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THE OBSERVER NEWS PRST STDPAIDRUSKIN, FLORIDA 33570 PERMIT NO. 8 @observersshorefacebook.com/observersouthshoreObserverNews.net Thursday, May 22, 2014 See page 22 for information on the annual Memorial Day Celebration in Sun City CenterThe legacy of Frederick B. KarlCelebrating the Publication of Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young SoldierThe Friends of the Library of Tampa-Hillsborough County Inc. welcome the family and friends of former county administrator, Frederick B. Karl, to a reception to celebrate his legacy and the publication of Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young Soldier. The reception will be held Thursday, May 22, at 5:30 p.m. at the John F. Germany Public Library, Kotler Art Gallery, on the 2nd floor of 900 N. Ashley Drive, Tampa. Karl served as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Armys European Theater of Operations during World War II, and was wounded in the Battle of the Bulge. He was later awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart medals. Karl often said his war experiences as a tank commander during the Battle of the Bulge helped shape the rest of his life and spurred him into public service. That career in public service spanned more than 50 years and included all three branches of state government, as well as city and county governments. In 2010, Karl published his autobiography, The 57 Club: My Four Decades in Florida Politics. When Karl finally began writing Python Tales in 2012, he noted that most of the men and women actively involved in World War II had gone to a better place. Sadly, Karl joined these valiant The late Frederick B. Karl, author of Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young Soldier.Continued on page 5f Attorney General Bondi thanks Seniors vs. CrimeBy %  PENNY FLETCHER penny@observernews.netFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi recently sent her thanks to the Sun City Center branch of Seniors vs. Crime. The statewide organization was 25 years old in March, having been started by a partnership between former Attorney General Vern Thornton and the AARP. The program was initiated to help those older than age 55 who have been or who think they may become victims of consumer fraud. The Attorney Generals Office, however, has recently told its volunteers they may help anyone of any age who asks for assistance, said Jim Granan, manager of South Countys Seniors vs. Crime office located in Sun City Center. We opened our office in February of 2008, said volunteer Gail Gause.PENNY FLETCHER PHOTOJim Granan, manager of South Countys branch of Seniors vs Crime located in Sun City Center, shows off a thank-you from State Attorney General Pam Bondi to two of his volunteers, Gail Gause and Larry Sullivan. Continued on page 26f Memorial Day Monday, May 26 Lennard High teacher wins national award, receives $25,000The Lennard High School math teacher who was profiled in last weeks edition of The Observer News, The SCC Observer and The Current, has received a prestigious national award. The $25,000 Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice was awarded to math teacher Kelly Zunkiewicz, one of more than 800 teachers nationally who applied for the honor. She was one of only four in the nation to receive this award this year. The Fishman Prize is an annual award for inspiring teachers working in high-poverty public schools. Zunkiewicz teaches Advanced Placement Calculus and Pre-Calculus Honors, as well as serving as a math coach. She developed a successful calculus program and holds her students to high expectations. In her AP Calculus class, the exam pass rate increased from 11 percent to 80 percent since she started at Lennard High School. More recently, her students earned a 93 percent average on their first semester exam, surpassing all 26 high schools in Hillsborough County. In addition to receiving $25,000 each, Fishman Prize winners participate in a six-week summer residency at The New Teacher Project during which they will meet with leaders in education, engage in helping more teachers improve their classroom practice, and collaborate on a short paper that captures their insights and knowledge.Lennard High School math teacher Kelly Zunkiewicz was awarded the Fishman Prize for Superlative Classroom Practice.Crawfish Festival moves to South CountyFestival free, but dinners must be ordered by May 26By %  PENNY FLETCHER penny@observernews.netFor the three years its been a standard event in Hillsborough County, the Crawfish Festival has been held in FishHawk on the eastern outskirts of Riverview near Lithia. According to its chairman, Elijah Heath, its finally outgrown its venue and been moved into Riverview. Were thrilled with this, said Tanya Doran, executive director of the Riverview Chamber of Commerce. This is a wonderful thing for Riverview. This year it will be held in the Winthrop Town Centre on Bloomingdale Avenue, and restaurants from within that center are all lending a hand. The date is May 31 from noon to 4 p.m., but meals must be ordered by May 26.Weve decided to make this a real part of our community by kicking off the annual Honorary Mayor of Riverview Race during the event, Doran said. The race is always a charitable event. The Crawfish Festival is a project of the FishHawk/Riverview Rotary Club, and is being planned by a committee run by Heath because he is both a Rotary member and a director on the Riverview chamber board of directors. Because the crawfish are ordered and driven from Louisiana, anyone who wishes to have a crawfish dinner must order before May 26, he said. We will only be buying what we order so there will be no waste, he said. The dinners may be ordered now online at www.fishhawkrivContinued on page 17f The Observer News office will be CLOSED Monday, May 26 in observance of Memorial Day.

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In 2008, Florida legislators agreed that there was no other way to power the state. And the Florida Public Service Commission knew it must plan to go nuclear. Later, it was believed that nuclear power plants would counterbalance global warming, no longer keeping the coal-fired plants burning. Because smaller cities like Tampa are not sure they can afford nuclear power plants, Duke Energy in St. Petersburg, as well as other local utility companies, are adding environmental changes to their coal-fired power plants required by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, so they will not have Florida nuclear option growsto find the bigger bucks to power its communities. Gov. Rick Scott and Florida Cabinet members are allowing Florida Power and Light, the states biggest utility company, to finalize plans to add two new nuclear reactors to a plant outside Miami, as well as lay 88 miles of transmission lines. FPL has been working toward this end since 2006. The Department of Environmental Protection and the Florida Public Service Commission have supported this project since that time, in spite of residents from surrounding cities protesting. The cost of the project will be $24 billion. There is a concern that taxpayers will be paying for the reactors for years before they become a reality. More than one city is suing the state of Florida over this nuclear decision for violating original franchise agreements already in place. Miami city attorney Victoria Mendez said during the recent Cabinet meeting that the nuclear project needed to be brought before the courts because the decision to expand was too onesided. FPL says that the two new nuclear reactors would not come online until 2028, but it assures the community that the reactors will save its customers more than $64 billion over 40 years, the life of the reactors. FPL also is on record as saying it will add 8,000 jobs to the Miami-Dade County area. Coral Gables, along with Miami and Pinecrest, argue that FPL should be installing underground power lines. The affluent communities say they need to reduce the negative economic impact the above-ground power lines will bring on property values. FPL says that if the cities want underground lines, they need to pay for them. Mendez questions why Scott and his Cabinet recommended the nuclear project before the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission has even given its blessing on the project. If there is never NRC approval of these nuclear reactors, then there should be no transmission lines built, and thats the key, Mendez said during the Cabinet meeting. It needs to be clear. However, FPL knows that state law will allow the utility to begin building transmission lines before the NRC approves the nuclear reactor project. If necessary, they can still use the lines for power from their natural gas plants. Coral Gables city attorney Craig Leen said his city had one small win. FPL would reduce its power pole height throughout the city, he said, though the 230-kilovolt power poles would still be from 77 to 85 feet tall. We saw the proposed order, Leen said. We were going to lose, so we tried to get as much as we could get out of this proceeding. We feel its in the best interests of the city. Coral Gables is still suing FPL, in spite of working with them to America s Oil Expres s ANY FULL SER VICE OIL CHANGE W T V $800Off No Appointment NecessaryTRUL Y 10 MINUTES!100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! CARDS 10-MINUTE OIL CHANGE Shopper Obser ver We can ser vice nearly any car!No w Fe aturing:S YNTHETIC BLEND OILS 3852 Sun City Cent er Blv d.Sun City Cent er FLSR 67 4 ne xt to Hungry Ho wie s813-633-930 1 modify the outward appearance of the power poles. Miami-Dade County residents will be asked to start paying for the transmission lines as soon as FPL gets approval from the Florida Public Service Commission. FPL is one of the biggest campaign contributors to the governors office, the Cabinet and the Republican Party of Florida. In 2010, FPL contributed $3 million to those three campaigns. Its time again for the Phil Pegley Black Tip Shark Shootout to benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The event is hosted by Hall of Fame baseball celebrity Wade Boggs, and will be held at the Little Harbor Resort & Club in Ruskin, May 30 and 31. On Sunday, May 25, there will be a Kids Fishing Derby. This is a private event by invitation-only for children suffering from cancer. This tournament is about more than fundraising and fishing. The Shootout works with the director of the Mote Center for Shark Research, Robert E. Hueter Ph.D, using tournament catches as an opportunity to tag the sharks. Tagging allows scientists to evaluate species migration, survival and growth. Entry fee is $250 per boat, with cash prizes for first, second and third places. There will be an awards ceremony and auction at 3 p.m. and free fish fry from 4 to 6 p.m. following the tournament, on May 31 at Little Harbor. Register for the tournament at the captains meeting, Thursday, May 29, at Black Tip Shark Shootout is May 30-31 Little Harbor in the Royal Palm Ballroom. This tournament is a great opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children and families in the community. Every year, the funds raised through the tournament go directly to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation to help fund research toward a cure. Major sponsors for this event are Little Harbor Resort & Club, Walmart, Stingray Chevrolet, J.J. Taylor Co., Ana Banana Fishing Co., Fish Tamer Charters, Dove Carpet One, Pepin Distributing, Bonefish Grill and Power Pole. For more information about the tournament, visit www. 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The sad thing is that some of the most important things we should all remember do not get put on the list, let alone be assigned the coveted A rating. Here are a few things I plan to keep on my list with an A beside them. smile, even when, and maybe more importantly, I do not feel like it. If my world at the moment is dark, there is no reason that the world of those I meet should be dark, too. those with whom I deal. It may take a while to find something encouraging to say to someone, but it gets easier when you train yourself to look for the good not the failures in others. or physical help. It is not always necessary to make a buck from everything we do. Sometimes just being needed is a bountiful paycheck. as little as 30 minutes a day of They also suggest that we form a lifetime habit of healthy eating. We cant put junk fuel into our motors affirmation, declaring my worth. My favorite affirmation is: I am a good and worthwhile person. All those who meet me will be better off for having met me. It may be hard to say at first, but if you start We all may not have the chance to interface with children, but I believe it is one of the best ways to stay young that was ever offered. If you have none of your own, go to any park throughout the summer and watch the children play their hearts out. You will walk away feeling great and have new faith in the future. many blessings. We do not all that is all right; but I would hate to think of living in a world where of trouble, but I bet he would like to hear from us during the good times as well. On the other hand, if dont worry, maybe he will believe in you. Well, those are my A items. They are what I suggest you also put on your A list and practice on a daily basis. You may not get more done and you may not be better organized, but you will be happier.Hodges is a nationally recognized speaker, trainer and syndicated columnist. 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MAY 22, 2014 5men and women on March 7, 2013, at the age of 89. At the time of his death, Python Tales was unfinished. His dedicated friends and family members completed Python Tales and are now proud to present it as a tribute to Mr. Karls legacy. In each and every facet of his public life, Karl made a difference in peoples lives. By tempering the power of politics with high ethical standards and integrity, he became known as a problem-solver who saw to it that government worked for the good of the people and treated everyone with fairness and respect. Proceeds from the sale of Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young Soldier will benefit the Frederick B. Karl Scholarship for Veterans at Stetson University College of Law. For more information, contact the Friends of the Library at 813-2733616 or ileyj@hillsboroughcounty.org. Locally owned and operated by Sun City Center resident25% OffALL SOFAS (excludes sectionals) Authentic Mexican & Tex/Mex Mon-Thurs 7:30AM-8PMAM-9PM 17 7th Ave. N.E. Ruskin, FL 33570 813-419-4921 Chicken Enchilada PlateGreen, Red or Moleincludes Rice, Beans & Salad$5.99 The legacy of Frederick B. Karlf Park Village report noticeThe 2013 Consumer Confidence Report for Park Village Homeowners Association of Ruskin Inc. is available for review at 2035 Park Village Drive, Ruskin, Florida.OmissionIn last weeks Observer News article th Annual Chamber Cup Classic Golf Tournament, the luncheon sponsor, Ricky Ts, name was omitted from the listings. The chamber acknowledges and appreciates this local merchant for its participation. PENNY FLETCHER PHOTOSLocal and county dignitaries and those who first envisioned a college campus in South County break ground May 14 for the new Science and Technology Building at the Ruskin campus of Hillsborough Community College. HCC groundbreaking A large crowd attended celebration of the new building, including members of the Dickman family who donated the land for the campus; former county commissioners such as Jan Platt, foreground; Commissioner Sandra Murman, third from right; professors and student government representatives; administrative staff and members of the architectural crew and construction companies. South County HCC campus president Allen Witt speaks about the colleges past and the future and how student enrollment has exceeded all expectations. Students range from 14-yearolds taking part in the dual-enrollment program in local high schools, to a recently-graduated 74-year-old emergency medical technician. Kenneth Atwater, president of all Hillsborough County Community College complexes, attended the groundbreaking and spoke about the variety of students, and how a campus becomes a hub of a community. Concerts for a CauseNewland Communities awardwinning, free summer Concerts for a Cause series is back at Waterset. Upcoming concerts: May 30 at Waterset, 7-10 p.m. Bluestone Circle plays an exciting mix of funk, disco and classic rock that leaves audiences dancing for more. June 13 at Waterset, 7-10 p.m. Charlie Hotel is a melodic, modern pop-rock band with a dynamic stage presence. June 27 at Waterset, 7-10 p.m. Kings County, coming in from Orlando, performs the best in highparty rock and alternative-modern music. July 4 at Waterset, 6-9 p.m. Stormbringer, back by popular demand, will close Concerts for a Cause at Waterset with its infectious brand of classic and concert rock. Concerts will be held at The Landing at Waterset, 7012 Sail View Lane, Apollo Beach. Admission is free, but attendees are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for donation. For more information, visit www.concerts4cause.com.

