Laker (Zephyrhills edition)

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Laker (Zephyrhills edition)
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Community News Publications
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Lutz, FL
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September 22, 2010
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2010

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United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Zephyrhills
United States -- Florida -- Pasco -- Dade City
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28.237222 x -82.179444 ( Place of Publication )

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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OCTOBER 1, 2014 LAKERLUTZNEWS.COM The L AKER EAST PASCO EDITION The L AKER Free Orthopedic care that's close. So you can go far. To help you get back to your active life, we provide services ranging from general orthopedic care and sports medicine to minimally invasive hip, knee and shoulder replacements. To nd an orthopedic surgeon, call 877-DOC-5321 (362-5321) or visit BayfrontDadeCity.com. Bayfront Health Dade City is directly or indirectly owned by a partnership that proudly includes physician owners, including certain members of the hospital's medical sta!. 13100 Fort King Road 813-782-5395 Zephyrhills www.GardnerAudiology.com Breakthrough Hearing Aid = Better Hearing in Noise! Free fittings, exams and follow up care in exchange for your opinion of a new invention. Hearing Aid Study Participants Sought EARZ EARZ TM TM TM LEND YOUR By Michael Murillo mmurillo@lakerlutznews.com When Taylor Sanders was born, she had a stroke. Diagnosed with monoplegic infantile cerebral palsy, doctors told Taylor's parents that she couldn't walk, she couldn't do things her peers could do and she couldn't live a normal life. So her parents gave up. Specifically, they gave up on words like "couldn't." "We had a No. 1 rule. The C' word was not allowed in our house, and that's can't' or cannot,'" said Taylor's mother, Vanessa Sanders. Now, 15 years later, the focus is on all the things Taylor can do. She can walk. She can make friends and fit right in at Zephyrhills High School. And, like many students, she can be an athlete, too. Taylor is in her second season on the school's swim team. And before anyone even thought about giving her special treatment when she joined, her mother eliminated that possibility on the first day. "I went to coach (Karen Cooley) the very first day of practice, and I told her what she has," Sanders said. "I said that there isn't anything that she cannot do. Anything that you request the team do, I ask you to request that Taylor do the same." Cooley accepted those terms happily, and ended up with a productive, contributing team member. "She's an awesome member of the team," Cooley said. "She's a leader. She likes to be involved and she's very creative." Taylor is supportive of her teammates, and is good at taking direction and working hard to get better, Cooley said. As a result, her technique, form and times have improved since she joined the team. Being on the team allows Taylor to challenge herself and others while doing something she enjoys in a supportive group setting. "I've always loved swimming since I was little," Taylor said. "And I have a very competitive attitude, so competing while I'm doing something I love is just amazing." No challenge too tough for this swimmer MICHAEL MURILLO/STAFF PHOTO Sanders usually chooses the 50-meter freestyle when she competes for the Zephyrhills High School swim team. See SWIMMER, page6 Sheffield pitching Pasco County to the Atlanta Braves By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com The Atlanta Braves aren't making a trip to the postseason this year, but could they instead be planning a trip to Pasco County in a few years? Like for spring training? Gary Sheffield, the retired Major League Baseball star who hit 64 home runs when he played two seasons for the Braves more than a decade ago, believes his old team will come. And if not them, maybe the Houston Astros or Toronto Blue Jays both which have expressed interest in looking for new spring training homes instead. Regardless, the former outfielder says the proposed $70 million baseball complex planned on 100 acres in the Wiregrass Ranch area will be so attractive, it would be impossible for any Major League team to turn it down. MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO Major League Baseball star and Tampa native Gary Sheffield talks to some representatives of Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel after a recent meeting with the Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce. MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTOS Vonnie Mikkelsen, executive director of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce, checks out the new entryway into the chamber office on Fifth Avenue that was created by Divine Concrete Coatings. By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com As she read the long list of businesses and community leaders listed on a plaque in the main lobby of the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce, Vonnie Mikkelsen had to smile. "Many of these people are still around, and they're still thriving in the community," said Mikkelsen, the chamber's executive director. The plaque was erected nearly 15 years ago honoring those who helped move the chamber office from its small location on the railroad tracks on the corner of Fifth Avenue and Seventh Street, to its new home at 38550 Fifth Ave., which the chamber bought for $75,000. "Cliff McDuffie was the director back then, and this was his idea to make it happen," she said. "He did a capital campaign that involved so many people. And the first individuals who wrote a check were this year's community service award winners, John and Diana MacDiarmid." Mikkelsen wasn't here for that dedication back in 2000, but she will be on hand Oct. 1 when more