Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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Title: Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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Place of Publication: Lutz, FL
Publication Date: 09-07-2011
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United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
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TheLAKER SEPTEMBER 7,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionTen years later, area residents reflect on 9/11 anniversaryBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comAs the nation pauses to honor the 10th anniversary of the Sept.11 attacks,Rich Diehl will be in New York to honor the memory of his brother. The Land O'Lakes man was selected by lottery to be among about 200 people reading the names of those who died from the attacks on that fateful day. He and his wife,Eileen,will join Rich's brothers and their families as they gather to honor his late brother,Michael,and others who died in the worst attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Here are some recollections from the Diehls and other local residents who had a personal connection to the Sept.11 attacks.Rich and Eileen DiehlRich Diehl was on his way to work when an airliner plowed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m.on Sept. 11,2001. Diehl didn't know what the receptionist was talking about when he walked into his office in St.Petersburg and the receptionist told him his brother was OK. "I learned almost immediately thereafter that a plane had hit the World Trade Center," the Land O'Lakes man recalls. The family thought everything was fine because Rich's mom had talked to Michael and he had told her he was fine. That was before another airliner slammed into the South Tower at 9:03 a.m. Rich saw the second plane hit. "We were actually gathering in a meeting room and watching this all transpire on TV," said Rich,who was working at JSA Healthcare.Honoring the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in ZephyrhillsWhen: 2-9 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11What: An event to remember those who perished on Sept.11,to honor those who have served the nation as veterans and to recognize those who continue to serve the country as first responders,civil servants,law enforcement,clergy,elected officials and others who play an invaluable role in society.The keynote speaker for the event is state Rep.Will Weatherford.The event involves appearances by a number of local civic groups,musical performances,an invocation,a 21-gun salute,the Pledge of Allegiance led by an elementary school student,crafts,games,a free concert,free water while supplies last and much more.Those attending are encouraged to bring a chair or a blanket to sit on,to wear red,white and blue and to bring their friends. For more information contact event organizer M.J.Price at (813) 782-1500 x104 or mjprice@goinpostal.com.9-11 Gratitude RideWhen: Assembling at 8:45 a.m.in the Village Lakes Shopping Center on SR 54,just east of US 41 in Land O' Lakes. What:Motorcycle riders will salute the men and women of the community's local emergency services in a 20-mile run,with stops at three fire-and-rescue stations in Pasco County. The ride commemorates the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and is a way to demonstrate gratitude for the heroes of the community who put their lives on the line for the rest of society.Last year about 300 bikes participated in the Gratitude Ride's inaugural year.This year,organizers are expecting even more.After the ride,there will be a memorial BBQ catered by Hungry Harry's in Land O' Lakes and a ride-in bike show.Event T-shirts will be for sale before and at the event.All proceeds REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11See more 9/11 EVENTS,page2 Eileen (left) and Rich Diehl (Photos by B.C. Manion)Touched by tragedy By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLike most people in the United States, Sylla Hanger was devastated by what happened on Sept.11,2001. For the Lutz resident,it wasn't enough to send some supplies or money.She needed to get out and give back with all her skills to try and help the emergency workers around ground zero.Sylla decided to use her knowledge of massage and aromatherapy to help make working in the devastated area a little easier.She became a licensed massage therapist in 1979 and has been using essential oils for decades."In the early '80s I was making my own perfumes from oils at the health food stores,"Sylla said."I realized that there was more relaxation from the massage with a nice scented oil.I thought I'd invented something,but I found that aromatherapy was being taught in England." Sylla helped form the first aromatherapy organization in the United States,which eventually led to the creation of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).When 9/11 happened it was natural for her to give back using her expertise. "My friend Doug started a massage team called North Carolina Emergency Response Massage Team,or CERMT,"Sylla said."He was taking care of flood victims in Carolina before 9/11.I knew our skills could do some good.It actually came to me while I was doing a massage treatment and I knew we had to aromatize Manhattan.There was all that smoke in the air.I knew we had to get these oils there." Sylla and the team first went in November 2001 and returned during Christmas,Valentine's Day and St.Patrick's Day.The trips were one to two weeks long. Sylla said people sent her $10,000 worth of aromatherapy products for the first trip. Significantly more came for the last three9/11 brings out giving spirit in Lutz womanSee TRAGEDY,page2 See GIVING,page4 COMMUNITY EVENTS www.facebook.com/ thelakerlutznews Follow us on Facebook Get your PUBLIX insert in The Laker /Lutz News Florida's long,hot summer continuesEven after Labor Day, it still sizzles hereBy Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comAfter every drill in practice,Academy at the Lakes football coach John Castelamare lets his students go to "heaven"and immerse themselves in it. "Heaven"is the name for the 12 water fountains where players go for a respite from the grueling heat and demanding practices. Castelamare,who is in his second year coaching the private school's six-man team,tells his kids to do more than drink water.He tells them to wet everything. "Most of the time,you keep drinking water,it's not the greatest thing,"he said. "You wet yourself,wet your head,wet your shoulders.Just don't get my helmets wet." Spending time in,let alone practicing in the unforgiving Florida heat can be dangerous.Castelamare,who has been a coach for 40 years and coached at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009,knows it and adSee SUMMER,page10


