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LARGO A Little Lending Library built in cityThe newest addition to McGough Nature Park is the Little Lending Library, a small container for community members to take or leave a book. ... Page 3A. Also, check out special and weekly events scheduled for October at your Largo Public Library. ... Page 2A. Largo candidates face off for Seat 2Samantha Fenger, Daniel Ruffner enter their first races for city commission Utilities crews stop wastewater flowPinellas County Utilities crews have stopped the flow of wastewater that was leaking from a sewer main on 62nd Avenue North in St. Petersburg. ... Page 8A.COUNTY Largo makes a comebackWith 30 seconds left in the game, quarterback Donavan Hale passed 10 yards to Jonathon Crawford for a touchdown and a 32-27 Largo victory. ... Page 17A.SPORTS FAITH & FAMILYGenealogist shares websitesStart researching your own genealogy with the help of amateur genealogist Peter Summers and the classes at Largo Public Library, offered by the Pinellas Genealogy Society. ... Page 14A. Morroni named interim vice chair Also, county approves new administrators contract ... Page 8A. Also, New Line Cinemas horror Annabelle to open; Affleck stars in Gone Girl ... Page 1B.Peter Frampton returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall this week Volume XXXVII,No. 11 October 2, 2014 www.TBNweekly.com AUTO ACCIDENT INJURY?Diagnosis Treatment Rehab Attorney and Specialist Ref erralsGreg Hollstrom II, DC, Brian Rebori, DC 11444 Seminole Blvd., Largo 727-393-6100 drgreghollstrom.com010214 100214 Exp. 11-15-14 Exp. 11-15-14Exp. 11-15-14Exp. 11-15-14SPA MANICURE & PEDICURE W/SHELLAC 39 SHAMPOO/CUT/STYLE 25BROW TINT & WAX 1925% OFF NEW NAILS CLIENTSCANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS. 12046 Indian Rocks Road, Largo 727-595-1222 www.VONailsAndSpa.comFACIALS SPA THERAPY WAXING NAILS AND MORE Not available with other offers. Exp. 11/15/14100214 20% OFFAll Services for New Clients.Not available with other offers. Exp. 11/15/14Basic Pedicure & Manicure w/ Shellac$42Not available with other offers. Exp. 11/15/14FULL SET $5 OFFNot available with other offers. Exp. 11/15/14SWEET PEDICURE $3 OFF Samantha Fenger Daniel RuffnerElections office sends mail ballotsLargo police chaplain named Citizen of the Year By SUZETTE PORTERWhile campaign action continues ahead of the upcoming Nov. 4 elections, the voting has begun. Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark mailed 2,696 ballots to overseas voters Sept. 19; another 252,000 went out Tuesday, Sept. 30, to domestic voters who have requested a ballot. All eligible voters can request a ballot by mail by visiting www.votepinellas.com, calling 464-VOTE (464-8683), or send an email to absentee@votepinellas.com, and include date of birth. The deadline to request a ballot to be mailed is 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29. The deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 4 election is Monday, Oct. 6. Visit www.votepinellas.com or call 464-VOTE for more information. Early voting is scheduled from Oct. 20 to Nov. 2.On the ballotTheres a lot to decide by Nov. 4. Floridians will elect a governor and lieutenant governor, attorney general, chief financial officer and commissioner of agriculture. Pinellas County will pick a representative to serve in congress, as well as state senators and representatives. Voters will pick two new representatives to serve on the Board of County Commissioners. In nonpartisan races, voters will decide who will serve as a judge for the District Court of Appeals and fill two seats on the school board. Board members will be elected to serve four different fire districts. Municipal elections also are taking place in Dunedin, Largo and Seminole. Then, there are the ballot questions. The one attracting the most local attention is the referendum By JULIANA A. TORRESCLEARWATER The last award at the Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerces 62nd annual meeting and awards breakfast Sept. 25 was an unexpected surprise to its recipient. I know this honor will come as a surprise to him, especially since we tricked him by getting him to come here to give the invocation, said chamber Chairman Jim Rivenbark. He is one of the most recognized and experienced volunteers in the history of the Largo Police Department. All totaled, he has contributed more than 16,000 volunteer hours to the citizens of Largo. The honoree was the Rev. J. Arnold Johnson, Largo police chaplain. Im speechless, he said when he had reached the podium. This cant be real, but it is. Johnson boarded a bus to Hollywood after graduating high school in New York in 1948. However, at age 17, he attended a Billy Graham rally in Modesto, California, decided to give his life to God and returned to New York to pursue a degree in theology at Nyack College, where he met his wife of 63 years, Mary. We have loved Largo (and) decided after almost 40 years pastoring five churches that we would stay in a place we loved: Largo, Johnson said. He began volunteering for the Largo Police Department in 1987 and has never stopped. According to his good friend, former Chief John Carroll, the Reverend has seen the best and the worst of humanity, yet he always maintains a calm, friendly and soothing demeanor, said By JULIANA A. TORRES LARGO After hearing a volley of public opinion on the matter, it was Largo Commissioner Curtis Holmes own response that prompted his fellow elected officials to back away from censuring him for inappropriate use of a city-issued iPad. Holmes spoke against the advice of his attorney, who argued in his clients defense for 10 minutes during the public hearing Sept. 30. But Holmes said he couldnt help himself but to give an explanation. Call it an error in judgment. Call it ignorance its closer to it. Had I known the copies were coming here I would have never even messed with the stupid thingm, Holmes said to the city officials, several media representatives and residents gathered at Largo City Hall. Its done. Its over. It was my mistake. What can I tell you beyond that? At issue were a number of Facebook posts and YouTube links Holmes sent to his personal email from the iPad using apparently unbeknownst to him an intermediary city-issued email address. The content was mostly politically charged rhetoric. One cartoon in particular was blatantly offensive to Muslims. Another email contained a link to a YouTube video of a woman in her underwear and a tank top, pandering to a webcam. None of the content was illegal or pornographic, and none of it was enough to prompt the forfeiture of a public official, per the city charter. However, if the offensive and inappropriate content were found on a city employees computer, he or she would have been fired, per city policy. Dawn Smolowitz, vice president of the Communication Workers of America Local 3179, a union that represents some of the citys employees, pointed out as much.Photos by JULIANA A. TORRESAbove, the Rev. J. Arnold Johnson thanks the Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce for naming him the Citizen of the Year Sept. 25. Below, George Glover, left, CEO of BayStar Hotel Group, and Rick Donohue, general manager of the Hampton Inn & Suites in Largo and chamber chair-elect, accept the award for Business Member of the Year from chamber president Tom Morrissette, right.County Commission passes millage rates and budgets See BALLOTS, page 4A By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Pinellas County Commissioners made no changes to tentative millage rates and budgets before unanimously adopting them all, one-by-one, during a Sept. 23 public hearing. No millage rate increases were included in budgets for fiscal year 2014-2015, as reflected in the Truth in Millage notices sent out from the Property Appraiser Aug. 22. The general fund countywide millage rate remains at 5.2755 mills. The general fund pays most of the countys operating expenses. The FY 2015 general fund budget is just over $590.4 million, up $14.4 million (or 2.5 percent) from FY 2014. A pay raise of 3 percent for all eligible county employees will come from general fund allocations. General fund revenue also will pay for increased funding for the Sheriffs Office, Veterans Services Department, dental care programs and other needs. Residents living in unincorporated Pinellas will continue to pay a Municipal Services Taxing Unit millage rate of 2.0957 mills. Millage rates also remain unchanged for the health department, Pinellas Planning Council, Emergency Medical Services and the Pinellas Public Library Cooperative. The budget includes a new taxing district to pay for recreation services in the East Lake community. The millage rate was set at 0.25 mills. The only other change is a reduction in the millage rate for the Dunedin Fire District due to completion of the new fire station. The FY 2015 countywide budget is just over $1.92 billion up $148.9 million, or 8.4 percent, compared to 2014. Increased property values account for the biggest influx of new dollars in the countys coffers. Some residents may have higher Curtis Holmes See CENSURE, page 4ACommissioners refrain from censuring HolmesThere are three contested races in Largo. This story compares the candidates for one of them. Look for the two more stories comparing the four other candidates. By JULIANA A. TORRESLARGO T he candidates for Largos Seat 2 both said their campaigns began at a eureka moment a sudden realization that they were qualified and capable of becoming a Largo commissioner, backed by a desire to make a difference in their community. For Daniel Ruffner, a longtime Largo resident with a 30-year career in banking and finance, the moment came at a Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce debate last year. Ruffner, 47, acted as the timer for the debate and as he listened to the candidates, realized that their qualifications did not far exceed his own. Thats when I first started to realize that I potentially have something to offer as much as (those) candidates, he said. The Largo High School graduate has three finance degrees and has been a vice president and branch manager of the BB&T on Walsingham Road for 12 years. He said his decades of living and working in the community allows him to be fully invested in the city of Largo. Im not a newcomer. Ive seen the city the good, bad and the different and I want to keep it the great city that it is, he said. He said the impetus to run came from the values instilled into him by his father, a World War II veteran. He said, If you can make your community a better place, you have an obligation to do so. And thats what See BUDGETS, page 4A See SEAT 2, page 4A See CITIZEN, page 4AThe little library Features Business . . . . . . . . . .10A Classieds . . . . . . . . .5-7B Community . . . . . . . .11-12A County . . . . . . . . . .5, 8A Entertainment . . . . . . .1-4, 8B Faith & family . . . . . . . .14A Just for fun . . . . . . . . . .2B Largo . . . . . . . . . . .2-4A Pet connection . . . . . . . . .6A Police beat . . . . . . . . . .5A Schools . . . . . . . . . . .15A Sports . . . . . . . . . .16-17A Viewpoints . . . . . . . . . .13A Call 397-5563 For News & Advertising VIEWPOINTSBob DriverColumnist weighs in on press conferences. Page 13A.

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2A Largo Leader, October 2, 2014 100214 Seminole7501 Seminole Blvd.1/2 Block North of Park Blvd. next to SunTrust(727) 391-6642Clearwater1932 Drew StreetProfessional Plaza 1 1/2 blocks West of Hercules(727) 441-3591S. Pasadena1155 Pasadena Ave.Next to Horse & Jockey British Pub Across from Blockbuster Video(727) 347-2938Palm Harbor35208 U.S. 19 N.Alderman Plaza Corner of Alderman Rd. & U.S. 19(727) 787-1866Largo Mall10500 Ulmerton Rd., Ste. 740Near Albertsons Facing Ulmerton Rd.(727) 586-5553St Petersburg1598 62nd Ave. N.SE corner of 16th St. & 62nd Ave. N.(727) 522-3692 1495 Indian Rocks Road, Largo, FL 33770727-223-5937 www.sandytoez.com Like us on100214NEVERBUYOUTDOORFURNITUREAGAIN! Adirondack Chairsmade from Recycled PlasticVariety of styles and colorsFeatured Artists: Dana Lafita-Smith and Ashley Brown Lifetime Warranty 100214 Largo library events Email news to Largo Leader Editor Juliana Torres at jtorres@TBNweekly.com or send notices to Tampa Bay Newspapers, 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772. For more questions, call 397-5563, ext. 324. Largo Public Library, at 120 Central Park Drive, has several special and weekly events scheduled for October. For more information, call 587-6715.Adult Programs Adult sign language, Wednesdays, Oct. 15, 29. The basics class is at 6 p.m. with an intermediate class at 7 p.m. Movies on Mondays 1 p.m. Popcorn and drinks will be provided. Call 587-6715 for movie titles. Crafter Dark, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 6 p.m. Mix up a batch of Mexican cocoa, a yummy treat to conclude Hispanic Heritage Month. Booktalking with Iris, Wednesday, Oct. 8, noon. Listen to a talk on popular titles each month. Socrates Caf Thursday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m. Volunteers lead a discussion of ideas and opinions on a variety of topics in a fun, inclusive environment. Poets Live Monday, Oct. 13, 6:30 p.m. Volunteers lead a group for poetry enthusiasts. Author book signing: E.W. Skinner Saturday, Oct. 18, 1 to 4 p.m. Visit with a local author and purchase a signed copy of her new book, St. Blair: Children of the Night. English tutor training Saturday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with orientation Tuesday, Oct. 21, 6 to 8 p.m. Become a volunteer English Language Learning tutor. English Language Learning Conversation Club, Mondays, 10 a.m. Practice speaking and listening in English.Teen programs Wii Warriors, Thursday, Oct. 2, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. Participate in a Wii tournament or just to play for fun. Teen Library Council, Monday, Oct. 13, 5 to 7 p.m. Earn volunteer hours while having fun creating and planning upcoming events. Apply online or inperson Teen Read Week Book Giveaway, Monday, Oct. 13 through Friday, Oct. 17. Complete daily activity sheets for a chance to win some of your favorite books. The prize drawing will be on Monday, Oct. 20. The Teen Scene Monday, Oct. 20, 5 to 7 p.m. This night all about books will include book trivia, bookmarking yourself, book speed dating, and more. Halloween Open House Thursday, Oct. 30, 2 to 5:30 p.m. Join us for games, treats, do-your-own monster makeup, and crafts. Childrens programs Character Bingo, Thursday, Oct. 2, 4 p.m. Learn about historical figures, famous people, or book characters in this program that combines interesting stories and trivia with a bingo game. Crafty Creations, Saturday, Oct. 11, 10 a.m. Ages 5 to 12 listen to a themed story and use a variety of materials to create and decorate. #TweenZone Thursday, Oct. 16, 4 to 5:30 p.m. Ages 8 to 12 are invited for plethora of activities, including Wii games and crafts. Puppets Aplenty, Friday, Oct. 17, 4:30 p.m. Fall in love with stories through puppet shows. L.P.L.I. Monday, Oct. 20, 1 p.m. Spies ages 6 to 12 will learn to investigate, try out a new persona, test their skills on a spy course and learn about real-life spies. Register in the Childrens Department. Meet a Pup Pal, Monday, Oct. 20, 6 p.m. Meet a therapy-trained dog who helps children improve their reading skills. Not-So-Scary Halloween Friday, Oct. 24, 4 p.m. Ages 12 and younger are invited to dress up for stories, crafts and more. Miss Angelas Character Parade Wednesday, Oct. 29, 10 a.m. Register children ages 1 to 5 for a fun-filled morning of stories, songs, and surprises. Dress as your favorite character. Sunset Stories Mondays, excluding Oct. 20, 6 p.m. This story experience is for the whole family. Cook-a-Book Wednesdays, 6 p.m. The family is invited for stories, followed by a themed snack. Wobbly Walkers, Wednesdays, excluding Oct. 29, 9:15 a.m. Walkers ages 12 to 18 months, with an adult helper, will enjoy stories, finger-plays, music and movement activities. Toddler Tales Wednesdays, excluding Oct. 29, 10:30 a.m. Ages 18 to 36 months participate in themed stories, music and extended story activities that encourage early literacy. Brilliant Babies Thursdays, 10:30 a.m. Join us for an introduction to stories, songs, baby signs and fingerplays. We recommend one baby per lap. Pre-K Hooray Thursdays, 1 p.m. Ages 3 to 5 prepare to attend school with themed stories, songs and more. Library Legos Saturdays, excluding Oct. 25, 2 to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12 are challenged to create a new LEGO masterpiece every week. All materials are provided. Baby Sign Language, Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. Include signs naturally while interacting with your child. Registration is required. Email rrodriguez@pplc.us to register. Visit www.TBNweekly.com

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Deneau, Jr. as DinoNational Award Winner Dean Martin Fan Club Endorsed by The Dean Martin Estate12501 Park Boulevard Seminole, FloridaFor Reservations: 727-391-2919 Saturday October 11, 2014 7:00PM$15 per person 100214 LARGO The newest addition to McGough Nature Park, at 11901 146th St. N., is the Little Lending Library, a small container for community members to take or leave a book. The Friends of Largo Library provided funds to Eagle Scout Jacob Riek, of Troop 407, to construct the Little Lending Library. Two more lending libraries are being built for Highland Recreation Complex, 400 Highland Ave. and the Largo Community Center, 400 Alt. Keene Road. These will be completed within the next few months. Visit McGough Nature Park to take or leave a book today. For more information on the Little Lending Libraries, call Largo Parks Department at 586-7415.Little Lending Libraries arrive in Largo Meet D akota, the newly named hawkLARGO The George C. McGough Nature Park has chosen a name for their new male red-tailed hawk: Dakota. Many members of the community submitted name ideas to The Friends of the Largo Nature Parks. The group chose their favorite and most fitting for the hawk at the Welcome Home Hawks event Sept. 20. The young male was found by a member of the Clearwater Audubon Society and was assessed and cared for by Busch Gardens. During the time the male hawk was healing, he bonded with female hawk, Gwen, and the decision was made to give them both to McGough Nature Park rather than splitting them up. After their arrival at McGough, Dakota had to have his eye removed at Busch Gardens as a result of his injuries to preserve his health. Due to Dakotas injury, he is no longer suited to live in the wild and has found a permanent home at McGough Nature Center. Visit Dakota and the other birds of prey seven days a week, from dawn to dusk, in their outdoor enclosures. For more information, visit LargoNature.com, call 518-3047 or visit the McGough Nature Center, 11901 146th St. N. in Largo. The center is open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Recycling contest to begin againLARGO The city of Largos Recycled Innovations Contest returns, a challenge for those who know how to get creative with trash. Participants of all ages, from the Tampa Bay area and beyond, are invited to this online contest and construct useful items consisting of at least 75 percent discarded material. Innovators are encouraged. Participants will be vying for innovative prizes such as solar-powered chargers for cellphones, MP3 players and small electronics, a solar-powered backpack, a paper-recycling machine and learning toys. One winner from each age category will be selected. Largo Recycles Facebook followers will select one Facebook Choice Award, with prizes awarded to participants receiving the most online votes in each age categories. 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Photos courtesy of the CITY OF LARGOResidents can take or leave a book at the new Little Lending Library at McGough Nature Park. Briefs

