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By Elizabeth Gwilt
Special to Lutz News
From music to wings to cars
and hayrides, organizers of this
weekend's Wesley Chapel Fall
Festival promise enough attrac-
tions to fill a whole weekend.
The festival will take place
on Saturday, Oct. 16 and
Sunday, Oct. 17 at the Grove
mall. Formerly called the
Wesley Chapel Craft Show, last
year the festival drew crowds
of about 30,000 people over
the course of two days, and this


year's attendance is expected
to be the same.
David West, director of the
Wesley Chapel Chamber of
Commerce, said the event has
undergone some changes in re-
cent years.
"It's no longer just a craft
show,"West said."We have such
a variety of activities now: food
vendors, pumpkin patches, live
music all day - you name it."
A custom car show is one
highlight of the festival, with
classic cars on display Saturday
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Artist Sabien C. Willard does a little face painting on Emma Sears
as Jill Cass of Wesley Chapel enjoys the 2009 Wesley Chapel
Chamber craft show.


David Henley paints a mock snake in the children's crafts area
last year. (File photo)

More than it seems at

the Rattlesnake Festival


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
When it started 44 years
ago, the Rattlesnake Festival
was very different from the fall
carnival it is today.
Jack Vogel was one of the
events founders and remem-
bers those humble beginnings.
"From the early days, the
festival was indeed a rat-
tlesnake roundup with people
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woman plans support group


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com
Lucina Radd lives in constant fear that
she'll go to sleep one night and wake up the
next morning in a world that has gone com-
pletely dark.
She's already lost the vision in her left
eye and her field of vision in her right eye is
diminishing.
The Wesley Chapel woman was diag-
nosed with retinitis pigmentosa nine years
ago, a condition that involves the gradual de-
cline in vision because the photoreceptors,
known as rods and cones, die.
Until recently, the 49-year-old has been
living in denial - but now she is trying to
come to terms with her condition. In a
major first step she has signed up to walk in
the 3rd annual Tampa Bay VisionWalk Nov.


13 atAl Lopez Park, 4810 N. Himes Ave.,in
Tampa.
The walk raises money for Foundation
Fighting Blindness Inc., a national organiza-
tion that funds research to prevent, treat and
cure conditions that cause vision loss and
blindness.
She also wants to start a support group
for people with vision impairment who live
in the Wesley Chapel area.
Lucina's declining vision has changed
nearly every aspect of her life, said Tony
Radd, her husband of 32 years.
It has limited what she is able to do with
the couple's twin 23-year-olds, Brittany and
Kyle, and the couple's granddaughter, 1-year-
oldAleina.
Lucina, once a software development
manager, has not worked in that field for
See SUPPORT, page 16


competitions for size, weight
and appearance although no
rattlesnakes were slaughtered,"
Vogel said. "Real gopher turtles
were also used for the races.
Children and businesses would
paint them and compete for
trophies. In the '80s, however,
environmental concerns
changed all that."
Plenty of rattlesnakes will be
present this year, but they are
no longer the only attraction.
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Lucina Hadd, who has been losing her
vision for years, wants to launch a support
group for others who also are struggling
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Sharing recipes is a source
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By B.C. Manion
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They don't have a fancy test kitchen, so-
phisticated equipment or years of formal
culinary training, but this Lutz mother and
son have big dreams.
They're aiming for their own cooking
show.
Years ago, they would have never pic-
tured themselves having such lofty
ambitions, but that was before they turned
their hobby into a publishing venture that
they hope will lead to bigger things.
Indeed, it already has.
Iris and Michael Raie are scheduled to
appear Oct. 15-17 at the Epcot International
Food &Wine Festival.They will be talking
about their cooking techniques and recipes
and signing copies of their book,"No Place
Like Home: Southern Cooking with a Latin
Flair."
The mother and son say their love of
cooking is rooted in generations of good
cooks in their family.


"My mother was an excellent cook," Iris
said. Her grandmother was too, she said."My
mom grew up in the kitchen cooking. I
grew up in the kitchen cooking."
Michael has cooking in his genes too."I
grew up in a household that cooked. I fell in
love with it."
When he was just 4, Michael said, Iris
caught him standing on a chair near the
stove frying bacon.
"I came downstairs and I smelled bacon,"
Iris said.When she went to see what was
going on, she saw that Michael had the task
well under control.
"Most boys like playing with cars and
trucks, but my love was cooking" Michael
writes in the cookbook. "My toys were an
Easy Bake Oven, play stove and pots and
pans."
While the mother and son said they have
always loved to cook, decorate and enter-
tain, neither expected to turn their passion
for making delicious foods into a larger pur-
suit.
The family used to live in South Tampa,
Iris said.They decided to move out to Lutz
several years ago after suffering some per-
sonal losses.
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International Food & Wine Festival. (Photos by B.C. Manion)


epilepsy, died suddenly while he was sleep-
ing.That happened in July 1997.
"I almost had a nervous breakdown," Iris
said.
Three years later, Iris' husband,Jack, suf-
fered a stroke that left him disabled.
The family decided to move to Lutz to
begin making new memories, Iris said. Her
mother, Lillie Pope, moved with them - and
at 85 she was still cooking.
"Shortly after we moved here, we started
seeing her decline," Lillie said. In 2006, Lillie
died, and while Iris knew her mother's
recipes by heart, they were not written
down anywhere.
Friends encouraged Iris to compile the
recipes in a book, and after she'd begun the
project she decided to branch out and add
her own recipes and some from her friends.
Creating the book was a monumental task.
As Iris and Michael made Lillie's dishes,
they had to constantly measure ingredi-
ents that for years they'd added by a pinch


or a handful.
The project was pricey. Buying the ingre-
dients to make all of the recipes was
expensive.
It also was time-consuming.They spent
many long days prepping the ingredients,
preparing the dishes and then cleaning up
afterwards.
Ultimately, they decided to self-publish
the book.
Their initial efforts of working with a
publisher were frustrating and disappoint-
ing.The company did not do much to help
them promote the book and its first royalty
check bounced, Iris said. Eventually, the
company went bankrupt.
She and Michael decided to try again
with a second publisher,Tate Publishing &
Enterprises, based in Mustang, Okla. The
new publisher quickly agreed to take them
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enough volumes they will recoup the
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Already, they are tasting more success.
They've been on radio and television pro-
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They recently taught a cooking class on
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They hope the Epcot talks will open
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Their next cookbook, slated to come out
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Lutz veteran selected to Purple Heart Memorial Hunt


