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Photos by JIM LAYFIELDAt right, Keira, a 2-year-old Maltese, obeys the commands of Lori Bond of Clearwater in the dog tricks contest at the seventh annual Pawfest event hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Largo/Mid-Pinellas at Largo Central Park April 6. Keira took second place while Jeffery, a hairless Chinese crested dog owned by Don Hoover of Largo, won first. Above, Chase, 2 months, held by his mother Melissa Vangeloff of St. Petersburg, gets a kiss from Harry, a pit bull mixed breed who was up for adoption from Rugaz Rescue Inc. Vangeloff is fostering Harry. Crowds flock to Pawfest Largo partners with bird rescueCity offers permanent home for new nonprofit at McGough park By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO Suncoast Bird Rescue, a brand new nonprofit organization filling the void left by the financially distressed Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, has partnered with the city of Largo to establish permanent operations at McGough Nature Park. The exact details of the future facility are yet to be finalized. But Largo commissioners gave their full support of the new organization at their April 9 workshop. This is an exciting project, Mayor Pat Gerard said. Were looking forward to seeing how it develops. Theres obviously a lot of work to do. Suncoast Bird Rescue gained status as a state-recognized nonprofit, enabling them to accept donations from the public, just this week. The organization has only been in operation for about two months, after the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary announced they would no longer be rescuing birds. Robin Vergara had been working as the sanctuarys fundraising and volunteer coordinator until about a year ago. Once I saw that things werent quite running the way they should down there, I left the organization and started thinking about creating a new rescue organization that was transparent and accountable, he explained. He said he didnt expect the sanctuary Largo Elks elect new officersThe Largo Elks, based at 810 16th Ave. SE., elected new officers for the 2013-2014 year March 30. . P a g e 3 A LARGO POLICE BEATMurderer files last minute appealsOn April 2, the Florida Supreme Court denied the latest appeal of a man who has spent more than 32 years on death row. He has since filed another appeal with the United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to information from the Forgiveness Foundation. Larry Eugene Mann, 59, was found guilty March 19, 1981 of kidnapping and murdering a 10-year-old Palm Harbor girl. . P a g e 6 A BUSINESSSeveral Largo businesses openAmong the Largo companies celebrating the opening of business are Country Day School, Peace Wealth Management, Fiduciary Funding, Marcottes Architectural Salvage & Repurposed Furniture and a relationship coaching practice. . P a g e 8 A OUTDOORSLargo hosts Earth Day eventsThe city of Largo will host several events to celebrate Earth Day 2013 and foster environmental responsibility this month, including Spring Ecofest and Arbor Day Celebration at McGough Nature Park and Shredfest April 20. . P a g e 1 5 A County works on health plan Pinellas survey identies health issues that need improvement ... Page 9A. Tab Benoit, Jonny Lang and Dickey Betts & Great Southern to perform ... Page 1B.The Tampa Bay Blues Festival draws top headliners April 12-14 Volume XXXV,No. 38 April 11, 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 727-3 9 3 -6100 drgreghollstrom.com032113 12046 Indian Rocks Road, Largo 727-595-1222 www.VONailsAndSpa.comFACIALS SPA THERAPY WAXING NAILS AND MORE Not available with other offers. 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The pelican swallowed a fishing hook and line but was rescued, rehabilitated overnight and released the next day. By SUZETTE PORTERTAMPA Joshua and Sharyn Hakken were booked into the Orient Road Jail about 4:20 a.m. on April 10 nearly a week after they kidnapped their two sons from their grandmothers house in Tampa. CNN reported April 9 that a reporter had spotted a family local authorities and the FBI had been searching for since April 3 at a marina in Havana Cuba. Later that night, the Associated Press revealed that a Foreign Ministry official had released a statement saying that Cuba was turning over the Hakken family to the U.S. By morning, the family was back on U.S. soil. The parents were arrested by the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, and the boys returned to their grandmother. Joshua, 35, was charged with burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery, false imprisonment, grand theft motor vehicle, two counts of child neglect, two counts of interference with custody and two counts of felony kidnapping. Bond was set at $154,000. Sharyn, 34, was charged with two counts of felony kidnapping, burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery, two counts of child neglect and two counts of interference with custody. No bond was set. See HAKKENS, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO After extensive questioning of the proposals, Largo commissioners agreed to a mediated resolution between two companies competing for the task of replacing 30-year-old field lights at both Southwest and Belcher recreation complexes April 9. The Largo Commission convened for a special meeting to address the issue so that the lights can be replaced within the limited window of time that the projects must be completed, explained City Attorney Alan Zimmit. Specifically, there is a safety concern with the lights at the Southwest softball field. The city originally put the project out to bid last year. Staff received the most recent responses to the citys request for proposal, or RFP, on March 5 from Riley Electric Company, based in Largo, and Himes Electric, based in Lutz. However, shortly before the commission meeting on March 19, there was a protest filed in regard to award for the Belcher soccer fields lights, Zimmit said. When legal got involved, we determined there were issues as related to both proposals on both RFPs, leading to concern that both Riley Electric could contest legally the award of either one of the bids to Himes and vice versa, he explained. Whomever we sided with the city could potentially get sued by the other. The bid award for the Belcher field lights was continued, but commissioners also questioned staffs recommendation on the Southwest lighting. Specifically, there was an issue about the warranty. Representatives from subcontractor and lighting system manufacturer Hubbell, proposing with Riley Electric, argued that they offered a more extensive 25-year warranty. City staff said they did not receive proper documentation for that warranty and thus recommended the proposal of the opposing subcontractor, Musco Lighting, which met the citys minimum 15-year warranty requirements. Zimmit arranged a meeting with staff, Riley Electric and Himes Electric to work out a deal. Both electric companies signed an agreement not to sue the city in exchange for the city awarding each a lighting project. Riley Electric would win the bid for the project at Southwest complex, giving the Belcher complex project to Himes Electric. The commission was unanimous in its approval of See BIRD RESCUE, page 4A See LIGHTING, page 4AThis is a huge problem thats not going to get solved by the creation of one organization.Robin Vergara Director of the new Suncoast Bird Rescue Larry Mann Features Business . . . . . . . . . . .8A Classieds . . . . . . . . .4-7B Community . . . . . . . . . .4A County . . . . . . . . . . .5-7A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-3, 8B Faith & family . . . . . . .12, 14A Health . . . . . . . . . . . .9A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Largo . . . . . . . . . . .2-3A Military . . . . . . . . . . .10A Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .15A Pet connection . . . . . . . .11A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .6A Sports . . . . . . . . . .16-17A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .13A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising VIEWPOINTSBob Driver Vision and passion overused buzzwords, columnist says. P a g e 1 3 A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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FREEPARKING Tons of DealsFacebook/66streetfleamarketCorner Hut Pub -Free Games Everyday Storefronts on 66th Street available FOR RENT!20,000 sq. ft. Indoor Market Rain or Shine!Weekly Auctions Saturday Nights @ 5:00pm 031413 030713 041113 13932 Walsingham Rd. (Next to CVS)Largo 727-596-5141BEST HOT PRESSED CUBAN IN TOWNServing Breakfast Soon!041113Havana Harrys Cafe & Market Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials with a Cuban Flair! 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 Public Library, at 120 Central Park Drive, and the historic Largo Feed Store, at 295 Central Park Drive. For information about special events, call 5876740, ext. 5014 or visit LargoEvents.comCity 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. Food will be provided at all three different dates and times, in order to accommodate busy schedules. A continental breakfast will be provided at the 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. 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.Movies in the ParkLARGO The city of Largo will show the movie Brave on an outdoor big screen at dusk on April 19 in Largo Central Park. The event is free. Themed activities for the movie will start at 7 p.m. Onsite parking and concessions will be available. No alcohol permitted. Other scheduled movie events include Here Comes the Boom on April 26, Wreck it Ralph on May 3 and Mirror, Mirror on May 10. A campfire will be available during the April dates only.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.Highland Recreation ComplexHighland Recreation Complex is at 400 Highland Ave. Visit HighlandRecreation.com or call 518-3016. During construction, the complex is accessible from Lake Avenue.Tiny Tot Story TimeLARGO Children ages 5 and younger are invited to dress to the theme for a morning of fun on second Fridays, 10:15 to 11 a.m., at Highland Recreation Center. Hear a story, make a craft and enjoy a snack. Preregistration two weeks prior is required. The cost is $5 for residents or $6.25 for nonresidents.Lego FriendsLARGO Lego Friends, for ages 5 and older, meet to build new projects on third Saturdays, 11 a.m. to noon, at Highland Recreation Complex. Meet new friends while exploring the land of Legos. Tickets are, with a recreation card, $5 for residents and $6.25 for nonresidents or $9.25 without a card.Complex looking for instructorsLARGO The Largos Recreation, Parks and Arts Department is seeking enthusiastic instructors for fitness, preschool and school age classes at the new Highland Recreation Complex. Interested instructors should contact Mandy Petersen or Christina Heubel at 518-3016.Southwest Recreation ComplexSouthwest Recreation Complex, which includes an aquatic complex, is at 13120 Vonn Road. Call 518-3125 for recreation or 518-3126 for the pool. Visit PlayLargo.com.Program preps teens for lifeguardingLARGO The city of Largos Aquatics Division will be offering a Future Rescuers program designed to train and develop teenage aquatic leaders on Saturdays, April 13, 20 and 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Southwest pool. The Future Rescuers program will teach students American Red Cross CPR and Basic Water Rescue. Those who successfully complete the program and receive certification have an opportunity to interview for a volunteer position at either Highland Family Aquatics Center or Southwest Pool. Responsibilities of that position will include, assisting in summer camp swim testing, surveying blind spots for lifeguards, fitting life jackets, slide queuing, assisting with community aquatic events and assisting with swimming lessons. The Future Rescuers class is for ages 11 to 15. All participants must have a Largo recreation card prior to registering. Students must attend all sessions in order to receive certification. Cost is $75 for residents and $93.75 for nonresidents. For more information, visit LargoPools.com or call 518-3126. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Pictured are, front row, from left, Leading Knight Bob Dye, Esquire Jan Rogers, Exalted Ruler Debbie Farris, Inner Guard Lee Acosta, Trustee Aurora Griesler and Treasurer Joan Messore; back row, Trustee Bob Beach, Chaplain Jim Hamilton, Lecturing Knight Charlie Ringo, Loyal Knight Tom Whitlow and Secretary Jake Jacobs. The Largo Elks Lodge is at 810 16th Ave. SE., Largo.New Elk officersCity offers several fullday summer camps LARGO Largo Recreation will offer seven full-day summer camps this year, open weekdays between 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with optional after-care hours until 6 p.m. for an additional fee. Summer camp options include Camp Funshine at Mildred Helms Elementary, Rec and Read Camp at the Largo Public Library and Naturemania at McGough Nature Park. Kids City Jr. and Kids City camps will be held at Southwest Recreation Complex for ages 5 to 14. The new Highland Recreation Complex will host Cool Kids and Cool Kids II. A middle school camp will be held at Bayhead Complex. All full day camps include themed activities, swimming, field trips, arts and crafts, sports and special guests. Parents can register their children for one week or the entire summer. In addition to after-care hours, camps at Highland and Southwest centers will offer care between 7 and 7:30 a.m. for an additional fee. Download a copy of Largos summer camp guide at LargoCamps.com or pick up a Play Magazine at all Largo recreation facilities, Largo City Hall or Largo Public Library. The website includes information about camp scholarships, before and after-care programs and weekly fees. For more information, call 518-3125 or 518-3131.Pioneers picnic setLARGO The Pinellas Pioneers Associations 50th annual picnic will be held at Eagle Lake Park, 1800 Keene Road, Saturday, April 13. People who are planning to attend should bring their own food, beverage, table service and a folding chair or two to Shelter 3. The picnic begins at noon. From 10 a.m. until the picnic ends, attendees will meet many of the countys pioneers as well as many of our areas politically inspired movers and shakers. Pinellas County celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012. Before the construction of Eagle Lake Park, the picnics were held at the Largo Fairgrounds by a group headed by J.B. Starkey and were later moved to Philippe Park. Many pioneer families continue to participate, but membership and attendance are free and open to all interested in the history of Pinellas County. The association invites people to display historical photographs, documents and fundraising sale items for their historical organizations, along with other items of local historical interest from your area of the county. For more information, call association President Bob Delack at 441-1338 or Bill Wallace at 446-2676.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 Around towncontest 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 fully-edits segments. For full contest details and information about the Community Values survey and workshops, please visit Largo.com/values.Water exercise classes offered LARGO The city of Largos Aquatics Division announces a partnership with the Imperial Palms Apartments for use of their heated swimming pool to offer water exercise classes. The Imperial Palms is at 101 Imperial Palm Drive, off Keene Road just south of East Bay. The Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program is taught by certified instructors and is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. to noon. There is a stair entry into the pool, and the water temperature is a minimum of 84 degrees. Aqua Fit and Trim classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 11 to noon, beginning April 2. The class is conducted in waistto chest-deep water and focuses on cardio and large muscle groups with special equipment. Classes are open to Imperial Palms residents and the public. The public must register in advance at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. For more information, call 5183126 or visit LargoPools.comFirst Friday in LargoLARGO Enjoy live entertainment, food trucks, vendors and street performers on First Fridays, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at the corner of Clearwater-Largo Road and First Avenue Southwest in Largo. The event is sponsored by OShys Tap House. Interested vendors and street performers can call 588-4444. For more information, visit www.discover largo.com. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Leader, April 11, 20134A Community Photo by JIM LAYFIELDContestants in the smallest and largest dog contest vie for the judges attention. Dusty, a 9-year-old Great Dane from Palm Harbor pictured in the center, took the prize for largest dog while Dixie, the 9-year-old Chihuahua held by owner Pam Kennedy to the left of Dusty, won smallest dog.Big and smallMoney mentor helps people take control of their finances By BOB COSTIGANWith the downturn in the economy that has been experienced in the last couple of years, many have found that managing their money and their spending habits can be tough. No one knows this better than Jeff Libaire. The 62-year-old Palm Harbor resident is a volunteer with Pinellas County Extensions Money Mentors program. The program, part of the University of Floridas Florida Master Money Mentors, is a free service that provides one-on-one financial counseling to persons needing financial help. After serving his country in the U.S. Air Force, Libaire, went back to school to study and then went into veterinary medicine. Having now retired, Libaire said he wanted to stay active and knew he needed and wanted to volunteer and give back to the community in some way. Libaire said he looked at several different volunteer opportunities but some just didnt really fit what he wanted to do. Both he and his wife love gardening and were familiar with the Pinellas County Extensions Master Gardeners program so he initially signed up for that. But there was a waiting list. One day while at the countys extension office, Libaire happened to see a brochure about the Money Mentors program. Having always been interested in finances and having done an extensive amount of reading and attending various seminars on the subject, he thought that was something he would like to do. After looking into the program, he took the two and a half day course and is now a Money Mentor. Libaire said the mentors generally meet once a month and often have guest speakers come in and talk about various financial matters. They also are required to devote 50 hours of mentoring per year to stay current with the program. Libaire noted that the mentors are not brokers and therefore do not make specific recommendations on a particular financial investment. Rather they help those in need with such things as figuring out where their money is going to each month, creating a budget plan, improving credit ratings and the like. In addition to being a money mentor, Libaire also teaches four classes per month, two at Worknet, a public-private partnership that promotes economic growth through workforce development, and two at the Palm Harbor Library. Those classes focus on calendar-based money management and spending plans. Libaire said that he enjoys volunteering and that when he was retired he didnt want to play golf every day or just sit at home. Volunteering is a very good way to stay engaged and also help share information and help people that might be struggling with something, he says. Nan Jensen, University of Florida Extension agent, heads up the Money Mentors program in Pinellas County. She said since the program began in the county in 2010 they have had approximately 35 graduates. She said there are no specific requirements for someone to become a mentor. They dont have to be a financial whiz, although a lot of people that theyve recruited have had that affinity and interest in the financial area, she said. Jensen said Libaire is one of the best mentors weve got, adding that hes a wonderful ambassador for the program; I wish I had multiples of him. Pinellas County volunteers can expect to make a difference in the life of their community, while exploring interests, sharing knowledge, assisting others and making friends. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/volunteer, email volunteers@pinellascounty.org or call 464-VIPS (8477).This article was provided by Pinellas County Communications. Photo courtesy of PINELLAS COUNTY COMMUNICATIONSJeff Libaire helps people gain financial control as a Money Mentor for Pinellas County Extension.Local authorities had offered very little new information about the two missing boys or their parents since April 5, when they revealed the couple had been seen in a sailboat leaving Johns Pass in Madeira Beach the afternoon of April 3. Authorities shifted their search to the Gulf of Mexico after the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office reported April 5 that a 2006 GMC pickup truck found abandoned in the Johns Pass parking garage at 12901 Gulf Blvd. in Madeira Beach most likely belonged to the childrens father, Joshua Hakken. Detectives said Hakken had recently purchased a 1972 Morgan 25foot sailboat, which authorities believe may have been used by Joshua and his wife, Sharyn, to take the children out of the area. Photos posted on the sheriffs office website show the parents on the boat leaving Johns Pass. There was no sign of the children in the photos. According to the sheriffs report, authorities began looking for the children and their parents after the maternal grandmother of Chase Hakken, 2, and Cole Hakken, 4, called 911 about 6:40 a.m. April 3 to report that their father had broken into her home. He reportedly tied her up just after 6 a.m. and then took the two boys, dressed in their pajamas, away in her car. Detectives found the grandmothers stolen vehicle several blocks from the home. Detectives believe Joshua and the children then got into a second vehicle, the 2006 GMC pickup found in Johns Pass. According to the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, the couple lost parental rights to their sons after Joshua was arrested in a Louisiana hotel June 17, 2012 on multiple drug charges after he attended an anti-government rally. After his arrest, Louisiana took custody of the boys and placed them in foster care. Joshua later showed up at the foster care home waving a gun and began beating on the door. He was unable to get in and eventually fled the scene without the children. The state later awarded custody of the children to their grandmother. The Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, aided by the U.S. Coast Guard and Florida Wildlife Commission officers, searched for the sailboat along the west coast of Florida for several days. The boat has a blue Bimini top, and white mainsail, deck and cabin. The hull is blue with Salty and a paw print in white on both sides. CNN released photos of the sailboat docked at the marina in Cuba on April 9. HAKKENS, from page 1A BIRD RESCUE, from page 1Ato succumb to financial difficulties so quickly. But in the wake of that announcement, he organized a group of former bird rescuers to help with advanced rescue cases. Since then, the volunteers have rescued 83 birds, releasing all but four of them after rehabilitation, said Vergara, who is executive director of the nonprofit. But the volunteers cannot rehabilitate or even treat the birds without their own facility, relying instead upon the volunteer services of local veterinarians or rehab facilities outside of Pinellas County. Barbara Suto who Vergara said was one of the best rehabbers in the country recently left her position as hospital director at the sanctuary to join the Suncoast Bird Rescues efforts. Were having to have vets do work that she could do, or having to drive long distances, Vergard explained. He said he hopes to find a building that will serve as a temporary triage facility very soon. But the partnership with Largo will answer the organizations need for a facility in the long term. Largo Parks Supervisor Greg Brown initially sought out Vergara to suggest the partnership. The proposed site for the facility is the southeast corner of McGough Nature Park, just north of Walshingham Road. The park is already a permanent home to the citys own rescued birds: four owls and a redshouldered hawk. The Suncoast Bird Rescue has proposed a twostory, 2,500-square-feet indoor hospital as well as an outdoor hospital at the site. The sketched plan also includes a bait hut to store food for the birds and display cages and exhibits to promote education and ecotourism that could potentially help fund the bird rescue. The birds that cannot be return to the wild would be part of that campaign, Vergara said. The rehabilitation portion of the facility would be fenced off from the public, keeping birds that can be released from too much interaction from the public. Vergara said he envisioned a flight pen for bigger birds to test their wings as they heal. Commissioners, enthusiastic for the project at McGough park, asked about some of the logistics for the facility. I love the project. My wife used to volunteer at the Seabird Sanctuary, Commissioner Curtis Holmes said. The No. 1 complaint of people who lived around the sanctuary was the smell. The space slated for the bird rescue at the park is farther from residential areas than the sanctuary is, Brown explained. Suto also said that the focus of the rescue would be rehabilitation, not permanent residency of birds. The space at McGough park also has more room for parking than the sanctuary had. Brown said the city was looking into potentially obtaining a former realty building, currently vacant, across the street from the park and converting it to the proposed hospital. If that were the case, the city also would gain the extra parking that comes with the property. Alternatively, volunteers could shuttle guests from a satellite parking area to McGough park, if the bird rescue proved to be a popular destination as anticipated. In its prime, the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary rescued thousands of birds a year. Vergara said he hopes to meet that now-unfulfilled need eventually, but wants to grow the organization very carefully. The group isnt ready to go public with a phone number, for example. Volunteers currently are assisting with calls that come through the St. Petersburg Audubon Society, Clearwater Audubon Society, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the SPCA rather than fielding calls themselves. Were a small group; we want to expand, but we cant get inundated with birds, because then well fail before we even get started, he said. Vergara said the bird rescue was exploring a potential partnership with Clearwater to establish a temporary rehab facility until the buildings at McGough can be designed and built. Also a triage facility on the beach, where most of the rescue calls originate, is key in both the shortand long-term success of the group. Vergara said he was looking for a simple building between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet with running water, power and ideally no carpet so it could be easily cleaned. That would allow us to expand operations and even ramp up and help out even more. Were kind of handcuffed right now, Vergara said. A big part of Suncoast Bird Rescues eventual mission will be education to help reduce the number of bird rescues that are needed within Pinellas County. Most people have misconceptions about how to handle birds that are in need of help. Vergara said he most often explains to the public that baby birds can be returned to their nests, if the rescuer understands proper care. He also advises fishermen not to cut fishing lines, which can be more damaging to sea birds than the hook itself. Human interaction is 80 percent of the reason why birds need rescuing, Vergara said. Everybody needs to take ownership, he said. This is a huge problem thats not going to get solved by the creation of one organization. For more information about Suncoast Bird Rescue or to donate, visit suncoastseabird.com. the award for the Southwest complex. Still under contention was the subcontractor partnered with Himes Electric, which submitted respective proposals with both the Hubbell and Musco Lighting systems. Largo Facilities Manager Glenn Harwood said staff preferred the Hubbell lighting system because it allowed the city to maintain the systems locally. After hearing arguments from representatives from both sides, commissioners voted 5-1 to hire Himes Electric to install the Hubbell lighting system. Commissioner Curtis Holmes was the dissenting vote.City considers retirement loansDuring the workshop that followed the April 9 meeting, commissioners considered a petition signed by 145 city employees requesting the city give them the ability to take out loans from their 401(a) and 457(b) retirement savings plans. The city requires that employees contribute a minimum of 5 percent of their paycheck into a retirement savings plan. Many employees dislike this policy, but Finance Director Kimball Adams said that it was sound business policy to require participation in a retirement plan. Taking out a loan against retirement savings could be potentially detrimental to employees in the long term, he said. An employee who owes money on his retirement account when he wants to retire may be forced to stay. (Retirement) allows people to leave the city when its time, Adams said. The citys going to be faced, down the road, with some tough decisions. While the loan policy might benefit a few, the majority loses out because their money problems are bigger than one loan can fix, he said. The commissioners agreed that taking a loan against retirement was likely an unwise move. At the same time, this is their money, Commission Harriet Crozier said. Who am I to say theyre not entitled to that money? The rest of the commission agreed that they couldnt force employees to be more responsible with their money. The people that are going to capriciously take loans out of their retirement plan probably have other problems. But to tell them they cant do it, I have a hard time with that, Mayor Pat Gerard said. I dont think you can save people from themselves. Commissioners directed staff to research a loan plan that could potentially limit how and when employees could borrow from their retirement. Staff also would discuss the issue at the upcoming Finance Advisory Board meeting. LIGHTING, from page 1A BriefsNew hours at Animal Services LARGO As of this month, Pinellas County Animal Services is open an extra hour each day. The shelters hours of operation are now Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the adoption center closing at 5:30 p.m. Saturdays hours are also expanded. They are now 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and services include adoptions. Shelter services include dog and cat adoptions, pet licensing and reclaiming lost pets. In addition, a licensed veterinarian administers rabies vaccines on Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. No appointments are necessary. Pinellas County Animal Services is located at 12450 Ulmerton Road in Largo.For news on how to adopt, donate or volunteer, join Pinellas County Animal Services on Facebook. To learn more about the shelter, visit Animal Services at www.pinellascounty.org/animalservices or call 582-2600. The lost or found hotline for pets is 582-2604.Fair housing consortium schedules conferenceTAMPA The Tampa Bay Fair Housing Consortium will present Housing Choices, Free of Discrimination Friday, April 19, at the Centre Club, 123 S. West Shore Blvd. in Tampa. Check-in is at 8 a.m. The program runs from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The Pinellas County Office of Human Rights is a cosponsor of the event, geared toward housing providers, real estate agents, property managers, attorneys, government officials, apartment personnel, homeowners and the public. The presenters are Michael Maurer, deputy chief, Housing and Civil Enforcement Section, Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice; Avery Friedman, CNN legal correspondent and civil rights attorney; and Chuck Bonamer, National Fair Housing trainer, who will present the topic, Diversity Marketing on the Internet. Topics include: Fair Housing litigation and enforcement Department of Housing and Urban Development Equal Access Rule: sexual orientation, gender identity and marital status Fair Housing law in todays world: Internet ads, reasonable accommodations and modifications Diversity marketing on the Internet: what it is and how to develop a diversity-friendly website, including anti-discriminatory advertising guidelines Real estate agents will earn three hours of stateapproved continuing education credits. Approval for CLEs for attorneys is pending. The cost of the conference is $25 if registration is received before April 12 and $35 at the door. The price includes lunch. Registration is online at www.GTAR.org or call 464-4801. The Tampa Bay Fair Housing Consortiums partners are Bay Area Apartment Association, Bay Area Legal Services Inc., city of Clearwater, city of Largo, city of St. Petersburg, city of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Greater Tampa Association of REALTORS, Gulf Coast Legal Services Inc. and Pinellas County Office of Human Rights. Pinellas County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require special accommodations, including the provision of auxiliary aids or services, please contact Mark Esparza at 464-4801, 464-4062 (V/TDD) or email mesparza@pinellas county.org.PARC to celebrate 60 yearsST. PETERSBURG PARC, a nonprofit agency that serves children and adults with developmental disabilities, will celebrate its 60th Diamond Anniversary Celebration with a dinner Tuesday, April 23, 6 p.m., at the Mahaffey Theater. The event will highlight the grassroots efforts of the parents who banded together to bring services for individuals with developmental disabilities to this area and share the programs and opportunities of todays PARC 60 years later. The guest speaker is Doug Ibold, son of Edythe Ibold and an award winning film and television editor. Individual tickets are available for $60. Sponsorships also are available. PARC is known for providing community service and being an advocate for the disabled at the local, state and national levels. The organization continues to support and offer services so each individual is able to reach his or her highest level of potential. Currently, more than 800 adults and children are enrolled in a PARC sponsored program. The organization began with a grassroots effort led by founding PARC board chair Edythe Ibold and received its charter of incorporation on April 23, 1953. PARCs legacy of firsts includes: One of the first to address developmental disabilities in Florida First to address concerns of individuals with developmental disabilities in Pinellas County First preschool in Florida for children with developmental disabilities First to promote the de-institutionalization process; First Intermediate Care Facility for persons with developmental disabilities (ICF/DD) in Florida First to provide comprehensive transportation to individuals. Throughout the years, PARC consistently focused its efforts to adapt to the needs of those with developmental disabilities, providing leadership and innovation in the process. For more information on PARCs 60th anniversary celebration, call Kelli Caputo at 345-9111 or email pr@parc-fl.org. Visit www.parc-fl.org for more information about PARCs history and current highlights. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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The idea is simple Galvin said: neighbors come together to help neighbors in need. And the focus always stays on Pinellas Park. If we can fix our own little corner of the world, then weve got it made, she said. The group has tackled a variety of projects since it was founded in December 2010, when Galvin raised funds and collected donated items for a local woman and her 12 children whose home had burned down. There was nothing left after the fire, Galvin said. In seven-and-ahalf days we had everything they needed including a home. And all I did was reach out on Facebook. At that point, the group didnt even have a name, but Galvin saw the good that could be accomplished simply by reaching out to the Waterin Troughs customers via social media. In 2011, Galvin rallied her group to collect food, clothes and toys for Catholic Charities and Pinellas Hope. They filled nearly a dozen pickup trucks with the items, which included 65,000 pounds of food. In August 2012, Jackies Angels adopted an entire school, collecting everything Pinellas Central Elementary School needed for the year, from pens and paper to an electronic moon phaser to study the cycles of the moon. They donated nearly $30,000 worth of supplies, as well as $2,500 in cash for anything else the school might need to purchase. This past March, the group tackled the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wish list. The group collected at least one of everything on the SPCAs list, Galvin said, including 2,000 pounds of dog food and 1,000 pounds of cat food, washers and dryers. In total, the group filled 17 trucks. Galvin is still in awe of the scale of these projects. I never thought Id be able to help an entire tent city of 300 people or an entire school of children, she said. I dont know what the next big thing is going to be, but its going to be huge, Im sure. It just gets bigger and bigger and bigger. Though the group needs some time to recoup after such tremendous projects, each month, she and her Angels help dreams come true on a smaller scale back at her bar. On display at Waterin Trough is what Galvin calls the Dreams Box. Throughout each month, patrons drop in their dreams, and on the first Saturday of each month one dream is awarded. Theyre not allowed to ask for things like cars or houses, but smaller requests that will touch their lives in other ways: a cruise they wouldnt have been otherwise able to afford, a trip to visit a sister they havent talked to in 15 years, a pair of custom-made cowboy boots. Its our chance to help some of our Angels who have dreams of their own, Galvin said. For more information about Jackies Angels, visit www.facebook.com /pages/Jackies-Angels/464947656872897. County newsInsurance policies need preparationA hurricane can bring tremendous devastation to homes, businesses, apartments, cars and many other structures. When this damage occurs, residents depend on insurance to help bring them back to normal. The problem is that many learn they have purchased insufficient coverage or failed to get the right kind of policies after the damage is done and when they need protection the most. Thats why hurricane pre-season is the perfect time to review insurance policies to ensure coverage is both adequate and comprehensive. Some very important points to consider include: Read that policy. Start on the declaration page. Thats where your name and address are and usually the limits covered. If you read nothing else after that, read the exclusions. And watch for any Photo courtesy of JACKIES ANGELSAdam Golden, member of Jackies Angels, had a dream of his own come true. His request for a pair of cowboy boots was chosen from the Waterin Troughs Dreams Box in March.Tax collectors office joins Donate LifeCLEARWATER Employees at the Pinellas County Tax Collectors Office are teaming up with Donate Life Florida to make Floridians aware of the life-saving role they can play by registering as an organ, tissue and eye donor. April is National Donate Life Month, and tax collector employees are participating in the annual Donate Life Challenge, a monthlong effort among tax collectors and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to promote awareness of Floridas organ donor registry. I am honored that my offices can be part of an effort like this that helps save lives said Pinellas County Tax Collector Diane Nelson. We have been involved in the organ donor effort since we began issuing driver licenses in 2001, and 98 percent of Floridas donor registrations now occur through driver license transactions. Tax collector employees help register potential organ donors by asking all drivers license customers if they would like to join the registry. Last years Donate Life Challenge led to more than 66,000 new donor registrations throughout Florida. Floridas organ registry recently reached a milestone of 7 million registrants. It is the second largest state registry in the nation, which gives hope to families of patients like 10-year-old Hope Kienle, who received a liver transplant before she reached age 2. Although my husband and I were both registered organ donors, we didnt give much thought to organ donation until Hope was 64 days old, said Hopes mom, Amy Kienle. That was the day we found out she may need a liver transplant. We dont know much about Hopes organ donor, but we feel like they are part of our family. Their loved one saved our Hope. More than 4,500 Floridians currently await organ transplants, and more than 118,000 patients are on the nationwide list. H o w t o r e g i s t e r a s a n o r g a n d o n o r Florida offers four simple ways to register as an organ, tissue or eye donor: 1. On Donate Life Floridas website at www.DonateLifeFlori da.org. 2. When renewing your driver license online at www.GoRenew .com. 3. When obtaining a new or renewed driver license in an office. 4. By calling Donate Life Florida at 1-877-35-SHARE (1-877357-4273).Hazardous waste collection is April 13TARPON SPRINGS Get rid of household hazardous waste Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Tarpon Springs High School, 1411 Gulf Road. Drive up and drop off your hazardous and unwanted electronics and chemicals. Pinellas County Solid Waste offers this service free to county households. Businesses should arrange for drop-off and payment by calling Creative Recycling at 813-621-2319 for electronics or EQ Florida at 813319-3400 for chemicals. Household electronics and chemicals such as TVs, cell phones, computers, paints, motor oil, fertilizers and batteries should never be dumped in the regular trash, drains, storm sewers or on the ground. These products can be harmful to the environment and to the people handling them if they are not disposed of properly. For more information on mobile collections, what to bring and what not to bring, or the permanent Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Center (HEC3), call Pinellas County Solid Waste at 464-7500 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/utilities. See COUNTY NEWS, page 7A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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INSTALLED FREE! Police beat Police beatStore clerk arrested for selling K-2ST. PETE BEACH Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives arrested a convenience store clerk April 2 after he sold K-2 spice items containing the chemical XLR-11 to an undercover narcotics detective. The arrest is the first of its kind for the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office under the Attorney Generals emergency order, which banned this chemical substance. Nadeem Malik, 40, of St. Pete Beach was arrested at the Sunshine Food and Gifts convenience store, 6880 Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete Beach. According to the sheriffs report, detectives received information that illegal substances were being sold at the St. Pete Beach convenience store. On Jan. 9 and 11, a clerk, identified as Malik, sold K-2/spice items to an undercover Pinellas County Narcotics detective. The substances were sent to the Medical Examiners Forensic Lab for analysis. The substances were determined to be a Schedule One controlled substance, specifically XLR11. On April 2, detectives returned to the store to arrest Malik. While in the store, Malik voluntarily surrendered four large freezer bags containing different types of potpourri items. The items were concealed behind the counter, inside a garbage can under a large garbage bag. During the interview, Malik told deputies that he sells the substances at the direction of the storeowner. Malik was arrested for two counts of sales and possession of a controlled substance and possession with intent to sell a controlled substance. He was booked into the Pinellas County Jail. He was released on $34,000 bond the same day. Among the items surrendered were 104 small canisters of the same K-2 spice purchased by the undercover detective; 29 additional canisters with a different date and with a disclaimer stating it complied with current legal guidelines; and 122 foil packages containing similar substances. The substances were sent to the lab for analysis. The approximate value of the items is $2,280. The investigation continues.Nineteen arrested at sobriety checkpointCLEARWATER Pinellas County Sheriffs Office and Clearwater Police Department conducted a sobriety checkpoint at Clearwater High School, 540 S. Hercules Ave., April 5-6. Nineteen people were arrested, 12 vehicles impounded and 27 citations were issued. Average intrusion time was 2 minutes, 21 seconds. Eight were arrested for driving under the influence, five for driving with a suspended or revoked drivers license, two for driving without a valid license and another for driving in violation of a drivers license restriction. Several were charged with drug violations including one charge of possession of alprazolam, four for possession of marijuana, one for possession of vyvanse, one for drug possession without a prescription, one for possession of crystal meth and one for possession of drug paraphernalia. One person provided a false name to law enforcement, one refused to obey a lawful command and one person was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation. Deputies conduct a sobriety checkpoint once a month at various locations around Pinellas as part of a program to reduce DUI related injuries. Aprils checkpoint was dedicated to Steven Thillard. On October 10, 2006, the 23 year old was a passenger in a vehicle driven by 24-yearold Matthew Ferguson. Ferguson traveled into oncoming traffic in the area of Ridge Road and Eighth Avenue in Largo, causing a head on collision. Thillard suffered severe head trauma and had several brain surgeries as a result. Ferguson was impaired at the time of the accident. Nadeem MalikConvicted child murderer files last minute appeals By SUZETTE PORTEROn April 2, the Florida Supreme Court denied the latest appeal of a man who has spent more than 32 years on death row. He has since filed another appeal with the United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to information from the Forgiveness Foundation. Larry Eugene Mann, 59, was found guilty March 19, 1981 of kidnapping and murdering a 10year-old Palm Harbor girl. A judge sentenced him to death on March 21. Since that time, Mann has filed a series of appeals, and his sentence was overturned and reinstated twice. His execution date in 1986 was stayed. Gov. Rick Scott signed a second execution order March 1. Mann is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection at 6 p.m. April 10 at the Florida State Prison near Raiford. If his latest appeal proves unsuccessful, Manns execution will come 32 years and five months after he murdered Elisa Nelson on Nov. 4, 1980. According to arrest records, Elisa was riding her bicycle to school the day Mann kidnapped her. She was late due to a dentist appointment and carried a note from her mother explaining her absence. When she didnt show up for school, authorities began a search, which turned up her bicycle later the same day in a ditch about a mile away from the school. Searchers found Elisas body the next day in a nearby orange grove. Cause of death was a blow to the head by a cement-encased steel pipe found next to her body. There were no signs of molestation, according to the Medical Examiner. Records show that Mann attempted suicide the day he murdered Elisa. He reportedly told police who responded that he had done something stupid and needed help. Manns wife found the bloodstained note that Elisas mom had written to excuse her daughter from being late to school in her husbands truck Nov. 8, 1980. Law enforcement also found a bloodstain with Elisa and Manns blood types in the truck. Mann was arrested on Nov. 10, 1980. