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ORANGE ENVY
On the hunt for the season's
perfect pumpkin
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ZAPPING GERMS
New device at UCH keeps
rooms sterile
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WALK FOR A CAUSE
Local boy seeks fellow walkers
to support psoriasis cure
Page 4

ON THE BOWL AGAIN
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I October 27, 2010


HCC wants to expand into Northwest Hillsborough


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs. corn

Hillsborough Community College wants
to expand into Northwestern Hillsborough
County - and has received the State Board
of Education's approval to do so.
If this story sounds familiar, it's because
the state gave the college the same kind of
permission 10 years ago.
The college submitted a new request on
Aug. 26 because so much time had elapsed,
the state asked the college to update its pro-
posal, said Ashley Carl, spokeswoman for
HCC.


HCC President KenAtwater justified the
college's request in an Aug. 26 letter to
Judith Bilsky, executive vice chancellor in
the division of Florida colleges. The letter
was accompanied by a detailed proposal,
justifying an HCC northwest satellite.
Atwater's letter notes that the college's
enrollment continues to grow and that a
center within Northwest Hillsborough"will
greatly improve access to higher education
for residents of Citrus Park, Lutz, Odessa, and
Northwest Hillsborough County while also
relieving overcrowding at our Dale Mabry
campus, HCC's largest campus."
The region already sends more than


Marilyn Wannamaker, Lorraine Dabney, Cheryl Benton and Edwina Kraemer are among
the 90 members of the Lutz-Land O' Lakes Woman's Club that is celebrating its 50th
anniversary this week. (Photo by B.C. Manion)


Woman's Club celebrates 50 years


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's a club that rarely calls attention to it-
self, and yet, it is widely known throughout
Lutz and Land O' Lakes for the civic work it
performs.
Its roots go back 50 years and this week,
members of the GFWC Lutz-Land O' Lakes
Woman's Club will gather at the First United
Methodist Church of Lutz to celebrate the
club's 50th anniversary.
The club has invited about 150 guests in-
cluding state and local elected officials,
dignitaries, former members, members and
their spouses to drop in to celebrate the
milestone, from 2-4 p.m. Oct. 27.
Like many of its occasions over the past
five decades, this one will involve refresh-
ments: Finger foods and a big cake.
As guests join the celebration, they'll
have a chance to learn the club's story - de-
tailed in a video painstakingly created by
Cheryl Benton, chairwoman of the 50th an-
niversary celebration.
Benton culled through a half-century of
yearbooks to find the most telling details of
the often subtle actions that have improved
the quality of life not only in Lutz and Land
O' Lakes, but in many places beyond those


communities.
"I was amazed at the things the club had
accomplished over the years," Benton said.
This was the group that started the first li-
brary in Lutz, pushed for streetlights for US
41 and got a railroad crossing installed, after
a mother and daughter were killed near the
tracks.
Club members have a hand in all sorts of
community activities, large and small.
The club directs the annual Fourth of
July parade and organizes an arts and crafts
festival at Lake Park each December - with
both events attracting thousands of people.
It raises money to pay for scholarships. It
supports scout troops and other community
groups, such as the Lutz Volunteer Fire
Department and friends of the Old Lutz
School.
Club members pitch tents for events,
knit caps for babies in hospital neonatal
units, hold bingo games for retired veterans
and make sundresses for African children.
The list goes on and on.
Benton said the club strives to live up to
its motto - "Serve today for a better tomor-
row."
The club's 90 members come primarily
from Lutz and Land O' Lakes, but some hail
See 50 YEARS, page 16


3,500 students to HCC, according to a col-
lege analysis.
Residents from Central Pasco may also
benefit from a new HCC site because com-
munity college enrollments are not tied to
boundaries.
Denise Layne, an activist in Lutz, said "the
civic association is very supportive of hav-
ing a satellite location. It makes sense."
She said she and other community repre-
sentatives have met with Rob Wolf, a vice
president at HCC, who has made assurances
that the college has no desire to put the
satellite in an area against the community's
See HCC, page 16


ELECTION 2010

Choices abound

this Election Day

By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

It's a mid-term election, but voters have a
lot riding on the outcomes of votes tallied in
Election 2010.
Voters will decide who will be Florida's
governor and its next attorney general.They
will choose who goes to Washington to fill a
Florida seat in the U.S. Senate.
Other big ballot issues include proposed
constitutional amendments that:
* Will determine whether legislative and
congressional districts are prevented from
being drawn to favor or disfavor an incum-
bent or political party
* Determine whether class size limits for
public schools should change
* Decide whether voters must approve
future changes to a local government's com-
prehensive land use plan.
In Hillsborough County, voters also will
decide the fate of a 1-cent sales tax pro-
posed to pay for light rail, expanded bus
service and road improvements.
Many Hillsborough and Pasco voters also
will cast their ballots in the District 12 State
Senate race.
Jim Norman won the Republican pri-
mary for the seat, defeating Kevin Ambler.
But the race has been thrown into turmoil,
after Ambler sued to challenge the primary
results.
A Tallahassee judge disqualified Norman
in an Oct. 15 ruling, stating Norman had
failed to disclose a $500,000 gift on his dis-
closure form.
Ralph Hughes, a political activist and
Norman supporter, gave the money to
Norman's wife, Mearline,who used it to pur-
chase a house inArkansas.
Ambler sued to have Norman disquali-
fied. He also sought to his name placed on
the ballot, but the judge refused.
On Saturday, the Republican Party tapped
former state Rep. Rob Wallace to run for the
seat.Wallace is an environmental engineer
who, while in the House, once cast the lone
vote against the state budget out of con-
See ELECTION, page 16


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Pumpkin patches promote fun and support good causes


By B.C. Manion
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When it comes to choosing a pumpkin, it
generally boils down to a matter of personal
preference, said Coy Barton III, whose family
operates the pumpkin patch next to New
River Methodist Church on SR 54, just outside
Zephyrhills.
"Some people like a perfect short, perfect-
ly round one. Some people come in here
asking for the ugliest pumpkins. Some people
like the tall, skinny ones.
"Some people know what they're going to
carve already, in advance, so they want a cer-
tain shape.
"That's why I like to get a good mixture,"
said Barton, whose pumpkins come from
Ohio, sell for 50 cents a pound and range
from 5-200 pounds. The stand sells Magic
Lanterns, Ghost Riders, Pie Pumpkins and Big
Macs.
Besides picking up pumpkins at the patch,
patrons also can buy hale bales, corn stalks
and decorated scarecrows. There are also
cutouts of Halloween decorations, where
people can take pictures of children and
adults.
At Harvester United Methodist Church,
2432 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes, pump-
kins do more than raise money.They help the
church reach out.
The church recently had a Playtime in the
Patch, where pre-schoolers were having a ball
playing games, doing crafts and having their
faces painted.
The church also hosted a free fall festival
for families.
The pumpkin patch, which the church
has operated for several years, is popular, said
Pastor Sam Maihack. "We've already been
branded as the pumpkin church."
The pumpkins, which come from North
Carolina, sell for 50 cents for the teeny tiny
ones to $20 for the super-large ones. Proceeds


Laura Sutton (left) and Erin Grande wipe down pumpkins at the Seal Swim School pump-
kin patch in Lutz. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)


support the church's youth ministry and mis-
sions.
The Seal Swim School, at 19509 N. Dale
Mabry Highway in Lutz, also uses its pumpkin
patch to reach out to the community.
It has a family fun festival every Friday
night in October, where kids can pose with
pumpkins, jump around in the bounce house,
paint pumpkins and get their faces painted.
The swim school generally sells 3,000 to
4,000 pumpkins a year, but no purchase is
necessary to join in the fun.
The school takes great pride in the quality
of its pumpkins.
"All of our pumpkins are kept shaded.We
wash them.We turn them.We really baby our


pumpkins," said Melanie Stairs, marketing di-
rector of the swim school.
"Dirty pumpkins don't sell," added Erin
Grande, the school's director.
The Friday night festivals are fun, said
Laura Sutton, a customer service representa-
tive for the school.
"The kids come and they have their cos-
tumes on.They're just so cute and happy."
While there are full-fledged pumpkin
patches in some locations, other places mere-
ly offer pumpkins as a sideline - as a
convenience to their patrons or to draw atten-
tion to themselves.
Community Thrift Shop, at 21021 SR 54 in
Lutz, decided to let a vendor sell pumpkins in


Bryce Romonosky of Land 0' Lakes has
fun at the pumpkin patch at Harvester
United Methodist Church.