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Its about getting you back to your life.Heartland of Zephyrhills not just about getting you b Its about gettin H 2011 HCR Healthcare, LLC Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Bring It From Home Visit www .pascocountyutilities.com or www.pasco.K12.fl.us/conservation for a recycling location of your choice.The Community Paper Recycling Program ear ns r evenue for your local fire station, library, park or school. Recycle cardboard, newspaper and other paper products in a container.More than 100 drop off sites county-wide NEW! As the day wore on,no one could get in touch with Michael.So,the Land O'Lakes couple packed up the car and headed to New York the next day. They didn't know whether Michael was dead or alive,Rich said. "We thought he might still be missing. We drove up there,then thinking that maybe he would be found hopefully found alive,"Rich said. "Our daughter contacted the Red Cross. At one point,they said they had heard of a Michael Diehl,"Eileen said. There was a Michael Diehl in a hospital on Staten Island,but it turned out that it wasn't their Michael. The couple was up in New York for about 10 days. Authorities found Michael's wallet and then some of his remains,said Rich,the oldest of the family's four brothers. There's still pain in his eyes as Rich thinks about his brother,who was married and had two children. "Michael and I were best friends,"said Rich,who frequently talked to his brother. "He was a great family man,"Rich said."He valued his relationship with his mother,his wife and kids and with us." Eileen said Michael once told her,"You're the sister I never had."Arthur "Fitz" Foster"I was working in New York at 55 Water Street,which as the crow flies,is about seven blocks from the World Trade Center,"recalls Arthur "Fitz"Foster. "I was a little late getting to work that morning.As I got out of the subway,everybody started looking up.We just saw debris just floating across.A lot of paper debris. Everyone was wondering,What happened?'" He walked to his office and was at his desk on the 27th floor of the building. "I had a window and looked toward where I saw the debris coming and I saw this big gash in the side of the North Tower. I noticed a lot of other people were at the windows,as well." Foster said he called his wife,who was at work in Long Island and asked if she'd heard about any problems at the World Trade Center.She told him she'd heard an airplane had crashed into one of the towers.Foster said he couldn't figure out how that could have happened on such a clear day.Then,when he looked out his window, he saw the blur of an airplane going by and it struck the South Tower. After the second plane hit,it became clear the country was under attack,Foster said.His office was evacuated. Foster and a colleague later went back to the building to find out whether to return to work. "Then we heard this "whooom"at ground level,we couldn't see anymore the World Trade Center.All we knew was that this big debris field was making its way toward us."We thought it was a bomb.It came down with such a force." He and a colleague put handkerchiefs over their faces and sought refuge beneath an elevated highway. "You could see nothing.So,we decided to keep walking north.Largely to get out of the debris field,and also to find out what was happening."We saw people walking across the Brooklyn Bridge and I said,I'm not walking across the bridge.I don't know how I'm going to get transport (back home) from there or whether the bridge would get blown up.'"You just didn't know what was happening at all,"Foster said."We walked to the South Street Seaport." That was less than a half-mile,and that's where they watched a television report to find out what was happening. "We moved further north and when we reached Chinatown,we were able to get phone signal and I was able to call my wife." When they were in Chinatown,he said, they saw the second tower coming down. "I will never forget something like that.It was like in slow motion,but the whole thing,I guess,came down in maybe 30 seconds.It just pancaked all of the way down." Foster said one of his friends,who worked on the 84th floor of the first tower, was late to work that day sparing his life. Another friend,who occasionally worked in the building to help set up technology for conferences,happened to be there that day,setting up equipment for a conference at Windows on the World. That man,Wade B.Green,was never found.Jim ChalkerJim Chalker was working at a hotel about two miles of the World Trade Center at the time of the attacks. "I had just got done on my coffee break," will go directly to the first responders and their families through the Pasco County Fire Department Benevolent Fund.For more details,go to www.PascoCountyChoppers.com or call Dan Turner (813) 928-2160Tree dedication to honor victims of 9/11When: 4 p.m.on Sunday,Sept.11 at Old Lutz School What: Recently planted trees will be dedicated to honor the memory of the victims of 9/11 and the men and women who have served and who continue to serve in the nation's armed forces. There will be a brief service,a dedication of the trees and flag waving.The event is being presented by the GFWC LutzLand O' Lakes Woman's Club,the Lutz Patriots and Citizens for the Old Lutz School.Hillsborough County Communitywide 9/11 Ceremony of RemembranceWhen: 12:05 p.m.Friday,Sept.9 Where: Joe Chillura Courthouse Square,near the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and Pierce Street Hillsborough County,the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City,MacDill Air Force Base and the Veterans Council will honor the memory of those who perished in the Sept.11 attacks.The event will bring together members of the armed forces,as well as representatives of government,first responders and the public for a special ceremony. The community-wide commemoration will feature the laying of wreaths in memory of those who lost their lives,first responders,the armed forces and survivors.The wreaths will COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued on next page Continued from page 1 TRAGEDY,from page 1 Arthur "Fitz" Foster


