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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Hillsborough commissioners are hoping to literally charge up alternative fuel use in the county. The board unanimously approved installing 10 electric car charging stations at several locations around the county, including the Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library.The sites would be operational by October. "This is something I strongly believe in,"said Commissioner Mark Sharpe,also a member of the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority board."We believe there will be an increase demand for the stations in the coming months and we want to get ahead of the game.It's also important to provide clean energy that is produced here in America." There will be several new electric car models released nationally this year,including the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf. Sharpe suspects these new vehicles will lead to that increased demand. The County is using $20,000 to install the Coulomb Technologies'ChargePoint stations pilot project as part of its Green Hillsborough intuitive.Tampa Electric Co. and NovaCharge are installing the units. There will be a fee to use the chargers, but Sharpe said those amounts have not been set.He added ChargePoint will pay for any maintenance during the pilot project, which ends in January 2014.The commisCall AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE JULY 20,2011 Martial arts unite Lutz sistersElizabeth Guidry and Jessica Guidry participate in Tae-Kwon Do, jiu jitsu, judo and other forms of mixed martial arts (MMA). Story,pages 4,5. (Photo by Zack Peterson) Scott Keller's run for the White HouseLand O'Lakes resident wants to shake up 2012 electionsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comBy his own admission,Land O'Lakes resident Scott Keller is a political novice. The 49-year-old database administrator hasn't held any political office in his life not even in high school. Keller said that is one of his strengths and why he decided to run for president of the United States in 2012.He did file to run for the U.S.House in the 2010 election cycle as a Republican,but backed out in early 2009. For 2012,he has his eyes on a big prize.Keller submitted the paperwork to become an official write-in candidate for president and is running without a party affiliation.He is his currently working on a petition so his name appears on the ballot. Keller and his wife of seven years, Nora,have three children together, Isabella,Marcus and Pricilla,and have another baby due in February.Keller also has a 14-year-old daughter,Julie. His father James H.Keller served in the U.S.Army for 30 years and retired as a brigadier general.Keller said he also served six years in the Navy. The Laker and Lutz News recently spoke with Keller about his political run. Q: What made you decide to run?A: Like a lot of people,I was looking at the candidates and it was so disappointing,because we have to have better options.People say that all the time.They know there is something wrong,but they can't quite put their finger on it.I decided at that point,I have to run.If no one else is going to get out there and say those things,then I have to. Scott Keller with his wife, Nora, and their three children, Isabella, Marcus and Pricilla. (Photo courtesy of Keller)See WHITE HOUSE,page21 FIRST PERSON Lutz teen forms friendship at MDA campPage 2 NEW CLUB Junior Woman's club seeks membersPage 8 DISTRICT TITLE Lutz Junior baseball wins championshipPage 13 INSIDE Hillsborough gets first electric car charging stationsSee ELECTRIC,page21 Future Hillsborough charging locations Two at the Pierce Street Parking Garage,319 N.Pierce St. Two at the St.Pete Times Forum,401 Channelside Drive One at the Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library,2902 W.Bearss Ave. One at Hillsborough Community College,4001 W.Tampa Bay Blvd. One at the Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough,3629 Queen Palm Drive One at the Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library,3910 S.Manhattan Ave. One at the Brandon Regional Library, 619 Vondenburg Road One at the Town N County Commons,7606 Paula DriveThe Hillsborough commission voted to install 10 electric car charging stations across the county. (Photo courtesy of Coulomb Technologies)Neighborhood chooses spray over sodBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comA project in Ballantrae is giving a whole new meaning to the expression "time is money." Instead of laying square blocks of sod, the community is growing Bahai grass in some of its common areas. "Literally,watching the grass grow,is going to save residents $35,000,"said Jim Flateau,chairman of the Ballantrae Community Development District board. A crew from the Travis Resmondo Co., based in Dundee,was in Ballantrae last week spreading Argentine Bahai grass seed on some common areas along Ballantrae Boulevard and along the right of way in some of the community's villages. The crew spread the seed on freshly mowed areas. "That way,when you're laying the seed,you're laying it as close to the ground as possible,"Flateau said. After the seed was in place,the crew sprayed a green slurry consisting of mulch See SPRAY,page21 Roberto Mendez sprays a slurry of shredded newspaper mulch and liquid fertilizer over Argentine Bahia grass seed in the Ballantrae subdivision. (Photo by B.C. Manion)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 2 Editor's Note:Our summer intern,Zack Peterson of Lutz,spent the last week of June working as a camp counselor at Muscular Dystrophy Association summer camp.His camper,Justin Scull,was from Zephyrhills. By Zack Petersonzpeterson@cnewspubs.comIt's a good day when you can walk on your own two feet,when you can get up on your own in the morning,walk to the mirror and ready yourself for the day's upcoming events in the glass reflection. For you and I,that's a good day. But for a child with muscular dystrophy, a good day is anything but.A good day is not falling down in school;a good day is brushing your teeth on your own;a good day is not feeling the effects of a degenerative neuromuscular disease tear at your bones. A good day is just making it through the day.Twenty-four hours a day,365 days a year, children with muscular dystrophy everywhere must learn to cope with the burdens of life,instead of living it.Many don't have the luxury to walk,take care of themselves, even operate in everyday situations that you or I might find commonplace. Most of us don't even know.We have no idea how lucky we are to have two functioning legs.We have no idea that children with muscular dystrophy are diagnosed every day in our own communities. What we also don't know is how we're helping them every day. I had no idea how much support existed for this disease until three years ago,when my track coach introduced me to a program known as MDA summer camp. Since 1955,the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) has helped bring joy to the lives of children with MD for a week during the summertime by providing them with an unforgettable camp experience. MDA supports more than 80 camps nationwide and helps countless children build experiences that will last a lifetime. My journey with MDA summer camp started those three years ago at the Rotary's Camp Florida in Brandon,a haven for campers from around the area that's offered its facilities for the past 12 years.There,I met some of the most courageous kids anyone could have the opportunity to meet. They're just like you and I normal people looking for what inspires them most in the world. As it turns out,they're a gem of inspiration for everyone who attends MDA camp,whether they're a counselor or a camper. MDA summer camp puts you in a unique one-on-one position as the counselor of a child with MD;essentially,you're their caretaker for a week. For some children who still have the ability to walk,this means watching over them;for others who have limited mobility or need wheelchairs to move around,this means helping them take care of basic bodily needs, like showering or using the bathroom.It gives counselors the opportunity to bond with his/her camper when you lift them into bed or ensure that their teeth are clean;it also gives campers the ability to trust in the world again.For those five days at summer camp,they are released from whatever hardships they struggle with on a daily basis at home. I wasn't sure what to expect that first year.I naively thought to myself,"How much activity can we do with children who have mobile difficulty?" After five days of swimming,archery, pine wood derby,fishing and even swinging,I was ready to be proven wrong.These kids could do anything.Each year I come back to MDA camp,I have an even better experience than the last.This year,my camper happened to be from Zephyrhills.His name is Justin Scull,a 