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Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE OCTOBER 5,2011 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) Saturday and Sunday, Oct.15 & 16 10 to 5 GROVE ATWESLEY CHAPEL I-75 AND SR 54 Fun for the whole family!Battle of the Wings Kid’s Pageant  Hay Rides Custom Car Show  Crafts Beer Garden  Live Music Swivel Ballet celebrates 10 year reunionThe Swivel Ballet originally appeared in The Laker on Nov. 2, 1994. From left, Sue Taylor, Christy Girk, Vicki Anderson, Nancy Delgatto, Katherine Engstrom and Anita Krossik. (Photo courtesy of Vicki Anderson) Story and photos,page 15.County picks after-school park sitesBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comHillsborough commissioners have identified 18 locations for the county's revamped after-school program,including Nye Park in Lutz. In July,commissioners voted 4-3 to eliminate the program run by the Hillsborough Parks,Recreation and Conservation Department to save $7.5 million but reversed that decision in August. County parks director Mark Thornton came up with a plan to reduce the number of locations for the program from 42, while reducing the cost from $48 to $38 for one week. "We wanted to find a way to keep the program," Thornton said."The number of kids has dropped from 6,000-1,880 during the last few years, and we hope centralizing locations and dropping the cost will bring the numbers back." The scaled-down program is called Rec2Six,which reflects the hours of operation from 2-6 p.m.and the focus on keeping kids active,according to county spokeswoman Kemly Green. "Rec2Six is an evidence-based,outcome-oriented recreation component that improves a child's quantity and quality of physical activity,motor skills,movement knowledge and peer interaction,"Green said."The program measures fitness improvements throughout the year.The program also provides seasonal sports,fitness activities,art programs and special activities." The original plan was to have Rec2Six at 30 county sites,but the parks department decided against many of the locations because attendance was not large enough to warrant inclusion.The department can drop any center from the program if fewer than 25 kids are enrolled there. The new program started on Oct.3,the first day of the new fiscal year.Thornton said the operating cost for Rec2Six will likely be about half of the original program. The commission has given the parks department until next June to make Rec2Six self-sufficient.It wanted to eliminate the program to help close a $50 million budget shortfall. Commissioner Ken Hagan was one of the loudest supporters of cutting the program,stating it is "broken"and unable to exist without major taxpayer subsidies.He The beauty of butterfliesPage 2St.Joseph's big honorPage 6Warriors sweep WhartonPage 11 INSIDE By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThey come from all walks of life. There's a home inspector,a banker,a real estate agent and travel agent,to name just a few. Their background and experiences are varied,but they have some things in common:They're women,they are engaged in business,and they enjoy sharing what they know with each other. These women are members of Women-nCharge,Inc.,a group that meets once a month to gain exposure for their businesses and to help each other grow professionally and personally. The group began as the dream of Christine Cooper,who wanted to put together a group that would support women in business. "I heard about the group from another networking group,"said Anne Childers,a member since 2006. "I was invited by another young lady," said Rosie Heim,an award-winning Avon representative.She said the woman told her that joining the organization would give her a great way to meet other women and expand her business. It turned out to be all that and more, Heim said. "I love the ladies.I belong to another group as well,Lutz Land O'Lakes Woman's Club.That is my giveback to the community group. "I do this (belong to Women-n-Charge) for me.I need this.I need the ladies.They're all women in business.They're teaching me a lot,"Heim said. "When we have speakers,it is only telling you how you can make yourself better.You can grow outwardly in your business,or you can grow inside,"Heim added. Loran Tripp,who joined the group in January,said the group is unlike others she's joined. "All of us belong to other networking groups and many times,you get a lot of overlapping of the same people,"said Tripp, Some of the members of Women-n-Charge, Inc., a business group for women that draws members from Lutz, Land O'Lakes, Wesley Chapel, New Tampa and other communities. From left, Alicia Largel, Loran Tripp, Judy Nicolosi, Mary Ann Whallen, Anne Childers, Rosie Heim and Elayne Bassinger. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Club encourages women to share business sense See BUSINESS,page15 See PARK,page15 Mark Thornton FREE ADMISSSSSSSION

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 2 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen Jan and Jeff Means want a little entertainment,they just gaze out their back window and watch butterflies flutter by. The Lutz couple enjoys nature's splendor on a regular basis as their yard on Newberger Road is an oasis for butterflies of all shapes,sizes and colors. Sometimes the couple will see hundreds of the winged creatures at the same time. The couple's gardening venture started small,as these things often do. "There was a little crepe myrtle tree out in the middle of the backyard,and I dug around that,maybe 5 or 6 feet around it and planted some lantana.The butterflies liked that,"Jan said. As the couple enjoyed the butterflies, they developed an interest in how they could create a sanctuary that would attract them and make them want to stay. "We started learning more about it when we joined the Native Plant Society,"Jeff said. "We went to native plant conferences and we went some of the Marc and Marie Minno's workshops and took nature walks with them,"Jan said. "He (Marc Minno) writes probably the best books on Florida butterflies.Period," Jeff said. The Lutz couple began hitting plant sales and stocking up on varieties known to be good nectar plants for butterflies. "I was the one who started trying to figure out all of the host plants,"Jeff said."Most butterflies host on one plant and nectar on another." The couple has host plants for every major butterfly that's found in the area,Jeff said. "You don't have a butterfly garden,you have a butterfly yard,"Jeff said. "If you don't have the yard,you don't keep them." Butterfly lovers who want to not only attract butterflies,but to keep them in their yards need to pay attention to a butterfly's needs,Jeff said. "They've got to have a place to lay eggs," Jeff said.Host plants are what the caterpillars eat,he said."Butterflies will lay their eggs on those." "They have to have a place to hide the chrysalis,"Jan said."They need a nectar source.And,they need a place to bask." "They also need minerals,"Jeff said. One way to provide minerals is to fill a shallow bowl with some gravel,because the gravel has minerals in it,Jan said. Besides influencing what they choose to plant in their garden,the butterflies also affect other gardening practices,Jan said. For one thing,Jan doesn't use any insecticide in her garden.It could harm the butterflies. She doesn't pull as many weeds as she once did,either. Some plants that look like noxious weeds are excellent host plants for butterflies,Jan explained.Seeing nature's glory in their own backyard Jan and Jeff Means don't just have a butterfly garden, they have a butterfly yard. (Photos by B.C. Manion)Continued on next page This gulf fritillary is catching a few rays while resting on some tall grass. Open to the Public BRING YOUR GAMEThrough our gateway lies your golfing adventure! 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O' Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amTaco Tuesday 5pm-8pm Includes Indian Tacos Friday Night Happy Hour PGA Golf Instructors Golf Club Repair Custom Fitting for Golf Clubs GPS Yardage System Grass Practice Facility w/Practice Bunker Fully Stocked Golf Shop Comprehensive Physical Exams Customized Preventative Health Care Digital Radiography In-House Laboratory On-Site Pharmacy Anesthesia & Surgery Pain Management Dental Scaling & Polishing House Calls Available 17945 State Road 54 Lutz DR . JOAN NDA N I E L S www.CentralPascoVetCare.com 813-926-1126 Copperstone Executive Suites3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd 813-298-7363 813-334-9493Educational Series Weekly Activities Face to Face Guest SpeakersCheck Out The BuzzWe're All About Your Biz!www.BizBuzzConnections.bizAND WE MEAN BUSINESS! Networking with a Twist Please join us Tuesdays at Copperstone Executive Suites from 8-9:30am TR INITY Memorial Gardens CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM FUNERALSERVICES CREMATIONOPTIONS OUTOFSTATEBURIALS Informational S eminar : CREMATIONWednesday,Oct.12,2011 @ 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

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"We found that pellitory is a host plant for that gorgeous red admiral (butterfly) we had hanging around here early in the spring,"Jan said."It's a weed that I'd been taking out with a vengeance. "I kind of wait to see and let nature take its course and watch to see what comes up in the butterfly garden,and then I start plugging in things.I want to let everything that lives there have a chance to come back out," Jan added. For those who are interested in attracting butterflies,Jan said she would recommend parsley,fennel or dill,some kind of passion vine,milkweed and any kind of citrus. Good nectar plants include penta,butterfly weed,milkweed,cassia,vibernums and coral honeysuckle. A good rule of thumb,Jeff said,is "if you want to have butterflies,concentrate on the native plants that are always in the area where you live." Of the wide range of winged creatures that flutter in the couple's yard,some of the most common are the gulf fritellary, monarch,black swallowtail,tiger and queen, the couple said. Jan's favorite butterfly is the zebra swallowtail. Jeff said it's hard to choose just one. "I saw the red-spotted purple,"he said, with obvious enthusiasm."When you see it, you believe you're in South America.It's so brilliant."CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 3 GOOD BUTTERFLY BOOKS"Florida Butterfly Gardening," by Marc C.Minno and Maria Minno (University Press of Florida) "Butterflies through Binoculars," by Jeffrey Glassberg,Marc C.Minno and John V. Calhoun (Oxford University Press) "Florida's Fabulous Butterflies & Moths," by Thomas C.Emmel (World Publications) "Florida Butterfly Caterpillars and Their Host Plants," by Marc C.Minno,Jerry F. Butler and Donald F.Hall (University Press of Florida)"Gardening for Florida's Butterflies," by Pamela Traas (Great Outdoors Publishing Co.)"Butterflies Through Binoculars:Florida," by Jeffrey Glassberg,Marc C.Minno and John V.Calhoun,Oxford University Press,198 Madison Ave.New York,NY 10016. "Florida Butterfly Gardening:A Complete Guide to Attracting,Identifying, and Enjoying Butterflies of the Lower South," by Marc C.Minno,Maria Minno, Diane Pierce (Illustrator) University Press of Florida,15 NW 15th Street,Gainesville,FL 32603,(352) 392-1351. "Florida's Fabulous Butterflies & Moths" by Thomas C.Emmel,Brian Kenney (editor) World Publications Helpful websiteswww.naba.org (North American Butterfly Association) www.fnps.org (Florida Native Plant Society,look under planting natives) www.ffgc.org (Florida Federation of Garden Clubs) This spicebush is taking a break and displaying the interesting pattern on its wings. Agold rim butterfly caterpillar has found a good place to hide from potential predators.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 5 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.com Kenneth Malphurs and his wife,Freda, have been living on their spacious property on Hanna Road for more than 30 years. It's a peaceful place,with a huge backyard,a collection of trees and a pond.The couple enjoys a sense of serenity on its 2acre plot and wants to keep it. But now they're worried a soccer and futsal academy that is proposed behind them would destroy the tranquility they enjoy. They plan to raise their objections at a 6 p.m.rezoning hearing Oct.17 at Fred B.Karl County Center,601 E.Kennedy Blvd.in downtown Tampa. The rezoning is being requested by Jean M.Guillen and Charles B.Robinson. It would allow a soccer academy at 17202 Hanna,a 20-acre site on the west side of Hanna. The academy would provide instruction and practice to children ranging in age from 6-15 and would function as a local nonprofit organization,according to documents filed with Hillsborough County. In addition to teaching soccer skills,the academy would also focus on introducing children to positive traits such as self-reliance,self-worth and respect toward others, the document says. The plans call for playing soccer on outdoor fields and playing futsal indoors.Futsal is similar to soccer,but has just five players on each team,has a smaller playing area and has some different rules. "The proposed soccer academy will have minimal impacts to the environment, transportation,drainage and infrastructure, and other community resources,"the application states. It also notes the proposed use would have fewer impacts than would be caused by the single-family uses that are allowed under current zoning. No outdoor lights or overnight camps or dormitories are proposed,and the academy would operate at nonpeak hours,according to the application.At maximum use,there would be 42 players on the outdoor fields and 24 players in the indoor facility,the application states. No new buildings are planned on the site,except for a small restroom and concession stand,the application states.An existing metal structure would be converted into the futsal facility. Robinson said he and Guillen are trying to meet a community need.They want to provide youths a place to learn to play soccer so they'll have a wholesome place to go. He thinks the children most likely to use the facility would come from New Tampa, Lutz and Wesley Chapel. He thinks the use will have minimal impacts on area residents. Kenneth has his doubts. He's concerned that the development could increase potential for flooding in an area that has flooded in the past. He's also worried about potential environmental problems. "When he fertilizes all of those fields,all of that runoff is going to go to 13 Mile Creek,"Kenneth said. Area traffic is likely to increase and parking could become a problem,too,especially when there are tournaments,he added. Kenneth has some other concerns,too. He shares a pond with the applicants and is worried that children attending soccer games may wander off and get into the pond,where they could drown. "We think there might be an alligator out there,"Freda added. "When you have three fields going with tournaments say you've got 300 people, how can you control where they go?" Kenneth said. Robinson said the most recent version of the rezoning application calls for building a 6-foot fence to keep people away from the pond. Kenneth also questions how this kind of use can be consistent with the community's comprehensive plan,when the area is clearly residential. "We have no objections to progress in Lutz,"Kenneth said."We don't." "Why do you want to disrupt a community,that's residential,single-family?"he asked. But Robinson said his facility would meet an important community need."We're not trying to overrun people's rights to peace and property,"Robinson said."At the same time,we're part of a community."No soccer school in his backyard Kenneth Malphurs stands in his backyard. A soccer goal shows in the distance. (Photo by B.C. Manion) Chris Williamsin her mid 50'sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert TAKE ACTION NOW, AND GET STARTED! Call 813-909-4939 Are your clothes getting tight? 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. 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Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNER'S NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Rusty is ready for HalloweenRusty is a 10-yearold miniature red poodle. He greets his owner at the door by spinning in circles and lying on his back for a belly rub. He does not like thunder or fireworks. He loves treats and thinks he should have one before and after meals. Rusty lives in Lutz with his owner Sylvia Schmitt and a 3-year-old cat named Bootsie. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 6 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhen St.Joseph's HospitalNorth opened in early 2010,it became the first new full-service hospital in Hillsborough County in 30 years and the first such facility in Lutz.The BayCare Health System's hospital recently achieved another first when it was given LEED,or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design,certification by the U.S.Green Building Council. It is the first time a Florida facility has received the honor,which recognizes environmentally sustainable business practices."We don't give out this certification to just anyone,"said Rick Fedrizzi,president and CEO of the council."Facilities have to demonstrate that they are doing everything possible to be a steward of the environment from the construction materials,to how the facility is run and future plans." Colleen Mackin,executive director for the council's local chapter,said such ecofriendly hospitals have a positive impact on the overall health of the area. "Research shows environmentally sustainable buildings contribute to improved health,so having a green hospital helps St. Joseph's achieve its vision of creating a healthy environment for the community it serves,"Mackin said. The 350,000-sqaure-foot,$225 million hospital,located at 4211Van Dyke Road in Lutz,was designed using energy-efficient materials with high levels of recycled content.The resources used also will not emit chemicals into the environment,according to St.Joseph's Hospital-North chief operating officer Paula McGuiness. Besides using more environmentally friendly building materials,the hospital: Selected refrigerants that minimize the impact on ozone layer depletion. Has water fixtures that use 20 percent less water than standard ones. Has lighting and heating controls to reduce energy use,reducing consumption by 12 percent versus standard equipment. Has a roofing system that helps reduce the heat effect and keep temperatures cooler. Uses only reclaimed water from retentions ponds to maintain its landscaping. Uses only low-emission paints,adhesives,sealants,fabrics and carpets inside the facility. Used only building materials produced within 500 miles of the hospital to reduce transportation. Offers preferred parking to low-emission and fuel-efficient vehicles. The overall design of the hospital was also done in such a way to incorporate the trees and waterways around as a way to help protect the wildlife in northern Hillsborough.It also gives patients a view of nature instead of bricks and mortar within the facility's rooms. McGuiness said it was always the goal to eventually have the hospital LEED certified. She added they did not want to affect the health of the environment while working to improve healthcare in the area. "Buildings are one of the largest consumers of resources and energy in this country,"McGuiness said."St.Joseph's Hospitals and BayCare Health System believe in being leaders of environmental stewardship,innovation and corporate responsibility." McGuiness said St.Joseph's HospitalNorth has all the traditional health offerings of any acute care facility,including emergency care,surgical services,imaging, intensive care,obstetric and cardiac catheterization.For more information on the hospital, call (813) 443-2046 or visit www.stjosephsnorth.com. St. Joseph's Hospital-North in Lutz recently became the first full service facility in Florida to achieve LEED certification for its environmental practices. (File photo)Lutz hospital lauded for earth-friendly features (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. 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 Y ALL DOGS  ALL BREEDS ANY AGE  ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION COME JOIN US FOR YAPPYHOUR Friday,October 7th from 5pm to 7pm to celebrate CHEAPSHOTSnew day & extended time!!Wine, appetizers and FREEtreats for the pups18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMING $5 Off GroomingWHEN YOU BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT DURING YAPPY HOUR 10% off all toys all day! 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

