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By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.corn
When Patrick Hunter wants to go fish-
ing,he just heads out behind his house and
casts a line into the Lake Heather Pond.
If he wants a lovely view, he simply gazes
at the beauty of the placid pool of water.
And, if he wants to get up close with na-
ture, he strolls around the pond's perimeter
to check out the blooms on the magnolia
tree, to capture a photo of the purple pick-
erel weed or to watch a red-shouldered
hawk make a circle in the sky.
The pond is teeming with life and it of-
fers an excellent spot for enjoyment for
Hunter and his neighbors.
It wasn't always this way.
Just a few years ago, the pond was
choked with coattails, torpedo grass and
Brazilian pepper bushes. It was drying up in
places and filling in with weeds.


It was on its way to becoming marsh-
land, Hunter said.
But he and his neighbors joined forces
with the Adopt-A-Pond program in
Hillsborough County to restore the pond to
good health. Instead of being an eyesore, the
pond now provides a bit of beauty for peo-
ple living around it or passing by.
The pond's good health is no accident,
said Hunter, whose group is maintaining just
one of the 260 ponds that have been taken
on by groups in the Adopt-A-Pond program.
The program is funded by Hillsborough
County and the Hillsborough River and
Alafia River basin boards of the Southwest
FloridaWater Management District.
The program, which began in 1991,
helps homeowners learn how to manage
their storm water pond in order to create a
functional wetland system.
Keeping storm water ponds healthy is
See POND, page 16


Lutz resident Patrick Hunter stands near the
pond that he has helped to become a thriv-
ing source of recreation and beauty.
(Photos by B.C. Manion)


Warriors win back-to-back titles
The Steinbrenner High volleyball team won its second straight district championship Oct. 28 in a three-game victory against Strawberry
Crest High. Seen are the Warriors with the district title after the win. More volleyball, page 22. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


Land 0' Lakes Swamp Fest returns for year two


Zachary Poole of Land O' Lakes rides
around a carousel in a pink whale at Swamp
Fest. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)


Annual event brings
community together
By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com
Last year a combined 15,000 people
went to the inaugural year of the LOL
Swamp Fest and the new annual tradition is
back Friday-Sunday (Nov. 5-7) at the Land O'
Lakes Community Center.
The three-day event actually had two ver-
sions in 2009, one in the spring at Land O'
Lakes High and another the first weekend of
November at the center, 5401 Land O' Lakes
Blvd.The birth of the festival coincided with
the end of the Land O' Lakes Flapjack Festival,
which had been at the center each autumn.
Mike Connor, president of the Land O'


Lakes HighAthletic Booster Club, said the
organization wanted to continue with a fall
festival that could help the Gators' various
programs.
"We had been the sponsor of the mid-
way rides at the Flapjack Festival," Conner
said. "When that moved we all thought this
community needed a festival like this, so we
decided to bring it back."
Conner said about 5,000 attended the
spring version last year with another 10,000
coming last fall. He is expecting at least that
many to come out again this year.
The Swamp Fest will have many tradi-
tional fall festival elements from midway
rides, games, vendors, carnival food and
bands such as James Taylor and The Silver
Eagle Band. Conner said there is also a pag-
eant for boys and girls of all ages Nov. 6 and
also a free breakfast that remembers the


now defunct event.
"Saturday morning (Nov. 6) there will be
free pancakes provided by Beef'O' Brady's
from 8-10," Conner said."There is also a car
show. Really there is something for every-
one. It's free to park and get in."
Things like food and midway games are
how the event raises money for the booster
club. Conner's three children graduated
from Land O' Lakes High and participated in
athletics, as did Darlene Harris' two.
"I've stayed as a member of the athletic
booster club because I enjoy volunteering for
this worthwhile group," said Harris, who is
the club's secretary and vendor booth com-
mittee chairwoman. "We help the athletic
teams with purchases of safety equipment,
give out college scholarships ($6,000 in
2010) to athletes and with other help."
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Quilt show and auction features hundreds of quilts


By B.C. Manion
bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

Quilt lovers who want to add to their
collections will have plenty of choices at a
quilt auction Nov. 6 at the "As Our Garden
Grows 2010 Quilt Show."
The show, presented by the Cypress
Creek Quilters' Guild, is slated from 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. at the University of South
Florida's Botanical Gardens, at Pine and
Alumni drives at the southwest corner of
the USF Tampa campus.
The auction will feature more than 90
quilts. In addition to quilts being sold, about
200 quilts will be on display in the show.
The event also features a boutique and
items for sale by vendors.
Bidding for most of the quilts will begin
at $20, with all of the proceeds from the
auction benefitting USF's Hope House for
Eating Disorders.
An event rain date has been set for
Sunday, Nov. 7.
Many quilts in the show have interesting
names, such as "Every One Loves a Sharp
Dressed Man," by Cathleene KielTokish;"It
May Be a Zoo in Here, But it's a Jungle Out
There," by Pat Reeves; and,"Clowns to the
Right,Jokers to the Left," by Paula Lewis.
While many of the 116 members of the
Cypress Creek Quilter's Guild will have
quilts on display, the show is just one of
many of the guild's activities throughout the
year.
Guild members come from many com-
munities, including Land O'Lakes, Lutz,
Wesley Chapel, Odessa, New Port Richey,
Tampa, Brandon and Mulberry.The vast ma-
jority of members are women, but there are
three male members - and the group wel-
comes more.
The youngest member of the guild, Katie
Nagel, is a teenager; the oldest member,
Katherine Coffey,is 89.
Coffey's daughter, Polly Batista, also be-
longs to the guild, though she


Diane Juranko (left) stands with Polly Batista, Dr. Pauline Powers, Joyce Bartholomew and
Cathleene Tokish, who are members of the Cypress Creek Quilters' Guild. They are holding
The Gecko's Garden, one of 200 quilts that will be on display at the "As Our Garden Grows
2010 Quilt Show." (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)


acknowledged she never thought she'd be a
quilter.
"My mother started quilting when she
was 7," Batista said. "I wasn't going to do
that. Period."
As it turns out, however, she had a
change of heart and now Batista, Lynn
Herndon and Dr. Pauline Powers are co-
chairwomen of this year's quilt show.
During a recent interview, guild mem-
bers said they came to quilting in different
ways.
Powers said she took up quilting years
ago as a way to relieve stress caused by a
particularly difficult job. She likes the fact


she can get lost in her quilting as she con-
centrates on the work. She likes being able
to fit quilting into her schedule when she
has a few minutes to spare.
Guild member Joyce Bartholomew said
she and her daughter took up quilting as a
diversion when Bartholomew's daughter
broke up with her boyfriend.
That was 25 years ago.The ex-boyfriend
is long gone, but both women still love quilt-
ing. In fact, Bartholomew is showing seven
quilts in this year's show.
Another guild member, Diane Juranko,
said she decided to give quilting a try at the
encouragement of a friend. Once she took


