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Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 2 First Place Tire& Auto Service INC10629 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Land O' Lakes, FL 34638 Just South of Hwy 52 on Hwy 41Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am6pm Sat 8am4pmBRING YOUR CAR IN FOR A LITTLE R&R TUNE UPS TIRES OILCHANGES BRAKES SHOCKS & STRUTS CV AXLES A/C REPAIR TRANSMISSION SERVICEMV#84304Now Offering BG Induction Service & Coolant Flush W e are a ARI Approved Fleet Ser vice Supplier FREETire Rotationw/ Oil ChangeMust present coupon. Expires 12/01/11 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O' Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amTaco Tuesday 5pm-8pm Includes Indian Tacos Friday Night Happy Hour BUY A SMALL,GET A LARGE*clip this ad & bring to the course (first Tuesday of the month) FREE Upgrade on Range Balls 813.949.8411www.brittendental.comNEW PATIENTS & CHILDREN WELCOME WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANSOFFERING INTEREST FREE FINANCING213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452 Excellence in Dentistry,Uncompromised Care. EVENING HOURS EVERY WEDNESDAY! Lutz’s Hometown Lutz’sHometown Dentist Dentistfor 22 Years for22YearsLutz’s Lutz’s Hometown Hometown Dentistfor 22 Years for22Years Leonard L.Britten,D.D.S. Nicholas L.Britten,D.M.D. The clear alternative to braces. Being there is why Imhere. P097193 06/09State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, State Farm Indemnity Company, Bloomington, ILWhether you need a question answered, a problem solved or a claim reported, my job is to make it happen. Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL FOR A QUOTE 24/7. Jerry McCarthy, Agent 1531 N Dale Mabry Hwy Lutz, FL 33548 Bus: 813-949-3669 jerry.mccarthy.b0ep@statefarm.com Saturday, December 10 3:00 5:00 p.m. Live Nativity Scene Interactive Shops Farm Animals Crafts and Photobooth Music Journey Christian Church7708 Van Dyke Road Odessa (near Gunn Hwy)www.TampaJourney.comFREE!Night in BethlehemPamela Tanner, editor of Pasco Naturally, sustains head injuriesBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe mood was somber last week at Paradise Lakes Resort in Lutz following the death of John Forier,owner of the clothingoptional community's resort. Pam Tanner,Forier's girlfriend,was a passenger in Forier's car and was critically injured in the single-car accident on Nov.20 that claimed Forier's life in Texas,according to a news release from the Texas Department of Public Safety. "People are very upset and very surprised,"said Stephanie Gibson,controller for the resort."Our thoughts and prayers are with the families." The community organized a Nov.28 memorial for the 61-year-old Forier,Gibson said. The accident occurred at 11:36 p.m.on Nov.20 on US 385,about eight miles from Hartley,Texas,the release says. Forier was driving a 1997 Mercury SUV when the car veered off of the road to the right,and then overcorrected to the left sending the car skidding across both lanes before it overturned,the release says. Paradise Lakes,at 2001 Brinson Road in Lutz,covers more than 70 acres and includes individual home sites,condominiums and apartments. The resort hotel has 56 rooms and has 53 employees,Gibson said.Forier had plans for a $4 million expansion of the clubhouse,she added.She said the future of those plans will be determined by his estate. The resort includes restaurants,pools and other amenities,according to its website. Forier's death and Tanner's injuries are reported in the online version of Pasco Naturally,a publication that serves nudists throughout North America.The report said the couple was headed to Forier's Colorado home when the accident occurred. Tanner,50,remained in critical condition at Northwest Texas Hospital last week.She is the owner and editor of Pasco Naturally,the publication's online site says. Community News Publications,which owns The Laker/Lutz News,sold Pasco Naturally in July of 2009.John Forier,owner of Paradise Lakes Resort,dies in car accident 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 Holloway's Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) Inside/Outside Flea & Tick Control Rain Barrels Citric Acid 100% Feed Grade Diatomaceous Earth Potassium Permanganate GO GREEN & SAVE*not actual rain barrel



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Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening EVENTS FRIENDSHIP SINGERSThe Friendship Singers is currently looking for new members,both residents as well as seasonal guests.Anyone who enjoys singing is welcome.There are no auditions and prior singing experience is not necessary.The group is especially in need of male vocalists, both tenor and bass.The Friendship Singers perform for free at nursing homes,assisted living facilities,senior centers,churches and community centers in Pasco and Hillsborough counties.Rehearsals are at the Land O'Lakes Senior Center at 6801 Wisteria Loop in Land O'Lakes.The next scheduled concert is on Sunday,Dec.14 at 2 p.m.at Baldomero Lopez State Veterans'Nursing Home,6919 Parkway Blvd.in Land O'Lakes. For information,contact either Joe Berling at (813) 997-1454 or jberling@tampabay.rr.com,or Joyce Ruby at (813) 442-7879.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) 848-8888 or (888) 496-8004.AUTISM WORKSHOPThere will be an educational opportunity regarding ADD/ADHD and autism on Saturday,Dec.3 at 1:30 p.m.The event will take place at Nutrition Smart,1821 Bruce B. Downs Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.Dr.Patrick Flynn will be the guest speaker.There will be information on ADD/ADHD,autism,testing, nutrition and more.Call (813) 341-4444.GET NUTSCollective Soles Arts Group presents "Goin' Nuts! A Contemporary Nutcracker"at the USF Theatre.The next performances will be on Saturday,Dec.10 at 2 and 7:30 p.m.The performances feature Bay Area Dance Company,Collective Soles Youth Ensembles and dancers from the Tampa community.For more information,call (813) 979-2222 or visit www.collectivesoles.org.AUTO CLASSThe Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex is hosting automotive repair and maintenance class.Dates for the classes are Mondays,Dec.12 and Dec.19 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.The cost for a class is $8. The classes will take place at the Land O' Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway.For more information,call (813) 929-1220. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT SANTA'S WORKSHOPThe Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex is hosting Santa's Workshop for children ages 10 and younger.There will be games,train rides,cookies,hot chocolate and photo opportunities with Santa Claus. The workshop will take place on Saturday,Dec.10 from 10 a.m.noon.You have to register by Dec.9 or until there is no more availability.The workshop is happening at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway.For more information,call (813) 929-1220. BREAKFAST WITH SANTAHave breakfast with Santa on Saturday,Dec.10 from 811 a.m.Admission is $7 per person.The event will take place at the Organic Life Coffeehouse,1900 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.All proceeds will benefit the Seeton family.CHRISTMAS TIMEEast-West Animal Hospital,1524 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Lutz,is putting on several Christmas-themed events.For the month of December,the hospital will have a Kitty City Christmas tree,a tree decorated with paper angels to represent animals that are in need of food,litter,toys and flea or heartworm treatment this Christmas.On Saturday,Dec.3,the hospital will have a photo shoot with Santa in the facility's lobby from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.The hospital is also accepting new and unwrapped toys to benefit Toys for Tots.The last day to submit toys will be on Friday,Dec.16.CHRISTMAS STORECandlewood Community Church,21418 Carson Drive in Land O'Lakes is hosting a Christmas store on Saturday,Dec.10 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.You can buy presents for family at reduced prices.Cash only.New and gently used items for all ages will be sold.For more information,contact Sarah Schrieber at christmaststore@candlewoodfl.org.SANTA'S CORN TOURNEYThe Pasco County Parks and Recreation Department and the Land O'Lakes Community Center is hosting Santa's Corn Ho! Ho! Hole tournament on Saturday,Dec.10.The first toss will be at 11 a.m.A donation of one new,unopened toy is requested per team,two people per team,as entry into the tournament.All donations will be given to Toys for Tots.Call the community center at (813) 929-1229, for more information.HOLIDAYS HOLIDAYS WATER PUMPS ALTERNATORS OIL CHANGES A/C REPAIRS TRANSMISSIONS CLUTCHESSTARTERS SERPENTINE BELTSELECTRICAL WORK OIL LEAKSWATER PUMPS ALTERNATORS OIL CHANGES A/C REPAIRS TRANSMISSIONS CLUTCHES All-Car Auto Repair “Thank You for your support in our first year as your neighborhood auto repair shop!”Mon-Fri 8-5  Sat 9-2 21105 Leonard Road Lutz 813-406-4444 (1 BLOCK SOUTH OF SR 54 ON US 41 IN CITY ELECTRIC CENTRE) The Experts you can TRUST! BATTERIES IN STOCK CELEBRATING OUR FIRST YEAR IN THIS LOCATION*Most cars / Expires 12-22-11 $1799*Oil, Lube & Filter $1000*Tire Rotation



