England
Patriots cheerleader from 1981
through 1983.
Dancing is only part of Mat-
ta's life. She's also an accom-
plished rancher who takes in
unwanted animals.
Her uncle, John Matta, who
lives in Valrico, was instru-
mental in her move to the
Plant City area when she de-
cided to find a warmer climate.
John Matta helped his niece
fix up the small ranch, now
called Apache Way Farm. To-
gether they built corrals,

See DANCE CAROUSEL, Page 42 -


In Loving Memory

T.J. (Tommy) Greene, Jr.

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Photo Show

Winners Named
PLANT CITY The following
is a list of the winners in the
Florida Strawberry Festival
Photography Contest.
Youth 14 and under division,
first place, Jace Hardee, Plant
City, $35; second place, Mandy
Janes, Plant City, $25; third
place, Joshua Spoto, Crystal
Springs, $15; merit, Garrett
Connell, Mulberry, $10; and
merit, Amber Thomas, Lake
Alfred, $10.
Youth, 15-18 division, first
place, Ashley Mclauhlin, Val-
rico, $35; second place, Ste-
phanie Blackadar, Plant City,
$25; and third place, Marina
Lawson, Plant City, $15.
Animals division, first place,
Terri Johnson, Plant City, $35;
second place, Amy Parrett,
Plant City, $25; third place,
Karen Folsom, Lithia, $15;
merit, Benjamin Kelly, Tampa,
$10; and merit, Laura Henzler,
Valrico, $10.
Black and white division,
first place, Tim Pettitt, Plant
City, $35; second place, Ste-
phen Hodgins, Tampa, $25;
third place, Nathan Kilton,
Plant.City, $15; merit, Donna
Lee, Lithia, $10; and merit,
Kimberlee Eichholtz, Wesley
Chapel, $10.


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Human division, first place,
Connie Dossin, Valrico, $35;
second place, Laura Wong,
Valrico, $25; third place, Shel-
ley Christie, Plant City, $15;
merit, Tammy Walsh, $10; and
merit, Aimee Yates, Durant,
$10.
Miscellaneous division, first
place, Steven Hodgins, Tampa,
$35; second place, Danielle
Carr, Riverview, $25; third
place, Anne St. Charles, Plant
City, $15; merit, Beverly Farley,
Winter Haven, $10; and merit,
Maureen Rich, Tampa, $10.
Places division, first place,
.Margaret Hasting, Plant City,
$35; second place, Maureen
Rich, Tampa, $25; third place,
Danielle Carr, Riverview, $15;
merit, Samual Carr, Riverview,
$10;-and merit, Jayme Fisher,
Plant City, $10.
Plants division, first place,
Michael Parrett, Plant City,
$35; second place, Samantha
Shannon, Plant City, $25; third
place, Paul Rich, Tampa, $15;
merit, Margaret Hasting, Plant
City, $10; and merit, Heather
Kelly, Tampa, $10.
Theme division, first place,
Amy Parrett, Plant City, $35;
second place, Niki Taylor, Plant
City, $25; third place, Ashlyn
Gerbasi, Plant City, $15; merit,
Niki Taylor, Plant City, $10; and
merit, Cathie Warner, Plant
City, $10,.


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Show Awards
PLANT CITY At the Plant
City Garden Club Horticulture
Show at the Florida Strawberry
Festival, contestants showed
their best plants and took home
cash and ribbons for their prize-
winning entries.
The contest was open to
youth and adult amateur grow-
ers from Hillsborough County.


Plant Show Winners
Have Green Thumbs
PLANT CITY Area youth won
honors at the FFA/4-H Orna-
mental Horticulture Plant Show
at the Florida Strawberry Festi-
val.
The winners received ribbons
and monetary awards as fol-
lows:
Grand champion, Emily Fry,


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direction of chairwoman Jan
Griffin and co-chairwoman
Kathy Stone.
This year's winners are:
Adult division, best in show,
Joyce Pollicina; best in show
hanging basket, Mikie Snyder;
bromeliad award, Verna Dickey;
cactus award, Jan Griffin; Afri-
can violet award, Zola Ogden;
orchid award: Jodi Smith; succu-
lent award: Liz Miller; and dish
garden award, Jan Griffin.


Antioch Critters, rosette, $75
and plaque; reserve grand
champion, Erika Bloodgood,
Lennard FFA, rosette, $35 and
plaque; champion ornamentals,
Bryan Ratliff, Lennard FFA, ro-
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Chloe Wineiger, Antioch Crit-
ters, rosette and $25; champion
hanging, Kelsey Brown, Tomlin
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Antioch Critters; Caitlin Wagner
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mon, Beth Shields FFA; and
Lucas Worley, Lennard FFA,
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Steer Show Winners

PLANT CITY Here is a list
of the winners at the Florida
Strawberry Festival Youth Steer
Show:
Grand champion of show
award was won by Darren
Turner and reserve grand
champion of show award was
presented to Katlyn Messick.
Class I
First place, Zachary Lloyd;
-second place, Alicia Gilbertson;
third place, Forrest Allen; fourth
place, Jordan Simpson; fifth
place, Tori Shepherd; sixth
place, Curtis Wiggs; seventh
place, Carly Lucas; eighth place,
Jacob Simpson; ninth place,
Natalie Burgin; 10th place,
Karissa Flowers; 11th place,
Hayla Flowers; and 12th place,
Vincent Penichet.
Class II
first place, Jordan Butts;
second place, Samantha New-
man; third place, Kallee Cook;
fourth place, Skylar Wilks; fifth
place, Ashley McMath; sixth
place, Mahaley Smith; seventh


place, Mitchell Varnum; eighth
place, Taylor Wiggs; ninth
place, Stephany Vanvaeren-
bergh; 10th place, Taylor Wy-
att; 11th place, Jeffrey Hagin;
and 12th place, Megan Young.
Class III
Division 1 champion, Derrick
Knight; Division 1 reserve
champion, Jesse Wall; third
place, Caitlin Zimmerman;
fourth place, Cameron Salter;
fifth place, Clay Varnum; sixth
place, Ain'sley Bowers; seventh
place, Kayla Wyckoff; eighth
place, Ryan Rice; ninth place,
Emilee Gwyn; 10th place,- Tyler
Shepherd; 11th place, Amy
Lawhorn; and 12th place, Raven
Voss
Class IV
Division 2 reserve champion,
Jerrod Parker; second place,
Katlyn Davis; third place, Colton
Hinson; fourth place, Tucker
Hawkins; fifth place, Kaleb
Sistrunk; sixth place, Summer
Norris; seventh place, Dustin
Davis; eighth place, Caleb
Smith; ninth place, Tim Shirley;
10th place, Megan Layton; 11th
place, Tyler Baker; and 12th
place, Callie Jo Parker.


Class V
First place, Jeffrey Hall; sec-
ond place, Kelsey Hull; third
place, Bailey Harrell; fourth
place, Seth Poppell; fifth place,
Jamie Ham; sixth place, Kaci
Compton; seventh place, Spen-
cer Sikes; eighth place, Traci
Wetherington; ninth place,
Taylor Young; 10th place, Josh-
ua Upthegrove; 11th place,
Jared Martin; 12th place, Aaron
Vancleve; and 13th place, Kayla
Fulwood.
Class VI
Division II champion, Darren
Tucker; second place,. Dillon
Zimmerman; third place, Kris-
ten Bass; fourth place, Kaitlyn
Gill; fifth place, Carli Copeland;
sixth place, Stanley Witch-
oskey; seventh place, Brittany
Coleman; eighth place, Robbie'
Dry; ninth place, Blake Spark-
man; 10th place, Kayla Blake;
11th place,.Kelsey Bozeman;
and 12th place, Jake Jordan.
Class VII
Division 3 grand champion
Katlyn Messick; second place,
Brett Maxwell; third place,
Bryant Tindle; fourth place,
Austin Salter; fifth place, Kyle


Martin; sixth place, Sara Beth
Newsome; seventh place, Dean-
na Deshong; eighth place, An-
-drea Butts; ninth place, Jordan
Tucker; 10th place, Lacy Brow-
er; and 11th place, Shawna
Kohr.
Class VIII
Division 3 reserve champion,
Haley Ours; second place, Cait-
lyn Wilson; third place, Caitlin
Cribbs; fourth place, Justin
Freeman; fifth place, Ethan
Cauley; sixth place, Alexis Wy-.
att; seventh place, Derek Joyn-
er; eighth place, Abby Shirley;
ninth place, Lucas Worley; 10th
place, Heather Layton; 11th
place, Jackson Barwick; and
12th place, Karah Grayson.
Class IX
First place, Garrett Roberts;
second place, Devin Johnson;
third place, Hannah Clendening;
fourth place, Kellie Johnson;
fifth place, Morgan Gmytruk;
sixth place, Kryslynn Muncy;
seventh place, Brian Hoy;
eighth place,' Emily Talcott;
ninth place, Chrissy Grimmer;
10th place, Billy Honaker; 11th
place, Shayla Knight; 12th
place, Courtney Newsome; and
13th place, Brooke Summerlin.


