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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INSIDE COLORFUL CAROLERSCOURT CROWNEDCARING COACH 3 13 17 20COOL COWBOY TheLAKER PARKNEWS JANUARY 11, 2012 ZEPHYRHILLS SERVING GREATER ZEPHYRHILLSFREE By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com A crowd of more than 200 jammed into Chancey Road Christian Church last week to weigh in on a church proposal for a 120-bed homeless shelter. The vast majority of those attending the meeting support the church’s request. Two additional meetings are set on the request for a conditional use permit. The Planning Commission will take up the issue on Wednesday, Feb. 8; and, the Pasco County Commission on Tuesday, March 6. The church, at 34931 Chancey Road, has eventual plans to build a 7,600-square-foot structure to house the homeless shelter, said Clarke Hobby, the attorney representing the church. The church has been operating a homeless shelter for about two years, with about 30 to 40 people staying there each night, including some families with children. It is the only homeless shelter on the east side of the county. Tim Mitchell, pastor at Chancey Road Christian Church, said the church provides an “overnight, emergency, hand up, not hand out.” A handful of neighbors voiced concerns at last Thursday’s meeting, but the overall tone was one of compassion for those needing the community’s help. Lea McKenney, who lives in Lake Bernadette, said she walks her dog at Zephyr Park, where she has encountered people who stay at the shelter. “I walk my dog every morning. One day, when I saw a family and some others huddled around a little barbecue that had fire going, to get warm, I felt I needed to talk with them. “It was about 40 degrees, so I got some hot cofA proposal for a 120-bed homeless shelter at Chancey Road Christian Church has aroused considerable interest. The vast majority of those turning out to a community meeting on the issue are in favor of the church’s quest. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Church crowd shows compassion for homeless See HOMELESS, page7 Raising cane, pioneer-style Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Bring your sweet tooth for a sticky, good time at the second annual Syrup Tasting Contest Saturday, Jan. 14 at the Pioneer Florida Museum, hosted by the Southern Syrup-makers’ Association. Making syrup from sugar cane is a coldweather custom on many small, southern farms. The museum will be keeping with 150 years of tradition when it squeezes sugar cane with a mule-powered mill. A mule named Molly, who lives with the Zephyrhills Future Farmers Pioneer Florida Museum will host its second annual syrup tasting contest Jan. 14.See CANE, page4 Cue controlDan McDuffie shoots around on Grand Horizon’s new pool table. (Photo by Helene Rubenstein) More Grand Horizons news and photos, page 19.

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dents to come to the social hall to share a delicious ham dinner prepared by Dick Elliott and crew. The food was enjoyed by all who attended. This was a good way of celebrating Christmas in Florida since we all are from different states and away from our families. The New Year’s Eve dance at Rainbow Village featured The Belaire’s. Residents got all dressed up in their party clothes and danced up a storm to a variety of music from the ’50s and ’60s. They brought in the New Year watching the New York City countdown to the new year. Fun was had by all who attended the sold out dance. This was the last dance that the chairperson chaired. Great job Jim and Julie Ferrier. The new chairpersons are David and Carol Halliday. Some residents celebrated the New Year at the mini hall with snacks and games. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 3 RAINBOW VILLAGE By Sandra Abel Rainbow Village The day before Christmas was a busy day at Rainbow Village. Clay Young hooked up the trailer to his truck and we got the trailer decorated for the many carolers that will be hauled on it. They arrived with their Santa hats, bells and voices to sing Christmas carols. He drove up and down Rainbow streets and the carolers sang Christmas carols to our residents and wishing them a Merry Christmas! We rushed home and ate a little supper and got ready for our Christmas Eve service. Our Christmas Eve church service was a little different this year. St. Nicholas, portrayed by Joe Lasch, visited our service explaining that he wanted us to teach the children the true meaning of Christmas. It is the birthday of Jesus, not what St. Nicholas can bring for you. Our Rainbow Village choir performed. Sandra Abel was narrator and Pastor Don Wright had a Christmas message for all who attended to celebrate the birth of Jesus! Walking home from our Christmas Eve service, it was like walking into one of those magic balls that you shake and snow falls. First you look up and down the streets and see the luminaries at each home placed by Dick Elliott and his crew. Next you observe the Christmas decorations and lights on most homes. The only thing missing was the snow! After Christmas Eve service a lot of residents stayed for snacks and Christmas music from some of our talented residents. It was a wonderful way of sharing fellowship with our neighbors on Christmas Eve. Christmas Day we had church services early and our special music was Joe and Jan Edwards, residents of our park who gave us a little mini concert of Christmas music. Pastor Don Wright preached a wonderful Christmas sermon. A beautiful church service to celebrate the birthday of Jesus. Dinner bells were ringing for the resiRainbow Village was rife with carolers who patrolled and sang through the streets on Christmas Eve. (Photo by Rose Lasch) Dinner bells summoned Rainbow Village residents to the social hall to share a ham dinner prepared by Dick Elliott and crew. It provided a family atmosphere, as most of the Rainbow Village residents come from different states and different families. (Photo by Rose Lasch) The Christmas Eve church service was a bit different this year at Rainbow Village, stressing the true meaning of Christmas over gift giving. (Photo by Dick Abel)Holidays over the rainbow FAMILY OWNED & OPERATED813-779-4445www.CornerstoneAirFla.com € SALES € SERVICE € INSTALLATIONLicensed Bonded &Insured € Lic# CAC 1816647 AŽRated BBB A/C Company SERVING OUR CUSTOMERS WITH QUALITY,HONESTY & INTEGRITY FREE Service Call with repair FREE ESTIMATES FOR NEW SYSTEMS PRECISION TUNE-UP$4995*ULTIMATE 77 POINT *if system fails we reimburse $49.95 toward repairs6 MONTH GUARANTEE (813) 909-2800 www.cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWSis published every other week by Community News Publications 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 Terri Williamson sales@cnewspubs.com TheLAKER/PARKNEWS

