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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 Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE OCTOBER 12,2011 FREE ADMISSSSSSSION Vice President Joe Biden patiently fields an assortment of questions in Kelly Keene's fifthgrade classroom at Oakstead Elementary School in Land O'Lakes. (Photo by B.C. Manion)By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt was no accident that Vice President Joe Biden chose to drop by Oakstead Elementary School last week in a pitch to sell President Obama's American Jobs Act. Oakstead is the largest elementary school in Pasco County,a school district that's been rocked in recent years by steep budget cuts including a $54 million shortfall this year that resulted in 513 fewer jobs. Biden visited Kelly Keene's fifth-grade class in a portable classroom building before holding his afternoon news conference in the school's media center. Keene's class has 25 children.That's six more students than she taught last year. Oakstead,which has more than 1,000 students,lost eight teaching positions because of budget cuts.Built just six years ago, the school was constructed for 700 pupils. It must use 22 portable classrooms to accommodate the overflow. At the Oct.4 news conference,Biden said the proposed American Jobs Act would jumpstart the economy. In part,the measure calls for preventing up to 280,000 teacher layoffs,while keeping cops and firefighters on the job;modernizing at least 35,000 public schools;providing tax cuts to small businesses;and building or repairing roads,rails,airports and waterways.The measure was expected to go to a vote before the Senate as early as Tuesday,Oct.11.By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThere was a feeling of pent-up excitement in Kelly Keene's fifth-grade classroom last week as the children awaited the arrival of Vice President Joe Biden. It was a big moment,not only for these children,but for Pasco County Public Schools,as well. Biden is the highest-ranking government official ever to visit the school district,and that created a buzz all over the campus at Oakstead Elementary in Land O'Lakes. When the vice president arrived,it didn't take long for him to establish a comfort zone with the kids. He moved easily through the classroom. He sat at a small desk to field some questions.He walked around the classroom to answer others.He leaned over to get closer to the kids. He touched a student's hair.Squeezed a child's shoulder.Looked directly at the youngsters,as they posed their questions. When Biden felt a little too warm,he politely asked the kids if it would be all right with them,if he took off his jacket. The children had plenty of questions for the vice president.And,they obviously relished their time with him,as they snapped photographs to preserve the moment. This is one of those days the students said after Biden's departure that they never expect to forget. Here's a look at some of the things the kids wanted to know,and excerpts of the vice president's answers. Q. Do you like what you do? A. I do like what I do.My daddy used to say,"It's a lucky person who gets up every morning with both feet on the floor,who knows what they're about to do knows what their job is and is happy with that and thinks it makes a difference." I like what I'm doing because I hope it makes a difference.I get to do things that help people. Q. Were you excited to become vice president ? A. The answer is yes. When the president first came to me and said,"Joe,I'd like you to be my vice president,I said,No,I don't want to do that.I will be happy to help you anyway that I can,but I never thought about being vice president.' I thought it would be better for me to stay where I was,in the Senate. "He said,Think about it.Talk to your Fifth-graders quiz VPGAITHER SACKS STEINBRENNERThe Gaither football team defeated Steinbrenner 37-7 on Oct. 6 to stay in first place in the district. The Cowboy defense put constant pressure on the Warrior offense, forcing nine turnovers. Seen is Gaither senior linebacker Josh Scarberry hitting Steinbrenner sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch. For complete coverage,see page 11. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) For one night, Sunlake's colors are shades of pinkBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAnyone who knows Courtney and Meghan Durbin is aware of how they take on challenges,whether it is in school,with sports or in the fight against cancer. The twin sisters at Sunlake High created Pink Out Day three years ago.The senior softball players had the idea to have the Seahawks team wear pink to raise awareness and show support in the fight against all forms of cancer at one of its games each year. The girls have continued the spring version but are bringing it to the fall football season for Sunlake's home game against Hernando at 7:30 p.m.on Friday,Oct.14. "We started the Pink Out movement last year,but it was at an away (football) game at Wesley Chapel," Courtney said."We wanted to do it at home to get more of the community involved.Also this year we're doing a fundraiser too by selling pink T-shirts to raise money for the American Cancer Society (ACS)." Everyone in attendance is asked to wear pink.Even the Seahawks football players will be appropriately dressed. "All the football players will be wearing pink gloves and pink socks and the cheerleaders are wearing pink bows,"Courtney said."Hopefully all the people in the community going to the game will wear pink See PINK,page15Vice President makes pitch to jumpstart the economySee BIDEN,page2 See QUIZ,page3 Pink Out DayWhere: Sunlake High,3023 Sunlake Blvd.in Land O' LakesWhen: Friday, Oct.14 at 7:30 p.m. All those attending the football game against Hernando are asked to wear pink to so support in the fight against cancer.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 2 During his remarks,Biden cited a newly released report revealing that 300,000 teachers across the nation have lost their jobs since 2008. "That's bad for the teachers,in terms of being able to make a living,but it's devastating for our children,"Biden said."This is an emergency." Oakstead is a "Grade A"school,the vice president said,but he noted,"there are a lot of schools around the country that aren't Grade A." During the past 12 months,budget cuts across the nation have resulted in 200,000 fewer teachers,10,000 fewer firefighters and 18,000 fewer police officers,Biden said.Besides reducing public services,those reductions play out in very practical ways across the economy,the vice president said."It means fewer haircuts,fewer trips to the restaurant,fewer times you can take your kids to the movies,fewer times you can gas your automobile up and fewer, and fewer and fewer,"Biden said. When cuts are made to education,they have long-term consequences,added Biden, whose wife taught in public schools for years and now teaches at Northern Virginia Community College."All of this matters.It matters in terms of our long-term national security.It matters in terms of how many children we're going to have college-ready 12 years from now.It simply matters,"Biden said."We're competing in a much more competitive world."The jobs act would create opportunity at a time when the nation desperately needs it, Biden said. "People ask me,Can we afford it?'My response is,Can we afford not to do this?'" Biden said. During his remarks,the vice president thanked parents and teachers and Principal Tammy Kimpland for all that they do to help children learn.And,after the news conference,he worked the crowd shaking hands and posing for photographs,while patriotic music played. Outside,Nina Gregory,a teacher who serves special education students and their parents,said she was glad she was able to attend the event. "I loved it.It's been so tough for teachers and parents,as well,"Gregory said. "It really was inspiring.I think that we needed to hear the validation that teachers are important.I loved the way that he emphasized parent involvement. "It's a tough time,but there's hope.We have to keep on trucking and things will happen,"she said. BIDEN,from page 1 Friday, Sept. 30: Special visitors drop by Oakstead Elementary School. Principal Tammy Kimpland doesn't give it much thought.Her school is often a district showcase for visitors from Spain,China and other places. Later that same day,some special visitors drop by again this time there are some men in dark suits.Kimpland and Assistant Principal Megan Hermansen find out their school is being considered for a visit by Vice President Joe Biden.The two school administrators are sworn to secrecy. Saturday: Kimpland and Hermensen are at the school,making preparations for the Biden's possible visit.They get the word around 4:30 p.m.that it's a go.It was,as Kimpland put it,"a pretty exciting moment." Sunday: Kimpland and Hermensen are at the campus,while more preparations are made. Monday: Kimpland arrives at 6:30 a.m. and doesn't leave campus until around 9:30 p.m.That's the day when school staff called about 250 district staff,parents,students, teachers and members of the community to invite them to the event;nearly everyone said yes. Other pre-visit logistics included: Moving shelves in the media center out of the way to make room for about 200 chairs for guests. Rounding up 200 matching chairs from all over campus to create a nice appearance for the event. Rearranging books onto different shelves in the library,including the addition of books on top shelves behind the podium where Biden would make his remarks. Touching base with Publix to order refreshments for the vice president,Secret Service agents,the Sheriff's Office and the White House staff.(Although she said she rarely tries to pull rank,Kimpland said did tell Publix that the order she was making for a very important guest.She thought the supermarket chain might give her a discount or a couple of sandwich trays.Instead,it catered the event with sandwiches,fruits, drinks,desserts and even decorations free of charge). Tuesday: Principal Kimpland arrives at 5:45 a.m.so security can do a sweep of the school. Faculty and staff members park in different locations to leave room for arriving guests. Vice President Joe Biden makes history in Pasco County public schools by being the highest-ranking public official ever to visit the school district. B.C.Manion Oakstead Elementary Principal Tammy Kimpland introduces the vice president after days of preparation for the "special visitor." (Photo by Anthony V. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 3 wife.' I talked to my wife.She said,"You should be vice president." Q. What do you enjoy doing in your spare time? A. If I get a chance to do anything in the world,I like to spend the time with my kids. My kids have become my best friends. Q. What is it like being vice president? A. Well,it's kind of cool.You get to meet a lot of people.I used to do a lot of things with foreign leaders,you know,what they call heads of state.I'd go and visit Prime Minister (Vladimir) Putin in Russia and Prime Minister (Benjamin) Netanyahu of Israel.I spent a lot of time in Afghanistan and China and Iraq and all around the world. In my career as a senator,I spent a lot of time dealing with war and peace and terrorism and all of those kinds of things. Just since I've been vice president,they just told me the other day how many miles I've traveled in Air Force Two.I've traveled over 445,000 miles just since I've been vice president. Q. What is the best part of your job? A. The best part of my job,I guess,is that I get to go home every night and have dinner with my wife. When I was a senator for 36 years,I used to commute every day on Amtrak,on a train. Every single day,I'd get up every morning, and I'd get a 7:30 train and I'd go for an hour and a half,and I'd arrive in Washington at 9 o'clock and I'd leave Washington somewhere between the 6 and 7 o'clock train,so I'd get home as early as 7:30,or usually,8:30 or 9 o'clock every single day. Now,we live in Washington,D.C. Q. Do you work directly for the president? A. I do.Let me tell you what my normal day is.What I do is every day when the president and I are both in Washington,every day I start off with a meeting in the morning with the president.It has a fancy name,it's called PDB,presidential daily briefing. What that means is that our experts on terrorism and on things relating to our security,we meet every day in the Oval Office. They tell us what happened over night. And then there's a second meeting.We talk about the economy. Every day,I'm sitting next to the president on average 5 to 6 hours a day,when he's in Washington and when I'm in Washington. Q. Does the Secret Service follow you everywhere? A. Yes.They follow me everywhere and they do that for my protection. By the way,there are almost as many women who take care of me in the Secret Service.They can shoot just as straight as a guy. They are always with me,and they make my life a lot easier. Q. How often do you get to visit schools? A. These days,I don't get to schools as much as when I was a senator. (Then) I made sure to visit every single solitary high school in my state once a QUIZ,from page 1 year and I went to a lot of grade schools. I did that for two reasons.First of all,you guys are smarter than you think you are and you guys ask the best questions.And,sometimes,when you ask questions,I can figure out what your parents are thinking,too. Lots of times,you sit at the dinner table and you hear your mommy and daddy talking about stuff,and you kind of wonder about that. Q. Do you like sports? A .My dream was that I thought I could be a flanker back for the New York Giants.I was a pretty good football player in high school.Not as good in college.I love football. I also was pretty good in baseball.I always liked basketball,but my mom wouldn't let me play three seasons,so I had to choose. Oakstead Elementary Principal Tammy Kimpland, talking about Vice President Joe Biden:"I've met lots of different types of people.He was so down-to-earth and so genuine.I think that surprised all of us. "Nobody from our staff felt like they were not important to him."Oakstead Elementary Assistant Principal Megan Hermansen, talking about the Secret Service agents on campus:"They didn't walk around flashing their guns.They were very knowledgeable about working in a school with young kids."Allison Paolillo, an Oakstead parent, on the atmosphere at school:"My girls felt like they were going to the prom."Fifth-grade teacher Kelly Keene, complimenting her students, who had a chance to interact with the vice president:"I was so impressed by how prepared they were.The questions that they came up with were completely theirs. Some of them floored me.''Vice President Joe Biden, describing his relationship with President Barack Obama:"The deal that the president and I have,is I asked him,Why do you want me to be vice president?'He said,I want you to help me govern.' "I said,Look,here's the deal.I'd like to be the last guy in the room when you're making a big decision.'He's honored that.Every big decision he has,the last guy who gets to say,This is what I think you should do or not do'is me."VERBATIM An animated Vice President Joe Biden reacts to questions in Kelly Keene's classroom. S MMedical Center of Trinity 9 330 State Roa d 54 Trinity, FL 3 4655 Phone ( 727 ) 834-400 0 www. MedicalCenterTrinity .com Our physicians are experienced in a broad spectrum o f specialties and have o ff ices throu g hout the communit y Our f ree C onsu l t-A-Nurs e service can h e l p y ou find a doctor, make an appointment, answer healthcare questions and register f or classes and events. 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Blommel,62,of Dade City,is the director of community relations for Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.Blommel, whose term ends in September 2015,succeeds Leonard M.Trubia.Finnerty,64,also of Dade City,is the chief executive officer for Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.His term ends in August 2014.He succeeds Regina M.Mirabella.Lambert,39,of Spring Hill,is the manager of member relations at the Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative.His term ends August 2013.He succeeds Wilton E.Simpson. Laurino,69,New Port Richey,is the chief executive officer for the Center for Independence.His term expires in September 2013.He succeeds Joan M.Spitrey.HABITAT FOR HUMANITY'S GOLF TOURNAMENT A BIG HITNormally,golfers like to score low but these golfers came up big in a golf tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.The golf tournament raised just under $3,000 for the charity which works to provide decent and affordable housing to those in need.HOLLAND EXCHANGE STUDENTJessica Kamsteeg,a Rotary Youth Exchange student,recently gave a talk to the Dade City Sunrise Rotary group,telling them about her home country of Holland and her experiences with the exchange program. Kamsteeg is one of 8,000 students worldwide participating in the Rotary Youth Exchange,a program that has been around for more than 75 years and draws participants from 80 countries. The program is administered at the regional level by Rotary districts and at the local level by Rotary clubs. Kamsteeg is being hosted by a family in Inverness and is being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Inverness. Sunrise Rotary is a Breakfast Club and meets every Thursday at 7 a.m.except for the first Thursday of the month when they meet at 4:45 p.m.at the Kokopelli Restaurant,Dade City.Visitors are always welcome.RASMUSSEN COLLEGEThe New Port Richey campus of Rasmussen College has received the Service/Distribution Industry of the Year award from the Pasco Economic Development Council for its service to the community in helping area students gain access to higher education to achieve their career and personal goals.HYPERBARIC CENTERS OF FLORIDA CELEBRATES OPENINGThe Hyperbaric Centers of Florida held a grand opening on Sept.30 at the company's location at 5610 Sixth St.in Zephyrhills. For more information about its services, visit www.hyperbariccentersofflorida.comLET'S PLAN A PARTY PARTY Let's Plan a Party,LLC is having its ribbon cutting on Oct.19 at 26314 Wesley Chapel Blvd.There will be music,food,balloons and face painting and maybe some chair massage.The Cub Scouts will be doing a flag ceremony.SAN ANTONIO CREDIT UNION HOSTS SHRED-IT DAYSan Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union is hosting a community Shred-It Day to mark International Credit Union Day. Anyone who wants to shred unwanted personal documents should bring them to the credit union's San Antonio office,12542 Curley Road. Please bring no more than two boxes of materials,no larger than 18 x 12 x 9 inches. You must remain with your documents until they are shredded.The credit union is providing the shredding service for free.The event is from 9 a.m.until 1 p.m.on Oct.22. For more information call (352) 588-2732 or visit our website sacfcu.org PREFERRED REFERRALS NETWORKINGPreferred Referrals Networking meets on Tuesdays from 11:30-1 p.m.at Elsa's Mexican Restaurant,18450 N.US 41 in Lutz.Those attending buy their lunch,but the meeting is free.For more information call Edna Dunston (813) 875-3177 or Les Saland (813) 995-0292.BUSINESSES HELP IN WAR AGAINST BREAST CANCERULTA Beauty stores are inviting customers to participate in Windows of Love Donate with a Kiss,a campaign to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. ULTA Beauty will cover its windows with kisses,an international symbol of love,with each kiss representing a $1 donation to the research foundation. ULTA Beauty will provide a variety of ways to help. Those who donate $1 are eligible for a drawing to win a beauty bag of pink products,valued at $598,and those who donate $10 can receive their choice of a pink ribbon umbrella or pink ribbon cosmetics bag. 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Ryland's Houseworks standards include Tech-shield Radiant Barrier Roofing,low-E windows,and other high energy-efficient standards.PASCO HOUSING AUTHORITYFlorida Gov.Rick Scott has appointed four new members to the Pasco County Housing Authority.The new members are Edward C.