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 7 Medicare enrollment informationServing Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) will be presenting a Medicare 101 workshop on Saturday,Oct.15 at 10:30 a.m. at the Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church, 19911 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.in New Tampa. This free workshop is open to the community and will focus on what you need to know about enrollment and the recent changes to benefits. SHINE is a program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs,which offers one-on-one assistance and information at no cost to you.Specially-trained volunteers of the SHINE program can assist with Medicare,Medicaid,prescription drug and health insurance questions by providing information,comparing policies and helping with claims and appeals. To attend the workshop,RSVP by contacting the church office at (813) 973-2484. For additional information,call Robin Watt at (813) 740-3888 or our Elder Helpline at (800) 963-5337.Surgical weight loss seminarsFlorida Hospital Tampa will host three seminars on surgical weight loss at its LifeHope Medical Office,3000 Medical Park Drive in Tampa.The free classes are on Saturday Oct.8 and 29 from 10-11:30 a.m., and on Tuesday,Oct.18 from 6:30-8 p.m.The program uses a multidisciplinary approach to address the physical and emotional elements of losing weight.Dr.John Dietrick will lead the seminars.To sign up,call (813) 615-7077.Vertebra fracture discussion Dr.Craig Bennett,an orthopedic surgeon, is the featured speaker for an upcoming free lecture called Treatment for Acute Thoracic and Lumbar Fractures.Compression fractures of the vertebra are common,especially in older adults. Such injuries are usually caused by osteoporosis and range from mild to severe. More severe fractures can cause significant pain,leading to inability to perform daily activities.There are several ways these problems can develop and be cared for.Bennett will discuss how to prevent compression fractures by diagnosing and treating predisposing factors, identifying high-risk patients and educating patients and the public about measures to prevent falls and current treatments available. The presentation is at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,on Wednesday,Oct.19 at 3 p.m. Refreshments will be served,but reservations are required.To sign up,call (727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119.Breast cancer awareness lectureThe Women's Center at Florida Hospital Tampa,3100 E.Fletcher Ave.,will have a lecture on breast health in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Thursday,Oct. 20 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.Dr.John Cox will lead the program.To sign up,call (877) 4824361.Breast cancer support groupFlorida Hospital Tampa hosts a free breast cancer support group on the fourth Tuesday each month at its LifeHope Medical Office,3000 Medical Park Drive.The next meeting is on Tuesday,Oct.25.For more information or to register,call (877) 482-4361.What to know about breast healthFlorida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care,9441 Health Center Drive in Land O'Lakes,will have a free program to teach people about breast health on Thursday,Oct.27 from 7-8 p.m.The event will teach the importance of monthly self examination and early detection of breast cancer,why mammograms matter and how family history contributes.Light refreshments will be served.To register,call (877) 482-4361.Heart healthy nutrition classCommunity Hospital is offering a community education class called Heart Healthy Nutrition:Eating for a Healthy Heart.The next course is on Thursday,Oct.25 at 10 a.m.Programs are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey. The class presents concepts of hearthealthy eating to control blood pressure and protect the heart.Participants will learn: Dietary balance of fruits,vegetables, low fat dairy and lean protein Good and bad fats Controlling sodium intake Importance of dietary fiber Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and to sign up, call (727) 834-5630.Weight management class Oct. 27Community Hospital is offering a community education class called Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight on Thursday,Oct.27 at 10 a.m. Classes are led by a registered dietitian on the fourth Thursday of every month at 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey.The class explores basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle,including food choices and exercise.Participants will learn: How to determine a healthy weight Calorie control Boosting metabolism How to become more active Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations,call (727) 834-5630.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. Dr. Craig Bennett The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation will have the sixth annual Sister Stroll event on Sunday,Oct.23 at the facility's fitness trail,7050 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills.The event includes a walk to help raise money for the foundation's project, which is helping pay for the future Breast Health Center at the hospital.The new facility is set to open in the middle of 2012.It is also meant to help people honor those battling breast cancer,survivors or those who have died from the disease.For the first time,the event will include a 5-kilometer race on the small roads around the hospital.Awards will be given to the first three finishers in various male and female age groups. Registration for the 5K starts at 5:30 a.m.,with the race beginning at 7:30 a.m. and awards at 9 a.m.Registration for the walk is at noon,with the event starting at 1 p.m.and a prize drawing at 2 p.m.The cost for the 5K is $25.The walk is free,but donations are welcome and all money raised will go to the Breast Health Center.The new addition to the hospital will let patients receive screening,diagnostics,treatment and education about breast health in one central location.For more information,call the foundation at (813) 783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org and click on make a gift.HEALTH & WELLNESS Sister Stroll set for Oct.23

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 8 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening EVENTS FALL NATIVE PLANT SALEThe Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society is having a Fall Native Plant Sale on Saturday,Oct.15 from 10 a.m.2 p.m.The sale will take place at the Land O'Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes.There will be a Master Gardener information table to help you with your gardening questions,free literature,books for sale and plant profiles to help buyers put the plants in the right place.For further information,contact Mary at (727) 849-2335 or visit http://www.pasconativeplants.org.FREE POULTRY SEMINARThere will be a free seminar on how to raise chickens in small flocks in suburban back yards on Thursday,Oct.20 at Holloway's Farm Supply,3036 Land O' Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes.Poultry experts from the University of Florida will be discussing health management and nutrition for chickens living in small flocks. Call Holloway's at (813) 949-6809 to reserve your seat.Door prizes will be given and refreshments will be served.TIGER WOODS GLOVE AUCTIONTiger Woods donated a signed,tournamentworn Nike golf glove to help fundraising efforts with Keystone United Methodist Church's annual Wayne Odell Keystone Classic Golf Tournament.The glove will be auctioned by Premier Auctions during its Oct.22-29 online auction of sports items.Interested parties may go to www.premiereauctionsonline.com.The bestball scramble tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m.on Nov.12 at the Silver Dollar Golf Club. Entry is $55 per person and includes lunch following the tournament,as well as prizes, contests and door prizes.Registration deadline is Sunday,Nov.6.In addition to golfers, organizers are also seeking support through hole sponsors,at a cost of $100 and up. Anyone interested in participating in the golf tournament is asked to contact KUMC at (813) 920-5153.Keystone United Methodist Church is located at 16301 Race Track Road in Odessa.HAUNTED HOUSEVolunteers are needed in October in preparation for a haunted house sponsored by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation and the Land O'Lakes Community Center. The actual event dates are Oct.21 from 7:30-9 p.m.and Oct.22 and 23 from 7:30-10 p.m.The haunted house will be at the Land O'Lakes Community Center at 5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For further information,call the center at (813) 929-1229.CALLING ALL GATORSThe Land O'Lakes High class of 2001 will kick off its 10-year reunion by attending the football game at Land O'Lakes High on Friday,Oct.14.Members of the reuniting class can meet at a tent set up for them at the game and then sit together to cheer for the Gators.Immediately following the game,at approximately 9:30 p.m.,the class will meet at the Beef O'Brady's,7040 Land O'Lakes Blvd.No reservations needed.GOLFING FOR A CUREGolfing for a Cure,a four-person golf scramble to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life,will take place on Saturday,Oct.8 at the Abbey Course at St. Leo University,33640 SR 52 West in St.Leo. The event will begin at 8 a.m.with a shotgun start.The entry fee is $30 and includes golf,cart,longest drive and closest to the pin contests,and lunch.For more information or an entry form,call (352) 5884037 or email cjhedman@aol.com.Entry is limited to the first 100 players or 25 teams.HOT DOG FUNDRAISERDonna Fulciniti,a committee member for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC),is having a hot dog fundraiser.For $2.50,you can get a hot dog,bag of chips and a bottle of water all for the purpose of fighting breast cancer.The fundraiser will be held in front of the Sweet Bay at 27301 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel on Saturday and Sunday,Oct.8 and 9 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.For details,call Donna Fulciniti at (813) 9947110.All proceeds from hot dog sales will benefit MSABC.Call the American Cancer Society at (813) 949-0291 for details and directions about MSABC.WOMEN'S CLUB YARD SALEThe Lexington Oaks Women's Club is seeking vendors and sellers to participate in its annual fundraising event,in conjunction with the community yard sale,located at 26304 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel on Saturday,Oct.15 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.Spaces are available for $15.For applications and information,call Sharon at (813) 967-5677.ENTER T AINMENT COUNTRY JAMBOREEA country jamboree will take place on Saturday,Oct.8 from 6-9 p.m.at the Lutz Civic Center,98 First Ave.Northwest in Lutz.The jamboree benefits the Hacienda Girls Ranch in Melbourne.Funds from the jamboree will provide a much-needed computer for the young girls.A barbecue meal,beverage and desserts are planned for the evening.Tickets for the jamboree are $12 for one or $20 for two.Call Sandy at (813) 949-5530 for tickets or to get more information.CRAFT FAIRCrafts,gift baskets,plants and more are offered at the annual holiday Craft Fair at Keystone United Methodist Church,16301 Race Track Road in Odessa,set for Saturday, Oct.8,from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.Breakfast will be offered by the United Methodist Men,and lunch will be served by the youth group. Outdoor booth space is still available for $30.To request an application form or obtain more information,email keystoneumc@tampabay.rr.com,or call the church office at (813) 920-5153. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FAMILY BBQ AND SKI SHOWDebbie Hawley is running for Honorary Mayor of Land O'Lakes and is having a fundraising family barbecue and water ski show.The event will go from 3-7 p.m.on Saturday,Oct.8 at Hungry Harry's Bar-B-Que,3116 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes.There will also be a dunk tank and silent auction.A limited number of tickets will be available at the event.Tickets in advance are $25 for adults and $10 for children aged 16 and younger.There are four locations to buy tickets: Hawley Dental,Holloways Feed Store,McFarlane Appliance and Harvey's Hardware.Funds raised will benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. 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PASCO-HERNANDO COMMUNITY COLLEGE GETS GRANTPasco-Hernando Community College has received an Adult Education Career Pathways Grant for $243,410.The grant's primary goal is to provide a clear set of educational steps that will give adult education students a direct educational path to jobs in the community. Part of the project will emphasize how reading,writing and mathematics skills are used in the workplace. The grant-supported program will run through June 2012.ZEPHRYHILLS MARCHING BAND PERFORMED WITH USF BANDThe Zephyrhills High marching band performed with the University of South Florida marching band during the fourth annual Heart of Thunder Day half-time show during the USF Bulls vs.Ball State football game on Sept.10 at Raymond James Stadium. More than 60 Zephyrhills students played before an audience of more than 45,000.Zephyrhills was among 26 Tampa Bay area schools participating in the event.WESLEY CHAPEL RUMMAGE SALEThe Wesley Chapel High Parent Teacher Student Association will have a rummage sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.on Nov.5 at the corner of Old Pasco Road and Country Club Road. Proceeds will benefit the school's Assist Believe Care program to help those in need of a Thanksgiving meal and other assistance throughout the holidays.EAST PASCO RETIRED EDUCATORS MEETThe East Pasco Retired Educators Associations will meet at the IHOP Restaurant,13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m.on Thursday,Oct.20.All retired school personnel and friends are welcome.For more information call Joyce Snow,in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills (813) 788-4980.ODESSA ELEMENTARY EVENTS Odessa Elementary is having a Bingo night from 6-8:30 p.m.in the cafeteria at the school,1874 Ketzal Drive in New Port Richey. Other upcoming events include a Red Ribbon week beginning Oct.24,health screenings on Oct.27 and a fall carnival from 5-8 p.m.on Nov.4.SAND PINE PTA FALL FESTIVALSand Pine Elementary's Parent Teacher Association will hold its fifth annual Fall Festival from 6-9 p.m.on Friday,Nov.4,at the school. The family friendly event will include food,games,prizes,a decorating contest and more.If you would like more information or are interested in volunteering,please email volunteer4spes@gmail.com or contact Chrystal Mueller at (813) 794-1900. Sand Pine Elementary School is located at 29040 County Line Road in Meadow Pointe.SAT PARTICIPATION RATES INCREASEThe percentage of 2011 seniors in Hillsborough County public schools taking the SAT test increased 15 percent over the previous year. The College Board,publisher of the SAT, reported that 9,071 district 12th graders took the SAT in 2010-2011,an increase of 1,207 students from 2009-2010 (7,864). This represents a 42 percent increase (an additional 2,688 students) over the number who participated five years ago.GED GRADUATESGraduates who received GED diplomas were honored in the East Pasco County Graduation Ceremony on Aug.25. The 107 graduates represented students from Land O'Lakes,Sunlake,Pasco,Wesley Chapel,Wiregrass Ranch and Zephyrhills high schools and also from Moore Mickens Education Center.They ranged in age from 16 to 57. The ceremony was held at Pasco Schools Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel. Long-time adult education teacher Allen Sweet was honored posthumously and a scholarship fund was established in his memory.He was lauded as a dedicated and talented teacher who helped thousands of students during his career.RUSHE FAMILY FUN NIGHTCharles S.Rushe Middle School will have a Family Fun Night from 4-9 p.m.at Extreme Adventures on SR 54.Proceeds from the event will be used by the Parent Teacher Student Association to benefit the school in various ways.SAFE WALK TO SCHOOL DAYAll Children's Hospital will sponsor a Walk to School day at Woodland Elementary on Wednesday,Oct.5 in honor of International Walk to School Day. These locations have been identified as a meeting place to help assist in staffing volunteers.Teachers,volunteers and All Children's staff will be at Zephyrhills First Christian Church on the corner of North Ave and Eighth Street or Zephyrhills First Nazarene Church on the corner of Henry Drive and 12th Street. The focus of the event is to emphasize bicycle and pedestrian safety,physical activity,improving air quality and ensuring there is a safe,walkable community. The groups will be walking in shifts,with the first group leaving at 9 a.m.and the last one leaving at 9:20 a.m. All students that participate will receive a prize and refreshments. Students all over the world will be participating in the same time in the international wall.For more information,visit www.walktoschool.orgACT SAYS COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS IMPROVINGCollege and career reading improved slightly among ACT-tested U.S.high school graduates,according to ACT's yearly report, The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2011. The findings also reveal that there is still substantial room for improvement. Test results show that 25 percent of graduates in the class of 2011 who took the ACT exam met or surpassed all four of the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks,suggesting they are ready to succeed academically in specific first-year college courses (English composition,college algebra,introductory social science and biology) without the need for remediation.This compares to 24 percent last year,marking the third consecutive year that overall college-and-career readiness has increased. This year,45 percent of test takers (compared to 43 percent last year) met or exceeded the ACT College Readiness Benchmark in math,while 30 percent (compared to 29 percent last year) met or exceeded the benchmark in science. 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.comCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 9 813-949-111123124 SR 54 LUTZ, FL 33549 K-MART SHOPPING CENTERMonday Friday 7:30am 5:30pmWWW.WILLOWBENDAUTOMOTIVE.COM facebook.com/WillowBendAutomotive Complete Automobile Maintenance & RepairsLutz / Land O'Lakes areaDomestic Foreign FleetFamily Owned & Operated AFTER MARKET/EXTENDED WARRANTIES ACCEPTED Oil Change Services Tires Alignments Brakes AC Service and Repair Radiators Diagnostic Computer Scans BOB & CINDY DOUGLASSMV80387 Laser Surgery Dentistry Boarding/Daycare Grooming 4306 Land O' Lakes Blvd.At the NE corner of Bell Lake & US 41Serving Land O' Lakes for 25 Years!www.LandolakesAnimalHospital.comLAND O' LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL813-996-2021 Dogs starting at $45.00Cats starting at $39.00Low Cost ThursdaysSPAY / NEUTER SR 54US Hwy 41Bell Lake RdHale RdLUTZLAND O' LAKES N Get 40 100mg/20mg pills for only $99.00CALL NOW AND GET 4 BONUS PILLS FREE! 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 10 Land O' Lakes Branch LibraryBaby 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 Teen Game Night,6 p.m.Oct.7 Beginning Japanese Class,3 p.m.Oct.8, Oct 22 SCORE Starting a Home Business 102, 5:30 p.m.Oct.11 Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Oct.11, Oct.25 Basic Email Skills I,10 a.m.Oct.12 Kids Crafts,2 p.m.Oct.15 Teen Food Fear Factor,6 p.m.Oct.18 Family Night Out,6:30 p.m.Oct.18 Book Discussion Group,2 p.m.Oct.19 Teen Costume Contest and Dance,7 p.m.Oct.28 The library is closed Sundays and Mondays and is located at 2818 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes and can be reached at (813) 929-1214.Austin Davis Public LibraryToddler Time,10:30 a.m.every Wednesday Storytime,11 a.m.every Wednesday Baby Time,11 a.m.every Thursday Word I:Introduction,2 p.m.Oct.5 Saturday Morning Movies at the Library, 11 a.m.Oct.8 Computers Basics,12:30 p.m.Oct.10 Word II:Font and Page Formatting,2 p.m.Oct.12 Windows Introduction,12:30 p.m.Oct. 17 Estate Planning in Florida,6:30 p.m.Oct. 17 Word III:Paragraph Formatting,2 p.m. Oct.19 Fall Festival,10 a.m.Oct.22 Web 2.0,12:30 p.m.Oct.24 Non-Spooky Celebration,3:30 p.m.Oct. 24 Word:Resume Wizard,2 p.m.Oct.26 Art for the Ages,4 p.m.Oct.27 The library is located at 17808 Wayne Road in Odessa and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.Lutz Branch LibraryStory Time,11:30 a.m.every Tuesday Baby Time,10:15 a.m.every Thursday Toddler Time,11 a.m.every Thursday Word I,Creating Tables,2 p.m.Oct.10 Master Gardener:The Lazy Gardener, 6:30 p.m.Oct.10 The Paris Wife by Paula McLain,2 p.m. Oct.11 Microsoft Office Graphics-Word Art,2 p.m.Oct.17 Lego My Library!,6:30 p.m.Oct.17 Microsoft Office Graphics Photos,Clip Art and Shapes,2 p.m.Oct.24 Genealogy:Military Records,2 p.m.Oct. 26 The library is located at 101 W.Lutz-Lake Fern Road in Lutz and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.The Jimmie B. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 11 Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports Pasco Outlaws sweep first double headerThe Pasco Outlaws,a new competitive baseball club for kids ages 8 and younger,won the first two games in the program's history by defeating the Riverview Rockets in both games of a double header on Sunday,Sept.11. The Land O' Lakes-based club won the first game 7-2,and completed the sweep with a 10-0 victory.The squad plays in AAU and USSSA tournaments and has players from Land O' Lakes,Lutz and Wesley Chapel. Players include Mason McDougall,Luke Fischer,Zach Bice,Tyler Armstrong,Cole Callicoat,Aidan Sherman,Caden Kwiat,Kyle Doran,Zach Showalter,Jackson Choinski, Seth Martinez and Evan Richter.Coaches are Rich Doran,Larry Callicoat and John Choinski.Middle school basketball clinicsJAMM Stars Youth Basketball Training will host basketball skills clinics for girls in seventh and eighth grade on Oct.15-16 from 1-3 p.m. at Land O' Lakes Christian,5105 School Road in Land O' Lakes.The clinic will focus on drills and conditioning for girls trying out for their middle school teams or those who have already made the team and are looking to improve their skills.For more information or to register,visit www.jammstars.com or call coach James Mason at (813) 428-1772.Lance Randall fills out classFirst-year Saint Leo University men's basketball coach Lance Randall has solidified his 2011-12 recruiting class with the additions of Trent Thomas and Sven Sabljak.The Lions' lineup will feature 12 new faces when the team tips off in November. Thomas,a 6-foot-4 junior guard,transfers from North Dakota State College,where he played in every game last year.He posted 13.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in 2010-11 to help his squad go 25-6. "Trent is a highly skilled and athletic wing," Randall said."He has been successful at both the high school and the junior college level." Sabljak,a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward, transfers from State Fair Community College. As a senior in high school he led his team to a 19-11 record while averaging eight points and six rebounds per game. "Sven is a highly skilled big kid from Zagreb,Croatia with good toughness," Randall said."He has a great frame and feet of a guard and will be a great fit in our program." Both student-athletes will join 13 other members of the Saint Leo men's basketball team when they officially start practice later this month.Sports editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.Saint Leo University (SLU) women's soccer player Laura Carstens was named the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Defensive Player of the Week. Carstens,a goalkeeper,helped the Lions (10-0) go 2-0 while allowing zero goals during the week of Sept.19-25.During the week the freshman helped SLU defeat Alabama-Huntsville and record a 1-0 upset over formally No.1 ranked Florida Tech,an SSC opponent. Carstens,a native of Denmark,faced 13 shots and made five saves against Florida Tech to post her first career shutout.She played all 90 minutes against Florida Tech,as well as 68:49 against Alabama-Huntsville. The pair of wins moved the Lions up 14 spots to No.6 in the current National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division II national poll,the highest ranking in program history.Carstens and SLU will host SSC rival Rollins College on Friday,Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. Kyle LoJacono Saint Leo freshman Laura Carstens was recently named SSC Defensive Player of the Week. (Photo by Mike Carlson)Carstens named Defensive Player of the WeekBy Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comSteinbrenner volleyball coach Jennifer Graham warned her players'parents there might be some late matches because of the stiff competition her team was going to face this season. The Warriors'contest against Wharton (11-2) on Sept.27 appeared like one of those matches,but Steinbrenner (14-3) made quick work of the Wildcats,dismissing them 25-12,25-14,25-11. "Every single person on the court did their job,"Graham said."Not a lot of ups and downs,which is what we're used to.It was just solid play." Warriors senior outside hitter Miranda Powell had a team-high 15 kills,while senior libero Cary Anne Bame led the way with 17 digs. Graham praised Powell for playing with her head instead of just smacking the ball around. "That was by far her smartest game she's ever played,"Graham said."It's not about kill, kill,kill it's about putting the ball in certain spots."Powell laughed in agreement when she heard Graham's thoughts."I tried to play better decisions,because this is a better team,and they're very good defensively you just have to find their spots,"Powell said. "I was not expecting to dominate as well as we did." It was the second win against stiff competition, as Steinbrenner defeated Durant on the road in a five-set match the previous night.Sophomore setter Casey McLean said they knew the Wildcats had defeated Durant previously and used that as motivation.The fact that some girls on Steinbrenner and Wharton know each other from club volleyball was added incentive."One of our main,main goals tonight that coach Graham said was to focus," McLean said."No matter who you're playing if it's your friend,if you have no clue who they are you treat them completely as equal.It's all business.After,it's fun to beat your friends." Wharton coach Eric Barber didn't enjoy himself as much as the Warriors.It was only the second loss for his team,though both came in straight sets.He said his Wildcats had trouble with Steinbrenner's serving. "They served lasers at us,and our girls just didn't pass the ball,"Barber said."It's hard to win games when you can't pass the ball and service receive." Steinbrenner hosted Chamberlain on Oct.3,but results were not available at press time.The Warriors travels to Gaither on Tuesday,Oct.11.Wharton hosts Newsome on Tuesday,Oct.4.Both matches start at 7:30 p.m.Warriors take Fivay titleBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner volleyball team went 40 en route to claiming the Fivay Volleyball Classic. The Warriors (14-3) defeated Nature Coast 25-13,25-23 in the finals on Oct.1, capping off a week that saw the Lutz school win six matches. "It was the first time we've played a tournament in Pasco since the Anclote Tournament our first year,"said Steinbrenner coach Jennifer Graham."We had a break in our schedule,so we wanted to play in a tournament with good competition and against teams we're not used to." The Warriors,the only Hillsborough County squad in the event,had a height advantage against Nature Coast (16-1) on the front line,especially with 5-foot-11 Miranda Powell and 5-foot-9 Madison Seuzeneau.The two put down 10 kills apiece in the title match. "Nature Coast was awesome,and we tried to keep the ball away from their big hitters with our serving,"Graham said."We had some good passing and we were able to run our fast offense." Natalia Campos and Powell each had six digs in the finals for Steinbrenner.Powell also added six aces. The Warriors defeated Lecanto and Wesley Chapel before defeating Mitchell 2520,25-22 in the semifinals.Seuzeneau had 10 kills against the Mustangs,while Powell had nine. All of Graham's players go playing time at the event. "That was great because it preps some of the younger girls for next year,"Graham said. "It's tough to get everybody in when you have a tough schedule,so this was a great opportunity....Miranda's sister Madison got in to play some defense and she's a little fire cracker.She gave us real energy." It is the first tournament title for Steinbrenner since winning the Anclote event in 2009. "I was proud of my girls,"Graham said. "It's great for them to bring home a trophy." Madison Seuzeneau, left, and Miranda Powell combined for 20 kills for Steinbrenner in the Fivay tournament finals against Nature Coast. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) 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 Steinbrenner sweeps Wharton From left, Steinbrenner's Miranda Powell, Casey McLean and Cary Anne Bame celebrate after Powell put down one of her 15 kills against Wharton. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Sophomore setter posted 21 assists to help the Warriors defeat the Wildcats on Sept. 27. Steinbrenner outside hitter Rachel Mathison prepares to serve against Wharton. The sophomore posted 11 digs in the contest.