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SPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comSunlake's historic football season came to a screeching halt at the hands of Gainesville senior Chris Bivins. Bivins intercepted Seahawks (102) quarterback Cameron Stoltz to dash Sunlake's comeback bid and chances of making it to the Class 6A regional finals against Armwood with a 21-14 road loss. "It's gonna hurt tonight,"Sunlake coach Bill Browning said."It should, they worked extremely hard and we had an opportunity to win tonight." The Seahawks (10-2) were flying high having made it to the playoffs for the first time in the school's five-year history and nabbing a playoff win on the road 22-21 at Ocala Vanguard the previous week. But against Gainesville (10-2),four turnovers grounded Sunlake and the offense wasn't able to generate much rhythm in a game dominated by both defenses. "It feels good to be part of the first playoff team and the first team to win a playoff game,but it does stink to go out this way," said senior linebacker Nick Morrison. Senior running back Rashaud Daniels added,"It was special to be able to make history with my team." The Hurricanes got on the board first when Cordero Dixon scooped up a fumbled Seahawks pitch and returned it 49 yards. Sunlake's defense responded on Gainesville's next drive.The Hurricanes were pinned back on their own 7-yard line, when Jerome Samuels stuck his hand up to deflect a Mark Cato pass.The ball landed in Paul Scott's hands and he scampered to the end zone. Late in the second quarter,Stoltz threw his first interception to Dixon,who scored his second touchdown of the night with a 51-yard return. The offensively stagnant Seahawks came out in the third quarter and put together their best drive of the game a 68-yard march capped off when Stoltz's pass was tipped by Gainesville's Tashon Whitehurst and into the alert arms of Eddie Burgos for the score. Because Connor Spencer's extra point attempt was blocked earlier,the Seahawks were forced to go for the two-point conversion to tie the game.Stoltz found Morrison to knot the game up at 14. The Seahawks were backed up on their next series,a three and out,and the ensuing punt gave the Hurricanes great field position at the Sunlake 27.Cato found Bivins for an 8-yard touchdown that turned out to be the game clincher. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comIt wasn't the prettiest game ever played, but the Gaither football team came out on top 17-14 in its Class 7A regional semifinals contest at Tampa Bay Tech (TBT) on Nov.25. "That was the ugliest game I've ever been a part of,"said first-year Cowboys coach Jason Stokes."It wasn't the way we drew things up,but we came out with a win." Gaither (9-3) forced five Titans (8-4) turnovers,but gave up four including an interception returned 20 yards for a score by Armani Sampson on the first possession of the second half to give TBT a 14-10 lead it maintained until 9:54 remaining.That's when Cowboys wide receiver Carlo Perello made the game-changing play. Perello,who finished with five catches for 208 yards,caught a slant pass and shed a pair of would-be Titans tacklers.The senior turned up the field and looked as if he would run into another defender,but Perello leapt over the stunned TBT player. After that it was off to the races to complete the 73-yard scoring strike to put Gaither up for good. "I just don't want to go home,"Perello said."I knew I had to do something in the game to get us going." It was the second long scoring catch for Perello,following a 76-yard touchdown near the end of the first half.The Cowboys had struggled to produce much offense until Perello's first touchdown,posting 6 yards of total offense before the explosive play. "The whole sideline changed after that first play when we scored,and then the whole sideline changed again after he scored again,"Stokes said.He then added, "We had some injuries on the offensive line, so we tried to go to our quick passing game. (TBT) did a really good job adjusting and we couldn't get anything going running the ball. It was a war of attrition and thank God the Cowboys found a way." Gaither sealed the win when defensive back Amani Oruwariye picked off Titans quarterback Aaron Midthus in the end zone with 38 seconds remaining. "I was confident I was going to make the play,"Oruwariye said."Once I got it in my hands I knew the game was over." The victory sends the Cowboys to the regional finals for just the second time in the program's 27-year history.The nine wins is also more than the eight recorded by the squad during the previous three seasons combined. "It is unbelievable what these kids have done this year,"Stokes said."I'm so proud of them.The first thing I told them when I came here was you need to buy in.Either get on board with us or don't be part of our program.We're going to do things differently,and you may not understand why at first but just trust your coaches.Just buy into what we're doing and we're going to have success." The playoff contest was rematch of a game TBT won 17-14 earlier this season.The win made the Titans Class 7A-District 7 champions and Gaither the runner-up. "You know district champs,they can have that,"Perello said."We're going for regional champs right now." Cowboys linebacker Matt Williams,who forced a fumble,recovered a fumble and recorded a sack against the Titans,said the chance to avenge that regular season loss was motivation. "Coach told us all week if we lose,then they're going to own us until next year," Williams said."We'd have to wait 365 days to play them again.Coach said we just can't let them beat us twice in one season,so we came out here and played with our hearts." Gaither's defense limited TBT to 176 yards of total offense while forcing five turnovers and recording three sacks. "I love playing in this defense," Oruwariye said."Our defensive coordinator coach (Brian) Del Valle makes great schemes each games.If we do our assignments we know we'll make plays." Gaither had chances to put up more points in the contest.The Cowboys missed field goals of 34 and 37 yards.They also had a fumble return for a touchdown by Williams called back because of block-in-the -back penalty and also allowed 10 sacks to go with their four turnovers. The sloppy play was similar to the first game between the squads. "You know I don't think we learned anything from the first game,"Stokes said."The whole point was to come in here and cut down on the turnovers and mistakes,and we did nothing but that.If we don't improve it's going to be a long ride home from Lakeland next week." Gaither travels to Lakeland on Friday, Dec.2 at 7:30 p.m.The winner earns a spot in the 7A state final four.Gaither exacts vengeance against Tampa Bay TechSunlake downed by Gainesville 21-14 Sunlake seniors Rashaud Daniels, No. 1, and Kyle Fraser bring down a Gainesville player during the regional semifinals. Sunlake coach Bill Browning talks with his team after a 21-14 loss at Gainesville in the regional semifinals on Nov. 25. Seahawks junior Eddie Burgos, who caught a touchdown against Gainesville, can't hide his emotions after Sunlake's season came to a close. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com) Sophomore defensive back Amani Oruwariye brings in an interception late in the fourth quarter to help give Gaither a 1714 victory against the Titans. Dominic Neglio leads the Gaither football team onto the field before the squad's playoff victory at Tampa Bay Tech on Nov. 25. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Gaither senior wide receiver Carlo Perello celebrates with a family member after the Cowboys'playoff win. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 16



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Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA NOVEMBER 30,2011 Finding the perfect treePage 3Cancer centers' mergerPage 6All-Laker fall sports teamsPages 14-15 INSIDE Get your PUBLIX insert in The Laker /Lutz News Driven by injuryOpila and Bubley work back from major knee injuriesBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhen the Steinbrenner girls soccer team won the Class 4A state title last season,it helped light a competitive fire under two players watching from the sidelines. Marley Opila and Lexy Bubley had the unusual situation of accepting a state championship medal after not seeing the field during any of the playoffs. Bubley,a defender,tore the ACL in her right knee just before the postseason began last year.Opila,a midfielder, suffered the same injury to her left knee a week before the first practice of the 2010-11 season. "It was really hard watching and knowing I wasn't a part of it,"Opila said. See DRIVEN,page19 Lutz Arts and Crafts Festival offers something for everyone'By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe second most-attended festival in Hillsborough County makes its return to Lake Park in Lutz on Dec.3-4,marking the ceremonial start to the holiday season. The 51st annual Lutz Arts and Crafts Festival,which moved to Lake Park off Dale Mabry Highway 32 years ago,brings out 20,000-30,000 visitors each year,according to event co-chairwoman Phyllis Hoedt."That makes it second in Hillsborough to the Gasparilla Art Festival,"Hoedt said. "It's also one of the largest in all of Florida, and we have vendors from all across the state,and even out of state,who sell their wares."Jack Beverland is one of the 250 vendors who will set up shop at the two-day event. The San Antonio resident sells artwork at various shows across central Florida,but never misses the Lutz festival. "It's probably the best attended one I do all year,"said Beverland,who first came to the event in 2009."The weather is usually good,and people come from all over to see what's for sale." Beverland said his specialty is making glow-in-the-dark artwork. Hoedt said there will be many different kinds of artists at the festival,along with holiday gifts,clothes,jewelry and crafts."Just about anything you could want," said Hoedt."It's a great place to do your Christmas or holiday shopping for everyone on your list because there's something for everyone.If you need something for someone you'll likely find it,and the great thing is the artists there are the people who made it."There is also festival-style food like funnel cakes and kettle corn,along with a variety for more hearty offerings like barbecue and grilled favorites. Wilma Stewart,of New Tampa,first Lutz Arts and Crafts FestivalWhere: Lake Park off Dale Mabry Highway When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Dec.3, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Dec.4 Parking: $2 per vehicle Admission: freeAnnual holiday treat returns Dec. 3-4 Crowds gathering last year at the Lutz Arts and Crafts Festival at Lake Park. The event this year is Dec. 3-4. (File photos)See FESTIVAL,page19 Jim Murray of Olde Country Kettle Korne makes a new batch of corn for visitors to the festival last year. Jack Beverland, of San Antonio, has sold his artwork at the Lutz Arts and Crafts Festival the last three years. Gaither sacks Tampa Bay TechGaither sophomore linebacker Matt Williams sacks Tampa Bay Tech quarterback Aaron Midthus. The Cowboys defeated the Titans 17-14 to move on to the regional finals for only the second time in the program's 27-year history. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) For complete coverage,see page 16.



