Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PDF VIEWER PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00102939/00041
 Material Information
Title: Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Community News Publications
Place of Publication: Lutz, FL
Publication Date: 07-06-2011
Copyright Date: 2010
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Zephyrhills
United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
Coordinates: 28.237222 x -82.179444 ( Place of Publication )
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00102939:00041

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )


Full Text

SJULY 6, 2011






ThehfR Ed


Zephyrhills/Dade City Edition


Trinity Hill (left) poses with Ana Di Donato of Saint Leo University,
Cameron Pascall (holding shovel) and Lameyiah Hills. Di Donato and
the children were helping with a planting project to beautify the grounds
at the Dade Oaks Community Center. (Photo courtesy of Mary Guyer)


Revitalization project yields

new Dade Oaks playground


Saint Leo's student
government donates
10,000 to effort
By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
A new playground may not
sound like such a huge deal.
After all, what's so important
about a few swings, a slide and
some spring horses?
By itself, it may not be a lot -
but the playground is symbolic of


a bigger effort going on in the
Dade Oaks community to reclaim
the neighborhood for the people
who live there, said Pasco County
Sheriff's Cpl. Mary Guyer, also
known as Officer Friendly.
The playground project comes
on the heels of an effort to revital-
ize the Dade Oaks Community
Center, which was once so bad
that parents wouldn't let their chil-
dren use the restrooms there,
Guyer said.
The refurbished center offers a
safe place for children to play pool


and ping-pong, watch movies and
use computers. It also has a full
kitchen and is used as a substation
for Pasco County deputies, Guyer
said.
The community center revital-
ization was a boost for the
neighborhood, said Lisa
Drevermann, a Dade Oaks resident
for two years.
"It's a totally different atmos-
phere that it was when I came in.
It makes you feel a lot safer,"
Drevermann said.
See DADE OAKS, page 11


Sheriff's proposed budget trims $3 million


Employees face state
mandate of paying into
pension plans

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Former Pasco Sheriff Bob White battled
county commissions for months about last
year's budget, something that will likely be
absent from current economic discussions.
White, who retired in April, requested a
$4 million increase to contend with rising
benefits and retirement costs, and to higher
28 new deputies and
other workers. He
settled on an addi-
tional $945,000,
giving the depart-
ment a total of $86.4
million.
Newly appointed
Sheriff Chris Nocco's
first budget request is Chris Nocco
$3 million less than
last year, avoiding those difficult and heated
discussions.
"We are looking for a good relationship
with the county," said Nocco, who was ap-
pointed by Gov. Rick Scott inApril.
Along with the good will, the lower
budget will help Pasco deal with projected
budget shortfalls in other departments.
"Basically it's a whole new world for us
with this new budget proposal from the
sheriff," said Commissioner Jack Mariano."I
can honestly say I didn't expect them to
ask for less than what they received last
year."
Fellow Commissioner Ted Schrader
agreed with Mariano's sentiments: "It cer-
tainly demonstrates a spirit of cooperation
between the sheriff's office and the county
commissioners. It shows he's willing to
work within the reality of the state every-
one is living in right now."



How to stay safe

this summer
-Page 2


Most of the savings in the sheriff's budg-
et come from changes made by the state
Legislature regarding government workers'
retirement funding. Such employees now
have to contribute to their own pension
plans.
Overall savings from last year's sheriff
budget is actually $4.5 million, but Nocco
said the department plans to use the extra
$1.5 million to hire 23 new employees,
which would include three analysts to staff
a new "intelligence-led policing" effort and
eight nurses to improve medical care at the
Land O' Lakes Detention Center.
The rest of the money is slated to go to
adding two new squads to combat pill mills
and other illegal drug use.
Nocco said the budget illustrates a shift
in philosophy, moving deputies to the areas
where crimes are predicted.
"Instead of being reactive, we're going to
be proactive," Nocco said."That's something
I strongly believe in."
Nocco did write a letter to the commis-
sioners stating that the new law requiring
his staff to contribute toward their own
pension is essentially cutting their pay and
asked them to,"address this pay issue if pos-
sible. ... For their sake and ours, we need to
work together to take care of them while
they take care of us."
The sheriff budget is the largest part of
the county's budget, accounting for about
40 percent of the operating funds. Pasco of-
ficials had targeted $4.9 million in cuts to
close a $5.1 million shortfall in revenue pro-
jections.
A new spending proposal will be given
July 12 before coming up with the final
budget to go in place Oct. 1. Nocco's budget
will allow county officials to reduce cuts by
more than half what was projected.
"(The commissioners) can say 'we'd like
to add that program back, or is there some
way we can continue with this?'" said Pasco
budget director Mike Nurrenbrock said of
the wiggle room created by Nocco's budget
and other savings.



Laker journalists

win 9 state awards
-Page 6


I I
II
I / /~


Spreading spirit at Sparklebration
Danielle Garcia, left, and Sandy Cameron of Florida Medical Clinic hand out balloons at
Sparklebration, East Pasco County's Fourth of July celebration. More coverage, page 4.
(Photo by Ayana Stewart)






How to avoid some common summertime hazards


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's summertime - that time of year
when swimmers hit the beaches, families
have cookouts and lots of people break out
the fireworks.
To help you have a good time while en-
joying your summer break, we've compiled
some safety suggestions from some local
and national sources.
Lisa Patterson, communications manager
for St. Joseph's Hospital, put together an
email outlining common reasons for trips to
the emergency room during the summer -
and suggestions aimed at helping people to
avoid such trips.
The most common injuries seen in emer-


agency rooms during the summer months are
sprains, strains and back injuries from falls or
sporting activities, according to Patterson.
Other common summer health issues in-
volve heat, insects, water, fireworks and a
wide assortment of injuries.
Alcohol-related motor vehicle, boat or jet
ski accidents and falls from ladders, roofs or
attics, are common causes for summer emer-
gency visits, Patterson notes.
So are missed medications by people
who go on vacation and forget to take their
medicine.The missed medications can lead
to heart attacks, strokes and diabetic and hy-
pertensive emergencies, the email adds.
Other kinds of emergencies involve neck
injuries from diving into unknown shallow
water; snake and dog bites; jellyfish and


sting ray stings; food poisoning from food
left out too long at picnics; injuries from
lightning strikes and puncture wounds from
sharp objects, such as nails in old boards.

Here are some tips from Patterson to
help stay out of the emergency room:
-Stay well hydrated, especially when
taking medications that are prone to dehy-
drate such as diuretics, heart and many
other types of medications.
-Wear sunscreen with a SPF rating of
at least 30 to 45 and reapply regularly.Wear a
hat and long sleeves or use an umbrella, if
necessary, to avoid prolonged sun exposure.
-Use insect repellent with DEET.
Read labels and use lower strengths for
younger children.Also, wash it off children


when indoors for the day.
-Wear helmets rated for safety by
the Consumer Product Safety Commission
when riding bicycles, skateboards, ATVs,
horses or scooters.
-Wear sturdy closed-toe shoes, not
sandals, when operating a lawnmower. Keep
children under the age of 16 off of riding
mowers.
-The safest way to enjoy fireworks
is at a public display. If you are planning to
use them yourself, make sure they are legal
in your locale. Never light them indoors or
near grass, and have water nearby. Never let
children light fireworks and supervise chil-
dren using fireworks all times.
-Don't drink and drive.Assign a des-
ignated driver.


Vicky Yeakley, public education coordinator for
Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, also shared some
safety tips that she o'ipifted


Fireworks safety
-The best way to stay safe is to go to a public fire-
works display.
-Do not relight a sparkler that appears to be a dud.
Also, keep a can of moist sand nearby to hold the used
sparklers. Discard the used sparklers a day after they've
cooled off.
-If you suffer a minor burn, cool it with cool tap
water. In the event of a serious burn, call 911. Do not apply
oils, sprays, ointments, ice or butter to any burn.


Water safety tips
-Make sure pools and spas have four-sided fencing
with self-latching locks.
-Do not leave children unattended near water, not
even for a minute. Children require supervision during all
water activities.
-Designate a "water watcher" who will remain alco-
hol-free.
-Have a portable phone or a cellphone near the
pool.A child can die in the time it takes an adult to go into
the house to answer the telephone.Also, having a telephone
nearby saves time in the event of an emergency.
-Keep water rescue equipment handy including
poles, ropes, flotation devices and first-aid equipment.
-Learn CPR.
-Enroll your chil-
dren in swimming
lessons taught by a quali-
fied instructor and, if
you don't know how to
swim, it's a good idea to -
learn.
-Teach kids water
safety habits, which
include no running,
pushing or roughhous-
ing near the water.


Grill safety tips
-Do not leave objects that
could catch on fire close to
the grill.
-Do not leave cook-
ing unattended.
-Position the grill well e gvu
away from deck railings and sid-
ings and from under eaves or
overhanging branches.
-Keep the grill away from
areas used for foot traffic, lawn
games and play areas.
-Keep children and pets away from the grill area.
-Use long-handled grilling tools to protect the cook.
-Remove grease or fat build-up in trays below the
grill so it cannot catch fire by a hot grill.
-Be sure to use the proper type of starter fluid for a
charcoal grill and do not add charcoal starter fluid when the
coals or kindling have been ignited. Be sure to keep the
starter fluid away from heat sources and from children.
-Keep starter fluid away from children and heat sources.
-If you have a propane grill, check the cylinder
hose for leaks before using it.
-Do not use propane or charcoal grills indoors. If
used indoor in or enclosed spaces, they pose a fire risk and a
risk of exposing people to toxic gases, which can be lethal.


with salon



cameo. .. and look your very best this summer


brazilian and bikini waxing
full body waxing
facials and microdermabrasion
swedish and deep tissue massages
pedicures and manicures
acrylic and gel nails


* fabulous color techniques
* highlights/lowlights
* hair and lash extensions
* perms. relaxers. straighteners
* weddings and special events


jane iredale cosmetics
dermatological skin care


C j B r9348
* hair * nails * massage * facials * full body waxing * spa packages * hair extensions * keratin
cameosalonspa.com 1 1 co


new hours:
monday 9-6
tuesday-friday 8:30-9
saturday 9-5 * sunday noon-6


fabulous summer specials and packages

keralin express brazilian professional hair dryer professional flat iron
treatment wax phs any Redken plus any Pureology
next day shampoo discover the thrill styling product, styling product,
lasts 6-8 weeks of brazil shampoo & conditioner shampoo & conditioner

($195 value) ($277 value)
*additional charge for long hair *while supplies last *while supplies last


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


2 1 July 6,2011


THE LAKER






Help pets beat summer heat


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Summer has begun and Hillsborough
and Pasco county departments want to help
people protect their pets as the tempera-
tures rise.
"We see a lot of problems each year with
people calling us about their pets suffering
from the heat," said Hillsborough
Department of Animal Services director Bill
Armstrong. "Really, it's rather simple to keep
pets healthy and happy during the summer."
PascoAnimal Services education director
Rosemary Lyons agreed withArmstrong:"It's
just a matter of taking the right precau-
tions just like you would with your children
or yourself if you're going outside in the
heat."
Both said it is important to have plenty
of fresh, clean water available to dogs, cats
and other pets at all times. Keeping them in
cooler parts of the home will also help pre-
serve their health.
Other tips from the departments in-
clude:
-Make shade available.
-Use caution when exercising dogs,
even in the morning and evening.
-Limit outdoor exposure for older and
younger pets, or those with heavy coats.
-Never leave a dog alone in a car for
any length of time on warm days.
Even on mildly sunny days, cars can
quickly become heated deathtraps for unat-
tended dogs, according to Lyons.When the
air is 85 degrees outside, a car can become
102 in just 10 minutes and can soar to 120
in 30 minutes.
Lyons added it is illegal to leave any ani-
mal in a car for any length of time. Cats can
also suffer from heatstroke, but it is more
common in dogs as they tend to be more
active. Heatstroke can be fatal and requires
immediate veterinary attention.
According to the American Animal


l g - - - I. . " - a
Dogs are more likely to suffer from heat-
stroke than other pets because they are
very active. (Photo courtesy of Pasco
Animal Services)

Hospital Association, signs of heatstroke in-
clude panting, staring, anxious expression,
refusal to obey commands, warm and dry
skin, high fever, rapid heartbeat, uncon-
trolled drooling, vomiting and collapsing.
If an animal is suffering from heatstroke
and needs immediate attention:
-Submerge their body in cool, not icy,
water or spray it lightly with a hose. Focus
on cooling the head and neck area.
-Bring the animal inside an air-condi-
tioned building.
-Do not force them to drink water, but
offer it to them.
-Bring the animal to a vet as soon as
possible.
For more information on protecting pets
during hot summer months, visit the
Hillsborough department's website,
www.hillsboroughcounty.org/animalser-
vices, or call (813) 744-5660. For Pasco, visit
portal.pascocountyfl.net or call (813) 929-
1212.


Using summ eat for good

Using summer's heat for good


By B.J. Jarvis
Pasco Extension Horticulture Agent and Director

Summer is here and the garden is rest-
ing. Underground, though, many pests are
proliferating, just waiting for a tasty plant
meal.
Well-intended gardeners plant their
tomatoes, peppers, sweet potatoes and egg-
plants each fall only to witness poor
performance or death. Often the culprit
isn't a chomping rabbit, an insect or a dev-
astating disease, but microscopic
nematodes that favor our typically sandy
soil, high humidity and warm temperatures.
Microscopic nematodes are one of
those pests that go unseen, but their ef-
fects are certainly evident. Some turf is
susceptible to their feeding effects, but
nearly every vegetable in the garden can
be impacted.
Unfortunately, chemical controls have
been limited during the last few decades,
restricted to just a few that must be man-
aged by commercial operators. So what is
a home gardener to do?
Summer is the best time to take non-
chemical action to prepare the garden bed
for fall planting. Use these simple and inex-
pensive ways to help suppress nematodes.
Gardeners with a large property can
simply rotate the garden bed to different
parts of the landscape, although not so
practical for many residents. For those just
growing a few plants, container gardening
with sterile potting mixes will work.
Others though must find a way to deal
with the little pests.
Soils with lots of organic matter wit-
ness lower populations of nematodes
because organic matter favors higher pop-
ulations of beneficial organisms. Add
organic amendments of manures or com-
post at planting time or top-dressing plants
already in the ground. Basically, if garden-


Laying down a layer of clear plastic where
plants aren't growing raises the soil tem-
perature to control many pests. (Photo
courtesy of Jarvis)

ers have a source of organic matter, use it!
Soil solarization is the process of cover-
ing planting areas, free of plant material,
with clear plastic for four to six weeks rais-
ing the temperatures to 130 degree or
higher. During this time, the barren gar-
den provides little for the pests to eat and
prolonged exposure to high temperatures
under the plastic reduces nematode popu-
lations.
Additional benefits of chemical-free soil
solarizing are that weed seeds, many fungi
and other damaging insect populations are
reduced as well.
Since there are few vegetables immune
to the ill-effects of nematode injury, try
harnessing the power of the sun to battle
the effects of pests in the soil. Employ
some of these activities now so planting
beds are ready for fall vegetable planting
around Labor Day.
For more information on how to solar-
ize garden soil, go to this University of
Florida website, http://bit.ly/SoilSolarizing.

B.JJarvis is Pasco Extension Director
and Horticulture Agent. She can be
reached at bjjarvis@ufl.edu


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


THE LAKER


I July 6, 2011 3





East Pasco celebrates the Fourth at Sparklebration


Chris King, clockwise from top left, Tracy King, Justin Crouch
and Haley King show off their face painting artwork done by
Fran Goh. (Photos by Ayana Stewart)


By Ayana Stewart
Laker Correspondent
At the annual Sparklebration festival in Dade
City, the air was filled with the smell of popcorn,
the excited shrieks of children playing games and
anticipation for an entertaining Independence Day.
Festivalgoers weren't disappointed.There was
something for everyone, regardless of age or back-
ground. The event featured free face painting,
multiple eating contests, performances from talent-
ed artists, a petting zoo, skydiving and more.
Devon Dougherty is a member of Victorious Life
Church in Wesley Chapel. The church brought
pens, trinkets and toys and handed out free goodie
bags to attendees. "It's our third year at
Sparklebration," Devon explained."We love serving
our community and being out here."
Although the skies darkened and rain started to
fall halfway through the festival, it didn't put a
damper on the high spirits of patrons. Instead of
leaving because of the storm, most waited the
weather out in tents and chatted.
Laura and Aaron Fisk teach at a school for mili-
tary children in Japan and visit family in Florida
every summer. They brought their son Maddux to
Sparklebration for the first time and didn't regret it.
"It seemed like a lot of fun.There's a lot to do
and we're excited for the fireworks," Laura Fisk said.
Patrick Grady, a comedic hypnotist, filled up the
Dan Cannon auditorium and captivated his audience


with his fast-paced
routine that was a hy-
brid between stand-up
company and hypno-
sis of willing
volunteers.
Ed and Wendy
Morris of Wesley
Chapel waited pa-
tiently in the long line
in front of the free
face-painting booth.
"We came be-
cause of our
teenagers," Wendy
said. "It's been nice."