13-year-old boy diagnosed with Becker MD; he's also the 13-year-old boy with the biggest heart I've ever seen. My very first encounter with Justin was heart-wrenching almost.He was lifting his younger brother and sister up and down, laughing and smiling,bringing light and happiness to all around. He did all this in spite of the fact that he suffers from a very serious disease that slowly wastes away at his muscles every day;in spite of the fact that one day,he could be sitting in a wheelchair at the age of 30 watching young children play freely the way he once did. MDA camp just passed this summer, squeezing itself into the final week of June and the first day of July;and I can easily say Justin and I experienced one of the greatest weeks either one of us could possibly hope to have this summer. Whether it was swinging together right after dinner ended or paddle-boating on the camp's lake,Justin and I each learned a little something from each other. We taught each other how to enjoy the little things. It's easy to speak about things you know nothing of,particularly when you're just an observant bystander,but when your heart's there when you learn to really love what you have from these kids it's not just easy,it's genuine. My only hope is that everyone can cherish the love "Jerry's Kids"instill the way I have.And I can only hope that you won't just wait for it to come looking for you;I hope that you'll reach out a hand to those in need,to those who live right in your community,to those who want love,care and compassion just like you. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 3 BEALLS OPENS NEW LOCATION IN LAND O' LAKESBradenton-based Bealls has consolidated stores in Lutz and Land O'Lakes to create a single Bealls Outlet at 21703 Village Lakes Shopping Center Drive in Land O'Lakes. The 27,500-square-foot store,which opened on July 11,has greater depth in all departments except for the home department,which was a stand-alone store in Lutz, said Bill Webster,director of public and government affairs for Bealls.Despite the still sluggish economy,the company believes that Land O'Lakes is a strong market for the company,Webster said.The store replaced a portion of the former Wal-Mart location at the plaza,on SR 54 just east of US 41.MEXICAN RESTAURANT IN LUTZ RESCHEDULES OPENINGElsa's Mexican Restaurant and Sports Cantina,a new restaurant at 18450 N.US 41, has scheduled its opening day for Aug.1. The restaurant is "imported from Ohio," where it has four locations in Dayton,with another set to open in August.All locations are owned and operated by Bill Hemmert and his family from Dayton,Ohio. Like the other Elsa's,the Lutz restaurant's menu will feature Mexican foods,as well as hamburgers,pizza and wings.Its claim to fame in the drinks department is its "Bad Juan Margarita." The restaurant is located in the space previously occupied by Weck's American Grill.PEDC'S WEBSITE WINS HONORThe Pasco Economic Development Council's website,www.pascoedc.com,has received the 2011 Promotional and Marketing Innovation award for best website by Florida Economic Development Council (FEDC). The FEDC awards competition honors the finest in marketing and communication best practices for economic development organizations throughout Florida. Submissions in the website category were judged for creativity,quality,originality and substance.RYLAND HOMES GRAND OPENING IN WESLEY CHAPELRyland Homes will host a grand opening on Aug.13 to showcase its New Marco model home at Ashton Oaks,which is off SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.The Marco model home features three bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths.It has 1,908 square feet of living space and a two-car garage.Ryland Homes plans to build 70 new three-,fourand five-bedroom single-family homes at Ashton Oaks,ranging from 1,2742,259 square feet,with prices beginning in the low $100,000s.To find out more,go to www.ryland.com/tampa.MOSI HAS NEW CLOSED CAPTIONINGThe Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) is now offering a new closed captioning system for its standard IMAX films. The system attaches into the seat cup holders inside the IMAX Dome Theatre.Anyone who would like to use the system should ask an IMAX staff member for details.MOSI is located at 4801 E.Fowler Ave.in Tampa.WESLEY CHAPEL NETWORKING OPPORTUNITYThe Wesley Chapel Business Forum and Networking group will meet from 8-10 a.m. Monday at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club, 26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. The group meets on Monday mornings to help build referral partnerships.The meeting is free,but coffee and breakfast are available for purchase.For more information,contact John Roth (813) 377-2622 or john.roth@ibuilderz.com.BANK CREATES ROBERT D. SUMNER BOARD ROOMThe First National Bank of Pasco has honored the memory of Robert D.Sumner by creating the Robert D.Sumner Board Room. In a news release,Andy Gibbs,chairman of the bank's board,said "We deeply mourn the passing of Bobby Sumner who has been such a large part of our bank.Robert D. Sumner served as a member of this board from Feb.21,1996 to May 25,2011;as president of the Holding Company since March 20,2008;and as our president and CEO of the bank since April 16,2009." In recognition of Sumner's contributions, the bank's board renamed its Dade City board room the Robert D.Sumner Board Room.BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVEBig Brothers Big Sisters is having a school supply drive to provide school supplies and clothing for children in need and to help supply classroom teachers.The drop off points for donation are at these Zephyrhills locations:Eyeglass World, 6844 Gall Blvd.and Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce office,38550 Fifth Ave.Here's a look at the items they are collecting. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 4 works out from home. "We run,we do weights from the back room,we've got all sorts of different stuff," Elizabeth said. Typically,workouts last 1.5-2 hours,and then,Elizabeth tends to schoolwork. As a rising junior,Elizabeth has learned to balance schoolwork with the long hours of training needed for MMA during the past two years of high school. "It's not that bad as long as I'm aware of both of them,"Elizabeth said."Whenever I get home,I get the homework done,get whatever chores I have to get done and I'm good.I do my workouts and I make sure everything is done before I go to bed." And for Elizabeth,MMA has given back just as much she's put in. By going to the same club,and working together to improve each other's skills, Elizabeth has noticed a stronger bond with her sister,Jessica."We're constantly grappling,she teaches me throws,we go around smacking each other on the head;it's fun,we're constantly goofing off and making jokes.We know the same people at the place we work out at,"Elizabeth said. "It has made a better bond between us."In the future,Elizabeth plans to continue practicing MMA throughout college,and may even remain at her club. "Right now,I want to go to USF;it's my No.1 spot,"Elizabeth said. On top of that,with the degree from USF, Elizabeth hopes to one day become an underwater archeologist. But for now,Elizabeth hopes to show By Zack Petersonzpeterson@cnewspubs.comWayne Taylor always thought having two daughters would mean raising them as cheerleaders. "You would think we'd have gone that route,but I guess we kind of went the other way,"he chuckled. Far from cheerleading,Elizabeth Guidry and Jessica Guidry,Taylor's two daughters, take a nontraditional stance towards sports and participate in Tae-Kwon Do,jiu jitsu, judo and other forms of mixed martial arts (MMA).Elizabeth stars in MMAElizabeth,the elder of the two sisters,has been active in MMA.To excel in MMA she has also studied jiu jitsu,Tae-Kwon Do and Sambo. "A lot of the people I tell get shocked," Elizabeth said. Elizabeth has grown accustomed to the reactions she receives from her fellow Freedom High students."They're like oh my god,you do MMA?'A lot of them don't know what MMA is and I have to explain it and then they get shocked. But they think it's pretty cool afterwards."For Elizabeth,it all started four years ago. "I wanted to join a sport," Elizabeth explained."But it was hard to do with the military." In the past,Elizabeth had tried volleyball,and even baseball when she was younger,but the appeal never clicked. Coupled with the constant moving as a "military family," Elizabeth decided to take up MMA because it "could really build confidence." Now,it's become a way of life. "At first it was just me wanting to get my confidence up; wanting to feel good.And now, I've gotten really passionate about it,"Elizabeth said."I really like doing it." To stay in peak condition, Elizabeth dedicates herself to the practice of MMA through consistent training with the T-NT Academy of Quality Mixed Martial