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! I September 22, 2010


I T9 INSIDE


Earl Ball at the Zephyrhills Shuffleboard Club.

HAVING A BALL
Zephyrhills shuffleboarder rakes
in more titles
Page 16

WIREGRASS GROWING
Developers of Wiregrass earn
approval on changes to plans for
massive community
Page 2

NEWCOMERS
Club helps women feel welcome
to the area
Page 4

COASTAL CLEANUP
Volunteers help keep Pasco
County clean
Page 6

ZEPHYRHILLS CHAMBER
Many honored at the annual
Zephyrhills Chamber banquet
Page 8


Mike Mira, outgoing president of the
Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce,
holds up a spoof illustration of himself on
a mock magazine cover at the Sept. 16
chamber awards dinner. More photos
and story inside on page 8. Photo by
Gary Hatrick.


Doug Duffield was named Florida Hospital Zephyrhills' CEO and
president Sept. 2. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


Hospital taps veteran to

oversee new construction

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Building hospitals has become second nature to John
Negley
The Wesley Chapel resident is in charge of building the
Wesley Chapel Medical Center, which will break ground later
this year. It is the fourth hospital he has helped put up.Two oth-
ers were in Maryland and the most recent is Florida Hospital
Heartland Medical Center in Sebring.
"I'm really pleased to be building the first hospital in Wesley
Chapel,' Negley said."It'll certainly bring quality healthcare clos-
er to home. Part of my job has been getting involved in the
See VETERAN, page 14


City approves earlier

alcohol sales

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Restaurants in Zephyrhills can begin
serving mimosas at 11 a.m. on Sundays
and convenience and grocery stores can
start selling six-packs of beer at the same
time under a new ordinance adopted
last week by the Zephyrhills City Council.
"The City Council made the right deci-
sion," said Vonnie Mikkelsen, executive
director of the Zephyrhills Chamber of
Commerce.
The chamber pushed for the change
after a number of businesses complained
that the city's previous law which did
not allow liquor sales until 1 p.m. put
them at a competitive disadvantage with
other businesses.
A majority of council members agreed,
voting 3-2 last Monday night to clear the
way for sales to begin at 11 a.m. Sunday.
Council members Kenneth Compton,
Jodi Wilkeson and Tim Urban voted for
the change and Manny Funes and Lance
Smith voted against it.


Doug Duffield to lead

Florida Hospital Zephyrhills

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Doug Duffield was only at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills for
seven months, but his leadership won him the position of hos-
pital CEO and president Sept. 2.
"It was a great honor to be named CEO and president of
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills," Duffield said."It's a beautiful area
with great people. I love working and living here in east Pasco."
Duffield, 41,was named to the position after the facility's
previous leader, John Harding, was named CEO of the new
Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Region formed after the merger of
the Adventist Health System (AHS) and University Community
Health (UCH) Sept. 1.
See DUFFIELD, page 14


John Negley next to a rendering of the Wesley Chapel Medical
Center he is building and a portion of the blueprints for the project.
(Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


Schools cope with class size caps


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

The overall enrollment for Pasco County
public schools is close to what district offi-
cials projected but the district still must
balance out individual classes to meet the
state's strict class size limits.
At the elementary level, a lot of shifting is
being done within schools, said Summer
Romagnoli, district spokeswoman.A fourth-
grade teacher, for instance, may have to
teach a second-grade class.
Veterans, Sand Pine and Seven Oaks are
among the elementary schools that are
doing a lot of internal shifts, Romagnoli
said.
At the high school level, the district has
asked teachers to volunteer to take on an
additional period to reduce the impact on
students.The teachers will receive a stipend,
but must give up their planning period.
Some high school students in classes that
are exceeding the caps are shifting to online
classes, Romagnoli said. Numerous students
atWiregrass Ranch andWesley Chapel high
schools are going that route.
"We're trying to manage the impacts,"


Romagnoli said, but the district realizes
these disruptions are hard on people.
"The teachers they've bonded with
these students and the kids have bonded
with the teachers,' she said.
Superintendent Heather Fiorentino ad-
dressed the class size issue in a Sept. 10
letter sent home to parents.
"Under the current law, the district does
not have the flexibility to make common
sense decisions about the best placement of
students if those placements jeopardize a
school or classroom's class size status,"
Fiorentino states in the letter.
The state will audit class size in October
and if even a single class in the district ex-
ceeds the class size limit, the district will be
deemed out of compliance and will face se-
vere financial penalties, the superintendent
informed parents.
"We understand the importance of conti-
nuity for students, and have tried everything
within our power to minimize the disrup-
tion in classrooms. Unfortunately, the
classes that exceed their limits must be ad-
dressed in order to comply with the law,"
Fiorentino added.
See SCHOOLS, page 14


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Transformation of Wiregrass from ranch to regional hub


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

A single vote will help move Wiregrass
Ranch from a cattle farm to a center of edu-
cation, business and fun.
The Pasco County Commission voted
unanimously Sept. 6 to approve a plan for
the development of that section ofWesley
Chapel.
The plan includes clearing way for the
newWesley Chapel Medical Center, Pasco-
Hernando Community Hospital's (PHCC)
Wiregrass Campus and a future recreation
complex.With those additions, the plan also
calls for a reduction in the number of poten-
tial homes that can be built in the area by
1,205.
Pasco Commission chairwoman and
Pasco tourism council chairwoman Pat
Mulieri sees the benefit of adding recreation
that will bring people from other counties
or states.
"The recreation center would be a big
boost for the economy," Mulieri said. "A
prime example is the lacrosse tournament
we have in January near Saddlebrook. It
brings in more than $2 million to our econ-
omy. Pizza places, hotels and stores are


jumping and the regis-
ters are all ringing.
Imagine having a facili-
ty that has weekly
tournaments, perhaps
professional ice hock-
ey practice, and local
teams."
"The hospital and
PHCC will create a
synergy that will bring
more prosperity to the
area and contribute
positively to the quali-
ty of life in Wesley Most of the area call
Chapel," Mulieri con- farm owned by the P
tinued. "The hospital
and college will bring additional profession-
als to the area and new residents can
absorb some of the housing surplus."
Mulieri was a professor at PHCC for
more than 20 years and is happy to see the
expansion of education.
"Having a diverse educational environ-
ment contributes to economic development
and will be a plus when recruiting new
businesses to Pasco," Mulieri said. "It will
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ed Wiregrass Ranch was actually a working cow
orter family. (Photo courtesy of Quinn Porter)

