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Mens Haircuts & Colors Ladies Haircuts with STYLE Hi & Lo Lites, Colors Blow Dry Flat Iron Styling Facial Waxing Special Occasion Updo & Makeup Expert 813-817-3451 EVENTS NATIONAL SURVIVORS SUICIDE LOSS DAYThe 13th annual National Survivors of a Suicide Loss Day Event will be on Saturday, Nov.19.There are 250 conferences for survivors of suicide loss that will take place throughout the U.S.and around the world. This network of healing conferences helps survivors connect with others who have survived the tragedy of suicide loss,and express and understand the powerful emotions they experience.The local event will be in room 211 of Van Dyke Church in the Spiritual Life Center,17030 Lakeshore Road in Lutz and will go from 9 a.m.-noon. Admission is free.For more information or to reserve your spot,call (813) 990-0216,or go to SuncoastKidsPlace.org to register online.SOCIAL SECURITY WORKSHOPThere will be a free workshop to educate baby boomers on Social Security titled "Savvy Social Security Planning:What Baby Boomers Need to Know to Maximize Retirement Income."The seminar is scheduled at 6:30 p.m.on Thursday,Nov.10 at the Carrollwood Cultural Center,4537 Lowell Road in Tampa.HOMETOWN WELCOMEHarvey's Hardware is hosting the Historian and Hometown Heroes Tour for W.R.Case Knives on Saturday,Nov.12 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.The event is in conjunction with the store's 50th anniversary.In addition to several activities,there will be knife safety classes at 10 a.m.and 11 a.m.Harvey's Hardware is located at 5400 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes.For more information,contact the store at (813) 9962400.COUPONING WORKSHOPDebbie Hawley is hosting a couponing workshop as part of her campaign for Honorary Mayor of Land O'Lakes.The workshop will go over how to effectively and efficiently coupon your way to savings in the grocery store,as well how to give to those less fortunate in the process.The event will be on Tuesday,Nov.15 from 6:307:30 p.m.with time for questions afterward at Rasmussen College,18600 Fernview St. in Land O'Lakes.The cost is $15.For more information,call Jennie at (813) 948-2483.TWILIGHT PREMIEREKiefer Village Jewels and The Grove 16 Theatre and Cinebistro are putting together a midnight release of the new Twilight movie,"Breaking Dawn,"on Thursday,Nov.17.Kiefer Village Jewels is located at 24144 SR 54 in Lutz or at 37850 Meridian Ave.in Dade City.For more information,contact the Lutz location at (813) 909-2393 or the Dade City location at (352) 567-2393.KIDS/PARENTS NIGHT OUTBroadway Dancesations Dance Team is hosting a Kids Night Out on Saturday,Nov. 12 from 6 p.m.-9 p.m.Children ages 3 and older are invited to enjoy an evening of dancing,games,arts and crafts,face painting,a kid-friendly movie with popcorn and much more.The cost is $10 and it's an additional $2 for each additional sibling. Each child bringing a nonperishable food item for donation to a local food bank will receive a prize.Broadway Dancesations is located at 1408 N.Dale Mabry,No.106 in Lutz.Call (813) 406-4894 for reservations and more info.HIKE FOR HOSPICEThere is still time to sign up for the Gulfside Regional Hospice's Hike for Hospice.The hike will take place on Saturday,Nov.12 at the Wesley Chapel District Park,7727 Boyette Road.Avoid lines the day of the event and sign uponline at www.firstgiving.com/hikeforhospice.If you do not have Internet access,you canregister by calling (1-800) 561-4883.To participate in the walk,it costs $25 for adults,$15 students ages 11 to college and $5 for children 10 and younger.All hikers will receive a T-shirt,morning snack, beverages and Blue Bell ice cream with their registration.Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers player Mike Alstott will be onhand before the Hike for Hospice to sign autographs and pose for pictures.Check-in and registration starts at 7 a.m.The newly added 5-kilometer run starts at 8 a.m.,and the 5-kilometer walk begins at 9 a.m.For more information about the Hike for Hospice,call 1-800-561-4883 or e-mail hikeforhospice@grhospice.org.BUG JAMHundreds of Volkswagens will roll into east Pasco County for the 23rd annual Pasco Bug Jam at the Pasco Fairgrounds,36722 SR 52 in Dade City.The event will take place on Sunday,Nov.13 as 21 Bug Jammers try and cram into a VW Bug to reclaim the event's Guinness Book of World Record title.Persons wanting to participate in the event can register between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the entertainment stage.All participants must be 18 or older and 5 feet or taller.Dayof-show registration is $25 cash and a can of food and includes two gate admissions to the Bug Jam.Spectator gates are open from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.Spectator admission is $5 for adults,plus a can of food.Children ages 10 and younger are admitted for a can of food. Parking is $2.For more information,call the Pasco County Fair Office,(352) 567-6678,or visit www.pascobugjam.com.GONG SHOW VOLUNTEERSVolunteers are currently being sought to help organize the Alzheimer's Family Organization's 13th Annual Gong Show. The event is on Saturday,Feb.4 at the Jewish Community Center,9841 Scenic Drive in Port Richey.For more information,call the Alzheimer's Family Organization's main office at (727) 8488888 or (888) 496-8004. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT CRAFT FAIRThe Groves Golf and Country Club will be having its annual Fall Craft Fair on Saturday, Nov.12 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.It will be a chance to start the holiday shopping at the booths of many vendors.This year,the craft fair is taking place in conjunction with The Annual Winter Festival.The Groves is located on US 41 between US 54 and US 52,at 7924 Melogold Circle in Land O' Lakes.If you would like to be part of the fair,please contact Donna Hartwick at (813) 996-3470.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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The district tested out the idea at four pilot high schools for two years before making it a countywide initiative this year, Suarez said. “We’re trying to maximize the opportunities for students to graduate with their class,” Suarez said. “If a student fails a course, he has an opportunity to catch up.” The district wants to help students before they veer off course so far that they don’t think there’s a way to recover, Suarez said. Each high school across Pasco County has a computer lab where students who have failed a class can take an online course to catch up, Suarez said. That course can be taken during the school day and there’s also an after-school option, he said. Students take the courses online, but there’s also a teacher in the lab to ensure that the students are progressing. “The teacher has to open the quiz,” Suarez said. “Once they (students) take the quiz and they score high enough on it, they move on to the next level.” The program goes beyond sheer academics, Suarez said. It also addresses the social and emotional aspects of the student. Often, the students who need to take courses over are smart enough to pass, but have other issues, Suarez said. There may be problems at home, or they may have had to skip school to help the family financially, he said. The credit recovery program aims to help students be motivated to attend school and be successful. “It’s about connection with the students,” Suarez said. Anyone wishing additional information about the program should contact his or her high school’s guidance staff, he said.Helping students graduate



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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLand O'Lakes sophomore Travis Nichols was in an unfamiliar spot more than halfway through the 5-kilometer course at the Class 3A-District 6 meet on Nov.3. He has finished consistently in the top two at area races all year,but was fourth with less than a mile to go.Then he turned on the jets and claimed the individual district championship by setting a personal record (PR) in 15:58.4. Nichols wasn't saving himself for a sprint for the finish line. "I was just really tired,"Nichols said with a big laugh."I was able to pass them and gave everything I had to catch up." Nichols did more than catch up he bested Wiregrass Ranch's Sam Hippely by 4.3 seconds to win the title. "Sam had me the entire time and it took everything I had to catch him,"Nichols said. "The last little bit we just battled." Hippely beat Nichols the week before for the Sunshine State Conference championship,and the two have finished near the top of meet leader boards all year. "I was just thinking about beating Sam because he beat me at conference,"Nichols said."It's a good competition and we're always pushing each other in races.We want to beat each other and we want our team to beat the other's team." Nichols finished 19th in 17:14.45 just a year ago at districts. "I've been training a lot with Tyler (Stahl) and we push each other every practice," Nichols said."We don't worry about who wins in meets,but that competition in practice helps." The Gators'70 points gave them third place at the meet behind second place Sarasota and champion Wiregrass Ranch.It is the fourth straight district crown for the Bulls. Sunlake finished fifth at the event,but only the topfour teams and any runner in the top-13 individually not on an advancing team move on to regionals. Sunlake senior Kenny Fessel qualified individual with his ninth-place performance,but would rather have a pack of Seahawks with him in the next round."I definitely wish my team would be on the start line with me at regionals,"Fessel said."I really would like to be able to run with the team again. We've had a pretty steady team these last four years and it's something I'll always remember being on this team."Land O'Lakes and Sunlake girls were shut out of a place at regionals thanks in part to the fourth consecutive title for Wiregrass Ranch.The Bulls girls'35 points was 38 less than second place Bellview.Wiregrass Ranch claimed seven of the top-17 spots at the meet and also set a Pasco girls record in a 5-kilometer race by having an average