Shoebox Float Contest
Winners Announced

PLANT CITY The following
entries won trophies and ro-
settes in the Florida Strawberry
Festival's Shoebox Float Con-
test.
First- and second-graders,
Sabrina O'Rourke, first place;
Emmy Shouse, second place;
Riley Garrison, third place;
James Monroe, fourth place; and
Josiah Lanier, fifth place.
Third- and fourth-graders,
Allison Lane, first place; Ellie
Shouse, second place; McKenzie
Pitts, third place; Paddy McDou-
gal, fourth place; and Dillon
Patrick, fifth place.
Fifth- and sixth-graders, Seth
Carter, first place; Celest Weav-
er, second place; Kenlee Andreu,
third place; India Corbin, fourth
place; and Ty Missildine, fifth
place.
Exceptional student educa--
tion, Isaiah Corbin, first place;
Shawn Frederick, second.place;
Emmanuel Lippert, third place;
Condo Monzon, fourth place;
and Josh Graczyk, fifth place.'


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Winning 1st in your class with both Sadie and Jewel.
Once again winning pee wee showmanship!
Jr. Reserve Grand Champion with Jewel.
3rd in Dairy Judging, your very first time! Wow!


Ava
For winning pee wee showmanship for sheep.
Your very first time and you are only 3.
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Local Schools Win
Awards For FFA Exhibits

PLANT CITY FFA chapters at
eight local schools received
awards for their agribusiness
exhibits at the Florida Straw-
berry Festival.
FFA provides leadership and
other skills training to agribusi-
ness education students. Each
FFA exhibit was required to


Neighborhood Village
Champions

In The Spotlight

PLANT CITY Here's a list of
the grand champions by compe-
tition category at the Florida
Strawberry Festival Neighbor-
hood Village competitions:
Department I, quilts, profes-
sional, Claudia Ingram of Val-
rico, and non-professional, Vivi-
an Hooks of Dover.
Department II, home dec-
oration items, Robert Fisher of
Lakeland.
Department III, knitting, cro-


demonstrate the diversity of the
area agriculture, such as straw-
berries, citrus and ornamental
plants.
The exhibits were judged on
their power to attract attention
and hold interest, and on educa-
tional value.
The 2009 premiums and
rosettes were awarded to:
First place, $1,000 and ro-
sette, East Bay High School;


cheting and tatting: Christine
Spock, crocheting, Pinellas Park;
Betty Dotschkal, knitting, Plant
City; and Edith Wooley, tatting,
Plant City.
Department IV, wearing ap-
parel and accessories, Tisha
Hudson, Riverview.
Department V, needlepoint
and needlework: Mary Brower,
needlepoint, Seffner; and De-
lores Velaquez, needlework,
Tampa.
Department VI, toys and
porcelain dolls, Kelly Savery,
Plant City.
Department VIII, jewelry and
beading, Marcheta Holton, Bran-


second place, $900 and rosette,
Marshall Middle School; third
place, $800 and rosette, Bran-
don High School; and fourth
place, $700 and rosette, Durant
High School.
Awards of distinction, in-
cluding $650 and rosette, went
to Tomlin Middle-School, Turkey
Creek Middle School, Armwood
High School and Plant City High
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Department XI, baking: Barba-
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Aimree Yates, coffee cakes/
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cookies, Tampa; Joni Hartzler,
candy, Lutz; and Steve Conan,
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PLANT CITY Here is a list
of the winners in the March 3
lamb costume contest at the
Florida Strawberry Festival. The
list includes category, compet-
itor's name, name of lamb (if
available) and theme.
Most Original: Brittany Cole-
man and lamb as Ewe S D A,
first place; Alli Thomas and
lamb as Mint Jelly and Mutton,.
second place; and Jessica Squi-
tieri and Sasha as Pirate and
Pirate Sheep, third place.
Most Funny: Kelin Try and
lamb as Napoleon Dynamite


and Pedro, first place; Kaitlin
Norris and lamb as Miss Muffet
and Spider, second place; and
Bailey Stallard and lamb as
Eskimos, third place.
Most Colorful: David Squitie-
ri and lamb as Paul Bunyan and
Babe the Blue Ox, first place;
Kara Hoffmann and lamb as
Batter Up-Short Stop, not Short
Cake, second place; and Chad
Hibberis and. Preston as The
Legend of Sheepy Hollow, third
place.
Most Creative! Melody Hoff-
mann and lamb as Walk for a
Cure, first place; Dalton Phillips
and lamb as Sheep and Farmer-
the Hoof is on the Other Foot,
second place; and Ben Hill-


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Hooked On Peter Pan

Thomas Sturgis and 4-year-old daughter Brenna dressed as Cap-
tain Hook and Tinker Bell at the March 7 Florida Strawberry Festi-
val baby parade. Sturgis built the float, which was designed to
re-create a scene from the movie "Peter Pan," where Captain
Hook captures Tinker Bell and puts her in a lantern on a shelf in
his boat. The baby parade is always a popular festival event.


Festival Lists Grand
Feature Parade Winners
PLANT CITY The following
floats and other entries in the
Florida Strawberry Festival's
March 2 Grand Feature Parade
won plaques and rosettes.
Most outstanding antique.
division, Cannon's Country Gour-
met, first place; Division of
Forestry, second place; and
Magnolia Hill, third place.
Most outstanding business/
commercial float division, S&O


Greenworks, first place; Dia-
mond R Fertilizer, second place;
and Regions Bank, third place.
Best civic/church float divi-
sion; Shiloh Baptist Church, first
place; First Baptist Church of
Dover, second place; and Coun-
tryside Baptist Church, third
place.
Best marching/special feature
unit division, Durant High School
JROTC, first place; Kathleen
High .School JROTC, second
place: and Plant'City High
School JROTC, third place.


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Festival Exhibits
Take Home Awards
PLANT CITY The following
exhibits won awards at the
Florida Strawberry Festival.
Agriculture exhibits, judged
on visual display impact, quality
of product, use of fair theme
and other factors, Parkesdale
Farms, first place; Parkesdale
Greenhouse & Nursery, second
place; and Brandon Farms, third
place.
Arts and crafts, judged for
general appearance, workman-
ship/demonstrations, originality


in display and other factors,
Village Glass Blowers, first
place; D.J. Flickers Candles,
second place; and Too Chic for
You, third place.
Civic club concessions,
judged on appearance, quality,
theme and other factors, St.
Clement Catholic Church make
your own shortcake, first place;
Turkey Creek Assembly of God
shortcake, second place; and
East Hillsborough Historical
Society shortcake, third place.
Commercial exhibits, judged
for visual impact, originality and
use of materials and other fac-
tors, Tip To Toe, first place; Aim


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final day of the festi-
val. The exhibit pro-
moted the consump-
tion of milk.
Festival

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Gone With The Wind, third
place.
Educational exhibits, judged
on visual impact, appearance,
educational value and partici-
pants, School District of Hills-
borough County, first place;
Hillsborough County 4-H Coun-
cil, second place; and Hillsbor-
ough Community College, third'
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Outside concessions, judged
on appearance, quality and
other factors, Jaam Conces-
sions, first place; European
Foods, second place; and Old
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East Hillsborough Art Guild member Louise Anders Blooms on the Hill" by Karin Best in the adult catego-
demonstrates her specialty of portrait sketching dur- ry and a pencil drawing by Anthony Caroll, "Girl With
ing the Florida Strawberry Festival. Strawberry," in the youth category.


Art show judge Terry Smith, left, and East Hillsbor-
ough Art Guild President Leo V. Watson Jr. stand by
the choice for first place and best of show, "The
King," by amateur artist Dyanne Overstreet.


Artists Are Cream Of The Crop


There was plenty of
talent on display
for the art show.

