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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA JANUARY 18,2012 Suncoast Arts Fest at WiregrassPage 5Teen wins spot in Nick Jonas videoPage 10Freedom seeks new football coachPage 19 INSIDE New school would be off Sunset Lane, near US 41By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Community School wants to expand its brand of environmental education into high school and is proposing a new school near Nye Park,off Sunset Lane. A public hearing on the request had been set for Jan.23,but school officials have asked for a continuance until 6 p.m.on Feb. 20.That hearing will be at County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd in downtown Tampa. More time is needed to continue addressing neighbors'concerns,said Patti Girard, the founder of Learning Gate,a charter school that began as a private preschool inHearing on proposed high school expected in FebruaryBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comCentral Pasco United Soccer Association (CPUSA) normally focuses on developing talented young players,but for a few weeks the club put some of its efforts toward a greater goal. CPUSA's U14 team organized two fundraising events for Jordan Harris,the older brother of one of its players,Dyllon Harris.Jordan,16,was diagnosed with primitive neuroectodermal tumors,a rare brain cancer. "We really wanted to help this family with medical expenses,especially during the holiday season,"said Jennifer Nelson, manager of CPUSA's U14 squad. The first event was Dec.9 at the Beef O' Brady's near Sunlake High,which brought in $4,000. The club followed up by putting together a technical and agility camp on Jan.8 with the help of Eddie Oyakhilome and his EJJE Soccer Academy.The event included 70 campers and raised another $3,000 to help the New Tampa family. The $7,000 gift was a big surprise for Jordan,especially because he has never played for the Land O'Lakes-based club. "It was so nice of everyone and it really helped me and my family a lot,"Jordan said. Dyllon,14,added,"It made me smile how so many people came out to support Jordan and our family." Dyllon himself had only been with the club for a few weeks when CPUSA organizers started talking about having the fundraisers."They have been more than amazing with all the work andeffort they have put into these events,"said Jordan's mother Kim."I thought the Beef O'Brady's was incredible,but then to hear that Eddie Oyakhilome was going to hold a 3-hour clinic and donate all of the proceeds to Jordan was unbelievable.CPUSA is a great place to be with so many caring people."The pair of events brought the family some cheer after having their lives turned upside down since discovering Jordan's ailment last April.Jordan,a junior,had to give up playing soccer for Freedom High's team.He also had to withdraw from school and is enrolled with Hillsborough County's hospital/homebound program.CPUSA gives big assist to Jordan HarrisStudents, staff and parents thrilled by new facilityBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comKids and parents were jazzed last week,as they toured the new elementary school building housing Imagine School at Land O'Lakes. "This,to me,is like we're finally home,"said Magarida Wainraich,who has been on the school's staff school since Day One. "I'm jumping out of my skin,I'm so excited,"she said."This has been a long time coming after trying to get into so many different places and the sites just always fell through." The school previously was located in a professional office park,with classes held in individual buildings. "It's a wonderful day to see the smiles on everyone's faces,"said Principal Kathy Helean,as people trooped past her during the open house. "They've been waiting 3 1/2 years, but I think it has all been worth it. "By all being under one roof,I think the culture of the school changes because we feel more unified.Teachers see each other in the hallways.Kids see each other in the hallways,"Helean said. In the school's media center,something it didn't have at its former location,a parent congratulated Helean and praised the school's look and feel. "It's so functional.It just looks beautiful,"said Jacki Hudnall,whose 7-year-old daughter Paige attends the school and whose other daughter,Adyson,will attend next year. The new gym was a huge hit with the kids,who wasted no time in breaking it in. Hudnall said she understands why the children are so excited about having an indoor gym:"Can you blame them? Three years of 95 degrees heat in that sun." Teacher Aimee Wynacht also noted other advantages of having the gym.For one thing,it doubles as a lunchroom and is more spacious than the lunchroom at the previous location. It also provides a great place to have school assemblies,she said. "If we have any holiday shows or presentations for parents,we have some place we can hold that now,"saidNew school building opens to rave reviews Principal Kathy Helean says having all of the students, staff and teachers under one roof will foster a greater degree of unity at the school. (Photo by B.C. Manion) From left are Cristi Skairus, Kim Harris, Mindy Turba and Jordan Harris at one of the two fundraising events for Jordan. (Photos courtesy of Jennifer Nelson) See HEARING,page13 See CPUSA,page13 See SCHOOL,page13 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) FREE SAMPLECONE A treat for theNew Year 127 FLAGSHIP DRIVE, LUTZwww.phillycream.com SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 13 Jordan Harris signing a Nike ball for raffle at one of the two fundraising events put on by CPUSA.

