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Traffic slows as county upgrades Lutz-Lake Fern


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
The project to improve W Lutz-Lake Fern
Road took another step forward when con-
struction began to widen the street Sept 13.
The current job is widening Lutz-Lake
Fern from a two-lane undivided road to a
four-lane divided street from just east of the
Suncoast Parkway to the Boulevard of the
Roses, according to Hillsborough County
project manager Edward Arnold. It will cost
$9.9 million.
Construction to widen the road from just
west of the Suncoast to where the second
phase begins was finished in February. It is
set to be completed around May 2011.
In addition a planned but unfunded
project will continue the widening from the
Boulevard of the Roses to 300 feet west of
Dale Mabry Highway.The estimated cost for
the three-phase project is $58.4 million, ac-
cording to Hillsborough Public Works
spokesperson Steve Valdez.
A few years ago the stretch of road in
western Lutz was mostly traveled by resi-
dents going to and from their homes, but
that changed with the opening of
Steinbrenner High for the 2009-10 school
year. Both McKitrick Elementary and
Martinez Middle were already in the area,
but the high school increased the daily traf-
fic on the road nearly to the bursting point.
"Each day, we encounter new challenges
as parents, student drivers and school buses


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The entrance to Steinbrenner High, Martinez Middle and McKitrick Elementary is in the
middle of the current project to widen W. Lutz-Lake Fern Road. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)


mingle with those just trying to pass by on
their way to some other location," said
Steinbrenner principal Brenda Grasso.
"Closing lanes and changing traffic patterns
on the road obviously slow the traffic down
considerably.We encourage parents to have
their sons and daughters take the bus, and
we ask them for patience as the county con-
tinues this effort."
Grasso said a winding road was added on
the high school's campus to get vehicles
coming to the school off Lutz-Lake Fern to
help with traffic.
The first phase of the widening stopped
just to the west of the entrance to the three
See TRAFFIC, page 16


Jacob and Michael Rush took a trip with the South Pasco Predators to a Buccaneers gamn
this year. (Photos courtesy of Michael Rush)

Jacob Rush not slowed by cerebral palsy


Wesley Chapel kid assists
Land 0' Lakes team
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Like many boys,Jacob Rush loves foot-
ball, but being born with cerebral palsy
makes it impossible to play the game.
Jacob, 11, has not let his condition pre-
vent him from being a part of South Pasco
Predators mitey mite team. He leads the
stretching and agility drills to start practices
and helps as an assistant coach
"It makes me feel like I'm part of the
team," said Jacob, of Wesley Chapel."I get to
call out the drill and blow the whistle dur-
ing warm-ups and help my dad coach the


offense and defense in
practice and games." "It makes
Jacob's father,
Michael, is an assistant mefeel
on the team, which is like I'm
part of the national
Pop Warner football part of
program and plays its the team."
home games at the
Land 0' Lakes -Jacob Rush
Recreation Complex
on Collier Parkway.
Players are ages 7-9. His other son, 9-year-old
Caleb, plays on the team, which has started
the season 3-1.
"I get the most joy out of him being able
to be in sports," Michael said. "I was very
nervous that parents or the kids might not
See JACOB RUSH, page 16


Steinbrenner High principal Brenda Grasso
(right) talks with secretary Alice Thomas.

State planners object

to "opt-out" provision

in community plan

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
Reviewers from the state Department of
CommunityAffairs have objected to a pro-
posed provision in Hillsborough County
community plans that would allow individ-
ual property owners to "opt-out" of the
plans.
Like Lutz activist Denise Layne, the DCA
says that allowing single property owners to
choose not to be included in the plan cre-
ates uncertainty and undermines the entire
purpose of community planning.
Mike McDaniel, chief of the state's Office
of Comprehensive Planning, outlines those
and other objections to the county's pro-
posed Seffner/Mango and Brandon
community plans in an Oct. 1 letter to Ken
Hagan, chairman of the Hillsborough
County Commission.
The county must address the state's ob-
jections to the plans when they resubmit
them within 60 days.
While neither of these plans applies di-
rectly to Lutz, Layne has sounded an alarm
that allowing the "opt-out" provision in any
plan could set a dangerous precedent and
work against efforts by local residents to
have a greater voice about what happens in
their communities.
The DCA agrees.
See OPT-OUT, page 16


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Heroes 'N Heels fight breast cancer
Men from around
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ticipated in University
Community Hospital's
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The walkers raised
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high heels.All the
money raised will go to
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Seen are Lutz residents Jason Paules, Matt Paules, Greg Paules a mammogram for a
and Russ Laggan with Frank Luis and Mario Leon during woman who would
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Drop off new or used bras at Cameo Salon & Spa and $1 per bra will be donated to the Breast
Cancer Center at University Community Hospital. Cameo's staff shows off some of the bras
donated after just one day of the fundraiser.From left are Michael Gold, Lori Malm, Brittany
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Cameo donates $1 per bra for free mammograms


Cameo Salon & Spa is urging women to
drop off new or used bras at its Lutz salon
to show their support during Breast Cancer
Awareness Month in October.
For every bra received, Cameo will do-
nate $1 to the Breast Cancer Center at
University Community Hospital. Every $100
raised will provide free mammograms for
women without insurance.At the end of the
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domestic violence.
"We hope to raise several thousand dol-
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Cameo is displaying donated bras outside
its location at 1817 Collier Parkway.
"We are hooking the bras together to
show our support for breast cancer aware-
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inside every night to keep them in good
condition so they can be donated later on.
We expect to have hundreds of bras flying
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Market at the Old Lutz School returns
The Lutz-Land O' Lakes Women's Club's annual market event returned this year as Market
at the Old Lutz School.Vendors from around the area set up shop Oct. 2. Money raised from
vendor booth rentals and food sales went to support the Old Lutz School and the club,
which will give the money to various area charities like the Boy and Girl Scout troops.
(Photos by Anthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com)
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The Market at the Old Lutz School moved from its traditional location at Bullard Park to the
schoolhouse this year. Seen are some of the items that were available at the event.


