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TheLAKER SEPTEMBER 21,2011 FREE Zephyrhills/Dade City EditionBookshop benefits Zephyrhills hospice By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comVisitors to this Wesley Chapel home might feel a tad bit disoriented if they've never been there before. From outside,it appears to be like any other well-kept suburban home in the Country Crossing subdivision. But step inside and you'll find thousands of books and VHS tapes,all neatly arranged on shelves in the hallway,living room and dining room. Welcome to Barbara Todaro's book sale,an event she holds to raise money for Gulfside Regional Hospice Inc. It began small,as these things often do. She enjoys reading and wanted to buy some books,but found that the prices in bookstores were a bit steeper than she wanted to pay.An idea popped into her head. What about collecting books and selling them to help Gulfside Hospice? It began as a sale on her front yard.Then it moved into the garage. Now,it takes her entire hallway and two full rooms which she has devoted exclusively to the cause.She and her mom, Jeanette Tatro,who is a volunteer for Gulfside,work together to sell the books.They hold the sale about every 6-8 weeks,and all of the proceeds go to Gulfside Center for Hospice Care in Zephyrhills, which is one of the places where Tatro works as a volunteer.So far,they've raised about $1,000. The two-day sale is on Fridays and Saturdays,from 8 a.m.to 2 p.m.each day. Both women said they owe a debt of gratitude for the kindness There is a wide selection of books available at Barbara Todaro's book sales. See BOOKS,page13 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIn the Florida Shuffleboard Association's (FSA) 83-year history,only one woman has ever scored 1,000 career points.Zephyrhills resident Joan Cook plans to soon make it two. Cook has amassed 895 points since she started playing 16 years ago.Players earn points for finishing near the top of statesanctioned events and Cook is likely to crack the 1,000-point mark in two years,especially considering how dedicated she is to the game. "Other than shuffleboard,I don't do a whole lot,"Cook sad."It's my life." The Betmar Acres resident takes a break from the sport each summer,but is a regular sight at the RV park's shuffleboard courts. There is something about the strategy,clanging of the discuses and spirited nature of the game that keeps her coming back. "I started because I thought I'd be good at it,"Cook said."As it's turned out,I have been.I've always been competitive,so I want to play something that I can win at.I love sports,and it's a good way to stay active." Cook grew up playing baseball and bowling.She was born in Ontario,Canada and first came to Zephyrhills 25 years ago. Zephyrhills resident Joan Cook is 105 points away from being the second woman shuffleboarder to reach 1,000. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Joan Cook on doorstep of 1,000 points Former chamber president Carolyn Hodges stands with Steve Spina, who received the 2011 Alice Hall Community Service Award. Zephyrhills city council president Jodi Wilkeson accepted the Citizen of the Year award on behalf of Zephyrhills Mayor Cliff McDuffie. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) John Scott became the 201112 president of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce. See JOAN COOK,page13 THE WINNERS:Leadership in Youth Involvement: Big Brothers / Big Sisters (recognizing Jan Roberts, Director of Partnership and Development for East Pasco) The Diamond Award (NonProfit Organization): Planned Pethood of Zephyrhills Leadership in Government: Richard Gehring,Pasco County Growth Management Administrator Community Service Award (Volunteer of the Year): Gary Hatrick Community Service Award Global Citizenship: Art Students of Woodland Elementary and Zephyrhills High School (Project 1000 Cranes for Japan) Chamber Ambassador of the Year: David Loomis Chamber Member of the Year: Pat Pennington,The Tampa Tribune Innovative Business of the Year (New Award): Scene on Glass Media Small Business of the Year: Faithful Friends Pet Cremation Large Business of the Year: CF Industries Citizen of the Year: W.Cliff McDuffie Alice Hall Community Service Award: Steve SpinaThe Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce presented its 2011 Business and Community Awards on Thursday evening at the chamber's annual awards banquet.This year,the ceremony took place at Scotland Yards Golf Club.Roughly 200 guests showed up for the chamber's dinner, themed "Emerald City There's No Place Like Home."Zephyrhills Chamber celebrates success at dinner
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That's why they're putting an emphasis on outreach programs to get the word out and to provide assistance,said Randy Caldwell of Land O' Lakes,who volunteers for the Serving Health Insurance Needs for the Elderly (SHINE) program. "People just don't understand the bureaucracy.It can be intimidating and confusing,"Caldwell said."The need is so great,"he said,and they don't always realize that help is available. That's where SHINE volunteers come in. "We're available.We have outreach programs with churches,social organizations,"Caldwell said.They also can provide one-on-one assistance. SHINE volunteers realize it can be difficult and confusing to enroll in Medicare plans,to keep up with changes and to compare plans that are available,said Jan Rauer of Lutz,a volunteer who trains SHINE volunteers. When helping people navigate the system,SHINE volunteers focus on helping people find plans that are suitable for their needs by presenting various options and explaining the differences. The idea is to present information, not to advocate particular plans, Caldwell said. To prepare for the enrollment period,individuals should ask themselves: Have your health needs changed? Are your drugs covered by the plan you are considering? Does your doctor accept the plan you are considering? Does your plan fit your budget? Be sure to compare all costs,including premiums,copays,deductibles and coinsurance. Those who are approaching age 65 should also be aware that enrollment in Medicare is not automatic, Rauer said.There is a seven-month period for initial enrollment into Medicare,she said.That includes the three months before an individual turns 65,the month of the individual's birthday and the three months following it. Additional information,individual appointments and requests for public speakers can be made by contacting the local Area on Aging office at (800) 963-5337. Leaders mingle at PEDC dinnerGov. Rick Scott compares notes with former Gov. Bob Martinez after completing his speech at Pasco Economic Development Council's 25th Annual Industry Appreciation Banquet. (Photos by Anthony V. Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com)Medicare decisions must be made earlier this year Presenting sponsor Doug Duffield, CEO of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, joins with master of ceremonies Heather Van Nest on the platform at the 25th Pasco Economic Development Council's Industry Appreciation Banquet. 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Pasco High graduate struck while evacuating othersBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comHours after celebrating his 21st birthday, Pasco High graduate and Dade City resident Justin Inversso was fatally struck by lightning while at Adventure Island water park on Sept.10.Justin was working as a lifeguard supervisor and was trying to clear guests off the Key West Rapids water slide in anticipation of severe weather coming through the area.He was standing in 2-3 feet of water when the strike happened at about 11:45 a.m.,according to a Tampa Fire Rescue incident report. The report states other employees pulled Justin out of the water and tried to perform CPR.He was taken to University Community Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.Justin's father is Sgt. Frank Inversso,a bailiff supervisor with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. "He was a strong young man,conscientious of living his life according to the ways of the Lord,"Frank said."He was a true lifeguard.He was committed to being a true life preserver and soul preserver. "He is at peace," Frank continued."He would be celebrating his life as a victory."Justin graduated from Pasco in 2009 and from PascoHernando Community College this spring.He had just started his junior year at the University of South Florida as an engineering student.Frank said Justin had hoped to be part of an engineering program at Busch Gardens,which would help pay for his tuition while giving him experience in the field.Frank said Justin was an honors student while at Pasco,where he also was a captain of the Pirates swimming and diving team. He also played on the Dade City school's basketball team as a sophomore. The park was in the process of closing the ride and other attractions because of the approaching storm when Justin was hit,according to the fire rescue incident report.It added that rain had not yet begun to fall when the strike happened. Jim Dean,president of Busch Gardens and Adventure Island,said it is the first time anyone has been hit by lightning at the park since it opened in 1980. "Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our employees and guests," Dean said.He added the park is constantly monitoring the weather in case of any approaching threat.Dean said their investigation has shown the lightning hit the tower that helps hold up the 700-foot-tallwater slide. The electricity traveled through the metal and the water surrounding Justin before entering his body.Ray Yeakley,spokesman for Hillsborough County Fire Rescue,said it is "amazing no one else was hurt"because of the lightning strike that killed Justin. "Because there is so much water,anyone else standing in the water would have likely been badly hurt or killed too,"Yeakley said. "Everyone else must have been able to get out before it happened." Yeakley said people need to be extra cautious when severe weather is approaching, because it doesn't have to be raining for a deadly bolt to strike. "The best thing to do is get out of any water as soon as you hear any thunder or see lightning or dark storm clouds,"Yeakley said."The lightning can pass all the way through even the biggest pools.You also need to stay away until a storm has completely passed over." Yeakley added people should come down from any high elevations and avoid metal objects during a storm. As for Justin,his family laid him to rest last week. "He's in heaven now,"Frank said."He got to go to heaven for his birthday,and there is no better place to be." Pasco High graduate Justin Inversso was killed after being struck by lightning at the Key West Rapids water slide at Adventure Island while working as a lifeguard supervisor on Sept. 10. (Image courtesy of Adventure Island)Lightning claims Justin Inversso Justin Inversso "He is at peace, ... he would be celebrating his life as a victory."Frank Inversso
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Trivedi, M.D.Stress is an unavoidable fact of life,especially in a school setting.Parents feel it,kids feel it and so does school staff.Here are five effective tips to help tackle the stresses in YOUR student's life.1.PLAN AHEADMark off on a calendar important dates such as major exams and report-cards and include fun days like holidays,vacations and school trips.Preparing a calendar will allow for timely and thorough preparations that go a long way in eliminating stress before it happens.2.DON'T PANIC IN STRESSFUL SITUATIONSExperience breeds confidence.A child can easily feel frustrated and overwhelmed in a challenging situation.You can help your child evaluate the problem in its proper perspective by breaking it down into smaller more achievable goals.3.LISTEN TO THE CHILDTalking it out"is the oldest remedy to stress.There is a tremendous diffusion of mental tension in just'venting.Often times, just having an adult say,"tell me more"or "I felt that way when I was your age,"will help.Having stressful feelings validated by an adult gives children a great sense of comfort and improves their odds at succeeding.4.RECOGNIZE THE SIGNS OF STRESSSome of the most common signs observed in stressed children and teens are irritability,aloofness,appearing