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BATTERIES IN STOCK CELEBRATING OUR FIRST YEAR IN THIS LOCATION*Most cars / Expires 1-31-12 $1799*Oil, Lube & Filter $7500*Brakesper axel Harlan, left and Tim Keener are proud that All-Car Auto Repair was recently selected as a NAPA AutoCare Center.By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe Altman Companies,a Florida-based luxury residential rental developer,is building a multimillion-dollar apartment development at the southwest corner of SR 54 and Livingston Road.The development,Altis at Grand Cypress,is under construction on a 60-acre site which will include apartments,a lake and a forested cypress preserve.The community will feature 17 twostory apartment buildings,with private entries for each of the 258 apartment units.Joel Altman,chairman of The Altman Companies,expressed optimism about the Pasco area in a news release by PR Newswire. "We believe the Pasco County area has its best days ahead and we are looking forward to being part of it,"he states in the news release.Altman reiterated that positive outlook last week,in an email responding to questions about the project from The Laker/Lutz News.He cited these strengths for Pasco County:"Its location,access to metro area, the natural beauty of the area,the available land for development and the new employer opportunities." The apartments will have designer-style kitchens and energy-efficient appliances. Rents for the oneto three-bedroom apartments will range from $860 to $1,550, depending on market conditions,Altman said.Pets will be allowed,with restrictions.Amenities will include a clubhouse with a billiards table,a kitchen/coffee bar area,a business center and a large fitness area with an adjoining fun and study room for children. Other amenities include a resort-style swimming pool,a private sunning deck,an outdoor lounge bar with TVs,a fireplace,multiple picnic and barbecue areas and a large playground.The project is expected to bring more than 100 jobs to the county during the course of construction.It also will result in six to seven permanent jobs,as well as numerous outside vendors,once the development is completed,Altman said. The first units are scheduled to be completed in July.Leasing is expected to begin in May. The project is financed by an $18.4 million loan through City National Bank of Florida,with equity provided through Sarofim Realty Advisors and Altman,according to the report published in PR Newswire. Altman Companies,based in Boca Raton, has developed,constructed,acquired and managed in excess of 20,000 multi-family units in Florida,Michigan,Illinois,Tennessee, Georgia,Texas and North Carolina.Altman said the company plans additional projects in the Tampa Bay area in 2013. Altis at Grand Cypress is the company's fourth development in Tampa.The others are Lakes of Northdale,Mallory Square and Preserve at Tampa Palms. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comU.S.Rep.Gus Bilirakis can't stand the idea of military veterans becoming homeless after serving and has introduced legislation to help protect their jobs when they return from deployment. Bilirakis,R-Palm Harbor,is co-sponsoring a bill to keep troops out of unemployment statistics.H.R.3670 would guarantee anyone called to active duty be given their job back when they return home,regardless if the position is in the public or private sector. "When our National Guard and reservists are called to duty,it is our duty to ensure that they have the peace of mind of knowing that their jobs are secure when they return,"Bilirakis said. There is already legislation,Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA),which protects soldiers'jobs,but certain professions are currently exempt.The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is one of those not required to follow USERRA. The bill would likely be especially helpful to those in Pasco County,which currently is home to 54,000 veterans and their families,just less than 12 percent of the county's population. Bilirakis,whose ninth congressional district covers Lutz,Odessa,New Tampa and portions of northern Pinellas County and west Pasco,is the vice chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs.He said he has been working toward adding protections like this for about a year. "This legislation is a necessary step in supporting those who sign on to protect our nation and ensure our freedoms," Bilirakis said. Bilirakis never served in the military,but one of the bill's co-sponsors is a 24-year Army National Guard veteran.Tim Walz,DMinn.,said protecting soldiers'employment is something that crosses political party lines. "The unemployment rate among our service members is already far too high," Walz said."Protecting the jobs they already have should be a top priority. "A critical part of the obligation we have to support the troops includes ensuring a stable economic condition when they return from military service,"Walz continued. "When Americans are deployed with the armed forces,they should not have to worry that they might be fired simply for being away on duty.This bipartisan legislation protects the jobs of American service members by ensuring that a call to serve doesn't amount to a pink slip for officers of the Transportation Security Administration." The bill specifically mentions the TSA. "The TSA employs thousands of veterans, reservists and members of the National Guard who should not have to worry about losing their jobs when called to active duty," Walz said."They have earned and deserve this simple protection." The Military Officers Association of America and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) have already supported the measure. Raymond Kelley,legislative director of the VFW,released a statement stating,"This much-needed change in TSA policy sets a new standard in the federal government's full support of our Veterans.The VFW was adamant about working towards this legislative fix after helping to discover this loophole." The TSA also released a statement stating it already complies with the legislation voluntarily.However,Bilirakis points out that at least two transportation security officers did not receive such protection during the last few years and lost their jobs while deployed. "That has to stop,"Bilirakis said.Luxury apartments being built at Livingston Road and SR 54 Altis at Grand Cypress is a luxury apartment complex the developer expects to begin leasing in May. (Rendering courtesy of The Altman Companies) Proposal set to protect troops'jobs