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4A Largo Leader, October 2, 2014tax bills, despite the lack of millage rate increases.More money for veterans servicesThe Rev. Bob Swick, chairman and CEO for the Tampa Bay Veterans Alliance, thanked commissioners for the increased funding for veterans services. Swick joined other local veterans, service providers as well as state officials in chastising the commission for a restructuring of countys services. Veterans complained for months about the changes and the resulting backlog. Plans by two former employees to consolidate Veterans Services with Health and Community Services resulted in a reduction in staff and fewer certified veterans services officers. The county reversed the failed consolidation and Veterans Services Division became a separate program again in June. In FY 2015, the division will have 6.5 full time employees and will receive $663,720 in funding the highest historical staffing and budget level for Veterans Services, according to the budget message from County Administrator Mark Woodard. Thank you for the vote of confidence to rectify an error that took place, Swick said. Swick said 25 percent or more of the countys population are veterans a number that is expected to grow in the coming years as Florida takes steps to be more veteran friendly. Swick pointed out that the 25 percent did not include veterans spouses and family members. He said the increase in staffing takes the county back to where it was two to three years ago, which would allow the division to reach out and touch veterans who are unable to come in to the office. At the first public hearing Sept. 11, members of Faith in Action in Strength Together, turned out to ask the commission to increase funding for adult dental health to $4.3 million. The commission added $500,000 to the budget for that purpose, but FAST said it wasnt enough. Donna Davis was the only representative of FAST that spoke Sept. 23. Were very disappointed it is only going to be $500,000, she said. She repeated the message that $4.3 million was needed to provide services to the working poor. Youve advocated for the children, but we have to take care of the parents, she said. We have wonderful facilities but they are lacking funding. She promised FAST would return with its request next year. The $500,000 in recurring money is intended to provide dental care to uninsured county residents beyond the current care that gives only limited pain relief. Currently, clients with diabetes and heart conditions are eligible for the limited care. The county is working with its stakeholders to come up with a better way to offer basic dental care to low income residents. More than 6,000 visited emergency rooms in 2012, which cost $7.6 million. The FY 2015 budget also includes one-time dollars of $70,000 to support a dental sealant program sponsored by the Juvenile Welfare Board. The money will assist JWBs goal to provide four to six dental sealants for 1,000 students at 12 elementary schools. Commission Chair Karen Seel thanked fellow commissioners and staff for the work done on next years balanced budgets. I thank you for the unanimous vote, she said. I thank staff for all their hard work. She pointed out that Pinellas was the most fiscally prudent county in the state. Our only debt is the sewer system, the rest is pay-as-we-go, she said. Were clearly mindful were spending the taxpayers money. question on Greenlight Pinellas, a plan to fund the countys transit needs, improve bus service and build a rail system using a 1 percent sales tax instead of ad valorem taxes, which funds Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority now. Floridians all will decide on three constitutional amendments. The first is a request to dedicate funds to acquire conservation and recreation land. If passed, 33 percent of net revenues from existing excise tax for the next 20 years would be dedicated toward acquiring, restoring, improving and managing of conservation lands. The second is to allow the use of marijuana for certain medical conditions. A licensed state physician would determine the use and caregivers would be allowed to assist patients with the medical use of marijuana. The Department of Health would be in charge of regulating the production and distribution. The third question involves requirements under which the governor can prospectively fill vacancies in a judicial office. Examples are reaching retirement age or not qualifying for election. Charter amendments also will be found on the ballots of voters in Kenneth City, Largo, Seminole and St. Petersburg. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4.District 13 candidate withdrawsEd Jany, candidate for the office of Representative in Congress, District 13, has withdrawn. Votes cast for Jany will not count. Three other names are on the ballot, incumbent Republican David Jolly, Libertarian candidate Lucas Overby and write-in candidate Michael Stephen Levinson. Look for more election stories in the coming weeks in the newspapers and online at www.TBNweekly.com. BALLOTS, from page 1A BUDGETS, from page 1A CENSURE, from page 1ACommissioner Holmes is wrong. He has no right to privacy, not when it refers to the use of city equipment, she said. The citys computer usage and Internet usage policy is clear: you dont use them for personal use or gain. City employees who violated that policy to a lesser degree were terminated, she said, calling for Holmes to resign. Commissioners also said they wanted to be fair to the city employees. If it were an employee of the city, Id be mad. And justifiably so, said Commissioner Woody Brown. We build rules that the city employees have to adhere to. He stopped short of giving the rest of the commission the responsibility of publicly reprimanding Holmes, calling instead on the voters to judge how he represents the people of Largo and weigh that against this mistake when hes up for reelection. Several residents spoke favorably of Holmes record as commissioner, citing his propensity for questioning and asking for more details of city staff proposals. Holmes is not a go-along-to-get-along kind of guy. He asks hard questions and expects real answers, said Roberta Hosken, a resident of Kent Place in Largo. Many asked the commission to realign their priorities and said they felt that the censure, which commissioners considered during a special meeting, distracted from real city business. Others called for Holmes to be held accountable. No one should be above the rules and laws because of their title. That includes all elected officials, said Barbara Webb of Largo. Commissioners Harriet Crozier said the censure, essentially a public reprimand, amounted to a slap on the wrist. But she said it was necessary for the sake of the employees. They werent given a second chance. We have to conduct ourselves better and follow all of the rules, she said. Mayor Pat Gerard agreed with the repeated assertion that there was no right to privacy on a work computer. Personally, I dont think the censure would make a bit of difference one way or another, she said. Our actions will have no bearing on anything. Commissioner Michael Smith moved to not approve the censure against Holmes. Brown, who had voiced a hope that Holmes had learned from the experience, seconded the motion. It passed 6-1, with Crozier the only vote in favor of the reprimand. This was never anything personal. Im glad that this is over with, and we can get on with the business of the city, Commissioner Jamie Robinson said. Photos by JULIANA A. TORRESAbove left, Abe Moussa, left, of Total Tile Solutions and Abes Place Tap and Grill accepts the chambers Small Business Leader of the Year award from Chairman Jim Rivenbark. Above center, Barry Dowdy, Tech Datas facilities operations manager accepts a silver hammer on behalf of his companys expanded headquarters. Above right, Maj. Sean Jowell of the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office accepts a silver hammer for the Pinellas County Sheriffs Administration Building. Below, chamber president Tom Morrissette stands with award recipients Scott Lake of R.S. Williams & Associates, shown left, Neil Allen of A-to-Z Printing & Graphics, center, and Melody Hunter of Charles Rutenberg Realty, right. CITIZEN, from page 1ARivenbark. He reports for duty, in uniform, to ride along with police officers at least one shift each week. And, hes always available at a moments notice to respond to assist police with traumatic calls and provide a comforting presence. Johnson said it was a privilege to serve the Lord and an honor to serve the community. Preachers dont know what theyre missing when they dont offer themselves to serve the people of the community they live in, he said. I cant believe God called me to handle His precious word and to serve Him. Johnson was not the only community member honored during the breakfast, held at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach. The chamber began its slate of awards by honoring its retired directors: Laurie Bunce, Marilyn Brown, Debbie Jackson and Debra Jones. The Ambassador of the Year honored for his participation, enthusiasm and recruitment efforts went to Neil Allen of A-to-Z Printing & Graphics. Melody Hunter of Charles Rutenberg Realty was named the committee chairwoman of the year for her oversight of the chambers leads team program. Chamber president Tom Morrissette presented the 2014 presidents award to Scott Lake of R.S. Williams & Associates. Lake went above and beyond to provide the chamber with many great ideas, leadership skills and much humor, Morrissette said. The Bay Star Hotel Group was honored as the business member of the year, one of only three businesses in the chambers history to be given the honor twice. Bay Stars generosity goes beyond the chamber. It has also served the residents of Largo and our region, Morrissette said. The chamber handed out two silver hammer awards, given to recognize brick and mortar projects that have a positive impact on the community. First, Tech Data was recognized for its expanded headquarters, a $6 million project in Largo. It wasnt a certainty that Tech Data would decide to stay when the topic of expansion came up, Rivenbark said. But its CEO, Robert Dutkowsky, decided to double down on Tampa Bay, calling it a beautiful place to raise a family. Also honored was the Pinellas County Sheriffs Administration Building and Public Safety Complex, built on Ulmerton Road in Largo. Finally, the 20th Mac Norcross Small Business Leader of the Year went to Abe Moussa of Total Tile Solutions and Abes Place Tap and Grill. As a businessman, Abe is a success. As a person, there is none better according to family, friends and employees, Rivenbark said. Although known to run a tight ship, he gains the commitment of those who work for him through loyalty and dedication in making their work an opportunity to learn and grow. Rivenbark also reviewed the chambers progress of the past year, explaining the chambers new membership development committee, its campaign Each One, Reach One, and announcing that the chamber had another debt-free year. The breakfast also served to introduce the chambers new chairman-elect, Rick Donohue, general manager of the Hampton Inn & Suites in Largo. Around townI want to do, Ruffner said. Samantha Fenger, 35, a former land use planner and neighborhood organizer, said she initially though she might be too young to run for local office, but had the ambition in her five-year plan. In a conversation Fenger requested with Neil Brickfield, the former Pinellas County commissioner encouraged her to apply to the 2013 Tampa Bay Public Leadership Institute, a process that helped Fenger define her own platform and clarify how she had contributed to the city already. For me, that was the springboard that I needed. I had the This is what I want to do. I was missing the How do you get there? she said. She has a passion for local politics, she said. Just walking up to Largo City Hall to volunteer on its community development advisory board and most recently the planning board Fenger said she felt her head would explode with excitement. You have the ability here to make a difference and be a part of the community, she said. Thats been my calling. The platformsRuffner said he wants to make sure the city of Largo spends tax revenue wisely and frugally. Yes, we want to grow our city, and thats important, but we also want to make sure that were not just spending for spendings sake that we have a good plan lined up, he said. He would like to see the police and fire budgets increase back to pre-recession levels, a priority that comes before lowering next years tax rate more than the slight decrease that commissioners approved for the current year. Theres probably still some room for a little bit more, but before I would cut any more millage rates, I want to restore those salary benefits to the fire and police, Ruffner said. Fenger says she has a clear vision for the city that involves ensuring sustainable growth, providing effective city services and attracting downtown development. She said she also wanted to ensure police and fire were adequately staffed, especially with the future annexations. In the 10 months since shes been watching the Largo Commission closely, she disagreed most strongly with the decision to award a bid to Ajax Paving Industries of Florida. Fenger helped organize her neighbors to protest the noise and air quality disturbances caused by the asphalt plant in unincorporated Largo. The city shouldnt have granted the unrelated bid on principle, she said. From her perspective on the planning board, Fenger said she also didnt agree with the commissions decision to allow the Dick Norris car dealership on U.S. 19 a larger sign, based on the hardship of the overpass construction. The planning board denied the request twice because the company was looking to adhere to national sign standards, not because a real hardship existed, she said. She said she wasnt sure how she felt about the commission extending the deadline for compliance with the sign ordinance, which requires businesses to convert pole signs into monument signs. Im concerned that a lot of those businesses are going to wait that period of time anyway, and going to be just as upset by the time were at 2017, she said. Ruffner said he wants to see businesses get better representation in the city. Hes against the new sign ordinance all together. The cost of a new sign is too high for small businesses, and the commissions decision to extend the deadline proves his point. That tells me that this was probably a mistake and we should revoke it all together, he said. We should be as business-friendly as possible. Ruffner said he felt his hands were tied as a member of the code enforcement board during a recent case, when a pizza business was forced to update their sign ahead of the deadline because of a change the owner had made to it. I wish we had another option, he said. The candidates disagree most sharply on support of the Greenlight Pinellas proposal. Ruffner said he was against spending more tax dollars on a system that isnt widely used now. We will have the highest sales tax in the entire state of Florida. And thats a big concern, he said. As long as people are anchored to their vehicles and not going to use the system, it doesnt make sense to allocate those large funds towards this new system. Fenger said she was in support of better multimodal transportation options as a way to create higher income jobs, increased real estate values and more job opportunities for those who cant afford personal vehicles but want to better their lives. I think its part of our responsibility to help create those opportunities for everybody, she said. Economically speaking, its shown across the country that areas that have that type of transportation have better opportunities to increase their economic development. She said she supported the city working to make its roads more pedestrian-friendly. For more about Fenger, visit www.samanthafenger.com. Search for Ruffner on Linkedin.com. The deadline to register for the Nov. 4 election is Monday, Oct. 6. Registered voters can request a ballot by mail. Early voting is scheduled from Oct. 20 to Nov. 2. Visit www.votepinellas.com or call 464VOTE for more information. SEAT 2, from page 1AFriends host book saleLARGO The Friends of the Largo Library will host their Fall Book Sale Friday, Oct. 3, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the Jenkins room of the library, 120 Central Park Drive. All books are 50 cents each. Buy two and get one free. A preview sale for members will be Thursday, Oct. 2, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Members need to show their membership card or be listed in the membership list. Nonmembers may join for an annual fee of $10. Proceeds of the sale benefit the library. For more information, call the library bookstore at 586-9372 or visit largopubliclibrary.org.Friends sponsor short story competitionLARGO The theme for the 31st annual Stanley Shalit Short Story Competition, for students in fourth and fifth grades, is Whats cooking? The Friends of the Largo Library sponsor the contest. The submission deadline is Saturday, Oct. 18. For more information, call Iris Shalit at 595-8307.Historical Society meets monthlyLARGO The Largo Historical Society invites the public to its meetings on second Mondays through May, 6:30 p.m., at the historic Largo Feed Store, 295 Central Park Drive. Each meeting will feature a guest speaker at 7 p.m., following the potluck supper, and a 50/50 drawing. On first Saturdays, the historic Feed Store is open to the public, and Largo Historical Society members are available to answer questions. For more information, call society president Don Forehand at 7097382 or first vice president Charlie Harper at 584-4906.Museum hosts fundraiserLARGO The second annual Wheels for Warriors Bike Fest rolls in Saturday, Oct. 4, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Armed Forces History Museum, at 2050 34th Way N. Bikers will receive discount admission at just $15, free T-shirts for the first 100 bikers, free lunch, one free beer, AFHM lapel pins, museum tours and raffles. The Bomber Girls will be on hand for photo opChamber to host candidates forumLARGO The Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce will host a Largo Commission candidates luncheon Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at The Palms of Largo Royal Palms Theater, 200 Lake Ave. NE. There are three contested Largo Commission races for the Nov. 4 election: Seat 1 with incumbent Michael Smith facing Bronson Oudshoff, Seat 2 with two newcomers Samantha Fenger and Daniel Ruffner and Seat 5 with incumbent Harriet Crozier facing Donna Holck. Cost to attend is $20, which includes lunch. Registration is required. Call 584-2321 or email events@CentralChamber.biz. portunities and World War II re-enactors from the First Infantry Division will conduct drill demonstrations at 1 p.m. The events is a fundraiser for the museums community outreach, veteran and youth education programs. Tickets can be purchased at www.armedforcesmuseum.com, by calling 539-8371 or in person at the museum.

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County 5A Leader, October 2, 2014 11350 66th St. N., Largo727-538-7771 A Loving Message to Make Your Day WWW.COMFORTKEEPERS.COM090414Covering All Of Pinellas CountyWe provide non-medical in-home care such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, and companionship to help people maintain quality, independent lives in the comfort of their own homes.One of my previous articles, titled The Gift of Time referred to spending time with our elderly loved ones. In our fast pace society, there does not seem to always be enough time to follow through with our good intentions. There is another avenue to let your special family member or friend know that they are in your thoughts and that is simply to mail a thinking of you card or letter. Receiving a card in the mail is personal, a kind act and especially when you live alone, it is sort of like someone just surprised you with a big hug! Sharing a thoughtful card with your loved one reinforces that they are not alone, they are special and you have them in your heart always. Those of us who receive Thinking of You cards via mail, can attest to that warm, uplifting feeling experienced when opening a card filled with kind words. It can make your day, I know it makes mine. Gift giving is an important part of life and a greeting card is a gift. When you send a card, you are sending an emotional piece of yourself. What better way to tell someone you care. Think about the last time you ripped open a bright envelope to find an unexpected note from someone you love inside. Whether it was a family member, or friend, that joy of having their handwriting right there in your hands is irreplaceable. Something about that note, that card, that letter, communicated love and care simply in its presence. Note how you felt Wouldnt it be amazing to help others feel the same? Emails are easy to keep but they are not tangible and enduring in the same way a handwritten card is. Cards can be displayed on desks and mantles and are so memorable. Many of us have saved our loves notes from our children and many cards sent to us on special occasions, stored for future reminiscing. As the elderly glance at their photo albums filled with loving memories, it is equally special to pull cards out to reread those loving messages sent from family and friends. Cards and letters can create a comfort and deep connection between people through the power of words. Send a card or letter to someone special today and imagine the smile on their face, you will indeed make their day. Diane Genovese Owner 100214 Sound Familiar?In the United States alone, 36 million adults have some degree of hearing loss.In recent years, more and more people have opted for a modern hearing system. 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During the phone scam, the caller identifies themselves as a relative or someone trying to help a relative. The caller is careful not to initially mention a specific persons name, instead engages the victim as if they are the victims grandchild or similar type relative. The confused victim will mention their relatives name while trying to understand. At times the callers will describe the relative as being in an accident, getting arrested, needing to pay fines or a lawyer or having some sort of gambling debt which needs to be paid immediately. The caller will ask for the money to be sent to distant locations, sometimes out of the country. The suspects will then send a runner with fake identification to pick up the funds, work with a collusive merchant or use other methods to avoid being caught. Detectives encourage residents, if a call such as this is received, to verify the identity of the person calling before completing any transaction. Speak to another relative, law enforcement or trusted source for help. If you have been a victim of this crime or have any information on these phone scams, call Detective Bingham of the Economic Crimes Unit at 582-6200.Teen arrested for sexual batteryST. PETERSBURG A 15-year-old St. Petersburg teen was arrested Sept. 25 after admitting that he had sexually battered a 4-year-old girl. Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives said the incidents occurred on two separate occasions at a private residence in the county. Detectives began their investigation on Thursday, Sept. 25, after the victim disclosed to deputies that the suspect had sexually battered her. Deputies talked to the victim during an unrelated call and contacted detectives once the victim disclosed that the suspect had sexually battered her while she was in his care. Detectives assigned to the Crimes Against Children Unit, identified the suspect as Matthew Wilson. Detectives met with Wilson Sept. 25, and he admitted to the allegations, according to the sheriffs report. Wilson was charged with one count of capital sexual battery and was transported to the Pinellas Juvenile Assessment Center.Man dies after shooting, car crashCLEARWATER Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies assigned to the Major Accident Investigation Team are investigating a vehicle crash and the drivers self-inflicted gunshot wound. According to the sheriffs report posted Wednesday, Sept. 24, the crash occurred at State Road 60 west of County Road 611. The report said a deputy patrolling the area of Baby Dolls, 133833 U.S. 19 N., heard a single gunshot and observed a vehicle leaving the parking lot. The deputy followed the vehicle onto U.S. 19 where deputies attempted a traffic stop at Haines Bayshore Road and U.S. 19. The vehicle, a 2011 Red Chevy Cruz, did not stop and fled from the deputies. The Sheriffs helicopter responded and continued to follow the vehicle. The vehicle headed eastbound over the Courtney Campbell Bridge then made a U-turn and returned westbound. Deputies were able to deploy stop sticks at Damascus Road and State Road 60, which the suspect drove over. The red 2011 Chevy Cruze continued westbound on State Road 60 after striking the stop sticks. After passing County Road 611 the vehicle crossed over into the eastbound lanes and then struck a large billboard sign post and a tree coming to rest on its roof on the sidewalk, on the south side of State Road 60. The driver, James A. Smith, 22, was transported to Mease Countyside where he was pronounced dead. Through the investigation it was determined the driver suffered from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. Deputies did locate a firearm in the vehicle.Bicyclist injured when hit by carCLEARWATER A bicyclist was seriously injured when a car struck him just after noon Tuesday, Sept. 23, on NE Coachman Road. According to a report from the Florida Highway Patrol, John Matzke, 40, of Clearwater was transported to St. Josephs Hospital. Matzke was traveling westbound on NE Coachman Road (State Road 590) approaching Old Coachman Road in front of a 1999 Toyota Camry driven by Christopher McBride, 24, of St. Petersburg. As McBride traveled through the intersection, Matzke made a left turn into his path and the car struck the bicycle. Matzke was ejected from his bicycle onto the hood and windshield of the Camry. Charges are pending. Police beat Police beat

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6A Pet Connection Leader, October 2, 2014 100214 100214 3534 Adrian Ave., LargoJust Off Indian Rocks Road 727-333-7927Aceis Back! Bar&Grill Bar&GrillSalads Steaks Seafood Wings Burgers WrapsFORMERLY OFGrillmarks Aces Patio Marias Kitchen Apple Cobbler Grand Opening Specials!Friday 10/3 at 3pm Live Music with Motown Eddie Love 7-11pm Sat. & Sun. 10/4&5 11am-5pm Your First Glass of Beer or Wine on the House Half Price AppetizersFREE Wi-Fi Watch All Your Favorite Sports Here100214 Soggy Doggy Splash Party setLARGO The Soggy Doggy Splash Party will be presented Saturday, Oct. 4, at Highland Family Aquatic Center, 400 Highland Ave. NE. Dogs less than 20 inches tall will party from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Taller dogs will have pool access from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Cost is $5 per dog. Pet owners are permitted to bring their dogs to enjoy a swim but as directed by the Pinellas County Health Department, owners will not be permitted to enter the water. However, owners can enjoy concessions from Splashs Snack Bar and sponsor displays. Owners will need to provide proof of vaccination for the dog upon admission. Slides will not be open but the event will feature plenty of activities and a contest. For information, call 518-3016 or visit LargoPools.com.SPOT offers special on black catsPINELLAS PARK To celebrate Halloween, for the month of October, Stop Pet Overpopulation Together Spay and Neuter Clinic, at 4403 62nd Ave., will offer 100 free spay and neuters for the first 100 solid black cats to sign up. Black cats are the last to get adopted and some shelters dont even adopt them out during the Halloween season, so SPOT is offering a positive alternative. There are too many cats and not enough homes, so the easiest way to prevent accidental and unwanted litters is to spay and neuter them before they have a litter. Cats start reproducing as early as 4 months, and can have up to three litters a year. Cats must be at least 3 months or 3 pounds to be eligible. For information and to sign up, call 329-8657 or 329-8658. Visit www.SPOTusa.org. SPOT is a nonprofit organization. Donations are accepted. WendyWendy is a white Chihuahua with a very soft, short coat. She is 2 years old and a tiny 6.2 pounds. She is full of energy, loves playing with toys and other small dogs. She has a big personality, though, and she would do best in an adult-only home. She needs help with her housetraining and would do best on a strict schedule. She is up to date on all vaccinations, is spayed and has no known medical issues. Call Canine Estates to apply and meet her. Call 412-0558 or email director@canineestates.com. Visit www.canineestates.com. BrienBrien is a gorgeous, gray, marble tabby. His coat has beautiful swirl patterns, and his tail is extra long. He loves to play and has lots of energy. He also has a brother named Brenin, and they would love to stay together. He is neutered and up to date on all shots. Call Pat with Second Chance for Strays at 535-9154 or visit www.secondchanceforstrays.com. Miss PeggyMiss Peggy is a big girl who was adopted out when she was a tiny kitten. Her owner gave her a good home if perhaps a little too much food for the last five years. She was returned recently to Second Chance for Strays, however, because her owners could no longer keep her. She is friendly and affectionate and deserves a second chance at a safe, happy home again. Meet her at the Clearwater PetSmart on Gulf-to-Bay and U.S. 19 or call Pat at 535-9154. Miss Peggy is spayed and up to date on all vaccinations. Visit www.secondchanceforstrays.com. BiggonBiggon is a handsome, 5-year-old German shepherd who is looking for a forever home. Currently he lives at the SPCA Tampa Bay, and though this sweet guy can be a bit shy at first, with a little time and patience, Biggon is sure to be your best friend. He will make for a great companion of anyone age 8 and older. His adoption fee is $75, which includes his neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations, and free 30 days of pet insurance. Meet Biggon at 9099 130th Ave. N., Largo. Visit www.spcatampabay.org. Paw prints Pets of the week