preoccupied,doing things without thinking of the outcome, changes in sleeping or eating habits,nightmares,and a sudden decline in grades or not wanting to go to school. Some of these signs are also indicative of deeper emotional problems that may require medical treatment.If you recognize any such signs in your child,seek input from the school or teacher,guidance counselor or a school psychologist.A pediatrician can arrange for a professional consultation with a mental health professional.5.EAT RIGHT,DRINK PLENTY OF WATER,SLEEP WELL, EXERCISE AND HAVE LOTS OF FUNThere's no better or stronger protection from stress than proper nutrition,adequate rest and living a balanced,joyful life. Remember,you've never really had fun when you were stressed and you've never been stressed while you were truly having fun. Dr.Trivedi is the newest psychiatrist at Florida Medical Clinic. For over a decade, he has guided and empowered thousands of patients toward their highest lifepotential.He develops a patient's treatment plan in a Mind-Body framework that aligns with their individual goals.Dr.Trivedi can be reached at (813) 973-1304,2237 Twelve Oaks Way,# 103,Wesley Chapel. Working together forGOOD HEALTHThe Laker / Lutz News& Dr. Maulik K. Trivedi Gifted $1 Million ToThe Community! Contact Deb Thielen at (813) 783-9932 for more information on how you can help. Ask the Doctor What is the flu? Ahighly contagious respiratory illness that occurs at any age. How is the flu spread? Through coughing, sneezing and touching surfaces. Peaks when school is in session because of close student contact. What are the symptoms? Fever temperature over 100F Headache and muscle aches Fatigue Cough and sore throat When should call my doctor? Shortness of breathe trouble breathing Pain or pressure in the chest or stomach Dehydration, such as dizziness when standing or not urinating Feelings of confusion Cannot stop vomiting Bluish or purplish skin color Fever with a rash Child who is so irritable that he does not want to be held Baby who cries with no tears Child who does not wake up easily Should I take flu medicines? Over-the-counter flu medicine treats flu symptoms and can help you feel better. But they do not make the flu go away faster. How is the flu prevented? The flu shot is the best way to prevent the flu. People who get the vaccine have a reduced likelihood of getting the flu compared to people who are not vaccinated. When should I get the flu shot? Because the flu virus changes from year to year, a new flu shot is needed every year. People should get the vaccine as soon as it becomes available to get maximum benefit.More questions? Call Dr. Burton's office at (813) 994-1286. Who's whoWhen Allison Burton was in high school, she had the opportunity to volunteer in Patient Services at University Community Hospital in Tampa. That experience and exposure to patient care was the catalyst that led to her interest and commitment to become the first medical doctor in her family and a family practitioner. Dr. Burton earned her medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine in Dominica, West Indies. She completed her residency in family practice at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Newport News, Virginia. Dr. Burton moved from Maine to the Tampa Bay area with her father when she was 13 years old. She met her husband, Rob, after completing medical school and they are proud "parents" of George, a one-year-old sheltie. Dr. Burton enjoys going to the beach, snorkeling and traveling. She is a loyal Gator fan, having received her undergraduate degree at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Dr. Burton is compassionate and always takes time to listen to her patients and their families. She believes preventative care for all ages, from infants to seniors, is one of the most important areas of medicine. Other areas of special interest for Dr. Burton are weight loss, skin cancer screenings and women's health. Her office is located in Seven Oaks at 27401 Cashford Circle Suite 102, Wesley Chapel, Florida 33544.MeetDr. Allison Burton 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER September 21,2011 4 Ahad Mahootchi, M.D. Board Certified Ophthalmologist 6739 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills, FL33542813-779-3338www.SeeBetterFlorida.com SAVE $300!Got Cataracts? SAVE $300! See us first & SAVE big! Save $300 or more whether you have insurance or not. Call 813-779-3338 to learn more.
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"He was a respected law enforcement officer,but he died of an overdose,"said Mulieri almost overcome with emotion."He was a drinker and he was taking Valium at the same time.A doctor kept writing him prescriptions for 100 pills at a time."Wilson lost a teenage nephew to the same addiction just days after hearing Nocco's request.He said he knew prescription drug abuse was a big problem,but the loss struck the first-term commissioner. "It just hit home for me,"Wilson said. The problem has also hit home for hundreds of families in Pasco during the last year.The Florida Medical Examiners Commission reports that the Pasco/Pinellas area led the state in deaths caused by prescription drugs last year.The two counties combined for 750 deaths related to prescription drug abuse,28 percent of the total fatalities in Florida.The examiners commission does not separate the deaths between the two Tampa Bay area counties."It's in our own back yards,it's in our schools,it's in the neighborhoods where we least expect it to be,"said Commissioner Ted Schrader.Mulieri and Wilson,along with the other three commssioners,unanamiously approved Noccos'request for a $1.6 million increase in the Pasco Sheriff's Office budget,up to $83.3 million,for the new fiscal year to hire 23 new empoyees.It took just 30 minutes of deliberating to come to the agreement.The new staffers will incude 10 detectives and two sergeants to create two new squads to battle drug abuse,eight nurses for the Land O'Lake Detention Center to help with inmate drug issues and three to form a new intelligenceled policing unit. Intelligence-led policing is a new concept introduced by Nocco,where the team identifies places