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Alex Silversmiths 442-7333010313SILVER & 011013 041113 COUNTY NEWS, from page 5Aspecial endorsement that excludes wind coverage. Ask your agent to explain any questions you have. Soak up flood insurance. Since 1968, most homeowners or renters policies have not covered damage from flooding. That coverage is provided under the prevue of the National Flood Insurance Program at www.floodsmart.gov. Besides protecting from the obvious damage of rising drainage creeks, it also protects against storm surge. Another coverage is sewer backup from a flood. Even if your policy covers sewer backup, will most likely have an exclusion if the sewer backup is caused by flooding. All flood policies require 30 days from when they are ordered until they are ordered, which means buying flood insurance at the last minute wont work. If you are located in a Flood Hazard Area, you may need to get a flood elevation certificate which could take some time. If you are not, there is still the application process, which will take time. You may be surprised by how inexpensive flood insurance is, especially if you are not in a Flood Hazard Area. Wind is special. Hurricane or windstorm deductibles are not like the standard deductible on your policy. While there may be a smaller deductible for a fire or burglary loss, windstorm deductibles are typically a percentage of your homes value. This is done to help keep premiums low, but can add up to an expensive surprise when the time comes. A 5 percent deductible on a house valued at $200,000 can leave policy owners on the hook for the first $10,000 of repairs. Getting to code. After a hurricane, if a home is damaged beyond a certain amount, the new structure will need to be rebuilt to current Florida building codes. While this may not be a problem for a home after 2001, it could be a considerable expense for a home built before that year. Law and ordinance coverage helps bring even older homes up to current code should significant damage occur. Cars need comprehensive. Basic auto coverage is required on all vehicles operated in the state of Florida. While these policies offer minimal coverage for auto accidents, other hazards such as flooding, wind damage and the like are covered under a comprehensive auto insurance policy. Renters need coverage, too. A landlord or property owner will have insurance on the structure that is being rented, but renters need coverage as well to protect their personal belongings. As with regular homeowners policies, most renters insurance coverage does not cover flooding, so a separate flood insurance policy can make a difference in how quickly you can replace your possessions. Inventories are invaluable. While most homeowners can recall from memory the larger items in their homes, would they be able to catalog every item down to the smallest details? A quick home inventory done on a list or through photos or video can help tremendously after the disaster. A video or pictures on your tablet computer or smart phone will only take minutes. Capture what is on the walls, the fixtures and type of flooring as well as your personal property. Also, check with your agent to see if your insurance carrier offers replacement cost coverage on your contents. Otherwise, your structure may be covered to be rebuilt, but your contents may be depreciated by the insurance carrier. While insurance can replace items after the fact, it is not a substitute for taking steps to reduce a homes vulnerability to a hurricanes fury. Bracing garage doors, shuttering windows and stowing yard items before a storms winds are felt can mean the difference between minor damage and a total disaster. Also, your homeowner insurance cant protect people from injury due to flying debris. Discuss with your agent the most effective way to present a claim, should a disaster strike. If many homes are damaged, know how your carrier will find your home. If you must evacuate, take your insurance policy with you. Have the claims office phone number and your agents emergency contact information with you. Most importantly, your home and valuables are things. Your first priority is always to keep yourself and your family safe. Everything else can be replaced, you cant. For more information about how to prepare yourself and your family for hurricanes, visit www.pinellascounty.org/emergency to find your evacuation level, learn about storm dangers and discover how to create your own disaster plan. Photo by JAY RICHMONDMembers of the Dunedin Highland Middle School Band march in formation onto the Dunedin High School field during the 47th annual Military Tattoo April 6.Celebrating tradition Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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8A Business Leader, April 11, 2013 Enjoy Great Values at ourNew Thrift Store! Furniture, TVs, Clothing, Household Items and Much More! Thrifty ThursdayAll Clothes$1.00 Affordable Delivery AvailableCommunity Corner Thrift Store1700 Missouri Ave., Largo, FL 709-4987In Missouri Mart Shopping Center, corner of Jasper & MissouriMonday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-3pm041113 50% OFFReg. price of furniture purchase.Expires 5-11-13 727-562-2080Palm Harbor Dunedin Clearwater Largo Serenity Gardens Memorial Park Moss FeasterFuneral Homeand Cremation Services A t r u e g i f t o f l o v e . 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Stop in & Enjoy! 18 Omelet Choices 10 Fruit/Yogurt Cups 18 Crepe Choices 7 Eggs Benedict Varieties G r a n d O p e n i n g G r a n d O p e n i n g 41113 040413 Photo by JIM LAYFIELDJezzie, a 4-year-old Sheltie from St. Petersburg, works the obstacle course at the Pawfest April 6.High jumping Business updatesCountry Day School hosts grand openingLARGO Country Day School, a PK2 through eighth grade independent school in Largo, recently hosted a grand opening event to celebrate the opening of its new Country Day World School. Originally founded in 1974 as a small Montessori school, CDS has grown to a scenic and secure 14-acre campus including Country Day Montessori for students ages PK2 through third grade and the new Country Day World School for upper elementary and middle school students. CDS has long been recognized for its high-level academics and strong performance of its graduates. Additionally, CDS has been a leader in international education as one of the first schools in the United States to add Mandarin Chinese for all students, to collaborate with other schools around the world using the latest technology, to establish a sister relationship with one of the leading Middle Schools in China and to annually send student delegates to international destinations including China, Spain, Costa Rica and Russia. The grand opening event featured a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony and private tours. Local officials, educators and invited guests attended. Country Day World School is at 11650 131st St. N., Largo. For information, visit www.countrydaylargo.com.Businesses set to openLARGO Peace Wealth Management Inc., Fiduciary Funding LLC and Trust Business Systems will be opening offices soon at 13201 Walsingham Road, Largo. The businesses plan to host a grand opening and shredding party Friday, May 17.Marcottes to host grand openingLARGO Marcottes Architectural Salvage & Repurposed Furniture recently opened at 426 West Bay Drive, Largo. With more than 12 years of experience in repurposing, the owners previously owned The White Elephant Exchange Antique Mall in Sarasota and have moved to Largo to share their dream of re-purposing. The store features a selection of shabby chic, nautical, industrial, mid century, vintage, antiques, cottage style and salvage items. The store will host a grand opening celebration Saturday, April 27, 5 to 9 p.m. The event will include music, food and wine. Largo community project seeks Facebook votes LARGO Largo is one of 14 communities in Florida to make the top 200 in responding to a recent call from State Farm to submit causes that would make a positive impact in their neighborhood. If Largo wins the $25,000 grant, funds would help establish an Alzheimers Caf in Largo a meeting place where those impacted by Alzheimers and their families and friends can receive support. This top Largo cause is asking for assistance. Supporters can assist by voting for cause on Facebook. Votes must be placed by April 22. To vote, visit www.state-assist.com/cause/4876/alzheimers-caf.Hammann to open Largo practiceLARGO Dr. Kalen Hammann is opening a practice in Largo to help couples have more satisfying relationships. Hammann is not a marriage therapist or a couple counselor. Most therapists and couple counselors focus on either healing old emotional pain or solving communication problems, Hammann said in a press release. My approach is different and usually faster. What I do as a relating coach is help people learn research-based skills that change things right away. Hammann helps couples learn how they can relate better both in private sessions and through media interviews and public workshops. Visit www.RelatingCoach.com.Nava Yoga Studio opensST. PETERSBURG A new yoga studio recently opened at the Isla Del Sol Shoppers Village, and snowbirds and island residents have been flocking to the classes. Nava Yoga Studio is open at 5901 Sun Blvd., Suite 120, St. Petersburg. Nava owners and yoga instructors Wendy Lester, 43, and Joanna Bilgutay Ozkaya, 32, met two years ago. Both women had stressful business careers and were looking for a healthy way to deal with lifes hectic pace and challenges. They found it through the practice of yoga. Di Tyssen, an international yoga trainer, encouraged them to take her certification course required to teach yoga. While holding down fulltime jobs and tending to their families, Lester and Ozkaya spent every weekend training with Tyssen and earned their teaching certificates in two years. They learned the yoga postures, along with the philosophy and benefits of balancing mind, body and spirit. Anyone wanting to improve their physical, mental and overall wellbeing can do yoga. It is wonderful to have people come here to try their first yoga class and really enjoy the practice, Lester said in a press release. Yoga invigorates the body, promotes wellness, improves coordination, balance, concentration, endurance and flexibility. Nava Yoga Studio offers classes seven days a week for every level. Sheraton Sand Key Resort earns awardCLEARWATER Sheraton Sand Key Resort, located in Clearwater Beach, recently was voted the Best Beach Resort at the annual Senses Award Gala Night and Award Ceremony, which was celebrated in March in Berlin. Sheraton Sand Key was the only hotel selected from North America to receive this honor in the last four years. The Senses Award winners were chosen from more than 500 hotels and resorts worldwide, and highlight the best of the best in 24 categories. The ceremony is recognized as one of the most esteemed events of the year for Berlin, bringing together people of high rank, as well as the elite of the hotel industry. We are honored to be nominated and awarded such a respected title, said Russ Kimball, general manager of Sheraton Sand Key, in a press release. Being named the Best Beach Resort worldwide is an admirable accomplishment. I am grateful for the recognition of our staffs excellent hospitality and dedication to guest satisfaction. This achievement has inspired us to strive harder to win again next year. Park 66 redevelopment under wayPINELLAS PARK The Sembler Company is redeveloping a shopping center thats been in the companys portfolio for more than four decades, by adding a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market to the property located at Park Boulevard and 66th Street North in Pinellas Park. Known as Park 66, the shopping center is undergoing a 62,000square-foot redevelopment. While Wal-Mart is under construction and expected to open in fall 2013, other tenants have been relocated and are continuing to do business. Tenants include Dollar Tree, Anytime Fitness, a liquor store and a hair/nail salon. Its exciting to watch this redevelopment unfold, said Josh Beyer in a press release. Beyer is vice president of development with the Sembler Company. Its been in our portfolio for so long now and has seen several retailers through many market cycles. As new development begins to pick up, we continue to see opportunities to redevelop existing shopping centers both within our own portfolio, and on behalf of third-party owners.RE/MAX names top agents MADEIRA BEACH RE/MAX All Star recently named its top agents for March 2013. The recipients of the All Star Agent Awards are Steve Busse, Renny Bryden, Wayne Holland and Linda Mann. All Star Agents must display expertise and success in listing and selling real estate along with professionalism and achievement throughout the calendar month.RE/MAX ACR recognizes top agentsRE/MAX ACR Elite Group Inc. recently recognized its top agents in the Belleair office in closed sales for the month of March. The No. 1 agent was Dorita Mayeux. The No. 2 agent was Brenda Wooldridge and the No. 3 agent was Marco Sokell.Real estate updates Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Health 9A Leader, April 11, 2013 032813 Mond a y thro u gh Frid a y h a lf d a y a rt classe s morning a nd a fternoon Classe s t a ilored ea ch week for v a rio us a ge level s from 7 18 ye a r s! Adventu rous a rt theme s m u lti-medi a p a int, crea t u re s c u lt u re s a nd cl a y Regis ter b y the week, morning or a fternoon, one week or a ll s ix Weeks of June 10 throug h July 26 (no ca mp s week of J u ly 4) S ee www.beachartcenter.or g a nd click on You th Cl ass e s to find a link for the f u ll Kreative Kids Summer Art Camp Schedule BEACH ART CENTERSUMMER ART CAMPS1515 Bay Palm Blvd. Indian Rocks Beach arts1515@aol.com032813 coupon requiredFREEJUICE10ML BOTTLE OFWith Purchase of Starter Kit.Not valid with any other offer. Expires 5/7/13 41113 E-CIGARETTE OUTLETJOIN THE VAPOR REVOLUTIONPINELLAS PARK4250 Park Blvd., 727-544-0693LARGO12681 Seminole Blvd., 727-543-0925FREEFlavor SamplesAffordable Starter Kits Unlimited FREE In-Store Samples We Stock E-Liquid with Caffeine Variable Batteries IN STOCK We Pay Cash for Gift Cards and Store Credit 041113 041113 Golf Swap Month of AprilBring Your Golf Gear & Swap! Pinellas County begins work on health improvement plan By SUZETTE PORTERThe Florida Department of Health recently released the 2012 Pinellas County Health Assessment, comprised of more than a year of data analysis of statistics provided by more than 30 local agencies plus feedback from residents. Community engagement was essential to provide a comprehensive view of health and quality of life in Pinellas, said Claude M. Dharamraj, director of the countys health department. We found that we exceeded expectations in some areas and need work in others. According to a press release, the assessment included information from more than 800 residents, who completed a survey on how they feel about Pinellas as a place to live. The surveys were conducted over five weeks in June and July 2012. The assessment identified a number of areas that need improvement. One area was affordability of health care with 16 percent of the countys adults reporting they were unable to afford a doctor visit in 2010. Information in the executive summary said of the 841 people surveyed, 55.1 percent said they had private health insurance and 19 percent had Medicaid. Twenty percent said they had no insurance or were unable to afford health care. Obesity continues to be a problem affecting more than two-thirds of the population. Pinellas County has fewer obese adults than the nation and state; however, the combined percentage of adults who were either obese or overweight was 65.6 percent higher than the national rate of 63.9 percent and state at 65 percent. Cancer was the top cause of death in 2011 at 22.8 percent, followed closely by heart disease at 22.7 percent. Officials said the death rate for heart disease had decreased slightly in the past 10 years; however, the rate of decrease for blacks was slower than the rate for whites. Lung cancer was the leading cause of cancer deaths, followed by breast cancer and prostate cancer. Death rates for breast cancer, melanoma, cervical and lung cancer increased between 2000 and 2011. Nineteen percent of the countys adults smoke cigarettes. The health assessment compared Pinellas to the state in a variety of areas. Among the areas where they county led the state was sexually transmitted diseases with 3,327 per 100,000 women ages 15 to 34 contracting a STD compared to 2,603 per 100,000 statewide. Pinellas had a domestic violence rate of 772.8 per 100,000 compared to 605 per 100,000 for the state. The countys child abuse rate was 1,876 per 100,000 and the state rate was 1,145 per 100,000. Pinellas suicide rate for the years 2009-2011 was 17.7 per 100,000 compared to 13.8 per 100,000 statewide. The rate was highest among white males ages 45 to 60. The infant death rate for the years 2009-2011 was higher in Pinellas than the state. Black infants were three times more likely to die in the first year of life than white infants were. Pinellas had 7.9 per thousand live births compared to 6.6 per thousand statewide and the percent of low birth rates was 8.6 percent compared to 8.7 percent for the state. In 2010, 153 babies were born addicted to prescription or illegal drugs, up from only 22 in 2005. One piece of good news was that 85.5 percent of people surveyed believe their community is safe, and 83.3 percent said Pinellas is a good place to raise children. The geographic area with the highest ratings was north Pinellas and the lowest came from south Pinellas. Survey participants were asked to name three factors most important to a healthy community. The top responses were access to care, healthy behaviors and a clean environment. They also said addiction was the No. 1 health concern, followed by obesity and chronic diseases. Alcohol and drug abuse was the behavior of most concern with poor nutrition coming in second followed by a lack of physical activity. The state DOH has put together a Community Health Action Team charged with developing strategies for a 2013-2017 Community Health Improvement Plan, which must be completed by July 1. Residents who want to provide feedback or need more information can call the health department at 824-6900, ext. 4667. To view the executive summary and full report, download the PDFs at www.PinellasHealth.com. BriefsShuren to speak at FMMC symposiumST. PETERSBURG The Florida Medical Manufacturers Consortium recently announced that Dr. Jeffrey Shuren will serve as keynote speaker at the annual Florida Medical Device Symposium. The symposium will take place May 6-7 at the Hilton Carillon Park in St. Petersburg. Shuren is director of the FDAs Center for Devices and Radiological Health. The CDRH is responsible for assuring the safety, effectiveness, and quality of medical devices. With the recent passage of the Medical Device User Fee Amendments of 2012, the CDRH, in partnership with the U.S. medical device industry, has renewed its commitment to increase the efficiency of its regulatory processes in order to reduce the time it takes to bring life-saving medical devices to market. We are excited and honored to have Dr. Shuren address our annual symposium, said Geary Havran in a press release. Havran is the FMMC chairman, and president and CEO of NDH Medical Inc. The CDRH and Dr. Shuren are key partners in the success of the medical device industry.Walgreens to host blood driveWalgreens has partnered with Florida Blood Services, a division of OneBlood Inc., and is sponsoring blood drives throughout the month of April. Bloodmobiles will be on site at select Walgreens stores so blood donors can conveniently share their gift of life to benefit patients. All participating blood donors will receive a $10 Walgreens gift card, along with a wellness checkup of blood pressure, pulse, temperature and iron count, plus a free cholesterol screening. To find the dates, hours and the locations of the participating Walgreens stores, visit www.oneblood.org/Walgreens. Generally healthy people age 16 or older who weigh at least 110 pounds can be blood donors. Identification is required prior to donation. For blood donor eligibility requirements visit www.fbs blood.org/html/donate/canidonate.aspx. Call 800-682-5663) or visit www.fbsblood.org. 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10A Military Leader, April 11, 2013 041113 Serving Seminole for 35 Years Oil Changes Air Conditioning Tune-ups Check Engine Light Under the Hood Under the Auto Tires & Brakes Heating & Cooling Ignition & Electrical OIL & FILTER SPECIALIncludes 24 Point Safety InspectionUPTO5 QUARTS OF5W-30 OIL. MOSTCARS. EXP. 4/30/13 Jim HobsonASE Certified Master Mechanic ASE Advanced Engine Performance Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6pm Sat. 7:30-1pm Next to Pinch-A-Penny & Snyders TransmissionPick up and Delivery!040413GM & FORD SPECIALIST9660 Seminole Blvd., Suite B Seminole Computer Reprograming Available for GM & Ford Vehicles 1996-2013. Call For Appointment! We Can Fix It!727-437-0577 The Check Engine Light Means Lots of Things ...Ignore is not one of them!Complimentary ScanRadiator Coolant Flush We accept most competitors coupons!Exhaust Repairs & Welding $1595 $7995Standard Antifreeze w/BG AdditiveEXP. 4-30-13 Telling our readers about local business since 1977.Phone Don Minie at 727-409-5252 or email mminie5382@aol.com Customers Go Where Theyre Invited. To Invite Them Through our Column: CALL 727-409-5252, Talk to Don! An Art Enrichment Program for ages 7-14 is being planned. All classes are developed by a certified elementary school art teacher. Three weeks are scheduled where art education and a fun painting class together will be provided. Each week, a different theme and each day a different painting will be completed. Week One will be a study of Art Movements. Week Two is a study of Real Artists and Week Three will be a study of Real Icons. Sessions will be daily from 9:30-12:30 and will include a discussion and creation of the painting for the day and a critique. Lunch is included. The cost of this program will be $40 a day, $175. Per week, or $525 for all three weeks. Classes are available in St. Petersburg at 2527 Central Ave. Phone 727-327-4488 and in Tampa at 2821 S. McDill Ave. Ph: 813-839-2409.Dr. Bowers and the staff of the Bowers Vein Institute prefer minimally invasive techniques. The staff takes pride in adhering to extremely high standards of patient care, and treatments are developed depending on individual patient needs. Dr. Bowers has dedicated much of his 25 year surgical experience to treating venous disease and varicose veins. Dr. Bowers was formerly the Medical Director at the St. Pete Vein Center. He has now has opened the Bowers Vein Institute where he now fully devotes his practice to the treatment of venous disease. This institute is committed to utilizing the most innovative and latest treatments options including Endovenous Laser Therapy. There have been over 100,000 EVLA successful treatments performed to date. Treatments are typically covered in full by health insurance providers. Dr. Bowers is Board Certified in Surgery and Certified by the American Board of Phlebology. You owe it to yourself to call 727-623-9999 for an appointment at 4900 95th Ave. N. Pinellas Park. Turn your childs boring summer into a fun learning experience at the Secrets of the Seas Summer Marine Adventures! Due to the closing of The Pier and the construction of Secrets of the Sea Marine Exploration Center and Aquarium in Madeira Beach, the 2013 Summer Marine Adventure will take place at Madeira Beach Recreation Center. Classes include: Sharks & Stingrays Camp (ages 9-11) Shark & Stingray Pups Camp (ages 6-8), Dates: June 10-14 or July 15-19. Marine Mammals (ages 9-11), Marine Mammal Calves (ages 6-8) Dates: June 17-21 or July 22-26. Sea Sleuths (ages 9-11), Junior Sea Sleuths (ages 6-8) Dates: June 24-28 or August 12-16. Angler Adventures (ages 10-14) Dates: July 8-12 or August 5-9. Estuar y Explorers (ages 9-11), Lil Estuary Explorers (ages 6-8) Dates: July 29 August 2. Price is $215, with available discounts for siblings and multiple camp registrations. To register: www.pieraquarium.org For more information: Call Butch Ringelspaugh, 727-895-7437, ext. 215.Summer Art Enrichment Program for Kids Call PAINTING WITH A TWIST!Announcing the Opening of BOWERS VEIN INSTITUTE! The Secrets of the Sea Marine Exploration Center and Aquariums 2013 Summer Marine Adventures will take place at the Madeira Beach Recreation Center!41113June Summer Camp for Kids, now being planned in St. Pete & Tampa William Bowers, M.D,, FACS, has over 25 years of professional experience in vascular and general surgery. Learn about local fish, mammals and the ecosystem. 032813 Salute to Military parade, fair planned By LT. COL. MICHELE SUTAKPALM HARBOR Spc. Ashlie Diggs, a paralegal specialist for headquarters and headquarters company, Army Reserve Medical Command, Pinellas Park, competed in the AR-MEDCOMs prestigious Best Warrior Competition at Camp Blanding, March 22-30. She is one of only 10 soldiers of the 9,500strong AR-MEDCOM Warriors to be selected to compete for this honor. Diggs, 22, a resident of Palm Harbor and a 2008 Countryside High School graduate, represented HHC, AR-MEDCOM, Pinellas Park, besting more than a hundred soldiers in that command to advance to the next level. I am always trying to better myself as a soldier, said Diggs, who is working toward a degree in business. I will go to any length to be a stronger soldier physically and mentally. Diggs is no stranger to the military, All the men in my family have served at least three years or more, she said, with almost four years of service herself. I am the first female in my family to join the Army. The Best Warrior Competition was developed by retired Sergeant Major of the Army Jack Tilley in 2002 as a test of a soldiers physical endurance, military knowledge, current events, and mental perseverance. The competition is an opportunity for Warriors to highlight their military skills in a competitive environment and measures how well they perform under stress. The grueling five-day event competition taxes each soldier mentally and physically. It includes a timed written exam, physical fitness test, and a number of mentally and physically challenging exercises including a 10-kilometer road march, M4 rifle qualification, urban warfare orienteering, an Army Combatives Tournament and a mystery event. Diggs began the competition at unit level, rising to command level and continuing on to higher command intended to select the noncommissioned officer and junior enlisted Soldier of the Year for AR-MEDCOM. The winner advances to train and prepare through U.S. Army Reserve Command, and upon winning will go on to represent the Army Reserve Command to the Army wide Best Warrior Competition to be held later in the year. The Army Reserve Medical Command has been represented at the top Army event in 2009 by Staff Sgt. Aaron Butler, a medical logistics noncommissioned officer from Three Forks, Mont., at the Department of the Army level competition.The Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System provided this story. Photo by LT. COL. MICHELE SUTAKU.S. Army Spc. Ashlie Diggs, top, a paralegal specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Army Reserve Medical Command, grapples with an opponent during a Best Warrior Competition match at the C.W. Bill Young Armed Forces Reserve Center in Pinellas Park Feb. 21. Photo courtesy of BUILDING HOMES FOR HEROESSgt. Charles Claybaker and his wife Kandice will be the beneficiaries of the third annual Salute to the Military Parade, Street Fair and Charity Pancake Breakfast in Pass-A-Grille.Local reservist competes for Best Warrior Military updatesNathan Howard Jr. LARGO Army Pvt. Nathan Howard Jr. recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Howard is the son of Gwen and Gene Howard of Largo. He is a 2011 graduate of Center Academy, Pinellas Park.Thomas Williams LARGO Army Pvt. Thomas Williams recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Williams is the stepson of Mike White of Largo, and grandson of Roberta Williams of Clearwater. He is a 2012 graduate of Largo High School.DeAndre Witherspoon ST. PETERSBURG Army Pvt. DeAndre Witherspoon recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Witherspoon is the son of Mitchell and Michelle Witherspoon of Decatur, Ill. He is a 2011 graduate of Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg.Clayton Philipson CLEARWATER Army Pvt. Clayton Philipson recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Philipson is the son of Rolland Philipson of Clearwater. He is a 2012 graduate of Dunedin High School.Christopher Robey CLEARWATER Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher Robey recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Robey earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Glenn Robey of Clearwater. The airman is a 2006 graduate of Pinellas Park High School.Genevieve KeeCLEARWATER Navy Seaman Recruit Genevieve Kee recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Kee is the daughter of Genevieve Kee of Clearwater, and Dennis Kee, of Massapequa, N.Y. She is a 2003 graduate of Malverne Senior High School of Malverne, N.Y. Erin MyersSEMINOLE Navy Airman Erin Myers and other Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN74) recently arrived in Singapore for a schedule port visit. Myers is the daughter of Penny L. Myers of Seminole. This is the first port visit since entering the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR) after five months of operating in and around the Arabian Gulf. The Stennis Strike Group consist of USS Stennis, Carrier Air Wing 9, Destroyer Squadron 21 Christopher Robey See MILITARY, page 12AST. PETE BEACH The Veterans of South Pinellas County plan its third annual Salute to the Military parade, street fair and charity pancake breakfast Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13 in Pass-A-Grille. The parade, which begins Friday at 6 p.m., kicks off the two-day celebration organized to honor active U.S. military members and veterans. St. Pete Beach Mayor Steve McFarlin, will serve as the grand marshal of the parade and the Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri will lead the event, which will pass through the streets of Pass-A-Grille. The parade will feature the Lakewood and Admiral Farragut high school marching bands. The four branches of the U.S. military, including the Florida National Guard plus the Coast Guard, will participate. Also participating will be the Tampa Bay Rays cheerleaders and Raymond, the team mascot, plus more than 50 patriotic and military vehicles driven by veterans and current military personnel. After the parade, the Army will host a ceremony and administer the oath of enlistment to recruits from the local area marking the start of their service to the nation. The street fair with military vehicles, weapons displays and family fun activities will be from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Back for a third year is the charity pancake breakfast on Saturday, hosted by The Hurricane Seafood Restaurant with chefs and support staff from the Hard Rock Caf handling the cooking. Breakfast is served 8 a.m. to noon. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Military and first responders in uniform eat free. Event chairman Don Schmidt said more than 1,800 people attended last year and a similar sized turnout is expected this year. Proceeds from the event will go to the Building Homes for Heroes organization. Specifically, the group will use it to pay for renovations to a house in St. Petersburg for Sgt. Charles Claybaker and his wife Kandice and for other local charitable activities. Claybaker, a native of St. Petersburg, was severely wounded in April 2010, in Afghanistan when the Air Force CV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor he was in crashed during a night mission. The aircraft hit the ground at about 90 mph. Upon impact it flipped and caught fire. Four people were killed and 16 wounded. Claybaker had a dislocated right hip, broken acetabulum and right tibia plateau, shattered tibia/fibia post fracture at the right ankle, several damaged discs throughout his back, a traumatic brain injury, and suffers with post traumatic stress disorder. For more information, email donschmidt45@yahoo.com or 592-2860. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Largo, FL 33774727-596-9156011013Matt Facarazzo, D.V.M.with this ad NEW LOCATION Compassionate Care For Your Cat or Dog Park Animal Hospital Call For Appointment Today! 727-546-98288065 66th Street North, Pinellas Park www.ParkAHVet.com Since 1964 011013Full Service Care Means: Full Medical & Surgical Hospital Vaccine & Dental Services Advanced Ear Diagnostics Nutrition Center Bathing & Boarding 021413Gentle Professional Affordable In-Home Veterinary Care For YOUR Best Friend We Specialize in Preventive Medicine Annual Wellness Exams Annual Diagnostics & Vaccines Microchipping Health and Travel Certificates Generic Testing Medications Delivered to YOUR Doorstep Geriatric Care Hospice Care Compassionate Gentle In-Home Euthanasia And More Pet food labels are simply terribleIn a recent column, Dr. Kim Donovan discussed some of the trickery that goes into the ingredient list of a pet food. Unfortunately, the shenanigans with labeling dont end there. There are many words pet food companies use that sound as though they should mean something but simply do not. The FDA, or Food and Drug Administration, does have specific rules about what a pet food label can say, but these rules can be confusing. The FDA defines that a can of pet food labeled chicken for cats has to be 95 percent chicken by weight, which sounds good. However, a food labeled chicken formula for cats has only to be 25 percent chicken. This can be a problem for people trying to avoid certain ingredients for their pets because of food allergies. That expensive bag of salmon and red lentil formula only has to be 25 percent salmon and red lentils; the rest can be anything. The word with is defined by the FDA as at least 3 percent; the can of cat food with chicken only has to contain 3 percent chicken. While with seems anemic by FDA standards, it is robust compared to how they define flavor. By FDA standards, chicken flavor cat foods only has to contain an essence of chicken that is detectable. There are dogs trained to determine if a product is present in a food, similar to trained drug sniffing dogs, so the actual amount may be infinitesimally small. With all these specific percentages defined by the FDA, they have also defined what percent means. By the FDA rules, percent means 95 percent. Yes, you did read that correctly. Premium pet foods sound impressive, and many come with a premium price tag as well. The FDA has no legal definition of the word premium, super-premium or gourmet, which means that these word can be put on ANY dog or cat food label, no matter how terrible they may be. Holistic is a popular, though misused, term on many pet foods. The concept of holistic medicine was supposed to mean that all things were taken into consideration with a patient, including diet, exercise, supplements and even mental state, as opposed to the just take a pill mentality that is becoming more and more prevalent. Holistic on dog or cat food means ... nothing. Anyone can put it on any label, even if the food is entirely synthetic and unnatural. Another popular and entirely meaningless pet food term is human-grade. According to the FDA, this phrase has no meaning. Human-edible means a food that people could eat, but human-grade can be placed on any pet food no matter what is inside of the bag or can.A pet food manufacturer is also not allowed to make health claims unless it would apply to any normal pet receiving an adequate diet. That food that claims to promote healthy skin or promote glossy coat can only make those claims if any pet receiving an adequate food would have those qualities. In essence, those phrases mean absolutely nothing. We have still only skimmed the very surface of how inadequate and bad pet food labels are. Shoppers should be wary; the super-premium, gourmet, human-grade buffalo flavor dinner for a healthy coat may not be worth the super premium gourmet price it costs, nor may it be any better for your four legged loved one.Michael J. Rumore, DVM, is the owner of Lake Seminole Animal Hospital in Largo and a former SPCA Tampa Bay board member.Pets of the month Mastiff buddiesCongratulations to Dani and Billy for winning TBNs April Pet of the Month prize. These adorable mastiff puppies belong to Amanda Hunt of Seminole and come from the same breeder in Minnesota, though they were adopted at different times. Dani is now 5 months old and Billy is 3 months. Angela fell in love with mastiffs after watching Turner and Hooch, even though she admits that Hooch was actually a French mastiff. She and her husband have now owned seven mastiffs, always two at a time. Dani is their first brindle mastiff and has a mischievous side to her. Before Billy, Dani had temporarily had an older mastiff sister, but it turned out that she is aggressive around other dogs and would do best being the only furry queen of the house.She has since found another loving home where there are no other pets and her new parents are working to tame her aggression. That situation opened the door for the Hunts to find Billy. Danis breeder had sent the Hunts a letter, saying there had been another litter and one of the little boys was blind in one eye. The breeder thought the Hunts would provide the perfect home for this special boy and that Dani would be a wonderful big sister. Although Billy will soon lose his bad eye, he is adapting well, and he and Dani are the best of friends. Over the years, Angelas dogs have helped her dive into photography, and for about a year now, she has volunteered with the SPCA Tampa Bay to do their photographs. Angela has always loved animals, and now they have taught her to t ake pictures as well. The Hunts and their mastiff pair have won a $25 gift certificate to Largo Feed and Garden Supply in either Largo or Pinellas Park. Send your pet photos to Alexandra Lundahl at alundahl@TBNWeekly.com. Pet Photo Contest Sponsored byLargo Feed210 West Bay Dr, Largo, FL 727-581-8743 & Park Feed5775 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park 727-546-7503 Speaking of PetsMichael J. Rumore, DVM RamboRambo is a 2-year-old, 50pound American pit bull terrier. His owner didnt want to travel back up north with a dog, so Rambo was dropped off at Animal Services on Valentines Day. He longs for someone caring to adopt him. His adoption fee has been lowered to $25 because he has been with Animal Services for so long. He has been neutered, is up to date on shots, and is microchipped. Visit him at 12450 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Call 582-2600 or visit www. pinellascounty.org/animalservi ces/petfind. DamienDamien is a 10-year-old domestic medium hair cat who just wants a place to call home. He is a darling boy and is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. To learn more about him or the other adoptable animals, call Pet Pal Animal Shelter at 328-7738 or visit 405 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg or www.petpalan imalshelter.com. StarMeet Star, a 1-year-old pit bull mix. This sweet girl is in search of a family to shine her love upon. She is a smart pup who already knows her tricks and is housetrained. She would make an excellent companion for family members of all ages. Squeaky toys are her favorite. Her adoption fee is $30, which includes her spay surgery, vaccinations, microchip, 30 days of pet insurance and your new best friend. Meet Star today at the SPCA Tampa Bay, 0900 130th Ave. N., Largo. Visit www.spcatampabay .org. SabrinaSabrina and her brother were left at Animal Services at Christmas, and now their foster family with Save Our Strays is moving out of state this month. Called One Paw and Two Paws by their foster dad, these two tuxedo cats are best buddies. Save Our Strays hopes that they will not have to be separated. A lovely pair with great personalities, they love to play and enjoy being lap cats. If you have room in your home for these two declawed beauties, call 545-1116. All Save Our Strays cats are spayed or neutered, fully vetted and microchipped. Visit www.saveourstraysinc.com. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Suite 3727.545.8633Pinellas Park, FL 33781TAMPA / OLDSMAR 13513 Prestige Place, Suite 101813.854.1234Tampa, FL 33635NEW PORT RICHEY 6232 Madison St.,727.938.2900New Port Richey, FL 34652 FREE CONSULTATION!4413 031413910 West Bay Drive, Largo727-437-2113 Closed SundaysNew & Resale Designer Boutique NOW FEATURING Fine Home AccessoriesAccepting Upscale Consignment Gucci Tori Burch Coach Tommy Bahama Robert Graham The Agriculture Schedule a treasure trove of genealogical informationIn last months column, I introduced what are called the non-population census schedules. Those are documents over and above the enumeration of the population created during the decennial census. There are several of those schedules, and this month I will talk a bit about one of them: the Agricultural Schedule. The Agricultural Schedule was produced for the years 1850 through 1910, with those from 1850 to 1880 being preserved, as well as one in 1885 for those states doing a state census in that year. The Agricultural Schedules are useful in providing an overall view of the agricultural state of the nation, and more specifically, giving a detailed understanding of the state of individual farms. In general, data recorded on the agricultural schedules covered one year exactly preceding the year of enumeration which was 1 June for the years in question. Not every farm, however, was included in those schedules. In 1850, for example, small farms that produced less than $100 worth of products annually were not included. By 1870, the rule was that farms of less than three acres or which produced less than $500 worth of products were not included. Thankfully, some census takers ignored the guidelines, and often even small farms that should have been excluded will appear on the schedule. If a person appearing on the population schedule owned or operated a farm, that persons name and detailed information about the farm would appear on the farm schedule as well. In addition to the names of the owners and managers, you will find such information as the total acreage, number of farm animals (horses, milch, cows, pigs, etc.), and the amounts of various crops harvested. Specifically explored was the amount of oats, rice, tobacco, cotton, wool, peas, beans, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, barley, buckwheat, orchard products, wine, butter, cheese, hay, clover seed, other grass seeds, hops, hemp, flax, flaxseed, silk cocoons, maple sugar, cane sugar, molasses, beeswax, and honey produced during the preceding year. The information requested on each schedule changed throughout the years. For example, in the 1880 census the number of questions on the farm schedule was nearly double the number found on the 1870 census. The message here is that if you find your ancestors name on one farm schedule, look for it also on the schedules for other years because they may yield more or different information. Since a farm owner may not be the farm operator, you might find a city dweller listed on the farm schedule. This circumstance can lead to more information about the family than you may have imagined since now a rural environment with its social and economic context has been revealed to augment the city environment and its context. This may be just the hint you needed to break through one of those pesky brick walls. Other uses of the agricultural schedule are to help identify the land holdings of your ancestors, show each farm in relation to the neighboring farms and their owners (this can be helpful when land and tax records are missing, or for exploring the families of future spouses), and for AfricanAmerican research the 1850 and 1860 Agricultural Schedules help identify white overseers, Black sharecroppers, or track free Black men and their economic growth. Ancestry.com is one of the better places to find U.S. federal agricultural schedules. They are available there for the years 1850-1880 for the following states: Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington territory. Remember, although Ancestry.com is a subscription site, you can access if for free from your local public library. In sum, the agricultural schedule holds much information for family researchers. It can offer hints leading to missing ancestors, and certainly they can provide much information to help you better understand the day-to-day lives of your ancestors, as well as insights to their economic and social situations.Peter Summers is an amateur genealogist who has been working on his family history since 1972. He is past president of the Pinellas Genealogy Society. Genealogy exposedPeter Summers and USS Mobile Bay (CG53), is deployed to the U.S. 7th Fleet AOR conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to support regional security and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Myers is a 2008 graduate of Central Dauphin High School of Harrisburg, Pa. and joined the Navy in April 2012. Casey Clement ST. PETERSBURG Air Force Airman Casey Clement recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Clement is the son of Ruby Clement of St. Petersburg. He is a 2012 graduate of St. Petersburg High School. Gilmore of Phoenix, Ariz., and brother of Bruce Dally of Pinellas Park. The airman is a 2007 graduate of North Canyon High School, Phoenix, Ariz. Melnick earned distinction as an honor graduate. MILITARY, from page 10A Casey Clement Joshua Dewberry INDIAN ROCKS BEACH Air Force Airman Joshua Dewberry graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Dewberry is the son of Michelle Edwards of Indian Rocks Beach, and grandson of Barbara Parr of St. Petersburg. He is a 2008 graduate of Hamilton High School, Chandler, Ariz. Joshua Dewberry Kyle Melnick PINELLAS PARK Air Force Airman Kyle Melnick recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Melnick is the son of Cynthia Kyle Melnick Michael RotondoMADEIRA BEACH Michael Rotondo recently completed the U.S. Navy Basic Training at the Recruit Training Command Center, Great Lakes, Ill. Rotondo is the son of Derek Forand and Jennifer Parrillo of Madeira Beach. He is a 2011 graduate of Admiral Farragut Academy. N.A. Rotondo is now attending the Naval ASchool in Pensacola. Michael RotondoRodney Moeller PINELLAS PARK Air Force Airman Rodney Moeller recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Moeller is the son of Trudy Moore of St. Petersburg, and Rodney Moeller of Pinellas Park. He is a 2012 graduate of Dixie M. Hollins High School. Rodney Moeller Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Viewpoints 13A Leader, April 11, 2013For a state that prides itself on having so much sunshine, Florida is regarded as a giant Petri dish. Look through the microscope and a major source of the problem is easily identified Tallahassee. Say it isnt so. Two well-respected open-government advocates gave troubling accounts of the assault on public access to information at the third annual Sunshine Summit March 16 at St. Petersburg Colleges Seminole campus. A public integrity section of the U.S. Department of Justice compiles a jolly list of the most corrupt states in the nation, said author and political commentator Diane Roberts. Guess who was number one? Yup. The Sunshine State. Can you believe we beat New Jersey? We beat Illinois. OK. Think about that, the most public official corruption in the country. But how on earth, given our great open government laws, do we get to a place where weve got all this bad stuff, often illegal stuff, going on? Roberts said. Somebody has to say wait a minute, you cant do that, she said. That would be the states First Amendment Foundation, the press and the public because the state doesnt have an agency to enforce open government laws. Other watchdogs have stuck their noses in the Petri dish, including a collaborative project called the State Integrity Investigation, which gave Florida a grade of D+ in public access to information. The list goes on. There are many atrocities to list on open government, Roberts said. Sadly, a shrinking press corps, as we in the newspaper business know all to well, has made holding officials accountable more difficult. The press remains energetic, but smaller. Capital bureaus used to have lots of people in them. Now they either have fewer people or they are not there at all, Roberts said. Floridas First Amendment Foundation President Barbara Petersen echoed Roberts remarks, providing several examples of governments denying people access to public information in a timely manner, charging outrageous fees for records reproduction and refusing to let people speak at meetings. Easy pickings are the governors office. Petersen said she will miss for the entertainment factor Gov. Rick Scotts former minister of truth, Press Secretary Brian Burgess. Petersens favorite Burgess quote was a response to a reporter from one of the largest papers in the state who was denied access for documents that were clearly public records. When she asked why, he said, theyre not ready for prime time. Theres a new statutory exemption. The not-ready-for prime-time exemption, Petersen said. She also gave several examples of Sunshine Law abuse at the local levels. The Boynton Beach Police Department, for example, accepts public records requests only on Wednesdays. Random rules and conditions that operate as barriers to our constitutional rights of access, Petersen said. The sad truth is too often we dont push back. If there is a positive note, Petersen believes lawmakers will pass legislation this year requiring governments to allow citizens to speak at their meetings. This is the No. 1 complaint from citizens, she said. Among the issues the foundation will be looking at next year are fees for public records. She said it will be difficult because local governments will fight against reform on fees. Governments agencies should be able to recover the cost of providing public records. They should not be in the income generating column, she said. She found out that the city of Orlando charges $564 an hour for computer run time. Their definition of extensive is five minutes or more, she said. No other local government in the area charges for computer run time. Whos going to pay that? Somethings got to give. The law says 15 cents a page or the actual cost of duplication. So why is an agency charging $10 for a CD? That CD should cost 35 cents, she said. When we asked the city of Naples why they are charging $10 for a CD, they said Well everybody else does. That doesnt make it right. The city changed its policy, but the extensive use fee needs to be revised, she said. Software is available that will allow for the cost-effective redaction of exempt information. Why arent we taking advantage of these technologies? she said. All this is a strong indication that our state lawmakers continue to place a low priority on open government. Consequently they put a low priority on good government. Thats life in the prime time Petri dish.Tom Germond is executive editor of Tampa Bay Newspapers. Email tgermond@TBNweek ly.com. Tom Germond Are you frustrated? Has your career stalled? Is your life not what youd like it to be? Then maybe its because you lack vision and passion. Todays culture is crawling with references to vision and passion. The talk shows, the wise-person interviews, TV and print advertisements they are loaded with the importance of vision and passion. So you and I better hop aboard that train right now. You may ask, Just what is vision? What is passion? Vision used to go by several names: planning, having a blueprint, a marketing strategy, a dream for the future, hope, looking ahead. We all did one or more of those things, and somehow the job got done. But then the bright boys on Madison Avenue said, We need a new buzzword that makes us seem smarter than we are. Lets try VISION! Today a candidate cannot be elected president or dogcatcher unless he/she describes the vision he has for the office. A new manager of a major league baseball team is asked, What is your vision for the team? Dont bore us with facts about your pitching rotation. Talk about vision! Henry Dorgg, a pharmacist in Arlo, Kansas, decides to open a new drugstore, the first one in town. He does all the right things. He chooses a good location on Main Street; he buys the best equipment; he hires trained personnel; he joins the Chamber of Commerce; he charges reasonable prices. But a year later, he shuts down. Why does he fail? The bright-boys verdict: He had no vision. Twenty years ago job applicants were routinely asked, Where do you see yourself five years from now? A perfectly good question. But in todays job interviews the question is What is your vision for yourself, the company, the universe? I recently learned that at least one publishing expert is telling all would-be novelists, You and/or your novel must have a vision, if it is to succeed. As I try to comprehend that advice, Ill be wondering whether Tolstoy, Faulkner, Updike, Hemingway and other major writers asked themselves What is my vision for this novel? each time they took pen in hand. Now lets turn to another buzzword that swept into town a few years ago and is still ultra-fashionable: passion. To paraphrase an old song: You aint got a thing if you aint got that passion. The old expressions indicating enthusiasm have fallen by the wayside in todays conversations. No longer is it groovy to say I love Bruce Springsteen. My brother is wild about soccer. My sister is really into Etruscan history. Thats old-fashioned phraseology. Today youd better slip at least a couple of passions into your narrative or no one will take you seriously. In 2013, if youre not passionate about something (preferably everything), your friends may think youre in a coma. And dont forget to say how excited you are (even if you really arent). Im so excited to be here at the Rotary Club luncheon. Is there room in the world for persons who do NOT have a list of overwhelming passions to set forth on their resumes and (ultimately) in their obituaries? Im thinking of people who as they move through life take quiet enjoyment from one, two or twenty different interests and pursuits, but who cannot truthfully say, Oh, yes, I have a passion for bowling, and for watching Dr. Phil. Another of my passions is collecting hummels. Do YOU have passions you want to tell me about? Oh, lets swap passions! Over-using terms like vision and passion is one big way in which language is cheapened. Without really thinking about it, we permit ourselves to be sucked into using lazy, imprecise, catch-all words. They allow us to lurch forward linguistically without having to expend time and thought choosing exactly the word thats needed. But I could be wrong. Maybe those people who seem to possess all those passions are telling the truth. Maybe theyre sincere in the depth of their feelings and enthusiasms. If so, I wish them well. I wish them the opportunity and energy to chase their passions as far as they can. And I envy them, I suppose. Although Ive had a fairly interesting life and my share of adventures, most of the time Ive avoided the whole-hog, dive-in-head-first, damn-the-torpedoes approach that so many passionate people later describe, if and when they live to tell about it. I admire the ones Ive met, but many of them have been a royal pain in the neck to know well, or even to talk to.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net.Boarding the vision-passion train 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 Advertising Director: 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 Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comLargo Leader: Juliana A. Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Palm Harbor/East Lake Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com Seminole Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com General Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERS Drivers SeatBob Driver An assault on access to informationPinellas County stormwater tax who benefits?Editor: We do not support a Pinellas County tax, which would continue its flawed, piecemeal stormwater management. For 30 years, the county has denied remediation and maintenance to private stormwater ponds, which they use for public benefit. They are at the heart of the system, since they feed into larger lakes and influence their water quality. That the county wants to tax us and offer us only a new version of the ineffective Adopt-a-Pond program is outrageous. There is a difference between looking at the bigger scope and looking at big things, such as Lake Walsingham. They may be the 800-pound gorillas in the room, but lakes like Lake Sylvia are vital to comprehensive stormwater management we are the 800 onepound gorillas. Master plans make recommendations how to achieve overall goals. The County will never develop effective recommendations by ignoring these hundreds of lakes. It is one ecosystem. Over the last 30 years, the county helped Lake Sylvia residents only once, to remove algae and plant some plants, which they promised to maintain but never did. The county policy of maintenance of stormwater ponds is the responsibility of the local community that benefits from it, which includes many more homeowners than just those around Lake Sylvia. The Adopt-a-Pond program only succeeded in transferring the financial burden that belongs to the community at large onto the few of us. This one-time plant and forget about it approach is not responsible ongoing maintenance for stormwater ponds. Plants alone are in no way sufficient to solve the basic problems of privately owned lakes used by the county as public stormwater ponds. Beneficial plants do not address pollutants such as litter, motor oil, gasoline, pesticides, pet waste, and sediment. Only after stormwater retrofitting, catching pollutants before they reach the lake, and sediment removal is done does it make sense to plant the lake. Water follows the laws of nature, not of discrete political entities. Any future cosmetic Adopt-a-Pond, version 2.0 for private lakes, which are used for public benefit, will not be effective. Perpetuating this failed approach will only hurt citizens and our environment for the next 30 years. For Pinellas County to solve the problem, they need to integrate all the elements of the stormwater system public and private, large and small lakes in a single plan. John Reyner SeminoleKudos for green recertificationEditor, I would like to congratulate Pinellas County for being the first county in the state to achieve a Florida Green Local Government recertification. Pinellas County had been the first jurisdiction in the state to receive the Green Local Government designation in 2006 when it achieved the silver level. I hope the city of Seminole also will establish long-term sustainability efforts in each of its departments. Seminole needs to develop, establish, and maintain its direction for long-term sustainability plans. Perhaps, the city should work more closely with Pinellas County Extension Urban Sustainability resources, such as agent Ramona Madhosingh-Hector. I would also like to applaud the efforts of local Seminole citizens, Mary Ann Kirk and Bob Huttick, who have taken Extension courses of Sustainable Floridians and Nutrition. These citizens are also wonderful role models through their leadership role of our only Seminole Community Garden, and their membership in Seminoles Tree Advisory Committee. Thank you, Pinellas County, for leading the way to helping all municipalities to upgrade its use of sustainable practices. Mary Hampton SeminoleBetter alternatives than traffic circlesEditor: Belleair has a traffic problem too much going too fast. I understand Mayor Katica and the commissioners have approved a couple traffic circles on Indian Rocks Road at taxpayer expense thinking that may reduce traffic volume. But have they tried less expensive and less permanent alternatives first? Im not sure about that. I believe a townwide speed limit of 25 mph should be implemented and rigorously enforced. Belleair is strictly a residential community, and every residential community (several) I have lived in, 25 mph was the norm. This allowed residents to safely walk/bicycle on the streets. And there are five entrances to Belleair. Why not put the hated speed bumps in place at those locations? Both may convince pass through drivers to go elsewhere with minimal Belleair taxpayer expense. Both of these things are certainly cheaper than the traffic circles, which if put in place, and do not achieve the desired traffic reduction, then what? Remove them also at taxpayer expense? I have neighbors that are in favor of speed bumps and speed reduction to 25 mph. I drive at that speed on my street out of consideration for those living here. I hope other residents do the same. The mayor does not think a 5 mph speed reduction will accomplish much. I think it will improve safety and possibly reduce traffic, both beneficial. As a resident of Belleair, I want to see improved street safety, and a reduction in unnecessary traffic volume, in conjunction with smart town road planning and tax spending. I dont see that happening. If any Belleair readers are of a like mind, then you should speak up and tell the mayor and commissioners your thoughts. They are supposed to work for us town of Belleair residents. Ross Whitaker BelleairGreat event needs more parkingEditor: As an Indian Rocks Beach property owner and part-time resident, I wanted to offer my praise and congratulations to the organizers of Green Fest, and especially to coordinator Christy Ward. How exciting that the event keeps growing. Apparently the only blemish was a lack of parking (though IRB does allow on-street parking, so all was well). I hope we all see the irony in this so-called problem at an eco-friendly Green Fest. Perhaps the goal should be to reduce the need for more parking by encouraging carpools, shuttles, and having more people walk and bicycle to future events. Maybe a bike parking area could help? Thanks again, and heres to a successful and eco-friendly 2014! Diane Daniel Durham, N.C.Thanks to supportersEditor: Many thanks to all the good folks who were so kind to us in the recent city of Seminole local election. We finished in third place for the first time, with more votes than the previous election. And we did it the old-fashioned way, we earned your vote. We did not buy it. Traditionally, we pay for the filing fees and associated costs, about $200. Last year the successful candidate spent that much per vote received, of about $30,000. We have not seen the final financials for this recent election, but are aware that the incumbents spent large amounts of money again. It just does not seem logical that anyone would have to spend that kind of money to get elected here in Seminole. Again, many thanks to all who gave their time and talent to an open, honest effort. Thanks to all who allowed us to place our signs on their properties. And a special thanks to all the good folks who supported us with their votes. We appreciate your participation in the democratic process. And look forward to the time when folks do not have to buy their way to a seat on our City Council. Tom Christy Seminole Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Buyers we have the best listings PinellasHomes4Sale.comHiring 1 full time agent, expenses paid call Randy Bowman for a confidential interview. 16201 Redington Drive2BR/2BA, Waterfront with Dock$399,000 9154 127th Lane, Seminole3BR/2BA/2CG Pool and Lakefront$207,900 11690 Oval Drive, Largo2BR/2BA/2CG Great Area$137,000041113 Deal Fell ThroughUnder Contract Under Contract 14A Faith & FamilyHow birth order might affect parentingMy husband, the girls and I were driving to a wedding a few weeks ago, listening to the radio when well-known author and speaker, Dr. Kevin Leman came on talking about the birth order of kids in a family, explaining that where you are in the birth order often shapes you as a person. As we listened, we couldnt believe how what he was saying was so true. My husband and I are both firstborns, so we are very similar in a lot of ways. According to Dr. Leman, Clearly, firstborns are natural leaders. They also tend to be reliable, conscientious and perfectionists who dont like surprises. Although, firstborns are typically aggressive, many are also compliant people-pleasers. They are model children who have a strong need for approval from anyone in charge. Can you relate to this if you are a firstborn? How about your firstborn child? I know I can. I am a perfectionist and a people pleaser. My oldest daughter is too. Dr. Leman goes on to say how we parent, or how our parents raised us, is why we are how we are. I started thinking about how I treat my first child compared to my second. I do give her more responsibilities. I often say, Watch your little sister or Help your little sister. I know I had more responsibilities growing up, especially with three younger siblings. Dr. Leman says as parents we need to watch that we arent improvers to our firstborn, meaning we dont ask our child to do something and then improve what they have done. This makes them try to be even more of a perfectionist because they feel they didnt do what we want done the right way. And yes, I am guilty of that. I will straighten things up after I ask my daughter to straighten something up. Its my perfectionist personality. Now that I am aware, I am going to work on that. Its funny how being a parent the first time is different than even the second time around. A good example for my husband and I is our pacifier policy. When my oldest Randi Kay was born and she would drop her pacifier on the floor, we would rinse the pacifier in hot water and sterilize it before giving it back to her. With our second child, Graci, we didnt go to extremes to sterilize it. We would just rinse it with water and pop it back in her mouth. I see with my brother and sister-in-law who have four kids that there just isnt time to do all you did with the first baby as the fourth. There are three more kids to contend with. So, what does Dr. Leman say about the children after the firstborn? He says, Middle children often feel like their older brother gets all the glory while their younger sister escapes all discipline. Because the middle child feels that the world pays him less attention, he tends to be secretive; he does not openly share his thoughts or feelings. While lastborns may be charming, they also have the potential to be manipulative, spoiled or babied to the point of helplessness. The last child also loves the limelight. Now if you have an only child, Dr. Leman says they are like the firstborns, but they are even more responsible and even bigger perfectionists. I can see how my second daughter is very similar to what Dr. Leman says about the lastborn. She is a little babied. She is charming and wants to keep up with her older sister, but can be a little spoiled and manipulative to get what she wants. Just recently my older daughter told me my younger one gets away with more than her. I didnt realize I was letting her get away with more, but I started watching that. Dr. Leman says thats typical: Statistics show the lastborn is least likely to be disciplined and the least likely to have to toe the mark the way the older children did. You can be sure your older children are watching you closely! And they are. I remember telling my mom the same thing about my younger siblings. I do recall my parents discipline was different for each one of us. My mom and dad could just look at me sternly and I would cry. Now, for my brother and middle sister that was a different story. The birth order is definitely something to think about as we raise our children. I dont know how much we can change how the birth order affects our childrens personalities, but we can at least try to work on any negative effects the birth order can have.Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls ages 7 and 8, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com. Heiser-StanleyRebecca J. Heiser and Tommy Stanley were married on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tampa. Father Zack Elliott and Deacon Charles Durban officiated. The bride is the daughter of Chad and Jill Heiser of Seminole. She is a 2002 Seminole High School graduate. She also earned an associate degree in 2004, an Associate of Science in nursing in 2006, and a bachelors degree in nursing in 2009, all from St. Petersburg College. Bayfront Baby Place employs her. The groom is the son of Tom and Ellen Stanley of Valrico. He is a 1999 graduate of Jesuit High. He attended Florida State University from 2000 to 2005. RXperts Pharmacy in Tampa employs him. The wedding party included Tina Hamilton, maid of honor; Greg Monk, best man; Charlotte Heiser, Teri Anastasio and Amanda Tomlinson, bridesmaids; Michael Linde, Angel Suarez and Derek Furlong, groomsmen, Zachary Heiser and Kyle Juan, ushers; Richard Heiser and Jack Stanley, readers; Albin J. Anderson, cantor; and Sean Fitzsimmons-Brown, organist. A reception followed the ceremony at 220 West Seventh Ave., Tampa. The couple took a honeymoon cruise to Jamaica. They reside in Tampa. Porters celebrate 60th anniversaryL. Russell Porter and his wife Janet recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple were married March 14, 1953, in Danvers, Mass., at the old Holy Trinity Methodist Church in the Tapleyville section of the town. They are the parents of Linda of Clarksville, Tenn; Sandra of Lowell, Mass; Shirley of Glenburn, Maine; and Wayne of Haverhill, Mass. The couple has six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. They spend their summers in Newport, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanley Janet and Russel Porter Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbs Faith briefsSplash of Jazz to benefit homeless familiesCLEARWATER The Holy Spirit Ecumenical Catholic Church will host Splash of Jazz, an hors doeuvres and wine party to benefit Religious Community Services Grace House on Saturday, April 13, 7 to 10 p.m., at the Harborview Center, 300 Cleveland St., in downtown Clearwater. Ernest Hooper, Tampa Bay Times Bureau Chief and columnist, will emcee the benefit, which will feature a silent auction, the sounds of Alan Darcy on saxophone, a Dolphin Tale, behind-the-scenes experience. Tickets are $35 per person or $30 for groups of 10. Make reservations at www.SplashofJazz.com. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Grace House is a program for families with children that are homeless in Pinellas County. It provides eight weeks of emergency shelter and case management to more than 500 people, most of them children, annually. RCS Grace House keeps families together while they overcome their crisis of homelessness.Seminole First Baptist ChurchSEMINOLE A yard sale will be presented Saturday, April 20, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Seminole First Baptist Churchs youth building, 11000 Johnson Blvd. All proceeds will go toward the churchs youth mission trips to Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center Learn to Meditate Tuesdays, 10 to 11:15 a.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. The purpose of meditation is to create calm and peaceful experiences of mind. This class includes two guided meditations and a teaching. It is perfect for anyone with an interest in Buddhism and meditation. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for students and those with limited income. Introduction to Buddhist Psychology Thursdays, 7 to 8:30 p.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. The class teaches basic meditation and the practice of Kadampa Buddhism. The purpose of these classes is to help people to gain personal experience of inner peace, to overcome their daily problems, and to find real happiness in their hearts. This class includes two guided meditations and a teaching. It is perfect for anyone with an interest in Buddhism and meditation. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for students and those with limited income. Prayers For World Peace Sundays, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. Led by Buddhist monk Kelsang Chokyan, this class presents an introduction to meditation from the Kadampa Buddhist tradition. The class will include two guided meditations and a short talk, and is suitable for beginners. Everyone is welcome. Donations are appreciated. For information, call 797-9770 or visit www.MeditationInTam paBay.org. BriefsMOAA to meetSOUTH PASADENA The St. Petersburg chapter of the Military Officers Association of America will meet for lunch on Friday, April 19, at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Social hour will start at 11 a.m. followed by lunch and a short program. Military officers that are retired, active duty or former officers and their spouses or widows are invited to attend. For reservations, call Bill Bolin at 584-1595. The association meets third Fridays.Sock hop setCLEARWATER The Florida s Original Rockers, a nonprofit organization, plans its 14th annual spring fling sock hop for Saturday, April 20, 6 to 10 p.m., at the American Legion Hall Post 7, 1760 Turner St. People can come and listen and dance to rock n roll music from the s, s and s. There also will be line dancing, trivia contests and door prizes. Dress either in s style or casual. There will be snacks on the tables and an in-house restaurant with food for sale and a cash bar. The Original Rockers dance club is a nonprofit organization that participates in community fundraisers throughout the Tampa Bay area. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the communities in the area. Admission is $7 each, and children younger than 12 are free. Call 535-2728 or 813-837-3335 for tickets. Visit theLargo Leaderat www.TBNweekly.com Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Participants learn about the ecosystems and early residents of Weedon Island Preserve while hiking the coastal uplands and along boardwalks through mangrove forests. The hikes are best for ages 6 and older. On Friday, April 12, at 8 a.m. join the Great Weedon Bird Quest to learn the identifying marks and behaviors of our feathered yearround residents and seasonal visitors while assisting in compiling an annual checklist of the preserves birds. This two-hour hike is designed to take advantage of all levels of birding experience. Binoculars and bird guides are available. Advance registration required. Recommended for adults. Florida is known for its 1,200 miles of coastline, including its awardwinning beaches. However, today our waterfront is threatened by rising sea levels. On Wednesday, April 17, a Sea Level Scenarios program investigates the potential effects of sea level rise on a natural ecosystem and a local municipality. Recommended for adults, the presentation will utilize a combination of online tools, field activities and facilitated discussion. This five-hour workshop starts at 9 a.m. Advance registration required with a $10 registration fee, which includes lunch. Closed-toed shoes for the field activities as well as sun protection, hat and water bottle are suggested. A two-hour Saturday, April 20, hike is a perfect opportunity for adult photographers to hone their skills. After a classroom session beginning at 8 a.m. highlighting specific wildlife behaviors and focus tips, guides will assist participants in capturing the natural beauty outdoors. Advance registration required. On Wednesday, April 24, there is a two-hour People and the Environment hike to learn and discuss ways native people utilized natures raw materials from the uplands to the wetlands and coastal environment. Advance registration is required for this hike, which begins at 2 p.m. Learn about the ecosystems and the early residents of Weedon Island Preserve while hiking the coastal uplands and the boardwalks through mangrove forests on Saturday, April 27. The two-hour hike, beginning at 9 a.m. is best for ages 6 and older. 9 to 11 a.m. Advance registration required. Visitors to Weedon Island Preserve in St. Petersburg are likely to see a roseate spoonbill as it hikes along the property.On Thursday, April 4, from 6:45 to 8 p.m., join Dr. Kathy Guindon, of Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute for the spring 2013 Marine Science Salty Topics speaker presentation, Citizens and Scientists Investing Tarpon at Weedon Island. Guindon will describe the recent findings from the Tarpon Genetic Recapture Study. There will be a review of known tarpon life history, how the current study got started and how you can get involved. Refreshments are donated by Friends of Weedon Island. The Wee-Time at Weedon program is designed to introduce preschool children to the wonders of the natural and cultural world. Every second and fourth Thursday of each month from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m., children are treated to a variety of stories and hands-on activities that connect them to their environment. These free programs are recommended for ages 3 to 5. Come out to Weedon Island and see how Archaeology Works. This Saturday, April 13, two-hour workshop reveals how archaeological flotation works and how archaeologists recover tiny seeds, bits of charcoal, wee animal bone fragments and other small pieces of things people long ago left behind. Beginning at 10 a.m., the workshop is recommended for all ages. Join Clearwater Marine Aquarium staff on Wednesday, April 17, for a Flipping for Dolphins program. Learn about their work with four resident Atlantic bottlenose dolphins while they discuss dolphin behavior, animal care and training techniques, and the biography of each of CMAs resident dolphins. The 10 to 11 a.m. program is recommended for all ages. Interest in backyard poultry has increased due to new regulations allowing chickens in some local communities in Pinellas County. On Saturday, April 20, Chickens 101 presents the fundamentals of raising chickens with such topics as local laws and resources, benefits of chickens, the basics (breeds, housing, feeding, health and chicken development), biosecurity and getting started. There is a $10 per family advance registration fee for this 8:30 a.m. to noon workshop. On a trial basis, Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Wednesday in April, in addition to Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Weedon Island Preserve protects more than 3,700 acres of natural ecosystems and is located at 1800 Weedon Drive NE in St. Petersburg. The preserve is operated under the Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources Department and is open to the public seven days a week, including holidays, from 7 a.m. to 15 minutes before sunset. Its many outdoor activities include walking trails, a fishing pier and a canoe/kayak launch. Pinellas County Extension offers classes, programs and activities at the Cultural and Natural History Center. The center features the permanent exhibit, Connecting People and Place, an art-inspired, handson educational exhibit which reveals the areas history, ecology and people. The center is open Thursday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is closed all Pinellas County holidays. To learn more about Weedon Island Preserve and its upcoming programs and events, call (727) 453-6500. To register for programs and events visit www.weedonislandpreserve.org. Videos featuring Weedon Island Preserve can be viewed at www.youtube.com/pcctv1.Herb Society plans meetingCLEARWATER The Florida Herb Society will meet Tuesday, May 21, 6:30 p.m., at the 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. Denise ODunn with Balance and Bliss Academy of Ayurveda will share information about this ancient system of holistic medicine from India using herbs. The goal of the FHS is to educate members and the general public in the growing and preservation of herbs for use in culinary, medicinal and decorative purposes. 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@floridaherb society.org.RPN to host sale, clinicsST. PETERSBURG Rare Plant Network will host its third annual plant sale and clinics Sunday, May 19, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. Petersburg Garden Club, 500 Sunset Drive S. A clinic will be presented every hour starting at 10 a.m., featuring air layering, variegated plants, bromeliads, and plumeria grafting. Admission is free. The Rare Plant Network meets the fourth Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m., at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Members are a mix of horticultural professionals and enthusiasts from around the bay area. The meetings are always potluck followed by either a guest speaker or a specific discussion topic. RPN is always open to new members. A $1 donation per meeting is requested to cover the cost of the meeting space. For information, call 541-4084. Gardening briefsThe city of Largo to host Earth Day eventsLARGO The city of Largo will host several events to celebrate Earth Day 2013 and foster environmental responsibility this month. Pick up a free tree at Spring Ecofest and Arbor Day Celebration at McGough Nature Park and then bring your personal documents to be shredded and recycled at Shredfest April 20. The toddlers in Largo can join in the fun at Southwest Recreation Complex April 22.McGough to sponsor Spring EcofestCome celebrate Earth Day early with the Spring Ecofest on Saturday, April 20, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th St. N. The event will feature activities for the children, music, live wildlife exhibits, information on recycling, guest speakers, a free tree giveaway in honor of Arbor Day and more. Food, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase. For more information, call 518-3047 or visit LargoNautre.com.Shred personal documents to be recycledThe 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.Tots celebrate at Southwest complexToddlers will learn the importance of taking care of our planet with hands on activities, live animal appearances, interactive play and recycled craft projects on Monday, April 22, 1 to 3 p.m., at Southwest Recreation Complex, 13120 Vonn Road. The cost is $5 in advance or $8 the day of the event. Parent or caregiver participation is required. Snacks are included. For more information, call 518-3125 or visit PlayLargo.com. The Environmental Education Center at Brooker Creek Preserve in Tarpon Springs features interactive exhibits and 22 discoveryoriented experiences. Outdoor activities McGough to host night hikesLARGO Night hikes will be presented on the following months on Saturday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m., at George C. McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th N. St. This will be a free interpretative nature hike through McGoughs habitats. Call 518-3047.Audubon to host programsCLEARWATER The Clearwater Audubon Society will host a number of field trips and programs in April, including the following: Cross Bar Ranch Friday, April 12, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees should meet near Sears at the Westfield Shopping Mall Countryside, 27001 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. The destination, Cross Bar Ranch, is on Lockett Road in Pasco County. For information, call Ken Rowe at 782-0745. Audubon Explorers Saturday, April 13, 8:30 a.m., at John Chesnut Park, 2200 East Lake Road, Palm Harbor. For information, call Lynn Sumerson at 596-8822. Fort De Soto Park Wednesday, April 24, 7:15 a.m. Attendees should meet at Tri-City Plaza on the NW corner of the intersection of U.S. 19 and East Bay Drive in Clearwater. The destination will be Fort De Soto Park, 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., Tierra Verde. Call John Hood at 461-4762. Honeymoon Island State Park Saturday, April 27, 7:30 a.m. Attendees should meet at the parking lot behind McDonalds on the corner of Curlew and Alt. 19 in Dunedin. The destination will be Honeymoon Island State Park, 1 Causeway Blvd., Dunedin. For information, call Paul Trunk at 447-4785. Audubon Explorers Saturday, April 27, 8:30 a.m. Attendees should meet at Tri-City Plaza on the NW corner of the intersection of U.S. 19 and East Bay Drive in Clearwater. For information, call Lynn Sumerson at 596-8822. Clearwater Marine Science Center boat tour Saturday, April 27, at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, 249 Windward Passage, Clearwater. Reservations are required. For information, call Michael McDonald at 409-0449. The societys field trips and programs are open to anyone who is interested in learning about Floridas environment. Call or email the appropriate contact/field trip leader for information and directions.Brooker to host bird hikeTARPON SPRINGS The Birds of Brooker hike will be offered Saturday, April 13, 8 to 10:30 a.m., at Brooker Creek Preserve, 3940 Keystone Road. Birds seen and heard will be identified while attendees meander along a one-mile trail gathering information. Closed-toe shoes, water and a hat are recommended. Attendees also may bring binoculars, spotting scopes and cameras. The free hike is best suited for adults. Advance registration is required. Call 4536800 or visit www.brookercreekpreserve.org.Fort De Soto to offer walksTIERRA VERDE Free, guided nature walks will be offered on the following days at Fort De Soto Park, 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., at 10 to 11 a.m.: Sunday, April 14, a guided walk on the arrowhead trail is planned Saturday, April 20, a guided walk on the beach trail is planned Sunday, April 21, a bird tour is planned Saturday, April 27, a guided walk on the campground trail is planned Sunday, April 28, a guided walk on the beach trail is planned Guests will enjoy the beauty of Fort De Soto Park with a one-hour nature walk great for the entire family. To register and for tour information and meeting locations, call 552-1862. Visit www.pinellascounty.org/park.Forestry hike setTARPON SPRINGS A free forestry hike will be offered Wednesday, April 17, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at Brooker Creek Preserve, 3940 Keystone Road. Attendees will join a local natural resources agent and hike along two miles of boardwalks and natural trails at Brooker Creek Preserve. Participants should come prepared with binoculars, cameras and questions. Questions can also be researched in the resource room upon return to the education center. Advance registration is required. Call 4536800 or visit www.brookercreekpreserve.org.Spring Garden Stroll setCLEARWATER The Spring Garden Stroll will be presented Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Skycrest Neighborhood Welcome Garden, located behind St. Pauls Lutheran Church, 407 S. Saturn Ave. The stroll will begin at the community garden. Ten homes in Skycrest will open their beautiful gardens for attendees viewing pleasure. There is plenty of free parking. The best course for the stroll and the homes participating will be identified. Cost is a $5 donation. Proceeds will be used for many of the neighborhoods educational and beautification projects. 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16A Sports Leader, April 11, 2013 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 Specials Good Sat. April 20, only 9-2 p.m.041113 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 s kin 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 040413 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 022813 Largo Foot and Ankle Center1680 West Bay Drive, Largo, FL727-586-3668Toenail Fungus?Laser Solution!Call 727-586-3668Laser Nail Fungus Treatment kills the fungus that lives in and under the toenail. The laser light passes through the toenail without causing damage to the nail or the surrounding skin. There is a warming sensation and some patients may feel a pinprick. Just walk in and walk out. The laser nail fungus procedure only takes 15-20 minutes. Shoes and nail polish can be worn immediately after the treatment.Dr. Dale R. MonastPodiatric Physician & Surgeon Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons F.D.A. Cleared Neck, Back, Knees, Foot Pain Arthritis, Bursitis, TMJ, Sinusitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Sport Injuries Migraine, Neuropathy, Sciatica Carpal Tunnel Lymphedema Lumina Healing CenterOscar Hernandez, AP2903 Dr. MLK St. N., St. Petersburg727-898-5900 GoLumina.com Fast Acting Painless Noninvasive FDA Approved Get Both Acupuncture &Laser for $65!forPain Laser Valued at $130 Exp.5/31/13041113 Hundreds of women prepare to celebrate 10 years of Iron Girl By ALEXANDRA LUNDAHLCLEARWATER Hundreds of women will come to Clearwater on Sunday, April 14, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Athleta Iron Girl race, a unique womens-only 5K and half marathon that begins at 7:30 and 7 a.m. respectively out of Coachman Park. There will be fun prizes, womens bonding, newly designed medals, and a post-race breakfast caf with a pancake bar and numerous toppings. Everyone will run over the causeway as part of the race. Judy Molnar, vice president of the Iron Girl, said this is always a special race because it is made up only of women. I think the fun thing about the womens-only event is it gives women a chance to be part of a bigger movement and reaching similar goals, and they get to add that social aspect to the race, Molnar said. So many people do this with their family and friends and coworkers, and its just that unique bond for women who come together and do something together on race day. Women finish first in this event. And if youre nervous about doing an event, the great thing is since its all women, you will be embraced, even if you come by yourself. You will feel part of something very special that morning. This year, the races will start and finish at Coachman Park, and people can still register up through race day. Cost for the half marathon is $125; the 5K individual race is $50; and the 5K mother-daughter team race is $100. People can register and pick up their packets on Friday, April 12, 4 to 7 p.m. at Ft2Run, 2223 N. West Shore Blvd., Tampa,; on Saturday, April 13, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Coachman Park, 301 Drew St., Clearwater; or on race day, Sunday, April 14, 5:30 to 6:30 a.m. There will be a four-hour cutoff time for the half marathon, and Iron Girl jewelry only available to winners will be given to the top three finishers in each age group and to the top three motherdaughter teams. There will be 16 divisions for the 5K, starting with ages 9 and younger, then going in five-year increments through age 75 to 79 and then a final group of 80 and older. There will be 14 divisions for the half-marathon, beginning with ages 14 to 19 then also going in five-year increments, topping out at the 80and-older group. All finishers also will receive a custom medal. Each year, the winners jewelry is different. This year, Molnar said it is a sterling silver pendant in a swirl shape, like a shell or a piece of twirled ribbon. It also includes the slogan, Every girl has an iron core. For those who dont win a placement, there still will be plenty of other Iron Girl jewelry available for purchase. This years medals are unique, too, depicting the Memorial Causeway, since every runner must run across it. There are also fashionable Iron Girl shirts, in a pretty heather green, Molnar said, specifically designed to fit women well. Molnar said it is exciting to offer a half marathon, because people must be able to maintain an 18:18-minute-per-mile pace or faster. There is a 75-minute cutoff time for the 5K. A fun feature of this years race is there will be an Iron Girl Prize Patrol at the finish line. No matter what time racers finish, the prize patrol will be walking around, handing out special gifts. Molnar said that racers who have competed in the Iron Girl all 10 years will be recognized, and there also will be fun prizes, such as who has traveled the farthest to attend, who is the oldest runner, who has the most children, and others based on race trivia. Age groups awards of custom Photo courtesy of FINISHERPIXWomen of all ages and backgrounds come together each year for the Iron Girl race, such as pictured here for the 2012 race. See IRON GIRL, page 17A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Get fit with Aqua ZumbaSports 17A Leader, April 11, 2013 TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT YOUR SERVICES, CALL 397-5563 Church And Temple Directory 031413L St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church 1955 S. Belcher Road ClearwaterParish Administration Ofce 727-531-7721 www.SCOSParish.orgDAILY MASS: Monday Friday 7:00am Monday & Wednesday 11:00 am Saturday 8:00 am CONFESSION SCHEDULE: Monday & Wednesday 10:30 am 10:50 am Saturday 3:00 pm 3:50 pm WEEKEND MASS: Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am & 9:00 am (Family Mass) 11:00 am (Traditional Choir) 6:00 pm (Contemporary Choir)031413 Aging with Dignity WorkshopApril 24, 2013 3pm 5pm Limited SeatingCall Gail Clary to Reserve @ 397-5571040413 Estate Planning Checkup Power of Attorney Update Medicaid and Veterans Benefits End of Life Decision Making Assistance for Care Givers FREE to Public (727) 397-55718640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 011013 013113 032813 021413 040413 that is a big step in ones running career. Its a big jump, Molnar said, of ones first half marathon. Thats when youre saying, Im serious. Im ready to run. And its really a feather in your cap for accomplishments. Its when you want to power up to the next challenges. So youve done 5Ks year after year and now you train a little more, and a lot of times that half marathon leads to attempting to do a marathon. Molnar said that any and every woman should run a race sometime in their life. It gives you a sense of accomplishment, Molnar said. Youve done it, and youve done it for yourself. Youve done the work to get there and went the distance to finish. And no one can take that away from you. You own that, and its something personal that youve accomplished. And whether its your first event or your 100th event, theres always a place for you with Iron Girl. Were going to be with you the whole time. Local runner, 54, cruises to victory in 20th annual Stampede By BOB McCLURESEMINOLE There was a content expression on the face of Brian Lester. After more attempts than he could remember, the 54-year-old St. Petersburg runner accomplished a longtime goal April 6 when he captured the overall championship in the 20th annual Stampede 5K run at Walsingham Park. Lester, who competes as a grand master, broke from the field of 133 runners within the first mile and never looked back. He finished the 3.1-mile course in 17 minutes, 56 seconds 13 seconds in front of 27-year-old Clayton Hofstra of Seminole. I usually win my age class, said Lester. But this is the first time to get first place overall. I wasnt proud of my time but I was happy to win. For Hofstra, a University of South Florida medical school grad, it was his last race before heading to South Carolina where he will complete his medical residency. He finished in 18:11 two seconds in front of third-place Charles Anstadt of Seminole. Fourth overall was 18-year-old Scott Scarpinato of Seminole (18:25), followed by 26-year-old Mathew Regan of Buffalo, N.Y. in 18:47. The overall female winner was Kiera Delaurier, 32, of St. Petersburg in 19:14, which was good for seventh overall. Anstadt was the male Grand Master division winner and Lisa McFadden, 42, of Seminole was the female Grand Master winner in 22:41. Age group winners were: Male 10-under, William Stone, 9, Largo, 22:42. Female 10-under, Annaliese Rexroad, 8, Largo, 30:22. Male 11-14, Jared McFadden, 13, Seminole, 20:01. Female 11-14, Hailey Halterman, 14, Seminole, 23:27. Male 15-19, Scarpinato, 18:25. Female 15-19, Livia Chase, 16, North Towawanda, N.Y., 20:26. Male 25-29, Clayton Hofstra, 27, 18:11. Female 25-29, Michelle Jordan, 29, Largo, 25:47. Male 30-34, Carey Bonham, 33, Largo, 19:17. Female 30-34, Jennie Albert, 32, unknown hometown, 21:00. Male 35-39, Scott Dias, 37, St. Petersburg, 19:48. Female 35-39, Andrea Brunger, 37, Largo, 29:20. Male 40-44, Humberto Diaz, 43, Seminole, 22:39. Female 40-44, Brenda George, 42, Pinellas Park, 28:54. Male 45-49, Steve Williams, 46, Largo, 19:21. Female 45-49, Andrea Fortunato, 47, Largo, 24:04. Male 50-54, Walter Lysinger, 54, Largo, 20:37. Female 50-54, Julide Burak, 52, Seminole, 26:21. Male 55-59, Tom Marrah, 55, Seminole, 24:22. Female 55-59, Paula Didham, 56, St. Petersburg, 25:42. Male 60-64, Michael Coyne, 62, St. Petersburg, 19:09. Female 60-64, Tanya Bakenhester, 61, Seminole, 40:59. Male 65-69, Albert Wieringa, 66, St. Petersburg, 19:56. Female 65-69, Millie Hamilton, 69, Redington Beach, 28:35. Male 70-older, James Ladig, 70, Clearwater, 24:41. Female 70-older, Cathy Dehaan, 71, Seminole, 35:05.Photos by BOB McCLUREAbove, a field of 133 runners starts the 20th annual Seminole Stampede 5K race April 6 at Walsingham Park. At left, Brian Lester of St. Petersburg won with a time of 17 minutes, 56 seconds.This weeks forecast looks better for kingfishIts mid-season for kingfish on our coast and so far weve yet to see a real big push of fish. However, there are some nice fish being caught in our area. The best locations thus far have been around the Skyway Bridge and the shipping channel. This area seems to be holding the most bait, so naturally that is were kingfish will be. Until we get that huge influx of threadfins off the beach we wont see the schools of Spanish mackerel and kingfish in our near-shore waters. But Spanish mackerel are schooling in good numbers around the Skyway pier area. Anglers casting silver spoons and Gotcha plugs are doing well throughout the day, with sunrise and sundown being peak times. Inshore, trout and redfish have both been cooperating well on these new moon tides. Target deep water flats directly adjacent to the extreme shallows on the low incoming tide, for a chance at both species. Spoil islands, no-motor zone flats and just about anywhere else that you can find clean, good moving water are potential hot spots. Casting top-water lures first thing in the morning will help you locate active fish. Flats fish are much more active now than a few weeks ago, making them much more likely to respond to the loud commotion put out by the top-water plug. Pompano are in for sure. Lots of pompano are being caught off the bridges and piers as well as deep dropoffs around spoil islands inside of the passes. Pompano feed best on fast moving tides and low light conditions. Traditional hot spots would be the Bayway Bridge, the Tierra Verde Bridge, and Pass-A-Grille channel. 