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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner girls golf team defeated Sickles 161-248 at home on Oct.11 to finish the regular season 10-0. "You never expect to go undefeated through a regular season,"said Warrior coach Mark Mann."I knew we had a good team coming in,it was just going to be a matter of them working hard and making improvements from Day 1." Steinbrenner defeated Gaither,Sickles, Plant and Wharton each twice and also took down Berkeley Preparatory and Freedom once.Two matches were rained out. The Warriors were able to navigate the perfect regular season despite having a number of young players,including five underclassmen to only two seniors.The squad also lost Alex Milan,who won four individual district championships while in high school and played in the state tournament three times. Alex,who was named the All-Laker/AllLutz News Girls Golfer of the Year in 2010, is now playing at Florida State University on a scholarship,but she still has a presence for Steinbrenner. "Whenever I'm about to putt all I hear is her telling me not to do this wrong or that wrong,"said Andi Milan,Alex's sister."So in many ways she's still with me on the golf course. It's been an awesome season.Of course I miss my sister,and it would have been great to have her here for this,but as a team we've just grown together.I can't say enough about what our freshmen have been able to do to help put this team together." Freshman Claire Becker said the closeness of the team is a result of how accepting the seniors have been. "I'm really surprised actually with how nice they were from the start,"Becker said. "They could have been mean to the freshmen,but they were awesome.I've enjoyed every minute playing with them." Fellow freshman Kelsy Holbert added, "It's a lot to live up to,because they had a good team last year. The good thing is we've been like a family,and I think that helped us come together.At the beginning of the season I was scared because I didn't know what it was going to be like on a high school team. Now we're all so close,and it seems weird that I even felt that way." Senior Michelle Stein said she and senior Sara Bair did everything they could to make the underclassmen feel welcome,including giving them rides to matches and practice, tips on their game and guidance. "Both Sara and I tried to go out of our way to show the freshmen we accepted them,"Stein said. The final match of the year was made a little sweeter for Stein,as she and Bair attended Sickles (2-6) as freshmen before Steinbrenner opened in 2009. "I think that added to the emotions," Stein said."It was definitely surreal.It was a little nerve racking and bittersweet walking that last hole.It was sad,but I was also happy because I've come this far." Mann also coached at Sickles for four seasons before coming to Steinbrenner three years ago.It is the first time one of his teams has finished the regular season without a loss in his seven years coaching high school golf.The squad went 10-2 last year before Lutz News FREEOCTOBER 19,2011 Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA 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) Pink Lotus team strives to stop cancerPatricia Jauregui is surrounded by her team, the Pink Lotus Warriors. The 15-year-old and her supporters will be participating in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer on Saturday, Oct. 22 at The Shops at Wiregrass. The noncompetitive walk celebrates breast cancer survivors and saves lives by helping people stay well, get well and by finding cures and fighting back. Jauregui recently noted her one wish for Christmas: "to get healthy." Big Frog of Wesley Chapel, in Lutz, is selling T-shirts designed by Patricia's sister to help the team with its fundraising efforts. (Photo by Elena McCullough of www.OurtownFLA.com)US 41 lanes reopenBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) completed railroad repairs in Lutz that forced two of the three northbound lanes of US 41 to close for five days last week.FDOT public information officer Kris Carson said the right two lanes were closed in the area around Debuel Road in order to repair the track where it crosses US 41. All three northbound lanes reopened on Oct.15."It was routine repairs that are needed every few years," Carson said."Everything went as planned,and there should be no more delays."Carson said the tracks need repair because of strain from vehicles that drive across the tracks.For more information on FDOT projects, visit www.dot.state.fl.us. Steinbrenner senior Michelle Stein wipes away a tear seconds after sinking the final putt of the last match of the 2011 regular season. The Warriors went 10-0 during the year. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Warrior girls golf rosterSara Bair,Sr. Michelle Stein,Sr. Brooke Deal,So. Andi Milan,So. Hannah Crosby,Fr. Claire Becker,Fr. Kelsy Holbert,Fr.Steinbrenner completes perfect seasonCommunity gears up for Swamp FestBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comVolunteers are still needed to help with the Land O'Lakes 2011 Swamp Fest,a community event hosted by the Land O'Lakes High School Booster Club. "We're very,very dependent on volunteers,"said Doug Hutchinson,who is co-chairing the event with Mike Conner. The festival is slated for Friday-Sunday, Nov.4-6 at the Land O'Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O'Lakes Blvd. The event aims to bring the community together and serve as a fundraiser for many different causes at the same time, Hutchinson said. Various venues are selling wristbands in advance of the event,Hutchinson said. Buying early is a good deal,he said, noting the wristbands are $12 in advance and $20 during the event. The midway is being handled by W.G. Wade Shows.It will feature 22 rides,14 or 15 games and seven or eight food venZachary Poole of Land O'Lakes rides around a carousel in a pink whale at a previous Swamp Fest. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)See PERFECT,page19 See SWAMP FEST,page19

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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 Trinity Memorial Gardens(727) 376-7824 (813) 920-4241 www.TrinityMemorial.com SR 54 4 Miles East of Little Road Cemetery Mausoleum CrematoryFuneral Home INDEPENDENTLY & LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Pre-planning available offering great savingsBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt isn't even Halloween yet,but workers at Helping Hands Pantry are already starting to worry that they won't have enough food in their cupboard to help families in need during the holidays. Like many individuals and companies,the community food bank headquartered at Atonement Lutheran Church of Wesley Chapel is taking a hit from the tough economy. Some of the people and organizations that have helped in the past can't do so this year,said Yvette Williams,assistant director of the food pantry.So,the organization is planning a couple of events aimed at drumming up some support. It will host a Trunk-A-Treat on Sunday,Oct.23 to solicit donations to help provide food for Thanksgiving dinners.It also is hosting a "Help Stock our Shelves Pancake Breakfast and Fall Festival" on Saturday,Nov.12. Proceeds from those events will support the purchase of turkeys for holiday dinners. The need is enormous,Williams said. "When we first opened,we had about 50 recipients,"Williams said,noting the food pantry started up in March 2009. Now,she said,"we're averaging anywhere from 190 to 200 families." The pantry provides families a two-day supply of food,and during 2010 it distributed about 283,850 pounds of food to more than 8,213 families,representing a total of 26,866 people. "When we opened,we thought we would be helping the homeless,"she said. But it turns out that homeless people don't come to the pantry much because they need a ride to get there. "So,we've been having people come because they've lost their jobs,or had their salary or hours cut,"Williams said. "It's really heart-wrenching because of the different stories you hear,"Williams said. "We have families that are combining. One might have lost the house and they move in with their relative or friends. "You find out that because a husband has lost a job,it's humiliating for them to come in for help,"she added."It's so sad when you see a man cry." The food pantry does all it can to make people feel welcome and to ensure they are treated with dignity and respect,she said. "Our volunteers are quick to give you a kind word.Give you a hug,if you need it.By the time they walk through these doors, they feel better. "We try to make it very pleasant,"she said."It could be any one of us."Some of the people that the food pantry helps end up becoming volunteers,she said.There are also a large number of community groups,local businesses,schools and about 200 individual volunteers who provide donations and volunteer help,she said. But the organization still has many needs. "We are trying to get a walk-in freezer,if anyone knows of one and wants to donate it to us,give us a call,"she said. "We can always use volunteers.We need men to help move stuff,to put stuff back," she said. The food pantry also needs donations of various foods,including canned fruits and vegetables,boxes of cereal,spaghetti sauce, peanut butter and jelly and other foods. It can especially use donations of quart and gallon plastic bags,so it doesn't have to buy them,Williams said. The plastic bags are used to provide servings of cereal and other foods,she said. "We don't give a box of cereal unless it's a big family,"she said.However,she added, "We try to give a little"when they can. The organization also provides school supplies and holiday presents for children. It's never too early to start shopping for those holiday gifts,she added."If they want to start Christmas shopping for kids,they can just bring it (present) by any day." Williams said she has been touched by the kind hearts in the community. A group of kindergarteners from a Montessori school in Wesley Chapel came by to tour the food pantry,Williams said. After they visited,they decided they wanted to help. "They had a bake sale and gave us close to $500,"she said. The pantry welcomes donations of all sizes. "We're grateful for anything that we get," she said. Anyone who wants to help can bring his or her donations to the church office,which is open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Monday through Friday.If they want to help pay for holiday turkeys,they can make their checks out to "Helping Hands Pantry." The food pantry is open on Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.For more information, call the church at (813) 973-2211. Yvette Williams (left) is assistant director of "Helping Hands Pantry" and Carla Haberland is the director. The food pantry provided food for nearly 27,000 people last year. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Helping Hands Pantry stocking up for holidays Trunk-A-TreatWhen: Sunday,Oct.23,5-8 p.m.What: Cars will be decorated and children will be able to trick-or-treat from the trunks of cars.Participants are asked to bring canned goods to help stock the Atonement Lutheran Food Pantry so it can stock up to help families in need.The items will be used to help provide a nice Thanksgiving for families in need and to help stock the pantry.The event also will showcase the church's ministries.Where: 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel Pancake Breakfast and Fall FestivalWhen: Saturday,Nov.12,8 a.m.-2 p.m.What: Sausage,eggs,pancakes,coffee and juice.Lots of games,music,activities,a car show,dunk the pastor and other fun. Participants are asked to bring canned goods to help those in need.Where: 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel

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"Florida needs to be a player,"LopezCantera said. In 2008,Florida also moved up its presidential primary to Jan.29.Lopez-Cantera, who proposed the early date this year,pointed out the move three years ago "increased Republican turnout by 250 percent"in the primary. Republican National Committee rules state only Iowa,New Hampshire,Nevada and South Carolina can have primaries/caucuses before March 6.Florida Republicans lost half of their convention delegates because of the move in 2008.Tampa is hosting the national convention next year. Land O'Lakes resident Marcus Toms said he thinks the move is good even if delegates are lost. "Florida is important and should have a big say in who runs for president,"Toms said."Most of the time whoever Florida voters choose is who becomes president." Odessa resident Marla Black had a different opinion. "I think the primaries are too early as it is,"Black said."States keep jumping over each other to be first.Just have them all on the same day." While the move may violate GOP rules, local supervisors of elections do not see any problems with the early date at least in terms of execution."We will be ready to go,"said Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley."We were waiting for the date and now that we have it we can work with that as the deadline."Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Earl Lennard added,"That shouldn't be a problem." Corley said the nearly 80 changes to the election code offered a bigger challenge than the move.He stressed there are a few changes voters will see starting in January. "First early voting is only eight days now instead of 14,"Corley said."The early voting dates for the presidential primary are Jan. 21-28. The other big change is if you have moved to another county,say from Hillsborough to Pasco,you need to contact the Supervisor of Elections Office before the vote to get a change of address confirmed. We don't want people to miss out on voting because they don't know this new law." As Florida pushes its presidential primary forward,a battle is brewing in the GOP for the right to oppose President Barack Obama in November 2012.Top Republican contenders include Mitt Romney,Herman Cain and Rick Perry.For more information about Pasco elections, call (813) 929-2788 or visit pascovotes.com.In Hillsborough,visit votehillsborough.org.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco tax collector Mike Olson has run unopposed by Republican competition for the county post the last 16 years,but Ed Blommel is ending that streak.Blommel,62,has lived in Pasco his entire life.He has worked 40 years with Tampa Electric Company (TECO),spending the last 17 as the regional manager for before retiring in 2009.Blommel said his plan to run for the position has nothing to do with Mike Olson being the only Democrat in an elected office in Pasco.Instead,he said it is time for "a new set of eyes and ears"running the post. "It's time for someone to have a fresh look at the services and how they are provided,"Blommel said."Bring new ideas and to add enhancements to the services that are now being provided.It's time to bring business leadership from the private industry to build on county services.It's time to focus more on services than on government." Blommel is a graduate of Pasco High,as well as Pasco-Hernando Community College and the University of South Florida.He is also a member of the Dade City Rotary Club and the Dade City and Wesley Chapel chambers of commerce,while volunteering with the United Way,Habitat for Humanity,Pasco Economic Development Council and Pasco Public Education Foundation to name a few. Blommel was most recently appointed to the Pasco County Housing Authority's board of directors by Gov.Rick Scott."I have a passion for people and a strong desire to serve them," Blommel said."If you look at my past history over the last 17 years,it demonstrates both my willingness and my ability to provide service and leadership to Pasco County."If elected,Blommel said he has no plans for sweeping changes with the office,but favors "tweaking"it mainly with technology upgrades to improve customer service. "If you look throughout the county,the tax office serves the most people of any office or department in Pasco,"Blommel said. Olson,66,has been the county tax collector since 1981.He said 99 percent of the more than 100,000 customer comments his office has received during his tenure state the service offered as good or excellent. Olson said he has been on the forefront of upgrading technology with the office,including adding a new cashier system and software to make processing quicker. "I know what our customers think," Olson said."I've been doing this for a long time,and I don't think the people would keep electing me if I didn't listen to them." The tax collector's office processes property tax payments,provides businesses with tax receipts,sells hunting and fishing licenses and handles new driver licenses and vehicle tag registrations within the county. Ed Blommel Mike OlsenCompetition for Pasco tax collector postBryan Williams has filed to run for the Pasco School District board's District 2 seat, according to records with the county's supervisor of elections office.The spot represents most of the central portions of the county,including Land O'Lakes. The seat is currently occupied by Joanne Hurley.Williams files for school board Florida will have its presidential primary vote on Jan. 31. (File photo) Pasco early voting sitesLand O' Lakes Branch Library, 2818 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes New River Branch Library, 34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills East Pasco Government Center, 14236 Sixth St.in Dade City West Pasco Government Center, 8731 Citizens Drive in New Port Richey South Holiday Branch Library, 4649 Mile Stretch Drive in Holiday Hudson Regional Library, 8012 Library Road in HudsonHillsborough early voting sitesJimmie B.Keel Regional Library, 2902 West Bearss Ave.in Lake Magdalene New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd.in New Tampa Fred B.Karl County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd.in Tampa Robert L.Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N.Falkenburg Road in Tampa Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloomingdale Ave.in ValricoC.Blythe Andrews Jr.Public Library, 2607 East Drive Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in TampaJan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 South Manhattan Ave.in Tampa North Tampa Branch Library, 8916 North Blvd.in Tampa Plant City's city hall, 302 West Reynolds St.in Plant City Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Drive in Riverview SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way in Ruskin Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Parkway in Temple Terrace Town N Country Regional Public Library, 7606 Paula Drive in Tampa West Tampa Branch Library, 2312 West Union St.in Tampa Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Countryway Blvd.in Tampa Pasco registration statistics* Republicans: 114,628 Democrats: 106,456 Others: 75,031 *As of Sept.30Hillsborough registration statistics*Democrats: 281,575 Republicans: 227,035 Others: 166,424 *As of Sept.30

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19, 2011 4 By B.C. Manion bcmanion@cnewspubs.com A children’s outreach group is staging will raise money so it can help more kids who often fall through the cracks. The Children’s Outreach Program Effort, which is affiliated with the Wesley Chapel SeventhDay Adventist Church, has amassed an eclectic collection of items to sell at its auction on Nov. 6. There’s a boat, a Jacuzzi, quilts and antique picture frames and furniture. There’s wedgewood, carnival glass and crystal. There’s a rug shampooer, a Singer sewing machine, golf clubs, lamps, collectibles, appliances, jewelry, coins, watches and tools. One gentleman cleared out his tool business and donated a lot of items to the auction, said Janet Chubinsky, director of the volunteer children’s outreach group. “We’ve got 1,000 sockets,” she said, she’s hoping those and other tools will attract people with a mechanical bent. There are gift certificates, as well — to local restaurants, golf courses and salons. Those can be a good bargain, Chubinsky noted. The church helps children in need throughout East Pasco County. This is the first year its COPE outreach program is having an auction, but if things go well, it will become an annual event, Chubinsky said. The group provides new shoes, new clothing, medicine, food, toys and support services to children in need. Group members also make pajama bottoms, which are donated to hospitals, to help provide comfort and dignity to children. The program often helps the children “who fall through the cracks,” said Chubinsky, who organized similar auctions when she lived in Tennessee. One child the group is helping is an infant that requires special formula because her mother used drugs during her pregnancy. Two others are children of a single mom who can’t afford to buy new clothing for her son or diapers for her baby, Chubinsky said.The group, which began serving East Pasco children in May 2010, is helping about 25 kids now. Its goal is to double that number, Chubinsky said.The organization aims to supply each child it helps with at least three changes of clothing and one new pair of shoes. In addition to the clothing, the organization provides toiletries and hygiene items as needed, offer a Bible and will provide a blanket and stuffed toy when necessary. The group also provides school supplies, when resources permit. In addition to raising money that will be spent directly on children, the group is also hoping to use some of the proceeds to help purchase a building. The program has outgrown the trailer it has been using and needs to find a building to provide office space and storage, Chubinsky said. The auction is being conducted by Evan Minck, a professional auctioneer who has donated his services. There will likely be some very good bargains, Chubinsky said. “Our auctioneer said that everything will go. Some of the box lots, we might only get a dollar or three dollars, but they will go. We don’t want anything left out there,” Chubinsky said. And, besides bidding on items, patrons can grab a bite to eat. Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soft drinks and baked goods also will be available for purchase, Chubinsky said. Chubinsky said the organization hopes to raise at least $6,000 from the event. The group is still accepting donated items to sell, and Chubinsky is grateful for the community’s generosity to date. “God has blessed us,” she said. “We’re 100 percent volunteers, so all of the money goes to the children.”Church auction aims to help East Pasco children in need These Children Outreach Program Effort volunteers play a vital role in helping children in East Pasco who might otherwise fall through the cracks. The volunteers, from left to right are: Lucille Thomas, Harley Thomas, Nel Gato, Janet Chubinsky, Della Molton, George Harlan and Esther Vance. (Photos by B.C. Manion) How you can help„Donate food, new shoes, clothing, material and elastic for pajama bottoms, thread, ribbon, new toys, games, cash. „Become a volunteer „Provide dental and medical services „Provide a space which the program can use for an office and for storage. For more information, call Janet Chubinsky at (352) 668-4397 or Naomi Philipp at (13) 395-6084 Charity AuctionWhen: Sunday, Nov. 6; Preview begins at 11 a.m.; auction starts at 1 p.m. and continues everything is sold. Where: Wesley Chapel Seventh Day Adventist Church, 33520 SR 54 in Zephyrhills Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soda and baked goods also will be available for purchase. Many items, like this wedgewood clock, will be up for auction at an event that’s bound to have many bargains, says Janet Chubinsky, one of the event’s organizers.

