Laker (Zephyrhills edition)

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Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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Lutz, FL
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September 22, 2010
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United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Zephyrhills
United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
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The L AKER FREE The L AKER EAST PASCO EDITION APRIL 30, 2014 Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations. Why rush to a competitor's ER just to sit and wait?!Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. It's simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure Designated Primary Stroke Center Joint Commission accredited Fast Emergency Care QUALITY This hospital is partially owned by physicians. BayfrontDadeCity.com You can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra¨ location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Last year, Huntington Ingalls Industries earned more than $6.8 billion. Chances are, you've never heard of this Virginia-based company. But you should definitely be familiar with its products nuclear-powered aircraft carriers that are more than 1,000 feet long and weigh 100,000 tons and you may even know its president and chief executive officer. C. Michael Petters has led Huntington Ingalls since before it was spun off from Northrop Grumman. Petters is a preeminent shipbuilder who learned his skills through the U.S. Naval Academy and the College of William and Mary, but the foundation of his success goes back even further all the way to the small German Catholic St. Joseph community in Pasco County. There, Petters and his siblings worked hard on the family's orange groves, but still remained focused on education and service. So it's no surprise that not only has Petters been invited to speak at upcoming commencement exercises at Saint Leo University, but so has his sister U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Susan Davison. The Class of 2014 graduation marks a milestone in the Petters' family history Saint Leo grads to learn something new from speakers See SAINT LEO, page8 AROUND THE PARKS COURTESY OF HELENE RUBENSTEIN Italian lunch connoisseurs Chris and Jerry Buckley at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant. More Grand Horizons, page 15 The L AKER FREE The L AKER EAST PASCO EDITION APRIL 2, 2014 Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations. Why rush to a competitor's ER just to sit and wait?!Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. It's simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure Designated Primary Stroke Center JCdd Fast Emergency Care QUALITY You can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra¨ location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: B y B .C. M an i on bcmanion@ akerlutznews.com As the Pasco County school district shifts to a more rigorous set of educational standards, Superintendent Kurt Browning has been making the rounds to explain the changes to parents. During his most recent stop at Wiregrass Ranch High School the final of 13 community meetings Browning told parents that the district must change the way teachers teach and students learn. He also called for greater involvement by parents to help prepare students for entering school and to reinforce learning at home. The district's current performance must improve, Browning said, especially since the district is ranked 34th out of the state's 67 districts. "I'm not the least bit happy with 34," Browning said. Society has changed and the district mustchangetootomeetitsgoalofproduc ing students who are ready for college, careers and life, Browning said. "We've got to make a connection between what's happening in the real world and in the classroom," Browning said. Along those lines, the district is shifting to Common Core State Standards and raising the bar on expectations. The standards define what students should know as they proceed through school in order to graduate from high school fully prepared to enter college and the work force. "We're embracing a new way of teaching and learning," said Rayann Mitchell, a senior supervisor in the division of curriculum, assessment and instruction. The new standards are causing teachers to think differently about the way they teach, Browning said. Instead of standing at the front of the classroom lecturing, teachers are now pushing for more collaboration between students Superintendent pushes new standards B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO At a s er i e s of co mm un i ty foru ms Pa s co County S chool s S uper i ntendent Kurt B rown i ng expla i ned the Co mm on Core S tate S tandard s The s y s te m def i ne s what s tudent s s hould know a s they proceed through s chool s o they can graduate fro m h i gh s chool fully prepared to enter college and theworkforce See S TANDARD S, page8 DON'T MISS A SINGLE ISSUE! The full version of The Laker is now available online. Visit LakerLutzNews.com and click E-Editions in the top left corner. COURTESY OF JOE ABELN Canopy piloting, more commonly known as swooping,' forces skydivers to pick up speed as they approach the ground, rather than slow down. Then they have to navigate obstacles, typically over lakes and ponds since water is more forgiving in high-speed impacts than the hard ground. By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Jim Drumm likely saw the first cracks in his tenure as Zephyrhills city manager last July when councilmen Lance Smith and Ken Burgess both gave him low marks on their evaluations of his job performance. Drumm had communications issues, according to the evaluations, especially when it came to city employees and the public as a whole. He wasn't getting out to meet enough people. The city's relationship with Pasco County was troubled, at best. Yet Drumm wasn't worried about his job. While he knew there was room for improvement in his own job performance, he received high marks from the three other council members. And as far as Drumm was concerned, there were nowhere near the four votes required to remove him, if that's what Smith and Burgess were aiming for. That all changed, however, in March, when Drumm found himself fighting for his job the voices of two councilmen suddenly gaining the power of the majority. Despite three legal opinions against him, Drumm maintains his position that no matter what his contract says, the city's charter the constitution of the local government requires four votes to remove him. The security of that belief encouraged MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO Zephyrhills city manager Jim Drumm goes over some last-minute details with city finance director Stacie Poppell ahead of a special city council meeting last week. D r umm takes f i nal stand New skydiving sport swoops into Zephyrhills with nationals By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com It's quite easily one of the newest sports out there, and something many people have never heard of. For the second straight year, Skydive City in Zephyrhills will host the U.S. Parachute Association National Skydiving Championships of Canopy Piloting May 2224. And whenever drop zone owner T.K. Hayes shares that with someone outside of skydiving, he can almost anticipate that first question: What is canopy piloting? "It's a fairly new sport that has come around in the last 10 to 12 years, and it's grown into its own discipline of skydiving," he said. Simply, skydivers jump from a plane that's just 5,000 feet in the air (compared to the normal 12,000 feet for typical skydiving), and instead of slowing down before hitting the ground, these jumpers actually speed up some as fast as 90 mph swooping through a ground-level course that's exciting for spectators, and dangerous for the jumpers. And Hayes knows all about that danger. He has a spinal fusion to prove it. "When we built the first swoop pond out here in 2000 or 2001, it wasn't even a sport then," Hayes said. "It was a windy day, and I got down too low and caught me See DRUMM, page8 See SKYDIVING, page8 C. Michael Petters

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Your emergency can't wait. Why should you? Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations. Why rush to a competitor's ER just to sit and w ait? Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. It's simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure This hospital is partially owned by physicians. BayfrontDadeCity.com You can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra¨ location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: Designated Primary Stroke Center Joint Commission accredited www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 2 Seminar helps business owners understand Obamacare By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com There are supporters and detractors of the Affordable Care Act better known as Obamacare but no matter where you stand on the issue, unless you qualify for a subsidy, you'll pay higher insurance rates. That's what Jason Greif, an insurance agent with U.S. Health Group, told members of a health insurance reform class at the SmartStart Dade City incubator April 8. The insurance agent, who has been in the industry for eight years, explained changes in health care law, talking about the pros and cons of the new requirements, and the different kinds of insurance coverage that are available in the health care marketplace. Greif also explained the penalty for not purchasing health insurance, which is now mandatory, and he talked about the risks that people face when they don't have insurance. "A lot of people are misinformed," Greif said. Part of Obamacare took effect on March 23, 2010, he said, noting that's when insurance companies had to begin covering what has been defined as essential health benefits. "There are 10 of them," Greif said. They include services ranging from child immunizations to maternity care, mammograms to colonoscopies. "What do you guys think is going to happen to the rates if the insurance companies have to cover everybody's colonoscopy? They go up," he said. "I actually am for Obamacare for a lot of different reasons. But it has increased the rates." Another big change happened on Jan. 1. That's when insurance companies could no longer deny coverage. "No matter what, anybody can get health insurance," Greif said. That's good news for people who were denied coverage before, but it drives up insurance rates as a result. In the past, people with certain conditions could only get coverage as part of a group. "It'd really be disheartening for me to say, There's nothing I can do. You have diabetes, I can't get you insurance,'" Greif said. "Nobody could do anything for them," unless they were able to get covered through a group. "It's almost more of a socialistic approach to healthcare. But for people that are sick, for people that get a subsidy, it's actually an amazing program because those people were not able to get insurance," Greif said. This year's open enrollment is over. The only way to enroll through the marketplace outside of the enrollment period is to have a life-changing event such as moving, losing group insurance or having a child, Greif said. The next enrollment period begins Nov. 15. Those who want to get an idea of what their rates would be can go to a website, HealthSherpa.com, to get a fairly close estimate of what to expect, Greif said. "This is a great website. The quotes are usually $5 higher or lower. It's a way you can get an accurate quote and you don't have to go on Healthcare.gov and create a profile and give all of your personal information out," he said. Now, health insurance rates are based on age, tobacco use and ZIP code, Greif said. Eligibility for subsidies is based on income. Still, there are choices in the types of coverage and the rates that are attached to those, he said. Some coverage types allow people to choose doctors who are inside or outside of their network, while others allow people to use only doctors within their networks. Some of the networks have more doctors than others, Greif said. It's important to find out exactly what the plan includes. Greif recommends a plan that allows individuals the most latitude when it comes to selecting which doctors and hospitals will treat them. For those who disregard the law and do not get health insurance, the penalty is either $95 or 1 percent of the individual's modified gross adjusted income, whichever is higher, Greif said. Regardless of where people stand on Obamacare, Greif said having coverage is essential. Without it, he said, people who have serious medical emergencies or conditions can go bankrupt in a matter of days. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO Insurance agent Jason Greif helps explain some of the ins and outs of health care reform, also known as Obamacare. The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Now that driver's licenses and state identification cards require birth certificates, Pasco County tax collector Mike Fasano is offering the sale of birth certificates for Florida-born customers. The need for a birth certificate is part of the state's "Real ID Act," but could also be needed for other situations as well. "We are constantly striving to make it as easy as possible for our customers to comply with the needs of the federal mandates regarding identification," Fasano said in a release. "Additionally, a customer may need a copy of their birth certificate for various other purposes. As long as they were born in the state of Florida, we will be able to help them secure an authorized copy of their birth certificate." The cost for the first certificate is $18.25, with additional copies available for $8 each. There is no limit on the number of certificates an individual can purchase. Those who want their birth certificate must show a valid identification in the form of a driver's license, state-issued ID card, a passport, military ID, or any other acceptable government-issued identification. Local tax collector offices are at 4111 Land O' Lakes Blvd., in Land O' Lakes, and at 14236 Sixth St., Room 100, in Dade City. For information, visit PascoTaxes.com. 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SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 813-909-2800. CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521. NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday at noon. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m. EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number. Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher. ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers. MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley Chapel Chamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers, Independent Associat ion of Free Newspapers. Advertising and editorial content copyright 2014 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden w ithout prior written permission from the publisher. LOCATION 3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 Land O' Lakes, FL 34639 MAIL P. O. Box 479 Lutz, FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 fax: 813.909.2802 IT SUPPORT STEVE MISTRETTA WEBSITE/FACEBOOK www.lakerlutznews.com www.facebook.com/lakerlutznews EMAIL news@lakerlutznews.com sales@lakerlutznews.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadvertisingdistributors.com President & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@lakerlutznews.com The L AKER / Lutz N EWS LUTZ, WESLEY CHAPEL, LAND O' LAKES, WEST PASCO, TRINITY, ZEPHYRHILLS, DADE CITY Serving Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 EDITORIAL ADVERTISING TERRI WILLIAMSON twilliamson@ lakerlutznews.com Senior Account Manager SUZANNE BEAUCHAINE sbeauchaine@lakerlutznews.com Account Manager CAROLYN BENNETT cbennett@ lakerlutznews.com Customer Service RACHEL THOMPSON rthompson@ lakerlutznews.com Classified & Directory Sales DESIGN MICHAEL HINMAN News Editor mhinman@lakerlutznews.com MARY RATHMAN Editorial Assistant mrathman@lakerlutznews.com ACCOUNTING MATTHEW MISTRETTA Art Director mmistretta@lakerlutznews.com STEFANIE BURLINGAME Graphic Designer sburlingame@lakerlutznews.com MARY EBERHARD meberhard@ lakerlutznews.com KATHY WELTON kwelton@ lakerlutznews.com ADMINISTRATIVE B.C. MANION Community Editor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com MICHAEL MURILLO Staff Writer mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 3 FREE ESTIMATES on all installations A/C & Gas Sales Service Installation Lenny Bahr Kevin Bahr Owners Visit Us For The Lowest Prices In Town! Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat 8am-Noon 352-567-7678 15229 US Hwy 301 Dade City, FL Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Sat 8am-Noon 813-782-5013 4441 Allen Rd. Zephyrhills, FL $1OFF Propane Cylinder Fill 20 30 lb. Limit one per person, per visit. Expires 5-31-14. "LAK" $5OFF A/C Maintenance Check Limit one per person, per visit. Expires 5-31-14. "LAK" $100OFF New A/C Install Limit one per person, per visit. Expires 5-31-14. "LAK" CAC043948 VOTED THE BEST 3 YEARS IN A ROW! By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com The expansion of State Road 56 into Zephyrhills could be key to a major economic boom for Pasco County, and two candidates seeking to replace state Rep. Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, in Tallahassee agree state-level leadership must be in place to make sure it happens. Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz both shared their visions for House District 38 during a meeting recently of the Wesley Chapel Republican Club. The two are seeking the Republican nomination to face Democrat Beverly Ledbetter in the November election, and both flexed their conservative values in front of the small crowd in the training room at Hyundai of Wesley Chapel. "To have State Road 56 coming all the way to Zephyrhills with our municipal airport sitting right here, we are going to benefit so much as a community, as a district and as an area," said Burgess, who up until last Monday was mayor of Zephyrhills. "That is such an asset for this area." Yet, proposed projects like the private elevated toll road could disrupt plans to start that expansion in the next two to three years, with the Florida Department of Transportation likely going to "hold back" until a final decision can be made on the controversial 33-mile project. "All they are looking for is a green light or red light by the county to see whether or not they are going to approve it," Burgess said. But for the elevated road itself? "It is not what we want." Diaz said the developers behind the elevated road project, International Infrastructure Partners, have far too many unanswered questions surrounding them for her to support the project. "We need to look, as a county, at other alternatives," she said. "Sure, we want to go all the way into Zephyrhills so that the east and west can become more easily accessible. But the original plans are just too big. I think we can probably break it up into smaller pieces and make that work for Pasco County." Diaz is a native of California, but has lived in Pasco County for more than a decade after making her career in the U.S. Air Force. She has always been excited about the economic possibilities when it comes to aeronautics, she said, and Pasco County has two airports Zephyrhills and Tampa North Executive Airport in Lutz just miles apart that could bookend a major industrial corridor. "It would be attractive to those in the manufacturing of aerospace and aviation technologies," Diaz said. "My vision for Pasco is to make Pasco so attractive, it would be a secondary hub for these industries, yet not impact the quality of water and agriculture that is part of our East Pasco makeup." While the state should lead the charge, Diaz says she still supports local governments having a final say. "My role (in the House) should be in advocating economic growth," she said. "You tell me what you want, and I'll see that it's done on the state level." One of the key components of listening closely to local city and county governments is that leaders at the state and federal level have a tendency to paint with a broad brush, Burgess said. "What is best for Broward County is not always best for Pasco County," he said. "We need to absolutely protect our home rule. That is the doctrine that our state has adopted many years ago, and it allows our local governments to make their own decisions, to adopt their own charters and adopt their own ordinances." During the forum, Burgess highlighted his time as both the youngest city councilman in the state (he was first elected in Zephyrhills when he was 18), and later the youngest mayor in the city's history, fresh out of law school. Diaz acknowledges she has not held elective office before, but that hasn't stopped her from trying to make a difference when it comes to making laws. A bill she helped craft was in committee late last week, she said, and is designed to provide funding to jails to help train officials on how to provide services to the mentally ill. "It will not have cost us any money as taxpayers," Diaz said. "The initiative was written in such a way that it requires funding from other sources like gambling and lottery. It would not create an increase on our community burden." The primary election for House District 38 is Aug. 26, with the winner heading to the general election Nov. 4. Future of Pasco lives and dies with municipal airports MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO Former Zephyrhills mayor Danny Burgess, left, joins Republican challenger Minnie Diaz in a political forum at the Wesley Chapel Republican Club hosted by county commission candidate Mike Moore. And your most admired judge is House District 38 candidates Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz were asked during a recent Wesley Chapel Republican Club forum to identify their favorite U.S. Supreme Court justice. It's definitely not Elena Kagan or Sonia Sotomayor, two justices appointed by President Obama, Diaz said. Instead, she likes Clarence Thomas. "He had to go through those (sexual harassment) hearings unfortunately, and I think his time is coming up now," Diaz said. "He needs to step up and confront the current judges and be more vocal and create more advocacy for conservatism." Burgess, himself a lawyer, says he prefers Antonin Scalia. "You become fascinated by this man's legal opinions, the way he words his opinions," Burgess said. "He is really an asset to the Supreme Court, and I just hope that he can stick around for as long as he can muster."