finish of 19:41.57.The county started having 5Ks in 2002.The Bulls lost four of their top-seven runners from last year,but still managed to complete the four-peat.Nikita Shah led the way for the Wiregrass Ranch girls with a 17:52,faster than any other girl in Pasco this year.Her PR entering the race was 18:38. The finish for Shah comes about a year after she started suffering through a bout of anemia that zapped her strength. "It's really exciting for Nikita to overcome it,"said Bulls girls coach Don Howard. "She's worked really hard this year.She's run more miles than I've ever had a girl run. She's done more work than I've ever had a girl do and it's paying off now." The performance made Shah the individual runner-up to Bellview's Anne-Marie Blanev's 17:39.1. The Land O'Lakes boys and both Bulls squads,along with Fessel,will compete in regionals at Lecanto High on Saturday,Nov. 12 at 7:30 a.m.Riehle 19th,Stanger ties for 28thA pair of area student-athletes competed in last week's state golf tournaments,and both finished in the top third of their respected events.Saddlebrook Prep senior Lauren Riehle shot a 13-over 157 at the girls Class 1A tournament on Nov.1-2,good enough for 19th place.She was 13 shots off the championship pace of Windermere Prep's Shannon Aubert.Riehle,who won individual district and regional titles this year,finished with a 16-over 160 to take 37th at the same event last year. The Wesley Chapel resident has committed to play at the University of Miami next season. Gaither junior Jimmy Stanger,who claimed an individual district championship this season, carded a 15-over 159 to finish in a five-way tie at the boys 2A finals on Nov.1-2. Okeechobee's Richard Donegan took the championship with an even-par 144. It is the first time Stanger has played in the state event. Sunlake High athletic director Russ Schenk was picked as one of 10 members on the Florida High School Athletic Association's (FHSAA) wrestling advisory committee.Members of the committee are voted on by coaches from the zone they represent. It is the second time Schenk has been a part of the group, which makes decisions on all wrestling issues within the state from rules to venues for meets.He served on the committee in 2004 and 2005 but resigned when he took a position at the Steinbrenner Recreation Center at Culver Academy in Indiana. Schenk is currently Sunlake's wrestling coach.He was a member of the Tarpon Springs undefeated state championship wrestling team in 1982 and was a high school allAmerican.Schenk also wrestled collegiately.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT Russ Schenk Sunlake's Schenk picked for state advisory committee 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 16 Land O'Lakes sophomore Travis Nichols claimed the boys district championship on Nov. 3 with a time of 15:58.4. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comSteinbrenner's cross country teams moved up in classification this year,but the Warriors showed they can run with anyone by winning Class 3A-District 8 meets Nov.4. The boys used an average time of 16:50.86,which translated in all seven members finishing in the top-11 spots.Tyler Lima led the Warriors with his third-place pace of 16:23.67.Lauren Garris crossed the finish line in third place with a 20:29.11 for the girls team. The dual-sports athlete she also plays soccer was disappointed with her position."It was like one or two minutes,big difference,"Garris said of her time behind first-place finisher Sarah Hartman,of Sickles, who ran a 19:33.52. It is the second straight district title for the Warriors boys,while the girls finished as the runner-up last season. Gaither's Rachel Cazares clocked in at 20:44.51 to nab fourth place and was the lone Cowboy to advance. "We were expecting definitely her to be in the top 10,but we were not expecting fourth,"said Cazares's coach,Amber Traci. In 4A-6,there was no topping Plant, which attained perfect scores of 15 in both the boys and girls races.Freedom girls coach,Dwight Smith,knew the Panthers would not be dethroned."They competed the first two miles with Plant we knew they were going to break away,but I'm happy that they fought really hard,"Smith said. "It's great for me,it's great for the team, it's great for Freedom High School,"Smith added about his team finishing as district runner-up. Under second-year coach Greg Lewandowski,the Freedom boys squeaked into regionals with a team score of 88,five points better than Wharton. Because there were only six full teams in the 4A-6 meet,only the top three advanced."We got such a young team. We've got so much room for improvement over the next year," Lewandowski said."This is our second year making it to regionals, and we're just climbing the ladder."Adam Urbaniak's finished in sixth place and was the first Patriot to finish the 5-kilometer race in 17:27.86.He said he was in 10th place when he started picking off runners ahead of him except for the Plant runners. "The Plant guys are hard, they're all great runners.They know what they're doing,so it's tough to pass those guys," Urbaniak said. Urbaniak admitted he was just hoping for top 15,so finishing sixth surpassed his expectations.Wharton girls runners Taylor Griffith and Mariah Henderson finished in 10th and Mariah Henderson finished in 13th to advance individually.No boys Wildcats qualified.Both Freedom teams and the Wildcats who qualified will race in the regional meet at McIntosh Middle on Saturday,Nov.12. Steinbrenner and Cazares will compete at Lecanto High on Saturday,Nov.12,where they will face off against defending regional champs Wiregrass Ranch. Area boys 10-top 3A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Travis Nichols 1 15:58.4 Land O' Lakes Sam Hippely 2 16:02.7 Wiregrass Ranch Ermias Bireda 4 16:23.9 Wiregrass Ranch Tyler Stahl 5 16:31.1 Land O' Lakes David Hill 6 16:35 Wiregrass Ranch Kenny Fessel 9 16:41.7 SunlakeArea girls 10-top 3A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Nikita Shah 2 17:52 Wiregrass Ranch Elise Cedre 4 19:30.05 Wiregrass Ranch Chelsea Ginn-Davis 6 16:44.69 Wiregrass Ranch Berlin Waters 9 20:23.17 Wiregrass RanchAll results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association. Area boys 10-top 4A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Adam Urbaniak 6 17:27.86 Freedom Jayren Barginere 8 17:40.64 WhartonArea girls 10-top 4A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Ashley Smith 8 20:02.04 Freedom Taylor Griffith 10 20:22.61 WhartonArea boys 10-top 3A-8 performancesRunner Place Time School Tyler Lima 3 16:23.67 Steinbrenner Matt Magee 4 16:43.81 Steinbrenner Zach Lima 5 16:47.87 Steinbrenner Chris Cerreta 7 17:04.52 Steinbrenner Tanner Biles 9 17:14.40 Steinbrenner Preston West 10 17:15.64 SteinbrennerArea girls 10-top 3A-8 performancesRunner Place Time School Lauren Garris 3 20:29.11 Steinbrenner Rachel Cazares 4 20:44.51 Gaither Erica Partlow 7 21:08.45 SteinbrennerAll results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.Land O' Lakes' Nichols claims district title The Freedom girls cross country team took second place at the Class 4A-District 6 meet, guaranteeing a spot at regionals. (Photo by Eugenio Torrens) Warriors sweep districts



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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA NOVEMBER 9,2011 Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Veterans Day salutePages 4-5Woman's club's big giftPage 7Girls soccer previewPages 20-21 INSIDE TRIO RIDES INTO DAY OF FUNFrom left are Land O'Lakes residents Trenton Apostol, Mark Griffin and Dally Griffin as they take a spin on the carousel on the midway at the Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest. The annual event was at the Land O'Lakes Community Center Nov. 4-6. (Photo by Faith Jordan) For more photos,see page 8.Revamped after-school program strugglesNumbers plummet to less than 100By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThree years ago the Hillsborough County parks department's after-school program had nearly 6,000 children enrolled at 31 sites,but that number has shriveled to less than 100. The mere fact it still exists seemed impossible a few short months ago when the Hillsborough Commission voted to eliminate the program,which cost the county $7.5 million to operate and served about 1,800 kids last school year. Public outcry caused the board to reverse the move in September,after the current school year began.Commissioner Ken Hagan said the plummeting numbers has more to do with the fact that parents and guardians had to find alternative places to send their children. "We did not approve the new program until after school started,"Hagan said. "Many parents were forced to make their after-school decisions prior to the program going into effect." The new program was scaled back in order to cut costs,including offering the after-school care at only 18 centers,including Nye Park in Lutz.Six of those sites have no children enrolled at them,while most have less than 10. Hagan was the commissioner who first See AFTER-SCHOOL,page15 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comIf billboards,balloons,banners and signs are any indication,then building activity is increasing in northern Hillsborough,central Pasco and east Pasco counties. Drivers along thoroughfares throughout those areas will see plenty of homebuilders vying for their attention. Just a few of the builders with something cooking include: Lennar,with new homes at Concord Station,off SR 54 in Land O'Lakes Southern Crafted Homes,with homes in Stonegate in the $170s to $500s and villas at Devonwood in the $150s D.R.Horton,with homes on the north side of SR 54,east of Livingston Road and The Greens at Hidden Creek off Eiland and Championsgate boulevards Cardel Homes,in a new phase in Country Walk off Meadow Pointe BoulevardRyland Homes and William Ryan Homes,with homes in Ashton Oaks off SR 54Seven Oaks has new models and builders in its community,off SR 56 Ashton Woods Homes,with luxury semi-custom townhomes planned at Crenshaw Reserve on US 41 in Lutz Billboards tout homes being offered by other builders,too,including Arthur Rutenberg Homes and Mercedes Homes, and there are multiple builders sending out news releases about their latest offerings. The signs of activity are more abundant than in recent months and this comes despite a housing market that has taken a beating for the past couple of years.High unemployment and poor investments triggered a record rate of foreclosures. And an oversupply of inventory coupled with foreclosures and short sales caused prices and values to plummet.The apparent uptick in activity may reflect an expectation that many have that housing prices will stabilize within the next six months,said Mario Polo,a broker associate forHomebuilding activity appears up in region Lennar, D.R. Horton, Ashton Woods Homes and Southern Crafted Homes are a few of the builders showing increased activity in the area.(Photos by B.C. Manion) See HOMES,page15 Get your PUBLIX insert in The Laker /Lutz News