portunities home."
The reduction of potential homes is to
make room for increased development of
more businesses.To compensate for the loss
of residential development, the plan ap-
proved rezoning of the area around the
future extension of SR 56 from where it
stops at Meadow Pointe Boulevard east to
Morris Bridge Road.That project will likely
be paid for by developers,not the county.
The rezoning will allow more than 2,000
homes to be built on the 825.5 acres of land
next to the future extension. Part of that
area would be the new River Landing devel-
opment, which will have about 1,200
homes, 400 multifamily homes and 300
townhouses.
Before the rezoning, the land was for
agricultural purposes.
On the recreation side, the "attractions
and recreation facility" could be many
things, according to Eric Keaton, Pasco
tourism manager.
"That land is currently available for pri-
vate developers who can approach the
county to build any recreational facility
from hockey to racquetball or shuffle-
board," Keaton said.


The details of the plan include:
Planning for a 300,000-square-foot at-
tractions and recreation facility.
Adding an 18-hole golf course.
Officially setting aside enough land
for the new $45 million PHCC cam-
pus that can accommodate 1, 100
students on Mansfield Boulevard near
Wiregrass Ranch High.
Allocating 200,000-square-feet need-
ed for the Wesley Chapel Medical
Center that will begin construction
later this year about one half-mile
north of SR 56 on Bruce B. Downs
Boulevard.
Increasing the number of hotel
rooms from 120 to 480 in the area.


Keaton said there is county land near
Saddlebrook that will be used for a tennis
or other relational facility. He said there is a
chance the county will swap that land with
the area around SR 56 and open up the
property near Saddlebrook for private de-
velopers.
The 5,000-acre Wiregrass Ranch is
owned by the Porter family.The Porters first
bought 14,000 acres of land that stretched
from New River down into Hillsborough
County in 1941. Don Porter's father, James,
moved his family to the land in 1946.
Porter said his family still has a ranch
that raises cattle and grows oranges in the
Wiregrass area. He said there was a time
when he envisioned an area with schools,
shopping centers, recreation and a hospital
decades ago.The commissioner's vote has
helped that vision has come true.
"There's been a lot of progress and
that's needed," Porter said. "I'm glad I've
been able to see the area build up into
what it is today."


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Sister Stroll to fight breast cancer 2 2 2


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
For the second straight year Sister Stroll
for a Cure will help raise awareness of breast
cancer while supporting Florida Hospital
Zephyrhills' effort to build a new treatment fa-
cility
The event, which is free and open to the
public, is from 8 to about 10:30 a.m. at the
hospital's fitness trail in front of the facility,
7050 Gall Blvd. in Zephyrhills. Participants
will walk the trail from 9-10 a.m. to support
anyone facing the disease or to honor those
who have died from breast cancer.
"Getting awareness out about the disease
is very important," said Dr. Danielle Albritton.
"With October being Breast Cancer
Awareness Month we get a lot more women
coming in to get checked out and that's criti-
cally important."
Albritton said it is recommended that
women start getting breast examinations
from their doctor after age 20 and start get-
ting mammograms regularly around age 40.
She added anyone who has a history of breast
cancer in their family, especially close rela-
tives, should discuss it with their doctors as
soon as possible.
Albritton added there are several ways to
decrease the risk of developing breast cancer,
which include: not smoking, limiting alcohol
intake, decreasing stress, exercising regularly,
keeping weight at a healthy level and reduc-
ing the amount of fat, sugar and salt in
someone's diet.
Albritton has been with Medical Group of
Tampa, partners with the Florida Hospital
Zephyrhills, for the last seven years and is
based out of Dade City WhileAlbritton works
more to prevent breast cancer, and all dis-
eases for that matter, Dr. KimApple, also with
the medical group, performs surgeries to re-
move the tumors.
Apple has been performing the surgeries
at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills for three years


Cutting the ribbon to start the 2009 Sister Stroll are from the left Danielle Albritton, Alicia Geib, Kim Apple, Sheila Bahn and Cristina
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and will participate in the stroll this year.
"I wanted to get into treating breast can-
cer because I get a lot of gratification helping
women with the disease,"Apple said."It's very
emotional even to speak about breast cancer
and I really enjoy being able to help women
make the right decision about treatment."
About 1 percent of men contract the dis-
ease, according to Apple, but early detection
is much less common. She said if a man dis-
covers a lump in the chest wall he should get
it checked as soon as possible.
Apple said new technology allows for min-
imally invasive biopsies that allow patients to
heal more quickly. If a lump is cancerous she
performs either a lumpectomy, which re-
moves just the tumor and surrounding tissue,
or a mastectomy, which removes the whole
breast. She added the most important thing in
cancer treatment is detecting it early.
"That reduces the amount of spreading
that can happen,'Apple said."Events like the
Sister Stroll can help the community not only
become aware of breast cancer, but it also
helps those with the disease know there are


people thinking of them."
At the stroll, health practitioners will be
available to answer questions about breast
cancer.There will also be a raffle at 10 a.m.
with refreshments.
Donations will also be collected at the
event to raise money for Florida Hospital
Zephyrhills' future Breast Center.The stroll


raised $2,500 last year.
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full amount must be paid for at the time of
service and can be done at both the hospital
and at Florida Hospital Imaging of Wesley
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Newcomers club offers friendship, fun, emotional support