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Fusion Hair Extensions / Interlocking Hair Extensions 50% OFF Full Head Hair ExtensionsBuy 4 Shampoo and Sets – Get 2 FREE NEWYEARSPECIALS CINDERELLA'S FAVORITE DESSERT COMPETITIONPasco County culinary arts students will compete for the title of Cinderella's Favorite Dessert on Thursday,Jan.19,at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land O'Lakes High, 20325 Gator Lane.Plating can be viewed at 5 p.m.and judging begins at 6 p.m. Thirteen teams will compete.The top three winners will have their desserts featured at the annual Cinderella Ball,a fundraiser for the Pasco Education Foundation.Tickets for the bake-off are available at the door for $25.Proceeds benefit the county's culinary arts program.Guests can tour the culinary arts facility and taste the desserts.SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY SELECTED FOR AWARDS PROGRAMThe Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation has selected Saint Leo University as one of five colleges and universities to join a small group of distinguished schools from across the Southeast to participate in its awards program. The others selected were Oglethorpe University,Berry College,Young Harris College,and Wesleyan. Each institution bestows the awards upon students,alumni,or community members each year.The foundation is based in Oxford,Miss. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Mary Mildred Sullivan Awards were created nearly 100 years ago to honor the service of the husband and wife for whom the awards are named.The awards are given annually to a man and a woman whose remarkable character and dedication to service sets them apart as examples for others."It is truly an honor to become part of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation legacy,"Kenneth Posner,associate vice president for student services at Saint Leo said in a news release.Saint Leo University will present its first Sullivan Awards in spring 2012.ODESSA WOMAN GRADUATES FROM FLAGLER COLLEGESarah Kalen Flora,of Odessa,has received a bachelor of arts degree from Flagler College.She was among approximately 180 Flagler graduates in the Dec.10 commencement ceremony.PAYING FOR COLLEGE EXPENSESParents who need help in filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid,or who are interested in learning how colleges calculate student aid packages,or who have other college financial aid questions may find the answers to at least some of their questions at a Financial Aid Night set for 7 p.m.on Jan.26 at Gaither High,16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com SEEKING YOUTHS WITH TALENTThe Heritage Arts Center Association will present its 29th annual Spotlight on Talent for young people through high school seniors. The entry deadline is Thursday,Jan.26.The preliminary contest will be on Saturday,Feb. 11.The final competition will be Saturday, March 10 at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel.For more information,visit spotlight@heritagearts.org or call (352) 567-1720.GALLERY SHOW FEATURES ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH STUDENTHut no.8 is proud to announce a gallery show featuring the work of Dustin Lee Lawrence,a senior at Zephyrhills High.The show will be from 5-8 p.m.on Jan.26 at 38435 Fifth Ave. A non-alcoholic champagne reception will follow unveiling of the artistic pieces, which include acrylics,watercolors and reclaimed furniture.SPIRIT OF LIFE UU OFFERS CLASSESLifelong learning just got closer to home in Odessa.Community Learning Center at Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalist,at 18412 Burrell Road in Odessa,kicks off Jan.21 with a diverse selection of course offerings. Courses range from digital photography to meditation and healing,papermaking,gardening,birding and yoga.Classes will run from January through June.The course catalog is available online at http://www.spiritoflifeuu.org/pdfs/CLCCatal ogJan2012.pdf Tuition varies,with most courses costing $30 or less. The Community Learning Center seeks to provide learning opportunities,fun and community building.Online registration for upcoming courses is being accepted through Friday,Jan.20.HILLSBOROUGH TEACHERS, STUDENTS HIT HIGH NOTESThe Hillsborough County School District was well-represented in the 2012 Florida Music Educators Association All-State and Clinic-Conference,"Uniting Music Education:Building Relationships." Fifty-three students in grades four through 12 from 69 schools were selected, by audition,to perform in all-state band,chorus,jazz band,and orchestra sessions.CYBER AWARENESS PROGRAMGaither High School's Parent Teacher Student Association and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office are hosting a community Cyber Awareness Program. Two members of the Sheriff Office's special investigation division will present information on cyber bullying,hackers, scammers,sexting,and sexual predators.The meeting will be at 6 p.m.on Jan.23 in Gaither High's auditorium,at 16200 N.Dale Mabry Highway.LUTZ COLLEGE STUDENT ACHIEVES DEAN'S LISTAaron Pleus,of Lutz,achieved the dean's list at Clearwater Christian College for the fall 2011 semester.Students must earn a gradepoint average exceeding 3.5 on a 4.0 scale to achieve the dean's list.Pleus is a sophomore majoring in Information Systems Management.The 2010 home school graduate is the son of Gene and Jocelyn Pleus of Lutz.NATURE'S NOTEBOOK PROGRAM SEEKS CITIZEN SCIENTISTSVolunteers are needed to gather information on plants and animals as part of ongoing research on the effects of climate change.Those interested in learning more can attend a Nature's Notebook workshop from 9 a.m.to noon on Saturday,Feb.11,at the Hillsborough County Extension Service at 5339 County Road 579 in Seffner.The workshop will teach participants how to observe and record information on plants,insects and birds in their own backyard or nearby natural areas. The workshop is free,but space is limited and registration is required.To register,go to www.tbep.org. Workshop sponsors are Tampa Bay Estuary Program and the U.S.Geological Survey.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 4

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 5 Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportPut art on your shopping and windowshopping list for this weekend at The Shops at Wiregrass,when the Suncoast Arts Fest moves in. More than 100 fine artists and craftspeople will show work in all media and price ranges on Saturday,Jan.21 and Sunday,Jan. 22.Art will even be underfoot as the chalk artists are back by popular demand to adorn the streets of the mall.New this year is the first Suncoast Run for the Arts,a one-mile walk/run to benefit Arts for Kids.The start time is Sunday at 9 a.m.for this race on the flat,fast course around Wiregrass.Runners and walkers can preregister through Friday at www.active.com.Race participants will receive a cotton T-shirt and fabric pens to create their own masterpiece. The run will be followed by a pancake breakfast by The Pancake Man in the children's activities area.Performing arts students will provide entertainment all weekend.Performers include Hudson Middle School's drama/chorus group and the school's jazz band,and the Land O'Lakes High School band.Art lovers can groove through the weekend with an assortment of performances,including shows both afternoons at 2 p.m.Wesley Chapel's Josh Lamkin and his band Automatic Heat perform Saturday and Sol Caribe performs Sunday.Skippers Smokehouse in North Tampa is providing the sound system.For more information visit www.SuncoastArtsFest.com or follow the fest on Facebook.Artsy weekend on tap at Wiregrass Contempo Dance School performed for the crowd at last year's fest. (Photos courtesy of Suncoast Arts Fest) Artist Tim Decker portrayed pop icon Michael Jackson. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITYFORMER SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ATTORNEY AVAILABLE TO REPRESENT YOU813-264-7997 www.disabilitylawtampa.com14499 Dale Mabry N. Grand Plaza (1 mile north of Fletcher) Tampa 33618 Unable to work? Need to apply for benefits? Your claim denied? Act Now! Ronald J. Koster, P.A."YOUR CASE IS OUR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL CONCERN"Over 30 Years Experience Only Social Security LawNO FEES OR COSTS UNLESS WE WINFREE Consultation Trinity Memorial Gardens(727) 376-7824 (813) 920-4241 www.TrinityMemorial.com SR 54 4 Miles East of Little Road Cemetery Mausoleum CrematoryFuneral Home INDEPENDENTLY & LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Pre-planning available offering great savings Follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/thelakerlutznews a day of beauty with our original spa packages now 20% off cupid's creations cupid's creations for captivating stylescameo cameo hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin1817 collier parkway,lutz cameosalonspa.comsalon & spa 813 948 7411 sweetheart packageOPI gel manicure & spa pedicure$70.00hugs & kisses packagespa manicure, spa pedicure & shampoo/style$90.00passion package60 min swedish massage, 60 min custom facial & shampoo/style$130.00

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 8 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening HISTORICAL SOCIETYThe Pasco County Historical Society will discuss Jeff Cannon's recently published book,"Then and Now:New Port Richey"at its meeting Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m.,in the American Legion Hall,37745 Church Ave.in Dade City.A covered-dish dinner will precede the program,so bring something to share,as well as your own table-service and drink.Visitors are welcome.For more information call Eddie Herrmann,(352) 5672050 or Glen Thompson,(352) 567-7449.GET FIT WITH FRIENDSA group fitness class is being offered Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway. The 60-minute total body workout will feature aerobics,strength,toning,and flexibility.All fitness levels are welcome,and the cost is $6 per class,pay as you go.For more information call (813) 996-7186 or email julbruc@yahoo.com.REGISTER TO RUNRegistration is open for the second annual Honest Abe 5K Race presented by St.Leo University to benefit the Boy Scouts of America.Runners can preregister at www.active.com for the race on Feb.11 at 8 a.m.Long-sleeve tee shirts are guaranteed for those who preregister.For more information,call Chrissy Kruse at (813) 9296789.TROUBLESHOOTINGThe University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum is showing "Troubleshooting,"an exhibit by Mark Dion, through March 3.For decades,Dion has created drawings,prints,cabinets of curiosity,archaeological digs,and sprawling installations about the discrepancy between perceived knowledge and scientific inquiry, between common perception and advanced research.His works have addressed famous intellectuals in history, such as William Bartram,as well as important social and environmental sites, most recently the fragile Florida Everglades.FOLK TALESStory time at Westfield Citrus Park will feature the classic folktale "Tikki Tikki Tembo"by Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent,and "May I Bring a Friend?"by Beatrice de Regniers and Beni Montresor on Thursday, Jan.19 at 4 p.m.The second book explores the tradition of English tea,and children will be served a snack and create cups to take home.The event will be held in the Macy's Court.For more information,call (813) 9264644.SNOWFLAKESBentley Commons at Zephyrhills will host a Snowflake Party on Thursday,Jan.19 at 3:45pm.Enjoy the snow without the cold and keep warm with hot chocolate,treats and great entertainment by Midlife Crisis, performing popular songs from the 30s through the 70s.Wear white and lots of diamonds to this free,public event.Call (813) 779-4501 to make a reservation. Bentley Commons,38130 Pretty Pond Road, is a community for adults age 55 and over.CHEERIOThe British Commonwealth Society will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday,Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m.at Keystone Park,17928 Gunn Highway,Odessa.Refreshments will be served and guests are welcome.Club dues are $25 per year.For more information, call Wenda at (727) 939-0362 or Pearl at (813) 401-5711.NATURISTS DINNERSingle Naturists of Tampa Bay will have a dinnerThursday,Jan.19at Caliente,21240 Gran Via Blvd.in Land O'Lakes.Grounds fees are complimentary after 5 p.m.with purchase of a buffet dinner for $14.Social hour is from 5:30-6:30 p.m.Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m.To RSVP at least two days in advance,call Luna Adams at (813) 235-9547.ARBOR DAY MEMORIAL TREESThe Dade City Garden Club will recognize those being honored or celebrated this Arbor Day with the planting of a memorial tree at its meeting Friday,Jan.20 at 10 a.m. For 16 years the Dade City Garden Club has celebrated Arbor Day,and the club jointly sponsors Arbor Day programs with Dade City.The memorial tree program gives residents an opportunity to honor or celebrate someone by planting a tree in their memory.The diversity and quantity of trees in Dade City has helped make Dade City a Tree City USA.There is still time to donate a tree for this year's ceremony.For more information call Pennie Jefferson at (352) 521-6886.FRESH MARKETThe next Fresh Market at the Shops at Wiregrass is Saturday,Jan.21 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.The market features 50-plus vendors offering organic,hydroponic and conventional produce,plants,locally made foods such as jams,salsas,dips,seasonings and sauces,and local artists showcasing their work.The market is the first and third Saturday of the month.For vendor information visit eternalbalanceliving@yahoo.com. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT BOTANICAL GARDENS WORKSHOPSTwo workshops are on tap this weekend at the University of South Florida Botanical Gardens.A fairy garden workshop will be held on Saturday,Jan.21 from 10-11 p.m. The workshop,presented by Sarah Sanford,offers information on how to get started in designing your own fairy garden (fairies not included).Each participant receives a "starter kit"and can buy additional furniture.The workshop is $40 for general public and $35 for USF Botanical Garden members.Reservations are required,so call (813) 974-2329.A garden railroad workshop will be held from 10-11 a.m.in the conservatory.This workshop presented by Gulfcoast Garden Railroaders,offers participants information and displays on creating their own garden railway.The workshop is $10 for general public and $8 for USF Botanical Garden members. Reservations not required,but suggested,so call (813) 974-2329.The Garden website: www.cas.usf.edu/garden.