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Being there is why Imhere. P097193 06/09State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, Bloomington, ILWhether you need a question answered, a problem solved or a claim reported, my job is to make it happen. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7. Jerry McCarthy, Agent 1531 N Dale Mabry Hwy Lutz, FL 33548 Bus: 813-949-3669 jerry.mccarthy.b0ep@statefarm.com By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comA recent outbreak of listeria-infected cantaloupe and spinach has raised the question about food safety. Adam Putnam,commissioner of Florida's Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services,said the food itself is much safer than any other nation in the world. "The real problem is with how far the food travels and how many stops it has along the way,"Putnam said. Putnam said the problem is less severe in Florida,as the Sunshine State can grow most of the agriculture its citizens need throughout the year,but in many other areas it is harder to contain such outbreaks. "The cantaloupe grown in Colorado can stop in half a dozen places before it gets to the supermarket,"Putnam said."As soon as a food-borne illness is spotted,all the local and federal groups do whatever they can to stop it,but when you have to track it back to four and five places it makes it difficult." Putnam said once harvested,food generally goes to a packinghouse where it is cleaned and packed.Then a processor usually cuts and repackages it before a distributor takes over to sell large amounts to the food to grocery chains,which houses the food for some time before it goes to the local level.Only then does it go on store shelves for the consumer. Food grown internationally,which Putnam said accounts for about two-thirds of the produce eaten in the United States, has additional steps before it gets into the food supply. "The good thing is all those levels have safeguards to test the food for problems,so if anything is detected along the way it can be removed from the food supply,"Putnam said."When it gets through,that's when you have the issue of tracking the food." The cantaloupe that caused the recent outbreaks sickened 84 people and accounted for 17 deaths nationally,according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) records.Sherri McGarry,an adviser in the FDA's Office of Food,said it has been difficult to track down the infected fruit because the producer,Jensen Farms,cannot say exactly where it was sold. "The food chain is very complex," McGarry wrote in an email."There are many steps,and the more steps there are the harder it can be to link up each step to identify what the common (outbreak) source is." None of those reported ill from the cantaloupe were within Florida,but the infected spinach did make it to the Sunshine State inside dip sold at Publix stores. Publix spokesperson Shannon Patten said the supermarket chain recalled 16ounce containers of prepackaged spinach dip sold in its delis with a UPC 41415-00062 and use-by date of Oct.10.Patten said the company only knows the dip was not sold at locations in southern Florida near Miami or out of the state,making it very likely it was sold in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. The recent recalls are just a couple in a long line of such issues.In 2006,spinach infected with E.coli killed at least five people and hospitalized 205 across 26 states,according to the FDA.Peanuts were the source of a salmonella outbreak in 2009, while eggs transmitted the same disease a year later. Putnam said new legislation recently passed by Congress is giving the FDA more power to track food wherever it goes. "That will allow the outbreaks to stop much faster because all they have to do is call up where the food is from and track it to market in a matter of seconds,"Putnam said."We already had the safest food in the world,and this new law is just another way to make the food supply even safer." The new legislation goes into effect later this year.Tracking contaminated food poses serious challenge Listeria-infected cantaloupe has been linked to 17 deaths across the country during the last two weeks. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