Trey Lee, from left, Ellen Cristwell and Brianna Butterfield of Ridge
Manor at Sparklebration, July 4 in Dade City.


Gideon Castorena, 8, and Isabella Kersey, 3, flaunt their balloon
animals from Sparklebration.


Jill M.Vought, M.S., CCC/SLP
'.,p.ee:th L :w jua . PF 3tl-,I.:.. :


- q Worried about keeping
your teeth for a lifetime?
Up to 80% of adults have some type of um
disease, many un nowin ly & is the most common
reason people lose their teeth.
* Trpust youp Family's Smile to a Renowned
T y u DENTIST, AUTHOR & LECTURER.

* Dental director of "Close the Gap" foundation. * Call Dr. Boholst
Which studied how gum disease affects pre-term births. Today!
* Clinical Consultant of the revolutionary Periolase laser. 1 785
Selected by the Periolase manufacturers to teach dentists all 613-9738555
over the country about the revolutionary Periolase laser procedure.
* Featured on TV and in newspapers
Dr. Boholst's experience can help you hold onto your teeth for a lifetime!


* - I-


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


Be JNLDE r r'


rru i H o _ Excess Fat!



GET LASTING
RESULTSUR


Call Us NOW to Get Results

813-909-4949


Happy 4th of July!!!

FIRST 4 PEOPLE THAT CALL GET A MONTH OF
FREE TRAINING ADDED TO THEIR PROGRAM!

I knew I needed help to get lasting results - Do you?
ai


www.PUREHEALTHSTUDIOS.coM


New Patients Welcome * Most Insurance Plans Accepted
Conveniently located by Sam's Club
27510 Cashford Circle * Wesley Chapel


4 | July 6,2011


THE LAKER





WHAT'S IN A NAME


Decoding the history of Pasco's

forts, corners and more


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.comrn

This week will look into how Fort
Broome, Gall Boulevard, Gower's Corner
and Jessamine got their names.
(1) FORT BROOME in Dade City was
named for former Florida Gov. James E.
Broome, who served from 1853-1857. It was
built at the end of the first Seminole War to
protect the only town in what is now east
Pasco County.All the settlers had to live in
the fort when the second Seminole War
began.
This fort was located on the south line of
the farm ofW C. Brown about halfway be-
tween Wire and Richland roads, about two
miles south of present Dade City. Close ob-
servers can see where the wood cabins
from the first settlers stood by the discol-
oration of the soil under the oak trees now
growing there.Those who lived around the
fort were said to have called the area Fort
Broome.
(2) GALL BOULEVARD is what US 301
is called through Zephyrhills. It is named for
Walter R. Gall, who was able to influence
the state to run the highway through the
east Pasco County city. Gall's son Owen, was
a prominent resident of Zephyrhills who
died in 2008 at age 96.
(3) GOWER'S CORNER is named after
WA. Gower, who once owned all four cor-
ners of the intersection of US 41 and SR 52
in the mid-1920s. Grower had been superin-
tendent at theAripeka Sawmills at Fivay in
west Pasco County until the timber ran out
and the mills closed. Gower bought 80 acres
of the then-bare land for himself, including
corners of the intersection.


Gower also owned a portable sawmill
that he moved from place to place, remov-
ing whatever timber was still left and
marketable. He built a grocery store on the
southeast corner of the intersection, which
he eventually turned over to his son Ralph.
The store later became a filling station run
by Joseph Chapman, but was demolished in
the summer of 1984.Today a shopping area
known as Chapman Square stands in its
place.
(4) JESSAMINE is located in Dade City
and includes the area around Jessamine
Road between Blanton, Lake Lola and St.Joe
roads, including Jessamine Lake. In 1887,
businessmen Walter Pike and William
Ellsworth moved to Pasco County and were
intent on starting a seed and plant business.
They moved into an old cabin on the edge
of what is now Jessamine Lake, about five
miles southwest of Trilby.
The two began clearing the woodland
and became so impressed with the pleasant
smell of a certain wild flowering vine that
they named their company Jessamine
Gardens and their community Jessamine.
They later started growing citrus under the
name Jessamine Groves.
For additional information on these areas
and how they got their names, visit
www.fivay.org.

The Laker and the Lutz News series on
how historic places were named will con-
tinue throughout the summer Information
is provided by interviews with Pasco
County historian Jeff hill/I, of Fivay.org
and the West Pasco Historical Society. See
how Lake Jovita and Land O' Lakes got
their names next week.


Hugh Embry Library
-Storytime Summer Reading Club,
11:30 a.m.Wednesdays
-Teen Summer Reading Club, 3 p.m.
Wednesday
-Kids Summer Reading Club, 11 a.m.
Thursday
-Friends of the Library Used Book
Bazaar, 11 a.m.July 8 and 9
-Teens Countywide Dance Central
Contest, 2 p.m. July 9
-SCORE: The Easy Business Plan, 5:30
p.m.July 13
-Tween Summer Reading Club, 2 p.m.
July 15 and 22
-Book Discussion Group, 2 p.m.July 19
-Color Me Healthy, 1 p.m.July 28
The library is closed Sundays and
Monday and is located at 14215 Fourth
Street, in Dade City, and can be reached at
(352) 567-3576.


New River Library
-Read to Me: Summer Reading Program,
11:30 a.m.Wednesdays
-Prodigy Art Class, 2 p.m.Wednesdays
-Wonders of the World, 2 p.m.July 7
-Anime Club, 6:30 p.m.July 7
-Teen Videogame Tournament, 1 p.m.
July 9
-Folktales From Around the World, 2
p.m.July 14
-Teen Ice Cream Social and Movie, 6
p.m.July 14
-RPG Gaming, 1 p.m.July 16
-CollageYour World, 2 p.m.July 21
-Peace Corps Adventures: Dominican
Republic, 6 p.m.July 21
-Tween Ice Cream Social, 1 p.m.July 23
-Frog Listening Network, 7 p.m. July 28
The library is closed Sundays and
Monday and is located at 34043 SR 54,in
Zephyrhills, and can be reached at (813)
788-6375.


Christina M. Martin, DDS, MS
i ' 'I E813.929.6700


BEHIND SAM'S CLUB


p ime to

r Separate?


McBath Law Firm, P.A.
Wesley Chapel

18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney
Former U.S. Army Major * Free Consultation

813.929.6789
www.WesleyChapelLawG roup.com


Daniel L. Heinig, M.D
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Your Health Care Guardian
Over 22 years of experience
in adult medicine


23532 State Road 54
Lutz, FL 33559
To schedule an appointment, please call:

(813) 909-1600

S6 Habla Espahol
LAB AND EKG ON-SITE


The LAKER/Lutz NEWS
LAND 0'LAKES, LUTZ, ODESSA, DADE CITY, ZEPHYRHILLS, WESLEY CHAPEL
Serving Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964
President & Publisher
Diane Kortus
dkortus@cnewspubs.com


EDITORIAL
JOE HUMPHREY, Associate Editor
jhumphrey@cnewspubs.com
B.C. MANION, Community Editor
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
KYLE LOJACONO, Sports Editor
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
MARY RATHMAN, Editorial Assistant
mrathman@cnewspubs.com
DESIGN
MATT MISTRETTA,
Art Director
STEFANIE BURLINGAME,
Graphic Design
LOCATION
1930 Land 0' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz, FL 33549
MAIL
R 0. Box 479 / Lutz, FL 33548
PHONE/FAX
ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802


ADVERTISING
SHELLEY KETCHUM, sketchum@cnewspubs.com
Builders & Developers - Land O' Lakes, West Pasco
TERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cnewspubs.com
Lutz, Wesley Chapel
STEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cnewspubs.com
Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills
ACCOUNTING MANAGER
MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com
CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIED
CAROLYN BENNETT, cbennett@cnewspubs.com
GENA CROWDER, gcrowder@cnewspubs.com
ADMINISTRATIVE
KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTA
WEBSITE
www.cnewspubs.com
EMAIL
news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com
DISTRIBUTION
Sunset Advertising Distributors / 727.530.5521
info@sunsetadvertisers.com


SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area Call 813-909-2800
CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521
NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p m CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p m
EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited Publisher reserves the right to edit
and/or reject any editorial and advertising content
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range Please include daytime phone number Opinions expressed by
the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher
ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by
advertisers
MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley Chapel Chamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community
Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers
Contents copyrights 2011 Community News Publications Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written permission from the publisher


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


** A
WESPECIALIZEI


TheLAKER / LutzNEws


Works for Me!



"I had a great response the first
week I advertised. Better than any
other advertising I had done.

Thank you, TheLaker/LutzNews.
You are a great resource to get the
AA word out!"

-Dr. Daniel L. Heinig, M.D.


Daniel L. Heinig, M.D.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
23532 State Road 54 . Lutz, Florida 33559
(813) 909-1600


Put the dedicated and experienced staff at
CommunityNewsPublications to work for you.
Call 909-2800 today!


I LIBRARIES 11


THE LAKER


I July 6, 2011 5





Neighbors branch out to help neighbor


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

When the giant limbs
from a laurel oak tree
crashed onto the roof of
Dorothy R. Brown's home,
the Zephyrhills woman said
she was petrified.
"It sounded like a bomb
exploded," the 79-year-old
woman said."I leaped up and
I was looked up at the ceil-
ing - but I knew it was the
tree. I've lived in dread of this
tree since the day I moved
here."
Brown said she has been
concerned about the tree
since she bought her house
"sight unseen" with proceeds
from an accident settlement
more than 20 years ago.
She's never had the
money to have it removed,
said the widow, who lives on
a fixed income of just over
$600 a month, with $300 of
that going to her mortgage.
Just a few weeks ago, an-
other limb broke off the tree
and landed on power lines
across the street.
The broken limb knocked
out power for hours to hous-
es along Palm Grove Drive
and also sparked a small fire,
some of Brown's neighbors


Dorothy R. Brown stands in front of her house after most of
cleared away. (Photos by B.C. Manion)


At the time of that inci-
dent, Brown said she was warned the limbs
that landed on her house on June 23 were
most likely to go next. She said she asked the
crews responding to the previous incident if
they could take down the tree, but they said


they couldn't because it's on private proper-
ty.
When the giant limbs crashed on her
roof, however, the community responded to
help.


W--T Barton & Sons Tree
.' Service removed the
heavy limbs from the roof
and stacked up the debris
in Brown's yard.They also
applied tarps on the roof
to keep water out of the
house.
"We try to give back to
the community," said
Robert Barton, noting the
-4:. tree service company has
been in business for five
generations.
The tree is in bad
shape, he added."It's been
breaking for years."
The tree service divert-
ed from another job
scheduled that morning to
help Brown, said Pop
Barton, now retired. "We
just wanted to get this done
today,"he said."They would-
n't let her come back here
until we got the hazard off."
Members of the
Zephyrhills-Wesley Chapel
MinisterialAssociation also
pitched in to help.
The American Red
Cross helped, too, putting
S Brown up at a Quality Inn
for a few days while the
debris was removed.
Brown was pleased by
the community's re-
debris has been sponse.
"I think it's wonderful,"
she said.
Her friend, Shirlene Grant, was sad that
Brown's home was damaged, but pleased
that so many people came out to help.
"She needed to know that people really
care about her,";' Grant said.


Newspaper wins

nine state awards

The Laker and Lutz News won
nine awards July 1 from the Florida
Press Association, including three
first-place honors.
The Laker's sports section placed
first overall in the Better Weekly
Newspaper Contest's largest circula-
tion category, for publications with a
circulation above 15,000 copies.The
award recognized Sports Editor Kyle
LoJacono and Art Director Matt
Mistretta, who is responsible for page
layout.
LoJacono won another first place
award, in local government report-
ing, and placed second in sports
feature writing.
Community Editor B.C. Manion
earned a first-place award in health
writing and four second-place hon-
ors in local government reporting,
business writing, community history
and agriculture writing.The agricul-
ture award honored work from the
Lutz News, which competes in a
smaller circulation category.
Freelance photographer Glenn
Gefers placed third in sports photog-
raphy.
"These awards underscore our
commitment to providing com-
pelling and important coverage to
our community each week in four
editions, spanning from Lutz to
Zephyrhills," said Associate Editor Joe
Humphrey."I'm especially proud of
the sports section award and the one-
two finish in government reporting."
Judges reviewed more than 1,500
entries from 73 publications, a record
for the Florida Press Association.
Entries were published in 2010.


Peaue, Do Your Part!








Use Blue Bags for your Recyclables
Blue bags available at Pasco grocery stores and some super retailers
Recycle: Aluminum Cans * Metal Food Cans * #1 & #2 Plastic
Bottles & Jars * Clear, Green & Brown Glass Bottles & Jars

WEST....727-847-8041
CENTRAL....813-235-6012 x8041
EAST....352-521-4285 x8041
www.pascocountyutilities.com


BEAUTIFUL L





1 8 813.948.0450
FREE ACCENT FOIL HIGHLIGHT
W/COLOR & CUT & CUT
$55 $6


| | I 23908 S.R. 54, Suite 102
visit www.uniquetechniquesllc.com
for additional specials


Keep your car looking great.



IS835.00 I 865.00
WASH HEADLIGHT
& WAX RESTORATION
- $55 Value up to $100 Value1

--S

Call Curtis for Appointment 813.447.4112 Mobile Detailing



Show us what


you've got!

Send us your news and photos
from your event for publication
in TheLaker/ LutzNews.


Send good quality photos
(200 dpi minimum) to
news@cnewspubs.com
subject line:
ATTN: Community photo,,
Be sure to include a short
description of the event and
the first and last names
of everyone in your photo.


TheLAKER I LutzNEWS
813.909.2800
www.cnewspubs.com


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


~~wwp,


6 1 July 6,2011


THE LAKER







The cost of your
prescription
medication
shouldn't make
you sick! M


Over 2000 additional medications available. Call Today for a FREE quote.

(813) 788-2007
38176 Medical Center Ave. Zephyrhills
between Florida Hospital & the old Publix


" It'saf, it's iml adit ae es


SAVE uP 80% On Generic
SA E VTO , Medications!


Hoffman family welcomes Coco
Coco, an 8-week-old female Chihuahua, is the newest addition to the Hoffman fami-
ly in Wesley Chapel. Coco loves to get into trouble, nibble on your toes, and play
with long hair. Coco's proud owners are Wendy, Michael, Marisa, Joshua, and Tiny,
a 5-year-old male Chihuahua.






Eal o* * . A A TT PetoftheWek I ] I
^^ BE ~INCLDDF OR YOURnTT PET Ti ECOSDRD O ULIAIN


PET


* Veterinarians * Grooming
* Breeding * Training * Supplies
* Pet Sitters * Pets 4 Sale


STATION


Open 7 days a week

Pet Grooming

$10 Nail Trims

W**-&*F GANG BAKERY & GROOMING'"
18875 State Rd 54 * 813-949-3644
woof gangbakerylutz.com
ow--------------
OWNER LIVES ON PREMISES


Happ3Tails i4
II I PET LODGE

Fenced 3 acres with doggie lagoon
*boarding* daycare
*grooming
------------------------- -------.
boarding daycare grooming
$ OFFF $$50 OFFI
5 with this ad 5 with this ad I with this ad
------------------ o---------------LN--------------
SDiscounts excluded for Holidays. New client only.



- - - . -. - - - -- - - - -


Pla ur ad in the Pet Station Directory


and we will


its size at


Advertise in our popular weekly directory where
Tampa Bay pet owners turn for the help they need.
"12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. No other discounts apply. New clients only.