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The Internet, other moms (or dads), homeschool co-ops, state resources, and the Florida Parent Education Association are all resources that can help you develop the format best for your child. Formal curriculums can be purchased. They are designed to meet state standards and are often organized by grade level for elementary-school ages and by course for high-school age students. Parents can save money by purchasing through buyers coops or by participating in curriculum swaps. As homeschooling becomes more prevalent, thrifty buyers can even spot deals at yard sales. Sarah Puebla, an experienced homeschooler, states, You dont even have to buy a curriculum. As you become familiar with homeschooling and your childs learning style, you can use the Internet for free to develop your own curriculum. Bloggers on homeschool websites offer a wealth of information that make it fun and exciting for the parents as well as the kids. For example, on the website Homeschool Moms, writer Jeanne Faulconer has published a series of articles she dubbed The Instead of curriculum. One of her suggestions: Instead of putting children through the laborious learning-to-print workbooks, why not change it up and employ a variety of learning techniques? They can spray shaving cream on a large cooking sheet and form their letters with their fingers, fill in the blocks on forms such as contest entries, or go for a walk and spot letters inherent in the shapes of things they see, such as an O in the shape of a manhole cover. Another blogger, Laura Grace Weldon, wrote of the beauty of hands-on learning combined with the natural enthusiasm and curiosity of children. She simply gave a small group of children a hammer, nails and a hand saw (at an age-appropriate level) and let them create. She writes, They spent an afternoon planning their tree fort, enthusiastically arguing over whose plan was best. They were undaunted, even bragged a little about the noise the boards made falling down. Several of them asked family members for advice. A few others paged through books and watched YouTube videos as they tried to figure out basic construction techniques. They started again, and as they worked, they talked about how they would use their clubhouse. It didnt occur to them how much they were learning. Homeschool conventions are a rich source of information. Conventions offer sessions on numerous educational topics, and vendors are more than happy to demonstrate their wares, whether it be textbooks, curriculums, planning books, catalogs, workbooks or other educational tools. Dont have time to attend a convention? No problem. A website called WizIQ allows you to take in a conference online. WizIQ, voted the Best Virtual Classroom Provider in 2013 by the World Education Congress, also helps homeschool co-ops to setup their own conventions. Once you have developed a plan, it is time to get organized. Determine what your needs are for record keeping, lesson planning, and assignment materials. Time and space planning are integral parts of the homeschool process. If at all possible, create space dedicated to school. If you are homeschooling more than one student, you may have to plan for computer-sharing time. Cynthia Ewer, author of Complete Idiots Guide to Getting Organized, writes, The principles used to organize full-time home schooling families also work for every other family where you find children, learning and love. So you may already have a head start. Learning CAN be fun and homeschoolers have a wonderful opportunity to uniquely weave the joy into the learning process every day. Next week: We wrap up this series exploring graduates of homeschool programs and how theyre faring.HOMESCHOOLINGCurriculum and time management Terrific Kids at Corr Elementary SchoolCorr Elementary School honored these Terrific Kids for the quality of honesty. They are: Kindergarten Kahlyn Prieto, Coen Sheets, Mia Rodriguez, Ava Saccaro, Emilee Kingsbury, Kaisen Odlum and Ron Niveya ONeil; First grade Katlyn Rubio, Alex Ramirez, Madison Ramnauth, Joseph Alvarez, Braydon Smith, Kaejah Evans, Kendal Gray and Valerie Jaimes; Second grade Toriana Sewell, Loui Tirado, Franklin Diaz, Tyler Johnson, Anaya Johnson, J.D. Gleason and Connor Diaz; Third grade Britney Sell, Jonathan Collazo, Savannah Parido, Moises Ventura, Anna Chen, Josh Nesmith, Jose Jimenez and Damion Robinson; Fourth grade Jayden Gutierrez, Damion BeaJour, Wendy Zavala, Ashley Van Meter, Mikhi Martinez and Davontae Martin; Fifth grade Kayla Lovell, Sam OSullivan, Ashlyn Ianni, Jillian Gibson, Bradley Sylva and Lillia Rush. SouthShore Regional LibraryKids program/event highlights15816 Beth Shields Way, Pee Wee Artists: Lets Create Tuesday, May 27, 10:30 a.m. Pee Wee Artists, 3-5 years, adult must be present, will join our art instructor and have fun creating an art project to take home. Limit 18. Registration is required; do so at the Information Desk or call 813-273-3652.. Teen Volunteer Orientation Tuesday, May 27, 7 p.m. Prospective teen volunteers are invited to attend this informational session. Topics will include the application process, filling out school forms, shelving guidelines and volunteer expectations. Membership with the Friends of the SouthShore Regional Library helps provide the funding for free programs offered at the Library. If you are interested in becoming a Member of the Friends of the Library, call Jim Duffy at 813-634-1396. www.southshorefriends.com. SouthShore Kiwanis holds school appreciation luncheonThe SouthShore Kiwanis Club recently invited Apollo Beach Elementary School teachers, principal and K-Kids to an appreciation luncheon at Cypress Creek Golf Club. Above are, back row from left: Barbara Mercer, principal; Carolyn Lundy, SouthShore Kiwanis; Tony Petree, president of SouthShore Kiwanis; and Valerie Dickson, school counselor. Front row, from left: Emma Montez, K-Kids secretary; Dax Corr, K-Kids president; and Maya Brown, K-Kids treasurer.

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MAY 22, 2014 9 813-642-1500(SunTrust Building) Sun City Center, FL 33573www.bhhsoridarealty.comFax: 813-633-4815International Internet Exposure Call Today For Your FREE MARKET ANALYSIS Licensed Real Estate Broker: Richard Cohen14 An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Afliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc. Equal Housing Opportunity. EQUAL HOUSING O PPORTUNITY REALTOR.comREALTORSReal Estate Specialists From Tampa to Sarasota Since 1977KINGS POINT201 Bedford Street ................$23,500 1802 Bedford Terr. H169 ......$42,900 406-A Faraday Trail ..............$51,900 1908 Canterbury Lane #9 ..$53,999 410-A Faraday Trail ..............$54,000 408-B Faraday Trail .............$56,000 304-B Friar Court .................$57,900 321 Knottwood Court .........$64,900 2009 Hadrian Court .............$74,900 2518 Locksley Street ...........$114,900 1229 Huntington Greens ...$159,900 1945 Acadia Greens ............$182,500 2323 Brookeld Greens ....$182,900SUN CITY CENTER1522 Belle Glade Ave. ...........$74,900 908 Sun Key Court ...............$78,000 1614 Bentwood Drive ..........$119,900 345 Caloosa Palms Ct. ......$172,000 231 Linger Lane ....................$185,500OTHER AREAS: Valencia Lakes16208 Amethyst Key Dr. ..$200,900 16012 Golden Lakes Dr. ....$284,900 ANNUAL RENTALSCome see our experienced rental agents!2/2 Andover, F/U .........................$850 2/2 Glenmore ................................$950 2/2 Acadia, unfurnished ..........$1,100 2/2 Lancaster, furnished ........$1,200 2/2 Radison I, furnished .........$1,200 BERKSHIRE HATHAWAYHOMESERVICES Homes For Sale: New Listings Daily Annettes Beauty SalonFULL SERVICE SALON for Men & WomenCorner Hwy. 301 & S.R. 674, Suite #201 Village Plaza (on the corner next to BOGGS Jewelers)Golf Cart Accessible Tuesday Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.634-5422Miriam AnnetteNow carrying DERMALOGICA SKIN CARE PRODUCTS FACIALS All American products Shanahan Podiatry, PA Ph: 813-634-0664 Fax: 813-634-0668 813-642-1500(SunTrust Building) Sun City Center, FL 33573www.bhhsoridarealty.comFax: 813-633-4815International Internet Exposure Call Today For Your FREE MARKET ANALYSIS Licensed Real Estate Broker: Richard Cohen14 An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Afliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc. Equal Housing Opportunity. EQUAL HOUSING O PPORTUNITY REALTOR.comREALTORSReal Estate Specialists From Tampa to Sarasota Since 1977KINGS POINT201 Bedford Street ................$23,500 1802 Bedford Terr. H169 ......$42,900 406-A Faraday Trail ..............$51,900 1908 Canterbury Lane #9 ..$53,999 410-A Faraday Trail ..............$54,000 408-B Faraday Trail .............$56,000 304-B Friar Court .................$57,900 321 Knottwood Court .........$64,900 2009 Hadrian Court .............$74,900 2518 Locksley Street ...........$114,900 1229 Huntington Greens ...$159,900 1945 Acadia Greens ............$182,500 2323 Brookeld Greens ....$182,900SUN CITY CENTER1522 Belle Glade Ave. ...........$74,900 908 Sun Key Court ...............$78,000 1614 Bentwood Drive ..........$119,900 345 Caloosa Palms Ct. ......$172,000 231 Linger Lane ....................$185,500OTHER AREAS: Valencia Lakes16208 Amethyst Key Dr. ..$200,900 16012 Golden Lakes Dr. ....$284,900 ANNUAL RENTALSCome see our experienced rental agents!2/2 Andover, F/U .........................$850 2/2 Glenmore ................................$950 2/2 Acadia, unfurnished ..........$1,100 2/2 Lancaster, furnished ........$1,200 2/2 Radison I, furnished .........$1,200 BERKSHIRE HATHAWAYHOMESERVICES Homes For Sale: New Listings Daily Do your children long to spend their summer days in the great outdoors? Would they love the chance to learn about fish and wildlife from experts, and hike or canoe with other children their age? Then its time to sign them up for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissions Ocala Outdoor Adventure Camp. The facility is located in the Ocala National Forest. The summer camp is for boys and girls, ages 9-15, and focuses on fish and wildlife conservation, outdoor skills and firearm-safety. The camp offers six one-week sessions beginning June 16. The camps primary goal is to help children become conservation-minded and good stewards of our fish and wildlife resources. They learn these skills and values through fun and educational, hands-on activities such as fishing, canoeing, swimming, hiking, Sign kids up now for Ocala Outdoor Adventure CampThe 12th annual Frank E. Lowe Childrens Charity Golf Tournament, held April 19 at Apollo Beach Golf Club, was a success once again. Not only was a very good time had by all but the funds raised will allow the charity to positively touch more young lives in the South Shore community. The fundraiser was made possible by the generosity of the Apollo Beach Golf Club, the players who participated and the following sponsors: Richard Worrel, Chester Buck, Desoto Lodge #105, Showmans Shrine Association, Donald and Phillis Elsberry, Florida School of Insurance, Boggs Jewelry, Grace Auto Childrens charity fundraiser a successSales, Faye Steele, Tadpole, Brocatos, Angeloni Tax Advisory Group, Emergency Pest Service, Riverview Bail Bonds, Alliance Hoisting and Elevator, Billys Tire, Northwestern Mutual, Smith and Casady, David and Amy Silver, Little Harbor Marina, Bills Prescription, Brandon Rental, Walt Murrell, Kearney, P&C Plumbing, Interstate Recycling, Wiley Mizer, Boomer, Norbs Southeast Windows & Glass Inc., Beckys Little Learners, Joseph C. Spoto III DMD MAGD, M&B Products, Hahns Tire Outlet, Ruths Steakhouse in Riverview, William B. and Jennifer L. Tracy, Ira and Vi Mills, Walt Fishback, Velma archery and many other outdoor programs. Tuition is $295 per camper per week and includes lodging, food, program materials and instruction. Each weeklong session is divided into four groups, based on individual interest: hunter safety, archery skills, wilderness outdoor skills and the exciting fishing program. The Ocala Conservation Center is on a 57-acre peninsula at Lake Eaton an area rich in history and wildlife. It is 20 miles east of Ocala in Marion County, in the heart of the Ocala National Forest. The facilities are rustic yet comfortable, with air-conditioned cabins and dining hall. The classrooms are fishing piers, shooting ranges, nature trails, Lake Eaton and the vast Ocala National Forest. For more information about the camp and to inquire about availability, please call 352-6252804.Local Farmers Markets Jens Market, Inc., Summer schedule: 2nd and 4th Sundays at Waterside Shops, U.S. 41 just south of Apollo Beach Blvd., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 8 and 22; July 13 and 27; August 10 and 24; 3rd Sundays at The Landing at Waterset, off Big Bend Road and Waterset Blvd., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 15, July 20 and August 17; Sun City Center Chamber of Commerce, 1651 Sun City Plaza Blvd., July 19, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (special event). www.jens-market.com. Brandon Fresh Market, Winthrop Town Center, Corner of Bloomingdale and Providence, Riverview. Open through May, Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; brandonfreshmarket@yahoo.com Plant City Market Place, 708 West Sam Allen Road, Plant City. Open year-round, daily 6 a.m. to 5 p.m.; pcfmarket@gmail.com Ybor City Saturday Market, Centennial Park, Ybor City, corner of Eighth Avenue and 19th Street, Tampa. Open year-round, Saturdays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; www.ybormarket.com Downtown Bradenton Farmers Market, Old Main Street (12th Street West), Bradenton. Open through May, Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.; www.bradentonfarmersmarket.com Lakewood Ranch Farmers Market, Main Street, Lakewood Ranch. Open through May, Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Fishback, The Very Best Barbers of Apollo Beach, S&S Tacos & Stuff, The Shoe Lab, NAPA Auto Parts, Ruskin, Bill and Candis Smith. The Frank E. Lowe Childrens Charitable Fund Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, is a local organization designed to meet the needs of disadvantaged and underprivileged children throughout the South Shore area. The Frank E. Lowe Childrens Charity is a nominee of the SERVE Volunteers in Education, and Hillsborough County Public Schools Partners In Education Award. For more information, call James Greenmum 813-419-4113.