By CHERYL KUCK
Tribune correspondent

PLANT CITY Visitors to the
annual Florida Strawberry Fes-
tival art show exhibit and com-
petitions may have not real-
ized the work that went on
behind the scenes by the East
Hillsborough Art Guild.
Members of the organiza-
tion worked for eight months
to stage the show during the
festival, which ended its 11-day
run March 8. The work in-
clided preparing and distrib-
uting application forms, ac-
cepting and watching over the



ART SHOW WINNERS
PLANT CITY Here are the
winners of the Florida Straw-
berry Festival art show spon-
sored by the East Hillsborough
Art Guild:
Adult Divisions
Best in show: Dvanne Over-
street
Best strawberry theme: Debra
Bryant
Professional Oils
First place: Brigitte Mailahn
Second place: Fred Rothen-
bush
Third place: Karin Best
Fourth place: Colleen Justin
Professional Acrylics
First place: Kim Wells
Second place: Linda Gala
Third place: Tony Mears
Fourth place: Frank Bolock
Professional Watercolors


artwork and other duties.
The groundwork started in
the summer and continued
through the festival.
The hard work paid off, and
the show was a huge success, a
guild official said.
"I think we had a record year
for art show visitors. There
were a lot of winter or seasonal
travelers as well as local people
and from all over the state," art
guild First Vice President
LuAnn Watson said.
. Both youth and adult divi-
sions competed in two-dimen-
sional (oils, acrylics, watercol-
or, graphics,. nmixed-media)
artworks and in sculpture. In
addition to. ribbon awards,
cash prizes were given. The
outstanding strawberry theme,
an oil painting titled, "First
Pick of the Season" by Debra


First place: Nelida DiLorenzo
Second place: Jim Cruthis
Third place: Frank Bolock
Third pla6e: Kathy Durdin
Professional Graphics/Mixed
Media
First place: Tim Mandese
Second place: Debra Bryant
Third place: Louise Anders
Fourth place: James Lemieux
Amateur Oils
First place: William Mayo
Second place: William Mayo
Third place: Angela Scott
Fourth place: Terri McFarland
Amateur Acrylics
First place: Dvanne Over-
street &
Second place: Eric Kelly
Third place: Jack Mineo
Fourth place: Frank Floyd
Amateur Watercolors


"The Coast of Maine," by Nan-
cy Driscoll, won the $50 Peo-
ple's Choice Award during the
art show and competition.

Bryant, received the top award
of $50 from the strawberry
festival association. The artist
also won the festival's best of
show in 2008.
The art guild sponsors a


First place: Felix Velazquez
Second place: Muriel Cook
Third place: Susan Watson
Fourth place: Muriel Cook
Amateur Graphics/Mixed
Media
First place: Debbie Schiff-
macher
Second place: Terri McFarland
Third place: Debbie Schiff-
macher
Fourth place: Kelly Savery
Miniatures (Adults)
First place: Peggy Little
Second place: Angela Santos
Third place: Carlene Earl
Fourth place: Carlene Earl
Sculpture (Adults)
First place: Susan O'Hara
Second place: Louise Anders
Third place: Harry Day
Fourth place: Susan O'Hara
Youth Divisions


People's Choice Award. The
public was invited to vote on
what they considered the best
adult and youth work in the
show. Nancy Driscoll received
the adult award of $50 for her
acrylic painting titled, "The
Coast of Maine." The $50
youth award went to 16-year-
old Anthony Caroll for his fine-
ly detailed graphite drawing,
"Girl With Strawberry." He also
received a second place in
two-dimensional art. This
year, the guild counted 10,000
People's Choice votes.
Each year, a person of re-
spected reputation in the art
1, world is selected by the guild
to judge the show. This year,
Terry Smith, an award-win-
ning naturalist artist from
Lakeland, was the judge. The


Youth Ages (Oils, Acrylics,
Watercolor, Graphics/Mixed
Media)
First place: Cory McCollough
Second place: Anthony Caroll
Third place: David Garcia
Fourth place: Anthony Caroll
Youth Ages 12-14 (Oils, Acryl-
ics, Watercolor, Graphics/
Mixed Media)
First place: Tiffany Sardina
Second place: Kali Sardina
Third place: Sara Preast
Fourth place: Stephen Swett
Youth Ages 9-11 (Oils, Acryl-
ics, Watercolor, Graphics/
Mixed Media)
First place: Wesley Tanner
Second place: Charlotte
Swett
Third place: Olivia Dwyer
Fourth place: Mary McAnnally
Youth Ages 6-8 (Oils, Acryl-
ics, Watercolor, Graphics/


wildlife and landscape artist is
known for the exquisite detail
of his paintings, whether they
are miniatures or murals.
The judge's .penchant for
detail and a discerning eye led
him to select the work of ama-'
teur artist Dyanne Overstreet.
Her acrylic painting of a roost-
er, "King," received a first
place in her category and the
best of show award of $150.
The award was sponsored by
the art guild.
"I'm amazed with the num-
ber of so many good pieces of
art," Smith said. "Normally,
when I judge a show, it is
much easier to pick the win-
ners. I just kept coming back to
the small rooster painting be-
cause every feather was

See ART SHOW, Page 33 0-


Mixed Media)
First place: Julianne Hatchett
Second place: Alyssa Brady
Third place: Logan Guzik
Fourth place: Rebecca English
Youth Sculpture Ages 15-17
No entries
Youth Sculpture Ages 12-14
First place: Elizabeth Barwick
Second place:_Cassidy Dossin
Third place: Lake Loving
Fourth place: Lake Loving
Youth Sculpture Ages 9-11
First place: Jakelyn Pinner
Second place: Morgan Crum-
ley
Third place: Morgan Crumley
Fourth place: Ernest Dossin
Youth Sculpture Ages 6-8
First place: Alex Sullivan
Second place: Wyatt Davis
Third place: Katelin Crumley














































Florida Strawberry Festival

All In The Family

Hillsborough County sheriffs Maj. Bill Davis, left, who was in
charge of security at the Florida Strawberry Festival, poses
with his brother, Paul, the festival's general manager. Paul
Davis retired from the sheriffs office after 32 years of service
and took the job with the festival.



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PLANT CITY Here is a list of
the winners at the.Florida
Strawberry Festival Youth Poul-
try Show.
Grand champion, $20, Yancey
Ray; reserve grand champion,
$15, Abbey Watson; best oppo-
site sex production, $10, Paige
Collins; and best opposite sex
exhibition, $10, Talin Beach.
Blue ribbon winners, $7 pre-
miums, included Alexis Amero-
sa, Logan Beach, Talin Beach


Every Bunny Loves

This Festival Show ,

PLANT CITY The Florida
Strawberry Festival Youth Rab-
bit Show had things hopping in
the CF Industries Ag Tent. The
contest was open to all Hillsbor-
ough County students.
The show was under the
direction of Chairman Thomas
Sturgis.
This year's trophies and pre-
miums went to grand champion,
$20, Haley Burleson; reserve


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Collins (2), Peyton Collins (2),
Carson Corbeth (2), Katey Cor-
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Squitieri; best opposite sex
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Ferman Halts
New Car Sales
Citing the economy, Fer-
man, Tampa's oldest automo-
bile dealership, has halted new
car. sales and repairs at its
Plant City location, but will
continue to sell used vehicles
there.
The Chrysler dealership at
1722 S. Collins St. now oper-
ates as Plant City Used Car
Supercenter, according to a
news release by Steve Straske,
vice president and corporate
counsel for Ferman, head,
quartered at 1306 W. Kennedy
Blvd., Tampa.
"Our decision to discontin-
ue Plant City new car sales is
based on forecasts for continu-
ing deterioration of the nation-
al economy, but this is an
isolated event for Ferman"
Chief Executive Officer James
t. Ferman said. "We do not
contemplate discontinuing ei-
ther sales or service at any of
our other locations."
Ferman has been serving
the Tampa Bay area since 1896
and operates at 12 locations. In
addition to Chrysler, Jeep and
Dodge, the company's dealer-
ships sell new vehicles manu-
factured by Chevrolet, Pontiac,
Buick, GMC, BMW, MINI, Ac-
ura, Mazda, Nissan, Volvo,


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Ferman will only be selling used cars from the former location of
Ferman Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Plant City.