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Call for details! No Contracts  Guaranteed Satisfaction  Licensed, Bonded & Insured NEW YOU IN THE NEW YEARVida Community Church presents "New Year,New You!"Family Health Fair 2012 on Saturday,Jan.21 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.at 410 County Line Road West in Lutz.The event includes health and vision screenings, flu shots,chair massages,and information sessions by local health and safety professionals.Activities for children include face painting,a bounce house,concessions, crafts and an engine demonstration by Hillsborough County Fire Rescue.Children also can meet Helmutt from the Brain Injury Association of Florida.For more information,go to Healthfair_vida@live.com.100 CANDLESFirst United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills is inviting the community to help celebrate its 100th birthday Sunday, Jan.22 at 10:30 a.m.The worship service will feature elements of both the contemporary and traditional services with music by the church's Christian rock bank, Salvation's Rock,and the church choir.The church will open a time capsule and serve lunch following the service,featuring more than 35 desserts.For more information about the centennial celebration call (813) 782-5645.CLUB MOMClub Mom will meet Wednesday,Jan.25 from 10 a.m.-noon at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Center,3032 Collier Parkway, Land O'Lakes.The club provides friendship, support,activities,fun and more for moms and their children in the Lutz,Land O'Lakes and surrounding areas.Refreshments will be served and children are welcome.For more information,visit www.meetup.com/momsclub/PIANO PERFORMANCEConcert pianist Vladimir Svoysky will perform Thursday,Jan.26 at 3:30 p.m.at Bentley Commons.Svoysky picked up his passion for music in his native Russia and is accomplished with the harpsichord and in front of an orchestra as well.For more on Svoysky visit www.vsconcerts.com.The concert is free and the public is welcome. To RSVP call (813) 779-4501.ADOPT A PETThe Humane Society of the Nature Coast will hold an adoption event at its ReTAIL and adoption center at Gulf View Square Mall on Saturday,Jan.28 from 11 a.m.to 3 p.m.Rescue groups including Florida Boxer Rescue will be in attendance with dogs available for adoption.CHILI COOKOFFCentennial Aerie #4399 of Dade citywill have a chili cookoff and basket auction Saturday,Jan.28 from 5 p.m.to 7 p.m.The aerie is at 15924 US 301 North.For more information call (352) 567-9755.EAGER BEAVERS BINGOA Bingo for Breast Cancer fundraiser will be held on Saturday,Jan.28 at Song & Dance, 27221 Foamflower Blvd.,in Wesley Chapel. The event starts at 6 p.m.with 10 games of bingo starting at 6:45 pm.Tickets are $25 and include a $5 gift certificate to spend at the event.Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.Proceeds will go to the Eager Beavers Breast Cancer 3-Day 60-Mile Walk team. The 2012 walk will be the seventh year for the Eager Beavers,who walk in memory of Ann Beaver,the mother of member Tiffanie Kellog.For more information on upcoming Eager Beavers events,please go to www.theEagerBeavers.com or contact Stacey Janoske at (813) 334-8502.QUEST FOR QUILTSQuilt entries for the Pioneer Florida Museum 22nd Annual Farm Fest & Quilt Show must be received by 5 p.m.Friday, Jan.27.The annual event is Feb.4-5 and showcases "Old Florida"at the Pioneer Florida Museum and Village,one mile north of downtown Dade City.For more information,call (352) 567-0262 or go to www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Dr. Deborah Fisher-Esenberg, who is an expert in practicing chiropractic medicine, has joined Dr. Jeff Kirschner and Pinnacle Chiropractic as of January 1, 2012 incorporating three decades of knowledge and combined experience. As a Chiropractic Physician, Dr. Debbie is trained to treat musculo-skeletal injuries from motor vehicle accidents, sports and work related injuries as well as aches, pains and stresses from daily living on our muscloskeletal systems. Symptoms in which chiropractic physicians treat could include neck pain, headaches, mid and low back pain, arm and leg pain and numbness and tingling. Dr. Debbie has received her certification as a Chiropractic Sports Physician and has completed the Foreman and Croft Masters Series for treating whiplash injuries. The Pinnacle Chiropractic team utilizes massage therapy, physio-therapy, dry hydrotherapy and manual therapy to treat patients. Our doctors routinely work with area medical physicians and physical therapists to achieve maximum results for the patient. Dr. Debbie will primarily be located in the Lutz/Land O' Lakes office located at: 24014 State Rd Lutz, FL and she will also be treating patients at the Wesley Chapel and Dade City locations.Doctor Partners with Pinnacle Chiropractic Lutz/Land O' Lakes813.949.6677 24014 SR 54Wesley Chapel 813.907.9553 5808 Boyette Road Dade City 352.437.4824 14114 7th Street Please visit: www.pinnacleofwesleychapel.com or www.pinnacleofdadecity.com for more information. www.pinnacleoflutzlandolakes.com coming soon! Dr. Deborah Fisher-Esenberg and Dr. Jeff Kirschner.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 10 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O' Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amFriday Night Happy Hour 10% OFF ANY GREEN FEE*clip this ad & bring to the courseNew Year special FULL SERVICE SIGN COMPANYWITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Parking Lot Lights Maintenance & Repair L.E.D. Neon Sign Foundation Sign Installation Sign Removal Fabrication PermitsSky-High Signs & Lighting26421 Green Willow Run Wesley Chapel, FL 33544E.C. 0003179 www.SkyHighSigns.com EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O' LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests $75.00 (reg. $149)offer expires 1-31-12 Worried About Report Cards? Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge Land O LakesCHRISTIAN SCHOOLEducating for EternityŽ Preschool through high school Full accreditation Qualified teachers Affordable tuition Character training College preparatory classes Fine arts & athletics programsOpen House 52 41Bell LakeRd School Rd LOLCS 54Rev 1/2012 Thursday, January 26, 2012 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.Open Enrollment Begins February 21!5105 School Rd, Land O Lakes, FL 34638 ~ 813.995.9040 Gabrielle Giguere signs on with the Jonas GroupBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhile most teenagers would be thrilled to get the lead in the school musical,14-yearold Gabrielle Giguere is the star in a music video written and produced by Nick Jonas. The Land O'Lakes teenager flew out to Los Angeles a few months ago to film the video,after winning the grand prize in the Quaker Chewy Superstar contest.