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"It made me want to work harder so we can get another state title where I can actually help the team get it."Bubley added,"When you're sitting on the bench watching everyone work to get better and you can tell they're all having fun,that was the most difficult thing to watch.Just in practice wishing I could go run around with everyone.I felt so separate."Both players worked to get back strong for this season,and both said they are 100 percent healthy again.However,they will not be playing on the same field except when Steinbrenner plays Gaither.Opila is back with the Warriors,but Bubley is now suiting up with the Cowboys.Bubley attended Gaither during her freshman and sophomore years.Cowboys coach Trevor Scott is more than happy to have Bubley's physical defense back on Gaither's backline. "She hasn't missed one conditioning session or anything during the summer,"Scott said."She's been the one person who has been out here every single day and never complains about the rain or the heat.You can tell she loves the game and missed playing.I'm just happy we can have someone that good and that dedicated." Bubley,who had two goals and three assists last season before the knee injury,said even those simple conditioning sessions were missed while she was sidelined. "Once I didn't have it I realized how much I missed it,"Bubley said."I wanted to be running and doing those things to get better.Once the things over the summer started I just said I'm going to be there learned about the festival about seven years ago when she moved from Atlanta."I was in Lutz and I saw a really big sign about this craft show,"Stewart said."I love crafts and festivals,so I was in. I was expecting a couple of booths and some food, but the first time I saw row after row I was really amazed something like this exists right here.It looks more like something from a big city like Chicago or New York City."The event,which is organized by the Lutz-Land O'Lakes Woman's Club,is always the first weekend in December. "The festival started at the Old Lutz School on (US) 41 and later moved to the train depot across the street,"said Shirley Simmons,event co-chairwoman."It moved to Lake Park to make room for more booths and people." Hoedt said the mission of the festival includes three goals. "One is to have a festival that is open to the public for their enjoyment,"Hoedt said. "Two is to allow artists to show,be judged and sell their works.Three,and most important to our club,is to make money that is given right back to the community." Hoedt said money raised by selling booths spaces is reinvested back into the community by giving grants to local Boy and Girl Scout troops,the Civil Air Patrol, youth scholarships,the Lutz volunteer fire department and the Lutz Branch Library, among other places. Anyone interested in buying a booth space should call Hoedt at (813) 949-1937 or Simmons at (813) 949-7060. Admission is free for the festival itself,but parking is $2 per vehicle.That money does not go to anyone involved with the event, but rather to the Hillsborough parks department for use of the site. FESTIVAL,from page 1 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 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News DRIVEN,from page 1 every day because I couldn't for so long. Plus I had to get back in shape because I definitely wasn't in good condition." Opila,who had 16 goals and 17 assists as a freshman,felt a similar loss when the game was taken from her."Soccer is my life,"Opila said."When I tore my ACL it made me understand how important it is to me.I took it for granted. I missed everything about it.The teammates, the getting better,college opportunities.I even missed conditioning and fitness.Before I hated fitness.That was the worse thing in the world,but once you tear you ACL and you're not fit anymore it's more challenging."Steinbrenner junior forward Alexis Bredeau could not be happier Opila is back on the field. "Before she hurt her knee she was on my club team,so having a girl on your high school and club team you never stop seeing each other," Bredeau said."We were really connected throughout the time she did hurt her knee and to see her just try so hard to come back I know she's going to be better than ever."First-year Warriors coach Robert Woodard is also excited to have a player like Opila."She likes to go forward and has a lot of skill,"Woodard said. "Watching her in tryouts I knew she was a very talented player.It's nice to have a confident midfielder who can add to the attack." Bubley and Gaither will host Opila and Steinbrenner on Tuesday,Dec.6 at 6 p.m. "The players here haven't asked me yet for any information on how they do things there,but I'm sure it will come up,"Bubley said with a laugh."I'm sure they will when the game gets closer." All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches. Little Mr. Pumpkin Patch Nicholas Luppino, with crown, took time from his Thanksgiving Day to help feed 500 needy people on Nov. 24. It was part of the second annual Turkey Gobble put on with volunteers and representatives from the Wesley Chapel Rotary Club, Dairy Queen in Wesley Chapel, Metropolitan Ministries, Heritage Ford, International Hair Salon, Wesley Chapel Medical Center and The Laker. This year's dinner consisted of turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, rolls, pumpkin pie, sweet tea and was topped off with a mini Pumpkin Pie Blizzard from Dairy Queen. (Photo by Anthony Masella Jr. of www.OurtownFLA.com) Annual Turkey Gobble feeds 500 Defender Lexy Bubley returns to Gaither after spending last season at Steinbrenner. The senior is fully recovered from a torn ACLsuffered just before last year's playoffs. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Steinbrenner junior midfielder Marley Opila said she is 100 percent healed from a torn ACLthat prevented her from playing the entire 2010-11 season.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 19



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GIRLS FIRST TEAM—Danielle Albright, Sr., Wharton. Won the 200-yard freestyle district and regional championships, and backed that up with a fourth-place performance at states. —Athena Cimino, Fr., Wiregrass Ranch. The only Bulls swimmer to claim a district title when she won the 3A-5 50-yard freestyle. Also finished as regional runner-up and took seventh at states. —Krystin Demsher, So., Land O’ Lakes. Brought home the 500-yard freestyle Class 2A-District 5 championship. Also part of the Gators’ 400 freestyle team that won district gold. —Savannah Mattox, Sr., Sunlake. The Seahawks’ senior bested all competitors for the Class 2A-District 5 100-yard freestyle race by finishing in 1:00.4. —Dee Sopapong, Fr., Wharton. Claimed the 100-yard breaststroke title and was part of the 200 medley and freestyle teams that also captured district titles.GIRLS SECOND TEAM—Jenna Cropanese, Jr., Bishop McLaughlin. Was the only Hurricanes swimmer to win a district title, claiming the 1A-3 100-yard butterfly in 1:03.82. —Andrea Mapugay, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Placed second in the Class 2A-District 5 50yard freestyle race in 27.21. —Dona McDonald, So., Land O’ Lakes. Finished as the Class 2A-District 5 100-yard freestyle runner-up in 1:00.97, 0.57 seconds behind the champion. —Courtney Meyer, So., Sunlake. Captured a district championship by completing the 2A-5 100-yard backstroke in 1:06.76. —Jocelyn Williams, So., Land O’ Lakes. Completed the Class 2A-District 5 100-yard backstroke race in 1:12.45, good enough for second place. BOYS FIRST TEAM—Jorge Junquera, So., Wharton. His 76 at districts earned him a spot in regionals for the second straight season. —Jimmy Jones, So., Freedom. Claimed the Class 2A-District 10 individual championship with a 71 to help the Patriots finish as runner-up. —Tom Ng, N/A, Saddlebrook Prep. Won the Class 1A-District 9 individual district title to also help his team place first at the event. —Trevor Joseph, Sr., Steinbrenner. The Warriors’ No. 1 didn’t have his best round at districts, where he shot an 80, but was the consistent leader for the thirdyear program. —Jimmy Stanger, Jr., Gaither. Won a district championship and was a regional runner-up on his way to playing in the Class 2A state meet.BOYS SECOND TEAM—Ryoto Furuya, N/A, Saddlebrook Prep. Shot an 81 in the Class 1A-District 9 tournament to help the Spartans win the team championship. —Nik Kalolo, Jr., Steinbrenner. Carded a 77 at districts to help Steinbrenner reach regionals as a team in back-to-back years. —Clyde Meadows, Jr., Gaither. Moved up several spots to the No. 2 position for the Cowboys after the squad lost two of its top three to graduation. —John Nickisher, Jr., Wesley Chapel. Reached regionals individually by shooting a 94 at the Class 1A-District 9 event. —Michael Richards, N/A, Saddlebrook Prep. Carded an 81 in districts to help Saddlebrook Prep win the Class 1A-District 9 title. The Laker and the Lutz News has named its All-Laker/All-Lutz News team for the 2011 fall high school athletic season. Members of the team were selected based on skill, value to their team, final statistics and head-to-head matchups. Schools in the coverage area include Academy at the Lakes, Bishop McLaughlin, Carrollwood Day, Freedom, Gaither, Land O’ Lakes, Saddlebrook Prep, Steinbrenner, Sunlake, Wharton, Wesley Chapel and Wiregrass Ranch. The football team will be released after the season ends.All stats are as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches and all playoff performances are as recorded by the FHSAA. Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono selected the team. He can be reached at klojacono@cnewspubs.com. THE BEST PLAYERS OF FALL 2011 SELECTED BY SPORTS EDITOR KYLE LOJACONO GIRLS FIRST TEAM—Sara Bair, Sr., Steinbrenner. Carded a 76 at districts to help the Warriors advance to regionals as a team for the second straight season. —Claire Becker, Fr., Steinbrenner. Exploded onto the season and made a big impact on a team as a freshman. Was consistently one of the lowest scorers in every match. —Nina Hwang, Sr., Saddlebrook Prep. Her 80 in the district tournament made her the event runner-up. Hwang missed out on a state appearance by just two strokes at regionals. —Lauren Riehle, Sr., Saddlebrook Prep. Won her third straight individual district championship this season while adding a regional title. —Teresa Romero, Fr., Freedom. Shot a team-best 77 at districts to help the Patriots take third place and advance to regionals.GIRLS SECOND TEAM—Shannon Clark, Jr., Wharton. Led her squad with an 80 at districts, but missed out on a trip to regionals by five strokes. —Ellen Crowley, Sr., Academy at the Lakes. Qualified for regionals for the second straight season, the first Wildcat golfer ever to accomplish the feat. —Michelle Stein, Sr., Steinbrenner. Stein was a consistent performer for the Warriors all year and carded an 82 to help the thirdyear program make regionals. —Morgan Litchfield, Sr., Gaither. Her 91 at districts qualified her for regionals as an individual. —Eden Shirmohammad, So., Land O’ Lakes. The only central Pasco County golfer, boy or girl, to qualify for regionals. COACH OF THE YEAR: Mark Mann, Steinbrenner. Mann takes the honor for the second straight season. He became the Warriors’ leader when the school opened in 2009 and has helped make the program into one of the most consistent in the Tampa Bay area. His squad lost No. 1 golfer Alex Milan, who is now playing in college at Florida State University, to graduation last year, but managed to guide the team to a 10-0 regular season record and back-toback regional tournament appearances. FIRST TEAM—LIBERO: Cary Anne Bame, Sr., Steinbrenner. Came up with 262 digs while adding 18 aces for the Warriors. —MIDDLE HITTER: Stephany Brown, Sr., Wharton. Her 1.3 blocks per set was tied for 10th most in the state. Had a team-high 84 blocks while adding 157 kills and 29 aces. —MIDDLE HITTER: Baylee Hooker, Jr., Steinbrenner. Had a team-high 55 blocks and added 55 kills with a hitting percentage of 32.8, better than any Warrior with at least 10 attempts. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Jess Johnson, Sr., Bishop McLaughlin. Led all area athletes with 403 kills while averaging 1.4 aces per set for the first team in program history to make the playoffs. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Hannah Kaczmarek, So., Freedom. Put down 364 kills. Also posted 93 digs and 55 aces to help the Patriots reach back-to-back postseasons. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Madison Seuzeneau, Jr., Steinbrenner. Had a teamhigh 341 kills with a hitting percentage of 27.5. —RIGHTSIDE HITTER: Rachel Mathison, So., Steinbrenner. Totaled 145 kills with a 27.5 hitting percentage while adding 137 digs, 21 aces and 17 blocks. —SETTER: Kelly Schaller, So., Freedom. Used her athleticism to set from anywhere on the court to post 799 assists, while contributing 149 digs, 74 kills and 55 aces. —UTILITY: Teresa Della Penna, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Did everything for the Gators. Led the squad with 185 kills and 50 aces while adding 200 digs and 70 assists.SECOND TEAM—LIBERO: Cara Walden, Jr., Land O’ Lakes. Came up with 289 digs for the Gators while adding 14 aces. —MIDDLE HITTER: Lauren Heldt, Fr., Steinbrenner. The freshman came on in the second half of the year to post 62 kills, 54 aces and 48 blocks. —MIDDLE HITTER: Kendra Sheets, Sr., Land O’ Lakes. Was a defensive presence for Land O’ Lakes with a team-high 63 blocks. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Caci Andreychuk, Jr., Wharton. Had a team-leading 291 kills, 164 digs and 57 aces. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Jasmyn Perry, Jr., Freedom. The Tampa Bay Tech transfer helped fill holes on the Patriot frontline. Recorded 313 kills, 196 digs and 45 aces. —OUTSIDE HITTER: Miranda Powell, Sr., Steinbrenner. Led the Warriors with 90 aces while putting down 309 kills. —RIGHTSIDE HITTER: Tori Quaglia, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Recorded 146 kills, 99 digs, 49 blocks and 32 aces for the Bulls. —SETTER: Casey McLean, So., Steinbrenner. Posted 832 assists despite having the tall order of replacing setter Erin McMurtry, the 2010 All-Laker/All-Lutz News Volleyball Player of the Year. —UTILITY: Grace Olsen, So., Wiregrass Ranch. The epitome of a utility player. Had a team-high 351 digs and 150 kills while adding 32 aces. BOYS FIRST TEAM—Chad Ankers, Sr., Wharton. Claimed a pair of individual district championships and also helped the Wildcats win a relay crown. —Cam Hilgenberg, So., Land O’ Lakes. Won the Class 2A-District 5 50-yard freestyle race by swimming a 22.57. —Giorgi Meyer, Sr., Steinbrenner. The diver won his second straight district championship this year by scoring 508.9.—Austin Wachsman, Sr., Sunlake. The Seahawks’ senior scored 331.7 to win the Class 2A-District 5 diving championship.—Jordan Wheeler, Fr., Land O’ Lakes. The freshman wasn’t intimidated by his first district meet, winning the 500-yard freestyle title in 4:59.58. BOYS SECOND TEAM—Marc Berson, So., Freedom. Finished as the runner-up in the Class 3A-District 4 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard freestyle races.—Jordan Shollenberger, So., Freedom. Took second in the Class 3ADistrict 4 200-yard individual medley by finishing in 2:11.51.—Dillan Villavisanis, So., Academy at the Lakes. The only member of the Wildcats’ squad placed second in the 100-yard backstroke at the Class 1A-District 7 meet in 1:05.91. —Caleb Zeleznock, So., Wesley Chapel. His time of 1:54.08 was good enough to make him runner-up at the Class 2A-District 5 200-yard freestyle race. —Austin VanVliet, Sr., Sunlake. Placed second in the Class 2A-District 5 100-yard freestyle race in 50.28. SWIMMER/DIVER OF THE YEAR: Danielle Albright, Wharton. Albright ran, or swam, away with the Class 3ADistrict 4 200-yard freestyle championship by finishing in 1:56.7. A sign of things to come for the senior. She backed up that title with a regional crown by shaving 4.05 seconds off her district time. Albright also placed fourth at states, better than any other area competitor in any event. SWIMMER/DIVER OF THE YEAR: Chad Ankers, Wharton. Was the only area swimmer to claim three district championships this year. Won the individual 100-yard butterfly and 200-yard freestyle races in 55.08 and 1:45.55, respectively. The senior was also on the Wildcats’ 200 freestyle team that tied for first with George Jenkins in 1:36.73. At regionals he placed third in both individual events. COACH OF THE YEAR: Barbara Hayes, Land O’ Lakes. Hayes guided the Gators to another Sunshine Athletic Conference title this year, their 11th consecutive. Land O’ Lakes also won a district championship after missing out on the crown last year, the first time the program hadn’t won such a title since 2003. To top things off, the Gators completed another undefeated regular season.GIRLS FIRST TEAM—Elise Cedre, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Overcame a rolled ankle to run a 20:26.6 at states, good enough to place 64th overall. —Chelse Ginn-Davis, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. One of the most consistent scorers for a Bulls squad that had to replace four of its top-seven runners from a year ago. —Savannah Goode, So., Wiregrass Ranch. Goode decided to run cross country this season instead of being a cheerleader. Posted a 20:45.07 at states to take 74th. —Nikita Shah, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. Her fourth-place finish at the Class 3A state meet is better than any other runner in school history. —Berlin Waters, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. Normally a soccer player, Waters picked up cross country this year as well. Finished the state course in 20:33.66 to finish 66th.GIRLS SECOND TEAM—Laure Arfaras, So., Freedom. Was constantly at the top for a Patriots squad that finished as a district runner-up and advanced to states.—Taylor Griffith, Jr., Wharton. Led all Wildcats runners at the Class 4A state meet by posting a 21:07.68 to place 93rd. —Mariah Henderson, So., Wharton. The sophomore ran a 21:18.87 in her first state finals meet, good enough for 97th. —Ashley Smith, Sr., Freedom. Ran better than any other Patriot at the Class 4A state meet by finishing in 20:30.98 to take 67th. —Annie Tedesco, So., Freedom. Tedesco finished in 80th place at the state meet by running a 20:48.38.BOYS FIRST TEAM—Ermias Bireda, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. Led all Bulls runners at the Class 3A state meet by running a 16:09.10, good enough for 15th place.—David Hill, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. His consistent times helped the Bulls take sixth as a team at the Class 3A state meet. —Sam Hippely, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Won an individual conference championship and placed 26th at states in his final year. —Matt Magee, Jr., Steinbrenner. Placed 37th at the Class 3A state meet by finishing in 16:29.51. —Travis Nichols, So., Land O’ Lakes. Won the Class 3A-Ditrict 6 individual district championship and took 16th at states with a 16:10.74.BOYSSECOND TEAM—Patrick Hill, Jr., Wiregrass Ranch. The junior ran a 16:59.62 at states to claim 77th overall.—Tyler Lima, Jr., Steinbrenner. The Warriors’ team captain ran a 16:48.55 at the Class 3A state meet, good enough for 63rd overall.—Tyler Mattera, Sr., Wiregrass Ranch. Without the senior’s times, Wiregrass Ranch wouldn’t have been able to place sixth at the Class 3A state meet. —Tyler Stahl, So., Land O’ Lakes. Suffered an injury at the Class 3A state meet, but the sophomore was a big reason the Gators returned to the finals. —Blake West, Jr., Steinbrenner. Ran a personal record 17:10.66 at the Class 3A state meet to take 89th. CROSS COUNTRYFALL TEAMS AllLaker AllLutz News PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Cary Anne Bame, Steinbrenner. Bame posted a program-record 262 digs this season while committing only 49 errors, but her contributions go further than statistics. The senior has been a team captain for the squad since Steinbrenner opened in 2009, and her leadership was evident every time the Warriors took the court. Bame’s teammates and coaches have said she brought a level of confidence the team needed to win its third straight district championship this season. COACH OF THE YEAR: Jennifer Graham, Steinbrenner. Graham took over a program that had won back-to-back district championships and a combined 40-15 record the previous two years. Graham, who had been an assistant the first two years of the program, needed to find replacements for seven graduating seniors. She guided the Warriors to a 24-5 record, setting a single-season record for wins. Steinbrenner also completed a perfect district season for the third straight campaign, reaching the regional semis in back-to-back years. RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Nikita Shah, Wiregrass Ranch. Shah entered the year as one of the top girls runners in the Tampa Bay area and peaked at the right time. The junior finished in less than 18 minutes in the district, regional and state meet, including setting a personal record 17:52 at the Class 3A-Ditrict 6 race. Shah ran a 17:53.96 at the Class 3A state meet to take fourth place, better than any runner in school history. Her time would have made her the individual champion in the 1A, 2A or 4A state meets. COACH OF THE YEAR: Don Howard, Wiregrass Ranch. Howard had quite a challenge ahead of him at the start of the 2011 season. He lost four of his top-seven runners from the 2010 squad that won conference, district and regional titles. Howard managed to get his new and returning runners