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of America chapter, walks a circle, pulling a long beam to turn the rollers of the mill to squeeze the cane. A faster, tractor-powered mill also will be used. Grinding will start about 8 a.m. The contest is open to anyone who makes syrup from sugar cane or sorghum. The museum anticipates entries from as far away as South Florida and the Panhandle in West Florida. Those who wish to participate in judging will taste each entry and vote on their choice of the best flavor.Syrup making in the south has been a collaborative event for generations. Traditionally, one family would provide the equipment to squeeze the juice out of the sugar cane and the kettle to boil the juice down to the consistency of syrup. Others might grow a patch of cane, and the mill owner would make the syrup for half of the product.The cane harvest and syrup making became a community event with hot biscuits to sop-up the syrup as well as fresh pork sausage and ham since butchering season coincided with syrup-making season. Local musicians entertained with banjos and fiddles, guitars and sometimes an accordion.The mission of the Southern Syrup-makers Association (SSA) is to preserve the traditional art of making syrup from sugar cane and sorghum as well as educate younger generations about the past. SSA includes members from throughout the south and as far away as Texas, Maryland, and Missouri.During the event, spectators can see a display of old cane mills and syrup kettles and visit the museum’s cane patch, which was replanted in November and is just now sprouting. Cane should be ready for harvest this fall.The event also features a garden tractor pull. The competition features modified lawn mowers and garden tractors pulling a sled on the clay track. Lester Fisher of New Experienced Merchandise € Used But Not AbusedŽ(813) 355-48078607 Gall Blvd € Zephyrhills, FL33541US 301 1/4 mile north of LowesTuesday Saturday 10a m 5 p m closed Sunday & M onday Furn i ture Ant iq ues Collect ib les Tools Household Goods Lawn E q u i p m ent Kn i cknacks La m ps F i sh i n g E q u i p m ent and m uch m uch m ore "WE ALSO BUY" 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 4 WE SPECIALIZE IN HUMANA GOLD PLUS 23532 State Road 54 Lutz, FL33559To schedule an appo i nt m ent, please call :(813) 909-1600S Ž Ha b la Espa – olLAB AND EKG ON-SITE Dan i el L. He i n ig M .DBoard Certified in Internal Medicine Your Health Care Guardian Over 22 years of experience in adult medicine Book Swap Buy 1 Used Book,Get 1 FREENEW TAMPA 1946 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Wesley Chapel(In the Pu b l i x / Beall's Plaza)813-929-7490 M on-Sat 10 to 6 Sun 12-4www.bookswapfl.com 38152 Medical Center Ave. Zephyrhills,FL 33540 (813) 782-4560 Full Pul m onary Funct i on Test Sleep D i sorder Evaluat i onAccept i n g m ost i nsurances Serv i n g your co mm un i ty s i nce 1981Paul LChakola M .D. FCCP Mollly the mule is an integral part in turning syrup from sugar cane. Photos courtesy of www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org. Syrup making in the south has long been a collaborative effort. Making syrup from sugar cane is a cold-weather custom on small farms.Port Richey built the sled and it works just like the sled used in the large tractor pulls.Anyone with cane-growing or harvesting tools or syrup-making equipment for sale, trade or just for show, may bring it for display. Pioneer Village at the Pioneer Florida Museum is on US 301, one mile north of Dade City. Museum volunteer Wilbur Dew and Betsy Crisp of UF/IFAS-Pasco County Cooperative Extension are coordinating the event. For more information, call (352) 567-0262 or visit www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org.CANE, fro m page 1 The Pioneer Florida Museum's cane patch was replanted in November.

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held on Saturday, Jan. 21 at noon. Betmar clubs and activities will be showcased in Clubhouse No. 2. All Betmar residents are invited. The Canadian Picnic will take place on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 4 p.m. in Clubhouse No. 2. Tickets are a donation of $3. Canadian owners, renters and guests are invited to attend. The Dessert Theatre Show will be held Jan. 27, 28 and 29 in Clubhouse No. 2. The Friday and Sunday shows will be at 7 p.m. and the Saturday show is at 2 p.m. Bridge winners on Dec. 28 were (first) Ken Fowler, (second) Judy Leger and (third) Louise Wood. Bridge winners on Jan. 2 were (first) Doris Butler, (second) Dick Quinlan, (third) Clare Hart and (fourth) Bill Martzloff. The high score at Fun Darts on Jan. 3 went to Lee Gaynier with a 113. The winners of the Stars games were Bernie Novak, Kate Russo, Lee Hutchins, Richard Weigand, Judy Leger, Bill Westen and Lyle E Vans. Dee Payne, Activities Director, announced that in sickbay this week are Harry Schmitt, Bob Magoon, Roger Courts and Peter Martucci. Please pray for our Betmar family. Dee also asks that you check the list of the people of Betmar who passed away in 2011 to make sure names are spelled correctly and that no one was missed.Birthdays are Millie Sandleben Jan. 2, Dick Davis Jan. 2, Jerri LaFever Jan. 3, Marilyn Smith Jan. 3, Albert Hoke Jan. 5, Helen Lehoullier Jan. 5, Linda Lafayette Jan. 7 and Barbara Hoke Jan. 9. Anniversaries are Ron and Anna Rancourt Jan. 5 and Rita and Dick Goody Jan. 8. Dee invited all the children back up on stage to sing to the celebrants while Ralph Knotts played the piano.Visitors this week are Chuck, Jen, Kamryn, Chandler and Kaitlin Ruetz and Erica Van Locke all from Ohio visiting Wayne and Ivy Ruetz, Steve and Heather Gungle from Ontario and Jenni, Jessamine and Mason from Australia visiting Madeline and Shelly Jewell and Christopher More visiting Denny and Karen Horein.New owners are Lyle and Dana Paul from Michigan, Stuart and Carolyn Baxter from Maine, Smitty and Rene Smith from New York, Michael and Lexie Hartung from Maine, Ray and Bea Dutil from Maine, Butch and Dorothy Roberts from Wisconsin, Larry and Beverly Colvin from Missouri, Jack Wallis and Janet Seibert from Michigan and Bob and Sueanne Cline from Michigan. 813-377-300038422 Valley Oaks Circle, Zephyrhills, FL 33541(Off of Wire Road)www.grandreserve-fl.comGRAND RESERVEa resort-style 55+ adult community FALL SAVINGS SPECIAL UP TO $400 OFF HURRY IN LIMITED TIME OFFER Elevator buildings Easy access shower stalls Sparkling pool 4 covered Social, recreational and educational activities Walking distance to shopping, medical facilities and restaurants *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-spotsŽ € State-of-the-art center € One block from US Hwy 301 shopping plazas and restaurants *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 educational activities € Walking distance to shopping, medical facilities and restaurants *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 January 11, 2012 5 New year brings slew of activitiesBy Kathy Mace Betmar Happy New Year to all of you. A new year brings so many opportunities and new beginnings. We are so fortunate in Betmar to have lots of activities to choose from. Let 2012 be the year to try something new which will also give you a chance to meet new people and make new friends. Life is full of endless possibilities. Have a blessed and exciting new year. Bryan Toll, assistant activities director, opened coffee today. Lorey Goodenough gave the invocation and led us in the pledge. We had several children visiting in the park today and they all joined Bryan onstage to draw numbers for the tables to go for donuts and coffee. There is a lot of cheering and numbers called out with tables begging to go first. We are all kids at heart. There will be a Hawaiian-themed table dance on Saturday, Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Clubhouse No. 2. Music is by Hank Bontrager. Tickets are a donation of $5. A planning meeting for the MI Picnic will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 17 after coffee. Everyone who would like to help is invited to attend. The picnic will be held on Thursday, Feb. 2. Tickets are a donation of $2 and are available in the annex or from committee members. The Five State Plus Picnic is Saturday, Feb. 18 in Clubhouse No. 3. Tickets are a donation of $2. Euchre will be held in the Maple Leaf Room of the Apache Clubhouse on Friday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. The What Not Sale is Friday, Jan. 13 and Saturday, Jan. 14. This is a big fundraiser for the park taking place in Clubhouse No. 2, the shuffle courts, the big barns, the bike shed and all around the grounds. The public is invited to shop this sale along with all of our Betmar family. The sale starts at 8 a.m. on both days. There will also be a putting contest and a longest drive contest. The Betmar Memorial will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 15 in Clubhouse No. 2. We will be honoring all of our Betmar family who passed away in 2011. This is a wonderful ceremony to pay tribute to our friends. Everyone is invited to attend. The Newcomer’s Orientation Fair will be BETMAR