(To watch the video go to www.ChewySuperstar.com).The Steinbrenner High student became the first young vocalist to be singled out in the nationwide talent search,open to contestants ages 8 through 14.The star search hit the road last summer with mobile recording studios making stops in metro areas from New York to Los Angeles. Since the mobile studio didn't stop in Tampa Bay,Giguere did her vocal audition on a video filmed at the family's Land O' Lakes home. A panel of judges selected the top 35 videos,based on vocal performance,performance aesthetics and showmanship. Jonas then narrowed the pool to the top five,with a nationwide vote to choose the winner.The Quaker Oats Company and MTV Networks sponsored the contest. At the outset,Jonas who rose to fame as part of the Jonas Brothers told MTV News that he was looking for someone with "the overall star power and star qualities of Willow Smith,with the artistry of a Greyson Chance." After Giguere won,Jonas said "Gabrielle's passion,determination and sheer talent shows me she's ready to become the first Quaker Chewy Superstar." Giguere recalled how she heard the news. "I was hearing screaming coming out from my kitchen,"she said."I thought something was wrong." She went to check it out,and she heard her mom,Sara,saying,"Are you serious? Are you serious?" That's when Giguere found out she'd won the grand prize. Giguere flew to Los Angeles to work with Jonas on a video showcasing the song, "My Time,"which Jonas wrote for her. Part of the video was recorded at EASTWEST Studios,the same studio used by Nat King Cole,Ella Fitzgerald,Elvis Presley,Eric Clapton,Paul McCartney,Michael Jackson and the Rolling Stones.Film crews began shooting as soon as Giguere arrived,she said.They wanted to embed raw footage into the video,the 14-yearold said.The video shows scenes of her arriving at the airport,riding down a Los Angeles highway,doing some sightseeing,shopping and having her hair and makeup done.And,of course,it showcases her vocal abilities. Besides going to EASTWEST,she also did a photo shoot with famed celebrity photographer Jay Silverman. Despite the excitement,when Giguere returned to her Land O'Lakes home she couldn't tell a soul until she was officially announced the winner on Nov.10. Next,she jetted to New York,where she and Jonas made the rounds doing interviews. Her video also was included in Quaker Chewy commercials that aired on CMT,VH1 and Nick at Night,from Nov.10 to Nov.13. This is the teenager's second major recognition.She won second runner-up in an international singing competition in Los Angeles that featured 400 singers between the ages of 5 and 25. So,what's next for the aspiring vocalist? She doesn't know,but she's excited about the possibilities.Land O'Lakes teenager wins national star search Nick Jonas (left) selected the top five finalists in the Quaker Chewy Superstar contest. Gabrielle Giguere won the grand prize and recorded a song written by Jonas. (Photo courtesy of the Giguere family)

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Beating High Cholesterol Naturally To register call our 24-hour Registration and Physician Referral line | 1 (877) 482-4362 Florida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care Classroom 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes,FL34637 FHLTAC-10009 R1/2012 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Community School wants to expand its brand of environmental education into high school and is proposing a new school near Nye Park,off Sunset Lane. A public hearing on the request had been set for Jan.23,but school officials have asked for a continuance until 6 p.m.on Feb. 20.That hearing will be at County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd in downtown Tampa. More time is needed to continue addressing neighbors'concerns,said Patti Girard, the founder of Learning Gate,a charter school that began as a private preschool in 1983 and became a public charter school in 2000. Learning Gate draws students from many communities in Hillsborough and Pasco counties,including Lutz,Trinity,Land O' Lakes and Wesley Chapel.The school has an elementary campus on 27 wooded acres at 16215 Hanna Road,and leases space for grades seven through nine in an office building at 15316 N.Florida Ave.It boasts a number of environmental awards,including the first modular school building in the country to achieve the platinum designation in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Schools program.The proposed charter high school,which would open at its new location in two years, would be called Gates Senior High.It would serve students in grades seven through 12, Girard said,noting the high school program will added a grade a year until it has freshmen through senior classes.The proposed school draws its name from its five areas of emphasis:Global outreach,the arts,technology,environment and sustainability in all ways,including finances. Girard said she understands that neighbors are concerned about the new school's potential impacts. "When you think high school,you think of a typical (high school) like Gaither coming out there.That's not the case at all," Girard said. The proposed charter school would have a maximum of 1,000 students on a 66acre campus,which has extensive wetlands, Girard said."We don't have one big huge building,"she said.Instead,there will be several buildings with smaller footprints,scattered across campus.The goal is to use energy-efficient materials and to produce enough energy on site, through such sources as solar,wind and water to avoid needing an outside source of electricity,Girard said. Gary Schutz,who lives in the Windemere subdivision,said he applauds what the school is trying to do,but he is concerned about the traffic congestion the project will create and potential safety hazards. The project will overload Sunset Lane and could lead to traffic hazards on US 41,as cars attempt to make U-Turns to turn around,Schutz said. Girard said traffic appears to be a key issue. To minimize impacts,the school will require carpooling and will use two entrances one off Sunset Lane and the other off US 41,she said.It also will stagger school starting and ending times to reduce congestion. Denise Layne,of the Lutz Civic Association,said the association hasn't decided yet whether it will support or oppose the proposed high school.Progress has been made on the traffic issues,but there are still concerns about environmental impacts,Layne said. Girard said she planned to meet with neighbors again on Monday,to continue working on their concerns. "We want to be good partners.We're really trying to listen,"she said.Hearing on proposed high school in Lutz expected in February From classics to hot rodsSteven Tuck of Homosassa holds his trophy for best in show in the second annual Al and Ida Silver Memorial Car Show for his 1962 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. Acrowd turned out for the event at the Land O'Lakes Community Center to listen to music of the 1950s, 60s and 70s while strolling among the cars on display, ranging from the latest models to vintage and antique vehicles. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of photosby3g.com)