where crimes are more likely to happen to better allocate the office's resources.The only person who advised against the increase was county budget director Michael Nurrenbrock,who questioned the long-term fiscal feasibility of adding 23 new employees to Pasco's payroll.Nurrenbrock said the only reason the county can afford to hire the new workers this year is the state manadated all government workers to contribute 3 percent of their salaries toward their own pension plans,saving Pasco $7.7 million."The reason you have this flexibility is because those pension rates have changed,and there's no guarantee of what will happen next year,"Nurrenbrock said.He added the county's revenue problems are not getting better as property values continue to drop.Nocco assured Nurrenbrock he would look into the finacial future of the sheriff's office at the start of the new year when he creates its five-year strategic plan. Pasco's new $1.1 billion budget goes into effect on Oct.1. Pat Mulieri Henry Wilson Zephyrhills High band members, among those shown here, called it "exhilarating, exciting and very rewarding" to be able to perform with a college band.Zephyrhills High band marches with USF BullsCommissioners OK $1.6 million to help fight drug abuse Band members from Zephyrhills High pose at Raymond James Stadium during the USF Herd of Thunder's annual high school day. Zephyrhills was among 26 area bands that joined the USF musicians on the field during halftime of the USF-Ball State football game on Sept. 10. (Photos courtesy of Sherri Hayford)
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If you, or a loved one, has developedBLADDER CANCERAfter taking the Type 2 Diabetes medicationACTOSTMNO RECOVERY, NO FEES OR COSTSWe are also investigatingFOSAMAXFEMUR INJURIES MILITARY Army Pvt. Tayfun Usta graduates from Basic Combat TrainingArmy Pvt.Tayfun Usta has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton,Oklahoma.During the nine weeks of training,the soldier studied the Army mission and received instruction and training exercises in drill and ceremonies,Army history,core values and traditions,military courtesy,military justice,physical fitness, first aid,rifle marksmanship,weapons use, map reading and land navigation,foot marches,armed and unarmed combat,and field maneuvers and tactics. Usta graduated in 2009 from Wiregrass Ranch High School in Wesley Chapel and is the son of Arzu and Burak Ozmeteler of Wesley Chapel.First Christian First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ),6040 Eighth St.in Zephyrhills. Worship service 9:30 a.m. Children's Church 9:30 a.m. Prayer Group meets each Monday at 10 a.m. Bible Study at 10 a.m.and 7 p.m.every Thursday. Visit us at www.zhillsfirstchristian.org.Calvary BaptistCalvary Baptist Church,4724 Fox Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Church services at 10:30 a.m. For more information or a ride,contact Pastor John Reichard at (813) 300-7693.First United MethodistFirst United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills,38635 Fifth Ave. Traditional services at 8 a.m.and 11 a.m. Contemporary service at 9:30 a.m. For more information:on Facebook "First United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills," online www.fumczhill.org,or via phone (813) 782-5645.First Baptist ChurchFirst Baptist Church of Zephyrhills,38231 Fifth Ave. Sunday services are at 9:30 a.m. Worship service at 10:45 a.m. Evening service at 6 p.m. Mid-week service Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. "Sunrise Prayer Warriors"meet every weekday morning from 6-7 a.m. For more information call (813) 7825574.First Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church of Zephyrhills, 5510 19th St. Sunday school for adults at 8:30 a.m. Worship services every Sunday 10 a.m. Coffee fellowship follows worship. Choir practice 7 p.m.each Wednesday. Bible Study 7 p.m.each Wednesday. The FRESH Youth Group meets at 5 p.m. on Wednesdays. "Walkers"meet in Zephyr Park at the bandstand at 7:30 a.m.Thursday and Saturday and 5:30 p.m.Friday. For more information,visit www.firstpcz.org.FAITH & WORSHIP
Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: firstname.lastname@example.org All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER September 21,2011 8 EVENTS YARD SALEAtonement Lutheran Church is hosting a yard sale on Saturday,Sept.24 from 8 a.m.noon.The church is located at 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.Among the many items for sale is a boat.Proceeds will benefit Atonement Youth Mission and programs.PROFESSIONAL HEADSHOTSStrike a pose for fundraising.Get your headshot taken and Cloud 9 Studios will donate half the proceeds back to Jan Roberts'honorary mayoral campaign. Professional headshots are $50 per person and will be taken on Friday,Sept.23 at noon.The shooting will take place at Cloud 9 Studios at 27340 Cashford Circle,No.101 in Wesley Chapel.TRUE COUPONINGAll Saints Lutheran Church is hosting a True Couponing workshop on Thursday,Sept.22. The workshop will go from 7-9:15 p.m.at 5315 Van Dyke Rd.in Lutz.The workshop is free and can help you cut your grocery bill by over 70 percent.Register at www.truecouponing.com.UNITED METHODIST GOLF CHALLENGEThe Harvester United Methodist Church Methodist Men will hold their inaugural Golf Challenge on Saturday,Sept.24 at The Groves Golf and Country Club at 7924 Melogold Circle in Land O'Lakes.The event has a 12:30 p.m.shotgun-start time.Player check-in is between 11 a.m.