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Title: Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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Publisher: Community News Publications
Place of Publication: Lutz, FL
Publication Date: 08-17-2011
Copyright Date: 2010
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Zephyrhills
United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
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boxes of such items a month.The postage comes with a hefty price tag $70,000 monthly. Williams'organization uses all monetary donations solely for postage purposes.With the economic climate shifting downward, Williams has had to pick up a larger portion of the bill. The $20,000 will apply toward July's postage bill.Williams said he put this month's tab on his credit card. "People just don't have the money,"he said."Times are tough,but the government could care less." Enter Cook and Florida Medical Clinic's Foundation of Caring.Jane Hughes,president of the foundation,said the group has raised $1 million toward charitable causes.The clinic TheLAKER AUGUST 17,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionExit stage rightNew SR 56 off ramp opens Aug. 16By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDrivers can now use the new exit ramp to SR 56 from I-75 in Wesley Chapel.Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) public information officer John McShaffrey said the ramp is set to open for public use the morning of Aug.16. "The point of the project is to let drivers exit to SR 56 before I-75 and I-275 come together,"McShaffrey said."A lot of cars come together right there and if we can get people to their exit before the merger,that will help reduce the traffic." The project,which started in fall 2009,is adding the new off ramp from I275,while also improving the exit to SR 56 from I-75 and resurfacing the roadway. FDOT statistics from 2010 show that about 110,000 vehicles travel through the section where I-75 and I-275 come together each day.Of those,22,000 use the SR 56 exit. "If we can take half of those and let them exit before the interstates come together,that's a big way to help traffic and reduce the risk of accidents,"McShaffrey said. The new I-275 exit will also help reduce what McShaffrey calls "traffic weaving." "That occurs where northbound mainline I-75 traffic,northbound traffic entering from I-275 and traffic exiting to SR 56 all merge,"McShaffrey said."Right now,there is a short distance where drivers in this area have to change lanes to get into the correct lanes for their intended travel route.The new ramps will eliminate this crossover area by removing traffic exiting to SR 56 from the mix.That will leave just the merge from I-275 onto I-75,with none of this traffic also trying to exit to SR 56 in the same location." McShaffrey added the job was done in preparation for more growth in Wesley Chapel and surrounding communities. "It's been on our radar to do this project for a while now,"McShaffrey said. "The growth has continued and the department is projecting more growth in the coming years." FDOT is widening both interstates by one lane in each direction all the way to the Hernando County line in the north. McShaffrey said the improved SR 56 exit from I-75 will be completed Aug.16 as well.The entire project is set for completion in March 2012,but McShaffrey said it should be done before the end of the year.The entire job comes with a $29.9 million price tag. For more information on FDOT projects,visit www.dot.state.fl.us. The new exit ramp to SR 56 from I-275 in Wesley Chapel is set for completion on Tuesday, Aug. 16. (File photo, www.Photosby3g.com) Changes are afoot as Pasco County schools ring in a new yearBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen Pasco Middle School students return to school next week,they'll be heading back to a campus that has a brand new feel, thanks to a massive makeover. The reconstruction project,funded by Penny for Pasco,has involved renovating existing classrooms,constructing a new main building and courtyard and making large scale improvements,said Kim Anderson, principal of the school at 13925 14th St.in Dade City. The auditorium,which has been closed during construction,has been renovated and is available now for school and community use. Anderson said everywhere she goes 2011-2012 Pasco County Schools CalendarAug.22: School begins Sept.5: No school,Labor Day Sept.21: No school,voluntary staff development day Sept.28: Report cards issued Nov.11: No school,Veteran's Day (possible hurricane makeup day)Nov.23-25: No school,Thanksgiving breakDec.22: End of quarter Dec.23-30: Winter break Jan.2-6: Winter break Jan.9: No school for students, teacher planning day Jan.16: No school,Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Day Jan.17: Report cards Feb.2: Adult Ed Graduation Feb.20: No school,President's Day (possible hurricane makeup day) Feb.28-29: Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) Writing March 1: FCAT Writing March 16: End of quarter March 19: No school for students, teacher planning day March 26: Report cards issued April 2-6: No school,spring break April 16-27: FCAT Reading,math and science May 2: Progress reports May 28: No school,Memorial Day June 1-3: Graduation June 5: Students' last day June 6-7: Teacher planning days June 14: Secondary report cards mailed BACK TO SCHOOL Back to school at Cobb TheatresRyan, 6, and little sister Jayleigh Hutching, 3, of San Antonio, try to follow the instructions in a game of Twister during the third annual Back to School Bash hosted by Cobb Theatres. (Photo byAnthony V. Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com)See SCHOOL page11 By Eugenio TorrensSpecial to The LakerWhat started 26 months ago with three tables in a Florida Medical Clinic lobby and memos asking for donated books resulted in a $20,000 grant to send care packages to U.S.troops overseas. Bill Cook began his used book sale in June 2009 at the suggestion of a young lady who had used books and wondered if they could help. "From there it just boomed,"said Cook,a switchboard operator at the Zephyrhills clinic."We have patients that come once a month,they buy books,bring them back and buy more." After a while,Cook had to ask the clinic's administration for bookshelves to handle the volume of used books. Cook has funneled the money into Support the Troops,a nonprofit organization started by Vietnam veteran Bob Williams. On Aug.10,Williams'organization received a $20,000 grant to pay for mailing about 500 packages of daily necessities and toiletries to U.S.soldiers in Afghanistan. Williams,who served aboard the USS Independence from 1964-1967,said receiving everyday items ranging from underwear to batteries is a huge morale boost for the troops. Support the Troops sends roughly 2,000Clinic book sale nets thousands for troopsSee TROOPS,page11 From left: Jane Hughes, Bill Cook and Bob Williams at donation ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 10 at Florida Medical Center. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens)

