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Features Business . . . . . . . . . . .11A Classi eds . . . . . . . . . .4-7B County . . . . . . . . . . .3, 5-6A Entertainment . . . . . . . .1-3, 8B Faith & Family . . . . . . . . .14A Just for Fun . . . . . . . . . . .2B Outdoors . . . . . . . . . . .15A Police . . . . . . . . . . . . .8A Professional Services . . . . . .5-7B Schools . . . . . . . . . . . .10A Seminole . . . . . . . . . . .2, 4A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . . .13ACall 727-397-5563 For News & Advertising ENTERTAINMENT 911 calls Emergency call volume to regional 911 center outpaces Pinellas County’s population growth. ... Page 6A.The Black Honkeys, The Greg Billings Band among bands taking the stage. … Page 2B.St. Petersburg Seafood and Music Festival set March 3-4 Volume 39, No. 52 March 1, 2018 www.TBNweekly.com At the box of ce"The Red Sparrow," starring Jennifer Lawrence, to open this week. Other movies hitting theaters include "Death Wish" and "The Vanishing of Sidney Hall."... Page 1B SEMINOLE Pancake breakfast to kick off Pow WowThe Kiwanis Club of Seminole Breakfast will host its annual Pow Wow Festival pancake breakfast Saturday, March 3, 7 to 11 a.m., at the Holland G. Mangum Recreation Center, 9100 113th St. N.... Page 3A.Many of the past Mr. and Ms. Seminole award winners were present at the 2018 banquet.Gerry Cachia received the chamber’s annual top honor Mr. Seminole 2018Photos by DAVID HANKOGerry Cachia, president of William Clare Entertainment and Seminole Lake Rotary Club member, was announced as the 2018 Mr. Seminole award winner at the Seminole Chamber of Commerce’s Feb. 24 awards banquet. By TIFFANY RAZZANO Tampa Bay NewspapersSEMINOLE At its Feb. 20 meeting, the St. Petersburg College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to accept a $500,000 donation from the Edward J. and Vivian E. Lurie Charitable Foundation to construct a 2,800-square-foot modular building at the college's Seminole campus. In accepting the donation, the board also approved a 15-year contract between the Seminole Chamber of Commerce and SPC for this joint-use construction project. The building will be a partnership between SPC and the chamber, and will serve a variety of purposes in the community. Not only will it be used as a permanent home for the chamber and local civic organizations, but it will also be used as classroom and event space for SPC's business students. Mark Strickland, Seminole campus provost, said this partnership will also offer certain advantages to SPC students. "It's a fair deal," he said. "Our students will have access to chamber members for job shadowing, internships and jobs." He added, "And none of this would be possible without the generous donation of Dr. [Edward] Lurie and his wife, By SUZETTE PORTER Tampa Bay NewspapersCLEARWATER Although it didn't make a direct hit, Hurricane Irma was a big deal in Pinellas County last year. As part of the budget preparation process for fiscal year 2019, county departments are making presentations that focus on things done in the previous year and plans for the future. Most included the effect of Hurricane Irma in their reports delivered during work sessions on Feb. 13 and 15. Emergency Management Director Sally Bishop had the most news to report, after all her department is responsible for planning for hurricanes and other hazards, as well as overseeing disaster response and recovery. Hurricane Irma was only the third time in 32 years that the county has orchestrated a large-scale evacuation, Bishop told commissioners Feb. 15. Her department managed the largest and longest power outage in at least 32 years with 80 percent of the population without electricity at one point. It was the rst full activation of the new Public Safety Campus and the longest activation of the Emergency Operations Center in more than 13 years. By TIFFANY RAZZANO Tampa Bay Newspapers SEMINOLE Gerry Cachia was never planning on attending this year's Mr./Ms. Seminole awards banquet. So, the Seminole Chamber of Commerce, which hosts the awards ceremony each year, had to trick him into attending the Feb. 24 event at the Parkview Room in Seminole City Park. First, chamber volunteers asked Cachia, president of William Clare Entertainment, for a PA system that could accommodate two microphones. But when Cachia revealed that he still didn't plan to attend, Dr. Stephen Nickse, the event's host, told him that he would be receiving an award for The Red Sled, an initiative he helped found through Seminole Lake Rotary Club to collect holiday gifts for area foster children. "I had no clue anything else was happening," Cachia said. "That was how they got me there." To his surprise, he won the main honor of the evening, taking home the Mr. Seminole title for 2018. "I'm extremely, extremely humbled and I certainly won't take the honor lightly," he said. "I'm in a fraternity of some pretty amazing people. I've been in Seminole since 1977 and know most of those individuals who have been Mr. Seminole. They are amazing people. They've done so many things for the city." Bill Miller, the 2017 Mr. Seminole who led the selection committee that chose Cachia, said "it was quite an honor" to present the award to him. "We couldn't have picked a better person," Miller said. "He's a wonderful gentleman and very, very active in the community." Miller said he's known Cachia for more than 30 years through a variety of community events. "He's always there if we needed anything and is always willing to help. He never wants credit. He just wants to help." Cachia has been involved with the Seminole community since graduating from the University of South Florida with a bachelor's degree in marketing and advertising in 1977. His rst job out of college was at the Seminole Mall. Jobs were scarce for young college graduates at the time. So, when he saw the job listing, he pounced on it. "It was for promotions director. I had no idea what it was or what they did," Cachia said. "If it had anything to do with marketing, I applied for it." He was thrust into "a learn-as-you-go situation," he said, and is thankful to "the million mentors in Seminole" who Green light for Chamber homeCounty reviews Irma reportsSPC board votes to accept Lurie funds for new chamber building at the Seminole campus See IRMA, page 4A See MR. SEMINOLE, page 4A See CHAMBER, page 4A VIEWPOINTS Bob Driver Thoughts on the agony of reveille. … Page 13A. SCHOOLS Scott reveals school safety plansGov. Rick Scott announced a major action plan Feb. 23 that he says will make the state's schools and communities safer. Scott's action plan includes three sections: gun laws, school safety and mental health.... Page 10A. 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2A Seminole Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Sports are valuable for kids to playThis past weekend, my daughter played six games of softball and four of the games were played in one day. Yes, softball is in full season. Both of my girls play softball and they are on two teams each. One is recreation softball and the other is an extreme team, which is a travel ball team. It is quite a commitment. I know a lot of families who are on travel teams that travel all over the U.S. We are fortunate our travel team plays within a few hours radius from home. My daughters have been playing sports since they were 4 and 5 years old. The rst sport they wanted to play was tennis. I think they started out with tennis because their cousins played tennis. The next sport was soccer, then T-ball, baseball and eventually leading to softball. Being in sports has helped my girls in so many ways. They learn how to win and to lose. They learn how to play as a team and as an individual. They learn how to work for a goal. They also learn camaraderie and sportsmanship. Another bene t is they are exercising and in today's world of electronics it's important to get them some physical activity. Since my girls have been playing softball for the past four years, it's amazing to see how their skills have developed. My husband and I always try to encourage our kids. Sometimes they get upset if they strike out, don't get a hit or make a bad play. When we go to baseball games or watch on television our favorite teams the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs, we are able to show the girls even the professionals strike out and don't get hits every time. We tell them even their favorite players make errors, but they don't let it get them down and get right back in the game. I know from my own experience that when I was playing sports and going to school, I didn't have time to do much else. I played soccer, basketball and softball. I wasn't good enough to go to college on a scholarship, but I still enjoyed playing. I think it was even more important for kids to play sports in middle and high school because those are the years that kids seem to get into trouble if they don't have anything to do. When you are involved in sports, you don't have time to be bored and get into trouble. The other good thing is you have to keep up your grades to play sports. Most kids like playing sports, so they get good grades. Parents, try to help your kids nd a sport they like to do, whether it's a team sport or an individual sport. It can make a big difference in your child's life and, who knows, they may even end up receiving a scholarship for college. Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls ages 12 and 13, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com. Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbs Around SeminoleConnect2Christ Church cancels concertSEMINOLE A concert scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m., at Connect2Christ Church has been cancelled. Presented by Helping Hands Foreign Missions, the concert was to feature the Uganda Esangalo Children's Choir. Unfortunately, several members of the choir have become ill forcing the church to cancel the event. For information, visit www.c2cchurch.com.Freedom Square to host seminar on reducing fall risksSEMINOLE A seminar on reducing the risk of falling will be offered Wednesday, Feb. 28, 1:30 p.m., in the Hamilton Building at Freedom Square, 10951 Johnson Blvd., Seminole. The event includes tips on lifestyle changes that can help prevent falls, a balance clinic to help assess attendees' risk and information on resources that can help. Admission is free. One in four Americans age 65 and older has a fall each year according to the Centers for Disease Control. Falling causes 95 percent of all hip fractures. The National Council on Aging says the fear of falls can cause older adults to limit their activities, potentially leading to physical decline, depression and social isolation. 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County 3A Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018 County newsSheriff Gualtieri offers spring break safety tipsPinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri offered ve tips for staying safe during the spring break season. "Whether you are visiting somewhere new or checking out a local, familiar favorite, expect larger-than-usual crowds at family-friendly attractions like beaches, parks, and museums," Gualtieri says. He advises to keep small children close, and make a plan with your family about what to do if you get separated for any reason. Agree on a place and time that you will regroup. If your spring break plans include a swim, never swim alone, the sheriff says, and instruct children to stay within sight of a responsible adult or lifeguard. Sunscreen is another tip on the sheriff's list. "Whether you're at the beach, on the boat, or in the backyard, your spring break plans likely include outdoor activity, so don't forget the sunscreen," Gualtieri says. The Centers for Disease Control recommends using broad spectrum sunscreen with at least SPF 15, even if it's slightly cloudy. Make sure to apply it 15-30 minutes before you head outdoors to allow your skin suf cient time to absorb it. Home safety is another concern at the sheriff's of ce. "If you're hitting the road, secure your home," Gualtieri advises. "Lock your doors and windows, and put valuables in a safe place. Tell a friend or neighbor that you will be out of town, and ask him/her to pick up your mail and newspapers, because a packed mailbox or a stack of newspapers at your front door signals would-be burglars that you are not there." If you would like someone to check on your home while you are away, contact your local law enforcement agency. If you live in the sheriff's of ce jurisdiction, call 727-582-6200, and a deputy or Volunteer Patrol member will be glad to conduct a vacation home check. The sheriff also has advice on roadway safety for drivers and pedestrians. "Whether you are taking a long trip out of town or driving the pedestrian-packed beach streets, be extra vigilant behind the wheel," Gualtieri says. "Drive defensively. Make sure everyone is properly buckled up and using the appropriate child safety restraints. Allow extra time to get where you're going to prevent rushing and making careless, dangerous mistakes. Conversely, if you are the pedestrian, be on the lookout for distracted drivers, use crosswalks, and always be aware of your surroundings." Lastly, the sheriff cautions people about the use of alcohol. "If you are at least 21 years old and choose to drink alcohol, do so responsibly," he says. "Be mindful of area laws and ordinances related to the possession of open containers in public, and never accept a drink from a stranger. Know your limits, and remember that time in the sun maximizes the effects of alcohol. Of course, never drink and drive. Instead, designate a sober friend or use taxi services and ride-share apps."Tax Collector relocates concealed weapon license servicesCLEARWATER The Pinellas County Tax Collector's Of ce recently relocated its concealed weapon license services. Effective Feb. 26, this service will be available on the second oor of the building that houses the North County Tax Collector's Of ce, 29399 U.S. 19 N. in Clearwater. Concealed weapon clients will enter the building's main entrance not the North County Tax Collector's Of ce and check in on the second oor. Service is available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Walkin customers will not be accepted after 4 p.m. Appointments are highly recommended and can be made at www.taxcollect.com/cwl. More than 7,000 people utilized the Pinellas County Tax Collector's concealed weapon license services in 2017. Statewide, 1.84 million Floridians are concealed weapon license holders. 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4A Seminole Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Missions will present the Uganda Esangalo Children's Choir Wednesday, Feb. 28, 7 p.m., at the church, 9398 Oakhurst Road, Seminole. A love offering will be taken. For 2018, the all-acoustic performances will include children and adults from Uganda playing musical instruments from Africa and dressed in traditional celebration costumes. This tour features video highlights of the Village of Eden that will bring the ministry to life. The Feb. 28 event will be both a performance and a celebration of the gospel. Attendees will witness children expressing their love for Jesus by quoting Bible passages from memory and singing songs in both English and their native language. For details, visit www.c2cchurch.com.Kiwanis to host Pow Wow pancake breakfastSEMINOLE The Kiwanis Club of Seminole Breakfast will host its annual Pow Wow Festival pancake breakfast Saturday, March 3, 7 to 11 a.m., at the Holland G. Mangum Recreation Center, 9100 113th St. N. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children 5 to 10 years old for all-you-can eat pancakes with sausage and beverage. Children 4 and under eat free. Tickets will be available at the door the day of the event. For more information, visit www.kiwanisseminolebreakfast.com. Historical Society to host program on Native American cultureSEMINOLE The Seminole Historical Society welcomes Dr. Roger Block, historian and Native American educator, to the Seminole Historical Society Museum, 7464 Ridge Rd., for a special program Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Scheduled just ahead of the city of Seminole's 50th annual Pow Wow Festival and Parade, Block will offer insight into Native American culture with hands-on presentations every half hour. To share how Native Americans viewed the natural and spiritual worlds, he will bring two dozen artifacts with him to enhance his presentation. Block, who spent 36 years at Honeywell Space Systems in Clearwater as a rocket scientist and program manager, has been the president and board member for the Trail of Florida's Indian Heritage and the Central Gulf Coast Archaeology Society in the Tampa Bay area. For the past decade, he has taught courses on Native American culture, history and spirituality at Eckerd College in the Osher Life Long Learning Institute. For more information, email info@seminolehistoricalsociety.org.Boy Scout Troop 431 to host spaghetti dinner fundraiserSEMINOLE Boy Scout Troop 431 will host an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner fundraiser Saturday, March 3, 4 to 7 p.m., at Blessed Sacrament Parish Center, 11565 66th Ave. N. Cost is $7.50 for ages 11 to 64; $5 for ages 5 to 10 and 65 and older; and free for ages 4 and under. Cost includes coffee, tea, salad, bread and dessert. Tickets available at the door while dinners last. Dine-in only. Contact Stephen Mundzak at 727-729-0576 or smundzak@masonite.com for more information. Men’s chorus to perform at librarySEMINOLE The Heedless Hoarsemen, a men's chorus, will perform as part of the Sunday Musicale series Sunday, March 4, 3 p.m., at the Seminole Community Library, 9200 113th St. N. This event is free and open to the public. Email friends@myseminole.com.Three-part program on faith and healing setSEMINOLE Three free one-hour sessions of faith and healing led by the Rev. Dr. Martin Lewis, M.D., F.R.C.P., on Thursdays, March 8, 15 and 22, at Chapel on the Hill United Church of Christ, 12601 Park Blvd., Seminole. Lewis is senior pastor of Chapel on the Hill. His unique experience in medicine and ministry offers insight as he shares his knowledge and passion for healing and wholeness for all God's people. Lewis has been involved in teaching and medical research, particularly the healing process, the immune system, and cancer, and has served in church ministries, missions and pastoral care for over 55 years. The sessions will center on the scienti c and theological basis for healing body, mind, and spirit and our role as individuals in