than a month of renovation work is unveiled in the chamber's grand reopening and ribbon cutting. Just like they did in McDuffie's time, businesses and community leaders came together to make these much-needed changes happen. Kevin and Kyle Ryman at Ryman Construction oversaw the $50,000 worth of work, with Jodi Wilkeson's WDA Designs Inc., consulting on how the overall changes would look. K&K Glass stepped in and replaced the dated front door and window, while Pasco Stucco worked with a jackhammer for days to remove the old stone faade, and replace it with stucco. "Many of these guys came in and did it at no personal gain," Mikkelsen said. "That saved us a lot of money, and allowed us to get a lot of this done that we might not have been able to otherwise." Instead of a capital campaign, Mikkelsen and the chamber board was able to work out a loan with CenterState Bank, structured in a way that the organization can easily pay it back over time. "Maybe if we do a second phase, or a building expansion in the future, we might consider doing a campaign," she said. "Our See SHEFFIELD, page6 The new storefront for the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce on Fifth Avenue, has a fresh look, as well as a new sign provided by Skywatch Signs. Melonie Monson works the new front desk at the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce office, part of widespread renovations at the Fifth Avenue office. Ribbon cutting The ribbon cutting is scheduled for 5 p.m., on Oct.1 in front of the chamber office, 38550 Fifth Ave. Making it Happen Businesses providing help both paid and in-kind to the building renovation project at the Greater Zephyrhills. Chamber of Commerce included: CenterState Bank, construction loan Divine Concrete Coatings, entryway and emblem Imperial Painting & Wallpapering Contractors, display cabinet refinishing K&K Glass, front glass and doors Master Painting and Home Repairs, exterior paint Northstar Survey & Mapping, surveys Pasco Stucco, stucco siding and brick Ryman Construction, project management Sherwin-Williams, paint Skywatch Signs, sign design and build WDA Designs, renderings and design consultation Businesses create new beginnings at Zephyrhills chamber See BUSINESSES, page6 By Michael Hinman mhinman@lakerlutznews.com Carlos Lopez-Cantera is Florida's secondin-command behind Gov. Rick Scott, but there are still pockets of the state he has only heard about. That included Zephyrhills, until he finally found his way to the City of Pure Water last week in a campaign stop in front of the Conservative Club of East Pasco. And while he might talk about how the governor has kept is word to the point that "even Democrats can't deny it," Lopez-Cantera had almost nothing good to say about who Scott succeeded and is facing again in the November election: Charlie Crist. "When Gov. Scott took over, we had lost 830,000 jobs, and had an 11.1 percent unemployment rate," all from the Crist administration, Lopez-Cantera said. "Since then, we have added 640,000 jobs, and the unemployment rate is 6.3 percent." Yet while some might point out the entire nation was in an economic crisis during a good part of Crist's tenure as governor between 2007 and 2011, Lopez-Cantera accused the former governor of continuously abandoning his post when he was needed the most. "He didn't even want to be governor when he was governor," Lopez-Cantera said Lopez-Cantera pulls no punches against Crist MICHAEL HINMAN/STAFF PHOTO Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera gives a campaign stump speech to members of the Conservative Club of East Pasco during an appearance Sept. 22. See CRIST, page6

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Anniversary Hearing Event! BETTER HEARING, BETTER LIVING Zephyrhills Call Toll Free: 855.220.8717 A L I F E T I M E O F B E T T E R H E A R I N G F I R S T C L A S S C A R E W O R L D C L A S S T E C H N O L O G Y www.LakerLutzNews.com October 1, 2014 2 By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com For thousands of years before Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, books were printed and illustrated by hand a painstaking process often completed within the confines of monastery walls. The St. John's Bible, a modern version of that ancient practice commissioned by St. John's Abbey and University, depicts the first handwritten illuminated Bible of a monumental size commissioned by a Benedictine Monastery in more than 500 years. The original volumes are housed at the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library on the campus of St. John's Abbey and University in Collegeville, Minnesota. But 299 reproductions of the work have been made, and two volumes are on loan this year to Saint Leo University, Holy Name Monastery and Saint Leo Abbey. The illuminated volumes and other religious artworks were the focus of a discussion led by the Rev. Isaac Camacho, abbot of Saint Leo Abbey, which is a Benedictine community of monks in St. Leo. The abbot's talk, "The Art of Spirituality," covered not only the use of art to inspire spiritual understanding and growth, but also the artful pursuit of the spiritual life. "Who created me? What is there after life? What is God? How is God?" Camacho said. "God's beauty does not remain wrapped up in himself." Through his creation of the universe, the abbot added, "our God has already demonstrated that natural things are fundamentally good." Art is an expression of mankind's creative nature, he added. "Every single human being knows that there is something creative inside of us and art is an expression of that," Camacho said. "We cannot deny that art will lead us to try to understand that there is beauty beyond ourselves." He also believes that being artistic is an intrinsic part of being human. "If you say you are not an artist, you are lying to yourself," Camacho said. For some people, the art can be as simple as a stick figure. For others, it can be a poem. Pursuing that artistic expression, and using it to help express spiritual