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

The ladies stream into the restaurant, ex-
changing hugs and good-natured banter in
what appears to be a gathering of old
friends.
As it turns out, however, some members
of the club joined just a few months ago,
while others have belonged for years.
But the same friendly greeting was ex-
tended to all and the warmth of the
reception is in keeping with the spirit of
Tampa Bay Newcomers, Inc., an organization
for women, founded in 1952.
The women at the Daytime Bunko gather-
ing atAmici Pizza inWesley Chapel moved to
Tampa Bay from places like Plainview, N.Y;
Las Vegas, Nev.; Grosse Ile, Mich.; Houston,
Texas; and Wauwatosa,Wis., to mention just a
few.
The women who join Tampa Bay
Newcomers Inc., do so for different reasons.
Many are new to the area and are seeking
not only potential friends, but also practical
help.They want advice on finding a doctor, a
dentist, a vet, a hairdresser, a handyman or a
mechanic. They also want to know more
about the area's offerings, such as where to
have fun or to find a good meal.
Some may join because they enjoy play-
ing bridge, canasta or Bunco, they like to
bowl or golf or they want to partake in any
number of other activities the club offers.
Some are attracted because of a life
change leaving them with newfound time
on their hands:They're recent widows, newly
retired or have become empty-nesters.
Club president Charlotte Sandery moved
toWesley Chapel after living in Australia for
24 years.
She moved to the area after her husband
died.And, although she had visited numerous
times because her daughter lives in the com-
munity, she had not formed any friendships.
"I knew I needed to get involved with


The club's Daytime Bunko meets at noon on the second Tuesday of each month at Amici Pizza, 26252 SR 54. Any women who enjoy
bunco are invited to come give it a try. (Photos by B.C. Manion)


some like-minded people," Sandery said. So,
she decided to give Tampa Bay Newcomers a
try.
"All of these women just greet you with
open arms.They want to know who you are
and where you're from and what you're
doing here and what you like to do," Sandery
said.
"They're very friendly girls," agreed 77-
year-old Rose Bleich,who is originally from
Long Island. Even though she considers her-
self to be shy by nature, the Wesley Chapel
woman said she feels right at home with the
group.
It's a lot of fun, said 62-year-old Beverly
Ackerman.
"I went kayaking. I never thought I would
go kayaking," said the retired revenue officer
for the Internal Revenue Service. "I think
next month they're gong to be doing zip-lin-
ing."
Like many other members of the group,
Ackerman learned about it while she was ex-


ercising at Shapes. She overheard a group of
women talking about a monthly gathering
called TGIS, which is essentially a giant
potluck for couples held at a club member's
home.
"You meet people from all over. It's so in-
teresting. Everybody down here comes from
somewhere else," said Ackerman, who moved
to the area three years ago from Plainview,
N.Y
Sixty-one-year-old Ruth Gibney, of Land O'
Lakes, most recently lived in Las Vegas. Before
she lived there, she lived near Chicago and in
New York, New Jersey, Houston and Toronto.
She was a member of Newcomers in each of
those places, except for NewYork,where she
couldn't find a club.
Even before she moved to Florida, she
began researching online looking for an ac-
tive Newcomers club.
The former kindergarten teacher, former
clown and former tour guide, said she enjoys
the club's activities and camaraderie.


It often gives member a chance to try
something new, she said.
"When I moved to Las Vegas, I had never
played Scrabble and I had never bowled, and
I ended up being in both.
"If there is an activity that you really enjoy
and they don't have it,you can go to a board
meeting and start it," she added.
Sixty-three-year-old Mary Joaquin, who
lives in Zephyrhills, recalls how difficult it
was to learn her way around the community.
She found out about Newcomers at
Shapes, when a woman overheard her ex-
pressing her frustration about not being able
to find her way around. She recalls saying:"I
just wish somebody could point me from
Point A to Point B and I could get some-
place."
In response, a woman in the locker room
began telling her about Newcomers, and
brought her in a newsletter about the group
the next day.
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NEWCOMERS, from page 4
Joaquin is glad she joined.
"This has been great. I've learned how to
play mahjong. I'm learning how to play
bridge. I'm going bowling,"Joaquin said.
"They're very organized I like that," said
60-year-old Marlene Renaud, of Wesley
Chapel. "They have so many activities.
There's something for everyone. There's
something to do almost every day."
Fifty-three-year-old Sabrina Scott grew up
in Tampa but followed her husband's mili-
tary career for stints in Hawaii, Puerto Rico
and at the Pentagon, as well as other locales.
When she returned to settle in Lutz, so
much of the area had changed, Scott said.
The Newcomers club helped her to get
acquainted with the area's new offerings.
Members told her about good restau-
rants, good doctors and other things, Scott
said. "It's like having directories for the
whole city, but for different things."
Besides being fun, members also are a
source of emotional support for each other.
Sixty-five-year-old Donna Gosset, of Land
O' Lakes, said she experienced that firsthand
when she found out she had breast cancer
last year.
"They all reached out, sent me cards,
took me to my appointments. It was a real,
as I would say, sisterhood. The good Lord
carried me through it and they lifted my
arms.
Gosset said she had lived in Clearwater
for decades before moving to her new
home to downsize.
In one sense, moving to the new com-
munity was like moving to a new state, she
said."I knew nobody."
Gosset isn't the only recipient of the
club members' compassion.
When another woman's husband died
suddenly, others in the group sprang to ac-
tion. One went to help do laundry and do
some cleaning around the house; another
helped with funeral arrangements. Lots of
club members got busy in their kitchens
preparing food to serve after the memorial.
"If you need something, somebody is


"They're very friendly girls."
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Zephyrhills High athletic director Bruce Cimorelli (right) and new Bulldogs football
coach Reggie Roberts receive their Rotary pins from Tim Pierson as Rotary district
6950 governor Lynda Vinson looks on. The two became new members of The Rotary
Club of Zephyrhills at the club's noon meeting in Shepard Park Sept. 2. (Photo by
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Digest these thoughts as dining column 'skips a meal'
Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than
ever before. Samantha Taylor, owner of Pure Health Studios, offers tips on how to make
responsible choices while dining out at area restaurants.