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tioned it would be nice to have a pumpkin
patch there, said Caroline Werter, a thrift shop
volunteer.
Besides offering a convenience for its cus-
tomers, the thrift shop also will receive 25
percent of the vendor's proceeds, which will
be donated to charities.
At Plant Stop, 3904 Land O' Lakes Blvd. in
Land O' Lakes, a small pumpkin patch is in-
tended to draw attention to the relatively
new business, said Pat Onorato, the store's
owner. The shop has also used a special
weapon to advertise the patch: "My little
grandson Gunner (Onorato) was out there in
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new device that vaguely resembles an over-
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The new piece of equipment, called the in-
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3200M, went into use at UCH, Pepin Heart
Hospital and The Women's Center Oct. 15.
"When we did testing on some of the more
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door handles, call buttons and toilet handles,
before and after using the device, we found it
killed almost everything in the room," said
Jacqueline Whitaker, UCH director of infection
control. "We took samples from those areas
and grew them in our lab and we found either
zero or one organism lived."
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an infection from one microorganism.
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development stage for about two years.
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the microorganism can't reproduce if it does
survive. The one or two that last die very
quickly and the room is completely sterilized."
Statham works for Infection Prevention
Technologies, based in Michigan. He said only
three hospitals in the country have the device
and no others are in Florida.
"We wanted to go with this device because
it truly kills anything left in the room from the
last patient,"Whitaker said."We've looked at
some other similar machines and nothing
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The mobile machine is taken into the pa-
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10 minutes to sterilize the room.
"We made it very user friendly," Statham
said. "It knows how big the room is and how
much electricity to use to clean it.You just
move it into the room and turn it on and let it
go to work."
Statham said people cannot be in the room
while the device is on because it will cause
temporary burning to the eyes and skin. To
prevent an accident, a controller is placed on
the door of the room being treated.The con-
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"We also designed this so the electromag-
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Statham said."People can walk by or look in
without fear of anything happening."
The IRS 3200M is also being used in surgi-
cal rooms at the end of the day, but the larger
rooms take more time to sterilize than hospital
staff can give between patients. Statham said
the company is working on a larger version of
the device to mount in the ceilings of the sur-
gery rooms that will take less time so they can
be sterilized as well.
"This just fits in to everything UCH is try-
ing to do to increase patient safety," said UCH
spokesman Will Darnall."Hospitals sometimes
get a bad reputation, but we're doing every-
thing we can to keep patients safe.This is just
one way we are doing that and the best thing
is it kills even drug-resistant pathogens too."
All rooms will still be disinfected as before,
then the device will do its job.
"We plan to use the same technology at
UCH-Carrollwood, our long term center in
Land O' Lakes and the Helen Ellis Memorial
Hospital in Tarpon Springs. It's the best way to
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Odessa youth Jacob Leuthold walks to cure psoriasis


By Kyle LoJacono
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What started as just a couple bumps on
Jacob Leuthold's head turned into a seven-
month search for answers.
"We went to seven doctors in that time
and each thought it was something else,"
said Jacob's mother, Susan. "None of the
treatments or shampoos did anything.
Finally we found out he had psoriasis and
we got him the treatment he needed."
The main problem with the diagnosis is
psoriasis, which has no cure, is very uncom-
mon in children. Most people do not see
signs until turning 15, but Jacob saw the
bumps at 9.
The condition is the most common au-
toimmune disease in the United States,
according to Catie Coman, spokeswoman
for the nonprofit National Psoriasis
Foundation.There are about 69,000 people
with the condition in the Tampa Bay area
and 7.5 million in the country.
Jacob, 13, said he wanted to do something
to help fight the disease. He and his mother
looked around and found several walks to
raise money for psoriasis research and aware-
ness, but none were near their Odessa home.
"A doctor told us about the foundation
and we wrote them asking if we could start
a walk in the area and they said several peo-
ple had asked them the same question,"
Susan said. "When it got started they asked if
Jacob could be the youth ambassador at the
walk. I'm really excited about that."
The walk starts at 9 a.m. Nov. 6 at Ballast
Point Park, 5300 Interbay Blvd. in Tampa.
Interested walkers can do either a 1K (1
kilometer or 0.6 miles) or 5K (3.1 miles). It
is free to participate, but donations are ac-
cepted for the foundation.
The main symptoms of psoriasis are very
painful and itchy bumps and blotches on
the skin caused by the body's immune sys-


Jacob Leuthold (right) and his younger brother Joey on a family trip to Colorado last
December. (Photo courtesy of Susan Leuthold)


tem attacking itself. It can also cause large
red areas, cracks in the skin, bleeding and
scabs.
Jacob said his biggest problem is the con-
stant itching.
"It's really annoying,"Jacob said."It's bad
all day long and doesn't get any better. It's
hard to focus on school when I'm always
itching."
The outbreaks are mainly on Jacob's
head, but it used to be all across his skin. He
had severe psoriasis, which means 10 per-
cent or more of his body was covered. His
condition is now considered mild, which
means less than 2 percent is covered.
"We use a couple of topical medica-
tions," Susan said. "We also have to make
sure he doesn't get too much sun because


sunburns make it worse ... We switched to
basically organic milk and meat and that
seems to have helped. He also has a pro-bi-
otic drink that doctors have told us helps
reduce the coverage."
Outbreaks represent more than short-term
discomfort. Coman said the more severe the
case, the more likely it is for people to devel-
op long-term health problems like heart
disease, type II diabetes and liver disease.
Psoriasis is genetically based, but is set
off by something in the environment, ac-
cording to Coman. No one else in Jacob's
family has it.
One problem those with psoriasis have
is people think it is contagious.
"It isn't contagious in any way," Coman
said. "Almost everyone with it has a story


about being asked to leave a public pool be-
cause people think it's contagious.That also
makes it hard to make friends."
One advantage Jacob has is he and a lot
of his friends had a third-grade teacher
named Linda Goode at McKitrick
Elementary in Lutz who also has psoriasis.
"That made things easier when we first
told Jacob he had it," Susan said."He said that's
what Ms. Goode has. All his friends know
what it is and it isn't a problem for him."
Goode still teaches at McKitrick;Jacob
currently attends Martinez Middle.
Jacob's goal is to raise $500 in donations
at the walk and he is currently at just more
than $200. The overall goal in Tampa is
$35,000, of which nearly $5,000 has been
collected.Anyone interested in signing up
for the walk or donating should visit
walk.psoriasis.org, click "find a walk near
you" and select Tampa.
Coman said the walks fund research
while letting those with the condition know
they are not alone.
Jacob said he wants as many people to
show up even if they do not have psoriasis.
"I think it will help them understand it
better,"Jacob said."It will show them there
are a lot of people with psoriasis and we are
like anyone else.That's why I wanted to be a
part of this so I can do something to fight
psoriasis and let people know more about it."


Jacob's psoriasis walk
What: I K or 5K walk
When: Nov. 6 at 9 a.m.
Where: Ballast Point Park, 5300
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Charge: Free, donations accepted
To signup: walk.psoriasis.org
Website: www.psoriasis.org


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recently kicked off its 14th annual
Kids Are Heroes campaign. The
hospital is looking for children in
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neighbors, family members or
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City, hosts a stress relief program
aimed at those who are helping
their family or loved ones who are
aged, sick or disabled at home.The
classes are free the third Thursday
each month at 10:30 a.m. These
talks are open to the public, how-
ever RSVP is required. For more
information, call (727) 643-7159.

Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week has been
celebrated the past 25 years dur-
ing the last week in October and
is a nationwide effort to promote
healthy, drug-free living and moti-
vate youth across the country to
live drug-free. The Zephyrhills
Police Department will be partici-
pating through the school
resource unit in partnership with
local schools to celebrate by en-
couraging students to follow the
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By Kyle LoJacono
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Flu season is approaching and many people will
soon decide if they will get vaccinated against the ill-
ness this year.
"I've always gotten the shot for the last five years
or so," said Lutz residentWilma Scott."I hate when I
get sick and I don't want to get my family or co-work-
ers sick, so I figure it's a good way to prevent that."
Last year's outbreak of swine flu, also known as
the H1N1 virus, changed Wesley Chapel resident
Matt Thompson's opinion on getting the shot.
"I never thought it made sense to get the shot,"
Thompson said. "I always heard from people that
they got the flu when they got the shot and I didn't
want to have that happen.Then last year the swine
flu happened and I didn't want to get it. I thought
about it a long time and eventually got (the shot).
Nothing happened and I didn't get swine flu, so this
year I got the regular flu shot."
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) states the flu, or influenza, is a contagious res-
piratory illness. The symptoms range from mild
problems to severe enough to cause death.
The CDC's website,www.cdc.gov/flu, states each
year several thousand people die from the flu and
about 12,000 died worldwide from H1N1 last year.
Each year the particular strains change, which is
what makes it so potentially dangerous because old
immunity, either natural or from vaccination, is not

Dr. David Johnson has been
Pasco County's health officer
since 2007. He said getting the
flu shot is the most effective
way to prevent getting the flu,
which is why he gets one each
year.
The seasonal flu shot pro-
tects against flu viruses that
Dr. David Johnson will be most common during
the upcoming season," Johnson said."This year's flu
vaccine will protect against 2009 H1N1 and two
other influenza viruses, an H3N2 virus and an in-


fluenza B virus."
The CDC is cur- Common flu
rently recommending symptoms
everyone six months * Fever
old or older get the Chills
annual flu shot each
year. It is highly rec- * Coughing
ommended for people * Sore throat
between six months * Runny or stuffy nose
and 5 years old as well * Muscle or body aches
as those 65 years old * Headaches
or older because they * Fatigue
are at higher risk of -Vomiting
getting the disease * Diarrhea
and having more se-
vere symptoms.
"This season, people 65 years and older will have
two flu shots available to choose from, a regular dose
flu shot and a new flu shot designed specifically for
people 65 and older with a higher dose," Johnson
said. "This should result in a stronger immune re-
sponse."
Most people who get the flu recover in a few
days to two weeks, according to the CDC, but it can
develop into pneumonia or other respiratory dis-
eases. The best way to prevent the progression is
getting a lot of sleep and drinking plenty of fluids.
Antibiotics do nothing to combat the flu, but some
antiviral medications are available.
Other than getting the shot, the CDC has some
ways to help prevent getting the flu.
First, avoid close contact with people who are vis-
ibly sick.The CDC does caution people can spread
the virus a day before they have symptoms. Also
wash hands often and avoid touching the eyes, nose
or mouth. The last step is to practice general good
health habits, such as getting enough sleep and exer-
cise, managing stress, drinking plenty of fluids and
eating nutritious food.
Those interested in getting a seasonal flu shot
can do so on a walk-in basis at the Land O' Lakes
Clinic, 4135 Land O' Lakes Blvd., Monday to Thursday
from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.The cost is $25 for the shot,
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Hospice partners with local company


Gulfside Regional Hospice Thrift
Shoppe has partnered with LOL
Transport & Moving to pick up large, qual-
ity donations for the thrift shoppe to sell.
ReneVan Hout, owner of LOL Transport &
Moving, experienced first hand the benefit
of hospice - her friend, Dave Linehan,
died of cancer in 2005.
Rene recently met with Gulfside man-
ager, Eve Acosta, offering assistance. The
thrift shoppe is located in the Osprey

Audiology contest announced
Advanced Audiology is awarding a pair
of digital haring instruments valued at
$4,000 to one deserving person in the com-
munity just in time for the holidays through
their annual "Gift of Hearing" program.
"This is our way of giving back, and a
great opportunity to significantly change
the life of someone struggling with hearing
loss;' says Dr.Jody Pianin.To participate, sub-
mit an essay of 400 words or less, describing
why you or someone you know would ben-
efit from receiving a pair of hearing devices.
A panel of judges will choose the winner
based on the hearing need, financial need,
opportunity to impact the recipient's life


Professional Center, 21780 SR 54 in Lutz.
Its sole purpose is to raise money for
Gulfside Regional Hospice, a nonprofit
group that provides care to individuals and
their loved ones facing life-limiting illness-
es. To donate or volunteer at Gulfside
Regional Hospice Thrift Shoppe, call (813)
909-0485.
For free local pick up of large, quality
donations, please contact LOL Transport &
Moving at (813) 996-3775.

and the opportunity to impact the lives of
people with whom they interact.
The entries will be accepted through
Dec. 15 and should include a name and
phone number to contact if chosen.
Nominees will be given a free hearing
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or may submit results from a recent hearing
test.The winner will be notified by Dec. 20.
Please submit essays via e-mail to
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For more information, call Advanced
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Lennar collects treats for troops


Lennar's Central Florida Division is
partnering with nonprofit Treats For
Troops to collect snacks and toiletries to
send to U.S. Troops in Afghanistan and
other overseas bases where they are sta-
tioned.
Lennar has collection boxes in
Welcome Homes Centers in the following
communities
* Eiland Park Town Homes, Zephyrhills
* Concord Station, Land O' Lakes
* Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club, San
Antonio
"Anything from candy to shampoo to
toothpaste is appreciated," said Mark
Halloween combat candy buy-back
Britten Dental Associates are buying
back children's Halloween candy and pay-
ing each child $1 per pound. In return,
Britten will donate the candy to our troops
overseas. Collections are from 3-5 p.m.
Nov. 1, Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 at the dental of-
fice, 213 Crystal Grove Blvd. in Lutz. For
information, call (813) 949-8411.

Help stock the shelves
Christian Social Services, 5514 Land 0'


Metheny, president of Lennar's Central
Florida division,"The troops don't have ac-
cess to stores inAfghanistan and the kinds
of comfort items we often take for granted
here are treasures over there."
Lennar is asking that participants fill a
gallon-sized Ziploc bag with either toi-
letries or snacks, not combined. Donations
will be accepted through Oct. 31.
For information, call Francine Miller at
(727) 479-1747, Mark Metheny at (727)
479-1700, or Larry Vershel at (407) 644-
4142.
For more information on Treats For
Troops, call Karin King at (813) 746-1517.

Lakes Blvd., is seeking help in stocking
their almost-empty shelves. Canned and
non-perishable foods, including canned
meats, jelly, vegetables, soups, beans, rice,
pasta, cereal and fruits, are needed.
Christian Social Services has been serving
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The more restaurants I tour to check
for healthy dishes you can eat, the more
convinced I am that you must be so partic-
ular about what you eat in restaurants and
how it is prepared since most restaurant
meals are loaded with calories.
Just so you know: I used to eat out
three times a day for many years. I had an
eating disorder; I was a compulsive eater
and I binged on fast food, junk food, sugar
and restaurant food.
I started to have victory with my binge-
eating challenge when I began to understand
the total calorie content of my food.
One of my old favorites was the restau-
rant food that has been named home of
the No. 1 worst food in America - Outback
Steakhouse's cheese fries.That's according
to a series of popular books called "Eat
This Not That."
Yes, this health and fitness expert used
to gorge on this grease-filled dish and like
that wasn't enough, I ordered extra, extra
bacon on it!
Guess how many calories are in this
dish. Just try and guess. OK,it's 3,500, ac-
cording to the book. I honestly didn't
know that until I looked it up one day.
That discovery led me to never get a
full order again - only half.
Now, it has been years and I don't eat it
any more. It actually tastes gross to me
now even though I used to love it.
I think many people aren't really aware
that they are gorging on 3,000 calories in a
single sitting, but when you do become
aware of it, everything just seems different,
especially when you know that 3,500 calo-
ries is equal to one pound of fat.
So the moral of the story is that you
need to be aware of how many calories
are in what you are ordering when you eat
out.You wouldn't leave your child with a
babysitter that you have never checked
out, right?


Books such as Eat This Not That provide
nutritional information about popular
restaurants. Diners can also find a buffet
on data on the Internet.

