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Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE SEPTEMBER 7,2011More bees may buzz in backyardsCounty may approve residential beekeepingBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Hillsborough County Commission took a step toward approving residential beekeeping. Commissioners voted to explore changing the county's land-use plan, which would allow people with homes on a quarter-acre of land or less to have up to two beehives.Those with additional land could have more. Gary Ranker,president of the Florida State Beekeepers Association,was pleased with the commissioners'decision. "I'm optimistic this whole process is looking forward to a resolution where people can put bees in their backyards Ten years later, area residents reflect on 9/11 anniversaryBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comAs the nation pauses to honor the 10th anniversary of the Sept.11 attacks,Rich Diehl will be in New York to honor the memory of his brother. The Land O'Lakes man was selected by lottery to be among about 200 people reading the names of those who died from the attacks on that fateful day. He and his wife,Eileen,will join Rich's brothers and their families as they gather to honor his late brother,Michael,and others who died in the worst attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Here are some recollections from the Diehls and other local residents who had a personal connection to the Sept.11 attacks.Rich and Eileen DiehlRich Diehl was on his way to work when an airliner plowed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m.on Sept. 11,2001. Diehl didn't know what the receptionist was talking about when he walked into his office in St.Petersburg and the receptionist told him his brother was OK. "I learned almost immediately thereafter that a plane had hit the World Trade Center," the Land O'Lakes man recalls. The family thought everything was fine because Rich's mom had talked to Michael and he had told her he was fine. That was before another airliner slammed into the South Tower at 9:03 a.m. Rich saw the second plane hit. "We were actually gathering in a meeting room and watching this all transpire on TV," said Rich,who was working at JSA Healthcare.Honoring the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in ZephyrhillsWhen: 2-9 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11What: An event to remember those who perished on Sept.11,to honor those who have served the nation as veterans and to recognize those who continue to serve the country as first responders,civil servants,law enforcement,clergy,elected officials and others who play an invaluable role in society.The keynote speaker for the event is state Rep.Will Weatherford.The event involves appearances by a number of local civic groups,musical performances,an invocation,a 21-gun salute,the Pledge of Allegiance led by an elementary school student,crafts,games,a free concert,free water while supplies last and much more.Those attending are encouraged to bring a chair or a blanket to sit on,to wear red,white and blue and to bring their friends. For more information contact event organizer M.J.Price at (813) 782-1500 x104 or mjprice@goinpostal.com.9-11 Gratitude RideWhen: Assembling at 8:45 a.m.in the Village Lakes Shopping Center on SR 54,just east of US 41 in Land O' Lakes. What:Motorcycle riders will salute the men and women of the community's local emergency services in a 20-mile run,with stops at three fire-and-rescue stations in Pasco County. The ride commemorates the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and is a way to demonstrate gratitude for the heroes of the community who put their lives on the line for the rest of society.Last year about 300 bikes participated in the Gratitude Ride's inaugural year.This year,organizers are expecting even more.After the ride,there will be a memorial BBQ catered by Hungry Harry's in Land O' Lakes and a ride-in bike show.Event T-shirts will be for sale before and at the event.All proceeds REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11See more 9/11 EVENTS,page2 Eileen (left) and Rich Diehl (Photos by B.C. Manion)Touched by tragedy By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLike most people in the United States, Sylla Hanger was devastated by what happened on Sept.11,2001. For the Lutz resident,it wasn't enough to send some supplies or money.She needed to get out and give back with all her skills to try and help the emergency workers around ground zero.Sylla decided to use her knowledge of massage and aromatherapy to help make working in the devastated area a little easier.She became a licensed massage therapist in 1979 and has been using essential oils for decades."In the early '80s I was making my own perfumes from oils at the health food stores,"Sylla said."I realized that there was more relaxation from the massage with a nice scented oil.I thought I'd invented something,but I found that aromatherapy was being taught in England." Sylla helped form the first aromatherapy organization in the United States,which eventually led to the creation of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).When 9/11 happened it was natural for her to give back using her expertise. "My friend Doug started a massage team called North Carolina Emergency Response Massage Team,or CERMT,"Sylla said."He was taking care of flood victims in Carolina before 9/11.I knew our skills could do some good.It actually came to me while I was doing a massage treatment and I knew we had to aromatize Manhattan.There was all that smoke in the air.I knew we had to get these oils there." Sylla and the team first went in November 2001 and returned during Christmas,Valentine's Day and St.Patrick's Day.The trips were one to two weeks long. Sylla said people sent her $10,000 worth of aromatherapy products for the first trip. Significantly more came for the last three9/11 brings out giving spirit in Lutz womanSee TRAGEDY,page2 See GIVING,page4 COMMUNITY EVENTS Call 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) Hillsborough County recently agreed to explore allowing residential beekeeping. (Photo courtesy of the Pasco County Extension)See BEES,page15

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As the day wore on,no one could get in touch with Michael.So,the Land O'Lakes couple packed up the car and headed to New York the next day. They didn't know whether Michael was dead or alive,Rich said. "We thought he might still be missing. We drove up there,then thinking that maybe he would be found hopefully found alive,"Rich said. "Our daughter contacted the Red Cross. At one point,they said they had heard of a Michael Diehl,"Eileen said. There was a Michael Diehl in a hospital on Staten Island,but it turned out that it wasn't their Michael. The couple was up in New York for about 10 days. Authorities found Michael's wallet and then some of his remains,said Rich,the oldest of the family's four brothers. There's still pain in his eyes as Rich thinks about his brother,who was married and had two children. "Michael and I were best friends,"said Rich,who frequently talked to his brother. "He was a great family man,"Rich said."He valued his relationship with his mother,his wife and kids and with us." Eileen said Michael once told her,"You're the sister I never had."Arthur "Fitz" Foster"I was working in New York at 55 Water Street,which as the crow flies,is about seven blocks from the World Trade Center,"recalls Arthur "Fitz"Foster. "I was a little late getting to work that morning.As I got out of the subway,everybody started looking up.We just saw debris just floating across.A lot of paper debris. Everyone was wondering,What happened?'" He walked to his office and was at his desk on the 27th floor of the building. "I had a window and looked toward where I saw the debris coming and I saw this big gash in the side of the North Tower. I noticed a lot of other people were at the windows,as well." Foster said he called his wife,who was at work in Long Island and asked if she'd heard about any problems at the World Trade Center.She told him she'd heard an airplane had crashed into one of the towers.Foster said he couldn't figure out how that could have happened on such a clear day.Then,when he looked out his window, he saw the blur of an airplane going by and it struck the South Tower. After the second plane hit,it became clear the country was under attack,Foster said.His office was evacuated. Foster and a colleague later went back to the building to find out whether to return to work. "Then we heard this "whooom"at ground level,we couldn't see anymore the World Trade Center.All we knew was that this big debris field was making its way toward us."We thought it was a bomb.It came down with such a force." He and a colleague put handkerchiefs over their faces and sought refuge beneath an elevated highway. "You could see nothing.So,we decided to keep walking north.Largely to get out of the debris field,and also to find out what was happening. "We saw people walking across the Brooklyn Bridge and I said,I'm not walking across the bridge.I don't know how I'm going to get transport (back home) from there or whether the bridge would get blown up.' "You just didn't know what was happening at all,"Foster said."We walked to the South Street Seaport." "We moved further north and when we reached Chinatown,we were able to get phone signal and I was able to call my wife." When they were in Chinatown,he said, they saw the second tower coming down. "I will never forget something like that.It was like in slow motion,but the whole thing,I guess,came down in maybe 30 seconds.It just pancaked all of the way down." Foster said one of his friends,who worked on the 84th floor of the first tower, was late to work that day sparing his life. Another friend,who occasionally worked in the building to help set up technology for conferences,happened to be there that day,setting up equipment for a conference at Windows on the World. That man,Wade B.Green,was never found.Jim ChalkerJim Chalker was working at a hotel about two miles of the World Trade Center at the time of the attacks. "I had just got done on my coffee break," said the 67-year-old,who now lives at Westbrooke Manor and Assisted Memory 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 2 Three Important Questions For Business Owners 1. Are your credit card transactions posting as quickly as possible? 2. Are your paying too much in merchant fees? 3. Is your credit card processor a local company like you?Free Loaner Equipment* Proprietary POS Cash Register www.vectertech.com terry@vectertech.com(888) 795-1280Vecter Technologies is a Registered Agent of RBS Citizens, N. 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There will be a brief service,a dedication of the trees and flag waving.The event is being presented by the GFWC LutzLand O' Lakes Woman's Club,the Lutz Patriots and Citizens for the Old Lutz School.Hillsborough County Communitywide 9/11 Ceremony of RemembranceWhen: 12:05 p.m.Friday,Sept.9 Where: Joe Chillura Courthouse Square,near the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and Pierce Street Hillsborough County,the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City,MacDill Air Force Base and the Veterans Council will honor the memory of those who perished in the Sept.11 attacks.The event will bring together members of the armed forces,as well as representatives of government,first responders and the public for a special ceremony. The community-wide commemoration will feature the laying of wreaths in memory of those who lost their lives,first responders,the armed forces and survivors.The wreaths will COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued on next page Continued from page 1 TRAGEDY,from page 1 Arthur "Fitz" Foster

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Support in Zephyrhills. He had heard the news about the first plane striking the North Tower and knew immediately that America was under attack. Right after the airplane hit,there was soot a couple of inches thick on the cars, Chalker said. "I went outside and I saw the second plane,"he said."You could see the second plane aim at the second building.You knew it was deliberate." Chalker said he didn't know what to do, but heard reports that the first responders needed dry clothing. "We got involved with that.We went to Kmart.We basically bought them out,"said Chalker,who still wears the now-faded Tshirt he got from the fire department for his help after the attacks. He recalled seeing people walking around,carrying fliers containing photos and descriptions of loved ones they were trying to find. "It was terrible,"Chalker said.Alyson StaninaAlyson Stanina,who now works at Westbrooke Manor and Assisted Memory Support in Zephyrhills,said she went to New York the summer after the attacks to work at a summer camp for children.The New Ground Day Camp was basically for children who lost a family member or witnessed the horror of the attacks, Stanina said. "There were a lot of kids that saw people jumping,unfortunately." She said psychiatrists and counselors worked with the children. The children drew pictures to express their feelings,Stanina said.While many of the children seemed to be coping well, some of the drawings were heartbreaking, Stanina said.She recalled one drawing,in particular.A child had drawn "a picture of daddy with wings."Melisa RodriguezMelisa Rodriguez was living in New Jersey on the day of the attacks.She shared her recollections in an email to The Laker/Lutz News. Rodriguez said her husband,who was in the New Jersey Army National Guard was deployed to help guard the Holland Tunnel. "At home,I had a feeling of dread,wondering if we would be bombed,if our water would be poisoned,or if a bioterrorism attack would occur,"Rodriguez writes. "Our towns were filled with people wondering about their loved ones who worked in Manhattan that they could not reach because cell phone service was so poor,"she recalls. Meanwhile,her father a battalion chief with a fire department in New Jersey returned home early from training exercises in Texas to help secure the area where search and rescue teams were working. "They (rescue teams) mostly recovered the poor souls who were either doing their jobs as business men or women,or doing their jobs as police officers and firefighters," she noted. "Soon after 9/11,we attended a memorial service at Battery Park,in which Christopher and Dana Reeve spoke and Ray Charles sang "America the Beautiful." "Our New Jersey towns started filling with makeshift memorials,as local commuters were discovered dead. "When I walk up a stairwell in an office building,I think of the firefighters who went up many,many stairwells,never to come back down. "I think of the people running from the buildings with soot covering their faces.I think of the monsignor who was killed by a falling body while performing the anointing of the sick to another dying soul."I think of the NYC skyline that will forever be altered.I think of Lisa Beamer,and her now 10-year-old child that never met his father."I think of all the heroes and their families. "I think of the troops and their families who are still sacrificing."And I think of the terrorists that are surely living amongst us,waiting to attack us again."I think of how patriotic our country was soon after 9/11,and how divided we are now."We will never be the same after 9/11."We should never forget this day and all those we lost."CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 3 be laid on a 14-foot-long steel beam from the World Trade Center.A design for a permanent memorial to house the beam will also be unveiled at this event.The U.S.Air Force will provide a fly-over and a multi-jurisdictional Honor Guard will surround the beam.Admiral Bill H.McRaven will speak at the event.Musical performances by area school children also are planned.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 4-7:30 p.m.on Saturday,Sept.10 Where: Islamic Community of Tampa, 5901 E.130th Ave.in Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace, has organized an event for families and children,which includes food,activities, including a special "Ribbons for Peace" project to spread the message of hope. Speakers and readers will address the need to move forward in the spirit of hope and peaceful understanding.9/11 Remembrance ReflectionWhen: Noon on Saturday,Sept.10 Where: 10100 Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr.St.N.,St.Petersburg The Florida Blood Services will host a remembrance ceremony,followed by a tour of its St.Petersburg facility.Blood donations will be accepted.Inaugural 9/11 Memorial 5K Run/Walk Held to Benefit Homes for Our TroopsWhen: 7:30 a.m.Sunday,Sept.11 Where: The race begins at Gulf Harbors Club House in New Port Richey,4610 Floramar Terrace,New Port Richey COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued on next page Continued from page 2 Jim Chalker Alyson Stanina Melisa Rodriguez cameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin 1817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.com new hours: monday 9-6 tuesday-friday 8:30-9 saturday 9-5 sunday noon-6 the absolute salon 813 948 7411 vacations are over; kids are back in school...finally time to focus on YOU!It's time for mom free cut and style*with any color, highlight, lowlight, perm or keratin service $35 value*through Sept. 30 with stylists Ashlee, Mike or Andrea new guests only now at cameo cleansing products50 minuteswedish massage $39.001 hourdeep tissue massage $59.00sunday onlycustom facials 50% off

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trips.During the second trip the group developed the name United Aromatherapy Effort (UAE),an official nonprofit group."We worked at the stations,at the chapel by ground zero,at the landfill on Staten Island and in the temporary morgues,"Sylla said."Mostly we did the chair massage,which is about 15 minutes long.It's mostly head, neck and shoulders and it's very relaxing.It leaves people very refreshed.Then we'd give them some product with them.Often it was sprays,lotions and breathing potions."They would also give the workers cotton swabs with oils on it to put in their respirator. "They loved that because the masks smelled horrible and it was hard to breath," Sylla said."A lot of them told us they wouldn't use them without the oils." Sylla and the team started adopting fire stations during the second trip.In total,UAE adopted 22 stations,which received oils,a diffuser and a vaporizer. "They couldn't get over that we came from out of town to help them,and paid our own way to do it,"Sylla said."It made them feel really good,which made us feel really good.A lot of them had survivor guilt and didn't want to relax after so many of their friends died.We told them to let us help.Let us help you because that's all the thanks we need." Sylla's daughter Nyssa Hanger,who was in high school at the time,went on two of the trips. "I didn't decide to go until my mom came home from her trip in November and said she was going back for Christmas," Nyssa said."I wasn't able to see it until years later,but my mother has instilled in me a deep drive for helping others.Seeing what she gained through helping,I wanted to go as well.I knew that there were many people hurting up there and it was consoling to know I might be able to help." Nyssa,who attended Gaither High her first two and then went to Blake High for its magnet program,was picked as one of the "20 Coolest Teens in America"by YM magazine in November 2002 because of her work after 9/11.Those trips also helped her decide to become a physical therapist. "Though I wasn't doing massage formally,I spent three weeks working side-by-side with other massage therapists and saw the amazing effects of loving touch,"Nyssa said. She then added,"Though Sept 11,2001 will be a day remembered as a national tragedy,I can say that it actually changed my life in a profound and surprisingly positive way." The experience has changed Sylla's life as well,and she still can't help but get emotional while recalling the trips. "I learned you can't care too much,"Sylla said,choked up with the memory."I had a lot of post-traumatic stress when I left because it felt so good to help that I wanted to keep going back.It's the greatest thing I've ever done,and when it was over it was like a hole in my life even though it cost me a fortune to do it. I wanted to do it again and again,and I knew that I could do it." Sylla and UAE also went up the Gulf Coast to help after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.Now the group is focusing on sending aromatherapy products to U.S.soldiers serving overseas in places like Afghanistan.Sylla also goes to the VA hospital in Tampa to give the massage therapy treatments to veterans. "We'll put the supplies where they're needed,"Sylla said."The best thing is if anyone has money to help with shipping.We have product,but not the money to ship it."813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 4 Register at www.911-5k.com by Sept.9 for $20 or register on race day for $25. This event is being sponsored by a national nonprofit organization to raise money to honor the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks and to help men and women who need specially adapted homes because of combat injuries since 9/11.Sept.11 Memorial EventWhen: 4 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Sims Park,at the intersection of Grand Boulevard and Circle Drive,in New Port Richey.A memorial service to honor the victims of the Sept.11 attacks meant to bring the people of Pasco County together to reflect on our nation's loss and remember the victims and their families.The event will feature prayer by local clergy,patriotic music by the Richey Concert Band and choral groups from local schools and a keynote address from retired Sgt.Major Steve Wilson.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 5:30-7:30 p.m.Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Straz Center for the Performing Arts,1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place,Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace,is presenting a tri-county ceremony featuring poetry readings,dramatic presentations and music,with an outdoor closing candle-lighting ceremony. Each participant is invited to bring a candle for the closing ceremony and a three-foot piece of ribbon to help weave the "Tapestry for Peace" as part of the event. COMMUNITY EVENTS Continued from page 3 GIVING,from page 1 To help UAE,visit unitedaromatherapy.org.From there people can find phone numbers and addresses if they want to donate money,supplies or their time and expertise in aromatherapy.People can also email unitedaromatherapy@gmail.com. Sylla Hanger displays one of two boards she has full of photos and patches from the 22 fire stations United Aromatherapy Effort adopted after 9/11. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 5 Making Strides launches campaign against breast cancer Making Strides Against Breast Cancer held its kickoff at AJAWiregrass on Aug. 24. Event Chair and emcee Paula O'Neil introduces cancer survivor Christine Sanchez to the group, who then explains how much Making Strides has meant to her in her battle against the disease. (Photos by Tony Masella of www.OurTownFLA.com) Erica McCarthy spoke at the kickoff party and encouraged the large crowd to get teams together and get ready for the massive "Makings Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk of Pasco County" to be held at The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel on Saturday, Oct. 22. To form a team, go to www.putonyourpinkbra.com/pasco. "Put on your pink bra" was the rally cry for supports of the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer campaign. Alocal walk is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 22. FREE Lisinopril* *All strengths included. Maximum of 30 days supply (30 tablets). Lisinopril-HCTZ combination products are excluded.Ask your Publix pharmacist or log on to publix.com/pharmacy for details. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. Call 813-909-2800.CIRCULATION: If you did not receive your paper, or to stop your paper, call 727-530-5521.NEWS DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE: Friday at noon. DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Contents copyright 2011 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written perm ission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser s.com EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne wspubs.com B.C. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Witer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATT MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS 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? FACIALS  MICRODERMABRASION GLYCOLIC PEELS  BODY WAXINGMANICURES  PEDICURES SHELLAC ACRYLIC GEL 813-995-9868 4034 LAND O'LAKES BLVD. LAND O'LAKES $10 offANYPEDICURE must present this coupon. Expires 10-5-11 CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT Come visit Tammy, Ani, Carmen & Diane at T’ani’s Spa(the “girls” from the former “Professionails”) free hand or foot parafin with this special "The Original"Real New York PizzaNew York Style Pizza & Real Italian Food... Made by Real Italians 813.909.49991905 Collier Parkway Lutz,FL 33549 www.originalpizzasuprema.com PERSONALPIZZA $5.99 10AM-3PM Additional toppings extra. Not combined with any other offer or coupon. Tax not included.Expires 09-30-11 Additional toppings extra. Not combined with any other offer or coupon. Tax not included.Expires 09-30-11 $9.99 $19.99 2 X-LARGE18" CHEESE PIZZAS1 X-LARGE18" CHEESE PIZZA