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Zephyrhills Dade City West Zephyrhills 6930 Gall Boulevard 14045 7th Street 36239 State Road 54 Zephyrhills, FL 33542 Dade City, FL 33525 Zephyrhills, FL 33541Phone: (813) 783-8122 Phone: (352) 521-0715 Phone: (813) 783-3664 www.centerstatebank.comFREE CHECKING! FREE DEBIT CARD! FREE GIFT! CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 7 staff member informed the church’s engineer that the permit was required, Hobby said. The church didn’t realize a government permit was needed because it considers helping the homeless part of its core mission, he said. The county first received complaints about the church operating a homeless shelter in June, according to county records. The county issued a cease-and-desist order to close the shelter in December, after fielding complaints, but county staff did not enforce the order after Commissioner Pat Mulieri asked staff to look into the issue. Mulieri said the shelter is being allowed to continue operating until the county considers the conditional use permit. Mulieri, who chairs the county’s Homeless Advisory Board, also said she plans to push for a change that would allow cold-weather shelters to operate without permits when the temperature dips below 50 degrees. Currently, that standard is 36 degrees. fee and some hot chocolate for the four little kids, ages 2, 5, 8 and 15. “I’ve interacted with those people every day since. They are, except for the grace of God, me. Every one of them.” Kelly Lewis, who lives on Appaloosa Trail not far from the church, said she supports the shelter but is concerned about potential negative impacts on her neighborhood. She said her mail has been stolen and she has seen drunken people walking down the block. “I just want to make sure that it’s not going to spill over into our neighborhood,” Lewis said. “I have young children.” Another woman, who said she lives nearby, characterized the church’s efforts as a noble cause. However, she said she is concerned attracting undesirables into the neighborhood. That comment drew a retort from another woman, who chastised the speaker for labeling anyone as being undesirable. The pastor acknowledged that the church gets lots of traffic from people needing help. “There’s a lot that happens here,” Mitchell said. “We’re giving them groceries, we’re giving them hygiene products, we’re giving them job referrals, we’re helping them pay the rent, we’re helping them pay their phone bill. The Samaritan Project has an office at the church, providing assistance with rent, utilities and job referrals, Mitchell said. “People are hurting. Honestly, it could be anybody in this room. You could be next,” the pastor said. Carol Scheckler, a board member on the Samaritan Project, has watched the evolution of the church’s mission to help the homeless. “Back in ’09, when Tim first opened the cold-weather shelter, my husband and I did some volunteering. We had one person show up.” The next time, she walked through a homeless tent city and invited people living in about 40 tents to come to the church for a warm dinner, warm bed and warm breakfast. No one took her up. “The ones that you are seeing, that are walking the streets drunk, are stealing and are doing all of the damage, are not the people in this shelter,” Scheckler said. “You need to stop stereotyping homeless,” she said. “These children did not make this decision to be homeless. It was the hand that they were dealt.” Doyle Springfield, who lives on Pinto Lane, applauds the church’s efforts. “The problems that we’re having on Appaloosa Trail and Lanier aren’t coming from this church,” he said. “I’m a retired police officer. I’m a very nosy neighbor. Some of the problems that people are witnessing stem from neighborhood residents, Springfield said. “I’m not one of those, ‘Not in My Backyard,’ because, folks, this is my backyard. My hat’s off to the pastor,” Springfield said. Hobby said the church wants to be a good neighbor. “For those of you all that have concerns, please contact me, please email me, please call me at my office. I do want to hear specifics from you all. We may come up with a great idea, talking together, that will help alleviate some of your problems that you’ve had in the past or that you might have in the future,” Hobby said. The attorney said church officials did not realize a conditional use was needed for its shelter until it began drawing plans for the new 120-bed facility. That’s when a county“There’s a lot that happens here, we’re giving them groceries, we’re giving them hygiene products, we’re giving them job referrals, we’re helping them pay the rent, we’re helping them pay their phone bill.”—Tim Mitchell, pastor at Chancey Road Christian ChurchHOMELESS, from page 1 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News

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EVENTS CHOCOLATE & MORE CHOCOLATEThe Museum of Science and Industry will host Tampa’s second annual Festival of Chocolate, Saturday, Jan. 14 until Monday, Jan. 16. The Festival of Chocolate is Florida’s largest all-chocolate themed event. Highlights this year include a live competition of the best of chocolate indulgences in Central Florida, judged by a panel of pastry experts, celebrities and selfnamed chocoholics. Kids will also have the opportunity to design a colorful and edible masterpiece and learn about the journey of the cacao bean. There will be hands-on science of chocolate demonstrations, chocolate cookie-stacking contests, chocolate games, historical presentations, a book signing and a Chocolate University class.DEAL ME INThere will be a public card party hosted by the Ladies Shrine Court No. 97 of Zephyrhills at the rec hall of Bahr’s Mobile Home Park, on Thursday, Jan. 12. The party starts at 11 a.m. and meetings occur the second Thursday of each month. There will be lunch and door prizes for a donation of $4 to benefit the Shrine Children’s hospital in Tampa. The Zephyrhills Court No. 97 goal is to buy a child a custom wheelchair. The cost is about $5,000 each. Friends are welcome. For more information, call Carol Miller at (813) 996-1416. MARKETING MANIAThere will be marketing mania at Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills. Meetings are the last Thursday of every month. The first meeting is Thursday, Jan. 26 at 10 a.m. Continental breakfast will be provided. RSVP by calling (813) 779-4501. REGISTER TO RUN Registration is open for the second annual Honest Abe 5K Race presented by St. Leo University to benefit the Boy Scouts of America. Runners can preregister at www.active.com for the race on Feb. 11 at 8 a.m. Long-sleeve tee shirts are guaranteed for those who preregister. For more information, call Chrissy Kruse at (813) 929-6789.QUEST FOR QUILTSQuilt entries for the Pioneer Florida Museum 22nd Annual Farm Fest & Quilt Show must be received by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27. The annual event is Feb. 4-5 and showcases “Old Florida” at the Pioneer Florida Museum and Village, one mile north of downtown Dade City. For more information, call (352) 567-0262 or go to www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org.KUMQUATS GALOREGet your fill of kumquats at the annual Kumquat Festival on Saturday, Jan. 28, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Dade City. Kumquats will be featured in pies, cookies, smoothies, marmalades, ice cream, salsas and more. Activities include a fun run and walk, arts and crafts, entertainment, farmer’s market, a