It's the same with your body and
health.These are important, so don't leave
the fate of what you're eating in someone
else's hands unless you have made your in-
vestigation.
That's the beauty of the Internet. In less
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website of your favorite fast-food place
and look up the nutritional information of
its meals, especially the food that you tend
to order over and over.
For large corporate restaurants, you can
search the restaurant name and name of
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Gardeners can increase the numbers of
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may droop down. It is often reported that
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Spacing out the plants throughout the
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ly territorial protecting their nectar
sources. Given a distance of at least 15-20
inches between plantings should reduce
the competition while increasing your
viewing pleasure.
Fire bush, red swamp hibiscus and fire
spike are three good shrubs for fall bloom-
ing. Don't overlook vines as a source of
nectar. Cross vine and trumpet vine with
their large flowers will make a fence or
trellis stand out and will be a great bird at-
tractor. I have also seen hummingbirds
visiting my annual cypress vine.
Although technically an annual, cypress
vine will readily self-seed and may be a bit
aggressive. Additional layers of nectar
sources include cigar plant, or the Cuphea;
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occasionally a petunia. Beebalm, wishbone
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great fall bloomers that are fill of nectar and
sure to bring the small birds to your garden.
To assure bird-watching nirvana, garden
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While hummingbirds may not be attracted
to rose flowers for nectar, they will build
their inconspicuous nest on stems of
thorny rosebushes. I wonder if the thorns
are more protective to their young than an
obstacle to avoid.
Gardeners are often roped in by artifi-
cial feeders, which are filled with sugar
water or manufactured nectar, thinking
this will attract hummingbirds. Sugar water
is not really a great food, rather more like
dessert. Dessert does taste good, but is not
a great staple of the daily diet. Planting nat-
ural sources of nectar that contain all the
complex nutrients and carbohydrates
helps make up a more balanced diet.
Finally, to truly enjoy these amazing ac-
robatic birds be cautious about what you
apply in the garden. Broad-spectrum pesti-
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bug will also reduce the population of
watchable wildlife, including humming-
birds, butterflies and songbirds. Employ
the least-toxic method first and only when
pest populations are large enough to war-
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KUDOS AND MILESTONES
FIVE-STAR SCHOOL AWARD
Forty-eight schools in the Pasco County
school district have earned the 2009-2010
Five-Star School Award from the Florida
Department of Education.
To qualify, a school must achieve 100
percent of the required criteria in the areas
of business partnership, family involvement,
volunteerism, community service and
school advisory councils.
Here is a listing of winners, followed by
the number of years each school has
achieved the listing. Rodney B. Cox
Elementary School, Mitchell High School,
Watergrass Elementary School (one year);
Oakstead Elementary School, Rushe Middle
School, Veterans Elementary School (two
years); Double Branch Elementary School,
and New River Elementary School (three
years) Chester WTaylor Elementary School
and Wiregrass Ranch High School (four


years); Pine View Elementary School and
Seven Oaks Elementary School (five years);
Wesley Chapel Elementary School (six
years). Pasco Elementary School, Pine View
Middle School, Quail Hollow Elementary
School, San Antonio Elementary School and
West Zephyrhills Elementary School (eight
years); Centennial Elementary School and
Sanders Memorial Elementary School (nine
years); and, Sand Pine Elementary School
(11 years).

COLLEGE STUDENT
FROM LUTZ GETS HONOR
AlanWestbay of Lutz recently was induct-
ed into the Mercer University chapter of Phi
Eta Sigma National Honor Society.Westbay is
a student in Mercer's School of Engineering.
PROGRESS ENERGY PROMOTES
ENERGY EDUCATION
Progress Energy has donated $50,000 to
Pasco County Schools, via the Pasco


Education Foundation, to fund the
Progress Energy Gives You Power to
Protect.The funds will establish hands-on
learning stations at the Energy and Marine
Center.

FUN STUFF TO DO
SEVEN OAKS FALL FESTIVAL
Vendors, face painters, bounce houses,
dunk tanks, food, beverages and kid-friend-
ly entertainment will be featured at the
Seven Oaks Elementary School parent-
teacher-association's fall festival.
The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 29 at
the school, 27633 Mystic Oak Blvd. within
the Seven Oaks community. For more in-
formation or to become a sponsor or
volunteer, e-mail pta.soes@gmail.com

TRICK OR TREATING
AT THE TRACK
Wesley Chapel High School is hosting a
Trick or Treat around the Track from 6-7
p.m. at the high school's football stadium.
Children can go trick-or-treating around
the track.The football team's homecoming
game will follow at 7:30 p.m. Children 10
and under who are wearing costumes will
be admitted to the game for free.
Admission is $5 for adults who stay for the
game.

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON
Fantasy of Flight is inviting local schools
to join in its quest to break a Guinness
World Record by building the largest yel-
low paper ribbon over Veterans Day to
honor the nation's troops overseas.
Fantasy of Flight is delivering supplies to
local schools and youth groups that wish to
participate.Those taking part can draw a


holiday picture or write a message to the
troops.All of the individual greetings will
be strung together in a massive yellow rib-
bon and put on display at Fantasy of Flight
before being sent to overseas troops.
For more information, contact Fantasy
of Flight at (863) 984-3500.

POET AND JAZZ HISTORIAN
TO GIVE TALK
Dave Oliphant, a poet, translator and jazz
historian, will read from his works at 7:30
p.m. Oct. 27 at the Daniel A. Cannon
Memorial Library of St. Leo University.
The university is in the town of Saint
Leo at 33701 SR 52, four miles east of 1-75.
The public is invited and parking and ad-
mission are free. A reception and signing
will follow the reading. For more informa-
tion contact Carol Ann Moon, outreach
librarian, at carol.moon@saintleo.edu or
(352) 588-8261.

HELPING OTHERS
FREEDOM HIGH HELPS TROOPS
Freedom High School, 17410
Commerce Park Blvd., is sponsoring two
events through Oct. 29 to help the troops.
The Armed Forces Club is conducting a
"Support Our Troops" care package drive.
Each classroom receives a brown bag
paper and a jar.The bag is for items that are
useful to troops overseas.The jar is to col-
lect pennies to help pay for postage to ship
the care packages.
The media center is offering a "Library
Fine Amnesty" to encourage students to do-
nate items. Students can have their fines
waived or reduced, based on the number
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VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER FUNDRAISER
Hollie's Farm & Gardens will host its annual fundraiser to benefit Pasco and
Hillsborough county volunteer firefighters from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 6. More than 35
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ANNUAL HALL-0-BOO AT MOSI
MOSI hosts its fifth annual Hall-o-Boo from
6-9 p.m. Oct. 28 through Oct. 30.This is a
kid-friendly event showcasing fun and
activities for the whole family including
puppet shows, parade of characters, magic
shows,hands-on crafts and more. General
admission is $15.Advance tickets available.
For information and schedule of events, call
(813) 987-6000 or visit www.mosi.org.

TRUNK OR TREAT AT OUR LADY
Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church will
have its annualTrunk or Treat festivities from
6:30-8 p.m. Oct. 29 on the church grounds.
Decorate your cars,pass out candy and dress
in your best Halloween costumes. No
immodest or scary costumes allowed.The
church is located at 2348 Collier Parkway in
Land O' Lakes.

SAFE ALTERNATIVE
TO HALLOWEEN
Gathering Pointe Church, 17743 Hunting
Bow Circle in Lutz, is hosting the second
annual "Un-BOO-lievable SPOOK-tacular"
from 5-8 p.m. Oct. 30. The event is a free
family-safe alternative to Halloween with
games, food, a bounce house and candy.The
church is located in the Ballantrae
Professional Plaza on SR 54. For information,
call (813) 920-4928 or visit
www.gatheringpointe.com.

TRUNK AND TREAT
CrossPointe Church, 919 Debuel Road in
Lutz, will have a free trunk and treat and
community carnival from 4-6 p.m. Oct. 31.
Games for all ages, crafts, cotton candy,
bungee run, 18 ft. slide, horse rides, dunk
tank and more. Pizza and soda available for
purchase.The church is located next to
Maniscalco Elementary. For information, call
(813) 949-7727 or visit
www.crosspointetampa.com.

BOO BASH AT HERITAGE CHURCH
Heritage Church, 1115 Livingston Road in
Lutz, will host a Boo Bash from 4-6 p.m. Oct.
31 .Trunk or treat for candy, games, bouncy
and slide, and food. Event is free. For more
information, call (813) 909-4080 or visit
www.boobash.info.


HOWL-O-WEEN FOR YOUR DOG
Dog Shirt Store and East-WestAnimal
Hospital will host a Howl-O-Ween from 9:30
a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 30 at Tropical Village Plaza in
Lutz. Scheduled events include a scavenger
hunt, doggie trick and treat, pet photography
by Barry Alan Photography, dog costume
contest, prizes and giveaways.The Dog Shirt
Store is located at 1532 Land O' Lakes Blvd.
and can be reached at (813) 428-6999.The
East-West Animal Hospital is located at 1524
Land O' Lakes Blvd. and can be reached at
(813) 948-6534.

