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 DECEMBER 14, 2011 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING GREATER ZEPHYRHILLSFREE INSIDE NIGHT PARADEA WILD LIFEQUILTERS CLUB 3 18 20GIVING THANKS 10 By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comMikey Smith had one motivating factor for his 1,400 pushups. He was pushing for his cousin, Ryan Smith. I just look back at his life while Im pushing, Mikey said. Mikey was one of dozens of Zephyrhills High wrestlers cranking out pushups in a 1-hour span at the inaugural Ryan Smith PushUp-A-Thon to raise money for the schools Special Olympics. Bulldogs wrestling coach Mike Smith, Mikeys father and Ryans uncle, set up the event to benefit a good cause as well as to remember Ryan, who died from pneumonia on April 12, 2010. Mike only told Ryans parents about the event three weeks ahead of time. It was a little overwhelming for me, said Darci Smith, Ryans mother. (Mike) put things together so fast, added Paul Smith, Ryans father. Hes so dedicated. Its really nice. Its really nice. They were best friends. Hes been a terrific uncle for Ryan. Ryan, who had Down syndrome, was an avid Special Olympics golfer, bicyclist and basketball player. He was the light of our family. He always could make you smile, laugh any time you were in a sad or upset mood. Hed be right up in there doing the pushups or cheering on the pushups, Darci said. He would think this was a pretty cool thing. But beyond participating, Ryan had an unwavering passion for wrestling WWE in particular. Its not too surprising when you consider Paul wrestled from seventhgrade up to his senior year in high school in Ann Arbor, Mich. You could name The Rock, and he could tell you where hes from, how much he weighed, what his height was, what he wrestled, what college he went to. He could do that with all the wrestlers, Darci said. His favorite professional wrestlersPushups for a good cause Junior Chris Allen churned out 835 pushups as part of the first ever Ryan Smith PushUp-A-Thon at Zephyrhills High to raise money for the schools Special Olympics. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) See PUSHUPS, page 6 Tough Mudders invade Little EvergladesLittle Everglades Ranch hosted about 10,000 Tough Mudders Dec. 3-4, and no one went home with clean sneakers. Early in the competition, runners must jump into a large container filled with colored ice cube water. See more photos, page 2.Reindeer duoSara Lawson, left, and Linda Jenson were instrumental in putting together the parks Christmas Bazaar, the largest event of the year for the Womens Club at Sundance. See story and photos, page12.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 2 Angel Boy gets some libation after the tough 12-mile competition.A muddy time was had by all Six-year-old Alexander Barnes, of Brooksville, gives the keg throw a try with the help of volunteer Justin Lutz, of St. Petersburg, at the Tough Mudder Event held on Dec. 3-4 at the Little Everglades Ranch. (Photos by Faith Jordan) The participants run with wet shoes after running through the pond. It must be difficult to balance the cheese while running a 12-mile course that was designed by the British Special Forces. Tough Mudder competitors end their run getting wet and running through lines filled with 10,000 volts of electricity.A Tough Mudder is a 10-12 mile obstacle course that combines fun and camaraderie with a test of strength, stamina and grit. The course was designed by British Special Forces, but Tough Mudders dont take themselves too seriously. A festival atmosphere surrounds the event, with some participants camping out the whole weekend and kiosks offering mudder tattoos. There are awards for costumes and toughest mullet and Mohawk. The post-party is almost as big a draw as the race. Tough Mudder raises funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. For more information on Tough Mudder e-mail info@toughmudder.com. To get over 12-foot walls and through underground mud tunnels, youll need teammates to give you a boost and a push. Tough Mudders are team players who make sure no one gets left behind.

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FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED813-779-4445www.CornerstoneAirFla.com SALES SERVICE INSTALLATIONLicensed Bonded &Insured Lic# CAC 1816647 ARated BBB A/C CompanySERVING OUR CUSTOMERS WITH QUALITY,HONESTY & INTEGRITY GET YOUR SYSTEM CLEANING AND CHECKUP FOR$49.95Limited T ime $20 OFF Service Call w/ Repair FREE ESTIMATES FOR NEW SYSTEMS CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 3 Scent Essentials 352-303-289014016 7th Street Dade CityAcross from Badcock Furniture by Toms Steak HouseScent EssentialsMon-Sat 11am-8pmJewelryHomemade:soaps / candles / scrubs / bath supplies Metal Plasma Home Dcor & Exterior Fencing and GatesWestern Bling Belts and Purses By Donna J. MacArthurM orni n g s i de RV EstatesTwas two weeks before Christmas, and all thro the Park, Decorations sprung up which glowed in the dark! The snowbirds were flittering all over their nests, In hopes, that the judges would pick theirs as the best. Competitions are fun, but all rivalry aside, In Morningside Park, the Christmas spirit has arrivedSigns of the season began to spring up as soon as the Thanksgiving dinner dishes were washed and put away, and the festive feeling continues to abound. Decorating a float for the annual Dade City Christmas Parade, held on Dec. 2, was the seasons kickoff for Morningside folks. Diane Fairchild, one of our parks liveliest elves, literally transformed Becky Dixons pretty red golf cart into a Christmas buggy fit for the real, jolly ole elf himself! Morningside Activity Committee (MAC) supplied the more than 100 dozen colorful beads that volunteer residents (disguised as Santas helpers) passed out to waiting children along the parade route. The very popular Home Decorating Contest is being held again this year, motivating lots of residents to creatively light up their units, adding even more cheer to this beautiful time of year. In fact, it appears that the bright lights at Morningside Park will surely defy the usually shorter days and darker nights of Decembers winter solstice. The independent judges (from outside of the park) will discreetly do their judging of the decorated homes some evening from Dec. 13-17. Preparations are also underway for Morningsides own annual Christmas parade scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 18. All residents are encouraged to participate, if possible, including activity groups and individuals either on wheels or on foot. A Christmas singsong will follow the afternoon parade, where snacks will be offered as well as prizes awarded for both the Home Decorating contest and the Parade entrants.With most of the regular activities in full swing again, Morningside is truly a happening place. The published activity sheet lists well over 40 interesting things to entertain residents every day of the week. These activities are all volunteer-based, a good indication of the many Morningside folks who invest lots of personal effort into making their park a fun-filled place to enjoy the winter months.Its also the physical efforts of a handful of Morningside residents that keep the approach to our park clean and presentable, despite the many litterbugs in the area. One Saturday morning every month, these diligent folks do the backbreaking task of cleaning up Morningside Drive, usually filling several large garbage bags. It is a much-appreciated fact that without their continued