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The school also has a science lab and a media center,said Jennifer Whitten,who teaches mathematics and social studies to children in kindergarten through second-grade. "We'll be able to send kids to the library to study and read.We're very excited about that,"Whitten said. Wainraich said the new facility enables the school to do more for its students. "It's all about the kids and making things easier and more accessible for them.This new facility lets us do that,"Wainraich said. The charter school serves students in kindergarten through eighth-grade.It draws students primarily from Trinity,Odessa,Land O'Lakes,Lutz,Wesley Chapel and NewSCHOOL,from page 1Tampa,but also has some students from as far away as Spring Hill,New Port Richey and Riverview,Helean said. It is authorized for up to 584 students this year,and has about 20 seats available at various grade levels.The school has grown in size every year since it opened and hopes to get approval for 650 to 660 students next year,Helean said.It can accept children from Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties. For more information about the school, call (813) 428-7444 or visit www.imagineschoollandolakes.com. Jennifer Whitten stands in front of the poster where she will post examples of good work by students. She's delighted about the school getting a permanent home. (Photo by B.C. Manion)"It has been hard for him not going to school and he really misses his friends and being able to just be a normal,healthy 16year-old,"Kim said. The diagnosis has had a profound impact on family life. "My husband and I both work full time and it has been extremely challenging to continue to work while going through treatment,"Kim said."I work for USF College of Medicine and they have been very supportive through this.I have used 600 hours of sick leave to date.It has been very tough trying to juggle work and caring for my other son while trying to keep Jordan as happy as possible through all of this.I spend every day and night with him while he is hospitalized,which is four days a month for chemo." Things have been looking up for Jordan in recent weeks and he just completed his last scheduled round of chemotherapy last Friday,Jan.13. "He had such a hard time with dehydration and malnutrition during the beginning of his treatment that he had to get a feeding tube surgically placed in his stomach in June,"Kim said."He had it removed two months ago and has been doing very well recently.He is definitely ready to get done with treatment and back to being a normal 16-year-old." CPUSA,from page 1 1983 and became a public charter school in 2000. Learning Gate draws students from many communities in Hillsborough and Pasco counties,including Lutz,Trinity,Land O' Lakes and Wesley Chapel.The school has an elementary campus on 27 wooded acres at 16215 Hanna Road,and leases space for grades seven through nine in an office building at 15316 N.Florida Ave.It boasts a number of environmental awards,including the first modular school building in the country to achieve the platinum designation in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Schools program.The proposed charter high school,which would open at its new location in two years, would be called Gates Senior High.It would serve students in grades seven through 12, Girard said,noting the high school program will added a grade a year until it has freshmen through senior classes.The proposed school draws its name from its five areas of emphasis:Global outreach,the arts,technology,environment and sustainability in all ways,including finances. Girard said she understands that neighbors are concerned about the new school's potential impacts. "When you think high school,you think of a typical (high school) like Gaither coming out there.That's not the case at all," Girard said. The proposed charter school would have a maximum of 1,000 students on a 66acre campus,which has extensive wetlands, Girard said. "We don't have one big huge building," she said.Instead,there will be several buildings with smaller footprints,scattered across campus. The goal is to use energy-efficient materials and to produce enough energy on site, through such sources as solar,wind and water to avoid needing an outside source of electricity,Girard said. Gary Schutz,who lives in the Windemere subdivision,said he applauds what the school is trying to do,but he is concerned about the traffic congestion the project will create and potential safety hazards. The project will overload Sunset Lane and could lead to traffic hazards on US 41,as cars attempt to make U-Turns to turn around,Schutz said. Girard said traffic appears to be a key issue. To minimize impacts,the school will require carpooling and will use two entrances one off Sunset Lane and the other off US 41,she said.It also will stagger school starting and ending times to reduce congestion. Access to the site will affect about1 percent of the site's wetlands,Girard said. "There's no way for us to get to (US) 41 without impacting the wetlands to some degree,"she said. A suggestion was made to bridge the wetlands,but that option would cost about $1 million,which the school cannot afford, Girard said. Denise Layne,of the Lutz Civic Association,said the association hasn't decided yet whether it will support or oppose the proposed high school.Progress has been made on the traffic issues,but there are still concerns about environmental impacts,Layne said. Neighbors have also voiced worries about potential flooding,Girard said. However,she said the school must meet the county's requirements to prevent that from occurring.She also noted that the school plans to use porous concrete and pavers which allows water to be absorbed,rather than sheeting off. Girard said she planned to meet with neighbors again on Monday,to continue working on their concerns."We want to be good partners.We're really trying to listen,"she said."I think some of them are still learning to trust me and what I say.Believe me,I understand,"she said. HEARING,from page 1 Seen are the 70 kids and others who attended the technical and agility fundraising camp on Jan. 8, which raised $3,000 for Jordan Harris. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Nelson)

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThree years ago the Freedom boys soccer team got one step away from the ultimate goal of any high school program winning a state championship. The Patriots (6-6-1) reached the Class 5A state finals in 2009,but fell to Palm Harbor University 2-1 to finish with a 17-3-5 record. Freedom lost 10 seniors from that runnerup season,and the program has been fighting to get back to championship contention ever since. The Patriots went 8-8-2 in 2009-10 followed by a 6-12 campaign.They missed the playoffs both seasons,ending a six-year streak that started in 2004 when the school was in its second year. "It's been difficult,"said Dennis Derflinger,the only coach in program history."We have a number of good players here, so it's not a matter of getting players on this team.It's about getting them all buying into the same philosophy.They're all coming from different clubs.It makes it a little difficult to one,get them to know how to play with each other and two,play with the style of play we want them too." That's not to say the players haven't had the drive to get back to the final four and beyond,especially the seniors who were freshmen on that 2008-09 squad. "I remember our defense was really strong that year,"said senior defender Connor Limburg."I remember from the finals game I got to play for a minute and a half because one of our guys got a yellow card.I always remember that." Senior forward/midfielder Evan Kruk has even better memories.He scored the winning goal in the state semis to send Freedom to the finals. "That's been the