The ladies in green from the Lutz-Land 0' Lakes Women's Club take a short break from
their duties at this year's Market at the Old Lutz School.

CORRECTION
A story in the Sept. 29 newspaper about the Lutz Market at the Old Lutz School
should have said "Kraemer is very happy with bringing back the Lutz tradition after its
one-year hiatus mainly because it can help bring the community together."




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Collaborative divorce provides dignified end to marriage


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.comrn

Is it really possible to have a civilized di-
vorce?
The answer to that is - yes - if both par-
ties are willing to agree at the outset that
they and their attorneys will work as a team
to settle, not litigate, their divorce, said attor-
ney StuWebb.
Webb, an attorney
from Minneapolis,
Minn., is the man
who started the col-
laborative approach
to divorce two
decades ago.
Webb said he
came up with the Stu Webb
idea after litigating
family law cases for about 20 years.
"The litigating system takes a lot out of
everybody,"Webb said. Parents and children
aren't the only ones who get stressed out,
he said.Judges and attorneys do, too.
It got to the point that Webb thought
about quitting, but upon further reflection
decided there must be a better way.
"On Jan. 1, 1990,1 declared myself a col-
laborative lawyer,"Webb said.At the time, he
was the only one.
So, he began recruiting other attorneys
who would be willing to try a new ap-
proach that would change the role that
lawyers played in divorce cases.
It turns out,Webb said, the collaborative
approach appealed to other attorneys, too."I
wasn't alone in having that feeling that "I

With Webb's
model, instead of bat-
tling each other,
attorneys and clients
agree to work togeth-
er as a team to reach
a settlement.
Each attorney is
there to represent the
interests of his or her Ron Ousky
client, but from the outset everyone is com-
mitted to settling the case, said Ron Ousky,
an attorney from Edina, Minn., who, along
withWebb, co-authored"The Collaborative
Way to Divorce:The Revolutionary Method
that Results in Less Stress, Lower Costs, and


Happier Kids."
If the settlement falls apart for any rea-
son, both clients must find different
attorneys to represent them in divorce
court, Ousky said.
Ousky said he began practicing collabo-
rative law because he had become
increasingly frustrated by the damage done
during traditional divorce cases.
Collaborative divorce is more than just
being nicer to each other while working out
a settlement, Ousky said."It's about getting
higher quality agreements that will last over
the years."
Collaborative divorce also is completely
different than mediation, added Pauline
Tesler, an attorney based in Mill Valley, Calif.,
who is perhaps the most experienced train-
er in the field of collaborative law.
Mediation uses a neutral third party,
while each party has an attorney in collabo-
rative divorce.
With collaborative divorce,"your lawyer
is by your side at the core of the negotia-
tion," Tesler said. "You've got two trained
problem solvers in the room," she said, refer-
ring to the attorneys. "You get a lot of
creative brain power."
While still largely unknown to many peo-
ple, the use of collaborative divorce is gaining
acceptance, said Talia Katz, executive director
of the InternationalAcademy of Collaborative
Professionals, based in Phoenix.
The nonprofit organization began with
about 50 members a decade ago. It now has
4,300 members from 24 countries. The
group's annual conference, which will be
held this fall inWashington, D.C.,is expect-
ed to draw 700 practitioners.
Wesley Chapel attorney Don McBath has
embraced the approach as an avenue to
achieve a fair resolution for all.
The approach represents a total depar-
ture from McBath's old attitude, when he
gloried in a win-at-all-costs approach to gain-
ing custody of children for his clients.
"I was a monster. I was notorious. I was
one of the nastiest divorce attorneys in
Tampa Bay," McBath said. "Looking back, I
helped gained custody for people who real-
ly shouldn't have gotten custody and I feel
bad about it."
Now, McBath's focus is on helping di-
vorcing couples to end their marriage in a
way that is fair to both parties and prevents


"I was a monster. I was notorious. I was one of the
nastiest divorce attorneys in Tampa Bay. Looking
back, I helped gained custody for people who really
shouldn't have gotten custody and I feel bad about it."
- Don McBath, Wesley Chapel attorney


children being used as pawns.
"Divorce is an emotional issue, no matter
how you cut it," Katz said."It is much than
just a legal event," she added.
Collaborative divorce, she said, is essential-
ly a "commitment to problem solve." It's also a
decision to avoid a court-ordered decision, she
said. "It's all about
client self-determina-
tion."'
Another advantage
to the approach is
that a settlement
spells out exactly
what each party can
expect, Ousky added.
"If you leave it up to a
judge there is always Don McBath
a lot of uncertainty about what is going to
happen."
Besides the two attorneys and the divorc-
ing spouses, the team can involve other
members as well, McBath said.
Team members can vary from case to case,
but generally include a mental health profes-
sional to help spouses manage
their emotions, a child specialist to
help the parents work out a plan Is co
for the children and an expert to Ifthes
help sort out the finances. divorce
About 84 percent of the collab- wa
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made within 12 months. proc
In collaborative divorce, the court
parties set the pace for the settle- Source:
ment, Katz said. "They're not


waiting on hearings, court dates."
While conventional divorce generally is
adversarial, collaborative divorce requires an
ability to put aside hostility and to work joint-
ly to resolve issues.
The option isn't the best choice for
everyone, McBath said.
If spouses can no longer agree to any-
thing or are not even on speaking terms,
they would not be a good fit for collabora-
tive divorce, McBath said.
By creating one team, everyone is work-
ing together - to resolve issues, McBath said.
"There's a pledge, from the very begin-
ning, that we are going to settle this case,"
McBath said. "We're not trying to beat each
other up. It doesn't become a battle of the
experts," McBath said.
"Everybody has got to be honest in this
venture and has to be sincere about want-
ing to settle this thing fairly," McBath added.
"It's not going to work if you've got people
who are selfish and who are thinking only
about,How can I get out of this thing and
get the most that I can?'"