commitment to this cause, any decorating efforts within the park would be redundant.Despite all the good times and Christmas cheer happening here in Morningside some snowbirds tugged by their heartstrings are flying North to spend Christmas with their respective families. I am one of those who will be home for Christmas. Home, for me, is Prince Edward Island, Canada, where my children and grandchildren are waiting to put up their Christmas trees so Gam can help.My two-week absence from Morningside Park means I wont have a piece in the late December issue of Park News. But Ill be back in January ringing in the brand-new year!Merry Christmas, everyone! And just a reminder even with all our bright lights and hoopla, Jesus is still the Reason for the season.Russ McLaughlin and Becky Dixon, residents of Morningside RV Estates, rode the parks beautifully decorated float in the annual Dade City Christmas Parade on Dec. 2. MORNINGSIDE RV ESTATES Tis the Season at Morningside RV Estates Michelle Capps thetzone69@gmail.com813-503-7359Order Shirts for the Holidays Locally!3-5 Day Turn Around No Set-Up Fee No Minimum to BuyThe "T" Zone Custom Shirts Custom Graphics Transfers Athletic Appeal Special Events Screen Printing SAVE $50.00 (813) 909-2800 www.cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWSis published every other week by CommunityNewsPublications, 3632 Land O Lakes Blvd., Suite 102, Land O Lakes, FL 34639. 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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Medical Group of Tampa Bay is pleased to announceTymesia Hudson, MDhas joined the medical team.Tymesia Hudson, MD, board certied, Obstetrics & Gynecology, has joined Medical Group of Tampa Bay. Dr. Hudson provides comprehensive OB/GYN care including prenatal and menopausal care, well woman visits, high risk obstetrics, teen pregnancy, and adolescent exams. She also performs minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, hysteroscopy and vaginal surgery. Dr. Hudson is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina. She completed her residency at UMDNJ, Robert Wood Johnson, Cooper University Hospital and her internship at the University of Toledo. Dr. Hudson is accepting new patients atA Place for Women38030 Daughtery Road, Zephyrhills To make an appointment, please call 813-780-7111 www.mgtb.com The Sleepy Hollow office got a new look for Christmas, simple but elegant. The decorations, all in white, bring a lot of pride to residents. The decorations extend throughout the park, with many residents homes being very well decorated. The three Sleepy Hollow Parks have a decorating contest each year, with awards presented on Christmas Eve. Its shuffle time!Lots of shufflers arrived in Zephyrhills in the last month. They are burning the lights on the outdoor courts all over the area. Here, at Sleepy Hollow Parks, shufflers have been very busy practicing. They are getting ready for their league tournaments later in the season. This group was captured having lots of fun and laughter as they improved their game. By Larry MyottSleepy HollowMore than 40 residents gathered at the north end of Sleepy Hollow Boulevard in Sleepy Hollow Mobile Estates to officially raise the Canadian flag. President Joe Brown raised the flag as citizens of both countries sang, Oh Canada, the Canadian national anthem. The new flagpole was dedicated in honor of the late David Hamilton, a founder of the Sleepy Hollow cooperative and longtime resident. He was a resident of Ontario. His widow, Beulah, still resides in Sleepy Hollow. Sleepy Hollow Mobile Estates Inc. can be found on the web at www.sleepyhollowparks.com. Residents at Sleepy Hollow remembered fellow resident, David Hamilton, a founder of the Sleepy Hollow cooperative, by raising the Canadian flag. (Photos courtesy of Larry Myott)SLEEPY HOLLOW Canadian flag raised in memorial Tis the seasonSleepy Hollow residents are enjoying their new look in Christmas decorations for 2011. Pam LaFleurs design and setup, with lots of volunteer help, makes the residents proud of their entrance. Mrs. LaFleur repainted the crche and moved to a new location, at the west end of the park clubhouse. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 4

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813-377-300038422 Valley Oaks Circle, Zephyrhills, FL 33541(Off of Wire Road)www.grandreserve-fl.comGRAND RESERVEa resort-style 55+ adult communityFALL SAVINGS SPECIAL UP TO $400 OFFHURRY IN LIMITED TIME OFFER Elevator buildings Easy access shower stalls Sparkling pool 4 covered Social, recreational and educa tional activities Walking distance to shopping, medical facilities and r estaurants *Income guidelines apply. 1 Bedroom $601* /per month 2 Bedroom $718* /per month BRANDNEW 813-377-3011 Off of Daughtry Road near Fort King Road, Zephyrhills, Florida www.fortkingcolonyfl.comFORT KING COLONYA Brand New Apartment Community1, 2 and 3 bedrooms from $600/month* (includes water) Ceramic tile and washer/ dryer available Resort-style pool and kiddie pool Playground and picnic pavilion Game room with Nintendo Wii Complimentary Wi-Fi hot-spots State-of-the-art center One block from US Hwy 301 shopping plazas and r estaurants *Income guidelines apply. live free until 2012! 813-377-3000 www.grandreserve-fl.comGRAND RESERVEa resort-style 55+ adult communityHURRY IN LIMITED TIME OFFER Elevator buildings Easy access shower stalls Sparkling pool 4 covered courts Social, recreational and educa tional activities Walking distance to shopping, medical facilities and r estaurants *Income guidelines apply. 1 Bedroom $601* /per month 2 Bedroom $718* /per month BRANDNEW (includes water)located along wire road between Pretty Pond Road & Daughtery Road CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 5 Transit board gets $1.1 million for information centerBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority (TBARTA) recently received a $1.1 million federal grant to create the regions first transit information center.This is a very exciting opportunity for TBARTA and for our region, said TBARTA executive director Bob Clifford. We know there is a need for consistent, accurate information on transportation programs throughout our region. We are pleased to be able to offer this service in an easy, one-stop location for the public. The final site for the center will be centrally located within TBARTAs seven-county jurisdiction, which includes Pasco, Hillsborough, Citrus, Hernando, Manatee, Pinellas and Sarasota counties. The authoritys spokeswoman Amy Ellis said the exact location will be decided in a few weeks.The good thing about this is people can visit the center, but they can also get the same information by calling or by visiting us online with their computers or mobile device, Ellis said. It wont matter were people live or if they are already traveling down the road.The project is scheduled to take 12-18 months to finish. Once completed, residents will be able to access transportation programs and services throughout the region. The grant was awarded less than six months after TBARTA had its budget cut by $950,000, down to $1.75 million for the current fiscal year. The authoritys chairman Ronnie Duncan said public support for the organization helped it land the grant.We are truly honored to have received such outstanding community support in seeking these funds, Duncan said. By continuing to work with our partners throughout the region, well be able to expand transportation options for the citizens of the region.TBARTA, which was established in 2007 to handle transit planning for the region, estimates traffic congestion will double by 2035 in its seven-county area and triple by 2050.The information center project is one of 55 similar jobs being done across the country by the Federal Transit Administration at a cost of $34.6 million. For more information on TBARTA, visit www.tbarta.com. Former U.S. Army Major Free Consultation813.929.6789www.WesleyChapelLawGroup.com McBath Law Firm, P.A.Wesley Chapel 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate? TBARTA gets big boost

