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Investigation reveals low moraleFirefighters name several leadership problems with former fire chief By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Commission Chair Ken Welch delivered the first-ever state of the county address Wednesday, March 27. Pinellas County is committed to transparent and accessible government, and this virtual state of the county message is part of an ongoing effort to share important information with you, Pinellas County citizens, on the important issues facing our community and to encourage your feedback, Welch said by way of an introduction. He then spent nearly 18 minutes talking about the work done by the commission in the first quarter of 2013. He also outlined some of the countys biggest challenges including the budget, public transportation and the high-cost of poverty. The last few years have been challenging for many in our community, including your county government, Welch said. However, Im pleased to report to you that despite the challenges weve faced, our opLARGOFire Employee of the Year named Largo Fire Rescue recently named department administrative assistant Julie Barlet as the Fire Service Employee of the Year. Barlet has worked for the agency since June 2006. She regularly volunteers and assists with most of the agencys annual events. ... Page 3A. Volunteering in the communityVeritas Academy students Julia Smith, 18, left. and Monique Oliver, 16, clean the windows of Heron House, an assisted living facility in Largo. ... Page 11A.SCHOOLS POLICEBicyclist injured on Belcher RoadTraffic Homicide Investigators from the Largo Police Department began investigating a bicycle crash at the intersection of Belcher and Ulmerton roads the morning of April 2. An adult male bicyclist was traveling westbound across Belcher Road at Ulmerton Road when he was struck by a Dodge Neon traveling southbound on Belcher Road. He was seriously injured and flown to an area hospital. ... Page 5A.COUNTYUnemployment drops in PinellasFebruarys unemployment report is good news for Pinellas County. Pinellas Countys rate dropped 9.1 percent in February 2012 to 7.3 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January this year was 7.8 percent. ... Page 7A.Welch delivers inaugural state of the county addressPublic input needed to shape budget County to meet with public to discuss issues ... Page 6A. Check out these and other events coming to Pinellas County this week ... Page 1B.Crafts displayed on Corey; the musical Hair hits Clearwater Volume XXXV,No. 37 April 4, 2013 www.TBNweekly.com AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY?Diagnosis Treatment Rehab Attor ney and Specialist ReferralsGreg Hollstrom II, DC, Brian Rebori, DC 11444 Seminole Blvd., Largo 727-393-6100 drgreghollstrom.com032113 $49FIRST MASSAGE*$59FIRST FACIAL* 10609 Ulmerton Rd. 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TORRESLARG0 The pirate theme of Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaffs new thrift store encompasses more than the treasures they offer at reasonable prices. Pirates of Largo, at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road, is all about attitude, from its open garage doors to its tall cypress masts, carved by Miranda himself using only a drawknife. Pirate attitude is part of the flavor that manifests itself in palm tree-painted furniture, Jimmy Buffett blaring over the speakers, random assortments of clothing, hats and musical instruments and the colorfully decorative but undoubtedly angry wooden piranhas that Phaff is known for. Miranda admitted that he was hesitant about the name for the shop at first, but is glad he committed to the concept. As people came in, they thought it was fun, he said. It works well with our personalities. Phaff agreed. If somethings not spelled Pinellas County Commission Chair Ken Welch delivers the first-ever state of the county address March 27. Largo to pass new ordinance targeting street prostitutionportunities for progress are even greater, and the state of Pinellas County is strong. Moving our community forward will require vision, more collaboration and a strategic holistic approach to building a stronger community. Welch provided an update on the strategic planning the commission has been working on for the past four years and progress toward improving delivery of core services. He highlighted some of the actions taken during the first quarter of 2013, including returning fluoride to the drinking water supply on March 1, approving Tampa Bays first countywide domestic partnership registry and a resolution of intent to place a referendum on the 2014 Julie Barlet Features Business . . . . . . . . . . .9A Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B County . . . . . . . . . . .5-7A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-4, 8B Health & tness . . . . . . . .8A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Largo . . . . . . . . . . .2-4A Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .13A Pet connection . . . . . . . .14A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .5A Schools . . . . . . . . . .10-11A Sports . . . . . . . . . . .15A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .12A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising VIEWPOINTSAs I See It Dont permit free agency in high school sports, two Ex-Buccaneers stars say. Page 12A.Largos business renaissance Photos by JULIANA A. TORRESArtists and self-described pirates Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaff are the owners of Pirates of Largo, a new thrift store at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road. Incorporated in the pirate-themed decor of the shop are masts Miranda carved from cypress trunks with a drawknife, shown behind them. See PIRATES, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARG0 The Largo Police Department is hoping that a proposed ordinance will allow them to arrest more prostitutes working local street corners. We received numerous community complaints typically in the Clearwater-Largo Road corridor for working, street-level prostitutes, police Sgt. Michael Bruno explained to the Largo Commission April 2. Commissioners gave their initial approval of a measure that makes certain habits and behaviors of prostitutes illegal within Largos city limits. Currently, investigators are bound by the standards of the state statute. That means police have two ways of making an arrest for prostitution. First, they can watch suspected prostitutes, wait for a John to pick them up, stop his vehicle and hope that someone in the car admits to exchanging money for sex. If were unable to get an admission from one or both of those parties, were really unable to take enforcement action under the state statute, Bruno said. The second method involves an undercover police officer witnessing the solicitation firsthand. Most of the prostitutes that work this area have been arrested multiple times, often by us multiple times, Bruno said. We have to convince them that were not working with law enforcement. To screen the potential client, prostitutes will ask an undercover officer to either touch them inappropriately or expose himself inappropriately. Which of course, were not going to do, Bruno said. That See PROSTITUTION, page 4A See ADDRESS, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO Firefighters and their supervisors with decades of history with Largo Fire Rescue reported in an internal investigation on the performance of former Fire Chief Mike Wallace that the morale within the department was the lowest they had ever experienced. A common thread throughout the information provided by staff is that morale is at an all-time low, Human Resources Director Susan Sinz concluded in her report. Sinz acknowledges that some of the 54 employees who were interviewed for the report attribute the morale decrease to economic conditions, including lack of pay raises, pension reforms and staff reductions. However, many listed a string of problems with leadership, starting with Wallaces management of the department. Wallace, who was first hired to serve as Largos fire chief in October 2007, retired from the position, effective April 1, as a result of the citys investigation into his performance. Deputy Chief Shelby Willis was named acting fire chief until a replacement is hired. As one of his first orders of business, Willis shifted leadership roles in the department in direct response to some of the complaints raised by fire personnel. In particular, those interviewed in the investigation most frequently complained about the promotion of Joe Pennino, who served as District Chief for only a matter of months before he was promoted to chief of operations. Rank and file alike said that Pennino lacked the experience in the field to qualify for his promotion and See INVESTIGATION, page 4A

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To be eligible for the promotion, Scouts must be active in their troop for at least four months as a First Class Scout, demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Scout Law in their everyday lives, earn six merit badges including four from the required Eagle Scout badges and meet service and leadership requirements.Star Scout promotion City calendar City calendarLargo Central ParkThe Largo Central Park is at 101 Central Park Drive. Within the park are Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, the Largo Pu blic Library, at 120 Central Park Drive, and the historic Largo Feed Store, at 295 Central Park Drive. For information about special events, call 587-6740, ext. 5014 or visit LargoEvents.comPawFest LARGO The Kiwanis Club of Largo/Mid-Pinellas will host the seventh annual PawFest on Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Largo Central Park. The carnival for children and canines alike will feature a playhouse of contests and games; food and beverages from the Bark Caf; the Activity Midway, showcasing obedience, skills and safety demonstrations as well as health screening and the Doggy Mall, offering accessories and services. Area rescue groups and shelters will bring adaptable pets. The event also will see the award of Veterinarian of the Year and a demonstration from K-9 Murphy, purchased by the Kiwanis Club for the Largo Police Department. Snapper the PARC therapy dog whose life-saving efforts with developmental disabled clients are described in the childrens book Hold My Paw will pose for pictures and pawtograph her book. For more information, call 536-0412 or visit www.largokiwanis.org.City seeks community input LARGO The city of Largo is encouraging citizens to get involved in their local governments priorities as city leaders plan for Largos longterm future through either a workshop or by taking an online survey. The Community Values Workshops are for small groups of citizens to discuss their values as a community. A continental breakfast will be provided at the third and final workshop on Thursday, April 11, 8 to 9:30 a.m., in Jenkins Room A of the library. Those who would like to attend one of the workshops can register online at www.largo.com/values or call 587-6790. Registration is limited to the first 30 individuals for each session. Anyone who is unable to attend a workshop but would like to share their ideas can take the online survey at www.largo.com/values. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. The results will be posted after May 1. Participants of the online survey will be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift card. The city of Largo sincerely values the input of its residents. The information they provide will guide city leaders in making decisions for the future of our community. To participate or to learn more, visit Largo.com/values or call 587-6790.Playing! UnpluggedLARGO The city of Largo is encouraging families to turn off the TV, video games and electronics and join the second annual Playing! Unplugged event on April 13, 2 to 7 p.m., at Largo Central Park, 101 Central Park Drive. This free event will feature a variety of hands-on activities and play spaces throughout the park, where kids of all ages will play with cardboard boxes, fabric, buckets, ropes, paintbrushes and more. Children will engage in activities involving construction play, adventure, slackline, archery, dance and music, physical play, toddler, discovery, art and nature. Families also will enjoy live entertainment, healthy food vendors, drum circle performances and train rides aboard Largo Central Railroads miniature trains from 2 to 5 p.m. The Tampa Bay Rays Street Team will be on site along with Boy Scouts of America who will be assisting children with tree climbing and ziplining. The event will wrap up with a campfire around the fire circle in the park. Playing! Unplugged seeks to educate parents on the many benefits of creativity and free play, including the positive impact it can have on leading a healthy lifestyle and staying active. The city is teaming up with local businesses and medical professionals for this event. For more information, visit Largo.com/unplugged or call 587-6740, ext. 5014.Family History Assistance DayLARGO Pinellas Genealogy Society and Largo Public Library are offering Family History Assistance Day, on Saturday, April 27, noon to 4 p.m., in the Jenkins Room on the first floor of the library. Bring information about your family and receive free one-on-one assistance from a consultant from the society. Beginners are especially encouraged to attend and experience the process of tracing their genealogical history. Society members also will be giving tours of the librarys Genealogy Center and available classes. 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Weekly events Square dancing: Fridays, 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. Spend the evening dancing country-style to professional caller Allen Snell. The cost is $6. Swing dancing: Saturdays, 7 to 11 p.m. Enjoy an evening of dancing and socializing on a 5,600-square-foot sprung hardwood floor. Free lessons from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by a dance with music by DJ Savoy Swing. The cost is $6 with a recreation card and $7 without one. Bay Area Singles dance : Sundays, 6 to 10 p.m. Dress to impress, and join about 150 singles and friends of all ages to dance to an extensive music library to fit every taste. Cost is $8.

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Largo 3A Leader, April 4, 2013 Annual Kids and Canine CarnivalFun For Everyone ... Including The Family Dog! Saturday, April 6, 201310am-3pm Rain or Shine! Largo Central Park 101 Central Park Drive Vendor Space Goes Fast!One of the most well-attended events in the state! Get your Vendor or Sponsorship info by calling Michele Simmons at 727.776.7250or emailing her at mmtarantino@yahoo.com or online at largokiwanis.orgThe Play HouseContest & Games for Children and Pets Ride on the Largo Central Railroad Tree ClimbingThe Bark CafFood court and beverages for all ages!The Activity MidwayObedience, skill and safety Health screening and more!The Doggy MallAccessories and servicesVeterinarian of the Year Award PresentationLook for forms at vet offices, newspapers and online to nominate your vetK-9 Demonstration at 1:30pmMeet Murphy! Purchased by the Kiwanis Club for the Largo K-9 UnitIntroducing SnapperA therapy dog from the childrens book,Hold My Paw, her true storyAdoptables from Area Rescue Groups and Shelters See You There! Please bring towels, blankets, sheets, dog food and other donations for our rescue dogs! 32813 4413 Sold Out! 031413 032113 Fire Rescue names employee of the yearLARGO Largo Fire Rescue recently named department administrative assistant Julie Barlet as the Fire Service Employee of the Year. Barlet has worked for the agency since June 2006. She regularly volunteers and assists with most of the agencys annual events. Some examples of her work include her participation in the Muscular Dystrophy Association dinner dances, an open house and the Largo Citizens Academy. She also attends the four-day burn camp as an adult buddy. Currently, Barlet serves on the citys Employee Recognition Committee, and she handles the Special Needs Evacuation Project for residents who require assistance or evacuation in the time of a disaster. This project is ongoing and requires almost year-round coordination to ensure the stability of the program. Often Barlet will contact residents to ensure their needs are met and we have made the proper arrangements should they need to evacuate. This is in addition to her regular duties. Recently, Barlet played a large role in assisting with the food preparation and food service at the funeral of Chaplain Paul Pierce. This was a large undertaking and was an appreciated service for his family and friends. In fact, for any program that Largo Fire Rescue hosts, Barlet makes all the arrangements, supplies the food, and ensures the facilities are ready for our gathering. Julie Barlet Photos courtesy of LARGO FIRE RESCUENew paramedics, from left, Kristen Williamson, Jordan Gross and Matthew Gouge are set to join the ranks of Largo Fire Rescue. Last week, the probationary employees began an 40-hour administrative period where they toured the fire stations, got fitted for their protective equipment, toured the communication center and received an introduction to the self-contained breathing apparatuses that the agency utilizes. Their first day training within a 24-hour shift was April 2 and will continue for about a month, said department spokesman Assistant Chief Mike Handoga.New paramedics City to host student video contestLARGO The city of Largo is holding a What I Love About Largo video contest for students in kindergarten through 12th grade who live or attend school within the city. The contest is being held in conjunction with the citys Community Values campaign, which seeks input from citizens and the business community to identify community priorities through an online survey and workshops. The city encourages contestants to be creative and have fun, using the video setting of a digital camera or their smartphones. During last years community values survey and workshops, the city heard from hundreds of people who expressed a love for Largo, Assistant City Manager Henry Schubert said. This video contest is a great way for our youth to showcase their community pride for the city of Largo. By sharing their creativity, we hope to foster community spirit and promote Largos unique community identity. Video submissions must be delivered to Largo City Hall by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16. Qualifying entries will be posted to the citys website for a public showcase by May 1. Entries will be evaluated on creativity, originality, message and quality. The first place winner will receive a $250 Amazon gift card and the runner-up will receive a $100 Amazon gift card. Both winners will receive special recognition and a public viewing from the Mayor and city commission during a meeting in May. All content must be shot in the city of Largo, and the resulting video must be less than five minutes in length. Entries can be simple video clips or fullyedits segments. For full contest details and information about the Community Values survey and workshops, please visit Largo.com/values. Around townSecond Daisy Chain event planned LARGO The second Daisy Chain charitable event, to benefit a family in need of financial aid, will be held April 6, 8 a.m., at 3824 Harbor Hill Drive. Daisy Chain has been collecting garage sale and auction items to help raise money for this years cause. All proceeds from the event will go to a family that has high medical expenses because the father lost his job and has a rare form of cancer. The family has three children. For more information, call 776-2388.Shred, recycle documents April 20LARGO The city of Largo will host another Shredfest, the free, paper shredding event where residents can bring their personal documents to be securely shredded and recycled on Saturday, April 20, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 1551 Starkey Road. This drive-thru event makes it easy for the public to ensure their personal documents are handled properly by ProShreds mobile shredding trucks, said Marissa Segundo, Largos recycling coordinator. Bring up to five file boxes of paper per car to be shredded and recycled. There is no need to remove staples, tape, paper clips or rubber bands. In celebration of Earth Day, ProShred will recycle all shredded data. File boxes will be collected by the city of Largo and recycled. This is a winning event for residents and the environment, said Segundo. Last Shredfest we recycled 22,800 pounds of shredded paper saving 194 trees. For more information or directions to the event, visit LargoRecycles.com or call 587-6760.

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4A Largo Leader, April 4, 2013 Photo by JIM LAYFIELDEighteen-month-old Tia Sutton of Largo stands amid the Easter Bunny tracks on the sidewalk in front of her house March 24. Children in the Shadow Pines subdivision in Largo have been waking up Easter morning to find bunny tracks leading to their door for the last 14 years.Bunny tracksgeneral election ballot for a penny sales tax to pay for public transportation improvements. Welch said voters would decide whether to eliminate the current property tax that pays for Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and replace it with a countywide penny sales tax. He said revenue from a sales tax would allow PSTA to dramatically improve our transportation system, including faster, more flexible, more frequent bus service, light rail service connecting Clearwater, St. Petersburg and the Gateway area, regional connections to Tampa and other destinations, and other projects that will improve mobility in our county. Welch then focused on the need for more collaboration between local governments and other county stakeholders to take on the more complex issues. He said an approach was needed that moves beyond the silos of government and community services to encompass everyone governments, nonprofits, businesses, neighborhoods, families, faithbased organizations and others to best serve the needs. In a time of reduced resources, working together beyond traditional boundaries of jurisdictions not only provides a larger pool of resources but also supports a more comprehensive set of solutions to longstanding and complex problems, which have a high cost to the entire community. Welch said the educational achievement gap, generational poverty, chronic unemployment, recidivism, substance abuse and poor health outcomes all have a tangible cost to the community. If we can lower those impacts through more effective services and prevention, we can lower the costs to the taxpayers, empower individuals and families to become financially independent and strengthen our community for the long term, he said. Welch said a good example of a collaborative approach is project Safe Harbor led by Sheriff Bob Gualtieri in partnership with the county, cities and local service providers. Safe Harbor is a homeless services project, which provides shelter for up to 400 homeless individuals, many of whom would otherwise be housed at the county jail at a much higher cost, Welch said. Welch then talked about the budget for fiscal year 2014, which begins Oct. 1. He outlined some of the hardships that came from six years of budget deficits. He said more than 1,700 jobs were cut and the general fund budget was reduced by 30 percent. In fact, the number of employees under the county administrator has been reduced by 35 percent and represents the same staffing level as it was 28 years ago in 1985. So, rest assured we are working leaner. We are working smarter. We have narrowed our services and we are doing more with less, Welch said. Still, there is a projected $12 million shortfall expected for 2014. Plans call for using the budget stabilization fund to make up the difference between projected revenues and expenses. Welch pointed out that the savings account money was one-time dollars and would not be available to help balance the budget in future years. Welch then turned his attention to what he described as one of the bright lights for our economy. Welch said, Even during the recession, Pinellas County tourism has set records for overnight visits and bed tax receipts as tourists continue to discover our world-class beaches, arts and sports venues and diverse cultural amenities. But even in this area of excellence, we must carefully invest our resources to ensure that our tourism economy continues to thrive. In 2012, more than 5.4 million tourists visited Pinellas County, producing an economic impact of more than $7 billion dollars. Welch explained that the 5 percent bed tax is charged to visitors who stay in our area hotels. Last year, the bed tax generated $28 million a record annual total. About 20 percent of the money goes to pay debt service on Tropicana Field the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. Now, as you may know, the Rays have requested a future site for a new ballpark and potentially may request continued county support, Welch said. While any new park is years away, the county has initiated a much-needed dialogue with the Rays and we look forward to a broader conversation and with the city of St. Petersburg and the community as a whole. The debt service for Tropicana Field will be paid in 2015, and Welch said there is a growing list of potential project funding requests from the aquarium project in Clearwater to an Olympic BMX and spring training facilities. The extra money may be needed to pay for beach nourishment as federal and state funding is reduced. The needs are many and the funding source is limited, Welch said. Like all of our investments, we must analyze the needs carefully and maximize the return on investment of bed tax dollars in the best longterm interest of our community. Welch encouraged Pinellas County citizens to get involved. He urged them to visit the countys website, www.pinellascounty.org, for information or to interact with officials. Whether you would like to weigh-in on our upcoming budget, or comment on what transportation improvements youd like to see, or simply share an idea for improving our community, your commission welcomes your thoughts and suggestions and we value your perspective, Welch said. The state of the county message is on PCC-TV at noon, 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on weekdays; 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on weekends. PCC-TV is available on Bright House Networks Channel 622, Verizon Channel 44 and Knology Channel 18. right, we just say, Oh thats OK; pirates dont know how to spell, she said. And pirates dont have many rules. We like to think outside the box. It was attitude that attracted Phaff when she first met Miranda. The two have been artists for about 30 years and regularly toured art shows Miranda with his driftwood sculptures and Phaff with painted masks and her iconic fish. In 2001, they had neighboring booths at the Old Island Days Art Festival in Key West. Miranda was well established in Largo and Phaff was seriously considering a permanent move from Michigan to Florida, which boasted a longer art show season. The two hit it off. I liked his attitude, so we got together, Phaff explained succinctly with a laugh. The couple still travel to the same art show in Key West to celebrate their anniversary. But these days, as they drive through the state, they stop in towns along the way and look for furniture and treasures to sell in their shop. We find all kinds of crazy things when we go down there, Phaff said.A new startPirates of Largo is two doors down from the Miranda Gallery, which Frank Miranda has kept closed since the thrift store opened in December. Hes hoping to renovate the art gallery, the home of his business for more than 10 years. It needs a fresh coat of everything on it, he said. The new location has better visibility and more room. The ceilings are tall, allowing the couple to make it look a little more special, Phaff explained. The building itself has been a house, a pub and most recently, an auto repair shop. We used to get our cars fixed here, Phaff said. We always liked the building but never considered owning it. Pirates of Largo also gives Miranda a new business venture. After 30 years of making a living as an artist, he said hes kind of burned out. Its been getting tougher and tougher to make a living on the art shows. Theyre expensive to do with traveling and the fees. Its gotten more competitive, Phaff explained. People are buying less but the shows are getting bigger. So it just makes a lot of sense for us to be here. Pirates of Largo gives the couple a new outlet for their work. Phaff often paints distressed furniture with palm trees and her signature bright colors. She said she envisions her boyfriends work with driftwood manifesting into earthly and unique furniture. Were concentrating on getting this (store) up and going. And then I think I do want to get back into artwork, Miranda said. We will be bringing some of our artwork in here also. We just havent gotten around to it yet, there are so many other treasures. The couple said they generally seek out artistic or decorative pieces to sell in their store, appreciating unique and handmade items as artists. So its really a second time around for artwork in our store, Miranda said. They sold out of a collection of lobster shells mounted on wood that they found in Key West, for example. Smaller items anything from books on fish, Earnest Hemingway and art history to antique banks, old cast-iron cannons, pieces of sea glass and knives make up a majority of the sales, even on a good day. I think the ... hand-painted furniture attracts people, but were making it on lots of little things too, Phaff said. Miranda added the stores success thus far is a reflection of their pirate-themed prices. Thats part of the name too: finding something inexpensive and selling it inexpensively, Miranda explained. Its not like we need to make a ton of money on just a couple of little pieces fast. We plan on being here for a while.The renovated areaMiranda has the unique perspective as the owner of both a new and older business in the Clearwater-Largo Road Redevelopment District. Ive seen it come a long way from what it was, he said. Its on the way up, definitely. Phaff said they have watched the redevelopment happen, from the improved landscaping to better streets. Pedestrian traffic has increased both in quality and quantity, with more families walking from Bayside Courts apartment complex and less undesirables populating the area, Miranda said. The addition of restaurants that encourage customers to linger in the area is a step in the right direction, they said. Miranda added that the area is getting a reputation for its collection of thrift stores and consignment shops. Were hearing from customers that theyve been told to come to this street if they want this kind of thing, Phaff said. Were starting to get a lot of repeat customers. The owners of the respective stores refer customers to one another, given that each offers a unique selection, she added. So far, Pirates of Largo boasts an ample supply of treasure. Were finding that were already starting to run out of room, Miranda admitted. Pirates of Largo, at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road, is open Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 518-0071. typically ends our ability to enforce the state statute at that point because they will not discuss with us the necessary elements needed to make a prostitution case. Instead, the proposed ordinance allows officers to make an arrest if they observe a suspect doing at least three of a list of behaviors associated with prostitution. These behaviors include, among others, repeatedly stopping pedestrians, repeatedly hailing drivers and gesturing to, touching or exposing private areas. The suspect must have a prior conviction or have pleaded no contest to a prostitution charge within the last two years in order for an officer to make the arrest. Under the proposed ordinance, police also can arrest a suspect if she asks an undercover officer to expose himself or touch her inappropriately, essentially making the common screening process illegal. Admitting his own naivety on the subject, Commission Michael Smith asked what the department was doing to convince the Johns and pimps involved in prostitution. Bruno said the department conducted separate undercover operations, usually with a female officer, to go after the other side of the problem. This ordinance wouldnt really do much to go after the actual pimp that benefits from prostitution, he clarified. Smith also was concerned the ordinance would lead to the accidental arrest of someone unassociated with prostitution. We designed (the ordinance) that way specifically so we wouldnt have someone thats just flagging down a vehicle and confused, Bruno said. The cities of Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa enforce similar ordinances. In particular, Largo police worked with the Clearwater Police Department to observe the effectiveness of its enforcement of the rule. Since 2008, Largos problem oriented policing unit has made 57 arrests for prostitution. The commission unanimously approved the first reading of the proposed ordinance. The second and final reading is scheduled for April 16.Charter review committee chosenThe city of Largo received a total of 35 applications from residents who wanted to be a part of the charter review committee. From the applicants, commissioners ranked their top seven choices on a ballot during the April 2 meeting. The vote resulted in the selection of seven members to the committee: John Boscarino, Patricia Edmond, Marie Etheridge, Gay Gentry, Jaksa Petrovic, Tanya Pistillo and Sue Porter. Jose Valdes, Beverly Gatewood and Ginny Nelson were named alternates. Initially, the commission had decided to name only two alternates. However, Gatewood and Nelson twice tied in votes for the position, and commissioners agreed to resolve the matter by naming both as alternates. The charter review committee is scheduled to first meet on April 23 at 6 p.m. PROSTITUTION, from page 1A ADDRESS, from page 1APhotos by JULIANA A. TORRESBelow, artist couple Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaff stand among the treasures they sell in their shop, Pirates of Largo. At left, Phaff paints some of the furniture she and Miranda sell at the shop, like the table pictured. Above, Miranda and Phaff said they end up selling a lot of collectibles, trinkets and treasures, like some of the pirate-themed pieces displayed here. PIRATES, from page 1Atherefore did not have the respect of those whom he was promoted past. No one cares for Joe (Pennino) in Ops Chief (He) didnt earn it, District Chief Brian Brady stated in his interview. Brady said Pennino took crews out to train them to death with new things learned from YouTube. Others also cited his familiarity with technology as a positive that nonetheless did not make him a good operations chief. The role is one that has to be earned by time in the grade, and Penninos management style was too abrasive, said District Chief Kevin Brennan. I like Joe as a person, however, you need to win peoples souls as part of being a good leader, he said. Joe Pennino does not have the respect from the troops Staff feel like they are training Joe on the job when he is supposed to be leading them as the Chief of Operations. More offensive than Penninos lack of management skills was the fact that he was promoted above leaders with years more experience sometimes measured in decades than he could claim. Why do they forgo seasoned officers and go with a nine-year employee who doesnt know history or have operational experience? Lt. Steve Bourne questioned. Penninos promotion caused personnel to question Wallaces judgment, especially after he began visiting the stations, reportedly to explain why he had hired Pennino. Why are you explaining it? Lt. Joe Kelly questioned. It is because most people didnt understand why Joe was in that job because he has no experience. If you have to explain, maybe the wrong choice was made. Willis has since moved Pennino to chief of logistics. Dave Mixson was moved to chief of operations, where he had previously served. But the problems with the department didnt end there. Sinz noted that firefighters felt that there was increased discipline, particularly for offenses that had never been an issue. Personnel frequently referenced two incidents in particular, nicknamed Squadgate and Pagergate. Squadgate referenced an incident that got media attention in April 2012 when five firefighters were reprimanded with time off without pay for cheating on written tests by referencing previous versions of the test. The firefighters argued that they always had been able to reference such study material and said the sudden rule was unfair. The fire union sided with them and repaid the firefighters for their lost wages. Lt. Dean Chester explained in his interview that the staff had always done training together and had old tests to study from. Why dont we throw away the test, redo the test think about how the study process has always worked and assume the best for our employees, he said. Instead, the firefighters were beaten down, drug through the newspaper. The way it was handled was a morale killer, Chester said. Wallace responded to the situation in part through an email that firefighters later described as condescending, self-aggrandizing and just odd an example of his attitude toward his personnel. In the email, he explained how he served in the Israeli military at age 21 and called for his subordinates to do the right thing. In 1976, I was 21 years old. I am now 56 and although I have aged, my sense of duty, honor and integrity have never wavered, the letter concluded. Pagergate referred to the aftermath of new policies for the care of pagers enacted after two firefighters accidentally damaged theirs. Small stuff was being disciplined, and staff didnt understand why, Chester said. Adding salt to that wound, staff reported that Wallace would make fun of the firefighters involved in Pagergate in front of their peers. He had a habit of talking poorly of staff members when they were not around and engaging in heated discussions with his subordinates at the fire stations, Sinzs report concluded. Many of the reports, especially from those higher in leadership, included some confusion even as far as a lament as to why Wallace acted the way he did. I feel at some point, Chief Wallace may have been effective. However, his leadership at some point became ineffective with no ability to lead or influence. Based on this, Chief Wallace became vindictive toward those who questioned him and/or were no longer following him, District Chief Josh Stefancic stated. Many of Wallaces colleagues remembered how he always had the back of his fellow firefighters as he worked his way up through the ranks at Largo Fire Rescue, before he was hired as a deputy chief in a different city. But something changed when he was hired as chief. I have tried to talk to Mike (Wallace). I am not sure if (he is) power hungry? Is he narcissistic? What happened? He is a very sharp, intelligent person, Brennan said. We need strong leadership. We do not have it now. INVESTIGATION, from page 1A

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The intersection of Belcher and Ulmerton roads was shut down for a couple of hours while police investigated the scene.Weapons, police items stolen from PCSOPINELLAS PARK Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies assigned to the burglary and pawn unit are asking for the publics help to find a suspect who stole weapons and other police items from an unmarked vehicle in Pinellas Park. Sometime between 5 p.m. March 11 and 7 a.m. March 12, someone burglarized an unmarked Sheriffs Office vehicle parked near 80th Avenue North and 41st Street North in Pinellas Park. The burglar gained access to the trunk and stole a Rock River Arms Rifle with magazines, a Glock-model pistol with Blackhawk paddle holster and dropdown leg holster as well as a black vest with Sheriff on the front and back in white letters. The contents of the vest that were also stolen included Glockmodel magazines, a tactical flashlight, a Bench Mark knife, a set of Smith and Wesson handcuffs and a radio holder. In addition, a black nylon duty belt with handcuff case, expandable baton and holder, and a magazine pouch were taken. The suspect also stole a black tri-fold leather wallet with a silver Sheriffs star badge and two agency credentials. Anyone with information that may assist detectives in identifying a suspect is asked to contact Detective Chris Parkins of the Burglary and Pawn Unit at 727-582-6200; or to remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.Man charged with shooting neighborSEMINOLE Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives arrested a Seminole man about 1:45 a.m. March 28 for aggravated battery with a firearm after they say he shot his neighbor following an ongoing dispute. According to investigators, the victim, Richard Wacker, 47, went to the home of Donald Hindes Sr. 81, about 9 p.m. March 27 to confront him regarding an ongoing neighbor dispute. When Hindes did not answer the door, Wacker left. A short time later, Hindes left his residence in his vehicle. As Hindes was exiting the gate at the Kapok Grand subdivision at Kapok Grand Circle and Duhme Road in unincorporated Seminole, Wacker appeared from behind some bushes and began pounding on Hindes vehicle window, detectives said. Hindes fired a shot at Wacker from within his vehicle. Wacker was transported to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Hindes was arrested for aggravated battery with a firearm and transported to the Pinellas County Jail without further incident. Bond was set at $5,000.Child pornography lands man in jailDUNEDIN Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested a Dunedin man about 8 a.m. March 26 for 10 counts of possession of child pornography and one count of promoting the sexual performance of a child. According to the sheriffs report, Lawrence Lemieux, 48, confessed to downloading and sharing the child pornography using his computer. The victims depicted in the pornographic material are prepubescent males. Deputies arrested Lemieux after an undercover investigation that began Dec. 20, 2012. Through their investigation detectives assigned to the crimes against children unit identified a potential suspect who was sharing child pornography videos via the Internet. Detectives obtained a search warrant, which was served at the suspects residence about 7 a.m. Detectives said Lemieuxs computer contained additional videos of prepubescent males engaging in sexual activity. Lemieux also admitted to knowledge of sharing the files via the internet. Lemieux was booked into the Pinellas County Jail just before 9 a.m. Bond for the 11 charges totals $60,000.Nurses aide charged with molesting patientLEALMAN Pinellas Detectives arrested a nurses aide at a Lealman assisted living facility after he inappropriately touched an elderly female patient. According to the sheriffs report, Joshua Baker, 28, of St. Petersburg was observed by another nurses aide on top of an elderly female patient, who was naked on a bed, about 4 p.m. Saturday, March 23. Baker reportedly had his pants down, but was still wearing underwear, immediately got off the patient and made statements to the effect of This isnt what it looks like and I dont want to go to jail, according to the deputies report. Patrol deputies and robbery/homicide detectives interviewed all parties involved in the matter, including the suspect, and developed enough probable cause to arrest Baker. He was charged with one count of lewd and lascivious molestation of an elderly/disabled person. He was booked into the Pinellas County Jail. Bond was set at $10,000. Baker has since resigned from the ALF. He reportedly only worked there for a few months. At this time, there does not appear to be any other victims.PCSO investigates fire at Smokin CiggysLEALMAN Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives assigned to the arson and theft division are investigating a fire at a business in the Lealman area. According to the sheriffs report, deputies responded to the structure fire at Smokin Ciggys, 5650 66th St. N., about 2:30 a.m. Monday, March 25. During the incident, the buildings roof collapsed. Damage to the building was estimated at about $150,000. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time. The investigation continues. Man injured in fall from rooftopMADEIRA BEACH A Clearwater man was injured March 29 when he fell or jumped from the roof of a garage at Johns Pass in Madeira Beach. Pinellas County sheriffs deputies responded to a call just after midnight at 177 Boardwalk Place in Madeira Beach. According to deputies, Nicholas Voutsinas, 31, and a friend had climbed up to a restricted roof area of the parking garage (about seven stories high) to get a better view of the city. The friend decided to come down while Voutsinas remained. Deputies say by the time the friend reached the ground floor, Voutsinas was already laying in the roadway. The fall rendered Voutsinas unconscious. He was transported by air to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries. He sustained multiple fractures to his face, leg and pelvis. He was reportedly in stable condition as of April 1. Deputies say Voutsinas had alcohol in his system. They said it was unclear whether he fell or jumped. The investigation continues.Former jail inmate arrested for perjuryCLEARWATER A former inmate of the Pinellas County Jail was arrested April 1 for perjury after he falsely claimed detention deputies had battered him. The suspect alleged the incident occurred at the Pinellas County Jail following his arrest for disorderly intoxication by the St. Petersburg Police Department on Oct. 7, 2012. Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies are seeking information about a burglary of an unmarked vehicle in which several police items were taken including weapons. Persons with information may be eligible for a reward, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. Donald Hindes Sr. Joshua Baker Lawrence Lemieux See POLICE BEAT, page 6A

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He further stated the detention deputies grabbed him by his feet, picked him up by his feet, held his feet against the wall and held him upside down on top of his head. An investigation was conducted into Nikolics allegations. Another deputy testified that he was able to see the sergeant in the holding cell the entire time; and that at no time did he witness the sergeant have any physical contact with Nikolic. He further testified he never saw the detention deputy physically approach Nikolic. A Pinellas County Jail nurse who examined Nikolic immediately after the alleged incident and two hours later also testified that she checked his head and ankles for injuries and found none. Deputies said following his release from jail, Nikolic went to a local hospital and attempted to have a doctor diagnose him with a concussion. The doctor found no evidence of a concussion. Through their investigation and the evidence found in this case, deputies determined that Nikolic lied in his testimony and falsely accused the detention deputies of battery. He was charged with one count of false report of a crime and one count of perjury in an official proceeding. He was released on $2,150 surety bond April 1. The investigation continues. According to investigators with the Sheriffs administrative investigation division, Chad Everett Nikolic, 31, of St. Petersburg provided a sworn, court reported statement to the Sheriffs AID Oct. 30, 2012, in which he alleged that after being handcuffed and shackled he was left to sit in a holding cell. He stated that a detention sergeant and deputy entered the cell and committed a battery against him. According to investigators, while under oath, Nikolic alleged that the detention deputies pickedPublic input needed to shape countys budget for new year By SUZETTE PORTEROn Wednesday, April 10, Pinellas County officials will be gathering at St. Petersburg College in Seminole to meet with the public about the coming years budget. The 2014 Budget Community Forum begins with an open house in SPCs digitorium common area from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Citizens are then invited to move inside the digitorium for an eTownHall from 7 to 8 p.m. County staff is already working on the budget for 2014. County Administrator Bob LaSala has until July to prepare a balanced budget proposal to present to Pinellas County Commissioners. The departments that report to the administrator, as well as the constitutional offices and others that are funded by county government, are currently in the process of submitting budget requests that the administrator will use to finalize his proposal, according to Budget Director Eric Naughton. For now, many budget questions are unknown, Naughton said. The expectation is that budgets for most will remain close to the same as the current year, with some adjustments for inflation. Plans call for maintaining current levels of service as much as possible. Naughton, who has 25 years of government experience as a finance professional, began his job in October 2012, the beginning of the current fiscal year. This is his first year to work on Pinellas Countys budget preparations. Most of his career has been in areas near his hometown, New York City, and the Long Island Region. He came to the county after serving as budget director for Nassau County New York, which has an operating budget of $2.6 billion. The county is in a relatively strong fiscal position and did a great job managing the downturn in the economy, he said by email. I admire the importance the county places on citizen input. Many places have public hearings after the budget is proposed, but here input is requested during the beginning of the budget process. One of the reasons the countys reaches out to its citizens is to ensure that taxpayer dollars are used to provide the best service. The county prefers to hear from the public early in the budget process, before the bulk of the work is complete, to be able to better accommodate requests. Naughton said there are areas where the countys budget needs exceed projected revenue. Those areas include the general fund, which pays for much of the operational costs, the transportation fund, which keeps roadways in good repair, and Emergency Medical Services, an area county leaders have struggled to pay for due to continued cost increases and revenue shortfalls. Although the county is not expected to make big cuts in services as in past years, and layoffs are not expected, commissioners still need citizens opinions on where best to spend their money. Some budget needs are non-negotiable as they are mandates of county charter and local policy. Others are mandates from the federal and state government. Naughton said he chose a career in public service because he wanted to witness how policy decisions were made and receives satisfaction in knowing that the work that he does provides the basis for those decisions. He looks forward to taking part in the countys budget making process. He hopes that his experiences will assist Pinellas achieve even greater levels of success. Naughton will join county commissioners and staff as they greet the public, answer questions and listen to feedback during the April 10 open house. A series of informational booths will be set up throughout the common area where citizens can learn more about county government. Bay News 9 senior anchor Al Ruechel will moderate this years eTownHall event in SPCs digitorium. County commissioners and the administrator will take questions from the community as they discuss the budget, strategies for the future and their vision for the community. Residents unable to attend the live event can view the eTownHall proceedings through a webcast at www.pinellascounty.org or on PCC-TV on Bright House Channel 622, Knology Channel 18 or Verizon Pinellas County is hosting a budget open house and eTownHall proceedings Wednesday, April 10, at St. Petersburg College in Seminole.Channel 44. Large screen viewing areas will be set up at other SPC campuses. Questions and comments can be submitted through the online blog at the countys website, which opens at 9 a.m. Monday, April 8. Residents also can participate during the live event via Twitter and by calling 1-888-409-5380. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/etownhall. The St. Petersburg College Seminole campus is at 9200 113th St. N. Signs will be posted leading the way to the digitorium. Naughton said county commissioners, as the policy-making body, would take all the feedback from the public and county staff and weigh needs and alignment with their strategic plans. A number of work sessions and budget work sessions are scheduled in June and July, and the public is welcome to attend. Commissioners must notify the property appraiser of proposed millage rates by Aug. 2. Truth in Millage statements will be mailed to property owners Aug. 19. The tentative final budget should be posted on the countys website by Sept. 3. Final decisions about millage rates and budgets must be made before the budget year begins on Oct. 1. The first public hearing is scheduled on Sept. 5. The final hearing, during which millage rates and budgets will be approved, is Sept. 17. For information about the FY 2014 budget, visit www.pinellascounty.org/budget. Click on the Submit Your Suggestions graphic to offer comments about funding of programs and services. Click on the Get Involved link on the left-side menu for more information about participating in the budget process. POLICE, from page 5A Chad Nikolic Help solve crimesReport crime anonymously and be eligible for an award through Crime Stoppers of Pinellas County. Call 800-873-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org. Follow the Largo police on Facebook. Search for the Largo Police Department.