$1,900 9/30/11.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER September 7,2011 3 said the 67-year-old,who now lives at Westbrooke Manor and Assisted Memory Support in Zephyrhills.He had heard the news about the first plane striking the North Tower and knew immediately that America was under attack.Right after the airplane hit,there was soot a couple of inches thick on the cars, Chalker said. "I went outside and I saw the second plane,"he said."You could see the second plane aim at the second building.You knew it was deliberate." Chalker said he didn't know what to do, but heard reports that the first responders needed dry clothing. "We got involved with that.We went to Kmart.We basically bought them out,"said Chalker,who still wears the now-faded Tshirt he got from the fire department for his help after the attacks. He recalled seeing people walking around,carrying fliers containing photos and descriptions of loved ones they were trying to find. "It was terrible,"Chalker said.Alyson StaninaAlyson Stanina,who now works at Westbrooke Manor and Assisted Memory Support in Zephyrhills, said she went to New York the summer after the attacks to work at a summer camp for children.The New Ground Day Camp was basically for children who lost a family member or witnessed the horror of the attacks, Stanina said. "There were a lot of kids that saw people jumping,unfortunately." She said psychiatrists and counselors worked with the children. The children drew pictures to express their feelings,Stanina said.While many of the children seemed to be coping well, some of the drawings were heartbreaking, Stanina said.She recalled one drawing,in particular.A child had drawn "a picture of daddy with wings."Melisa RodriguezMelisa Rodriguez was living in New Jersey on the day of the attacks.She shared her recollections in an email to The Laker/Lutz News.Rodriguez said her husband,who was in the New Jersey Army National Guard was deployed to help guard the Holland Tunnel. "At home,I had a feeling of dread,wondering if we would be bombed,if our water would be poisoned,or if a bioterrorism attack would occur,"Rodriguez writes."Our towns were filled with people wondering about their loved ones who worked in Manhattan that they could not reach because cell phone service was so poor,"she recalls.Meanwhile,her father a battalion chief with a fire department in New Jersey returned home early from training exercises in Texas to help secure the area where search and rescue teams were working. "They (rescue teams) mostly recovered the poor souls who were either doing their jobs as business men or women,or doing their jobs as police officers and firefighters," she noted. "Soon after 9/11,we attended a memorial service at Battery Park,in which Christopher and Dana Reeve spoke and Ray Charles sang "America the Beautiful." "Our New Jersey towns started filling with makeshift memorials,as local commuters were discovered dead. "When I walk up a stairwell in an office building,I think of the firefighters who went up many,many stairwells,never to come back down. "I think of the people running from the buildings with soot covering their faces.I think of the monsignor who was killed by a falling body while performing the anointing of the sick to another dying soul. "I think of the NYC skyline that will forever be altered.I think of Lisa Beamer,and her now 10-year-old child that never met his father. "I think of all the heroes and their families. "I think of the troops and their families who are still sacrificing. "And I think of the terrorists that are surely living amongst us,waiting to attack us again."I think of how patriotic our country was soon after 9/11,and how divided we are now."We will never be the same after 9/11. "We should never forget this day and all those we lost." be laid on a 14-foot-long steel beam from the World Trade Center.A design for a permanent memorial to house the beam will also be unveiled at this event.The U.S.Air Force will provide a fly-over and a multi-jurisdictional Honor Guard will surround the beam.Admiral Bill H.McRaven will speak at the event.Musical performances by area school children also are planned.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 4-7:30 p.m.on Saturday,Sept.10 Where: Islamic Community of Tampa, 5901 E.130th Ave.in Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace, has organized an event for families and children,which includes food,activities, including a special "Ribbons for Peace" project to spread the message of hope. Speakers and readers will address the need to move forward in the spirit of hope and peaceful understanding.9/11 Remembrance ReflectionWhen: Noon on Saturday,Sept.10 Where: 10100 Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr.St.N.,St.Petersburg The Florida Blood Services will host a remembrance ceremony,followed by a tour of its St.Petersburg facility.Blood donations will be accepted.Inaugural 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk Held to Benefit Homes for Our TroopsWhen: 7:30 a.m.Sunday,Sept.11 Where: The race begins at Gulf Harbors Club House in New Port Richey,4610 Floramar Terrace,New Port Richey COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued on next page Continued from page 2 Jim Chalker Alyson Stanina Melisa Rodriguez