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 6 This week,lets learn some basic RV terms and their definitions,with our office manager,Candace. Class A RV ~ Atype of RVmanufactured on a large truck chasis. Distinguishable by the fact that the driving area can be accessed from the living space while standing. Class B RV ~ Atype of RVmanufactured by converting a van into a self contained camper. Usually retains the dimensions of the van, though the roof may be raised to accommodate standing. Class C RV ~ Atype of RVmanufactured on a cutaway van chassis. Distinguished by the sleeping compartment over the van cab. Fifth Wheel ~ ARVthat is pulled behind a truck using a trailer hitch mounted in the back of a truck. AC ~ Alternating Current electricity. Used for most household appliances. Black Water ~ Waste from the toilet Boondocking ~ Camping without use of external resources Convertor ~ Electrical device that can change AC electricity to DC electricity. D.C. ~ Direct current electricity. Typically generated by vehicle alternators or solar panels. Used to power vehicle accessories. Diesel Pusher or DP ~ Amotor home, typically Class A, that is powered by as Diesel Engine mounted in the rear RV. Dingy ~ Vehicle that is towed behind an RV Dump Station ~ Any approved area where RV waste can be dumped. Full Timer ~ Someone who lives in their RVon a permanent basis. GAWR ~ Gross Axle Weight Rating The manufacturers rating for the maximum allowable weight than an axle is designed to carry. GCWR ~ Gross Combination Weight Rating. The maximum allowable weight of the combination of tow vehicle and trailer. It includes the weight of the vehicle, trailer/fifth-wheel of dinghy, cargo, passengers and a full load of fluids (water, propane, fuel, etc) Gray Water ~ Waste water from sinks and drains, may contain soap and food particles. GTWR ~ Gross Trailer Weight Rating. Maximum allowable weight of a trailer, fully loaded with cargo and fluids. GVWR ~ Gross Vehicle Weight Rating. Maximum allowable weight of a vehicle, fully loaded with cargo and fluids. Potable ~ Aliquid that is suitable for drinking. Self-Contained ~ ARVcapable of supplying all necessary living accomodations including water, heat, sleeping, cooking, and waste disposal. Shore Power ~ Electricity taken from a fixed, land based power source. Toad ~ Vehicle that is towed behind an RV Wannabe ~ Some one who wants to be a Full Time RVer. RV Tech Terms RV Tech Terms RV Tech Terms RV Tech Terms 10301 US 301 Dade City813-230-2380www.JLPM OTOR S PORTS .COM were John Cena and the Rock. After Ryan died, his parents asked for donations to Pasco County Special Olympics. Judy Brunner, co-coordinator of Special Olympics Pasco, used to coach Ryan. She was at Zephyrhills High watching the wrestlers undertaking. Just the fact that they recognize our Special Olympians, truly as athletes, which they areIm almost speechless because its just so cool that theyre doing this, she said. Junior Chris Allen, who hit 835 pushups, said he was pushing for Ryan. His approach was to do 10 pushups, take a break, and keep going. He called the hour-long pushup session harder than running 5 miles, a part of the teams wrestling workout. Freshman Lauren Parker came into the event with his sights set on 1,000 pushups. He finished with 1,064. I was ready to do it, said Parker about the cause. Its for a good reason. It was a sentiment echoed by all the wrestlers who toiled through their burning triceps and draining fatigue. It felt great, especially just for the parents, Mikey said. I felt good for the parents, just knowing that all these kids are out here for him, for Ryan. Its awesome. PUSHUPS, from page 1 Ryan Smith died from pneumonia on April 12, 2010. Ryan was an avid wrestling fan and his mother, Darci, said he would have been right up in there doing the pushups or cheering on the pushups. ALL DOGS ALL BREEDS ANY AGE ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Ruths PlaceDog Grooming & Pet Sitting By Experienced & Loving ProfessionalsRuth & Jeana RigginsYour pets will agree Ruths Place is the Place to be 017824 Eagle Lane Lutz, Fl 33558813-920-3615 Waggin Tails Pet CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin! you need to be travelin! Maryanne Maryanne Y oung oung Owner Owner 813-786-1476licensed/bonded/insured licensed/bonded/insured www.waggin-tails-pet-care.com 10% of ALL Profits go to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION

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Color the picture & mail to: Cobb Theatre Coloring ContestThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS/ PARKNEWSP.O. 479, Lutz, FL33548WINNERS WILL RECEIVE 2 MOVIE TICKETS DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS 12-26-11Tickets have no cash value. Non-refundable.Name:______________________________________________________________________ Parent Name(s)______________________________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________ City:______________________________________________Zip:______________________ Phone:___________________________________Age:________Grade:________________ School:_____________________________________________________________________ Interests:____________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________813.948.5444www.cobbtheatres.com6333 Wesley Grove Blvd. Wesley Chapel, FL33544 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 7 B y Leo S attlerCrystal LakeNow that the fall season is underway and many of our winter residents have returned, things are really getting started at the Lake. A Thanksgiving potluck was held at the clubhouse and many of our residents attended. Teams for the Crystal Lake bowlers have been selected and will soon be finalized. The teams list and league rules will be posted at the clubhouse. This year we had enough new bowlers to add a team. We went with 16 teams so no one will be left out. League bowling will start Friday, Jan. 6. We plan to come to the alley around 9 a.m. Practice balls will start at 9:20 a.m. and league bowling starts at 9:30 a.m. The cost will still be $10 each week for each bowler. The mens breakfast takes place the first Saturday of every month and features a variety of different items every month including eggs, pancakes, French toast, sausage and hash browns. At $3 per person, it is still a bargain for all you can eat in this economy. The Mederi caretenders came to the park and put on a free lunch for our residents. They are located at SR 54 across from the firehouse. They will conduct free of charge, a monthly blood pressure/ask a nurse/medical topics on the last Monday of each month after the social meeting. These BP readings will allow people to compare readings month to month. Our Garden Club is in full swing these days. These great volunteers have decorated the park all year long and especially have done a great job for Christmas. It looks really great. There will be a Christmas dinner on Saturday, Dec. 17. The menu is salad, roast pork with gravy, potatoes, carrots, peas, dessert, coffee and soft drinks.The shuffle boarders are at it again and the card players play several days a week. The gala New Years Eve party will happen on Saturday, Dec. 31 at 9 p.m. There will be plenty of good music with our DJ Ron. We will have snacks, noisemakers, hats and champagne at midnight. Lots of good fellowship. Our travel plans are underway. A large contingent is going on a cruise on the NCL Star, Jan. 8 from Tampa. Three hockey games are planned for our Canadian neighbors. Many day trips everywhere, including the land-rail-sail getaway featuring the Immokalee Casino in February. And oh yes, be sure to come to the travel fair, Thursday, Jan. 18 at Trinity Church on SR 54. For further information, call me at (813) 782-1722. CRYSTAL LAKE Facets of Crystal Lake

