Laker (Zephyrhills edition)

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Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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2010

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United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Zephyrhills
United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
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TheLAKER PARKNEWS OCTOBER 19, 2011 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING GREATER ZEPHYRHILLSFREE INSIDE SENIOR CARESTROLLINGCHURCH AUCTION 7 10 13 17SUN & SEW Officer of the YearAlisa Starnes, left, is presented with an “Officer of the Year Award” by the Sunrise Domestic and Sexual Violence Center’s Terri O’Brien. (Photo by Eugenio Torrens)Tractor time in East PascoDave Ireland, of Arcadia, pops a wheelie at the Tractor Pull in Dade City on October 8 as Lester Fisher, of New Port Richey, wa tches. (Photo by Faith Jordan) More photos on page 3.Patriot Flea Market remains on Chancey RoadBy Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspubs.com The Zephyrhills City County unanimously voted to keep the Patriot Flea Market open for business at Park Place along Chancey Road. The council was concerned about people parking along Chancey to the point it was taking away spots from Sam Pasco Park while also disrupting traffic flow. Zephyrhills development director Todd Vande Berg assured the members there had been no complaints filed. “There had been concerns in the past that people were parking on Chancey, but staff had heard nothing about that,” Vande Berg said. “It can be policed if that becomes a problem.” Paul Correia, managing partner for the Treasure hunters look through tables full of anything and everything at the Patriot Flea Market last year. (File photo) See MARKET, page18 A fresh trimSpanish Trails Senior Park resident Don Coffman shapes his neighbor’s boxwoods to help prepare the winter residence. Coffman has been living there for five years. (Photo by Faith Jordan)

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Gala XVBlack Tie Gala To bene “ t the Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital ZephyrhillsSaddlebrook Resort November 17, 2011 6:00 p.m.Contemporary Jazz Saxophonist and Composer Eric Darius22nd Annual Golf Tournament November 18, 2011Registration 7:00 a.m. Play begins at 8:30 a.m.Please RSVP by November 11, 2011.For more information, or to purchase individual tickets or tables, please call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation oce at 813-783-6144 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 2 Dr. Boholsts experience can help you hold onto your teeth for a lifetime! €Dental director of Close the GapŽ foundation.Which studied how gum disease affects pre-term births.€Clinical Consultant of the revolutionary Periolase laser.Selected by the Periolase manufacturers to teach dentists all over the country about the revolutionary Periolase laser procedure.€Featured on TV and in newspapers Call Dr BoholstToday!813-973-8555 Worried about keeping your teeth for a lifetime?Up to 80%of adults have some type of gum disease, many unknowingly & is the most common reason people lose their teeth. Trust your Familys Smile to a Renowned DENTIST, AUTHOR & LECTURER. New Pat i ent s Welco m e M o s t In s urance Plan s AcceptedConven i ently located by S a m s Club27510 Cashford Circle € Wesley Chapel By Diane Kortus Publisher Before becoming publisher of The Laker, I was a marketing manager for a large corporation for several years. While I enjoyed most aspects of my job, I was often exasperated by how long it took top management to respond to changes in the marketplace that middle managers like myself identified months earlier. It was crazy, I remember thinking, not to implement changes to our products and processes that were so apparent to us in the field. I took that experience with me when I became a business owner. One of the best things about being the owner of a small business like The Laker is the ability to respond quickly to customer requests and to adapt to changes in the field. I don’t need to consult with committees or a board of directors. I listen to my employees and customers and then go with what feels right, which brings me to why I am writing this column — to share with you some changes to your edition of The Laker that were done in response to customer requests. Beginning with today’s paper, The LakerZephyrhills is merging with Park News, our semi-weekly paper for seasonal residents. We are creating a unique community newspaper that combines the best of both papers that is filled with local stories and advertisements that are informative, fun to read and useful for residents in greater Zephyrhills. The Laker/Park News will publish every other Wednesday all year long. Stories will focus on community groups, government news, special events, features about people and businesses, the local arts scene, things to do, health trends and adult recreation. Our merged paper will continue our regular reports from citizen journalists who live in the parks and who write and submit photos about activities and celebrations in their neighborhoods. Many of our correspondents have written for Park News for several years and have the loyal following of readers both inside and outside the parks. We will now continue to cover news from the parks all year long to provide a forum for the estimated 30 percent of our park population who live here much longer than the traditional November–March season.Publishing every other week will keep readers informed about upcoming events and what’s new at local businesses. It also gives our Park News correspondents time to write and gather photos for the next issue.From a business perspective, publishing twice a month gives merchants an affordable way to market their products and services, especially in a down economy when most business owners worry about too many expenses and not enough sales. Taking the The Laker to an every-other-week cycle cuts a business’ advertising expenses by 50 percent. We know from experience that publishing every other week works for both advertisers and readers. Park News has always been a semi-weekly newspaper and is successful, because it is well read and targets people with disposable income who spend their money locally. You can pick up your copy of the new Laker/Park News at more than 90 high-traffic business locations and news boxes in the Zephyrhills and Dade City areas and in the clubhouses and community centers in more than 75 parks. Home delivery continues in select neighborhoods, including the Lake Bernadette subdivision. Most people do not embrace change at first, and I know some of you will miss the weekly frequency of The Laker-Zephyrhills. But I ask that you give us time to show you how we can improve your paper with more stories and photos, because a merged paper allows us to add pages to the paper and also to print more papers for more residents in east Pasco to enjoy. PUBLISHER’S NOTE New format merges The Laker with Park News (813) 909-2800 www.cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWSis published every other week by Community News Publications 1930 Land O Lakes Blvd., Suite 14, Lutz, FL 33549. All mail: P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548. No part of The LAKER/ PARKNEWSmay be reproduced or transmitted in any form by any means without the expressed written permission of the publisher. Subscriptions available at $30 per year payable in advance. EditorEugenio Torrens etorrens@cnewspubs.comPresident/PublisherDiane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comDesign/LayoutMatthew Mistretta Stefanie Burlingame SalesStephanie Stephenson Shelley Ketchum Terri Williamson sales@cnewspubs.com TheLAKER/PARKNEWS

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 3 Festival ‘scares’ up a crowd in Dade CityHector and Janet Moreno help their son, Hector Jr. of Cox Elementary, build a scarecrow while niece and nephew Carla and Angel Rinconada of Centennial Middle School build their own creation. Rebecca Calhoun, of Stewart Middle School, won the race while waiting for the Tractor Pull on to begin on Oct. 9. She beat out Franklin Hunt (on left) of Richland and Brett Calhoun of Woodland Elementary. (Photos by Faith Jordan) Saige Monk of Dade City gets her face painted while her aunt Suzanne Monk tries to keep the hair out of the way on such a windy day. Sue Koranda of the Ridge Manor United Methodist Church is the artist. Lynn Cavall of Dade City holds on tight to her granddaughter Lucy Cavall while she’s on her first pony ride at the Scarecrow Festival.