By Samantha Taylor
Pure Health Studios
As many of you
already know, I
have been touring
local restaurants to
review their meals
and recommend to
you what to eat and
I will be continuing
to do this to help
you in your efforts to manage your weight.
Before I move on to the next restau-
rant, I want to tell you important things
about the reality of eating out and its im-
pact on weight gain.The challenge is that
most restaurants are interested in packing
the most flavor into their dishes, not in
regulating the fat and calorie content.That
is a big deal to us who actually care about
our health and our weight (losing and not
gaining) and care about avoiding heart dis-
ease and diabetes.
I have been trying to focus on restau-
rants that let you modify their servings and
are more health conscious than the average
place. However, as you have read from my
past columns,you have to be very specific
with how you order your food so that you
can make the necessary adjustments to try
and reduce the hidden fats and calories.
What I learned from 10 years of wait-
ing tables is that an average person could
consume as much as 3,000 calories per
meal. What? This may come as a shock to
you, but the calories add up once you have
the bread, butter, meal, drinks and even the
seemingly harmless salad.
A salad may appear healthful, but there
can be a ton of hidden fat in its buttery


On the menu
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croutons, cheese and rich dressing. You
have yet to devour the main meal and, pos-
sibly, the dessert. Wait that can actually
be closer to 4,000 calories! An average
meal at a restaurant, like a dinner entree,
usually has around 1,500 to 2,000 calories.
So the point I want to reiterate to you
is this: if you are going to eat out, you have
to be really clear about what you are or-
dering, how to have it prepared and
control your portion sizes. If you pay
enough attention to those three specifics,
you can eat out more frequently without
sacrificing your healthy weight.
I have to be honest, though. I think one
reason our country is so overweight is that
most people who eat out have no idea
how many calories are contained in what
they order and do not practice portion
control.
This is why if you are not able to con-
trol yourself and practice discipline, eating
out regularly may not be the best idea for
you. You should make eating out an occa-
sional treat, not a daily or an every other
day event.

For more information, on healthy or-
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This month, it's easier than ever and more impactful to get this
important screening. For the entire month of October, Pasco Regional will
donate $5 to the America Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast
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Nelson Ryman recognized for Haiti work at chamber event


Nelson Ryman, Zephyrhills businessman
and philanthropist, received the first-ever
GlobalVolunteer of the Year award from the
Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce at the
group's Sept. 16 annual awards banquet.
Ryman received a standing ovation from
the close to 200 business leaders in atten-
dance for his support of a Haitian orphanage
over the past 15 years.The group also recog-


Nelson Ryman accepts an award as Global
Volunteer of the Year at the Zephyrhills
Chamber annual banquet Sept. 16. (Photos
by Gary Hatrick)


nized Ryman for his work with area Rotary
Clubs that raised more than $13,000 to build
homes for families left homeless after the
January Haitian earthquake.
The more traditional CommunityVolunteer
of the Year went to Tim Mitchell, pastor at
Exciting Chancey Road Christian Church.
The top company honor went to Florida
Hospital Zephyrhills as Business of the Year.
Florida Hospital was also the banquet's pre-
mier sponsor.
Other awards announced at the event,
which was at Bentley Commons retirement
community, include:
Community Involvement by Group:
Rotary Club of Zephyrhills and Daybreak
Rotary Club
Leadership in Youth Involvement:
ZephyrhillsArmyJROTC
Leadership in Government Affairs:
Todd Vande Berg, City of Zephyrhills
Development Director
Ambassadors of the Year: John and
Diana MacDiarmid
Chamber Member of the Year: Darrell
Pennington, CF Industries
Citizen of the Year: Mike Mira, Maine-ly
New England
Brian Corley, supervisor of election for
Pasco County, swore in the Chamber 2010-11
Board of Directors. Officers are Carolyn
Hodges, president; Michael Mira, president-
elect; Greg First, vice president; John Scott,


Back, left to right: Darrell Pennington, CF Industries, member of the year; Jan Baskin,
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SHADES OF TWILIGHT
PERFORMANCE
The local band, Shades of Twilight, will
perform at Hot Topic inWesley Chapel at 7
p.m. Sept. 23. The band members are Kyle
Swoboda, Garren Dial andVan Tucker all
of Land O' Lakes, graduates of Sun Lake
High and students at USF and Cody Paige
of Brooksville.The event is free. Come out
early and take advantage of special
merchandise deals. Hot Topic is located at
The Shops atWiregrass, 28211 Paseo Drive.

EDUCATION
SAT AND ACT PRACTICE
Princeton Review will administer a practice
test featuring questions from both the SAT
and ACT atWesley Chapel High School
cafeteria from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Sept. 25.
Cost per student is $20, pre-registration
preferred, but walk-ins welcome.Arrive by
8:45 a.m. with a calculator and no. 2
pencils. A follow-up session to discuss the
strengths and weaknesses on your score
report and basic test taking techniques will
be Oct. 7 in the media center.
For more information, call Jennifer Larimore
at (813) 794-8722.

SUPPORT
CHARITY ART SALE
CARES, along with Trade Mark Sales, will
host the FirstAnnual CharityArt Sales Event
from 1-5 p.m. Sept. 25 and from 12-5 p.m.
Sept. 26 at Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty
Pond Road in Zephyrhills. Proceeds from
the sale will benefit CARES and the visual
arts in the Tampa Bay area.Admission to the
event is free, but donations to CARES are
appreciated.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

RESTORE TOUR COMES TO
WESLEY CHAPEL
Watoto, a holistic care program serving
the needs of Uganda and its people, will
bring "Restore Tour: Child Soldier No
More" to Victorious Life Church at 7 p.m.
Sept. 28.This stage production chronicles
the child soldier and the greater
community of northern Uganda who
have endured some of the worst
atrocities known to man.The event is
free. Donations will be accepted.
For photos and videos, visit
www.restoretour.com.
For more information on Watoto, visit
www.watoto.com.

For more information, call Larry Munroe at
(813) 293-0987.

HUMANE SOCIETY FOOD BANK
Casper's Cupboard, the Humane Society of
Tampa Bay food bank, will collect donations
of bags of dog and cat food at Texas
Roadhouse, 26409 Silver Maple Parkway in
Wesley Chapel, from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept.
26.The GFWC NewTampa Juniors &
Juniorettes will collect the pet food.Texas
Roadhouse will donate 10 percent of food
and drink sales to the humane society.
For more information, visit
www.RWCNewTampaJuniors.org.
For call-ahead seating, call (813) 907-8188.