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Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comThese two weeks are some of the most hectic for Cindy Fleming. The chairwoman of the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival said it takes about six months of planning to get the festival ready,but she said the two weeks prior to the actual event are the most stressful just making sure everything comes together.Finally,Fleming can relax with the start of the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival on Saturday,Oct. 15 and Sunday,Oct.16.The festival will take place at the Grove mall at Interstate 75 and SR 54.It will go from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.both days.Fleming said she expects about 10,00015,000 people to show up each day, weather permitting. "It's been growing every year,"Fleming said."Every year we've added something new,and we've expanded the area,and there's more for people to do every year." It's a setting primed for kids and adults, families and friends. "Families really like it because we have this huge kid's area kids can come and basically stay for hours.It gives parents a chance to relax while kids are playing." There will be live bands,arts and crafts, an obstacle course,Ronnie Setser's car show,a Battle of the Wings contest,a pumpkin patch and for the first time a beer garden sponsored by Miller Lite."Last year with the heat and the wings, people asked why we didn't have beer," Fleming said."So we talked to the leasing people,security and got permission to do that."Money raised from the festival is divvied among the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce and select charities or nonprofit causes,such as high school scholarships. Fleming cited the bands as the biggest draw of the event,with the car show also attracting a heavy number of visitors. "Other than Wiregrass,we don't have much out here for people to just go sit and listen to music free,"Fleming said. The other highlighted festival of the weekend is the Rattlesnake Festival in San Antonio.The rattlesnake event,entering its 45th year,has grown from a local happening to a nationally renowned festival.It takes place at the San Antonio City Park,32810 Pennsylvania Ave.On Saturday,the festival goes from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.and from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.on Sunday. As with the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival, this event caters to both children and adults.Some of the most notable spectacles are the races involving wooden tortoises. And then of course,there are the rattlesnakes. A professional snake handler offers educational tips and information about snakes, including snakes native to the area as well as those from abroad. Amy Greif,chairwoman of the souvenir committee,said San Antonio and the Rattlesnake Festival are synonymous. "You can mention one and people will say the other,"said Greif,who was raised in San Antonio."We offer much more than we did in the past.It takes up the entire main part of town up north." She was quick to point out one possible misconception. "No,we don't have rattlesnakes crawling all over the place,"she said."It just happens to be that we had found something that was unique."Money raised from the rattlesnake festival goes to nonprofit groups,including local baseball teams,churches and Boy and Girl Scouts.For more information about the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival,including sponsorships and vendor opportunities,visit www.WesleyChapelChamber.com or call Christine Hope at (813) 994-8534.For more information about the Rattlesnake Festival,visit rattlesnakefestival.com or call Rattlesnake and Gopher Enthusiasts Inc.at (352) 588-4444.Two festivals highlight east Pasco weekend calendar Madison Santo with her dad Jack Santo, owner of Santo's Pizza and Pasta and Skinny's Bar, as he accepts the People's Choice Award for best wings at the 2010 Wesley Chapel fall festival. (File photo) Amberlee Moore, then 18 months, lends a hand at her dad's booth at the 2010 Rattlesnake Festival. Amberlee is the daughter of Michael and Lauren Moore. (File photo)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 8 EVENTS HONORARY MAYOR CAMPAIGNRene Van Hout's "Wanna Be Mayor" campaign is sponsoring events for her Honorary Mayor of Land O'Lakes bid on Sunday,Oct.16 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is $20 and events will take place in the upper room at Wesley Chapel Toyota at 5300 Eagleston Blvd.On Tuesday,Oct.18, her campaign presents "Fun at the Coffeehouse,"at the Organic Life Coffeehouse and Bakery,1900 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.It will include a meet-and-greet session from 5-7 p.m.and "Open Mic Night" from 7-9 p.m.For more information,visit www.renetherealtor.com.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.YARD SALEGrand Oaks Community in Land O'Lakes is having a yard sale on Saturday,Oct.15.The sale will go from 8 a.m.-noon.The yard sale will happen on the driveways and yards of those homeowners that choose to participate.For more information,call Judy Potts at (813) 973-7862.PASCO HIGH HOMECOMING BBQPasco High Pirates are having a homecoming barbecue on Friday,Oct.21. Admission is $6 and all proceeds benefit student recognition and the Pirate Angel program.The barbecue will take place from 4-6:30 p.m.in the Pasco High lunchroom. Drive-thru and take-out are available.Pasco High is located at 36850 SR 52 in Dade City.ENTER T AINMENT HOWL O' WEEN PARTYWoof Gang Bakery in Lutz is having a costume party on Friday,Oct.14 from 5-8 p.m.or later.There will be games,raffles, food and a pet photographer doing free pet portraits.The bakery is located at 18875 SR 54 in Lutz.For more information,call Mark McEachern at (813) 949-3644.SINGLES DINNERSingle Naturists of Tampa will have a singles dinner on Thursday,Oct.20 at Caliente, 21240 Gran Via Blvd.in Land O'Lakes. Grounds fees are complimentary after 5 p.m.with purchase of a buffet dinner for $14.Social hour is from 5:30-6:30 p.m.,and dinner starts at 6:30 p.m.To RSVP,call Luna Adams at (813) 235-9547.MONSTER MASHFamilies can celebrate Halloween at a party on Saturday,Oct.22 at Sesame Street Safari of Fun at Busch Gardens.Children can do the Monster Mash,meet the Count,parade in costume and enjoy lunch.Lunch is from 12:30-1:30 p.m.and includes buffet-style. This event is $22 for adults and $15 for children and includes a 6-by-8 inch photo with the Count per family.Pass members receive a 10 percent discount.Admission to the park is required but not included.For reservations,visit SesameStreetSafariOfFun.com and click on "Dine with Elmo"link,or call (1-888) 8005447.MOVIE WITH A MESSAGEWillow Bend Community Church,2541 Henley Road in Lutz,will play its "Movie with a Message"on Saturday,Oct.15 at 6:30 p.m.The month's movie is "Letters to God." Admission is free.For more information, visit www.willowbendcc.org.BREAK AWAY GOLF TOURNAMENTThe Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak will have its 19th Annual Breakaway Businessman's Break Away Golf Tournamentat Scotland Yard in Dade City on Friday, Oct.14.Registration for the scramble format tournament begins at noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.Proceeds benefit the projects of Rotary International,the Women's Care Center of Zephyrhills,local college scholarships,the Zephyrhills City Water Park and others.Golf entry fees are $80 per person and include green fees, cart,award dinner and prizes.For information,contact Chris Robin at (813) 783-7017 or Theresa Sommers at (813) 7883369.SKIRMISH AT CHIPCO CROSSINGWitness a re-enactment of the war skirmish at Chipco Crossing at the Pioneer Florida Museum,which will take place on Saturday,Oct.22 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.and on Sunday,Oct.23 from 9 a.m.to the closing of campus.Pioneer Florida Museum is located off US 301 at 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City.Tickets are $6 for adults,$5 for seniors and free for ages 5 and younger.It is recommended to bring your own seating.For more information, call (352) 567-0262 or visit www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org.CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTLifeChoices Women's Care will have its inaugural "Golf for Life"charity golf tournament on Saturday,Oct.22.The tournament will take place at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club in Wesley Chapel.Fees are $75 per golfer and covers greens fees,range balls,door prizes, contests,goodie bags,dinner and awards. All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary.For more information about participating as a golfer or sponsor,visit GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org, call (813) 948-7734 or contact Tom Beach directly at (813) 333-3543.MEETINGS EAST PASCO DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETINGThe East Pasco Democratic Club will have its October meeting at Bentley Commons on Monday,Oct.17 from 7-8:30 p.m. Bentley Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.Parking is available on the side of the building.Elena McCullough,representing Organizing for America,is the guest speaker.Call club president Diane Parker at (813) 778-6743 with any questions.WESLEY CHAPEL REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETINGThe Wesley Chapel Republican Club meets on Thursday,Oct.13.The club is open to Republican men and women,and the club welcomes new members and guests. Meetings are the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.at the Hyundai dealership on 27000 Wesley Chapel Blvd.EAST PASCO RETIRED EDUCATORS ASSOCIATIONThe East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet at the IHOP at 13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m.on Thursday, Oct.20.Retired school personnel and friends are welcome.For information, contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.MEDICARE 101 SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) will present a "Medicare 101" workshop on Saturday,Oct.15 at 10:30 a.m. The workshop is at Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church at 19911 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.in Tampa.Free and open to the community, the workshop will focus on what you need to know about enrollment and the recent changes to Medicare benefits.To attend, RSVP with the church office at (813) 9732484.For more information or to become a SHINE volunteer,call Robin Watt at (813) 740-3888 or the Elder Helpline at (1-800) 963-5337. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT HALLOWEEN PARTYThe fifth annual Spooky Tails Halloween Party and Any Pet Costume Contest will take place on Saturday,Oct.15.Gates open at noon.The event benefits the Pasco Sheriff's Office K-9 unit.The event is free and open to the public,though animal registration fee for the contest is $25. First place will be awarded $200. For information,call (813) 949-1687 or visitwww.pasco-k9-fundrasier.com.The event will take place at 22129 Carson Drive in Land O'Lakes. What's Happening What s Happening Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge PreK-High School  College/Adult OF TUTORINGwith this ad 1 FREE WEEK EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION 15357 Amberly Drive813.975.1700Sunday, October 16th1:00pm 10:00pm No w Then a paint your own pottery studio and coffee house At www.youdothedishes.com Buy your piece and paintFREE ALL DAY! 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12, 2011 9 Pasco fights tooth decayBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comCavities are the most common chronic disease for children ages 6-19, and 90 percent of all adults will have some form of tooth decay during their lifetime. The Pasco County Health Department wants to bring down those numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is partnering with the American Dental Association to promote National Dental Hygiene Month in October. “Tooth decay in children and the health problems that come with it deserves our attention,” said Pasco Health Officer Dr. David Johnson. “Prevention works, and it simply involves developing the right habits.” Dental cavities are caused by a deterioration of the tooth enamel, according to the CDC. Bacteria on teeth break down leftover food particles and produce acid that results in the decay. Johnson said the most frustrating thing about cavities and tooth decay is that most forms are largely preventable with simple hygiene steps. For that reason the campaign in Pasco this year has the theme “It’s simple. Healthy habits for a healthy smile.” Johnson said the best ways to prevent the problems are: --Brush teeth at least twice a day to remove plaque --Floss daily, preferably before going to sleep --Eat healthy and nutritious foods and limit sugary carbonated drinks --Visit a dentist for checkups and cleanings twice a year --Wear a mouth guard while playing sports Johnson also advocates for children younger than age 18 to receive a fluoride treatment twice per year to build up their teeth enamel. He said some people are weary about the chemical’s effect but stressed it helps strengthen teeth to reduce the risk of cavities later in life. Johnson said the treatments are even more important in Pasco, as the county does not put fluoride in its drinking water as a cost saving measure. Johnson said new sealant treatments also help prevent cavities in a similar way as fluoride. The department recently received federal grant money to provide sealant treatments to Pasco’s Title I schools, those with the largest number of students receiving free or reduced priced lunches. Second graders at such schools can receive the treatments for free. “With the support of the district school board and health services staff we have already visited six of the 22 schools that will be part of the program and have sealed over 1,000 teeth,” said Dr. Beth Genho. She added the program will return to the schools later in the year to treat more children. The department is also working with Drs. Michael Valancius, Leslie Hernandez and Genho to educate children about caring for their teeth. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 10 HEALTH & WELLNESS LifeChoices' open house Oct. 14LifeChoices Women's Care,formerly Lutz-Land O'Lakes Pregnancy Center,will have an open house on Friday,Oct.14.The facility,1527 Dale Mabry Highway Suite 101 in Lutz,was established in 2009 and has since helped more than 500 women with free pregnancy care.The group offers ultrasounds,pregnancy testing,nursing assessment,prenatal vitamins,emotional support,adoption help and additional information and care.Call (813) 948-7734 for more information.Curves clubs waive joining feeOctober is Breast Cancer Awareness Month,and Curves gym will waive the joining fee during the month for any women who show proof of having a mammogram during the past year,or those who make a $25 donation toward breast cancer research. Nearly 230,480 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2011, according to statistics from the American Cancer Society (ACS).Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women,behind only lung cancer. More than 39,500 women die from the disease each year. Prevention can play a key role in a woman's risk management strategy because only 5-10 percent of breast cancers are hereditary.The ACS recommends making lifestyle choices such as eating right, getting regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight to help reduce her risk of developing breast cancer. "Curves mission has always been to strengthen women,"said Curves founder Diane Heavin in a release."Typically, women are caregivers,but when it comes to breast cancer,women need to understand how important it is to take care of themselves.Scheduling an annual doctor visit,performing a monthly breast self exam,eating a nutritious diet and making time for regular exercise are all things that a woman can do to stay strong and help reduce her chances of developing this devastating disease." Early detection is another line of defense,as about 93 percent of women whose breast cancer is caught in its earliest stages will be disease-free five years after their diagnosis and treatment,according to the ACS. Guidelines from the ACS encourage women age 40 and older to have a clinical breast exam performed by a health professional once a year,along with a mammogram.Women in their 20s and 30s should have an exam at least every three years. "The good news is that the ACS says that death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990,with larger decreases in women younger than 50,"Heavin continued. Curves is a woman's only gym.Area locations include: --3016 US 41 in Land O'Lakes,(813) 9097366 --5010 Mission Square Circle in Zephyrhills,(813) 779-9492 For more information about Curves,visit www.curves.com.Help needed for Alzheimer's groupThe Alzheimer's Family Organization is expanding its volunteer program and needs new help from people in Pasco and Hillsborough counties.The group provides respite care assistance,the Wanderer's I.D. Program,support groups and educational events throughout the Tampa Bay area.For more information,call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.Volunteer for Gulfside RegionalGulfside Regional Hospice needs volunteers to help care for patients,with phone calls and to do office work.For more information,call (727) 845-5707. ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. 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PHCC seventh annual 5K Oct.23CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 11 Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports Cowboys Pastrana's five interceptions matches state recordBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Gaither football team forced nine turnovers in a 37-7 home victory against Class 7A-District 7 rival Gaither on Oct.6. The Cowboys (3-2) defense got constant penetration into the Warriors (3-2) backfield,forcing Steinbrenner out of its run-heavy wing-T offense.The move to a passing attack gave Gaither safety Eddie Pastrana the opportunity to write his name in the school's record books. Pastrana had five interceptions,setting a program record and matching a state singlegame record. "I don't think it's hit me yet,"Pastrana said."Everyone's telling me I broke a record, but I'm just thinking about the W." Pastrana is new to football,picking up the game during the spring.He played centerfield on the Cowboys baseball team,and used many of the skills he developed tracking down fly balls to his advantage against Steinbrenner. The majority of the interceptions came on overthrows,where Pastrana had time to locate the pass and make a play on the ball without worrying about the receiver coming up with the catch. "They started throwing deep more,and when I got the first two I thought they might stop,"Pastrana said."Then they threw another and another and I was thinking why are they still doing that? When I went to the sidelines coach said that's what happens when we shut down the run and take someone out of their game." Gaither coach Jason Stokes said the goal was to make the Warriors abandon the wing-T. "We said we had to shut down that run, and we did a good job of that,"Stokes said. "We really were blessed with a lot of turnovers,which I think forced them to get out of what they wanted to do." Cowboy defenders Josh Scarberry and Jelani Ottley each recovered a fumble,and Nick Sampson retrieved a pair.Ottley returned his 61 yards to the Steinbrenner 4-yard line,while Scarberry took his into the end zone on a 12-yard return to score the game's final points in the fourth quarter. "I'm not surprised because our defense practices like that every day,"Stokes said. "Just intense,loud,out of their mind and it shows on the field.You play how you practice." Gaither's Shug Oyegunle lined up at almost every offensive position except on the line. He scored the game's first touchdown while playing quarterback deep in Cowboys territory when he broke off a 92-yard run. "They almost had me,but I saw a hole that opened up," Oyegunle said."When I got through that I saw a lot of space and just kept running." Oyegunle added a 7-yard rushing score and a 4-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Alex McGough.Oyegunle finished with 143 total yards. "Shug is a versatile player,and we're going to use that versatility to cause problems for other teams any way we can,"Stokes said."It can be at quarterback, running back,receiver and he could even play cornerback or punt returner/kick returner if we needed." Oyegunle said he likes moving all over the field and in combination with McGough at quarterback. "We call it a duo,"Oyegunle said."We both do things that make it hard for the defense to know what we're going to do.We're just coming together to do whatever it takes to help the team win." McGough went 7-for-12 passing for 45 yards and a pair of touchdowns.His score was a 21-yard connection with Demarcus Sexil. Steinbrenner's lone touchdown came on a 2-yard run by Zack Jones,who finished with 88 total yards.Sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch went 8-for-14 passing for 103 yards,but he was sacked four times and threw four interceptions. Warrior defensive back Andrew Feldhaus intercepted McGough in the third quarter. Linebacker A.J.Brown recorded two sacks and recovered a fumble,while Daniel Villar blocked a punt on the first play of the fourth quarter. The win keeps Gaither tied at the top of the district with Tampa Bay Tech,which the Cowboys play on the road on Friday,Nov.4. It will be the final 7A-7 contest of the season for both squads. "I'm not going to overlook Chamberlain or Freedom in the district,"Stokes said. Gaither travels to East Bay on Friday,Oct. 14,while Steinbrenner visits Riverview.Both games are at 7:30 p.m.Cowboys offensive rebirthThe Gaither football team's offense has not been its strength the last few seasons, but the Cowboy attack appears on the right path in 2011. The squad has scored 145 points through its first five games,more than the 121 Gaither put up all of last year. The Cowboys have posted 39 and 37 points in their last two games,respectively. The last time Gaither had scored at least 35 points in a contest was in a 42-35 loss to Wharton in 2008. Junior Shug Oyegunle said there is a level of confidence on the team not present in past years. "I think we can go anywhere we want to go this year as long as we put our minds to it,"Oyegunle said."We just need to think about that every single play.Right now we're really feeling comfortable with what we're doing." Gaither first-year coach Jason Stokes said his offensive philosophy is to use his players'strengths instead of making them fit into a predetermined system.That point is illustrated by his use of Oyegunle and Alex McGough at quarterback. "We have Shug,who is a great athlete, and we have Alex,who has a lot of other great abilities,so we do whatever we can to use them both,"Stokes said."It gives our offense something else for defenses to think about,and it makes us more flexible." The improving offense has translated into wins.The Cowboys'3-2 record is the best through five games for the program since going 4-1 in 2007,the last time the squad won a district championship. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Gaither 3-2 (2-0) Tampa Bay Tech 3-3 (2-0) Steinbrenner 3-2 (1-1) Freedom 1-4 (1-1) Chamberlain 0-5 (0-2) Wiregrass Ranch 0-5 (0-2) Class 6A-District 6 Sunlake 5-0 (3-0) Hernando 4-2 (3-0) Land O' Lakes 3-2 (2-1) Nature Coast 3-3 (2-1) River Ridge 3-2 (1-2) Springstead 2-3 (1-2) Mitchell 3-3 (0-3) Central 0-6 (0-3) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 6-0 (3-0) Fivay 4-1 (3-0) Zephyrhills 3-2 (3-0) Anclote 1-4 (1-2) Gulf 1-4 (1-2) Ridgewood 1-5 (1-2) Wesley Chapel 2-3 (0-3) Hudson 0-5 (0-3) Pasco-Hernando Community College will host its seventh annual 5K on Sunday,Oct.23 beginning at 8 a.m.at the New Port Richey campus,10230 Ridge Road.All proceeds will benefit the Conquistadors women's cross country team. The registration fee is $15 for those who sign up before Saturday,Oct.15 and $20 afterward and includes a race T-shirt.There will also be a free family fun run for all children ages 12 and younger.All fun run participants receive a goodie bag and an award. Race day registration begins at 6:30 a.m. and preregistered participants are encouraged to arrive at 7 a.m.Awards will be given by age group and to the top male and female finishers.The event will also feature free post-race refreshments,games,goodie bags,photos and opportunity drawings.For more information or to register online,visit http://www.active.com/running/new-portrichey-fl/phcc-quista-5k-2011. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and those interested should email PHCC women's cross country coach Jacki Wachtel at wachtej@phcc.edu for more information. The proceeds from last year's race allowed the squad to travel to the national meet.Lutz Rangers take fall titleThe FC Tampa Lutz Rangers Newcastle U13-14 boys soccer team won the Everton Fall Challenge tournament in St.Petersburg the weekend of Sept.17 and 18.The squad, based out of the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex in Lutz,went 4-0 in the event. Players include Payton Wilson,Lucas McGill,Anthony Bianchi,Nolan Colledge, Chase Smith-Cronin,Royce Pope,Logan Boudreau,Mark Pedroso,Bailey Draper,Alex Hernandez,Steven Soronells,Camden Bauman,Justin Raab,Charlie Marshall,Colton Heath,Royce Luedde,Cesar Sotomayor, Peyton Little and Elijah Pratt.Coaches are Bob Bauman and Mahmoud Odeh.New Tampa Flight tryouts Oct.29The New Tampa Flight,an AAU competitive basketball team for girls ages 17 and younger,will have tryouts on Saturday,Oct.29 at the New Tampa YMCA,16221 Compton Drive.For more information,call coach James Mason at (813) 428-1772.Renovated golf course opensQuail Hollow Golf and Country Club on Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel reopened to the public at the end of last month after a year of renovations.Director of golf operations Keith Kulzer said the golf shop is open from 6:30a.m.-6:30 p.m.seven days a week.He added the course will have a grand opening celebration after the new year.For more information,call (813) 3330033.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com 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 Gaither takes pivotal district contest against Steinbrenner Gaither senior safety Eddie Pastrana returns one of his five interceptions against Steinbrenner on Oct. 6. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Cowboy junior Shug Oyegunle had three total touchdowns against the Warriors, including a 92-yard scoring run in the first quarter.