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LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 14 / Lutz,FL 33549 MAIL P O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 info@sunsetadver tiser s.com EDITORIAL JOE HUMPHREY,Associate Editor jhumphre y@cne wspubs.com B.C. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Writer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATT MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 5 Former U.S. Army Major Free Consultation813.929.6789www.WesleyChapelLawGroup.com M c B a t h h L a w w F i r m , P A .W e s l e y y C h a p e l 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate?By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City now has a noninvasive surgical option to treat acid reflux disease,the most common cause of heartburn.The new procedure,called Trans-oral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF), is being used by Dr.Pandurangan Krishnaraj,a general surgeon,and Dr.Soloman Singh,a gastroenterologist.Pasco Regional is the first east Pasco County hospital to offer TIF. "The TIF procedure can significantly improve quality of life for our patients,"Krishnaraj said. "(Reflux) is an anatomical problem which needs an anatomical solution.Reflux medications like PPIs (proton pump inhibitors) can help relieve patients'heartburn symptoms but don't solve the underlying anatomical problems or prevent further disease progression.Even on PPIs,many patients are still unable to eat the foods they want or have to sleep sitting up to reduce nighttime reflux."Krishnaraj also said new studies suggest long-term use of such PPIs can lead to problems absorbing minerals from food such as calcium.Such medications are not needed after TIF treatment. "After the TIF procedure,clinical trials show that most patients can eat and drink foods they avoided for many years," Krishnaraj said."Reflux no longer impacts their life like it previously did." The TIF procedure is based on established principles of surgical repair of the anti-reflux barrier,except it is performed within the body by going through the patient's mouth.The procedure creates a valve between the stomach and esophagus,which restores the natural way the body prevents the reflux of acid into the esophagus. The procedure is still relatively new but has been widely used during the last few years and has resulted in no long-term problems in patients. Acid reflux is a very common problem, affecting about 60 million Americans each year,according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention records. "Recent studies of the TIF procedure have shown that it can reduce patients'dependency on medications with 79 percent of patients remaining off their daily medications after two years and experiencing a dramatic improvement in their quality of life,"Singh said."We are very excited to be able to offer our patients the same incredible benefits of more invasive procedures,but without incisions." Along with eliminating the discomfort of heartburn,the noninvasive nature of TIF allows people to recover from surgery faster because there is no incision,not even the relatively small cut needed for laparoscopic surgery.The fact that TIF requires no cutting of the skin and muscle is a relatively new step in surgery.Laparoscopic procedures,while minimally invasive,still create a small incision in order to complete such an operation. Typical laparoscopic procedures create several seven-millimeter-long incisions.Such surgeries also expose the body to the outside air.None of these aspects are part of TIF.For more information on the procedure, call Pasco Regional at (352) 521-1100 or visit www.pascoregionalmc.com. Dr. Soloman Singh Dr. Pandurangan KrishnarajHospital attacks acid reflux disease

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 6 http://tampabay.maidbrigade.comDEEP CLEAN YOUR HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS! Book Now &Save $25 FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A FREE HOUSE CLEANING813.932.9777 NOContracts! 813-317-50941850 Oak Grove Blvd LUTZ 4327 W. Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA “Where Getting Fit is Sexy” POLE DANCING  CHAIR DANCING  SEXY FLEXIBILITYwww.poledancingtampa.com 813-973-9920www.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 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhen 83-year-old Shirley Stemler had a total hip replacement,she knew she'd need some extra help during her recovery. She turned to Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco for help. The private company,based in Wesley Chapel,provides various services aimed at helping people remain in their homes,instead of going to a healthcare facility. Stemler,who lives in Dade City,was delighted to have that option. "I was very,very pleased,"she said."The fact that I could come home and not have to go somewhere else when I left the hospital was important to me." She turned to the service to help her with practical matters. "I had them come basically for the mornings,"she said.They helped her with sponge baths,cleaning chores and preparing meals. "One gal,M.J.,when she finished helping me she went into the kitchen,cleaned my cupboards,my refrigerator stuff I hadn't done.I was in a lot of pain for the two months before I had surgery.She really went above and beyond." Stemler only used the service for five or six days,but she was pleased she could go home immediately from the hospital. "The good thing is,you're home.I like my own home.I'm more comfortable in my own surroundings,"said Stemler,while sitting in her home,surrounded by artwork and photographs on the wall and other personal mementoes. Michele and Lynelle Bonneville are coowners of Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco,which is based at 29149 Chapel Park Drive in Wesley Chapel. The company's service area is bounded by US 41 on the west and by county lines on the east,north and south.Another franchise office Home Instead Senior Care West Pasco,is owned by Joy and Howard Cook, and serves people living in Pasco County west of US 41. Michele said her business service ranges from as little as one day a week for three hours to 24 hours a day,seven days a week. The rates vary.In general,the rate ranges from $17.75 an hour for a homemaker companion to $200 for a 12-hour shift. Michele,a former nurse practitioner and pharmaceutical sales representative,said she had retired from those professions and was looking for something new. She attended a franchise expo in Miami where she found out about Home Instead and knew immediately it was the niche for her. As America's population ages,these kinds of services will become increasingly important,Michele said. About 5.3 million Americans were afflicted by Alzheimer's,according to 2010 statistics compiled by the Alzheimer's Association.Michele said she was drawn to the franchise because of its solid track record and reputation but was also attracted by its mission. "It's like a calling,because I do want to change the face of aging,"Michele said. In addition to her medical background, she also has a degree in anthropology. "I have been around the world,and I have seen other cultures,"she said. She understands why extended families are so important in helping a society to function,she said."But it (the extended family) is fractured in our society." The majority of her clients are people between the ages of 45 and 65 who are the children of seniors and who live far away, Michele said. They know their parents need care,but they are not here to provide it,she said. "We provide peace of mind.I provide updates,little progress reports.Lots of times it's good news and sometimes it's with concerns,Well,we see this happening,maybe we should think about this.'" In some cases,her staff can provide an alert that can lead to an earlier diagnosis and intervention,Michele said. "We have one client,I see signs of dementia,but she's never been diagnosed with it and she's not on medication. "I had a talk with her daughter,and she's now going to ask her physician to work her mom up." As people age,their memory can fade. "We lose our sense of time,"Michele said. "It becomes hard to discern different days of the week and times of the day.The biggest impact it has is on their medication regimen. "Either they don't take their medications or some days they will double or triple up, and it ends up in a hospital admission." Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco provides medication reminders. "We do focus on the client.We don't go in and do the tasks,like make the meals for them.If we can,we keep the client engaged as much as possible.Come,help me fix lunch.'Come help me fix dinner.' "We'll snap beans together or fold laundry together,"she said. If the client can't perform a household task,her staff will do it for them. "We will clean,do the laundry for them, strip the beds.They don't have the strength to strip the beds or vacuum sometimes." They'll transport clients to doctor's appointments and go in with them to see the doctor,taking notes to pass along to family members. "Sometimes there is clutter in the house, there are papers everywhere.We may sit down and help them get them organized or work with a family member to get them organized." Soon,the company will be launching an Alzheimer's program. There's a huge need to help caregivers learn how to cope with that,she said."We will be offering family training for the community for free,"she said. Michele has hired about 25 part-time employees to serve her company's clients.Each of those employees has undergone a background check and a motor vehicle records check.They also undergo a drug and alcohol screening and are subject to random tests. The company provides training for its staff,Michele said. She has identified the most important qualities she looks for in a prospective employee. "They have to have a caring heart and they have to be reliable and dependable," Michele said. Home Instead Senior CareEast Pasco: (813) 991-7524 West Pasco: (727) 845-5819Senior care business motto: There's no place like home' Michele Bonneville is co-owner of the Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco, along with her daughter, Lynelle. The company wants to help seniors remain in their homes. (Photos by B.C. Manion) When Shirley Stemler was recovering from a total hip replacement, she turned to Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco for help, so she could return home after her surgery, instead of going to an assisted care facility.

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Susan 610-0243 RENTALS Main 813-949-7444Espa–ol813-417-3529Toll Free800-922-5943 www.DennisRealty.com Mint condition!Move in ready 4/3/2 w screened pool on conservation lot in a gated community. Formal living/dining, large kitchen w custom 42" cabinets & Corian counters and new stainless steel appliances. Large family room overlooking pool. Extended garage. Only $215k.(hel)Indian Lakes! Impressive 3/3/2 on XL corner lot in gated community. Large formal living room w 10ft tray ceiling & adjoining formal diningroom. Roomy master suite w walk in closet. Spacious kitchen w all appliances & breakfast nook. W/D incl. Screened lanai. No CDD. $149k. (can) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $279.9k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $214k.(ged) Tierra Del Sol!Beautiful 4/3/2 with 3 way split floor plan. Huge gourmet kitchen w 42" wood cabinets, Corian counters & stainless appliances. XL master suite. Screened lanai w conservation views! One year home warranty included. Low HOA & no CDD. $155k. (see) Two for One!Upgraded 3/2 main house w attached, fully equipped guest cottage!EZ care wood laminate flooring, crown molding & bead board trim. Many NEW items such as toilets, septic drain field, fresh paint inside & out, water filtration system, well pump & more. Must see! $184,990.(bar)Need space?Two mobile homes on beautiful 1.83 acre tree shaded lot. Double wide mobile in front is perfect for rental or in laws. Back mobile is spacious 1512 sq ft. Room for RV and boat.Large detached workshop/garage in back. This is a must see property. Price reduced to $85k. In law suite!Custom 4/3/3 +pool/spa w in-law quarters which are incorporated into main house & include a bedroom, glamour bath & 12x17 sitting room w sliders to pool & patio. Great room w corner fireplace & vaulted ceiling. Conservation lot.No CDD or HOA.$275k.(red)Wesley Chapel!1998 built 3/2 manufactured home on over 3 acres. Huge open kitchen, spacious family room w fireplace & master suite w garden tub. Large open deck in front, private driveway with gate, dog house, room for pool & horses, RV or boats ok! $135k.(pea) Willow Bend!Move in ready 3/2/2 on conservation lot. Laminate wood & tile floors. You'll love the XL screened patio, sunroom w tile flooring, inside laundry, sitting room off master & more. Open kitchen/family combo and formal living/dining combo. No CDD & low HOA. $175k.(ste) New Port Richey! Adorable 3/2/1 home on corner lot w recent updates including NEW: carpet & ceiling fans in all bedrooms, interior paint, stove & hood as well as updated bathrooms. Great open floor plan with a large living room, family room & kitchen.Move in ready. $69.9k. (lan)Sun City Center! Maintenance Free 2/2/1 w screened lanai & nature views. Popular split bedroom floor plan includes large, open kitchen w breakfast bar.Oversized master suite. Active Adult community features Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Pools, Recreation & more. $80k.(nan) Got horses?This 5 acre fully fenced Spring Hill property offers a spacious 3/2/2 home along w the quiet sounds of nature & total privacy.Open floor plan w laminate wood floors throughout living areas & impressive wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen & more. $295k. (mcm)Dade City! Spacious 2/2 mobile home w 2 car carport on half acre. Beautiful countryside views. Open floor plan w kitchen overlooking dining room. Large utility workshop, two screened patios, new carpeting, NEW 13sr 2.5 ton Trane AC & newer hot water heater!!Horses ok! $38.9k.(riv) Exceptional!Custom built 4/2.5/2 home on over 1 acre just 10 minutes from I-75!Beautiful home offers private office & features galore...central vac, crown molding, 600' wraparound covered porch, wood burning fireplace & so much more. Ask about more land too! $320k. (dar) Lake Magdalene Area!Don't miss out on this cute 3/2/2 on large corner lot w beautiful new lawn & mature landscaping located in highly desirable area. Over 1500 sf of living space inside & extra storage including spacious utility shed in partially fenced backyard. No HOA. $142.9k (lan)Hillsborough River! Cute 2/1 bungalow w/in minutes of Busch Gardens & Community park. Fenced yard is ideal for pets. Nestled under towering oaks, this home is situated directly on the river. With a little TLC, this can be a great investment or rental property. No HOA. $54.9k. (ren) Forest Hills! 6 bedroom, 3 bath home on over 1/2 acre lot. Large circular driveway. Master Suite is downstairs.Has safe room/bomb shelter beneath master bedroom.Golf course within 1/2 mile. Addition above garage. No HOA or CDD. Call for showing. $189k. (n ro)Champagne Taste?Exquisite 4 bedroom/3.5 bath/4 car garage home w study, pool/spa and beautiful pond/conservation view. Breathtaking custom kitchen w aquarium glass window overlooking pool. Huge master suite. Extremely well appointed. $799k.(mad) Bargain! Two story townhouse w 2 master suites upstairs, each has its own bath. One bedroom has a balcony. Downstairs has a large living room/dining room combination & half bath. Fenced courtyard/Patio Area. Good condition. Property has tenant until 5/2012. Cash only. $44.9k.(sli) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x100 Waterfront!2.23 acre lot on Lake Thonotosassa, near custom homes. $450k.Rob Rochlin 948-0999.47 acre!Land O Lakes off Hwy 41. Zoned for MH. Utilities in place $25k. Patti Webster 310-0215WC area! Almost 1 ac. near 54 w/school zoning. Reduced to $139kOwner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Lutz. 2982 sf. $328k Call Mark Willett 731-1516 Warehouse/Office Hwy 54 in Lutz.7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k Mark Willett 731-1516. Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k Mark Willett 731-1516 LAND & COMMERCIAL 1022 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Lutz, FL 33549(at the corner of US41 & County Line Road) Property Management Services 813-949-5842 LAND O' LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL CALL 949-7444 x100 On Target for You813-994-3328 Call 813-949-5842 Property Managers Available Now!Thinking of Renting? 813-310-7402Call today for a complimentary consultationThinking of Selling? 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 8 President of GFWC Angie Carter of Wesley Chapel and Vice President of fund raising Karin Damico of Lutz setup a tent in the park and offer some of their homemade cake pops. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)Shoppers find bargains at Lutz market Caitlin McCreary of Lutz helps her mom Virna, the business manager for women's fragrances at Nordstrum, assist customer Betty Woehlk of Lutz on a new perfume of choice. Mother/owner Janet Santman and daughter Brittany of Lutz show off their handcrafted jewelry at the old Lutz school at Saturday's craft show. Halloween was more than two weeks away, but the Lutz market had the holiday displayed in full force on Oct. 15. An assortment of jewelry is shown at the Lutz market on Oct. 15. PreK-High School  College/Adult OF TUTORINGwith this ad 1 FREE WEEK EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION New CustomerSAVINGS for Your Business!Place your ad in theEducation & Activities Directory TODAY and we will DOUBLE its size at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!* *12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. No other discounts apply.New clients only. (813) 909-2800 gcrowder@cnewspubs.com The LAKER/ LutzNEWS 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O' LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests $75.00 (reg. $149)offer expires 10-31-11 MakeThis A Great School Year! Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing Study Skills SAT/ACT Prep Homework Edge

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Expires 10/31/11 Florida looks to protect infants from prescription abuseBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida Legislature is creating a task force unlike any other to combat prescription drug abuse in the state. The statewide group will examine the effects on newborn babies of mothers who abused prescription pain pills while carrying a child.This causes the infant to become addicted to the drugs. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said the goal of the force is to not only understand the scope of the problem,but also the cost of caring for such infants dealing with neonatal withdrawal,the long-term effects and identifying ways to prevent abuse by expectant mothers. "I have seen firsthand the most vulnerable victims of prescription drug abuse,and we must do everything we can to protect these newborns,"Bondi said."A thorough examination of this emerging problem now will help us develop sound prevention strategies for the future." No estimates exist to measure the number of babies born in Florida with an addiction to prescription drugs,but those who work in neonatal units have noticed an increase. Dr.Kenneth Solomon,neonatologist and director of the neonatal intensive care unit of St.Joseph's Women's Hospital in Tampa, said the facility has seen an increase in the number of newborns suffering from withdrawal. Solomon said neonatal withdrawal syndrome "is a collection of problems that will occur in a newborn that has been exposed to addictive drugs while in the womb. Symptoms of withdrawal include:fever, seizures,blotchy skin,incessant shrill cries, respiratory problems and extreme sensitivity to sounds and light." The Tampa Bay area has become one of the epicenters for the prescription drug abuse problem in the state.The Florida Medical Examiners Commission's statistics show that of the 2,710 deaths attributed to prescription drug abuse last year,1,150 were from people in Pasco,Hillsborough or Pinellas counties. "If this epidemic is not slowed,and then reversed,the risk to the well-being of women and their children and medical costs associated with expectant mothers and newborns will continue to rise,"Bondi said. Solomon will help the task force by contributing data and experience gained while working with infants going through withdrawal. "At St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,we are working to provide the necessary newborn infant treatment while educating parents about the special needs of these babies," Solomon said."We're eager to collaborate on local and statewide initiatives that target maternal early identification and provide prenatal treatment that can help prevent needless suffering."Darkest side of pain pill problem PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY FLAT-RATE PRICING NO HIDDEN COSTS RECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & Tires Land O' Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O' Lakes Blvd.First United Methodist Church6209 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Women's Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! R E D U C E E R E U S E E R E C Y C L E State-of-the-art Shredding Machine On-site or bring to us Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT Homeowners Businesses Commercial Renovations Roof Tear-Offs 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDING 813-996-55305710 Land O'Lakes Blvd. A single quart of motor oil disposed of improperly contaminates up to 2,000,000 gallons of water Members of the task forceFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi Florida Surgeon General Dr.Frank Farmer Elizabeth Dudek,Secretary,Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Secretary Gerald Bailey,Commissioner,Florida Department of Law Enforcement

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 10 Free Community LecturesLearn the importance of early detection. Do you know your family history and the right questions to ask? Are you doing a monthly self-exam and doing it right? Why does a mammogram matter? Join breast cancer survivor Shelby Coriaty and learn why all of this matters. 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 | 1-877-482-4362 Long Term Acute Care Hospital Class Room 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes, FL FHLTAC-10009 R10/2011 STIHL has you coveredwith protective apparel and accessories. THIS SEASON I WANT SOMETHINGRELIABLE STIHLusa.com Available at participating dealers while supplies last. 2011 STIHL$00000FS 45 TRIMMEREasy-to-use, well-balanced trimmer for homeowner use MS 170 CHAIN SAWDesigned for occasional wood-cutting tasks around the home Bar lengths may vary by region. Proven handheld blower at an affordable price BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER$00000 $00000 ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. Dale Mabry Lutz, FL33548(813) 949-1384 or (813) 949-3963 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am 5:30pm $179.95 $149.95 $159.95ENTER T AINMENT FALL FAMILY EVENTLand O'Lakes First United Methodist Church hosts its annual Fall Family Event on Oct.22 from 4-5:30 p.m.All ages are welcome to the free festival featuring Trunk-R-Treat Street,games,food and a bounce house.Costumes are welcome. Land O'Lakes First United Methodist is at 6209 Land O'Lakes Blvd.For more information,visit www.lolumc.org.FAMILY FUN FESTIVALSt.Timothy Parish Family Fun Festival will happen on Saturday,Oct.22 and Sunday, Oct.23.There will be food,games and other entertainment.St.Timothy Catholic Church is located at 17512 Lakeshore Road in Lutz.For more information,visit www.sainttims.org or call (813) 968-1077.CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENTLifeChoices Women's Care will hold 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,contact GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org, call (813) 948-7734 or contact Tom Beach directly at (813) 333-3543.HARVESTER'S FALL FESTIVALHarvester's Eighth Annual Fall Festival/Vendor Craft Sale is Saturday,Oct. 22 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.The special guest this year is "Silly Sam"who will be doing two shows at 10:45 a.m.and 1:00 p.m.The day includes a variety of free games and activities for the entire family including bounce houses,pony rides,face painting and a caricature artist.Refreshments will be available for purchase.Harvester United Methodist Church is located at 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes.For more information,contact the church office at (813) 948-2311 or visit http://www.harvesterumc.org.JUDGMENT HOUSEA performance of Judgment House:59 minutes,a walk-through drama,will be presented at First Baptist Church of Lutz, 18116 US 41 in Lutz on Oct.28,29 and 30 and Nov.4,5 and 6.Times are Fridays 7-10 p.m.,Saturdays 6-10 p.m.and Sundays 5-9 p.m.Walk-ins are welcomed,but reservations are recommended for large groups.A $3 donation is requested.For more information,call (813) 949-7495.FALL BAZAARThe Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Fall Bazaar on Saturday,Oct. 22 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.located at the Suncoast Meadows Professional Park on SR 54 east of the Suncoast Parkway.There will be a minimal charge for food and drinks. For more information about the bazaar,or to set up a booth,contact the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce at (813) 909-2722.PIGZ IN Z'HILLSThe second annual Pigz in H'Hills BBQ and Blues Festival will take place on Saturday, Oct.29 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.There will be a sanctioned barbecue cook-off,blues music, children's activities,vendors,a classic car show and arts and crafts.There will also be $6,000 in cash prizes.The festivities will happen at Krusen Field,4626 Krusen Field Road in Zephyrhills.Admission is $5 and kids 12 and younger get in free.For more information,contact (813) 782-1913.EVENTS AUTO CLASSThe Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway in Land O'Lakes,is presenting an automotive repair and maintenance class on Monday,Oct.24 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.The class will go over braking systems performance and replacement.The cost is $8 per class.For more information,call (813) 929-1220.SENIOR PET HEALTHCAREEast-West Animal Hospital is hosting a complimentary seminar on senior pet healthcare on Saturday,Oct.22 from 1011:30 a.m.The lecture will be presented by Adrianna Odachowski,DVM. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be provided.Call ahead to reserve your spot,as seating is limited.East-West Animal Hospital is located at 1524 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Lutz.Call (813) 948-6534 for a medical appointment or tour.GIRL SCOUT RECRUITMENTThe Land O'Lakes Girl Scouts will conduct their annual recruitment fair from 10 a.m.noon on Saturday,Oct.22 at The Harvester United Methodist Church's Fall Festival, 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes. People interested in volunteering, becoming a leader,or registering as a Girl Scout are encouraged to stop by.The cost to register as a Girl Scout is $12 per person for a one-year membership.HAUNTED HOUSEVolunteers are needed in October in preparation for a haunted house sponsored by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation and the Land O'Lakes Community Center.The actual event dates are Friday,Oct.21 from 7:30-9 p.m.and Oct.22 and 23 from 7:30-10 p.m.The haunted house will be at the Land O' Lakes Community Center at 5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.For further information,call the center at (813) 929-1229. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT FORMER BUC SPEAKSFormer Tampa Bay Buccaneer,Rob Taylor,is speaking at CrossPointe Church of the Nazarene on Sunday,Oct.23rd at 10:30 a.m.Taylor is a former NFL offensive tackle who played eight seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1986-1993.Taylor currently teaches Financial Stewardship Development, Benevolence,Crown Ministry,Wealth Management,etc.Feel free to wear your favorite football gear.For more information,contact the church at (813) 9497727 or churchoffice@crosspointetampa.com. Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 11 Festival scares'up a crowd in Dade CityRebecca Calhoun, of Stewart Middle School, won the race while waiting for the Tractor Pull to begin. She beat out Franklin Hunt (on left) of Richland and Brett Calhoun of Woodland Elementary. Dave Ireland of Arcadia pops a wheelie at the Tractor Pull in Dade City on Oct. 8 as Lester Fisher of New Port Richey watches. (Photos by Faith Jordan) Hector and Janet Moreno help their son Hector Jr. of Cox Elementary build a scarecrow. Lynn Cavall of Dade City holds on tight to her granddaughter Lucy Cavall while she's on her first pony ride at the Scarecrow Festival. Many fun critters at the 45th annual Rattlesnake Festival Aislynn Brooks, left, sits atop a pony waiting for the ride to start. The 19-month-old Rattlesnake Festival attendee is practically a pro, making her second appearance at the festival. Aislynn's mother, Heather Brooks, stands alongside. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) In photo at left, from left, Dawson Roberts, 10, Justin Mohr, 13, James Holland, 13, and Rachel Barthle, 13, work feverishly to set up the wooden tortoises participants will use in a race. The races once used live gophers, but that practice has been eliminated. Racers were allowed to customize the tortoise shells. The kids prepping the race are a part of St. Anthony's Earth Force, which raises awareness with recycling. John Storms, who has been working with reptiles for 30 years, handles a 9-year-old albino Burmese python. The python is 15 feet long and weighs 140 pounds. Randall Hendricks sifts through the hay for a giant lop bunny at the Rattlesnake Festival's petting zoo with his 4-year-old daughter Emmalynn Hendricks.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19, 2011 12 LETTER TO THE EDITOR I am Scott Keller, a 2012 presidential candidate from Land O’ Lakes. Your paper recently published articles about Joe Biden's visit to Pasco County pushing (President Barack) Obama's jobs package. From my perspective Obama's proposals will not significantly help Pasco or any other location around the country. The locally implementable plans I have put forth could help significantly without federal funding. Biden fails to note and may not even know the fundamental flaws of Obama's jobs bill, even if he manages to get it passed. It has an ineffective focus, and is funded with borrowed money from a source, which few if any are being told. The borrowing alone has had and will have a tremendously negative impact on every one of us. My "jobs" or rather "meaningful work" proposals could be implemented immediately and locally by the people. I believe it would have a profound positive impact on the entire region. Reachout efforts have begun. I am participating with Occupy Tampa, Code Green, Habitat for Humanity, TampaBayTime, St. Pete for Peace and other groups to implement two plans: a local work plan and a national 99 percent plan. In brief, the local work plan focuses on supplementary local tools such as a local currency, a local time bank (which has already been established) and local co-op businesses as well as a tremendous amount of local innovation. Together with the 99 percent plan, we can keep people in their homes, get them back to work and give them new tools to better control their destiny while working together with local autonomy. Information and current details on these plans, including national aspects of it are on my website www.keller2012.com.Scott Keller, Land O’ LakesPresident candidate offers his own jobs plan Laker/Lutz News staff report Hillsborough County Fire Rescue has 10 tips to help people to promote fire prevention and safety. Keep an eye on the stovetop Stay in the kitchen when frying, grilling or broiling food. Always have a lid nearby to slide over a pan in case of fire. Clean up food and grease from burners and the stovetop to prevent fires from starting. Give space heaters space Keep fixed and portable space heaters at least three feet away from anything that can burn. Smoke outside Ask smokers to smoke outside only. Provide sturdy, deep ashtrays and make sure cigarette butts and ashes are out before emptying the ashtray.Keep matches and lighters locked upKeep matches and lighters out of sight and secured to prevent children from getting them. Inspect electrical cords Make sure the cords are not pinched behind furniture, under rugs or stretched. Replace cords that are cracked or frayed, have broken plugs or have loose connections. Be careful when using candles Keep candles at least one foot away from anything that can burn, and put them out before leaving the room or going to sleep. Never leave a child unattended in a room with a burning candle. Have a home fire escape plan Make a plan in case of a home fire and practice it at least twice a year so everyone knows what to do in a fire emergency. Install smoke alarms Install smoke alarms on every level of the home and outside all bedrooms and make sure everyone knows the sound the alarm makes when it detects smoke. For the best protection, install interconnected smoke alarms in each bedroom and throughout the home. When one sounds, they all sound. Test smoke alarms Check the batteries at least once a month and replace them once a year or when an alarm “chirps” to tell you the battery is low. Replace any smoke alarm that is more than 10 years old. Replace smoke alarms that use long-life, or 10-year, batteries when the alarm chirps. The batteries in these units cannot be replaced. Get low and go If you must escape through smoke, get as low to the ground as possible to get under the smoke to the nearest exit. For additional tips and information to educate children about fire prevention and safety, visit the National Fire Protection Association’s website at www.nfpa.org.Ten tips for fire prevention/safety (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is addl $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES € Rabies 1 yr $10.00 € Feline Leukemia $18.00€ Feline Distemper Combo $18.00€ Rabies 3 yr $25.00€ Canine Distemper Combo $25.00€ Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDAY GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS $125 for 5 weeks Starts Tues 11/18 € 6:30pm (Vaccine Record Required)Pet Supermaket, 18445 U.S. Hwy 41 N., LutzFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations € Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 € www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills € 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 € 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMING’Pet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet! Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the Week P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK