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solute man,"Miller said."I told him I can't wait to watch him play football on Saturdays,because he's going to have a special career." Macon continued to pound the ball,finishing with 145 yards after halftime.His last score was a 37-yard run that gave his team the winning cushion. "We knew our season was on the line, and we didn't want our season to be over, so we gave it our all,"Macon said. Davis'numbers served him no consolation in the loss. "That's the most heart-breaking thing you'll ever go through playing football," Davis said."You have good games,you have horrible games,but when you're up and you lose something like that,it takes a little part out of you.It makes you never want to lose again." CDS travels to Canterbury on Friday, Oct.7 at 7 p.m.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 12 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Steinbrenner 3-1 (1-0) Gaither 2-2 (1-0) Tampa Bay Tech 2-3 (1-0) Chamberlain 0-4 (0-1) Freedom 0-4 (0-1) Wiregrass Ranch 0-5 (0-1) Class 6A-District 6 Sunlake 4-0 (2-0) Hernando 3-2 (2-0) Nature Coast 3-2 (2-0) River Ridge 3-1 (1-1) Mitchell 3-2 (1-1) Land O' Lakes 2-2 (1-1) Springstead 1-3 (0-2) Central 0-5 (0-2) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 5-0 (2-0) Fivay 3-1 (2-0) Zephyrhills 2-2 (2-0) Gulf 1-3 (1-1) Ridgewood 1-4 (1-1) Wesley Chapel 2-2 (0-2) Anclote 0-4 (0-2) Hudson 0-4 (0-2)SPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comThe Carrollwood Day (CDS) football team took an early lead against Class 2ADistrict 5 rival Admiral Farragut (AFA),but the Bluejackets came back thanks to power running to win 49-41 on Sept.30. The Patriots (3-2) went ahead 22-0 after the first quarter behind all-purpose threat Robert Davis.The junior tallied 296 rushing yards on 19 carries,added a 98-yard kickoff return and finished with five total touchdowns. AFA (4-1) started running the ball more after the first quarter and wore down CDS whose players mainly play both offense and defense. Leading the way for the Bluejackets was running back Todd Macon.The junior knew he had to step up his game when teammate Cortavious Green's season ended after tearing his ACL. "They always told me,you're in somebody's shadow,"said Macon."I had to get out of that shadow." He got out of that shadow to the tune of 252 yards rushing yards and four touchdowns. "When you get down that big,you just got to take it one play at a time,"AFA coach Chris Miller said."We fought and clawed our way back into this game." CDS got on the board first when quarterback Deuce Gruden ran in from 10 yards out,and Davis busted loose on a 75-yard touchdown run on the first play of its next possession. The Bluejackets offense continued to stall,and a fumble recovered by Patirot Kalle Wilwant gave CDS great field position. Davis scored on a 1-yard run. Things continued to get worse for the Bluejackets when Davis picked off a ball in the end zone. "That's probably my best play of the game,"Davis said."It felt so good.Not many interceptions come my way." The Patriots were unable to capitalize and gave the ball back,punting from their own 5-yard line and setting up AFA with good field position. That was the first spark of offense. Napoleon Maxwell carried the ball twice for 27 yards to breathe some life into the Bluejackets offense.He finished with 141 yards and two touchdowns. Davis responded with a 55-yard run to put his team up 28-7. With just more than five minutes left in the first half,AFA scored a string of three touchdowns. Davis sandwiched halftime with a 98yard kickoff return and a 73-yard touchdown run to start the third quarter. "Their running back,Davis,is an ab-Bluejackets rush from behind, beat CDS CDS junior running back Robert Davis posted 296 rushing yards and five total touchdowns against AFA. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com) CDS senior lineman Chance Furman goes head to head with AFAsenior Steven Jones.Raise Chickens In Your BackyardEAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEY Holloway's Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) SMALL FLOCKMANAGEMENT SEMINAR Topics to be discussed: Health Management for Chickens Nutrition and much moreDOOR PRIZES & REFRESHMENTSSeminar at store on October 20, 2011 6:30pmCall or stop by to reserve your seat by Oct. 17thDr.Gary ButcherPoultry Veterinarian University of FloridaDr.Richard MilesProfessor, Poultry Nutrition University of FloridaDr.Richard MilesRegional Livestock Agent University of Florida IFAS Extension

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 14 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Sunlake football team passed one of its toughest early season tests by handling Class 6A-District 6 rival Mitchell 35-7 on the road on Sept.30. "I'm pleased with the way we performed,but we have to think about the next game,"said Seahawks coach Bill Browning. "We've got some things to improve on if we're going to get to where we want to be." Senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz went 9-of-15 passing for 197 yards and four touchdowns,while adding an 18-yard scoring run to Sunlake's offensive attack. The Seahawks (4-0) got on the board first when senior running back Rashaud Daniels caught a 45-yard strike from Stoltz. Sophomore wide receiver Ricardo Williams hauled in scoring catches of 52 and 51 yards. The Sunlake defense added a safety when senior lineman Paul Scott sacked Mitchell (3-2) quarterback Spencer Whittaker in the Mustang end zone in the second half. Sunlake was one play away from recording its third shutout of the season,but Mitchell sophomore running back Christian Trinidad broke a 50-yard touchdown run on the game's final play.The Seahawks defense did limit the Mustangs to 182 yards,none passing. Sunlake next travels for a district contest at Nature Coast on Friday,Oct.7 at 7:30 p.m.SPORTS Sunlake stays perfect Sophomore wide receiver Ricardo Williams caught two touchdowns for Sunlake in a district win against the Mustangs. Sunlake senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz threw for 197 yards and four touchdowns against Mitchell. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) 813.949.8411www.brittendental.comNEW PATIENTS & CHILDREN WELCOME WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANSOFFERING INTEREST FREE FINANCING213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452 Excellence in Dentistry,Uncompromised Care. EVENING HOURS EVERY WEDNESDAY!Lutz’s Hometown Lutz’sHometown Dentist Dentist for 22 Years for22Years Lutz’s Lutz’s Hometown Hometown Dentist for 22 Years for22Years Leonard L.Britten,D.D.S. Nicholas L.Britten,D.M.D. The clear alternative to braces. 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 WE SPECIALIZE IN HUMANA GOLD PLUS 23532 State Road 54 Lutz, FL33559To schedule an appointment, please call:(813) 909-1600SŽ Habla Espa–olLAB AND EKG ON-SITE Daniel L. Heinig, M.DBoard Certified in Internal Medicine Your Health Care Guardian Over 22 years of experience in adult medicine Friday 4pm 11pm Saturday 10am 11pm Sunday 12 noon 6pm The Land O' Lakes Swamp Festis returning in 2011 for its fourth season. So be sure to mark your calendars for this great community event. You can expect all of the same fun and excitement you have come to know, as well as more entertainment, food, unique vendors and more... To see our full schedule of events, locations of ticket sales, list of our sponsors, booth information, directions and/or information on donating to this great event, please visit our website. Sponsored by: The Land O'Lakes High School Athletic Booster Club & The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSNOVEMBER 4TH, 5TH& 6TH 813.920.2073 16553 Pointe Village Dr. Lutz S.R. 54Suncoast Pkwy. U.S. 41 Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm Fri & Sat 11am-11pm Sun 11:30am-10pmBUFFET DINE IN TAKE OUT BEST HAPPY HOUR IN TOWN2-4-1 ALL DAY EVERY DAY!BEER WINE COCKTAILSMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. $1.00 OFFAdult Lunch BuffetMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. 1 per adult (up to 4). Expires 10/12/11 $2.00 OFFAdult Dinner BuffetMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. 1 per adult (up to 4). Expires 10/12/11 LUNCH BUFFET& MONGOLIAN GRILLAll YouCan Eat CHICKEN CLAMS SUSHI SHRIMP MUSSELS CRAWFISH BEEF & MUCH MORE MONDAY-SATURDAY$699ONLY DINNER BUFFET& MONGOLIAN GRILLAll YouCan Eat OYSTERS BLUE CRAB SUSHI SHRIMP MUSSELS CLAMS FROG LEGS CRAWFISH$999 ROAST DUCK & MUCH MOREMON-THURS$1099FRI-SAT$999ALL DAY SUNDAY

