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ISeptember 22, 2010

"Opt out" option

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By B.C. Manion
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Hillsborough County commissioners
have voted in recent months to allow some
property owners to opt out of community
plans a move that critics say undermines
planning efforts.
Denise Layne, a longtime Luta activist,
questions the legality of allowing individuals
to opt out of community plans.
The plans, which are part of
Hillsborough County's comprehensive plan,
provide a greater level of specificity about
the vision a community has for its future,
said Bob Hunter, executive director of the
Hillsborough City-County Planning
commission.
Luta and Keystone were the first two
communities in Hillsborough County to de-
vise plans aimed at addressing their unique
character and providing guidelines for fu-
ture development in those areas.
Development of the plans generally takes
a considerable amount of time, a number of
community meetings and give and take
among various stakeholders, such as resi-
dents, commercial property owners and
others.
County commissioners have approved
community plans for Brandon,
Seffner/Mango and Carrollwood/Northdale
that have been sent to the state Department
of Community Affairs for review.
In approving those plans, however, com-
missioners have agreed to allow some
individual property owners to opt out of
them creating a stir among activists.
The DCA is expected to weigh in on the
issue by Oct. 1, in its Objections,
Recommendations and Comments (ORC)
report on the Brandon and Mango/Seffner
plans.
County commissioners also are expected to
take up the issue at one of their meetings early
next month, said Commissioner Kevin Beckner,
an opponent to the notion of opt-outs.
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It is the first baby for the couple of Jill
and Michael Boria II, 26. Michael III, who the
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for five hours.
"The first thing that I thought was he
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have a cute little baby boy."
The hospital is 10 minutes from the
Boria's house and even closer to Jill's par-
ents', Denise and Clay Power, who live in
Lutz.
"We got a call at 4:45 in the morning, so
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Denise said."We were here for the delivery
and the staff made the experience so great."
See ARRIVAL, page 19


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By Kyle LoJacono
k/ojacono@cnewspubs.com

At 7:57 a.m. Sept. 15 St.Joseph's Hospital-
North's newest unit saw its first patient and
the only thing Michael Boria III could do
was cry.
That is because he was the first baby
born at the hospital's new obstetrics (OB)
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Cascade DuSel sits near her computer,
telephone in hand, talking to a student,
while clicking away on her keyboard.
Welcome to Spanish class, eSchool-style.
The Pasco County educator teaches 120
students online, including Spanish classes
for middle school, high school and
Advanced Placement students.
DuSel uses a lot of technology to deliver
her instruction. In addition to the curricu-
lum delivered in online lessons, she uses
instant messages, Skype, e-mails, texting, tele-
phone calls, audio files and her cell phone
to get the job done.
One of the beauties of eSchool is its flex-
ibility, said JoAnne Glenn, an assistant
principal who oversees Pasco eSchool.
It can cater to the pace of individual stu-
dents. Some students need more time to
learn, and they can take it. Others may be
able to aoom ahead and they're not
stymied.
"It's not a passive learning experience,"
Glenn said. There are lots of ways for stu-
dents to be engaged, and teachers are able
to see if students are logging on, what they
are doing when they are logged on and
whether they are on pace to succeed.
eSchool also offers a safety valve to the
school district to enable students to take a
class that has been capped at a traditional
bricks and mortar school because of the
state's strict class size limits.
"Kids don't necessarily have to settle for
a second choice," Glenn said.
This year's eSchool enrollment is roughly
30 percent more than last year, which Glenn
attributes primarily to the class size limits.
"I think (eSchool enrollment) will contin-
ue to creep up in the next few weeks," she
added, to accommodate more students who
must shift into a new class because of the
state's cap.
Enrollment for the program includes 53
full-time elementary pupils and about 160
full-time high school students. Overall, there
are about 500 sixth- through 12th-grade stu-
dents enrolled in at least one class. Ten
district teachers are assigned to the eSchool
program.
The enrollment figures also include chil-
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eSchool not only encourages parental in-
volvement; it demands it, Glenn said.
eSchool teachers must talk with their stu-
dents' parents at least once a month, said
DuSel, who lives in Wesley Chapel. That's
not required of teachers at bricks and mor-
tar schools.
eSchool also requires lots of reading, so it
is not a good option for students who are
lagging behind in those skills, Glenn said.
DuSel loves teaching students online.
"It really is everything that I love about
teaching and none of the stuff that I don't
really love so much.
"I loved being in the classroom. I loved
my kids.I loved my schools. But this is just
pure subject matter.They're not coming up
to me and talking to me about other stuff.
There's no,'Sit down. Put your gum away.
Get that dress code appropriate. Go to the
office.' There's none of that stuff.
"When I'm talking to a kid on the phone,
I can talk to him purely about subject mat-
ter,"DuSel said.
Glenn said people frequently wonder
whether the district offers physical educa-
tion and driver's education courses through
eSchool.
Both classes are offered, Glenn said.
Driver's education is available, but does not
include behind-the-wheel instruction.
Physical education is available, too, but the
students get to choose their own physical
activities, which can vary widely.
Another benefit of eSchool is that lessons
within a course can offer a wide variety of
options, enabling students to have more
choices in the work that is done to satisfy
course requirements, Glenn said.
eSchool is not for everyone, DuSel said.
"This is not for kids who do not want to
learn.If the parents don't have the time, or
the parents are not involved, and the kid is
not motivated that is not a good combina-
tion."


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JoAnne Glenn, who oversees Pasco eSchool, says it offers great flexibility for students in
terms of curriculum and learning pace. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)


are enrolled in private or charter schools.
eSchool gives students the option of tak-
ing a class that isn't offered on their campus
or doesn't fit into their school day.
"Classes are available 24/7. The digital
learner wants to be able to learn all of the
time.They're used to be able to access infor-
mation all of the time," Glenn said.
While students can work at all hours of
the day and night, the eSchool school year
complies with the school district's calendar,
Glenn said.
Students who are interested in eSchool
can try it without penalty, Glenn said.
There's a 28-day grace period, so students
can try eSchool without penalty. If eSchool
is not for them, Pasco eSchool will work
with the county's traditional schools to
work something out for the student.


eSchool gives students an avenue to
complete their course work while pursuing
special interests.
For instance, one of DuSel's students
wants to be a professional golfer.
"He is up 4 or 5 in the morning,he does
an hour or two on the computer and then
he's out playing golf for six or seven hours,
then he's back and does another six or
seven hours on the computer," DuSel said.
"He's taking Spanish 2 and he's an
eighth-grader."
His mom told DuSel that she likes
eSchool because it allows her to be involved
in her son's education.
DuSel said the mom told her: "I know
everything that he's doing. I know all of his
assignments.I know when they are going to
be due."