quilt challenge and a recipe contest. For more information, call the Dade City Chamber of Commerce at (352) 567-3769. MEETINGS AERIE COOK-OFFCentennial Aerie No. 4399 of Dade City will be having a chili cook-off and basket auction on Saturday, Jan. 28. The cook-off and basket auction will last from 5-7 p.m. All proceeds go to charity. The aerie is located at 15924 US 301 N. in Dade City. For more information, call (352) 567-9755.EAST PASCO DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETSThe East Pasco Democratic Club will have its January meeting in the meeting room of Bentley Commons, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills, on Monday, Jan. 16 from 78:30 p.m. A guest from Organizing for America will give instructions on registering voters for the upcoming election cycle. Anyone is welcome to attend. Call Diane Parker at (813) 778-6743 with any questions. CHAMBER BREAKFASTHabitat for Humanity of East and Central Pasco County will host the Dade City Chamber Breakfast Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 a.m. at the Dade City Business Center.OFF TO THE RACESThe third annual Little Everglades International Combined Driving Event will be Feb. 23-26 at Little Everglades Ranch in Dade City. Top drivers and horses will be competing in selection trials for the 2012 World Championships. Singles, pairs and 4in-hand classes will compete. On Saturday, Feb. 25, spectators can enjoy Jack Russell terrier races, classic cars, a children’s area, Uncle Mike’s Hugging Farm, food and beverage vendors and a silent auction. Admission is $10 per day with children 12 and under admitted free. For more information call (352) 521-3661 or email info@LittleEvergladesSteeplechase.org. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALLSpring registration for Little League baseball will be at Sam Pasco Field on Chancey Road, just east of Highway 39 in Zephyrhills. Registration will be on Thursday, Jan. 12 from 6:30-8:30 p.m., on Saturday, Jan. 14 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., on Sunday, Jan. 15 from 1-5 p.m. and on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. All new players, as well as returning players in the minor divisions and under, must attend two of the four tryouts. All registrants must bring three proofs of current residency. The three best proofs are a current drivers license, a vehicle registration and a voters ID card. One utility bill can be used but it must show the service address where you live. All registrants must bring the original state-issued birth certificate or current passport. Hospital-issued certificates are not valid for this purpose. Registration fees are as follows: League ages 4-8 (Tee Ball through Jr Minors/Coach Pitch)-$60 per child plus $10 county fee plus $10 concession fee.League age 9 through 16 (Minors through Seniors)-$80 per child plus $10 county fee plus $10 concession fee.Tryout Dates: Thursday, Jan. 19 6:30-8:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20 6:30-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22 1-3 p.m. Any player in the Minors divisions down, and any new player in any division, must attend 50 percent of the tryouts. Drafting of teams will be done on Saturday, Jan. 28. There will be a parent meeting on Monday, Jan. 30 (location to be announced) where parents will be given their team information and meet the coaches. You will also be provided league financial and other information. Opening day is Tuesday, Feb. 28. YARD SALE CORNER CLUBHOUSE SALEThe Driftwood Community clubhouse sale is on Saturday, Jan. 21 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Promising trash to treasures, the sale takes place at 38333 Cottonwood Place in Zephyrhills, with entrances off either Wire or Dairy roads. If you have any questions, call (813) 782-9503.SPRING FLINGThe Spring Fling annual clubhouse park sale is on Saturday, Feb. 4 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. for Oaks Royal 1 and 11, off Dean Dairy Road in Zephyrhills. There will be a flea market, bake sale, raffle and more. PARK-WIDE SALEFlorida Estates will be having its park-wide sale on Saturday, Jan. 21 starting at 9 a.m. Everyone is welcome. **Send your yard sale info to etorrens@cnewspubs.com** Your Community Calendar  Submit to: etorrens@cnewspubs.com  All listings free of charge What ’ s HAPPENING CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 9

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OPENING NIGHT: Friday, January13 at 7 pm Coming Soon: A New SuperpowerŽFREE multi-media presentations by Dr. Ron Clouzet continue weekly through the end of February on Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings at 7 pm.Other topics in this continuing series include: 2012 and Signs of the End of The World, Armageddon and the Seven Last Plaques, Revelations Three Angels Message, The Mark of the Beast, The Role of Israel at the End, The Mystery of Death, Heavenand the Apocalypse, and other fascinating Bible subjects.All presentations held at the East Pasco Seventh-day Adventist Church 7333 Dairy Road Zephyrhills C A N N T H E E P A S T T R E V E A L L Y O U R R F U T U R E ? ? Call 813-782-2000 for more information or visit our website at www.epsdachurch.org. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 10 BAKER ACRES Pillars of the parkBy Kathy Adams Baker Acres Beverly comes to us from Michigan. She and her husband, Bob, retired in August of 1991 and their first retirement spot was on the Gulf of Alabama. They found it was a little cooler than expected so decided to move further south. They had friends here in Baker Acres who invited them for a visit. Bev’s first impression was that she thought she could enjoy this area. There were quaint lanterns throughout the park, green grass and it was a little hilly so reminded them of the farmland in Michigan where they had both grownup. It wasn’t long before they were looking at a place to buy. Bob, her husband, had been a real estate agent in Michigan, so making friends was easy for him and they were soon well established and taking part in all the activities. They chaired Pinochle and Euchre nights, played bocce ball, joined dancing and, when the secretary-treasurer of the Activities Committee left, Bev volunteered to be the treasurer. Bob was bitten by red ants and admitted to the hospital in 2001. His health deteriorated from there and left Bev a widow March 7, 2007, causing a drastic change in her life. Bev continued to come to Baker Acres and made a life of her own. She remains very active in the park. She’s still the treasurer of the Activities Committee. Does a lot of food preparation for different events in the park as well as purchase the supplies and food for all the events. When asked who should be recognized as a Pillar of the Park, Beverly Mapes was voted No. 1! Mike and Pat Johnson of Lansing, Mich., came to visit Mike’s sister in 2004 and left being the proud owners of a park home, a decision they’ve never regretted. Mike is an all-around “Mr. Fix-It” and is always busy helping out wherever he’s needed. He is chairperson for the famous “Pancake Breakfast” several times a season and helps Beverly Mapes shop and stock the supplies needed for all the food events in the park. And, last but certainly not the least, Mike sets up and helps call bingo here at the park. Pat helps her husband in all his ventures as well as having a few of her own, then Mike gets to help her. Pat originated the first “Fashion Show” and, with her friend, Suzzy, presented a “Murder Mystery” for the Park. It is not unusual to see their carport full of people as they host a potluck or just provide a place to come and chat. People like Mike and Pat are what make our park great! Beverly Mapes and her deceased husband, Bob, first gave retirement a try in Alabama, but found the weather to be a bit cooler than expected, so they wound up in Baker Acres. Mike and Pat Johnson bought a park home in Baker Acres in 2004 on a trip to visit Mike’s sister. (Photos courtesy of Kathy Adams)