As Our Garden Grows
2010 Quilt Show
Where:The University of South Florida
Botanical Gardens, at Pine and Alumni
drives on the USF Tampa campus.
When: 10 a.m.to 5 p.m. Nov. 6
(Rain date: Nov. 7)
What: Quilt show features more than
200 quilts,a boutique and an auction of
more than 90 quilts.The auction will be
from 1-5 p.m. and will benefit USF's
Hope House for Eating Disorders.
Who: The Cypress Creek Quilters'
Guild is presenting the show and auction.
For more information about the show
go to www.cypresscreekquilters.org

up the craft, she never looked back.
Guild member Cathleene Tokish, who
will be showing five quilts at the show, said
she was drawn to quilting after seeing gor-
geous quilts at a show.
Besides quilting, guild members said
they enjoy trying new tools of the trade, at-
tending workshops to learn new
techniques and designs, shopping at fabric
stores to add more material to their stash
and using their talents to help various
charities.
They make Quilts of Valor, for instance, to
give to service members who have been in-
jured in the war on terror.They also make
Breast Cancer Heart Pillows for patients re-
covering from mastectomies; walker caddies
for people in nursing homes; and quilts for
kids at Hope Children's Home.
The guild meets at 6 p.m. the first
Tuesday of each month at the Lutz
Community Center, 101 1st Ave., N.E. in
Lutz.Anyone who is interested in joining the
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By B.C. Manion
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Taking characters on new adventures is
part of Odessa mystery novelist James
Swain's daily routine - but now he's the
one exploring a new terrain.
At the beginning of October, Swain
plunged into the world of electronic self-
publishing by releasing four new eBooks:
"Jackpot," "Wild Card,""The Program" and
"The Man Who Cheated Death'.
The move comes after years of success
in the conventional publishing world.
Swain's books have been published in the
United States, France,Japan, Russia, Germany
and Bulgaria.The author also has received
writing accolades for his work and has cre-
ated characters, such as TonyValentine and
Jack Carpenter, who have developed a fol-
lowing of their own with readers.
The Valentine books are in development
in Hollywood for a television series, Swain
said, adding that he wrote a script last year.
Even with his solid track record, Swain is
enthused about the possibilities of electron-
ic publishing.
"This is empowering," Swain said. "So
many people have books they want to put
out there."
He said he saw evidence of the growing
interest in electronic publishing during the
recent St. Petersburg Times 2010 Festival of
Reading.
Swain sat on a panel at the festival with
Carla Jimenez, co-owner of Inkwood Books,
an independent bookstore in south Tampa.
They discussed a topic that's near and dear
to readers: "The Future of Books."
The conference room, designed to seat 100,
was packed well beyond capacity, Swain
said.
"Probably 80 percent wanted to know
how to do this (electronic publishing).The
other 20 percent was already part of this
(electronic publishing) community," Swain
said.


Odessa author James Swain has ventured
into the world of electronic self-publishing.
(Photo by B.C. Manion)

He said he became attracted to the possi-
bility of publishing eBooks in August, after
listening to author Joe Konrath speak on the
topic at a mystery writers' conference in
Sarasota.
Swain said he'd already written some
books, and had already been paid for two of
them - but the rights had reverted to him
for those books because they had not yet
been published.
Electronic publishing offers enormous
potential for authors, Swain said. But in
order to be successful, a book must be able
to attract an audience and the author must
have an entrepreneurial bent, Swain said.
"When I launched these books, I sent
out about 1,500 e-mails to fans and people
we know," Swain said.
The sales began immediately and he's


now selling books at a clip
of about 75 to 100 books a
day, he said.
The books can be read
on a Kindle or by using an
app that's available for free
fromAmazon, Swain said.
He thinks that reading
devices, such as Kindle,
have much more to offer
than simply allowing peo-
ple to read books.
"They're stores.They're
libraries.You have access to
so much when you own
one. Even (if it is an app)
on a computer.The world
is at your fingertips."
The great thing about
Kindles is that Amazon has
thousands of eBooks that
are available for free, in-
cluding classics such as
"Pride and Prejudice,"
Swain said.
"It's like I handed you a
library," Swain said.
"Culturally, it's absolutely
fantastic. For writers like
myself who are waiting for
books to get out, it is fantas-
tic."
Amazon rewards au- (Book covers c
thors who offer books at James Swain)
an affordable price, Swain
said.Amazon pays authors
70 percent, if they price their books below
$10,he said.
"I price the books inexpensively, $2.99,"
Swain said.That seems to be the sweet spot
- it is about how much someone spends for
a cookie and a cup of coffee, he said.
By comparison, the same book would
cost more than $25 in hard cover and at
least $7.99 as a paperback, Swain said.
Swain said his previous work gives him
an advantage over unknown writers."I have


a connection with readers. I
have a following."
That being said, Swain
thinks eBooks can offer an
outstanding avenue for find-
ing new readers and for
giving new authors a
chance to get their work
published.
Electronic self-publishing
allows readers to buy books
at lower prices.It also gives
authors more control over
their final product, includ-
ing the design of the book
cover and blurbs promoting
a book.
"I can't tell you how
many times my publisher
put things up that were in-
accurate," Swain said. The
covers have also been a
problem sometimes, he said.
Too often they've been


the book's content,he said.
Swain said he doesn't
know where his quest into
electronic self-publishing
will lead, but he's certain
the industry will grow
urtesy of "I think what we're all
seeing is - this (eBook) busi-
ness is expanding and the
book sales business is con-
tracting.'
He hopes people will give eBooks a try.
"People are pointing at them saying,
"Oh, they're going to ruin the book busi-
ness. They're not. The book business was
already having a lot of problems well before
it started. This is going to save the book
business."
To download a free app for reading
eBooks or for more information about Swain
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Budget concerns cut Pasco Fire Rescue staff


By Kyle LoJacono
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Four Pasco County fire engines are now
staffed with only two firefighters, down
from the old standard of three.
"In Pasco, we normally have three on all
engines and were building toward four be-
fore the financial crisis hit," said county fire
chief Duncan Hitchcock, a 33-year veteran
in his third year as chief.
One of the affected engines is at station
No. 32, at 38223 Centennial Road off US 301
in east Pasco. It serves mainly Zephyrhills
and Dade City. Two of the
engines serve various parts
of the county as needed.
The fourth is in New Port
Richey.
Property taxes for fire
rescue service increased by
23 cents per $1,000 of tax-
able value, but that was not
enough to prevent the re-
duced staffing.
Pasco commission chair-
woman Pat Mulieri said
there were few public con-
cerns about the increase in
taxes to pay for fire rescue
services, which is likely be-
cause of how important it
is to people like Land O'
Lakes resident Connie
Whiteside.
"What's more important
than protecting your house
from a fire?"Whiteside said.
"I'd have been fine if they
raised (taxes) more to
bring in more firefighters."
Kenneth Browning, who
lives in Meadow Pointe, has
similar feelings and also 65 percent of F
fears for the firefighters:"If the most impol