(813) 909-2800
gcrowder@cnewspubs.com


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


3
;a a 46^
406


Lexapro
Nexium
Celebrex
Lipitor
Spiriva
Lavitra
Plavix
Actos
Abilify
Aricept
Advair
Januvia
Viagra
Cialis


10mg
40mg
200mg
20mg
18mg
20mg
75mg
30mg
15mg
5mg
250mg
100mg
100mg
20mg


30 tabs
30 tabs
30 tabs
30 tabs
30 caps
30 tabs
30 tabs
30 tabs
30 tabs
30 tabs
60 doses
30 tabs
20 tabs
20 tabs


$55.45
$59.95
$51.74
$62.16
$66.06
$99.52
$57.05
$66.46
$67.43
$71.80
$95.48
$95.72
$96.06
$99.07


_S iE JAIMI.hG I , W !1 IGAII





Board & Train * FREE Evaluations
FREE Dog Socialization Class
Specializing In Private Training in Your Home


Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic

PLANNE4i
PETHOOD ,

Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products
Spay & Neuter by Appointment
Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2
www.plannedpethoodpasco.org
5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills * 813 779 7000


=


I July 6, 2011


THE LAKER








Community Sports

Your Neighborhood Sports Source



Wiregrass Ranch accused of 10 FHSAA violations


Bulls fined, put on

probation for girls

basketball recruiting

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Wiregrass Ranch High has been fined
$12,525 and placed on administrative pro-
bation by the Florida High SchoolAthletic
Association (FHSAA) after a seven-week in-
vestigation identified recruiting violations.
The FHSAA's 68-page report found 10 vi-
olations of its policies in the months leading
up to point guard Briahanna Jackson's trans-
fer to the school from Wesley Chapel and in
her time playing girls basketball with the
Bulls.
Among the allegations, the governing
board of school athletics charges Wiregrass
Ranch with"a lack of institutional control."
Another potentional violation accuses girls
basketball coach Greg Finkel, who has
coached the program since the school
opened five years ago, falsifying information
given to the FHSAA and not being fully co-
operative with the investigation.
Wiregrass Ranch Principal Ray Bonti said
the school is still going through the report
to determine if the school will appeal any of
the potential violations. He was first given
the report on June 6, more than a month
ago.
The school has already given written re-
sponses to the FHSAA, where they deny any
wrongdoing in all but two of the 10
charges. Four of the violations come with
$2,500 fines and one cost the Bulls $400.
The remaining $2,125 was to repay the
FHSAA half the money spent in conducting
the investigation, which is standard policy.
Wiregrass Ranch girls basketball was
placed on two-year probation, which will
end on June 1, 2013.The Bulls entire athletic
program is also on probation for one year,
which ends on June 1, 2012.Any additional
violations that happen within that time
could trigger harsher penalties in the future.
"It's common for a school to go on pro-
bation when one of its teams is charged
with something like this," said Bulls athletic
director Dave Wilson."That doesn't do any-
thing to prevent us playing next season in
districts, regionals or state events."
Bonti and Wilson said no decision has
been made on Finkel's status with the girls
basketball team. Finkel is currently a driver's
education teacher atWiregrass Ranch.

Transfers draw attention
The story starts in May of 2010, during
Jackson's junior year. Jackson transferred
from Lecanto High in Citrus County to
Wesley Chapel High. She had been living
with her mother Cathleen Grippe before
coming to Pasco County.
Grippe said, in an interview with Wesley
Chapel principal Carin Nettles, that she
asked former Wesley Chapel staff member
and girls basketball coach Warren Jones to
become Jackson's legal guardian. Grippe
said she was a single mother of five and
Jackson was struggling in school at Lecanto
because of financial problems at home.The
family did not want Jackson to drop out of
school like her old brother did, according to
the report.
"She moved in with me on May 13,
2010,"Jones told the FHSAA.
In the report, Jones told the FHSAA he
knew many of the teachers from his time on
staff at Wesley Chapel. He felt he could work
closely with them to help improve Jackson's
grades, with the goal of getting her into col-
lege.At the time, he was working atAnclote
High.

8 July 6,2011


Wiregrass Ranch High is accused of committing 10 FHSAA rules violations surrounding
Briahanna Jackson. (File photo)


Jackson was the starting point guard at
Lecanto her junior season and led the
Panthers with 18.6 points per game while
adding 158 rebounds, 131 steals,89 assists
and 19 blocks.
The FHSAA started looking into the mat-
ter because Jackson transferred to Wesley
Chapel the same day Shanel Sweet did from
Gaither High. Sweet a point guard, subse-
quently transferred to Land O' Lakes High
and FHSAA spokesman Seth Polansky said
she was cleared to play her senior season as
the family established permanent residence
within that district.
The report states Nettles asked Jones on
May 26,2010 where he and Jackson lived.
He said in the Delano Apartment at Cypress
Creek on Saxony Way, within Wiregrass
Ranch's district.
Jones told Nettles they were moving
into a home on Lexington Oaks Boulevard,
within the Wildcats' district, the next day.
Jackson was withdrawn from Wesley Chapel
on May 27, 2010 when Jones did not pres-
ent documentation of the move. She was
enrolled atWiregrass Ranch on June 1,2010,
very close to the end of the school year.

Summer league adds to violations
Jackson played with the Suncoast
Basketball Club, anAAU team started in the
summer of 2010 by Jones. The club prac-
ticed at the Bulls' gym on at least two, and as
many as eight, times before Jackson became
aWiregrass Ranch student.
FHSAA regulations state that any student-
athlete who participates with a team
affiliated with a school before becoming a
student there, and then transfers to that
same school, will be considered,"bona fide
evidence that the student is attending the
school in whole or in part for athletic rea-
sons."
The report state Jackson participated in
two such practices, leading to two of the vi-
olations. Because she participated before
transferring from Wesley Chapel, Jackson
was found to have received improper bene-
fits.
Wiregrass Ranch's response states the
Suncoast Basketball Club is in no way a
Bulls' team because no one affiliated with
the school was a part of the program.
However, the FHSAA conducted interviews
with Jones, Jackson and other parents
whose kids played with the club.The organ-
ization found evidence that Finkel not only
spent time at the practices, but also sat with
Jones on the bench for several games.
Additionally, Finkel signed the activity re-
quest form that allowed Suncoast to use the
Bulls gym instead of Jones or another coach.
Suncoast was never charged for use of the
gym as it should have, based on FHSAA and
Pasco School Districts' rules, according to


the FHSAA report.
The FHSAA findings state Finkel's con-
tact with Jones while Jackson played with
Suncoast while she was attending Wesley
Chapel constitute illegal recruiting.
In the report, Finkel said he only knew
Jones from when their teams played against
each other years ago. Jones resigned the
girls basketball coaching job at Wesley
Chapel in 2008 to join the coaching staff at
Saint Leo University.
Finkel told the FHSAA he did not know
Jackson was attending Wiregrass Ranch until
two days after she started at the school.That
statement was considered false by the
FHSAA.

The winter basketball season
Jones told the FHSAA he and Jackson
lived at the Delano Apartment until the be-
ginning of October.At that time they moved
into a home on Amberly Drive, within
Freedom High's district in Hillsborough
County.
Jones said he was house sitting for a rela-
tive. He told the FHSAA he had an
agreement with the manager of the apart-
ments so he and Jackson could move back
at anytime. The FHSAA said that does not
constitute residence within Wiregrass
Ranch's district because they did not live
there, pay for rent or even have furniture
after October.
In an interview with the FHSAA, Jones
said he told Finkel of the move.When asked
what the Bulls coach told him,Jones said,
"Nothing. I told him that we started the
school year here in zone so we should be
OK."
The Bulls girls basketball season began
with two straight wins; a 66-38 victory over
Ida Baker High on Nov. 11 and 62-52 against
Gulf on Nov. 13.Jackson scored 30 points in
those two November contest while adding
five rebounds, five assists, four assists and
two blocks. She also participated in two pre-
season games.
Both regular season games happened
after Jackson moved in Freedom's district, so
Wiregrass Ranch will forfeit both wins, ac-
cording to Polansky.The Bulls final record
for the 2010-11 season is 14-12.
Finkel wrote a letter to the FHSAA in an
attempt to clear Jackson to play her senior
season. It reads in part,"I believe in this case,
we are stripping (Jackson) of her education
and experiences as a senior at Wiregrass
Ranch High School. She has been through a
lot at home and at school. Since arriving
here reluctantly atWiregrass, she has grown
as a young lady. She has made a 180-degree
turn as a student and as a person.
"Through this month long investigation,
she has had to endure much without any-
one telling her why. (Jackson) loves her new


THE LAKER


Potential violations
According to the FHSAA,Wiregrass
Ranch High School faces $12,525 in fines
for the following violations:
-Providing false information to the
FHSAA when seeking eligibility for
Jackson. Fined $2,500.
-Coach Greg Finkel did not fully co-
operate with the FHSAA investigation by
providing false information. Fined $2,500.
-Coach Greg Finkel falsified infor-
mation relative to the eligibility for
Briahanna Jackson.
-Allowing the Suncoast Basketball
Club to practice in Wiregrass Ranch's
gym without legal and binding agree-
ment. Fined $2,500.
-Providing impermissible benefits to
Briahanna Jackson by allowing her to par-
ticipate in practices at the school before
she was enrolled atWiregrass Ranch.
-Warren Jones falsified information
for the benefit of gaining athletic eligibili-
ty for Briahanna Jackson.
-Committing improper contact with
Briahanna Jackson before she became a
student atWiregrass Ranch.
-Two counts of allowing Briahanna
Jackson to participate with a nonschool
team affiliated with Wiregrass Ranch be-
fore attending the school for 365 days.
Fined $400.
-Demonstrating a lack of institu-
tional control of the athletic department.
Fined $2,500.
Wiregrass Ranch is also required to
repay half of the fees the FHSAA had in
conducting the investigation, a total of
$2,125. To read the entire FHSAA report
and investigation, visit http://cnewspubs.com
and click the sports tab.


school and most of all loves the game of bas-
ketball.'
Despite the letter, Jackson sat out the rest
of her senior season as the Bulls sought
more information on her eligibility. In the re-
port, Bonti said they removed her from
competition as soon as the school was told
she might be ineligible.

Mother speaks out about charges
Jackson declined to comment for this
story, but Grippe, her mother, did speak. She
expressed frustration because she said the
FHSAA never directly interviewed her.
"Basketball is my daughter's life, she lives
and breathes it," Grippe said. "What seemed
fishy for me throughout the investigation
was they had so many questions as to why
Bri was even transferred. They never con-
tacted the one person who could have
answered all their questions. Me, her moth-
er.They made remarks and insinuations as to
why she was there and they had no idea. I
did what was in the best interest of my
daughter for her to have every opportunity
in life and at what she will make her career,
basketball.
"I am appalled by how some individual,
probably a parent themselves, that they
could do this to a young girl who had and
still has nothing but great things happening
for her," Grippe continued. "We do not
know where this even stemmed from for
them to begin an investigation and we will
probably never will know, but the only one
who suffered was Bri herself by losing her
senior year to play basketball."
In the end, Jackson may not lose as
Grippe said she has several Division I col-
leges interested in her as a basketball player.
Grippe said Jackson, who graduated from
Freedom, will attend IMG Basketball
Academy in Bradenton on a full scholarship
this year. The facility will allow Jackson to
continue growing as a basketball player in a
highly competitive environment, while tak-
See VIOLATIONS, page 9

813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com




SPORTS


McGough leaves Wesley Chapel for Gaither
]


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com


Wesley Chapel will need to find a new
starting quarterback as sophomore-to-be
Alex McGough has transferred to Gaither.
Both Gaither coach Jason Stokes and
Wesley Chapel coach BenAlford confirmed
McGough is now a Cowboy. Stokes said the
6-foot-2,150 pound McGough is already par-
ticipating in 7-on-7 competitions and other
team activities.
"He's a good kid who is still learning the
offense," Stokes said."We're going to find a
way to work him into the offense this year
because he is very talented."
McGough completed 42 of 102 passes
for 418 yards and one touchdown as a fresh-
man in 2010, guiding Wesley Chapel to a 3-7
record. He was also running the Wildcats
first-team offense in the spring and at the
start of the Pasco County 7-on-7 league.
McGough said he was looking forward to
playing another season with a year of expe-
rience at Wesley Chapel, but he said he had
to move. He declined to comment on what
forced the change in address into


VIOLATIONS, from page 8
ing classes designed to help on college en-
trance exams so she can attend the best
school possible.
"All I can say to the individual who
brought all this on is that all your efforts to
discourage a young athlete didn't work be-
cause although this experience for my
daughter cost her an important year, she has
bigger and better things waiting for her fu-
ture and my daughter has the drive and the
ability to make all her dreams come true,"
Grippe said."... Bri is a natural born athlete


Hillsborough County.
Alford said he first learned McGough
was leaving the Wildcats program on June
14. He said there is no true leader for who
will take over as the starting quarterback,
but did say Troy Cothan had been running
the second team offense during the sum-
mer.
"Troy was out of town when we found
out last week Alex was leaving, and Angel
Locicero stepped up and filled in for a
week,"Alford said."He stepped up big yester-
day in 7-on-7 and he really impressed me
with how the guys rally around him and
how he is such a leader out there.You will
find nobody that loves the game as much as
Angel."
Locicero has never taken a snap at quar-
terback in a high school game.Alford said he
is likely to see time on both offense and de-
fense in 2011.
"Losing Alex is going to hurt us, there is
no doubt about that,"Alford said."I thought
he was doing a lot of things better this year
and was going to take a major step forward.
We'll just need to regroup and find out who
will be our starting quarterback in the fall."


and it shows."
Grippe's words about Jackson became
evident after enrolling at Freedom, where
she became a leading athlete on another
team.

Flag football at Freedom
Jackson began attending Freedom at the
start of 2011 and was quickly named the
starting quarterback on the Patriots flag
football team. Polansky said the FHSAA will
not comment on the eligibility of any stu-
dent-athlete, but said Freedom is not under


McGough's transfer will also affect two
other Wildcats programs. He was a goalkeep-
er for the Wesley Chapel boy soccer team as
a freshman and recorded four shutouts.
McGough also played in five games for the
baseball team as an outfielder, where he
posted a .400 batting average with three RBI
and one steal in 2011.
The Cowboys have openings at both
spots, as starting goalkeeper John Nardozzi
and outfielder Zach Jackson both graduated.
However, Gaither has an established starter
under center for the football team.
Junior-to-be Shug Oyegunle has been the
Cowboys starting quarterback since halfway
through his freshman season. He completed
97 of 227 passes for 1,412 yards and 11
touchdowns in 2010. He also posted 287
rushing yards on 94 carries and four more
scores to help Gaither finish with a 3-7
record.
Gaither plays its kickoff classic contest at
home against Sickles on Friday,Aug. 26 at 7
p.m.The Cowboys first regular season game
is also at home against Alonso on Sept. 2 at
7:30 p.m.
Wesley Chapel's kickoff classic is at


any investigation asWiregrass Ranch was.
During the flag football season,Jackson
said she had not played the sport for almost
10 years, but did play in a league in Citrus
County. She picked up where she left off
years ago, guiding Freedom to a 10-1 record
to finish as the District 12 runner-up.The
Patriots only loss came to Alonso, the even-
tual state runner-up.
Jackson set several program records in
her only year playing at Freedom. Her 1,023
rushing yards and 18 rushing scores are
more than anyone else in program history.


Alex McGough was Wesley Chapel's start-
ing quarterback last season, but the sopho-
more-to-be has transferred to Gaither.
(Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

South Sumter on Friday,Aug. 26 at 7 p.m.
The Wildcats first game is against cross-town
rivalWiregrass Ranch at home on Sept. 2 at
7:30 p.m.
-All stats as recorded by Maxpreps. com
by coaches.


She also added 1,289 passing yards and an-
other 18 touchdowns.
As a defensive back,Jackson became the
first Patriot to ever have 23 interceptions in
a season, and also added 26 flag pulls.
Jackson was selected to the All-Western
Conference National Division first team. She
was also named the All-Laker/All-Lutz News
Player of the Year for flag football. Because
she has not been found ineligible to play at
Freedom, she will keep that distinction.
-All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com
by coaches, or by coaches themselves.


YOU MAY NOT BE IN IT FOR


6ai2cu^wa'y^yc(w


A 7/ y NEED )


Just because you've chosen the path of God instead of the money trail doesn't mean you should forsake your
financial future. Thats where we come in.
Were MM BB. For over 100 years we've been , II i ,j investment, retirement and insurance benefits just for
those who serve the church, both ordained and lay.
To learn more about us and our financial products, visit www.mmbb.org or call 1-800-986-6222.
snt it time your money started working as hard as you?


}vMBB
Financial Services



REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THAT'S OUR CALLING.