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who works for Ierna's Heating & Cooling. "Something about this group draws new people.Once you become a member,you stay a member,"said Tripp,whose boss, Charlene Ierna is one of the original founders of Women-n-Charge. Being a member is good for business, said Childers,a travel agent. "I have received a lot of business,"she said."I've used a lot of the businesses here. But it goes beyond business,because I've made some very,very good friends.My mother who is 83 years old,she's part of this group." The group's mantra is "Empowering Women to Be Successful in Business,"and that's not just an empty phrase,club members said. Besides helping each other,the organization sponsors two $1,000 grants each year that are used to help women in business. A Women-n-Charge committee decides who should get the grant,said Elayne Bassinger,president of the group."They have to give us a business plan. They have to tell us what they're going to do with that money.They have to show us that they're in business,that they're legitimate," said Bassinger,vice president of Heritage Bank of Florida,located in Wesley Chapel.The group has fundraisers to raise money to support the grants. "We used to do a Business Expo," Bassinger said.But the group decided to host a tea party instead because of the economy.The business expo didn't generate as much money for their cause,she explained, Bassinger said. The women come to the group in different ways. Judy Nicolosi,a real estate agent,said a club member asked her to join. "She invited me a couple of times.I didn't join right away for no good reason. But when I did join,I found a great,great, group of people who are not only friendly but support each other and support each other's businesses,"Nicolosi said. Mary Ann Whallen wasn't one of the founders but was among the first wave of members,she said."I was the only home inspector in the group." She said she enjoys the camaraderie. Alicia Largel,who owns a title company, agreed:"It's a wonderful group of women. You actually make and keep friendships." Bassinger said she originally joined because she was invited by Christine Cooper. "That was in 2006,"Bassinger said. Cooper was excited about the group'sBUSINESS,from page 1potential for supporting women in business. "I'm a strong believer in that,"Bassinger said."Women don't always have a place to go to say really how they think and what they feel.They don't always do that if they're in groups of men." Women have different challenges than men in the work place,Bassinger said. "We need a place to explore those (challenges) and work through those,"Bassinger said. Although she initially joined the group because of Cooper's invitation,Bassinger stayed because of the relationships she developed,she said. Club members know they can count on each other for support,members said. "My mother passed away recently.And when she was in the hospital,I was overwhelmed with the number of people that called to ask what they could do for me. Whether it was just bringing me something to eat at the hospital,"Bassinger said. The group also makes it a point to offer a warm reception to any visitors or new members who attend its meetings. "You'll hear people say,"Oh,that group wasn't very welcoming."I think that's a huge reason that this group is different," Nicolosi said. "We have greeters.We take them around and introduce them.We don't leave them to their own devices,"Bassinger said. Women-n-Charge,Inc. club infoWomen-n-Charge,Inc.meets the first Friday of each month at Pebble Creek Golf Club,10550 Regents Park Drive in New Tampa.Lunch is $15 for members and $18 for non-members.Reservations should be made by calling Elayne Bassinger at (813) 907-3256 or (813) 495-2336.Check in and networking is from 11:30 a.m.-noon.The meeting,which typically includes a speaker,runs from noon-1 p.m.Individual membership is $50;corporate membership is $75. 2011 Tea and Fashion ShowThis year's tea party and fashion show will be at The Groves from 2-4 p.m.on Saturday, Oct.8.Tickets are $15 each or two for $25. For more information call Elayne Bassinger at (813) 907-3256 or (813) 495-2336 or visit www.women_n-charge.com. The Lake Padgett Water Ski Show Team had a group reunion this month after being disbanded in 2001 (photos courtesy of Vicki Anderson). From left, Phil Elmeer, Susanna Madden and Mike Van Eyk comprised the Trio Act.Formed in 1975,the Lake Padgett Water Ski Show Team was a family oriented club. The club's purpose was to promote water skiing through group participation,shows,tournaments and recreational activities that included the entire family.The club was a neighborhood ski club that had to maintain a majority membership of Lake Padgett Estates members.The team put on water ski shows similar to the ones performed at world-famous Cypress Gardens all over the Southern Region. The membership ranged from ages 2 to 80,reaching 100 people. The club disbanded in 2001.This very cohesive group had not gotten the chance to get together in 10 years.A reunion described as "very emotional"by participants was in September,where more than 50 past members came to watch videos of past performances at Cypress Gardens and regional competitions as well as reminisce about the privilege of having such a close bond of friends that supported one another in so much more than water skiing.Water ski team reunites after 10 years has since changed is opinion and believes the new scaled-down program will be solvent. "You would save on staffing,maintenance,utilities and a lot of other things," Hagan said. The new price for the program is also $10 less than a week at the similar program at public schools or at the YMCA.He added anyone on free or reduced-price lunch at school is eligible for a discounted rate of $30 or $20 a week in the program. "When we increased the fee to generate more revenue for the department,more people left,"Thornton said."It had the reverse effect,and that's been hurting the budget for the last two years." Thornton said two years ago 6,000 kids were in the park's after-school program,a record high.At that time,the per-week cost was $20. "We've talked with our parks director and looking at all the evidence we believe the cut in the cost will bring more kids to the program,"Hagan said."If you have a program and you lower the fees,they're going to come back in droves." Commissioner Kevin Beckner voted to bring the park's program back for the year but remains skeptical it will increase its population enough to make it self-sufficient in less than a year.He does not want to use any of the county's reserves to subsidize the service any longer. "How long do you operate at a loss before you decide to pull the plug on an operation?"Beckner asked."Another year? Two years? We're laying people off,so we can't afford to keep paying for a program not being used."For more information on Rec2Six,visit www.hillsboroughcounty.org/parks/rec2six/. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 17 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comKeith Fulk took over the men's soccer program at Saint Leo University (SLU) less than two months ago,and the squad has not missed a beat. The Lions are 5-3,with one loss to No.1 ranked Rollins College 2-1 in double overtime.Fulk said he knew SLU had talent when he watched the team play a pair of exhibitions during the summer. "When the opportunity came I was very excited to get back to collegiate soccer and excited to work with our athletic director Mr.(Francis) Reidy,but the icing on the cake was I saw these kids,and they are very talented,"Fulk said."I respect what Joel (Harrison) did here getting a lot of talented soccer players.I'm very excited to get the chance to mold them." Fulk replaces Harrison,who resigned in May,citing "exciting changes taking place in (his) personal life."Harrison was 69-40-6 in seven years with the Lions,including a 9-6 record last season. Fulk is no stranger to collegiate soccer,as he guided West Virginia to the 2001 NCAA Division I men's national championship. He left the college ranks to join the coaching staff for the U.S.national team from 2002-10,coaching in four youth World Cups.Fulk spent the last nine months with IMG Academy in Sarasota. "It was a passion and a dream to be part of representing your country,"Fulk said."The main thing I missed about college soccer is you have young men for four years.You can really mold their lives."The Lions'fast start has earned them No. 24 status according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), but the squad does not make a habit of checking out the number that precedes SLU."We don't try to look so much at the rankings,"said sophomore defender Michael Panter,a Freedom High graduate."We just try to play the game.If we're ranked that's great.If we're not we just keep playing our game." Most Lions said it is much easier to play their game because of the positive attitude Fulk has brought to the program,including junior defensive midfielder Daniel Valdez."He gives us a lot of confidence and he really knows soccer,"said Valdez,a Wesley Chapel High graduate."He helps us stay calm. In the games he tells you if you do something wrong,but he keeps you positive. When it's positive you can improve,because you don't have the pressure on you. We actually are playing so much better than last year,and I think the team is still going up."Valdez attended the University of South Florida as a freshman,but kept all four years of eligibility. Valdez decided to come to SLU because it gave him a better chance to see the field regularly and allowed him to play in the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) against top competition.The story was similar for freshman midfielder Bruno Da Silva. "I was debating between Saint Leo and the University of Tampa,but I got a good look at both,and I thought the way Saint Leo plays is more to my style,"Da Silva said. The SSC has four of the top-25 teams in the nation:No.1 Rollins,No.9 Barry University,No.16 Lynn University and No. 24 SLU.The Lions were ranked No.8 at one point last year,but were knocked out of the first round of the conference tournament by Florida Tech University. "I think it's the best Division II conference in the country,and we all expect to come in and have to work hard,"Fulk said. "They've got the talent,and I've inherited these kids,so I think we just had to change a little bit of their mentality.Letting them know that being average is not good enough." Fulk does not have any predictions for how far the team can go this year but did stress they have the talent to make a deep postseason run.His message of hard work and confidence also appears to be sinking in. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 18 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Gaither boys golf team may have started with six-over for the season,but the Cowboys have come on strong during the second half of the year as the district tournament approaches. "Our goal right now is to get the team a few more wins,"said junior and No.1 golfer Jimmy Stanger."That way we can have some momentum going into districts and ride that to regionals and hopefully states.That's the goal." Gaither (2-6) has had to replace two of its top-three players from last year's squad that finished as the Class 2A-District 10 runner-up and placed third in regionals.The Cowboys lost Josh Black and Shawn Sirignano to graduation. Gaither does return Stanger,Clyde Meadows and Patrick Highland,who were all in the squad's top five last year and also have a growing confidence in their ability to play together. "We have absolutely improved phenomenally,and we've grown as a team,"Meadows, a junior,said."There is something to be said for being out here all the time working to get better for each other,and I think it has shown in how we are as a team." Highland,a sophomore,said he has seen a stronger will to win each match during the last few weeks. "We are so much better,"Highland said. "We've been hanging in matches a lot better, and we're more comfortable with each other." The three returning players have also had to take on more of a leadership role on the young Cowboys squad, which has only one senior that has played in a match this season. "I'm trying to be more of a leader,"Meadows said."I do feel very responsible for this team. It's my job to keep them in line and focused,which is very hard to do.Patrick is another key leader, along with Jimmy." Gaither finished as the district runner-up last year behind tournament host King.Stanger posted a 77, tied for first through regulation but lost in a playoff. District and regional tournaments are played through nine holes. The Cowboys finished two shots away from second place in the regional tournament,just missing a spot in the 2A state event.Stanger shot a 75 at regionals to come in fifth,but only the top-two players not on an advancing team qualify for the individual finals. "I wanted to win districts,but honestly not making it to states drove me more," Stanger said."Our team missed qualifying for states by two strokes,and I missed making it as an individual by two.It's kind of like if I would have made it,then our team would have made it.I've thought about that a lot." Stanger said he has worked on his swing during the offseason to hit more fairways and greens to take his game to the next level.Three-year Gaither coach Dwayne Olinger said he has seen steady improvement in all of his players during the season and feels a strong showing at districts is possible. "If they all keep getting better in every match and every practice,then hopefully a couple guys can surprise you,"Olinger said. "Bottom line is we need to have at least two other kids shoot under 80 apart from Jimmy.If we do that,then we have a chance." Districts are on Monday,Oct.17 at Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club,200 Inverness Ave.,starting at 10 a.m. All results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Cowboys pushing toward districts Gaither's No. 1 boys golfer Jimmy Stanger is averaging an evenpar 36 during the regular season. (Photo courtesy of Stanger) Gaither junior Clyde Meadows works on his drive during a recent practice. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) Cowboys sophomore Patrick Highland practices his putting. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) 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 & Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 2346 Raden Dr. LandO'LakesBehind Wendy's Sundays available by appt. 813-909-8710 813-909-1432 Up-Do'sSTARTING AT$50.00MAKE APPT.NOW! MAKE-UP ARTISTS AVAILABLE. must mention coupon. exp 10/31/11FREE HAIRCUT&STYLEWITH COLOR OR HIGHLIGHTSSTARTING AT$50must mention coupon. exp 10/31/11 Coupons good with select stylists. HOMECOMING SPECIALS! TEMPORARY HAIREXTENSIONS(lasts 4-6 weeks)$75hair not included

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 19 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAfter months of debating,speculation and tough decisions,the Pasco Commission approved the county's budget for next year. The commissioners heard public outcry from those wanting to keep certain government programs going during the down economy,but the board's final budget seems to have quieted down those critical voices. In the end only one citizen showed up to the approval meeting,where he gave his compliments to the commissioners for their compromising efforts. "We took care of the sheriff,we took care of the swimmers,and we took care of the veterans,"said Commissioner Pat Mulieri. The new budget,which runs from Oct.1 through September 2012,includes $83.3 million for the Pasco Sheriff's Office.The plan includes $1.6 million for 23 new staffers to specifically help fight prescription drug use within the county. The sheriff's office will hire 10 detectives and two sergeants to create two new squads to battle drug abuse,eight nurses for the Land O'Lake Detention Center to help with inmate drug issues and three detectives to form a new intelligence-led policing unit to identify problem areas. The $1.1 billion budget also includes $160,000 to keep the county's last two public pools open.However,swimmers at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex and Veterans Memorial Park in Hudson will have to pay an additional $1 per day to use the facilities next year. The commissioners and parks department had proposed closing both pools to save about $300,000 but changed their minds when the Land O'Lakes Lightning swimming club agreed to take on some of the operating costs for the central Pasco facility. So far no group has stepped up to help run the west Pasco pool.The commissioners agreed to close the facility if no one steps up to help run the site by the end of next year. The commissioners had also planned to cut veteran's services by $15,800 but agreed to keep funding at its current level. In addition,the new budget keeps the current tax rate of $7.86 for every $1,000 of property value. The county's financial plan was passed by a 4-1 margin,with only Commissioner Jack Mariano voting against it. "I couldn't vote for a budget that includes the user fees for parks,"Mariano said. The county put in a $2 fee last year to use several parks as a way to generate revenue to keep them open seven days a week. Mulieri chastised Mariano for his decision. "If the people agreed with you where are they?"Mulieri asked."You have to know when to fold them.This is the time to fold." Mulieri later explained Mariano said he had heard from many people upset with the budget,but none of them showed up to the meeting to voice their concerns. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 5,2011 21 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLast year before the Jewish High Holy Days,Rabbi Mendy Yarmush drew a diagram to show how he wanted the chairs arranged for the services to be held in a hotel. This year,the services are being held at a new synagogue called Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass at 2124 Ashley Oaks Circle. The permanent worship space came along sooner than expected, said Yarmush,who moved to the area a couple of years ago,with his wife, Chanie. The couple thought they would find a small community of Jews in the New Tampa,Wesley Chapel and Land O'Lakes that would grow gradually. They were wrong. "Our first event was Hannukah,in December 2008,"Yarmush said,noting the celebration was staged at the Shops at Wiregrass. "We didn't know anyone in the community.We expected maybe a hundred people if we were lucky.Over 300 people showed up." Yarmush and his wife began offering various activities and services in their home. "About five months ago,someone from our community told me they wanted to write a Torah scroll,"he said. That's a significant undertaking,Yarmush said,and typically takes about a year to complete. He decided the time was right to launch a capital campaign to fund a permanent home for the congregation. Unlike traditional Jewish congregations, Chabad doesn't have membership fees and does not require tickets to be purchased for any of its services. "We don't have a membership base,per se.Because of that,our funding is completely voluntary from the community,"Yarmush said. While it doesn't have a permanent membership,the community has about 50 active families,representing 100-120 people,he said. "You have people who just show up for holiday programs or activities or events,"he said."Throughout the high holidays,we'll have probably 200-250 people.Hannukah, we've had upwards of 300." The synagogue has been received enthusiastically,he said. "People are excited,"he said,noting before the synagogue opened,many of the active families were traveling to north or south Tampa to attend services. The synagogue's mission is "to create a warm and non-judgmental environment, where every Jew is welcome,regardless of background,affiliation or financial means where everyone feels at home,from the inexperienced in ritual and practice,to the most learned,"according to a brochure it distributes. The synagogue also strives to be a place where "where children play and learn and develop their Jewish identities,where our elders share their wisdom and where parents learn to transmit the joy and beauty of Judaism to the next generation." Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass aims to meet people's needs. It also wants "to celebrate Judaism in a fun fashion.It should bring to life,Judaism," Yarmush said. The synagogue,in the Seven Oaks Professional Center,opened on Sept.11. "We picked the location because it's central.We're central to these new neighborhoods.The Wiregrass name,we Rabbi Mendy Yarmush stands in front of the Aron, where the synagogue's Torah is stored. Anew Aron will be built by a carpenter to house the Torah that is now being created for the synagogue. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass, 2124 Ashley Oaks Circle Meetings are on the first Friday of each month at 7 p.m.Various special events as well as a Jewish women's group are offered. For more information call (813) 642-3244 or visit,chabadcountyline.com.Jewish community has a new place to worship in Wiregrass think,will continue to develop.Everyone knows Wiregrass." The synagogue occupies about 1,800 square feet half of a two-unit professional office building. For now,that's enough to accommodate the synagogue's space needs.Renting the other side of the building will help generate revenue,and,when the congregation needs more space it'll be easy to expand,said Yarmush,who is excited about the congregation's new home. "It's nice.It's spacious.It's perfect,"he said. 33RD RATTLESNAKE RUN 5-MILE AND 1-MILE RACES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011 The LAKER / Lutz News The Rattlesnake Festival is located in the San Antonio City Park, 32810 Pennsylvania Avenue, San Antonio, Florida 33576. Just off State Road 52, three miles east of I-75 and six miles west of Dade City. For more information or to preregister for events and vendor applications, visit rattlesnakefestival.com or call R.A.G.E. at 352-588-4444 Of“cial Entry Form for the 33rd Annual Rattlesnake Run can be downloaded at: RattlesnakeRun.com Race Sponsors: !" "#$%& '""()##*+,-"#) %)" #*+ ./()"%)",*0""+00'12232442 5,6,7689:::!#;;#!&