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A single vote will help move Wiregrass
Ranch from a cattle farm to a center of edu-
cation, business and fun.
The Pasco County Commission voted
unanimously Sept.6G to approve a plan for
the development of that section of Wesley
Chapel.
The plan includes clearing way for the
new Wesley Chapel Medical Center, Pasco-
Hernando Community Hospital's (PHCC)
Wiregrass Campus and a future recreation
complex.With those additions,the plan also
calls for a reduction in the number of poten-
tial homes that can be built in the area by
1,205.
Pasco Commission chairwoman and
Pasco tourism council chairwoman Pat
Mulieri sees the benefit of adding recreation
that will bring people from other counties
or states.
"The recreation center would be a big
boost for the economy," Mulieri said. "A
prime example is the lacrosse tournament
we have in January near Saddlebrook. It
brings in more than $2 million to our econ-
omy. Pizza places, hotels and stores are
jumping and the registers are all ringing.
Imagine having a facility that has weekly
tournaments, perhaps professional ice hock-
ey practice, and local teams."
"The hospital and PHCC will create a
synergy that will bring more prosperity to
the area and contribute positively to the
quality of life inWesley Chapel," Mulieri con-
tinued."The hospital and college will bring
additional professionals to the area and new
residents can absorb some of the housing
surplus."
Mulieri was a professor at PHCC for
more than 20 years and is happy to see the
expansion of education.
"Having a diverse educational environ-
ment contributes to economic development
and will be a plus when recruiting new


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chance the county will swap that land with
the area around SR 56 and open up the
property near Saddlebrook for private devel-
opers.
The 5,000-acre Wiregrass Ranch is
owned by the Porter family.The Porters first
bought 14,000 acres of land that stretched
from New River down into Hillsborough
County in 1941.Don Porter's father,James,
moved his family to the land in 1946.
Porter said his family still has a ranch that
raises cattle and grows oranges in the
Wiregrass area. He said there was a time
when he envisioned an area with schools,
shopping centers, recreation and a hospital
decades ago.The commissioner's vote has
helped that vision has come true.
"There's been a lot of progress and that's
needed," Porter said."I'm glad I've been able
to see the area build up into what it is
today."


The details of the plan include:
* Planning for a 300,000-square-foot at-
tractions and recreation facility.
* Adding an I 8-hole golf course.
* Officially setting aside enough land
for the new $45 million PHCC cam-
pus that can accommodate 1, I00
students on Mansfield Boulevard near
Wiregrass Ranch High.
* Allocating 200,000-square-feet need-
ed for the Wesley Chapel Medical
Center that will be in construction
later this year about one half-mile
north of SR 56 on Bruce B. Downs
Boulevard.
* Increasing the number of hotel
rooms from I 20 to 480 in the area.


Iviost of Ine area callea vvlregrass viancn was
actually a working cow farm owned by the
Porter family. (Photo courtesy of Quinn Porter)


businesses to Pasco," Mulieri said. "It will
help us realize our goal; Pasco bringing op-
portunities home."
The reduction of potential homes is to
make room for increased development of
more businesses.To compensate for the loss
of residential development, the plan ap-
proved rezoning of the area around the
future extension of SR 56 from where it
stops at Meadow Pointe Boulevard east to
Morris Bridge Road.That project will likely
be paid for by developers, not the county.
The rezoning will allow more than 2,000
homes to be built on the 825.5 acres of land
next to the future extension. Part of that
area would be the new River Landing devel-
opment, which will have about 1,200
homes, 400 multifamily homes and 300
townhouses.
Before the rezoning, the land was for
agricultural purposes.
On the recreation side, the "attractions
and recreation facility" could be many
things, according to Eric Keaton, Pasco
tourism manager.
"That land is currently available for pri-
vate developers who can approach the
county to build any recreational facility from
hockey to racquetball or shuffleboard,"
Keaton said.
Keaton said there is county land near
Saddlebrook that will be used for a tennis or
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The ladies stream into the restaurant, ex-
changing hugs and good-natured banter -
in what appears to be a gathering of old
friends.
As it turns out,however, some members
of the club joined just a few months ago,
while others have belonged for years.
But the same friendly greeting was ex-
tended to all and the warmth of the
reception is in keeping with the spirit of
Tampa Bay Newcomers, Inc., an organiza-
tion for women, founded in 1952.
The women at the Daytime Bunko gath-
ering at Amici Pizza in Wesley Chapel
moved to Tampa Bay from places like
Plainview, N.Y.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Grosse Ile,
Mich.; Houston,Texas; and Wauwatosa,Wis.,
to mention just a few.
The women who join Tampa Bay
Newcomers Inc.,do so for different reasons.
Many are new to the area and are seek-
ing not only potential friends, but also
practical help.They want advice on finding
a doctor, a dentist, a vet, a hairdresser, a
handyman or a mechanic.They also want to
know more about the area's offerings, such
as where to have fun or to find a good meal.
Some may join because they enjoy play-
ing bridge, canasta or Bunco, they like to
bowl or golf or they want to partake in any
number of other activities the club offers.
Some are attracted because of a life
change leaving them with newfound
time on their hands:They're recent widows,
newly retired or have become empty-
nesters.
Club president Charlotte Sandery moved
to Wesley Chapel after living in Australia for
24 years.
She moved to the area after her husband
died.And, although she had visited numer-
ous times because her daughter lives in the
community, she had not formed any friend-
ships.
"I knew I needed to get involved with
some like-minded people," Sandery said. So,
she decided to give Tampa Bay Newcomers
a try.
"All of these women just greet you with
open arms.They want to know who you are
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"They're veryfriendly girls. "
-Rose Bleich

Beverly
Ackerman says
Sshe never thought
she would kayak,
but it's just one of
many activities
she's tried since
joining Tampa
Bay Newcomers,
Inc.

Donna Gosset
describes the
friends she has
met in Tampa Bay
Newcomers Inc.
as "a sisterhood"
who gave her
support when she
learned she had
breast cancer.

Charlotte
Sandery, presi-
dent of Tampa
~~.; IBay Newcomers,
== L joined the group
when she moved
to Wesley
Chapel after liv-
ing 24 years in
Australia.


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For more information go to
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or e-mail csandery@tampabay.rr.com.


last year.
"They all reached out, sent me cards,
took me to my appointments.It was a real,
as I would say, sisterhood. The good Lord
carried me through it and they lifted my
arms."'
Gosset said she had lived in Clearwater
for decades before moving to her new
home to downsize.
In one sense, moving to the new com-
munity was like moving to a new state, she
said."I knew nobody."
Gosset isn't the only recipient of the
club members' compassion.
When another woman's husband died
suddenly, others in the group sprang to ac-
tion. One went to help do laundry and do
some cleaning around the house; another
helped with funeral arrangements. Lots of
club members got busy in their kitchens
preparing food to serve after the memori-

"If you need something, somebody is
there for you," said club member Vonda
Mays, 57, who lives in New Tampa.
"We support each other," saidAckerman.
"When you think about it, we're all kind of
in the same boat."