the health and healing process. Lewis is also a clinical professor of pathology at USF and has served as professor of pathology at several prestigious medical schools in the United States and Canada. Following is a summary of the three upcoming sessions: Session I Introduction to Faith That Heals on March 8. Concepts of our self-healing body its response to disease and injury illustrated through the years with contributions by Dr. William Osler, Dr. Still, Dr. Selye, and others. Session II Mechanisms of the self-healing body March 15. Links between the endocrine, nervous and immune systems work together with our emotions and behaviors. The positive/negative effects of stress reveal the connection between our body and mind. Session III Historical application of systems' evolution March 22. The body/mind/spirit process and the role of faith as it mediates through our systems. At the close of this nal session those who wish to remain may participate in a brief healing ceremony. The public is welcome. The sessions will be followed by a Q&A and healing ceremony. For information, call 727-391-2919.Church to host thrift saleSEMINOLE A thrift sale will kick off with a pre-sale Thursday, March 8, 5 to 8 p.m., at Connect2Christ Church, 9398 Oakhurst Road, Seminole. Admission to the pre-sale is $5 a person. The sale will continue on Friday, March 9, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; and Saturday, March 10, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. There is no admission fee on Friday and Saturday. Proceeds from the sale will help with church expenses. For information, visit www.c2cchurch.com.Kiwanis to host annual Fire Truck PullSEMINOLE The Kiwanis Club of Seminole will host its eleventh annual Fire Truck Pull Sunday, March 11, 1 to 3 p.m., in the Seminole Community Library parking lot, 9200 113th St. N. The team sponsor fee is $150. If you don't have your own team, you can still help sponsor a team from Seminole High School, Seminole Middle School or Bauder Elementary School. Money raised at this event are used to fund a variety of Kiwanis events, including Every Child a Swimmer, Horses for Handicapped, Key Club at Seminole High School, Builders Club at Seminole Middle School and K-Kids at Bauder Elementary. Contact Wayne at 727-393-5281 or 727-253-1066 for more information.GFWC Pinellas Seminole Woman’s Club to host fundraiserSEMINOLE The GFWC Pinellas Seminole Woman's Club will host an afternoon of games and cards Wednesday, March 14, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Freedom Square, Roskamp Auditorium, 7800 Liberty Ln.This event features snacks and a light lunch provided by Freedom Square. Cost is $8 per person. Proceeds support the club. For more information or tickets call Pat at 727-709-3778.Register for the 25th annual Seminole StampedeSEMINOLE Registration is open for the 25th annual Seminole Stampede 5K Race and 1-mile Fun Run, set for Saturday, March 17, 7:30 a.m., at Walsingham Park, 12620 102nd Ave. This event is presented by the Seminole Chamber of Commerce. The 5K race is open to runners, race walkers and power walkers. Cost for the 5K race is $20 per person through March 9 and $25 after that date. Cost for the 1-mile fun run is $10 per person through March 9 and $15 after that date. A discount of $5 per person is available for groups of 10 or more. Make checks to: Seminole Chamber of Commerce, 7777 131st St. N., Ste. 1, Seminole, FL 33776. Call 727-392-3245 for more information. Irma was a big deal and tested the plans and training that had been ongoing for years.And it was dif cult for rst responders, according to James Fogarty, director of Safety and Emergency Services, who talked about implementing "condition six" during the height of the storm when crews were instructed not to respond to emergencies. "We've never before had to say, we can't get there," he said. For 12 hours, no medical help was available. Instead, calls were routed to physicians to help talk people through emergencies. Fogarty gave an example of a mother who called because her child was having a breathing problem. The doctor talked to the mother about ways to help using "old school medicine." As soon as there was a break in the storm, St. Petersburg Fire Rescue made a "dramatic rescue," he said. Hurricane Irma was the largest evacuation since Hurricane Elena in 1985. Bishop said 113,000 residents used emergency shelters that year compared to only 23,000 when Irma passed by. She's not sure why the numbers were lower, but speculated it might be that more people are prepared to shelter in their homes or that due to Hurricane Harvey, which preceded Irma, more people took the threat seriously and left the area. She reminded residents that no place in Florida is safe when a hurricane threatens and it's always better to plan to go "10s of miles instead of hundreds of miles" unless you leave very early. She rehashed the fuel problems and traf c issues as millions of people tried to vacate the state moving from south Florida north. "The state did a good job keeping fuel replenished," she said. She said she was grateful for the new Public Safety Campus, which opened in June 2014. It was designed to withstand a Category 5 hurricane and houses the Sheriff's Office Dispatch, Regional 911 Emergency Communications, Emergency Medical Services and a new Emergency Operations Center. Doug Brightwell, director of Animal Services, told commissioners that Hurricane Irma had shown his department needed to make some changes. When evacuations began, plans had called for three petfriendly shelters, but that wasn't enough so a fourth was added. County officials wanted to make sure adequate space was available for pets because they know many people won't leave home unless they know their pets are safe. He said 2,013 animals had been housed in shelters. In the future, plans call for using high schools instead of middle schools because they have more space and could house more animals. Also, staff learned that locker rooms aren't good areas for dogs. The county needs more shelter space. Currently there is a de cit of 412 spaces, Bishop said. And there is a need for more storage space to keep emergency supplies and resources, such as generators, cots and medical supplies (walkers and wheelchairs) for special needs shelters. "We're imposing greatly on the school board warehouse," she said, adding that many of the county's facilities where supplies could be stored are too old "to hold up." The county needs about 25,000 square feet of space. Staff is looking at the new Lealman Community Center as a possible space to store supplies as well as create additional shelter space. She said people should understand how small a space they would have if they need to evacuate to a shelter 15 square feet per person and even down to 10 square feet in a full (Level E) evacuation event. She said she heard stories from others in the state about people showing up to shelters with U-hauls, recliners and in general "too much stuff." Commissioner Karen Seel suggested looking at county buildings rather than schools to create more shelter space. "We've run out of schools," Bishop said, agreeing with Seel that other alternatives were needed. Seel said using schools as shelters posed a problem because it didn't allow students to return to class as soon as they might otherwise. Bishop agreed again, saying shelter space was needed before and during the hurricane as well as after, especially if homes were damages and power was out. "There's a ne balance between community needs versus getting schools back in session," she said. One solution is to keep encouraging residents who live in non-evacuation zones to prepare their homes so they can shelter in place, so they are less dependent on the government for help. A big concern is health care facilities. She said the county had 175 facilities, which house about 10,000 patients. She said to move such a vulnerable population outside the county would mean they would need to evacuate up to 96 hours before an of cial order might be given to have time to get them out of harm's way. While most of the county's plans worked as intended, she said there was some confusion with employees' expectation about working and their role during a hurricane or other emergency. County Administrator Mark Woodard said a complete report on the "after action" for Hurricane Irma would be available soon. Bill Berger, director of the Of ce of Management and Budget, updated commissioners on the cost hurricane season and its effect on the FY 2017 and 2018 budgets, as well as the reserve fund. Hermine cost $2.3 million and Irma $27.4 million. Berger expects FEMA to reimburse about $24 million of the costs, but it will take months, maybe years. Without the FEMA reimbursements, the general fund reserve fund is down to about 10 percent. Commission policy requires 15 percent be kept in reserves. Berger said that after the reimbursements come in, reserves should be back up to about 13-14 percent, adding that with "frugal spending" by county departments the de cit could be even less. Suzette Porter is TBN’s Pinellas County editor. She can be reached at sporter@TBNweekly.com. IRMA, from page 1A helped guide him. It wasn't long before he was promoted to handle promotions for both the Seminole Mall and the Gateway Mall. He eventually left to manage larger regional malls, and also carved out a career in marketing entertainment. He landed back at Seminole Mall twice, since, though. The last time, he worked under Brad Sebring, part of the Johnson family, the mall's original owners. They opened Showoff Theatre Cachia helped bring entertainment and events, such as Seminole Sings, to the mall. "I wanted to make it a place where shopping was entertaining," he said. "That was kind of my theme." He also played a role in the creation of a nighttime holiday parade held the day after Thanksgiving. Eventually, that "transitioned from a mall thing to a city thing," he said. He's been involved with a number of community organizations over the years. He's a longtime member of the chamber, sitting on its board of directors for four years. In the past, he's received both the Merit Award and the Business of the Year Award. When he rst came to Seminole, he was a member of The Lion's Club. Three years ago, he joined the Seminole Lake Rotary Club. "They're great people who do a bunch of things for the community and around the world," Cachia said. "I really like those people and everything they do." Last year, The Red Sled initiative raised more than $40,000 in toys and monetary donations for Eckerd Youth Alternatives, which works with children in the local foster care system. The signature event of this initiative, The Red Party, doubled in size last year to more than 300 attendees. Next year he hopes they can raise more than $50,000 for the organization. "It's grown to huge proportions," he said. "I always envisioned it to be the premiere holiday event in Seminole. I think eventually it will be that way. We're going to run out of places to hold it based on the size." Though the initiative was born out of the annual holiday parties thrown by Cachia and his wife, Rene, he's quick to nod to the Rotarians when discussing The Red Sled's success. "They jumped on this thing and called it their own," he said. "I'm just a small cog in that machine." Several other awards were also presented at the Mr./Ms. Seminole banquet. Harold "Doc" Kinsey received the Merit Award. Arden Courts of Seminole was named Business of the Year. Culver's T.J. Schwebke was named Boss of the Year. Photos by DAVID HANKOClockwise from bottom left: Donna Colomina-Ceasare accepts the 2018 Business of the Year Award on behalf of Arden Courts of Seminole; Diane Richardson presents the 2018 Boss of the Year Award to Culver’s T.J. Schwebke; Pat Alexander presents the 2018 Merit Award to Harold “Doc” Kinsey. MR. SEMINOLE, from page 1A Vivian." Longtime Seminole residents, the Luries originally gifted the $500,000 to the city of Seminole and the chamber for a jointuse building in 2015. They planned to construct the building at Waterfront Park on Park Boulevard. But the deal fell through last year when the city learned that grant restrictions would make it dif cult to utilize the property for anything other than outdoor recreational purposes. Dr. Lurie addressed the SPC board during the Feb. 20 meeting. "We appreciate that the college wishes to work with the chamber of commerce and other service clubs in Seminole to create this building for the use of the community," he said. "I'm thankful that this thing is nally getting off the ground and we really look forward to the establishment of this building." He told the board that he has had a long relationship with the college, and helped establish SPC's entrepreneurial program with the Seminole campus' founding provost, Dr. Jim Olliver. "This will just add to that type of use," Dr. Lurie said. Nathan Stonecipher, board of trustees chair, told Dr. Lurie, "We appreciate your patience that you've shown in getting this done, and the vision to make a commitment like this at the Seminole campus for St. Petersburg College. I'm excited for the next steps to see this come to fruition." CHAMBER, from page 1A AROUND, from page 2A Photo courtesy of THE SEMINOLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCEAt its Feb. 20 meeting, the St. Petersburg College Board of Trustees app roved a partnership between the Seminole Chamber of Commerce and the SPC Seminole campus to build a multi-use community building on the property. The building will be funded by a $500,000 donation fro m Edward J. and Vivian E. Lurie Charitable Foundation. Dr. Edward Lurie presented the check to SPC following the board’s vote.

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County 5A Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Pinellas County introduces new IT departmentDepartment presentations highlight things done and things planned By SUZETTE PORTER Tampa Bay NewspapersCLEARWATER Pinellas County has begun work developing a budget for scal year 2019. The process actually began Jan. 30 when commissioners gathered at Weedon Island to talk about their strategic plan. A series of departmental presentations started during a Feb. 13 work session and continued Feb. 15. The Of ce of Management and Budget presented the nancial forecast on Feb. 27. Budget information sessions will be scheduled next, starting with the constitutional of cers and independent agencies. Bryan Zumwalt, the county's former Chief Technology Of cer and now director of the new Of ce of Technology and Innovation, gave the rst of seven presentations on Feb. 13. The new department is a partnership with Business Technology Services. The department has 23 full time employees, which includes 18 former BTS employees and ve from the asset management team. Zumwalt explained that BTS would continue to provide the county's technology "foundation," including the network and enterprise systems, including Microsoft applications and employee equipment, while the Of ce of Technology and Innovation will be responsible for business applications and support services. The new department will provide training and integration services, and will manage the business application portfolio. Zumwalt said about 70 applications are now his department's responsibility, including those used by employees and the public. The new department will take over development of the county's website. He said the plan is modernize the site and make it more user-friendly. The Of ce of Technology and Innovation also is responsible for the budget detail application used by the Of ce of Management and Budget. During preparations for the current budget year, BTS experienced problems providing data using Oracle Hyperion in a timely fashion. Zumwalt said two experienced employees as well as an outside contractor now support the Hyperion system. "Everything is ready for this year's budget," he said. County Administrator Mark Woodard added that having the new department take over the budget application work would save about $200,000. The other changes to move business applications to the new department are "budget neutral," he said.Other presentation highlightsReal Estate Management Director Andrew Pupke updated the commission on some of the projects being worked on, including the jail infrastructure building, sheriff's purchasing warehouse/facility operations building, courts consolidation project, north county service center driving course and recycling center, sheriff's new North District Station lease, recent purchase of the Windsor school in Lealman, and the sale of the STAR Center. He also reported on efforts to lease vacant space in the 501 Building in downtown St. Petersburg. So far, those efforts have not yielded any new tenants and additional space will be available when the courts consolidation project is nished. Commission Vice-Chair Karen Seel would like to sell the antiquated building. Commission Chair Ken Welch prefers to keep it. Commissioners asked Pupke to put together a report about the building so they could discuss its future. Virginia Holscher, director of Risk Management, has 18 employees responsible for safety, insurance and claims. They manage risks associated with onthe-job injuries, damage to county property and accidental injury or damage to non-employees. They manage insurance policies and handle claims, including Worker's Compensation. Safety is an important part of the job. 