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MOST VIEWED WEBSITE! YouthSportsSchoolsChambersCommuni tyCalendarPhotosDoes your business target local families? Most Popular Websites in Pasco2010 Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce Media Company of the Yearwww. OurTownFLA .com2010 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year Land O'Lakes / Connerton / Oakstead / Lutz / Trinity / Western Pasco Wesley Chapel / Meadow Pointe / Zephyrhills / San Antonio / Dade City Proudly shooting neighborhood faces for the Laker for the past 10 years Most Popular Websites in PascoJUST$99.95 /mo(and up)gets your business on our websites For more information call 813-996-2900Tony@OurTownFLA.com Check us out on facebook.com/OurTownFLA POSTAGE IS NEEDED! for the shipment of items generously donated by our community.WILL YOU HELP? Lutz Patriots Still Need Your Help . I Want To Help The Lutz Patriots Ship Packages to Our Troops Overseas $10 Donation $25 Donation Please make checks payable to:U.S.Post MasterMail to:Lutz Patriots P.O.Box 1115 Lutz,FL 33549100% of your donation goes to support the troops. $50 Donation $100 Donation Keller Williams,which compiles a monthly sales report of new and existing homes sold in Pasco and Hillsborough counties."If they're putting them in the ground now,they'll be ready for spring.That's the selling season,"Polo said.It takes four to six months to put a home in the ground,he said. While price stability may be coming, Polo predicts that values will decline in the short term as foreclosures flood the market during the next 30 to 60 days. "Lenders will be releasing foreclosed properties they have been holding,"Polo wrote in his report,which uses data from the Greater Tampa Association of Realtors Mid-Florida Regional Multiple Listing Service. The job market is another major issue, Polo writes."Unemployment is still our No. 1 problem,"he notes.Tougher lending standards and appraisals are hindering sales,too. Despite those issues,Jim Deitch,chief operating officer for Southern Crafted Homes expects his company to continue to fare well. "We've continued to defy the market,if you will,"Deitch said."Our sales are up 26 percent." The company is building homes in Stonegate,Devonwood in Land O'Lakes and The Preserve at Quail Woods in Wesley Chapel. Deitch said the homebuilder's customersHOMES,from page 1tend to be empty nesters,doctors,military personnel,nurses and people who work in the financial services industry. Many of the company's buyers are doctors who have relocated because they will be working at the new Trinity Hospital on SR 54 when it opens.Nurses have been attracted to the homebuilder's offerings,too, particularly in Devonwood,because they don't want to have to worry about maintaining their property,Deitch said. Southern Crafted Homes aims to fulfill its customers'desires,Deitch said. "We will pretty much do any change that the customer wants.That includes adding square feet,customizing the space and meeting the individual needs."In one case,it meant changing the design of the garage to accommodate a customer who has a passion for cars;in others,it has meant customized media or billiard rooms.Deitch said he has seen tremendous changes in the Pasco market,since he came into the area."When we started in 1990, there was nothing up here,"he said. While Polo expects prices to slide in the short term because of an increased number of foreclosed properties on the market, Deitch expects housing prices to increase long term as the costs go up for land,concrete,shingles and other materials. Homebuilders cannot put themselves in a position of trying to compete with short sales and foreclosure,Deitch said."It's not a sustainable business model,"he said. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 15 FIRST UNITED First United Methodist Church,960 W. Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz Chapel Service every Sunday 8 a.m. Blended Service 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:30 a.m. Classes for all ages,9:45 and 11:30 a.m. For more information,call (813) 9491751.HOLY TRINITY Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,20735 Leonard Road in Lutz Traditional service every Sunday at 8 a.m. Family service 9:15 a.m. Service with the choir at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care is provided for children in kindergarten or younger for the 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.services Middle school youth meet Sunday at 6 p.m. High school youth meet Sunday at 7 p.m. Choir rehearses at 7 p.m.Thursday For more information,call (813) 9497173 or visit www.holytrinitylutz.com.KEYSTONE COMMUNITY Keystone Community Church,21010 SR 54 in Lutz Bible study for all ages from 9:30 to 10:15 a.m.Sunday Worship begins at 10:30 a.m. For more information,call (813) 9624522 or visit keystonecommunity.org.NEW TAMPA BAPTIST New Tampa Baptist Church,14801 Livingston Ave.in Lutz Sunday School Classes for all ages at 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Children's Church at 10:50 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship Service at 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening Worship at 7 p.m. Wednesday Choir Rehearsal at 8 p.m. For more information,call (813) 9770273 or visit newtampabaptist.org.ST. TIMOTHYSt.Timothy Catholic Church,17512 Lakeshore Road in Lutz Fr.Kenneth J.Malley,pastor Daily Mass Monday Friday at 9 a.m. Vigil Mass Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Sunday Masses 7:30 a.m.,9 a.m.,11 a.m.,5:30 p.m. For more information,call (813) 9681077. FAITH & WORSHIP the last three years because of the large operating cost. The board had decided it was able to maintain the program in less lean fiscal cycles,but a $50 million shortfall in the current budget made it too expensive to keep at its former level. Commissioner Kevin Beckner has been one of the more outspoken members who would rather cut the program than lay off other county employees. "How long do you operate at a loss before you decide to pull the plug on an operation?"Beckner said. The new scaled-down program does allow the commission to drop any site that has fewer than 25 children enrolled. Currently,all locations have fewer than 25. Thornton said they will not stop the program at any site just yet. "We evaluate the program daily," Thornton said."We're not going to give up until we either have a successful program or it's not going to work."For more information on Hillsborough parks,visit www.hillsboroughcounty.org/parks. worked out the scaled-down program with parks department director Mark Thornton. They reduced the base price for a week's care from $48 to $38,and also to as little as $20 for children receiving free or reducedprice lunches,to increase attendance. "The program is outstanding,"Thornton said."Unfortunately,the parents had to find other places because of the start of school, and they haven't been back.We may not grow fast enough,and we may not be able to continue." Hagan added,"It wasn't surprising parents found other places for their kids.We thought the lower price would bring them back,but as of yet it hasn't." The program has until June to bring numbers to levels where it can pay for itself. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 28 Like us on Facebook. All seminars are located in the Garden Lobby Classroom. Reserve your space: StJosephsNorth.com/Events BC Everything Health, Everywhere CareCommunity EducationAre You Ready for Holiday Cooking? Tuesday, November :pmCooking a great, healthy feast to share with family and friends is one of the many joys of the holidays and one of the many stresses. Planning ahead is one of the keys to making holiday cooking stress-free. Knowing how to prepare healthy food and having all the right ingredients on hand is critical as well. Join Twigs Cafs Chef Paul and our dietitian for a cooking demonstration and a seminar on menu planning, time and equipment management, healthy menu options and dealing with traditions. Learn how you can keep traditions and also add your own touch. Lutz