llaborative divorce right for you?
e values are important to you, collaborative
.e is likely to be a workable option for you:
nt to maintain the tone of respect, even when
disagree.
nt to prioritize the needs of our children.
needs and those of my spouse require equal
ideration, and I will listen objectively.
ieve that working creatively and cooperatively
es issues.
important to reach beyond today's frustration
pain to plan for the future.
behave ethically toward my spouse.
oose to maintain control of the divorce
ess with my spouse, and not relegate it to the
ts.
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Salcedo graduates basic training
Army Pvt. KristinA. Salcedo has graduat-
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During the nine weeks of training, Salcedo
studied the Army mission and received in-
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physical fitness, first aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading and land naviga-
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combat and field maneuvers and tactics.
Salcedo is the daughter of JeraldVann of
Lutz.

Phone cards help overseas troops
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
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This summer, CARES donated $25,000
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Military benefit deadline approaches


Military members whose service was in-
voluntarily extended, or whose retirement
was suspended between Sept. 11,2001 and
Sept. 30, 2009, due to stop loss are entitled
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month they were extended, according to
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Only about 58,000 of the 145,000 eligi-
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Coldwell Banker agents and employees
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The information can be found on their
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By Randall Grantham
Community Columnist
Hello, my name is
Randy and I am a
brickoholic.That was
my mantra before,
but now, I'm clean!
That's right, after
years of gathering,
stacking and laying
out brick walkways,
pads and parking areas, I am cured of my
brick obsession.
As you know, I had a serious brick prob-
lem and, I admit I was addicted to bricks. I
started, as most casual users do, with pavers.
Old school popcorn rock pavers. A few
here, a few there. Next thing I knew, I was
sneaking off with bricks found anywhere.
In my last post about this subject, I said
my "brick problem" was that I didn't have
enough bricks.Well, after this last load of
bricks, I think that I have enough. By my
count, I have more than 5,000 bricks
cleaned, stacked and ready for deployment.
Does that prove that I'm cured? No. But
the fact that I walked right past 20 or 30
Tampa street bricks, stacked unsecured on
the side of the street in downtownTampa,
not once, not twice but three times with-
out even picking one up and carrying it
back to my car, or even seriously consider-
ing it, does.
But I did not escape from this culture
unscathed.As is true in any addiction sce-
nario, there are the unavoidable medical
issues.
You've heard of tennis elbow and
carpal tunnel syndrome? Well, I developed


brick-cleaner's shoulder.A version of ten-
donitis that hurts like hell and has
prevented me from paving over my entire
yard with the bricks I've acquired.
But seriously, I think that I have enough
bricks and I am thankful that my addiction did
not get out of hand and hurt anybody else.
I'm also grateful to learn that I am not
alone in my struggle. I recently read that
somebody in St Louis, Mo., also has a brick
problem. However, they've let theirs get to
the point where they are burning down
buildings just to get to the "special" St.
Louis bricks.
You see, after the fire of 1849, the city
required that all new buildings be built
from non-combustible materials and
dozens of brick manufacturers sprung up
using the rich clays of Missouri.
According to those who should know,
they are highly desirable due to their quali-
ty and craftsmanship. So people are setting
fire to vacant buildings and having the fire
department do all the mortar cleaning with
their high-powered hoses.
One guy that was caught loading up
bricks swore that he had only been mess-
ing with bricks for a week and now that he
had been caught he was gonna get off the
stuff.
Sure he is. But that's how quickly this
addiction can get you.We'll see if he stays
clean.
As for me, I take it one day at a time.
And maybe I'll take my next vacation in St.
Louis.

Randall C Grantham is a lifelong
resident of Lutz who practices law from
his offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He
can be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
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New lawns: to

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By B.J. Jarvis
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Each fall, many Floridians replace their
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are confused about if they need to fertilize
when sod is laid. Calls to the Extension
Service are answered with "not yet."
University of Florida researchers tested
sod to find out if appearance or health were
improved by fertilizing at the time of sod in-
stallation.Test plot results showed sod with
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fertilized until a month later.
There were differences though. The
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month later.Applying fertilizer before roots
anchor turf in surrounding soil allowed a
far greater quantity of fertilizer to be lost.
Nitrogen can run off into swales or
ponds or can move down through the soil
to the Floridian aquifer, the source of the
majority of our drinking water. Once
there, nitrogen feeds algae that suck oxy-
gen from fish, kills off other beneficial
organisms and frequently causes a foul
smell. Functioning waterways are used for
recreation such as fishing and boating, but
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for at least a month. (Photo courtesy of
the University of Florida)
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nutrients to move away from the root
zone, wasting your time, money and po-
tentially damaging our environment.
A final tip to keep fertilizer where it's
needed is to use one that has at least 1/3 to
1/2 of the nitrogen in a slow-release form.
Fertilizers with a higher percentage in a
slow-release formula are fine too; it's just
more expensive. Slow-release fertilizers are
encased to prevent the fertilizer from im-
mediately becoming available to the plant.
Each time it rains or the irrigation system
runs, little bits of fertilizer escape through
small pores providing measured amounts
of fertilizer over a long period of time.This
approach prevents burn from overdoses,
and from an economic point of view, it
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gardeners money also.
For a healthy turf, Floridians should not
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"Donna's beautiful butterfly
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"The true significance of the
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PUBLISHER'S COLUMN