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Southshore Uncorked holds ribbon cuttingThe Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting / grand opening on May 15 for South Shore Uncorked, owned by Steve and Kathy Lieberman. The store, at 1432 Apollo Beach Blvd., allows customers to make their own wine. Southshore Uncorked also sells unique wine accessories and custom wines. For more information, call the shop at 813-649-9466.LARRY BRIGANT PHOTO LARRY BRIGANT PHOTORibbon cutting held for Beauty Bags and BlingThe Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting / grand opening on May 14 for Beauty Bags and Bling, owned by DeeLores Everett. Everett is a consultant with Mary Kay cosmetics, Miche handbags and Park Lane Jewelry; the new company brings all three together to improve a womans overall image. Everett is currently working on becoming a certified image consultant. To reach Everett, call 813-493-9466. Summerfield Womens Golf Association donates to KML FoundationThe Summerfield Womens Golf Association recently donated $1,000 to the KML Foundation Inc., an organization that presents grants and scholarships to local residents. From left: John Kearney, KML president; Charlene Moore, KML comptroller; Teresa Shellman, scholarship recipient; and Genette Scalpone, vice president, SWGA. Shellman, a student at Hillsborough Community College, plans to continue her nursing education at the University of South Florida. By%  JONIE MasASCHEkKMember: Florida Outdoor Writers Assn.Our South Bay waterways have been taken over by schools of redfish. Redfish is still a restricted species. It is from the drum family, and often referred to as red drum. A black spot is always found at the base of its tail. Its not unusal to find one with more than one signature black spot. The average weight of a redfish is about eight pounds, and the largest on record is 83 pounds. Redfish tastes great when baked with crab stuffing or fresh veggies. Legal limit is one per day, l8 inches minimum and 27 inches maximum. Flounder were in the swim last week instead of sleeping on the bottom. Fishermen following the redfish schools found that flounder were keeping them company. Popular in our waters is summer flounder, southern or ocellated. To catch this flatfish, youll need to dangle your bait over them while they are lounging on the bottom. Flounder is on most restaurant menus and is often fried, stuffed or baked. It takes practice to learn how to fillet a flat fish. One angler says he has a nail on his cutting board to attach the fish before trying to fillet it. Legal catch is l2 inches minimum, and 10 per harvest, per day. Cobia love our warm climate. In colder weather, they escape to the warm water flow of the TECO plant in Apollo Beach. Now is a great time to boat a cobia. Some call this fish black salmon. It is a Fish Tales: Redfish, cobia plentiful in our watersgame fish that may keep you occupied for more than an hour. Often called a lonewolf, it likes hiding behind buoys, old wrecks and channel markers. They will eat most any live bait. This fish is found all over the world, with different names. Good to eat if properly prepared by bleeding while still alive or trimming off the dark meat. Last week there were the usual catches of sheepshead. A lean white-meated fish and very good table fare, it is often called convict fish because of its black and white stripes. It has a bone-structured mouth that makes it difficult to set a hook. Freshwater anglers were happy with freshwater catfish, pan fish, and large-mouth bass catches. Some used artifical baits, others live worms. It was in May l988 that we experienced an industrial spill from the phosphate plant on U.S. 41 in Gibsonton. It was some time until fishing got back to normal. I wrote a story on this and that shows you how long I have been writing Fish Tales. Today, May 22, is my birthday, and I was surprised with a party given by the gals of my Sunday school class, thanks to Velma Holland, Christine Colding, Lillian Lane and Vicki Carpenter.FIISHH TALEES

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Thu 22: SilverSneakers (MSROM)* WII GAMES 9:30 to 10:30 am 2:30 to 3:30 pm Fri 23: SALSA DANCING SIT AND BE FIT (NEW! As seen on PBS via our big screen TV) 10 to 11 am 1:30 to 2:30 pm Mon 26: JSA CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAYCLOSED TODAY Tue 27: SilverSneakers (MSROM)* DIABETES WORKSHOP *MUST REGISTER: ARLETTE (727) 828-2411 11 am to Noon 1 to 3 pm >>> Wed 28: LINE DANCING*: Beginners or Advanced 11 am to Noon; 12:15 to 1:15 pm Thu 29: SilverSneakers (MSROM)* 9:30 to 10:30 am Fri 30: SALSA DANCING SIT AND BE FIT (NEW! As seen on PBS via our big screen TV) 10 to 11 am 1:30 to 2:30 pm Fa cebook Lik e Bu tt on e Dr. Vu Tran Dr. Regy KorahJSA Medical Group Sun City Center Activity CenterEVENTS CALENDAR PLEASE WELCOME TO OUR PHYSICIAN TEAM!Dr. LamielleJSA Medical Group in Sun City Center is a comprehensive primary care clinic with many services offered in-house including radiology and labs! There is no better time to become a member of JSA!Call Today! (813) 634-2500ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTSIncluding Humana and CarePlus Medicare Advantage Plan MembersJSA Medical Group Sun City Center Activity Center is open to the community & offers a variety of FREE community & patient events including Yoga, Salsa, health lectures, parties, line dancing & more! (*Classes are subject to change)MAY 2014 EVENTS *REGISTER NOW! (813) 419-5020 NEXT DIABETES WORKSHOP: Tuesday, May 27 1 to 3 pm Please register for these workshops by calling Arlette at (727) 828-2411 Next Diabetes workshop will be Tuesday, June 24th Please check your insurance coverage for SILVERSNEAKERS class participation eligibility. LINE DANCING PARTICIPANTS: Close-toe shoes with non-stick bottoms only permitted. No scented perfumes & lotions to class. DR. MARK LAMIELLE JSA MEDICAL GROUP SUN CITY CENTER787 Cortaro Drive Sun City Center, FL 33573 We now have a Facebook page! facebook.com/ JSAMedicalGroup/ SCCACVisit us online to view the monthly calendar and upcoming events: JSAMedicalGroup.com click the events tabJUNE 2014 EVENTS *REGISTER NOW! Mon 02: MONDAY MORNING MOVIES SIT AND BE FIT (VIA OUR LARGESCREEN TV) 10 to NOON 1:30 to 2:30 pm Tue 03: SilverSneakers (MSROM)* 11 am to Noon Wed 04: LINE DANCING*: Beginners or Advanced 11 am to Noon; 12:15 to 1:15 pm Thu 05: SilverSneakers (MSROM)* WII GAMES 9:30 to 10:30 am 2:30 to 3:30 pm MAY 22, 2014 11 Publix Del Webb Blvd. E.Hightower DermatologyWal-Mart S.R. 674 U.S. 301KORTNEY D. HIGHTOWER, M.D.Board Certied Dermatologistwww.HightowerDermatology.comHightowerDermatology@gmail.com Call Now 813-634-1484Accepting New PatientsPracticing in Tampa Bay area since 2007 955 E. Del Webb Blvd. Ste. 101 Sun City Center, FL 33573 Located in Commonwealth Medical Plaza behind Publix in Sun City Center By %  CAPT. JOEL BRANDENBURG www.anabananashing.comMay brings in the heavy hitters. The water temp goes into the mid to high 70s and big fish invade the bay and inland waters to feed and breed. The big fish in May are tarpon, king fish, cobia and shark. Here are tips on how to successfully target these May monsters! TARPON: Most of our bay area tarpon have made a two-month migration up the west coast from the Keys. They usually stay and feed and breed for a month or three, then they migrate back south. Some Monsters of Maygo farther north before heading back south, and we call them back sliders. Our tarpon seasons length is determined by weather. The better the weather, the more back sliders there are. The more back sliders, the longer the season because they visit the bay area coming and going. So we get two shots at the same fish weeks or months apart. Good weather means a good tarpon season. Site casting tarpon on the beaches is my favorite type of tarpon fishing. I like to cast live, hand-sized thread fins at them. But if the crabs are flowing, then I like to cast a live crab. Bridge fishing is fun, too. I like to fish with fresh dead, cut, hand-sized thread fins, not frozen and thawed. Tarpon can tell if its frozen. Its hard to fool Mother Nature! Tarpon tip of the year for bridge fishing is: chum, A LOT. KING FISH: Kings are here to feed and breed as well. Nothing is more exciting then to see a giant king fish launch on your bait and shoot 15 feet into the air like a rocket. King fish hang farther to the west out in the Gulf of Mexico, and some do migrate north and south. But most come from the deep. My favorite way to target kings in May is to slow troll, and I like to troll as slow as my boat will go. Slow trolling won team Ana Banana the King of the Beach Tournament a couple years ago. Trolling live lady fish and mullet is my favorite technique. Also try anchoring or drifting with balloons over your baits. Several captains swear by the kite technique. King fish tip of the year: Use as light a wire leader as you can. Wire leader size is determined by water celerity. Murky water, heavier wire; clear water = light wire. Also, always use a stinger rig. Over half of our caught kings were landed with the stinger hooks stuck in them. Their strike is so violent it helps to have two hooks on a single line. COBIA: If youve never hung into a huge cobia, definitely add that to your bucket list. Cobia can act dumb like a buck in rut or sly as a fox. In winter, we target huge cobias in and around the warm waters of power plants. We find them riding under rays, manatees and sea turtles. Starting in May we find them primarily daisy-chaining around markers, buoys, poles, shipping channel cans and bridges. In winter months, we find horseshoe crabs, blue crabs and stone crabs in their stomachs along with an occasional seahorse, baby bonnet head shark, star fish or sand dollar. Theory is they hang under big rays, manatees, and sea turtles who sweep the sand bottoms with their flippers, wings, or tails, brushing sand off the baits mentioned above. In May, cobias breed. The reason they are daisy-chaining around structures is so the male can spread his sperm to the fertile female. Many times in May, youll spot two cobia together, one monster and one small one. The females are bigger, with wide heads; males are smaller with narrow heads. Cobia tip of the year: Use live 8-inch stingrays for bait. For a charter with Captain Joel, visit www.anabananafishing.com or call 813-267-4401 or visit him in person at Hooks Waterfront Restaurant at Little Harbor Resort. NO FISH, NO PAY! Ask about our hook n cook special, YOU HOOK EM! WE COOK EM! Good weather means a good tarpon season in Tampa Bay.

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12 MAY 22, 2014 BC1402246-0514 St. Josephs Heart Institute 80 Years Experience Cathy came to St. Josephs Hospital with symptoms related to atrial brillation, a heart rhythm disorder. She was the rst patient at St. Josephs to undergo the new cryoballoon ablation procedure. Today Cathy doesnt take any medication for her irregular heartbeat, only an aspirin a day. She is grateful for the care she received at St. Josephs Hospital.e Heart Institute at St. Josephs Hospital brings you advanced technology and the full spectrum of heart services, while continuing to provide the level of personalized care you have come to expect. You can feel condent that a leading center for diagnosing and treating patients with heart conditions is right here in Tampa. Opened February 2014, the new Heart Institute at St. Josephs Hospital ushers in the latest era of cardiovascular care in Tampa Bay. Facility Highlights Quick access Collaborative care Expanded services I feel younger than Ive felt in ve years. Cathy D., a real patient of St. Josephs Hospital