discovery, helps people feel more connected to their spiritual life, the abbot added. He encouraged people to feel free to mark up their Bibles with illustrations or other notations, to help make it truly their own. "Your spiritual journey will be nourished when you discover something beautiful," Camacho said. The St. John's Bible was completed by a team of calligraphers led by Donald Jackson, the calligrapher to Queen Elizabeth II. The calligraphers collaborated with 80 contemporary artists who illuminated the work. The volumes are made from traditional materials such as calfskin, ancient ink, gold and silver leaf. Calligraphers used quill pens, fashioned from goose, turkey and swan feathers. The reproductions on display at the university's library are two of the seven volumes of the Heritage Edition of the St. John's Bible a limited edition of full-size facsimile reproductions of the original work. The public is invited to see the sacred works of art, which are on display in the lobby of the Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library, on Saint Leo University's campus at 33701 State Road 52 in St. Leo. The two volumes that are on display include the first five books of the Old Testament and the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John from the New Testament. Pages of the text are turned on a regular basis to new illuminated passages in the volumes. Saint Leo abbot discusses the art of spirituality Reproductions of two volumes of the St. John's Bible are on display at Cannon Memorial Library at the University of Saint Leo this year to help celebrate the 125th anniversary of Saint Leo Abbey, Holy Name Monastery and the university. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY The Rev. Isaac Camacho recently gave a talk on The Art of Spirituality' at Saint Leo University, describing how artistic expression and beauty can play a role in one's spiritual life. By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com A federal grant will expand opportunities for Pasco County residents to access health care services offered through Premier Community HealthCare Group Inc, which has offices across the county. Premier was the only Pasco health care group in The Laker/Lutz News coverage area to receive one of the 48 federal grants awarded across Florida. The health care provider received a $258,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The money will be spent to hire a new pediatrician at Premier's New Port Richey Family Heath Center in Trinity, and a fulltime dental director at its Dade City Dental Center, 37944 Pasco Ave., Suite B, in Dade City. Premier has more than 2,500 patients in the Central Pasco area, accessing care at its locations in Dade City, Zephyrhills and West Pasco, said Cheryl Pollack, business development director for the health care provider. Premier is helping to implement the federal Affordable Care Act by providing care and linking individuals to coverage through outreach and enrollment in the health insurance marketplace. The health care group provides primary care, behavioral health and dental care at locations throughout Pasco County. It offers services for children and adults. Premier accepts Medicaid, Medicare, Kidcare and various insurance plans. It also serves people who are not insured, Pollack said. Their payment is determined on a sliding scale, based on income. "We are designed to meet the needs of the population that may not have health care coverage," Pollack said. Federal grant allows improved access to care

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JoinThePinkArmy.com. Get screened. Donate. Cindy Dade City, Survivor Since 2011 WE CAN DO IT! DECLARE WAR ON BREAST CANCER. The Florida Hospital Pink Army is a community initiative created to increase awareness about early detection and prevention of breast cancer. By joining the Pink Army, you can help spread this life-saving message to those you love. Enlist today at JoinThePinkArmy.com or call 855-808-PINK (7465). www.LakerLutzNews.com October 1, 2014 3 By B.C. Manion bcmanion@lakerlutznews.com When visitors drop by downtown Dade City, its stately historic courthouse, unique shops and good restaurants likely will impress them. But there's so much more to Dade City's story, and Madonna Jervis Wise has captured that through 200 photographs of the people and places in this city that initially was known as Fort Dade. Wise began working on the volume about a year ago. She'd done another book called "Zephyrhills" for Arcadia Publishing, and the South Carolina publisher approached her to see if she had an interest in writing a book about Dade City. Wise wasn't sure initially if she wanted to take it on. But her family encouraged her to pursue the opportunity, and Wise decided to meet with some local leaders to see if they'd like to have a book about their community published. John Moors, the executive director of the Dade City Chamber of Commerce, greeted the idea with enthusiasm and set up a meeting for Wise with the city's development director. She also met with the Dade City Preservation Advisory Board, which encouraged her to write the book and provided invaluable suggestions, she said. Wise said her husband Ernie played an instrumental role, too. The book includes photographs of everything from old railroad depots to stately homes, from ballet dancers to orange packers. It includes photographs of the sons and daughters of Dade City, who shaped the community and played an instrumental role in Pasco County and beyond. "Dade City is a rich historical hub," Wise said. "For many, many decades, this county was run by Pasco High graduates." The book showcases the community's diversity, covering the history of the AfricanAmerican community and its migrant farmworkers. Wise used information and photographs she gleaned from a multitude of sources. Jeff Miller of the West Pasco Historical Society provided about 3,000 photos for her to consider from his collection. She also used photos from the collections of Helen Eck