Boasting of Publix
By Diane Kortus
Publisher
This week marks a special occasion for
our company. For the first time ever, today's
paper includes the weekly circular from
Publix Supermarket, the No. 1 grocer in
Florida that has 11 stores in our market area
from Lutz to Zephyrhills.
Landing the Publix account is good news
for everyone. It brings Publix 80,000 readers
in subdivisions surrounding its stores in
Pasco and north Hillsborough counties. It
prepares readers for Publix's specials a day
before its Thursday sales begin.And for the
staff of The Laker and Lutz News, it means a
premier account to toot our horn.
I hope you don't mind my boasting of
the addition of Publix to our customer list. I
share this with you not to pump our egos or
to be self-congratulatory, but because I want
you to know that community papers are
doing well and have a positive future.
Tooting our horn is something newspa-
pers do not do enough of these days. Our
industry seems to delight in reporting de-
creasing circulation and sales, as if we are
the only advertising-driven business model
that is facing decreased revenue and re-
duced audiences.Television, radio, cable TV,
magazines, even on-line advertising are all
seeing diminishing numbers. Unfortunately,
newspapers seem to willingly take the
brunt of the blame for problems all media
outlets are facing.
It may surprise you to learn that commu-
nity newspapers are the bright spot in our
industry. Two trade organizations, The
National Newspaper Association and
Suburban Newspapers of America, report


and weekly papers
that weekly newspapers have been affected
much less by the country's economic prob-
lems than daily papers.
"Community newspapers certainly are
not immune to the economic downturn
that is affecting all businesses, but as the pri-
mary and sometimes sole provider of local
news in a community, they remain strong
and viable," said NNA President John
Stevenson, publisher of the Randolph
Leader in Roanoke,AL.
Major retailers like Publix are starting to
experience what local businesses in Lutz,
Land O' Lakes,Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills
and Dade City have always known.You can't
beat the local paper for hometown news
and advertising efficiency.
It is our abundance of local news that
sets apart The Laker and Lutz News in our
market.We dedicate 60 pages every week to
stories about local people, local businesses,
local groups, local sports and local events.
The key word here, obviously, is local.
And local is why Publix added us to their
family - because no one penetrates deeper
into our communities than The Laker and
The Lutz News with local news and effec-
tive circulation.
As publisher, I can tell you that getting
the Publix account feels a bit like our com-
ing of age. It legitimizes our hard work of
the past few years to bring you a well-writ-
ten newspaper every week with stories and
advertisements that make life here a little bit
easier, more enjoyable and hopefully more
interesting.
Please join me in welcoming Publix to
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BUSINESS


A-OK Trophies celebrated its second-generation ownership at a ribbon cutting Oct. 1 by the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. In the
front center cutting the ribbon are Bobby and Lonnie Piper. Lonnie is the daughter of the business' original owners, Al and Ida Silva. (Photo
by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)

A-OK Trophy ownership passes to second generation


A-OKTrophies in Land O' Lakes celebrat-
ed its second-generation ownership at a
grand re-opening Oct. 1 that included a rib-
bon cutting by the Central Pasco Chamber
of Commerce.
Lonnie and Bobby Piper assumed
ownership of the 49-year-old business
earlier this year. Lonnie is the daughter of
original owners Al and Ida Silver, who
moved their trophy manufacturing busi-
ness from Long Island to Land O' Lakes


37 years ago.
The original building was an old pink
house that was almost at the same location
on US 41 as the store is now.The Pipers are
managing the business much the same as
the Silvers, manufacturing and selling tro-
phies, plaques, medals, acrylics and glass
awards for most sports and recognition pro-
grams.
"My parents have now passed on, but my
husband and I are carrying on the same in-


tegrity that this company has had for 49
years," said Lonnie Piper."We believe it's im-
perative to deliver great quality awards and
to see the look of pride on a little boy or
girl's face. This is why we are in the trophy
and awards business."
A-OK Trophies has a large showroom
and does all engraving on its premises.The
store is located about three miles north of
SR 54 at 3724 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Phone is
(813) 996-3383.


Gals Golf and Networking
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A new women's networking group that
combines golf with business is looking for
members. Sponsored by the Groves Golf
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(813) 996-6100. The time for the Oct. 18
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CONCERTS
FREE CROSSOVER CONCERT
Sonrise Worship Center, 18310 US Hwy.41
N in Lutz will host their first"Crossover"
concert event at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8.This is a
nonstop, high-energy, multi-media concert.
Free admission and free coffee bar for
attendees. Doors open at 7 p.m.
For information, call (813) 948-7555 or visit
www.sonriseworshipcenter.com.

HEARTLAND SINGERS
Dan Johnson and the Heartland Singers, a
local folk music ensemble, will perform at
Tims Memorial Presbyterian Church Leo
Erny Hall at 7 p.m. Oct. 30.The group has
members across the United States and
performs bluegrass and gospel, show tunes
and original numbers.A sellout is expected.
Tims Memorial is located at 601 Sunset
Lane in Lutz.To reserve tickets, call Dan
Johnson at (813) 949-7335.