at a level to place seventh at the Class 3A state meet, one spot off the best finish in program history. RUNNER OF THE YEAR: Sam Hippely, Wiregrass Ranch. The senior saved his best season for last. He won an individual Sunshine State Conference championship, finished as the Class 3A-Ditrict 6 individual runnerup and placed fourth at regionals to help the Bulls win titles at all three events. Also posted a 26th-place finish at states, helping Wiregrass Ranch take sixth overall to match the best finish in program history. COACH OF THE YEAR: Chris Loth, Wiregrass Ranch. Loth had to come up with four new runners for the squad and did so with his now tried-and-true methods of training top athletes. Loth’s boys claimed conference, district and regionals championships this year and also placed sixth at the Class 3A state meet, matching the best finish in the program’s six-year history. COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30, 2011 14 15 November 30, 2011 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONSCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Lauren Riehle, Saddlebrook Prep. Riehle claimed her third straight individual district championship this year and added her first regional title in her senior season. She competed in the Class 1A state meet in consecutive years. This year Riehle shot a two-day total of 157 to take 19th place out of 95 competitors. Riehle will continue her golfing career at the University of Miami. PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jimmy Stanger, Gaither. Stanger established himself as the Cowboys’ No. 1 player the year before but was hungry to take his game to the next level. He revamped his swing during the offseason to be more accurate, and his scores improved throughout his junior campaign. He shot a 3-under 69 to win the Class 2A-District 9 individual championship and followed that up with a 71 at regionals to advance to states for the first time in his high school career. COACH OF THE YEAR: Dwayne Olinger, Gaither. Olinger had a challenge in his third year at the helm of Gaither’s program. He lost two of his top-three golfers from the 2010 squad that was the district runner-up. The year started slowly and Gaither entered districts as the No. 6 seed out of 12 teams, but finished third and advanced to regionals. GOLF SWIMMING/DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR: Robin Hilgenberg, Land O’ Lakes. The Gators’ leader helped Land O’ Lakes maintain its dominance of area swimming. Hilgenberg’s squad won its fourth straight Sunshine Athletic Conference and third straight district championships this season. The program also completed an undefeated regular season. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 17 The LAKER / Lutz NEWS / PARKNEWS 813.909.2800 CnewsPubs.com Questions? Call B.C. Manion at (813) 909-2800 or email her at bcmanion@cnewspubs.com. Please complete and send with photos from previous years (if available) to B.C. Manion, Community Editor, Community News Publications, P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL33548. Or email your photos and submission, based on the above form, bcmanion@cnewspubs.com.Tell us how and why you decorate your home for the holidays and we'll share your handiwork with our readers.Return your information to us by Dec. 9 to be included in our listing of holiday lights. We'll send you a pair of movie tickets to Cobb Theaters in Wesley Chapel just for entering.Why do you go to all the work and expense of putting up an elaborate display? Is there a personal story behind any of your decorations? How many lights? What is you theme ? How many inflatables? How many animated figures? How long does it take to set up your display? How long to take down? When does your display go up? When do you take it down? How long have you been doing this? Does your display get bigger every year? NameAddress (City) (Zip)Subdivision Daytime phoneEvening PhoneBest time to call Email address (Email address and phone will not be published) Are children awestruck by your holiday lights? 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 SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT The West Florida Thunder,a travel baseball team based at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,won the Global Sports Alliance's state championship 9U division on Nov.16 and 17. The Thunder went 5-0 on the weekend, scoring 57 runs and allowing only four.In pool and opening round bracket play,the squad defeated teams from Dunedin,Winter Haven and Fishhawk Ranch by a combined score of 49-2. In the semifinals,the Thunder beat the West Florida Young Guns 6-1 before taking down the Wesley Chapel Storm 2-1 in the championship game.Members of the team include Charles Novick,Dylan DuPhily,Ryan Ebberup,Beau Roberts,Jack Utley,Anthony Anselmo,Nick Ciago,Brian Martin,Max Barile and Chris DiCono. The Thunder are also hosting open tryouts for the spring season on Tuesday,Dec. 13,Thursday,Dec.15 and Tuesday,Dec.20 on field No.7 at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway. No player can turn 10 years old before May 1,2012.For more information,call coach Ron Roberts at (813) 335-5929 or visit www.westfloridathunder.com.West Florida Thunder take state titlePair of Lions earn SSC honorsSaint Leo University (SLU) seniors Danielle Bletso and Emily Calderon-Reyes capped off their final season as Lions by being named to the All-Sunshine State Conference (SSC) volleyball team.The tandem was two of 16 student-athletes across the SSC's nine members who made the team.The 6-foot-2 Bletso,who made first team, was a mainstay in the middle for SLU during her four-year career.In 2011,she led the Lions with 341 kills,putting her in the top three in the conference and 29th nationally in Division II,while adding 102 blocks.The senior finishes fourth all-time in program history with 1,052 kills and 424 blocks,and also earned SSC Player of the Week honors five times.Calderon-Reyes,an honorable mention, posted 397 digs and 194 kills.In her two seasons at SLU she played both outside hitter and libero,finishing with 738 digs and 563 kills.She was named SSC Player of the Week twice during her career. Voting for the All-SSC team was done by the conference's volleyball coaches and communication directors.Gators November student-athletesLand O' Lakes High athletic director Karen Coss has announced the Gators' student-athletes for November.Those on the list include:Basketball:Emily Macon Cheerleading:Hallie Grimes Football:Darin Patmon Soccer:Ariana Bailey Girls swimming:Krystin Demsher Boys swimming:Jordan WheelerPatriot Run/Walk returns Dec.10Carrollwood Day's third annual Patriot Run/Walk is on Saturday,Dec.10 at the school,1515 W.Bearss Ave.Festivities begin at 7:30 a.m.Races for the day include a 5kilometer run or walk,a 1-mile fun run and a kids' dash.There will also be an inflatable obstacle course for the kids and the young at heart along with crafts and other activities.For more information and for a registration form,visit http://budurl.com/PatriotRun.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. SLU seniors Emily Calderon-Reyes, No.7, and Danielle Bletso, No.12, each earned a spot on the All-SSC volleyball squad. (Photo by Mike Carlson) The West Florida Thunder baseball team won the Global Sports Alliance's state championship 9U division on Nov. 16 and 17. (Photo courtesy of Ron Roberts)



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Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $229,990.(ste) Zephyrhills!2/2 Doublewide w 2 car carport. Remodeling includes new windows, flooring, baseboards, moldings and doors. Kitchen and baths updated also. Enclosed Florida room. Located in active adult community featuring club house, pool and shuffleboard. $65k. (ros)Hudson! 2/1/1 Completely remodeled home on double lot with access to the Gulf. Remodeling includes new paint inside and out, tile, appliances, cabinets and counter tops. Screened lanai with gulf, channel & canal views surrounding home on 3 sides. $119.9k. (hen) Country Living!3/2/2 Custom built home on 2.41acres. Family room w/ wood burning fireplace. Kitchen features corian countertops & island. Master suite with sitting room & fireplace. Beautiful brick courtyard for entertaining with wonderful view. Includes 2 stall barn. $260k. (woo)Pinellas Park!2/2/1 Villa with plenty of upgrades including new paint, carpet, appliances & remodeled master bathroom. 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Lutz Arts & Crafts Festival LAKE PARK North Dale Mabry just south of Van Dyke SATURDAY, DEC. 3RD 10AM 5PM SUNDAY, DEC. 4TH 10AM 4PM For information: Phyllis Hoedt 813-949-1937 Sponsored by:GFWC Lutz-Land O'Lakes Women's Club,The Laker/Lutz News, The Tampa Tribune and Hillsborough County parks,Recreation & Conservation Assisted by:Boy Scout Troop 12 of Lutz & Civil Air Patrol $2.00 COUNTY PARKING FEE COLLECTEDOver 250 Booths! 32nd AnnualDynamic Food CourtCuban Cuisine Italian Sausage Funnel Cakes Ice Cream Hot Dogs Peach Cobbler Gourmet CoffeeCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 3 8534 N. Nebraska Ave.933-2334 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm € Sat 9am-5pmCarpet your entire houseup to 720 sq. ft. or 80 sq. yards$799.00 $6.99 per sq. yardCOMMERCIAL LOOP CARPET56¢ONLY sq.ft.$4.99 per sq. yardBERBER CARPET77¢ONLY sq.ft. 