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The unemployment rate for the MSA dropped from 9.4 percent in February 2012 to 7.4 percent for the same month in 2013. Pin ellas Countys rate dropped 9.1 percent in February 2012 to 7.3 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January this year was 7.8 percent. Other counties in the local MSA also report dramatic drops in unemployment compared to February 2012. Hernando dropped from 12.2 percent to 9 percent. Pasco County went from 10.8 percent to 8.2 percent. Hillsborough County reports a decline from 9 percent from 7.2 percent. Februarys report also shows an increase in the labor force for the MSA, going from 1,311,051 last year to 1,332,568. Last year, 123,691 were unemployed. This year, 99,271 were unemployed. In Pinellas, the labor force increased from 436,453 in February 2012 to 444,403 in 2013. Last February 39,750 were unemployed and 32,352 were unemployed in February 2013. The governor also reported good news for Tampa Bay in terms of job demands for high-wage employment. The Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA was first among the state metros in online job demand in February 2013 with 41,782 openings, Scott said. The metro area was also first in the state in demand for STEM occupations with 11,474 openings in February, an increase of 5.7 percent over the year. STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM jobs are considered high wage and high skill. Statewide, unemployment is continuing to decrease with a not seasonally adjusted rate of 9 percent reported in February 2012 to 7.5 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January was 8 percent. The United States unemployment rate in February 2012 was 8.7 percent and 8.1 percent in February of the current year. The unemployment rate in January was 8.5 percent. Scott listed a number of positives, including an increase in annual job growth for 31 consecutive months and a rise in month-to-month job growth for 19 of the past 20 months. Florida Economic Estimating Conference estimates that more than 900,000 new jobs will be created by 2018. Our efforts to reduce taxes, pay down state debt and grow the economy, demonstrates our success in growing jobs for Florida families, Scott said. While todays announcement is great news, we know we have more work to do to ensure every Florida family that wants a job can get one. This chart shows unemployment in the state compared to the nation trend from February 2003 to February 2013. It uses data from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Bureau of Labor Market Statistics. By SUZETTE PORTERTALLAHASSEE Februarys unemployment report is good news for Pinellas County. Its also good news for the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metro Area, which led all 23 MSAs in over the year job creation with a gain of more than 33,000 jobs. The local MSA includes Hernando, Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. Gov. Rick Scott announced the good news hours after the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity released Februarys employment figures. Scott said Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA had a 2.0 percentage point decline in the unemployment rate, down to 7.4 percent, not seasonally adjusted. Since December 2010, the local MSAs unemployment rate has dropped from 11.4 percent to 7.4 percent. Everything we do is geared toward job creation and today we have more proof that its working, Scott said in a press release. The creReclaimed water restrictions in placeThe seasonal reclaimed water restrictions for Pinellas County reclaimed water customers began Monday, April 1, in accordance with Pinellas County Code 82-3. These reductions help avoid reclaimed water shortages during Floridas traditional dry seasons (April to June and October to November). From April 1 to June 30, irrigation with reclaimed water supplied by Pinellas County is limited to three days per week, based on the residents home address. The mandatory seasonal restrictions state: Watering is prohibited in the daytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. No reclaimed watering is permitted on Monday. If your house number ends in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. If your house number ends in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. If your property contains a mix of addresses or if an address cannot be determined, such as common areas associated with a residential subdivision, water on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Overwatering can damage a lawn. Customers are encouraged to limit irrigation with reclaimed water to three days a week or less throughout the year. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/reclaimed or call 464-4000.

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Registration open for annual Turtle Trot 5K through Largo parks8A Health & Fitness Leader, April 4, 2013 011713When you need help with your debts.Bankruptcy I Litigation Foreclosure Defense(727) 397-55718640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FLColin A. Colgan, Esq. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Tampa Bays PREMIER WELLNESS COACH and AMERICAS NEWEST HEALTH CRUSADERDr. James J. Barile, Ph.D.Invites You to Join Him for a FREE Brunc h, Wellness Seminar and Workshop at the A ward Winning Wine Cellar Restaurant(17307 Gulf Blvd., North Redington Beach)April 6th & 20th at 11amCALL NOW, Seating is Limited800-726-WELL (9355)If youre not getting the results you expected under ordinary medical care, then get a second opinion from a drug free health care provider who detects and corrects the underlining cause of your poor health. 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Various aspects of ObamaCare have already been enacted, including: Regulations on insurance companies eliminating lifetime limits on coverage and requiring them to provide coverage for all applicants, at similar rates, regardless of pre-existing conditions. Two key features of the 906-page law that will begin in 2014 are the individual mandate and the employer mandate. The individual mandate requires nonexempt persons to obtain minimum essential health insurance for themselves and their nonexempt family members, or pay a penalty when filing their income taxes. Who is exempt? If you are in jail or a member of an Indian tribe or an undocumented immigrant or if you earn less then $9,300 as an individual or $18,700 as a family or on a government program such as Medicare or are covered through your employer, then the new laws will have no impact on you. If you belong to none of those groups then the clock starts ticking in 2014. Beginning in 2014 if you earn less than $28,500 as a family and dont have insurance you must pay a penalty of $285 or 1 percent of the family income, whichever is greater to the IRS. Penalties in the form of taxes rise every year thereafter until it reaches 2.5 percent of your income. The employer mandate will require businesses that employ more than 50 full time employees to offer health insurance coverage or pay a penalty of $2,000 for each uninsured worker. So far no one knows exactly how many currently employed full time workers will be reduced to part time employees. Beginning in 2014, individuals and families purchasing health insurance on their own will be able to shop for insurance in new stateor federal-run health care exchanges. These exchanges will provide four basic levels of coverage: bronze, silver, gold and platinum with coverage ranging from 60 percent of your medical costs to platinum which will cover 90 percent of costs. In each case, the remaining percentage is left to the insured to pay through deductibles, copayments and coinsurance. So far, no one knows exactly how much insurance plans on the exchanges will cost. Under the new federal health care law, individuals and families for whom purchasing insurance is deemed unaffordable will be exempt from having to pay the tax penalty. Those with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level will be eligible for Medicaid. And people with incomes up to 400 percent of the poverty level will receive federal subsidies to help cover the cost of acquiring health insurance.Dr. George Kamajian II practices at 20001 Gulf Blvd., Suite 7, Indian Shores. Health mattersDr. George Kamajian St. Petersburg College joins senior training programCLEARWATER St. Petersburg College was recently chosen to join the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, a national effort to train 10,000 baby boomers for new jobs in health care, education and social services. The American Association of Community Colleges sponsors the program. SPC will offer older adults the opportunity to obtain a college level certificate in several health care professions, said Sheila Newberry, program director for the Health Information Management programs. The nationwide initiative is designed to assist age 50-plus adults with the opportunity to attend college and train for a new or better career. The college is located in a community where almost a quarter of the population is currently over 50 years of age. It is well situated to provide learning opportunities and continuing education for older adults. Joining the Plus 50 Encore Completion program will greatly assist SPC in providing efficient and effective educational experiences to age 50plus learners with various training options in the field of healthcare. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of adults over age 55 in the workforce will grow to 25 percent in 2020, up from 13 percent in 2000. Through a grant, SPC will receive $15,000 over three years to assist adults ages 50 and older in completing an advanced certificate in health care. The program targets professionals already working in health who want to enhance their current credentials. The grant program prepares older adults for careers as certified health data analysts, a job that will continue to grow as the health care industry becomes more data-driven. The certification gives practitioners the knowledge to acquire, manage, analyze, interpret and transform data into accurate, consistent and timely information. SPC is one of 36 new colleges recently selected for the project. Since 2008, AACC and its network of Plus 50 Initiative colleges have worked with baby boomers and helped them prepare for new careers. Many adults age 50 and over want to train for new jobs that help others and are hiring, but they need to update their skills. Community colleges offer a supportive environment where baby boomers can train for new jobs quickly and affordably, while completing a marketable degree or certificate, said Mary Sue Vickers, director for the Plus 50 Initiative at AACC. In addition to receiving grant funds to augment training programs, participating colleges gain access to toolkits and extensive marketing resources tailored to reach baby boomers. Theyll also benefit from the advice and support of staff at other community colleges that have successfully implemented programs for older learners and understand the unique needs of the plus 50-student population. Get more information about the Plus 50 Initiative at AACC. LARGO The city of Largo and the Friends of Largo Nature Parks have teamed up to host the third annual Turtle Trot 5K on April 13, 8 a.m., starting at George C. McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th St. N. The Turtle Trot is a measured 3.1-mile flat course that will take participants through the well-kept trails and boardwalks of McGough and Bonner parks and on quiet neighborhood streets nearby. Shirts and racing bibs will be given out on race day and running time with online results will be provided for all runners. Awards will be given to the overall male and female runners, overall master male and female and the top three finishers in each age group. Post-race refreshments and water will be available. Raffle tickets will be available for a chance to win one of many great prizes, including local restaurant gift certificates, massage therapy gift certificates, theater tickets and more.Both parks are located on the Intracoastal Waterway and have great boardwalks and piers for post-race relaxing. Bring the kids and feed the turtles from the observation deck. Register at Active.com. The $25 race fee is nonrefundable and is limited to the first 500 runners. All proceeds from the race will go toward supporting Largo Nature Parks. Registration forms can be found online at LargoNature.com, or picked up at McGough Nature Park or Bonner Park, 14444 143rd St. N. Visit LargoNature.com or call 518-3047. Health briefsOstomy group to meetLARGO The Clearwater Ostomy Support Group will host its annual Ostomy Appliance Fair and Luncheon on Saturday, April 6, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 1199 S. Highland Ave. The fair will feature ostomy information and education. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about tools and supplies to make their lives easier. The fair will boast more than 20 vendors offering information and samples of new products. The event also will include door prizes and lunch. Ostomy nurses will be available to answer questions. For information, call Marilyn Bossard at 391-5682.Bon Secours to celebrate anniversaryST. PETERSBURG A Mass and reception celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bon Secours St. Petersburg Health System will be presented Wednesday, April 17, 5:30 p.m., on the grounds of Bon Secours Maria Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Care Center. Members of the public are invited to join the celebration. Mass will be celebrated by the Rev. Robert N. Lynch, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg. A reception and the unveiling of a display that presents the history of Maria Manor and the Bon Secours St. Petersburg Health System will follow the Mass. Those interested in attending the Mass and reception should call 568-1025 or email BonSecours_St.Petersburg@bshsi.org.FBS seeks O negative donations The need for blood donations, especially O negative, is extremely high and Florida Blood Services, a division of OneBlood Inc., is making a critical appeal. Due to increased blood transfusions in area hospitals, donations are needed immediately. Because donations are needed immediately, Florida Blood Services is urging blood donors to make an appointment, to walk into any branch location or mobile unit as soon as possible. O negative blood is the universal blood type-meaning any patient can receive O negative blood regardless of the recipients blood type. O negative is critical for trauma patients, premature babies and emergency surgeries. O negative blood donors can donate at any Florida Blood Services location or on any mobile. For donation locations, call 800-682-5663 or visit www.fbsdonor.org.

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Business 9A Leader, April 4, 2013 040413 Deja~New Boutique 1495 Indian Rocks Road S, Largo 727.216.3321 040413Store Hours: Mon.-Thur. 10:30-6 Fri. 10:30-5 Sat. 10:30-4Fine Consignor Womens Apparel NEWSPRINGITEMS ARRIVINGDAILY!Accepting Consignments by Appointment Haircare ProductsRRobertsandyen Co. classic & trend-setting styles for men and women 727.596.176314100 Walsingham Road, Largo 030713 Your Hair + Our Experience =The BESTof YOU! 25 Years of Excellence 032813 040413 040413 Wine Cellar Restaurant to close after sale to developer By BOB McCLURENORTH REDINGTON BEACH The Wine Cellar Restaurant, one of Pinellas Countys oldest landmarks, will close permanently on April 30. Kai Sonnenschein, son of owners Ted and Liesel Sonnenschein, said March 29 that a deal with an undisclosed developer for the 2-acre site at 17307 Gulf Blvd. has been struck, pending a closing in 90 to 120 days. Sonnenschein said the sales price is $3.3 million. Due to a confidentiality agreement with the buyer, Sonnenschein said the identity of the developer and the type of development that will go on the site could not be released. They plan to make a public announcement when the timing is right, said Sonnenschein. He said the deal is not with AG Development Group, which previously proposed purchasing the site to build a Sweetbay Supermarket. That deal fell through last fall when the Belgian Delhaize Group put a freeze on new development of grocery stores. Sonnenschein said most of the restaurants valuable antiques would be sold by auction in midto late-May by Bay Area Auctioneers of Pinellas Park. Liesel Sonnenschein said she and her husband are ready to retire. My husband (Ted) is 79 and Im going to be 76 soon, she said. So, its about time. Everything has to have an end sooner or later. Liesel credited hard work and quality food for the restaurants success over the years. I think it was hard work and striving to serve quality, she said. I think thats a big part of it. Plus, people say they like our atmosphere. The restaurant opened in the late 1940s as Kens Wine House under owner Ken Conlin. At the time, the restaurant was licensed to sell only beer and wine. So Conlin purchased the neighboring Zebra Lounge and joined the two businesses with a breezeway. The area was later enclosed and now is the same area known as the street. Peter Connell purchased the business in the mid1960s and it was renamed Connells Wine House. In the early 1970s it was sold again and became Pearls Wine House for a couple of years before Ted Sonnenschein partnered with former Don CeSar chef Karl Klumpp and former Bath Club manager Peter Schuckert to open the restaurant as the Wine Cellar. Banquet room seating for 200 was added in the early 1980s, which expanded the building to 23,000 square feet. Photo by BOB McCLUREThe Wine Cellar Restaurant has been a landmark restaurant in Pinellas County for four decades. Business updatesMagnifying Selections to openST. PETERSBURG Magnifying Selections Inc. celebrates its grand opening Thursday, April 4, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at 6644 Central Ave. Attendees will celebrate the low vision retail store opening and the introduction of the new Optelec ClearView + Speech for the visually impaired and the legally blind. This cutting-edge product can magnify text up to 85 times and also will read printed materials out loud. The event will include hors doeuvres and beverages, demos, information and a drawing for $200. There is no cost to attend. Attendees must RSVP to be entered in the drawing. For information, call 866-343-3395.Plumlee announces top agentINDIAN ROCKS BEACH Plumlee Gulf Beach Realty recently announced its top agent for the last quarter. Tim ONeil was top listing and sales agent for the last quarter.Vierling, Vorac earn awardsSEMINOLE The Vorac Group with Realty Executives Adamo and Associates recently was recognized for an outstanding year in listings and sales. Penny Vierling received the team buyers specialist Gold Award for $1.3 million in production for 2012. Caroleanne Vorac received the team listing specialist Gold Award for $5.1 million in production for 2012 as well as the Executive Club and 100 Percent Club award from Realty Executives Regional. Fass joins Vorac GroupSEMINOLE Janet Fass recently joined The Vorac Group of Realty Executives, Adamo and Associates. Fass will work as the team contract-to-close coordinator. Thorn Collection, Coldwell Banker team up with The Tams BELLEAIR The Thorn Collection and Coldwell Banker were the presenting sponsors at the March 10 Sundays in Belleair concert featuring The Tams and a tribute to Motown. More than 2,000 music lovers set up their lawn chairs and blankets, enjoyed great music and danced the evening away at Belleairs Dimmitt Community Center. The Sundays in Belleair concert series is hosted by the Belleair Parks and Recreation Department. I have always supported the Belleair Rec, said Martha Thorn in a press release. They do an excellent job working with children and they provide great programs. I feel very strongly about the town of Belleair. It wasnt the first time Thorn got to hear The Tams play live. The Tams played for my 40th birthday party, so I was excited about being a presenting sponsor.Showhomes franchise earns awardAt the recent Showhomes annual conference in Nashville, Tenn., Showhomes North Pinellas/Pasco was honored with the Circle of Excellence and Presidents Club Awards. Showhomes, a national home staging franchise, and its franchise partners have provided successful selling solutions for real estate professionals and homeowners in all economic market cycles for the past 26 years. Owner Carol Ackerman was recognized with Showhomes high honors for operational excellence, customer centric focus and highest quality in products and services in home staging. Ackerman has owned Showhomes North Pinellas/Pasco since 2009. The Tams have been entertaining audiences of all ages since they first hit the Atlanta music scene in 1962. Best known for their chart-topping hit Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy, The Tams crowdpleasing blasts from the past had everyone on their feet during the memorable evening in Belleair.

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Phone 727-343-0607.They provide an environment where you feel pampered by expert licensed experienced therapists. There are no contracts. Just enjoy this elegant environment as they release your stress without stressing out your pockets. Jump out of the frantic world of everyday life into an eternal calm. Feel refreshed and recharged without guilt about the amount you spend on yourself. Choose from a variety of massages, therapeutic treatments, like Hot Stones or paraffin facials. In addition to basic facials you can get customized facials based on each clients individual needs. They also have an experienced nail tech. Soon to come: a sauna lying down as you lose weight and detoxify yourself and enjoy your spa moment. Specials for Relaxation Massage or a European Facial are Tuesdays and Thursdays, (Only $25) Relax at 1940 E. Bay Dr., Largo (5/8 mile west of Starkey on North side of Road.) Phone: 727-584-4600. Gift Cards available. www.essentialsmassageandfacials.com .Stop into The Golf Shop for honest advice and help with your gamePALM TREES DIRECT has Pinellas Countys largest palm inventory.No contracts! Enjoy a $29.95 Relaxation Massage or European Facial any day at Essentials Massage & Facials Retreat of Largo.4413Rick Yarrington and son Andy offer regrips while you wait, help with your swing, golf bags, golf gloves, animal head-covers, a blowout golf ball sale, and so much more! Fully stocked nursery, easy quick and affordable installation, huge selection of palm, plants & treesLuxury is a state of mind and an approach to living at 1940 East Bay Dr. in Largo LARGO The Pinellas Education Foundation recently held its annual Career Education Breakfast event where community, business and educational leaders came together to raise funds for career education programs and initiatives in Pinellas County Schools. Cheryl Carrier, director of Ford Next Generation Learning at Ford Motor Company Fund, also announced that Pinellas County has been named a Ford NGL Community only one of 17 communities in the nation. This designation reflects the collaboration between Pinellas County Schools, the Pinellas Education Foundation, its business partners and community organizers that have supported the Academies of Pinellas and career education. With this recognition, Pinellas will receive: Ongoing guidance and technical assistance from the Ford NGL Leadership Team as Pinellas County develops its plan and reviews their progress annually. Become members in the Ford NGL community national network, which will allow them to learn from other Ford NGL communities and tap into their expertise through peer-to-peer mentoring, online resources, webinars, and network institutes as well as share their successful practices with other Ford NGL communities. Leverage the Ford NGL designation to encourage economic development for the region by demonstrating that Pinellas County is preparing students for the high-wage, high-skill jobs in the community. Additionally, the event recognized business, educator and school leaders in several career education categories. Joe Sleppy, a senior from Osceola Fundamental High, won the Next Generation Entrepreneurs Program, which is a year-long business competition involving high school juniors and seniors, which included business plan training, creativity workshops and mentoring. He won for his invention involving workout equipment for amputee veterans. It kills me to see individuals give up on physical fitness, especially returning veterans that are learning to live with amputated limbs, Sleppy said. That is why he developed workout equipment for veterans. One device, used for pushups, relies on airbag compression to hold an individual by their forearms to keep strain off of wrists. He will receive $10,000 to start his business. The 2013 Career Educator of the Year is Debra Fischer, director of finance academy at Northeast High. She won a $2,000 classroom grant. The Frances Stavros Career Education Champion Award was presented to Dr. Alex McKenna, who is president of McKenna Group International, Inc., which is a company providing career transition coaching and counseling to senior executives and manager. A $2,000 scholarship to the Frances Stavros Career Education Program will be awarded to a deserving student in McKennas honor. The 2013 Academies of Pinellas Outstanding Achievement Awards also were announced and went to the following high schools: First place Northeast High, winning $5,000 Second Place Clearwater High, winning $3,000 Third Place Boca Ciega High, winning $2,000 During the breakfast reception, a showcase of student skills and programs from the Academies programs were displayed in Finance Park and Enterprise Village. The programs including the Academy of Engineering at East Lake High, the Center for Computer Technology at Countryside High, the Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts at pTEC St. Petersburg, the Center for Wellness and Medical Professions at Palm Harbor University High and the First Responders: National Guard Center for Emergency Management at Pinellas Park High.Pinellas career education leaders awardedUSF St. Petersburg students win prestigious awardST. PETERSBURG Two USF St. Petersburg students have won prestigious Leland M. Hawes awards in Florida history, adding their names to a string of previous winners from USFSP. Douglas Ponticos, a graduate student in the Florida Studies Program, received the prize for his paper, Communities of Stone and Glass: Floridas Brooksville Ridge. Ponticos is a Brooksville native who was raised in Homosassa and a graduate of Lecanto High School and Florida State University. After many summers working on family farms, he cultivated a passion for gardening and food. He is finishing his thesis, A study of the cultural history of the Brooksville Ridge. He dreams of farming and teaching on the Ridge. Elizabeth Southard, anthropology major, received the prize for the best undergraduate paper, The Cultural Importance of Prehistoric and Historic History of Weedon Island. Southard is a Memphis native who moved to Florida in 2003. While a student at USFSP, she developed a passion for archaeology. She spent the summer of 2012 with professors John and Kathryn Arthur in Ethiopia, studying the Gamo people. She recently helped curate the W.R. Butch Evans artifact collection at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library. Evans was a beloved student in the Florida Studies Program and an avid amateur archaeologist. Both Southard and Ponticos wrote their seminar papers in Emeritus History professor Gary Morminos Florida history seminar. Mormino is a co-founder of the Florida studies program. The Leland Hawes Prize honors the life work of Leland Hawes, who spent six decades as a reporter, editor and history columnist at the Tampa Tribune. Upon his retirement, the Tampa Bay History Center and the Florida Studies Center at USF Tampa inaugurated the prize to recognize student scholarship in Florida history.

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Susie and his fellow students at Veritas Academy in Largo spent the day volunteering at the Indian Rocks Travel Park, Heritage Village and the Heron House as part of the schools goal to make a difference in Pinellas County. Above, Julia Smith, 18, left, and Monique Oliver, 16, clean the windows of Heron House, an assisted living facility at 2050 East Bay Drive in Largo.Volunteering in the communityLARGO The Pinellas Educations Take Stock in Children/ Doorways program welcomed 50 students from 13 schools on March 13. The total amount for the 50 scholarships is $620,000, and students were signed from the following schools: Azalea Middle Bay Point Middle Boca Ciega High Gibbs High John Hopkins Middle Lakewood High Lealman Intermediate Madeira Beach Fundamental Meadowlawn Middle Northeast High St. Petersburg Collegiate High St. Petersburg High Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle Tyrone Middle The Take Stock in Children/ Doorways program in Pinellas County is one of the most successful in the state, according to a Pinellas Education Foundation press release. According to the 2012 annual report of the Florida Prepaid College Foundation, who matches the scholarships dollar for dollar with its STARS program, Pinellas makes up about 20 percent of the states scholars. Broward County is second, with 9.4 percent. We are grateful for the support that our community gives to help these children become successful adults, said Jim Myers, Pinellas Education Foundation chairman. Ninety-four percent of our Take Stock in Children/ Doorways students graduate high school with a standard diploma. In February, the program welcomed an additional 68 students from 30 different traditional middle and high schools across northern Pinellas County. A total amount for the 68 scholarships was $952,000. The Pinellas Education Foundation is an independent not-forprofit established in 1986. The Foundations mission is to provide enhanced educational opportunities for students and educators in Pinellas County Public Schools. Well known Pinellas Education Foundation programs include: Enterprise Village, Finance Park, Take Stock in Children/Doorways Scholarships, Youth Connect and Teacher Classroom Grants.Take Stock in Children welcomes 50 students, awards scholarshipsClearwater instructor wins national awardCLEARWATER Leslie Eckert, CWPC, CEE, and MBA of Clearwater, recently was awarded the American Culinary Federation Southeast Region Chef Educator of the Year award at the ACF Southeast Regional Conference in Louisville, Ky. Eckert is a culinary chef instructor at The Art Institute of Tampa. The ACF Chef Educator of the Year award, established in 1998, pays tribute to an active culinary educator whose knowledge, skills and expertise have enhanced the image of the professional chef, and who, by example, has given leadership, guidance and direction to students seeking a career in the culinary profession. This person demonstrates the ability to help students define and develop their careers by using their skills and abilities to provide a strong foundation for their future success, according to a press release from the American Culinary Federation. Eckert was selected from three other chef candidates nominated by colleagues for the 2013 ACF Southeast Region Chef Educator of the Year award. She will now vie for the national title against her three regional counterparts at the 2013 ACF National Convention, Las Vegas, July 21 to 25. The four finalists will have 50 minutes to present a lecture and demonstration for a panel of distinguished judges on either a plated entree or dessert. The winner will be announced at the Presidents Grand Ball July 25.