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Recycle cardboard, newspaper and other paper products in a container.More than 100 drop off sites county-wide NEW! County unveils capital improvements planBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco Commission has outlined how it plans to spend $915.6 million toward making a better county. The plan of attack was approved by commissioners in the capital improvements proposal for the next five years,which includes hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade the county. In total,the 93-page plan includes 292 projects from 2012-16.Of the $915.6 million that is scheduled to be spent,$312.2 is slated for next year. "We've got a lot of things planned to continue Pasco's growth,"said Commissioner Pat Mulieri. Capital improvements are considered as one-time projects that designed to improve the county for several years.Generally,such jobs include buildings,parks,streets,utilities and land and equipment purchases.They must also cost at least $50,000 in total and have "an anticipated useful life of at least five years." The majority of the projects for 2012 in central and east Pasco will go toward road construction,with smaller amounts for land purchases and public safety equipment.ROAD CONSTRUCTIONThe plan calls for $5.67 million to be spent on six road projects in east and central Pasco,with most of it going to finish the job on Clinton Avenue in Dade City. It is projected to take $5.03 million to complete the last two stages of the project, which is in part widening Clinton between Pasadena and Fort King roads.It is also realigning the curves on Clinton from west of Meigs Lane to east of Pasadena to make the stretch of road safer. The job is fully funded by Penny for Pasco money and includes all right-of-way land acquisition and design costs. Another project to improve the intersection of Curley and Old St.Joe roads in Dade City will cost $7,650,part of the $627,394 to finish e the job.It is scheduled for completion in 2014-15.It is also fully funded by Penny for Pasco. The project is eliminating the curved intersection by reconstructing a T-shaped meeting of the two roads and their turn lanes.The goal is to make driving on the roads safer,according to Pasco chief project manager Robert Shepherd. "It's one of several similar jobs to make intersections safer that we are doing in the coming years,"Shepherd said. The county is also contributing $162,500 for the future widening of SR 54 in Wesley Chapel to the edge of Zephyrhills. The future widening will take SR 54 from two to four lanes from Curley Road to Morris Bridge Road,a stretch of 4.55 miles. So far,$650,000 has been contributed for the project,paid for with a combination of gas taxes,Florida Department of Transportation grants,impact fees and Penny for Pasco money.Shepherd said the widening is still "a ways off"and wouldn't start until the current widening of SR 54 between I-75 and Curley is finished. Also in Wesley Chapel,Pasco will spend $75,293 to add turn lanes on Old Pasco Road,while also extending the turn lanes on Quail Hollow Boulevard.The project is funded by Penny for Pasco money and is meant to make the area safer to drive. Another $1.02 million will be contributed to the project from 2013-14 before it would begin. The remaining money,$396,490,will finish paying for the job to improve the intersections of SR 52 and Prospect/Happy Hills Road.It is currently adding turn lanes and resurfacing the roadway.PUBLIC SAFETYPasco is buying mobile data terminals for emergency service use and 34 rugged laptop computers for fire prevention vehicles.The total for the purchases is $546,515,paid for completely by Penny for Pasco.The terminals will let emergency service units have and update data maps of fire hydrants within the county,including the shortest route while checking water supply.The laptops will replace old units in 11 fire prevention vehicles throughout the county.The old models are described in the plan as "old"and "out of warranty."The plan also states it would cost more to repair the older computers than to buy new ones.LAND PURCHASEPasco will spend $8.3 million in 2012 to buy land for environmental purposes throughout the county. While no specific locations have been chosen,the majority of the land will go to connect various wetlands,such as linking Starkey and Cross Bar nature preserves.Last year,Pasco purchased part of Morsani Ranch north of SR 52 on US 41 to help with such passages,according to county assistant administrator Michele Baker. "This land was identified in our updated regional environmental strategy in 2000 as one of the critical linkages between preserves,"Baker said."The strategy recommends connecting these areas to protect the environment in the county.It is one of seven critical linkages we want to eventually buy and make into preserves." For more information on the capital improvement plan,visit portal.pascocountyfl.net.Building a stronger Pasco Pasco County will continue spending money to widening SR 54 further east toward Zephyrhills during the coming five years. (File photo) Follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/thelakerlutznews

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"Our doors will be open to any school district,any business,any community member who wants to come visit,to see what we've done,to see what we're doing." While the academy is intended for the education of the district's students,it's also meant to play a role in the community,Aguis said. Students will be able to earn culinary industry certifications,potentially saving them substantial amounts of money.Beyond that, though,the academy will also help set students on any number of career paths,Aguis said. The curriculum covers the ins and outs of the restaurant industry,Batchelor said. Students will work in the front of the house and the back of the house. They'll be trained on all sorts of equipment,so they'll be able to feel at home if they're working at Beef O'Brady's,or at Bern's Steak House,Aguis said.They'll learn important skills such as how to manage inventory and how to set up catering events,as well as practical skills such as how to work a hostess station,how to bake pastries and how to work as a line cook.The culinary classes will be infused with academic content,Batchelor said.For example,culinary academy students will take agriscience instead of a general physical science class. Plans call for having a herb garden and to grow a variety of fruit trees,although judging from the fruit trees that have been planted,it may take awhile for the trees to yield fruit. Learning the science behind the foods will help students understand how to marry flavors,when combining ingredients to prepare a dish,Batchelor said. Fifty-one students make up the inaugural crop of freshmen in the four-year academy. They gained admission to the program,via an application process.About 150 other students at the high school are expected to take advantage of the academy's sophisticated cooking and instructional technology.There will be two culinary arts teachers at the program's launch."We're doing a soft opening for this first year,"Batchelor said."We wanted to work all of the kinks out,make sure the academy is exactly how we want it.We then will roll in about 100-125 (freshmen) for the following year.Within four years,this building will be housing 400-500 students." The beauty of this type of program is that students get to apply what they're learning, which helps them gain a deeper appreciation of what they're learning and why they're learning it,Aguis said. While officials are confident the center has the ingredients to prepare students a world of new opportunities,they also note that this is only the beginning. They expect to tweak the program as they go along adding this,subtracting that always with an eye toward improvement, kind