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SPECIALIZING IN PRE 1964 GOLD & SILVER U.S. COINS Charlies Coins & CollectiblesCharlie Proctor 813-780-1858 5529 8th Street Zephyrhills Gold & Silver at an All Time High! COME VISIT OUR NEW STORE!We Buy and Sell Large or Small Collections20 years in the same locationStop by or call for appointment Bring in this ad and receive an extra 5% for your collection ~OR~ 5% off your purchase of $250 or more Top $$ Paid for Gold & Silver Coins Free Appraisals 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 4 OCTOBER RATES Restaurant Open to the Public Monday-Friday ...................................................................... $18.00 Weekends & Holidays ........................... $24.00 AM $20 after 11AMEvery Day After 3pm $16.00 This coupon not valid during league and tournament play. Proper golf attire required. No denim. All prices include 18 holes and cart. All rates are plus tax. Rates are subject to change. Expires 10-31-11.Tee Times: 352-588-545410641 Old Tampa Bay Drive € San Antonio, FL 33576 (1/4 mile west of I-75 on SR 52) Tampa Bays Most Challenging Par 72 Championship Golf Course B y Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspu b s.co m Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City now has noninvasive surgical option to treat acid reflux disease, the most common cause of heartburn. The new procedure, called Trans-oral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF), is being used by Dr. Pandurangan Krishnaraj, a general surgeon, and Dr. Soloman Singh, a gastroenterologist. Pasco Regional is the first east Pasco County hospital to offer TIF.“The TIF procedure can significantly improve quality of life for our patients,” Krishnaraj said. “(Reflux) is an anatomical problem which needs an anatomical solution. Reflux medications like PPIs (proton pump inhibitors) can help relieve patients’ heartburn symptoms but don’t solve the underlying anatomical problems or prevent further disease progression. Even on PPIs, many patients are still unable to eat the foods they want or have to sleep sitting up to reduce nighttime reflux.” Krishnaraj also said new studies suggest long-term use of such PPIs can lead to problems absorbing minerals such as calcium. Such medications are not needed after TIF treatment. “After the TIF procedure, clinical trials show that most patients can eat and drink foods they avoided for many years,” Krishnaraj said. “Reflux no longer impacts their life like it previously did.” The TIF procedure is based on established principles of surgical repair of the anti-reflux barrier, except it is performed within the body by going through the patient’s mouth. The procedure creates a valve between the stomach and esophagus, which restores the natural way the body prevents the reflux of acid into the esophagus. The procedure is still relatively new but has been widely used during the last few years and has resulted in no long-term problems in patients. Acid reflux is a very common problem, affecting about 60 million Americans each year, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention records.“Recent studies of the TIF procedure have shown that it can reduce patients’ dependency on medications with 79 percent of patients remaining off their daily medications after two years and experiencing a dramatic improvement in their quality of life,” Singh said. “We are very excited to be able to offer our patients the same incredible benefits of more invasive procedures, but without incisions.”Along with eliminating the discomfort of heartburn, the noninvasive nature of TIF allows people to recover from surgery faster because there is no incision, not even the relatively small cut needed for laparoscopic surgery.The fact that TIF requires no cutting of skin or muscle is a relatively new step in surgery. Laparoscopic procedures, while minimally invasive, still create a small incision in order to complete such an operation. For more information on the procedure, call Pasco Regional at (352) 521-1100 or visit www.pascoregionalmc.com.Hospital attacks acid reflux diseaseDr. Pandurangan Krishnaraj Dr. Soloman Singh Brett M. Scotch, DO, FAOCO Paul DiPasquale, DO, FAACSLocations in Wesley Chapel & Zephyrhills813.929.6673www.WesleyChapelENT.com Do you feel like you're on the outside looking in when you'd rather be participating in your favorite activities?Intiga is the super tiny, ultra sleek, highperformance hearing device that's new from Oticon. Its high-speed, sound processing chip allows you to differentiate sounds better, so you'll be able to understand and participate more, even in difficult listening situations. So instead of holding back, get back in the game and en j oy life with your family and friends. Live in the now. Would you rather be hereORHEAR? $500 off a pair of Intiga Aidsgood thru 10-31-11

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Call today See us tomorrow Please call our physician referral line813.779.6482 To see our physician directory, by specialty or location, visit us at mgtb.com Silver Award WinnerTampa Tribune Sneezing. Sniffling. Cough?Whether youre looking for a family practice doctor or specialist, our Medical Group of Tampa Bay physician oces are easily accessible and conveniently located throughout East Pasco County. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 5 Phillip Darrow, right, walks on the Gait Tracker at Rehab Point in Zephryhills. Physical therapist Robert Dragan watches the monitor break down Darrow’s walking habits. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens)By Eugenio Torrens etorrens@cnewspubs.com Phillip Darrow used to have a tough time getting around. The 65-year-old Arbor Oaks resident has neuropathy in his ankles, which means the nerves to his knees and ankles are deteriorating. An on-and-off regiment of steroid infusions for the past four years wasn’t enough. Then a few weeks ago, Darrow started using some new equipment and gradually, he has noticed an improvement. That equipment is available at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital in Tampa or at USF. But now, it is also closer than ever to home. Physical therapist Robert Dragan operates out of an office by the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. He has been in the city since 1995 and established Rehab Point in 1999. “I owe something to the community,” Dragan said. He has helped countless patients with stiff bones, muscle aches and worse. Now he may be able to offer patients an aide into the future — minimizing future risks. That’s thanks to the Biodex Balance SD and the Gait Trainer machines housed in his facility. Although the names may sound intimidating, the Biodex Balance SD is a simple-looking machine, upon which the patient stands and engages in a series of games that test motor coordination. The Gait Trainer looks like any state-ofthe-art treadmill, but it is noticeably low and flat to the ground, and it tracks the walking patterns of the patients in an attempt to maximize the body’s most efficient manner of stride. Roughly two weeks into using Dragan’s new equipment, Darrow noticed a difference. “I didn’t think I could do it,” Darrow said about first stepping on the Biodex Balance SD. “My stability has gotten better. My balance has gotten better also. It takes your mind off what you’re doing.” The mental aspect is part of the reason Dragan said the Biodex Balance SD and Gait Trainer are so effective. “It actually requires much more thinking,” Dragan said. “You are involved. It’s not the repeating exercises. A lot of patients come in here, they want me to give them, you know ‘Just give me exercises at home, and I’m going to do it. I’m just going to repeat this 15-20 repetitions, and I’ll be fine.’ No, you will be not fine.” It has been so productive that Darrow has recommended it to different people in addition to posting brochures about Rehab Point at his mobile home park. As for the Gait Trainer, Darrow said he’s still getting used to it, but that it too, is helping. “It’s showing me how to move my hips and get the gait in the right perspective,” Darrow said.Before the Gait Trainer, Darrow used to exercise his ankles just by walking around. It was all he could really do. He wished he had been privy to the technology weeks ago. One of the vital aspects of Dragan’s new machines is their intuition — they are not only meant to illustrate weaknesses in balance or walking strides, but also to improve physical habits. After Darrow saw his results on the Gait Trainer, he has tried adapting the walking habits the trainer suggested to his habitual walking routine. Dragan said his new equipment could eventually reduce health care cost by improving overall safety for senior citizens. “We would like to save this money for Medicare later on,” Dragan said. “If we can decrease the cost of the health care by decreasing the risk and all these costs of complications, we will be much better.” Dragan said if people learn their limitations, they can learn to prevent them as well as how to deal and improve upon them. “The more you’re afraid to fall, the faster you fall,” Dragan said. “Unfortunately, that’s how it works.” Although this experiment is still in its infancy, Dragan hasn’t been shortsighted. He doesn’t plan to limit the abilities of this technology to seniors only. He predicts it could be particularly beneficial to high school athletes as well. “Unfortunately, there is always somebody who gets injured,” Dragan said. He noted football, volleyball, soccer and track and field athletes as ones who could get the most out of this. Dragan hopes by working with coaches that he can bring the program to Pasco and Zephyrhills high schools. Rehab Point Inc. is located at 38026 Medical Center Ave. in Zephyrhills. For more information, visit www.rehabpoint.com or call (813) 779-8829. Phillip Darrow plays a game testing his balance. The goal is to move the cursor along the path of dots. The player’s movement dictates the cursor’s path. New equipment offers glimpse into healthier future

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 6 By Jim Morvatz Southfork Mobile Home Park When the snowbirds left Southfork this spring the residents left behind did not just kick back and hide in their homes all summer. This summer proved to be quite interesting with several changes and activities.Our park manager, Norm Spence, retired in April and a new couple was hired to take his place. John and Sandi Bartoszek took over the reins as the new park managers on May 10 and got off to a good start by undertaking a renovation of our clubhouse removing the old carpet, laying a new ceramic tile floor and replacing the acoustical ceiling panels. These were much needed improvements and the result makes our clubhouse look fresh and new. John and Sandi have also undertaken many other improvements, such as mulching our common area plantings and flower beds, replacing the seats at the shuffleboard courts, sprucing up the pool area with a new sail type of additional shade for a once-very-sunny corner and rearranging the RV storage area to gain more space. The Bartoszeks have also planned for additional open houses to offer homes that are vacant for sale to interested buyers. Southfork at any time has about 12-18 houses for sale. These houses are all a little over 10 years old and most are in very good condition.The clubhouse renovation was finished just a few days prior to the Fourth of July so in order to celebrate that event, a flag-raising ceremony was held by the new managers at our community flag pole which was followed by a barbecue dinner being served in our “new” clubhouse. In June the Southfork Men’s Club took an entourage of men and toured the Yuengling brewery in Tampa, which was followed, of course, by a sampling of their products. Dinner at a Greek restaurant in Tampa followed. Our horseshoe pits also saw some action as a few couples took to the courts to try their “pitching” skills. After about four weeks of stiff muscles and much sweat, it was decided to pursue that age-old sport when it just wasn’t so hot. Plans are in the works for a fall and winter league to be established. August’s main entertainment was a combination potluck dinner with our neighbors from Blue Jay followed by a rousing game of Corn Toss. After an admission fee of $3 per person, it was decided to split the money in half and give it to the two winning teams, so each winner took home a cool $57. The bloodmobile visited twice during the summer months and will return again in November. Organizers of that event are thinking about challenging nearby parks to meet or exceed Southfork’s donations with a floating trophy going to the park with the most pints collected. Southfork is proud to be a donor and asks that other parks schedule a bloodmobile at your park so that you too may “Give The Gift Of Life.”September had us back at the clubhouse for a breakfast aptly called “Stuffin’ Your Muffin” with egg and sausage croissants, which turned out to be quite tasty. Our Labor Day event was an afternoon potluck with chicken provided by our homeowner’s association. “A Luau In Lieu Of Halloween” has been organized by the association for Sunday, Oct. 30 and is planned to be one our major events for the fall season with a Polynesianstyle meal being served at the pool and then followed by a hula dance competition and other Hawaiian style games being played. Many other events are also scheduled for later in the year and around the holidays.The Southfork Mobile Homeowner’s Association is a very active group of dedicated members who give unselfishly of their own time so that other members of our community can really proudly say that they live in one of Florida’s premier active 55-plus communities. SOUTHFORK MOBILE HOME PARK Winners of the Southfork Corn Toss Tournament pose. The two winning teams pocketed $57. From left, Katy Gallick, Bob Downs, Faye Gallagher and Mike Gallagher. (Photo courtesy of Jim Morvatz)Southfork hosts slew of summer activities GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS $125 for 5 weeks Starts Tues 11/18 € 6:30pm (Vaccine Record Required)Pet Supermaket, 18445 U.S. Hwy 41 N., LutzFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations € Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 € www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills € 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic  Veterinarians  Grooming  Breeding  Training  Supplies  Pet Sitters  Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 € 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMING’Pet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet! Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the Week P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 7 You dont plan for a stroke, we do!If you or a loved one is experiencing signs of a stroke, get to Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Emergency Department quickly. We exceed the American Stroke Association & Joint Commission standards for stroke care. Visit www.fhzeph.org to learn the signs of a stroke. 2011 Top Hospitalas voted by the Tampa Tribune Pasco Readers Emergency Department Our Goal: No Wait American Stroke Association Guidelines Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Achievements Stroke Alert called within 15 minutes of patient arrival 5 minutes Alert to CT 25 minutes 10 minutes CT scan read by radiologist 45 minutes Immediately Door to t-PA60 minutes (clot busting drug) Under 45 minutes Neuroscience Institute(813) 788-0411 fhzeph.org/stroke By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com When 83-year-old Shirley Stemler had a total hip replacement, she knew she’d need some extra help during her recovery. She turned to Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco for help. The private company, based in Wesley Chapel, provides various services aimed at helping people remain in their homes, instead of going to a healthcare facility. Stemler, who lives in Dade City, was delighted to have that option. “I was very, very pleased,” she said. “The fact that I could come home and not have to go somewhere else when I left the hospital was important to me.” She turned to the service to help her with practical matters. “I had them come basically for the mornings,” she said. They helped her with sponge baths, cleaning chores and preparing meals. “One gal, M.J., when she finished helping me she went into the kitchen, cleaned my cupboards, my refrigerator – stuff I hadn’t done. I was in a lot of pain for the two months before I had surgery. She really went above and beyond.” Stemler only used the service for five or six days, but she was pleased she could go home immediately from the hospital. “The good thing is, you’re home. I like my own home. I’m more comfortable in my own surroundings,” said Stemler, while sitting in her home, surrounded by artwork and photographs on the wall and other personal mementoes. Michele and Lynelle Bonneville are coowners of Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco, which is based at 29149 Chapel Park Drive in Wesley Chapel. The company’s service area is bounded by US 41 on the west and by county lines on the east, north and south. Another franchise office Home Instead Senior Care West Pasco, is owned by Joy and Howard Cook, and serves people living in Pasco County west of US 41. Michele said her business service ranges from as little as one day a week for three hours to 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The rates vary. In general, the rate ranges from $17.75 an hour for a homemaker companion to $200 for a 12-hour shift. Michele, a former nurse practitioner and pharmaceutical sales representative, said she had retired from those professions and was looking for something new. She attended a franchise expo in Miami where she found out about Home Instead and knew immediately it was the niche for her. As America’s population ages, these kinds of services will become increasingly important, Michele said. About 5.3 million Americans were afflicted by Alzheimer’s, according to 2010 statistics compiled by the Alzheimer’s Association. Michele said she was drawn to the franchise because of its solid track record and reputation but was also attracted by its mission. “It’s like a calling, because I do want to change the face of aging,” Michele said. In addition to her medical background, she also has a degree in anthropology. “I have been around the world, and I have seen other cultures,” she said. She understands why extended families are so important in helping a society to function, she said. “But it (the extended family) is fractured in our society.” The majority of her clients are people between the ages of 45 and 65 who are the children of seniors and who live far away, Michele said. They know their parents need care, but they are not here to provide it, she said. “We provide peace of mind. I provide updates, little progress reports. Lots of times it’s good news and sometimes it’s with concerns, ‘Well, we see this happening, maybe we should think about this.’” In some cases, her staff can provide an alert that can lead to an earlier diagnosis and intervention, Michele said. “We have one client, I see signs of dementia, but she’s never been diagnosed with it and she’s not on medication. “I had a talk with her daughter, and she’s now going to ask her physician to work her mom up.” As people age, their memory can fade. “We lose our sense of time,” Michele said. “It becomes hard to discern different days of the week and times of the day. The biggest impact it has is on their medication regimen. “Either they don’t take their medications or some days they will double or triple up, and it ends up in a hospital admission.” Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco County provides medication reminders. “We do focus on the client. We don’t go in and do the tasks, like make the meals for them. If we can, we keep the client engaged as much as possible. ‘Come, help me fix lunch.’ ‘Come help me fix dinner.’ “We’ll snap beans together or fold laundry together,” she said. If the client can’t perform a household task, her staff will do it for them. “We will clean, do the laundry for them, strip the beds. They don’t have the strength to strip the beds or vacuum sometimes.” They’ll transport clients to doctor’s appointments and go in with them to see the doctor, taking notes to pass along to family members.“Sometimes there is clutter in the house, there are papers everywhere. We may sit down and help them get them organized or work with a family member to get them organized.”Soon, the company will be launching an Alzheimer’s program. There’s a huge need to help caregivers learn how to cope with that, she said. “We will be offering family training for the community for free,” she said. Michele has hired about 25 part-time employees to serve her company’s clients. Each of those employees has undergone a background check and a motor vehicle records check. They also undergo a drug and alcohol screening and are subject to random tests. The company provides training for its staff, Michele said. “They have to have a caring heart and they have to be reliable and dependable,” Michele said. Home Instead Senior CareEast Pasco: (813) 991-7524 West Pasco: (727) 845-5819Recovery business motto: ‘There’s no place like home’ Michele Bonneville is co-owner of the Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco, along with her daughter, Lynelle. Shirley Stemler appears on page 1. (Photos by B.C. Manion)