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Lisinopril-HCTZ combination products are excluded.Ask your Publix pharmacist or log on to publix.com/pharmacy for details. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER September 7,2011 4 trips.During the second trip the group developed the name United Aromatherapy Effort (UAE),an official nonprofit group."We worked at the stations,at the chapel by ground zero,at the landfill on Staten Island and in the temporary morgues,"Sylla said."Mostly we did the chair massage,which is about 15 minutes long.It's mostly head, neck and shoulders and it's very relaxing.It leaves people very refreshed.Then we'd give them some product with them.Often it was sprays,lotions and breathing potions."They would also give the workers cotton swabs with oils on it to put in their respirator. "They loved that because the masks smelled horrible and it was hard to breath," Sylla said."A lot of them told us they wouldn't use them without the oils." Sylla and the team started adopting fire stations during the second trip.In total,UAE adopted 22 stations,which received oils,a diffuser and a vaporizer. "They couldn't get over that we came from out of town to help them,and paid our own way to do it,"Sylla said."It made them feel really good,which made us feel really good.A lot of them had survivor guilt and didn't want to relax after so many of their friends died.We told them to let us help.Let us help you because that's all the thanks we need." Sylla's daughter Nyssa Hanger,who was in high school at the time,went on two of the trips. "I didn't decide to go until my mom came home from her trip in November and said she was going back for Christmas," Nyssa said."I wasn't able to see it until years later,but my mother has instilled in me a deep drive for helping others.Seeing what she gained through helping,I wanted to go as well.I knew that there were many people hurting up there and it was consoling to know I might be able to help." Nyssa,who attended Gaither High her first two and then went to Blake High for its magnet program,was picked as one of the "20 Coolest Teens in America"by YM magazine in November 2002 because of her work after 9/11.Those trips also helped her decide to become a physical therapist. "Though I wasn't doing massage formally,I spent three weeks working side-by-side with other massage therapists and saw the amazing effects of loving touch,"Nyssa said. She then added,"Though Sept 11,2001 will be a day remembered as a national tragedy,I can say that it actually changed my life in a profound and surprisingly positive way." The experience has changed Sylla's life as well,and she still can't help but get emotional while recalling the trips. "I learned you can't care too much,"Sylla said,choked up with the memory."I had a lot of post-traumatic stress when I left because it felt so good to help that I wanted to keep going back.It's the greatest thing I've ever done,and when it was over it was like a hole in my life even though it cost me a fortune to do it. I wanted to do it again and again,and I knew that I could do it." Sylla and UAE also went up the Gulf Coast to help after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.Now the group is focusing on sending aromatherapy products to U.S.soldiers serving overseas in places like Afghanistan.Sylla also goes to the VA hospital in Tampa to give the massage therapy treatments to veterans. "We'll put the supplies where they're needed,"Sylla said."The best thing is if anyone has money to help with shipping.We have product,but not the money to ship it." Register at www.911-5k.com by Sept.9 for $20 or register on race day for $25. This event is being sponsored by a national nonprofit organization to raise money to honor the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks and to help men and women who need specially adapted homes because of combat injuries since 9/11.Sept.11 Memorial EventWhen: 4 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Sims Park,at the intersection of Grand Boulevard and Circle Drive,in New Port Richey.A memorial service to honor the victims of the Sept.11 attacks meant to bring the people of Pasco County together to reflect on our nation's loss and remember the victims and their families.The event will feature prayer by local clergy,patriotic music by the Richey Concert Band and choral groups from local schools and a keynote address from retired Sgt.Major Steve Wilson.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 5:30-7:30 p.m.Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Straz Center for the Performing Arts,1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place,Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace,is presenting a tri-county ceremony featuring poetry readings,dramatic presentations and music,with an outdoor closing candle-lighting ceremony. Each participant is invited to bring a candle for the closing ceremony and a three-foot piece of ribbon to help weave the "Tapestry for Peace" as part of the event. COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued from page 3 GIVING,from page 1 To help UAE,visit unitedaromatherapy.org.From there people can find phone numbers and addresses if they want to donate money,supplies or their time and expertise in aromatherapy.People can also email unitedaromatherapy@gmail.com. Sylla Hanger displays one of two boards she has full of photos and patches from the 22 fire stations United Aromatherapy Effort adopted after 9/11. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


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WELCOME SOCIALThe Woman's Club of Zephyrhills will be having a welcome social on Friday, September 9 from 1-3 p.m.at the Clubhouse, 38549 Fifth Avenue in Zephyrhills.Any woman who is interested in enjoying fellowship through community service and social activities is invited to attend.Lunch will be served.No experience is necessary just a willingness to make new friends while helping the community.Contact Linda at (813) 377-9816 or Janet at (813) 907-1716 for more information.SHERIFF NOCCO SPEAKSSheriff Chris Nocco will be speaking to the Rotary Club of Land O'Lakes on Monday, Sept.12 at noon.Central Pasco residents are encouraged to attend an dlisten to Sheriff Nocco discuss his vision of the future and Pasco County.The lunch presentation will be held at noon at Hungry Harry's Lakehouse at 3116 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For more information,contact Randy Gailit at (813) 918-3027 or at randy@gailit.com.BOWLING FOR BIRDS Preferred Referrals Networking Inc.,a nonprofit organization,is sponsoring Bowling for Birds on Sunday,Sept.25 from 2-5 p.m.at Royal Lanes Bowling Alley in Lutz.The event is a fundraiser for The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary,which was established as a solution for pet birds that are unadoptable,abused or were released by owners.The goal of the group is to build large flight aviaries where