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school history. Midfielder Sierra Monday and defender/midfielder Nicole Esposito signed with Brewton-Parker College and Polk State College, respectively. “It’s great to listen to their experiences when they come back,” Dodd said. “It’s good for them because they start to see life in a whole different way. They’re having some of the same experiences I had and it’s good to see.” This season Wiregrass Ranch is 13-4, giving Dodd a record 66-10-5 overall. Wiregrass Ranch played at Ridgewood on Jan. 10 but results were not available by press time. The Bulls’ next major challenge is the Class 4A-District 8 tournament at Freedom Jan. 17-20, where they are the No. 3 seed. Wiregrass Ranch must make the finals to earn a playoff spot, but Dodd sees good things in the future regardless of the outcome. “I think it’s only going to keep growing,” Dodd said. “These girls in the community are starting to realize the capabilities they have and how far they can actually go. My goal is to build a program here that people want to be a part of. I think with this group we’re already on the way to doing that.” —All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches. Brett M. Scotch, DO, FAOCO Paul DiPasquale, DO, FAACSLocations in Wesley Chapel & Zephyrhills813.929.6673www.WesleyChapelENT.comDo 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 enjoy life with your family and friends. Live in the now. Would you rather be hereORHEAR? $500 off a pair of Intiga Aidsgood thru 1-31-12 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 13 By Kyle LoJacono klo j acono@cnewspu b s.co m Erin Dodd made waves playing soccer at Zephyrhills High and is continuing to make an impact as Wiregrass Ranch’s coach. Dodd’s love for soccer goes back to her earliest memories growing up in Zephyrhills. She started playing in a league at age 4 but has pictures of herself kicking a ball when she was about 2. “Or at least that’s what I think I was trying to do,” Dodd said with a smile. “Not quite sure at that age. … My older brothers all played, so whatever sport they were playing I was automatically interested in because I look up to both of them.” Girls soccer was in its infancy during Dodd’s childhood and there were few opportunities to play while in elementary school. “There weren’t any girls leagues, so I was playing in the boys leagues,” Dodd said. “In fifth grade I found an all-girls league in Temple Terrace.” It was around that time Dodd started understanding the game in a way that separated her from those she played against. “I love the creativity,” Dodd said. “It really is such a simple game, but you can be so creative with it especially if you work well with your teammates and the players around you. It’s a creative, beautiful game.” Dodd scored 147 goals while playing midfield at Zephyrhills, setting the career record for the program. “It was a great accomplishment to be able to set that record, but I think even more when I was playing girls soccer wasn’t very big,” Dodd said. “Soccer in general was just growing. For Pasco County and for Zephyrhills I think I was able to inspire some younger players and give them something to shoot for.” Dodd’s time at Zephyrhills was one of the most successful stretches in Bulldogs’ history. The squad won a pair of district championships and reached the Class 4A regional semifinals during her senior campaign in 1997, the furthest the program has gone in the playoffs. Dodd was an all-Sunshine State Conference (SAC) selection every year in high school and earned a scholarship to play at the University of Memphis where she played striker. “College was probably my best memories because of all the new people I met and the places I got to travel to,” Dodd said. “I got to see things I probably wouldn’t have been able to if I wasn’t playing soccer.” After her playing career ended, Dodd started coaching to help young players realize their own talents. “It was an opportunity to work with them one-on-one and as a group making sure they’re doing everything they can to be better not just as players but as teammates and people,” Dodd said. She became the girls coach at John Long Middle six years ago. Dodd led the squad to a 4-3-3 record that season, the last time it would lose while she was at the helm. The Longhorns rattled off three consecutive perfect seasons, including 26 straight victories. Dodd’s teams did not slow down when she became Wiregrass Ranch’s coach last season. The Bulls had won 22 games during the program’s first four years, but under their new leader they went 23-3-2 en route to winning a district championship and making the Class 4A regional finals. Dodd was named the All-Laker/All-Lutz News and SAC girls soccer east Coach of the Year for her work last season. “That entire year was my favorite memory coaching,” Dodd said. “I’d worked with a majority of the girls before, and being able to come back and work with them again and be successful was special. To see how truly happy they were and realizing how successful they could be for themselves was really great.” Wiregrass Ranch sophomore defender Grace Olsen was not surprised what the squad has done with Dodd leading them. “She’s been a huge part of the team,” said Olsen, who was coached by Dodd at John Long. “If you just look at the record the last two years you can see that. … She’s been really consistent. She also keeps things really entertaining. I haven’t gotten sick of her coaching even though she’s coached me the last four years. I always want to play, and I want to play for her.” Bulls junior forward Berlin Waters was also excited with the prospects of learning from Dodd, who was her coach for a year with the Wesley Chapel Flames club. “When I came to Wiregrass Ranch last year and heard she was going to be the coach it was nice to have someone I already knew,” said Waters, who has a team-high 18 goals this year. “It’s nice to know she can get the team working together and winning games. … She knows how to connect with the players, she knows what to do with the different positions and she knows how she needs to coach each of us individually.” Dodd’s work with two players last year helped them get scholarships, the first Bulls soccer players to sign with a college in Coach Erin Dodd has led the Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer team to a 36-7-2 record in her first two years at the helm. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 16 Florida Hospital Zephyrhills—Anderson, Dallas E.; born Dec. 7 to Justin Anderson and Gustina Bennett of Dade City —Arcadio, Evan Julian; born Nov. 29 to Julio and Maxine Arcadio of Dade City —Beck, Breeanna Kay; born Oct. 18 to Ron and Jessica Beck of Zephyrhills —Bell, Jaclyn Mary Sue; born Nov. 16 to Dustin and Karen Bell of Zephyrhills—Bragg, Landon Micah; born Nov. 15 to Joshua Bragg and Autumn De Lite of Zephyrhills—Cardoza, Logan Reese; born Nov. 16 to Enrique Cardoza and Amanda Danzo of Zephyrhills —Carter, Landyn Thomas; born Nov. 15 to Edward Carter III and Stephanie Patterson of Zephyrhills —Correa, Cristian Alexander; born Dec. 10 to Roberto Correa and Christina Horne of Dade City —Cruz, Sebastian, born Dec. 3 to Marisol Cruz of Dade City —Diaz, Isabella Jade; bon Dec. 14 to Rafael and Frances Diaz of Zephyrhills —Guillion; Isaiah Matthew; born Dec. 11 to Matthew Guillion and Meagan Griffin of Zephyrhills —Harris, Jeremiah Jimmy; born Dec. 15 to Granville Harris, Jr. and Charlon Parker of Dade City —Harris, Lamiya Kyrielle; born Dec. 6 to Dwayne Harris and Desiree Williams of Dade City —Hornberger, Sofia Jean; born Dec. 22 to Russ and Desiree Hornberger of Wesley Chapel —Jackson, Mason Micai; born Nov. 11 to David Jackson and Cassandra Bonilla of Dade City —Jimeniz, Diana Ivette; born Dec. 20 to Iran Jimenez and Diana Cruz of Dade City —Knight, Noah Jacob; born Dec. 20 to Caleb Knight and Kristina Hanlon of Zephyrhills —Levally, Londyn Paige; born Dec. 15 to Rusty and Amanda Levally of Zephyrhills —Lycans, Weston Reece; born Nov. 30 to Todd and Mindy Lycans of Dade City —Merle, Elizabeth Louise, born Dec. 1 to Brian and Brittany Merle of Zephyrhills —Patel, Ansh Patel; born Nov. 15 to Pranav and Jeenal Patel of Zephyrhills —Santos, Riley; born Dec. 15 to Alysia Santos of Zephyrhills —Saucedo, Simon; born Nov. 11 to Marcos Saucedo and Maria Arellano of Dade City—Schell, Kalianah Juvalon Rae’Lee; born Dec. 20 to Cody Schell and Kenda Rae of Zephyrhills—Smith, Hailey Brook; born Nov. 30 to Justin Smith and Tiffany Zink of Dade City —Sutter, Nolen Thomas; born Nov. 29 to Nick and Natasha Sutter of Dade City —Temple, Selina; born Dec. 25 to Lan Temple of Dade City —Weiser, Sophia Michelle; born Nov. 27 to Jacob Weiser and Rae-Lynn Harrison of Zephyrhills —Winston, Tayarah Nevaeh; born Dec. 14 to Calvin Winston and Nicole Dennis of ZephyrhillsPasco Regional Medical Center—Arroyo, Januel; born Oct. 16 to Jesus Arroyo and Jahaira Sanchez of Dade City —Barrantine, Dalaney Madison; born Oct. 18 to Ronnie Barrantine and Camber Hester of Zephyrhills —Clark, Klayton Christopher; born Oct. 20 to Aaron Clark and Trisha Brown of Dade City —Diaz, Sofia Nichole; born Oct. 21 to Juan Diaz and Tabitha Heath-Diaz of Dade City —Gonzalez, Mason Gerardo; born Nov. 21 to Gerardo Gonzalez and Heather Huckelby of San Antonio —Hale, Kyria Lynn Cathy Rain; born Oct. 24 to Antonio Hale and Jessica Proctor of Zephyrhills —Haley, Lily Charie; born Nov. 3 to Matthew Haley and Katie Davis of Dade City —Hall, Sophia Marie; born Oct. 21 to Damon and Jessica Hall of Dade City —Irby, Madalyn Grace; born Oct. 22 to Thomas Irby and Kimberly Barrentine —Lomelino, Sophia Diana; born Oct. 26 to Tim and Melissa Lomelino of Zephyrhills—Manson, Jr., Cory Wayne; born Nov. 18 to Cory Manson and Violet Lewellen of Dade City—Moon, Anthony Ray; born Oct. 18 to Stephen Moon and Chyann Thompson of Zephyrhills —Musgrave, Aliyah Michelle; born Nov. 13 to Abner Acevedo and Abbie Musgrove of Dade City —Pape, Trashade Larece; born Oct. 28 to Trashade and Kayla Pape of Dade City—Parker, Kam’yrn Jaishawn; born Oct. 21 to Phillip Parker and Emerald Jackson of Dade City—Perez, Angel Jeriel; born Oct. 25 to Juan Perez and Magdalena Roman of Dade City —Reno, Daniel Kennan; born Oct. 24 to Lawrence and Karen Reno of Zephyrhills —Strout, Christian Everett; born Nov. 3 to Kimberly Strout of Zephyrhills—Sumner. Elijah Lavelle; born Nov. 21 to Jonathan Sumner and Devon Myers of Dade City—Walls, Farrah Grace; born Oct. 25 to George and Angela Walls of Dade City—Wheatley, Stella Nicole; born Nov. 23 to Jordan Wheatley and Ashley Ramer of Dade City the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to: email: news@cnewspubs.com or mail to Community News Publications, PO Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548. Fax: (813) 909-2802.

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813-996-55305710 Land OLakes 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 January 11, 2012 17 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 HAPPY DAYS RV PARK B y Judy Ol s on Happy Days RV Park We at Happy Days RV Park have been very busy celebrating the Christmas season. On Dec. 24, Bob and Bettye Putnam hosted a park luncheon at their site and provided enough beef barley soup and sandwiches for the 100 Happy Days RVers that attended. We are all very grateful for their kindness and hospitality. That evening we attended a candlelight service led by Pastor Lynne Lister, with the choir under the direction of Brenda Knaack singing several Christmas carols. We were all reminded of the reason for the season. Christmas afternoon we enjoyed a wonderful ham-and-turkey dinner prepared by Toni Fischer, Eileen Frantz and Linda Jenkins. On Monday, Dec. 26, our king and queen for 2012, Kyle and Mae Benjamin, received their crowns in a coronation ceremony. We are looking forward to many more joyous celebrations with our Happy Days family to ring in the New Year! Happy New Year to all and God Bless! Kyle and Mae Benjamin, sitting, were crowned the king and queen for 2012. Behind them, from left, former kings and queens Paul and Elaine Fortelka, Harry and Louise Rothrock, and far right the Association President Bill Wellivere. Robert Putnam walks around greeting everyone at the soup supper he and his wife, Bettye, hosted. (Photos courtesy of Judy Olson)Happy Days hails new king and queen

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28519 State Road 54 Wesley Chapel,FL 33544 813-751-1300 2011 CHEVY MALIBU LTSilver, 4dr Sedan, Auto35,356 MILES 2011 FORD FIESTA SELOxford White Sedan37,916 MILES 2010 DODGE JOURNEY SXT Silver, 4dr SUV, Auto35,734 MILES 2007 MINI COOPER SSparkling Silver Hatchback39,349 MILES Over 15 banks nationwide that specialize in helping you to recreate the credit you once had and the confidence of driving a reliable vehicle (most with a warranty). Avoid Buy Here Pay Here dealerships STARTREBUILDING YOUR CREDITNOW.When other dealers Say No, we Say YES! RECENT Bankruptcies Repo's Foreclosures Auto Loans 1-800-538-6993 Get Approval Today! 100's of Cars Sold AlreadyQUALIFYING VEHICLES LUBE,OIL & FILTER $1995 most makes & modelsSYNTHETIC OIL SLIGHTLY HIGHERPlease provide coupon at time of service. One coupon per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offers or specials. Expires 1-31-12. $10000OFF ANY PARTS & SERVICECANNOT EXCEED 20% OF TOTAL BILLPlease provide coupon at time of service. One coupon per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offers or specials. Expires 1-31-12. FROM $199 PER WEEKExpires 1-31-12. Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 18 SUNDANCE B y B arbara White Sundance Park Sundance Mobile Home Park on CR 54 is planning the first meeting of the new year to be on Monday, Jan. 9 at 11 a.m. This will be ‘Charity Day’ for the club, inviting representatives to speak from our four charities that we support through the year. These charities are the Neighborhood Care Center, West Zephyrhills Elementary School, Hospice and Meals on Wheels. We will enjoy a soup and salad luncheon planned by Connie Soule and her kitchen committee. We will be sponsoring a Health Fair on Tuesday, Jan. 17 from 8 a.m.-noon. Rae Anderson is the chairperson for this event. All residents are invited to attend. All residents, including the men are invited to attend the Monday, Feb. 13 meeting. There will be a master gardener speaking, explaining Florida planting. Pat Wilson is planning a style show to be held on March 24. Tickets will be available for anyone in the community to attend. Watch for further information in the Park News regarding this event. Our Women’s Club, along with the help of many residents of Sundance Park, regularly collects canned and packaged foods to be donated to the Neighborhood Care Center and also items for the West Zephyrhills pre-k children. Gearing up for new year with fairs, shows and charity ATTENTION: Phone: (813) 909-2800 Ema i l: etorrens@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWS Do you like to write and take pictures? Zephyrhills Park Residents Spread the good news about your community, neighbors and friends. The Laker is inviting Zephyrhills residents– year round or seasonal – to be a part of Park News. This is a special publication for Zephyrhills park residents and publishes every two weeks.We are looking for a writer who lives in each park community.Be a part of The Laker, the largest newspaper serving Zephyrhills.