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6A County Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Hernandez talked about some of the accomplishments from last year, including the successful Penny for Pinellas public education campaign, work done during Hurricane Irma, sponsoring the rst fully bilingual community event, marketing of county events and the increase in social media followers, especially during Hurricane Irma. Her department will be working with the Of ce of Technology and Innovation to create a new age-friendly website as well as increasing community outreach and engagement this year. Human Services has 106 full time employees that do a variety of work, including implementing the county's health program, social services, veterans services, consumer protection, justice coordination, contracts, grants and business services. Daisy Rodriguez, who oversees the health program, talked about efforts to meet the needs of the homeless and others that come under Human Services umbrella. Doug Brightwell, director of Animal Services, updated commissioners about the work of his 57 employees, who are responsible for enforcement, customer services, kennel operations and veterinary services. He talked about the improvements made in the live release rates with dogs up to 81 percent and cats at 58 percent, the highest numbers since 2013. The numbers of lost pets being reunited with their owners also showed improvement last year. Suzette Porter is TBN’s Pinellas County editor. She can be reached at sporter@ TBNweekly.com. DEPARTMENT, from page 5A By SUZETTE PORTER Tampa Bay NewspapersCLEARWATER More people are calling 911 and the number of ambulance transports in Pinellas is steadily rising. The increase in call volume coming in to the regional 911 center is exceeding the county's population growth, according to James Fogarty, director of Safety and Emergency Services. Fogarty delivered the news to Pinellas County commissioners during a Feb. 15 work session. The regional 911 center processes about 1.2 million calls each year. Telecommunicators are responsible for dispatching re and EMS personnel. They handle calls for the sheriff's of ce and contracted cities. In scal year 2016-2017, an average of 633 EMS calls a day came in resulting in 231,000 EMS responses. Of that number, 184,000 were transported to a medical facility about 510 people a day, Fogarty said. And the numbers went up January-April with about 600 people transported a day. Fogarty and staff aren't sure what is driving the increase. Some is social with people using 911 as a safety net. Tourism could be another cause; however, Fogarty said there is no proof that the hike is due to the in ux of tourists, although he admits it would be a logical assumption with 20 million tourists coming into the area during the season. Projections show those numbers could grow to 34 million in the near future. Fogarty said there is capacity in the system to handle some increase. The question is whether it will be enough. "We're looking at that," he said. Work is ongoing to manage the growth in calls and transports. The biggest factor is analyzing why people call. Some are acute emergencies a heart attack or someone hit by a car. However, some calls could be prevented and staff is working on that. County staff and municipal partners are targeting fall prevention, which accounted for about 15 percent of calls in 2016-2017 the second largest number. The goal is to reduce the number of fall calls to 10 percent a year. The No. 1 reason people call is because they're sick. Currently, fall prevention campaigns are taking place in South Pasadena, Largo and Pinellas Park that includes outreach to locations with high risk, which typically are facilities that house a high number of elderly patients. He said simple xes could help, such as modifying light xtures so they come on at night when someone enters a room. Fogarty also told commissioners about the Sleep Safe campaign aimed at preventing infant death. He said on average one infant dies each month in Pinellas due primarily to the way they are sleeping. The campaign aims to change long-held beliefs about how to put a baby to sleep. Priority dispatch continues to be used with telecommunicators making a determination about the best response for each call. Fogarty said some calls require them to "send the cavalry," while others can be routed to a skilled nurse. He said the skilled nursing protocol had been in the testing phase for the past couple of years and plans are in the works to expand it. He said priority dispatch continues to be "applied cautiously." He also said basic life support had been added to the system that used to include only advanced life support. Basic life support units are sent out for calls such as broken bones and transports between facilities. Fogarty talked about a partnership with St. Pete College on an education program for new hires at the 911 center, which has a 22-23 percent turnover in staff. He said the program provides training that allows graduates to become eligible to take an exam for certi cation from the state. He said changes in what third party providers, such as insurance companies, were willing to pay for transport to the hospital also was a factor these days. There's a movement encouraging some to use Uber instead of an ambulance for non-emergencies. Ambulance service continues to be a revenue maker with $56 million collected in FY 2017 with 191,000 claims billed, compared to $50 million and 172,000 claims the year before. Fogarty encourages residents to sign up for Sunstar Paramedics FirstCare membership saving program. It is not an insurance plan, but works with your insurance plan to cover 100 percent of expenses associated with deductibles and copayments. It also will pay 50 percent of costs for any trips denied for non-covered charges by the insurance plan. Uninsured members will receive a 20 percent discount on ambulance transport services. The cost is $66 for a single membership and $101 for a family. The average cost of an emergency ambulance transport is $761. For more information, visit pinellascounty.org or call 727-582-2008. Fogarty said his department would continue to work with its 18 partners using a "data-driven approach" to improve services and relationships. He said response times still were being met with responders arriving on site within 7.5 minutes or less 90 percent of the time.Suzette Porter is TBN’s Pinellas County editor. 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8A Police Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018PCSO ‘drops the hammer’ on unlicensed contractors By SUZETTE PORTER Tampa Bay NewspapersDUNEDIN Undercover detectives arrested 26 people on 57 charges in less than three days all part of a sting to catch unlicensed contractors doing business in the city of Dunedin. At a press conference Feb. 19, Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri talked about a "huge problem" in the county with unlicensed contractors "engaging in work inappropriately" and "ripping people off." "It shows the ineffectiveness of enforcement over the last several years, because this operation was too easy. It was like shooting sh in a barrel," he said. The sheriff's office worked with the city of Dunedin, which provided a house, to conduct Operation Drop the Hammer Feb. 17-18 and a "couple hours" the morning of Feb. 19. Gualtieri said it was easy to get the people to show up after detectives called ads found in a variety of publications, and it was easy to get them to offer to do work as an unlicensed contractor. "There's no fear of consequences and it runs rampant," he said. "We see this time and time again in a whole bunch of areas." He blames the problem on the lack of enforcement by the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board, which came under re last year for a number of problems uncovered by a series of newspaper articles as well as two independent investigations. The sheriff's office took over enforcement of unlicensed contractors about six months ago, Gualtieri said. "We've done a couple of operations and, because of what we saw, we realized that we needed to do this undercover operation and this sting to identify more people who are doing this and establish that it is a problem of great magnitude." During the sting, 27 arrests were made of unlicensed contractors, a misdemeanor, and 20 arrests were made of persons who had no worker's compensation insurance, which is a felony. One person on probation for working as an unlicensed contractor showed up at the sting, violating his probation. He was arrested again, Gualtieri said. And another was arrested for dealing with stolen property and grand theft related to unlicensed contracting. He gave one example of a "guy who shows up with his buddy" and agrees to do a number of projects. "In order to memorialize this very formal and straight-up agreement, he whips out this yellow piece of paper and on this yellow piece of paper, he handwrites what they're going to do and how much," the sheriff said, pointing to a poster of the agreement beside him. The agreement gives a cash price of $9,000, which is a discount for doing the work without permits, which would cost $10,500. The "guy" was identi ed as Charles Eugene Scoon, 50, of St. Petersburg, and his "buddy" was Howard Ownbey, 47, of Holiday. Detectives charged Scoon with two counts of failure to secure workers compensation and two counts of unlicensed specialty contracting. Ownbey was charged with unlicensed specialty contracting and failure to secure workers compensation. Gualtieri said a number of people showed up that acknowledged they didn't have licenses and that they didn't have permits. "They weren't going to do it the right way," he said. "And all this under the table nonsense, they are very openly willing to do." But it gets worse, Gualtieri said. He gave another example of a man named Anthony Gianunzio, 26, of Largo, who was working with his girlfriend, an employee at Home Depot on U.S. 19. Gualtieri said the girlfriend was referring customers to Gianunzio, an unlicensed contractor. The sheriff said not only was Gianunzio doing work as an unlicensed contractor, he was also stealing from people. Gualtieri said in early February, he took $19,000 in jewelry and other personal belongings from a woman in Dunedin while working on her house. He then took the merchandise to various pawnshops around the county. Gianunzio was charged with one count of grand theft, three counts of dealing in stolen property, as well as unlicensed specialty contracting and failure to secure workers compensation. Gualtieri said these arrests explain why there is a licensing requirement for contractors. "We have to make sure people have the skills, have the ability and do it in a reputable way and there's some accountability and you don't have thieves out there scheming with their girlfriend getting referrals and going in and ripping people off," Gualtieri said. A bill is currently pending in the state legislature that would restructure the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board and give certain responsibilities to Pinellas County government. Gualtieri said if the bill passes and the governor signs it, he is unsure what his of ce's role will be. He is currently in talks with the county. For now, he intends to enforce the law. "Pinellas County Sheriff's Of ce is going to continue its efforts to protect the citizens and stop this," he said, adding that while the sting took place in Dunedin, the problem is likely worse in south county and St. Petersburg. He also sent a message to the public. "Please make sure you engage people who are licensed, insist on seeing their license," he said. "And that old adage, if it's too good to be true, it probably is when they're doing work for thousands of dollars less than anybody else you get a quote from, there's a problem there. Don't engage unlicensed people." 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10A Schools Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Governor reveals plan to improve school safetyTALLAHASSEE Gov. Rick Scott announced a major action plan Feb. 23 that he says will make the state's schools and communities safer. Scott's action plan includes three sections: gun laws, school safety and mental health. He set a two-week window, while the legislature is in session, to get things done. Scott said he wanted "to make it virtually impossible for anyone who has mental issues to use a gun" and "anyone who is a danger to themselves and others to use a gun." He wants to create a new program violent threat restraining order to allow a court to prohibit violent or mentally ill people from possessing a rearm or other weapon. The program would allow family members, community welfare experts or law enforcement of cers to le a sworn request accompanied by evidence asking the court to take action. Anyone who makes fraudulent or a false statement would face criminal penalties.In addition, Scott proposes to strengthen gun purchase and possession restrictions for mentally ill persons under the Baker Act. When a court involuntarily commits an individual because they are at risk to themselves or others, the person would be required to surrender all rearms. To regain the right to purchase or possess a rearm would require waiting a minimum of 60-days and then asking the court for a hearing.The governor also proposes requiring that all individuals buying a rearm be at least age 21. Exceptions will be made for active duty and reserve military and spouses, National Guard members and law enforcement. The governor's plan calls for prohibiting a person from possessing or purchasing a rearm if they are subject to an injunction for protection against stalking, cyberstalking, dating violence, repeat violence, sexual violence, or domestic violence. Criminal penalties for threats to schools, such as social media posts of shooting or bombings would be "enhanced," as would penalties for anyone who possesses or purchases a gun that is prohibited by state law. Sale and purchase of bump stocks would be banned.The governor also wants to allocate $450 million to a plan to improve school safety. Scott wants to make it requirement for a law enforcement of cer to be assigned to every public school a sworn deputy sheriff or police of cer who will be on campus whenever students are present. The number of of cers will depend on the school with Scott proposing to require at least one of cer per 1,000 students. As part of the governor's plan, sheriff's of ces would be given authority to train additional school personnel or reserve law enforcement of cers to protect students, upon request by the local school boards. Mandatory active shooter training would be required as outlined by the Department of Homeland Security. All training and code red drills would have to be completed during the rst week of each semester in all public schools. Faculty and students would be required to participate in active shooter drills and local sheriff's of ces would be required to approve and be involved in training. The governor also wants to increase funding in the Safe Schools Allocation to pay for school safety needs, such as school hardening measures, including metal detectors, bulletproof glass, steel doors, and upgraded locks. The Florida Department of Education, with Florida Department of Law Enforcement, would be charged with providing minimum school safety and security standards by July 1 to all school districts. Schools would be required to submit their safety plans to their county sheriff's of ce by July 1 each year for approval. Once plans and requests for school hardening have been approved by the county sheriff's of ce, in consultation with local police, they would be forwarded to the Department of Education by the school district to receive any state funds. Scott's plan requires school districts to take all capital outlay funds received from taxpayers and use it for school hardening before it can be spent on any other capital outlay. All safe school allocations must be spent in accordance with the sheriff approved plans. School districts that receive a Safe Schools Allocation will be required to enter into an agreement with the local sheriff's of ce, the Department of Juvenile Justice, the Department of Children and Families, the Department of Law Enforcement and any community behavioral health provider for sharing information. In addition, the state would establish a new, anonymous K-12 "See Something, Say Something" statewide, dedicated hotline, website and mobile app. Scott also wants to create funding to require access to dedicated mental health counselors to provide counseling services to students at every school. According to his plan, counselors cannot serve dual roles, such as teaching or academic advising. Every student must have the opportunity to meet one-onone with a mental health professional, and receive ongoing counseling as needed. Each school would be required to have a threat assessment team, including a teacher, a local law enforcement of cer, a human resource of cer, a DCF employee, a DJJ employee, and the principal. The team would meet monthly to review any potential threats to students and staff at the school. The last requirement in the school safety part of the plan is required crisis intervention training for all school personnel. This training must be completed before the start of the 2018 school year. The third part of the governor's action plan includes $50 million in additional funding for mental health initiatives. Scott wants to expand mental health service teams statewide to serve youth and young adults with early or serious mental illness by providing counseling, crisis management and other critical mental health services. The plan would require every sheriff's of ce to have a DCF case manager in their department to work as a crisis welfare worker for repeat cases in the community. This measure will require 67 additional employees be hired at DCF by July 15. Lastly, the plan would provide law enforcement and mental health coordination matching grants to allow sheriffs to establish special law enforcement teams to coordinate with DCF case managers. NotebookPinellas County Schools offers new ESE Parent GroupParents of students receiving special education services from Pinellas County Schools are invited to a new ESE Parent Group meeting on March 5, 6-8 p.m., at the PCS Administration Building, 301 Fourth St. SW, Largo. At the group, Advocacy: A Personal Journey, a parent and a representative from the Family Network on Disabilities will share about advocating for students with disabilities. Hear a personal story of advocating for a child from age 3 to independent living. Space is limited. Preregistration is required. To preregister, contact Tracy McMannus at 727-5886062 or mcmannust@pcsb.org. C I T Y W I D E G A R A G E S A L E CITYWIDE GARAGE SALESaturday, March 10 8am-2pm All fees are waived. GOODWILL truck in the parking lot. 