Sparkman and of Oliver and Barbara DeWitt, who provided them to Eddie Herrmann, one of the authors of "The Historic Places of Pasco County." The Pasco County Genealogical Society and the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System's Genealogical Collection, as well as the librarians, were invaluable resources for the work as well, Wise said. She used photographs from The Memory Project, produced by the Florida government. The book's photographs convey the city's history through its people, residences, churches, social and civic clubs, and commerce. It points out that Pasco Packing, later known as Lykes Pasco, was the largest orange packing plant in the world, in the days before freezes, blight and development wiped out much of Florida's citrus industry. The photographs also show homes of early residents, with many of the structures still standing today. "My husband photographed many of the houses," Wise said, noting some of the photos had to be taken more than once, to be sure that alarm signs and air conditioners didn't show up in the frame. When they were out in the neighborhoods taking the photographs, people would approach them and ask what they were doing, Wise said. When she told them about the book, she said, "they would add other pieces to the story. It was great. It was just great." The actual work of culling photographs, writing captions and arranging the layout was a gargantuan task. But Wise enjoyed learning about Dade City's history and spending time with the people who helped on the project. Besides Herrmann, other primary sources included William G. Dayton and J. Thomas Touchton. "I probably talked to Eddie (Herrmann) nearly every day," Wise said. "And Bill is a real storyteller. He can give you the feel for the different eras. He knew a lot of the inside of what was going on." Touchton, a Dade City native and leader of the effort to establish The Tampa Bay History Center, also provided valuable insights, she said. Touchton has an international reputation for the collection of maps he's acquired, and has fond recollections of Dade City. "He told me the most fabulous stories about growing up there," she said. As she conducted her research, Wise was struck by the realization that Dade City remains a cohesive community, something that's not all that common in the 21st century. As people page through the volume, Wise hopes it will inspire them to learn more about Dade City. "The book is intended to be an invitation to learn more about Dade City and serve as an enticement to walk through Church Avenue, visit the historic courthouse, dine in a vintage cafŽ, or visit the Pioneer Florida Museum and Village," Wise writes in the acknowledgements section of the book. "History must be shared to pass it on to the next generation." PHOTOS COURTESY OF MADONNA JERVIS WISE The Berry & Griffin Drug Store was at the corner of Meridian Avenue and Eighth Street in Dade City. The men in this photograph include Nathan C. Berry, who is leaning against the post; and to his left, Henry Clay Griffin. Others believed to be in the photograph are Col. Jefferson A. Hendley and Capt. John B. Johnston. Book captures Dade City's history through photographs The Cochranes' house, at the southeast corner of 14th Street and Howard Avenue, was built during the 1890s. Malcolm Cochrane and his wife, Minnie, operated the Osceola Hotel. If you go WHAT: Author Madonna Jervis Wise will offer some remarks regarding her new book, Images of America, Dade City' WHERE: Historic Pasco County Courthouse, 37918 Meridian Ave., Dade City WHEN: Oct. 4, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. DETAILS: Other speakers at the event will include Pasco County commissioner Pat Mulieri, Dade City councilman Scott Black, Trilby historian Angelo Liranzo, and J. Thomas Touchton, founding board member of the Tampa Bay History Center Downtown Dade City, during the 1940s, was a thriving hub of activity.

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ZEPHYR SQUADRON MEETINGS The Zephyr Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol meets Tuesdays at 7 p.m., at the Zephyrhills Museum of Military History, 39444 South Ave., in Zephyrhills. Cadets have a chance to learn to lead, volunteer within the community, camp, exercise, practice public speaking and learn to fly. The squadron will host free aviation workshops for children ages 7 to 11. For information, call Sybrian Castleman at (813) 434-3112, or email sybrian.zephyrcap@gmail.com. ORPHAN CHRISTMAS PARTY NEEDS SPONSORS CenterState Bank Dade City is looking for sponsors for its annual Christmas celebration in December for the teenage orphans from Florida Baptist Children's Home. The party is for 25 to 30 kids who need shoes, clothes and gift items. For sponsorship information, call Bonnie Krummen at (352) 521-0715. NEW MARKET PLACE IN DADE CITY The Market Place in Dade City, sponsored by the Dade City Youth Council, will be open the first Saturday of the month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market will be at Hibiscus Park, at Seventh Street and Bougainvillea Avenue, in front of the Dade City Garden Club. There will be locally grown produce, plants, garden accessories, home dŽcor, furniture, arts and crafts, jewelry, soaps, jams and more. For vendor information, call Lucy Avila at (352) 5215858, or email lucyavila707@gmail.com. OPENING PARTY FOR ART EXHIBIT The Pasco Arts Council will host an opening gallery party for Art Annual 2014 at the Edwinola Retirement Center, 14235 Edwinola Way in Dade City, on Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. For information, call (727) 8457322, email pacart3@gmail.com, or visit PascoArt.org. BLESSING OF THE PETS HPH Hospice chaplains and volunteers will offer a Blessing of the Pets Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., outside the East Pasco Hospice Care Center, 37439 Clinton Ave., in Dade City. The event is rain or shine. Guests should bring their pet on a leash or in a carrier. For information, call (800) 486-8784. RAIN