of like what old cooks do,to perfect a recipe. By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco County school district is betting that a $6 million investment at its Land O'Lakes High campus ultimately will be the special ingredient that contributes to thousands of students finding their niche in life. When a new school year rings in Aug.22, the district will launch its Academy of Culinary Arts,a four-year program that aims to prepare its graduates to work in nearly any aspect of the food service industry. The district wants academy graduates to be able to ply their skills in all sorts of settings,from neighborhood bistros to high-end restaurants,said Rob Aguis,director of Community,Career and Technical Education for Pasco County Schools. The academy seeks to prepare its graduates to enter the workforce seamlessly,to continue their education or both,he said. District officials want students to be thoroughly schooled in the art and science of food. "We want them to understand heat and gases,and things like that,"Aguis said. When students complete the four-year program,they'll be ready to handle all sorts of industry roles,said Rich Batchelor,an assistant principal at Land O'Lakes High who is overseeing the academy. The 18,000-square-foot center includes three kitchens.It also has a 60-seat theaterstyle classroom with a demonstration station.And,there are video technology feeds throughout the building,enabling students in different parts of the center to watch the same demonstration simultaneously. Other features in the building include a baking oven that is big enough to stand in,a walk-in freezer,a cooler,an ice-sculpting room,areas for shipping and receiving,a secure room for knives and equipment and a dining room that is slated to have restaurantstyle furniture.(The tables and chairs had not yet arrived last week).The center's largest kitchen is designed for beginning students.A smaller,more specialized kitchen is intended for more advanced students.A third kitchen equipped with special temperature controls, as well as marble and wood counters is intended for training bakers and pastry chefs.Having a separate baking kitchen makes a difference,Batchelor said. "You'd be surprised how the smell of a meat can get into a piece of bread because they're cooked in the same kitchen,"he said. The center's design was based on recommendations from industry experts and from research gathered by visiting other culinary arts centers,Aguis said.The idea was to learn from the experience of others regardingAcademy offers students new recipe for success Alberto Penarranda, of J & E Custom Cabinets based in Hudson, cuts out a notch on some trim work as crews finish work on the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land O' Lakes High. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Students completing the four-year program at the Academy of Culinary Arts will be exposed to a wide variety of equipment and should feel at ease working in virtually any kind of kitchen.

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Leesch said nitric oxide is nothing like nitrous oxide,or laughing gas. "They act very differently in the body," Leesch said. The first such procedure done at Pasco Regional was on July 27 by Dr.Chirag Shah. "We put a mask on that delivers the amount of gas that is prescribed by the physician,"said Becky Young,Pasco Regional director of respiratory therapy."It's on for about five minutes." It is done during a right heart catheterization. "Right heart caths aren't done as much as they used to be 10-15 years ago,"Leesch said."That's because we can do a lot of measurements with ultrasounds now,but this is the gold standard.We can go in with a cath into the right side of the heart into the pulmonary vein and it checks the total pressure on the lung side of circulation.Then the nitric oxide is introduced and we see if the pressure comes done. "The way it works is arteries and veins have smooth muscle along them,"Leesch continued."The nitric oxide will let those muscles relax." Leesch said the right side caths are not what most people think of when they talk of cardiac catheterization. "Standard cardiac catheterizations people hear about are on the left side,"Leesch said."That is more coronary issues and heart attacks.With right side it's more about the pressure with the lungs and pulmonary vein." The pulmonary vein and artery are what bring blood to the lung and then back into the heart to be pumped throughout the rest of the body.The nitric oxide treatment does not directly relate to lung function,but many people with pulmonary hypertension have shortness of breath.That is what makes identifying the problem somewhat of a challenge,according to Young. "They haven't been able to pin it down as a lung issue or a pulmonary issue,"Young said."These people have gone through and tested their lungs and they seem to be fine, but they're still very short of breath especially with exercise.This helps us also determine if it is lung function,heart function or a structural issue." If it is a structural issue causing the high blood pressure,such as an overly tight valve, the nitric oxide will not help.Leesch said that helps doctors and patients find the best treatment options without wasting time. If untreated,pulmonary hypertension can lead to heart failure.Leesch said the condition can be genetic. "It also depends the kind of exposures they have that can cause reaction,"Leesch said."It's kind of like asthma where it can be genetic,but there are things in the environment that can lead to people developing it. They may have worked in some construction zone or been exposed to some toxic chemical.We're still trying to identify exactly what causes it,but there doesn't seem to be a group that suffers from it more." Young said nitric oxide as been used for Pasco Regional director of respiratory therapy Becky Young and Pasco Regional cardiac catheterization lab director Tharen Leesch display the machine used to administer nitric oxide. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Pasco Regional expands heart treatmentHEALTH & WELLNESS years in pediatrics and with other diagnostic tests. "It's extremely safe,"Young said."I searched a great deal of the literature to see if there were any safety issues that we might need to address and be prepared for,and I couldn't find anything that said it could be dangerous in any way.As with any therapy and medication there can be rare side effects,and that is why we have a respiratory therapist in the room during the study just to be sure." Leesch said the nitric oxide study is not currently being done at many other area hospitals. "I believe the only other two hospitals in the Tampa Bay area are Tampa General and the VA in Tampa,"Leesch said. Leesch added,"I think it's a bit unusual for a community of this size to have this kind of tool.It's not available in all cath labs, so we're delighted to be able to offer this option to the community." For more information on Pasco Regional, visit www.pascoregionalmc.com or call (352) 521-1100.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER August 17,2011 6 37940 Live Oak Ave Dade City 352.523.0055 www.kafekokopelli.comHOURS: TUES THURS 11AM-9PM FRI SAT 11AM-10PM CLOSED SUNDAY & MONDAY An incredible dining experience in an atmosphere so unique,you'll never forget it. PATIO NOW OPEN Sunset Menu 4-6pm everyday starting at $7.99 Happy Hour 4-7 Daily extensive Wine List 3rd Wednesday of Every Month house wines $3.00 a glass Magician every Tuesday & Saturday 6 9pmDaily & Weekly Specials on Catering & Party Rooms Available JOIN THE CLUB SING ALONGThe Friendship Singers is currently looking for new members,both residents as well as seasonal guests.Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome.There are no auditions and no prior singing experience is necessary.The Friendship Singers is comprised of more than 40 volunteer members who perform for free at nursing homes,assisted living facilities,senior centers,churches and community centers in Pasco and Hillsborough counties.The standard program consists of well-known music mainly from the '30s-'50s. Rehearsals are from 10 a.m.to noon on alternating Saturdays.The next scheduled rehearsals are on Aug.27,Sept.10 and Sept.24 at the Senior Nutrition Center, 6801 Wisteria Loop,Land O'Lakes. Information:Contact Joe Berling at (813) 997-1454 or jberling@tampabay.rr.com or Joyce Ruby at (813) 442-7879.BRITS MEETThe British Commonwealth Society will hold its monthly meeting on Aug.18 at Keystone Park,17928 Gunn Highway., Odessa.Refreshments will be served at the meeting,which begins at 6:30 p.m.Club dues are $25 per year.Contact Wenda (727) 939-0362 or Pearl (813) 401-5711 for more information.EVENTS CATTLE BARONS' BALLThe eighth-annual Cattle Barons'Ball is Saturday,Aug.20 at the Heritage Springs Golf and Country Club,11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity.The event raises money for the American Cancer Society.This year's theme is "Denim & Diamonds."For ticket information,call (800) 940-1969.PINK BRA WINE TASTINGGrandma's Girls are hosting a wine tasting fundraiser to benefit Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.The event is Saturday,Aug.20 from 5-8 p.m.at Florida Estates Winery,2541 SR 52 in Land O'Lakes. Tickets are $15 per person.Information: www.facebook.com/grandmasgirls.FOLK FESTThe first Blessing and a Curse Folk Music Festival is Aug.20 at 8 p.m.at Carrollwood Cultural Center,4537 Lowell Road.Tickets are $10 for members and $12 for non-members; add $2 for day-of-show tickets.Advance tickets are available at www.carrollwoodcenter.org or at (813) 269-1310.CROSSFIRE CONCERTA concert on Saturday,Aug.20 will benefit the Zephyrhills Pregnancy Care Center.The show begins at 7 p.m.at Zephyrhills First Nazarene Church,6151 12th St.The featured band is Crossfire,with Dean Johnson,Phil Sarlo,Lauren Harvey and Brad Williams providing gospel and traditional bluegrass music.SOUL SURFERThe movie Soul Surfer will be shown Saturday, Aug.20 at 6:30 p.m.at Willow Bend Community Church,2541 Henley Road,Lutz. The movie is the true story of a surfer who lost her arm and,against all odds,became a champion surfer again.The screening is free. Information:(813) 909-4748 or www.willowbendcc.org.PETS ADOPT-A-HOUNDGreyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay (GREAT) will hold a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m.on Saturday,Aug.27 at the Port Richey Petco, 9638 US 19 North.For details,call (813) 971-4732 or visit greyhound.org/"www.great-greyhound.org.NA TURE GARDEN SEMINAROrganic gardeners will meet Thursday,Aug. 18 from 6:30-9:30 p.m.at the Pasco Veterinary Medical Clinic,4575 Pet Lane, Lutz.The course (cost:$45) will enlighten attendees on sustainable gardening practices and their implementation in the Florida landscape.The speaker is permaculturist Robert Segundo.RSVP at (813) 973-2929 or pvmc4u@aol.com. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT MAYORAL FUNDRAISERSThe three candidates for honorary mayor of Wesley Chapel announce the following fundraisers for their selected charity campaigns. -John Negley,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel Foundation:Car show,chance drawings and more at Dairy Queen,27329 Wesley Chapel Blvd.,Aug.24,6-8 p.m. -Jan Roberts,Big Brothers,Big Sisters:Charity Bucks,Macy's at The Shops at Wiregrass, purchase a $5 coupon to receive 25 percent off.Event is Aug.27.Contact Elisabeth Butterfield at (813) 833-7449 or merchantsrvcs@aol.com. -Mitze Richeson,OASIS A Pregnancy Care Center:Longest drive and closest to the pin contests at Sim City Golf,The Shops at Wiregrass,Aug.30,6-9 p.m.Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening

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Chris Williamsin her mid 50'sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert READY TO GET HELP? TAKE ACTION NOW, SUMMER IS THE TIME TO GET STARTED! Call 813-909-4939 Many women have realized it's time to stop trying it on their own and get help.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER August 17,2011 7 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Dr. Albert Boholst likes to be the first to incorporate new technologies into his dental practice. His Wesley Chapel practice is one of just a handful in Tampa Bay to offer laser dental treatments, oral appliances for sleep apnea and treatments for severe headaches and migraines caused by TMJ. "I like to treat my patients with the best technology available," said Dr. Boholst. "By nature I am very inquisitive and enjoy learning new things. There are lots of new things in dentistry that I use in my practice as soon as they are proven effective." Dr. Boholst bought his first laser nine years ago and uses it to fill cavities painlessly so that in most cases no anesthetic shots are required. "This laser is especially good for kids, who never like shots, and adults who prefer not to be numb," said Dr. Boholst. Three years later he was one of the first dentists in Tampa Bay to buy a specialized dental laser to treat periodontal (gum) disease without the pain of standard surgery. "My patients appreciate that I can treat their periodontal disease with laser treatments and in most cases do not have to refer them out of the office," said Dr. Boholst. "The more I can do at my office where my patients are comfortable, the better it usually is for them." Dr. Boholst has completed hundreds of laser dental procedures and has taught dentists across the country about the latest in laser technology. He has received certification from the Academy of Laser Dentistry and the Institute for Advanced Laser Dentistry. Sleep apnea is another medical condition that Dr. Boholst treats through dentistry. He began looking into dental solutions for snoring and sleep apnea at the request of his patients and bought specialized equipment to diagnose and treat sleeping problems. This includes an initial sleep screening done in the comfort of a patient's home. Headaches and migraines caused by TMJ disorders are another serious medical condition that Dr. Boholst treats with dentistry. He prescribes a small mouthpiece that hugs the two front teeth to reduce the intensity of jaw clenching during sleep. He says patients have shown better results with this small mouthpiece than they do with larger, whole mouth night guards. "The success rate of this treatment is pretty amazing, with studies showing that patients typically get relief from tension headaches within the first week," said Dr. Boholst. He cites a clinical trial showing that patients using the dental mouthpiece reduced their use of migraine medication by 47%. As a cosmetic and general dentistry practice, Dr. Boholst offers all the traditional dental services a family needs, including cleanings, fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, implants, root canals and teeth whitening. He is a graduate of the University of Florida, both undergraduate and his doctorate in