The club's Daytime Bunko meets at noon on the second Tuesday of each month at Amici
Pizza, 26252 SR 54. Any women who enjoy bunco are invited to come give it a try.
(Photos by B.C. Manion)


Sandery said.
"They're very friendly girls," agreed 77-
year-old Rose Bleich, who is originally from
Long Island. Even though she considers her-
self to be shy by nature, the W~esley Chapel
woman said she feels right at home with the
group.
It's a lot of fun, said 62-year-old Beverly
Ackerman.
"I went kayaking. I never thought I
would go kayaking," said the retired revenue
officer for the Internal Revenue Service."I
think next month they're gong to be doing
aip-lining"
Like many other members of the group,
Ackerman learned about it while she was
exercising at Shapes. She overheard a group
of women talking about a monthly gather-
ing called TGIS, which is essentially a giant
potluck for couples held at a club member's
home.
"You meet people from all over. It's so in-
teresting. Everybody down here comes from
somewhere else," said Ackerman, who
moved to the area three years ago from
Plainview, N.Y
Sixty-one-year-old Ruth Gibney, of Land
O' Lakes, most recently lived in Las Vegas.
Before she lived there, she lived near
Chicago and in New York, New Jersey,
Houston and Toronto. She was a member of
Newcomers in each of those places, except
for New York, where she couldn't find a
club.
Even before she moved to Florida, she
began researching online looking for an


active Newcomers club.
The former kindergarten teacher, former
clown and former tour guide, said she en-
joys the club's activities and camaraderie.
It often gives member a chance to try
something newshe said.
"When I moved to Las Vegas, I had never
played Scrabble and I had never bowled,
and I ended up being in both.
"If there is an activity that you really
enjoy and they don't have it,you can go to a
board meeting and start it," she added.
Sixty-three-year-old Mary Joaquin, who
lives in Zephyrhills,recalls how difficult it
was to learn her way around the communi-

She found out about Newcomers at
Shapes, when a woman overheard her ex-
pressing her frustration about not being
able to find her way around. She recalls say-
ing:"I just wish somebody could point me
from Point A to Point B and I could get
someplace."
In response, a woman in the locker room
began telling her about Newcomers, and
brought her in a newsletter about the group
the next day.
Joaquin is glad she joined.
"This has been great. I've learned how to
play mahjong. I'm learning how to play
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Fifty-three-year-old Sabrina Scott grew up
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CONCERT FOR MEALS
ON WHEELS
Artists for Htunanity will host a
benefit concert at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 24
at Bishop McLaughlin Catholic, 13651
Hays Road in Spring Hill.The concern
will include classical, Broadway and
40s music.Tickets are $15.All
proceeds go to Pasco County Elderly
Nutrition Meals on Wheels Program.
Keifer Village Jewels and Ed Morse
Auto Dealership sponsor the event.
Tickets are available at KeiferVillage
Jewels, 24144 SR 54 in Land O Lakes,
or by calling (813) 992-5738 or (352)
588-4058.


MOMS CLUB OPEN HOUSE
The MOMS Club chapter of Lutz East / Land
O' Lakes South is hosting its annual Open
House at 10 a.m. Sept. 27, at the Clubhouse
in the Grand Oaks subdivision, 25849 Frith
Street in Land O' Lakes. MOMS Club offers
weekly playgroups, a monthly mom's night
out, and fun conununity service projects.
Get information about MOMS Club, meet
and greet members, enjoy refreshments and
a children's craft. For more idxomation,
contact Colleen vinson at (813) 929-0364
or cwvinson~yahoo.com.

TAMPA BAY NEWCOMERS
LUNCHEON
Tampa Bay Newcomers Inc. will have its
monthly luncheon at 10:30 a.m. Sept. 28 at
Tampa Rilms Golf and Country Club, 5811
Tampa Rilms Blvd.The group will honor
past presidents. For luncheon information,
call (813) 977-6861. For membership
information, call (813) 907-0386.

BUDDHISM AND MEDITATION
Parbawatiya Buddhist Center will host a class
in Buddhism and meditation 7-8:30 p.m. Sept.
28 at Bethany Center, 5121 Pheasant Woods
Drive in Lutz. Cost is $10, $5 for students or
limited income.The class includes two guided
meditations and a teaching. For information,
edl (7) 79-70 orklgon


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JUDGEMENT HOUSE DRAMA
First Baptist Church of Lutz, 18116 US Hwy.
41, will present Judgement House "59
Mimites" at 7 p.m. Sept. 24 and Oct. 1 6
p.m. Sept. 25 and Oct. 2; and 5 p.m. Sept. 25
and Oct. 3. Judgement House is a 7-room
walk through drama that tells the story of
the last 59 minutes of four peoples'lives.
Donation is $3. For more information or
reservations, call (813) 949-7495.

EXOTIC HONEY TASTING AT USF
LTSF Botanical Gardens will host a honey
tasting event from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 25,
featuring exotic and unusual honey from
around the world as well as honey
produced at USE Tickets are $20.The
botanical gardens are located at 12210 LTSF
Pine Drive in Tampa. For more idxomation,
call (813) 910-3274 o e-mail
USFBotanicalGardens~gmail.com.

PARKING LOT AND CRAFT SALE
Our Lady of the Rosary, 2348 Collier
Parkway in Land O' Lakes,will have a
Parking Lot and Craft Sale 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Oct. 23. Cost is $10 for one vendor space,
$5 for each additional space.All profits go
to the Lutz-Land O' Lakes Pregnancy Center.
A truck from Gulfside Regional Hospital
will be at the church at 12 p.m. to collect
leftover donations. Rain date is Nov. 6.
Reserve space now. For more information,
call Doreen at (813) 997-1045.

WOMEN'S CLUB YARD SALE
The Lexington Oaks Women's Club is
looking for vendors and sellers to its animal
fund raising conununity yard sale located at
26304 Lexington Oaks Blvd. inWesley
Chapel on Oct. 16 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
Spaces are available for $15.
For applications and information, call
Sharon at (813) 967-5677.

ROTARY CLUB HOSTS CANDIDATES
The Rotary Club of Land O' Lakes will host
candidates for the LT.S. House District of
Central Pasco County Jim Piccillo on
Sept. 27 and Elena McCullough on Oct. 4.
The public is invited to attend the free
meeting. Lunch is available for $10.The
Rotary Club of Land O' Lakes meets at
Rapscallion's restaurant, 4422 Land O' Lakes
Blvd. For information, contact Randy Gailit
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HAWAIIAN LUAU BANQUET
Oasis, a pregnancy care center,will host A
Refuge of Hope Second Anulal Benefit
Banquet at 6:15 p.m. Sept. 24. Cost is $50
for individuals and $75 for couples for this
evening of Hawaiian fun.The event will be
at the Family Life Center, First Baptist
Church, 5105 School House Road in Land
O' Lakes. For more itiormation, call (813)
406-4965 or visit www.heartsforoasis.org.