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8A County Leader, October 2, 2014 Kens Quality GolfBest Club Bargains In The Area and Quality Repairs!www.KensQualityGolf.com1479 Belcher Road S., LargoBetween Ulmerton & East Bay727-531-8871 East Bay Dr. Ulmerton Rd. Belcher Rd. S. Kens Quality Golf Ken Is Back From Vacation!30% OFF UNTIL OCT. 15, 2014100214 032014 NEW Y. FREE JOINING FEE. High-tech cardio and fitness equipment More than 50 free group exercise classes including BodyPump and BodyCombat Discounts on youth sports, dance, camp and more Free family events & child care while you work out Tropical Smoothie CafeSCHEDULE A TOUR TODAY!YMCA PRESCHOOL ACADEMY FOR CHILDREN AGES 2-5 Bardmoor YMCA 8495 Bryan Dairy Rd., Largo, FL 33777License number pending: 52-51-1532944727.394.9622stpeteymca.org 082114 East Bay Golf Club is a local favorite for its location in the heart of Pinellas County, just 15 minutes from Indian Rocks Beach or Clearwater Beach. Great public golf at great rates is a trademark. East Bays 18-hole Par 71 layout was designed by William Mitchell. This track features elevated, well-bunkered greens with water in play on 14 of 18 holes. All tees, greens and fairways are over-seeded with winter ryegrass for the winter months, ensuring lush, green playing areas. East Bay is a must for all Pinellas visitors featuring a complete pro shop, driving range and GPS on its new eet of carts. Weekdays Anytime! Weekends After 10am$20 After 1pm Everyday!Expires 10/31/14$24100214 100214 Morroni named interim vice chair; administrator con tract approved By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER In an admittedly unusual move, Pinellas County Commission Chair Karen Seel asked fellow commissioners to select a new vice chair and chair early this year. Seel brought the matter before the board Sept. 23. She said although the next years chair and vice chair are usually selected in November, she would like to pick earlier than that. She said the early selection was needed since vice chair Susan Latvala was not running for re-election and normally, the vice chair moved into the chairs position. That wont be happening next year. Were losing Susan Nov. 4, she said. Seel asked that a vice chair be selected to serve from Nov. 5 to 18 or Nov. 5 to Dec. 31. Im still here until Nov. 18, Latvala said. The new person will be sworn in on my last day of service. Commissioner Ken Welch moved that Commissioner John Morroni become vice chair as of Nov. 18 and then chair for 2015. Thats disingenuous to new commissioners, Latvala said. She said the commission had always allowed the new board to make that decision. They get sworn in and then elect the new chair and vice chair, Latvala said. She added, This is no reflection on Mr. Morroni. Morroni agreed that the new board had always picked, saying when he was first elected to the commission, he didnt know who would be the right person to serve in those positions. He said he went along with the majority. It was uncomfortable, he said. Three new commissioners came on board in 2000 Latvala, Morroni and Welch. Seel also was elected for the first time in 2000. She began her service with a governors appointment to the commission in 1999. But, the candidates up for election to fill two spots Latvalas and the seat held by Commissioner Norm Roche, who was defeated in the primary know all of us, he said. He asked how the transition (from the current chair, Seel) would work without knowing who would be chair next year. Its not a big deal, Latvala said. Im fine with selecting a vice chair now, but I think the new people should weigh in on the chair, Commissioner Janet Long said, adding that she would not be able to attend the Nov. 18 meeting. Roche objected, saying the process of selecting the chair and vice chair keeps changing. He said the process of the vice chair becoming the chair had been ongoing for years. Youve been playing that a long time, he said. He added that it was important that newly elected commissioners get to decide. Welch withdrew his motion, and then moved that Morroni serve as vice chair from Nov. 18 to Dec. 31. Nov. 18 is the first scheduled commission meeting after the Nov. 4 election. The commission voted 6-1 in support of Welchs motion. Roche abstained. Latvala has represented District 4 on the Board of County Commissioners since 2000. Four candidates are vying for her job Republican Dave Eggers, Democrat Mark Weinkrantz and noparty-affiliated candidates Marcus Harrison and Carl Folkman. Republican Ed Hooper and Democrat Pat Gerard are running for Roches seat.County administrators contract approvedThe commission voted unanimously to approve the contract with new county administrator Mark Woodard. Seel, who negotiated with Woodard on behalf of the commission, announced that the contract called for a salary of $235,000. And the same benefits of any other county employee, she said. Woodard refused travel benefits and deferred compensation that had been part of the former administrators salary package. This was the easiest negotiation Ive ever been through, Seel said. In other business, commissioners: approved changes to the ordinance regulating high prescribing health clinics in the county, including another one-year extension. approved advertising an Oct. 21 public hearing on an interlocal service boundary agreement with nine municipalities. approved the master fire services agreement with eight municipalities for fire protection service in 10 fire districts. approved multiple agreements for health and community services. Photo courtesy of PINELLAS COUNTY COMMUNICATIONSPinellas Countys longest-serving commissioners are, front row, from left, Susan Latvala and Karen Seel; back row, Ken Welch and John Morroni. Latvala, Seel, Welch and Morroni were elected to the commission in 2000. Seel was appointed by the governor to fill an unexpired term in 1999 and was elected to continue her service in 2000. 584-6497 1200 8THAVE. S.W., LARGO Fall Golf Special$10 Walk $15 Ride Everyday!Pre-Sale Winter Ten Play Tickets On Sale Now! SAVE $$$$!!Expires 10/31/14 18 Hole Exec Course Par 55 Largos Best Kept Secret100214 100214 Utilities crews stop wastewater flow By SUZETTE PORTERST. PETERSBURG Pinellas County Utilities crews have stopped the flow of wastewater that was leaking from a sewer main on 62nd Avenue North in St. Petersburg. According to a post of the Pinellas Countys Facebook page, crews shut down the flow just after 12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Officials attribute heavy rains for the rupture of a sewer main about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27. The line, at 7780 62nd Ave. N. in St. Petersburg, carries wastewater to the South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility. Approximately 250 to 500 gallons of wastewater a minute had been flowing into Joes Creek. County water quality officials are asking residents to cease recreational activities that involve the water in Joes Creek, Cross Bayou, Long Bayou and northern Boca Ciega Bay, including the Bay Pines area. Signs are posted at boat launches and other facilities to inform the public. The county is working with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and the Florida Department of Health to monitor the situation. Residents are advised that the sewer leak does not affect the use of tap water. No boil water notices have been issued. For more, visit www.pinellas county.org or call 464-4000. Photo courtesy of PINELLAS COUNTY FA bypass pipe is installed Tuesday morning to stop the flow of wastewater into Joes Creek.

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10A Business Leader, October 2, 2014 100214OctoberSpecial!6465 Central Avenue St. PetersburgOffer Expires 10/30/14 Five things you need to know to be election ready General ElectionNovember 4, 2014Deborah ClarkPinellas County Supervisor of Elections 1.Voter Registration Deadline October 6 2.All voters can vote by mail.All eligible mail ballots are included in final election results. To vote at your convenience, request a mail ballot by visiting www.votepinellas.com or by calling (727) 464-VOTE (8683). Ballots can be returned by mail or dropped off at any drop-off location, but must be received by 7 p.m. Election Day. 3.Early Voting has new days, hours and locations.NEW Days and Hours (Varies by County)October 20 November 2 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Daily Locations Supervisor of Elections Offices: 13001 Starkey Rd., Largo (Starkey Lakes Corporate Center) 315 Court St., Room 117, Clearwater (Courthouse) 501 1st Ave. N., St. Petersburg NEW Additional Locations: Centre of Palm Harbor, 1500 16th St., Palm Harbor Gulfport Neighborhood Center, 1617 49th St. S., Gulfport 4.On Election Day, voters must vote in the precincts in which they live.Precinct, voting districts and polling place information can be found on your current voter information card or online by selecting Find Your Precinctatwww.votepinellas.com. 5. To avoid delays, bring photo and signature ID to the polls and make sure the Elections Off ice has y our current name, address and signature.100214 010914 Shutter & Blind Manufacturing CompanyLIFETIME WARRANTYOur blinds are built with a STEEL HEADRAIL. Unlike the Flimsy Plastic Headrail like the Home Cneters For a FREE in-home estimate, call us today!MADE IN AMERICAPinellas727-343-2666Hillsborough/Pasco/Polk813-634-8310 INSTALLED FREE! INSTALLED FREE! Briefcase BriefcaseGemini Catamarans partners with Catalina Yachts LARGO Gemini Catamarans, a division of The Catamaran Group, recently announced the selection of the internationally renowned builder Catalina Yachts of Largo to build the new 2015 and 2016 models of the Gemini Legacy 35. Following three successful years of building the Gemini Legacy with Hunter Marine and subsequently Marlow Hunter in Alachua, Gemini Catamarans have moved the production of their flagship Gemini Legacy 35 catamaran to Catalina Yachts of Largo, effective Sept. 15. Gemini Catamarans has been building catamarans since 1981. The Catamaran Group is a worldwide leader in all aspects of the catamaran market. Local stylists attend Redken ExchangeRachel Meyer, Sara Bartles, Madison Smith and Danielle Defayette from Salon West Hair Studio & Spa recently upgraded their skills at The Redken Exchange in New York City. Along with other stylists from around the globe, they learned advanced techniques in hair design and hair color from leading experts in the salon industry. The Redken Exchange is a resource for learning in the professional salon industry. It offers an opportunity for Meyer from the Clearwater salon, Bartles from the Largo salon and Smith and Defayette from the Seminole salon to get the latest information on Redken hair care, hair color and styling products as well as to exchange tips, ideas and techniques with other stylists.BBA to meetBELLEAIR BLUFFS The Bluffs Business Association monthly after hours mingle will be Thursday, Oct. 9, 5:30 to 7 p.m., at Avantaggio, an Aveda Concept Salon & Spa, 940 Clearwater-Largo Road, Largo. Belleair Living Magazine will co-host. Attendees will enjoy appetizers, refreshments and door prizes. Any business, regardless of location, is welcome to attend and bring a guest. For information, visit bluffsbusinessassociation.com or call Bonnie Trembulak at 686-8797.Hipp named universal bankerBELLEAIR BLUFFS NorthStar Bank recently announced the appointment of Anna Hipp as a universal banker for the Belleair Bluffs office. Hipp has more than eight years of banking experience in Pinellas County and comes to NorthStar Bank from First United Bank (formerly Old Harbor Bank) where she was most recently lead teller/customer service representative. She will have a similar role at NorthStar. She will participate in the daily operations of the branch such as assisting customers with their financial services needs and providing timely and efficient completion of client transactions.Sirius K9 opensSEMINOLE Sirius K9 Service Dogs and Training Center is a new service dog and pet training center at 6572 Seminole Blvd. Judy Bordignon, a certified professional trainer and director of Sirius K9, and her family have been community members for more than 22 years. Sirius K9 Service Dogs and Training Center is a pending notfor-profit organization that offers service dog training for those who require assistance with balance and/or retrieval or for military PTSD/MST, as well as private and group lessons to fit all needs.ProTect Painters franchise opensST. PETERSBURG ProTect Painters, a professional painting franchise specializing in interior and exterior painting projects for both residential and commercial clientele, recently opened and is ready for business. ProTect Painters is a full-service interior and exterior painting company with a philosophy of helping others fully realize the pride and joy of home ownership, and treating customers like family. Customers who reach out to ProTect Painters will receive a no-obligation painting estimate appointment at their convenience, a free painting quote and more information about the project process. All franchises are locally owned and operated, so you get the best of both worlds; a local owner who provides professional service backed by a national brand. Visit www.protecpaintersfranchise.com.PIE wins Flagler Award CLEARWATER St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport recently received Best in Show for its Airport Rebranding Campaign for Marketing Budgets under $100,000 in the 14th annual Flagler Awards at the 47th annual Governors Conference on Tourism at the Boca Raton Resort. PIE received the award for its 2013 Airport Rebranding Campaign which featured a new logo, slogan Tampa Bay The Easy Way, a media campaign, and a public unveiling reception. PIE is the first airport to receive a Flagler Award in its 14-year history. Best of Show awards are overall awards are a special recognition, an especially prestigious honor selected by the panel. Receiving recognition by our peers in this very competitive and innovative Florida Tourism industry is very exciting, said Noah Lagos in a press release. Lagos is PIE airport director. We believe our new branding reflects who we are and how our customers feel about us. I am very proud of our airport team and our partnership with FKQ Advertising + Marketing. From left, Rachel Meyer, Sara Bartles, Madison Smith and Danielle Defayette from Salon West Hair Studio & Spa visit The Redken Exchange. Anna Hipp

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Theyre all fantastic, and we have some local favorites but also some new restaurants that have come into town that are smaller and really trying to get their name out there, Farinas said. Some of the old favorites are Frenchys and the Baystar Restaurant Group restaurants, such as Island Way Grill and Rumba, she said. Some of the new culinary faces include Ohana Caf, Green Mint Asian Grill, and First Watch. For the second year in a row, the event will take place at the Westfield Countryside Mall, 27001 U.S. 19 N., and will mostly be set up from the ice skating rink toward Sears, on both the first and second floors. People can reserve tickets either online or at the event itself, which buys a wristband that then gives free admittance to all of the restaurants. Farinas emphasized that this is not one of the kinds of events where people must pay each time they want to sample a new restaurant. Cost for members of the Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce or the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association is $25. Cost for general admission is $35; groups of five or more cost $20 per person; and groups of 20 or more people cost $15 each. Farinas said the mall is an ideal location, especially for the restaurants involved, because it provides extra exposure. They get the exposure of our attendees but also the general public of the mall, Farinas said. We saw great exposure last year. Those who are walking through the mall who may not have known about the event see it going on and want to come and try all the restaurants. So the restaurant participants definitely see that exposure, whether its from someone who bought a ticket or someone from the general public who see their banner as theyre walking by. Likewise, the event benefits the city as a whole, she said, because of providing exposure of some of the many things the city has to offer. Its a chance to expose the public to restaurants they may not have heard of or havent tried yet, getting them to visit them in the future, which in turn helps stimulate the local economy. It is estimated that between 600 and 750 people will participate in the event. Anyone with questions may call Farinas at 461-0011, ext. 229.County lowers some stormwater fees By SUZETTE PORTERCLEARWATER Mobile home park owners, managers and residents still arent happy, even though county staff recalculated surface water fees, bringing some bills down by as much as 200 percent. The group packed the Pinellas County courthouse in Clearwater Sept. 11 and returned in fewer numbers Sept. 23 to plead with commissioners to defer the higher bills until next year. County staff explained that the tax rolls had already been certified, meaning the bills cant be changed; however, adjustments can be made based on credits for reducing a properties impact on the stormwater system. Staff also is adjusting the credit policy to allow for unique characters of mobile home parks and the trailers themselves. When the county implemented its stormwater fees for fiscal year 2013-2014, some bills were inaccurate, including many mobile home parks. Since those bills were issued, county staff has digitized its data, enabling better calculations of impervious surfaces (that water cannot penetrate). When water from rain, sprinklers and other sources hits impervious surfaces it runs off, eventually making its way to stormwater drains, ditches, ponds where it continues into other waterways, then on to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Pollutants contained in the run off affect the work staff is doing to maintain water quality standards set for the federal and state governments. Keeping the water clean is an expensive measure, and standards are getting stricter. The surface water fee provides a dedicated funding source for maintenance and operations of the countys stormwater systems. Still commissioners were concerned when they learned that for some, bills had gone up as much as 340 percent over last year. Kelli Levy, Natural Resources Section manager for the Department of Environment and Infrastructure, explained Sept. 11 that last years bills were incorrect incomplete. This years assessments are more accurate, she said. They include all impervious surfaces roads, swimming pools, sidewalks, patios, shuffleboard courts and other structures. Commissioners asked staff to look at removing roadways inside the park and recalculate the bills. Staff did as commissioners asked and also removed walkways in the park to make assessments in mobile home parks be more in line with those for single-family residences. In some cases, bills went down by half the original assessment. Still, mobile home residents, many seniors on a fixed income are facing rent increases of $8 or more a month as property owners pass on the expense. Staff did a good job, said Todd Pressman, representing a conglomerate of mobile home parks. But theres room for improvement. Pressman and other speakers asked that the county consider additional measures to reduce the fee for those who provide affordable housing. He said it could cost thousands of dollars to provide information required to get surface water credits. He said mobile home parks had unique features, such as pervious surfaces underneath the homes. Levy agreed that mobile home parks could have unique features that might qualify them for credits. They need to demonstrate that, she said. Consumers pay for everything, said Commissioner Susan Latvala. This is no different. It is a property tax. Somebody has to pay. It is the way business operates. She said the question is how to make the surface water fee fair to everyone. We havent seen this today, she added. David Scott, DEI director, said staff had done everything the commission had requested in an attempt to make things fair, but at the same time address the need to capture the full contribution properties are making to the stormwater system. Frank Torres, a resident of Oakcrest Mobile Home Park in Largo, told commissioners that the fee increase was a hardship. Im on Social Security. A lot of these people are on Social Security, he said. He said people considered mobile homes as affordable housing. He said his bill was going up $8.52 a month. Ill have to take one day a week and not eat because I have to pay this extra, he said. Commission Chair Karen Seel brought up a plan she tried to instigate last year, but was foiled by the former county administrator. She wants to set up a we care fund to help people on limited incomes pay their bills. The folks in this room have a problem, Commissioner Ken Welch said. We need to find a solution. He said staff had done some good work, but there is more to be done. He said the majority of properties in the county had not experienced huge spikes in their bills. This is a problem, but it is not big, he said. The commission agreed to assemble a committee to talk about ways to issue credits for surface water measures, such as retention ponds. Meanwhile, residents who have an issue should contact Levys office at 464-8759. Seel pointed out that those who rent mobile homes needed to contact the propertys owner or manager, who needs to apply for credits Screenshot by SUZETTE PORTERKelli Levy, Natural Resources Section manager for the Department of Environment and Infrastructure, explains how surface water fees are calculated at a Sept. 23 meeting.

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Your guide to Shopping, Dining, Entertainment, Medical Services and much More...Publication Date: October 30, 2014 Reservation Deadline: Friday, October 17, 2014 091114 100214 100214 Community calendar Community calendarWomen donated to Redefining RefugeTAMPA Pinellas Countys 100+ Women Who Care donated $7,500 Sept. 26 to Natasha Nascimento with Redefining Refuge, an organization dedicated to fighting for women and children who have been victims of sexual abuse. The organization, based in Tampa, has a prevailing emphasis on the abolition of the domestic sex trafficking of minors. Tampa is ranked fifth in the United States for human trafficking. When representatives from the 100+ Women organization visited Sept. 26, Nascimento shared with that she was abused growing up and decided to leave a successful financial career to help young women who have been abused through human trafficking. She is extremely dedicated in fighting the state to recognize this problem and fund these support houses, explained 100+ Women organizer Julie Webster. For more information about Redefining Refuge, visit www.redefiningrefuge.org. Sarita Lastrapes nominated Redefining Refuge during the last quarterly meeting of 100+ Women Who Care Aug. 26. She also came to present the checks to the charity. During the August meeting, each woman who participated voted for their choice of three charities and then wrote a $100 check directly to the winner of the vote. With 75 participating, the group is getting closer to their goal of 100 members. The two other charities up for consideration were Angels Against Abuse, nominated by Sandy Kearney and Bethanne Harff, and the Christian Outreach Center, nominated by Donna Frazier. The 100+ Women Who Care Pinellas County meet quarterly to make a collective monetary impact on community charities, at Ready for Life, 4000 Gateway Centre Blvd., Suite 200, in Pinellas Park. Each member pledges $100 per meeting, totaling $400 for the year. At each meeting, any member wishing to request donations for a local charity or nonprofit will place her name into a basket. Three names will be drawn, and these three members will have the opportunity to present a five-minute explanation of a local charity of their choice. For information, call Julie Webster at 374-4854, Brenda George at 515-1868 or email 100WWCPinellasCounty@gmail.com. Search for + Women Who Care Pinellas County on Facebook.Widowed people to meetLARGO The New Horizons Club for Widowed People will meet for an annual potluck luncheon Saturday, Oct. 4, noon, at the west clubhouse of the Imperial Palms Rental Apartments, 101 Imperial Palms Drive. Widowed people are always welcomed at the meetings. Bring a covered dish to share, your favorite soft drink, a plate and silverware. The club will provide coffee. There will be trivia and bingo with prizes. For more information and membership, call Dolores Ruskin at 584-0958.AARP Foundation Tax-Aide seeks volunteersThe AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nations largest volunteer-run tax preparation and assistance service. Volunteers are needed to prepare tax returns at local libraries and tax preparation sites. Experience isnt necessary. Well train you on the latest tax preparation forms and software. Youll be helping people in your own community with a much-needed service thats free, individualized and has no strings attached, an AARP press release said. Volunteers willing to commit to at least one four-hour shift per week between Feb. 1 and April 15 should call Dan Trembulak at 242-5603 to learn more about AARP Foundation Tax-Aide. Jolly speaks to Belleair Republican ClubBELLEAIR Rep. Dave Jolly, R-Indian Shores, will speak at the next meeting of The Belleair Womens Republican Club at the Belleair Country Club, 1 County Club Lane, Friday, Oct. 3. Registration is at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is at noon. The cost is $25. For reservations please call Claudia Thomas at 470-9849 or 813-3614345 or email at claudiathomas@tampabay.rr.com. People who expect to attend also can contact Sherrie Morton at sherriemorton@tampabay.rr.com. Pay at the door with a check or cash. The club doesnt accept credit cards.Democratic Club to host MontegaPINELLAS PARK The Greater Pinellas Democratic Club will welcome Patrick Montega, editor of the trilingual newspaper, La Gaceta, as its speaker at their meeting on Thursday, Oct. 9, 6 p.m., at Banquet Masters, 13355 49th St. N. The evening will begin with cocktails and social time at 6 p.m., followed by a buffet dinner for $15 at 6:30 p.m. Montega heads a unique, minority newspaper printed in Ybor City that has existed since his grandfather founded it in 1922. For reservations, call Betty at 360-3971.Suncoast Conchologists to meetCLEARWATER The Suncoast Conchologists will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 7:30 p.m., at Grace Lutheran Church, 1812 N. Highland Ave. The group is currently celebrating 30 years as a Clearwater shell club. Jos H. Leal, science director and curator at the Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum on Sanibel Island, will present a special program. The program is about the deep-sea Bahamas expedition of 1999. His weeklong adventure involved the research submersible Johnson-Sea Link 1, while searching mile-deep locations for Bahaman deep-sea mollusks. Social time will follow the meeting. Anyone interested in shells or shell collecting is welcome to attend. For information, call 796-4117.Volunteer with the ombudsman programThe Florida Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program currently has volunteer opportunities available statewide. Ombudsman volunteers visit with residents of nursing homes and assisted living facilities to ensure they are treated with dignity. Visit ombudsman.myflorida.com, search for Floridas Ombudsman Program on Facebook or call 888-831-0404.Suncoast Center seeks Parent Aide volunteersAdult volunteers are needed to share their life experiences and skills with another parent through a nationally recognized mentoring program. Parent Aide mentors provide friendship, support and advice to parents challenged in raising children in todays society. Parent Aide volunteers receive training, guidance and support from program staff and personal satisfaction by assisting another parent. Use your background to help a parent understand age-appropriate behaviors, effective and consistent discipline techniques, stress reduction tips, information on topics like nutrition and family budgeting, assistance in accessing community resources and much more. Call Colleen Walker program coordinator at 543-0677.

