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Steve McDonald, one of the three new business owners, gazes out at the course. McDonald
has been playing golf since he was 7 years old and has given more than 10,000 golf lessons
in his 46 years of golfing. (Photo by Zack Peterson)


Trio purchases Plantation Palms Golf Club


By Zack Peterson
zpeterson@cnewspubs.com

For years, Plantation Palms Golf Club, a
rolling green surrounded by marshy wet-
lands, stout cypress trees and blossoming
reed willows, has been under the control of
Plantation Palms Homeowners Association.
Now, Plantation Palms Golf Club is under
the ownership of MJS Golf Group, a collec-
tive of three Native American business
owners looking to give the course a new
and highly defined profile.
Mitch Osceola, Jayson Ray and Steve
McDonald bought the property from the
homeowners association recently after years
of searching for a suitable course.The pur-
chase price was not disclosed.
"Our business had been looking for years
for a golf course," McDonald said."But noth-
ing fit until Plantation Palms.When we saw
how well maintained everything was, we
knew it was the one we wanted to go after."
According to McDonald, the homeown-
ers association put the course on the
market because "gold course ownership
wasn't their specialty."
The MJS business trio's history travels
much further back though.
All were raised within their respective
tribes, with Osceola a native Seminole in
Florida; Ray part of the Klamath Modoc
tribe in the Northwest and McDonald grow-


ing up with the Prairie Band Potawatomis in
the plains of Kansas. Despite their differ-
ences, the men ultimately found golf to be
their life's passion.
After years of involvement with the
sport, McDonald and Osceola met in 1997,
introduced to one another by Osceola's
brother, Max, a member of the Seminole
Tribal Council.
Later in 2002, McDonald and Osceola
met Ray, and the ideas for business collabo-
ration began to brew.
"We kind of all had the same aspirations
and dreams of entering into a business to-
gether," Ray said. "The tough part was
scrapping up the money to be owners."
But before the MJS business trio that
came together in 2005, Ray founded the
First Nations Golf Association nonprofit or-
ganization in 2002.
Described as "a golf association for
Native Americans" by McDonald, the founda-
tion of the FNGA provided some of the
initial business experience the trio would
later need to use with Plantation Palms.
Throughout the years, the trio hosted
multiple tournaments, traveling across the
entire country to do so.
"We've hosted events in Washington,
Arizona, New Mexico, Minnesota, California,
Mississippi and Oklahoma," McDonald said.
'We've been everywhere.?
See GOLF, page 21


Hillsborough


completes


redistricting

New alignment shifts Odessa
and Keystone to a sprawling
district that reaches Ruskin

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Odessa and Keystone residents will
have new representation once the newly
unveiled Hillsborough County districts
take effect in 2011.
The Hillsborough Commission voted 6-
1 in favor of the new alignment, with only
Democrat Kevin Beckner voting against it.
Les Miller, the only other Democrat on the
board, sided with the five Republicans.
Lutz, Odessa and
Keystone had been
within county
District 2, but com-
missioners had to
split the northwest
Hillsborough com-
munities because of
growth in the area.
Odessa/Keystone Kevin Beckner
were moved into District 1, which stretch-
es into south Tampa and the South Shore
area.
U.S. Census data show the former
District 2 had to lose about 23,000 resi-
dents to approach a total population of
about 300,000. Hillsborough has about 1.2
million people and each district must have
nearly the same amount according to the
county's charter.
The new district
map was drawn by
commissioner Mark
Sharpe. His District
7 does not repre-
sent any one area
and is instead voted
for by all county cit-
izens.
s.Mark Sharpe
"It wasn't easy to Mark Sharpe
draw up the districts;' Sharpe said."We sup-
ported the Fair DistrictAmendments and
had to make them equal in population. In
the end I think we did the best we could."
One of the arguments against the old
districts was a portion of southern
Hillsborough that normally votes heavily
Republican was within District 1, which
also represents south and east Tampa.That
area retained its snake-like portion of
South Shore.
Sandra Murman is the District 1 com-
missioner. Sharpe said residents in South
Shore "like the representation" they have
received from Murman and wanted to
stay under her jurisdiction.
District 2 Commissioner Victor Crist
said he would have liked Odessa and
Keystone to remain with Lutz, but under-
stood the population numbers would not
allow it.
"Culturally Lutz and Odessa/Keystone
are very similar," Crist said. "It will be a
change for those people I think, but it
couldn't be helped."
Patrick Manteiga, a Democrat and the
publisher of the weekly newspaper La
Gaceta, was at the meeting when the dis-
tricts were announced and was less than
See REDISTRICTING, page 21


Red, white and ... who's next?
Lutz Guv'na Stephanie Ensor takes the "oath of office" last year after raising
the most money for local charities. The new Guv'na will be named July 4 dur-
ing the Lutz Independence Day celebration. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)
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Extension looks to dispel
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By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Pasco County Cooperative Extension di-
rector BJ Jarvis has heard almost every myth
when it comes to snakes, spiders and other
native species, so she created a camp to
teach kids the truth about Florida's wildlife.
She helped start the summer Kids Kamp
program six years ago, which kicked off this
year with a class on snakes and spiders.
"We wanted to give the kids a chance to
get their hands in the dirt and spend some
time with their environment," Jarvis said.
"We want kids to know what to do when
they encounter a snake or a spider. Some
people are terrified of snakes and they don't
have to be. We wanted to dispel some of
these myths."
The day started with the kids learning
about spiders and finding some of their
webs around the Extension office. Then
they moved back inside to see reptile spe-
cialist Jim Mendenhall's critters.
Mendenhall brought 14 snakes, a gopher
tortoise and a Gila monster for the children
to see. Most of the animals can be found in
Florida, while some come from other places
in the country and world. Some, like the tor-
toise and Gila monster, are endangered.
"I do these classes to show kids there
isn't any reason to be
afraid of these animals,
but they need to re-
spect them," said
Mendenhall, who dis-
plays his animals each
year at the SanAntonio
Rattlesnake Festival."I
tell them they should-
n't go and pick up any
)ral snake. of these animals to be


Dade City resident Nathalie Sawczuk keeps her distance from the king snake at the Pasco
Extension Kids Kamp on June 22. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)


safe, but enjoy them for what they are."
Mendenhall brought all six of Florida's
venomous snakes: diamondback rattlesnake,
pygmy rattlesnake, timber rattlesnake, water
moccasin, copperhead and coral snake.
The kids were allowed to touch some of
the nonvenomous animals, something Dade
City resident Nathalie Sawczuk was less
than eager to do.
"I don't really like snakes," Sawczuk said.


"They just aren't my thing because when I
was little there was a baby black racer in my
yard that freaked me out. My friend (Gracie
Wagner) made me touch it."
The children ranged from ages 8-12 and
came from across east Pasco, Lutz and even
Polk County.
"I came to one last year," said Lutz resi-
dent Kyle Storch-Dolcelli. He then added,
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Several of the kids at the Pasco Extension camp find out just how long this shed snake skin is.