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EVENTS RETIRED EDUCATORS MEETThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will have a luncheon at Blackstones Reef & Grill (formerly Johns Steakhouse) in Zephyrhills on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 11:30 a.m. All retired school personnel and friends are welcome. Please call Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 5675050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980 for more information.BINGOColony Hills Community Bingo, 35144 Wagner Way in Zephyrhills, will start on Wednesday, Jan. 4 and continue each Wednesday through April 25. Doors open to the public at 4 p.m., Early Birds begin at 6 p.m. and regular bingo starts at 6:45 p.m.AERIE MEETINGSThe Zephyrhills Eagles No. 3752, located at 4149 New River Road, are having Aerie Meetings on the first and third Tuesday of the month. Auxiliary meetings are on the first and third Wednesday of the month. Music is from 2-5 p.m. on Wednesday. Thursday dinners are Dec. 15 with liver and onions or center pork loin from 5-7 p.m. and on Jan. 5 with a steak dinner from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday and Friday there is Euchre at 1 p.m. For more information about these meetings or any future meetings, call (813) 780-1558. SUNRISE ROTARYDade City Sunrise Rotary club will welcome persons interested in learning about its service organization on Friday, Dec. 16, 7 p.m. at the home of its president, Camille Hernandez. The Hernandez home is located at 37848 Bougainvillea Ave. in Dade City. An informal evening is planned and light refreshments will be served. Sunrise Rotary is a breakfast club and meets every Thursday at 7 a.m., except for the first Thursday of the month when the meeting is at 4:45 p.m. at the Kokopelli Restaurant, 37940 Live Oak Ave. in Dade City.GRAND OPENINGPremier Community HealthCare Group is having its grand opening and ribbon cutting at its new Dade City Family Health Center, 14027 Fifth St. in Dade City. Holiday refreshments will be served. Premier Community HealthCare Group offers medical, dental and behavioral health services. HOLIDAYS CHRISTMAS SKIVVIESThe Sunrise Rotary Club of Dade City is collecting socks, underwear and cash donations to help children in need of basic clothing this Christmas. The donated items will be part of the Dade City Toys For Tots distribution. This year, the club is making a plea to individuals and businesses to participate in order to increase the number of families served. If you can help, call (941) 356-8909 or email mikeyhorse@aol.com. HOLIDAY LIGHTSThe deadline is approaching to enter the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce holiday lighting contest. Residents, businesses, condominiums and RVs, clubhouses, and assisted living facilities are invited to participate. The deadline to enter is Monday, Dec. 12. Judging is Dec. 14-17 from 6-9 p.m., and winners will be named Tuesday, Dec. 20. Entry forms are available at www.zephyrhillschamber.org and at the Chamber Office, 38550 Fifth Ave. in Zephyrhills. For more information, call (813) 782-1913.A MISFIT CHRISTMASFirst Christian Church of Zephyrhills continues with its special Advent Christmas message A Misfit Christmas using Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer characters and 4th Sunday Advent: The message on Sunday, Dec. 18 is Excitable Peace at 10:05 a.m. Bible Study is at 9 a.m. The key characters are the Shepherds. There will be a Candlelight Christmas Eve Service on Saturday, Dec. 24 at 7 p.m. with communion. Our Christmas Day Service is at 10:05 a.m. with communion. All of First Christians services have communion available. Coffee and cookie fellowship follow each Sunday morning service. Prayer Group where we pray for our community and the world is Mondays at 10 a.m. Bible Study on Thursdays at 10 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. There are ministry opportunities available. Our Centennial is in 2012 and we are making plans for the celebration. For more information, visit www.firstchristianzhills.org. Information will be updated as it becomes available. YARD SALE CORNER Send your yard sale info to etorrens@cnewspubs.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 9 COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHTARTS APLENTY The Pasco Arts Council will host three days of arts demonstrations from Thursday, Dec. 15 to Saturday, Dec. 17. Art lovers, aspiring or current art students, and the simply curious can see 60to 90-minute sessions on marble stone carving, throwing clay, and drawing and painting in various media. Renowned polymer artist Karen Wood will demonstrate the Possibilities of Polymer Clay in everything from wearable art to home dcor. Artists may bring their work to one of two critique sessions to have their work assessed by experienced art instructors. Demonstrations will be ongoing throughout the three days. Participants can attend one demonstration for a $5 donation or all demonstrations on all three days for a $15 donation. Advance registration is recommended. Sessions start at 9:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m. each day at the center, 5744 Moog Road, Holiday. For more information, call (727) 845.7322 or visit www.pascoart.org. Your Community Calendar Submit to: etorrens@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What s HAPPENING NOVEMBER RATES Restaurant Open to the PublicMonday-Friday ......................................................................$24.00 Weekends & Holidays ............................................................$28.00Every Day After 2pm $18.00This coupon not valid during league and tournament play. Proper golf attire required. No denim. Coupon valid for up to 4 players. All prices include 18 holes and cart. All rates are plus tax. Rates are subject to change. Must present coupon at time of purchase to receive discount. 