Arts in Riverview. Elizabeth usually works out there on Monday and Wednesday,but every day,sheLutz sisters grapple with martial arts Elizabeth Guidry, left, stands posed in the horse stance, a typical fighting stance in MMA. Jessica Guidry looks on with amusement. According to Jessica, judo requires no particular starting fighting stance. (Photo by Zack Peterson)Continued on next page Chris Williamsin her mid 50'sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 5 others how martial arts have made a positive impact on her life. "I want to make sure I'm the best I can be,"Elizabeth said."I want to make myself proud,my coaches proud,and my family proud."Jessica new to judoJessica Guidry,the younger of the two sisters,practices the art of judo. "The easiest way to explain it is that it's like wrestling,but with different uniforms," Jessica said. Unlike her older sister Elizabeth,Jessica hasn't been involved in the art of mixed martial arts as long. Originally,she danced. Her first introduction to martial arts was through capoeira,a Brazilian form of martial arts that "hides fighting within dancing." "You hardly hit each other and it's a very gentle thing,"Jessica explained."I was too aggressive for it so I moved to judo." Similar to her sister,Jessica never cared for the idea of group sports. As a rising sophomore at Freedom High, none of the sports offered there captivated her interest. "I never really liked any of the sports, cause if you join a baseball team or things like that,everyone is best friends and we're a military family,so if I got into a group like that,it would be hard to switch from school to school." For a year now,Jessica has been training for judo at the same club as her sister,T-N-T Academy of Quality Mixed Martial Arts. "I think it takes up a lot of time,"Jessica said."On days I'm not at judo,I workout at least an hour." For Jessica,the intense three-a-week practices are critical to how she performs in tournaments. "It takes a lot of dedication because you have to keep up your physical strength,you have to practice all your moves,and you have to practice speaking commands in Japanese,"Jessica said."But it's worth it when you win." Jessica experienced success at Junior Judo National Championships in Ohio earlier this month when she won for her age group and weight class,the 14-15 year old division in the 52-kilogram section. "I'm predicting that if I keep up with going to international tournaments and I can start traveling out of countries for tournaments,then I can hopefully get on the USA team." Presently,Jessica is learning how to balance both judo and schoolwork.Being an honors student,Jessica is academically busy, and as a persistent judo trainer,dedicated to the hard work that's required. "It's hard with the time management because sometimes I get home around 10 or so and it's hard to get my homework done," Jessica said. For Jessica,every day is a detailed day built upon a rigid schedule. After getting home from school at 4, Jessica prepares for judo by eating dinner and working on homework.At 5,she and her sister leave for judo,get home late and fall asleep. "It's been a challenge,but I've found a way,"Jessica said. Although none of the sports at Freedom have ever clicked for her,Jessica said she could switch to wrestling. "Wrestling is an easy transition for people who do judo,"Jessica said. However,she has found journalism to be a good fit. Jessica explained that she was accepted at the end of this year and will begin working for Freedom's newspaper in the fall. Even though Jessica has "no idea"what the future holds in store,she does know that whatever it holds,judo will be involved. "I want to do it for a long time because it's really caught my attention.I don't click with a lot of people so I don't think I miss out.If anything,I'm avoiding a lot of bad things,"Jessica said."Plus,fighting is you;you get to use your strength.It's not swinging something around or throwing something. It's not as controlled." 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 6 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThis week will look into how LeHeup Hill,McLeod,Meridian Avenue,Prospect and Saint Leo got their names. (1) LEHEUP HILL is named after William A.LeHeup Sr.,who was born in Kingston,Ontario.He came to Florida from Wisconsin in 1911 and moved to east Pasco County with his eight children. The hill with his name is located between Zephyrhills and Dade City,just east of Fort King Road and Lake Pasadena.It was on that very hill where,in 1909,Howard Jeffries signed the contract to buy 35,000 acres of land from James Lee Greer.That land today is Zephyrhills. LeHeup's son William A."Bill"LeHeup lived in the area until he died on April 13, 2003 at age 98. (2) MCLEOD is the original name for Trilby,which is located north of Dade City. The area was first settled in 1879 by William McLeod and his sons Daniel,Eligah,William Jr.and Freeman.The last name was adopted as the town's name,but was changed to Macon and eventually Trilby. (3) MERIDIAN AVENUE is the name for SR 52 through downtown Dade City.It was named by the surveyor,whose name is lost to time,who platted the streets of the city. The surveyor picked the name of his hometown Meridian,Miss. for the title. (4) PROSPECT is the area around Prospect Road in Dade City just east of Saint Leo.It got its name from Prospect Branch Arbor Church,where many sects of Christians came together to worship.The original church was located next to a large spring that has since dried up. (5) SAINT LEO the town is located between San Antonio and Dade City on SR 52. Saint Leo College,now university,and Abbey are within the town's borders and are named for three Leos. The first Leo is Pope Saint Leo I the Great.He was the pope who fended off Attila the Hun from the gates of Rome in 452.Secondly,the reigning pontiff at the time the college opened was Pope Leo XIII. Lastly Leo Haid,who accepted responsibility for the Florida mission in 1889 from Saint Vincent Archabbey.Haid (1849-1924) made the decision to found the college and bargained with Judge Edmund Dunne for the 36 acres on which it was built. Haid got a charter for the college from the state,oversaw its construction and served as its first president from 1890-94. 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 continue throughout the summer.Information is provided by interviews with Pasco County historian Jeff Miller of Fivay.org and the West Pasco Historical Society.See how Ten Cent Road,Tommytown, Trilcoochee,Trilby and Wesley Chapel got their names next week.WHAT'S IN A NAMELearn history from Leheup to Saint Leo Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News 4710 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Land O' Lakes/ TuesFri 9am-6pm Sat 8am2pmPRECISION CUTSby Theresa813.995.2884 GET A FREE RAFFLE TICKETWITH YOUR HAIRCUTWeekly Drawings Every FridayALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. Dale Mabry Lutz, FL33548(813) 949-1384 or (813) 949-3963 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am 5:30pm $00000FS 45 TRIMMEREasy-to-use, well-balanced trimmer for homeowner use STIHL has you coveredwith protective apparel and accessories. $00000MS 170 CHAIN SAWDesigned for occasional wood-cutting tasks around the home Includes many of the excellent design features of our professional models Anti-vibration system for comfortable operation Bar lengths may vary by region. $00000BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWERProven handheld blower at an affordable price THIS TIME I WANT SOMETHINGHARDWORKING STIHLusa.com Available at participating dealers while supplies last. 2011 STIHL $149.95 $159.95 $179.95 Beating High Cholesterol Naturally!Most of us know that high cholesterol can seriously damage your health. Prescription medication can lower those high numbers, but for people who hate taking pills, there is another solution. Dr. Diane Longstreet Medical Nutrition Therapist, shows us how we can improve our cholesterol naturally. Light refreshments will be served.Thursday, July 28, 2011From 7-8 pmLong Term Acute Care Hospital(Class Room) 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes, Florida 34637 To register call our 24-hour Registration/Physician Referral line 1 877 4 UCH DOCS (1 877 482 4362) Free Community Lectures Home Furnishings & Antiques AT CONSIGNMENT PRICESHome & Garden Furniture Decorative Items, Artwork & Knick-Knacks Glass, China & Linens, Antiques & CollectiblesCayce Home ConsignmentsCayce Home Consignments6616 Land O Lakes Blvd.,Land O Lakes,FL 34638(813) 996-7125 / (813) 846-1652www.caycehomeconsign.com caycehomeconsign@verizon.netTuesday Saturday 10am to 6pm / Sunday Monday by appointment Former U.S. Army Major Free Consultation813.929.6789www.WesleyChapelLawGroup.com M c B a t h h L a w w F i r m , P A .W e s l e y y C h a p e l 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate?