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12A Viewpoints Leader, April 4, 2013 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 tbniandy@yahoo.com Retail Advertising Manager: Jay Rey jrey@tbnweekly.com Classied Advertising Manager: Wendy Edwards wedwards@tbnweekly.com Executive Editor: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comProduction Manager: David Brown production@tbnweekly.com Internet Services Manager: Suzette Porter webmaster@tbnweekly.com Seminole/Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Largo Leader: Juliana A. Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com Palm Harbor/East Lake Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comGeneral Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERSCallous disregard for working classEditor: The media, by introducing the man who videoed presidential candidate Mitt Romneys infamous 47 percent speech, have managed to stir the controversy anew. However, they are again guilty of focusing on the wrong element of the speech. Their constant reference to Romneys claim that the 47 percent represented people whose vote was lost to the Republican Party was hardly the central element of what we had to say. That was merely a statement of fact. Had he simply stopped there it would not have been a problem. It was what he did next that in many ways sealed his fate. He proceeded to express his total disdain for that 47 percent unwilling to even leave the door ajar to the possibility there were any who might have fallen victim to circumstance. Worse was his reaction for bringing the subject up in the first place. The reality was that he realized this was exactly the message his wealthy, elitist audience wanted to hear. Satisfied he was safe preaching to the choir he went on to heap scorn on the 47 percent, some of whom were at that very moment to serve his guests and himself even as they were being condemned, unable to defend themselves. It was his callous disregard for members of the American working class, demonstrated by Romneys willingness to deliver his vituperative and derogatory attack to the accompaniment of the applause emanating from those enjoying their $50,000 dinner that proved revolting to the American public. This is why he, as well as the Republican Party, were rejected. It was not because he pointed out that 47 percent of the American people were getting some form of government assistance. The 47 percent knew this. They were in fact reminded of it every day of their lives because without that help they and their families would not survive. Many of them were after all people who would consider themselves fortunate if they could afford a $5 dinner. Robert Shaw Madeira BeachSpeak out on city projectsEditor: After attending the Madeira Beach meeting to review the $9 million plus City Hall, fire station and recreation buildings project, including plans for the replacement of the present ballfields with new facilities, it was apparent the Board of Commissioners intend to approve the complete package. I am in partial agreement, we need a new City Hall, required due to years of maintenance neglect by the city of our present City Hall, allowing for a leaky unrepaired roof for the past several years to damage electrical wiring, a circuit box, ceilings to collapse, mold to form and untreated termites to spread. The professional building people tell us the doors and windows need to be replaced and other problems were found that make repairs too costly. Tearing down City Hall also necessitates a new fire station, which is obviously required. The big issue in my mind is the expenditure for a new multi-purpose building, a new recreation building and a $2 million new ballfield. We heard several nonresidents inform us a new ballfield is required, but of course it wont cost us a dime. They emphasized the need for better facilities, yet Madeira Beach not only provides for ballfields, used very little by Madeira Beach residents, but also has a recreation annual budget of $460,000, not bad for a city of 4,200 residents. We are told this $9 million plus project, with a debt of $5,370,000 can be financed through a 30-year bond issue, with payments of $334,042 annually at 4.01 percent. The financial people also state projects impact on citys annual operating expenses not reviewed future discussions warranted. The city has another $15 million or more in other pending projects that need to be addressed and financed, such as storm water flooding, residential street re-surfacing, buried utilities and several other major projects. If citizens feel a new $2 million ballfield, plus two other new buildings for a total of $4 million, should not be top priority for your property taxes let your elected officials know it. Marvin Merrill Madeira BeachColumn defends fairness and inclusionRe: Beware of snoring Scoutmasters, Tom Germonds column, March 21Editor: Congratulations on your column of March 21, 2013, regarding the exclusive policy of the Boy Scouts of America. I immediately thought of my son-in-law who is a den leader and the assistant pack leader in Santa Monica, Calif. A writer, director and actor, he is also an elected advisory board member at the Franklin Elementary School, and a devoted husband and father. He takes all of his jobs seriously, devoting many volunteer hours to Scouting. Last year, he took the position of asserting his personal convictions of fairness and inclusion as a Scout leader. He had T-shirts for the boys. The T-shirts clearly stated, Everyones welcome! When I asked if he had one to send to you, he told me that, unfortunately, he didnt have one, but will consider you an honorary member of the den. Again, thank you for your courage in publicly expressing your convictions. It is so important that we all speak forthrightly in our own small corners of the world and defend fairness and inclusion. Our collective voices make a difference. Your editorial will be sent to Santa Monica. Dorlores Benjamin Treasure IslandConservatives take hypocritical position on gay marriageEditor: There has been quite a bit of fervor in the past week as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in favor of and in opposition to several significant laws regulating gay marriage. I use the word regulate purposely because no other word better describes the role of Proposition 8 and The Defense of Marriage Act. Regulation is the process of installing and monitoring rules, and it is a dirty word in the United States. Despite the recent re-election of President Obama, there is an undeniable force in American politics that screams for smaller government. Be it The Tea Party, The Libertarian Party, The Constitution Party or just a group of active citizens declaring Dont Tread On Me! there is clearly defined movement calling for less rules, less taxes, less handouts, and less government involvement in our personal lives. These are the voters who call for less regulation in every aspect of their lives ... except one. They call for the outlawing of gay marriage, a regulation of the bond of marriage. For some reason many of these proud, stalwart, patriotic Americans oppose federal legalization of gay marriage. This is one of the most personal individual freedoms we have. It is the freedom to decide not only who to spend the rest of your life with, but it is the freedom to decide who will be your next of kin, who will be your surviving spouse and who will benefit from over 1,000 more protected rights. These freedom loving patrioteers, with their Gadsden Flag bumper stickers, feel that the government should regulate whom we get to marry. It is truly hypocritical for a person to espouse the conservative value of small federal government, but then support the federal government regulating such a private, personal, and financially significant aspect of our lives. These conservatives demand that one group of citizens be second-class, that one group of citizens not benefit from the freedoms enjoyed by heterosexuals. Freedom means freedom for all, equality means equality for all. For these small government individuals who would pick and choose which liberties to be enjoyed by some and omitted for others, they are the ones calling for more freedom. For these individuals who demand less gun regulation, less business regulation, less overall regulation, they are the ones calling for regulation of who you can bind yourself to legally through marriage. It is a disgrace, and it does a disservice to their cause. Cuthbert Hutton Redington Beach Seeking wisdom and comfortI wish that children of the world could be encouraged to write down thoughts and ideas that give them comfort and supply them with essential wisdom for the long years ahead. Granted, most kids are already given plenty of instruction. Do your homework. Stop hitting your sister. Dont cuss. Say please and thank you. Such advisements are a good beginning, I suppose. Add in the rules and regulations of the earths 373 religions and by the time a child reaches 15 or so he/she will have had a bellyful of coaching. However, life is long, complex and shifting. By the time Joe or Jane reach 20, it will have become plain to them that parental and church guidelines are often not enough to steer them through lifes choppy, shark-filled waters. The real need is not so much to be exposed to useful counsel of a general nature. Instead we need to develop a body of maxims that best fit each of us as unique individuals. For example, do you have any idea of how to console yourself on the day that (a) you lose your job, (b) watch your betrothed drive off to Montana with an airline pilot, and (c) hear your doctor tell us You have shingles all on the very same day? None of the worlds self-help books contain a perfect response to such a multi-pronged disaster. So it would be helpful if, by the time the bad news arrives, we have buttressed ourselves by assembling a battery of ideas that have proved valuable in reacting to trouble. The compilation Im suggesting need not be aimed solely at negative events. Humdrum daily living deserves our attention, too. When you see yourself in the bathroom mirror for the 7,233rd time and you once again think, I wish to God I looked like someone else, you might consult your WCL (wisdom and comfort list) and find this entry: Shut up and shave. Get on with it. WCLs become more important as we age. At 20 we are full of energy and smarts, so who needs extra wisdom? By 40, doubts are beginning to show. When we reach 60, we not only hear the hellhounds baying, we know most of them by name. (The best WCLs usually contain an entire section devoted to Hellhounds). Other sections might be given over to thoughts on ambition, love, money, ego, children, weight management, sex, friendship and any other topics that are important to us. To build a workable WCL, we need not be all that inventive. We dont have to come up with brand new, never-before-uttered ideas. Very few of them exist. But there are thousands of good ones already out there, waiting for us to use, without fear of copyright infringement. Such as avoid fast women and slow horses. The author of that excellent advice is surely long dead, following an enjoyable, if less than exciting, life. A wisdom-and-comfort list can take the form of books that have guided us over time. For half a century my bedside copy of Dale Carnegies How to Stop Worrying and Start Living has kept me sane. The meditations of Marcus Aurelius contain pearls of attitude just as useful today as they were 2,100 years ago. Every bookstore, library and computer is a gold mine of wisdom and comfort, waiting for us to read, pick and choose. Wisdom and reassurance are often cloaked in humor and what may appear as cynicism, but is not. I have lifted many of my WCL nuggets from Robert Byrnes masterpiece, The 2,548 Best Things Anybody Ever Said. Here is a sampling of quotations that have imbedded themselves in my psyche over the years: When I begin to fault myself for not having won a Pulitzer or Nobel prize, I dial up this quote: We cant all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by. When choosing the gang you hang out with: A man is known by the company he avoids. When visiting friends and families, remember: After three days, fish and guests stink. When wondering why we bother with all of those churches, temples and mosques, keep this in mind: Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich. When sketching the outlines of what might become your love life, heres a good point: The most important thing in a relationship between a man and a woman is that one of them is good at taking orders. A Wisdom and Comfort List helps to shape how we think. And how we think is probably the most important part of our lives.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net. Drivers SeatBob Driver Bills bad for high school athleticsDuring our five years as teammates with the Tampa Bay Bucs, we forged a bond that will endure the rest of our lives. Thats what happens when you dedicate yourselves to a common goal and know you can rely on the commitment and character of those around you. Now, as Florida high school football coaches, we try to pass along this same sense of honor, fair play and sportsmanship to our young student-athletes. Unfortunately, those things are under attack in the Florida Legislature. Two bad proposals would undermine the ideals that are why we have high school athletics in the first place. The legislation would undercut the authority of the Florida High School Athletic Association, even though the organization has spent almost 100 years as the trusted authority to protect the integrity of high school sports. This would diminish the wonderful experience of high school sports, which is now shared by 260,000 boys and girls across Florida. Worst of all, it would open the door for wholesale free agency for high school athletes. Under the proposals (HB 1279 and SB 1164), students could easily switch schools to play for a different high school sports team. All theyd have to do is meet the athletic and academic requirements set by the schools they choose. This amounts to wholesale free agency for high school athletes, leaving the field wide open to cutthroat recruiting. We were both in the NFL, and we understand free agency. We also understand recruiting, but that was for college. Theres no place for either of these in high school football. Its not what high school is all about. The long-term effects of these bad proposals would hurt Florida communities, where fair competition and local school spirit will be crushed by ambitious high schools that want to stockpile star athletes. This would ignore what happens at the schools they raid for talent. The players left behind would certainly feel abandoned and betrayed by teammates and friends who felt they werent good enough. Whats next? Middle school scouting combines for future high school prospects? Florida high school sports would never be the same again. The last thing kids need is a process that invites open recruiting of high school athletes. Its hard enough for top players to keep a level head when the colleges come calling it will be almost impossible for younger kids to resist that attention from other high schools. The idea that a kid could live in one part of town, play football for a school in another part of town and then qualify to play basketball at an entirely different school, is not what high school sports is supposed to be all about. As coaches, we have to wonder how we would encourage children in such a backwards system, where victories and personal ambition come before character building and sportsmanship. How could we have an honest conversation with them about traditional things like playing by the rules, teamwork and fair play while coaches who can get away with manipulation, pressure and bribery are recruiting them? We strongly object to changes that would let recruiters target impressionable young people as they finish middle school, filling their heads with dreams of championships and college scholarships. This would inflict damage on overall school spirit. When fair and friendly competition gives way to the win-at-all-costs mentality of a few high school athletic powerhouses, all notion of fair play is destroyed. High school-aged athletes need rules, regulations and structure to guide their actions. They deserve every opportunity we can give them to succeed, but not at the expense of their values and integrity or of a system that assures a level playing field for all. Over many years of playing football, we learned the core lessons of sportsmanship, and we will never sacrifice them for the sake of winning. That is why we believe HB 1279 and SB 1164 are bad for Floridas children. To learn more and get involved, go to www.ParentsforFairPlay.com Mike Alstott and Reidel Anthony are former stars with the NFLs Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Alstott is now head football coach at Northside Christian High School in St. Petersburg, and Anthony coaches at Glades Central High School in Belle Glade. Florida Voices As I See ItMike Alstott Reidel Anthony

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The saying, Be the envy of all your friends makes envy sound more attractive, or at least less negative, than the green-eyed monster. It turns out that theyre synonyms along with invidiousness and covetousness for resentful dislike at anothers advantage. Consequently, I changed the opening line of this column. I occasionally wonder if its easier to report on our local fish than on our local dolphins. My journalistic compatriot Capt. Tyson Get Bent Wallerstein is out there every week bent on getting the relative numbers and current micro-niche of local fish, which he reports to ready-and-waiting anglers up and down the coast. My reporters beat is our local bottlenose dolphins. What fish reports have that dolphin reports can never have is that fish reports are good for time and distance. In contrast, no matter how carefully Capt. John Heidemann and I collect dolphin numbers and current habitat preferences, theyre like a dream real only as long youre watching them and sometimes not even that long. Heres what I mean about fish reports being good for time and distance. One of Capt. Wallersteins February reports advised anglers to find redfish in the traditional places and to find mullet with live shrimp dangled in clean water during flood currents. Sheepshead assembling for the spring spawn meant that big juicy individuals could be found at pass bridges and jetties. The passes were good for jigging pompano on the strongest part of the tide, early morning or evening as you like. Gods bongos, black drums, could be found thumping over deep seagrass flats from Dunedin to Pinellas. They all sound like such nice little predictable fish. Ahem. In nine years and a thousand surveys for local dolphins, the closest I can come to predicting dolphin time and distance is a 7 percent chance well see zero or one dolphin, and well see more dolphins in the summer than the winter. As a rule. Other than that, all bets are off. Or on. Heres what I mean about dolphin reports being real only as long as youre watching them. Three recent dolphin surveys conducted three days in a row produced three completely different scenarios, starting with the numbers. We saw 23 dolphins the first day, four dolphins the second day and zero dolphins the third day. The different numbers (23, four and zero) are examples of variability in the data, and one aim of science is to explain as much variability as possible. Its relatively easy to explain the zero-dolphin day: heavy fog. Maybe variability is partly explained by the weather, which was as dramatically different on all three days as the dolphins themselves. The cold winds of the first day were easily forgotten as we found five different groups scattered from Johns Pass to the Narrows, either engaged in a range of hunting techniques or napping. The next day was a beautiful day of soothing warmth that yielded one-sixth the numbers of dolphins wed seen the day before over the same waters at the same time. The four we found occurred as two pairs. The behavior of the first pair of young teens, Oyster and VC, is increasingly bull-like; indeed, they vanished immediately in admirable imitation of the big bulls theyll be someday. But the other pair was teen VCs mom Valiant and brother Vidalia, and we happened upon them twice, first napping on the run and then snapping up snacks. It was the first time Id actually seen young Mr. Vidalia with a fish. He carried around a flounder, which means I now have generational pictures of this native behavior for Vidalia, his mom Valiant and his brother VC. So dolphins arent completely unpredictable. Nor are fish completely predictable. One thing dolphins do predictably, however, is raise other questions. Without suggesting fish are the working class of the marine world, why do many fish species have predictable schedules the way working people have predictable schedules? In turn, do people in the human leisure class have less predictable schedules because they dont work? Without suggesting dolphins are the maritime leisure class there is no leisure class in nature what affords them the luxury of unpredictability? Is part of it the combination of their exceptional intelligence and self-awareness coupled with the relative predictability of those nice little fish?Dr. Weaver studies wild dolphins under federal permit 16299, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Send her an email at daz zled@tampabay.rr.com or visit her website www.dolphinsuperstore.com. NOAA advises anyone who sees a stranded dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico to call 877-942-5343 or 877-433-8299. Photo by ANN WEAVERDolphins like Slightwin keep many secrets, including how they get away with having one of the most flexible schedules in the animal kingdom. Dolphin WatchAnn Weaver Simple steps to turn a yard into a bird oasis Did you know that many of our most popular wading birds the little blue heron, roseate spoonbill, snowy egret, tri-colored heron, reddish egret and white ibis, plus four types of salt marsh songbirds and the osprey in Monroe County are all imperiled? It will be a very sad day indeed if any of these birds go extinct. The good news is that the situation is not hopeless. Property owners who are concerned about our feathered friends can fairly easily turn their yards into a bird oasis. The basics for all life are food, water, space and shelter. Plants can provide both food and shelter. If you are sprucing up your yard for spring, choose native plants that were once part of the ecosystem in which you live. Before areas were cleared for development, they were often wildlife cities, full of places for birds to nest, find food and water, and raise a family. The cumulative impact of so much land clearing is that native wildlife species are experiencing severe reductions in numbers and even potential extinctions at neighborhood, county, regional, state and national levels. We can easily provide wildlife habitat in our yard just by planting native plants. Because native plants evolved with the animals that use them, they tend to be much better at providing the right habitat and food at the right time of year. Use as many different heights of plants as possible and pick a variety of plants that flower or fruit at different times of the year. A good list of plants for around a pond includes buttonbush, wax myrtle, red maple, tupelo, bald cypress, duck potato, pickerelweed, iris, bulrush, and fragrant water lily. Giving up just 3 feet of mowed grass for native habitat also will help to improve water quality and provide for wildlife. The seven major ecosystems that occur in Florida are the coastal strand, sand scrub, sand hills, hardwood hammocks, Flatwoods, swamp and freshwater marsh. If you dont know which habitat fits your area, you can check with a local native plant nursery, join the Native Plant Society, visit a nearby park nature center, visit the UF/IFAS Extension Service for help, or order a helpful book at ifasbooks.ifas.ufl.edu/p-180-landscaping-for-floridas-wildlife.aspx. The Florida-Friendly Landscaping Guide to Plant Selection & Landscape Design is another excellent free book that shows sample landscapes as well as many plants and their specific requirements. It can be found under publications at watermatters.org. Favorite plants for my Pinellas County yard, which is like a Flatwoods and goes from sopping wet to bone dry, include beautyberry, myrsine, firebush, Simpsons stopper, Florida privet, wild coffee, blue-eyed grass, yaupon holly, fakahatchee grass and sabal palm. A simple birdbath is an easy way to provide birds with fresh water (keep mosquitoes from breeding by flushing out the water every three days). Whenever practical, we should all forgo pesticides. Pesticide use in North America has grown to more than 1.1 billion pounds annually and about 8 percent of that is applied to yards and gardens. One lawn-care pesticide was implicated in more than 150 mass bird dieoffs. Pesticides also can cause longer-term, potentially lethal effects such as eggshell thinning and neurological damage. Always try cultural, mechanical and biological control methods first (the Extension Service can give you suggestions) and use insecticidal soap, horticultural oil or Bt products instead of toxins. Another thing we can do to protect the birds is to keep cats indoors. A new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Smithsonians Migratory Bird Center estimates that this countrys 150 million outdoor cats are killing up to 3.7 billion birds a year, with our pet cats averaging one kill every 17 hours. Shocking! Bird lovers also can help by adopting a species and becoming an advocate for that species by working to protect and restore its habitat. Teach your community and school kids, or volunteer at a nature center or preserve. For more information about gardening for birds the Pinellas County Extension Service is just a phone call or visit away. We are located at 12520 Ulmerton Road, Largo, next to the Florida Botanical Gardens and are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To speak with a horticulturist, you can call 727-582-2110 on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. You also can visit our website at www.pinellascountyextension.org.Jane Morse is a UF/IFAS Extension Agent, Pinellas County. Growing WiseJane Morse Florida Herb Society to meetCLEARWATER The Florida Herb Society will meet Tuesday, April 16, 6:30 p.m., at Clearwater Garden Club, 405 Seminole St. Bob Huttick and MaryAnn Kirk from the Seminole Community Garden will share tips on harvesting and cooking with fresh herbs. Refreshments and herbal swaps will begin at 6:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome. The first meeting is free. Cost is $25 per year to join. Call Emily Wenzel at 365-8574 or email emily@floridaherbsociety.org.Church to host gardening workshopPINELLAS PARK A gardening workshop will be presented Saturday, April 13, 9 to 11 a.m., at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd. Nessie Johnson, certified in Permaculture, will demonstrate how to build Florida soil in order to grow produce. Johnson also will host a presentation on water catching on Saturday, April 27, 9 to 11 a.m., at the church. She will talk about catching water to provide the necessary moisture for gardens. There is a suggested donation of $20 for each session. A scholarship for at least one teenager is being offered but must be arranged prior to the first workshop. Preregistration is helpful but not required. For information, call 544-8558 or visit good sam-church.org. www.TBNweekly.com

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14A Pet Connection Leader, April 4, 2013 Nature wont wait and neither should you IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE Accepting most Insurance PlansThis silent killer can be stopped. Skin Cancer Can ... Often be painless Be in hard-to-see locations Disfigure or kill if left untreated Taking new aim at skin cancerDermatology Specialists is the FIRST in this area to implement a new cutting edge technology for specific types of non-melanoma skin cancer called the SRT-100. The mobile superficial radiation therapy (SRT) is designed to provide an alternative to surgical procedures for basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.Now you can tell your doctor, surgery is not the only option.Heres more good news: Virtually Painless No Cutting Avoid Reconstructive Surgery of Treated Area Very High Cure Rates Minimal to No Scarring Faster Healing Process Very Short Procedure Time021413 5200 Seminole Blvd., Seminole392-3376 Available In This Area Only At:A Division of Florida Dermatology and Skin Cancer Specialist George L. Bondar, DO, FAOCD Cheri Morales, ARNP Whitnie Saron, ARNP Dr.s Todd Clarkson and Donald Collins remain committed to maintaining the standards and traditions of excellence their patients expect and deserve.our physicians and three Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners work out of 2 office locations. Our East Bay Medical Center offers visits during Lunchtime hours to better meet your scheduling needs.F F2 Convenient Locations to Better Serve You.Oakhurst Medical Clinic13020 Park Blvd., Seminole, FL 33776 727-393-3404 oakhurstmedicalclinic.comEast Bay Medical Center3800 East Bay Drive, Largo, FL 33771 727-539-0505 eastbaymedicalcenter.comwww.oakmed.comMedicare, Humana Medicare Advantage Plan, and most other insurance plans accepted. Todd Clarkson, D.O. Donald Collins, D.O. Ronald Mall, D.O. Roger Schwartzberg, D.O.,F.A.A.I.M. Betsy Parker, A.R.N.P Gail Quail MSN, A.R.N.P.C. John Jarboe A.R.N.P. Marianne Fisher CEO FAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINEFAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINE010313 032813 010313 No more painful, swollen legs or feet or unsightly varicose or spider veins! FREE VEIN & FOOT SCREENINGCall today to schedule your appointment!727.871.VEIN (8346)New Location in Walsingham Podiatry14219 Walsingham Road, Suite K, Largo Board Certified Vascular Surgeons Convenient Office Based Procedures Minimal Down Time and Scarring 4 Locations to serve you Davis Island/Sun City Center/Town n CountryAll procedures performed by a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon. Ultrasound by a registered vascular technician. Most insurances accepted.Get Your Legs Ready For SHORTS WEATHER! www.Izzoalkire.comCall today to schedule your Foot or Leg Screening in Largo one-on-one with our physician on April 16th or April 30thFREE! 4413 CLEARWATER The Humane Society of Pinellas is seeking contestants for its 2014 Celebration of Companionship Calendar Contest. According to a press release, the competition was so intense last year that the society is kicking things off early this year. Cost to enter the contest is $10. To enter, visit www.mulabula.com/humanepinellas or send a pets photograph to hsp@mulabula.com. Every photo entered is guaranteed to appear somewhere in the calendar. Website visitors also may vote for favorite pet pictures. Cost is $1 per vote. The top 13 vote-getters by Sept. 22, 6 p.m., will receive a professional photo session by Rebecca Brittain and will be featured for a whole month on the cover. This year, the winners will be the pets with the most votes, regardless of species. Calendar sponsorships also are available. For sponsorship information, call Twila Cole at 7977722, ext. 222, or email Twila@HumanePinellas.org.Humane Society calendar contest opens Visit www.TBNweekly.comLooking for a home RebaReba is a 48-pound American pit bull terrier that has been with the Pinellas County Animal Services center since Valentines Day. She is a 2-year-old medium-energy-level dog. She loves to play fetch, and this stray girl knows some basic commands, too. Bring this article to the center and adopt her for only $25. Shes spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped. Visit her at 12450 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Call 582-2600 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/animalservices/petfind. Dog training class setLARGO A free dog-training program will be offered Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m., at Pinellas County Animal Services, 12450 Ulmerton Road. Attendees will learn the basics of dog training in a seminar for all who have adopted dogs from Pinellas County Animal Services or other shelters in the county. Participants will learn about housetraining, loose-leash walking and dealing with challenging dog behaviors. Dogs will not be permitted at the class. To register, call 582-2600 or visit www.pinellascounty .org/animalservices. KaiaKaia is a gorgeous Siamese seal point girl with beautiful blue eyes. This young lady had a loving owner who became sick and was no longer able to care for her. Kaia would like to be the only queen in her humans castle, since she loves to give and receive attention and does not want to share it with another pet. She is very sweet and friendly and is looking for a loving forever home. She is spayed and current with her vaccinations. Call Second Chance for Strays at 535-9154 or visit www.secondchanceforstrays.com.Smith and Wesslyn (Linnie)Smith and Wesslyn or Linnie for short are a pair of the most intriguing, lovable, vocal kittens at 3.5 months old. This brother-and-sister duo are vibrant, stunning black cats looking for the best lap possible for a forever home. They seek attention and will be in splendor in a lap or a bed. They are cuddlers and would love to be carried around like a baby all day. They have incredible dispositions and will fit in perfectly wherever they go. They adore other cats and dogs. They ideally could be kept together. They are current on vaccinations, spayed and neutered, and microchipped. To adopt them, call All Bout Cats at 712-7773 or visit www.allboutcats.com. CharlieMeet Charlie, a 3-year-old hound mix. This great dog is looking to shed a few pounds, so he needs a family who can help get him active. He loves long walks and wouldnt mind sniffing around the dog park. But if you prefer a couch and a good book, Charlie would love to cuddle with you. Adopt him for $75, which includes his neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchip and 30 days of pet insurance. Meet him at the SPCA Tampa Bay at 9099 130th Ave. N., Largo. Visit www.spcatampabay.org.

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Summer Camp Sports 15A Leader, April 4, 2013 Ages 2 thru Grade 12! 11499 131st Street N., Largo, FL 33774 727.596.1902 Online Registration: www.countrydaylargo.com/summercamp Montessori Camp Ages 2 thru Kindergarden Theme Camps Grades 1-9: Horse, Cooking, Art, Fishing, Science, Sports, Drama Featuring Act Up Performing Arts : Gr. 6-12031413 Summer Camp Up to 24 Hour Care Weekends, Holidays In Home or Facility Care Medication Set Ups Medication Reminders Hygiene Assistance Companionship Meal Preparation Light Housework TransportationAlzheimers Care and Respite for Family CaregiversBy screened & qualied professionalswww.yourvisitingangel.comLicense #30211274 727-797-8600 We also work with Universal Healthcare Diversion Program, Humana Florida Comfort Choice, United Healthcare, Evercare and Veterans Administration. 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Siblings $90/Week Registration Forms are Available in the office at 200 Rex Place, Madeira Beach, FL 33708 or On the City We b site.392-0665 Open 7:30am-5:30pmEnds Friday, August 16032813 032813 2013 Delphi Academy of Florida. All Rights Reserved. Licensed to use Applied Scholastics educational services and materials.SummerofFUN+ADVENTUREages 2-17 Call NOW to enroll www.delphifl.org031413727-447-6385Dont let your child miss a June 24 August 16four week minimum requiredSwimming Art Drama Pottery Sports Field Trips Out of Town TripsDELPHI Clyde H. Moreland, M.D. Jenny Chamblain, M.D. Myung-Joo Handelman, ARNP, NP-C Peggi L. Lalor, ARNPBoard Certified Physicians & Nurse Practitioners040413Nous Parlons Franais!We speak 7 languages including sign language.Bay Area Medical Mon.Fri. 8:30-5 Fly-fishing official speaks at local fundraiserLARGO Philip Greenlee, president of the International Federation of Fly Fishers spoke at the Suncoast Fly Fisherss 10th annual hog roast fundraising dinner March 23. Greenlee praised Suncoast Fly Fishers for programs teaching flyfishing and fly-tying to young anglers and Scouts as well as to recovering military veterans through the Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing program. He spoke of the importance of supporting the federations conservation goals and outlined its certification program for fly-casting instructors. Suncoast Fly Fishers held its fundraiser at the new Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum, a 33,000-squarefoot facility at 12211 Walsingham Road in Largo. Before the dinner, Greenlee toured the center with founder and chief executive Jim Simons and Suncoast Fly Fishers President Thomas Gadacz. A major purpose of Greenlees visit was to see a newly designed wall-sized display of images and artwork celebrating saltwater fly-fishing, a project which the federation helped fund. The new Florida Gulf Coast fishing center actively supports fishing clubs in the St. Petersburg-Clearwater area and hosts summer youth fishing camps. Local artists decorate museum walls with historical fishing photos and artwork. More than 4,000 students will visit the center on field trips each school year. The center also hosts a pancake breakfast and open market on Saturday mornings. Suncoast Fly Fishers, with 145 active members, is one of Floridas largest fly-fishing clubs. Members meet for professional presentations, fly-tying and fly-casting sessions on the third Thursday of each month, except December, at Walter Fuller Recreation Center in St. Petersburg. The clubs hold a fly-fishing and picnic outing on Saturdays following each meeting. For more information, visit the Suncoast Fly Fishers website at www.suncoastflyfishers.com, the International Federation of Fly Fishers website at www.fedflyfishers.org or the Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum at www.centerforfishing.org. This week: Go early and call it earlyLast weeks big cool down dropped our water temperature into the upper 50s, and shut down the fishing for a few days. Warm conditions over the past week have definitely helped to get us back on track. With water temperatures now on the rise we should start to see our spring fishing turn on as we head into the next new moon phase. With water temperatures just under 70 degrees the baitfish are beginning to show up in our near shore waters. Along with the bait come the schools of mackerel and hopefully soon some kingfish. Mackerel have been steady catches at the Skyway pier for a couple of weeks now and the bite is definitely improving. Along our beaches pelicans and terns can be seen diving just offshore. Small schools of mackerel are thrashing through the bait pods as well. Casting Gotcha plugs or trolling small silver spoons will produce good numbers of macks right now. Inshore fishing was a bit difficult this past week and definitely over the weekend. A lot of boats on the water mean rough conditions in the afternoon. My advice is to go early and call it a day early. The fishing was off at least for me this past week. Im choosing to blame it on the full moon; only time will tell if thats the case. The bite is sure to rebound as we approach the new moon and rising water temperatures. Clacker floats and D.O.A. shrimp combinations will produce numbers of fish by drifting the 3or 4foot grass flats, while free-lining small grass grunts or pilchards can produce larger trout along the shallow drop offs were the water goes from about 1 foot to 2 or 3 foot pretty quickly. Until next week get bent.Tyson Wallerstein can be reached at capt.tyson@hotmail.com. To get a fish 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 Wellerstein Photo courtesy of SUNCOAST FLY FISHERSPhil Greenlee, president of the International Federation of Fly Fishers, left, shakes hands with Tom Gadacz, Suncoast Fly Fishers president, in front of the display celebrating saltwater fly-fishing at the Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum in Largo March 23. Tournament to support marine educationLARGO The Make A Difference Fishing Tournament will be Saturday, April 6, 8 a.m. to noon, at Largo Central Park Nature Preser ve, 150 Highland Ave. SE. Register by 9:30 a.m. to be eligible for the prize drawing following the tournament. The tournament supports the nonprofit organization that helps disabled children through fishing tournaments and other programs that facilitate their involvement in marine education and recreation. For more information, call 587-6740, ext. 5014 or visit makeadifferencefishing.org.

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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesLeader Section B April 4, 2013Visit www.TBNweekly.com Crafts on CoreySt. Pete Beach Corey area welcomes spring with annual craft festival The Power of Knowledge ... The Gift of Caring MOVE IN READY ST PETE HOME 2BR/1BA/1CG + FENCED BACKYARD Many upgrades include: new appliances 2012, new roof 2010, new fence 2009 & new air handler 2011$124,900 BUILD YOUR WATERFRONT DREAM HOME MADEIRA BEACH LOT Boat dock & lift already installed This ideal location is walking distance to the beach and close to restaurants & entertainment$295,000WATERFRONT MADEIRA BEACH HOME 4BR/3.5BA/2CG + DOCK Split floor plan Gorgeous Key West style design 103 lineal feet on deep sailboat water$974,000 UPDATED WATERFRONT CONDO 2BR/2BA + NEW BALCONY New ceramic tile throughout Updated bathrooms & remodeled kitchen Walk to the beach, shopping & entertainment$229,900 MUST SEE CUSTOM HOME 5BR/4.5BA/3CG + POOL Floor plan offers a huge master suite, office, formal dining room, formal living room, extra large family room & fireplaces$750,000 NAME WORTHY ESTATE 4 acre lot on esteemed Park St Enjoy sunsets from the private beach Mini marina features a covered boat port & tile poles to accommodate large yachts$3,900,000 BARDMOOR HOME 4BR/3BA/3CG + POOL 3 way split plan Close to shopping, restaurants, healthcare Master suite with large bath & pool access$449,900 LIVE THE BEACH LIFE 3BR/1BA + WALK TO THE BEACH Light & bright floor plan features an updated kitchen with breakfast bar, formal dining area, living room & family room$150,000 NEWLISTING PRICE REDUCEDAmazing, Amazing Folks!. Kevin and Carol Ginan 040413Sandy Hartmann & Asociates have been providing exceptional real estate services to their clients since 1979 and has been consistently ranked in the top 1% of Real Estate agents across the United States. Before you buy or sell ... get your facts from a professional. EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13040413 By LEE CLARK ZUMPEST. PETE BEACH The 10th annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Craft Festival will run Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Corey Avenue and Gulf Boulevard in downtown St. Pete Beach. The festival will feature some of the finest crafters in the country displaying and selling a wide variety of unique and affordable crafts. The event also will include a book signing by childrens book author Julie Woik. The two-day event is free and open to the public. Participating artists and crafters will display their finest work including their newest creations and will be on site for the duration of the event. Woik author and creator of the successful childrens book series The Life and Times of Lilly the Lash will be signing copies of her book. More than just storybooks, these beautifully illustrated works of art offer boys and girls ages infant through 10 an exciting adventure, hundreds of entertaining educational activities, and important life lessons to build strong self-esteem and good character. Presented by American Craft Endeavors, the annual festival is a juried outdoor craft showcase. ACE produces some of the nations most exciting high-end juried craft shows in many of Floridas vibrant downtown areas and popular tourist destinations including the Lauderdale by the Sea Craft Festival in Fort Lauderdale; the Holiday Craft Festival on the Ocean in Jupiter/Juno Ruth Eckerd Hall to present rock musical HairPhoto by HELAYNE STILLINGS/AMERICAN CRAFT ENDEAVORS Skilled crafters and artisans will display their wares at the annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Craft Festival, set for April 6-7. Image courtesy of JULIE WOIKJulie Woiks childrens book series feature the character Lilly the Lash. Woik will participate in the craft festival.Photo courtesy of AMERICAN CRAFT ENDEAVORSKatherine Weisinger and Jaron Reeser use real flowers and leaves in their jewelry. Their creations will be on display and available for purchase at the festival. Top diversions Looking ahead Is He Dead?, by Mark Twain and David Ives, April 4-14, at Francis Wilson Playhouse, 302 Seminole St., Clearwater. Call 446-1360 or visit www.franciswilsonplayhouse.org. Performances are generally Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets for nonmusicals are $21 for adults, $11 for students. Tickets for musicals are $26 for adults, $13 for students. Over the River and Through the Woods, by Joe DiPietro, presented by the Players of Safety Harbor; April 5-7, at the Safety Harbor Library, 101 Second St. N., Safety Harbor. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees will be Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the show. A donation of $10 is appreciated. For information, visit www.playersofsafetyharbor.weebly.com. Military Tattoo Saturday, April 6, 7 p.m., at Dunedin High School, 1651 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin. The Dunedin Military Tattoo is an exhibition of marching bands, bagpipe bands, brass bands, highland dancers and more. The tradition traces its roots to military drum performances dating back to the 17th century when the British army was fighting in the Low Countries of Belgium and The Netherlands. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the gate. Visit www.dunedinhighlandgames.com. Louie Anderson, Sunday, April 7, 2 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets are $25 and $35. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Part of the 2012-13 Adults at Leisure Series, Anderson returns to Clearwater after his tremendous performance at The Capitol Theatre. One of the most versatile and successful comedians working today, the actor/author/stand-up comic delivers his inimitable brand of family-friendly humor and warmth on the Ruth Eckerd Hall stage for the first time in 25 years.Largo Dave Somerville and The Diamonds, part of the Celebrity Showcase Series, Thursday, April 11, 1 to 3 p.m., in the Goodman Ballroom at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door. Limited reserved seats are available. Call 518-3131. Suncoast Singers, Saturday, April 27, at Minnreg Hall, 6430 126th Ave., Largo. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $16. Call 464-7468. The program, Classics to Country, will feature favorite classics and country music. This will be an uplifting concert with a combination of nostalgic classic golden oldies, country songs and specialty numbers from many composers. Photo courtesy of LOUIE ANDERSONLouie Anderson performs April 7 at Ruth Eckerd Hall. See CRAFTS, page 4BCLEARWATER Considered by many the ultimate American rock musical, Hair comes to the Tampa Bay area April 4-6, at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Performances will be Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. There will be one matinee on Saturday, at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. This exuberant 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival focuses on a group of young Americans searching for peace and love in a turbulent time. Hair boasts an extraordinary cast and unforgettable songs, including Aquarius, Let the Sun Shine In, Good Morning, Starshine and Easy To Be Hard. Based upon the original 1967 rock musical with a book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot, this award-winning revival features an extraordinary and multi-cultural cast singing songs that were products of the hippie counter-culture and sexual revolution of the 1960s. The musicals enduring relevance is undeniable, its energy unbridled and its truth is unwavering. The themes and struggles in Hair, although from another era, seem vital and applicable to modern times. This inspiring new production of Hair was the event of the season in New York City and the darling of critics when it premiered in Central Park in 2007-08, becoming a smash hit. Subsequently it was moved, due to overwhelming hype and demand, to Broadway. That run was followed by national tours. Hair has had and continues to have a profound impact on audiences. The engaging audience experience all builds up to the joyous post-show celebration when the audience is invited to dance in the aisles and on stage with the performers to the anthem Let the Sun Shine In. This production of Hair is directed by Diane Paulus. See HAIR, page 3B See LOOKING AHEAD, page 2B