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Viewpoints 13A Leader, October 2, 2014Its candidate debate season. Just about a month out from the election, which this year is Nov. 4, it begins to dawn on people: Oh, theres an election coming up in a month. Wonder whos running, and what they stand for? Civic clubs, special-interest groups and news media are eager to step in to help voters get to know the candidates and whats at stake by offering public debates. At St. Petersburg College, were joining the effort by presenting a candidate debate on Thursday, Oct. 2, at the Seminole campus, 9200 113th St. N. SPCs Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions is partnering with the Tampa Bay Times to engage the candidates for the Pinellas County Commission and state Legislature in a series of debates from 6 to 9 p.m. I hope readers will turn out to get to know those who seek to represent them in county and state government. Television commercials and mailed fliers aside, a live debate is perhaps the best way for voters to get to know the candidates. Besides putting candidates on the record on key issues, these events also test their knowledge of the issues, their ability to articulate a clear position, their skill in thinking on their feet, and a little bit about their personality. As a former journalist, I have been a moderator or panelist for numerous candidate debates over the years. And my experience is, you never know what might happen at these events. I recall one debate by candidates for a county commission seat (in another county) where one candidate showed up with stacks of position papers. Sweating profusely, he referred to the documents for virtually every question, as he obviously knew little about the issues. There was another debate when one of the candidates, after finishing his session, strolled out of the conference room and began pinching cuttings off the philodendrium plants that lined the atrium and stuffing them up his jacket sleeves. 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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 Tarpon Springs Beacon: Kate Feldman kfeldman@TBNweekly.com General Editorial editorial@TBNweekly.comCirculation: L. Shiett Phone: 727-397-5563LETTERSPSTA needs house cleaningEditor: As a result of recent disclosures, it is evident that we cannot trust Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority to manage the $2.2 billion Pinellas Greenlight mass transit system. Pinellas voters will vote on a referendum to raise Pinellas sales tax 1 percent in November. Recently, PSTA was required to re-pay the government $354,000 for misuse of federal funds and more recently, it was discovered that PSTA agreed to pay $180,000 toward cleaning up soil and water contamination at the site of its former St. Petersburg bus depot. Since Pinellas residents are not riding the buses, why should we raise taxes to provide more transportation? Rather than raising Pinellas County taxes to 8 percent, the highest sales tax in the state of Florida, I suggest that PSTA begin housecleaning and start with Brad Miller and Ken Welch. The sooner the better. Chuck Graham Pinellas ParkStop the Greenlight madnessEditor: In the words of a popular television personality: Stop the Madness. Greenlight Pinellas and its accompanying billion-dollar plus fiscally reckless planned light rail is just another taxpayer extortion referendum initiative. The pervasive stick-it-to-the-taxpayer mentality in Pinellas County must cease. As a former frequent PSTA rider, I have observed firsthand the preponderance of empty buses, and read in the newspaper skewed ridership counts (PSTA counts every transfer as a new rider). Also as a previous PSTA rider, I can express firsthand, that its rarely a pleasant experience when subjected to the following: unkempt individuals, riders with offensive body odors, profane language, unsanitary buses, crying babies, late buses, lippy bus drivers. Need I say more? Additionally, even if the referendum passes, and a bus is scheduled every 20 minutes, if new riders are subjected to any of the aforementioned, or feel unsafe (especially women) they will not ride again. Plain and simple. One million a month riding the train (which will not happen) at a hypothetical $3 per fare generates only $36 million per year. Can you say long-term indebtedness? Tony Riggs ClearwaterDo something, anything to improve public transportationEditor: I am a rail buff and public transportation believer. I used public transportation in Boston during high school and college; I have used the public systems in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle. They are a wonderful, welcome relief from the trauma of road gridlock and car costs. I am very skeptical that Greenlight Pinellas will deliver on the promised improvements. The history of the many transportation schemes in Pinellas County does not favor such fulfillment. Some of the unexplained down sides of the light-rail proposal: Right of way acquisition, eminent domain very likely. Not-in-my-backyard opposition to the right-of-way route and the acquisition process. Legal defense costs of the right-of-way, the acquisition process and NIMBY opposition. Right-of-way construction and maintenance costs. Equipment acquisition and maintenance costs. Hiring, training and retaining system operators and maintenance personnel. A fixed plan that can not be rerouted unlike buses, as needs and events evolve. Selling a tax increase to Pinellas County voters, essentially a rob Peter to pay Paul swap. In all the rhetoric about Greenlight Pinellas, the impact of climate change has been studiously avoided. When the light-rail line is under water due to rising sea levels, and Pinellas County is an island with fewer people, all the tax-for-trax will be gone forever. I will not live long enough to witness this event, or the desperate scramble to protect Pinellas County residents from that sea level rise. Having said all that, I will vote for Greenlight Pinellas, because we need to do something, anything, to improve public transportation in Pinellas County and relief from the trauma of road gridlock and car costs. If voters approve Greenlight Pinellas, I will support every effort to improve Pinellas County bus transportation, a much better use of tax dollars, and a far more flexible system to cope with evolving needs and events. Mike McDonald ClearwaterConsider a tax on yacht ownersEditor: There are ongoing decisions being made as to how to pay for the Treasure Island Bridge upkeep. The rumors about a tax increase and a bridge tool have been bantered about. These bridges are aesthetically unique and offer beautiful views of the waterways. Having to wait in long lines just to stop for a toll would be a total detriment to the tourist and residents of Treasure Island. It seems that I get stopped every time I cross over the TI drawbridge to wait for a sailboat to pass. No matter what day of the week or hour of the day, the drawbridge goes up and people wait with their cars running because it is too hot to turn the air conditioning off. I would like our local government to consider a tax or an assessment on yacht owners. It could be a charge for carbon emissions to pay for the bridges. That may sound crazy since yachters generally do not use much gas, but think about the lines of traffic waiting patiently for the one of two yachters, who have the luxury of sailing on a work day. Today, Sept. 9, I counted about 12 cars in the northbound lane and 16-18 cars on the southbound side waiting about 10 minutes while one single sailboat slowly navigated through the channel under the bridge. An idling car can release as much pollution as a moving car. For every 10 minutes your engine is off, youll prevent one pound of carbon dioxide from being released. Carbon dioxide is the primary contributor to global warming. Idling wastes fuel and money. An idling car uses between one-fifth to seven-tenths of a gallon of fuel an hour. Folks in yachts interrupt the flow of traffic merely for recreation purposes. Even without charging them more for their leisurely time fun, is catering to yachters over motorists really a luxury that Florida can afford? By my calculation the bridge opening recently put an unnecessary 29 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Multiply that by hundreds of Florida drawbridges and hundreds of openings a day. Georgia Hallman Treasure Island Most Americans like to be well informed. When a large or small event occurs, we want to know at least the basics of what happened and whats going on. One of the inventions for handling this desire is the press conference. A well-run press conference is a thing of beauty. The other kind can be a bungled, confusing disaster. The norm is for a senior official or a designated spokesperson to stand at a lectern while speaking into a microphone. The news media and the general public gather around and wait. Then, any of several things can happen. Ideally, the man or woman doing the talking will have a basic command of the English language and his/her own tongue and thought processes. The public address system will be working. The spokesperson will give the essential facts of the news event, and then if time allows will take questions. Many press conferences dont happen that way. The P.A. system squeals. Instead of having one person on the stage, the mayor or police chief has assembled eight or 10 department heads to stand behind him or her. No one knows why. These bored, often drowsy folks are usually window dressing, unless the mayor turns to one of them to supply added information. Occasionally, the spokesperson has a lisp or a stuttering problem, which makes it hard for listeners or viewers to understand. He/she fumbles, stumbles and stammers. Even when the speaker is precise, he may waste time with comments such as The thoughts and prayers of all of us go out to the family of Josiah Femstittle, who was injured in the. ... etc. Thats usually about six points shy of the truth, since very few of us actually knew Mr. Femstittle. Our primary thought is, Im just glad I wasnt in the truck when it ran off the bridge. So lets skip the flowery sentiments, shall we? Just give the facts. Other unneeded remarks, at least up front, are the self-serving compliments on how quickly first responders reached the scene of the accident. With rare exceptions, todays police, firefighters and EMS units are on their way to the trouble spot within a few seconds of being notified. So who cares whether the trip took three minutes or six? What counts is that the troops got their ASAP. The stopwatch statistics can wait until tomorrow. At some press conferences, a painful itch will be the news media rep who uses the Q. and A. period to show off with long-winded questions. If any reporter cant phrase his/her query in 50 words or less, he should go into politics, not the news business. An experienced spokesperson can sometimes quash a blowhard by succinctly rephrasing a gassy question, or by saying: We dont have that answer right now. Lets move on. The most effective press conferences are usually scheduled well in advance, so that news media can be notified and an appropriate venue chosen. Today, many organizations hire their own public relations or media specialists to set up press conferences, write news releases and carry out the dozens of other tasks needed to get the organizations message to the waiting world. The best P.R. people have worked as reporters or editors, and therefore know how to help and cope with news media. Unfortunately, many modern news conferences are slapdash affairs thrown together by someone who simply wants to see his face on TV or her name on a printed page. Today, any event may serve as a reason for a press conference, especially if the event involved human suffering. The death of a student athlete in a car crash may bring within 48 hours a front-yard TV interview with grieving family members or friends. The gist of the statements (He was a great guy) is usually unremarkable, but thats true of much of life, and news. I hope youll forgive my somewhat jaundiced view of press conferences. After several decades as a reporter, editor, columnist and P.R. man, I tend to be underwhelmed by todays avalanche of information being peddled as news or other useful information. Much of it is simply not either of these things. A citizens approach to any and all incoming data should be to ask a few pointed questions: Is this stuff possibly or probably true? Even so, do I need it to help me function? Can I check it out later, such as when I retire? Answers to these queries may not be easy to find. But theyre worth a try, and its better than drinking the Kool-Aid or buying into the okey-doke. Bob Driver is a former columnist for the Clearwater Sun. His email address is tralee71@comcast.net.Sit in on interviews with candidates We are proud to offer a forum to our readers. Please type letters to the editor (or print legibly) and include your name, town of residence, phone number and signature and mail to Tampa Bay Newspapers, 9911 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772. Emails should include town of residence and telephone and be sent to tgermond@TBNweekly.com. We will not print the letter writers phone number. Here are some more guidelines for letters: Letters are printed on a first-come, first-served basis. They may be edited to correct grammar, spelling and factual errors. They also may be edited for clarity. Please keep letters to editor to 500 words or less. What do you think? David Klement Drivers SeatBob Driver Press conferences, good and bad The deadline to submit letters to the editor for the Nov. 4 election is Friday, Oct. 10. Tampa Bay Newspapers will print no letters to the editor pertaining to the election after Oct. 17, unless they are in rebuttal to letters printed that week. No letters from candidates will be printed. Letters should not exceed 500 words.Deadline for election lettersthe phone call from the wife of an incumbent county commissioner whom the newspaper had not endorsed for re-election. The lady informed me she intended to sue the newspaper to recover the cost of medical treatment she had required as a result of the newspapers endorsement editorial. Why would a newspaper endorsement require medical treatment, I asked? Because the article made me so angry that I flung the paper across the room and threw my shoulder out of joint. True stories, all. I cant promise anything like this at tomorrow nights debates, but I can promise some interesting, enlightening conversations with the men and women who seek your vote on Nov. 4. And really, dont we owe it to those brave folks who are willing to put themselves out there seeking public office to come out and learn who they are and what they stand for? It takes a great deal of courage and no doubt, self-esteem to stand up and say, I think I can be an effective leader. Pick me. They are, in effect, interviewing for a job representing us, in local government. Dont you want to sit in on the interview? David Klement is executive director of the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions at St. Petersburg College. Thursdays candidate debate begins at 5:30 p.m. with an analysis of the Constitutional Amendments, followed by the candidate debates from 6 to 9 p.m. Television commercials and mailed fliers aside, a live debate is perhaps the best way for voters to get to know the candidates.

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Highland Ave. Behind Car Wash)aristoclip.com727.688.7454Call Susan Mallory 072414 NOW OPENAt Our New Location! 625 Pinellas Street Clearwater Suite C727-442-7333 Open 9am-3pm Monday FridayApply Protective Coatings Which Last 15-20 YearsSilver, Copper & Brass Big & Small Lighting Fixtures Oil Lamps Holloware & Flatware Repair, Refurbish & Rewire Lamps & Chandeliers 35 Years Same Name Same Location Silver Gold Copper Brass & PewterRobert Alex Silversmiths072414Clean, Polish, Repair, Restore to Original Beauty 031314 LARGO The Pinellas Genealogy Society and Largo Public Library are offering Family History Assistance Day on Saturday, Oct. 11, noon to 4 p.m., in the Jenkins Room of the library, 120 Central Park Drive. Bring your family information and receive free, one-on-one research assistance from a genealogy consultant. Beginners are especially encouraged to attend and experience the process of tracing their genealogical history. No appointment is necessary; first come, first served. Tours of the librarys Genealogy Center and classes will be offered. For questions about this Pinellas Genealogy Society event, call Bob Bryan at 595-4521 or send email to Bbryan84@gmail.com. The following is a list of other genealogy classes scheduled for October: Genealogical Proof Monday, Oct. 6, 10 a.m. Learn how to evaluate collected evidence. England & Wales Genealogy Wednesday, Oct. 8, 10 to 4 p.m. A morning lecture will be followed by an afternoon workshop with individual assistance. Genealogy Software Utilities, Part 2, Monday, Oct. 13, 6 p.m. Computers in Genealogy Saturday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. Pinellas by the Decades Saturday, Oct. 18, 11 a.m., presented by the Pinellas Historical Society. Newspapers in Genealogy Monday, Oct. 20, 6 p.m. Naturalization Records, Tuesday, Oct. 21, 6 p.m. Ancestry.com, Wednesday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. Courthouse Records Monday, Oct. 27, 6 p.m. Homestead Act, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 10 a.m. Brick Walls Wednesday, Oct. 29, 10 a.m. Ideas and suggestions for overcoming dead-ends.My favorite genealogy websitesI know there is a great danger in writing an article that exposes my favorite websites for genealogy research. The danger, of course, is that we all have our own favorites, and mine wont necessarily agree with yours. I could be accused of poor judgment due to leaving one out of my list that is on the top of yours. But I will weather that storm regardless, and subject you to my list in hopes that if not the sites themselves, my rationale for including them will open some eyes to the possibilities and open some minds to change. The sites I will discuss will be known to most of you if you have been doing genealogy research for a while, but a couple may be new. I realize also that favorite websites can change status based on the particular research trail you are on at the time. I have tried to overcome that pitfall by looking at sites that have a broad and universal appeal. First on my list is Ancestry.com. Everyone must at least be familiar with the name because of the commercials they have on TV. Lets face it, it is one the largest (if not the largest) research website out there. And because of agreements with other sites it is growing in size and usefulness daily, and its reach is international. So its size and reach are two reasons it is on my list, but another reason is its accessibility. Nearly every public library you can think of today subscribes to Ancestry and provides free access to it for its patrons. You have to be at a library to use it, but that is a small inconvenience for the service you get. And, as a side note, if you take the time to look around a bit while at the library, you may find other great genealogy resources just waiting to be used. The next website on my list is Fold3.com. It is a subscription site as is Ancestry (in fact Ancestry owns it), but its content is rather unique, and we here in Pinellas County have a wonderful opportunity to get free use of it. Fold3 specializes in military records and documents. So you can find complete rolls, rosters, compiled service records, and pension application files on your Revolutionary War Ancestors. And you can find many of those same records for wars since then (War of 1812, Civil War, Mexican War, Spanish American War, etc.). The actual availability of records differs for each war, but Fold3 is unique in the breadth and depth of what it offers. The icing on the cake is that the Largo Pubic Library has recently subscribed to the site so you have free access to it from the library or from your home computer so long as you access it through the Largo Library website and, with few exceptions, have a library card from a Pinellas County library. OK, those are the only fee sites on my list. My third site is FamilySearch.org, and it is free access. As most of you may know, the Mormon Church sponsors the site, but everyone can reap the benefit of the genealogy information available on it. The church has been providing access to ancestral records since 1938, and now they have heaps of files available online. They recently announced they passed one billion digital images consisting of multiple billions of records, 3.2 billion of which have been indexed for searching. Their aggressive plan to add to the online digital collection results in around 500,000 new digital images a day. In fact, Ancestry and Family Search have entered into mutual support agreements to bring that data online quickly using their combined resources with us essentially being the beneficiaries. My fourth site also is free, FindAGrave.com. Ancestry bought Find A Grave not too long ago, but it was one of my favorite sites even before that. It is completely volunteer supported and boasts over 100 million grave records. A record is a page recounting a tombstone inscription, family information, obituaries, and possibly more. Remember, it is volunteer supported so there is no hard rule about what information beyond the basics will be recorded. It is easy to become immersed in the site by searching for one ancestor, and finding on his or her memorial page hot links to the memorial pages of parents, spouses, and children. My guess is that many of you are familiar with the sites Ive included so far because they are so popular. In a recent study GenealogyInTime Magazine listed Ancestry, Find A Grave, and Family Search as the first, second, and third most visited genealogy websites respectively. Fold3 was number twenty. The last two choices are not as well known. My fifth site is the U.S. Government Bureau of Land Management at www.blm.gov/wo/st/en.html. If you have an ancestor who acquired land from the U.S. government, then the document (called a land patent) that transferred that land from public to private ownership will be online at the BLM. That document is called a land patent and the BLM has millions of them digitized and searchable. I include this site because land records are so pervasive in our history. Legislation dealing with military bounty land, homesteading, cash entries, etc., have affected millions of Americans over the years, and especially from about the mid 1800s through the early 1900s. I like this site also because it is one that, if your search is successful, encourages you to go to the National Archives website to get further original land transfer documentation. My last site is one managed by genealogist Joe Beine: www.germanroots.com/databases.html. Joe constantly updates several lists of sites that you can use in your research. So there is no direct data here, but instead it offers places you can go to find data. Although the site contains germanroots in Genealogy exposedPeter Summers Start researching your genealogy at the librarythe title, do not be deceived. The references he points you to go well beyond what is implied. His lists include online searchable death indexes, birth and marriage records, ship passenger lists, census records, county histories, historical newspapers, African-American records, Native American records, military records, and more. Joe is very conscientious about keeping his lists updated, so dead links are kept to a minimum Before I close this column, I should mention some classes available from the Pinellas Genealogy Society that relate to some of the sites Ive listed. After all, some of the sites are large and intricate and having a class to disclose hints and tips about using them can save you a lot of time. We have classes directly aimed at getting the most out of Ancestry, Fold3, and Family Search. We also have a class on property records, and another on the Homestead Act that include insights to using the BLM site. And for those of you who like to get off the beaten track a bit, we have a periodic class called Internet Explorations where we explore some of the smaller and more obscure sites that dont get the attention that Ancestry and FamilySearch do. Check the PGS class list below, or at www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~flpgs/index.htm for the list of upcoming classes. So there you have it my list. I know that there are many useful sites I have not included, and I appreciate the fact that your list may not be the same as mine, but I hope you see why, due to content or access, I chose the ones I did. I also hope that you have been motivated to visit and use these sites, whether you are an experienced researcher or are new to the study of your family history. 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. Faith briefsChurch hosts Blessing of the PetsLARGO The third annual Blessing of the Pets will be held Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m., at St. Dunstans Anglican Church, 2790 Sunny Breeze Ave. The community is invited to attend this event. All warm-blooded animals are welcome and will receive an individual blessing. It is a tradition in the Anglican Church to celebrate the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi by blessing the animals. Visit www.stdunstansanglican.org.Center to offer workshopsPINELLAS PARK The Center for Spiritual Development at Good Samaritan Church, 6085 Park Blvd., will host two workshops in October, which are open to the public at no cost. The first, Revelations, will be presented Mondays, Oct. 6-27, 7 to 8 p.m. Elaine Pagels, professor of religion at Princeton University, will present a profound exploration of the Bibles strangest and most controversial book. Attendees will view a portion of her lecture on DVD each week followed by open discussion. The center also will offer The Gospel of Philip on Thursdays, Oct. 2-23, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Rafael Catala will lead a study of this Gnostic writing found in the Nag Hammadi Library. These are some unusual stories and sayings of Jesus including a mention of his three female companions, each named Mary. For information, call 544-8558 or visit www.goodsam-church.org.Relationship workshop setCLEARWATER Kalen Hammann will present a workshop Monday, Oct. 13, 7 to 8:30 p.m., at Peace Cottage, Unity Church, 2465 Nursery Road. The workshop, When to Close Your Mouth and Open Your Arms, will focus on relationship challenges such as what to do when a conversation goes off the rails, how to handle negative emotion and how to get the good feeling back. As a relating coach and certified divorce coach, Hammann works to help couples clarify positive choices in deciding a future together or apart. Executive trainer and consultant, psychotherapist and former faculty member at Tufts University and Boston University, Hammann earned his Ph.D. in social psychology at the University of Michigan. The cost of the workshop is $15 but individuals can bring a friend or partner for free. To schedule a free Next Steps consultation, visit www.KalenHammann.com.Church to host Blessing of PetsSEMINOLE The fifth annual Blessing of Pets will be presented Saturday, Oct. 4, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Lake Seminole Presbyterian Church, 8505 113th St.. Every pet will be blessed individually by name and the owner will receive a certificate. So many Seminole residents brought their pets last year that it took Pastor Bob Wierenga two hours to bless them all. Faith Community Church to host flea marketSEMINOLE Faith Community Church, at 11501 Walker Ave. N., will host its annual Super Flea Market Wednesday through Saturday, Oct. 15-18. The event will kick off with a preview night on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. Hours will be Thursday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon. All money raised goes back to the community and to mission projects. For information, call 391-0596.Church hosts Movies on the LawnLARGO Despicable Me 2 will be shown Friday, Oct. 24, on the lawn at Gulf Coast Church, 13301 Walsingham Road. The film will begin at dusk approximately 7 p.m. The movie is free and free popcorn will be available. Concession items also will be available. Attendees may bring lawn chairs and blankets. Call 595-2034.