Harley-Davidson and Buell.
The company opened Fer-
man Chrysler Jeep Dodge of
Plant City in 2006, when it
acquired Plant City Motors.
That dealership traced its roots
to 1943, when B.M. Smith
opened a used car lot. In 1958,
,son B.M. "Mac" Smith Jr.
joined the company and it
became an American'Motors
dealership. .
Mac Smith said he was sorry
to hear the news.
"We're naturally concerned
the Chrysler business we built
up is not going to have a
presence here in Plant City,"


Smith said. "But it's tough
times for the automobile busi-
ness, especially the domes-
tics," he said. "I'm very dis-
appointed, but understand,
having been in the business."
Smith still owns the.proper-
ty, which has .two years re-
maining on a 10-year lease, he
said.
Ferman is the second major
Plant City dealership to un-
dergo major changes in recent
months. In September, Bill
Heard filed for bankruptcy
protection and closed its deal-
ership at Park Road and In-
terstate 4. Stingray Chevrolet


opened at the locationin late
December.
George Wilkens

Strawberry Crest To Take
Field As The Chargers
Athletic teams at Strawberry
Crest, the high school opening
in August near Interstate 4 and
McIntosh Road, will be nick-
named the Chargers.
Incoming students, many of
whom will be coming from
current Plant City and Durant
high school boundaries, voted
in-the name.
Strawberry Crest's colors
will be black, crimson red and
silver.
Those interested in becom-
ing coaches at Strawberry
Crest have until Friday to
schedule interviews with Mel--
vin Williams, who will be com-
ing from Sickles High to be. the
assistant principal for athlet-
ics. He can be contacted at
(813) 707-7522, ext..226.
Interviews are under way.
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Tabloids Pick Up Pics
From Simpson's Show
As you stood in the su-
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photos of Jessica Simpson in a
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checkout aisle stands were'
carrying shots from Simpson's
March 8 Florida Strawberry
Festival performance. She has
been hot entertainment news
since she appeared at the
event wearing skimpy Daisy
Duke short-shorts, putting to
rest rumors of a weight gain.
Photos of her at the festival
were on the covers of In Touch
Weekly and Star, and Us
Weekly had a shot of her in its
"Hot Picks!" photo spread. She
appeared in the tabloids'
March 23 editions.
In Touch Weekly had six
inside photos of the 28-year-
old blond diva, including one
from the festival with the cap-
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val in Plant City on March 8.
What a sister act!"
Strawberry festival spokes-
woman Brooke Nierengarten
said the festival didn't provide
the photos that have been ap-
pearing in the tabloids. She
said some people in the audi-
ence had cameras with, tele-
photo lenses and suspects they
took the shots. Credentialed
photographers had to sign
waivers that they wouldn't sell'
their photos to the tabloids,-
she said.
Simpson, a pop singer
turned country, was the talk of
celebrity gossip sites after her
festival performance. She
started flaunting short-shorts
after she appeared as Daisy in
the 2005 film "The Dukes of
Hazzard."
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Restoration Effort

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nual Cornerstone. Center ben-.
efit; will be 'held April 4 at
Brownlee's Barn.
The evening's activities be-
gin with food from 5 to 7 p.m.
The menu aims to evoke
memories of 1950s-era Plant
City eateries, including the
popular slaw dogs from the
soda fountain at the old Bar-
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those at Kirby's Bakery.
There will also be strawberry
shortcake, ice cream, addition-
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beverages.
From 6 to 10 p.m., a disc
jockey will provide music for
dancing, and there will be a
dance contest.
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price $20 for adults, $10 for
children.
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toration of Plant City's histor-
ical Cornerstone Center, 315'N.
Collins St., which originally
housed First Baptist Church of-
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lot of the local people," Geri
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CRIME TRACKER
This is a partial list of crimes and
service calls reported March 12-19 to
the Hillsborough County Sheriff's
Office. Questions about a specific
event should be directed to the sher-
iffs office at (813) 247-8200.

33527
Abbey Ridge Dr, Block 1900, noise
complaint, Mar. 15,2:28 a.m.
Bethlehem Rd/Dr King Blvd, dis-
turbance, Mar. 15,10:37 p.m.
Bethlehem Rd/Glen Harwell Rd,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar. 18, 8:15 a.m.
Dover Rd N/SR 60 E, deputy crash
no injuries, Mar. 18, 6 p.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 13600, graffiti,
Mar. 16,9:37 a.m.
Dr King Blvd, Block 14500, dis-
turbance, Mar. 12, 2:21 p.m.
Dr King Blvd/Bethlehem Rd, DUI,
Mar. 15,11:32 p.m.
Forbes Rd N, Block 1100, residential
burglary, Mar. 12, 6:54 p.m.
Franklin Ave,-Block 14600, noise
complaint, Mar. 14, 11:55 p.m.
Kim Acres Ln, Block 1800, noise
complaint, Mar. 16,2:19 p.m.
Kim Acres Ln, Block 1800, residential
burglary, Mar. 18, 3:09 p.m.
Knox Ave, Block 3100, disturbance,
Mar. 16,10:19 p.m.
Knox Ave, Block 3100, disturbance,
Mar. 16,7:54 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual battery,
Mar. 14,12:11 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 12400, prowler,
Mar. 15,1:36 a.m.
McIntosh Rd, Block 3500, residential
burglary, Mar. 15,1:42 p.m.
Mcintosh Rd/US 92 E, DUI, Mar. 15,
2:22 a.m.
San Diego Ln, Block 3200, graffiti,
Mar. 15,3:22 p.m.
San Diego Ln, Block 3200, graffiti,
Mar. 17,9:26 p.m.
Shippee PI, Block 3300, noise com-
plaint, Mar. 13, 9:47 p.m.
Sydney Dover Rd, Block 3200,
discharge firearm, Mar. 14o 11:52 p.m.
Thonotosassa Rd/Mcintosh Rd,
loose animal, Mar. 13, 8:42 a.m.
US 92 W, Block 5400, criminal mis-
chief, Mar. 14, 7:06 p.m.
US 92 W, Block 5900, assault/
battery, Mar. 12, 7:21 p.m.
Walden Sheffield Rd. Block 13800,
graffiti Mar. 18, 10-35 a.m.
Wheeler Rd E, Block 12700. domestic
violence, Mar.18, U:-10 p.m.
White Arrow Dr, Block 1600, prowler,
Mar. 14,9:43 p.m.
Wooten Rd, Block 2200, noise
complaint, Mar. 14, 8:32 p.m.

33540
Knights-Griffin Rd W, Block 4400,
fight, Mar. 14,12:23 a.m.

33563
Beauchamp Rd, Block 4600, dis-
turbance, Mar. 13,7:46 p.m.
Branch Forbes 1-4 E R 1-4 East, DUI,
Mar. 13, 8:25 a.m. "
Fletcher Ln, Block 1100, disturbance,
Mar. 14,8:05 p.m.
Turkey Creek Rd N/US 92 W, do-
mestic violence, Mar. 12,12:28 a.m.
US 92 W/Branch Forbes Rd, dis-
turbance, Mar. 18,12:48 a.m.

33565
1-4 Eastbound/Park 14 E Rp, DUI,
Mar..18,1:47 a.m.
1-4 EThonotosassa Rp 1-4'East, DUI,
Mar. 14,2:21 a.m.
Alexander St W, Block 300, dis-
turbance, Mar. 18,1:49 p.m.
Baker St E/Michigan Ave, DUI, Mar.
13,10:43 p.m.
Barjar PI, Block 3600, identity theft,
Mar. 16,2:29 p.m.
Branch Forbes Rd, Block 2100, dis-
turbance, Mar. 13,9:41 a.m.
Coronet Rd/Park Rd S, assault/
battery, Mar. 18, 4:08 a.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 300,


theft, Mar. 15, 2:45 p.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 300,
theft, Mar. 16,12:47 p.m.
Country Meadows Blvd, Block 300,
theft, Mar. 16, 3:42 p.m.
Dr King Blvd E/Forest St S, drug law
violation, Mar. 18, 4:40 p.m.
Harvey Tew Rd,,Block 5500, stolen
vehicle, Mar. 14, 10:04 a.m.
Joe Mcintosh Rd/Maple Dr, illegal
dumping, Mar. 16, 2:01 p.m.
Keene Rd, Block 4800, theft, Mar. 13,
11:47 a.m.
Knights-Griffin Rd E, Block 3700,
discharge firearm, Mar. 13,11:40 p.m.
Laura St E, Block 1200, drug law
violation, Mar. 13, 9:50 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
15, 5:26 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Mar. 17, 3:25 p.m.
McGee Rd/Paul Buchman Hwy, drug
law violation, Mar. 14, 1:56 a.m.
Mcintosh Rd, Block 12400, prowler,
.Mar. 15,1:36 a.m.
Miley Rd, Block 6000, domestic
violence, Mar. 15, 9:24 a.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy, Block 4000,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar.:17, 6:09 p.m.
Paul Buchman Hwy/Bruton Rd, DUI,
Mar. 12,3:09 p.m.
Red Egret Ln, Block 3600, distur-
bance, Mar. 14,11:29 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman, theft,
Mar. 18,11 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd E/Paul Buchman, theft,
Mar. 18, 9:51 a.m.
Sam Allen Rd W, Block 5000, dis-
turbance, Mar. 13, 9:42 p.m.
Stafford Rd/Fritzke Rd, animal call,
Mar. 14, 5:12 p.m.
Terrace Dr W, Block 1200, dis-
turbance, Mar. 17, 4:56 p.m.
* Wilder Rd N, Block 2900, theft, Mar.
15,11:12 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block.3000, mailbox
smashing, Mar. 15,11:09 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 3000, mailbox
smashing, Mar. 15,11:23 a.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 3300, battery on
law enforcement officer, Mar. 18, 12
p.m.
Wilder Rd N, Block 3300, mailbox
smashing, Mar. 15, 9:54 a.m.
Young Rd, Block 3900, domestic
violence, Mar. 13, 2:08 p.m.