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Ehomefashions.comShowroom Open Monday Saturday8710 Seminole Boulevard Seminole 727-397-8770All Hunter Douglas Products On Sale Now!$50 OFFOrders of $500 or more$100 OFFOrders of $1,000 or moreCoupon must be redeemed at time of purchase. Offer expires. 4-30-13 040413 BEGINNERBRIDGELESSONSCall 727-363-1136 For Details FIRST LESSON FREE STARTINGTHE 2ND WEEK OF APRIL FIRST LESSON FREE STARTINGTHE 2ND WEEK OF APRIL NEW Location NEW LocationSt. Petersburg Bridge ClubNOVICEGAMESMON. WED. FRI. 12:30 PM12 Duplicate Games Each Week9103 U.S. Hwy 19 N., Mainlands Plaza Pinellas Parkwww.stpetebridge.org032813 011013 This is the second concert of the groups 33rd concert season. Forbidden Broadways Greatest Hits, created and written by Gerard Alessandrini, May 3-19, presented by Eight OClock Theatre, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 19 and younger. Call 587-6793. The Swashbuckling Adventures of Alex Jones, with book, music and lyrics by Jason Tucker, July 12-21, presented by Eight OClock Theatre, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 19 and younger. Call 587-6793.Clearwater Murder Among Friends, by Bob Barry, through April 28, presented by Early Bird Dinner Theatre at the Italian-American Club, 200 S. McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Performances are Thursday through Sunday, with seating at 4 p.m. Matinees are Thursdays and Saturdays, with seating at 11 a.m. Admission is $32 plus tax and includes dinner and the show. For reservations, call 446-5898 or visit www.earlybirddinnertheatre.com. Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, Wednesday, April 17, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. After a highly successful bout on Broadway, Mike Tyson announced that he will take his acclaimed one-man show on a national tour. Helmed by renowned director Spike Lee and producer James L. Nederlander, the tour will make a stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on April 17. Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth is a rare, personal look inside the life and mind of one of the most feared men ever to wear the heavyweight crown. This riveting one-man show goes beyond the headlines, behind the scenes and between the lines to deliver a must-see theatrical knockout.Dunedin Films in the Park Friday, April 5, dusk, at Pioneer Park, at the intersection of Main Street and Douglas Avenue in Dunedin. Attendees may bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets and enjoy a relaxing evening watching a classic movie beneath the night sky. The featured film will be Angels in the Outfield. For information, call 812-4531.Pinellas Park Pinellas Park Orchestra Sunday, April 7, 7:30 p.m., at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. Admission is free but donations are encouraged. Call Dick VanDommelen at 415-9650 or visit www.pinellasparkorchestra.com. Sunsation Show Chorus presents Made In The U.S.A., Sunday, April 14, 3 p.m., at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. N., Pinellas Park. Tickets are $15. The show will feature a kaleidoscope of purely American music representing country, Broadway, Dixieland, rock and roll with songs such as When the Saints Go Marching In, Birth of the Blues, The Phantom of the Opera, Your Cheatin Heart and Seventy-Six Trombones. Call Beverly Timpf at 530-7190 or visit www.sunsationshowchorus.com.Seminole Suncoast Singers, Saturday, April 6, at Faith Presbyterian Church, 11501 Walker Ave., Seminole. Dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $26 for dinner and concert or $16 for the concert only. Call 453-9061. The program, Classics to Country, will feature favorite classics and country music. This will be an uplifting concert with a combination of nostalgic classic golden oldies, country songs and specialty numbers from many composers. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the churchs Honduras Mission Team. This is the second concert of the groups 33rd concert season. LOOKING AHEAD, from page 1BApril 4, 2013CapricornDecember 22 January 19 Calm down, Capricorn. You are ahead of schedule, way ahead. There is more than enough time to attend to the details. A relative lends a hand.AquariusJanuary 20 February 18 Press on, Aquarius. There is more to the project than meets the eye. 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Her Broadway credentials include the A.R.T. production of The Gershwins Porgy and Bess, Cirque du Soleils touring show Amaluna, A.R.T. Prometheus Bound, Death and The Powers: The Robots Opera, and Kiss Me, Kate. She is the recipient of the 2012 Founders Award for Excellence in Directing from the Drama League. Karole Armitage serves as choreographer. Armitage has choreographed for major dance companies throughout Europe and the United States and has directed operas for leading European houses. Known for her collaborations with important contemporary artists such as Jeff Koons and Brice Marden as well as pop icons such as Madonna and Michael Jackson Armitage made her Broadway debut in 2008 with Passing Strange and recently choreographed Amaluna for Cirque du Soleil. Hair is intended for mature audiences. REH to present West Side StoryRuth Eckerd Halls 2012-13 Broadway season will conclude with West Side Story, set to run June 21-23. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 7 p.m. Matinees will be Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets start at $50. West Side Story forever changed musical theater and remains as powerful, poignant and timely as ever. From the first note to the last breath, this Tony Award-winning Best Musical soars as one of the greatest love stories of all time. The Bernstein and Sondheim score is one of Broadways finest, featuring such classics as Somethings Coming, Tonight, America, I Feel Pretty and Somewhere. For information on the 2012-13 Broadway series at Ruth Eckerd Hall, call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com.Opening this weekendHollywood conjures Evil Dead remake; Jurassic Park returns to the big screen in 3D Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:Evil DeadGenre: Horror Cast: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas and Elizabeth Blackmore Director: Fede Alvarez Rated: R In the much-anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five 20-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. r When the group discovers a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival.Jurassic Park 3DGenre: Adventure and science fiction Cast: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Bob Peck, Martin Ferrero, Joseph Mazzello, Ariana Richards, Samuel L. Jackson, BD Wong and Wayne Knight Director: Steven Spielberg Rated: PG-13 Universal Pictures will release Steven Spielbergs groundbreaking classic Jurassic Park in 3D. With his remastering of the epic into a state-of-the-art 3D format, Spielberg introduces the three-time Academy Award-winning blockbuster to a new generation of moviegoers and allows longtime fans to experience the world he envisioned in a way that was unimaginable during the films original release. Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Attenborough, the film based on the novel by Michael Crichton is produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Gerald R. Molen. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.The Brass TeapotGenre: Comedy and drama Cast: Juno Temple, Michael Angarano, Alexis Bledel, Billy Magnussen, Alia Shawkat, Bobby Moynihan, Stephen Park and Debra Monk Director: Ramaa Mosley Rated: R John and Alice live in small town America 20s, married, very much in love, and broke. Once voted most likely to succeed, Alice struggles to make ends meet while her friends enjoy the good life. Her husband John, neurotic and riddled with phobias, just wants to get the bills paid. But an accident leads them to a roadside antique shop where Alice is spontaneously drawn to a mysterious brass teapot. It isnt long before they realize that this is no ordinary teapot and that perhaps they have found the answer to all of their financial woes. The Brass Teapot is a magical dark comedy that reminds us to be careful what we wish for.The Company You KeepGenre: Drama Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Robert Redford, Julie Christie, Richard Jenkins, Susan Sarandon, Stephen Root, Sam Elliott, Brendan Gleeson, Terrence Howard, Anna Kendrick and Jackie Evancho Director: Robert Redford Rated: R Jim Grant (Robert Redford) is a public interest lawyer and single father raising his daughter in the tranquil suburbs of Albany, New York. Grants world is turned upside down, when a brash young reporter named Ben Shepard (Shia LaBeouf) exposes his true identity as a former 1970s antiwar radical fugitive wanted for murder. After living for more than 30 years underground, Grant must now go on the run. With the FBI in hot pursuit, he sets off on a cross-country journey to track down the one person that can clear his name. Shepard knows the significance of the national news story he has exposed and, for a journalist, this is an opportunity of a lifetime. Hell-bent on making a name for himself, he is willing to stop at nothing to capitalize on it. He digs deep into Grants past. Despite warnings from his editor and threats from the FBI, Shepard relentlessly tracks Grant across the country. As Grant reopens old wounds and reconnects with former members of his antiwar group, the Weather Underground, Shepard realizes something about this man is just not adding up. With the FBI closing in, Shepard uncovers the shocking secrets Grant school, Simon Killer is an erotic and psychological portrait of Simon (Brady Corbet), a well-educated, handsome and seemingly sympathetic college graduate with just a hint of something off putting enough to ignite a sense of concern. Recently heartbroken, Simon travels to Paris to clear his head. After several days of wandering aimlessly, Simon finds himself drawn into a sex parlor and has a sexual encounter with an exotic prostitute, Victoria (Mati Diop). The chemistry builds between the two until they find themselves in a serious relationship, one that leads to blackmail, betrayal and the ultimate revelation of Simons true nature.TranceGenre: Thriller Cast: James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson Director: Danny Boyle Rated: R A fine art auctioneer mixed up with an underworld gang joins forces with a charismatic hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. As boundaries between desire, reality and hypnotic suggestion begin to blur the stakes rise faster and more dangerously than any of the players could have anticipated.For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link on the left-side menu. Photo courtesy of MAGNOLIA PICTURESChris Nicola, the caving enthusiast who unearthed the story recounted in No Place on Earth, descends into a cave in Georgia. No Place on Earth is a Magnolia Pictures release.Photo courtesy of MAGNOLIA PICTUREShas been keeping for the past three decades. 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But the Adamos idea of running a business didnt include the brick and mortar model. Instead, they opted to sell their creations online and at local craft and artisan fairs. The result is inspired, distinctive jewelry crafted from the finest gemstones, crystals and silver. We take our inspiration from the beautiful coastal areas where we live, Chris says on his website, but, also in the beauty and spirituality of the natural world around us. Sid and Lee Klein create beautiful hand cut jewelry out of coinage from countries around the world. We started creating cut-coin jewelry more than a quarter century ago in Sacramento, Calif., the couple explains on their website. We started at the local flea market, then to military bases, on to doing CB jamborees, and graduated to art and craft shows in shopping malls, traveling the United States. While they were working the shopping mall circuit, Lee learned to solder, so she can make cufflinks and tie tacks. She also makes buckles, but cufflinks are her favorite to make. We are now exhibiting our beautiful cut coins in outdoor craft shows and festivals, almost always in Florida.Author signingJulie Woik also will participate in this years festival. Woik is the author and creator of the successful childrens book series The Life and Times of Lilly the Lash. Designed for children age 10 and younger, the storybooks feature beautiful illustrations, entertaining educational activities and life lessons aimed at establishing strong self-esteem and building good character. To date, Woik has completed and published the first three books in a series that will eventually boast 15 titles. The fourth book has been written and is currently in the process of being illustrated. According to Woiks website, each book teaches an important lesson, such as self-worth, sharing, honesty and respect. Each book also has free teacher lesson plans, therapy lesson plans and crafting activities. There is a free motivational board game available for download on the website. There are hidden items in each book for children to find. A portion of the proceeds from book sales benefits a designated cause such as research into finding cures for breast cancer, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis and autism. According to Woik, Advanced Productions and Entertainment, a company who produces and directs plays for Nickelodeon, is in the process of creating an interactive musical based on the first book in the series. The play will be called Lilly the Lash: The Garden Gathering. Simultaneously, Woik reports a retired 35-year executive of Paramount Pictures is working with animators in Hollywood to develop a Lilly the Lash educational program.Upcoming showsAmerican Craft Endeavors also will be hosting the following upcoming festivals on Floridas west coast: 35th annual Siesta Fiesta, April 13-14, in Sarasota 10th annual Downtown Sarasota Craft Fair, May 18-19, in Sarasota 20th annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Art & Craft Festival, June 1-2, in St. Pete Beach 12th annual St. Armands Circle Craft Festival, June 8-9, in Sarasota 21st annual Downtown Venice Craft Festival, June 1516, in Venice 11th annual Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival, June 2223, in Dunedin The Madeira Beach Craft Festival, July 6-7, in Madeira Beach For information, visit www.art festival.com. Beach; and the Siesta Fiesta Craft Festival in Sarasota. The groups founders personally select unique, culture-rich cities for their show locations providing a complete outdoor experience unmatched by other festivals. All crafters are hand-selected from hundreds of applicants in order to ensure a superior event featuring diverse art media and the highest quality of original handmade crafts. In addition to original crafts handmade in America, the festival boasts 150 crafters from 30 different states, unique and affordable gift items and prices set to suit all budgets ranging from as little at $3 to $3,000. Crafts come in a vast array of artistic media, such as folk art, pottery, handmade jewelry, paintings, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, 3-D acrylic paintings, basket weaving, beaded utensils, candles, ceramics, cork assemblage, fabric design, fiber quilts, fused wax and glass, hair accessories, handmade cards, leather, mosaic/wood, painted wood, plaster craft and stained glass. There also will be a green market featuring exotic plants, gourmet dips and spices. The festival serves to support the arts, promote the Corey Avenue Merchants Association and boost the local economy. A portion of the proceeds will directly benefit the St. Pete Beach Corey Area Merchants.Participating craftersFollowing is a list of crafters expected to participate in this years festival: Chris and Nancy Adamo Jewelry Steve Archbold Wood names Barbara Bailey Fan blade covers Gissell and William Barbour Jewelry, ear cuffsClearwater High presents Leading Ladies to raise funds for the arts By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Clearwater High School Theater Arts presents Leading Ladies, Thursday through Saturday, April 4 to 6, 7 p.m., in the auditorium, 540 S. Hercules Ave. The production raises funds for the theater arts program and the Drama Club. Leading Ladies is a comedy written by playwright Ken Ludwig, who also penned Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo. The play centers on two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, who find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing Scenes from Shakespeare on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania, according to a play synopsis on Ludwigs website. When Jack and Leo hear that an old lady in York, Pa., is about to die and leave her fortune to her two long lost English nephews, they resolve to pass themselves off as her beloved relatives and get the cash. The trouble is, when they get to York, they find out that the relatives arent nephews, but nieces. Romantic entanglements abound, especially when Leo falls headover-petticoat in love with the old ladys vivacious niece, Meg, whos engaged to the local minister. Meg knows that theres a wide world out there, but its not until she meets Maxine and Stephanie that she finally gets a taste of it. Leading Ladies, directed by Ludwig, premiered at the Alley Theatre in October 2004.Student stars and support teamClearwater Highs show stars students Emma Barrow, Marge Bello, David DeSantis, Krenar Ndreu, Charlie Rowell, Judy Silverman and Josh Whedon. Teacher Joy Roche is director and producer; Kelsey Timpone is stage manager; Austin Zimmerman is technical director, and Niko Lyons is in charge of lighting. Costume designer Cheryl Abernathy is assisted by a group of Drama-Mamas, who along with the students sew all the costumes, according to parent Jodi Silverman. The students under the direction of Super-Dads Jon Silverman, Ryan Thompson and Doug Barrow, make all the backdrops, props and other set needs. About 85 students are members of Clearwater Highs Drama Club and all are given the ability to participate, according to publicity about the show sent out by Silverman. Leading Ladies is the last student production for the year. The group put on Legally Blonde in November 2012. Out of the 19 high schools in Pinellas County, CHS was selected to perform their student-directed One-Act play at the State competition.Tickets sales keep arts aliveTickets are $10 each and available at the door beginning at 7 p.m. Concessions are available before the performance and during intermission. Soft drinks and candy, along with freshly popped Orvilles Best Popcorn, are available for $1 each. All proceeds go toward student scholarships. Merit-based and needbased scholarships are awarded annually, which ensures that every student has the opportunity to participate in drama events. For less than the cost of an average movie ticket, and for far less than youd spend on movie theater concessions, you get an evening of great entertainment and the opportunity to help aspiring young performers, Silverman writes in information about the show. She also explains that students, parents and volunteers produce the show, and expenses must be paid from ticket sales. Only two things are provided by the school: the teacher and the auditorium thats it, Silverman said. All funding for royalties, wood, paint, hardware, costumes, wigs, make-up, lighting, the printing of programs and flyers, basically everything else comes from ticket sales, a few generous sponsors, and year-round fundraising events run by parents and students together. The CHS Drama Booster Club, aka Masque & Gavel Inc., is 100 percent nonprofit and 100 percent volunteer operated. Every penny raised goes to help students. In fact, not once has a student been unable to participate, or even compete at State (competition), as CHS Drama is doing next week, due to a lack of funds, according to Silverman. The show must go on! And it does, every year, through countless hours of hard work and dedication from the teacher, Mrs. Joy Roche, the Drama students, and a large group of parents, relatives, and friends. For more information, call 298-1620. CRAFTS, from page 1B

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Tf10.878 0 0 11 306.437 101.8919 Tm[(fbfbbb\033bb\033 rrn!! bb )1(!!t I=@8=B;\035CBHF57HCFG I=@8=B;\035CBHF57HCFG \005"95H=B; \005"95H=B; IHC,9D5=F*CK9F=B8CK\005&C7?,9D5=F (?9;DI;:)1()E8?B;)1(#K7H7DJ;;:)]TJ0 -1.103 Td[("H;;)1(;IJ?C7J;Ir)]TJ/TT0 1 Tf7.156 0 Td()Tj/T1_1 1 Tf-7.156 -1.071 Td[(BB,EM;HKJEr9EC)1(&?C)1(/7?BEH)]TJET0 0 0 0.6 k/GS2 gs276 561.494 107.979 18.792 refBT0 0 0 0 k/TT0 1 Tf8.4 0 0 12 278.0048 567.2855 Tm(=B9HG&&))\03556=B9HGn\035CIBH9F JEFIr)1(.;<79;.;FB79;r)]TJ-2.746 -1.071 Td[("H;;)1(!IJ?C7J;I)1(ECFKJ;H)1( ;I?=Dr)]TJ0.417 -1.071 Td[()1(OHIr)1(fr)1(bfr )2?I7 ?I9EL;Hr 'KIJEC)1('?J9>;D)1(%D9r)]TJ-0.667 -1.071 Td[(MMMrAKIJECA?J9>;DrD;JCAD@9H9)-55(IGHCA)-55(=B9HG'?J9>;DI)-137(7J>Ir)-137((EM)-137(.7J;I)-137("H;;)]TJT*[(!IJ?C7J;I)-137(BB)-137(3EHA)-137(#K7H7DJ;;:r)]TJ0 -1.071 Td[(fr)-137(7HF;DJ;HI)-137(EHD;H)-137(E<)]TJ0 -1.071 Td[("BEH?:7r)1(BB)1(bfr FD9BHFMCB\034C@5A\037BH9FDF=G9Gn#B7f)Tj/T1_1 1 Tf7 0 0 7 283.9751 298.314 Tm[(HF;DJHO)1(.;<79?D=)1(.;F7?HI)]TJ1.886 -1.071 Td[( EEHI)1()EB:?D=I)1(;J9r)]TJ-2.913 -1.071 Td[()1(OHIr)1(?D)1(,?D;BB7Ir)1(bfr )(,#!".\035,*(.,3 .EJJ;:)1(MEE:)1(H;FB79;:)1(:EEHI :HOM7BB)1(CEB:?D=)1(H;F7?HI "?D?I>)1(HF;DJ;Hr)1(/;HL?D=)1(,?D;BB7I )1(O;7HIr)1((?9fr)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ3.413 -1.071 Td[(bfr FD9BHFM1,."'('),(#4.#)()Tj/T1_1 1 Tf-0.073 -1.071 Td[(0;HC?J;)1(:7C7=;:HOM7BB)1(J;NJKH;)]TJ1.054 -1.071 Td[(CEL;)1(M7BBI)1(?DJ;H?EH)1(H;CE:;Br)]TJ1.316 -1.103 Td[(n)1(O;7HI)1(;NF;H?;D9;r)]TJ-1.483 -1.071 Td[((?9r)1(fr)1(bfr FD9BHFM.F=A FD9H\035@95B=B;&.#\035,*.\035&(#(! )1(3>EB;)1($EKI;)1( ;;F)1(B;7D .;IJH?9J?EDI)1(FFBOr)1(*E)1($?::;D >7H=;I)1(BB)1(bfr #.!!*)-578((!*)-578(+*!,0/)]TJT*[((;M?I)-137("EHC;HBO)-137(E<)-137(#H;;D)-137(B;7Dr)-137()]TJ0 -1.071 TD[(7HF;J)-137(0?B;)-137()-137(#HEKJ)-137(B;7D?D=r)-137()]TJ-0 -1.071 Td[(BB)1(0E:7O)1(bf �#(!,))'n\036#(#(!,))' )1($7BBM7O)1(r)1(BIE)1("KHD?JKH;)]TJ0.583 -1.071 Td[(B;7D?D=r)1(HF;J)1(/JH;J9>?D=)]TJ0.945 -1.071 Td[($Hr)1(bf)]TJ1.775 -1.071 Td[(bfr FD9H\035@95B=B;,))'-\003n\03699D\035@95B=B;)]TJ1.121 -1.071 Td[((EMf)E?IJKH;)1();J>E:)1("7IJ)]TJ-1.082 -1.071 Td[( HO?D=r)1(0?B;)1(7D:)1(#HEKJ)1(B;7D?D=r)]TJ0.611 -1.071 Td[(+D)1(0>;)1(/FEJr)1(bfr FD9H,9D5=F,*.,*#,-\0343.)'+L;H)1(f5;7HI)1(!NFr)1(?D)1(,?D;BB7Ir %DIJ7BB7J?ED)1(L7?B78B;r)1("H;;)1(!IJr bf)1(bf FD9H-5@9GP+/&#.3\035,*.Q .;F7?HI)1(.;fIJH;J9>;Ir)1(3EE:)]TJ-0.165 -1.071 Td[((7C?D7J;)1(HF;J)1(0?B;r)1(/7B;I)]TJ-0.389 -1.071 Td[(/;HL?9;r)1(H;:?Jf97H:I)1(799;FJ;:r)]TJ2.052 -1.071 Td[(f5;7HI)1(!NF;H?;D9;r)]TJ1.5 -1.071 Td[(bfr ,*.\035&(#(! #0#-#)(n\006f =@=B;G)/-.#&/*!,-n .;F7?HI)1(37J;H)1( 7C7=;r)1(!IJr)]TJ-0.001 -1.071 Td[(r)1(,HECFJ)1()1(,HE<;II?ED7Br .;<;H;D9;Ir)1(/O:EM)1(;?B?D=I)]TJ2.971 -1.071 Td[(bfr fnt\004tnt rttbt\tO*CD7CFB,9ACJ5@OF57?98\0359=@=B;GO*@5GH9FrFMK5@@,9D5=FO15H9F\0365A5;9,9D5=FO)IH8CCF\0359=@=B;Gr\005rn\tf rf\006\021tb\023fr\013 =B5B7=B;(?9r)1(.fED:;:)]TJ2.436 -1.224 Td[(%DIKH;:)1("H;;)1(!IJrfrnftb\001 F5A=7.=@9CK9G\037LD9FH\0359F5A=7.=@93!)1(0%(!)1(!2!.50$%*# ?I9EKDJI)1(7L7?B78B;)1(DEM)1(ED 87J>)1(A?J9>;D)1(H;CE:;B?D= "H;;)1(!IJ?C7J;Ir)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ-0.666 -1.071 Td[((?9fr)1(bf ;H7C?9)1((?<;f/JOB;)1(%D9r "/-(\005# .'\000 (EM)1((EM)1(,H?9;I)1(.;F7?HI)1(*;M)]TJ0.943 -1.071 Td[(%DIJ7BB7J?EDIr)1(r)1(3$5)]TJ-0.998 -1.103 Td[(3%0bfr)1(2?I7) F5A=7.=@9(T-\035/-.)'.#&n#B7f)Tj/T1_1 1 Tf0.423 -1.039 Td[(/F;9?7B?P?D=)1(?D)1(.;CE:;B?D=)]TJ-0.387 -1.071 Td[(J>fJEf/>EM;H)1(EDL;HI?EDI)]TJ-0.557 -1.071 Td[("BEEHI)1('?J9>;DI)1(9AIFB7I>;I)]TJ-0.246 -1.071 Td[(.;F7?HIr)1(fr)1(bfr*=B9@@5G*5G7C.=@9'5F6@9)1(5;7HI)1(!NF;H?;D9;)1(%CF;9978B;)]TJ0 -1.071 TD[(3EHAC7DI>?F)1("BEEHI'?J9>;DI)]TJ0 -1.071 TD[(J>HEECIr)1(.;<;H;D9;I)1(L7?B78B;r "H;;)1(!IJ?C7J;Ir)1((?9)1(f %DIKH;:r)1(E8)1(bf @95B=B;\005$5B=HCF=5@ ,\037-.#'.-f %<)1((!*%I)1(3>7J)1(5EK)1(37DJ)]TJ0.777 -1.071 Td[((!*)1(%I)1(3>7J)1(5EK)1(#;J 3>;D)1(5EK)1(BB)1(#;EH=;JJ;r)]TJ2.415 -1.071 Td[(bfr ),&n)Tj6.9 0 0 6.9 688.6354 381.8684 Tm( ,\037GH=A5H9Gf/KF;H?EH)1(B;7D?D=r)]TJ-3.523 -1.071 Td[(.;I?:;DJ?7B)1(7FFO)-137(M9ECF7D?;I)-137(J>7J)-137(IJ7HJ)]TJ-0 -1.071 Td[(EKJ)-137(=H;7J)-137(J>;D)-137(BEI;)-137(J>;?H)-137(9B;7D?D=)]TJ0 -1.071 Td[(JEK9>)1(BB)1(0;HH?)1()1(bfr !1.+,!*)-137((!*%*#)-137(( 5r)]TJ0 -1.071 Td[(!NF;H?;D9;:)-137(:;F;D:78B;)-137(=H;7J)]TJ0 -1.071 Td[(GK7B?JO)-137(EHEK=>)1(0HKIJMEHJ>O)1(.;B?78B;)]TJ4.327 -1.071 Td[(7D:)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ-2.083 -1.071 Td[(!N9;BB;DJ)1(.;<;H;D9;Ir)]TJ8 0 0 8 783.8159 469.0542 Tm[(bf KKKfA9@=GG5?@95BGf7CA*)&#-")'( #H;7J)1(B;7D?D=)1(#H;7J)1(,H?9;)]TJ-0.529 -1.071 Td[(!N9;BB;DJ)1(.;<;H;D9;Ir)1(1HIPKB7)1()]TJ3.415 -1.071 Td[(bfr /$!((5Q/)-137($+1/!)-137((!*%*#)]TJ0 -1.071 TD[(+D)-137()-137(0>;)-137()-137(;79>r)-137()-137(!NF;H?;D9;:)]TJ0 -1.071 TD[(,HE<;II?ED7Br)-137(7BB)-137("EH)-137(/F;97?BI)]TJ-0 -1.071 Td[(bfr CADIH9F-9FJ=79G',%\0370(-\035)'*/.,-0>;)1(7J)1(BE97B)1(%0)]TJ0.139 -1.071 Td[(:;F7HJC;DJI)1(7D:)1(EJ>;H)1(ECFKJ;H)]TJ1.108 -1.071 Td[(I>EFI)1(=E)1(JE)1(M>;D)1(J>;O)1(D;;:)]TJ-1.083 -1.071 Td[(7II?IJ7D9;r)1(O;7HI)1(?D)1(8KI?D;II)]TJ1.208 -1.071 Td[(n)1(9ECFKJ;HI)1(?D)1(IJE9A)1(7D:)]TJ0.208 -1.071 Td[(J>EKI7D:I)1(E<)1(>7FFO)1(H;F;7J)]TJ0.002 -1.071 Td[(9KIJEC;HIr)1(3;)1(E<<;H)1(7)1(H7H;)]TJ-0.446 -1.071 Td[(9EC8?D7J?ED)1(E<)1(ECF;J;D9;)]TJ-0.277 -1.071 Td[(0HKIJ)1(27BK;)1(7D:)1("7IJ)1(I;HL?9;r)]TJ-0.721 -1.071 Td[(BB)1(EF)1(EH)1(+DI?J;)1(/;HL?9;)]TJ7.5 0 0 7.5 784.363 242.1674 Tm( r*E)1(FHE8B;C)1(M;)1(97DJ)1()1(FHEEKHIr)]TJ0.498 -1.071 Td[(;)1(OEKH)1(EMD)1(8EII F95GBCKJ5=@56@9 t)1(/;C?DEB;)1(f)1((7H=E)1(f)1(';DD;J>)1(?JO t)1(/Jr)1(,;J;HI8KH=)1(f)1(0?;HH7)1(2;H:; t)1()7:;?H7)1(>r)1(f)1(%D:?7D)1(.AIr)1(>r t)1(B;7HM7J;H)1(f)1(,7BC)1($7H8EH)1(f)]TJ2.884 -1.071 Td[(07HFED)1(/FH?D=I )KIJ)1(8;)1(7J)1(B;7IJ)1()]TJ-0.473 -1.071 Td[(27B?:)1(:H?L;HI)1(B?9;DI;r)]TJ0.222 -1.071 Td[(.;B?78B;)1(L;>?9B;)1(7D:)]TJ1.333 -1.071 Td[(97H)1(?DIKH7D9;r H5AD565Mf7CAr8=GHF=6IHCF)Tj/T1_1 1 Tf2.451 -1.071 Td[(fffr r".#(!\005-,0#\ .'*\034n\036 .;I?:;DJ?7B)1(/7B;I)1()1(/;HL?9; )1(+<<)1("EH)1();DJ?ED?D=)1(0>?I)1(: &&.)\006 &#f "&T-\033r-,0##(f .;B?78B;)1(/7C;f 7O)1(/;HL?9; +D)1(BB)1(H7D:Ir)1("H;;)1(!IJr)1(+D .;FB79;C;DJr)1(bfr )]TJ/TT0 1 Tf6.273 0 Td(KKKf<5@9G57f7CA -'\036-,0# )1(/;HL?9;)1(*E)1(+L;HJ?C;)]TJ-0.112 -1.071 Td[(>7H=;Ir)1(".!!)1(!IJ?C7J;I)]TJ0.804 -1.071 Td[(".!!)1(/;9ED:)1(+F?D?EDr)]TJ1.889 -1.071 Td[(bf (?9;DI;:%DIKH;:r)1( /;D?EH)1()1()?B?J7HO)1( ?I9EKDJIr ntb\t1\034.)Tj-3.723 -1.071 Td(")'(.,*,#5;7HIr)1()7:;)1(?D)1(EKH)1(I>EFr)]TJ0.442 -1.071 Td[(.;<79;)1(.;F7?DJ)1(.;FB79;r)]TJ/TT0 1 Tf-1.011 -1.103 Td(n\006 (?9r)]TJ/TT0 1 Tf-4.171 -1.103 Td(KKKf7CA9H756=B9HG=B7f7CA r3FGf =B=G<\0355FD9BH9F /F;9?7B?P?D=)1(?DHEMD)1()EB:?D=)]TJ0.806 -1.071 Td[(E<<;H;:)1(;?B?D=I)1()7DJB;I)]TJ0.415 -1.071 Td[(37?DI9EJ?D=)1(;7:8E7H:)]TJ-0.833 -1.071 Td[(EBKCDI)1( EEHM7OI)1('?J9>;D)]TJ-0.553 -1.071 Td[(8?D;JHOr)1( EEH)1(.;FB79;C;DJIr 2?D9;)1()7DJ;=D7)1((?9)]TJ1.196 -1.071 Td[(%DIKH;:r)1(bfMMMr.+3*7D:0.%)8O !/%#*r9EC nb\004nbr)37(n\006 n\003rbfnt **&\005*-9FJ=79\005,9D5=FG .;7IED78B;)1(.7J;Ir)1(/7J?I<79J?ED)]TJ1.861 -1.071 Td[(#K7H7DJ;;:)1(BB)1(.7<;)]TJ-1.196 -1.21 Td[(B;7HM7J;H)]TJ/TT0 1 Tf8 0 0 8 801.6218 149.4469 Tm(MMMr7779ECFKJ;H:E9JEHr9EC "IB;FM CF,9GI@HG .FM\ &--# # &#( (CCB'CB85M @@\021 tnnf rt)1(n rnf ntb)1(

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Sunday All Day and Night $2 Drinks 9PM to Close College Night Beer Pong DARTS GYROS RIBS DARTS WINGS FOOSBALL WINGS DECK & PATIO BAR DECK & PATIO BAR WINGS FOOSBALL 7924 ULMERTON RD., LARGO 727-538-8915 Thursday, April 4th 6-10pmTRIBUTE to Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson & Patsy ClineFridaysJelvis 6-10pmSaturday, April 6thDJ Monty 8pm-2am 2 for 1s All Day!www.louiesgrillandbarlargo.com Grill & Sports BarServing Pinellas for 28 Years! FISH FRY FRIDAYS! 040413 Annual festival showcases crawdads, zydeco and Cajun cuisine By LEE CLARK ZUMPEPINELLAS PARK Crawfish, crawdads, crayfish no matter what theyre called, the Cajun comfort food is in season and a celebration is required. The 16th annual Crawfish Festival will run Friday through Sunday, April 5-7, at Cajun Caf on the Bayou, 8101 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Admission at the gate for adults is $15 on Friday, $20 on Saturday and $20 on Sunday. Admission at the gate for children ages 3 to 14 is $3 each day. Children 2 and younger will be admitted for free with a paying adult. Advance tickets are $10 for Friday, $20 for Saturday and $20 for Sunday. A three-day pass also will be available for $25 in advance or $30 at the gate. For advance tickets, visit Etix.com. As usual, the highlight of the festival will be those tasty freshwater crustaceans that look like miniature lobsters. The crawfish will be served up in authentic Cajun and Louisiana style. When in season, Cajun Caf offers boiled crawfish as a dine-in special, available only as long as the supply lasts. The generous helping is served piping hot with corn on the cob, potatoes, onions and bay leaves. Since it doesnt seem right to partake in this uniquely Cajun experience without musical accompaniment, organizers also have lined up fitting entertainment in the form of zydeco music and dancing. The festival also will feature plenty of authentic Cajun food, fine craft ales and an art exhibit.Cajun comfort foodCrawfish are plentiful in the swamps and marshes of south Louisiana and are considered a Cajun comfort food. According to the website of the Louisiana Crawfish Promotion and Research Board, in addition to wild-caught crawfish particularly from the Atchafalya Basin there are thousands of acres of crawfish ponds managed by farmers in the lower Gulf Coast regions that provide a consistent and readily available supply of fresh crawfish. Most crawfish are harvested between December and June, but March, April and May are the peak months when Louisiana supplies are greatest and quality is best. The board reports that the combined annual yield ranges from 120 million to 150 million pounds of crawfish, with the total economic contribution to the Louisiana economy exceeding $300 million annually. It is estimated that more than 7,000 people depend directly or indirectly on the crawfish industry in Louisiana. Crawfish are an excellent source of high-quality protein. They are low in calories, fat and saturated fat. According to the Louisiana Crawfish Promotion and Research Board, crawfish also are a good source of vitamin B12, niacin, iron, copper and selenium. Zydeco band lineupZydeco evolved in the bayou country of Louisiana in the 19th century, derived from Creole musical traditions. It combines tunes of French origin with elements of Caribbean music, blues and roots music. Some of todays zydeco artists embrace modern genre components, as well, such as soul, reggae, hiphop and ska. Scheduled to perform at this years Crawfish Festival are Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble, John Wilson & the Zydeco Houserockers, J.B.s ZydecoZoo and Ramblegrass. This years tentative festival schedule is as follows: Friday, April 5 Gates open 5 p.m. Ramblegrass 5 to 7 p.m. J.B.s ZydecoZoo 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 6 Gates open 1 p.m. Ramblegrass Band 1 to 2:30 p.m. J.B.s ZydecoZoo 2:30 to 4 p.m. John Wilson & the Zydeco House Rockers 4 to 7 p.m. Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trobule 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, April 7 Gates open 1 p.m. John Wilson & the Zydeco House Rockers 1 to 4 p.m. Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble 4 to 8 p.m.Exhibiting artistSusie Gyarmathy will dsplay some of her work at Cajun Caf on the Bayou during the upcoming Crawfish Festival. Gyarmathy was born and raised in Pinellas County and her paintings depict local wildlife and beach scenes particularly those images she remembers from her childhood. A mixed media artist, Gyarmathy is currently concentrating on acrylic painting. She has no formal art training, but she has always been involved in some sort of creative process. I began painting in 2010, with a mural on my grandbabys playroom wall, followed by a canvas painting that my oldest daughter had requested, Gyarmathy says in her artist bio on her website. Once I picked up the brush, I didnt want to put it down. In 2011, I participated in three small art festivals, one of which was a juried fine art festival. For more information, visit www.sandy toeswarmheart.com.Festival informationThe festival grounds are located outside Cajun Caf on the Bayou, 8101 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Parking is free and parking attendants will direct attendee to a parking space. Cajun Caf on the Bayou prohibits bringing the following items to festival grounds: Alcohol of any kind Glass containers Coolers (large or small) Animals (service animals with documents will be allowed) Knives or weapons of any kind Additionally, no beverages may be brought into or out of the festival gates. For more information, visit www.cajun cafeonthebayou.com. Merritt, Dinnerstein to perform as part of Club Jaeb seriesTAMPA As part of the 2012-13 Club Jaeb series, Tift Merritt and Simone Dinnerstein will perform Saturday, April 6, 7:30 p.m., in Ferguson Hall, at the David A Straz Jr. Center, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $28.50. Call 813-229-7827 or visit www.straz center.org. Pianist Simone Dinnerstein and singer-songwriter Tift Merritt joined forces to record the recently released CD Night, a unique collaboration uniting folk, rock and classical worlds and exploring common terrain while uncovering new musical landscapes. Dinnerstein a Juilliard-trained classical pianist from Brooklyn and Merritt a singer-songwriter from North Carolina whose father taught her to play by ear could not come from more different musical backgrounds. Still, when the two met they immediately realized that their passion for music was kindred, if not the same. While it may seem an odd pairing at first, this Grammy Award-nominated alt-country darling and a pianist known for her interpretations of Bach, Beethoven and Shubert found common musical ground. Merritt has always resisted easy classifications, as comfortable in Nashvilles Ryman Auditorium as in Paris, where she lived for a while. According to her publicist Sacks and Co., she currently lives in New York City with her husband and longtime collaborator Zeke Hutchins. She released her debut album, Bramble Rose, in 2002 and she has since released three full-length albums and two live records. Merritt has toured throughout the United States and Europe, performing with artists including Iron & Wine, Elvis Costello and Emmylou Harris. Merritts 2004 release Tambourine was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Album as well as three Americana Music Awards. Dinnerstein initially gained an international following based upon of 2007 lists including those of The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The New Yorker. According to Christina Jensen PR, Dinnerstein has released three solo efforts since then, including The Berlin Concert (Telarc), Bach: A Strange Beauty (Sony) and Something Almost Being Said (Sony). Like her debut, these releases also have topped the classical charts, with Bach: A Strange Beauty making the Billboard Top 200, which compiles the entire music industrys sales of albums in all genres. Dinnerstein was the bestselling instrumentalist of 2011 on the U.S. Billboard Classical Chart and was included in NPRs 2011 100 Favorite Songs from all genres. Dinnerstein is a graduate of The Juilliard School where she was a student of Peter Serkin. She was a winner of the Astral Artist National Auditions, and has received the National Museum of Women in the Arts Award and the Classical Recording Foundation Award. She also studied with Solomon Mikowsky at the Manhattan School of Music and in London with Maria Curcio. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son. The two artists combine their talents on Night. Night presents a distinctive musical partnership uniting diverse genres such as classical, folk, and rock. A pioneering effort, their artistic exploration has led to a new melodic milieu. Night features original songs by Brad Mehldau and Patty Griffin, Merritts own songs, selections by Bach and Schubert, and The Cohen Variations by Daniel Felsenfeld, based on Leonard Cohens Suzanne. Now celebrating its eighth season, Club Jaeb features folk, Americana, alternative, country and other handpicked music that matters, according to the Straz Center website. The Club Jaeb Series is presented by Merchants Association of Florida Inc. the remarkable success of her recording of Bachs Goldberg Variations. The New York based pianist raised the funds to record the CD which was released in 2007 on Telarc. It ranked No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Classical Chart in its first week of sales and was named to many Best Photo courtesy of THE STRAZ CENTERSimone Dinnerstein, left, and Tift Merritt perform April 6 at Tampas Straz Center.