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LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 / Land O' Lakes,FL 34639MAIL 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 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 MATTHEW MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING SHELLEY KETCHUM,s ketchum@cne wspubs.comBuilders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoTERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley ChapelSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comWesley Chapel, ZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS 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 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAfter more than two years of debate about how to spend $11 million to improve county parks,the Pasco Commission has come down to a pair of plans for the money. One would send the entire pot to help build a sports complex near The Shops at Wiregrass,while the other would split the money between the Wesley Chapel location and a wakeboarding park in Aripeka in northwestern Pasco. The proposed complex,which would be called Fields at Wiregrass,had its plans recently presented to the commission.The plan calls for a 160-acre park just north of The Shops at Wiregrass along Bruce B. Downs Boulevard. The $25-million project is the brainchild of J.D.Porter,whose family founded the original Wiregrass Ranch in the 1950s that included more than 14,000 acres. While some of the land is still used for raising cattle,the Porters have given or sold off much of the property allowing the building of Wiregrass Ranch High,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel and PascoHernando Community College's future Porter Campus. "This is how you create places that aren't simply bedroom communities,"J.D. Porter said.He added it has been his father,Don's,dream to see the area grow from its origins as a ranch into its own self-sufficient community. The project would include 12 multiuse sports fields for football,soccer,lacrosse and other sports activities to support large regional and national tournaments.It also includes three MLB-regulation sized baseball fields and another three for Little League games. Other amenities will include fishing areas,hiking trails and a dock to launch canoes and kayaks. J.D.said the family envisions the complex as similar to Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex. They have even hired former Disney executive Steve Daugherty,who for 10 years managed more than 40 youth sports events annually at the Orlando complex. If approved,the Porters would not only pay for all construction costs not covered by Pasco,but would also pay to operate the facility.J.D.said because of that stipulation they would like the county to kick in the entire $11 million for the job. The $11 million available comes from tax revenue collected on people staying at county hotels.The money has to go to help attract more tourists to Pasco. However,Pasco's parks department will not be able to keep either the Wiregrass or Aripeka facilities open without the help from investors like the Porters because of cuts to the county budget during the last four years. Commissioner Jack Mariano,whose District 5 includes the site of the proposed wakeboarding park,said he favored splitting the money between two locations. "That way we can get the biggest bang for the buck,"Mariano said."Better to have two places bringing in tourists than one." J.D.said they would likely have to amend the plans if they do not get the entire $11 million.However,if the Porters get their wish the Wiregrass complex would be up and running to host spring break tournaments in 2014. The commissioners are expected to vote on the plans by the end of the year.Parks plan comes into focus J.D. Porter By B.J.JarvisPasco Extension Director & Horticulture AgentWith tight budgets,it's even more important to choose a healthy Christmas tree.There are a number of ways to keep a tree green and beautiful throughout the holidays.Picking a good oneNo dry,brittle tree is going to safely survive the holiday season if it's not fresh. Little differences in longevity can be observed between species,so select trees based on size,tradition or appearance. To survive the entire holiday season,a tree needs to retain a large percentage of its needles.To test for freshness,look for bright green color,although today many trees are coated with green paint.Flexible needles should not come off in your hand when you stroke a branch. Another reliable freshness test is to hold a tree up a few inches off the ground and tamp it firmly down.Fresher trees lose only a few,inner needles.If a large number fall off keep looking.Keeping the tree fresherOnce home,there are a couple simple things you can do to extend the freshness. Place the tree in an unheated area such as a porch or garage to protect it from the elements.Make a fresh cut across the bottom of the trunk to open up water conducting tubes and set in a pail of water or in the stand.Even cut trees absorb lots of water -up to a gallon each day -so be sure to refill often.The tree will stay fresher and fire-resistant longer.Living Christmas trees Historically,families would make a day out of selecting and cutting the tree from a nearby grower or forest.There are still a few choose-and-cut growers in central Florida (check out either Lazy Lay or Ergle's for locally grown trees).Many of us visit a tree lot or mass-merchandiser to pick an already-cut northern one such as Fraser fir or blue spruce.In Florida there are many pines and cedars that grow well. The freshest tree may be growing in a pot.Plant a living tree in the landscape after the holidays.Give extra care to assure these plants have ample water, especially in our low-humidity homes to survive to a January planting.Best to keep one of these decorated and indoors for no more than 10 days. After Christmas,recycle cut trees rather than adding to the landfill.Take it to one of Pasco County's recycling centers or consider keeping it through the winter outdoors.You can use the tree as cover for birds and other wildlife,or cut boughs can be used to cover frost sensitive plants on cold nights. NATURE NOTES --BJ Jarvis is Director and Horticulture Agent of Pasco Extension Service,a partnership between the county,USDA and the University of Florida/IFAS.BJ can answer gardening questions by emailing to bjjarvis@ufl.edu. Living Christmas trees growing within Pasco County. (Photo provided)Selecting/preserving Christmas trees



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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 4 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com SURGICAL ALTERNATIVE CELEBRATES GRAND OPENINGSurgical Alternative,Institute of Alternative Therapy,will celebrate its grand opening from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.Saturday,Dec.10. All are welcome to learn about the many ways to decompress from stress. Surgical Alternative is celebrating its new location in the Heritage Station business complex in Lutz. The grand opening celebration will give members of the community a chance to see the new space,visit the treatment rooms and experience various therapeutic techniques. Surgical Alternative is an independent business founded by Peggy Boyd and is committed to helping people rehabilitate from pain.PRESIDENTIAL LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARDRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point has announced that Corinne (Corky) Zander has received the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award from the office of the President of the United States. The award recognizes outstanding volunteers across the nation.The award includes the "President's Call to Service Award Certificate,"a letter of congratulations from President Obama,and a pin commemorating this event. To be eligible for the award,the recipient must have 15 years of volunteer service and must have logged more than 7,500 hours of service. Zander began volunteering at the hospital in July 1996 and logged in more than 21,000 hours of service.She is chairwoman of the gift shop.AT&T WEST FLORIDA UPGRADES CELL SITESAT&T West Florida network team is completing upgrades to Tampa area cell sites adding third and fourth layers of capacity to support increasing demand for mobile broadband services. The team just added additional mobile broadband capacity to 73 cell sites in the Tampa Bay area,including 43 sites in Hillsborough and eight in Pasco. Adding extra capacity to a cell site makes it possible for the site to accommodate more network traffic,which gives customers improved mobile broadband voice and data service. Areas that benefited most from these upgrades include Tampa,Lutz,Odessa and Land O'Lakes.NEW UNIFORM STORE IN LUTZUniform Scrubs 4 Me opened a new location in downtown Lutz on Nov.25. The store sells scrubs for professionals in the medical,dental,veterinarian and other professional fields. The store offers cardigan jackets,lab coats, Christmas tops,solid and printed tops and a variety of other professional clothes. The company is an approved retailer for Littman and Prestige medical equipment. The store,at 18468 U.S.41,is near the corner of US 41 and Sunset Lane.Store hours are Monday through Saturday,10 a.m.-7 p.m. For additional information go to www.uniformscrubs4me.com.CAR SHOW BENEFITS CHURCHWillow Bend Automotive second annual car show raised $607 for the Floodgates Community Church.The event included a car show,a chance drawing and donations from the public. The money will benefit Floodgates Community Church.LOCAL BUSINESSES SUPPORT HONORARY MAYOR'S RACESeveral businesses are contributing a portion of their sales through Dec.6 to Rene Van Hout's bid for Honorary Mayor of Land O'Lakes. When customers say "I support Rene for Mayor,"these local businesses will donate part of their proceeds to Van Hout's campaign. These are the participating businesses: --Boardwalk Frozen Custard,27725 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel --Divine Discipline's Life Coach,Clestine Herbert,at (813) 927-1425 --Joey's Lunchbox Deli and Subs,21511 Village Lakes Shopping Center,Land O'Lakes --King's Gold,(813) 838-1141 --Krav Maga Martial Arts,Lutz,(813) 9484844 --Le Camelot Day Spa,in Lutz (813) 2394090 --Mary Kay's Kathryn Engstrom (813) 7287498 --Sky Blue Carpet Care (813) 406-0668 --Wainwright Alarm Service (813) 9952333 --LOL Transport & Moving (813) 996-3775 Proceeds from Van Hout's campaign go to benefit the Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce,Oasis Pregnancy Center and the Heritage Park Foundation. The race ends on Dec.6.The winner will be announced at the Plantation Palms Clubhouse during the chamber's annual holiday party.TIPS FOR BUYING GIFT CARDSThe Consumer Protection department of Hillsborough County government offers these tips to consider when buying gift cards: --Read the fine print before you buy.If you don't like the terms and conditions,buy elsewhere. --Ask about expiration dates and fees.Make sure that whatever the salesperson tells you is also in writing.If it isn't,buy elsewhere.If the information is separate from the card,be sure to give it to the card's recipient.Keep the original receipt,too,in case the card is lost or stolen. --Consider purchase fees.Is there a fee to buy a card or to activate it? --Check on purchase exceptions.Is the card good for shopping at the store and online? Can an all-purpose card be used to buy groceries or gasoline?BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT WEEK Registrations are being accepted for a luncheon presented by the Pasco Economic Development Council during the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce Business Development Week 2012. Topics expected to be addressed include: What's in store for the economy in 2012? Will Florida take a more active part in the recovery? Will election year politics have an impact? Will Europe's debt problems influence our growth prospects -and are we making sufficient strides on our own budget situation? Scott Brown,the chief economist for Raymond James,will present his assessment of where we stand and highlight key risks to the outlook. The event will be from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Tampa Bay Golf & Country Club,11500 Old Tampa Bay Drive in San Antonio.For more information,contact the Pasco Economic Development Council,(888) 6072726.