Daniel Bond doesn't show
his 30 years of hunting rust

By Kyle LoJacono
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It had been 30 years since Daniel Bond
was on a hunting trip, but it seems the
Pasco Lutz resident has a natural gift for it.
He was one of nine veterans invited to
the 11lth annual Billy Ray Parnell Purple
Heart Memorial Hunt at Legends Ranch in
Michigan Aug. 30 to Sept. 3. All nine were
wounded while serving in the military and
received Purple Heart awards.
"It was unbelievable," Bond said. "The
most amazing thing is how much different
veterans are treated now as opposed to
when I served inVietnam.We didn't get pa-
rades or anything like that when we got
home, so it was very humbling to have this
kind of treatment and to see how much
public opinion has changed."
Bond, 62, was the only one from Florida
on the trip. Six of the nine were Vietnam
War veterans, while one apiece was from
World War II, the Korean War and the war in
Iraq.
In his youth, Bond hunted regularly


From left are Legends Ranch guide David Daniel Bond (right) with his son Garrett when G
Cudd, Eugene Bond and Daniel Bond with cially became an officer in the Marines.
the buck Daniel got while hunting at the


ranch. (Photos courtesy of Daniel Bond)

where he grew up in Michigan, but his in-
juries combined with the cold of the
Midwest state forced him to give it up.
Even though he had three decades of rust
to kick off, he did so quickly and got a 9-
point whitetail buck that weighed 180
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"The amazing thing is the last day we
took a picture with all the guys and the
seven deer we got," Bond said."It was great
to hear all the stories from the guys of how
they got their bucks."
All the deer will be stuffed and mounted
for free for the veterans. Bond said he will
get his sometime next year.
Skipper Bettis, the ranch's owner, said he
started the event because he had a friend
named Billy Ray Parnell who signed up with
him for military service. Bettis was not al-
lowed to serve because of a bad knee.
Parnell went to Vietnam in 1970 and was
killed in action.
"I do the event each year to honor my
old friend and to give back to our heroes,"
Bettis said."It's a small thing I can do to give
them a good time and thank them for every-
thing they've done."
Bond served in the military for two years
starting when he was drafted in May 1968.
At the time he was a 21-year-old college stu-
dent entering his sophomore year. Bond said
people needed to take 12 credit hours to be


New local office for veterans
The veterans of Pasco County would like
to thank Pat Mulieri, commissioner, for
being instrumental in obtaining an office for
the veterans service officer, advocate for vet-
erans and their families.The new location is
in the Central Pasco Professional Building,
4111 Land O' Lakes Blvd. For appointments,
call Walter Lux at (727) 847-2411 ext. 2719
Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.

"Stop-loss" claim deadline
extended
The new deadline for veterans, military
personnel and their beneficiaries to apply
for retroactive supplemental payments has
been extended until Dec. 3.
The previous deadline was Oct. 21.
Thousands of veterans who involuntari-
ly had their service on active duty
extended between Sept. 11, 2001 and
Sept. 30, 2009, are eligible to apply for
retroactive stop-loss pay. Stop loss refers to


considered full-time students
and avoid the draft.
"I was taking 14 hours and
dropped one class, which
took me to 11," Bond said."I
remember thinking at first
what if I get drafted, but then
figured they wouldn't draft
me and I'd just take 12 hours
again the next semester. I was
wrong."
He received his draft no-
tice three weeks later. Instead
of going to the Army, he enlist-
ed in the Marine Corps. He
said while it was not his origi-
nal plan, he was still very
proud to serve his country.
Garrett offi- He was injured Nov. 1,
1968 when he was shot three
times by an AK-47. The first
shot hit him just above the left knee. He
was down for about an hour in a swamp
before being shot again, which grazed his
back. He was hit the last time an hour and a
half later in his side near his hip. The last
bullet traveled up into his chest near his
arm.
He was taken to a hospital in Chicago,
which he stayed at for more than two years.
He had to stay for so long because a lot of
infection had set in during his two and a
half hours in the swamp.The wound to his
knee still gives him problems and he uses a
cane to get around.
Bond said his family has a long history of
military service dating back to the Civil War.
His father, Kenneth, was a pilot in WorldWar
II and his son, Garrett, is a commissioned of-
ficer in the Marines.
Bond retired from a job as long-haul
truck driver about two years ago. He lives
with his wife Rosa.
For more information on the ranch or
the hunting tournament, visit www.legend-
sranch.com.


the practice of the military to force troops
to serve beyond their separation date. In
Florida, more than 6,000 veterans are
owed stop-loss pay.
U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor is urging veter-
ans, military personnel and their families
to take advantage of the deadline exten-
sion to apply for the pay they should
rightfully receive.
"If your service was involuntarily ex-
tended during this time,you are entitled to
this $500 a month extra payment, so
please apply," Castor states in a news re-
lease issued by her office.
Those who are eligible must submit a
claim to receive payment. More informa-
tion about eligibility can be found at the
Department of Defense website, www.de-
fense.gov/stoploss.
Any veterans requiring assistance in
sorting through the process, or who have
additional questions are encouraged to call
Castor's office at (813) 871-2817.


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'Making Strides' to end breast cancer event moves to Wiregrass


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Thousands of people walked in Making
Strides Against Breast Cancer in Dade City
last year and organizers are hoping for even
more participants as the event comes to The
Shops atWiregrass.
The eighth edition is breaking from the
traditional location at Little Everglades
Ranch in Dade City for the more central lo-
cation in Wesley Chapel. Organizers from
the American Cancer Society's (ACS) Pasco
Unit wanted to give people the chance to
participate in the only such event in the
county.
"A lot of people know about the Relay
For Life walks we do in the spring, but
Strides is something we do each October es-
pecially to raise money and awareness for
breast cancer," said Stephanie Watts, ACS'
Pasco unit community representative.
"Money raised at the relays goes to fund re-
search, advocacy and services for all forms
of cancer. Strides is just for breast cancer."
The event is a 5K (5 kilometers or 3.1
miles) noncompetive walk around the mall
that starts at 9 a.m. Registration is at 8 a.m.
Pink ribbons will be all over the mall for the
event.
"I really believe in the event because it
raises money to fight the disease, but also
gets women thinking about and getting
screenings,"Watts said."My cousin (Christine
Watts) was diagnosed with breast cancer at
35 years old and my aunt (Camell Moore)
was at 32. It's not just for women 40 and
older."
Pasco County Clerk of the Circuit Court
and Comptroller Paula O'Neil has participat-
ed in the event as a walker the last six years
and has taken on the role as event chair-
woman for 2010. O'Neil has never had the
disease, but her mother was taken by it.
"It's just so beautiful to see people come
together for the event," O'Neil said."I agreed
to chair the event because of my mother