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Investigation reveals low moraleFirefighters name several leadership problems with former fire chief By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Commission Chair Ken Welch delivered the first-ever state of the county address Wednesday, March 27. Pinellas County is committed to transparent and accessible government, and this virtual state of the county message is part of an ongoing effort to share important information with you, Pinellas County citizens, on the important issues facing our community and to encourage your feedback, Welch said by way of an introduction. He then spent nearly 18 minutes talking about the work done by the commission in the first quarter of 2013. He also outlined some of the countys biggest challenges including the budget, public transportation and the high-cost of poverty. The last few years have been challenging for many in our community, including your county government, Welch said. However, Im pleased to report to you that despite the challenges weve faced, our opLARGOFire Employee of the Year named Largo Fire Rescue recently named department administrative assistant Julie Barlet as the Fire Service Employee of the Year. Barlet has worked for the agency since June 2006. She regularly volunteers and assists with most of the agencys annual events. ... Page 3A. Volunteering in the communityVeritas Academy students Julia Smith, 18, left. and Monique Oliver, 16, clean the windows of Heron House, an assisted living facility in Largo. ... Page 11A.SCHOOLS POLICEBicyclist injured on Belcher RoadTraffic Homicide Investigators from the Largo Police Department began investigating a bicycle crash at the intersection of Belcher and Ulmerton roads the morning of April 2. An adult male bicyclist was traveling westbound across Belcher Road at Ulmerton Road when he was struck by a Dodge Neon traveling southbound on Belcher Road. He was seriously injured and flown to an area hospital. ... Page 5A.COUNTYUnemployment drops in PinellasFebruarys unemployment report is good news for Pinellas County. Pinellas Countys rate dropped 9.1 percent in February 2012 to 7.3 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January this year was 7.8 percent. ... Page 7A.Welch delivers inaugural state of the county addressPublic input needed to shape budget County to meet with public to discuss issues ... Page 6A. Check out these and other events coming to Pinellas County this week ... Page 1B.Crafts displayed on Corey; the musical Hair hits Clearwater Volume XXXV,No. 37 April 4, 2013 www.TBNweekly.com AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY?Diagnosis Treatment Rehab Attorne y and Specialist ReferralsGreg Hollstrom II, DC, Brian Rebori, DC 11444 Seminole Blvd., Largo 727-393-6100 drgreghollstrom.com032113 $49FIRST MASSAGE*$59FIRST FACIAL* 10609 Ulmerton Rd. 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TORRESLARG0 The pirate theme of Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaffs new thrift store encompasses more than the treasures they offer at reasonable prices. Pirates of Largo, at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road, is all about attitude, from its open garage doors to its tall cypress masts, carved by Miranda himself using only a drawknife. Pirate attitude is part of the flavor that manifests itself in palm tree-painted furniture, Jimmy Buffett blaring over the speakers, random assortments of clothing, hats and musical instruments and the colorfully decorative but undoubtedly angry wooden piranhas that Phaff is known for. Miranda admitted that he was hesitant about the name for the shop at first, but is glad he committed to the concept. As people came in, they thought it was fun, he said. It works well with our personalities. Phaff agreed. If somethings not spelled Pinellas County Commission Chair Ken Welch delivers the first-ever state of the county address March 27. Largo to pass new ordinance targeting street prostitutionportunities for progress are even greater, and the state of Pinellas County is strong. Moving our community forward will require vision, more collaboration and a strategic holistic approach to building a stronger community. Welch provided an update on the strategic planning the commission has been working on for the past four years and progress toward improving delivery of core services. He highlighted some of the actions taken during the first quarter of 2013, including returning fluoride to the drinking water supply on March 1, approving Tampa Bays first countywide domestic partnership registry and a resolution of intent to place a referendum on the 2014 Julie Barlet Features Business . . . . . . . . . . .9A Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B County . . . . . . . . . . .5-7A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-4, 8B Health & tness . . . . . . . .8A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Largo . . . . . . . . . . .2-4A Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .13A Pet connection . . . . . . . .14A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .5A Schools . . . . . . . . . .10-11A Sports . . . . . . . . . . .15A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .12A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising VIEWPOINTSAs I See It Dont permit free agency in high school sports, two Ex-Buccaneers stars say. Page 12A.Largos business renaissance Photos by JULIANA A. TORRESArtists and self-described pirates Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaff are the owners of Pirates of Largo, a new thrift store at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road. Incorporated in the pirate-themed decor of the shop are masts Miranda carved from cypress trunks with a drawknife, shown behind them. See PIRATES, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARG0 The Largo Police Department is hoping that a proposed ordinance will allow them to arrest more prostitutes working local street corners. We received numerous community complaints typically in the Clearwater-Largo Road corridor for working, street-level prostitutes, police Sgt. Michael Bruno explained to the Largo Commission April 2. Commissioners gave their initial approval of a measure that makes certain habits and behaviors of prostitutes illegal within Largos city limits. Currently, investigators are bound by the standards of the state statute. That means police have two ways of making an arrest for prostitution. First, they can watch suspected prostitutes, wait for a John to pick them up, stop his vehicle and hope that someone in the car admits to exchanging money for sex. If were unable to get an admission from one or both of those parties, were really unable to take enforcement action under the state statute, Bruno said. The second method involves an undercover police officer witnessing the solicitation firsthand. Most of the prostitutes that work this area have been arrested multiple times, often by us multiple times, Bruno said. We have to convince them that were not working with law enforcement. To screen the potential client, prostitutes will ask an undercover officer to either touch them inappropriately or expose himself inappropriately. Which of course, were not going to do, Bruno said. That See PROSTITUTION, page 4A See ADDRESS, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO Firefighters and their supervisors with decades of history with Largo Fire Rescue reported in an internal investigation on the performance of former Fire Chief Mike Wallace that the morale within the department was the lowest they had ever experienced. A common thread throughout the information provided by staff is that morale is at an all-time low, Human Resources Director Susan Sinz concluded in her report. Sinz acknowledges that some of the 54 employees who were interviewed for the report attribute the morale decrease to economic conditions, including lack of pay raises, pension reforms and staff reductions. However, many listed a string of problems with leadership, starting with Wallaces management of the department. Wallace, who was first hired to serve as Largos fire chief in October 2007, retired from the position, effective April 1, as a result of the citys investigation into his performance. Deputy Chief Shelby Willis was named acting fire chief until a replacement is hired. As one of his first orders of business, Willis shifted leadership roles in the department in direct response to some of the complaints raised by fire personnel. In particular, those interviewed in the investigation most frequently complained about the promotion of Joe Pennino, who served as District Chief for only a matter of months before he was promoted to chief of operations. Rank and file alike said that Pennino lacked the experience in the field to qualify for his promotion and See INVESTIGATION, page 4A

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To be eligible for the promotion, Scouts must be active in their troop for at least four months as a First Class Scout, demonstrate Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath and Scout Law in their everyday lives, earn six merit badges including four from the required Eagle Scout badges and meet service and leadership requirements.Star Scout promotion City calendar City calendarLargo Central ParkThe Largo Central Park is at 101 Central Park Drive. Within the park are Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, the Largo Pu blic Library, at 120 Central Park Drive, and the historic Largo Feed Store, at 295 Central Park Drive. For information about special events, call 587-6740, ext. 5014 or visit LargoEvents.comPawFest LARGO The Kiwanis Club of Largo/Mid-Pinellas will host the seventh annual PawFest on Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Largo Central Park. The carnival for children and canines alike will feature a playhouse of contests and games; food and beverages from the Bark Caf; the Activity Midway, showcasing obedience, skills and safety demonstrations as well as health screening and the Doggy Mall, offering accessories and services. Area rescue groups and shelters will bring adaptable pets. The event also will see the award of Veterinarian of the Year and a demonstration from K-9 Murphy, purchased by the Kiwanis Club for the Largo Police Department. Snapper the PARC therapy dog whose life-saving efforts with developmental disabled clients are described in the childrens book Hold My Paw will pose for pictures and pawtograph her book. For more information, call 536-0412 or visit www.largokiwanis.org.City seeks community input LARGO The city of Largo is encouraging citizens to get involved in their local governments priorities as city leaders plan for Largos longterm future through either a workshop or by taking an online survey. The Community Values Workshops are for small groups of citizens to discuss their values as a community. A continental breakfast will be provided at the third and final workshop on Thursday, April 11, 8 to 9:30 a.m., in Jenkins Room A of the library. Those who would like to attend one of the workshops can register online at www.largo.com/values or call 587-6790. Registration is limited to the first 30 individuals for each session. Anyone who is unable to attend a workshop but would like to share their ideas can take the online survey at www.largo.com/values. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. The results will be posted after May 1. Participants of the online survey will be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift card. The city of Largo sincerely values the input of its residents. The information they provide will guide city leaders in making decisions for the future of our community. To participate or to learn more, visit Largo.com/values or call 587-6790.Playing! UnpluggedLARGO The city of Largo is encouraging families to turn off the TV, video games and electronics and join the second annual Playing! Unplugged event on April 13, 2 to 7 p.m., at Largo Central Park, 101 Central Park Drive. This free event will feature a variety of hands-on activities and play spaces throughout the park, where kids of all ages will play with cardboard boxes, fabric, buckets, ropes, paintbrushes and more. Children will engage in activities involving construction play, adventure, slackline, archery, dance and music, physical play, toddler, discovery, art and nature. Families also will enjoy live entertainment, healthy food vendors, drum circle performances and train rides aboard Largo Central Railroads miniature trains from 2 to 5 p.m. The Tampa Bay Rays Street Team will be on site along with Boy Scouts of America who will be assisting children with tree climbing and ziplining. The event will wrap up with a campfire around the fire circle in the park. Playing! Unplugged seeks to educate parents on the many benefits of creativity and free play, including the positive impact it can have on leading a healthy lifestyle and staying active. The city is teaming up with local businesses and medical professionals for this event. For more information, visit Largo.com/unplugged or call 587-6740, ext. 5014.Family History Assistance DayLARGO Pinellas Genealogy Society and Largo Public Library are offering Family History Assistance Day, on Saturday, April 27, noon to 4 p.m., in the Jenkins Room on the first floor of the library. Bring information about your family and receive free one-on-one assistance from a consultant from the society. Beginners are especially encouraged to attend and experience the process of tracing their genealogical history. Society members also will be giving tours of the librarys Genealogy Center and available classes. For more information about this Pinellas Genealogy Society event, call Bob Bryan at 595-4521 or send email to Bbryan84@gmail.com.Genealogy classesLARGO The Pinellas Genealogy Society offers a variety of free classes every month at Largo Public Library. Topics in April include How to use familysearch.org, DNA Testing for Genealogy, Using Google for Genealogy and Courthouse Records. For a complete listing with details of classes and scheduled times, visit www.flpgs.org/classes.aspx. For more information, email Bob Bryan at BBryan84@gmail.com or call 595-4521.Largo Community CenterLargo Community Center is at 400 Alt. Keene Road. Visit LargoCom munityCenter.com or call 518-3131.Senior driver safety course offeredLARGO The Largo Community Center will host an AARP drivers safety six-hour course over two days on Thursday and Friday, April 4-5, 9 a.m. to noon. The cost is $12 for AARP cardholders or $14 for those who have no AARP card. Weekly events Square dancing: Fridays, 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. Spend the evening dancing country-style to professional caller Allen Snell. The cost is $6. Swing dancing: Saturdays, 7 to 11 p.m. Enjoy an evening of dancing and socializing on a 5,600-square-foot sprung hardwood floor. Free lessons from 7 to 8 p.m., followed by a dance with music by DJ Savoy Swing. The cost is $6 with a recreation card and $7 without one. Bay Area Singles dance : Sundays, 6 to 10 p.m. Dress to impress, and join about 150 singles and friends of all ages to dance to an extensive music library to fit every taste. Cost is $8.

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Largo 3A Leader, April 4, 2013 Annual Kids and Canine CarnivalFun For Everyone ... Including The Family Dog! Saturday, April 6, 201310am-3pm Rain or Shine! Largo Central Park 101 Central Park Drive Vendor Space Goes Fast!One of the most well-attended events in the state! Get your Vendor or Sponsorship info by calling Michele Simmons at 727.776.7250or emailing her at mmtarantino@yahoo.com or online at largokiwanis.orgThe Play HouseContest & Games for Children and Pets Ride on the Largo Central Railroad Tree ClimbingThe Bark CafFood court and beverages for all ages!The Activity MidwayObedience, skill and safety Health screening and more!The Doggy MallAccessories and servicesVeterinarian of the Year Award PresentationLook for forms at vet offices, newspapers and online to nominate your vetK-9 Demonstration at 1:30pmMeet Murphy! Purchased by the Kiwanis Club for the Largo K-9 UnitIntroducing SnapperA therapy dog from the childrens book,Hold My Paw, her true storyAdoptables from Area Rescue Groups and Shelters See You There! Please bring towels, blankets, sheets, dog food and other donations for our rescue dogs! 32813 4413 Sold Out! 031413 032113 Fire Rescue names employee of the yearLARGO Largo Fire Rescue recently named department administrative assistant Julie Barlet as the Fire Service Employee of the Year. Barlet has worked for the agency since June 2006. She regularly volunteers and assists with most of the agencys annual events. Some examples of her work include her participation in the Muscular Dystrophy Association dinner dances, an open house and the Largo Citizens Academy. She also attends the four-day burn camp as an adult buddy. Currently, Barlet serves on the citys Employee Recognition Committee, and she handles the Special Needs Evacuation Project for residents who require assistance or evacuation in the time of a disaster. This project is ongoing and requires almost year-round coordination to ensure the stability of the program. Often Barlet will contact residents to ensure their needs are met and we have made the proper arrangements should they need to evacuate. This is in addition to her regular duties. Recently, Barlet played a large role in assisting with the food preparation and food service at the funeral of Chaplain Paul Pierce. This was a large undertaking and was an appreciated service for his family and friends. In fact, for any program that Largo Fire Rescue hosts, Barlet makes all the arrangements, supplies the food, and ensures the facilities are ready for our gathering. Julie Barlet Photos courtesy of LARGO FIRE RESCUENew paramedics, from left, Kristen Williamson, Jordan Gross and Matthew Gouge are set to join the ranks of Largo Fire Rescue. Last week, the probationary employees began an 40-hour administrative period where they toured the fire stations, got fitted for their protective equipment, toured the communication center and received an introduction to the self-contained breathing apparatuses that the agency utilizes. Their first day training within a 24-hour shift was April 2 and will continue for about a month, said department spokesman Assistant Chief Mike Handoga.New paramedics City to host student video contestLARGO The city of Largo is holding a What I Love About Largo video contest for students in kindergarten through 12th grade who live or attend school within the city. The contest is being held in conjunction with the citys Community Values campaign, which seeks input from citizens and the business community to identify community priorities through an online survey and workshops. The city encourages contestants to be creative and have fun, using the video setting of a digital camera or their smartphones. During last years community values survey and workshops, the city heard from hundreds of people who expressed a love for Largo, Assistant City Manager Henry Schubert said. This video contest is a great way for our youth to showcase their community pride for the city of Largo. By sharing their creativity, we hope to foster community spirit and promote Largos unique community identity. Video submissions must be delivered to Largo City Hall by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 16. Qualifying entries will be posted to the citys website for a public showcase by May 1. Entries will be evaluated on creativity, originality, message and quality. The first place winner will receive a $250 Amazon gift card and the runner-up will receive a $100 Amazon gift card. Both winners will receive special recognition and a public viewing from the Mayor and city commission during a meeting in May. All content must be shot in the city of Largo, and the resulting video must be less than five minutes in length. Entries can be simple video clips or fullyedits segments. For full contest details and information about the Community Values survey and workshops, please visit Largo.com/values. Around townSecond Daisy Chain event planned LARGO The second Daisy Chain charitable event, to benefit a family in need of financial aid, will be held April 6, 8 a.m., at 3824 Harbor Hill Drive. Daisy Chain has been collecting garage sale and auction items to help raise money for this years cause. All proceeds from the event will go to a family that has high medical expenses because the father lost his job and has a rare form of cancer. The family has three children. For more information, call 776-2388.Shred, recycle documents April 20LARGO The city of Largo will host another Shredfest, the free, paper shredding event where residents can bring their personal documents to be securely shredded and recycled on Saturday, April 20, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at 1551 Starkey Road. This drive-thru event makes it easy for the public to ensure their personal documents are handled properly by ProShreds mobile shredding trucks, said Marissa Segundo, Largos recycling coordinator. Bring up to five file boxes of paper per car to be shredded and recycled. There is no need to remove staples, tape, paper clips or rubber bands. In celebration of Earth Day, ProShred will recycle all shredded data. File boxes will be collected by the city of Largo and recycled. This is a winning event for residents and the environment, said Segundo. Last Shredfest we recycled 22,800 pounds of shredded paper saving 194 trees. For more information or directions to the event, visit LargoRecycles.com or call 587-6760.

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4A Largo Leader, April 4, 2013 Photo by JIM LAYFIELDEighteen-month-old Tia Sutton of Largo stands amid the Easter Bunny tracks on the sidewalk in front of her house March 24. Children in the Shadow Pines subdivision in Largo have been waking up Easter morning to find bunny tracks leading to their door for the last 14 years.Bunny tracksgeneral election ballot for a penny sales tax to pay for public transportation improvements. Welch said voters would decide whether to eliminate the current property tax that pays for Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and replace it with a countywide penny sales tax. He said revenue from a sales tax would allow PSTA to dramatically improve our transportation system, including faster, more flexible, more frequent bus service, light rail service connecting Clearwater, St. Petersburg and the Gateway area, regional connections to Tampa and other destinations, and other projects that will improve mobility in our county. Welch then focused on the need for more collaboration between local governments and other county stakeholders to take on the more complex issues. He said an approach was needed that moves beyond the silos of government and community services to encompass everyone governments, nonprofits, businesses, neighborhoods, families, faithbased organizations and others to best serve the needs. In a time of reduced resources, working together beyond traditional boundaries of jurisdictions not only provides a larger pool of resources but also supports a more comprehensive set of solutions to longstanding and complex problems, which have a high cost to the entire community. Welch said the educational achievement gap, generational poverty, chronic unemployment, recidivism, substance abuse and poor health outcomes all have a tangible cost to the community. If we can lower those impacts through more effective services and prevention, we can lower the costs to the taxpayers, empower individuals and families to become financially independent and strengthen our community for the long term, he said. Welch said a good example of a collaborative approach is project Safe Harbor led by Sheriff Bob Gualtieri in partnership with the county, cities and local service providers. Safe Harbor is a homeless services project, which provides shelter for up to 400 homeless individuals, many of whom would otherwise be housed at the county jail at a much higher cost, Welch said. Welch then talked about the budget for fiscal year 2014, which begins Oct. 1. He outlined some of the hardships that came from six years of budget deficits. He said more than 1,700 jobs were cut and the general fund budget was reduced by 30 percent. In fact, the number of employees under the county administrator has been reduced by 35 percent and represents the same staffing level as it was 28 years ago in 1985. So, rest assured we are working leaner. We are working smarter. We have narrowed our services and we are doing more with less, Welch said. Still, there is a projected $12 million shortfall expected for 2014. Plans call for using the budget stabilization fund to make up the difference between projected revenues and expenses. Welch pointed out that the savings account money was one-time dollars and would not be available to help balance the budget in future years. Welch then turned his attention to what he described as one of the bright lights for our economy. Welch said, Even during the recession, Pinellas County tourism has set records for overnight visits and bed tax receipts as tourists continue to discover our world-class beaches, arts and sports venues and diverse cultural amenities. But even in this area of excellence, we must carefully invest our resources to ensure that our tourism economy continues to thrive. In 2012, more than 5.4 million tourists visited Pinellas County, producing an economic impact of more than $7 billion dollars. Welch explained that the 5 percent bed tax is charged to visitors who stay in our area hotels. Last year, the bed tax generated $28 million a record annual total. About 20 percent of the money goes to pay debt service on Tropicana Field the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. Now, as you may know, the Rays have requested a future site for a new ballpark and potentially may request continued county support, Welch said. While any new park is years away, the county has initiated a much-needed dialogue with the Rays and we look forward to a broader conversation and with the city of St. Petersburg and the community as a whole. The debt service for Tropicana Field will be paid in 2015, and Welch said there is a growing list of potential project funding requests from the aquarium project in Clearwater to an Olympic BMX and spring training facilities. The extra money may be needed to pay for beach nourishment as federal and state funding is reduced. The needs are many and the funding source is limited, Welch said. Like all of our investments, we must analyze the needs carefully and maximize the return on investment of bed tax dollars in the best longterm interest of our community. Welch encouraged Pinellas County citizens to get involved. He urged them to visit the countys website, www.pinellascounty.org, for information or to interact with officials. Whether you would like to weigh-in on our upcoming budget, or comment on what transportation improvements youd like to see, or simply share an idea for improving our community, your commission welcomes your thoughts and suggestions and we value your perspective, Welch said. The state of the county message is on PCC-TV at noon, 6:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on weekdays; 12:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on weekends. PCC-TV is available on Bright House Networks Channel 622, Verizon Channel 44 and Knology Channel 18. right, we just say, Oh thats OK; pirates dont know how to spell, she said. And pirates dont have many rules. We like to think outside the box. It was attitude that attracted Phaff when she first met Miranda. The two have been artists for about 30 years and regularly toured art shows Miranda with his driftwood sculptures and Phaff with painted masks and her iconic fish. In 2001, they had neighboring booths at the Old Island Days Art Festival in Key West. Miranda was well established in Largo and Phaff was seriously considering a permanent move from Michigan to Florida, which boasted a longer art show season. The two hit it off. I liked his attitude, so we got together, Phaff explained succinctly with a laugh. The couple still travel to the same art show in Key West to celebrate their anniversary. But these days, as they drive through the state, they stop in towns along the way and look for furniture and treasures to sell in their shop. We find all kinds of crazy things when we go down there, Phaff said.A new startPirates of Largo is two doors down from the Miranda Gallery, which Frank Miranda has kept closed since the thrift store opened in December. Hes hoping to renovate the art gallery, the home of his business for more than 10 years. It needs a fresh coat of everything on it, he said. The new location has better visibility and more room. The ceilings are tall, allowing the couple to make it look a little more special, Phaff explained. The building itself has been a house, a pub and most recently, an auto repair shop. We used to get our cars fixed here, Phaff said. We always liked the building but never considered owning it. Pirates of Largo also gives Miranda a new business venture. After 30 years of making a living as an artist, he said hes kind of burned out. Its been getting tougher and tougher to make a living on the art shows. Theyre expensive to do with traveling and the fees. Its gotten more competitive, Phaff explained. People are buying less but the shows are getting bigger. So it just makes a lot of sense for us to be here. Pirates of Largo gives the couple a new outlet for their work. Phaff often paints distressed furniture with palm trees and her signature bright colors. She said she envisions her boyfriends work with driftwood manifesting into earthly and unique furniture. Were concentrating on getting this (store) up and going. And then I think I do want to get back into artwork, Miranda said. We will be bringing some of our artwork in here also. We just havent gotten around to it yet, there are so many other treasures. The couple said they generally seek out artistic or decorative pieces to sell in their store, appreciating unique and handmade items as artists. So its really a second time around for artwork in our store, Miranda said. They sold out of a collection of lobster shells mounted on wood that they found in Key West, for example. Smaller items anything from books on fish, Earnest Hemingway and art history to antique banks, old cast-iron cannons, pieces of sea glass and knives make up a majority of the sales, even on a good day. I think the ... hand-painted furniture attracts people, but were making it on lots of little things too, Phaff said. Miranda added the stores success thus far is a reflection of their pirate-themed prices. Thats part of the name too: finding something inexpensive and selling it inexpensively, Miranda explained. Its not like we need to make a ton of money on just a couple of little pieces fast. We plan on being here for a while.The renovated areaMiranda has the unique perspective as the owner of both a new and older business in the Clearwater-Largo Road Redevelopment District. Ive seen it come a long way from what it was, he said. Its on the way up, definitely. Phaff said they have watched the redevelopment happen, from the improved landscaping to better streets. Pedestrian traffic has increased both in quality and quantity, with more families walking from Bayside Courts apartment complex and less undesirables populating the area, Miranda said. The addition of restaurants that encourage customers to linger in the area is a step in the right direction, they said. Miranda added that the area is getting a reputation for its collection of thrift stores and consignment shops. Were hearing from customers that theyve been told to come to this street if they want this kind of thing, Phaff said. Were starting to get a lot of repeat customers. The owners of the respective stores refer customers to one another, given that each offers a unique selection, she added. So far, Pirates of Largo boasts an ample supply of treasure. Were finding that were already starting to run out of room, Miranda admitted. Pirates of Largo, at 1780 Clearwater-Largo Road, is open Tuesday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 518-0071. typically ends our ability to enforce the state statute at that point because they will not discuss with us the necessary elements needed to make a prostitution case. Instead, the proposed ordinance allows officers to make an arrest if they observe a suspect doing at least three of a list of behaviors associated with prostitution. These behaviors include, among others, repeatedly stopping pedestrians, repeatedly hailing drivers and gesturing to, touching or exposing private areas. The suspect must have a prior conviction or have pleaded no contest to a prostitution charge within the last two years in order for an officer to make the arrest. Under the proposed ordinance, police also can arrest a suspect if she asks an undercover officer to expose himself or touch her inappropriately, essentially making the common screening process illegal. Admitting his own naivety on the subject, Commission Michael Smith asked what the department was doing to convince the Johns and pimps involved in prostitution. Bruno said the department conducted separate undercover operations, usually with a female officer, to go after the other side of the problem. This ordinance wouldnt really do much to go after the actual pimp that benefits from prostitution, he clarified. Smith also was concerned the ordinance would lead to the accidental arrest of someone unassociated with prostitution. We designed (the ordinance) that way specifically so we wouldnt have someone thats just flagging down a vehicle and confused, Bruno said. The cities of Clearwater, St. Petersburg and Tampa enforce similar ordinances. In particular, Largo police worked with the Clearwater Police Department to observe the effectiveness of its enforcement of the rule. Since 2008, Largos problem oriented policing unit has made 57 arrests for prostitution. The commission unanimously approved the first reading of the proposed ordinance. The second and final reading is scheduled for April 16.Charter review committee chosenThe city of Largo received a total of 35 applications from residents who wanted to be a part of the charter review committee. From the applicants, commissioners ranked their top seven choices on a ballot during the April 2 meeting. The vote resulted in the selection of seven members to the committee: John Boscarino, Patricia Edmond, Marie Etheridge, Gay Gentry, Jaksa Petrovic, Tanya Pistillo and Sue Porter. Jose Valdes, Beverly Gatewood and Ginny Nelson were named alternates. Initially, the commission had decided to name only two alternates. However, Gatewood and Nelson twice tied in votes for the position, and commissioners agreed to resolve the matter by naming both as alternates. The charter review committee is scheduled to first meet on April 23 at 6 p.m. PROSTITUTION, from page 1A ADDRESS, from page 1APhotos by JULIANA A. TORRESBelow, artist couple Frank Miranda and Ellen Phaff stand among the treasures they sell in their shop, Pirates of Largo. At left, Phaff paints some of the furniture she and Miranda sell at the shop, like the table pictured. Above, Miranda and Phaff said they end up selling a lot of collectibles, trinkets and treasures, like some of the pirate-themed pieces displayed here. PIRATES, from page 1Atherefore did not have the respect of those whom he was promoted past. No one cares for Joe (Pennino) in Ops Chief (He) didnt earn it, District Chief Brian Brady stated in his interview. Brady said Pennino took crews out to train them to death with new things learned from YouTube. Others also cited his familiarity with technology as a positive that nonetheless did not make him a good operations chief. The role is one that has to be earned by time in the grade, and Penninos management style was too abrasive, said District Chief Kevin Brennan. I like Joe as a person, however, you need to win peoples souls as part of being a good leader, he said. Joe Pennino does not have the respect from the troops Staff feel like they are training Joe on the job when he is supposed to be leading them as the Chief of Operations. More offensive than Penninos lack of management skills was the fact that he was promoted above leaders with years more experience sometimes measured in decades than he could claim. Why do they forgo seasoned officers and go with a nine-year employee who doesnt know history or have operational experience? Lt. Steve Bourne questioned. Penninos promotion caused personnel to question Wallaces judgment, especially after he began visiting the stations, reportedly to explain why he had hired Pennino. Why are you explaining it? Lt. Joe Kelly questioned. It is because most people didnt understand why Joe was in that job because he has no experience. If you have to explain, maybe the wrong choice was made. Willis has since moved Pennino to chief of logistics. Dave Mixson was moved to chief of operations, where he had previously served. But the problems with the department didnt end there. Sinz noted that firefighters felt that there was increased discipline, particularly for offenses that had never been an issue. Personnel frequently referenced two incidents in particular, nicknamed Squadgate and Pagergate. Squadgate referenced an incident that got media attention in April 2012 when five firefighters were reprimanded with time off without pay for cheating on written tests by referencing previous versions of the test. The firefighters argued that they always had been able to reference such study material and said the sudden rule was unfair. The fire union sided with them and repaid the firefighters for their lost wages. Lt. Dean Chester explained in his interview that the staff had always done training together and had old tests to study from. Why dont we throw away the test, redo the test think about how the study process has always worked and assume the best for our employees, he said. Instead, the firefighters were beaten down, drug through the newspaper. The way it was handled was a morale killer, Chester said. Wallace responded to the situation in part through an email that firefighters later described as condescending, self-aggrandizing and just odd an example of his attitude toward his personnel. In the email, he explained how he served in the Israeli military at age 21 and called for his subordinates to do the right thing. In 1976, I was 21 years old. I am now 56 and although I have aged, my sense of duty, honor and integrity have never wavered, the letter concluded. Pagergate referred to the aftermath of new policies for the care of pagers enacted after two firefighters accidentally damaged theirs. Small stuff was being disciplined, and staff didnt understand why, Chester said. Adding salt to that wound, staff reported that Wallace would make fun of the firefighters involved in Pagergate in front of their peers. He had a habit of talking poorly of staff members when they were not around and engaging in heated discussions with his subordinates at the fire stations, Sinzs report concluded. Many of the reports, especially from those higher in leadership, included some confusion even as far as a lament as to why Wallace acted the way he did. I feel at some point, Chief Wallace may have been effective. However, his leadership at some point became ineffective with no ability to lead or influence. Based on this, Chief Wallace became vindictive toward those who questioned him and/or were no longer following him, District Chief Josh Stefancic stated. Many of Wallaces colleagues remembered how he always had the back of his fellow firefighters as he worked his way up through the ranks at Largo Fire Rescue, before he was hired as a deputy chief in a different city. But something changed when he was hired as chief. I have tried to talk to Mike (Wallace). I am not sure if (he is) power hungry? Is he narcissistic? What happened? He is a very sharp, intelligent person, Brennan said. We need strong leadership. We do not have it now. INVESTIGATION, from page 1A

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The intersection of Belcher and Ulmerton roads was shut down for a couple of hours while police investigated the scene.Weapons, police items stolen from PCSOPINELLAS PARK Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies assigned to the burglary and pawn unit are asking for the publics help to find a suspect who stole weapons and other police items from an unmarked vehicle in Pinellas Park. Sometime between 5 p.m. March 11 and 7 a.m. March 12, someone burglarized an unmarked Sheriffs Office vehicle parked near 80th Avenue North and 41st Street North in Pinellas Park. The burglar gained access to the trunk and stole a Rock River Arms Rifle with magazines, a Glock-model pistol with Blackhawk paddle holster and dropdown leg holster as well as a black vest with Sheriff on the front and back in white letters. The contents of the vest that were also stolen included Glockmodel magazines, a tactical flashlight, a Bench Mark knife, a set of Smith and Wesson handcuffs and a radio holder. In addition, a black nylon duty belt with handcuff case, expandable baton and holder, and a magazine pouch were taken. The suspect also stole a black tri-fold leather wallet with a silver Sheriffs star badge and two agency credentials. Anyone with information that may assist detectives in identifying a suspect is asked to contact Detective Chris Parkins of the Burglary and Pawn Unit at 727-582-6200; or to remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.Man charged with shooting neighborSEMINOLE Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives arrested a Seminole man about 1:45 a.m. March 28 for aggravated battery with a firearm after they say he shot his neighbor following an ongoing dispute. According to investigators, the victim, Richard Wacker, 47, went to the home of Donald Hindes Sr. 81, about 9 p.m. March 27 to confront him regarding an ongoing neighbor dispute. When Hindes did not answer the door, Wacker left. A short time later, Hindes left his residence in his vehicle. As Hindes was exiting the gate at the Kapok Grand subdivision at Kapok Grand Circle and Duhme Road in unincorporated Seminole, Wacker appeared from behind some bushes and began pounding on Hindes vehicle window, detectives said. Hindes fired a shot at Wacker from within his vehicle. Wacker was transported to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Hindes was arrested for aggravated battery with a firearm and transported to the Pinellas County Jail without further incident. Bond was set at $5,000.Child pornography lands man in jailDUNEDIN Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested a Dunedin man about 8 a.m. March 26 for 10 counts of possession of child pornography and one count of promoting the sexual performance of a child. According to the sheriffs report, Lawrence Lemieux, 48, confessed to downloading and sharing the child pornography using his computer. The victims depicted in the pornographic material are prepubescent males. Deputies arrested Lemieux after an undercover investigation that began Dec. 20, 2012. Through their investigation detectives assigned to the crimes against children unit identified a potential suspect who was sharing child pornography videos via the Internet. Detectives obtained a search warrant, which was served at the suspects residence about 7 a.m. Detectives said Lemieuxs computer contained additional videos of prepubescent males engaging in sexual activity. Lemieux also admitted to knowledge of sharing the files via the internet. Lemieux was booked into the Pinellas County Jail just before 9 a.m. Bond for the 11 charges totals $60,000.Nurses aide charged with molesting patientLEALMAN Pinellas Detectives arrested a nurses aide at a Lealman assisted living facility after he inappropriately touched an elderly female patient. According to the sheriffs report, Joshua Baker, 28, of St. Petersburg was observed by another nurses aide on top of an elderly female patient, who was naked on a bed, about 4 p.m. Saturday, March 23. Baker reportedly had his pants down, but was still wearing underwear, immediately got off the patient and made statements to the effect of This isnt what it looks like and I dont want to go to jail, according to the deputies report. Patrol deputies and robbery/homicide detectives interviewed all parties involved in the matter, including the suspect, and developed enough probable cause to arrest Baker. He was charged with one count of lewd and lascivious molestation of an elderly/disabled person. He was booked into the Pinellas County Jail. Bond was set at $10,000. Baker has since resigned from the ALF. He reportedly only worked there for a few months. At this time, there does not appear to be any other victims.PCSO investigates fire at Smokin CiggysLEALMAN Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives assigned to the arson and theft division are investigating a fire at a business in the Lealman area. According to the sheriffs report, deputies responded to the structure fire at Smokin Ciggys, 5650 66th St. N., about 2:30 a.m. Monday, March 25. During the incident, the buildings roof collapsed. Damage to the building was estimated at about $150,000. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time. The investigation continues. Man injured in fall from rooftopMADEIRA BEACH A Clearwater man was injured March 29 when he fell or jumped from the roof of a garage at Johns Pass in Madeira Beach. Pinellas County sheriffs deputies responded to a call just after midnight at 177 Boardwalk Place in Madeira Beach. According to deputies, Nicholas Voutsinas, 31, and a friend had climbed up to a restricted roof area of the parking garage (about seven stories high) to get a better view of the city. The friend decided to come down while Voutsinas remained. Deputies say by the time the friend reached the ground floor, Voutsinas was already laying in the roadway. The fall rendered Voutsinas unconscious. He was transported by air to Bayfront Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries. He sustained multiple fractures to his face, leg and pelvis. He was reportedly in stable condition as of April 1. Deputies say Voutsinas had alcohol in his system. They said it was unclear whether he fell or jumped. The investigation continues.Former jail inmate arrested for perjuryCLEARWATER A former inmate of the Pinellas County Jail was arrested April 1 for perjury after he falsely claimed detention deputies had battered him. The suspect alleged the incident occurred at the Pinellas County Jail following his arrest for disorderly intoxication by the St. Petersburg Police Department on Oct. 7, 2012. Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies are seeking information about a burglary of an unmarked vehicle in which several police items were taken including weapons. Persons with information may be eligible for a reward, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. Donald Hindes Sr. Joshua Baker Lawrence Lemieux See POLICE BEAT, page 6A