CRAFTS AND HOBBIES
HANDS-ON SEWING WORKSHOP
Keep Me In
Stitches, 14833 N.
Dale Mabry in
Tampa,will host
Pasco County
resident Carol
Stricker in a hands-
on sewing
workshop Oct. 30.
Participants will
learn machine
embroideries and
make an elegant
purse. For
information, call (813) 908-3889 or visit
www.KMISINC.com.

MEET AND GREET
BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
Joel C. Rosenberg, the New York Times
bestselling author of The Twelfth Imam, will
make a stop on his national book tour at
6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Idlewild Baptist Church.
The evening will include a Q&A and book
signing.The church is located at 18371 N.
Dale Mabry Hwy. in Lutz. For information,
call (813) 254-8706.

JOIN THE CLUB
NEW MEMBER SOCIAL
The GFWC Central Pasco Junior Women's
Club is having a new member social at 6:45
p.m. Nov 3 at Amici Pizza, 26252 Wesley
Chapel Blvd.The chapter is looking for
leaders and members - woman over 18
looking for a way to make a difference in the


community. For information, callAngie
Carter at (813) 210-1588 or e-mail
centralpascojuniorwomensclub@gmail.com.

SING ALONG WITH SUNCOAST
Suncoast Harmony Chorus, the West Central
chapter of Sweet Adelines International, is
looking for new members. Rehearsals are at
7 p.m. every Tuesday in the Gulf High chorus
room in New Port Richey. For information,
call (727) 236-9829 or visit www.suncoast-
harmony.com.

LEND A HAND
DONATE FOR A FREE MOVIE
Cobb Grove 16 & Cinebistro, 6333Wesley
Grove Blvd. inWesley Chapel, has partnered
with Feeding America Tampa Bay. Patrons
can bring in a minimum of two canned
goods during the first matinee shows in
exchange for regular admission.This offer is
good only on Oct. 30 and excludes the MET
opera event. Donations will be delivered to
families in need. For information, call (813)
948-5445.

OPEN HOUSE
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ARTISAN AESTHETICS
ArtisanAesthetics will host an open house at
5:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at 5383 Primrose Lake
Circle, Suite A inTampa. Drawings and
giveaways. Hors d'oeuvres and beverages
will be served.To RSVP, call (813) 971-2000.

THE ARTS
FALL DANCE CONCERT AT USF
The USF School of Theatre & Dance presents
the 2010 fall dance concert in Theatre 1 on
the USF Tampa campus at 8 p.m. Oct. 29-31
and Nov. 4-6.There is a 3 p.m. matinee Oct.
31.Advance tickets are $8 for students and
seniors and $12 general admission.The show
includes contemporary ballet, modern
dance, opera and more. For information, call
(813) 974-2323 or visit www.arts.usf.edu.

AUTUMN FUN
INTERNATIONAL CELEBRATION
Generations Christian Church will have an
International Celebration in honor of the
church's one-year anniversary in Trinity.
Events will run Oct. 29 - Oct. 31 and include
carnival rides, music and food from around
the globe.A world marketplace will be set
up featuring handmade crafts.Admission is
free. Minimal charge for rides and food.The
church is located at 1540 Little Road in
Trinity. For information, call (727) 375-8801.

SLIME TIME AT FIRST UNITED
The First United Methodist Church, 6209
Land O' Lakes Blvd.,will host a fall festival
slime time family event from 4-6 p.m. Oct. ]
30. Kids can dress in costume and gather
treats from the trunks circling the area. Dig
for dino eggs, read a book in the cozy


corner, or throw some water balloons.
Gather at the slime zone for pumpkin
smashing. Bring a towel. For information, call
(813) 996-3533 or e-mailTonya Stout at
tonya@lolumc.org.

WILD WEST FAMILY FESTIVAL
Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church will host an
Idle-Wild West Family Festival from 5:30-8:30
p.m. Oct. 31. Children, preschool-5th grade,
can enjoy games, hayrides and bounce-a-lots.
Cost is $3, $15 family maximum. No
costumes please.The church is located north
of Van Dyke Road off Dale Mabry Hwy. For
information, call (813) 264-4636 ext. 461 or
visit www.idlewild.org.

EDUCATE YOURSELF
BUDDHISM AND MEDITATION
The Parbawatiya Buddhist Center is hosting
a Buddhism class from 7-8:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at
Bethany Center, 5121 Pheasant Woods Drive
in Lutz.The class includes two guided
meditations and a teaching. Cost is $10, $5
for students or limited income. For
information, call (727) 797-9770 or visit
www.meditationintampabay.org.

FAMILY HEALTH
GRIEF CAMP FOR KIDS
Suncoast Kid's Place, 17030 Lakeshore Road
in Lutz,is sponsoring a Good Grief Day
Camp for children in kindergarten through
5th grade from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 6. Kid's
Place helps children and teens process grief
with the loss of a parent, sibling, friend or
loved one in healthy ways through crafts,
sports, music and other activities. Pre-
registration is required.A donation of $10
per child is requested.To register or for
information, call (813) 990-0216 or visit
www.suncoastkidsplace.org.

SHOWCASE YOUR AUTO
GRAND OPENING CAR SHOW
Willow Bend Automotive, 23124 SR 54 in
Lutz, will host a car show from 1-5 p.m.
Nov. 14 open to all hot rods, classics,
customs, muscle cars, street rods, antiques
and customized trucks. No entry fee.Two
free food tickets per car entry. Goody bags
and dash plaques to first 50 entries.
Awards, raffles, music and more. Proceeds
from 50/50 to benefit Flood Gates
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50 YEARS, from page 1
from Odessa,Wesley Chapel and Tampa.
Benton said her experiences in the
group have made her "in awe of all the
things that women can do when they are
united."
Lorraine Dabney will speak at the half-
century celebration, in a gesture to
acknowledge her standing as having the dis-
tinction of being the club's longest-serving
active member.
When Dabney moved into Lutz 38 years
ago, she was looking for something to do,
she said.
"One of my neighbors invited me to
come to (the) club. From the first day, I was
hooked."
Initially, she was drawn by the friendly
nature of the women.As time went on, she
grew increasingly impressed by the club's
commitment to service.
It's a club that fosters individual develop-
ment, too, she said.
"We're really a place where someone
can come and grow," Dabney said. "If you
nurture something, then it blossoms. I like
to think that we're the ones who water and
fertilize."


While the majority of the club members
are 50 or older, Dabney said the group is
seeing more interest from younger women.
"They're looking to serve. I think there is
a spirit of volunteerism now more than
ever. People want meaning to their lives.
They want to make a difference," said
Dabney, who now lives in Land O' Lakes.
For those who are community minded,
there are lots of ways to be involved.
"Nobody is required to serve any mini-
mum amount of hours," Dabney said."I like
to say we have a smorgasbord, that people
can pick and choose what they want to do.
No matter what you do, as long as you use
your gift, you're an asset to our club."
Like most organizations, the woman's
club has felt the effects of the recession,
Dabney said."I know that we have had to
cut back on some of our giving because
when we have fundraisers maybe we're not
raising quite as much money as we have in
the past."
Besides serving the community, the
women in the group help each other.
They have a sunshine chairwoman who
sends cards to members who are sick or be-
reaved or going through some other sort of


difficult time.
"There's so much compassion in this
club. If a member is in need, if we know
about it, we're there to help with that need,"
Dabney said.
Marilyn Wannamaker is one of the
women who has benefited from that sup-
port.
"I joined right after we moved here from
Dover (near Plant City).A year later, my hus-
band (Jim) died,"Wannamaker said."If it had
not been for the club, I really don't think I
would have made it.They were wonderful
in their support and their caring. I just know
that I'm a better human being for being in
the club."
Wannamaker, a member for 11 years, has
been president of the club twice. She now
supervises the Little Women of Lutz, a group
of high school girls who make up a junior
chapter of the group.
"It's been a joy.We cook dinner at Ronald
McDonald House.We help at the library.We
adopted a road and clean it up three times a
year. We adopt a family in need at
Christmas," she said.
"To me, it's wonderful to watch them
grow and develop into wonderful young


women,"Wannamaker said.
Edwina Kraemer, the current club presi-
dent, described the group as purposeful,
empowered women. She was attracted to
the group because of its focus on service.
"I was raised with the idea that you are
not a burden to your society and that you
give back," Kraemer said.
As it begins its second half-century, the
group wants to reach out to women who
are still in the work force and to stay-at-
home moms, Kraemer said.
That group will have evening meetings
and will focus on goals that address needs
and concerns of those women, she said.
While the older group tends to look at
geriatric concerns, this group will likely be
more interested in issues involving children
and teenagers, Kraemer said.
By creating this new group, the club will
address a piece that's been missing and will
help perpetuate the future of the organiza-
tion, Kraemer said.
While the club is involved in many activi-
ties, Kraemer said, that's not its legacy.
"It is not what we are doing now,"
Kraemer said "It is what we're going to
leave."