33566
Berry Rd, Block 2300, disturbance,
Mar.14, 5:37 p.m.
Berry Rd, Block 2300, domestic
violence, Mar. 14, 6:42 p.m.
Calhoun Rd/Estate Dr, domestic
violence, Mar. 16, 11:33 a.m.
Clarkwood Dr, Block 1200, theft,
Mar. 14, 7:19 p.m.
Coronet Pit Rd, Block 3700, stolen
vehicle, Mar. 15, 7:32 p:m.
Forbes Rd S/Downing St, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 17, 9:06 p.m.
Horton Rd, Block 5400, noise com-
plaint, Mar. 13,10:09 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd, Block 2900, traffic
crash/injuries, Mar. 14, 2:08 a.m.
Jim Johnson Rd/Oakview Blvd,
traffic crash/injuries, Mar. 14, 9:11 p.m.
Johnson Rd W, Block 900, neighbor
trouble, Mar.15, 7:16 p.m.
Legend Ln, Block 300, noise com-
plaint, Mar. 15, 12:24 p.m.
Live Oak Dr, Block 2000, criminal
mischief, Mar. 12,9:06 a.m.
Live Oak Dr, Block 2000, discharge
firearm, Mar. 13, 3 p.m.
Live Oak Dr, Block 2000, residential
burglary, Mar. 12, 3:13 p.m.
Location Withheld, child abuse, Mar.
12,2:46 p.m.
Medulla Rd, Block 2500, fight, Mar.
13,7:06 p.m.
'Medulla Rd, Block 2500, neighbor
trouble, Mar. 13,7:03 p.m.
Michigan Ave, Block 300, DUI, Mar.
13,10:53 p.m.
Nesmith Rd, Block 5000, drug law
violation, Mar. 14; 8:03 p.m.
Northview Rd S, Block 3000, fight,
Mar. 14,12:02 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 2000, theft, Mar. 17,
9:36 a.m.
Sam Hicks Rd, Block 3000; criminal
mischief, Mar. 18,12:32 p.m.
Son Keen Rd, Block 300, theft, Mar.


16,12:37 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 1000,,assault/ ,
battery, Mar. 18, 8:23 p.m.
Sparkman Rd, Block 2000, domestic
violence, Mar. 16, 9:08 p.m.
Sydney Rd, Block 5100, stolen vehi-
cle, Mar. 15,7:01 p.m.
Trapnell Rd E, Block 600, residential
burglary, Mar. 17, 6:22 p.m. -
US 92 E, Block 2900, disturbance,
Mar. 18, 3:12 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, disturbance,
Mar. 16,10:04 p.m.
US 92 E, Block 4200, fight, Mar. 15,
2:55 a.m. -
US 92 E/Parkwood Estates Dr,
discharge firearms, Mar. 13, 7:41 p.m.
Wallace Rd, Block'4600, domestic
violence, Mar. 17, 2:28 a.m.
Wallace Rd/Holloway Rdjnoise
complaint, Mar. 17, 12:05 a.m'.
. White diamond Ln, Block 2200,
stolen vehicle, Mar. 13, 1:01 p.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 2900, prowler,
Mar. 15, 12:36 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3000, discharge
firearm, Mar. 16, 10:32 p.m.
Wiggins Rd 5, Block 3100, discharge
firearm, Mar. 16, 5:52 p.m. '.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 3100, theft of
service, Mar. 16,8:07 p.m..
I Wiggins Rd S, Block 3100, theft of
service, Mar. 17, 8:59 a.m.
Wiggins Rd S, Block 700, disturbance,
Mar. 12, 6:20 p.m.

33567
Boca Grande Cr, Block 5400, noise
complaint, Mar. 14, 8:59 p.m.
C A Bugg Rd, Block 4000, prowler,
Mar. 15,12:06 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 6100, disturbance,
Mar. 13, 2:03 a.m.
CR 39 S, Block 8500, assault/battery,
Mar. 15, 8:44 p.m.
CR 39 S/Keysville Rd E, traffic crash/
injuries, Mar. 16, 6:09 a.m.
Cowart Rd, Block 1700, graffiti, Mar.
12, 9:32 a.m.
Crowe Rd/Turkey Creek Rd, illegal
dumping, Mar. 18, 5:16 p.m.
Hartley Ln, Block 2800, drug house
complaint, Mar. 12,1:12 p.m.
Hartley Ln, Block 2800, drug house
complaint, Mar. 12,2:38 p.m.
Henry George Rd/Keysville Rd,
domestic violence, Mar. 15, 8:24 p.m.
Henry George Rd/Old Hopewell,
domestic violence, Mar. 15, 8:24 p.m.
Henry George Rd/Old Hopewell,
domestic violence, Mar. 15, 8:43 p.m.
Holloway Rd, Block 400, theft, Mar.
12.10.25 a3m.
Jerry Smith Rd/SR 60 E, DUI, Mar. 18,
11:07 p.m.
Jerry Smith Rd/Touchstone Rd,
disturbance, Mar. 16, 4:55 p.m.
Keysville-Rd E/CR 39 S, deputy crash
no injUries, Mar. 18, 10:19 p.m.
Location Withheld, sexual offense,
Mar. 17, 6:07 p.m.
McDonald Rd, Block 800; distur-
bance, Mar. 13, 2:32 p.m.
Pippin Rd, Block 4300, disturbance,
Mar. 15, 12:29 a.m.
Roebuck Rd, Block 4500, dead
person, Mar. 13, 4:56 a.m. "
SR 60 E, Block 200, discharge fire-
arm, Mar. 15,12:05 a.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, loud party, Mar.
14, 11:18 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, noise complaint,
Mar. 14, 10:09 p.m.
SR 60 E, Block 5300, noise complaint,
Mar. 14, 8:10 p.m.
SR 60 E/County Line Rd S, person
down, Mar. 15, 5:32 p.m.
SR 60 W; Block 2900, disturbance,
Mar. 13,8:29 p.m.
Smith Ryals Rd, Block 5100, dis-
turbance, Mar. 14, 3:39 p.m.
Trapnell Rd W, Block 1600, criminal
mischief, Mar. 18,10:27 a.m.
Turkey Creek Rd, Block 3800, dis-
turbance, Mar. 15, 6 p.m.

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COMMUNITY
CALENDAR

Thursday

LITERACY VOLUNTEERS: A
workshop for adult literacy
volunteer tutors will be from 11
a.m. to noon Thursday at Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 McLen-
don St. The session will cover
how to help adults learn basic
academic skills, learn English as
a second language or prepare
for a GED examination. For
reservations, call (813) 740-
7750.
Monday

COMPUTER CLASS: Bruton
Memorial Library, 302 W.
McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer a computer class for
adults, Windows: control panel,
files and CDs, from 7 to 8 p.m.
Monday. Registration begins an
hour before class at the in-
formation desk. Class is limited
to 22 participants. Call (813)
757-9215.
CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS:
Bruton Memorial Library, 302,
W. McLendon St., Plant City, will
offer the following programs for
children during the month, in-
cluding 9:30 a.m. Tuesday for
toddlers 15 to 30 months; 10:30
a.m. Tuesday for preschoolers
2 1/2- to 5-years-old; and baby
time 10 a.m. Thursday. Theme
for Tuesday's children's pro-
grams will be backward day.
Call (813) 757-9215.
April

BARGAIN SALE. The Plant
City Junior Woman's Club will
hold a bargain sale at 7 a.m.
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The sale will'include clothing,
furniture and household items.
All proceeds will go toward the
club's annual high school senior
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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

FREE ENVIRONMENTAL
CLASSES: City government will
offer the following free environ-
mental education'classes:
Water Conservation, 6:30
p.m. April 23. A representative
from the Southwest Florida
Water Management District will
give a presentation on new
watering restrictions and rec-
ommendations. The city's water
conservation coordinator will
also be available to discuss
options for lowering your water
bill. Attendees will receive water
conservation items. Class will be
held at the Bruton Memorial
Library, 302 W. McLendon St.
Pre-register by calling (813)
757-9289, ext. 2237
How to Make Soap from
Recycled Cooking Grease, 6:30
p.m. May 20. The class will
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Parents and children are in-
vited to visit the caboose and
the Easter Bunny at 908 Joe
McIntosh Road, just north of
Sam Allen Road, east off Paul
Buchman Highway. The ca-
boose will be open from 2 p.m.
to 6 p.m. April 10 and 11.
Admission is free, and the
event includes face painting
and a balloon artist. It is pre-
sented in cooperation with the
Lifesaver Highway-Rail Grade
Crossing Safety Program.
Call Willaford at (813) 759-
3345 for information.
George H. Newman