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"The snakes are really cool. My fa-
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Carrie Jahn's new lease on life


Stress nearly wrecks the

Zephyrhills resident's life

By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

Carrie Jahn was like most young women
dealing with the stress of raising two young
children, but the Zephyrhills woman
reached her tipping point when her first
marriage ended.
Everyday life had been causing migraine
headaches, but for the most part Jahn, 30,
was able to go about her normal routine
without too much concern. Her stress be-
came serious when she suffered her first
seizure in July 2010 as she dealt with a bro-
ken marriage and a custody dispute.
"It kind of just set everything off," Jahn
said."Honestly, I didn't even know I was that
stressed out. The first seizure is what
brought it to my attention."
That first seizure came in her sleep. Her
violent shaking woke up her new husband
David Jahn.
The seizures lasted about 20 minutes.
Jahn said she doesn't remember much
about them, but said the outcomes chal-
lenged almost every aspect of her life.
"I couldn't drive,I couldn't be alone with
my children, it was almost anything," Jahn
said. "Just the things you take for granted. I
had to have someone with me and supervis-
ing me every time I wanted to do anything
with my children."
Jahn, who was born and raised in the
east Pasco County city, and her first doctors,
did not see the connection between her
stress and the seizures. She tried fighting the
headaches with over-the-counter pain reliev-
ers and started taking medications designed
to treat epileptic seizures.
The epilepsy medications did not stop
Jahn's seizures and made her feel almost


Carrie Jahn meets with Dr. Nancy Rogers during a follow-up visit. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)


drunk. She was even treated as a drunken
patient when she went to another hospital.
Jahn said the strangest place she suffered
one was while seeing a doctor at University
Community Hospital, where she had been
referred to Dr. Nancy Rogers, a neurologist.
"I had the seizure in another doctor's of-
fice and Dr. Rogers came over and got me,"
Jahn said.
Rogers, who is also director of the Florida
Comprehensive Epilepsy and Seizure Disorders
Center, has been treating Jahn for several
months. She suspected the seizures were
brought on by stress, but was unsure at first.
"When someone is taking medications
and it isn't helping, that sends up a red flag,"
Rogers said. "Also, Carrie was very honest
with me and told me she was having a lot of
stress and that the seizures were causing
her to have more stress.The problem is, the
seizures don't happen right when the stress
begins. It's more like post traumatic stress
disorder, so they don't associate them with
the stress."


Rogers said this is why stress induced
seizures are misdiagnosed.Jahn had almost
no other symptoms besides headaches.
Rogers suspects as many as one in five peo-
ple who come to an epilepsy center actually
are suffering from stress seizures.
"Everything else seems fine," said Rogers,
who has been practicing medicine for 17
years. She then added,"Three times as many
women as men suffer from these stress
seizures, and they're more common in
teenage and young adult women. However,
children and the elderly have them and men
have them too."
Rogers said the seizures can get worse if
not treated. She added it is hard to estimate
how common the stress seizures are in the
general population because they are so
often misdiagnosed, but suspects the num-
ber is around one in every 200 people.
"These kinds of seizures tend to be more
or less common in cycles," Rogers said. "It
seems like I've seen a lot more lately. It's
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because people are feeling more stressed
lately. Even if you have a job, you hear on
the news about the bad economy or people
without a job losing their homes. I think
hearing those kinds of negative things every
day can't help but stress all of us."
Besides medication,Jahn has learned dif-
ferent ways to cope with stress.
"One of the things I do is teach people
good stress management techniques," Rogers
said."It's more than just a pill. Exercise 30
minutes a day is important.Thinking through
your problems and talking about them often
helps, especially with someone not involved
in the problems. I recommend people take
30 minutes each day as alone time; time just
for themselves. That's hard for moms like
Carrie, but it's important to your health."
The stress management techniques have
helped Jahn stay seizure free since August
2010, describing her transformation as," 180
degrees different," without the stress of her
previous marriage.
Jahn and David have been married for
about a year now and her children David
Karl Jahn IV and Corey Jahn are ages 4 and
2 respectively. She said stress is still a part of
her life, but it is not as consuming as it was
last July.
"Stress is an unavoidable situation in life
and different people have different ways of
handling it," Rogers said."The problem is a
lot of people don't have good ways of han-
dling stress.A lot of time people suppress it
because of other demands in life.What can
happen is, people hit a low point where the
stress creates these problems and the stress
is self-perpetuating.The key is finding some-
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WHAT'S IN A NAME


Historian sheds light on


spots from Blanton to Ehren


By Kyle LoJacono
klojacono@cnewspubs.com

This week's addition will look into how
Blanton, Dade City, Darby, Denham, Drexel
and Ehren go their names.
(1) BLANTON is located north of Saint
Leo and Dade City and includes the area be-
tween St. Joe, Lake Lola, Blanton and
Ramsey roads. It is named after Jesse
Blanton, an early settler from Georgia. He
moved to the area with his wife Martha
Howell and built a log cabin east of what is
now Blanton Lake.
(2) DADE CITY'S name came from Fort
Dade, named after Maj. Francis Langhorne
Dade, who fought in the U.S.Army and was
killed by Seminoles at the start of the
Second SeminoleWar.The fort was located
near the center of the city today in east
Pasco County along US 301.
(3) DARBY is in the area around Darby
Road on both sides of I-75, north ofWesley
Chapel and just west of San Antonio. The
area is most likely named after an early set-
tler in the area,John W Darby. He moved to
Pasco with his wife, Olinda Bradley.The area
is sometimes called St.Thomas andAmelia.
(4) DENHAM is now part of Land 0'
Lakes and Lutz and includes the area around
Denham Oaks Elementary. It is named after
a black fireman who worked on the same


train line as William P Lutz, an engineer with
the Tampa Northern Railroad whose family
lent their names the town of Lutz.
(5) DREXEL, located in the area around
where Drexel and Tower roads cross west of
US 41 in Land 0' Lakes, was named by
Edward Stotesbury to honor Anthony
Joseph Drexel, a financier and philanthro-
pist who lived in the area from 1826-93.
(6) EHREN includes the communities
around Ehren Cutoff in Land O' Lakes east
of US 41.At one time the area included what
is now Connerton.The area was named by
Frederick and Louis Miiller, who owned a
local sawmill. The German immigrants
named the area after the word in their na-
tive language that means place of honor.
For additional information on these areas
and how they got their names, visit
www.fivay.org.

*The Laker and the Lutz News series on
how historic places were named will con-
tinue throughout the summer Information
is provided by interviews with Pasco
County historian Jeff Miller of Fivay.org
and the West Pasco Historical Society and
Susan MacManus. If you know the history
of an interesting place, call us at (813)
909-2800. See how Fort Broome, Gall
Boulevard, Gower's Corner and Jessamine
got their names next week.