I'm at work and
something starts a fire
I want to know the
fire stations can put it
out. And what if
something happens
to one or both of the
firefighters? I figure
the more people the
more safe it is for Anthony Lopinto
them."
Of the nearly 2,000 people surveyed in
Pasco this year, 65 percent said fire rescue is
their top priority in maintaining the current


peoplee surveyed in Pasco said fire rescue is
rtant county service. (File photo)


standard of service.
Mulieri said that shows
how important fire res-
cue is to county
residents, which is why
the commission decid-
ed to increase taxes for
it.
The increase in
taxes helped add 14
new personnel who re-
cently joined the force
and another 15 who
are expected to finish
training and orientation
in January. The reason
the new staff cannot
prevent the two-person
engines is there is no
longer the budget for as All Hilborough
much overtime as be- nel on board. (Phc
fore. If only a few
personnel call in sick, there would not be
enough money to fill in.
"The National Fire Protection
Association's (NFPA) recommendations are
to have four on each engine and our direc-
tor of fire rescue Anthony Lopinto had been
working for years to get us to those stan-
dards," Hitchcock said.
The NFPA's recommendations are not
rules, but more like industry best practice
guidelines. Hillsborough County also cannot
afford to staff all of its 45 engines with four
personnel, according to Hillsborough Fire
Rescue spokesman RaymondYeakley.
"All of our engines always have three and
some have four,"Yeakly said."We'd like to
have as many people working the fires as
we can to get them out fast and keep the
firefighters safe. We'd like to follow the
NFPA standards."
Yeakley said when an active fire is re-
ported, more than one engine always
reports to the scene in Hillsborough. He said


re Rescue engines have at least three person-
)to courtesy of Hillsborough Fire Rescue)

usually about 15 people are at such an
emergency.
Hillsborough has 42 stations, three of
which are based in Lutz including No. 34 at
6415 Van Dyke Road, No. 40 at 16304 N.
NebraskaAve and No. 24, also known as the
volunteer fire station, at 129 W Lutz-Lake
Fern Road.There are also stations near Lutz
in Northdale and by University Community
Hospital.
Hitchcock said there may be a possibility
of increasing the four engines back to three
personnel in Pasco after the 15 new staff
start next year. He added it is too early to tell
if that would free up enough overtime
money.
"We work hard to maintain our skill level
and knowledge of what to do in a rescue sit-
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awards ceremony at theWhite House Oct.
20.The eighth-grader was among the recipi-
ents recognized in the Presidential
Committee on the Arts and the Humanities
National Arts and HumanitiesYouth Program
Awards. The middle school student repre-
sented Girlstories Leadership Theater as one
of 15 programs chosen from more than 400
nominees.
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NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED
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Pasco High in Dade City has announced
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The program recognized 34,000 students
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ODESSA ELEMENTARY FORMAL
DEDICATION
Pasco County Schools officially dedicated
Odessa Elementary School on Oct. 27 in a
10:30 a.m. ceremony in the school's cafete-
ria.The school, at 1874 Ketzel Drive in New
Port Richey, was built for a capacity of 756
schools and opened this fall with 630 stu-
dents. The Central Pasco Chamber of
Commerce sponsored the ribbon-cutting
ceremony and the school's chorus per-
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The 5th Annual Fun Run presented by
the Pasco CountyAssociation of Educational
Office Professionals (PCAEOP) Scholarship
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attend Pasco County Schools. Registration
begins at 10:30 a.m. at Gulf Coast Harley
Davidson in New Port Richey with four ad-
ditional stops. First bike out at 11 a.m., last
bike in at 3 p.m., atVFW Post No. 4412 in


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door prizes, 50/50, live D.J., free barbecue
and a bike show with trophies awarded. For
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A bounce house, inflatable slide, a dunk
tank, hayride and hot dogs are among the of-
ferings at East Pasco Adventist Academy's
annual Fall Festival from 1-4 p.m. Nov. 7.
Admission is free and tickets for food and
rides are available at the door.The academy
is at 38434 Centennial Road in Dade City.
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SAINT LEO PUTS ON
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Saint Leo University's Music and Drama
Ministry is putting on the Broadway musical
"Hairspray"The performances are scheduled
at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4; 7 p.m. Friday,
Nov.5; and at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday.
Nov6.
The second week will follow the same
pattern with performances at: 7 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 11; 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12; and
at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. Nov 13.
The performances will be at the universi-
ty's Marmion Center, to the west of the
campus' main entrance. The campus is at
33701 SR 52.Tickets are $10 for adults; $9
for seniors; $5 for students from high
schools or other colleges; and free for chil-
dren 5 and younger.Tickets can be reserved
in advance by calling (352) 558-8331 during
weekday business hours.

WESLEY CHAPEL HIGH PTSA
YARD SALE
The Wesley Chapel High Parent-Teacher-
StudentAssociation is hosting a yard sale from
8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Nov. 6 at the corner of Old
Pasco Road and Country Club. Items for sale
include clothes, furniture and other items.


The performing arts classes at Charles S.
Rushe Middle School will have two dinner
concerts at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Nov. 4 in the
school's cafeteria.The Rushe bands, chorus
and drama students will be performing.
Tickets are $10 at the door. If you like pasta
and the performing arts, you can choose a
5 p.m. or 7 p.m. seating. The Scholastic
Book Fair will also be in the media center
that night.

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FOR ACT TEST
Registration is open now until Nov. 5 for
students wishing to take the ACT achieve-
ment test Dec. 11. The ACT tests what
students have learned in school, not their
aptitude for learning. Some colleges use ACT
scores as part of their admission process.
The ACT has four sections - English, mathe-
matics, reading and science. It takes about
three hours to complete. For more informa-
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UPCOMING EVENTS
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Bishop McLauglin Catholic High School,
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open house from 1-4 p.m. Nov. 14.
Presentations and tours will be given
throughout those hours. For more informa-
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Commotion in the ocean.
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Lots of troubles.
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-Rock Lobster, The B-52s

By Randall Grantham
Community Columnist
N -I read in the
news about a guy
getting sentenced to
almost two years in
jail for having under-
sized lobster. They
cut his son/co-defen-
dant a break and
"only" gave him 18
months in the Monroe County Jail for par-
ticipating in the great lobster heist.
Being a fifth-generation Floridian and
an avid hunter and fisher, I will admit that,
at first blush, I thought the sentence a little
harsh. I mean who among us hasn't at
least considered taking home a 21.5-inch
grouper? Or sliding a few extra redfish
under the ice?
We call it the"Cracker Exemption,' and
by that we mean that the laws might not
always apply equally to tourist and native
alike when it comes to feeding your family.
Admittedly, in today's times, I, and most of
us, do not need to bend the rules to eat a
meal.And let me just say categorically, right
now, on the record, that I have never done
any such thing.
Then, when I looked at the rest of the
article about the lobster mobsters, I saw
that they had 277 undersized wrung lob-
ster tails and therefore knew what they
were doing. Especially when Johnny Law
saw them toss the box containing their
catch overboard and try to flee.
Clearly, they were in the wrong and
were abusing the resource. But they're
not the first lobster mobster and maybe
their sentence will make the original mob-
ster feel better about his punishment.
The original Lobster Mobster, way be-
fore the Little Mermaid used the term, is
Ray Odor. He is 80-plus years old, started
diving in the 1940s and is a local legend.
His love of the underwater began in 1946
when he swam inWeekieWachee Spring,
again, way before it was commercialized
and made into a park.
Swimming there during his first fur-


Upcoming library events

Local library events will be published
the first week of every month.