Easter Bunny Making
Delivery By Air
A unique way of distributing
plastic eggs returns Saturday
when the Easter Bunny with
the help of First Baptist
Church of Plant City takes
to the sky.
The third annual Great Egg
Drop will. distribute 17,000
plastic eggs, most jettisoned
. from a helicopter, said Bill
Bender, the youth minister in-
strumental in originating the
event.
The helicopter can carry a


payload of 7,000 eggs, with the
balance fired 50 at a pop from
each of six egg cannons, Bend-
er said.
The event will be from 11
a.m. to 2 p.m. on acreage the
church bought several years
ago at .3309 S. James L. Red-
man Parkway (State Road 39
across from Sparkman Road).
Last year's event drew 800
.children, but attendance was
"a couple thousand" counting
-parents and grandparents,
Bender said.
Church members provide
the plastic eggs, fill them with
candy that will not melt. and
tape them shut. A few select
golden eggs can be redeemed
for special prizes, such as a
Nintendo Wii game system.
The festival includes a large
variety of activities, some new
this year. All events, foods and
beverages are free for children.
There will be a bounce
house, clowns, pony rides, a
bike-safety program and face
painting.
"We're also painting hair;
we have lot of fun with that,"
Bender said.
"We give free food to all the
kids, and adults can buy food,"
with a menu that will include
hamburgers, hot dogs and
pulled pork, he said. Added
snacks this year include cotton
candy and popcorn, "and
there will be an ice cream


truck on the premises," Bender
said.
The egg drop starts about 2
p.m., and it takes the children
about 30 minutes to "descend
like locusts" and "leave the
field clean" of eggs, Bender
said.
There will be live music, and
radio station WTBN, 570 AM,
will do a remote broadcast
from the festival.
For information, call the
church, (813) 752-4104.
George Wilkens

It's Not Too Late
ToBuy Cookies
Girl Scouts have extended
their cookie sale for a week.
The annual cookie drive was
scheduled to end March 22,
but the organization pushed it
back to Sunday by "popular
demand."
"We have had just tremen-
dous support" from the com-
munity, said Susan Barnes,
spokeswoman for Girl Scouts
of West Central Florida.
Cookie booths will be set up
throughout the council's
eight-county region, including
Citrus, Hernando, Hillsbor-
ough, Marion, Pasco, Pinellas,
Polk and Sumter counties.
To find out where booths
are, go to www.gswcf.org and
search by ZIP code using the
locator system.


This year's Girl Scout Cookie
varieties include Do-Si-Dos,
Dulce de Leche, Lemon Chalet
Cremes, Samoas, Sugar Free
Chocolate Chip, Tagalorigs,
Thin Mints and Trefoils.
Money from the sales sup-
ports Girl Scout programs.
The organization has held
cookie sales since the 1930s.
Dave Nicholson

Little Miss To Be
Crowned Saturday
Girls ages 8 to 10 will com-
pete Saturday for the Little
Miss Plant City title.
A field of 39 girls will be
vying for queen, first maid and
three court seats. The contest,
which has been held for more
than 40 years, will start at 6
p.m. at the Plant City High
School auditorium, One Raid-
er Place.
Tickets, $10 each, will be
available at the door, said Rac-
quel Sturgis, a member of the
Plant City JuT : Woman's
Club, sponsor ae event.
The winners make a number
of appearances during the
year, including at the Amer-
ican Cancer Society Relay for
Life, Christmas parade and
Florida Strawberry Festival pa-
rades, Sturgis said.
The girls are judged on per-
sonality, style and stage pres-
ence. The reigning queen is


Taylor Michael. Her first maid
is Drew Knotts, and court
members are Alissa Baker, Ka-
tie Bracewell and Ellie Shouse.
The school is off Alexander
Street, west of James L. Red-
man Parkway. Proceeds from
ticket and concession sales go-
to the Junior Woman's Club
annual project to give shoes
and socks to needy local stu-
dents. Last year, the club fur-
nished shoes and socks for 800
students.
For information, call Bobbie
Ehrenfeld at (813) 967-2597.
Dave Nicholson

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link Opens
A ceremonial ribbon-cutting
event for the Lakeland VA
Community Based Outpatient
Clinic will take place at 9 a.m.
Monday.
The newly built clinic, 3942
S. Pipkin Road, includes two
10,000-square-foot buildings,
replacing the former clinic that
was located on South Florida
Avenue. The clinic will be the
closest Veterans Affairs facility
to Plant City.
Many dignitaries will be on
hand, including U.S. Reps.
Ginnie Brown-Waite and Ad-
am Putman.
Questions can be directed to
the clinic at (863) 701-2470.
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PLANT CITY Last year, 200
golfers participated in a tour-
nament at Walden Lake Golf
and Country Club that bene-
fited the United Food Bank of
Plant City and Unity in the
Community, which help
needy in the area.
This year's tournament is
sponsored by Sweetbay Su-
permarket and is scheduled
for May 1, with registration at
7' a.m. at the country club,
2001 Clubhouse Drive.
Call Henry Falcon at (813)
754-9338 or Kelleigh Klein at
(813) 763-3324 for information
on teams and sponsorships.

Auxiliary Dinner
To Help Veterans
RIVERVIEW The Marine
Corps League Auxiliary River-
view Unit No. 1226 will hold a
ham dinner starting at 4 p.m.


Saturday at American Legion
Post.No.148, 7240 U.S. 301.
The meal of ham, mashed
potatoes, baked beans, salad,
roll and dessert is $6, and
to-go orders will be accepted.
The auxiliary supports area
'veteran's projects. For in-
formation, call Pat Skelding at
(813) 672-1778 or (813) 748-
6233.


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PLANT CITY The American
Cancer Society is looking for
Plant City residents who want
to play a role in improving
the lives of future generations
by participating in an historic
study.
The society will be signing
up volunteers for its cancer-
prevention study at the Relay
For Life of Plant City from 5
p.m. to 9 p.m. April 17 at
Plant City High School, One
Raider Place. Plant City will
be one of more than 200
enrollment sites.
Participants must be be-


tween the ages of 30 and 65,
must never have been diag-
nosed with cancer and be
willing to make a long-term
commitment to the study,
which means periodically
filling out follow-up studies at
their home.
For information, call 1-888-
604-5888.
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PLANT CITY Paula Sedita
of Plant City will be doing her
part in the fight against can-
cer. She has committed to
walking 60 miles for the
Breast Cancer 3-Day fund-
raiser benefiting Susan G.
Komen For The Cure.
She hopes to raise at least
$2,300 in donations. Walking
with her will be daughter-in-
law Meghan Sedita and her
son J.P.'s girlfriend, Elizabeth
Boudreau. If you want to help
in this cause, go to
www.The3day.org or call
1-800-996-3329.


Training Center Seeks
Spring Cleaning Helpers
PLANT CITY The month of
April is Spring Clean Up Days
at MacDonald Training Cen-
ter, a local nonprofit agency
providing services to people
with developmental disabili-
ties for more than 50 years.
Volunteers and donations
are needed for home repairs
and lawn care at some of the
homes rented by those served
by the center.
Contact Veronica Prostko,
director of external affairs, at
(813) 716-0007 if you can help
with time, money or supplies.

Tickets On Sale
For Rainbow Ball
PLANT CITY The 22nd
annual Rainbow Ball will be
held from 6:30 to 11:30 p.m.
April 18 at the Red Rose Ball-
room at the Red Rose Inn and
Suites, 2011 N. Wheeler St.
Yvonne Fry and Jodi Smith
are co-chairing the event that


benefits the Child Abuse
Council's Rainbow Family
Learning Program in Plant
City. Individual tickets are
$125, and sponsorships are
available.
For information, call Smith
at (813) 757-8574.

Unity Gets More Than
$3,000 Through Drawing
PLANT CITY Tickets sold in
a drawing during the Florida
Strawberry Festival brought
more than $3,000 for Unity in
the Community, which helps
Meals on Wheels, United
Food Bank and Boys & Girls
Clubs of Plant City.
Veronica Struck of Spring
Hill's winning ticket was
drawn by Joyce Jordan, presi-
dent of Unity in the Commu-
nity. She won a new Panason-
ic television.
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.


ART SHOW

Continued From Page 24

painted with remarkable ex-
pertise, even using iridescent
medium to give them a special
sheen. This was not just a
painting of a rooster, it had
personality and attitude. You
could really see the bird was
aptly titled."
First-place winners in the
adult professional artist divi-
sion included Brigitte Mailahn,
oils; Kim Wells, acrylics; Nelida
DiLorenzo, watercolors; Tim'
Mandese, graphics/mixed me-
dia; and Peggy Little, minia-
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First-place winners in the
amateur artist division were
William Mayo, oils; Dyanne
Overstreet, acrylics; Felix Ve-
lazquez, watercolors; and
Debbie Schiffmacher, graph-
ics/mixed media.