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Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA Y813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 6 SAVE 80% The Canadian Drugstore38176 Medical Center Ave. Zephyrhills between Florida Hospital & the old PublixIt's safe,it's simple and it makes sense Abilify 15mg30 tabs $67.43 Actos 30mg30 tabs $66.46 Advair 250mg60 doses $95.48 Aricept 5mg30 tabs $71.80 Celebrex 200mg30 tabs $51.74 Cialis 20mg20 tabs $99.07 Januvia 100mg30 tabs $95.72 Lavitra 20mg30 tabs $99.52 Lexapro 10mg 30 tabs $55.45 Lipitor 20mg30 tabs $62.16 Nexium 40mg30 tabs $59.95 Plavix 75mg30 tabs $57.05 Spiriva 18mg30 caps $66.06 Viagra 100mg20 tabs $96.06 UP TOOn Generic Medications! 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Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK FAITH & WORSHIP 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 more information,call (813) 9491751.Holy Trinity Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,20735 Leonard Road in Lutz. "We Remember"is the theme of the Sept.11 worship. 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. 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.Calvary BaptistCalvary Baptist Church,4724 Fox Ridge Blvd.in Wesley Chapel. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Church services at 10:30 a.m. For more information or a ride,contact Pastor John Reichard at (813) 300-7693. Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 7 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIt's a two-lane road that winds through the rural community,with only a few dim streetlights to help keep drivers on path and out of barns,horse fields and cow pastures. There are no bike paths or sidewalks and only a few turn lanes to make travel easier. Mix in an increased number of drivers looking to get to and from work while avoiding the congested Suncoast Parkway/Veterans Expressway and I-275,and the combination becomes perilous for those who frequent Gunn Highway in Odessa/Keystone. The Hillsborough County Planning Commission has been looking for ways to make Gunn safer for years and recently unveiled five options to make the country roadway a little less dangerous. The proposals were presented to the Keystone-Odessa Advisory Committee. Three of the options leave Gunn virtually untouched,while instead improving the streets that feed into the highway,such as Van Dyke and S.Mobley roads.All three do add sidewalks,curbs and bike and turn lanes,but keep Gunn as a two-lane street. Another proposal would widen the Suncoast/Veterans from four to six lanes, which would help with traffic flow and would likely make it a better option for those traveling through Hillsborough and Pasco counties,according to planning commission principal planner Pedro Parra. The final option is to leave the area as is. Many in attendance said they wanted to leave the roadway alone to avoid the headaches that come along with road construction.Many also feel a more developed roadway will take away from the rural nature of the community. "I kind of like the do-nothing approach," said Sam Prentice,who has lived in Keystone for 35 years."We like it rural;we want to keep it rural." Jim Swain,president of the Lake Keystone Property Owners Association,said that desire to "keep it rural"has been a big part of the association since its founding.He has in the past advocated to keep Gunn as it is,but has started to come around on the idea of updating the snake-like highway. "There are pressing problems up here," Swain said."You can't walk.There are no sidewalks.We have mobility issues.And with the county's thirst for development,you just get traffic,traffic and more traffic." Swain said frequent traffic accidents, many that include pedestrians and bicyclists,are what have begun to change his thinking on the matter.He said he wants the county to enforce slower speed limits as well. The planning commission is using the community's reaction to the options as a way to decide what to include in a larger plan for the area. "This plan in and of itself isn't going to solve problems,"Parra said."But you can use it as a tool." 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 8 Even after Labor Day, it still sizzles hereBy Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comAfter every drill in practice,Academy at the Lakes football coach John Castelamare lets his students go to "heaven"and immerse themselves in it. "Heaven"is the name for the 12 water fountains where players go for a respite from the grueling heat and demanding practices. Castelamare,who is in his second year coaching the private school's six-man team,tells his kids to do more than drink water.He tells them to wet everything. "Most of the time,you keep drinking water,it's not the greatest thing,"he said. "You wet yourself,wet your head,wet your shoulders.Just don't get my helmets wet." Spending time in,let alone practicing in the unforgiving Florida heat can be dangerous.Castelamare,who has been a coach for 40 years and coached at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009,knows it and advises his players accordingly.He had a nutritionist speak to the team who stressed the importance of being well-fed not just hydrated. Staying hydrated and well nourished,in addition to staying well rested,are a few of the steps people can take to protect themselves from Florida's infamous heat and humidy. Although the calendar has flipped to September and fall weather has started to take hold of northern states,it is just another summer month to Florida.The thermometer may creep down a couple of degrees during the day,but it's hardly autumnal weather. With schools back in session,this is the time when children can still work up a dripping sweat outside for fall sports or in physical education (PE) class. What makes children and adolescents that much more susceptible to the heat is the fact they may not be aware of the damage that can be done or of the symptoms that the heat is taking its toll. As effective as the buddy system is having athletes or kids and their peers pipe up if they notice something wrong a large burden of responsibility lies with the adults who are in supervisory roles. And at schools,that means teachers and coaches play the role. Sean Brock,supervisor of physical education for Pasco County schools,said general guidelines are sent at the beginning of each school year to every teacher who deals with outdoor activities.The guidelines include being aware of the heat, symptoms of heat illness and first-aid type procedures. Most of it,Brock said,is a common sense approach:frequent water breaks,limiting outdoor exposure during the hottest part of the day and taking advantage of covered shelters. As a former PE teacher and football coach,Steve Vanoer knows the perils of overdoing it in hot environments. Now the supervisor of PE and health of the Hillsborough County schools,Vanoer said teachers are urged to modify lesson plans if the heat seems overbearing. "If you're doing a track and field unit and it's 98 degrees and the humidity is high,then what you want to do is change that lesson plan or modify it so that students aren't engaging in an activity that is already strenuous and compounded by warm weather." He said teachers are well aware of the heat,because they are the ones that spend more time in it.Elementary school kids typically spend 20-30 minutes outside.Middle and high schoolers may be outdoors for 50 minutes.Teachers can be outside for up to seven hours. Most PE students won't necessarily suffer any serious heat-related injuries,but kids participating in after-school athletics run a greater risk.This is where the buddy system is especially effective. "The coaches have a lot of kids they have to watch,so they have to inform their athletes,"said Melanie Cole,an exercise physiologist and radio host on www.healthradio.net. Unfortunately,kids playing sports sometimes aren't as upfront about fatigue as they should be.There can be added pressure when kids are competing for playing time."If he's your star athlete,he's your star athlete but he needs to take a break too," Cole said. As more knowledge about the dangers of heat exertion sprouts up,there is more of a willingness to nip the problem in the bud.Michael Bergeron,director for the National Institute for Athletic Health and Performance at Sanford in South Dakota, said the risk of heat-related illnesses depends on the preparation of those out in the sun.Acclimating to the heat is a huge factor.He pointed out how a majority of heat-stroke deaths in sports occur early in the practice season. "Clearly,they're doing too much too soon,"Bergeron said."There's a lot of professionalization of youth sports these days. These kids are not professionals.There's no reason to work them that hard and push them like they're going to be professionals. "It doesn't mean you can't work hard, but you're not training Navy SEALs." This means not to have kids who spend a lot of time indoors over the summer go out the first day and play like they're in mid-season form. Another vital factor is the humidity. Florida heat isn't necessarily the same as Arizona heat for example. The high levels of humidity in Florida prevent efficient methods for the body to cool itself,including sweating.More humidity means there is more resistance to evaporation.So rather than sweat evaporating and cooling you,it just gathers. The worst condition a familiar scene for Floridians is a hot,sunny,still day with no breeze and high humidity. The Florida Office of Vital Statistics reported 24 deaths in the state during 2009 from exposure to excessive natural heat. According to natural hazard statistics from the National Weather Service,the United States averaged 115 heat-related deaths between 2001-2010. Things to watch for suggesting the heat is getting to someone is profuse sweating, muscle cramps,nausea and overall lowered physical performance.These are signs the person needs to stop,be taken to a shaded area and hydrated.More severe signs are lack of sweating and flush-red skin. "That's when it gets scary,"Cole said. "Their core temperature could be going up to 105 (degrees) or higher and if you don't get them cooled down,things that could start to happen are nerve damage and brain problems,organ failure." This doesn't mean kids aren't safe outside. "There is a lot of latitude that we give in essentially saying that healthy kids and adolescents can be safe,as long as the modifiable factors are modified,"Bergeron said."You don't want to push somebody to do something they're not ready for."More information on heat-related illnesses and symptoms can be found at www.healthradio.net,www.cdc.gov,or www.sanfordresearch.org.Florida's long,hot summer continues Participants keep cool at a soccer camp led by Eddie Oyakhilome, left, at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex. (File photo) PreK-High School  College/Adult OF TUTORINGwith this ad 1 FREE WEEK EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION FITNESS CONFIDENCE DISCIPLINE SELF-ESTEEM 813-973-9920www.premiergymnasticsclub.com $10 OFFFALLSESSIONAugust 22nd October 15thNot valid with any other offers. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 9 Land O'Lakes Branch Library --Baby Storytime,11:30 a.m.and 2:30 p.m. every Thursday --Toddler Storytime,10:15 a.m.and 10:45 a.m.every Friday --Preschool Storytime,11:30 a.m.every Friday --Anime Club,6 p.m.Sept.6 --Acrylics with Laurie,10 a.m.Sept.7,Sept. 28 --Pasco U-Leadership,1 p.m.Sept.8 --SCORE Starting a Home Business 101, 5:30 p.m.Sept.13 --Basic Computer Skills II,10 a.m.Sept.14 --Kids Crafts,2 p.m.Sept.17 --Teen Video Workshop,6 p.m.Sept.20 --Family Night Out,6:30 p.m.Sept.20 --Book Discussion Group,1 p.m.Sept.21 --Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Sept.27 The library is closed Sundays and Mondays and is located at 2818 Collier Parkway and can be reached at (813) 929-1214. Austin Davis Public Library --Toddler Time,10:30 a.m.every Wednesday --Storytime,11 a.m.every Wednesday --Baby Time,11 a.m.every Thursday --Book Discussion:The Help by Kathryn Stockett,1:30 p.m.Sept.6 --Master Gardener:Nine Steps to a Florida Friendly Garden,6:30 p.m.Sept.6 --Intro to the Library Catalog,6 p.m.Sept. 12 --Internet:Safe Browsing,6 p.m..Sept.19 --Art for the Ages,4 p.m.Sept.22 --eBooks,eReaders,and Digital Media,10:30 a.m.Sept.24 --Geneaolgy:Using Ancestry Library Edition, 6 p.m.Sept.26 The library is located at 17808 Wayne Road in Odessa and can be reached at (813) 2733652. Lutz Branch Library --Story Time,11:30 a.m.every Tuesday --Baby Time,10:15 a.m.every Thursday --Toddler Time,11 a.m.every Thursday --Teen Advisory Board,7 p.m.Sept.6 --Word I,2 p.m.Sept.12 --Master Gardener:Flowering Shrubs and Vines,6:30 p.m.Sept.12 --Gideon's Sword by Preston& Child,2 p.m. Sept.13 --Word II,2 p.m.Sept.19 --Lego My Library!,7 p.m.Sept.19 --Teen Book Club,7 p.m.Sept.20 --Word IIIParagraph Formatting,2 p.m. Sept.26 --Online Genealogy,2 p.m.Sept.28 The library is located at 101 Lutz-Lake Fern Road West and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.The Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library--Story Time,11 a.m.every Monday --Wee Artists,11:30 a.m.every Monday --Baby Time,10:15 and 11 a.m.every Tuesday --Toddler Time,10:15 and 11 a.m.every Wednesday --Deaf & Hearing Connection Telephone Distribution,10 a.m.every Tuesday --Work I:Introduction & Work II:Font and Page Formatting,6:15 a.m.Sept.6 --Teen Anime and Manga Club,5:30 p.m. Sept.8 --Lego My Library!,6 p.m.Sept.8 --Paws to Read!,10:30 a.m.Sept.10 --Book Club The Dogs of Babel by Carolyn Parkhurst,3 p.m.Sept.13 --Word III:Paragraph Formatting & Word: Advanced Formatting,6:15 p.m.Sept.13 --Master Gardener:Shade Gardening,7 p.m.Sept.13 --Art After School,4 p.m.Sept,14,21,and 28 --Carrie the Coupon Queen,the Benefits of Couponing w/Mrs.Dempsey,7 p.m.Sept.14 --Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Sept.15 --Excel 2010:Introduction & Formatting, 6:15 p.m.Sept.20 --Investing in Turbulent Times,7 p.m.Sept.21 --Excel 2010:Performing Calculations & Data Entry,6:15 pm.Sept.27 The library is located at 2902 W.Bearss Ave. and can be reached at (813) 273-3652. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 10 Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.comPRACTICE ACT/SAT TESTStudents have a chance to find out which college admissions test is better for them SAT or ACT at an event being held Saturday, Sept.10 in the cafeteria at Sunlake High, 3023 Sunlake Blvd.,in Land O'Lakes. The event begins at 9 a.m.and lasts until 1 p.m.and test-takers must bring a calculator and sharpened No.2 pencil. The practice test features a mixture of questions from both the SAT and ACT.After taking the test,the students will receive a detailed score report,with a side-by-side comparison of projected test scores. A follow-up will be held on Wednesday, Sept.28,where students can learn more about their strengths and weaknesses and can learn test-taking strategies to help them raise their scores.The sessions also include information about standardized testing and the college admissions process.Te follow-up session will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The cost to participate is $20.To sign up or for more information contact the Sunlake PTSA at sunlakeptsa@gmail.com.TEACHERS GET IN HISTORY MUSEUM FOR FREEThe Tampa Bay History Center,801 Old Water St.,in downtown Tampa is giving all Florida kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers free admission from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m.on Saturdays and Sundays through the month of September. Teachers must present valid school identification to gain free entry. For more information,visit www.tampabayhistorycenter.org or contact the History Center's Curator of Education,Julie Matus,at (813) 675-8981.HELPING OTHERSEd Morse Automotive Group recently collected new back-to-school supplies at four of its Tampa Bay-area dealerships to benefit children in need through the Hillsborough Education Foundation and the Pasco Education Foundation.PHCC PRESIDENT GAINS PRESTIGIOUS POSTKatherine M.Johnson,president of PascoHernando Community College,is the new chairwoman of The Florida College System Council of Presidents.The group is made up of all 28 institutions within the Florida College System.It works to resolve common issues,share resources,implement best practices and explore collaborative initiatives.The council also helps set system priorities and helps the state Department of Education to develop a strategic plan and establish budgeting priorities,among other things.LUTZ RESIDENTS WINS SCHOLARSHIPDevin Stubbs,of Lutz,has earned a $2,000 academic scholarship from the Alliance for Affordable Services.Stubbs indicated he would be attending Florida State University this fall.REGISTER NOW FOR OCTOBER ACT TESTRegistration is now open for the Saturday, Oct.22 ACT achievement test.Students who want to take that test must register before Friday,Sept.16,unless they want to pay a late fee.To register or get more information visit www.actstudent.org or pick up a registration form in the high school counseling office. 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So,here are some tips that Thornborrow offers to help avoid or reduce that stress: --Discuss and manage concerns.Give children a chance to voice their concerns about going back to school.Once they've shared those concerns,brainstorm solutions with them. --Discuss and visualize the positive aspects of the change.Have kids visualize the positive aspects of going to school,such as seeing old friends or meeting new ones;learning new subjects;taking field trips and so on. --Celebrate and honor the change.Parents can schedule a special event to help kids mentally prepare for the transition,such as a back to school party,a special family dinner or another celebration to help children to embrace the new school year.SCHOOLS CAN SEEK SALAD BARSFlorida schools that want to receive salad bars for their cafeterias can apply at www.saladbars2schools.org. Produce for Kids and Publix Super Markets are joining with Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools to support the donation of salad bars to schools in Alabama,Georgia, Florida,Tennessee and South Carolina. Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools is a public health initiative to donate salad bars to schools across the country in order to increase children's fruit and vegetable consumption and improve child nutrition. Schools can visit the Let's Move Salad Bars to Schools website at www.saladbars2schools.org to learn more and submit an application.All applications must be submitted online and have the approval of the school's foodservice director, superintendent and principal. An individual school can apply for one salad bar or a district can apply for the total number of salad bars needed.Schools recognized as HealthierUS Challenge Schools are given top priority.MACY'S CLASSROOM MAKEOVER CONTESTTime is running in a contest to win a $25,000 classroom makeover from Macy's. Teachers,parents and students age 13 and older can nominate a kindergarten through 12th-grade classroom.To enter,visit and "like"Facebook.com/macys and follow the instructions on the sweepstakes tab. Entries must be received by Saturday,Sept. 10.A winning classroom will be selected at random on or about Sept.30.WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HONOR STUDENTSMolly Elizabeth Reissmann of Lutz was named to the Dean's List for the spring 2011 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.Reissmann is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.To qualify for the honor,students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units.MOSI TO PRESENT NATIONAL HISPANIC SCIENTIST OF THE YEARThe Museum of Science and Industry will have a fundraiser gala to present its National Hispanic Scientist of the Year Award in October. The event will be at 7 p.m.on Saturday, Oct.22 at the museum,4801 E.Fowler Ave. Tickets will be $150 per couple and $80 per individual.Sponsorships are $10,000 for platinum; $5,000 for gold;and $2,500 for silver.MOSI, along with presenting sponsor Bright House Networks,has selected their National Hispanic Scientist of the Year,Cristian Samper, director of the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History. STIHL has you coveredwith protective apparel and accessories. THIS SEASON I WANT SOMETHINGRELIABLE STIHLusa.com Available at participating dealers while supplies last. 2011 STIHL$00000FS 45 TRIMMEREasy-to-use, well-balanced trimmer for homeowner use MS 170 CHAIN SAWDesigned for occasional wood-cutting tasks around the home Bar lengths may vary by region. Proven handheld blower at an affordable price BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER$00000 $00000 ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. Dale Mabry Lutz, FL33548(813) 949-1384 or (813) 949-3963 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am 5:30pm $179.95 $149.95 $159.95 PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY FLAT-RATE PRICING NO HIDDEN COSTS RECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & Tires Land O' Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Sunshine Youth Academy 21808 SR 54 First United Methodist Church6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.New Tampa Family YMCA16221 Compton Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Women's Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! R E D U C E E R E U S E E R E C Y C L E State-of-the-art Shredding Machine On-site or bring to us Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT Homeowners Businesses Commercial Renovations Roof Tear-Offs 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDING 813-996-55305710 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Paper made from recycled paper uses 70% less energyIn Loving MemoryTREVA COCKERHAM-02/19/23-09/01/11Born in Nebraska but grew up in Anderson, Indiana. She received her bachelors degree at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY., masters degree at Butler University in Indianapolis. She lived in Lutz, with Russell Cockerham, her husband of 65 years. She taught music at the historic Lutz Elementary School, then at Belle Witter in Tampa for many years. As an accomplished pianist, she played at first Baptist church in Lutz. Treva was a mentor that touched and inspired many lives. A true hero and perfect example of a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and Christian. She will truly be missed by her husband, Russell Cockerham Son, Jerry & Dot Cockerham of Murphy, NC. Daughter, Gloria & Ronnie Efird of Deland, FL. Grandchildren, Michael McBeth, Tracey Devonne Tousley, Jameson Delitta, Adam & Andrea Shefferman and many Great grandchildren. Her sister Donna France, and brother, Kenneth McCreary. She was proceded in death by her precious daughter, Janalee McBeth and grandson Augustus Shefferman.In lieu of flowers give to preservation of historic Lutz Elementary School house, or Hospice.