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FREE ADMISSSSSSSION The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSFestival Sponsors: It's Tampa Bay's most affordable family friendly festival and offers a weekend full of adventure, wildlife, entertainment, country food, and good old-fashioned fun.MORE FUN THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A SNAKE AT Jim Mendenhall's Squamata Reptiles Snake Show John Storm's World of Reptiles Show Arts & Crafts for show and for sale Live music throughout the day, both days Educational wildlife exhibits Cowboy Tom's Wild West Show Show-n-Shine 4 x 4 Show Custom car show WAYS TO GET INVOLVED BEYOND THE MIDWAY Miss Rattler Beauty Pageant Little Miss Rattler Beauty Pageant 5-mile Rattlesnake Run, 1-mile fun run FINGER-LICKING GOOD FARE Pancake breakfast BBQ chicken dinner Roy Hardy's fish fry Hot dogs Sausage sandwiches BBQ sandwiches Corn on the cob The Rattlesnake Festival is held 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. Funnel cakes Boiled peanuts Cotton candy Popcorn Snow cones Ice cream813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 12 GRAND OPENING DAYONLY LIMIT2 PER PERSONFREE PINKHAIR EXTENSIONSFOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH16540 Pointe Village, Suite 105,Lutz813-920-2700S.E. corner of Suncoast & Hwy 54 (North Pointe Village Shopping) REFRESHMENTS MEETTHE STAFF RAFFLES FOR FREE PRODUCTS & SERVICES ARTISTIC FACE PAINTING Grand Opening Event OCTOBER 15TH ALLDAYSPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comLand O'Lakes football coach Brian Wachtel watched as the seconds ticked off the clock. Suddenly,he was overcome with an icecold chill. "It felt great,"Wachtel said.The Gators coach was doused with a Gatorade bath in the closing moments of his team's 48-28 win at District 6A-6 rival Mitchell on Oct.6.Wachtel was the Mustangs leader the previous two years before joining Land O'Lakes for the same position."It was definitely a big one for him,he was tight all week,"said Land O'Lakes senior tight end Kent Taylor.The Gators (3-2) needed the district win to keep pace with Sunlake,Hernando and Nature Coast,and they slammed their foot on the pedal from the opening whistle.Harrison Wood scored on the Gators second play of the game,a screen pass to the left that the junior took 75 yards. Mitchell (3-3) was held to a quick threeand-out and the Mustangs'punt was blocked by Darin Patmon.Jackson Cannon recovered and set up Land O'Lakes at the Mitchell 12-yard line. Senior quarterback Ryan Bird scored on a 10-yard scamper to put his team up 14-0. Mitchell answered with a 61-yard scoring drive capped by Dan Barber's 15-yard run up the middle to bring the Mustangs within a touchdown. Another Mitchell special teams miscue resulted in another score for the Gators. Patmon blocked the punt and recovered the ball in the end zone to make it 21-7. "We haven't had a blocked punt all year to have two of them,we gotta see where the breakdown happened,"said Mitchell coach Scott Schmitz. The Mustangs stalled on their next offensive drive,and Land O'Lakes answered with a 27-yard field goal by Andrew Garcia. The next time the Gators had the ball, Garcia only had to kick an extra point after Bird found the 6-foot-5 Taylor streaking down the left sideline for a 54-yard catch and score. Mitchell continued to struggle.Two sacks pushed the Mustangs from their own 20 to their 10-yard line,and Land O'Lakes'Wesley Moore returned the ensuing punt to Mitchell's 4-yard line.Wood scored on the next play to give his team a 38-7 lead. Another field goal from Garcia before the half made it 41-7. "Our kicking game today was so important for us,"Wachtel said."We got to kick some field goals,we got to work on some things that we haven't been able to work on in the last couple of games." Just to erase any doubt of a comeback, Bird found Moore for a 99-yard touchdown pass for the Gators'last score. Land O'Lakes played its backups the majority of the second half,and Mitchell took advantage by closing the scoring gap. The Gators next travel to Nature Coast on Friday,Oct.14 at 7:30 p.m.Land O'Lakes coasts to win against Mitchell 7924 Melogold Circle Land O'Lakes, FL34637 813.996.0161 Golf & Country Club Not Valid For Twilight Or With Any Other Special Offer Must Present Ad18 Holes of Golf Including Cart Expires 10/31/11* Brian Wachtel Gators tight end Kent Taylor scores on a 54-yard catch against the Mustangs. (Photo by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports .com)

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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: POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? Lutz Patriots Still Need Your Help . I Want To Help The Lutz Patriots Ship Packages to Our Troops Overseas $10 Donation $25 Donation Please make checks payable to:U.S.Post MasterMail to:Lutz Patriots P.O.Box 1115 Lutz,FL 33549100% of your donation goes to support the troops. $50 Donation $100 Donation CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 15 too." Meghan said the awareness is what the event is truly about."Sometimes high school kids and people in general are kind of oblivious to what's going on in the world outside of them and in their own little box," Meghan said."They don't think of people fighting through cancer treatment,so if you can get them to think about it just for a day it's helping."The Durbins want to raise awareness of all forms of cancer,but their interest in fighting the disease started with a personal connection. Their mother,Kay,was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2008 when the girls were in eighth grade. Kay also had a bout with uterine cancer associated with one of the medications she took to combat her breast cancer,but early surgery removed the tumor before it could spread.She has been in remission since June 2009 and said she is in good health. "It makes me very proud to see that they've grown into such young ladies given the trials they had to go through at such a young age," Kay said."When most people are just coming into themselves in their tweens,they had to deal with a mature situation.They had to be mature young adults to help caregivers. "It's a hard thing to deal with just going through your teens in high school,"Kay continued."For them to handle that and maintain their grades and being involved in clubs and sports,it's just been a joy to sit back and watch your daughters overcome such a challenge and take it to the next level." Steve,Kay's husband and the twins'father, echoed his wife's sentiments. "It's just been spectacular on their part after being through a lot,"Steve said. Steve is having a Pink Out Day of his own where he works at USAA Insurance. The Durbins'link with the disease goes beyond their immediate family. "Several of my friends have had connections to it too,so we wanted to make it about more than just breast cancer,"Courtney said."That's why we're giving the money to the ACS so it goes to fight all cancers." Courtney and Meghan will be selling pink Tshirts at the game with Maura Craig,an English teacher at Sunlake,before joining in with the sea of pink.Craig,who is also the sponsor for the Key,Legacy and Class of 2014 clubs,said she has learned a lot from the twins. "Courtney and Meghan inspire me to want to make a difference in our community and in the world,"said Craig."They are selfless individuals who dedicate their free time to helping others.The two sisters organize all of our club's events and volunteer opportunities,so the Pink Out movement is not out of the norm for them.These young ladies demonstrate the power of possibility." The Durbins have also volunteered at the Relay For Life at Sunlake and the Miles for Moffitt Race while maintaining identical 4.138 grade point averages. "I am amazed at how much they accomplish and organize with our club while maintaining superb grades,juggling sports schedules and dealing with high school in general,"Craig said. The Durbins have already sold 248 pink Tshirts as of Oct.5.The shirts are $10 at Sunlake's game. "Everyone has made me speechless with all their support and how much they truly care about supporting the cause,"Courtney said.PINK,from page 1 The Durbin family wearing pink to show support in the fight against all forms of cancer. Steve and Kay are in the back, while Courtney, left, and Meghan are in the front. (Photo courtesy of Courtney)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Zephyrhills City County unanimously voted to keep the Patriot Flea Market open for business at Park Place along Chancey Road.The council was concerned about people parking along Chancey to the point it was taking away spots from Sam Pasco Park while also disrupting traffic flow.Zephyrhills development director Todd Vande Berg assured the members there had been no complaints filed."There had been concerns in the past that people were parking on Chancey,but staff had heard nothing about that,"Vande Berg said."It can be policed if that becomes a problem." Paul Correia,managing partner for the company that owns Park Place,said the developer has limited access to the flea market from the northern entrance off SR 54.The developer also has added turn lanes and speed control measures to the southern entrance to help with any congestion issues. In addition,the three lots the flea market uses have been moved deeper inside the property,giving people more places to park their vehicles,according to Correia. The agreement allows the flea market to stay in place,but Correia said it is far from permanent."The rent from that market doesn't cover costs,"Correia said.He then added, "We can't rely on it to keep us going.It barely covers the cost of property taxes for a year.In a perfect world,I'd love to have a market like that somewhere."The property has major infrastructure like sewer,water and electrical service.Correia said other groups have looked into using the property,but the down economy turns many away. "We'll probably have to find an end user,someone with a specific building they have to build and can't (do) it anywhere else,"Correia said."We may be a couple of years ahead of getting things done when and if this economy returns." The market has been operating at the industrial park near US 98 since 2009 from October through March when the seasonal residents are in east Pasco County.Vendor records from last year show people from Zephyrhills, Dade City,Lacoochee,Wesley Chapel, Land O'Lakes,Lutz and New Tampa set up booths at the park last year. Along with arts and crafts,the flea market has carnival-style food and live entertainment.For more information, visit www.patriotfleamarket.com.Treasure hunters look through tables full of anything and everything at the Patriot Flea Market last year. The Zephyrhills City Council has agreed to keep the market open at its location on Chancey Road through March. 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A., Providence RIJust in time for the holidaysSwitch to Vecter and Get 100 Free Gift Cards SAVING MERCHANTS MONEYAND TIME WITH EXPERTCREDITCARD PROCESSING Like you, we're a local business too!SPORTS Academy at the Lakes soccer talent represents the nationBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAcademy at the Lakes eighth grader and Wesley Chapel resident Raheem TaylorParkes isn't like most 13 year olds. His idea of a great day doesn't include video games,computers or lying around. Taylor-Parkes prefers hot,summer days on the soccer field,pushing his body to its limits to fulfill his dream of becoming a professional player. The 5-foot-4 forward took a step toward achieving that goal this summer when he was selected as one of 12 players for the U.S.U14 national soccer team.The program is the direct feeder system for the men's squad that represents the United States in the Olympics and World Cup. "It was amazing to be picked,"TaylorParkes said."It was very difficult because there were a lot of good players there.I knew I had to play my best to be able to compete." Academy athletic director Tom Haslam said Taylor-Parkes is the first Wildcat to be picked for an Olympic development program (OPD). "This puts him as one of the top players in the nation in his age group,"Haslam said. "It's really a big thing. He's exactly the kind of kid we love having here at the academy.He is a great kid,and it's really nice to see something like this happen to him." Taylor-Parkes tried out for a local ODP team earlier this year and made the final cut. From there he was selected for the state and regional teams before learning in July he was picked for the national squad. Taylor-Parkes was born near Toronto, Canada,where he first developed a passion for soccer around age 8. "One day I was just kicking around a soccer ball with one of my friends,and I wanted to sign up after that,"Taylor-Parkes said."From that day I've wanted to play soccer.I want to be a professional.I'm not going to let a little hard work stand in the way." Academy boys soccer coach Roland Moldovan said Taylor-Parkes has a focus and desire to get better that he hasn't seen in his seven years teaching the game."He talks like an adult,"Moldovan said. "That's one of the first things I noticed about him is I could talk to him like an adult and he would understand the concepts.And from there he has always talked about being a professional.That's his goal and that maturity he has is clear.He wants it,he acts like it,he practices like it and he really behaves like that."Of course he's a natural talent," Moldovan continued."He's so natural that even when he is working hard it looks effortless." Moldovan became the Wildcats coach early this year,but he has known TaylorParkes for about three years.He has given Taylor-Parkes private training sessions,but has coached against the budding talent in club soccer. Taylor-Parkes plays with the Brandon Flames,a competitive travel soccer club, while Moldovan was a coach in the Fusion Futbol Club of Tampa Bay in New Tampa and Forest Hills. Taylor-Parkes is the second player Moldovan has coached that has made an ODP team,following Atsou Ayah who made the U15 squad in 2009. "When Atsou was picked for the national team I got him and Raheem to train together,"Moldovan said."I remember one time they were practicing in December and it was raining really hard and it was really cold.I told them let's go home,and both said no no no coach we'll be fine.'They stayed and played for another hour,so Raheem puts in the hard work." Taylor-Parkes came to the academy as a seventh grader after attending John Long Middle the year before. While he was not born in the United States,Taylor-Parkes can't stop smiling when talking about the chance to play for a U.S. national team. "It's fantastic to be able to represent my country,"Taylor-Parkes said. Next up for the U14 team is a tournament in San Diego Nov.23-28,where the national team will play the regional teams from around the country.Raheem Taylor-Parkes makes U.S.team Academy at the Lakes eighth-grader Raheem Taylor-Parkes was picked as one of 12 soccer players nationally for the U.S. U14 men's national team. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

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Novotna broke her own record in the second race of the season at the University of South Florida Invitational on Sept.9,posting an 18:06.83 and earning runner of the week honors again. "She has more potential than she knows,"said SLU coach Melissa Miller."She has a lot of good opportunities that will open up for her if she keeps doing the best she can.What's going to take her further than her talent is her attitude.That's the key, and she has it.She has a passion for the sport." Miller said she is very impressed with how easily Novotna has been able to adjust to moving to a new country. "In the back of my mind I thought she was going to have to adapt to the culture for a year,but she hasn't had that transition," Miller said."She's already adapted." Novotna didn't have a lot of negative culture shock coming to Florida,but she did say there are a lot of differences from her homeland. "Here everyone is more friendly and they want to get to know you,"Novotna said."The other thing is the heat is much more here,but in a good way.I like the weather.In the Czech Republic right now you can't run in shorts because it's too cold." Novotna started running around age 6 in a sport called orienteering,which involves going through forested areas with a compass and map.Participants have to find checkpoints that are not in a straight line. Courses can range from 3-9 kilometers and the fastest participant wins. "It's a completely different sport," Novotna said."You start and finish alone. Plus you have to focus on the course and follow the compass,so you have to be prepared physically and mentally and have good map technique."Novotna said running cross country is much easier for her because she can "just run."While the mental burden associated with orienteering is absent at SLU,she still had to learn how to pace herself on a 5K course.In fact,the distance was completely foreign to Novotna as she approached the starting line at her first collegiate race. "I wanted to perform well and stay with the leading group,"Novotna said."I just ran, and that was the first time I've run a 5K ever.We did different distances in training. "During the run I was hurting because I'd never run that exact distance before.I was wondering what distance I chose," Novotna said with a laugh. Miller said Novotna has also shown leadership as well as low times. "I've noticed she encourages everyone," Miller said."She asks how you're doing and are you OK today.It's a good chemistry on the team,and Tereza contributes to that. She's a very special person." Novotna is currently the No.1 individual runner in the South Region and fifth nationally in Division II.SLU is also rising up the rankings,coming in at No.9 in the U.S.Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association South Region,the highest rating in program history. The next challenge for Novotna and the Lions is the SSC meet in Fort Lauderdale on Oct.22,followed by the South Region in Tampa on Nov.5. To qualify for nationals,which is in Spokane,Wash.on Nov.19,Novotna will need to finish in the top two in regionals. "I'd love to go to nationals,"Novotna said. "That's the main goal,and I think it is possible because of my coach.She's the reason I chose this school."SPORTS Like the wind Saint Leo freshman cross country runner Tereza Novotna has been honored as conference runner of the week twice and set the program record in a 5K two times in her first few weeks of colligate running. (Photo by Mike Carlson)