Land O' Lakes Branch Library
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Book Sale, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 5-6
-TeenVideo Gaming, 6 p.m. Nov. 12
-A Minute to Win It Game Show
Night for teens, 6 p.m. Nov. 16
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lough from the army, his brother had him
put on a mask and watch when a pretty
girl dove from the 15-foot tower.As her
halter-top came down, freeing the pup-
pies, he swore an allegiance to the depths.
He had to invent his own gear based on
trial and error and a book by some guy
named "Jock" Cousteau and, in 1958, he
opened the first commercial skindiving
shop in the area.The term SCUBA had not
yet gained popularity.
He still dives and spear fishes (and sells
his own line of accessories) and you can
read all about him at www.spearfishing.cc.
But the reason I write about him here, is
that he served a stint, himself, in the
Monroe County Jail for illegal lobster.
Although I think he had too many as op-
posed to too small, he too got busted.
According to his rap song that you can
listen to on his website, he is the original
Lobster Mobster. He was lobstering in the
Keys and they caught him and put him in
the pokey. He ended up doing 38 days,
but they also forfeited his brand new SUV
and converted it to a Florida Marine Patrol
vehicle.
Talk about adding insult to injury. The
next year an FMP officer was having break-
fast with a group of Ray's diving buddies
from this area. When the cop found out
they were from Tampa and then, that they
were Ray's friends, he took great pleasure
in pointing out that the black government
vehicle parked outside used to be red. It
was Ray's truck!
Ray doesn't go down to the Keys any-
more. But, as I said, he still dives and he
manufactures spearfishing equipment.
He also lives about five blocks from my
house and when I met him the other
night, he had some stories to tell and some
artifacts and seashells to show. His wife,
Shirley, told us he could go on all night and
I'm sure he could. But after talking to him
for a few hours, I got excited and wanted
to get home so I could rest up for a dive
the next day to get some (legal) dinner
with my new stuff.

Randall C Grantham is a lifelong resi-
dent of Lutz who practices law from his
offices on Dale Mabry Highway. He can
be reached at LutzLaw@aol.com.
Copyright 2010 RCG. To comment on this
or anything else, e-mail the editor at
news@cnewspubs.com and for past
columns go to cnewspubs.com.


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through Nov. 18.
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The library is located at 2818 Collier
Parkway and can be reached at (813) 929-
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Lutz Branch Library
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Shopping Online, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 22
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The Land O' Lakes Rowing Club's Row
and Paddle for Hospice event brought about
60 people to Lake Saxon Park in Land O'
Lakes Oct. 23.
The goal was to raise money for the HPH
Hospice and the club brought in $1,550 for
the organization.
"The atmosphere was fun and exciting
and everyone wants to do it again next year,"
said Mary Jane Kranendonk, founder of the
club. "The Stewards Foundation brought
their crews and were nice enough to leave
another rowing shell for our Land O' Lakes
team to use. Overall it was a wonderful day."
The event included rowing and paddling
demonstrations, races, food vendors and
massages for those who wanted to loosen
up their muscles before or after the exer-
cise.
The money raised will go to the hospice,
which helped the Kranendonk family deal
with the loss of Kranendonk's oldest son,
Thomas, three years ago.
Laura Finch, ofWesley Chapel, is HPH's
manager of bereavement services and chil-
dren assistance programs. She said it is the
generosity of people like Kranendonk and
the club that make it possible for them to
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The club has about 15 members who are
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Pink Shirt Day at RAB Foundation Repair
RAB Foundation Repair is proud to be a leader in the sinkhole repair business by joining
with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation to help fight breast cancer. RAB has com-
mitted to donate a percentage of the proceeds from each repair project to help find a cure.
All crews wore pink RAB shirts for Pink Shirt Day Oct. 15. Pictured are RAB owners Mike
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Hike for Hospice Nov. 14
The fourth annual Hike for Hospice 5K is
at 9 a.m. Nov. 14 at the Wesley Chapel
District Park, 7727 Boyette Road.
Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.The fee is
$25 for adults, $15 for students ages 11 to
college, and $5 for children under 10.All
proceeds benefit Gulfside Regional Hospice.
All hikers receive a morning snack, bever-
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hike and sign autographs. To register or
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Brenda Gilham at (800) 561-4883.

Paper shoes support hospice
Stop in at a Gulfside Regional Hospice's
Thrift Shoppe and purchase a paper shoe
for $1 donation in memory and honor of a
loved one."It is so inspiring to go into one
of our Thrift Shoppes and see the shoes on
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and honor of our loved ones," said Gulfside's
president and CEO Linda Ward. The Lutz
Thrift Shoppe is located at 21780 SR 54 in
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MOSI receives gift for exhibit
The Museum of Science and Industry re-
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and prevention that explores developmental
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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

How great is a coffee shop that serves
organic coffee and food while donating 10
percent of its proceeds to missions? I am
talking about this new place in Lutz called
A Cup of Organic.
It lives by the slogan: the coffee that
gives back.
When I walked in, I was greeted by a
very friendly guy named Joel who said,
"Our goal is to create an environment and
a business that shares love, hope, encour-
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Even if that isn't your cup of tea, the
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mmmm, it was delicious!
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turn of AutoFest, hosted by Zephyrhills
Festivals Inc. and Zephyrhills Auction Inc.
The 26th Annual Fall AutoFest will take
place Nov. 11-14, and will open at 8 a.m.
each day.
Tim Sierra, who works for Zephyrhills
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swap meet, car corral and exhibition racing
on a quarter- mile dirt track.
The antique collector car auction will
take place Friday, Nov. 12 and Saturday, Nov.
13. The auction will begin at 11 a.m. on
Friday and 9:30 a.m. on Saturday. It will be a
gathering of buyers and sellers with special
vehicles such as street rods, muscle cars,
classics, racecars, specialty trucks and mo-
torcycles up for auction. A total of 290 cars,
both domestic and foreign, will be accepted
at the auction for both days. There is an
array of consigned auction vehicles so far
ranging from Ford coupes to fully loaded
Chevy Corvettes.
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sale at the car corral. "Unlike the auction,
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TRAINING CLINIC AT REC COMPLEX
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Clinics will take place from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Nov 6 and Nov 13 at the Land O' Lakes
Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier Parkway.
Learn discipline, hard work ethics and
developmental skills used in any sport. For
children ages 12 and older. Cost is $55 each
class. For information, call (813) 929-1220.

BUSINESS SENSE
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The second annual economic gardening
conference is from 7:30-11:45 a.m. Nov. 4 at
Residence Inn at NorthPointe, 2101
Northpointe Parkway in Lutz. Learn how to
build and sustain an innovative and
dynamic economy with new ideas and
businesses, and accelerate existing ones.
For information, visit
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MILITARY
VETERANS DAY BARBECUE
Veterans Initiative of Pasco and St.Jude's
Homeless Veterans Resource Center will
host a Veterans Day flag ceremony and
barbecue at 10 a.m. Nov. 6. Homeless
veterans will receive free bicycles,free
haircuts, clothes, shoes, food, care packages
and free Google voicemail cards.The
barbecue is at 7445 Chester McKay Drive in
New Port Richey. For information or to get
involved, please call Morson Livingston at
(813) 951-2288.


Steve Sperry's "Burlesque"

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ART LEAGUE SHOWCASE
Carrollwood Cultural Center will host a
members' show for the North TampaArts
League Nov 8 through Nov. 29.A reception
to meet the artists is from 6-9 p.m. Nov. 11.
The league boasts a wide range of artists
and media from traditional oil to watercolor
to digital imaging.The center is located at
4537 Lowell Road in Tampa. For
information, call (813) 269-1310.


COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
DIABETES PREVENTION
PROGRAM
A new 16-week diabetes prevention
program is being offered at First
Baptist Church of Lutz running from
now until Jan. 24 each Monday from 6-
7 p.m.A trained expert will meet with
participants to discuss nutrition,
physical activity and behavioral
changes to reduce the risk of
developing the condition in pre-
diabetic people.The program goals are
to reduce participant's weight by 7
percent and increase physical activity.
People in the program need to be at
least 18 years old.The class is $50 for
YMCA members, $100 for
nonmembers. For more information,
call Shera Goode at (813) 316-6834 or
e-mail her at ydpp@tampaymca.org.


SALERNO THEATRE PERFORMANCE
Salerno's Music of the Knight:The Songs of
Sir Andrew LloydWebber and Friends
opens at the Carrollwood Cultural Center
Nov. 5. Showtimes are Nov. 5-14, Fridays and
Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.
Ticket prices are $18-$25.The center is
located at 4537 Lowell Road inTampa.To
purchase tickets, call (813) 269-1310 or visit
www.SalernoTheatre.com.

LEND A HAND
Dental Arts of Lutz, together with Lia
Sophia, is sponsoring a drop off event for
Dress for Success Tampa Bay from 12-6:30
p.m. Nov. 5. Dress for Success provides
professional attire, support network and
career tools to disadvantaged women. Items
needed are suits, scarves, purses, blouses,
slacks, skirts, jackets, shoes, pantyhose,
jewelry and more. Enjoy refreshments, hours
d'oeuvres, botox and other specials.A
portion of the proceeds from products sold
will be donated to the charity. DentalArts is
located at 19125 US 41 N in Lutz. For
information, call (813) 9494568.

FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT
GAME ON AT MOSI
MOSI will host video gaming, tournaments
and entertainment from 2-8 p.m. Nov. 13.
Play your favorite computer, console and
strategy games for an hour or two or the
entire day. For all ages. Cost is $8 per hour
or $45 for the entire day. MOSI members
pay $6 per hour or $34 for the day.
For information, call (813) 987-6000.


SERENGETI SAFARI RETURNS
Busch Gardens brings back Serengeti Night
Safari Nov. 5, 13, 20 and 27 and Dec. 4, 11
and 18.Venture through Edge of Africa to
witness the active nighttime behaviors of
hippos, lions and hyenas.The nighttime
experience begins and ends in the Safari
Club, with appetizers and adult beverages
before the excursion and a nightcap
complete with coffee and desserts after.The
Serengeti Night Safari begins between 6:30
and 8:30 p.m.The cost is $60 per person,
plus tax.Admission is not included and is
not required. Guests must be 21 years of age
or older to participate. For reservations, call
(888) 800-5447 or visit BuschGardens.com.

HARRY POTTER AT IMAX
MOSI invites audiences of all ages to
experience Harry Potter and the Deathly
Hallows: Part 1 at the IMAX Dome Theatre
Nov 19. Many fun activities are planned for
the release of the new film.The science gift
store will be filled with Harry Potter
memorabilia.Tickets are on sale now and
can be purchased by calling, (813) 987-6000.

THE GROVES CRAFT FAIR
The Groves Social Club
will have their fall arts
and craft fair from 10
a.m.-3 p.m. Nov. 13.The
crafts are all made by the
vendors and will include
jams, breads, sauces,
jewelry, novelty hats,
Florida friendly plants,
gift baskets,wreaths, pillows and throws and
more. The fair is indoors.The onsite
restaurant will be open.The Groves is located
at 7924 Melogold Circle in Land O' Lakes.
For information, call Donna Hartwick at
(813) 996-3470.

CHARITY SALE AT BELK
All Belk stores are having a charity sale from
6-10 a.m. Nov 6. Receive 20-70 percent off
storewide during this private sale.A $5
admission ticket, a 100 percent charitable
donation to participating organizations, is
required. Beginning at 6 a.m., the first 100
customers will receive a free Belk gift card
valued from $5 up to $1,000.Tickets can be
purchased at your local Belk store, 2111
Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes.

THE BEAUTY WITHIN
BATTLE OF THE SALONS AND SPAS
Several area salons are battling it out to
raise money for Vixens Against Violence, a
benefit for victims of domestic violence and
sexual assault. Book your beauty
appointment for Nov. 6 and 10 percent of
the proceeds go to the charity. Raffle prizes
and drawings, special deals, purple VAV
manicures and pedicures, and onsite
donation drop boxes. Participants include:


* Stars Organic Spa Group, 2136 Ashley Oaks
Circle inWesley Chapel, (813) 973-8787.
* Bangs and Blondes LLC Salon and Spa, 5701
Gray Road in Wesley Chapel, (813) 994-2337.
* Susan's Mane Tamers, 18476 US 41 in
Lutz, (813) 949-6263.
For more information and updated
participant list, visit
www.VixensAgainstViolence.com.

SCENT-SATIONAL EVENING
Dillard's at The Shops atWiregrass will host
a"scent-sational" evening from 5-9 p.m. Nov.
11,including make-up artists, drawings for
prizes, entertainment, refreshments and
various gifts with purchase. Book your
appointment and reserve your spot with a
$35 gift card. Use the gift card toward your
purchases. Book ahead to register for
drawings and to receive a goody bag.
Dillard's is located at 28335 Paseo Drive in
Wesley Chapel. For information, call June
Wilson at (813) 991-1352 ext. 5014.

FAMILY HEALTH
HOSPICE COUNSELING
Gulfside Regional Hospice will host
bereavement seminars called"Getting
Through the Holidays" at the Gulfside Thrift
Shoppe, 21780 SR 54 in Lutz, at 11 a.m.
Nov. 8 and Dec. 9.The seminars offer ways
to help family members through the
holidays that can be difficult for survivors.
For information, call (727) 844-3946.

HEALTH EDUCATION SERIES
St.Joseph's Hospital-North, 4211 Van Dyke
Road in Lutz, will host these seminars in the
Garden Lobby Classroom:
* Relief from Chronic Sinus Pain, 6:30-7:30
p.m., Nov. 9. Guest speakers are Dr.Parag
Parikh and Dr.John Fraker.
* Woman's Urological Health, 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
Nov. 11. Guest speaker is Dr.TimothyWeber.
Seminars and parking are free. Light
refreshments will be served.To make a
reservation, call (813) 402-2376.

MEMORY SCREENINGS
USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute, 4001
E. Fletcher Ave. in Tampa, is offering free
memory screenings to adults 55 and older
on Nov 16.Appointments are required.To
schedule a screening, call (813) 974-4357.