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If you have never been here, just ask your neighbor.Here are some samples 0050 0000 00 ITS A UNIQUE STORE WITH LOTS TO OFFERFRIENDLY SERVICE, FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED FOR 30 YEARS!Big Enough to Serve You Small Enough to Know You *Note: We do not buy our stock by the item, but by the trailer load. We dont know what is on the truck until we get it. Some items may be here today and not tomorrow Ruskin Animal Hospital & Cat Clinic Drs. Ott, Langston,Waldy & Heaton PET TIP: Touching newborn kittens will not cause the mother to reject them. If the mother cat has been in the home with you and is used to your scent, she shouldnt mind you touching her kittens. Dear Savvy Senior, What resources can you recommend for finding the value of old items? I inherited a large number of old antiques and unique art from my great aunt, and I would like to find out what some of these items are worth. Seeking Answers Dear Seeking, There are actually a number of resources and online tools available today that can help you find out the value of almost any item. Here are some tips to help you proceed. Get an Appraisal While many people use local antiques shops or collectable dealers to find out the value of old and/ or unique items, its usually best to use a certified appraiser whos accredited and meets professional and ethical standards. Certified appraisers are more likely to give you a fair judgment because theres no conflict of interest. Its actually a violation of professional ethics for an appraiser to offer to buy an item he or she has appraised. A professional appraiser will provide you a written report that includes a full description of your item and the procedure used to estimate its current value. For their service, you can expect to pay either a flat fee or an hourly rate from $200 to $400, depending on their expertise and location. Avoid an appraiser who asks for a fee based on a percentage of the items value. If an appraiser thinks an object isnt worth a written appraisal, he or she might recommend other resources to arrive at a value. To locate an appraiser either by location or specialty, search online at one of the three professional appraising organizations: the American Society of Appraisers (appraisers.org, 800-272-8258), which has around 5,000 members worldwide; Appraisers Association of America (appraisersassoc. org) that has around 700 members; and the International Society of Appraisers (isa-appraisers.org), with about 900 members. Online resources You can also get estimates by professional appraisers and other experts through a number of websites. How it works: Upload photos of your items and provide descriptions, and the sites send back valuations usually within a week. Sites that provide this type of service include: Value My Stuff (valuemystuff.com/us), which charges $10 for one appraisal, $25 for three or $75 for 10; and WorthPoint (worthpoint.com), which charges $30 for one item or $75 for three, or you can pay $20 for a monthly membership that provides unlimited access to their antiques and collectables valuations. Another resource for finding out what antiques and collectables are worth is Kovels (kovels.com, 800829-9158), which offers a free basic membership that gives you access to its online price guide, or you can purchase one of their premium services that run $39 or $60 a year. They also sell the Kovels Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide 2014 for $28, which reports on recent prices paid for 35,000 items in more than 700 categories at auctions, shops, shows, flea markets and online. You may also be able to get an idea of what others are willing to pay for your stuff by searching similar items on the massive online auction site ebay.com, or the classified ads site craigslist.org. Both of these sites are free to search. Tax-deductible value If you are interested in donating any of your items, you can find out the tax-deductible value at free valuation sites available yearround by tax-prep companies such as Turbo Tax at turbotax.intuit. com/personal-taxes/itsdeductible. The Salvation Army also offers a valuation guide at satruck.org/ donation-value-guide. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of The Savvy Senior.Find out how much your old stuff is worthThe Savvy Senior:By Jim Miller Memorial Day ceremony at Veterans Park is Sunday, May 25The Veterans Council of Hillsborough County Inc., with the support of the Board of County Commissioners, will conduct its annual Memorial Day Celebration at the Veterans Memorial Park & Rear Admiral LeRoy Collins Jr. Museum at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 25. The Park is at 3602 U.S. 301, Tampa, just south of the Florida State Fairgrounds. The theme of the celebration is: Memorial Day Remembrance, For God and Country. County Commissioner Kevin Beckner will make brief remarks. Keynote speaker will be USAF Col. Scott DeThomas, Commander, 6th Air Mobility Wing, at MacDill Air Force Base. This will be Col. DeThomass last event at Veterans Memorial Park, as he will retire from the U.S. Air Force this summer. For the 17th consecutive year, Charles Haugabrooks will perform a series of patriotic songs emblematic of a somber Memorial Day tribute. Colors will be presented by the 6th Air Mobility Wing Color Guard from MacDill, the invocation delivered by Dr. Linda J. Pugsley, LtCol, CAP, Chaplain, FL 089, MacDill, and the Benediction will be delivered by D. Jobe, Veterans Council assistant chaplain. Frank Strom, managing director of the Veterans Affairs Division for Hillsborough County, and Mike ODell, president of the Veterans Council of Hillsborough County, will make remarks. The Scottish American Military Society will conduct the POW/ MIA Missing Man Ceremony, followed by a wreath presentation by the areas Gold Star Wives, Mothers and Families to honor Fallen Warriors and pay tribute to Hillsborough County Fallen Heroes of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. The Riverview detachment of the Marine Corps League will fire a rifle salute and play Taps. The public is invited and encouraged to attend and visit the recently dedicated War Memorials and Museum. Refreshments will be provided by VFW Post 8108 Mens and Ladies auxiliaries, Riverview. For further information, call Walt Raysick at 813-653-4924 or email wraysick@ verizon.net. To thank teachers and school board employees for all they do, the Museum of Science and Industry, or MOSI, has begun offering free annual individual memberships on an ongoing basis to all Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas county teachers, faculty and school-board employees. Any employee with a valid school ID from participating counties can enjoy free admission to more than 450 exhibits and displays focused on STEAM, or Art and Math education, for an entire MOSI offers school board employees complimentary membershipyear. Memberships are valid for 12 months from the date of registration. To redeem their free membership, teachers, faculty and school employees must go to MOSI, in person, and present a valid ID or recent pay stub. Free membership does not include IMAX DOME Theatre films, special engagement exhibitions or the Ropes Course/Zip Line. Museum hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; weekends, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 813-987-6000 or visit mosi.org.

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Michael Scionti, a candidate for Circuit Court Judge for Group 19, Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, is a former state prosecutor. He has done tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq as an officer in the U.S. Army and was awarded the Bronze Star. Wahoo Jacobs with Pangea Realty Group specializes in business development in the South Shore area. He not only deals in commercial properties but he works as a business coach to improve small businesses or assists to find a buyer for a business, DeeLores Everett has opened a new business, Beauty Bags and Bling, which combines her Mary Kay, Miche handbags and Park Lane Jewelry connections to help women improve their overall image. She is currently studying to become a certified image consultant. What had been The Docks (and subsequently Bobbys) restaurant in the Publix shopping plaza in Apollo Beach is now Ricky Ts, with a whole new dcor and menu. Ricky Ts held its grand opening May 7. The Tampa Bay Arts and Education Network is focused on using the arts for good. Located on Verizon Channel 32 and Bright House Channel 614, TBAE Network is Tampas local source for education, culture and the arts with no commercials. Legal Services Limited in Wimauma assists residents and businesses with paralegal work, including document preparation. While it is not a law office and no advice is offered, it does provide a lower cost way to handle common legal proceedings. Another candidate for Circuit Court Judge is Robert Bauman, who is running in Group 34. He is a certified moderator and was named National High School Soccer Coach of the Year in 2006. He was also named one of Tampas Top Lawyers by Tampa Bay Magazine in 2010. Innovative Solar, owned by Jerry Teracek, provides solar heating for swimming pools, hot water for the home and solar-powered attic fans. They also offer heat pumps for pools, but say most of their business is solar. Theres a new assisted living facility in the area, located in the River Bend subdivision in Ruskin. Owned by Tim Soliman, River Bend Care is a seven-bed residence with an emphasis on individual-By DANA DITTMARExecutive Director SCC Chamber of Commerce You, me and business: Welcome, new members!ized care. The facility also offers adult day care so caregivers can get some much-needed time off. Mackey Productions, under the direction of creative director Stuart Mackey, produces marketing and event videos, video conversions and assists businesses with social media. He is currently assisting the Chamber with educational videos for the Small Business Academy, which will be available on YouTube. The Chamber offers a free networking luncheon every Wednesday at 11:45 a.m. in the banquet room. Its open to nonmembers. Bring plenty of business cards.2014 Hurricane Expo; area residents encouraged to survive, thrive and stay aliveWith hurricane season right around the corner, Hillsborough County, the City of Tampa and the Museum of Science and Industry, or MOSI, are teaming up once again to host the 2014 Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo to bring area residents the latest information on hurricane preparation. This years event takes place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 31, at MOSI, 4801 E. Fowler Ave. Admission to the Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo is free. The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and continues through Nov. 30. The Hurricane Expos goal is to raise awareness about the importance of disaster preparedness. Expo attendees will learn what to do before, during and after a storm. Residents will learn the importance of having a solid disaster plan in place well in advance so they can quickly recover after a storm. The event will provide kid-friendly entertainment, games and other activities. Adults and children will enjoy a display of various vehicles from first-responder agencies. A variety of speakers and vendors will also be on hand. Attendees also will have the chance to win one of two Kindle Fire HD tablets. Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo attendees will hear from professional meteorologists during question-and-answer weather panels at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Also, a resiliency/survivors panel will take place at 10 a.m., where guests can hear real stories from people who have experienced and recovered from a disaster, along with expert advice and preparation techniques to protect themselves and their homes. For more information and the latest news on the 2014 Tampa Bay Hurricane Expo, or to become a vendor/sponsor, visit www.TampaBayHurricaneExpo.com.Phishing scam baits businessesThe Department of Business and Professional Regulation, or DBPR, last week issued a warning to Floridians after learning that individuals posing as DBPR employees are allegedly targeting licensed businesses and professionals. The callers are asking victims for personal information. The request for personal information is unusual activity for a DBPR employee. DBPR has confirmed that the phone calls are in no way connected with the department or its regulatory authority. If a consumer receives a call from someone claiming to be a DBPR employee who is asking for personal information, they should not provide any personal or financial information. A consumer-safety tip is to ask the caller to return the phone call to verify their authority and call the DBPR Customer Contact Center at 850-487-1395. 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16 MAY 22, 2014 Best for Last! Elegant Paired Villas from the $160s Luxury Single-Family & Estate Homes from the low $200s to $400s TAMPA SARASO TA FLORIDAS NEW Russia revisitedWith all of the attention being given today to the incursion by Russian armed forces into Crimea and possibly the rest of Ukraine, a Kings Point, Sun City Center couple decided to revisit the most interesting tour they made of the old Soviet Union back in 1989. Pennsylvania natives Frank and Jackie Yanacek retired early from satisfying careers to ensure that they would be better fit to withstand the rigors of travel, particularly internationally. This revisit turned out to be a rewrite of a series of articles Frank wrote for the Anderson Independent Mail, the newspaper in Anderson, S.C., where they were living when they made their trip to the Soviet Union. In this latest series, they have updated and incorporated into their new article coverage of their trip that Jackie had included in her memoirs. This is the first segment of the series. Subsequent articles will be published in their entirety at www.ObserverNews.net. By %  FRANK and JaACkKIE YANACECEK With world attention at the time focused on glasnost (openness) and perestroika (restructuring) introduced in the Soviet Union by President Mikhail Gorbachev, that country was right at the top of the list of places we decided to visit. We wanted to get a sneak preview of the many widespread ramifications that these movements were sure to have not only on the Soviet Union but also on the rest of the Eastern Bloc and, indeed, the entire world. We wanted to get a better look, up close and personal, of the Soviet Bear from whom we had been protected for so long by so many tax dollars. Before embarking on the trip, we spent many months learning and relearning information about the country, its language and its people. Frank had studied Russian 37 years earlier at the Army Language School in Monterey, Calif., and served as a Russian interpreter with the U.S. Army Security Agency in Germany in 1953. Since he had not used the language for some time, it took some effort to get up to speed. Jackie had also taken a couple of semesters of Russian in college, so she brushed up her skills as well. The months of preparation really paid off. Being able to speak directly with the people on the street, to get their firsthand thoughts on what was happening, and what they hoped would happen, in their country and the rest of the world was by far the most outstanding aspect of the trip. Including a day of travel in each direction, our trip to the Soviet Union covered 16 days. We visited five Soviet cities, traveling on a packaged tour with a group of 18 others. But we had plenty of free time in each city to explore on our own. Our flights to and from the USSR were on Pan Am 747s, which operated in conjunction FRANK YANACEK PHOTOSSt. Basils Cathedral, Moscow. The Kremlin wall and cathedral domes in Red Square, Moscow.with Aeroflot, the Soviet state airline. The crews of flight attendants consisted of Americans and Soviets alike. Our flights within the Soviet Union were all via Aeroflot. At the time we made our trip, many Americans mistakenly referred to the country we visited as Russia, and to its people as Russians. Actually, at that time, Russia was only one of 15 independent republics. Some of the others better known were the Baltic republics of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, and the Armenian, Georgian and Ukrainian republics. In 1991, two years after our visit, the Soviet Union, broke up in what Vladimir Putin, the current Russian president, recently called the biggest geopolitical tragedy of the 20th Century! Today, all 15 former Soviet republics are now, at least for the time being, depending on Putins agenda, independent nations. It is interesting to note that the Crimea, recently occupied by Russian armed forces, is a peninsula jutting into the Black Sea. It was mostly a tourist destination for the rest of the Soviet Union, and was part of the Russian Republic until it broke up. It was gifted to the Ukrainian Republic in 1954 by Nikita Khrushchev, the Soviet leader at the time. The gift was ostensibly to mark the 300th anniversary of Ukraines merger with the Russian empire. As a teenager, Khrushchev worked in Ukraines mines. He married a Ukrainian woman and considered the Ukraine one of his native lands. Today, Putin is apparently determined to take back that gift and possibly more. The 15 republics were home to a total of 115 different nationalities. The Russian language was the official language of the entire nation, although local languages were used extensively outside the Russian Republic, and several republics made failed efforts to make their native language the official language of their republic. The initials commonly used to denote the country, USSR, stand for Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. On Soviet maps, this was shown as CCCP in the Cyrillic alphabet, or SSSR in our alphabet. The first S is for the Russian word Soyuz, or Union. This same name, Soyuz, you may recall, was given to one of their initial space stations. In the course of our journey, we visited five cities in three different republics: Moscow and St. Petersburg (the latter was named Leningrad at the time of our visit) in Russia, Yalta and Kiev in the Ukrainian Republic, and Baku in Azerbaijan. In the latter two republics, the independent spirit of the natives was very evident. It would have been most interesting to visit the Baltic republics, or Georgia or Armenia, where widespread but relatively peaceful demonstrations were being held. Our travel and tours within the USSR were coordinated by Intourist, the Soviet state travel bureau. One native guide, Anna, an avowed Communist Party member, accompanied us on the entire tour. We also picked up a local guide in each city we visited. Although our visas provided for travel to only these five cities, we were free to travel on our own anywhere we wished within these broad areas. We are certain that we were not in any way followed, but we noticed that there were two or three policemen on most street corners! NEXT Were off! The Yanaceks memorable trip can be read in its entirety at www.observernews.net.