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Areas of specialties include: n Obstetrics n Family Planning n Annual GYN Exams n Menopausal n Perimenopausal Care n Polyp Treatment Pasco Countys Newest Arrival, Deborah Clark, M.D.Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity is accepting new patients now. For more information, or to make an appointment, please call Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity today.Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinityis now open and accepting new patients to meet the healthcare needs of women in Pasco County. From pre-natal to postmenopausal, Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity will help women, of all ages, to maintain optimum health throughout all stages of their lives. Our specialized OB/GYN, Dr. Deborah Clark, believes in helping her patients achieve maximum good health and well being, with an emphasis on pre-natal care. 16541 Pointe Village Drive, Suite 207, Lutz, FL 33558 813.920.8300 813.920.8334 (FAX)Open 8:00 am … 5:00 pm M-F www.OBGYNofTrinity.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 13 Judith Reese, Ph.D. Audiologist Call Dr. Judith Reese,The Hearing Aid Expert 813-949-1331.JCAudiology & Hearing Aids1541 Dale Mabry Hwy.,#201 in LutzHearing Aidshave never been more affordable!Now offering 12 month interest-free payment plans on all brands 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 16540 Pointe Village, Suite 105,Lutz813-920-2700S.E. corner of Suncoast & Hwy 54(North Pointe Village Shopping) www.salonandspaeclipse.com Treat yourself to a luxurious experience today...you deserve it! Land O' LakesGun & Pawn 21ST ANNUAL HUNTERS BLOWOUT! $50 Off any Long Guns in Stock 4409 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Land O'Lakes, FL34638 (2 miles north of SR 54 on US 41) 813-996-7777Buy Sell Trade FFL Transfers We Pawn Harleys Class IIIVisit www.landolakesgunandpawn.comCall today for CWPClasses! expires 12/24/11 Holloway's Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) BABY CHICKS ARE IN! CHICKEN COOPS Visit Today While They Last! Straw Bales Corn Stalks Pumpkins Vegetable Plants Grow Buckets Supplies Fresh Produce Market HOLLOWAY'S FAMILY PUMPKIN PATCH PIE PUMPKINS5 for$10

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 14 HEALTH & WELLNESS Children's safety fair Oct. 22Oak Hill Hospital's Emergency Care Center will have the grand opening of its new Pediatric Emergency Care Center on Saturday,Oct.22 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.and will include a children's safety fair.The event will feature: --The fire safety house showing how to escape a smoke-filled house --A fire truck,ambulance and helicopter --A tour of Oak Hill's new Pediatric Emergency Care Center --An opportunity to meet representatives from the sheriff's department and EMS personnel The YMCA will also provide water safety information,nutrition facts and entertainment.The first 200 children will receive free customized T-shirts.Admission is free and food and drinks are provided. The pediatric center is located at 11375 Cortez Blvd.in Spring Hill.For more information,call Oak Hill at (352) 597-6333.Alzheimer's caregiver's programThe University of South Florida's Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute is sponsoring a free community program called Alzheimer's Disease:What Family Caregivers Need to Know on Tuesday,Nov. 1 at 4001 E.Fletcher Ave.in Tampa.The program is designed for individuals caring for a family member or friend with the disease.Topics will include understanding Alzheimer's,progress in treatment,communication strategies,managing troublesome behaviors,medications-timing,side effects, tips and more.The program is from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., and lunch will be provided.The event is free,but advanced registration is required to reserve a seat.For more information or to register,call (813) 974-4357 or (800) 633-4563.Good Samaritan Health ClinicVolunteers are needed to help answer phones,do filing,make photocopies, schedule appointments and count pills at the Good Samaritan Health Clinic.For more information,call (727) 848-7789.Fall Bazaar at Regional Medical Volunteers at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point are having a Fall Bazaar on Saturday,Oct.22 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.at the main campus,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson.Household items like clothes, shoes,electronics and holiday items will be available for purchase.There will also be baked goods.All money raised at the event will go to the American Heart Association's 2011 Tampa Bay Heart Walk, which will be on Saturday,Nov.5.Weekly Taoist Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are offered each Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m.at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel,33425 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 788-2898.Free exercise classes in OdessaKeystone Presbyterian Church,7509 Van Dyke Road in Odessa,offers free exercise classes each Tuesday at 3 p.m.and each Saturday at 10 a.m.Those in a wheelchair are welcome to attend.For more information,call (813) 920-8552.Chronically ill support groupA support group to help people deal with chronic illnesses meets at 11 a.m. the second Wednesday monthly at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 783-3186.Weight Watchers weekly groupA Weight Watchers group meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports + Field, 2029 Arrowgrass Drive in Wesley Chapel. Registration is free.For more information, call (813) 500-4528.Pasco's quit smoking classPasco Health Department offers classes to help people quit smoking at various locations throughout the county.For more information,call (727) 861-5250 ext.279. St.Joseph's Hospital-North has added a pair of new healthcare services with the opening of its cardiac catheterization lab and its sleep disorders center. The hospital,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,can perform both femoral and radial catheterizations as well as intervention radiology in the new lab.It also offers minimally invasive treatments to battle uterine cancer. The new sleep center is available for those with a doctor's prescription.The facility studies people's sleep to identify problems and find ways to improve the quality of rest. In addition,the hospital's ambulatory surgery department was recently given the Avatar's Five Star Loyalty and Endorsement Award.The designation, which is based on patient satisfaction,recognizes the facility for delivering a high quality patient experience. For more information on St.Joseph's Hospital-North,call (813) 443-2046 or visit www.stjosephsnorth.com.Expanded services at St.Joseph's Hospital-North Gentle Dentistrywith a Woman's Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND O'LAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla Espa–olExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310 NEWPATIENTSPECIAL only $45 a $257 valueRestrictions may apply* PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit www.facebook.com/ thelakerlutznews

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 15 HEALTH & WELLNESS Mental illness support groupRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a weekly support group for those with mental illness each Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information,call (727) 992-9653.Aphasia support monthly groupForest Hills Presbyterian Church,709 W.Linebaugh Ave.in Tampa,hosts an aphasia support group the third Monday monthly from 6:30-8:30 p.m.For more information,call (813) 935-4653.Prostate cancer support groupThe University of South Florida hosts a prostate cancer support group the fourth Thursday monthly from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at its Hope Lodge,12810 Magnolia Drive in Tampa.For more information,call (800) 227-9954.Wishing for wheels programPeople age 65 and older and those who are disabled of any age may qualify for a power wheelchair.Candidates must be able to operate an armrest joystick controller,understand basic instructions and get a doctor's approval.Call (800) 8235220 or visit www.threewishes2.com for more information.Drivers needed for the blindDrivers are needed to take clients to and from rehabilitation classes in a Lighthouse van.The position requires three hours a week.For more information, call (727) 815-0303.Help needed for cancer patientsThe American Cancer Society is seeking people with cars who want to volunteer a few hours each month between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.weekdays to take patients to treatment facilities as part of its road to recovery program.For more information,call (813) 949-0291 ext.114.Conquerors in recovery groupGroups for people with codependency and drug,alcohol and sexual addictions meet at 7 p.m.each Monday at 1854 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.Family relationships workshopsThe Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute and Land O'Lakes Senior Center offer free workshops to help family relationships from 10:30-11:30 a.m.each Monday at 6801 Wisteria Loop in Land O' Lakes.For more information,call (813) 929-1200.Wanderers identification programThe Alzheimer's Family Organization offers the Wanderers Identification Program to help caregivers of dementia and Alzheimer's patients.The patient receives a bracelet or pendant with a code and telephone number to participating sheriff's offices.The person can be identified through a shared database of patient information and caregiver contacts.For more information,call (727) 848-8888.Look Good Feel Better programFlorida Cancer Institute-New Hope has a free program to help women deal with the physical changes brought on by cancer treatment called Look Good Feel Better.The program is at 38010 Medical Center Ave.in Zephyrhills from 4-6 p.m. the first Monday monthly.For more information,call (813) 783-1676.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first-come,first-served basis. 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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLinebackers are often called defensive quarterbacks and several local athletes perform as well or better than the best signal callers while hitting as hard as semi trucks. Gaither defensive coordinator Brain Del Valle was a linebacker for the Cowboys and has a couple of characteristics needed to play the spot. "You have to be tough,"Del Valle said. "Linebacker is the toughest position to play on a defense.You have to not be afraid of contact.You also have to have a little bit of speed to make plays." Del Valle,who was the co-defensive coordinator at Land O'Lakes last year,has had a front row seat to see three of the most productive linebackers in the area Gaither senior Josh Scarberry and Gators seniors Shadow Williams and Jackson Cannon. The three are very different players,but Del Valle has high praise for them all because they display that vital toughness. "Josh just has a nose for the football and all the things you can't teach,"Del Valle said. "He's the kind of person other guys look to and he never shies away from contact.He's also very coachable.He takes everything coaches say and use it to make him better. He's a big student of film and uses that to make him better.That sets a good example for his teammates,because he does all the little things to get better." "As for Jackson and Shadow,those two are just tough football players who love the game,"Del Valle continued."They are both very physical players,but they can really move around for how big they are.Both of those guys are also students of the game."JOSH SCARBERRYScarberry started playing linebacker at age 9 with the Northside Dolphins of the Tampa Bay Youth Football League.Before that he was an offensive lineman.The move seemed to suit him well. "It's the physical part,"Scarberry said."I love to hit.I love it when I'm able to fill a hole when a running back thinks he has space and taking him off his feet. The mental part is also big for linebackers.You really have to stay focused because you have to play pass,play run and you just have to always know what to do." The 5-foot-10,185-pound Scarberry has been an inside linebacker at Gaither since his freshman year but has moved to the outside spot for his senior campaign. "We lost our outside linebackers from last year,and I knew Josh could make that move and do very well,"Del Valle said."We wanted to make sure we could shutdown the outside and also show college coaches Josh can do anything they need." Scarberry said of the change,"I like the shift because I don't have to worry about the offensive linemen as much and getting off too many blocks.I have a lot more open space and I like to work with that and use my speed to my advantage." Scarberry,who was named the AllLaker/All-Lutz News Defensive Player of the Year in 2010,set his career-high with 18 tackles against Newsome as a sophomore and with five sacks against East Bay this season.However,his favorite memory came in his first game with the Cowboys. "My freshman year I was thrown into the Jefferson game,which was my first game I ever played in high school,"Scarberry said."I was able to make a big play and got a sack on a zone read,when the quarterback fakes it to the running back and keeps it.I was able to read the play from the start.I still remember that hit.It's my most memorable moment at Gaither." Scarberry said he wants to play in college and is leaving no stone unturned to make that dream a reality. "I'm working on my grades and doing all I can,"Scarberry said."Just trying to get better in every way on the field,in the classroom and as a teammate."SHADOW WILLIAMSWilliams has been a linebacker the longest of the three,taking to the spot at age 5 while playing with the South Tampa Boys and Girls Club. "When I was a little kid I saw Ray Lewis play,and he was a big inspiration to me," Williams said."He's easily my favorite linebacker.His enthusiasm and his intensity bring the team together.When it's fourth and one you can count on Ray Lewis to make the stop." The 6-foot,221-pound Williams transferred to Land O'Lakes from Freedom for his junior season and quickly became a leader of the Gators defense despite the physical and mental demands that come with the job. "I like the challenges that come with it," Williams said."The team has to count on the linebacker to do a lot of things and I want the team to be able to count on me to get it done.You have to get after the quarterback and running back,cover guys and also make sure everyone is in the right position." Part of that challenge is learning how to snuff out an offensive play and bring it to a painful end for whoever has the ball. "When you make that perfect play,when you read the linemen just right and get a clean break into the backfield is like nothing else,"Williams said."There are times when you can just see what the play is going to be,and it's one of the greatest things to stop it before it starts." Williams most enjoys playing close to the line of scrimmage. "Sometimes I know I get too close to the line,because I'm so anxious to get in there and hit somebody,"Williams said."Coach sometimes has to calm me down so I make the right reads." Williams had a career-high of 17 tackles last year against both Springstead and Wesley Chapel.He posted a career-best four sacks in that contest against the Wildcats. However,Williams said his favorite game was against Anclote last year,when he had nine tackles and one sack. "Their offensive line was playing really well,but me and our old defensive coordinator (Jason Hatcher) came up with a new blitz on the spot,"Williams said."It worked perfect." Williams has been working on almost everything to take his game to the next level. "My size,my speed,my footwork,but the thing I've been working on the most is trying to read the offense to get a jump on the play,"Williams said. Williams said he also enjoys playing alongside Cannon,who has been equally productive to the Gators defense. "It's great because you have somebody else to push you and motivate you,"Williams said."We challenge each other to get better. It's great,because I know I can count on him,and he can count on me."JACKSON CANNONCannon is relatively new to the position, moving to linebacker as a freshman. "I played two years of middle school football,but I played mostly fullback,"said Cannon,who has spent all his high school years at Land O'Lakes."My coach thought I would be good for the position,and I think it was a good change." The 6-foot-2,225-pound Cannon said he also enjoys the physical play at linebacker, but added he likes dropping into coverage as well. "I play basketball too,so I like being able to drop and pick off a pass every now and then,"Cannon said."For me it's all about footwork and quickness.Speed,both physically and mentally.You have to be able to react fast." Cannon had a career-high 15 tackles against both Gulf and Wesley Chapel last year.His best sack performance came in what he said is his favorite game,a contest against cross-town rival Sunlake as a sophomore. "When we played Sunlake a couple years ago I had 13 tackles and five sacks," Cannon said."I got defensive player of the game and the game ball.It's exciting to play well against Sunlake." Cannon's goals to improve his game this year are similar to Williams':"I'm working on speed and footwork but working a lot on my reads.I already know how to read a guard through fullback,but I'm working to become better at it." His appreciation for playing with Williams is also the same. "We're all about the competition with each other,"Cannon said."Who can get the most tackles or the most sacks." All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports Gaither senior linebacker Josh Scarberry tries to read the snap count during a recent practice. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) Land O'Lakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams records one of his two sacks against Wiregrass Ranch in the Gators' spring football game this year. (File photo) Land O'Lakes senior linebacker Jackson Cannon is working on reading offenses to get a better jump on plays. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Area stacked with linebacking talentThe Steinbrenner volleyball team won the elite division silver bracket at the Orlando Volleyball Academy's Dig Pink Tournament Oct. 14-15,while Freedom took second in the classic division gold. The Warriors (20-4) went 4-1 at the event, defeating Alachua Santa Fe and Longwood Lyman in pool play,but lost to Apopka.The loss sent Steinbrenner to the silver bracket instead of the gold. The Warriors bounced back to beat Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest 25-22,25-22 in the silver semifinals before defeating Jacksonville Creekside 25-13,25-22 in the finals. The only other Hillsborough County team to play in the elite division was Sickles,which took third in the bronze bracket.In total,48 teams from across Florida participated at the event,16 in each of the three divisions.Freedom (16-7) was the only other area squad to play in the event,going 4-1 in the classic division and finishing as the gold bracket runner-up.The Patriots defeated Sebring 25-14, 25-10 in the semis before losing to Fort Lauderdale University 25-16,25-19 in the finals.Freedom has two more regular season matches,Oct.18 at King and Oct.19 against Jefferson,before the Class 7A-District 9 tournament,which will also include Steinbrenner. The Warriors'final match before districts is at home against Armwood.All matches at 7 p.m. Steinbrenner enters districts as the No.1 seed,while Freedom is No.2.The 7A-9 championship match is at Gaither on Thursday,Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. Kyle LoJacono The Freedom volleyball team finished as the classic division gold bracket runner-up at the Dig Pink Tournament in Orlando on Oct. 14-15. (Photo courtesy of Kerry Short)Warriors, Patriots stand out at Dig Pink tournament813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 16