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Business 11A Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Kona Ice now serving Southwest PinellasSEMINOLE Bringing tropical tunes and cups of shaved ice everywhere it stops, Kona Ice is introducing southwestern Pinellas to its distinctive blend of entertainment and gourmet frozen treats. "The communities' rst taste of our cool treats and colorful truck will keep them coming back for more," said Charles Parker, the Seminole resident and entrepreneur who has teamed up with his wife, Stacey Parker, to shift good times into overdrive in southwestern Pinellas with the launch of their new food truck franchise. "It will only be a matter of time before our Kona truck captures the hearts, minds and taste buds of the communities we serve," he said. "It's an opportunity to enjoy a unique, tropical treat," said Stacey. "For a few dollars you can experience the excitement of the truck, avor your own Kona Ice, donate to an organization you care about and kick back for a few minutes enjoying the sounds of the tropics. It's an escape that everyone can enjoy." Equally as appealing as the launch of Kona Ice of Southwest Pinellas is its philanthropic commitment to the communities it serves. The couple is continuing the mobile franchise's tradition of donating thousands of dollars each year to local school groups, teams and community organizations. As they book events with these groups, they pledge to give back a percentage of the proceeds from each stop. Nationwide, Kona Ice has donated $50 million to community-based organizations since the launch in June 2007. "Charles and Stacey share our commitment to giving back," said Tony Lamb, founder and president of Florence, Kentucky-based Kona Ice. "From being foster parents in the area for more than a decade and serving on state and local boards for foster/adoptive parent associations, it is clear that they want to have a positive in uence on the people in their community, whether it's new text books, sports uniforms or, simply, a smile. We are proud to have them on board. Together, we are excited to make a difference in the lives of those around us."Patchington hosts Awareness through Fashion Trade-in Event CLEARWATER The Awareness through Fashion Trade-in Event will run through Monday, March 5, at Patchington boutiques. Patchington partners with domestic violence centers across the state of Florida year-round. Domestic violence is a persistent problem in our society. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, nearly 20 people per minute are victims of physical violence at the hands of an intimate partner in the United States. That equates to approximately 10 million men, women and children that will suffer from domestic violence each year. Patchington has a long history of partnering with local charities to rally awareness for the cause. Each year, Patchington engages in a number of efforts to support domestic violence victims. The most popular is the Trade-in Event. Patchington customers participate by bringing gently-used clothing or personal care items or a $10 donation to any Patchington boutique. In return, customers receive up 20 percent off their purchase. Patchington is a collection of women's resort-wear boutiques with 12 locations across Florida.Oak & Stone partners with Tampa Bay RowdiesST. PETERSBURG Oak & Stone, a new American tavern featuring craft beer, artisanal pizza and gourmet fare, recently announced its of cial partnership with the Tampa Bay Rowdies for the 2018 season. This marks Oak & Stone's rst major announcement in conjunction with a professional sports franchise. 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All ages and 2 large pets allowed. Walking distance to 3 schools and many churches and a short drive to the Bardmoor medical and shopping areas. Villa has vaulted ceilings, Florida room, an all season porch with view of lovely large green space and a carport. This is quiet green space living right in Seminole. MLS#U7843842. Sundell. $109,500. Breathtaking sunsets from your wrap around balcony in this 3/2, 5th oor condo located in highly sought after Feather Sound. Split bedroom plan, eat in kitchen, Tile in common areas and newer laminate ooring in 2nd and 3rd bedrooms. Under building parking spot and whole building water softener. Separate Rec Bldg. with heated pool and spa, workout rooms, billiards, ping pong, lounge and full kitchen for entertaining. All Ages and 1 pet up to 25 lbs. Ideal mid county location just minutes from Tampa. MLS#U7846227. Aguilar. $227,500. Enjoy views of Boca Ciega Bay, the Don CeSar, St. Pete Beach sunsets and the beautiful lights at night from the expanse of the living room and family room windows in this spacious, open 2 or 3 bedroom/2.5 bath, 2,210 sq. ft. condo. Washer & dryer, large pantry, and lots & lots of closet space. Laminate ooring throughout most of the living space. Windows replaced. 55+ Waterfront community with 4 pools, tennis, pickleball and shuf eboard courts, clubhouse with many clubs and activities and much more. Walking distance to Gulfport's beach, shopping, and restaurants. Minutes to I-275. MLS#U7848139. Ritz. $310,000. ESQUIRE MANOR This home has a living room, family room and a bonus room. The interior is freshly painted with beautiful refurbished terrazzo floors and new carpet in the bonus room. Kitchen remodel features stainless steel appliances and solid surface countertops. A real plus for this property is a metered sprinkler system with a well. Just minutes away is shopping, restaurants and a theater at Largo Mall. MLS#U7848717. Fesperman. $197,500. WATER’S EDGE Bright, top oor, updated condo with screened lanai that overlooks the community lake. Freshly painted inside with crown molding throughout. Newer kitchen cabinet, counter tops as well as the windows. Great community with low fees, heated pool and spa, shuf eboard and lots of activities. Elevator. Deeded carport. No rentals or pets allowed. Boat slip available with special pricing for resident. Steps to the stores and minutes to Indian Rocks Beach. MLS#U7848848. Jarnberg. $89,500. SUNSET PALMS Must see this 2 bed, 2 bath home, with a large open oor plan (just under 1,200 Sq. Ft.). Lots of patio area on a large corner lot. Home has a large carport, shed, and plenty of patio area and sits on a corner lot. Home also features a Florida room, fully furnished, move in ready. Only $137 per month HOA/maintenance fee, NO more fees. MLS#U7848902. Osborne. $74,900. EASTWOOD PINES Welcome to the lovely community of Eastwood Pines. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 1,408 Sq. Ft. Townhome has newer hurricane windows throughout and a delightful screened lanai. A nice powder room on rst oor is perfect for guests. Master bedroom has French doors lead to a balcony. 2 Car Carport and outdoor storage. No age restrictions and 2 small pets welcome. Centrally located with easy commute to downtown St. Pete, Clearwater and our beautiful Beaches. MLS#U7848960. Gaskin. $120,000. Beautiful 3/3/2 on a Very Private Point Lot on cul-desac on Intracoastal Waterway with direct Gulf access. Amazing expansive water views. Open floor plan with updated kitchen, custom ceramic tile and terrazzo oors and updated bathrooms. Composite dock with 13K LB. Boat lift. 105 Ft. seawall. Below surface is a deep 9 ft. wide open water oasis. MLS#U7837183. Erbeck. $849,000. TURN-KEY 100% CUSTOM REMODEL TREASURE ISLAND WATERFRONT HOME BELLEAIR BEACH TOWN SHORES OF GULFPORT FEATHER POINTE Real estate newsmakers What's Selling in Pinellas County 2 Bedroom / 2.5 Bath Clearwater $225,000 2 Bedroom / 2 Bath Pinellas Park $192,700 Stunning 1,600 sq. ft. townhome with bonus office/den is an example of contemporary indoor/outdoor living. Rich RippetoeColdwell Banker /Sunvista Realty Exceptional opportunity in well-loved Del Prado neighborhood where coastal elegance and high community standards create an ideal location. 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath Largo $225,000 SOLD SOLD Loacted in desirable Pine Haven subdivision. Centrally located in a high and dry area. No ood insurance is required. SOLD First oor nicely furnished with antiques throughout. Updated bathroom with walk-in shower. Newer hurricane windows in the Florida room plus much more. 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath / 1 CP St. Petersburg $82,000 SOLDMaureen CitarellaRealty Executives/Adamo & AssociatesMartha ThornColdwell Banker/The Thorn CollectionCaroleanne VoracFuture Home Realty/The Vorac Group Smith joins Engel & Vlkers Madeira BeachMADEIRA BEACH Engel & Všlkers Madeira Beach recently welcomed Marie Smith to its shop as a real estate advisor, dedicated to serving the specialized, residential property needs within the area. "Ms. Smith brings years of experience in real estate and a deep love for Madeira Beach to our team," said Cherie Pattishall in a press release. Pattishall is license partner of Engel & Všlkers Madeira Beach. "Our real estate advisors are very highly trained, dedicated to their professions and truly understand our clients' special needs in the high-end real estate market. I am sure that Ms. Smith will feel perfectly at home in our shop and will push us to even greater success."Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices exceeds $1 billion in 2017 home salesBerkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group achieved more than $1 billion in closed home sales in 2017, an increase of 7.5 percent over the previous year. The company reported $1,034,046,712 in total closed residential sales and 5,050 total closed residential transaction sides in 2017. "The Tampa Bay region is one of the hottest markets for real estate in the country and our sales numbers re ect this," said Allen Crumbley in a press release. Crumbley is broker/ owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group. "We have nearly 600 agents throughout the region who provide our buyers and sellers with exceptional customer service." Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group has been locally owned and operated in the Tampa Bay area for more than 50 years. It consistently ranks among the top three companies in Florida and the top 25 companies in the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network. RE/MAX All Star recognizes All Star AgentsMADEIRA BEACH RE/MAX All Star recently announced its All Star Agents for January 2018. The recipients of the All-Star Agent Awards are Sheri Allen, Heidi Pecora and the Ratwani Group. All Star Agents must display expertise and success in listing and selling real estate along with professionalism and achievement throughout the calendar month.Klein & Heuchan sells Pinellas residential investment propertyKlein & Heuchan Inc. recently represented the sellers in a pair of transactions. Klein & Heuchan Inc. represented Lawrence and Edna McCall Family Revocable Trust in the sale of 2164 Coral Way in Largo; as well as William and Robert Crown in the sale of 1224 Santa Rosa Street and 314 South Lincoln Avenue in Clearwater. These residential investment properties represent very good opportunities for the purchasers to take advantage of the strong real estate investment market. The aggregate sale price was $313,650. Joe Santolucito of Klein & Heuchan Inc. represented the sellers in these transactions. Marie Smith Allen Crumbley Sheri Allen Jay Ratwani Heidi Pecora

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Viewpoints 13A Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018LETTERSStop the madnessI, like many other Americans, are sick and tired of our politicians, including the president, telling us after mass shootings, including the latest at Parkland in south Florida, that now is too soon to talk about solutions to gun problems in our country. How many times have we heard it in the last few years? We need help, immediately. There were plenty of disturbing signs about the recent shooter in Parkland that were either ignored or not followed through. If we had a National Gun Register, on the Internet, naming everyone who possesses or has purchased a gun, for all the public to see, it would call attention to your neighbors, no different than the public information about pedophiles who live near you. That law, Sex Offender Registration and Noti cation, after challenges, has twice been upheld by SCOTUS. We need a complete revision or overturn of the The Firearm Owners' Protection Act of 1986 that many states ignore anyway. Along with more stringent background checks, and a much longer waiting period, purchasing weapons should be limited to anyone 21 years or older. Additionally, we need a ban on all contributions to our elected of cials from the National Ri e Association that has a stronghold on them. They are being bought and it is disgusting. John Tischner DunedinThe greatest good for the wholeEditor: The harm we face today in terms of a nation and society with guns is not how or who they are sold to, but more importantly, how they are used. The gun assailant wants to maximize carnage and impact in a non-hostile, centralized or con ned environment, with little or no apparent resistance, almost parallel in nature to the hijacked jet airliners used on 9/11. While there is no "one-size- ts-all" solution to the dilemma we currently face, a consideration that warrants further investigation is the use of a "sleeping gas" or immobilization effort that could be released via new/ existing ventilation systems, and, could be installed or retro tted cost effectively. While this approach will not address all applications or use needs, it will offer a more controlled response, fewer total fatalities, higher levels of safety, quicker response to the immediate need, and, a safer means for law enforcement efforts on all fronts to "move-in" to make the necessary arrests. Will there be individuals who will die or perish because of their own health conditions, age, etc., most assuredly. Will there be some deaths because of system mis res or delay in the release of the gases, of course there will be. Can the perpetrator acquire a gas mask? Yes, but this will give us yet another level of advance warning of who a likely candidate for committing a crime of this nature might be and lead to better advance planning and control. What about stadiums for professional and college events. If they are outside, aeriated facilities, no it won't, but it will assist and control in a facility of a domed nature. "The Greatest Good for The Greatest Number" quote in its shortest form, is an approach best de ned by Jeremy Bentham as "A goal put forth for governments, that they should be judged by the results of their policies, and speci cally, whether those policies bene t the majority." Lorian J. Tripp LargoVote carefullyEditor: In today's Beach Beacon, I read the letters to the editor as I always do. I found it interesting. A candidate for election as a commissioner was commenting on a letter published the previous week from a citizen. Now I do not know either of these people up close and personal, but I have seen them express their views and feelings at meetings. The contrast is revealing. In 1939, I was 7 years old and I heard neighbors speaking a word I didn't know. The word was (purge). So, I asked what it meant and they explained it to me that it basically meant to get rid of. And the context in which it was being used had something to do with a man in a faraway country who felt it was his mission in life to purge the world of all Jewish people. It had to be further explained to me that this meant killing them all. I was incredulous. I simply could not understand. Now I am not Jewish, but one of my close little friends was, his name was George Lewinger. I was unable to comprehend why anyone would want to kill George and his family. Well, that was a long time ago but I still can't understand hate, prejudice, intolerance and all the masquerading terms that are used to hide them. Such words as clean house, opposing views, too permissive, when they are intended to sti e anyone who is different. To me the most heinous crime is committed when one person forces his or her will upon another. In this country, all people are entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We are blessed; vote carefully! Rees E. Noren Madeira Beach Belleair candidate discusses issuesEditor: My name is Spencer Connerat, and I'm running to be mayor of Belleair. The reason that I write to you today is to introduce myself, as a political candidate, and as a leader. In a 2018 interview, Heisman Trophy winner and, now, professional baseball player Tim Tebow stated, "A leader is someone people will follow." During the qualifying period, in December, I met with many residents to hear their concerns and to propose a new kind of leadership for our town. Many were frustrated with the failure of the town to keep its promises regarding road improvements. The worst part of this predicament is that we are now about $9 million in debt, with very little to show for it. With a degree in economics from the University of Virginia plus over 20 years of experience in nancial services, I bring a unique set of skills to address these issues. An example of how I would lead comes from my public statement, in 2016, that the town should refrain from selling the Belleview Biltmore Golf Club. We owned a public golf course, had a great staff, and made about $250,000 per year in cash. Now, we have no ownership. We already have a private club which needs no further competition, especially from within the town limits. Although the current owner may be benevolent, let's see what happens with a few ownership changes down the road. My leadership would have fought to preserve the status quo, where we made money and kept control of the property. Here are some of my current ideas for leadership: We must address our water issues immediately. We are losing control of our water supply; good water is one of the reasons why the town was founded. This is likely the most critical issue we face. It has been ignored since I spoke about it, in 2016. We must oppose any increase in the millage rate for property tax. Belleair residents are taxed enough already. We must endorse the creation of written goals for our town. A business (or town) cannot reach its destination if it doesn't know where it is going. We must correspond with any constituent who takes the time to write a letter. Some of our elected leaders forget who put them in of ce. A mayor reports to the people; they don't report to him. In sum, Belleair is at a pivotal point in history, after years of dealing with millions of dollars of debt, poor water pressure and quality, promises of road repairs which are routinely postponed, and "demolition by neglect" of the historic Belleview Biltmore Resort and Spa. During a visit to the governor's conference room in Madison, Wisconsin, I noticed a quote on the ceiling, which read, "the will of the people is the law of the land." I heartily encourage all Belleair electors to exercise their will on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, by voting for a new kind of leader, one with a bright, creative, energetic, positive, and results-driven vision of our town's future.Spencer ConneratBelleair The meanest man I've ever known (I'll call him Savage) was the master-at-arms of my ship many years ago. One of his duties at 6 a.m. each day was to wake up the crew. He did this by sounding a bosun's pipe over the ship's loudspeakers, and then shouting it was time to get up. Savage could have quit at that point. Instead, he went from one compartment to the other, cursing and shouting insults at