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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 September 7,2011 11 SHERIFF NOCCO SPEAKSSheriff Chris Nocco will be speaking to the Rotary Club of Land O'Lakes on Monday, Sept.12 at noon.Central Pasco residents are encouraged to attend and listen to Sheriff Nocco discuss his vision of the future and Pasco County.The lunch presentation will be held at noon at Hungry Harry's Lakehouse at 3116 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For more information,contact Randy Gailit at (813) 918-3027 or at randy@gailit.com.GREEN AFTER DARKThe Odessa Organic Market will feature "green"vendors,live music and more at its Green After Dark event on Saturday,Sept.17 from 5-9 p.m.A portion of the proceeds will go to "Lifting up Kai,"to support a local child facing leukemia.The market is located at 8701 Gunn Highway.For more information,call John Ciani at (813) 9448654 or email odessaorganic@gmail.com.BENEDICTINE SISTERS GOLF EVENTThe 2011 golf tournament to support the Benedictine Sisters of Florida will be on Friday,Sept.30 starting at 1 p.m.at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel.A lunch will precede the event at 11:30 a.m., with awards following at 5:30 p.m.The day also includes putting contests and other prizes.Sponsorships are available.The event benefits the Benedictine Sisters of the Holy Name Monastery in Saint Leo.For information and registration,call Faith Pridmore at (352) 588-8320.FASHION'S NIGHT OUTThe Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel will be hosting Fashion's Night Out on Thursday,Sept.8 from 6-9 p.m.The Shops at Wiregrass ultimate fashion competition, Project Style,draws to a close as five finalists compete for a chance to be named the Wiregrass Top Trendsetter for 2011.One grand-prize winner will be selected and awarded a $1,000 Shops at the Wiregrass shopping spree.Guests will also have the opportunity to receive free samples,store discounts,win door prizes and one winner will receive a wardrobe makeover.For more information,visit www.theshopsatwiregrass.com, www.fashionsnightout.com or call (813) 994-4010.CLAY SHOOTINGThe Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is holding its second annual Clay Shooting Event on Saturday,Sept.10.The cost is $90 to register and includes lunch;separate lunch tickets are available for $10. Registration is at 8 a.m.and the event starts at 9 a.m.Awards will be presented at lunch for the first place team,second place team, highest lady shooter,highest male shooter and the worst team.The contest will take place at 10514 Ehren Cutoff,Land O'Lakes. Tickets are available at the chamber office at 2810 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For more information,call the chamber at (813) 9092722.LOOK GOOD FEEL BETTERThe Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will hold its Look Good Feel Better Support Group on Wednesday,Sept.14 at 3:30 p.m. The group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 3:30-5:30 p.m.The meetings take place at the Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope's Spring Hill Center located at 10441 Quality Drive,Suite 203,in the Medical Arts Building next to Spring Hill Hospital.For more information,call Peggy Beckett,support group facilitator,at (352) 688-7744.UNITED WAY KICKOFFThe United Way of Pasco County kicks off the 2011 Campaign at a breakfast event on Thursday,Sept.8 from 8-9:30 a.m.at the F.O.P.Pasco County Sheriff's Lodge located at 21705 YMCA Camp Road in Land O'Lakes.Breakfast will be available from 8 to 8:30 a.m.,after which the meeting will begin.Tickets to attend will be $10 and reservations are requested by emailing kwright@unitedwaypasco.org.REALTORS' WORLD RECORDThe East Pasco Association of Realtors is participating with realtors across Florida to set the record for largest business lesson with multiple venues.The topic is on Realtor Safety and Security and is kicking off Realtor Safety Month.The community is invited to participate because the course provides the education,tools and resources necessary to create safe workplace environments while instilling awareness and empowerment in individuals.The event is free to attend and will be held at Alice Hall in Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills on Friday, Sept.9 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.LARRY CROSBY GOLF TOURNEYThe second annual Larry Crosby Memorial Golf Tournament is on Saturday,Sept.10.The four-person scramble tees off at 1 p.m.,with registration starting at noon.The tournament takes place at the Silverado Golf and Country Club at 36841 Clubhouse Drive in Zephyrhills.The cost is $50 per person. Proceeds will benefit the Larry Crosby Fund which provides financial assistance to families of children and youth who cannot afford the costs associated with attending church camps,going on mission trips,and attending retreats.For more information or to register,please contact Jerry Tadlock at (813) 782-5645 or youth.fumc@verizon.net.TAMPA BOAT SHOWThe 46th annual Tampa Boat Show will be this weekend,Sept.9-11.It's a chance for on-the-water enthusiasts to view,board and shop bargains on hundreds of the newest boats and marine accessories.The boat show also offers educational attractions for boaters of all ages and experience levels, including appearances by the Harris brothers from the show,Deadliest Catch. The show runs Friday,Sept.9 and Saturday, Sept.10 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.On Sunday, Sept.11,it will go from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.It will be held at the Tampa Convention Center on 333 South Franklin St.Tickets are $10 for adults (16 and older) and free for kids 15 and under.All military personnel,EMTs,fire fighters and police get in free on Sept.11 with valid IDs.For more information,call 954-441-3227 or visit tampaboatshow.com.WELCOME SOCIALThe Woman's Club of Zephyrhills will be having a welcome social on Friday,September 9 from 1-3 p.m.at the Clubhouse,38549 Fifth Avenue.Any woman who is interested in enjoying fellowship through community service and social activities is invited to attend.Lunch will be served.No experience is necessary just a willingness to make new friends while helping the community.Contact Linda at (813) 377-9816 or Janet at (813) 9071716 for more information. BOWLING FOR BIRDSPreferred Referrals Networking Inc.,a nonprofit organization,is sponsoring Bowling for Birds on Sunday,Sept.25 from 2-5 p.m.at Royal Lanes Bowling Alley in Lutz.The event is a fundraiser for The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary, which was established as a solution for pet birds that are unadoptable,abused or were released by owners.The goal of the group is to build large flight aviaries where birds can interact with their own kind,fly and just be a bird. The group is looking for interested bowlers and businesses for lane sponsorships.The cost per bowler is $20,which includes three games,shoes and a $10 food and beverage voucher per team.All profits will go to The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary.Event chairwoman Les Saland said the goal is to raise $1,000 at the event.To sign up or for more information,call Saland at (813) 995-0292.For more information on the sanctuary,visit www.flabirdsanctuary.com. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 12 Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports Sheriff says league growth also on the horizonBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco Police Athletic League (PPAL) explored a merger with a larger organization this year,but Sheriff Chris Nocco made it clear any possibility is off the table. "The Pasco Sheriff's Office Police Athletic League is going to stay intact," Nocco said."We're not going to merge with any other league and from this point forward we're going to try and expand even bigger." Nocco cited adding a team in the Wiregrass/Wesley Chapel area.Then in a few years PPAL might include other sports for the first time in the league's 38-year-history. "When times get better and we have the opportunity,we would like to go to another sport,"Nocco said."Maybe it's basketball, maybe it's baseball and softball,but we want to expand this opportunity for our kids." Talk of a merger started in the spring. Right around that time,the Wesley Chapel Bulls and West Hernando Cougars,which had been part of PPAL,joined the Mid Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference.In addition,several adult leaders from the Dade City Pirates split off to form a program with the same name that now plays in Mid Florida. Despite the small setback,league executive director Tim Couet is confident about the future of the Pirates. "That program has a lot of community support and backing from businesses in the area,"Couet said."That's an area that can really use a league like PPAL and we're excited about offering it to those kids." Couet said the league has received approval from the county to build a secondary football field at the Pirates home at Stanley Park. Merger talks involved making sure the league would continue in some form while also giving kids the chance to play in regional and state championships within Mid Florida. "The overwhelming desire of the parents to keep the league local killed those talks,"Couet said."The parents, coaches and league directors wanted to keep things local." That idea of keeping teams local has been a major emphasis for PPAL for years.When Lutz Chiefs moved from PPAL to the Tampa Bay Youth Football League (TBYFL) in 2010,it dropped the number of PPAL teams to nine.Couet said the league looked at adding a team from Clearwater to give them an even 10 clubs,but decided against it because of the distance.Travel would have been even greater with Mid Florida."It goes back to community," Nocco said."The fact that our parents would have to travel 30 miles,50 miles,maybe even two-hour trips outside of Pasco County.People want to stay within the county." Couet said PPAL also wanted to maintain its very strict background checks,something Mid Florida could not provide. "We probably have one of the highest standards for background checks for coaches and for anyone who participates in the league adult-wise because we want our children to be safe,"Nocco said."So there were some other leagues that we explored,but they did not have the higher standards that we do." As the sheriff, Nocco sees a connection with sports and keeping kids away from trouble. "From our standpoint there's no better way to do crime prevention than to get these kids early and give them a skill,learn about teamwork,learn about competition and learn just how to succeed in life,"Nocco said. Nocco also has a special connection to football.He was an offensive lineman in high school and played left tackle for the University of Delaware.While at the Division I program,he was one of the biggest members of the Blue Hens at 6-foot-4,270 pounds. Nocco,who was an academic AllAmerican in college,said he learned about hard work and coming together as a team while at Delaware.Couet said it is "huge"for PPAL to have a sheriff with experience in football. Nocco has fond memories playing football at Delaware that is except for one game in 1997 against Marshall University.He said he gave up at least three sacks in the contest while a redshirt junior. "And it may have been more,"Nocco said with a laugh."The Marshall game was really bad." The competition on the Marshall squad was tough,including long-time NFL players Randy Moss and Chad Pennington. "That team was loaded,"Nocco said. Nocco attended PPAL's annual preseason jamboree and plans to make it out to several more games this year to offer more support to the clubs. PPAL now has seven teams,which include the Land O'Lakes Gators,Zephyrhills Bulldogs,New Port Richey Buccaneers, Crews Lake Cowboys,Hudson Cobras, Trinity Mustangs and the Pirates.Couet said the group has about 1,200 football players and cheerleaders ages 5-14.Couet said the sheriff's office contributes about $5,000 a year to the league. The PPAL Super Bowl will be in Hudson on Nov.19.For more information on the league,visit www.pascopal.org.PPAL remains intact Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco, who played football at the University of Delaware, said PPALis no longer exploring any merger possibilities. (Photos courtesy of Nocco) Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco played left tackle while at the University of Delaware and wore No. 72. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comMost cross country teams that lose their top three runners expect to take a step back,but the Steinbrenner boys are not like most teams. Last year,the Warriors won the Class 2ADistrict 5 championship and finished as the state runner-up in the program's second season. "Right after the season we had an award ceremony in the gym and we left with a goal from that night one better,"said second-year Steinbrenner coach Bobby McConnell,who coached at Gaither in 2009 following eight years at Leto."The goal for this year is to win state and I think we're right in the conversation.I think we have a shot because of what the kids have done this summer." The squad lost team-captains Alex Newby and twin brothers Matt and Dan Sarver to graduation.All three runners consistently finished 5-kilometer courses in less than 17 minutes. "There's been a rumor that we're rebuilding,but we're basically reloading,"said junior Zach Lima."We're expecting to do well at state.I think we've had a great summer.We have eight really great runners and I think we can win state.That's my goal." Zach,whose personal record (PR) is 16:38,is one of the Warriors'current captains along with twin brother Tyler. "We got second,so we tasted what it's like to be on the podium,but we want to take that next step up,"said Tyler,whose PR is 16:35."This summer there was more getting up early every morning and working harder." Rounding out the captain spots this year is junior Chris Cerreta,who has that same confidence as the Lima twins. "Coming off my freshman year we didn't do as much running,"Cerreta said."Last year we did a lot more,and I feel a lot stronger now than a year ago." A lot of the confidence comes from a more difficult training regimen this summer. "This year our coaches have preached to us if you want to win,you have to do the uncommon,"Zach said."We've had a lot of guys out there doing uncommon things and giving it their all.I think it speaks to what our program can be to have 15 kids out there all summer in the heat." Zach said some of those workouts stressed running as a team to build camaraderie.It also included running to meet specific times on certain days,going on 10mile runs on others and also mixing in more workouts to build strength. Tyler said every one of the runners bought into the increased workload during the summer,with at least 15 of them logging more than 500 miles. "Last year we couldn't do the things we're doing right now,"Tyler said."We're pushing that up and we're also making sure we come back together as a team.We lost a lot of seniors,so we want to make sure we're a tight team." McConnell gives all the credit for the summer program to his new captains."I thought we had three solid captains last year,"McConnell said."I think what we have with these captains is a little bit different style.The other guys were very hard workers,but these guys are all about the running and getting the whole team better. They got the team training this summer, and that's a big part of being a good captain."One challenge for the Warriors is adjusting to a new district and classification 3A-8 with schools like Gaither,Sickles and Chamberlain. "Last year we were a large-population school in 2A because of where they put us," Zach said."Now we're running with schools that are just as big as us.It adds to the pressure,but we want to run against the best competition in the state." The pressure also comes with expectations from the squad's state runner-up performance last year. "It's really exciting,and it puts a positive type of pressure on you,"Cerreta said. "You're expected to do well,and it gives you more of a competitive edge.You want to give your school more of a name." McConnell relishes that opportunity to make Steinbrenner a place known for its runners. "It's been a real joy and I'm happy for the opportunity,"McConnell said."Coming in I knew the team had a chance to be very good.We probably exceeded my expectations last year.We're going into it with a totally different attitude this year.I really think this team has the potential to compete for state.We have a great group and that really makes it rewarding." The Warriors'first race is on Friday,Sept. 9 at Ed Radice Park in Odessa.Warriors not satisfied as state runner-up

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Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 ODESSAOpen Market OpenMarketcontact John Ciani8701 Gunn Hwy € 813-944-8654south end of Village Shopping Centerodessaorganic@gmail.com Open Market OpenMarket Open MarketFARMERS MARKET Over 20 Vendors, Live Entertainment & A BEER VENDORSUNDAYSeptember 11th 10am-3pm CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 13 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner volleyball team gave Plant a serious scare on Sept.1,but the fivetime defending state champion survived against the host Warriors 25-17,18-25,12-25, 25-21,15-12. "It was right there in our hands,"said Steinbrenner coach Jennifer Graham."We had a game plan all along and I think we played well.I had nothing really to say at the end to them except if you're not upset then you're not an athlete because that was a hard fought match between two good teams." Steinbrenner (1-1) had played Plant (2-0) three times in the last two years,all straightset victories for the Panthers.However,a pre-season scrimmage between the two squads showed the Warriors they could play with the Panthers. "We beat them in a scrimmage this summer,and I think that's what took the fear away for us coming in,"Graham said."The last two years we've come in scared.We weren't scared.We came in with confidence and we showed them that we meant business." The start of the first set was fairly even between the two squads,with Plant having a slim 10-9 lead.Then the Panthers scored nine of the next 10 points to stretch the advantage out for good. Steinbrenner appeared to be a different team from the start of the second set through the third.The Warriors took early leads they never gave up in those sets,but Graham said they didn't change much after the first. "Things just started to click,"Graham said."I think they might have needed a little warm-up to feel out their blockers and the speed." The Warriors were bothered by illegal rotation calls in the contest.They were called for six in the match,including two in the final set. Two Warriors set single-match records for the third-year program in the contest.Senior outside and right side hitter Miranda Powell's 20 kills are the most for any Warrior in a match,as were sophomore setter Casey McLean's 48 assists.Senior libero Cary Anne Bame posted 20 digs in the match,while junior outside and middle hitter Madison Seuzeneau had 18 kills. The Warriors play at Sickles on Wednesday,Sept.7 after the junior varsity (JV) match.They will play their first Class 7A-District 9 contest on Thursday,Sept.8 at home against Wiregrass Ranch after JV plays. All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Plant outlasts Steinbrenner in five sets Steinbrenner senior Miranda Powell (No. 9) celebrates after posting one of her programrecord 20 kills against Plant on Sept. 1. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Setter Casey McLean set a Steinbrenner record with 48 assists in the Warriors'fiveset match against the Panthers. Steinbrenner libero Cary Anne Bame posted 20 digs against Plant on Sept. 1. Steinbrenner volleyball coach Jennifer Graham, right, speaks with her junior varsity coach Nell McMurtry before the Warriors' varsity match against Plant on Sept. 1. By Kyle LoJaconoSports EditorThe Sunlake football team had no trouble handling an undersized Hudson squad,defeating the Cobras 48-0 at home in the Seahawks'season opener on Sept.2. Senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz went 8-for-8 passing with 215 yards and four touchdowns in the first half,including two scoring strikes each to Rashaud Daniels and Jamal Jones. Stoltz,who also added a rushing touchdown,was rested in the second half. The Seahawks (1-0) had 371 yards of total offense, including Daniels and Jones adding 122 and 83 receiving yards respectively. Running back Jerome Samuels had nine carries for 85 yards and one touchdown. Sunlake had little trouble in shutting out Hudson (0-1),holding the Cobras to just 39 yards of offense. The Seahawks travel to Wiregrass Ranch (0-1) on Friday,Sept.9 at 7:30 p.m. Seahawks fullback Jerome Samuels powers through the Cobras defense for a 32-yard touchdown. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com)Sunlake slams Hudson 48-0 Sunlake senior wide receiver Jamal Jones looks in one of his two touchdown catches.

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POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? Lutz Patriots Still Need Your Help . I Want To Help The Lutz Patriots Ship Packages to Our Troops Overseas $10 Donation $25 Donation Please make checks payable to:U.S.Post MasterMail to:Lutz Patriots P.O.Box 1115 Lutz,FL 33549100% of your donation goes to support the troops. $50 Donation $100 Donation The Land O'Lakes Lightning swim team has agreed to help run the public pool in central Pasco County. The club currently has more than 150 swimmers. (File photos)Lightning strike deal to run public facilityBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco County Commission has reached an agreement with the Land O' Lakes Lightning swimming club to keep the public pool at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex open. Commissioners and the county's Parks and Recreation Department director Rick Buckman had all but decided to close the pool,along with another facility in Hudson, to help meet the county budget for the next fiscal year. However,the Lightning reached a deal to take over much of the operating costs of the pool,pledging about $100,000 per year. "That's about what it takes to run a pool,"said club president Brett Ewald. "That's a workable amount.We haven't raised fees for our team and I know from doing this for more than a year we can handle that.I would stress that you need a team of this size to take on something like this.A 150-kid team does generate enough revenue to operate a pool.You need a big group." Ewald said the 16-year-old club has swimmers from Land O'Lakes,Lutz,Odessa and as far east as Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills. Ewald didn't want to see budget concerns drain away an opportunity for young swimmers,as well as those just looking to cool off. "It started out as a way to keep it opened for our swim team and for the two high school teams that use it,"Ewald said."It's pretty important for all the neighborhoods around there to have the pool running.I'd hate to have seen it just disappear." The deal allows both Sunlake and Land O'Lakes high schools to continue using the facility for practices and home swimming meets. Buckman said public use will also remain,but with an increase in admission costs from $2 to $3 for children and from $3 to $4 for adults per day.He added operating hours will likely be cut slightly."We'll be doing the lessons now instead of the county,but other than that everything else stays intact," Ewald said."We will be handling the maintenance, water quality and repairs to the pool less than $2,500."The county will handle any repairs that cost more than $2,500.The commission narrowly agreed to keep the Hudson pool open by a 3-2 vote, but there is no similar organization that has stepped forward to run the west Pasco site.The parks department has already had to close two county pools in the last year,one in New Port Richey and the other,the Hercules Aquatic Center,in Zephyrhills. The Zephyrhills Police Athletic League (ZPAL) agreed to run the east Pasco facility, but the county reversed that deal after the organization racked up thousands of dollars in debt. Ewald said he has seen what the operating costs are and,along with funding from the county,will be able to keep the Land O' Lakes pool open without the issues that arose in Zephyrhills. Buckman said he is confident about the deal with the Lightning. and have a real nice hobby and also do something good for the county,"Ranker said.Commissioners did say some measures would need to be added to the land-use change to make sure neighbors,especially those with young children,are safe from bees.Jerry Hayes,chief of the apiary section of the Florida Department of Agriculture,said having more beekeepers could be a positive thing not only for those who crave honey, but also for the environment. "Beekeepers raise European honeybees, not the more aggressive Africanized bees," Hayes said. Hayes explained European bees which can have as many as 60,000 insects per hive were domesticated hundreds of years ago,a process that breeds a very docile animal that produces a lot of honey. District 2 Commissioner Victor Crist, who represents Lutz and much of northern Hillsborough,was especially concerned with how close the hives could be to neighbors. "What if someone sprays the hive with something,"Crist said."What could happen?" Crist said he would like beekeeping to be limited to people who have at least 20,000 square feet of land,with the hives near the center to limit contact with other people.He also wants people in neighboring properties to be notified when bees are being kept near them. Beekeeping proponents disagree with Crist's proposal. "Sizing the lot at 20,000 square feet would basically knock it out of most residential areas,"said association member Becky Weliczko. Commissioners agreed to force those keeping bees in residential areas to register with the state and have their hives inspected,that is if they approve the land-use change.They would also have to keep beehives 25 feet from property lines,or just 10 feet if there is a 6-foot-high fence or hedge around the lot. In neighboring Pasco,beekeeping can only be done in areas zoned for agriculture, according to county Extension Agnet BJ Jarvis.Ordinancies may change based on city governments. Hayes said many people incorrectly believe all bees are overly aggressive,but only the Africanized variety have earned the nickname "killer bees." "Africanized bees originally lived in a portion of south Africa that had a lot of predators and other bugs that competed with them for food,"Hayes said."Because of that,they are very,very aggressive." Africanized bees also produce much less honey because the colony eats more of the product to fuel their fast metabolism and aggressive behavior. Africanized bees were first brought to South America in 1957 and later came to Florida via boats with fruit shipments,according to Hayes.The more aggressive variety,along with other environmental pressures,has effectively wiped out wild European bees. "Having more people keeping European honeybees will give the Africanized bees competition,and that could keep their population in check,"Hayes said."Also,if European drones (male bees) mate with queens from African hives,that could make them less aggressive.That might help bring some balance back and help pollinate natural and cultivated plants." Hayes said the number of beekeepers in the state has increased from 600 to 2,100 during the last five years,which produce 17 million pounds of honey annually. County planners are asking for suggestions at a public hearing on Sept.15.The commissioners would make a final vote at a Nov.3 meeting. Those interested in learning how to start their own beehives can find information on the Tampa Bay Beekeepers Association's website,www.tampabaybeekeepers.com. Additional information is available at the state's agriculture department's website at www.freshfromflorida.com. Holloway's Farm Supply,3030 US 41 in Land O'Lakes,also has supplies to help people start beekeeping,as well as information for the novice honey enthusasit.For more information,call (813) 949-6809. BEES,from page 1CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 15 Swimming team saves Land O'Lakes pool"We've learned a lot since what happened in Zephyrhills,"Buckman said."We saw what happened there,and we're going to do everything we can to make sure this is successful.Plus the Lightning are in a much better situation than ZPAL was a year ago." For more information on the Lightning, visit www.lollightning.org.