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The Conservative Club of East Pasco celebrated
its membership objective of 100 members at
their Oct. 18 meeting.The renamed club set its
member goal to be achieved by Nov. 1.
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as 100 and 101 members.The club consists of
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Sleepy Hollow house in Lutz
When Halloween rolls around, the Camp family decorates their front yard with a theme. This
year, it was transformed into the opening of the Tim Burton movie Sleepy Hollow complete with
a headless horseman, town sign and scarecrow. Do they decorate for Christmas too? Yes, they
said, but not like this! Paul and Cat Camp are residents of Lutz. (Photo courtesy of Cat Camp)


SWAMP FEST, from page 1
Conner said the club handles $250,000
in fundraising for the school's programs
each year.
"That all comes from fundraising from
the community," Conner said."It eases the
burden of the school district to buy new
equipment.We also pay for the participation
fees for kids that can't afford it themselves."
Rich Batchelor is an assistant principal at
Land O' Lakes High and is managing the athlet-
ic department while athletic director Karen
Coss is on maternity leave. He is very apprecia-
tive of what the event means for the school.
"The money from the Swamp Fest helps
quite a few groups here," Batchelor said."It
also helps our clubs and organizations be-
cause they get a part of the money by
helping at the event.The money will help
the athletics by buying new uniforms, equip-
ment, pays for banquets and helps offset


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Where: Land O' Lakes Community
Center, 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.
When: Friday, Nov. 5-Sunday, Nov. 7
Website: www.LOLswampfest.com

travel cost.The booster club is a wonderful
group that does a lot for the school."
Conner, Harris and Batchelor each said
the real key to the festival's success is what
it does for the area.
"The Swamp Fest brings our community
together for some fun family entertainment,"
Harris said."I love seeing the kids and their
parents enjoying the food, watching local
kids dancing on stage, local bands playing
and of course the fantastic fall weather. I
hope you can come to the Swamp Fest and
have some fun with us."


important because they prevent flooding,
they provide water treatment and ground-
water recharge and they are part of the
network of waterways.
Lake Heather Pond, unlike most ponds,
does not flow into other waterways unless
there is an unusual flood event, Hunter said.
But it does pick up pollutants that are
carried into the pond from nearby yards,
streets and parking lots.
It's important to minimize pollutants and
to use vegetation to provide cover for baby
fish, said Hunter, whose group known as
Lake Heather Pond Keepers has been help-
ing to keep the pond healthy since 2006.
Those wishing to participate in Hillsborough
County's Adopt-A-Pond program must submit an
application, which can be found on the
Hillsborough County Water Atlas at www.hills-
borough.wateratlas.us.edu/AAP.The application
explains the program's requirements.
Pasco County also has a volunteer pro-


A look at the view that residents living on
Lake Heather Pond now enjoy.
gram aimed at keeping ponds healthy.
Information about that program can be
found at www.adoptapondpasco.org.
The website explains the criteria used
for acceptance into the program, offers sug-
gestions on vegetation, includes a form
people can fill out if they would like a pres-
entation on the program and offers other
useful information.
The nonprofit Pasco organization lists its
partners and supporters as Florida Lake
Watch, Hillsborough River WatershedAlliance,
Pasco County Government and the Southwest
FloridaWater Management District.


Keep your pond healthy:
* Don't let yard waste and falling leaves wash into your storm drains. Compost them or
use them for mulch.
* Fertilize wisely.Twice a year is often enough and spring and fall are the best times to fer-
tilize.
* Learn about your dirt.You can have your soil analyzed by the Hillsborough County
Cooperative Extension Service. Once you know more about your soil,you will know
what it really needs.When using fertilizer, think"slow" - as in slow release or insoluble.
That way the fertilizer you put on your yard will stay there instead of ending up in your
pond.
* Establish fertilizer-free zones. Stay at least 50 feet away from your pond and a few feet
away from your pavement with fertilizer applications.

Fighting invasive plants:
*Avoid disturbing natural areas.This means you should avoid clearing native vegetation, re-
frain from planting non-native plants and steer clear of dumping yard wastes.
* Do not use exotic species in your landscaping, for land restoration or for erosion con-
trol projects.
* Use plants that are native to your local region, as much as possible, for your landscaping
projects. If the plant is not native, make sure that it is not known to be invasive.Your co-
operative extension service can advise you on that.

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Warriors make states


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Before this season, the tcinlbr~rciicr High
girls golf team set a goal to reach the state
tournament and the second-year program
did just that Oct. 25.
"I'm so proud for the team," saidWarriors
junior golfer Sara Bair."We knew we could
do it.We've worked really hard to get better
and this shows what we can do."
The Warriors shot a 339 at the Class 1A,
Region 5 tournament, good enough for sec-
ond behind Northside Christian's 295.
'tcilbrciincr seniorAlex Milan shot the
second best score of the tournament with a
3-over 74. Bair came in with an 81.
Milan, who has committed to play at
Florida State University next year, has played
in the state tournament as an individual the
last two years, but has never been part of a
team in the event.
"I'm so excited to get there as a team my
senior year," Milan said."... I definitely see us
finishing in the top five. As long as we all
stay calm and play like we know we can, we
should be in the top five."


Warriors coach - -
Mark Mann said
Milan's experience
in states will help
the rest of the
team.
"Alex was so
happy for every-
one else," Mann
said. "She wanted Sara Bair
them to have that
experience. She's finished No. 9 and No. 8
the last two years in the state and I think
she'll be able to help the team get ready for
it."
Milan got that No. 9 finish two years ago
at Sickles High and No. 8 last year when
tciulibrciiiicr opened.
"Ultimately I'm going out to win like any
other tournament," Milan said of states."If
you're not trying to win then you shouldn't
be out there. I know I have the ability to
win, I just have to do it."
Steinbrenner was 10-3 in the regional
season and won the program's first district
title Oct. 18.The state tournament is Nov. 2
and 3.


Alan Black and Wildcat boys reach states


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

In the 11-year history ofWesley Chapel
High no boys golf team had ever reached
the state tournament until now.
"Really this is something we couldn't
have planned any better," saidWesley Chapel
senior Brandon Mumaw. "We have a lot of
seniors and this is our last chance to get to
states."
The Wildcats shot 319, which was tied
with Saddlebrook Prep after 18 holes.The
two district rivals went to a playoff, which
the Wildcats took to claim the 1A-3 regional
championship.
"It didn't look good early, but the kids re-
grouped and truly every shot mattered,' said
Wesley Chapel coach Alan Black. "They
knew they were going to states when they
got to the playoff because the top two
teams advance, so they were able to play
loose. Saddlebrook has been our big rival
the last bunch of years, so you couldn't have
written a better script for us."
The program first coincides with Black's
last season. Black has been at Wesley Chapel


since the school opened after spending 10
years at Land O' Lakes High.
"I've been on the team for four years
now and we've been getting better each
year," Brandon said."When we started the
year we knew we'd have a chance to get to
states and send coach Black out on top. It re-
ally is something special."
Coach Black has taken two individual
golfers to states before, including Cameron
Knight who won the 2004 2A state title.
"The team finished third in districts, but
the top three advance," saidWildcats athletic
director Steve Mumaw."The kids had high
expectations, but probably didn't think
they'd win the championship. Before every
tournament they said to each other they
needed to win for coach Black, so they put
pressure on themselves all year and it's great
to see them win."
Steve is also Brandon's father.
"I'm proud of all the kids, not just my
son," Steve said. "Jacob (Fleck) went out and
shot 2-under and was great all day."
Fleck's tournament low 70 claimed the
individual championship. He also won the
Sunshine Athletic Conference Oct. 11.