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MAY 22, 2014 17erviewrotary.org by checking single ticket at $15 or family package at $40. The single dinners include crawfish, potatoes and corn, while other foods, including hamburgers and hot dogs, are available for children and others who do not eat crawfish. The event and parking are free. Only dinners and other food and items purchased will have a cost. Eating is not all that accompanies the fourth annual Crawfish Festival. There will also be much camaraderie, and music by singer Mackenzie Raye and local acoustic duo Zebron and James from Tampa. Children wont be left out either, as Bounce Houses and face painting will be among the childrens activities. Money from the event will go to scholarships at A Kids Place childcare; ECHO, or Emergency Care Help Organization, a local helping agency; the Brandon Outreach Clinic, which serves many without health insurance, including some homeless; the Y Honor Flight; and scholarships at three local high schools: Riverview, Newsome and Spoto. Hats will be thrown into the ring on Sullivan Street at 1 p.m. for the race for Honorary Mayor of Riverview. This is an annual charity event of the Riverview Chamber of Commerce, with Cliff Kennedy the reigning mayor. Its time to pull down that favorite hat whether it be a construction hat, a straw gardeners hat, a baseball cap or a fedora and prepare to throw it into the ring. The Honorary Mayor represents Riverview at events around the community and sometimes the state during the next year, and each candidate has a chance to name the charity for which he or she is collecting. Anyone with questions about the event, or who wishes to help, may contact Heath, who works at Edward Jones investments, at 813-657-2078. People with questions about the Mayors Race may contact the Riverview chamber at 813-234-5944. Most questions, however, have answers on the above website.Crawfish Festivalf The smell of success CHERE SIMMONS PHOTOSMike Parsons Ink is thriving and celebrating its fourth year in business in Riverview. Pictured is Mike Parsons, owner and tattoo artist; Meranda Campbell, office manager; Derek Raulerson, Matt Lang and Kurtis Todd, all tattoo artists. The smoke from a huge barbecue permeated the Shoppes at South Bend in Riverview last Sunday where Mike Parsons Ink celebrated its fourth annniversary in business. To thank his clientele, and to welcome new customers, there was barbecued pork and chicken with all the fixings, free to all who attended. The success of the local tattoo shop can be attributed to high quality artistry, an upscale, clean environment and a diverse customer base. Along with the barbecue prepared by pit bosses Ty Simmons and Steve Simmons there were tattoo gift card giveaways, a tandem low-rider bicycle raffle, and raffles for stereo equipment. A display booth and prizes were provided by Audio Plus Inc., and a custom car exhibit by Superior Autos For You was also at the event. The tattoo shop is located at 13346 Lincoln Road, Riverview, near Ace Hardware and East Coast Pizza. For an appointment, stop by or call 813-374-2146. Visit www.MikeParsonsInk.com for more information about the artists and to see a gallery of their work. At right, customers line up for a barbecue dinner; below, Frank Ganley thanks Hannah Simmons for pulling his winning ticket out of the bag. Owner Mike Parsons had numerous giveaways for the event. Neil Thomas of Kings Point got his first-ever tattoo from Mike Parsons Ink. He now has eight tattoos. Tom Mims, the chef at P.F. Changs restaurant, opted for a vegetable medley tattoo. It is in the finishing stage right now. The next prize was awarded to anyone with a pig or hog tattoo. No problem, this client obliged and took home his winnings.

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Drain issues dont just happen 9-5 Monday through Friday, so our company has someone available 24-7 for all your emergency needs.Stop by the office today at 139 S. Pebble Beach Blvd. Suite 202 or call at 813-633-8923 to book your appointment. You can also make contact via their website at Suncitycenterplumbing.com SouthShore Regional LibraryAdult program/event highlights Internet: Safety and Security Thursday, May 22, 12:30 p.m. Learn how to surf the Internet while avoiding common scams and pitfalls that can compromise your security. Learn about different types of malicious software, how they get on the personal computer, how to remove them, and precautions to take when using the internet. Limit: 20.Movie Discussion: 1001 Movies to See Before You Die Friday, May 23, 2:30 p.m.Join us to watch a film from the list, 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. After the showing, there will be a brief discussion of the movie. Managing Media Tuesday, May 27, 12:30 a.m. Learn about saving files using cloud storage and USB devices. Learn how to transfer and download digital content. Limit: 20. Military Records in Genealogy Tuesday, May 27, 7 p.m. Learn strategies and tips for doing genealogy research using United States military records. eBooks for Tablets and SmartPhones Wednesday, May 28, 10:30 a.m. Learn how to check out and download free library eBooks to read on an Android, Blackberry, iPad, iPhone or Windows 7 device, using a free app. Learn how to register for a free Adobe ID to wirelessly check out and download library eBooks to an electronic tablet. Presented by the Tampa Bay Library Consortium. Limit: 20.Family Center of Deafness Telephone Distribution Wednesday, May 28, 1 p.m.Presented by Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc., or FTRI. FTRI provides free specialized equipment and training to qualified Florida residents who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired. The equipment enables them to place and receive phone calls. SouthShore Needle People Wednesday, May 28, 6 p.m. Join other needle people to share techniques, tips and experiences about knitting and other fiber and fabric crafts. Bring a project to work on. Beginners and questions are welcome. Mah Jongg Club Wednesday, May 28, 6:30 p.m. Enjoy an evening of the popular table game, mahjongg. Beginners are welcome; free instruction will be provided. Participants are asked to bring their own mahjongg card. Limited to 32 players. Register in advance at the Information Desk or call 813-273-3652. Membership with the Friends of the SouthShore Regional Library helps provide the funding for free programs offered at the Library. If interested in becoming a member of the Friends of the Library, call Jim Duffy at 813-634-1396, www.southshorefriends.com. Business slow? Advertise in The ObserverWe cover south Hillsborough County with a circulation of 48,000 papers every week! We offer many options in every price range...from classified ads to full pages. Call 813-645-3111 and ask to speak to an advertising representative today. For more information, visit us on the web at www.ObserverNews.net C.A.R.E. is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For directions, visit www.CareShelter.org or call 813-645-2273.PHOTOS MARLENE GREENBERgG Otis Kory Otis is a gray-and-white male domestic medium hair. There isnt a volunteer who can pass by his bed without saying hello to this cute boy. He is a very expressive and attractive adult cat. Otis is looking for a real forever home. Why not go meet him at the shelter? Otis has been neutered, microchipped and brought current on his shots. DOB: January 2, 2009.Kory is a young pup that was found with his sister Asia. He is eager to play with all who come to visit his run. He would do best in an active home with a fenced yard. Kory is one lucky pup to be staying temporarily at C.A.R.E. He will need to be taught basic commands; wont you be the one to teach him? As part of his adoption, Kory will be neutered, microchipped and current on his vaccinations. DOB: December 2, 2013..

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20 MAY 22, 2014 LANDSIDE941.758.78806906 14th St. W. on US 41(1.5 miles north of SRQ Airport) ELLENTON941.721.77731525 51st Ave. E.(Next to Ellenton Mall) CORTEZ941.792.00776696 Cortez Rd.(5 minutes from Anna Maria Island) w w w o y s t e r b a r .n e t FREE Margarita On Us!Limit one per person, per visit. Expires 5/31/2014 With purchase of entre & this coupon. Good at all 3 locations. C ME M ORIAL DAY We honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrice. Monday, May 26 thAll day Friday, May 23rd to Monday, May 26th Kids eat for a Penny An Inch*(10 and under)11am-5pm & 8pm-close Happy Hour Every Day! It feels so good knowing that by pre-planning weve protected not only each other but also our entire family! Thank you, National Cremation Society National CremationSOCIETY FREE LUNCH and SEMINARon the benets of pre-planning your cremation 1212 Apollo Beach Blvd., Apollo BeachTues., May 27 Tues., June 3Seminars begin at 11 a.m. 1212 Apollo Beach Blvd., Apollo BeachFri., May 30 Fri., June 6Seminars begin at 11 a.m. LEAVE YOUR CHECKBOOKS AT HOME CALL NOW(813) 401-1159 GENE DYREKReservation required. Limited seating. First time attendees only. Discount savingsto those who attend A+ Many hands pitch in to improve the landscape at My Warriors PlaceTraditionally, the first Saturday of May is dedicated to Join Hands Day, celebrated by fraternal organizations across the country. Its a day where youth and adults develop a special relationship by working on a community project together, an activity that will make a difference in their community. This year the project was My Warriors Place, and the group that turned out was significant: students and two teachers from East Bay High Schools Agriscience and Technology department; youth and adults from the Gulf Coast Arbor, a fraternal organization sponsored by The Gleaner Life Insurance Society; members of Rolling Thunder, an advocacy group for POWs; and Bay Area Arbor members. In all, more than 60 students and adults worked together on their special project. My Warriors Place, located on the Manatee River in Ruskin, is a campground and retreat center where veterans, military service people and those families who have lost a loved one in the military can go and heal. Organizers plan a formal property dedication on Sunday, June 22, at 1 p.m. In order to meet the June deadline, My Warriors Place needed assistance with landscaping. This is where the expertise of the agriscience students at East Bay High School came into play. Most students are FFA (formerly Future Farmers of America) members who are developing leadership skills and career success through agriculture education. Other students came from Sarasota to join in the activities of the day. Students and adults worked on planting flowers and bushes, wood chips, building a walking bridge, installing a pond, laying sprinkler lines and painting. The plan to tackle this major venture was handled by the members of the Bay Area Arbor and the Gulf Coast Arbor, who worked with teachers and students to create a plan. Funding came from The Gleaner Life Insurance Society. Gleaner created its arbor system as a way to support and encourage its members to work together through service projects by doing good things for people and the community. Additional information on The Gleaner Life Insurance Society can be found at www.gleanerlife.org. Step up to the Hillsborough Hack-a-thon Challenge May 31Hillsborough County is a growing technology community designated as one of the host areas in Florida to participate in the National Day of Civic Hacking. As part of the national celebration, technologists, entrepreneurs, developers and residents will join together for the Hillsborough Hack-a-thon to network, develop and improve civic participation. As part of the Countys Economic Development Innovation Initiative program, the Hack-a-thon will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 31, at the ITT Technical Institute campus, 4809 Memorial Highway in Tampa. This year, the Hillsborough Hack-a-thon will use open data provided by HART, Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority and Carvoyant to present participants with an unusual transportation-themed challenge. The goal is to develop a software application that can help Hillsborough County residents and businesses. The 32-hour hacking challenge aims to illustrate the power of open government practices, particularly where data are readily available to support meaningful collaboration between the public and private sectors. During the event, participants will use their diverse expertise and entrepreneurial spirit to focus on making an impact on the local community by using historical and real-time transportation data to create an innovative software application. National Day of Civic Hacking is a unique opportunity to bring together some of the best and brightest minds in the technology community to push forward civic innovation and open idea-sharing. The event is free and open to the public. Developers and other interested participants can register online. For more information, visit www. HackforChange.org/Tampa.Calvin Collins is new board member for South Shore DemsThe South Shore Democratic Club welcomes Calvin C. Collins as a new board member. A native Floridian and recently retired science teacher, Collins has lived and worked throughout the U.S. and Germany and is a past board member of the National Association of Education. Members can meet Collins and the rest of the club at the next meeting, scheduled for 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 12, at the SouthShore Regional Library, Ruskin. Calvin Collins

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But the most exciting part is that I took my first Osceola on a great hunting trip with my wife to Martin County, thereby getting my Florida Slam (shooting both subspecies of wild turkeys that reside in the state). And what a true trophy bird and wonderful vacation it was. My college friend, Matt McGuire, had been trying to get Katie and me to come down to hunt with him on his good friend Lance Troups cattle ranch. So thats exactly what we did and that gorgeous property did not disappoint. I am a lifelong Floridian and have spent the majority of my days hunting the red hills of the Panhandle, so this south Florida landscape was new to me and its beauty captivating. We were there for a three-day hunt, and it was on the second morning when we struck gold. Matt and Katie sat in a blind we had made from palmetto fronds with three decoys out in front. Matt was doing the calling, and Katie the shooting. I sat in another ground blind 150 yards away with no decoys, and except for some soft, predawn tree yelps, I wasnt going to make a sound. If the turkeys walked their way, perhaps Katie would get a shot. And if they came my way, maybe I could. That morning, without hearing a single gobble from the tree, I turned out to be the lucky one when two big toms came in silence from behind me and crossed right in front of my blind. When the opportunity presented itself, I raised my 12gauge 870 pump and rolled the bigger of the two, and when I walked over and put my hands on him, I realized my first Osceola was also my very first bird to qualify for the Florida Turkey Registry. One spur was 1.5 inches, the other was 1.25 inches, and his beard was 11.25 inches. A trophy gobbler in any state! The next couple days, we continued to hunt hard for a bird for Katie, but never could get one within shooting distance before we had to head back home to Tallahassee. But thats hunting for you.Now that its May and turkey season in Florida is over, its time to apply for gator hunting permits, and that is yet another hunting tradition that my wife and I love to do together.Have you ever wondered how cool it would be to fight and bring into the boat a 10-foot alligator? If youve never hunted gator before, to me its a combination of hunting and fishing. Since 1988, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has offered hunters the opportunity to take part in its annual recreational statewide alligator harvest. These special hunts provide a thrilling, handson hunting adventure unlike any other you could imagine. Alligator season spans about 11 weeks and always runs from Aug. 15 through Nov. 1. Heres how you can apply for the more than 5,000 permits that will be available. The Phase I application period has closed for this season, but Phase II begins at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Friday. May 23, and runs through Monday, June 2. However, those who drew a permit in Phase I and paid for it cannot apply during Phase II. And, hunters applying during Phase II must submit a new application. Phase II results will be posted after 10 a.m. on Friday, June 6. Hunters who drew a permit during this application period must pay for it by June 16, or it will again be placed back into the system and be available for all during Phase III. Any permits remaining after the first two application periods can be purchased during Phase III on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 20, until all are sold. Anyone may participate during Phase III even those who bought a permit in Phase I or II. Submit your no-cost application at any tax collectors office, license agent or online at MyFWC.com. The cost for your first alligatortrapping license and two hidevalidation tags is $272 for Florida residents and $1,022 for nonresidents. No hunting license or other permits are required to go gator huntin. Each permit allows you to take two alligators from whichever county or body of water you were awarded during a specific harvest period. You must be at least 18 years old by opening day, Friday, Aug. 15, to purchase one. If youd rather assist a friend whos purchased an alligator trapping license, you can pay just $52 for an alligator trapping agent license. So if youd like to do some gator giggin, visit MyFWC.com/ Alligator and click on Statewide Alligator Hunts for more information on these exciting gator huntin opportunities. As always, have fun, hunt safely and ethically, and well see you on the water!Raymond James Stadium to host U.S. Soccer WNT vs. France on June 14The U.S. Soccer Womens National Team will face France in a pair of summer friendlies on Saturday, June 14, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, and Thursday, June 19, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, Conn. Both matches kick off at 7:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on ussoccer.com. Fans can also follow both games on Twitter @ussoccer_ wnt. Tickets for both games went on sale to the public Friday, May 9, at 10 a.m. ET through ussoccer.com. For the match in Tampa, tickets can also be purchased by phone at 1-800-745-3000 and at all Ticketmaster ticket centers throughout the Tampa Bay region (including Walmart). Tickets are not sold at either Raymond James Stadium or Rentschler Field except on the day of the event. For both games, groups of 20 or more can obtain an order form at ussoccer.com or call 312-528-1290. Ultimate Fan Tickets (special VIP packages that include a premium ticket, a custom-made official U.S. National Team jersey with name and number, VIP access to the field before and after the game, and other benefits) are also available exclusively through ussoccer.com. The U.S. and France have not met since the opening match of the 2012 Olympics, when the USA overcame a 2-0 deficit to win 4-2 on its way to winning the gold medal.Florida alligator season opens in August. Apply for permits now.