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Please bring business cards, brochures & ideas to share COPPERSTONE EXECUTIVE SUITES & OFFICE SPACE3632 L a n d OL a kes Blv d € L a n d OL a kes,FL 34639 Proceeds to benefit Gratitude Ride 2011 (Pasco County Fire Department) and Betsy Altshuler's Peanut Butter Drive (feeding hungry children) Foo d / A du lt Bever ag es / Entert a inment / Prizes / (50/50) MOST VIEWED WEBSITE! YouthSportsSchoolsChambersCommuni tyCalendarPhotosDoes your business target local families? Most Popular Websites in Pasco2010 Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce Media Company of the Yearwww. OurTownFLA .com2010 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Land O'Lakes / Connerton / Oakstead / Lutz / Trinity / Western Pasco Wesley Chapel / Meadow Pointe / Zephyrhills / San Antonio / Dade City Proudly shooting neighborhood faces for the Laker for the past 10 years Most Popular Websites in PascoJUST$99.95 /mo(and up)gets your business on our websites For more information call 813-996-2900Tony@OurTownFLA.com Check us out on facebook.com/OurTownFLA The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSPh: 813.909.2800  Fax: 813.909.2802 1930 Land O’Lakes Blvd.  Lutz, FL33549Whether it's business, politics, area happenings or sports, you can count on us for all the latest local news. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 17 PLAN YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH USYou supply the kids and the cake, and we will do the rest. We can provide the entertainment, drinks, food and fun. We even clean up. For availability and pricing, give us a call at 813.948.5444 P L BIRT HD Y ou su p an W e can drinks, f o o F or ava i a c DATE NIGHT? DINNER DATE? MOVIE DATE? ALL UNDER ONE ROOF AT THE GROVE CINBISTROMust be 21 or over to drink alcohol and enjoy the CinBistro in-theatre experience. Please arrive 30 minutes before showtime. 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Near I-75 & SR54 | 813.948.5444www.CobbTheatres.com | www.CobbCineBistro.comGROVE 16 & SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT Youth tennis clinics availableSunlake girls tennis coach Karen Turman will lead clinics for children ages 5-17 at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway.The four-week sessions start Sept.12 and run through December.The cost is $36 per session.Extra rackets are available.Those interested only need to show up at the appropriate session for their age group with the fee. Days and times include: Mondays for ages 5-7 from 4:45-5:30 p.m. Mondays for ages 8-12 from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays for ages 8-12 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Tuesday for ages 13-17 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.C&G Bulls basketball tryoutsThe C&G Bulls competitive travel basketball team based in Land O' Lakes is having tryouts for the upcoming season.Spots are open on the boys fourth through 11th-grade teams and on the girls seventh through 11thgrade squads.For more information or to set up a tryout,call (813) 957-0929 or email candgbulls@yahoo.com.CPUSA seeks new soccer playersCPUSA,a competitive soccer program based in Land O' Lakes,is looking for players to fill out its boys and girls squads.Spots are open on the U14,U12 and U11 boys teams,as well as the U17 and U14 girls squads.The next season begins in October.Those interested should call coach Ed Costa at (813) 927-6824 or email him at eddy_costa@hotmail.com.All results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.Josh Reilly makes Bulls' squadJosh Reilly,a 2011 graduate of Wiregrass Ranch High,made the University of South Florida (USF) men's cross country team,according to his high school coach Chris Loth. Reilly helped Wiregrass Ranch win district and regional titles last year.He was the individual district champion,took third at regionals and finished 44th in the Class 3A state meet in 16:44.35. "Josh took on the role of team captain for two years and helped lead the team to three consecutive top-10 finishes at the state meet," Loth said."I'm sure he's more proud of that than any of his individual accomplishments." Reilly also excelled on the Wiregrass Ranch track and field team as a distance runner.He won the individual district title for the one-mile run as a senior. Reilly was named the All-Laker/All-Lutz News and the Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC) Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year as a senior.He also made the SAC AllAcademic team as a senior with a grade point average of 4.50. Wiregrass Ranch graduate Josh Reilly made the cross country team at USF. (File photo)

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Lenny Solt runs his Land O' Lakes business, Image Painting of Florida, with a core value that he never compromises: "Do what you say you're going to do." "I believe this business philosophy is why we have continued to grow our company during the economic slowdown of the past few years," said Solt. "We've had absolutely record years in 2009, 2010 and now 2011. In fact, we're 50 percent larger today than we were in 2006." Such growth is an amazing accomplishment for a company that works in construction, an industry that has seen many contractors go out of business since the housing bust began in 2008. "We have not laid off a single person since we started our business in 2004," said Solt, whose company operates five crews. "Almost all of our people have been with us five years or longer and we are skilled tradesmen." Working closely with Solt is general manager, Greg Coles, who sees that all employees and paint crews adhere to the company motto of doing what they promise. "We always arrive at appointments on time and follow up with our customers as promised," said Solt. "We stay on a job until it is completed and our quality control sees that every job is done as specified, on time and on budget. We want happy customers." Solt founded Image Painting in 2004 when the housing boom was going strong. Initially Image Painting worked with national builders painting new houses inside and out. The company soon expanded into commercial work for private industry and public institutions, including the Polk County School Board and the Tampa Port Authority, where the company recently painted the terminal for Carnival Cruise Lines. Solt added residential painting services this past year, targeting homes built in the past five to 10 years in the subdivisions along SR 54, US 41 and Bruce B Downs in Land O' Lakes, Lutz and Wesley Chapel. To make it affordable for a family to spruce up their home's curb appeal, Image Painting will paint the front of a house for about 50 percent less than the cost of painting the entire house. Solt estimates the cost to paint the front of an average 1,800 sq. ft. home, including all doors, trim and garage door, is between from $900 and $1,200. This compares to $1,800 and $2,400 to paint the entire house. "There is nothing wrong with waiting until later to paint the sides and back of a house," said Solt. "In a perfect world you would paint the entire home in one shot, but we are certainly not living in perfect times right now so we developed an affordable solution for homeowners on a budget. Our solution allows homeowners to have us paint what they can afford now and enjoy an improved entrance and curb appeal." Image Painting is licensed, bonded and insured. "When a homeowner hires our company, they can be assured that they are working with one of the highest regarded painting contractors in Tampa Bay," said Solt. Solt lives in Land O' Lakes in the Oakstead community with his wife, Tobey, and their three school-aged children. "I chose to expand into residential painting in the community where I live," said Solt. "I want people to know they can trust me as their neighbor to provide top quality painting services at competitive prices." Reliability and quality are trademarks of Image PaintingSPRUCE UPYOUR HOME'S CURB APPEALAT50% SAVINGS 813-220-7700 or 813-363-6015 www.ipofinc.com813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 18 Gentle Dentistrywith a Woman's Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND O'LAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla Espa–olExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310 NEWPATIENTSPECIAL only $45 a $257 valueRestrictions may apply* PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit Wesley Chapel club finishes as national runner-upBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comNo softball team from Wesley Chapel had ever made the Dixie World Series until the 2011 Angels showed up. The Angels went 4-2 at the World Series in South Hill,Va.,July 29-Aug 3,which included teams from 11 other states.The squad was representing Florida after winning the District 4 and state tournaments with a combined 8-1 record. The team,part of the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association (WCAA), came up one win short of the ultimate crown,but the Angels showed their town is one that should be taken seriously in the future."We wanted to help put Wesley Chapel on the softball map,"said pitcher Logan Coward."We felt we had a good chance to win districts and compete at states,but to be runner-up at the World Series was a dream come true."Wesley Chapel was knocked out in districts the last two years by Spring Hill,the 2010 World Series champion."We knew this was our best chance to do something special,"said pitcher Jordyn Kadlub."Two years ago after losing to Spring Hill in the district championship,we saw what it took to win.So we worked hard on pitching and the rest of our game year round for two straight years." The Angels had become accustomed to winning games comfortably,outscoring their opponents 78-5 at districts and states. The pitchers and defense kept the opposition off the bases,and the goal was to use that same method in the World Series."Our strategy in pitching was to try and save our top two pitchers Jordyn Kadlub and Logan Coward for the later games,assuming we won our early games in the tournament," said assistant Scott Kadlub,also Jordyn's father."Everything worked out as we hoped, with Riley Baxter,Shelby Westbrook and Jordan Rosenberg pitching the majority of the innings in first three games."Two of the first three contests were nailbiters for Wesley Chapel,defeating tournament host South Hill 5-4 in extra innings,Georgia 4-0 and Tennessee 1-0. The Angels put up three runs in the first inning of their first contest against South Hill thanks to an RBI double by Jordyn and an RBI single by Melissa Wark.Wesley Chapel's bats went cold from there,but the pitching kept the lead until South Hill tied it in the fifth. South Hill took the lead in the top of the sixth,but Wesley Chapel loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the frame. Rosenberg stepped up to the plate and delivered a two-run walk-off single.The Angels lost their fourth game to Louisiana 2-0,forcing them to come back from the losers bracket to earn a spot in the finals.Wesley Chapel defeated Tennessee 8-0 to secure its spot in the championship game.Unfortunately for Wesley Chapel,the rematch with Louisiana was nearly a carbon copy of the first meeting, with the Florida squad coming out on the short end of a 2-0 score.The Angels posted just two hits total in the two contests against Louisiana.Wesley Chapel pitchers threw 29 innings in the tournament,recording 45 strikeouts and posting three shutouts while allowing 13 hits and eight total runs in the six games. "Our pitching staff was talked about throughout the tournament,"Scott said."Not only our top two,but the fact that we had depth.Five pitchers who can throw hard and be consistent at this level.'" The Angels can take some satisfaction on who they lost to and what it might mean for the future of the program. "We lost to the team that was runner-up last year,who had seven returning players from that team,"Scott said."Our pitching ability kept us in every game and gave us a chance to win it all,but we just did not have enough strength batting against the better pitching teams to either put back-to-back hits together or force errors." For information on the WCAA softball league or the Angels,visit www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=wcaa. The Wesley Chapel Angels finished as the Dixie World Series national runner-up, going 4-2 en route to the second place performance. (Photo courtesy of Scott Kadlub) Wesley Chapel AngelsJordan Almasy Riley Baxter Chase Booker Logan Coward Jordyn Kadlub Baylie King Anna Margetis Paige Mulford Neely Peterson Jordan Rosenberg Melissa Wark Shelby Westbrook Will Coward,coach Scott Kadlub,assistant Scott King,assistant Mike Peterson,assistantAngels fly high at Dixie World Series Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News

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Free In-Home Estimates Youll Adore Youll Adore Our Our FLOORS FLOORS AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING RUNNING OR NOT TITLE OR NO TITLE MON-SUN 9AM 9PM$400 $5,000 CASHFREE TOW 24/7 SE HABLA ESPA„OL(352) 260-0144 www.WBCFast.com What to expect with a new babyDr.Jamie Mallah,a pediatrician,will lead a free class to help parents learn what to expect after bringing home a new baby.The course is on Thursday,Sept.8 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at St. Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz.To register,call (813) 443-3078.What to know about snoringSnoring is a common problem experienced by many adults.The National Sleep Foundation estimates that approximately 37 million adults in the United States are chronic snorers.Habitual snorers can be at risk for serious health problems. Dr.Randall Latorre will lead a free class to discuss the health risks associated with snoring,as well as treatments.The course is on Tuesday,Sept.20 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at St.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz.To register,call (813) 443-3078.Men's health issues seminarDr.Timothy Weber will discusses medical and surgical management of the most common male urological issues,such as andropause,erectile dysfunction and other men's health concerns,at a class at St.Joseph's Hospital-North.The free class is on Wednesday,Sept.21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at the hospital,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Postpartum depression groupSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,offers a support group to women who may be experiencing postpartum depression or other perinatal mood disorders associated with pregnancy or birth.The next meeting is on Wednesday,Sept.14 from 7-8:30 p.m. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Breastfeeding 101 course Sept. 18Moms can learn more about breastfeeding and its benefits to parent and baby during a class on Sunday,Sept.18 from 1-4 p.m.at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa. Participants can learn how the body produces milk,as well as proper positioning for mother and baby.The cost is $5.To register, call (813) 443-3078.FIT 4 Baby class at St. Joseph'sFIT 4 Baby is a program designed to strengthen the body for all changes it experiences during pregnancy.The free,60-minute class includes cardio,strength,flexibility and balance training.It is designed to accommodate all the stages of pregnancy and various fitness levels,and will be conducted at St. Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa.The courses run from 6:30-7:30 p.m.The next dates are on Monday,Sept.12 and on Monday,Sept.26. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Help for breastfeeding mothersSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,is adding new services for breastfeeding mothers.The facility offers an outpatient breastfeeding consultant by appointment to any mom at the hospital.The cost is $40.To register,call (813) 443-3078.How to have a healthy pregnancySt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,will host a two-hour class to review how to stay healthy and covers topics related to the second trimester of pregnancy.The cost is $20.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.Stroller Strides fitness classStroller Strides is a free,total fitness program that moms can do with their babies at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa.It includes power walking and intervals of strength and body toning exercises using tubing,the stroller and the environment.The classes are taught by certified instructors. Those interested should arrive 15 minutes early to warm up.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.Infant and child CPR courseSt.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,will have a class to teach people how to perform CPR and choking rescue on infants and children according to American Heart Association guidelines. Participants must be at least9years old.The cost is $30 per person,or $55 per couple. The next class is on Tuesday,Sept.13 from 69 p.m.to register,call (813) 443-3078.Cesarean birth class availableSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa has a class for those who know they are having a C-section.The length of the class depends on the number of participants and their needs.A hospital tour is included.The cost is $30.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.Psychotherapy abuse support groupA new support group for people abused in psychotherapy has been established and will meet on Thursday,Sept.29 from 6-8 p.m. at the New Tampa Regional Library,10001 Cross Creek Blvd.in New Tampa.The group is called PAP and is designed to provide emotional support,information and to promote advocacy.For more information,call (813) 907-3227.Light refreshments will be served.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first come,first served basis.Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com.HEALTH & WELLNESS Oak Hill Hospital nationally recognized

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HOMES FOR SALENO NEIGHBORSin back. 1997 3/2 dble wide on 2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Asking $100,000. Seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899BIG YARDDoublewide mobile home on 1+ acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities. $90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3/2/2 home on private culde-sac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining, Fenced yard. Was $139,900, now $134,900. Cody Adams 813-909-0712SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated sq ft Tons of extras in this home. Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-01012/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554IVY LAKES ESTATES2004 4/2/2 home with 2066 sq ft of living area. This gated community offers a soccer field, basketball court, volleyball net and playground. The home is well cared for with Berber carpet and tile, Delta faucets and a hydro massage tub in master bath. In Pasco County at Hillsborough County line. Home will sell quickly at $191,000! Call Faith Garcia today 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3603.3 PICTURESQUE MANUFACTURED HOME LOTS side by side in Kanawha Village. Septic, well and electric on site. Total Price for all three $45,900! Call Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, large view of lake. Beautiful sunsets. Cody Adams 813-909-0712WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $205,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023VACANT PROPERTYLAKEFRONTin Land O'Lakes, FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 MOBILE HOME LOTincluding septic and well in Land O'Lakes 132 x 123 just $28,000! Call Faith Garcia today! 813-503-6610S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843LAND O'LAKES LOT 132 x 123 just $28,000!Septic and well are already on the lot for your new mobile home! Call Faith Garcia at 813-503-66105 ACRE MOBILE HOME PARK ON U.S. 41 NORTH 12 existing licensed pads with septic, well, and electric! Create a community! $139,000 Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEOWN YOUR OWN RESTAURANT ON PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Sticky Fingers Restaurant, Old Florida Style House with wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDCOMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. 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Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.com"BUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600" CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 21 TR INITY Memorial Gardens CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM FUNERALSERVICES CREMATIONOPTIONS OUTOFSTATEBURIALS Informational S eminar : CREMATIONWednesday,Sept.14,2011 @ 10:00amLight refreshments served RSVP TO 727-376-7824 813-920-4241 www.trinitymemorial.comTRINITY MEMORIAL GARDENSS.R.54 Trinity,FLOnly 5 miles west of U.S.41 P r e p l a n n i n g g a v a i l a b l e e o f f e r i n g g g r e a t t s a v i n g s A Laker/Lutz News staff reportRon and Tamara Oakley,along with their daughters Ashley and Hannah Mae,gave a $10,000 check to the future Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills.The family was allowed to name the Education Oasis Room in the new center in honor of Tamara's mother Ann Brooke Neukom, a breast cancer survivor. "This gift was a family decision and was made with love in our hearts for Ann Brooke Neukom,who fought and won her battle against breast cancer," Ron Oakley said in a release.Ron recently announced he will run in the Republican primary next year for the Pasco Commission District 1 seat,which covers all of Zephyrhills and Dade City. Carolyn Sentelik,executive director of the hospital's Foundation,thanked the family for the contribution. "The Oakley and Neukom families each have a long history with Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,and we couldn't be more pleased to continue their meaningful connection with our organization,"Sentelik said in a release. The new Breast Health Center is set to open in the middle of 2012.It will allow patients to receive screenings,diagnostics,treatments and education related to maintaining and restoring breast health all in one location.Highlights of the center will include advanced technology,skilled and compassionate medical and clinical staff, easy access services and test results and diagnostics within hours of procedures being completed. A variety of other naming opportunities are still available.For more information on the Breast Health Center project and how to help,call the Foundation at (813) 783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org and click on the "make a gift"tab. BIRTHS AT FLORIDA HOSPITAL ZEPHYRHILLS Ables,Lillian Ann;born August 23 to Aaron and Christina Ables of Zephyrhills Allbritton,Aidden James;born August 26 to Jamie Allbritton of Dade City Bellante,Lucas Dale;born August 1 to Dale Bellante and Danielle Mosley of Zephyrhills Clementi,Alivia Marie;born August 27 to Jeremy and Brittany Clementi of ZephyrhillsDiaz,Leticia Dary;born July 28 to Jose Juan and Leticia Diaz of Dade CityEads,Makayla Michelle:born August 26 to Nathan Eads and Amber Franks of Zephyrhills Flores,Ariana Nevaeh;born August 16 to Christina Clare and Noe Flores Lazaro,Adelaida Korai;born July 31 to Joe and Jessica Lazaro Minton,Mason Logan;born August 27 to Jarod Minton and Donna Fagan of Dade CityShattuck,Dakota Dwayne;born August 3 to Judy Shattuck of Dade CitySmith,Jordan Michael;born August 16 to Joseph and Talisha Smith of Zephyrhills Spaulding,Cameron;born August 24 to Doug Spaulding and Ashley Carter of ZephyrhillsSummers,Mia Rose;born August 19 to David Summers and Tanya Greene Suriano,Aric Michael;born August 22 to Ryan Dougherty and Amber Suriano Tadlock,Makenzie Grace;born July 29 to Jerry and Melissa Tadlock of Dade City Way-Butler,Ezra;born August 19 to Chantel Way and Rhett Butler BIRTHS AT PASCO REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Austin,Jamar Nechiah;born July 16 to Darius Austin and Josephine Bowens of Dade City Caudill,Perry-James Mason;born July 7 to Amy Caudill of Dade City Cole,Kaidyn Xavier;born August 4 to Casey Cole and Sherese Hutchinson of Zephyrhills Cordero,Carson Bentley;born July 28 to Anthoney Cordero,Jr.and Heather Harris-Sabatelli of Dade City Danaher,Colin Edward;born August 11 to Michael Danaher and Jessica Hall of Dade City Davis,Jonathan Michael;born July 16 to Martin Davis,Jr.and Amy BlakePupo of Pasco County Douglas,Samuel Arthur;born July 14 to Richard Douglas and Chelsea Thompson of Dade City Drawdy,Quinn Matthew;born August 9 to David and Christine Drawdy of ZephyrhillsFree,Keaton Gene;born July 21 to Charles and Megan Free of Dade CityGarcia,Jasmine Sophia;born July 22 to Alfredo and Marie Garcia,Jr.of Dade CityGump,Archer Warren;born July 25 to Andrew and Faith Gump of Wesley Chapel Harris,Aryonna Lauren;born July 27 to Loren Harris and Jamelia Simms of Dade CityHeinlein,Calle Aryssa;born August 7 to Erik and Janys Heinlein of ZephyrhillsHicks,Nathan Andrew;born July 29 to Leonard Hicks,Jr.and Crystal Clayton of Zephryhills Montanye,Jr.,Joey Brandon;born July 28 to Joey Montanye and Jode Dixon of Zephyrhills Papke,Savannah Nicole;born August 9 to Derrick and Vicky Papke of Zephyrhills Quiles,A'millian Amor,born August 11 to Samuel Quiles and Erika Gonzalez of Zephyrhills Ramirez,Audrina Michelle;born July 21 to Ismael Ramirez and Lauren Ellis of Dade City Reyes,Jayden Christopher;born July 22 to Alejandro Reyes and Megan Simmons of Zephyrhills Scroggins,Rylan Wyatt;born July 19 to Jarod Scroggins and Lauren McIntosh of Dade City Sharnprapai,Carson Porter,born August to Andrew and Patricia Sharnprapai of Zephryhills Strickland,Kylie Sue;born July 29 to Danny Strickland,Jr.and Jennifer Gray of Zephyrhills Van Houten,Hunter Allen;born July 14 to Cody Van Houten and Crystal Carr of ZephyrhillsWhite,Addysen Josslyn;born July 20 to Billy and Roxanne White of Dade CityWilliams,Aiden John;born August 11 to Michael Williams and MelindaSue Rafuse of Zephyrhills Williams,Zaylah Lynn;born July 27 to Malcolm Williams and Chelsey Smith of Dade CityYoung,Lane Ashton;born August 4 to Darrell and Kelly Young of Zephyrhills the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to:email:news@cnewspubs.com or mail to Community News Publications, PO Box 271880,Tampa,FL 33688-1880.Fax:(813) 909-2802. Carolyn Sentelik, executive director of the Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation, receives a $10,000 check from Ron Oakley to help fund the new Breast Health Center. (Photo courtesy of the Foundation)Oakley family helps new Breast Health Center