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www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 4 By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com The results of a recent election in the town of Saint Leo and a bill making its way through the Legislature could be on a collision course that may result in a town commissioner resigning, a special election or an appointment to the commission by Gov. Rick Scott. All of these scenarios are possible. It all boils down to the fact that the town's commission may soon lack a quorum. The purpose of a quorum is to ensure elected representatives are actually representing the people who elected them by typically requiring more than half of those representatives to be present at a meeting. It's a concept nearly as old as organized meetings themselves, and prevents a leader from having more power than he should. Without a quorum, decisions can't be made, governing virtually comes to a complete halt, and nothing gets done. St. Leo's government requires three of its five commissioners to be present to create a quorum. However, a bill making its way through Tallahassee is expected to pass and once it gets the governor's signature, three of those five St. Leo commissioners will be removed from office. Thus, there won't be a quorum available with the remaining two to fix it. It's something that could keep attorneys up at night, but not St. Leo town attorney Patricia Petruff. That's because she has a plan. "We're going to have three commissioners (from Lake Jovita) as of May, and if one of them does not resign, we'll have a little bit of a pickle on our hands," Petruff said. With the Florida House back in session this week, work once again begins on H.B. 1401, introduced by Rep. Amanda Murphy, D-New Port Richey, that would remove part of the Lake Jovita subdivision from the St. Leo town limits, and have it join the rest of that community in unincorporated Pasco County. When there's a vacancy on the commission, the mayor with the consent of his fellow commissioners can appoint a replacement. In fact, that happened in 2005 when Commissioner John Fantone decided not to seek re-election, and no one ran to replace him. Then-mayor James Hallett appointed Bill Hamilton, the son of a former St. Leo mayor, to the seat. That couldn't happen this time, because in order for the commission to consent to an appointment, there has to be an actual commission, which doesn't exist without the three-member quorum. The battle to de-annex has been ongoing for years, especially as Lake Jovita residents have slowly moved into commission seats. Right now, commissioners James Wells and Robert Inslee as well as Mayor John Gardner hail from Lake Jovita. Gardner chose not to seek re-election, but Ray Davis defeated longtime commissioner Donna DeWitt on April 8, and with that, kept the Lake Jovita majority on the commission. Whether H.B. 1401 is signed into law before the new commission is seated in mid-May or after, an immediate de-annexation of St. Leo is going to leave three empty seats and a complicated process to fill it. In fact, it could be up to Gov. Rick Scott to appoint at least one member to the commission so that they can order a special election. But Petruff hopes it doesn't get that far. In fact, there's an even easier solution: resign. "If we have only two members who are from the area impacted by (H.B.) 1401, then after the new commission is seated in May, we would only lose two members, and the mayor could appoint to fill the spots," Petruff said. That would mean some trust on behalf of the Lake Jovita residents on the commission, as the mayor would need to appoint someone outside that subdivision to fill the seat, giving non-Lake Jovita residents the majority. The commission has scheduled meetings already for April 28 and May 5, depending on how far H.B. 1401 has moved in the House. "I think the plan is that one of them will resign, but nobody has told me that for sure," Petruff said. "And none of them have come up and said that." One person who probably won't hand in his resignation if this situation continues past mid-May is Davis, who beat DeWitt by just four votes to win her seat. Davis told The Laker/Lutz News after the election his goal was to be insurance in case H.B. 1401 failed. "They call me Plan B,'" he said. "You never know what's going to happen." Davis himself said he didn't want to speculate, but DeWitt feared they could keep a move to dissolve the 123-year-old town in their back pocket just in case. Petruff, however, isn't focused on that. She is expecting H.B. 1401 to clear both the House and Senate, and find itself under Scott's pen in the near future. But just in case no one resigns, and there are just two commissioners in the St. Leo Town Hall once that happens? Petruff said she wants the current commission to give her and Town Clerk Joan Miller the power right now to organize and conduct a special election and get the empty seats filled. The two would also run the town until a quorum once again exists. "We talked a little bit about whether or not the sitting commission could give direction in the event that this happens," Petruff said, noting no final decision has been made yet. But those decisions will have to be made soon. "Timing is critical," she said. "That's why we're watching this very closely." Patricia Petruff De-annexing Lake Jovita could create mess on St. Leo commission PHOTOS COURTESY OF KETH LUKE All horsing around at fundraiser Linda Ward, left, president and chief executive of Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care, recognized Ashlyn Head, center, and Sue Touchston for raising the most money at Ride for Hospice. Participants at the Ride for Hospice could paint a pony with handprints for $2, an effort to raise money for Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care. The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report It's survey time in Pasco County again, as government officials look to get feedback from residents and businesses about the future of the county. The 2014 Citizen Survey includes questions about quality of life, speed of growth, crime and safety, public transit, recycling, and general services, according to a release from the county. It also asks questions about the State Road 54/56 corridor, where an unsolicited bid to build an estimated $2.2 billion elevated toll road has been proposed. Data from the survey is combined from its random, scientific National Citizen Survey, and provides input for prioritizing planning efforts and budget allocations. The survey is open online through May 31, and can be accessed online at PascoCountyFl.net. Visitors to the site can provide feedback at any time as well through the customer comment card available on the site, or by sending an email to customerservice@pascocountyfl.net. A direct link to the survey is available at tinyurl.com/PascoCountySurvey. Pasco County's annual online survey now open The sixth annual Ride for Hospice at Diamond B Ranch in Dade City, drew close to 100 riders and raised more than $20,000 for Gulfside Hospice.

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FHZeph.org Dade City Zephyrhills 301 54 52 35 75 75 The birth of a child should be one of the most memorable moments in lifeone you'll want to share with family and friends. As the only OB program in East Pasco County, The Baby Place at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills provides expert care in a comfortable setting that's close to home. So enjoy the event of a lifetime in your own familiar neighborhood. There's no better place to celebrate the most important day of your baby's life. You're expecting. We think you should expect the best. E XPERTISE ACCESS HEALING CARE www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 5

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Disney characters and artwork Disney, Disney/Pixar characters Disney/Pixar. Kids' Tickets $12! Buy Tickets: Ticketmaster.com Ticketmaster Retail Locations 800-745-3000 Tampa Bay Times Forum Box Office disneyonice.com 268530 $12 Kids' tickets valid in Terrace level only. Ages 2-12. Restrictions, exclusions and additional charges may apply. Subject to availability. Limit of four (4) kids' tickets with the purchase of an adult ticket. MAY 15 18 Tampa Bay Times Forum Presented locally by www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 6 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: news@lakerlutznews.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 37023 Pepper Drive, Zephyrhills, FL 33541-3613 B&N L ENZ E NTERPRISES B USINESS / I NDIVIDUAL ACCOUNTANT Tax Planning Preparation Bookkeeping Business Start Up Counseling Are you having problems with the IRS? Nils R. Lenz, MBA, RTRP Give me a call. 813-782-9491 ENROLLED AGENT QUALIFIED TO PRACTICE B EFORE THE IR S TIMBER LAKE BINGO Timber Lake Estates, 30301 Countryside Drive in Wesley Chapel, will continue to offer Thursday bingo throughout the summer. Doors open at 4 p.m. A full kitchen menu will be available starting at 4:40 p.m. NEW RESTORE SALE DATES Habitat ReStore's discounts on items that have been in inventory for a while is now on Mondays. Senior Day has moved to Tuesdays, when a senior citizen discount is 20 percent. Starting May 1, Dade City ReStore will host monthly silent auctions. Habitat ReStores are located at 15029 U.S. 301 in Dade City, and 4700 S. Allen Road in Zephyrhills. For information, visit Habitat.org/restores. COMMUNITY PONDS SEMINAR The Pasco Cooperative Extension Service is offering a seminar on managing community ponds May 3 at 9 a.m., at Pasco Fairgrounds' Clayton Hall, 36702 State Road 52 in Dade City. Participants can learn how to have a healthy, attractively landscaped pond in their community. The seminar is free. For information, call (352) 518-0156. HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION MEETING The Zephyrhills Historical Association will meet May 6 at 6 p.m., at the Zephyrhills Depot Museum, 39110 South Ave. There will be a presentation by the Zephyrhills High School chorus. Refreshments will be served. For information, call Jerry Pricher at (813) 788-2547, or email jerry@pricher.net. BOOK BAZAAR Hugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a book bazaar May 9 and May 10 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will be slightly used books, audio and video media, magazines, and related materials, many at less than $3. For information, call (352) 567-3576. CARES SENIOR ACTIVITIES Common on Pretty Pond, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills, will host the following CARES Crescent Enrichment Center senior activities: Learn to Make Greeting Cards: May 22 and May 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring scissors and adhesives. Other supplies provided. Cost is $10. To reserve a space, call (352) 206-0277. Multimedia Art Instruction by Don Heinke: Mondays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring own supplies. Cost is $15. For information, call (813) 748-5364. Watercolor Classes with Sandi Lallemand: Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring own supplies. Cost is $10. To register, call (352) 523-1213. MEMORIAL DEDICATION Southport Springs, 3737 Southport Springs Parkway in Zephyrhills, will host a dedication of its veterans' memorial June 14 at 10 a.m. More than 150 veterans reside in the community, and the memorial honors them, all who have served, and all who will serve. The memorial will fly service flags from all military branches and have an inscribed granite stone. For information, call (813) 782-3800. CENTENNIAL EAGLES CLUB EVENTS Centennial Eagles No. 4399 Fraternal Order of Eagles, 15924 U.S. 301 in Dade City, hosts steel-tipped darts at 7 p.m. on Monday, and nickel bingo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday. There also is bar bingo at 7 p.m. on Thursday, and pool tournaments at 7 p.m. on Friday. The club serves dinner from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Fridays, open to the public. Club meetings are the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The Ladies' Auxiliary meetings are the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 7 p.m. For information, call (352) 567-9755. COLONY HILLS STARTS BINGO The Colony Hills Community, 35144 Wagner Way in Zephyrhills, hosts weekly bingo Wednesday nights. Early bird bingo is at 6 p.m., and regular bingo starts at 7 p.m. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Snack kitchen features hot dogs, popcorn, cake and drinks. For information, call (813) 788-4121. DONATE TO PET PANTRY Dogs Day Pet Pantry, 14012 Seventh St., in Dade City, is looking for donations of pet food and pet supplies to help pet owners facing economic hardship in the Dade City area. Items needed are dry or canned dog and cat food, cat litter, and collars and leashes. The pantry accepts donations from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. CAMP SPONSORSHIPS The Florida Elks Association sponsors camp scholarships each summer for children ages 9 through 13. Sessions are from Sunday afternoon to Saturday morning, and include housing, food, and a range of activities including archery, swimming, arts and crafts, basketball, and more. For sponsorship information or an application, call (813) 7824604, or email bpoe2731@tampabay.rr.com. AMERICAN LEGION KARAOKE American Legion Post 15, 37745 Church St., in Dade City, hosts indoor corn toss tournaments the third Saturday of every month. Sign-up is at noon, and games start at 1 p.m. For information, call Bob Case at (813) 713-4588. The club meets the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Karaoke night is the first Friday of the month from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. There is an air rifle Junior Shooting Sports Program for boys and girls ages 8 through 18 every Wednesday at 5 p.m. For information, call (352) 518-0021. SQUARE DANCING AT BETMAR The Belles and Beaus square and round dance group of Betmar Acres hosts a mainstreamand plus-level dance every Wednesday at 7 p.m., in Clubhouse 2 at 37137 Lakewood Drive in Zephyrhills. For information, call (989) 742-4639. PASCO GENEALOGY The Genies, a small informal genealogical group, meets every Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, 9016 Fort King Road in Dade City. For information, call (813) 788-8894, or (813) 715-7133. AMERICAN LEGION MEETINGS American Legion Zephyr Post 118 will meet the third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m., at the post home, 5340 Eighth St., in Zephyrhills. The club is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Membership to the club is open to all eligible veterans. For information, call Keith Holz at (813) 782-0481. CALLING ACCORDION ENTHUSIASTS The group Accordion Adventure meets the third Tuesday of every month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Spring Hill United Church of Christ, 4244 Mariner Blvd. The group is for accordion enthusiasts of all performance levels. For information, call (352) 686-0975, or (352) 442-5574. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FISHING TOURNAMENT The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation is hosting its annual Inshore Catch & Release Fishing Tournament May 4 at Magnuson Hotel's Marine Cove in St. Petersburg. The tournament will benefit the Brain and Spine Institute. For information, call (813) 783-6144.

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TO THE EMPLOYEES OF HEARTLAND OF ZEPHYRHILLS If you would like more information about Heartland of Zephyrhills' services or would like to arrange for a personalized tour, please call: Heartland of Zephyrhills 38220 Henry Drive Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813.788.7114 for their outstanding teamwork and effort in making a difference to our customers. We are ranked FIRST in our company's division for our Patient Satisfaction Survey scores. Areas where we excel in our commitment to patient focused care, satisfaction and positive results: 99.1 % Discharged patients reported that our Certied Nursing Assistants treated them with courtesy and respect ** 99.1 % Discharged patients reported that their therapists understood their rehabilitation needs ** 96.4 % Discharged patients rated overall satisfaction as good or excellent ** A PROVEN LEADER ¨ in patient satisfaction *March 2013 February 2014 **1st Quarter 2013 data. www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 7 Send health news to news@lakerlutznews.com Health & Wellness Send school news to news@lakerlutznews.com Alzheimer's Caregiver Day Alzheimer's Family Organization is hosting its Caregiver Day May 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Bayfront Health Dade City, 13100 Fort King Road. The event includes refreshments, lunch, certificate of attendance and guest speakers. Topics include research updates, Medicare fraud and elder law issues. Cost is $10 for AFO members, and $25 for non-members. Registration is required. For information, call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004. Stress reduction break Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is hosting the lecture "Take This Stress Reduction Break" for its diabetes support group May 6 at 3:30 p.m., at the hospital's Wellness Center conference room, 7050 Gall Blvd. Those attending will learn techniques of stress management and its benefits for improved health and well-being, memory and cognitive function. Guest speaker is life coach Veronique Polo. To register, call (877) 534-3108. NURSING INFO SESSION AT PHSC Pasco-Hernando State College will host an information session on its new nursing bachelor's degree program May 1 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at its West Campus, 10320 Ridge Road in New Port Richey. The session will feature information about the online degree program for licensed registered nurses who have a nursing associate's degree, with additional skills in management, leadership, theory and research. The first class begins in August, and interested students my apply for admission no later than May 30. The session is free, but seating is limited. To RSVP, visit PHSC.edu/rsvp. For information, call (727) 816-3274. BEE BULLY-FREE' IN ZEPHYRHILLS Zephyrhills area schools have been encouraging students, teachers and staff to wear black and yellow on the last Friday of each month as part of the "Bee Bully-Free Initiative." The initiative provides stickers and coloring book pages for schools that request them, participates in the Great American Teach-in, and provides certificates and awards for students who transform from bullies into kinder versions of themselves. The last Bee Bully-Free" day is May 30. For information on the initiative, visit Facebook.com/beebullyfree. COURTESY OF GARY HATRICK Chamber Student Citizens The Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce recognized the following Student Citizens at an April ceremony in their honor. Each month, one student from 10 area schools is selected for exemplary effort, achievement and contribution to their school, family and community. Celebrating are, from left, Taylor Napier of West Elementary School, Shiloh McCoy of Heritage Academy, Olivia Laginess of Taylor Elementary School, Samuel Nix of The Broach School, Austin Manley of Stewart Middle School, Mary Veller of Woodland Elementary School, and Chloe Isaacs of West Zephyrhills Elementary School. Joining them are chamber executive director Vonnie Mikkelsen and chamber president Carolyn Sentelik, along with Student Citizen of the Month chair A.J. Hernandez. HPH Hospice's Grief's Journey HPH Hospice will host an eight-week Grief's Journey group for newly bereaved adults. The group will meet at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning May 7 at HPH's Resource Center, 37441 Clinton Ave., in Dade City. The group is free, and individuals who haven't used hospice services are invited. Preregistration is required. For information, call (800) 486-8784. Head trauma lecture Florida Hospital Zephyrhills will host "A Bang to the Brain" May 8 at 2 p.m., at the hospital's Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd. The lecture will cover concussions and head trauma caused by falls, motor vehicle accidents or sports injuries. Participants will learn the latest facts and treatments. Guest speaker is Sara Jagger. To register, call (877) 534-3108. Women's health session Florida Hospital Zephyrhills will present "Nursing & Midwifery: A Holistic Approach to Women's Health" May 8 at 6 p.m., in the hospital's Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd. Join the session to learn how nurses and midwives can help achieve health goals. To register, call (877) 534-3108. New format for bereavement group Gulfside Hospice's bereavement department offers bereavement groups with a set beginning and ending date so that participants can get to know each other and feel more comfortable sharing their feelings during the group sessions. Each new group will last approximately 10 weeks. The next session in Dade City is May 14 to July 16 at 4 p.m., at Gulfside's East Clinical Office and Bereavement Center, 37826 Sky Ridge Circle. For information, call (800) 561-4883. Tools to Quit Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd., will offer the Tools to Quit Tobacco Cessation Program May 15 at 5 p.m. Registration is required. For information, call (813) 929-1000. Community Health Fair Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, C1 Bank, and Elks USA will host their Community Health Fair June 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Elks Lodge 2731, Wire Road in Zephyrhills. The event will feature free health screenings, health and wellness education, door prizes, and a low-cost lunch. Fashion show fundraiser The Alzheimer's Family Organization will host its annual Alberta's Fashion Show at Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity, June 17 at noon. The event includes lunch, a Chinese auction, door prizes, vendor tables and raffles. Cost is $30 per person. Purchase of a table of 10 and only pay for nine tickets. Sponsorships are available starting at $75. All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Family Organization. For information, visit bit.ly/N3bHU0. CARES programs CARES Enrichment Center, 13906 Fifth St., in Dade City, offers these activities: Adult Day Care: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Participants receive breakfast, lunch and a snack, along with organized activities. The program provides social and health services to adults who need supervision in a safe place outside the home. Reservations are required, and veterans are accepted. For costs and available funding, call (352) 519-9300. Senior Moments Early Memory Loss Program: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For reservations or information, call (352) 518-9300. Hospital needs volunteers Florida Hospital Zephyrhills is looking for volunteers to help with a variety of tasks including transporting patients to and from tests, driving the shuttle, distributing mail, cafeteria, clerical and administrative, and more. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old. There is a minimum requirement of four volunteer hours per week. Volunteers receive a complimentary meal. Orientation sessions are twice a month. If interested, applications are available online at FloridaHospital.com/Zephyrhills, or by calling (813) 779-6256.