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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9, 2011 3 By Eugenio Torrens etorrens@cnewspubs.com Rebecca Maldonado couldn’t hold the secret any longer. She called her daughter, Mari Hernandez, who was in Ft. Lauderdale visiting her grandparents to tell her the unexpected news. Hernandez, 11, was one of six national winners in the Reach for the Stars competition. Maldonado told the grandparents first. “I told them first, that way they would know what she was screaming and excited about,” Maldonado said. “Then they put me on the phone with her and they celebrated over there and I celebrated over the phone.” Hernandez, a sixth-grader at Orange Grove, entered the competition through her Girl Scouts troop, based in Lutz. It started through a camp held at Middleton, where Maldonado is a Spanish teacher. Maldonado was attending a workshop one floor above where the rocket camp was taking place, which made it that much easier for Hernandez. Patricia Hemenway, with Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, constantly encouraged Hernandez, who was surrounded by people from different troops. Maldonado stressed how welcoming and reassuring Hemenway was. “She was like ‘Come on in, you’ll be fine. Your mom’s upstairs,’” Maldonado said. After a few trips, Hernandez grew to love the camp and the rocket she was making. “They never told us what it was made out of, but I’m just guessing it’s very similar to a toilet paper roll and a paper towel roll, but it’s much thinner,” said Hernandez about the rocket. Once the rockets were built and ready, there was a contest to see which rocket launch would land closest to the predetermined spot. The closest average distance from the landing to the marked destination determined the winners. The top two winners from the local contest advanced to nationals. Hernandez was one of the two. I’m like ‘It’s just going to be a boring contest, I know I’m not going to win or anything,’” Hernandez said. “When I heard that I was going to win, I’m like ‘I bet this is a prank.’” The numbers that determined who advanced to nationals were also used to figure out the country’s winners. Hernandez’s average was good enough, and she won the national competition. The resulting phone call was more than either Hernandez or Maldonado could have bargained for. “I was sort of happy about the division because I went that far, but I was more excited with the national (contest) because I went ever farther,” Hernandez said. She became a celebrity at school. The media attention had fellow students asking all sorts of questions about their peer rocket scientist. Hernandez had to shove her rocket in her locker to make sure no one took it. Now it sits on her desk, serving as a constant reminder of what she accomplished. “Every time I work, I glance at it,” Hernandez said. As a result of her winning the national competition, Hernandez and Maldonado were invited to the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. They got the V.I.P. treatment and Hernandez even met a couple of astronauts. “They went the extra mile for sure,” Maldonado said. Now that she’s a couple of months removed from the contest, Hernandez is still busy with Girl Scouts. Maldonado is happy that her daughter won the contest, but she is happier at the opportunities that have opened up from the exposure Hernandez’s rocket has brought. “We’re laughing about how much attention she’s gotten over this, because she was very apprehensive at first,” Maldonado said. “It almost didn’t happen.” Mari Hernandez, 11, achieved national exposure when she won a rocket contest. Her rocket had one of the closest average landing distances from a predetermined spot. 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"We kicked it off on 9/11,"Denny said. "We must have pulled 15 black contractor bags full of weeds and trash out of the memorial." Initially,the volunteers thought they would simply pull out the weeds and fill in the gaps with fresh plants,said Sharon Grace,a member of the GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club. But they consulted two landscapers who told them the garden needed a complete overhaul,Grace said. The organizers had not envisioned spending much money on the project,but they got help from Denny's company, Commonwealth Insurance;Coviello's company,American Outlaw Jeep Parts;Capstone Credit & Collection Agency;SITA,Inc.and W.S.P.Consultants,Inc. They also got other kinds of contributions. PlayNation of Tampa donated the mulch and Image Painting of Florida provided the paint and did the pressure washing.And,on the kick-off day,Nancy's Good N Fast restaurant supplied sandwiches to feed the hungry crew. Duncheon's Nursery & Landscaping and ValleyCrest Landscape Companies provided plant consultations and got the organizers very good prices for the replacement plants, Denny said. Three men from Duncheon's also helped rip out many of the old plants to make way for new ones,Denny said. She and Coviello had been out in the rain pulling out the old plants so the new ones could be planted. Some men from Duncheon's drove by and took pity on them,Denny said. The men used special shovels and had the plants out in 20 minutes,a job that Denny said would have taken her and Coviello hours to complete. She's still grateful. "My back was killing me,"she said. The updated memorial garden now boasts Knockout Roses,dwarf firebush, Indian Hawthorne and dwarf Walter's viburnum. In addition to the money and materials donated for the project,many people gave their time and sweat equity. Besides the woman's club,their families and friends,there were other volunteers. Some members of the Exchangettes,a service club from Steinbrenner High pitched in,and so did some scout troops.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 4 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comSuzanne Denny was walking through Lutz Memorial Park on the Fourth of July and noticed that the memorial in the park was choked with weeds. "It was so overgrown by poison oak you couldn't even see what it was,"said Denny,who was in the park that day with her life partner,Randy Coviello. Denny declared the situation "a disgrace." Coviello told her she should do something about it. So she did. But she didn't do it alone.She joined the GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club and suggested the group take on a makeover of the memorial as a group project. The memorial honors not only those who have been in the military,but also firefighters,police officers,emergency responders and others who serve or have served their community or nation. On Sunday,in honor of this week's celebration of Veterans Day,there will be a special ceremony to rededicate the lovingly restored memorial. As many of these things go,the project was a lot more involved than it seemed it would be at first. Rededication of Lutz Service MemorialWhat: Rededication of the Lutz Veteran's Service Memorial hosted by the GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club.When: 11 a.m.,Sunday,Nov.13.Where: 98 First Ave.S.W.,Lutz (at the corner of Lutz-Lake Fern Road and US 41)Who: Everyone is welcome to attendHonoring those who serve Volunteers do a makeover of the Lutz Service Memorial, which honors men and women who serve or have served their nation and community. (Photos courtesy of the GFWC Lutz-Pasco Junior Woman's Club) Continued on next page Answers are right around the corner. Stop by our Humana Guidance Center and talk to one of our licensed sales representatives in person. They can help answer your questions and even sign you up for a plan that “ts your needs. Stop by today and see how easy it is to “nd the Humana plan thats right for you. Or call to schedule an appointment. 813-780-7300 (TTY: 711) Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm The Humana Guidance Center is located at: Zephyrhills, Townview Shopping Center, 7400 Gall Blvd. The dates to enroll in a Medicare Advantage plan for 2012 have changed. The new dates are October 15th December 7th.* So, dont forget! Enrollment ends December 7th.A Health plan with a Medicare contract. For more information contact the plan. A sales person will be present with information and applications. For accommodation of persons with special needs at sales meetings, call 813-780-7300(TTY: 711) Monday Friday, 9:00 am 5:00 pm. *Some exceptions may apply.Y0040_GHHH56OHH File & Use 09212011 TMP 10/11 Questions about Medicare Advantage plans? Former U.S. Army Major Free Consultation813.929.6789www.WesleyChapelLawGroup.com M c B a t h h L a w w F i r m , P A .W e s l e y y C h a p e l 18 Years Experience Divorce Attorney Time to Separate?



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Lutz Patriots hope to send tons of stuff'to soldiersBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Lutz Patriots are gearing up to send care packages to U.S.soldiers serving overseas in time for the holiday season but need a little help from the community. The group,which formed in March of 2003 during the start of Operation Iraqi Freedom,will have a packing party on Saturday,Nov.26 to prepare as many packages as possible for the troops.The boxes will include items like snack foods,hygiene products and entertainment. "Basically anything to make their lives a little easier,"said patriot member Bruce Hockensmith."We like to send as much as we can,so we're asking anyone who can to donate a few things so we can give them a nice treat.We want to send tons of stuff." The packages will be mailed right after the packing party so they reach the troops by Christmas.Hockensmith was a sergeant in the Army and served in Germany from 1965-68.He said getting care packages was a little thing that helped him get through the tough times."I remember serving and how much it meant to me just getting a letter from home,"Hockensmith said."For those young men and women far away from home,the least we can do is make them feel a little more comfortable." The patriots send packages to the troops on a regular basis but try and make a big push right before the holidays.They also receive cards from soldiers thanking them for the kind gesture. "Seeing pictures and reading letters from the troops lets us know that the soldiers are getting the gifts we send,"said patriot member Judy McCray."It's always a thrill to see those letters."Anyone interested in donating to the cause should e-mail lutzpatriots@verizon.net. Hockensmith said the group will pick up items right up to Friday,Nov.25,or donations can be dropped off on any Friday from 4-5:30 p.m.when the patriots wave American flags in front of the Old Lutz Schoolhouse on US 41. The Lutz Patriots wave to motorists each Friday by the Old Lutz Schoolhouse on US 41. Seen are Jean Durney, Jim Durney, Jim Russell, Roseanne Alvelo, Kris Starr, Bill McCray, Judy McCray, Janet Ondina, Marilyn Bedke and Bruce Hockensmith. (File photo)Stocking up for the troops The Lutz Service Memorial has a brand new look thanks to the hard work of many volunteers. Care package items neededFOOD: beef jerky,crackers,hard candy, gum,granola and protein bars,nuts, chips,coffee,Crystal Light packets, power bars,tuna in pouches,Slim Jim's, Oreo cookies,trail mix,fruit snacks, nondairy coffee creamer,microwave popcorn,Little Debbi's snack cakes. HYGIENE: deodorant,lip balm,razors, eye drops,body and foot powder,hand wipes,hand warmers,white athletic socks,wash cloths,dental care products, body lotion,sunblock,shampoo and conditioner,nail files,Q-tips,cotton balls, combs and brushes,bug spray,bar soap in zip-top bags. OTHER: board games,batteries,stationery,DVDs,CDs,CD players,fly swatters,puzzle books,Crocs and flip flops,athletic balls and equipment,letters and cards from local people, bandanas,paper and pens,sewing kits, comic and joke books,magazines,small flashlights,disposable cameras,Frisbees.