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 23 HiBrow Art Gallery offers special exhibit of Lanus'workBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt has been nearly a quarter of a century since Alfred Lanus has put his work on public display. But the impressionist,who lives in Dade City,will be making up for that in a big way this month when he puts on a one-man show at the HiBrow Art Gallery.A meet-the-artist public reception is planned for Saturday,Sept.10,from 7-10 p.m.at the gallery,a division of the Dade City Center for the Arts,Inc.The works will remain on display during normal gallery hours throughout the month of September.Lanus,who used to routinely lunch with the surrealist Salvadore Dali when the artist was living in New York,was invited to display his works at HiBrow by Stuart Marcus, the gallery's event director. Marcus,who has a gallery at HiBrow,is a renowned wildlife photographer who has captured images of animals in the wild on all seven continents. Marcus said his wife,Jeanette,an assistant tennis director at Lake Jovita,told him about Lanus. Lanus told Jeanette:"I paint a little."He invited the Marcuses to come see some of his work. "I was absolutely floored,"Marcus said. "My honest feeling is what I see in the impressionistic style is as good as anybody in the 20th century and in the early part of the 21st,and he's still painting today,"Marcus said."I think as other people see it,it will move from our gallery to others." The last showing of Lanus'work was in 1977 at the Bacardi Gallery in Miami.Before that,he had three exhibits at galleries in Manhattan,between 1960 and 1970. Marcus said HiBrow is fortunate to be putting on the exhibit. "I think it's significant for this area.I think it's significant for the Bay area.I think it's significant,perhaps for the nation and perhaps in the art world. "The man has traveled.He is a gentleman.He is an artist of the top flight,"Marcus said. Lanus,83,continues to create art in a studio area within his home and isn't one to boast about his work.With the exception of Dali,Lanus said he never met an artist who proclaimed himself to be great. Lanus said he uses his art to evoke a mood. For instance,in the painting he calls "Rescue at Land's End,"he shows a dramatic rescue effort amidst crashing waves.There's a sense of wind and fury. The scene was much different than the day he visited Land's End,which is in England. "It was a beautiful,sunny day and I did a sketch with Land's End,with the lighthouse to the left.Somehow,I decided to make it into a storm.So,everything underneath all those waves is there as it would be. Physically,it's all there,but it's all covered up with the storm,"Lanus said. He has painted scenes from around the world,in some cases,painting landscapes in others,capturing action. His interest in art dates back to his childhood days in Argentina. "From school days,I was always sketching,"he said. But his father,who was in charge of the Bank of London in Buenos Aires at the time,wasn't keen on the prospect of his son pursuing a career in art. So,Lanus found other ways to earn a living and continued honing his skills as an artist. He initially came to the United States for a visit when he was 19 and then came back two years later because of political strife in Argentina. He wound up living in Erie,Pa., where he took art classes from a professor named Joe Plavcaf.Lanus was impressed by the teacher's ability to inspire good work from his students. "He was teaching boys who came back from the war (World War II).You'd see a beautiful girl who would be modeling. Some of these soldiers would just make a square or a round thing with dots. "But a year later,they were painting beautifully.They were doing wonderful work. "I was very enthused.I went there every day.That's where I really started my great interest in painting." He moved back to New York,where he struck up a friendship with Ernesto Fairhurst,an equestrian and portrait painter. "The funny thing,his dad and my dad were heads of the Bank of London in Argentina,"Lanus said,but he didn't meet Fairhurst until both of the artists were living in New York. Fairhurst moved to London and Lanus decided to follow. Lanus eventually returned to New York, where he lived on East 82nd Street for about 30 years. While there,he got involved in the art scene.Lanus said his style is inspired by the work of J.W.Turner,who created impressionistic works during the latter part of his career."I consider him the father of impressionism.He died 200 years ago,"Lanus said. Because Lanus didn't rely on his art for his income,he said he didn't have to "give away"his works.He did manage to sell a number of pieces over the years,though. He became acquainted with Dali through Mafalda Davis,a woman Lanus was involved with for a number of years. "Every weekend,we'd go to see Salvador, at the hotel.Salvador was living at the St. Regis Hotel,"Lanus said. The trio would have lunch and chat, Lanus said.Dali,a surrealist who gained worldwide acclaim,was infamous for his eccentric behavior. He lived up to that billing,Lanus said."He was something,I tell you.He was crazy." Lanus recalled an occasion when Dali hired a double-decker bus and took about 20 of his friends for a ride in Manhattan. "He had the bus stop.We stopped at 57th and Park Avenue. "He had buckets and buckets of champagne.He stopped all of the traffic,"Lanus said. "The police didn't do anything.He got away with it,"Lanus said. Marcus said the gallery is an excellent venue to show off Lanus'works. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 7,2011 28 Advanced Treatment Options for Atrial Fibrillation Thursday, September People with atrial brillation (AFIB) have alternatives to long-term drug therapy. e advanced treatments and procedures oered for AFIB at St. Josephs Hospitals make us one of the leading centers in the southeastern United States. Join cardiac electrophysiologist Kevin J. Makati, MD, as he discusses: FREE SEMINAR FREE CONVENIENT PARKING Like us on Facebook. All seminars begin at :pm and are located in the Garden Lobby Classroom. Reserve your space: StJosephsNorth.com/Events Community Education Series Van Dyke Road LutzBC1117240911 Randall C. Latorre, MD Timothy Weber, MD Kevin J. Makati, MD Snoring: Just Annoying or a Serious Health Problem? Tuesday, September e National Sleep Foundation estimates that approximately 37 million adults in the U.S. are chronic snorers. Habitual snorers can be at risk for serious health problems. A complete examination by your doctor is the rst step to snoring relief. Join Randall C. Latorre, MD, as he discusses the treatments and health risks associated with snoring. Erectile Dysfunction and Mens Health Issues Wednesday, September Join Timothy Weber, MD, as he discusses medical and surgical management of the most common male urological issues such as andropause and erectile dysfunction, and other mens health concerns.



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Serving Lutz/OdessaLutz NEWS More bees may buzz in backyards The Hillsborough County Commission took a step toward approving residential beekeeping. Commissioners voted to explore changing the countys land-use plan, which would allow people with homes on a quarter-acre of land or less to have up to two beehives.Those with additional land could have more. Gary Ranker,president of the Florida State Beekeepers Association,was pleased with the commissionersdecision. Im optimistic this whole process is looking forward to a resolution where people can put bees in their backyards As the nation pauses to honor the 10th anniversary of the Sept.11 attacks,Rich Diehl will be in New York to honor the memory of his brother. The Land OLakes man was selected by lottery to be among about 200 people reading the names of those who died from the attacks on that fateful day. He and his wife,Eileen,will join Richs brothers and their families as they gather to honor his late brother,Michael,and others who died in the worst attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Here are some recollections from the Diehls and other local residents who had a personal connection to the Sept.11 attacks.Rich Diehl was on his way to work when an airliner plowed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center at 8:46 a.m.on Sept. 11,2001. Diehl didnt know what the receptionist was talking about when he walked into his office in St.Petersburg and the receptionist told him his brother was OK. I learned almost immediately thereafter that a plane had hit the World Trade Center, the Land OLakes man recalls. The family thought everything was fine because Richs mom had talked to Michael and he had told her he was fine. That was before another airliner slammed into the South Tower at 9:03 a.m. Rich saw the second plane hit. We were actually gathering in a meeting room and watching this all transpire on TV, said Rich,who was working at JSA Healthcare.Honoring the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in ZephyrhillsWhen: 2-9 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11What: An event to remember those who perished on Sept.11,to honor those who have served the nation as veterans and to recognize those who continue to serve the country as first responders,civil servants,law enforcement,clergy,elected officials and others who play an invaluable role in society.The keynote speaker for the event is state Rep.Will Weatherford.The event involves appearances by a number of local civic groups,musical performances,an invocation,a 21-gun salute,the Pledge of Allegiance led by an elementary school student,crafts,games,a free concert,free water while supplies last and much more.Those attending are encouraged to bring a chair or a blanket to sit on,to wear red,white and blue and to bring their friends. For more information contact event organizer M.J.Price at (813) 782-1500 x104 or mjprice@goinpostal.com.9-11 Gratitude RideWhen: Assembling at 8:45 a.m.in the Village Lakes Shopping Center on SR 54,just east of US 41 in Land O Lakes. What:Motorcycle riders will salute the men and women of the communitys local emergency services in a 20-mile run,with stops at three fire-and-rescue stations in Pasco County. The ride commemorates the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and is a way to demonstrate gratitude for the heroes of the community who put their lives on the line for the rest of society.Last year about 300 bikes participated in the Gratitude Rides inaugural year.This year,organizers are expecting even more.After the ride,there will be a memorial BBQ catered by Hungry Harrys in Land O Lakes and a ride-in bike show.Event T-shirts will be for sale before and at the event.All proceeds REMEMBERING SEPTEMBER 11 Touched by tragedy Like most people in the United States, Sylla Hanger was devastated by what happened on Sept.11,2001. For the Lutz resident,it wasnt enough to send some supplies or money.She needed to get out and give back with all her skills to try and help the emergency workers around ground zero.Sylla decided to use her knowledge of massage and aromatherapy to help make working in the devastated area a little easier.She became a licensed massage therapist in 1979 and has been using essential oils for decades.In the early s I was making my own perfumes from oils at the health food stores,Sylla said.I realized that there was more relaxation from the massage with a nice scented oil.I thought Id invented something,but I found that aromatherapy was being taught in England. Sylla helped form the first aromatherapy organization in the United States,which eventually led to the creation of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).When 9/11 happened it was natural for her to give back using her expertise. My friend Doug started a massage team called North Carolina Emergency Response Massage Team,or CERMT,Sylla said.He was taking care of flood victims in Carolina before 9/11.I knew our skills could do some good.It actually came to me while I was doing a massage treatment and I knew we had to aromatize Manhattan.There was all that smoke in the air.I knew we had to get these oils there. Sylla and the team first went in November 2001 and returned during Christmas,Valentines Day and St.Patricks Day.The trips were one to two weeks long. Sylla said people sent her $10,000 worth of aromatherapy products for the first trip. Significantly more came for the last three9/11 brings out giving spirit in Lutz woman COMMUNITY EVENTS Call AttorneyJIMHOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured PeopleHOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at LawI Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights18920 N. 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As the day wore on,no one could get in touch with Michael.So,the Land OLakes couple packed up the car and headed to New York the next day. They didnt know whether Michael was dead or alive,Rich said. We thought he might still be missing. We drove up there,then thinking that maybe he would be found hopefully found alive,Rich said. Our daughter contacted the Red Cross. At one point,they said they had heard of a Michael Diehl,Eileen said. There was a Michael Diehl in a hospital on Staten Island,but it turned out that it wasnt their Michael. The couple was up in New York for about 10 days. Authorities found Michaels wallet and then some of his remains,said Rich,the oldest of the familys four brothers. Theres still pain in his eyes as Rich thinks about his brother,who was married and had two children. Michael and I were best friends,said Rich,who frequently talked to his brother. He was a great family man,Rich said.He valued his relationship with his mother,his wife and kids and with us. Eileen said Michael once told her,Youre the sister I never had.I was working in New York at 55 Water Street,which as the crow flies,is about seven blocks from the World Trade Center,recalls Arthur FitzFoster. I was a little late getting to work that morning.As I got out of the subway,everybody started looking up.We just saw debris just floating across.A lot of paper debris. Everyone was wondering,What happened? He walked to his office and was at his desk on the 27th floor of the building. I had a window and looked toward where I saw the debris coming and I saw this big gash in the side of the North Tower. I noticed a lot of other people were at the windows,as well. Foster said he called his wife,who was at work in Long Island and asked if shed heard about any problems at the World Trade Center.She told him shed heard an airplane had crashed into one of the towers.Foster said he couldnt figure out how that could have happened on such a clear day.Then,when he looked out his window, he saw the blur of an airplane going by and it struck the South Tower. After the second plane hit,it became clear the country was under attack,Foster said.His office was evacuated. Foster and a colleague later went back to the building to find out whether to return to work. Then we heard this whooomat ground level,we couldnt see anymore the World Trade Center.All we knew was that this big debris field was making its way toward us.We thought it was a bomb.It came down with such a force. He and a colleague put handkerchiefs over their faces and sought refuge beneath an elevated highway. You could see nothing.So,we decided to keep walking north.Largely to get out of the debris field,and also to find out what was happening. We saw people walking across the Brooklyn Bridge and I said,Im not walking across the bridge.I dont know how Im going to get transport (back home) from there or whether the bridge would get blown up. You just didnt know what was happening at all,Foster said.We walked to the South Street Seaport. We moved further north and when we reached Chinatown,we were able to get phone signal and I was able to call my wife. When they were in Chinatown,he said, they saw the second tower coming down. I will never forget something like that.It was like in slow motion,but the whole thing,I guess,came down in maybe 30 seconds.It just pancaked all of the way down. Foster said one of his friends,who worked on the 84th floor of the first tower, was late to work that day sparing his life. 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There will be a brief service,a dedication of the trees and flag waving.The event is being presented by the GFWC LutzLand O Lakes Womans Club,the Lutz Patriots and Citizens for the Old Lutz School.Hillsborough County Communitywide 9/11 Ceremony of RemembranceWhen: 12:05 p.m.Friday,Sept.9 Where: Joe Chillura Courthouse Square,near the intersection of Kennedy Boulevard and Pierce Street Hillsborough County,the cities of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City,MacDill Air Force Base and the Veterans Council will honor the memory of those who perished in the Sept.11 attacks.The event will bring together members of the armed forces,as well as representatives of government,first responders and the public for a special ceremony. The community-wide commemoration will feature the laying of wreaths in memory of those who lost their lives,first responders,the armed forces and survivors.The wreaths will COMMUNITY EVENTS