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Schools 15A Leader, October 2, 2014 100214 032014 Oakhurst Medical & East Bay MedicalWelcomes Sharon Lee Witt, D.O.Board certified in Family MedicineOakhurst 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. Dr. Witt is accepting New Patients at Both LocationsOur Mission is Keeping You Healthy 091114 Our providers and staff remain committed to maintaining the standards and traditions of excellence our patients expect and deserve.ive 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.FF2 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. Sharon Lee Witt, D.O. Betsy Parker, A.R.N.P Gail Quail MSN, A.R.N.P.C. John Jarboe A.R.N.P. Marianne Fisher CEOFAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINEFAMILY PRACTICE &INTERNAL MEDICINE100114 Female Nurse Practitioners Same Day Appointments If Available CONVENIENT ON-SITE SERVICES Blood Draws X-Rays Casting of Simple Fractures EKGs & Stress Tests Skin Lesion Removal 100214 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 DrMonast.com Board Certified in Foot and Ankle Surgery Diplomate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgeons F.D.A. 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There are several ways parents can instill good learning habits with their children: Make sure they do homework before playtime, television or video games. Talk with them about their schoolwork and ask if they need additional help. Make sure children are reading or that you read to them regularly. Ensure that children get enough sleep on school nights. There is also a wealth of opportunities to make a difference in students lives within our district. Nearly all of PCS schools have independent organizations involving parents and teachers. Most popular, the Parent Teacher Association or PTA addresses issues that are important to parents and school administrators, such as funding, teachers and capabilities for schools to thrive. Organizations comparable to the PTA are typically open to anyone who wants to be involved, require nominal membership dues and support the education, health and welfare of children. School Advisory Councils are another great way to get involved in our school district. Each school has a SAC with representation from various segments of the community, from parents and teachers to area business professionals and community leaders. The purpose of SAC is to assist the school in the preparation and evaluation of the school improvement plan and to assist the principal with the annual school budget. If you are interested in participating in an organization such as PTA or SAC, contact a PCS school for more information. We know family engagement has a positive and longstanding impact on student achievement and the future success of students. There are numerous opportunities for individuals to become involved with our district Michael Grego A schools centennial big meaning to mom, her kidsFor the past few years, Ive been wondering just how common it is to have your kids go to the same elementary school you went to when you were a kid. I never attended any of my parents schools, not even their college, which seems to be a little more popular these days. But both of my girls go to the same elementary school I went to when I was younger. When my oldest daughter started kindergarten at the school, one of the teachers I had in fifth grade was still teaching. When I went to say hello, she teased me and said she was retiring because I made her feel old since my kids were now going to school there. She actually did retire the following year, so now there arent any of the teachers that were there when I was. My older daughter does have one of the teachers both my two sisters had when they went to school, which is pretty cool. The school I am talking about is Seminole Elementary School. If you live in Pinellas County, you probably know someone who has gone to school or worked there. Next year, the school will be 100 years old, so thousands of students have walked its halls. The oldest part of the school, which was built in 1915, is the building located off of Park Boulevard. When I went to school there, that particular building was the cafeteria. Today, the building is referred to as the centennial building and is used for the RClub, an afterschool program. I always laugh when I tell my youngest daughter a date in 19-something, like my birthday or when I graduated from high school, she says to me, You mean back in the 19s? I guess when you are born in the 2000s, that was a long time ago. It seems like yesterday when I went to Seminole Elementary. I can remember how it was set up and where all the classrooms were. Today, the students have art in what was once the office. The office today is one of the newer buildings on campus, at the opposite end of where the office was when I was there. Even with all the changes, my oldest daughter is in the same fifthgrade classroom I was in when I was there. Whats exciting is she will be graduating from the school the year of the centennial celebration. I somehow ended up on the centennial celebration planning committee, which is something I enjoy helping out with given my history with the school. We have a date for the event, which will be held on the schools campus, on Saturday, May 2, 2015. The community is invited to attend the event. We want to reach out to prior students, teachers and administrators who were at Seminole Elementary. We plan on having the entertainment made up of prior students. We are looking for food vendors and sponsors for our event. If you want more information, you can email the planning committee at SeminoleES100@gmail.com or look on Facebook for Seminole Elementary School Centennial Celebration to get updates on the big days events. If youre interested in helping plan the event, meetings are held first Mondays, 3:15 p.m., at Seminole Elementary School, 10950 74th Ave. N., Seminole. Since I started to help plan for the centennial celebration, I am finding that more and more people in the community have gone to Seminole Elementary School. But I havent run into too many generations of families attending there. Kadi Hendricks Tubbs, mother of two girls, lives in Seminole. Visit her blog at Mom2MomFamilyFun.blogspot.com. Mom 2 MomKadi Hendricks Tubbsas a volunteer, mentor and tutor. All PCS volunteers undergo a background check as part of the registration process. Once processed, our schools offer orientation and training for volunteers. At your selected school, you can decide what activity you would like to volunteer for, as well as when you would like to volunteer to meet your schedule. Another way for families to take part in their childrens education is through our Parent Academy, Preparing Parents to Advocate for Their Children & Community or P2ACC. Throughout the year, free Parent Academy workshops are held and focus on three primary areas: academic success, parenting and advocacy, and personal and individual growth. This October, join us for our Mentor Recruitment Fair. The event will be a one-stop-shop for those who are interested in volunteering in our district to obtain a background check, attend a mentor workshop and be matched with a student at the school of their choice. For more information about the Mentor Recruitment Fair, volunteer opportunities and Parent Academies, visit www.pcsb.org/volunteers. Michael Grego is superintendent of Pinellas County Schools. Climate summit setST. PETERSBURG Scientists, policy makers and business leaders will converge for the Climate Science and Solutions Summit on Monday, Oct. 6, 1:30 to 5 p.m., at Fox Hall at Eckerd College, 4200 54th Ave. S. This summit is a result of the meeting that five scientists had with Gov. Rick Scott in August. 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Fishing tournament raises funds16A Sports Leader, October 2, 2014 Obituaries Elaine Marie (Stuart) MATTINGLY75, of Clearwater, Fla., passed away on September 17, 2014. A Memorial service will be held on Thursday, October 16th at 10:00 a.m. at Moss Feaster Funeral Home, 1320 Main Street, Dunedin. Interment will follow at Bay Pines VA Cemetery at 2:15 p.m. In lieu of owers, donations can be made to Suncoast Hospice. www.mossfeasterdunedin.com. Dr. Kathleen (KC) CASTEEL Dr. Kathleen (KC) Casteel, 61, of Madeira Beach, Fla. passed away on Monday, September 15, 2014. KC was born on October 10, 1952 in Fukuoka, Japan to Cheiko and the late Buford Kenneth Casteel. KC earned her bachelors degree at Middle Tennessee State University, her masters at DePaul University and her doctorate at National Chiropractic College in Lombard, Ill. She began her career as a medical technologist in Tennessee. Following this, she then went on to become Director of Strategy Development at Baxter Travenol in Illinois. At this time, KC decided to change her healthcare path and pursue a doctorate of chiropractic, which truly was her passion. She graduated from National Chiropractic College in Lombard, after which she opened a multi-doctor chiropractic clinic in Woodstock, Ill., where she practiced for 20 years. She retired and moved to Florida, where she passionately pursued learning the game of tennis. She went from basic instruction to competing at a national level in mixed doubles. KC wanted to be remembered for her love of life. Never wanting the traditional funeral, last year, she threw a Celebration of Life party for many of her friends. KC leaves behind her life partner of 24 years, Sally Marshall, of Madeira Beach, and her two favorite pups, Ted & Alli. In lieu of owers, contributions may be sent to: KCs Kamp for Kids, c/o BB&T Bank, 360 Central Ave., Suite 150, St. Petersburg, FL 33701, Attn: Kitsana. For the benet of kids, who otherwise would not be able to enjoy the great game of tennis! Chu rch and Temple Di rectoryTell the Public About Your Services Call 397-5563L St. Catherine of SienaCatholic Church 1955 S. Belcher Road ClearwaterParish Administration Ofce 727-531-7721 www.SCOSParish.orgDAILY MASS: Monday Friday 7:00 am Monday & Wednesday 12:10pm Saturday 8:00 am 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) CONFESSION SCHEDULE: Monday & Wednesday 11:40 am Noon Saturday 3:00 pm 3:50 pm 040314 Aging with Dignity WorkshopOctober 22, 2014 4pm Limited SeatingCall Gail Clary to Reserve @ 397-5571100214 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 092514 (800) 360-6439 100214 100214 Whats Sellingin Pinellas County Very nice house located one block from St. Patrick Church. Updates include newer tile, roof, windows, doors, newer A/C, and garage opener.Darrell BiggsRealty Executives Adamo Associates 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths Largo Redington Shores Seminole $160,000 SOLD Elegant home awaits in the exclusive enclave of Redington Shores Yacht and Tennis Club. Gourmet kitchen with natural gas appliances, granite counter tops, a butlers pantry and more. Just across the street from the beautiful white sands of the Gulf Beaches.Karl MoellerCoastal Properties Group 5 Bedrooms 4 Baths $815,000 SOLD Oakhurst Shores charmer! Features fully remodeled kitchen with granite, formal dining room, and mature landscaping in front and back. Spacious floor plan allows for easy entertaining. Large living room and cozy family room with fireplace. Generous screened in patio and pool area.Sandy HartmannRealty Executives Adamo Associates 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath 2 CG $285,000 SOLD Largo Comfortable 1,415 Sq. Ft. home with 190 Sq. Ft. Florida room. Desirable floor plan home includes updated kitchen and baths. Oversized garage, utility shed, spacious deck and play area in backyard. Pleasant neighborhood with a lake/park just around the corner.Caroleanne VoracRealty Executives Adamo Associates 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths 2 CG $198,000 SOLD100214 Thousands enjoy weekend of speedy boatsCLEARWATER Thousands of spectators lined Clearwater Beach, both on shore and in boats on the water, to watch the Clearwater Super Boat National Championship on Sunday, Sept. 28, after a weekend full of other fun and entertainment. With the top boats reaching over 100 miles per hour, these arent your typical boat races. The following is a list of the results: Superboat Unlimited Class: Miss Geico took first, reaching top speeds of 104.3 miles per hour, and averaging 98.96 miles per hour. The boat completed the 68-mile course in 41 minutes, 14 seconds. Lucas Oil Silverhook took second place by mere seconds, sliding in just behind Miss Geico at 41 minutes 21 seconds. Its top speed per lap was 91.1 miles per hour and averaged 87.06 miles per hour. Superboat Extreme Class: Hooters Instigator easily won first in this race, completing the 40mile course in 27 minutes and 39 seconds with an average speed of 86.8 miles per hour. Twisted Metal Motorsports came in second, only completing 24 miles at an average of 73.34 miles per hour. Superboat Class: Stihl came in first with a top speed of 103.6-mile-per-hour lap and averaging 103.09 miles per hour. The driver completed the 76-mile course in 44 minutes and 14 seconds. Broadco came in second, with a top lap speed of 104.3 miles per hour and average speed of 102.09 miles per hour, finishing in 44 minutes and 40 seconds. Racing for Cancer came in third, with an average speed of 98.1 miles per hour and a top speed of a 100.7 mile-per-hour lap. This driver completed the race in 46 minutes and 29 seconds. The last three boats did not complete the full course. Cleveland Construction completed 72 miles with an average speed of 95.65 miles per hour and a top speed of 97.9 miles per hour. Spirit of Quatar and Warpaint each only completed the first 4-mile lap, with Warpaint going an average of 110 miles per hour and Warpaint going an average of 86.2 miles per hour. Superboat Vee Class: The boat, Absolutely Not, took first in the 52-mile race, with a top speed of 75 miles per hour and averaging 69.82 miles per hour. The driver completed the course in 44 minutes and 41 seconds. Sun Print came in second, just completing 36 miles with a top lap speed of 75.7 miles per hour and an average of 68.54 miles per hour. Superboat Stock Class: The Hulk Redline Oil took first, averaging 87.15 miles per hour and getting a top speed lap of 91.1 miles per hour in the 52-mile race. The driver completed the race in 35 minutes and 48 seconds, more than a minute ahead of second place. In second was SOS Venezuela, finishing in 36 minutes and 56 seconds. The top speed was 86.7, and the average speed was 84.48 miles per hour. Turtle Cove Marina came in third, being the last boat to complete the full race, sliding in at 37 minutes and 32 seconds. The boat averaged 83.13 miles per hour, with the top speed being 84.7 miles per hour. Steve Quick Jewelers and Papas Pilar came in fourth and fifth, respectively. Steve Quick Jewelers completed 48 miles with an average speed of 74.81 miles per hour and a top speed of 82.2 miles per hour. Papas Pilar averaged 63.77 miles per hour and had a top speed of 70.5 miles per hour. Manufacturer Prod P3 Class: Black Pearl placed first, with an average speed of 82.29 miles per hour and a top speed of 84.2 miles per hour. The driver finished the 48-mile race in 35 minutes. Team Kilt took second, completing the race in 35 minutes and 58 Photo by WAYNE CATHELHigh performance racing fans got a front row seat Sept. 28 to see Miss Geico win her class in the Clearwater Super Boat National Championship on Clearwater Beach.seconds at an average speed of 80.07 miles per hour. The top speed was 82.2 miles per hour. Second Amendment took third, only completing 16 miles at an average speed of 84.33 miles per hour, with a top speed of 85.7 miles per hour. Manufacturer Prod P4 Class: Two Cruel placed first, completing the 48 miles in 40 minutes and 35 seconds, averaging 70.97 miles per hour and a top speed of 71.6 miles per hour. Jeffs Phantom was second at 40 minutes and 48 seconds, an average speed of 70.59 miles per hour and a top speed of 72.7 miles per hour. Rum Runners took third, at 41 minutes and 9 seconds, an average speed of 69.99 miles per hour and a top speed of 71.6 miles per hour. Knot Krazy took fourth, at 42 minutes and 4 seconds, an average speed of 68.46 miles per hour and a top speed of 69.9 miles per hour. Christies Photographies was fifth at 42 minutes 34 seconds, an average speed of 67.66 miles per hour and a top speed of 68.5 miles per hour. The third annual Fireman John Memorial Fishing Tournament Sept. 13 raised $2,400 to benefit All Childrens Hospital in support of Florida Safe Pools, providing swimming lessons and life jackets for children with special needs. The tournament included 71 anglers and many sponsors. We had a wonderful turnout and a great family, fun time, reported Iris Merryweather, event organizer. The event is named in honor of retired Pinellas Park firefighter John Litz or Fireman John, who was an avid fisherman. In September 2011, while fishing with a friend, Litz was thrown from the boat and drowned. He was not wearing a life jacket. For more information, visit the events Facebook page by searching FiremanJohn FishingTournament. Photo courtesy of FIREMAN JOHN FISHING TOURNAMENTTony Lai, winner of a 12-foot Kaku Kayak poses with his daughter Aliyah, first-place winner of trash fish division.Gardens host Discovery ToursLARGO Discovery Tours will be offered at the Florida Botanical Gardens, 12520 Ulmerton Road. Visitors can experience the beauty of the Florida Botanical Gardens on a guided tour. Tours begin at 9 a.m. and last around two and a half to three hours. Tours are limited to four to 10 people. A variety of dates are available. To reserve a spot or to learn more, call 582-2581 or email to events@flbg.org. Visit www.flbg.org.Vegetable, herb and tropical tours setLARGO Vegetable, herb and tropical tours will be offered Thursdays, Oct. 2 and 23, 9 to 11 a.m., at Florida Botanical Gardens, 12520 Ulmerton Road. Participants will explore the vegetable garden and compost demonstration areas in the Florida Botanical Gardens and learn about growing their own food. Tours are limited to groups of four to 16 people and recommended for adults only. Tours are free but registration is required. Call 582-2100. Visit tinyurl.com/k78n7vq. Read about upcoming community and entertainment events throughout Pinellas County by visiting www.TBNweekly.com. Look for links to the online calendars in the left column.