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SPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comFreedom football coach Tchecoy Blount warned his team about Wharton's Darius Page. "I told the kids all week,He's a big,bruising back and he has speed.He's not going to go down on the first hit or second hit,'" Blount said. The Patriots (1-6) couldn't heed their coaches warning,and the Wildcats (2-4) rode Page to a 28-7 win at home on Oct.14. Page,a senior,rushed 26 times for 148 yards and one touchdown.He also made life easier for Wildcat quarterback Chase Litton, who ran for a score and threw another to Vernon Hargraves. "We came out kind of slow (on) offense, but we picked it up and we played pretty good,"Page said."Defense played excellent. They didn't give up too many big plays." Wharton started sloppy with two fumbles in its first three drives,one of which was lost. But the Wildcats picked up momentum to close the half,including a 50-yard pass from Litton to Hargraves to the Freedom 2yard line.A holding call and botched snap pushed Wharton back,but Litton eventually ran it into the end zone from 10 yards out. Page ran in for a two-point conversion to go up 8-0 at halftime. Hargraves picked off Patriot quarterback Taylor King to give the Wildcats prime field position.Page ran it in for his second score. "Darius Page is a guy,he's in another zone right now,"said Wharton coach David Mitchell."He's a hard worker,he's a quiet leader he just does all his work on the field. He puts the wind in the sails and the ship starts and the ship goes."For their third touchdown,the Wildcats drove down 73 yards in just 2:32.Litton found Deon Samson on a key thirdand-eight conversion to keep the drive alive. Consecutive 19and 3yard runs by Page led Wharton into the fourth quarter,and on the first play in the final period Litton found Hargraves to make it 21-0.The Patriots'offense found a pulse in the fourth quarter when a defensive pass interference call on Wharton negated an interception and gave Freedom new life at its own 42-yard line.Tyrel Nunn ripped off a 58-yard scoring run with 5:08 remaining to prevent the shutout."That was important to show the kids that they can if everybody does their part," Blount said."It hurts these guys so bad,because that play happened towards the end."Freedom failed on its onside kick,but the defense held and forced a three and out.The Patriots muffed the ensuing punt,and Wharton recovered at the Freedom 20.Four plays later the Wildcats scored on a 3-yard run by Samson. "We got a lot of things to work on,so we can't just be happy with what went on tonight,"Mitchell said.But he added,"A W is a W,and we'll take it any day of the week." Wharton hosts Bloomingdale,and Freedom travels to Gaither on Thursday,Oct. 20.Both district games start at 7:30 p.m. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Gaither 4-2 (2-0) Tampa Bay Tech 3-3 (2-0) Steinbrenner 4-2 (1-1) Freedom 1-5 (1-1) Chamberlain 0-6 (0-2) Wiregrass Ranch 0-6 (0-2) Class 6A-District 6 Hernando 5-2 (4-0) Sunlake 5-1 (3-1) Land O' Lakes 4-2 (3-1) River Ridge 4-2 (2-2) Nature Coast 3-4 (2-2) Mitchell 4-3 (1-3) Springstead 2-4 (1-3) Central 0-7 (0-4) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 7-0 (4-0) Fivay 5-1 (4-0) Zephyrhills 4-2 (4-0) Wesley Chapel 3-3 (1-3) Anclote 1-5 (1-3) Gulf 1-5 (1-3) Ridgewood 1-6 (1-3) Hudson 0-6 (0-4)Wharton's Paige runs over Freedom in win Wharton senior running back Darius Page had 148 yards on 26 carries and one touchdown against cross-town rival Freedom on Oct. 14. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner football team put up a program record 53 points and recorded its second shutout of the season en route to winning at Riverview 53-0 on Oct.14. The win comes less than a week after the Warriors (4-2) had a disappointing 37-7 defeat to Class 7A-District 7 rival Gaither that saw Steinbrenner lose nine turnovers. "Last week was absolutely horrible,"said Warrior coach Floyd Graham."I've never had a game in 21 years with nine turnovers. It was hard for the kids and hard for me.I was just proud of how everyone did because we were without one of our top running backs." Steinbrenner lost starting full back Jake Carroll for the year with a torn ACL he suffered during the opening kickoff against Gaither.The Warriors responded with a ground game that saw eight different players carry the rock. Kendall Pearcy led the Warriors'ground attack,posting 167 yards on eight carries and scoring runs of 5 and 80 yards.The junior also had a 60-yard scoring run called back because of a penalty on Steinbrenner's first play.He also added a 15-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Curtis Fitch. Steinbrenner's Brian Gainer had 89 rushing yards on three carries,including a 43-yard score for his first varsity touchdown. Nick Green ran the ball six times for 31 yards and a 26-yard touchdown. "We tried three different kids at full back to replace Jake,and all three played great," Graham said."We were kind of geared around Jake at that full back position,so when he went down I told them I've got to give it to all three of you to see who wants it.I want you to come beg me for the ball, and they all showed they want it." The three replacements at full back included Green,Cody Cazin and A.J.Brown, who moved to the offense after starting the season as a linebacker.Brown had a 30-yard scoring run and a touchdown catch of 10 yards. Fitch had scoring passes of 10,15 and 20 yards for a career-high three touchdown throws.The sophomore led two scoring drives just before halftime to put the Warriors up 34-0 at the break. "We drove the ball in 40 seconds and scored without using a timeout, and Fitch orchestrated a great drive,"Graham said."Then we got a turnover and had a short field,so we jumped back into the 2-minute drill, and he threw another touchdown.We practice it every day,and when Fitch came off the field he said to me That's why we practice it.'" Steinbrenner hosts Tampa Bay Tech on Thursday,Oct.20 at 7:30 p.m.The Titans are tied for first place in 7A-7 with Gaither,while the Warriors are a game back. "Tech has size and speed,and I mean a lot of speed,"Graham said."Our goal is to keep their offense off the ball and control the clock.It's a big challenge.I wish we could get that Gaither game back to put us in a better situation,but this is a must win. The kids understand that,and they're focused on what they need to do." By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comSunlake entered its Class 6A-District 6 football game against Hernando without a loss,but the visiting Leopards ended the perfect season on Oct.14 thanks to the combination of their rushing assault and attacking defense. Hernando (5-2) had 260 combined rushing yards from Tyrail Hawkins,Jeremiah Jackson and Marqui Redding. Jackson and Hawkins each had one rushing score. Sunlake (5-1) was able to contain the Leopards ground game in the first quarter,allowing zero first downs and no points.Hernando's offense got on track with a 10-play,80yard drive in the second quarter to go up 6-0.Leopard linebacker Zach Pritz intercepted Seahawk quarterback Cameron Stoltz on the ensuing drive that led to another scoring drive to take a 14-0 lead. Stoltz hit wide receiver Jamal Jones with a 17-yard touchdown strike just before halftime to cut the lead to 147.Hawkins ended Sunlake's comeback with his scoring run in the fourth quarter for the game's final points. Stoltz was under constant pressure from Hernando's defense.The senior signal caller was limited to 16-of-33 passing for 161 yards and was sacked four times. Sunlake will have to bounce back quickly,as it hosts cross-town rival and 6A6 opponent Land O'Lakes on Thursday,Oct.20 at 7:30 p.m. The winner will have sole possession of second place in the district and the inside track to a playoff spot. Warriors rebound against Riverview Steinbrenner's Kendall Pearcy had 167 rushing yards and three total touchdowns in the Warriors'53-0 victory at Riverview on Oct. 14. (Photo by Tim McClain) Seahawk junior Eddie Burgos goes up for a catch against Hernando.Hernando ends Sunlake's perfect bid Sunlake senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz faced constant pressure from Hernando's defense during the Leopards'22-7 victory on Oct. 14. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com)CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 17

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Ask the Doctor What is breast cancer? It is cancer that forms in the tissues of the breast, usually the ducts that carry milk to the nipple or in the lobules, which are the glands that make milk. Does it only affect women? While women are by far the largest group at risk, men can also get breast cancer. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives. What risk factors can I avoid? Although no one knows exactly what causes breast cancer, research shows that certain risk factors should be avoided, including hormone replacement therapy, obesity, alcohol consumption and radiation exposure. What is cancer screening? Screening looks for signs of cancer before a person has symptoms. Finding cancer at an early often makes the cancer easier and less expensive to treat. What treatments are available? Surgery to remove cancer cells and affected lymph nodes Radiation therapy, which uses high-energy x-rays and other types of radiation to kill cancer cells and stop their growth Chemotherapy, which uses drugs to stop the growth of cancer cells by killing the cells or by stopping their growth Hormone therapy that removes or blocks hormones that may stimulate cancer cell growth Targeted therapy, which uses drugs or other substances to identify and attack specific cancer cells without harming normal cells. DADE CITY 13417 U.S. Highway 301 / ZEPHYRHILLS 38135 Market Square WESLEY CHAPEL 27343 Wesley Chapel Blvd. / LAND O'LAKES 2100 Via Bella Blvd. www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com 813.780.8440 The Gathering Placea cancer support groupSocial interaction is an important component of everyone's life.And it's especially important for cancer survivors and those being treated for cancer.To encourage social connections for her patients,Anita White,supervisor of oncology at Florida Medical Clinic, founded an organization called The Gathering Place two years ago as a community cancer support group. The Gathering Place offers cancer patients and their families an opportunity to share their experiences with others facing similar situations,ask questions and learn more about cancer and its related issues. Guest speakers are often invited,such as Dr. Richard McDonough,an oncologist who recently spoke to the group about different types of cancers. "Since our meetings aren't entirely structured,we sometimes just get together to laugh and tell jokes," says Anita.Meetings are open to anyone in the community who has undergone cancer treatments and their families and are not limited to patients of Florida Medical Clinic. "We offer a relaxed atmosphere filled with education,information,social connections and just a place to gather and share,"said Anita,who cooks dinner for each meeting and likes to tie the dinner to a monthly theme.In October,for example,The Gathering Place meets on Oct.31 and members are invited to come dressed in a Halloween costumes.The Gathering Place meets the last Monday of each month at 5 p.m.at the Healing Arts Studio of the Foundation of Caring,located at 38036 Market Square in Zephyrhills.Those interested in participating,please contact Anita at 813.843.4725. Working together forGOOD HEALTHThe Laker / Lutz News& Who's whoInternist Richard McDonough, M.D., joined Florida Medical Clinic in September after practicing medicine in Charleston, South Carolina for several years. In addition to his medical specialties of medical oncology and hematology, Dr. McDonough has expertise in diagnosing and treating breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, lymphomas, multiple myeloma, research and palliative care. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in medical oncology, hematology and internal medicine and works diligently to educate people about breast and colon cancer awareness. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville and went on to study medicine at the University of Miami, where he became fluent in Spanish. It was during a three-year fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville that Dr. McDonough developed his passion for the disciplines oncology, hematology and research. Since 2003, Dr. McDonough has volunteered annually with a medical mission to Guatemala, that utilizes physicians, dentists and other medical professionals to provide basic medical care to children and adults who have no access to healthcare in their rural communities. Dr. McDonough enjoys bicycling, traveling, reading and spending time with his wife, Charlene, and two young children, Michael and James. For patient convenience, Dr. McDonough sees patients at both the Land O' Lakes and Zephyrhills offices of Florida Medical Clinic. He can be reached in Land O' Lakes at 813.712.5709 and in Zephyrhills at 813.780.2642.MeetDr. Richard McDonough Anita White with a patient. Employees bowl a strike against homelessEmployees from Florida Medical Clinic and its Foundation of Caring came together to raise money for a local charity that helps the homeless at a recent bowl-a-thon in Zephyrhills.The employee fundraiser generated $21,500,which The Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring matched dollar-for-dollar to bring the total donation up to $43,000. The money was donated to Starting Right,Now,a Tampa-based non-profit group whose primary mission is to stop the cycle of homelessness by reaching out to youth through education and mentor relationships.From left to right: Dawn, Gail, Dr. Mark Eisner, Robin, Cassie, Jennifer, Melissa, Shelly, Tonya and Tamara. For more information,contact the Foundation of Caring at 813.783.9932813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 20 SPORTS The Wiregrass Ranch boys cross country team came in eighth in the Pre-State Invitational elite race,better than any other area squad,at Little Everglades Steeplechase Ranch in Dade City on Oct.15. The Bulls finished with an average time of 16:29.98. Sam Hippely led the way for Wiregrass Ranch,posting a time of 16:05.65 to take 37th overall.Teammate Ermias Bireda claimed 52nd place in 16:15.52. Steinbrenner came in 17th as a team at the meet with an average time of 16:41.08.The Warriors were led by Matt Magee's 16:07.93 and Tyler Lima's 16:08.25,putting them in 39th and 40th place,respectively. In the boys invitational race,Land O'Lakes'Travis Nichols ran a personal record 16:04.21 to claim the individual title.Teammate Tyler Stahl took 14th place in 16:54.85.The Gator boys finished 17th out of 27 schools at the event with an average time of 18:02.97. Freedom won the girls invitational team title with an average time of 20:52.99.The Patriots were led by Ashley Smith's 13th-place finish in 20:18.97.Teammates Lauren Arfaras and Annie Tedesco took 26th and 29th, respectively. Steinbrenner's Lauren Garris took third in the girls invitational,running a 19:30.49.The Warriors finished 14th out of 28 schools. Kyle LoJaconoArea runners shine at Pre-State Invitational Saint Leo's Jasmine Johnson, left, and Laura Carstens were recently named SSC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. (Photos by Mike Carlson)Pair of Lions earn SSC honorsThe Saint Leo University (SLU) women's soccer team swept the Sunshine State Conference's (SSC) Player of the Week honors for the week of Oct.3-9,as Jasmine Johnson and Laura Carstens earned offensive and defensive honors,respectively.Johnson,a redshirt senior defender,scored a goal and added an assist in the No.5 Lions' 2-0 victory against previous No.10 Rollins College,an SSC opponent and the top-rated defense in Division II soccer.It was her second goal and fourth assist of the season.Carstens,a goalkeeper,posted two shutouts during the week to keep SLU (121-1) undefeated on the season.She had four saves in a scoreless tie at Nova Southeastern University on Oct.4,and added seven more in the victory against Rollins on Oct.7. It is the second time Carstens has earned the weekly honor this season.The freshman has four shutouts and 40 saves to six goals allowed in 989 minutes on the year. The Lions host SSC rival Florida Southern College on Wednesday,Oct.19 at 7 p.m.for the final home contest of the season. Kyle LoJacono

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Angie Rivera 813-995-0101WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $205,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-50233 PICTURESQUE MANUFACTURED HOME LOTSside by side in Kanawha Village. Septic, well and electric on site. Total Price for all three $45,900! Call Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389 LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3/2/2 home on private cul-de-sac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining, Fenced yard. Was $139,900, now $134,900. Cody Adams 813-909-0712PASCO TRAILS -Country Living at it's Best Beautiful remodeled 4/3.5/2 pool home with loads of closet space. Home sits on over ten acres and has a four stall barn with tac room. $550,000. Call Holly Walton for more details 727-631-2068DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, large view of lake. Beautiful sunsets. Cody Adams 813-909-0712NO NEIGHBORSin back. 1997 3/2 dble wide on 2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Reduced to $87,000! Owner anxious to sell. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-4899LAKE LOT BLOW-OUT BONANZAHALF ACRE ON BIG LAKE THOMASwith dock and well. $164,900 owner financing ready for the boat! Plan today for tomorrow, owner says sell. Call Cody 813-909-0712SKI LAKE SAXON 100 FT Lake Frontage.Lake Padgett Estates $134,900. Call Cody 813-909-0712KING LAKE 120 acre ski lake.One acre on cul-de-sac. Over 150 ft. of lake frontage, gorgeous panoramic view. City water Call Cody 813-909-0712BIG LAKE THOMAS4 acres lake front, dock, power pole, well. Possible multiple home sites with 6 ft black chain link fence. Own your own heavily wooded/secluded estate. $179,900. Call Cody 813-909-0712 VACANT PROPERTYLAND O'LAKES LOT 132 x 123 just $28,000!Septic and well are already on the lot for your new mobile home! Call Faith Garcia at 813-503-6610LAKEFRONT in Land O'Lakes,FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 5 ACRES ON U.S. 41 NORTHwith septic, well, and electric! $139,000. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843 RENTAL PROPERTY1 BR APToff Livingston Ave just inside Pasco County. First or second floor apartment available $650 per month. Call Irving Hernandez 813-843-6026COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEOWN YOUR OWN RESTAURANT ON PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Sticky Fingers Restaurant, Old Florida Style House with wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDPROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE 3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 COMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712GOLF COURSE LOTin Quail Hollow on Country Club Drive. Beautiful treed lot 1+ acres $79,900. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.com"BUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600" CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 21 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comEyes follow Jimmy Stanger whenever he walks on a golf course. His Gaither teammates look to him for leadership.Opponents watch to see if he will ever make a mistake on the links. Spectators gaze in amazement at how he navigates a golf course. Stanger is home schooled but has been on the Gaither boys golf team for the last two years.The junior has been golfing for as long as he can remember,starting around age 5. "I've played pretty much every sport competitively,but now I'm focused on golf," Stanger said."Honestly there is no feeling like hitting a golf ball.Also,being out on a golf course just gives me peace." Stanger has "peace"on the course,but he is not satisfied with his game. "I totally rerouted my swing after last year to try and make it more consistent," Stanger said."It really started to come around this summer. Compared to last year I'm a completely different golfer.A year ago if I shot a good round it felt like I got lucky.Now I feel like I can go low every time,and if I don't it's not because I hit the ball out of bounds." The change has helped Stanger bring his average down to just below 36,which is par for the regular season.He shot a career-low 33 on Oct.10 in a tri-match against Plant and Newsome. Cowboys coach Dwayne Olinger said Stanger's ability to hit fairways and greens has become his greatest strength. "He's extremely accurate,"Olinger said. "You try to explain to the young players how important that is.Sometimes they think about the score and not the process. Jimmy thinks about hitting fairways and greens,and that's why he can make par or under on any hole." Stanger's methods have become an example for his teammates. "He takes the right approach to the game and plays the way you should,"said sophomore Patrick Highland."He's serious every time and plays his heart out.You see a kid play like that and shoots as well as he does,you can't help but want to be like him." Junior Clyde Meadows added,"There have been many times when he's come up to me and said try this.I try it,and it always works.I'm just like son of a gun;thank you Jimmy." Stanger was Gaither's No.1 last year,but he has also had to step up his leadership role after the squad lost four seniors to graduation,including members of the squad's top five Josh Black and Shawn Sirignano. Stanger said he hasn't tried to be a loud, vocal leader because that is not within his personality. "I've actually tried to be quieter and lead by example,"Stanger said."Just talk when I'm needed and focus the rest of the time." The squad is very young,making Stanger's leadership that much more important. "We only have two seniors on the roster and only one has gotten into a match,so because we're so young having a guy like Jimmy is even more important,"Olinger said. "He is unquestionably a leader,"Olinger continued."Not only is he a great player,so everyone on a team would look up to a player with his ability,but he has a good way of dealing with people and leading by example." Meadows said Stanger is one of the most serious people he has met. "A couple days ago we had a tournament rained out,and everyone was just hanging out,and Stanger was off in the corner talking to his dad about his swing,"Meadows said."He's very dedicated to this game.He's never satisfied with what he shoots.He'll shoot a two-under,but he'll still be mad about a couple birdie shots he missed.It amazes me sometimes." Meadows admits it isn't always easy being on a team with a player like Stanger. "I love the guy,but it is very easy to get jealous of him,"Meadows said."You're always comparing yourself to Jimmy Stanger, and you're never as good.Oh I shot a 39,but Jimmy shot 34." Stanger and the Gaither squad played in the Class 2A-District 9 tournament on Monday,Oct.17 at Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club,but results were not available by press time.SPORTS Gaither's ace Jimmy Stanger leading by example Gaither junior Jimmy Stanger's commitment to golf has been an inspiration to his teammates. 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Sunday, November 13 1-5 PM23124 S.R 54 Lutz, FLKMart/Lifestyles PlazaOpen to all: hot rods, classics, customs, muscle cars, streetrods, antiques, customized trucks and odd rodsNAPA AutoZone Advance Auto Unifirst Uniforms The Laker 54 U-Store Heritage Bank The Golden Bangs & Blondes Premier Design Jewelry Complete Care Systems Max Muscle-Wesley ChapelSeaboard Distributors Shoemaker Insurance Safelite Auto Glass Ralph and Patty2nd Annual$5 ENTRY FEE DONATEDTO FLOOD GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH Free hamburgers, hot dogs and soda sponsored by NAPAfor registered vehicles, limit of two food tickets per car $5 entry fee, 100% to benefit Flood Gates Community ChurchGoody bags and dash plaques to the 1st 50 entries3 "Best of Show" trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place by popular vote Award presentations at 4:30 Raffle prizes, Trivia challenge and music 50/50 with proceeds to benefit Flood Gates Community Church Hosted by Paul Figoni of "Lets Roll" promotionsQuestions? Call Ralph 813-416-6216 Sponsored By: Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Uninsured Call for pricesFeet Hurt? Call a PodiatristCall for Appointment.813-406-4806 Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZWhere we keep you a step ahead.William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & Surgery FAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYLOWEREXTREMITYWOUNDCARE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS Now Available from 9am-12pm813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 22 ANG LEE ASHLEY OLSEN BEN STILLER CHEVY CHASE CHOW YUN-FAT CLIVE OWEN DANNY AIELLO DON JOHNSON DORIS DAY EVA GREEN JAY MOHR JET LI JOAN CUSACK JUDE LAW JUDI DENCH LAURA DERN LISA KUDROW LUCY LIU MADONNA MAE WEST MEG RYAN ROB LOWE TEA LEONI THE ROCK TINA FEY GAMES AND PUZZLES Name:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________The Laker / Lutz News Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, Community News Publications, 1930 Land O' Lakes Blvd, Suite 14 Lutz, FL 33549Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEK'S WINNER MILDRED LETT OF LAND O'LAKESSEARCH FOR MOVIE STARS