COMMUNITY
PREGNANCY CENTER MEETING
The Lutz-Land O' Lakes Pregnancy Center
will have a meeting from 6-9 p.m. Oct. 8 at
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church.
Craig Chaise with the National Institute of
Family and Life Advocates will cover key
points on the pregnancy center becoming a
medical center and offering ultrasounds.
The church is located at 2348 Collier
Parkway in Land O' Lakes.
For information or to RSVP, call (813) 948-
7734 or e-mail Ana Stooks at
ana.stooks@lutzpregnancy.org.

SELF-WATERING CONTAINER
The Pasco County Cooperative Extension is
offering a free Self-Watering Container
Seminar from 9-11 a.m. Oct. 9 at the Land


O' Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land 0'
Lakes Blvd.Join Master Gardeners for ways
to grow ornamental and even edibles as
single plants or in groupings for a fail-safe
garden display. Pre-registration is not
required.To reserve your seat, call (352)
521-4288, (727) 847-2411 ext. 4288,or
(813) 996-2411, ext. 4288.

GREAT PUMPKIN EVENT
Carrollwood Michaels, 14829 N. Dale
Mabry, will host their great pumpkin event
from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Oct. 9. Stop by and
purchase a medium-sized craft pumpkin for
$5 and then customize it for free. Choose
from two designs. For information, call
(813) 960-3002.

KEYSTONE UNITED CRAFT FAIR
Keystone United Methodist Church will
have a craft fair 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Oct. 9.
Breakfast will be prepared by the United
Methodist men. Lunch will be available
from the youth group.Admission and
activities are free. Small charge for food
items. Keystone is located at 16301 Race
Track Road in Odessa. For information, call
(813) 920-5153.

FALL PLANT FESTIVAL AT USF
USF Botanical Gardens will host their 20th
annual fall plant festival 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Oct. 9 and 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Oct. 10. General
admission to the event and gardens is $5.
Garden members and children under 12 are
free. More than 60 vendors and a scarecrow
display will be featured.
For information, call (813) 910-3274 or visit
www.cas.usf.edu/garden.

PLAYTIME IN THE PATCH
Harvester United Methodist Church will
host Playtime in the Patch, for toddlers and


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
MUSIC EVENT TO BENEFIT MAKE A WISH
Window Genie, in association with Whiskey
Willy's, presents "Wishes Do Come True," a live
music event from 2-8 p.m. Oct. 10. Scheduled
to appear are Jaded, Rough Cut Band, Bitter
Suite, Razing Stone, Mojo Dragonfly and The
Bucket List. Food, fun, auction items and raffles.All proceeds benefit Make aWish
Foundation.WhiskeyWilly's is located at 1624 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. in Lutz. For
information, e-mail pascocounty@windowgenie.com.


preschoolers, from 10:30-11:15 a.m. Oct. 12
and Oct. 20.Activities include crafts, snacks
and a story. Bring your camera. Playgroups
over five children need to register by the
Friday prior to date you plan to attend.
Daycares and preschools must call the
church to schedule a visit. Harvester United
is located at 2432 Collier Parkway in Land
O' Lakes. For information, call the church
office at (813) 948-2311 or visit
www.harvesterumc.org.

AARP SAFE DRIVING CLASSES
Community Hospital will host the AARP
Driver Safety Program from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Oct. 19 and Oct. 20. Classes will be in
Conference Room C at Community Hospital,
5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey. No
tests required. Program fees are $12 forAARP
members and $14 for non-members. Seating
is limited. Reservations required. Light
refreshments will be served. For information
and reservations, call (877) 442-2362.

CLUBS
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Tampa Bay Newcomers will host a morning
coffee for prospective members from 10
a.m. to noon Oct. 12. If you are new to the


area or looking to meet others, join us to
find out more.The coffee will be at
Meadow Point II Club House, 30051 County
Line Road in Wesley Chapel. RSVP by e-mail
to csandery@tampabay.rr.com.

ARTS
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Play'nAround Traveling Children's Theatre
will present Little Red Riding Hood at the
Carrollwood Cultural Center at 3 p.m. Oct.
17.Admission is free for children under 4
years old, $7 for members and $10 for non-
members.Tickets can be purchased at the
door.The cultural center is located at 4537
Lowell Road in Tampa. For information, call
(813) 269-1310 or visit
www.CarrollwoodCenter.org.

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Van Dyke Church will host an Operation
Christmas Child Shoe Box packing party
from 9 a.m. to noon Oct. 9 in the
Community Life Center. For a list of gifts,
visit www.samaritanpurse.org.
Van Dyke Church is located at 17030
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Calling all crafters! Fall craft sales and fes-
tivals are ready to showcase local crafts
throughout Lutz, Land O' Lakes and Wesley
Chapel.

HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE
The St. Timothy's Women's Club of St.
Timothy Catholic Church, located at 17512
Lakeshore Rd. in Lutz, seeks participants for
its Holiday Boutique. It started out as a
small craft fair in 1988, and has since ex-
panded and changed its name.
Joanna Stomski, a member of the
women's club, has been in charge of the
event two years in a row. "We are looking
for more handmade crafting such as quilt-
ing, knitted items and floral arrangements,"
Stomski says. "We are no longer taking any
more commercial items or homemade jew-
elry."
Spaces cost $60 for a table and two
chairs inside, and $50 for an outdoor space.
Proceeds go to non-profit organizations
such as Metropolitan Ministries, Habitat for
Humanity, and the Salvation Army. There are
67 indoor spaces and 106 outdoor spaces.
So far, there have been 145 spaces filled this
year.
The Holiday Boutique has a reputation
for treating its vendors well. "We have a lot
of volunteers that help vendors unload their
stuff, show them where to park, and even sit
in a vendor's space if he or she needs to get
up for a little while," Stomski says. "Our vol-
unteers are courteous and hospitable to our
vendors."
The Holiday Boutique will take place on
Saturday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.There
will be about 150 craft and quality item ven-
dors, a bake sale, a plant sale, a raffle for
Bucs or Rays sports quilt, food, and music.
There is free admission and free parking.
For more information, call Joanna Stomski at
(813) 909-4469 or e-mail
joannastom@aol.com.

OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY SHOW
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church,
located at 2348 Collier Pkwy. Land O' Lakes,
will have a parking lot craft sale on Oct. 23
from 8 a.m. to noon.


Doreen Ward, a parishioner of the
church, started the craft sale last February
with her sister, Colleen, and will be in
charge of sale again this fall. "We eventually
hope to have the sale twice a year in the fall
and spring,"Ward says.
The most common craft at the sale is
jewelry, but Ward hopes to get more holiday
crafters and artwork this year for a variety of
crafts.
Spaces are about the size of a parking
space and are $10 per vendor and $5 for
each additional space. All profits will go to
the Lutz-Land O' Lakes Pregnancy Center.
Last year,Ward raised $800. There will also
be a truck from Gulfside Regional Hospice
to collect any leftover donations after the
sale.
"We want people to come out and see
what we have,"Ward says. "There are good
prices for good quality stuff."
For more information, call Doreen Ward
at (813) 997-1045.

CRAFTOBER FEST
CrossRoads Community United
Methodist Church, located at 26211
County Line Road in Wesley Chapel, will
host Craftoberfest on Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. to
2 p.m.
CrossRoads Community UMC has held
fall festivals in the past, but this is the first
year the festival will include craft vendors.
Randy Sawyer, a parishioner of the church, is
in charge of the event. He, along with 10
other parishioners, will use the money
raised at Craftoberfest to buy supplies and
go on a mission trip to Kabaale Village in
Uganda this December.
Indoor spaces are $30 and outdoor
spaces are $25. Tables may be rented based
on availability. The church will prepare food
and there will be more than 50 volunteers
helping out the day of the festival.
"There will be an array of crafts, includ-
ing handmade jewelry, designer inspired
purses, ornaments, rag quilts, clothing, Fine
Chocolates from PattyCakes and specialty
embroidered items from Sew Fortunate,"
Sawyer says.
There will be a pumpkin patch and four
large inflatables from Happy Jumping for
the kids. "It will be something the whole
family can enjoy," Sawyer says. "It's impor-


One area festival seeking local artists is Craftoberfest at CrossRoads Community United
Methodist Church in Wesley Chapel. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


tant to give the community something to do
in their own backyard without breaking
their wallets."
For more information, e-mail Randy
Sawyer at craft@crossroadsum.com.

BRIDGEWATER FALL FESTIVAL
Bridgewater Fall Festival will take place
Saturday, Oct. 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The
festival will be held in the Bridgewater
Community Park on the corner of Masena
Drive and Sotra Street in the Bridgewater
Community off Wells Road in Wesley
Chapel.
Lynne Tonte is in charge of the festival.
This will be the second year the festival
takes place. "We want to bring people into
the community,"Tonte says. "Bringing fami-
lies out is the focus." There are four schools
within a mile of the Bridgewater


Community Park.
There will be a gaming bus from
Games2u, a 4-D theater, hamster inflatable
interactive balls, laser tag, a rock climbing
wall, a giant slide, safety exhibits from the
Sheriff's office, food fromWoody's Pizza and
Bagelicious and many other vendors this
year.
Tonte is looking for more crafters and
home-based business vendors this year.
Parking is limited at the park, so addition-
al parking will be at the nearby schools.
Hayrides from the parking lot to the festival
will be available.
It is free admission, but there is a small
fee for some activities in the festival. All
profits will benefit the Helping Hands Food
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TRAFFIC, from page 1
schools.That intersection currently does not
have a traffic signal, but Arnold said one will
be added to help vehicles navigate through
the area.
Maxine Thompson has lived off of
Sunlake Boulevard, in the future third phase
of the project, for 10 years and has to drive
on Lutz-Lake Fern to get almost anywhere.
"The traffic has really gotten bad since
the high school opened, so it would be a
lot better to have the bigger road to drive
on,"Thompson said."I'm worried that traf-
fic will be 10 times worse when the
construction gets this far east and I'm sure
I'll be cursing the county for doing it then,
but hopefully it will get done sooner then
later."
Lutz residents further east could also see
a wider Lutz-Lake Fern in the coming years.


OPT-OUT, from page 1
The opt-out provision "undermines the
guidance for development established by
the community plans and will negate their
effectiveness in ensuring the long-range via-
bility of these communities," state planners
found, in their review of the Seffner-Mango
and Brandon community plans.
They also note that the provision does
not meet a state law that requires compre-
hensive plans to be internally consistent.
In another observation, the reviewers
note that the opt-out provision "renders
these community plans not meaningful
because the community plans are created
in order to implement a vision for devel-
opment in the community. Allowing
certain properties to opt out of the com-
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Valdez said the long-term plan for the road
is to widen it all the way to where it stops at
US 41 in the east.
Valdez stressed that no plans have been
set for the expansion further east, but the
most likely way to widen the road is to
build land up on one side of the street all
the way east and then on the other.
"It is a very winding road in that part of
town, so it will be tricky to design,"Valdez
said."It will be needed though as Lutz con-
tinues to gain population and with more
people coming to (Oscar Cooler Sports
Complex)."
The county is seeking input from the
community about their concerns and com-
ments about the construction.To do so, call
(813) 635-5400 or visit the www.hillsbor-
oughcounty.org/publicworks and click on
the "Contact Us" link.