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LUBE CENTER HOURS: CAR WASH HOURS:813-949-7297 ALL OIL CHANGES INCLUDE A FREE BASIC CAR WASH24124 SR 54 in Lutz 1.2 Miles East of Collier PkwyMon-Sat 8:00am-6:00pm Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm DAILY UNTIL 7:00pm SR 54 INTERST ATE 75SR 54COLLIER PARKWAYFOGGY RIDGE ROADONLY $24.99 Oil changes are up to 5 quarts of oil and filter. Includes our 14 point inspection. You must present coupon at time of service. Premium and Diesel oils do not apply.OIL CHANGE SPECIALM a y not be combined with a ny other offer. At SR 54 loc a tion only.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comDespite having a year left on his current contract,Zephyrhills native and NASCAR driver David Reutimann finds himself as the odd man out with Michael Waltrip Racing. Reutimann,42,was recently informed by team owner Michael Waltrip he would not be brought back to drive the No.00 Toyota car in 2012. "I'm just disappointed,"Reutimann said."Overall,just disappointed,bummed out to put it mildly." Waltrip Racing is adding Mark Martin to the team next year,which means Reutimann will have to find himself another ride. Reutimann had by his own words a "disappointing season,"where he finished in 28th place in the Sprint Cup standings. "It's been an awful season for us for sure,"Reutimann said."We haven't run up to our expectations or our standards,but I thought we would have a chance to make up for it." Reutimann is unsure what he will do for next season. "There was not a lot of advance notice to do anything,"Reutimann said."You know the thing about it is that there's not a lot out there,and if there were to be something out there it's going to involve you doing the same thing that just got done to me.I'm not exactly up for that. "So I don't know what'll happen," Reutimann continued."It may come down to something like that,but I've got to think on that a little bit.When one person's gain is another person's big loss, you've got to weigh the plusses there." Despite the difficult season,Reutimann did claim one pole start,one runner-up finish and two top-10 performances this year. "I can still win races and I can still get the job done,"Reutimann said."Let's not forget that last year we were able to win and actually had a shot at making it into the chase.That's only been a year ago.I can still do that if I get in the right situation.It's just unfortunate that things worked out like they did." He rose as high as 16th in the points standings midway through last season,but he faded down the stretch.Drivers must finish in the top-10 or claim one of two wildcard spots to compete in NASCAR's 10-race playoff system. Reutimann became a driver for Waltrip Racing in 2007 but has yet to make the postseason.He said he has the fire to compete at the highest level and a desire to bring home a championship. "I still want it as bad as anybody in the garage,"Reutimann said."Just because I don't get out of the car after we've had a bad race and yell at my crew and throw my helmet and stuff like that,just because you guys can't visibly see how bad I want it,doesn't mean I don't.I want it worse than anybody who's ever set foot in this garage area." Reutimann,a graduate of Zephyrhills High,joined the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series in 2004,where he was named the rookie of the year.His first appearance in the Cup Series race was in 2005 at Lowes's Motor Speedway. Reutimann's first Cup Series win came at the 2009 Coca-Cola 600 in Charlotte. He had to wait until 2010 for his second victory,which came at the Chicagoland Speedway.He has 171 career Cup Series starts with four poles,12 top-five and 25 top-10 finishes in his career. Reutimann said he will finish the season's final two races despite the difficulty of knowing he won't be back. "It's tough,"Reutimann said."There's no sugarcoating this deal.Right now Aaron's is still my sponsor and these are still my guys.A lot of these (crew members) came over here with me from my Truck Series days,so they're still my guys and this is still my team.I have a couple more races with them,and we'll try to make the most of it like we've been doing every week. Reutimann said he was told by Waltrip the move is only a business one and nothing personal. "It's only business if it doesn't happen to you,"Reutimann said."It's hard for me not to take it personal.It's hard to accept and hard to stomach a little bit,but I knew coming into this deal this stuff is not forever.People take for granted that you're going to be here every week,and that's just not how this works.So we'll just pick up and go on." Reutimann was happy to have gotten a chance with Waltrip Racing,the only team he has driven for in his Cup Series career. "In the end,Michael Waltrip gave me an opportunity to go Cup racing when no one else would,and I appreciate that," Reutimann said."And Aaron's as well,but that ship has sailed and I've got to figure out something to do now."Zephyrhills native David Reutimann will have to find a new ride if he wants to race in the 2012 NASCAR season. (File photos) David Reutimann needs a new rideDavid Reutimann and Michael Waltrip two years ago. Waltrip recently told Reutimann he would not return to the Michael Waltrip Racing team next NASCAR season.



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Cody Adams 813-909-0712FRONTS FISHING CANAL3/2 dble wide & 2/2 single wide on adjoining lots, $87,000. Needs some repair but quite livable & is tenant occupied. Rent totals $1250 per month. Check it out! Call Helen Grantham 813-767-4899.PASCO TRAILS -Country Living at its 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 727-631-2068IVY LAKES ESTATES2004 4/2/2 home with 2066 sq ft of living area. This gated community offers a soccer field, basketball court, volleyball net and playground. The home is well cared for with Berber carpet and tile, Delta faucets and a hydro massage tub in master bath. Call Faith Garcia today 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3603.BIG YARD Doublewide mobile home on 1+ acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities. $90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated sq ft Tons of extras in this home. Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-01013 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 813-748-23892/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554LAKE LOT BLOW-OUT BONANZAESTATE HOME SITEof almost 3 acres on lake. Ski, swim & fish on sand bottom lake in Land O Lakes. Asking $600,000. Enough room for 2 homes if desired. Call Helen Grantham at 813-767-4899THONOTOSASSA 165 Ft OF LAKE FRONTAGE.Perfect property for your gorgeous home. Dock with covered and open deck. Breath taking view of the lake. $1,500,000 Call Ron McMurtry 813-962-4410HALF ACRE ON BIG LAKE THOMASBring the ski boat! 160 acre ski lake with dock and well. $164,900 owner financing … ready for the boat! Plan today for tomorrow, owner says sell. Call Cody 813-909-0712KING LAKE120 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 THOMAS 4 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. Call Cody 813-909-0712SKI LAKE SAXON100 Ft Lake Frontage. Lake Padgett Estates $134,900. Call Cody 813-909-0712 VACANT PROPERTY5 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 813-690-7843LAKEFRONT in Land O'Lakes,FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106 LAND 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 813-503-6610RENTAL PROPERTY1 BR APToff Livingston Ave just inside Pasco County. First or second floor apartment available $650 per month. Call Irving Hernandez 813-843-60263 BR 2 BATH END UNIT CONDO: washer, dryer, one car garage on lake front with front & back porch. Very nice! $1250 per month Cody Adams 813909-0712COMMERCIAL 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, ? acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 BANK 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. ? A/C + ? Warehouse. 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 813-949-3600Ž 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS Nove m ber 30, 2011 6 B y Kyle LoJacono klojacono@cnewspubs.com Tim Misandree is a survivor. Not from war or a natural disaster. The Wesley Chapel resident is a survivor of skin cancer. Tim, 42, was diagnosed with the disease six years ago. He was told it was probably caused by living his whole life in the Florida sunshine. “It was the most devastating thing I’ve ever heard,” Tim said. “My first thought is what am I going to tell my wife and two kids? My kids were only 5 and 6 at the time. I felt like I had let them down somehow.” It was Tim’s wife, Karen, who worried about getting him the right treatment to fight the disease. “We looked at all the places and after looking at everything we decided the best one for him was Florida Cancer InstituteNew Hope,” Karen said. Tim is now cancer free and attributes being alive today to the treatment he received at New Hope. “It wasn’t just the treatment and all of that,” Tim said. “It was the way they treated me as a person. The compassion was as important.” New Hope will now be able to offer that care with the help of Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (FCS). New Hope, which offers care through seven locations including three in Pasco County, will merge with FCS on Jan. 1. “Florida Cancer Institute-New Hope brings long-standing experience and excellent patient care into our practice,” said FCS CEO Brad Prechtl. “We are delighted to welcome these outstanding physicians into the Florida Cancer Specialists family, and we are excited about increasing the number of clinical sites that provide radiation oncology, PET/CT scans and other cutting-edge treatments and diagnostics for our patients.” Dr. William Harwin, president of FCS, said adding additional facilities to treat cancer patients throughout the state is a big focus for his group right now. “Increasing patient service areas is one of the primary goals of Florida Cancer Specialists because it is at the very heart of our mission to provide world-class cancer treatment close to a patient’s home and family. As a result, our patients can access the best possible treatment with the least amount of disruption to their daily lives.” New Hope president Dr. Jorge Ayub added, “The merger of our practices will provide an excellent synergy for our patients. Continuity of care will have no interruptions because our patients will be able to continue seeing their own physicians in the same locations they are familiar with. And by joining Florida Cancer Specialists, we will now be able to offer a more complete clinical research profile, fully integrated electronic medical records and increased access to the latest cutting-edge treatments.” Along with the merged sites, Prechtl said the combining of doctors and other workers with FCS and New Hope will allow them to learn from each other’s experience to provide better overall care. “FCS believes that we must provide the most advanced clinical treatments coupled with rigorous attention on patient-centered care,” Prechtl said. “Everything we do is designed to offer our patients the best opportunity for a positive outcome, as well as a better and less stressful overall patient experience.”Teaming up to tackle cancer