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


THE LAKER


I July 6, 2011 9










































Weae ekigsbmsiosfo tleeofte ek
Anynemamkesubm ssio s: prets0caces techrsoratlees
Subm ssion *S ''scnb nyn ran emfrmaysport
etes e d nt hae wonawar s t b ecognied
Sen yursubi s sion to0' acno~nesI sco



DAC YNSIS-DN CE3. GYNATC


SPORTS


Bradley
Lane claims
two gold
medals
Wesley Chapel resident
and judo athlete Bradley
Lane won a pair of gold
medals during the spring
season. In May, Lane
competed in the
Orlando Invitational and
won a gold medal in
Juvenile A, for boys
ages 13-14, 58kg and
64kg. He followed that
up in June when he par-
ticipated in the Sunshine
State Games/FJI State
Championships. Lane
won another gold medal
in Juvenile A, boys ages
13-14, 64kg. He also
continued his winning
streak to 10-0. (Photo
courtesy of Stacey Lane)


The Angels softball all stars
of the Wesley Chapel Athletic
Association won the District
4 championship for players
ages 9-10.The squad went 4-1
in the event, outscoring its
opponents 34-3.
The Angels lost their first
game 2-0 to West Pasco, their
only loss in the tournament.
The Wesley Chapel squad's
bats woke up in its next
game, a 2-0 victory against
Hernando and followed that
up with a 16-0 win over
Springhill.
The Angels got some
order of revenge by defeat-
ing West Pasco 7-1with the
help of four innings of pitch-
ing by Riley Baxter. The win


Angels all star
roster
Jordan Almasy
Riley Baxter
Chase Booker
Logan Coward
Jordyn Kadlub
Baylie King
Anna Margetis
Paige Mulford
Neely Peterson
Jordan Rosenberg
Melissa Wark
Shelby Westbrook
Will Coward, coach
Scott Kadlub, coach
Scott King, coach
Mike Peterson, coach


forced a third contest between the squads,
with the winner leaving as champions.
Wesley Chapel scored six runs on six


Get all your favorite local
news stories online

www.cnewspubs.com

TheLaker / LutzNews


hits in the first inning of the
decisive contest. Jordyn
Kadlub pitched five shutout
innings en route to a 9-0 vic-
tory.
The tournament featured
an inside-the-park home run
by Jordan Almasy and a
triple by Melissa Wark.
Almasy andWark, along with
Neely Peterson and Shelby
Westbrook, each had a .500
batting average. The Angels
hit .468 as a team.
Wesley Chapel's pitching
staff of Kadlub, Baxter,
Westbrook, Logan Coward
and Jordan Rosenberg al-
lowed only two hits and 11
balls put in play during the
tournament while recording


61 strikeouts.
The Angels will travel to Carrabelle for
the state tournament July 7-10.


DATE NIGHT? DINNER DATE? MOVIE DATE?
ALL UNDER ONE ROOF AT THE GROVE CINEBISTRO


GROVE 16 &
CINEBISTRO
' i:E, E . i' Iz"TH T-S, E"


10 July 6,2011


6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544
Near 1-75 & SR54 I 813.948.5444
www.CobbThealres.com I www.CobbCineBistro.com


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


The WCAA Angels all stars won the District 4 championship to move on to the state tourna-
ment. (Photo courtesy of Scott Kadlub)


Angels claim District 4 title


� A 1


DANCE & GYMNASTICS ACADEMY
OF TAMPA

813-949-7875
DGATAMPA.COM


COME VISIT US AT OUR BRAND NEW FACILITY!!!
23633 Venezia Drive, Land 0' Lakes
At the intersection of SR54 & Livingston


* Summer Dance & Gymnastics classes
are currently in session, but it's not too late
to join us!

* We also have Summer Gymnastics Camp
through August 12!

* Fall classes begin August 18.
Reserve your spot today!

* Have your Birthday Party, Play Group or Field
Trip at The Dance & Gymnastics Academy!


COME JOIN THE FUN!







SVI 8olV


1^


THE LAKER





Local Girl Scout earns prestigious award


By Zack Peterson
zpeterson@cnewspubs.com

Since the fourth grade, being involved
in Girl Scouts has been sweet, sweet
music to Alexis Aldamuy's ears.
And now, 10 years later, as a graduate
of Wharton High,Aldamuy's persistence
and hard work have made her a recipient
of the Gold Award, the highest level of
achievement a Girl Scout can earn, which
she was rewarded with on June 5.
Along with the orchestra, Aldamuy
started participating in Scouts 10 years
ago when she moved to the Wesley
Chapel/New Tampa area where her troop
is based.
"I had just moved to Tampa and didn't w
know anybody,"Aldamuy said."My mom
thought it was a good way to meet peo-
ple.
"After awhile, I got really close to
everyone.They're all my sisters now."
As a part of Troop 1012,Aldamuy found
her passion in the activities the scouts of-
fered.
"I really liked the events and activities
we did like camping,"Aldamuy said.
After years of experience with the troop,
Aldamuy first had to complete 40 hours of
career leadership before pursuing the Gold
Award, an honor equivalent to the Eagle
Scout Award in boy scouting, and a task that
requires numerous steps.
As a prerequisite to the Gold Award,
Aldamuy and other scouts in her troop com-
pleted the 40 hours of career leadership by
going on a college road trip that toured UF,
FSU, UNF, UCF and Stetson.
"It was to get us thinking about the col-
leges we'd attend and future careers,"
Aldamuy said.
According to Aldamuy, the Gold Award
requires a detailed community service proj-
ect that must fulfill 65 hours of volunteer
work.
"It is a very rigorous process," said troop
leader Terri Thiele, the woman who has
worked withAldamuy and her fellow scouts
for the past ten years."Less than 5 percent
of the girls her age even earn this award."
The scout must identify a community
issue and do the necessary research to be-
come knowledgeable about the subject.
Then, they must invite others to join their
cause, create the project plan, and submit it
for review by their particular Girl Scout
council.
After doing so, the scout must carry out
the plan, inspire others and leave behind a
legacy that will carry the passion behind the
project for years to come.
As a dedicated violinist,Aldamuy found
her inspiration for the project in the music
programs around local elementary schools.


DADE OAKS, from page 1
She's looking forward to having a play-
ground where she can take her children.
She has a 4-year-old daughter, Lily Clemons
and a 1-year-old son, Liam Clemons.
CrystalWilson, another Dade Oaks resi-
dent, said her four children are excited
about getting a new playground.
"Now the kids will be able to play
around here,"Wilson said.
Guyer said the neighborhood's kids are
long overdue for a safe outdoor place to
play.
Equipment for the playground is expect-
ed to arrive in time for installation in August,
Guyer said.
Meanwhile, a concrete block wall - more
than 6 feet tall - will be built to keep out
the drug dealers, Guyer said.
"It's a known drug area," the law enforce-
ment officer said. The drug dealers have
worn a path to a spot where they've taken
out a section of chain link fence so they can
cut through.
The wall will go up and the playground
will be set up on a 50-by-54-foot plot of
ground where the drug dealers used to cut
through, Guyer said.
Wilson said she's glad a wall will be
erected.

CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


Alexis Aldamuy, a graduate of Wharton High,
was a recipient of the Gold Award, the highest
honor a Girl Scout can achieve. According to
Aldamuy's troop leader, Terri Thiele, "less than
5 percent" of scouts earn this award."

"I noticed the music programs had been
diminishing, especially at the elementary
school level," Aldamuy said. "The lack of
music introduced in elementary school also
seemed to lead to decreased music pro-
grams in high school too."
So, as part of her service project, she
booked a room at the Holiday Inn Hotel off
Bruce B. Downs to put on a program known
as "Got Music?!"
There, she showcased instruments with
the help of local music stores such as Bidel
Music and HappyTunes and invited local
elementary schools like Clark, Pride,
Hunter's Green, Heritage and Lawton
Chiles to give them a hands on experi-
ence.
"It was a total of 84 hours after putting
everything together,"Aldamuy said."And the
legacy piece I put together was a power
point I made that I gave to elementary
schools detailing the instruments, the types
of music they can play, and the sounds the
instruments make.
"It felt like I accomplished something re-
ally big. It really helped me find what I love
to do, and it was great to give that back to
the community."
Aldamuy still plans to remain involved
with the scouts even though she will be at-
tending Stetson University in the fall with
the intention of majoring in English
Professional Writing.
"There are still three girls pursuing the
GoldAward in my troop,"Aldamuy said.'TI'm
still a life long Girl Scout and I'll do whatev-
er I can to help these girls."
Thiele has no doubt about this.
"I feel that she'll actively volunteer and
be a positive role model for young girls
everywhere,"Thiele said."It makes me proud
to say I had some involvement in being a
positive role model for her."


"They put the fence up four different
times,"Wilson said. She hopes the wall will
put an end to the parade of drug dealers
who "walk in and out, all hours of the
night."
Saint Leo University was instrumental in
the community center revitalization and
also is playing a key role in the playground
project, Guyer said.
"They were involved since Day 1," she
said.
Ana Di Donato, assistant vice president
for student services at Saint Leo University,
said students from the university's Servant
Leadership class got involved with the com-
munity center project and once they got to
know the neighborhood kids, they wanted
to continue helping them.
Amanda Cassar, president of the Student
Government Union, and Jessica Cannon,
who sits on the student government board,
told Di Donato that the children in the
neighborhood need a playground.
The student government executive
board voted to devote $10,000 of its budget
for playground equipment.
Guyer sees the playground as another
step in the right direction for Dade Oaks.
"It's the rebirth of this community,"
Guyer said.


Order Your Team's Fall Shirts Locally

V1 3-5 Day Turn Around

No Set-Up Fee
(up to $50 savings)

No Minimum to Buy


Michelle Capps
thetzone69@gmail.com

813-503-7359




H R -1 P *FI -ST 1M 1 r shCL SE U & O
I .* Hrsy s... o I I I' I *.


An incredible dining experience in an

you'll never forget it.

( Sunset Menu 4-6pm everyday starting at $7.99


atmosphere so unique,


Happy Hour 4-7 Daily extensive Wine List w
3rd Wednesday of Every Month house wines $3.00 a glass Daily & Weekly Specials on
Magician every Tuesday & Saturday 6 - 9pm Catering & Party Rooms Available
3740L]iv v e * Dadi Ct r5.2[05 wIIo-elicom


PROPANE
AND A/C
oce' 7988 813-782
Sales * Service * Installat

Aw__ Lenny Bahr Kevin Bahr
Owners

FREE ESTIMATES
on all installations A/C & Ga



Visit Any Of Our 3 Locations For The Lowest Price


------- - -----
I OFF
C INC. Propane Cylinder Fill
S 120 - 30 lb.
-5013 I Limit one per person, per visit
Expires 07-30-11
io n -- - - - - -- - - - -
$5OFF
I A/C Maintenance Check




dNew A/C Install
. Limit one per person, per visit
Expires 07-30-11
es In Town! _________


I July 6,2011 11


THE LAKER






What's Happening
Your Community Calendar * Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com * All listings free of charge

OUT AND ABOUT _______KIDS STUFF
USF PLANT FAIR BIBLE BOOT CAMP
The USF Botanical Gardens will have a Community United Methodist Church,
tropical plant fair from 10 a.m.- 4p.m.July 9 32606 MichiganAve. in SanAntonio, will
and 10 a.m.-3 p.m.July 10.The event 11 Tl 111 TI ULI have a Bible boot camp from 9 a.m.-12
features vendors, lectures and a Q&A with p.m.July 18-22. Camp includes Bible
the Rare Fruit Council.Admission is $5. An Attraction On a Higher Plane lessons, obstacle courses, snacks and
Garden members and children under 12 are crafts.To register, call (352) 588-0322.
free. For information, call (813) 974-2329. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FREE MOVIES
HOSPICE THRIFT FANTASY OF FLIGHT Cobb Theatres Grove 16 will host free
Christmas in July sales through July 30 at: Celebrating its 15th anniversary, Fantasy of Flight is offering buy one/get one summer kids shows at 10 a.m. every
-HPH Hospice Thrift Store, 4910 S.Allen to Florida residents through Sept. 30. Offer is good on both adult and Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday. Doors
Road in Zephyrhills, (813) 355-4830 open at 9:30 a.m. Same day ticketing only
-Gulfside Regional Hospice Thrift Shoppes, children's general admission. Proof of residency is required.The center The movies on July 5,6 and 7 are Veggie
37925 Sky Ridge Circle in Dade City, (813) includes tours, hands-on exhibits, vintage aircraft and children's activities. For Tales and Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kitty
782-7200; and 36504 SR 54 in Zephyrhills, information, call (863) 984-3500 or visit www.fantastyofflight.com. Galore. Grove 16 is located at 6333Wesley
(813) 788-5461. Grove Blvd. in Wesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 948-5444.
HURRICANE SEMINAR Dade City, will celebrate an old fashioned on garden activities and special projects
East-WestAnimal Hospital is hosting a free Christmas on July 9.The gallery will feature and problems. Light refreshments and a BIBLE SCHOOL
seminar on Hurricane Preparedness and in-store demonstrations, specials and a native plant drawing. For information, call Trinity Church ofWesley Chapel will have
Your Pet from 10-11:30 a.m.July 9 at 1524 silent auction for two paintings. For (727) 849-2335. a week-long "Beach Blast" vacation Bible
Land O' Lakes Blvd. in Lutz. Seminar information, call (352) 521-3823. SUNCOAST CHORUS school from 9-11:30 a.m. July 11-15, for
includes what to do before, during and after JOIN THE CLUB The Suncoast Harmony ChorusWst children age four up to those completing
the storm. Complimentary refreshments fifth grade.Admission is free and includes
and snacks. Seating is limited. For PLANT SOCIETY Central Chapter of SweetAdelines stories, song, crafts, recreation and snacks.
information, call (813) 948-6534. The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida International, is looking for members. To register, visit
Native Plant Society will meet July 12 at Rehearsals are at 7 p.m. on Tuesdays in the www.trinitychurchwc.com or stop by the
GALLERY SPECIALS St. Mark's Presbyterian Church, 7922 SR 52 Gulf High chorus room in New Port church from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. weekdays,
The HiBrow Gallery, 14125 Seventh St. in in Hudson. Chapter members will speak Richey For information, call Patty Ritter at 33425 SR 54.
(727) 505-0001.



Best in Small Business


0CORlNERSTOINE AIR
Air Conditioning & Heating


'~ \


* SALES * SERVICE * INSTALLATION
SERVING OUR CUSTOMERS WITH
QUALITY, HONESTY & INTEGRITY
Licensed Bonded & Insured * Lic# CAC 1816647
FREE ESTIMATES
12 MONTHS NO INTEREST FINANCING


FAMLYOWND&PER E


-


,r - SERVICE CALL
WITH A/C REPAIR
1 lm i � . / I, ,.i1,,,i, i, , ,
77 POINT ",,- FREE*
CLEANING & CHECKUP '
49 95 ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT W/13
49.95 .ssteealuation , SEER OR HIGHER SYSTEM
*6 month breakdown guarantee * Must present coupon at time of service
or $49 95 credit to repairs I 1 coupon per visit
L -- -- -- -- - - - -J L-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -


FRCEE 494O



25% OFFd FREE

ANY UV LIGHT MEDIA FILTER
with Repair 16 S eer or Higher-UP


INSTALLATION wilh inslaalionaaofa
Not 3Irl *i itn any 3 i:.h ! ufcr oNf1 . llO iilW n i ny ol'rn r Othe r




-I, * Il I I


II CNI T IOI


* SERVICE * MONITORING
PERSONAL MEDICAL ALERT
$65 SERVICE CALL
* 813-995-2333
www.wainwrightalarm.com
LIC# EZ0000111


REMINGTON'S
ALUMINUM
813-996-2883
Specializing in Custom Pool Enclosures
* Screen Enclosures ,,.-
*Vinyl & Glass Windows :',,
* Car Ports * Repairs * Slabs '-.
Bonded * Insured
State License CRC 1329806
NORMAN REMINGTON
P.O. Box 2006 * Land O'Lakes, FL 34639
www.remingtonaluminum.comrn


WE ACCEPT

'VISA


C-


Community News
Publications


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


IA CO T I


12 1 July 6,2011


THE LAKER





Best in Small Business


Randy Coulter Construction Contractor
BULIL.DIINGI
ADDITIONS * REMODELING * KITCHENS
BATHROOMS * TILE * CONCRETE

REROOFING * SHINGLES * FLAT DECKS * ALL REPAIRS
813-229-3806 * 352-688-6111
ROOFING 0 Serving area since 1980 BUILDING
,#CCC029610 #CRC023379


BULLDOG CLEANING
Grout/Tile Cleaning make the old grout look like new.
Color seal grout $50.00 OFF
Carpet Cleaning dry foam extraction.
$25.00 OFF (Dries 1-2 hours)
WE WILL BEAT ANY PRICE / CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE
727-772-1014
CLANN SRVC


The Cleaning Authority offers over
30 years' experience and a 100%
satisfaction guarantee to every clean.
* Satisfaction Guaranteed


* Bonded & Insured
* Dependable Service
* Locally Owned

Call.
Gleaning 81
Authort.
Clean Homes Clean Earth. Lutz.


today for a FREE estimate!