COMMUNITY
EXOTIC HONEY TASTING AT USF
USF Botanical Gardens will host its first
annual honey tasting event from 3-5 p.m.


Sept. 25, featuring exotic and unusual
honey from around the world as well as
honey produced at USETickets are $20.The
botanical gardens are located at 12210 USF
Pine Drive in Tampa.
For more information, call (813) 910-3274 o
e-mail USFBotanicalGardens@gmail.com.

TAMPA BAY NEWCOMERS
LUNCHEON
Tampa Bay Newcomers Inc. will have its
monthly luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 28 at
Tampa Palms Golf and Country Club, 5811
Tampa Palms Blvd.The group will honor
past presidents.
For luncheon information, call (813) 977-
6861.
For membership information, call (813)
907-0386.

ALZHEIMER'S FAMILY
CAREGIVER SEMINARS
-Sept. 26,2 p.m., Heritage Park, 37135
ColemanAve.in Dade City. Call (352) 567-
8615.
-Sept. 27, 3 p.m., Zephyr Haven Health &
Rehab Center, 38250Ave. A in Zephyrhills.
Call (813) 782-5508.
-Sept. 28, 4:30 p.m., Dynamic Seniors Adult
Day Care, 4729 Allen Road in Zephyrhills.
Call (813) 782-8843.

WOMEN-N-CHARGE MEETING
Women-N-Charge will have its general
monthly meeting and luncheon at Pebble
Creek Golf and Country Club in New
Tampa Oct. 1.The speaker will be Dr. Kim
Apple of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills on the
topic of breast cancer. October is Breast
Cancer Awareness Month.
Go to www.women-n-charge.com to make
your reservation.


MASTER GARDENERS'
PLANT SALE
The Annual Pasco Master Gardeners' Plant
Sale will be 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 2 at the
Pasco County Fairgrounds, 36722 SR 52 in
Dade City, in the Greenhouse.
There will be a huge variety of annuals,
perennials, vegetable plants, herbs, citrus
trees, berry bushes, native plants, water
garden plants, butterfly attractors,
ornamentals, bulbs and much more.
Master Gardeners will assist buyers and
answer questions. Tour the
Demonstration Gardens and take a rain
barrel workshop.
Registration forms can be found under the
Events Calendar at
www.pasco.ifas.ufl.edu.
For information, call the Pasco County
Extension Office at (352)521-4288, (813)
996-2411 or (727) 847-2411 ext. 4288.

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NEEDS MEMBERS
The Friendship Singers is beginning its
16th concert season through June of
2011.
The group is comprised of 40-plus
volunteer members who perform at
nursing homes, assisted living facilities,
senior centers, churches and community
centers in Pasco and Hillsborough counties.
The standard program consists of music
from the 30s, 40s and 50s. Rehearsals are
10 a.m.-noon alternating Saturdays.
Members do not pay dues.
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For information, contact either Joe Berling
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In the year that I
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of The Laker and Lutz
News, my staff and I
have worked to create
a new voice for the
papers. Our goal has
been to publish more
stories about the suc-
cesses and challenges of people and
organizations in our communities and to re-
port on news that makes life a bit easier and
more fun for our readers.
We began this quest without an editor to
lead the way, working together to assemble
a mix of stories each week that would ap-
peal to our different groups of readers -
families, seniors, singles, commuters, empty
nesters, students, etc.
I was pleased with our progress and by
June was ready to hire an editor to get us
to the next level.We wanted an editor to
help us develop more compelling stories
about people and happenings in our com-
munities. We wanted our papers packed
with stories and photos that residents
looked forward to reading every week.
Waiting until June to hire an editor
meant that my first choice for the job,Joe
Humphrey, was available.Joe is a journalism
teacher at Hillsborough High School in
Tampa and June was the beginning of his
summer break.
Before Joe was a teacher, he was a daily
newspaper reporter and, while in college,
editor of The Oracle, USF's student newspa-
per. He moved into teaching seven years
ago and was recently recognized as one of
the top five journalism teachers in the coun-
try by the DowJones News Fund, a national
group founded byThe Wall Street Journal.
This is a pretty prestigious award, one
that makes us doubly proud to have Joe
heading up our newsroom. His passion and
gift for journalism obviously translates as
well into the classroom as if does as editor
of our weekly suburban newspaper group.
His colleagues at The Laker and Lutz
News share Joe's passion for journalism.
Community Editor B.C. Manion, who
worked 23 years as a writer forThe Tampa
Tribune, began her career at a community
newspaper in her home state of Nebraska.