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Sports 17A Leader, October 2, 2014 Voted 2013 Kiwanis Club Pawfest Vet Of The Year House Calls Available Pet Pickup & Delivery ServiceANIMAL HOSPITALof Largo13902 Walsingham Road Largo727-595-2287 AHLargo.com Michael Banull, DVM Stephanie Jourdenais, DVM AAHA Accredited Laser Surgery & Therapy Laser Center Senior Discount EVERYDAY!Teacher Sheriff Military Discounts AvailableLOW COST VACCINATIONEvery Thursday 8am-NoonFREE RABIES VACCINATIONWith Doctor Exam New Clients Only 080714 100214 100214 060514Home & Hotel Airport Ride24 Hr Service 1-800-Blue VanYOUR PRIVATE RIDETo or From the Airport.Private Charters and VIP Transfers.Visit ExecuCar.com or call 1-800-410-4444$5 OFFwhen booking online use discount code: K7FYJ Largo makes a comeback to win against Lakewood Photos by JIM LAYFIELDAbove, Largos Jonathon Crawford (9) comes down with an interception on the 1-yard line, stalling a drive by Lakewood, in the home game Sept. 27. Bottom right, Largo quarterback Donavan Hale runs for a first down. With 30 seconds left in the game, Hale passed 10 yards to Crawford for a touchdown and a 32-27 Largo victory. The Packers, now 3-2, return to play Oct. 2 at Osceola. Top right, Largo defensive lineman Javaris Sanders sacks Lakewood quarterback Ryan Davis. Recent rains have the fish bitingDespite continuous rains, fishing especially inshore remains very good throughout the entire region. Redfish, flounder and snook are all feeding well with the cooler water temperatures that are largely due to all the recent rains. Baitfish are thick along the beaches and passes and with the good tides brought on by the new moon, live bait fishing doesnt get a whole lot better. Early morning low tides have the fish staged off the edges of the grass flats, creating the perfect setup for locating a school of hungry redfish. Find the activity and youll most likely find some fish. Dipping terns or diving pelicans are always a welcome sight when working an edge, but it still comes back to the mullet. If there arent any mullet working along the drop-off chances are there wont be many redfish around. Flounder are a welcome by-catch when hunting down the redfish. Flounder love the patchy bottom found along the deep side of the edge. At times, especially when the current is strong, adding a small split shot just above the hook will allow for your bait to not only get to the bottom where the flounder are holding, but will slow your drift enough for the redfish to pick it up. Near shore action has been really good this past week. Tarpon, cobia, Spanish mackerel and flounder are feeding on the masses of bait all along the beach. Targeting rubble piles, jetties and natural hard bottom will provide non-stop action when using live bait. Tarpon can be seen crashing through bait balls the first half of the day, freelining pinfish or small ladyfish through the bait will give you a chance for a hook-up. With all the bait around it would be a good idea to keep a fresh chum block out when mackerel fishing in an attempt to lure a migrating cobia behind the boat, there have been plenty around. 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 Wallerstein

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Compiled by LEE CLARK ZUMPEA number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:AnnabelleGenre: Horror and thriller Cast: Annabelle Wallis and Ward Horton Director: John Leonetti Rated: R New Line Cinemas supernatural thriller Annabelle begins before the evil was unleashed. John Form has found the perfect gift for his expectant wife, Mia a beautiful, rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. But Mias delight with Annabelle doesnt last long. On one horrific night, members of a satanic cult, who violently attack the couple, invade their home. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now ... Annabelle.Gone GirlGenre: Drama and thriller Cast: Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Tyler Perry, Kim Dickens, Patrick Fugit, Carrie Coon and David Clennon Director: David Fincher Rated: R From the tour de force thriller that became a bestselling must-read comes David Finchers screen version of Gone Girl, a wild ride through our modern media culture and down into the deep, dark fault lines of an American marriage in all its unreliable promises, inescapable deceits and pitch-black comedy. The couple at the center of the story former New York writer Nick Dunne and his formerly cool girl wife Amy, now trying to make ends meet in the mid-recession Midwest have all the sinuous outer contours of contemporary marital bliss. But on the occasion of their fifth wedding anniversary, Amy goes missing and those contours crack into a maze of fissures. Nick becomes the prime suspect, shrouded in a fog of suspicious behavior. Amy becomes the vaunted object of a media frenzy as the search for her, dead or alive, plays out before the eyes of a world thirsting for revelations. Opening this weekendNew Line Cinemas horror Annabelle to open; Affleck stars in Gone Girl Photo by ED ARAQUEL/EGOLI TOSSELL FILMJean Reno, left, and Simon Pegg star in Relativity Medias Hector and the Search for Happiness. Just as Nick and Amy personified the quintessential romantic match, Amys disappearance has all the markings of an emblematic domestic American crime. But her vanishing becomes a kind of hall of mirrors in which tantalizing and savage secrets lead to tantalizing and savage secrets.Hector and the Search for HappinessGenre: Comedy and drama Cast: Simon Pegg, Christopher Plummer, Rosamund Pike, StellanPhoto by MERRICK MORTON/TWENTIETH CENTURY FOXNick (Ben Affleck) and Amy (Rosamund Pike) have a memorable date in Gone Girl. 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Attendees will be invited to take a step back in time to the carefree attitude and feeling of the Woodstock Music Festival as this six-piece class act pays tribute to the memorable performances of Santana, Janis Joplin, Crosby Stills & Nash, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix and many more. Peter Frampton, Friday, Oct. 3, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. On tour in support of his latest album release Hummingbird in a Box, legendary musician and Grammy winner Peter Frampton returns to Ruth Eckerd Hall Oct. 3. The Cincinnati Ballet featuring seven original guitar pieces in Framptons virtuosic stylings inspired the new music. Frampton composed all songs on the mini-album along with Gordon Kennedy, who also co-produced the recording. The two previously teamed up for Fingerprints, which garnered them both a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album. The music debuted in April 2013 at Cincinnatis Aronoff Center for the Arts. Two of the Cincinnati Ballets spring productions segments were choreographed to existing Frampton music with Frampton and his band performing live while a third section featured the new composition by Frampton and Kennedy. Frampton remains one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history. At 16, he was lead singer and guitarist for the British band the Herd. At 18, he co-founded one of the first super groups, seminal rock act Humble Pie. His session work includes collaborations with such legendary artists as George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ringo Starr, John Entwistle and many others. His fifth solo album, the electrifying Frampton Comes Alive!, is one of the top-selling live records of all time. Proof, by David Auburn, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4, 8 to 10 p.m., at SAFI Theater Space, 1714 County Road 1, Suite 2, Dunedin. Cost is $15. Call 813-922-8778 or visit gypsystage.com. On the eve of her 25th birthday, Catherine, a troubled young woman, has spent years caring for her brilliant but unstable father, a famous mathematician. Now, following his death, she must deal with her own volatile emotions; the arrival of her estranged sister, Claire; and the attentions of Hal, a former student of her fathers who hopes to find valuable work in the 103 notebooks that her father left behind. Over the long weekend that follows, a burgeoning romance and the discovery of a mysterious notebook draw Catherine into the most difficult problem of all: How much of her fathers madness or genius will she inherit? Kevin James Saturday, Oct. 4, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $46.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. James comedian, actor, writer and producer will perform at Ruth Eckerd Hall for one night only. Widely known for playing Doug Heffernan on the hit CBS-TV sitcom The King of Queens, James is also known for his lead roles in the comedy films I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, Grown Ups, Zookeeper and Here Comes The Boom. In 2001, James did his first stand-up comedy special Kevin James: Sweat the Small Stuff and hes listed at No. 89 on Comedy Centrals list of 100 Great Stand-Up Comedians. Harbor Sounds Music Festival Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., in downtown Safety Harbor. The festival will feature three stages, arts and crafts vendors and food vendors. As part of this years festival, Ruff, Ride and Roll for Heroes car show will cruise into the city hall parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The group raises funds for Canine Companions for Independence, a Wounded Veterans Initiative. Sponsored by the Safety Harbor Chamber of Commerce, admission to the festival is free. For information, call 726-2890. 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Subject to applicable law, a $2.00 monthly fee will be assessed against card balance 7 months after card issuance and e ach month thereafter. Additional limitations apply. Ask participating dealer for details and rebate form. Hunter Douglas. All rights reserved. All trademarks used herein are the property of Hunter Douglas. 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.Crossword SudokuSudoku answers from last weekCrossword answers from last week Across 0 1. Sec 0 5. Chesterfield, e.g. 0 9. Motorcyclist 14. Eye 15. Bothers 16. Root used as soap 17. Hip bones 18. Boor 19. Comics sound 20. UK province (2 wds) 23. Closely related Bantu languages 24. Go on and on 25. Swelling 28. Bust 32. Big laugh 35. Catcher's gear 37. Novi Sad residents 38. State lacking sensory awareness 41. Brouhaha 42. A long, long time 43. Hit the bottle 44. Immediately after this 46. African antelope 48. Putdowns 50. Character 54. Conferring full authority 59. Fix firmly 60. Zero, on a court 61. Arab League member 62. Native of Emerald Isle 63. Again 64. Alliance acronym 65. Soda fountain favorites 66. Cost of living? 67. Coaster Down 0 1. Puts together 0 2. Block house? 0 3. Bat an eye? 0 4. Enrich by taking advantage of one's position (3 wds) 0 5. Ad headline 0 6. Aroma 0 7. Item laid at new building's ceremony (2 wds) 0 8. Buzzing 0 9. Selfish lack of human decency 10. Execution of a plan (pl.) 11. ___ nut 12. Brio 13. Abbr. after many a general's name 21. Coal carrier 22. Pistol, slangily 26. Dash lengths 27. Cheese nibblers 29. Sundae topper, perhaps 30. Cookbook abbr. 31. "___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto) 32. Charge 33. "___ bitten, twice shy" 34. Maple genus 36. Theater award 39. Artifacts from the Stone Age 40. Cable network 45. 40 winks 47. Affranchise 49. Back biter 51. Middle Eastern porter 52. Be bombastic 53. Church assembly 54. Strait-laced 55. 100 kurus 56. Axis of ___ 57. 20-20, e.g. 58. Colorful salamanderHoroscopesOctober 2, 2014CapricornDecember 22 January 19Come on, Capricorn. The obstacles are not as insurmountable as you think. Dig deep, and you will succeed. Changes are brewing at work. Dont fight them.AquariusJanuary 20 February 18Doing more than your fair share of the work, Aquarius? Perhaps its time you got help outside of the family. Just make sure you split the costs.PiscesFebruary 19 March 20Lunacy surrounds you this week, Pisces. Dont let it drive you batty. Find something lucrative to focus on. A service is expanded. Enjoy the perks.AriesMarch 21 April 19Emotions run high at an event. Dont bother playing peacemaker, Aries. Some things are meant to be. A last-moment trip uncovers quite the find.TaurusApril 20 May 20Time to yourself is rare these days, Taurus. Steal moments where you can. A loved one makes an unusual request. Honor it only if you can.GeminiMay 21 June 21Memories of another time and place haunt you. Relax, Gemini. It is not an omen, just a chance for you to revisit some fun. A secret is revealed.CancerJune 22 July 22Watch it, Cancer. Youre playing with fire. A superior sends out a memo. Read between the lines. There is much more to the situation than stated.LeoJuly 23 August 22Fess up, Leo. You were in on it the whole time and you know it. A special event goes off without a hitch. It may be time for a little getaway.VirgoAugust 23 September 22Are you in or out, Virgo? This is not the time to be wishy-washy. Revenue increases, and a promotion may be in order. Someone needs a favor.LibraSeptember 23 October 22Press on, Libra. You team is counting on you, and remember, no matter how bad it gets, it could always be worse. Persevere, and you will be rewarded.ScorpioOctober 23 November 21One mans trash is anothers treasure. Remember that as you begin to sort through the clutter, Scorpio. Donate or sell whatever you can.SagittariusNovember 22 December 21Sagittarians dont always get their way. Learn to compromise, or prepare to face the consequences. A message is received loud and clear at home. Looking ahead Looking aheadLargo Train weekend Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 4-5, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Largo Central Park, 101 Central Park Drive, Largo. There is no cost to participate, but donations are accepted. For information, call 587-6740, ext. 5014. The 10 OClock Band, Sunday, Oct. 5, 2 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Tickets are $24.50. Call 587-6793. Hamlet, by Shakespeare, Oct. 10 through Nov. 2, at New Stage Theatre and Conservatory, 11650 131st St. N., Largo. Performances will be Thursdays, 7 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m.; and Sundays, 3 p.m. Tickets are $30. Call 813-817-2585 or visit newstagelargo.org. Starring Chris Jackson as Hamlet, New Stage Theatre and Conservatorys production of one of theaters most iconic works Hamlet will be presented through an adaption inspired from Laurence Oliviers famous film, and will feature seven transformational actors. Island Blast: An Evening of Good Vibes Saturday, Oct. 11, 7:30 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets start at $5. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. The third annual Stars and Stripes USO Show Saturday, Oct. 11, at the Armed Forces History Museum, 2050 34th Way N., Largo. Doors will open at 7 p.m. General admission tickets are $24. A limited number of VIP tickets are available at $50, which includes a pre-event dinner at 6 p.m. Call 539-8371 or visit armedforcesmuseum.com. The event will feature the Lorri Hafer Swingin Band as well as tribute performances of big band singing sensations by Andy Stefanos Cast of All Stars. This big band show, dance and salute to the nations troops will also feature show hostesses, vintage attire, era actors, photo opportunities, a full bar, valet parking and a red carpet welcome. The event is a fundraiser for the museums veteran and youth education programs. Simon and Garfunkel Retrospective Sunday, Oct. 12, 2 and 7 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets start at $24.50. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. Circus Electronica Tuesday, Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets start at $19.50. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. Embarking on its debut national tour and only Florida performance, Circus Electronica will take audience members to a world of traditional European-style circus with contemporary Electronic Dance Music. This all-ages show combines both aerial and ground based acrobatics and a live DJ that will seamlessly blend musical styles from multiple artists into a cohesive experience thats greater than the sum of its parts. Country Royalty: A Musical Tribute to Hank Williams and Patsy Cline; Saturday, Oct. 18, 8 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. Tickets start at $24.50. Call 587-6793 or visit LargoArts.com. Grammy nominated singing sensation, Carolyn Martin, gives a jaw-dropping performance as Patsy Cline while 2003 Obie Award winner Jason Petty re-creates the Hank Williams role he is so famous for. Jason and Carolyn, along with a live five-piece band, will take audiences back to a time when Hank and Patsy ruled the airwaves. Over 20 of their chart-topping hits are performed such as Crazy, Hey Good Lookin, Sweet Dreams, Your Cheatin Heart, Walking After Midnight, I Saw The Light, I Fall To Pieces and Im So Lonesome I Could Cry. Girls Night: The Musical; Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 22-23, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets start at $24.50. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. Andy McKee with special guest Mark Kroos, Friday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets start at $19.50. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. McKees style of playing and compositions have earned him an international fanbase. Mark Kroos is a rising star in the guitar world that simultaneously utilizes two necks of his double neck guitar to create his unique sound. This is a not to be missed show of world-class guitar talent. Shrek the Musical, with music by Jeanine Tesori and book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaireby, presented by Eight OClock Theatre; Nov. 7-16, at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets are $25.50 for adults and $12.50 for students. A city of Largo handling fee of $3.50 will be added to each ticket. Call 587-6793 or visit largoarts.com. School House Rock presented by Stages Productions, Saturday, Nov. 8, 11 a.m., at Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive, Largo. Tickets are $7.50 for adults and $6.50 for children. Call 5876793 or visit largoarts.com.Clearwater Greater Tuna, by Joe Sears, Jaston Williams, and Ed Howard; through Oct. 19, at the Early Bird Dinner Theatre, 13355 49th St. N., Clearwater. Matinees are Thursday and Saturday, 11 a.m. Evening performances are Saturday and Sunday, 4 p.m. Cost is $32 for dinner and the show. Call 446-5898 or visit www.earlybirddinnertheatre.com. In this wonderful and hilarious satire of life in small town Texas, the people who live in this all-to-nosy community are certainly unforgettable. The Australian Pink Floyd Show: Set the Controls; Wednesday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. The Set the Controls Tour 2014 will draw heavily from the iconic Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, and The Division Bell albums with anticipated performances of Comfortably Numb, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Time. There will also be an interactive element to the show where audience members will be asked to help choose the material that the band will play during certain sections of their two-hour set. Rodrigo Y Gabriela Thursday, Oct. 9, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $32.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero have been playing together for more than fifteen years. Beginning with their humble roots busing in Dublin, playing Metallica bossa nova style in hotel bars for the own amusement; before they became one of the biggest selling acoustic instrumental acts in the world. Known for exhilarating live shows, Rodrigo y Gabriela have won the hearts of music lovers from the haciendas of Cuba to the Hollywood Bowl and festival fields of Europe, as they continue to weave their unique six-string magic. Richard Marx Saturday, Oct. 11, 8 p.m., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets start at $44.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com. Fresh off releasing Beautiful Goodbye, his first studio album in 10 years, the Grammy Award-winning singersongwriter is hitting the road this fall for a highly anticipated U.S. tour. Marx released Beautiful Goodbye to critically acclaimed reviews across the board with Billboard magazine saying, One word likely describes Beautiful Goodbye best: sexy. Miami Herald refers to the music on Beautiful Goodbye as some of [Richards] richest yet. Whatever We Started was released in May following a surprise performance of Marxs song Right Here Waiting on the finale of American Idol with host Ryan Seacrest. Classic Albums: White Album; Sunday, Oct. 12, 7 p.m., at Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. Tickets start at $25. Call 791-7400 or visit www.atthecap.com. Maxima Concierto de la Herencia Hispana (Hispanic Heritage Concert), Sunday, Oct.12, at Coachman Park in downtown Clearwater. Gates will open at noon. The show will start at 1 p.m. Ticket prices are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate. Visit 925maxima.com or call 800-514-3849. Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Yandel will headline this years concert. Colombian salsa performers Grupo Niche also will perform. Additional performers will be announced. Maxima Concierto de la Herencia Hispana is a family-friendly annual event sponsored by 92.5 Maxima, MetroPCS, and Heineken. Lawn chairs, blankets and one bottle of water per person are permitted in Coachman Park during this event. No pets (except service animals), grills, open flame, glass containers, coolers, food, drinks, tents or canopies, recording devices or fireworks are allowed in Coachman Park during this event. For event information, call 562-4800.Dunedin Movies in the Park Friday, Oct. 3, at John R. Lawrence Pioneer Park, 420 Main Street, Dunedin. Admission is free. Call 812-4530. Dunedin Classic and Custom Car Show Saturday, Oct. 4, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Main Street and Broadway in Dunedin. There is no charge to attend. Call 298-3299.Gulfport USA Dance Monday, Oct. 27, 7 to 10:15 p.m., at Gulfport Casino, 5500 Shore Blvd., Gulfport. Admission is $7 and includes a dance workshop, professional and amateur exhibitions, dance hosts and snacks. For information, call 397-5754.North Redington Beach G. David Howard Friday and Saturday, Oct. 3-4, 9:01 p.m., at Sportys on the Beach, 17093 Gulf Blvd., North Redington Beach. Cost is $15. Call 596-6725.Palm Harbor Greek Fest Saturday, Oct. 4, 3 to 11 p.m., at Cretan Cultural Center, 1821 Curlew Road, Palm Harbor. Admission is free. This will be a mini-Greek festival featuring live music, dance performances in traditional Cretan costumes and open dancing. Traditional Greek food and pastries will be available for purchase. Call 786-8879. The fourth annual Palm Harbor Rocktoberfest, Saturday, Oct. 11, 5 to 11 p.m., in historic downtown Palm Harbor. Three rock bands will perform at the event, including Hope Darling, Radio Crime and headliner The Michael Allman Band. Michael Allman is the son of rock star Greg Allman. Attendees also will enjoy great food, craft beer, fine wine and retail vendors on Florida Avenue. Visit www.palmharborcc.org. See LOOKING AHEAD, page 3B