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Drumm to move his family to Zephyrhills in the first place, where he spent $185,000 on a home in Silver Oaks. That was despite still owning a house he bought for $135,000 at the height of the housing boom in 2005 in his former town of High Springs. "I came here with a commitment," Drumm told reporters after a special council meeting last week. "I wanted to do a good job, and apparently I did. The issues are not very clear, and I'm just surprised. What I'm getting is, We don't want to terminate you. We just don't want to renew you.'" During that same meeting, called to negotiate a severance package for Drumm, only Councilman Kenneth Compton seemed willing to stand up for the embattled city manager. And that had obviously become an unpopular position, especially after Compton watched the one other council member who agreed with him, Jodi Wilkeson, lose re-election, most likely because of her support of Drumm. Wilkeson quietly supported Compton's efforts last week, except this time from the audience instead of the dais. "We are looking at numbers, and to me, the numbers should reflect what has happened over the tenure of the city manager," Compton said. "When the city manager walked in here, he walked into a million-dollar shortfall in the budget, and within a matter of months, he turned it into a surplus." The city at the time was looking at layoffs to make up the budget shortfall in 2011, but instead Drumm filled the city's contingency funds, not to the $300,000 or $500,000 it once contained, but instead to $1.5 million and kept it there. "This is a separation, and it's not a happy thing," Compton said. "Something didn't work out, but my suggestion is the numbers be looked at." Alan Knight, the former high school football coach and educator who beat Wilkeson for his council seat, wasn't focused on numbers. Instead, it was the three-year contract Drumm signed in 2011 set to expire May 18. "Looking back at my experience, when I was a school principal and given a two-year contract, that was it," he said. "If I didn't get renewed, I didn't get all these other things." Those things Drumm asked for included 20 weeks of severance pay, money for nearly 400 hours of "comp time" hours worked above and beyond a standard work week without any pay and for the city to continue paying premiums on the health insurance for an additional five months. The council balked on the 20 weeks of severance last week, offering just 13 instead. Yet, 20 weeks is a standard for city and county managers, the maximum set by state law, said Lynn Tipton, executive director of the Florida City and County Management Association, the state's professional organization for municipal managers like Drumm. "It is recommended in light of the many costs a manager incurs in transition," she said. In best-case scenarios, the hiring process for a city manager from the time an ad is placed for the job to signing the contract is four months. But that can sometimes go six months or even longer. "However, this is greatly complicated by election cycles," Tipton said, adding that some municipalities might just hire an interim until after the next election. Drumm said he would likely seek unemployment insurance, but $275 a week is a far cry from $1,730 weekly. But he could have other income opportunities as well while he waits to find a new city manager job. "Some managers are fortunate to find interim work, teaching and consulting while they await the next management position," Tipton said. "Others take part-time work where available." The severance package proposed by the council last week would cost the city $54,000, but only a portion of that would actually represent cash in Drumm's pocket. The rest are taxes and other costs the city would have to pay to part ways with him. Drumm was expected to step down from his position April 25 if he agreed to the lower separation terms offered by the city. However, by the end of the day Friday, he was still employed by Zephyrhills, and any developments this week occurred after The Laker went to press. The council approved the revised severance package 4-1, with Compton voting no. Just before the vote, Drumm did suggest that the lower payout may not be enough of an incentive for him to sign any agreement not to sue the city over the debacle, but the council voted their package in anyway. www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 8 DRUMM from page 1 knees in the water at 50 to 60 mph. I bounced out of the pond and landed on my head, breaking my neck." Luckily Hayes wasn't paralyzed, but his swooping days are over. Since then, canopy piloting has grown from a hobby to a highskilled sport where only divers with hundreds if not thousands of jumps to their name can even think about competing in. It's basically the NASCAR of skydiving. "There is definitely a lot less margin for error, so people who are competing in this event are extremely experienced and have trained specifically for this," said Nancy Koreen, director of sport promotion for the U.S. Parachute Association, based in Fredericksburg, Va. Last year's national champion, Curt Bartholomew, has been in town already getting set for the national meet. And even someone at his skill level has to work through bumps and bruises. "He was wearing a knee brace and an ankle brace, and was using ice packs between jumps," Hayes said. "They are true athletes, and they go through a regimen of training and physical fitness, because you really have to be at the top of your game to compete." Zephyrhills has successfully bid for the event the last two years, and the warm reception of the near 70 jumpers last year, along with a solid drop zone complete with a pond, has made Skydive City a premier place for the event. But getting spectators to come out, however, has not been so easy, and Hayes has made some changes for this year's championship he hopes will be much friendlier for those who want to see the swoopers compete. "We didn't get the word out much last year, and it's happening during the week, so I know that might affect those numbers even more," Hayes said. "We didn't have a budget last year, but we were able to get a small one this year. So we'll have new features, like a color commentator on a sound system, to let people know what's happening. This should make it a little more exciting, because last year I think too many people were in the dark on what's happening." The event is free for spectators, who will get to see bursts of action as multiple swoopers jump from a plane at once. Canopy piloting, Hayes said, is probably the closest skydiving will ever get to a spectator sport. And it's helped Zephyrhills not only reach the national stage, but the global one. Skydive City will be the site of the world championships of canopy piloting in November the first time the United States has ever hosted it and that could draw more than 120 jumpers and their entourages from all over the planet. "We're becoming experts in hosting these things, and I hope we can build a market for canopy piloting right here," Hayes said. "It's just a cool thing, which you don't even realize until you come out and see it for yourself." WHAT: U.S. Parachute Association National Skydiving Championships of Canopy Piloting WHEN: May 22-24 WHERE: Skydive City, 4241 Sky Dive Lane, Zephyrhills COST: Free for spectators INFO: SkydiveCity.com. SKYDIVING from page 1 it's 60 years after their father graduated from what was then Saint Leo Prep School. "My parents were committed," Petters said. "They were committed to the farm and their business and to their acquaintances and all that, but the one thing that they held out there more than anything else was education." Petters' grandfather said each person should strive to learn something new every day. That prompted a daily question from his own father, asking what he'd learned. "If you said nothing,' that wasn't a good answer," Petters said. "It didn't matter to my parents whether it was classroom training or not. It was learning, and it wasn't just words to them. They went the extra mile to make sure they could afford to send us to schools." Yet, good schools cost money, something the Petters didn't necessarily have a lot of. So Mike Petters and his siblings would work their way through school, and even paused long enough to serve their country in the military. Petters would end up on the USS George Bancroft, a nuclear-powered submarine in the 1980s. And sister Susan Davidson would make her career in the military. Davidson received her commission in 1983, but didn't begin active duty until 1986 after a short delay when she had to help replant the family orange grove that was damaged in a hard freeze. Davidson served in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm in the 1990s, and later in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Two years ago, she assumed command of Defense Logistics Agency Distribution. But they are not the only Petters children who have found success. "The whole gang has been successful," Petters said. "We even have a rocket scientist and a helicopter pilot in there. And they've all been successful because they have taken this never-stop-learning approach, and made it the drumbeat of their lives." Commencement ceremonies are set for May 3, honoring the portion of Saint Leo's 16,000-student body who have finished this level of their education. However, if graduates walk away from anything after Petters' remarks, he hopes that it's with the understanding that education never ends. "Where you're from is an asset," Petters said. "Everything you have done up to today prepares you for what you're going to be doing tomorrow." SAINT LEO from page 1 Cairo Court 97 installs officers Cairo Court 97 of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America installed officers March 14 at the Masonic Lodge in Zephyrhills. The courts of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America provide financial support and assistance to the Shriners' Hospitals for Children through community betterment, sewing projects, fundraising and special projects. Court members are, in front from left, Virginia Hale, Patricia Thompson, MaryAnn Campbell, M.J. Price, Janet Monroe, High Priestess Carol Miller, Mary Ann Drake, Sylvia Kallgren, Ruth Whidden, Vera Simpson, Mary Smith, Maryel Kellogg, Gayle Johnston and Isabelle Collins. In back, Ruby Agnir, Ada Oldenburg, Janet Coates, Rose Burdin, Martha Lavender, Catherine Parker, Linda Wilson, Nancy LeBel, Lela McLeod, Fran Crum, Harriett Zambito, Carolyn Mayer, Ruth Donaldson and Linda Sumner. COURTESY OF CHRIS OXLEY Huntington Ingalls Industries president and chief executive C. Michael Petters, right, shakes hands with employee Timothy Madden at the yard at Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia. Petters hails from Pasco County, and he and sister Susan Davidson will speak May 3 at Saint Leo University commencement ceremonies. COURTESY OF MARCUS PRICE

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PLEASE CONTACTUS IF YOUR COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ARECYCLING BIN! www.LakerLutzNews.com Apr i l 30, 2014 9 B y B .C. M an i on bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com There's no doubt about it. Language arts teacher Aimee Nadow is tech-savvy. On any given day, the Academy at the Lakes teacher uses technology to help her students enhance their reading, writing and creativity. On one day, for instance, she'll set them loose on AutoCAD computer design software to create the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet." On another day, students use PicMonkey photo editor to design book covers for the manuscripts they're writing. They're also frequent users of Pinterest to digitally "pin up" work that they've done, and they know how to edit digital clips. Harnessing technical tools in her classes is all in a day's work for Nadow, whose mother was a children's librarian, and her father ahead of the crowd when it came to technology. Nadow has a deep appreciation for the power of language, and a clear understanding of how traditional and modern tools can enliven lessons. She sees the value of being able to skim information, but also knows the importance of being able to delve deeply into subjects to gain knowledge. The independent private school where she teaches has long understood the quality of Nadow's teaching skills, middle division director John Pitcairn said. And, Academy at the Lakes is delighted that Nadow has received national recognition. The middle division teacher recently was named a 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator. It's a distinction bestowed to just 100 educators nationwide. As a member of that select group, the Land O' Lakes woman will take part in a yearlong professional development program. She is excited by the prospect of being able to learn from other educators who share her enthusiasm for using technical tools to enliven instruction. During a recent class, Nadow used a giant touchscreen television to display images and to foster discussion regarding a Holocaust art project the students will create. They have been assigned to demonstrate their understanding of the book, "Night," by Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor. They'll show the teacher what the book means through an art project of their choosing, and they'll describe their artistic intentions in accompanying text. Besides preparing students for that assignment, Nadow also guided them through software called ETS Criterion that analyzes writing to identify grammatical and sentence structure issues that should be addressed. As students navigated through the program, Nadow moved about the classroom, responding to their questions and helping them stay on track. She offered extra help outside of class, if anyone needed it. Nadow clearly is in command of her technical skills, but she also has an obvious rapport with students. She said she has a secret weapon: It's called respect. On the first day of classes she tells her middle division students that she will treat them as adults, unless they behave as children in which case, they'll face the consequences. "I try to afford them as much dignity as possible, because I remember situations when I was in middle school and I would see a student that would be treated unfairly, or would be embarrassed in front of the classroom," Nadow said. "That is absolutely not the way to teach. You lose so much time if you're focused on classroom management, rather than learning." "Seventh and eighth grade is my perfect fit," she said. "I really enjoy their (students') sense of humor, their creativity, their willingness." Nadow also appreciates their trust, and believes in using a personal touch with her students. As they file into her classroom, she greets each student by name and shakes each hand. As the kids make their way to their places, there's a low-level rumble as they chat. The teacher uses a simple routine to settle them down. She counts 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and by the time she finishes, students are focused on her. It's easy to see that Nadow strives to create an environment where students are engaged and want to learn. When she poses questions, they are eager to respond and share their ideas. While she obviously is technically competent, Nadow also possesses other important skills that equip her to be effective, Pitcairn said. "It's her enthusiasm, her positivity, her joy, her human qualities that are a critical part of making her the very valuable teacher that she is today," Pitcairn said. Posters in her classroom reveal that Nadow has high standards, but a kind heart. One sets out the class rules. Of course, it has such things as "Always tell the truth. Work hard. Listen to your parents. Keep your promises." But it also includes these instructions: "Laugh out loud. Be grateful. Use kind words. Try new things. Dream big." Another poster offers this message from Ralph Waldo Emerson: "Be silly. Be honest. Be kind." Finally, a sign above the classroom door proclaims "Carpe diem," or "seize the day." That seems to be Nadow's motto, and one she wants to pass along to her students. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTO A im ee Nadow expla i n s how to u s e a s oftware progra m that analyze s wr i t i ng to i dent i fy iss ue s Teacher uses technology to open new worlds of learning