and defeat the purpose of creating the
community plan. It would result in com-
munity plans which are not meaningful
and predictable because assurance of the
outcome of this planning initiative is un-
certain."
State reviewers have recommended the
county revise its plans to remove the opt-
out provision "in order to ensure that the
implementation of the community plans
achieve the land use form that furthers the
vision of the citizens of the community."
The Hillsborough County City-County
Planning Commission also had raised objec-
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owners to opt out. Layne also has warned
commissioners that there is no case law to
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out. He gets to be part of the team.
"The other thing is the players
get to see a kid like Jacob," Michael
continued."I've been a teacher for
23 years, so I know how kids can
be when they see someone a little
different. It helps the awareness of
kids to see that Jacob isn't disabled,
just a little different."
Michael is a math teacher at Jacob
Wharton High. Predat(
Jacob's condition stems from a Center.
blood vessel rupturing, which
caused the right side of his body to be less
developed than his left, according to his pe-
diatrician Dr. PatrickYee.
"Cerebral palsy isn't one illness, but a col-
lection of conditions caused by damage to
the brain and nervous system that cause
problems with things like learning, hearing,
movement, sight and other things,"Yee said.
"The symptoms vary from very mild to very
severe.'
Yee said it is not hereditary and added
there is no way of knowing if the rupture
happened before, during or shortly after
Jacob was born.


Jacob Hush has some fun with the Bucs
mascot.


Rush helps during a recent South Pasco
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Michael said no one else in his family has
the disease. He and Jacob's mother, Tammy,
discovered Jacob's condition very early,
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toms.
"Jacob was born premature and had to
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told us, but in a way we were very lucky to
find out early."
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pencil and he cannot hold it in place with
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he also acts as referee during practice, blow-
ing his whistle to stop plays when he sees a
penalty.
"I really want to be a football referee
when I grow up, but I could also do some-
thing with computers," Jacob said."I love
football and it's great to get a chance to be a
part of the team. Everyone is nice to me and
I get to be with my brother and dad."


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By Kyle LoJacono
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The tciiilbrcinilcr High volleyball
team set the standard for athletics at the
new facility by winning the first district
championship for the school last year.
While another district crown is on
the Warriors (8-4) to-do list, it is just one
step toward their ultimate goal.
"We want to win at least 20 matches,
win another district title, win the first
regional championship for the school
and get to the final four," said
xcilnbrciiIncr coach Staci Elias.
Everyone is reminded of the team's
accomplishment last year when they
look at the banner in the Warriors' gym,
which helps fuel the squad.
"It was really cool to be the first
team to have a banner," said senior setter
Erin McMurtry."It was really big because
we were a brand new school and we
came out and showed that we're new,
but we have the power that huge
schools do."
One of the challenges in starting the
program is many of the players came
from different schools. Elias, who had
never opened a volleyball program be-
fore, has had to use different methods to
bring the separate players together as a
team.
"She's had us do teambuilding things
to make us closer," said senior outside
and middle hitter Natalia Ortiz. "It's
helped us be more together out there."
Ortiz played at Sickles High before
coming to rcilircliincr, as did junior
libero Cary Anne Bame. The Warriors


The Steinbrenner volleyball team after winning the first district title in the school's history last year. (Photos by Allen McMurtry)


lost a close match to the Gryphons last
year, but avenged that loss in straight
sets this season.
"It was fantastic," Bame said of beat-
ing Sickles. "We came more prepared
and were extremely mentally focused.
We just knew we had to leave it all on
the court. It wasn't revenge, but it kind
of was because we all think we should
have beaten them last year."
While most of the older players
on NrciilbrciiIcr already had their
match against their first school this
year, McMurtry is still waiting to do
the same. She attended Gaither High
before ,tciiibrciiIcr, but the differ-
ence is the Warriors beat the
Cowboys last year in straight sets.
"I still know girls on their team
and I played with some of them,"
McMurtry said."I get to play against
the varsity team I would have been
on. It's a big match."
'%cilnbrcililcr plays at Gaither
Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m.
On the court, the action starts
with Bame.As the libero, she is the
first person to touch the ball and set
up the offense, which she has done
so far.Through the Warriors' first 11
matches, she has a team-high 112
digs while adding 14 aces.
"I have a lot of passion play-
ing libero," Bame said."I love the
fact that I risk everything to dive
and get that one ball and start
the play off clean. If I don't get to
the ball it messes the offense up,
so I have to go all out to get the
dig ... It's kind of a part of me. I
take care of the ball and give the
others a chance to do their job."
The next person to get the
ball is McMurtry, who tries to
put the ball in the right spot for
the hitters to get an unblocked
shot at a kill.
"We've got a great libero and
setter and it makes things easier
for us up front," said senior out-
side hitter Kristen Liguori."We
count on them to get us the ball
in a good spot."
Liguori has taken advantage
of the Warriors good passing,
leading the team with 112 kills
while adding six blocks. She also
has 20 aces. StE
Ortiz is tied with McMurtry M(


for most blocks on the team with nine.
Ortiz also has 27 kills.
Elias said Bame, McMurtry, Ortiz and
Liguori are the most vocal leaders on
NcCiiilrcimcr, but another has done so
more quietly.
"Megan Moyer has the highest hit-
ting percentage of any of our hitters,"
Elias said."She doesn't have all the stats
like some of the other girls and she is
very quiet. We call her the silent
weapon because a lot of teams don't re-
alize how effective she is until we put
her in and she gets a big kill."
Moyer, a senior middle hitter, has a
45.1 hitting percentage and 47 kills, 11
aces and eight blocks.
While the goal of the team is to win,
they have secondary ones that are near-
ly as important to them.
"They want to be thought of as more
than just a volleyball team," Elias said.
"They did a lot to raise awareness of
breast cancer."
Last October they wore pink rib-
bons, shoelaces and socks to raise
awareness of the disease. Plans are not
yet set for this year, but Elias said it will
be as visual as before.