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Test drive a vehicle, learn about the great cars built by Ford and the best part raise money for Pasco & Zephyrhills High Schools! FREE Hotdogs,Hamburgers & DrinksTHE 9 MILE WAR Zephyrhills Bulldogs vs. Pasco Pirates starts at Jarrett Ford Lincoln352-567-671138300 Dick Jarrett WayJust off us Hwy 98 By-Pass Dade CityShop online 24/7 at www.jarrettforddadecity.com The Drive One 4 UR School program helps local schools raise money to support their sports and extracurricular activities. Jarrett Ford Lincoln in Dade City is partnering with Pasco & Zephyrhills High Schools to conduct a "test drive fundraising event." For all valid test drives completed, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to Pasco & Zephyrhills High Schools up to $12,000! So the more people who test drive a Ford at this event, the more money can be raised! Stop in at Jarrett Ford Lincoln at 38300 Dick Jarrett Way Fri., Oct. 28th & Sat., Oct. 29th from 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 8

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ENTERTAINMENT FLORIDA HOSPITAL GALAContemporary jazz saxophonist and composer Eric Darius will headline Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation’s Annual Gala XV. This year’s gala supports the hospital’s new Breast Health Center and will take place Thursday, Nov. 17 at Saddlebrook Resort’s Grand Pavilion. The gala begins at 6 p.m. and individual tickets are $150. For more information or sponsorship opportunities, call the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation office at (813) 783-6144. SKIRMISH AT CHIPCO CROSSINGWitness a re-enactment of the war skirmish at Chipco Crossing at the Pioneer Florida Museum, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday, Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to the closing of campus. Pioneer Florida Museum is located off US 301 at 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City. Tickets are $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and free for ages 5 and younger. It is recommended to bring your own seating. For more information, call (352) 567-0262 or visit www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org. HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOODZephyrhills High is continuing its annual homecoming tradition with a “Hooray for Hollywood” themed parade on Friday, Oct. 21, followed by the Bulldogs’ game against Ridgewood High at 7:30 p.m. The Zephyrhills Main Street parade will begin at 1 p.m. Organizations, groups or clubs are welcome to join students. The entry fee is $10 per organization. Call Zephyrhills High School if you have any questions at (813) 794-6100. For entry fees and forms, email SDavey@pasco.k12.fl.us. HALLOWEEN HOWLMain Street Zephyrhills is hosting its Halloween Howl event in downtown Zephyrhills on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 4-9 p.m. Halloween Howl is the annual safe option for trick or treating. Sponsors and door prizes are needed. The event is sponsored by local businesses and is a family event. For more information, call (813) 7801414, visit www.mainstreetzephyrhills.org. or email Gina Granger at gina.granger@mainstreetzephyrhills.org. CHURCH FALL FESTIVALSDade City Christian Church and Zephyr Christian Church are hosting a fall festival at 1800 Windsorwood Blvd. in Dade City on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 3-6 p.m. The event is free and open to everyone. There will be food, games and entertainment. CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTLifeChoices Women’s Care will hold its inaugural “Golf for Life” charity golf tournament on Saturday, Oct. 22. The tournament will take place at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club in Wesley Chapel. Fees are $75 per golfer and covers greens fees, range balls, door prizes, contests, goodie bags, dinner and awards. All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary. For more information about participating as a golfer or sponsor, contact GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org, call (813) 948-7734 or contact Tom Beach directly at (813) 333-3543. EVENTS VETERANS CAR WASHOn Thursday, Nov. 10, veterans and service personnel can get their cars washed for free as a thank-you gesture. The offer is valid only on Nov. 10, the day before Veterans Day. There will be two locations for free car washes; one is the E-Z Clean Car Wash at 13010 US 301 in Dade City and the other is the Express Wash located at 5542 Gall Blvd. in Zephyrhills. E-Z Clean Car Wash is open 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. on Thursday and Express Wash is open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Thursday. For more information, call (352) 567-9494 or visit www.ezcleanwash.com.SUNDANCE CHRISTMAS BAZAARThe Sundance Park Women’s Club is having a Christmas bazaar at the Sundance Mobile Home Park clubhouse on CR 54 in Zephyrhills on Saturday, Dec. 3 from 8 a.m.noon. The Sundance Park Women’s Club is sponsoring the event, and there will be tables of crafts, jewelry, baked goods, white elephant treasures and more. Call Rae Anderson at (813) 355-3214 to reserve your table. Outside vendors are always welcome, and the public is invited.EAST PASCO MEET UPThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet at the IHOP, 13100 US 301 in Dade City, at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 20. There will be a speaker from the Dade City Pasco County Emergency Management Department who will be speaking on emergency preparedness. All retired school personnel and friends are welcome. For information, contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 7884980.GARDEN CLUB TEAThe Dade City Garden Club is hosting a fall membership tea on Sunday, Oct. 30 from 35 p.m. at the Garden Club located at 13630 Fifth St. in Dade City. There will be an opportunity to meet garden club members and tour the building and grounds. There will be floral design, gardening, landscaping, civic projects, environmental issues, children’s planning and more. In addition to tea and scones, there will be appetizers and desserts. Admission is free, but if you plan to attend RSVP to Sheila Seme at (813) 780-8841.GREETING CARD CLASSTime to get started on your holiday greeting cards. There will be greeting card classes every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at Bentley Commons beginning on Thursday, Oct. 20. Bentley Commons is located at Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. All materials are provided except for sharp scissors and adhesives. Reservations are a must as classes are limited to eight members. Call Peggy, an independent Stampin’ Up demonstrator at (352) 206-0277 to save your spot. STRIDES AGAINST BREAST CANCERJoin Clarity MedSpa in a 3.2-mile walk to raise money for the American Cancer Society. Registration is at 8 a.m., and the walk starts at 9 a.m. If you’re unable to make it but still want to support the cause, donate to Team Clarity online. The walk will be on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. at the Shoppes at Wiregrass. To join the team or donate, visit www.putonyourpinkbra.com/pasco; in the “Find a team” space, enter “Clarity MedSpa.” For more information, call Robyn Liska at (800) 940-1969 or email robyn.liska@cancer.org. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT PIGZ IN Z’HILLS FESTIVALThe second annual Pigz in Z’Hills BBQ and Blues Festival will take place on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. There will be a sanctioned barbecue cook-off, blues music, children’s activities, vendors, a classic car show and arts and crafts. There will also be $6,000 in cash prizes. The festivities will happen at Krusen Field, 4626 Krusen Field Road in Zephyrhills. Admission is $5 and kids 12 and younger get in free. For more information, contact (813) 782-1913. YARD SALE CORNER FLEA MARKET AND BAKE SALETimber Lake Estates is welcoming back its winter residents with its bi-annual Park Wide Flea Market and Bake Sale on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. There will be donuts and coffee, followed by the Belly Buster hot dog meal. There will be a Chinese auction as well along with craft booths and yard sales. GRAND HORIZONS RUMMAGE SALEThere will be a community sale on Saturday, Oct. 22. The sale will take place at the new community center, and there will be a bake and a rummage sale. Gently used items, such as household items, exercise equipment, luggage, tools and more, will be on sale. Grand Horizons is located at 7645 Green Slope Drive in Zephyrhills. SOUTHFORK CARPORT SALESouthfork’s annual park-wide carport sale will take place on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 8 a.m.-noon. Many homes are participating and there will be unique and like-new items for sale, including household goods and tools for sale. 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The Children’s Outreach Program Effort, which is affiliated with the Wesley Chapel Seventh-Day Adventist Church, has amassed an eclectic collection of items to sell at its auction on Nov. 6. There’s a boat, a Jacuzzi, quilts and antique picture frames and furniture. There’s wedgewood, carnival glass and crystal. There’s a rug shampooer, a Singer sewing machine, golf clubs, lamps, collectibles, appliances, jewelry, coins, watches and tools. One gentleman cleared out his tool business and donated a lot of items to the auction, said Janet Chubinsky, director of the volunteer children’s outreach group. The church, at the edge of Zephyrhills, helps children in need throughout East Pasco County. “We’ve got 1,000 sockets,” she said, she’s hoping those and other tools will attract people with a mechanical bent. There are gift certificates, as well — to local restaurants, golf courses and salons. Those can be a good bargain, Chubinsky noted. The church helps children in need throughout East Pasco County. This is the first year its COPE outreach program is having an auction, but if things go well, it will become an annual event, Chubinsky said. The group provides new shoes, new clothing, medicine, food, toys and support services to children in need. Group members also make pajama bottoms, which are donated to hospitals, to help provide comfort and dignity to children. The program often helps the children “who fall through the cracks,” said Chubinsky, who organized similar auctions when she lived in Tennessee. One child the group is helping is an infant that requires special formula because her mother used drugs during her pregnancy. Two others are children of a single mom who can’t afford to buy new clothing for her son or diapers for her baby, Chubinsky said. The group, which began serving East Pasco children in May 2010, is helping about 25 kids now. Its goal is to double that number, Chubinsky said. The organization aims to supply each child it helps with at least three changes of clothing and one new pair of shoes. In addition to the clothing, the organization provides toiletries and hygiene items as needed, offer a Bible and will provide a blanket and stuffed toy when necessary. The group also provides school supplies, when resources permit. In addition to raising money that will be spent directly on children, the group is also hoping to use some of the proceeds to help purchase a building. The program has outgrown the trailer it has been using and needs to find a building to provide office space and storage, Chubinsky said.The auction is being conducted by Evan Minck, a professional auctioneer who has donated his services. There will likely be some very good bargains, Chubinsky said.“Our auctioneer said that everything will go. Some of the box lots, we might only get a dollar or three dollars, but they will go. We don’t want anything left out there,” Chubinsky said. And, besides bidding on items, patrons can grab a bite to eat. Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soft drinks and baked goods also will be available for purchase, Chubinsky said. Chubinsky said the organization hopes to raise at least $6,000 from the event. The group is still accepting donated items to sell, and Chubinsky is grateful for the community’s generosity to date. “God has blessed us,” she said. “We’re 100 percent volunteers, so all of the money goes to the children.” Charity AuctionWhen: Sunday, Nov. 6; Preview begins at 11 a.m.; auction starts at 1 p.m. and continues until everything is sold. Where: Wesley Chapel Seventh Day Adventist Church, 33520 SR 54 in Zephyrhills Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soda and baked goods also will be available for purchase. How you can help—Donate food, new shoes, clothing, material and elastic for pajama bottoms, thread, ribbon, new toys, games, cash. —Become a volunteer —Provide dental and medical services —Provide a space which the program can use for an office and for storage. For more information, call Janet Chubinsky at (352) 668-4397 or Naomi Philipp at (813) 395-6084 These Children Outreach Program Effort volunteers play a vital role in helping children in East Pasco who might otherwise fall through the cracks. The volunteers, from left to right are: Lucille Thomas, Harley Thomas, Nel Gato, Janet Chubinsky, Della Molton, George Harlan and Esther Vance.Church auction aims to help East Pasco children in need Here’s a few of the interesting or unusual items that will be up for auction at an event that’s bound to have many bargains, says Janet Chubinsky, one of the event’s organizers. (Photos by B.C. Manion)