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28519 State Road 54 Wesley Chapel,FL 33544 813-751-1300 2011 CHEVY MALIBU LTSilver, 4dr Sedan, Auto35,356 MILES 2011 FORD FIESTA SELOxford White Sedan37,916 MILES 2010 DODGE JOURNEY SXT Silver, 4dr SUV, Auto35,734 MILES 2007 MINI COOPER SSparkling Silver Hatchback39,349 MILES Over 15 banks nationwide that specialize in helping you to recreate the credit you once had and the confidence of driving a reliable vehicle (most with a warranty). Avoid Buy Here Pay Here dealerships STARTREBUILDING YOUR CREDITNOW.When other dealers Say No, we Say YES! RECENT Bankruptcies Repo's Foreclosures Auto Loans 1-888-845-0216 Get Approval Today! 100's of Cars Sold AlreadyQUALIFYING VEHICLES LUBE,OIL & FILTER $1995 most makes & modelsSYNTHETIC OIL SLIGHTLY HIGHERPlease provide coupon at time of service. One coupon per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offers or specials. Expires 1-31-12. $10000OFF ANY PARTS & SERVICECANNOT EXCEED 20% OF TOTAL BILLPlease provide coupon at time of service. One coupon per customer. Cannot be combined with any other offers or specials. Expires 1-31-12. FROM $199 PER WEEKExpires 1-31-12. Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon Wesley Chapel Nissan Coupon 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 18 SUNDANCE B y B arbara White Sundance Park Sundance Mobile Home Park on CR 54 is planning the first meeting of the new year to be on Monday, Jan. 9 at 11 a.m. This will be ‘Charity Day’ for the club, inviting representatives to speak from our four charities that we support through the year. These charities are the Neighborhood Care Center, West Zephyrhills Elementary School, Hospice and Meals on Wheels. We will enjoy a soup and salad luncheon planned by Connie Soule and her kitchen committee. We will be sponsoring a Health Fair on Tuesday, Jan. 17 from 8 a.m.-noon. Rae Anderson is the chairperson for this event. All residents are invited to attend. All residents, including the men are invited to attend the Monday, Feb. 13 meeting. There will be a master gardener speaking, explaining Florida planting. Pat Wilson is planning a style show to be held on March 24. Tickets will be available for anyone in the community to attend. Watch for further information in the Park News regarding this event. Our Women’s Club, along with the help of many residents of Sundance Park, regularly collects canned and packaged foods to be donated to the Neighborhood Care Center and also items for the West Zephyrhills pre-k children. Gearing up for new year with fairs, shows and charity ATTENTION: Phone: (813) 909-2800 Ema i l: etorrens@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ PARKNEWS Do you like to write and take pictures? Zephyrhills Park Residents Spread the good news about your community, neighbors and friends. The Laker is inviting Zephyrhills residents– year round or seasonal – to be a part of Park News. This is a special publication for Zephyrhills park residents and publishes every two weeks.We are looking for a writer who lives in each park community.Be a part of The Laker, the largest newspaper serving Zephyrhills.

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By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons The season is nearly over and things are starting to quiet down a little bit at Grand Horizons so families could spend the holidays together. The community had its times with each other at the golf cart parade (that was held on Dec. 10) and dinners that were held in the new community center and even gatherings of friends going out for lunch and celebrating the holiday season. A good time was had by all, and now we are waiting in anticipation New Year’s Eve when we will welcome in the New Year. Some will do it quietly at home while others will be joining friends for dinner and many others will be attending a New Year’s Eve party at the community center. The party is hosted by Barb Livingston, Sandy Blais and Annmarie Shackewyc. They had a party several years back and it was very enjoyable. They will ring in the New Year with entertainer Billy Cole. I am sure that all attending will have a good time. When neighbors get together, we have a first-rate time and there is so much dancing. We have other arrangements but otherwise we would be there with all our friends. In the meantime, time does march on with new activities such as pinochle, euchre and an art class in addition to the activities that we have always enjoyed; such as mah jong, dominoes, meetings, coffee hour, poker, pay me, blood pressure clinics, card making, bingo, needle workers and so much more. The art class started on Dec. 13, and from what Luella told me, “Even if you can’t draw a straight line, you can do art.” We started pinochle on Dec. 19. Pinochle is a game that makes you think real hard, just like we do in mah jongg. It seems to be a fun and exciting game and I am certainly looking forward to learning it. Euchre started Thursday, December 22 and, this too, looks like it will be a challenge. This will be something different that I will attempt to conquer. Pinochle is taught by Jim and Judi Leitzke and Lynn and Tom Green while the art class is taught by Luella Wheeling and euchre is taught by Jim and Judi Leitzke. I am sure that after the holiday season, all three of these classes will grow in leaps and bounds. In addition to the new activities, we established a billiard club and we now have a new pool table. I am sure that this will receive much use. Another activity that is going on in full swing is shuffleboard, which is held three times a week. We have eight courts, and each court can accommodate four people. Now we can have many people come to play and not be turned away. During the hours of shuffleboard you can hear many a conversation, usually “get her in the kitchen.” The kitchen is 10 points off the teams’ total and several of the people try real hard to get their opponent in there. I guess when it comes to shuffleboard, everyone (or I should say, team) is out for themselves. I must say that things are looking up at Grand Horizons and it makes me wonder what will come in the future months. Whatever does come our way, I certainly look forward to it. So with our past activities plus a few new ones thrown it, we are still being kept busy and I, for one, just love it. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 19 GRAND HORIZONS Jim and Judi Leitzke teach pinochle at Grand Horizons, but here they are seen giving billiards a try. (Photo by Helene Rubenstein) Pucks are polished for shuffleboard. With eight courts, no Grand Horizon shuffleboarder has to be turned away. (Photo by Helene Rubenstein) Time marches on at Grand Horizons Don Bond and the residents have been getting good use out of the eight shuffleboard courts at Grand Horizons. (Photo by Helene Rubenstein) At left, Eugene Martin shows he isn’t camera shy, while Bob Wheeling enjoys a cup of joe at Grand Horizon’s coffee hour. (Photos by Martin Rubenstein)