-noon. Registration is $60 per person and includes green fees,cart,dinner and prizes.There will also be a $10,000 HOI,chipping and putting contests and longest drive competitions.To register,or for more information,contact the church at (813) 948-2311.Proceeds will benefit the missions of the church.GREYHOUND RESCUEGreyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay (GREAT) will hold a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from noon-2 p.m.on Saturday, Sept.24 at the Suncoast Crossing Petco, 16248 SR 54 in Odessa.Please visit with us to learn about these calm,affectionate dogs. For details,call (813) 971-4732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org.BIRDIES FOR BOOBIESCome out on Oct.1 for a golf tournament to help raise funds for the Avon Breast Cancer Walk.The tournament will take place at Babe Zaharias Golf Course at 11412 Forest Hills Dr.in Tampa.The cost is $45 per player.Registration is at 1 p.m.and the tournament has a 2 p.m.shotgun start. Using a two-man scramble format,there will also be contests for longest drive, closest to the pin and other raffles and prizes.For more information,to sponsor the event or volunteer,contact Samantha Willis at (813) 323-5483 or email@example.com.KARAOKE FOR A CAUSEAs part of Jan Roberts'honorary mayor of Wesley Chapel campaign,there will be a karaoke contest,along with food and drinks,raffle prizes and entertainment. Proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay and the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce.The contest will be on Friday, Sept.23 at the Pebble Creek Golf Club,at 10550 Regents Park Drive in Tampa.Warm up starts at 6 p.m.and the contest starts at 7 p.m.The cost is $10 for karaoke competitors,and for all others it's a $2 donation at the door.MEETINGS VOLUNTEER WITH VIGORThe GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club will be hosting a membership social. "Volunteer with Vigor"Open House will be on Saturday,September 24,2011,1-2 p.m.at Meadow Pointe II Community Development District clubhouse located at 30051 County Line Road in Wesley Chapel. It is open to current members and any ladies living in the Lutz-Land O'LakesWesley Chapel-Pasco areas between the ages 18 to 50+ who are interested in joining a club that promotes community service,volunteer work and friendship among our members.License fitness Zumba instructor Caroline Coffey is offering a free 30-minute Zumba demo class.For more information,please contact the club at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.meetup.com/GFWC-LutzPasco-Junior-Womans-Club.AARP MEETINGThe Land O'Lakes Chapter of the AARP is having its September meeting on Friday, Sept.23 at 10:30 a.m.The meeting will take place at the Copperstone Executive Suites at 3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O' Lakes.Brian Corely,Pasco County supervisor of elections will be there to talk about the redistricting process,changes in Florida's election law and the 2012 election cycle.In addition to current members of the local AARP Chapter,attendance is open to all AARP members in the surrounding local community who are interested in the program,as well as those who may wish to join the local chapter for the coming year. Coffee and cake will be offered contributions are welcome.For more COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT STRIKE FOR HOMELESSNESSThe Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring is sponsoring a charity bowling event on Saturday,Sept.24. Players of any skill level are invited to help "Starting Right,Now"help end homelessness for families and youths at the Pin Chasers at 6816 Gall Blvd. in Zephyrhills.The event will start at 3 p.m.with bowling times from 3-5 p.m.and 6-8 p.m.For more information on team registrations or sponsorships,please contact Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring at (813) 7839932 or email email@example.com.
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(813) 788-0411 fhzeph.orgYou dont plan for an emergency, we do!Whether you had minor mishap or are experiencing a serious illness, our board certied physicians are trained to handle any emergency. In fact, our physicians are part of the nationally recognized, award winning Florida Emergency Physicians (FEP) who developed protocols for patients having a heart attack or stroke resulting in some of the nations lowest mortality rates. Saving Lives. 2011 Top Hospitalas voted by the Tampa Tribune Pasco Readers Emergency Department Our Goal: No Wait Medical Group of Tampa Bay is pleased to announceChristopher E. Baker, MDhas joined the medical team.Christopher E. Baker M.D. has recently joined Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Orthopaedic & Spine Institute. He is a board-eligible orthopaedic surgeon caring for both adults and children. In addition to general orthopaedics, Dr. Baker specializes in sports medicine, shoulder reconstruction, arthroscopy and minimally invasive surgery. He is also providing volunteer medical and orthopaedics coverage at all Zephyrhills High School athletics programs. Dr. Baker is part of the Medical Group of Tampa Bay, a service of Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. Dr. Baker graduated Cum Laude with a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Florida College of Medicine, where he also received his Bachelor of Science degree with Honors. He had the opportunity to train with some of the worlds experts in orthopaedics while completing his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. His education also includes a Fellowship in Sports Medicine and Shoulder Reconstruction at Steadman Hawkins Clinic of the Carolinas in Greenville, South Carolina. Dr. Baker is accepting new patients at 6748 Gall Blvd, Zephyrhills To make an appointment, please call 813-782-1200 bestowed on Edmund Tatro Jeanette's husband and Barbara's father as he was approaching death."They took such great care of my dad,"Todaro said."They helped bathe him.They talked to him about death,helped prepare him for death.They helped us,too,"Tatro said. Sandy Keezer,a volunteer who works in Gulfside Hospice's thrift store, dropped by to pick up a few books from the sale.She brought along her friend,Marie Nelson of Zephyrhills.She was thrilled by the selection and prices.Children's books cost a quarter,paperbacks are 50 cents and hardbacks are $1, Todaro said.Videotapes are a quarter and textbooks are $3.There are some specially marked items that are more expensive because of their special nature,she said. But she's open to bargaining,and anyone who spends at least $3 gets a free children's book. Sandy Keezer,a volunteer who works in Gulfside Hospice's thrift store,dropped by to pick up a few books from the sale. She brought along her friend,MarieBOOKS,from page 1 Barbara Todaro, left, and her mom, Jeanette Tatro, work at a book sale in Todaro's home to raise money for the