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22 MAY 22, 2014Andrew F. Acker Wayne S. Adams Arnold James Akerley Wayne L. Alderfer Gregory R. Allen William F. Allen Glenn H. Alletson Aubrey Lee Allmond John Anderson Ruth Huber Dalton Anderson Richard Saul Axinn James Leo Ayotte John P. Bailiff Henry J. Baker Melvin Howard Baker Norman Eugene Baker Herta Beatty Bruce J. Beavers Joseph Thomas Becker Linda Susan Benhase Gilbert Bennett Robert A. Bergstrom John C. Bialek William Charles Bickert Joseph W. Bierly John P. Biliff Jesse Bernard Booth James R. Boyd Donald A. Bradley Thomas H. Brannigan William J. Brennan Eugene W. Brown George R. Buchner Calvin A. Burgess Herbert Shields Burson Donald Joseph Campbell Sr. Donald Joseph Cantwil James Richard CarneyClarence Bernie Casselman Jr.Robert H. Chaffee Adrian Joseph Coffield James E. Connell Robert Wyatt Cooper Paul Norman Cordeau Leslie E. Cox Bill Crozier Preston Edward Cunningham Charles Dwight Curtiss Jr. Peter A. Curtiss Helen E. Cyr Joseph A. Dauphin Jay R. Davis Leonard K. Derkowski David C. Diehl John W. Donnelly Glenn R. Dubray Cecil H. Dunlap Robert E. Dunn David C. Durrance Burton M. Easter Clifton E. Eastwood Donald Henry Eaton Paul B. Edwards Charles E. Evans John James Fee Jr. James T. Ferrell Thomas Vincent Fieldhouse Harold Wendell Fitts Donald Flanders Wayne Benjamin Flietner Richard William Follin Francis Paul Forsyth Sol Fried Curtiss A. Gadd Edward A. Gargiulo Burton Gelbman John W. Gentry John F. Gibson John P. Gillespie John Gillich Jr. Warren R. Goodwin Bruce H. Grabert Ben Greco Sr. Arthur R. Grubenmann Roger L. Hackbarth Bernard Halinski Royce William Haley Merrill Bradford Hall Sala Leo Halm George Hansen Carroll Dargan Harrell Otto Henry Helbig William J. Heron Richard W. Herrmann Frederick H. Hoffman Harvey Daniel Hoover Carl L. Howe Early J. Hudson Richard Hunter Gerald M. Isbell John J. Jacintho James Daniel Jackson Albert Jahns Jr. Robert E. James Earl T. Johnson John Francis Jones William A. Junk Joseph A. Justino John J. Keller Jr. Terrance T. Keon Lester F. Kinzly Jr. John E. Kirby Bradley Eugene Knutter Carl E. Kopischkie Donald E. Lambertson Charles Allan Lampien Charles J. Larkin Willard E. Larson Leo Louis Charles R. Lowry Victor L. Makela Oreste J. Mandato James E. March Russell L. Marchese Robert Michael Margosian Frank N. Massa Ralph E. Mault James Edward McCanless Loron W. Mercer John Robert Meredith Lee E. Miller Michael Miller Charles E. Monbeck Charles E. Moore Jr. James E. Morgan Melvin Henry Moss Eugene T. Mueller John N. Nabach Albert Sidney Newton Jr. Murray Parker Nicol John Joseph OConnor Clarke K. Olson Woodward D. Pealer Ronald W. Persinger Edward J. Pessolano Ronald L. Peter Bruce S. Petrie David J. Phelps Arthur Picciolo Wallace R. Piira Maude G. Powers Charles J. Price Eugene J. Prusak Frederick P. Quinn William M. Quinn Robert W. Reimer William F. Renner Eugene C. Rice Alan E. Rich William G. Ries Ray E. Rinderer Dane A. Risley John R. Roberts Ernest Rose Wayne H. Ross Lou Rudelbrasch Robert D. Ruggiero Gaspar Salvador Robert O. Sannem Michael Louis Santasieri Eugene Charles Saur Robert J. Sauret Murel Sauter Homer M. Savige William Cooper Schick Kenneth C. Schiffert Donald P. Schings Henry J. Schone Robert M. Schram Richard D. Schubert Richard Edwin Schuler Wayne L. Scudder Robert C. Shape Thomas C. Sherlock Jim Sherman William J. Shults Ralph L. Simeoli Oscar G. Simpson Jerome Slack Thomas R. Smith Forrest W. Smith Stanley David Sokolnicki Charles W. Southard Richard W. Spencer Richard Walter Sprouse Sr. Eugene F. Steiner James L. Stephens John P. Sundstrom Robert W. Swing Jr. Donald E. Taylor Ronald Teixeira Charles J. Thompson Edward R. Tolley Melvin Tomlinson Edward Tonell Rodney N. Torzeski Virginia Catherine Tosch James Patrick Tuffy Barbara R. Turner Warren R. Van Gelder Frank Howard Vogel George Voitovich Fred S. Vuskco Albert A. Walter Reed Weaver William Wehr Lawrence D. Weindorf George Victor Wellander Russell William Wepfer Kenneth J. Whitfield Paul Ellsworth Wight Tracy H. Wilder Jr. Ralph B. Wilson Harold F. Wismann John J. Wolski Walter Wotanowski Patrick Wrigley Lyle E. Wrigley Frank R. Zapke Harold E. Zeiders Memorial Day Ceremony Kings Point Borini Auditorium 10 a.m. Monday, May 26, 2014Sun City Center will again observe our traditional Memorial Day Ceremony starting at 10 a.m., Monday, May 26, in the Borini Theatre at the Kings Point Clubhouse, Sun City Center. Doors will open at 9 a.m. for general attendance seating. All invited guests with reserved seating are requested to be seated no later than 9:45 a.m. This ceremony is sponsored by the combined military veterans organizations of Sun City Center and is supported by the joint efforts of many participating community service organizations. The focus of this Memorial Day ceremony is to honor all past or present community veterans, with special tribute paid to those veterans who have died since May 2013. To date, there are 230 such veterans to be recognized by a Last Roll Call that will be conducted concurrently with our traditional Sun City Center Living Flag Tribute. Guest speaker will be Command Sergeant Major Frank A. Grippe, the Command Senior Enlisted Leader for the United States Central Command at MacDill AFB, Florida. Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Grippe entered the Army in 1981 at Syracuse, New York. He trained as a light infantryman and graduated from Airborne School at Fort Benning, Ga. Subsequently, he attended all levels of the Noncommissioned Officers Education System, culminating with the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy. His last assignment was CSM of Task Force Band of Brothers Multi-National Division in Afghanistan. CSM Grippe has numerous awards, including the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Legion of Merit (OLC), the Bronze Star (3OLC) and the Purple Heart. S/SGT Robert Carroll, U.S. Army Air Corps, World War II, will serve as the Grand Marshal. A musical interlude and tribute to the military services will be provided by the Trinity Baptist Church Choir directed by Rev. James Feist. Colors will be presented by the East Bay High School Jr. R.O.T.C., and members of Ruskin Boy Scout Troops 661 and 662 will place the wreath at the flagpole outside the auditorium. As part of our annual tribute to our deceased veterans, and showing the great spirit of Sun City Center patriotism, the Patriots Club makes arrangements for and funds for the display of U.S. flags on S.R. 674. This year the flags will fly for a period of time before Memorial Day until after the Fourth of July. If anyone knows of a past or present Sun City Center veteran who has died in the past year, and who is not listed above, call Paul Wheat at 634-7777. Last Roll Call Last Roll Call

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MAY 22, 2014 23 A yoga class for runners, athletesShore Bliss Yoga in Apollo Beach offers a class called Yoga for Runners, Athletes & Un-Bendy People on Sunday, June 1. The class runs from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., and costs $20 if reserved ahead; $25 on the day of the class. Shore Bliss Yoga is at 118 Flamingo Drive in Apollo Beach. To pre-register, go to www.shoreblissyoga.com. For more information, call Lynn at 813-748-4036 or email info@shoreblissyoga.com. Apollo Beach wins fall and spring championships in ALOTThe Apollo Beach Tennis Team won both the fall and spring championships (2013 & 2014, respectively) with an outstanding 26-2 overall record in the ALOT (A League of Our Own Tennis) Division A, which competes in southern and western Hillsborough County. Team members are from Sun City Center, Ruskin and Apollo Beach. Standing, from left: Theresa Anderson, Vicki Knauff, Lisette Leroux, Janet George, Chrissy Dorothy, Linda Mellinger, Donna Whiting, Gay Shockley, Sonya MacMillan and Anne Harris. Kneeling are Anne Smith, left, and Michele Bramlett. Absent from the photo is Donna Kenyon. RUSKIN BrR ANCH LIbr BR Ar R Y Adult Computer Classes for the Technologically Challenged1-ON-1 Training by Appointment Only June 3, 5, 6 & 13, 3-4 p.m. This is a special time to work specifically with you on any device or software problem. This must be booked in advance on the dates listed, if available. All May appointments have already been taken. Call 813-2733652 or visit the library to book your appointment. Ask a Genealogist Wednesday, May 28, 3 p.m. Hit a brick wall in researching family history? Have a question regarding one of our online genealogy databases or websites? Join us as we work through each question as a group. Limit: 20. Presented in partnership with the South Bay Genealogical Society. Computer Tutor Wednesday, May 28, 5:30 p.m. Tutoring in Microsoft software, email and the Internet. Limit 18. Register in person no earlier than one hour before the start of the program. Ruskin VFW Post #6287, 5120 U.S. 41 N., has listed the following weekly activities. Meetings are: VFW and LAVFW on the 2nd Wednesday each month; and MAVFW, 3rd Thursday each month. Chapel duty at the VA Hospital every Sunday all month, 8:30 a.m. Friday, May 23 Fish Fry 4:30 p.m. Music by D. Vespi 7 p.m. Cash Grab 8 p.m. Saturday, May 24 Music by You 2 Kan 7 p.m. Monday, May 26 Crew Games 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 27 Lounge Games 1-4 p.m. Bingo: Doors open 3 p.m., Bingo 6 p.m. Kitchen opens 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 28 Bar Bingo 6 p.m. Ruskin Eagles Aerie 4351 1205 1st St. S.W.Ruskin Eagles Aerie 4351 hosts meetings on Thursdays: Aerie at 7 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month; Auxiliary at 6 p.m. on the 2nd and 4th; Eagle Riders at 6 p.m. on the 3rd.Upcoming EventsFriday . ...............................5:30 p.m. Kitchen opens. . ............................................ 6 p.m. Feather Your Nest Game. Saturday, May 24 . ........... Dinner 5-7 p.m./Music by Nickles and .................................................. Dimes at 6:30 p.m. Sunday . ........................................ $1 draft beer all day and evening.Monday. .............................6 p.m. Bingo. Tuesday . .............................$1 draft beer all day and evening. Wednesday. ........................Come on down and socialize. For more information, call 813-645-2922. Business slow? Advertise in The ObserverWe cover south Hillsborough County with a circulation of 48,000 papers every week! We offer many options in every price range...from classified ads to full pages. Call 813-645-3111 and ask to speak to an advertising representative today. For more information, visit us on the web at www.ObserverNews.net