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Serving Lutz/OdessaLutz NEWS 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. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Saturday and Sunday, Oct.15 & 16 10 to 5GROVE ATWESLEY CHAPEL I-75 AND SR 54 Fun for the whole family!Battle of the Wings Kids Pageant Hay Rides Custom Car Show Crafts Beer Garden Live Music County picks after-school park sitesHillsborough commissioners have identified 18 locations for the countys revamped after-school program,including Nye Park in Lutz. In July,commissioners voted 4-3 to eliminate the program run by the Hillsborough Parks,Recreation and Conservation Department to save $7.5 million but reversed that decision in August. County parks director Mark Thornton came up with a plan to reduce the number of locations for the program from 42, while reducing the cost from $48 to $38 for one week. We wanted to find a way to keep the program, Thornton said.The number of kids has dropped from 6,000-1,880 during the last few years, and we hope centralizing locations and dropping the cost will bring the numbers back. The scaled-down program is called Rec2Six,which reflects the hours of operation from 2-6 p.m.and the focus on keeping kids active,according to county spokeswoman Kemly Green. Rec2Six is an evidence-based,outcome-oriented recreation component that improves a childs quantity and quality of physical activity,motor skills,movement knowledge and peer interaction,Green said.The program measures fitness improvements throughout the year.The program also provides seasonal sports,fitness activities,art programs and special activities. The original plan was to have Rec2Six at 30 county sites,but the parks department decided against many of the locations because attendance was not large enough to warrant inclusion.The department can drop any center from the program if fewer than 25 kids are enrolled there. The new program started on Oct.3,the first day of the new fiscal year.Thornton said the operating cost for Rec2Six will likely be about half of the original program. The commission has given the parks department until next June to make Rec2Six self-sufficient.It wanted to eliminate the program to help close a $50 million budget shortfall. Commissioner Ken Hagan was one of the loudest supporters of cutting the program,stating it is brokenand unable to exist without major taxpayer subsidies.He The beauty of butterfliesPage 2St.Josephs big honorPage 6Warriors sweep WhartonPage 11 INSIDE They come from all walks of life. Theres a home inspector,a banker,a real estate agent and travel agent,to name just a few. Their background and experiences are varied,but they have some things in common:Theyre women,they are engaged in business,and they enjoy sharing what they know with each other. These women are members of Women-nCharge,Inc.,a group that meets once a month to gain exposure for their businesses and to help each other grow professionally and personally. The group began as the dream of Christine Cooper,who wanted to put together a group that would support women in business. I heard about the group from another networking group,said Anne Childers,a member since 2006. I was invited by another young lady, said Rosie Heim,an award-winning Avon representative.She said the woman told her that joining the organization would give her a great way to meet other women and expand her business. It turned out to be all that and more, Heim said. I love the ladies.I belong to another group as well,Lutz Land OLakes Womans Club.That is my giveback to the community group. I do this (belong to Women-n-Charge) for me.I need this.I need the ladies.Theyre all women in business.Theyre teaching me a lot,Heim said. When we have speakers,it is only telling you how you can make yourself better.You can grow outwardly in your business,or you can grow inside,Heim added. Loran Tripp,who joined the group in January,said the group is unlike others shes joined. All of us belong to other networking groups and many times,you get a lot of overlapping of the same people,said Tripp, Club encourages women to share business sense FREE ADMISSSSSSSION

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com When Jan and Jeff Means want a little entertainment,they just gaze out their back window and watch butterflies flutter by. The Lutz couple enjoys natures splendor on a regular basis as their yard on Newberger Road is an oasis for butterflies of all shapes,sizes and colors. Sometimes the couple will see hundreds of the winged creatures at the same time. The couples gardening venture started small,as these things often do. There was a little crepe myrtle tree out in the middle of the backyard,and I dug around that,maybe 5 or 6 feet around it and planted some lantana.The butterflies liked that,Jan said. As the couple enjoyed the butterflies, they developed an interest in how they could create a sanctuary that would attract them and make them want to stay. We started learning more about it when we joined the Native Plant Society,Jeff said. We went to native plant conferences and we went some of the Marc and Marie Minnos workshops and took nature walks with them,Jan said. He (Marc Minno) writes probably the best books on Florida butterflies.Period, Jeff said. The Lutz couple began hitting plant sales and stocking up on varieties known to be good nectar plants for butterflies. I was the one who started trying to figure out all of the host plants,Jeff said.Most butterflies host on one plant and nectar on another. The couple has host plants for every major butterfly thats found in the area,Jeff said. You dont have a butterfly garden,you have a butterfly yard,Jeff said. If you dont have the yard,you dont keep them. Butterfly lovers who want to not only attract butterflies,but to keep them in their yards need to pay attention to a butterflys needs,Jeff said. Theyve got to have a place to lay eggs, Jeff said.Host plants are what the caterpillars eat,he said.Butterflies will lay their eggs on those. They have to have a place to hide the chrysalis,Jan said.They need a nectar source.And,they need a place to bask. They also need minerals,Jeff said. One way to provide minerals is to fill a shallow bowl with some gravel,because the gravel has minerals in it,Jan said. Besides influencing what they choose to plant in their garden,the butterflies also affect other gardening practices,Jan said. For one thing,Jan doesnt use any insecticide in her garden.It could harm the butterflies. She doesnt pull as many weeds as she once did,either. Some plants that look like noxious weeds are excellent host plants for butterflies,Jan explained.Seeing natures glory in their own backyard Open to the Public BRING YOUR GAMEThrough our gateway lies your golfing adventure! 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amTaco Tuesday 5pm-8pm Includes Indian Tacos Friday Night Happy Hour PGA Golf Instructors Golf Club Repair Custom Fitting for Golf Clubs GPS Yardage System Grass Practice Facility w/Practice Bunker Fully Stocked Golf Shop Comprehensive Physical Exams Customized Preventative Health Care Digital Radiography In-House Laboratory On-Site Pharmacy Anesthesia & Surgery Pain Management Dental Scaling & Polishing House Calls Available 17945 State Road 54 Lutz DR . JOANNDANIELS www.CentralPascoVetCare.com 813-926-1126 Copperstone Executive Suites3632 Land O Lakes Blvd 813-298-7363 813-334-9493Educational Series Weekly Activities Face to Face Guest SpeakersCheck Out The BuzzWere All About Your Biz!www.BizBuzzConnections.bizAND WE MEAN BUSINESS! Networking with a TwistPlease join us Tuesdays at Copperstone Executive Suites from 8-9:30am TR INITY Memorial Gardens CEMETERY MAUSOLEUM FUNERALSERVICES CREMATIONOPTIONS OUTOFSTATEBURIALSInformational S eminar : CREMATIONWednesday,Oct.12,2011 @ 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

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We found that pellitory is a host plant for that gorgeous red admiral (butterfly) we had hanging around here early in the spring,Jan said.Its a weed that Id been taking out with a vengeance. I kind of wait to see and let nature take its course and watch to see what comes up in the butterfly garden,and then I start plugging in things.I want to let everything that lives there have a chance to come back out, Jan added. For those who are interested in attracting butterflies,Jan said she would recommend parsley,fennel or dill,some kind of passion vine,milkweed and any kind of citrus. Good nectar plants include penta,butterfly weed,milkweed,cassia,vibernums and coral honeysuckle. A good rule of thumb,Jeff said,is if you want to have butterflies,concentrate on the native plants that are always in the area where you live. Of the wide range of winged creatures that flutter in the couples yard,some of the most common are the gulf fritellary, monarch,black swallowtail,tiger and queen, the couple said. Jans favorite butterfly is the zebra swallowtail. Jeff said its hard to choose just one. I saw the red-spotted purple,he said, with obvious enthusiasm.When you see it, you believe youre in South America.Its so brilliant.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 GOOD BUTTERFLY BOOKSFlorida Butterfly Gardening, by Marc C.Minno and Maria Minno (University Press of Florida) Butterflies through Binoculars, by Jeffrey Glassberg,Marc C.Minno and John V. Calhoun (Oxford University Press) Floridas Fabulous Butterflies & Moths, by Thomas C.Emmel (World Publications) Florida Butterfly Caterpillars and Their Host Plants, by Marc C.Minno,Jerry F. Butler and Donald F.Hall (University Press of Florida)Gardening for Floridas Butterflies, by Pamela Traas (Great Outdoors Publishing Co.)Butterflies Through Binoculars:Florida, by Jeffrey Glassberg,Marc C.Minno and John V.Calhoun,Oxford University Press,198 Madison Ave.New York,NY 10016. Florida Butterfly Gardening:A Complete Guide to Attracting,Identifying, and Enjoying Butterflies of the Lower South, by Marc C.Minno,Maria Minno, Diane Pierce (Illustrator) University Press of Florida,15 NW 15th Street,Gainesville,FL 32603,(352) 392-1351. Floridas Fabulous Butterflies & Moths by Thomas C.Emmel,Brian Kenney (editor) World Publications Helpful websiteswww.naba.org (North American Butterfly Association) www.fnps.org (Florida Native Plant Society,look under planting natives) www.ffgc.org (Florida Federation of Garden Clubs)