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Students will have more choices for tech-
nical and vocational training at Wiregrass
Ranch and Land O' Lakes high schools and
fewer at Wesley Chapel and Pasco high
schools in the coming year.
The district has cut the business and
Diversified Cooperative Training programs at
Wesley Chapel High and the cosmetology
program at Pasco High, according to Rob
Aguis, director of community, career and
technical education for Pasco County


Schools.
The business and Diversified Cooperative Training pro-
grams were cut because of a lack of student interest in the
programs, said Carin Nettles, principal at Wesley Chapel
High.The school's television production and automotive
classes are much more popular, she said.
While Wesley Chapel and Pasco high schools have lost
programs, the district will be starting the Academy of
Culinary Arts at Land 0' Lakes High and creating an
Academy of Medical Professions atWiregrass Ranch High.
Officials at Land 0' Lakes and Wiregrass Ranch high
schools are enthused about the expanded opportunities for
students.
At Land O' Lakes High, construction crews are working
to complete the Academy of Culinary Arts which will oper-
ate in a new 18,000-square-foot building.
The program will feature specialized kitchens, including
a climate-controlled bakery/pastry kitchen.
In culinary, we offer Culinary 1, 2,3,4 and will integrate
National ProStar and ServeSafe curriculum and industry
certifications,"Aguis notes in his e-mail.
At Wiregrass Ranch High, the Academy of Medical
Professions will include the Certified Nursing Assisting
Program and the Emergency Medical Responder program.
"Wiregrass Ranch has had a very successful health pro-
gram here for the past few years," said Robyn White, an
assistant principal at the school.
White noted that the planned Pasco-Hernando
Community College campus next toWiregrass High, cou-
pled with the new Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, will
open the door to many new possibilities for students.
"I really look forward to building those relationships,"


. .--- - . .
The Academy of Culinary Arts is expected to open this fall at Land 0'
Lakes High. (Laker file photo by B.C. Manion)


said Lisa Jones, a registered nurse who oversees the med-
ical programs atWiregrass Ranch High.
The medical academy will have Health Science 1, Health
Science 2 courses for all of the students in that program. It
also will have Nursing Assisting 3 and Emergency Medical
Responder 3 for students in the different specialty areas.
The program also will have Medical Skills and Anatomy
and Physiology classes,Aguis said in an e-mail.
The EMR program helps to prepare emergency respon-
ders, such as paramedics, police officers and firefighters,
White said.
"I think we're going to be able to reach more students,"
Jones said.
Rich Batchelor, assistant principal at Land O' Lakes High,
said the school decided to do a "soft opening this year" be-
cause construction is still being completed,
Since the program will be housed in a new building, of-
ficials didn't want to take any chances with unforeseen
construction delays, he said.
While the program will be starting slow, Batchelor said
he expects it to be the first "really big academy" in the
county school district. Ultimately, he said, it will have about
400 students.
"A lot of schools with academies, they draw from the
kids within their boundaries," Batchelor said.This one will
be drawing students from around the district.
During its first year, Batchelor expects the program to
have about 100 students, with roughly one-third of them
coming from outside of the school's boundaries.
The positions lost at Pasco and Wesley Chapel high
schools were caused by district budget cuts,Aguis said.


Florida Blood Services drive
Florida Blood Services will have several blood drives
around the area July 2-4 at area movie theaters and
Publix supermarkets.Those who donate at movie the-
aters receive a free ticket, while those how give at
Publix get a $10 gas card. For a complete list of loca-
tions and times, visit www.fbsblood.org or call (800)
682-5663.
Generally, healthy people age 16 or older who weigh
at least 110 pounds can donate. Photo identification is re-
quired to give.The blood is used at 38 hospitals inTampa
Bay area, including Pasco and Hillsborough counties.

Saturday group fitness classes
The Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 Collier
Parkway, hosts a group fitness class each Saturday starting
at 10:30 a.m.The class is 60 minutes long and costs $6
each day. It is designed to be a total body workout, incor-
porating aerobics, strength, toning and flexibility. All
fitness levels are welcome.
For more information, call (813) 996-7186 or email jul-
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CARES food and care program
CARES (Community Aging and Retirement Services
Inc.) is sponsoring the U.S. Department of Agriculture's
Child and Adult Care Food Program. Enrollment begins
Oct. 1. People must be active participants of the adult day
services program at the CARES Crescent Adult Day Care
Center, 13906 Fifth St. in Dade City or the CARES Claude
Pepper Adult Day Care Center, 6640 Van Buren St. in New
Port Richey
Meals at the CARES Adult Day Services Centers will be
available at no additional charge to enroll eligible partici-
pants. Eligibility is based on household size and income.
For more information, call (352) 518-9300 in Dade
City or (727) 844-3077 in New Port Richey.

Free oral HIV testing June 30
The Pasco County Health Department, in collabora-
tion with Spirit of Life Church Metropolitan Community
Church, will provide free oral HIV testing on Thursday,
June 30 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Testing will be available at
the church, 4133 Thys Road in New Port Richey.All test-
ing is confidential. For more information, call and leave a
message for Pat at (727) 861-5260 ext. 172.


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KUDOS AND MILESTONES
ANNE FRANK
HUMANITARIAN AWARDS
The Florida Holocaust Museum has
named recipients of this year's Anne Frank
Humanitarian Awards
The recipients in The Laker/Lutz News
coverage area are: Beverly Mejias, Bishop
McLaughlin Catholic High; David Roth, Land
0' Lakes High; Amanda Dempsey, Pasco
High; Courtney Durbin, Sunlake High;
Shelby Thompson,Wesley Chapel High; Brie
Edmister, Wiregrass Ranch High; and Julia
Hines, Zephyrhills High.

TORO SCHOLARSHIP WINNER
Natalie Fontanes, of Lutz, is one 130 stu-
dents receiving scholarships from the Toro
Company, which awards scholarships to em-
ployee dependents through the Toro Giving
Program and the Kendrick B. Melrose Family
Foundation.The value of this year's scholar-
ships totaled $212,000. Fontanes plans to
attend Florida State University.

DADE CITY ROTARY HONORS
PASCO SENIORS
The Rotary Club of Dade City had its
34th Outstanding Senior Awards Banquet
last month at the Christian Life Center of
First United Methodist Church.
Rotarians and their spouses were joined
by family members of the students being
honored.
Joanne Hurley, chairwoman of the Pasco
County School Board, gave the primary re-
marks of the evening. Norm Brown, assistant
principal at Pasco High, and Mignon
Edwards, sponsor of the Rotary affiliated
Interact Club at the school, were also in at-
tendance.
Twenty five graduating seniors from
Pasco High were honored, including: John
Agnello, Breely Barthle, Ruth Barthle,Jamie
Byrd,Teresa Christmas, Katlyn Eble,Willie
Echols Jr., Haley Frauen, Ivan Frias, Hannah
Hollander, Victoria Jarvis-Enberg, Jackson
Johnson, Mary Kassabaum,Tori Larsen, twins
Jennifer and Kristina May,Alexandra Parrish,


Luke Richter, Camryn
Ritter,Jose Rodriguez,
Courtney Rubio,
Andrew Sterrett (rep-
resented by his
parents),Jacob Stout,
Erika Valdes and
ClaudiaYoli.
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honored past presi-
dent Lowell Harris, a member since March
1969, who died in January.