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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 AVAILABLESPA PACKAGES AVAILABLE$2000FREE$10000gift card for just $8000OR $5000gift card for just $4000gift card special THURSDAY Only 50 minuteswedish massage $29.00The new Reds are Incut, color & treatment$95.00select stylist only 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 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 7 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comA closet in the corner of Goin'Postal's Corporate Headquarters is stuffed with suitcases,plastic Easter eggs,costumes and assorted items that provide a glimpse into some of the activities of M.J.Price. She's a woman who plays many roles. She's the former Mrs.Zephyrhills and the reigning Ms.Pasco County. She's the president of Goin'Postal,a Zephyrhills company that she and her husband,Marcus,own.They also own Hut no. 8,another franchise operation that M.J.describes as "upscale resale."In essence,the company buys gently used fashions and resells them. "We originally started franchising midto late 2008 in that particular chain,"M.J. said,and the idea is catching on."We're setting up a lot of stores.We set up two last week.We just got contracts for two yesterday.Marcus is with some potentials right now." Beyond those things,M.J. whose first name was MerrieJo before she legally changed it to M.J. is a woman who dives head first into all sorts of community causes and activities. She believes in giving back so much that Goin'Postal franchise operators must commit to doing community events or cannot be a part of the company. She makes it easy for them. "We have over 100 different plans for community events,"she said.She has worked out templates so franchise operators can just use those plans and get rolling. "I teach them:Find what speaks to you. If you're into dog rescue,then focus on some animals,"M.J.said. Locally,her company is heavily involved in Zephyrhills'Festival of Lights,its Halloween Howl and its Founder's Day celebrations. At Festival of Lights,her company sets up a photo studio so people and pets can have their pictures taken with Santa.For Halloween,they create a set and company employees wear costumes to match the theme.And,for Founder's Day,the company provides a staffer donning an Easter Bunny suit,so people can have their pictures taken. In addition to those activities,M.J.has been heavily involved in a wide assortment of community causes.She's been the master of ceremony for fundraisers,has been a volunteer dance coach and has organized "color parties"to give women a place to gather and have fun. Perhaps one of her best-known causes is "Postage for Patriots,"which involves conducting 44-cent yard sales to raise money to cover postage so people can send packages for free to their loved ones in the military. She has another cause that's near and dear to her heart.This one,called Luggage Love for Foster Friends,aims to make life better for foster children. "When children are removed from one placement and quickly put in another, often times there's nothing to put whatever valuable they have a teddy bear,some toys,the clothes that they like. "They're handed a black trash bag. "That slowly erodes away at their self confidence.They feel their possessions are worth nothing.They're worth nothing. They're castaways.They're throwaways." M.J.collects suitcases.Children get to choose one and to decorate it. "It doesn't just become a suitcase.It becomes a treasure chest,"M.J.said. She and her husband,Marcus,became aware of these issues when they were preparing to adopt their two children, Bodhi,4 and Ellie,2 1/2. M.J.said the importance of being involved was a value instilled by her parents and she wants to pass that along to her children. She said her father,who is deceased,left a particularly lasting impression. "I always saw him helping other people. Whether it was quietly giving them a loan, or helping a sibling put their children through college.Whatever it was.He didn't want accolades.It was all very quiet.He was just a go-to guy." She and Marcus are already teaching their children the importance of community involvement. "You contribute to your community. Otherwise,it's not going to be the nice place you want it to be.You have to put in the elbow grease,"she said. The hope is that others will see what you are doing and want to get involved themselves,she said.And,if that happens, the community becomes a better place for everyone. "And then you end up with a myriad of different activities that are all free and that are all making everybody happy." That's especially important in these economic times,M.J.added. "People want to do things with their families,but they can't drive all of the way to Tampa.That's expensive.They can't afford passes to Busch Gardens.It's nice to have something in your own backyard,in your own hometown,that you can go to."Creating a sense of community is this woman's mantra Anyone who wishes to donate a used suitcase can drop it off at Goin' Postal or Hut no.8 in downtown Zephyrhills or can get in touch with M.J.Price at (813) 782-1500,Ext.104. M.J. Price said she learned at an early age that it's important to be involved. She collects donated luggage to distribute to foster children, who then decorate the suitcases to turn them into personal treasure chests. (Photo by B.C. Manion)



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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS November 30,2011 8 Free sign language services The Deaf Family Literacy Academy (DFLA) of Pasco and Hernando counties is currently enrolling families in the area for a free educational program to teach deaf and hard-of-hearing children younger than 12 and their parents how to communicate using American Sign Language (ASL). Test results show deaf children have the same potential as their hearing peers to achieve the highest levels of academic success.However,many children have problems in school due to their lack of mastery in a first language as well as substandard reading comprehension skills. To address these educational needs,the DFLA program provides families an opportunity to learn and practice ASL in their homes. Trained deaf mentors go into the home of each family for weekly sessions.The mentoring sessions: --Teach parents ASL skills --Teach parents how to read to their child using ASL --Promote shared reading time between parents and children --Teach deaf and hard-of-hearing children through ASL activities to prepare them to achieve in school --Support time for parent and child together to reinforce families learning and bonding activities For more information,contact Jeff Thomas of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services of Florida at jthomas@deafhhsfla.org or (727) 853-1010.More imaging services available BayCare Outpatient Imaging in Tampa has transferred all of its women's imaging services from the Medical Arts Building at St. Joseph's Hospital to the new Shimberg Breast Center at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Junior Blvd.in Tampa. The new,five-story breast center opened in August and has twice the space of,and more services than,the older facility.Such services include: --Digital mammography screening --Diagnostic mammograms --MRI-guided biopsy --Stereotactic biopsy --Ultrasound-guided biopsy --Breast MRI --DEXA bone density scan --Biophysical profile ultrasound --Breast ultrasound --Fetal ultrasound --Hysterosalpingogram --Pelvic ultrasound --CT and MRI services For more information,call (813) 443-2046 or visit www.StJosephsWomens.com.Volunteer for Gulfside RegionalGulfside Regional Hospice needs volunteers to help care for patients,with phone calls and to do office work.For more information,call (727) 845-5707.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.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) 7833186.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.Gulfside stitches memoriesGulfside Regional Hospice volunteers have found a way to stitch together the loving memories and good times of recently departed loved ones.Memorial bears are specially made to bring comfort to the children and adult survivors of a family member no longer with them. Pieces of clothing that were worn by the patient are given to a memorial bear volunteer who sews the bear out of the cloth. Sometimes when there is extra cloth,the Gulfside volunteers can make a blanket providing a lot of comfort for a small child missing a grandparent. "We have had quite a few requests for multiple bears from one family,"said Gulfside's director of bereavement and volunteers Sonia Quinones in a release."We know how special these bears are to a grieving child,teen or adult.The volunteers also make military bears for the survivors of our service men and women. "It is a special kind of work as our volunteers are well aware of the emotional impact these bears have on the survivors,and the family responds by sending the memorial bear volunteer a card of appreciation," Quinones continued. For more information about Gulfside,call (727) 845-5707 or visit www.GRHospice.org.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.,hosts an aphasia support group the third Monday monthly from 6:308:30 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.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) 823-5220 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) 8150303.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.HEALTH & WELLNESS Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,had its Level II Trauma Center approved by the Florida Department of Health,Office of Trauma as a provisional facility. "For more than 16 months,the staff at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point has been working hard to continue our history of providing the highest levels of critical medical care to our community through the development of atrauma service,"said hospital CEO Shayne George in a release."This designation means we can now provide residents of Pasco and surrounding counties with trauma care in their own community and ensure that critically injured patients have access to treatment within the golden hour the first hour after a serious injury during which there is the highest likelihood that prompt medical attention will prevent death." More than $4.5 million has already been invested in developing the program, which is part of the Hospital Corporation of America Florida and USF Health affiliation agreement for trauma care to support local needs. "We've done amazing things in our emergency services department by minimizing ER waittimes and far exceeding the national averages for treating heart attack and stroke patients,"said the hospital's vice president of emergency and trauma services Pam Schlicher in a release. "Having a trauma center here will mean faster treatment for trauma patients which could be the difference between life and death and will satisfy a huge need in our community."Regional Medical's trauma center approved 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. 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