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS October 12,2011 23 By B.J.JarvisPasco Cooperative Extension Director and HorticulturistFlorida's vegetable gardening season is upon us.As tomato,peppers,melons and squash are planted,gardeners will need to watch out for damaging insects. Insect populations peak in the fall.One relative newcomer to Florida gardens loves to attack the same vegetables we like to grow this time of year.The leaf-footed bug was first found in Florida in 2005 and identified in east Pasco County in 2006. This now-common insect can cause significant damage to homegrown fruits and vegetables.Harm can be done to a wide variety of produce including all types of beans,bell peppers,blueberries, blackberries,citrus,eggplant,okra,tomato,peaches and many ornamental plants. Adult leaf-footed bugs can be identified relatively easily.It got its name for the flattened flare or leaf-like protrusion on the lower leg.It is a relatively large insect, growing about 1-inch long.The business end of this insect is the hypodermic needle-like mouthpart it uses to puncture fruit and vegetables.The injury causes distortion and allows organisms that can cause decay to enter the fruit.Other symptoms may include early fruit drop, leaf yellowing and misshapen fruits. Gardeners commonly find leaf-footed bugs hiding under leaves and on fruit. What can be done when they are found lurking in the veggie garden? Scout regularly for all types of insects.Some are even "good bugs"helping to naturally suppress damaging insect populations.When found,one or two leaf-footed bugs are generally no big problem,but larger populations of these insects are bound to cause enough damage to warrant some action. Handpicking into a container of soapy water may help control them.Neem oil or insecticidal soap only works well on juveniles found earlier in the year.Consider a somewhat stronger insecticide containing pyrethins,which is labeled for use on most vegetables and can be used up to the day of harvest.As with all garden chemicals,read and follow label directions. For more information about insects that attack vegetables,check the University of Florida,Cooperative Extension's website at: http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/topic_vegetable_ga rden_pests.BJ Jarvis is the Horticulture Agent and Director of Pasco Cooperative Extension. She can be reached at bjjarvis@ufl.edu or on the web at pasco.ifas.ufl.edu/gardening. NATURE NOTES Aleaf-footed bug attacks a tomato. 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Oakstead is the largest elementary school in Pasco County,a school district thats been rocked in recent years by steep budget cuts including a $54 million shortfall this year that resulted in 513 fewer jobs. Biden visited Kelly Keenes fifth-grade class in a portable classroom building before holding his afternoon news conference in the schools media center. Keenes class has 25 children.Thats six more students than she taught last year. Oakstead,which has more than 1,000 students,lost eight teaching positions because of budget cuts.Built just six years ago, the school was constructed for 700 pupils. It must use 22 portable classrooms to accommodate the overflow. At the Oct.4 news conference,Biden said the proposed American Jobs Act would jumpstart the economy. In part,the measure calls for preventing up to 280,000 teacher layoffs,while keeping cops and firefighters on the job;modernizing at least 35,000 public schools;providing tax cuts to small businesses;and building or repairing roads,rails,airports and waterways.The measure was expected to go to a vote before the Senate as early as Tuesday,Oct.11.bcmanion@cnewspubs.comThere was a feeling of pent-up excitement in Kelly Keenes fifth-grade classroom last week as the children awaited the arrival of Vice President Joe Biden. It was a big moment,not only for these children,but for Pasco County Public Schools,as well. Biden is the highest-ranking government official ever to visit the school district,and that created a buzz all over the campus at Oakstead Elementary in Land OLakes. When the vice president arrived,it didnt take long for him to establish a comfort zone with the kids. He moved easily through the classroom. He sat at a small desk to field some questions.He walked around the classroom to answer others.He leaned over to get closer to the kids. He touched a students hair.Squeezed a childs shoulder.Looked directly at the youngsters,as they posed their questions. When Biden felt a little too warm,he politely asked the kids if it would be all right with them,if he took off his jacket. The children had plenty of questions for the vice president.And,they obviously relished their time with him,as they snapped photographs to preserve the moment. This is one of those days the students said after Bidens departure that they never expect to forget. Heres a look at some of the things the kids wanted to know,and excerpts of the vice presidents answers. I do like what I do.My daddy used to say,Its a lucky person who gets up every morning with both feet on the floor,who knows what theyre about to do knows what their job is and is happy with that and thinks it makes a difference. I like what Im doing because I hope it makes a difference.I get to do things that help people. ? The answer is yes. When the president first came to me and said,Joe,Id like you to be my vice president,I said,No,I dont want to do that.I will be happy to help you anyway that I can,but I never thought about being vice president. I thought it would be better for me to stay where I was,in the Senate. He said,Think about it.Talk to your Fifth-graders quiz VP The Gaither football team defeated Steinbrenner 37-7 on Oct. 6 to stay in first place in the district. The Cowboy defense put constant pressure on the Warrior offense, forcing nine turnovers. Seen is Gaither senior linebacker Josh Scarberry hitting Steinbrenner sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) For one night, Sunlakes colors are shades of pinkklojacono@cnewspubs.comAnyone who knows Courtney and Meghan Durbin is aware of how they take on challenges,whether it is in school,with sports or in the fight against cancer. The twin sisters at Sunlake High created Pink Out Day three years ago.The senior softball players had the idea to have the Seahawks team wear pink to raise awareness and show support in the fight against all forms of cancer at one of its games each year. The girls have continued the spring version but are bringing it to the fall football season for Sunlakes home game against Hernando at 7:30 p.m.on Friday,Oct.14. We started the Pink Out movement last year,but it was at an away (football) game at Wesley Chapel, Courtney said.We wanted to do it at home to get more of the community involved.Also this year were doing a fundraiser too by selling pink T-shirts to raise money for the American Cancer Society (ACS). Everyone in attendance is asked to wear pink.Even the Seahawks football players will be appropriately dressed. All the football players will be wearing pink gloves and pink socks and the cheerleaders are wearing pink bows,Courtney said.Hopefully all the people in the community going to the game will wear pink Vice President makes pitch to jumpstart the economy Pink Out DayWhere: Sunlake High,3023 Sunlake Blvd.in Land O LakesWhen: Friday, Oct.14 at 7:30 p.m. All those attending the football game against Hernando are asked to wear pink to so support in the fight against cancer.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS During his remarks,Biden cited a newly released report revealing that 300,000 teachers across the nation have lost their jobs since 2008. Thats bad for the teachers,in terms of being able to make a living,but its devastating for our children,Biden said.This is an emergency. Oakstead is a Grade Aschool,the vice president said,but he noted,there are a lot of schools around the country that arent Grade A. During the past 12 months,budget cuts across the nation have resulted in 200,000 fewer teachers,10,000 fewer firefighters and 18,000 fewer police officers,Biden said.Besides reducing public services,those reductions play out in very practical ways across the economy,the vice president said.It means fewer haircuts,fewer trips to the restaurant,fewer times you can take your kids to the movies,fewer times you can gas your automobile up and fewer, and fewer and fewer,Biden said. When cuts are made to education,they have long-term consequences,added Biden, whose wife taught in public schools for years and now teaches at Northern Virginia Community College.All of this matters.It matters in terms of our long-term national security.It matters in terms of how many children were going to have college-ready 12 years from now.It simply matters,Biden said.Were competing in a much more competitive world.The jobs act would create opportunity at a time when the nation desperately needs it, Biden said. People ask me,Can we afford it?My response is,Can we afford not to do this? Biden said. During his remarks,the vice president thanked parents and teachers and Principal Tammy Kimpland for all that they do to help children learn.And,after the news conference,he worked the crowd shaking hands and posing for photographs,while patriotic music played. Outside,Nina Gregory,a teacher who serves special education students and their parents,said she was glad she was able to attend the event. I loved it.Its been so tough for teachers and parents,as well,Gregory said. It really was inspiring.I think that we needed to hear the validation that teachers are important.I loved the way that he emphasized parent involvement. Its a tough time,but theres hope.We have to keep on trucking and things will happen,she said. Special visitors drop by Oakstead Elementary School. Principal Tammy Kimpland doesnt give it much thought.Her school is often a district showcase for visitors from Spain,China and other places. Later that same day,some special visitors drop by again this time there are some men in dark suits.Kimpland and Assistant Principal Megan Hermansen find out their school is being considered for a visit by Vice President Joe Biden.The two school administrators are sworn to secrecy. Kimpland and Hermensen are at the school,making preparations for the Bidens possible visit.They get the word around 4:30 p.m.that its a go.It was,as Kimpland put it,a pretty exciting moment. Kimpland and Hermensen are at the campus,while more preparations are made. Kimpland arrives at 6:30 a.m. and doesnt leave campus until around 9:30 p.m.Thats the day when school staff called about 250 district staff,parents,students, teachers and members of the community to invite them to the event;nearly everyone said yes. Moving shelves in the media center out of the way to make room for about 200 chairs for guests. Rounding up 200 matching chairs from all over campus to create a nice appearance for the event. Rearranging books onto different shelves in the library,including the addition of books on top shelves behind the podium where Biden would make his remarks. Touching base with Publix to order refreshments for the vice president,Secret Service agents,the Sheriffs Office and the White House staff.(Although she said she rarely tries to pull rank,Kimpland said did tell Publix that the order she was making for a very important guest.She thought the supermarket chain might give her a discount or a couple of sandwich trays.Instead,it catered the event with sandwiches,fruits, drinks,desserts and even decorations free of charge). Principal Kimpland arrives at 5:45 a.m.so security can do a sweep of the school. Faculty and staff members park in different locations to leave room for arriving guests. Vice President Joe Biden makes history in Pasco County public schools by being the highest-ranking public official ever to visit the school district. Oakstead Elementary Principal Tammy Kimpland introduces the vice president after days of preparation for the special visitor. (Photo by Anthony V. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS wife. I talked to my wife.She said,You should be vice president. If I get a chance to do anything in the world,I like to spend the time with my kids. My kids have become my best friends. Well,its kind of cool.You get to meet a lot of people.I used to do a lot of things with foreign leaders,you know,what they call heads of state.Id go and visit Prime Minister (Vladimir) Putin in Russia and Prime Minister (Benjamin) Netanyahu of Israel.I spent a lot of time in Afghanistan and China and Iraq and all around the world. In my career as a senator,I spent a lot of time dealing with war and peace and terrorism and all of those kinds of things. Just since Ive been vice president,they just told me the other day how many miles Ive traveled in Air Force Two.Ive traveled over 445,000 miles just since Ive been vice president. The best part of my job,I guess,is that I get to go home every night and have dinner with my wife. When I was a senator for 36 years,I used to commute every day on Amtrak,on a train. Every single day,Id get up every morning, and Id get a 7:30 train and Id go for an hour and a half,and Id arrive in Washington at 9 oclock and Id leave Washington somewhere between the 6 and 7 oclock train,so Id get home as early as 7:30,or usually,8:30 or 9 oclock every single day. Now,we live in Washington,D.C. I do.Let me tell you what my normal day is.What I do is every day when the president and I are both in Washington,every day I start off with a meeting in the morning with the president.It has a fancy name,its called PDB,presidential daily briefing. What that means is that our experts on terrorism and on things relating to our security,we meet every day in the Oval Office. They tell us what happened over night. And then theres a second meeting.We talk about the economy. Every day,Im sitting next to the president on average 5 to 6 hours a day,when hes in Washington and when Im in Washington. Yes.They follow me everywhere and they do that for my protection. By the way,there are almost as many women who take care of me in the Secret Service.They can shoot just as straight as a guy. They are always with me,and they make my life a lot easier. These days,I dont get to schools as much as when I was a senator. (Then) I made sure to visit every single solitary high school in my state once a year and I went to a lot of grade schools. I did that for two reasons.First of all,you guys are smarter than you think you are and you guys ask the best questions.And,sometimes,when you ask questions,I can figure out what your parents are thinking,too. Lots of times,you sit at the dinner table and you hear your mommy and daddy talking about stuff,and you kind of wonder about that. .My dream was that I thought I could be a flanker back for the New York Giants.I was a pretty good football player in high school.Not as good in college.I love football. I also was pretty good in baseball.I always liked basketball,but my mom wouldnt let me play three seasons,so I had to choose. Oakstead Elementary Principal Tammy Kimpland, talking about Vice President Joe Biden: Oakstead Elementary Assistant Principal Megan Hermansen, talking about the Secret Service agents on campus: Allison Paolillo, an Oakstead parent, on the atmosphere at school: Fifth-grade teacher Kelly Keene, complimenting her students, who had a chance to interact with the vice president: Vice President Joe Biden, describing his relationship with President Barack Obama: VERBATIM An animated Vice President Joe Biden reacts to questions in Kelly Keenes classroom. S MMedical Center of Trinity 9 330 State Roa d 54 Trinity, FL 3 4655 Phone ( 727 ) 834-400 0 www. MedicalCenterTrinity .com Our physicians are experienced in a broad spectrum o f specialties and have o ff ices throu g hout the communit y Our f ree C onsu l t-A-Nurs e service can h e l p y ou find a doctor, make an appointment, answer healthcare questions and register f or classes and events. You can contact our nurses 24 hours a day at 7 2 783 4-56 30 W Lutz Lake Fern Rd7 Springs BlvdKeystone RdGunn HwyRidge RdLittle RdTrinity BlvdMitchellBlvd o rt t t y L an dO Lake s SM 100 % Private Room s R oom S ervice 3 2 Hi-D e f T V F r ee In te rn et A c cess Pl Pl Pl Pl P en en en en en ti ti ti ti ti ti fu fu fu fu fu l l l l l sp sp sp sp sp ac ac c e e e e fo fo fo fo f r r r vi vi v vi vi si si s si si ti ti ti ti ng ng ng f f f f f f am il y y y y & & & lo ve ve e d d on on on es es s De di di di di di d ca ca ca ca ca te te te te te t d d d d d d pa pa pa pa pa pa ti ti en en t t h ha ha ll ll ll wa wa ys y & & & e l l le va to to rs rs f f or or optimal privac y Visitin g hours at the discretion of the patien t Private, Patient Centered Care WE W WE W WE WE WE W W E E LL L L L L L L L L L L NE SS SS | | P P RE R VENTI O N | HEAL IN N N G G G OPENING WINTER 2011 Programs & Services

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Blommel,62,of Dade City,is the director of community relations for Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.Blommel, whose term ends in September 2015,succeeds Leonard M.Trubia.Finnerty,64,also of Dade City,is the chief executive officer for Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.His term ends in August 2014.He succeeds Regina M.Mirabella.Lambert,39,of Spring Hill,is the manager of member relations at the Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative.His term ends August 2013.He succeeds Wilton E.Simpson. Laurino,69,New Port Richey,is the chief executive officer for the Center for Independence.His term expires in September 2013.He succeeds Joan M.Spitrey. Normally,golfers like to score low but these golfers came up big in a golf tournament to benefit Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco.The golf tournament raised just under $3,000 for the charity which works to provide decent and affordable housing to those in need.Jessica Kamsteeg,a Rotary Youth Exchange student,recently gave a talk to the Dade City Sunrise Rotary group,telling them about her home country of Holland and her experiences with the exchange program. Kamsteeg is one of 8,000 students worldwide participating in the Rotary Youth Exchange,a program that has been around for more than 75 years and draws participants from 80 countries. The program is administered at the regional level by Rotary districts and at the local level by Rotary clubs. Kamsteeg is being hosted by a family in Inverness and is being sponsored by the Rotary Club of Inverness. Sunrise Rotary is a Breakfast Club and meets every Thursday at 7 a.m.except for the first Thursday of the month when they meet at 4:45 p.m.at the Kokopelli Restaurant,Dade City.Visitors are always welcome.The New Port Richey campus of Rasmussen College has received the Service/Distribution Industry of the Year award from the Pasco Economic Development Council for its service to the community in helping area students gain access to higher education to achieve their career and personal goals. The Hyperbaric Centers of Florida held a grand opening on Sept.30 at the companys location at 5610 Sixth St.in Zephyrhills. For more information about its services, visit www.hyperbariccentersofflorida.comLets Plan a Party,LLC is having its ribbon cutting on Oct.19 at 26314 Wesley Chapel Blvd.There will be music,food,balloons and face painting and maybe some chair massage.The Cub Scouts will be doing a flag ceremony. San Antonio Citizens Federal Credit Union is hosting a community Shred-It Day to mark International Credit Union Day. Anyone who wants to shred unwanted personal documents should bring them to the credit unions San Antonio office,12542 Curley Road. Please bring no more than two boxes of materials,no larger than 18 x 12 x 9 inches. You must remain with your documents until they are shredded.The credit union is providing the shredding service for free.The event is from 9 a.m.until 1 p.m.on Oct.22. For more information call (352) 588-2732 or visit our website sacfcu.org Preferred Referrals Networking meets on Tuesdays from 11:30-1 p.m.at Elsas Mexican Restaurant,18450 N.US 41 in Lutz.Those attending buy their lunch,but the meeting is free.For more information call Edna Dunston (813) 875-3177 or Les Saland (813) 995-0292. ULTA Beauty stores are inviting customers to participate in Windows of Love Donate with a Kiss,a campaign to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. ULTA Beauty will cover its windows with kisses,an international symbol of love,with each kiss representing a $1 donation to the research foundation. ULTA Beauty will provide a variety of ways to help. Those who donate $1 are eligible for a drawing to win a beauty bag of pink products,valued at $598,and those who donate $10 can receive their choice of a pink ribbon umbrella or pink ribbon cosmetics bag. Hungry Howie's is also taking action to help fight breast cancer. The pizza chain will make a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation for every pizza that Hungry Howies sells at its Florida and Alabama locations during the month of October. The Suncoast Epilepsy Foundation recently honored State Sen.Mike Fasano for his work to help people with epilepsy in the counties that Fasano represents. The association serves approximately 28,000 residents in Pinellas and Pasco Counties.It provides counseling,education, advocacy and pre-vocational services to medically and financially needy individuals with epilepsy. Ryland Homes has unveiled new energy standards that will save homebuyers hundreds of dollars each month in their energy bills. Rylands Houseworks standards include Tech-shield Radiant Barrier Roofing,low-E windows,and other high energy-efficient standards.Florida Gov.Rick Scott has appointed four new members to the Pasco County Housing Authority.The new members are Edward C.

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LAND OLAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser s.com EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne wspubs.com B.C. 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Putnam said the problem is less severe in Florida,as the Sunshine State can grow most of the agriculture its citizens need throughout the year,but in many other areas it is harder to contain such outbreaks. The cantaloupe grown in Colorado can stop in half a dozen places before it gets to the supermarket,Putnam said.As soon as a food-borne illness is spotted,all the local and federal groups do whatever they can to stop it,but when you have to track it back to four and five places it makes it difficult. Putnam said once harvested,food generally goes to a packinghouse where it is cleaned and packed.Then a processor usually cuts and repackages it before a distributor takes over to sell large amounts to the food to grocery chains,which houses the food for some time before it goes to the local level.Only then does it go on store shelves for the consumer. Food grown internationally,which Putnam said accounts for about two-thirds of the produce eaten in the United States, has additional steps before it gets into the food supply. The good thing is all those levels have safeguards to test the food for problems,so if anything is detected along the way it can be removed from the food supply,Putnam said.When it gets through,thats when you have the issue of tracking the food. The cantaloupe that caused the recent outbreaks sickened 84 people and accounted for 17 deaths nationally,according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) records.Sherri McGarry,an adviser in the FDAs Office of Food,said it has been difficult to track down the infected fruit because the producer,Jensen Farms,cannot say exactly where it was sold. The food chain is very complex, McGarry wrote in an email.There are many steps,and the more steps there are the harder it can be to link up each step to identify what the common (outbreak) source is. None of those reported ill from the cantaloupe were within Florida,but the infected spinach did make it to the Sunshine State inside dip sold at Publix stores. Publix spokesperson Shannon Patten said the supermarket chain recalled 16ounce containers of prepackaged spinach dip sold in its delis with a UPC 41415-00062 and use-by date of Oct.10.Patten said the company only knows the dip was not sold at locations in southern Florida near Miami or out of the state,making it very likely it was sold in Pasco and Hillsborough counties. The recent recalls are just a couple in a long line of such issues.In 2006,spinach infected with E.coli killed at least five people and hospitalized 205 across 26 states,according to the FDA.Peanuts were the source of a salmonella outbreak in 2009, while eggs transmitted the same disease a year later. Putnam said new legislation recently passed by Congress is giving the FDA more power to track food wherever it goes. That will allow the outbreaks to stop much faster because all they have to do is call up where the food is from and track it to market in a matter of seconds,Putnam said.We already had the safest food in the world,and this new law is just another way to make the food supply even safer. The new legislation goes into effect later this year.Tracking contaminated food poses serious challenge Listeria-infected cantaloupe has been linked to 17 deaths across the country during the last two weeks. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

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The chairwoman of the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival said it takes about six months of planning to get the festival ready,but she said the two weeks prior to the actual event are the most stressful just making sure everything comes together.Finally,Fleming can relax with the start of the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival on Saturday,Oct. 15 and Sunday,Oct.16.The festival will take place at the Grove mall at Interstate 75 and SR 54.It will go from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.both days.Fleming said she expects about 10,00015,000 people to show up each day, weather permitting. Its been growing every year,Fleming said.Every year weve added something new,and weve expanded the area,and theres more for people to do every year. Its a setting primed for kids and adults, families and friends. Families really like it because we have this huge kids area kids can come and basically stay for hours.It gives parents a chance to relax while kids are playing. There will be live bands,arts and crafts, an obstacle course,Ronnie Setsers car show,a Battle of the Wings contest,a pumpkin patch and for the first time a beer garden sponsored by Miller Lite.Last year with the heat and the wings, people asked why we didnt have beer, Fleming said.So we talked to the leasing people,security and got permission to do that.Money raised from the festival is divvied among the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce and select charities or nonprofit causes,such as high school scholarships. Fleming cited the bands as the biggest draw of the event,with the car show also attracting a heavy number of visitors. Other than Wiregrass,we dont have much out here for people to just go sit and listen to music free,Fleming said. The other highlighted festival of the weekend is the Rattlesnake Festival in San Antonio.The rattlesnake event,entering its 45th year,has grown from a local happening to a nationally renowned festival.It takes place at the San Antonio City Park,32810 Pennsylvania Ave.On Saturday,the festival goes from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.and from 11 a.m.-4 p.m.on Sunday. As with the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival, this event caters to both children and adults.Some of the most notable spectacles are the races involving wooden tortoises. And then of course,there are the rattlesnakes. A professional snake handler offers educational tips and information about snakes, including snakes native to the area as well as those from abroad. Amy Greif,chairwoman of the souvenir committee,said San Antonio and the Rattlesnake Festival are synonymous. You can mention one and people will say the other,said Greif,who was raised in San Antonio.We offer much more than we did in the past.It takes up the entire main part of town up north. She was quick to point out one possible misconception. No,we dont have rattlesnakes crawling all over the place,she said.It just happens to be that we had found something that was unique.Money raised from the rattlesnake festival goes to nonprofit groups,including local baseball teams,churches and Boy and Girl Scouts.For more information about the Wesley Chapel Fall Festival,including sponsorships and vendor opportunities,visit www.WesleyChapelChamber.com or call Christine Hope at (813) 994-8534.For more information about the Rattlesnake Festival,visit rattlesnakefestival.com or call Rattlesnake and Gopher Enthusiasts Inc.at (352) 588-4444.Two festivals highlight east Pasco weekend calendar Madison Santo with her dad Jack Santo, owner of Santos Pizza and Pasta and Skinnys Bar, as he accepts the Peoples Choice Award for best wings at the 2010 Wesley Chapel fall festival. (File photo) Amberlee Moore, then 18 months, lends a hand at her dads booth at the 2010 Rattlesnake Festival. Amberlee is the daughter of Michael and Lauren Moore. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS Rene Van Houts Wanna Be Mayor campaign is sponsoring events for her Honorary Mayor of Land OLakes bid on Sunday,Oct.16 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission is $20 and events will take place in the upper room at Wesley Chapel Toyota at 5300 Eagleston Blvd.On Tuesday,Oct.18, her campaign presents Fun at the Coffeehouse,at the Organic Life Coffeehouse and Bakery,1900 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.It will include a meet-and-greet session from 5-7 p.m.and Open Mic Night from 7-9 p.m.For more information,visit www.renetherealtor.com.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.Grand Oaks Community in Land OLakes is having a yard sale on Saturday,Oct.15.The sale will go from 8 a.m.-noon.The yard sale will happen on the driveways and yards of those homeowners that choose to participate.For more information,call Judy Potts at (813) 973-7862.Pasco High Pirates are having a homecoming barbecue on Friday,Oct.21. Admission is $6 and all proceeds benefit student recognition and the Pirate Angel program.The barbecue will take place from 4-6:30 p.m.in the Pasco High lunchroom. Drive-thru and take-out are available.Pasco High is located at 36850 SR 52 in Dade City. Woof Gang Bakery in Lutz is having a costume party on Friday,Oct.14 from 5-8 p.m.or later.There will be games,raffles, food and a pet photographer doing free pet portraits.The bakery is located at 18875 SR 54 in Lutz.For more information,call Mark McEachern at (813) 949-3644.Single Naturists of Tampa will have a singles dinner on Thursday,Oct.20 at Caliente, 21240 Gran Via Blvd.in Land OLakes. Grounds fees are complimentary after 5 p.m.with purchase of a buffet dinner for $14.Social hour is from 5:30-6:30 p.m.,and dinner starts at 6:30 p.m.To RSVP,call Luna Adams at (813) 235-9547.Families can celebrate Halloween at a party on Saturday,Oct.22 at Sesame Street Safari of Fun at Busch Gardens.Children can do the Monster Mash,meet the Count,parade in costume and enjoy lunch.Lunch is from 12:30-1:30 p.m.and includes buffet-style. This event is $22 for adults and $15 for children and includes a 6-by-8 inch photo with the Count per family.Pass members receive a 10 percent discount.Admission to the park is required but not included.For reservations,visit SesameStreetSafariOfFun.com and click on Dine with Elmolink,or call (1-888) 8005447.Willow Bend Community Church,2541 Henley Road in Lutz,will play its Movie with a Messageon Saturday,Oct.15 at 6:30 p.m.The months movie is Letters to God. Admission is free.For more information, visit www.willowbendcc.org.The Rotary Club of Zephyrhills Daybreak will have its 19th Annual Breakaway Businessmans Break Away Golf Tournamentat Scotland Yard in Dade City on Friday, Oct.14.Registration for the scramble format tournament begins at noon with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.Proceeds benefit the projects of Rotary International,the Womens Care Center of Zephyrhills,local college scholarships,the Zephyrhills City Water Park and others.Golf entry fees are $80 per person and include green fees, cart,award dinner and prizes.For information,contact Chris Robin at (813) 783-7017 or Theresa Sommers at (813) 7883369.Witness a re-enactment of the war skirmish at Chipco Crossing at the Pioneer Florida Museum,which will take place on Saturday,Oct.22 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.and on Sunday,Oct.23 from 9 a.m.to the closing of campus.Pioneer Florida Museum is located off US 301 at 15602 Pioneer Museum Road in Dade City.Tickets are $6 for adults,$5 for seniors and free for ages 5 and younger.It is recommended to bring your own seating.For more information, call (352) 567-0262 or visit www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org.LifeChoices Womens Care will have its inaugural Golf for Lifecharity golf tournament on Saturday,Oct.22.The tournament will take place at the Lexington Oaks Golf Club in Wesley Chapel.Fees are $75 per golfer and covers greens fees,range balls,door prizes, contests,goodie bags,dinner and awards. All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary.For more information about participating as a golfer or sponsor,visit GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org, call (813) 948-7734 or contact Tom Beach directly at (813) 333-3543. The East Pasco Democratic Club will have its October meeting at Bentley Commons on Monday,Oct.17 from 7-8:30 p.m. Bentley Commons is located at 38130 Pretty Pond Road in Zephyrhills.Parking is available on the side of the building.Elena McCullough,representing Organizing for America,is the guest speaker.Call club president Diane Parker at (813) 778-6743 with any questions. The Wesley Chapel Republican Club meets on Thursday,Oct.13.The club is open to Republican men and women,and the club welcomes new members and guests. Meetings are the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.at the Hyundai dealership on 27000 Wesley Chapel Blvd. The East Pasco Retired Educators Association will meet at the IHOP at 13100 US 301 in Dade City at 10 a.m.on Thursday, Oct.20.Retired school personnel and friends are welcome.For information, contact Joyce Snow in Dade City at (352) 567-5050 or Joan Knowles in Zephyrhills at (813) 788-4980.SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) will present a Medicare 101 workshop on Saturday,Oct.15 at 10:30 a.m. The workshop is at Tampa Bay Presbyterian Church at 19911 Bruce B.Downs Blvd.in Tampa.Free and open to the community, the workshop will focus on what you need to know about enrollment and the recent changes to Medicare benefits.To attend, RSVP with the church office at (813) 9732484.For more information or to become a SHINE volunteer,call Robin Watt at (813) 740-3888 or the Elder Helpline at (1-800) 963-5337. The fifth annual Spooky Tails Halloween Party and Any Pet Costume Contest will take place on Saturday,Oct.15.Gates open at noon.The event benefits the Pasco Sheriffs Office K-9 unit.The event is free and open to the public,though animal registration fee for the contest is $25. First place will be awarded $200. For information,call (813) 949-1687 or visitwww.pasco-k9-fundrasier.com.The event will take place at 22129 Carson Drive in Land OLakes. Whats HappeningWhat s Happening Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge PreK-High School College/Adult OF TUTORINGwith this ad1 FREE WEEK EDUCATION & ACTIVITIES 15357 Amberly Drive813.975.1700Sunday, October 16th1:00pm 10:00pm Now Then a paint your own pottery studio and coffee houseAtwww.youdothedishes.comBuy your piece and paintFREE ALL DAY! 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS Pasco fights tooth decayklojacono@cnewspubs.comCavities are the most common chronic disease for children ages 6-19, and 90 percent of all adults will have some form of tooth decay during their lifetime. The Pasco County Health Department wants to bring down those numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and is partnering with the American Dental Association to promote National Dental Hygiene Month in October. Tooth decay in children and the health problems that come with it deserves our attention, said Pasco Health Officer Dr. David Johnson. Prevention works, and it simply involves developing the right habits. Dental cavities are caused by a deterioration of the tooth enamel, according to the CDC. Bacteria on teeth break down leftover food particles and produce acid that results in the decay. Johnson said the most frustrating thing about cavities and tooth decay is that most forms are largely preventable with simple hygiene steps. For that reason the campaign in Pasco this year has the theme Its simple. Healthy habits for a healthy smile. Johnson said the best ways to prevent the problems are: --Brush teeth at least twice a day to remove plaque --Floss daily, preferably before going to sleep --Eat healthy and nutritious foods and limit sugary carbonated drinks --Visit a dentist for checkups and cleanings twice a year --Wear a mouth guard while playing sports Johnson also advocates for children younger than age 18 to receive a fluoride treatment twice per year to build up their teeth enamel. He said some people are weary about the chemicals effect but stressed it helps strengthen teeth to reduce the risk of cavities later in life. Johnson said the treatments are even more important in Pasco, as the county does not put fluoride in its drinking water as a cost saving measure. Johnson said new sealant treatments also help prevent cavities in a similar way as fluoride. The department recently received federal grant money to provide sealant treatments to Pascos Title I schools, those with the largest number of students receiving free or reduced priced lunches. Second graders at such schools can receive the treatments for free. With the support of the district school board and health services staff we have already visited six of the 22 schools that will be part of the program and have sealed over 1,000 teeth, said Dr. Beth Genho. She added the program will return to the schools later in the year to treat more children. The department is also working with Drs. Michael Valancius, Leslie Hernandez and Genho to educate children about caring for their teeth. The pediatric dental teams outreach program is stationed at Rodney Cox Elementary in Dade City and the Pasco Health Department office in New Port Richey. For more information about the program, call (727) 861-5250. The health department also offers dental services by appointment to those ages 1-20 who have Florida Medicaid at 10841 Little Road in New Port Richey. Services include exams, X-rays, cleanings, fillings, sealants and more. To schedule a dental appointment or speak to a representative, call (727) 861-5260 ext. 284. Designer Purses Less Than 1/3 of Retail Prices Dooney & Bourke Coach and more PLUS CRUISE & VACATION WEAR WILLOW BEND TOWNE CENTREAt the corner of State Road 54 & Collier Pkwy with K-Mart & Lifestyle Fitness in Lutz/Land O Lakes813-949-4076www.ClassyConsignment.infoClassy Consignment TEXT CLASSY TO 22828 FOR A MONEY SAVING COUPON! 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 (813)909-40301915 Collier Pkwy., LutzLocated at the corner of Collier & 54, behind RadiantMon-Fri 7:30am-5:30pm Sat 8am-2pm Coupons must be presented prior to service. Not valid with any other offer. One coupon per customer per visit. No cash value. Expires 10-31-11. LEAK CHECK FREON EXTRA $35.00 VALUE FREEA/C CHECK MV#76064SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST REGULAR OIL, UPTO 5 QTS. $14.99OIL CHANGE Financing available. Ask for details. www.premiergymnasticsclub.com REGISTER NOWfor our fall session of gymnastics!Premier Gymnastics is home of several individual and team State Champions. FITNESS CONFIDENCE DISCIPLINE SELF-ESTEEM Call to schedule your FREE TRIAL CLASS Call (813) 713-4233 www.gcsmotorsports.net One on One Coaching for Any Age Driver Hourly Driving Lessons Personal Parent/Student Consulting Seminars on Safe Teen DrivingFREE 1 HOUR DRIVING LESSON with the purchase of a 5 hour driving package.George CsanadiProfessional Driving Instructor with 18 Years ExperienceExp. 11/31/11