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 IRON GIRL, from page 16APhoto courtesy of FINISHERPIXThis years race is the 10th anniversary of the Iron Girl, set for Sunday, April 14.LARGO The Largo Aquatics Division now offers Aqua Zumba, a high-energy water exercise class, on Wednesday evenings, 6:15 p.m., at the Southwest pool, at 13120 Vonn Road. Zumba is a Latin-inspired cardio dance workout with music that conditions and tones the body. Adding water resistance to Zumba allows individuals to receive a more intense cardio-based workout in a low-impact environment. Instructor Angelique Renaud will lead the class in 4 feet of water, so no swimming skills are required. However, participants should be comfortable in waist-deep water and must be at least 12 years old. As with any exercise program, check with your doctor before starting. A lifeguard will be on duty during all class times. Aqua Zumba is a drop-in class; no preregistration required or punch cards accepted. Classes are $5 per person for Largo residents, $6.25 for nonresidents or $9.25 for guests. For more information, visit LargoPools.com or call 518-3126. Visit www.TBNweekly.com Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesLeader Section B April 11, 2013Visit www.TBNweekly.com By LEE CLARK ZUMPEThe Tampa Bay Blues Festival will run April 12-14, at Vinoy Park, 500 Bay Shore Drive NE. For 2013, festival headliners will include Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Jonny Lang, Tab Benoit and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. Single day tickets are $35 in advance or $40 the day of the show. A three-day pass is available for $90 in advance. Visit www.tampabaybluesfest.com. Since 1995, the biggest names in blues music have traveled to the area to play the Tampa Bay Blues Festival, annual event attracting blues enthusiasts from all over the world. Set on the shores of Tampa Bay at the scenic Vinoy Park, attendees this year will be treated to a showcase of American blues music, performed in a beautiful tropical setting. The Tampa Bay Blues Festival is staged at Vinoy Waterfront Park in downtown St. Petersburg. On Friday and Saturday, gates will open at around noon. On Sunday, the gates will open at about 12:30 p.m. The main entry gate is located on Fifth Avenue Northeast and Bayshore Drive. Tickets are available for sale at the main gate. Will call is also handled at the main gate. All ticket sales, including beverage tickets, must be purchased with cash. Tickets are not required to purchase food products. ATMs are available at the main entry gate and the northwest corner of Vinoy Park. The following items will not be permitted on the festival grounds: coolers, bicycles, pets, recording devices and alcohol. No umbrellas or shade canopies may be set up in front of the main stage area. An area designated toward the rear of the park is available for those who intend to bring small umbrellas or shade canopies. No large tents may be set up under any circumstances.2013 headlinersA founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, D i c k e y B e t t s possesses one of the most distinctive voices in music today. Betts mastery of his distinctive seamless style of lyrical melody and rhythm has made him one of the most influential guitarists of the last 50 years. He marries country, jazz, blues and rock into one unparalleled sound. According to his Facebook page, Betts joined several bands in the 1960s and eventually formed a band with bassist Berry Oakley. One fateful night in 1969, Betts and Oakleys band jammed with another local group featuring Duane and Gregg Allman, marking the birth of the Allman Brothers Band. In addition to matching bandleader Duane Allman lick for lick, Betts also wrote such memorable songs as Revival and the instrumental tour de force In Memory of Elizabeth Reed. After the Allman Brothers Band split up in 1976, Betts formed Dickey Betts and Great Southern a band that has since enjoyed manyBlues on the bayThree-day festival features Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Tab Benoit Photo courtesy of DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONSThe Tampa Bay Blues Festival welcomes Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers April 12. different incarnations. Over the last 30 years, Betts has recorded and toured with the Dickey Betts Band, a reformed Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts and Great Southern. Dickey Betts and Great Southern will play Friday, April 12, 8:30 p.m. At age 12, J o n n y L a n g picked up the guitar. His father had taken him to see the Bad Medicine Blues Band one of only a handful of blues bands in North Dakota at the time. Lang ended up taking lessons from that bands guitar player, Ted Larsen; and only a few months later, Lang joined the band. Renamed Jonny Lang & The Big Bang, the band independently Photo by PHILIP GOULD/CONCORD MUSIC GROUPTab Benoit returns to Vinoy Park April 14 as part of this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival. See BLUES, page 3B The Power of Knowledge ... 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Sandy Reynolds treated us above and beyond the call of duty. The whole process was first class. Thanks. Dave Borgatt 041113Sandy 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. 021413 Full festival lineupBoasting a state-of-the-art sound system, this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival promises to be one of the biggest events on the Tampa Bay music scene. Following is the festival lineup: F r i d a y A p r i l 1 2 Dave Fields, 12:30 p.m. Lucky Peterson, 2:30 p.m. Janiva Magness, 4:30 p.m. Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, 6:30 p.m. Dickey Betts & Great Southern, 8:30 p.m. S a t u r d a y A p r i l 1 3 Marquise Knox, 12:30 p.m. Eddy The Chief Clearwater, 2:30 p.m. Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, 4:30 p.m. Curtis Salgado, 6:30 p.m. Jonny Lang, 8:30 p.m. S u n d a y A p r i l 1 4 Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys, 1 p.m. Walter Wolfman Washington, 2:30 p.m. Royal Southern Brotherhood featuring Cyril Neville, Devon Allman & Mike Zito, 4:30 p.m. Tab Benoit, 6:30 p.m. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, 8:30 p.m. A trio of Alligator Records artists will take the stage at this years festival.Palladium to host After ShowsA series of Tampa Bay Blues Festival After Shows will be presented Friday and Saturday, April 12-13, at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. The Palladium is within walking distance of Vinoy Park and offers a beautiful setting to enjoy additional music while socializing with friends and blues fans from around the country. This concert series features some of the best blues bands from the festival, all performing in the intimate setting of the Palladium Theater. The ticket price for each nights show is $20. Tickets are available online and at the door each evening. Seating is limited. To purchase tickets for the After Show events, visit www.tampabaybluesfest.com. The lineup for the series follows: F r i d a y A p r i l 1 2 Dave Fields 10:15 p.m. Janiva Magness 11:30 p.m. Lucky Peterson 12:45 a.m. S a t u r d a y A p r i l 1 3 Marquise Knox 10:15 p.m. Curtis Salgado 11:30 p.m. Sugar Ray & The Bluetones 12:45 a.m.Photo by PETERWOCHNIAK/ALLIGATOR RECORDSJaniva Magness performs as part of this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival as well as the festivals after shows April 12. 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Keene Road. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door. Limited reserved seats are available. Call 518-3131. T h e S o u t h P a s a d e n a C o m m u n i t y B a n d Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m., at Galatea Garden, 7001 Sunset Drive, South Pasadena. The band will present Galetea Favorites at this free concert. The program will include selections such as Raymond Overture, Les Miserables, and New York 1927. Attendees may bring lawn chairs. T h e F l o r i d a O r c h e s t r a : S y m p h o n i c D a n c e s a n d R h a p s o d i e s ; Friday, April 12, 10 a.m., and Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m., at The Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg; and Sunday, April 14, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $15. Call 892-3337 or visit www.floridaorchestra.org. From contemplative to frenzied, it is a night of folk dance-inspired favorites from Brahms Hungarian Dances, Dvorks Slavonic Dances, Bartoks Dance Suite and Kodlys Dances of Galanta ... along with John Adams The Chairman Dances and Bernsteins Three Dance Episodes from On The Town. Perry So conducts. A B B A T h e C o n c e r t Friday, April 12, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $36. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. For those who enjoyed Mamma Mia, this concert is a nonstop dance party. Its the closest thing to ABBA on stage today in fact, the official ABBA Fan Club has named this group the best ABBA tribute band in the world. Two original ABBA rhythm section members are in this band, delivering ABBA favorites including Mamma Mia S.O.S. Money Money Money, The Winner Takes It All Waterloo Gimme, Gimme, Gimme and Dancing Queen. F i l m s i n t h e P a r k Friday, April 12, 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 Dolphin Tale. For information, call 812-4531. T h e A m i s h P r o j e c t by Jessica Dickey, presented by American Stage Theatre, April 12 through May 12; previews April 11, at the Raymond James Theatre, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg. Call 823-PLAY (7529) or visit www.americanstage.org. Generally, main stage performances are Wednesday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $29 to $59 depending on the date and time of the performance. D u n e d i n H i g h l a n d G a m e s Saturday, April 13, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Highlander Park, 1920 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin. The annual event features a day of beautiful crafts, feats of athletic strength, dazzling dancing, a wee bit of family history, exceptional music and delicious Scottish, Irish and British foods. The Dunedin Highland Games were implemented in 1965 to raise funds to support the three Scottish bands of Dunedin, including the City of Dunedin Pipe Band, the Dunedin High School Scottish Highlander Band and the Dunedin Highland Middle School Band. Funds also go to improve, develop and maintain the standards and quality of Dunedins Highland games and associated activities. The games and festival also serve to entertain the public while informing them of the Scottish culture. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate. This years entertainment will include musical performances by The Fighting Jamesons. Visit www.dunedin highlandgames.com. W e i r d A l Y a n k o v i c Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $35. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Weird Al Yankovic, the biggest-selling comedy recording artist of all time, returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. Few would have guessed that Weird Al Yankovic, who as a shy, accordion-playing teenager got his start sending in homemade tapes to the Dr. Demento Radio Show, would go on to become the Other top diversions this week Other top diversions this weekbiggest-selling comedy recording artist in history with more than 12 million album sales. Now entering his fourth career decade, he has won three Grammy Awards, and countless awards and accolades for Weird Al classics such as Eat It, Like a Surgeon, Fat, Smells Like Nirvana, Amish Paradise and The Saga Begins. His most recent album, Alpocalypse, was released in 2011, charting at No. 9 in Billboard magazine the highest debut of his storied career. The first single from the album was the Lady Gaga parody Perform This Way. Alpocalypse was nominated for two Grammy Awards, for Best Comedy Album and Best Short Form Video for the Perform This Way music video. Sunsation Show Chorus presents M a d e I n T h e 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. L a u r a S h e p h e r d Tuesday, April 16, 7 p.m., at The Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg. Shepherd will present an evening of uplifting entertainment. She will sing and play and show music videos in this intimate acoustic setting. Admission is $10. Shepherds songwriting combines a down-to-earth spirit with an international worldview. Born in Paris, shes traveled the world from diplomatic circles in Geneva, to the dirt roads of South America. With her hands in the earth, she has worked 20 years in Fredericksburg, Va., founding an organic non-profit. For information, call 895-6620 or visit www.studio620.org. M i k e T y s o n : U n d i s p u t e d T r u t h 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.April 11, 2013CapricornDecember 22 January 19 The pastures are not always greener on the other side. Exchange your envy for gratitude for what you have, and watch your blessings multiply, Capricorn.AquariusJanuary 20 February 18 Look before you leap, Aquarius. More thought, less talk, and the solution will come. Romance burns bright at home. Take advantage of it.PiscesFebruary 19 March 20 A film leads to introspection, which leads to a walk down memory lane. A reunion is inevitable, and youre just the one to plan it, Pisces.AriesMarch 21 April 19 All hands on deck, Aries. You cant go it alone this time. A friends casual observations make you rethink a project. Perhaps you should hire a pro.TaurusApril 20 May 20 Strategize, Taurus. Devise a plan of attack before you begin for the best results possible. Budgetary constraints lift with a new source of revenue.GeminiMay 21 June 21 Conflict hits a new high. You could play mediator, but why bother when there is fun to be had, Gemini. Look to an outdoor adventure to ease the tension.CancerJune 22 July 22 An announcement is made, and congratulations are in order. Be gracious, Cancer, and it will be your turn next. A meddling in-law pushes the envelope.LeoJuly 23 August 22 Clip and save is the motto of this week, Leo. You could use an improvement in your bottom line, and getting there will be easy with all of the savings around you.VirgoAugust 23 September 22 Feel like youve had too much of a good thing, Virgo? Perhaps you have. Stop taking and start giving back. You wont believe the change that comes about.LibraSeptember 23 October 22 Lace up your boots, Libra. Life as you know it is about to get adventurous. A friend goes out of their way to include you in their plans.ScorpioOctober 23 November 21 A loved one makes an announcement. Dont rain on their parade, Scorpio. Congratulate them and keep your reservations to yourself. A deadline is extended.SagittariusNovember 22 December 21 Forget about it, Sagittarius. Stop trying to figure out what the competition has up their sleeves and start fine-tuning your own plans. Something is off. Across1. Calmer 7. Thailand currency 12. Sketched again 13. Continent with North, South and Central 17. Bloodsucking ___ fly 18. Wanting company 19. Agitated state 20. Pull out feathers 21. Auction offering 22. Toys with tails 23. Coastal raptor 24. "Stop that!" (contraction) 25. Arabic for "commander" 26. Small cave 27. Do without 28. Anita Brookner's "Hotel du ___" 29. Change 30. "Mi chiamano Mimi," e.g. 31. Lightheaded people? (2 wds) 36. Bringing up the rear 37. Bad end 38. "___ moment" 39. Heirloom location 41. "Minimum" amount 42. ___-bodied 43. Reprimand, with "out" 44. Canine tooth 45. Draft holder 46. "Aladdin" prince 47. Liking 48. 16th letter of the alphabet (pl.) 49. Small colored pieces thrown on festive occasions 51. Missouri feeder 53. Available (2 wds) 54. Passageways between seating areas 55. Incorrect 56. DirectsDown1. Small scrap of food left after a meal 2. Least favorable environment for survival 3. Myzogomatic children (2 wds) 4. More chichi 5. Exams 6. Female sheep 7. Fox trotting, e.g. (2 wds) 8. Measure 9. Beginning of a conclusion 10. Arduous journey 11. ___ boom bah! 14. Potato pest (2 wds) 15. ___ friends 16. Begin (2 wds) 20. Concealed 22. Food for sea urchins 24. "Whatcha ___?" 26. Chap 27. Gift tag word 29. Reduced Instruction Set Computer (acronym) 30. ___ vera 32. Detective, at times 33. Swamplike 34. One who engages for service in the armed forces 35. Caught in the act 39. Counting devices with beads 40. Claw 41. Malicious 42. Relaxed and comfortable (2 wds) 44. String bean's opposite 45. Divided 47. Alarm 50. Handful 51. ___ de deux 52. Cousin of -trix Place a Number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine.Sudoku answers from last weekSudokuCrosswordHoroscopesCrossword answers from last week Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Choice Sirloin SteakChoice of Potato & Soup or Salad$10.95$9.95Thursday4pm-CloseChoice Prime RibFried or broiled haddock. Choice of Potato and Corn on the Cob and Hush Puppies8oz.Choice of Potato and Soup or Salad Early Birds4-6:30pm$695Beer & WineChoose from 7 entrees.Includes Salad or Soup Potato or Vegetable & Fresh Baked Rolls & FREE PUDDING! Monday & Tuesday Kids Eat FREE From the Kids Menu 12 & Under 2 Kids Per 1 AdultFriday4pm-CloseFabulous Fish Fry Daily Breakfast SpecialsEveryday FREE Glass of Draft Beer w/Entree after 6:30pm released the album Smokin in 1996 Lang was just 14 years old. A record deal with A&M followed and Lang next released Lie to Me in 1997 and Wander This World in 1998. The latter earned him his first Grammy nomination. Langs most recent studio album, Turn Around, was released in 2006 and offers a mix of gospel and blues. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. Lang last appeared at the festival in 2011. He will perform Saturday, April 13, 8:30 p.m. Born in 1967, T a b B e n o i t grew up in Houma, La. A Cajun man who knows his blues, he began playing guitar as a teen when he hung out at the Blues Box, a ramshackle music club and cultural center in Baton Rouge. Learning the ropes from guitarist and club owner Tabby Thomas, Benoit played alongside some high-profile regulars such as Raful Neal and Henry Gray. Soon, Benoit established his own band. His stripped-down bass-and-drums unit was propelled by Benoits solid guitar skills and leathery, Cajun-spiced vocal attack. He took his show on the road in the early s and hasnt stopped since. His first studio album, Nice and Warm, was released on Justice Records in 1992. Since then, Benoit has released about a dozen albums, including Medicine, his latest studio release on Telarc. The 11-track Medicine features seven new Benoit originals co-written with ace songwriter Anders Osborne. Engineered by David Z, Medicine, Medicine spotlights the work of keyboardist Ivan Neville, drummer Brady Blade and bassist Corey Duplechin. Benoit will play Sunday, April 14, 6:30 p.m. T r o y T r o m b o n e S h o r t y A n d r e w s a trombone and trumpet player, is a product of New Orleans culturally rich Treme neighborhood. By the age of 6, he was a bandleader. Since the release of their Grammy-nominated 2010 debut album, Backatown, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue have grown creatively while winning new fans performing nonstop on five continents. Their latest album, For True, further defines the signature sound Andrews has dubbed Supafunkrock. There was excitement from everywhere, says Andrews in a press release from the Rosebud Agency, the artists management firm. We did over 200 shows in the last year and a half, and every night we allowed the music to take us over. Musically and creatively, we wanted to shoot for some different things. The band stirs together oldschool jazz, funk and soul, laced with hard-rock power chords and hip-hop beats, and theyve added some tangy new ingredients on For True as they keep pushing the envelope, exploring new musical territory. We never sat down and really thought about concepts and what we wanted our music to sound like, Andrews says. Its just that, over the years, we allowed each one of the band members to bring their influences and taste in music into our music. Anything we hear or are influenced by, it naturally comes out in what were trying to do. Its just our sound, and it happened naturally. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will play Sunday, April 14, 8:30 p.m.Other bandsJaniva Magness, Eddy The Chief Clearwater and Curtis Salgado are all scheduled to perform and are all affiliated with Chicago-based independent blues label Alligator Records. The label was founded by Bruce Iglauer in 1971. Since then, it has released more than 250 blues and bluesrock albums. Award-winning blues and soul artist J a n i v a M a g n e s s is touring in support of her latest Alligator Records CD, Stronger for It. A charismatic vocalist and songwriter known for her electrifying live shows, Magness is among the premier blues and R&B singers in the world today. Her voice possesses an earthy, raw honesty born from her life experience. She was recently nominated for five 2013 Blues Music Awards, including B.B. fans ready for a taste of the real West Side Chicago blues. Award-winning vocalist/songwriter/harmonica icon C u r t i s S a l g a d o is currently touring in support of his blistering Alligator Records debut CD, Soul Shot. Winner of the 2012 Blues Music Award for Soul Blues Artist Of The Year, Salgado effortlessly mixes R&B, funk and blues with a delivery that is raw and heartfelt. He moves with ease from tender ballads to the most full-throated stompers. Salgado was recently nominated for four 2013 Blues Music Awards, including B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year, Soul Blues Album Of The Year, Soul Blues Male Artist Of The Year and Song Of The Year for She Didnt Cut Me Loose from Soul Shot. Also performing this year will be R o d P i a z z a & T h e M i g h t y F l y e r s While some may confuse Rod Piazza as one of the young turks or part of a new generation of the blues, the artist has actually been making records longer than his mentor George Harmonica Smith did. In fact, Piazza has been a recording artist for more years than Little Walter was alive. According to his bio at Delta Groove Productions, Piazzas infatuation with blues began at a time when many of the masters were still in their prime years, and in the mid 1960s when the first blues revival was picking up steam, he was in the thick of it. A decade later hed already released five albums, and was one of the leading lights of the West Coast Blues scene. In the early s he joined forces with Otis Spann disciple Honey Alexander (now his wife) on piano, and when they formed the Mighty Flyers in the early 1980s, his career really hit its stride. Since then, Piazza and the Mighty Flyers have played literally thousands of shows in every corner of the globe and recorded more than over a dozen highly acclaimed releases.Best of Both WorldsFathom Events to screen classic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode at select theaters April 25 By LEE CLARK ZUMPEYou will be assimilated. Resistance is futile. For fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation, that grim pronouncement evokes memories of one of the most unforgettable foes the crew of the Enterprise ever faced: The Borg. While The Borg appeared in many franchise episodes and films, none is as significant as the ST:TNG two-part episode The Best of Both Worlds. Now, thanks to NCM Fathom Events, CBS Home Entertainment and IGN, fans will have an opportunity to see this pivotal episode on the big screen. Star Trek: The Next Generation The Best of Both Worlds will beam into select cinemas on Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m. local time. The fan-favorite two-part episode The Best of Both Worlds is comprised of the third season finale and the fourth season premiere, with Part 1 making TV Guides list of TVs Top 100 Episodes of All Time. The episodes have been remastered into a feature-length presentation and will be presented on the big screen. Tickets for Star Trek: The Next Generation The Best of Both Worlds are available at presenting theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. The event will be broadcast to more than 550 select movie theaters across the country through NCMs exclusive Digital Broadcast Network. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit www.FathomEvents.com. In the Tampa Bay area, the event will appear in the following theaters: Regency 20 with IMAX, 2496 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon Park Place Stadium 16, 7200 U.S. 19, Pinellas Park Hyde Park Cinebistro, 1609 W. Swann Ave., Tampa Citrus Stadium Park Mall 20, 7999 Citrus Park Town Center Mall, Tampa Grove 16 Cinemas, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel Theres little doubt that fans will enjoy this digitally restored and remastered presentation in high definition. The fascinating storyline follows the cybernetic alien race, the Borg, as they abduct and transform Capt. Jean-Luc Picard into a half-Borg, half-human called Locutus. Meanwhile, the Enterprise crew must race against time to intercept the nefarious Borg cube before it reaches Earth to enslave humanity. Fans have been discussing these historic episodes since they first aired, and were excited to present them like never before, newly improved and on the big screen, said Ken Ross in a press release. Ross is executive vice president and general manager of CBS Home Entertainment. This special event will ensure that The Best of Both Worlds will remain a classic throughout the 21st Century and beyond. Gene Roddenberry created Star Trek: The Next Generation as the second phase of the Star Trek franchise. The new series premiered in 1987, 21 years after the debut of the original Star Trek series. Featuring one of the most endearing ensemble casts in television history, ST:TNG ran for seven seasons and delivered 176 episodes. The series featured the continuing voyages of the Starship Enterprise, set in the 24th century. After the success of the first two Star Trek: The Next Generation events, we couldnt wait to bring additional seasons back to the big screen for fans to enjoy, said Shelly Maxwell, executive vice president of NCM Fathom Events. Fans will be absolutely thrilled with the presentation of these Next Generation classics. The Best of Both Worlds stars Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner and Wil Wheaton. The episode was written by Michael Piller and directed by Cliff Bole. The first part aired originally on June 18, 1990. The conclusion, which kicked off the series fourth season, aired Sept. 24, 1990. Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 and The Best of Both Worlds will be released on Blu-ray on April 30. In addition to the Borg storyline, the shows third season features many other highlights. According to Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki, the season is marked by a string of abductions, with six people being kidnapped, and Captain Picard being abducted no less than three times. Picard is abducted by aliens, takes a vacation which eventually gets him caught up in the search for a weapon from the future, mind melds with the legendary Vulcan Sarek, and is mistaken for a god by a primitive culture. In the episode Yesterdays Enterprise, the Enterprise-C arrives from the past, causing a shift in reality and the return of the deceased Tasha Yar. In Sins of the Father, Worf goes on trial to prove his fathers innocence after the Klingon High Council declares that Worfs father is a traitor, and worked with the Romulans all along. This season also saw the addition of Reginald Barclay to the crew of the Enterprise-D while Wesley Crusher is promoted to the rank of full ensign by Captain Picard. Photo courtesy of FATHOM EVENTSCaptain Picard (Patrick Stewart), left, is abducted by a Borg drone in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Best of Both Worlds. The remastered episode will be shown in select movie theaters on April 25.Continuing voyagesOf course, the Star Trek franchise continues to flourish. Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Trek Into Darkness will hit the big screen in May. The film will open in IMAX 3-D on May 15 and will expand into 3-D and 2-D theaters on May 17. In the wake of a shocking act of terror from within their own organization, the crew of the Enterprise is called back home to Earth. In defiance of regulations and with a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads his crew on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice. As these heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew. BLUES, from page 1BKing Entertainer Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Contemporary Blues Female Artist Of The Year, Contemporary Blues Album Of The Year and Song Of The Year for I Wont Cry from Stronger for It. Magness won the 2009 Blues Music Award for B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year. She is only the second woman to ever win this award, Koko Taylor being the first. She also won the Contemporary Blues Female Artist Of The Year, an honor she also received in 2006 and 2007. West Side Chicago blues legend E d d y T h e C h i e f C l e a r w a t e r will be performing songs from his Alligator debut, West Side Strut at this years festival. Clearwater is an intense, flamboyant, blues-rocking showman. Hes equally comfortable playing the deepest, most heartfelt blues or rocking, good-time party music. West Side Strut showcases Clearwaters untamed guitar work and his tough and gruff vocals as well as the strength of the songs. According to his bio, Clearwater loves to perform and can usually be found tearing it up somewhere around the world on any given night. Hes played everywhere from Russia, Turkey, and Romania to Brazil and Alaska. At this years festival, he will be strutting his slicing guitar licks, his rock-fueled blues, rockabilly, country and gospel gumbo and his uninhibited live show to Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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[(+')-119(+CAN)-119()-119(G:9>I)-119(/8DG:)-119()>C>f BJB)-121(0D)-121(A:6GC)-121(BDG:)-121()-121(688:HH)-123(ADf 86AA>HI>CC<)-113(DG)-113(*DI)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(0DE)-19( DAA6G)-19(,6>9r)-19(3:)-19(DB:)-19(ID)-19(4DJ)]TJ 0.016 Tc -0.016 Tw T* [(CN)-122()6@:)D9:Ar)-121(6AA)-121(;DG)-121(%CHI6CI)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (+;;:G\007bfr)Tj 6 0 0 6 466.7637 382.508 Tm [(b&$',+)+% %* +) % % 0G6>C;DG,:8=C>86A\0376G::GH)-1(6I)]TJ 0.139 -1.071 Td [(H8IG6>Cr:9Jr*DDBEJI:G!ME:G>f :C8:*::9:9&D7EA68:B:CI)]TJ -0.086 -1.071 Td [(HH>HI6C8:r$/ >EADB6#! )]TJ 0.809 -1.071 Td [(6BJHIr/I6GI>BB:9>6I:AN)]TJ 1.507 -1.071 Td (bff\000"b *%+.&)"b*+)+ %+ rBDr;DG\020BDHrb\005$><=)]TJ 1.359 -1.071 Td [(/E::9%CI:GC:IHI6GI>CA67A:rb)]TJ 0 Tc 0 Tw 0.52 -1.071 Td [(/!)1(H@)1(DJI)1(/)!)1( %CHI6AA6I>DC\037((*DL)]TJ 0.906 -1.071 Td (bf\000b) -)\t+D=\ F40?n -J6A>;N)-1(;DGCN)-1(EDGI>DCD;)]TJ -2.721 -1.071 Td [(rB>A:FJ6GI:GAN)-1(7DCJH\003r)]TJ 0.415 -1.071 Td [(/6;:IN\003r,GD9J8I>DC\003r)]TJ -0.944 -1.071 Td [(),#r\022BDCI=H)-1(+0.:ME:G>:C8:r)]TJ 3.968 -1.071 Td (bfr LLLr9G>K:@C><=Ir8DBr)]TJ 6 0 0 6 481.1367 196.5003 Tm ("b?8C4?+?08<44@%44343%&. :8DB:G>K:G;DG:GC:G)]TJ -1.278 -1.071 Td [(!CI:GEG>H:Hr!6GC\003E:GL::@)]TJ 2.996 -1.071 Td [((D86A\037 (G6>C>CC)-20(BDG:)-20(I=6C)-20(6)-20(B>Af A>DC)-89(E:DEA:)-89(L6A@>C<)-89(6C9)-89(G6>H>C<)]TJ 0.051 Tc -0.051 Tw T* [(BDC:N)-87(ID)-86(HJEEDGI)-86(I=:)-86()6G8=)-86(D;)]TJ 0.074 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [( >B:Hr)-517(0=:)-517(L6A@)-517(HI6GIH)-517(6I)]TJ -0.001 Tc T* [(LLLrB6G8=;DG767>:HrDGDC6AAN)]TJ 0.636 -1.071 Td [(688G:9>I:9r+CAN)-1(r!5,6Nr)]TJ -0.779 -1.071 Td [(!HI67A>H=:9\020r\036G:9>I:9r)]TJ 4.415 -1.071 Td (bf LLLr9>EADB66I=DB:r8DBr\000b&) #%*# #G:6I)-117(>CK:HIB:CI)-117(.:A6M)-117()-117(:C?DN)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(8DJCIGN)-131(A>;:HINA:)-130(:6JI>;JAAN)-131(9:K:Af DE:9)-106()-106(ID)-106()-106(68G:)-106(=DB:H>I:Hr)]TJ 0.018 Tc -0.018 Tw T* [(J;JA)-119(L:6I=:G)]TJ 0.043 Tc -0.043 Tw T* [(ADL)-94(I6M:H)-94(ADL)-94(9DLCr)-94(">C6C8>C<)]TJ 0.07 Tc -0.07 Tw T* [(;GDB)-67(BDCI=r)-67(6AA)-67(+LC:G)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (bfr)Tj 6 0 0 6 566.0149 360.017 Tm [(b)+)-121(+%%**)-121(-) +/ D;)-197($DB:H)-197()-197((6C9)-197(/DJI=:6HI)]TJ T* [()DJCI6>CH)-756(26AA:NH)-756("6GBH)]TJ 0.037 Tc -0.037 Tw T* [(3DD9:9)-100(0G68IH)-100(#6I:9)-100(DBBJf C>INr)-58(bf)-58(#:DG<:)-58($6Bf >AIDC)-133((6C9)-133()-133(J8I>DC)-133(0()-133(r)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(LLLr=6B>AIDC6J8I>DCr8DBrb-/\034(, '$%+ &')+&)\032)) f3::@)-1($6C9HfDCG6>C>C<)]TJ -0.78 -1.071 Td [(/8=DDAr\036JAA9DO:GH\03668@=D:H !M86K6IDGHr*6I>DC6A\037:GI>;>86f I>DCHr\(>;:I>B:&D7,A68:B:CI)]TJ -0.669 -1.071 Td [(HH>HI6C8:r\036:C:;>IH)-1(!A><>7A:)]TJ 2.955 -1.071 Td (bfr\000"b *&&#\033 '#&$ /IJ9N)-1(DCA>C:r#G69:H)-1(frG6CHf ;:GG:9>IH)-1(;GDBNDJGEG:K>DJH)-1(=><=)]TJ 0.052 -1.071 Td [(H8=DDAr//G:9>I:9PG:8DO:9N)-1(8DAA:<:Hr\037((*+3)]TJ 3.582 -1.071 Td (bf)Tj -3.926 -1.071 Td [(LLLr6B:G>86C=><=H8=DDArJH)-1()]TJ 6 0 0 6 610.7261 165.0089 Tm [(b" ##\031\031,*+ ) 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[("G::)-1295(.:8DG9:9)-1295():HH6<:r)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (bfr\000b &%#/\017\000fr \023,0"%/$,+*0++* $DC96\023$,\ A:HH)-2(\033\003 "G:: :A>K:GN)-1(>C"ADG>96 HIDG\C: /I6I:.D69\023 HIDG"(\000 bfr\000b')%%+\000&%* ) %)Tj -0.05 -1.071 Td (&'+ &% 06A@)-1(L>I=G>C<)]TJ -6.689 -1.071 Td [(69DEI>DC:ME:GIrDJ=DDH:;GDB)]TJ 1.691 -1.071 Td [(;6B>A>:H)-1(C6I>DCL>9:r\(>K>C<)]TJ 0.194 -1.071 Td [(:ME:CH:H)-1(E6>9r\0376AA\021r)]TJ -1.553 -1.071 Td [(77NH)-1(+C:GJ:#>;I\0359DEI>DCHr)]TJ 3.886 -1.071 Td (bf "(r\(>8r\002r\000b)&+)/ %+)%+ &%#\000 7J>A9H)-1(E:68:C9JC9:GHI6C9>C<)]TJ -0.495 -1.071 Td [(I=GDJ<=:9J86I>DCr"DGBDG:>C;DGf B6I>DCK>H>ILLLrGDI6GNrDGH)]TJ -0.307 -1.071 Td [(B:HH6<:EGDK>9:9N)-1(,6E:G=6>C)]TJ 0.093 -1.071 Td [(NDJGAD86ADBBJC>IN)-1(E6E:Grb*-)-23(&%)-23(#)-23(+-b)-23( %+)%+)]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf 0.048 Tc 0.001 Tw 0 -1.039 TD [( ><>I6A)-89(,=DC:)-89(/6I:AA>I:r)-89(4DJK:)]TJ 0.019 Tc -0.019 Tw 0 -1.071 TD [(#DI)-118()-118(=D>8:)-118(+EI>DCH)-118(;GDB)-118((()]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(B6?DG)-19()-19(H:GK>8:)-19(EGDK>9:GHr)-19(6AA)-19(JH)-20(ID)]TJ T* [(A:6GCBDG:\007bfr\b*" %\030+-\013,%+ %)]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw -1.463 -1.071 Td [(,GDE:GIN)-1(>CI=:=:6GID;':CIJ8@N)]TJ 0.611 -1.071 Td [()6CN)-1(EGDE:GI>:H)-1(L6>I>C<;DGNDJ)]TJ 0.555 -1.071 Td [(G6C<>C<;GDB\024G:H)-1(ID\022)]TJ 1.634 -1.071 Td [(68G:Hr=>I6@:G\0366C@)]TJ 0.51 -1.071 Td (bfr\000"b*$&" *\030*&#,+\023f "6GB\035J8I>DC\000/6IJG96N\035EG>A\021I=\000 G68IDGH)-1("6GB!FJ>EB:CI\021)]TJ 1.162 -1.071 Td [(*>8:$DB:Hr'CDMK>AA:*\000 )86GI:G\035J8I>DC%C8r\000 bf\000J8I>DC\(>8\000 LLLrB886GI:G6J8I>DCr8DBb*+&'\036%+\030%$&*(, +& %0!/\036JN)-1(/L6BE#6IDG*6IJG6A)]TJ 0.001 -1.071 Td [(%CH:8I.:E:AA:CIr"6B>AN,:I/6;:r)]TJ 2.802 -1.071 Td [(.:E:AH)-1(*Df/::f1BHr)]TJ -0.75 -1.071 Td [(K6>A67A:\0358:$6G9L6G: 0=:$DB: :EDI\000)]TJ 6 0 0 6 831.3206 184.7271 Tm [(b *,))&+$&+))Tj 3.416 -1.071 Td (% ,A:6H:=:AEJH)-1(=6K:DJGN)]TJ -0.111 -1.071 Td [(#:C:GDJH)-1(DBE:CH6I>DC,6>9r)]TJ -0.027 -1.071 Td [(6AA\035IIDGC:N)-1(=6GADII: 6C8>J)]TJ 3.441 -1.071 Td (bfr "(\0366G\002r)]TJ 6 0 0 6 829.7666 119.6346 Tm [(b+%%**)-558(.+))&%+)-558()]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf 0.074 Tc 0.001 Tw 0 -1.039 TD [( :K:ADEB:CIr)-376(3>C9/L:EI)-376(DC)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0 -1.071 TD [(=:GD@::)-42((6@:)-42((DI)-42(EG>8:H)-43(G:9J8:9)]TJ 0.018 Tc -0.018 Tw T* [(f)-119(/I6GI>C<)-119(6I)-119()-119(>C)]TJ 0.035 Tc -0.035 Tw T* [()DGG>HIDLC)-102(0*r)-102(*:6G)-102(H=:K>AA:)]TJ 0.075 Tc 0 Tw T* [(*)-1051()-1051('CDMK>AA:r)-1051( :I6>AH)]TJ 0.05 Tc -0.05 Tw T* [(bf)-87(DG)-87(K>H>I)-87(L:7H>I:)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(LLLr0*L6I:G;GDCIr8DBr)]TJ 6 0 0 6 830.1355 47.725 Tm [(b tfrnfbr\027 \034\035\020\033 #\020 #\036! !! \032$\034\006\021! $\033#)]TJ 0.02 Tc 0 Tw 3.124 -1.115 Td [( )1( )1()1( )1( )]TJ /T1_31 1 Tf 0.019 Tc -0.019 Tw 18.999 0 Td [(b)]TJ /T1_30 1 Tf 0.001 Tw 8.295 0 Td [("\023\020 )]TJ /T1_31 1 Tf 0.02 Tc -0.02 Tw [(rtfn $"#"$"$'\023" &\030 "'" !%$ #\037%"#\023" \024\022 %"\030" %$(!!"\033#\036 & "'"\016"#! \030" 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Knight Director: Brian Helgeland Rated: PG-13 tells the story of two men the great Jackie Robinson and trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world by changing the game of baseball. In 1947, Branch Rickey put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking Major League Baseballs infamous color line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and other players. Facing blatant racism from every side, even his own team, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickeys hopes. Instead, No. 42 let his talent on the field do the talking ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. In 1997, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 for all teams, making it the first number in sports to be universally retired. The only exception is every year on April 15 Jackie Robinson Day commemorating the date of his first game as a Brooklyn Dodger. On that day alone, players from every team proudly wear the number 42 to honor the man who altered the course of history.Scary Movie 5Genre: Comedy and horror Cast: Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Jerry OConnell, Sarah Hyland, Katrina Bowden, Tyler Posey, Shad Moss aka Bow Wow, Kate Walsh, Heather Locklear, Mac Miller and Mike Tyson Director: Malcolm Lee Rated: PG-13 The latest installment of the Scary Movie franchise includes send ups of Paranormal Activity, Mama, Sinister, The Evil Dead, Inception, Black Swan and pop culture. The film features Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Jerry OConnell, Sarah Hyland, Katrina Bowden, Tyler Posey, Shad Moss aka Bow Wow, Kate Walsh, Heather Locklear, Mac Miller and Mike Tyson. Scary Movie 5 is directed by Malcolm Lee who teamed up and worked side by side with legendary comedy director David Zucker best known for his work on the Airplane and The Naked Gun franchises. Zucker wrote and directed Scary Movie 3 and Scary Movie 4 and also cowrote and produced Scary Movie 5. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.The Angels ShareGenre: Drama Cast: Paul Brannigan, John Henshaw, Gary Maitland, Jasmin Riggins and William Ruane Director: Ken Loach Not rated The latest film from legendary filmmaker Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Lavery, The Angels Share is a bittersweet comedy about a young man from Glasgow with a criminal past who wants a way out. Following a court appearance during which hes sentenced to community service, Robbie sneaks into the hospital to visit his girlfriend Leonie and their newborn son and is subsequently overwhelmed. He swears that Luke will not lead the same life has had led. While on community service Robbie meets Rhino, Albert and Mo all similarly cast out from society and hard up to make ends meet. Little did Robbie imagine how a drink could change their lives not cheap booze, but the finest malt whiskies. His newly discovered palate and delicate nose lead Robbie and his crew to a strange new world the Scottish Highlands and the biggest gamble of their lives. AntiviralGenre: Horror and thriller Cast: Caleb Landry Jones, Sarah Gadon and Malcolm McDowell Director: Brandon Cronenberg Not rated Syd March is an employee at a clinic that sells injections of live viruses harvested from sick celebrities to obsessed fans: Biological communion for a price. Syd also supplies illegal samples of these viruses to piracy groups, smuggling them from the clinic in his own body. When he becomes infected with the disease that kills super sensation Hannah Geist, Syd becomes a target for collectors and rabid fans. He must unravel the mystery surrounding her death before he suffers the same fate. To the WonderGenre: Drama and romance Cast: Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem Director: Terrance Malick Not rated Neil (Ben Affleck) is an American traveling in Europe who meets and falls in love with Marina (Olga Kurylenko), an Ukrainian divorcee who is raising her 10-year-old daughter Tatiana in Paris. The lovers travel to Mont St. Michel, the island abbey off the coast of Normandy, basking in the wonder of their newfound romance. Neil makes a commitment to Marina, inviting her to relocate to his native Oklahoma with Tatiana. He takes a job as an environmental inspector and Marina settles into her new life in America with passion and vigor. After a holding pattern, their relationship cools. Marina finds solace in the company of another exile, the Catholic priest Father Quintana (Javier Bardem), who is undergoing a crisis of faith. Work pressures and increasing doubt pull Neil further apart from Marina, who returns to France with Tatiana when her visa expires. Neil reconnects with Jane (Rachel McAdams), an old flame. They fall in love until Neil learns that Marina has fallen on hard times. Gripped by a sense of responsibility and his own crisis of faith he rekindles with Marina after another trip to France. She returns with him to Oklahoma, resuming her American life. But the old sorrows eventually return.DisconnectGenre: Drama Cast: Jason Bateman, Hope Davis, Frank Grillo, Michael Nyqvist, Paula Patton, Andrea Riseborough, Alexander Skarsgard, Max Thieriot, Colin Ford, Jonah Bobo and Haley Ramm Director: Henry-Alex Rubin Rated: R A hard-working lawyer, attached to his cell phone, cant find the time to communicate with his family. A couple is drawn into a dangerous situation when their secrets are exposed online. A widowed ex-cop struggles to raise a mischievous son who cyber-bullies a classmate. An ambitious journalist sees a career-making story in a teen that performs on an adult-only site. They are strangers, neighbors and colleagues and their stories collide in this riveting dramatic thriller about ordinary people struggling to connect in todays wired world. Disconnect explores the consequences of modern technology and how it affects and defines our daily relationships.For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link. Photo by D. STEVENSHarrison Ford, left, stars as Branch Rickey and Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson in Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures drama , a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Photos by JIM LAYFIELDAt right, Keira, a 2-year-old Maltese, obeys the commands of Lori Bond of Clearwater in the dog tricks contest at the seventh annual Pawfest event hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Largo/Mid-Pinellas at Largo Central Park April 6. Keira took second place while Jeffery, a hairless Chinese crested dog owned by Don Hoover of Largo, won first. Above, Chase, 2 months, held by his mother Melissa Vangeloff of St. Petersburg, gets a kiss from Harry, a pit bull mixed breed who was up for adoption from Rugaz Rescue Inc. Vangeloff is fostering Harry. Crowds flock to Pawfest Largo partners with bird rescueCity offers permanent home for new nonprofit at McGough park By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO Suncoast Bird Rescue, a brand new nonprofit organization filling the void left by the financially distressed Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, has partnered with the city of Largo to establish permanent operations at McGough Nature Park. The exact details of the future facility are yet to be finalized. But Largo commissioners gave their full support of the new organization at their April 9 workshop. This is an exciting project, Mayor Pat Gerard said. Were looking forward to seeing how it develops. Theres obviously a lot of work to do. Suncoast Bird Rescue gained status as a state-recognized nonprofit, enabling them to accept donations from the public, just this week. The organization has only been in operation for about two months, after the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary announced they would no longer be rescuing birds. Robin Vergara had been working as the sanctuarys fundraising and volunteer coordinator until about a year ago. Once I saw that things werent quite running the way they should down there, I left the organization and started thinking about creating a new rescue organization that was transparent and accountable, he explained. He said he didnt expect the sanctuary Largo Elks elect new officersThe Largo Elks, based at 810 16th Ave. SE., elected new officers for the 2013-2014 year March 30. . P a g e 3 A LARGO POLICE BEATMurderer files last minute appealsOn April 2, the Florida Supreme Court denied the latest appeal of a man who has spent more than 32 years on death row. He has since filed another appeal with the United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to information from the Forgiveness Foundation. Larry Eugene Mann, 59, was found guilty March 19, 1981 of kidnapping and murdering a 10-year-old Palm Harbor girl. . P a g e 6 A BUSINESSSeveral Largo businesses openAmong the Largo companies celebrating the opening of business are Country Day School, Peace Wealth Management, Fiduciary Funding, Marcottes Architectural Salvage & Repurposed Furniture and a relationship coaching practice. . P a g e 8 A OUTDOORSLargo hosts Earth Day eventsThe city of Largo will host several events to celebrate Earth Day 2013 and foster environmental responsibility this month, including Spring Ecofest and Arbor Day Celebration at McGough Nature Park and Shredfest April 20. . P a g e 1 5 A County works on health plan Pinellas survey identies health issues that need improvement ... Page 9A. Tab Benoit, Jonny Lang and Dickey Betts & Great Southern to perform ... Page 1B.The Tampa Bay Blues Festival draws top headliners April 12-14 Volume XXXV,No. 38 April 11, 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 727-3 9 3 -6100 drgreghollstrom.com032113 12046 Indian Rocks Road, Largo 727-595-1222 www.VONailsAndSpa.comFACIALS SPA THERAPY WAXING NAILS AND MORE Not available with other offers. 