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He further stated the detention deputies grabbed him by his feet, picked him up by his feet, held his feet against the wall and held him upside down on top of his head. An investigation was conducted into Nikolics allegations. Another deputy testified that he was able to see the sergeant in the holding cell the entire time; and that at no time did he witness the sergeant have any physical contact with Nikolic. He further testified he never saw the detention deputy physically approach Nikolic. A Pinellas County Jail nurse who examined Nikolic immediately after the alleged incident and two hours later also testified that she checked his head and ankles for injuries and found none. Deputies said following his release from jail, Nikolic went to a local hospital and attempted to have a doctor diagnose him with a concussion. The doctor found no evidence of a concussion. Through their investigation and the evidence found in this case, deputies determined that Nikolic lied in his testimony and falsely accused the detention deputies of battery. He was charged with one count of false report of a crime and one count of perjury in an official proceeding. He was released on $2,150 surety bond April 1. The investigation continues. According to investigators with the Sheriffs administrative investigation division, Chad Everett Nikolic, 31, of St. Petersburg provided a sworn, court reported statement to the Sheriffs AID Oct. 30, 2012, in which he alleged that after being handcuffed and shackled he was left to sit in a holding cell. He stated that a detention sergeant and deputy entered the cell and committed a battery against him. According to investigators, while under oath, Nikolic alleged that the detention deputies pickedPublic input needed to shape countys budget for new year By SUZETTE PORTEROn Wednesday, April 10, Pinellas County officials will be gathering at St. Petersburg College in Seminole to meet with the public about the coming years budget. The 2014 Budget Community Forum begins with an open house in SPCs digitorium common area from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Citizens are then invited to move inside the digitorium for an eTownHall from 7 to 8 p.m. County staff is already working on the budget for 2014. County Administrator Bob LaSala has until July to prepare a balanced budget proposal to present to Pinellas County Commissioners. The departments that report to the administrator, as well as the constitutional offices and others that are funded by county government, are currently in the process of submitting budget requests that the administrator will use to finalize his proposal, according to Budget Director Eric Naughton. For now, many budget questions are unknown, Naughton said. The expectation is that budgets for most will remain close to the same as the current year, with some adjustments for inflation. Plans call for maintaining current levels of service as much as possible. Naughton, who has 25 years of government experience as a finance professional, began his job in October 2012, the beginning of the current fiscal year. This is his first year to work on Pinellas Countys budget preparations. Most of his career has been in areas near his hometown, New York City, and the Long Island Region. He came to the county after serving as budget director for Nassau County New York, which has an operating budget of $2.6 billion. The county is in a relatively strong fiscal position and did a great job managing the downturn in the economy, he said by email. I admire the importance the county places on citizen input. Many places have public hearings after the budget is proposed, but here input is requested during the beginning of the budget process. One of the reasons the countys reaches out to its citizens is to ensure that taxpayer dollars are used to provide the best service. The county prefers to hear from the public early in the budget process, before the bulk of the work is complete, to be able to better accommodate requests. Naughton said there are areas where the countys budget needs exceed projected revenue. Those areas include the general fund, which pays for much of the operational costs, the transportation fund, which keeps roadways in good repair, and Emergency Medical Services, an area county leaders have struggled to pay for due to continued cost increases and revenue shortfalls. Although the county is not expected to make big cuts in services as in past years, and layoffs are not expected, commissioners still need citizens opinions on where best to spend their money. Some budget needs are non-negotiable as they are mandates of county charter and local policy. Others are mandates from the federal and state government. Naughton said he chose a career in public service because he wanted to witness how policy decisions were made and receives satisfaction in knowing that the work that he does provides the basis for those decisions. He looks forward to taking part in the countys budget making process. He hopes that his experiences will assist Pinellas achieve even greater levels of success. Naughton will join county commissioners and staff as they greet the public, answer questions and listen to feedback during the April 10 open house. A series of informational booths will be set up throughout the common area where citizens can learn more about county government. Bay News 9 senior anchor Al Ruechel will moderate this years eTownHall event in SPCs digitorium. County commissioners and the administrator will take questions from the community as they discuss the budget, strategies for the future and their vision for the community. Residents unable to attend the live event can view the eTownHall proceedings through a webcast at www.pinellascounty.org or on PCC-TV on Bright House Channel 622, Knology Channel 18 or Verizon Pinellas County is hosting a budget open house and eTownHall proceedings Wednesday, April 10, at St. Petersburg College in Seminole.Channel 44. Large screen viewing areas will be set up at other SPC campuses. Questions and comments can be submitted through the online blog at the countys website, which opens at 9 a.m. Monday, April 8. Residents also can participate during the live event via Twitter and by calling 1-888-409-5380. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/etownhall. The St. Petersburg College Seminole campus is at 9200 113th St. N. Signs will be posted leading the way to the digitorium. Naughton said county commissioners, as the policy-making body, would take all the feedback from the public and county staff and weigh needs and alignment with their strategic plans. A number of work sessions and budget work sessions are scheduled in June and July, and the public is welcome to attend. Commissioners must notify the property appraiser of proposed millage rates by Aug. 2. Truth in Millage statements will be mailed to property owners Aug. 19. The tentative final budget should be posted on the countys website by Sept. 3. Final decisions about millage rates and budgets must be made before the budget year begins on Oct. 1. The first public hearing is scheduled on Sept. 5. The final hearing, during which millage rates and budgets will be approved, is Sept. 17. For information about the FY 2014 budget, visit www.pinellascounty.org/budget. Click on the Submit Your Suggestions graphic to offer comments about funding of programs and services. Click on the Get Involved link on the left-side menu for more information about participating in the budget process. POLICE, from page 5A Chad Nikolic Help solve crimesReport crime anonymously and be eligible for an award through Crime Stoppers of Pinellas County. Call 800-873-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at www.crimestoppersofpinellas.org. Follow the Largo police on Facebook. Search for the Largo Police Department.

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The unemployment rate for the MSA dropped from 9.4 percent in February 2012 to 7.4 percent for the same month in 2013. Pin ellas Countys rate dropped 9.1 percent in February 2012 to 7.3 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January this year was 7.8 percent. Other counties in the local MSA also report dramatic drops in unemployment compared to February 2012. Hernando dropped from 12.2 percent to 9 percent. Pasco County went from 10.8 percent to 8.2 percent. Hillsborough County reports a decline from 9 percent from 7.2 percent. Februarys report also shows an increase in the labor force for the MSA, going from 1,311,051 last year to 1,332,568. Last year, 123,691 were unemployed. This year, 99,271 were unemployed. In Pinellas, the labor force increased from 436,453 in February 2012 to 444,403 in 2013. Last February 39,750 were unemployed and 32,352 were unemployed in February 2013. The governor also reported good news for Tampa Bay in terms of job demands for high-wage employment. The Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA was first among the state metros in online job demand in February 2013 with 41,782 openings, Scott said. The metro area was also first in the state in demand for STEM occupations with 11,474 openings in February, an increase of 5.7 percent over the year. STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics. STEM jobs are considered high wage and high skill. Statewide, unemployment is continuing to decrease with a not seasonally adjusted rate of 9 percent reported in February 2012 to 7.5 percent in 2013. The unemployment rate in January was 8 percent. The United States unemployment rate in February 2012 was 8.7 percent and 8.1 percent in February of the current year. The unemployment rate in January was 8.5 percent. Scott listed a number of positives, including an increase in annual job growth for 31 consecutive months and a rise in month-to-month job growth for 19 of the past 20 months. Florida Economic Estimating Conference estimates that more than 900,000 new jobs will be created by 2018. Our efforts to reduce taxes, pay down state debt and grow the economy, demonstrates our success in growing jobs for Florida families, Scott said. While todays announcement is great news, we know we have more work to do to ensure every Florida family that wants a job can get one. This chart shows unemployment in the state compared to the nation trend from February 2003 to February 2013. It uses data from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment Statistics Program, with the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity and Bureau of Labor Market Statistics. By SUZETTE PORTERTALLAHASSEE Februarys unemployment report is good news for Pinellas County. Its also good news for the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater Metro Area, which led all 23 MSAs in over the year job creation with a gain of more than 33,000 jobs. The local MSA includes Hernando, Pasco, Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. Gov. Rick Scott announced the good news hours after the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity released Februarys employment figures. Scott said Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater MSA had a 2.0 percentage point decline in the unemployment rate, down to 7.4 percent, not seasonally adjusted. Since December 2010, the local MSAs unemployment rate has dropped from 11.4 percent to 7.4 percent. Everything we do is geared toward job creation and today we have more proof that its working, Scott said in a press release. The creReclaimed water restrictions in placeThe seasonal reclaimed water restrictions for Pinellas County reclaimed water customers began Monday, April 1, in accordance with Pinellas County Code 82-3. These reductions help avoid reclaimed water shortages during Floridas traditional dry seasons (April to June and October to November). From April 1 to June 30, irrigation with reclaimed water supplied by Pinellas County is limited to three days per week, based on the residents home address. The mandatory seasonal restrictions state: Watering is prohibited in the daytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. No reclaimed watering is permitted on Monday. If your house number ends in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8), water on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. If your house number ends in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), water on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. If your property contains a mix of addresses or if an address cannot be determined, such as common areas associated with a residential subdivision, water on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Overwatering can damage a lawn. Customers are encouraged to limit irrigation with reclaimed water to three days a week or less throughout the year. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/reclaimed or call 464-4000.

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Registration open for annual Turtle Trot 5K through Largo parks8A Health & Fitness Leader, April 4, 2013 011713When you need help with your debts.Bankruptcy I Litigation Foreclosure Defense(727) 397-55718640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FLColin A. Colgan, Esq. We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code. Tampa Bays PREMIER WELLNESS COACH and AMERICAS NEWEST HEALTH CRUSADERDr. James J. Barile, Ph.D.Invites You to Join Him for a FREE Brunch, Wellness Seminar and Workshop at the Awar d Winning Wine Cellar Restaurant(17307 Gulf Blvd., North Redington Beach)April 6th & 20th at 11amCALL NOW, Seating is Limited800-726-WELL (9355)If youre not getting the results you expected under ordinary medical care, then get a second opinion from a drug free health care provider who detects and corrects the underlining cause of your poor health. 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Various aspects of ObamaCare have already been enacted, including: Regulations on insurance companies eliminating lifetime limits on coverage and requiring them to provide coverage for all applicants, at similar rates, regardless of pre-existing conditions. Two key features of the 906-page law that will begin in 2014 are the individual mandate and the employer mandate. The individual mandate requires nonexempt persons to obtain minimum essential health insurance for themselves and their nonexempt family members, or pay a penalty when filing their income taxes. Who is exempt? If you are in jail or a member of an Indian tribe or an undocumented immigrant or if you earn less then $9,300 as an individual or $18,700 as a family or on a government program such as Medicare or are covered through your employer, then the new laws will have no impact on you. If you belong to none of those groups then the clock starts ticking in 2014. Beginning in 2014 if you earn less than $28,500 as a family and dont have insurance you must pay a penalty of $285 or 1 percent of the family income, whichever is greater to the IRS. Penalties in the form of taxes rise every year thereafter until it reaches 2.5 percent of your income. The employer mandate will require businesses that employ more than 50 full time employees to offer health insurance coverage or pay a penalty of $2,000 for each uninsured worker. So far no one knows exactly how many currently employed full time workers will be reduced to part time employees. Beginning in 2014, individuals and families purchasing health insurance on their own will be able to shop for insurance in new stateor federal-run health care exchanges. These exchanges will provide four basic levels of coverage: bronze, silver, gold and platinum with coverage ranging from 60 percent of your medical costs to platinum which will cover 90 percent of costs. In each case, the remaining percentage is left to the insured to pay through deductibles, copayments and coinsurance. So far, no one knows exactly how much insurance plans on the exchanges will cost. Under the new federal health care law, individuals and families for whom purchasing insurance is deemed unaffordable will be exempt from having to pay the tax penalty. Those with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level will be eligible for Medicaid. And people with incomes up to 400 percent of the poverty level will receive federal subsidies to help cover the cost of acquiring health insurance.Dr. George Kamajian II practices at 20001 Gulf Blvd., Suite 7, Indian Shores. Health mattersDr. George Kamajian St. Petersburg College joins senior training programCLEARWATER St. Petersburg College was recently chosen to join the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, a national effort to train 10,000 baby boomers for new jobs in health care, education and social services. The American Association of Community Colleges sponsors the program. SPC will offer older adults the opportunity to obtain a college level certificate in several health care professions, said Sheila Newberry, program director for the Health Information Management programs. The nationwide initiative is designed to assist age 50-plus adults with the opportunity to attend college and train for a new or better career. The college is located in a community where almost a quarter of the population is currently over 50 years of age. It is well situated to provide learning opportunities and continuing education for older adults. Joining the Plus 50 Encore Completion program will greatly assist SPC in providing efficient and effective educational experiences to age 50plus learners with various training options in the field of healthcare. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the percentage of adults over age 55 in the workforce will grow to 25 percent in 2020, up from 13 percent in 2000. Through a grant, SPC will receive $15,000 over three years to assist adults ages 50 and older in completing an advanced certificate in health care. The program targets professionals already working in health who want to enhance their current credentials. The grant program prepares older adults for careers as certified health data analysts, a job that will continue to grow as the health care industry becomes more data-driven. The certification gives practitioners the knowledge to acquire, manage, analyze, interpret and transform data into accurate, consistent and timely information. SPC is one of 36 new colleges recently selected for the project. Since 2008, AACC and its network of Plus 50 Initiative colleges have worked with baby boomers and helped them prepare for new careers. Many adults age 50 and over want to train for new jobs that help others and are hiring, but they need to update their skills. Community colleges offer a supportive environment where baby boomers can train for new jobs quickly and affordably, while completing a marketable degree or certificate, said Mary Sue Vickers, director for the Plus 50 Initiative at AACC. In addition to receiving grant funds to augment training programs, participating colleges gain access to toolkits and extensive marketing resources tailored to reach baby boomers. Theyll also benefit from the advice and support of staff at other community colleges that have successfully implemented programs for older learners and understand the unique needs of the plus 50-student population. Get more information about the Plus 50 Initiative at AACC. LARGO The city of Largo and the Friends of Largo Nature Parks have teamed up to host the third annual Turtle Trot 5K on April 13, 8 a.m., starting at George C. McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th St. N. The Turtle Trot is a measured 3.1-mile flat course that will take participants through the well-kept trails and boardwalks of McGough and Bonner parks and on quiet neighborhood streets nearby. Shirts and racing bibs will be given out on race day and running time with online results will be provided for all runners. Awards will be given to the overall male and female runners, overall master male and female and the top three finishers in each age group. Post-race refreshments and water will be available. Raffle tickets will be available for a chance to win one of many great prizes, including local restaurant gift certificates, massage therapy gift certificates, theater tickets and more.Both parks are located on the Intracoastal Waterway and have great boardwalks and piers for post-race relaxing. Bring the kids and feed the turtles from the observation deck. Register at Active.com. The $25 race fee is nonrefundable and is limited to the first 500 runners. All proceeds from the race will go toward supporting Largo Nature Parks. Registration forms can be found online at LargoNature.com, or picked up at McGough Nature Park or Bonner Park, 14444 143rd St. N. Visit LargoNature.com or call 518-3047. Health briefsOstomy group to meetLARGO The Clearwater Ostomy Support Group will host its annual Ostomy Appliance Fair and Luncheon on Saturday, April 6, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. Pauls United Methodist Church, 1199 S. Highland Ave. The fair will feature ostomy information and education. Attendees will have an opportunity to learn about tools and supplies to make their lives easier. The fair will boast more than 20 vendors offering information and samples of new products. The event also will include door prizes and lunch. Ostomy nurses will be available to answer questions. For information, call Marilyn Bossard at 391-5682.Bon Secours to celebrate anniversaryST. PETERSBURG A Mass and reception celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bon Secours St. Petersburg Health System will be presented Wednesday, April 17, 5:30 p.m., on the grounds of Bon Secours Maria Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Care Center. Members of the public are invited to join the celebration. Mass will be celebrated by the Rev. Robert N. Lynch, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg. A reception and the unveiling of a display that presents the history of Maria Manor and the Bon Secours St. Petersburg Health System will follow the Mass. Those interested in attending the Mass and reception should call 568-1025 or email BonSecours_St.Petersburg@bshsi.org.FBS seeks O negative donations The need for blood donations, especially O negative, is extremely high and Florida Blood Services, a division of OneBlood Inc., is making a critical appeal. Due to increased blood transfusions in area hospitals, donations are needed immediately. Because donations are needed immediately, Florida Blood Services is urging blood donors to make an appointment, to walk into any branch location or mobile unit as soon as possible. O negative blood is the universal blood type-meaning any patient can receive O negative blood regardless of the recipients blood type. O negative is critical for trauma patients, premature babies and emergency surgeries. O negative blood donors can donate at any Florida Blood Services location or on any mobile. For donation locations, call 800-682-5663 or visit www.fbsdonor.org.

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Business 9A Leader, April 4, 2013 040413 Deja~New Boutique 1495 Indian Rocks Road S, Largo 727.216.3321 040413Store Hours: Mon.-Thur. 10:30-6 Fri. 10:30-5 Sat. 10:30-4Fine Consignor Womens Apparel NEWSPRINGITEMS ARRIVINGDAILY!Accepting Consignments by Appointment Haircare ProductsRRobertsandyen Co. classic & trend-setting styles for men and women 727.596.176314100 Walsingham Road, Largo 030713 Your Hair + Our Experience =The BESTof YOU! 25 Years of Excellence 032813 040413 040413 Wine Cellar Restaurant to close after sale to developer By BOB McCLURENORTH REDINGTON BEACH The Wine Cellar Restaurant, one of Pinellas Countys oldest landmarks, will close permanently on April 30. Kai Sonnenschein, son of owners Ted and Liesel Sonnenschein, said March 29 that a deal with an undisclosed developer for the 2-acre site at 17307 Gulf Blvd. has been struck, pending a closing in 90 to 120 days. Sonnenschein said the sales price is $3.3 million. Due to a confidentiality agreement with the buyer, Sonnenschein said the identity of the developer and the type of development that will go on the site could not be released. They plan to make a public announcement when the timing is right, said Sonnenschein. He said the deal is not with AG Development Group, which previously proposed purchasing the site to build a Sweetbay Supermarket. That deal fell through last fall when the Belgian Delhaize Group put a freeze on new development of grocery stores. Sonnenschein said most of the restaurants valuable antiques would be sold by auction in midto late-May by Bay Area Auctioneers of Pinellas Park. Liesel Sonnenschein said she and her husband are ready to retire. My husband (Ted) is 79 and Im going to be 76 soon, she said. So, its about time. Everything has to have an end sooner or later. Liesel credited hard work and quality food for the restaurants success over the years. I think it was hard work and striving to serve quality, she said. I think thats a big part of it. Plus, people say they like our atmosphere. The restaurant opened in the late 1940s as Kens Wine House under owner Ken Conlin. At the time, the restaurant was licensed to sell only beer and wine. So Conlin purchased the neighboring Zebra Lounge and joined the two businesses with a breezeway. The area was later enclosed and now is the same area known as the street. Peter Connell purchased the business in the mid1960s and it was renamed Connells Wine House. In the early 1970s it was sold again and became Pearls Wine House for a couple of years before Ted Sonnenschein partnered with former Don CeSar chef Karl Klumpp and former Bath Club manager Peter Schuckert to open the restaurant as the Wine Cellar. Banquet room seating for 200 was added in the early 1980s, which expanded the building to 23,000 square feet. Photo by BOB McCLUREThe Wine Cellar Restaurant has been a landmark restaurant in Pinellas County for four decades. Business updatesMagnifying Selections to openST. PETERSBURG Magnifying Selections Inc. celebrates its grand opening Thursday, April 4, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., at 6644 Central Ave. Attendees will celebrate the low vision retail store opening and the introduction of the new Optelec ClearView + Speech for the visually impaired and the legally blind. This cutting-edge product can magnify text up to 85 times and also will read printed materials out loud. The event will include hors doeuvres and beverages, demos, information and a drawing for $200. There is no cost to attend. Attendees must RSVP to be entered in the drawing. For information, call 866-343-3395.Plumlee announces top agentINDIAN ROCKS BEACH Plumlee Gulf Beach Realty recently announced its top agent for the last quarter. Tim ONeil was top listing and sales agent for the last quarter.Vierling, Vorac earn awardsSEMINOLE The Vorac Group with Realty Executives Adamo and Associates recently was recognized for an outstanding year in listings and sales. Penny Vierling received the team buyers specialist Gold Award for $1.3 million in production for 2012. Caroleanne Vorac received the team listing specialist Gold Award for $5.1 million in production for 2012 as well as the Executive Club and 100 Percent Club award from Realty Executives Regional. Fass joins Vorac GroupSEMINOLE Janet Fass recently joined The Vorac Group of Realty Executives, Adamo and Associates. Fass will work as the team contract-to-close coordinator. Thorn Collection, Coldwell Banker team up with The Tams BELLEAIR The Thorn Collection and Coldwell Banker were the presenting sponsors at the March 10 Sundays in Belleair concert featuring The Tams and a tribute to Motown. More than 2,000 music lovers set up their lawn chairs and blankets, enjoyed great music and danced the evening away at Belleairs Dimmitt Community Center. The Sundays in Belleair concert series is hosted by the Belleair Parks and Recreation Department. I have always supported the Belleair Rec, said Martha Thorn in a press release. They do an excellent job working with children and they provide great programs. I feel very strongly about the town of Belleair. It wasnt the first time Thorn got to hear The Tams play live. The Tams played for my 40th birthday party, so I was excited about being a presenting sponsor.Showhomes franchise earns awardAt the recent Showhomes annual conference in Nashville, Tenn., Showhomes North Pinellas/Pasco was honored with the Circle of Excellence and Presidents Club Awards. Showhomes, a national home staging franchise, and its franchise partners have provided successful selling solutions for real estate professionals and homeowners in all economic market cycles for the past 26 years. Owner Carol Ackerman was recognized with Showhomes high honors for operational excellence, customer centric focus and highest quality in products and services in home staging. Ackerman has owned Showhomes North Pinellas/Pasco since 2009. The Tams have been entertaining audiences of all ages since they first hit the Atlanta music scene in 1962. Best known for their chart-topping hit Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy, The Tams crowdpleasing blasts from the past had everyone on their feet during the memorable evening in Belleair.

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Phone 727-343-0607.They provide an environment where you feel pampered by expert licensed experienced therapists. There are no contracts. Just enjoy this elegant environment as they release your stress without stressing out your pockets. Jump out of the frantic world of everyday life into an eternal calm. Feel refreshed and recharged without guilt about the amount you spend on yourself. Choose from a variety of massages, therapeutic treatments, like Hot Stones or paraffin facials. In addition to basic facials you can get customized facials based on each clients individual needs. They also have an experienced nail tech. Soon to come: a sauna lying down as you lose weight and detoxify yourself and enjoy your spa moment. Specials for Relaxation Massage or a European Facial are Tuesdays and Thursdays, (Only $25) Relax at 1940 E. Bay Dr., Largo (5/8 mile west of Starkey on North side of Road.) Phone: 727-584-4600. Gift Cards available. www.essentialsmassageandfacials.com .Stop into The Golf Shop for honest advice and help with your gamePALM TREES DIRECT has Pinellas Countys largest palm inventory.No contracts! Enjoy a $29.95 Relaxation Massage or European Facial any day at Essentials Massage & Facials Retreat of Largo.4413Rick Yarrington and son Andy offer regrips while you wait, help with your swing, golf bags, golf gloves, animal head-covers, a blowout golf ball sale, and so much more! Fully stocked nursery, easy quick and affordable installation, huge selection of palm, plants & treesLuxury is a state of mind and an approach to living at 1940 East Bay Dr. in Largo LARGO The Pinellas Education Foundation recently held its annual Career Education Breakfast event where community, business and educational leaders came together to raise funds for career education programs and initiatives in Pinellas County Schools. Cheryl Carrier, director of Ford Next Generation Learning at Ford Motor Company Fund, also announced that Pinellas County has been named a Ford NGL Community only one of 17 communities in the nation. This designation reflects the collaboration between Pinellas County Schools, the Pinellas Education Foundation, its business partners and community organizers that have supported the Academies of Pinellas and career education. With this recognition, Pinellas will receive: Ongoing guidance and technical assistance from the Ford NGL Leadership Team as Pinellas County develops its plan and reviews their progress annually. Become members in the Ford NGL community national network, which will allow them to learn from other Ford NGL communities and tap into their expertise through peer-to-peer mentoring, online resources, webinars, and network institutes as well as share their successful practices with other Ford NGL communities. Leverage the Ford NGL designation to encourage economic development for the region by demonstrating that Pinellas County is preparing students for the high-wage, high-skill jobs in the community. Additionally, the event recognized business, educator and school leaders in several career education categories. Joe Sleppy, a senior from Osceola Fundamental High, won the Next Generation Entrepreneurs Program, which is a year-long business competition involving high school juniors and seniors, which included business plan training, creativity workshops and mentoring. He won for his invention involving workout equipment for amputee veterans. It kills me to see individuals give up on physical fitness, especially returning veterans that are learning to live with amputated limbs, Sleppy said. That is why he developed workout equipment for veterans. One device, used for pushups, relies on airbag compression to hold an individual by their forearms to keep strain off of wrists. He will receive $10,000 to start his business. The 2013 Career Educator of the Year is Debra Fischer, director of finance academy at Northeast High. She won a $2,000 classroom grant. The Frances Stavros Career Education Champion Award was presented to Dr. Alex McKenna, who is president of McKenna Group International, Inc., which is a company providing career transition coaching and counseling to senior executives and manager. A $2,000 scholarship to the Frances Stavros Career Education Program will be awarded to a deserving student in McKennas honor. The 2013 Academies of Pinellas Outstanding Achievement Awards also were announced and went to the following high schools: First place Northeast High, winning $5,000 Second Place Clearwater High, winning $3,000 Third Place Boca Ciega High, winning $2,000 During the breakfast reception, a showcase of student skills and programs from the Academies programs were displayed in Finance Park and Enterprise Village. The programs including the Academy of Engineering at East Lake High, the Center for Computer Technology at Countryside High, the Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts at pTEC St. Petersburg, the Center for Wellness and Medical Professions at Palm Harbor University High and the First Responders: National Guard Center for Emergency Management at Pinellas Park High.Pinellas career education leaders awardedUSF St. Petersburg students win prestigious awardST. PETERSBURG Two USF St. Petersburg students have won prestigious Leland M. Hawes awards in Florida history, adding their names to a string of previous winners from USFSP. Douglas Ponticos, a graduate student in the Florida Studies Program, received the prize for his paper, Communities of Stone and Glass: Floridas Brooksville Ridge. Ponticos is a Brooksville native who was raised in Homosassa and a graduate of Lecanto High School and Florida State University. After many summers working on family farms, he cultivated a passion for gardening and food. He is finishing his thesis, A study of the cultural history of the Brooksville Ridge. He dreams of farming and teaching on the Ridge. Elizabeth Southard, anthropology major, received the prize for the best undergraduate paper, The Cultural Importance of Prehistoric and Historic History of Weedon Island. Southard is a Memphis native who moved to Florida in 2003. While a student at USFSP, she developed a passion for archaeology. She spent the summer of 2012 with professors John and Kathryn Arthur in Ethiopia, studying the Gamo people. She recently helped curate the W.R. Butch Evans artifact collection at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library. Evans was a beloved student in the Florida Studies Program and an avid amateur archaeologist. Both Southard and Ponticos wrote their seminar papers in Emeritus History professor Gary Morminos Florida history seminar. Mormino is a co-founder of the Florida studies program. The Leland Hawes Prize honors the life work of Leland Hawes, who spent six decades as a reporter, editor and history columnist at the Tampa Tribune. Upon his retirement, the Tampa Bay History Center and the Florida Studies Center at USF Tampa inaugurated the prize to recognize student scholarship in Florida history.

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Susie and his fellow students at Veritas Academy in Largo spent the day volunteering at the Indian Rocks Travel Park, Heritage Village and the Heron House as part of the schools goal to make a difference in Pinellas County. Above, Julia Smith, 18, left, and Monique Oliver, 16, clean the windows of Heron House, an assisted living facility at 2050 East Bay Drive in Largo.Volunteering in the communityLARGO The Pinellas Educations Take Stock in Children/ Doorways program welcomed 50 students from 13 schools on March 13. The total amount for the 50 scholarships is $620,000, and students were signed from the following schools: Azalea Middle Bay Point Middle Boca Ciega High Gibbs High John Hopkins Middle Lakewood High Lealman Intermediate Madeira Beach Fundamental Meadowlawn Middle Northeast High St. Petersburg Collegiate High St. Petersburg High Thurgood Marshall Fundamental Middle Tyrone Middle The Take Stock in Children/ Doorways program in Pinellas County is one of the most successful in the state, according to a Pinellas Education Foundation press release. According to the 2012 annual report of the Florida Prepaid College Foundation, who matches the scholarships dollar for dollar with its STARS program, Pinellas makes up about 20 percent of the states scholars. Broward County is second, with 9.4 percent. We are grateful for the support that our community gives to help these children become successful adults, said Jim Myers, Pinellas Education Foundation chairman. Ninety-four percent of our Take Stock in Children/ Doorways students graduate high school with a standard diploma. In February, the program welcomed an additional 68 students from 30 different traditional middle and high schools across northern Pinellas County. A total amount for the 68 scholarships was $952,000. The Pinellas Education Foundation is an independent not-forprofit established in 1986. The Foundations mission is to provide enhanced educational opportunities for students and educators in Pinellas County Public Schools. Well known Pinellas Education Foundation programs include: Enterprise Village, Finance Park, Take Stock in Children/Doorways Scholarships, Youth Connect and Teacher Classroom Grants.Take Stock in Children welcomes 50 students, awards scholarshipsClearwater instructor wins national awardCLEARWATER Leslie Eckert, CWPC, CEE, and MBA of Clearwater, recently was awarded the American Culinary Federation Southeast Region Chef Educator of the Year award at the ACF Southeast Regional Conference in Louisville, Ky. Eckert is a culinary chef instructor at The Art Institute of Tampa. The ACF Chef Educator of the Year award, established in 1998, pays tribute to an active culinary educator whose knowledge, skills and expertise have enhanced the image of the professional chef, and who, by example, has given leadership, guidance and direction to students seeking a career in the culinary profession. This person demonstrates the ability to help students define and develop their careers by using their skills and abilities to provide a strong foundation for their future success, according to a press release from the American Culinary Federation. Eckert was selected from three other chef candidates nominated by colleagues for the 2013 ACF Southeast Region Chef Educator of the Year award. She will now vie for the national title against her three regional counterparts at the 2013 ACF National Convention, Las Vegas, July 21 to 25. The four finalists will have 50 minutes to present a lecture and demonstration for a panel of distinguished judges on either a plated entree or dessert. The winner will be announced at the Presidents Grand Ball July 25.