dentistry. Dr. Boholst grew up in Crystal River, where his parents are both medical doctors. He chose to go into dentistry instead of becoming an M.D. because he wanted a career that allowed more time with his family. Dr. Boholst lives in New Tampa with his wife, Candice, and their two young sons, 8-year-old Caden and 10-year-old Cale. He has been practicing dentistry for close to 20 years.Dr.Boholst adds new technology to his dental practiceLaser surgery and treatments for sleep apnea and TMJ New Patients Welcome Most Insurance Plans AcceptedConveniently located by Sam's Club27510 Cashford Circle Wesley ChapelBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comChris Jordan thought he was pretty good at playing "Family Feud,"after all he did rack up five wins and his family walked away with a brand new car. Of course,that was when he was playing the Wii version of the game in his Land O' Lakes home. When the family played on the actual game show,taped at Universal Studios in Orlando,the outcome was a bit different. "We did two shows.We won the first game and lost the other,"Jordan said. "We won $149,"Jordan said.That's a $1 a point. "We missed the grand prize by two questions,"said Jordan,who,of course,would have loved to win big,but enjoyed himself just the same. The game show pits two families against each other in a quest to see which has a better pulse on America's answers to a series of survey questions.Contestants can win up to $100,000 and a new car,too. It's easier to play on Wii than in real life, Jordan said. For one thing,the game gives players more time to answer than they get on the actual game show,he said. There's also a lot more riding on the outome,he said. "You are kind of nervous."What can it be? What can it be?"You don't think about the obvious thing." The Jordans'appearance on "Family Feud"started with an email that Jordan sent in response to an announcement on the show that it was seeking families to audition. The family was selected to audition and then chosen again for the show. "We were nervous at the audition," Jordan said.But the show's staff put them at ease. "It was very informal.It was in a hotel conference room,"he said.At that point,it wasn't about winning or losing,it was more about chemistry.Show personnel was scouting for families that have charisma and are cohesive,said Jordan,team captain. Members of Team Jordan consisted of Chris,an insurance agent who served in the Air Force;his wife,Marisa,a healthcare administrator;his sister,Chrystal,a customer service manager;his mother,Rosetta,a customer service manager;and his sister-in-law, Tosha. When the family auditioned for the show,Chris and Marisa were living in Land O'Lakes,and Marisa was six months pregnant.The rest of the family competing on the team lived in Columbia,S.C. By the time the show was taped,Marisa was nine months'pregnant,Jordan said. Both shows have aired,one as recently as Aug.9,but the shows didn't air consecutively or in order,Jordan said.Because of that, some family members and friends didn't realize the Jordans won a game on the show. Jordan said the people at the "Feud"told him they don't control the television stations'run dates. Besides winning their cash prize,the family also had their travel expenses paid by the show,Jordan said. Perhaps best of all,they got to chat with Steve Harvey,one of the original Kings of Comedy,the "Family Feud's"host. That was cool,Jordan said. By the way,the Jordan Family has a new member,now.William Chancellor Jordan. Who knows,maybe he'll be the next generation in the family to give it a go on the game show.Land O'Lakes family likes to Feud' The Jordan Family of Land O'Lakes competed on "Family Feud." From left: Rosetta Jordan, Tosha Jordan, host Steve Harvey, expectant mom Marisa Jordan, Chrystal Jordan and Chris Jordan.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER August 17,2011 8 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Former Wildcat moves to FinlandWharton High graduate and basketball player Shawn Vanzant signed on July 27 to play professionally with Korihait of Finland's Korisliiga league."Shawn is in great shape physically and will likely play point guard when the season opens in late September," Korihait coach and general manager Tom Westerholm said in a release."I am happy to get Shawn for our team.I really believe he can help us be successful,and I believe I can help him start his professional career."Vanzant helped Wharton go 29-2 in 2007 as a senior,when the Wildcats reached the Class 5A regional finals.He posted a teamhigh 16.4 points per game and 136 assists that year while adding 126 rebounds,104 steals and 33 blocks. Vanzant graduated from Butler University in the spring.He helped the Bulldogs reach four straight NCAA men's tournaments,including finishing as the national runner-up in 2010.He put up 8.1 points and 3.4 rebounds per game this past season.Open registration for i9 SportsThe i9 Sports youth athletic league currently has open registration for all its fall programs throughout Pasco County.There are teams for children ages 3-16 for flag football, soccer,basketball,T-ball and cheerleading.All ability levels are welcome.There are no tryouts and every player will have an opportunity to play.To sign up,visit www.i9sports.com or call (813) 532-1507.Tampa Tribe Lacrosse signupsThe Tampa Tribe Lacrosse program of the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association (WCAA) will have fall signups at the Wesley Chapel District Park,7727 Boyette Road in Wesley Chapel,on Sunday,Aug.21 at 1 p.m.There are SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThree years ago,the Pasco Police Athletic League (PPAL) had 11 teams and the most players participating in the near 40-year-old organization.Now PPAL is just trying to survive with its six remaining teams. League director Tim Couet said he is working to merge PPAL with the Mid Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference to try and save the league. "It would be a shame if there weren't opportunities for our local kids to play football and cheer,"Couet said."PPAL has been around for a long time and we're looking at the best options to keep it around for another 30 years." The first team to leave PPAL in recent years was the New Tampa Wildcats,which opted to join Pop Warner Football after the 2009 season. The Lutz Chiefs joined the Tampa Bay Youth Football League (TBYFL) in 2010 after nearly 30 years with PPAL.Additionally, more than half of the players and adult leaders from the Trinity Mustangs split off to form the South Pasco Steelers,which also joined TBYFL.PPAL has also lost three of its former member clubs to Mid Florida within the last year,including the Dade City Pirates, Wesley Chapel Bulls and West Hernando Cougars.The Pirates were the most recently team to leave.The departure stemmed from the club being moved to Stanley Park in Lacoochee three years ago from its original home at John S.Burks Memorial Park.Couet said PPAL asked the east Pasco County team to move because the Lacoochee site could accommodate more spectators. However,Pirates director Britt Dorsett said the move reduced the number for children who could attend the games. "Last year we could barely field a full team for each game,"Dorsett said."We only had 60 kids total last year.In September,it was everything they could do just to finish the games with such low numbers.And forget being competitive.There just aren't enough kids from that area to form teams with a