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 7 HEALTH & WELLNESS Navigating Medicare successfullyThe Florida Department of Elder Affairs' Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) program,in partnership with the Pasco County Extension and Pasco Regional Medical Center,are teaming up to help people understand their healthcare options. SHINE provides information and counseling resources that train volunteers to provide free,confidential healthcare advice to Florida's seniors and the disabled,particularly about Medicare.Medicare is a government health insurance program administered by the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.It is the largest health insurance service in the country, with about 40 million Americans participating. To be eligible,people must be a United States citizen and meet certain requirements.SHINE will lead three programs in the coming months about Medicare: Medicare 101 on Friday,July 22 Medicare drug plan on Friday,Aug.26 Medicare advantage on Friday,Sept.23 Each class is at Pasco Regional,Fort King Road in Dade City,from 10-11 a.m.Call Patty Richter at (352) 518-1087 to reserve a seat. Light refreshments will be served.Pregnancy center gets new nameThe Lutz-Land O'Lakes Pregnancy Center is changing its name to LifeChoices Women's Care to reflect its transition from a pregnancy resource center to a medical clinic.The primary mission of the center has not changed,however.It still provides care, in addition to information and support to women facing unplanned pregnancies.The facility offers a variety of services,including free pregnancy testing,free ultrasounds and free nursing assessment.For more information visit www.lifechoiceswomenscare.org.Drivers needed for the blindDrivers are needed to take clients to and from rehabilitation classes in a Lighthouse van.The position requires three hours a week.For more information,call (727) 8150303.Help needed for cancer patientsThe American Cancer Society is seeking people with cars who want to volunteer a few hours each month between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.weekdays to take patients to treatment facilities as part of its road to recovery program.For more information,call (813) 949-0291 ext.114.Alzheimer's caregiver support The Alzheimer's Association's caregiver support group in Land O'Lakes meets the first Monday monthly at Harvester United Methodist Church,2432 Collier Parkway.For more information,call (813) 929-0523.Conquerors in recovery groupGroups for people with codependency and drug,alcohol and sexual addictions meet at 7 p.m.each Monday at 1854 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.Family relationships workshopsThe Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute and Land O'Lakes Senior Center offer free workshops to help family relationships from 10:30-11:30 a.m.each Monday at 6801 Wisteria Loop in Land O'Lakes.For more information,call (813) 929-1200.Grief and loss support groupA group to help people recover after any loss meets at 10 a.m.on Tuesday at Gulfside's Thrift Shoppe,21780 SR 54 in Lutz. The staff of Regional Medicals'wound center with Center of Distinction award. Seen from left front row are Douglas Cohen, medical director Donald Vierling, Charles Boothby and Douglas Jordan. Second row from left are Georgia Martin, Donna Ritter, Linda Malone, Ester Gonzalez and Doreen Flood. Director John Odell is in the back. (Photo courtesy of Regional Medical)Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point physicians,leaders and clinicians gathered on June 30 to celebrate receiving the Robert A.Warriner III,M.D.,Center of Excellence award. The award was given to Regional Wound Care at Bayonet Point,as the facility met the Center of Distinction's quality standards for two straight years.This center has achieved patient satisfaction rates higher than 90 percent,among other quality standards.In 2010,the wound center treated more than 423 patients,often preventing amputations and helping patients return to active lives. "Our outstanding team enables us to meet the increasing need for specialized wound care,"Shalin Shah,Regional Medical's chief financial officer,said in a release."We are thrilled to accept these awards,and proud to offer this quality center to our community." Regional Medical's wound center is a member of the Diversified Clinical Services (DCS) Clinical Network of more than 325 centers.The network allows access to benchmarking data and experience of treating more than two million chronic wounds. "We're honored,"Dr.Donald Vierling,the center's medical director,said in a release. "It's a privilege to be part of a great collaborative effort between the hospital and DCS. Together,we are able to heal patients in our community,getting them get back to living happy,healthy lives." For more information on the wound center,call (727) 819-2929.Regional Medical's wound award Keep Your Teenager ALIVE!IMPORTANT PARENT SEMINARCar crashes are the #1 killer of teens.Attend this seminar and learn how to teach your child defensive driving skills that may save his life.Thursday, July 21 7 to 9 p.m. COPPERSTONE EXECUTIVE SUITES 3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Land O' LakesParents are the most influential factor in safe teen driving. This seminar gives parents peace of mind so they worry less when their teen pulls out of the driveway."Most teenage drivers are short on driving experience and long on confidence a dangerous combination."Instructor George Csanadi,professional driving instructor Registration not required,but preferredCost $25.00 per familyDRIVER'S EDUCATION SHOULDN'T STOP AT 16 (813) 713-4233 george@gcsmotorsports.net Laser Surgery Dentistry Boarding/Daycare Grooming 4306 Land O' Lakes Blvd.At the NE corner of Bell Lake & US 41Serving Land O' Lakes for 25 Years!www.LandolakesAnimalHospital.comLAND O' LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL813-996-2021 Dogs starting at $45.00Cats starting at $39.00Low Cost ThursdaysSPAY / NEUTER SR 54US Hwy 41Bell Lake RdHale RdLUTZLAND O' LAKES N Why is it that some people pay ABSOLUTELY nothing for Nursing Home care while other people pay $60,000 or more a year?WE HAVE ANSWERS! 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 8 Junior woman's club to host inaugural fundraiserBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen it comes to civic involvement, there's a new group that hopes to make a difference in Lutz and Pasco County. The GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club plans to be a bridge between the young girls who are involved in the juniorette clubs,such as the Little Women of Lutz,and the GFWC Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club,which consists mostly of retirees. The target market for the junior woman's club is for women who are out of high school,but are not yet retired,said Angelina Carter,the club's founding president. "That's a huge gap,from high school to retirement,"said Carter,noting the junior woman's club began meeting in January and has 15 members so far. The club is staging its first fundraising event,a Christmas in July Vendor Fair,from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.on July 30 at Atonement Lutheran Church,29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel. The fair will have about 25 vendors, who will offer handmade crafts,earthfriendly products,food and other items. The junior woman's club also will be having a holiday cookie bake sale,in keeping with the "Christmas in July"theme, Carter said. There is no admission charge for the event,but those attending are encouraged to bring a canned food item to help stock "Helping Hands Food Pantry,"which is housed at the church,Carter said. Beyond conducting this fundraising event,the club also is actively recruiting new members,Carter said. The club is open to more than just residents of Lutz,drawing from north Hillsborough and central/east Pasco. Meetings are at 6:30 p.m.every fourth Thursday of the month,with meetings alternating between Atonement Lutheran Church and Horizon Bay Assisted Living Facility,414 Chapman Road E.in Lutz. About 90 percent of the club's activities are at night and the other 10 percent are on weekends to accommodate the working schedules of members,Carter said. Anyone interested in finding out more about the group can email gfwclutzpascojwc@gmail or call Carter at (813) 210-1588. First United First United Methodist Church,960 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. Chapel Service every Sunday 8 a.m. Blended Service 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:30 a.m. Classes for all ages,9:45 and 11:30 a.m. For information,call (813) 949-1751.Holy Trinity Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,20735 Leonard Road in Lutz. "Christmas in July"will be the theme on July 24.All Christmas songs will be sung and people are to wear something "Christmas." Traditional service every Sunday 8 a.m. Family service 9:15 a.m. Service with the choir at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care is provided for children in kindergarten or younger for the 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.services. Choir rehearses at 7:45 p.m every Wednesday.Church-wide rummage sale at 7 a.m.July 30.For more information,call (813) 9497173 or visit www.holytrinitylutz.com.Keystone Community Keystone Community Church,21010 SR 54 in Lutz. Bible study for all ages from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m.Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. For more information,call (813) 9624522 or visit keystonecommunity.org. FAITH & WORSHIP 813.406.48771641 LAND O' LAKES BLVDwww.DesignThreeInteriors.comSOUTH OF SR 54 ON WEST SIDE OF US 41 WINDOW TREATMENTS / FLOOR COVERINGS / FURNITURE / UPHOLSTERY ACCESSORIES / PAINT AND WALLPAPER / ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Remake your home to what you always wanted Affordable decorating that can be done in steps / Costs less than you think FREE IN-HOME CONSULTATIONS Being there is why Imhere. P097193 06/09State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, Bloomington, ILWhether you need a question answered, a problem solved or a claim reported, my job is to make it happen. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7. 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Donation Drive Donate new, unwrapped toys and monetary gis during the special Christmas in July community event at St. Josephs Childrens Hospital. For a detailed wish list, visit StJosephsChristmas.org. Friday, July 22, 7am-3pm St. Josephs Childrens Hospital, Main Entrance Circular Driveway How to Keep Your Child on Track Managing Type 1 Diabetes Learn how to manage type 1 diabetes at a panel discussion with our pediatric specialists and dietitians. Our experts will review food choices at home and in school, carb counting, insulin pumps, and new technologies for children with type 1 diabetes. ursday, August 4, 5:30pm Shuchi Shah, MD; Cate White, RN, CDE; Ashley Daub, RD St. Josephs Childrens Specialty Center at Mease Countryside Hospital ursday, August 18, 5:30pm Terry DeClue, MD; Beth Blocker, RN; Ashley Daub, RD St. Josephs Hospital, Medical Arts Building, Auditorium Is Your Childs Backpack Weighing em Down? Backpacks are helpful for transferring schoolbooks, supplies and lunches from home to school and back again. However, the type and size of your childs backpack could be causing headaches, back pain and other health issues. Join pediatric orthopedic surgeon David Siambanes, MD, as he discusses backpack pain and health issues, treatments and how to select and use a backpack. ursday, August 4, 6pm St. Josephs Hospital, Medical Arts Building, Auditorium Did You Know Seven Out of 10 Car Seats Are Used Incorrectly? Make an appointment and nd out how to correctly install your car seat and make necessary corrections. Bring your vehicle owners manual and the car seat instructions. Wednesday, August 10, 9:30-11:30am St. Josephs Childrens Hospital, Main Entrance Circular Driveway !"Should You Stay or Should You Go to the ER? Join pediatric emergency medicine physician Manuel Carmona, MD, to learn when to take your child to the ER and what you need to have in your home medicine cabinet to treat emergencies. Bring your child and their teddy bear so they can learn how to treat their bears emergencies during our Teddy Bear Clinic. Friday, August 12, 1-2pm St. Josephs Hospital, Medical Arts Building, Auditorium Join Us For Some Fun, e Safety Store is Turning One Its a birthday celebration! Enjoy cupcakes, arts and cras for kids, and receive 20% oyour purchase at e Safety Store. Friday, August 12, 2-4pm St. Josephs Childrens Hospital, Lobby #Whats Right for My Child and How to Prevent Injuries Soccer or football … what sport is right for my child? Join pediatric orthopedic surgeon Timothy Bradley, MD, to learn how choosing the right sport may help prevent injuries and what you can do to avoid sports-related injuries. Monday, August 15, 6pm St. Josephs Hospital, Medical Arts Building, Auditorium $%What to Expect Aer Bringing Your Baby Home Join pediatrician Jamie Mallah, MD, to learn what to expect when you bring your new baby home, what is normal and what is not, and when to contact your pediatrician. Find out what to expect from your pediatrician and what your pediatrician expects from you. ursday, September 8, 6:30pm St. Josephs Hospital-North, Garden Lobby Classroom BC111365-0711 Facebook.com/StJosephsChildrens ANNUAL CHILDRENS HEALTH AND WELLNESS SEMINAR SERIES & HEALTHY CHILDREN ARE HAPPY CHILDREN St. Josephs Childrens Hospital 3001 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Tampa St. Josephs Hospital Medical Arts Building 3003 W. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Tampa St. Josephs Hospital-North 4211 Van Dyke Road, Lutz St. Josephs Childrens Specialty Center at Mease Countryside Hospital Morton Plant Mease Professional Center North 3253 McMullen Booth Road, Suite 100, Clearwater Bring Your ChildSpace is limited. Register today: EmbraceYourHealth.com or CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 9

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Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 11 JOIN THE CLUB NEWCOMERS MEETThe Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough will meet at 11:30 a.m.July 21 at Bahama Breeze,3045 N.Rocky Point Drive in Tampa. For reservations and cost,visit www.newcomersnwhillsborough.com.ORCHID SOCIETYThe Tampa Bay Orchid Society will meet at the Tampa Garden Club,2629 Bayshore Blvd.,July 21.Guest speaker is Glen Gross of Gross Orchids on the topic of building quality mounted orchids.Doors open at 6 p.m.;meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments provided.Bloom table for education segment.For information,call (813) 876-8495 or visitwww.tampabayorchiddsociety.shutterfly.com.AARP MEETINGThe Land O'Lakes Chapter of the AARP will meet at 10:30 a.m.July 22 at the Land O' Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Guest speaker is Faith Sincich, who will give a brief history of Tampa.A potluck lunch will follow the program.For information,call George Cooper at (813) 996-6100.MEET AND GREETGreyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay will have a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.July 23 at the Port Richey Petco,9638 US 19.For information,call (813) 971-4732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org.OUT AND ABOUT CHAMBER MIXERThe Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will host a mixer at 6 p.m.July 21 at Hampton Inn & Suites,2740 Cypress Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.This is an evening of networking,socializing and the announcement of mayoral candidates for 2011-12.For information,call (813) 994-8534 or visit www.wesleychapelchamber.com.CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT A cornhole tournament will be from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.July 23 at the Lutz Nature Park little league field.The event is to raise money for the James David Birk Memorial College Scholarship and will include food, music and vendors.James David Birk was 21 when he died from a car accident on Thanksgiving 2009.His family is honoring his memory by raising money for a college scholarship.The cost to register for the tournament is $25.For more information, call (813) 363-7672 or go to Facebook/JDB Cornhole for College.TEEN DRIVING SEMINARParents of teens are invited to attend a seminar on teen driving from 7-9 p.m.July 21 at Copperstone Executive Suites,3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes. Taught by professional driving instructor George Csanadi,the class addresses what parents can do to make their teens as safe as possible behind the wheel.Cost is $25 per family.Registration is preferred,but not required.Call (813) 713-4233 or email george@gcsmotorsports.net.JASON DOWD EXHIBITInternational exhibiting artist Jason Dowd, of Lutz,will display his photographic artwork at Rudolph's Gallery in Tarpon Springs from 1-5 p.m.July 23.Admission is free.The gallery is located at 39340 US 19. For information,call the gallery at (727) 934-6666.For information about Jason Dowd,visit dowdstudios.com.FREE KIDS MOVIESCobb 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 26,27 and 28 are Yogi Bear and Narnia:Voyage of the Dawn Treader.Grove 16 is located at 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.For information,call (813) 948-5444.END OF SUMMER BASHMOSI will host an End of Summer Bash for teens ages 12-17 from 6:30-11:30 p.m.Aug. 5.The event includes music,movies, gaming and activities,Rock Band group and dancing.Participants can take the ropes course challenge and play laser tag in the exhibits.Parents can drop off their teen.Cost is $33 or $25 for MOS members.MOSI is located at 4801 E. Fowler Ave.For information,call (813) 987-6000. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT SINGLE NATURISTSJoin other singles for dinner at Caliente Resort and Spa on July 21. Grounds fees are complimentary after 5 p.m.with purchase of the buffet dinner,which is $14.Social Hour is at the Piano Bar from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.in Las Palmas,the private dining room. 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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Isner claims first title of 2011Pasco County resident John Isner won the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships on the grass at Newport,R.I.on July 10,his first title of the year and his second all time. Isner,26,claimed the crown by defeating Olivier Rochus 6-3,7-6(7),moving his career record to 100-80.He is 2-4 all time in championship matches. The 6-foot-9 Isner took a late wild card entry into the event,which forced him to miss his brother Nathan's wedding on July 9 in Virginia. "I didn't want to miss Nathan's wedding, but he understood I would only miss it if I made the semis," Isner said."It worked out and this is a great start to the summer series going into the U.S.Open." The ATP reports the finals between Isner and Rochus,who is 5-foot-6,had the biggest height differential between opponents.It took Isner 1 hour and 42 minutes to dispatch the Belgian. Isner had five break points in the first set, but failed to convert on five more opportunities in the second.The right-handed Isner prevailed thanks in part to his big serve,which helped him post 22 aces. "I don't think I've ever had a better week serving," said Isner."I'm fortunate to have that weapon and I was in a groove for five matches.It carried me to the championship here." The victory moves Isner up 10 spots in the ATP world rankings from No.46 to 36.Lutz Lightning softball tryoutsLutz Lightning 2000,a 10-and-under girls fastpitch travel softball team,will have tryouts during July.All positions will be evaluated,includingpitchers and utility players.Tryouts are at the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex,770 W.Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz.Dates and times are: Sunday,July 17 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. Friday,July 22 from 6-8 p.m. Sunday,July 24 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. For more information,email coach Ron Gaschleratrgy2kmba@aol.com,call(813) 355-2013or visitwww.lutzlightning.com.Steinbrenner High baseball campSteinbrenner baseball coach John Crumbley and assistant Shaun Fowler will lead a camp for players ages 6-13 this summer.The sessions are: June 27-30 at the Lutz Little League at Oscar Cooler Sports Complex July 18-21 at the Citrus Park Little League Aug.1-4 at the Lutz Little League at Oscar Cooler Sports Complex The cost is $110 per session.For more information or to sign up,email warriorbaseballcamp@verizon.net or call (813) 546-9955.Wiregrass Ranch baseball campWiregrass Ranch baseball coach Jeff Swymer will lead a camp at the Bulls baseball field,2909 Mansfield Blvd.in Wesley Chapel,Aug.5-7.The times are 4-7 p.m.Aug.5,10 a.m.-4 p.m.Aug.6 and 1-5 p.m.Aug.7.The cost is $75 per participant.Swymer said the three-day camp will cover all aspects of the game,not just one specific position.He added players will be encouraged to work in as many different position groups as possible.For more information or to sign up,email Swymer at jswymer@gmail.com.Warriors volleyball golf eventThe third annual Steinbrenner High School Volleyball Golf Tournament and Silent Auction Fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday,Aug.13 starting at 8 a.m.at Heritage Harbor Golf and Country Club,19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway in Lutz.All the money earned will go toward the volleyball program,which has won two district championships since the school opened in 2009 and amassed a 42-15 record.As a public school,contributions will not only help purchase needed equipment and pay for expenses,but also bring favorable attention to local businesses or individuals that participate.For more information,visit www.steinbrennervolleyball.com,or email Dave Bame at dbame@acosta.com or call (813) 769-3007. John Isner won the Campbell's Hall of Fame Tennis Championships, his first title of 2011. (File photo)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comOn a hot summer day in Lutz,football players run through drills,hit blocking pads and sprint as fast as they can to be the first in every race. The scene is a familiar one for the Steinbrenner football team,but this time the Warriors players are the ones holding clipboards,taking notes and giving tips. Several Steinbrenner players and coaches got up early for two weeks to help coach the Lutz Chiefs summer football camps. "I wanted to be able to teach the younger kids,who may be the future of Steinbrenner,"said senior-to-be Daniel Fernandez,a cornerback."I want to help get them ready for their career in football.It's a good way to give back." The players did not mind getting to the field by 8 a.m.each day,even though they were also participating in the program's 7on-7 football sessions later each day.They see it as an investment in Steinbrenner's future. "We're starting to prepare them with not only the drills and skills they're going to need,but also the work their going to have to put in,"Fernandez said."It's helping them see what it takes on their body to play football.It's going to mentally prepare them for junior varsity and varsity football in high school.They will be able to help Steinbrenner at a younger age if they know what it's going to take." The camps were June 20-24 and June 27July 1 at the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex in Lutz.The first session was for kids ages 710,while the second was for 11-15. Junior-to-be running back Kendall Pearcey said he was surprised the younger kids were able to give as much effort despite the heat. "They have a lot of energy,"Pearcey said. "The sun doesn't really faze them.They just want to have fun and love playing football.It makes it really fun for us." Bobby Thomas,9, was one of the players who participated.He also played for the Lutz Chiefs last year. "They helped me a lot,"said Thomas of the coaching he got from the Warriors players. "They showed me how to do a lot of things and different forms." This is the first year Steinbrenner football coach Floyd Graham has led the camp since the school opened in 2009. "We wanted to do this because Steinbrenner really is a community school and a lot of my players first played football with the Lutz Chiefs,"Graham said."We wanted to give back to the youth program and hopefully get a lot of kids excited about Steinbrenner football." Fernandez was among those who learned about football with the Chiefs. "It's been great this week," Fernandez said."It kind of takes me back to come out and help on these fields because I played with the Chiefs growing up." Sophomore-to-be quarterback Curtis Fitch said the benefits to the program will show up when the campers decide to play in high school."We're such a new high school,so the players wanted to show that we really do care about the young kids coming into our high school,"Fitch said."We want them to want to play here so they are comfortable when they are freshmen in a couple years. A lot of them are telling us they're going to come to our games this year, so it'll help us fill our stadium."Pearcey said there will also be an immediate boost to the Warriors program this year. "Camps like these help us bond more and be more comfortable with each other," Pearcey said."That will help us in games this year because we can trust each other to follow out their assignments.It will help us bring home more wins."Planting seeds for future success Bobby Thomas, 9, runs through agility drills while Steinbrenner players Daniel Fernandez (wearing hat) and Tyler Hampton (with clipboard) and Warriors assistant Michael Bosco look on. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Julian Jones, 9, brings in a catch after Steinbrenner football player Ryan Haggard showed him how it is done at the Lutz Chiefs summer camp. Jace Hohen, 9, fights through blocking dummies held by Steinbrenner football players Joe Ross (left) and Jarrett Penzer. Steinbrenner starting quarterback Curtis Fitch throws passes to campers as they work on their routes. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 13 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Lutz Little League Junior baseball all star squad went 3-0 en route to claiming the District 25 championship hosted by Land O' Lakes June 25-30. Lutz Juniors defeated North Seminole,New Tampa and host Land O'Lakes twice to win the championship. "When we held our first all star practice I told the boys that we had the talent to do something special this all-star season,"said Lutz coach Andy Stofanik."I told them that if we did not win the district it would be a huge disappointment and it would have meant that we really underachieved." Andy knew his team had the talent to win,but bringing a group of all stars together as one team is sometimes a challenge. "You know the most difficult thing about coaching an all-star team is that everyone is used to playing shortstop and batting in the three hole,"Andy said."Some shortstops have to play outfield and others have to play catcher.Fortunately everyone has accepted their role on this team." Lutz allowed 11 runs in its four games during the event,thanks in part to pitching and defense. "The pitching performances we got out of Drew Stofanik,Anthony Rocca and Ryan Nagel were unbelievable,"Andy said."The three of them came up huge for us down the stretch. "Miguel Rodriguez was a beast in centerfield,"Andy said."He ran down some shots that just ended up being long outs.He was a game changer. Anthony Rocca played very well at shortstop.At times it felt like he was making every out on the field."Andy also praised his catcher Nagel,who did not allow a passed ball in the tournament.The all stars won their opening game against North Seminole 10-3 behind the pitching of Al Alberger and Nagel.Drew drove in two runs,while Nagel helped his own cause by adding one RBI. In the second contest,Lutz defeated Land O'Lakes 8-4.Drew had a perfect game through three innings.Rocca pitched two frames in relief and Nagel closed the last two.At the plate,Lutz was led by Drew's two hits and four RBI. Lutz played New Tampa in game three, an 11-1 win.Drew and Rocca each pitched three innings.Rodriguez went 3-for-4 with a double while driving in one and scoring another.Alberger had two hits,one RBI and scored a pair of runs.Joining the hit parade were Rocca,with one hit,two RBI and one run scored.Jesse Reinhart had a hit and also scored once,while Stofanik added a hit, scored a run and drove in a pair.Nagel and Matt Berube also each posted one hit and one run scored. Land O'Lakes fought back to make the championship game June 30,but the boys from northern Hillsborough County had just a little more and defeated the central Pasco County squad 4-3 in eight innings. Lutz got a five-inning pitching performance from Drew.Then Rocca came in to slam the door shut allowing no hits in three frames of work while striking out five. Land O'Lakes threatened in the sixth inning with the bases loaded and two outs, but Rocca picked off the runner on second to end the frame. Reinhart hit a single in the eighth inning with one out and the score tied 3-3.He stole second base and advanced to third when the ball got away from the catcher.Reinhart scored what ended up being the winning run on a passed ball two pitches later. Brandon Furr had two hits,including a double,while scoring two runs and driving in one in the title game. By winning the district,Lutz will play in the sectional tournament in Haines City starting July 22,where the squad can qualify for states. "It is going to be a great experience," Drew said."Every year all stars start up,you dream about winning the district tournament and this year we did it.If we play like we did in the district tournament,we have a shot to win sectionals and go to state." The Lutz Little League Junior all stars after claiming the District 25 title without a loss. (Photo courtesy of Andy Stofanik) Lutz Junior all starsAl Alberger Matt Berube Matthew Cerreta Cody Cox Chris Day Alex DiFante Brandon Furr Kyle Handerhan Ryan Nagel Jesse Reinhart Anthony Rocca Miguel Rodriguez Drew Stofanik Austin Wentz Andy Stofanik,coach Barry Anderson,assistant Gene Cox,assistant Bob Day,assistant Joe Reinhart,assistantLutz Juniors perfect through districts