HUMANE SOCIETY FOOD BANK
Casper's Cupboard, the Humane Society of
Tampa Bay food bank, will collect donations
of bags of dog and cat food at Texas
Roadhouse, 26409 Silver Maple Parkway in
Wesley Chapel, from 11:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Sept.
26.The GFWC New Tampa Juniors &
Juniorettes will collect the pet food.Texas
Roadhouse will donate 10% of food and
drink sales to the htunane society.
For more idxomation, visit
www. RWCNewTampaJuniors. org.
For call-ahead seating, call (813) 907-8188.

NATURE
ORGANIC VEGETABLE
WORKSHOP
AVegetable Gardening Woxkshop will take
place from 10-11 a.m. Sept. 25 at the garden
in the Conservatory at the USF Botanical
Gardens.The workshop is presented by
Grace's Hydro-Organic owners and
growers. Cost is $10 for the general public
and $5 for botanical garden members and
students with ID. For more information, call
(813) 910-3274 or visit
www. cas.usf edu/garden.


HEALTH
PRENATAL YOGA STARTS SEPT. 28
The Center for Living Wellness is now
providing yoga for mommies-to-be
beginning Sept. 28. Participants can
nurture and strengthen their changing body
and learn breathing techniques and yoga
poses to strengthen your mind and body in
preparation for childbirth. Cost is $95 per
six-week session. To reserve your space,
call (813) 269-2700 or e-mail
info~centerforlivingwellness.com.

KIDS STUFF
AMIGOS SPANISH FOR CHILDREN
Children can learn Spanish through art,
music and games with instructor Adriana
Matallana. Classes are 10:30-11:15 a.m. for
ages 4-6 years old, and 11:30 a.m.-12:15
p.m. or ages 7-9 years old, at the Land O'
Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier
Parkway.Cost is $39 per month. For more
information, call (813) 929-1220.

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MOSI will host an opening reception for
the "Artemis Collection" art exhibition from
7-10 p.m. Sept. 23.The exhibit consists of
national and international artists in
architecture, painting, sculpture and
photography, with live Broadway and jazz
music and a cash bar.The speaker is
William Lord, son or renown sculptor
Fonchen Lord.The exhibit will be on
display through Oct. 20.Admission is free.
MOSI is located at 4801 East FowlerAve. in
Tampa. For more information, call (813)
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newest model home by Centex Homes in
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Rd. in Luta. New Centex homes in
Sweetgrass at Stonebrier range in size from
1,335 square feet to 3,136 square feet and
are priced from $149,990. More than half of
Stonebrier has been preserved in its pristine
state, offering a variety of wooded home
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CG1 Chiropractic has a new home
As of Sept. 1, CG1 Chiropractic Clinic
Inc., formerly in Harbour Village Plaaa on
Land O' Lakes Blvd. has relocated to 16102
N. Florida Avenue in Lutz. The telephone
number has remained the same and CG1
can be reached at (813) 909-7171.

RoxannTanner earns certification
Roxann Tanner, Broker/Owner of
Coldwell Banker Pency Owens Realty, Inc.
has earned the nationally recognized Short
Sales and Foreclosure Resource certifica-
tion. The National Association of
REALTORS@ offers the SFR certification to
REALTORS@ who want to help both buyers
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"As an advocate for homeownership,it is
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SCORE chapter receives
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Bank of America's Charitable Foundation
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present small business seminars co-spon-
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AT&T increases capacity in Pasco
AT&T announced it has increased capac-
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parts of Pasco and Hernando counties.As a
result of this upgrade,local customers are
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Right here on the ocean floor
Such wonderful things surround you
What more is you looking' for?
-Under the Sea from The Little M/ermaid

By Randall Grantham
Community Columnist
Growing up on a
Slake in Luta that was
so clear Dad would
take away my mask
so I would have to
open my eyes under
water and not grow
up toab a ssis~sy, I
the water. I could swim before I could
walk and we were weaned on water skis,
or growing bored with that, a piece of ply-
wood, an old canoe paddle or even
standing on a barstool perched on a disk
of plywood while being pulled around the
lake by a ski-boat. We finally gave all that
up and, with a fast enough boat, just went
barefoot (siae It2s don't hurt).

was also a play-
ground for us. We
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tests to see who
could hold their
breath under
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dock, weaving A megalodon tooth lik
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as you might have deduced from my arti-
cles on diving the EPCOT Living Seas at
Disney and the Blue Hole in Beliae, I'm
back into it. And, since the oil well
blowout in the Gulf this stunmer made me
realize how unique and precious it is, I've
developed about a tank-a-day average.
What's the attraction? It is otherworld-
ly moving weightlessly and almost
effortlessly through a beautiful underwater
environment with nothing but the sound
of your breathing and the unidentifiable
calming tones of the water. One friend
told me that he heard ethereal fluting and
whistling sounds as a pod of porpoise
pas ddhim been doing alot of spear fish-
ing. To heck with trying to entice fish to
take the bait.I go down and pick out the
ones I want.
Then, I went down to Venice for a
shark tooth dive a couple of weeks ago.
The last time I was in Venice, I couldn't
walk down the beach without finding a
handful of shark's teeth. But after decades
of beach re-nourishment, there are none t

the surf
But go out a
half mile or so and
there, 30 feet
below the surface,
lay shark's teeth,
and petrified fos-
sils like dugong
(manatee) ribs,
mastodon and ex-
tinct whale bones
and, the prize of
prizes, megalodon
This 5-incher teeth.
nd is sometimes Megalodon are,
because it could thankfully, extinct,
carter boat. ginormous sharks
that reached the
size of today's
whale shark. Their teeth can be as big as a
man's hand. They are valuable too, I'm
told. One kid supposedly put himself
through college finding and selling them.
And I found a big one.
Almost five inches from top to bottom,
it is what they call a "charter" tooth. In
other words, if you sold it, it would pay for
the cost of the charter boat, and then
some.
Flonida's unique position as a peninsula
surrounded by bountiful waters makes it a
requirement that we explore, enjoy and
preserve as much as we can. Get out
there and do it.To do otherwise would be
a waste of water, Muad'dib.