First-place winners in the
youth two-dimensional artist
category by age were Cory
McCollough,: 15- to 17-year-
olds; Tiffany Sardina, 12- to
14-year-olds; Wesley Tanner,
9- to 11-year-olds; and Julianne
Hatchett, 6- to 8-year-olds.


First place in youth sculpture
included Elizabeth Barwick,
12- to 14-year-olds; Jakelyn
Pinner, 9- to 11-years; and Alex
Sullivan, 6- to 8-year-olds.
In a drawing, Mary Wyman,
a tourist visiting the festival
from Maine, won a painting


donated by LuAnn Watson.
Money raised by the show
goes to high school art schol-
arships, student art workshops
and other causes.

Cheryl Kuck can be reached at
wkuck@tampabay.rr.com.


Resident Does Her Part
American Cancer Society To Fight Breast Cancer
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oi s7ts LOCAL GROUP SUBMITS LETTER OF INTENT

< ZTO REQUEST TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PLAN (TAP)
FOR CORONET INDUSTRIES
q' f PLANT CITY, FLORIDA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 4, has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) to apply for a Technical Assistance Plan (TAP) grant from the Improvement
League of Plant City, Inc., in connection with the Superfund cleanup activities at the Coronet Industries Superfund Site located in Plant City, Florida.
The Soperfund process allows for issuance of only one grant of up to $50,000 per site to a single non-profit group for sites that are considered Superfund Alternative (SA)
sites, which are equivalent to the sites listed on the National Priorities List (NPL) under Superfund, but are funded by Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs). The TAP grant
is provided to enable communities near the Superfund Site to hire a technical advisor to interpret EPA reports and assist in providing input to EPA on cleanup actions. In
order to ensure that all community views are represented in the recipient group, EPA encourages all groups interested in applying for this grant to consolidate and file a joint
application.
By April 23, 2009, groups that wish to join with the Improvement League of Plant City, Inc. for the purpose of this TAP application must notify:
William Thomas
Improvement League of Plant City, Inc.
P.O. Box 3962
Plant City, FL 33564-3962
813-757-6760
Groups wishing to file a separate grant application must submit a Letter pf Intent (LOI) to file an application for the Coronet Industries TAP before April 23, 2009.
All applications must be submitted before May 22, 2009. Groups that require additional.time to prepare a letter of intent to file an application may submit a timely written
request for an extension to EPA for consideration. Additional information may be obtained from L'Tonya Spencer, EPA Region 4, Community Involvement Coordinator.
Letters of intent to apply for a TAP for the Coronet Industries Superfund Site, as well as applications, should be sent to the following:
L'Tonya Spencer
Sam Nunn Federal Building
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
Superfund Division OSPAO
61 Forysth Street, SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
For additional information regarding the Coronet Industries Superfund Site, please contact Brad Jackson, Remedial Project Manager, at 1-800-435-9233.


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Diversity Is Center Stage At Durant


The annual event allows
students to show off
their "pizzazz."
By DAVE NICHOLSON
dnicholson@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY More than 50 students
showed off their talents that included
song, dance and other skills as Durant
High School staged its annual Multicul-
tural Show.
The students performed twice for
fellow students and parents in the
school auditorium. The show, which
has been 'held for six or seven years,
showcases the talents of the students
and Durant's diversity, said science
teacher Maria Walls, who organizes the
show with Assistant Principal Theresa
Williams.
Walls calls it one of the highlights of
the year. "They [the students] really get
into it," she said.
Entries this year included gospel,
country and hip-hop, poetry and tango Photos from Durant High School It takes two to tango, as Melanie To
and break-dancing performances. Voices of Inspiration, Durant High's gospel group, was one of 18 acts in the Multi- and Tommy Herrera demonstrated
Walls said the school holds auditions cultural Show on Feb. 20. The group sung the Christian standard "Joyful, Joyful." during their performance.
that are judged by two teachers. The
students selected to perform hold prac-
tices before the show, she said.
About 1,000 students bought tickets
to attend the performances, with pro-
ceeds going to the American Cancer
Society's Relay for Life. The shows
generated a total of $1,100 for the cause,
she said, about the same as last year.
Walls said the school has 2,000 stu-
dents with diverse backgrounds. The
performance "is an opportunity for
students to not only display their piz-
zazz, but to also sit back and recognize
the diversity that surrounds them on a
daily basis," she wrote in an e-mail.
Stephanie Jean, Alethia Rose and Ciara Morales, from Tiffany Tucker presented a poem she wrote. Stu-
Reporter Dave Nicholson can be reached at left, sang solos in the show, which showcases the dents were selected to perform in the annual show;
(813) 865-4432. diversity of the 2,000-student school. about 1,000 tickets were sold to students.


Champs Have A Magic Season
A perfect 11-0 record was post-
ed by the Magic, champions of
the Plant City Recreation and
Parks Department/Optimist
.. Youth Basketball Senior Boys
League for 12- and 13-year-olds.
A Team members include, from
left, front row, Jordan Genevie,
Jacari Stevenson, Theodus
Holloway, Terran Winegeart,
Dakota Benton and Will Hip-
pier, and back row, coach Da-
'vid Delgado, Dustin McMath,
-Julian Kazenas, Matthew Tuck-
"er and assistant coach Steven
Delgado. Not pictured is Gar-
rett Wright.


Plant City Recreation and Parks Department


AREA EVENTS


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make homemade soaps using
clarified kitchen grease. Every-
one will receive a copy of the
soap making instructions..
Class will be held at the Win-
ter Visitor's Center, 301 Dort
St. Pre-register by calling
757-9289, ext. 2253.
ADULT CLASSES: The Plant
City Adult and Community
School offers fee-based clas-
ses for certified nursing assis-
tant, computer, cosmetology,
conversational Spanish, draw-
ing, pottery and more. The
school, on the campus of Plant


City High School, One Raider
Place, also offers GED classes
for 16- and 17-year-old stu-
dents and online GED classes
for students over 18. The
school also offers English for
speakers of other languages
classes. The GED and English
for speakers of other languag-
es classes are free, as are
classes for co-enrolled stu-
dents and students who need
credits to receive a high
school diploma. Registration is
from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Monday-
Thursday. Call (813) 707-7147.

Send items at least a week before
the desired publication date to
Community Calendar, The Tampa
Tribune, 101 N. Wheeler St., Plant
City FL 33563, e-mail to dnicholson
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By DAREK SHARP
dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Getting the
first-round bye for the district
tournament is always a plus,
and one of the benefits of
finishing in first place.
But for District 6A-8 in soft-
ball, the top seed might be
relatively meaningless.
Plant City and Durant have
discovered that 6A-8 is a col-
lection of evenly matched -
and good squads. Lakeland
is the weakest of the group, but
the other six teams have prov-
en capable of beating each
other.
Take the March 11 meeting
between the Raiders and Cou-
gars. Though Plant City en-
tered the game in first place
and Durant was tied for fifth,
there was no discernable dif-
ference on the field as the
rivals engaged in a scoreless
duel through 10 innings. Plant
City broke through in the llth
for two runs and a 2-0 victory.
"It was a tight and very
intense game for both teams,"
Raider head coach Heidi
Kouveras said. Durant's Erika
Wetherington went the entire
11 innings, while Megan Still
and MacKenzie Audas split
duties for the Raiders.
Plant City catcher Taylor
Storey was 4-for-5 on the
night, and her double made it
2-0. Tara "Red" Thomas start-
ed the inning with a slap-bunt
single, moved to second on
freshman Mackenzie Maca-
voy's bunt and scored on a
Cougar error.
Both teams had great defen-
sive plays, seemingly most
coming with two outs and a
runner in scoring position, as
the game went scoreless. Raid-
er sophomore Alix Hooker
made a running catch to end
the 10th inning, when it looked
as if Wetherington had a
game-winning single lined up.
The win put the Raiders at
6-1 in district play, but in their
next league game they fell 3-0
to Sarasota. The Sailors had
only one district win coming
into that one.
East Bay and Riverview are
Plant City's top challengers for
first place. But the next group