BARREL WORKSHOP There will be an Every Drop Counts Rain Barrel Workshop Oct. 4 at 10:30 a.m., during the 2014 Pasco Extension Master Gardener Plant Sale at the Pasco County Fairgrounds, 367602 State Road 52 in Dade City. Each eligible household will receive a 55-gallon rain barrel for $20, when at least one household member registers and attends workshop. Pre-registration is required. For information, call (352) 518-0470. WALK N WAG' Dogs Day Pet Pantry is hosting a "Walk n Wag" event Oct. 4 at The Hardy Trail, Church Avenue and Eighth Street, in Dade City. Guests can bring their dog for a 2-mile walk or 5-kilometer run. Registration is at 8 a.m., and the race begins at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $12 per person, which includes a T-shirt and gift bag. Vendors are invited for a $20 fee to display their wares from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will benefit the pantry. For information, visit DogsDayInDadeCity.com, DogManiaAndCats.com, or call Lucy Avila at (352) 521-5858. CLASSIC MOVIES AT COBB FOR $5 Cobb Grove 16 & CineBistro, 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., in Wesley Chapel, is offering CineClassics 2014. Upcoming shows include "Raiders of the Lost Ark" Oct. 7, and "Animal House" Oct. 14. All shows begin at 6:30 p.m. Guests should arrive 30 minutes prior for in-theatre CineBistro service. For information, call (813) 948-5444. Tickets are $5 and are available at the concierge or CobbTheatres/CobbCinebistro.com. FALL FEST AT THE GROVE The Grove at Wesley Chapel will have its 2014 Fall Festival Oct. 11 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event will include live music, food, beverages, arts and crafts, and entertainment. There will also be a nature show, Little Miss & Mr. Pumpkin Pageant, wing contest, pet costume contest, face painting and a pumpkin patch. For information, visit GroveShopping.com. POST 118 MEETS MONTHLY American Legion Post 118, 5340 Eighth St., in Zephyrhills, meets the third Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. The lounge is open six days a week at 3 p.m., Sundays at 1 p.m. Club is open to Legion members, veterans and guests. Canadian veterans are welcome. For information, call (813) 782-0481. RATTLESNAKE FESTIVAL The annual Rattlesnake and Music Festival is Oct. 18 in San Antonio. There will be live entertainment, a snake show, arts and crafts, petting farm, children's games and rides, food truck rally, and a 1-mile and 5-mile run. Admission and parking are free. For information and schedule of events, visit RattlesnakeFestival.com. Florida Hospital Zephyrhills invites you to kick off this year's Pink Army breast cancer awareness campaign with a fun night out. This year's event promises to be the best ever. Stroll along our walking trail while enjoying food and fun on our progressive walk. Registered participants receive a swag bag filled with pink goodies. And bring the guys for the car show, entertainment and a variety of drinks and food. $15/person with advance registration; $20/person at the event To register, visit www.FHZeph.org and click "Events" or call 877-534-3108. All proceeds benefit the Simpson Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills. "Get Your Pink On" and Compete for the Top Costume Prizes Door Prizes Classic Car Show Entertainment Variety of Drinks and Food Breast Cancer Awareness items will also be available for purchase. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2ND AT 5PM Front Lawn | 5pm Registration 5:30 6:30pm Stroll | 6:30pm Ceremony www.LakerLutzNews.com October 1, 2014 4 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 week s in advance to: new s @lakerlutznew s .com All li s ting s free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 4801 E. FOWLER AVE., TAMPA | 813-987-6000 | MOSI.ORG SCIENCE | ART | MEDICINE | FASHION PRINT MEDIA SPONSOR GUEST CURATOR HOLD ON TO YOUR IMAGINATION NOW OPEN FREE FOR MEMBERS FREE WITH MOSI ADMISSION Try a hearing aid for 30 days through Gardner Audiology's field study By M i ke Matthew Special to The Laker / Lutz News Jodi Conter is a certified audiologist with Gardner Audiology in Zephyrhills. She's worked there with Dan Gardner, the founder, for 29 years. Dan opened the doors to his practice 31 years ago and now has offices in Zephyrhills, Tampa, Pasadena, Iverness, Crystal River and Carillon. "Our goal is to help people hear better," says Jodi. They've set up a field study with Starkey Hearing, the largest manufacturer of hearing aids in the U.S., to enable people to try out a hearing aid for 30 days, risk free. "This field study is open to anyone, whether they've worn a hearing aid before or not," says Jodi. "Noisy environments are one of the biggest challenge for wearers of hearing aids." Gardner Audiology has partnered with Starkey Hearing to bring to market the latest technology for noise management in hearing aids. "People used to turn down or turn off their hearing aid in noisy environments," says Jodi. "Current research is finding new techniques for handling noise. These new hearing aids can automatically adjust to the particular environment." How about a hearing aid made for an iPhone? An app on the iPhone allows the wearer to control, modify and adjust the hearing aid to fit specific situations and environments. It also geo-tags the location and automatically changes the setting for that environment as soon as you arrive. "Hearing loss is a challenge," says Jodi. "People don't accept hearing loss as easily as they accept vision loss. The technology has greatly improved. Hearing aids are much more comfortable and noticeably smaller to the point where they're almost invisible." Most people don't see one day and not see the next. It's the same with hearing. It's often gradual. People can lose hearing for particular sounds, such as consonants. They may lose the ability to distinguish particular pitches or frequencies. "People often complain about mumbling, thinking that's the reason they're not hearing well," says Jodi. "That's