birds can interact with their own kind,fly and just be a bird.The group is looking for interested bowlers and businesses for lane sponsorships.The cost per bowler is $20, which includes three games,shoes and a $10 food and beverage voucher per team.All profits will go to The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary.Event chairwoman Les Saland said the goal is to raise $1,000 at the event.To sign up or for more information,call Saland at (813) 995-0292.For more information on the sanctuary,visit www.flabirdsanctuary.com.BENEDICTINE SISTERS GOLF EVENTThe 2011 golf tournament to support the Benedictine Sisters of Florida will be on Friday,Sept.30 starting at 1 p.m.at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel.A lunch will precede the event at 11:30 a.m., with awards following at 5:30 p.m.The day also includes putting contests and other prizes.Sponsorships are available.The event benefits the Benedictine Sisters of the Holy Name Monastery in Saint Leo.For information and registration,call Faith Pridmore at (352) 588-8320.CLAY SHOOTINGThe Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is holding its second annual Clay Shooting Event on Saturday,Sept.10.The cost is $90 to register and includes lunch;separate lunch tickets are available for $10. Registration is at 8 a.m.and the event starts at 9 a.m.Awards will be presented at lunch for the first place team,second place team, highest lady shooter,highest male shooter and the worst team.The contest will take place at 10514 Ehren Cutoff,Land O'Lakes. Tickets are available at the chamber office at 2810 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For more information,call the chamber at (813) 9092722.LOOK GOOD FEEL BETTERThe Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will hold its Look Good Feel Better Support Group on Wednesday,Sept.14 at 3:30 p.m.The group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 3:30-5:30 p.m.The meetings take place at the Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope's Spring Hill Center located at 10441 Quality Drive,Suite 203,in the Medical Arts Building next to Spring Hill Hospital.For more information,call Peggy Beckett,support group facilitator,at (352) 688-7744.UNITED WAY KICKOFFThe United Way of Pasco County kicks off the 2011 Campaign at a breakfast event on Thursday,Sept.8 from 8-9:30 a.m.at the F.O.P.Pasco County Sheriff's Lodge located at 21705 YMCA Camp Road in Land O'Lakes.Breakfast will be available from 8 to 8:30 a.m.,after which the meeting will begin.Tickets to attend will be $10 and reservations are requested by emailing kwright@unitedwaypasco.org.REALTORS' WORLD RECORDThe East Pasco Association of Realtors is participating with realtors across Florida to set the record for largest business lesson with multiple venues.The topic is on Realtor Safety and Security and is kicking off Realtor Safety Month.The community is invited to participate because the course provides the education,tools and resources necessary to create safe workplace environments while instilling awareness and empowerment in individuals.The event is free to attend and will be held at Alice Hall in Zephyr Park in Zephyrhillson Friday, Sept.9 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.LARRY CROSBY GOLF TOURNEYThe second annual Larry Crosby Memorial Golf Tournament is on Saturday,Sept.10.The four-person scramble tees off at 1 p.m.,with registration starting at noon.The tournament takes place at the Silverado Golf and Country Club at 36841 Clubhouse Drive inZephyrhills.The cost is $50 per person. Proceeds will benefit the Larry Crosby Fund which provides financial assistance to families of children and youth who cannot afford the costs associated with attending church camps,going on mission trips,and attending retreats.For more information or to register,please contact Jerry Tadlock at (813) 782-5645 or youth.fumc@verizon.net.GREEN AFTER DARKThe Odessa Organic Market will feature "green"vendors,live music and more at its Green After Dark event on Saturday,Sept.17 from 5-9 p.m.A portion of the proceeds will go to "Lifting up Kai,"to support a local child facing leukemia.The market is located at 8701 Gunn Highway.For more information,call John Ciani at (813) 9448654 or email odessaorganic@gmail.com. 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The Pasco District 1 Republican primary just got a little more crowded as 26-year-old Rachel O'Connor has officially declared for the spot,according to county supervisor of elections records. O'Connor,of Wesley Chapel,attended Zephyrhills High and just completed her master's degree in international affairs from the University of South Florida.Her competition includes incumbent Ted Schrader,who is seeking his fourth term on the commission,and citrus grower and developer Ron Oakley.O'Connor said in a release she will focus on brining more businesses and jobs to Pasco, while also reducing government waste.She has been on the Pasco Republican Executive Committee the last six years. During the 2010 election cycle she was a field coordinator for five counties,including Pasco,for the GOP. The primary election is set for Aug.14, 2012.The general election is Nov.6,2012. For more information on Pasco elections, visit www.pascovotes.com. 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should be.There can be added pressure when kids are competing for playing time. "If he's your star athlete,he's your star athlete but he needs to take a break too," Cole said. As more knowledge about the dangers of heat exertion sprouts up,there is more of a willingness to nip the problem in the bud. Michael Bergeron,director for the National Institute for Athletic Health and Performance at Sanford in South Dakota, said the risk of heat-related illnesses depends on the preparation of those out in the sun.Acclimating to the heat is a huge factor.He pointed out how a majority of heat-stroke deaths in sports occur early in the practice season. "Clearly,they're doing too much too soon,"Bergeron said."There's a lot of professionalization of youth sports these days. These kids are not professionals.There's no reason to work them that hard and push them like they're going to be professionals. "It doesn't mean you can't work hard, but you're not training Navy SEALs." This means not to have kids who