Gulfside Center for Hospice Care in Zephyrhills. (Photos by B.C. Manion)Nelson,who lives in Zephyrhills.She was thrilled by the selection and prices. "Books are like gold to me,"Nelson said. Todaro also accepts book donations,but is not in the market right now.A man named Frank Menendez from Tampa recently donated 1,800 books. He told Todaro that he had found out about the book sale online and wanted to help a good cause. To find out the dates for the next book sale call the organization's thrift store in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-5461. She never expected to come anywhere near 1,000 points when she first picked up a shuffleboard cue. "The goal wasn't to get to 1,000 points,"Cook said."It was to get to 200 points to get into the state hall of fame,which I did (in 2003). There is the social part of it,but mostly I love to win.It certainly isn't about the money,because it costs more to travel to the tournaments than you can get if you win." Cook has played in the state masters tournament,for only the top eight men or women in the state,10 times and won it three times.She has also claimed eight national and three international championships. Two of those titles came with Earl Ball,whose 15 national titles are tied for the most all time. "We won two mixed doubles national championships in Hendersonville, N.C.,"said Ball,who lives in Betmar."We also won the only two mixed doubles state tournaments two years in a row,and no other team has ever done that.So that makes four state championships.I'd say we were very successful together. "She's dead serious and a hard worker," Ball added."She expects the very best out of herself.If she isn't playing well,everyone knows about it too.She doesn't accept mediocre." Ball said Cook has benefited from playing in so many mixed doubles events. "She comes and plays with and against men often,so her game is tailored to a man's style of play,"Ball said. Ball explained women shuffleboard players tend to focus on hitting their opponent's discus out of the way.Men usually employ several game plans to win,such as setting up blocks or working to put people in the kitchen,the section of the court that deducts 10 points from their score. "That means she has a lot of different ways to win when she plays against women,"Ball said."They don't know what to do when she has more tricks up her sleeve." Cook is back on the fast track towardJOAN COOK,from page 1 1,000 points,but personal heartbreak almost derailed her chance.Her husband Richard Cook died in 2009. "That was the saddest thing that could have happened to me because he was my biggest supporter,"Cook said."I took a year off after that,or I probably would have already had the 1,000 points." Cook said she and her husband played shuffleboard a lot. "I actually got him into it,"Cook said with a laugh."I had to teach him how to play.We played as a team together in amateurs and never won anything.He was the typical man doing whatever he wanted on the court.I'd get so mad at him sometimes because we'd have a match won,and then he'd do whatever he wanted,and we'd lose it in the end.He drove me nuts,but as soon as we were off the court,we'd love each other again." Once Cook gets to 1,000 points she said her focus will shift toward helping others improve their own shuffleboard game. "Once I get the 1,000 points,I'll help people get into the hall of fame,"Cook said. "I'll team with some of those who are close and try to help them win enough points to make it." Earl Ball, left, and Joan Cook have won two national championships as a mixed doubles team. State shuffleboard points leaders*Player Points Mae Hail 2,224 Webster Smith 1,244 Bill Folberth 1,158 Glen Peltier** 1,146 Carl Spillman 1,029 Mary Scalise 916 Joan Cook** 895 *Information as recorded by the FSA **Active playerCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER September 21,2011 13
Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams have experienced a strangely similar last 12 months. Both won conference, district and regional championships and entered the Class 3A state meet with high expectations of finishing better than any other Bulls team in the school's history.Both teams had,by their standards,disappointing finishes in the final race of year,with the boys taking 10th and the girls finishing 13th,giving both motivation to improve in 2011.In addition,both programs lost four of their top-seven runners to graduation,creating a need for new leaders to step up. That similar road toward the 2011 season has created a common motto for the Bulls squads. "Both of our teams'shirts say Prove It' because on both sides,the boys and the girls,we lost some of our top runners,"said girls coach Don Howard."My girls say they're going to continue the tradition. Chris'boys say the same thing.They're out to prove it to themselves and everyone else. We use that target as our motivation to continue to do well.I tell the girls there are people training to beat you specifically,so you need to always work to improve." The girls lost Ariel Grey,Marissa Tomei, Kelsey Sturman and Taylor Hixson to graduation.The squad does return Nikita Shah, Chelse Davis and Elise Cedre,and Howard plans on using their experience to help get the team back to a championship level. "Those three girls are going to be our leaders this year,but the key for us is are those other kids going to step up,"Howard said."All three of those girls have it upon them to help pull the next bunch up.To run with them and practice and show them the things to do to get girls who have never run under 22 minutes to get their times down." Howard said Shah,a senior,is their No.1 runner,but the junior never looks at it as if she is separate from her teammates. "Cross country is a team effort and it's fun to be on a team,"said Shah,whose personal record (PR) in a 5-kilometer race is 18:59."I'm excited about this season.I think myself and a lot of the girls are ready to stay at the top.We lost some good runners,but I know our returning runners have been working very hard and have already improved their times.I think we can regain our titles we got last year." The boys lost Josh Reilly,Ryan Pulsifer, Ian Cassette and