of three, Durant, Sarasota and
Sarasota Riverview, is also
tough.
Pitcher Kayla Cox for East
Bay shut out the Raiders 1-0
and handled Durant's bats in a
4-1 decision on Feb. 24, and
she looked to be taking the
reins as the district's top hurl-
er. But on March 11, Riverview
put up 10 runs against Cox.
Right after that game, River-
view was tested before losing
6-5 to Sarasota. And Sarasota
Riverview might finish as the
sixth seed, but holds wins over
East Bay and Durant.
When Plant City and Durant
stepped out of district play last
week, the Raiders beat Hills-
borough 13-0, and Durant
slammed Brandon 11-0. Kelsey
Horton was 3-for-3 with a ho-
mer and four RBIs for Durant.
The standings likely won't
get un-jumbled until district
play concludes next week. Be-
fore that, the Raiders and Cou-
gars will get another look at
Riverview and East Bay, and
maybe each other, at the
Spring Fling tournament in
Brand6n.
A 12-team field includes the
four 6A-8 squads along with
Academy of Holy Names,
Alonso, Brandon, Blooming-
dale, Jefferson, Plant, River
Ridge and Robinson. Durant is
scheduled to play Alonso at 3
p.m. Friday, and Plant City,
which gets a first-round bye,
gets the River Ridge-Holy
Names winner at 7 p.m. Fri-
day.
The semifinals are at 11 a.m.
Saturday, and the champion-
ship will be decided at 2 p.m.
J.C. Handley Park is the site of
all the games.
Durant went to a tourna-
ment in Tallahassee two week-
ends ago, winning its first two
games before dropping the
next two. On March 13, the
Cougars edged Jacksonville
Bolles 2-1. Kelly Jones had two
hits and an RBI, and Lauren
Wolfe got the start and com-
plete-game victory on the
mound.
Wetherington hit a two-run
homer and split the pitching
duties with freshman Emily
Godheim in a 2-0 win over FSU
High. On March 14, Durant
lost 3-2 to Winter Park and 7-0
to Madison County.
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dsharp@tampatrib.com
PLANT CITY Any conversa-
tion about the Plant City High
flag football team likely be-
gins with star quarterback
Qwet Shaw.
But as talented as Shaw is,
the Raiders' defensive unit is
way up there, too.
Plant City, trying to make it
back to the state finals, pstart-
ed its season last week with a
33-0 romp against Riverview.
Shaw was up to her usual
tricks, using an unmatchable
blend of speed and arm
strength to mystify the oppo-
nent.
But Raider coach Larry


Want To Rumba?
Dance Set Saturday
PLANT CITY -A dance with a
Latin theme will be at 7 p.m.
Saturday at Stardust Dance


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Langston was as impressed
with the way Plant City played
defensively.
"Qwet did her natural
thing, but the defense only
allowed Riverview past mid-
field twice. They are just in-
timidating," Langston said.
Shaw adds to the intimida-
tion factor as the free safety
on defense. Middle lineback-
er Collisha Walker has been
"phenomenal," according to
Langston, and Yasmine
Honors made 10 stops in the
backfield against Riverview.
Tekeyah Clark and Articia
Bennett are other top players
who return to the formidable
defense.


Center, 1405 S. Collins St.
The event includes such
dances as the rumba and sal-
sa, and features music played
by disc jockey Mike Johnston.
The dance is being promot-
ed by local dance instructor


Plant City is the favorite to
win District 10, but Durant
expects to challenge. The top
four finishers in the District 10
standings make the district
tournament.
The Raiders are at Durant,
which it edged for the district
title last year, on Monday.
"Mark that one down on
the calendar," Langston said.
A great crowd of about 350
turned out at Raider Stadium
for the Plant City opener.
Before their showdown
with Durant, the Raiders are
at King on Thursday, and Du-
rant will be at Tampa Bay
Tech.


Donna Garzone and includes
a Latin potluck dinner; bring
a covered dish to share.
The cost is $10.
Call (813) 671-3009 for in-
formation.
A staff report


March 27-29
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mended fences and turned the
property into what Lori Matta
calls "a pretty nice ranch."
Matta's ranch has a 15-stall
horse barn. Each stall is taken
by a rescued horse that she has
saved from being euthanized
or deserted. She also cares for
two pot bellied pigs, two goats,'
a Labrador-shepherd mix dog
named Riley, a motherless calf
and a llama left at the ranch by



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Hillsborough County Aging Services
serves daily midday meals to senior
participants throughout the county.
Participants may attend an agency
dining center or receive home deliv-
ery when eligible. For information,
call (813) 272-5250. Most centers serve
low-fat milk. Here is the menu for
March 30-Apr. 3.
Monday: Swiss steak with
country gray, Italian flat beans,
potatoes O'Brien, whole-wheat
bread, chocolate chip cookie
Tuesday: Sliced ham au jus,
whipped sweet potatoes, broc-


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its former owner.
"My ranch and my dance
studio are my life," Matta said.
"I love to teach kids to dance,
cheer and all the gymnastic
skills. And I love my animals. I
just can't help myself."

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

To see more photos, go
,J)B toPlantcity.tbo.com
and search for "Dance
Carousel" in the keyword search
area at the top of the page.



coli, carrot and cauliflower mix,
whole-wheat bread, applesauce
Wednesday: Stewed chicken
with vegetables, yellow rice -
with tomatoes and peppers,
chopped spinach, whole-wheat
bread, mixed fruit cup .
Thursday: Swedish meatballs
with mushroom gravy, mashed
potatoes, green peas, whole-
wheat bread, oatmeal raisin
cookie
Friday: Beef chili, parsley
white rice, carrots, crackers,
seasonal fresh fruit


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Spring into good health with these free or low-cost
screenings. Appointments are required for screenings
and space is limited. To make a reservation or for more
information, call (813) 754-4444.
Blood Profiles
Includes lipid panel, complete metabolic profile and
complete blood count.
Thursday, March 12; Friday, March 13; Saturday,
March 14
8am-noon
Cost: $20
Bone Density Screening
Thursday, March 12 8am-noon
Cost: Free
----SKin Cancer Screening
Friday, Mdrch 13,.8am-noon
Cost: Free
Prostate Screening
Includes PSA and DRE.
Saturday, March 14, 8am-noon
Cost: $20
Carotid Doppler Ultrasound
*Saturday, March 14, 8am-noon
Cost: '$20
Peripheral Vascular Screening
Saturday, March 14, 8am-noon
Cost: $20
CT Heart Score
Detects plaque in arteries. a risk factor for heart disease.
Saattday. ,ilchi 14. 8ant-nooni
Cost: $1 50i (regilarly S300)
Mammogram
You must have a doctor's prescription for this screerung.
.5atidav. March 14. 8,ii-noon
Cost. $45


. Two Doctors and a
Piano: Concertand
Health Lecture Series


Basic Life Support for
Health Care Providers
Registration and pre-payment
required. Call (813) 754-4444.
Community Conference Room
Cost: $38
New certification only: Saturday,
April 4, 8:30am-12:30pm
Recertification only: Monday,
May 4, 6-8:30pm

Diabetes Education
Support Group
For more information or to enroll,
call Lisa Finley at
(813) 757-8202 for this class only.
First Tuesday of every month
5-6pm
2 South Classroom
Cost: Free
Cholesterol Screenings
TC/HDL/Glucose
(no fasting required)
Fourth Tuesday of every month
2-3pm -
No appointment necessary.
Hospital Main Lobby
Cost: $25
Free Blood
Pressure Checks
vr i Tiedaiv
l-2pi
No appointment .i-~S"--
itiece"os i -11aiiL'
Hospital Main Lol'b, "I 0


Childbirth
Preparation Program
This class covers emotional issues,
relaxation and breathing exercises,
and feeding and caring for your new
baby. Class is limited to 12 couples.
Registration is required, call
(813) 757-4444.
Saturday, April 4
8am-12:30pm

Child Care and
Breastfeeding
Tuesday, April 7
6-8pm
Community Conference Room

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Bereaved Parents-
Support Group N
Bereaved Parents of the USA hosts
a support group. Includes time
for mothers and fathers to share
together and separately. Call Sue
Bowditch for this class only at-
(813) 661-9334.
Fourth Thursday of every month
'pmi
Cate'eria Conti ence Room


Dr. Teo Kulyk will discuss Aging of
the Adult Eye. Dr. Scott Goldsmith
will present A Global Approach to
Hip and Knee Arthritis. Presented
by South Florida Baptist Hospital.
Light hours doeuvres and a question
and answer session will follow the
presentations. Call (813) 754-4444
to register.
Tuesday, March 24
6-8pm
Plant City Cornerstone Center
(Former site of First Baptist Church)
315 N. Collins St.
Plant City, FL 33563
Cost: Free

CarSeatlO1
A certified instructor will teach
you how to correctly use and
uistall car seats. Children are
welcome but not necessary to
attend. Reservations are required;
call (813) 754-4444.
Monday, April 27
10am-1pm

Heart Saver for Non-
Health Care Providers
Learn more about recognizing a
heart attack, cardiac arrest.
ai way obstruc tion i choking; and
use ot an AED. To register. call
8131 754-4444.
Thursldai', April 30

Coimmunai'.' Co'ileret'ic Room
Cost: 251


Do You Have a Desire to Serve?
Join our family and make a difference. At South Florida Baptist Hospital, dedicated volunteers share their time and talents in countless ways.
Volunteers ages 14-18 are welcome! For more information, please call (813) 757-1230.


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