spend a lot of time indoors over the summer go out the first day and play like they're in midseason form. Another vital factor is the humidity. Florida heat isn't necessarily the same as Arizona heat for example. The high levels of humidity in Florida prevent efficient methods for the body to cool itself,including sweating.More humidity means there is more resistance to evaporation.So rather than sweat evaporating and cooling you,it just gathers. The worst condition a familiar scene for Floridians is a hot,sunny,still day with no breeze and high humidity. The Florida Office of Vital Statistics reported 24 deaths in the state during 2009 from exposure to excessive natural heat. According to natural hazard statistics from the National Weather Service,the United States averaged 115 heat-related deaths between 2001-2010. Things to watch for suggesting the heat is getting to someone is profuse sweating, muscle cramps,nausea and overall lowered physical performance.These are signs the person needs to stop,be taken to a shaded area and hydrated.More severe signs are lack of sweating and flush-red skin. "That's when it gets scary,"Cole said. "Their core temperature could be going up to 105 (degrees) or higher and if you don't get them cooled down,things that could start to happen are nerve damage and brain problems,organ failure." This doesn't mean kids aren't safe outside. "There is a lot of latitude that we give in essentially saying that healthy kids and adolescents can be safe,as long as the modifiable factors are modified,"Bergeron said."You don't want to push somebody to do something they're not ready for." More information on heat-related illnesses and symptoms can be found at www.healthradio.net,www.cdc.gov,or www.sanfordresearch.org. vises his players accordingly.He had a nutritionist speak to the team who stressed the importance of being well-fed not just hydrated. Staying hydrated and well nourished,in addition to staying well rested,are a few of the steps people can take to protect themselves from Florida's infamous heat and humidy.Although the calendar has flipped to September and fall weather has started to take hold of northern states,it is just another summer month to Florida.The thermometer may creep down a couple of degrees during the day,but it's hardly autumnal weather.With schools back in session,this is the time when children can still work up a dripping sweat outside for fall sports or in physical education (PE) class. What makes children and adolescents that much more susceptible to the heat is the fact they may not be aware of the damage that can be done or of the symptoms that the heat is taking its toll. As effective as the buddy system is having athletes or kids and their peers pipe up if they notice something wrong a large burden of responsibility lies with the adults who are in supervisory roles. And at schools,that means teachers and coaches play the role. Sean Brock,supervisor of physical education for Pasco County schools,said general guidelines are sent at the beginning of each school year to every teacher who deals with outdoor activities.The guidelines include being aware of the heat,symptoms of heat illness and first-aid type procedures.Most of it,Brock said,is a common sense approach:frequent water breaks,limiting outdoor exposure during the hottest part of the day and taking advantage of covered shelters.As a former PE teacher and football coach,Steve Vanoer knows the perils of overdoing it in hot environments. Now the supervisor of PE and health of the Hillsborough County schools,Vanoer said teachers are urged to modify lesson plans if the heat seems overbearing. "If you're doing a track and field unit and it's 98 degrees and the humidity is high, then what you want to do is change that lesson plan or modify it so that students aren't engaging in an activity that is already strenuous and compounded by warm weather." 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Pasco needs an athletic directorJim Ward recently resigned as the athletic director of Pasco High School,citing a need to spend more time on his personal life. Ward officially stepped down on Aug.24,but will continue as the wide receivers coach on the Pirates football team and as an instructor at the Dade City school.Pasco has advertised the opening on the school district's website.CPUSA seeks new soccer playersCPUSA,a competitive soccer program based in Land O' Lakes,is looking for players to fill out its boys and girls squads.Spots are open on the U14,U12 and U11 boys teams,as well as the U17 and U14 girls squads.The next season begins in October.Those interested should call coach Ed Costa at (813) 927-6824 or email him at eddy_costa@hotmail.com.Josh Reilly makes Bulls' squadJosh Reilly,a 2011 graduate of Wiregrass Ranch High,made the University of South Florida (USF) men's cross country team,according to his high school coach Chris Loth. 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Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER September 7,2011 13 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity 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 SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comKeegan Tanner sat on the field during the team's post-game meeting,leaned back and let out a sigh of relief. The Wesley Chapel quarterback helped lead his team to a 20-6 home win against cross-town rival Wiregrass Ranch on Sept.2 in the season opener.Tanner played quarterback as a freshman and sophomore before moving to cornerback last year. Tanner,a senior,went 8-of-15 passing for 138 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 85 more. "This is a big step for our program," Tanner said."I've been working so hard this summer and our whole team has been working so hard that I'm just looking at that,putting all my stuff that I've been doing in the summer into this,knowing this is my last time playing this team.It's probably the biggest game of the season."In a game riddled with more than 200 penalty yards between the two squads, Wesley Chapel (1-0) maintained its perfect all-time 5-0 record against Wiregrass Ranch (0-1)."It's a backyard brawl is basically what it is," said Wesley Chapel coach Ben Alford."The thing is,with this type of game,your guys can get a little overhyped.That's what happened in the