and we've lost several employees at the
clerk's office to breast cancer.We also have
several survivors who work here, so I'm re-
minded of how common the fight is every
day. It's personal to the clerk's office."
It is so personal to O'Neil and her Strides
team, Clerks for a Cure, they have chal-
lenged other parts of Pasco's government to
raise money for the event.The challenge is
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O'Neil said the government team that
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Last year the event drew 1,500-2,000 par-
ticipants and raised
$148,000.Watts said admin-
istrative costs are no more
than 5 percent.
As of Oct. 6, Clerks for a
Cure, which has 65 mem-
bers, had raised $5,765, the
third most by a county
team. That is a large num-
ber, but one team is on the
national Strides leader
board.
Jazzercise Bosom
Buddies has already
brought in $23,075, the
fifth most in the country
for a group. Kris Dail is the The Jazzercise
Jazzercise team leader and during last yea
her team will be leading a
stretching and warm-up ses-
sion to get walkers prepared for the event.
Much of the team's money came from a
fishing tournament called Reeling for Racks.
Dail said the jazzercise studio in Dade City
wanted to be a part of the event because
many on the team know people who have
had the disease.
"It's a small way for us to show our sup-
port," Dail said."We do a lot of fundraising


Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope's Pink Panther team. (Photos by Tammy Struble)


e group got everyone warmed up for the walk
r's event.


throughout the year from the fishing tourna-
ment and bake sales.We were determined
to get as much as we could to fight the dis-
ease."
The Pasco event also features the fifth
leading individual, Linda Davenport, who
has raised $18,595.Those interested in do-
nating to any team or individual can do so at
makingstrides.acsevents.org/pasco, where


Girl Scout Troop 80 had a team in the 2009
Making Strides walk.


interested walkers can also register.
For more information on the event, call
Watts at (800) 940-1969 ext. 5612 or e-mail
her at Stephanie.Watts@cancer.org.
"You can see how much it means to the
survivors and those still fighting it," O'Neil
said. "The really special thing is the money
stays in Pasco County, so when people pitch
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-Paranormal Investigations for teens, 7
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Editor and Citizens of Pasco,
A few months ago, The Laker wrote a
front page article about a desire to have
more convenient and more accessible recy-
cling in our county, essentially catching up
with the rest of Florida and the green initia-
tives that are slowly sweeping the world.
Many of you may not be aware that Pasco
County can only recycle the following, and
only for those who have regular, curbside
pickup: plastics No. 1 and
No. 2; clear, brown and
green glass; food cans; and
aluminum cans.
That's it. Yes, newspa- : -.- ,
pers and cardboard can be
recycled as well, but only
if you have the time and
resources to cart it to the -
nearest facility; currently
only on Hays Road in
Hudson. Some haulers are
offering curbside pickup
independently simply to
keep your business.
If your neighboring
subdivision is getting
newspaper pick-up recy-
cling then you probably
are wondering why you Pasco County r
are not. Don't call the to recycle have
county; they have nothing while Hillsborou
to do with it. Call the local dents receive b
hauler. This practice and
others like it occurs only because we have a
free enterprise system of trash hauling in
this county. I mistakenly, like many others
in our mostly rural county, thought the
county government was responsible for all
of this. However, it is not. Regardless of what
the residents want, which was evident in
the July 21 Laker article, the commissioners
have not sufficiently addressed our growing
population in regards to a basic health issue,
a stable and responsible trash pickup and re-


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bin


cycling system.
What they have done right is to establish
the system in the first place.The current re-
cycling facility was a smart partnership to
stay current with the needs of the earth.
However, the partnership is not as healthy
as it should be and the needs of the county
have changed with its exponential growth
to nearly a half-million citizens.They made a
very wise decision in hiring a very experi-
enced waste and
recycling coordinator,
but fail somehow to see
the wisdom in actually
-' ' working with that per-
son and implementing a
S' ' system that works bet-
ter.
There are many
other aspects to the
trash hauling and recy-
cling system that need
to be addressed and
remedied, but are too
lengthy to include here.
If you are a citizen who
wishes we had bins
countywide, please join
a real citizen's advocate
sidents who want group that wants to
o buy blue bags, work with the county to
h County resi- bring about this change.
is. (File photos) Our commissioners de-
cided to completely
eliminate the issue of waste and recycling
from the county's 2010 business plan,
which means they are not addressing this
issue at all.
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Beefs offers salads and wraps throughout the region
Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than
ever before. Samantha Taylor, owner of Pure Health Studios, offers tips on how to make
responsible choices while dining out at area restaurants.


By Samantha Taylor
Pure Health Studios
As many of you
readers may already
know, I hardly fea-
ture salads from
restaurants since we
all know that salads
are a healthful dish
-- if ordered right,
that is.
But, I just can't stop myself from shar-
ing this salad dish with you. It is just so
delectable because you can top it with
some yummy additions - sauteed onions
and mushrooms, anyone?
I would have never thought of putting
those add-ons to salads had I not dropped
by Beef'O' Brady's. I ordered the Grilled
Chicken Salad with blackened chicken
since I like a little "kick."
The salad already comes with mush-
rooms and if you want additional sauteed
onions, you can request it from the server.
They are both normally sauteed in butter,
so ask them to saute them in as little oil as
possible. I also always ask restaurants to
substitute romaine lettuce for the tradi-
tional iceberg lettuce since it doesn't have
many nutrients.
The trick to this meal is to eat only half
of it. I always order the dressing on the
side and just dip my fork into it when I


Add onions and mushrooms to the grilled
chicken sandwich and get the chicken
blackened for that extra "kick."
take a bite.
At Beefs, some other healthy options
available include wraps, especially because
they offer whole wheat wraps by request.
It's best to stick with grilled chicken
and ask them to leave off the cheese.The
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use it sparingly.
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SUNLAKE HIGH STAFF MEMBERS
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The faculty members at Sunlake High
have selected Literacy Coach Lauren Pantoja
as the school's teacher of the year.
The School-Related Personnel employee
of the year at Sunlake High is Judy Scovino,
the school's front office secretary.