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 11 By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons While the summer months continue, Marty and I are still in Connecticut trying to enjoy ourselves with a few mini trips plus some social activities with our friends and some events at the Senior Citizens. We try and keep busy, but I still like to keep in touch with our friends and neighbors at Grand Horizons in Florida. Even though the community center is completed, it is not yet ready for occupancy (as of this writing) as there are still a few things that have to be done. The latest news is, it is open. The residents are like a family and thereby keep themselves busy. In addition to the activities that go on once a month or even weekly, such as Dominoes, Mah Jongg, a luncheon group for all, book club meetings, social club meetings, Ladies Lunch Bunch and Ladies of Grand Horizon lunch, they also have “special” functions. One such special occasion included a Labor Day picnic that was held on Sept. 5 in the driveway of Luella and Bob Wheeling. They have a spacious driveway where several tables could be set up and anyone who attends the picnic sits here to enjoy the picnic and the gentle breeze. This particular day turned out to be clear with a slight wind, which made it delightful. I was told about the lovely gust of wind from several people who attended the picnic. Luella Wheeling and Nancy Martin were good enough to give me some description of this event and according to what they both told me, they even had a little entertainment when a bird came to a bird feeder to the delight of many viewers, and later there was also a lovely rainbow. Nancy went on to say that since this was a potluck, there were many different and delicious dishes. This was confirmed by Luella and said that some of the different dishes included candied carrots, potato salad (three different kinds), interesting tuna and meat dishes, vegetables, a dish with orange slices and so much more. There were several kinds of desserts that included cookies, apple pies, pumpkin pies and a cake covered with whipped cream.By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons Marty and I wanted to get away and do something different, so Marty planned a trip to Kutztown, Pa. We left on the morning of July 5 at 5:45 a.m. We took a nice leisurely drive through Connecticut, New York and New Jersey and eventually came to our designated stop. We passed some signs welcoming us to the yearly fair that usually runs the first week of July. The parking lots were filled to capacity with cars from all over the world. Many people came here for a day of fun, entertainment and all sorts of food. The aroma of pretzels, funnel cakes, waffles, roasted pigs and much more drifted in the air. It was pure heaven. There were so many shows, but since we were here before we decided on six main shows. In the first show we heard traditional Pennsylvania Dutch music. The music had everyone clapping their hands and stomping their feet. People sitting on the benches could actually feel the vibration while people were doing this. Next we heard a story about the Pennsylvania Dutch and the Civil War. This was very interesting and informative. We saw these first two shows at the Seminar Stage. There were several tents that displayed many crafts and beautiful quilts were hung on the walls. It was fun looking at all the beautiful things that were made locally. The next four shows were seen at the main stage. Each was better then the other. We saw a show that had dialect humor. Bill Meck and Leroy Brown put this show on, and they both were quite interesting. The following show was the Blue Mountain Junction and this was quite lively. We were almost dancing at our seats and some people were. After this show, what I was waiting for finally came. It was an Old Time Country Auction and even though we didn’t bid on anything, it was “something else” to watch. The way the auctioneer held the bidding was quite fascinating. It was a sight to see and hear. Some of the items they had for bidding were old-time kitchen supplies such as a wooden rolling pin, a juicer (that we had when we were kids), several trivets, recipes by the Amish and so much more. There was an old oak chair and some small tables and a beautiful afghan. Grand Horizons completed a renovation of its community center, pictured above. (Photos courtesy Helene Rubenstein)A Labor Day picnic and more at Grand Horizons GRAND HORIZONS (It’s getting me hungry). There may have been more but this was what was relayed to me, and I was also told that 44 people attended and all seemed to have a good time. They had such a terrific time that after the meal they stayed around and talked and, thereby, digested the food and got to know one another better. This is how the friendship grows among all the neighbors. As I said before, it is like a family. During the summer the new community center was being worked on and Nancy and Eugene Martin were good enough to send some pictures. I couldn’t do it any justice by describing it as it is gorgeous and ever so large. Now that the rooms have the doors on them, I can just visualize the different projects that are being worked on. Between the exercises, card games, knitting groups and more, the place will be bustling with activity.We went to the final show of the day and this was a 45-minute concert by the Seasons. The show consisted of harps and other string instruments. There was a girl that sang and what a lovely voice she had. Just like an angel. We wanted to stay and see another show, but it was not only getting late in the day but the heat was getting to us. So we decided to drive to our motel for the night. Tomorrow was another day.The next morning, after getting ready for a new day, we had a nice breakfast and set forth for a drive to Easton, Pa. where we went to the National Canal Museum. This consisted of four floors and each floor had all sorts of artifacts and life-like models. On the second floor they had a display of how a boat moves through a lock. In another corner of the room, they had a hands-on display, and the people got to move their own boat. It was loads of fun. On the third floor, they had a presentation of how Crayola Crayons were made. It was quite interesting, and when we left the presentation room, we saw a creative studio where youngsters could be seen creating a picture with lots of different color crayons and markers. A good time was had by all that were participating. On the fourth floor, you can see different things, like structures, created by blocks, tin of some kind and much more. Once completed with the museum, we continued on to Hugh Moore Park. This was a picnic facility that had benches, picnic tables, grills and a playground. It was very peaceful and you could see all the small gatherings of parents and children having a picnic or throwing a Frisbee on this lovely day. What Marty and I went to was the Josiah White II, a boat cruise that went a few miles down the Lehigh Canal that was connected with the Delaware Canal to Philadelphia. The interesting and unique part of this trip was the fact that the boat was pulled by mules. The woman who was the narrator of this trip gave us a little trivia about mules. For instance, she mentioned that a mule is part horse and part donkey. All in all it was a fun trip that everyone enjoyed. We had a full day once again and started for Connecticut. Everything went fine until we hit Danbury, or, at least, close to it. That is when, wham, we hit a traffic jam unlike any that I ever saw. The traffic went on for a few hours but only a few miles. But eventually it cleared and we got home. It’s funny, but our beds never felt so good and we were only gone for one night.Kutztown offers entertaining, informative sights