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS October 19,2011 23 PHCC CELEBRATES PEACE WEEKPasco-Hernando Community College will mark Peace Week with three keynote speakers and an opening ceremony cantor. The events will be Oct.18-20 and Oct.24 at PHCC's West Campus in New Port Richey, East Campus in Dade City,North Campus in Brooksville and its Spring Hill Campus. The opening ceremony will be at 12:40 p.m.Tuesday,Oct.18,with a performance by Cantor Deborah Jacobson.She will perform live at the West Campus and her performance will be telecast at all other campuses. Keynote speaker Edwin Black will present "Nazi Nexus"at 3 p.m.Wednesday,Oct.19, live at the North Campus,with a telecast at all other campuses. Black will present "The Farhud"at 9:30 a.m.on Thursday,Oct.20 and also will present "Internal Combustion"at 2 p.m.the same day at the West Campus. Keynote speaker Eva Mozes Kor,a Holocaust survivor,will present "Surviving Auschwitz and the Mengele Experiments"at 3: 4 5 p.m.Tues d ay,Oct.18 at 3: 4 5 p.m.live at the East Campus,with telecast at all other campuses.Kor will also present "Medical Ethics after Dr.Mengele"at 4:30 p.m.on Wednesday,Oct.19 Rev.Bernard Lafayette will present "Peace and Religion"at 10:30 a.m.on Wednesday, Oct.19 at the West Campus. In addition to keynote presentations, Peace Week will also offer guest lecturers,a sand mandala,exhibits,presentations,interactive workshops,peace and religion festivals, and musical performances. Visit www.phcc.edu/peace for a daily agenda of activities,times and room locations.NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSThe National Merit Scholarship Corporation has released a list of semifinalists in the 2012 national Achievement Scholarship Program.These young men and women now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 800 Achievement Scholarship awards worth more than $2.4 million to be offered next spring.To be considered for a National Achievement Scholarship,semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to become a finalist.About 80 percent of semifinalists are expected to attain finalist standing, an d more t h an h alf of t h e finalists will win one of the scholarships. Finalists from northern Hillsborough, Central Pasco and East Pasco are:Erica A. Patmon,Pasco High;Ifechi N.Akaniru, Steinbrenner High;Crystal M.Fleming, Michael S.Hogan and Shelbie J.Kelly,Freedom High;and,Eric J.Isaac,Wharton High.A VICE PRESIDENTIAL VISITThe children in Kelly Keene's fifth-grade classroom recently had a special guest.Vice President Joe Biden dropped by chat with the kids before heading to a news conference in the school's media center. The kids quizzed Biden on all sorts of stuff.Here's a list of the students who will always be able to say that the vice president of the United States visited their classroom when they were in fifth-grade:Andrew Spina, Sebastian Bence,Genesis Gonzalez,Mitchell Fotheringham,Thomas Walls,Valeria Herrera, Kaylee Gaither,Tucker Tassone,Natalia Rodriguez,Caitlin Swan,Noah Essa,Kalee Crocker,JP Berkman,Brandon Storrs,William Schuller,Joseph Hicks,Rocco Cardinale,Jaden Woodard,Addy Couch,Stefan Simms,Trevor Baker,Jonathan Monsour,Abby McAlpine, Hailee Betz and Ethan Couch. Schools are newsy places. 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klojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner girls golf team defeated Sickles 161-248 at home on Oct.11 to finish the regular season 10-0. You never expect to go undefeated through a regular season,said Warrior coach Mark Mann.I knew we had a good team coming in,it was just going to be a matter of them working hard and making improvements from Day 1. Steinbrenner defeated Gaither,Sickles, Plant and Wharton each twice and also took down Berkeley Preparatory and Freedom once.Two matches were rained out. The Warriors were able to navigate the perfect regular season despite having a number of young players,including five underclassmen to only two seniors.The squad also lost Alex Milan,who won four individual district championships while in high school and played in the state tournament three times. Alex,who was named the All-Laker/AllLutz News Girls Golfer of the Year in 2010, is now playing at Florida State University on a scholarship,but she still has a presence for Steinbrenner. Whenever Im about to putt all I hear is her telling me not to do this wrong or that wrong,said Andi Milan,Alexs sister.So in many ways shes still with me on the golf course. Its been an awesome season.Of course I miss my sister,and it would have been great to have her here for this,but as a team weve just grown together.I cant say enough about what our freshmen have been able to do to help put this team together. Freshman Claire Becker said the closeness of the team is a result of how accepting the seniors have been. Im really surprised actually with how nice they were from the start,Becker said. They could have been mean to the freshmen,but they were awesome.Ive enjoyed every minute playing with them. Fellow freshman Kelsy Holbert added, Its a lot to live up to,because they had a good team last year. The good thing is weve been like a family,and I think that helped us come together.At the beginning of the season I was scared because I didnt know what it was going to be like on a high school team. Now were all so close,and it seems weird that I even felt that way. Senior Michelle Stein said she and senior Sara Bair did everything they could to make the underclassmen feel welcome,including giving them rides to matches and practice, tips on their game and guidance. Both Sara and I tried to go out of our way to show the freshmen we accepted them,Stein said. The final match of the year was made a little sweeter for Stein,as she and Bair attended Sickles (2-6) as freshmen before Steinbrenner opened in 2009. I think that added to the emotions, Stein said.It was definitely surreal.It was a little nerve racking and bittersweet walking that last hole.It was sad,but I was also happy because Ive come this far. Mann also coached at Sickles for four seasons before coming to Steinbrenner three years ago.It is the first time one of his teams has finished the regular season without a loss in his seven years coaching high school golf.The squad went 10-2 last year beforeLutz NewsLutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA Call AttorneyJIMHOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured PeopleHOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at LawI Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Pink Lotus team strives to stop cancerPatricia Jauregui is surrounded by her team, the Pink Lotus Warriors. The 15-year-old and her supporters will be participating in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer on Saturday, Oct. 22 at The Shops at Wiregrass. The noncompetitive walk celebrates breast cancer survivors and saves lives by helping people stay well, get well and by finding cures and fighting back. Jauregui recently noted her one wish for Christmas: to get healthy. Big Frog of Wesley Chapel, in Lutz, is selling T-shirts designed by Patricias sister to help the team with its fundraising efforts. (Photo by Elena McCullough of www.OurtownFLA.com)US 41 lanes reopenklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) completed railroad repairs in Lutz that forced two of the three northbound lanes of US 41 to close for five days last week.FDOT public information officer Kris Carson said the right two lanes were closed in the area around Debuel Road in order to repair the track where it crosses US 41. All three northbound lanes reopened on Oct.15.It was routine repairs that are needed every few years, Carson said.Everything went as planned,and there should be no more delays.Carson said the tracks need repair because of strain from vehicles that drive across the tracks.For more information on FDOT projects, visit www.dot.state.fl.us. Steinbrenner senior Michelle Stein wipes away a tear seconds after sinking the final putt of the last match of the 2011 regular season. The Warriors went 10-0 during the year. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Warrior girls golf rosterSara Bair,Sr. Michelle Stein,Sr. Brooke Deal,So. Andi Milan,So. Hannah Crosby,Fr. Claire Becker,Fr. Kelsy Holbert,Fr.Steinbrenner completes perfect seasonCommunity gears up for Swamp Festbcmanion@cnewspubs.comVolunteers are still needed to help with the Land OLakes 2011 Swamp Fest,a community event hosted by the Land OLakes High School Booster Club. Were very,very dependent on volunteers,said Doug Hutchinson,who is co-chairing the event with Mike Conner. The festival is slated for Friday-Sunday, Nov.4-6 at the Land OLakes Community Center,5401 Land OLakes Blvd. The event aims to bring the community together and serve as a fundraiser for many different causes at the same time, Hutchinson said. Various venues are selling wristbands in advance of the event,Hutchinson said. Buying early is a good deal,he said, noting the wristbands are $12 in advance and $20 during the event. The midway is being handled by W.G. Wade Shows.It will feature 22 rides,14 or 15 games and seven or eight food venZachary Poole of Land OLakes rides around a carousel in a pink whale at a previous Swamp Fest. (File photo, www.OurtownFLA.com)

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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 Trinity Memorial Gardens(727) 376-7824 (813) 920-4241 www.TrinityMemorial.com SR 54 4 Miles East of Little Road Cemetery Mausoleum Cr ematory Funeral Home INDEPENDENTLY & LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATEDPre-planning available offering great savingsbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIt isnt even Halloween yet,but workers at Helping Hands Pantry are already starting to worry that they wont have enough food in their cupboard to help families in need during the holidays. Like many individuals and companies,the community food bank headquartered at Atonement Lutheran Church of Wesley Chapel is taking a hit from the tough economy. Some of the people and organizations that have helped in the past cant do so this year,said Yvette Williams,assistant director of the food pantry.So,the organization is planning a couple of events aimed at drumming up some support. It will host a Trunk-A-Treat on Sunday,Oct.23 to solicit donations to help provide food for Thanksgiving dinners.It also is hosting a Help Stock our Shelves Pancake Breakfast and Fall Festival on Saturday,Nov.12. Proceeds from those events will support the purchase of turkeys for holiday dinners. The need is enormous,Williams said. When we first opened,we had about 50 recipients,Williams said,noting the food pantry started up in March 2009. Now,she said,were averaging anywhere from 190 to 200 families. The pantry provides families a two-day supply of food,and during 2010 it distributed about 283,850 pounds of food to more than 8,213 families,representing a total of 26,866 people. When we opened,we thought we would be helping the homeless,she said. But it turns out that homeless people dont come to the pantry much because they need a ride to get there. So,weve been having people come because theyve lost their jobs,or had their salary or hours cut,Williams said. Its really heart-wrenching because of the different stories you hear,Williams said. We have families that are combining. One might have lost the house and they move in with their relative or friends. You find out that because a husband has lost a job,its humiliating for them to come in for help,she added.Its so sad when you see a man cry. The food pantry does all it can to make people feel welcome and to ensure they are treated with dignity and respect,she said. Our volunteers are quick to give you a kind word.Give you a hug,if you need it.By the time they walk through these doors, they feel better. We try to make it very pleasant,she said.It could be any one of us.Some of the people that the food pantry helps end up becoming volunteers,she said.There are also a large number of community groups,local businesses,schools and about 200 individual volunteers who provide donations and volunteer help,she said. But the organization still has many needs. We are trying to get a walk-in freezer,if anyone knows of one and wants to donate it to us,give us a call,she said. We can always use volunteers.We need men to help move stuff,to put stuff back, she said. The food pantry also needs donations of various foods,including canned fruits and vegetables,boxes of cereal,spaghetti sauce, peanut butter and jelly and other foods. It can especially use donations of quart and gallon plastic bags,so it doesnt have to buy them,Williams said. The plastic bags are used to provide servings of cereal and other foods,she said. We dont give a box of cereal unless its a big family,she said.However,she added, We try to give a littlewhen they can. The organization also provides school supplies and holiday presents for children. Its never too early to start shopping for those holiday gifts,she added.If they want to start Christmas shopping for kids,they can just bring it (present) by any day. Williams said she has been touched by the kind hearts in the community. A group of kindergarteners from a Montessori school in Wesley Chapel came by to tour the food pantry,Williams said. After they visited,they decided they wanted to help. They had a bake sale and gave us close to $500,she said. The pantry welcomes donations of all sizes. Were grateful for anything that we get, she said. Anyone who wants to help can bring his or her donations to the church office,which is open from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Monday through Friday.If they want to help pay for holiday turkeys,they can make their checks out to Helping Hands Pantry. The food pantry is open on Wednesdays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.For more information, call the church at (813) 973-2211. Yvette Williams (left) is assistant director of Helping Hands Pantry and Carla Haberland is the director. The food pantry provided food for nearly 27,000 people last year. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Helping Hands Pantry stocking up for holidays Trunk-A-TreatWhen: Sunday,Oct.23,5-8 p.m.What: Cars will be decorated and children will be able to trick-or-treat from the trunks of cars.Participants are asked to bring canned goods to help stock the Atonement Lutheran Food Pantry so it can stock up to help families in need.The items will be used to help provide a nice Thanksgiving for families in need and to help stock the pantry.The event also will showcase the churchs ministries.Where: 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel Pancake Breakfast and Fall FestivalWhen: Saturday,Nov.12,8 a.m.-2 p.m.What: Sausage,eggs,pancakes,coffee and juice.Lots of games,music,activities,a car show,dunk the pastor and other fun. Participants are asked to bring canned goods to help those in need.Where: 29617 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel

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Republican National Committee rules state only Iowa,New Hampshire,Nevada and South Carolina can have primaries/caucuses before March 6.Florida Republicans lost half of their convention delegates because of the move in 2008.Tampa is hosting the national convention next year. Land OLakes resident Marcus Toms said he thinks the move is good even if delegates are lost. Florida is important and should have a big say in who runs for president,Toms said.Most of the time whoever Florida voters choose is who becomes president. Odessa resident Marla Black had a different opinion. I think the primaries are too early as it is,Black said.States keep jumping over each other to be first.Just have them all on the same day. While the move may violate GOP rules, local supervisors of elections do not see any problems with the early date at least in terms of execution.We will be ready to go,said Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley.We were waiting for the date and now that we have it we can work with that as the deadline.Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Earl Lennard added,That shouldnt be a problem. Corley said the nearly 80 changes to the election code offered a bigger challenge than the move.He stressed there are a few changes voters will see starting in January. First early voting is only eight days now instead of 14,Corley said.The early voting dates for the presidential primary are Jan. 21-28. The other big change is if you have moved to another county,say from Hillsborough to Pasco,you need to contact the Supervisor of Elections Office before the vote to get a change of address confirmed. We dont want people to miss out on voting because they dont know this new law. As Florida pushes its presidential primary forward,a battle is brewing in the GOP for the right to oppose President Barack Obama in November 2012.Top Republican contenders include Mitt Romney,Herman Cain and Rick Perry.For more information about Pasco elections, call (813) 929-2788 or visit pascovotes.com.In Hillsborough,visit votehillsborough.org.klojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco tax collector Mike Olson has run unopposed by Republican competition for the county post the last 16 years,but Ed Blommel is ending that streak.Blommel,62,has lived in Pasco his entire life.He has worked 40 years with Tampa Electric Company (TECO),spending the last 17 as the regional manager for before retiring in 2009.Blommel said his plan to run for the position has nothing to do with Mike Olson being the only Democrat in an elected office in Pasco.Instead,he said it is time for a new set of eyes and earsrunning the post. Its time for someone to have a fresh look at the services and how they are provided,Blommel said.Bring new ideas and to add enhancements to the services that are now being provided.Its time to bring business leadership from the private industry to build on county services.Its time to focus more on services than on government. Blommel is a graduate of Pasco High,as well as Pasco-Hernando Community College and the University of South Florida.He is also a member of the Dade City Rotary Club and the Dade City and Wesley Chapel chambers of commerce,while volunteering with the United Way,Habitat for Humanity,Pasco Economic Development Council and Pasco Public Education Foundation to name a few. Blommel was most recently appointed to the Pasco County Housing Authoritys board of directors by Gov.Rick Scott.I have a passion for people and a strong desire to serve them, Blommel said.If you look at my past history over the last 17 years,it demonstrates both my willingness and my ability to provide service and leadership to Pasco County.If elected,Blommel said he has no plans for sweeping changes with the office,but favors tweakingit mainly with technology upgrades to improve customer service. If you look throughout the county,the tax office serves the most people of any office or department in Pasco,Blommel said. Olson,66,has been the county tax collector since 1981.He said 99 percent of the more than 100,000 customer comments his office has received during his tenure state the service offered as good or excellent. Olson said he has been on the forefront of upgrading technology with the office,including adding a new cashier system and software to make processing quicker. I know what our customers think, Olson said.Ive been doing this for a long time,and I dont think the people would keep electing me if I didnt listen to them. The tax collectors office processes property tax payments,provides businesses with tax receipts,sells hunting and fishing licenses and handles new driver licenses and vehicle tag registrations within the county. Ed Blommel Mike OlsenCompetition for Pasco tax collector postBryan Williams has filed to run for the Pasco School District boards District 2 seat, according to records with the countys supervisor of elections office.The spot represents most of the central portions of the county,including Land OLakes. The seat is currently occupied by Joanne Hurley.Williams files for school board Florida will have its presidential primary vote on Jan. 31. (File photo) Pasco early voting sitesLand O Lakes Branch Library, 2818 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes New River Branch Library, 34043 SR 54 in Zephyrhills East Pasco Government Center, 14236 Sixth St.in Dade City West Pasco Government Center, 8731 Citizens Drive in New Port Richey South Holiday Branch Library, 4649 Mile Stretch Drive in Holiday Hudson Regional Library, 8012 Library Road in HudsonHillsborough early voting sitesJimmie B.Keel Regional Library, 2902 West Bearss Ave.in Lake Magdalene New Tampa Regional Library, 10001 Cross Creek Blvd.in New Tampa Fred B.Karl County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd.in Tampa Robert L.Gilder Elections Service Center, 2514 N.Falkenburg Road in Tampa Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloomingdale Ave.in ValricoC.Blythe Andrews Jr.Public Library, 2607 East Drive Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in TampaJan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 South Manhattan Ave.in Tampa North Tampa Branch Library, 8916 North Blvd.in Tampa Plant Citys city hall, 302 West Reynolds St.in Plant City Riverview Branch Library, 10509 Riverview Drive in Riverview SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way in Ruskin Temple Terrace Public Library, 202 Bullard Parkway in Temple Terrace Town N Country Regional Public Library, 7606 Paula Drive in Tampa West Tampa Branch Library, 2312 West Union St.in Tampa Upper Tampa Bay Regional Public Library, 11211 Countryway Blvd.in Tampa Pasco registration statistics* Republicans: 114,628 Democrats: 106,456 Others: 75,031 *As of Sept.30Hillsborough registration statistics*Democrats: 281,575 Republicans: 227,035 Others: 166,424 *As of Sept.30

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS bcmanion@cnewspubs.comA childrens outreach group is staging will raise money so it can help more kids who often fall through the cracks. The Childrens Outreach Program Effort, which is affiliated with the Wesley Chapel SeventhDay Adventist Church, has amassed an eclectic collection of items to sell at its auction on Nov. 6. Theres a boat, a Jacuzzi, quilts and antique picture frames and furniture. Theres wedgewood, carnival glass and crystal. Theres a rug shampooer, a Singer sewing machine, golf clubs, lamps, collectibles, appliances, jewelry, coins, watches and tools. One gentleman cleared out his tool business and donated a lot of items to the auction, said Janet Chubinsky, director of the volunteer childrens outreach group. Weve got 1,000 sockets, she said, shes hoping those and other tools will attract people with a mechanical bent. There are gift certificates, as well to local restaurants, golf courses and salons. Those can be a good bargain, Chubinsky noted. The church helps children in need throughout East Pasco County. This is the first year its COPE outreach program is having an auction, but if things go well, it will become an annual event, Chubinsky said. The group provides new shoes, new clothing, medicine, food, toys and support services to children in need. Group members also make pajama bottoms, which are donated to hospitals, to help provide comfort and dignity to children. The program often helps the children who fall through the cracks, said Chubinsky, who organized similar auctions when she lived in Tennessee. One child the group is helping is an infant that requires special formula because her mother used drugs during her pregnancy. Two others are children of a single mom who cant afford to buy new clothing for her son or diapers for her baby, Chubinsky said.The group, which began serving East Pasco children in May 2010, is helping about 25 kids now. Its goal is to double that number, Chubinsky said.The organization aims to supply each child it helps with at least three changes of clothing and one new pair of shoes. In addition to the clothing, the organization provides toiletries and hygiene items as needed, offer a Bible and will provide a blanket and stuffed toy when necessary. The group also provides school supplies, when resources permit. In addition to raising money that will be spent directly on children, the group is also hoping to use some of the proceeds to help purchase a building. The program has outgrown the trailer it has been using and needs to find a building to provide office space and storage, Chubinsky said. The auction is being conducted by Evan Minck, a professional auctioneer who has donated his services. There will likely be some very good bargains, Chubinsky said. Our auctioneer said that everything will go. Some of the box lots, we might only get a dollar or three dollars, but they will go. We dont want anything left out there, Chubinsky said. And, besides bidding on items, patrons can grab a bite to eat. Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soft drinks and baked goods also will be available for purchase, Chubinsky said. Chubinsky said the organization hopes to raise at least $6,000 from the event. The group is still accepting donated items to sell, and Chubinsky is grateful for the communitys generosity to date. God has blessed us, she said. Were 100 percent volunteers, so all of the money goes to the children.Church auction aims to help East Pasco children in need These Children Outreach Program Effort volunteers play a vital role in helping children in East Pasco who might otherwise fall through the cracks. The volunteers, from left to right are: Lucille Thomas, Harley Thomas, Nel Gato, Janet Chubinsky, Della Molton, George Harlan and Esther Vance. (Photos by B.C. Manion) How you can helpDonate food, new shoes, clothing, material and elastic for pajama bottoms, thread, ribbon, new toys, games, cash. Become a volunteer Provide dental and medical services Provide a space which the program can use for an office and for storage. For more information, call Janet Chubinsky at (352) 668-4397 or Naomi Philipp at (13) 395-6084 Charity AuctionWhen: Sunday, Nov. 6; Preview begins at 11 a.m.; auction starts at 1 p.m. and continues everything is sold. Where: Wesley Chapel Seventh Day Adventist Church, 33520 SR 54 in Zephyrhills Hot dogs, nachos and cheese, soda and baked goods also will be available for purchase. Many items, like this wedgewood clock, will be up for auction at an event thats bound to have many bargains, says Janet Chubinsky, one of the events organizers.