Logan Selzer to graduation, but coach Chris Loth said he has the right kids to help fill those holes. "We have a good group of kids step up as leaders,"Loth said."As far as talent,we have 38 kids on the team to choose from. There are available slots and everyone is motivated to fill them.They want to live up to the expectations that they've created. That's the goal.Whether or not it happens we'll have to see." One of the kids Loth will lean on for his times is senior Sam Hippely,whose PR in a 5K is 16:21. "Losing four seniors from last year is going to be tough for us,but I think our Nos.4-9 spots are really good and competitive,"Hippely said."They're all trying very hard and it pushes all of us to do better.It'll be interesting to see where those spots go." The boys will also be led by junior Ermias Bireda,whose PR is 16:26.Bireda said he has been working to get his core stronger during the summer,along with regular running with the squad. "I'll do whatever I can to get better at running,"Bireda said."I know that if you have a strong core you can go further at top speed." Loth has also changed his training regime based on what he learned in 2010."We had a disappointing day at states last year and I've adjusted a couple things because of that,"Loth said."We started a little bit later in hopes that we won't peak too early,which I think we did last year.Keep them fresh.I'm going to adjust things later in the year too."Both Bulls programs have become constants at the top of conference,district and regional meet leader boards during the last few years,making them a target for other programs to shoot for. "We're glad that other teams respect our program,"Loth said."After realignment we're in a more competitive district and region than we've ever been in teams like Land O'Lakes,Steinbrenner,Chamberlain and a couple other squads so we're going to have to push ourselves just to get to a state meet.If we have a bad day it could be over." All stats as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Bulls poised to lead cross country pack Bulls junior cross country runner Ermias Bireda has been putting a bigger emphasis on core training during the summer. Members of the Wiregrass Ranch boys cross country team get in a late-afternoon run along SR 56. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)Zephyrhills duo claim doubles crownBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comZephyrhills residents Gus Bondi and Walt Shine expected to do well at the Eastern National Shuffleboard Doubles Championship,and they went out and showed why their city is known for the game. "I was hoping,but you know with shuffleboard it's a game of mistakes and if someone makes a mistake you can be pretty well eaten up fast,"Shine said."I had a good partner in Gus Bondi,and I knew if we played well we had a pretty good chance." The final match went to a decisive third game,which became a back-and-forth contest.Bondi and Shine took a big lead of nearly 40 points,but the opposition managed to tie things up.The Zephyrhills duo finally broke through to win the championship on Sept.2. The two have played as a team a few times before,but never at a national tournament.Despite the lack of experience together,they managed to go 4-0 in the event en route to winning the title in Hendersonville,N.C. "Gus is very good to play with,"said Shine,who started playing in 1998."He knows if I make a mistake I didn't do it on purpose,and I know that too.We're all trying to play our best and we all make mistakes.That's his attitude,and it's easy to play with someone like that.I would definitely play with him again." Bondi echoed Shine's sentiment. "I made mistakes and he didn't say anything;he made mistakes and I didn't say anything,"said Bondi,who picked up the sport 10 years ago."It takes two to win a tournament.Everybody makes mistakes,but whoever makes the fewest mistakes and comes back from their mistakes wins." Bondi has played in Hendersonville about five times before,but it was Shine's first time on those courts. "I had a wonderful time,"Shine said."I play to have fun,so that makes me more relaxed and makes it more enjoyable.It's a game,so you're going to win and lose,but certainly I want to be the one who wins.If I don't,it's only a game." It is the second national title for each of the east Pasco County residents.Shine won the Summer National Championship Any Doubles title at Betmar in Zephyrhills in June.Bondi claimed his first crown at the Eastern Nationals in 2005. Bondi and Shine were not the only Zephyrhills residents near the top at the event.Buddy Allen came in third in the men's singles tournament.Bondi said that speaks to the level of play in east Pasco. "Zephyrhills in my opinion is the shuffleboard capital of the world,"Bondi said. "There are a lot of good shufflers,and wherever they go there is always a fair representation on the leader board." Bondi and Shine are now in Arizona playing in the East West Goodwill Games.Bondi and Shine bring home Eastern National title Zephyrhills resident Walt Shine won his second career national championship at Hendersonville, N.C. (File photos) Gus Bondi paired with Walt Shine to win the Eastern National Shuffleboard Doubles Championship.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER September 21,2011 14