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The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report There's no up-selling this time around when people visit the Pasco County Tax Collector's office. Mike Fasano is encouraging everyone who renews their auto tags and registration to only renew for one year, and ignore the option to pay two years at once. Otherwise, those looking to pay ahead could pay much more than those who take it year-by-year. "It is imperative that those who decide to renew their auto registration between now and the end of August strongly consider not renewing for two years," Fasano said in a release. "If you do, you will not be eligible to receive the benefits those who renew for one year starting Sept. 1 will receive." Fasano is referring to a bill currently awaiting Gov. Rick Scott's signature that would reduce auto tag fees beginning Sept. 1. The move reverses a budget emergency measure that had significantly raised fees in 2009 to help compensate for budget shortfalls. The reduction proposal was announced by Scott last December, and would create an average annual savings of $25, according to his office. However, one thing the bill does not do is provide any refunds to the more than 750,000 motor vehicle owners statewide who renew their tags in two-year increments, Fasano said. "The Florida Legislature has excluded the hundreds of thousands of people statewide who have, thus far, renewed for two years," he said. "That number will only grow daily unless we can help Florida vehicle owners understand how much money they will lose once this bill becomes law." www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 10 Renew auto tags for one year only, tax collector says Support The Troops Needs Your Help . POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community. WILL YOU HELP? I Want To Help Support The Troops $10 Donation $25 Donation Mail to: S upport The Troop s P.O. B ox 7560 We s ley Chapel, FL 33545 Please make checks payable to Support The Troops, Inc. $50 Donation $100 Donation General Dermatology Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery Cosmetic Botox ¨ Fillers & Fat Transfer 813-406-4835 Aparna Ambay, M.D., FAAD Board Certi ed Dermatologist www.360DermatologyTampa.com Accepting Medicare & Most Insurances 27716 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com Pasco County Schools is teaming up with the Florida Department of Health to provide free Tdap vaccinations to current sixth graders at the county's middle schools on May 22. Students entering seventh grade in Florida must provide proof of the Tdap vaccination which stands for tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis before they will be allowed to start school, according to state health officials. Parents must sign a permission form before their child can be vaccinated, and must be submitted to the school their child attends by May 1. The vaccinations are required because tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis can be very serious diseases, according to a fact sheet prepared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Tdap vaccine can provide protection. Tetanus also is known as lockjaw. It causes painful muscle tightening and stiffness, typically all over the body. It can lead to tightening of muscles in the head and neck, and make it difficult or impossible for someone to open his or her mouth, to swallow, or even to breathe. It is fatal for about one in five people who are infected, according to the CDC. Diphtheria can cause a thick coating to form in the back of the throat. It can lead to breathing problems, paralysis, heart failure and death. Pertussis also is known as whooping cough. It causes severe coughing spells, which can cause difficulty breathing, vomiting and sleep disruptions. It can lead to weight loss, incontinence and rib fractures. As many as two in 100 adolescents and five in 100 adults are hospitalized or have complications, which could include pneumonia or death. Diphtheria and pertussis are spread from person to person through coughing or sneezing, according to the CDC. Tetanus enters the body through cuts, scratches or wounds. Before vaccines, there were as many as 200,000 cases of diphtheria and pertussis a year, and hundreds of cases of tetanus. Since vaccination began, tetanus and diphtheria have dropped by about 99 percent, and pertussis by about 80 percent, the CDC said. The health department has scheduled when the vaccinations will be given at each of the district's middle schools. For additional information, call the health department at (727) 861-5250, at either ext. 268 or ext. 224, or the school district's health services office at (727) 774-2360, (813) 794-2360, or (352) 524-2360. May 22 vaccination schedule Long Middle School: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rushe Middle School: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Stewart Middle School: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Centennial Middle School: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Weightman Middle School: Noon to 2 p.m. Pasco Middle School: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pine View Middle School: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Free vaccinations for sixth graders U.S. Army Pvt. Blake M. Fetzer has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville, Mo. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship qualification, bayonet combat, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, marches, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, traditions, and core values. Fetzer is a 2013 graduate of Zephyrhills High School, and the son of Deanna Fetzer of Zephyrhills and Troy Fetzer of Palm Harbor. 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Congratulate Our High School Seniors In Our Graduation Edition! CALL US TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR AD 813.909.2800 Publishing May 28 We print the names of every graduating high school senior in these eight schools! Lutz News: Steinbrenner and Freedom The Laker: Land O' Lakes: Sunlake and Land O' Lakes The Laker: Wesley Chapel: Wiregrass and Wesley Chapel The Laker: Zephyrhills/Dade City: Zephyrhills and Pasco This is the first time most teens will see their name in print. This annual pull-out section is shared and saved by family, friends and neighbors all potential customers of your business. Why advertise? High readership and long shelf life Great PR Shows customers your commitment to the community. One time buy. No contract. Discounted prices. Tell customers what's new about your business. Give them a reason to call or stop by. www.lakerlutznews.com www.facebook.com/lakerlutznews Attention Parents! YOU CHOOSE YOUR WORDS AND PHOTO(S) AND WE DROP IT INTO OUR PRE-DESIGNED TEMPLATE. 1/12 page ad includes: 1 photo, school name and 30-35 words 1/6 page ad includes: 3 photos, school name & logo and 40-50 words Please make sure photos are the same vertical sizes as photos pictured above. Ads will publish in the May 28th edition of the TheLaker or Lutz News NOT ACTUAL SIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 2.5" NOT ACTUAL SIZE Actual size is 4.875" x 5" Call 813.909.2800 TO PLACE YOUR CHILD'S AD TODAY! The L AKER / Lutz N EWS Congratulations KAYLA CLASS OF 2012 I am so ver y pr oud of all you have accomplished and the wonder ful young lady you have become. I wish you the very best in life and know you will find success in all you do. I love you tons, Mom ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL Congratulations AARON Class of 2012 Pepin Academy You made your dream come true, as we knew you would! Congratulations on being accepted at St. Leo University We couldn't be prouder of you as our son and br other Love, Mom, Dad & Angelina Aaron W illi am son Pepin Academy Join us as we celebrate the 2014 Graduating Seniors Congratulate your child on his or her accomplishment with an ad in The Laker or Lutz News 2 SIZES/LAYOUTS TO CHOOSE FROM 1/12 page = $59 1/6 page = $99 www LakerLutzNews co m Apr i l 30, 2014 11 Youth ministry uses puppets to spread gospel message By B.C. Man i on bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com The music is cranked and the kids are clapping, jumping and gliding around in a second-floor room in the education building at Van Dyke Church in Lutz. They are waving flags, raving poi balls and making dance moves, as they practice a routine for a future performance. The middle and high school youths are part of a group called PfC, which stands for Puppets for Christ. If the name implies some kind of sedate puppet presentation laced with staid Bible lessons, think again. This group has a groove on, and the kids are using music and props they created to help share a gospel message through performances that both they and their audiences enjoy. Normally, they perform under black lights, wearing black costumes with mesh or cloth hoods that cover their faces. They use neon puppets, signs and other props to get across their message. The ministry has won a fair number of awards at competitions, and recently was one of the ministries showcased at the 2014 Real Ideas Conference at Van Dyke Church, which attracted about 650 people from 177 churches to learn practical ways to enliven their churches. At the recent practice, PfC volunteer director Becky Bonanno recalled that the ministry began about 15 years ago, with two little green puppets that came in a curriculum kit, when she used to teach children's church. She and her husband used the puppets in the ministry, and their son Nick later asked if he could put together a puppet team. Initially, it was intended to just put on puppet shows at the church. But PfC kept growing and has evolved into an ongoing ministry that now has 21 members, from various middle schools and high schools. Beyond performing locally, the group hits the road once a year on a tour, where they perform primarily at other churches in the Southeast, said Sandy Graves, the other co-director. They perform in such places as Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston and Jacksonville, but they've also been as far away as Chicago and Washington, D.C. They also perform locally, generally for vacation Bible schools, inner-city ministries, children's homes, domestic abuse shelters and other churches. The troupe meets for an hour and a half weekly, gathering on Wednesday nights to work on routines and plan out future performances. Sometimes they have prop parties. There's a storage room at the church that is chock full of puppets of all shapes and sizes. There are huge elephant puppets and strap-on flamingo puppets. There are all sorts of neon signs and decorations. "It's so much fun," Bonanno said, noting she had no idea the direction that PfC would take when it began. There are stories of parents who did not come to church, but began attending after bringing their children to a puppet show, Bonanno said. There are stories of kids who were on the puppet team that wound up getting married when they became adults. Many of PfC's members are siblings of former members or were invited by friends to give it a try. "My brother was in it, and I started watching it when I was in third grade," said Cody Coates, 17, who was so eager to join he persuaded Bonanno to let him join in sixth grade. "It's a blast," said the Steinbrenner High School student said. "This is the only thing I'll cancel my friends for. I've missed birthday parties. "I like that I can be a Christian while still having fun. You're spreading God's word," Coates added. If the audience hasn't heard of them, they're in for a surprise, he said. "No one expects to see a fun, black-light puppet show," Coates said. Emily Keleher, another PfC member, was surprised the first time she saw a show. "I thought it was going to be a little puppet show, and then I saw it," the Martinez Middle School student said. She enjoys performing, but she thinks the best part of being involved is hanging out with other members of the group. Jerry Grimes, 13, who is new to the group this year, said he wanted to join after seeing a performance when he was young. "I would come to these puppet shows, and I was like, Oh, wow, that's really fun.' Now, I'm doing it," said the Walker Middle Magnet School student. He gets a kick out of watching children react. "It's been very fun, just to see the smiles on kids." As they run through their routines at practice, the kids are clearly enjoying themselves. They seem to have an easy rapport with Bonanno and Graves. As they talk about their upcoming tour, for instance, one kid tosses out an idea: "We could do a flash mob on the metro," he said. It's an idea, Bonanno said, that's worth considering. COURTESY OF SANDY GRAVES The m e m ber s of the 2013 Puppet s for Chr is t tour i ng tea m are, i n front, kneel i ng fro m left, Mad is on Welch, Pre s ton Keleher, All is on T s ay, Je ssi ca Gr im e s Alex Wh i tt i ngton. Stand i ng i n back, Sarah Brennan, Sandy Grave s Zoe Wallace, A.J. Collado, Cody Coate s Meaghan Heveran, Conner Berg, Jael i n Br i gner, Becky Bonanno, L i nd s ey Proulx, Jordan Re i neke, Sarah Lucker.

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RIBBON CUTTING FOR DADE CITY LAW OFFICES The Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting May 1 at 5:30 p.m., at the Law Offices of Matthew J. Jowanna, 14220 Eighth St., Suite 100, in Dade City. To RSVP, email Jo Uber at juber@dadecitychamber.org, or call (352) 567-3769. BREAKFAST AND MEETINGS AT ZEPHYRHILLS CHAMBER Upcoming events with the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce include a chamber business breakfast May 1 sponsored by Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. Randy Surber, president and chief executive of the hospital, will speak at Golden Corral, 6855 Gall Blvd., in Zephyrhills, with the event beginning at 7 a.m. Cost is $7 for members. The chamber's steering committee meets April 30 at 11:30 a.m., at the chamber office, 38550 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. CONFERENCE FOR NEW BUSINESSES The Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host a workshop focused on financial considerations for new businesses May 8 at 5:30 p.m., at 5300 Eagleston Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. The seminar, hosted by the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund, presents basic information and successful strategies to start a business. It includes licensing, state regulations, financing options and business development. To register, call (813) 9802765, or visit HBIFFlorida.org. TAX COLLECTOR UPDATING SOFTWARE The Pasco County Tax Collector's office has hired Grant Street Group to update its tax collection software. It includes a fullservice e-payment processing service for credit cards, debit cards and e-checks. Pasco County will become the 19th Florida county to use the new system, TaxSys, since it was launched in 2006. The data conversion component of the project will take place this year, with full implementation set for next January. It's expected to be completed in September 2015. ACHIEVA OPENS IN LAND O' LAKES Achieva Credit Union has opened a new branch at 2115 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes. It's the second branch in Pasco County, and 17th overall for the credit union. It will staff six people, with Jennifer Capo serving as branch manager. The branch offers freestanding teller pods, which eliminates lines and brings tellers out from "behind the glass" to interact face-to-face with members. Gary Regoli, president and chief executive of Achieva, said in a statement that Land O' Lakes is a good match for his company. "We understand the growth taking place throughout Pasco County, and welcome the opportunity to bring the Achieva banking experience to this burgeoning community," he said. The location will host a ribbon cutting May 2 at 8:30 a.m., with the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. Saint Leo University has launched a new Communication-MarketingMultimedia Industry Advisory Council, with Summer Martin from the Pasco Economic Development Council, elected as chairwoman. The council's mission is to serve as an advisory body, working collaboratively with the instructional faculty and students by providing ideas and opinions on matters concerning the industry, and to help advance the department's strategic plan. "Talent is always No. 1 on a company's wish list when choosing a location for its business," said Martin, in a release. "This is a great opportunity for industry professionals to weigh in on the skills they would like to see future graduates have as it relates to their business and the field of marketing, communication and multimedia." Martin joined the PEDC in 2012, and has since helped the organization win four awards recognizing its marketing efforts. She also serves on the Tampa Bay Partnership's Regional Marketing Council, and in 2012, participated as a member of the Communications Action Group for the Tampa Bay Host Committee. "Saint Leo University is preparing students for future jobs, and we want to stay on the cutting edge," said Michael Nastanski, dean of Saint Leo's Donald R. Tapia School of Business, in a release. "We look forward to working with industry professionals to develop the Tampa Bay region's talent." Martin to lead Saint Leo advisory council

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You choose the weeks you would like to attend! * Our Lady of The Rosary Catholic Church presents: Camp Mystery Camp Mystery AL Summer at the Lakes ACADEMY AT THE LAKES SUMMER DAY CAMP CAMP INVENTION¨ All New S.T.E.M. eme! JOIN US FOR A SUMMER OF FUN More than camps 50 to choose from! Online brochure: academyatthelakes.org/community/summer-camp ULTIMATE SUMMER CAMP CALL RACHEL TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! 813-909-2800 Fax 813-909-2802 / The L AKER Lutz News / classifieds@lakerlutznews.com www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 13 By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Penny for Pasco starts a new round of funding in January, using an extra 1 percent sales tax to provide nearly $50 million in additional annual funding for Pasco County projects over the next decade. But how should the money be spent? In the past, dollars have been dedicated to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, road construction and maintenance, and purchasing land for conservation. This time, however, nearly 10 percent of funds or $4.5 million has been earmarked toward economic development. And if spent the right way, leaders from the independent Pasco Economic Development Council say the impact of those funds could be tremendous, bringing new commercial parks and maybe even a convention center to Pasco County. "It should create jobs and it should grow the economy," PEDC president and chief executive John Hagen recently told Pasco County commissioners during a workshop. "If it doesn't do that, then it's not economic development. That means attracting businesses that actually bring money into the community." Of course, $4.5 million each year might not be the best way to accomplish that goal, Hagen said. But $36 million all up front? That can go a long way. "We think it's important to use leverage," he said. "We'd rather get some of that revenue upfront now, so that we can get more of an impact over the 10-year period, rather than wait. We need jobs and we need economic development now." That could mean borrowing up to 80 percent of the projected revenue over the next 10 years, and using revenue from those projects or simply funds from Penny for Pasco itself to pay it back. If commissioners were to take that route, the county could take the lead in attracting new businesses to Pasco, instead of losing them to neighbors like Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. That starts with a business park project, assembling land together somewhere in the county and earmarking all of it for commercial use. It continues with speculation building helping developers construct commercial space in hopes it will attract tenants once completed. And it would be topped off with a convention center, possibly built in conjunction with a hotel, that could provide even more reasons to bring people into Pasco County. "We have a very pressing need to develop some real estate product, and by that I don't mean residential," Hagen said. "I mean office and industrial flex space, something we need to put a significant amount of money into because we're experiencing the loss of opportunities right now because we don't have the product" to offer potential relocations. Commissioners appeared receptive to the concepts, and even saw it as a chance to jump ahead of its neighbors. "I think Pinellas County's whole economic development budget is $1.2 million, and we've got such an advantage with this penny," Commissioner Kathryn Starkey said. "I am excited. I like the idea of planning ahead like this so that we know where we need to go." Although borrowing to support economic development projects would increase the county's current debt, Hagen said it could actually save Pasco money in the long run. Construction costs will undoubtedly go up between now and 2025, and if interest rates rise, it will cost more just to borrow in the future compared to today. Having the right plan and the money to implement it has the potential to put Pasco on the map, county planning and development administrator Richard Gehring said. Places like Triangle Park in North Carolina were created from strong planning and the funding to make it happen. Nothing is stopping Pasco from looking to reach similar heights. "There is not an upper limit for what we could shoot for," he said. "The potential for the access and land position is tremendous." FILE PHOTO Commercial building has ramped up in Pasco County, especially in the Lutz area at ComPark. Gov. Rick Scott, left, joined developers Larry Morgan and Ross Kirk during a recent groundbreaking last February. County officials may use Penny for Pasco to stimulate more. Pasco wants to turn pennies into jobs Penny for Pasco by the numbers Although its numbers are meant to show examples, this is how the Pasco Economic Development Council says it can spend part of Penny for Pasco revenues. $7.5 million Added to an existing $2.5 million fund used as an incentive to bring large employers to Pasco County. $20.6 million Assembling land and promoting speculation building through the development of a business park. Also, construction of a convention center. $12.7 million Earmarked for business loans, business investment fund and business incubation. $3.7 million Marketing and branding campaign to promote what Pasco County has to offer. $500,000 Workforce training, enhancing more than $4.5 million from state and federal sources.