3.948-7848
TheCleaningAuthority.com


ROOM ADDIIOS
Garages
S nic D /


813-64-3E1


DIRT CHEAP
DIRT
delivery included
We Fix Dirt Driveways with
Asphalt or Concrete Millings
Bobcat and Backhoe service
Land ClearinglDemolition
(8138) 96600-3873
(8138) 99-3900


MAKE YOURf AD POP!.

[i 1i] Now Available

in Best in Small Business

// m
8 1 U000a28001


F. I ^

$25.00 OFF
First Time Cleaning
Must present coupon. Not to be X i
combined with any other offers. .
Cleaning done by Owner * Satisfaction Guaranteed
* Free Estimates * No Contracts Required
* Bonded 35 yrs experience
* Open 24hrs/7 Days a week * Licensed & Insured


Bella Casa
Cleaning Service
Commercial & Residental Cleaning
727.376.3938


WE ACCEPT

0 VISA


C.


~ 1 - Community News
SD I-263D7966D Publications
, ,, , ,I i CED INSU=,D BONDED


Blake Construction, LLC

j7877

All prices include: Vertical roof with soffit/faccia, O $ 1 9 5 *
Two WIND-CODED Roll-up Doors, OM Entry Door. 0 9 - $ 15,79*
Two Cable Vets,.Sta-mpe - FL Enginered Pte.. 30X30x9 - 115,790'
Site Prep-ratio. 4 ,Con.rete Slab . t"'llalto" 40x50x12 - $ 32,985*
'&Sale.s r-T dudd.
*s ntial pring,% gd d- Ju. y 2011. Trip crh -y apply. Com drdal pricg ilale.
' S


THE MUST ATTEND SEMINAR
FOR ALL PARENTS ABOUT SAFE TEEN DRIVING!
Involved and informed parents are the
most influential factor in safe teen driving.


THURS, JULY B21
$25 person 7PM-9PM
Copperstone Executive Suites
3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd, Ste 100
Land O'Lakes, FL 34639


GAAG DOR


(813) 713-4233
contact Eieorge [sanadi
ewwwweacesmotorsports net


licensed


Insured


"Integrity At The Right Price"


U-M7


Garage Door & Home Improvement


GARAGE
Door Repair/Installation
Opener Repair/Installation
Hurrican Reinforcements


HOME
Additions/Remodels
Landscape/Maintenance
Pole Barns/Decks


813-996-4645
Free Service Call sOn FF
on Garage Door U U/
Work ($25 value) Any Job We Do
Can only use one coupon at a time
L- - _ _ ------------- a --------------- - - -


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


INI)EPENI)ENCE

FROM CLEANING


the only house cleaning
service that is


tampabay.maidbrigade.com


License # CBC058954 Bonded & Insured


ARO'1NEE
rONTRACTORS. LLC
CONTRACTING SERVICES YOU CAN TRUST
www.carolinecontractors.com
813-931-4611
Commercial and Residential
Exceeding expectations for over 18yrs
WE PUT THE CLIENT FIRST
Family owned and operated BB


Residential / Commercial


' Service Upgrade * Remodeling
Generator - Transfer Switch Hook-up Special
$2000�� OFF
ANY SERVICE CALL
30 yrs Experience / Quality Work / Free Estimates
www.WesleyChapelElectric.net


813-333-5319
ww .jdssmartpower.com
I State Licensed eC13004055
| Insued - Liability and Worker's Comp (WO)|


Hardwood Floors

Installed FOR LESS




Laminate installed from ..$3 SQ FT*
8m w/pad installed .......... $4 SQ FT*
12m w/pad installed ...$4.79 SQ FT*
* material & labor

MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM
Licensed & Insured

813-786-3216

1 July 6,2011 13


FREE ESTIMATES - NO OBLIGATION


TAYLOR GARAGE
DOORS INC.

mlyl h- Iro . . ..
� I 1�1 AVL
Openers ',' "-- ,--
Replacemeni Doors
All Major & Minor Repairs
Lucened Bnnded Inured


-1�.


CAINGSERVIICEi


I ELECTRIC


THE LAKER






Best in Small Business


Mr. & Mrs. Fix-It
Over 25 years experience
Satisfaction Guaranteed
* Pressure Washing
* Painting ( cp1
* Home Repair
* Tiling
* Carpentry Repair
* Moldings & Chair Rails
* Clean Grouts & Floors
813-408-6133
www.MrandMrsfixit.com


SPEIAIZIGINS ISHN BT
*Pesur Wahn *Paitn
IF' YOU NEIED I13ITONICANDI- T.l
30 years mlilI* ,l~J ] *licd
expeienc 813'35-640 36468614


WE ACCEPT

VISA




Community News
Publications


I LANSCAPNG&SOD


II R TO


IDIAL-S 1

I II


IPI N


I N TI N


IRp IG


I11- I I . - < .

4a 4 o6 p 6eoeu , y Florida Certified Roofing Contractor
Your Local Commercial/Residential Leak
and Re-Roof Specialist
Metal * Shingle * Flat Decks * Tile
Gutters * Soffits * Facia Pool Cages
www.rymanroofing.com



813-782-6094 * 1-800-800-ROOF
36413 SR 54 * Zephyrhills
Fully Licensed, Bonded & Insured * Lic# CC C1325505


Certified Arborist * MBE Certified
JUAN SANCHEZ
TRE SERVICE
^^^a^^^ FREE ESTIMATES
FIREWOOD for Sa e Lie & Work
Delivered 0813 5 32 Comp Iured
TREE REMOVAL - TREE TRIMMING - STUMP GRINDING
"Blessed retheythat do His commandments,
that they may have right to the tree of life..." Rev 22:14



Local Television Repairs


14 July6,2
14 July 6, 2011


Commercial * Residential
Interior * Exterior * Insured * Bonded

100/o OFF
Jobs over $1000 * FREE estimates
Mention this ad at the time of estimate.
*-.---------.--.--------
Give us a call today!
/iMag PahiaAN of FlOkrid, nc. You'll be happy you did.
We guarantee it!


SI Now Available
in Best in Small Business


TREE SERVICE
* Complete Tree Service
- Tree and Palm Trimming
- Stump Grinding
* Clean-up and Hauling
Call Philip Wood
813-508-1685
Licensed andInsured


2)"'t Fe Fo"ed Itot
;PaV4tg MoreN Fr m em...
-- Classic Series Windows
ANY SIZE WHITE VINYL DOUBLE
1 I HUNG WINDOW-up to 120ui

Save up to40%o
Off Monthly Utilities

WINDOWOPTIONS
Classic Series PLUS
CALL TODAY FOR FEATURE DETAILS AND FREE IN-HOME ESTIMATES
Limited Time Offer!


THE LAKER


- PRINTERS -OFIG


DrintDUcctr MtD
Repair and Maintenance
* Printers * Copiers
* Fax Machines
All Major brands * 24 hr responses
We sell re-manufactured
printers and fax machines
813-748-4354
20 years experience



Imperial Roofing
Contractor, Inc.
Licensed * Insured
State Cert. #CCC 029597
FREE ESTIMATES
Call Ron, Chris, Ronnie
& Jason
813-996-2773


CARL MARTIN
ROOFING, LLC.
& CONSTRUCTION SERVICES


FREE ESTIMATES
813-977-0066
licensed * bonded * insured
CCC1325565

-^ .i ,.iii


* Lawn Maintenance
* Grading * Fill Dirt* Bush Hogging
* Debris Removal * Tree Service
Reeves Land Services, L.L.C.
352.206.4643


Be Prepared This Hurricane Season!

Fitzpatpick's
-~ ee Service -
Removal * Trimming
Stump Grinding & Bobcat Service
Free Efiiuair%, * Affordable Rates * Professional Service
815-495-9541 * 815-788 TREE
' ~I.


6440 Fort King Road * Zephyrhills
813.782.3513 * www.bahrsaluminum.com
YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER
Now specializing in
SCREEN ROOMS * FLORIDA ROOMS
REPLACEMENT WINDOWS
for all types of homes.
Several models & brands to choose from.
Free Estimates * Professional Installation


WE HELP THE DO-IT YOURSELFER

813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


All Types

Factory
Authorized


813-782-0825
1-800-800-7663
www.rymanconstruction.com


a CCC1325505 CGC1517771
UpT� " U d u f Fm N c U.1 H--, Inc..
4-Mi-.mu m. a c epraC&


I I'% SRICE


FItimIluri''III' m


813-540-5100


Te -a.<..Mt .W w







Be Kind to Your Skin program
Pasco Regional Medical Center's Senior
Extra Program will host a brown bag lunch-
eon onWednesday, July 13 from 12-1 p.m.
with a program called Be Kind to Your
Skin.The seminar will be at the hospital's
campus, 13100 Fort King Road in Dade
City. Donnie Morgan will be the guest
speaker.The seminar is opened to the pub-
lic and seating is limited, so those
interested should call to reserve your spot
at (352) 518-1087.
The program will inform people that
skin cancer is the most common form of
cancer. It will also let people know about
identification and treatment options, as
well as ways to protect themselves from
the disease.

Surgical weight loss seminars
The Surgical Weight Loss Center at
University Community Hospital offers
multi-disciplinary programs focused on ad-
dressing all aspects of losing weight. The
free seminars are presented by Dr. John
Dietrick.The next courses are on Saturday,
July 9 from 10-11:30 a.m. and Tuesday, July
19 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the LifeHope Medical
Office, 3000 Medical Park Drive. For more
information or to sign up, call (877) 482-
4362.

Drive Alive 55 education program
University Community Hospital, 3100 E.
FletcherAve., will host a Drive Alive 55 pro-
gram at its auditorium on Monday, July 11
from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. to help older people
learn how to drive for the first time, or
brush up on the basics.The cost is $12 for
AARP members, $14 for nonmembers. For
more information or to sign up, call (877)
4824362.

Nonsurgical arthritis treatment
Those suffering from joint pain can
learn about nonsurgical options from Dr.
Ira Guttentag at a free lunch and learn pro-
gram onWednesday,July 13 from 12-1 p.m.
The program is at Pepin Heart Hospital,
3100 E. FletcherAve. For more information
or to sign up, call (877) 482-4362.

Robotic surgery course for women
Women can learn about robotic surgi-
cal options to help with a variety of
different problems at a free program on
Thursday, July 21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at
the Women's Center at University
Community Hospital, 3100 E. FletcherAve.
Drs. Amy Solomon, Michael Morris and
Sonja Perkins will lead the seminar. Light
refreshments will be served. For more in-
formation or to sign up, call (877)
482-4362.


Breast cancer support group
University Community Hospital's breast
cancer support group meets at the
LifeHope Medical Office, 3000 Medical
Park Drive. The next meeting is Tuesday,
July 26 from 5-6 p.m.The group is free and
open to anyone, including men currently
being treated for, or are survivors of breast
cancer. For more information or to sign up,
call (877) 482-4362.

Diabetes educational classes
University Community Hospital's
Diabetes and Endocrinology Institute offers
comprehensive diabetes education pro-
grams taught by certified instructors.The
classes are available regular evenings, half-
days or on weekends at various sites
around the area.Topics include nutrition,
medications, exercise, glucose monitoring,
complications, stress management and foot
care.A doctor's prescription is required to
attend. For more information or to sched-
ule a class, call (813) 615-7262.

Natural ways to beat cholesterol
Dr. Diane Longstreet will lead a free pro-
gram on natural ways to treat high
cholesterol on Thursday, July 28 from 7-8
p.m. at the Long Term Acute Care Hospital
at Connerton, 9441 Health Center Drive in
Land O' Lakes. Light refreshments will be
served. For more information or to sign up,
call (877) 482-4362.

Weekly Taoist Tai Chi classes
Tai Chi classes are offered each
Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. at Trinity
Church of Wesley Chapel, 33425 SR 54 in
Wesley Chapel. For more information, call
(813) 788-2898.

Saturday group fitness classes
The Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex,
3032 Collier Parkway, hosts a group fitness
class each Saturday starting at 10:30 a.m.
The class is 60 minutes long and costs $6
each day. It is designed to be a total body
workout, incorporating aerobics, strength,
toning and flexibility.All fitness levels are
welcome. For more information, call (813)
996-7186 or email julbruc@yahoo.com.

Text to find out ER wait time
People who want to know how long the
wait time is at Pasco Regional Medical
Center's emergency room can now send a
text to find out.The texting option is the lat-
est development in the hospital's ER Extra
campaign. If you want to know how long
the wait time is, just text your zip code to
ERTIME (378463) and you will receive the
ER wait time at Pasco Regional Medical
Center.


Keep your business


YOUR BUSINESS!
SECURE DOCUMENT SHREDDING


RECYCLING PROGRAMS
Concrete, Wood, Paper & Tires

ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLING
FAST FAC;7
SHomeowners F sFA
Every year we dispose
* Businesses of 24 million tons of
* Commercial Renovations leaves & clippings
* Roof Tear-Offs which should be
* 20, 30, 40, Yard Sizes composted.


HEALTH & WELLNESS


Program


Rate Points Fees %Down APR


GATEWAY CAPITAL MORTGAGE, INC. 888.595-7339
http://www.miygatewaycapital.com
30 yr fixed 4.375 0.000 $795 5% 4.416
30 yr fixed 4.125 1.000 $795 5% 4.250
30 yr FHA 4.375 0.000 $795 4% 4.416
5/1ARM Jumbo Confrmig 4.000 0.000 $995 20% 3.150
Ask about our Jumbo Products
(B) 23520 SR 54, Suite 101, Lutz, FL 33559 MBB0704834


Pmgram


Rate Points Fees %Down APR


AMERI FINANCIAL 813-990-8916
www.AmerifinanciallVMtg.com
30 yr fixed Call for Rates
15 yr fixed Call for Rates
30 yr FHA Call for Rates
30 yr FHA refi Call for Rates
100% Loan in Select Areas, Please call Joe (813) 990-8916 ext 101
(B)


AIMLOAN.COM 888-418-02351 ~1 1 ,
http://www.aimloan.comf Loan Program Rate Monthly Payment
30 yr fixed 4.375 0.000 $325 20% 4.392 1 yr ARM 3.90% $778.25
15 yr fixed 3.625 0.000 $325 20% 3.654 5/1ARM 3.45% $T76.33
10/1 ARM 3.625 0.000 $325 20% 3.389 Hereawhate a30yrflxed 4.71% $856.74
5/1 ARM 2.750 0.000 $325 20% 2.917 tn'hytoa. fp"ye- t ay!ef.ll
Certified Upfront Lender! Rates & GFE Online 24/7! mortggeloan usingthe 30yrjumbo 5.21% $2,391.32
(A) 4121 Camino Del Rio South, San Diego, CA 92108, NMLS#2890, ML-0700791 prevail ng interest rates Source: Bankrate.com
30 yr fixed 15 yr fixed 5yr ARM
Thisweek 4.71 3.86 3.45 LENDERS, TO PARTICIPATE

Lastweek 4.66 3.83 3.36 IN THIS FEATURE

|Laslyear 4.75 4.20 4.07 CALL BANKRATE.COM
Soum: Banrate.com, for m inormailon visl nkate mm. Bankrat natonaelaer- @ 800-509-4636
ages are based on 100 largest institutions in the top 10 markets in the United States.





to determine what rates may be available to you To appear in this table, car 800-509-4636. To report any inaccuracies, a 888-509-4636. � hp // w interest comPpl=lCOM

IntChking Money 3mo 6mo 12mo 18mo 24mo 36mo 6Omo
Acct MktAcct CD CD CD CD CD CD CD
Institution/Phone Address/Internet Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin Mmin
B a n k o l A m e r ic a i ji I I L I ,. . ,I i , " "i , " "I , " :. " I "' I - " , , - : . 1.
800 -432.1000 , I._ h,,, ,i ,,,-, ....1 ,, 1 . 1|,, 1,,, 1,,I I 1, l 11, 1,,,,,

Regions Bank 0.01 0.02 0.03 0.05 0.10 NA 0.25 0.55 0.84
800-267-6884 www.regions.com 50 100 500 500 500 NA 500 500 500
Specials: Call for special rates.
SunTrusl Bank 11,4 II , ,,. ,11,, i , 11 Il 114 , J 1 A . 1 1,
800.786.8787 1,,,, I ' , *,, ,,,,,, "

Wachovia Bank, N.A. 0.05 0.02 0.01 0.10 0.15 NA 0.40 0.60 1.06
800-922-4684 www.wachovia.com 100 100 1,000 1,000 1,000 NA 1,000 1,000 1,000
Specials: Call for special rates.

RATES & INFORMATION AVAILABLE 24/7 ON THE INTERNET @ www.bankrate.com


INSTITUTIONS, TO HAVE YOUR INFORMATION APPEAR IN THIS AD CALL 888-768-4243



Saving and LoanRate s


[jj i . 1 h. I . .il
1-year CD -1 1i .l . i.i,1


New car . . , 31


loans


Credit n.1- 'l
Card .