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$1500/mo.3/2.5/2 two story house in great, recreational community. Christy Laramay 451-6727$695/mo.1/1 condo in NPR. Incl. water, sewer, trash & basic cable. Bernadette 949-7444$950/mo.3/2/1 house in LOL. Screened patio, fenced backyard, pet ok. Amy Manion 454-7139$1400/mo.3/2/2 in Stagecoach. Comm. pool, new carpet, W/D incl. Susan Fischbeck 610-0243$1650/mo.Beautiful 3/2/2+ office w pool in Country Way area. Rebecca Vazquez 810-0807$1000/mo.2/2.5 end unit townhouse in Riverview. Comm. pool. Joshua Smith 699-0588$925/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$1100/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 RENTALS Main 813-949-7444Espaol813-417-3529Toll Free800-922-5943 www.DennisRealty.com Mint condition!Move in ready 4/3/2 w screened pool on conservation lot in a gated community. Formal living/dining, large kitchen w custom 42" cabinets & Corian counters and new stainless steel appliances. Large family room overlooking pool. Extended garage. Only $215k.(hel)Indian Lakes! Impressive 3/3/2 on XL corner lot in gated community. Large formal living room w 10ft tray ceiling & adjoining formal diningroom. Roomy master suite w walk in closet. Spacious kitchen w all appliances & breakfast nook. W/D incl. Screened lanai. No CDD. $149k. (can) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $299.9k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $219k.(ged) 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! $215k.(bar)Need space?Two mobile homes on beautiful 1.83 acre tree shaded lot. Double wide mobile in front is perfect for rental or in laws. Back mobile is spacious 1512 sq ft. Room for RV and boat.Large detached workshop/garage in back. This is a must see property. Price reduced to $85k. In law suite!Custom 4/3/3 +pool/spa w in-law quarters which are incorporated into main house & include a bedroom, glamour bath & 12x17 sitting room w sliders to pool & patio. Great room w corner fireplace & vaulted ceiling. Conservation lot.No CDD or HOA.$275k.(red)Wesley Chapel!1998 built 3/2 manufactured home on over 3 acres. Huge open kitchen, spacious family room w fireplace & master suite w garden tub. Large open deck in front, private driveway with gate, dog house, room for pool & horses, RV or boats ok! $135k.(pea) 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. $175k.(ste) Gulf Location!2 bedroom, 3 bath, 1 car garage house on deep water canal w sheltered dock & boat lift. Large screened lanai, spacious deck w hot tub & two Tiki Huts. Hurricane fabric shutters, new A/C, new windows, new kitchen tile & painted in 2009. Must see! Only $275k.(lon)Waterfront!Amazing deal in Hudson for this 1950 sq. ft., 4 bedroom, 2 bath home w direct access to Gulf. Spacious family room overlooking backyard & canal, crisp & clean kitchen, bonus room & huge inside utility room. Freshly Painted. Private dock & seawall. $159.9k. (nau) Got horses?This 5 acre fully fenced Spring Hill property offers a spacious 3/2/2 home along w the quiet sounds of nature & total privacy.Open floor plan w laminate wood floors throughout living areas & impressive wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen & more. $295k. (mcm)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! $42.5k.(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! $340k. (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.$379.9k.(pin)Great deal! Completely remodeled 3/2/1 w XL covered, screened lanai & in ground pool on conservation lot w fence. ALL NEW: paint inside & out, roof, carpet & 18" tile, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, pool marcite, light fixtures & fans. Must see! $119k.(riv) Forest Hills! 6 bedroom, 3 bath home on over 1/2 acre lot. Large circular driveway. Master Suite is downstairs.Has safe room/bomb shelter beneath master bedroom.Golf course within 1/2 mile. Addition above garage. No HOA or CDD. Call for showing. $199k. (n ro)Cute as a button! This 3 bedroom, 1 bath house has been remodeled w NEW: vinyl siding, carpet, cabinets, electrical wiring & windows. Tiled front porch. Inside utility.Mature, shade trees in front.Convenient location, close to bus stops, schools & shopping. $54k.(nav) Champagne Taste?Exquisite 4 bedroom/3.5 bath/4 car garage home w study, pool/spa and beautiful pond/conservation view. Breathtaking custom kitchen w aquarium glass window overlooking pool. Huge master suite. Extremely well appointed. $899k. (mad) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x100 Waterfront!2.23 acre lot on Lake Thonotosassa, near custom homes. $450k.Rob Rochlin 948-0999.47 acre!Land O Lakes off Hwy 41. Zoned for MH. Utilities in place $25k. Patti Webster 310-0215WC area! Almost 1 ac. near 54 w/school zoning. Reduced to $139kOwner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Lutz. 2982 sf. $328k. Call Mark Willett 731-1516 Warehouse/Office Hwy 54 in Lutz.7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k. Mark Willett 731-1516. Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Kenneth Malphurs and his wife,Freda, have been living on their spacious property on Hanna Road for more than 30 years. Its a peaceful place,with a huge backyard,a collection of trees and a pond.The couple enjoys a sense of serenity on its 2acre plot and wants to keep it. But now theyre worried a soccer and futsal academy that is proposed behind them would destroy the tranquility they enjoy. They plan to raise their objections at a 6 p.m.rezoning hearing Oct.17 at Fred B.Karl County Center,601 E.Kennedy Blvd.in downtown Tampa. The rezoning is being requested by Jean M.Guillen and Charles B.Robinson. It would allow a soccer academy at 17202 Hanna,a 20-acre site on the west side of Hanna. The academy would provide instruction and practice to children ranging in age from 6-15 and would function as a local nonprofit organization,according to documents filed with Hillsborough County. In addition to teaching soccer skills,the academy would also focus on introducing children to positive traits such as self-reliance,self-worth and respect toward others, the document says. The plans call for playing soccer on outdoor fields and playing futsal indoors.Futsal is similar to soccer,but has just five players on each team,has a smaller playing area and has some different rules. The proposed soccer academy will have minimal impacts to the environment, transportation,drainage and infrastructure, and other community resources,the application states. It also notes the proposed use would have fewer impacts than would be caused by the single-family uses that are allowed under current zoning. No outdoor lights or overnight camps or dormitories are proposed,and the academy would operate at nonpeak hours,according to the application.At maximum use,there would be 42 players on the outdoor fields and 24 players in the indoor facility,the application states. No new buildings are planned on the site,except for a small restroom and concession stand,the application states.An existing metal structure would be converted into the futsal facility. Robinson said he and Guillen are trying to meet a community need.They want to provide youths a place to learn to play soccer so theyll have a wholesome place to go. He thinks the children most likely to use the facility would come from New Tampa, Lutz and Wesley Chapel. He thinks the use will have minimal impacts on area residents. Kenneth has his doubts. Hes concerned that the development could increase potential for flooding in an area that has flooded in the past. Hes also worried about potential environmental problems. When he fertilizes all of those fields,all of that runoff is going to go to 13 Mile Creek,Kenneth said. Area traffic is likely to increase and parking could become a problem,too,especially when there are tournaments,he added. Kenneth has some other concerns,too. He shares a pond with the applicants and is worried that children attending soccer games may wander off and get into the pond,where they could drown. We think there might be an alligator out there,Freda added. When you have three fields going with tournaments say youve got 300 people, how can you control where they go? Kenneth said. Robinson said the most recent version of the rezoning application calls for building a 6-foot fence to keep people away from the pond. Kenneth also questions how this kind of use can be consistent with the communitys comprehensive plan,when the area is clearly residential. We have no objections to progress in Lutz,Kenneth said.We dont. Why do you want to disrupt a community,thats residential,single-family?he asked. But Robinson said his facility would meet an important community need.Were not trying to overrun peoples rights to peace and property,Robinson said.At the same time,were part of a community.No soccer school in his backyard Chris Williamsin her mid 50sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert TAKE ACTION NOW, AND GET STARTED!Call 813-909-4939 Are your clothes getting tight? 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. 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PETof theWEEK 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com When St.Josephs HospitalNorth opened in early 2010,it became the first new full-service hospital in Hillsborough County in 30 years and the first such facility in Lutz.The BayCare Health Systems hospital recently achieved another first when it was given LEED,or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design,certification by the U.S.Green Building Council. It is the first time a Florida facility has received the honor,which recognizes environmentally sustainable business practices.We dont give out this certification to just anyone,said Rick Fedrizzi,president and CEO of the council.Facilities have to demonstrate that they are doing everything possible to be a steward of the environment from the construction materials,to how the facility is run and future plans. Colleen Mackin,executive director for the councils local chapter,said such ecofriendly hospitals have a positive impact on the overall health of the area. Research shows environmentally sustainable buildings contribute to improved health,so having a green hospital helps St. Josephs achieve its vision of creating a healthy environment for the community it serves,Mackin said. The 350,000-sqaure-foot,$225 million hospital,located at 4211Van Dyke Road in Lutz,was designed using energy-efficient materials with high levels of recycled content.The resources used also will not emit chemicals into the environment,according to St.Josephs Hospital-North chief operating officer Paula McGuiness. Besides using more environmentally friendly building materials,the hospital: Selected refrigerants that minimize the impact on ozone layer depletion. Has water fixtures that use 20 percent less water than standard ones. Has lighting and heating controls to reduce energy use,reducing consumption by 12 percent versus standard equipment. Has a roofing system that helps reduce the heat effect and keep temperatures cooler. Uses only reclaimed water from retentions ponds to maintain its landscaping. Uses only low-emission paints,adhesives,sealants,fabrics and carpets inside the facility. Used only building materials produced within 500 miles of the hospital to reduce transportation. Offers preferred parking to low-emission and fuel-efficient vehicles. The overall design of the hospital was also done in such a way to incorporate the trees and waterways around as a way to help protect the wildlife in northern Hillsborough.It also gives patients a view of nature instead of bricks and mortar within the facilitys rooms. McGuiness said it was always the goal to eventually have the hospital LEED certified. She added they did not want to affect the health of the environment while working to improve healthcare in the area. Buildings are one of the largest consumers of resources and energy in this country,McGuiness said.St.Josephs Hospitals and BayCare Health System believe in being leaders of environmental stewardship,innovation and corporate responsibility. McGuiness said St.Josephs HospitalNorth has all the traditional health offerings of any acute care facility,including emergency care,surgical services,imaging, intensive care,obstetric and cardiac catheterization.For more information on the hospital, call (813) 443-2046 or visit www.stjosephsnorth.com. Lutz hospital lauded for earth-friendly features (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is addl $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND OLAKES 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 Y ALL DOGS ALL BREEDS ANY AGE ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION COME JOIN US FOR YAPPYHOUR Friday,October 7th from 5pm to 7pm to celebrate CHEAPSHOTSnew day & extended time!!Wine, appetizers and FREEtreats for the pups18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMING $5 Off GroomingWHEN YOU BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT DURING YAPPY HOUR 10% off all toys all day! 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders (SHINE) will be presenting a Medicare 101 workshop on Saturday,Oct.15 at 10:30 a.m. at the Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church, 19911 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.in New Tampa. This free workshop is open to the community and will focus on what you need to know about enrollment and the recent changes to benefits. SHINE is a program of the Florida Department of Elder Affairs,which offers one-on-one assistance and information at no cost to you.Specially-trained volunteers of the SHINE program can assist with Medicare,Medicaid,prescription drug and health insurance questions by providing information,comparing policies and helping with claims and appeals. To attend the workshop,RSVP by contacting the church office at (813) 973-2484. For additional information,call Robin Watt at (813) 740-3888 or our Elder Helpline at (800) 963-5337.Florida Hospital Tampa will host three seminars on surgical weight loss at its LifeHope Medical Office,3000 Medical Park Drive in Tampa.The free classes are on Saturday Oct.8 and 29 from 10-11:30 a.m., and on Tuesday,Oct.18 from 6:30-8 p.m.The program uses a multidisciplinary approach to address the physical and emotional elements of losing weight.Dr.John Dietrick will lead the seminars.To sign up,call (813) 615-7077.Dr.Craig Bennett,an orthopedic surgeon, is the featured speaker for an upcoming free lecture called Treatment for Acute Thoracic and Lumbar Fractures.Compression fractures of the vertebra are common,especially in older adults. Such injuries are usually caused by osteoporosis and range from mild to severe. More severe fractures can cause significant pain,leading to inability to perform daily activities.There are several ways these problems can develop and be cared for.Bennett will discuss how to prevent compression fractures by diagnosing and treating predisposing factors, identifying high-risk patients and educating patients and the public about measures to prevent falls and current treatments available. The presentation is at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,on Wednesday,Oct.19 at 3 p.m. Refreshments will be served,but reservations are required.To sign up,call (727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119.The Womens Center at Florida Hospital Tampa,3100 E.Fletcher Ave.,will have a lecture on breast health in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Thursday,Oct. 20 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.Dr.John Cox will lead the program.To sign up,call (877) 4824361.Florida Hospital Tampa hosts a free breast cancer support group on the fourth Tuesday each month at its LifeHope Medical Office,3000 Medical Park Drive.The next meeting is on Tuesday,Oct.25.For more information or to register,call (877) 482-4361.Florida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care,9441 Health Center Drive in Land OLakes,will have a free program to teach people about breast health on Thursday,Oct.27 from 7-8 p.m.The event will teach the importance of monthly self examination and early detection of breast cancer,why mammograms matter and how family history contributes.Light refreshments will be served.To register,call (877) 482-4361.Community Hospital is offering a community education class called Heart Healthy Nutrition:Eating for a Healthy Heart.The next course is on Thursday,Oct.25 at 10 a.m.Programs are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey. The class presents concepts of hearthealthy eating to control blood pressure and protect the heart.Participants will learn: Dietary balance of fruits,vegetables, low fat dairy and lean protein Good and bad fats Controlling sodium intake Importance of dietary fiber Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and to sign up, call (727) 834-5630.Community Hospital is offering a community education class called Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight on Thursday,Oct.27 at 10 a.m. Classes are led by a registered dietitian on the fourth Thursday of every month at 5637 Marine Parkway in New Port Richey.The class explores basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle,including food choices and exercise.Participants will learn: How to determine a healthy weight Calorie control Boosting metabolism How to become more active Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations,call (727) 834-5630.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. The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation will have the sixth annual Sister Stroll event on Sunday,Oct.23 at the facilitys fitness trail,7050 Gall Blvd.in Zephyrhills.The event includes a walk to help raise money for the foundations project, which is helping pay for the future Breast Health Center at the hospital.The new facility is set to open in the middle of 2012.It is also meant to help people honor those battling breast cancer,survivors or those who have died from the disease.For the first time,the event will include a 5-kilometer race on the small roads around the hospital.Awards will be given to the first three finishers in various male and female age groups. Registration for the 5K starts at 5:30 a.m.,with the race beginning at 7:30 a.m. and awards at 9 a.m.Registration for the walk is at noon,with the event starting at 1 p.m.and a prize drawing at 2 p.m.The cost for the 5K is $25.The walk is free,but donations are welcome and all money raised will go to the Breast Health Center.The new addition to the hospital will let patients receive screening,diagnostics,treatment and education about breast health in one central location.For more information,call the foundation at (813) 783-6144 or visit www.fhzeph.org and click on make a gift.HEALTH & WELLNESS Sister Stroll set for Oct.23