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www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 2014 15 Loud & Clear and FREE Florida residents with a hearing loss are eligible to receive a free ampli! ed phone from the non-pro! t Florida Telecommunications Relay, Inc. Cordless and corded phones for persons with mild to severe hearing loss are available at 23 distribution centers statewide. Limit one per customer. CONTACT YOUR AREA CENTER FOR DETAILS Central Florida Speech and Hearing Center 3020 Lakeland Highlands Rd. Lakeland, FL 33803 863-686-3189 (v/tty) Current FTRI clients: If your phone isn't working properly or your hearing has changed, or should you no longer need your phone or are moving out of Florida, call FTRI at 888-554-1151 for assistance. AROUND THE PARKS COURTESY OF JO ANN BULEY Keeping it beautiful at Timber Lake Estates Don and Sue Mugridge of Shady Creek Drive in Timber Lake Estates accept their award for House of the Second Quarter 2014. Residents work hard to keep their yards in tip-top shape. Honorable mentions were awarded to homes on Pond Hollow and Moss Hill street as well as Countryside Drive By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons! Grand Horizons hosted its first Appreciation Day on April 6 with hopefully more to come. I wasn't able to attend because of a previous engagement, but I heard from Joyce Bell that all had a great time. Ken Leone was the emcee of this event that had about 85 people in attendance. Along with Ken, the following people were on the team that worked very hard to get this appreciation day flowing smoothly: Cheryl Leone, Ron and Joyce Bell, and Chuck and Shirley Carlson. There were several thank you signs in the community center and there was a big banner also with "Thanks" on it. The menu consisted of a pulled pork sandwich that Cheryl worked very hard on. There also were beans that Shirley Carlson, Joyce Bell and Sandy Lindke provided. In addition to the above, they also had coleslaw, potato salad, condiments, pickles and cupcakes for dessert. Many pictures were taken and several discussions occurred among the people attending. About 37 people attended our lunch connoisseurs April 11 at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant in Brandon. Del O'Hara and Andy Gisondi, along with Tom and Laurie Carter hosted it. They did a marvelous job of reserving the place and getting there early enough to greet everyone as they entered the room. Buca di Beppo has many individual rooms and just the right size was set aside for the people of Grand Horizons. The restaurant not only had a large and varied menu, but the atmosphere was super. All the walls were covered with pictures and information about the place. Once a month we have lunch connoisseurs, who try to go to different restaurants. This place hit the spot, and we thank the four people who worked on this gathering. We had a terrific time and look forward to many more. Several women went on a luncheon to the Hacienda Mexican Restaurant on April 17. This is a restaurant that is located right in Zephyrhills and was hosted by Judi Davis. I heard from Judi that 11 women attended this outing and everyone had a great time. There was a special at the restaurant, and several people took advantage of this, plus other items that were presented on the menu. All in all, everyone had a good time. We look forward to many other outings where the women get together for a good time. COURTESY OF RON BELL Appreciation Day brought out numerous residents, including from left, Chuck and Shirley Carlson, Joyce and Ron Bell, and Cheryl and Ken Leone. Grand Horizons shows appreciation in a big way Chuck and Shirley Carlson at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant. Awaiting lunch at Buca di Beppo are, from left, Andy Gisondi, Tom Carter, Laurie Carter and Del O'Hara. Enjoying conversation at Buca di Beppo, from left, are Fred and Sam Sage, and Joyce and Dave Billig. Jenny and Dave Molinek at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant. COURTESY OF RON BELL About 85 residents attended Grand Horizons' first Appreciation Day. COURTESY OF MARTY AND HELENE RUBENSTEIN Ron and Joyce Bell at Buca di Beppo.

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The L AKERFREE The L AKER EAST PASCO EDITION APRIL 30, 2014 Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations.Why rush to a competitors ER just to sit and wait?! Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. Its simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure Designated Primary Stroke Center Joint Commission accredited Fast Emergency CareQUALITYThis hospital is partially owned by physicians. BayfrontDadeCity.com You can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: By Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comLast year, Huntington Ingalls Industries earned more than $6.8 billion. Chances are, youve never heard of this Virginia-based company. But you should definitely be familiar with its products nuclear-powered aircraft carriers that are more than 1,000 feet long and weigh 100,000 tons and you may even know its president and chief executive officer. C. Michael Petters has led Huntington Ingalls since before it was spun off from Northrop Grumman. Petters is a preeminent shipbuilder who learned his skills through the U.S. Naval Academy and the College of William and Mary, but the foundation of his success goes back even further all the way to the small German Catholic St. Joseph community in Pasco County. There, Petters and his siblings worked hard on the familys orange groves, but still remained focused on education and service. So its no surprise that not only has Petters been invited to speak at upcoming commencement exercises at Saint Leo University, but so has his sister U.S. Army Brig. Gen. Susan Davison. The Class of 2014 graduation marks a milestone in the Petters family historySaint Leo grads to learn something new from speakers See SAINT LEO, page8 AROUNDTHE PARKS COURTESY OF HELENE RUBENSTEINItalian lunch connoisseursChris and Jerry Buckley at Buca di Beppo Italian Restaurant.More Grand Horizons, page 15 The LAKERFREEThe LAKER EAST PASCO EDITION APRIL 2, 2014 Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations.Why rush to a competitors ER just to sit and wait?! Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. Its simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure Designated Primary Stroke Center JCdd Fast Emergency CareQUALITYYou can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: B y B .C. M ani onbcmanion@akerlutznews.comAs the Pasco County school district shifts to a more rigorous set of educational standards, Superintendent Kurt Browning has been making the rounds to explain the changes to parents. During his most recent stop at Wiregrass Ranch High School the final of 13 community meetings Browning told parents that the district must change the way teachers teach and students learn. He also called for greater involvement by parents to help prepare students for entering school and to reinforce learning at home. The districts current performance must improve, Browning said, especially since the district is ranked 34th out of the states 67 districts. Im not the least bit happy with 34, Browning said. Society has changed and the district mustchangetootomeetitsgoalofproduc ing students who are ready for college, careers and life, Browning said. Weve got to make a connection between whats happening in the real world and in the classroom, Browning said. Along those lines, the district is shifting to Common Core State Standards and raising the bar on expectations. The standards define what students should know as they proceed through school in order to graduate from high school fully prepared to enter college and the work force. Were embracing a new way of teaching and learning, said Rayann Mitchell, a senior supervisor in the division of curriculum, assessment and instruction. The new standards are causing teachers to think differently about the way they teach, Browning said. Instead of standing at the front of the classroom lecturing, teachers are now pushing for more collaboration between students Superintendent pushes new standardsB.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOAt a s eri e s of co mm uni ty forums, Pa s co County S chools S uperi ntendent Kurt B rown i ng explai ned the Common Core S tate S tandards The s y s tem def i nes what s tudents s hould know as they proceed through s chool s o they can graduate fro m h i gh s chool fully prepared to enter college and theworkforceSee S TANDARD S, page8 DONT MISS A SINGLE ISSUE!The full version of The Laker is now available online. Visit LakerLutzNews.com and click E-Editions in the top left corner. COURTESY OF JOE ABELNCanopy piloting, more commonly known as swooping, forces skydivers to pick up speed as they approach the ground, rather than slow down. Then they have to navigate obstacles, typically over lakes and ponds since water is more forgiving in high-speed impacts than the hard ground.By Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comJim Drumm likely saw the first cracks in his tenure as Zephyrhills city manager last July when councilmen Lance Smith and Ken Burgess both gave him low marks on their evaluations of his job performance. Drumm had communications issues, according to the evaluations, especially when it came to city employees and the public as a whole. He wasnt getting out to meet enough people. The citys relationship with Pasco County was troubled, at best. Yet Drumm wasnt worried about his job. While he knew there was room for improvement in his own job performance, he received high marks from the three other council members. And as far as Drumm was concerned, there were nowhere near the four votes required to remove him, if thats what Smith and Burgess were aiming for. That all changed, however, in March, when Drumm found himself fighting for his job the voices of two councilmen suddenly gaining the power of the majority. Despite three legal opinions against him, Drumm maintains his position that no matter what his contract says, the citys charter the constitution of the local government requires four votes to remove him. The security of that belief encouraged MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOZephyrhills city manager Jim Drumm goes over some last-minute details with city finance director Stacie Poppell ahead of a special city council meeting last week.Dr umm takes f inal standNew skydiving sport swoops into Zephyrhills with nationalsBy Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comIts quite easily one of the newest sports out there, and something many people have never heard of. For the second straight year, Skydive City in Zephyrhills will host the U.S. Parachute Association National Skydiving Championships of Canopy Piloting May 2224. And whenever drop zone owner T.K. Hayes shares that with someone outside of skydiving, he can almost anticipate that first question: What is canopy piloting? Its a fairly new sport that has come around in the last 10 to 12 years, and its grown into its own discipline of skydiving, he said.Simply, skydivers jump from a plane thats just 5,000 feet in the air (compared to the normal 12,000 feet for typical skydiving), and instead of slowing down before hitting the ground, these jumpers actually speed up some as fast as 90 mph swooping through a ground-level course thats exciting for spectators, and dangerous for the jumpers.And Hayes knows all about that danger. He has a spinal fusion to prove it. When we built the first swoop pond out here in 2000 or 2001, it wasnt even a sport then, Hayes said. It was a windy day, and I got down too low and caught me See DRUMM, page8 See SKYDIVING, page8 C. Michael Petters

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Your emergency cant wait.Why shouldyou?Text your zip code to ERTIME for ER wait times and locations.Why rush to a competitors ER just to sit and w ait? Now you can text us and get our ER wait times in advance. Its simple. Just text your zip code to ERTIME (378463) and get instant ER wait times and locations near you. Accredited Chest Pain Center Top Performer on Key Quality Measures for heart attack and heart failure This hospital is partially owned by physicians. BayfrontDadeCity.comYou can rely on high-quality care at every ER Extra location. Our accreditations and awards are evidence of our quality standards: Designated Primary Stroke Center Joint Commission accredited www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20142 Seminar helps business owners understand ObamacareBy B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comThere are supporters and detractors of the Affordable Care Act better known as Obamacare but no matter where you stand on the issue, unless you qualify for a subsidy, youll pay higher insurance rates. Thats what Jason Greif, an insurance agent with U.S. Health Group, told members of a health insurance reform class at the SmartStart Dade City incubator April 8. The insurance agent, who has been in the industry for eight years, explained changes in health care law, talking about the pros and cons of the new requirements, and the different kinds of insurance coverage that are available in the health care marketplace. Greif also explained the penalty for not purchasing health insurance, which is now mandatory, and he talked about the risks that people face when they dont have insurance. A lot of people are misinformed, Greif said. Part of Obamacare took effect on March 23, 2010, he said, noting thats when insurance companies had to begin covering what has been defined as essential health benefits. There are 10 of them, Greif said. They include services ranging from child immunizations to maternity care, mammograms to colonoscopies. What do you guys think is going to happen to the rates if the insurance companies have to cover everybodys colonoscopy? They go up, he said. I actually am for Obamacare for a lot of different reasons. But it has increased the rates. Another big change happened on Jan. 1. Thats when insurance companies could no longer deny coverage. No matter what, anybody can get health insurance, Greif said. Thats good news for people who were denied coverage before, but it drives up insurance rates as a result. In the past, people with certain conditions could only get coverage as part of a group. Itd really be disheartening for me to say, Theres nothing I can do. You have diabetes, I cant get you insurance, Greif said. Nobody could do anything for them, unless they were able to get covered through a group. Its almost more of a socialistic approach to healthcare. But for people that are sick, for people that get a subsidy, its actually an amazing program because those people were not able to get insurance, Greif said. This years open enrollment is over. The only way to enroll through the marketplace outside of the enrollment period is to have a life-changing event such as moving, losing group insurance or having a child, Greif said. The next enrollment period begins Nov. 15. Those who want to get an idea of what their rates would be can go to a website, HealthSherpa.com, to get a fairly close estimate of what to expect, Greif said. This is a great website. The quotes are usually $5 higher or lower. Its a way you can get an accurate quote and you dont have to go on Healthcare.gov and create a profile and give all of your personal information out, he said.Now, health insurance rates are based on age, tobacco use and ZIP code, Greif said. Eligibility for subsidies is based on income.Still, there are choices in the types of coverage and the rates that are attached to those, he said. Some coverage types allow people to choose doctors who are inside or outside of their network, while others allow people to use only doctors within their networks. Some of the networks have more doctors than others, Greif said. Its important to find out exactly what the plan includes. Greif recommends a plan that allows individuals the most latitude when it comes to selecting which doctors and hospitals will treat them. For those who disregard the law and do not get health insurance, the penalty is either $95 or 1 percent of the individuals modified gross adjusted income, whichever is higher, Greif said. Regardless of where people stand on Obamacare, Greif said having coverage is essential. Without it, he said, people who have serious medical emergencies or conditions can go bankrupt in a matter of days. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOInsurance agent Jason Greif helps explain some of the ins and outs of health care reform, also known as Obamacare. The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportNow that drivers licenses and state identification cards require birth certificates, Pasco County tax collector Mike Fasano is offering the sale of birth certificates for Florida-born customers. The need for a birth certificate is part of the states Real ID Act, but could also be needed for other situations as well.We are constantly striving to make it as easy as possible for our customers to comply with the needs of the federal mandates regarding identification, Fasano said in a release. Additionally, a customer may need a copy of their birth certificate for various other purposes. As long as they were born in the state of Florida, we will be able to help them secure an authorized copy of their birth certificate.The cost for the first certificate is $18.25, with additional copies available for $8 each. There is no limit on the number of certificates an individual can purchase. Those who want their birth certificate must show a valid identification in the form of a drivers license, state-issued ID card, a passport, military ID, or any other acceptable government-issued identification. Local tax collector offices are at 4111 Land O Lakes Blvd., in Land O Lakes, and at 14236 Sixth St., Room 100, in Dade City. For information, visit PascoTaxes.com.Birth certificates now available at tax office Eyeliner $300 CALL FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION TO SEE IF PERMANENT MAKEUP IS RIGHT FOR YOU www.creativepermanentmakeupbypam.com for more information. Eyebrows $300Are you tired of drawing on your makeup every day? GO FROM THIS... 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MANION Community Editor bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com MICHAEL MURILLO Staff Writer mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20143 FREE ESTIMATESon all installations A/C & GasSales Service Installation Lenny Bahr Kevin BahrOwnersVisit Us 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 5-31-14. LAK$5OFF A/C Maintenance CheckLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 5-31-14. LAK$100OFFNew A/C InstallLimit one per person, per visit. Expires 5-31-14. LAKCAC043948 VOTED THE BEST 3 YEARS IN A ROW! By Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comThe expansion of State Road 56 into Zephyrhills could be key to a major economic boom for Pasco County, and two candidates seeking to replace state Rep. Will Weatherford, R-Wesley Chapel, in Tallahassee agree state-level leadership must be in place to make sure it happens. Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz both shared their visions for House District 38 during a meeting recently of the Wesley Chapel Republican Club. The two are seeking the Republican nomination to face Democrat Beverly Ledbetter in the November election, and both flexed their conservative values in front of the small crowd in the training room at Hyundai of Wesley Chapel. To have State Road 56 coming all the way to Zephyrhills with our municipal airport sitting right here, we are going to benefit so much as a community, as a district and as an area, said Burgess, who up until last Monday was mayor of Zephyrhills. That is such an asset for this area. Yet, proposed projects like the private elevated toll road could disrupt plans to start that expansion in the next two to three years, with the Florida Department of Transportation likely going to hold back until a final decision can be made on the controversial 33-mile project. All they are looking for is a green light or red light by the county to see whether or not they are going to approve it, Burgess said. But for the elevated road itself? It is not what we want. Diaz said the developers behind the elevated road project, International Infrastructure Partners, have far too many unanswered questions surrounding them for her to support the project. We need to look, as a county, at other alternatives, she said. Sure, we want to go all the way into Zephyrhills so that the east and west can become more easily accessible. But the original plans are just too big. I think we can probably break it up into smaller pieces and make that work for Pasco County.Diaz is a native of California, but has lived in Pasco County for more than a decade after making her career in the U.S. Air Force. She has always been excited about the economic possibilities when it comes to aeronautics, she said, and Pasco County has two airports Zephyrhills and Tampa North Executive Airport in Lutz just miles apart that could bookend a major industrial corridor.It would be attractive to those in the manufacturing of aerospace and aviation technologies, Diaz said. My vision for Pasco is to make Pasco so attractive, it would be a secondary hub for these industries, yet not impact the quality of water and agriculture that is part of our East Pasco makeup. While the state should lead the charge, Diaz says she still supports local governments having a final say. My role (in the House) should be in advocating economic growth, she said. You tell me what you want, and Ill see that its done on the state level. One of the key components of listening closely to local city and county governments is that leaders at the state and federal level have a tendency to paint with a broad brush, Burgess said. What is best for Broward County is not always best for Pasco County, he said. We need to absolutely protect our home rule. That is the doctrine that our state has adopted many years ago, and it allows our local governments to make their own decisions, to adopt their own charters and adopt their own ordinances. During the forum, Burgess highlighted his time as both the youngest city councilman in the state (he was first elected in Zephyrhills when he was 18), and later the youngest mayor in the citys history, fresh out of law school. Diaz acknowledges she has not held elective office before, but that hasnt stopped her from trying to make a difference when it comes to making laws. A bill she helped craft was in committee late last week, she said, and is designed to provide funding to jails to help train officials on how to provide services to the mentally ill. It will not have cost us any money as taxpayers, Diaz said. The initiative was written in such a way that it requires funding from other sources like gambling and lottery. It would not create an increase on our community burden. The primary election for House District 38 is Aug. 26, with the winner heading to the general election Nov. 4.Future of Pasco lives and dies with municipal airports MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOFormer Zephyrhills mayor Danny Burgess, left, joins Republican challenger Minnie Diaz in a political forum at the Wesley Chapel Republican Club hosted by county commission candidate Mike Moore. And your most admired judge is House District 38 candidates Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz were asked during a recent Wesley Chapel Republican Club forum to identify their favorite U.S. Supreme Court justice. Its definitely not Elena Kagan or Sonia Sotomayor, two justices appointed by President Obama, Diaz said. Instead, she likes Clarence Thomas. He had to go through those (sexual harassment) hearings unfortunately, and I think his time is coming up now, Diaz said. He needs to step up and confront the current judges and be more vocal and create more advocacy for conservatism. Burgess, himself a lawyer, says he prefers Antonin Scalia.You become fascinated by this mans legal opinions, the way he words his opinions, Burgess said. He is really an asset to the Supreme Court, and I just hope that he can stick around for as long as he can muster.