U.S. RATES BEST BASIC CREDIT CARD DEALS
These were the highest yields available among U.S. banks surveyed These were the best standard credit card deals available among U.S. banks
by Bankrate.com as of Tuesday: surveyed by Bankrate.com as of Tuesday:


MMA/Savings account


Min. to Yield
Phone earn int. (APY)


Discover Bank 888-204-8984 $ 500 1.15
Sallie Mae 877-346-2756 0 1.10
Nationwide Bank 877-412-6251 1000 1.05
First Trade Union Bank 800-242-0272 2500 1.05
Ally Bank 877-412-3513 0 1.04
1-year CD
AloStar Bank of Commerce 877-738-6391 $ 1000 1.27
Aurora Bank, FSB 877-412-8271 1000 1.21
Ally Bank 877-779-0119 0 1.20
Sallie Mae 877-346-2756 0 1.20
Discover Bank 888-204-8970 2500 1.20
5-year CD


First Internet Bank of Indiana
Aurora Bank, FSB
Discover Bank
Ally Bank
Intervest National Bank


888-873-3424
877-412-8271
888-204-8970
877-779-0119
212-218-8383


$ 1000
1000
2500
0
2500


LOCAL RATES
These were the lowest loan rates available among Tampa-area institutions
surveyed by Bankrate.com as of Friday:


Home equity loan


Phone Rate


SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 7.14
Bank of America 800-432-1000 8.19
New car 48 month
Bank of America 800-432-1000 2.75
SunTrust Bank 800-786-8787 3.99

Used car 36 month


Bank of America
SunTrust Bank


800-432-1000 3.25
800-786-8787 3.99


11-May 18May 25-May 1-Jun 8Jun 15-un 22-Jun 29-Jun


Annual Annual Grace
For people who carry balances % rate fee period
Amalgamated Bankof Chicago 800-723-0303 7.50V 37 25 B
Citizens Trust Bank 404-659-5959 9.25V 0 25 B
Abington Bank 215-887-4666 10.24V 0 25 B
First Command Bank 888-763-7600 10.25 F 0 25 B

For people who pay off balances


Citizens Trust Bank
Abington Bank
First Command Bank
iBERIABANKfsb


404-659-5959 9.25 V
215-887-4666 10.24 V
888-763-7600 10.25 F
800-217-7715 10.25 V


Note: Rates are for standard credit cards, and information
applies to purchases only. Cash advances frequently are
charged interest from the date of transaction. Additional fees
may be charged such as for exceeding a credit line, making
an ATM transaction, or if a check is returned. B=Billing,
T=Transaction, P=Posting, V=Variable rate, F=Fixed.


See how earnings on your certificates of depositare performing against
the Bankrate National Index by using the chart below.
$1,000 Deposit
Deposit term Average rate Interest earned
6 Mo CD 0.26% $1.30
1 Yr CD 0.44% $4.41
5YrCD 1.61% $83.83

$100,000 Deposit
Deposit term Average rate Interest earned


1 Mo Jumbo CD
3 Mo Jumbo CD
6 Mo Jumbo CD


$13.33
$47.51
$145.10


1 1-Ma 18-Ma 2 1-Jun I I I I I
11-May 18-Ma 25-Mav 1-Jun 8-Jun 15-Jun 22Jun 29-Jun


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


BlBankrlate.com

COMMUNITY NEWSBankraco

$ 4 PERSONAL FINANCE CENTER

MotaeGi de


I0.8.l1- e C i oa llTr


MY'i"r",lilil,]l,.iFl'i I


THE LAKER


I July 6,2011 | 15





TheLaker / LutzNews



FT~~EGAMESin, .AND . PUZZLE


ACROSS
1. Malignant skin tumor
11. Boor's lack
15. Founder
16. Bounce back, in a way
17. Naively
18. Arabic for "commander"
19. Surround and capture
20. " -Team" (2 wd)
21. Transmitted
22. Big _ Conference
23. "... he drove out of sight"
24. _ power
26. Mark
28. Some people can't take them


32. Buzzing
35. New Zealand honeysuckle
37. Human-centered
39. Wood anemone
40. Inebriate
41. Kind of cross
42. Medicine amounts
44. Porcino
46. In favor of
47. Clairvoyance, e.g.
50. Arduous journey
53. Be itinerant
55. Quartet member
57. Woman's dress, in India
58. Breathing in


60. Not "fer"
61. Deadlocked
62. "You ?"
63. Unprovoked

DOWN
1. Tearful
2. Bert and
3. Flax fabric
4. All excited
5. "Good going!"
6. " moment"
7. "Om," e.g.
8. Without delay (6 wd)
9. Lacquered metalware


WORD SCRAMBLE
Rearrange the letters in each word to spell something
pertaining to the Fourth of July.

HET TISHBRI ERA INGOMC



.uzUwoD a iVs7PJu aYj :YRMSNV


10. Indo-European
11. Men's undergarments
12. #1 spot
13. Gab
14. Cause for a lawsuit
23. Overthrow, e.g.
25. Feudal lords
26. Encircle
27. Common Market inits.
29. "I, Claudius" role
30. Blockhead
31. Amniotic
32. " and the King of Siam"
33. "Cut it out!"
34. Hitting with a flat object
36. Artist Max
37. Death on the Nile cause, perhaps
38. Detachable container
43. Djibouti language
45. Geometrical solid
47. A-list
48. Astringent fruit
49. Small lakes
50. Boris Godunov, for one
51. Eastern music
52. " Brockovich"
54. "I'm _you!"
55. Amounted (to)
56. And others, for short
59. "My Name Is Asher "
(Chaim Potok novel)


( Prudential

present the
j 2011

PRODUCTIVITY
AWARDS
with partner sponsors

S AvMmD 0
...l HEALTH PLANS PPL.

.BRANDT ..1HI.. C . TMi .idad northhighland.

Accenture * ACS Government Solutions * Association Studios * AT&T
Awards4U * Bank of America Merrill Lynch * Dominic & Debbie Calabro
Correctional Healthcare Companies * Steve & Linda Evans
The Florida Network * Florida Transportation Builders' Association
Infinity Software Development * MAXIMUS * NorthgateArinso * NSI
Publix Super Markets Charities * Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare
Florida ' Tate Enterprises
www.floridataxwatch.org/dpa
OGN RE S


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


Guess who's
turning another
year older this
week!

JULY 3-9
I was born on July 4, 1927, in
Subiaco, Italy. I played Maria
Dannreuther in Beat the Devil.
Who am I?
ep!6|JqoIIo-I BuIE) :JGMsuV


I was born on July 5, 1979, in
Sligo, Ireland. I am a member
of Westlife. Who am I?
UBI!I eUBLIS :JOAMSUV


I was born on July 6, 1946, in
New York, NY. I played the
title character in the Rocky
films. Who am I?
euollBis JeIseAIAS :.Jemsuv


I was born on July 7, 1980,
in Torrance, CA. I won the
U.S. Nationals nine times and
medaled in two Winter Games
in ladies' figure skating. Who
am I?
UBMN8 e||eqD!LA :JeMsuv


I was born on July 8, 1951, in
Santa Monica, CA. I played
Maerose Prizzi in Prizzi 's
Honor. Who am I?
uolsnH O!IlefuV :JeMsuv


Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.
Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREE movie tickets.
Mail to: Games Page, CommunityNewsPublications, 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd, Suite 14 Lutz, FL 33549
Entries must be received by the Monday following publication date
LAST WEEK'S WINNER
MICHELLE YOUST OF ZEPHYRHILLS

Name:
Address: City: Zip:


/ Ponate A Boat 4

or Car Today!

Boa4p9*ng el


"2-Night Free Vacation!"

140-CtAKANIl -
www.boatangel.com
sponsored by boat angel outreach centers STOPCRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN _


16 July 6,2011


THE LAKER



















CENTRAL PASCO BUSINESS
OF THE YEAR
LOL Transport & Moving has been
named the business of the year by the
Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce.The
award was presented at the chamber's
awards banquet on June 23 at the Residence
Inn at Marriott in Lutz.
LOL Transport & Moving, founded in
February 2005, is owned byWes and ReneVan
Hout, according to a news release from the
company.Involvement in the community and
nonprofit organizations has been a core prior-
ity since it opened, the news release says.
Pasco County Chamber of Commerce
Executive Director Kathy Dunkley congratulat-
ed the business, noting the company received
the special honor because the company is
"well respected and held in high regard."'
Other awards presented by the chamber
were:
-Nonprofit of the Year: Oasis-A Pregnancy


Care Center
-Chamber Member of theYear: Chad
Hudson, Hungry Harry's Family Restaurant
-Ambassador of the Year: Cheryl Herman,
WOW International
-Community Service Award: Marissa
Collier
-Media Award: St. Petersburg Times
-President's Award: George Clam, Great
Britain Tile
-Citizen of theYear: GaryWilliams, Bay
Cities Bank
REGIONAL PLANNING
APPOINTMENTS
Gov. Rick Scott has announced appoint-
ments to several regional planning boards.
His appointments to the Tampa Bay
Regional Council board included Charles D.
Waller, of Dade City and Earl H.Young, of
Zephyrhills.
Waller, 68, of Dade City, is an attorney for


Waller & Scharber. He is reappointed for a
term that began June 21 and ends Oct. 1,
2012.
Young, 62, of Zephyrhills, is the executive
vice president for Florida Traditions Bank.
He is reappointed for a term that began
June 21 and ends Oct. 1,2012.
BE BOOK SMART
Macy's and Reading is Fundamental have
partnered to launch Be Book Smart, a na-
tionwide campaign to raise money to
provide books for underserved children.
Until July 31, Macy's customers can con-
tribute $3 to help provide books for
children. In exchange, Macy's will give those
customers a $10 discount off a purchase of
$50 or more.
Macy's will contribute 100 percent of
the $3 donations it receives to Reading is
Fundamental to provide the books to the
underserved children.
FINANCIAL SERVICES OFFICE
RELOCATES
Independent Financial Services has
moved from an office in Lutz to a new loca-
tion at 20635 Amberfield Drive, Suite 102 in
Land O' Lakes.
By moving, the company will be able to
expand its services into Wesley Chapel,
Land O' Lakes and New Tampa. New and ex-
isting clients may reach the company by
calling (813) 908-2701 and toll-free (888)
811-1817.
The company provides a variety of finan-
cial services, including comprehensive
financial planning, ongoing active money man-
agement and investment management. The


all-women firm specializes in four key areas:
women and investing, retirement planning, di-
vorce planning and small business solutions.
MEXICAN RESTAURANT
TO OPEN IN LUTZ
Elsa's Mexican Restaurant and Sports
Cantina, a new restaurant at 18450 N. US 41,
is expected to open July 18.
The restaurant is"imported from Ohio,"
where it has four locations in Dayton, with
another set to open inAugust.All locations
are owned and operated by Bill Hemmert
and his family from Dayton, Ohio.
Like the other Elsa's, the Lutz restaurant's
menu will feature Mexican foods, as well as
hamburgers, pizza and wings. Its claim to
fame in the drinks department is its "Bad
Juan Margarita."
The restaurant, located in the space pre-
viously occupied byWeck's American Grill,
is now hiring servers, bartenders and
bussers, said Pete Berberich, restaurant man-
ager. For information, contact Berberich at
(813) 948-3572.
EAST PASCO NETWORKING
GROUP NAMES NEW CHAIRMAN
The East Pasco Networking Group has
selected Nils R. Lenz to be the group's new
chairman.
Lenz is the president of B&N Lenz
Enterprises - Accounting/Tax Firm.
The focus of the new East Pasco
Networking Group is the enhancement and
growth of its members businesses.
The group's next meeting is set for 8:30
a.m. on July 12 at the Village Inn in
Zephyrhills.


EDUCATION '


S C& ACTIVITIES, _ G
SCHOOLS/CHILD CARE, ACTIVITIES, SPORTS, FITNESS, CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION


r t PRo
813-989-9673
proskeparties.com

* -osG.ne * Mc ..ir iz4 r



L* 5mC4oorn fCni S



.-- Birthday & Holiday Parties
School & Church Events
Corporate Functions
I Grand Openings
Sporting Events
Trade Shows


Take Advantage of the Summer!
Tutoring programs in: - ---
*Reading Study Skills U/50% FF
* Math * SAT/ACT Prep Reading, Math or
* Writing * Homework Edge Study Skills Tests
*SUMMER ENRICHMENT CAMPS $75.00
(reg. $149)
AV ,P _ offer expires 8-1-11





2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND 0' LAKES PUBLICX PLAZA)
(813) 909-0781 www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes
* -,,dge i0 ts
AfforI,. I TuoIghm m


Place your ad in the
EDUCATION &
ACTIVITIES
DIRECTORY TODAY
and we will DOUBLE its

size at
NO ADDITIONAL
CHARGE!*
Call 813-909-2800
Today!
*12 week contract required. Only single and
double ad sizes qualify. New clients only.



**Al Kids Academy

INFANTS * TODDLERS * PRESCHOOL * SCHOOL AGE
| elebialing II yeais olf serving kids
Quality childcaie ac a reasonable price
-Family owned and opeiaed

-P NOW REGISTERING!
2011-2012 School year


FREE VPK k
9:30-12:30 s
1910 Livingston RD. Lul
.Phone: (813) 9 48-0100


It


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


4Jl


WE ACCEPT

_ _ VISA � M


Community News Publications

RED CROSS BABYSITTER'S TRAINING
$100 Per Person * MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR CLASS
Save $15 when you mention this Ad!
JULY 24TH, 1:30-6:30PM
(Ages 11 - 16)
COPPERSTONE OFFICE COMPLEX
3632 Land 0' Lakes Blvd. (US Hwy 41)
Class includes: backpack, books & certification
Bring a packed lunch & drink
813.784.0381 * BeSafeCPR.com



Fun, Inexpensive, Memorable...
MojoBooth is an absolute hit at any event!
MojoBooth isthe premier photo booth
entertainment experience. We've perfected photo
booth technology and are dedicated to providing
your event with an unsurpassed dimension of fun!

IIM

mojo I)

photo booth
813.978.9601
MojoPhotoEntertainment.com
The Premier Photo Booth Entertainment Experience


I July 6, 2011 17


4


LIc #fUt6PA00UU2 o


a


THE LAKER


w wall dsa . t








Class


f813-909-2800 * Fax 813-909-2802

fi n d s www.cnewspubs.com/classifieds


The Laker


y ard Sales)





MOVING SALE, SAT., July 9, 7am-?
Twin Lakes Subdivision off Hwy 54,
Land O'Lakes

SAT., JULY 9, 8-2. Multi-family.
Quail Hollow Sub. Old Pasco Rd. to
Boom Boom Dr. to Gentle Ben Circle
Across from Victorious Life Church.
Follow signs.






EMAI M




THE LAKER IS seeking a

freelance writer/photographer
to provide coverage
of the Zephyrhills/Dade City area.
Must have writing and photography
experience and reliable
transportation. Some evening and
weekend work required.
Forward work samples and
letter of interest to
news@cnewspubs.com.