HCC, from page 1
wishes.
Barbara Dowling, recording secretary of
the Keystone Civic Association, said the
community favored a proposed location on
Old Tobacco Road, which is in the Lutz plan-
ning area.
Siting the center in Keystone's planning
area may be difficult because the area relies
on water wells and septic tanks, Dowling
said.
Carl said that the college needs to ex-
pand because the Dale Mabry campus is
already over capacity and has no room to
grow there.
The Northwest Center would offer a va-
riety of courses such as intermediate and
college algebra, anatomy and physiology,
psychology, sociology, English and American


history. It also would offer introduction to
business administration, introduction to
computer technology, human nutrition,
physical education and other courses.
The college has been looking for a
Northwest location for more than a decade
and has looked at more than 20 locations,
Carl said.
It has seriously investigated several sites,
but they have not worked out because of
costs or other development challenges, the
college's submittal says.
Some sites that were explored include
the former Northdale Public Library, a K-
Mart building on Waters Avenue, the Citrus
Park Baptist Church and a site on Old
Tobacco Road.
The college also has checked out leasing
space but rejected those possibilities be-


cause they were not deemed to be cost-ef-
fective or were unsuitable for classroom
use, the submittal says.
However, the submittal notes,"with soft-
ening of the real estate market in recent
years, several more viable sites have
emerged."
Carl said the college is not looking at any
specific site at the moment. She said she
could not specify the general area the col-
lege is looking at, except to say it is unlikely
that it would be west of Sheldon Road.
Atwater's letter also states that he has
met with the presidents of St. Petersburg
College and Pasco-Hernando Community
College to discuss ways they can collabo-
rate. Presidents of both colleges also wrote
letters to the state on behalf of HCC's re-
quest.


ELECTION, from page 1
cerns for government overspending.
While the ballots show Norman's name, a
vote for Norman will be counted for Wallace
- though Norman and Ambler both had
pending appeals, meaning things could
change between now and Election Day.
Beyond the confusion in this race, there
are many other congressional, legislative,
county commission, school board and other
seats up for grabs during this election.
Early voting continues until Oct. 30. Polls
will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. onTuesday, Nov. 2.
When the ballots are counted, it should
signal the end of a barrage of negative cam-
paigning that has characterized this political
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'Striking' up bowling interest in area's youth


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Each weekend area children gather at
Royal Bowling Lanes in Lutz to get better at
the game while earning valuable scholar-
ships.
The program was started by Maria Smith,
of Land O' Lakes, 16 years ago in Miami.At
first it was simply called the Youth
Scholarship Fund, but she renamed it the
Paul D. Boiler Memorial Scholarship Fund
after her late husband.
"I was a youth bowler myself and I
gained a lifetime of love for the game and
lifelong friends," Smith said."I learned about
life through bowling. I thought this program
would be a wonderful way to give back to
the game that I got so much from."
Currently 60 kids, including ones from
Lutz, Land 0' Lakes, Wesley Chapel and
Odessa, come to the Saturday morning or
Sunday evening program. Smith estimates
that 1,200 children have participated in the
bowling course since it started.
"What the kids are learning about is
sportsmanship and how to play with others
as a team," Smith said."I think it's a worth-
while thing for kids to pick up. It's a group
outlet for kids and keeps them off the
streets."
While learning or mastering the game at
the lanes, 1927 Brinson Road in Lutz, the


Children like Josh Spence (left), Devon
Bilek and Samantha Tabone learn bowling
from Maria Smith and earn scholarships.
(Photo by Cheryl Spence)

children earn money for educational schol-
arships. Smith said about $400,000 has been
given to kids in the program. The scholar-
ship money comes from a variety of places,


mostly from tournaments and other events
at Royal Lanes.
"They don't have to go to a traditional
four-year school," Smith said."They can use it
at a vocational school or something like
that.As long as it goes to their education it's
fine."
Josh Spence, of Wesley Chapel, has been
in the program for five months and enjoys
the weekly trips to Royal Lanes. He started
playing the game with his father, Dan, a cou-
ple times a month.
"I really like bowling because one day
you can do badly and another you can do re-
ally well," said Spence, who is an eighth
grader at Dr. John Long Middle in Wesley
Chapel. "You can play very different on dif-
ferent days, but you can see how good you
can play if you do everything right. That
makes me want to practice more to play
well all the time."
Spence said his best score is 222,which
he shot about a month ago.
"When I'm bowling I just try to roll the
ball through my focus point," Spence said."I
have to walk up with the right form to do
my best, so I have to think about every little
thing I'm doing."
The youngest bowler in the program is
Land O' Lakes resident Devon Bilek, 6. He
started in the classes three years ago and his
father, Dan, is one of the teachers.
"I really like it," Bilek said about bowling.


"It's fun to see all the pins fall down and I
like learning from Ms. Smith and getting bet-
ter."
Bilek said his high score is 204.
The Saturday program is from about 8:30
a.m.-1 p.m. and is for kids ages 12 and older.
Sunday sessions are from 6-8:30 p.m. and
are for kids of any age. Each session is $11,
which includes three games, shoes, the les-
sons, parties and awards. Participants also
need to pay a yearly fee of $17 to the United
States Bowling Congress.
Bowlers can also play in various tourna-
ments at Royal Lanes for an additional entry
fee. The next event is Nov. 26 and 27.
Interested bowlers can sign up for the event
at the alley.
Bilek said right now he just wants to get
better at bowling, but Spence has long-term
goals in the game.
"Right now I want to do better and
maybe go semi-pro," Spence said. "I also
want to start a bowling team at Wiregrass
Ranch next year when I'm in high school."
For more information or to join the pro-
gram, call Royal Lanes at (813) 949-3606 or
visit the alley and leave a name and phone
number for Smith. She will get in touch with
anyone interested.
"My motto is there is always room for
one more kid," Smith said. "Just get with the
person at the front desk and they will get
the information to me."


Alex Milan's fourth,

Steinbrenner's first

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

tcilbrciiiicr High girls golferAlex Milan
will never experience a season without a
district championship, but for the first time
her team claimed a title as well.
Milan, a senior, won her fourth straight
individual district crown by shooting a 6-
over 78 after winning last year with
NMciiibrcinicr and the previous two seasons
at Sickles High.
"I didn't really play well, but I'm happy
with the win," said Milan, who has commit-
ted to playing at Florida State University."I
didn't even realize that I'd won four in a row
when it happened, but now it's sinking in."
While Milan could not have won more
district titles while in high school, the
Warriors won their first ever as a team by
shooting 352, besting Academy of the Holy
Names' 383 Oct. 18 at Cheval Golf and
Country Club. Michelle Stein shot an 85
while Sara Bair shot 90 to help win the
Class 1A, District 14 crown.
"It's very special that it happened my
senior year," Milan said."Each year I thought
we were strong enough to win, but this year
the whole team is a lot better. Half of our


Alex Milan won her fourth straight individual
district title Oct. 18. (File photo,
www.Photosby3g.com)

team are freshmen with only a couple older
players and everyone is a lot better now
than when we started."
Steinbrenner went 10-3 in its second reg-
ular season this year. The Warriors now
advance to the regional tournament in Largo.
"It's a great feeling for a new golf pro-


gram," said
Steinbrenner coach
Mark Mann. "We set
out with this as a goal
when the season
started. They really
worked hard all year
and it paid off."