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By Kathy AdamsBaker AcresBill and Elaine Stratton come to us from Grand Blanc, Mich. They bought their winter home in Baker Acres in December 1998, because they had relatives living here. Its the best choice we ever made, the couple said. One of their big honors here at Baker Acres was to be elected Prince and Princess in 2008, and then reign as King and Queen in 2009. Together they host Coffee Hour every Thursday morning, making sure everyone has fresh coffee and donuts.They participate in many of the park activities: golfing, bocce ball, exercise, bingo and Elaine teaches line dancing every Wednesday. Bill and Elaine are most noted for their eagerness to help wherever needed, helping the park activities run smoothly. When asked what changes have taken place since coming to Baker Acres, they say there have been numerous improvements and are excited about the new kitchen renovation scheduled for next year. What can we say, except we wouldnt want to be anywhere else in the winter. We have a second family, and they are all wonderful. SPECIALIZING IN PRE 1964 GOLD & SILVER U.S. COINS Charlies Coins & CollectiblesCharlie Proctor813-780-18585529 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 CoinsFree Appraisals 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 10 $500 OFFEXP 12/31/11Pair of Oticon Pair of Oticon Intiga Hearing Intiga Hearing Aids Aids Pair of Oticon Intiga Hearing Aids DECEMBER SPECIAL0% Financing Options Available!Locations in Wesley Chapel & Zephyrhills813.929.6673 www.WesleyChapelENT.com Brett M. Scotch, DO, FAOCO Paul DiPasquale, DO, FAACSLets Hear it for the Holidays! By Kathy AdamsBaker AcresMarlene Merritt, a full-time resident of Baker Acres, loves to quilt. She spends much of her free time creating beautiful quilts and other projects like table runners, placemats. This year, we are fortunate to have Marlene teaching a quilting class to the ladies of Baker Acres every Tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse. She encourages anyone interested in learning to join them. Many are beginners, but some are very experienced and so very talented as you can see from their projects.From left, Freddy Bergman, Linda Beisart, Kay Reynolds, Rita Lamontagne, Ginny Schroeder, Arlene Platania, instructor Marlene Merritt and Juanita Benik.Although she doesnt quilt, Margaret White brings her crocheting projects and joins the group for the company. On the front page: Arlene Platania shows off some of the purses/beach bags she made for herself and as Christmas gifts for her grandchildren. BAKER ACRES Bill and Elaine Stratton hail from Grand Blanc, Mich. and have been spending winters in Baker Acres since December 1998. Pillars of the Park Quilters of Baker Acres

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at at December 22nd OPEN HOUSE: 6pm-8pmFeaturing Santas Jazz All StarsA quintet performing all your favorite holiday standards with a jazzy twist. Enjoy dancing, hors doeuvres and refreshments.Please call 813-779-4501by Dec. 20th to make your reservations -seating is limited! www.bentleycommons.com/zephyrhills38130 Pretty Pond Road Zephyrhills813-779-4501 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Decem ber 14, 2011 11 BETMAR By Kathy MaceBetmarI have been getting calls from my family in Michigan letting me know that it is 32 degrees with 2 inches of snow on the ground and another 4 inches expected. The calls come as I sit at my desk looking out the window at the beautiful Florida sunshine with a slight breeze coming in the window knowing it is 78 degrees outside. I am so glad I am in Florida. We are all so blessed to be able to enjoy this Florida experience at Betmar. Bryan Toll, assistant activities director, opened coffee today. The snowbirds have been arriving in huge flocks the last couple weeks and Clubhouse No. 2 is starting to fill up. Everyone is so happy to finally be back in Betmar with all of our friends. Salvation Army Bell Ringers are still needed for Walmart. Please call Linda LaForest if you have a few hours to donate. There will be a Christmas theme table dance on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in Clubhouse No. 2. Music will be by Buddy Canova. There is a $5 donation. The Dance Club will be offering basic ballroom dance lessons beginning Friday, Jan. 6 in Clubhouse No. 3 from 1-2:30 p.m. Square dances for Main Stream and Plus Levels are Wednesdays from 7-9 p.m. in Clubhouse No. 2. Everyone is welcome. High Scorers for Fun Darts on Nov. 29 were Jerrie LaFever 134, Isla Estabrook 128, Mike Mosscrop 124, and Fred Leger 100. Winners of the Stars Games were Isla Estabrook, Norm Duprey, Judy Leger, Ray Dixon, Sue Lane, Bill Dill and Fred Fletcher. Fred, head of our Support the Troops, announced that 1,000 1-gallon bags of items needed to send to the troops have been prepared and need to be sent. Money for postage is needed. Fred also reports that to date 2,250 wool hats have been knitted and sent to the troops and many more are needed. There are many angels in our midst. Fred is also asking you to send a Christmas card to a recovering soldier. The address is on the bulletin board. The winners of the Hobby Bazaars Support the Troops Raffle were: Les Banks Black & Decker tool set, Art Gugerty cigar humidor, June Eaton Starbucks coffee gift set and Barbara Klunder framed painting. The Betmar Golf Cart Parade is Sunday, Dec. 18. Everyone is welcome to decorate your golf cart and join in the fun. Meet at Clubhouse No. 2 at 4:45 p.m. and the parade will start at 5:15 p.m. The parade route is in the bulletin. After the parade, refreshments will be served back at the clubhouse. A Christmas dinner is planned for Sunday, Dec. 25 at 2 p.m. in Clubhouse No. 3. Anyone in Betmar who would like to participate can sign up on the bulletin board in Clubhouse No. 2. Turkey and ham will be provided so bring a side dish. Bocce ball is Mondays at 1 p.m. at the courts by the gazebo and pool area. Everyone is welcome to participate. There are a lot of people out walking at night. Please wear light-colored clothes and carry a flashlight or wear a reflective vest (for sale at the golf house). With our newly sealed black streets it is hard to see people. Cars need to be aware that the speed limit is 20 mph. Please drive with extra caution at night. Dee Payne, activities director, announced that in sick bay this week are Shirley LaChance and Caswell Wood. Please keep them in your prayers. Visitors are David and Susan Hendon visiting the Vosses and Don Helzer from New Mexico visiting Dean and Jean Baumgartner and Carol and Dick Phelan. New residents in Betmar are Chet and Doreen Cutshall from North Carolina and Caroline Rodgers from Ontario. Happy to be back in Betmar How come some people in nursing homes get a free ride but others get wiped out? What do they know that we don t.WE HAVE ANSWERS! Call: 813.294.8513FREE CONSULTATIONMARCLIF AND ASSOCIATESInsurance & Financial Planning www.marclifinsurance.com Specializing in Medicaid SolutionsA311159 RUNNING OR NOT TITLE OR NO TITLE$400 $5,000 CASHFREE TOW 24/7 SE HABLA ESPAOL(352) 260-0144 www.WBCFast.com MONDAY-SUNDAY 9AM 9PM AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING

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I was a three time patient in need of care at Heartland of Zephryhills in the years 2010 through 2011. I can say this was the best place I could have chosen for the care and rehab I needed to get me back to my old self after a fall resulting in open-heart surgery. I found the staff to be caring and concerned about my every need. The occupational and physical therapists were genuinely concerned with my progress and encouraged me to do my best. I was impressed that everyone knew my name and remembered my name as I returned for the second and third visits.A PROVEN LEADER www.heartlandnursing.com 38220 Henry Drive Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813.788.7114 glenn 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 12 By Barb WhiteSundanceWomens Club of Sundance Park Zephyrhills on CR 54 sponsored the 2011 Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, Dec. 3. There was a great turnout from not only the Sundance residents, but also the Zephyrhills community. We thank everyone for such a great success. The proceeds for this project go toward local community charities. Good job everyone! There were a large number of handmade items for sale displayed on the many rented tables from residents and also non-residents of the park. There were also many crafts, baked items, jewelry items, books and, last but not least, many white elephant items donated by residents of the park to the Womens Club. There was a table of donated gifts where several lucky people were winners. Check out the various pictures taken at the bazaar. Everyone looked like they had a great time! Mark your calendars to attend the event again next year!SUNDANCE Lou Kerwood shows off her card-stamping product at the Sundance Park Christmas Bazaar. (Photos by Sara Lawson) Mary Holt takes care of the jewelry table at the Sundance Park Christmas Bazaar. Sundance Park Womens Club of Zephyrhills