sufficient amount of players in all the age groups." The remaining PPAL squads include the Land O'Lakes Gators,Zephyrhills Bulldogs, New Port Richey Buccaneers,Crews Lake Cowboys,Hudson Cobras and Trinity Mustangs. Couet chalks up the movement to competition for players during a bad economy. "It's like capitalism,"Couet said."You always have competition to keep players because there are other leagues out there. Families are tightening their belts and there aren't as many kids playing or cheering right now either. "I've always said if parents find something better for their kids,then they should do it,"Couet continued."Options are a good thing.As long as there are options for the kids." Along with that competition,PPAL has also struggled deciding whether or not to have a play-down rule,which allows players who are very small for their age to play in a younger age division to help reduce the risk of injury.Couet said Chiefs and Steelers leftPPAL contemplates mergerteams for girls in middle and high school,as well as U19,U17,U15,U13 and U11 boys squads.New players are welcome.The program currently has players from Lutz,Land O' Lakes,Wesley Chapel,Zephyrhills and New Tampa.For more information and for registration information,visit www.tampatribe.com, email TampaTribe@wclacrosse.org or call (813) 994-6633.Changes in Bulldogs runningZephyrhills boys and girls cross country teams will have new coaches this fall,according to Bulldogs principal Steve Van Gorden. Coach Robin Wilks,who was the boys coach in 2010,will lead the girls program this year. Wilks replaces Carly Braswell,who resigned the post to "pursue additional educational goals," according to Van Gorden.Brian Long will lead the boys cross country team this season. All high school stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. the league in part because they eliminated play downs,which has since been brought back. Couet said if there is a merger with PPAL and Mid Florida,the Pasco league wants to remain as an independent division within the larger league. "(PPAL) wanted to join us but they want to stay intact as a league and oversee their district as a PPAL district of Mid Florida,"said Mid Florida president James Hogan."We just get teams together and organize the league. We don't have any control on how they operate.The individual organizations control themselves and we didn't see a need to add a third party." Couet said the desire to maintain some level of control goes back to the long history of PPAL.Pasco resident John Short helped form the league in 1973 when he teamed up with the New Port Richey Police Department. "There is a lot of history with us in this county,"Couet said."We have parents who grew up playing and cheering in PPAL and now their kids are doing the same thing.We want to make sure we have some control over what our teams do so they are here for the current players'kids to play in." Couet said the league is also making changes to improve PPAL in case it remains independent. "We've changed the entire governing board to people who want to be more involved,"Couet said."That was one of the biggest complaints is we didn't have enough communication with the teams. Before I got here three years ago the thinking was help the teams,but don't run them. We're more hands on now." Couet added the board is also doing stricter background checks so only good people are involved with coaching the kids. For more information on Mid Florida, visit www.midfloridafootball.org.To learn about PPAL,visit www.pascopal.org. Upcoming Under the Lights'Check out The Laker's special high school football section Under the Lights in next week's edition.The four-page pullout will include a feature story on the changes to the area districts,as well as rosters and schedules for local squads. The Zephyrhills Bulldogs mighty mites team gets a water break at halftime during the 2010 PPALjamboree. (File photos) Demetrius Lucius, of the Dade City Pirates, runs to the outside against the Hudson Cobras during last year's jamboree. The squad has since left PPAL. The Wesley Chapel Bulls junior varsity cheerleaders competing at the annual PPALjamboree at Wesley Chapel District Park last year, the program's final season with the Pasco County league.

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Saint Leo University had 73 student-athletes on the 2011 Sunshine State Conference (SSC) honor role. To be eligible for the honor roll,a student-athlete must have a minimum grade point average of 3.2.Participants in men's and women's basketball,men's and women's swimming,men's and women's golf,men's and women's tennis,women's rowing,baseball,softball and men's and women's lacrosse were eligible. Also,the SSC led all 22 Division II conferences for the fourth straight year with a 86 percent academic success rate,meaning student-athletes on pace to graduate within six years of enrollment. Saint Leo student-athletes, with their major, on the list include:CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER August 17,2011 9 Michelle Capps thetzone69@gmail.com 813-503-7359Order Your Team's Fall Shirts Locally 3-5 Day Turn Around No Set-Up Fee No Minimum to Buy The"T"Zone SAVE $5000 Custom Shirts Custom Graphics Transfers Athletic Appeal Special Events Screen Printing Come Experience Life At Westbrooke ManorWe Don't Just Care For You, WeCater ToYou.(813) 782-44176701 Dairy Rd Zephyrhills,FL 33542 westbrookemanoralf.com "A Fun Place To Call Home!" ALL DOGS  ALL BREEDS ANY AGE  ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMINGPet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK WOMEN'S BASKETBALLJoanna Bussa,criminal justice Gekeela Clemmons,criminal justice Chelsea Connelly,psychology Elise Clyburn,marketing Lauren Lee,criminal justice Melissa Schmidt,criminal justice Alyssa Viscomi,sociologyMEN'S BASKETBALLMatt Salay,medical technology Jamal Thompson,sociologyWOMEN'S SWIMMINGElizabeth Carey,sociology Allison Cary,communications Katie David,history Sarah Earls,international business Kristy Marques,undeclared Jessica Pall,English Chloe Pellican,business Mindy Pierce,accountingElyse Snyder,hospitality/tourism management Maggie Walker,sport businessMEN'S SWIMMINGCarlos Araque,business administration Michael Cozzi,middle school education Harrison Klerk,biology Derek Maddigan,accounting/marketing Michael Marino,criminal justice Thomas Rey,communications Antonio Roki,biologyWOMEN'S GOLFSuzanne Ervin,accounting Goeun Lee,criminal justice Heather Petronis,sport business Heather Wengyn,undeclared Tricia Maloney,businessMEN'S GOLFRick Briggs,business management Nick Brothers,education Ronald Carlson,business Tom Lynn,accountingWOMEN'S TENNISJeanette McDonald,criminal justiceMEN'S TENNIS Tim Balz Herrmann,business Pablo Chavez,computer science Jake Fleischer,sport business Tom Gleeson,business Yves Jacobs,computer science Matthew Nicholson-Lewis,sport businessSOFTBALLElysha Agen,biology Marissa Armocida,undeclared JamieLee Basinger,undeclared Ana Castillo,communications Katie Gwinn,biology Kristen Kelly,criminal justice Ali Lamb,criminal justice Danielle Moreda,business administration Brittany Yates,criminal justiceBASEBALLAaron Brandt,business management Ware Hart,international businessMatt Hewitt,international businessCody Johnson,marketing Taylor McGillis,sport business Chris Newcomb,undeclared Anthony Santa,criminal justice Rick Teasley,business Daniel Torres,mathematics Jamie Tutko,sport businessLACROSSEPatrick Berry,business Beau Besancenez,business Ryan Burke,criminal justice Brandon Dech,sport business Jonathan Dech,sport business Kevin Marceau,undeclared Joseph May,criminal justice Jack McGuinness,business Doug Moore,business Matt Obermeyer,marketing Austin Underwood,biology Cory Weindel,accounting Pitcher Aaron Brandt is one of 73 Saint Leo student-athletes to make the Sunshine State Conference honor roll for the 2011 school year. He is a graduate of Pasco High. (File photo)Saint Leo women's basketball player Chelsea Connelly made the conference honor roll in 2011. (Photo courtesy of Saint Leo)73 Lions on conference honor roll SPORTS