Randall C Grantham is a life~clong resi-
dent of Lutz who practices law from his
offices on Dale Mliabry Highway. He can
be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
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bottom. But you had to bring up proof: a
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I've never met a reporter as versatile as
staff writer Kyle LoJacono. He writes
everything from sports (shuffleboard to
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struction and medical trends. A 2009
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a Lutz native and alumnus of Gaither High
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news as only a native can.
Our news assistant and copy editor is
Mary Rathman. Her command of spelling
and grammar is remarkable. She is one of
those people who gets a thrill out of find-
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comma. She is the person behind the
weekly"What's Happening" section and is
editor of Park News, our seasonal publica-
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Zephyrhills.
Joe, B.C., Kyle and Mary are always on
the lookout for story ideas and photo op-
portunities. They want our papers to be
your guide to the good life in Lutz, Land O'
Lakes, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills and
Dade City.
To do that, they need to hear from you
with ideas on stories you'd like to see in
your hometown paper.You can find their
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(813) 909-2800.
My news staff has taught me that jour-
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Their sole mission is to tell the story so
well that you read it to the very last para-
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for the people in the community where
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I can assure you that Joe, B.C., Kyle and
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the successes and challenges of people
and organizations in our communities and
to report on news that makes life a bit eas-
ier and more fun for our readers.
We began this quest without an editor
to lead the way, working together to as-
semble a mix of stories each week that
would appeal to our different groups of
readers families, seniors, singles, com-
muters, empty nesters, students, etc.
I was pleased with our progress and
by June was ready to hire an editor to get
us to the next level.We wanted an editor
to help us develop more compelling sto-
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communities. We wanted our papers
packed with stories and photos that resi-
dents looked forward to reading every
week.
Waiting until June to hire an editor
meant that my first choice for the job,Joe
Humphrey, was available.Joe is a journal-
ism teacher at Hillsborough High School in
Tampa and June was the beginning of his
summer break.
Before Joe was a teacher, he was a daily
newspaper reporter and, while in college,
editor of The Oracle, USF's student news-
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ago and was recently recognized as one of
the top five journalism teachers in the
country by the Dow Jones News Fund, a
national group founded by The Wall Street
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that makes us doubly proud to have Joe
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and gift for journalism obviously translates
as well into the classroom as if does as edi-
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group.
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While flowers may appear fragile, these
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planted more of these beauties."This year
I've decided to get organized and plant
more to add some interest in my garden.
Camellias are kissing-cousins to the
plant that produces tea, Camellia sinensis.
While the tea Camellia does grow here, it's
not quite as showing as the japonicas and
sasanguas. These two are the ones com-
monly sold in garden centers and the only
reason you'll care which is which relates
to timing of bloom.Japonicas bloom in the
fall from November through January, while
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If you aren't familiar with camellias you
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Cropper and Chuck Reid. Any veteran of any war is welcome to join. The
next general meeting is Oct. 7 at 17413 Gunn Highway. For information, call
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Pack 177 raises money for trip to space center


Cub Scout Pack 177 of Wesley Chapel will be
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"It'll be a once in a lifetime trip for the kids," said
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Something the pack is trying for the first time is
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Dear Favorite Editor:
When I went back to college at night for
a second degree, 75 percent of my fellow
construction workers had done hard time
for violent crimes. One of the guys had
raped a couple of women and gotten away
with it. However, now that he was mar-
ried and had a daughter, he stated that he
would kill anybody who raped his daugh-
ter. He probably made that comment for
the benefit of one of our co-workers who
had waited in a woman's house with a
hunting knife. Then when she got home,
he raped her. Some people probably think
that it was okay, because he wasn't an
adult. He was just a 16year-old boy.
Just about all of the criminals delighted
in hurting or killing animals. One guy
was going to stab a dog to death just for
the fun of it. I told him not to do that.
Criminals' brains are not "wired right."
Often they simply act irrationally. Later, I
heard that he had stabbed to death one of


our co-workers while they were drinking.
Alcohol seemed to be another common
factor involved in their crimes.
Supposedly, genetics accounts for 75
percent of what we are. The other 25
percent depends upon our life experi-
ences. However, some of us do have a
morals gene. But who is the normal per-
son? The law-abiding citizen or the
criminal? A century or two ago, our an-
cestors were marauding thieves,
murderers, and rapists. If they wanted
gold,1land, or sex, they took it by the use of
violence. We still have that DNA in us.
One out of every 10 people on this planet
carries the genes of Genghis Khan.
A college professor told me that the
point of one of our class exercises was
that we are all capable of murder.

Sincerely,
J. D. Wright
Land O' Lakes resident


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Land O' Lakes Branch Library
--Baby Storytime for babies to 1 year
of age, 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.Thursdays
through Nov. 18.
--Toddler Storytime for children ages
1-2, 10:15 and 10:45 a.m. on Fridays
through Nov. 19.
--Preschool Storytime for children ages
3-5, 11:30 a.m. on Fridays through Nov. 19.
The library is located at 2818 Collier
Parkway and can be reached at (813) 929-
1214.

Lutz Branch Library
--Baby Time, 10:15 a.m. Sept. 23.
--Toddler Time, 1 1 a.m. Sept. 23.
--Story Time, 11:30 a.m. Sept. 28.
-Cyber Kids, 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28.
The library is located at 101 W Lutz-
Lake Fern Road and can be reached at
(813) 273-3652.


The Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library
--Story Time, 11 a.m. every Monday.
--Baby Time, 10:15 and 11 a.m. every
Tuesday.
--Toddler Time, 10:15 and 11 a.m.
everyWednesday
--Art After School, 4 p.m. every Wednesday.
-Teen Advisory Board, 6 p.m. every
Thursday.
-Teen Electronic Gaming Night, 6
p.m. Sept. 23.
--Online Job Searching and Word:
Resume Wizard, 10:15 a.m. Sept. 24.
--Bedtime Stories, 7 p.m. Sept. 27.
-Photoshop Elements 7.0, 6:15 p.m.
Sept. 28.
--Free event for homeowners, 7-8:30
p.m. Oct. 6.Advance registration required.
E-mail creditadvocateservices~gmail.com.
The library is located at 2902 W Bearss
Ave. and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.


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FATHER, from page 1
"He was wonderful," said Michael's wife,
Laura McCoole. "He was very involved in
our children's lives.They waited for him at
the door to get home from working at
Gaither every day."
Michael worked at Gaither High School
as a science teacher for 17 years.When he
became sick Laura, who was a stay-at-home
mother, went back to school for her mas-
ter's degree in reading education from Saint
Leo University. She has been a third-grade
teacher for the last five years at Maniscalco
Elementary in Luta.
While Laura was going back to school,
her children, Nate and Micah, had to take
care of Michael until he died in 2006. Laura
said she would set out the things for dinner
and Nate would make it for his father and
sister when he got home.
Laura said the family's faith in God and
closeness helped them get through losing
Michael. Additionally, Nate, a junior, has
found a sanctuary on the football field as the
starting right tackle on the Sunlake High
football team.
"I most like the camaraderie with my
friends on the line, but I also like driving
people into the dirt," Nate said.
Also on the line this year with Nate are
right guard Matt Sanders, center Josh
Nobles,1eft guard Randy Silver wood and left
tackle Canon Clark.
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ents made it clear how important education
is and he has responded with a 3.83 weight-
ed grade point average. He is also not far
from his Eagle Scout award from Boy Scout
Troop 212 in Luta.
Nate also vohmnteers at his church's vaca-
tion Bible school, at Maniscalco and at the
Relay for Life event at the Lutz Train Depot.
"I do the relay each year," Nate said."It's a
good way to remember my father and help
other people with cancer."
Nate wants to play football in college and
would like to play professionally, but if that
does not work he will go into criminology.
"Whatever he does I'll be proud of him,"
Laura said."He's such a good young man."