us. His favorite trick was to physically shake any bunk in which a retread was sleeping. This was during the Korean War, when many World War II sailors had been called back to duty. We called these men retreads. We never knew why Savage especially hated them. He hated almost everyone. And we returned the favor. He is rotting in hell now. I sometimes think of him when I peacefully roll out of bed at 10 or 11 in the morning, of my own volition. I think "Savage, go kiss a dead ape!" That is my lifelong revengeful attitude to Savage or anyone who takes pleasure in waking up a sleeper. Songwriter Irving Berlin captured the feelings of countless service men and women in his 1942 Broadway musical, "This Is the Army." He wrote "Someday I'm going to murder the bugler. Someday they're going to find him dead. I'll amputate his reveille and stamp upon it heavily, and spend the rest of my life in bed!" I hear a lot about the agony of sleeplessness, which can be a major problem. But where are the suggestions for the pain of getting up each day? The answers are on Google. Almost everything is on Google. My cat Ellie is one of my solutions. After I've snored half my day away she silently sidles up to my cheek or ear and sniffs. Then she climbs all over my carcass, as if to make sure I haven't died during the night. I've trained her not to stand on my chest and its quintuple-bypass history, or on my bladder zone, which by that time of the morning is screaming "CONDITION RED! PREPARE TO FIRE!" During our November-to-May New England winters my second morning stop (after the loo) is my condo unit's thermostat. I goose it up to the "Icicle-melting-zone area" and then dive back into bed to await a civilized temperature. While there I often read a page or two of my "Daily Stoic" book. Lately I've also been performing sets of leg exercises dictated by local rehab therapists who are helping me remain mobile. Coffee and music taken separately or together can be wonderful ways to shake off slumber. I know people who are uncertain of their own names, or anything else, until they have ingested a cup of coffee each morning. Automatic coffee-makers start the day for thousands of heavy sleepers around the globe. Same way with iPod devices and other pre-set music sources that can ease us into reality.If you had to make a choice, what would your favorite wakeup music be? Classical? Rock? Rap? Hymns? Golden oldies? Sousa marches? I think I'd choose college fight songs, full of sure-to-win energy and optimism. If I woke up each day to the football-music of Ohio State, Columbia and Notre Dame plus the University of Maine's stein song, I might be transformed into a dynamo, rather than the snoozer I often am.As some of you may already know, one of the worst ways to wake up each day is with a hangover. I'm an expert on that. I spent my earlier years as a practicing, dues-paying drunk. But 52 years ago this week I turned in my membership card. Waking up sober every day since then has been as close to heaven as I'm going to get. Many Hollywood screenwriters would be lost without wakeup calls not for themselves but as a solution to "How in God's name will I start my next movie script?" A simple and overused answer: a 6 a.m. phone call to the main character. If you're a movie buff, you may agree with me. Or not. Final word, from French poet-philosopher Paul Valery: "The best way to make your dreams come true is to wake up." Bob Driver’s email address is tralee71@ comcast.net.Conservatives’ feelings on TrumpOXON HILL, Md. One year ago, when the Conservative Political Action Conference convened for its annual gathering, participants were positive about Donald Trump's 2016 election victory, gleeful that Hillary Clinton did not win, but unsure about what the future would bring. So, they danced around their new leader's ascent gingerly. (There was also the issue of CPAC's failure to endorse Trump as wholeheartedly as his base. In 2016, Trump ended up cancelling his planned speech at CPAC under threat of a walkout, and he came in third in CPAC's presidential straw poll.) Matt Schlapp, whose American Conservative Union puts on the event, noticed the change this year from 2017. "Last year I think people were a little bit still little in a state of shock. You know, did this really happen?" Schlapp told the Review Journal. "This year I think there's more of a feeling of, it's working. For conservatives, the agenda that the president put out there is just working so well." Trump was aware of the group's misgivings. At the start of his 75-minute address Friday, he said, "Remember when I rst started running? Because I wasn't a politician, fortunately. But do you remember I started running and people would say, Are you sure he's a conservative?' I think now we've proved that I'm a conservative, right?" A year ago, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus sat with Chief Strategist Steve Bannon at a session designed to defuse stories about a feud between the two. Bannon famously announced that the Trump administration was committed to "the deconstruction of the administrative state." Trump later red both aides. The important thing is "the president is still deconstructing the administrative state," David Bossie, longtime Trump adviser and head of the conservative group Citizens United, asserted after Trump's CPAC address. John Cox, a businessman who is running for California governor as a Republican, said he didn't think that Trump, a former Democrat whose positions often varied from GOP doctrine, was truly conservative. "I didn't vote for him," said Cox, who has attended CPAC conferences for years. Would he vote for Trump in 2020? "Absolutely, with bells on," Cox answered, who is thrilled with Trump's judicial picks and the effective U.S. assault on ISIS. Trump still grates on Cox, who acknowledged that for all the policy pluses, "the trouble is the personality." Cox described Trump as the opposite of President Barack Obama, who is highly likable as a human being, but whose policies offended Cox. As a candidate in a very blue state (with no Republicans in statewide of ce), Cox is aware of the dif culties Trump could present for his campaign. And it's not just because of Trump. Cox also blames the media for "unrelentingly negative" coverage. Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson thinks Trump's tenure in the White House will make it impossible for a Republican to win statewide in another blue state, New Mexico. "If you're running," he explained, "you'd be expected to defend him." As for Nevada's governor's race, Johnson predicted a Democratic win then posited that his 2016 election loss suggests he is no expert. It says something about CPAC that Johnson met well-wishers and sel e-seekers wherever he walked at the conference even though he ran against Trump as a Libertarian candidate for president in 2016. While most attendees seemed happy to embrace Trump as a fellow conservative, Johnson was not so sure. Yes, he said, Trump is conservative "in some ways. He reduced taxes but he didn't reduce spending and I think that's part of the conservative equation." Johnson presented a view on Trump that runs contrary to what others say. He thinks Trump doesn't rate as a conservative because he does not communicate well. "I don't know his thought process," said Johnson. "Part of the art of governing is to communicate why you do things. I think he's done a really poor job of that." As an example, Johnson said, he doesn't understand Trump on Afghanistan. "What's your information on Afghanistan that you're doubling down on Afghanistan, instead of getting out, which is what you said during the campaign?" (Presidents can change their mind, Johnson stressed, he just wants to know what factors led to the change.) Other CPAC attendees con ded their misgivings on an off-the-record basis, but they wanted to stay on the Trump train. Schlapp, whose wife, Mercedes, a high-pro le defender of conservative causes in her own right, joined the White House communications team in September, said, "The room itself with the president, we've never had that many people in that room. And he had a lot of fun in the speech. He connects with these people." Contact Debra J. Saunders at dsaunders@ reviewjournal.com or 202-662-7391. Follow @ DebraJSaunders on Twitter. Here are some more guidelines for letters: Letters are printed on a rst-come, rst-served basis. They may be edited to correct grammar, spelling and factual errors. They also may be edited for clarity. Please keep letters to editor to 700 words. Longer letters may be cut due to space limitations. Letters should address issues or current events. Please refrain from making unsubstantiated allegations. The newspaper will not print letters that contain slanderous or racial statements. We can't return letters to the editor.  The deadline for letters to the editor pertaining to the municipal elections in Pinellas County has passed.What do you think? Driver’s SeatBob Driver Thoughts on the agony of reveille 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 727-397-5563  Fax: 727-397-5900  www.TBNweekly.comPublisher/President: Dan Autrey dautrey@TBNweekly.com Accounting Manager: Andrea Marcarelli accounting@TBNweekly.com Advertising Director: Jay Rey jrey@TBNweekly.com Classi ed Advertising Manager: Wendy Edwards wedwards@TBNweekly.com Executive Editor: Tom Germond tgermond@TBNweekly.comProduction Manager: David Brown production@TBNweekly.com Online editor: Suzette Porter webmaster@TBNweekly.com Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@TBNweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@TBNweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Logan Mosby lmosby@TBNweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@TBNweekly.com Largo Leader: Chris George cgeorge@TBNweekly.com Palm Harbor Beacon: Kathryn Williams kwilliams@TBNweekly.com Seminole Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@TBNweekly.com Entertainment Editor: Lee Zumpe lzumpe@TBNweekly.com General Editorial editorial@TBNweekly.comCirculation: L. 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14A Faith & Family Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018 Worship calendarRodland Duo to perform at Peace MemorialCLEARWATER The Rodland Duo will perform Sunday, March 11, 3 p.m., at Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, 110 S. Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater. The program will feature viola and pipe organ. Peace Memorial's fine Cassavant pipe organ will be on full display, combining with the soaring strings of the viola. The duo's diverse selections will include classics as well as lovely hymn and pop arrangements by composers such as Bach, Brahms, Bruch and Cole Porter. The rich acoustics of the Peace sanctuary are perfectly suited to enhance the sound of interesting Pairing of instruments. Daughters of professional musicians, Catherine and Carol Rodland started making music together as children. Carol is professor of viola and chamber music at the Juilliard School in New York City. Catherine is artist in residence in organ and theory at Saint Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. The duo is actively engaged in commissioning new works for their unusual combination of instruments as well as creating their own arrangements of existing compositions and their repertoire ranges from the Baroque to the contemporary. No tickets are needed and seating is rst come, rst served. An offering will be taken with a $5 to $10 minimum suggested. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m. After the concert, there will be a light reception in the fellowship hall so attendees can meet the musicians. For more information, visit www.peacememorial.org or call 727-446 3001.Church to host sh fry CLEARWATER A sh fry will take place Saturday, March 17, 4 to 7 p.m., at Sylvan Abbey United Methodist Church, 2817 Sunset Point Road, Clearwater. The meal consists of 8-ounce cod, slaw, fries, dessert and drink. Cost is $10 per person. The public is welcome. For information, call 727-796-3057. Visit SylvanAbbeyUMC.org.FUMC volunteers take part in Little Dress MinistryCLEARWATER First United Methodist Clearwater volunteers and other women in the community have recently sewn and will send to Haiti 175 dresses for little girls, 27 skirts and tops for older girls, 29 pairs of shorts for boys, and over 100 matching hair barrettes. Alana Holloway is a member of FUMC who heard about Cross Stitch for God's Children, founded in February 2015 by Cathie McCarthy and Chris Buehler of the Treasure Coast Community Church in Stuart. Holloway quickly formed a Little Dress Ministry at FUMC which has made and sent to either Haiti or Honduras a three-year total of 890 dresses, 67 shorts, 38 skirts and tops, and hundreds of barrettes. Cross Stitch's women volunteers hail from nine states and range in age from 8 to 92. Their combined total of 1,500 dresses has been donated to Honduras, Haiti, Brazil, and the Dominican Republic. "Everyone is invited to help with this children's ministry," said the Rev. Daphne Johnson, FUMC pastor. "We already have non-church members who either join in at FUMC or who sew at their own home." Those interested in helping with this ministry may contact the church by via email at Vivian@ rstmethodistclearwater.org or call 727-446-5955.Clearwater Christian Women’s Club to meetCLEARWATER The Clearwater Christian Women's Club will host its monthly luncheon event on Wednesday, March 14, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Banquet Masters, 13355 49th St. N., Clearwater. The luncheon will feature music followed by a "Second Hand Rose" style show. Inspirational speaker Nancy Self will share her message "Choosing to Hang on to Peace." All women are welcome. The club is not af liated with any church or denomination. There are no dues or membership. The cost is $18 inclusive. To make reservations, call Mary at 727-461-4521 or Ruth at 727-797-5922. Reservations are required by March 12. Please RSVP by calling 727-393-7711. 4th Annual Caregivers Conference FINDING MEANING IN CAREGIVINGFriday, March 23, 20188:30am 4:00pm SPC Seminole Campus Digitorium 9200 113th Street N., Seminole, FL 337722018 Annual Caregivers Conference, "Finding Meaning In Caregiving," explores the many dimensions of caregiving. This conference will provide valuable information on ways to help caregivers balance health and stress along their journey.We will provide a free continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks, but you must register to attend by calling 727-393-7711. Speaker Presentations Include: Eileen Poiley, M.S. USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute "Coping With The Stress of Caregiving" Christine Sherrill, M.S.W. Florida Department of Elder Affairs "Local Resources Available to Assist Those with Dementia, Their Families, and Caregivers" Monica Stynchula, AARP Executive Council Member and Chair, AARP Caregiver Accelerator "Building a Local Family Caregiving Ecosystem" Becky Herring, Caregiver Testimonial "Dementia Gave Me The Husband I Always Wanted" Jeffrey Leimbacher, M.D. "What You Need to Know About Medical Marijuana and Florida Laws Can you Medically Qualify? D. Rep DeLoach III, Attorney "Navigating The Caregiver's Legal Nightmare" Linda Burhans, Author "Connecting Caregivers with Reality" Rev. Richard I. Deibert, M.D., Ph.D., M.Div. "The Physical and Spiritual Needs of Caregivers"Do you need someone to care for a loved one so you can attend the conference? Adult day care will be provided free of charge you just need to call Maria's Adult Day Care Center, Maria Winer, at 727-393-7711 for reservations by 3-20-18. 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Outdoors 15A Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Recent warm spell brings variety to local shing sceneSummer like temperatures have encouraged snook to leave the safe haven of their wintering haunts for surrounding grass ats and their mangrove shorelines. The snook are looking to bulk up after an extremely cold January and at the right time and tide have fed with recklessness. Target shorelines close to the many small creek mouths that can found from Pinellas Point all the way north past the Courtney Campbell Causeway. Fish the mouth of the creeks during the higher tides. Trout are still holding strong around spoil islands in northern part of the country as well as rock jetties. This week's stronger tides should have the trout feeding. Target the incoming tide with free-lined live baits including shrimp, whitebait and /or small pin sh. Tripletail are showing up in our area. Scan crab trap oats both inshore and along the beach to nd them. Live shrimp or a small whitebait under a oat usually will draw a strike. Sheepshead shing is improving as schools of larger sized sh group up for their spawn. Fish pass bridges and jetties when targeting the bigger sh. Use fresh pieces of shrimp shed on either a jig head or a small hook with a split shot for weight. Also, now is a good time to have a few pompano jigs on hand, especially when shing in or near the passes. Look for the pompano to stage up and feed on the strong part of the tide. First thing in the morning or early evening is the best time to trick these tasty speedsters. Keep your eyes open for a chance at spotting a school of breeder sized black drum. These giants will often hang out over deep grass ats and can sometimes be seen tailing in the shallows usually early in the morning. Pinellas point is a good area look as well as the ats around the Dunedin causeway. Cast gulp shrimp on a stout jig head into the school and hang on. Tyson Wallerstein can be reached at capt.tyson@hotmail.com. To get a sh photo in the paper, send the photo along with your name, when and where it was caught to editorial@TBNweekly.com or mail it to Tampa Bay Newspapers, 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772. Fish TalesCapt. Tyson Wallerstein Florida West Coast Orchid Society to meetLARGO The Florida West Coast Orchid Society will meet Thursday, March 8, 7 p.m., at the Pinellas County Extension Service, 12520 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Following a short business meeting, attendees will learn how to repot the ve most common types of orchids. The public is welcome to attend. For information, call 727-239-2700 or 727-475-0750.Florida West Coast Orchid Society will host a repotting eventLARGO The Florida West Coast Orchid Society will host a repotting event on Saturday, March 31, 9 a.m. to noon, in the tropical pavilion in the East Gardens of the Florida Botanical Gardens, 12211 Walsingham Road, Largo. FWCOS members will repot orchids and provide visitors with information