Steinbrenner cross country gaining statewide recognition


Second-year school has big
goals for district tournament

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Before a team can consistently win it
needs confidence in itself and ' tcinirciiiicr
High boys cross country runners now have
that belief in their abilities.
The Warriors enter this week's Class 2A,
District 5 tournament, which is Nov. 4 atAl
Lopez Park in Tampa, ranked No. 6 in the
state by the Florida Athletic Coaches
Association. ~cinlirciiiicr has also won four
of the first eight meets it has participated in
this season.
"The biggest thing is this year we know
we can win any event we're in," said senior
Alex Newby, who is Steinbrenner's No. 1
runner."... Last year we just didn't feel that
way. We've beaten a lot of good teams at
meets and we're ready to do the same thing
in districts."
One of the changes this year for the
Warriors is the addition of coach Bobby
McConnell, who taught and coached at
Gaither High last year.
"We have a lot of great runners who real-
ly enjoy cross country," said McConnell, who
teaches social studies at r~cinbrciiicr
"Everyone has gotten much better since we


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the team before the start of practice.


started in the summer and we
have a lot of depth.Alex is our
fastest runner, Dan Sarver is
our second fastest and after
that, anyone is third through
sixth at any race."
Newby said his best time
in the 5K (5 kilometers or 3.1
miles) is 16 minutes and 38
seconds.
The Warriors team has 24
runners, but many watching
the team likely think there are
two less. The reason is there
are two sets of twins on the
roster, both sets born on
March 13.The older set is Dan
and Matt Sarver, seniors.
"We're a lot closer this
year and that's probably just
because we've spent two
years together as a team
since the school opened,"
said Matt, whose personal
best in the 5K is 16:46."We
put in a lot of miles during
the summer and that has
been the biggest help. We


had the 500 mile club and we tried to get
everyone to put in 500 miles of running
during the summer."
Dan's personal best is a little behind
Matt's at 17:21, but he took last year off
from cross country to play
football for the Warriors.
"I learned how much I
love cross country when I
took that year off," Dan said.
"I'm glad I came back to the
sport and I think we're good
enough to come in the top
two or three in districts."
The younger set of twins
is Zach and Tyler Lima, soph-
omores. The two have seen
improvement from summer
workouts like the Sarvers,
but also from new methods
brought by McConnell.
"We did a lot of running
last year, but our new coach
creates more individual
workouts for us;' Zach said,
whose personal best is
17:16."1 liked our old coach
II speaks to and everything, but coach
Bobby seems to be able to
work with us individually a


Sports college exposure seminar
It's Game Time,a group that gives seminars
on how to prepare high school student-athletes
for college,will be hosting a sports college expo-
sure seminar for all athletics at 4 p.m. Nov. 13 at
5105 School Road in Land O' Lakes.The compa-
ny has more than 20 years experience of having
the free seminar,which is open to the public.

Recreational winter basketball
The Pasco County Parks and Recreation
Department and the Land O' Lakes
Recreation Complex will have a noncompeti-


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Matt (left) and Dan Sarver are two of the top run-
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little better."
Both sets of twins are fraternal, not iden-
tical, but they look very similar to their
sibling.
"It's funny at meets if we both get on the
medal stand," Zach said."People look at us
both weird sometimes because we look so
alike."
While Newby and the Sarver twins spent
two years at Sickles High before coming to
'tcinbrciiiir, the Limas have only been
Warriors.


Zach (left) and Tyler Lima are one of two sets of
twins on the Steinbrenner cross country team.


"I really feel lucky that we're getting to
start the cross country program at the
school," said Tyler, whose personal best is
17:17."The older guys on the team won't be
here for four years like my brother and me.
We'll be part of the first class that spends
four years here and we've got all that time
to get the team to the top level."
While the Warriors are No. 6 in the state,
they have very tough competition in their
district from Jesuit High and Berkeley
Preparatory, both in the top five.


tive winter basketball league for boys and girls
ages 7-15.To register,visit the complex, 3032
Collier Parkway, Dec. 14 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
The cost is $35 per child. Games will likely be
played Thursdays or Saturdays. Interested
coaches should call (813) 929-1220 by Dec. 2.

Correction
Academy at the Lakes girls golfer Ellen
Crowley shot an 86 and finished tied for sec-
ond in the district tournament with Wesley
Chapel's Hana Lee.Crowley's teammate Anna
Fornelli came in third with an 88.

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Land 0' Lakes High takes first
The Land O' Lakes High girls swim team
came in first at the Class 2A, District 5 tour-
nament Oct. 28 at the New Tampa YMCA.
The Gators scored 356 points, followed by
Sunlake High with 347.
The Land O' Lakes boys squad finished
second with 262 behind Lecanto High's 311
and in front of Sunlake's 248. The Gators
boys and girls were the winners of the
Sunshine Athletic Conference tournament
the week before, with the Seahawks boys
and girls placing second.


Sunlake's Megan Huynh won the girls 50-yard
freestyle in 27.44 seconds in districts. (Photos
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that placed first with a time of 1:49:37.


The Sunlake boys swim team came in third
behind Lecanto and Land O' Lakes in districts.
Seen is Seahawks swimmer Lex Krautheim
as he dives into the pool during a race.


Lutz Lightning take another tournament title
The first-year Lutz Lightning '97 girls 12U softball team recently won their 10th tour-
nament of the year at an NSA High School division tournament in Lakeland. The
girls also finished fourth out of 135 12U teams at the USFA World Series in
Panama City in July. The girls practice at Oscar Cooler Sports Complex in Lutz and
regularly compete against girls up to 18 years old at events. The team includes
Megan Lane, Patti Pellegrin, Danielle Harvey, Lindsey White, Megan Chaplow,
Allison Carroll, Chloe Bethel, Sara Siwinski, Erin Knoeppel, Abby Mayers and
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Land O' Lakes hands Sunlake its first loss


Gators 29-21 win keeps
them alive for the playoffs

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

As the final second ticked off the clock,
Land O' Lakes High coach Matt Kitchie
looked up, raised his arms and yelled with
excitement and relief.
The Gators (7-1) won a hard-fought game
against Class 3A, District 7 rival Sunlake High
(7-1) 29-21 Oct. 29 to stay alive in the play-
offs. Land O' Lakes has made a Pasco County
record 13 straight postseason appearances
entering this season, but a loss to the
Seahawks would have ended that.
"It's very important," Kitchie said of keep-
ing the streak alive in his second season
coaching the Gators."I don't want to be the
guy who lets that die."
Gators senior quarterback Stephen
Weatherford is the sixth member of his fam-
ily to play for Land O' Lakes and likely felt a
little more pressure to keep the streak alive
than anyone else on the team.
"It is a great feeling,"Weatherford said.
"My brothers have all played here and I did-
n't want to be on that team to stop the
streak."
The Gators had to come back in the
game's final minutes for the win.The offense
got the ball back with 6:57 left in the game
on their own 19 yard line. It took ten plays
for Land O' Lakes to get to the Sunlake 4
when Weatherford took matters into his
own hands.
With 2:58 on the clock,Weatherford ran
in for a four-yard touchdown to put Land O'


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Land O' Lakes senior quarterback Stephen
Weatherford had 224 passing yards, two touch
throws and a rushing score against Sunlake.