Micah, Laura and Nate McCoole during the family's Thanksgiving celebration last year.
(Photos courtesy of Laura McCoole)


coach Bill Browning."He leads by example
in the weight room and is probably the
strongest guy we have. I can't say enough
about him because he's a great example of a
young man."
Clark said off the field Nate is one of the
most mellow guys he knows, but when he
straps on his helmet he switches into anoth-
er mode. Nate did not always have that
edge.
"His whole life he was so big compared
to the other kids so we told him he had to
be careful playing with them," Laura said.
"We'd have parents complaining at the play-
grounds that there was a 10-year-old in
there when he was only 5.When he started
playing I had to tell him it was ok to be ag-
gressive and hit people."
Nate started playing football in seventh
grade in the Exciting Idlewild Baptist
league. He was not allowed to play in other
leagues because he was too big.At Idlewild
he had to play with 16-year-olds because he
was so nuxch bigger than the other players.
Laura is the Sunlake team mom and sup-
ports the team however she can.
"Almost every weekend we all go to
Nate's house and hang out and his mom


makes us food," Clark said."His mom is really
amazing and she's like my second mom."
Those meals do not come cheap.
"Those are big shopping bills when they
come over," Laura said jokingly."They can re-
ally eat and I make sure to get them only the
best steak to keep them strong."
Nate's work ethic and Laura's choice of
meat has helped him on the Seahawks
weightlifting team as well. In the last year he
earned the title as strongest 15-year-old in
the USA Powerlifting (USAPL) Florida com-
petition. The title qualified him for the
national event in Wisconsin in March, where
he placed second in his division. His best lift
in the bench press is 425 pounds and can
also put up 445 in the squat and 540 in the
powerlift, also called deadlift.
Sunlake's weightlifting coach Matt Smith,
who is also the offensive line coach, went
with Nate to the USAPL national event. Nate
said Smith has been the biggest male influ-
ence on his life since his father died.
In addition, both Nate and Micah, 13, par-
ticipate in track and field. Nate does the
shot put and discus throw, while Micah
does the discus for Charles S. Rushe Middle.
Nate is not just about athletics. His par-


OPT O f rom pae s h a1

planning process," Beckner said. "Why
should anybody spend any time working on
these plans if anyone has the option to opt
out?" he asked.
When individuals are allowed to opt out,
"how does that affect the overall (conununi-
ty) plan?" Beckner continued."I just think
this is the wrong approach to planning."
Commissioner Jim Norman, however,
takes the opposite stand.
"I'm heavy into property rights," Norman
said.
When commissioners are considering
Zoning or land-use changes they always con-
sider whether that action will violate the
community plan thus giving community
plans considerable weight, Norman said.
If the county is unwilling to let individual
property owners opt out, it should send no-
tices out to every property owner in a
community planning area to be sure they


The Sunlake offensive line includes from left
Josh Nobles, Nate McCoole, Randy
Silverwood, Matt Sanders and Canon Clark.


Michael McCoole took his children Nate and
Micah on a hiking trip in north Florida in 2005.


knv about th commmnity plamning meet-

Otherwise, a property owner in Georgia,
for example, could have his property rights
affected by the adoption of a community
plan and not even realize it was happen-
ing, Norman said.
"I've always had a general belief that
property rights outweigh any visionary
plan," Norman said.
If people are allowed to opt out of com-
munity plans, Layne said she wonders what
will be next.
"Why can't you opt out of the compre-
hensive plan?" she asked.
"How can you plan anything?" she added.
The planning commission is an inde-
pendent body which by law oversees the
development of the county's master plan for
future growth.
It objects to allowing individual property
owners to opt out of community plans,
Hunter said.


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croutons, cheese and rich dressing. You
have yet to devour the main meal and, pos-
sibly, the dessert. Wait that can actually
be closer to 4,000 calories! An average
meal at a restaurant,1ike a dinner entree,
usually has around 1,500 to 2,000 calories.
So the point I want to reiterate to you
is this: if you are going to eat out, you have
to be really clear about what you are or-
dering, how to have it prepared and
control your portion sizes. If you pay
enough attention to those three specifics,
you can eat out more frequently without
sacrificing your healthy weight.
I have to be honest, though. I think one
reason our country is so overweight is that
most people who eat out have no idea
how many calories are contained in what
they order and do not practice portion
control.
This is why if you are not able to con-
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If you're looking for a good place to get
away for a quick, relaxing lunch, the
Scotland Yards Golf Club Sports Bar & Grill
Room might be the place.
The restaurant, at 9424 US 301, is mid-
way between Zephyrhills and Dade City.
The La~y Susan's Restaurant & Bar previ-
ously operated at the site before Mistie
Rinaldo and her husband, David, took over
the restaurant and changed its name in
January 2010. David Rinaldo and his father,
Bill, managed a snack bar that operated at
the site prior to Lazy Susan's being there.
Mistie Rinaldo is restaurant and banquet
manager. David Rinaldo manages the golf
course and helps his wife with the restau-
rant on an as-needed basis. Mistie Rinaldo
previously worked in the medical field.
I am a people person. Ilove helping and
seeing that people are happy whether it has
been medical or dining.I love it all," she said.
Scotland Yards Golf Club Sports Bar &
Grill Room is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, Monday,Thursday and Saturday.The
restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on
the nights that specials are offered -
Tuesdays,Wednesdays and Fridays.
No regular menu item is priced above
$8.
Tuesday's special, effective all day, is buy
10 chicken wings, get 10 chicken wings
free, for $7.95, dine-in only.
Wednesday's dinner special is steak or
salmon for $10.95.
Friday's dinner special is fried haddock
or shrimp. Haddock is $9.95 while the
shrimp is $10.95.
Scotland Yards Golf Club Sports Bar &
Grill Room offers an extensive list of sand-
wiches and baskets. Sandwiches include
grilled or fried chicken, chicken salad,
turkey, grilled ham and cheese, club sand-
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By Samantha Taylor
Pure Health Studios
As many of you
already know, I
have been touring
local restaurants to
review their meals
and recommend to
you what to eat and
I will be continuing
to do this to help
you in your efforts to manage your weight.
Before I move on to the next restau-
rant, I want to tell you important things
about the reality of eating out and its im-
pact on weight gain.The challenge is that
most restaurants are interested in packing
the most flavor into their dishes, not in
regulating the fat and calorie content.That
is a big deal to us who actually care about
Our health and our weight (losing and not
gaining) and care about avoiding heart dis-
ease and diabetes.
I have been trying to focus on restau-
rants that let you modify their servings and
are more health conscious than the average
place. However, as you have read from my
past columns,you have to be very specific
with how you order your food so that you
can make the necessary adjustments to try
and reduce the hidden fats and calories.
What I learned from 10 years of wait-
ing tables is that an average person could
consume as much as 3,000 calories per
meal. What? This may come as a shock to
you, but the calories add up once you have
the bread, butter, meal, drinks and even the
seemingly harmless salad.
A salad may appear healthful, but there
can be a ton of hidden fat in its buttery