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 5 Hillsborough County firefighter Artie Taylor helped out several times and he and he drafted another firefighter,Michael Hudkins,to help out,too. Others who pitched in were Sheila Tramontana,a former candidate for Lutz Guv'na and Lizz Owen,of Standard Pacific Homes,who told Denny about Image Painting of Florida and ValleyCrest Landscape Companies. Craig Jewesak,the aide in Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist's office and Rina Rojas,a manager at the Hillsborough parks department were also responsive,Denny said.The sprinklers in the garden needed to be repaired and they were,she said. Denny also touched base with Phyllis and William Hoedt,who were on the committee that originally installed the memorial and with the Orange Blossom Garden Club, the group that originally maintained it to get their blessing for the project. Denny is thrilled by the project's outcome. "People came out and gave their time and effort,"she said."I love how the community has come together." Stop by Florida Medical Clinics booth and receive a Gift Card for a FREE Flu Shot!Sunday, November 13th Health & Wellness Festival The Grove,Wesley ChapelTHE GIFT CARD CAN BE REDEEMED AT FLORIDA MEDICAL CLINIC FAMILY MEDICINE OFFICE LOCATIONS WESLEY CHAPEL Phone: 813.991.9355 Allison R. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 6 Surgical weight loss seminarsThe Surgical Weight Loss Center at Florida Hospital Tampa offers a multi-disciplinary class focusing on all aspects of losing weight.The free program is on Saturday,Nov.12 from 10-11:30 a.m.and Tuesday,Nov.29 from 6:30-8 a.m.at the LifeHope Medical office,3000 Medical Park Drive.Dr.John Dietrick will present the class.For more information,call (813) 615-7077.Wesley Chapel Chamber fairThe Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce will have a health fair on Sunday,Nov.13 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.at The Grove at Wesley Chapel,5900 Wesley Grove Blvd.The free event is sponsored by the future Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel.Managing neuropathy drug freeThe Foundation for Wellness Professionals and Quantum Vitality Centres will lead a class to teach people ways to treat neuropathy without drugs on Wednesday,Nov.16 from 12-1 p.m.at Seven Oak's Club House,2910 Sports Core Circle in Wesley Chapel.Dr.Pete Szakacs will host the session.Reservations required.To sign up,call (813) 973-4747.Holiday cooking class Nov. 15Cooking a great,healthy feast to share with family and friends is one of the many joys of the holidays and one of the many stresses.Planning ahead is one of the keys to making holiday cooking stress free. Join Twiggs CafŽ's at St.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,on Tuesday,Nov.15 at 6:30 p.m.for a free class on healthy holiday cooking.Pasco Regional's tiny printsPasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City is offering a new service for expectant parents.Tiny Prints is an ultrasound imaging technology that provides life-like 3D images to capture pictures of fetal development. The optimal time to see fetal movements begins at 26 weeks and the best time to capture images of baby's face is between 28 and 34 weeks.If for some reason,the ultrasound techs are not able to capture the baby's picture,Pasco Regional will guarantee a return visit within 72 hours at no charge. Tiny Prints is a nondiagnostic service for parents.No doctor's order is needed and it is not covered by insurance.A mother must have an initial diagnostic ultrasound with an obstetrician before a Tiny Prints visit. For more information,visit www.PascoRegionalmc.com/4D.To schedule an appointment,call (352) 521-1592.Darius headlines hospital galaContemporary jazz saxophonist and composer Eric Darius will headline Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation's annual Gala. The gala is on Thursday,Nov.17 atSaddlebrook Resort's grand pavilion.The gala begins at 6 p.m.Individual tickets are $150. Darius has had one No.1 hit on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts and several top ten hits. "As I continue to evolve and grow musically,it's the journey to explore new things that keeps me excited and hungry to do what I do,"Darius said in a release. The event this year will raise money to support the hospital's future Breast Health Center,which is set to open next year. "The new Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Breast Health Center will give patients the ability to get the care they need close to home,"said foundation chairman Gene Whitfield in a release."Community support for the gala will enable us to save lives, right here in our own community." There will also be a golf tournament the day after the gala on Friday,Nov.18 at Saddlebrook's 18-hole Arnold Palmer-designed course.Registration is at 7 a.m.,with the tournament starting at 8:30 a.m. For more information on the gala or golf tournament,call (813) 783-6144.Postpartum depression supportSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital offers a support group to women who may be experiencing postpartum depression or other mood disorders associated with pregnancy or birth.The next session is on Wednesday, Nov.9 from 7-8:30 p.m.at the hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Prostate cancer support groupAmerican Cancer Society's Hope Lodge, 12810 USF Magnolia Drive in Tampa,hosts an educational program from the American Cancer Society to support men with prostate cancer or those close to them.The group meets the fourth Thursday of each month.For more information,call (800) 227-9954.Breastfeeding 101 classesLearn more about breastfeeding and its natural benefits to mom and baby during a one-session class at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.in Tampa.Find out how the body produces milk,as well as proper positioning for mother and baby.The cost is $35. Upcoming classes are on Wednesday,Nov.9 from 6-9 p.m.and on Sunday,Nov.20 from 1-4 p.m.To register,call (813) 443-3078.FIT 4 Baby exercise classesFIT 4 Baby is a free program offered at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,designed to strengthen the body for all changes it will experience during pregnancy.The 60-minute class includes cardio, strength,flexibility and balance training.It is designed to accommodate all the stages of pregnancy and various fitness levels. Those interested are asked to arrive 15 minutes early to warm up.The next dates are on Mondays,Nov.14 and Nov.28 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.To register,call (813) 4433078.HEALTH & WELLNESS Elderly shoulder pain seminarDr.Duane Belongie,an orthopedic surgeon,is the featured speaker for an upcoming free lecture on shoulder pain in the elderly at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point,14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,on Thursday,Nov.10 at 3 p.m. Shoulder pain is a common affliction that affects many elderly people on a daily basis.Depending on the severity of the pain,this type of problem can have a significantly negative impact on performing daily activities. There are several ways these joint pains can develop and be treated,and Belongie will be discussing causes and treatment options. Refreshments will be served.Reservations are required and can be made by calling (727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119. Dr. Duane Belongie



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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 7 A Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club sponsored The Country Jamboree on Oct.8 at the Lutz Community Center to benefit the Hacienda Girls Ranch.The event included line dancing,door prizes and barbecue food.Club members raised more than $1,000,which allows them to buy two desktop computers for the ranch.Hacienda is a 12-bed facility for girls ages 12-17 infoster care and provides a safe haven for abused,neglected and/or abandoned girls throughout Florida.Hacienda, located in Melbourne,is licensed as an emergency shelter and residential group home for girls who have emotional or behavioral challenges that interfere with traditional foster care placement. In addition,the ranch offers mental health counseling,remedial education,independent living and vocational opportunities, as well as numerous recreational activities. Hacienda's goal is to achieve permanency through reunification with the residents"biological families,placement in foster homes or with adoptive families,or through transition to independence. Prior to the new computer donations, the residents were using old electronics. The Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club donated two computers to the Hacienda Girls Ranch, which helps abused girls ages 12-17. (Photo courtesy of the woman's club)Jamboree helps Hacienda Girls Ranch Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News the c a m e o woman...Vivacious. Loves life. Beautiful inside & out. stunning hair premier make-up & skin products spa services to make you look & feel younger cameo c a m e o the absolute salon hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin813 948 74111817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.com SP A PACKAGES AVAILABLE SPA PACKAGES AVAILABLE $2000FREE $10000gift card for just $8000OR $5000gift card for just $4000gift card special THURSDAYOnly 50 minuteswedish massage $29.00The new Reds are Incut, color & treatment$95.00select stylist only Cameo is the salon local women trust to bring out their best. Isn't it time you trust Cameo too? Case¨is a part of the family fabric of every community, so what better way to honor the true heroes of our country than with a Case consumer event and products. We chose to honor four veterans of WWII who have lived in the area for more that 50 years,in keeping with our 50th anniversary.