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"It's all the fast food and prepared and processed food that we eat today, and also how fast we eat our meals," he said.An overweight culture is another reason why doctors are seeing so many cases of GERD. "An amazing 60 percent of Americans are overweight today," said Dr. Frank. "Poor eating habits, eating too fast and being overweight all contribute to indigestion and GERD."GERD is a serious illness that can cause great discomfort and lead to pre-cancerous conditions. "People with GERD can slow down many of their symptoms by losing weight and eliminating coffee, caffeinated sodas, peppermint and liquor from their diet. We also tell people not to lay down to watch TV or nap after eating because the body needs to be upright to properly digest its food," said Dr. Frank.Medical SpotlightAsk the Doctor What is GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease)? It happens when acid and partially digested food in the stomach refluxes, or comes back up into the esophagus. It may develop by eating too quickly, eating before you go to bed, eating spicy foods and/or by eating large portions. Certain foods and beverages can make GERD worse, including chocolate, caffeinated beverages, alcohol, fatty foods, peppermint and licorice. What are its symptoms? Often a dry cough, sour taste in the throat and heartburn that feels like a burning chest pain and often moves upward toward the throat. In severe cases, GERD may lead to esophageal erosion, ulcers and tooth decay. How is it diagnosed? Usually by an upper endoscopy, which is a thin scope that goes down through the mouth to look at the esophagus, stomach and the small intestine. It allows doctors to evaluate the lining of the esophagus in a simple outpatient procedure. How is it treated? Most commonly by lifestyle modifications, medications, surgery or a combination. If GERD goes untreated, it can lead to Barrett's Esophagus, which damages the lining of the esophagus and increases risk of pre-cancer to the esophagus. More questions? Call Dr. Frank's office at (813) 972-2324. Who's whoBarry Frank, M.D. was born and raised in Oklahoma and has been a resident of Florida since 1975. He was exposed to the world of medicine through his pediatrician father. He attended the University of Oklahoma School of Medicine and began the first four years of his medical career in academics as an assistant professor of internal medicine at the University of South Florida. Dr. Frank has been a physician at Florida Medical Clinic since 2001 and says joining the clinic has opened many opportunities for his practice. One of his favorite aspects of being a doctor is oneon-one interaction with patients. Dr. Barry Frank serves on the board of directors for Florida Medical Clinic as well as the board for the Clinic's Foundation of Caring. He is also the medical director of Florida Medical Clinic's North Tampa Ambulatory Endoscopy Center. He has been married for 36 years and has two adult children. He enjoys all sports, especially baseball, and loves to challenge anyone to a round of golf. DADE CITY 13417 U.S. Highway 301 / ZEPHYRHILLS 38135 Market Square WESLEY CHAPEL 27343 Wesley Chapel Blvd. / LAND O'LAKES 2100 Via Bella Blvd. www.floridamedicalclinic.com 813-780-8440 Foundation of CaringPaint Your Heart Out MeetDr. Barry Frank Once again,Team FMC came together and participated in the 23rd annual Paint Your Heart Out Tampa event.Twenty-one volunteers included employees and family members of Florida Medical Clinic,as well as staff from one of FMC's vendors,David Dugay of Docusource,who headed up a team of five volunteers from his company. Paint Your Heart Out is a City of Tampa program that brings together citizens,businesses,clubs and civic organizations to lend their helping hand to assist low-income,elderly citizens in our community.Over the past 22 years,volunteers have painted the homes of more than 2,200 grateful and deserving homeowners. The day was spent scraping, painting and,of course,sweating. Ms.Mattie Kendrick,retired from Hillsborough County School District,was the proud homeowner who the FMC team helped.She was truly surprised to see that in addition to having her home painted,a new garden was added to her front yard. Chris and Jessica Clement (Tampa Lab) donated flowers,potting soil,mulch and a lot of hard work to create a garden at the base of a tree.Other beds were mulched and when the painting was finished, the entire home and yard were beautiful. It was a rewarding day of hard work,new friendships and treasured memories.In a sign of sincere appreciation,Ms.Kendrick hugged each of the volunteers who worked on her home and garden. The next Foundation event is the annual bowling fundraiser on Sept. 24 at Pin Chasers in Zephyrhills. The Foundation is looking for community bowling teams and leagues to participate in this fun event,as well as corporate sponsors.To help, please contact the Foundation of Caring Office at (813) 783-9932. Florida Medical Clinic's Foundation of Caring was established in 2005 when Sheri Schwab, the charity's founding president, approached the Clinic's senior management about creating a foundation. In the five years since its inception,the FMC Foundation of Caring has collected more than $1 million in donations,a vast majority which came from clinic doctors and employees.Some of the organizations the Foundation has supported include: East Pasco Habitat for Humanity Take Stock in Children Sunrise of Pasco,Inc. Lewis Abraham Lacoochee Boys & Girls Club Layla's House Starting Right,Now! East Pasco Meals on Wheels Support Our Troops "Our employees'commitment to give back'to our community has been extraordinary,"said Joe Delatorre,chief executive officer of Florida Medical Clinic."One hundred percent of our doctors have donated to the Foundation and of the monies collected,97 percent has been given to various community projects." 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 19 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDavid Reutimann finished as the runnerup at NASCAR's inaugural race at Kentucky Speedway. It is the first top-five showing of the year for the former Zephyrhills resident who finished behind Kyle Busch.Reutimann and his No.00 car started 17th in the Quaker State 400,but he fought his way back and passed Jimmie Johnson on the final lap to post the second-place performance. "It feels great,it feels good,"Reutimann said. "Second is still second,but it's certainly a lot closer than we have been in the last month or so,so it felt really good." Johnson tipped his cap to Reutimann after the race. "I had my hands full with the 00,"Johnson said."I think he probably was the best car at the end." Reutimann said he was pleasantly surprised with the finish,as Kentucky is not a track he is familiar with,but what he does know is it can be a treacherous course. "There are a lot of different places at Kentucky that are a little rough,but there is no way that you can just get around them," Reutimann said."Some of the bumps are just there and there's really not much you can do.There is really only two ways that you can do it.You can work on your car and try to make it more compliant at those spots and not bounce so bad or you can just drive around them. "Some situations where they aren't as big,you can just drive around the bumps getting in and be okay,"Reutimann continued."That's the only two ways I know how to do it,and I don't think either one is a sure bet that you're going to be okay.That's just the nature of the racetrack and something that you have to work around." The showing moved Reutimann up two spots in the Sprint Cup standings to No.24. Reutimann's best finishes of the year were ninth at Charlotte on May 29 and 13th at both Las Vegas on March 6 and Pocono on June 12. "It's been an awful season for us,"Reutimann said. "At the end of last year it felt like we were making some gains.This year,we haven't had the results we've been looking for." Reutimann last won at Chicagoland Speedway July 2010.He credits his crew for the running at Kentucky and predicts momentum may be building. "The guys are trying to figure out why we're not running well,and hence we have a better car this weekend,"Reutimann said. "It's a step in the right direction." Reutimann placed 19th on July 17 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.RacePlaceDaytona 50030 Subway Fresh Fit 50029 Kobalt Tools 40013 Jeff Byrd 50030 Auto Club 40019Goody's Fast Relief 50015 Samsung Mobile 50029 Aaron's 49914 Hansen 40031Showtime Southern 50016RacePlaceFedEx 40015 Cocla-Cola 6009 STP 40022 5-Hour Energy 50013 Heluva Good! 400 35Toyota/Save Mart 35024 Coke Zero 40025 Quaker State 4002 Lenox Industrial 30119All results as recorded by NASCAR.DAVID REUTIMANN 2011 SEASON By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) has reduced the fines levied against Wiregrass Ranch High involving illegal recruiting within the Bulls girls basketball program.FHSAA spokesman