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The pelican swallowed a fishing hook and line but was rescued, rehabilitated overnight and released the next day. By SUZETTE PORTERTAMPA Joshua and Sharyn Hakken were booked into the Orient Road Jail about 4:20 a.m. on April 10 nearly a week after they kidnapped their two sons from their grandmothers house in Tampa. CNN reported April 9 that a reporter had spotted a family local authorities and the FBI had been searching for since April 3 at a marina in Havana Cuba. Later that night, the Associated Press revealed that a Foreign Ministry official had released a statement saying that Cuba was turning over the Hakken family to the U.S. By morning, the family was back on U.S. soil. The parents were arrested by the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, and the boys returned to their grandmother. Joshua, 35, was charged with burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery, false imprisonment, grand theft motor vehicle, two counts of child neglect, two counts of interference with custody and two counts of felony kidnapping. Bond was set at $154,000. Sharyn, 34, was charged with two counts of felony kidnapping, burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery, two counts of child neglect and two counts of interference with custody. No bond was set. See HAKKENS, page 4A By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO After extensive questioning of the proposals, Largo commissioners agreed to a mediated resolution between two companies competing for the task of replacing 30-year-old field lights at both Southwest and Belcher recreation complexes April 9. The Largo Commission convened for a special meeting to address the issue so that the lights can be replaced within the limited window of time that the projects must be completed, explained City Attorney Alan Zimmit. Specifically, there is a safety concern with the lights at the Southwest softball field. The city originally put the project out to bid last year. Staff received the most recent responses to the citys request for proposal, or RFP, on March 5 from Riley Electric Company, based in Largo, and Himes Electric, based in Lutz. However, shortly before the commission meeting on March 19, there was a protest filed in regard to award for the Belcher soccer fields lights, Zimmit said. When legal got involved, we determined there were issues as related to both proposals on both RFPs, leading to concern that both Riley Electric could contest legally the award of either one of the bids to Himes and vice versa, he explained. Whomever we sided with the city could potentially get sued by the other. The bid award for the Belcher field lights was continued, but commissioners also questioned staffs recommendation on the Southwest lighting. Specifically, there was an issue about the warranty. Representatives from subcontractor and lighting system manufacturer Hubbell, proposing with Riley Electric, argued that they offered a more extensive 25-year warranty. City staff said they did not receive proper documentation for that warranty and thus recommended the proposal of the opposing subcontractor, Musco Lighting, which met the citys minimum 15-year warranty requirements. Zimmit arranged a meeting with staff, Riley Electric and Himes Electric to work out a deal. Both electric companies signed an agreement not to sue the city in exchange for the city awarding each a lighting project. Riley Electric would win the bid for the project at Southwest complex, giving the Belcher complex project to Himes Electric. The commission was unanimous in its approval of See BIRD RESCUE, page 4A See LIGHTING, page 4AThis is a huge problem thats not going to get solved by the creation of one organization.Robin Vergara Director of the new Suncoast Bird Rescue Larry Mann Features Business . . . . . . . . . . .8A Classieds . . . . . . . . .4-7B Community . . . . . . . . . .4A County . . . . . . . . . . .5-7A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-3, 8B Faith & family . . . . . . .12, 14A Health . . . . . . . . . . . .9A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Largo . . . . . . . . . . .2-3A Military . . . . . . . . . . .10A Outdoors . . . . . . . . . .15A Pet connection . . . . . . . .11A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .6A Sports . . . . . . . . . .16-17A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .13A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising VIEWPOINTSBob Driver Vision and passion overused buzzwords, columnist says. P a g e 1 3 A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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For information about special events, call 5876740, ext. 5014 or visit LargoEvents.comCity 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. Food will be provided at all three different dates and times, in order to accommodate busy schedules. A continental breakfast will be provided at the 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. 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.Movies in the ParkLARGO The city of Largo will show the movie Brave on an outdoor big screen at dusk on April 19 in Largo Central Park. The event is free. Themed activities for the movie will start at 7 p.m. Onsite parking and concessions will be available. No alcohol permitted. Other scheduled movie events include Here Comes the Boom on April 26, Wreck it Ralph on May 3 and Mirror, Mirror on May 10. A campfire will be available during the April dates only.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.Highland Recreation ComplexHighland Recreation Complex is at 400 Highland Ave. Visit HighlandRecreation.com or call 518-3016. During construction, the complex is accessible from Lake Avenue.Tiny Tot Story TimeLARGO Children ages 5 and younger are invited to dress to the theme for a morning of fun on second Fridays, 10:15 to 11 a.m., at Highland Recreation Center. Hear a story, make a craft and enjoy a snack. Preregistration two weeks prior is required. The cost is $5 for residents or $6.25 for nonresidents.Lego FriendsLARGO Lego Friends, for ages 5 and older, meet to build new projects on third Saturdays, 11 a.m. to noon, at Highland Recreation Complex. Meet new friends while exploring the land of Legos. Tickets are, with a recreation card, $5 for residents and $6.25 for nonresidents or $9.25 without a card.Complex looking for instructorsLARGO The Largos Recreation, Parks and Arts Department is seeking enthusiastic instructors for fitness, preschool and school age classes at the new Highland Recreation Complex. Interested instructors should contact Mandy Petersen or Christina Heubel at 518-3016.Southwest Recreation ComplexSouthwest Recreation Complex, which includes an aquatic complex, is at 13120 Vonn Road. Call 518-3125 for recreation or 518-3126 for the pool. Visit PlayLargo.com.Program preps teens for lifeguardingLARGO The city of Largos Aquatics Division will be offering a Future Rescuers program designed to train and develop teenage aquatic leaders on Saturdays, April 13, 20 and 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Southwest pool. The Future Rescuers program will teach students American Red Cross CPR and Basic Water Rescue. Those who successfully complete the program and receive certification have an opportunity to interview for a volunteer position at either Highland Family Aquatics Center or Southwest Pool. Responsibilities of that position will include, assisting in summer camp swim testing, surveying blind spots for lifeguards, fitting life jackets, slide queuing, assisting with community aquatic events and assisting with swimming lessons. The Future Rescuers class is for ages 11 to 15. All participants must have a Largo recreation card prior to registering. Students must attend all sessions in order to receive certification. Cost is $75 for residents and $93.75 for nonresidents. For more information, visit LargoPools.com or call 518-3126. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Pictured are, front row, from left, Leading Knight Bob Dye, Esquire Jan Rogers, Exalted Ruler Debbie Farris, Inner Guard Lee Acosta, Trustee Aurora Griesler and Treasurer Joan Messore; back row, Trustee Bob Beach, Chaplain Jim Hamilton, Lecturing Knight Charlie Ringo, Loyal Knight Tom Whitlow and Secretary Jake Jacobs. The Largo Elks Lodge is at 810 16th Ave. SE., Largo.New Elk officersCity offers several fullday summer camps LARGO Largo Recreation will offer seven full-day summer camps this year, open weekdays between 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with optional after-care hours until 6 p.m. for an additional fee. Summer camp options include Camp Funshine at Mildred Helms Elementary, Rec and Read Camp at the Largo Public Library and Naturemania at McGough Nature Park. Kids City Jr. and Kids City camps will be held at Southwest Recreation Complex for ages 5 to 14. The new Highland Recreation Complex will host Cool Kids and Cool Kids II. A middle school camp will be held at Bayhead Complex. All full day camps include themed activities, swimming, field trips, arts and crafts, sports and special guests. Parents can register their children for one week or the entire summer. In addition to after-care hours, camps at Highland and Southwest centers will offer care between 7 and 7:30 a.m. for an additional fee. Download a copy of Largos summer camp guide at LargoCamps.com or pick up a Play Magazine at all Largo recreation facilities, Largo City Hall or Largo Public Library. The website includes information about camp scholarships, before and after-care programs and weekly fees. For more information, call 518-3125 or 518-3131.Pioneers picnic setLARGO The Pinellas Pioneers Associations 50th annual picnic will be held at Eagle Lake Park, 1800 Keene Road, Saturday, April 13. People who are planning to attend should bring their own food, beverage, table service and a folding chair or two to Shelter 3. The picnic begins at noon. From 10 a.m. until the picnic ends, attendees will meet many of the countys pioneers as well as many of our areas politically inspired movers and shakers. Pinellas County celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2012. Before the construction of Eagle Lake Park, the picnics were held at the Largo Fairgrounds by a group headed by J.B. Starkey and were later moved to Philippe Park. Many pioneer families continue to participate, but membership and attendance are free and open to all interested in the history of Pinellas County. The association invites people to display historical photographs, documents and fundraising sale items for their historical organizations, along with other items of local historical interest from your area of the county. For more information, call association President Bob Delack at 441-1338 or Bill Wallace at 446-2676.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 Around towncontest 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 fully-edits segments. For full contest details and information about the Community Values survey and workshops, please visit Largo.com/values.Water exercise classes offered LARGO The city of Largos Aquatics Division announces a partnership with the Imperial Palms Apartments for use of their heated swimming pool to offer water exercise classes. The Imperial Palms is at 101 Imperial Palm Drive, off Keene Road just south of East Bay. The Arthritis Foundation Aquatics Program is taught by certified instructors and is offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. to noon. There is a stair entry into the pool, and the water temperature is a minimum of 84 degrees. Aqua Fit and Trim classes will be held Tuesday and Thursday mornings, 11 to noon, beginning April 2. The class is conducted in waistto chest-deep water and focuses on cardio and large muscle groups with special equipment. Classes are open to Imperial Palms residents and the public. The public must register in advance at the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. For more information, call 5183126 or visit LargoPools.comFirst Friday in LargoLARGO Enjoy live entertainment, food trucks, vendors and street performers on First Fridays, 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., at the corner of Clearwater-Largo Road and First Avenue Southwest in Largo. The event is sponsored by OShys Tap House. Interested vendors and street performers can call 588-4444. For more information, visit www.discover largo.com. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Leader, April 11, 20134A Community Photo by JIM LAYFIELDContestants in the smallest and largest dog contest vie for the judges attention. Dusty, a 9-year-old Great Dane from Palm Harbor pictured in the center, took the prize for largest dog while Dixie, the 9-year-old Chihuahua held by owner Pam Kennedy to the left of Dusty, won smallest dog.Big and smallMoney mentor helps people take control of their finances By BOB COSTIGANWith the downturn in the economy that has been experienced in the last couple of years, many have found that managing their money and their spending habits can be tough. No one knows this better than Jeff Libaire. The 62-year-old Palm Harbor resident is a volunteer with Pinellas County Extensions Money Mentors program. The program, part of the University of Floridas Florida Master Money Mentors, is a free service that provides one-on-one financial counseling to persons needing financial help. After serving his country in the U.S. Air Force, Libaire, went back to school to study and then went into veterinary medicine. Having now retired, Libaire said he wanted to stay active and knew he needed and wanted to volunteer and give back to the community in some way. Libaire said he looked at several different volunteer opportunities but some just didnt really fit what he wanted to do. Both he and his wife love gardening and were familiar with the Pinellas County Extensions Master Gardeners program so he initially signed up for that. But there was a waiting list. One day while at the countys extension office, Libaire happened to see a brochure about the Money Mentors program. Having always been interested in finances and having done an extensive amount of reading and attending various seminars on the subject, he thought that was something he would like to do. After looking into the program, he took the two and a half day course and is now a Money Mentor. Libaire said the mentors generally meet once a month and often have guest speakers come in and talk about various financial matters. They also are required to devote 50 hours of mentoring per year to stay current with the program. Libaire noted that the mentors are not brokers and therefore do not make specific recommendations on a particular financial investment. Rather they help those in need with such things as figuring out where their money is going to each month, creating a budget plan, improving credit ratings and the like. In addition to being a money mentor, Libaire also teaches four classes per month, two at Worknet, a public-private partnership that promotes economic growth through workforce development, and two at the Palm Harbor Library. Those classes focus on calendar-based money management and spending plans. Libaire said that he enjoys volunteering and that when he was retired he didnt want to play golf every day or just sit at home. Volunteering is a very good way to stay engaged and also help share information and help people that might be struggling with something, he says. Nan Jensen, University of Florida Extension agent, heads up the Money Mentors program in Pinellas County. She said since the program began in the county in 2010 they have had approximately 35 graduates. She said there are no specific requirements for someone to become a mentor. They dont have to be a financial whiz, although a lot of people that theyve recruited have had that affinity and interest in the financial area, she said. Jensen said Libaire is one of the best mentors weve got, adding that hes a wonderful ambassador for the program; I wish I had multiples of him. Pinellas County volunteers can expect to make a difference in the life of their community, while exploring interests, sharing knowledge, assisting others and making friends. For more information, visit www.pinellascounty.org/volunteer, email volunteers@pinellascounty.org or call 464-VIPS (8477).This article was provided by Pinellas County Communications. Photo courtesy of PINELLAS COUNTY COMMUNICATIONSJeff Libaire helps people gain financial control as a Money Mentor for Pinellas County Extension.Local authorities had offered very little new information about the two missing boys or their parents since April 5, when they revealed the couple had been seen in a sailboat leaving Johns Pass in Madeira Beach the afternoon of April 3. Authorities shifted their search to the Gulf of Mexico after the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office reported April 5 that a 2006 GMC pickup truck found abandoned in the Johns Pass parking garage at 12901 Gulf Blvd. in Madeira Beach most likely belonged to the childrens father, Joshua Hakken. Detectives said Hakken had recently purchased a 1972 Morgan 25foot sailboat, which authorities believe may have been used by Joshua and his wife, Sharyn, to take the children out of the area. Photos posted on the sheriffs office website show the parents on the boat leaving Johns Pass. There was no sign of the children in the photos. According to the sheriffs report, authorities began looking for the children and their parents after the maternal grandmother of Chase Hakken, 2, and Cole Hakken, 4, called 911 about 6:40 a.m. April 3 to report that their father had broken into her home. He reportedly tied her up just after 6 a.m. and then took the two boys, dressed in their pajamas, away in her car. Detectives found the grandmothers stolen vehicle several blocks from the home. Detectives believe Joshua and the children then got into a second vehicle, the 2006 GMC pickup found in Johns Pass. According to the Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, the couple lost parental rights to their sons after Joshua was arrested in a Louisiana hotel June 17, 2012 on multiple drug charges after he attended an anti-government rally. After his arrest, Louisiana took custody of the boys and placed them in foster care. Joshua later showed up at the foster care home waving a gun and began beating on the door. He was unable to get in and eventually fled the scene without the children. The state later awarded custody of the children to their grandmother. The Hillsborough Sheriffs Office, aided by the U.S. Coast Guard and Florida Wildlife Commission officers, searched for the sailboat along the west coast of Florida for several days. The boat has a blue Bimini top, and white mainsail, deck and cabin. The hull is blue with Salty and a paw print in white on both sides. CNN released photos of the sailboat docked at the marina in Cuba on April 9. HAKKENS, from page 1A BIRD RESCUE, from page 1Ato succumb to financial difficulties so quickly. But in the wake of that announcement, he organized a group of former bird rescuers to help with advanced rescue cases. Since then, the volunteers have rescued 83 birds, releasing all but four of them after rehabilitation, said Vergara, who is executive director of the nonprofit. But the volunteers cannot rehabilitate or even treat the birds without their own facility, relying instead upon the volunteer services of local veterinarians or rehab facilities outside of Pinellas County. Barbara Suto who Vergara said was one of the best rehabbers in the country recently left her position as hospital director at the sanctuary to join the Suncoast Bird Rescues efforts. Were having to have vets do work that she could do, or having to drive long distances, Vergard explained. He said he hopes to find a building that will serve as a temporary triage facility very soon. But the partnership with Largo will answer the organizations need for a facility in the long term. Largo Parks Supervisor Greg Brown initially sought out Vergara to suggest the partnership. The proposed site for the facility is the southeast corner of McGough Nature Park, just north of Walshingham Road. The park is already a permanent home to the citys own rescued birds: four owls and a redshouldered hawk. The Suncoast Bird Rescue has proposed a twostory, 2,500-square-feet indoor hospital as well as an outdoor hospital at the site. The sketched plan also includes a bait hut to store food for the birds and display cages and exhibits to promote education and ecotourism that could potentially help fund the bird rescue. The birds that cannot be return to the wild would be part of that campaign, Vergara said. The rehabilitation portion of the facility would be fenced off from the public, keeping birds that can be released from too much interaction from the public. Vergara said he envisioned a flight pen for bigger birds to test their wings as they heal. Commissioners, enthusiastic for the project at McGough park, asked about some of the logistics for the facility. I love the project. My wife used to volunteer at the Seabird Sanctuary, Commissioner Curtis Holmes said. The No. 1 complaint of people who lived around the sanctuary was the smell. The space slated for the bird rescue at the park is farther from residential areas than the sanctuary is, Brown explained. Suto also said that the focus of the rescue would be rehabilitation, not permanent residency of birds. The space at McGough park also has more room for parking than the sanctuary had. Brown said the city was looking into potentially obtaining a former realty building, currently vacant, across the street from the park and converting it to the proposed hospital. If that were the case, the city also would gain the extra parking that comes with the property. Alternatively, volunteers could shuttle guests from a satellite parking area to McGough park, if the bird rescue proved to be a popular destination as anticipated. In its prime, the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary rescued thousands of birds a year. Vergara said he hopes to meet that now-unfulfilled need eventually, but wants to grow the organization very carefully. The group isnt ready to go public with a phone number, for example. Volunteers currently are assisting with calls that come through the St. Petersburg Audubon Society, Clearwater Audubon Society, the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the SPCA rather than fielding calls themselves. Were a small group; we want to expand, but we cant get inundated with birds, because then well fail before we even get started, he said. Vergara said the bird rescue was exploring a potential partnership with Clearwater to establish a temporary rehab facility until the buildings at McGough can be designed and built. Also a triage facility on the beach, where most of the rescue calls originate, is key in both the shortand long-term success of the group. Vergara said he was looking for a simple building between 1,500 and 2,000 square feet with running water, power and ideally no carpet so it could be easily cleaned. That would allow us to expand operations and even ramp up and help out even more. Were kind of handcuffed right now, Vergara said. A big part of Suncoast Bird Rescues eventual mission will be education to help reduce the number of bird rescues that are needed within Pinellas County. Most people have misconceptions about how to handle birds that are in need of help. Vergara said he most often explains to the public that baby birds can be returned to their nests, if the rescuer understands proper care. He also advises fishermen not to cut fishing lines, which can be more damaging to sea birds than the hook itself. Human interaction is 80 percent of the reason why birds need rescuing, Vergara said. Everybody needs to take ownership, he said. This is a huge problem thats not going to get solved by the creation of one organization. For more information about Suncoast Bird Rescue or to donate, visit suncoastseabird.com. the award for the Southwest complex. Still under contention was the subcontractor partnered with Himes Electric, which submitted respective proposals with both the Hubbell and Musco Lighting systems. Largo Facilities Manager Glenn Harwood said staff preferred the Hubbell lighting system because it allowed the city to maintain the systems locally. After hearing arguments from representatives from both sides, commissioners voted 5-1 to hire Himes Electric to install the Hubbell lighting system. Commissioner Curtis Holmes was the dissenting vote.City considers retirement loansDuring the workshop that followed the April 9 meeting, commissioners considered a petition signed by 145 city employees requesting the city give them the ability to take out loans from their 401(a) and 457(b) retirement savings plans. The city requires that employees contribute a minimum of 5 percent of their paycheck into a retirement savings plan. Many employees dislike this policy, but Finance Director Kimball Adams said that it was sound business policy to require participation in a retirement plan. Taking out a loan against retirement savings could be potentially detrimental to employees in the long term, he said. An employee who owes money on his retirement account when he wants to retire may be forced to stay. (Retirement) allows people to leave the city when its time, Adams said. The citys going to be faced, down the road, with some tough decisions. While the loan policy might benefit a few, the majority loses out because their money problems are bigger than one loan can fix, he said. The commissioners agreed that taking a loan against retirement was likely an unwise move. At the same time, this is their money, Commission Harriet Crozier said. Who am I to say theyre not entitled to that money? The rest of the commission agreed that they couldnt force employees to be more responsible with their money. The people that are going to capriciously take loans out of their retirement plan probably have other problems. But to tell them they cant do it, I have a hard time with that, Mayor Pat Gerard said. I dont think you can save people from themselves. Commissioners directed staff to research a loan plan that could potentially limit how and when employees could borrow from their retirement. Staff also would discuss the issue at the upcoming Finance Advisory Board meeting. LIGHTING, from page 1A BriefsNew hours at Animal Services LARGO As of this month, Pinellas County Animal Services is open an extra hour each day. The shelters hours of operation are now Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the adoption center closing at 5:30 p.m. Saturdays hours are also expanded. They are now 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and services include adoptions. Shelter services include dog and cat adoptions, pet licensing and reclaiming lost pets. In addition, a licensed veterinarian administers rabies vaccines on Thursdays from 1 to 4 p.m. No appointments are necessary. Pinellas County Animal Services is located at 12450 Ulmerton Road in Largo.For news on how to adopt, donate or volunteer, join Pinellas County Animal Services on Facebook. To learn more about the shelter, visit Animal Services at www.pinellascounty.org/animalservices or call 582-2600. The lost or found hotline for pets is 582-2604.Fair housing consortium schedules conferenceTAMPA The Tampa Bay Fair Housing Consortium will present Housing Choices, Free of Discrimination Friday, April 19, at the Centre Club, 123 S. West Shore Blvd. in Tampa. Check-in is at 8 a.m. The program runs from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The Pinellas County Office of Human Rights is a cosponsor of the event, geared toward housing providers, real estate agents, property managers, attorneys, government officials, apartment personnel, homeowners and the public. The presenters are Michael Maurer, deputy chief, Housing and Civil Enforcement Section, Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice; Avery Friedman, CNN legal correspondent and civil rights attorney; and Chuck Bonamer, National Fair Housing trainer, who will present the topic, Diversity Marketing on the Internet. Topics include: Fair Housing litigation and enforcement Department of Housing and Urban Development Equal Access Rule: sexual orientation, gender identity and marital status Fair Housing law in todays world: Internet ads, reasonable accommodations and modifications Diversity marketing on the Internet: what it is and how to develop a diversity-friendly website, including anti-discriminatory advertising guidelines Real estate agents will earn three hours of stateapproved continuing education credits. Approval for CLEs for attorneys is pending. The cost of the conference is $25 if registration is received before April 12 and $35 at the door. The price includes lunch. Registration is online at www.GTAR.org or call 464-4801. The Tampa Bay Fair Housing Consortiums partners are Bay Area Apartment Association, Bay Area Legal Services Inc., city of Clearwater, city of Largo, city of St. Petersburg, city of Tampa, Hillsborough County, Greater Tampa Association of REALTORS, Gulf Coast Legal Services Inc. and Pinellas County Office of Human Rights. Pinellas County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. If you require special accommodations, including the provision of auxiliary aids or services, please contact Mark Esparza at 464-4801, 464-4062 (V/TDD) or email mesparza@pinellas county.org.PARC to celebrate 60 yearsST. PETERSBURG PARC, a nonprofit agency that serves children and adults with developmental disabilities, will celebrate its 60th Diamond Anniversary Celebration with a dinner Tuesday, April 23, 6 p.m., at the Mahaffey Theater. The event will highlight the grassroots efforts of the parents who banded together to bring services for individuals with developmental disabilities to this area and share the programs and opportunities of todays PARC 60 years later. The guest speaker is Doug Ibold, son of Edythe Ibold and an award winning film and television editor. Individual tickets are available for $60. Sponsorships also are available. PARC is known for providing community service and being an advocate for the disabled at the local, state and national levels. The organization continues to support and offer services so each individual is able to reach his or her highest level of potential. Currently, more than 800 adults and children are enrolled in a PARC sponsored program. The organization began with a grassroots effort led by founding PARC board chair Edythe Ibold and received its charter of incorporation on April 23, 1953. PARCs legacy of firsts includes: One of the first to address developmental disabilities in Florida First to address concerns of individuals with developmental disabilities in Pinellas County First preschool in Florida for children with developmental disabilities First to promote the de-institutionalization process; First Intermediate Care Facility for persons with developmental disabilities (ICF/DD) in Florida First to provide comprehensive transportation to individuals. Throughout the years, PARC consistently focused its efforts to adapt to the needs of those with developmental disabilities, providing leadership and innovation in the process. For more information on PARCs 60th anniversary celebration, call Kelli Caputo at 345-9111 or email pr@parc-fl.org. Visit www.parc-fl.org for more information about PARCs history and current highlights. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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The idea is simple Galvin said: neighbors come together to help neighbors in need. And the focus always stays on Pinellas Park. If we can fix our own little corner of the world, then weve got it made, she said. The group has tackled a variety of projects since it was founded in December 2010, when Galvin raised funds and collected donated items for a local woman and her 12 children whose home had burned down. There was nothing left after the fire, Galvin said. In seven-and-ahalf days we had everything they needed including a home. And all I did was reach out on Facebook. At that point, the group didnt even have a name, but Galvin saw the good that could be accomplished simply by reaching out to the Waterin Troughs customers via social media. In 2011, Galvin rallied her group to collect food, clothes and toys for Catholic Charities and Pinellas Hope. They filled nearly a dozen pickup trucks with the items, which included 65,000 pounds of food. In August 2012, Jackies Angels adopted an entire school, collecting everything Pinellas Central Elementary School needed for the year, from pens and paper to an electronic moon phaser to study the cycles of the moon. They donated nearly $30,000 worth of supplies, as well as $2,500 in cash for anything else the school might need to purchase. This past March, the group tackled the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals wish list. The group collected at least one of everything on the SPCAs list, Galvin said, including 2,000 pounds of dog food and 1,000 pounds of cat food, washers and dryers. In total, the group filled 17 trucks. Galvin is still in awe of the scale of these projects. I never thought Id be able to help an entire tent city of 300 people or an entire school of children, she said. I dont know what the next big thing is going to be, but its going to be huge, Im sure. It just gets bigger and bigger and bigger. Though the group needs some time to recoup after such tremendous projects, each month, she and her Angels help dreams come true on a smaller scale back at her bar. On display at Waterin Trough is what Galvin calls the Dreams Box. Throughout each month, patrons drop in their dreams, and on the first Saturday of each month one dream is awarded. Theyre not allowed to ask for things like cars or houses, but smaller requests that will touch their lives in other ways: a cruise they wouldnt have been otherwise able to afford, a trip to visit a sister they havent talked to in 15 years, a pair of custom-made cowboy boots. Its our chance to help some of our Angels who have dreams of their own, Galvin said. For more information about Jackies Angels, visit www.facebook.com /pages/Jackies-Angels/464947656872897. County newsInsurance policies need preparationA hurricane can bring tremendous devastation to homes, businesses, apartments, cars and many other structures. When this damage occurs, residents depend on insurance to help bring them back to normal. The problem is that many learn they have purchased insufficient coverage or failed to get the right kind of policies after the damage is done and when they need protection the most. Thats why hurricane pre-season is the perfect time to review insurance policies to ensure coverage is both adequate and comprehensive. Some very important points to consider include: Read that policy. Start on the declaration page. Thats where your name and address are and usually the limits covered. If you read nothing else after that, read the exclusions. And watch for any Photo courtesy of JACKIES ANGELSAdam Golden, member of Jackies Angels, had a dream of his own come true. His request for a pair of cowboy boots was chosen from the Waterin Troughs Dreams Box in March.Tax collectors office joins Donate LifeCLEARWATER Employees at the Pinellas County Tax Collectors Office are teaming up with Donate Life Florida to make Floridians aware of the life-saving role they can play by registering as an organ, tissue and eye donor. April is National Donate Life Month, and tax collector employees are participating in the annual Donate Life Challenge, a monthlong effort among tax collectors and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to promote awareness of Floridas organ donor registry. I am honored that my offices can be part of an effort like this that helps save lives said Pinellas County Tax Collector Diane Nelson. We have been involved in the organ donor effort since we began issuing driver licenses in 2001, and 98 percent of Floridas donor registrations now occur through driver license transactions. Tax collector employees help register potential organ donors by asking all drivers license customers if they would like to join the registry. Last years Donate Life Challenge led to more than 66,000 new donor registrations throughout Florida. Floridas organ registry recently reached a milestone of 7 million registrants. It is the second largest state registry in the nation, which gives hope to families of patients like 10-year-old Hope Kienle, who received a liver transplant before she reached age 2. Although my husband and I were both registered organ donors, we didnt give much thought to organ donation until Hope was 64 days old, said Hopes mom, Amy Kienle. That was the day we found out she may need a liver transplant. We dont know much about Hopes organ donor, but we feel like they are part of our family. Their loved one saved our Hope. More than 4,500 Floridians currently await organ transplants, and more than 118,000 patients are on the nationwide list. H o w t o r e g i s t e r a s a n o r g a n d o n o r Florida offers four simple ways to register as an organ, tissue or eye donor: 1. On Donate Life Floridas website at www.DonateLifeFlori da.org. 2. When renewing your driver license online at www.GoRenew .com. 3. When obtaining a new or renewed driver license in an office. 4. By calling Donate Life Florida at 1-877-35-SHARE (1-877357-4273).Hazardous waste collection is April 13TARPON SPRINGS Get rid of household hazardous waste Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Tarpon Springs High School, 1411 Gulf Road. Drive up and drop off your hazardous and unwanted electronics and chemicals. Pinellas County Solid Waste offers this service free to county households. Businesses should arrange for drop-off and payment by calling Creative Recycling at 813-621-2319 for electronics or EQ Florida at 813319-3400 for chemicals. Household electronics and chemicals such as TVs, cell phones, computers, paints, motor oil, fertilizers and batteries should never be dumped in the regular trash, drains, storm sewers or on the ground. These products can be harmful to the environment and to the people handling them if they are not disposed of properly. For more information on mobile collections, what to bring and what not to bring, or the permanent Household Electronics & Chemical Collection Center (HEC3), call Pinellas County Solid Waste at 464-7500 or visit www.pinellascounty.org/utilities. See COUNTY NEWS, page 7A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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INSTALLED FREE! Police beat Police beatStore clerk arrested for selling K-2ST. PETE BEACH Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives arrested a convenience store clerk April 2 after he sold K-2 spice items containing the chemical XLR-11 to an undercover narcotics detective. The arrest is the first of its kind for the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office under the Attorney Generals emergency order, which banned this chemical substance. Nadeem Malik, 40, of St. Pete Beach was arrested at the Sunshine Food and Gifts convenience store, 6880 Gulf Blvd. in St. Pete Beach. According to the sheriffs report, detectives received information that illegal substances were being sold at the St. Pete Beach convenience store. On Jan. 9 and 11, a clerk, identified as Malik, sold K-2/spice items to an undercover Pinellas County Narcotics detective. The substances were sent to the Medical Examiners Forensic Lab for analysis. The substances were determined to be a Schedule One controlled substance, specifically XLR11. On April 2, detectives returned to the store to arrest Malik. While in the store, Malik voluntarily surrendered four large freezer bags containing different types of potpourri items. The items were concealed behind the counter, inside a garbage can under a large garbage bag. During the interview, Malik told deputies that he sells the substances at the direction of the storeowner. Malik was arrested for two counts of sales and possession of a controlled substance and possession with intent to sell a controlled substance. He was booked into the Pinellas County Jail. He was released on $34,000 bond the same day. Among the items surrendered were 104 small canisters of the same K-2 spice purchased by the undercover detective; 29 additional canisters with a different date and with a disclaimer stating it complied with current legal guidelines; and 122 foil packages containing similar substances. The substances were sent to the lab for analysis. The approximate value of the items is $2,280. The investigation continues.Nineteen arrested at sobriety checkpointCLEARWATER Pinellas County Sheriffs Office and Clearwater Police Department conducted a sobriety checkpoint at Clearwater High School, 540 S. Hercules Ave., April 5-6. Nineteen people were arrested, 12 vehicles impounded and 27 citations were issued. Average intrusion time was 2 minutes, 21 seconds. Eight were arrested for driving under the influence, five for driving with a suspended or revoked drivers license, two for driving without a valid license and another for driving in violation of a drivers license restriction. Several were charged with drug violations including one charge of possession of alprazolam, four for possession of marijuana, one for possession of vyvanse, one for drug possession without a prescription, one for possession of crystal meth and one for possession of drug paraphernalia. One person provided a false name to law enforcement, one refused to obey a lawful command and one person was arrested on a warrant for a probation violation. Deputies conduct a sobriety checkpoint once a month at various locations around Pinellas as part of a program to reduce DUI related injuries. Aprils checkpoint was dedicated to Steven Thillard. On October 10, 2006, the 23 year old was a passenger in a vehicle driven by 24-yearold Matthew Ferguson. Ferguson traveled into oncoming traffic in the area of Ridge Road and Eighth Avenue in Largo, causing a head on collision. Thillard suffered severe head trauma and had several brain surgeries as a result. Ferguson was impaired at the time of the accident. Nadeem MalikConvicted child murderer files last minute appeals By SUZETTE PORTEROn April 2, the Florida Supreme Court denied the latest appeal of a man who has spent more than 32 years on death row. He has since filed another appeal with the United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, according to information from the Forgiveness Foundation. Larry Eugene Mann, 59, was found guilty March 19, 1981 of kidnapping and murdering a 10year-old Palm Harbor girl. A judge sentenced him to death on March 21. Since that time, Mann has filed a series of appeals, and his sentence was overturned and reinstated twice. His execution date in 1986 was stayed. Gov. Rick Scott signed a second execution order March 1. Mann is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection at 6 p.m. April 10 at the Florida State Prison near Raiford. If his latest appeal proves unsuccessful, Manns execution will come 32 years and five months after he murdered Elisa Nelson on Nov. 4, 1980. According to arrest records, Elisa was riding her bicycle to school the day Mann kidnapped her. She was late due to a dentist appointment and carried a note from her mother explaining her absence. When she didnt show up for school, authorities began a search, which turned up her bicycle later the same day in a ditch about a mile away from the school. Searchers found Elisas body the next day in a nearby orange grove. Cause of death was a blow to the head by a cement-encased steel pipe found next to her body. There were no signs of molestation, according to the Medical Examiner. Records show that Mann attempted suicide the day he murdered Elisa. He reportedly told police who responded that he had done something stupid and needed help. Manns wife found the bloodstained note that Elisas mom had written to excuse her daughter from being late to school in her husbands truck Nov. 8, 1980. Law enforcement also found a bloodstain with Elisa and Manns blood types in the truck. Mann was arrested on Nov. 10, 1980. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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County 7A Leader, April 11, 2013 011013Celebrating 30 Years of Professional Mac Perry, author and past Pinellas Horticulture Agent controls over 40 different Lawn Insects, plus Diseases, plusWeeds, plus your Shrubs and Treessprayed all for $57 up to 5,000 sq. ft. Includes Fertilization. Bluffs Plaza with Codys & Panera West Bay & Indian Rocks RoadHappy Hour 11am-3pmMon.-Thurs. 20% OFF Total Purchase!041113Offer Good until June 30, 2013 VACUUMBOUTIQUE& GIFTS12495 Seminole Blvd., Largo727-584-0532040413 $49999Electrolux 50% OFFExp. 5-1-13WAS $99999NOWUltra Silencer7 YEAR WARRANTY Audrey Baria, MD Family Medicine Countryside Andreas Grossgold, MD After Hours Clinic Largo Carol Ann Cobb, MD After Hours Clinic Largo32813 Service, Convenience, Technology and Teamwork ... Thats What Makes Us Different! 