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Lightning second in Border Wars tournament
The U10 Lutz Lightning 2000 fastpitch softball team took second place in the NSA
2010 Ultimate Border Wars tournament at Oscar Cooler Park Sept. 25-26.
The Lightning went 5-1 in the tournament, losing only to eventual champion New
Tampa Predators in the title game. Front row from left are Melanie Rogers, Callie
Turner, Rebecca Gaschler, Adyson Harvey and Lexi Whitehead. Middle row from
left are Ashley Smith, Brianna Lindner, Megan McClellan, Nicole Robinson, Jennifer
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As weather cools, fishing heats up


By Capt. Scott Keith
Fishing Columnist
I get excited
when, at the close of
summer, I start to see
mid-80s in the
weather forecast for
high temperatures.
While 85 might not
seem cool, when
taken in with a lower
sun angle and cooler overnight tempera-
tures, the effects on fishing are dramatic.
We no longer have to seek shelter from
the heat of the day.We can fish the grass
flats and mangrove lines any time of day or
whenever the tide dictates.
Fall is probably my favorite time of year
to fish.The trout bite on the flats from St.
Joseph Sound to Port Hudson doesn't get
much better. Granted, a lot of fish are small
to mid-sized, but there are some bigger
ones to be had as the water continues to
cool.The Spoil Islands near Dunedin are a
favorite spot during the fall, winter, and
spring months. Redfish are also on the
prowl and more apt to eat.
I like throwing artificial baits this time of


Nicholas Richey with a snook caught near
Marco Island. (Photo by Capt. Scott Keith)


year in order to cover a lot of water. Just
about any variety of soft plastic bait will
work. Rig on a 1/8 or 1/4-ounce jig head and
you're set. Live bait is still a good bet as well.
It was running a bit small in recent weeks,
but should be perfect-sized right now.
Let me take a minute to talk about a
great event I attended recently.Those who
read regularly might remember a "Take a
Soldier Fishing" tournament that Capt. Bill
Palaski and I put on back in May.We had a
great time and really enjoyed taking the
troops out for a day of fun. Naples guide
Capt. Mike Prescott was kind enough to
make the trip to Hudson to help us with
our event. He then carried the initiative
back to Naples where he hosted an event
of his own a couple weeks ago.
Prescott started to get the word out
about his event and the support exploded
from there.The community really stepped
up and provided a first-class event for our
deserving troops. Most of the soldiers were
from MacDill Air Force Base. They got to
fish the 10,000 Islands and Everglades
National Park areas just south of Marco
Island. There were about 50 anglers on
hand, many of which had family with them.
Fishing legend Roland Martin was also
on hand for the event. He personally had
two combat wounded veterans fishing
with him for the day. I was proud to be as-
sociated with this event and I sincerely
hope we can do another one in our area
next spring. My hat is off to Prescott and
the many folks in Naples who made this a
tournament to remember. I think I could
spend many a day fishing that area and
never hit the same spot twice. Until next
time, tight lines and stay safe.

Land 0' Lakes resident Capt. Scott
Keith can be reached at (813) 760-6735,
scott@tampabayinshore.com or visit
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Warriors (1-4) because it came in
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"It was great," said tcinlbrciilcr
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got to do it with our fans ... No one
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ers doing the job."
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ty win ever. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of
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Graham started the football program at
Newsome High and knows how the first
win can propel a team.
"Getting over that first win is a big step,"
Graham said. "Things should get easier now
because they don't have to worry about
when they're going to get that first one."
tcilnbrciiiicr next plays at St. Petersburg
Catholic High Oct. 8.


Gaither struggles at Hillsborough
Gaither sophomore Ja'Mari Cord tackles Hillsborough running back Tim Randolph. Despite
being stopped on this play, Randolph rushed for two touchdowns in Hillsborough's 40-12
victory against the Cowboys. (Photo by Rachel Mowat)

2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Class 5A District 5
Plant 3-2 (0-0)
Gaither 2-3 (0-0)
Alonso 1-4 (0-0)
Chamberlain 1-4 (0-0)
Class 5A District 7
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Tampa BayTech 3-2 (0-0)
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Wharton 1-4 (0-0)
Class 4A District 6
Wiregrass Ranch 2-3 (1-0)
Tarpon Springs 2-3 (1-0)
Fivay 1-2 (1-0)
River Ridge 1-4 (0-1)
Hudson 0-4 (0-1)
Ridgewood 0-5 (0-1)


Class 3A District 7
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Pasco 4-0 (2-0)
Sunlake 4-0 (2-0)
Mitchell 4-1 (2-0)
Gulf 3-2 (0-2)
Wesley Chapel 2-3 (0-2)
Anclote 1-3 (0-2)
Zephyrhills 0-4 (0-2)
Class 2A District 5
Jesuit 5-0 (2-0)
Strawberry Crest 3-1 (1-0)
Lennard 4-1 (1-1)
Robinson 3-1 (1-1)
Middleton 1-3 (1-1)
Steinbrenner 1-3 (0-1)
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- Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach

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Restoring Gulf Communities
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BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and restaurant owners,
helping to make them whole.
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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.
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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.
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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
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but we will be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal.
We will do everything we can to make this right.


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