She brings her well-crafted story telling to
our papers with stories that capture the zest
and zeal of her subjects. If you read B.C.'s
story last week about Joe Sentelik, the
Zephyrhills man who risked his life to res-
cue an elderly couple from certain
drowning, you understand when I say that
B.C.is a masterful storyteller.
I've never met a reporter as versatile as
staff writer Kyle LoJacono. He writes every-
thing from sports (shuffleboard to prep
football) to stories about road construction
and medical trends. A 2009 graduate of
Florida State University, Kyle is a Lutz native
and alumnus of Gaither High School. He
brings a passion for hometown news as
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Our news assistant and copy editor is
Mary Rathman. Her command of spelling
and grammar is remarkable. She is one of
those people who gets a thrill out of finding
a misspelled word or misplaced comma. She
is the person behind the weekly "What's
Happening" section and is editor of Park
News, our seasonal publication for our win-
ter residents of Zephyrhills.
Joe, B.C., Kyle and Mary are always on
the lookout for story ideas and photo op-
portunities. They want our papers to be
your guide to the good life in Lutz, Land O'
Lakes,Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills and Dade
City.
To do that, they need to hear from you
with ideas on stories you'd like to see in
your hometown paper.You can find their e-
mail addresses above their stories or in the
staff box, or you call any of them at (813)
909-2800.
My news staff has taught me that jour-
nalists must be insistent, yet patient;
tolerant, yet persistent and always fair.Their
sole mission is to tell the story so well that
you read it to the very last paragraph.
I've learned that to write for a communi-
ty newspaper you must write from the
heart because you are writing about and for
the people in the community where they
live.You write because of a genuine com-
mitment to share the good, and at times the
bad, with your neighbors.
I can assure you that Joe, B.C.,Kyle and
Mary all have very big hearts who come to
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DUFFIELD, from page 1
After learning of Duffield's new position,
Harding said,"Doug has proven that he has
the leadership skills, the vision and the
sense of mission that will enable Florida
Hospital Zephyrhills to continue on its jour-
ney to provide the most comprehensive and
compassionate healthcare services to our
patients and the communities we serve."
The merger ofAHS and UCH has Duffield
thrilled about the possibilities for the peo-
ple of the Tampa Bay area.
"I think it's very exciting to see that UCH
has merged with AHS and I think that's
going to create a lot of synergy throughout
this region," Duffield said."AsWesley Chapel
Medical Center is built, I see some very in-
teresting collaboration that's going to be
able to take place. However, my role is with
this hospital, so my commitment is 100 per-
cent to this community in east Pasco.
"As I look out I look at how do we align re-
lationships with the community physicians
and I see us seeing how we can expand servic-
es so that patients don't have to leave
Zephyrhills for higher levels of care," Duffield
continued."I think we've earned the trust of
our patients because they can get the same pa-
tient experience of any other medical center."
Duffield lives in SanAntonio and started
at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills in January. He
most recently worked at the AHS-owned
Sonora Regional Medical Center in California.
Before that he was in Africa at the Maluti
Adventist Hospital in Lesotho, where he
worked with doctors to track the HIV virus
while starting a computer training school.
"InAfrica we were working with people
who had never seen a calculator before,"
Duffield said. "It was very different from
here where we have so much technology.
We were able to help them get better
equipped to follow the AIDS pandemic
while giving them some of the tools to bet-
ter their access to healthcare."
Duffield started his career as a technolo-
gy consultant and helped launch several of
Microsoft's Internet-based services, includ-
ing MSN, Expedia and City Search. He also


worked with Intel Corporation's supercom-
puting division. He said healthcare was
becoming a larger part of his career with
technology, which moved him toward his
current profession.
Duffield said his position in Sonora had a
similar clientele as Zephyrhills because that
hospital is not in a major city and is an area
where many people from central California
go when they retire. However, the seasonali-
ty of Zephyrhills residents is a different
challenge.
"In Sonora we talked about the winter in-
crease in patients because of having more
respiratory diseases, while here it's because a
lot of the people come for the winter,"
Duffield said. "It causes its own challenges
with staffing, but the hospital has been around
for 25 years and everyone here has a lot of ex-
perience dealing with those challenges."
Duffield said the two main things he is
focusing on are keeping the commitment to
excellent care and looking for ways to be
more efficient.
"When someone first walks into the hos-
pital they've already spoken to four or five
people and by the time they've left they've
been with 50 people from the doctors, staff
and volunteers," Duffield said."We need to
make sure everyone is committed to provid-
ing excellent care from making patients feel
comfortable to providing the best medicine
and treatment.
"When I talk about efficient I don't
mean limiting care in any way," Duffield con-
tinued."It's more about taking the waste out
of the system. Our goal is to create no-wait
clinics. People expect to spend hours when
they go to a doctor now.We've seen that it's
possible to cut that time not by reducing
time spent with the doctors, but by having
them pre-signed in, getting their weight,
blood pressure and other things checked by
a nurse and then go right in to the doctor."
Duffield was born in Portland, Ore. and
graduated from Walla Walla University. He
has been married to Melanie Duffield for 10
years.They have two daughters Taylor, 8,
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VETERAN, from page 1
community to learn about what the people
want from their hospital, which is why I'm
in the Rotary Club ofWesley Chapel as their
president and also on the board for the
Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce."
The hospital is being built by the
Adventist Health System (AHS), which re-
cently merged with University Community
Health (UCH). Negley's current position
with AHS is assistant vice president at
Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. He has been a
part ofAHS since 1992.
"I started building a lot of commercial fa-
cilities in West Virginia before moving
toward healthcare construction," Negley
said."I came to Wesley Chapel in 2008 after
the Sebring hospital was finished."
The Wesley Chapel hospital will break
ground later this year and will take about 18
months to build. Robins & Morton will be
completing the job. The company has fin-
ished more than 900 projects in 28 states,
including the AHS-owned Florida Hospital
Memorial Medical Center in Daytona Beach.
When it does open, the facility will bring
450 jobs to the area according to hospital
spokeswoman LynAcer.
"It's also the construction workers who
will be eating in the area restaurants, buying
gas and shopping here during the project,"
Negley said. "It will be a big boost to the
local economy, job market and to the avail-

SCHOOLS, from page 1
"I apologize in advance for any incon-
venience this may cause your child or
family," she concluded.
Florida voters will decide in
November on a proposal to soften the
class size cap they approved in 2002. In
the meantime, schools still must comply
with the law.
The district will offer two class size clin-
ics for principals this week to help them
deal with some of the challenges posed by
the class size issue, Romagnoli said.
On a brighter note, the district's enroll-


ability of healthcare."
Negley, 62, said most of his daily duties
now include finishing the permitting
process for the new hospital.After that is fin-
ished, he will turn his attention to building
the facility. It's a heavy process the blue-
prints actually weigh 250 pounds.
When completed, the facility will cover
200,000 square feet on 52 acres of land. Some
400,000 cubic yards of dirt will be moved. It
will open as an 80-bed facility, but is built to
easily expand to about twice that once the
demand is established from the community.
A removable roof will be installed to
more quickly expand from three to six sto-
ries. The hospital's features will include
obstetrics, pediatrics, women's and men's
services, general surgery, an emergency de-
partment, a comprehensive medical fitness
program, orthopedics and sports medicine.
While Negley has become experienced
at building hospitals,he has several other in-
terests including rebuilding classic cars. His
favorite is his 1936 Dodge humpback.
Negley also enjoys climbing mountains.
He and his son, John Jr., recently climbed
Mount Whitney in California. He will soon
take a trip to Japan where he will climb
Mount Fuji.
Negley married his high school sweet-
heart, Eileen.The couple has been married
for 42 years.They have one child and four
grandchildren.