FLORIDA GULF COAST
UNIVERSITY GRADUATES
These local residents graduated recently
from Florida Gulf Coast University. These
graduates were from Land O' Lakes: Heather
Clifford, bachelor of arts from the College of
Arts and Sciences; Samantha Koen, with a
bachelor of arts from the College of
Education; Marjorie Chamberlin, with a
bachelor of science from the College of
Professional Studies;Anthony Graziani, with
a bachelor of science from the College of
Professional Studies; and, Kristen Morsey,
with a master of business administration
from the College Business Administration.
These graduates were from Lutz: Mara
Michel, with a bachelor of art from the
College of Education; Aimee Cruz with a
bachelor of science from the College of
Professional Studies; Kelly Frey, with a bach-
elor of art from the College of Arts and
Sciences; Seth Monaco, with a bachelor of
social work from the College of Professional
Studies.
These graduates were from Odessa:
Matthew Ansell, with a bachelor of science
from the College of Professional Studies;
Jason Almcrantz, graduated with a bachelor
of science in civil engineering from the
College of Business.
Alberto Delgado, of Saint Leo, graduated
with Master of Science from the College of
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FIVE STAR AWARD WINNERS
A number of schools in the area have
earned the Five Star School Award from the
Florida Department of Education for exem-
plary work in family and community
involvement.
To qualify for the recognition, a school
must provide documentation that it has
achieved 100 percent of the established cri-
teria in the categories of business
partnerships, family involvement, volun-
teerism, student community service and
School Advisory Councils. The Five Star
SchoolAward is Florida's highest award for
community involvement.
Schools in Central and East Pasco receiv-
ing the distinction are: Centennial
Elementary; Rodney B. Cox Elementary;
Connerton Elementary; Double Branch
Elementary; Lake Myrtle Elementary; New
River Elementary; Oakstead Elementary;
Odessa Elementary School; Pasco Elementary;
Pine View Elementary; Pine View Middle; Quail
Hollow Elementary; Rushe Middle; San Antonio
Elementary; Seven Oaks Elementary; Chester
W Taylor Elementary; Veterans Elementary;
Watergrass Elementary; Wesley Chapel
Elementary; Wesley Chapel High; West
Zephyrhills Elementary;Wiregrass Ranch High;
Woodland Elementary; and Zephyrhills High.

EDUCATION FOUNDATION
SCHOLARSHIPS
The Pasco Education Foundation has
awarded scholarships to 68 Pasco school
district employees.
Scholarships are awarded to teachers or
administrators who are pursuing a master's
or doctorate, teachers who are enrolled in
college-level studies to improve their expert-
ise in their chosen field or school-related


personnel enrolled in classes to become a
teacher.
The recipients at schools within The
Laker/Lutz News coverage area are: Ryan
Brady, Sunlake High; Alex Kumi-Yeboah,
Wiregrass Ranch High; Rebecca Beyer, San
Antonio Elementary; Roderick Jones,
Wiregrass Ranch High; Maryann Morris,
Pasco High;John Kelly, Odessa Elementary;
Chanardai McCafferty, Zephyrhills High;
Maricela Banites, Zephyrhills High; Karen
Ashton, Watergrass Elementary; Kristen
Brady, Zephyrhills High; Danielle Bullara,
Seven Oaks Elementary; Lisa Decker, Quail
Hollow Elementary; Barbara Emison,
Weightman Middle; Brandi Hardee, West
Zephyrhills Elementary;Amanda Hawk, New
River Elementary; Amy Herndon, Pasco
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Susan McKenna, Seven Oaks Elementary;
Christina Michelson, Wesley Chapel
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Osmun,Weightman; Jennifer Opitz,Wesley
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Stier, Seven Oaks Elementary; Diane Vitello,
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Zephyrhills High; Laurelyn Wilson, Paul R.
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-Hillsborough Area Regional Transit
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Packing meals for the hungry a big hit at Wesley Chapel Toyota


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It was hot and loud, but no one was com-
plaining.
Indeed, hundreds of hands - in all
shapes and sizes - were busy packing rice,
soy powder, dried vegetables and dried vita-
mins into small plastic bags, destined to feed
hungry people in other parts of the world.
The volunteers, estimated at more than
200, took part in a Change This World meal-
packaging event coordinated by Wesley
Chapel Toyota.
Those helping out on Sunday, June 26, in-
cluded dealership employees, vendors and
customers as well as area residents and vol-
unteers from community groups, schools,
churches and local businesses.
Change This World is a nonprofit organi-
zation based in Orlando that aims to provide
meals to those who are malnourished or
dying of starvation. It partners with groups
across the United States to package meals
that are distributed around the world.
Eric Johnson, director of corporate and
community relations for Wesley Chapel
Toyota, was ecstatic about the turnout.
"There are lots of things that people can
do on a Sunday afternoon, but they chose to
come here,"Johnson said."We have a lot of
families here, working together.A lot of com-
munity groups.They know they're going to
make a difference."
The event's goal was to pack 40,000
meals, and when Johnson announced the
group had reached the midway point, a
cheer erupted.
Scott "Scooter" LaVancher, a sales associ-
ate at the dealership, was among those
pitching in.
"This is awesome," said LaVancher, who
kept busy lugging 50-pound bags of soy
powder from table to table, replenishing
bins that were being quickly emptied by the


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volunteer meal-packers.
"I put this up on my Facebook page," he
said, which spurred several of his friends to
come out and help.
One of those was 8-year-old Lauren Kelly
of Spring Hill, who accompanied her mom
to the event.The girl did her part by scoop-
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plastic bin on a table.
Charlene Heckenbach and her husband,
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involved by her faith."I wanted to
help bless others," she said.
Chris Tanner, one of the organ-
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World, said the turnout was im-
pressive.
"We have more than we need
for volunteers,"Tanner said."That's
always a good thing. The people
here are awesome," he added.
"Very enthusiastic."
Tanner also noted that it is un-
usual for a business to take the
leadership role in arranging a
meal-packing event. Typically, a
church or school is the primary
sponsor, he said.
--. Kalee Taylor, another organizer
from Change This World, com-
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attitude and team spirit among vol-
an unteers.
ick- "Everybody wants to take part.
Everybody just kind of picked out
their own job and stuck to it,"


Taylor said.
Among the volunteers was a group of
more than two dozen administrators and
staff members from Wesley Chapel High.