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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. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Writer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATT MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com GENA CROWDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Former U.S. Army Major Free Consultation813.929.6789www.WesleyChapelLawGroup.com McBat h h La w w Firm , P.A.Wesle y y Chapel 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate?klojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City now has a noninvasive surgical option to treat acid reflux disease,the most common cause of heartburn.The new procedure,called Trans-oral Incisionless Fundoplication (TIF), is being used by Dr.Pandurangan Krishnaraj,a general surgeon,and Dr.Soloman Singh,a gastroenterologist.Pasco Regional is the first east Pasco County hospital to offer TIF. The TIF procedure can significantly improve quality of life for our patients,Krishnaraj said. (Reflux) is an anatomical problem which needs an anatomical solution.Reflux medications like PPIs (proton pump inhibitors) can help relieve patientsheartburn symptoms but dont solve the underlying anatomical problems or prevent further disease progression.Even on PPIs,many patients are still unable to eat the foods they want or have to sleep sitting up to reduce nighttime reflux.Krishnaraj also said new studies suggest long-term use of such PPIs can lead to problems absorbing minerals from food such as calcium.Such medications are not needed after TIF treatment. After the TIF procedure,clinical trials show that most patients can eat and drink foods they avoided for many years, Krishnaraj said.Reflux no longer impacts their life like it previously did. The TIF procedure is based on established principles of surgical repair of the anti-reflux barrier,except it is performed within the body by going through the patients mouth.The procedure creates a valve between the stomach and esophagus,which restores the natural way the body prevents the reflux of acid into the esophagus. The procedure is still relatively new but has been widely used during the last few years and has resulted in no long-term problems in patients. Acid reflux is a very common problem, affecting about 60 million Americans each year,according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention records. Recent studies of the TIF procedure have shown that it can reduce patientsdependency on medications with 79 percent of patients remaining off their daily medications after two years and experiencing a dramatic improvement in their quality of life,Singh said.We are very excited to be able to offer our patients the same incredible benefits of more invasive procedures,but without incisions. Along with eliminating the discomfort of heartburn,the noninvasive nature of TIF allows people to recover from surgery faster because there is no incision,not even the relatively small cut needed for laparoscopic surgery.The fact that TIF requires no cutting of the skin and muscle is a relatively new step in surgery.Laparoscopic procedures,while minimally invasive,still create a small incision in order to complete such an operation. Typical laparoscopic procedures create several seven-millimeter-long incisions.Such surgeries also expose the body to the outside air.None of these aspects are part of TIF.For more information on the procedure, call Pasco Regional at (352) 521-1100 or visit www.pascoregionalmc.com. Dr. Soloman Singh Dr. Pandurangan KrishnarajHospital attacks acid reflux disease

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Stemler,who lives in Dade City,was delighted to have that option. I was very,very pleased,she said.The fact that I could come home and not have to go somewhere else when I left the hospital was important to me. She turned to the service to help her with practical matters. I had them come basically for the mornings,she said.They helped her with sponge baths,cleaning chores and preparing meals. One gal,M.J.,when she finished helping me she went into the kitchen,cleaned my cupboards,my refrigerator stuff I hadnt done.I was in a lot of pain for the two months before I had surgery.She really went above and beyond. Stemler only used the service for five or six days,but she was pleased she could go home immediately from the hospital. The good thing is,youre home.I like my own home.Im more comfortable in my own surroundings,said Stemler,while sitting in her home,surrounded by artwork and photographs on the wall and other personal mementoes. Michele and Lynelle Bonneville are coowners of Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco,which is based at 29149 Chapel Park Drive in Wesley Chapel. The companys service area is bounded by US 41 on the west and by county lines on the east,north and south.Another franchise office Home Instead Senior Care West Pasco,is owned by Joy and Howard Cook, and serves people living in Pasco County west of US 41. Michele said her business service ranges from as little as one day a week for three hours to 24 hours a day,seven days a week. The rates vary.In general,the rate ranges from $17.75 an hour for a homemaker companion to $200 for a 12-hour shift. Michele,a former nurse practitioner and pharmaceutical sales representative,said she had retired from those professions and was looking for something new. She attended a franchise expo in Miami where she found out about Home Instead and knew immediately it was the niche for her. As Americas population ages,these kinds of services will become increasingly important,Michele said. About 5.3 million Americans were afflicted by Alzheimers,according to 2010 statistics compiled by the Alzheimers Association.Michele said she was drawn to the franchise because of its solid track record and reputation but was also attracted by its mission. Its like a calling,because I do want to change the face of aging,Michele said. In addition to her medical background, she also has a degree in anthropology. I have been around the world,and I have seen other cultures,she said. She understands why extended families are so important in helping a society to function,she said.But it (the extended family) is fractured in our society. The majority of her clients are people between the ages of 45 and 65 who are the children of seniors and who live far away, Michele said. They know their parents need care,but they are not here to provide it,she said. We provide peace of mind.I provide updates,little progress reports.Lots of times its good news and sometimes its with concerns,Well,we see this happening,maybe we should think about this. In some cases,her staff can provide an alert that can lead to an earlier diagnosis and intervention,Michele said. We have one client,I see signs of dementia,but shes never been diagnosed with it and shes not on medication. I had a talk with her daughter,and shes now going to ask her physician to work her mom up. As people age,their memory can fade. We lose our sense of time,Michele said. It becomes hard to discern different days of the week and times of the day.The biggest impact it has is on their medication regimen. Either they dont take their medications or some days they will double or triple up, and it ends up in a hospital admission. Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco provides medication reminders. We do focus on the client.We dont go in and do the tasks,like make the meals for them.If we can,we keep the client engaged as much as possible.Come,help me fix lunch.Come help me fix dinner. Well snap beans together or fold laundry together,she said. If the client cant perform a household task,her staff will do it for them. We will clean,do the laundry for them, strip the beds.They dont have the strength to strip the beds or vacuum sometimes. Theyll transport clients to doctors appointments and go in with them to see the doctor,taking notes to pass along to family members. Sometimes there is clutter in the house, there are papers everywhere.We may sit down and help them get them organized or work with a family member to get them organized. Soon,the company will be launching an Alzheimers program. Theres a huge need to help caregivers learn how to cope with that,she said.We will be offering family training for the community for free,she said. Michele has hired about 25 part-time employees to serve her companys clients.Each of those employees has undergone a background check and a motor vehicle records check.They also undergo a drug and alcohol screening and are subject to random tests. The company provides training for its staff,Michele said. She has identified the most important qualities she looks for in a prospective employee. They have to have a caring heart and they have to be reliable and dependable, Michele said. Home Instead Senior CareEast Pasco: (813) 991-7524 West Pasco: (727) 845-5819Senior care business motto: Theres no place like home Michele Bonneville is co-owner of the Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco, along with her daughter, Lynelle. The company wants to help seniors remain in their homes. (Photos by B.C. Manion) When Shirley Stemler was recovering from a total hip replacement, she turned to Home Instead Senior Care East Pasco for help, so she could return home after her surgery, instead of going to an assisted care facility.

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Susan 610-0243 RENTALS Main 813-949-7444Espaol813-417-3529Toll Free800-922-5943 www.DennisRealty.com Mint condition!Move in ready 4/3/2 w screened pool on conservation lot in a gated community. Formal living/dining, large kitchen w custom 42" cabinets & Corian counters and new stainless steel appliances. Large family room overlooking pool. Extended garage. Only $215k.(hel)Indian Lakes! Impressive 3/3/2 on XL corner lot in gated community. Large formal living room w 10ft tray ceiling & adjoining formal diningroom. Roomy master suite w walk in closet. Spacious kitchen w all appliances & breakfast nook. W/D incl. Screened lanai. No CDD. $149k. (can) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $279.9k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $214k.(ged) Tierra Del Sol!Beautiful 4/3/2 with 3 way split floor plan. Huge gourmet kitchen w 42" wood cabinets, Corian counters & stainless appliances. XL master suite. Screened lanai w conservation views! One year home warranty included. Low HOA & no CDD. $155k. (see) Two for One!Upgraded 3/2 main house w attached, fully equipped guest cottage!EZ care wood laminate flooring, crown molding & bead board trim. Many NEW items such as toilets, septic drain field, fresh paint inside & out, water filtration system, well pump & more. Must see! $184,990.(bar)Need space?Two mobile homes on beautiful 1.83 acre tree shaded lot. Double wide mobile in front is perfect for rental or in laws. Back mobile is spacious 1512 sq ft. Room for RV and boat.Large detached workshop/garage in back. This is a must see property. Price reduced to $85k. In law suite!Custom 4/3/3 +pool/spa w in-law quarters which are incorporated into main house & include a bedroom, glamour bath & 12x17 sitting room w sliders to pool & patio. Great room w corner fireplace & vaulted ceiling. Conservation lot.No CDD or HOA.$275k.(red)Wesley Chapel!1998 built 3/2 manufactured home on over 3 acres. Huge open kitchen, spacious family room w fireplace & master suite w garden tub. Large open deck in front, private driveway with gate, dog house, room for pool & horses, RV or boats ok! $135k.(pea) Willow Bend!Move in ready 3/2/2 on conservation lot. Laminate wood & tile floors. You'll love the XL screened patio, sunroom w tile flooring, inside laundry, sitting room off master & more. Open kitchen/family combo and formal living/dining combo. No CDD & low HOA. $175k.(ste) New Port Richey! Adorable 3/2/1 home on corner lot w recent updates including NEW: carpet & ceiling fans in all bedrooms, interior paint, stove & hood as well as updated bathrooms. Great open floor plan with a large living room, family room & kitchen.Move in ready. $69.9k. (lan)Sun City Center! Maintenance Free 2/2/1 w screened lanai & nature views. Popular split bedroom floor plan includes large, open kitchen w breakfast bar.Oversized master suite. Active Adult community features Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Pools, Recreation & more. $80k.(nan) Got horses?This 5 acre fully fenced Spring Hill property offers a spacious 3/2/2 home along w the quiet sounds of nature & total privacy.Open floor plan w laminate wood floors throughout living areas & impressive wood burning fireplace, updated kitchen & more. $295k. (mcm)Dade City! Spacious 2/2 mobile home w 2 car carport on half acre. Beautiful countryside views. Open floor plan w kitchen overlooking dining room. Large utility workshop, two screened patios, new carpeting, NEW 13sr 2.5 ton Trane AC & newer hot water heater!!Horses ok! $38.9k.(riv) Exceptional!Custom built 4/2.5/2 home on over 1 acre just 10 minutes from I-75!Beautiful home offers private office & features galore...central vac, crown molding, 600' wraparound covered porch, wood burning fireplace & so much more. Ask about more land too! $320k. (dar) Lake Magdalene Area!Don't miss out on this cute 3/2/2 on large corner lot w beautiful new lawn & mature landscaping located in highly desirable area. Over 1500 sf of living space inside & extra storage including spacious utility shed in partially fenced backyard. No HOA. $142.9k (lan)Hillsborough River! Cute 2/1 bungalow w/in minutes of Busch Gardens & Community park. Fenced yard is ideal for pets. Nestled under towering oaks, this home is situated directly on the river. With a little TLC, this can be a great investment or rental property. No HOA. $54.9k. 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Zoned for MH. Utilities in place $25k. Patti Webster 310-0215WC area! Almost 1 ac. near 54 w/school zoning. Reduced to $139kOwner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Lutz. 2982 sf. $328k. Call Mark Willett 731-1516 Warehouse/Office Hwy 54 in Lutz.7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k. Mark Willett 731-1516. Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k. Mark Willett 731-1516 LAND & COMMERCIAL1022 Land O Lakes Blvd. Lutz, FL 33549(at the corner of US41 & County Line Road) Property Management Services 813-949-5842 LAND O LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL CALL 949-7444 x100 On Target for You813-994-3328 Call 813-949-5842 Property Managers Available Now!Thinking of Renting? 813-310-7402Call today for a complimentary consultationThinking of Selling? 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS President of GFWC Angie Carter of Wesley Chapel and Vice President of fund raising Karin Damico of Lutz setup a tent in the park and offer some of their homemade cake pops. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)Shoppers find bargains at Lutz market Caitlin McCreary of Lutz helps her mom Virna, the business manager for womens fragrances at Nordstrum, assist customer Betty Woehlk of Lutz on a new perfume of choice. Mother/owner Janet Santman and daughter Brittany of Lutz show off their handcrafted jewelry at the old Lutz school at Saturdays craft show. Halloween was more than two weeks away, but the Lutz market had the holiday displayed in full force on Oct. 15. An assortment of jewelry is shown at the Lutz market on Oct. 15. PreK-High School College/Adult OF TUTORINGwith this ad1 FREE WEEK EDUCATION & ACTIVITIES New CustomerSAVINGSfor Your Business!Place your ad in theEducation & Activities DirectoryTODAYand we willDOUBLEits size atNO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!**12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. No other discounts apply.New clients only.(813) 909-2800 gcrowder@cnewspubs.com TheLAKER/ LutzNEWS 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests$75.00(reg. $149)offer expires 10-31-11MakeThis A Great School Year!Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing Study Skills SAT/ACT Prep Homework Edge

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Expires 10/31/11 Florida looks to protect infants from prescription abuseklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida Legislature is creating a task force unlike any other to combat prescription drug abuse in the state. The statewide group will examine the effects on newborn babies of mothers who abused prescription pain pills while carrying a child.This causes the infant to become addicted to the drugs. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi said the goal of the force is to not only understand the scope of the problem,but also the cost of caring for such infants dealing with neonatal withdrawal,the long-term effects and identifying ways to prevent abuse by expectant mothers. I have seen firsthand the most vulnerable victims of prescription drug abuse,and we must do everything we can to protect these newborns,Bondi said.A thorough examination of this emerging problem now will help us develop sound prevention strategies for the future. No estimates exist to measure the number of babies born in Florida with an addiction to prescription drugs,but those who work in neonatal units have noticed an increase. Dr.Kenneth Solomon,neonatologist and director of the neonatal intensive care unit of St.Josephs Womens Hospital in Tampa, said the facility has seen an increase in the number of newborns suffering from withdrawal. Solomon said neonatal withdrawal syndrome is a collection of problems that will occur in a newborn that has been exposed to addictive drugs while in the womb. Symptoms of withdrawal include:fever, seizures,blotchy skin,incessant shrill cries, respiratory problems and extreme sensitivity to sounds and light. The Tampa Bay area has become one of the epicenters for the prescription drug abuse problem in the state.The Florida Medical Examiners Commissions statistics show that of the 2,710 deaths attributed to prescription drug abuse last year,1,150 were from people in Pasco,Hillsborough or Pinellas counties. If this epidemic is not slowed,and then reversed,the risk to the well-being of women and their children and medical costs associated with expectant mothers and newborns will continue to rise,Bondi said. Solomon will help the task force by contributing data and experience gained while working with infants going through withdrawal. At St.Josephs Womens Hospital,we are working to provide the necessary newborn infant treatment while educating parents about the special needs of these babies, Solomon said.Were eager to collaborate on local and statewide initiatives that target maternal early identification and provide prenatal treatment that can help prevent needless suffering.Darkest side of pain pill problem PROMPT SAME DELIVERY OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY FLAT-RATE PRICING NO HIDDEN COSTSRECYCLING PROGRAMSConcrete, Wood, Paper & TiresLand O Lakes Lutz Odessa, Keystone Volunteer Fire Dept. Hale Rd.(Behind Circle K on US 41) Community Center US 41 Across From LOL Post Office Recycling Center5710 Land O Lakes Blvd.First United Methodist Church6209 Land O Lakes Blvd.Keystone United Methodist Church 16301 Racetrac Rd. Keystone Presbyterian 7509 Van Dyke Rd. All Saints Lutheran 5315 Van Dyke Rd. Faith Lutheran Church 2703 N.Florida Ave.USF,Sycamore Dr.Carrollwood Temple Terrace Tims Presbyterian Sunset Rd.E.of 41 Lutz Womens Club Lutz Lake Fern Rd.(behind fire station)NEWSPAPERRECYCLING DROP-OFF SITES CLOSE TO YOU! REDUC E E REUS E E RECYCLE State-of-the-art Shredding Machine On-site or bring to us Customized plans for a daily, weekly, or monthly schedule ROLL OFF CONTAINERS RECYCLINGFAST FACT Homeowners Businesses Commercial Renovations Roof Tear-Offs 20,30,40,Yard Sizes Keep your business YOUR BUSINESS!SECURE DOCUMENTSHREDDING813-996-55305710 Land OLakes Blvd. A single quart of motor oil disposed of improperly contaminates up to 2,000,000 gallons of water Members of the task forceFlorida Attorney General Pam Bondi Florida Surgeon General Dr.Frank Farmer Elizabeth Dudek,Secretary,Florida Agency for Health Care Administration Secretary Gerald Bailey,Commissioner,Florida Department of Law Enforcement

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Free Community LecturesLearn the importance of early detection. Do you know your family history and the right questions to ask? Are you doing a monthly self-exam and doing it right? Why does a mammogram matter? Join breast cancer survivor Shelby Coriaty and learn why all of this matters. 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 STIHL has you coveredwith protective apparel and accessories. THIS SEASON I WANT SOMETHINGRELIABLE STIHLusa.comAvailable at participating dealers while supplies last. 2011 STIHL$00000FS 45 TRIMMEREasy-to-use, well-balanced trimmer for homeowner use MS 170 CHAIN SAWDesigned for occasional wood-cutting tasks around the home Bar lengths may vary by region. Proven handheld blower at an affordable price BG 55 HANDHELD BLOWER$00000 $00000 ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. Dale Mabry Lutz, FL33548(813) 949-1384 or (813) 949-3963 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am 5:30pm $179.95 $149.95 $159.95 Land OLakes First United Methodist Church hosts its annual Fall Family Event on Oct.22 from 4-5:30 p.m.All ages are welcome to the free festival featuring Trunk-R-Treat Street,games,food and a bounce house.Costumes are welcome. Land OLakes First United Methodist is at 6209 Land OLakes Blvd.For more information,visit www.lolumc.org.St.Timothy Parish Family Fun Festival will happen on Saturday,Oct.22 and Sunday, Oct.23.There will be food,games and other entertainment.St.Timothy Catholic Church is located at 17512 Lakeshore Road in Lutz.For more information,visit www.sainttims.org or call (813) 968-1077.LifeChoices Womens Care will hold 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,contact GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org, call (813) 948-7734 or contact Tom Beach directly at (813) 333-3543.Harvesters Eighth Annual Fall Festival/Vendor Craft Sale is Saturday,Oct. 22 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.The special guest this year is Silly Samwho will be doing two shows at 10:45 a.m.and 1:00 p.m.The day includes a variety of free games and activities for the entire family including bounce houses,pony rides,face painting and a caricature artist.Refreshments will be available for purchase.Harvester United Methodist Church is located at 2432 Collier Parkway in Land OLakes.For more information,contact the church office at (813) 948-2311 or visit http://www.harvesterumc.org.A performance of Judgment House:59 minutes,a walk-through drama,will be presented at First Baptist Church of Lutz, 18116 US 41 in Lutz on Oct.28,29 and 30 and Nov.4,5 and 6.Times are Fridays 7-10 p.m.,Saturdays 6-10 p.m.and Sundays 5-9 p.m.Walk-ins are welcomed,but reservations are recommended for large groups.A $3 donation is requested.For more information,call (813) 949-7495.The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is hosting its Fall Bazaar on Saturday,Oct. 22 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.located at the Suncoast Meadows Professional Park on SR 54 east of the Suncoast Parkway.There will be a minimal charge for food and drinks. For more information about the bazaar,or to set up a booth,contact the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce at (813) 909-2722.The second annual Pigz in HHills BBQ and Blues Festival will take place on Saturday, Oct.29 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.There will be a sanctioned barbecue cook-off,blues music, childrens activities,vendors,a classic car show and arts and crafts.There will also be $6,000 in cash prizes.The festivities will happen at Krusen Field,4626 Krusen Field Road in Zephyrhills.Admission is $5 and kids 12 and younger get in free.For more information,contact (813) 782-1913. The Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land OLakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway in Land OLakes,is presenting an automotive repair and maintenance class on Monday,Oct.24 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.The class will go over braking systems performance and replacement.The cost is $8 per class.For more information,call (813) 929-1220.East-West Animal Hospital is hosting a complimentary seminar on senior pet healthcare on Saturday,Oct.22 from 1011:30 a.m.The lecture will be presented by Adrianna Odachowski,DVM. Complimentary refreshments and snacks will be provided.Call ahead to reserve your spot,as seating is limited.East-West Animal Hospital is located at 1524 Land OLakes Blvd.in Lutz.Call (813) 948-6534 for a medical appointment or tour.The Land OLakes Girl Scouts will conduct their annual recruitment fair from 10 a.m.noon on Saturday,Oct.22 at The Harvester United Methodist Churchs Fall Festival, 2432 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes. People interested in volunteering, becoming a leader,or registering as a Girl Scout are encouraged to stop by.The cost to register as a Girl Scout is $12 per person for a one-year membership.Volunteers are needed in October in preparation for a haunted house sponsored by the Pasco County Parks and Recreation and the Land OLakes Community Center.The actual event dates are Friday,Oct.21 from 7:30-9 p.m.and Oct.22 and 23 from 7:30-10 p.m.The haunted house will be at the Land O Lakes Community Center at 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd.For further information,call the center at (813) 929-1229. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneer,Rob Taylor,is speaking at CrossPointe Church of the Nazarene on Sunday,Oct.23rd at 10:30 a.m.Taylor is a former NFL offensive tackle who played eight seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1986-1993.Taylor currently teaches Financial Stewardship Development, Benevolence,Crown Ministry,Wealth Management,etc.Feel free to wear your favorite football gear.For more information,contact the church at (813) 9497727 or churchoffice@crosspointetampa.com. Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge Whats HappeningWhat s Happening