ment is much closer now to its projections
that it was on the fifth day of school. The
20th day count showed the district down
just 90 students.
The district remains 774 students short
of what the state projected its enrollment
would be, Romagnoli said.The good news is
that the district based its budget and hiring
decisions on its own figures, which have
proved to me more accurate, than on the
state's projection.
Across Pasco County, low enrollment is
forcing at least one teacher from a half-
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Shuffleboard king returns with two more titles


Earl Ball ties record for
national championships

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

When it comes to shuffleboard national
championships, no one has more than
Zephyrhills resident Earl Ball.
Ball, 66,won two of the three titles at the
Eastern National Shuffleboard Championship
in Hendersonville, N.C., bringing his total title
count to 15.That ties him with Lary Faris,
who has retired from the game.
"It's exciting to have the op-
portunity to win so many titles,"
Ball said. "I've really enjoyed Z
chasing this record because the
guy who had the record and I
go back and forth with it. I Sh
wrote him e-mails saying that's
number 14 and that's number
15. He typically comes back and
says he's going to come out of retirement to
stay on top:'
The weeklong championship finished
Sept. 7. Ball took home the men's singles
and doubles Eastern National titles, but was
eliminated in the semifinals of the mixed
doubles event.
Helping Ball bring home the doubles
event was Stan Williamson, who now has


won eight championships. Seven of those ti-
tles came as a doubles team with Ball.
"I really went and played for Earl,"
Williamson, 63, said. "He plays a lot more
than I do and is much more into getting the
most titles, so I did it for him.
"When we go anywhere people always
know Earl,"Williamson added."He's the per-
son everyone knows and is trying to beat.
That makes it harder for him because every-
one is gunning for him."
Williamson is three years younger than
Ball. Because of that,Williamson said he is
like Tiger Woods chasing down Ball who is



(phyrhills )


ffleboard Club


Jack Nicklaus for the most titles. Nicklaus
has the most major championships in pro-
fessional golf history with 18, while Woods
is chasing him with 14.
"When you're the person doing it you
don't even feel it," Ball said."Other people
see it.When I look at what Tiger Woods does
or what Jack Nicklaus has done I'm amazed,
so it's the same thing.When you're the actu-


Stan Williamson (left) and Earl Ball display the titles won in Hendersonville. Williamson has
the doubles title the two claimed and Ball has the singles championship trophy.


al person, it's just part of
what you're doing."
Ball first started play-
ing in 1997, so he has
averaged more than one
national championship
per year. His main goal has
been to track down the
record for most national
titles. He also wants the
all-time wins crown in
Florida.
"The person with the
most has 85 and that's by
Glenn Peltier," Ball
said."I am third with
| 1 58 and won 10 last
year. So I'm chasing
that. I'm also about
20 points behind
S Faris for total nation-
S al points. So I've still
got that to chase
down too."
Players receive points
for finishing near the top
of various events.
Ball said he wants to
continue playing as long
as he can to reach those
last goals and stretch out a
lead in the number of na-
tional championships.
"Every now and then I
consider reducing the
amount of play because I
always feel it wear on me
at the end of the season in
March and April, but come
October you get excited
after you start playing
some tournaments," Ball
said."It's the mental part
that really gets you. It's not
so much physical, but it's
the combination of the
travel and playing four
and five days a week in
heavy competition."
At the Zephyrhills
Shuffleboard Club most
people said they look up
to Ball on the courts, in-
cluding Tom Churchill.
"He's a great player,"
Churchill said. "I wish I
was half as good as him


Earl Ball with the two national titles he won in Hendersonville,
N.C. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)


because he's the best in
the city and really in the country."
The next chance for Ball to take the over-
all lead in championships is in November in
Bradenton for the National Singles
Championship. If he does not win there, Ball
and Williamson will team up for the
National Doubles Championship in January,


also in Bradenton.
"That's where I won my first title with
Stan," Ball said. "It was the first champi-
onship of the new millennium in January of
2000 and it would be fitting if we could win
that to set the record. Of course I want to
win in November too."


Pasco principal
Pat Reedy
(standing) helps
Zephyrhills foot-


The annual 9 Mile War between ball announcer
the Zephyrhills High and Pasco High Greg First regis-
football teams is Oct. I in Zephyrhills, ter for Jarrett
and in preparation Jarrett Ford Ford Lincoln
Lincoln Mercury is hosting the DriveF Mercury's Drive
One 4 UR School program to raise One 4 UR School
money for both schools. program last fall.
For every test drive at the dealer- (File photo)
ship from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 24-25
Ford Motor Company and the Rotary clubs in Dade City and Zephyrhills will donate
$20 to the schools up to $9,000. Drivers will be able to pick which school to donate to.
The money will be presented to the schools at the game and supports sports and
extracurricular programs. During the first two years of the twice-annual event, about
$27,000 has been raised for the schools.
Free hotdogs, hamburgers and drinks will also be given out at the event, located
at 38300 DickJarrettWay in Dade City. For more information, call (352) 567-6711.


From left are Land O' Lakes Rowing Club members Darby Harvey, Jennifer Nelson, Leslie Stanford,
Barb Hayes and Mary Jane Kranendonk. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)


Row and Paddle for Hospice
The Land O' Lakes Rowing Club and BayArea
Watersports will have a rowing event to benefit
HPH Hospice at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 23 at Lake Saxon
Park off Lake Saxon Drive in Land O' Lakes.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
The event will include races on the lake,
medals and prizes for winners and drawings.
Spectators are encouraged to bring a chair to


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watch. Rowers need to be at least 15 year sold.
All proceeds will benefit HPH Hospice, which
provides end-of-life care to people in Pasco and
Hernando counties.
"It'll be a fun day and we'll get some money for
a good cause," said Mary Jane Kranendonk, who
started the rowing club.
Registration is $5 by Oct. 16 or $ 10 day of the
event.To sign up, call (813) 996-4718 or e-mail lol-
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Wesley Chapel tops Wiregrass Ranch 17-14


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their Wildcats beat rival Wiregrass Ranch 17-14 on Friday. (Photos of this event by
Anthony V. Masella Jr. can be found at www.OurtownFLA.com)


The Wildcat and Bull mascots square off under the
Friday night lights in Wesley Chapel.