Seth Polansky said the school will only have to pay a total of $6,275. Wiregrass Ranch was originally fined $12,525 for 10 violations.Principal Ray Bonti sent a letter to the FHSAA that included six corrective actions his school was taking as a result of the investigation into the Bulls'program.The letter asked for leniency in the fines,but did not appeal any of the findings by the FHSAA. Polansky said FHSAA executive director Roger Dearing and associate executive director Denarvise Thornton cut the fines because of the actions taken by the Bulls, which included new policies to use Wiregrass Ranch facilities as well as members of the athletic program taking compliance seminars.Wiregrass Ranch was originally given four $2,500 fines,a $400 fine and had to pay back the FHSAA $2,125,which is half the money spent to conduct its investigation.The new total fine of $6,275 includes the money needed to probe into the Bulls'program.The investigation into Wiregrass Ranch girls basketball involved the illegal recruitment of Briahanna Jackson,who attended the school at the end of her junior and beginning of her senior years.She has since graduated from Freedom High in Hillsborough County. Jackson will attend IMG Basketball Academy in Bradenton on a full scholarship this year,which will allow her to continue growing as a basketball player while taking classes designed to help on college entrance exams,according to her mother Cathleen Grippe. Of the violations,Wiregrass Ranch girls basketball coach Greg Finkel,who has coached the program since the school opened five years ago,was found to have falsified information given to the FHSAA and was not fully cooperative with the investigation. Finkel resigned as the Bulls coach on July 7,but will remain as a driver's education instructor.He said he has been a coach for the last 20 years. Wiregrass Ranch's athletic program is on probation for one year,ending June 1,2012. The Bulls girls basketball program received two years of probation,ending June 1,2013, and was also forced to forfeit two games Jackson played in during the 2010-11 season. 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KANCHAN KAMATH, MD GERALD CURLEY, DO SCOTT SCHEIRER, ARNP sioners will vote if they want to pick up the upkeep after the program ends. The stations will be connected to a network that allows people to see when each is open from the Internet or their smartphone. Hillsborough was one of 13 metropolitan areas,along with Orlando,chosen nationally to be a part of the pilot program by the U.S. Department of Energy.Florida currently has 52 ChargePoint charging stations,but the only one in the Tampa Bay area in central Pinellas County. The department's overall goal is to install 100 charging stations in the Tampa Bay area.ELECTRIC,from page 1Q: Why did you want to run for president instead of a smaller position first? A: I don't want to get into legislation.I want to be sharing ideas.How people can join together to accomplish things.I feel the position as president,or just part of the campaign,raises a lot of awareness to the real issues.Hopefully I'll be able to force some discussion about these issues,even if I don't win. Q: So it wouldn't crush you if you lost? A: I don't care if I lose,as long as the information is getting out there.As long as people see the power they have if they work together and stop this sinking ship. Start being our best and being the example for the world.We need to decide what we need to focus on.Is it really profit? People work 40,50,80 hours a week, and they don't ask why.Why are they working so much? Where are we going in such a hurry? What's our goal? Are we just chasing a profit? Just to pay a bill? Electricity could be free if we just cooperated.If we came together,could we come up with a way to make electricity without charging them? I think we could do it. Q: Would that be possible with everyone out there? A: We've got a baby on the way,due in February.We don't have insurance,and people hear that and think we're going to be a leach on society.So having a new member of society is seen as a leach on society? That doesn't make sense.Why is adding another person,who could do great things,invent things or whatever,why is that a bad thing? We have poverty because we haven't given those people options. Q: What do you think the end result would be from something like that? A: There's no telling,but I think 7 billion people joining together for good would only mean great things.What's possible with 7 billion people holding hands to see what they can do together? We're too busy bickering about who made the most money and what stock did what.Who knows where this spaceship Earth is going.I know I'd rather go through it with everyone contributing. Q: So you have no party affiliation at all? A: No party affiliation.I really agree with some things from both sides.Everyone really wants the basic things.We want peace, we want education for our kids,healthy food,healthcare and we don't want to be out of work losing our homes.It's the same basic things,with the Democrats wantingWHITE HOUSE,from page 1 Family Medicine strives to care for you through all stages of life. Let our oce assist in managing the healthcare needs of your family.ADOLESCENT/ADULT MEDICINE. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, CHOLESTEROL AND DIABETES MANAGEMENT.WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM. MINOR SKIN SURGERIES. PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND PHYSICALS.WOMENS HEALTH. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PHYSICALS. IMMUNIZATIONS. CANCER SCREENING. LAB WORK AND XRAYS ON SITE. 813.712.5718Same Location. New Number!People & Family. Community & Health. 2100 VIABELLABOULEVARD| SUITE 102 | LAND OLAKES Same day & Saturday appointments are available and we accept most insurances. 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A: I'd say I'm kind of a moderate,but on a different vector.No more left versus right and I don't like to think of it as a linear scale.The answers might be above the normal scale and that might be why no one in Washington can see them.It's about involving the people and not using the same broken model.We have 300 million people in this country and 7 billion in the world,so what makes us think that 500 people in Washington have all the answers. Q: It seems like you want to take the focus off of the central government even though you're making a run at the White House. Is that correct? A: Right,and we can get all the local officials in on it.Mayors,county commissions, community leaders,like Rotary clubs.There are enough options at their fingertips,but they're just not aware of what they can do. Part of this campaign is about waking people up. Q: How would you empower those people? A: The big thing is listening to and working with those groups and local governments.I'm not saying I have all the answers.I'm coming in sharing how people have the answers out there in the community.I'm not even empowering them.I'm showing them they have power already and they need to use it. Tampa Bay could become the model for everybody else.People could say look what they did when they involved everyone.They eliminated poverty by helping those people to contribute to making us all better.Don't look down on them.I've been there.I've been to the food pantries.We had to go there for our food.It's not that people don't want to work,but they don't get enough to pay for their homes. Q: It seems like you see the answers as being with the people and not any politician, right? A: Absolutely.Understand the solutions are right there in front of your face.Stop making this about who can make the most money and who can get people to donate the most money.And don't wait for the next election.Start with the solutions on a local level now.You can't change Congress overnight,but you can do something at home.Maybe not in one night,but in a few weeks you can certainly make an impact.For more information on Keller's campaign,visit www.scottkellerforpresident.com.The pilot program is meant to study the usage and cost of such chargers in preparation for more lines of electric vehicles in the future. While the main focus of the project is creating alternative fuel sources,the program has a side benefit. "For every charging station there is the creation of three jobs,"said Jerry Campbell,a member of the Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission and also is a member of the county's Energy Management and Sustainability Committee. To learn about all the Green Hillsborough efforts,visit www.hillsboroughcounty.org/green/. created from shredded newspapers and a mixture of fertilizer,along with a green dye pack. The sprayed coating helps keep the seeds in place,so they won't be washed away through runoff when it rains,Flateau said.It also helps prevent birds from eating the seeds,he added. Some companies actually include the grass seed in the sprayed slurry,but this one prefers to spread the seed first and then spray the slurry in order to ensure better seed coverage,Flateau said. The seeded areas will be watered twice daily until the seeds germinate and the grass begins to grow,Flateau said. Ballantrae's CDD board in April approved spending $18,632 for the hydroseeding project,which involved spreading Argentine Bahai seed on roughly 2.5 acres of common areas and spraying the seed with a mulch slurry. Additionally,the board approved $5,779 to bring in watering trucks for up to 30 days to stimulate the growth of grass.The watering days may not be consecutive because it obviously would not be needed on rainy days,Flateau said. The alternative to the hydroseeding project was to pay $54,512 to have the area sodded with St.Augustine,Flateau said.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS July 20,2011 21 SPRAY,from page 1

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