first half they got a little overhyped." The Wildcats started the game with a botched onside kick.Wiregrass Ranch was unable to capitalize on the field position and the Bulls' first series ended in an interception thrown by quarterback Jake Day, the first of three for the junior including two in the redzone in the second half. Day rebounded in the Bulls'second series.He scrambled to his left on third-and-seven in Wildcats territory and connected with Angel Qui–ones for a 31yard touchdown. Wesley Chapel responded,aided by two defensive penalties on the Bulls,with a drive that started on its own 28-yard line.The drive concluded with a 35-yard touchdown pass from Tanner to receiver Deyon Cox on fourth down.Tanner found Cox for another score in the second quarter,also on a fourthdown play."If we think we can get it,we're going to go for it every time,"said Alford of taking risks.The Wildcats scored again on their first series of the second half.The Bulls defense forced Wesley Chapel into a fourth down on its own 39-yard line,but Tanner broke off a demoralizing 43-yard run. Tanner capped the drive with his third touchdown pass,this time to Sasha Mentor from 10 yards out."I didn't think I was going to like it that much,"Tanner said with a smile about playing quarterback again. It seemed like the Bulls might be able to strike back when they got the ball on the Wesley Chapel 40-yard line with one minute left in the third quarter.An offensive penalty pushed Wiregrass Ranch back into its own territory,but Day showed his own moves when he had a 15-yard scamper on third down. The Bulls drove to the 23-yard line,but Wesley Chapel's Chris Matter intercepted Day on fourth down.Thomas Fee had another pick in the fourth. "It just felt like we made some mistakes," said Wiregrass Ranch coach Jeremy Shobe. "We had thirdand fourth-and-long several times."That's probably a lot of difference in this game.They made one or two more plays than what we made." On Saturday,coach Shobe said Day and running back Jamie Barone would be out with concussions for the Bulls'week-two matchup against Sunlake.That game is at Wiregrass Ranch on Friday,Sept.9 at 7:30 p.m. Wesley Chapel will host St.Petersburg Catholic on Friday,Sept.9 at 7:30 p.m.Tanner leads Wildcats to 20-6 victory against the Bulls Wiregrass Ranch graduate Josh Reilly made the cross country team at USF. (File photo) 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Chamberlain 0-1 (0-0) Freedom 0-1 (0-0) Gaither 0-1 (0-0) Steinbrenner 0-1 (0-0) Tampa Bay Tech 0-1 (0-0) Wiregrass Ranch 0-1 (0-0) Class 6A-District 6 Hernando 1-0 (0-0) Land O' Lakes 1-0 (0-0) Mitchell 1-0 (0-0) Nature Coast 1-0 (0-0) River Ridge 1-0 (0-0) Springstead 1-0 (0-0) Sunlake 1-0 (0-0) Central 0-1 (0-0) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 1-0 (0-0) Wesley Chapel 1-0 (0-0) Anclote 0-1 (0-0) Fivay 0-1 (0-0) Gulf 0-1 (0-0) Hudson 0-1 (0-0) Ridgewood 0-1 (0-0) Zephyrhills 0-1 (0-0) Wesley Chapel quarterback Keegan Tanner stiff arms Wiregrass Ranch linebacker Joe Irizarry. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Deyon Cox had two touchdowns and 66 yards in the Wildcats 20-6 victory against Wiregrass Ranch. Wesley Chapel linebacker Luke Fisher puts a big hit on Bulls running back Jamie Barone on Sept. 2. Barone suffered a concussion during the contest. 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"When times get better and we have the opportunity,we would like to go to another sport,"Nocco said."Maybe it's basketball, maybe it's baseball and softball,but we want to expand this opportunity for our kids." Talk of a merger started in the spring. Right around that time,the Wesley Chapel Bulls and West Hernando Cougars,which had been part of PPAL,joined the Mid Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference.In addition,several adult leaders from the Dade City Pirates split off to form a program with the same name that now plays in Mid Florida. Despite the small setback,league executive director Tim Couet is confident about the future of the Pirates. "That program has a lot of community support and backing from businesses in the area,"Couet said."That's an area that can really use a league like PPAL and we're excited about offering it to those kids." Couet said the league has received approval from the county to build a secondary football field at the Pirates home at Stanley Park. Merger talks involved making sure the league would continue in some form while also giving kids the chance to play in regional and state championships within Mid Florida. "The overwhelming desire of the parents to keep the league local killed those talks," Couet said."The parents,coaches and league directors wanted to keep things local." That idea of keeping teams local has been a major emphasis for PPAL for years.When Lutz Chiefs moved from PPAL to the Tampa Bay Youth Football League (TBYFL) in 2010,it dropped the number of PPAL teams to nine.Couet said the league looked at adding a team from Clearwater to give them an even 10 clubs,but decided against it because of the distance.Travel would have been even greater with Mid Florida."It goes back to community,"Nocco said. "The fact that our parents would have to travel 30 miles,50 miles,maybe even twohour trips outside of Pasco County.People want to stay within the county." Couet said PPAL also wanted to maintain its very strict background checks,something Mid Florida could not provide. "We probably have one of the highest standards for background checks for coaches and for anyone who participates in the league adult-wise because we want our children to be safe,"Nocco said."So there were some other leagues that we explored,but they did not have the higher standards that we do." As the sheriff,Nocco sees a connection with sports and keeping kids away from trouble."From our standpoint there's no better way to do crime prevention than to get these kids early and give them a skill,learn about teamwork, learn about competition and learn just how to succeed in life,"Nocco said.Nocco also has a special connection to football.He was an offensive lineman in high school and played left tackle for the University of Delaware.While at the Division I program,he was one of the biggest members of the Blue Hens at 6-foot-4, 270 pounds. Nocco,who was an academic All-American in college,said