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James Tringali drops back to pass.


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Gaither 1-2 (0-0)
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Freedom 1-2 (0-0)
Tampa BayTech 1-2 (0-0)
Wharton 1-2 (0-0)
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Class 2A District 5
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Lennard 3-0 (0-0)
Robinson 2-0 (0-0)
Strawberry Crest 2-0 (0-0)
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Just look at the world around you
Right here on the ocean floor
Such wonderful things surround you
What more is you looking' for?
-Under the Sea from The Little Mermaid

By Randall Grantham
Community Columnist

lake in Lutz that was
so clear Dad would
take away my mask
so I would have to
open my eyes under
water and not grow
up to be a sissy, I
have always loved
the water. I could swim before I could
walk and we were weaned on water skis,
or growing bored with that, a piece of ply-
wood, an old canoe paddle or even
standing on a barstool perched on a disk
of plywood while being pulled around the
lake by a ski-boat. We finally gave all that
up and, with a fast enough boat, just went
barefoot (size 12s don't hurt).
Underwater
was also a play-
ground for us. We
would have con-
tests to see who
could hold their
breath under
water the longest.
Who could swim
the furthest with-
out coming up for
air? We would try
to swim the
length of the
dock, weaving A megalodon tooth li\
around the poles Randall Grantham foi
like a slalom called a "charter tooth
course, without nav for the cost of a (


surfacing. And


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ch


there was always,
who could go the deepest and reach the
bottom. But you had to bring up proof: a
handful of mud.
I used to dream I was swimming under-
water and, unable to hold my breath any
longer, would finally gasp in water, only to
find that I could breathe it. So getting cer-
tified in SCUBA when I was a teen was a
real dream come true. I could now actual-
ly breathe underwater.
But after you dive all the dredge holes
in your lake and a few open springs or cav-
erns, unless you want to get crazy and start
cave-diving, there's not a lot more to see in
the fresh water lakes and rivers around
here. I mean we don't have many
Edmund Fitzgeralds to explore around
these parts.
Saltwater is a whole different thing.
There are all kinds of things to see, to find,
to shoot and eat there. And with more
than two-thirds of this planet undersea,
you have way more options.
Certified in the '70s, I've been in and
out of scuba diving over the years. Lately,


as you might have deduced from my arti-
cles on diving the EPCOT Living Seas at
Disney and the Blue Hole in Belize, I'm
back into it. And, since the oil well
blowout in the Gulf this summer made me
realize how unique and precious it is, I've
developed about a tank-a-day average.
What's the attraction? It is otherworld-
ly moving weightlessly and almost
effortlessly through a beautiful underwater
environment with nothing but the sound
of your breathing and the unidentifiable
calming tones of the water. One friend
told me that he heard ethereal fluting and
whistling sounds as a pod of porpoise
passed him.
And I've been doing a lot of spear fish-
ing. To heck with trying to entice fish to
take the bait. I go down and pick out the
ones I want.
Then, I went down to Venice for a
shark tooth dive a couple of weeks ago.
The last time I was in Venice, I couldn't
walk down the beach without finding a
handful of shark's teeth. But after decades
of beach re-nourishment, there are none to
be easily found in
the surf.
But go out a
half mile or so and
there, 30 feet
below the surface,
Sblay shark's teeth,
and petrified fos-
sils like dugong
(manatee) ribs,
mastodon and ex-
tinct whale bones
and, the prize of
prizes, megalodon
this 5-incher teeth.
nd is sometimes Megalodon are,
because it could thankfully, extinct,
carter boat. ginormous sharks
that reached the
size of today's
whale shark. Their teeth can be as big as a
man's hand. They are valuable too, I'm
told. One kid supposedly put himself
through college finding and selling them.
And I found a big one.
Almost five inches from top to bottom,
it is what they call a "charter" tooth. In
other words, if you sold it, it would pay for
the cost of the charter boat, and then
some.
Florida's unique position as a peninsula
surrounded by bountiful waters makes it a
requirement that we explore, enjoy and
preserve as much as we can. Get out
there and do it.To do otherwise would be
a waste of water, Muad'dib.

Randall C Grantham is a lifelong resi-
dent of Lutz who practices law from his
offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He can
be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
Copyright 2010 RCG. To comment on this
or anything else, e-mail the editor at
news@cnewspubs.com and for past
columns go to cnewspubs.com.


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Kristofer Martin earns three black belts
Zephyrhills resident Kristofer Martin, 40, recently earned his third, second-degree
black belt. He trains at the Spivey Karate Martial Arts Training Center in Dade City
and passed the tests for open style karate, weapons and traditional Japanese Chito
Ryu karate. "Kris is a very hardworking student who never loses focus of his goals,"
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Capt. Scott Keith with a snook caught
near Tierra Verde. (Photo by Norm Keith)


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boat is in place and the anchor is quietly
set. Gary, my best friend and long-time
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shrimp out of the bait well.We know the
odds are against us when we hook the
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leader, which is attached to thread-like 10-
pound test braided line.
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ly side arms his free-lined shrimp up under
the dock.The shrimp skips twice along the
surface and begins its descent into the
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hooks so there's really no dramatic hook
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away from the dock to gain leverage on
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barnacle-laden piling, rope or any other es-
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work the fish from under the dock.What
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wise as she is, makes a final run behind the
boat and slices the line on the motor.
While we're disappointed, it's a battle
we knew up front we probably wouldn't
win. It's the challenge and thrill that draws
us out in the middle of the night.We pick
up the anchor and move on until daybreak
signals it's time to go home.

Land O' Lakes resident Capt. Scott
Keith can be reached at (813) 760-6735,
scott@tampabayinshore.com or visit
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