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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 8 Lutz resident Christopher Sheppard, left, and friend Austin Brown were hanging and swinging at the annual festival. Cooper Diaz and Terrance Craig of Lutz enjoyed the rides. Katherine Edmondson of Land O'Lakes thought the cotton candy was the best part of the Swamp Fest. The Land O'Lakes High Future Farmers of America club raised money with a dunk tank at the Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest this year. Edwin Rodriguez was in the tank. The annual Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest was at the Land O'Lakes Community Center Nov. 4-6. The event included carnival-style rides, games and food. Money raised from tickets goes to support the athletic department at Land O'Lakes High. (Photos by Faith Jordan)Carnival fun at the Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest Members of the Pasco Police Athletic League Land O'Lakes Gators football and cheerleading program sold drinks and candy to earn money at the Land O'Lakes Swamp Fest. 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 11-30-11 Worried About Report Cards? Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge



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offer expires 11-30-11CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 9 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com ED MORSE AUTOMOTIVE GROUP HELPS FEED THE HUNGRYEd Morse Automotive Group is having a dealership-wide effort to collect nonperishable foods and canned goods to benefit Feeding America Bay. The food collection drive will run from Wednesday,Nov.9 through Friday,Nov.18. "Thanksgiving is the time of the year for us to reflect upon our blessings and help our neighbors in need,"Ted Morse, President/CEO of Ed Morse Automotive Group,said in a company news release. "We invite the Tampa community to visit any of our dealerships and be a part of this worthwhile effort." Food will be collected at Ed Morse Cadillac Tampa,Ed Morse Cadillac Brandon,the new Brandon Auto Mall and Morse Auto Plaza in Port Richey. For more information about the Ed Morse family of dealerships,please visit www.edmorse.com.NEW TAMPA LEGAL COUNSEL MOVES TO WESLEY CHAPELNew Tampa Legal Counsel,a family law firm,has moved its offices to Wesley Chapel.The firm specializes in estate planning,marital and family law,and probate and trust administration. Its new office is at 26843 Tanic Drive, Suite 101,in Wesley Chapel,close to The Shops at Wiregrass. The company chose the location because of its proximity to I-275 and I-75, giving clients easy access to the firm. For more information about New Tampa Legal Counsel,visit www.NewTampaLegalCounsel.com,or call (813) 994-8858.JOB CREATION FUNDS STILL AVAILABLE Hillsborough County's new Small Business Job Creation Program still has money available for qualifying small business owners who hire new employees. The program reimburses small businesses up to 50 percent of three months' total salary for new jobs,capped at $3,900 per new employee. Small business owners can download an application and more information from the Hillsborough County Small,Minority Business Development Section's Web page at:www.hillsboroughcounty.org/econdev/. Applications are being accepted on a first-come,first-serve basis until program funding runs out.For additional information,contact the Hillsborough County Small,Minority Business Development Section at (813) 914-4028.FORECLOSURE AVOIDANCE WORKSHOPDennis Realty & Investment Corp. sponsored a Certified Distressed Property Expert training conference at the Lutz Residence Inn for real estate agents who are interested in helping homeowners avoid foreclosure. More than 85 agents from the Tampa Bay area,including many from Dennis Realty attended the training and received their CDPE certification. Contact Dennis Realty at (813) 9497444 for a confidential,no obligation consultation with one of the company's Certified Distressed Property Experts to learn more about how to avoid foreclosure through a short-sale.ZEPHYRHILLS THRIFT SHOPPE RIBBON CUTTINGGulfside Regional Hospice's newest Thrift Shoppe had its official opening with a ribbon cutting on Oct.25. Members from the Greater Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce joined Gulfside staff and volunteers at the store,36524 SR 54,to mark the occasion.The new location joins four other Gulfside Regional Hospice Thrift Shoppes located throughout Pasco County in Dade City,Hudson,Lutz and New Port Richey. All Gulfside Regional Hospice Thrift Shoppes are open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Volunteers and donations are needed at all of the Thrift Shoppe locations. Donations are accepted daily during business hours.Pick-up can be scheduled for larger items by calling the store nearest you.HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY LEGISLATIVE ISSUESThe Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association has outlined its key policy issues for the Florida Legislature's 2012 session. The industry's key issues in the coming session deal with changes it believes lawmakers should make regarding online travel,immigration and gambling. The association said state law must address these issues to benefit state tourism and Florida's hospitality industry.ALGAE-TO-BIOFUELTampa-based Culturing Solutions will host the grand opening of the first algaeto-biofuel demonstration plant in New Port Richey on Friday,Nov.17. Culturing Solutions wants to use algae,coupled with waste gases from industrial facilities,to create products that people want. The grand opening is scheduled for 1 p.m.on Thursday,Nov.17 at 9831 Mendel Drive in New Port Richey. This is Culturing Solutions'first demonstration plant in Florida.The company's technologies already are being used in Rhode Island,Australia,Romania, Hungary,and Russia.WOMEN IN SMALL BUSINESS SEMINARThe Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Inc.will host a free Women's Small Business Development Seminar,from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.on Saturday,Nov.12 at the University Area Community Development Center,14013 N.22nd St.in Tampa.The seminar will cover such topics as planning your business,funding in today's economy,marketing in the 21st century and how to do business with Hillsborough County's minority and women business program. Women interested in attending can register at,https://nc100bwtampabay.registertoattend.com or call (855) 800-0680.



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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 11 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR As Dean of the University of South Florida College of Nursing,I was pleased to see a letter to the editor regarding the education of nursing students,as it helps us enter a discussion on the lack of clinical sites for placement of our nursing students. USF is a leader in Florida educating nurses at all levels-bachelors,masters and doctoral. However,we face a critical shortage of clinical sites in which to train our students.This lack of clinical sites threatens our ability to adequately prepare sufficient nurses to address the current and future nursing shortages for the region and the state. Many people may not be aware that more than 200 nursing schools have been approved to educate nurses in the state of Florida.A major concern is that the majority do not have regional and national educational accreditation and often have no ties to the area.There is a significant difference in nursing education provided by these schools and those,like USF,who are invested in our local communities,have regional and national accreditation,and employ world-class faculty that integrate clinical practice,research and technology into their educational programs.Yet these programs compete head-to-head with Florida-based accredited programs for clinical sites for student experiences.Therein lies the dilemma that we face for educating nurses in this area and the concern raised in the editorial regarding USF training students in Pasco County. One of USF's recent efforts to address the professional nursing shortages in Florida has resulted in a revised RN-to-BS program that delivers a cutting-edge educational experience tailored to the needs of associate-degree graduates as they continue their education.These changes were accomplished with input and guidance from the community of West-Central Florida to meet their nursing education needs. We consider our relationships with community colleges invaluable as we address the nursing shortage and have also recently established articulation agreements to facilitate seamless transition for their graduates to complete baccalaureate degrees at USF. This is particularly critical because the Institute of Medicine's recent report highlighting the need for educational programs that can fill the huge gap that exists for baccalaureate and masters-prepared nurses.It is well documented that in hospitals where a majority of RNs are at least BS-prepared,patient risk is significantly lower and mortality (death) rates are decreased.Unfortunately,in the state of Florida far less than half of RNs have BS degrees one of the lowest rates in the nation. At USF it is our mission to create the nursing leaders of tomorrow and the research that improves health.We welcome continued opportunities to discuss ways to improve the nursing workforce and strengthen partnerships with accredited programs of nursing dedicated to improving the health of the people of the state of Florida.These partnerships are vital to training the next generation of nurses at the educational levels they will need for practice.As one of the flagship public institutions in the state of Florida,the University of South Florida is prepared to meet our community's needs for nurses who will transform healthcare and the lives of those in our community. Dianne Morrison-Beedy, Senior Associate Vice President, USF Health Dean,College of Nursing Re: Pasco County does not need more nursing students YOU MAY NOT BE IN IT FORTHE MONEY NEED Just because youve chosen the path of God instead of the money trail doesnt mean you should forsake your “nancial future. Thats where we come in. Were MMBB. For over 100 years weve been oering investment, retirement and insurance bene“ts just for those who serve the church, both ordained and lay. To learn more about us and our “nancial products, visit www.mmbb.org or call 1-800-986-6222. Isnt it time your money started working as hard as you?REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THATS OUR CALLING. William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & SurgeryWhere we keep you a step ahead.Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZ Feet Hurt? Call a PodiatristFAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYWOUNDCARECall for Appointment.813-406-4806Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Reasonable Rates for Uninsured



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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 16 Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWiregrass Ranch girls cross country runner Nikita Shah summarized the Class 3A-Ditrict 6 meet with one sentence. "This is a good day for Wiregrass,"Shah said. Nov.3 was indeed a good day for the Bulls,as the girls and boys teams each claimed district championships for the fourth straight season.The four-peat is even bigger for the programs,as each lost four of its top-seven runners from last season. "It pretty much proves we can bounce back even though we lost four seniors from last year,"said Wiregrass Ranch boy runner Sam Hippely."Coach has gotten us better and everyone's times are even better." Bulls boys coach Chris Loth said the ability to rebound after losing some of the squad's top athletes is a testament to his runners'hard work. "We had a lot of bodies around all summer and they were ready to fill those shoes and get some of the glory themselves,"Loth said."They were motivated to do that and they did.Four in a row." Wiregrass Ranch had 39 points at the meet,14 less than the second place boys from Sarasota and 31 fewer than Land O' Lakes.The Bulls claimed five of the top-14 spots and had an average finish of 16:37.3 at the event. The Wiregrass Ranch girls'35 points was 38 less than second place Bellview.The Bulls claimed seven of the top-17 spots at the meet. Wiregrass Ranch also set a Pasco girls record in a 5-kilometer race by having an average finish of 19:41.57.The county started having 5Ks in 2002. "When we started the season we knew we had to do some rebuilding,"said Bulls girls coach Don Howard."What they did shows that we're actually a better team this year than we were last year." Every one of Wiregrass Ranch's top seven set a personal record (PR) at districts. "All I can say is coach Howard is a really good coach,"Shah said."He's able towith four graduating seniors in the top seven make our team better than we were last year." Shah,a junior,led the way with a 17:52, faster than any other time for a girl in Pasco this year.Her PR entering the race was 18:38. "I actually couldn't see the time at all," Shah said."My eyes get really blurry when I'm running and I didn't have my watch like I normally do.I forgot it,so I had no idea what kind of time I was running.When I was crossing I looked up and saw it was under 18 minutes I was really surprised." Shah said running without her watch may have made her run a little faster. "I was basically running blind,"Shah said."I usually check it close to the end to see if I run this fast I'll be done in 1 minute or something like that.I didn't know today,so I was just sprinting my hardest coming in just to be on the safe side." The finish for Shah comes about a year after she started suffering through a bout of anemia that zapped her strength. "It's really exciting for Nikita to overcome it," Howard said."She's worked really hard this year.She's run more miles than I've ever had a girl run. She's done more work than I've ever had a girl do and it's paying off now." The performance made Shah the individual runner-up to Bellview's Anne-Marie Blanev's 17:39.1. As for the Bulls boys,Hippely also set a PR by finishing in 16:02.7,4.3 seconds off the championship pace of Land O'Lakes' Travis Nichols.Hippely beat Nichols the week before to claim the Sunshine State Conference championship,and the two have finished near the top of meet leader boards all year. "There's someone always out there who wants to beat you and someone you want to beat,"Hippely said."It makes the races more exciting and it makes you run better times. If he runs fast then I have to run fast to stay up with him." The Bulls will compete in regionals at Lecanto High on Saturday,Nov.12 at 7:30 a.m.Both Wiregrass Ranch squads won regional titles last year.Wiregrass Ranch's fourth straight district sweep Area boys 10-top 3A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Travis Nichols 1 15:58.4 Land O' Lakes Sam Hippely 2 16:02.7 Wiregrass Ranch Ermias Bireda 4 16:23.9 Wiregrass Ranch Tyler Stahl 5 16:31.1 Land O' Lakes David Hill 6 16:35 Wiregrass Ranch Kenny Fessel 9 16:41.7 SunlakeArea girls 10-top 3A-6 performancesRunner Place Time School Nikita Shah 2 17:52 Wiregrass Ranch Elise Cedre 4 19:30.05 Wiregrass Ranch Chelsea Ginn-Davis 6 16:44.69 Wiregrass Ranch Berlin Waters 9 20:23.17 Wiregrass RanchAll results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association. Wiregrass Ranch senior Sam Hippely finished as the boys district runner-up by finishing in 16:02.4. Wiregrass Ranch junior Nikita Shah set a personal record by running a 17:52 to finish as the girls district runner-up on Nov. 4. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Junior Ermias Bireda's fourth-place finish in 16:23.9 at districts helped the Bulls win their fourth straight title. Bulls sophomore Elise Cedre took fourth place after running a personal record 19:30.05 at districts. Wiregrass Ranch senior Tyler Mattera ran a 17:00.02 to finish 13th at districts. Bulls junior Chelsea Ginn-Davis posted a 19:44.69, good enough for sixth place in districts. Bulls junior Emily Payne fought to finish in 21:03.82 at districts, good enough for 15th place. Addie Cornwell, the only freshman in either Bulls cross country team's top seven this year, ran a 21:16.09 to finish 17th at districts. Land O'Lakes sophomore Travis Nichols claimed the boys district championship with a time of 15:58.4.