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www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20144 By Michael Hinmanmhinman@lakerlutznews.comThe results of a recent election in the town of Saint Leo and a bill making its way through the Legislature could be on a collision course that may result in a town commissioner resigning, a special election or an appointment to the commission by Gov. Rick Scott. All of these scenarios are possible. It all boils down to the fact that the towns commission may soon lack a quorum. The purpose of a quorum is to ensure elected representatives are actually representing the people who elected them by typically requiring more than half of those representatives to be present at a meeting. Its a concept nearly as old as organized meetings themselves, and prevents a leader from having more power than he should. Without a quorum, decisions cant be made, governing virtually comes to a complete halt, and nothing gets done. St. Leos government requires three of its five commissioners to be present to create a quorum. However, a bill making its way through Tallahassee is expected to pass and once it gets the governors signature, three of those five St. Leo commissioners will be removed from office. Thus, there wont be a quorum available with the remaining two to fix it. Its something that could keep attorneys up at night, but not St. Leo town attorney Patricia Petruff. Thats because she has a plan. Were going to have three commissioners (from Lake Jovita) as of May, and if one of them does not resign, well have a little bit of a pickle on our hands, Petruff said. With the Florida House back in session this week, work once again begins on H.B. 1401, introduced by Rep. Amanda Murphy, D-New Port Richey, that would remove part of the Lake Jovita subdivision from the St. Leo town limits, and have it join the rest of that community in unincorporated Pasco County. When theres a vacancy on the commission, the mayor with the consent of his fellow commissioners can appoint a replacement. In fact, that happened in 2005 when Commissioner John Fantone decided not to seek re-election, and no one ran to replace him. Then-mayor James Hallett appointed Bill Hamilton, the son of a former St. Leo mayor, to the seat. That couldnt happen this time, because in order for the commission to consent to an appointment, there has to be an actual commission, which doesnt exist without the three-member quorum. The battle to de-annex has been ongoing for years, especially as Lake Jovita residents have slowly moved into commission seats. Right now, commissioners James Wells and Robert Inslee as well as Mayor John Gardner hail from Lake Jovita. Gardner chose not to seek re-election, but Ray Davis defeated longtime commissioner Donna DeWitt on April 8, and with that, kept the Lake Jovita majority on the commission. Whether H.B. 1401 is signed into law before the new commission is seated in mid-May or after, an immediate de-annexation of St. Leo is going to leave three empty seats and a complicated process to fill it. In fact, it could be up to Gov. Rick Scott to appoint at least one member to the commission so that they can order a special election. But Petruff hopes it doesnt get that far. In fact, theres an even easier solution: resign. If we have only two members who are from the area impacted by (H.B.) 1401, then after the new commission is seated in May, we would only lose two members, and the mayor could appoint to fill the spots, Petruff said. That would mean some trust on behalf of the Lake Jovita residents on the commission, as the mayor would need to appoint someone outside that subdivision to fill the seat, giving non-Lake Jovita residents the majority. The commission has scheduled meetings already for April 28 and May 5, depending on how far H.B. 1401 has moved in the House. I think the plan is that one of them will resign, but nobody has told me that for sure, Petruff said. And none of them have come up and said that. One person who probably wont hand in his resignation if this situation continues past mid-May is Davis, who beat DeWitt by just four votes to win her seat. Davis told The Laker/Lutz News after the election his goal was to be insurance in case H.B. 1401 failed. They call me Plan B, he said. You never know whats going to happen. Davis himself said he didnt want to speculate, but DeWitt feared they could keep a move to dissolve the 123-year-old town in their back pocket just in case. Petruff, however, isnt focused on that. She is expecting H.B. 1401 to clear both the House and Senate, and find itself under Scotts pen in the near future. But just in case no one resigns, and there are just two commissioners in the St. Leo Town Hall once that happens? Petruff said she wants the current commission to give her and Town Clerk Joan Miller the power right now to organize and conduct a special election and get the empty seats filled. The two would also run the town until a quorum once again exists. We talked a little bit about whether or not the sitting commission could give direction in the event that this happens, Petruff said, noting no final decision has been made yet. But those decisions will have to be made soon. Timing is critical, she said. Thats why were watching this very closely. Patricia Petruff De-annexing Lake Jovita could create mess on St. Leo commission PHOTOS COURTESY OF KETH LUKEAll horsing around at fundraiserLinda Ward, left, president and chief executive of Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care, recognized Ashlyn Head, center, and Sue Touchston for raising the most money at Ride for Hospice. Participants at the Ride for Hospice could paint a pony with handprints for $2, an effort to raise money for Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care. The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportIts survey time in Pasco County again, as government officials look to get feedback from residents and businesses about the future of the county.The 2014 Citizen Survey includes questions about quality of life, speed of growth, crime and safety, public transit, recycling, and general services, according to a release from the county. It also asks questions about the State Road 54/56 corridor, where an unsolicited bid to build an estimated $2.2 billion elevated toll road has been proposed.Data from the survey is combined from its random, scientific National Citizen Survey, and provides input for prioritizing planning efforts and budget allocations. The survey is open online through May 31, and can be accessed online at PascoCountyFl.net. Visitors to the site can provide feedback at any time as well through the customer comment card available on the site, or by sending an email to customerservice@pascocountyfl.net. A direct link to the survey is available at tinyurl.com/PascoCountySurvey.Pasco Countys annual online survey now open The sixth annual Ride for Hospice at Diamond B Ranch in Dade City, drew close to 100 riders and raised more than $20,000 for Gulfside Hospice.

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FHZeph.org Dade CityZephyrhills30154 52 35 75 75 The birth of a child should be one of the most memorable moments in lifeone youll want to share with family and friends. As the only OB program in East Pasco County, The Baby Place at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills provides expert care in a comfortable setting thats close to home. So enjoy the event of a lifetime in your own familiar neighborhood. Theres no better place to celebrate the most important day of your babys life.Youre expecting.We think you should expect the best. E XPERTISE ACCESS HEALING CARE www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20145

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Disney characters and artwork Disney, Disney/Pixar characters Disney/Pixar.Kids Tickets $12!Buy Tickets: Ticketmaster.com Ticketmaster Retail Locations 800-745-3000 Tampa Bay Times Forum Box Office disneyonice.com268530$12 Kids tickets valid in Terrace level only. Ages 2-12. Restrictions, exclusions and additional charges may apply. Subject to availability. Limit of four (4) kids tickets with the purchase of an adult ticket. MAY 15 18Tampa Bay Times ForumPresented locally by www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20146 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: news@lakerlutznews.com All listings free of charge Whats Happening What s Happening 37023 Pepper Drive, Zephyrhills, FL 33541-3613B&N LENZENTERPRISES BUSINESS/ INDIVIDUALACCOUNTANT Tax Planning Preparation Bookkeeping Business Start Up Counseling Are you having problems with the IRS? Nils R. Lenz, MBA, RTRPGive me a call.813-782-9491ENROLLED AGENT QUALIFIED TO PRACTICE B EFORE THE IRSTIMBER LAKE BINGOTimber Lake Estates, 30301 Countryside Drive in Wesley Chapel, will continue to offer Thursday bingo throughout the summer. Doors open at 4 p.m. A full kitchen menu will be available starting at 4:40 p.m. NEW RESTORE SALE DATESHabitat ReStores discounts on items that have been in inventory for a while is now on Mondays. Senior Day has moved to Tuesdays, when a senior citizen discount is 20 percent. Starting May 1, Dade City ReStore will host monthly silent auctions. Habitat ReStores are located at 15029 U.S. 301 in Dade City, and 4700 S. Allen Road in Zephyrhills. For information, visit Habitat.org/restores.COMMUNITY PONDS SEMINARThe Pasco Cooperative Extension Service is offering a seminar on managing community ponds May 3 at 9 a.m., at Pasco Fairgrounds Clayton Hall, 36702 State Road 52 in Dade City. Participants can learn how to have a healthy, attractively landscaped pond in their community. The seminar is free. For information, call (352) 518-0156.HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGThe Zephyrhills Historical Association will meet May 6 at 6 p.m., at the Zephyrhills Depot Museum, 39110 South Ave. There will be a presentation by the Zephyrhills High School chorus. Refreshments will be served. For information, call Jerry Pricher at (813) 788-2547, or email jerry@pricher.net.BOOK BAZAARHugh Embry Library, 14215 Fourth St., in Dade City, will host a book bazaar May 9 and May 10 from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will be slightly used books, audio and video media, magazines, and related materials, many at less than $3. For information, call (352) 567-3576.CARES SENIOR ACTIVITIESCommon on Pretty Pond, 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills, will host the following CARES Crescent Enrichment Center senior activities: Learn to Make Greeting Cards: May 22 and May 29 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring scissors and adhesives. Other supplies provided. Cost is $10. To reserve a space, call (352) 206-0277. Multimedia Art Instruction by Don Heinke: Mondays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring own supplies. Cost is $15. For information, call (813) 748-5364. Watercolor Classes with Sandi Lallemand: Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Bring own supplies. Cost is $10. To register, call (352) 523-1213.MEMORIAL DEDICATIONSouthport Springs, 3737 Southport Springs Parkway in Zephyrhills, will host a dedication of its veterans memorial June 14 at 10 a.m. More than 150 veterans reside in the community, and the memorial honors them, all who have served, and all who will serve. The memorial will fly service flags from all military branches and have an inscribed granite stone. For information, call (813) 782-3800. CENTENNIAL EAGLES CLUB EVENTSCentennial Eagles No. 4399 Fraternal Order of Eagles, 15924 U.S. 301 in Dade City, hosts steel-tipped darts at 7 p.m. on Monday, and nickel bingo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday and Saturday. There also is bar bingo at 7 p.m. on Thursday, and pool tournaments at 7 p.m. on Friday. The club serves dinner from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Fridays, open to the public. Club meetings are the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The Ladies Auxiliary meetings are the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 7 p.m. For information, call (352) 567-9755.COLONY HILLS STARTS BINGOThe Colony Hills Community, 35144 Wagner Way in Zephyrhills, hosts weekly bingo Wednesday nights. Early bird bingo is at 6 p.m., and regular bingo starts at 7 p.m. Doors open at 3:30 p.m. Snack kitchen features hot dogs, popcorn, cake and drinks. For information, call (813) 788-4121.DONATE TO PET PANTRYDogs Day Pet Pantry, 14012 Seventh St., in Dade City, is looking for donations of pet food and pet supplies to help pet owners facing economic hardship in the Dade City area. Items needed are dry or canned dog and cat food, cat litter, and collars and leashes. The pantry accepts donations from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.CAMP SPONSORSHIPSThe Florida Elks Association sponsors camp scholarships each summer for children ages 9 through 13. Sessions are from Sunday afternoon to Saturday morning, and include housing, food, and a range of activities including archery, swimming, arts and crafts, basketball, and more. For sponsorship information or an application, call (813) 7824604, or email bpoe2731@tampabay.rr.com.AMERICAN LEGION KARAOKE American Legion Post 15, 37745 Church St., in Dade City, hosts indoor corn toss tournaments the third Saturday of every month. Sign-up is at noon, and games start at 1 p.m. For information, call Bob Case at (813) 713-4588. The club meets the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Karaoke night is the first Friday of the month from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. There is an air rifle Junior Shooting Sports Program for boys and girls ages 8 through 18 every Wednesday at 5 p.m. For information, call (352) 518-0021.SQUARE DANCING AT BETMARThe Belles and Beaus square and round dance group of Betmar Acres hosts a mainstreamand plus-level dance every Wednesday at 7 p.m., in Clubhouse 2 at 37137 Lakewood Drive in Zephyrhills. For information, call (989) 742-4639.PASCO GENEALOGYThe Genies, a small informal genealogical group, meets every Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints, 9016 Fort King Road in Dade City. For information, call (813) 788-8894, or (813) 715-7133.AMERICAN LEGION MEETINGSAmerican Legion Zephyr Post 118 will meet the third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m., at the post home, 5340 Eighth St., in Zephyrhills. The club is open from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Membership to the club is open to all eligible veterans. For information, call Keith Holz at (813) 782-0481. CALLING ACCORDION ENTHUSIASTSThe group Accordion Adventure meets the third Tuesday of every month from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at Spring Hill United Church of Christ, 4244 Mariner Blvd. The group is for accordion enthusiasts of all performance levels. For information, call (352) 686-0975, or (352) 442-5574. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHTFISHING TOURNAMENTThe Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation is hosting its annual Inshore Catch & Release Fishing Tournament May 4 at Magnuson Hotels Marine Cove in St. Petersburg. The tournament will benefit the Brain and Spine Institute. For information, call (813) 783-6144.