IE II R




CLAIMS ADJUSTERS NEEDED due to
active Storm Season. JEL's 5-day Boot
Camp, Nations #1 hands-on trainer can
prepare you. High Income
www.JELTrainina.com -
Companies waiting (x)
MOVIE EXTRAS EARN up to $250 per
day To stand in the backgrounds for a ma-
or film production experience not re-
quired. All looks needed. Call NOW!I
(877)435-5877 (x)



** ABLE TO TRAVEL
Hiring 10 people, Free to travel all states,
resort areas
No experience necessary.
Paid training & Transportation.
OVER 18. Start ASAP.
1-888-853-8411 (n)
ACTORS/MOVIE EXTRAS
Needed immediately for upcoming roles
$150-$300 per day depending on job
requirements. No experience, All looks
needed.
1-800-561-1762 Ext A-104,
for casting times/locations. (n)
BLUE JEAN JOB!!
Hiring Sharp/Fun People!
Free to travel entire United States.
Company paid Lodging/Transportation.
Great pay + Bonuses.
Get Hired Today. Work Tomorrow!
1-888-853-8411 (n)
CDL/A DRIVERS - Great Pay!
Relocate for Texas Oilfield work!
Great company! Company paid benefits!
Must have bulk pneumatic trailer
experience.
Call today! 817-926-3535 (n)



If\ o *


0J^


EARN $28.00/HOUR.
Under cover Shoppers needed to judge
retail & dining establishments.
Experience Not Required,
If You Can Shop - You Are Qualified! ,
Apply at: www.AmericanShoooerJobs.com
(n)
FRAC SAND HAULERS with complete
bulk pneumatic rigs only.
Relocate to Texas for Tons of work.
Great company/pay.
Gas cards/Quick Pay available.
817-926-3535 (n)
MAKE $1,000 WEEKLY PAID IN
ADVANCE! Mailing Our Brochures From
Home. 100% Legit Income is guaranteed!
No Selling! Free Postage! Full guidance &
Support. Enroll Today!
www.MailingBrochuresHelp.com (n)
2011 POSTAL POSITIONS $13.00-$36.50-
+/hr., Federal hire/full benefits. Call To-
day! 1-866-477-4953 Ext. 150 (v)
ACTORS/MOVIE EXTRAS -
$150-$300/Day depending on job. No
experience. All looks needed.
1-800-281-5185 -A103 (v)
DRS,LLC- 16 Day Company Sponsored
CDL Training.No Experience Needed,
Guaranteed Employment!
1-800-991-7531
www.CDLTrainingNow.com (v)
EARN $1000'S WEEKLY Receive $12 ev-
ery envelope Stuffed with sales materials.
24-hr. Information 1-800-682-5439 code
14 (v)
FRAC SAND HAULERS with complete
rigs only. Relocate to Texas for Tons of
work. 1-800-397-2639 (v)
LEGITIMATE 6 FIGURE income potential
working from home with your computer in
the video communications field,
1-800-385-9626 (v)
MYSTERY SHOPPERS! EARN up to
$150 daily. Get paid to shop pt/ft. Call
now 800-690-1272. (v)
PHONE AGENTS FROM HOME FOR
CHAT SERVICE Best Pay-Outs! Week-
ends Required/18+Land Line/Good Voice
1-800-403-7772 lipservice.net (v)
PROCESS MAIL! PAY Weekly! FREE
Supplies! Bonuses! Genuine! Helping
Homeworkers since 19921
Call 1-888-302-1522
www.howtowork-fromhome.com (v)
17 DRIVERS NEEDED! Top 5% Pay! Ex-
cellent Benefits New Trucks Ordered!
Need 2 months CDL-A Driving Exp.
(877)258-8782 www.meltontruck.com (x)
A FEW PRO Drivers Needed Top Pay &
401K Great Equipment & Benfefits 2 Mos.
CDL Class A Driving Exp (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com (x)
ACT NOW! NEW Pay Increase! 37-46
cpm. New Trucks in 2011. Need 2 months
CDL-A Driving Exp. (877)258-8782
www.meltontruck.com (x)
CDL-A DRIVERS. Central Florida com-
pany seeks Solo & Team Drivers. Tank
and Dry Van positions offering some
regional. lyr OTR & Good MVR required.
(877)882-6537 or apply
www.oaklevtransoort.com (x)
CYPRESS TRUCK LINES Home Week-
ends! Southeast Regional, Top Pay &
Great Benefits! 6 Months TT exp CDL-
with clean MVR. Call (800)545-1351
www.cvoresstruck.com (x)
DRIVER START A New Career! 100%
Paid CDL Training! No Experience Re-
quired. Recent Grads or Exp Drivers: Sign
On Bonus!CRST EXPEDITED
(800)326-2778 www.JoinCRST.com (x)
DRIVER- GET HOME Every 7-10 Days
with LinkAmerica's SE Regional Lanes!
No hassles of running NE or NYC. CDL-
A, 6 months RECENT experience.
(800)483-5182. www.LKAM.com (x)
DRIVER- GREAT MILES! Great Pay!
$1000 Sign-on for experienced CO's &
$1500 Incentives for 0/0's. Driver
Academy Refresher Course available.
recruit(offex.net. (855)356-7121 (x)

DRIVER- NOT GETTING enough miles?
Join Knight Transportation and increase
your income with our steady freight. New
Trucks! CDL-A, 3 months recent experi-
ence. (800)414-9569.
www.driveknight.com (x)


DRIVER- PAY UP TO 42cpm! 2012 trac-
tors arriving daily! No forced dispatch to
NYC or Canada. CDL-A, 3 months recent
experience required. (800)414-9569.
www.drivekniaht.com (x)
DRIVER- RECESSION PROOF Freight.
Plenty of miles. Need refresher? No out-
of-pocket tuition at FFE. $1000 Bonus for
CO's & $1500 Incentive for 0/0's.
recruit(ffex.net. (855)356-7121 (x)
DRIVERS WANTED-OTR Food Grade
Tanker Drivers Needed Competitive pay,
Benefits, Guaranteed time off Class A
CDL-w/tanker endorsement Prefer 2yrs
experience (800)569-6816
ottervtransoortation.com (x)
DRIVERS WANTED: CLASS A-CDL
O/O's. T/T-53ft dry van. Our drivers say
we are easy to work for.
Call (877)893-9645 (x)
DRIVERS- 100% OWNER OPERATORS.
Paid Weekly. Practical Miles. Unique Fuel
Surcharge Program. Own Truck or Lease
Purchase. CDL-A with Hazmat required.
Call (800)496-4696. www.drivefaf.com (x)

DRIVERS- NO EXPERIENCE- No Prob-
lem. 100% Paid CDL Training. Immediate
Benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers Earn up
to 490 per mile! CRST VAN EXPEDITED
(800)326-2778 www.JoinCRST.com (x)
FRAC SAND HAULERS with complete
bulk pneumatic rigs only. Relocate to
Texas for Tons of work. Great company/-
pay. Gas cards/Quick Pay available.
(800) 491-9029 (x)
JUST GRADUATE? PLAY in Vegas,
Hang in LA, Jet to New York! Hiring 18-24
girls/guys. $400-$800 wkly. Paid ex-
penses. Signing Bonus. Call
(877)259-6983 (x)
NEED CDL DRIVERS A or B with 2 yrs re-
cent commerical experience to transfer
motor homes, straight trucks, tractors,
and buses. www.mamotransoortation.com
(800)501-3783 (x)
$1380 WEEKLY GUARANTEED. Stuff
envelopes at home. FT/PT. No experi-
ence necessary. Deposit required-refund-
able. 1-888-206-2616 (z)
$1500 WEEKLY* NOW ACCEPTING!!!
AT HOME computer work. Start making
money today by simply entering data for
our company, No Experience Needed,
training provided.
www.ExtraCashTvoina.com (z)
AAA+ COMPANY NEED Home Assem-
blers (Crafts, Sewing, Woodworking, Oth-
ers) and Home Mailers. No Selling, Full/-
Part Time. Up to $1,000 Weekly. No
Experience Required.
www.Work-JobAtHome.com (z)
ACTORS/MOVIE EXTRAS NEEDED im-
mediately for upcoming roles $150
$300/day depending on job requirements.
No experience, all looks needed.
1-800-385-2392 A110. For casting times
and locations (z)
ASSEMBLE MAGNETS & CRAFTS from
Home! Year-round Work! Excellent Pay!
No Experience! Top US Company! Glue
Gun, Painting, Jewelry, More! Toll Free
1-860-482-3955 (z)
ATTN: HOME COMPUTER WORK Work
from anywhere 24/7. Up to $1,500 Part-
Time to $7,500/Month Full-Time. Training
provided. www.KTPGIobal.com or Call
1-888-304-2847 (z)
CUSTOMER SERVICE EVALUATOR
Multi Task and Computer Literate Valid ID
Earn $400/week
customershoooerevaluator(live.com (z)
FEDERAL POSTAL JOBS! Earn $12 -
$48 per hour / No Experience Full Bene-
fits / Paid Training 1-866-477-4953, Ext.
57 Now Hiring!! (z)
FRAC SAND HAULERS with complete
bulk pneumatic rigs only. Relocate to
Texas for Tons of work. Great company/-
pay. Gas cards/Quick Pay available.
1-800-491-9029 (z)
MAKE $1,000 WEEKLY* PAID IN AD-
VANCE! Mailing Our Brochures From
Home. 100% Legit Income Is Guaranteed!
No Experience Required. Enroll Today!
www.Work-JobAtHome.com (z)
MOVIE EXTRAS TO Stand in Back-
ground For Film Production. Earn up to
$200/day. Experience Not Required. All
looks needed. Call for Details and Req's.
888/664-5279. (z)
MYSTERY SHOPPERS EARN up to
$150 per day. Under cover Shoppers
needed to judge retail and dining estab-
lishments Exp Not Re.
Call 1-888-601-4861 (z)
NOW HIRING: COMPANIES desperately
need employees to assemble products at
home. No selling, any hours. $500
weekly potential, Info. 1-985-646-1700
Dept. FL-820 (z)
SUNCOAST RV NOW HIRING SALES
PEOPLE- Cocoa, FL. Experience in sell-
ing RV or big ticket items preferred. Great
money & benefits. Fun workplace. Call
Roy or Bill 321-504-6500 (z)



$1500 WEEKLY* NOW ACCEPTING!!!
AT HOME computer work.
Start making money today by simply enter-
ing data for our company,
No Experience Needed, training provided.
www.MvDataEntrvJob.com (n)
LOCAL DATA ENTRY/TYPISTS needed
immediately.
$400 PT - $800 FT weekly.
Flexible schedule, work from own PC.
1-800-501-9408 (n)


One call, one price delivers suburban Tampa
47,000 Circulation /

CLASSIFIED RATES .-

Liner Ads ........... starting at $48 per week

Display Ads .......... starting at $68 per week



FREE 'garage sale' ads
Get 3 lines of text FREE * Additional lines just $4 each
No commercial ads, based on space availability * Free ads WILL NOT be accepted by phone

-~ DEADLINE: FRIDAY, 12 NOON U B.

To place your ad...
fax: 813-909-2802 or email: classifieds@cnewspubs.com
mail:
CommunityNewsPublications
P.O. Box 479 * Lutz, FL 33548


HOME WORKERS NEEDED Now Pro-
cess Our Orders For $5 Per Envelope.
Guaranteed! Start Immediately. For Free
Information Call 800-531-6828 or Click
WWW.HBPINFORMATION.COM (z)
PROCESS MAIL FROM Home! Pay
Weekly! Free Supplies! Bonuses! Gen-
uine Opportunity! Start Immediately! Help-
ing Homeworkers since 19921 Call
1-888-302-1512.
www.howtowork-fromhome.com (z)



INVESTORS -OUTSTANDING and imme-
diate returns in equipment leasing for frac
industry. Immediate lease out.
1-800-397-2338 (z)
MAKE $1,000 WEEKLY PAID IN
ADVANCE! Mailing Our Brochures From
Home. 100% Legit Income. Guaranteed!
No Selling! Free Postage! Full guidance &
Support. Enroll Today!
www.HeloMailina.com (v)
INVESTORS - OUTSTANDING and imme-
diate returns in equipment leasing for frac
industry. Immediate lease out. Tax bene-
fits and high returns. We need more equip-
ment! (800)491-9029 (x)
INVESTORS - OUTSTANDING and im-
mediate returns in equipment leasing for
frac industry. Immediate lease out. Tax
benefits and high returns. We need more
equipment! 1-800-491-9029 (z)




CF Sorl





NC MOUNTAIN PROPERTY Auctions,
Mountain Castle, Acreage, Lots, Homes,
Month of June, Sealed Bid, Online & Live.
Iron Horse Auction, (800)997-2248.
NCAL3936. www.ironhorseauction.com (x)



*FACTORY DIRECT SATELLITE TV!
Why pay retail when you can buy
factory DIRECT pricing!
Lowest monthly service plans available.
New Callers get FREE setup!
Call NOW 1-800-935-8195 (n)
DIRECT SUMMER SPECIAL!
1Year FREE Showtime!
3 mos FREE HBOIStarzlCinemax!
NFL SUNDAY TICKET
Free - Choice UltimatelPremier -
Pkgs from $29.99/mo.
Call by 7/71
800-906-9155 (n)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9T 10A
M E L A N O M A T A0
O R I G I N A T O R


NO T L.
20 H

23E
N E R E


Y
A
24
N


COIMPUTERS/ELECTROICSa
DIRECT TO HOME Satellite TV $24.99-
/mo. FREE installation, FREE HD-DVR
upgrade. New customers - NO ACTIVA-
TION FEE! Credit/Debit Card Req. Call
1-800-795-3579 (v)



*REDUCE YOUR SATELLITE or CABLE
BILL! Confused by all these other ads,
buy DIRECT at FACTORY DIRECT Pric-
ing. Lowest monthly prices guaranteed.
FREE to new callers!
CALL NOW. 1-800-795-1315 (n)
DIRECT LOWEST PRICE! ALL FREE:
HBOICinemaxlStarzlShowtime for 3mo +
FREE NFL Sunday Ticket w/Choice
Ultimate + HD/DVR Upgrade!
From $29.99/mo
Call by 7/71
800-705-0799 (n)
DISH NETWORK DELIVERS
more for less!
Packages starting at $24.99/mo.
Local channels included! FREE HD for life!
Free BLOCKBUSTER movies
for 3 months.
1-888-459-3929 (n)
DISH NETWORK, MORE for less!
Packages starting at $24.99/mo.
Local channels included! FREE HD for life!
Free BLOCKBUSTER movies
for 3 months.
1-888-679-4993 (n)
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite Leftovers, Brand New,
Perfect Condondition,
48"xl00" (7) $115 each; 60"xl 00"
(8) $140 each; 72"x100" (11) $165 each.
Installation Available, Free Delivery.
1-800-473-0619 (n)
MEMORY FOAM THERAPEUTIC
NASA VISCO MATTRESSES
WHOLESALE! T-$299 F-$349 Q-$399
K-$499 ADJUSTABLE - $799
FREE DELIVERY 25 YEAR WARRANTY
90 NIGHT TRIAL 1-800-ATSLEEP
1-800-287-5337
WWW.MATTRESSDR.COM (n)
PERFECT CONDITION, BRAND New,
GIGANTIC MIRRORS
Jobsite Leftovers.
Installation Available, Free Delivery.
48"xl00" (7) $115 each; 60"xl 00"
(8) $140 each; 72"x100" (11) $165 each.
1-800-473-0619 (n)
SAVE UP TO 75% on all your MEDS
Print your free coupon, use today!
www.orescriotiondruacouoons.com (n)
$$OLD GUITARS WANTED$$ Gibson,-
Fender,Martin,Gretsch. 1920's to 1980's.
Top Dollar paid. Toll Free:
1-866-433-8277 (v)
DIRECT LOWEST PRICE! ALL FREE:
HBOICinemaxlStarzlShowtime for 3mo +
FREE NFL Sunday Ticket w/Choice Ulti-
mate + HD/DVR Upgrade! From $29.99-
/mo Call by 7/7/111 1-888-420-9466 (v)


21
25
T H


-4 4 -4 F- - I 4 I


II R IR


I N 30T 131S


EI W


37 38
A N T H R O P O C E N T R I C
39 *40
S N 0 W DROP B E SOT
41 42 43
PA P AL DOSE S


4446
CI EI4P 4F


----
50 51 52 53 54 55 56
T R E K R 0 A M C E L L O
57 58 591
SAR I I N H ALA T I N
A G I T A EM A T E D
R A N GI M 0 T I V E L E S S


813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com


* Lutz News


127 28H


I ��


__ � �__ � � � � �


i


18 July 6,2011


THE LAKER






DISH NETWORK PACKAGES start
$24.99/mo FREE HD for life! FREE
BLOCKBUSTER movies (3 months.)
Calll-800-915-9514 (v)
YOUR WISH IS Your Command! Revolu-
tionary discovery goes beyond "Law of At-
traction." Create wealth, love, happiness!
Limited time offer, $300 value, 14-CD set,
yours FREE! Calll-800-591-0346 NOW (v)
SAWMILLS -BAND/CHAINSAW -
SPRING SALE - Cut lumber any
dimension, anytime. MAKE MONEY and
SAVE MONEY In stock ready to ship.
Starting at $995.00
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/300N
(800)578-1363 Ext.300N (x)




$$ GET PAID $1000 to Lose Weight!
Lose ugly body fat and GET PAID!
Call now for details - hurry limited time.
888-245-6210 (n)
CASH PAID FOR unexpired, sealed
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS- up to $17/Box!
Most brands. Shipping Prepaid. FAST
payment. Ask for Emma 1-888-776-7771
www.cash4diabeticsuoolies.com (n)
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS WANTED:
Cash for unopened, unexpired boxes
of Diabetic Test Strips. All Brands Consid-
ered. Prepaid U.S. Mailing label provided.
Trustworthy buyer. God Bless.
Call Caleb 1-800-869-1795
or 574-286-6181 (n)
LOSE FAT FAST. Lose the fat in places
other weight loss products don't.
First 100 callers receive free sample
call toll free 1-855-343-6804 (n)
LOSE UGLY BODY fat and GET PAID!
$$ Get Paid $1000 to Lose Weight!
Call now for details - hurry limited time.
888-245-6210 (n)
SAVE UP TO 75% on all your MEDS
www. orescriotiondruecouoons.com
Print your free coupon, use today! (n)