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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 17 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner volleyball team swept Seminole 25-15,25-16,25-18 in the regional quarterfinals on Nov.1,but the Warriors were not pleased with the straight-set victory."We were a little slow coming out to start,"said Steinbrenner coach Jennifer Graham."They graded themselves a C-.There were just a lot of small errors here and there,and at this point we can't be making those errors."Overall a win is a win and it's great to win,"Graham continued."We have to get better because we're going to play better and better teams coming up,so it's just going to get harder for us.We have to come out of the gate faster is the bottom line." Errors committed by the Warriors (24-4) let the Warhawks (13-11) hang in the match.Steinbrenner saw a 20-7 third-set lead shrink to 23-16 and 24-18 before sophomore rightside hitter Rachel Mathison put an end to Seminole's season with her fifth kill of the match. The Warriors'serving game,which is usually their strength,was off by their standards. "The serves weren't always going where we wanted them to,"Graham said."That becomes frustrating because we can do it,we just weren't.Those are things that can be fixed.Some errors are good errors though.If we're serving aggressive and it's a foot out of the back wall then it's a great serve as long as it's not four or five." Freshman middle hitter Lauren Heldt brought some normalcy to Steinbrenner's serving when she recorded seven of her team-high eight aces on one rotation. "I've never had that many all together like that before,"Heldt said."I was trying to get it to certain spots and it dropped in. Our serving has been key for us all year.It's our top priority. The better we serve,the better our whole game is.If you're not serving, you can't play this game." Graham said Heldt tends to get aces in bunches. "And it usually ends with an aggressive miss,"Graham said."She's just got a great snap and it's a really hard ball to read.I would hate to be serve receiving against it.We look forward to her jump serving eventually,which will be a real threat." It was also fun for Heldt's teammates to watch her go on her run of aces. "It was absolutely amazing,"said junior outside hitter Madison Seuzeneau."I was jumping up and down after every ace." The Warrior frontline attack was led by Seuzeneau for the second straight match.She had a career-high 15 kills in a victory against Freedom in the district finals on Oct.27 and broke her own mark with 18 put down on the Warhawks. Graham said Seuzeneau has become a more consistent player the second half of this season. "She's peaking at the right time," Graham said.She then added,"I've been working with her for three years straight now with playing smart,hitting smart shots.Defensively we're working on getting her there.Right now she's just playing front row and eventually we'd like to be able to play her all the way around." Steinbrenner senior outside hitter Miranda Powell posted six kills.Junior middle hitter Baylee Hooker added six kills of her own while adding two blocks.Sophomore setter Casey McLean recorded 37 assists in just three sets. Seminole was without 6-foot-2 Marissa Lisenbee,who had a team-high 324 kills and 118 blocks this season. She received a red card during the district tournament and was ineligible to play. The Warriors host Clearwater in the regional semifinals on Tuesday,Nov.8 at 7 p.m.The Tornadoes defeated Freedom 25-12,25-22,23-25,25-18 on Nov.1. 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Sunlake High athletic director Russ Schenk was picked as one of 10 members on the Florida High School Athletic Associations (FHSAA) wrestling advisory committee. Members of the committee are voted on by coaches from the zone they represent. It is the second time Schenk has been a part of the group, which makes decisions on all wrestling issues within the state from rules to venues for meets. He served on the committee in 2004 and 2005 but resigned when he took a position at the Steinbrenner Recreation Center at Culver Academy in Indiana. Schenk is currently Sunlakes wrestling coach. He was a member of the Tarpon Springs undefeated state championship wrestling team in 1982 and was a high school all-American. Schenk also wrestled collegiately.Sunlake’s Schenk picked for state advisory committee Riehle 19th, Stanger ties for 28thA pair of area student-athletes competed in last weeks state golf tournaments, and both finished in the top third of their respected events.Saddlebrook Prep senior Lauren Riehle shot a 13-over 157 at the girls Class 1A tournament on Nov. 1-2, good enough for 19th place. She was 13 shots off the championship pace of Windermere Preps Shannon Aubert.Riehle, who won individual district and regional titles this year, finished with a 16-over 160 to take 37th at the same event last year. The Wesley Chapel resident has committed to play at the University of Miami next season. Gaither junior Jimmy Stanger, who claimed an individual district championship this season, carded a 15-over 159 to finish in a five-way tie for 28th place at the boys 2A finals on Nov. 12. Okeechobees Richard Donegan took the championship with an even-par 144. It is the first time Stanger has played in the state event.—Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9, 2011 19 SPORTS By Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspubs.com The University of Tampa (UT) Equestrian Team, which practices at Far Reach Farm in Lutz, brought home seven state ribbons from the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA). The event, which included 230 competitors from 14 colleges, was at Florida State University on Oct. 15. Not only was it the first contest of the season for the Spartans, it was also the first time the UT squad has participated at the IHSA. “We are the team to do it,” said team captain Kendra New. “In the previous years, no one has been able to pull off what we have accomplished. Not only did we make it there, every single one of our riders came home with a ribbon. It was the best feeling in the world to be there and have our presence known. I am very proud of all of our riders. We did not go there with any high expectations, but came home with a great feeling of pride.” All seven members of the UT team claimed a ribbon, given to the top-six participants in each event. Michenzi Marzano claimed a first-place ribbon, while New and Jessica Booth brought home a third. Rounding out the ribbons, Allie Heinrichs took home a fourth, Brigitte Werleman was awarded a fifth and Rami Younes and Molly McGill each claimed a sixth. Sherri O’Connor is the Spartan coach and said she was very pleased the squad’s hard work paid off at the event. The classes of competition included both jumping and flat events. Other in-state colleges that participated at the IHSA included Florida Atlantic University, Florida International University, Florida State, the University of Central Florida and the University of Florida. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 21 SPORTS them,"Daniello said. "Gaither we've always had a little rivalry with.We beat them for the district title last year.Playing Wiregrass is exciting because we've never played them before." Freedom second-year coach Jenna Ball played on the Tampa Bay Tech soccer team while in high school.Having such a tough district makes her thrilled about the future of the sport. "It shows how far girls soccer has come,"Ball said."When I was in high school there were just a few club players on a team and just a few competitive teams.Now there are so many competitive teams.It shows girls soccer is moving up and the area is becoming one of the top in the nation for the sport."WIREGRASS RANCH BULLS Wiregrass Ranch is the big question mark in 4A-8 in more ways than one. "These are all teams that we don't know, and I don't think we've played any of them before,but that also means they haven't seen us either,"said second-year Bulls coach Erin Dodd."That unknown is exciting." Wiregrass Ranch's schedule is also very different from its district rivals to the south. The Wesley Chapel-based school will play a full slate of games within the Sunshine Athletic Conference (SAC),which includes the 13 public schools in Pasco. Dodd said there is still very good competition in Pasco,which had five playoff teams last season.She said the squad's SAC and district schedule,along with a few tournaments,should make the Bulls ready for a postseason run."One of the great things is you get better playing against teams that are of a high quality," Dodd said."All of these teams are high-quality teams.Every district game we're playing a defending state champ,a region finalist,a playoff team from last year.It raises the level of play we have to come into every district game with."GAITHER COWBOYSGaither third-year coach Trevor Scott admits the Cowboys