David and Mistie Rinaldo stand in the dining
area of the Scotland Yards Golf Club Sports
Bar & Grill Room. The couple took over
management of the facility in January.
(Photo by Joe Potter)

1/3- pound bacon burgers and patty melts.
Sandwich prices range from $5 to $7.The
restaurant occasionally offers pulled pork or
fish sandwiches, Mistie Rinaldo said.
Full liquor is available from top shelf to
well alcohol.The restaurant has an extensive
wine list.
The restaurant seats approximately 170
people. Space may be reserved for wed-
dings, wedding receptions, reunions,
anniversaries, birthday parties and other par-
ties or events.
Scotland Yards Golf Club Sports Bar &
Grill Room is operated separately from the
Scotland Yards County Club.The restaurant
is open to the public. Diners do not need to
be residents of Highlands at Scotland Yards
or the Scotland Yards County Club.
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ARRIVAL, from page 1
The hospital, 4211 Van Dyke Road in
Lutz, opened its OB unit Aug. 25. It is also
the closest OB unit to Land O' Lakes resi-
dents like the Borias.
"Within our walls, babies will be born
and families will be forever impacted by the
work we do," said Paula McGuiness, the hos-
pital's chief operating officer. "We look
forward to extending our legacy of compas-
sionate care to a whole new generation."
The labor and delivery suites are the
largest of the rooms at the hospital at 418
square feet.
"You need a lot of room to deliver a baby
and give the doctors and nurses room to
work," said Vicki Gose, nurse manager of the
OB and mother baby units."We can get the
lighting pointed right where we need it so
the doctors can see everything they're
doing."
Gose has been in labor and delivery care
for 24 years and is also the mother of two.
She said she got into the field because she
loves helping people start their family.
"We're very excited to have the OB unit
open," Gose said."We opened in February
and it's taken a little bit to get it opened, but
we're very happy it is.It wasn't nine months


The new unit's services
will include:
Four private labor and delivery rooms
equipped with a labor bed that has
multiple positions designed for
comfort during delivery.
A shower designed for use during
labor.
An infant warmer that quickly
distributes warmth through a
recessed heater while also serving as
an in-bed scale.


of waiting for it to be done like mothers
have to wait, but it seemed like a long time
to us."
Gose was at the hospital when the first
baby was born.
Once the baby is delivered, the mother
and child can recover together in one of 12
private suites designed to look like hotel
rooms as are all suites at the facility. Kathy
Myers, director of operations, said each
room has a high definition TV, a full-size
shower and an in-room relative area to keep
the family together.
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needed to make the patient feel
comfortable," Myers said. "... The Al
same nurse stays with the mother 43~
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for table and the nurse learns what 501
the patient wants."I,
Myers also said the mother and Co
father get a special dinner provided
by the hospital for one evening.The
new mother is also given a robe and several
other things including toys for the new
baby during the stay.
"The family can also stay with the moth-
er the whole time and that makes the
process easier on her," Gose said."There is a
pullout bed in every labor and delivery
room.
Mother and child are kept together as
much as possible, but for short periods they
are taken to the nursery. Guests can look
into the area much of the time
"They're here for a bath and little things
like that," said Donna Quinones, neonatal
nurse."People can see in most of the time,
but we can frost over the glass in case a


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baby needs to have a minor procedure or is
sick."
There is a neonatal nurse at the facility at
all times, according to Myers.
"The support of this community has
made the opening a success and we value
each and every person who has visited our
hospital," McGuiness said. "We are grateful
to have the opportunity to provide emer-
gency care, surgical services, interventional
cardiology, imaging services and
now obstetrics to local residents who truly
needed better access to health care."
For more information on St. Joseph's
Hospital-North, call (813) 443-7000 or visit
www.stjosephsnorth.com.


I he new imaging center across the street from
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Imaging center to open at
Set to open in early 2011, BayCare
Outpatient Imaging Center will be a full-
service outpatient imaging center. It is
being built just east of the hospital, 4211
Van Dyke Road mn Lutz,mi front of Kohl's.


St. Joseph's Hospital-North
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Shuffleboard king returns with two more titles


won eight championships. Seven of those ti-
tles came as a doubles team with Ball.
"I really went and played for Earl,"
Williamson, 63, said. "He plays a lot more
than I do and is much more into getting the
most titles, so I did it for him.
"When we go anywhere people always
know Earl,"Williamson added."He's the per-
son everyone knows and is trying to beat.
That makes it harder for him because every-
one is gunning for him."
Williamson is three years younger than
Ball. Because of that,Williamson said he is
like Tiger Woods chasing down Ball who is







ffle board Club


Jack Nicklaus for the most titles. Nicklaus
has the most major championships in pro-
fessional golf history with 18, while Woods
is chasing him with 14.
"When you're the person doing it you
don't even feel it," Ball said."Other people
see it.When I look at what Tiger Woods does
or what Jack Nicklaus has done I'm amazed,
so it's the same thing.When you're the actu-


Brd~


al person, it's just part of
what you're doing."
Ball first started play-
ing in 1997, so he has
averaged more than one
national championship
per year. His main goal has
been to track down the
record for most national
titles. He also wants the
all-time wins crown in
Florida.
"The person with the
most has 85 and that's by
Glenn Peltier," Ball
said."I am third with
S58 and won 10 last
years. So I'm chasing
that. I'm also about
20 points behind
SFaris for total nation-
Sal points. So I've still
got that to chase
down too."
Players receive points
for finishing near the top
of various events.
Ball said he wants to
continue playing as long
as he can to reach those
last goals and stretch out a
lead in the number of na-
tional championships.
"Every now and then I
consider reducing the
amount of play because I
always feel it wear on me
at the end of the season in
March and April, but come
October you get excited
after you start playing
some tournaments," Ball
said."It's the mental part
that really gets you. It's not
so much physical, but it's
the combination of the
travel and playing four
and five days a week in
heavy competition."
At the Zephyrhills
Shuffleboard Club most
people said they look up
to Ball on the courts, in-
cluding Tom Churchill.
"He's a great player,"
Churchill said. "I wish I
was half as good as him


Earl Ball with the two national titles he won in Hendersonville,
N.C. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)


because he's the best in
the city and really in the country"
The next chance for Ball to take the over-
all lead in championships is in November in
Bradenton for the National Singles
Championship. If he does not win there, Ball
and Williamson will team up for the
National Doubles Championship in January,


also in Bradenton.
"That's where I won my first title with
Stan," Ball said. "It was the first champi-
onship of the new millennium in January of
2000 and it would be fitting if we could win
that to set the record. Of course I want to
win in November too"'


Stan Williamson (left) and Earl Ball display the titles won in Hendersonville. Williamson has
the doubles title the two claimed and Ball has the singles championship trophy.