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Support in Zephyrhills. He had heard the news about the first plane striking the North Tower and knew immediately that America was under attack. Right after the airplane hit,there was soot a couple of inches thick on the cars, Chalker said. I went outside and I saw the second plane,he said.You could see the second plane aim at the second building.You knew it was deliberate. Chalker said he didnt know what to do, but heard reports that the first responders needed dry clothing. We got involved with that.We went to Kmart.We basically bought them out,said Chalker,who still wears the now-faded Tshirt he got from the fire department for his help after the attacks. He recalled seeing people walking around,carrying fliers containing photos and descriptions of loved ones they were trying to find. It was terrible,Chalker said.Alyson Stanina,who now works at Westbrooke Manor and Assisted Memory Support in Zephyrhills,said she went to New York the summer after the attacks to work at a summer camp for children.The New Ground Day Camp was basically for children who lost a family member or witnessed the horror of the attacks, Stanina said. There were a lot of kids that saw people jumping,unfortunately. She said psychiatrists and counselors worked with the children. The children drew pictures to express their feelings,Stanina said.While many of the children seemed to be coping well, some of the drawings were heartbreaking, Stanina said.She recalled one drawing,in particular.A child had drawn a picture of daddy with wings.Melisa Rodriguez was living in New Jersey on the day of the attacks.She shared her recollections in an email to The Laker/Lutz News. Rodriguez said her husband,who was in the New Jersey Army National Guard was deployed to help guard the Holland Tunnel. At home,I had a feeling of dread,wondering if we would be bombed,if our water would be poisoned,or if a bioterrorism attack would occur,Rodriguez writes. Our towns were filled with people wondering about their loved ones who worked in Manhattan that they could not reach because cell phone service was so poor,she recalls. Meanwhile,her father a battalion chief with a fire department in New Jersey returned home early from training exercises in Texas to help secure the area where search and rescue teams were working. They (rescue teams) mostly recovered the poor souls who were either doing their jobs as business men or women,or doing their jobs as police officers and firefighters, she noted. Soon after 9/11,we attended a memorial service at Battery Park,in which Christopher and Dana Reeve spoke and Ray Charles sang America the Beautiful. Our New Jersey towns started filling with makeshift memorials,as local commuters were discovered dead. When I walk up a stairwell in an office building,I think of the firefighters who went up many,many stairwells,never to come back down. I think of the people running from the buildings with soot covering their faces.I think of the monsignor who was killed by a falling body while performing the anointing of the sick to another dying soul.I think of the NYC skyline that will forever be altered.I think of Lisa Beamer,and her now 10-year-old child that never met his father.I think of all the heroes and their families. I think of the troops and their families who are still sacrificing.And I think of the terrorists that are surely living amongst us,waiting to attack us again.I think of how patriotic our country was soon after 9/11,and how divided we are now.We will never be the same after 9/11.We should never forget this day and all those we lost.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 be laid on a 14-foot-long steel beam from the World Trade Center.A design for a permanent memorial to house the beam will also be unveiled at this event.The U.S.Air Force will provide a fly-over and a multi-jurisdictional Honor Guard will surround the beam.Admiral Bill H.McRaven will speak at the event.Musical performances by area school children also are planned.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 4-7:30 p.m.on Saturday,Sept.10 Where: Islamic Community of Tampa, 5901 E.130th Ave.in Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace, has organized an event for families and children,which includes food,activities, including a special Ribbons for Peace project to spread the message of hope. 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trips.During the second trip the group developed the name United Aromatherapy Effort (UAE),an official nonprofit group.We worked at the stations,at the chapel by ground zero,at the landfill on Staten Island and in the temporary morgues,Sylla said.Mostly we did the chair massage,which is about 15 minutes long.Its mostly head, neck and shoulders and its very relaxing.It leaves people very refreshed.Then wed give them some product with them.Often it was sprays,lotions and breathing potions.They would also give the workers cotton swabs with oils on it to put in their respirator. They loved that because the masks smelled horrible and it was hard to breath, Sylla said.A lot of them told us they wouldnt use them without the oils. Sylla and the team started adopting fire stations during the second trip.In total,UAE adopted 22 stations,which received oils,a diffuser and a vaporizer. They couldnt get over that we came from out of town to help them,and paid our own way to do it,Sylla said.It made them feel really good,which made us feel really good.A lot of them had survivor guilt and didnt want to relax after so many of their friends died.We told them to let us help.Let us help you because thats all the thanks we need. Syllas daughter Nyssa Hanger,who was in high school at the time,went on two of the trips. I didnt decide to go until my mom came home from her trip in November and said she was going back for Christmas, Nyssa said.I wasnt able to see it until years later,but my mother has instilled in me a deep drive for helping others.Seeing what she gained through helping,I wanted to go as well.I knew that there were many people hurting up there and it was consoling to know I might be able to help. Nyssa,who attended Gaither High her first two and then went to Blake High for its magnet program,was picked as one of the Coolest Teens in Americaby YM magazine in November 2002 because of her work after 9/11.Those trips also helped her decide to become a physical therapist. Though I wasnt doing massage formally,I spent three weeks working side-by-side with other massage therapists and saw the amazing effects of loving touch,Nyssa said. She then added,Though Sept 11,2001 will be a day remembered as a national tragedy,I can say that it actually changed my life in a profound and surprisingly positive way. The experience has changed Syllas life as well,and she still cant help but get emotional while recalling the trips. I learned you cant care too much,Sylla said,choked up with the memory.I had a lot of post-traumatic stress when I left because it felt so good to help that I wanted to keep going back.Its the greatest thing Ive ever done,and when it was over it was like a hole in my life even though it cost me a fortune to do it. I wanted to do it again and again,and I knew that I could do it. Sylla and UAE also went up the Gulf Coast to help after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.Now the group is focusing on sending aromatherapy products to U.S.soldiers serving overseas in places like Afghanistan.Sylla also goes to the VA hospital in Tampa to give the massage therapy treatments to veterans. Well put the supplies where theyre needed,Sylla said.The best thing is if anyone has money to help with shipping.We have product,but not the money to ship it.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Register at www.911-5k.com by Sept.9 for $20 or register on race day for $25. This event is being sponsored by a national nonprofit organization to raise money to honor the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks and to help men and women who need specially adapted homes because of combat injuries since 9/11.Sept.11 Memorial EventWhen: 4 p.m.,Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Sims Park,at the intersection of Grand Boulevard and Circle Drive,in New Port Richey.A memorial service to honor the victims of the Sept.11 attacks meant to bring the people of Pasco County together to reflect on our nations loss and remember the victims and their families.The event will feature prayer by local clergy,patriotic music by the Richey Concert Band and choral groups from local schools and a keynote address from retired Sgt.Major Steve Wilson.Voices United for Peace gatheringWhen: 5:30-7:30 p.m.Sunday,Sept.11 Where: Straz Center for the Performing Arts,1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place,Tampa A coalition of community and interfaith groups,called Voices United for Peace,is presenting a tri-county ceremony featuring poetry readings,dramatic presentations and music,with an outdoor closing candle-lighting ceremony. Each participant is invited to bring a candle for the closing ceremony and a three-foot piece of ribbon to help weave the Tapestry for Peace as part of the event. COMMUNITY EVENTS To help UAE,visit unitedaromatherapy.org.From there people can find phone numbers and addresses if they want to donate money,supplies or their time and expertise in aromatherapy.People can also email unitedaromatherapy@gmail.com.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Its a two-lane road that winds through the rural community,with only a few dim streetlights to help keep drivers on path and out of barns,horse fields and cow pastures. There are no bike paths or sidewalks and only a few turn lanes to make travel easier. Mix in an increased number of drivers looking to get to and from work while avoiding the congested Suncoast Parkway/Veterans Expressway and I-275,and the combination becomes perilous for those who frequent Gunn Highway in Odessa/Keystone. The Hillsborough County Planning Commission has been looking for ways to make Gunn safer for years and recently unveiled five options to make the country roadway a little less dangerous. The proposals were presented to the Keystone-Odessa Advisory Committee. Three of the options leave Gunn virtually untouched,while instead improving the streets that feed into the highway,such as Van Dyke and S.Mobley roads.All three do add sidewalks,curbs and bike and turn lanes,but keep Gunn as a two-lane street. Another proposal would widen the Suncoast/Veterans from four to six lanes, which would help with traffic flow and would likely make it a better option for those traveling through Hillsborough and Pasco counties,according to planning commission principal planner Pedro Parra. The final option is to leave the area as is. Many in attendance said they wanted to leave the roadway alone to avoid the headaches that come along with road construction.Many also feel a more developed roadway will take away from the rural nature of the community. I kind of like the do-nothing approach, said Sam Prentice,who has lived in Keystone for 35 years.We like it rural;we want to keep it rural. Jim Swain,president of the Lake Keystone Property Owners Association,said that desire to keep it ruralhas been a big part of the association since its founding.He has in the past advocated to keep Gunn as it is,but has started to come around on the idea of updating the snake-like highway. There are pressing problems up here, Swain said.You cant walk.There are no sidewalks.We have mobility issues.And with the countys thirst for development,you just get traffic,traffic and more traffic. Swain said frequent traffic accidents, many that include pedestrians and bicyclists,are what have begun to change his thinking on the matter.He said he wants the county to enforce slower speed limits as well. The planning commission is using the communitys reaction to the options as a way to decide what to include in a larger plan for the area. This plan in and of itself isnt going to solve problems,Parra said.But you can use it as a tool. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com After every drill in practice,Academy at the Lakes football coach John Castelamare lets his students go to heavenand immerse themselves in it. Heavenis the name for the 12 water fountains where players go for a respite from the grueling heat and demanding practices. Castelamare,who is in his second year coaching the private schools six-man team,tells his kids to do more than drink water.He tells them to wet everything. Most of the time,you keep drinking water,its not the greatest thing,he said. You wet yourself,wet your head,wet your shoulders.Just dont get my helmets wet. Spending time in,let alone practicing in the unforgiving Florida heat can be dangerous.Castelamare,who has been a coach for 40 years and coached at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009,knows it and advises his players accordingly.He had a nutritionist speak to the team who stressed the importance of being well-fed not just hydrated. Staying hydrated and well nourished,in addition to staying well rested,are a few of the steps people can take to protect themselves from Floridas infamous heat and humidy. Although the calendar has flipped to September and fall weather has started to take hold of northern states,it is just another summer month to Florida.The thermometer may creep down a couple of degrees during the day,but its hardly autumnal weather. With schools back in session,this is the time when children can still work up a dripping sweat outside for fall sports or in physical education (PE) class. What makes children and adolescents that much more susceptible to the heat is the fact they may not be aware of the damage that can be done or of the symptoms that the heat is taking its toll. As effective as the buddy system is having athletes or kids and their peers pipe up if they notice something wrong a large burden of responsibility lies with the adults who are in supervisory roles. And at schools,that means teachers and coaches play the role. Sean Brock,supervisor of physical education for Pasco County schools,said general guidelines are sent at the beginning of each school year to every teacher who deals with outdoor activities.The guidelines include being aware of the heat, symptoms of heat illness and first-aid type procedures. Most of it,Brock said,is a common sense approach:frequent water breaks,limiting outdoor exposure during the hottest part of the day and taking advantage of covered shelters. As a former PE teacher and football coach,Steve Vanoer knows the perils of overdoing it in hot environments. Now the supervisor of PE and health of the Hillsborough County schools,Vanoer said teachers are urged to modify lesson plans if the heat seems overbearing. If youre doing a track and field unit and its 98 degrees and the humidity is high,then what you want to do is change that lesson plan or modify it so that students arent engaging in an activity that is already strenuous and compounded by warm weather. He said teachers are well aware of the heat,because they are the ones that spend more time in it.Elementary school kids typically spend 20-30 minutes outside.Middle and high schoolers may be outdoors for 50 minutes.Teachers can be outside for up to seven hours. Most PE students wont necessarily suffer any serious heat-related injuries,but kids participating in after-school athletics run a greater risk.This is where the buddy system is especially effective. The coaches have a lot of kids they have to watch,so they have to inform their athletes,said Melanie Cole,an exercise physiologist and radio host on www.healthradio.net. Unfortunately,kids playing sports sometimes arent as upfront about fatigue as they should be.There can be added pressure when kids are competing for playing time.If hes your star athlete,hes your star athlete but he needs to take a break too, Cole said. As more knowledge about the dangers of heat exertion sprouts up,there is more of a willingness to nip the problem in the bud.Michael Bergeron,director for the National Institute for Athletic Health and Performance at Sanford in South Dakota, said the risk of heat-related illnesses depends on the preparation of those out in the sun.Acclimating to the heat is a huge factor.He pointed out how a majority of heat-stroke deaths in sports occur early in the practice season. Clearly,theyre doing too much too soon,Bergeron said.Theres a lot of professionalization of youth sports these days. These kids are not professionals.Theres no reason to work them that hard and push them like theyre going to be professionals. It doesnt mean you cant work hard, but youre not training Navy SEALs. This means not to have kids who spend a lot of time indoors over the summer go out the first day and play like theyre in mid-season form. Another vital factor is the humidity. Florida heat isnt necessarily the same as Arizona heat for example. The high levels of humidity in Florida prevent efficient methods for the body to cool itself,including sweating.More humidity means there is more resistance to evaporation.So rather than sweat evaporating and cooling you,it just gathers. The worst condition a familiar scene for Floridians is a hot,sunny,still day with no breeze and high humidity. The Florida Office of Vital Statistics reported 24 deaths in the state during 2009 from exposure to excessive natural heat. According to natural hazard statistics from the National Weather Service,the United States averaged 115 heat-related deaths between 2001-2010. Things to watch for suggesting the heat is getting to someone is profuse sweating, muscle cramps,nausea and overall lowered physical performance.These are signs the person needs to stop,be taken to a shaded area and hydrated.More severe signs are lack of sweating and flush-red skin. Thats when it gets scary,Cole said. Their core temperature could be going up to 105 (degrees) or higher and if you dont get them cooled down,things that could start to happen are nerve damage and brain problems,organ failure. This doesnt mean kids arent safe outside. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Land OLakes Branch Library --Baby Storytime,11:30 a.m.and 2:30 p.m. every Thursday --Toddler Storytime,10:15 a.m.and 10:45 a.m.every Friday --Preschool Storytime,11:30 a.m.every Friday --Anime Club,6 p.m.Sept.6 --Acrylics with Laurie,10 a.m.Sept.7,Sept. 28 --Pasco U-Leadership,1 p.m.Sept.8 --SCORE Starting a Home Business 101, 5:30 p.m.Sept.13 --Basic Computer Skills II,10 a.m.Sept.14 --Kids Crafts,2 p.m.Sept.17 --Teen Video Workshop,6 p.m.Sept.20 --Family Night Out,6:30 p.m.Sept.20 --Book Discussion Group,1 p.m.Sept.21 --Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Sept.27 The library is closed Sundays and Mondays and is located at 2818 Collier Parkway and can be reached at (813) 929-1214. Austin Davis Public Library --Toddler Time,10:30 a.m.every Wednesday --Storytime,11 a.m.every Wednesday --Baby Time,11 a.m.every Thursday --Book Discussion:The Help by Kathryn Stockett,1:30 p.m.Sept.6 --Master Gardener:Nine Steps to a Florida Friendly Garden,6:30 p.m.Sept.6 --Intro to the Library Catalog,6 p.m.Sept. 12 --Internet:Safe Browsing,6 p.m..Sept.19 --Art for the Ages,4 p.m.Sept.22 --eBooks,eReaders,and Digital Media,10:30 a.m.Sept.24 --Geneaolgy:Using Ancestry Library Edition, 6 p.m.Sept.26 The library is located at 17808 Wayne Road in Odessa and can be reached at (813) 2733652. Lutz Branch Library --Story Time,11:30 a.m.every Tuesday --Baby Time,10:15 a.m.every Thursday --Toddler Time,11 a.m.every Thursday --Teen Advisory Board,7 p.m.Sept.6 --Word I,2 p.m.Sept.12 --Master Gardener:Flowering Shrubs and Vines,6:30 p.m.Sept.12 --Gideons Sword by Preston& Child,2 p.m. Sept.13 --Word II,2 p.m.Sept.19 --Lego My Library!,7 p.m.Sept.19 --Teen Book Club,7 p.m.Sept.20 --Word IIIParagraph Formatting,2 p.m. Sept.26 --Online Genealogy,2 p.m.Sept.28 The library is located at 101 Lutz-Lake Fern Road West and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.The Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library--Story Time,11 a.m.every Monday --Wee Artists,11:30 a.m.every Monday --Baby Time,10:15 and 11 a.m.every Tuesday --Toddler Time,10:15 and 11 a.m.every Wednesday --Deaf & Hearing Connection Telephone Distribution,10 a.m.every Tuesday --Work I:Introduction & Work II:Font and Page Formatting,6:15 a.m.Sept.6 --Teen Anime and Manga Club,5:30 p.m. Sept.8 --Lego My Library!,6 p.m.Sept.8 --Paws to Read!,10:30 a.m.Sept.10 --Book Club The Dogs of Babel by Carolyn Parkhurst,3 p.m.Sept.13 --Word III:Paragraph Formatting & Word: Advanced Formatting,6:15 p.m.Sept.13 --Master Gardener:Shade Gardening,7 p.m.Sept.13 --Art After School,4 p.m.Sept,14,21,and 28 --Carrie the Coupon Queen,the Benefits of Couponing w/Mrs.Dempsey,7 p.m.Sept.14 --Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Sept.15 --Excel 2010:Introduction & Formatting, 6:15 p.m.Sept.20 --Investing in Turbulent Times,7 p.m.Sept.21 --Excel 2010:Performing Calculations & Data Entry,6:15 pm.Sept.27 The library is located at 2902 W.Bearss Ave. and can be reached at (813) 273-3652. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Students have a chance to find out which college admissions test is better for them SAT or ACT at an event being held Saturday, Sept.10 in the cafeteria at Sunlake High, 3023 Sunlake Blvd.,in Land OLakes. The event begins at 9 a.m.and lasts until 1 p.m.and test-takers must bring a calculator and sharpened No.2 pencil. The practice test features a mixture of questions from both the SAT and ACT.After taking the test,the students will receive a detailed score report,with a side-by-side comparison of projected test scores. A follow-up will be held on Wednesday, Sept.28,where students can learn more about their strengths and weaknesses and can learn test-taking strategies to help them raise their scores.The sessions also include information about standardized testing and the college admissions process.Te follow-up session will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The cost to participate is $20.To sign up or for more information contact the Sunlake PTSA at sunlakeptsa@gmail.com. The Tampa Bay History Center,801 Old Water St.,in downtown Tampa is giving all Florida kindergarten through 12th-grade teachers free admission from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m.on Saturdays and Sundays through the month of September. Teachers must present valid school identification to gain free entry. For more information,visit www.tampabayhistorycenter.org or contact the History Centers Curator of Education,Julie Matus,at (813) 675-8981.Ed Morse Automotive Group recently collected new back-to-school supplies at four of its Tampa Bay-area dealerships to benefit children in need through the Hillsborough Education Foundation and the Pasco Education Foundation. Katherine M.Johnson,president of PascoHernando Community College,is the new chairwoman of The Florida College System Council of Presidents.The group is made up of all 28 institutions within the Florida College System.It works to resolve common issues,share resources,implement best practices and explore collaborative initiatives.The council also helps set system priorities and helps the state Department of Education to develop a strategic plan and establish budgeting priorities,among other things. Devin Stubbs,of Lutz,has earned a $2,000 academic scholarship from the Alliance for Affordable Services.Stubbs indicated he would be attending Florida State University this fall. Registration is now open for the Saturday, Oct.22 ACT achievement test.Students who want to take that test must register before Friday,Sept.16,unless they want to pay a late fee.To register or get more information visit www.actstudent.org or pick up a registration form in the high school counseling office. The ACT is a curriculum-based achievement exam.It tests what students have actually learned in school,not their aptitude for learning.Returning to school after a summer break or beginning school for the first time can be stressful for children,according to Renaye Thornborrow,author of Adventures in Wisdom. So,here are some tips that Thornborrow offers to help avoid or reduce that stress: --Discuss and manage concerns.Give children a chance to voice their concerns about going back to school.Once theyve shared those concerns,brainstorm solutions with them. --Discuss and visualize the positive aspects of the change.Have kids visualize the positive aspects of going to school,such as seeing old friends or meeting new ones;learning new subjects;taking field trips and so on. --Celebrate and honor the change.Parents can schedule a special event to help kids mentally prepare for the transition,such as a back to school party,a special family dinner or another celebration to help children to embrace the new school year.Florida schools that want to receive salad bars for their cafeterias can apply at www.saladbars2schools.org. Produce for Kids and Publix Super Markets are joining with Lets Move Salad Bars to Schools to support the donation of salad bars to schools in Alabama,Georgia, Florida,Tennessee and South Carolina. Lets Move Salad Bars to Schools is a public health initiative to donate salad bars to schools across the country in order to increase childrens fruit and vegetable consumption and improve child nutrition. Schools can visit the Lets Move Salad Bars to Schools website at www.saladbars2schools.org to learn more and submit an application.All applications must be submitted online and have the approval of the schools foodservice director, superintendent and principal. An individual school can apply for one salad bar or a district can apply for the total number of salad bars needed.Schools recognized as HealthierUS Challenge Schools are given top priority. Time is running in a contest to win a $25,000 classroom makeover from Macys. Teachers,parents and students age 13 and older can nominate a kindergarten through 12th-grade classroom.To enter,visit and likeFacebook.com/macys and follow the instructions on the sweepstakes tab. Entries must be received by Saturday,Sept. 10.A winning classroom will be selected at random on or about Sept.30. Molly Elizabeth Reissmann of Lutz was named to the Dean's List for the spring 2011 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.Reissmann is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.To qualify for the honor,students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units. The Museum of Science and Industry will have a fundraiser gala to present its National Hispanic Scientist of the Year Award in October. The event will be at 7 p.m.on Saturday, Oct.22 at the museum,4801 E.Fowler Ave. Tickets will be $150 per couple and $80 per individual.Sponsorships are $10,000 for platinum; $5,000 for gold;and $2,500 for silver.MOSI, along with presenting sponsor Bright House Networks,has selected their National Hispanic Scientist of the Year,Cristian Samper, director of the Smithsonian Institutions National Museum of Natural History. STIHL has you coveredwith protective apparel and accessories. THIS SEASON I WANT SOMETHINGRELIABLE STIHLusa.comAvailable at participating dealers while supplies last. 2011 STIHL$00000FS 45 TRIMMEREasy-to-use, well-balanced trimmer for homeowner use MS 170 CHAIN SAWDesigned for occasional wood-cutting tasks around the home Bar lengths may vary by region. Proven handheld blower at an affordable price BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER$00000 $00000 ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. 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A true hero and perfect example of a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and Christian. She will truly be missed by her husband, Russell Cockerham Son, Jerry & Dot Cockerham of Murphy, NC. Daughter, Gloria & Ronnie Efird of Deland, FL. Grandchildren, Michael McBeth, Tracey Devonne Tousley, Jameson Delitta, Adam & Andrea Shefferman and many Great grandchildren. Her sister Donna France, and brother, Kenneth McCreary. She was proceded in death by her precious daughter, Janalee McBeth and grandson Augustus Shefferman.In lieu of flowers give to preservation of historic Lutz Elementary School house, or Hospice.

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Whats HappeningWhat s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Sheriff Chris Nocco will be speaking to the Rotary Club of Land OLakes on Monday, Sept.12 at noon.Central Pasco residents are encouraged to attend and listen to Sheriff Nocco discuss his vision of the future and Pasco County.The lunch presentation will be held at noon at Hungry Harrys Lakehouse at 3116 Land OLakes Blvd.For more information,contact Randy Gailit at (813) 918-3027 or at randy@gailit.com.The Odessa Organic Market will feature greenvendors,live music and more at its Green After Dark event on Saturday,Sept.17 from 5-9 p.m.A portion of the proceeds will go to Lifting up Kai,to support a local child facing leukemia.The market is located at 8701 Gunn Highway.For more information,call John Ciani at (813) 9448654 or email odessaorganic@gmail.com. The 2011 golf tournament to support the Benedictine Sisters of Florida will be on Friday,Sept.30 starting at 1 p.m.at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel.A lunch will precede the event at 11:30 a.m., with awards following at 5:30 p.m.The day also includes putting contests and other prizes.Sponsorships are available.The event benefits the Benedictine Sisters of the Holy Name Monastery in Saint Leo.For information and registration,call Faith Pridmore at (352) 588-8320.The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel will be hosting Fashions Night Out on Thursday,Sept.8 from 6-9 p.m.The Shops at Wiregrass ultimate fashion competition, Project Style,draws to a close as five finalists compete for a chance to be named the Wiregrass Top Trendsetter for 2011.One grand-prize winner will be selected and awarded a $1,000 Shops at the Wiregrass shopping spree.Guests will also have the opportunity to receive free samples,store discounts,win door prizes and one winner will receive a wardrobe makeover.For more information,visit www.theshopsatwiregrass.com, www.fashionsnightout.com or call (813) 994-4010.The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is holding its second annual Clay Shooting Event on Saturday,Sept.10.The cost is $90 to register and includes lunch;separate lunch tickets are available for $10. Registration is at 8 a.m.and the event starts at 9 a.m.Awards will be presented at lunch for the first place team,second place team, highest lady shooter,highest male shooter and the worst team.The contest will take place at 10514 Ehren Cutoff,Land OLakes. Tickets are available at the chamber office at 2810 Land OLakes Blvd.For more information,call the chamber at (813) 9092722.The Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope will hold its Look Good Feel Better Support Group on Wednesday,Sept.14 at 3:30 p.m. The group meets the third Wednesday of every month from 3:30-5:30 p.m.The meetings take place at the Florida Cancer Institute-New Hopes Spring Hill Center located at 10441 Quality Drive,Suite 203,in the Medical Arts Building next to Spring Hill Hospital.For more information,call Peggy Beckett,support group facilitator,at (352) 688-7744.The United Way of Pasco County kicks off the 2011 Campaign at a breakfast event on Thursday,Sept.8 from 8-9:30 a.m.at the F.O.P.Pasco County Sheriffs Lodge located at 21705 YMCA Camp Road in Land OLakes.Breakfast will be available from 8 to 8:30 a.m.,after which the meeting will begin.Tickets to attend will be $10 and reservations are requested by emailing kwright@unitedwaypasco.org.The East Pasco Association of Realtors is participating with realtors across Florida to set the record for largest business lesson with multiple venues.The topic is on Realtor Safety and Security and is kicking off Realtor Safety Month.The community is invited to participate because the course provides the education,tools and resources necessary to create safe workplace environments while instilling awareness and empowerment in individuals.The event is free to attend and will be held at Alice Hall in Zephyr Park in Zephyrhills on Friday, Sept.9 from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.The second annual Larry Crosby Memorial Golf Tournament is on Saturday,Sept.10.The four-person scramble tees off at 1 p.m.,with registration starting at noon.The tournament takes place at the Silverado Golf and Country Club at 36841 Clubhouse Drive in Zephyrhills.The cost is $50 per person. Proceeds will benefit the Larry Crosby Fund which provides financial assistance to families of children and youth who cannot afford the costs associated with attending church camps,going on mission trips,and attending retreats.For more information or to register,please contact Jerry Tadlock at (813) 782-5645 or youth.fumc@verizon.net.The 46th annual Tampa Boat Show will be this weekend,Sept.9-11.Its a chance for on-the-water enthusiasts to view,board and shop bargains on hundreds of the newest boats and marine accessories.The boat show also offers educational attractions for boaters of all ages and experience levels, including appearances by the Harris brothers from the show,Deadliest Catch. The show runs Friday,Sept.9 and Saturday, Sept.10 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.On Sunday, Sept.11,it will go from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.It will be held at the Tampa Convention Center on 333 South Franklin St.Tickets are $10 for adults (16 and older) and free for kids 15 and under.All military personnel,EMTs,fire fighters and police get in free on Sept.11 with valid IDs.For more information,call 954-441-3227 or visit tampaboatshow.com.The Womans Club of Zephyrhills will be having a welcome social on Friday,September 9 from 1-3 p.m.at the Clubhouse,38549 Fifth Avenue.Any woman who is interested in enjoying fellowship through community service and social activities is invited to attend.Lunch will be served.No experience is necessary just a willingness to make new friends while helping the community.Contact Linda at (813) 377-9816 or Janet at (813) 9071716 for more information. Preferred Referrals Networking Inc.,a nonprofit organization,is sponsoring Bowling for Birds on Sunday,Sept.25 from 2-5 p.m.at Royal Lanes Bowling Alley in Lutz.The event is a fundraiser for The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary, which was established as a solution for pet birds that are unadoptable,abused or were released by owners.The goal of the group is to build large flight aviaries where birds can interact with their own kind,fly and just be a bird. The group is looking for interested bowlers and businesses for lane sponsorships.The cost per bowler is $20,which includes three games,shoes and a $10 food and beverage voucher per team.All profits will go to The Florida Exotic Bird Sanctuary.Event chairwoman Les Saland said the goal is to raise $1,000 at the event.To sign up or for more information,call Saland at (813) 995-0292.For more information on the sanctuary,visit www.flabirdsanctuary.com. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Community SportsCommunity Sports The Pasco Police Athletic League (PPAL) explored a merger with a larger organization this year,but Sheriff Chris Nocco made it clear any possibility is off the table. The Pasco Sheriffs Office Police Athletic League is going to stay intact, Nocco said.Were not going to merge with any other league and from this point forward were going to try and expand even bigger. Nocco cited adding a team in the Wiregrass/Wesley Chapel area.Then in a few years PPAL might include other sports for the first time in the leagues 38-year-history. When times get better and we have the opportunity,we would like to go to another sport,Nocco said.Maybe its basketball, maybe its baseball and softball,but we want to expand this opportunity for our kids. Talk of a merger started in the spring. Right around that time,the Wesley Chapel Bulls and West Hernando Cougars,which had been part of PPAL,joined the Mid Florida Football and Cheerleading Conference.In addition,several adult leaders from the Dade City Pirates split off to form a program with the same name that now plays in Mid Florida. Despite the small setback,league executive director Tim Couet is confident about the future of the Pirates. That program has a lot of community support and backing from businesses in the area,Couet said.Thats an area that can really use a league like PPAL and were excited about offering it to those kids. Couet said the league has received approval from the county to build a secondary football field at the Pirates home at Stanley Park. Merger talks involved making sure the league would continue in some form while also giving kids the chance to play in regional and state championships within Mid Florida. The overwhelming desire of the parents to keep the league local killed those talks,Couet said.The parents, coaches and league directors wanted to keep things local. That idea of keeping teams local has been a major emphasis for PPAL for years.When Lutz Chiefs moved from PPAL to the Tampa Bay Youth Football League (TBYFL) in 2010,it dropped the number of PPAL teams to nine.Couet said the league looked at adding a team from Clearwater to give them an even 10 clubs,but decided against it because of the distance.Travel would have been even greater with Mid Florida.It goes back to community, Nocco said.The fact that our parents would have to travel 30 miles,50 miles,maybe even two-hour trips outside of Pasco County.People want to stay within the county. Couet said PPAL also wanted to maintain its very strict background checks,something Mid Florida could not provide. We probably have one of the highest standards for background checks for coaches and for anyone who participates in the league adult-wise because we want our children to be safe,Nocco said.So there were some other leagues that we explored,but they did not have the higher standards that we do. As the sheriff, Nocco sees a connection with sports and keeping kids away from trouble. From our standpoint theres no better way to do crime prevention than to get these kids early and give them a skill,learn about teamwork,learn about competition and learn just how to succeed in life,Nocco said. Nocco also has a special connection to football.He was an offensive lineman in high school and played left tackle for the University of Delaware.While at the Division I program,he was one of the biggest members of the Blue Hens at 6-foot-4,270 pounds. Nocco,who was an academic AllAmerican in college,said he learned about hard work and coming together as a team while at Delaware.Couet said it is hugefor PPAL to have a sheriff with experience in football. Nocco has fond memories playing football at Delaware that is except for one game in 1997 against Marshall University.He said he gave up at least three sacks in the contest while a redshirt junior. And it may have been more,Nocco said with a laugh.The Marshall game was really bad. The competition on the Marshall squad was tough,including long-time NFL players Randy Moss and Chad Pennington. That team was loaded,Nocco said. Nocco attended PPALs annual preseason jamboree and plans to make it out to several more games this year to offer more support to the clubs. PPAL now has seven teams,which include the Land OLakes Gators,Zephyrhills Bulldogs,New Port Richey Buccaneers, Crews Lake Cowboys,Hudson Cobras, Trinity Mustangs and the Pirates.Couet said the group has about 1,200 football players and cheerleaders ages 5-14.Couet said the sheriffs office contributes about $5,000 a year to the league. The PPAL Super Bowl will be in Hudson on Nov.19.For more information on the league,visit www.pascopal.org.PPAL remains intact Most cross country teams that lose their top three runners expect to take a step back,but the Steinbrenner boys are not like most teams. Last year,the Warriors won the Class 2ADistrict 5 championship and finished as the state runner-up in the programs second season. Right after the season we had an award ceremony in the gym and we left with a goal from that night one better,said second-year Steinbrenner coach Bobby McConnell,who coached at Gaither in 2009 following eight years at Leto.The goal for this year is to win state and I think were right in the conversation.I think we have a shot because of what the kids have done this summer. The squad lost team-captains Alex Newby and twin brothers Matt and Dan Sarver to graduation.All three runners consistently finished 5-kilometer courses in less than 17 minutes. Theres been a rumor that were rebuilding,but were basically reloading,said junior Zach Lima.Were expecting to do well at state.I think weve had a great summer.We have eight really great runners and I think we can win state.Thats my goal. Zach,whose personal record (PR) is 16:38,is one of the Warriorscurrent captains along with twin brother Tyler. We got second,so we tasted what its like to be on the podium,but we want to take that next step up,said Tyler,whose PR is 16:35.This summer there was more getting up early every morning and working harder. Rounding out the captain spots this year is junior Chris Cerreta,who has that same confidence as the Lima twins. Coming off my freshman year we didnt do as much running,Cerreta said.Last year we did a lot more,and I feel a lot stronger now than a year ago. A lot of the confidence comes from a more difficult training regimen this summer. This year our coaches have preached to us if you want to win,you have to do the uncommon,Zach said.Weve had a lot of guys out there doing uncommon things and giving it their all.I think it speaks to what our program can be to have 15 kids out there all summer in the heat. Zach said some of those workouts stressed running as a team to build camaraderie.It also included running to meet specific times on certain days,going on 10mile runs on others and also mixing in more workouts to build strength. Tyler said every one of the runners bought into the increased workload during the summer,with at least 15 of them logging more than 500 miles. Last year we couldnt do the things were doing right now,Tyler said.Were pushing that up and were also making sure we come back together as a team.We lost a lot of seniors,so we want to make sure were a tight team. McConnell gives all the credit for the summer program to his new captains.I thought we had three solid captains last year,McConnell said.I think what we have with these captains is a little bit different style.The other guys were very hard workers,but these guys are all about the running and getting the whole team better. They got the team training this summer, and thats a big part of being a good captain.One challenge for the Warriors is adjusting to a new district and classification 3A-8 with schools like Gaither,Sickles and Chamberlain. Last year we were a large-population school in 2A because of where they put us, Zach said.Now were running with schools that are just as big as us.It adds to the pressure,but we want to run against the best competition in the state. The pressure also comes with expectations from the squads state runner-up performance last year. Its really exciting,and it puts a positive type of pressure on you,Cerreta said. Youre expected to do well,and it gives you more of a competitive edge.You want to give your school more of a name. McConnell relishes that opportunity to make Steinbrenner a place known for its runners. Its been a real joy and Im happy for the opportunity,McConnell said.Coming in I knew the team had a chance to be very good.We probably exceeded my expectations last year.Were going into it with a totally different attitude this year.I really think this team has the potential to compete for state.We have a great group and that really makes it rewarding. The Warriorsfirst race is on Friday,Sept. 9 at Ed Radice Park in Odessa.Warriors not satisfied as state runner-up