TAKE VIAGRA/CIALIS?
SAVE $500.00!
Get 40 100mg/20mg Pills, for only $99!
Call now and Get 4 BONUS Pills FREE!
Your Satisfaction or Money Refunded!
1-888-757-8646 (n)

VIAGRA 100MG AND CIALIS 20mg!!
40 Pills+ 4 FREE for only $99.
#1 Male Enhancement, Discreet Shipping.
Only $2.25/pill. The Blue Pill Now!
1-888-796-8870 (n)


WANT TO SAVE $500.00
on Viagra/Cialis?
Get 40 100mg/20mg Pills, for only $99!
No office visit. Money Back Guarantee.
4 BONUS Pills FREE!
CALL 1-888-757-8646 (n)
WEIGHT LOSS GUARANTEED. Curb
Appetite, burn fat fast with new safe Obe-
strim. First 100 callers receive free sample
call now toll free 1-855-343-6803
www.obestrim.com (n)
CASH PAID FOR unexpired, sealed
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS - up to $17/Box!
Shipping paid. Sara 1-800-371-1136
www.cash4diabeticsuoolies.com (v)



STEEL BUILDINGS: 4 only 25x28,
30x48, 40x52, 45x82. Selling For Balance
Owed! Free Delivery!
1-800-462-7930x122 (v)


DONATE YOUR VEHICLE TODAY
to the Childhood Leukemia Foundation!
Free towing and removal. Fast and easy!
Call 1-877-754-3227 or visit
www. MvCarforDonation.ora (n)

FAST PAYMENT FOR sealed, unexpired
DIABETIC TEST STRIPS-up to $17/Box!
Most brands. Shipping Prepaid.
Call today & ask for Emma
1-888-776-7771
www.cash4diabeticsupplies.com (n)

WANTED: DIABETIC TEST STRIPS
Cash for unopened, unexpired boxes
of Diabetic Test Strips. All Brands Consid-
ered. Prepaid U.S. Mailing label provided.
Trustworthy buyer. God Bless.
Call Caleb 1-800-869-1795
or 574-286-6181 (n)

WANTED DIABETES TEST STRIPS Any
kind/brand. Unexpired up to $18.00. Ship-
ping Paid 1-800-266-0702
www.selldiabeticstrios.com (v)


(*lc8s sorvlus


REACH OVER 28 million homes with
one ad buy! Only $2,795 per week! For
more information, contact this publication
or go to www.naninetwork.com (n)
ADVERTISE IN OVER 100 Papers
throughout Florida for One Low Rate.
Advertising Networks of Florida,
Put us to work for You!
(866)742-1373
www.florida-classifieds.com. (x)




**OLD GUITARS WANTED!**
Fender, Gibson, Martin, Gretsch, Prairie
State, Euphonon, Larson, D'Angelico,
Stromberg, Rickenbacker, and Mosrite.
Gibson Mandolins/Banjos.
1930's thru 1970's
TOP CASH PAID! 1-800-401-0440 (n)
CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks
Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid.
We Come To You! Any Make/Model.
Call For Instant Offer:
1-888-525-8492 (n)


AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high
paying Aviation Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified - Housing
available.
CALLAviation Institute of Maintenance
(888) 686-1704 (n)
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal,
*Accounting, *Criminal Justice.
Job placement assistance.
Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified.
Call 800-510-0784
www.CenturaOnline.com (n)
GETYOUR DEGREE ONLINE *Medical,
*Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Crim-
inal Justice. Job placement assistance.
Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified.
Call 800-510-0784
www.CenturaOnline.com (n)
HANDS ON CAREER -Train for a high
paying Aviation Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified - Job placement
assistance.
Call AIM today (866)854-6156. (n)


AIRLINES ARE HIRING: Train for high
paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial aid if
qualified - Housing available. Call Aviation
Institute of Maintenance. 866-453-6204.
(v)
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from home.
Medical, Business, Paralegal, Accounting,
Criminal Justice. Job placement assis-
tance. Computer available. Financial aid if
qualified. Call 800-494-3586
www.CenturaOnline.com (v)

AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high
paying Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial aid if quali-
fied - Housing available.
CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance
(866)314-3769. (x)

ALLIED HEALTH CAREER training-At-
tend college 100% online. Job placement
assistance. Computer available. Financial
Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call
(800)481-9409 www.CenturaOnline.com
(x)
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal,
*Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job place-
ment assistance. Computer available. Fi-
nancial Aid if qualified. Call
(888)203-3179, www.CenturaOnline.com
(x)
HEAT & AIR JOBS - Ready to work? 3
week accelerated program. Hands on en-
vironment. Nationwide certifications and
Local Job Placement Assistance!
(877) 994-9904 (x)




FIXYOUR CREDIT FAST!
SUMMER Special - ONLY $99
Revolutionary Credit Fix!
Remove Collections, Foreclosures,
Bankruptcies, etc.
Fix your Credit AND Earn Income. Visit
TODAY:
www.NewCreditForYou.com
1-800-506-0790 (n)
INVESTORS - OUTSTANDING and
immediate returns in equipment leasing
for frac industry.
Immediate lease out. Tax benefits and
high returns. We need more equipment!
817-926-3535 (n)
OWE THE IRS or State?
Get Instant Relief today!
Stop Bank Levy's & Wage Garnishments
Call Today - 877-455-6150 (n)


REVOLUTIONARY CREDIT FIX!
JUNE Special - ONLY $99
Fix Your Credit QUICKLY.
Remove Collections, Foreclosures,
Bankruptcies, Charge Offs, Judgments,
etc.
Fix your credit in no time!
www.NewCreditForYou.com
1-800-506-0790 (n)
FREE INVESTOR TRAINING Course.
Learn how to make an extra $100/day.
Limited Space. Call 866-905-7676 to regis-
ter (v)
$$$ ACCESS LAWSUIT CASH NOW!!!
$$$ As seen on TV.$$$ Injury Lawsuit
Dragging? Need $500-$500,000++within
48/hrs? Low rates APPLY NOW BY
PHONE! Call Today! Toll-Free:
(800)568-8321 www.lawcaoital.com (x)
REVERSE MORTGAGES - Draw all eligi-
ble cash out of your home & eliminate
mortgage payments FOREVER! For Se-
niors 62 and older! Government insured.
No credit/ income requirements. Free cat-
alog. 1-888-660-3033 All Island Mortgage.
www.allislandmortaaae.com (z)



STOP BANK LEVY's & Wage
Garnishments
Get Instant Relief today!
Owe the IRS or State?
Call Today - 877-455-6150 (n)
BANKRUPTCY, FORECLOSURE DE
fense, Consumer Rights. Peter Kelegian,
Attorney at Law, Gainesville, Florida. Free
no obligation consultation. Serving coun-
ties throughout North Florida.
(352)672-6444. peterhkelegianlaw.com
#702706 (x)










STARTING AT $65
--o1 -Signature Divorce
--o Missing Spouse Divorce
* WE COME TO YOU *
Covering ALL Areas
1-888-705-7221
(Established 1992)


W *f 813-909-2800 * Fax 813-909-2802

S* www.cnewspubs.com/classifieds

The Laker * Lutz News


CARS/TRUCKS WANTED! TOP
$$$$$ PAID! Running or Not, All Years,
Makes, Models. Free Towing! We're Lo-
cal! 7 Days/Week. Call Toll Free:
1-888-779-6495 (n)
CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks
Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid.
We Come To You! Any Make/Model.
Call For Instant Offer:
1-888-525-8492 (n)
DONATE A CAR To Help Children and
Their Families Suffering From Cancer.
Free Towing. Tax Deductible.
Children's Cancer Fund Of America, Inc.
www.ccfoa.ora 1-800-469-8593 (n)


813-909-2800


DONATE A CAR - Free Next Day Pick-
Up- Help Disabled Kids.
Best Tax Deduction.
Receive 3 Free Vacation Certificates.
Call Special Kids Fund 7 days/week
1-866-448-3865 (n)
DONATE A CAR - HELP CHILDREN
FIGHTING DIABETES.
Fast, Free Towing. Call 7 days/week.
Non-runners OK. Tax Deductible.
Call Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation
1-800-578-0408 (n)
DONATE A CAR - Help Disabled Kids.
Free Next Day Pick-Up -
Receive 3 Free Vacation Certificates.
Tax Deductible.
Call Special Kids Fund 7 days/week
1-866-448-3865 (n)


DONATE YOUR CAR!
Breast Cancer Research foundation!
Most highly rated breast cancer charity in
America!
Tax Deductible/Fast Free Pick Up.
800-771-9551
www.cardonationsforbreastcancer.ora (n)
DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK or SUV
to the Childhood Leukemia Foundation
today. Tax Deductible, FREE towing and
fast, easy process.
Call 1-877-754-3227 or visit
www.MvCarforDonation.or g (n)
DONATE YOUR CAR...TO the Cancer
Fund of America.
Help Those Suffering With Cancer Today.
Free Towing and Tax Deductible.
1-800-835-9372
www.cfoa.ora (n)


DONATE YOUR CAR. FREE TOWING.
"Cars for Kids". Any condition. Tax
deductible outreachcenter.com,
1-800-597-9411 (v)
TOP CASH FOR CARS,
Any Car/Truck, Running or Not. Call for
INSTANT offer: 1-800-454-6951 (v)
WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES
KAWASAKI 1970-1980 Z1-900, KZ900,
KZ 1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-
250, S2-350, S3-400 CASH.
1-800-772-1142,1-310-721-0726
usa(oclassicrunners.com (v)
DONATE YOUR VEHICLE RECEIVE
FREE VACATION VOUCHER UNITED
BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION Free
Mammograms, Breast Cancer Info
www.ubcf.info FREE Towing, Fast, Non-
Runners Accepted, 24/7 (888)468-5964 (x)


BLOWN HEAD GASKET? Any vehicle re-
pair yourself. State of the art 2-Compo-
nent chemical process. Specializing in
Cadillac Northstar Overheating. 100%
guaranteed. Call Now: 1-866-780-9039
www.RXHP.com (z)
CASH FOR CARS: All Cars/Trucks
Wanted. Running or Not! Top Dollar Paid.
We Come To You! Any Make/Model. Call
For Instant Offer: 1-800-871-9638 (z)
DONATE VEHICLE RECEIVE $1000
Grocery Coupon Noah's Arc Support No
Kill Shelters, Research to Advance Veteri-
nary Treatments Free Towing, Tax De-
ductible, Non-Runners Accepted
1-866-912-GIVE (z)

8 I 3-909-2800


R 813-909-2800 * Fax 813-909-2802

eal a le www.cnewspubs.com/classifieds

The Laker * Lutz News




TROPICAL VILLAGE OFFICE or Retail 2-4 BEDROOM Homes LAND LIQUIDATION- STOP RENTING LEASE option to buy DEVELOPER FORCED LIQUIDATION
Space available. 1200 sq ft in front bldg. No Money Down 2oAcres $0/Down, 9/m ONLY Rent to own No money down No credit Smoky Mountain TN. Lake Condos & Lots
US 41 in Lutz. Call Kim 727-822-7212. No Credit Check $12,900. check 1-877-395-0321 (z) Priced @ Foreclosure/Short sale! Up to
Available Now Near Growing El Paso, Texas 100% Financing/5% interest. 2Acre Lake
C a la blerNow )NerN o CE C, exas1Lot w/dock, $19,900 (866)434-8969 ext
Take Over Payments (2nd safest U.S. CITY) 100 L$)
Call Now 1-866-343-4134 (n) Owner Financing, NO CREDIT CHECKS! l J!-l!l -RO I N 100 (x)
AVAILABLE NOW Money Back Guarantee.
ROOMS FOR RENT 2-4 Bedroom Homes 1-800-755-8953 (n) NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAIN Lake- .
Take Over Payments front lots. New gated waterfront commu-
6bd/3ba rooming house, No Money Down IRS PUBLIC AUCTION -MIAMI, FL- nity. Dockable lots with up to 300' of QUIET FMALE WANTED to Share with
19121 Hanna Road in Lutz. No Credit Check 3BR/2BA TOWNHOME, 2120sq.ft., shoreline, Low insurance, Low property sam QUIET FEMALE WANTED tRV $300 mo Share with
North of Sunset) Call Now 1-866-343-4134 (n) Garage, enclosed backyard. 20547 NE tax. Call Now (800)709-5253 (x) utilities/phone. LOL Blvd. 813-996-0921
Si North ofp unset) --6th Ct, 33179. Auction 7/21, 10am. Regis- FRANK IN NC- SUBDIVISION 13rd sold
Singles, Couples or retired, AVAILABLE NOW!!! 2-4 Bedroom tration 9:30am. Sharon Sullivan 30 lots left. Were $25,000 to $115,000
homes Take Over Payments954-423-7743wwweirsauctions$gov (z)00
with steady income. No Money Down/No Credit Check Call 954-423-7743 www.irsauctions.gov (z) Now half price. w/financing. Also in town V A O / V -,,
Convenient to everything. 1-888-269-9192 (v)cottage. 1/1 Lease option buy.
Convenient to everything. 1-888-269-9192 (v) MONTANA, WYOMING, ALASKA, New 828-342-9349 (z) SELL/RENTYOUR TIMESHARE FOR
All Utilities incl. Starting at Mexico Acreage starting at $415/ acre. CASH!!! Our Guaranteed Services will Sel-
$85 a week, 2 weeks ,.. -. Owner financing O.A.C. Great building NC MOUNTAINS HALF PRICED SALE I/Rent Your Unused Timeshare for CASH!
in advance., LD F A sites, Brokers welcome. Guaranteed ac- Foreclosed Lots,2.5acres & up from Over $95 Million Dollars offered in 20101
cess, insured title, warranty deed. $17,000. Limited time offer. High altitude, www.buvatimeshare.com
***FREE FORECLOSURE Listings*** 1-800-682-8088 www.rmtland.com (z) secluded, easily accessible, spectacular Call 888-879-8612 (n)
Call OVER 400,000 properties nationwide. views. Bryson City. CALL OWNER:
Carolyn 813-326-3243 Low down payment. Call now OWNER FINANCE N. FLORIDA LAND 1-800-810-1590 (z) At SIZZLING SUMMER SPECIALS!rna
Car 813-326-3243 800-250-2043.? (v) Beautiful area near springs and rivers. 5 - SOUTH CAROLINA 5.6Acres - Beautiful Florida's Best Beach New Smyrna
Oscar 813-949-5546 10 acre tracts, No Credit Check, Easy SOUTH CAROLINA 5.6Acres - Beautiful Beach
Oscar 13 T10 acre tracts, No Credit Check, Easy Lake Hartwell, boat ramp road, cleared Stay a week or longer
AVAILABLE NOW 2-4 Bedroom Homes. Shirley 800-545-3501 386-466-2254 (z) re homesite w/septic, city water, electric, cir- Plan a beach wedding or family reunion.
Take Over Payments. No Money Down. y cle driveway, creek, spring, hardwoods. www.NSBFLA.com or 1-800-541-9621 (n)
No Credit check! Call Now ACCESS REVERSE MORTGAGE! SMOKIES ABSOLUTE AUCTION Satur- Must Sell9821 REDUCED $58,000. SELL/RENT YOUR TIMESHARE FOR
1-888-270-0372 (z) Florida-based: Application & closing in day, July 2nd 10:30am 300 Acre Creek 321 254-9821 (z) CASH!I Our Guaranteed Services will
your home. Experience: almost 1,000 re- Front Farm, 21 Tracts, Sevier County, TN NORTH CAROLINA - ALMOST 2 Sell/Rent Your Unused Timeshare for
verse mortgages funded. Award-winning McCarter Auction, Inc. 1-877-282-8467 ACRES, nice building tract, wooded, CASH! Over $95 Million Dollars offered in
customer service. BBB A rating. NMLS Auction Lic #335 Bladen County, $12,900. Owner financing 2010! www.sellatimeshare.com
813-909-2800o #4566. (800)806-7126 (x) www.mccarterauction.com (z) 803-473-7125 (z) (800) 882-0296 (v)


CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800


THE LAKER


I July 6, 2011 19
























































Habla Espafiol SALES: Monday-Friday 8:30am-7:00pm
Saturday 8:30am- 5:00pm
352-567-6711 38300 Dick Jarrett Way SERVICE: Monday-Friday 7:00am- 6:00pm
Saturday 7:30am- 2:00pm
Just off us Hwy 98 By-Pass in Dade City Closed Sunday
20 July 6, 2011 THE LAKER 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated May 24, 2011 - Version 3.0.0 - mvs