Marcy Maxwell and Principal Carin
Nettles were at the end of that table's as-
sembly line - busily packing the meal
packets into boxes.
"We're in partnership with Wesley Chapel
Toyota," Maxwell said."We thought it would
be a great way to help the community."
Patrick Abad, the dealership's general
manager, sponsored the high school's table,
Johnson said, noting the dealership had to
raise $10,000 to put on the event. It did that
by seeking sponsorships from dealership
vendors, local businesses and others.
Even before Sunday's event had conclud-
ed, Johnson was already thinking about
having another meal-packing event.
Next time, he wants to pack 80,000
meals.
"For the next one, I'm going to look for
schools and churches to partner up with
us," he said.
And,Johnson doesn't plan to stop there.
"My vision, my goal, is that I'm going to
do a container event. It's going to take the
whole weekend, but we would do 200,000
meals.
"We fill a container with boxes, and then
ultimately travel overseas with it and deliver
it to the people - actually go to Africa,"
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mented many improvements to the busi-
ness, especially in the technology area.
Fed, who has a master's degree in
computer science, has expanded the
capabilities of the shop's computer soft-
ware to allow for more accurate and
faster estimates and parts ordering.
He linked up outside technology to
his internal computer system to generate
email reminders two days before
appointments and to prompt customers
to make appointments for regular main-
tenance work.
"Using technology gives us superior
communication with our customers,
who like the convenience of email esti-
mates and appointment reminders," said
Fed.
Being .,i .,.,l..k for customers at all
times is another core belief of the busi-
ness. "There is always an owner here"
said Fed. "If a customer ever has a con-
cern, my brother or I am always here and
are available after hours."
Working closely with the owners is
head technician Jeff Rennoldson, a cer-
tified technician with 25 years experi-
ence. He manages the shop's four
mechanics that work from the facility's
five bays and seven lifts. Rounding out
the team is customer service rep Wendy
Hallmark.


(813)909-4030
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Located at the corner of
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Musical instruments to
help students in Havana
The Florida Orchestra, as part of its cul-
tural exchange with Cuba, has initiated a
donation drive to collect musical instru-
ments and accessories for the 300-plus
students enrolled in the Amadeo Roldan
Conservatory in Havana. Orchestra musi-
cians will be giving master classes at the
conservatory during the last week of
September and will be taking the donations
with them.
The orchestra is accepting donations of
well-maintained student instruments or pro-
fessional instruments in good working
order, as well as a variety of needed string
and wind instrument accessories for the
conservatory. The local SamAsh Music Store
has joined as a partner and donated instru-
ments can be dropped off at 13133 N. Dale
Mabry Highway in Tampa. Donations can
also be made to the orchestra's administra-


tive offices in downtown St. Petersburg.
For information about the
cultural exchange, visit www.floridaorches-
tracubatour.com.
For information about the instrument
and accessory drive, call The Florida
Orchestra at (727) 362-5465.
Operation Shoebox supplies
shoeboxes full of love
The Community Service Council (CSC)
of West Pasco is assisting Operation
Shoebox, to supply service men and women
with a shoebox full of love and apprecia-
tion. CSC is accepting donations of personal
items, snacks and games along with a check
for $10.70 to help pay the postage for each
box sent overseas. Items can be dropped off
at various locations, including New Port
Richey, Hudson and Dade City. For a list of
items needed or more information on how
to help, call (727) 863-7866.


Rescued cat
Tabitha is a 6-year-old, three-legged rescued cat that lives in Lutz with her cat friend
Catnip. Tabitha's proud owner is Debbie Carpenter of Lutz.


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TOASTMASTERS MEET
Tampa 912 Toastmasters meet at 7 p.m.
every Wednesday at the Vista Inn, 400
BearssAve.The organization is dedicated to
helping people overcome the fear of public
speaking.A newYouth Toastmaster program
will also be introduced. No reservation is
required. For information, call Bill Peterseim
at (813) 428-6356.
NORTH TAMPA CHAMBER
Chamber Chatter Connections will have an
after-hours mixer from 5:30-7:30 p.m.July 7
at The Magic Emporium, 4429 Gunn Hwy
Refreshments available.Admission is free.To
RSVP, call Gary Barker at (813) 265-9263.

GREYHOUNDS MEET
Greyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa
Bay will have a meet and greet with
greyhounds and their adoptive or foster
parents from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.July 2 at the


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BOGO AT MOSI
MOSI, 4801 E. FowlerAve., will have a July 4 weekend special - buy one admission,
get one free. Free tickets must be of equal or lesser value. Excludes special
engagement exhibits, films, events and ropes course. For information, visit
www.mosi.org.


Wesley Chapel Petco, 1231 Bruce B. Downs
Blvd. For information, call (813) 971-4732
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MUSIC AND MORE
JOHNNY CASH TRIBUTE
The Carrollwood Cultural Center will
present a Johnny Cash tribute with Keith
Coleman at 8 p.m.July 1.Tickets are $14 for
members, $16 for non-members, and $15
for seniors 65 and older.All tickets $2 more
on the day of event.The center is located at
4537 Lowell Road in Tampa. For
information, call (813) 269-1310.


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Lutz Guv'na
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Community Center
from 7-9 p.m.July 1. i
Children 12 and older can k
enjoy the fun, games and
prizes. Cost is $15 per person,
$25 for two.The event is sponsored by the
Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation &


Conservation.The center is located offW
Lutz Lake Fern Road,just past the library.

KIDS MOVIES
Cobb Theatres Grove 16 will host free
summer kids shows at 10 a.m. every
Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday. Doors
open at 9:30 a.m. Same day ticketing only.
The movies on July 5,6 and 7 are Veggie
Tales and Cats & Dogs: Revenge of Kitty
Galore. Grove 16 is located at 6333Wesley
Grove Blvd. inWesley Chapel. For
information, call (813) 948-5444.
IN YOUR OPINION
COMMUNITY FORUM
Rep.James W Grant, R-Tampa, will host a
community forum from 6:30-7:30 p.m.June
30 at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4527
Lowell Road. Residents of District 47 can
share ideas, ask questions and discuss the
future of the community. For information,
call Bethany Linderman at (813) 265-6280.


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Sunshine Athletic Conference All-Academic team

The Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) has released its All-Academic team for the 2010-11 school
year.The SAC is made up of the 13 public high schools in Pasco. For students to make the team, he or
she must maintain at least a 3.2 weighted grade point average for the school year and play at least two
sports.All information is as recorded by SAC executive secretary Keith Newton. Local students who
made the list, in alphabetical order, include:


Linzi Arndt, Land O' Lakes


Ryan Bird, Land O' Lakes


Megan Huynh,Sunlake


Courtney Durbin, Sunlake


Makayla Strickland,Wiregrass Ranch Josh Reilly,Wiregrass Ranch


Shanel Sweet, Land O' Lakes


Hendrix Lafontant, Land O' Lakes


Nikita Shah,Wiregrass Ranch


James Tringali,Wiregrass Ranch


Dayton Wetherby,Wiregrass Ranch


LAND O' LAKES HIGH
Cori Arndt, 4.25 GPA, weightlifting and tennis
Linzi Arndt, 5.00 GPA, weightlifting and tennis
EmilyAustin, 5.00 GPA, weightlifting and softball
Samantha Austin, 4.17 GPA, cross country and track
Alexis Bailey, 4.67 GPA, soccer and softball
Alea Basulto, 3.67 GPA, cross country and track
Jean-Luc Benoit, 3.92 GPA, wrestling and track
Ryan Bird, 4.00 GPA, football and weightlifting
Jackson Cannon, 3.25 GPA, football and basketball
Louise Cestone, 3.92 GPA, cross country and tennis
Morgan Crescent, 4.00 GPA, volleyball, soccer and softball
Julia Della Penna, 3.33 GPA, volleyball and basketball
Teresa Della Penna, 4.75 GPA, volleyball and track
Meredith Diamond, 4.25 GPA, swimming and track
Chris Dotson, 4.30 GPA, cross country and track
Will Fairchild, 3.30 GPA, football and weightlifting
Hallie Grimes, 4.08 GPA, cheerleading and track
Miray Ibrahim, 3.75 GPA, weightlifting and softball
John Kranendonk, 3.33 GPA, football and weightlifting
Hendrix Lafontant, 4.42 GPA, cross country and track
Patrick Lawson, 4.33 GPA, swimming and soccer
Alyssa Lonsway, 3.75 GPA, cross country, soccer and track
Tyler MacDondald, 3.50 GPA, cross country and track
Andrea Mapugay, 4.50 GPA, swimming and tennis
lan McKenzie, 3.92 GPA, football and track
Jacob Morken, 3.70 GPA, cross country and soccer
Travis Nichols, 3.83 GPA, cross country and track
Aaron O'Brien, 3.42 GPA, cross country and track
Dillon Oergel, 3.83 GPA, cross country and track
Savannah Oliver, 3.67 GPA, cheerleading and swimming
Mallory Parks, 4.20 GPA, cross country and track
Darin Patmon, 4.33 GPA, football and track
Spencer Phillips, 4.00 GPA, football and track
Samantha Resnick, 4.42 GPA, soccer and track
Hillary Rodriquez, 3.67 GPA, wrestling and weightlifting
Meghan Sfraga, 3.67 GPA, weightlifting and softball
Kendra Sheets, 3.58 GPA,volleyball, basketball and track
Eden Shirmohammad, 3.50 GPA, golf and track
Shannon Stahl, 3.58 GPA, volleyball and weightlifting
Tyler Stahl, 3.50 GPA, cross country and track
Zack Stover, 3.25 GPA, football, basketball and track
Shanel Sweet, 4.08 GPA, basketball and softball
Brad Weaver, 3.90 GPA, golf and soccer
ZacharyWhitaker, 4.10 GPA, golf and baseball
Chris Wilkinson, 3.41 GPA, soccer and track
Shadow Williams, 3.67 GPA, football and wrestling

SUNLAKE HIGH
Aaron Aucoin, 3.83 GPA, soccer and tennis
Darren Bainbridge, 3.36 GPA, football and track
Erin Ballard, 3.97 GPA, volleyball and soccer
Stephen Brown, 3.33 GPA, cross country and track
Grace Bunch, 4.08 GPA, cross country and soccer
Eddie Burgos, 3.44 GPA, football, weightlifting and track


Raymond Busbee,3.52 GPA, football, wrestling and weightlifting
Daniel Calderon,4.31 GPA, soccer and tennis
Eliso Campos, 3.25 GPA, golf and wrestling
Cannon Clark, 3.30 GPA, football and weightlifting
Anthony Cowell, 3.32 GPA, football, weightlifting and track
Alex Curry, 4.26 GPA, football and weightlifting
Brandon Daniels, 3.38 GPA, swimming and wrestling
Michael Dines, 3.53 GPA, football and wrestling
Rachel Dodds, 3.69 GPA, cross country and track
Travis Doyle, 3.56 GPA, basketball and baseball
Courtney Durbin, 4.16 GPA, weightlifting and softball
Meghan Durbin, 4.10 GPA, volleyball and softball
Andrea Farley, 3.74 GPA, cross country, soccer and track
Kenneth Fessel, 3.95 GPA, cross country, soccer and track
Madelyn Frane, 3.45 GPA, volleyball and track
Kyle Fraser, 3.85 GPA, football and weightlifting
Kate Gaul, 3.75 GPA, weightlifting and basketball
Tyler Genlias, 3.75 GPA, soccer and track
Sean Hart, 3.63 GPA, swimming and wrestling
Nick Hoffman, 3.36 GPA, football and track
Samantha Holiga, 3.91 GPA, cheerleading and weightlifting
Jessica Howell, 3.75 GPA, cross country and track
Megan Huynh, 4.30 GPA, swimming, weightlifting and tennis
Damian Icom, 3.51 GPA, cross country, soccer and track
Jacob Jackson, 3.63 GPA, football and weightlifting
Jamal Jones, 3.31 GPA, football and basketball
Brandon Jungbauer, 3.83 GPA, golf, soccer and tennis
Craig King, 3.48 GPA, football and weightlifting
Jordan Landry, 3.63 GPA, soccer and track
Carena Law, 3.58 GPA, soccer and track
Mike Lopez, 3.33 GPA, football, weightlifting and track
Nate McCoole, 3.71 GPA, football and weightlifting
Sarah McDaniels, 3.33 GPA, cheerleading and track
Tyler Reindeau, 3.59 GPA, basketball and softball
Elizabeth Roberts, 3.69 GPA, volleyball and basketball
Celina Romera, 3.66 GPA, swimming, weightlifting and track
Kyle Shaffer, 3.86 GPA, swimming and weightlifting
Amanda Smith, 3.75 GPA, swimming and weightlifting
Lauren Smith, 3.83 GPA, swimming and weightlifting
Lauren Spraque,4.08 GPA, soccer and track
Greg Stannard, 4.25 GPA, cross country and track
Sydney Sullivan, 4.25 GPA, cross country and soccer
Natalie Valdez, 3.91 GPA, volleyball and soccer
Austin Wachsman, 3.89 GPA, swimming and track
Ricardo Williams, 3.50 GPA, football and weightlifting
Matthew Wolfe, 4.29 GPA, cross country and track
Ben Wood, 3.75 GPA, football and wrestling

WIREGRASS RANCH HIGH
ThorAlastre, 3.64 GPA, cross country and track
Matthew Basin, 3.25 GPA, cross country and track
Brandi Batchelor, 3.39 GPA, weightlifting and track
Ermias Bireda, 4.08 GPA, cross country and track
Donovan Blackman, 3.67 GPA, football and track
Joevani Brown, 3.44 GPA, football and wrestling