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One Stop Resto Shop CF Industries Village Inn St. Petersburg Times W&S Tire Center MidasDoor Prizes for Registered AttendeesSponsors:around the community she runs into people who are excited about her school's new look,and the reopening of the auditorium. Pasco High,at 36850 SR 52,also is putting on the final touches in a total renovation of the campus,said Principal Patrick Reedy.It,too,was paid for with Penny for Pasco funds. The high school also is initiating a new program aimed at helping ninth-graders make the transition into high school.The program is called "Navigating the NinthGrade Nation,"Reedy said,noting it helps students feel at home. "It's a tough year,moving from middle school to high school,"Reedy said. The high school also has added a program that aims to help students who are "kind of on the bubble of being"in honors programs,Reedy said.That program is called Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) and it seeks to help students build self-confidence and to develop skills they need to be successful in honors programs. The school,known for doing a good job of preventing high school dropouts,also will continue to emphasize the need to engage students in activities outside of the classroom Reedy said. When that happens,students tend to be motivated to perform better academically, he said. "We push a connection,"Reedy said, whether it be through athletics,agricultural or other programs. Reedy said he appreciates the extra efforts of his staff. "I have so many people (staff members) who are involved on so many levels,"Reedy said. Pasco Middle and Pasco High are just two of many schools throughout the community where public school students will encounter changes as they return to school in Pasco County Schools on Monday. At Rodney B.Cox Elementary,Principal Yvonne Reins said the school will continue to emphasize the development of its students'writing skills. The school has been successful with its students,which Reins said is a result of professional development for teachers at every level,starting in kindergarten. "We do a lot of analyzing of the students' papers,"Reins said.After analyzing the papers,the teachers have conferences with students and give them feedback on their writing. There's a new leader at the helm of San Antonio Elementary,with Principal Kay Coe assuming that role. The principal said she plans to focus on grade-level collaboration and also will encourage students to take advantage of the school's new walking trail."We're instituting a walking club." Coe said she's pleased to be working at a school,where the community is so welcoming. At West Zephyrhills Elementary,students will be working with new technology,said Principal Emily Keene. The school was retrofitted during the summer,creating a much greater potential for integrating technology with daily instruction,Keene said.Now,teachers have the world at their fingertips,when it comes to tapping into a rich supply of educational materials that can help bring lessons to life. At Chester W.Taylor Elementary,another Zephyrhills school,a "Boo Hoo"breakfast will be on the first day of classes for parents and their children who will be attending their first day of school.SCHOOL,from page 1The idea is to help make that separation a bit easier for them,said Assistant Principal Kathy Kaburis. The principal at Woodland Elementary, another Zephyrhills school,is initiating a new them this year with an emphasis on preparing students for college. "Every one of my students,regardless of what their current situation is now,they can go to college.It is possible,"said Principal Kimberly Poe. Roughly three-quarters of her students qualify for free or reduced-price lunches. She wants to make sure they know that they,too,can go to college. It's never too early to begin exposing children to that possibility,said Poe,who was the first in her family to graduate from college. There's no need to wait until middle or high school to begin talking up college,Poe said."I think it starts now." Zephryhills High,which remains under the direction of Principal Steve Van Gorden, will be initiating a dropout prevention program that provides intense help to a group of about 60 students.At the other end of the spectrum,the school continues to aggressively push its Advanced Placement program,Van Gorden said.Additionally,it will increase its emphasis on helping ninth-graders make the transition into high school,by assigning them to teams.Research has shown that students are more successful in school when they learn in an environment that fosters stronger relationships. The school also is expanding its health academy to include an emergency medical responder component,in addition to its certified nursing assisting program. The idea is to help students get a head start and to increase their earning power throughout their career,he said. "We're really being aggressive in our AP program.We have a 2-3 year plan." The school also plans to expand its weight room. At Wesley Chapel High,still under the direction of Principal Carin Nettles,the business and Diversified Cooperative Training programs were cut because of a lack of student interest in the programs. The school's highly acclaimed television production classes and its automotive classes are popular choices with students, Nettles said. Wiregrass Ranch High is adding an Academy of Medical Professions,which will include the Certified Nursing Assisting Program and the Emergency Medical Responder program. The Pasco-Hernando Community College campus which will be built next to Wiregrass High and the Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,now under construction,are expected to open the door to many new possibilities for students when those facilities are opened.Send your school news to Community Editor B.C.Manion at bcmanion@cnewspubs.com.topped off Cook's $16,000 with $4,000 of its own to total $20,000.Entering its sixth year,the Foundation of Caring has generated $60,000 toward Support the Troops. Hughes,whose father was overseas for six years during World War II,is all too happy to give back."These people are over there,they're keeping us safe and they need,and they need,and they need,"she said."To be able to say we're sending 500 packages with thisTROOPS,from page 1presentation alone is unbelievable. "With Bill,this is so special because an employee has done this,"Hughes said. Cook,who received a folded flag flown in Afghanistan and a certificate at a ceremony presenting the $20,000 check,has no plans to stop the book sale. "It's going to go on forever and ever,"he said."If there's anything else we can do for Bob,all he has to do is ask."To contact Support the Troops,call (800) 367-3591 or visit www.ourtroopsonline.com.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER August 17,2011 11 Amassive makeover has given Pasco Middle School a whole new look.