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS HEALTH & WELLNESS LifeChoices Womens Care,formerly Lutz-Land OLakes Pregnancy Center,will have an open house on Friday,Oct.14.The facility,1527 Dale Mabry Highway Suite 101 in Lutz,was established in 2009 and has since helped more than 500 women with free pregnancy care.The group offers ultrasounds,pregnancy testing,nursing assessment,prenatal vitamins,emotional support,adoption help and additional information and care.Call (813) 948-7734 for more information.October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month,and Curves gym will waive the joining fee during the month for any women who show proof of having a mammogram during the past year,or those who make a $25 donation toward breast cancer research. Nearly 230,480 women will be diagnosed with invasive breast cancer in 2011, according to statistics from the American Cancer Society (ACS).Breast cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths among women,behind only lung cancer. More than 39,500 women die from the disease each year. Prevention can play a key role in a womans risk management strategy because only 5-10 percent of breast cancers are hereditary.The ACS recommends making lifestyle choices such as eating right, getting regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight to help reduce her risk of developing breast cancer. Curves mission has always been to strengthen women,said Curves founder Diane Heavin in a release.Typically, women are caregivers,but when it comes to breast cancer,women need to understand how important it is to take care of themselves.Scheduling an annual doctor visit,performing a monthly breast self exam,eating a nutritious diet and making time for regular exercise are all things that a woman can do to stay strong and help reduce her chances of developing this devastating disease. Early detection is another line of defense,as about 93 percent of women whose breast cancer is caught in its earliest stages will be disease-free five years after their diagnosis and treatment,according to the ACS. Guidelines from the ACS encourage women age 40 and older to have a clinical breast exam performed by a health professional once a year,along with a mammogram.Women in their 20s and 30s should have an exam at least every three years. The good news is that the ACS says that death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990,with larger decreases in women younger than 50,Heavin continued. Curves is a womans only gym.Area locations include: --3016 US 41 in Land OLakes,(813) 9097366 --5010 Mission Square Circle in Zephyrhills,(813) 779-9492 For more information about Curves,visit www.curves.com.The Alzheimers Family Organization is expanding its volunteer program and needs new help from people in Pasco and Hillsborough counties.The group provides respite care assistance,the Wanderers I.D. Program,support groups and educational events throughout the Tampa Bay area.For more information,call (727) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.Gulfside Regional Hospice needs volunteers to help care for patients,with phone calls and to do office work.For more information,call (727) 845-5707.ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. 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Thursday, October 27, 2011 | 7-8 pm Light refreshments will be served.Your Breast Health Matters!To register call our 24-hour Registrationand Physician Referral line | 1-877-482-4362Long Term Acute Care Hospital Class Room 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes, FL FHLTAC-10009 R10/2011

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PHCC seventh annual 5K Oct.23CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS Voted Floridas No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity SportsCowboys Pastranas five interceptions matches state recordklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Gaither football team forced nine turnovers in a 37-7 home victory against Class 7A-District 7 rival Gaither on Oct.6. The Cowboys (3-2) defense got constant penetration into the Warriors (3-2) backfield,forcing Steinbrenner out of its run-heavy wing-T offense.The move to a passing attack gave Gaither safety Eddie Pastrana the opportunity to write his name in the schools record books. Pastrana had five interceptions,setting a program record and matching a state singlegame record. I dont think its hit me yet,Pastrana said.Everyones telling me I broke a record, but Im just thinking about the W. Pastrana is new to football,picking up the game during the spring.He played centerfield on the Cowboys baseball team,and used many of the skills he developed tracking down fly balls to his advantage against Steinbrenner. The majority of the interceptions came on overthrows,where Pastrana had time to locate the pass and make a play on the ball without worrying about the receiver coming up with the catch. They started throwing deep more,and when I got the first two I thought they might stop,Pastrana said.Then they threw another and another and I was thinking why are they still doing that? When I went to the sidelines coach said thats what happens when we shut down the run and take someone out of their game. Gaither coach Jason Stokes said the goal was to make the Warriors abandon the wing-T. We said we had to shut down that run, and we did a good job of that,Stokes said. We really were blessed with a lot of turnovers,which I think forced them to get out of what they wanted to do. Cowboy defenders Josh Scarberry and Jelani Ottley each recovered a fumble,and Nick Sampson retrieved a pair.Ottley returned his 61 yards to the Steinbrenner 4-yard line,while Scarberry took his into the end zone on a 12-yard return to score the games final points in the fourth quarter. Im not surprised because our defense practices like that every day,Stokes said. Just intense,loud,out of their mind and it shows on the field.You play how you practice. Gaithers Shug Oyegunle lined up at almost every offensive position except on the line. He scored the games first touchdown while playing quarterback deep in Cowboys territory when he broke off a 92-yard run. They almost had me,but I saw a hole that opened up, Oyegunle said.When I got through that I saw a lot of space and just kept running. Oyegunle added a 7-yard rushing score and a 4-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Alex McGough.Oyegunle finished with 143 total yards. Shug is a versatile player,and were going to use that versatility to cause problems for other teams any way we can,Stokes said.It can be at quarterback, running back,receiver and he could even play cornerback or punt returner/kick returner if we needed. Oyegunle said he likes moving all over the field and in combination with McGough at quarterback. We call it a duo,Oyegunle said.We both do things that make it hard for the defense to know what were going to do.Were just coming together to do whatever it takes to help the team win. McGough went 7-for-12 passing for 45 yards and a pair of touchdowns.His score was a 21-yard connection with Demarcus Sexil. Steinbrenners lone touchdown came on a 2-yard run by Zack Jones,who finished with 88 total yards.Sophomore quarterback Curtis Fitch went 8-for-14 passing for 103 yards,but he was sacked four times and threw four interceptions. Warrior defensive back Andrew Feldhaus intercepted McGough in the third quarter. Linebacker A.J.Brown recorded two sacks and recovered a fumble,while Daniel Villar blocked a punt on the first play of the fourth quarter. The win keeps Gaither tied at the top of the district with Tampa Bay Tech,which the Cowboys play on the road on Friday,Nov.4. It will be the final 7A-7 contest of the season for both squads. Im not going to overlook Chamberlain or Freedom in the district,Stokes said. Gaither travels to East Bay on Friday,Oct. 14,while Steinbrenner visits Riverview.Both games are at 7:30 p.m.The Gaither football teams offense has not been its strength the last few seasons, but the Cowboy attack appears on the right path in 2011. The squad has scored 145 points through its first five games,more than the 121 Gaither put up all of last year. The Cowboys have posted 39 and 37 points in their last two games,respectively. The last time Gaither had scored at least 35 points in a contest was in a 42-35 loss to Wharton in 2008. Junior Shug Oyegunle said there is a level of confidence on the team not present in past years. I think we can go anywhere we want to go this year as long as we put our minds to it,Oyegunle said.We just need to think about that every single play.Right now were really feeling comfortable with what were doing. Gaither first-year coach Jason Stokes said his offensive philosophy is to use his playersstrengths instead of making them fit into a predetermined system.That point is illustrated by his use of Oyegunle and Alex McGough at quarterback. We have Shug,who is a great athlete, and we have Alex,who has a lot of other great abilities,so we do whatever we can to use them both,Stokes said.It gives our offense something else for defenses to think about,and it makes us more flexible. The improving offense has translated into wins.The Cowboys3-2 record is the best through five games for the program since going 4-1 in 2007,the last time the squad won a district championship. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Gaither 3-2 (2-0) Tampa Bay Tech 3-3 (2-0) Steinbrenner 3-2 (1-1) Freedom 1-4 (1-1) Chamberlain 0-5 (0-2) Wiregrass Ranch 0-5 (0-2) Class 6A-District 6 Sunlake 5-0 (3-0) Hernando 4-2 (3-0) Land O Lakes 3-2 (2-1) Nature Coast 3-3 (2-1) River Ridge 3-2 (1-2) Springstead 2-3 (1-2) Mitchell 3-3 (0-3) Central 0-6 (0-3) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 6-0 (3-0) Fivay 4-1 (3-0) Zephyrhills 3-2 (3-0) Anclote 1-4 (1-2) Gulf 1-4 (1-2) Ridgewood 1-5 (1-2) Wesley Chapel 2-3 (0-3) Hudson 0-5 (0-3) Pasco-Hernando Community College will host its seventh annual 5K on Sunday,Oct.23 beginning at 8 a.m.at the New Port Richey campus,10230 Ridge Road.All proceeds will benefit the Conquistadors womens cross country team. The registration fee is $15 for those who sign up before Saturday,Oct.15 and $20 afterward and includes a race T-shirt.There will also be a free family fun run for all children ages 12 and younger.All fun run participants receive a goodie bag and an award. Race day registration begins at 6:30 a.m. and preregistered participants are encouraged to arrive at 7 a.m.Awards will be given by age group and to the top male and female finishers.The event will also feature free post-race refreshments,games,goodie bags,photos and opportunity drawings.For more information or to register online,visit http://www.active.com/running/new-portrichey-fl/phcc-quista-5k-2011. Sponsorship opportunities are available, and those interested should email PHCC womens cross country coach Jacki Wachtel at wachtej@phcc.edu for more information. The proceeds from last years race allowed the squad to travel to the national meet.Lutz Rangers take fall titleThe FC Tampa Lutz Rangers Newcastle U13-14 boys soccer team won the Everton Fall Challenge tournament in St.Petersburg the weekend of Sept.17 and 18.The squad, based out of the Oscar Cooler Sports Complex in Lutz,went 4-0 in the event. Players include Payton Wilson,Lucas McGill,Anthony Bianchi,Nolan Colledge, Chase Smith-Cronin,Royce Pope,Logan Boudreau,Mark Pedroso,Bailey Draper,Alex Hernandez,Steven Soronells,Camden Bauman,Justin Raab,Charlie Marshall,Colton Heath,Royce Luedde,Cesar Sotomayor, Peyton Little and Elijah Pratt.Coaches are Bob Bauman and Mahmoud Odeh.New Tampa Flight tryouts Oct.29The New Tampa Flight,an AAU competitive basketball team for girls ages 17 and younger,will have tryouts on Saturday,Oct.29 at the New Tampa YMCA,16221 Compton Drive.For more information,call coach James Mason at (813) 428-1772.Renovated golf course opensQuail Hollow Golf and Country Club on Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel reopened to the public at the end of last month after a year of renovations.Director of golf operations Keith Kulzer said the golf shop is open from 6:30a.m.-6:30 p.m.seven days a week.He added the course will have a grand opening celebration after the new year.For more information,call (813) 3330033.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com 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 SPORTSCHECK THIS OUTGaither takes pivotal district contest against Steinbrenner Gaither senior safety Eddie Pastrana returns one of his five interceptions against Steinbrenner on Oct. 6. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Cowboy junior Shug Oyegunle had three total touchdowns against the Warriors, including a 92-yard scoring run in the first quarter.