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THE GRINCH Thanks to our sponsors who make Movies in the Park a success: Dempsey Furniture Wal-Mart First Baptist Church of Dade City Pasco County Hugh Embry Library Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce The City of Dade City Youth CouncilMOVIE in the ParkAGNES LAMB PARK / Meridian Ave & 9th Street If it rains,the movie will be shown at American Legion Hall,37745 Church Avenue Saturday, December 17th 7:00 pmFREEPasco County Hugh Embry Library will sponsor Wii games at 6pm REFRESHMENTS FOR SALE. BRING A BLANKET OR A LAWN CHAIRFor more information,call 352-523-5052 FREEChance to Win Childs Bicycle CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Decem ber 14, 2011 13 StuartJ.Kaufman,M.D.Cataract,Multi-FocalImplant, GlaucomaSpecialist AlsoServingSunCityCenter,BushnellandWesleyChapel TheBestEyeSurgeonIntheSouthShoreArea Dr.Kaufmanhasperformedover35,000 cataractsurgeriesand70,000surgeries.SeeBetter.LiveBetter.Calltodayforanappointment.6329US301(GallBlvd.) Zephyrhills(813)788-7616www.KaufmanEyeInstitute.com From left, Rick Frantz, Ken Knight and Richard Jenkins used their know-how to help refurbish old picnic tables to help Happy Days RV Park. (Photo by Judy Olson)HAPPY DAYS RV PARK B y Judy Ols onHappy DaysHappy People are spreading the happiness throughout Happy Days RV Park. Ken Knight, Richard Jenkins, Richard Fischer and Rick Frantz volunteered their time and woodworking talents to help refurbish old picnic tables and build some new ones for the park. They enjoy helping out between playing shuffleboard, horseshoes and other favorite activities here at Happy Days. The horseshoe club also won its first game of the season. Congratulations, players! The annual combined toy and food drive concluded this week and was quite successful. Next year we have aligned with the Gold Wing Motorcycle Club who will provide the collection and distribution from our toy drive. December is going to be a very busy month with all of the activities in full swing and several upcoming holiday events. Happy Holidays!Happy people at Happy Days Feld Entertainment 184608 SAVE $5 on Tickets!+Valid for select performances. Excludes Opening Night performance, Circus CelebritySM, Front Row and VIP seats. Limit of six (6) tickets per order. No double discounts. Not valid the day of show .*Opening Night offer excludes Circus Celebrity Front Row and VIP seats. Additional fees may apply. No double discounts. Wed. JAN. 4 7:30 PM Thu.Fri.Sat.Sun.OPENING NIGHT TICKETS $15!*JAN. 5 7:30 PM+ JAN. 6 7:30 PM+ JAN. 7 11:30 AM+ 3:30 PM 7:30 PM+ JAN. 8 1:00 PM 5:00 PM+JAN. 4 8 Ringling.com Come 90 minutes before show time to see our Asian elephants at the Animal Open HouseSM. Then, come meet the stars an hour before the show at the All Access Pre-show FREE to all ticket holders! Additional fees may apply. 1. In person at St. Pete Times Forum Box Office 2. Call at and mention code SAVE 3. Log on to Ti cketmaster.com and enter code SAVEPresented locally by

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 15 Celebrating Christmas the Price wayFrom left, Bodhi Price and Dr. M.J. Price, Ellie Price and Marcus Price at the annual Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Christmas Tree Celebration. Both children are students at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Child Care Center. The Prices own Hut No. 8 and Goin Postal. (Photo courtesy of M.J. Price) 1821 Bruce B. Downs Blvd., Wesley Chapel 813.948.5600BBD & SR 56 next to ABCMassageEnvy.com 700+ Locations Nationwide Open 7 Days: Mon-Fri 8-10, Sat 9-8, Sun 10-8*Offer valid only at the participating location(s) through January 31, 2012. Offer not valid online. Buy three $50 gift cards and get a free 1-hour massage session. All 3 gift cards must be purchased in the same transaction. Free massage must be redeemed at location of purchase. Free offer only valid for a service. Other rules may apply. See clinic for details. Rates, hours and services may vary by location. Massage Envy Franchising, LLC.MM23978FREE1 Hour Massage Session with Purchase of 3 Gift Cards Tis the season for Massage Envy gift cards*. FREE ESTIMATESon all installations A/C & GasSales Service Installation Lenny Bahr Kevin BahrOwnersVisit Any Of Our 3 Locations For The Lowest Prices In Town! Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat 8am-Noon352-567-767815229 US Hwy 301 Dade City, FLMon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat 8am-Noon 813-782-50134441 Allen Rd. Zephyrhills, FL $1OFF Propane Cylinder Fill20 30 lb.Limit one per person, per visit. Expires 1-31-12.$5OFF A/C Maintenance CheckLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 1-31-12.$100OFFNew A/C InstallLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 1-31-12. 38602 South Ave. Zephyrhills, FL 33542Tues Fri 9am 5pm Sat 9am 1pm Evenings by appointment813-783-7701FULL SERVICE : MEN WOMEN SENIORS CHILDREN FREEEyebrow Waxwith Shampoo, Cut & Style$30& upMust present coupon. Expires 12-30-11.WomensHaircut Mens Haircut$15$12Must present coupon. Expires 12-30-11. Color or Perm$45& upMust present coupon. Expires 12-30-11. SEEKING STYLIST & NAIL TECH& up & up

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 16 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comOlympic weightlifter Brad Bouthot had quite a pair of weekends to close out November. The Wesley Chapel resident and 2007 Zephyrhills High graduate went out and won the Florida State Championships on Nov. 12 at Altamonte Springs and backed up that title with another on Nov. 20 in Miami at the Soul Open. Bouthot put up 265 kilograms, 584 pounds, combined at the state championships. His total was matched by another lifter, but Bouthot weighed less and was therefore declared the overall champion. Bouthot, who competes in the 187pound weight class, posted 264 pounds in the power snatch and 320 in the clean and jerk. He was named the mens Best Overall Lifter at the state championships, given to the best pound-for-pound athlete. Bouthot was also named the top lifter in Miami by posting 606 total pounds, 276 snatch and 330 clean, the following week. The amounts were not only new personal bests for him, but also totaled the most of any lifter at the event. He did not have to sweat out the final outcome at the Soul Open. The way the meets are structured is that the athletes lifting the lighter weights go first and the barbell slowly increases in weight as each athlete takes their attempts, Bouthot said. Each athlete gets three attempts, so the strongest athletes will be the last ones lifting. Well I hadnt even taken my first attempt and all the other men had already completed all their attempts. This was the case on both the snatch and the clean and jerk. Eric Auciello has been Bouthots coach since he picked up the sport less than two years ago and said it