are usually identified with boys soccer instead of girls,what with the 4A state championship title from 2000 in the school's trophy case. His squad's playoff appearance last seaThe Wiregrass Ranch girls soccer team brought home a district title last season and was a region finalist. The Gaither girls soccer team after winning its regional semifinals game 1-0 against Naples Gulf Coast in January.son was the program's first in five years,but Scott said the current group can create a legacy at Gaither. "I'm not going to say in 30 years we're going to be the first place people think of for girls soccer,but with these players we can be very good,"Scott said."The girls are talented and hungry to win." Scott said that drive to put up Ws'in a tougher district will prepare the Cowboys for another postseason. "I think we lacked playing really tough games every night last year,"Scott said."We only played Steinbrenner once and Freedom once in the regular season.Those were our really tough games.We weren't ready for that kind of competition.Get through this district and we'll be ready." Senior midfielder Kaycee McGuire said there is another reason she wants to beat their closest rivals. "A lot of the girls know players on those other teams,so that also puts a fire under us to win,"McGuire said."You want to work harder and beat them so they can't talk trash about you." Area 4A-8 head-to-head games this yearSteinbrenner at Freedom Nov.17,8 p.m. Steinbrenner at Wiregrass Ranch Nov.29,8 p.m. Steinbrenner at Gaither Dec.6,6 p.m. Freedom at Wiregrass Ranch Dec.6,8 p.m. Wiregrass Ranch at Gaither Dec.13,6 p.m. Freedom at Gaither Jan.4,6 p.m.Freedom hosts the district tournament,which will be played Jan.16-20.Area 4A-8 teams past matchups Gaither ties Steinbrenner 1-1 Nov.3,2009 Steinbrenner ties Freedom 0-0 Dec.11,2009 Gaither loss Freedom 3-1 Jan.8,2010 Freedom def.Gaither 3-0 Jan.20,2010 Gaither ties Freedom 1-1 Nov.10,2010 Steinbrenner ties Gaither 0-0 Dec.9,2010 Steinbrenner ties Freedom 0-0 Jan.14,2011 Freedom def.Gaither 1-0 Jan.21,2011Home team in bold GENERALCOMPREHENSIVEDENTISTRY HAWLEYDENTAL.COM Over 20 years in PascoHAWLEY DENTAL ASSOCIATES, P.A.FAMILYDENTISTRY FREE EXAM CDT CODE 0150REG. $76.00NEW PATIENTS ONLY $25 full set x-ray CDT CODE 0210REG. $114.00NEW PATIENTS ONLY 813-948-BITE (2483) 21752 SR 54 € LAND O LAKES/LUTZBEHIND SUNTRUST BANK



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cause those things will turn a win into a loss faster than just about anything." Facing a fourth and 20,Fitch made a 26yard completion to Carrier to give Steinbrenner first down.The sophomore signal caller wasn't done there.Facing fourth and 7,he found Carrier for a 42-yard reception with less than 45 seconds to play.Pearcey fought through the line for the game-tying score on fourth and goal with the win hinging on the extra point,which sailed wide left to send the game to overtime.The Warriors got the ball on the Chiefs' 10-yard line with four chances to score,but a penalty pushed them back.Steinbrenner would not be deterred,as Fitch found Carrier in end zone for a 14-yard strike on the second play. "Coach said go make a play'and Fitch put it out there,"said Carrier,who finished with three catches for 76 yards."It was a great pass and I just caught the ball." Chamberlain could not answer on its possession,giving Steinbrenner the victory.The Warriors host Middleton on Thursday, Nov.10 at 7:30 p.m.to end the season.By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comDuring his college career,center Jeff Deremer snapped the ball to such Super Bowl-winning signal callers as Brett Favre and Brad Johnson,but he formed some of his longest-lasting memories in high school. He said as much when he visited his old coach John Castelemare,who is in his second season at Academy at the Lakes."The stuff you're going through right now, you'll remember the rest of your life," Deremer,who played college ball at the University of Southern Mississippi and Florida State University,told the Wildcats who gathered in the school gym's weight room.Castelemare coached Deremer at Ridgewood his sophomore through senior season,1985-88.Any time the Wildcats coach beckons his former player to speak to the team,Deremer obliges."Sometimes when you're a player,you kind of let what coaches say and teachers say go in one ear and out the other,but this stuff really means something,and you don't figure that out until later in life,"Deremer said.Deremer stressed academics and taking care of responsibilities more important than athletics,though he said sports teaches life lessons,including one that has stuck with him more than any other since high school. "Never quit,"Deremer said. Castelemare's Wildcats welcomed Deremer last year,when the team went 5-5. This season he spoke in front of a 9-1 squad, and the several players said they hoped he noticed their improvement. "I think he'll be impressed,"said junior lineman Alex Stark. That's saying something for someone who played at a college football powerhouse. "We're not even an 11-man team,but to have somebody who played on the highest level of collegiate football to come talk to us is pretty cool,"said sophomore lineman Jack Fishman. He remembered some of the lessons from Deremer last year,such as working hard and never giving up.He joked how Deremer made it known that Castelemare had gotten softer since the 1980s. But even as the hard-nosed,rough-andtumble,whistle-blowing coach,Castelemare served as a role model for his athletes,including Deremer whose father was bedridden during his playing days. "Kids need these role models in their lives,"Deremer said. Every year he speaks to Castelemare's new group of players,Deremer was overcome with nostalgia. "You come back and you see the same stuff and you see kids working that hard and all the opportunities that they're gonna have,it's incredible,"Deremer said."I'll do anything to hand back what I was taught."CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 9,2011 23 By Jeff OdomLaker/Lutz News CorrespondentIt took a last minute touchdown and overtime,but the Steinbrenner football team defeated Chamberlain 34-27 on Nov.4 to secure the first winning season in the program's three-year history.Curtis Fitch completed a 42-yard pass to Jon Marc Carrier with 45 seconds left in regulation to set up the game-tying score for the Warriors (6-3).The two connected again for a 14-yard strike in overtime to claim the road victory."Our offensive coordinator,Andres Perez, made a couple of great calls,"said Warriors coach Floyd Graham."The winning play we just put in this week and it worked just like it's designed to." Steinbrenner drove down the field into Chamberlain (1-8) territory thanks to a handful of rushes from Cody Cazin and Kendall Pearcey.After Cazin set up a first down,Pearcey found a hole and turned on the burners for a 42-yard touchdown to get the Warriors on the scoreboard. The Chiefs struck back with a weapon of their own halfback Xavier Johnson.The junior,who finished with 262 yards on 32 carries and two touchdowns,slipped through a hole on the outside and tied the game with a 32-yard scamper. Steinbrenner's Zack Jones answered with a 99-yard kickoff return for a score,tying a 2010 return by Jake Carroll for longest in school history. Johnson continued to show his speed, breaking through a host of defenders en route to a 27-yard gain to set up Nick McNeal for a 32-yard touchdown to tie the game at 14. Pearcey,who finished with 212 total yards,took the ensuing kickoff back 57 yards to set the Warriors up with good field position.He scored on a 1-yard rush to give Steinbrenner a 21-14 halftime lead.Johnson wasted no time tying the game after halftime with a 51-yard touchdown.Josh Bennett found McNeal in the back of the end zone to give Chamberlain a 27-21 fourth-quarter lead after a blocked extra point.The Warriors took over on their own 28 for what turned out as their last possession of regulation.Penalties threatened to derail the 18-play,72-yard drive. "The penalties killed us all night," Graham said."We have to eliminate that be2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Tampa Bay Tech* 6-3 (5-0) Gaither* 6-3 (4-1) Steinbrenner 6-3 (3-2) Freedom 2-8 (2-3) Chamberlain 1-8 (1-4) Wiregrass Ranch 0-9 (0-5) Class 6A-District 6 Hernando* 8-2 (7-0) Sunlake* 8-1 (6-1) Land O' Lakes 6-3 (5-2) Nature Coast 5-5 (4-3) River Ridge 5-4 (3-4) Mitchell 5-5 (2-5) Springstead 2-7 (1-6) Central 0-10 (0-7) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco* 10-0 (7-0) Fivay* 7-2 (6-1) Zephyrhills 5-4 (5-2) Anclote 4-5 (4-3) Wesley Chapel 5-4 (3-4) Gulf 2-7 (2-5) Ridgewood 1-9 (1-6) Hudson 0-9 (0-7) *Clinched playoff berthPast revisits present at academy Warriors beat Chamberlain in OTSPORTS Steinbrenner's Zack Boryla, No. 79, and Amiri Brown sack Chamberlain quarterback Josh Bennett during the Warriors'34-27 overtime victory on Nov. 4. 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