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12A Viewpoints Leader, April 4, 2013 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 tbniandy@yahoo.com Retail Advertising Manager: Jay Rey jrey@tbnweekly.com Classied Advertising Manager: Wendy Edwards wedwards@tbnweekly.com Executive Editor: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comProduction Manager: David Brown production@tbnweekly.com Internet Services Manager: Suzette Porter webmaster@tbnweekly.com Seminole/Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Largo Leader: Juliana A. Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com Palm Harbor/East Lake Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comGeneral Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERSCallous disregard for working classEditor: The media, by introducing the man who videoed presidential candidate Mitt Romneys infamous 47 percent speech, have managed to stir the controversy anew. However, they are again guilty of focusing on the wrong element of the speech. Their constant reference to Romneys claim that the 47 percent represented people whose vote was lost to the Republican Party was hardly the central element of what we had to say. That was merely a statement of fact. Had he simply stopped there it would not have been a problem. It was what he did next that in many ways sealed his fate. He proceeded to express his total disdain for that 47 percent unwilling to even leave the door ajar to the possibility there were any who might have fallen victim to circumstance. Worse was his reaction for bringing the subject up in the first place. The reality was that he realized this was exactly the message his wealthy, elitist audience wanted to hear. Satisfied he was safe preaching to the choir he went on to heap scorn on the 47 percent, some of whom were at that very moment to serve his guests and himself even as they were being condemned, unable to defend themselves. It was his callous disregard for members of the American working class, demonstrated by Romneys willingness to deliver his vituperative and derogatory attack to the accompaniment of the applause emanating from those enjoying their $50,000 dinner that proved revolting to the American public. This is why he, as well as the Republican Party, were rejected. It was not because he pointed out that 47 percent of the American people were getting some form of government assistance. The 47 percent knew this. They were in fact reminded of it every day of their lives because without that help they and their families would not survive. Many of them were after all people who would consider themselves fortunate if they could afford a $5 dinner. Robert Shaw Madeira BeachSpeak out on city projectsEditor: After attending the Madeira Beach meeting to review the $9 million plus City Hall, fire station and recreation buildings project, including plans for the replacement of the present ballfields with new facilities, it was apparent the Board of Commissioners intend to approve the complete package. I am in partial agreement, we need a new City Hall, required due to years of maintenance neglect by the city of our present City Hall, allowing for a leaky unrepaired roof for the past several years to damage electrical wiring, a circuit box, ceilings to collapse, mold to form and untreated termites to spread. The professional building people tell us the doors and windows need to be replaced and other problems were found that make repairs too costly. Tearing down City Hall also necessitates a new fire station, which is obviously required. The big issue in my mind is the expenditure for a new multi-purpose building, a new recreation building and a $2 million new ballfield. We heard several nonresidents inform us a new ballfield is required, but of course it wont cost us a dime. They emphasized the need for better facilities, yet Madeira Beach not only provides for ballfields, used very little by Madeira Beach residents, but also has a recreation annual budget of $460,000, not bad for a city of 4,200 residents. We are told this $9 million plus project, with a debt of $5,370,000 can be financed through a 30-year bond issue, with payments of $334,042 annually at 4.01 percent. The financial people also state projects impact on citys annual operating expenses not reviewed future discussions warranted. The city has another $15 million or more in other pending projects that need to be addressed and financed, such as storm water flooding, residential street re-surfacing, buried utilities and several other major projects. If citizens feel a new $2 million ballfield, plus two other new buildings for a total of $4 million, should not be top priority for your property taxes let your elected officials know it. Marvin Merrill Madeira BeachColumn defends fairness and inclusionRe: Beware of snoring Scoutmasters, Tom Germonds column, March 21Editor: Congratulations on your column of March 21, 2013, regarding the exclusive policy of the Boy Scouts of America. I immediately thought of my son-in-law who is a den leader and the assistant pack leader in Santa Monica, Calif. A writer, director and actor, he is also an elected advisory board member at the Franklin Elementary School, and a devoted husband and father. He takes all of his jobs seriously, devoting many volunteer hours to Scouting. Last year, he took the position of asserting his personal convictions of fairness and inclusion as a Scout leader. He had T-shirts for the boys. The T-shirts clearly stated, Everyones welcome! When I asked if he had one to send to you, he told me that, unfortunately, he didnt have one, but will consider you an honorary member of the den. Again, thank you for your courage in publicly expressing your convictions. It is so important that we all speak forthrightly in our own small corners of the world and defend fairness and inclusion. Our collective voices make a difference. Your editorial will be sent to Santa Monica. Dorlores Benjamin Treasure IslandConservatives take hypocritical position on gay marriageEditor: There has been quite a bit of fervor in the past week as the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in favor of and in opposition to several significant laws regulating gay marriage. I use the word regulate purposely because no other word better describes the role of Proposition 8 and The Defense of Marriage Act. Regulation is the process of installing and monitoring rules, and it is a dirty word in the United States. Despite the recent re-election of President Obama, there is an undeniable force in American politics that screams for smaller government. Be it The Tea Party, The Libertarian Party, The Constitution Party or just a group of active citizens declaring Dont Tread On Me! there is clearly defined movement calling for less rules, less taxes, less handouts, and less government involvement in our personal lives. These are the voters who call for less regulation in every aspect of their lives ... except one. They call for the outlawing of gay marriage, a regulation of the bond of marriage. For some reason many of these proud, stalwart, patriotic Americans oppose federal legalization of gay marriage. This is one of the most personal individual freedoms we have. It is the freedom to decide not only who to spend the rest of your life with, but it is the freedom to decide who will be your next of kin, who will be your surviving spouse and who will benefit from over 1,000 more protected rights. These freedom loving patrioteers, with their Gadsden Flag bumper stickers, feel that the government should regulate whom we get to marry. It is truly hypocritical for a person to espouse the conservative value of small federal government, but then support the federal government regulating such a private, personal, and financially significant aspect of our lives. These conservatives demand that one group of citizens be second-class, that one group of citizens not benefit from the freedoms enjoyed by heterosexuals. Freedom means freedom for all, equality means equality for all. For these small government individuals who would pick and choose which liberties to be enjoyed by some and omitted for others, they are the ones calling for more freedom. For these individuals who demand less gun regulation, less business regulation, less overall regulation, they are the ones calling for regulation of who you can bind yourself to legally through marriage. It is a disgrace, and it does a disservice to their cause. Cuthbert Hutton Redington Beach Seeking wisdom and comfortI wish that children of the world could be encouraged to write down thoughts and ideas that give them comfort and supply them with essential wisdom for the long years ahead. Granted, most kids are already given plenty of instruction. Do your homework. Stop hitting your sister. Dont cuss. Say please and thank you. Such advisements are a good beginning, I suppose. Add in the rules and regulations of the earths 373 religions and by the time a child reaches 15 or so he/she will have had a bellyful of coaching. However, life is long, complex and shifting. By the time Joe or Jane reach 20, it will have become plain to them that parental and church guidelines are often not enough to steer them through lifes choppy, shark-filled waters. The real need is not so much to be exposed to useful counsel of a general nature. Instead we need to develop a body of maxims that best fit each of us as unique individuals. For example, do you have any idea of how to console yourself on the day that (a) you lose your job, (b) watch your betrothed drive off to Montana with an airline pilot, and (c) hear your doctor tell us You have shingles all on the very same day? None of the worlds self-help books contain a perfect response to such a multi-pronged disaster. So it would be helpful if, by the time the bad news arrives, we have buttressed ourselves by assembling a battery of ideas that have proved valuable in reacting to trouble. The compilation Im suggesting need not be aimed solely at negative events. Humdrum daily living deserves our attention, too. When you see yourself in the bathroom mirror for the 7,233rd time and you once again think, I wish to God I looked like someone else, you might consult your WCL (wisdom and comfort list) and find this entry: Shut up and shave. Get on with it. WCLs become more important as we age. At 20 we are full of energy and smarts, so who needs extra wisdom? By 40, doubts are beginning to show. When we reach 60, we not only hear the hellhounds baying, we know most of them by name. (The best WCLs usually contain an entire section devoted to Hellhounds). Other sections might be given over to thoughts on ambition, love, money, ego, children, weight management, sex, friendship and any other topics that are important to us. To build a workable WCL, we need not be all that inventive. We dont have to come up with brand new, never-before-uttered ideas. Very few of them exist. But there are thousands of good ones already out there, waiting for us to use, without fear of copyright infringement. Such as avoid fast women and slow horses. The author of that excellent advice is surely long dead, following an enjoyable, if less than exciting, life. A wisdom-and-comfort list can take the form of books that have guided us over time. For half a century my bedside copy of Dale Carnegies How to Stop Worrying and Start Living has kept me sane. The meditations of Marcus Aurelius contain pearls of attitude just as useful today as they were 2,100 years ago. Every bookstore, library and computer is a gold mine of wisdom and comfort, waiting for us to read, pick and choose. Wisdom and reassurance are often cloaked in humor and what may appear as cynicism, but is not. I have lifted many of my WCL nuggets from Robert Byrnes masterpiece, The 2,548 Best Things Anybody Ever Said. Here is a sampling of quotations that have imbedded themselves in my psyche over the years: When I begin to fault myself for not having won a Pulitzer or Nobel prize, I dial up this quote: We cant all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by. When choosing the gang you hang out with: A man is known by the company he avoids. When visiting friends and families, remember: After three days, fish and guests stink. When wondering why we bother with all of those churches, temples and mosques, keep this in mind: Religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich. When sketching the outlines of what might become your love life, heres a good point: The most important thing in a relationship between a man and a woman is that one of them is good at taking orders. A Wisdom and Comfort List helps to shape how we think. And how we think is probably the most important part of our lives.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net. Drivers SeatBob Driver Bills bad for high school athleticsDuring our five years as teammates with the Tampa Bay Bucs, we forged a bond that will endure the rest of our lives. Thats what happens when you dedicate yourselves to a common goal and know you can rely on the commitment and character of those around you. Now, as Florida high school football coaches, we try to pass along this same sense of honor, fair play and sportsmanship to our young student-athletes. Unfortunately, those things are under attack in the Florida Legislature. Two bad proposals would undermine the ideals that are why we have high school athletics in the first place. The legislation would undercut the authority of the Florida High School Athletic Association, even though the organization has spent almost 100 years as the trusted authority to protect the integrity of high school sports. This would diminish the wonderful experience of high school sports, which is now shared by 260,000 boys and girls across Florida. Worst of all, it would open the door for wholesale free agency for high school athletes. Under the proposals (HB 1279 and SB 1164), students could easily switch schools to play for a different high school sports team. All theyd have to do is meet the athletic and academic requirements set by the schools they choose. This amounts to wholesale free agency for high school athletes, leaving the field wide open to cutthroat recruiting. We were both in the NFL, and we understand free agency. We also understand recruiting, but that was for college. Theres no place for either of these in high school football. Its not what high school is all about. The long-term effects of these bad proposals would hurt Florida communities, where fair competition and local school spirit will be crushed by ambitious high schools that want to stockpile star athletes. This would ignore what happens at the schools they raid for talent. The players left behind would certainly feel abandoned and betrayed by teammates and friends who felt they werent good enough. Whats next? Middle school scouting combines for future high school prospects? Florida high school sports would never be the same again. The last thing kids need is a process that invites open recruiting of high school athletes. Its hard enough for top players to keep a level head when the colleges come calling it will be almost impossible for younger kids to resist that attention from other high schools. The idea that a kid could live in one part of town, play football for a school in another part of town and then qualify to play basketball at an entirely different school, is not what high school sports is supposed to be all about. As coaches, we have to wonder how we would encourage children in such a backwards system, where victories and personal ambition come before character building and sportsmanship. How could we have an honest conversation with them about traditional things like playing by the rules, teamwork and fair play while coaches who can get away with manipulation, pressure and bribery are recruiting them? We strongly object to changes that would let recruiters target impressionable young people as they finish middle school, filling their heads with dreams of championships and college scholarships. This would inflict damage on overall school spirit. When fair and friendly competition gives way to the win-at-all-costs mentality of a few high school athletic powerhouses, all notion of fair play is destroyed. High school-aged athletes need rules, regulations and structure to guide their actions. They deserve every opportunity we can give them to succeed, but not at the expense of their values and integrity or of a system that assures a level playing field for all. Over many years of playing football, we learned the core lessons of sportsmanship, and we will never sacrifice them for the sake of winning. That is why we believe HB 1279 and SB 1164 are bad for Floridas children. To learn more and get involved, go to www.ParentsforFairPlay.com Mike Alstott and Reidel Anthony are former stars with the NFLs Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Alstott is now head football coach at Northside Christian High School in St. Petersburg, and Anthony coaches at Glades Central High School in Belle Glade. Florida Voices As I See ItMike Alstott Reidel Anthony

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The saying, Be the envy of all your friends makes envy sound more attractive, or at least less negative, than the green-eyed monster. It turns out that theyre synonyms along with invidiousness and covetousness for resentful dislike at anothers advantage. Consequently, I changed the opening line of this column. I occasionally wonder if its easier to report on our local fish than on our local dolphins. My journalistic compatriot Capt. Tyson Get Bent Wallerstein is out there every week bent on getting the relative numbers and current micro-niche of local fish, which he reports to ready-and-waiting anglers up and down the coast. My reporters beat is our local bottlenose dolphins. What fish reports have that dolphin reports can never have is that fish reports are good for time and distance. In contrast, no matter how carefully Capt. John Heidemann and I collect dolphin numbers and current habitat preferences, theyre like a dream real only as long youre watching them and sometimes not even that long. Heres what I mean about fish reports being good for time and distance. One of Capt. Wallersteins February reports advised anglers to find redfish in the traditional places and to find mullet with live shrimp dangled in clean water during flood currents. Sheepshead assembling for the spring spawn meant that big juicy individuals could be found at pass bridges and jetties. The passes were good for jigging pompano on the strongest part of the tide, early morning or evening as you like. Gods bongos, black drums, could be found thumping over deep seagrass flats from Dunedin to Pinellas. They all sound like such nice little predictable fish. Ahem. In nine years and a thousand surveys for local dolphins, the closest I can come to predicting dolphin time and distance is a 7 percent chance well see zero or one dolphin, and well see more dolphins in the summer than the winter. As a rule. Other than that, all bets are off. Or on. Heres what I mean about dolphin reports being real only as long as youre watching them. Three recent dolphin surveys conducted three days in a row produced three completely different scenarios, starting with the numbers. We saw 23 dolphins the first day, four dolphins the second day and zero dolphins the third day. The different numbers (23, four and zero) are examples of variability in the data, and one aim of science is to explain as much variability as possible. Its relatively easy to explain the zero-dolphin day: heavy fog. Maybe variability is partly explained by the weather, which was as dramatically different on all three days as the dolphins themselves. The cold winds of the first day were easily forgotten as we found five different groups scattered from Johns Pass to the Narrows, either engaged in a range of hunting techniques or napping. The next day was a beautiful day of soothing warmth that yielded one-sixth the numbers of dolphins wed seen the day before over the same waters at the same time. The four we found occurred as two pairs. The behavior of the first pair of young teens, Oyster and VC, is increasingly bull-like; indeed, they vanished immediately in admirable imitation of the big bulls theyll be someday. But the other pair was teen VCs mom Valiant and brother Vidalia, and we happened upon them twice, first napping on the run and then snapping up snacks. It was the first time Id actually seen young Mr. Vidalia with a fish. He carried around a flounder, which means I now have generational pictures of this native behavior for Vidalia, his mom Valiant and his brother VC. So dolphins arent completely unpredictable. Nor are fish completely predictable. One thing dolphins do predictably, however, is raise other questions. Without suggesting fish are the working class of the marine world, why do many fish species have predictable schedules the way working people have predictable schedules? In turn, do people in the human leisure class have less predictable schedules because they dont work? Without suggesting dolphins are the maritime leisure class there is no leisure class in nature what affords them the luxury of unpredictability? Is part of it the combination of their exceptional intelligence and self-awareness coupled with the relative predictability of those nice little fish?Dr. Weaver studies wild dolphins under federal permit 16299, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Send her an email at daz zled@tampabay.rr.com or visit her website www.dolphinsuperstore.com. NOAA advises anyone who sees a stranded dolphin in the Gulf of Mexico to call 877-942-5343 or 877-433-8299. Photo by ANN WEAVERDolphins like Slightwin keep many secrets, including how they get away with having one of the most flexible schedules in the animal kingdom. Dolphin WatchAnn Weaver Simple steps to turn a yard into a bird oasis Did you know that many of our most popular wading birds the little blue heron, roseate spoonbill, snowy egret, tri-colored heron, reddish egret and white ibis, plus four types of salt marsh songbirds and the osprey in Monroe County are all imperiled? It will be a very sad day indeed if any of these birds go extinct. The good news is that the situation is not hopeless. Property owners who are concerned about our feathered friends can fairly easily turn their yards into a bird oasis. The basics for all life are food, water, space and shelter. Plants can provide both food and shelter. If you are sprucing up your yard for spring, choose native plants that were once part of the ecosystem in which you live. Before areas were cleared for development, they were often wildlife cities, full of places for birds to nest, find food and water, and raise a family. The cumulative impact of so much land clearing is that native wildlife species are experiencing severe reductions in numbers and even potential extinctions at neighborhood, county, regional, state and national levels. We can easily provide wildlife habitat in our yard just by planting native plants. Because native plants evolved with the animals that use them, they tend to be much better at providing the right habitat and food at the right time of year. Use as many different heights of plants as possible and pick a variety of plants that flower or fruit at different times of the year. A good list of plants for around a pond includes buttonbush, wax myrtle, red maple, tupelo, bald cypress, duck potato, pickerelweed, iris, bulrush, and fragrant water lily. Giving up just 3 feet of mowed grass for native habitat also will help to improve water quality and provide for wildlife. The seven major ecosystems that occur in Florida are the coastal strand, sand scrub, sand hills, hardwood hammocks, Flatwoods, swamp and freshwater marsh. If you dont know which habitat fits your area, you can check with a local native plant nursery, join the Native Plant Society, visit a nearby park nature center, visit the UF/IFAS Extension Service for help, or order a helpful book at ifasbooks.ifas.ufl.edu/p-180-landscaping-for-floridas-wildlife.aspx. The Florida-Friendly Landscaping Guide to Plant Selection & Landscape Design is another excellent free book that shows sample landscapes as well as many plants and their specific requirements. It can be found under publications at watermatters.org. Favorite plants for my Pinellas County yard, which is like a Flatwoods and goes from sopping wet to bone dry, include beautyberry, myrsine, firebush, Simpsons stopper, Florida privet, wild coffee, blue-eyed grass, yaupon holly, fakahatchee grass and sabal palm. A simple birdbath is an easy way to provide birds with fresh water (keep mosquitoes from breeding by flushing out the water every three days). Whenever practical, we should all forgo pesticides. Pesticide use in North America has grown to more than 1.1 billion pounds annually and about 8 percent of that is applied to yards and gardens. One lawn-care pesticide was implicated in more than 150 mass bird dieoffs. Pesticides also can cause longer-term, potentially lethal effects such as eggshell thinning and neurological damage. Always try cultural, mechanical and biological control methods first (the Extension Service can give you suggestions) and use insecticidal soap, horticultural oil or Bt products instead of toxins. Another thing we can do to protect the birds is to keep cats indoors. A new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Smithsonians Migratory Bird Center estimates that this countrys 150 million outdoor cats are killing up to 3.7 billion birds a year, with our pet cats averaging one kill every 17 hours. Shocking! Bird lovers also can help by adopting a species and becoming an advocate for that species by working to protect and restore its habitat. Teach your community and school kids, or volunteer at a nature center or preserve. For more information about gardening for birds the Pinellas County Extension Service is just a phone call or visit away. We are located at 12520 Ulmerton Road, Largo, next to the Florida Botanical Gardens and are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. To speak with a horticulturist, you can call 727-582-2110 on Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m. You also can visit our website at www.pinellascountyextension.org.Jane Morse is a UF/IFAS Extension Agent, Pinellas County. Growing WiseJane Morse Florida Herb Society to meetCLEARWATER The Florida Herb Society will meet Tuesday, April 16, 6:30 p.m., at Clearwater Garden Club, 405 Seminole St. Bob Huttick and MaryAnn Kirk from the Seminole Community Garden will share tips on harvesting and cooking with fresh herbs. Refreshments and herbal swaps will begin at 6:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome. The first meeting is free. Cost is $25 per year to join. Call Emily Wenzel at 365-8574 or email emily@floridaherbsociety.org.Church to host gardening workshopPINELLAS PARK A gardening workshop will be presented Saturday, April 13, 9 to 11 a.m., at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd. Nessie Johnson, certified in Permaculture, will demonstrate how to build Florida soil in order to grow produce. Johnson also will host a presentation on water catching on Saturday, April 27, 9 to 11 a.m., at the church. She will talk about catching water to provide the necessary moisture for gardens. There is a suggested donation of $20 for each session. A scholarship for at least one teenager is being offered but must be arranged prior to the first workshop. Preregistration is helpful but not required. For information, call 544-8558 or visit good sam-church.org. www.TBNweekly.com

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14A Pet Connection Leader, April 4, 2013 Nature wont wait and neither should you IMMEDIATE APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE Accepting most Insurance PlansThis silent killer can be stopped. Skin Cancer Can ... Often be painless Be in hard-to-see locations Disfigure or kill if left untreated Taking new aim at skin cancerDermatology Specialists is the FIRST in this area to implement a new cutting edge technology for specific types of non-melanoma skin cancer called the SRT-100. The mobile superficial radiation therapy (SRT) is designed to provide an alternative to surgical procedures for basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas.Now you can tell your doctor, surgery is not the only option.Heres more good news: Virtually Painless No Cutting Avoid Reconstructive Surgery of Treated Area Very High Cure Rates Minimal to No Scarring Faster Healing Process Very Short Procedure Time021413 5200 Seminole Blvd., Seminole392-3376 Available In This Area Only At:A Division of Florida Dermatology and Skin Cancer Specialist George L. Bondar, DO, FAOCD Cheri Morales, ARNP Whitnie Saron, ARNP Dr.s Todd Clarkson and Donald Collins remain committed to maintaining the standards and traditions of excellence their patients expect and deserve.our physicians and three Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioners work out of 2 office locations. Our East Bay Medical Center offers visits during Lunchtime hours to better meet your scheduling needs.F F2 Convenient Locations to Better Serve You.Oakhurst Medical Clinic13020 Park Blvd., Seminole, FL 33776 727-393-3404 oakhurstmedicalclinic.comEast Bay Medical Center3800 East Bay Drive, Largo, FL 33771 727-539-0505 eastbaymedicalcenter.comwww.oakmed.comMedicare, Humana Medicare Advantage Plan, and most other insurance plans accepted. Todd Clarkson, D.O. Donald Collins, D.O. Ronald Mall, D.O. Roger Schwartzberg, D.O.,F.A.A.I.M. Betsy Parker, A.R.N.P Gail Quail MSN, A.R.N.P.C. John Jarboe A.R.N.P. Marianne Fisher CEO FAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINEFAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINE010313 032813 010313 No more painful, swollen legs or feet or unsightly varicose or spider veins! FREE VEIN & FOOT SCREENINGCall today to schedule your appointment!727.871.VEIN (8346)New Location in Walsingham Podiatry14219 Walsingham Road, Suite K, Largo Board Certified Vascular Surgeons Convenient Office Based Procedures Minimal Down Time and Scarring 4 Locations to serve you Davis Island/Sun City Center/Town n CountryAll procedures performed by a Board Certified Vascular Surgeon. Ultrasound by a registered vascular technician. Most insurances accepted.Get Your Legs Ready For SHORTS WEATHER! www.Izzoalkire.comCall today to schedule your Foot or Leg Screening in Largo one-on-one with our physician on April 16th or April 30thFREE! 4413 CLEARWATER The Humane Society of Pinellas is seeking contestants for its 2014 Celebration of Companionship Calendar Contest. According to a press release, the competition was so intense last year that the society is kicking things off early this year. Cost to enter the contest is $10. To enter, visit www.mulabula.com/humanepinellas or send a pets photograph to hsp@mulabula.com. Every photo entered is guaranteed to appear somewhere in the calendar. Website visitors also may vote for favorite pet pictures. Cost is $1 per vote. The top 13 vote-getters by Sept. 22, 6 p.m., will receive a professional photo session by Rebecca Brittain and will be featured for a whole month on the cover. This year, the winners will be the pets with the most votes, regardless of species. Calendar sponsorships also are available. For sponsorship information, call Twila Cole at 7977722, ext. 222, or email Twila@HumanePinellas.org.Humane Society calendar contest opens Visit www.TBNweekly.comLooking for a home RebaReba is a 48-pound American pit bull terrier that has been with the Pinellas County Animal Services center since Valentines Day. She is a 2-year-old medium-energy-level dog. She loves to play fetch, and this stray girl knows some basic commands, too. Bring this article to the center and adopt her for only $25. Shes spayed, up to date on shots and microchipped. Visit her at 12450 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Call 582-2600 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/animalservices/petfind. Dog training class setLARGO A free dog-training program will be offered Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m., at Pinellas County Animal Services, 12450 Ulmerton Road. Attendees will learn the basics of dog training in a seminar for all who have adopted dogs from Pinellas County Animal Services or other shelters in the county. Participants will learn about housetraining, loose-leash walking and dealing with challenging dog behaviors. Dogs will not be permitted at the class. To register, call 582-2600 or visit www.pinellascounty .org/animalservices. KaiaKaia is a gorgeous Siamese seal point girl with beautiful blue eyes. This young lady had a loving owner who became sick and was no longer able to care for her. Kaia would like to be the only queen in her humans castle, since she loves to give and receive attention and does not want to share it with another pet. She is very sweet and friendly and is looking for a loving forever home. She is spayed and current with her vaccinations. Call Second Chance for Strays at 535-9154 or visit www.secondchanceforstrays.com.Smith and Wesslyn (Linnie)Smith and Wesslyn or Linnie for short are a pair of the most intriguing, lovable, vocal kittens at 3.5 months old. This brother-and-sister duo are vibrant, stunning black cats looking for the best lap possible for a forever home. They seek attention and will be in splendor in a lap or a bed. They are cuddlers and would love to be carried around like a baby all day. They have incredible dispositions and will fit in perfectly wherever they go. They adore other cats and dogs. They ideally could be kept together. They are current on vaccinations, spayed and neutered, and microchipped. To adopt them, call All Bout Cats at 712-7773 or visit www.allboutcats.com. CharlieMeet Charlie, a 3-year-old hound mix. This great dog is looking to shed a few pounds, so he needs a family who can help get him active. He loves long walks and wouldnt mind sniffing around the dog park. But if you prefer a couch and a good book, Charlie would love to cuddle with you. Adopt him for $75, which includes his neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchip and 30 days of pet insurance. Meet him at the SPCA Tampa Bay at 9099 130th Ave. N., Largo. Visit www.spcatampabay.org.

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Summer Camp Sports 15A Leader, April 4, 2013 Ages 2 thru Grade 12! 11499 131st Street N., Largo, FL 33774 727.596.1902 Online Registration: www.countrydaylargo.com/summercamp Montessori Camp Ages 2 thru Kindergarden Theme Camps Grades 1-9: Horse, Cooking, Art, Fishing, Science, Sports, Drama Featuring Act Up Performing Arts : Gr. 6-12031413 Summer Camp Up to 24 Hour Care Weekends, Holidays In Home or Facility Care Medication Set Ups Medication Reminders Hygiene Assistance Companionship Meal Preparation Light Housework TransportationAlzheimers Care and Respite for Family CaregiversBy screened & qualied professionalswww.yourvisitingangel.comLicense #30211274 727-797-8600 We also work with Universal Healthcare Diversion Program, Humana Florida Comfort Choice, United Healthcare, Evercare and Veterans Administration. 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Siblings $90/Week Registration Forms are Available in the office at 200 Rex Place, Madeira Beach, FL 33708 or On the City We b site.392-0665 Open 7:30am-5:30pmEnds Friday, August 16032813 032813 2013 Delphi Academy of Florida. All Rights Reserved. Licensed to use Applied Scholastics educational services and materials.SummerofFUN+ADVENTUREages 2-17 Call NOW to enroll www.delphifl.org031413727-447-6385Dont let your child miss a June 24 August 16four week minimum requiredSwimming Art Drama Pottery Sports Field Trips Out of Town TripsDELPHI Clyde H. Moreland, M.D. Jenny Chamblain, M.D. Myung-Joo Handelman, ARNP, NP-C Peggi L. Lalor, ARNPBoard Certified Physicians & Nurse Practitioners040413Nous Parlons Franais!We speak 7 languages including sign language.Bay Area Medical Mon.Fri. 8:30-5 Fly-fishing official speaks at local fundraiserLARGO Philip Greenlee, president of the International Federation of Fly Fishers spoke at the Suncoast Fly Fisherss 10th annual hog roast fundraising dinner March 23. Greenlee praised Suncoast Fly Fishers for programs teaching flyfishing and fly-tying to young anglers and Scouts as well as to recovering military veterans through the Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing program. He spoke of the importance of supporting the federations conservation goals and outlined its certification program for fly-casting instructors. Suncoast Fly Fishers held its fundraiser at the new Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum, a 33,000-squarefoot facility at 12211 Walsingham Road in Largo. Before the dinner, Greenlee toured the center with founder and chief executive Jim Simons and Suncoast Fly Fishers President Thomas Gadacz. A major purpose of Greenlees visit was to see a newly designed wall-sized display of images and artwork celebrating saltwater fly-fishing, a project which the federation helped fund. The new Florida Gulf Coast fishing center actively supports fishing clubs in the St. Petersburg-Clearwater area and hosts summer youth fishing camps. Local artists decorate museum walls with historical fishing photos and artwork. More than 4,000 students will visit the center on field trips each school year. The center also hosts a pancake breakfast and open market on Saturday mornings. Suncoast Fly Fishers, with 145 active members, is one of Floridas largest fly-fishing clubs. Members meet for professional presentations, fly-tying and fly-casting sessions on the third Thursday of each month, except December, at Walter Fuller Recreation Center in St. Petersburg. The clubs hold a fly-fishing and picnic outing on Saturdays following each meeting. For more information, visit the Suncoast Fly Fishers website at www.suncoastflyfishers.com, the International Federation of Fly Fishers website at www.fedflyfishers.org or the Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum at www.centerforfishing.org. This week: Go early and call it earlyLast weeks big cool down dropped our water temperature into the upper 50s, and shut down the fishing for a few days. Warm conditions over the past week have definitely helped to get us back on track. With water temperatures now on the rise we should start to see our spring fishing turn on as we head into the next new moon phase. With water temperatures just under 70 degrees the baitfish are beginning to show up in our near shore waters. Along with the bait come the schools of mackerel and hopefully soon some kingfish. Mackerel have been steady catches at the Skyway pier for a couple of weeks now and the bite is definitely improving. Along our beaches pelicans and terns can be seen diving just offshore. Small schools of mackerel are thrashing through the bait pods as well. Casting Gotcha plugs or trolling small silver spoons will produce good numbers of macks right now. Inshore fishing was a bit difficult this past week and definitely over the weekend. A lot of boats on the water mean rough conditions in the afternoon. My advice is to go early and call it a day early. The fishing was off at least for me this past week. Im choosing to blame it on the full moon; only time will tell if thats the case. The bite is sure to rebound as we approach the new moon and rising water temperatures. Clacker floats and D.O.A. shrimp combinations will produce numbers of fish by drifting the 3or 4foot grass flats, while free-lining small grass grunts or pilchards can produce larger trout along the shallow drop offs were the water goes from about 1 foot to 2 or 3 foot pretty quickly. Until next week get bent.Tyson Wallerstein can be reached at capt.tyson@hotmail.com. To get a fish 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 Wellerstein Photo courtesy of SUNCOAST FLY FISHERSPhil Greenlee, president of the International Federation of Fly Fishers, left, shakes hands with Tom Gadacz, Suncoast Fly Fishers president, in front of the display celebrating saltwater fly-fishing at the Florida Gulf Coast Center for Fishing and Interactive Museum in Largo March 23. Tournament to support marine educationLARGO The Make A Difference Fishing Tournament will be Saturday, April 6, 8 a.m. to noon, at Largo Central Park Nature Preser ve, 150 Highland Ave. SE. Register by 9:30 a.m. to be eligible for the prize drawing following the tournament. The tournament supports the nonprofit organization that helps disabled children through fishing tournaments and other programs that facilitate their involvement in marine education and recreation. For more information, call 587-6740, ext. 5014 or visit makeadifferencefishing.org.

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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesLeader Section B April 4, 2013Visit www.TBNweekly.com Crafts on CoreySt. Pete Beach Corey area welcomes spring with annual craft festival The Power of Knowledge ... The Gift of Caring MOVE IN READY ST PETE HOME 2BR/1BA/1CG + FENCED BACKYARD Many upgrades include: new appliances 2012, new roof 2010, new fence 2009 & new air handler 2011$124,900 BUILD YOUR WATERFRONT DREAM HOME MADEIRA BEACH LOT Boat dock & lift already installed This ideal location is walking distance to the beach and close to restaurants & entertainment$295,000WATERFRONT MADEIRA BEACH HOME 4BR/3.5BA/2CG + DOCK Split floor plan Gorgeous Key West style design 103 lineal feet on deep sailboat water$974,000 UPDATED WATERFRONT CONDO 2BR/2BA + NEW BALCONY New ceramic tile throughout Updated bathrooms & remodeled kitchen Walk to the beach, shopping & entertainment$229,900 MUST SEE CUSTOM HOME 5BR/4.5BA/3CG + POOL Floor plan offers a huge master suite, office, formal dining room, formal living room, extra large family room & fireplaces$750,000 NAME WORTHY ESTATE 4 acre lot on esteemed Park St Enjoy sunsets from the private beach Mini marina features a covered boat port & tile poles to accommodate large yachts$3,900,000 BARDMOOR HOME 4BR/3BA/3CG + POOL 3 way split plan Close to shopping, restaurants, healthcare Master suite with large bath & pool access$449,900 LIVE THE BEACH LIFE 3BR/1BA + WALK TO THE BEACH Light & bright floor plan features an updated kitchen with breakfast bar, formal dining area, living room & family room$150,000 NEWLISTING PRICE REDUCEDAmazing, Amazing Folks!. Kevin and Carol Ginan 040413Sandy Hartmann & Asociates have been providing exceptional real estate services to their clients since 1979 and has been consistently ranked in the top 1% of Real Estate agents across the United States. Before you buy or sell ... get your facts from a professional. EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13EXPIRES4-30-13040413 By LEE CLARK ZUMPEST. PETE BEACH The 10th annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Craft Festival will run Saturday and Sunday, April 6-7, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Corey Avenue and Gulf Boulevard in downtown St. Pete Beach. The festival will feature some of the finest crafters in the country displaying and selling a wide variety of unique and affordable crafts. The event also will include a book signing by childrens book author Julie Woik. The two-day event is free and open to the public. Participating artists and crafters will display their finest work including their newest creations and will be on site for the duration of the event. Woik author and creator of the successful childrens book series The Life and Times of Lilly the Lash will be signing copies of her book. More than just storybooks, these beautifully illustrated works of art offer boys and girls ages infant through 10 an exciting adventure, hundreds of entertaining educational activities, and important life lessons to build strong self-esteem and good character. Presented by American Craft Endeavors, the annual festival is a juried outdoor craft showcase. ACE produces some of the nations most exciting high-end juried craft shows in many of Floridas vibrant downtown areas and popular tourist destinations including the Lauderdale by the Sea Craft Festival in Fort Lauderdale; the Holiday Craft Festival on the Ocean in Jupiter/Juno Ruth Eckerd Hall to present rock musical HairPhoto by HELAYNE STILLINGS/AMERICAN CRAFT ENDEAVORS Skilled crafters and artisans will display their wares at the annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Craft Festival, set for April 6-7. Image courtesy of JULIE WOIKJulie Woiks childrens book series feature the character Lilly the Lash. Woik will participate in the craft festival.Photo courtesy of AMERICAN CRAFT ENDEAVORSKatherine Weisinger and Jaron Reeser use real flowers and leaves in their jewelry. Their creations will be on display and available for purchase at the festival. Top diversions Looking ahead Is He Dead?, by Mark Twain and David Ives, April 4-14, at Francis Wilson Playhouse, 302 Seminole St., Clearwater. Call 446-1360 or visit www.franciswilsonplayhouse.org. Performances are generally Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets for nonmusicals are $21 for adults, $11 for students. Tickets for musicals are $26 for adults, $13 for students. Over the River and Through the Woods, by Joe DiPietro, presented by the Players of Safety Harbor; April 5-7, at the Safety Harbor Library, 101 Second St. N., Safety Harbor. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees will be Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the show. A donation of $10 is appreciated. For information, visit www.playersofsafetyharbor.weebly.com. Military Tattoo Saturday, April 6, 7 p.m., at Dunedin High School, 1651 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin. The Dunedin Military Tattoo is an exhibition of marching bands, bagpipe bands, brass bands, highland dancers and more. The tradition traces its roots to military drum performances dating back to the 17th century when the British army was fighting in the Low Countries of Belgium and The Netherlands. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the gate. Visit www.dunedinhighlandgames.com. Louie Anderson, Sunday, April 7, 2 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets are $25 and $35. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Part of the 2012-13 Adults at Leisure Series, Anderson returns to Clearwater after his tremendous performance at The Capitol Theatre. One of the most versatile and successful comedians working today, the actor/author/stand-up comic delivers his inimitable brand of family-friendly humor and warmth on the Ruth Eckerd Hall stage for the first time in 25 years.Largo Dave Somerville and The Diamonds, part of the Celebrity Showcase Series, Thursday, April 11, 1 to 3 p.m., in the Goodman Ballroom at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door. Limited reserved seats are available. Call 518-3131. Suncoast Singers, Saturday, April 27, at Minnreg Hall, 6430 126th Ave., Largo. Doors will open at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $16. Call 464-7468. The program, Classics to Country, will feature favorite classics and country music. This will be an uplifting concert with a combination of nostalgic classic golden oldies, country songs and specialty numbers from many composers. Photo courtesy of LOUIE ANDERSONLouie Anderson performs April 7 at Ruth Eckerd Hall. See CRAFTS, page 4BCLEARWATER Considered by many the ultimate American rock musical, Hair comes to the Tampa Bay area April 4-6, at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Performances will be Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. There will be one matinee on Saturday, at 2 p.m. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. This exuberant 2009 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival focuses on a group of young Americans searching for peace and love in a turbulent time. Hair boasts an extraordinary cast and unforgettable songs, including Aquarius, Let the Sun Shine In, Good Morning, Starshine and Easy To Be Hard. Based upon the original 1967 rock musical with a book and lyrics by James Rado and Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot, this award-winning revival features an extraordinary and multi-cultural cast singing songs that were products of the hippie counter-culture and sexual revolution of the 1960s. The musicals enduring relevance is undeniable, its energy unbridled and its truth is unwavering. The themes and struggles in Hair, although from another era, seem vital and applicable to modern times. This inspiring new production of Hair was the event of the season in New York City and the darling of critics when it premiered in Central Park in 2007-08, becoming a smash hit. Subsequently it was moved, due to overwhelming hype and demand, to Broadway. That run was followed by national tours. Hair has had and continues to have a profound impact on audiences. The engaging audience experience all builds up to the joyous post-show celebration when the audience is invited to dance in the aisles and on stage with the performers to the anthem Let the Sun Shine In. This production of Hair is directed by Diane Paulus. See HAIR, page 3B See LOOKING AHEAD, page 2B