he learned about hard work and coming together as a team while at Delaware.Couet said it is "huge"for PPAL to have a sheriff with experience in football. Nocco has fond memories playing football at Delaware that is except for one game in 1997 against Marshall University.He said he gave up at least three sacks in the contest while a redshirt junior. "And it may have been more,"Nocco said with a laugh."The Marshall game was really bad." The competition on the Marshall squad was tough,including long-time NFL players Randy Moss and Chad Pennington. "That team was loaded,"Nocco said. Nocco attended PPAL's annual preseason jamboree and plans to make it out to several more games this year to offer more support to the clubs. PPAL now has seven teams,which include the Land O'Lakes Gators,Zephyrhills Bulldogs,New Port Richey Buccaneers, Crews Lake Cowboys,Hudson Cobras, Trinity Mustangs and the Pirates.Couet said the group has about 1,200 football players and cheerleaders ages 5-14.Couet said the sheriff's office contributes about $5,000 a year to the league. The PPAL Super Bowl will be in Hudson on Nov.19.For more information on the league,visit www.pascopal.org.PPAL remains intact Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco, who played football at the University of Delaware, said PPALis no longer exploring any merger possibilities. (Photo courtesy of Nocco) SPORTS


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"My honest feeling is what I see in the impressionistic style is as good as anybody in the 20th century and in the early part of the 21st,and he's still painting today,"Marcus said."I think as other people see it,it will move from our gallery to others." The last showing of Lanus'work was in 1977 at the Bacardi Gallery in Miami.Before that,he had three exhibits at galleries in Manhattan,between 1960 and 1970. Marcus said HiBrow is fortunate to be putting on the exhibit. "I think it's significant for this area.I think it's significant for the Bay area.I think it's significant,perhaps for the nation and perhaps in the art world. "The man has traveled.He is a gentleman.He is an artist of the top flight,"Marcus said. Lanus,83,continues to create art in a studio area within his home and isn't one to boast about his work.With the exception of Dali,Lanus said he never met an artist who proclaimed himself to be great. Lanus said he uses his art to evoke a mood. For instance,in the painting he calls "Rescue at Land's End,"he shows a dramatic rescue effort amidst crashing waves.There's a sense of wind and fury. The scene was much different than the day he visited Land's End,which is in England. "It was a beautiful,sunny day and I did a sketch with Land's End,with the lighthouse to the left.Somehow,I decided to make it into a storm.So,everything underneath all those waves is there as it would be. Physically,it's all there,but it's all covered up with the storm,"Lanus said. He has painted scenes from around the world,in some cases,painting landscapes in others,capturing action. His interest in art dates back to his childhood days in Argentina. "From school days,I was always sketching,"he said. But his father,who was in charge of the Bank of London in Buenos Aires at the time, wasn't keen on the prospect of his son pursuing a career in art. So,Lanus found other ways to earn a living and continued honing his skills as an artist. He initially came to the United States for a visit when he was 19 and then came back two years later because of political strife in Argentina. He wound up living in Erie,Pa.,where he took art classes from a professor named Joe Plavcaf.Lanus was impressed by the teacher's ability to inspire good work from his students. "He was teaching boys who came back from the war (World War II).You'd see a beautiful girl who would be modeling.Some of these soldiers would just make a square or a round thing with dots. "But a year later,they were painting beautifully.They were doing wonderful work. "I was very enthused.I went there every day.That's where I really started my great interest in painting." He moved back to New York,where he struck up a friendship with Ernesto Fairhurst,an equestrian and portrait painter. "The funny thing,his dad and my dad were heads of the Bank of London in Argentina,"Lanus said,but he didn't meet Fairhurst until both of the artists were living in New York. Fairhurst moved to London and Lanus decided to follow. Lanus eventually returned to New York, where he lived on East 82nd Street for about 30 years. While there,he got involved in the art scene.Lanus said his style is inspired by the work of J.W.Turner,who created impressionistic works during the latter part of his career."I consider him the father of impressionism.He died 200 years ago,"Lanus said. Because Lanus didn't rely on his art for his income,he said he didn't have to "give away"his works.He did manage to sell a number of pieces over the years,though. He became acquainted with Dali through Mafalda Davis,a woman Lanus was involved with for a number of years. "Every weekend,we'd go to see Salvador, at the hotel.Salvador was living at the St. Regis Hotel,"Lanus said. The trio would have lunch and chat, Lanus said.Dali,a surrealist who gained worldwide acclaim,was infamous for his eccentric behavior. He lived up to that billing,Lanus said."He was something,I tell you.He was crazy." Lanus recalled an occasion when Dali hired a double-decker bus and took about 20 of his friends for a ride in Manhattan. "He had the bus stop.We stopped at 57th and Park Avenue. "He had buckets and buckets of champagne.He stopped all of the traffic,"Lanus said. "The police didn't do anything.He got away with it,"Lanus said. Marcus said the gallery is an excellent venue to show off Lanus'works. It is an especially good setting,Marcus said,because it is outfitted with "full-spectrum and daylight temperature lighting,so the color rendering is superb."Artist Alfred Lanus shares his impressions of life The work of Alfred LanusThe Dade City Center for the Arts'HiBrow Gallery celebrates the beginning of its third year with an exhibit of Alfred Lanus'work. Meet the artist at a public reception from 7-9 p.m.Saturday,Sept.10 Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday,10 a.m.to 4 p.m.or by appointment. 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