CDS GRADUATE WINS
PRESTIGIOUS SMU SCHOLARSHIP
Billy Embody, of Odessa, has received the
NancyAnn and Ray L. Hunt Scholarship at
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Carrollwood Day School and is majoring in
communications at SMU. The SMU Hunt
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PASCO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS
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The 2010 graduating class of Pasco
County high schools amassed an impressive
number of academic, athletic and military
scholarships. Here's a look Pasco County
Schools' total scholarship figures for high
schools in The Laker/Lutz News' coverage
area: Land 0' Lakes High ($4.5 million);
Pasco High ($2.9 million); Sunlake High
($3.1 million);Wesley Chapel High ($1.6
million),Wiregrass Ranch High ($2 million)
and Zephyrhills High ($2.9 million).
ZEPHYRHILLS YEARBOOK
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word that it has attained a silver medal from
the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for
the school's 2009-2010 yearbook.

WIREGRASS MU ALPHA THETA
Mu Alpha Theta is the national high
school and two-year college mathematics
honor society.These Wiregrass Ranch High
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the society for 2010-2011: Zakary Adams,
Roxanna Albright, Hiba Alqasemi, Troy
Arcand, Marlene Azer, Felix Bello, Ermias
Bireda, Marilyn Boamah, Kingsley Boateng,
Katie Bonti, Alex Brown, Kelsie Brunke,
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By B.C. Manion
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On a recent morning at the Early
Childhood Campus of Carrollwood Day
School, a group of youngsters were planting
peas, carrots, lettuce, Zucchini, eggplant and
other vegetable seeds in earth boxes on a
patio.
When 5-year-old Abby Garavuso popped
out of the classroom door onto the patio, she
shrieked. The kindergartner could not believe
how much a plant had shot up since she'd last
seen it. She was beside herself with joy.
The plant was growing from a seed the
children had planted as part of an experi-
ment, said Betty Campbell, lead teacher at
the campus.
Besides planting the vegetable seeds, the
children will tend to the plants, draw pic-
tures of the vegetables, dissect them and
taste them.
The youngsters are engaged in the
International Baccalaureate approach to ed-
ucation, which differs from the approach to
learning used in traditional schools.
"I think the primary difference is that
students discover information. We don't
teach facts.We want thinkers.We look for
more than one right answer," Campbell said.
"It doesn't matter what you teach, it's the
concepts you are teaching:"What are things
like? How are they connected to other
things? What is your responsibility? All of
those bigger concepts," Campbell said.
"Whatever we teach here can be picked
up and taken anywhere in the world,"
Campbell said.The lessons are also develop-
mentally appropriate, she said.
Carrollwood Day School's Early
Childhood Campus at 12606 Casey Road be-
gins accepting children at the age of 2.The
youngsters don't become part of the IB pro-
gram until age 3.
The school also has its Bearss Avenue


Lindsey Sand and Zach Ruby sketch during an
art class at Carrollwood Day School. (Photos
by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)

campus at 1515 WBearssAve.,where it edu-
cates students in grades one through 12.
It is not unusual to have IB at the high
school level, but it is not common to offer
that form of education to young children.
Carrollwood Day School is the first
school in Florida to be authorized by the
International Baccalaureate Organization to
offer all three IB programs, from preschool
through grade 12. It also is the sixth school
in the nation approved to do so.
On a recent day at the Bearss Avenue
campus, students were engaged in all sorts
of learning activities.
Two fifth-graders sat in a hallway working
as a team to research the potential health risks
posed by artificial sweeteners.Youngsters in a
first-grade classroom sang Zippity Do Dah as


Jolie Bentley (left) and Jamison Jackson work with teacher Ruth Piazza to plant seeds in
an earth box at the Early Childhood Campus of Carrollwood Day School.


they put away some poetry and got ready for
another lesson. Sixth-graders researched con-
nections between an ancient civilization and
the present day.
The walls in the school's corridor are
chock full of examples of hands-on work.
On one wall, there are maps the children
have drawn. On another, students answer a
series of open-ended questions.
One question asks what they want to be
when they grow up. One child wants to be
a football player. Another, an astronaut. A
third, a musketeer.
Another question asks about their pets.
One child writes:"I wish I had a rabbit."
While some people may think the IB ap-
proach is meant only for highly intelligent
students, Carrollwood Day School takes a
more universal view.
"It's for everybody to learn how to
think," said Ellen Nafe, principal at the Early
Childhood Campus. "It's not skill and drill,
not workbook. (It's) 'What would you do if?'


'How can you find out?'"
"My view of the IB is that it is really for
any student that is willing to work hard and
wants a good college prep education," said
Ryan Kelly, CDS' high school principal.
Students at Carrollwood Day School said
they enjoy going to school there.
"This is a great place that has a lot of ac-
tivities and it's very fun," said 12-year-old
Jakob Vidal, who has attended the school for
two years.
His classmate, Sarah Katherine Massey, is
in her first year at the school. She thinks the
smaller classes and better technology give
students better opportunities for learning.
She said the teachers are helpful, too.
The 12-year-old said attending CDS has
changed her attitude about school.'Tm real-
ly happy,"Yeah, let's go to school'. Before I
was like,"'Do I have to go to school, really?'"
For more information about Carrollwood
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Pasco County Schools broke ground on Oct. 6 for a Culinary Arts
Academy at Land O' Lakes High School. The $6 million project is slated
to open next school year. Shown here, from left to right, are: Mike
Woodall (Construction Services), Rich Batchelor (Land O' Lakes High
School, assistant principal), Chip Wichmanowski (Pasco Education
Foundation), Jim Cacini (Creative Construction), Olga Swinson (chief
finance officer), Ted Williamson (William Dacar Architecture), John
Petrashek (Construction Services director), Kathryn Starkey (school
board member), Allen Altman (school board chairman), Rob Aguis
(Community, Career and Technical Education director), Heather
Fiorentino (superintendent), Ruth Reilly (assistant superintendent),
Renalia DuBose (assistant superintendent), Ric Mellin (principal), Rick
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COUNTY TRANSPORTATION
Pasco County commissionerAnn
Hildebrand will highlight regional and
county transportation issues at 7 p.m. Oct.
14 at the meeting of the PascoAlliance of
Community Associations.The public is
invited to attend the meeting at the Land 0'
Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land 0'
Lakes Blvd.The progress of TBARTA and
county road construction plans will be
reviewed.

GARDENING DELIGHT
HERB EXTRAVAGANZA AT ANNIE'S
Annie's Garden Shed, 100 FourthAve. in
Lutz,will host an herb extravaganza from
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Oct. 16. Fresh herb
cooking demos by Chef Cathleen Ryan,
herb gardening workshops by Patti
Schaefer, and food, drink, music, recipes
and more.The event is free. For
information, call (813) 390-6881.