was a proud couple of weeks for him watching his pupil excel. Almost two years ago a young man walked into my gym and told me he wanted to be a champion, Auciello said. He possessed certain physical attributes that made him a natural weightlifter, but it was the intangible qualities that impressed me the most. He exuded a quiet confidence. He was driven, passionate, dedicated and hungry. Auciello added Bouthot is a very self-motivated person. They only see each other at Crossfit Revolution in Brandon about once every other week to make sure Bouthot is using correct form. The rest of the time the east Pasco County resident is lifting on his own. The pair of titles for Bouthot came in a lighter weight class than he had previously competed in. He shed 9 kilograms, about 20 pounds, to get down to 187. It was really just a personal choice, Bouthot said. I felt I had extra weight that wasnt benefiting me as an athlete that I could afford to lose. The extra baby fat wasnt what was moving the weights. So I figured Id clean up the diet even more than it already was and slowly see if I could lose the useless weight. Certainly I thought also that it would be beneficial to be in a lighter class as I try and move up the national ladder as well. Bouthot said it was pretty easy for him to lose the weight. The hardest part was staying away from the fridge late night, Bouthot said. The easiest way to lose weight like that is to eat your biggest meal earlier in the day. The worst thing you can do when trying to lose weight is load up on food within the last hours before bed. Other than that my diet didnt really change too much in terms of the things that I ate, it was just the timing of when I ate them. Besides keeping up his high lift totals with his new slimmed-down frame, Bouthot is planning to compete in the Arnold Classic in March. His long-term goal is to eventually make the U.S. Olympic team. Im not among that top five elite in the country yet that will have a real shot to go to the London Olympics next summer, but I wont let anyone outwork me, and Ill be busting mine to get to Rio, Brazil in 2016, Bouthot said. For 2012, Id like to total 300 kilograms (661 pounds) in competition. Going up by 25 kilograms (55 pounds) in competition wont be easy, but I think I can do it by the next Christmas.The videos of Bouthots lifts in Miami can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylxn_lnOfpA and www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWiNtz-Dm7s. Brad Bouthot puts up 330 pounds in the clean and jerk at the Soul Open. (Photo courtesy of Bouthot)Two titles in two weeks for Brad Bouthot

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813-996-55305710 Land OLakes Blvd.lolrecycling.com In 2010,with your efforts, WE RECYCLED 46,361 TONS OF PAPER This means we saved 788,137 trees. This is 6,255 acres. Concerned for the Environment and your Community?RECYCLE your Cardboard Magazines Junk Mail Phone Books and Office Paper EVERY WEEK and HELP Raise Money for your community. We Make it Easy.Place Paper products (CLEAN, Dry Paper Only Please) in the BLUE MIX PAPER Recycling Bin at your location,7 Days a week.THANKS FOR YOUR RECYCLING EFFORTS. PLEASE CONTACTUS IF YOUR COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ARECYCLING BIN! CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS Decem ber 14, 2011 17 B y Davi d Rus hton and S ally WardWinters ParkWell it seems that most of the residents of Winters Mobile Home Park have returned. We had an excellent turnout for coffee hour on Wednesday, Nov. 16. The entertainment traveled all the way from Winters Park and Zephyrhills. Curtis Busha, with help from Lucy and Chuck Diamond, gave a great performance. Music Jam Session on Wednesday evening also had a great deal of listeners and performers. We had a joyous Thanksgiving dinner Tuesday, Nov. 22 hosted by the Winters family. Of course, no one went hungry. We had the sixth annual Golden Corral District draw doubles at Winters Park Shuffleclub on Nov. 17-18. There were 56 entries in the amateur tournament with four entries from Winters Park. The only winner from Winters was Virginia Melchi who won first place in Consolation with her partner Paul Sauerwine from Lakeland. Well done Virginia, we are all proud of you. There were four courts at Hoss Collar on Friday Nov. 18, with 12 people in the money, (1) Sue Dungey, (2) Pat Vona, (3) Duke Gardella, (4) Virginia Melchi, (5) Sally Ward, (6) Dini Rushton, (7) Dick Rudnicki, (8) Gaynelle Pawsey, (9) Chuck Diamond, (10) Bill Talbot, (11) Linda Marshman and (12) Connie Gardella. We are planning a Turkey Shoot for Saturday, Dec. 17 for all members of Winters Park, and a Single Mingles for Shuffleclub members of Winters Park was had on Dec. 6. We will let you know the outcome of these events in a future submission.WINTERS PARK Winters Park heating up GAME PAGE ANSWERS

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branch, where he watched for his prey giving Marcus ample opportunity to capture images of the big cat. He was thrilled to get the shots. Leopard sightings are rare, Marcus explained. Less than 2 percent of the people that ever go to Africa ever see a leopard in the wild. Another image from Marcus photo collection shows an eagle ray jumping out of the water in an area near Heron Island, a coral atoll that sits on the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef. Its in the morning, were waiting to leave and rays are jumping. The water is clear enough that I can track them under water. For about two hours, Im tracking rays and have not pushed the shutter one time. I have a mantra that I am reciting to myself: When his nose breaks the water, push the shutter. When his nose breaks the water, push the shutter. If you wait until the top of the arc, you have a lovely splash. I took one shot. I knew I had it when I took it, he said. Getting the shots that he wants requires being willing to be patient, to go off the beaten path, and to endure bitter cold, searing heat, heavy rains, deep snows and high winds. The 60-year-old is willing to go where he needs to go, but he doesnt take undue risks. When he is out at night in Africa, for instance, he has a guide, a driver, a spotter and an armed guard. The armed guard is not to protect us from the animals. The Dade City man said his interest in wildlife began when he was a young boy. I was blessed, in a way, that my dad was an airline mechanic. He worked for National Airlines. We traveled as children. In those years, we would go to the zoos like everyone else. As I grew, I simply developed this fascination with animals in their native environment. He got into photography when he was about 18 years old. His dad had some cameras, so Marcus began experimenting with them and expanded his repertoire. Around 1975, he sold his cameras, his darkroom and his golf clubs to start a business in the electronics field.That business, Sound Connections International, designs and manufactures highend audio and video connectors for the entertainment industry. The business is located in Lutz and is run by Marcus daughter-in-law.Years after he got his business rolling, Marcus went on an Alaskan cruise. While he was on the trip, he saw some excellent photographs that had been taken by someone on a whale-watching excursion. It reignited his interest in photography. That was about 20 years ago. Since then, he has traveled all around the world to add to his photo collection and, at a friends encouragement he put some photos up on display. Hes been showing and selling his photographs ever since. Marcus has no intention of packing up his cameras any time soon unless, of course, its to go to out on another photo expedition.