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TO THE EMPLOYEES OF HEARTLAND OF ZEPHYRHILLS If you would like more information about Heartland of Zephyrhills services or would like to arrange for a personalized tour, please call: Heartland of Zephyrhills 38220 Henry Drive Zephyrhills, FL 33542 813.788.7114for their outstanding teamwork and effort in making a difference to our customers. We are ranked FIRST in our companys division for our Patient Satisfaction Survey scores.* Areas where we excel in our commitment to patient focused care, satisfaction and positive results: 99.1 % Discharged patients reported that our Certied Nursing Assistants treated them with courtesy and respect** 99.1 % Discharged patients reported that their therapists understood their rehabilitation needs** 96.4 % Discharged patients rated overall satisfaction as good or excellent** A PROVEN LEADER in patient satisfaction *March 2013 February 2014 **1st Quarter 2013 data. www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20147 Send health news to news@lakerlutznews.com Health&Wellness Send school news to news@lakerlutznews.com Alzheimers Caregiver DayAlzheimers Family Organization is hosting its Caregiver Day May 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Bayfront Health Dade City, 13100 Fort King Road. The event includes refreshments, lunch, certificate of attendance and guest speakers. Topics include research updates, Medicare fraud and elder law issues. Cost is $10 for AFO members, and $25 for non-members. Registration is required. For information, call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.Stress reduction breakFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills is hosting the lecture Take This Stress Reduction Break for its diabetes support group May 6 at 3:30 p.m., at the hospitals Wellness Center conference room, 7050 Gall Blvd. Those attending will learn techniques of stress management and its benefits for improved health and well-being, memory and cognitive function. Guest speaker is life coach Veronique Polo. To register, call (877) 534-3108.NURSING INFO SESSION AT PHSCPasco-Hernando State College will host an information session on its new nursing bachelors degree program May 1 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at its West Campus, 10320 Ridge Road in New Port Richey. The session will feature information about the online degree program for licensed registered nurses who have a nursing associates degree, with additional skills in management, leadership, theory and research. The first class begins in August, and interested students my apply for admission no later than May 30. The session is free, but seating is limited. To RSVP, visit PHSC.edu/rsvp. For information, call (727) 816-3274.BEE BULLY-FREE IN ZEPHYRHILLSZephyrhills area schools have been encouraging students, teachers and staff to wear black and yellow on the last Friday of each month as part of the Bee Bully-Free Initiative. The initiative provides stickers and coloring book pages for schools that request them, participates in the Great American Teach-in, and provides certificates and awards for students who transform from bullies into kinder versions of themselves. The last Bee Bully-Free day is May 30. For information on the initiative, visit Facebook.com/beebullyfree. COURTESY OF GARY HATRICKChamber Student CitizensThe Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce recognized the following Student Citizens at an April ceremony in their honor. Each month, one student from 10 area schools is selected for exemplary effort, achievement and contribution to their school, family and community. Celebrating are, from left, Taylor Napier of West Elementary School, Shiloh McCoy of Heritage Academy, Olivia Laginess of Taylor Elementary School, Samuel Nix of The Broach School, Austin Manley of Stewart Middle School, Mary Veller of Woodland Elementary School, and Chloe Isaacs of West Zephyrhills Elementary School. Joining them are chamber executive director Vonnie Mikkelsen and chamber president Carolyn Sentelik, along with Student Citizen of the Month chair A.J. Hernandez. HPH Hospices Griefs JourneyHPH Hospice will host an eight-week Griefs Journey group for newly bereaved adults. The group will meet at 2 p.m. on Wednesdays beginning May 7 at HPHs Resource Center, 37441 Clinton Ave., in Dade City. The group is free, and individuals who havent used hospice services are invited. Preregistration is required. For information, call (800) 486-8784. Head trauma lectureFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills will host A Bang to the Brain May 8 at 2 p.m., at the hospitals Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd. The lecture will cover concussions and head trauma caused by falls, motor vehicle accidents or sports injuries. Participants will learn the latest facts and treatments. Guest speaker is Sara Jagger. To register, call (877) 534-3108.Womens health sessionFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills will present Nursing & Midwifery: A Holistic Approach to Womens Health May 8 at 6 p.m., in the hospitals Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd. Join the session to learn how nurses and midwives can help achieve health goals. To register, call (877) 534-3108.New format for bereavement groupGulfside Hospices bereavement department offers bereavement groups with a set beginning and ending date so that participants can get to know each other and feel more comfortable sharing their feelings during the group sessions. Each new group will last approximately 10 weeks. The next session in Dade City is May 14 to July 16 at 4 p.m., at Gulfsides East Clinical Office and Bereavement Center, 37826 Sky Ridge Circle. For information, call (800) 561-4883.Tools to QuitFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills Wellness Center, 7050 Gall Blvd., will offer the Tools to Quit Tobacco Cessation Program May 15 at 5 p.m. Registration is required. For information, call (813) 929-1000. Community Health FairFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills, C1 Bank, and Elks USA will host their Community Health Fair June 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Elks Lodge 2731, Wire Road in Zephyrhills. The event will feature free health screenings, health and wellness education, door prizes, and a low-cost lunch.Fashion show fundraiserThe Alzheimers Family Organization will host its annual Albertas Fashion Show at Heritage Springs Country Club, 11345 Robert Trent Jones Parkway in Trinity, June 17 at noon. The event includes lunch, a Chinese auction, door prizes, vendor tables and raffles. Cost is $30 per person. Purchase of a table of 10 and only pay for nine tickets. Sponsorships are available starting at $75. All proceeds benefit the Alzheimers Family Organization. For information, visit bit.ly/N3bHU0.CARES programsCARES Enrichment Center, 13906 Fifth St., in Dade City, offers these activities: Adult Day Care: Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Participants receive breakfast, lunch and a snack, along with organized activities. The program provides social and health services to adults who need supervision in a safe place outside the home. Reservations are required, and veterans are accepted. For costs and available funding, call (352) 519-9300. Senior Moments Early Memory Loss Program: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For reservations or information, call (352) 518-9300.Hospital needs volunteersFlorida Hospital Zephyrhills is looking for volunteers to help with a variety of tasks including transporting patients to and from tests, driving the shuttle, distributing mail, cafeteria, clerical and administrative, and more. Volunteers must be at least 14 years old. There is a minimum requirement of four volunteer hours per week. Volunteers receive a complimentary meal. Orientation sessions are twice a month. If interested, applications are available online at FloridaHospital.com/Zephyrhills, or by calling (813) 779-6256.

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Drumm to move his family to Zephyrhills in the first place, where he spent $185,000 on a home in Silver Oaks. That was despite still owning a house he bought for $135,000 at the height of the housing boom in 2005 in his former town of High Springs. I came here with a commitment, Drumm told reporters after a special council meeting last week. I wanted to do a good job, and apparently I did. The issues are not very clear, and Im just surprised. What Im getting is, We dont want to terminate you. We just dont want to renew you. During that same meeting, called to negotiate a severance package for Drumm, only Councilman Kenneth Compton seemed willing to stand up for the embattled city manager. And that had obviously become an unpopular position, especially after Compton watched the one other council member who agreed with him, Jodi Wilkeson, lose re-election, most likely because of her support of Drumm. Wilkeson quietly supported Comptons efforts last week, except this time from the audience instead of the dais. We are looking at numbers, and to me, the numbers should reflect what has happened over the tenure of the city manager, Compton said. When the city manager walked in here, he walked into a million-dollar shortfall in the budget, and within a matter of months, he turned it into a surplus.The city at the time was looking at layoffs to make up the budget shortfall in 2011, but instead Drumm filled the citys contingency funds, not to the $300,000 or $500,000 it once contained, but instead to $1.5 million and kept it there. This is a separation, and its not a happy thing, Compton said. Something didnt work out, but my suggestion is the numbers be looked at.Alan Knight, the former high school football coach and educator who beat Wilkeson for his council seat, wasnt focused on numbers. Instead, it was the three-year contract Drumm signed in 2011 set to expire May 18.Looking back at my experience, when I was a school principal and given a two-year contract, that was it, he said. If I didnt get renewed, I didnt get all these other things. Those things Drumm asked for included 20 weeks of severance pay, money for nearly 400 hours of comp time hours worked above and beyond a standard work week without any pay and for the city to continue paying premiums on the health insurance for an additional five months. The council balked on the 20 weeks of severance last week, offering just 13 instead. Yet, 20 weeks is a standard for city and county managers, the maximum set by state law, said Lynn Tipton, executive director of the Florida City and County Management Association, the states professional organization for municipal managers like Drumm. It is recommended in light of the many costs a manager incurs in transition, she said. In best-case scenarios, the hiring process for a city manager from the time an ad is placed for the job to signing the contract is four months. But that can sometimes go six months or even longer. However, this is greatly complicated by election cycles, Tipton said, adding that some municipalities might just hire an interim until after the next election. Drumm said he would likely seek unemployment insurance, but $275 a week is a far cry from $1,730 weekly. But he could have other income opportunities as well while he waits to find a new city manager job. Some managers are fortunate to find interim work, teaching and consulting while they await the next management position, Tipton said. Others take part-time work where available. The severance package proposed by the council last week would cost the city $54,000, but only a portion of that would actually represent cash in Drumms pocket. The rest are taxes and other costs the city would have to pay to part ways with him. Drumm was expected to step down from his position April 25 if he agreed to the lower separation terms offered by the city. However, by the end of the day Friday, he was still employed by Zephyrhills, and any developments this week occurred after The Laker went to press. The council approved the revised severance package 4-1, with Compton voting no. Just before the vote, Drumm did suggest that the lower payout may not be enough of an incentive for him to sign any agreement not to sue the city over the debacle, but the council voted their package in anyway.www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 20148 DRUMM, from page 1 knees in the water at 50 to 60 mph. I bounced out of the pond and landed on my head, breaking my neck. Luckily Hayes wasnt paralyzed, but his swooping days are over. Since then, canopy piloting has grown from a hobby to a highskilled sport where only divers with hundreds if not thousands of jumps to their name can even think about competing in. Its basically the NASCAR of skydiving. There is definitely a lot less margin for error, so people who are competing in this event are extremely experienced and have trained specifically for this, said Nancy Koreen, director of sport promotion for the U.S. Parachute Association, based in Fredericksburg, Va. Last years national champion, Curt Bartholomew, has been in town already getting set for the national meet. And even someone at his skill level has to work through bumps and bruises. He was wearing a knee brace and an ankle brace, and was using ice packs between jumps, Hayes said. They are true athletes, and they go through a regimen of training and physical fitness, because you really have to be at the top of your game to compete. Zephyrhills has successfully bid for the event the last two years, and the warm reception of the near 70 jumpers last year, along with a solid drop zone complete with a pond, has made Skydive City a premier place for the event. But getting spectators to come out, however, has not been so easy, and Hayes has made some changes for this years championship he hopes will be much friendlier for those who want to see the swoopers compete. We didnt get the word out much last year, and its happening during the week, so I know that might affect those numbers even more, Hayes said. We didnt have a budget last year, but we were able to get a small one this year. So well have new features, like a color commentator on a sound system, to let people know whats happening. This should make it a little more exciting, because last year I think too many people were in the dark on whats happening. The event is free for spectators, who will get to see bursts of action as multiple swoopers jump from a plane at once. Canopy piloting, Hayes said, is probably the closest skydiving will ever get to a spectator sport. And its helped Zephyrhills not only reach the national stage, but the global one. Skydive City will be the site of the world championships of canopy piloting in November the first time the United States has ever hosted it and that could draw more than 120 jumpers and their entourages from all over the planet. Were becoming experts in hosting these things, and I hope we can build a market for canopy piloting right here, Hayes said. Its just a cool thing, which you dont even realize until you come out and see it for yourself. WHAT: U.S. Parachute Association National Skydiving Championships of Canopy PilotingWHEN: May 22-24WHERE: Skydive City, 4241 Sky Dive Lane, ZephyrhillsCOST: Free for spectatorsINFO: SkydiveCity.com. SKYDIVING, from page 1 its 60 years after their father graduated from what was then Saint Leo Prep School. My parents were committed, Petters said. They were committed to the farm and their business and to their acquaintances and all that, but the one thing that they held out there more than anything else was education. Petters grandfather said each person should strive to learn something new every day. That prompted a daily question from his own father, asking what hed learned. If you said nothing, that wasnt a good answer, Petters said. It didnt matter to my parents whether it was classroom training or not. It was learning, and it wasnt just words to them. They went the extra mile to make sure they could afford to send us to schools. Yet, good schools cost money, something the Petters didnt necessarily have a lot of. So Mike Petters and his siblings would work their way through school, and even paused long enough to serve their country in the military. Petters would end up on the USS George Bancroft, a nuclear-powered submarine in the 1980s. And sister Susan Davidson would make her career in the military. Davidson received her commission in 1983, but didnt begin active duty until 1986 after a short delay when she had to help replant the family orange grove that was damaged in a hard freeze. Davidson served in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm in the 1990s, and later in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Two years ago, she assumed command of Defense Logistics Agency Distribution. But they are not the only Petters children who have found success. The whole gang has been successful, Petters said. We even have a rocket scientist and a helicopter pilot in there. And theyve all been successful because they have taken this never-stop-learning approach, and made it the drumbeat of their lives. Commencement ceremonies are set for May 3, honoring the portion of Saint Leos 16,000-student body who have finished this level of their education. However, if graduates walk away from anything after Petters remarks, he hopes that its with the understanding that education never ends. Where youre from is an asset, Petters said. Everything you have done up to today prepares you for what youre going to be doing tomorrow.SAINT LEO, from page 1 Cairo Court 97 installs officersCairo Court 97 of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America installed officers March 14 at the Masonic Lodge in Zephyrhills. The courts of the Ladies Oriental Shrine of North America provide financial support and assistance to the Shriners Hospitals for Children through community betterment, sewing projects, fundraising and special projects. Court members are, in front from left, Virginia Hale, Patricia Thompson, MaryAnn Campbell, M.J. Price, Janet Monroe, High Priestess Carol Miller, Mary Ann Drake, Sylvia Kallgren, Ruth Whidden, Vera Simpson, Mary Smith, Maryel Kellogg, Gayle Johnston and Isabelle Collins. In back, Ruby Agnir, Ada Oldenburg, Janet Coates, Rose Burdin, Martha Lavender, Catherine Parker, Linda Wilson, Nancy LeBel, Lela McLeod, Fran Crum, Harriett Zambito, Carolyn Mayer, Ruth Donaldson and Linda Sumner. COURTESY OF CHRIS OXLEYHuntington Ingalls Industries president and chief executive C. Michael Petters, right, shakes hands with employee Timothy Madden at the yard at Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia. Petters hails from Pasco County, and he and sister Susan Davidson will speak May 3 at Saint Leo University commencement ceremonies. COURTESY OF MARCUS PRICE

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PLEASE CONTACTUS IF YOUR COMMUNITY WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ARECYCLING BIN! www.LakerLutzNews.com Apri l 30, 20149 B y B .C. M ani onbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comTheres no doubt about it. Language arts teacher Aimee Nadow is tech-savvy. On any given day, the Academy at the Lakes teacher uses technology to help her students enhance their reading, writing and creativity. On one day, for instance, shell set them loose on AutoCAD computer design software to create the balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet. On another day, students use PicMonkey photo editor to design book covers for the manuscripts theyre writing. Theyre also frequent users of Pinterest to digitally pin up work that theyve done, and they know how to edit digital clips. Harnessing technical tools in her classes is all in a days work for Nadow, whose mother was a childrens librarian, and her father ahead of the crowd when it came to technology. Nadow has a deep appreciation for the power of language, and a clear understanding of how traditional and modern tools can enliven lessons. She sees the value of being able to skim information, but also knows the importance of being able to delve deeply into subjects to gain knowledge. The independent private school where she teaches has long understood the quality of Nadows teaching skills, middle division director John Pitcairn said. And, Academy at the Lakes is delighted that Nadow has received national recognition. The middle division teacher recently was named a 2014 PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator. Its a distinction bestowed to just 100 educators nationwide. As a member of that select group, the Land O Lakes woman will take part in a yearlong professional development program.She is excited by the prospect of being able to learn from other educators who share her enthusiasm for using technical tools to enliven instruction. During a recent class, Nadow used a giant touchscreen television to display images and to foster discussion regarding a Holocaust art project the students will create.They have been assigned to demonstrate their understanding of the book, Night, by Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor. Theyll show the teacher what the book means through an art project of their choosing, and theyll describe their artistic intentions in accompanying text. Besides preparing students for that assignment, Nadow also guided them through software called ETS Criterion that analyzes writing to identify grammatical and sentence structure issues that should be addressed. As students navigated through the program, Nadow moved about the classroom, responding to their questions and helping them stay on track. She offered extra help outside of class, if anyone needed it. Nadow clearly is in command of her technical skills, but she also has an obvious rapport with students. She said she has a secret weapon: Its called respect. On the first day of classes she tells her middle division students that she will treat them as adults, unless they behave as children in which case, theyll face the consequences. I try to afford them as much dignity as possible, because I remember situations when I was in middle school and I would see a student that would be treated unfairly, or would be embarrassed in front of the classroom, Nadow said. That is absolutely not the way to teach. You lose so much time if youre focused on classroom management, rather than learning. Seventh and eighth grade is my perfect fit, she said. I really enjoy their (students) sense of humor, their creativity, their willingness. Nadow also appreciates their trust, and believes in using a personal touch with her students. As they file into her classroom, she greets each student by name and shakes each hand. As the kids make their way to their places, theres a low-level rumble as they chat. The teacher uses a simple routine to settle them down. She counts 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and by the time she finishes, students are focused on her. Its easy to see that Nadow strives to create an environment where students are engaged and want to learn. When she poses questions, they are eager to respond and share their ideas. While she obviously is technically competent, Nadow also possesses other important skills that equip her to be effective, Pitcairn said. Its her enthusiasm, her positivity, her joy, her human qualities that are a critical part of making her the very valuable teacher that she is today, Pitcairn said. Posters in her classroom reveal that Nadow has high standards, but a kind heart. One sets out the class rules. Of course, it has such things as Always tell the truth. Work hard. Listen to your parents. Keep your promises. But it also includes these instructions: Laugh out loud. Be grateful. Use kind words. Try new things. Dream big. Another poster offers this message from Ralph Waldo Emerson: Be silly. Be honest. Be kind. Finally, a sign above the classroom door proclaims Carpe diem, or seize the day. That seems to be Nadows motto, and one she wants to pass along to her students. B.C. MANION/STAFF PHOTOA imee Nadow explai n s how to u s e a s oftware program that analyze s wri t i ng to i denti fy issues Teacher uses technology to open new worlds of learning