625 Pinellas St., Clearwater Quality Service for 31 Years BRASSPOLISHINGP r o t e c t i v e N O T a r n i s h C o a t i n g s SILVER-GOLD-BRASS-COPPER-PEWTERRobert P. Alex Silversmiths 442-7333010313SILVER & 011013 041113 COUNTY NEWS, from page 5Aspecial endorsement that excludes wind coverage. Ask your agent to explain any questions you have. Soak up flood insurance. Since 1968, most homeowners or renters policies have not covered damage from flooding. That coverage is provided under the prevue of the National Flood Insurance Program at www.floodsmart.gov. Besides protecting from the obvious damage of rising drainage creeks, it also protects against storm surge. Another coverage is sewer backup from a flood. Even if your policy covers sewer backup, will most likely have an exclusion if the sewer backup is caused by flooding. All flood policies require 30 days from when they are ordered until they are ordered, which means buying flood insurance at the last minute wont work. If you are located in a Flood Hazard Area, you may need to get a flood elevation certificate which could take some time. If you are not, there is still the application process, which will take time. You may be surprised by how inexpensive flood insurance is, especially if you are not in a Flood Hazard Area. Wind is special. Hurricane or windstorm deductibles are not like the standard deductible on your policy. While there may be a smaller deductible for a fire or burglary loss, windstorm deductibles are typically a percentage of your homes value. This is done to help keep premiums low, but can add up to an expensive surprise when the time comes. A 5 percent deductible on a house valued at $200,000 can leave policy owners on the hook for the first $10,000 of repairs. Getting to code. After a hurricane, if a home is damaged beyond a certain amount, the new structure will need to be rebuilt to current Florida building codes. While this may not be a problem for a home after 2001, it could be a considerable expense for a home built before that year. Law and ordinance coverage helps bring even older homes up to current code should significant damage occur. Cars need comprehensive. Basic auto coverage is required on all vehicles operated in the state of Florida. While these policies offer minimal coverage for auto accidents, other hazards such as flooding, wind damage and the like are covered under a comprehensive auto insurance policy. Renters need coverage, too. A landlord or property owner will have insurance on the structure that is being rented, but renters need coverage as well to protect their personal belongings. As with regular homeowners policies, most renters insurance coverage does not cover flooding, so a separate flood insurance policy can make a difference in how quickly you can replace your possessions. Inventories are invaluable. While most homeowners can recall from memory the larger items in their homes, would they be able to catalog every item down to the smallest details? A quick home inventory done on a list or through photos or video can help tremendously after the disaster. A video or pictures on your tablet computer or smart phone will only take minutes. Capture what is on the walls, the fixtures and type of flooring as well as your personal property. Also, check with your agent to see if your insurance carrier offers replacement cost coverage on your contents. Otherwise, your structure may be covered to be rebuilt, but your contents may be depreciated by the insurance carrier. While insurance can replace items after the fact, it is not a substitute for taking steps to reduce a homes vulnerability to a hurricanes fury. Bracing garage doors, shuttering windows and stowing yard items before a storms winds are felt can mean the difference between minor damage and a total disaster. Also, your homeowner insurance cant protect people from injury due to flying debris. Discuss with your agent the most effective way to present a claim, should a disaster strike. If many homes are damaged, know how your carrier will find your home. If you must evacuate, take your insurance policy with you. Have the claims office phone number and your agents emergency contact information with you. Most importantly, your home and valuables are things. Your first priority is always to keep yourself and your family safe. Everything else can be replaced, you cant. For more information about how to prepare yourself and your family for hurricanes, visit www.pinellascounty.org/emergency to find your evacuation level, learn about storm dangers and discover how to create your own disaster plan. Photo by JAY RICHMONDMembers of the Dunedin Highland Middle School Band march in formation onto the Dunedin High School field during the 47th annual Military Tattoo April 6.Celebrating tradition Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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8A Business Leader, April 11, 2013 Enjoy Great Values at ourNew Thrift Store! Furniture, TVs, Clothing, Household Items and Much More! Thrifty ThursdayAll Clothes$1.00 Affordable Delivery AvailableCommunity Corner Thrift Store1700 Missouri Ave., Largo, FL 709-4987In Missouri Mart Shopping Center, corner of Jasper & MissouriMonday-Friday 10am-6pm, Saturday 10am-3pm041113 50% OFFReg. price of furniture purchase.Expires 5-11-13 727-562-2080Palm Harbor Dunedin Clearwater Largo Serenity Gardens Memorial Park Moss FeasterFuneral Homeand Cremation Services A t r u e g i f t o f l o v e . 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Stop in & Enjoy! 18 Omelet Choices 10 Fruit/Yogurt Cups 18 Crepe Choices 7 Eggs Benedict Varieties G r a n d O p e n i n g G r a n d O p e n i n g 41113 040413 Photo by JIM LAYFIELDJezzie, a 4-year-old Sheltie from St. Petersburg, works the obstacle course at the Pawfest April 6.High jumping Business updatesCountry Day School hosts grand openingLARGO Country Day School, a PK2 through eighth grade independent school in Largo, recently hosted a grand opening event to celebrate the opening of its new Country Day World School. Originally founded in 1974 as a small Montessori school, CDS has grown to a scenic and secure 14-acre campus including Country Day Montessori for students ages PK2 through third grade and the new Country Day World School for upper elementary and middle school students. CDS has long been recognized for its high-level academics and strong performance of its graduates. Additionally, CDS has been a leader in international education as one of the first schools in the United States to add Mandarin Chinese for all students, to collaborate with other schools around the world using the latest technology, to establish a sister relationship with one of the leading Middle Schools in China and to annually send student delegates to international destinations including China, Spain, Costa Rica and Russia. The grand opening event featured a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony and private tours. Local officials, educators and invited guests attended. Country Day World School is at 11650 131st St. N., Largo. For information, visit www.countrydaylargo.com.Businesses set to openLARGO Peace Wealth Management Inc., Fiduciary Funding LLC and Trust Business Systems will be opening offices soon at 13201 Walsingham Road, Largo. The businesses plan to host a grand opening and shredding party Friday, May 17.Marcottes to host grand openingLARGO Marcottes Architectural Salvage & Repurposed Furniture recently opened at 426 West Bay Drive, Largo. With more than 12 years of experience in repurposing, the owners previously owned The White Elephant Exchange Antique Mall in Sarasota and have moved to Largo to share their dream of re-purposing. The store features a selection of shabby chic, nautical, industrial, mid century, vintage, antiques, cottage style and salvage items. The store will host a grand opening celebration Saturday, April 27, 5 to 9 p.m. The event will include music, food and wine. Largo community project seeks Facebook votes LARGO Largo is one of 14 communities in Florida to make the top 200 in responding to a recent call from State Farm to submit causes that would make a positive impact in their neighborhood. If Largo wins the $25,000 grant, funds would help establish an Alzheimers Caf in Largo a meeting place where those impacted by Alzheimers and their families and friends can receive support. This top Largo cause is asking for assistance. Supporters can assist by voting for cause on Facebook. Votes must be placed by April 22. To vote, visit www.state-assist.com/cause/4876/alzheimers-caf.Hammann to open Largo practiceLARGO Dr. Kalen Hammann is opening a practice in Largo to help couples have more satisfying relationships. Hammann is not a marriage therapist or a couple counselor. Most therapists and couple counselors focus on either healing old emotional pain or solving communication problems, Hammann said in a press release. My approach is different and usually faster. What I do as a relating coach is help people learn research-based skills that change things right away. Hammann helps couples learn how they can relate better both in private sessions and through media interviews and public workshops. Visit www.RelatingCoach.com.Nava Yoga Studio opensST. PETERSBURG A new yoga studio recently opened at the Isla Del Sol Shoppers Village, and snowbirds and island residents have been flocking to the classes. Nava Yoga Studio is open at 5901 Sun Blvd., Suite 120, St. Petersburg. Nava owners and yoga instructors Wendy Lester, 43, and Joanna Bilgutay Ozkaya, 32, met two years ago. Both women had stressful business careers and were looking for a healthy way to deal with lifes hectic pace and challenges. They found it through the practice of yoga. Di Tyssen, an international yoga trainer, encouraged them to take her certification course required to teach yoga. While holding down fulltime jobs and tending to their families, Lester and Ozkaya spent every weekend training with Tyssen and earned their teaching certificates in two years. They learned the yoga postures, along with the philosophy and benefits of balancing mind, body and spirit. Anyone wanting to improve their physical, mental and overall wellbeing can do yoga. It is wonderful to have people come here to try their first yoga class and really enjoy the practice, Lester said in a press release. Yoga invigorates the body, promotes wellness, improves coordination, balance, concentration, endurance and flexibility. Nava Yoga Studio offers classes seven days a week for every level. Sheraton Sand Key Resort earns awardCLEARWATER Sheraton Sand Key Resort, located in Clearwater Beach, recently was voted the Best Beach Resort at the annual Senses Award Gala Night and Award Ceremony, which was celebrated in March in Berlin. Sheraton Sand Key was the only hotel selected from North America to receive this honor in the last four years. The Senses Award winners were chosen from more than 500 hotels and resorts worldwide, and highlight the best of the best in 24 categories. The ceremony is recognized as one of the most esteemed events of the year for Berlin, bringing together people of high rank, as well as the elite of the hotel industry. We are honored to be nominated and awarded such a respected title, said Russ Kimball, general manager of Sheraton Sand Key, in a press release. Being named the Best Beach Resort worldwide is an admirable accomplishment. I am grateful for the recognition of our staffs excellent hospitality and dedication to guest satisfaction. This achievement has inspired us to strive harder to win again next year. Park 66 redevelopment under wayPINELLAS PARK The Sembler Company is redeveloping a shopping center thats been in the companys portfolio for more than four decades, by adding a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market to the property located at Park Boulevard and 66th Street North in Pinellas Park. Known as Park 66, the shopping center is undergoing a 62,000square-foot redevelopment. While Wal-Mart is under construction and expected to open in fall 2013, other tenants have been relocated and are continuing to do business. Tenants include Dollar Tree, Anytime Fitness, a liquor store and a hair/nail salon. Its exciting to watch this redevelopment unfold, said Josh Beyer in a press release. Beyer is vice president of development with the Sembler Company. Its been in our portfolio for so long now and has seen several retailers through many market cycles. As new development begins to pick up, we continue to see opportunities to redevelop existing shopping centers both within our own portfolio, and on behalf of third-party owners.RE/MAX names top agents MADEIRA BEACH RE/MAX All Star recently named its top agents for March 2013. The recipients of the All Star Agent Awards are Steve Busse, Renny Bryden, Wayne Holland and Linda Mann. All Star Agents must display expertise and success in listing and selling real estate along with professionalism and achievement throughout the calendar month.RE/MAX ACR recognizes top agentsRE/MAX ACR Elite Group Inc. recently recognized its top agents in the Belleair office in closed sales for the month of March. The No. 1 agent was Dorita Mayeux. The No. 2 agent was Brenda Wooldridge and the No. 3 agent was Marco Sokell.Real estate updates Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Health 9A Leader, April 11, 2013 032813 Mond a y thro u gh Frid a y h a lf d a y a rt classe s morning a nd a fternoon Classe s t a ilored ea ch week for v a rio us a ge level s from 7 18 ye a r s! Adventu rous a rt theme s m u lti-medi a p a int, crea t u re s c u lt u re s a nd cl a y Regis ter b y the week, morning or a fternoon, one week or a ll s ix Weeks of June 10 throug h July 26 (no ca mp s week of J u ly 4) S ee www.beachartcenter.or g a nd click on You th Cl ass e s to find a link for the f u ll Kreative Kids Summer Art Camp Schedule BEACH ART CENTERSUMMER ART CAMPS1515 Bay Palm Blvd. Indian Rocks Beach arts1515@aol.com032813 coupon requiredFREEJUICE10ML BOTTLE OFWith Purchase of Starter Kit.Not valid with any other offer. Expires 5/7/13 41113 E-CIGARETTE OUTLETJOIN THE VAPOR REVOLUTIONPINELLAS PARK4250 Park Blvd., 727-544-0693LARGO12681 Seminole Blvd., 727-543-0925FREEFlavor SamplesAffordable Starter Kits Unlimited FREE In-Store Samples We Stock E-Liquid with Caffeine Variable Batteries IN STOCK We Pay Cash for Gift Cards and Store Credit 041113 041113 Golf Swap Month of AprilBring Your Golf Gear & Swap! Pinellas County begins work on health improvement plan By SUZETTE PORTERThe Florida Department of Health recently released the 2012 Pinellas County Health Assessment, comprised of more than a year of data analysis of statistics provided by more than 30 local agencies plus feedback from residents. Community engagement was essential to provide a comprehensive view of health and quality of life in Pinellas, said Claude M. Dharamraj, director of the countys health department. We found that we exceeded expectations in some areas and need work in others. According to a press release, the assessment included information from more than 800 residents, who completed a survey on how they feel about Pinellas as a place to live. The surveys were conducted over five weeks in June and July 2012. The assessment identified a number of areas that need improvement. One area was affordability of health care with 16 percent of the countys adults reporting they were unable to afford a doctor visit in 2010. Information in the executive summary said of the 841 people surveyed, 55.1 percent said they had private health insurance and 19 percent had Medicaid. Twenty percent said they had no insurance or were unable to afford health care. Obesity continues to be a problem affecting more than two-thirds of the population. Pinellas County has fewer obese adults than the nation and state; however, the combined percentage of adults who were either obese or overweight was 65.6 percent higher than the national rate of 63.9 percent and state at 65 percent. Cancer was the top cause of death in 2011 at 22.8 percent, followed closely by heart disease at 22.7 percent. Officials said the death rate for heart disease had decreased slightly in the past 10 years; however, the rate of decrease for blacks was slower than the rate for whites. Lung cancer was the leading cause of cancer deaths, followed by breast cancer and prostate cancer. Death rates for breast cancer, melanoma, cervical and lung cancer increased between 2000 and 2011. Nineteen percent of the countys adults smoke cigarettes. The health assessment compared Pinellas to the state in a variety of areas. Among the areas where they county led the state was sexually transmitted diseases with 3,327 per 100,000 women ages 15 to 34 contracting a STD compared to 2,603 per 100,000 statewide. Pinellas had a domestic violence rate of 772.8 per 100,000 compared to 605 per 100,000 for the state. The countys child abuse rate was 1,876 per 100,000 and the state rate was 1,145 per 100,000. Pinellas suicide rate for the years 2009-2011 was 17.7 per 100,000 compared to 13.8 per 100,000 statewide. The rate was highest among white males ages 45 to 60. The infant death rate for the years 2009-2011 was higher in Pinellas than the state. Black infants were three times more likely to die in the first year of life than white infants were. Pinellas had 7.9 per thousand live births compared to 6.6 per thousand statewide and the percent of low birth rates was 8.6 percent compared to 8.7 percent for the state. In 2010, 153 babies were born addicted to prescription or illegal drugs, up from only 22 in 2005. One piece of good news was that 85.5 percent of people surveyed believe their community is safe, and 83.3 percent said Pinellas is a good place to raise children. The geographic area with the highest ratings was north Pinellas and the lowest came from south Pinellas. Survey participants were asked to name three factors most important to a healthy community. The top responses were access to care, healthy behaviors and a clean environment. They also said addiction was the No. 1 health concern, followed by obesity and chronic diseases. Alcohol and drug abuse was the behavior of most concern with poor nutrition coming in second followed by a lack of physical activity. The state DOH has put together a Community Health Action Team charged with developing strategies for a 2013-2017 Community Health Improvement Plan, which must be completed by July 1. Residents who want to provide feedback or need more information can call the health department at 824-6900, ext. 4667. To view the executive summary and full report, download the PDFs at www.PinellasHealth.com. BriefsShuren to speak at FMMC symposiumST. PETERSBURG The Florida Medical Manufacturers Consortium recently announced that Dr. Jeffrey Shuren will serve as keynote speaker at the annual Florida Medical Device Symposium. The symposium will take place May 6-7 at the Hilton Carillon Park in St. Petersburg. Shuren is director of the FDAs Center for Devices and Radiological Health. The CDRH is responsible for assuring the safety, effectiveness, and quality of medical devices. With the recent passage of the Medical Device User Fee Amendments of 2012, the CDRH, in partnership with the U.S. medical device industry, has renewed its commitment to increase the efficiency of its regulatory processes in order to reduce the time it takes to bring life-saving medical devices to market. We are excited and honored to have Dr. Shuren address our annual symposium, said Geary Havran in a press release. Havran is the FMMC chairman, and president and CEO of NDH Medical Inc. The CDRH and Dr. Shuren are key partners in the success of the medical device industry.Walgreens to host blood driveWalgreens has partnered with Florida Blood Services, a division of OneBlood Inc., and is sponsoring blood drives throughout the month of April. Bloodmobiles will be on site at select Walgreens stores so blood donors can conveniently share their gift of life to benefit patients. All participating blood donors will receive a $10 Walgreens gift card, along with a wellness checkup of blood pressure, pulse, temperature and iron count, plus a free cholesterol screening. To find the dates, hours and the locations of the participating Walgreens stores, visit www.oneblood.org/Walgreens. Generally healthy people age 16 or older who weigh at least 110 pounds can be blood donors. Identification is required prior to donation. For blood donor eligibility requirements visit www.fbs blood.org/html/donate/canidonate.aspx. Call 800-682-5663) or visit www.fbsblood.org. 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10A Military Leader, April 11, 2013 041113 Serving Seminole for 35 Years Oil Changes Air Conditioning Tune-ups Check Engine Light Under the Hood Under the Auto Tires & Brakes Heating & Cooling Ignition & Electrical OIL & FILTER SPECIALIncludes 24 Point Safety InspectionUPTO5 QUARTS OF5W-30 OIL. MOSTCARS. EXP. 4/30/13 Jim HobsonASE Certified Master Mechanic ASE Advanced Engine Performance Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6pm Sat. 7:30-1pm Next to Pinch-A-Penny & Snyders TransmissionPick up and Delivery!040413GM & FORD SPECIALIST9660 Seminole Blvd., Suite B Seminole Computer Reprograming Available for GM & Ford Vehicles 1996-2013. Call For Appointment! We Can Fix It!727-437-0577 The Check Engine Light Means Lots of Things ...Ignore is not one of them!Complimentary ScanRadiator Coolant Flush We accept most competitors coupons!Exhaust Repairs & Welding $1595 $7995Standard Antifreeze w/BG AdditiveEXP. 4-30-13 Telling our readers about local business since 1977.Phone Don Minie at 727-409-5252 or email mminie5382@aol.com Customers Go Where Theyre Invited. To Invite Them Through our Column: CALL 727-409-5252, Talk to Don! An Art Enrichment Program for ages 7-14 is being planned. All classes are developed by a certified elementary school art teacher. Three weeks are scheduled where art education and a fun painting class together will be provided. Each week, a different theme and each day a different painting will be completed. Week One will be a study of Art Movements. Week Two is a study of Real Artists and Week Three will be a study of Real Icons. Sessions will be daily from 9:30-12:30 and will include a discussion and creation of the painting for the day and a critique. Lunch is included. The cost of this program will be $40 a day, $175. Per week, or $525 for all three weeks. Classes are available in St. Petersburg at 2527 Central Ave. Phone 727-327-4488 and in Tampa at 2821 S. McDill Ave. Ph: 813-839-2409.Dr. Bowers and the staff of the Bowers Vein Institute prefer minimally invasive techniques. The staff takes pride in adhering to extremely high standards of patient care, and treatments are developed depending on individual patient needs. Dr. Bowers has dedicated much of his 25 year surgical experience to treating venous disease and varicose veins. Dr. Bowers was formerly the Medical Director at the St. Pete Vein Center. He has now has opened the Bowers Vein Institute where he now fully devotes his practice to the treatment of venous disease. This institute is committed to utilizing the most innovative and latest treatments options including Endovenous Laser Therapy. There have been over 100,000 EVLA successful treatments performed to date. Treatments are typically covered in full by health insurance providers. Dr. Bowers is Board Certified in Surgery and Certified by the American Board of Phlebology. You owe it to yourself to call 727-623-9999 for an appointment at 4900 95th Ave. N. Pinellas Park. Turn your childs boring summer into a fun learning experience at the Secrets of the Seas Summer Marine Adventures! Due to the closing of The Pier and the construction of Secrets of the Sea Marine Exploration Center and Aquarium in Madeira Beach, the 2013 Summer Marine Adventure will take place at Madeira Beach Recreation Center. Classes include: Sharks & Stingrays Camp (ages 9-11) Shark & Stingray Pups Camp (ages 6-8), Dates: June 10-14 or July 15-19. Marine Mammals (ages 9-11), Marine Mammal Calves (ages 6-8) Dates: June 17-21 or July 22-26. Sea Sleuths (ages 9-11), Junior Sea Sleuths (ages 6-8) Dates: June 24-28 or August 12-16. Angler Adventures (ages 10-14) Dates: July 8-12 or August 5-9. Estuar y Explorers (ages 9-11), Lil Estuary Explorers (ages 6-8) Dates: July 29 August 2. Price is $215, with available discounts for siblings and multiple camp registrations. To register: www.pieraquarium.org For more information: Call Butch Ringelspaugh, 727-895-7437, ext. 215.Summer Art Enrichment Program for Kids Call PAINTING WITH A TWIST!Announcing the Opening of BOWERS VEIN INSTITUTE! The Secrets of the Sea Marine Exploration Center and Aquariums 2013 Summer Marine Adventures will take place at the Madeira Beach Recreation Center!41113June Summer Camp for Kids, now being planned in St. Pete & Tampa William Bowers, M.D,, FACS, has over 25 years of professional experience in vascular and general surgery. Learn about local fish, mammals and the ecosystem. 032813 Salute to Military parade, fair planned By LT. COL. MICHELE SUTAKPALM HARBOR Spc. Ashlie Diggs, a paralegal specialist for headquarters and headquarters company, Army Reserve Medical Command, Pinellas Park, competed in the AR-MEDCOMs prestigious Best Warrior Competition at Camp Blanding, March 22-30. She is one of only 10 soldiers of the 9,500strong AR-MEDCOM Warriors to be selected to compete for this honor. Diggs, 22, a resident of Palm Harbor and a 2008 Countryside High School graduate, represented HHC, AR-MEDCOM, Pinellas Park, besting more than a hundred soldiers in that command to advance to the next level. I am always trying to better myself as a soldier, said Diggs, who is working toward a degree in business. I will go to any length to be a stronger soldier physically and mentally. Diggs is no stranger to the military, All the men in my family have served at least three years or more, she said, with almost four years of service herself. I am the first female in my family to join the Army. The Best Warrior Competition was developed by retired Sergeant Major of the Army Jack Tilley in 2002 as a test of a soldiers physical endurance, military knowledge, current events, and mental perseverance. The competition is an opportunity for Warriors to highlight their military skills in a competitive environment and measures how well they perform under stress. The grueling five-day event competition taxes each soldier mentally and physically. It includes a timed written exam, physical fitness test, and a number of mentally and physically challenging exercises including a 10-kilometer road march, M4 rifle qualification, urban warfare orienteering, an Army Combatives Tournament and a mystery event. Diggs began the competition at unit level, rising to command level and continuing on to higher command intended to select the noncommissioned officer and junior enlisted Soldier of the Year for AR-MEDCOM. The winner advances to train and prepare through U.S. Army Reserve Command, and upon winning will go on to represent the Army Reserve Command to the Army wide Best Warrior Competition to be held later in the year. The Army Reserve Medical Command has been represented at the top Army event in 2009 by Staff Sgt. Aaron Butler, a medical logistics noncommissioned officer from Three Forks, Mont., at the Department of the Army level competition.The Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System provided this story. Photo by LT. COL. MICHELE SUTAKU.S. Army Spc. Ashlie Diggs, top, a paralegal specialist assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Army Reserve Medical Command, grapples with an opponent during a Best Warrior Competition match at the C.W. Bill Young Armed Forces Reserve Center in Pinellas Park Feb. 21. Photo courtesy of BUILDING HOMES FOR HEROESSgt. Charles Claybaker and his wife Kandice will be the beneficiaries of the third annual Salute to the Military Parade, Street Fair and Charity Pancake Breakfast in Pass-A-Grille.Local reservist competes for Best Warrior Military updatesNathan Howard Jr. LARGO Army Pvt. Nathan Howard Jr. recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Howard is the son of Gwen and Gene Howard of Largo. He is a 2011 graduate of Center Academy, Pinellas Park.Thomas Williams LARGO Army Pvt. Thomas Williams recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Williams is the stepson of Mike White of Largo, and grandson of Roberta Williams of Clearwater. He is a 2012 graduate of Largo High School.DeAndre Witherspoon ST. PETERSBURG Army Pvt. DeAndre Witherspoon recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Witherspoon is the son of Mitchell and Michelle Witherspoon of Decatur, Ill. He is a 2011 graduate of Gibbs High School, St. Petersburg.Clayton Philipson CLEARWATER Army Pvt. Clayton Philipson recently graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Philipson is the son of Rolland Philipson of Clearwater. He is a 2012 graduate of Dunedin High School.Christopher Robey CLEARWATER Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher Robey recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Robey earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is the son of Glenn Robey of Clearwater. The airman is a 2006 graduate of Pinellas Park High School.Genevieve KeeCLEARWATER Navy Seaman Recruit Genevieve Kee recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. Kee is the daughter of Genevieve Kee of Clearwater, and Dennis Kee, of Massapequa, N.Y. She is a 2003 graduate of Malverne Senior High School of Malverne, N.Y. Erin MyersSEMINOLE Navy Airman Erin Myers and other Sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN74) recently arrived in Singapore for a schedule port visit. Myers is the daughter of Penny L. Myers of Seminole. This is the first port visit since entering the U.S. 7th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR) after five months of operating in and around the Arabian Gulf. The Stennis Strike Group consist of USS Stennis, Carrier Air Wing 9, Destroyer Squadron 21 Christopher Robey See MILITARY, page 12AST. PETE BEACH The Veterans of South Pinellas County plan its third annual Salute to the Military parade, street fair and charity pancake breakfast Friday and Saturday, April 12 and 13 in Pass-A-Grille. The parade, which begins Friday at 6 p.m., kicks off the two-day celebration organized to honor active U.S. military members and veterans. St. Pete Beach Mayor Steve McFarlin, will serve as the grand marshal of the parade and the Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri will lead the event, which will pass through the streets of Pass-A-Grille. The parade will feature the Lakewood and Admiral Farragut high school marching bands. The four branches of the U.S. military, including the Florida National Guard plus the Coast Guard, will participate. Also participating will be the Tampa Bay Rays cheerleaders and Raymond, the team mascot, plus more than 50 patriotic and military vehicles driven by veterans and current military personnel. After the parade, the Army will host a ceremony and administer the oath of enlistment to recruits from the local area marking the start of their service to the nation. The street fair with military vehicles, weapons displays and family fun activities will be from 5 to 10 p.m. on Friday and 8 a.m. to noon Saturday. Back for a third year is the charity pancake breakfast on Saturday, hosted by The Hurricane Seafood Restaurant with chefs and support staff from the Hard Rock Caf handling the cooking. Breakfast is served 8 a.m. to noon. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Military and first responders in uniform eat free. Event chairman Don Schmidt said more than 1,800 people attended last year and a similar sized turnout is expected this year. Proceeds from the event will go to the Building Homes for Heroes organization. Specifically, the group will use it to pay for renovations to a house in St. Petersburg for Sgt. Charles Claybaker and his wife Kandice and for other local charitable activities. Claybaker, a native of St. Petersburg, was severely wounded in April 2010, in Afghanistan when the Air Force CV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor he was in crashed during a night mission. The aircraft hit the ground at about 90 mph. Upon impact it flipped and caught fire. Four people were killed and 16 wounded. Claybaker had a dislocated right hip, broken acetabulum and right tibia plateau, shattered tibia/fibia post fracture at the right ankle, several damaged discs throughout his back, a traumatic brain injury, and suffers with post traumatic stress disorder. For more information, email donschmidt45@yahoo.com or 592-2860. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Pet Connection 11A Leader, April 11, 2013 Get The NewsALL FORFREE!Sign Up Today! www.TBNweekly.com e-E d itions040413 8578 Park Blvd., Seminolewww.LakeSeminoleAH.comHOURS: Mon. 7am-6pm, Tues. 7am-7pm, Wed.-Fri. 7am-6pm, Sat. 8am-1pm CareCredit (727) 393-4644 Dr. Michael Rumore Dr. Suzanne BrittonThank you to Pinellas County for voting for us in The Readers Choice Awards! Devoted to more wags and purrs. Dr. Zoe Wilkinson..011013 041113Voted 2010, 2011 & Readers Choice Winner for Best Veterinary Hospital!391-9784 7785 Oakhurst Road www.oakhurstvetcenter.comNew Extended Hours: Monday-Friday 7am-8pm Saturday 8am-2pmOakhurst Veterinary Hospital & Kennels DISCOUNT WELLNESS PLANS AVAILABLE! 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All wellness plans include UNLIMITED FREE OFFICE VISITS FOR ONE YEAR! FREE EXAM1 coupon per customer accountExpires 5-15-13 Senior Discount Wed. & Fri. Teacher/Sheriff/Military Discounts Available(See website for details)Mon.-Fri. 8am-5:30pm Sat. 8am-3pmHouse Calls Available, Pet Pickup and Delivery ServiceMichael R. Banull, D.V.M. Stephanie Jourdenais, D.V.M.13902 Walsingham Road, Largo727-595-2287Low Cost VACCINATION CLINICEvery Thursday8am-Noon Walk-Ins Welcomewww.AHLargo.com Weve Been Caring For Your Pets For 51 Years! 11013 AAHA Accredited Surgical Therapy & Laser Therapy Center Animal Hospital of LargoCompassionate Care when your Pet needs it most. 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Largo, FL 33774727-596-9156011013Matt Facarazzo, D.V.M.with this ad NEW LOCATION Compassionate Care For Your Cat or Dog Park Animal Hospital Call For Appointment Today! 727-546-98288065 66th Street North, Pinellas Park www.ParkAHVet.com Since 1964 011013Full Service Care Means: Full Medical & Surgical Hospital Vaccine & Dental Services Advanced Ear Diagnostics Nutrition Center Bathing & Boarding 021413Gentle Professional Affordable In-Home Veterinary Care For YOUR Best Friend We Specialize in Preventive Medicine Annual Wellness Exams Annual Diagnostics & Vaccines Microchipping Health and Travel Certificates Generic Testing Medications Delivered to YOUR Doorstep Geriatric Care Hospice Care Compassionate Gentle In-Home Euthanasia And More Pet food labels are simply terribleIn a recent column, Dr. Kim Donovan discussed some of the trickery that goes into the ingredient list of a pet food. Unfortunately, the shenanigans with labeling dont end there. There are many words pet food companies use that sound as though they should mean something but simply do not. The FDA, or Food and Drug Administration, does have specific rules about what a pet food label can say, but these rules can be confusing. The FDA defines that a can of pet food labeled chicken for cats has to be 95 percent chicken by weight, which sounds good. However, a food labeled chicken formula for cats has only to be 25 percent chicken. This can be a problem for people trying to avoid certain ingredients for their pets because of food allergies. That expensive bag of salmon and red lentil formula only has to be 25 percent salmon and red lentils; the rest can be anything. The word with is defined by the FDA as at least 3 percent; the can of cat food with chicken only has to contain 3 percent chicken. While with seems anemic by FDA standards, it is robust compared to how they define flavor. By FDA standards, chicken flavor cat foods only has to contain an essence of chicken that is detectable. There are dogs trained to determine if a product is present in a food, similar to trained drug sniffing dogs, so the actual amount may be infinitesimally small. With all these specific percentages defined by the FDA, they have also defined what percent means. By the FDA rules, percent means 95 percent. Yes, you did read that correctly. Premium pet foods sound impressive, and many come with a premium price tag as well. The FDA has no legal definition of the word premium, super-premium or gourmet, which means that these word can be put on ANY dog or cat food label, no matter how terrible they may be. Holistic is a popular, though misused, term on many pet foods. The concept of holistic medicine was supposed to mean that all things were taken into consideration with a patient, including diet, exercise, supplements and even mental state, as opposed to the just take a pill mentality that is becoming more and more prevalent. Holistic on dog or cat food means ... nothing. Anyone can put it on any label, even if the food is entirely synthetic and unnatural. Another popular and entirely meaningless pet food term is human-grade. According to the FDA, this phrase has no meaning. Human-edible means a food that people could eat, but human-grade can be placed on any pet food no matter what is inside of the bag or can.A pet food manufacturer is also not allowed to make health claims unless it would apply to any normal pet receiving an adequate diet. That food that claims to promote healthy skin or promote glossy coat can only make those claims if any pet receiving an adequate food would have those qualities. In essence, those phrases mean absolutely nothing. We have still only skimmed the very surface of how inadequate and bad pet food labels are. Shoppers should be wary; the super-premium, gourmet, human-grade buffalo flavor dinner for a healthy coat may not be worth the super premium gourmet price it costs, nor may it be any better for your four legged loved one.Michael J. Rumore, DVM, is the owner of Lake Seminole Animal Hospital in Largo and a former SPCA Tampa Bay board member.Pets of the month Mastiff buddiesCongratulations to Dani and Billy for winning TBNs April Pet of the Month prize. These adorable mastiff puppies belong to Amanda Hunt of Seminole and come from the same breeder in Minnesota, though they were adopted at different times. Dani is now 5 months old and Billy is 3 months. Angela fell in love with mastiffs after watching Turner and Hooch, even though she admits that Hooch was actually a French mastiff. She and her husband have now owned seven mastiffs, always two at a time. Dani is their first brindle mastiff and has a mischievous side to her. Before Billy, Dani had temporarily had an older mastiff sister, but it turned out that she is aggressive around other dogs and would do best being the only furry queen of the house.She has since found another loving home where there are no other pets and her new parents are working to tame her aggression. That situation opened the door for the Hunts to find Billy. Danis breeder had sent the Hunts a letter, saying there had been another litter and one of the little boys was blind in one eye. The breeder thought the Hunts would provide the perfect home for this special boy and that Dani would be a wonderful big sister. Although Billy will soon lose his bad eye, he is adapting well, and he and Dani are the best of friends. Over the years, Angelas dogs have helped her dive into photography, and for about a year now, she has volunteered with the SPCA Tampa Bay to do their photographs. Angela has always loved animals, and now they have taught her to t ake pictures as well. The Hunts and their mastiff pair have won a $25 gift certificate to Largo Feed and Garden Supply in either Largo or Pinellas Park. Send your pet photos to Alexandra Lundahl at alundahl@TBNWeekly.com. Pet Photo Contest Sponsored byLargo Feed210 West Bay Dr, Largo, FL 727-581-8743 & Park Feed5775 Park Blvd. Pinellas Park 727-546-7503 Speaking of PetsMichael J. Rumore, DVM RamboRambo is a 2-year-old, 50pound American pit bull terrier. His owner didnt want to travel back up north with a dog, so Rambo was dropped off at Animal Services on Valentines Day. He longs for someone caring to adopt him. His adoption fee has been lowered to $25 because he has been with Animal Services for so long. He has been neutered, is up to date on shots, and is microchipped. Visit him at 12450 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Call 582-2600 or visit www. pinellascounty.org/animalservi ces/petfind. DamienDamien is a 10-year-old domestic medium hair cat who just wants a place to call home. He is a darling boy and is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. To learn more about him or the other adoptable animals, call Pet Pal Animal Shelter at 328-7738 or visit 405 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg or www.petpalan imalshelter.com. StarMeet Star, a 1-year-old pit bull mix. This sweet girl is in search of a family to shine her love upon. She is a smart pup who already knows her tricks and is housetrained. She would make an excellent companion for family members of all ages. Squeaky toys are her favorite. Her adoption fee is $30, which includes her spay surgery, vaccinations, microchip, 30 days of pet insurance and your new best friend. Meet Star today at the SPCA Tampa Bay, 0900 130th Ave. N., Largo. Visit www.spcatampabay .org. SabrinaSabrina and her brother were left at Animal Services at Christmas, and now their foster family with Save Our Strays is moving out of state this month. Called One Paw and Two Paws by their foster dad, these two tuxedo cats are best buddies. Save Our Strays hopes that they will not have to be separated. A lovely pair with great personalities, they love to play and enjoy being lap cats. If you have room in your home for these two declawed beauties, call 545-1116. All Save Our Strays cats are spayed or neutered, fully vetted and microchipped. Visit www.saveourstraysinc.com. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Suite 3727.545.8633Pinellas Park, FL 33781TAMPA / OLDSMAR 13513 Prestige Place, Suite 101813.854.1234Tampa, FL 33635NEW PORT RICHEY 6232 Madison St.,727.938.2900New Port Richey, FL 34652 FREE CONSULTATION!4413 031413910 West Bay Drive, Largo727-437-2113 Closed SundaysNew & Resale Designer Boutique NOW FEATURING Fine Home AccessoriesAccepting Upscale Consignment Gucci Tori Burch Coach Tommy Bahama Robert Graham The Agriculture Schedule a treasure trove of genealogical informationIn last months column, I introduced what are called the non-population census schedules. Those are documents over and above the enumeration of the population created during the decennial census. There are several of those schedules, and this month I will talk a bit about one of them: the Agricultural Schedule. The Agricultural Schedule was produced for the years 1850 through 1910, with those from 1850 to 1880 being preserved, as well as one in 1885 for those states doing a state census in that year. The Agricultural Schedules are useful in providing an overall view of the agricultural state of the nation, and more specifically, giving a detailed understanding of the state of individual farms. In general, data recorded on the agricultural schedules covered one year exactly preceding the year of enumeration which was 1 June for the years in question. Not every farm, however, was included in those schedules. In 1850, for example, small farms that produced less than $100 worth of products annually were not included. By 1870, the rule was that farms of less than three acres or which produced less than $500 worth of products were not included. Thankfully, some census takers ignored the guidelines, and often even small farms that should have been excluded will appear on the schedule. If a person appearing on the population schedule owned or operated a farm, that persons name and detailed information about the farm would appear on the farm schedule as well. In addition to the names of the owners and managers, you will find such information as the total acreage, number of farm animals (horses, milch, cows, pigs, etc.), and the amounts of various crops harvested. Specifically explored was the amount of oats, rice, tobacco, cotton, wool, peas, beans, Irish potatoes, sweet potatoes, barley, buckwheat, orchard products, wine, butter, cheese, hay, clover seed, other grass seeds, hops, hemp, flax, flaxseed, silk cocoons, maple sugar, cane sugar, molasses, beeswax, and honey produced during the preceding year. The information requested on each schedule changed throughout the years. For example, in the 1880 census the number of questions on the farm schedule was nearly double the number found on the 1870 census. The message here is that if you find your ancestors name on one farm schedule, look for it also on the schedules for other years because they may yield more or different information. Since a farm owner may not be the farm operator, you might find a city dweller listed on the farm schedule. This circumstance can lead to more information about the family than you may have imagined since now a rural environment with its social and economic context has been revealed to augment the city environment and its context. This may be just the hint you needed to break through one of those pesky brick walls. Other uses of the agricultural schedule are to help identify the land holdings of your ancestors, show each farm in relation to the neighboring farms and their owners (this can be helpful when land and tax records are missing, or for exploring the families of future spouses), and for AfricanAmerican research the 1850 and 1860 Agricultural Schedules help identify white overseers, Black sharecroppers, or track free Black men and their economic growth. Ancestry.com is one of the better places to find U.S. federal agricultural schedules. They are available there for the years 1850-1880 for the following states: Alabama, California, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, and Washington territory. Remember, although Ancestry.com is a subscription site, you can access if for free from your local public library. In sum, the agricultural schedule holds much information for family researchers. It can offer hints leading to missing ancestors, and certainly they can provide much information to help you better understand the day-to-day lives of your ancestors, as well as insights to their economic and social situations.Peter Summers is an amateur genealogist who has been working on his family history since 1972. He is past president of the Pinellas Genealogy Society. Genealogy exposedPeter Summers and USS Mobile Bay (CG53), is deployed to the U.S. 7th Fleet AOR conducting maritime security operations and theater security cooperation efforts to support regional security and stability of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Myers is a 2008 graduate of Central Dauphin High School of Harrisburg, Pa. and joined the Navy in April 2012. Casey Clement ST. PETERSBURG Air Force Airman Casey Clement recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Clement is the son of Ruby Clement of St. Petersburg. He is a 2012 graduate of St. Petersburg High School. Gilmore of Phoenix, Ariz., and brother of Bruce Dally of Pinellas Park. The airman is a 2007 graduate of North Canyon High School, Phoenix, Ariz. Melnick earned distinction as an honor graduate. MILITARY, from page 10A Casey Clement Joshua Dewberry INDIAN ROCKS BEACH Air Force Airman Joshua Dewberry graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Dewberry is the son of Michelle Edwards of Indian Rocks Beach, and grandson of Barbara Parr of St. Petersburg. He is a 2008 graduate of Hamilton High School, Chandler, Ariz. Joshua Dewberry Kyle Melnick PINELLAS PARK Air Force Airman Kyle Melnick recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Melnick is the son of Cynthia Kyle Melnick Michael RotondoMADEIRA BEACH Michael Rotondo recently completed the U.S. Navy Basic Training at the Recruit Training Command Center, Great Lakes, Ill. Rotondo is the son of Derek Forand and Jennifer Parrillo of Madeira Beach. He is a 2011 graduate of Admiral Farragut Academy. N.A. Rotondo is now attending the Naval ASchool in Pensacola. Michael RotondoRodney Moeller PINELLAS PARK Air Force Airman Rodney Moeller recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Moeller is the son of Trudy Moore of St. Petersburg, and Rodney Moeller of Pinellas Park. He is a 2012 graduate of Dixie M. Hollins High School. Rodney Moeller Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Viewpoints 13A Leader, April 11, 2013For a state that prides itself on having so much sunshine, Florida is regarded as a giant Petri dish. Look through the microscope and a major source of the problem is easily identified Tallahassee. Say it isnt so. Two well-respected open-government advocates gave troubling accounts of the assault on public access to information at the third annual Sunshine Summit March 16 at St. Petersburg Colleges Seminole campus. A public integrity section of the U.S. Department of Justice compiles a jolly list of the most corrupt states in the nation, said author and political commentator Diane Roberts. Guess who was number one? Yup. The Sunshine State. Can you believe we beat New Jersey? We beat Illinois. OK. Think about that, the most public official corruption in the country. But how on earth, given our great open government laws, do we get to a place where weve got all this bad stuff, often illegal stuff, going on? Roberts said. Somebody has to say wait a minute, you cant do that, she said. That would be the states First Amendment Foundation, the press and the public because the state doesnt have an agency to enforce open government laws. Other watchdogs have stuck their noses in the Petri dish, including a collaborative project called the State Integrity Investigation, which gave Florida a grade of D+ in public access to information. The list goes on. There are many atrocities to list on open government, Roberts said. Sadly, a shrinking press corps, as we in the newspaper business know all to well, has made holding officials accountable more difficult. The press remains energetic, but smaller. Capital bureaus used to have lots of people in them. Now they either have fewer people or they are not there at all, Roberts said. Floridas First Amendment Foundation President Barbara Petersen echoed Roberts remarks, providing several examples of governments denying people access to public information in a timely manner, charging outrageous fees for records reproduction and refusing to let people speak at meetings. Easy pickings are the governors office. Petersen said she will miss for the entertainment factor Gov. Rick Scotts former minister of truth, Press Secretary Brian Burgess. Petersens favorite Burgess quote was a response to a reporter from one of the largest papers in the state who was denied access for documents that were clearly public records. When she asked why, he said, theyre not ready for prime time. Theres a new statutory exemption. The not-ready-for prime-time exemption, Petersen said. She also gave several examples of Sunshine Law abuse at the local levels. The Boynton Beach Police Department, for example, accepts public records requests only on Wednesdays. Random rules and conditions that operate as barriers to our constitutional rights of access, Petersen said. The sad truth is too often we dont push back. If there is a positive note, Petersen believes lawmakers will pass legislation this year requiring governments to allow citizens to speak at their meetings. This is the No. 1 complaint from citizens, she said. Among the issues the foundation will be looking at next year are fees for public records. She said it will be difficult because local governments will fight against reform on fees. Governments agencies should be able to recover the cost of providing public records. They should not be in the income generating column, she said. She found out that the city of Orlando charges $564 an hour for computer run time. Their definition of extensive is five minutes or more, she said. No other local government in the area charges for computer run time. Whos going to pay that? Somethings got to give. The law says 15 cents a page or the actual cost of duplication. So why is an agency charging $10 for a CD? That CD should cost 35 cents, she said. When we asked the city of Naples why they are charging $10 for a CD, they said Well everybody else does. That doesnt make it right. The city changed its policy, but the extensive use fee needs to be revised, she said. Software is available that will allow for the cost-effective redaction of exempt information. Why arent we taking advantage of these technologies? she said. All this is a strong indication that our state lawmakers continue to place a low priority on open government. Consequently they put a low priority on good government. Thats life in the prime time Petri dish.Tom Germond is executive editor of Tampa Bay Newspapers. Email tgermond@TBNweek ly.com. Tom Germond Are you frustrated? Has your career stalled? Is your life not what youd like it to be? Then maybe its because you lack vision and passion. Todays culture is crawling with references to vision and passion. The talk shows, the wise-person interviews, TV and print advertisements they are loaded with the importance of vision and passion. So you and I better hop aboard that train right now. You may ask, Just what is vision? What is passion? Vision used to go by several names: planning, having a blueprint, a marketing strategy, a dream for the future, hope, looking ahead. We all did one or more of those things, and somehow the job got done. But then the bright boys on Madison Avenue said, We need a new buzzword that makes us seem smarter than we are. Lets try VISION! Today a candidate cannot be elected president or dogcatcher unless he/she describes the vision he has for the office. A new manager of a major league baseball team is asked, What is your vision for the team? Dont bore us with facts about your pitching rotation. Talk about vision! Henry Dorgg, a pharmacist in Arlo, Kansas, decides to open a new drugstore, the first one in town. He does all the right things. He chooses a good location on Main Street; he buys the best equipment; he hires trained personnel; he joins the Chamber of Commerce; he charges reasonable prices. But a year later, he shuts down. Why does he fail? The bright-boys verdict: He had no vision. Twenty years ago job applicants were routinely asked, Where do you see yourself five years from now? A perfectly good question. But in todays job interviews the question is What is your vision for yourself, the company, the universe? I recently learned that at least one publishing expert is telling all would-be novelists, You and/or your novel must have a vision, if it is to succeed. As I try to comprehend that advice, Ill be wondering whether Tolstoy, Faulkner, Updike, Hemingway and other major writers asked themselves What is my vision for this novel? each time they took pen in hand. Now lets turn to another buzzword that swept into town a few years ago and is still ultra-fashionable: passion. To paraphrase an old song: You aint got a thing if you aint got that passion. The old expressions indicating enthusiasm have fallen by the wayside in todays conversations. No longer is it groovy to say I love Bruce Springsteen. My brother is wild about soccer. My sister is really into Etruscan history. Thats old-fashioned phraseology. Today youd better slip at least a couple of passions into your narrative or no one will take you seriously. In 2013, if youre not passionate about something (preferably everything), your friends may think youre in a coma. And dont forget to say how excited you are (even if you really arent). Im so excited to be here at the Rotary Club luncheon. Is there room in the world for persons who do NOT have a list of overwhelming passions to set forth on their resumes and (ultimately) in their obituaries? Im thinking of people who as they move through life take quiet enjoyment from one, two or twenty different interests and pursuits, but who cannot truthfully say, Oh, yes, I have a passion for bowling, and for watching Dr. Phil. Another of my passions is collecting hummels. Do YOU have passions you want to tell me about? Oh, lets swap passions! Over-using terms like vision and passion is one big way in which language is cheapened. Without really thinking about it, we permit ourselves to be sucked into using lazy, imprecise, catch-all words. They allow us to lurch forward linguistically without having to expend time and thought choosing exactly the word thats needed. But I could be wrong. Maybe those people who seem to possess all those passions are telling the truth. Maybe theyre sincere in the depth of their feelings and enthusiasms. If so, I wish them well. I wish them the opportunity and energy to chase their passions as far as they can. And I envy them, I suppose. Although Ive had a fairly interesting life and my share of adventures, most of the time Ive avoided the whole-hog, dive-in-head-first, damn-the-torpedoes approach that so many passionate people later describe, if and when they live to tell about it. I admire the ones Ive met, but many of them have been a royal pain in the neck to know well, or even to talk to.Bob Driver is a former columnist and editorial page editor for the Clearwater Sun. Send him an email at tralee71@comcast.net.Boarding the vision-passion train 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 Advertising Director: 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 Beach Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Belleair/Beach Bee: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.com Clearwater Beacon: Alexandra Lundahl alundahl@tbnweekly.com Dunedin Beacon: Tom Germond tgermond@tbnweekly.comLargo Leader: Juliana A. Torres jtorres@tbnweekly.com Palm Harbor/East Lake Beacon: Bob McClure bmcclure@tbnweekly.com Pinellas Park Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com Seminole Beacon: Tiffany Razzano trazzano@tbnweekly.com General Editorial editorial@tbnweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERS Drivers SeatBob Driver An assault on access to informationPinellas County stormwater tax who benefits?Editor: We do not support a Pinellas County tax, which would continue its flawed, piecemeal stormwater management. For 30 years, the county has denied remediation and maintenance to private stormwater ponds, which they use for public benefit. They are at the heart of the system, since they feed into larger lakes and influence their water quality. That the county wants to tax us and offer us only a new version of the ineffective Adopt-a-Pond program is outrageous. There is a difference between looking at the bigger scope and looking at big things, such as Lake Walsingham. They may be the 800-pound gorillas in the room, but lakes like Lake Sylvia are vital to comprehensive stormwater management we are the 800 onepound gorillas. Master plans make recommendations how to achieve overall goals. The County will never develop effective recommendations by ignoring these hundreds of lakes. It is one ecosystem. Over the last 30 years, the county helped Lake Sylvia residents only once, to remove algae and plant some plants, which they promised to maintain but never did. The county policy of maintenance of stormwater ponds is the responsibility of the local community that benefits from it, which includes many more homeowners than just those around Lake Sylvia. The Adopt-a-Pond program only succeeded in transferring the financial burden that belongs to the community at large onto the few of us. This one-time plant and forget about it approach is not responsible ongoing maintenance for stormwater ponds. Plants alone are in no way sufficient to solve the basic problems of privately owned lakes used by the county as public stormwater ponds. Beneficial plants do not address pollutants such as litter, motor oil, gasoline, pesticides, pet waste, and sediment. Only after stormwater retrofitting, catching pollutants before they reach the lake, and sediment removal is done does it make sense to plant the lake. Water follows the laws of nature, not of discrete political entities. Any future cosmetic Adopt-a-Pond, version 2.0 for private lakes, which are used for public benefit, will not be effective. Perpetuating this failed approach will only hurt citizens and our environment for the next 30 years. For Pinellas County to solve the problem, they need to integrate all the elements of the stormwater system public and private, large and small lakes in a single plan. John Reyner SeminoleKudos for green recertificationEditor, I would like to congratulate Pinellas County for being the first county in the state to achieve a Florida Green Local Government recertification. Pinellas County had been the first jurisdiction in the state to receive the Green Local Government designation in 2006 when it achieved the silver level. I hope the city of Seminole also will establish long-term sustainability efforts in each of its departments. Seminole needs to develop, establish, and maintain its direction for long-term sustainability plans. Perhaps, the city should work more closely with Pinellas County Extension Urban Sustainability resources, such as agent Ramona Madhosingh-Hector. I would also like to applaud the efforts of local Seminole citizens, Mary Ann Kirk and Bob Huttick, who have taken Extension courses of Sustainable Floridians and Nutrition. These citizens are also wonderful role models through their leadership role of our only Seminole Community Garden, and their membership in Seminoles Tree Advisory Committee. Thank you, Pinellas County, for leading the way to helping all municipalities to upgrade its use of sustainable practices. Mary Hampton SeminoleBetter alternatives than traffic circlesEditor: Belleair has a traffic problem too much going too fast. I understand Mayor Katica and the commissioners have approved a couple traffic circles on Indian Rocks Road at taxpayer expense thinking that may reduce traffic volume. But have they tried less expensive and less permanent alternatives first? Im not sure about that. I believe a townwide speed limit of 25 mph should be implemented and rigorously enforced. Belleair is strictly a residential community, and every residential community (several) I have lived in, 25 mph was the norm. This allowed residents to safely walk/bicycle on the streets. And there are five entrances to Belleair. Why not put the hated speed bumps in place at those locations? Both may convince pass through drivers to go elsewhere with minimal Belleair taxpayer expense. Both of these things are certainly cheaper than the traffic circles, which if put in place, and do not achieve the desired traffic reduction, then what? Remove them also at taxpayer expense? I have neighbors that are in favor of speed bumps and speed reduction to 25 mph. I drive at that speed on my street out of consideration for those living here. I hope other residents do the same. The mayor does not think a 5 mph speed reduction will accomplish much. I think it will improve safety and possibly reduce traffic, both beneficial. As a resident of Belleair, I want to see improved street safety, and a reduction in unnecessary traffic volume, in conjunction with smart town road planning and tax spending. I dont see that happening. If any Belleair readers are of a like mind, then you should speak up and tell the mayor and commissioners your thoughts. They are supposed to work for us town of Belleair residents. Ross Whitaker BelleairGreat event needs more parkingEditor: As an Indian Rocks Beach property owner and part-time resident, I wanted to offer my praise and congratulations to the organizers of Green Fest, and especially to coordinator Christy Ward. How exciting that the event keeps growing. Apparently the only blemish was a lack of parking (though IRB does allow on-street parking, so all was well). I hope we all see the irony in this so-called problem at an eco-friendly Green Fest. Perhaps the goal should be to reduce the need for more parking by encouraging carpools, shuttles, and having more people walk and bicycle to future events. Maybe a bike parking area could help? Thanks again, and heres to a successful and eco-friendly 2014! Diane Daniel Durham, N.C.Thanks to supportersEditor: Many thanks to all the good folks who were so kind to us in the recent city of Seminole local election. We finished in third place for the first time, with more votes than the previous election. And we did it the old-fashioned way, we earned your vote. We did not buy it. Traditionally, we pay for the filing fees and associated costs, about $200. Last year the successful candidate spent that much per vote received, of about $30,000. We have not seen the final financials for this recent election, but are aware that the incumbents spent large amounts of money again. It just does not seem logical that anyone would have to spend that kind of money to get elected here in Seminole. Again, many thanks to all who gave their time and talent to an open, honest effort. Thanks to all who allowed us to place our signs on their properties. And a special thanks to all the good folks who supported us with their votes. We appreciate your participation in the democratic process. And look forward to the time when folks do not have to buy their way to a seat on our City Council. Tom Christy Seminole Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Buyers we have the best listings PinellasHomes4Sale.comHiring 1 full time agent, expenses paid call Randy Bowman for a confidential interview. 16201 Redington Drive2BR/2BA, Waterfront with Dock$399,000 9154 127th Lane, Seminole3BR/2BA/2CG Pool and Lakefront$207,900 11690 Oval Drive, Largo2BR/2BA/2CG Great Area$137,000041113 Deal Fell ThroughUnder Contract Under Contract 14A Faith & FamilyHow birth order might affect parentingMy husband, the girls and I were driving to a wedding a few weeks ago, listening to the radio when well-known author and speaker, Dr. Kevin Leman came on talking about the birth order of kids in a family, explaining that where you are in the birth order often shapes you as a person. As we listened, we couldnt believe how what he was saying was so true. My husband and I are both firstborns, so we are very similar in a lot of ways. According to Dr. Leman, Clearly, firstborns are natural leaders. They also tend to be reliable, conscientious and perfectionists who dont like surprises. Although, firstborns are typically aggressive, many are also compliant people-pleasers. They are model children who have a strong need for approval from anyone in charge. Can you relate to this if you are a firstborn? How about your firstborn child? I know I can. I am a perfectionist and a people pleaser. My oldest daughter is too. Dr. Leman goes on to say how we parent, or how our parents raised us, is why we are how we are. I started thinking about how I treat my first child compared to my second. I do give her more responsibilities. I often say, Watch your little sister or Help your little sister. I know I had more responsibilities growing up, especially with three younger siblings. Dr. Leman says as parents we need to watch that we arent improvers to our firstborn, meaning we dont ask our child to do something and then improve what they have done. This makes them try to be even more of a perfectionist because they feel they didnt do what we want done the right way. And yes, I am guilty of that. I will straighten things up after I ask my daughter to straighten something up. Its my perfectionist personality. Now that I am aware, I am going to work on that. Its funny how being a parent the first time is different than even the second time around. A good example for my husband and I is our pacifier policy. When my oldest Randi Kay was born and she would drop her pacifier on the floor, we would rinse the pacifier in hot water and sterilize it before giving it back to her. With our second child, Graci, we didnt go to extremes to sterilize it. We would just rinse it with water and pop it back in her mouth. I see with my brother and sister-in-law who have four kids that there just isnt time to do all you did with the first baby as the fourth. There are three more kids to contend with. So, what does Dr. Leman say about the children after the firstborn? He says, Middle children often feel like their older brother gets all the glory while their younger sister escapes all discipline. Because the middle child feels that the world pays him less attention, he tends to be secretive; he does not openly share his thoughts or feelings. While lastborns may be charming, they also have the potential to be manipulative, spoiled or babied to the point of helplessness. The last child also loves the limelight. Now if you have an only child, Dr. Leman says they are like the firstborns, but they are even more responsible and even bigger perfectionists. I can see how my second daughter is very similar to what Dr. Leman says about the lastborn. She is a little babied. She is charming and wants to keep up with her older sister, but can be a little spoiled and manipulative to get what she wants. Just recently my older daughter told me my younger one gets away with more than her. I didnt realize I was letting her get away with more, but I started watching that. Dr. Leman says thats typical: Statistics show the lastborn is least likely to be disciplined and the least likely to have to toe the mark the way the older children did. You can be sure your older children are watching you closely! And they are. I remember telling my mom the same thing about my younger siblings. I do recall my parents discipline was different for each one of us. My mom and dad could just look at me sternly and I would cry. Now, for my brother and middle sister that was a different story. The birth order is definitely something to think about as we raise our children. I dont know how much we can change how the birth order affects our childrens personalities, but we can at least try to work on any negative effects the birth order can have.Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls ages 7 and 8, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com. Heiser-StanleyRebecca J. Heiser and Tommy Stanley were married on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Tampa. Father Zack Elliott and Deacon Charles Durban officiated. The bride is the daughter of Chad and Jill Heiser of Seminole. She is a 2002 Seminole High School graduate. She also earned an associate degree in 2004, an Associate of Science in nursing in 2006, and a bachelors degree in nursing in 2009, all from St. Petersburg College. Bayfront Baby Place employs her. The groom is the son of Tom and Ellen Stanley of Valrico. He is a 1999 graduate of Jesuit High. He attended Florida State University from 2000 to 2005. RXperts Pharmacy in Tampa employs him. The wedding party included Tina Hamilton, maid of honor; Greg Monk, best man; Charlotte Heiser, Teri Anastasio and Amanda Tomlinson, bridesmaids; Michael Linde, Angel Suarez and Derek Furlong, groomsmen, Zachary Heiser and Kyle Juan, ushers; Richard Heiser and Jack Stanley, readers; Albin J. Anderson, cantor; and Sean Fitzsimmons-Brown, organist. A reception followed the ceremony at 220 West Seventh Ave., Tampa. The couple took a honeymoon cruise to Jamaica. They reside in Tampa. Porters celebrate 60th anniversaryL. Russell Porter and his wife Janet recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple were married March 14, 1953, in Danvers, Mass., at the old Holy Trinity Methodist Church in the Tapleyville section of the town. They are the parents of Linda of Clarksville, Tenn; Sandra of Lowell, Mass; Shirley of Glenburn, Maine; and Wayne of Haverhill, Mass. The couple has six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. They spend their summers in Newport, Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Stanley Janet and Russel Porter Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbs Faith briefsSplash of Jazz to benefit homeless familiesCLEARWATER The Holy Spirit Ecumenical Catholic Church will host Splash of Jazz, an hors doeuvres and wine party to benefit Religious Community Services Grace House on Saturday, April 13, 7 to 10 p.m., at the Harborview Center, 300 Cleveland St., in downtown Clearwater. Ernest Hooper, Tampa Bay Times Bureau Chief and columnist, will emcee the benefit, which will feature a silent auction, the sounds of Alan Darcy on saxophone, a Dolphin Tale, behind-the-scenes experience. Tickets are $35 per person or $30 for groups of 10. Make reservations at www.SplashofJazz.com. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Grace House is a program for families with children that are homeless in Pinellas County. It provides eight weeks of emergency shelter and case management to more than 500 people, most of them children, annually. RCS Grace House keeps families together while they overcome their crisis of homelessness.Seminole First Baptist ChurchSEMINOLE A yard sale will be presented Saturday, April 20, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Seminole First Baptist Churchs youth building, 11000 Johnson Blvd. All proceeds will go toward the churchs youth mission trips to Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center Learn to Meditate Tuesdays, 10 to 11:15 a.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. The purpose of meditation is to create calm and peaceful experiences of mind. This class includes two guided meditations and a teaching. It is perfect for anyone with an interest in Buddhism and meditation. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for students and those with limited income. Introduction to Buddhist Psychology Thursdays, 7 to 8:30 p.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. The class teaches basic meditation and the practice of Kadampa Buddhism. The purpose of these classes is to help people to gain personal experience of inner peace, to overcome their daily problems, and to find real happiness in their hearts. This class includes two guided meditations and a teaching. It is perfect for anyone with an interest in Buddhism and meditation. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for students and those with limited income. Prayers For World Peace Sundays, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at Parbawatiya Kadampa Buddhist Center, 201 Sixth Ave. S., Safety Harbor. Led by Buddhist monk Kelsang Chokyan, this class presents an introduction to meditation from the Kadampa Buddhist tradition. The class will include two guided meditations and a short talk, and is suitable for beginners. Everyone is welcome. Donations are appreciated. For information, call 797-9770 or visit www.MeditationInTam paBay.org. BriefsMOAA to meetSOUTH PASADENA The St. Petersburg chapter of the Military Officers Association of America will meet for lunch on Friday, April 19, at Banquet Masters, 8100 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Social hour will start at 11 a.m. followed by lunch and a short program. Military officers that are retired, active duty or former officers and their spouses or widows are invited to attend. For reservations, call Bill Bolin at 584-1595. The association meets third Fridays.Sock hop setCLEARWATER The Florida s Original Rockers, a nonprofit organization, plans its 14th annual spring fling sock hop for Saturday, April 20, 6 to 10 p.m., at the American Legion Hall Post 7, 1760 Turner St. People can come and listen and dance to rock n roll music from the s, s and s. There also will be line dancing, trivia contests and door prizes. Dress either in s style or casual. There will be snacks on the tables and an in-house restaurant with food for sale and a cash bar. The Original Rockers dance club is a nonprofit organization that participates in community fundraisers throughout the Tampa Bay area. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the communities in the area. Admission is $7 each, and children younger than 12 are free. Call 535-2728 or 813-837-3335 for tickets. Visit theLargo Leaderat www.TBNweekly.com Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Participants learn about the ecosystems and early residents of Weedon Island Preserve while hiking the coastal uplands and along boardwalks through mangrove forests. The hikes are best for ages 6 and older. On Friday, April 12, at 8 a.m. join the Great Weedon Bird Quest to learn the identifying marks and behaviors of our feathered yearround residents and seasonal visitors while assisting in compiling an annual checklist of the preserves birds. This two-hour hike is designed to take advantage of all levels of birding experience. Binoculars and bird guides are available. Advance registration required. Recommended for adults. Florida is known for its 1,200 miles of coastline, including its awardwinning beaches. However, today our waterfront is threatened by rising sea levels. On Wednesday, April 17, a Sea Level Scenarios program investigates the potential effects of sea level rise on a natural ecosystem and a local municipality. Recommended for adults, the presentation will utilize a combination of online tools, field activities and facilitated discussion. This five-hour workshop starts at 9 a.m. Advance registration required with a $10 registration fee, which includes lunch. Closed-toed shoes for the field activities as well as sun protection, hat and water bottle are suggested. A two-hour Saturday, April 20, hike is a perfect opportunity for adult photographers to hone their skills. After a classroom session beginning at 8 a.m. highlighting specific wildlife behaviors and focus tips, guides will assist participants in capturing the natural beauty outdoors. Advance registration required. On Wednesday, April 24, there is a two-hour People and the Environment hike to learn and discuss ways native people utilized natures raw materials from the uplands to the wetlands and coastal environment. Advance registration is required for this hike, which begins at 2 p.m. Learn about the ecosystems and the early residents of Weedon Island Preserve while hiking the coastal uplands and the boardwalks through mangrove forests on Saturday, April 27. The two-hour hike, beginning at 9 a.m. is best for ages 6 and older. 9 to 11 a.m. Advance registration required. Visitors to Weedon Island Preserve in St. Petersburg are likely to see a roseate spoonbill as it hikes along the property.On Thursday, April 4, from 6:45 to 8 p.m., join Dr. Kathy Guindon, of Florida Fish and Wildlife Research Institute for the spring 2013 Marine Science Salty Topics speaker presentation, Citizens and Scientists Investing Tarpon at Weedon Island. Guindon will describe the recent findings from the Tarpon Genetic Recapture Study. There will be a review of known tarpon life history, how the current study got started and how you can get involved. Refreshments are donated by Friends of Weedon Island. The Wee-Time at Weedon program is designed to introduce preschool children to the wonders of the natural and cultural world. Every second and fourth Thursday of each month from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m., children are treated to a variety of stories and hands-on activities that connect them to their environment. These free programs are recommended for ages 3 to 5. Come out to Weedon Island and see how Archaeology Works. This Saturday, April 13, two-hour workshop reveals how archaeological flotation works and how archaeologists recover tiny seeds, bits of charcoal, wee animal bone fragments and other small pieces of things people long ago left behind. Beginning at 10 a.m., the workshop is recommended for all ages. Join Clearwater Marine Aquarium staff on Wednesday, April 17, for a Flipping for Dolphins program. Learn about their work with four resident Atlantic bottlenose dolphins while they discuss dolphin behavior, animal care and training techniques, and the biography of each of CMAs resident dolphins. The 10 to 11 a.m. program is recommended for all ages. Interest in backyard poultry has increased due to new regulations allowing chickens in some local communities in Pinellas County. On Saturday, April 20, Chickens 101 presents the fundamentals of raising chickens with such topics as local laws and resources, benefits of chickens, the basics (breeds, housing, feeding, health and chicken development), biosecurity and getting started. There is a $10 per family advance registration fee for this 8:30 a.m. to noon workshop. On a trial basis, Weedon Island Preserve Cultural and Natural History Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Wednesday in April, in addition to Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Weedon Island Preserve protects more than 3,700 acres of natural ecosystems and is located at 1800 Weedon Drive NE in St. Petersburg. The preserve is operated under the Pinellas County Parks and Conservation Resources Department and is open to the public seven days a week, including holidays, from 7 a.m. to 15 minutes before sunset. Its many outdoor activities include walking trails, a fishing pier and a canoe/kayak launch. Pinellas County Extension offers classes, programs and activities at the Cultural and Natural History Center. The center features the permanent exhibit, Connecting People and Place, an art-inspired, handson educational exhibit which reveals the areas history, ecology and people. The center is open Thursday to Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. It is closed all Pinellas County holidays. To learn more about Weedon Island Preserve and its upcoming programs and events, call (727) 453-6500. To register for programs and events visit www.weedonislandpreserve.org. Videos featuring Weedon Island Preserve can be viewed at www.youtube.com/pcctv1.Herb Society plans meetingCLEARWATER The Florida Herb Society will meet Tuesday, May 21, 6:30 p.m., at the 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. Denise ODunn with Balance and Bliss Academy of Ayurveda will share information about this ancient system of holistic medicine from India using herbs. The goal of the FHS is to educate members and the general public in the growing and preservation of herbs for use in culinary, medicinal and decorative purposes. 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@floridaherb society.org.RPN to host sale, clinicsST. PETERSBURG Rare Plant Network will host its third annual plant sale and clinics Sunday, May 19, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., at St. Petersburg Garden Club, 500 Sunset Drive S. A clinic will be presented every hour starting at 10 a.m., featuring air layering, variegated plants, bromeliads, and plumeria grafting. Admission is free. The Rare Plant Network meets the fourth Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m., at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd., Pinellas Park. Members are a mix of horticultural professionals and enthusiasts from around the bay area. The meetings are always potluck followed by either a guest speaker or a specific discussion topic. RPN is always open to new members. A $1 donation per meeting is requested to cover the cost of the meeting space. For information, call 541-4084. Gardening briefsThe city of Largo to host Earth Day eventsLARGO The city of Largo will host several events to celebrate Earth Day 2013 and foster environmental responsibility this month. Pick up a free tree at Spring Ecofest and Arbor Day Celebration at McGough Nature Park and then bring your personal documents to be shredded and recycled at Shredfest April 20. The toddlers in Largo can join in the fun at Southwest Recreation Complex April 22.McGough to sponsor Spring EcofestCome celebrate Earth Day early with the Spring Ecofest on Saturday, April 20, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th St. N. The event will feature activities for the children, music, live wildlife exhibits, information on recycling, guest speakers, a free tree giveaway in honor of Arbor Day and more. Food, drinks and snacks will be available for purchase. For more information, call 518-3047 or visit LargoNautre.com.Shred personal documents to be recycledThe 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.Tots celebrate at Southwest complexToddlers will learn the importance of taking care of our planet with hands on activities, live animal appearances, interactive play and recycled craft projects on Monday, April 22, 1 to 3 p.m., at Southwest Recreation Complex, 13120 Vonn Road. The cost is $5 in advance or $8 the day of the event. Parent or caregiver participation is required. Snacks are included. For more information, call 518-3125 or visit PlayLargo.com. The Environmental Education Center at Brooker Creek Preserve in Tarpon Springs features interactive exhibits and 22 discoveryoriented experiences. Outdoor activities McGough to host night hikesLARGO Night hikes will be presented on the following months on Saturday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m., at George C. McGough Nature Park, 11901 146th N. St. This will be a free interpretative nature hike through McGoughs habitats. Call 518-3047.Audubon to host programsCLEARWATER The Clearwater Audubon Society will host a number of field trips and programs in April, including the following: Cross Bar Ranch Friday, April 12, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees should meet near Sears at the Westfield Shopping Mall Countryside, 27001 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. The destination, Cross Bar Ranch, is on Lockett Road in Pasco County. For information, call Ken Rowe at 782-0745. Audubon Explorers Saturday, April 13, 8:30 a.m., at John Chesnut Park, 2200 East Lake Road, Palm Harbor. For information, call Lynn Sumerson at 596-8822. Fort De Soto Park Wednesday, April 24, 7:15 a.m. Attendees should meet at Tri-City Plaza on the NW corner of the intersection of U.S. 19 and East Bay Drive in Clearwater. The destination will be Fort De Soto Park, 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., Tierra Verde. Call John Hood at 461-4762. Honeymoon Island State Park Saturday, April 27, 7:30 a.m. Attendees should meet at the parking lot behind McDonalds on the corner of Curlew and Alt. 19 in Dunedin. The destination will be Honeymoon Island State Park, 1 Causeway Blvd., Dunedin. For information, call Paul Trunk at 447-4785. Audubon Explorers Saturday, April 27, 8:30 a.m. Attendees should meet at Tri-City Plaza on the NW corner of the intersection of U.S. 19 and East Bay Drive in Clearwater. For information, call Lynn Sumerson at 596-8822. Clearwater Marine Science Center boat tour Saturday, April 27, at Clearwater Marine Aquarium, 249 Windward Passage, Clearwater. Reservations are required. For information, call Michael McDonald at 409-0449. The societys field trips and programs are open to anyone who is interested in learning about Floridas environment. Call or email the appropriate contact/field trip leader for information and directions.Brooker to host bird hikeTARPON SPRINGS The Birds of Brooker hike will be offered Saturday, April 13, 8 to 10:30 a.m., at Brooker Creek Preserve, 3940 Keystone Road. Birds seen and heard will be identified while attendees meander along a one-mile trail gathering information. Closed-toe shoes, water and a hat are recommended. Attendees also may bring binoculars, spotting scopes and cameras. The free hike is best suited for adults. Advance registration is required. Call 4536800 or visit www.brookercreekpreserve.org.Fort De Soto to offer walksTIERRA VERDE Free, guided nature walks will be offered on the following days at Fort De Soto Park, 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., at 10 to 11 a.m.: Sunday, April 14, a guided walk on the arrowhead trail is planned Saturday, April 20, a guided walk on the beach trail is planned Sunday, April 21, a bird tour is planned Saturday, April 27, a guided walk on the campground trail is planned Sunday, April 28, a guided walk on the beach trail is planned Guests will enjoy the beauty of Fort De Soto Park with a one-hour nature walk great for the entire family. To register and for tour information and meeting locations, call 552-1862. Visit www.pinellascounty.org/park.Forestry hike setTARPON SPRINGS A free forestry hike will be offered Wednesday, April 17, 10 to 11:30 a.m., at Brooker Creek Preserve, 3940 Keystone Road. Attendees will join a local natural resources agent and hike along two miles of boardwalks and natural trails at Brooker Creek Preserve. Participants should come prepared with binoculars, cameras and questions. Questions can also be researched in the resource room upon return to the education center. Advance registration is required. Call 4536800 or visit www.brookercreekpreserve.org.Spring Garden Stroll setCLEARWATER The Spring Garden Stroll will be presented Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Skycrest Neighborhood Welcome Garden, located behind St. Pauls Lutheran Church, 407 S. Saturn Ave. The stroll will begin at the community garden. Ten homes in Skycrest will open their beautiful gardens for attendees viewing pleasure. There is plenty of free parking. The best course for the stroll and the homes participating will be identified. Cost is a $5 donation. Proceeds will be used for many of the neighborhoods educational and beautification projects. 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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 022813 Largo Foot and Ankle Center1680 West Bay Drive, Largo, FL727-586-3668Toenail Fungus?Laser Solution!Call 727-586-3668Laser Nail Fungus Treatment kills the fungus that lives in and under the toenail. The laser light passes through the toenail without causing damage to the nail or the surrounding skin. There is a warming sensation and some patients may feel a pinprick. Just walk in and walk out. The laser nail fungus procedure only takes 15-20 minutes. Shoes and nail polish can be worn immediately after the treatment.Dr. Dale R. MonastPodiatric Physician & Surgeon Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons F.D.A. Cleared Neck, Back, Knees, Foot Pain Arthritis, Bursitis, TMJ, Sinusitis, Plantar Fasciitis, Sport Injuries Migraine, Neuropathy, Sciatica Carpal Tunnel Lymphedema Lumina Healing CenterOscar Hernandez, AP2903 Dr. MLK St. N., St. Petersburg727-898-5900 GoLumina.com Fast Acting Painless Noninvasive FDA Approved Get Both Acupuncture &Laser for $65!forPain Laser Valued at $130 Exp.5/31/13041113 Hundreds of women prepare to celebrate 10 years of Iron Girl By ALEXANDRA LUNDAHLCLEARWATER Hundreds of women will come to Clearwater on Sunday, April 14, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Athleta Iron Girl race, a unique womens-only 5K and half marathon that begins at 7:30 and 7 a.m. respectively out of Coachman Park. There will be fun prizes, womens bonding, newly designed medals, and a post-race breakfast caf with a pancake bar and numerous toppings. Everyone will run over the causeway as part of the race. Judy Molnar, vice president of the Iron Girl, said this is always a special race because it is made up only of women. I think the fun thing about the womens-only event is it gives women a chance to be part of a bigger movement and reaching similar goals, and they get to add that social aspect to the race, Molnar said. So many people do this with their family and friends and coworkers, and its just that unique bond for women who come together and do something together on race day. Women finish first in this event. And if youre nervous about doing an event, the great thing is since its all women, you will be embraced, even if you come by yourself. You will feel part of something very special that morning. This year, the races will start and finish at Coachman Park, and people can still register up through race day. Cost for the half marathon is $125; the 5K individual race is $50; and the 5K mother-daughter team race is $100. People can register and pick up their packets on Friday, April 12, 4 to 7 p.m. at Ft2Run, 2223 N. West Shore Blvd., Tampa,; on Saturday, April 13, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Coachman Park, 301 Drew St., Clearwater; or on race day, Sunday, April 14, 5:30 to 6:30 a.m. There will be a four-hour cutoff time for the half marathon, and Iron Girl jewelry only available to winners will be given to the top three finishers in each age group and to the top three motherdaughter teams. There will be 16 divisions for the 5K, starting with ages 9 and younger, then going in five-year increments through age 75 to 79 and then a final group of 80 and older. There will be 14 divisions for the half-marathon, beginning with ages 14 to 19 then also going in five-year increments, topping out at the 80and-older group. All finishers also will receive a custom medal. Each year, the winners jewelry is different. This year, Molnar said it is a sterling silver pendant in a swirl shape, like a shell or a piece of twirled ribbon. It also includes the slogan, Every girl has an iron core. For those who dont win a placement, there still will be plenty of other Iron Girl jewelry available for purchase. This years medals are unique, too, depicting the Memorial Causeway, since every runner must run across it. There are also fashionable Iron Girl shirts, in a pretty heather green, Molnar said, specifically designed to fit women well. Molnar said it is exciting to offer a half marathon, because people must be able to maintain an 18:18-minute-per-mile pace or faster. There is a 75-minute cutoff time for the 5K. A fun feature of this years race is there will be an Iron Girl Prize Patrol at the finish line. No matter what time racers finish, the prize patrol will be walking around, handing out special gifts. Molnar said that racers who have competed in the Iron Girl all 10 years will be recognized, and there also will be fun prizes, such as who has traveled the farthest to attend, who is the oldest runner, who has the most children, and others based on race trivia. Age groups awards of custom Photo courtesy of FINISHERPIXWomen of all ages and backgrounds come together each year for the Iron Girl race, such as pictured here for the 2012 race. See IRON GIRL, page 17A Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Get fit with Aqua ZumbaSports 17A Leader, April 11, 2013 TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT YOUR SERVICES, CALL 397-5563 Church And Temple Directory 031413L St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church 1955 S. Belcher Road ClearwaterParish Administration Ofce 727-531-7721 www.SCOSParish.orgDAILY MASS: Monday Friday 7:00am Monday & Wednesday 11:00 am Saturday 8:00 am CONFESSION SCHEDULE: Monday & Wednesday 10:30 am 10:50 am Saturday 3:00 pm 3:50 pm WEEKEND MASS: Saturday Vigil 4:00 pm Sunday 7:00 am & 9:00 am (Family Mass) 11:00 am (Traditional Choir) 6:00 pm (Contemporary Choir)031413 Aging with Dignity WorkshopApril 24, 2013 3pm 5pm Limited SeatingCall Gail Clary to Reserve @ 397-5571040413 Estate Planning Checkup Power of Attorney Update Medicaid and Veterans Benefits End of Life Decision Making Assistance for Care Givers FREE to Public (727) 397-55718640 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 011013 013113 032813 021413 040413 that is a big step in ones running career. Its a big jump, Molnar said, of ones first half marathon. Thats when youre saying, Im serious. Im ready to run. And its really a feather in your cap for accomplishments. Its when you want to power up to the next challenges. So youve done 5Ks year after year and now you train a little more, and a lot of times that half marathon leads to attempting to do a marathon. Molnar said that any and every woman should run a race sometime in their life. It gives you a sense of accomplishment, Molnar said. Youve done it, and youve done it for yourself. Youve done the work to get there and went the distance to finish. And no one can take that away from you. You own that, and its something personal that youve accomplished. And whether its your first event or your 100th event, theres always a place for you with Iron Girl. Were going to be with you the whole time. Local runner, 54, cruises to victory in 20th annual Stampede By BOB McCLURESEMINOLE There was a content expression on the face of Brian Lester. After more attempts than he could remember, the 54-year-old St. Petersburg runner accomplished a longtime goal April 6 when he captured the overall championship in the 20th annual Stampede 5K run at Walsingham Park. Lester, who competes as a grand master, broke from the field of 133 runners within the first mile and never looked back. He finished the 3.1-mile course in 17 minutes, 56 seconds 13 seconds in front of 27-year-old Clayton Hofstra of Seminole. I usually win my age class, said Lester. But this is the first time to get first place overall. I wasnt proud of my time but I was happy to win. For Hofstra, a University of South Florida medical school grad, it was his last race before heading to South Carolina where he will complete his medical residency. He finished in 18:11 two seconds in front of third-place Charles Anstadt of Seminole. Fourth overall was 18-year-old Scott Scarpinato of Seminole (18:25), followed by 26-year-old Mathew Regan of Buffalo, N.Y. in 18:47. The overall female winner was Kiera Delaurier, 32, of St. Petersburg in 19:14, which was good for seventh overall. Anstadt was the male Grand Master division winner and Lisa McFadden, 42, of Seminole was the female Grand Master winner in 22:41. Age group winners were: Male 10-under, William Stone, 9, Largo, 22:42. Female 10-under, Annaliese Rexroad, 8, Largo, 30:22. Male 11-14, Jared McFadden, 13, Seminole, 20:01. Female 11-14, Hailey Halterman, 14, Seminole, 23:27. Male 15-19, Scarpinato, 18:25. Female 15-19, Livia Chase, 16, North Towawanda, N.Y., 20:26. Male 25-29, Clayton Hofstra, 27, 18:11. Female 25-29, Michelle Jordan, 29, Largo, 25:47. Male 30-34, Carey Bonham, 33, Largo, 19:17. Female 30-34, Jennie Albert, 32, unknown hometown, 21:00. Male 35-39, Scott Dias, 37, St. Petersburg, 19:48. Female 35-39, Andrea Brunger, 37, Largo, 29:20. Male 40-44, Humberto Diaz, 43, Seminole, 22:39. Female 40-44, Brenda George, 42, Pinellas Park, 28:54. Male 45-49, Steve Williams, 46, Largo, 19:21. Female 45-49, Andrea Fortunato, 47, Largo, 24:04. Male 50-54, Walter Lysinger, 54, Largo, 20:37. Female 50-54, Julide Burak, 52, Seminole, 26:21. Male 55-59, Tom Marrah, 55, Seminole, 24:22. Female 55-59, Paula Didham, 56, St. Petersburg, 25:42. Male 60-64, Michael Coyne, 62, St. Petersburg, 19:09. Female 60-64, Tanya Bakenhester, 61, Seminole, 40:59. Male 65-69, Albert Wieringa, 66, St. Petersburg, 19:56. Female 65-69, Millie Hamilton, 69, Redington Beach, 28:35. Male 70-older, James Ladig, 70, Clearwater, 24:41. Female 70-older, Cathy Dehaan, 71, Seminole, 35:05.Photos by BOB McCLUREAbove, a field of 133 runners starts the 20th annual Seminole Stampede 5K race April 6 at Walsingham Park. At left, Brian Lester of St. Petersburg won with a time of 17 minutes, 56 seconds.This weeks forecast looks better for kingfishIts mid-season for kingfish on our coast and so far weve yet to see a real big push of fish. However, there are some nice fish being caught in our area. The best locations thus far have been around the Skyway Bridge and the shipping channel. This area seems to be holding the most bait, so naturally that is were kingfish will be. Until we get that huge influx of threadfins off the beach we wont see the schools of Spanish mackerel and kingfish in our near-shore waters. But Spanish mackerel are schooling in good numbers around the Skyway pier area. Anglers casting silver spoons and Gotcha plugs are doing well throughout the day, with sunrise and sundown being peak times. Inshore, trout and redfish have both been cooperating well on these new moon tides. Target deep water flats directly adjacent to the extreme shallows on the low incoming tide, for a chance at both species. Spoil islands, no-motor zone flats and just about anywhere else that you can find clean, good moving water are potential hot spots. Casting top-water lures first thing in the morning will help you locate active fish. Flats fish are much more active now than a few weeks ago, making them much more likely to respond to the loud commotion put out by the top-water plug. Pompano are in for sure. Lots of pompano are being caught off the bridges and piers as well as deep dropoffs around spoil islands inside of the passes. Pompano feed best on fast moving tides and low light conditions. Traditional hot spots would be the Bayway Bridge, the Tierra Verde Bridge, and Pass-A-Grille channel. 