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Festival scaresup a crowd in Dade CityRebecca Calhoun, of Stewart Middle School, won the race while waiting for the Tractor Pull to begin. She beat out Franklin Hunt (on left) of Richland and Brett Calhoun of Woodland Elementary. Dave Ireland of Arcadia pops a wheelie at the Tractor Pull in Dade City on Oct. 8 as Lester Fisher of New Port Richey watches. (Photos by Faith Jordan) Hector and Janet Moreno help their son Hector Jr. of Cox Elementary build a scarecrow. Lynn Cavall of Dade City holds on tight to her granddaughter Lucy Cavall while shes on her first pony ride at the Scarecrow Festival. Many fun critters at the 45th annual Rattlesnake Festival Aislynn Brooks, left, sits atop a pony waiting for the ride to start. The 19-month-old Rattlesnake Festival attendee is practically a pro, making her second appearance at the festival. Aislynns mother, Heather Brooks, stands alongside. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) In photo at left, from left, Dawson Roberts, 10, Justin Mohr, 13, James Holland, 13, and Rachel Barthle, 13, work feverishly to set up the wooden tortoises participants will use in a race. The races once used live gophers, but that practice has been eliminated. Racers were allowed to customize the tortoise shells. The kids prepping the race are a part of St. Anthonys Earth Force, which raises awareness with recycling. John Storms, who has been working with reptiles for 30 years, handles a 9-year-old albino Burmese python. The python is 15 feet long and weighs 140 pounds. Randall Hendricks sifts through the hay for a giant lop bunny at the Rattlesnake Festivals petting zoo with his 4-year-old daughter Emmalynn Hendricks.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS LETTER TO THE EDITORI am Scott Keller, a 2012 presidential candidate from Land O Lakes. Your paper recently published articles about Joe Biden's visit to Pasco County pushing (President Barack) Obama's jobs package. From my perspective Obama's proposals will not significantly help Pasco or any other location around the country. The locally implementable plans I have put forth could help significantly without federal funding. Biden fails to note and may not even know the fundamental flaws of Obama's jobs bill, even if he manages to get it passed. It has an ineffective focus, and is funded with borrowed money from a source, which few if any are being told. The borrowing alone has had and will have a tremendously negative impact on every one of us. My "jobs" or rather "meaningful work" proposals could be implemented immediately and locally by the people. I believe it would have a profound positive impact on the entire region. Reachout efforts have begun. I am participating with Occupy Tampa, Code Green, Habitat for Humanity, TampaBayTime, St. Pete for Peace and other groups to implement two plans: a local work plan and a national 99 percent plan. In brief, the local work plan focuses on supplementary local tools such as a local currency, a local time bank (which has already been established) and local co-op businesses as well as a tremendous amount of local innovation. Together with the 99 percent plan, we can keep people in their homes, get them back to work and give them new tools to better control their destiny while working together with local autonomy. Information and current details on these plans, including national aspects of it are on my website www.keller2012.com.President candidate offers his own jobs planLaker/Lutz News staff reportHillsborough County Fire Rescue has 10 tips to help people to promote fire prevention and safety. Stay in the kitchen when frying, grilling or broiling food. Always have a lid nearby to slide over a pan in case of fire. Clean up food and grease from burners and the stovetop to prevent fires from starting. Keep fixed and portable space heaters at least three feet away from anything that can burn. Ask smokers to smoke outside only. Provide sturdy, deep ashtrays and make sure cigarette butts and ashes are out before emptying the ashtray.Keep matches and lighters out of sight and secured to prevent children from getting them. Make sure the cords are not pinched behind furniture, under rugs or stretched. Replace cords that are cracked or frayed, have broken plugs or have loose connections. Keep candles at least one foot away from anything that can burn, and put them out before leaving the room or going to sleep. Never leave a child unattended in a room with a burning candle. Make a plan in case of a home fire and practice it at least twice a year so everyone knows what to do in a fire emergency. Install smoke alarms on every level of the home and outside all bedrooms and make sure everyone knows the sound the alarm makes when it detects smoke. For the best protection, install interconnected smoke alarms in each bedroom and throughout the home. When one sounds, they all sound. Check the batteries at least once a month and replace them once a year or when an alarm chirps to tell you the battery is low. Replace any smoke alarm that is more than 10 years old. Replace smoke alarms that use long-life, or 10-year, batteries when the alarm chirps. The batteries in these units cannot be replaced. If you must escape through smoke, get as low to the ground as possible to get under the smoke to the nearest exit. For additional tips and information to educate children about fire prevention and safety, visit the National Fire Protection Associations website at www.nfpa.org.Ten tips for fire prevention/safety (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is addl $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND OLAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDAY GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS $125 for 5 weeks Starts Tues 11/18 6:30pm (Vaccine Record Required)Pet Supermaket, 18445 U.S. Hwy 41 N., LutzFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMINGPet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to: PETof theWEEK

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Areas of specialties include:n Obstetricsn Family Planningn Annual GYN Exams n Menopausaln Perimenopausal Caren Polyp Treatment Pasco Countys Newest Arrival, Deborah Clark, M.D.Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity is accepting new patients now. For more information, or to make an appointment, please call Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity today .Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinityis now open and accepting new patients to meet the healthcare needs of women in Pasco County. From pre-natal to postmenopausal, Obstetrics & Gynecology of Trinity will help women, of all ages, to maintain optimum health throughout all stages of their lives. Our specialized OB/GYN, Dr. Deborah Clark, believes in helping her patients achieve maximum good health and well being, with an emphasis on pre-natal care. 16541 Pointe Village Drive, Suite 207, Lutz, FL 33558 813.920.8300 813.920.8334 (FAX)Open 8:00 am 5:00 pm M-F www.OBGYNofTrinity.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Judith Reese, Ph.D. Audiologist Call Dr. Judith Reese,The Hearing Aid Expert 813-949-1331.JCAudiology & Hearing Aids1541 Dale Mabry Hwy.,#201 in LutzHearing Aidshave never been more affordable!Now offering 12 month interest-free payment plans on all brands 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 16540 Pointe Village, Suite 105,Lutz813-920-2700S.E. corner of Suncoast & Hwy 54(North Pointe Village Shopping) www.salonandspaeclipse.com Treat yourself to a luxurious experience today...you deserve it! Land O LakesGun & Pawn 21ST ANNUAL HUNTERS BLOWOUT! $50 Off any Long Guns in Stock4409 Land OLakes Blvd. Land OLakes, FL34638 (2 miles north of SR 54 on US 41) 813-996-7777Buy Sell Trade FFL Transfers We Pawn Harleys Class IIIVisit www.landolakesgunandpawn.comCall today for CWPClasses! expires 12/24/11 Holloways Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) BABY CHICKS ARE IN! CHICKEN COOPSVisit Today While They Last! Straw Bales Corn Stalks Pumpkins Vegetable Plants Grow Buckets Supplies Fresh Produce MarketHOLLOWAYS FAMILY PUMPKIN PATCH PIE PUMPKINS5 for$10

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS HEALTH & WELLNESS Oak Hill Hospitals Emergency Care Center will have the grand opening of its new Pediatric Emergency Care Center on Saturday,Oct.22 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.and will include a childrens safety fair.The event will feature: --The fire safety house showing how to escape a smoke-filled house --A fire truck,ambulance and helicopter --A tour of Oak Hills new Pediatric Emergency Care Center --An opportunity to meet representatives from the sheriffs department and EMS personnel The YMCA will also provide water safety information,nutrition facts and entertainment.The first 200 children will receive free customized T-shirts.Admission is free and food and drinks are provided. The pediatric center is located at 11375 Cortez Blvd.in Spring Hill.For more information,call Oak Hill at (352) 597-6333.The University of South Floridas Health Byrd Alzheimers Institute is sponsoring a free community program called Alzheimers Disease:What Family Caregivers Need to Know on Tuesday,Nov. 1 at 4001 E.Fletcher Ave.in Tampa.The program is designed for individuals caring for a family member or friend with the disease.Topics will include understanding Alzheimers,progress in treatment,communication strategies,managing troublesome behaviors,medications-timing,side effects, tips and more.The program is from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m., and lunch will be provided.The event is free,but advanced registration is required to reserve a seat.For more information or to register,call (813) 974-4357 or (800) 633-4563.Volunteers are needed to help answer phones,do filing,make photocopies, schedule appointments and count pills at the Good Samaritan Health Clinic.For more information,call (727) 848-7789.Volunteers at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point are having a Fall Bazaar on Saturday,Oct.22 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.at the main campus,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson.Household items like clothes, shoes,electronics and holiday items will be available for purchase.There will also be baked goods.All money raised at the event will go to the American Heart Associations 2011 Tampa Bay Heart Walk, which will be on Saturday,Nov.5.Tai Chi classes are offered each Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m.at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel,33425 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 788-2898.Keystone Presbyterian Church,7509 Van Dyke Road in Odessa,offers free exercise classes each Tuesday at 3 p.m.and each Saturday at 10 a.m.Those in a wheelchair are welcome to attend.For more information,call (813) 920-8552.A support group to help people deal with chronic illnesses meets at 11 a.m. the second Wednesday monthly at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 783-3186.A Weight Watchers group meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports + Field, 2029 Arrowgrass Drive in Wesley Chapel. Registration is free.For more information, call (813) 500-4528.Pasco Health Department offers classes to help people quit smoking at various locations throughout the county.For more information,call (727) 861-5250 ext.279. St.Josephs Hospital-North has added a pair of new healthcare services with the opening of its cardiac catheterization lab and its sleep disorders center. The hospital,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,can perform both femoral and radial catheterizations as well as intervention radiology in the new lab.It also offers minimally invasive treatments to battle uterine cancer. The new sleep center is available for those with a doctors prescription.The facility studies peoples sleep to identify problems and find ways to improve the quality of rest. In addition,the hospitals ambulatory surgery department was recently given the Avatars Five Star Loyalty and Endorsement Award.The designation, which is based on patient satisfaction,recognizes the facility for delivering a high quality patient experience. For more information on St.Josephs Hospital-North,call (813) 443-2046 or visit www.stjosephsnorth.com.Expanded services at St.Josephs Hospital-North Gentle Dentistrywith a Womans Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND OLAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla EspaolExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310NEWPATIENTSPECIALonly$45a $257 valueRestrictions may apply*PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS HEALTH & WELLNESS Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a weekly support group for those with mental illness each Thursday from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information,call (727) 992-9653.Forest Hills Presbyterian Church,709 W.Linebaugh Ave.in Tampa,hosts an aphasia support group the third Monday monthly from 6:30-8:30 p.m.For more information,call (813) 935-4653.The University of South Florida hosts a prostate cancer support group the fourth Thursday monthly from 6:30-7:30 p.m.at its Hope Lodge,12810 Magnolia Drive in Tampa.For more information,call (800) 227-9954.People age 65 and older and those who are disabled of any age may qualify for a power wheelchair.Candidates must be able to operate an armrest joystick controller,understand basic instructions and get a doctors approval.Call (800) 8235220 or visit www.threewishes2.com for more information.Drivers are needed to take clients to and from rehabilitation classes in a Lighthouse van.The position requires three hours a week.For more information, call (727) 815-0303.The American Cancer Society is seeking people with cars who want to volunteer a few hours each month between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.weekdays to take patients to treatment facilities as part of its road to recovery program.For more information,call (813) 949-0291 ext.114.Groups for people with codependency and drug,alcohol and sexual addictions meet at 7 p.m.each Monday at 1854 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.The Harbor Behavioral Health Care Institute and Land OLakes Senior Center offer free workshops to help family relationships from 10:30-11:30 a.m.each Monday at 6801 Wisteria Loop in Land O Lakes.For more information,call (813) 929-1200. The Alzheimers Family Organization offers the Wanderers Identification Program to help caregivers of dementia and Alzheimers patients.The patient receives a bracelet or pendant with a code and telephone number to participating sheriffs offices.The person can be identified through a shared database of patient information and caregiver contacts.For more information,call (727) 848-8888. Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope has a free program to help women deal with the physical changes brought on by cancer treatment called Look Good Feel Better.The program is at 38010 Medical Center Ave.in Zephyrhills from 4-6 p.m. the first Monday monthly.For more information,call (813) 783-1676.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first-come,first-served basis. Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com. Family Medicine strives to care for you through all stages of life. 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klojacono@cnewspubs.comLinebackers are often called defensive quarterbacks and several local athletes perform as well or better than the best signal callers while hitting as hard as semi trucks. Gaither defensive coordinator Brain Del Valle was a linebacker for the Cowboys and has a couple of characteristics needed to play the spot. You have to be tough,Del Valle said. Linebacker is the toughest position to play on a defense.You have to not be afraid of contact.You also have to have a little bit of speed to make plays. Del Valle,who was the co-defensive coordinator at Land OLakes last year,has had a front row seat to see three of the most productive linebackers in the area Gaither senior Josh Scarberry and Gators seniors Shadow Williams and Jackson Cannon. The three are very different players,but Del Valle has high praise for them all because they display that vital toughness. Josh just has a nose for the football and all the things you cant teach,Del Valle said. Hes the kind of person other guys look to and he never shies away from contact.Hes also very coachable.He takes everything coaches say and use it to make him better. Hes a big student of film and uses that to make him better.That sets a good example for his teammates,because he does all the little things to get better. As for Jackson and Shadow,those two are just tough football players who love the game,Del Valle continued.They are both very physical players,but they can really move around for how big they are.Both of those guys are also students of the game.Scarberry started playing linebacker at age 9 with the Northside Dolphins of the Tampa Bay Youth Football League.Before that he was an offensive lineman.The move seemed to suit him well. Its the physical part,Scarberry said.I love to hit.I love it when Im able to fill a hole when a running back thinks he has space and taking him off his feet. The mental part is also big for linebackers.You really have to stay focused because you have to play pass,play run and you just have to always know what to do. The 5-foot-10,185-pound Scarberry has been an inside linebacker at Gaither since his freshman year but has moved to the outside spot for his senior campaign. We lost our outside linebackers from last year,and I knew Josh could make that move and do very well,Del Valle said.We wanted to make sure we could shutdown the outside and also show college coaches Josh can do anything they need. Scarberry said of the change,I like the shift because I dont have to worry about the offensive linemen as much and getting off too many blocks.I have a lot more open space and I like to work with that and use my speed to my advantage. Scarberry,who was named the AllLaker/All-Lutz News Defensive Player of the Year in 2010,set his career-high with 18 tackles against Newsome as a sophomore and with five sacks against East Bay this season.However,his favorite memory came in his first game with the Cowboys. My freshman year I was thrown into the Jefferson game,which was my first game I ever played in high school,Scarberry said.I was able to make a big play and got a sack on a zone read,when the quarterback fakes it to the running back and keeps it.I was able to read the play from the start.I still remember that hit.Its my most memorable moment at Gaither. Scarberry said he wants to play in college and is leaving no stone unturned to make that dream a reality. Im working on my grades and doing all I can,Scarberry said.Just trying to get better in every way on the field,in the classroom and as a teammate.Williams has been a linebacker the longest of the three,taking to the spot at age 5 while playing with the South Tampa Boys and Girls Club. When I was a little kid I saw Ray Lewis play,and he was a big inspiration to me, Williams said.Hes easily my favorite linebacker.His enthusiasm and his intensity bring the team together.When its fourth and one you can count on Ray Lewis to make the stop. The 6-foot,221-pound Williams transferred to Land OLakes from Freedom for his junior season and quickly became a leader of the Gators defense despite the physical and mental demands that come with the job. I like the challenges that come with it, Williams said.The team has to count on the linebacker to do a lot of things and I want the team to be able to count on me to get it done.You have to get after the quarterback and running back,cover guys and also make sure everyone is in the right position. Part of that challenge is learning how to snuff out an offensive play and bring it to a painful end for whoever has the ball. When you make that perfect play,when you read the linemen just right and get a clean break into the backfield is like nothing else,Williams said.There are times when you can just see what the play is going to be,and its one of the greatest things to stop it before it starts. Williams most enjoys playing close to the line of scrimmage. Sometimes I know I get too close to the line,because Im so anxious to get in there and hit somebody,Williams said.Coach sometimes has to calm me down so I make the right reads. Williams had a career-high of 17 tackles last year against both Springstead and Wesley Chapel.He posted a career-best four sacks in that contest against the Wildcats. However,Williams said his favorite game was against Anclote last year,when he had nine tackles and one sack. Their offensive line was playing really well,but me and our old defensive coordinator (Jason Hatcher) came up with a new blitz on the spot,Williams said.It worked perfect. Williams has been working on almost everything to take his game to the next level. My size,my speed,my footwork,but the thing Ive been working on the most is trying to read the offense to get a jump on the play,Williams said. Williams said he also enjoys playing alongside Cannon,who has been equally productive to the Gators defense. Its great because you have somebody else to push you and motivate you,Williams said.We challenge each other to get better. Its great,because I know I can count on him,and he can count on me.Cannon is relatively new to the position, moving to linebacker as a freshman. I played two years of middle school football,but I played mostly fullback,said Cannon,who has spent all his high school years at Land OLakes.My coach thought I would be good for the position,and I think it was a good change. The 6-foot-2,225-pound Cannon said he also enjoys the physical play at linebacker, but added he likes dropping into coverage as well. I play basketball too,so I like being able to drop and pick off a pass every now and then,Cannon said.For me its all about footwork and quickness.Speed,both physically and mentally.You have to be able to react fast. Cannon had a career-high 15 tackles against both Gulf and Wesley Chapel last year.His best sack performance came in what he said is his favorite game,a contest against cross-town rival Sunlake as a sophomore. When we played Sunlake a couple years ago I had 13 tackles and five sacks, Cannon said.I got defensive player of the game and the game ball.Its exciting to play well against Sunlake. Cannons goals to improve his game this year are similar to Williams:Im working on speed and footwork but working a lot on my reads.I already know how to read a guard through fullback,but Im working to become better at it. His appreciation for playing with Williams is also the same. Were all about the competition with each other,Cannon said.Who can get the most tackles or the most sacks. All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.Voted Floridas No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports Gaither senior linebacker Josh Scarberry tries to read the snap count during a recent practice. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) Land OLakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams records one of his two sacks against Wiregrass Ranch in the Gators spring football game this year. (File photo) Land OLakes senior linebacker Jackson Cannon is working on reading offenses to get a better jump on plays. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)Area stacked with linebacking talentThe Steinbrenner volleyball team won the elite division silver bracket at the Orlando Volleyball Academys Dig Pink Tournament Oct. 14-15,while Freedom took second in the classic division gold. The Warriors (20-4) went 4-1 at the event, defeating Alachua Santa Fe and Longwood Lyman in pool play,but lost to Apopka.The loss sent Steinbrenner to the silver bracket instead of the gold. The Warriors bounced back to beat Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest 25-22,25-22 in the silver semifinals before defeating Jacksonville Creekside 25-13,25-22 in the finals. The only other Hillsborough County team to play in the elite division was Sickles,which took third in the bronze bracket.In total,48 teams from across Florida participated at the event,16 in each of the three divisions.Freedom (16-7) was the only other area squad to play in the event,going 4-1 in the classic division and finishing as the gold bracket runner-up.The Patriots defeated Sebring 25-14, 25-10 in the semis before losing to Fort Lauderdale University 25-16,25-19 in the finals.Freedom has two more regular season matches,Oct.18 at King and Oct.19 against Jefferson,before the Class 7A-District 9 tournament,which will also include Steinbrenner. The Warriorsfinal match before districts is at home against Armwood.All matches at 7 p.m. Steinbrenner enters districts as the No.1 seed,while Freedom is No.2.The 7A-9 championship match is at Gaither on Thursday,Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. The Freedom volleyball team finished as the classic division gold bracket runner-up at the Dig Pink Tournament in Orlando on Oct. 14-15. (Photo courtesy of Kerry Short)Warriors, Patriots stand out at Dig Pink tournament813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS

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SPORTS etorrens@cnewspubs.comFreedom football coach Tchecoy Blount warned his team about Whartons Darius Page. I told the kids all week,Hes a big,bruising back and he has speed.Hes not going to go down on the first hit or second hit, Blount said. The Patriots (1-6) couldnt heed their coaches warning,and the Wildcats (2-4) rode Page to a 28-7 win at home on Oct.14. Page,a senior,rushed 26 times for 148 yards and one touchdown.He also made life easier for Wildcat quarterback Chase Litton, who ran for a score and threw another to Vernon Hargraves. We came out kind of slow (on) offense, but we picked it up and we played pretty good,Page said.Defense played excellent. They didnt give up too many big plays. Wharton started sloppy with two fumbles in its first three drives,one of which was lost. But the Wildcats picked up momentum to close the half,including a 50-yard pass from Litton to Hargraves to the Freedom 2yard line.A holding call and botched snap pushed Wharton back,but Litton eventually ran it into the end zone from 10 yards out. Page ran in for a two-point conversion to go up 8-0 at halftime. Hargraves picked off Patriot quarterback Taylor King to give the Wildcats prime field position.Page ran it in for his second score. Darius Page is a guy,hes in another zone right now,said Wharton coach David Mitchell.Hes a hard worker,hes a quiet leader he just does all his work on the field. He puts the wind in the sails and the ship starts and the ship goes.For their third touchdown,the Wildcats drove down 73 yards in just 2:32.Litton found Deon Samson on a key thirdand-eight conversion to keep the drive alive. Consecutive 19and 3yard runs by Page led Wharton into the fourth quarter,and on the first play in the final period Litton found Hargraves to make it 21-0.The Patriotsoffense found a pulse in the fourth quarter when a defensive pass interference call on Wharton negated an interception and gave Freedom new life at its own 42-yard line.Tyrel Nunn ripped off a 58-yard scoring run with 5:08 remaining to prevent the shutout.That was important to show the kids that they can if everybody does their part, Blount said.It hurts these guys so bad,because that play happened towards the end.Freedom failed on its onside kick,but the defense held and forced a three and out.The Patriots muffed the ensuing punt,and Wharton recovered at the Freedom 20.Four plays later the Wildcats scored on a 3-yard run by Samson. We got a lot of things to work on,so we cant just be happy with what went on tonight,Mitchell said.But he added,A W is a W,and well take it any day of the week. Wharton hosts Bloomingdale,and Freedom travels to Gaither on Thursday,Oct. 20.Both district games start at 7:30 p.m. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Gaither 4-2 (2-0) Tampa Bay Tech 3-3 (2-0) Steinbrenner 4-2 (1-1) Freedom 1-5 (1-1) Chamberlain 0-6 (0-2) Wiregrass Ranch 0-6 (0-2) Class 6A-District 6 Hernando 5-2 (4-0) Sunlake 5-1 (3-1) Land O Lakes 4-2 (3-1) River Ridge 4-2 (2-2) Nature Coast 3-4 (2-2) Mitchell 4-3 (1-3) Springstead 2-4 (1-3) Central 0-7 (0-4) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 7-0 (4-0) Fivay 5-1 (4-0) Zephyrhills 4-2 (4-0) Wesley Chapel 3-3 (1-3) Anclote 1-5 (1-3) Gulf 1-5 (1-3) Ridgewood 1-6 (1-3) Hudson 0-6 (0-4)Whartons Paige runs over Freedom in win Wharton senior running back Darius Page had 148 yards on 26 carries and one touchdown against cross-town rival Freedom on Oct. 14. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)klojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner football team put up a program record 53 points and recorded its second shutout of the season en route to winning at Riverview 53-0 on Oct.14. The win comes less than a week after the Warriors (4-2) had a disappointing 37-7 defeat to Class 7A-District 7 rival Gaither that saw Steinbrenner lose nine turnovers. Last week was absolutely horrible,said Warrior coach Floyd Graham.Ive never had a game in 21 years with nine turnovers. It was hard for the kids and hard for me.I was just proud of how everyone did because we were without one of our top running backs. Steinbrenner lost starting full back Jake Carroll for the year with a torn ACL he suffered during the opening kickoff against Gaither.The Warriors responded with a ground game that saw eight different players carry the rock. Kendall Pearcy led the Warriorsground attack,posting 167 yards on eight carries and scoring runs of 5 and 80 yards.The junior also had a 60-yard scoring run called back because of a penalty on Steinbrenners first play.He also added a 15-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Curtis Fitch. Steinbrenners Brian Gainer had 89 rushing yards on three carries,including a 43-yard score for his first varsity touchdown. Nick Green ran the ball six times for 31 yards and a 26-yard touchdown. We tried three different kids at full back to replace Jake,and all three played great, Graham said.We were kind of geared around Jake at that full back position,so when he went down I told them Ive got to give it to all three of you to see who wants it.I want you to come beg me for the ball, and they all showed they want it. The three replacements at full back included Green,Cody Cazin and A.J.Brown, who moved to the offense after starting the season as a linebacker.Brown had a 30-yard scoring run and a touchdown catch of 10 yards. Fitch had scoring passes of 10,15 and 20 yards for a career-high three touchdown throws.The sophomore led two scoring drives just before halftime to put the Warriors up 34-0 at the break. We drove the ball in 40 seconds and scored without using a timeout, and Fitch orchestrated a great drive,Graham said.Then we got a turnover and had a short field,so we jumped back into the 2-minute drill, and he threw another touchdown.We practice it every day,and when Fitch came off the field he said to me Thats why we practice it. Steinbrenner hosts Tampa Bay Tech on Thursday,Oct.20 at 7:30 p.m.The Titans are tied for first place in 7A-7 with Gaither,while the Warriors are a game back. Tech has size and speed,and I mean a lot of speed,Graham said.Our goal is to keep their offense off the ball and control the clock.Its a big challenge.I wish we could get that Gaither game back to put us in a better situation,but this is a must win. The kids understand that,and theyre focused on what they need to do. klojacono@cnewspubs.comSunlake entered its Class 6A-District 6 football game against Hernando without a loss,but the visiting Leopards ended the perfect season on Oct.14 thanks to the combination of their rushing assault and attacking defense. Hernando (5-2) had 260 combined rushing yards from Tyrail Hawkins,Jeremiah Jackson and Marqui Redding. Jackson and Hawkins each had one rushing score. Sunlake (5-1) was able to contain the Leopards ground game in the first quarter,allowing zero first downs and no points.Hernandos offense got on track with a 10-play,80yard drive in the second quarter to go up 6-0.Leopard linebacker Zach Pritz intercepted Seahawk quarterback Cameron Stoltz on the ensuing drive that led to another scoring drive to take a 14-0 lead. Stoltz hit wide receiver Jamal Jones with a 17-yard touchdown strike just before halftime to cut the lead to 147.Hawkins ended Sunlakes comeback with his scoring run in the fourth quarter for the games final points. Stoltz was under constant pressure from Hernandos defense.The senior signal caller was limited to 16-of-33 passing for 161 yards and was sacked four times. Sunlake will have to bounce back quickly,as it hosts cross-town rival and 6A6 opponent Land OLakes on Thursday,Oct.20 at 7:30 p.m. The winner will have sole possession of second place in the district and the inside track to a playoff spot. Warriors rebound against Riverview Steinbrenners Kendall Pearcy had 167 rushing yards and three total touchdowns in the Warriors53-0 victory at Riverview on Oct. 14. (Photo by Tim McClain) Seahawk junior Eddie Burgos goes up for a catch against Hernando.Hernando ends Sunlakes perfect bid Sunlake senior quarterback Cameron Stoltz faced constant pressure from Hernandos defense during the Leopards22-7 victory on Oct. 14. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com)CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS

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Ask the DoctorWhat is breast cancer? It is cancer that forms in the tissues of the breast, usually the ducts that carry milk to the nipple or in the lobules, which are the glands that make milk. Does it only af fect women? While women are by far the largest group at risk, men can also get breast cancer One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer at some point in their lives. What risk factors can I avoid? Although no one knows exactly what causes breast cancer, research shows that certain risk factors should be avoided, including hormone replacement therapy, obesity, alcohol consumption and radiation exposure. What is cancer screening? Screening looks for signs of cancer before a person has symptoms. Finding cancer at an early often makes the cancer easier and less expensive to treat. What treatments are available? Surgery to remove cancer cells and affected lymph nodes Radiation therapy, which uses high-energy x-rays and other types of radiation to kill cancer cells and stop their growth Chemotherapy, which uses drugs to stop the growth of cancer cells by killing the cells or by stopping their growth Hormone therapy that removes or blocks hormones that may stimulate cancer cell growth Targeted therapy, which uses drugs or other substances to identify and attack specific cancer cells without harming normal cells. DADE CITY 13417 U.S. Highway 301 / ZEPHYRHILLS 38135 Market Square WESLEY CHAPEL 27343 Wesley Chapel Blvd. / LAND OLAKES 2100 Via Bella Blvd. www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com 813.780.8440 The Gathering Placea cancer support groupSocial interaction is an important component of everyones life.And its especially important for cancer survivors and those being treated for cancer.To encourage social connections for her patients,Anita White,supervisor of oncology at Florida Medical Clinic, founded an organization called The Gathering Place two years ago as a community cancer support group. The Gathering Place offers cancer patients and their families an opportunity to share their experiences with others facing similar situations,ask questions and learn more about cancer and its related issues. Guest speakers are often invited,such as Dr. Richard McDonough,an oncologist who recently spoke to the group about different types of cancers. Since our meetings aren't entirely structured,we sometimes just get together to laugh and tell jokes," says Anita.Meetings are open to anyone in the community who has undergone cancer treatments and their families and are not limited to patients of Florida Medical Clinic. "We offer a relaxed atmosphere filled with education,information,social connections and just a place to gather and share,said Anita,who cooks dinner for each meeting and likes to tie the dinner to a monthly theme.In October,for example,The Gathering Place meets on Oct.31 and members are invited to come dressed in a Halloween costumes.The Gathering Place meets the last Monday of each month at 5 p.m.at the Healing Arts Studio of the Foundation of Caring,located at 38036 Market Square in Zephyrhills.Those interested in participating,please contact Anita at 813.843.4725. Working together forGOOD HEALTHTheLaker / LutzNews& Whos whoInternist Richard McDonough, M.D., joined Florida Medical Clinic in September after practicing medicine in Charleston, South Carolina for several years. In addition to his medical specialties of medical oncology and hematology, Dr. McDonough has expertise in diagnosing and treating breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, lymphomas, multiple myeloma, research and palliative care. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in medical oncology, hematology and internal medicine and works diligently to educate people about breast and colon cancer awareness. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville and went on to study medicine at the University of Miami, where he became fluent in Spanish. It was during a three-year fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville that Dr. McDonough developed his passion for the disciplines oncology, hematology and research. Since 2003, Dr. McDonough has volunteered annually with a medical mission to Guatemala, that utilizes physicians, dentists and other medical professionals to provide basic medical care to children and adults who have no access to healthcare in their rural communities. Dr. McDonough enjoys bicycling, traveling, reading and spending time with his wife, Charlene, and two young children, Michael and James. For patient convenience, Dr. McDonough sees patients at both the Land O Lakes and Zephyrhills offices of Florida Medical Clinic. He can be reached in Land O' Lakes at 813.712.5709 and in Zephyrhills at 813.780.2642.MeetDr. Richard McDonough Anita White with a patient. Employees bowl a strike against homelessEmployees from Florida Medical Clinic and its Foundation of Caring came together to raise money for a local charity that helps the homeless at a recent bowl-a-thon in Zephyrhills.The employee fundraiser generated $21,500,which The Florida Medical Clinic Foundation of Caring matched dollar-for-dollar to bring the total donation up to $43,000. The money was donated to Starting Right,Now,a Tampa-based non-profit group whose primary mission is to stop the cycle of homelessness by reaching out to youth through education and mentor relationships.From left to right: Dawn, Gail, Dr. Mark Eisner, Robin, Cassie, Jennifer, Melissa, Shelly, Tonya and Tamara. For more information,contact the Foundation of Caring at 813.783.9932813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS SPORTS The Wiregrass Ranch boys cross country team came in eighth in the Pre-State Invitational elite race,better than any other area squad,at Little Everglades Steeplechase Ranch in Dade City on Oct.15. The Bulls finished with an average time of 16:29.98. Sam Hippely led the way for Wiregrass Ranch,posting a time of 16:05.65 to take 37th overall.Teammate Ermias Bireda claimed 52nd place in 16:15.52. Steinbrenner came in 17th as a team at the meet with an average time of 16:41.08.The Warriors were led by Matt Magees 16:07.93 and Tyler Limas 16:08.25,putting them in 39th and 40th place,respectively. In the boys invitational race,Land OLakesTravis Nichols ran a personal record 16:04.21 to claim the individual title.Teammate Tyler Stahl took 14th place in 16:54.85.The Gator boys finished 17th out of 27 schools at the event with an average time of 18:02.97. Freedom won the girls invitational team title with an average time of 20:52.99.The Patriots were led by Ashley Smiths 13th-place finish in 20:18.97.Teammates Lauren Arfaras and Annie Tedesco took 26th and 29th, respectively. Steinbrenners Lauren Garris took third in the girls invitational,running a 19:30.49.The Warriors finished 14th out of 28 schools. Area runners shine at Pre-State Invitational Saint Leos Jasmine Johnson, left, and Laura Carstens were recently named SSC Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. (Photos by Mike Carlson)Pair of Lions earn SSC honorsThe Saint Leo University (SLU) womens soccer team swept the Sunshine State Conferences (SSC) Player of the Week honors for the week of Oct.3-9,as Jasmine Johnson and Laura Carstens earned offensive and defensive honors,respectively.Johnson,a redshirt senior defender,scored a goal and added an assist in the No.5 Lions 2-0 victory against previous No.10 Rollins College,an SSC opponent and the top-rated defense in Division II soccer.It was her second goal and fourth assist of the season.Carstens,a goalkeeper,posted two shutouts during the week to keep SLU (121-1) undefeated on the season.She had four saves in a scoreless tie at Nova Southeastern University on Oct.4,and added seven more in the victory against Rollins on Oct.7. It is the second time Carstens has earned the weekly honor this season.The freshman has four shutouts and 40 saves to six goals allowed in 989 minutes on the year. The Lions host SSC rival Florida Southern College on Wednesday,Oct.19 at 7 p.m.for the final home contest of the season.

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Call Faith Garcia at 813-503-6610LAKEFRONT in Land O'Lakes,FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 5 ACRES ON U.S. 41 NORTHwith septic, well, and electric! $139,000. Call Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843 RENTAL PROPERTY1 BR APToff Livingston Ave just inside Pasco County. First or second floor apartment available $650 per month. Call Irving Hernandez 813-843-6026COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEOWN YOUR OWN RESTAURANT ON PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Sticky Fingers Restaurant, Old Florida Style House with wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDPROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE 3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 COMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/4 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712GOLF COURSE LOTin Quail Hollow on Country Club Drive. Beautiful treed lot 1+ acres $79,900. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land OLakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.comBUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS klojacono@cnewspubs.comEyes follow Jimmy Stanger whenever he walks on a golf course. His Gaither teammates look to him for leadership.Opponents watch to see if he will ever make a mistake on the links. Spectators gaze in amazement at how he navigates a golf course. Stanger is home schooled but has been on the Gaither boys golf team for the last two years.The junior has been golfing for as long as he can remember,starting around age 5. Ive played pretty much every sport competitively,but now Im focused on golf, Stanger said.Honestly there is no feeling like hitting a golf ball.Also,being out on a golf course just gives me peace. Stanger has peaceon the course,but he is not satisfied with his game. I totally rerouted my swing after last year to try and make it more consistent, Stanger said.It really started to come around this summer. Compared to last year Im a completely different golfer.A year ago if I shot a good round it felt like I got lucky.Now I feel like I can go low every time,and if I dont its not because I hit the ball out of bounds. The change has helped Stanger bring his average down to just below 36,which is par for the regular season.He shot a career-low 33 on Oct.10 in a tri-match against Plant and Newsome. Cowboys coach Dwayne Olinger said Stangers ability to hit fairways and greens has become his greatest strength. Hes extremely accurate,Olinger said. You try to explain to the young players how important that is.Sometimes they think about the score and not the process. Jimmy thinks about hitting fairways and greens,and thats why he can make par or under on any hole. Stangers methods have become an example for his teammates. He takes the right approach to the game and plays the way you should,said sophomore Patrick Highland.Hes serious every time and plays his heart out.You see a kid play like that and shoots as well as he does,you cant help but want to be like him. Junior Clyde Meadows added,There have been many times when hes come up to me and said try this.I try it,and it always works.Im just like son of a gun;thank you Jimmy. Stanger was Gaithers No.1 last year,but he has also had to step up his leadership role after the squad lost four seniors to graduation,including members of the squads top five Josh Black and Shawn Sirignano. Stanger said he hasnt tried to be a loud, vocal leader because that is not within his personality. Ive actually tried to be quieter and lead by example,Stanger said.Just talk when Im needed and focus the rest of the time. The squad is very young,making Stangers leadership that much more important. We only have two seniors on the roster and only one has gotten into a match,so because were so young having a guy like Jimmy is even more important,Olinger said. He is unquestionably a leader,Olinger continued.Not only is he a great player,so everyone on a team would look up to a player with his ability,but he has a good way of dealing with people and leading by example. Meadows said Stanger is one of the most serious people he has met. A couple days ago we had a tournament rained out,and everyone was just hanging out,and Stanger was off in the corner talking to his dad about his swing,Meadows said.Hes very dedicated to this game.Hes never satisfied with what he shoots.Hell shoot a two-under,but hell still be mad about a couple birdie shots he missed.It amazes me sometimes. Meadows admits it isnt always easy being on a team with a player like Stanger. I love the guy,but it is very easy to get jealous of him,Meadows said.Youre always comparing yourself to Jimmy Stanger, and youre never as good.Oh I shot a 39,but Jimmy shot 34. Stanger and the Gaither squad played in the Class 2A-District 9 tournament on Monday,Oct.17 at Temple Terrace Golf and Country Club,but results were not available by press time.SPORTS Gaithers ace Jimmy Stanger leading by example Gaither junior Jimmy Stangers commitment to golf has been an inspiration to his teammates. (File photos) Gaither junior Clyde Meadows said it is hard not to be a little jealous of Jimmy Stangers golf game.

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Sunday, November 13 1-5 PM23124 S.R 54 Lutz, FLKMart/Lifestyles PlazaOpen to all: hot rods, classics, customs, muscle cars, streetrods, antiques, customized trucks and odd rodsNAPA AutoZone Advance Auto Unifirst Uniforms The Laker 54 U-Store Heritage Bank The Golden Bangs & Blondes Premier Design Jewelry Complete Care Systems Max Muscle-Wesley ChapelSeaboard Distributors Shoemaker Insurance Safelite Auto Glass Ralph and Patty2nd Annual$5 ENTRY FEE DONATEDTO FLOOD GATES COMMUNITY CHURCH Free hamburgers, hot dogs and soda sponsored by NAPAfor registered vehicles, limit of two food tickets per car $5 entry fee, 100% to benefit Flood Gates Community ChurchGoody bags and dash plaques to the 1st 50 entries3 Best of Show trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place by popular vote Award presentations at 4:30 Raffle prizes, Trivia challenge and music 50/50 with proceeds to benefit Flood Gates Community Church Hosted by Paul Figoni of Lets Roll promotionsQuestions? Call Ralph 813-416-6216 Sponsored By: Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Uninsured Call for pricesFeet Hurt? Call a PodiatristCall for Appointment.813-406-4806Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZWhere we keep you a step ahead.William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & Surgery FAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYLOWEREXTREMITYWOUNDCARE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS Now Available from 9am-12pm813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS ANG LEE ASHLEY OLSEN BEN STILLER CHEVY CHASE CHOW YUN-FAT CLIVE OWEN DANNY AIELLO DON JOHNSON DORIS DAY EVA GREEN JAY MOHR JET LI JOAN CUSACK JUDE LAW JUDI DENCH LAURA DERN LISA KUDROW LUCY LIU MADONNA MAE WEST MEG RYAN ROB LOWE TEA LEONI THE ROCK TINA FEY GAMES AND PUZZLESName:_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________________City: __________________________________Zip:__________________TheLaker / LutzNews Mail in Your Game Page. Win Cobb Theatre Tickets.Complete this games page, fill out this form, and send the whole page to us for your chance to win 2 FREEmovie tickets.Mail to: Games Page, CommunityNewsPublications, 1930 Land O Lakes Blvd, Suite 14 Lutz, FL 33549Entries must be received by the Monday following publication dateLAST WEEKS WINNER MILDRED LETT OF LAND OLAKESSEARCH FOR MOVIE STARS

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Pasco-Hernando Community College will mark Peace Week with three keynote speakers and an opening ceremony cantor. The events will be Oct.18-20 and Oct.24 at PHCCs West Campus in New Port Richey, East Campus in Dade City,North Campus in Brooksville and its Spring Hill Campus. The opening ceremony will be at 12:40 p.m.Tuesday,Oct.18,with a performance by Cantor Deborah Jacobson.She will perform live at the West Campus and her performance will be telecast at all other campuses. Keynote speaker Edwin Black will present Nazi Nexusat 3 p.m.Wednesday,Oct.19, live at the North Campus,with a telecast at all other campuses. Black will present The Farhudat 9:30 a.m.on Thursday,Oct.20 and also will present Internal Combustionat 2 p.m.the same day at the West Campus. Keynote speaker Eva Mozes Kor,a Holocaust survivor,will present Surviving Auschwitz and the Mengele Experimentsat 3: 4 5 p.m.Tues d ay,Oct.18 at 3: 4 5 p.m.live at the East Campus,with telecast at all other campuses.Kor will also present Medical Ethics after Dr.Mengeleat 4:30 p.m.on Wednesday,Oct.19 Rev.Bernard Lafayette will present Peace and Religionat 10:30 a.m.on Wednesday, Oct.19 at the West Campus. In addition to keynote presentations, Peace Week will also offer guest lecturers,a sand mandala,exhibits,presentations,interactive workshops,peace and religion festivals, and musical performances. Visit www.phcc.edu/peace for a daily agenda of activities,times and room locations.The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has released a list of semifinalists in the 2012 national Achievement Scholarship Program.These young men and women now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 800 Achievement Scholarship awards worth more than $2.4 million to be offered next spring.To be considered for a National Achievement Scholarship,semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to become a finalist.About 80 percent of semifinalists are expected to attain finalist standing, an d more t h an h alf of t h e finalists will win one of the scholarships. Finalists from northern Hillsborough, Central Pasco and East Pasco are:Erica A. Patmon,Pasco High;Ifechi N.Akaniru, Steinbrenner High;Crystal M.Fleming, Michael S.Hogan and Shelbie J.Kelly,Freedom High;and,Eric J.Isaac,Wharton High.The children in Kelly Keenes fifth-grade classroom recently had a special guest.Vice President Joe Biden dropped by chat with the kids before heading to a news conference in the schools media center. The kids quizzed Biden on all sorts of stuff.Heres a list of the students who will always be able to say that the vice president of the United States visited their classroom when they were in fifth-grade:Andrew Spina, Sebastian Bence,Genesis Gonzalez,Mitchell Fotheringham,Thomas Walls,Valeria Herrera, Kaylee Gaither,Tucker Tassone,Natalia Rodriguez,Caitlin Swan,Noah Essa,Kalee Crocker,JP Berkman,Brandon Storrs,William Schuller,Joseph Hicks,Rocco Cardinale,Jaden Woodard,Addy Couch,Stefan Simms,Trevor Baker,Jonathan Monsour,Abby McAlpine, Hailee Betz and Ethan Couch. Schools are newsy places. 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