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Kelsie Brunke, 3.83 GPA, cheerleading and soccer
Shane Burstiner,4.50 GPA, soccer and tennis
Danielle Cassette, 3.69 GPA, cross country and track
lan Cassette, 4.69 GPA, cross country and track
Elise Cedre, 3.53 GPA, cross country and weightlifting
Jordan Clark, 3.69 GPA, football and weightlifting
Anne Cypriano, 3.53 GPA, soccer and tennis
Kayla DeLoach, 4.19 GPA, basketball and track
Alex Diepholz, 3.89 GPA, cross country and basketball
Hannah Eder, 4.67 GPA, soccer and track
Sam Eder, 4.47 GPA, soccer and tennis
Cassidi Fernando,4.42 GPA, golf and cheerleading
Paul Forsey, 3.81 GPA, football and soccer
Jordanyn6 Fye, 3.94 GPA, soccer and tennis
John Michael Gant, 3.75 GPA, swimming and baseball
Chelsea Ginn-Davis, 3.44 GPA, cross country and track
Lauren Gorden, 3.56 GPA, soccer and softball
Ariel Grey, 3.86 GPA, cross country and track
Ben Hall, 4.00 GPA, cross country and track
David Hill, 3.72 GPA, cross country and wrestling
Patrick Hill, 3.39 GPA, cross country and wrestling
Sam Hippely, 3.61 GPA, cross country and track
Taylor Hixson, 4.36 GPA, cross country and track
Dwayne Houston, 4.28 GPA, football and track
Kristin Ibison, 4.31 GPA, basketball and track
Brittany Jack, 3.39 GPA,volleyball and track
Drake King, 3.39 GPA, football and weightlifting
Nathan Klimenko, 4.14 GPA, football and weightlifting
Chris Kluender, 3.63 GPA, golf and baseball
Natalie Lagattuta, 4.58 GPA, swimming and weightlifting
Jeileen Mas, 3.56 GPA, volleyball and basketball
Tyler Mattera, 3.44 GPA, cross country and track
Lauren Medina, 4.47 GPA, weightlifting and track
Emily Payne, 4.67 GPA, cross country and track
Antwan Prince, 3.42 GPA, football and basketball
Noah Ravenna, 3.73 GPA, football and track
Josh Reilly, 4.50 GPA, cross country and track
Robert Scamardo, 3.86 GPA, football and weightlifting
Logan Selzer, 3.58 GPA, cross country and track
Rileigh Selzer, 3.97 GPA, swimming and track
Nikita Shah, 4.67 GPA, cross country and track
Ryan Shea, 3.64 GPA, football and basketball
lan Sourk, 3.36 GPA, football and soccer
Kendall Stephens, 4.19 GPA, swimming and track
Makayla Strickland, 4.19 GPA, swimming and track
Kelsey Sturman,4.81 GPA, cross country and track
Amanda Teets, 3.72 GPA, golf and softball
MarissaTomei, 3.75 GPA, cross country and weightlifting
Toni Tomei, 3.61 GPA, swimming and track
James Tringali, 3.96 GPA, football and basketball
Frankie Walter, 3.75 GPA, football and weightlifting
Dayton Wetherby, 4.40 GPA, soccer and tennis
Travis Whiddon, 4.06 GPA, football and baseball
BryceWilson, 3.81 GPA, soccer and weightlifting
Kyle Wilson, 4.00 GPA, soccer and tennis
John Woll, 3.25 GPA, golf and baseball

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Flag football training camp
The Land 0'
Lakes Recreation
Complex on Collier
Park will have flag
football training
camps each Sunday
morning until July 31 from 9-10 a.m.The pro-
gram is for boys and girls ages 5-17. Those
interested should RSVP by calling (813) 508-
1807 or email info@pascoyouthsports.com.
Lutz Chiefs open registration
The Lutz Chiefs youth football and cheer-
leading program will have open registration
June 28-July I from 9-11 a.m. at the football
field concession stands at the Oscar Cooler
Sports Complex onW Lutz Lake Fern Road in
Lutz.The program will have signups for its var-
sity and flag football and cheerleading teams
for the fall season.There will also be open reg-
istration on Saturday, July 9 at the complex
from 9-1 I a.m.
Football camps in Land 0' Lakes
Pasco Health and Fitness presents Speed,
Agility and Strength Training Saturday football
sessions July 9 and 16 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at
the Land 0' Lakes Recreation Complex on
Collier Parkway.
The sessions focus on core strength devel-
opment, increased dynamic movement ability,
proper footwork and how to prevent injuries.
The cost is $45 with portions of the money
going to the South Pasco Predators youth
football and cheerleading program.Those in-
terested should call (813) 949-4120.
Wiregrass Ranch football camps
Wiregrass Ranch football coach Jeremy
Shobe will lead a camp at the high school,
2909 Mansfield Blvd. in Wesley Chapel, for
those in sixth through 12th grades July 25-29
from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. for $60, which includes
snacks and aT-shirt.There will also be a camp
for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade


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Aug. 1-4 from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. for $50.
"The camps provide young athletes the op-
portunity to develop their fundamental
football skills and techniques in a fun and ex-
citing environment," Shobe said."Players will
develop important traits of good sportsman-
ship, leadership, respect for each other and the
game of football.This camp is designed to im-
prove each player's performance with
emphasis on individual skills and fundamental
team play."
Daily activities include time in the class-
room, teaching individual skills and
responsibilities for each play's position and ter-
minology. Players will be grouped by position.
They will also be tested in the 40-yard dash
and pro-agility drills and flag football competi-
tions. Tackling will only be performed on
tackling dummies.
Those interested should bring tennis
shoes, cleats, a towel, extra clothes, a water
bottle and a gym bag.The camp is open to the
first 60 players who sign up.The deadline to
register for the first camp is July 22, and July
29 for the second. To reserve a spot, call
Shobe at (813) 571-7271 or email him
jshobe@pasco.kl 2.fl.us.


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WCAA travel baseball tryouts
The Wesley Chapel Athletic Association's
baseball program will have player tryouts for
allAAU teams in mid-July.The tryouts are to
find the top players to fill the 8U, 9U, I OU,
I I U, 12U and 13U age group teams.All in-
terested players who would like to try out
for a position should email
baseball@wcaafla.org.
Wesley Chapel Cowboys football
TheWesley Chapel Cowboys youth tackle
football program, which plays at Wesley
Chapel District Park, is currently registering
players for its upcoming fall season, its 10th
anniversary. Players, ages 12-14, interested in


signing up should visit wcaa.countmein.com.
Players must not weigh more than 165
pounds. The season is 10 games long with
playoffs at the end.All equipment and uniforms
will be provided.
The Cowboys will, for the first time, host
the 2011 Gulf Coast Youth Football
Conference Super Bowl, either atWiregrass
Ranch or Wesley Chapel high school in
November.The program has won four cham-
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Lutz Rays take division title


The Lutz Little Junior Division Rays went
undefeated during the District 25 tourna-
ment to win the championship.
"We thought from the first day of prac-
tice that this team was special," said coach
Andy Stofanik."They had 'it.'We told them
that if they worked hard as a team this year,
they would be champions."
The strength of the club
was its pitching staff of Drew
Stofanik, Ryan Nagel, Cody Lutz Ra
Cox and Matthew Cerreta Tyler Bouc
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to Andy. He added the Rays Cody Cox
stepped up at the plate Grady Gilb
when needed, with every C.J.Johnsol
player recording at least one Ryan Nage
hit. Dillon Pen;


Lutz started the event by
defeating Land O' Lakes 4-3.
Nagel pitched an inning,
Cerreta threw a 1/3 and
Drew went 6 and 2/3 score-
less innings to defeat the


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Drew Stofa
Andy Stofa
Gene Cox,
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central Pasco County squad
in 8 frames.
"The pitching performance from Drew
Stofanik against Land 0' Lakes was awe-
some," Andy said. "Land 0' Lakes was the
best team we played in the tournament.
They were well coached and their boys
could hit the ball.
"The pitching was awesome from both
teams and the defense was incredible. I have
never seen that many ESPN plays of the day
in one ball game,"Andy continued."I had no
less than five people,including the umpires,
tell me it was the best Little League game
they had ever seen."