on orchid culture. A reasonable fee is charged to cover the cost of the supplies for repotting the orchids. All proceeds bene t FWCOS to offse the cost of the materials. For information, call 727-475-0750.Belleair Garden Club to present program featuring Audubon regional coordinatorBELLAIR The Belleair Garden Club will host an ornithological program on Wednesday, March 7, 1 p.m., at the club, 903 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Belleair. The speaker will be Ann Paul, Tampa Bay regional coordinator of Audubon's Florida Coastal Bird Sanctuaries. A traditional tea will be served after the meeting. Visitors and guests are welcome. For information, call 727-585-0452.Florida Herb Society announces upcoming programsCLEARWATER The Florida Herb Society recently announced a number of upcoming programs to be presented at Moccasin Lake Nature Park, 2750 Park Trail Lane, Clearwater. Programs include herbal tea. Attendees are encouraged to bring seeds, cuttings or a plant to share. For information, call 727-5426401. Following is a list of upcoming programs: Spring Cleaning Herbs through the Ages Tuesday, March 20, 6:30 p.m. The club's herbal historian will share her knowledge of the ritual of spring cleaning through the ages and suggest herbal alternatives that eliminate toxins. The herb of the month will be anise hyssop. Growing Herbs in Florida Tuesday, April 17, 6:30 p.m. Dennis of D&D Growers will share his knowledge of herbs and how to grow them in Florida. He will bring a wide array of healthy plants for purchase. The herb of the month will be catnip. Native American Plant Foods & Medicine of Florida Tuesday, May 15, 6:30 p.m. Andy Firk of Bamboo Gardens will share his knowledge of Native American plants for medicine. He will have many interesting and different plants for purchase. The herb of the month will be slippery elm bark.Master Gardener Plant Clinic available at libraryPALM HARBOR The UF/IFAS Master Gardener Plant Clinic is staffed by volunteer Master Gardeners trained by the University of Florida to support Pinellas County residents with university approved, Floridaspeci c gardening solutions. The clinic is open Wednesdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., January through midNovember, at the Palm Harbor Library, 2330 Nebraska Ave., Palm Harbor. The Master Gardeners can help identify plants as well as plant problems and can offer advice on starting a vegetable garden, caring for orchids, planting new trees and shrubs and landscaping. Garden sprouts Edward A. LAZZERIEdward A. Lazzeri, 89, of Largo, Florida, passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2018. He served in the Korean War from 1950-1952 as a Staff Sergeant in the 8th Army – 10th Corps and received a Bronze Star for acts of valor. Edward and his wife Emiline moved to Largo, Florida in 1990. She predeceased him in 2012. Edward is survived by his three children, Glen (Ranell) Lazzeri, Sandra (Craig) Barkley and Mark (Kathy) Lazzeri; seven grandchildren, Jessica (Patrick) Canarecci, Erika (Carl) Gutierrez, Brandon and Alexandra Barkley, Blake Lazzeri (predeceased him in 2015), Anthony and Emiline J. Lazzeri and three great-grandchildren, Josie Whitcomb, Lillian and Maggie Gutierrez. In lieu of owers, memorial contributions may be made to: www. operationhealingforces.org (813)480-6078.Summer PEAVYIt is with great sadness that the family of Summer Peavy, 34, announces her passing at her home in Seminole, Florida on Monday, February 12, 2018, after a long battle with pulmonary hypertension. She was surrounded by her Dad, Mom and Hospice Purple team family. Summer is survived by her parents, Randy and Jean; brothers, Allen (Cindy) Sharpe of Whitwell, TN, Louie (Michele) Sharpe of New York, NY; nieces and nephew, Katlyn, Ashlyn, Peyton and Colby as well as many uncles, aunts and cousins. A 2002 graduate of Largo High School, Summer received an Associates of Science degree in Health Management at St. Petersburg College. Her disability caused many challenges but she found great joy and happiness in living her life to the fullest. Summer loved attending concerts and Tampa Bay Lightning games. Our lives will never be the same without her. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at Bardmoor Golf and Tennis Club, 8001 Cumberland Rd., Largo, FL 33777, from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Visit the online guestbook at www. andersonmcqueen.com. Obituaries Getting Married? Already Hitched? Submit Your 2016 and 2017 Wedding Photos to be Published Free in TBN's monthly Bridal Guide. For information, email lmosby@TBNweekly.com. 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Events  Movies  Classi eds Diversions Seminole Beacon, Section B, March 1, 2018  Visit www.TBNweekly.com Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Friday and Saturday, March 2-3, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $63.25. Call 727-791-7400 or visit www. rutheckerdhall.com. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons return to commemorate his record breaking 30th appearance at Ruth Eckerd Hall. To celebrate this unprecedented occasion, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons will be joined by a 32-piece symphony orchestra for the rst time as they perform such classic hits as “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Walk Like a Man,” “Rag Doll,” “Sherry,” “Grease,” “My Eyes Adored You” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.”  “Annie Get Your Gun,” March 2-18, presented by Eight O’Clock Theatre, at Central Park Performing Arts Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $28.50 for adults, $13.50 for students age 22 and younger. Call 727-587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. “Annie Get Your Gun” features music and lyrics by Irving Berlin and original book by Herbert Fields and Dorothy Fields. It has been revised by Peter Stone. Based on the true story of legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley, this classic western rags-to-riches musical shows the tenacity of the human spirit. When backwoods Annie is entered into a shooting match with the sharpshooting star of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, she falls head over heels in love. The womanizing Frank Butler can’t help but be charmed by the rough and nave Annie. Despite hard luck, pride, and sabotage, Annie triumphs and learns that, in fact, there’s no business like show business.  Celtic Woman: Homecoming Live; Friday, March 2, 8 p.m., at The Mahaffey, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $53.50. Call 727-893-7832 or visit themahaffey.com. Celtic Woman continues to transcend national and cultural boundaries to celebrate the timeless emotion of Ireland’s centuries-old heritage. A one-of-a-kind live act, Celtic Woman combines the country’s nest musical talents with epic stage production to present a uniquely inspiring live experience. Homecoming represents the next chapter of their extraordinary musical journey.  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro, Friday, March 2, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, March 4, 2 p.m.; in Ferguson Hall at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $118.75. Call 813-229-7827 or 800-955-1045. Visit www.strazcenter.org. No one can do barely controlled chaos better than Mozart, and this uproarious sequel to The Barber of Seville features Almaviva, Figaro, Bartolo, and Rosina in a new adventure – complete with a true love for Figaro, an unexpected visit from his long-lost parents and a dizzying spiral of plot twists thanks to Almaviva’s keen interest in extra-marital activities. From the first jaunty run of the famous overture to the emotional grandeur Mozart mastered in music, The Marriage of Figaro exhibits Mozart’s subversive comic genius at the height of its power. The production stars Gabriel Preisser as Figaro, Claire Coolen as Susanna, Cecilia Lopez as Countess Rosina and Seun-Hyeon Baek as Count Almaviva.  The second annual Palm Harbor Craft Festival, Saturday and Sunday, March 3-4, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Florida Avenue. Admission is free. For information, visit www.artfestival.com. The popular craft show welcomes fine crafters who will showcase their finest crafts. From original handmade jewelry, pottery, ceramics, pet and spa products, there is certainly something for all tastes and budgets at this show. The annual festival is a juried event. From quality of craft to booth display, applicants were carefully screened to ensure a high-quality event. Top ve diversions Photo by MURRAY CLOSE/TWENTIETH CENTURY FOXJennifer Lawrence stars in Twentieth Century Fox’s “Red Sparrow.” Opening this weekend Eli directs ‘Death Wish’ remake starring Willis; Lawrence stars in thriller ‘Red Sparrow’ Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPE Tampa Bay Newspapers A number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following lms opening in wide release:‘Death Wish’Genre: Thriller and action Cast: Bruce Willis, Vincent D’Onofrio, Elisabeth Shue, Camila Morrone, Dean Norris and Kimberly Elise Director: Eli Roth Rated: R Dr. Paul Kersey (Bruce Willis) is a surgeon who only sees the aftermath of his city’s violence as it’s rushed into his ER – until his wife (Elisabeth Shue) and college-age daughter (Camila Morrone) are viciously attacked in their suburban home. With the police overloaded with crimes, Paul, burning for revenge, hunts for his family’s assailants to deliver justice. As the anonymous slayings of criminals grabs the media’s attention, the city wonders if this deadly avenger is a guardian angel … or a grim reaper. Fury and fate collide in the intense action-thriller “Death Wish.”‘Red Sparrow’Genre: Drama, action and thriller Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling, Mary-Louise Parker and Jeremy Irons Director: Francis Lawrence Rated: R When she suffers a career-ending injury, Dominika and her mother are facing a bleak and uncertain future. That is why she nds herself manipulated into becoming the newest recruit for Sparrow School, a secret intelligence service that trains exceptional young people like her to use their bodies and minds as weapons. After enduring the perverse and sadistic training process, she emerges as the most dangerous Sparrow the program has ever produced. Dominika must now reconcile the person she was with the power she now commands, with her own life and everyone she cares about at risk, including an American CIA agent who tries to convince her he is the only person she can trust. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these lms appear in local movie theaters. Photo by TAKASHI SEIDA/METRO GOLDWYN MAYERBruce Willis stars as Paul Kersey in director Eli Roth’s “Death Wish,” a Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures lm.Photo courtesy of THE STRAZ CENTERCecelia Lopez sings the role Countess Rosina in the Opera Tampa production of The Marriage of Figaro. 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2B Just for Fun Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018Pinellas Park Civic Orchestra to performPINELLAS PARK – The Pinellas Park Civic Orchestra will perform Sunday, March. 4, 7:30 p.m., at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. N., Pinellas Park. During the performance, the orchestra will pay tribute to Caroline Morton-Hicks. The concert will feature light classics by Schubert and Mozart, as well as a violin solo by Mozart played by concert master Julie Paradies. Also on the program will be “West Side Story,” “Salute to Cinema” and “The Girl I left Behind” with soprano Donna DeLonay and baritone Jeff Clark. Art Hansuld will conduct. The Musical Chairs will provide pre-concert music. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Visit www.pinellaspark civicorchestra.org.St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival to present ‘Romeo and Juliet’ST. PETERSBURG – St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” will run March 15-25 in Williams Park, 350 Second Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Performances will be Thursday through Sunday, 8 p.m. Admission is “pay what you can” with a suggested donation of $10. Audience members are encouraged to bring a blanket and/or camping chairs. The production will be directed by Stephen Ray. The cast will feature McKenzie Pollock as Juliet, Greg Wiederecht as Romeo, Matthew Frankel as Friar Lawrence, Greg Thompson as Capulet, Julia Barton as Tybalt, and Chad Jacobs as Paris. Conceived by Veronica Matthews, a USF St. Petersburg alumna, the St. Petersburg Shakespeare Festival has made substantial changes this year. This production will be its second play in Williams Park. The festival will announce the 2018-19 season soon. For information, visit www.stpeteshakesfest.org.Wiley to be featured at DFAC Coffee and Conversation programDUNEDIN – The next Coffee and Conversation program, presented by the Sterling Society, will feature artist Susan Wiley and will take place Thursday, March 8, noon, at Dunedin Fine Art Center, 1143 Michigan Blvd., Dunedin. Admission to these relaxed talks is $5 for nonmembers and free for current DFAC members. For information, visit www.dfac.org or call 727298-3322. Wiley will discuss her works that re ect her view of Florida in watercolors and fun quirky views of semi abstract subjects with attitude, which she has dubbed “soft abs.” She will present a slide show of her works, and discuss the philosophy, approach and story behind her paintings. She will show and talk about some of the paintings she has in progress, including her Cigar Series and Our Natural Floridians. Wiley is a self-taught artist and has been teaching and developing art programs for over 20 years. Before then, she was a nurse then a nursing textbook editor. It was in nursing that she developed her philosophy toward life and has applied that to her art. Wiley presently teaches at the Dunedin Art Center, the Suntan Arts Center and online.LGBTQ Film Series continues at libraryGULFPORT – The LGBTQ Resource Center at Gulfport Public Library will continue its monthly LGBTQ Film Series on Thursday, March 1, 7 p.m., in the Friends Room at Gulfport Public Library, 5501 28th Ave. S., Gulfport. The series is a free gathering to watch a lm in the company of friends and neighbors on the second Thursday of each month. Popcorn, candy, bottled water and soda are available. Donations will be accepted to bene t the LGBTQ Resource Center. Attendees may bring their own “brown bag” supper and beverages. Seating is available on a rst-come, rst-served basis. For information, including lm titles, visit www.Facebook.com/GulfportLibraryFL.Florida Orchestra North Suncoast Associates to host Bravura BrunchPALM HARBOR – The Florida Orchestra North Suncoast Associates will host the 24th annual Bravura Brunch on Saturday, March 3, 11 a.m., in the Inverness Ballroom at Innisbrook Golf and Spa, 36750 U.S. 19 N., Palm Harbor. Tickets are $65 per person. For reservations, call 727-584-4542. Attendees will celebrate The Florida Orchestra’s 50th birthday with Jeff Tyzik, Grammy Award winner and principal pops conductor. The event will feature a musical performance by The Mambo Kings as well as silent and live auctions and a gourmet lunch. Proceeds will bene t education and community programs of The Florida Orchestra. Najar, Lamb to launch music seriesST. PETERSBURG – Sounds@620 Music Series will kick off with a debut performance on Thursday, March 1, 7 p.m., at The Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg. Nate Najar and John Lamb will perform. Admission is $30 a person. Admission is $25 for Studio@620 members. For information, visit www. studio620.org or call 727-895-6620. The Sounds@620 is a new music series exploring the depth and breadth of all things tonal. The audience will experience a range of styles and techniques, from familiar favorite performers to avant-garde newcomers. Each performance will begin at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Doors open 30 minutes prior to show. The series will continue through the spring. Following is a list of upcoming performances:  March 1 – An intimate evening with Nate Najar and John Lamb. Admission is $30 for adults and $25 for Studio@620 members.  March 11 – Ambient electronic dream music with Intimate Third. Admission is $10 a person.  March 24 – John C. O’Leary III, jazz pianist, composer and neuroscientist. Admission is $20 for adults and $15 for Studio@620 members.  March 29 – J.J. Patishall and friends. Admission is $10 a person.Pinellas Opera League hosts monthly luncheonsDUNEDIN – The Pinellas Opera League hosts luncheons with live opera entertainment on rst Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Dunedin Golf Club, 1050 Palm Blvd., Dunedin. Reservations are required. Call 727-796-7260 or email rwignall@tampabay.rr.com. For information, visit www.pinellasoperaleague.com.St. Pete Seafood & Music Festival set By LEE CLARK ZUMPE Tampa Bay Newspapers ST. PETERSBURG – Despite what the calendar may say, winter is over – at least in Florida – and the outdoor festivals has begun. The beautiful weather and mild temperatures make this the perfect time of year for enjoying delicious food and great music at outdoor events. That’s precisely what organizers have lined up for the second annual St. Petersburg Seafood and Music Festival, set for Saturday and Sunday, March 3-4, at Vinoy Park, 701 Bayshore Drive NE, in St. Petersburg. Festival hours will be Saturday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. General admission is $7 at the gate and $5 in advance from EventLive. Children age 11 and younger will be admitted for free when accompanied by an adult. VIP tent admission is $130 and includes an open raw bar serving shrimp, oysters and crab legs, open bar serving premium drinks and a private lounge area with dedicated service staff, all with optimal viewing of the live music. For tickets, visit www.eventliveus.com/purchase/event/661144. For festival information, visit www.seafoodfestivals. com. The event is co-sponsored by the city of St. Petersburg and is coordinated with the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance. According to event organizers, the St. Petersburg Seafood & Music Festival is created like a great meal: incorporating and blending the nest ingredients. Food offerings are cooked fresh on-site by top local restaurants and food purveyors incorporating a variety of fresh ingredients, including seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. Seafood dishes are created using indigenous and sustainable resources from Florida’s coastal waters. Attendees also may select from a diverse menu of alcoholic, non-alcoholic and fruit drinks, a diversity of side dishes and plenty of scrumptious desserts. The festival also will include a marketplace showcasing arts and crafts with a nautical theme as well as ne products such as gourmet food products and specialty items. The musical entertainment will feature live on-stage performances by creative and talented musicians from the local and regional circuit. Musical performers on Saturday are Nostaljah, Sarasota Steel Pan Band, RJ Howson and Kettle of Fish. The lineup on Sunday includes performers such as Reverend Barry & The Funk, Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio, The Black Honkeys and The Greg Billings Band. 