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FREE ADMISSSSSSSION TheLAKER/ LutzNEWSFestival Sponsors: Its Tampa Bays most affordable family friendly festival and offers a weekend full of adventure, wildlife, entertainment, country food, and good old-fashioned fun.MORE FUN THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A SNAKE AT Jim Mendenhalls Squamata Reptiles Snake Show John Storms World of Reptiles Show Arts & Crafts for show and for sale Live music throughout the day, both days Educational wildlife exhibits Cowboy Toms Wild West Show Show-n-Shine 4 x 4 Show Custom car show WAYS TO GET INVOLVED BEYOND THE MIDWAY Miss Rattler Beauty Pageant Little Miss Rattler Beauty Pageant 5-mile Rattlesnake Run, 1-mile fun run FINGER-LICKING GOOD FARE Pancake breakfast BBQ chicken dinner Roy Hardys fish fry Hot dogs Sausage sandwiches BBQ sandwiches Corn on the cob The Rattlesnake Festival is held 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. Funnel cakes Boiled peanuts Cotton candy Popcorn Snow cones Ice cream813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS GRAND OPENING DAYONLY LIMIT2 PER PERSONFREE PINKHAIR EXTENSIONSFOR BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH16540 Pointe Village, Suite 105,Lutz813-920-2700S.E. corner of Suncoast & Hwy 54 (North Pointe Village Shopping) REFRESHMENTS MEETTHE STAFF RAFFLES FOR FREE PRODUCTS & SERVICES ARTISTIC FACE PAINTING Grand Opening EventOCTOBER 15TH ALLDAYSPORTS etorrens@cnewspubs.comLand OLakes football coach Brian Wachtel watched as the seconds ticked off the clock. Suddenly,he was overcome with an icecold chill. It felt great,Wachtel said.The Gators coach was doused with a Gatorade bath in the closing moments of his teams 48-28 win at District 6A-6 rival Mitchell on Oct.6.Wachtel was the Mustangs leader the previous two years before joining Land OLakes for the same position.It was definitely a big one for him,he was tight all week,said Land OLakes senior tight end Kent Taylor.The Gators (3-2) needed the district win to keep pace with Sunlake,Hernando and Nature Coast,and they slammed their foot on the pedal from the opening whistle.Harrison Wood scored on the Gators second play of the game,a screen pass to the left that the junior took 75 yards. Mitchell (3-3) was held to a quick threeand-out and the Mustangspunt was blocked by Darin Patmon.Jackson Cannon recovered and set up Land OLakes at the Mitchell 12-yard line. Senior quarterback Ryan Bird scored on a 10-yard scamper to put his team up 14-0. Mitchell answered with a 61-yard scoring drive capped by Dan Barbers 15-yard run up the middle to bring the Mustangs within a touchdown. Another Mitchell special teams miscue resulted in another score for the Gators. Patmon blocked the punt and recovered the ball in the end zone to make it 21-7. We havent had a blocked punt all year to have two of them,we gotta see where the breakdown happened,said Mitchell coach Scott Schmitz. The Mustangs stalled on their next offensive drive,and Land OLakes answered with a 27-yard field goal by Andrew Garcia. The next time the Gators had the ball, Garcia only had to kick an extra point after Bird found the 6-foot-5 Taylor streaking down the left sideline for a 54-yard catch and score. Mitchell continued to struggle.Two sacks pushed the Mustangs from their own 20 to their 10-yard line,and Land OLakesWesley Moore returned the ensuing punt to Mitchells 4-yard line.Wood scored on the next play to give his team a 38-7 lead. Another field goal from Garcia before the half made it 41-7. Our kicking game today was so important for us,Wachtel said.We got to kick some field goals,we got to work on some things that we havent been able to work on in the last couple of games. Just to erase any doubt of a comeback, Bird found Moore for a 99-yard touchdown pass for the Gatorslast score. Land OLakes played its backups the majority of the second half,and Mitchell took advantage by closing the scoring gap. The Gators next travel to Nature Coast on Friday,Oct.14 at 7:30 p.m.Land OLakes coasts to win against Mitchell 7924 Melogold Circle Land OLakes, FL34637813.996.0161Golf & Country Club* Not Valid For Twilight Or With Any Other Special Offer Must Present Ad18 Holes of Golf Including CartExpires 10/31/11* Brian Wachtel Gators tight end Kent Taylor scores on a 54-yard catch against the Mustangs. (Photo by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports .com)

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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: POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? Lutz Patriots Still Need Your Help . I Want To Help The Lutz Patriots Ship Packages to Our Troops Overseas$10 Donation $25 Donation Please make checks payable to:U.S.Post MasterMail to:Lutz Patriots P.O.Box 1115 Lutz,FL 33549100% of your donation goes to support the troops.$50 Donation $100 Donation CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS too. Meghan said the awareness is what the event is truly about.Sometimes high school kids and people in general are kind of oblivious to whats going on in the world outside of them and in their own little box, Meghan said.They dont think of people fighting through cancer treatment,so if you can get them to think about it just for a day its helping.The Durbins want to raise awareness of all forms of cancer,but their interest in fighting the disease started with a personal connection. Their mother,Kay,was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2008 when the girls were in eighth grade. Kay also had a bout with uterine cancer associated with one of the medications she took to combat her breast cancer,but early surgery removed the tumor before it could spread.She has been in remission since June 2009 and said she is in good health. It makes me very proud to see that theyve grown into such young ladies given the trials they had to go through at such a young age, Kay said.When most people are just coming into themselves in their tweens,they had to deal with a mature situation.They had to be mature young adults to help caregivers. Its a hard thing to deal with just going through your teens in high school,Kay continued.For them to handle that and maintain their grades and being involved in clubs and sports,its just been a joy to sit back and watch your daughters overcome such a challenge and take it to the next level. Steve,Kays husband and the twinsfather, echoed his wifes sentiments. Its just been spectacular on their part after being through a lot,Steve said. Steve is having a Pink Out Day of his own where he works at USAA Insurance. The Durbinslink with the disease goes beyond their immediate family. Several of my friends have had connections to it too,so we wanted to make it about more than just breast cancer,Courtney said.Thats why were giving the money to the ACS so it goes to fight all cancers. Courtney and Meghan will be selling pink Tshirts at the game with Maura Craig,an English teacher at Sunlake,before joining in with the sea of pink.Craig,who is also the sponsor for the Key,Legacy and Class of 2014 clubs,said she has learned a lot from the twins. Courtney and Meghan inspire me to want to make a difference in our community and in the world,said Craig.They are selfless individuals who dedicate their free time to helping others.The two sisters organize all of our clubs events and volunteer opportunities,so the Pink Out movement is not out of the norm for them.These young ladies demonstrate the power of possibility. The Durbins have also volunteered at the Relay For Life at Sunlake and the Miles for Moffitt Race while maintaining identical 4.138 grade point averages. I am amazed at how much they accomplish and organize with our club while maintaining superb grades,juggling sports schedules and dealing with high school in general,Craig said. The Durbins have already sold 248 pink Tshirts as of Oct.5.The shirts are $10 at Sunlakes game. Everyone has made me speechless with all their support and how much they truly care about supporting the cause,Courtney said. The Durbin family wearing pink to show support in the fight against all forms of cancer. Steve and Kay are in the back, while Courtney, left, and Meghan are in the front. (Photo courtesy of Courtney)klojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Zephyrhills City County unanimously voted to keep the Patriot Flea Market open for business at Park Place along Chancey Road.The council was concerned about people parking along Chancey to the point it was taking away spots from Sam Pasco Park while also disrupting traffic flow.Zephyrhills development director Todd Vande Berg assured the members there had been no complaints filed.There had been concerns in the past that people were parking on Chancey,but staff had heard nothing about that,Vande Berg said.It can be policed if that becomes a problem. Paul Correia,managing partner for the company that owns Park Place,said the developer has limited access to the flea market from the northern entrance off SR 54.The developer also has added turn lanes and speed control measures to the southern entrance to help with any congestion issues. In addition,the three lots the flea market uses have been moved deeper inside the property,giving people more places to park their vehicles,according to Correia. The agreement allows the flea market to stay in place,but Correia said it is far from permanent.The rent from that market doesnt cover costs,Correia said.He then added, We cant rely on it to keep us going.It barely covers the cost of property taxes for a year.In a perfect world,Id love to have a market like that somewhere.The property has major infrastructure like sewer,water and electrical service.Correia said other groups have looked into using the property,but the down economy turns many away. Well probably have to find an end user,someone with a specific building they have to build and cant (do) it anywhere else,Correia said.We may be a couple of years ahead of getting things done when and if this economy returns. The market has been operating at the industrial park near US 98 since 2009 from October through March when the seasonal residents are in east Pasco County.Vendor records from last year show people from Zephyrhills, Dade City,Lacoochee,Wesley Chapel, Land OLakes,Lutz and New Tampa set up booths at the park last year. Along with arts and crafts,the flea market has carnival-style food and live entertainment.For more information, visit www.patriotfleamarket.com.Treasure hunters look through tables full of anything and everything at the Patriot Flea Market last year. The Zephyrhills City Council has agreed to keep the market open at its location on Chancey Road through March. (File photo) Patriot Flea MarketLocation: Park Place on Chancey RoadDays: Tuesdays and Thursday Hours: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Phone: (813) 715-4836 Patriot Flea Market remains on Chancey Road

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It was amazing to be picked,TaylorParkes said.It was very difficult because there were a lot of good players there.I knew I had to play my best to be able to compete. Academy athletic director Tom Haslam said Taylor-Parkes is the first Wildcat to be picked for an Olympic development program (OPD). This puts him as one of the top players in the nation in his age group,Haslam said. Its really a big thing. Hes exactly the kind of kid we love having here at the academy.He is a great kid,and its really nice to see something like this happen to him. Taylor-Parkes tried out for a local ODP team earlier this year and made the final cut. From there he was selected for the state and regional teams before learning in July he was picked for the national squad. Taylor-Parkes was born near Toronto, Canada,where he first developed a passion for soccer around age 8. One day I was just kicking around a soccer ball with one of my friends,and I wanted to sign up after that,Taylor-Parkes said.From that day Ive wanted to play soccer.I want to be a professional.Im not going to let a little hard work stand in the way. Academy boys soccer coach Roland Moldovan said Taylor-Parkes has a focus and desire to get better that he hasnt seen in his seven years teaching the game.He talks like an adult,Moldovan said. Thats one of the first things I noticed about him is I could talk to him like an adult and he would understand the concepts.And from there he has always talked about being a professional.Thats his goal and that maturity he has is clear.He wants it,he acts like it,he practices like it and he really behaves like that.Of course hes a natural talent, Moldovan continued.Hes so natural that even when he is working hard it looks effortless. Moldovan became the Wildcats coach early this year,but he has known TaylorParkes for about three years.He has given Taylor-Parkes private training sessions,but has coached against the budding talent in club soccer. Taylor-Parkes plays with the Brandon Flames,a competitive travel soccer club, while Moldovan was a coach in the Fusion Futbol Club of Tampa Bay in New Tampa and Forest Hills. Taylor-Parkes is the second player Moldovan has coached that has made an ODP team,following Atsou Ayah who made the U15 squad in 2009. When Atsou was picked for the national team I got him and Raheem to train together,Moldovan said.I remember one time they were practicing in December and it was raining really hard and it was really cold.I told them lets go home,and both said no no no coach well be fine.They stayed and played for another hour,so Raheem puts in the hard work. Taylor-Parkes came to the academy as a seventh grader after attending John Long Middle the year before. While he was not born in the United States,Taylor-Parkes cant stop smiling when talking about the chance to play for a U.S. national team. Its fantastic to be able to represent my country,Taylor-Parkes said. Next up for the U14 team is a tournament in San Diego Nov.23-28,where the national team will play the regional teams from around the country.Raheem Taylor-Parkes makes U.S.team Academy at the Lakes eighth-grader Raheem Taylor-Parkes was picked as one of 12 soccer players nationally for the U.S. U14 mens national team. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)

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The freshman on the Lions womens cross country team has the two fastest times in a 5-kilometer race in program history.She ran an 18:39 in her collegiate debut at the Early Bird Invitational at the University of Tampa on Sept.2,besting the previous record of 19:11 set last year by teammate Andrea Maxwell. I was happy,but I didnt perform anything special,Novotna said.I didnt take it like it was something special.Hopefully next race I can do better. After her first race,Novotna,a native of Opocno,Czech Republic,was selected as the Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Runner of the Week,the first SLU woman to earn the honor.The Early Bird was just a preview of what was to come. Novotna broke her own record in the second race of the season at the University of South Florida Invitational on Sept.9,posting an 18:06.83 and earning runner of the week honors again. She has more potential than she knows,said SLU coach Melissa Miller.She has a lot of good opportunities that will open up for her if she keeps doing the best she can.Whats going to take her further than her talent is her attitude.Thats the key, and she has it.She has a passion for the sport. Miller said she is very impressed with how easily Novotna has been able to adjust to moving to a new country. In the back of my mind I thought she was going to have to adapt to the culture for a year,but she hasnt had that transition, Miller said.Shes already adapted. Novotna didnt have a lot of negative culture shock coming to Florida,but she did say there are a lot of differences from her homeland. Here everyone is more friendly and they want to get to know you,Novotna said.The other thing is the heat is much more here,but in a good way.I like the weather.In the Czech Republic right now you cant run in shorts because its too cold. Novotna started running around age 6 in a sport called orienteering,which involves going through forested areas with a compass and map.Participants have to find checkpoints that are not in a straight line. Courses can range from 3-9 kilometers and the fastest participant wins. Its a completely different sport, Novotna said.You start and finish alone. Plus you have to focus on the course and follow the compass,so you have to be prepared physically and mentally and have good map technique.Novotna said running cross country is much easier for her because she can just run.While the mental burden associated with orienteering is absent at SLU,she still had to learn how to pace herself on a 5K course.In fact,the distance was completely foreign to Novotna as she approached the starting line at her first collegiate race. I wanted to perform well and stay with the leading group,Novotna said.I just ran, and that was the first time Ive run a 5K ever.We did different distances in training. During the run I was hurting because Id never run that exact distance before.I was wondering what distance I chose, Novotna said with a laugh. Miller said Novotna has also shown leadership as well as low times. Ive noticed she encourages everyone, Miller said.She asks how youre doing and are you OK today.Its a good chemistry on the team,and Tereza contributes to that. Shes a very special person. Novotna is currently the No.1 individual runner in the South Region and fifth nationally in Division II.SLU is also rising up the rankings,coming in at No.9 in the U.S.Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association South Region,the highest rating in program history. The next challenge for Novotna and the Lions is the SSC meet in Fort Lauderdale on Oct.22,followed by the South Region in Tampa on Nov.5. To qualify for nationals,which is in Spokane,Wash.on Nov.19,Novotna will need to finish in the top two in regionals. Id love to go to nationals,Novotna said. Thats the main goal,and I think it is possible because of my coach.Shes the reason I chose this school.SPORTS Like the wind Saint Leo freshman cross country runner Tereza Novotna has been honored as conference runner of the week twice and set the program record in a 5K two times in her first few weeks of colligate running. (Photo by Mike Carlson)

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