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Once again Weatherford will be predicting which area high schools will win or lose each week's prep football games. For 11 weeks local businesses will try to outsmart Weatherford and pick the most winning teams.Who will beat Weatherford and win this year's prestigious Friday Night Lights trophy? Only a few business sponsorships remain. Call today to find out how your business can be part of our high profile Friday Night Lights.The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSwww.cnewspubs.com sales@cnewspubs.com813.909.2800 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com Wesley Chapel chamber dinner and awardsThe Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will presents its annual awards on Sept.10 during "An Evening of Elegance"at the Saddlebrook Resort.The event,which attracts business leaders from companies large and small,will be from 7-11 p.m.The evening includes dinner,a Frank Sinatra impersonator,a DJ,a dancing and a silent auction.For ticket information call (813) 994-8534.Golf for Life tournamentLifeChoices Women's Care is hosting its inaugural "Golf for Life"Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday,Oct.22 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club in Wesley Chapel. For $75 per golfer,participants will receive greens fees,range balls,door prizes, contests,goodie bags,dinner and awards. All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary. For more information about participating as a golfer or sponsor,contact GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org or call (813) 948-7734.Fifth Third Bank appoints new executiveJames Weiss recently joined Fifth Third Bank (Tampa Bay) as senior vice president and senior commercial banking executive,reporting directly to the market president. He will manage the commercial division of the bank in Tampa Bay,comprised of the middle market,public funds,health care, commercial real estate and treasury management departments.Seeking great photosGulfside Regional Hospice is holding a photo contest,with winning photographs to be featured in Gulfside's 2012 calendar. The calendar will feature at least 13 photographs.Entries must be submitted by 5 p.m.on Aug.31. To be considered,photographs must have been taken in Pasco County.Photographers may submit as many entries as they wish,but cannot have more than two photographs published in the calendar.The winners will be selected by a volunteer committee composed of hospice staff and volunteers.The winners will be notified by Sept.10. All winners will receive five calendars and a gift certificate for Gulfside Regional Hospice's Thrift Shoppe. Below are photo requirements and submission information for the contest: Digital photos should be submitted in original size (not exceed 6MB per photo) to GRHphotos@gmail.com. CDs of photos can be mailed to Gulfside Regional Hospice's main office (6117 Trouble Creek Road,New Port Richey, FL 34653) to the attention of the Community Relations Department. Be sure to include your name,email address,home address and phone number on all submissions. Minimum resolution is 300 DPI.Black and white,vertical,date-stamped or digitally manipulated images will not be considered. If a person is visible in the picture,a signed photo release is required by the person.Contact the Community Relations Department at Gulfside at (727) 845-5707 for a photo release form.For additional information,call Ashley Mann,director of community relations,at (727) 845-5707 or email info@grhospice.org.Scarecrow materials neededDowntown Dade City Main Street is seeking donations to make its Scarecrow Festival a success.The scarecrows can be made from any size of clothing.Items that are needed include long pants and jeans,long sleeve shirts, and hats. Donations can be dropped off at the Dade City Main Street Office at 14138 Sixth St.,which is at the corner of Sixth Street and Pasco Avenue.For more information,call (352) 567-0284SCORE workshopsSCORE offers a number of workshops to help entrepreneurs to start,expand and succeed in their businesses.For more information about workshops in Pasco County,visit http://pascohernando.score.org or call the SCORE office at (727)-842-4638.

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Habla Espa–ol352-567-671138300 Dick Jarrett WayJust off us Hwy 98 By-Pass in Dade CitySALES: Monday-Friday 8:30am-7:00pm Saturday 8:30am5:00pm SERVICE: Monday-Friday 7:00am6:00pm Saturday 7:30am2:00pm Closed Sunday OVER 150 PRE-OWNED THE BEST OF THE BEST STOP IN & SEE ORShop online 24/7 @ www.JarrettFordDadeCity.com 2011 FORD FIESTA20614A$17,995 2011 FORD MUSTANG PREMIUM 20528A$22,995 2010 FORD FLEX20524B$26,995 2003 FORD EXPLORER SPORT12056A$9,995 2010 MERCURY MARINERP8920$21,995 2009 FORD F-15020676B$18,995 2010 FORD FUSIONP8947$18,995 2008 FORD ESCAPE20539A$15,995 2011 FORD SUPER DUTY F-350 SRW 20470A$46,995 2009 MERCURY MARINERP8910A$15,995 2010 MERCURY GR MARQUIS 8961$17,995 2009 FORD TAURUSA8887A$18,995 2009 FORD F-1508950$31,495 2008 FORD F-15020669A$23,995 2008 FORD ESCAPEP8917$15,995 2007 FORD F-15020421A$16,995 2009 FORD FOCUS 20597A$13,995 2010 MERCURY GR MARQUIS 8952$17,995 2008 LINCOLN MKX8956$28,995 2008 FORD ESCAPE20638A$16,995 2010 LINCOLN MKS8922$25,995 2007 GMC SIERRA 1500 CLASSICP8923A$17,995 2008 LINCOLN MKZA8921$19,995 2010 CHEVY EQUINOX20656A$20,995 2008 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER 8957$22,995 2008 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 12024A$16,995 2010 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY P8948$16,995 2002 CHEVY S-10 A8882C$7,995 2004 GMC SIERRA DENALI 20314A$15,995 2004 JEEP LIBERTY#A8918A$8,995 See dealer for details. All sales prices plus tax, title, tags & $499 dealer fee. SOLD! SOLD! 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER August 17,2011 20