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Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 ODESSAOpen Market OpenMarketcontact John Ciani8701 Gunn Hwy 813-944-8654south end of Village Shopping Centerodessaorganic@gmail.com Open Market OpenMarket Open MarketFARMERS MARKET Over 20 Vendors, Live Entertainment & A BEER VENDORSUNDAYSeptember 11th10am-3pmCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 SPORTS The Steinbrenner volleyball team gave Plant a serious scare on Sept.1,but the fivetime defending state champion survived against the host Warriors 25-17,18-25,12-25, 25-21,15-12. It was right there in our hands,said Steinbrenner coach Jennifer Graham.We had a game plan all along and I think we played well.I had nothing really to say at the end to them except if youre not upset then youre not an athlete because that was a hard fought match between two good teams. Steinbrenner (1-1) had played Plant (2-0) three times in the last two years,all straightset victories for the Panthers.However,a pre-season scrimmage between the two squads showed the Warriors they could play with the Panthers. We beat them in a scrimmage this summer,and I think thats what took the fear away for us coming in,Graham said.The last two years weve come in scared.We werent scared.We came in with confidence and we showed them that we meant business. The start of the first set was fairly even between the two squads,with Plant having a slim 10-9 lead.Then the Panthers scored nine of the next 10 points to stretch the advantage out for good. Steinbrenner appeared to be a different team from the start of the second set through the third.The Warriors took early leads they never gave up in those sets,but Graham said they didnt change much after the first. Things just started to click,Graham said.I think they might have needed a little warm-up to feel out their blockers and the speed. The Warriors were bothered by illegal rotation calls in the contest.They were called for six in the match,including two in the final set. Two Warriors set single-match records for the third-year program in the contest.Senior outside and right side hitter Miranda Powells 20 kills are the most for any Warrior in a match,as were sophomore setter Casey McLeans 48 assists.Senior libero Cary Anne Bame posted 20 digs in the match,while junior outside and middle hitter Madison Seuzeneau had 18 kills. The Warriors play at Sickles on Wednesday,Sept.7 after the junior varsity (JV) match.They will play their first Class 7A-District 9 contest on Thursday,Sept.8 at home against Wiregrass Ranch after JV plays. All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Plant outlasts Steinbrenner in five sets The Sunlake football team had no trouble handling an undersized Hudson squad,defeating the Cobras 48-0 at home in the Seahawksseason opener on Sept.2. Senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz went 8-for-8 passing with 215 yards and four touchdowns in the first half,including two scoring strikes each to Rashaud Daniels and Jamal Jones. Stoltz,who also added a rushing touchdown,was rested in the second half. The Seahawks (1-0) had 371 yards of total offense, including Daniels and Jones adding 122 and 83 receiving yards respectively. Running back Jerome Samuels had nine carries for 85 yards and one touchdown. Sunlake had little trouble in shutting out Hudson (0-1),holding the Cobras to just 39 yards of offense. The Seahawks travel to Wiregrass Ranch (0-1) on Friday,Sept.9 at 7:30 p.m. Sunlake slams Hudson 48-0

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POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? Lutz Patriots Still Need Your Help . I Want To Help The Lutz Patriots Ship Packages to Our Troops Overseas$10 Donation $25 Donation Please make checks payable to:U.S.Post MasterMail to:Lutz Patriots P.O.Box 1115 Lutz,FL 33549100% of your donation goes to support the troops.$50 Donation $100 Donation The Pasco County Commission has reached an agreement with the Land O Lakes Lightning swimming club to keep the public pool at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex open. Commissioners and the countys Parks and Recreation Department director Rick Buckman had all but decided to close the pool,along with another facility in Hudson, to help meet the county budget for the next fiscal year. However,the Lightning reached a deal to take over much of the operating costs of the pool,pledging about $100,000 per year. Thats about what it takes to run a pool,said club president Brett Ewald. Thats a workable amount.We havent raised fees for our team and I know from doing this for more than a year we can handle that.I would stress that you need a team of this size to take on something like this.A 150-kid team does generate enough revenue to operate a pool.You need a big group. Ewald said the 16-year-old club has swimmers from Land OLakes,Lutz,Odessa and as far east as Wesley Chapel and Zephyrhills. Ewald didnt want to see budget concerns drain away an opportunity for young swimmers,as well as those just looking to cool off. It started out as a way to keep it opened for our swim team and for the two high school teams that use it,Ewald said.Its pretty important for all the neighborhoods around there to have the pool running.Id hate to have seen it just disappear. The deal allows both Sunlake and Land OLakes high schools to continue using the facility for practices and home swimming meets. Buckman said public use will also remain,but with an increase in admission costs from $2 to $3 for children and from $3 to $4 for adults per day.He added operating hours will likely be cut slightly.Well be doing the lessons now instead of the county,but other than that everything else stays intact, Ewald said.We will be handling the maintenance, water quality and repairs to the pool less than $2,500.The county will handle any repairs that cost more than $2,500.The commission narrowly agreed to keep the Hudson pool open by a 3-2 vote, but there is no similar organization that has stepped forward to run the west Pasco site.The parks department has already had to close two county pools in the last year,one in New Port Richey and the other,the Hercules Aquatic Center,in Zephyrhills. The Zephyrhills Police Athletic League (ZPAL) agreed to run the east Pasco facility, but the county reversed that deal after the organization racked up thousands of dollars in debt. Ewald said he has seen what the operating costs are and,along with funding from the county,will be able to keep the Land O Lakes pool open without the issues that arose in Zephyrhills. Buckman said he is confident about the deal with the Lightning. and have a real nice hobby and also do something good for the county,Ranker said.Commissioners did say some measures would need to be added to the land-use change to make sure neighbors,especially those with young children,are safe from bees.Jerry Hayes,chief of the apiary section of the Florida Department of Agriculture,said having more beekeepers could be a positive thing not only for those who crave honey, but also for the environment. Beekeepers raise European honeybees, not the more aggressive Africanized bees, Hayes said. Hayes explained European bees which can have as many as 60,000 insects per hive were domesticated hundreds of years ago,a process that breeds a very docile animal that produces a lot of honey. District 2 Commissioner Victor Crist, who represents Lutz and much of northern Hillsborough,was especially concerned with how close the hives could be to neighbors. What if someone sprays the hive with something,Crist said.What could happen? Crist said he would like beekeeping to be limited to people who have at least 20,000 square feet of land,with the hives near the center to limit contact with other people.He also wants people in neighboring properties to be notified when bees are being kept near them. Beekeeping proponents disagree with Crists proposal. Sizing the lot at 20,000 square feet would basically knock it out of most residential areas,said association member Becky Weliczko. Commissioners agreed to force those keeping bees in residential areas to register with the state and have their hives inspected,that is if they approve the land-use change.They would also have to keep beehives 25 feet from property lines,or just 10 feet if there is a 6-foot-high fence or hedge around the lot. In neighboring Pasco,beekeeping can only be done in areas zoned for agriculture, according to county Extension Agnet BJ Jarvis.Ordinancies may change based on city governments. Hayes said many people incorrectly believe all bees are overly aggressive,but only the Africanized variety have earned the nickname killer bees. Africanized bees originally lived in a portion of south Africa that had a lot of predators and other bugs that competed with them for food,Hayes said.Because of that,they are very,very aggressive. Africanized bees also produce much less honey because the colony eats more of the product to fuel their fast metabolism and aggressive behavior. Africanized bees were first brought to South America in 1957 and later came to Florida via boats with fruit shipments,according to Hayes.The more aggressive variety,along with other environmental pressures,has effectively wiped out wild European bees. Having more people keeping European honeybees will give the Africanized bees competition,and that could keep their population in check,Hayes said.Also,if European drones (male bees) mate with queens from African hives,that could make them less aggressive.That might help bring some balance back and help pollinate natural and cultivated plants. Hayes said the number of beekeepers in the state has increased from 600 to 2,100 during the last five years,which produce 17 million pounds of honey annually. County planners are asking for suggestions at a public hearing on Sept.15.The commissioners would make a final vote at a Nov.3 meeting. Those interested in learning how to start their own beehives can find information on the Tampa Bay Beekeepers Associations website,www.tampabaybeekeepers.com. Additional information is available at the states agriculture departments website at www.freshfromflorida.com. Holloways Farm Supply,3030 US 41 in Land OLakes,also has supplies to help people start beekeeping,as well as information for the novice honey enthusasit.For more information,call (813) 949-6809. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Swimming team saves Land OLakes poolWeve learned a lot since what happened in Zephyrhills,Buckman said.We saw what happened there,and were going to do everything we can to make sure this is successful.Plus the Lightning are in a much better situation than ZPAL was a year ago. For more information on the Lightning, visit www.lollightning.org.

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Lenny Solt runs his Land O Lakes business, Image Painting of Florida, with a core value that he never compromises: Do what you say youre going to do. I believe this business philosophy is why we have continued to grow our company during the economic slowdown of the past few years, said Solt. Weve had absolutely record years in 2009, 2010 and now 2011. In fact, were 50 percent larger today than we were in 2006. Such growth is an amazing accomplishment for a company that works in construction, an industry that has seen many contractors go out of business since the housing bust began in 2008. We have not laid off a single person since we started our business in 2004, said Solt, whose company operates five crews. Almost all of our people have been with us five years or longer and we are skilled tradesmen. Working closely with Solt is general manager, Greg Coles, who sees that all employees and paint crews adhere to the company motto of doing what they promise. We always arrive at appointments on time and follow up with our customers as promised, said Solt. We stay on a job until it is completed and our quality control sees that every job is done as specified, on time and on budget. We want happy customers. Solt founded Image Painting in 2004 when the housing boom was going strong. Initially Image Painting worked with national builders painting new houses inside and out. The company soon expanded into commercial work for private industry and public institutions, including the Polk County School Board and the Tampa Port Authority, where the company recently painted the terminal for Carnival Cruise Lines. Solt added residential painting services this past year, targeting homes built in the past five to 10 years in the subdivisions along SR 54, US 41 and Bruce B Downs in Land O Lakes, Lutz and Wesley Chapel. To make it affordable for a family to spruce up their homes curb appeal, Image Painting will paint the front of a house for about 50 percent less than the cost of painting the entire house. Solt estimates the cost to paint the front of an average 1,800 sq. ft. home, including all doors, trim and garage door, is between from $900 and $1,200. This compares to $1,800 and $2,400 to paint the entire house. There is nothing wrong with waiting until later to paint the sides and back of a house, said Solt. In a perfect world you would paint the entire home in one shot, but we are certainly not living in perfect times right now so we developed an affordable solution for homeowners on a budget. Our solution allows homeowners to have us paint what they can afford now and enjoy an improved entrance and curb appeal. Image Painting is licensed, bonded and insured. When a homeowner hires our company, they can be assured that they are working with one of the highest regarded painting contractors in Tampa Bay, said Solt. Solt lives in Land O Lakes in the Oakstead community with his wife, Tobey, and their three school-aged children. I chose to expand into residential painting in the community where I live, said Solt. I want people to know they can trust me as their neighbor to provide top quality painting services at competitive prices. Reliability and quality are trademarks of Image PaintingSPRUCE UPYOUR HOMES CURB APPEALAT50% SAVINGS 813-220-7700 or 813-363-6015 www.ipofinc.com813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Gentle Dentistrywith a Womans Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND OLAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla EspaolExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310NEWPATIENTSPECIALonly$45a $257 valueRestrictions may apply*PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit No softball team from Wesley Chapel had ever made the Dixie World Series until the 2011 Angels showed up. The Angels went 4-2 at the World Series in South Hill,Va.,July 29-Aug 3,which included teams from 11 other states.The squad was representing Florida after winning the District 4 and state tournaments with a combined 8-1 record. The team,part of the Wesley Chapel Athletic Association (WCAA), came up one win short of the ultimate crown,but the Angels showed their town is one that should be taken seriously in the future.We wanted to help put Wesley Chapel on the softball map,said pitcher Logan Coward.We felt we had a good chance to win districts and compete at states,but to be runner-up at the World Series was a dream come true.Wesley Chapel was knocked out in districts the last two years by Spring Hill,the 2010 World Series champion.We knew this was our best chance to do something special,said pitcher Jordyn Kadlub.Two years ago after losing to Spring Hill in the district championship,we saw what it took to win.So we worked hard on pitching and the rest of our game year round for two straight years. The Angels had become accustomed to winning games comfortably,outscoring their opponents 78-5 at districts and states. The pitchers and defense kept the opposition off the bases,and the goal was to use that same method in the World Series.Our strategy in pitching was to try and save our top two pitchers Jordyn Kadlub and Logan Coward for the later games,assuming we won our early games in the tournament, said assistant Scott Kadlub,also Jordyns father.Everything worked out as we hoped, with Riley Baxter,Shelby Westbrook and Jordan Rosenberg pitching the majority of the innings in first three games.Two of the first three contests were nailbiters for Wesley Chapel,defeating tournament host South Hill 5-4 in extra innings,Georgia 4-0 and Tennessee 1-0. The Angels put up three runs in the first inning of their first contest against South Hill thanks to an RBI double by Jordyn and an RBI single by Melissa Wark.Wesley Chapels bats went cold from there,but the pitching kept the lead until South Hill tied it in the fifth. South Hill took the lead in the top of the sixth,but Wesley Chapel loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the frame. Rosenberg stepped up to the plate and delivered a two-run walk-off single.The Angels lost their fourth game to Louisiana 2-0,forcing them to come back from the losers bracket to earn a spot in the finals.Wesley Chapel defeated Tennessee 8-0 to secure its spot in the championship game.Unfortunately for Wesley Chapel,the rematch with Louisiana was nearly a carbon copy of the first meeting, with the Florida squad coming out on the short end of a 2-0 score.The Angels posted just two hits total in the two contests against Louisiana.Wesley Chapel pitchers threw 29 innings in the tournament,recording 45 strikeouts and posting three shutouts while allowing 13 hits and eight total runs in the six games. Our pitching staff was talked about throughout the tournament,Scott said.Not only our top two,but the fact that we had depth.Five pitchers who can throw hard and be consistent at this level. The Angels can take some satisfaction on who they lost to and what it might mean for the future of the program. We lost to the team that was runner-up last year,who had seven returning players from that team,Scott said.Our pitching ability kept us in every game and gave us a chance to win it all,but we just did not have enough strength batting against the better pitching teams to either put back-to-back hits together or force errors. For information on the WCAA softball league or the Angels,visit www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=wcaa. Wesley Chapel AngelsJordan Almasy Riley Baxter Chase Booker Logan Coward Jordyn Kadlub Baylie King Anna Margetis Paige Mulford Neely Peterson Jordan Rosenberg Melissa Wark Shelby Westbrook Will Coward,coach Scott Kadlub,assistant Scott King,assistant Mike Peterson,assistantAngels fly high at Dixie World Series Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comTheLaker / LutzNews