usually a sign that they've lost hearing for a particular pitch. Today's hearing aids can be programmed to fit the exact type of hearing loss the person is experiencing." "Our biggest challenge is getting people in the door," says Jodi. "My greatest joy is seeing the expression on their face when I turn on the hearing aid and they begin to hear sounds they haven't heard in years." "Research has shown a direct connection between hearing loss and memory loss such as dementia and Alzheimer's disease," says Jodi. "Lack of stimulation causes the brain to shut down. Getting a hearing aid is critical in the early stages of memory loss." "Some of the same issues that cause hearing problems may affect balance and dizziness," says Jodi. "Everyone should have a baseline hearing test done. Then when they come back, we can tell if they're experiencing hearing problems." The human brain is an amazing organ. It adjusts and compensates for hearing loss quite well, up to a point. The only way to be sure that we're hearing as well as we could be is to get a hearing test from a certified audiologist. Contact Jodi Conter at Gardner Audiology to set up an appointment or participate in their field study. You can learn more by visiting their website at GardnerAudiology.com. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Jodi Conter 813-782-5395 38196 Medical Center Avenue Zephyrhills www.GardnerAudiology.com GardnerAudiology COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IN DOWNTOWN ZEPHYRHILLS The Zephyrhills Police Department and Main Street Zephyrhills will present National Night Out Oct. 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This is a crime/drug prevention event for citizens, community groups, law enforcement and local officials to meet, greet and discuss local issues. Representatives from the Zephyrhills Police and K-9 units, Zephyrhills Fire Rescue, Dade City Police Crime Scene Unit, Pasco County Sheriff's Office, S.A.D.D., Suncoast Safety Council and Pasco County Emergency Operations will be there. Other highlights include fingerprinting for kids, Smokey the Bear, food, vendors, and live music by Cool Corporate Cats. For information, call (813) 780-1414, or visit MSZI.org.

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"We knew that we can't make mistakes with that team and survive, and we did that," he said. The Raiders had a strong start against Zephyrhills, building an early 21-point lead. But the Bulldogs fought back, scoring a touchdown and getting in position to score another. Instead, they settled for a field goal, later gave up the ball on a muffed punt, and allowed another touchdown before halftime. That took them from a more manageable 21-14 or 21-10 halftime deficit, to instead trailing 28-10 at the break a big blow in a game marked by poor weather. "That's tough to do against a very good football team," Roberts said. "I think that was a turning point." While it's tough to lose a district game, it's also disappointing to see some players not bring their best to such an important contest, Roberts said. Yet a few did answer the call and gave their best in difficult conditions. Players like offensive linemen Austin Larkin and Jonah Thomas caught the coach's eye for their effort the entire game, and senior Jaylen Pickett was singled out for his mental and physical toughness, and efforts to motivate the team. "I saw him all game trying to get the guys up," Roberts said of Pickett. "He's a competitor." While bouncing back after a tough loss isn't easy, Roberts isn't giving the team any other option. Zephyrhills had some good practices following the loss, and are working to get back to the dominant play they displayed earlier in the year. And with the rest of their district games coming up in consecutive weeks, there's no room for error and not much time to right the ship. "We have to roll from here on out," Roberts said. "We can't lose anymore." The Bulldogs also can't dwell on the loss. They have to have a short memory and focus on the opponents in front of them, Roberts said. And if the team finds their early-season form and gets back to their winning ways, the coach doesn't rule out a rematch with the Raiders down the road. It will take a consistent, strong effort, fewer mistakes, and a winning streak, but the postseason and another shot at South Sumter is possible. "That's the moral of the story here. We have to play hard," Roberts said. "That's a good football team. If we continue to win and don't lose again, we'll see them again." FRED BELLET/PHOTO Zephyrhills kicker No. 15 Zach Gleaton punts as he gets protection from Bulldog's Lorine Parker, 32, as he blocks South Sumter' s Carson Wells during game action Sept. 19 at Zephyrhills. South Sumter was up at the half, 28-10. Bulldogs pick up pieces after tough loss

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It also makes sense as a second home for the team without making it inconvenient for its fan base. "That is an easy commute for them," Sheffield said. "All those fans could come straight here, plus go to other places like Disney and Clearwater Beach, since they would be close by. That is a possibility that is pretty much there for the taking." The sports complex was proposed by James Talton, owner of Blue Marble Strategic, and would supply 20 baseball and multipurpose athletic fields, as well as dormitories for players and other amenities. It's a way to tap into the lucrative youth baseball market, he said. Talton is raising $54 million in private funding, and looking for $11 million from Pasco County tourist tax money, to make such a project a reality. Even without a major stadium component, Talton feels his sports complex could play a role in creating 8,000 jobs in the county, and produce $318 million in annual economic impact, as well as a direct revenue stream of $9 million each year to the county government. But if the project could attract a Major League team, there's no telling how big of an impact that would have in the Wesley Chapel area, Talton