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 IRON GIRL, from page 16APhoto courtesy of FINISHERPIXThis years race is the 10th anniversary of the Iron Girl, set for Sunday, April 14.LARGO The Largo Aquatics Division now offers Aqua Zumba, a high-energy water exercise class, on Wednesday evenings, 6:15 p.m., at the Southwest pool, at 13120 Vonn Road. Zumba is a Latin-inspired cardio dance workout with music that conditions and tones the body. Adding water resistance to Zumba allows individuals to receive a more intense cardio-based workout in a low-impact environment. Instructor Angelique Renaud will lead the class in 4 feet of water, so no swimming skills are required. However, participants should be comfortable in waist-deep water and must be at least 12 years old. As with any exercise program, check with your doctor before starting. A lifeguard will be on duty during all class times. Aqua Zumba is a drop-in class; no preregistration required or punch cards accepted. Classes are $5 per person for Largo residents, $6.25 for nonresidents or $9.25 for guests. For more information, visit LargoPools.com or call 518-3126. Visit www.TBNweekly.com Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Diversions Things to do around Pinellas County Classieds Events MoviesLeader Section B April 11, 2013Visit www.TBNweekly.com By LEE CLARK ZUMPEThe Tampa Bay Blues Festival will run April 12-14, at Vinoy Park, 500 Bay Shore Drive NE. For 2013, festival headliners will include Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Jonny Lang, Tab Benoit and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue. Single day tickets are $35 in advance or $40 the day of the show. A three-day pass is available for $90 in advance. Visit www.tampabaybluesfest.com. Since 1995, the biggest names in blues music have traveled to the area to play the Tampa Bay Blues Festival, annual event attracting blues enthusiasts from all over the world. Set on the shores of Tampa Bay at the scenic Vinoy Park, attendees this year will be treated to a showcase of American blues music, performed in a beautiful tropical setting. The Tampa Bay Blues Festival is staged at Vinoy Waterfront Park in downtown St. Petersburg. On Friday and Saturday, gates will open at around noon. On Sunday, the gates will open at about 12:30 p.m. The main entry gate is located on Fifth Avenue Northeast and Bayshore Drive. Tickets are available for sale at the main gate. Will call is also handled at the main gate. All ticket sales, including beverage tickets, must be purchased with cash. Tickets are not required to purchase food products. ATMs are available at the main entry gate and the northwest corner of Vinoy Park. The following items will not be permitted on the festival grounds: coolers, bicycles, pets, recording devices and alcohol. No umbrellas or shade canopies may be set up in front of the main stage area. An area designated toward the rear of the park is available for those who intend to bring small umbrellas or shade canopies. No large tents may be set up under any circumstances.2013 headlinersA founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, D i c k e y B e t t s possesses one of the most distinctive voices in music today. Betts mastery of his distinctive seamless style of lyrical melody and rhythm has made him one of the most influential guitarists of the last 50 years. He marries country, jazz, blues and rock into one unparalleled sound. According to his Facebook page, Betts joined several bands in the 1960s and eventually formed a band with bassist Berry Oakley. One fateful night in 1969, Betts and Oakleys band jammed with another local group featuring Duane and Gregg Allman, marking the birth of the Allman Brothers Band. In addition to matching bandleader Duane Allman lick for lick, Betts also wrote such memorable songs as Revival and the instrumental tour de force In Memory of Elizabeth Reed. After the Allman Brothers Band split up in 1976, Betts formed Dickey Betts and Great Southern a band that has since enjoyed manyBlues on the bayThree-day festival features Dickey Betts & Great Southern, Tab Benoit Photo courtesy of DELTA GROOVE PRODUCTIONSThe Tampa Bay Blues Festival welcomes Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers April 12. different incarnations. Over the last 30 years, Betts has recorded and toured with the Dickey Betts Band, a reformed Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts and Great Southern. Dickey Betts and Great Southern will play Friday, April 12, 8:30 p.m. At age 12, J o n n y L a n g picked up the guitar. His father had taken him to see the Bad Medicine Blues Band one of only a handful of blues bands in North Dakota at the time. Lang ended up taking lessons from that bands guitar player, Ted Larsen; and only a few months later, Lang joined the band. Renamed Jonny Lang & The Big Bang, the band independently Photo by PHILIP GOULD/CONCORD MUSIC GROUPTab Benoit returns to Vinoy Park April 14 as part of this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival. See BLUES, page 3B The Power of Knowledge ... 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Sandy Reynolds treated us above and beyond the call of duty. The whole process was first class. Thanks. Dave Borgatt 041113Sandy 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. 021413 Full festival lineupBoasting a state-of-the-art sound system, this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival promises to be one of the biggest events on the Tampa Bay music scene. Following is the festival lineup: F r i d a y A p r i l 1 2 Dave Fields, 12:30 p.m. Lucky Peterson, 2:30 p.m. Janiva Magness, 4:30 p.m. Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers, 6:30 p.m. Dickey Betts & Great Southern, 8:30 p.m. S a t u r d a y A p r i l 1 3 Marquise Knox, 12:30 p.m. Eddy The Chief Clearwater, 2:30 p.m. Sugar Ray & The Bluetones, 4:30 p.m. Curtis Salgado, 6:30 p.m. Jonny Lang, 8:30 p.m. S u n d a y A p r i l 1 4 Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys, 1 p.m. Walter Wolfman Washington, 2:30 p.m. Royal Southern Brotherhood featuring Cyril Neville, Devon Allman & Mike Zito, 4:30 p.m. Tab Benoit, 6:30 p.m. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, 8:30 p.m. A trio of Alligator Records artists will take the stage at this years festival.Palladium to host After ShowsA series of Tampa Bay Blues Festival After Shows will be presented Friday and Saturday, April 12-13, at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. The Palladium is within walking distance of Vinoy Park and offers a beautiful setting to enjoy additional music while socializing with friends and blues fans from around the country. This concert series features some of the best blues bands from the festival, all performing in the intimate setting of the Palladium Theater. The ticket price for each nights show is $20. Tickets are available online and at the door each evening. Seating is limited. To purchase tickets for the After Show events, visit www.tampabaybluesfest.com. The lineup for the series follows: F r i d a y A p r i l 1 2 Dave Fields 10:15 p.m. Janiva Magness 11:30 p.m. Lucky Peterson 12:45 a.m. S a t u r d a y A p r i l 1 3 Marquise Knox 10:15 p.m. Curtis Salgado 11:30 p.m. Sugar Ray & The Bluetones 12:45 a.m.Photo by PETERWOCHNIAK/ALLIGATOR RECORDSJaniva Magness performs as part of this years Tampa Bay Blues Festival as well as the festivals after shows April 12. 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Keene Road. Tickets are $14 in advance and $15 at the door. Limited reserved seats are available. Call 518-3131. T h e S o u t h P a s a d e n a C o m m u n i t y B a n d Thursday, April 11, 7:30 p.m., at Galatea Garden, 7001 Sunset Drive, South Pasadena. The band will present Galetea Favorites at this free concert. The program will include selections such as Raymond Overture, Les Miserables, and New York 1927. Attendees may bring lawn chairs. T h e F l o r i d a O r c h e s t r a : S y m p h o n i c D a n c e s a n d R h a p s o d i e s ; Friday, April 12, 10 a.m., and Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m., at The Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg; and Sunday, April 14, 7:30 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $15. Call 892-3337 or visit www.floridaorchestra.org. From contemplative to frenzied, it is a night of folk dance-inspired favorites from Brahms Hungarian Dances, Dvorks Slavonic Dances, Bartoks Dance Suite and Kodlys Dances of Galanta ... along with John Adams The Chairman Dances and Bernsteins Three Dance Episodes from On The Town. Perry So conducts. A B B A T h e C o n c e r t Friday, April 12, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $36. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. For those who enjoyed Mamma Mia, this concert is a nonstop dance party. Its the closest thing to ABBA on stage today in fact, the official ABBA Fan Club has named this group the best ABBA tribute band in the world. Two original ABBA rhythm section members are in this band, delivering ABBA favorites including Mamma Mia S.O.S. Money Money Money, The Winner Takes It All Waterloo Gimme, Gimme, Gimme and Dancing Queen. F i l m s i n t h e P a r k Friday, April 12, 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 Dolphin Tale. For information, call 812-4531. T h e A m i s h P r o j e c t by Jessica Dickey, presented by American Stage Theatre, April 12 through May 12; previews April 11, at the Raymond James Theatre, 163 Third St. N., St. Petersburg. Call 823-PLAY (7529) or visit www.americanstage.org. Generally, main stage performances are Wednesday through Saturday, 8 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 3 p.m. Ticket prices range from $29 to $59 depending on the date and time of the performance. D u n e d i n H i g h l a n d G a m e s Saturday, April 13, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Highlander Park, 1920 Pinehurst Road, Dunedin. The annual event features a day of beautiful crafts, feats of athletic strength, dazzling dancing, a wee bit of family history, exceptional music and delicious Scottish, Irish and British foods. The Dunedin Highland Games were implemented in 1965 to raise funds to support the three Scottish bands of Dunedin, including the City of Dunedin Pipe Band, the Dunedin High School Scottish Highlander Band and the Dunedin Highland Middle School Band. Funds also go to improve, develop and maintain the standards and quality of Dunedins Highland games and associated activities. The games and festival also serve to entertain the public while informing them of the Scottish culture. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gate. This years entertainment will include musical performances by The Fighting Jamesons. Visit www.dunedin highlandgames.com. W e i r d A l Y a n k o v i c Saturday, April 13, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $35. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Weird Al Yankovic, the biggest-selling comedy recording artist of all time, returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall. Few would have guessed that Weird Al Yankovic, who as a shy, accordion-playing teenager got his start sending in homemade tapes to the Dr. Demento Radio Show, would go on to become the Other top diversions this week Other top diversions this weekbiggest-selling comedy recording artist in history with more than 12 million album sales. Now entering his fourth career decade, he has won three Grammy Awards, and countless awards and accolades for Weird Al classics such as Eat It, Like a Surgeon, Fat, Smells Like Nirvana, Amish Paradise and The Saga Begins. His most recent album, Alpocalypse, was released in 2011, charting at No. 9 in Billboard magazine the highest debut of his storied career. The first single from the album was the Lady Gaga parody Perform This Way. Alpocalypse was nominated for two Grammy Awards, for Best Comedy Album and Best Short Form Video for the Perform This Way music video. Sunsation Show Chorus presents M a d e I n T h e 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. L a u r a S h e p h e r d Tuesday, April 16, 7 p.m., at The Studio@620, 620 First Ave. S., St. Petersburg. Shepherd will present an evening of uplifting entertainment. She will sing and play and show music videos in this intimate acoustic setting. Admission is $10. Shepherds songwriting combines a down-to-earth spirit with an international worldview. Born in Paris, shes traveled the world from diplomatic circles in Geneva, to the dirt roads of South America. With her hands in the earth, she has worked 20 years in Fredericksburg, Va., founding an organic non-profit. For information, call 895-6620 or visit www.studio620.org. M i k e T y s o n : U n d i s p u t e d T r u t h 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.April 11, 2013CapricornDecember 22 January 19 The pastures are not always greener on the other side. Exchange your envy for gratitude for what you have, and watch your blessings multiply, Capricorn.AquariusJanuary 20 February 18 Look before you leap, Aquarius. More thought, less talk, and the solution will come. Romance burns bright at home. Take advantage of it.PiscesFebruary 19 March 20 A film leads to introspection, which leads to a walk down memory lane. A reunion is inevitable, and youre just the one to plan it, Pisces.AriesMarch 21 April 19 All hands on deck, Aries. You cant go it alone this time. A friends casual observations make you rethink a project. Perhaps you should hire a pro.TaurusApril 20 May 20 Strategize, Taurus. Devise a plan of attack before you begin for the best results possible. Budgetary constraints lift with a new source of revenue.GeminiMay 21 June 21 Conflict hits a new high. You could play mediator, but why bother when there is fun to be had, Gemini. Look to an outdoor adventure to ease the tension.CancerJune 22 July 22 An announcement is made, and congratulations are in order. Be gracious, Cancer, and it will be your turn next. A meddling in-law pushes the envelope.LeoJuly 23 August 22 Clip and save is the motto of this week, Leo. You could use an improvement in your bottom line, and getting there will be easy with all of the savings around you.VirgoAugust 23 September 22 Feel like youve had too much of a good thing, Virgo? Perhaps you have. Stop taking and start giving back. You wont believe the change that comes about.LibraSeptember 23 October 22 Lace up your boots, Libra. Life as you know it is about to get adventurous. A friend goes out of their way to include you in their plans.ScorpioOctober 23 November 21 A loved one makes an announcement. Dont rain on their parade, Scorpio. Congratulate them and keep your reservations to yourself. A deadline is extended.SagittariusNovember 22 December 21 Forget about it, Sagittarius. Stop trying to figure out what the competition has up their sleeves and start fine-tuning your own plans. Something is off. Across1. Calmer 7. Thailand currency 12. Sketched again 13. Continent with North, South and Central 17. Bloodsucking ___ fly 18. Wanting company 19. Agitated state 20. Pull out feathers 21. Auction offering 22. Toys with tails 23. Coastal raptor 24. "Stop that!" (contraction) 25. Arabic for "commander" 26. Small cave 27. Do without 28. Anita Brookner's "Hotel du ___" 29. Change 30. "Mi chiamano Mimi," e.g. 31. Lightheaded people? (2 wds) 36. Bringing up the rear 37. Bad end 38. "___ moment" 39. Heirloom location 41. "Minimum" amount 42. ___-bodied 43. Reprimand, with "out" 44. Canine tooth 45. Draft holder 46. "Aladdin" prince 47. Liking 48. 16th letter of the alphabet (pl.) 49. Small colored pieces thrown on festive occasions 51. Missouri feeder 53. Available (2 wds) 54. Passageways between seating areas 55. Incorrect 56. DirectsDown1. Small scrap of food left after a meal 2. Least favorable environment for survival 3. Myzogomatic children (2 wds) 4. More chichi 5. Exams 6. Female sheep 7. Fox trotting, e.g. (2 wds) 8. Measure 9. Beginning of a conclusion 10. Arduous journey 11. ___ boom bah! 14. Potato pest (2 wds) 15. ___ friends 16. Begin (2 wds) 20. Concealed 22. Food for sea urchins 24. "Whatcha ___?" 26. Chap 27. Gift tag word 29. Reduced Instruction Set Computer (acronym) 30. ___ vera 32. Detective, at times 33. Swamplike 34. One who engages for service in the armed forces 35. Caught in the act 39. Counting devices with beads 40. Claw 41. Malicious 42. Relaxed and comfortable (2 wds) 44. String bean's opposite 45. Divided 47. Alarm 50. Handful 51. ___ de deux 52. Cousin of -trix Place a Number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine.Sudoku answers from last weekSudokuCrosswordHoroscopesCrossword answers from last week Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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Choice Sirloin SteakChoice of Potato & Soup or Salad$10.95$9.95Thursday4pm-CloseChoice Prime RibFried or broiled haddock. Choice of Potato and Corn on the Cob and Hush Puppies8oz.Choice of Potato and Soup or Salad Early Birds4-6:30pm$695Beer & WineChoose from 7 entrees.Includes Salad or Soup Potato or Vegetable & Fresh Baked Rolls & FREE PUDDING! Monday & Tuesday Kids Eat FREE From the Kids Menu 12 & Under 2 Kids Per 1 AdultFriday4pm-CloseFabulous Fish Fry Daily Breakfast SpecialsEveryday FREE Glass of Draft Beer w/Entree after 6:30pm released the album Smokin in 1996 Lang was just 14 years old. A record deal with A&M followed and Lang next released Lie to Me in 1997 and Wander This World in 1998. The latter earned him his first Grammy nomination. Langs most recent studio album, Turn Around, was released in 2006 and offers a mix of gospel and blues. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album. Lang last appeared at the festival in 2011. He will perform Saturday, April 13, 8:30 p.m. Born in 1967, T a b B e n o i t grew up in Houma, La. A Cajun man who knows his blues, he began playing guitar as a teen when he hung out at the Blues Box, a ramshackle music club and cultural center in Baton Rouge. Learning the ropes from guitarist and club owner Tabby Thomas, Benoit played alongside some high-profile regulars such as Raful Neal and Henry Gray. Soon, Benoit established his own band. His stripped-down bass-and-drums unit was propelled by Benoits solid guitar skills and leathery, Cajun-spiced vocal attack. He took his show on the road in the early s and hasnt stopped since. His first studio album, Nice and Warm, was released on Justice Records in 1992. Since then, Benoit has released about a dozen albums, including Medicine, his latest studio release on Telarc. The 11-track Medicine features seven new Benoit originals co-written with ace songwriter Anders Osborne. Engineered by David Z, Medicine, Medicine spotlights the work of keyboardist Ivan Neville, drummer Brady Blade and bassist Corey Duplechin. Benoit will play Sunday, April 14, 6:30 p.m. T r o y T r o m b o n e S h o r t y A n d r e w s a trombone and trumpet player, is a product of New Orleans culturally rich Treme neighborhood. By the age of 6, he was a bandleader. Since the release of their Grammy-nominated 2010 debut album, Backatown, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue have grown creatively while winning new fans performing nonstop on five continents. Their latest album, For True, further defines the signature sound Andrews has dubbed Supafunkrock. There was excitement from everywhere, says Andrews in a press release from the Rosebud Agency, the artists management firm. We did over 200 shows in the last year and a half, and every night we allowed the music to take us over. Musically and creatively, we wanted to shoot for some different things. The band stirs together oldschool jazz, funk and soul, laced with hard-rock power chords and hip-hop beats, and theyve added some tangy new ingredients on For True as they keep pushing the envelope, exploring new musical territory. We never sat down and really thought about concepts and what we wanted our music to sound like, Andrews says. Its just that, over the years, we allowed each one of the band members to bring their influences and taste in music into our music. Anything we hear or are influenced by, it naturally comes out in what were trying to do. Its just our sound, and it happened naturally. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will play Sunday, April 14, 8:30 p.m.Other bandsJaniva Magness, Eddy The Chief Clearwater and Curtis Salgado are all scheduled to perform and are all affiliated with Chicago-based independent blues label Alligator Records. The label was founded by Bruce Iglauer in 1971. Since then, it has released more than 250 blues and bluesrock albums. Award-winning blues and soul artist J a n i v a M a g n e s s is touring in support of her latest Alligator Records CD, Stronger for It. A charismatic vocalist and songwriter known for her electrifying live shows, Magness is among the premier blues and R&B singers in the world today. Her voice possesses an earthy, raw honesty born from her life experience. She was recently nominated for five 2013 Blues Music Awards, including B.B. fans ready for a taste of the real West Side Chicago blues. Award-winning vocalist/songwriter/harmonica icon C u r t i s S a l g a d o is currently touring in support of his blistering Alligator Records debut CD, Soul Shot. Winner of the 2012 Blues Music Award for Soul Blues Artist Of The Year, Salgado effortlessly mixes R&B, funk and blues with a delivery that is raw and heartfelt. He moves with ease from tender ballads to the most full-throated stompers. Salgado was recently nominated for four 2013 Blues Music Awards, including B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year, Soul Blues Album Of The Year, Soul Blues Male Artist Of The Year and Song Of The Year for She Didnt Cut Me Loose from Soul Shot. Also performing this year will be R o d P i a z z a & T h e M i g h t y F l y e r s While some may confuse Rod Piazza as one of the young turks or part of a new generation of the blues, the artist has actually been making records longer than his mentor George Harmonica Smith did. In fact, Piazza has been a recording artist for more years than Little Walter was alive. According to his bio at Delta Groove Productions, Piazzas infatuation with blues began at a time when many of the masters were still in their prime years, and in the mid 1960s when the first blues revival was picking up steam, he was in the thick of it. A decade later hed already released five albums, and was one of the leading lights of the West Coast Blues scene. In the early s he joined forces with Otis Spann disciple Honey Alexander (now his wife) on piano, and when they formed the Mighty Flyers in the early 1980s, his career really hit its stride. Since then, Piazza and the Mighty Flyers have played literally thousands of shows in every corner of the globe and recorded more than over a dozen highly acclaimed releases.Best of Both WorldsFathom Events to screen classic Star Trek: The Next Generation episode at select theaters April 25 By LEE CLARK ZUMPEYou will be assimilated. Resistance is futile. For fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation, that grim pronouncement evokes memories of one of the most unforgettable foes the crew of the Enterprise ever faced: The Borg. While The Borg appeared in many franchise episodes and films, none is as significant as the ST:TNG two-part episode The Best of Both Worlds. Now, thanks to NCM Fathom Events, CBS Home Entertainment and IGN, fans will have an opportunity to see this pivotal episode on the big screen. Star Trek: The Next Generation The Best of Both Worlds will beam into select cinemas on Thursday, April 25, 7 p.m. local time. The fan-favorite two-part episode The Best of Both Worlds is comprised of the third season finale and the fourth season premiere, with Part 1 making TV Guides list of TVs Top 100 Episodes of All Time. The episodes have been remastered into a feature-length presentation and will be presented on the big screen. Tickets for Star Trek: The Next Generation The Best of Both Worlds are available at presenting theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. The event will be broadcast to more than 550 select movie theaters across the country through NCMs exclusive Digital Broadcast Network. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit www.FathomEvents.com. In the Tampa Bay area, the event will appear in the following theaters: Regency 20 with IMAX, 2496 W. Brandon Blvd., Brandon Park Place Stadium 16, 7200 U.S. 19, Pinellas Park Hyde Park Cinebistro, 1609 W. Swann Ave., Tampa Citrus Stadium Park Mall 20, 7999 Citrus Park Town Center Mall, Tampa Grove 16 Cinemas, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel Theres little doubt that fans will enjoy this digitally restored and remastered presentation in high definition. The fascinating storyline follows the cybernetic alien race, the Borg, as they abduct and transform Capt. Jean-Luc Picard into a half-Borg, half-human called Locutus. Meanwhile, the Enterprise crew must race against time to intercept the nefarious Borg cube before it reaches Earth to enslave humanity. Fans have been discussing these historic episodes since they first aired, and were excited to present them like never before, newly improved and on the big screen, said Ken Ross in a press release. Ross is executive vice president and general manager of CBS Home Entertainment. This special event will ensure that The Best of Both Worlds will remain a classic throughout the 21st Century and beyond. Gene Roddenberry created Star Trek: The Next Generation as the second phase of the Star Trek franchise. The new series premiered in 1987, 21 years after the debut of the original Star Trek series. Featuring one of the most endearing ensemble casts in television history, ST:TNG ran for seven seasons and delivered 176 episodes. The series featured the continuing voyages of the Starship Enterprise, set in the 24th century. After the success of the first two Star Trek: The Next Generation events, we couldnt wait to bring additional seasons back to the big screen for fans to enjoy, said Shelly Maxwell, executive vice president of NCM Fathom Events. Fans will be absolutely thrilled with the presentation of these Next Generation classics. The Best of Both Worlds stars Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Gates McFadden, Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner and Wil Wheaton. The episode was written by Michael Piller and directed by Cliff Bole. The first part aired originally on June 18, 1990. The conclusion, which kicked off the series fourth season, aired Sept. 24, 1990. Star Trek: The Next Generation Season 3 and The Best of Both Worlds will be released on Blu-ray on April 30. In addition to the Borg storyline, the shows third season features many other highlights. According to Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki, the season is marked by a string of abductions, with six people being kidnapped, and Captain Picard being abducted no less than three times. Picard is abducted by aliens, takes a vacation which eventually gets him caught up in the search for a weapon from the future, mind melds with the legendary Vulcan Sarek, and is mistaken for a god by a primitive culture. In the episode Yesterdays Enterprise, the Enterprise-C arrives from the past, causing a shift in reality and the return of the deceased Tasha Yar. In Sins of the Father, Worf goes on trial to prove his fathers innocence after the Klingon High Council declares that Worfs father is a traitor, and worked with the Romulans all along. This season also saw the addition of Reginald Barclay to the crew of the Enterprise-D while Wesley Crusher is promoted to the rank of full ensign by Captain Picard. Photo courtesy of FATHOM EVENTSCaptain Picard (Patrick Stewart), left, is abducted by a Borg drone in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode The Best of Both Worlds. The remastered episode will be shown in select movie theaters on April 25.Continuing voyagesOf course, the Star Trek franchise continues to flourish. Directed by J.J. Abrams, Star Trek Into Darkness will hit the big screen in May. The film will open in IMAX 3-D on May 15 and will expand into 3-D and 2-D theaters on May 17. In the wake of a shocking act of terror from within their own organization, the crew of the Enterprise is called back home to Earth. In defiance of regulations and with a personal score to settle, Captain Kirk leads his crew on a manhunt to capture an unstoppable force of destruction and bring those responsible to justice. As these heroes are propelled into an epic chess game of life and death, love will be challenged, friendships will be torn apart, and sacrifices must be made for the only family Kirk has left: his crew. BLUES, from page 1BKing Entertainer Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Contemporary Blues Female Artist Of The Year, Contemporary Blues Album Of The Year and Song Of The Year for I Wont Cry from Stronger for It. Magness won the 2009 Blues Music Award for B.B. King Entertainer Of The Year. She is only the second woman to ever win this award, Koko Taylor being the first. She also won the Contemporary Blues Female Artist Of The Year, an honor she also received in 2006 and 2007. West Side Chicago blues legend E d d y T h e C h i e f C l e a r w a t e r will be performing songs from his Alligator debut, West Side Strut at this years festival. Clearwater is an intense, flamboyant, blues-rocking showman. Hes equally comfortable playing the deepest, most heartfelt blues or rocking, good-time party music. West Side Strut showcases Clearwaters untamed guitar work and his tough and gruff vocals as well as the strength of the songs. According to his bio, Clearwater loves to perform and can usually be found tearing it up somewhere around the world on any given night. Hes played everywhere from Russia, Turkey, and Romania to Brazil and Alaska. At this years festival, he will be strutting his slicing guitar licks, his rock-fueled blues, rockabilly, country and gospel gumbo and his uninhibited live show to Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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[(+')-119(+CAN)-119()-119(G:9>I)-119(/8DG:)-119()>C>f BJB)-121(0D)-121(A:6GC)-121(BDG:)-121()-121(688:HH)-123(ADf 86AA>HI>CC<)-113(DG)-113(*DI)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(0DE)-19( DAA6G)-19(,6>9r)-19(3:)-19(DB:)-19(ID)-19(4DJ)]TJ 0.016 Tc -0.016 Tw T* [(CN)-122()6@:)D9:Ar)-121(6AA)-121(;DG)-121(%CHI6CI)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (+;;:G\007bfr)Tj 6 0 0 6 466.7637 382.508 Tm [(b&$',+)+% %* +) % % 0G6>C;DG,:8=C>86A\0376G::GH)-1(6I)]TJ 0.139 -1.071 Td [(H8IG6>Cr:9Jr*DDBEJI:G!ME:G>f :C8:*::9:9&D7EA68:B:CI)]TJ -0.086 -1.071 Td [(HH>HI6C8:r$/ >EADB6#! )]TJ 0.809 -1.071 Td [(6BJHIr/I6GI>BB:9>6I:AN)]TJ 1.507 -1.071 Td (bff\000"b *%+.&)"b*+)+ %+ rBDr;DG\020BDHrb\005$><=)]TJ 1.359 -1.071 Td [(/E::9%CI:GC:IHI6GI>CA67A:rb)]TJ 0 Tc 0 Tw 0.52 -1.071 Td [(/!)1(H@)1(DJI)1(/)!)1( %CHI6AA6I>DC\037((*DL)]TJ 0.906 -1.071 Td (bf\000b) -)\t+D=\ F40?n -J6A>;N)-1(;DGCN)-1(EDGI>DCD;)]TJ -2.721 -1.071 Td [(rB>A:FJ6GI:GAN)-1(7DCJH\003r)]TJ 0.415 -1.071 Td [(/6;:IN\003r,GD9J8I>DC\003r)]TJ -0.944 -1.071 Td [(),#r\022BDCI=H)-1(+0.:ME:G>:C8:r)]TJ 3.968 -1.071 Td (bfr LLLr9G>K:@C><=Ir8DBr)]TJ 6 0 0 6 481.1367 196.5003 Tm ("b?8C4?+?08<44@%44343%&. :8DB:G>K:G;DG:GC:G)]TJ -1.278 -1.071 Td [(!CI:GEG>H:Hr!6GC\003E:GL::@)]TJ 2.996 -1.071 Td [((D86A\037 (G6>C>CC)-20(BDG:)-20(I=6C)-20(6)-20(B>Af A>DC)-89(E:DEA:)-89(L6A@>C<)-89(6C9)-89(G6>H>C<)]TJ 0.051 Tc -0.051 Tw T* [(BDC:N)-87(ID)-86(HJEEDGI)-86(I=:)-86()6G8=)-86(D;)]TJ 0.074 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [( >B:Hr)-517(0=:)-517(L6A@)-517(HI6GIH)-517(6I)]TJ -0.001 Tc T* [(LLLrB6G8=;DG767>:HrDGDC6AAN)]TJ 0.636 -1.071 Td [(688G:9>I:9r+CAN)-1(r!5,6Nr)]TJ -0.779 -1.071 Td [(!HI67A>H=:9\020r\036G:9>I:9r)]TJ 4.415 -1.071 Td (bf LLLr9>EADB66I=DB:r8DBr\000b&) #%*# #G:6I)-117(>CK:HIB:CI)-117(.:A6M)-117()-117(:C?DN)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(8DJCIGN)-131(A>;:HINA:)-130(:6JI>;JAAN)-131(9:K:Af DE:9)-106()-106(ID)-106()-106(68G:)-106(=DB:H>I:Hr)]TJ 0.018 Tc -0.018 Tw T* [(J;JA)-119(L:6I=:G)]TJ 0.043 Tc -0.043 Tw T* [(ADL)-94(I6M:H)-94(ADL)-94(9DLCr)-94(">C6C8>C<)]TJ 0.07 Tc -0.07 Tw T* [(;GDB)-67(BDCI=r)-67(6AA)-67(+LC:G)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (bfr)Tj 6 0 0 6 566.0149 360.017 Tm [(b)+)-121(+%%**)-121(-) +/ D;)-197($DB:H)-197()-197((6C9)-197(/DJI=:6HI)]TJ T* [()DJCI6>CH)-756(26AA:NH)-756("6GBH)]TJ 0.037 Tc -0.037 Tw T* [(3DD9:9)-100(0G68IH)-100(#6I:9)-100(DBBJf C>INr)-58(bf)-58(#:DG<:)-58($6Bf >AIDC)-133((6C9)-133()-133(J8I>DC)-133(0()-133(r)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(LLLr=6B>AIDC6J8I>DCr8DBrb-/\034(, '$%+ &')+&)\032)) f3::@)-1($6C9HfDCG6>C>C<)]TJ -0.78 -1.071 Td [(/8=DDAr\036JAA9DO:GH\03668@=D:H !M86K6IDGHr*6I>DC6A\037:GI>;>86f I>DCHr\(>;:I>B:&D7,A68:B:CI)]TJ -0.669 -1.071 Td [(HH>HI6C8:r\036:C:;>IH)-1(!A><>7A:)]TJ 2.955 -1.071 Td (bfr\000"b *&&#\033 '#&$ /IJ9N)-1(DCA>C:r#G69:H)-1(frG6CHf ;:GG:9>IH)-1(;GDBNDJGEG:K>DJH)-1(=><=)]TJ 0.052 -1.071 Td [(H8=DDAr//G:9>I:9PG:8DO:9N)-1(8DAA:<:Hr\037((*+3)]TJ 3.582 -1.071 Td (bf)Tj -3.926 -1.071 Td [(LLLr6B:G>86C=><=H8=DDArJH)-1()]TJ 6 0 0 6 610.7261 165.0089 Tm [(b" ##\031\031,*+ ) 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[("G::)-1295(.:8DG9:9)-1295():HH6<:r)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* (bfr\000b &%#/\017\000fr \023,0"%/$,+*0++* $DC96\023$,\ A:HH)-2(\033\003 "G:: :A>K:GN)-1(>C"ADG>96 HIDG\C: /I6I:.D69\023 HIDG"(\000 bfr\000b')%%+\000&%* ) %)Tj -0.05 -1.071 Td (&'+ &% 06A@)-1(L>I=G>C<)]TJ -6.689 -1.071 Td [(69DEI>DC:ME:GIrDJ=DDH:;GDB)]TJ 1.691 -1.071 Td [(;6B>A>:H)-1(C6I>DCL>9:r\(>K>C<)]TJ 0.194 -1.071 Td [(:ME:CH:H)-1(E6>9r\0376AA\021r)]TJ -1.553 -1.071 Td [(77NH)-1(+C:GJ:#>;I\0359DEI>DCHr)]TJ 3.886 -1.071 Td (bf "(r\(>8r\002r\000b)&+)/ %+)%+ &%#\000 7J>A9H)-1(E:68:C9JC9:GHI6C9>C<)]TJ -0.495 -1.071 Td [(I=GDJ<=:9J86I>DCr"DGBDG:>C;DGf B6I>DCK>H>ILLLrGDI6GNrDGH)]TJ -0.307 -1.071 Td [(B:HH6<:EGDK>9:9N)-1(,6E:G=6>C)]TJ 0.093 -1.071 Td [(NDJGAD86ADBBJC>IN)-1(E6E:Grb*-)-23(&%)-23(#)-23(+-b)-23( %+)%+)]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf 0.048 Tc 0.001 Tw 0 -1.039 TD [( ><>I6A)-89(,=DC:)-89(/6I:AA>I:r)-89(4DJK:)]TJ 0.019 Tc -0.019 Tw 0 -1.071 TD [(#DI)-118()-118(=D>8:)-118(+EI>DCH)-118(;GDB)-118((()]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(B6?DG)-19()-19(H:GK>8:)-19(EGDK>9:GHr)-19(6AA)-19(JH)-20(ID)]TJ T* [(A:6GCBDG:\007bfr\b*" %\030+-\013,%+ %)]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw -1.463 -1.071 Td [(,GDE:GIN)-1(>CI=:=:6GID;':CIJ8@N)]TJ 0.611 -1.071 Td [()6CN)-1(EGDE:GI>:H)-1(L6>I>C<;DGNDJ)]TJ 0.555 -1.071 Td [(G6C<>C<;GDB\024G:H)-1(ID\022)]TJ 1.634 -1.071 Td [(68G:Hr=>I6@:G\0366C@)]TJ 0.51 -1.071 Td (bfr\000"b*$&" *\030*&#,+\023f "6GB\035J8I>DC\000/6IJG96N\035EG>A\021I=\000 G68IDGH)-1("6GB!FJ>EB:CI\021)]TJ 1.162 -1.071 Td [(*>8:$DB:Hr'CDMK>AA:*\000 )86GI:G\035J8I>DC%C8r\000 bf\000J8I>DC\(>8\000 LLLrB886GI:G6J8I>DCr8DBb*+&'\036%+\030%$&*(, +& %0!/\036JN)-1(/L6BE#6IDG*6IJG6A)]TJ 0.001 -1.071 Td [(%CH:8I.:E:AA:CIr"6B>AN,:I/6;:r)]TJ 2.802 -1.071 Td [(.:E:AH)-1(*Df/::f1BHr)]TJ -0.75 -1.071 Td [(K6>A67A:\0358:$6G9L6G: 0=:$DB: :EDI\000)]TJ 6 0 0 6 831.3206 184.7271 Tm [(b *,))&+$&+))Tj 3.416 -1.071 Td (% ,A:6H:=:AEJH)-1(=6K:DJGN)]TJ -0.111 -1.071 Td [(#:C:GDJH)-1(DBE:CH6I>DC,6>9r)]TJ -0.027 -1.071 Td [(6AA\035IIDGC:N)-1(=6GADII: 6C8>J)]TJ 3.441 -1.071 Td (bfr "(\0366G\002r)]TJ 6 0 0 6 829.7666 119.6346 Tm [(b+%%**)-558(.+))&%+)-558()]TJ /T1_29 1 Tf 0.074 Tc 0.001 Tw 0 -1.039 TD [( :K:ADEB:CIr)-376(3>C9/L:EI)-376(DC)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0 -1.071 TD [(=:GD@::)-42((6@:)-42((DI)-42(EG>8:H)-43(G:9J8:9)]TJ 0.018 Tc -0.018 Tw T* [(f)-119(/I6GI>C<)-119(6I)-119()-119(>C)]TJ 0.035 Tc -0.035 Tw T* [()DGG>HIDLC)-102(0*r)-102(*:6G)-102(H=:K>AA:)]TJ 0.075 Tc 0 Tw T* [(*)-1051()-1051('CDMK>AA:r)-1051( :I6>AH)]TJ 0.05 Tc -0.05 Tw T* [(bf)-87(DG)-87(K>H>I)-87(L:7H>I:)]TJ -0.001 Tc 0.001 Tw T* [(LLLr0*L6I:G;GDCIr8DBr)]TJ 6 0 0 6 830.1355 47.725 Tm [(b tfrnfbr\027 \034\035\020\033 #\020 #\036! !! \032$\034\006\021! $\033#)]TJ 0.02 Tc 0 Tw 3.124 -1.115 Td [( )1( )1()1( )1( )]TJ /T1_31 1 Tf 0.019 Tc -0.019 Tw 18.999 0 Td [(b)]TJ /T1_30 1 Tf 0.001 Tw 8.295 0 Td [("\023\020 )]TJ /T1_31 1 Tf 0.02 Tc -0.02 Tw [(rtfn $"#"$"$'\023" &\030 "'" !%$ #\037%"#\023" \024\022 %"\030" %$(!!"\033#\036 & "'"\016"#! \030" 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Knight Director: Brian Helgeland Rated: PG-13 tells the story of two men the great Jackie Robinson and trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers GM Branch Rickey whose brave stand against prejudice forever changed the world by changing the game of baseball. In 1947, Branch Rickey put himself at the forefront of history when he signed Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking Major League Baseballs infamous color line. But the deal also put both Robinson and Rickey in the firing line of the public, the press and other players. Facing blatant racism from every side, even his own team, Robinson was forced to demonstrate tremendous courage and restraint by not reacting in kind, knowing that any incident could destroy his and Rickeys hopes. Instead, No. 42 let his talent on the field do the talking ultimately winning over fans and his teammates, silencing his critics, and paving the way for others to follow. In 1997, Major League Baseball retired the number 42 for all teams, making it the first number in sports to be universally retired. The only exception is every year on April 15 Jackie Robinson Day commemorating the date of his first game as a Brooklyn Dodger. On that day alone, players from every team proudly wear the number 42 to honor the man who altered the course of history.Scary Movie 5Genre: Comedy and horror Cast: Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Jerry OConnell, Sarah Hyland, Katrina Bowden, Tyler Posey, Shad Moss aka Bow Wow, Kate Walsh, Heather Locklear, Mac Miller and Mike Tyson Director: Malcolm Lee Rated: PG-13 The latest installment of the Scary Movie franchise includes send ups of Paranormal Activity, Mama, Sinister, The Evil Dead, Inception, Black Swan and pop culture. The film features Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Jerry OConnell, Sarah Hyland, Katrina Bowden, Tyler Posey, Shad Moss aka Bow Wow, Kate Walsh, Heather Locklear, Mac Miller and Mike Tyson. Scary Movie 5 is directed by Malcolm Lee who teamed up and worked side by side with legendary comedy director David Zucker best known for his work on the Airplane and The Naked Gun franchises. Zucker wrote and directed Scary Movie 3 and Scary Movie 4 and also cowrote and produced Scary Movie 5. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.The Angels ShareGenre: Drama Cast: Paul Brannigan, John Henshaw, Gary Maitland, Jasmin Riggins and William Ruane Director: Ken Loach Not rated The latest film from legendary filmmaker Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Lavery, The Angels Share is a bittersweet comedy about a young man from Glasgow with a criminal past who wants a way out. Following a court appearance during which hes sentenced to community service, Robbie sneaks into the hospital to visit his girlfriend Leonie and their newborn son and is subsequently overwhelmed. He swears that Luke will not lead the same life has had led. While on community service Robbie meets Rhino, Albert and Mo all similarly cast out from society and hard up to make ends meet. Little did Robbie imagine how a drink could change their lives not cheap booze, but the finest malt whiskies. His newly discovered palate and delicate nose lead Robbie and his crew to a strange new world the Scottish Highlands and the biggest gamble of their lives. AntiviralGenre: Horror and thriller Cast: Caleb Landry Jones, Sarah Gadon and Malcolm McDowell Director: Brandon Cronenberg Not rated Syd March is an employee at a clinic that sells injections of live viruses harvested from sick celebrities to obsessed fans: Biological communion for a price. Syd also supplies illegal samples of these viruses to piracy groups, smuggling them from the clinic in his own body. When he becomes infected with the disease that kills super sensation Hannah Geist, Syd becomes a target for collectors and rabid fans. He must unravel the mystery surrounding her death before he suffers the same fate. To the WonderGenre: Drama and romance Cast: Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem Director: Terrance Malick Not rated Neil (Ben Affleck) is an American traveling in Europe who meets and falls in love with Marina (Olga Kurylenko), an Ukrainian divorcee who is raising her 10-year-old daughter Tatiana in Paris. The lovers travel to Mont St. Michel, the island abbey off the coast of Normandy, basking in the wonder of their newfound romance. Neil makes a commitment to Marina, inviting her to relocate to his native Oklahoma with Tatiana. He takes a job as an environmental inspector and Marina settles into her new life in America with passion and vigor. After a holding pattern, their relationship cools. Marina finds solace in the company of another exile, the Catholic priest Father Quintana (Javier Bardem), who is undergoing a crisis of faith. Work pressures and increasing doubt pull Neil further apart from Marina, who returns to France with Tatiana when her visa expires. Neil reconnects with Jane (Rachel McAdams), an old flame. They fall in love until Neil learns that Marina has fallen on hard times. Gripped by a sense of responsibility and his own crisis of faith he rekindles with Marina after another trip to France. She returns with him to Oklahoma, resuming her American life. But the old sorrows eventually return.DisconnectGenre: Drama Cast: Jason Bateman, Hope Davis, Frank Grillo, Michael Nyqvist, Paula Patton, Andrea Riseborough, Alexander Skarsgard, Max Thieriot, Colin Ford, Jonah Bobo and Haley Ramm Director: Henry-Alex Rubin Rated: R A hard-working lawyer, attached to his cell phone, cant find the time to communicate with his family. A couple is drawn into a dangerous situation when their secrets are exposed online. A widowed ex-cop struggles to raise a mischievous son who cyber-bullies a classmate. An ambitious journalist sees a career-making story in a teen that performs on an adult-only site. They are strangers, neighbors and colleagues and their stories collide in this riveting dramatic thriller about ordinary people struggling to connect in todays wired world. Disconnect explores the consequences of modern technology and how it affects and defines our daily relationships.For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link. Photo by D. STEVENSHarrison Ford, left, stars as Branch Rickey and Chadwick Boseman as Jackie Robinson in Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures drama , a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Tampa Bay Newspapers: All rights reserved www.tbnweekly.com

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