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Oak Hill Hospital,11375 Cortez Blvd. in Spring Hill,was recently given the inaugural Lantern Award by the Emergency Nurses Association.Only 20 hospitals received the honor and Oak Hill is the sole recipient in Florida.The award will be given annually to emergency departments that exemplify exceptional and innovative performance in the core areas of leadership,practice,education,advocacy and research.The designation is valid for two years.After then Oak Hill must reapply.For more information about Oak Hill, visit OakHillHospital.com. Owe IRS Taxes?WE CAN HELPStop the worry and procrastination15 years experience solving IRS problems Reputable CPA,IRS Enrolled Agent and NTPIFellow Endorsed by Dave Ramsey,best selling author and radio star813-855-54333812 West Linebaugh Avenue Carrollwood Brad S.Kanter,CPA www.kanterpa.com Visit our website and listen to client testimonials 813-317-50941850 Oak Grove Blvd LUTZ 4327 W. Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA Where Getting Fit is Sexy Pole Dancing Chair Dancing Sexy FlexibilityBUY 1 INTRO CLASS BRING A FRIEND FOR FREE ($15 VALUE)Sign up online or call Promo Code LAKER CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 8534 N. Nebraska Ave.933-2334 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm Sat 9am-5pmCarpet your entire houseup to 720 sq. ft. or 80 sq. yards$799.00 $6.99 per sq. yardCOMMERCIAL LOOP CARPET56ONLY sq.ft.$4.99 per sq. yardBERBER CARPET77ONLY sq.ft. Free In-Home Estimates Youll Adore Youll Adore Our Our FLOORS FLOORS AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING RUNNING OR NOT TITLE OR NO TITLE MON-SUN 9AM 9PM$400 $5,000 CASHFREE TOW 24/7 SE HABLA ESPAOL(352) 260-0144 www.WBCFast.com Dr.Jamie Mallah,a pediatrician,will lead a free class to help parents learn what to expect after bringing home a new baby.The course is on Thursday,Sept.8 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at St. Josephs Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz.To register,call (813) 443-3078.Snoring is a common problem experienced by many adults.The National Sleep Foundation estimates that approximately 37 million adults in the United States are chronic snorers.Habitual snorers can be at risk for serious health problems. Dr.Randall Latorre will lead a free class to discuss the health risks associated with snoring,as well as treatments.The course is on Tuesday,Sept.20 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at St.Josephs Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz.To register,call (813) 443-3078.Dr.Timothy Weber will discusses medical and surgical management of the most common male urological issues,such as andropause,erectile dysfunction and other mens health concerns,at a class at St.Josephs Hospital-North.The free class is on Wednesday,Sept.21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at the hospital,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz. To register,call (813) 443-3078.St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,offers a support group to women who may be experiencing postpartum depression or other perinatal mood disorders associated with pregnancy or birth.The next meeting is on Wednesday,Sept.14 from 7-8:30 p.m. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Moms can learn more about breastfeeding and its benefits to parent and baby during a class on Sunday,Sept.18 from 1-4 p.m.at St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa. Participants can learn how the body produces milk,as well as proper positioning for mother and baby.The cost is $5.To register, call (813) 443-3078.FIT 4 Baby is a program designed to strengthen the body for all changes it experiences during pregnancy.The free,60-minute class includes cardio,strength,flexibility and balance training.It is designed to accommodate all the stages of pregnancy and various fitness levels,and will be conducted at St. Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa.The courses run from 6:30-7:30 p.m.The next dates are on Monday,Sept.12 and on Monday,Sept.26. To register,call (813) 443-3078.St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,is adding new services for breastfeeding mothers.The facility offers an outpatient breastfeeding consultant by appointment to any mom at the hospital.The cost is $40.To register,call (813) 443-3078.St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,will host a two-hour class to review how to stay healthy and covers topics related to the second trimester of pregnancy.The cost is $20.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.Stroller Strides is a free,total fitness program that moms can do with their babies at St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa.It includes power walking and intervals of strength and body toning exercises using tubing,the stroller and the environment.The classes are taught by certified instructors. Those interested should arrive 15 minutes early to warm up.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.St.Josephs Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,will have a class to teach people how to perform CPR and choking rescue on infants and children according to American Heart Association guidelines. Participants must be at least9years old.The cost is $30 per person,or $55 per couple. The next class is on Tuesday,Sept.13 from 69 p.m.to register,call (813) 443-3078.St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa has a class for those who know they are having a C-section.The length of the class depends on the number of participants and their needs.A hospital tour is included.The cost is $30.For dates/times and to register,call (813) 443-3078.A new support group for people abused in psychotherapy has been established and will meet on Thursday,Sept.29 from 6-8 p.m. at the New Tampa Regional Library,10001 Cross Creek Blvd.in New Tampa.The group is called PAP and is designed to provide emotional support,information and to promote advocacy.For more information,call (813) 907-3227.Light refreshments will be served.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first come,first served basis.Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com.HEALTH & WELLNESS Oak Hill Hospital nationally recognized

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HOMES FOR SALENO NEIGHBORSin back. 1997 3/2 dble wide on 2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Asking $100,000. Seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899BIG YARDDoublewide mobile home on 1+ acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities. $90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3/2/2 home on private culde-sac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining, Fenced yard. Was $139,900, now $134,900. Cody Adams 813-909-0712SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated sq ft Tons of extras in this home. Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-01012/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554IVY LAKES ESTATES2004 4/2/2 home with 2066 sq ft of living area. This gated community offers a soccer field, basketball court, volleyball net and playground. The home is well cared for with Berber carpet and tile, Delta faucets and a hydro massage tub in master bath. In Pasco County at Hillsborough County line. Home will sell quickly at $191,000! Call Faith Garcia today 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3603.3 PICTURESQUE MANUFACTURED HOME LOTS side by side in Kanawha Village. Septic, well and electric on site. Total Price for all three $45,900! Call Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, large view of lake. Beautiful sunsets. Cody Adams 813-909-0712WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $205,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023VACANT PROPERTYLAKEFRONTin Land O'Lakes, FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 MOBILE HOME LOTincluding septic and well in Land O'Lakes 132 x 123 just $28,000! Call Faith Garcia today! 813-503-6610S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843LAND O'LAKES LOT 132 x 123 just $28,000!Septic and well are already on the lot for your new mobile home! Call Faith Garcia at 813-503-66105 ACRE MOBILE HOME PARK ON U.S. 41 NORTH 12 existing licensed pads with septic, well, and electric! Create a community! $139,000 Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEOWN YOUR OWN RESTAURANT ON PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Sticky Fingers Restaurant, Old Florida Style House with wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDCOMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712GOLF COURSE LOT in Quail Hollow on Country Club Drive. Beautiful treed lot 1+ acres $79,900. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE 3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land OLakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.comBUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 TR INITY Memorial Gardens CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM FUNERALSERVICES CREMATIONOPTIONS OUTOFSTATEBURIALSInformational S eminar : CREMATIONWednesday,Sept.14,2011 @ 10:00amLight refreshments served RSVP TO727-376-7824 813-920-4241www.trinitymemorial.comTRINITY MEMORIAL GARDENSS.R.54 Trinity,FLOnly 5 miles west of U.S.41 Pre-plannin g g availabl e e offerin g g grea t t savings Ron and Tamara Oakley,along with their daughters Ashley and Hannah Mae,gave a $10,000 check to the future Breast Health Center at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills.The family was allowed to name the Education Oasis Room in the new center in honor of Tamaras mother Ann Brooke Neukom, a breast cancer survivor. This gift was a family decision and was made with love in our hearts for Ann Brooke Neukom,who fought and won her battle against breast cancer, Ron Oakley said in a release.Ron recently announced he will run in the Republican primary next year for the Pasco Commission District 1 seat,which covers all of Zephyrhills and Dade City. Carolyn Sentelik,executive director of the hospitals Foundation,thanked the family for the contribution. The Oakley and Neukom families each have a long history with Florida Hospital Zephyrhills,and we couldnt be more pleased to continue their meaningful connection with our organization,Sentelik said in a release. The new Breast Health Center is set to open in the middle of 2012.It will allow patients to receive screenings,diagnostics,treatments and education related to maintaining and restoring breast health all in one location.Highlights of the center will include advanced technology,skilled and compassionate medical and clinical staff, easy access services and test results and diagnostics within hours of procedures being completed. A variety of other naming opportunities are still available.For more information on the Breast Health Center project and how to help,call the Foundation at (813) 783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org and click on the make a gifttab. Ables,Lillian Ann;born August 23 to Aaron and Christina Ables of Zephyrhills Allbritton,Aidden James;born August 26 to Jamie Allbritton of Dade City Bellante,Lucas Dale;born August 1 to Dale Bellante and Danielle Mosley of Zephyrhills Clementi,Alivia Marie;born August 27 to Jeremy and Brittany Clementi of ZephyrhillsDiaz,Leticia Dary;born July 28 to Jose Juan and Leticia Diaz of Dade CityEads,Makayla Michelle:born August 26 to Nathan Eads and Amber Franks of Zephyrhills Flores,Ariana Nevaeh;born August 16 to Christina Clare and Noe Flores Lazaro,Adelaida Korai;born July 31 to Joe and Jessica Lazaro Minton,Mason Logan;born August 27 to Jarod Minton and Donna Fagan of Dade CityShattuck,Dakota Dwayne;born August 3 to Judy Shattuck of Dade CitySmith,Jordan Michael;born August 16 to Joseph and Talisha Smith of Zephyrhills Spaulding,Cameron;born August 24 to Doug Spaulding and Ashley Carter of ZephyrhillsSummers,Mia Rose;born August 19 to David Summers and Tanya Greene Suriano,Aric Michael;born August 22 to Ryan Dougherty and Amber Suriano Tadlock,Makenzie Grace;born July 29 to Jerry and Melissa Tadlock of Dade City Way-Butler,Ezra;born August 19 to Chantel Way and Rhett Butler Austin,Jamar Nechiah;born July 16 to Darius Austin and Josephine Bowens of Dade City Caudill,Perry-James Mason;born July 7 to Amy Caudill of Dade City Cole,Kaidyn Xavier;born August 4 to Casey Cole and Sherese Hutchinson of Zephyrhills Cordero,Carson Bentley;born July 28 to Anthoney Cordero,Jr.and Heather Harris-Sabatelli of Dade City Danaher,Colin Edward;born August 11 to Michael Danaher and Jessica Hall of Dade City Davis,Jonathan Michael;born July 16 to Martin Davis,Jr.and Amy BlakePupo of Pasco County Douglas,Samuel Arthur;born July 14 to Richard Douglas and Chelsea Thompson of Dade City Drawdy,Quinn Matthew;born August 9 to David and Christine Drawdy of ZephyrhillsFree,Keaton Gene;born July 21 to Charles and Megan Free of Dade CityGarcia,Jasmine Sophia;born July 22 to Alfredo and Marie Garcia,Jr.of Dade CityGump,Archer Warren;born July 25 to Andrew and Faith Gump of Wesley Chapel Harris,Aryonna Lauren;born July 27 to Loren Harris and Jamelia Simms of Dade CityHeinlein,Calle Aryssa;born August 7 to Erik and Janys Heinlein of ZephyrhillsHicks,Nathan Andrew;born July 29 to Leonard Hicks,Jr.and Crystal Clayton of Zephryhills Montanye,Jr.,Joey Brandon;born July 28 to Joey Montanye and Jode Dixon of Zephyrhills Papke,Savannah Nicole;born August 9 to Derrick and Vicky Papke of Zephyrhills Quiles,Amillian Amor,born August 11 to Samuel Quiles and Erika Gonzalez of Zephyrhills Ramirez,Audrina Michelle;born July 21 to Ismael Ramirez and Lauren Ellis of Dade City Reyes,Jayden Christopher;born July 22 to Alejandro Reyes and Megan Simmons of Zephyrhills Scroggins,Rylan Wyatt;born July 19 to Jarod Scroggins and Lauren McIntosh of Dade City Sharnprapai,Carson Porter,born August to Andrew and Patricia Sharnprapai of Zephryhills Strickland,Kylie Sue;born July 29 to Danny Strickland,Jr.and Jennifer Gray of Zephyrhills Van Houten,Hunter Allen;born July 14 to Cody Van Houten and Crystal Carr of ZephyrhillsWhite,Addysen Josslyn;born July 20 to Billy and Roxanne White of Dade CityWilliams,Aiden John;born August 11 to Michael Williams and MelindaSue Rafuse of Zephyrhills Williams,Zaylah Lynn;born July 27 to Malcolm Williams and Chelsey Smith of Dade CityYoung,Lane Ashton;born August 4 to Darrell and Kelly Young of Zephyrhills the stork reportSend us your birth announcementsSend your birth announcements to:email:news@cnewspubs.com or mail to Community News Publications, PO Box 271880,Tampa,FL 33688-1880.Fax:(813) 909-2802. 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$600/mo.1/1 apartment w fireplace in Lutz. Upstairs unit w wrap porch. 949-7444 x123$600/mo.1/1 apartment w fireplace in Lutz. Downstairs unit w screened patio. 949-7444 x123$1000/mo.2/2.5 end unit townhouse in Riverview. Comm. pool. Joshua Smith 699-0588$1000/mo.2/2.5 Carrollwood townhouse. Comm. pool. W/D Rebecca Vazquez 810-0807$1295/mo.2/2 townhouse w 1 car garage & pond view in Temple Terrace. 949-7444 x123$1150/mo.3/2/1 w pond view in convenient LO'L area. W/D incl. Amy Manion 454-7139$1300/mo.Well appointed 2/2.5/1 townhouse in gated LO'L comm. w pool. Bob Peercy 629-4333$1200/mo.Cape Cod 2/2 in Tarpon Springs w upgrades. No side neighbors. Susan 610-0243$1075/mo.2/2 condo in Carrollwood has spacious rooms & XL screened balcony. Marisaida 900-9009$800/mo.2/1 third floor condo in gated Carrollwood community. Christy Laramay 451-6727 RENTALS Main 813-949-7444Espaol813-417-3529Toll Free800-922-5943 www.DennisRealty.com Lake Cooper!Custom 4/2.5/2 +pool located on a unique lakefront lot in a small, upscale gated community. Private boardwalk & dock. Upgraded kitchen & bathrooms, newer barrel tile roof, brick paver lanai w wet bar & pool bath. Separate workshop.Over 4 acres. Must see! $495k (ple)Oakstead! Beautiful, move-in ready 3/2/2 Villa in gated community. Maintenance free living w all the comforts of a single family home! Open/split floor plan w sliding glass doors to a private, screened lanai & fenced yard.Large eat in kitchen & more. Over 1600sf. $129.9k. (wey) Lutz Condo!One bedroom, one bath condo on first floor in Lakeview at Calusa Trace. Open, covered patio overlooking pond. Community offers pool, fitness, tennis & security. Great investment. Call today for more info or to schedule a showing. $49.9k.(woo)Low maintenance!Move in ready, 2/2/2 +den in gated Lexington Oaks village. Spacious open great room floor plan w neutral Berber carpet & ceramic tile. Kitchen w breakfast nook. All appliances included. Screened lanai great for relaxing. Recreational community. $129.9k.(gat) Great location!Mint condition, 4/2/2 in Eagle Crest. Spacious open, great room floor plan w vaulted ceiling, new laminate wood floors & French doors. Large kitchen & spacious master suite. XL fenced back yard w open patio. No CDD fees. $154k.(sil) Two for One!Upgraded 3/2 main house w attached, fully equipped guest cottage!EZ care wood laminate flooring, crown molding & bead board trim. Many NEW items such as toilets, septic drain field, fresh paint inside & out, water filtration system, well pump & more. Must see! $220k.(bar)Need space?Spacious mobile home built in 1989 is 40' long. A second, smaller mobile home also on property that is great for in laws, guests or tenants. 1.83 acres of mature oak trees w no back yard neighbors. Detached workshop in back. Must see! Only $91.7k(cau) Want privacy?Secluded 3/2 block home on over 2 wooded acres. Over 1500 sf of living space w neutral colors. Huge 54' x 12', fully covered, screened-in front porch, Spacious 24' x 13' Workshop complete w electric & more.Lots of trees including oaks & citrus. $164.9k.(cle)Plantation Palms!Beautiful 4/3/3 +bonus+ screened lanai w built in spa on 2nd green of golf course. Huge, open kitchen boasts numerous upgrades. XL family room overlooks lanai & golf course. Tile floors thru out main living areas. Three way split plan. Low HOA/No CDD. $262k(din) Willow Bend!Move in ready 3/2/2 on conservation lot. Laminate wood & tile floors. You'll love the XL screened patio, sunroom w tile flooring, inside laundry, sitting room off master & more. Open kitchen/family combo and formal living/dining combo. No CDD & low HOA. $179k.(ste) Seminole!Well maintained 2/2/2 w many updates including Stanek vinyl windows, gas & electric HVAC unit, gas water heater, tile roof, wood flooring, newer carpet, newer garage door, fenced yard, over size game room, completely re-piped in 2006 & much more. $168.9k. (59th)Zephyrhills! Completely remodeled 3/2.5/2 home has new everything. New: ceramic tile & carpet, paint, 42" custom cabinets & granite counters & stainless steel appliances. Situated on nearly 5 acres w a huge concrete block barn. Zoned agriculture. No CDD or HOA. $269k. (ria) New Port Richey!Amazing 3/2/2 home in great location!! Built in 1999. Nearly 2000 sf. & offers fresh interior paint & carpeting. Large family room w lots of windows overlooking private backyard w conservation views.Huge covered, screened lanai. $140k.(ana)Dade City! Spacious 2/2 mobile home w 2 car carport on half acre. Beautiful countryside views. Open floor plan w kitchen overlooking dining room. Large utility workshop, two screened patios, new carpeting, NEW 13sr 2.5 ton Trane AC & newer hot water heater!!Horses ok! $45k.(riv) Exceptional!Custom built 4/2.5/2 home on over 1 acre just 10 minutes from I-75!Beautiful home offers private office & features galore...central vac, crown molding, 600' wraparound covered porch, wood burning fireplace & so much more. Ask about more land too! $380k. (dar) Citrus Park Area!Absolutely gorgeous 6/4.5/2 +pool in mint condition w everything for the extended family including a comfortable mother-in-law apartment w its own private entrance, fireplace, kitchen & handicapped-equipped bathroom. Master suite on first floor.$389.9k.(pin)Lakefront Retreat!Beautiful 3/2 home w 180 ft of lake frontage on Byrd Lake in N Tampa. Trees include, palms, cypress & old oaks. This 20 acre private lake allows small power boats.Long gated driveway. Room for second house. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 It has been nearly a quarter of a century since Alfred Lanus has put his work on public display. But the impressionist,who lives in Dade City,will be making up for that in a big way this month when he puts on a one-man show at the HiBrow Art Gallery.A meet-the-artist public reception is planned for Saturday,Sept.10,from 7-10 p.m.at the gallery,a division of the Dade City Center for the Arts,Inc.The works will remain on display during normal gallery hours throughout the month of September.Lanus,who used to routinely lunch with the surrealist Salvadore Dali when the artist was living in New York,was invited to display his works at HiBrow by Stuart Marcus, the gallerys event director. Marcus,who has a gallery at HiBrow,is a renowned wildlife photographer who has captured images of animals in the wild on all seven continents. Marcus said his wife,Jeanette,an assistant tennis director at Lake Jovita,told him about Lanus. Lanus told Jeanette:I paint a little.He invited the Marcuses to come see some of his work. I was absolutely floored,Marcus said. My honest feeling is what I see in the impressionistic style is as good as anybody in the 20th century and in the early part of the 21st,and hes still painting today,Marcus said.I think as other people see it,it will move from our gallery to others. The last showing of Lanuswork was in 1977 at the Bacardi Gallery in Miami.Before that,he had three exhibits at galleries in Manhattan,between 1960 and 1970. Marcus said HiBrow is fortunate to be putting on the exhibit. I think its significant for this area.I think its significant for the Bay area.I think its significant,perhaps for the nation and perhaps in the art world. The man has traveled.He is a gentleman.He is an artist of the top flight,Marcus said. Lanus,83,continues to create art in a studio area within his home and isnt one to boast about his work.With the exception of Dali,Lanus said he never met an artist who proclaimed himself to be great. Lanus said he uses his art to evoke a mood. For instance,in the painting he calls Rescue at Lands End,he shows a dramatic rescue effort amidst crashing waves.Theres a sense of wind and fury. The scene was much different than the day he visited Lands End,which is in England. It was a beautiful,sunny day and I did a sketch with Lands End,with the lighthouse to the left.Somehow,I decided to make it into a storm.So,everything underneath all those waves is there as it would be. Physically,its all there,but its all covered up with the storm,Lanus said. He has painted scenes from around the world,in some cases,painting landscapes in others,capturing action. His interest in art dates back to his childhood days in Argentina. From school days,I was always sketching,he said. But his father,who was in charge of the Bank of London in Buenos Aires at the time,wasnt keen on the prospect of his son pursuing a career in art. So,Lanus found other ways to earn a living and continued honing his skills as an artist. He initially came to the United States for a visit when he was 19 and then came back two years later because of political strife in Argentina. He wound up living in Erie,Pa., where he took art classes from a professor named Joe Plavcaf.Lanus was impressed by the teachers ability to inspire good work from his students. He was teaching boys who came back from the war (World War II).Youd see a beautiful girl who would be modeling. Some of these soldiers would just make a square or a round thing with dots. But a year later,they were painting beautifully.They were doing wonderful work. I was very enthused.I went there every day.Thats where I really started my great interest in painting. He moved back to New York,where he struck up a friendship with Ernesto Fairhurst,an equestrian and portrait painter. The funny thing,his dad and my dad were heads of the Bank of London in Argentina,Lanus said,but he didnt meet Fairhurst until both of the artists were living in New York. Fairhurst moved to London and Lanus decided to follow. Lanus eventually returned to New York, where he lived on East 82nd Street for about 30 years. While there,he got involved in the art scene.Lanus said his style is inspired by the work of J.W.Turner,who created impressionistic works during the latter part of his career.I consider him the father of impressionism.He died 200 years ago,Lanus said. Because Lanus didnt rely on his art for his income,he said he didnt have to give awayhis works.He did manage to sell a number of pieces over the years,though. He became acquainted with Dali through Mafalda Davis,a woman Lanus was involved with for a number of years. Every weekend,wed go to see Salvador, at the hotel.Salvador was living at the St. Regis Hotel,Lanus said. The trio would have lunch and chat, Lanus said.Dali,a surrealist who gained worldwide acclaim,was infamous for his eccentric behavior. He lived up to that billing,Lanus said.He was something,I tell you.He was crazy. Lanus recalled an occasion when Dali hired a double-decker bus and took about 20 of his friends for a ride in Manhattan. He had the bus stop.We stopped at 57th and Park Avenue. He had buckets and buckets of champagne.He stopped all of the traffic,Lanus said. The police didnt do anything.He got away with it,Lanus said. Marcus said the gallery is an excellent venue to show off Lanusworks. 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