said. Creating a separate field for spring training would not be anywhere near the headache the Tampa Bay Rays are experiencing with its efforts to get out of Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg. In fact, spring training fields are typically much smaller than regular season venues, Talton said, where average attendance usually holds around 6,700. "We would want to put in up to 12,000 seats, but that could be a little ambitious," he said. "A lot of what we hear from the league is that they want to have no more than 8,000 seats, because they want to make sure they are filled." Yet, just from his own youth baseball operations, Talton believes he can fill 3,000 of those seats with his players and families that might be using the rest of the facility during spring training time. He wants to be open for business by January 2017, which would be just ahead of when the Braves' lease with Disney expires. But are the Braves even looking to stay in this part of the state? Braves president John Schuerholz told the Atlanta JournalConstitution in March that staying in Central Florida could be tough. Many teams that used to participate in spring training are looking for other parts of the state, especially south, and it could be tough for Atlanta to travel around. The Braves want to stay in Florida, however, and have waved off any suggestions the team could move to the other popular spring training state of Arizona. But if the Astros move out of Kissimmee, and the Washington Nationals leave their home in Viera, that could leave the Atlanta team rather isolated in Lake Buena Vista. Yet moving to Wesley Chapel could be a good move in that respect. The Tigers would still be available in Lakeland, joining five other teams in quick driving distance the New York Yankees in Tampa, the Blue Jays in Dunedin, the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater, the Pittsburgh Pirates in Bradenton, and the Baltimore Orioles in Sarasota. The Braves also would be a lot closer to the Tampa Bay Rays, who play spring training games in Port Charlotte. A request to the Braves for comment is still pending. The team, she said, is her family. "Ever since I started, they've accepted me like nothing was ever wrong." Being an athlete might be a challenge for Taylor physically, but it's also in her genes. Vanessa Sanders was a softball player in high school and college, and still competes to this day. Her father, Scott Sanders, was a golfer in college. Disability or not, they wanted Taylor to experience the camaraderie of team competition, and the benefits and challenges that come with competing in sports. While she enjoys the competition, her cerebral palsy has made Taylor used to more painful challenges outside the pool. Her hips were growing at the wrong angle due to learning to walk in an unorthodox way, and she would fall up to 10 times on a daily basis. But two surgeries in the past year has helped reduce her pain, limited her falls dramatically, and allowed her to live somewhat more comfortably. The only drawback in Taylor's mind? It set her back in the pool, and her times aren't where she wants them to be. "Because of my surgeries, I've kind of started back to day one all over again," she said. But Hannah Cutkomp, a teammate and captain, is impressed with how far Taylor has come in her time with the team. "There's been a drastic change from what I've seen from last year. She's swimming so much better," Cutkomp said. "She's an amazing teammate." If Taylor is focused and determined while swimming, she's just as tenacious when she's on dry land. She plays guitar for fun, but graphic design and animation is her calling. The sophomore already is accumulating college scholarships with an eye on the best schools to help her with that career. She even wants to raise money for a trip to California to visit legendary graphic studios Dreamworks Studios and Pixar Animation Studios to get real-world perspective on the industry. That kind of focus is just part of who she is. "When I find something I love, I run with it," Taylor said. And her parents are proud to see the results of raising her without words like "can't" in her vocabulary. They're also vocal supporters at her swim meets, with her mother getting overwhelmed seeing Taylor accomplish so much when doctors warned them to expect so little. "I cry every single time," Vanessa Sanders said. "Every time." SHEFFIELD from page 1 SWIMMER from page 1 of Crist. "The first two years, he was chasing the vice presidency and not focusing on the state. The second two years, he was running for a United States Senate seat. And he is the first governor in the history of Florida to not run for re-election. That is how much he cared about being governor." Lopez-Cantera was a member of the Florida House representing the Miami area during Crist's time in the governor's office, and said he withdrew support of the governor almost from the beginning, despite the two being members of the same political party at the time. "I have known Charlie for almost 20 years, and I really got to know him when I was a new member of the Florida House," LopezCantera said. "That's when I lost faith in him." The lieutenant governor said problems started for him when then House Speaker Marco Rubio wanted to pass a much more aggressive property tax bill that would provide larger exemptions on the first $200,000 of a home's value, and then 15 percent beyond that. Crist, however, "wanted a simple property tax bill, and that is unfortunately what the citizens of Florida got." Lopez-Cantera and Rubio, however, would vote for Crist's version of the bill in a special session, using a property tax exemption method still used today. All of Scott's decisions "have not been popular," either, Lopez-Cantera said. "But they have been the right decisions for the state's economy." If Scott is re-elected, Lopez-Cantera said residents can expect another $1 million in tax cuts, and another $120 million assessed through cellphone usage. Lopez-Cantera assumed the