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Ehomefashions.comShowroom Open Monday Saturday8710 Seminole Boulevard Seminole 727-397-8770All Hunter Douglas Products On Sale Now!$50 OFFOrders of $500 or more$100 OFFOrders of $1,000 or moreCoupon must be redeemed at time of purchase. Offer expires. 4-30-13 040413 BEGINNERBRIDGELESSONSCall 727-363-1136 For Details FIRST LESSON FREE STARTINGTHE 2ND WEEK OF APRIL FIRST LESSON FREE STARTINGTHE 2ND WEEK OF APRIL NEW Location NEW LocationSt. Petersburg Bridge ClubNOVICEGAMESMON. WED. FRI. 12:30 PM12 Duplicate Games Each Week9103 U.S. Hwy 19 N., Mainlands Plaza Pinellas Parkwww.stpetebridge.org032813 011013 This is the second concert of the groups 33rd concert season. Forbidden Broadways Greatest Hits, created and written by Gerard Alessandrini, May 3-19, presented by Eight OClock Theatre, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 19 and younger. Call 587-6793. The Swashbuckling Adventures of Alex Jones, with book, music and lyrics by Jason Tucker, July 12-21, presented by Eight OClock Theatre, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 19 and younger. Call 587-6793.Clearwater Murder Among Friends, by Bob Barry, through April 28, presented by Early Bird Dinner Theatre at the Italian-American Club, 200 S. McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Performances are Thursday through Sunday, with seating at 4 p.m. Matinees are Thursdays and Saturdays, with seating at 11 a.m. Admission is $32 plus tax and includes dinner and the show. For reservations, call 446-5898 or visit www.earlybirddinnertheatre.com. Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, Wednesday, April 17, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. After a highly successful bout on Broadway, Mike Tyson announced that he will take his acclaimed one-man show on a national tour. Helmed by renowned director Spike Lee and producer James L. Nederlander, the tour will make a stop at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on April 17. Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth is a rare, personal look inside the life and mind of one of the most feared men ever to wear the heavyweight crown. This riveting one-man show goes beyond the headlines, behind the scenes and between the lines to deliver a must-see theatrical knockout.Dunedin Films in the Park Friday, April 5, dusk, at Pioneer Park, at the intersection of Main Street and Douglas Avenue in Dunedin. 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Her Broadway credentials include the A.R.T. production of The Gershwins Porgy and Bess, Cirque du Soleils touring show Amaluna, A.R.T. Prometheus Bound, Death and The Powers: The Robots Opera, and Kiss Me, Kate. She is the recipient of the 2012 Founders Award for Excellence in Directing from the Drama League. Karole Armitage serves as choreographer. Armitage has choreographed for major dance companies throughout Europe and the United States and has directed operas for leading European houses. Known for her collaborations with important contemporary artists such as Jeff Koons and Brice Marden as well as pop icons such as Madonna and Michael Jackson Armitage made her Broadway debut in 2008 with Passing Strange and recently choreographed Amaluna for Cirque du Soleil. Hair is intended for mature audiences. REH to present West Side StoryRuth Eckerd Halls 2012-13 Broadway season will conclude with West Side Story, set to run June 21-23. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 7 p.m. Matinees will be Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets start at $50. West Side Story forever changed musical theater and remains as powerful, poignant and timely as ever. From the first note to the last breath, this Tony Award-winning Best Musical soars as one of the greatest love stories of all time. The Bernstein and Sondheim score is one of Broadways finest, featuring such classics as Somethings Coming, Tonight, America, I Feel Pretty and Somewhere. For information on the 2012-13 Broadway series at Ruth Eckerd Hall, call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com.Opening this weekendHollywood conjures Evil Dead remake; Jurassic Park returns to the big screen in 3D Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:Evil DeadGenre: Horror Cast: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas and Elizabeth Blackmore Director: Fede Alvarez Rated: R In the much-anticipated remake of the 1981 cult-hit horror film, five 20-something friends become holed up in a remote cabin. r When the group discovers a Book of the Dead, they unwittingly summon up dormant demons living in the nearby woods, which possess the youngsters in succession until only one is left intact to fight for survival.Jurassic Park 3DGenre: Adventure and science fiction Cast: Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Richard Attenborough, Bob Peck, Martin Ferrero, Joseph Mazzello, Ariana Richards, Samuel L. Jackson, BD Wong and Wayne Knight Director: Steven Spielberg Rated: PG-13 Universal Pictures will release Steven Spielbergs groundbreaking classic Jurassic Park in 3D. With his remastering of the epic into a state-of-the-art 3D format, Spielberg introduces the three-time Academy Award-winning blockbuster to a new generation of moviegoers and allows longtime fans to experience the world he envisioned in a way that was unimaginable during the films original release. Starring Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Attenborough, the film based on the novel by Michael Crichton is produced by Kathleen Kennedy and Gerald R. Molen. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.The Brass TeapotGenre: Comedy and drama Cast: Juno Temple, Michael Angarano, Alexis Bledel, Billy Magnussen, Alia Shawkat, Bobby Moynihan, Stephen Park and Debra Monk Director: Ramaa Mosley Rated: R John and Alice live in small town America 20s, married, very much in love, and broke. Once voted most likely to succeed, Alice struggles to make ends meet while her friends enjoy the good life. Her husband John, neurotic and riddled with phobias, just wants to get the bills paid. But an accident leads them to a roadside antique shop where Alice is spontaneously drawn to a mysterious brass teapot. It isnt long before they realize that this is no ordinary teapot and that perhaps they have found the answer to all of their financial woes. 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Hell-bent on making a name for himself, he is willing to stop at nothing to capitalize on it. He digs deep into Grants past. Despite warnings from his editor and threats from the FBI, Shepard relentlessly tracks Grant across the country. As Grant reopens old wounds and reconnects with former members of his antiwar group, the Weather Underground, Shepard realizes something about this man is just not adding up. With the FBI closing in, Shepard uncovers the shocking secrets Grant school, Simon Killer is an erotic and psychological portrait of Simon (Brady Corbet), a well-educated, handsome and seemingly sympathetic college graduate with just a hint of something off putting enough to ignite a sense of concern. Recently heartbroken, Simon travels to Paris to clear his head. After several days of wandering aimlessly, Simon finds himself drawn into a sex parlor and has a sexual encounter with an exotic prostitute, Victoria (Mati Diop). The chemistry builds between the two until they find themselves in a serious relationship, one that leads to blackmail, betrayal and the ultimate revelation of Simons true nature.TranceGenre: Thriller Cast: James McAvoy, Vincent Cassel and Rosario Dawson Director: Danny Boyle Rated: R A fine art auctioneer mixed up with an underworld gang joins forces with a charismatic hypnotherapist to recover a lost painting. As boundaries between desire, reality and hypnotic suggestion begin to blur the stakes rise faster and more dangerously than any of the players could have anticipated.For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link on the left-side menu. Photo courtesy of MAGNOLIA PICTURESChris Nicola, the caving enthusiast who unearthed the story recounted in No Place on Earth, descends into a cave in Georgia. No Place on Earth is a Magnolia Pictures release.Photo courtesy of MAGNOLIA PICTUREShas been keeping for the past three decades. 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Marksz, a fine jewelry crafter, maintains sustainable practices by getting his silver from Hoover and Strong, which provides 100 percent recycled material. Zacks father has been a full-time professional silversmith and jewelry artisan since the late 1960s and he has been apprenticing under him for more than 10 years. He also has gleaned much of his skills from his two uncles and aunt who are also silversmiths and jewelry artisans that apprenticed under his father. Weisinger uses real flowers and leaves in her jewelry. They are protected from fading by enriching the original color. Each petal and leaf is delicately hand-painted using lacquer, 24-karat gold and sterling silver for results that are simply stunning. Like many of Floridas seasonal residents, Chris Adamo splits his time between his home in Cape Cod and his winter escape in Sarasota. Together with his wife Nancy, Chris creates and sells unique handcrafted jewelry. But the Adamos idea of running a business didnt include the brick and mortar model. Instead, they opted to sell their creations online and at local craft and artisan fairs. The result is inspired, distinctive jewelry crafted from the finest gemstones, crystals and silver. We take our inspiration from the beautiful coastal areas where we live, Chris says on his website, but, also in the beauty and spirituality of the natural world around us. Sid and Lee Klein create beautiful hand cut jewelry out of coinage from countries around the world. We started creating cut-coin jewelry more than a quarter century ago in Sacramento, Calif., the couple explains on their website. We started at the local flea market, then to military bases, on to doing CB jamborees, and graduated to art and craft shows in shopping malls, traveling the United States. While they were working the shopping mall circuit, Lee learned to solder, so she can make cufflinks and tie tacks. She also makes buckles, but cufflinks are her favorite to make. We are now exhibiting our beautiful cut coins in outdoor craft shows and festivals, almost always in Florida.Author signingJulie Woik also will participate in this years festival. Woik is the author and creator of the successful childrens book series The Life and Times of Lilly the Lash. Designed for children age 10 and younger, the storybooks feature beautiful illustrations, entertaining educational activities and life lessons aimed at establishing strong self-esteem and building good character. To date, Woik has completed and published the first three books in a series that will eventually boast 15 titles. The fourth book has been written and is currently in the process of being illustrated. According to Woiks website, each book teaches an important lesson, such as self-worth, sharing, honesty and respect. Each book also has free teacher lesson plans, therapy lesson plans and crafting activities. There is a free motivational board game available for download on the website. There are hidden items in each book for children to find. A portion of the proceeds from book sales benefits a designated cause such as research into finding cures for breast cancer, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis and autism. According to Woik, Advanced Productions and Entertainment, a company who produces and directs plays for Nickelodeon, is in the process of creating an interactive musical based on the first book in the series. The play will be called Lilly the Lash: The Garden Gathering. Simultaneously, Woik reports a retired 35-year executive of Paramount Pictures is working with animators in Hollywood to develop a Lilly the Lash educational program.Upcoming showsAmerican Craft Endeavors also will be hosting the following upcoming festivals on Floridas west coast: 35th annual Siesta Fiesta, April 13-14, in Sarasota 10th annual Downtown Sarasota Craft Fair, May 18-19, in Sarasota 20th annual St. Pete Beach Corey Area Art & Craft Festival, June 1-2, in St. Pete Beach 12th annual St. Armands Circle Craft Festival, June 8-9, in Sarasota 21st annual Downtown Venice Craft Festival, June 1516, in Venice 11th annual Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival, June 2223, in Dunedin The Madeira Beach Craft Festival, July 6-7, in Madeira Beach For information, visit www.art festival.com. Beach; and the Siesta Fiesta Craft Festival in Sarasota. The groups founders personally select unique, culture-rich cities for their show locations providing a complete outdoor experience unmatched by other festivals. All crafters are hand-selected from hundreds of applicants in order to ensure a superior event featuring diverse art media and the highest quality of original handmade crafts. In addition to original crafts handmade in America, the festival boasts 150 crafters from 30 different states, unique and affordable gift items and prices set to suit all budgets ranging from as little at $3 to $3,000. Crafts come in a vast array of artistic media, such as folk art, pottery, handmade jewelry, paintings, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, 3-D acrylic paintings, basket weaving, beaded utensils, candles, ceramics, cork assemblage, fabric design, fiber quilts, fused wax and glass, hair accessories, handmade cards, leather, mosaic/wood, painted wood, plaster craft and stained glass. There also will be a green market featuring exotic plants, gourmet dips and spices. The festival serves to support the arts, promote the Corey Avenue Merchants Association and boost the local economy. A portion of the proceeds will directly benefit the St. Pete Beach Corey Area Merchants.Participating craftersFollowing is a list of crafters expected to participate in this years festival: Chris and Nancy Adamo Jewelry Steve Archbold Wood names Barbara Bailey Fan blade covers Gissell and William Barbour Jewelry, ear cuffsClearwater High presents Leading Ladies to raise funds for the arts By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Clearwater High School Theater Arts presents Leading Ladies, Thursday through Saturday, April 4 to 6, 7 p.m., in the auditorium, 540 S. Hercules Ave. The production raises funds for the theater arts program and the Drama Club. Leading Ladies is a comedy written by playwright Ken Ludwig, who also penned Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo. The play centers on two English Shakespearean actors, Jack and Leo, who find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing Scenes from Shakespeare on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania, according to a play synopsis on Ludwigs website. When Jack and Leo hear that an old lady in York, Pa., is about to die and leave her fortune to her two long lost English nephews, they resolve to pass themselves off as her beloved relatives and get the cash. The trouble is, when they get to York, they find out that the relatives arent nephews, but nieces. Romantic entanglements abound, especially when Leo falls headover-petticoat in love with the old ladys vivacious niece, Meg, whos engaged to the local minister. Meg knows that theres a wide world out there, but its not until she meets Maxine and Stephanie that she finally gets a taste of it. Leading Ladies, directed by Ludwig, premiered at the Alley Theatre in October 2004.Student stars and support teamClearwater Highs show stars students Emma Barrow, Marge Bello, David DeSantis, Krenar Ndreu, Charlie Rowell, Judy Silverman and Josh Whedon. Teacher Joy Roche is director and producer; Kelsey Timpone is stage manager; Austin Zimmerman is technical director, and Niko Lyons is in charge of lighting. Costume designer Cheryl Abernathy is assisted by a group of Drama-Mamas, who along with the students sew all the costumes, according to parent Jodi Silverman. The students under the direction of Super-Dads Jon Silverman, Ryan Thompson and Doug Barrow, make all the backdrops, props and other set needs. About 85 students are members of Clearwater Highs Drama Club and all are given the ability to participate, according to publicity about the show sent out by Silverman. Leading Ladies is the last student production for the year. The group put on Legally Blonde in November 2012. Out of the 19 high schools in Pinellas County, CHS was selected to perform their student-directed One-Act play at the State competition.Tickets sales keep arts aliveTickets are $10 each and available at the door beginning at 7 p.m. Concessions are available before the performance and during intermission. Soft drinks and candy, along with freshly popped Orvilles Best Popcorn, are available for $1 each. All proceeds go toward student scholarships. Merit-based and needbased scholarships are awarded annually, which ensures that every student has the opportunity to participate in drama events. For less than the cost of an average movie ticket, and for far less than youd spend on movie theater concessions, you get an evening of great entertainment and the opportunity to help aspiring young performers, Silverman writes in information about the show. She also explains that students, parents and volunteers produce the show, and expenses must be paid from ticket sales. Only two things are provided by the school: the teacher and the auditorium thats it, Silverman said. All funding for royalties, wood, paint, hardware, costumes, wigs, make-up, lighting, the printing of programs and flyers, basically everything else comes from ticket sales, a few generous sponsors, and year-round fundraising events run by parents and students together. The CHS Drama Booster Club, aka Masque & Gavel Inc., is 100 percent nonprofit and 100 percent volunteer operated. Every penny raised goes to help students. In fact, not once has a student been unable to participate, or even compete at State (competition), as CHS Drama is doing next week, due to a lack of funds, according to Silverman. The show must go on! And it does, every year, through countless hours of hard work and dedication from the teacher, Mrs. Joy Roche, the Drama students, and a large group of parents, relatives, and friends. For more information, call 298-1620. CRAFTS, from page 1B

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[(HF;DJHO)1(.;<79?D=)1(.;F7?HI)]TJ 1.886 -1.071 Td [( EEHI)1()EB:?D=I)1(;J9r)]TJ -2.913 -1.071 Td [()1(OHIr)1(?D)1(,?D;BB7Ir)1(bfr )(,#!".\035,*(.,3 .EJJ;:)1(MEE:)1(H;FB79;:)1(:EEHI :HOM7BB)1(CEB:?D=)1(H;F7?HI "?D?I>)1(HF;DJ;Hr)1(/;HL?D=)1(,?D;BB7I )1(O;7HIr)1((?9fr)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ 3.413 -1.071 Td [(bfr FD9BHFM1,."'('),(#4.#)()Tj /T1_1 1 Tf -0.073 -1.071 Td [(0;HC?J;)1(:7C7=;:HOM7BB)1(J;NJKH;)]TJ 1.054 -1.071 Td [(CEL;)1(M7BBI)1(?DJ;H?EH)1(H;CE:;Br)]TJ 1.316 -1.103 Td [(n)1(O;7HI)1(;NF;H?;D9;r)]TJ -1.483 -1.071 Td [((?9r)1(fr)1(bfr FD9BHFM.F=A FD9H\035@95B=B;&.#\035,*.\035&(#(! )1(3>EB;)1($EKI;)1( ;;F)1(B;7D .;IJH?9J?EDI)1(FFBOr)1(*E)1($?::;D >7H=;I)1(BB)1(bfr #.!!*)-578((!*)-578(+*!,0/)]TJ T* [((;M?I)-137("EHC;HBO)-137(E<)-137(#H;;D)-137(B;7Dr)-137()]TJ T* [(7HF;J)-137(0?B;)-137()-137(#HEKJ)-137(B;7D?D=r)-137()]TJ T* [(BB)1(0E:7O)1(bf �#(!,))'n\036#(#(!,))' )1($7BBM7O)1(r)1(BIE)1("KHD?JKH;)]TJ 0.583 -1.071 Td [(B;7D?D=r)1(HF;J)1(/JH;J9>?D=)]TJ 0.945 -1.071 Td [($Hr)1(bf)]TJ 1.775 -1.071 Td [(bfr FD9H\035@95B=B;,))'-\003n\03699D\035@95B=B;)]TJ 1.121 -1.071 Td [((EMf)E?IJKH;)1();J>E:)1("7IJ)]TJ -1.082 -1.071 Td [( HO?D=r)1(0?B;)1(7D:)1(#HEKJ)1(B;7D?D=r)]TJ 0.611 -1.071 Td [(+D)1(0>;)1(/FEJr)1(bfr FD9H,9D5=F,*.,*#,-\0343.)'+L;H)1(f5;7HI)1(!NFr)1(?D)1(,?D;BB7Ir %DIJ7BB7J?ED)1(L7?B78B;r)1("H;;)1(!IJr bf)1(bf FD9H-5@9GP+/&#.3\035,*.Q .;F7?HI)1(.;fIJH;J9>;Ir)1(3EE:)]TJ -0.165 -1.071 Td [((7C?D7J;)1(HF;J)1(0?B;r)1(/7B;I)]TJ -0.389 -1.071 Td [(/;HL?9;r)1(H;:?Jf97H:I)1(799;FJ;:r)]TJ 2.052 -1.071 Td [(f5;7HI)1(!NF;H?;D9;r)]TJ 1.5 -1.071 Td [(bfr ,*.\035&(#(! #0#-#)(n\006f =@=B;G)/-.#&/*!,-n .;F7?HI)1(37J;H)1( 7C7=;r)1(!IJr)]TJ -0.001 -1.071 Td [(r)1(,HECFJ)1()1(,HE<;II?ED7Br .;<;H;D9;Ir)1(/O:EM)1(;?B?D=I)]TJ 2.971 -1.071 Td [(bfr fnt\004tnt rttbt\tO*CD7CFB,9ACJ5@OF57?98\0359=@=B;GO*@5GH9FrFMK5@@,9D5=FO15H9F\0365A5;9,9D5=FO)IH8CCF\0359=@=B;Gr\005rn\tf rf\006\021tb\023fr\013 =B5B7=B;(?9r)1(.fED:;:)]TJ 2.436 -1.224 Td [(%DIKH;:)1("H;;)1(!IJrfrnftb\001 F5A=7.=@9CK9G\037LD9FH\0359F5A=7.=@93!)1(0%(!)1(!2!.50$%*# ?I9EKDJI)1(7L7?B78B;)1(DEM)1(ED 87J>)1(A?J9>;D)1(H;CE:;B?D= "H;;)1(!IJ?C7J;Ir)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ -0.666 -1.071 Td [((?9fr)1(bf ;H7C?9)1((?<;f/JOB;)1(%D9r "/-(\005# .'\000 (EM)1((EM)1(,H?9;I)1(.;F7?HI)1(*;M)]TJ 0.943 -1.071 Td [(%DIJ7BB7J?EDIr)1(r)1(3$5)]TJ -0.998 -1.103 Td [(3%0bfr)1(2?I7) F5A=7.=@9(T-\035/-.)'.#&n#B7f)Tj /T1_1 1 Tf 0.423 -1.039 Td [(/F;9?7B?P?D=)1(?D)1(.;CE:;B?D=)]TJ -0.387 -1.071 Td [(J>fJEf/>EM;H)1(EDL;HI?EDI)]TJ -0.557 -1.071 Td [("BEEHI)1('?J9>;DI)1(9AIFB7I>;I)]TJ -0.246 -1.071 Td [(.;F7?HIr)1(fr)1(bfr*=B9@@5G*5G7C.=@9'5F6@9)1(5;7HI)1(!NF;H?;D9;)1(%CF;9978B;)]TJ T* [(3EHAC7DI>?F)1("BEEHI'?J9>;DI)]TJ T* [(J>HEECIr)1(.;<;H;D9;I)1(L7?B78B;r "H;;)1(!IJ?C7J;Ir)1((?9)1(f %DIKH;:r)1(E8)1(bf @95B=B;\005$5B=HCF=5@ ,\037-.#'.-f %<)1((!*%I)1(3>7J)1(5EK)1(37DJ)]TJ 0.777 -1.071 Td [((!*)1(%I)1(3>7J)1(5EK)1(#;J 3>;D)1(5EK)1(BB)1(#;EH=;JJ;r)]TJ 2.415 -1.071 Td [(bfr ),&n)Tj 6.9 0 0 6.9 688.6354 381.8684 Tm ( ,\037GH=A5H9Gf/KF;H?EH)1(B;7D?D=r)]TJ -3.523 -1.071 Td [(.;I?:;DJ?7B)1(7FFO)-137(M9ECF7D?;I)-137(J>7J)-137(IJ7HJ)]TJ T* [(EKJ)-137(=H;7J)-137(J>;D)-137(BEI;)-137(J>;?H)-137(9B;7D?D=)]TJ T* [(JEK9>)1(BB)1(0;HH?)1()1(bfr !1.+,!*)-137((!*%*#)-137(( 5r)]TJ 0 -1.071 TD [(!NF;H?;D9;:)-137(:;F;D:78B;)-137(=H;7J)]TJ T* [(GK7B?JO)-137(EHEK=>)1(0HKIJMEHJ>O)1(.;B?78B;)]TJ 4.327 -1.071 Td [(7D:)1(%DIKH;:r)]TJ -2.083 -1.071 Td [(!N9;BB;DJ)1(.;<;H;D9;Ir)]TJ 8 0 0 8 783.8159 469.0542 Tm [(bf KKKfA9@=GG5?@95BGf7CA*)&#-")'( #H;7J)1(B;7D?D=)1(#H;7J)1(,H?9;)]TJ -0.529 -1.071 Td [(!N9;BB;DJ)1(.;<;H;D9;Ir)1(1HIPKB7)1()]TJ 3.415 -1.071 Td [(bfr /$!((5Q/)-137($+1/!)-137((!*%*#)]TJ T* [(+D)-137()-137(0>;)-137()-137(;79>r)-137()-137(!NF;H?;D9;:)]TJ T* [(,HE<;II?ED7Br)-137(7BB)-137("EH)-137(/F;97?BI)]TJ T* [(bfr CADIH9F-9FJ=79G',%\0370(-\035)'*/.,-0>;)1(7J)1(BE97B)1(%0)]TJ 0.139 -1.071 Td [(:;F7HJC;DJI)1(7D:)1(EJ>;H)1(ECFKJ;H)]TJ 1.108 -1.071 Td [(I>EFI)1(=E)1(JE)1(M>;D)1(J>;O)1(D;;:)]TJ -1.083 -1.071 Td [(7II?IJ7D9;r)1(O;7HI)1(?D)1(8KI?D;II)]TJ 1.208 -1.071 Td [(n)1(9ECFKJ;HI)1(?D)1(IJE9A)1(7D:)]TJ 0.208 -1.071 Td [(J>EKI7D:I)1(E<)1(>7FFO)1(H;F;7J)]TJ 0.002 -1.071 Td [(9KIJEC;HIr)1(3;)1(E<<;H)1(7)1(H7H;)]TJ -0.446 -1.071 Td [(9EC8?D7J?ED)1(E<)1(ECF;J;D9;)]TJ -0.277 -1.071 Td [(0HKIJ)1(27BK;)1(7D:)1("7IJ)1(I;HL?9;r)]TJ -0.721 -1.071 Td [(BB)1(EF)1(EH)1(+DI?J;)1(/;HL?9;)]TJ 7.5 0 0 7.5 784.363 242.1674 Tm ( r*E)1(FHE8B;C)1(M;)1(97DJ)1()1(FHEEKHIr)]TJ 0.498 -1.071 Td [(;)1(OEKH)1(EMD)1(8EII F95GBCKJ5=@56@9 t)1(/;C?DEB;)1(f)1((7H=E)1(f)1(';DD;J>)1(?JO t)1(/Jr)1(,;J;HI8KH=)1(f)1(0?;HH7)1(2;H:; t)1()7:;?H7)1(>r)1(f)1(%D:?7D)1(.AIr)1(>r t)1(B;7HM7J;H)1(f)1(,7BC)1($7H8EH)1(f)]TJ 2.884 -1.071 Td [(07HFED)1(/FH?D=I )KIJ)1(8;)1(7J)1(B;7IJ)1()]TJ -0.473 -1.071 Td [(27B?:)1(:H?L;HI)1(B?9;DI;r)]TJ 0.222 -1.071 Td [(.;B?78B;)1(L;>?9B;)1(7D:)]TJ 1.333 -1.071 Td [(97H)1(?DIKH7D9;r H5AD565Mf7CAr8=GHF=6IHCF)Tj /T1_1 1 Tf 2.451 -1.071 Td [(fffr r".#(!\005-,0#\ .'*\034n\036 .;I?:;DJ?7B)1(/7B;I)1()1(/;HL?9; )1(+<<)1("EH)1();DJ?ED?D=)1(0>?I)1(: &&.)\006 &#f "&T-\033r-,0##(f .;B?78B;)1(/7C;f 7O)1(/;HL?9; +D)1(BB)1(H7D:Ir)1("H;;)1(!IJr)1(+D .;FB79;C;DJr)1(bfr )]TJ /TT0 1 Tf 6.273 0 Td (KKKf<5@9G57f7CA -'\036-,0# )1(/;HL?9;)1(*E)1(+L;HJ?C;)]TJ -0.112 -1.071 Td [(>7H=;Ir)1(".!!)1(!IJ?C7J;I)]TJ 0.804 -1.071 Td [(".!!)1(/;9ED:)1(+F?D?EDr)]TJ 1.889 -1.071 Td [(bf (?9;DI;:%DIKH;:r)1( /;D?EH)1()1()?B?J7HO)1( ?I9EKDJIr ntb\t1\034.)Tj -3.723 -1.071 Td (")'(.,*,#5;7HIr)1()7:;)1(?D)1(EKH)1(I>EFr)]TJ 0.442 -1.071 Td [(.;<79;)1(.;F7?DJ)1(.;FB79;r)]TJ /TT0 1 Tf -1.011 -1.103 Td (n\006 (?9r)]TJ /TT0 1 Tf -4.171 -1.103 Td (KKKf7CA9H756=B9HG=B7f7CA r3FGf =B=G<\0355FD9BH9F /F;9?7B?P?D=)1(?DHEMD)1()EB:?D=)]TJ 0.806 -1.071 Td [(E<<;H;:)1(;?B?D=I)1()7DJB;I)]TJ 0.415 -1.071 Td [(37?DI9EJ?D=)1(;7:8E7H:)]TJ -0.833 -1.071 Td [(EBKCDI)1( EEHM7OI)1('?J9>;D)]TJ -0.553 -1.071 Td [(8?D;JHOr)1( EEH)1(.;FB79;C;DJIr 2?D9;)1()7DJ;=D7)1((?9)]TJ 1.196 -1.071 Td [(%DIKH;:r)1(bfMMMr.+3*7D:0.%)8O 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Sunday All Day and Night $2 Drinks 9PM to Close College Night Beer Pong DARTS GYROS RIBS DARTS WINGS FOOSBALL WINGS DECK & PATIO BAR DECK & PATIO BAR WINGS FOOSBALL 7924 ULMERTON RD., LARGO 727-538-8915 Thursday, April 4th 6-10pmTRIBUTE to Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson & Patsy ClineFridaysJelvis 6-10pmSaturday, April 6thDJ Monty 8pm-2am 2 for 1s All Day!www.louiesgrillandbarlargo.com Grill & Sports BarServing Pinellas for 28 Years! FISH FRY FRIDAYS! 040413 Annual festival showcases crawdads, zydeco and Cajun cuisine By LEE CLARK ZUMPEPINELLAS PARK Crawfish, crawdads, crayfish no matter what theyre called, the Cajun comfort food is in season and a celebration is required. The 16th annual Crawfish Festival will run Friday through Sunday, April 5-7, at Cajun Caf on the Bayou, 8101 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Admission at the gate for adults is $15 on Friday, $20 on Saturday and $20 on Sunday. Admission at the gate for children ages 3 to 14 is $3 each day. Children 2 and younger will be admitted for free with a paying adult. Advance tickets are $10 for Friday, $20 for Saturday and $20 for Sunday. A three-day pass also will be available for $25 in advance or $30 at the gate. For advance tickets, visit Etix.com. As usual, the highlight of the festival will be those tasty freshwater crustaceans that look like miniature lobsters. The crawfish will be served up in authentic Cajun and Louisiana style. When in season, Cajun Caf offers boiled crawfish as a dine-in special, available only as long as the supply lasts. The generous helping is served piping hot with corn on the cob, potatoes, onions and bay leaves. Since it doesnt seem right to partake in this uniquely Cajun experience without musical accompaniment, organizers also have lined up fitting entertainment in the form of zydeco music and dancing. The festival also will feature plenty of authentic Cajun food, fine craft ales and an art exhibit.Cajun comfort foodCrawfish are plentiful in the swamps and marshes of south Louisiana and are considered a Cajun comfort food. According to the website of the Louisiana Crawfish Promotion and Research Board, in addition to wild-caught crawfish particularly from the Atchafalya Basin there are thousands of acres of crawfish ponds managed by farmers in the lower Gulf Coast regions that provide a consistent and readily available supply of fresh crawfish. Most crawfish are harvested between December and June, but March, April and May are the peak months when Louisiana supplies are greatest and quality is best. The board reports that the combined annual yield ranges from 120 million to 150 million pounds of crawfish, with the total economic contribution to the Louisiana economy exceeding $300 million annually. It is estimated that more than 7,000 people depend directly or indirectly on the crawfish industry in Louisiana. Crawfish are an excellent source of high-quality protein. They are low in calories, fat and saturated fat. According to the Louisiana Crawfish Promotion and Research Board, crawfish also are a good source of vitamin B12, niacin, iron, copper and selenium. Zydeco band lineupZydeco evolved in the bayou country of Louisiana in the 19th century, derived from Creole musical traditions. It combines tunes of French origin with elements of Caribbean music, blues and roots music. Some of todays zydeco artists embrace modern genre components, as well, such as soul, reggae, hiphop and ska. Scheduled to perform at this years Crawfish Festival are Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble, John Wilson & the Zydeco Houserockers, J.B.s ZydecoZoo and Ramblegrass. This years tentative festival schedule is as follows: Friday, April 5 Gates open 5 p.m. Ramblegrass 5 to 7 p.m. J.B.s ZydecoZoo 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, April 6 Gates open 1 p.m. Ramblegrass Band 1 to 2:30 p.m. J.B.s ZydecoZoo 2:30 to 4 p.m. John Wilson & the Zydeco House Rockers 4 to 7 p.m. Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trobule 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday, April 7 Gates open 1 p.m. John Wilson & the Zydeco House Rockers 1 to 4 p.m. Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble 4 to 8 p.m.Exhibiting artistSusie Gyarmathy will dsplay some of her work at Cajun Caf on the Bayou during the upcoming Crawfish Festival. Gyarmathy was born and raised in Pinellas County and her paintings depict local wildlife and beach scenes particularly those images she remembers from her childhood. A mixed media artist, Gyarmathy is currently concentrating on acrylic painting. She has no formal art training, but she has always been involved in some sort of creative process. I began painting in 2010, with a mural on my grandbabys playroom wall, followed by a canvas painting that my oldest daughter had requested, Gyarmathy says in her artist bio on her website. Once I picked up the brush, I didnt want to put it down. In 2011, I participated in three small art festivals, one of which was a juried fine art festival. For more information, visit www.sandy toeswarmheart.com.Festival informationThe festival grounds are located outside Cajun Caf on the Bayou, 8101 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Parking is free and parking attendants will direct attendee to a parking space. Cajun Caf on the Bayou prohibits bringing the following items to festival grounds: Alcohol of any kind Glass containers Coolers (large or small) Animals (service animals with documents will be allowed) Knives or weapons of any kind Additionally, no beverages may be brought into or out of the festival gates. For more information, visit www.cajun cafeonthebayou.com. Merritt, Dinnerstein to perform as part of Club Jaeb seriesTAMPA As part of the 2012-13 Club Jaeb series, Tift Merritt and Simone Dinnerstein will perform Saturday, April 6, 7:30 p.m., in Ferguson Hall, at the David A Straz Jr. Center, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $28.50. Call 813-229-7827 or visit www.straz center.org. Pianist Simone Dinnerstein and singer-songwriter Tift Merritt joined forces to record the recently released CD Night, a unique collaboration uniting folk, rock and classical worlds and exploring common terrain while uncovering new musical landscapes. Dinnerstein a Juilliard-trained classical pianist from Brooklyn and Merritt a singer-songwriter from North Carolina whose father taught her to play by ear could not come from more different musical backgrounds. Still, when the two met they immediately realized that their passion for music was kindred, if not the same. While it may seem an odd pairing at first, this Grammy Award-nominated alt-country darling and a pianist known for her interpretations of Bach, Beethoven and Shubert found common musical ground. Merritt has always resisted easy classifications, as comfortable in Nashvilles Ryman Auditorium as in Paris, where she lived for a while. According to her publicist Sacks and Co., she currently lives in New York City with her husband and longtime collaborator Zeke Hutchins. She released her debut album, Bramble Rose, in 2002 and she has since released three full-length albums and two live records. Merritt has toured throughout the United States and Europe, performing with artists including Iron & Wine, Elvis Costello and Emmylou Harris. Merritts 2004 release Tambourine was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Album as well as three Americana Music Awards. Dinnerstein initially gained an international following based upon of 2007 lists including those of The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The New Yorker. According to Christina Jensen PR, Dinnerstein has released three solo efforts since then, including The Berlin Concert (Telarc), Bach: A Strange Beauty (Sony) and Something Almost Being Said (Sony). Like her debut, these releases also have topped the classical charts, with Bach: A Strange Beauty making the Billboard Top 200, which compiles the entire music industrys sales of albums in all genres. Dinnerstein was the bestselling instrumentalist of 2011 on the U.S. Billboard Classical Chart and was included in NPRs 2011 100 Favorite Songs from all genres. Dinnerstein is a graduate of The Juilliard School where she was a student of Peter Serkin. She was a winner of the Astral Artist National Auditions, and has received the National Museum of Women in the Arts Award and the Classical Recording Foundation Award. She also studied with Solomon Mikowsky at the Manhattan School of Music and in London with Maria Curcio. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son. The two artists combine their talents on Night. Night presents a distinctive musical partnership uniting diverse genres such as classical, folk, and rock. A pioneering effort, their artistic exploration has led to a new melodic milieu. Night features original songs by Brad Mehldau and Patty Griffin, Merritts own songs, selections by Bach and Schubert, and The Cohen Variations by Daniel Felsenfeld, based on Leonard Cohens Suzanne. Now celebrating its eighth season, Club Jaeb features folk, Americana, alternative, country and other handpicked music that matters, according to the Straz Center website. The Club Jaeb Series is presented by Merchants Association of Florida Inc. the remarkable success of her recording of Bachs Goldberg Variations. The New York based pianist raised the funds to record the CD which was released in 2007 on Telarc. It ranked No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Classical Chart in its first week of sales and was named to many Best Photo courtesy of THE STRAZ CENTERSimone Dinnerstein, left, and Tift Merritt perform April 6 at Tampas Straz Center.