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show and a roster of fun and hook-laden original songs. According to the band’s of cial website, Billings and Tom King were original members of Stranger and were there through it all. Billings’ vocal range and ability were equally matched by his magnetic personality and his ability to make everyone in the audience feel like a friend. During the band’s 16-year run, Stranger released several independent CDs in addition to the initial Epic release, solidifying their catalog of “Florida music,” and spawning hits such as “Swamp Woman,” “Okeechobee Whiskey,” “3D,” “Hit and Run,” “Alligator Joe” and “Wrong Side of the Tracks.” Following the breakup of Stranger, Billings formed Damn the Torpedoes in 1996 followed by the founding of the Greg Billings Band in 2003. Current band members include Billings on lead vocals, Tom King on bass guitar, George Harris on guitar and vocals, Rob Stoney on keyboards and vocals, Mark Busto on drums and vocals and Kyle Ashley on guitar. Another one of the Tampa Bay area’s best-known bands will be performing Sunday. The Black Honkeys will be serving up a shot of soul, R&B and funk for this year’s festival. The Black Honkeys rst hit the stage in 2000. Phil Esposito – a diehard fan of the old Motown and R&B sound of the ’60s and ’70s – and then guitarist Joe Sanders – who was into the J. Geils Band, Jimi Hendrix and The Rolling Stones – combined their musical interests and launched the project that would become The Black Honkeys. The band started rehearsing in September and played their rst show at Club More in Clearwater on New Year’s Eve. The eight-piece band is led by vocalist Esposito – better known as “Brother Phil.” The supporting cast includes Nicole “Ms. Groovalicious” Coley eld Davids on vocals, Wil “The Thrill” Harris on bass and vocals, Greg Czink on guitar and vocals, John Dash Dixon on keyboards, Stephen Tanner on drums, Terry Clark on trumpet and vocals and Scott Meyers on trombone and vocals. Following is the festival performance schedule: Saturday, March 3 Nostaljah – 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sarasota Steel Pan Band – 1:30 to 3 p.m.  RJ Howson –3:30 to 5 p.m. Kettle of Fish – 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.Sunday, March 4  Reverend Barry & The Funk – 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Twinkle & Rock Soul Radio –1:30 to 3 p.m.  The Black Honkeys – 3:30 to 5 p.m.  The Greg Billings Band – 5:30 to 7 p.m.Entertainment 3B Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018‘They Remain’Genre: Horror and suspense Cast: William Jackson Harper and Rebecca Henderson Director: Philip Gelatt Not rated Two scientists are sent into the wilderness by a company eager to examine and exploit the bizarre impact of a murderous cult on the land it once occupied. The lm is based on the short story “–30–” by author Laird Barron. A multiple Locus, World Fantasy, and Bram Stoker award nominee, Barron is also a three-time winner of the Shirley Jackson Award.‘Foxtrot’Genre: Drama and comedy Cast: Lior Ashkenazi, Sarah Adler and Yonaton Shiray Director: Samuel Maoz Rated: R Michael and Dafna are devastated when army of cials show up at their home to announce the death of their son Jonathan. While his sedated wife rests, Michael spirals into a whirlwind of anger only to experience one of life’s unfathomable twists, which rival the surreal military experiences of his son.‘The Vanishing of Sidney Hall’Genre: Mystery Cast: Logan Lerman, Elle Fanning, Kyle Chandler, Michelle Monaghan and Nathan Lane Director: Shawn Christensen Rated: R After publishing a bestselling novel based on the death of one of his high school classmates, the controversial writer Sidney Hall (Logan Lerman) nds himself catapulted to unexpected fame and renown. His relationship with his girlfriend (Elle Fanning) begins to fall apart as the dark consequences of the book intrude on their life together, and he disappears without a trace. Nearly a decade later, an enigmatic detective (Kyle Chandler) searches for the missing author, whose books are connected to a string of mysterious arsons.‘Mohawk’Genre: Thriller and action Cast: Kaniehtiio Horn, Justin Rain, Eamon Farren, Noah Segan, Jonathan Huber, Robert Longstreet and Sheri Foster Director: Ted Geoghegan Not rated After one of her tribe sets an American camp ablaze, a young Mohawk warrior nds herself pursued by a contingent of military renegades set on revenge. Fleeing deep into the woods they call home, Oak and Calvin, along with their British companion Joshua, must now fight back against the bloodthirsty Colonel Holt and his soldiers – using every resource both real and supernatural that the winding forest can offer. For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly. com. Lee Clark Zumpe is TBN entertainment editor. He can be reached at 727-397-5563, ext. 341, or by email at lzumpe@TBNweekly.com. OPENING, from page 1B Cho to bring ‘Fresh off the Bloat’ tour to Tampa ImprovTAMPA – Five time Grammy and Emmy nominated comedian Margaret Cho will bring her “Fresh off the Bloat” tour to the Tampa Bay area, appearing Friday, March 9, 8 and 10:30 p.m.; and Saturday, March 10, 7:30 and 10 p.m., at Tampa Improv, 1600 E. Eighth Ave. C-112, Tampa. “Fresh off the Bloat” is Cho’s sickest stand-up comedy show to date. A pioneer amongst women in comedy, Cho doesn’t take anything for granted as she continues to tackle dif cult subjects with sensitivity and her razor-sharp insight with her takes on addiction, abuse, activism and Asianness. It’s all about the politics of disgust and what is disgusting about politics. An accomplished performer in all formats, Cho could be called the “Queen of all Media” having conquered the worlds of lm, television, books, music and theatre. She has ve Grammy Award nominations (two for the music albums “Cho Dependent” and “American Myth”) and one Emmy nod for her groundbreaking work on “30 Rock.” Never one to shy away from a dif cult or taboo topic, her socially aware brand of stand-up comedy has made her both a thought leader as well as a teacher to those with open minds and open hearts. In 2017, Rolling Stone named her one of the 50 Best Stand-Up Comics calling her “the sort of funny, sex-positive feminist and LGBT activist younger comics continue to look up to.” Equally as important as her creative side is the causes she is passionate about. Cho is widely recognized for her charitable work with gay rights and anti-bullying campaigns. In every segment of her life, she is honest, forthright, passionate, uproarious and always entertaining. Photo by ALNERT SANCHEZ/KEN PHILLIPS PUBLICITY GROUPTampa Improv welcomes Margaret Cho for several shows March 9 and 10. SEAFOOD, from page 2B Photo by BILL KINNEYSt. Petersburg Seafood and Music Festival welcomes the Sarasota Steel Pan Band March 3.Howie Mandel to present stand-up comedy at CapitolCLEARWATER – Internationally renowned actor and comedian Howie Mandel will return to Clearwater for one night only to perform his stand-up comedy Thursday, March 1, 8 p.m., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets start at $49. Call 727791-7400 or visit www.atthecap. com. Mandel has been in show business for more than 30 years. Known for such television gigs as being a judge on “America’s Got Talent,” he’s also received an Emmy nomination for his role as the host on “Deal or No Deal” and a Daytime Emmy nomination for his role as host for the syndicated version of the show. Mandel’s versatile career has encompassed virtually all aspects of the entertainment spectrum including television, lm and stage. From his work on the Emmy Award-winning “St. Elsewhere” to the international animated children’s series “Bobby’s World,” Mandel has become a mainstay of the American comedy scene. Mandel recently added another title to his rsum: author. He released “Here’s the Deal: Don’t Touch Me,” his frank, funny, noholds-barred memoir, in 2009. The memoir revealed his ongoing struggle with OCD and ADHD and how it has shaped his life and career. The book made the New York Times Bestseller list on its rst week and remained on the list for several consecutive weeks. The stand-up comic came to the attention of the U.S. television viewers during the six-year run of the 1980s medical drama “St. Elsewhere.” Mandel portrayed Dr. Wayne Fiscus on the show. Mandel has done countless comedy specials both on cable and network television. He’s hosted his own syndicated talk show – “The Howie Mandel Show” – and continues to be a mainstay on the talk show circuit and performs as many as 200 concerts a year throughout the U.S. and Canada. Photo courtesy of ICM PARTNERSCapitol Theatre welcomes comedian Howie Mandel March 1. 030118 Winter SpecialIncludes bottle of wine, entree, soup or salad, and dessert. Good through 3/7/18 with this ad.Dine In Only Sun.-Thurs. onlyNot valid on any holidays030118 Doors Open at 11:00am Early Bird Games Begin at Noon Bright, Clean, Friendly Environment!! CHAPEL ON THE HILL, UCC 12601 Park Blvd., Seminole727-391-2919 www.coth.org010418 CHAPEL BINGOFree donut and coffee with entry! E v e r y Every W e d n e s d a y Wednesday OPEN Monday-Saturday 11am-9pm  Closed Sunday Lee Plaza  10754 70th Avenue North  Suite C  Seminole392-0200 Flame Broiled Burgers DALY'SWorld Famous Beer Battered FISH & CHIPSOnly $7.25 no coupon needed!030118Available Everyday ... Not Just on Fridays! 030118

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Instruction & Tutors BEGINNERS BRIDGE LESSONS (OR RETURNING PLAYERS)*8 WEEK COURSEWED MORNINGS 10AM-12PM *CLASSES START WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 2018 PASADENA CARD CLUB 10 PARK ST N, ST PETERSBURG CALL JACKIE: (727)360-1402 OR EMAIL: JackieSunset@Yahoo.com 435. Adult Care & Svcs. LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD... ANYTIME HOME CARE HOUSEKEEPING3 HOUR MINIMUM $18 HOURLY CALL KAREN (727)485-7529AVAILABLE FOR Light Housekeeping, Errands, Appointments, Meal Preparation Please Call (727)586-0748 Or (727)482-2711 CNA & Child Care Provider Former School Teacher, Background Screened,, References Provided, Reasonably Price. (727)400-6226 LADY CAREGIVER FULL TIME Your Home, To Assist With All Your Needs. Last Employment 15 Years. (727)596-8467 485. Help Wanted HOUSEKEEPERS WANTEDFor beach resort condos. Full or part time. Apply in person Tuesday thru Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm Ram Sea Resort 17200 Gulf Blvd. N Redington Beach, 33708 Ask for Mariann or Carol (727)397-0441 Background check required. PLAZA HAIR 11670 OAKHURST ROAD, LARGO BOOTH RENTAL BARBER/STYLIST$40 Day Minimum 3 Days $150 Weekly Minimum 5 Days Move In Special 1/2 Off 1st Month Spacious Upscale Salon Plenty of Parking Walk-in Traf c CONSTRUCTION$20 AN HOUR. START TODAY! LOCAL WORK! Must Have Vehicle. Call (727)455-1790 NEEDED FULL TIME POOL CLEANER Must Have Experience. Good Driving Record with Driver License. Taking Applications. (727)385-3523 DRY CLEANERS: PART-TIME Counter Help, Apply: Belleair Bluffs Cleaners, 2924 West Bay Drive. (727)585-1101DESIGNER PART TIME TO STARTExperienced, Knowledgeable in ALL Phases of Flower Shop Work. Salary Commiserate with Experience. Call (727)550-6597HOUSEKEEPERSFor Beach Resort Condos Full or Part Time Apply in Person Thursday thru Sunday from 9am-3pm. Sand Dollar Condo Resort 18500 Gulf Blvd. Indian Shores, FL 33785 Ask for Dee (727)595-8109 Background Check Required. PINELLAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICESchool Crossing Guards $17.50 Per Hour (2 Hours Per Day Split Shift) Seeking responsible, mature individuals to work 180 day school calendar. Uniforms supplied. Application online at www.pcsoweb.com. For further information contact Human Resources, human_resources@pcsonet.com Or call (727)582-6208. Note: No nicotine/ tobacco policy does not apply to this position. EOE/ADAFULL TIME SECRETARY/ ASSISTANTFor Well Established Interior Designer. Advanced Computer and Of ce Skills Required. Candidates Apply in Person, with Resume at 2949 West Bay Dr., Belleair Bluffs. during the hours of 9am-4pm. CLASSIFIEDSwww.TBNweekly.com To Place An Ad Call (727) 397-5563  Fax (727) 399-2042 or order your ad online 24/7 @ TBNweekly.com Deadlines: Display, Friday-5 p.m.  Line Ads, Monday-Noon 1-130 Real Estate Sales 135-290 Rentals 300 Notices 302 Tickets 305 Fun Things To Do 310 Good Things To Eat 315 Personals 320 Religious Personals 340 Happy Ads 345 Lost & Found 355 Adoption 360 Legal Services 370 Instructions/Tutors 375 Career Training 385 Beauty Services 390 Counseling 400 Health & Fitness 410 Massage Therapy 420 Babysitting 425 Child Care 430 Wheelchair & Sr. Transport 435 Adult Care & Services 455 Travel Services 470 Entertainment 485-530 Help/Work Wanted 535 Business Opportunity 545-582 Financial & Insurance Services 585 Auctions 590 Antiques & Collectibles 597 Coins & Stamps 599 Rental Equipment600-750 Merchandise to Buy/Sell755-805 Campers/RVs/Trailers 810-885 Automotive 890-915 Boats & Marine 970-980 Estate, Garage, Yard, Moving Sales Professional Services DirectoryClassi eds Index 485. Help Wanted 485. Help Wanted 485. Help Wanted 485. Help Wanted 485. Help Wanted 485. Help WantedAll real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or an intention, to make such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD Toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. 485. Help Wanted 030118 Scholarship Opportunities, Tuition Reimbursement, Medical, Dental, Vision & 401k, Resident Funded Gift Fund Please call 727-791-3381 with any questions. Lifecare.brookdale.com click on Regency Oaks Clearwater tabSaturday, March 3rd 11am-2:30pm@ Chica’s Taco Bar2542 McMullen Booth Rd., Clearwater, FL 33761CNA Job Fair022218BROOKDALE RECENCY OAKS CLEARWATER

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Professional Services 5B Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018 PROFESSIONALSERVICES FREE Service Call With Repair! Covering The Beaches To The Bay! Same Day Service Available!Appliance Repairs727.667.3539www.appliancemansam.com 091814 Is Your Pump Noisy or Producing Low Pressure?CALL EARL(727)544-0718 (727)439-2300WWW.WELLANDPUMPEXPERTS.COM Lic. #SWWM2214020614 TOWN WIDE GARAGE SALERedington ShoresFrom 174th Ave. E. to 183rd Terrace W.Friday & Saturday March 9th & 10th 8:00 a.m.No Early Birds Town Clean-upMarch 17th & 18th 03081 RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE! The Boulevard Club Clubhouse. 7701 Starkey Road, Seminole. (Starkey Road & Park Blvd.) Saturday, March 3rd 8:00AM-1PM RIDGE GROVE CONDOS Friday & Saturday, 9am-4pm. 13250 Ridge Road, Largo. (Clubhouse) Lots of XL Men’s Clothes, 1X, 2X & 3X! BARGAINS GALORE! LAKE SEMINOLE VILLAGE Community Wide Sale! Saturday, 03/03, 9AM-1PM. 102nd Ave and 97th St. N. HUGE ANNUAL CHURCH THRIFT SALE PRE-SALE $5 ENTRY FEEThursday MARCH 8th, 5-8pm REGULAR SALE DAYS Friday MARCH 9th, 8am-4pm Saturday MARCH 10th, 8am-2pm SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE, COME JOIN THE FUN!!9398 OAKHURST RD. S SEMINOLE, 33776Visit: C2CChurch.com COME ONE, COME ALL!!! It’s That Time of Year Again!!! The 2018 Palm Hill Bazaar, March 3rd Early bird Admittance $1 at 8:30am. Regular Admittance 9:00am-1:00pm Everything Must Go!!! 1800 Seminole Blvd. Largo 33778 TREASURE ISLANDISLE OF PALMS Island Wide Yard Sale. Saturday 8AM-2PM. Food Court, Maps Available, Turn at 112th Ave Off Gulf Blvd. CARPORT SALE! SATURDAY, 8AM-1PM. Park Royale Community, 10611 66th St. N, Pinellas Park. Look For Balloons! CDL DRIVER Brookdale Pinecrest Retirement Community is Currently Seeking Applicants for a Part Time Driver. Must Have a CDL License in Good Standing. Drivers Transport our Resident To and From Doctor Appointments; Banking; Shopping and Scheduled Activity Trips. Candidates Must Follow Company Guidelines Regarding Resident and Vehicle Safety. Part Time Various Hours Including Some Weekends and Holidays. Please Send Resumes to: Margaret.kristall@brookdale.com or Fax: (727)581-8409 or Complete an Application in Person 1150 8th Ave. SW, Largo FL. DFWP; EOE. KITCHEN UTILITY ASSOCIATE We currently have a position open for a Utility Associate in our kitchen. Position required associate to operate the dish machine, store clean equipment and utensils, as well as maintain the cleanliness of the dish area; ensuring all quality standards of sanitation are being met. No previous experience is required. Position available: Part time; various hours; must be available to work weekends and holidays. Position available PT, various hours; including some weekends and holidays. Position requires Level I and Level II background checks; EOE; drug free workplace. Please apply in person to 1150 8th Ave SW, Largo FL 33770. RESIDENT CARE ASSOCIATES Brookdale Pinecrest is seeking Resident Care Associates (RCA’s) to care for our Assisted Living and Memory Care residents. Candidates should have previous experience caring for seniors and a commitment to making a difference in the lives they touch. CNA or HHA certi cations are a plus. Multiple positions available; PT, 6AM-2PM, 2PM-10PM; including every other weekend and holidays. Position requires Level I and Level II background checks; EOE; drug free workplace. Please apply in person to 1150 8th Avenue SW; Largo FL 33770. CNA's & HHA's Brookdale Pinecrest is seeking CNA’s and HHA’s to work in Personalized Living within our upscale retirement community. The position requires candidates to assist residents with daily living activities based on their individualized plan of care. Job duties could include; escorting residents to doctor appointments, provide medicine reminders, dog walking, etc. Must be able to communicate effectively with residents, visitors and members of health care team; possess excellent customer service skills and have a desire to care for our residents. Multiple positions available; PT various hours; including weekends and holidays. Must have a valid CNA license or 75 hour HHA certi cation. HHA’s must have Certi ed CPR Training. Position requires Level I and Level II background checks; EOE; drug-free workplace. Please apply in person to 1150 8th Ave SW, Largo, FL 33770. 