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24 MAY 22, 2014 South Hillsborough Church of Christ Welcome to the:SERVICES:Sunday........................9:30 & 10:30 a.m.; 6:00 p.m. Wednesday................7:00 p.m.EVERETT TATE, MINISTER NON-INSTRUMENTAL Ruskin United Methodist Church First Street & 4th Ave. NW, Ruskin (behind SunTrust Bank)ALL ARE WELCOME TO COME AND WORSHIP WITH US:SUNDAY MORNINGS:Rev. Richard NusselPhone: 645-1241Nov. April..................8:30 a.m. and All Year...............10:45 a.m. Sunday School............9:30 a.m.Day Care Available Mon. Fri. 6 a.m. 6 p.m. call 645-6198 702 Valley Forge Blvd., SCC, FL 33573 www.popcc.orgMasses:Sunday.8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., Noon Saturday Vigil....................4:00 p.m. Daily................................8:00 a.m.Confessions:Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m. and Sat. 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. www.nbcor.orgLoving God, Loving Others, Serving Beyond Borders Sunday School (all ages)........9:30 a.m. Dr. Samuel (Sam) A. Roach, Pastor WORSHIP SERVICES:SUNDAY8:30 a.m. ............................................. Contemporary Service 9:30 a.m. .....................................................Traditional Service10:00 a.m. ........................................... Contemporary Service 11:00 a.m. .................................................. Traditional Service 4:00 p.m. .................................................... Hispanic Worship Assistant Pastor: Samuel Rorer Bookstore 633-8595 FREE Nursery Provided Rance Goad, Pastor (Southern Baptist)1511 El Rancho Dr. Sun City Center, FL 33573Phone/Fax:813-633-5950 TRADITIONAL WEEKLY SERVICES: Sunday9 a.m.......................Bible Study 11 a.m.....................Bible Study 10 a.m. & 6 p.m............WorshipWednesday6 p.m....Prayer Meeting/Bible Study FriendshipBaptistChurchSCC.com REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH ELCA Worship Services on Sunday 10 a.m. Area Places of Worship UNITED COMMUNITY CHURCH United Church of Christ1501 La Jolla Ave., Sun City Center, FL 33573-5329A Caring Church United in Gods Love Serving Our CommunityRev. Dr. Timothy Shirley Worship Services ~ 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. (813) 634-1304 ~ www.uccsuncity.org Sunday School ................................10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ...............10:45 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ..................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Youth Worship ...............6:00 p.m. Wednesday Evening Service .............7:00 p.m.Pastor Tom Durrance Wimauma Church of God First Baptist Church of Gibsonton Traditional Worship Service Sunday School ............................ 9:30 A.M. Old-Time Gospel Hymns Morning Worship ..................... 10:30 A.M. Nursery Available Sunday Evening ......................... 6:00 P.M. Children & Youth Ministry Mid-Week (Wed.) ........................ 7:00 P.M. We love because 1 John 4:19 Malcolm S. Clements, Pastor Area Obituaries Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of SCCMeets in the Henry Gibson Social Hall of the Beth Israel Existence is a strange bargain. Life owes us little; we owe it everything. Anon. Janis Harmina GeogheganJanis Geoghegan, 75, of 2249 Brookfield Greens Circle, Kings Point, died early May 8, 2014, at Sun City Center Hospice House. Janis was born February 10, 1939, in Howard, S.D., to the late Dick and Faye Zwart. After graduating from Colman High School in Colman, S.D., Janis attended airline school in Minneapolis and worked for Capitol Airlines in Washington, D.C. She was a homemaker, mother and school-bus driver for 30 years in Prince William County, Va. She was a member of Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Sun City Center. Her passions were family, church and bridge. Other than her parents, Janis was preceded in death by son Sean Geoghegan of Virginia; sister Ruth Spuirrier of Washington; and brothers Jack and Benjamin Zwart of South Dakota. She is survived by husband William Geoghegan of Sun City Center; son William Geoghegan Jr. of Annandale, Juanita GlassJuanita L. Glass, of Chantilly, Va., recently passed away peacefully in her sleep. She is survived by her children Burl E. Glass III of Chantilly, Sandy Masson of Apollo Beach, Fla., and Scott Glass of Tullahoma, Tenn.; grandchildren Stacia, Andrea, Lauren and Matt; and several extended grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services will be at Arlington National Cemetery, at 11 a.m. on May 29. She will be interred with her husband, Burl E. Glass Jr., who preceded her in death June 12, 2005. Born Mary Juanita Lowe in 1922 near Tulia, Texas, Juanita graduated from West Texas State College in 1942. In 1946, she married Burl Jr., from Gray County, Texas, and spent her career as a schoolteacher, social worker, housewife, mother and grandmother. In 1968, Juanita and her family moved to Florida, eventually settling in Apollo Beach. In 2003, she and Burl moved to Sun City Center. Following the passing of her husband, Juanita moved to Chantilly to live with son Burl III (Chuck). Juanita loved to travel and play bridge, spending much of her time doing one or the other. She completed her bucket list by visiting all seven continents and publishing her life story. She led a full life, enjoying nothing more than hearing from her grandchildren. She will be missed by all her family and friends. Christopher FagotChristopher Fagot was born November 16, 1931, was heavenbound May 16, 2014. He is survived by spouse Carol; sons Mark (Bonnie), Dean (Annmarie) and Archie (Dawn), and stepson Chris (Heather) Gramling; sister Juana Bordas; brothers Joe (Lucia), John (Lucy) and David (Faye); 15 grandchildren; and a large extended family. A salesman by trade, he never met a stranger in his life. Dedicated to charity later in life, he will be missed by his community as much as his family.Martha Lou Marty PaulsenMartha Lou Marty Paulsen (ne Plank) passed away Sunday, May 4, 2014, in Florida, beloved wife of Roy Paulsen, dear sister of William Marvin Plank (Lorraine), dear aunt, great aunt, sister-in-law, mother-in-law, daughterin-law, grandmother-in-law, cousin and friend. Martha Lou Plank was born on April 12, 1946, in Salem, Mo., to John Raymond Plank and Almenda Gibbs Plank. She lived in Missouri most of her life and, later in life, she married Roy Paulsen on September 25, 2004. Martha loved being called Marty, and she loved laughing and having fun with whomever she was with. She loved music, dancing, and she was a loving and devoted wife of Roy Paulsen, and their family and friends. The couple moved to Sun City Center in May 2010, and she joined the Emergency Squad in May 2012. Visitation was held at Sun City Center Funeral Home on May 8, followed by a funeral service. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to Sun City Center Emergency Squad, 720 Ray Watson Drive, Sun City Center, FL 33573. Arrangements by Sun City Center Funeral Home. In Loving MemoryTodd LeRoy OverholtNov. 11, 1970 May 23, 2013Todd, you left us a year ago today. Not a day goes by that we do not think about you and miss you. Our comfort comes in knowing you are free. We will always love and miss you. Dad, Mom, Amy and WendyThe moment that you died our hearts were torn in two, one side filled with heartache, the other died with you. We often lay awake at night, when the world is fast asleep, and take a walk down memory lane, with tears upon our cheeks. Remembering you is easy, we do it every day, but missing you is heartache that never goes away. We hold you tightly within our hearts and there you will remain, until the joyous day arrives, that we will meet again. Va.; grandson Troy Geoghegan of Richmond, Va.; sister Avis Heyduk of Brookings, S.D.; and brother Dennis Zwart of Barronett, Wis. Friends, neighbors and acquaintances can pay their respects at the Memorial Mass to be held later in May at Prince of Peace Catholic Church.Saturday and Sunday, June 7 and 8, respectively, members of the Riverview SeventhDay Adventist Church invite their friends and neighbors to join them in worship. Services on Saturday start at 9:15 a.m. with a no pressure Bible study. The main worship service starts at 11 a.m., followed by a buffet luncheon. Between noon and 6 p.m. on Sunday, the church will hold a giveaway program; everything is free. There are some mens, womens and childrens clothing; household items; decorative items; and new books. The church also will offer blood pressure and BMI checks, with a resident physician on hand. In addition, church members will demonstrate juicing techniques; samples of juices and smoothies will be available. A registered dietician will offer recipes as well as other healthy alternative recipes. The churchs youth group, the Pathfinder Club, will demonstrate their drill and marching skills. Information on their various activities will be available. The Riverview Seventh-Day Adventist Church is at 10401 Holland Drive in Riverview. All are invited. Once, while I was reading a newspaper, my young son was trying to get my attention. He had an urgent need for me to recognize his presence and respond to his request. But I was absorbed in the news. Dad, he said, Im talking to you! Yes, son, Im listening, I replied. I know you are listening, Dad, but can you hear me? was his embarrassing response. There is an obvious difference between listening and hearing. It is easy to listen without recognizing the presence of the person trying to get our attention. When we actually hear someone, the message goes to our heart and we can sense their feelings and do something about their needs. David said, Turn and answer me, O Lord, my God! He feared that God had abandoned him, turned His face in the other direction and he was on his own. He was so discouraged that he felt the light of God had left his eyes and he would die. But that was only a temporary, fleeting feeling, and he did not give up. In fact, he recalled Gods presence and protection in the past and knew that God would never abandon him. So, he was able to declare, I trust in your unfailing love! And he turned his worry into worship. Notice what he said: I will rejoice and I will sing two central themes in true worship. David did not wait for his problems to pass. In the midst of his difficulties he stopped worrying and began to worship. Why? Because He has been so good to me! Community guest weekend set for Riverview Seventh-Day Adventists