Van Dyke Church golf
tournament
Van Dyke Church journeymen are
sponsoring a charity golf tournament at
Heritage Harbor Golf & Country Club
in Lutz at 8 a.m. Oct. I6b to support the
church's special needs ministry.
Registration opens at 7 a.m. day of the
event.The cost is $90 per golfer.
Those who sign up before Oct. I re-
ceive a free embroidered golf shirt.
For more information or to sign up,
visit www.vandyke.0rgladult-groups/men
e-mail Bob Hall at
bhalll663b@verizon.net.

One breath golf tournament
One Breath at aTime fifth annual golf
tournament is at 7:15 a.m. Oct. I at
Plantation Palms Golf Club, 23253


Plantation Palms Blvd. in Land O' Lakes,
Money from the event will go to sup-
port lung transplant patients and their
families.The cost is $125 per person and
includes green fees, cart rental, breakfast,
lunch and awards.To register, visit
www.obaat.org.

Outdoor group fitness
for women
Karrie Duffy, certified personal train-
er, leads an outdoor group fitness class
for women ages I6 and older at the
Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex,
3032 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes.
The classes are each Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 a.m.and
cost $8. For more information or to reg-
ister, e-mail live.naturally@yahoo.com or
call (8 13) 929- 1220.


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Barb Hayes and Mary Jane Kranendonk. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)


watch.Rpowers need to be at least 15-years-old.
All proceeds will benefit HPH Hospice,which
provides end-of-life care to people in Pasco and
Hernando counties.
"It'll be a fun day and we'll get some money for
a good cause," said Mary Jane Kranendonk, who
started the rowing club.
Early registration is $5 by Oct. I6b or $ I0 day of
the event.To sign up, call (8 13) 996-47180ore-mail
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Earl Ball ties record for

national championships

By Kyle LoJacon0
k/ojacono@cnewspubs.com

When it comes to shuffleboard national
championships, no one has more than
Zephyrhills resident Earl Ball.
Ball, 66,won two of the three titles at the
Eastern National Shuffleboard Championship
in Hendersonville, N.C., bringing his total title
count to 15.That ties him with Lary Faris,
who has retired from the game.
"It's exciting to have the op-
portunity to win so many titles,"
Ball said. "I've really enjoyed IZ
chasing this record because the I
guy who had the record and I
go back and forth with it. I Sh
wrote him e-mails saying that's
number 14 and that's number
15. He typically comes back and
says he's going to come out of retirement to
stay on top.'
The weeklong championship finished
Sept. 7. Ball took home the men's singles
and doubles Eastern National titles, but was
eliminated in the semifinals of the mixed
doubles event.
Helping Ball bring home the doubles
event was Stan Williamson, who now has


ROw a nd Paddle for Hospice
The Land O' Lakes Rowing Club and Bay Area
Watersports will have a rowing event to benefit
HPH Hospice at 8:30 a.m. Oct. 23 at Lake Saxon
Park off Lake Saxon Drive in Land O' Lakes.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
The event will include races on the lake,
medals and prizes for winners and drawings.
Spectators are encouraged to bring a chair to





Derek Highley performs the dynamic
hamstring stretch.

upper arms
so they are
at 90 de-
grees to your
body. Brace
your elbows
and forearms
against each
wall as you
allow your
chest to sink
forward into The corner stretch.
the corner.
You should feel a good stretch in your
shoulder and chest muscles. Hold the
stretch for 15 seconds and repeat 5-10
times. Benefits of this stretch include a
bigger shoulder turn, more range of mo-
tion of the arms and a larger swing arc;
all keys to achieving more distance.
While these two stretches may not
seem like a lot, they are two of the most ef-
fective stretches you can perform to help
you golf game.Two keys to any successful
training program are to build up slowly
and to keep at it.These stretches fit the cri-
teria.They are simple enough for anyone
to perform and can be done anywhere at
anytime, providing you with a great foun-
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IVorgan Pedersen third in the world championships
Odessa resident Morgan Pedersen, a sophomore at Bishop McLaughlin Catholic
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placed third overall. Morgan competed in the Amateur Junior Men's Division for
competitor's ages 14-18. He qualified for the event earlier this summer by winning
the national title in Reno. Morgan has been competing in wake boarding for four
years. He trains at home most days on lakes around Odessa and travels to
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Stretch for success

By Derek Highley
Golf Columnist
There was a time
when the question
"are golfers athletes"
made for good de-
bate, but not
anymore at least
when talking about
~professionals at the
top level.The days of
out of shape guys in bad pants on the PGA
tour are gone.
Professional golfers are not getting in
shape to look better in their polos.
Increasing overall fitness level is a great
way to improve your golf game.
I realize a few of us have neither the
free time nor the commitment to stick to
the type of fitness program required to
trim off those extra pounds accumulated
through years of beer and wings after 18
holes. Luckily, for the average recreational
player just a little extra exertion can go a
long way.Here are a couple of quick
stretches you can do anywhere to make a
positive impact on your golf game and
your daily activities.
The first is the dynamic hamstring
stretch.Tight hamstrings, the muscle that
runs along the back of your upper leg,
hamper lower body flexibility and can
contribute to lower back pain.To perform
this exercise lie down on your back, raise
one leg so you can easily place your hands
around the back of your thigh. Now com-
pletely extend your leg with the toe
pointed toward your head and hold the
stretch for about two seconds.Then bring
your leg back down. Repeat 15-20 times
for each leg.
This next stretch is the corner stretch
targeting the upper body, mainly the shoul-
ders and chest.To perform this stretch find
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-Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach

No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the beginning of our
work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf and that includes
keeping you informed.

Restoring Gulf Communities
We can't undo this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet. We have
been working with impacted communities since day one.

Partnering with local governments and community organizations, my job is to listen to
people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have 19 community centers
and teams in four states,Iistening and helping.

Restoring The Economy
BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and restaurant owners,
helping to make them whole.
More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have already gone to people
affected by the spill. We have committed a $20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate
claims, including lost incomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this
will be paid by taxpayers.

BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism recover and bring
people back to the Gulf beaches.
Restoring The Environment
We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams will remain in
place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast.
And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific experts on the
impact of the spill and to restore environmental damage.
Thousands of BP employees have their roots in the Gulf. We support over 10,000 jobs in
the region and people here are our neighbors. We know we haven't always been perfect,
but we will be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal.
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