Andy said the defense was led by C.J.
Johnson in the outfield and Jesse Reinhart and
Cerreta in the infield and Nagel at catcher.
The Rays then defeated North Seminole
10-9 behind Cerreta's pitching.
"Cerreta did what he had to do for us to
advance to the championship game,"Andy
said. "He pitched 6 and 1/3 innings against
North Seminole giving us an
opportunity to save a pitcher


for the championship game."
Lutz beat Temple Terrace
15-2 in the title game. Cox
pitched for the Rays and
helped his own cause by hit-
ting a three-run homer. Drew
hit a double off the center-
field fence with the bases
loaded to score two.
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for us in the championship
game," Andy said."Cody is a
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watched him become a man
in one game. He could not have had any
more pressure on himself and he came out
and pitched the game of his life and also hit
a three-run home run rocket over the left
field fence. It was a shot, I could not be any
more proud of Cody, the way he stepped up
and got it done today."
Lutz Little League home games are
played at the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex
onW Lutz Lake Fern Road.
For more information on the program,
visit www.eteamz.com/lutzlittleleague.
-Kyle LoJacono


The Rays of the Lutz Little League Junior Division after winning the District 25 champi-
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'Singing Policeman' performs Fourth of July weekend


By B.C. Manion
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Jennifer Cleary was with some col-
leagues at the Starbucks near Collier
Parkway discussing plans for a Fourth of July
celebration at Willow Bend Community
Church when a man sitting nearby over-
heard the conversation.
When he heard them men-
tion music, the man introduced
himself and offered to help.
It turns out that this chance
encounter at Starbucks in-
volved Daniel Rodriguez, a
former NewYork City police of-
ficer who gained national
attention for his rendition of
"God Bless America," after the
Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Rodriguez, known to many Daniel Roc
as "The Singing Police Officer,"
is the same man who has performed at the
opening ceremonies of the 2002 Winter
Olympics in Salt Lake City, at such events as
the Indianapolis 500 and the World Series
and on virtually every national talk show in-
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Late Show with David Letterman and
Oprah.
He performs on stages throughout the
world and has trained with Placido
Domingo.
Rodriguez has an apartment in New
York, but frequently visits Land O' Lakes be-
cause his mother lives here.


The tenor said he generally performs at a
couple of community events every year be-
cause he enjoys sharing his blessings.
Cleary said Willow Bend Community
Church is delighted that Rodriguez will be
presenting a 5:30 p.m. mini-concert during
its first 4th of July Family Fun Fest.
The public is welcome to the fun fest at
2541 Henley Road in Lutz.
Festivities, which will be
from 2-8 p.m., will feature carni-
val-like games for kids, a bounce
house, and entertainment.
" d Refreshments also will be avail-
able for a nominal charge, said
Cleary, director of the Children's
Church at Willow Bend
Community Church.
The idea is to give families a
chance to enjoy the Fourth of
iguez July and to conclude the event
in plenty of time for families to
go watch fireworks elsewhere, she said.
In addition to that performance,
Rodriguez also will be appearing during the
9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. services on July 3 at
Exciting Idlewild Baptist Church, 18371 N.
Dale Mabry Highway.
The public is welcome to the services,
which will have a"highly patriotic flair," said
Nikki Somerville, an assistant to Ron Upton,
minister of music and worship at Idlewild.
The service also will feature remarks
from Capt. Scotty Smiley, the Army's first ac-
tive-duty blind officer and its first blind
company commander.


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July 3
Patriotic church services at 9:30 a.m. and I I a.m.at Exciting Idlewild
Baptist Church, 18371 N. Dale Mabry Highway.The services will feature patriotic music
and appearances by "The Singing Policeman" Daniel Rodriguez and Capt. Scotty Smiley.

"Lutz: Home Sweet Home" Fourth of July Celebration
July 3
Volunteer help at Train Depot, 2-4 p.m. (volunteers needed)
Cake entry drop off: 3-5 p.m., Lutz Fire Department Board Room, 124W Lutz-Lake Fern Road
July 4 (Events take place near the intersection of Lutz-Lake Fern Road and US 41)
7:30 a.m.: Cake registration deadline
8 a.m.: 5K, I mile and family walk
9 a.m.: Flag-raising ceremony
9:30 a.m: Race trophies presented
10 a.m.: Lutz community parade begins
II a.m. LutzVolunteer Firefighters Association barbecue chicken sale
Cake bake auction, parade trophies and New Guv'na Inauguration following the parade.
(Volunteers are still needed to help with breakdown after festivities conclude.)

4th of July Family Fun Fest
Willow Bend Community Church, 2541 Henley Road, Lutz, off SR 54
2 pm-8 pm. Event includes carnival-like games and a bounce house for kids, live entertain-
ment and food for a nominal charge.
Daniel Rodriguez,"The Singing Police Officer," will perform in a mini-concert at 5:30 p.m.

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Pasco County Fairgrounds, 36722 SR 52
Gates open: 4 p.m.
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Watermelon Seed-Spitting Contest.
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The Plantation Palms Golf Club ownership has shifted from the homeowner's association
to MJS Golf Group. The owners want to narrow the fairways and remove excessive
bunkers to make the course more player-friendly. (Photo by Zack Peterson)


GOLF, from page 1
McDonald explained that across the four
corners of the country, there are 463 feder-
ally recognized Native American tribes.
"Of those 463 tribes, 220 own casinos,
and of those 220 casinos, 60 own golf cours-
es that are associated with casinos known as
'destination resorts,'" McDonald said.
What makes Plantation Palms so special,
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Palms is the first individually owned golf
course by three independent business men,
not casinos."
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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino as a "mar-
ket advantage" to attract more gamers.
"We've got big ideas for Plantation Palms
that will help the HOA (Homeowners
Association) grow as well," Ray said.
So far, the MJS business trio has reshaped
particular aspects of the course to make it
more player-friendly.
"We've changed the fairways by making
them narrower, smoothed it out.We're grow-
ing the rough up, and we're taking out a


couple of bunkers," Ray said.
McDonald explained he, Ray and Osceola
go out and make modifications to the
course during the workday.
"We're a real hands-on ownership,"
McDonald said. "What people may not realize
is that Mitch,Jayson and I are going out there
and helping with the changes to the course."
"We're not afraid to get our hands dirty
or our feet in the mud."
For now, the owners look to connect
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quality golf instruction.
But the future is fair game.
"Right now our goal is to offer a fun golf
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and golf' coupled with customer service
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REDISTRICTING, from page 1
pleased with the results.
"That's the most Republican vote I've
ever seen," Manteiga said. "I think the
Republican Party did a good job of commu-
nicating with its members."
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District 1 and its extension to the south.
Murman did not comment on the new map
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the other commissioners.
Beckner voted against the new districts
because of the odd shape of District 1 and
because he said, "It does not address the
concerns of the Hispanic population within
the county."
Beckner, whose District 6 is also at-large
like Sharpe's, created his own map, which
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in the area.
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ern portion of District 1 with the rest of
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centage of Hispanics,in Murman's district.
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percent from the new districts.
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