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MAY 22, 2014 25 CHRISTIAN SCHOOL K-2 Through 12th GradeSunday School.................................9:45 a.m. Morning Worship...............8:30 & 11:00 a.m. Evening Service..............................6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Service................7:00 p.m. Awana............................................7:00 p.m.Dr. Barry RumseyA Resource for Families First Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday Service .............................................................10 a.m. Sunday School ..............................................................10 a.m. Wednesday Service ........................................................5 p.m. Reading Room ...............................Wednesday 4 to 4:45 p.m. All Are Welcome U.S. Hwy. 41 106 11th Ave. NE Ruskin 813-645-1714SaintAnneRuskin.org MASSESVigil Mass.....................................................................Saturday 4:30 p.m. Sunday Mass .....................................8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday ....................................................................8:00 a.m. Holy Days ....................................... Espaol ......... .................Thursday 6:15 p.m.; Saturday 3:15 p.m.Saint Anne Catholic ChurchSouthShore: Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Sun City and S. GibsontonSS Getting to Know You (Donuts & Coffee) ....9:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Service ............6:00 p.m. Sunday School ...........................................9:30 am. Wednesday Evening Service ......7:00 p.m. Sunday Morning Worship............................10:55 a.m. Thursday Morning Prayer ..........10:00 a.m. Southside Baptist ChurchA Warm, Loving & Friendly Church Worship Service @10:30 am Adult Sunday School @ 9:30 am 1707 33rd Street Southeast Ruskin, Florida 33570 Minister Mike Grant First Christian ChurchSun City Center FloridaFCCSCC Area Places of Worship 1239 Del Webb Blvd. West Sun City Center, FL 33573 Church is Handicap accessible Phone: 813-634-1252 For information visit: www.standrewatscc.org St. Andrew Presbyterian ChurchSunday Services 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:00 a.m.Prayers with anointing for healing and wholeness during worship the second Sunday of every month.Pastor: Rev. Dr. Mark E. SalmonMeet friends in Fellowship Hall between Services. Refreshments served.A Stephen Ministry Church S T J O H N T H E D I V I N E E PISCOPAL C HURCH A C A R I N G C H R I S T I A N F A M I L Y W I G G L Y C H I L D R E N W E L C O M E S UNDAY S ERVICES 8:00 AM Rite I 9:15 AM Contemporary 11:00 AM Rite II & Choir Morning Prayer & Healing Service 10 AM every Wednesday Fr. Lee Miller Priest S UN C ITY C ENTER 1015 Del Webb Blvd. E 813 633 3970 stjohnrus@aol.com Fellowship Hour after all services Larry Ford, Gaither Homecoming soloist, at UMC on May 23At 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 23, Gaither Homecoming soloist, Larry Ford, will appear at the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, 1210 W. Del Webb Blvd. Larrys music career began when he climbed up on a chair at five years old at his home church in Levelland, Texas. Accompanied by his mother on the piano, he sang his first solo, How Great Thou Art. Fifty years later, Larry has sung that same song in English, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Italian and Norwegian. Larrys music ministry has taken him to 49 states and to more than 30 foreign countries. Larrys training is in classical music, having studied privately as a teenager with an Italian vocal coach. He attended Eastern New Mexico University on a music scholar ship. After working for two years as a pilot, Larry sang briefly with The Downings as a featured soloist. He sang tenor with the Dixie Echoes and The James Blackwood Quartet. In recent years, many invitations have been extended as a result of Larrys participation in the Gaither Homecoming recordings. Larry has often been a featured soloist on the recordings and has become closely associated with the songs, Little is Much When God is In It, Sing of My Redeemer, Follow Me and O, What a Savior. Concertgoers are encouraged to arrive early for a good seat. A donation of just $5 is requested at the door. For additional information about this and other concerts and recitals at the United Methodist Church of Sun City Center, call Jeff Jordan, director of worship arts, at 813-634-2539.Prince of Peace to hold Franciscan profession MassOn Friday, May 23, at 10 a.m., Prince of Peace Catholic Church will host a special profession Mass to welcome three parishioners to the Secular Franciscan Order. The three candidates Elaine Gibbs, John Kemper and John Main will become members of the San Damiano Fraternity. Each individual has been studying for three years and is now ready to take this final step to become a professed member of the Secular Franciscan Order. Members of the San Damiano Fraternity of the Secular Franciscan Order emulate St. Francis of Assisis great love of God, devotion to the Gospel and Cross of Christ, and joyful appreciation of the beauty of all Gods creation. They strive to achieve holiness while bringing the Gospel message to the world through the example of their lives. Prince of Peace Catholic Church is located at 702 Valley Forge Blvd. in Sun City Center. For more information, visit www.popcc.org. A beautiful tradition continues ...During May the Catholic Church honors the Blessed Mother Mary and her mother, Saint Anne. For the third consecutive year, parishioners of Saint Anne Catholic Church have expanded on that tradition by using Mothers Day to honor and remember all the women who fulfill a special role in their lives. Named Sunday of 1,000 Roses, that original goal has been far surpassed with 3,600 roses on display this year. In addition to the logistics of organizing the event and publishing a list of all those women to be honored or memorialized, it took a committee of 12, led by chairwomen Sandy Ottino and Cissy Barr, two full days to sort, trim, arrange and display the flowers. This floral tribute also requires constant attention during the 10 days that it remains on display, as spent flowers must be removed and those remaining continually watered and monitored. For more information about Saint Anne Parish, visit www.SaintAnneRuskin.org. Each Wednesday from 8:45 a.m. until 3 p.m., Prince of Peace Catholic Church holds Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the church. Adoration is a sign of devotion to and worship of Jesus Christ, who is believed by Catholics to be present Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, under the appearance of the consecrated host. Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament flows from the sacrifice of the Mass and serves to deepen hunger for ComAdoration of the Blessed Sacramentmunion with Christ and the rest of the Church. Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament concludes at 3 p.m. with Benediction. The church invites everyone to come spend an hour with the Lord in prayer in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament. Prince of Peace Catholic Church is located at 702 Valley Forge Blvd. in Sun City Center. For more information, visit www.popcc.org or call 813-634-2328.Gospel street service returnsSun City Christian Center will be hosting a musical street service Saturday, May 24, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the grassy area near the Wimauma Walmart at the corner of U.S. 301 and S.R. 674. There will be something for everyone. Lots of gospel singing, antique cars, free refreshments and even a table of things to do for the children. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of fellowship.Summer book clubSouth Bay Sisters Womens Ministry is hosting a summer book club open to all women in the Southshore area. Cost is $25, which includes childcare (with advance registration) and the book Slightly Bad Girls of the Bible by Liz Curtis Higgs. The group will meet on select Monday evenings from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on June 16 and 30; July 7 and 21; and August 4. Register online at www. southbay.cc or call the church office at 813-677-0721. The church is located at 13498 U.S. 301 S., Riverview, just south of Big Bend Road. For more information, email faith@southbay.cc. Upcoming with the Metaphysical SocietyBook Group Monday, May 26, 1 p.m. The book at present is Ultimate Journey by Robert Monroe. No homework; the group reads aloud and discusses as they go. Open to Sun City Center members, their guests and reciprocal communities. Free admission. For location, call Alice at 813-634-9065. Presentation: Are Your Beliefs Open for Debate? Wednesday, May 28, at 10 a.m. Room 3 of Community Hall on South Pebble Beach Boulevard. Rev. Joe Kelly shares his views on reincarnation and invites us to talk about what we believe and the possibility of our living again. Open to SCC residents and their guests, and reciprocal communities. Love offering requested to benefit the Society. For information, call Jeannie at 813-938-5931 or Holli at 813-419-4704. 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26 MAY 22, 2014 ENJOY A COMPLIMENTARY DENTAL IMPLANT and PERIODONTAL EXAM Web: www.bradentonperio.com | Email: trubino@bradentonperio.com Pretty Clothes Bargain Prices!Monday SaturdaySunday 1 to 5 p.m. (Publix Shoppes of Apollo Beach) 813-641-8444 As seen in Southern Living Magazine Now offering... Fine Quality Home Interior ItemsSales Every Day! DONT FORGET3rd Saturday of each month is our Customer Appreciation Saleup to 75% OFF Seniors vs. Crimef Norman Meyers, who used to teach at Stetson [University], was drafted to manage the office and help structure it, said Granan, referring to an attorney who has since practiced locally. All who work with the organization are volunteers, said Larry Sullivan. We have three ways to help. Some people come in with a problem, and we help them with that particular problem. But we also participate in trade shows and give talks to local organizations to inform them about our services. The third way we can help is to take on cases sent to us by the Attorney Generals staff by computer. Once a scam is reported to the office, the volunteers assign someone to follow it up. Granan, Gause and Sullivan said that a lot of work is done during the winter season by Brian Stevenson, who was not present for the interview because he spends half the year up North. We work closely with our local Community Resource Deputy Jason Castillo, said Granan. We keep a list and a file cabinet and make a file of every individual who comes in with a complaint, Granan said. This is the way we know that sometimes there are many complaining parties with the same problem. In 2013, the Sun City Center volunteers worked on 62 cases and did 69 assists, which are separate from complaints. The assists are when someone calls in and is referred elsewhere, such as the Sheriffs Office or to an agency, Granan explained. We also had four criminal referrals and 12 complaints we worked on and turned over to other agencies, he added. For the year, the value of items recovered was $9,525.73. Clients received $20,520 back in monetary value. Gause explained that sometimes a service person, such as a plumber or roofer, might start a job and not finish it, or take money in advance and not do the job. Other times, service people can get shorted if they contract to do a job for a certain amount and then find much more damage than was expected and are held to the original amount in a contract. It can work both ways, Granan said. Lets say there was plumbing damage, and the plumber came in and, while fixing that, the carpet was ruined. Fault must be investigated to be certain the right parties are reimbursed or paid. Pat Hanna is regional director of Seniors vs. Crime, Granan said. He came personally to our district, which consists of Hillsborough, Polk and Pinellas counties, and thanked us [for our help]. He reports to Don Ravenna, who is in charge of all the Florida sites. Still, the group remains a special project of the Florida Attorney Generals Office. The examples of what the group can do are varied. Fred and Bryan are neighbors in Kings Point, Granan said. They were part of a group of five neighbors who complained about a driveway resurfacing problem. Because we had several complaints about the same thing, we went after the person who had performed inferior work, and he promised he would make it good. He did, and so five homeowners were helped even though their efforts only reflected in one case. A recurring problem is yard work. People often pay in advance for yard work, maybe by the month, and then they pay ahead and the work is never done, Granan said. Another current scam concerns people who want to sell their time shares, said Gause. The con artist sends out free lunch invitations to people they know are desperate to sell, and then collects money up front and disappears, she explained. Never pay upfront in such a case, she said. Charges that are recurring are often made inadvertently online as well, she said. Anyone who thinks they have been scammed, or who wants to check something out before entering into an agreement, may call 800-203-3099 or visit www. seniorsvs.crime.com. In South County, they may visit the local office at 137 S. Pebble Beach Blvd., (on the second floor) Suite 204, or call 813-634-8666. The email there is seniorsvscrimescc@verizon.net. This program is open to anyone who thinks they may be involved in a scam or have been defrauded. Make a splash at Bayou, Boats & BBQCamp Bayou will host a National Trails Day event, Bayou, Boats and BBQ, on Saturday, June 7, from 9 a.m. to noon. This free event will be water-themed with fish-casting, water games, splash ball and critter-netting in the river, to name just a few. Organizations participating include SWFWMD, Florida Aquarium, Little Manatee River State Park, AmeriCorps, League of Environmental Educators in Florida, Florida Master Naturalists and Camp Bayou volunteers. Take a Waters Journey while visiting each of the display tables to be entered into a raffle to win a Summer Fun bag, winner to be announced at noon. A special event price of $10 for canoe rentals will allow you to paddle around the oxbow island for up to an hour. First come, first served. If you have your own canoe or kayak, feel free to bring them to join the paddle around the oxbow at no charge. If bringing your own boat, launch at the end of 24th Street or bring a caddy, since cars will not be allowed near the dock for this event due to safety concerns. Its also Butterfly Education and Awareness Day, and Camp Bayou will celebrate in the butterfly habitat with kid-friendly butterfly activities. Heather Nicole Photography, a local business that specializes in themed, natural-light photography, will be set up at the fishing cabins for some Old Florida photos. The fishing cabins will be open with exhibits that highlight the historical uses of the river. A lunchtime fundraiser, made possible by the Plant City Lions Club and Walden Lake Car Wash and Service Center, will start at 11 a.m. Choose from cheeseburgers, hot dogs or chili cheese dogs for $5/person, including a beverage. Cash, check or credit card will be accepted. Another fundraiser, to help fund classroom renovation, will be on display as well. Choose a beautiful nature-themed tile painted by a local artist for just $30. See Camp Bayous art coordinator, Bruce Fallender, for information and purchase. You can view or purchase tiles online by visiting the Square Market store: squareup.com/market/camp-bayou/ unique-nature-tiles Camp Bayou is neither a campground nor a summer camp. It was an RV park before the Countys Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection, or ELAP, program pur chased the land, but it is now open for day use only, open to the general public. Through volunteers, donations, supporters and grants, the Center offers prescheduled programs to schools, youth groups, adult groups and families, plus its open from Thursday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for passive recreational pursuits such as wildlife watching, nature photography and trail walks. The Camp Bayou Outdoor Learning Center is managed by the nonprofit Bayou Outdoor Learning & Discovery Inc., in a public-private partnership with the nonprofit Ruskin Community Development Foundation Inc. and Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation. Camp Bayou is located three miles south of SR 674 at the end of 24th Street SE in Ruskin. More information is on the web at www.campbayou.org or call 813-641-8545. Fri., 5/23-Thur., 5/298:30 p.m. Blended 10:30 p.m. GodzillaRuskin Family Drive-In www.ruskinfamilydrivein.comBox Office opens at 7:30 Sunday to Thursday Children under 4 are freeSince 1952 SNACK BAR OPEN

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MAY 22, 2014 M.H. HOUSING550 RENTALS600 PROF. SERVICES650 SERVICES700 TRANSPORTATION450 REAL ESTATE500 MARINE400 ancesFor sale Whirlpool side by side, ice/ water in door, refrigerator, 26 cuft, black, perfect condition, almost new. $265 obo. 813-938-1302 ecaHandicap sick room aids, wheel chairs, 3 wheel walker, adjustable bed rail, bed support rail, misc. bathroom items. 813-633-3853, SCC oartsGolf carts wanted. Buy sell, trade. Chargers, parts all related. Ronnys Carts & Parts. 813-484-9855 or 813-645-4515 2003 EZ-Go golf cart, hi-speed motor, roof, windshield, custom seat covers. Runs perfect, very good condition $1,595. 813-748-3691 scForae2000 Gold, Jaguar convertible, excellent condition, 79,800k, $12,900. Electric slot machine $300. Danish coffee & end tables $30 each. 813907-1566 Onan generator (2) 120 volt & 240 volt. Make offer. New mig welder, glass bead blaster. Make offer. 813-633-4573 sortorageSouth Bay RV & Boat Storage. Specializing in outside storage for RVs, boats & trailers. 813-677-2000 www.SouthBayStorage.com utomobes Wanna Sell? The good, the bad, the ugly. Call now 727-400-1910 otorcycesFor sale 1996 Harley Davidson, police special. 39,000 miles $6250 otoromessFor sale. 2002 5th wheel trailer, Keystone Cougar 245-EFS with dinette power slide out extension. Awning. Good condition. $5,750 813-645-1801 ousesForaeSun City Center, by owner, 2br/2ba, 1,625 sq ft, unfurnished. South Pebble Beach Blvd., $115,000. 813938-5252 or 518-231-6942 onosForae for sale in Kings Point. Excellent condition. Possible short term lease back. $72,900.Owner is Realtor. Brokers welcome. Call 813-634-4241 mhonots nParsOne bedroom mobile home in waterfront park with dock. With view of river. No pets $5,000. Call for info. 813-645-2446 2 bedrooms, 55+ waterfront park with dock & ramp. New appliances $5,000, Lot rent under $300. 813938-4363 ousesorrentFor rent. Single family block home. $1,150 monthly. Fenced yard. Apollo Beach. 727-391-1121 tsorentFor rent. To one adult, no pets. One room apartment including kitchenette, large screened porch with laundry facility & nice bathroom. $450 monthly plus utilities. Drug free. Call Bob 813-610-6623 Large Ideal for single person or couple. Totally remodeled. Utilities included. Ruskin area. $775 monthly plus deposit. No pets, no smoking 813-634-2329 For rent: Efficiency apartments. Weekly rates, utilities furnished 813-601-1542 or 813-850-7886onosorentKings Point SCC 55+. Furnished, 1br/1.5ba, includes cable, water, trash & sewer. Covered parking. No smoking or pets. Available now. $725 monthly, $500 deposit. 727235-8413 entasF Mobile home on tree shaded country lot. One bedroom, unfurnished, no pets. $475 monthly $175 deposit. Adult only. Call 813-677-4796 arehouse ace Garage & mini storage, RV lots & mobile home lots for rent. 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RUSKIN VACANT LOT zoned RDC-12 Duplex or SFH, owner has blueprints for Key West-style home on stilts. $19,900. $89,500 FOR DOUBLEWIDE ON LOT IN TOWN! 3BR/1BA, laminate oors, new CHA, screen porch, wood deck, double carport. Corner lot may be buildable! CALL ROXANNE WESTBROOK 813-748-2201 OR KAY PYE 813-361-3671OVER 100 FEET ON THE WATER! 2BR/2BA with unattached garage and just minutes from Tampa Bay with over 100 feet of waterfront. Special features include: a huge lot (almost acre), a new seawall, dock, newer roof, updated kitchen, beautiful mature landscaping & much more! $349,900. COUNTRY LIFE WITH OVER 2 ACRES! Very roomy 4BR/2.5BA Doublewide with 2,280 sq.ft. Special features include: an open oor plan, a nice large kitchen with ample counters and cabinets, replace, fenced backyard, storage shed and much more! $169,900. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON U.S. 301 Just over an acre on the corner of U.S. 301 and Willow Road. Completely fenced with a 3,330-sq.-ft. metal building. 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