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Entertainment 3B Leader, October 2, 2014 Poetry and Prose Yom Kippur Annual Jewish Day of Atonement A New PageHe came to my desk with quivering lips; the lesson was done. Teacher, I need a new page; Ive spoiled this one. I exchanged the blots and stains for an unspotted page. Into his sad eyes I smiled; Do better now, my child. I went to the throne with quivering soul; the old year was done. Father, I need a new page; Ive spoiled this one. Taking the old stained, blotted page, He gave me a new unspotted one and into my sad heart smiled, Do better now, my child. Poems of Dawn The days come, saith the LORDI will make a new covenant with the house of IsraelI will put my law in their inward parts, and write it in their heartsI will be their Godthey shall be my peoplethey shall all know me, from the least unto the greatestfor I will forgive their iniquity and remember their sin no more.Jeremiah 31:31-34Contributor: Joy Cometh in the Morning100214 BAR BARAll YOU !! !! 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ADDAGARDENORCAESARSALAD, CUPOFGUMBOORCHOWDERTOANY MEALFOR$2.50. WEEKLY SPECIALS 100214 Once again, West Coast Players has dared to be different, staging an unconventional production early in its 2014-15 season. Thanks to expert direction, an attention-grabbing script and outstanding performances, Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? confirms this theaters ability to present compelling, thought-provoking high-quality arts programming and to introduce lesser-known playwrights to appreciative Tampa Bay audiences. Marsha Sheiness Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? runs through Oct. 5 at West Coast Players, 21905 U.S. 19 N., Clearwater. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m.; and Sundays, 2 p.m. Tickets are $19. Call 437-2363 or visit www.wcplayers.org. While the playwright may not have achieved instantaneous name recognition in Florida yet Sheiness is likely far more familiar to theatergoers in New York City where she has been involved in almost every aspect of the business from acting, writing and directing to teaching and mentoring. According to the biography on her website, Sheiness has helmed more than 30 plays over the years. Her work has been produced Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway, on television, and in regional, community, university, and high school theatres across the United States. Sheiness previously taught playwriting at The New School and at Eccentric Circles Theatre in New York City, as well as at the Harbor Playhouse School of Dramatic Arts in Corpus Christi, Texas. The playwright has authored a number of dramas, comedydramas and even a musical adaptation of Great Expectations. Tackling a variety of themes, her plays cover such topics as a 40-year-old womans past selves; a Jewish Texas couple in their 70s; gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual teenagers; and characters with dementia. Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? debuted in the early 1970s with its premier production at Cincinnati Playhouse in the park directed by Harold Scott. Following that first appearance, the production aired in 1974 on Theater in America, produced by PBS New York affiliate WNET. Presented by special arrangement with Samuel French Inc., Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? is a psychodrama set in the waiting room of a clinic. The year is 1974. One by one, five women arrive for their scheduled appointments. Gradually, it is revealed that the five mothers have been part of an experiment: Their developmentally disabled children have undergone a two-month treatment program to turn them into geniuses. It is the interchange between these five women that shapes this drama. Sheiness shrewdly introduces a menagerie of characters, representing markedly dissimilar socioeconomic backgrounds. The dialogue is genuine and detailed, though at times intentionally cryptic so that certain details about the nature of the treatment remain unknown to the audience. Along the way, the women reveal their motivations sometimes intentionally, sometimes inadvertently. They are detached strangers momentarily connected by happenstance, mechanically cycling through their own fears and regrets in a mesmerizing display of self-realization. The five mothers are portrayed by Sadra Bostic (Mrs. Evans), Laurel E. Braswell (Mrs. Lewis), Tammy Dalton (Mrs. Todd), Sandra Magnone (Mrs. Luther) and Samantha Parisi (Mrs. Amber). Each member of this ensemble gives a captivating and engaging performance, oscillating flawlessly from uneasy humor to poignant revelation. There is no trace of exaggeration in the dialogue and the actresses do not depend on hyperbole to overstate their characters. Bosticks Evans, for instance, is standoffish and cynical, but only to a point. Likewise, Parisis Amber is sufficiently snobbish. Just as there are no weak links in this cast, there also are no scene-stealers which is fitting considering the importance of the nervous rapport that evolves between the characters. The performers have achieved a transcendent harmony in depicting wary discord. The cast also includes Judi Dupree as the nurse and Ashton Sarlo as Joe Evans who both give solid performances. Tom Costello directs this production of Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? In his notes, he reveals that he got to work on both the stage and television version of the play, and is excited to have the opportunity to bring it to the stage again. Weve assembled a remarkable cast, stage manager and production team to bring you a compelling drama that will keep you guessing and often on the edge of your seat right up to the stunning climax, Costello says. The West Coast Players production of this edgy and provocative drama shines brightest in the exchanges between its diverse characters, rendered flawlessly by some of the best performers in the Tampa Bay area. While the play may date back to the early 1970s, the subject matter remains relevant. Earlier this month, TechCrunch, a blog dedicated to trending technology news and profiling new Internet products and companies, reported that the worlds first genetically modified babies will probably graduate from high school in 2015. The article refers to an unidentified group of 30 embryos that were part of an experiment that involved the Gamete and Em-Review: West Coast Players stages riveting Sheiness psychodrama Curtain CallLee Clark Zumpe Photo by ROSALEEN MAGNONEAbove, Mrs. Luther (Sandra Magnone), left, listens while Mrs. Amber (Samantha Parisi) explains her confidence in the doctor in Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? at West Coast Players through Oct. 5. Below, the cast of the play features, from left, Laurell Braswell, Judi Dupree, Parisi, Sadra Bostick, Ashton Sarlo, Magnone and Tammy Dalton.bryo Research Laboratory at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas Medical Center in 1997. Parents struggle with making the right choices for their children every day. The specific ethical dilemma Sheiness explores in Monkey Monkey Bottle of Beer, How Many Monkeys Have We Here? is one that future parents may well have to confront.Pinellas Park Pinellas Park Civic Orchestra, Sunday, Oct. 5, 7:30 p.m., at the Pinellas Park Performing Arts Center, 4951 78th Ave. N., Pinellas Park. The talented, professional musicians will perform a selection of light classical pieces, show tunes and pop. Admission is free but donations are accepted. Visit www.pinellasparkorchestra.com.Redington Beach Fifth annual Oktoberfest, Saturday, Oct. 4, 6:30 to 10 p.m., at Friendship Park, 164th Avenue and Second Street, Redington Beach. Cost is $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Call Eike and Mark Deighton at 393-0100, or email santasangels@tampabay.rr.com. The event is being presented to raise money to pay for presents for underprivileged children and food baskets for their families at Christmas time. Santas Angels is a totally volunteer organization. All of the money raised is used to buy presents and food. Attendees will enjoy German sausages, sauerkraut, zwiebelkuchen (onion cake), and more as well as beer and wine, a short raffle and a DJ. St. Pete Beach The Black Honkeys Friday, Oct. 3, at St. Pete Beach Community Center in Horan Park, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, St. Pete Beach. Activities will kick off at 6 p.m. and the band will take the stage at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Attendees may bring lawn chairs and blankets. Complimentary valet parking will be available. Food, beer and wine will be available for purchase. Call 363-9245 or visit www.spbrec.com.St. Petersburg Second Saturday ArtWalk, Saturday, Oct. 11, 5 to 9 p.m., in the Waterfront Arts District and the Warehouse Arts District, St. Petersburg. More than 40 galleries and studios will participate. ArtWalk will be broadened for this one month to celebrate Universal Music Day as many offer music for the festive October celebration of art. Visit www.stpeteartsalliance.org. Fourth annual Sueos de Dal, Saturday, Oct. 11, 8 p.m. to midnight, at The Dal Museum, One Dali Blvd., St. Petersburg. General admission tickets cost $125 for museum members and $150 for nonmembers. Avantgarde VIP tickets are $600. General admission tickets include dancing to a live band, unlimited craft cocktails, gourmet food tastings, free valet parking and full access to the galleries. Paris in the 1920s was the center of the artistic universe and marked a transition to artistic maturity for Salvador Dal and many other famous artists who were drawn to the city for its rich, creative inspiration. It was the hub for new ways of thinking and marked the birth of Surrealism, the Art Deco movement, and the Paris Jazz Age. Parisian nightlife was characterized by personal freedom, a revolution of fashion, luxurious parties, theater shows, and jazz music people lived luminous lives and knew how to have fun. The 2014 Suenos de Dali will leverage the defining elements of Parisian nightlife in the 1920s with a modern twist. This years soiree entertains the combined identities of two extraordinary cultures as guests revel in the dcor and fashion that defined the Spanish and Parisian nightlife from different eras. Donning incredible costumes, guests will enjoy a dreamlike soiree filled with illusory sensations, signature cocktails, gourmet cuisine, and more. For details, visit thedali.org/event/suenos-de-dali. Lyle Lovett Sunday, Oct. 19, 7 p.m., at The Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $39. Call 893-7832 or 800-874-9020, or visit www.themahaffey.com. Lovett has broadened the definition of American music in a career that spans 14 albums. Coupled with his gift for storytelling, the Texas-based musician fuses elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and blues in a convention-defying manner that breaks down barriers. Lovett has appeared in 13 feature films, and on stage and television. Among his many accolades, besides the four Grammy Awards, he was given the Americana Music Associations inaugural Trailblazer Award, and was recently named the Texas State Musician. Lovett has been touring in support of Release Me since its release in February 2012. The album was No. 1 for several weeks on the Americana charts. Produced by Nathaniel Kunkel and Lovett, Release Me represents the end of an era as it was his last record for Curb/Universal Music Group after being on the label for his entire career. Release Me is quintessential Lovett, mixing a smart collection of originals and songs written by some of his favorite songwriters that show not only the breadth of this Texas legends deep talents, but also the diversity of his influences, making him one of the most infectious and fascinating musicians in popular music. Arrival: The Music of ABBA Friday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m., at The Mahaffey Theater, 400 First St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $30. Call 893-7832 or visit www.themahaffey.com. The band will play hits such as Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia, Does Your Mother Know, Take A Chance, SOS, The Winner Takes It All, Super Trouper, Money Money Money, Waterloo, Honey Honey, Fernando, I Do I Do I Do, Chiquitita, Knowing Me Knowing You, Summer Night City, Thank You For The Music, Lay All Your Love On Me, Gimme Gimme Gimme and many more delivered with such accuracy that its hard to believe that its not the real ABBA on stage. Pieces of a Dream, Friday, Oct. 24, 8 p.m., at The Palladium Theater, 253 Fifth Ave. N., St. Petersburg. Tickets start at $30. Call 822-3590 or visit mypalladi um.org. Dracula: The Vampire Strikes Back, by Thomas Ribbits and Tim Saward; Oct. 24 through Nov. 2, at St. Petersburg City Theatre, 4025 31st St. S., St. Petersburg. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students. Children age 11 and younger are free with each adult ticket. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m.; and Sundays, 2 p.m. Call 866-1973 or visit www.spcitytheatre.org.Seminole Music in the Park, Friday, Oct. 3, 7 to 9 p.m., at Seminole City Park, 7464 Ridge Road, Seminole. Admission is free. For information, visit www.mysemi nole.com. Performing will be Comfort Zone. Music in the Park, Friday, Oct. 10, 7 to 9 p.m., at Seminole City Park, 7464 Ridge Road, Seminole. Admission is free. For information, visit www.mysemi nole.com. Performing will be D.A. Smith and the Soul Injectors.Tampa Tiempo Libre, Saturday, Oct. 11, 7:30 p.m., at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $10. Call 813-229-7827 or 800-955-1045, or visit www.strazcenter.org. Anjelah Johnson Thursday, Oct. 16, 7 p.m., at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $35. Call 813-229-7827 or 800955-1045, or visit www.straz center.org. Rodgers and Hammersteins Cinderella, Oct. 21-26, at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Performances are Tuesday through Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Matinees are Saturday and Sunday, 2 p.m. For information, call 813-229-7827 or 800-955-1045, or visit www.strazcenter.org. Brickworld Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 25-26, in the Special Events Building at Florida State Fairgrounds, 4800 U.S. 301 N., Tampa. Hours will be Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. General admission is $10 in advance and $11 the day of the show. The show will feature 40,000 square feet of creations all built from Lego bricks by local Lego enthusiasts. There will be interactive activities, such as the Lego and Duplo play brick areas, seek and finds, and fighting robots. Visit www.brickworld.us/tampa. Coral Skies Music Festival featuring Cage The Elephant, Julian Casablancas & The Voidz, City and Colour, Bombay Bicycle Club and more; Saturday, Oct. 25, noon, at Mid Florida Credit Union Amphitheatre at the Florida State Fairgrounds, 4802 U.S. 301 N., Tampa. General admission tickets are $30. Call 813-7402446 or visit www.livenation.com. Brendan James, Monday, LOOKING AHEAD, from page 2BOct. 27, 7:30 p.m., at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $28.50. Call 813-2297827 or 800-955-1045, or visit www.strazcenter.org. Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, by Charles Busch, presented by Jobsite Theater; Oct. 29 through Nov. 23; at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Performances are Thursday through Saturday, 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 4 p.m. Tickets start at $28. Call 813-229-7827 or 800-955-1045, or visit www.strazcenter.org. Diavolo Dance Theatre, Sunday, Nov. 2, 8 p.m., at the David A. Straz Jr. Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa. Tickets start at $30. Call 813-229-7827 or 800-955-1045, or visit www.strazcenter.org. www.TBNweekly.com

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Expires 10-31-14Open, Mon.-Sat. 5-10:30pm Sunday 4-10pmReservations Recommendedwww.villagallace.com 727-596-0200109 Gulf Blvd., Indian Rocks Beach091814 Best Italian Restaurant Readers Choice 2014 Drive HardGenre: Action and adventure Cast: John Cusack and Thomas Jane Director: Brian Trenchard-Smith Not rated Former racecar driver Peter Roberts (Thomas Jane) traded the winners circle for a 9 to 5 job as a beginners driving instructor. But his life shifts into overdrive when Simon Keller (John Cusack) hijacks Peter to be his getaway driver in a $9 million heist.The Decent OneGenre: Documentary Director: Vanessa Lapa Not rated A recently discovered cache of hundreds of personal letters, diaries and photos belonging to the Nazi Gestapo chief seems to reveal a thoughtful, loving husband and devoted father to his daughter. The documents first found in the Himmler family house in 1945 were hidden in Tel Aviv for decades and sold to the father of the Israeli documentary filmmaker, Vanessa Lapa. Through readings of Himmlers and his familys most personal writings and rarely seen restored film footage from key German archives, Lapa has fashioned a fascinating case study: a portrait of the man responsible for some of the worst atrocities of the Second World War, who thought of himself in heroic terms.Men, Women & ChildrenGenre: Comedy, drama and romance Cast: Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Ansel Elgort, Jennifer Garner, Judy Greer, Dean Norris and Adam Sandler Director: Jason Reitman Rated: R Men, Women & Children follows the story of a group of high school teenagers and their parents as they attempt to navigate the many ways the Internet has changed their relationships, their communication, their self-image, and their love lives. The film attempts to stare down social issues such as video game culture, anorexia, infidelity, fame hunting, and the proliferation of illicit material on the Internet. As each character and each relationship is tested, we are shown the variety of roads people choose some tragic, some hopeful as it becomes clear that no one is immune to this enormous social change that has come through our phones, our tablets, and our computers.The Blue RoomGenre: Drama Cast: Matthieu Amalric, Lea Drucker, Stephanie Cleau and Laurent Poitrenaux Director: Matthieu Amalric Not rated A man and a woman, secretly in love, alone in a room. They desire each other, want each other, and even bite each other. In the afterglow, they share a few sweet nothings. At least the man seemed to believe they were nothing. Now under investigation by the police and the courts, Julien fails to find the words. The Good LieGenre: Drama Cast: Reese Witherspoon, Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal and Corey Stoll Director: Philippe Falardeau Rated: PG-13 They were known simply as The Lost Boys. Orphaned by the brutal civil war in Sudan, which began in 1983, these young victims traveled as many as a thousand miles on foot in search of safety. Fifteen years later, a humanitarian effort would bring 3,600 lost boys, as well as girls, to America. In The Good Lie, Philippe Falardeau brings the story of their survival and triumph to life. Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon stars alongside Sudanese actors Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal, and newcomer Kuoth Wiel, some of whom were also children of war. Mamere and Theo are sons of the Chief in their village in Southern Sudan. When an attack by the Northern militia destroys their home and kills their parents, eldest son Theo is forced to assume the role of Chief and lead a group of young survivors, including his sister Abital, away from harm. But the hostile, treacherous terrain has other dangers in store for them. As the tattered group makes the difficult trek to Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, they meet other fleeing children, forging a bond with Jeremiah, who, at 13, is already a man of faith, and Paul, whose skills become essential to their survival. Thirteen years later, the now young adults are given the opportunity to leave the camp and resettle in America. Upon arriving in Kansas, they are met by Carrie Davis, an employment agency counselor who has been enlisted to help find them jobs no easy task, when things like light switches and telephones are brand new to them. The Hero of Color CityGenre: Animation Cast: Christina Ricci, Rosie Perez, Wayne Brady, Craig Ferguson, Owen Wilson and Jessica Capshaw Director: Frank Gladstone Rated: G Each night, when Ben falls asleep, his Crayons jump into their magical Crayon Box that transports them to their home in Color City, a world of dazzling hues, soaring fantasy and the whimsy of childhood. This land is fed by an enchanted rainbow and waterfall that provides the city and its citizens with color. When Yellow, our timid heroine, is accidentally left behind in Bens room, she inadvertently awakens two Unfinished Drawings: King Scrawl, a huge, powerful, mute monster and Gnat, Scrawls motormouthed, overactive sidekick. In search of color for themselves, they follow Yellow to Color City, causing panic and concern. If Scrawl and Gnat can claim the waterfall for themselves, Color City will fade, and along with it, our lovable crayon characters will disappear. Its up to Yellow and a motley crew of Crayons, bodacious and brave, Blue, meticulous, fussy Green, satirical Red, pessimistic Black and overanxious White to save the day. Meeting with fantastical creatures and fun adventures along the way, Yellow discovers she has more courage and strength than she knew and learns to believe in herself and to count on the support of her friends. Replete with valuable life lessons, this enchanting story will entertain and inspire in a stunningly rendered and utterly unique animated world.The LiberatorGenre: Drama Cast: Edgar Ramrez, Mara Valverde, Danny Huston, Imanol Arias and Gary Lewis Director: Alberto Arvelo Rated: R Simn Bolvar fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great. His army never conquered it liberated. The film stars dgar Ramrez, with a soundtrack by Gustavo Dudamel. For more movie news, visit www.TBNweekly.com. Click on the Movie News & Reviews link on the left-side menu. Skarsgard, Toni Collette, Jean Reno and Veronica Ferres Director: Peter Chelsom Rated: R Hector (Simon Pegg) is a quirky psychiatrist who has become increasingly tired of his humdrum life. As he tells his girlfriend, Clara (Rosamund Pike), he feels like a fraud: he hasnt really tasted life, and yet hes offering advice to patients who are just not getting any happier. So Hector decides to break out of his deluded and routine driven life. Armed with buckets of courage and child-like curiosity, he embarks on a global quest in hopes of uncovering the elusive secret formula for true happiness. And so begins a larger than life adventure with riotously funny results. Based on the world-wide best-selling novel of the same name, Hector and the Search for Happiness is a rich, exhilarating, and hilarious tale from director Peter Chelsom.Left BehindGenre: Action, adventure and thriller Cast: Nicolas Cage, Chad Michael Murray, Cassi Thomson, Nicky Whelan, Lea Thompson, Jordan Sparks, Quinton Aaron and Martin Klebba Director: Vic Armstrong Rated: PG-13 Left Behind is an apocalyptic action-thriller starring Nicolas Cage based on the New York Times bestselling novel that brings biblical prophecy to life in modern times. The most important event in the history of mankind is happening right now. In the blink of an eye, the biblical Rapture strikes the world. Millions of people disappear without a trace. All that remains are their clothes and belongings, and in an instant, terror and chaos spread around the world. The vanishings cause unmanned vehicles to crash and burn. Planes fall from the sky. Emergency forces everywhere are devastated. Gridlock, riots and looting overrun the cities. There is no one to help or provide answers. In a moment, the entire planet is plunged into darkness. The Steele family is caught on the razors edge of that darkness. Ray Steele, an airline pilot, struggles to calm, and ultimately to save the lives of the passengers that remain on his flight, as the world below loses its ability to help his plane, and any other to safety. Running out of fuel, his equipment failing, his crew escalating into panic, Ray must guide the plane with the help of GWN reporter, Cameron Buck Williams who takes over the role of co-pilot in the face of the crisis. For Buck Williams, being trapped at 30,000 feet with a plane full of terrified passengers means a struggle to understand the incomprehensible. On the ground, Rays daughter Chloe Steele struggles to find her young brother and mother, both of whom may have disappeared in the biblical event. Forcing herself through the chaos, Chloe must navigate a world filled with terror and despair. The following will open in limited release. It may be several weeks before these films appear in local movie theaters.Music in the Park to feature Comfort Zone By LEE CLARK ZUMPE SEMINOLE The fifth concert in citys annual Music in the Park series will feature a performance by Comfort Zone on Friday, Oct. 3. The concerts are presented at Seminole City Park, 7464 Ridge Road, Seminole. The music will run 7 to 9 p.m. Admission is free. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the event. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and blankets. For information, call 391-8345 or visit www.myseminole.com. According to William Clare Entertainment, The Comfort Zone Band specializes in tight vocal harmonies and fun. This seven-piece band offers a sound and sight experience that can enhance any event. The ensemble has performed at festivals, special events and select clubs. Harmony is the focal point of the music and shines through the connection the band has with each other and their audience. Whether reminiscing to the sounds of The Temptations, Little River band or Crosby, Stills & Nash or making new memories to the sounds of today with Little Big Town or Lady Antebellum Comfort Zone loves what they do and it shows. This weeks concert is sponsored by DeLoach & Hofstra, P.A.; and Seminole Title. Comfort Zone performs Oct. 3 at Seminole City Park as part of the citys Music in the Park series. OPENING, from page 1B Photo courtesy of IFC FILMS Photo courtesy of COHEN MEDIA GROUPAbove, Edgar Ramrez stars as Simn Bolvar in The Liberator. At left, Stephanie Cleau stars in The Blue Room.