Two Wildcats

teams top 1A-9


Saddlebrook Prep golfer Lauren
Riehle's 77 won her the district title for
the second straight year. (Photo by
Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


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First district title for Wiregrass Ranch boys golf


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Wiregrass Ranch High boys golf coach
Nick Cuviello said the Bulls were sick of
being the bridesmaid in district tourna-
ments and they showed it Oct. 19 at Pebble
Creek Golf Club.
The Bulls, who had finished as district
runner-up the last two years, won the team
title by 26 strokes over Land O' Lakes High.
"It was really exciting," Cuviello said."We
had a bad start, but managed to grind it out
and finish with a lot of strong scores."
Senior Dylan Larson's individual district
crown was much closer. He shot 1-over 72
in regulation, tied with Gators golfer Jon
Kopsell.The two went to a playoff. It looked
bad for Larson when he shot his tee shot
into the rough, but he recovered to sink a 2-
foot par putt.
"He battled all day with Jon," Cuviello said.
"It went right down to the end. He told me
after he was very nervous standing over that
par putt to win it and
who could blame him


ADVANCING
TO REGIONALS:
Girls teams:
Steinbrenner,Academy at the
Lakes, Pasco,Wesley Chapel
Boys teams:
Gaither, Land 0' Lakes,
Saddlebrook Prep, Steinbrenner,
Wesley Chapel,Wiregrass Ranch


Academy at the Lakes girls
golf won 1A-9 championship at Plantation Palms by
shooting 488, beating Wesley Chapel High's 523.The
top three teams in each district tournament ad-
vance to regionals.
Winning the individual hardware is Saddlebrook
Prep's Lauren Riehle, who won the title last year,
with a 5-over 77.
Wesley Chapel freshman Hana Lee and acade-
my's Anna Fornelli tied for second with an 86, while
Ellen Crowly, of the academy, shot 107. Carrollwood
Day's Hannah Crosby advanced individually with a
110.

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with everyone watch-
ing. He was able to
calm himself and get
the job down."
It was the second
straight individual


Uylan Larson's victory in a playott won him
the individual district title and helped the
Bulls take their first championship in pro-
gram history. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of
www.Photosby3g.com)
title for Larson. He had to hit a 15-foot birdie
on 17 just to force the playoff with Kopsell.
Larson's teammates Logan Horrigan and
Chris Kluender shot 76 and 78 respectively.
Land O' Lakes golfer Robert Nieman came
in at 79, while fellow Gators Jesse Boger and
Matt Mooney shot 90 and 97 respectively.
Sunlake High finished fifth with a 343 in
the Class 2A, District 6 tournament, two
spots out of advancing to regionals.
Seahawks golfer NicolaiAtkinson managed to
qualify individually for regionals with a 79.


Saddlebrook wins, Wildcats third


Saddlebrook Prep


won its second
straight boys golf dis-
trict championship Oct. 18. The Spartans
score of 323 beat out first-year Fivay High's
328 andWesley Chapel High's 336.
It was the last district tournament for the
Wildcats'Alan Black, who has been a coach at
Wesley Chapel since the school opened in
1999.
"It was kind of bittersweet," Black said.
"We did well finishing second in the confer-
ence and didn't play that well in districts, but
we did enough to advance. Hopefully we can
put together a good round in regionals and


get to states."
The low round of the day went to Fivay's
Austin Padova with a 2-under 70. Wesley
Chapel seniors Brandon Mumaw and Jacob
Fleck shot the second and third best scores
at 76 and 78 respectively.
Saddlebrook took the 1A-9 crown with
consistent scoring from all four golfers.
Jordy Torrent shot 79,Alex Benshel shot 80
and both Adam Chowhari and Daniel Hori
shot 82.
Carrollwood Day's Ryan Hooverman (91)
andAlex Lucas (95) along withAcademy at
the Lakes' Michael Davidson (98) advanced
individually.

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SPORTS



Four first half turnovers doom Land 0' Lakes High


Gators comeback comes
up short against Pasco

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

For the first time a group of Land 0'
Lakes High seniors will leave school 0-4
against Pasco High after losing to the Class
3A, District 7 rival 20-14 Oct. 22.
The Pirates (7-0) forced four first half
turnovers, two lost fumbles and two inter-
ceptions, to take a 14-0 lead at halftime.The
Gators (6-1) scored 14 points in the fourth
quarter, but the comeback came up short.
"The difference is with
us playing Gator football.We
didn't do that in the begin-
ning," said Land 0' Lakes
coach Matt Kitchie. "We
made mistakes offensively,
but you know when you
have four fumbles and lose
two, shoot they should have
been up 21 or 28 points."
It was the first matchup
between the two squads as Gators coach
unbeatens since 2007 and gets a play to
while the Gators turned Stephen Wea
things around in the second
half, they appeared taken in by the magni-
tude early on.
"I think we came out and got a little over
hyped and didn't play Gator football,"
Kitchie said."It could have gone that way
the rest of the second half, but some key
things happened where we turned it
around. But you know what, this is exciting.
This was a great high school football game.
Even though we lost it was a great high
school football game."
Things looked promising for Land 0'
Lakes very early.The team won the coin toss
and junior Wesley Moore returned the kick
27 yards to the Gators 36. Senior quarter-
back Stephen Weatherford hit senior tight
end Jason Tello for a 10-yard completion on
the first play, but he fumbled the ball away


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Gators quarterback Stephen Weatherford was
held to 126 passing yards against Pasco.


on the tackle.
Pasco capitalized on the first turnover,
marching the ball 48 yards down the field
capping the drive with a one-yard touch-
down run by senior quarterback Jacob Guy.
The Pirates signal caller finished 11 of 21
passing for 208 yards and two passing
scores, one of 30 yards to Mike Clower and
another of 17 yards to Trey Dudley-Giles.
Guy is in his first season under center for
Pasco.The matchup with the Gators was a
little different for the first-year starter.
"I was a little nervous," Guy said."This was
my first big game against really another stud
quarterback in Stephen Weatherford. He's
going to get first-team all conference because
that's how good he is. I think
it just shows how good our
defensive backs (DBs) are
and how good our offense
is."
Those DBs held
Weatherford, who had been
averaging 271 yards per game
entering the contest, to 12 of
29 passing for 126 yards.
"We got as prepared as
latt Kitchie we possibly could," Guy
quarterback said."I think our DBs went
erford. over so much that they
knew what was coming on
every play, which probably helped us and
confused Weatherford a little bit.
"(Weatherford) will get back to work and
we might see him down the road hopefully,"
Guy said of a potential rematch in the playoffs.
Weatherford and the Gators offense got
on track on their 10th drive, which started
with 37 seconds left in the second half. Land
O' Lakes went 53 yards down the field end-
ing with an 11-yard touchdown pass to
senior wide receiver Will Irwin. Gators sen-
ior defensive end Jose Santana then made
the big play that nearly turned the tide.
On first down of Pasco's next drive and
with the Land 0' Lakes home fans going
crazy, the Gators defense forced a fumble
that Santana scooped up on the Pirates 12.
Land O' Lakes scored two plays later on a
four-yard touchdown run by senior running
back Ryan Lane with 10:04 left in the game.
The Gators got the ball back once more,
but were forced to punt.The Pirates got two
first downs, forcing Land O' Lakes to use its
last timeout and then ran out the clock.
Kitchie tipped his cap to Pasco coach
Tom McHugh.
"You've got to give it to coach McHugh,"
Kitchie continued."He had his kids coached
up right and they did a great job. It's a tough
loss, especially because we came back in the
end.There are a lot of great things that we
improved on and that's more important.
"You know they were the better team
tonight," Kitchie added. "I wish we could
play them again tomorrow."
The Gators will need to regroup fast for
their matchup at 7-0 Sunlake Oct. 29 at 7:30
p.m.A loss to the Seahawks would eliminate
Land O' Lakes from the playoffs and end its
county record 13 straight postseason ap-
pearances.
"We have to refocus," Kitchie said about
the matchup against Sunlake."This wasn't a
playoff game.There is a tomorrow.We have
to move on and do what we do.We have to
improve on the mistakes we made."


In his first true matchup against Land O' Lakes, Pasco quarterback Jacob Guy threw two
touchdowns and no interceptions. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


Pirates senior wide receiver Mike Clower Pasco junior wide receiver and defensive
had a touchdown catch in Pasco's victory back Trey Dudley-Giles had a touchdown
against Land O' Lakes. catch and an interception against the Gators.