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER/PARK NEWS January 11, 2012 21 GEM ESTATES By Lee Heffelfinger Gem Estates We’re still celebrating the holiday with parties and get-togethers here at Gem Estates. The golf cart parade was such a success we all wanted to see it again, so that’s what they did—had a second parade. Why go to all that trouble to decorate to only show it off one time? Lots of fun for the paraders and the weather was so beautiful the rest of us watching took our chairs and sat along the streets to see and cheer. Lots of “Merry Christmas” was heard along the parade route throughout the park. The Christmas dinner was a big success and the Maine crew served 150 residents and guests. They prepared everything from scratch right in our clubhouse kitchen and had several days of fun and fellowship doing it.The Christmas meal is free to our residents and $5 per person for guests. We welcomed several of our late-comer residents back to Gem Estates: Lew and Mary Ann McGoldrick, Elwood Moyer and Dot Himelberger, Keith and Carolyn Babbitt. Good to see you again. Jim Nagle, our vice president, conducted our coffee social due to the absence of President Joe Casey, who went north for the holidays. We learned that Dorothy Lipar is in a nursing home while Mary Bradford and Sylvia Held are in the hospital. Word is that Flossie O’Beay is recuperating from hip surgery. Prayers were said for all. We really enjoyed the line dancing that took place last week at our coffee, Loretta Green, Sharon Krenz, Frances Galvani, and Jeane Schutte accompanied by ladies from Hilcrest Park, Barbara, Pat, along with teacher, Linda entertained us by dancing to several Christmas songs. We’ll be having a blood drive again on Thursday, Jan. 12 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Anyone that can donate should come up to the clubhouse on that date. Reminders: Our Bingo has started and is featured every Wednesday. The clubhouse yard sale is Saturday, Jan. 14. Roughly 70 people enjoyed the “Bon Voyage” party held for all going on the Royal Caribbean “Jewel of the Seas” for a wonderful six-day cruise leaving Saturday, Jan. 21 from Tampa. We plan to go to the Early Bird Dinner theater on Thursday, Feb. 2 to see “Lie, Cheat, and Genuflect”. Call me at (813) 780-1012 if you would like to go with us. Cost is $62. Also we plan to go to Immokalee Wednesday, Feb. 8 for $30. The big trip will be our annual trek to Biloxi and New Orleans on February 13-16, 3 nights at the Isle of Capri Casino Hotel with a full day in New Orleans. February 21-22 will be an exciting trip to Ft. Lauderdale where we visit four casinos and another trip for the month of February is to the Florida Sunshine Opry to hear the world famous “Platters.” Lots going on here to keep everyone occupied and happy. Enjoy!!!! Christmas, golf parade, bingo and more at Gem Estates GAME PAGE ANSWERS

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 11,2012 28 813-907-780028739 SR 54 W Wesley Chapel, FL 33543www.fordofwesleychapel.com NEW YEAR PRICEREDUCTIONS!for exclusive offers! 2005 Ford Taurus SEL $8,300 #K04181B1A LOW MILES & POWER EVERYTHING! 2009 Honda Accord EX $17,200 #P2970 THIS IS THE ONE!!! IMMACULATE INSIDE AND OUT 2003 Ford F-150 $10,555 LEATHER! LOW MILES! 2008 Ford Edge Ltd $21,800 #12E26033A NICE & CLEAN, KEYLESS ENTRY, MP3 SOUND SYSTEM, TINT 2006 Dodge Magnum Wgn $10,995 #12K15350A KEYLESS ENTRY, ENGINE IMMOBILIZER, ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM, TINT 2007 Saturn VUE $9,100 #12B71781A REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, CRUISE, ROOF-SUN/MOON 2010 Ford Fusion SE $CALL #11K35937A GREAT GAS MILEAGE! GARAGE KEPT, GREAT CONDITION 2005 Infiniti G35 Sedan $13,800 #12E56795A 1 OWNER, GARAGE KEPT, NO DENTS OR DINGS, SMOKE FREE 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab $19,200 #11U52354B FLAWLESS CONDITION. TIRES LIKE NEW. HAVE TO SEE!! 2003 Buick Rendezvous $9,300 #1T36985A2 GARAGE KEPT, NO DENTS OR DINGS, NON-SMOKING VEHICLE 2005 Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder $9,800 #12F70953A REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, ENGINE IMMOBILIZER/VEHICLE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM 2008 Lincoln MKX $25,800 #12E39929A NAVIGATION, SUNROOF, LEATHER & ALL THE TOYS. 2010 Ford Edge SEL $21,800 #12E02069A STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS, PARKING ASSIST 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander ES $10,800 #11T22053A GARAGE KEPT, NON SMOKING VEHICLE, NO DENTS OR DINGS 2002 Jeep Gr Cherokee Laredo $CALL #12F98623A ENGINE IMMOBILIZER, ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM,TINT2008 Nissan Titan Crew Cab $20,300 #P2954A FLAWLESS INSIDE AND OUT. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED! 2002 Ford Explorer XLT $9,455 #12X15714B LEATHER, IMMOBILIZER/ VEHICLE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM 2007 Ford Focus S $8,885 #P2695A MP3 SOUND SYSTEM, CHILD SAFETY LOCKS 2006 Ford Five Hundred Limited $13,300 #12E44646A GARAGE KEPT, IMMACULATE INSIDE AND OUT 2004 Chrysler Sebring Cpe Limited $9,800 #11R45399B SPOTLESS!! PLATINUM SERIES, GARAGE KEPT 2008 Chevrolet Equinox $15,800 #12E39928B IMMACULATE. NO INTERIOR FLAWS, LEATHER INTERIOR 2004 Toyota Camry Solara Cpe $9,100 #12X47044A KEYLESS ENTRY, ENGINE IMMOBILIZER, ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM 2009 Ford Fusion SEL $18,200 #12F47918A NAVIGATION, LEATHER, FLAWLESS CONDITION 2010 Ford Expedition XLT $26,700 #P2960 REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, REAR SEAT AUDIO CONTROLS & AC 2009 Honda Pilot LX $19,400 #12E48457A WHERE DO YOU FIND A VEHICLE THAT SEATS 7. RIGHT HERE! not actual photo 2007 Ford Focus SE $10,400 #12F47918A NAVIGATION, LEATHER, FLAWLESS CONDITION 2012 Ford Mustang Cpe GT Premium $31,400 #12C07348A WHAT A DEAL! LOW MILEAGE AND ALL THE TOYS. 2006 Saab 9-3 Sport Aero $CALL #12F93189A REMOTE ENTRY, SECURITY SYSTEM, UPGRADED SOUND SYSTEM 2010 Jeep Wrangler 4WD Sport $22,885 #12U13276 MP3 SOUND SYSTEM, FOG LIGHTS, RUNNING BOARDS 2008 Pontiac Solstice $18,600 #1T85953AB FLAWLESS CONDITION, NON SMOKER 2004 Nissan Altima SE $5,495 #12F70950A REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY, ENGINE IMMOBILIZER, ANTI-THEFT 2010 Honda Civic Cpe EX $15,300 #12B27247A THIS ONE WAS BABIED AND GARAGE KEPT. 2003 Ford Taurus Wgn SE $8,800 #12C13876A HARD TO FIND!! NO INTERIOR FLAWS2003 Toyota Avalon Sdn $10,800 #12X63297B GARAGE KEPT. NO INTERIOR FLAWS. GREAT CONDITION. 2007 Ford F-150 Lariat $20,700 #BEC56135A 1 OWNER GARAGE KEPT. NO DENTS OR DINGS, INTERIOR IS IMMACULATE. NEW YEAR PRICEREDUCTIONS! not actual photonot actual photo not actual photo not actual photo not actual photo not actual photo not actual photo