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Classieds 5B Leader, October 2, 2014 35. Mobile Home Sales 155. Furnished Condos 185. Beach Rentals 355. Adoption 485. Help Wanted 510. Home Care Help 1. House SalesSEMINOLE LAKES COUNTY CLUB 3BR/2BA/2CG, 2,043/SF, Gulf Course View, 6745 Greenbrier Drive North. $267,900 (727)771-3334 LARGO, 3BR/1BA/1CGRemodeled, Open Floor Plan, New Flooring, Oversized Fenced Backyard. $139,900. www.2645DryerAve.com Plumlee Gulf Beach Realty, Skip George, (727)510-2894. 5. R.E. Sales 20. Condo SalesSEMINOLE GARDENS! 2BR/1BA Land Owned. Sales & Rentals, Robert G. Castles, PA, Broker. (727)319-8229 www.seminolegarden.com ULTIMAR I, 3BR/2.5BA/1CG FOR SALE BY OWNER Extensive Wrap Balcony, Direct Gulf SW Corner, 1,942SF, Pristine, $799,000. (727)277-4988. Diane Warder, RE Agent. Co-Brokers Welcome. WATERFRONT INTRACOASTAL VIEWS 2BR/2BA, 55+ Gated Community. Pools, Fishing Pier, Boat Slip Rentals, $108,777. John Noell, Holland Associates, (727)434-1673. MLS U7621411 WATERFRONT 2BR/2BA Impeccably Maintained Unit. Desirable Park Street Location. Heated Pool, Tennis Courts & Clubhouse. $164,900. For More Information Visit: www.5400parkstreet311.com or Call Jared Salzman, CENTURY 21 JIM WHITE & ASSOCIATES (727)515-3462. 2BR/2BA CONDO Heated Pool, Recently Remodeled Kitchen and Bathrooms, Minutes to the Beaches. $59,900. For More Information Visit: www.535781st.com or Call Jared Salzman, CENTURY 21 JIM WHITE & ASSOCIATES (727)515-3462 LOVELY 55+ 1BR CONDO With Lanai Overlooking Waterway. Located at Beautiful Seminole Gardens With Its Many Amenities. Less Than 10 Minutes to Golf, Tennis, Movies, Gym, Publix, Church, Beach & Library. $29,900. Call Paul, (727)391-3235. MISSION OAKS 55+ 2BR/2BA, Furnished, Covered Parking, Excellent Condition, Close to Shopping, One Story, Pool, No Pets. Asking $65,000. (973)444-3540 35. Mobile Home Sales TWELVE OAKS MHP Great Deals On Preowned Mobile Homes. Priced To Sell! Located In the Heart of Beautiful Seminole. Close To Beaches & Shopping. All Residents 55+. No Pets, No Rentals. Call Mon-Fri, 9AM-4PM. (727)391-6268. First Time Homebuyer Program*( 727 ) 223-6418www.pinellascounty.org/community/hfaPrograms available in Pinellas, Polk and Pasco counties. If you have not owned a home in the last 3 yearsLow Interest Rate Mortgage Down Payment Assistance AvailableHousing Finance Authority of Pinellas County032014 SEMINOLE GARDENSBUY WHILE PRICES ARE AT AN ALL-TIME LOW! BEAUTIFUL 56-ACRE COMPLEX 1BR/1BA 874 sq. ft. Newer A/C and Water Heater Ground Floor $47,900 1BR/1BA 638 sq. ft. 3rd Floor Elevator Building Wow! $28,900 Ridge Seminole Mgmt. Corp. Cassius L. Peacock, IV, Broker Your ON-SITE Specialist(727)397-2534 MySeminoleGardens.com BAY PINES MARINA COMMUNITY 55+ 2BR/2BA, in Unrestricted Pet Section. Completely Updated Throughout, Large Master W/En-suite, Fenced Yard, Screened Porch. Active Community W/Pool. $34,900 (270)302-6623 95. 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Brochures Available At Clubhouse.Come VisitGLENWOOD ESTATES:5 Star, 55+, Land Owned.For Viewing Call IMapp Realty Group John Doles, 727-510-3331 EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 100214 NEW LISTINGS: #42 2/2/2CP, Furn., Jacobsen, $97,888 #123 2/2, Garage, Furn., Model, $89,888 #140 2/2, Furn., $74,888 #183 2/2, Furn., Shed or Garage, $79,888 All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin, or an intention, to make such preference, limitation or discrimination. Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD Toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The Toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275. $$ WE BUY HOUSES $$And Fix Problems! See If We Can Help YOU! (727)537-6150072414-2 SEMINOLE GARDENS 1BR/1BA, 874SF, Newly Renovated $800/Month-Yearly. Ridge Seminole Mgmt. Corp. (727)397-2534 COUNTRYSIDE TOWNHOUSE Completely Remodeled 2BR/1.5BA, W/D, Screened Patio, Covered Parking, Pool. Wood Floors, Luxury Furniture, Plasma TVs. 10 Minutes to Beach, 3 Minutes to Mall. Electric, W/S/T, Cable Included. $1,200/Mo. Annual. $1,500/Mo. Seasonal. (813)510-9696. KNOW SOMEONE WHO WANTS To Get Out of the Snow for December? Call Barbara (727)481-8891 160. Unfurnished CondosSHIPWATCH 2BR/2BA, Vaulted Ceilings, W/D, Bonus Room, Near Pool. $1,300/Mo. www.ShipwatchRealty.com Shipwatch Realty, (727)596-6508. SEMINOLE, LONG BAYOU 2BR/1BA, 55+, Second Floor, Gated Community, Newly Remodeled, Quiet, Clean. Resort Style Living. $900/Month. Available 12/1/14. (727)385-7718. SEMINOLE GARDENS 55+ 2BR/2BA, Corner Unit. Newly Remodeled. No Smoking or Pets. $825/Month, Annual. Bill (727)397-5512, (727)641-6681. SEMINOLE ISLE 3BR/2BA 2,100/SF Gated Community, Small Pet OK, Non-smoking, Cable/Water/Trash Included, Year Lease, Available November 15th, $1,900/MO, Plus Damage Deposit Half Months Rent (727)266-4175 Leave Message OR (709)687-3979 Call or Text. SEMINOLE 2BR/2BA Overlooking Bay Pointe Golf Course, All Appliances Included and W/D, Pool, Clubhouse, No Pets. Annual Lease. $1,500/MO (727)397-1192 165. Villa RentalsTIMBERWOODS, LARGO 2BR/2BA, $895/Month, Annual +Electric and Cable. First, Last and $500 Security Deposit. 1 Small Dog or Cat. Nonsmoking. Stephanie See, Results Real Estate, Inc. (727)580-6275. 170. Furnished Apts.CLEARWATER STUDIOStarting at $189/Week. No security. No Credit Check. Free WIFI access. Pets OK. MOVE IN TODAY!! (727)445-7134. precisionpropertymanagement.net 175. Unfurnished Apts.AFFORDABLE & NICE! Dunedin Room, $85/Wkly, Free Water, Electric. Clearwater Studio, $495/Mo. Wont Last! Call Or Click www.586-2412.com SEMINOLE GARDENS, 55+. Large 1BR, Furnished, Corner Apt. No Pets. Nonsmokers Only. Robert G. Castles, P.A. Broker. (727)319-8229 www.SeminoleGarden.com BELLEAIR BLUFFSCall For Move-in Special: Deluxe 1-2BRs, 1st-2nd Floor. Non-smoking, Courtyard W/Beautiful Pool. Walking Distance to Neighborhood Shopping and Restaurants. 2942 W Bay Dr. (727)510-9085 INDIAN SHORES 1BR C/H/A, Includes E/W/S, Beach Access. 19235 Whispering Pines Drive. $1,000/Month. (727)631-5484. Owner/ Agent. SW LARGO: LARGE 1BR/1BA, $500/Month. Quiet. Laundry on Premises. Petless. $400 security. Yearly lease. (727)595-2228. 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Starting at $200/Wk. Most Utilities Included. Call For Availability, (727)397-4130. TOTALLY RENOVATED 2BR/2.5BA Furnished Townhome with Private W/D and Garage. Walk to Beach! No Pets/ No Smoking. Pool. Weekly or Monthly. (877)518-9190 NORTH CLEARWATER BEACH Quiet, Clean 1BR Furnished, Efficiency. Includes All Utilities and WIFI. Great Beach Location! NS, No Pets, $900/Month. Jack (727)412-5005. REDINGTON SHORES 2BR/2BA, Recently Renovated, New Carpet, Patio Overlooking Pool, Directly Across from the Gulf. No Pets. $1,500/Mo. 6-12 Months Available. Includes W/S/T, Basic Cable. Furnished Available. Call Today (617)839-1508. MADEIRA BEACH 1BR/1BA, Unfurnished. Beach Front Complex Near Johns Pass. Heated Pool. Annual Lease, Must Be Primary Residence. $1,200/Mo. 1st, Last, Security. No Sublet, Background Check Required. (727)391-1341. INDIAN ROCKS BEACH 2BR/2.5BA/2CG. Unfurnished. Live at the Beach! $1,375/Month +Utilities. Call (863)647-7704 195. 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Lots Of Parking (727)541-2173 265. Commercial RentalsOFFICE SPACE Starting At $482 Per Month. Ample Parking. Madeira Beach. (727)641-6465. PROFESSIONAL/ MEDICAL OFFICE 2260 West Bay Drive, Belleair Bluffs/ Largo Line, 1,450SF, 20 Years Medical Office. (727)518-6551. US 19 COMMERCIAL 1 Acre of Parking, Offices, Garage, Remodeled. Ideal For Car/Boat/RV Dealership. (219)741-9299. 345. Lost & FoundLOST DOG: Greyhound mix, brown/brindle neutered male, red collar w/tags. Missing 9/20, area of Normandy Rd., Clearwater. Owner heartbroken. REWARD. Call anytime, (239)207-6475. 355. AdoptionARE YOU PREGNANT? A Childless, Married Couple, (in our 30s) seeks to adopt. Will be hands on Mom and devoted Dad. Financially secure. Expenses paid. Nicole & Frank. Call/ Text 1(888)969-6134. FL BAR #150789 MISCELLANEOUS PREGNANT? Thinking about Adoption? 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Fax resume: (727)467-9097, E-mail: kbrazier@gcitravel.net SERVERSPinecrest Place Retirement Community is looking for mature candidates to work in our Dining rooms, to include Assisted Living and Memory Care. P-T multiple positions open; various hours including weekends & holidays. We are looking for candidates to provide quick, efficient, and pleasant delivery of food to our residents & guests, ensuring all quality standards of food service are being met. Position requires Level II background screening; EOE; Drug-free workplace. Please apply in person at 1150 8th Ave. SW, Largo, FL. HANSON CLEANERS Now Hiring self-motivated person for counter help. Apply at 12963 Walsingham Road, Largo 33774 HELP! My ironing lady had to quit. I need someone reliable to iron on a regular basis in your home. I will deliver and pick up. Seminole/ Indian Rocks area only. No condo. 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Valid Florida D/L and HS Diploma, supplemented by 3 years of direct experience. $13.10 P/H. For more information, visit www.MyGulfport.us 2401 53rd St. S, Gulfport, FL 33707 or fax (727)893-1005. Drug Free Workplace, EOE, Veterans Preference. Open until filled. EARN $1000s From Home? Be careful of Work-At-Home Schemes. Hidden costs can add up Requirements may be unrealistic. Learn how you can avoid Work-AtHome Scams. Call: Federal Trade Comm. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from Tampa Bay Newspapers and the FTC.62807 Deliver the Home Delivery Independent Distributor Opportunities$800-$1,700/month Paid WeeklyOpportunities throughout Pinellas County Early Morning Hours Must be at least 18 Valid drivers license Reliable vehicle & car insurance Tampabay.com/distributor866-498-4637 SKILLED TRADESCARPENTERS/ PIPEFITTERS JOB ID 2014-1160 Wharton-Smith, Inc. Tampa location. Experience w/building water/ wastewater treatment plant projects. Must be able to shoot grades, be mechanically inclined and have a working knowledge of flanges and mechanical joint (MJ) type ductile iron pipe. Understanding of different types of concrete forming systems (Symons, Peri, Doka, Mea, EFCO, Alisply, job built, etc). Pumps setting, equipment setting and concrete finishing skills a plus. Must have the communication skills to lead craftspeople in all of the above mentioned tasks. E-mail hrogers@whartonsmith.com or Apply jobs-whartonsmith.icims.com No Phone Calls Please! ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/ ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK Local distribution company seeks full time Accounts Payable/ Accounts Receivable Clerk. Requirements include speed combined with accuracy when entering alpha-numeric data, good organizational skills, attention to detail, and a willingness to learn. Great Benefits. Two or more years of AR or AP experience required. Send resume to: AcctJob@a-msupply.com. Pre-employment drug test and data entry speed/ accuracy test are required. 505. Part-Time HelpRESIDENT AIDESPinecrest Place, a premier retirement community, is seeking aides to provide daily care to our AL & Memory Care residents. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and caring people to become a part of our team. Part-time, various shifts. Must be available to work weekends and holidays. Candidates can apply in person at 1150 8th Ave. SW, Largo, or send resume to Margaret.kristall@ brookdaleliving.com or fax to M. Kristall at (727)581-8409. EOE, DFWP UTILITY WORKERPinecrest Place, a premier retirement community located in Largo, is seeking reliable individuals to become members of our kitchen staff. PT positions available. Includes evenings, weekends & holidays. Interested candidates can apply in person at: 1150 8th Ave. SW, Largo, or fax resume to M. Kristall @ (727)581-8409. EOE, DFWP. LPNs: PINECREST PLACEA Premier Brookdale Retirement Community, is seeking P-T LPN for Memory Care 6am-2pm & P-T Assisted Living LPN 2pm-10pm. Both positions weekend hours. Candidate should have previous experience working in a geriatric environment and have a commitment to making a difference in the lives they touch. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and caring people to become part of our team. Candidates can apply in person at 1150 8th Ave. SW, Largo. Send resume to Margaret.Kristall@Brookdale.com or fax to (727)581-8409. EOE, DFWP. RECREATION LEADER I:20 Hours Per Week. Schedule Varies With Season Including Routine Evenings And Weekends. The Salary Range: $11.15/Hr. To $16.17/Hr. Job Requirements/ Application At MySeminole.com Or At City Hall, City Of Seminole, 9199113th Street N, Seminole, 33772. EOE, DFWP, VP. PART-TIME MECHANICFor Small Engines & Equipment. Must Have Own Tools. 16-20 Hrs/Wk. Apply In Person: 6500 49th St. N, Pinellas Park. 510. Home Care HelpCNAs, HHAs NEEDED FOR Pinellas County Area. Choose Your Hours. $10-15 Per Hour. (727)822-3034 CAREGIVER NEEDED Part-Time, Live In CNA, 2 Days per Week. 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Professional Services 7B Leader, October 2, 2014 Landscaping Handyman Painting Pool Decks Roofing Roofing Sprinklers HANDYMAN Of Pinellas County Free Estimates For All Your To Do Lists. 15+ Years Experience. Licensed & Insured. Call Thomas, (727)348-0744. DONE RIGHT CARPENTRY Rotted wood replaced, doors, drywall, molding, repairs. Finish Carpenter. Serving Pinellas 27 years. Lic#C-5826. Insured. (727)443-5822. ALL MINOR HOME REPAIRS 20-years experience. Senior Discount! Work Guaranteed. No Job Too Small. (727)422-2913. Experienced, Reliable Handyman Services. Inside/ Outside Home Repairs & Maintenance. Pressure Cleaning. Free Estimate. (727)698-3938. WE DO IT RIGHT! Great Pricing, Free Estimates, Fast Service. 25 Years. (727)687-8024 Or (727)687-8032 HaulingBILLYS HAULING Small Jobs OK. Yard/ Garage Clean-Outs, Small Repairs. Available 7 Days/Week. (727)393-7567 (727)644-6037 CHOOSE 1-800-GOT JUNK? Floridas Largest Junk Removal Service. 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8B Entertainment Leader, October 2, 2014 Get The NewsALL FORFREE!Sign Up Today! www.TBNweekly.com e-E d itions091814 092514 Visit: oktoberfestonthebeach.com Like us on Facebookand 091114 091114 Coming in October 100214 The Australian Pink Floyd Show to play Ruth Eckerd HallCLEARWATER Recently, Pink Floyd fans got some unexpected news: David Gilmour and Nick Mason, two surviving members of the band, announced that a new album The Endless River will be released in November. Those eagerly anticipating the new music can get a taste of old-school Floyd when the internationallyknown tribute band The Australian Pink Floyd Show visits the Tampa Bay area on Wednesday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m., at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Tickets start at $50.50. Call 791-7400 or visit www.rutheckerdhall.com. The Set the Controls Tour 2014 will draw heavily from the iconic Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, and The Division Bell albums with anticipated performances of Comfortably Numb, Shine On You Crazy Diamond and Time. There will also be an interactive element to the show where audience members will be asked to help choose the material that the band will play during certain sections of their two-hour set. Audiences can expect more than just a competent interpretation of Pink Floyds work. This show is billed as an audiovisual extravaganza featuring a multi-million dollar light show, multiple inflatables and stunning laser effects, all coupled with noteperfect renditions of Pink Floyds biggest hits. This show has already been seen by 4 million people. The name of the tour comes from Pink Floyds classic song Set The Controls for the Heart Of the Sun, which appeared on the bands A Saucerful of Secrets album. The Australian Pink Floyd Show will be performing Pink Floyd linchpins such as Another Brick In The Wall, Money and Wish You Were Here as well as a few surprise tracks. Lorelei McBroom will also be appearing on this tour. Her credentials are staggering: She toured with Pink Floyd on the Momentary Lapse of Reason and Delicate Sound of Thunder tours, appeared in the videos for The Dogs of War, On The Turning Away and the Pink Floyd Live In Venice TV broadcast. She also performed The Great Gig in the Sky with Pink Floyd, a song she will now perform with TAPFS. Colin Norfield is also aboard as sound engineer. He was FOH engineer on Pink Floyds final world tour and has since handled live sound for David Gilmour. The Australian Pink Floyd Show is constantly evolving and honing what they do, having enjoyed 25 years at the top of the game. The show boasts a round screen with intelligent lights arranged around its perimeter. During a concert, movies and animations are displayed onscreen, complementing the bands light show. Inflatables such as the pig used by Pink Floyd during the Division Bell Tour are frequently employed in the bands shows. The band formed in Adelaide, Australia, in 1988. The Australian Pink Floyd Show consists of Steve Mac, Jason Sawford, Colin Wilson, Dave Fowler, Alex McNamara, Paul Bonney, Mike Kidson, Lorelei McBroom, Lara Smiles and Emily Lynn. For those not completely convinced about the tribute bands quality, both Gilmour and Mason have bestowed praise upon them. TAPFS was personally asked by Gilmour to play at his private 50th birthday party; and mason recently told BBC Radio in an interview that the Australian Pink Floyd were probably better than us.Photos courtesy of FLIPSWITCH PRAbove right, The Australian Pink Floyd Show brings its Set the Controls Tour to Ruth Eckerd Hall on Oct. 8. Above, left, the band performs The Trial from the bands 1979 album The Wall. International Chorale seeks tenors, bassesDUNEDIN The International Chorale of Dunedin meets Mondays, 7 p.m., at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 705 Michigan Blvd. The group specializes in all types of music including songs from around the world. Performances are given at churches, mobile home communities, clubs and activity centers. Members travel and sing aboard ships and at churches at their destinations. The group plans to travel to the British Isles in July 2015. Currently, the group is in need of tenors and basses who can travel. For information, call Bev Peck at 789-0256.Olde Bay Caf and Crab Festival setDUNEDIN Olde Bay Caf and Dunedin Fish Market will hold its annual Craft Beer and Crab Festival on Friday, Oct. 17, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 18, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., at Edgewater Park by the marina. The event is open to the public and admission is free. This years event will have live music from local bands including the Black Honkeys, The Blend, Offshore Riot, One Son, and Stone City. Food tents will include locally sourced crabs, smoked mullet, barbecue, hamburgers, hot dogs, local restaurants, vendor booths, childrens activities, and craft beer. This years event proceeds will benefit a local charity, The Homeless Emergency Project, which is one of the oldest and largest social service agencies in Pinellas County. Providing shelter and support services to over 400 men, women and children each day, HEP offers lasting solutions to ending homelessness in our community. As part of their mission to help people in crisis, HEP offers emergency and transitional housing for the temporarily homeless as well as permanent supportive housing for mentally disabled individuals, families with children and veterans. The event is sponsored by Sweetwater Brewing & Great Bay Distributers. Media Sponsor is Tampa Bay Magazine. Local sponsorships will be available by contacting Walt Wickman and will include business names on banners, website and printed materials at 215-8474 or Walt@OldeBayCafe.comMuseum welcomes Floridas first touristsST. PETERSBURG Imagining La Florida, an exhibit showcasing Floridas history during the first Spanish rule, is on display at the St. Petersburg Museum of History, 335 Second Ave. NE. The exhibit will run through March 1, 2015. Museum hours are Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. General admission is $15 a person. Call 894-1052 or visit www.spmoh.org. Just over 500 years ago, Juan Ponce de Leon landed on what he thought was just another Caribbean island. He named it La Florida. Filling the entire main gallery of the St. Petersburg Museum of History, Imagining La Florida offers a new prospective on the rich, yet forgotten history of Florida and how the Sunshine State not Virginia or Massachusetts was the birthplace of our nation. This interactive exhibit tells of Ponces arrival and those Spaniards who came after him, and how the complex interactions of Europeans, Africans and Indians shaped the development of modern Florida. Attendees will have an opportunity to walk through a Spanish galleon and listen to the conquistadors as they prepare for their voyages and bathe in the Fountain of Youth. On loan from the Spanish Crown, the highly sought-after exhibit was curated by USF St. Petersburg History Professor J. Michael Francis, one of the nations leading experts on the Spanish colonial experience in Florida. Francis is the Hough family endowed chair in Florida studies. Stories, artifacts and hands-on activities take attendees from Seville, Spain to the sun-drenched sandy shores of Florida including Tampa Bays history of Spanish exploration. La Florida examines the role of Africans in early Florida, including Fort Mose the first free black community in what would become the United States. The many stories told of Floridas Indians include the female ruler of Nombre de Dios, Dona Maria. Dona Maria was an important Spanish ally and one of the most powerful Indian chiefs in Florida. The exhibit ends with the Fountain of Youth a myth that provided St. Petersburg with its very first tourist attraction. La Florida is an eye-opener for those of us who learned the British version of colonial America, said museum executive director Rui Farias. Artist donates collection to FHMST. PETERSBURG The Florida Holocaust Museum, at 55 Fifth St. S., will present The Holocaust: Artwork by Murray Zimiles, a new exhibit opening Saturday, Oct. 25 and running through Jan. 18, 2015. The museum will host an opening reception on Thursday, Oct. 30, 6:30 p.m. The event is free to FHM members. General admission is $9. Attendees will have an opportunity to tour the exhibition with Zimiles and enjoy a wine and cheese reception. RSVPs are required. Call 8200100, ext. 271. Murray Zimiles is a distinguished artist, well-known for artwork that focuses on the Holocaust, and is widely featured in exhibitions and collections across the United States and around the world. More than 120 pieces of Zimiles work, including drawings, paintings, lithographs and mixed media have been donated to the museums permanent collection, many of which will be on display in the exhibition. Knowing that 10 years of my lifes work is going into good hands is the most important and exciting thing I could hope for, said Zimiles. Creating much of his work in the mid-1980s, Zimiles found interest in the Holocaust after reading a book about the destruction of Polands magnificent wooden synagogues. His large lithographic books, The Book of Fire and To Die with Honor, use eyewitness accounts to touch on the destruction of Eastern European Jewish life, culture and sacred architecture as well as the doomed last stand of the Warsaw Ghetto. These works have been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art (New York), the New York Public Library and the Jewish Museum (New York) among others. Out and about