By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comPasco showed its opponents it can score in a multitude of ways,even if its offense is on the sidelines. The Pirates (3-0) used a 43-point first half to beat Wiregrass Ranch 53-0 at home on Sept.16.Pasco has outscored the opposition 92-6 during its past two games. "Our whole team had a great game,"said junior running back Janarion Grant,who returned the opening kickoff 84 yards to get the Pirates on the scoreboard before the offense even took the field. "When we get the ball,I'm usually amped to return the punt well the kickoff,"Grant said."Really,I never got it last year because everybody knew if I get it,I'll do something with it." Grant also hauled in five receptions for 144 yards and two touchdowns. The Bulls,who were missing starters quarterback Jake Day and running back Jamie Barone because of concussions sustained in Week 1,were unable to generate much offense.Linebacker and wide receiver Joe Irizarry also sat out because of concussion-like symptoms,though Wiregrass Ranch coach Jeremy Shobe said he was not diagnosed with a concussion. Wiregrass Ranch (0-3) had many young and inexperienced players starting at multiple positions. "We probably have five kids or so that played varsity football (last year) and it shows,"Shobe said."We make a lot of young mistakes.In open field,we haven't seen speed like that,and we can't simulate that in practice.Fortunately,this is probably the type of speed we'll see a few games this year,but not every week."After a quick three and out and a nine-yard punt from the Bulls on their opening position, Pasco took over on offense from the Bulls 24. Pirates quarterback Jacob Guy found wide receiver Trey Dudley-Giles for Pasco's second touchdown.It was the first of three consecutive touchdown receptions for Dudley-Giles, whose four grabs tallied 61 yards.Wiregrass Ranch fumbled the ball after getting a first down on its next drive,and again handed the Pirates prime field position.The Pirates marched down the short field and Guy found Dudley-Giles in the end zone on a lob pass from the 1-yard line.Guy found Dudley-Giles again on Pasco's next possession,this time from 27 yards out.Not to be left out,Grant had two more touchdown catches,one for 53 and another for 45 yards to finish with three scoring grabs."Janarion and Trey are just dynamic,"said Pasco coach Tom McHugh."Whenever they get their hands on the ball,I like to watch it."Wiregrass Ranch's offense continued to stall against the Pirates defense.The Bulls didn't get the ball into opposing territory until 8:31 left in the second quarter,courtesy of a turnover on downs.The Bulls sniffed the end zone thanks to a 32-yard tipped completion by athlete Ryan Shea from quarterback Ricky Weisbrodt,but Wiregrass Ranch lost a fumble from 7 yards out.It was the only series all game the Wesley Chapel squad played in Pirates'territory.Guy and Co.went into half with a 43-0 lead.The senior signal caller was taken out in the second half,but still put up 207 yards and five touchdowns on 10-of-15 passing.Of the 10 completions,nine went to Grant and Dudley-Giles. 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Program,support groups and educational events throughout the Tampa Bay area.For more information,call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.Good health movement classesNancy's Gentle Movement classes focus on reducing stress through movement.The free program meets at 10:30 a.m.each Tuesday at Pasco Regional Medical Center, 13100 Fort King Road in Dade City;at 2 p.m.the second Tuesday month at Bentley Commons Senior Living Facility,38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills;and at 2 p.m.the fourth Tuesday monthly at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,7050 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills.For more information or to register,call (727) 643-7159 or email email@example.com.Monthly diabetic support groupPasco Regional Medical Center hosts a diabetic support group from 2-3 p.m.the first Thursday monthly at its facility,13100 Fort King Road in Dade City.For more information or to sign up,call (352) 521-1100 ext.1423.Look Good Feel Better programFlorida Cancer Institute-New Hope has a free program to help women deal with the physical changes brought on by cancer treatment called Look Good Feel Better. The program is at 38010 Medical Center Ave.in Zephyrhills from 4-6 p.m.the first Monday monthly.For more information,call (813) 783-1676.Chronically ill support groupA support group to help people deal with chronic illnesses meets at 11 a.m.the second Wednesday monthly at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 783-3186.Weight Watchers weekly groupA Weight Watchers group meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports + Field,2029 Arrowgrass Drive in Wesley Chapel. Registration is free.For more information, call (813) 500-4528.Aware 4 Autism support groupAware 4 Autism in East Pasco,a support group for caregivers,meets the first Saturday monthly from 2-4 p.m.at First Congregational Church,7900 Fort King Road in Zephyrhills.For more information, call (813) 782-9431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Weekly hospice grief groupAdults grieving the death of a loved one can participate in HPH Hospice's free grief group each Monday from 2-3 p.m.at St. Joseph's Catholic Church,38750 Fifth Ave.in Zephyrhills.For more information,call (800) 486-8784 or visit www.hph-hospice.org.Compassionate friends groupFamilies coping with the death of a child can meet at 7 p.m.the first Monday monthly at His Gathering Place,39031 CR 54 in Zephyrhills.Conquering challenges classPeople can learn how to conquer challenges from 6:30-8:30 p.m.each Thursday at True Life Center,4797 Allen Road in Zephyrhills.For more information,call (813) 788-5433,email email@example.com or visit www.truelifecenter.com.Eat right/move right classesSeniors and caregivers can attend a free class about the benefits of nutrition and gentle movement at 10:30 a.m.each Tuesday at Pasco Regional Medical Center,13100 Fort King Road in Dade City.For more information,call (727) 643-7159.Conquerors in recovery groupGroups for people with codependency and drug,alcohol and sexual addictions meet at 7 p.m.each Monday at 1854 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.Free immunizations for childrenThe Pasco County Health Department is offering free immunizations for kids up to age 18 at 4717 Airport Road in Zephyrhills from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.Monday through Thursday,and at 13941 15th St.in Dade City. A parent or guardian must accompany the child and bring immunization records.Pasco's quit smoking classPasco Health Department offers classes to help people quit smoking at various locations throughout the county.For more information,call (727) 861-5250 ext.279.Drivers needed for the blindDrivers are needed to take clients to and from rehabilitation classes in a Lighthouse van.The position requires three hours a week. 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