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company that owns Park Place, said the developer has limited access to the flea market from the northern entrance off SR 54. The developer also has added turn lanes and speed control measures to the southern entrance to help with any congestion issues. In addition, the three lots the flea market uses have been moved deeper inside the property, giving people more places to park their vehicles, according to Correia. The agreement allows the flea market to stay in place, but Correia said it is far from permanent. “The rent from that market doesn’t cover costs,” Correia said. He then added, “We can’t rely on it to keep us going. It barely covers the cost of property taxes for a year. In a perfect world, I’d love to have a market like that somewhere.” The property has major infrastructure like sewer, water and electrical service. Correia said other groups have looked into using the property, but the down economy turns many away. “We’ll probably have to find an end user, someone with a specific building they have to build and can’t (do) it anywhere else,” Correia said. “We may be a couple of years ahead of getting things done when and if this economy returns.” The market has been operating at the industrial park near US 98 since 2009 from October through March when the seasonal residents are in east Pasco County. Vendor records from last year show people from Zephyrhills, Dade City, Lacoochee, Wesley Chapel, Land O’ Lakes, Lutz and New Tampa set up booths at the park last year. Along with arts and crafts, the flea market has carnival-style food and live entertainment. For more information, visit www.patriotfleamarket.com. (813) 788-0411 fhzeph.orgYou dont plan for an emergency, we do!Whether you had minor mishap or are experiencing a serious illness, our board certi“ed 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 nations lowest mortality rates. Saving Lives. 2011 Top Hospitalas voted by the Tampa Tribune Pasco Readers Emergency Department Our Goal: No Wait 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 18 The Patriot Flea Market began this year on Oct. 11 and is open each Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. (File photo) Patriot Flea MarketLocation: Park Place on Chancey Road Days: Tuesdays and Thursday Hours: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Phone: (813) 715-4836 MARKET, from page 1 10301 U S 301 Dade C i ty,FL 813-230-2380www.JLP M OTOR S PORT S .CO MRV's need routine brake system maintenance. This can be done by testing yourself or taken to your local qualified service technician. Routine maintenance can also prevent costly repairs. When doing an inspection after being driven, things to look for would be: excessive heat on one wheel and not the other or you may have noticed a change in the pressure of the brake pedal when applying the brakes. The brake fluid absorbs moisture from the air through the master cylinder cap. This lowers the boiling point which can cause damaging corrosion to brake components or even brake failure. When the brakes are ran hard, such as a long trips, the contaminated fluid can boil and cause the pedal to go to the floor in extreme cases. Break fluid should be changed every other year. Have your system flushed and install fresh high temperature fluid. Please contact Jasen or Max at JLP Motorsports with any questions you may have or make an appointment for a brake inspection. RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips RV Tech Tips

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Call today See us tomorrow Please call our physician referral line813.779.6482 To see our physician directory, by specialty or location, visit us at mgtb.com Silver Award WinnerTampa Tribune Aches. Pains. Strains?Whether youre looking for a family practice doctor or specialist, our Medical Group of Tampa Bay physician oces are easily accessible and conveniently located throughout East Pasco County. The LAKER / Lutz NEWS 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS October 19, 2011 20 Florida looks to protect infants from prescription abuseBy Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspubs.com The Florida Legislature is creating a task force unlike any other to combat prescription drug abuse in the state. The statewide group will examine the effects on newborn babies of mothers who abused prescription pain pills while carrying a child. This causes the infant to become addicted to the drugs. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said the goal of the force is to not only understand the scope of the problem, but also the cost of caring for such infants dealing with neonatal withdrawal, the long-term effects and identifying ways to prevent abuse by expectant mothers. “I have seen firsthand the most vulnerable victims of prescription drug abuse, and we must do everything we can to protect these newborns,” Bondi said. “A thorough examination of this emerging problem now will help us develop sound prevention strategies for the future.”No estimates exist to measure the number of babies born in Florida with an addiction to prescription drugs, but those who work in neonatal units have noticed an increase.Dr. Kenneth Solomon, neonatologist and director of the neonatal intensive care unit of St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital in Tampa, said the facility has seen an increase in the number of newborns suffering from withdrawal.Solomon said neonatal withdrawal syndrome “is a collection of problems that will occur in a newborn that has been exposed to addictive drugs while in the womb. Symptoms of withdrawal include: fever, seizures, blotchy skin, incessant shrill cries, respiratory problems and extreme sensitivity to sounds and light.” The Tampa Bay area has become one of the epicenters for the prescription drug abuse problem in the state. The Florida Medical Examiners Commission’s statistics show that of the 2,710 deaths attributed to prescription drug abuse last year, 1,150 were from people in Pasco, Hillsborough or Pinellas counties.“If this epidemic is not slowed, and then reversed, the risk to the well-being of women and their children and medical costs associated with expectant mothers and newborns will continue to rise,” Bondi said.Solomon will help the task force by contributing data and experience gained while working with infants going through withdrawal. “At St. Joseph’s Women’s Hospital, we are working to provide the necessary newborn infant treatment while educating parents about the special needs of these babies,” Solomon said. “We’re eager to collaborate on local and statewide initiatives that target maternal early identification and provide prenatal treatment that can help prevent needless suffering.”Darkest side of pain pill problem Members of the task force—Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi —Florida Surgeon General Dr. Frank Farmer —Elizabeth Dudek, Secretary, Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Secretary —Gerald Bailey, Commissioner, Florida Department of Law Enforcement

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