SUPPORT THE CAUSE
YARD SALE FOR AUTISM SPEAKS
A charity yard sale will be from 8 a.m. - 1
p.m. Oct. 16 at 9961 Jasmine Brook Circle
in Land O' Lakes.All proceeds will benefit
Autism Speaks. For information or to donate
items, call (813) 428-4333.

RELAY FOR LIFE KICKOFF PARTY
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life
will have a kickoff party at 6 p.m. Oct. 19 at
Land O' Lakes High School, 20325 Gator
Lane. Come register your team. Enjoy door
prizes and food. For information on forming
a team to become involved, call Lisa
Stoessel at (813) 949-0291 ext. 5609.

KICKOFF CELEBRATION IN TRINITY
The kickoff celebration for the 2011 Relay
for Life of Trinity is 6 p.m. Oct. 19 at
Mitchell High School, 2323 Little Road in
New Port Richey. For information, call
Sheila Stiles at (727) 944-8602 or (727) 849-
1397.Teams can register at
www.relayforlife.org/trinityfl.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
PHOTO WORKSHOP AT BECK
The Beck Gallery will host a Color
Theory and Beginning Photoshop
workshop from 5-8 p.m. Oct. 22.The
class will cover color balancing and
basic Photoshop techniques.The cost
is $25 per person.There is a 20-person
limit.The gallery is located at 1720
Land O' Lakes Blvd. in Lutz. For
information or to pre-register, call Tana
Brackins at (813) 949-6557 or Susan
Slater at (954) 601-7209.

MACY'S SHOP FOR A CAUSE
Macy's announced its fifth annual Shop For
a Cause charity shopping event, which has
raised more than $34 million for local
charities across the country.This year's
event will take place at all Macy's stores and
on macys.com Oct. 16. Shopping pass
holders enjoy 10 or 20 percent off most
regular, sale and clearance purchases all day.
Some exclusions apply. Passes sold in
Macy's stores will benefit Feeding America
and The Family Violence Prevention Fund.
Passes sold online at www.macys.com will
benefit the Wounded Warrior Project.

FLORIDA BLOOD SERVICES
Florida Blood Services kicks off its fall
campaign for the Tampa Bay area.Any
blood, platelet or plasma donor who gives
twice between Sept. 1 and Dec. 31, 2010
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FAMILY HEALTH
BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP
The Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will
host its regular breast cancer support group
meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 14.The group meets
every other Thursday.The meeting will be
in the New Port Richey Center, 8763 River
Crossing Blvd. Light refreshments will be
served. For information, call (727) 842-8411
ext. 150.

FLU SHOTS FOR SENIORS
Hillsborough County Department of Family
and Aging Services and the Florida
Department of Health will administer flu
and pneumonia immunizations to seniors,
age 60 and over, at the Lutz Senior Center,
112 FirstAve. NWfrom 10-11:30 a.m. Oct.
20. Flu shots are $25;pneumonia $35. Shots
are free for those enrolled in Medicare part
B. For information, call (813) 264-3803.

EDUCATE YOURSELF
AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM
Community Hospital will host the AARP
Driver Safety Program from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Oct. 19 and Oct. 20 in Conference Room C at
Community Hospital, 5637 Marine Parkway in
New Port Richey. Seniors who attend will
receive a discount on their auto insurance.
Participants will learn driving techniques, new
traffic laws and rules of the road. Program fees
are $12 forAARP Members and $14 for
nonmembers. Seating is limited. Reservations
required. Light refreshments will be served.
For information, call (877) 442-2362.

BUDDHISM TEACHING CLASS
The Parbawatiya Buddhist Center will host
a class on Buddhism from 7-8:30 p.m. Oct.
19 at Bethany Center, 5121 Pheasant Woods
Drive in Lutz.This class includes two guided
meditations and a teaching.The cost is $10,
$5 for students/limited income. For
information, call (727) 797-9770 or visit
www.MeditatioininTampaBay org.

FESTIVALS, FOOD AND FUN
HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR
A carnival-themed Halloween Spooktacular,
for children ages 10 and younger, will be
from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Land O' Lakes
Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway.
Enjoy games, candy, moonwalks, face
painting and more.Admission is free. For
information, call (813) 929-1220.

PUMPKIN PATCH AND FESTIVAL
Seal Swim School, 19509 N Dale Mabry


Hwy. in Lutz, will host family fun nights
from 4:30-8 p.m. Oct. 15, Oct. 22 and Oct.
29. Face painting, pumpkin painting, a
bounce house and haunted house.Wear a
costume and get a treat. Free admission.The
pumpkin patch will be open through Oct.
31. For information, call (813) 229-7946.

KEYSTONE FAMILY FUN DAY
The fourth annual Keystone family fun day
will be at the Keystone Recreation Center
from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Oct. 16. Enjoy live
music, interactive kid displays, classic cars,
inflatables,face painting, food and more.The
center is located at 17928 Gunn Highway in
Odessa. For information, call (813) 264-3819.

WELCOME BACK FISH FRY
Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills, 38130
Pretty Pond Road, will host a welcome back
fish fry from 12:30-2 p.m. Oct. 22 to honor
their snowbird friends. Lunch is free with
proof of out-of-state residency or $5 per
person. To make a reservation by Oct. 20,
call (813) 779-4501.

SCARECROWS AND STUFF
Heritage Park Foundation will host a "create
your own scarecrow" event from 10 a.m. -
12 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Land O' Lakes
Community Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes
Blvd. Enjoy stuffing your own scarecrow,
face painting, autumn crafts,hot dog snacks
and more. Suggested for ages 9 and under.
For information, call (813) 929-1229.

FALL FESTIVAL AT HARVESTER
Harvester United Methodist Church will
host the 7th annual fall festival and vendor
craft sale from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Oct. 23. Free
games and activities, raffles and door prizes.
Live music featuring worship bands.The
church is located at 2432 Collier Parkway in
Land O' Lakes. For information, call (813)
948-2311 or visit www.harvesterumc.org.

FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS
HOWL O' WEEN AT WOOF GANG
Woof Gang Bakery, 19975 SR 54 in Lutz, will
host Howl O'Ween at 6 p.m. Oct. 15. Prizes
for most frightening, most original and best
costume. Enjoy ice cream and
refreshments. Matt McEachern Photography
will do free portait sittings.Admission is
free. For information, call (813) 949-3644.