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The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportTheres no up-selling this time around when people visit the Pasco County Tax Collectors office. Mike Fasano is encouraging everyone who renews their auto tags and registration to only renew for one year, and ignore the option to pay two years at once. Otherwise, those looking to pay ahead could pay much more than those who take it year-by-year. It is imperative that those who decide to renew their auto registration between now and the end of August strongly consider not renewing for two years, Fasano said in a release. If you do, you will not be eligible to receive the benefits those who renew for one year starting Sept. 1 will receive.Fasano is referring to a bill currently awaiting Gov. Rick Scotts signature that would reduce auto tag fees beginning Sept. 1. The move reverses a budget emergency measure that had significantly raised fees in 2009 to help compensate for budget shortfalls.The reduction proposal was announced by Scott last December, and would create an average annual savings of $25, according to his office. However, one thing the bill does not do is provide any refunds to the more than 750,000 motor vehicle owners statewide who renew their tags in two-year increments, Fasano said. The Florida Legislature has excluded the hundreds of thousands of people statewide who have, thus far, renewed for two years, he said. That number will only grow daily unless we can help Florida vehicle owners understand how much money they will lose once this bill becomes law.www.LakerLutzNews.com April 30, 201410 Renew auto tags for one year only, tax collector saysSupport The Troops Needs Your Help . POSTAGE IS NEEDED!for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? I Want To Help Support The Troops$10 Donation $25 Donation !Mail to:Support The Troops P.O. Box 7560 We sley Chapel, FL 33545Please make checks payable to Support The Troops, Inc.$50 Donation $100 Donation General Dermatology Skin Cancer and Mohs Surgery Cosmetic Botox, Fillers & Fat Transfer813-406-4835Aparna Ambay, M.D., FAAD Board Certi ed Dermatologistwww.360DermatologyTampa.comAccepting Medicare & Most Insurances 27716 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel, FL 33544By B.C. Manionbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comPasco County Schools is teaming up with the Florida Department of Health to provide free Tdap vaccinations to current sixth graders at the countys middle schools on May 22. Students entering seventh grade in Florida must provide proof of the Tdap vaccination which stands for tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis before they will be allowed to start school, according to state health officials. Parents must sign a permission form before their child can be vaccinated, and must be submitted to the school their child attends by May 1. The vaccinations are required because tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis can be very serious diseases, according to a fact sheet prepared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Tdap vaccine can provide protection. Tetanus also is known as lockjaw. It causes painful muscle tightening and stiffness, typically all over the body. It can lead to tightening of muscles in the head and neck, and make it difficult or impossible for someone to open his or her mouth, to swallow, or even to breathe. It is fatal for about one in five people who are infected, according to the CDC. Diphtheria can cause a thick coating to form in the back of the throat. It can lead to breathing problems, paralysis, heart failure and death. Pertussis also is known as whooping cough. It causes severe coughing spells, which can cause difficulty breathing, vomiting and sleep disruptions. It can lead to weight loss, incontinence and rib fractures. As many as two in 100 adolescents and five in 100 adults are hospitalized or have complications, which could include pneumonia or death. Diphtheria and pertussis are spread from person to person through coughing or sneezing, according to the CDC. Tetanus enters the body through cuts, scratches or wounds. Before vaccines, there were as many as 200,000 cases of diphtheria and pertussis a year, and hundreds of cases of tetanus. Since vaccination began, tetanus and diphtheria have dropped by about 99 percent, and pertussis by about 80 percent, the CDC said. The health department has scheduled when the vaccinations will be given at each of the districts middle schools. For additional information, call the health department at (727) 861-5250, at either ext. 268 or ext. 224, or the school districts health services office at (727) 774-2360, (813) 794-2360, or (352) 524-2360. May 22 vaccination schedule Long Middle School: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rushe Middle School: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Stewart Middle School: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Centennial Middle School: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Weightman Middle School: Noon to 2 p.m. Pasco Middle School: 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Pine View Middle School: 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.Free vaccinations for sixth graders U.S. Army Pvt. Blake M. Fetzer has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood in Waynesville, Mo. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship qualification, bayonet combat, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, marches, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army history, traditions, and core values.Fetzer is a 2013 graduate of Zephyrhills High School, and the son of Deanna Fetzer of Zephyrhills and Troy Fetzer of Palm Harbor. MILITARY Fetzer completes basic training Check out our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LakerLutzNewsYoull find stories, things to do, specials, community photos and more.

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Congratulate Our High School SeniorsIn Our Graduation Edition! CALL US TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR AD 813.909.2800Publishing May 28 We print the names of every graduating high school senior in these eight schools! Lutz News: Steinbrenner and Freedom The Laker: Land O Lakes: Sunlake and Land O Lakes The Laker: Wesley Chapel: Wiregrass and Wesley Chapel The Laker: Zephyrhills/Dade City: Zephyrhills and PascoThis is the first time most teens will see their name in print. This annual pull-out section is shared and saved by family, friends and neighbors all potential customers of your business.Why advertise?High readership and long shelf life Great PR Shows customers your commitment to the community. One time buy. No contract. Discounted prices. Tell customers whats new about your business. Give them a reason to call or stop by.www.lakerlutznews.comwww.facebook.com/lakerlutznewsAttention Parents!YOU CHOOSE YOUR WORDS AND PHOTO(S) AND WE DROP IT INTO OUR PRE-DESIGNED TEMPLATE.1/12 page ad includes: 1 photo, school name and 30-35 words 1/6 page ad includes: 3 photos, school name & logo and 40-50 wordsPlease make sure photos are the same vertical sizes as photos pictured above. Ads will publish in the May 28th edition of the TheLaker or Lutz NewsNOT ACTUAL SIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 2.5NOT ACTUAL SIZE Actual size is 4.875 x 5Call 813.909.2800TO PLACE YOUR CHILDS AD TODAY! The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS CongratulationsKAYLA CLASS OF 2012I am so very proud of all you have accomplished and the wonderful young lady you have become. I wish you the very best in life and know you will find success in all you do.I love you tons, Mom ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL Congratulations AARON Class of 2012Pepin AcademyYou made your dream come true, as we knew you would! Congratulations on being accepted at St. Leo University. We couldnt be prouder of you as our son and brother.Love, Mom, Dad & AngelinaAaron Williamson Pepin AcademyJoin us as we celebrate the 2014 Graduating SeniorsCongratulate your child on his or her accomplishment with an ad in The Laker or Lutz News2 SIZES/LAYOUTS TO CHOOSE FROM1/12 page = $59 1/6 page = $99www .LakerLutzNews.com Apri l 30, 201411 Youth ministry uses puppets to spread gospel message By B.C. Mani onbcmanion@lakerlutznews.comThe music is cranked and the kids are clapping, jumping and gliding around in a second-floor room in the education building at Van Dyke Church in Lutz. They are waving flags, raving poi balls and making dance moves, as they practice a routine for a future performance. The middle and high school youths are part of a group called PfC, which stands for Puppets for Christ. If the name implies some kind of sedate puppet presentation laced with staid Bible lessons, think again.This group has a groove on, and the kids are using music and props they created to help share a gospel message through performances that both they and their audiences enjoy.Normally, they perform under black lights, wearing black costumes with mesh or cloth hoods that cover their faces. They use neon puppets, signs and other props to get across their message. The ministry has won a fair number of awards at competitions, and recently was one of the ministries showcased at the 2014 Real Ideas Conference at Van Dyke Church, which attracted about 650 people from 177 churches to learn practical ways to enliven their churches.At the recent practice, PfC volunteer director Becky Bonanno recalled that the ministry began about 15 years ago, with two little green puppets that came in a curriculum kit, when she used to teach childrens church.She and her husband used the puppets in the ministry, and their son Nick later asked if he could put together a puppet team. Initially, it was intended to just put on puppet shows at the church. But PfC kept growing and has evolved into an ongoing ministry that now has 21 members, from various middle schools and high schools. Beyond performing locally, the group hits the road once a year on a tour, where they perform primarily at other churches in the Southeast, said Sandy Graves, the other co-director. They perform in such places as Atlanta, Savannah, Charleston and Jacksonville, but theyve also been as far away as Chicago and Washington, D.C. They also perform locally, generally for vacation Bible schools, inner-city ministries, childrens homes, domestic abuse shelters and other churches. The troupe meets for an hour and a half weekly, gathering on Wednesday nights to work on routines and plan out future performances. Sometimes they have prop parties. Theres a storage room at the church that is chock full of puppets of all shapes and sizes. There are huge elephant puppets and strap-on flamingo puppets. There are all sorts of neon signs and decorations. Its so much fun, Bonanno said, noting she had no idea the direction that PfC would take when it began. There are stories of parents who did not come to church, but began attending after bringing their children to a puppet show, Bonanno said. There are stories of kids who were on the puppet team that wound up getting married when they became adults. Many of PfCs members are siblings of former members or were invited by friends to give it a try. My brother was in it, and I started watching it when I was in third grade, said Cody Coates, 17, who was so eager to join he persuaded Bonanno to let him join in sixth grade. Its a blast, said the Steinbrenner High School student said. This is the only thing Ill cancel my friends for. Ive missed birthday parties. I like that I can be a Christian while still having fun. Youre spreading Gods word, Coates added. If the audience hasnt heard of them, theyre in for a surprise, he said. No one expects to see a fun, black-light puppet show, Coates said. Emily Keleher, another PfC member, was surprised the first time she saw a show. I thought it was going to be a little puppet show, and then I saw it, the Martinez Middle School student said. She enjoys performing, but she thinks the best part of being involved is hanging out with other members of the group. Jerry Grimes, 13, who is new to the group this year, said he wanted to join after seeing a performance when he was young. I would come to these puppet shows, and I was like, Oh, wow, thats really fun. Now, Im doing it, said the Walker Middle Magnet School student. He gets a kick out of watching children react. Its been very fun, just to see the smiles on kids. As they run through their routines at practice, the kids are clearly enjoying themselves. They seem to have an easy rapport with Bonanno and Graves. As they talk about their upcoming tour, for instance, one kid tosses out an idea: We could do a flash mob on the metro, he said. Its an idea, Bonanno said, thats worth considering. COURTESY OF SANDY GRAVESThe m e m ber s of the 2013 Puppet s for Chr ist touri ng team are, i n front, kneeli ng from left, Mad ison Welch, Pre s ton Keleher, Allison Ts ay, Je ssica Grime s Alex Wh i tti ngton. Standi ng i n back, Sarah Brennan, Sandy Graves Zoe Wallace, A.J. Collado, Cody Coate s Meaghan Heveran, Conner Berg, Jael i n Bri gner, Becky Bonanno, Li nds ey Proulx, Jordan Re i neke, Sarah Lucker.

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Reynolds has joined CES Synergies Inc., as its new business development manager for the Florida panhandle and Gulf Coast states. Reynolds has nearly 30 years experience focusing on the construction industry, with a concentration in industrial and commercial jobs, including demolition and remediation projects. CES Synergies and its subsidiary, Cross Environmental Services Inc., is an environmental, demolition and remediation services company located in Crystal Springs, right outside Zephyrhills.RIBBON CUTTING FOR DADE CITY LAW OFFICESThe Greater Dade City Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting May 1 at 5:30 p.m., at the Law Offices of Matthew J. Jowanna, 14220 Eighth St., Suite 100, in Dade City. To RSVP, email Jo Uber at juber@dadecitychamber.org, or call (352) 567-3769.BREAKFAST AND MEETINGS AT ZEPHYRHILLS CHAMBERUpcoming events with the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce include a chamber business breakfast May 1 sponsored by Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. Randy Surber, president and chief executive of the hospital, will speak at Golden Corral, 6855 Gall Blvd., in Zephyrhills, with the event beginning at 7 a.m. Cost is $7 for members. The chambers steering committee meets April 30 at 11:30 a.m., at the chamber office, 38550 Fifth Ave., in Zephyrhills. CONFERENCE FOR NEW BUSINESSESThe Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host a workshop focused on financial considerations for new businesses May 8 at 5:30 p.m., at 5300 Eagleston Blvd., in Wesley Chapel. The seminar, hosted by the Hispanic Business Initiative Fund, presents basic information and successful strategies to start a business. It includes licensing, state regulations, financing options and business development. To register, call (813) 9802765, or visit HBIFFlorida.org. TAX COLLECTOR UPDATING SOFTWAREThe Pasco County Tax Collectors office has hired Grant Street Group to update its tax collection software. It includes a fullservice e-payment processing service for credit cards, debit cards and e-checks. Pasco County will become the 19th Florida county to use the new system, TaxSys, since it was launched in 2006. The data conversion component of the project will take place this year, with full implementation set for next January. Its expected to be completed in September 2015.ACHIEVA OPENS IN LAND O LAKESAchieva Credit Union has opened a new branch at 2115 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes. Its the second branch in Pasco County, and 17th overall for the credit union. It will staff six people, with Jennifer Capo serving as branch manager. The branch offers freestanding teller pods, which eliminates lines and brings tellers out from behind the glass to interact face-to-face with members. Gary Regoli, president and chief executive of Achieva, said in a statement that Land O Lakes is a good match for his company. We understand the growth taking place throughout Pasco County, and welcome the opportunity to bring the Achieva banking experience to this burgeoning community, he said. The location will host a ribbon cutting May 2 at 8:30 a.m., with the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. Saint Leo University has launched a new Communication-MarketingMultimedia Industry Advisory Council, with Summer Martin from the Pasco Economic Development Council, elected as chairwoman. The councils mission is to serve as an advisory body, working collaboratively with the instructional faculty and students by providing ideas and opinions on matters concerning the industry, and to help advance the departments strategic plan. Talent is always No. 1 on a companys wish list when choosing a location for its business, said Martin, in a release. This is a great opportunity for industry professionals to weigh in on the skills they would like to see future graduates have as it relates to their business and the field of marketing, communication and multimedia.Martin joined the PEDC in 2012, and has since helped the organization win four awards recognizing its marketing efforts. She also serves on the Tampa Bay Partnerships Regional Marketing Council, and in 2012, participated as a member of the Communications Action Group for the Tampa Bay Host Committee. Saint Leo University is preparing students for future jobs, and we want to stay on the cutting edge, said Michael Nastanski, dean of Saint Leos Donald R. Tapia School of Business, in a release. We look forward to working with industry professionals to develop the Tampa Bay regions talent.Martin to lead Saint Leo advisory council

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And if spent the right way, leaders from the independent Pasco Economic Development Council say the impact of those funds could be tremendous, bringing new commercial parks and maybe even a convention center to Pasco County. It should create jobs and it should grow the economy, PEDC president and chief executive John Hagen recently told Pasco County commissioners during a workshop. If it doesnt do that, then its not economic development. That means attracting businesses that actually bring money into the community. Of course, $4.5 million each year might not be the best way to accomplish that goal, Hagen said. But $36 million all up front? That can go a long way. We think its important to use leverage, he said. Wed rather get some of that revenue upfront now, so that we can get more of an impact over the 10-year period, rather than wait. We need jobs and we need economic development now. That could mean borrowing up to 80 percent of the projected revenue over the next 10 years, and using revenue from those projects or simply funds from Penny for Pasco itself to pay it back. If commissioners were to take that route, the county could take the lead in attracting new businesses to Pasco, instead of losing them to neighbors like Hillsborough and Pinellas counties. That starts with a business park project, assembling land together somewhere in the county and earmarking all of it for commercial use. It continues with speculation building helping developers construct commercial space in hopes it will attract tenants once completed. And it would be topped off with a convention center, possibly built in conjunction with a hotel, that could provide even more reasons to bring people into Pasco County. We have a very pressing need to develop some real estate product, and by that I dont mean residential, Hagen said. I mean office and industrial flex space, something we need to put a significant amount of money into because were experiencing the loss of opportunities right now because we dont have the product to offer potential relocations. Commissioners appeared receptive to the concepts, and even saw it as a chance to jump ahead of its neighbors. I think Pinellas Countys whole economic development budget is $1.2 million, and weve got such an advantage with this penny, Commissioner Kathryn Starkey said. I am excited. I like the idea of planning ahead like this so that we know where we need to go. Although borrowing to support economic development projects would increase the countys current debt, Hagen said it could actually save Pasco money in the long run. Construction costs will undoubtedly go up between now and 2025, and if interest rates rise, it will cost more just to borrow in the future compared to today.Having the right plan and the money to implement it has the potential to put Pasco on the map, county planning and development administrator Richard Gehring said. Places like Triangle Park in North Carolina were created from strong planning and the funding to make it happen. Nothing is stopping Pasco from looking to reach similar heights.There is not an upper limit for what we could shoot for, he said. The potential for the access and land position is tremendous. FILE PHOTOCommercial building has ramped up in Pasco County, especially in the Lutz area at ComPark. Gov. Rick Scott, left, joined developers Larry Morgan and Ross Kirk during a recent groundbreaking last February. County officials may use Penny for Pasco to stimulate more. Pasco wants to turn pennies into jobs Penny for Pasco by the numbersAlthough its numbers are meant to show examples, this is how the Pasco Economic Development Council says it can spend part of Penny for Pasco revenues.$7.5 millionAdded to an existing $2.5 million fund used as an incentive to bring large employers to Pasco County.$20.6 millionAssembling land and promoting speculation building through the development of a business park. Also, construction of a convention center. $12.7 millionEarmarked for business loans, business investment fund and business incubation.$3.7 millionMarketing and branding campaign to promote what Pasco County has to offer.$500,000Workforce training, enhancing more than $4.5 million from state and federal sources.

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