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Whats HappeningWhat s Happening The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society is having a Fall Native Plant Sale on Saturday,Oct.15 from 10 a.m.2 p.m.The sale will take place at the Land OLakes Community Center,5401 Land O Lakes Blvd.in Land OLakes.There will be a Master Gardener information table to help you with your gardening questions,free literature,books for sale and plant profiles to help buyers put the plants in the right place.For further information,contact Mary at (727) 849-2335 or visit http://www.pasconativeplants.org.There will be a free seminar on how to raise chickens in small flocks in suburban back yards on Thursday,Oct.20 at Holloways Farm Supply,3036 Land O Lakes Blvd.in Land OLakes.Poultry experts from the University of Florida will be discussing health management and nutrition for chickens living in small flocks. Call Holloways at (813) 949-6809 to reserve your seat.Door prizes will be given and refreshments will be served.Tiger Woods donated a signed,tournamentworn Nike golf glove to help fundraising efforts with Keystone United Methodist Churchs annual Wayne Odell Keystone Classic Golf Tournament.The glove will be auctioned by Premier Auctions during its Oct.22-29 online auction of sports items.Interested parties may go to www.premiereauctionsonline.com.The bestball scramble tournament will begin at 8:30 a.m.on Nov.12 at the Silver Dollar Golf Club. Entry is $55 per person and includes lunch following the tournament,as well as prizes, contests and door prizes.Registration deadline is Sunday,Nov.6.In addition to golfers, organizers are also seeking support through hole sponsors,at a cost of $100 and up. Anyone interested in participating in the golf tournament is asked to contact KUMC at (813) 920-5153.Keystone United Methodist Church is located at 16301 Race Track Road in Odessa.Volunteers are needed in October in preparation for a haunted house sponsored by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation and the Land OLakes Community Center. The actual event dates are Oct.21 from 7:30-9 p.m.and Oct.22 and 23 from 7:30-10 p.m.The haunted house will be at the Land OLakes Community Center at 5401 Land OLakes Blvd.For further information,call the center at (813) 929-1229.The Land OLakes High class of 2001 will kick off its 10-year reunion by attending the football game at Land OLakes High on Friday,Oct.14.Members of the reuniting class can meet at a tent set up for them at the game and then sit together to cheer for the Gators.Immediately following the game,at approximately 9:30 p.m.,the class will meet at the Beef OBradys,7040 Land OLakes Blvd.No reservations needed.Golfing for a Cure,a four-person golf scramble to benefit the American Cancer Societys Relay For Life,will take place on Saturday,Oct.8 at the Abbey Course at St. Leo University,33640 SR 52 West in St.Leo. The event will begin at 8 a.m.with a shotgun start.The entry fee is $30 and includes golf,cart,longest drive and closest to the pin contests,and lunch.For more information or an entry form,call (352) 5884037 or email cjhedman@aol.com.Entry is limited to the first 100 players or 25 teams.Donna Fulciniti,a committee member for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer (MSABC),is having a hot dog fundraiser.For $2.50,you can get a hot dog,bag of chips and a bottle of water all for the purpose of fighting breast cancer.The fundraiser will be held in front of the Sweet Bay at 27301 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel on Saturday and Sunday,Oct.8 and 9 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.For details,call Donna Fulciniti at (813) 9947110.All proceeds from hot dog sales will benefit MSABC.Call the American Cancer Society at (813) 949-0291 for details and directions about MSABC.The Lexington Oaks Womens Club is seeking vendors and sellers to participate in its annual fundraising event,in conjunction with the community yard sale,located at 26304 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel on Saturday,Oct.15 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.Spaces are available for $15.For applications and information,call Sharon at (813) 967-5677. A country jamboree will take place on Saturday,Oct.8 from 6-9 p.m.at the Lutz Civic Center,98 First Ave.Northwest in Lutz.The jamboree benefits the Hacienda Girls Ranch in Melbourne.Funds from the jamboree will provide a much-needed computer for the young girls.A barbecue meal,beverage and desserts are planned for the evening.Tickets for the jamboree are $12 for one or $20 for two.Call Sandy at (813) 949-5530 for tickets or to get more information.Crafts,gift baskets,plants and more are offered at the annual holiday Craft Fair at Keystone United Methodist Church,16301 Race Track Road in Odessa,set for Saturday, Oct.8,from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.Breakfast will be offered by the United Methodist Men,and lunch will be served by the youth group. Outdoor booth space is still available for $30.To request an application form or obtain more information,email keystoneumc@tampabay.rr.com,or call the church office at (813) 920-5153. Debbie Hawley is running for Honorary Mayor of Land OLakes and is having a fundraising family barbecue and water ski show.The event will go from 3-7 p.m.on Saturday,Oct.8 at Hungry Harrys Bar-B-Que,3116 Land OLakes Blvd.in Land OLakes.There will also be a dunk tank and silent auction.A limited number of tickets will be available at the event.Tickets in advance are $25 for adults and $10 for children aged 16 and younger.There are four locations to buy tickets: Hawley Dental,Holloways Feed Store,McFarlane Appliance and Harveys Hardware.Funds raised will benefit the Pediatric Cancer Foundation and the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce. 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Pasco-Hernando Community College has received an Adult Education Career Pathways Grant for $243,410.The grants primary goal is to provide a clear set of educational steps that will give adult education students a direct educational path to jobs in the community. Part of the project will emphasize how reading,writing and mathematics skills are used in the workplace. The grant-supported program will run through June 2012. The Zephyrhills High marching band performed with the University of South Florida marching band during the fourth annual Heart of Thunder Day half-time show during the USF Bulls vs.Ball State football game on Sept.10 at Raymond James Stadium. More than 60 Zephyrhills students played before an audience of more than 45,000.Zephyrhills was among 26 Tampa Bay area schools participating in the event.The Wesley Chapel High Parent Teacher Student Association will have a rummage sale from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.on Nov.5 at the corner of Old Pasco Road and Country Club Road. Proceeds will benefit the schools Assist Believe Care program to help those in need of a Thanksgiving meal and other assistance throughout the holidays. The East Pasco Retired Educators Associations will meet at the IHOP Restaurant,13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m.on Thursday,Oct.20.All retired school personnel and friends are welcome.For more information call Joyce Snow,in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills (813) 788-4980.Odessa Elementary is having a Bingo night from 6-8:30 p.m.in the cafeteria at the school,1874 Ketzal Drive in New Port Richey. Other upcoming events include a Red Ribbon week beginning Oct.24,health screenings on Oct.27 and a fall carnival from 5-8 p.m.on Nov.4.Sand Pine Elementarys Parent Teacher Association will hold its fifth annual Fall Festival from 6-9 p.m.on Friday,Nov.4,at the school. The family friendly event will include food,games,prizes,a decorating contest and more.If you would like more information or are interested in volunteering,please email volunteer4spes@gmail.com or contact Chrystal Mueller at (813) 794-1900. Sand Pine Elementary School is located at 29040 County Line Road in Meadow Pointe.The percentage of 2011 seniors in Hillsborough County public schools taking the SAT test increased 15 percent over the previous year. The College Board,publisher of the SAT, reported that 9,071 district 12th graders took the SAT in 2010-2011,an increase of 1,207 students from 2009-2010 (7,864). This represents a 42 percent increase (an additional 2,688 students) over the number who participated five years ago.Graduates who received GED diplomas were honored in the East Pasco County Graduation Ceremony on Aug.25. The 107 graduates represented students from Land OLakes,Sunlake,Pasco,Wesley Chapel,Wiregrass Ranch and Zephyrhills high schools and also from Moore Mickens Education Center.They ranged in age from 16 to 57. The ceremony was held at Pasco Schools Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel. Long-time adult education teacher Allen Sweet was honored posthumously and a scholarship fund was established in his memory.He was lauded as a dedicated and talented teacher who helped thousands of students during his career.Charles S.Rushe Middle School will have a Family Fun Night from 4-9 p.m.at Extreme Adventures on SR 54.Proceeds from the event will be used by the Parent Teacher Student Association to benefit the school in various ways.All Childrens Hospital will sponsor a Walk to School day at Woodland Elementary on Wednesday,Oct.5 in honor of International Walk to School Day. These locations have been identified as a meeting place to help assist in staffing volunteers.Teachers,volunteers and All Childrens staff will be at Zephyrhills First Christian Church on the corner of North Ave and Eighth Street or Zephyrhills First Nazarene Church on the corner of Henry Drive and 12th Street. The focus of the event is to emphasize bicycle and pedestrian safety,physical activity,improving air quality and ensuring there is a safe,walkable community. The groups will be walking in shifts,with the first group leaving at 9 a.m.and the last one leaving at 9:20 a.m. All students that participate will receive a prize and refreshments. Students all over the world will be participating in the same time in the international wall.For more information,visit www.walktoschool.org College and career reading improved slightly among ACT-tested U.S.high school graduates,according to ACTs yearly report, The Condition of College & Career Readiness 2011. The findings also reveal that there is still substantial room for improvement. Test results show that 25 percent of graduates in the class of 2011 who took the ACT exam met or surpassed all four of the ACT College Readiness Benchmarks,suggesting they are ready to succeed academically in specific first-year college courses (English composition,college algebra,introductory social science and biology) without the need for remediation.This compares to 24 percent last year,marking the third consecutive year that overall college-and-career readiness has increased. This year,45 percent of test takers (compared to 43 percent last year) met or exceeded the ACT College Readiness Benchmark in math,while 30 percent (compared to 29 percent last year) met or exceeded the benchmark in science. Schools are newsy places. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com 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 Teen Game Night,6 p.m.Oct.7 Beginning Japanese Class,3 p.m.Oct.8, Oct 22 SCORE Starting a Home Business 102, 5:30 p.m.Oct.11 Teen Advisory Board,6 p.m.Oct.11, Oct.25 Basic Email Skills I,10 a.m.Oct.12 Kids Crafts,2 p.m.Oct.15 Teen Food Fear Factor,6 p.m.Oct.18 Family Night Out,6:30 p.m.Oct.18 Book Discussion Group,2 p.m.Oct.19 Teen Costume Contest and Dance,7 p.m.Oct.28 The library is closed Sundays and Mondays and is located at 2818 Collier Parkway in Land OLakes and can be reached at (813) 929-1214.Toddler Time,10:30 a.m.every Wednesday Storytime,11 a.m.every Wednesday Baby Time,11 a.m.every Thursday Word I:Introduction,2 p.m.Oct.5 Saturday Morning Movies at the Library, 11 a.m.Oct.8 Computers Basics,12:30 p.m.Oct.10 Word II:Font and Page Formatting,2 p.m.Oct.12 Windows Introduction,12:30 p.m.Oct. 17 Estate Planning in Florida,6:30 p.m.Oct. 17 Word III:Paragraph Formatting,2 p.m. Oct.19 Fall Festival,10 a.m.Oct.22 Web 2.0,12:30 p.m.Oct.24 Non-Spooky Celebration,3:30 p.m.Oct. 24 Word:Resume Wizard,2 p.m.Oct.26 Art for the Ages,4 p.m.Oct.27 The library is located at 17808 Wayne Road in Odessa and can be reached at (813) 273-3652.Story Time,11:30 a.m.every Tuesday Baby Time,10:15 a.m.every Thursday Toddler Time,11 a.m.every Thursday Word I,Creating Tables,2 p.m.Oct.10 Master Gardener:The Lazy Gardener, 6:30 p.m.Oct.10 The Paris Wife by Paula McLain,2 p.m. Oct.11 Microsoft Office Graphics-Word Art,2 p.m.Oct.17 Lego My Library!,6:30 p.m.Oct.17 Microsoft Office Graphics Photos,Clip Art and Shapes,2 p.m.Oct.24 Genealogy:Military Records,2 p.m.Oct. 26 The library is located at 101 W.Lutz-Lake Fern Road in Lutz and can be reached at (813) 273-3652. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Community SportsCommunity SportsPasco Outlaws sweep first double headerThe Pasco Outlaws,a new competitive baseball club for kids ages 8 and younger,won the first two games in the programs history by defeating the Riverview Rockets in both games of a double header on Sunday,Sept.11. The Land O Lakes-based club won the first game 7-2,and completed the sweep with a 10-0 victory.The squad plays in AAU and USSSA tournaments and has players from Land O Lakes,Lutz and Wesley Chapel. Players include Mason McDougall,Luke Fischer,Zach Bice,Tyler Armstrong,Cole Callicoat,Aidan Sherman,Caden Kwiat,Kyle Doran,Zach Showalter,Jackson Choinski, Seth Martinez and Evan Richter.Coaches are Rich Doran,Larry Callicoat and John Choinski.Middle school basketball clinicsJAMM Stars Youth Basketball Training will host basketball skills clinics for girls in seventh and eighth grade on Oct.15-16 from 1-3 p.m. at Land O Lakes Christian,5105 School Road in Land O Lakes.The clinic will focus on drills and conditioning for girls trying out for their middle school teams or those who have already made the team and are looking to improve their skills.For more information or to register,visit www.jammstars.com or call coach James Mason at (813) 428-1772.Lance Randall fills out classFirst-year Saint Leo University mens basketball coach Lance Randall has solidified his 2011-12 recruiting class with the additions of Trent Thomas and Sven Sabljak.The Lions lineup will feature 12 new faces when the team tips off in November. Thomas,a 6-foot-4 junior guard,transfers from North Dakota State College,where he played in every game last year.He posted 13.5 points and 4.3 rebounds per game in 2010-11 to help his squad go 25-6. Trent is a highly skilled and athletic wing, Randall said.He has been successful at both the high school and the junior college level. Sabljak,a 6-foot-7 sophomore forward, transfers from State Fair Community College. As a senior in high school he led his team to a 19-11 record while averaging eight points and six rebounds per game. Sven is a highly skilled big kid from Zagreb,Croatia with good toughness, Randall said.He has a great frame and feet of a guard and will be a great fit in our program. Both student-athletes will join 13 other members of the Saint Leo mens basketball team when they officially start practice later this month.Sports editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.Saint Leo University (SLU) womens soccer player Laura Carstens was named the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Defensive Player of the Week. Carstens,a goalkeeper,helped the Lions (10-0) go 2-0 while allowing zero goals during the week of Sept.19-25.During the week the freshman helped SLU defeat Alabama-Huntsville and record a 1-0 upset over formally No.1 ranked Florida Tech,an SSC opponent. Carstens,a native of Denmark,faced 13 shots and made five saves against Florida Tech to post her first career shutout.She played all 90 minutes against Florida Tech,as well as 68:49 against Alabama-Huntsville. The pair of wins moved the Lions up 14 spots to No.6 in the current National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division II national poll,the highest ranking in program history.Carstens and SLU will host SSC rival Rollins College on Friday,Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. Carstens named Defensive Player of the WeekSteinbrenner volleyball coach Jennifer Graham warned her playersparents there might be some late matches because of the stiff competition her team was going to face this season. The Warriorscontest against Wharton (11-2) on Sept.27 appeared like one of those matches,but Steinbrenner (14-3) made quick work of the Wildcats,dismissing them 25-12,25-14,25-11. Every single person on the court did their job,Graham said.Not a lot of ups and downs,which is what were used to.It was just solid play. Warriors senior outside hitter Miranda Powell had a team-high 15 kills,while senior libero Cary Anne Bame led the way with 17 digs. Graham praised Powell for playing with her head instead of just smacking the ball around. That was by far her smartest game shes ever played,Graham said.Its not about kill, kill,kill its about putting the ball in certain spots.Powell laughed in agreement when she heard Grahams thoughts.I tried to play better decisions,because this is a better team,and theyre very good defensively you just have to find their spots,Powell said. I was not expecting to dominate as well as we did. It was the second win against stiff competition, as Steinbrenner defeated Durant on the road in a five-set match the previous night.Sophomore setter Casey McLean said they knew the Wildcats had defeated Durant previously and used that as motivation.The fact that some girls on Steinbrenner and Wharton know each other from club volleyball was added incentive.One of our main,main goals tonight that coach Graham said was to focus, McLean said.No matter who youre playing if its your friend,if you have no clue who they are you treat them completely as equal.Its all business.After,its fun to beat your friends. Wharton coach Eric Barber didnt enjoy himself as much as the Warriors.It was only the second loss for his team,though both came in straight sets.He said his Wildcats had trouble with Steinbrenners serving. They served lasers at us,and our girls just didnt pass the ball,Barber said.Its hard to win games when you cant pass the ball and service receive. Steinbrenner hosted Chamberlain on Oct.3,but results were not available at press time.The Warriors travels to Gaither on Tuesday,Oct.11.Wharton hosts Newsome on Tuesday,Oct.4.Both matches start at 7:30 p.m.Warriors take Fivay titleThe Steinbrenner volleyball team went 40 en route to claiming the Fivay Volleyball Classic. The Warriors (14-3) defeated Nature Coast 25-13,25-23 in the finals on Oct.1, capping off a week that saw the Lutz school win six matches. It was the first time weve played a tournament in Pasco since the Anclote Tournament our first year,said Steinbrenner coach Jennifer Graham.We had a break in our schedule,so we wanted to play in a tournament with good competition and against teams were not used to. The Warriors,the only Hillsborough County squad in the event,had a height advantage against Nature Coast (16-1) on the front line,especially with 5-foot-11 Miranda Powell and 5-foot-9 Madison Seuzeneau.The two put down 10 kills apiece in the title match. Nature Coast was awesome,and we tried to keep the ball away from their big hitters with our serving,Graham said.We had some good passing and we were able to run our fast offense. Natalia Campos and Powell each had six digs in the finals for Steinbrenner.Powell also added six aces. The Warriors defeated Lecanto and Wesley Chapel before defeating Mitchell 2520,25-22 in the semifinals.Seuzeneau had 10 kills against the Mustangs,while Powell had nine. All of Grahams players go playing time at the event. That was great because it preps some of the younger girls for next year,Graham said. Its tough to get everybody in when you have a tough schedule,so this was a great opportunity....Mirandas sister Madison got in to play some defense and shes a little fire cracker.She gave us real energy. It is the first tournament title for Steinbrenner since winning the Anclote event in 2009. I was proud of my girls,Graham said. Its great for them to bring home a trophy. 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solute man,Miller said.I told him I cant wait to watch him play football on Saturdays,because hes going to have a special career. Macon continued to pound the ball,finishing with 145 yards after halftime.His last score was a 37-yard run that gave his team the winning cushion. We knew our season was on the line, and we didnt want our season to be over, so we gave it our all,Macon said. Davisnumbers served him no consolation in the loss. Thats the most heart-breaking thing youll ever go through playing football, Davis said.You have good games,you have horrible games,but when youre up and you lose something like that,it takes a little part out of you.It makes you never want to lose again. CDS travels to Canterbury on Friday, Oct.7 at 7 p.m.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Steinbrenner 3-1 (1-0) Gaither 2-2 (1-0) Tampa Bay Tech 2-3 (1-0) Chamberlain 0-4 (0-1) Freedom 0-4 (0-1) Wiregrass Ranch 0-5 (0-1) Class 6A-District 6 Sunlake 4-0 (2-0) Hernando 3-2 (2-0) Nature Coast 3-2 (2-0) River Ridge 3-1 (1-1) Mitchell 3-2 (1-1) Land O Lakes 2-2 (1-1) Springstead 1-3 (0-2) Central 0-5 (0-2) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 5-0 (2-0) Fivay 3-1 (2-0) Zephyrhills 2-2 (2-0) Gulf 1-3 (1-1) Ridgewood 1-4 (1-1) Wesley Chapel 2-2 (0-2) Anclote 0-4 (0-2) Hudson 0-4 (0-2)SPORTS The Carrollwood Day (CDS) football team took an early lead against Class 2ADistrict 5 rival Admiral Farragut (AFA),but the Bluejackets came back thanks to power running to win 49-41 on Sept.30. The Patriots (3-2) went ahead 22-0 after the first quarter behind all-purpose threat Robert Davis.The junior tallied 296 rushing yards on 19 carries,added a 98-yard kickoff return and finished with five total touchdowns. AFA (4-1) started running the ball more after the first quarter and wore down CDS whose players mainly play both offense and defense. Leading the way for the Bluejackets was running back Todd Macon.The junior knew he had to step up his game when teammate Cortavious Greens season ended after tearing his ACL. They always told me,youre in somebodys shadow,said Macon.I had to get out of that shadow. He got out of that shadow to the tune of 252 yards rushing yards and four touchdowns. When you get down that big,you just got to take it one play at a time,AFA coach Chris Miller said.We fought and clawed our way back into this game. CDS got on the board first when quarterback Deuce Gruden ran in from 10 yards out,and Davis busted loose on a 75-yard touchdown run on the first play of its next possession. The Bluejackets offense continued to stall,and a fumble recovered by Patirot Kalle Wilwant gave CDS great field position. Davis scored on a 1-yard run. Things continued to get worse for the Bluejackets when Davis picked off a ball in the end zone. Thats probably my best play of the game,Davis said.It felt so good.Not many interceptions come my way. The Patriots were unable to capitalize and gave the ball back,punting from their own 5-yard line and setting up AFA with good field position. That was the first spark of offense. Napoleon Maxwell carried the ball twice for 27 yards to breathe some life into the Bluejackets offense.He finished with 141 yards and two touchdowns. Davis responded with a 55-yard run to put his team up 28-7. With just more than five minutes left in the first half,AFA scored a string of three touchdowns. Davis sandwiched halftime with a 98yard kickoff return and a 73-yard touchdown run to start the third quarter. Their running back,Davis,is an ab-Bluejackets rush from behind, beat CDS Raise Chickens In Your BackyardEAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEY Holloways Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) SMALL FLOCKMANAGEMENT SEMINAR Topics to be discussed: Health Management for Chickens Nutrition and much moreDOOR PRIZES & REFRESHMENTSSeminar at store on October 20, 2011 6:30pmCall or stop by to reserve your seat by Oct. 17thDr.Gary ButcherPoultry Veterinarian University of FloridaDr.Richard MilesProfessor, Poultry Nutrition University of FloridaDr.Richard MilesRegional Livestock Agent University of Florida IFAS Extension