2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Class 5A District 5
Plant 6-2 (2-0)
Alonso 2-5 (1I-I)
Chamberlain 2-6 (I-1)
Gaither 3-5 (0-2)

Class 5A District 7
Tampa BayTech 5-3 (2-0)
Brandon 6- I (I-1)
Wharton 2-5 (I-I)
Freedom 2-5 (0-2)

Class 4A District 6
Wiregrass Ranch 4-3 (3-0)
Tarpon Springs 3-5 (2-1)
Fivay 1-3 (1-1)
River Ridge 2-5 (1-I1)
Ridgewood 1-6 (1-2)
Hudson 0-7 (0-3)


Class 3A District 7
Pasco 7-0 (5-0)
Sunlake 7-0 (5-0)
Land 0' Lakes 6-I (4-1)
Mitchell 5-3 (3-2)
Gulf 5-3 (2-3)
Wesley Chapel 3-5 (1-4)
Anclote 1-6 (0-5)
Zephyrhills 0-7 (0-5)

Class 2A District 5
Jesuit 7-0 (4-0)
Robinson 6-1 (3-1)
Middleton 3-4 (3-2)
Strawberry Crest 4-3 (2-2)
Steinbrenner 3-4 (2-2)
Lennard 4-3 (1-3)
St. Petersburg Catholic 1-7 (0-5)


Pacholke to Jacksonville State
Freedom High girls basketball player
Kaitlynn Pacholke verbally committed to play
at Jacksonville State in Alabama Oct. 17.The 5-
foot-4 senior point guard averaged 11.7
points, 8.2 assists and 5.5 steals per game for
the 19-6 Patriots last year. Northeastern
University and St. Leo University were also re-
cruiting Pacholke.

'Run ForThe Kicks!' 5K run
Starkey Wilderness Park will host"Run For
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mile fun run at 9 a.m. Nov. 6. Ingram's Karate
Center is putting on the race and all proceeds
will benefit students selected for the USA
Karate team that will represent the United
States at international competitions. Runners
can register at www.RaceSmith.com or at the
park the morning of the event. For further in-
formation, call (727) 372-7673 or (727)
969-4777.

Sunlake baseball golf tournament
The third annual Sunlake High School
Baseball Golf Tournament is at I p.m. Oct. 31


at Plantation Palms Golf and Country Club in
Land 0' Lakes. Registration is at noon.The
event is $70 per golfer, $60 for students and
benefits the Seahawks baseball team.The price
includes cart rental, dinner, beverages, contests
and door prizes. For more information, call
(813) 235-3617.

Keystone Methodist golf event
TheWayne Odell Keystone Classic Golf
Tournament is Nov. 13 at the Silver Dollar
Golf Club in Odessa. The event benefits
Keystone United Methodist Church's
(UMC) preschool.The event is a best-ball
scramble format starting at 8 a.m.The entry
fee is $65 and includes lunch, prizes and


contests. For more information, call (813)
920-5153.

Suncoast Catholic's golf event
Suncoast Catholic Men's Ministries is hosting
its first golf fundraiser at I p.m. Nov. 7 at
Plantation Palms Golf Club in Land 0' Lakes.The
event is $70 to $350 per player depending on the
package.All money raised will help fund the 2011
Tampa Bay Catholic Men's Conference. For
more information or to register, visit suncoast-
catholicministries.com/home/golf-fund raiser/.

-All stats as record to Maxpreps.com by coach-
es as of Oct. 25. Kyle Lojacono can be reached at
(813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.


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By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco County will be well represented at
the Special Olympics state softball tourna-
ment Nov. 5-7 at Disney's ESPN Wide World
of Sports Complex.
Two county teams earned spots in the
event, the 'Cats and Dogs with players ages
22 and younger and the Eastside Bombers for
players 23 and older.
"It's good to make states," said Brian
Starnes, 'Cats and Dogs shortstop."We got
there last year, but came in fourth (place).We
are good enough to win it this year with the
players we have and our coaches are the
best."
Players on the teams are from Land 0'
Lakes,Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills, Dade City
and the rest of east Pasco.
Belinda Brown coaches the 'Cats and
Dogs and teaches adaptive physical educa-
tion at Moore-Mickens Education Center in
Dade City. She has been involved in Special
Olympics for 28 years.
"Most of the athletes that are on these
two teams I have known since they were
young children and feel like they are my chil-
dren," Brown said. "I have made Special
Olympics my life's work because I see how
important it is to these athletes.They love to
compete and their main goal is to get to the
state games."
'Cats and Dogs players attend either
Zephyrhills High or Moore-Mickens. The
name is a combination of the schools' mas-
cots, the Bulldogs and the Wildcats.
"State games are great, exhausting, busy
and fun," Brown said. "They get to stay at a
Disney hotel for two nights, go to a dance,
have a pizza party and have an opportunity
to win a gold medal. It is what they work so
hard for."
Alex Williams, 'Cats and Dogs outfielder
and Dade City resident, said he is looking for-
ward to playing at Disney World. He said he
has been there a couple of times and he will
enjoy playing there with all of his friends on
the team.
Judy Brunner, who is a traditional physical
education teacher at Woodland Elementary
in Zephyrhills, coaches the Bombers. She has
been involved in the Special Olympics for 25
years,is the program's Pasco co-chairwoman
and has coached softball for about five years.
"To me softball is the most difficult team
sport for these athletes to learn," Brunner
said."They have to catch a small ball, throw
to the right base and hit, which is hard for
anyone to do.They get it for the most part,
but sometimes things like knowing if it's a
tag-out or a force-out play at a base is hard to
remember."


Dolapo Adetutu has been playing softball on
the Eastside Bombers for only a year, but is
already one of the team's top athletes.


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The 6-foot-3 Ross Cleveland plays first
base for the Eastside Bombers.

Brunner said players can stay involved in
Special Olympics even after completing their
education for as long as they want. She added
there are no other adult teams in Pasco, but
Gulf and Mitchell high schools each have
teams in the younger division.
The 'Cats and Dogs got to the state tour-
nament on the strength of their 4-0 record
while outscoring opponents 34-5 including a
5-2 win against the Bombers (3-1).The teams
practice together each Saturday at
Zephyrhills High and the spirited jabbing be-
tween the squads is still evident.
"That was fun to beat them," said 'Cats
and Dogs catcher Dustin Chancey, 19."We
can say we beat them."
Chancey, of Zephyrhills, won a gold medal
on a unified softball team while he attended
Wiregrass Ranch High in Wesley Chapel.
Unified teams have a mix of Special
Olympics and traditional athletes.
Ross Cleveland, of Land 0' Lakes, has
played on the Bombers for three years and
plays first base.The 6-foot-3 27-year-old said
he plays the position because that is where
his favorite MLB players Albert Pujols and
Paul Konerko play.
"Hopefully we can win first place this
time," Cleveland said."... My team won first
place (in states) in soccer once and that was
really cool:'."
Both coaches said the teams are better
than last year. One of the new additions to
the Bombers is Wesley Chapel resident
DolapoAdetutu, 20. Brunner said he is a natu-
ral athlete and already is one of the top
players on the team.
"I like catching and hitting the ball,"
Adetutu said."I like hitting a little better....
Sometimes I try and hit it far and sometimes I
just try and get on base."
Brunner said Starnes, of Zephyrhills, is one
of the best athletes on the younger squad,
but he gives all the credit to everyone else on
the team.
"We have good pitchers like Phillip
(Olsen) and Andreas (Torres), good hitters
and we play good defense," Starnes said."...
We have great coaches. We wouldn't have
made it so far without them."


'Cats and Dogs catcher Dustin Chancey
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- Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach

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work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf and that includes
keeping you informed.
Restoring Gulf Communities
We can't undo this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet. We have
been working with impacted communities since day one.
Partnering with local governments and community organizations, my job is to listen to
people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help. We have 19 community centers
and teams in four states,listening and helping.
Restoring The Economy
BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and restaurant owners,
helping to make them whole.
More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have already gone to people
affected by the spill. We have committed a $20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate
claims, including lost incomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this
will be paid by taxpayers.
BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism recover and bring
people back to the Gulf beaches.
Restoring The Environment
We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams will remain in
place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast.
And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific experts on the
impact of the spill and to restore environmental damage.
Thousands of BP employees have their roots in the Gulf. We support over 10,000 jobs in
the region and people here are our neighbors. We know we haven't always been perfect,
but we will be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal.
We will do everything we can to make this right.


For general information visit: bp.com
For help or information: (866) 448-5816


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Facebook: BP America
Twitter: @BPAmerica
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