Lakes up for good.The Gators
signal caller said he always be-
lieved the offense would be
able to get the winning score.
"Being the quarterback of a
team you've got to stay calm
and confident," Weatherford
said. "If you panic then the
whole team is going to panic.
Everyone on our team knows
we have a good offense and
athletes who can score at any
time."
The Gators defense stopped
Sunlake on the next drive by
sacking Seahawks senior quar-
terback Jacob Jackson twice
and forcing an incompletion
on fourth down. Weatherford
got the ball back and added a
21-yard touchdown pass to sen-
ior wide receiver Will Irwin
with seconds remaining.
"I knew our defense was
going to go out there and get
us the ball back,"Weatherford
said."I have to face it in prac- Gators wid,
tice and they just bring the win against
heat.We've got great lineback-
ers and defensive line and they just fly all
over the place."
That defense had 10 sacks in the game,
the third double digit sack performance of
the season, four from junior linebacker
ShadowWilliams.
"He's definitely the toughest quarterback
we've had to take down this year,"Williams
said of Jackson. "He's a load, but we just
needed to swarm to the ball and we were
able to get it done."
Senior linebacker Patrick
Meritt sacked Jackson on third
down of Sunlake's final drive,
which essentially ensured the
win.
"That's the most intense feel-
ing I've ever felt in my life,"
Meritt said."Going into that play
I wasn't designed to blitz, but the
gap opened and I just decided to
go."
Land O' Lakes came out on
top, but some early fumbles near-
ly cost them the game. The
Gators gave Sunlake the ball on
their own 30 on the third play of
their first drive. Jackson made
them pay when he hit junior
tight end Nick Morrison for a 10-
yard pass for a touchdown.
The Gators put the ball on
the ground six times of which
two were picked up by Sunlake.
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High they fumbled four times


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Land O' Lakes coach Matt Kitchie.


and lost two.
Kitchie had the kids work on securing
the ball in practice before the matchup and
said they will continue to correct the prob-
lem.
The Land O' Lakes offense's 29 points
were more than the 21 Sunlake had given
up all year entering the contest.Weatherford
completed 13 of 26 passes for 224 yards
and two touchdowns, including one to jun-
ior tight end Kent Taylor. Senior running
back Ryan Lane had 40 yards on nine carries
and a touchdown.
Jackson was the Seahawks offensive
leader, completing five of 13 passes for 66
yards and two touchdowns while adding an-
other 70 rushing, including 61 on a


Sunlake quarterback Jacob Jackson had
two passing touchdowns and a rushing
score against Land O' Lakes.
touchdown run near the end of the third
quarter.
"He's a special player," Kitchie said of
Jackson."I hate to see him go from this area.
It's fun to watch games like this. Even if
you're coaching against him and you think
your head is going to explode, but still it's
just so much fun. I have the best job in the
world."
Things will not get easier for the
Seahawks when undefeated Pasco comes to
play them Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m.
"We'll have to get back at it in practice
and learn from this," said Sunlake coach Bill
Browning.
Land O' Lakes will play Mitchell High at
home Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m.


2010 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS


Sunlake sophomore Eddie Burgos had 70 return yards against the Gators.


Class 5A District 5
Plant 6-2 (2-0)
Alonso 3-5 (1-1)
Chamberlain 2-7 (1-1)
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Wharton 3-5 (1-1)
Freedom 3-5 (0-2)

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Tarpon Springs 4-5 (3-1)
Ridgewood 2-6 (2-2)
River Ridge 2-6 (1-2)
Fivay 1-4 (1-2)
Hudson 0-8 (0-4)


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

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Robinson 7-1 (4-1)
Middleton 3-5 (3-3)
Lennard 5-3 (2-3)
Strawberry Crest 4-4 (2-3)
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ready established a winning
reputation.
The Warriors (17-9) won
their second straight Class 4A,
District 9 championship by de-
feating Strawberry Crest High
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just 64 minutes.
"I feel like we came out ex-
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"We came out strong. We
served, we passed really well.
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game we got a little relaxed for
a while.You know our goal all year has been
to finish and that's what they did.
"I think it was an expectation coming
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pectation for this season. It's been a goal
from when we started the program last year
to put district titles up there."
The Warriors were led in kills by junior
outside hitter Miranda Powell with nine
against the Chargers (12-9-1), followed by
senior outside hitter Natalia Ortiz with eight
and senior middle hitter Megan Moyer with
seven.
"We played really hard last year and
we're going to keep it up this year," Moyer
said."We'll play our hardest and just go as far
as we can this year."


Erin McMurtry sets up a kill against
Strawberry Crest.


Steinbrenner freshmen Rachel Mathison (left) and
Casey McLean with the district championship trophy.


Ortiz added three blocks in the contest.
Powell had two blocks and a team-high
seven aces.
Giving those frontline players clean op-
portunities was setter Erin McMurtry, who
had 38 assists while adding five aces and
five digs.The senior and co-captain believes
the team's collective mentality can serve
them well in regionals.
"We just play together as a team,"
McMurtry said."We have fun, but we're uni-
fied. We don't want to break apart. If
someone is having like a bad day, we just
pick them up."
While most of the Warriors have experi-
enced a district crown before, two are
freshman. Outside hitter Rachel Mathison
and setter Casey McLean were part of the
junior varsity (IV) squad that finished 18-1
this season before moving to varsity.
"It was really honoring because we start-
ed off as JV and we bumped up because we
were performing so well and now it's just
an honor to be able to defend our district
title," said Mathison, who had four kills in the
title match.
Coming up to a team that was the reign-
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got the experience.We've got a year under
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that first round of regionals last year and on
our home court, so I think they remember
that feeling right now."
Steinbrenner plays against Palmetto High
at home Nov. 2 at 7 p.m.
In the 5A-9 tournament, Freedom High
fell to Sickles High 25-18,25-17, 25-21.The
Patriots still advance to regionals, but have
to play on the road at Venice High Nov 3.
-All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com
by coaches.


Warriors team captains Natalia Ortiz (left), Cary Anne Bame (center) and Erin McMurtry
with the program's second district title. (Photos by Allen McMurtry)


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"My family's been fishing for eight generations. It's just a way of life.
That's why we've got to get this cleaned up."
Pete Floyd
Commercial Fisherman,
Pascagoula, Mississippi



When the spill hit, a lot of people said it would be the end. BP said they would try
to make this right. But how was an energy company going to help a fisherman?

Putting People to Work
The first thing they did was rent my boat and hire me to help with the cleanup.
They made up my losses so I could pay my bills. And they worked with all kinds
of people here from fishermen and shrimpers to restaurant owners. It helped
us keep our businesses open. And it helped us make ends meet so we could
support our families.

Staying for the Long Haul
When they capped the well in July and finally killed it, we were all relieved. But
would BP stick around? Well, they did. The beaches are clean and we're back on
the water fishing so things are getting a whole lot better. They are still here and
have said they will keep working for as long as it takes.


Getting Back to Normal
BP asked me to share my story with you to keep you informed. If you still need
help, please call 1-866-448-5816 or go to bp.com. If you're wondering what you
can do, well - the next time you're shopping, buy a little Gulf seafood.
There is none finer.


For information visit: bp.com
restorethegulf.gov
facebook.com/bpamerica
twitter.com/bp_america
youtube.com/bp


For assistance, please call:
To report impacted wildlife: (866) 557-1401
To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816
To make spill-related claims: (800) 440-0858
floridagulfresponse.com


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