SPOOKY TAILS IN LAND 0' LAKES
Parwick Kennels and Benedetto's present
the fourth annual Spooky Tails Halloween
party and pet costume contest starting at 1
p.m. Oct. 16. Costume contest pre-
registration is $25. Games, pony rides, K-9
demos, food and raffles. Pets must be
leashed.The event will benefit the Pasco
Sheriff's office K-9 unit. Parwick Kennels is
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and Hot Rods taking center stage on Sunday.
Entire areas at the festival are designated
just for the kids.Traditional autumn-themed
entertainment such as scarecrow making
and hayrides are available, but bubble ma-
chines, rock-climbing walls, human hamster
ball rides, moon bounces and face painting
are offered as well. Geoffrey the Giraffe
from the Toys 'R Us franchise will also make
an appearance.
Battle of the Wings is one returning at-
traction, with Texas Roadhouse, last year's
winner, coming back to defend its title.
Restaurant manager Karina Evans is con-
fident that Roadhouse wings will win again.
"Our wings are always fresh and we have a
legendary sauce," Evans said.
"We are changing things up a bit this
time.We are trying out a new flavor at the
contest, and we'll see what the other restau-
rants do," Evans said.

RATTLESNAKE, from page 1
The event, which draws 30,000 to
40,000 from around the Tampa Bay area, is
from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16 and
11 a.m.-4-p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17 at San Antonio
City Park. Admission and parking are free.
"We've tried to keep it as affordable as pos-
sible for a family to come out and spend the
day or weekend," said Stephanie Stephenson,
festival board secretary. "All the shows and
crafts and contests are less than $10 to enter."
Stephenson said it is more of a fall festival
today, but there is also an educational element
to the event. Part of that teaching comes from
the snake and reptile show, which includes
many rattlesnakes. Other attractions at the fes-
tival include wildlife exhibits, pony rides,
crafts, contests and plenty of food.
One of the highlights is the gopher race,
which is $1.
"It's an outstanding event and I have par-
ticipated in it for many years," said Pasco
County Commission Chairwoman Pat
Mulieri."In fact, I will be calling the 1 o'-



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This year, however, the competition says
it's ready. Ken Santo, owner of Santo's Pizza
and Pasta, says his wings are better. Santo
came in second place at last year's festival,
but he doesn't plan on changing his recipe.
"We serve a ton of wings at my restau-
rant. Our wings use the best products and
the sauce takes four hours to make," he said.
"I've eaten the competition's wings, and
they're decent, but I know mine are better."
Both restaurants will be selling food at
the festival along with other local eateries.
In addition to all the interactive fun, eight
live bands will be playing through the dura-
tion of the festival. Looper Band, GreenLight
Iguana, Bryan Edwards, and Ferengata will
perform Saturday, while Sunday's entertain-
ment lineup includes Harold Jones, Nunes at
Night,The Bucket List and 10th Concession.
"We are really hoping that families will
come and have a great time together; there
really is something for everyone,"West said.


clock gopher race on Sunday.
Many people think they serve rattlesnake
at the festival, but Stephenson said that is
not the case.
"The funny thing is we've never served
rattlesnake at the festival," Stephenson said.
"I hear that from people.We just have chick-
en, fish and other carnival food."
The day will begin with the Rattlesnake
Festival 5-mile and 1-mile races starting at 8
a.m. and 8:10 a.m. respectively.About 600
participate in the run each year. The start
and finish lines are both on Magnolia Street
near San Ann Liquors & Restaurant. For
more information or for a registration form,
call (352) 588-4444.
Also part of the festivities are the five
Miss Rattlers.The five new winners will be
out and about at the various events through-
out the festival.
Contests include the Corn Toss
Tournament, best Western Wear contest and
the gopher race. For more information on
event times, visit rattlesnakefestival.com.


Understanding the amendments
To better equip voters with knowledge of what exactly will be on the Nov. 2 ballot, an
open informational meeting will be hosted by the Republican Club of Central Pasco.
Former Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning and Representative Will Weatherford
will lead discussions on various constitutional amendments.
When:Wednesday, Oct. 20,7 p.m.
Where:The Senior Center, 801 Wisteria Loop, Land 0' Lakes.
Info: Connie Queller (813) 383-8355


SUPPORT, from page 1
years. She can no longer drive. She has trou-
ble doing simple, everyday tasks that she
used to take for granted.
She used to love to shop for groceries.
"Now, when I walk down an aisle, I have
to scan every single item. I can't look at
both sides of the aisle and see what's on the
other side," she said.
When she's home and wants to cook,
Tony has to help.
"If I have two pots going, I can't watch
both of them. I caught the stove on fire," she
said, noting it's a good thing Tony was there.
"The cabinets are a big issue because
they are dark inside. Even just getting a pot
out is a major ordeal," she said.
Cleaning off the counters is a problem,
too, because Lucina can only see small por-
tions at one time.
If someone puts something on the
counter - which her son, Kyle, is apt to do
when he's home for a visit - it's not unusual
for Lucina to knock it off, she said.
She enjoys being outdoors, but no longer
feels safe sitting alone in her backyard be-
cause she knows there are occasional
snakes there and a gator lives in the pond.
She can't watch her granddaughter on
her own, either.
Lucina can no longer sew, and while she
still enjoys painting, she worries that will
end one day too.
Just getting ready to go out for dinner is
challenging.
It used to be easy to match her clothes,
shoes and accessories and to put on her
makeup.
"Now, it's hard to distinguish the colors
or find clothes that match," she said.When
she puts on her makeup, she relies on her
sense of touch.
It used to take about 15 minutes to
get ready; now it's more like an hour and