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who works for Iernas Heating & Cooling. Something about this group draws new people.Once you become a member,you stay a member,said Tripp,whose boss, Charlene Ierna is one of the original founders of Women-n-Charge. Being a member is good for business, said Childers,a travel agent. I have received a lot of business,she said.Ive used a lot of the businesses here. But it goes beyond business,because Ive made some very,very good friends.My mother who is 83 years old,shes part of this group. The groups mantra is Empowering Women to Be Successful in Business,and thats not just an empty phrase,club members said. Besides helping each other,the organization sponsors two $1,000 grants each year that are used to help women in business. A Women-n-Charge committee decides who should get the grant,said Elayne Bassinger,president of the group.They have to give us a business plan. They have to tell us what theyre going to do with that money.They have to show us that theyre in business,that theyre legitimate, said Bassinger,vice president of Heritage Bank of Florida,located in Wesley Chapel.The group has fundraisers to raise money to support the grants. We used to do a Business Expo, Bassinger said.But the group decided to host a tea party instead because of the economy.The business expo didnt generate as much money for their cause,she explained, Bassinger said. The women come to the group in different ways. Judy Nicolosi,a real estate agent,said a club member asked her to join. She invited me a couple of times.I didnt join right away for no good reason. But when I did join,I found a great,great, group of people who are not only friendly but support each other and support each others businesses,Nicolosi said. Mary Ann Whallen wasnt one of the founders but was among the first wave of members,she said.I was the only home inspector in the group. She said she enjoys the camaraderie. Alicia Largel,who owns a title company, agreed:Its a wonderful group of women. You actually make and keep friendships. Bassinger said she originally joined because she was invited by Christine Cooper. That was in 2006,Bassinger said. Cooper was excited about the groupspotential for supporting women in business. Im a strong believer in that,Bassinger said.Women dont always have a place to go to say really how they think and what they feel.They dont always do that if theyre in groups of men. Women have different challenges than men in the work place,Bassinger said. We need a place to explore those (challenges) and work through those,Bassinger said. Although she initially joined the group because of Coopers invitation,Bassinger stayed because of the relationships she developed,she said. Club members know they can count on each other for support,members said. My mother passed away recently.And when she was in the hospital,I was overwhelmed with the number of people that called to ask what they could do for me. Whether it was just bringing me something to eat at the hospital,Bassinger said. The group also makes it a point to offer a warm reception to any visitors or new members who attend its meetings. Youll hear people say,Oh,that group wasnt very welcoming.I think thats a huge reason that this group is different, Nicolosi said. We have greeters.We take them around and introduce them.We dont leave them to their own devices,Bassinger said. Women-n-Charge,Inc. club infoWomen-n-Charge,Inc.meets the first Friday of each month at Pebble Creek Golf Club,10550 Regents Park Drive in New Tampa.Lunch is $15 for members and $18 for non-members.Reservations should be made by calling Elayne Bassinger at (813) 907-3256 or (813) 495-2336.Check in and networking is from 11:30 a.m.-noon.The meeting,which typically includes a speaker,runs from noon-1 p.m.Individual membership is $50;corporate membership is $75. 2011 Tea and Fashion ShowThis years tea party and fashion show will be at The Groves from 2-4 p.m.on Saturday, Oct.8.Tickets are $15 each or two for $25. For more information call Elayne Bassinger at (813) 907-3256 or (813) 495-2336 or visit www.women_n-charge.com. Formed in 1975,the Lake Padgett Water Ski Show Team was a family oriented club. The clubs purpose was to promote water skiing through group participation,shows,tournaments and recreational activities that included the entire family.The club was a neighborhood ski club that had to maintain a majority membership of Lake Padgett Estates members.The team put on water ski shows similar to the ones performed at world-famous Cypress Gardens all over the Southern Region. The membership ranged from ages 2 to 80,reaching 100 people. The club disbanded in 2001.This very cohesive group had not gotten the chance to get together in 10 years.A reunion described as very emotionalby participants was in September,where more than 50 past members came to watch videos of past performances at Cypress Gardens and regional competitions as well as reminisce about the privilege of having such a close bond of friends that supported one another in so much more than water skiing.Water ski team reunites after 10 years has since changed is opinion and believes the new scaled-down program will be solvent. You would save on staffing,maintenance,utilities and a lot of other things, Hagan said. The new price for the program is also $10 less than a week at the similar program at public schools or at the YMCA.He added anyone on free or reduced-price lunch at school is eligible for a discounted rate of $30 or $20 a week in the program. When we increased the fee to generate more revenue for the department,more people left,Thornton said.It had the reverse effect,and thats been hurting the budget for the last two years. Thornton said two years ago 6,000 kids were in the parks after-school program,a record high.At that time,the per-week cost was $20. Weve talked with our parks director and looking at all the evidence we believe the cut in the cost will bring more kids to the program,Hagan said.If you have a program and you lower the fees,theyre going to come back in droves. Commissioner Kevin Beckner voted to bring the parks program back for the year but remains skeptical it will increase its population enough to make it self-sufficient in less than a year.He does not want to use any of the countys reserves to subsidize the service any longer. How long do you operate at a loss before you decide to pull the plug on an operation?Beckner asked.Another year? Two years? 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 SPORTS Keith Fulk took over the mens soccer program at Saint Leo University (SLU) less than two months ago,and the squad has not missed a beat. The Lions are 5-3,with one loss to No.1 ranked Rollins College 2-1 in double overtime.Fulk said he knew SLU had talent when he watched the team play a pair of exhibitions during the summer. When the opportunity came I was very excited to get back to collegiate soccer and excited to work with our athletic director Mr.(Francis) Reidy,but the icing on the cake was I saw these kids,and they are very talented,Fulk said.I respect what Joel (Harrison) did here getting a lot of talented soccer players.Im very excited to get the chance to mold them. Fulk replaces Harrison,who resigned in May,citing exciting changes taking place in (his) personal life.Harrison was 69-40-6 in seven years with the Lions,including a 9-6 record last season. Fulk is no stranger to collegiate soccer,as he guided West Virginia to the 2001 NCAA Division I mens national championship. He left the college ranks to join the coaching staff for the U.S.national team from 2002-10,coaching in four youth World Cups.Fulk spent the last nine months with IMG Academy in Sarasota. It was a passion and a dream to be part of representing your country,Fulk said.The main thing I missed about college soccer is you have young men for four years.You can really mold their lives.The Lionsfast start has earned them No. 24 status according to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA), but the squad does not make a habit of checking out the number that precedes SLU.We dont try to look so much at the rankings,said sophomore defender Michael Panter,a Freedom High graduate.We just try to play the game.If were ranked thats great.If were not we just keep playing our game. Most Lions said it is much easier to play their game because of the positive attitude Fulk has brought to the program,including junior defensive midfielder Daniel Valdez.He gives us a lot of confidence and he really knows soccer,said Valdez,a Wesley Chapel High graduate.He helps us stay calm. In the games he tells you if you do something wrong,but he keeps you positive. When its positive you can improve,because you dont have the pressure on you. We actually are playing so much better than last year,and I think the team is still going up.Valdez attended the University of South Florida as a freshman,but kept all four years of eligibility. Valdez decided to come to SLU because it gave him a better chance to see the field regularly and allowed him to play in the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) against top competition.The story was similar for freshman midfielder Bruno Da Silva. I was debating between Saint Leo and the University of Tampa,but I got a good look at both,and I thought the way Saint Leo plays is more to my style,Da Silva said. The SSC has four of the top-25 teams in the nation:No.1 Rollins,No.9 Barry University,No.16 Lynn University and No. 24 SLU.The Lions were ranked No.8 at one point last year,but were knocked out of the first round of the conference tournament by Florida Tech University. I think its the best Division II conference in the country,and we all expect to come in and have to work hard,Fulk said. Theyve got the talent,and Ive inherited these kids,so I think we just had to change a little bit of their mentality.Letting them know that being average is not good enough. Fulk does not have any predictions for how far the team can go this year but did stress they have the talent to make a deep postseason run.His message of hard work and confidence also appears to be sinking in. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com SPORTS The Gaither boys golf team may have started with six-over for the season,but the Cowboys have come on strong during the second half of the year as the district tournament approaches. Our goal right now is to get the team a few more wins,said junior and No.1 golfer Jimmy Stanger.That way we can have some momentum going into districts and ride that to regionals and hopefully states.Thats the goal. Gaither (2-6) has had to replace two of its top-three players from last years squad that finished as the Class 2A-District 10 runner-up and placed third in regionals.The Cowboys lost Josh Black and Shawn Sirignano to graduation. Gaither does return Stanger,Clyde Meadows and Patrick Highland,who were all in the squads top five last year and also have a growing confidence in their ability to play together. We have absolutely improved phenomenally,and weve grown as a team,Meadows, a junior,said.There is something to be said for being out here all the time working to get better for each other,and I think it has shown in how we are as a team. Highland,a sophomore,said he has seen a stronger will to win each match during the last few weeks. We are so much better,Highland said. Weve been hanging in matches a lot better, and were more comfortable with each other. The three returning players have also had to take on more of a leadership role on the young Cowboys squad, which has only one senior that has played in a match this season. Im trying to be more of a leader,Meadows said.I do feel very responsible for this team. Its my job to keep them in line and focused,which is very hard to do.Patrick is another key leader, along with Jimmy. Gaither finished as the district runner-up last year behind tournament host King.Stanger posted a 77, tied for first through regulation but lost in a playoff. District and regional tournaments are played through nine holes. The Cowboys finished two shots away from second place in the regional tournament,just missing a spot in the 2A state event.Stanger shot a 75 at regionals to come in fifth,but only the top-two players not on an advancing team qualify for the individual finals. I wanted to win districts,but honestly not making it to states drove me more, Stanger said.Our team missed qualifying for states by two strokes,and I missed making it as an individual by two.Its kind of like if I would have made it,then our team would have made it.Ive thought about that a lot. Stanger said he has worked on his swing during the offseason to hit more fairways and greens to take his game to the next level.Three-year Gaither coach Dwayne Olinger said he has seen steady improvement in all of his players during the season and feels a strong showing at districts is possible. If they all keep getting better in every match and every practice,then hopefully a couple guys can surprise you,Olinger said. Bottom line is we need to have at least two other kids shoot under 80 apart from Jimmy.If we do that,then we have a chance. Districts are on Monday,Oct.17 at Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club,200 Inverness Ave.,starting at 10 a.m. All results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Cowboys pushing toward districts 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 & Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 2346 Raden Dr. LandOLakesBehind Wendy's Sundays available by appt.813-909-8710 813-909-1432 Up-DosSTARTING AT$50.00MAKE APPT.NOW! MAKE-UP ARTISTS AVAILABLE. must mention coupon. exp 10/31/11FREE HAIRCUT&STYLEWITH COLOR OR HIGHLIGHTSSTARTING AT$50must mention coupon. exp 10/31/11Coupons good with select stylists. HOMECOMING SPECIALS! TEMPORARY HAIREXTENSIONS(lasts 4-6 weeks)$75hair not included

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The sheriffs office will hire 10 detectives and two sergeants to create two new squads to battle drug abuse,eight nurses for the Land OLake Detention Center to help with inmate drug issues and three detectives to form a new intelligence-led policing unit to identify problem areas. The $1.1 billion budget also includes $160,000 to keep the countys last two public pools open.However,swimmers at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex and Veterans Memorial Park in Hudson will have to pay an additional $1 per day to use the facilities next year. The commissioners and parks department had proposed closing both pools to save about $300,000 but changed their minds when the Land OLakes Lightning swimming club agreed to take on some of the operating costs for the central Pasco facility. So far no group has stepped up to help run the west Pasco pool.The commissioners agreed to close the facility if no one steps up to help run the site by the end of next year. The commissioners had also planned to cut veterans services by $15,800 but agreed to keep funding at its current level. In addition,the new budget keeps the current tax rate of $7.86 for every $1,000 of property value. The countys financial plan was passed by a 4-1 margin,with only Commissioner Jack Mariano voting against it. I couldnt vote for a budget that includes the user fees for parks,Mariano said. The county put in a $2 fee last year to use several parks as a way to generate revenue to keep them open seven days a week. Mulieri chastised Mariano for his decision. If the people agreed with you where are they?Mulieri asked.You have to know when to fold them.This is the time to fold. Mulieri later explained Mariano said he had heard from many people upset with the budget,but none of them showed up to the meeting to voice their concerns. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Last year before the Jewish High Holy Days,Rabbi Mendy Yarmush drew a diagram to show how he wanted the chairs arranged for the services to be held in a hotel. This year,the services are being held at a new synagogue called Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass at 2124 Ashley Oaks Circle. The permanent worship space came along sooner than expected, said Yarmush,who moved to the area a couple of years ago,with his wife, Chanie. The couple thought they would find a small community of Jews in the New Tampa,Wesley Chapel and Land OLakes that would grow gradually. They were wrong. Our first event was Hannukah,in December 2008,Yarmush said,noting the celebration was staged at the Shops at Wiregrass. We didnt know anyone in the community.We expected maybe a hundred people if we were lucky.Over 300 people showed up. Yarmush and his wife began offering various activities and services in their home. About five months ago,someone from our community told me they wanted to write a Torah scroll,he said. Thats a significant undertaking,Yarmush said,and typically takes about a year to complete. He decided the time was right to launch a capital campaign to fund a permanent home for the congregation. Unlike traditional Jewish congregations, Chabad doesnt have membership fees and does not require tickets to be purchased for any of its services. We dont have a membership base,per se.Because of that,our funding is completely voluntary from the community,Yarmush said. While it doesnt have a permanent membership,the community has about 50 active families,representing 100-120 people,he said. You have people who just show up for holiday programs or activities or events,he said.Throughout the high holidays,well have probably 200-250 people.Hannukah, weve had upwards of 300. The synagogue has been received enthusiastically,he said. People are excited,he said,noting before the synagogue opened,many of the active families were traveling to north or south Tampa to attend services. The synagogues mission is to create a warm and non-judgmental environment, where every Jew is welcome,regardless of background,affiliation or financial means where everyone feels at home,from the inexperienced in ritual and practice,to the most learned,according to a brochure it distributes. The synagogue also strives to be a place where where children play and learn and develop their Jewish identities,where our elders share their wisdom and where parents learn to transmit the joy and beauty of Judaism to the next generation. Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass aims to meet peoples needs. It also wants to celebrate Judaism in a fun fashion.It should bring to life,Judaism, Yarmush said. The synagogue,in the Seven Oaks Professional Center,opened on Sept.11. We picked the location because its central.Were central to these new neighborhoods.The Wiregrass name,we Chabad Jewish Centre at Wiregrass, 2124 Ashley Oaks Circle Meetings are on the first Friday of each month at 7 p.m.Various special events as well as a Jewish womens group are offered. For more information call (813) 642-3244 or visit,chabadcountyline.com.Jewish community has a new place to worship in Wiregrass think,will continue to develop.Everyone knows Wiregrass. The synagogue occupies about 1,800 square feet half of a two-unit professional office building. For now,thats enough to accommodate the synagogues space needs.Renting the other side of the building will help generate revenue,and,when the congregation needs more space itll be easy to expand,said Yarmush,who is excited about the congregations new home. Its nice.Its spacious.Its perfect,he said. 33RD RATTLESNAKE RUN5-MILE AND 1-MILE RACES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011 TheLAKER / LutzNewsThe Rattlesnake Festival is located in the San Antonio City Park, 32810 Pennsylvania Avenue, San Antonio, Florida 33576. Just off State Road 52, three miles east of I-75 and six miles west of Dade City. For more information or to preregister for events and vendor applications, visit rattlesnakefestival.com or call R.A.G.E. at 352-588-4444 Ofcial Entry Form for the 33rd Annual Rattlesnake Run can be downloaded at:RattlesnakeRun.com Race Sponsors: btnfrr ft !" "#$%&bttnfnrfnb ttn nntbtn rtr'""()##*+,-"#) %)" #*+ ./()"%)",*0""+'rnr1n 5,6,7:::!#;;#!&

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