lieutenant governor's office in February following the resignation of Jennifer Carroll, Crist's original running mate in 2010. She resigned last year after she was questioned about her alleged involvement in pushing money toward Internet cafes, which some say are fronts for illegal gambling in the state. "I talk to the governor all the time about the turnaround here in the state," LopezCantera said. "I've only been here for eight months, but I get to take credit for all his hard work. This is the hardest-working governor that I have ever seen, and I served with three governors." CRIST from page 1 Find more online Campaign speeches tend to just lightly touch on a number of different issues voters may care about, and Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera had a lot to say in Gov. Rick Scott's re-election campaign against former governor Charlie Crist. But what's the full story behind some of LopezCantera's statements? Go online right now, and reach our fact-check at tinyurl.com/LtGovCheck. chamber members already contribute a lot throughout the years, especially through sponsorship. We wanted to find a way to do this without having to pass around the hat." When people visit the newly designed office, it might be hard to tell the building is 60 years old. Originally a Bell Telephone building, the chamber office is in the heart of Zephyrhills' main street and its history. The Woman's Club building is just across the street, its stone faade gracing Fifth Avenue for decades, while the Jeffries House home of the founder of Zephyrhills sits next door to it. The entire stretch of Fifth Avenue, including the businesses along it, are part of a Community Redevelopment Agency district, where future tax revenues collected there will be returned to that district through various economic development improvements. "For us, the scope is not just membership-based, but this is a community-centric chamber of commerce," Mikkelsen said. "Not only are we servicing our members and the public at large, but we are working very closely with other groups on formulas that will support our existing businesses, and the kind of businesses we can attract here." BUSINESSES from page 1

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By Helene Rubenstein Grand Horizons On Aug. 14, we had a full day planned as we had reservations for the Fort Hays Chuck Wagon and Dinner Show. It consisted of a nine-hour narrated tour, plus two meals and a show. We started at 7:30 with a breakfast of pancakes at the Chuck Wagon. We then boarded the coach with stops and a narration at Mount Rushmore Memorial. This is quite a site, and we saw videos of the work that went into this great monument. We were able to take a walk to view Mount Rushmore up close. It was a sight that we won't forget. The entire monument was created in granite. We went back to the bus and went to the following Lincoln Borglum Museum at the Mount Rushmore site, Pigtail Bridges, and scenic tunnels. The scenic tunnels were a real treat. From these tunnels we could actually get a beautiful picture of Mount Rushmore that looked framed. The tunnels were actually built with this in mind. The bus then took us to see the Crazy Horse Memorial. This is a work in progress and was started on June 3, 1948. It is the world's largest sculptural undertaking by carving a memorial Lakota leader, Crazy Horse. The 1948 dedication blast took off just 10 tons, but millions of tons have been removed since. Back to the bus, and we passed by Sylvan Lake and eventually arrived at Custer State Park. In Custer State Park, buffalos have the right of way. The massive beasts freely roam the parks thousands of acres, along with elk, mountain goats, bighorn sheep, prairie dogs, coyotes and many other wildlife species. The towering pines sheltering the roadway, the swift flowing creeks with their clear sparkled waters, the massive cliffs and rock ridges, is nature at its best. Custer State Park covers 71,000 acres in South Dakota's Black Hills. In 1913, the park was created, but in 1919 the reserve became known as Custer State Park. We arrived back at Fort Hays at 5:30 p.m., to browse around the different pictures, props and movies. Then we enjoyed a Chuck Wagon supper and a musical variety show. The show had loads of toe-tapping footstomping, belly-shaking laughter and more. The following day we went on the Wildlife Loop Road as we were quite anxious to see more wildlife. This road twists and turns its way through the prairie and pine-studded hills that harbor many of the park's wildlife species. Now, let me ask you a question. Do you like trains? If you do, then let me tell you about the state railroad museum where we went. At the South Dakota Railroad Museum they had a 70-foot mural of the history of South Dakota and American railroad history. A very nice and informative video also was there for our viewing. There were antique tools and equipment, plus scale model trains. Off to Four Mile Old West Town. This was featured in two parts. The first part had us walking through an old west town that included many features such as a newspaper office, a sheriff's office, a saloon which had displays of women sitting on the bar, an old school house, the blacksmith, an ice company, a sweet shop, jeweler, a doctors office and more. It was a complete town with many shops. There was also a cemetery of the town's most notable citizens. All the buildings had artifacts from the turn of the century, while the jail had the original furnishings from long ago. The jail was built around the time South Dakota was known as part of the Dakota Territory. The old wooden door showed the carving of an escaped prisoner. The second part of Four Mile Old West Town was a one-hour melodrama where the audience interacts with Old West characters. The entire performance was very good and the audience was laughing and enjoying themselves. Late in the morning on Saturday, we went back to the 1880 train and took the train ride. 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