535. Business Opportunities SAWMILLS from only $4,397.00. MAKE & SAVE MONEY with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock, ready to ship. FREE info/ DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills.com. (800)578-1363, ext. 300N. (F) 585. Auctions WWW.GRANNYSAUCTION.NET Auction 1st Sunday Of Month 1PM. Buying And Consigning Antiques. Free Appraisals Tuesday 12-4PM. (727)572-1567 AB1769 5175 Ulmerton Rd, Clearwater 33760 CLEARWATER STORAGE NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE A public auction will be held as required by the “Self Storage Facility Act”, Sec. 83.801-83.809 to satisfy a landlord’s lien. Auction will be held on www.StorageTreasure.com MARCH 15, 2018. All sales are for cash to highest bidder and are considered nal. JAMES SIMS #326 PAM LEVEROCK #415A RICH ADAMS #523 590. Antiques-Collectibles EVERYTHING MUST GO! BUSINESS SOLD! *Rugs *Lamps *Chandeliers *Furniture *Paintings *Art Glass & Much More! Antiques & Rug Center (727)466-6565 (813)205-7355 709 S. Missouri Ave, Clearwater 600. Merchandise KENMORE WASHER/ GE DRYER $99 for both. Both Run Well. (727)686-5587FIESTAWARE NEW 2 SETS!1 Yellow Set of 67 Pieces $70 1 Red Set of 56 Pieces $70 Best Offer On Both Sets. Call (727)592-2976 TREADMILL PRO FORM CROSS WALK Excellent Condition, Barely Used. Paid $750 asking $500 OBO. (727)584-4644 INVERSION TABLE $80 27” Vilano Bicycle 50CM, 6 Gear $100, Triathlon Race Felt Bike, 49CM, 26” Tires, 16Spd. $400, Water Softner Kinetico $250, You Remove (727)504-4128 617. Art WINDSPLITTER, ARTIST JIM WARREN Original, Limited Edition Lithograph, Hand Signed & Numbered. Certi cate of Authenticity. $2,400. (989)525-6598 640. Furniture OVERSTUFFED TAN CHAIR $60 Excellent condition, Queen Anne Chair And Ottoman, Great Condition, Green $70. (727)475-8882 LPN Brookdale Pinecrest is Seeking LPNs to Work Within our Upscale Retirement Community – 1 FULLTIME POSITION 2PM-10PM, AND PART TIME-WEEKENDS. Candidates Must be Enthusiastic, Energetic and Caring, Committed to Making a Difference in the Lives of our Residents. Position Requires Level I & Level II Background Checks; EOE; Drug-Free Workplace. Please Apply in Person to 1150 8th Avenue SW, Largo, FL, 33770 or Submit Resume to Margaret.kristall@brookdale.com FLEET TECHNICIAN II DIESEL MECHANIC Journeyman/Master Mechanic Maintenance/repair of diesel/gas operated municipal vehicles and equipment including Public Safety vehicles and emergency apparatus (Fire Rescue and Police), heavy construction equipment and refuse collection vehicles. For more details, please go to: www.largo.com/jobs The City of Largo Naturally A Great Place to Work!MAIDS FOR BEACH LOCATION!!!Busy Established Company, Excellent Rate of Pay Drivers License Required. Call (727)363-1074 REGENCY OAKS CLEARWATER CNA JOB FAIR CNA Job Fair @ Chica’s Taco Bar 2542 McMullen Booth Rd. Clearwater, FL 33761 Saturday, March 3rd, 2018. 11am-2pm Scholarship Opportunities, Tuition Reimbursement,Medical, Dental, Vision & 401k Resident Funded Gift Fund. Please call (727)791-3381 with any questions NESECITO PERSONA PARA Limpiesa de Casa una ves porse mana Casa pekena. Por favor Llamar (727)238-4454 JANITORIAL Part-time, Monday thru Friday, 6:30AM–12:30PM, Treasure Island. Duties include general cleaning, sweeping, mopping, dusting, trash removal. Paid Vacation, Holidays, Life Insurance, Clothing Allowance. Background check and drug screening required. Call Land’s End at Sunset Beach Condominiums (727)360-4323 510. Home Care Help CNAs & HHAs NEEDED.All days and hours. Live-in and Weekend availability a PLUS! Call Griswold Home Care. (727)547-7000 522. Careers LEARN TO GROOM DOGS  Financial Assistance For Those Who Qualify  Free Job Placement Service  We Proudly Train Our Veterans  Vendor For Vocational Rehab  Easy School Loans NOW ENROLLING  Basic Pet Groomer  Professional Pet Groomer  Master Groomer ACADEMY OF ANIMAL ARTS academyofanimalarts.com(727)517-9546 885. Autos Wanted THINKING ABOUT SELLING OR TRADING?I Will PAY MORE Than Trade-In On Good, Clean, Low-Mileage Vehicles. HAROLD COREY, AUTO BROKER(727)595-9393 CARS/TRUCKS WANTED!! Sell Your Used or Damaged 2002-2018 Vehicle Fast! Running or Not. Nationwide Free Towing. Same Day Pick-Up and Pay Available. Call (800)761-9396. (C) LOOKING FOR DEPENDABLE CAR/AUTO Have Cash. Please Call Marilyn (727)348-1676 DONATE YOUR CAR FOR BREAST CANCER! Help United Breast Foundation education, prevention & support programs. FAST FREE PICKUP 24 HR RESPONSE TAX DEDUCTION. (844)513-9098. (C) 900. Boat Accessories 2016 CONTINENTAL KAYAK TRAILER For 2 Kayaks, Excellent Condition! $850. Call (479)957-3329ANCHORS FX-7 W/CHAIN & 100FT OF LINE $100 Anchor FX-37 w/Chain $375, Folding Dock Cart $100, Wet Suit XL $75, 2 Scuba Tanks $75 Each, Misc. Docking Lines, Too Many More Boat Accessories to List. Call (727)580-8557 910. Boat Slips LOOKING TO RENT A DOCK WITH BOAT LIFT 24ft Boat. Mature, Polite 57 Year Old. Can Help Maintain. (727)365-0076 975. Garage-Yard Sales ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE St. Paul United Methodist Church March 2nd & 3rd 1199 Highland Avenue, Largo, Florida 33770. (Northwest corner of Highland & Rosery) Early Bird Friday, 5:00-8:00pm; $1 Admission. Free Admission Saturday, 8am–2pm. 655. Musical Instruments YAMAHA BABY GRANDA Gorgeous Piano in Walnut, Excellent Condition and Beautiful Sound. Year: 1989, Model: G2, Serial #: R4340451. Asking $5,000, Open to Offers. Call (727)641-3627 660. Wanted to Buy CLEARWATER RECORD SHOPNow Buying And Selling LP’s 45’s 78’s Call (727)200-9397 CASH PAID FOR DIABETIC Test Strips! OneTouch, Freestyle, Accucheck, More! Must Not Be Expired, Opened. FREE Local Pickup! Prompt, Friendly, I Pay *Top Dollar*. Call David (727)266-0087 BEACH RESIDENT WANTING TO BUY GOLD, SILVER, JEWELRY-ESTATE & COSTUME, COINS, STERLING SILVER, ANTIQUES, ARTWORK, ASIAN. (518)527-0531 700. Pets & Animals PET GROOMING NEW CLIENTS SPECIAL! $22 Any Dog Breed Includes Wash/ Dry/ Nails/ Ears and a Trim, Make Them Beautiful ... Affordably Our Salon Established in 1979 Academy of Animal Arts. (727)596-2547 academyofanimalarts.com 810. Auto Sales 2013 FORD ESCAPE ECOBOOST Very nice green Ford Escape SE Ecoboost. New back tires, new battery. Ice cold air. Premium sound. Sync/bluetooth. Purchased from CarMax May 2015. No accidents. Clear title. 84,768 miles. $9,999 nice Florida car take me back to Canada! SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY, please (727)421-9018. 835. Auto Services PAT'S AUTO INTERIORSSmall-Large Seat Repairs Headliners Small-Big Dent Repairs with (Perfect Color Match) Rust Holes Sand & Clear Headlights (Like New) WALNUT STRIPPING CARS AND FURNITURE Call for Details!! 4500 49th Street N, St. Pete. (727)526-5949 LARGO SATURDAY, MARCH 3rd, 8AM-12PMWOODSIDE VILLAGE COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE 4215 East Bay Drive. Offering Hot Dogs & Drinks too! After 10am SEMINOLE ANNUAL HOA SALE Saturday, March 3rd, 9:00am-3:00pm. Williamsdale Square Subdivision, Many Participants, 54th Avenue through 60th Avenue off of 113th. TO BENEFIT THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF PINELLAS NO KILL ANIMAL SHELTER At LAKE SEMINOLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Saturday, March 3rd, 8am-1pm 8505 113th St. Seminole FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND, 9AM-1PM Flea Market/ Bake Sale. Lake Seminole Resort MHP Clubhouse. 10245 110th Ave. North. East off Seminole Blvd. Refreshments, Lunch. ST. FRANCIS CATHOLIC CHURCH LARGO Saturday, March 3rd, 8am-2pm, Rummage & Plant Sale 12041 66th St N SEMINOLE Saturday, March 3rd, 8am-3pm Power Yard Tools 10,000 BTU Window A/C, Lots of Kitchen Items & Much More! 11534 87th Ave. HILLCREST MANOR LARGO Friday, March 2nd & Saturday, March 3rd, 8am-?, Something for Everyone! North of 102nd Ave & South of Walsingham Look for Signs on Oakhurst Rd & 137th Street AC & Heating AIR-FLO/ERWOOD HTG & AC SALES SERVICE REPAIRS No Obligation Estimates. 24 Hour Service Since 1972. www.AirFlo-ErwoodAC.com CAC1816535 (727)528-1227 HALE'S A/C SERVICE, INC Reliable, Same-Day Service On All Brands. Free Estimate on Replacement. Lic#CAC055503. (727)398-5515www.halesac.com CARR AIR CONDITIONING/ HEATING LOWEST PRICES IN PINELLAS COUNTY Repair and Service on All Brands with Free Estimates on a New Unit. 10% OFF SERVICE $62.00 A/C CHECK **POOL HEAT PUMPS SALES & INSTALLATION** Senior & Veterans’ Discounts (727)447-7212, CAC045888 carrairconditioning.com THE COMPANY YOU CAN TRUST Accounting TAX PREP TAX & ESTATE PLANNING, CASH FLOW, INVESTMENT POSITIONING Guidance from a Tax Perspective... Any Matter That Can Impact You or Your Business, Financially Dena Lebowitz, EA, MST (727)343-3132 1135 Pasadena Ave S #105 South Pasadena, FL 33707 TampaBayTaxServices.com info@tampabaytaxservices.com Aluminum Seamless Gutters, Sof t, Fascia, Vinyl Siding, Lowest Prices! Quality Work. (727)871-4555 Lic#SCC131151386 Carpet Repair 727-919-5222 Carpet Sales "QUALITY CARPET"REPAIRS, RE-STRETCHES WOOD, LAMINATE, CARPET, TILE SALES/SERVICE CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED 30+ YEARS’ EXPERIENCE(727)527-1359 Ceilings GET IT DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME! Service Calls $49.95 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week! Commercial And Residential. Licensed/Insured. CAC-1818263. (727)259-5513 AM AIRE Heating & Cooling Residential Services SPECIAL $49.95 A/C Tune Up Service, Sales, Installation All Makes and Models Pinellas, Pasco & Hillsborough Co. 24 Hour Service Available Call (727) 331-9539 Lic. #CAC1818933 Family Owned & Operated In Business Since 1989 (727)531-9560 Lic # CACO58415 We Do It ALL! DRIVEWAYS PATIOS POOL DECKS WALKWAYS REPAIRS CLEANING SEALING OFFERING THE BEST PRICES! Call Today!(727)648-2484Lic# CRC1329650 Cabinets KUSTOM KITCHEN, INC. Lic #C-9055.KustomKitchen.net Carpet Cleaning CARTER'S CARPET & UPHOLSTERY Pet Package Solutions: Stain, Odor, Enzyme Treatment Tile & Grout. Schedule Online CartersCarpetUpholstery.com Military & Senior Discounts Bonded & Insured. (727)642-7365 SOUTHERN ALUMINUM SYSTEMS, INC.WE INSTALL: SCREEN ROOMS(With Insulated Roof) CONCRETE PATIOSFREE Estimates! Deal Direct with Owner and Save 15% Family Owned & Operated Since 1971 Quality Guaranteed!Lic#C-2791(727)579-8574 Brick Pavers PAVER REPAIR SPECIALISTDriveways, Patios, Sidewalks, Pool Decks And More! Installation, Cleaning & Sealing. Free Estimates!(727)415-5039www.islandpavers.net Licensed/Insured C-10915 SCC131151664 Ceramic Tile DEAN'S CUSTOM TILE INC. Specializing In Remodeling Bath-to-Shower Conversions, Floors, Kitchens, Backsplashes, Repairs. C-5823 (727)422-2030 485. Help Wanted 485. Help Wanted AC & Heating Ceilings Aluminum Brick Pavers 975. Garage-Yard Sales 975. Garage-Yard Sales Want to make Extra Income?We are looking for men and women to deliver FREE community newspapers in Pinellas County. Must be available either Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. Experience preferred but will train the right person. This is a supplemental income. Applicant must have good transportation; preferably a van, large car, SUV or pickup truck. Please visit us at lshi ett@ sunsetadvertisingdistributors. com or contact Lee at 727-337-9000.IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!020818 505. Part-Time Help

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6B Professional Services Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018 Electrical Cleaning/Janitorial FREE ESTIMATES. If CLEAN Is What You Want, CLEAN Is What You Get, When You Call Georgette. (727)391-7866. ANYTIME HOME CAREHOUSEKEEPING3 HOUR MINIMUM $18 HOURLY CALL KAREN (727)485-7529 SwissTouchCleaning.comAccountable & Trusted! Rentals, Residential & Commercial Serving Pinellas Co. For 18 Years Swiss Touch Cleaning(727) 536-7673 Top 2 Bottom Janitorial Service Residential & Commercial. Since 1992. Windows, Carpets, Floors, Upholstery. Free Estimates. Insured and Bonded. (727)317-9793 top2bottom24hr@yahoo.com Concrete Complete Concrete, Block, Stucco & Paver Work, Driveways, Sidewalks, Patios. David Will, (727)459-9710. #C10222. MIKE QUARANTO Concrete Inc. 20+ Years’ Experience. Quality Service. Driveways, Patios, Sidewalks. #C-5640. Call (727)398-5160. Stamp Concrete Driveways, Sealant, Slabs, Sidewalks Excavating, Pressure Washing 40 Years Experience Lic #C8508 & Insured (727)687-4155 Construction ADAM CONSULTING & CONSTRUCTION New Additions, Roo ng, Stucco/Repairs, Painting Interior & Exterior, Drywall Textures, etc. Call Gary (727)551-1954 or Heribeto (727)831-2118 CGC 150754 Insured SOMEONE WILL BE AT YOUR PROJECT EVERYDAY! Commercial & Residential Electrical (727)475-2923www.ThetaElectric.comEXPERT ELECTRICIANSSame-Day Service Senior & Military Discounts. No Job Too Big Or Too Small! Lic/ Insured. EC13008139. $25 Off W/Mention of Ad GABRIEL ELECTRIC Rewires, Repairs, Upgrades. 24/7 Emergency Service. LOW Rates!! Senior Discounts. Since 1986. Insured. #ER0010733. (727)442-0845 JO'S CLEANING SERVICE Clean-up, Clean-out, Just Completely Clean! Weekly/Bi-Weekly. References Available. 26+ Years (727)688-5353 Clock & Watch Repair PROFESSIONAL CLOCKMAKER AUTHORIZED HOWARD MILLER RIDGEWAY SERVICE CENTER All Phases Of Repair, Grandfather Clock Specialist. Work Done To AWCI Standards. Guaranteed 1 Year. House Calls. Reasonable Rates. (727)434-3046 (252)945-4174 Computer Services APPLE & PC SERVICE & REPAIRSVirus Removal and Wireless Setup Experts! Call Rafe, Clearwater (727)459-3125 www.aaacomputerdoctor.com Draperies CUSTOM DRAPERIES & Valances, Bedding, Cushions, Shades. Your Fabric Or Ours. Since 1981. (727)397-5708. SewFineCustomSewing.com Drone Services VIDEO PRODUCTIONS ADS: Video  TV  WEB VIDEOS: Realty  Wedding Dance  Music Multi-Camera Streaming DRONE DanceTV@aol.com (727)410-5265 Drywall B.BLEVINS DRYWALLNo Job Too Small! Water Damage, Ceilings, Texturing. Free Estimates. #C-7872/Ins. (727)638-4342 QUINTERO DRYWALL, INC. Repairs Large or Small, New Construction, Commercial & Residential. 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8B Entertainment Seminole Beacon, March 1, 2018CLEARWATER – Legendary solo artist and guitarist Robin Trower will make his way to Pinellas for one show on Thursday, March 8, 8 pm., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets start at $39.50. Call 727-7917400 or visit www.atthecap.com. According to a biographical sketch provided by Robin Trower Publicity and Media Relations, Trower’s story began in the mid 1960s when he launched his recording career in the Southend rhythm and blues band The Paramounts. It wasn’t until 1967 that his talent was rst detected on any rock and roll radar screens. In that year, Trower joined Procol Harum shortly after they recorded their mega-hit “A Whiter Shade of Pale.” He completed ve albums with Procol Harum and toured with the band before breaking away for a solo career in 1971. “The big break for me was Gary Brooker getting me to join Procol,” Trower said of the experience. “That opened up the whole world. Without that I would never been able to go on and do what I’ve done.” Using bands such as Cream, Taste and the Jimi Hendrix Experience as models for his own power-trio, Trower joined forces with vocalist and bassist James Dewar and drummer Reg Isidore to form the Robin Trower Band in 1973. Trower’s atmospheric, effects-laden Stratocastering brought inevitable initial comparisons with Hendrix, but he quickly made his own mark. The band was soon outselling Procol Harum. “Bridge of Sighs,” released in 1974, reached the Top 10 in the United States. It went on to influence an entire generation of musicians. Its success also allowed Trower the freedom to explore his musical limits on subsequent albums. “In City Dreams” and “Caravan to Midnight” both demonstrated Trower’s maturing song writing abilities and strong connection to the blues. In the era that saw punk and new wave attempting to rede ne the musical landscape, Trower’s distinctive style of performance retained a sizeable live following in the United States. At the same time, radio was listening in another direction. In 1984, he split from long-time label Chrysalis Records. By the late 1980s, Trower’s recorded output became more sporadic. That set the stage for a brief reunion with his old bandmates in Procol Harum in the 1990s. Following the reunion, Trower reassessed the direction of his solo career. He chose a path that would allow him to ful l himself musically, putting less emphasis on sales numbers and revenue. That path led him to found V12 Records alongside manager Derek Sutton. In 1994, “20th Century Blues,” the rst V12 album, was released. Trower was backed by drummer Mayuyu and bass player/vocalist Livingston Brown. As the decade progressed, Trower decided to take on a share of the lead vocals. “I thought to myself there aren’t any blues artists that aren’t singers,” he explained. “I thought I’d give it a go. When you write songs, you’re always gonna get a twist put onto them by whoever sings them. When you sing it yourself it tends to come out how you heard it in your head when you wrote it.” With his stock still high among his fellow performers thanks to albums such as 1997’s “Someday Blues,” the late 1990s saw Trower hooking up with Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry for two albums, “Taxi” and “Mamouna.” The albums also led to a European tour. Since 2000, Trower has released a number of albums, including “Go My Way” (2000), “Living Out of Time” (2004), “Another Days Blues” (2005), “What Lies Beneath” (2009), “The Playful Heart” (2010), “Roots and Branches” (2013), “Something’s About to Change” (2015) and “Where You Are Going To” (2016). The legendary British blues-rock guitar statesman released “Time and Emotion,” his latest work, in 2017. The new album showcases Trower’s evocative note bends and signature tone along with his powerful lead vocals. There are plenty of tightly knitted bass lines and drum grooves supporting his gut-lifting sound to titillate the listener’s ear. It is an unadulterated combustion of rock, blues and soul – exactly what Strat-fans crave from this unique artist. Track highlights include “The Land of Plenty,” “I’m Gone,” “Bitten by the Snake,” “If You Believe in Me” and “You’re the One.” Trower powerLegendary British blues-rock guitarist Robin Trower takes the stage at Clearwater’s Capitol Theatre Robin T rower plays Capitol Theatre March 8. Photos courtesy of ROBIN TROWER PUBLICITY & MEDIA RELATIONSRobin T rower is touring in support of “Time and Emotion,” his latest release. 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