15 minutes.
The couple's options for having fun are
more limited too.
They used to go on long drives to enjoy
the scenery, but they don't do that anymore.
Tampa Bay Rays baseball games,Tampa Bay
Buccaneers football games, movies and
dancing are out too.
"Everything involves sight," Lucina said.
Even conversing with people is more dif-
ficult, she said. "I feel like I can't
communicate as well because I can't make
good eye contact with people," she said."It
diminishes your spirit.You can't see peo-
ple's expressions."
As her eyesight worsened, she became
depressed and withdrawn, Lucina said.
"You isolate yourself.You don't fit in the
world."
People don't understand her condition
because she doesn't wear dark glasses,walk
with a cane or use a guide dog,Tony said.
Lucina said she used to hide her condi-
tion because she wanted to remain
independent. Now, she hopes that getting in-
volved withVisionWalk and reaching out to
organizations that can help her will enable
her to reach out to help others.
Tony is right there with her. He said he
has often told his wife: "You may lose your
sight, but life goes on and there are beautiful
things in life."
Lucina hopes that steps she's taking will
set her on a new path.
"I lived in this depression and isolation,
which is not the person I am. I want to be
back to the happy person I was," Lucina
said."I really honestly hope I can make a dif-
ference for someone else."
To contact Lucina about starting up a support
group,you can e-mail her at ljradd@earthlink.net
or call her (813) 994-6521.To join her team or
sponsor her in the VisionWalk go to
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In May Ed Krufka set out on a mission to
run 50 miles on his 50th birthday and now
that occasion is within sights for the Land
O' Lakes resident.
"I got the idea from a friend who told me
his father did the same thing about five
years ago and I've heard of others doing
similar runs," Krufka said."It hit me that my
50th was coming up and I thought about it
for a couple years.Then in May I had to de-
cide if I wanted to put in the training to do
this."
Krufka's birthday is Oct. 14, but because
that is a Thursday he will make the run Oct.
17, a Sunday. His plan is to start at 2 a.m. and
be finished in about 10 hours.
His route will take him from his house
behind the Village Lakes Shopping Center to
SR 54 east to Collier Parkway. From there he
will turn north on Collier for several miles
before looping back. The route will allow
him to run five to 10 miles per loop without
crossing major roads.
Krufka has run in 10 marathons, which
are 26.2-miles long, but nothing of this
length until he began with his training.
"I've put in 30-mile runs as part of the
training, but that's as far as I've gone," Krufka
said. "I've done 55 miles on a weekend,
that's 30 miles one day and 25 the next, but
the real mystery is what happens after 30
miles at one time."
Krufka said he has put in about 1,000
miles during the last 22 weeks, which is
about double what he would normally do
while training for a marathon.Also, because
of the very hot summer he regularly started
running at 3 a.m. to finish before the heat of
the day.
Krufka mainly runs alone so he does not
have to worry about someone else's pace.
He first started running for distance at about
8-years-old because his father, Ed Krufka Sr.,
did as well. He continued running in high
school on his cross county team.
Krufka's oldest
son Seth also became
a runner because of
P ,, his father. Seth, 27, is
currently a cross
county coach at a
school in Shakoolik,
-' Alaska.
"When he told me
that this was his plan,
., I was simultaneously
Seth Krufka proud of him and ex-
cited for the
possibility of doing a
long run of my own one day," Seth said.
"More than once he's insinuated that I
should run 30 on my 30th, which I would
say is a definite possibility."
Krufka's wife Lavinia had a different first


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Coaches with different styles

combine to motivate Bulls


Swimming team seeking
playoffs with new leaders

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com


Ed Krufka as he crossed the finish line in
this year's Gasparilla marathon. (Photos
courtesy of Krufka)

reaction.
"At first I thought this is crazy, but I also
knew he would be able to do it," Lavinia
said.
According to Lavinia, it is rare for Ed to
go more than a couple days without run-
ning.
"There was one time were he didn't run
for about three weeks after a marathon and
that's when I learned he really does need it,"
Lavinia said. "He just didn't seem himself.
He's not competitive with others, just with
himself. He keeps close records of his time
and always wants to do better."
One of the challenges Krufka has had in
his training is he travels to Atlanta every
other weekend for his job. He was able to
find a hotel with a running route so he
could keep up with his training.
While he normally runs alone, Krufka
said several people will be running parts of
his trek with him. Seth will not be able to
get to Land O' Lakes for the event, but will
be running five miles in the Alaskan tundra
at the same time to support his father.
Krufka has been keeping a blog during
his training, edrunning.blogspot.com.
"One of the interesting things is the feed-
back from people from the blog," Krufka
said. "Many people have said they've been
encouraged to run themselves. It's very re-
warding to set this goal and have other
people encouraged to do the same."


Neither Leah Zachewicz nor Tanner
Schmitz had ever coached high school
swimming before this season, but the two
have combined their experiences to pre-
pare the Wiregrass Ranch High squads like
never before.
Zachewicz, girls coach, swam in high
school and college and spent some time as a
professional ballet dancer. Schmitz, boys
coach, played high school football and was a
coach as well.
"It's been great coaching the team," said
Zachewicz, who teaches English and
Advanced Placement literature."Schmitz and
I have very different styles of coaching and
we use that to make the best practices for
the swimmers. I have the experience with
swimming and he as the experience coach-
ing, so we use those things together."
Those practices include about 40 minute
of dry-land training to work on the student-
athletes' core, legs and arms.


Coach Leah Zachewicz (left) and Taylor
Link during a meet against Mitchell.


"The workouts are really tough and really
make our abs tired every time," said senior
and team captain ToniTomei."We've never
really done land training before, but it really
helps us get faster.We also do yoga to work
on our breathing and it helps us stay calm
and focused."
While the two coaches are working to-
gether to lead the boys and girls teams, their
styles are very different.
"They are complete opposites," Tomei
said."Coach Zachewicz is very calm all the
time and Schmitz is very demanding of us,
but in an encouraging way.They work well
to get the best out of us."
Senior and team captain Makayla
Strickland said of have having dual coaches,
"They've been great.Actually a lot better than
what we've had in the past. Now we have
two coaches to go to if we need something."
Schmitz said he knew how to make the
teams stronger, the trick was learning how
to relate workouts to swimmers.
"In football the best way to motivate
people is with competition, which is one of
the reasons we embrace the idea of training
together as one team," said Schmitz, who
teaches history at Wiregrass Ranch."There
isn't a gender gap here.The girls beat the
boys and the boys beat the girls at times in
practice. It helps motivate them, but it also
brings them closer together."
That togetherness seems to be materializ-
ing.
"We had some drama on the team in past
years, but we don't have drama anymore,"
Tomei said."We have really good friendships
among the seniors, but we also let the fresh-
men in. Basically we all love being around
each other."
Both teams return most of their top
swimmers from last year and have nine sen-
iors apiece.The boys have seven freshmen
while the girls have five.
"The seniors have kind of decided to do
Continued on page 19


21 athletic scholarships awarded
Pasco County Schools released the num-
ber of athletic scholarships awarded to 2010
graduating students and central Pasco schools
received a total of $225,867. Scholarships
were reported by the schools to the depart-
ment. Land 0' Lakes High had 15 students
receive athletic scholarships totaling $175,526,
while Sunlake High had six totaling $50,341.
Other area schools reporting scholarships


are Wesley Chapel High with four totaling
$102,488 and Pasco High with eight totaling
$855,136. No scholarships were reported for
Wiregrass Ranch and Zephyrhills high schools.