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 18 By B.C. Manionbcmanion@cnewspub.comVisiting Stuart Marcus wildlife photography gallery is like taking a trip around the globe. There are images of big cats leopards and lions that he tracked down in Africa and photographs of penguins he captured in Antarctica. The collection also includes images of bats, iguanas and rhinos. There are pictures of birds, too, including the blue-footed booby, the red-footed booby and the masked booby that Marcus shot in the Galapagos Islands. Hes particular about the kinds of animals he photographs. You can see big herds of camels in Australia, he said, but when he was there, he didnt take any pictures of those. I didnt want to photograph an animal that was brought there. The same goes for foxes. Foxes were brought to Australia because the English wanted a fox hunt. Theyre not native. Some of his favorite shots have resulted from work hes done with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Hes worked with the department there on studies done on grizzly bears and harbor seals. Ive been going to a spot where basically I have seen the same bears year after year after year, Marcus said. While some may appreciate the aesthetic quality of Marcus work, he said thats not what drives him. If you see artistic merit, thank you very much, he said. It was purely unintentional. The intent is to capture animal behavior without interfering. Over the years, his experiences have created vivid memories and he keeps copious notes, to help him fill in the details. This beautiful young leopard, he is a young male, absolutely in the prime of his life, Marcus said, describing one of his photos at the HiBrow Art Gallery, at 14125 Seventh St., in downtown Dade City. He was photographed in the Serengeti, in the Seven Hills area. Hes one of the few animals thats actually ever succeeded in scaring me in making me move backwards. When Marcus and his guide initially spotted the leopard, it was moving away from them. Marcus said his guide asked him if he trusted him and Marcus told him he did. The guide then proceeded to drive on a game path that took them all of the way around the plain, a trip that took over an hour, so they could try to catch a glimpse of the leopard on the other side. Shortly after they arrived on the other side of the plain, they saw the leopard approaching. We stay still in the Jeep. In about another 20 minutes, he emerges from the grass. Hes walking right at the Jeep. I am down, shooting out the window, so I can have a nice low angle of him walking up to me, and I thought he was going to go through the window to get to the other side of the Jeep. He did not turn until he literally was two or three feet away from the window. The leopard then climbed a fallen treeWildlife photography gallery offers window to the world Stuart Marcus at a recent exhibit he had at the HiBrow Art Gallery in downtown Dade City. (Photo by B.C. Manion) The wildlife photographer captured this image of a leopard in the Serengeti and these Gentoo penguins in Antarctica. (Photos courtesy of Stuart Marcus) Stuart Marcus traveled to the Masai Mara in Kenya to get this image of a black rhinoceros. (Photo courtesy of Stuart Marcus)

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By Helene RubensteinGrand HorizonsWe went without a clubhouse for some time as a new one was being built. Now that it is built, I can safely say that it was worth the wait. The reason I say this is because on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, Andy and Margaret Castonguay hosted a Thanksgiving dinner that was too wonderful for words. Even with the crowd of 95 people, everything went smoothly. There were several helpers and each person had a job to do and they concentrated on what had to be done. The helpers were Chick and Annmarie Shackewyc, plus Dudley and Carol Newzine. I thought they were great as they gave everyone a big smile to welcome them. It was all done to perfection and the individuals had a wonderful time. There were numbers on the tables and when your table number was called, you went to get your dinner. If anyone left feeling hungry, it was their fault. The menu consisted of delicious turkey, squash, sweet potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, pickles, coffee and ice water. Everything was so good and the turkey was so moist. If you wanted something special to drink, you just brought it along. Seconds were available if anyone had any room left. Andy and Margaret also had a drawing for one lucky person, who received an extra meal to take home. The winner was Jerry Raffa. Needless to say, a happy and contented group left the community center. A few days later, on Nov. 26, a Mayberry RFD Ho-Down Potluck was held and, once again, everyone had a great time. Everyone brought a dish and hot dogs were being served. We had a variety of food and everything was scrumptious. A television set was brought in and a disc was playing showing the Andy Griffith Show of many years ago and snippets of country stars of years long ago. Once again, there was a huge turnout with 102 people in attendance and, again, tables were called. This way everyone went to the buffet table in an orderly fashion. The dinner was hosted by Chris and Jerry Buckley. Some people remarked that such a good time was had by everyone that we should have something like this once a month. At 7 p.m., the country jam came on and the performers were first-class. At one point they played a Christmas song and everyone who cared to formed a line and danced around the outside of the tables. It was a fun night. I will join the others in asking when the next potluck will be. On Dec. 1, we had a social club meeting and a fine crowd turned out. Many topics were discussed and voted on. This is a time to come and join your neighbors and learn what is going on in the community. It was surprising to hear some of the things discussed now we can anticipate new things to come and these will join our list of activities. New activities like square dancing and so much more are coming shortly. Later on in the day we had a game of Mahjong and 11 of us showed up for a fun game. Each and every time we have a game, we have a wonderful time. There was much joking and a lively discussion. We ended the day with a game of dominoes in the community center. When the game gets started, you can almost hear a pin drop as everyone is studying their hands. There were several tables with different games going on and even a table for new people just learning the game. As you can see, the wait for the new community center was more than worth it.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS December 14, 2011 20 GRAND HORIZONS Thanksgiving plus more at Grand Horizons Andy and Margaret Castonguay hosted a Thanksgiving dinner that drew a crowd of 95 people at Grand Horizons. (Photos by Helene Rubenstein) Ron and Joyce Bell enjoy the Thanksgiving dinner hosted at the new community center at Grand Horizons. Chris and Jerry Buckley hosted a potluck that attracted more than 100 people. Chick Shackewyc helped out ensuring the Thanksgiving dinner for Grand Horizons ran smoothly. Nancy and Eugene Martin enjoy the Thanksgiving dinner hosted at the new community center at Grand Horizons.Terrie McMullen and Donna Dawes enjoy the Thanksgiving dinner hosted at the new community center at Grand Horizons.

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