Lutz Leaguerettes registration
Registration for the Lutz Leaguerettes
2010-1 I spring slow pitch softball season for
girls ages 4-17 is currently available.There is
on-site registration at Oscar Cooler Sports


Complex in Lutz Oct. 12 and 13 from 6-8 p.m.
and Oct. 16 from 9-1 I a.m. Players can also
sign up at www.lutzleaguerettes.com.
The cost is $150 for the first child and
$125 for each additional sibling.T-ball is also
available for $50.A copy of each player's birth
certificate is mandatory to register. Practices
begin in November with the season starting in
January running through the end of April.

School spirit award nominations
The nomination form for the 201 I
National High School Spirit of SportAward is


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now available.The Florida High School Athletic
Association (FHSAA) will select one state
winner and submit that nomination to the
National Federation of State High School
Associations for consideration.
The state winner will receive a trophy and
will be recognized at the Academic All-State
Awards banquet in Gainesville in June.
Nomination packets must reach the FHSAA
office by Jan. 7,201 I.The selection of the state
award should be announced by late January
2011. For more information, call (352) 372-
9551 ext. 350 or e-mail Iring@fhsaa.org.

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From left are Bulls team captains Toni Tomei, Zac Serota and Makayla Strickland. (Photo
by Kyle LoJacono)


as much to help the freshmen as we can,"
said senior and team captain Zac Serota."This
is our last year and we want to go out on top,
but we also want to help the freshmen so
the team stays strong when we leave."
Both the boys and girls teams have start-
ed the season 3-2. While they are around
.500, the start is more impressive because
the Bulls do not have a storied tradition in
swimming. The girls last won a district
championship two years ago and the boys
are still seeking their first.
"Things are a lot more organized then in
the past and our goal is clear," Serota said.
"The goal is to make regionals. Our relay
team did last year, but we all want to get
there together this year."
That relay team includes Matt Menedez,
Brandan Hubert Leroche, Michael
Hernandez and Serota.
"When people talk about swimming in
Pasco County it's usually about Land 0'
Lakes, Mitchell or Sunlake," Schmitz said.


Brandan Hubert Leroche (left) talks with
coach Tanner Schmitz during Wiregrass
Ranch's meet against Mitchell.

"We're working to get into that discussion.
I'm seeing the swimmers really receptive to
the hard workouts we're putting them
through and they're seeing the benefit in
the pool. Hopefully this season can be the
start of great things for us."


Lady Phantoms take Shocktober Tournament
Team Melendez 10U softball team, which goes by the nickname Lady Phantoms,
won the NSA Shocktober Tournament in Lakeland Oct. 2-3. They played five games
and went undefeated in winning the title. The Lady Phantoms won the championship
game over Flames 99 3-2. The Lady Phantoms practice at the Land O' Lakes
Recreation Center on Collier Parkway. Players in front row from left are Emma Oaks,
Mariah Melendez, Kylie Tipton, Emma Sica and Alyssa Gonzalez. Second row from
left are Jaycee Holmes, Haley Murphy, Kameron Aitken, Shelby Lansing and Ashley
Platt. Coaches in back row from left are manager Eddie Melendez, assistant Jeremy
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Academy at the Lakes six-man football
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year coaching the team, but the Wildcats
could not match up with Zephyrhills
ChristianAcademy.


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The Warriors (9-0) topped the Wildcats
(5-4) 54-13, spoiling the academy's home-
coming Oct. 8.
"We knew that the last three teams we
played were undefeated," Castelamare said.
"They were all good and going to the play-
offs.We were fortunate to get five wins in a
row before we played them and now we've
found out that we're just not up to that par
yet."
The Wildcats were not looking for moral
victories, but they managed to put up more
points on Zephyrhills Christian than had
been scored all year. The Warriors have
recorded six shutouts and allowed just
seven points entering the contest against
the academy.
"As far as on defense, they're really
smooth with the ball,"Warriors coach Mike
Smith said of the Wildcats offense."You have
to watch the ball against them because they
were kind of tricky and confusing."
The night started promising for the
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against the Wildcats.
touchdown run by Josh Roberts on their
first play from scrimmage. Zephyrhills
Christian added the extra point to take the
lead for good.
"We played pretty well at the beginning
tonight, but when something happens with
this team, someone makes a mistake or the
other team gets a quick touchdown, they
get down and really the coaches do too,"
Castelamare said."We need to get past that
and finish games. You got to give it to
(Roberts) because he had a fantastic night."
Roberts had seven rushing touchdowns
in the game on 10 carries. The longest
scores were of 63,60 and 49 yards. Roberts
also had 285 yards.
"They were sending the blitz and I was
able to bounce it to the outside," Roberts
said. "The line did their job and opened up
holes for me."
Warner had 41 yards rushing on eight
carries and one touchdown.The other acad-
emy score came on a 23-yard run by junior
running back Jarrett Harvey, who added 79
yards on 16 carries.
Smith had high praise for coach
Castelamare.
"That's a heck of a coach and those are
character kids over there," Smith said."He's a
great coach and it's clear he's been rubbing
off on the players because they're following
that mold."
The academy finishes the regular season


Oct. 15 at Clearwater Academy
International. Castelamare hopes the
Wildcats will respond from the loss.
"As long as the boys practice hard next
week and get ready for Clearwater then I'll
be happy," Castelamare said. "We'll learn
from this and figure out how to beat a team
with an exceptional running back."


Zephyrhills Christian Academy defender Joel Mobley brings down Wildcats senior Alex
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2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Class 5A District 5
Plant 4-2 (1-0)
Alonso 2-4 (1-0)
Gaither 2-4 (0-I)
Chamberlain 1-5 (0-1)

Class 5A District 7
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Wharton 1-5 (0-1)

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Tarpon Springs 3-3 (2-0)
Fivay 1-3 (1-1)
River Ridge 2-4 (1-I1)
Hudson 0-5 (0-2)
Ridgewood 0-6 (0-2)


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Pasco 5-0 (3-0)
Sunlake 5-0 (3-0)
Mitchell 5-1 (3-0)
Gulf 3-3 (0-3)
Wesley Chapel 2-4 (0-3)
Anclote 1-4 (0-3)
Zephyrhills 0-5 (0-3)

Class 2A District 5
Jesuit 6-0 (3-0)
Middleton 2-3 (2-1)
Robinson 4-1 (1-1)
Strawberry Crest 3-2 (1-1)
Steinbrenner 2-3 (1-1)
Lennard 4-2 (1-2)
St. Petersburg Catholic 1-5 (0-3)


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Quartaius "Michael" Aquinn

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Atlanta, and Georgia and Rahmesicia Brown, Charleston S.C.; brothers Gary
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