highlight of my time playing here,"Kruk said."I got a through ball from Deion Jones,who was a senior,and I just onetimed it to the back post.Luckily the keeper couldn't get his hand on it. Everything was in slow motion when I shot it,and then the crowd just erupted." Senior midfielder Michael Sacco said he took the deep playoff march for granted as it was his first season. "Being a freshman then,my perspective is a lot different than where I'm at right now as a senior,"Sacco said."It's weird that we're the seniors now.We have to assume the responsibility to take this team." Derflinger and his players had high expectations coming into this season. "I felt we were going to be a lot better from last year,"said sophomore goalkeeper Nate Brown,who has 63 saves and three shutouts this year."Everybody is getting older and better.We're working better together and that aspect is going to help a lot, and our new freshmen are really good too. "Last year it was difficult at the beginning because I broke my (right) shoulder,so throughout most of the year I was just watching,"Brown continued."When I got back I gave it my best,so did everyone else, but we just couldn't pull it out in districts." Injuries derailed Brown's season last year and more medical problems threatened to do the same to the Patriots this year. "We've had some serious injuries coming in that we weren't expecting,so we got off to a rough start,"Derflinger said."We were scrambling around to find people to fill those positions.I feel like we can compete and bring back another district title.We just have to play the way we're capable of. My assistant coach and I were talking and reflecting on the season,and there were only three games where we weren't missing four or more starters." One of those games the Patriots were playing with most of their lineup was at district rival Gaither on Jan.4. The Cowboys (13-4-1), who reached the 5A final four last year,have eliminated Freedom from playoff contention the last two years,but that did not deter the Patriots. They defeated Gaither 1-0 to secure the No.2 seed in the Class 4A-District 8 tournament.Kruk scored the lone goal in the contest set up by Sacco,and Brown made 10 saves to preserve the shutout. "I think it gives us some confidence because Gaither is a quality team,and they always have a quality program over there,"Derflinger said."To get that win it helps us out,but then again you can't look at it too deeply because we may have to play them again in districts.We have to take it for what it's worth and improve a little more over the next couple of weeks." The 4A-8 tournament is at Steinbrenner Jan.24-27,with the championship game on Friday,Jan.27 at 7 p.m.As the No.2 seed in the six-team district Freedom earns a bye to the semifinals,meaning one victory in the tournament would clinch a playoff berth.The Patriots travel to Robinson on Wednesday,Jan.18 before closing out the regular season at Brandon on Thursday, Jan.19.Both games are at 7 p.m.All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches Freedom rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr. 0 Nathan Brown GK So. 1 Ruben Gutierrez MF Fr. 2 Chandler Howe F So. 2Daniel Daniello MF Fr. 3 Brenton Vanfleet F So. 4 Kwabena Amankway F Fr. 5 Felipe Garcia MF Jr. 6 Andrew Anrolewics D Jr. 7 Brian Brenner MFSr. 9 Derik Harvey MF Jr. 10 Daniell Thorpe F Jr. 11 Zack Arthur MF Sr. 12 Bryan Missana MF Fr. 13 Andre Frato DSo. 14 Billy Chinchila MF Sr. 15 Jett Wright D Jr. 16 Ben Wasserman MF Fr. 17 Evan Kruk F/M Sr. 19 Calvin Works F Fr. 20 Connor Limburg D Sr. 21 Michael Sacco MF Sr. 22Bryan Grubbs D Sr. 24 Patrick Watters MF Jr. 25 Juan Munoz D Fr. 26 Larry Thorpe F Sr. 72 Alec Grubbs GK So. 91 Zach Alger GK Sr. Land O'Lakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams closed out his high school career this past weekend when he played in the Blue-Grey AllStar game at Raymond James Stadium on Jan.14. Williams played for the Gators during his senior and junior seasons after transferring from Freedom.He finished his two-year stint at Land O' Lakes with 195 tackles,14 sacks,six forced fumbles,two fumble recoveries and two passes defensed.While at Freedom in 2009 he posted 89 tackles,eight sacks and forced two fumbles. The 6-foot,221-pound Williams was named to the All-Sunshine Athletic Conference first team defense the last two years. Land O' Lakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams played in the Blue-Grey All-Star game on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. (File photo)Williams plays in Blue-Grey gameFreedom boys soccer regaining playoff form Coach Dennis Derflinger, the only boys soccer coach in Freedom history, talks with his team after a recent practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Freedom senior midfielder Michael Sacco is one of several Patriots who were on the 2008-09 squad that reached the Class 5Astate finals. Senior forward/midfielder Evan Kruk scored the winning goal in the state semifinals three years ago. Sophomore goalkeeper Nate Brown has been part of the resurgence of Freedom boys soccer this season. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 14

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Every possession counts. If we do that we can play with them."The 7A-9 tournament is at Steinbrenner Jan.31-Feb.3.The championship is on Friday,Feb.3 at 7:30 p.m.Wiregrass Ranch is currently in second place in the district. The Bulls played at Sunlake on Jan.16, but results were not available by press time. Wiregrass Ranch travels to district rival Freedom on Wednesday,Jan.18 at 8 p.m. All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches. CHANGES,from page 15 Wiregrass Ranch rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr.Ht. 1 Amber Bruce G Jr.5-5 2 Alexis Thompson G Jr.5-7 3 Alex Deipholz G Jr.5-7 4 Andy Rodriguez G Jr.5-3 14 Jasmine Spitler F Sr.5-10 15 Kristin Ibison F Jr.5-11 20 Kelly McCaffrey G Sr.5-9 21 Monica Mammah F So.5-7 23 Ariele Thompson G Jr.5-7 24 Amanda Melosky F Fr.5-11 30 Logan Seoane F So.6-0 32 Patricia Magwood F Sr.5-11

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By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comNeither Land O'Lakes nor Bishop McLaughlin was at full strength for the two schools'girls soccer rematch on Jan.10. The squads wound up in a 0-0 tie in the grudge match.This after the Hurricanes (114-3) put up four goals en route to a 4-2 win against the Gators (12-6-3) in their first contest on Nov.2.Since then,both teams have nearly identical records after each started out 1-1.Land O'Lakes though has trudged through the back half of its season,with four losses coming in four straight decisions prior to the scoreless draw with the Hurricanes."It's frustrating because we've played well in the last few games and haven't had a positive result,"said Gators coach Vicky King. The Gators dropped a 1-0 match against powerhouse Mitchell before a 3-1 loss to River Ridge the night before the date with Bishop McLaughlin.King said her team expended so much energy against those two opponents that it was tough to muster up the same effort at Bishop McLaughlin. King said the fact her team had three games in five days could have been a source of fatigue,but that it wasn't an excuse. "If you let them go,they would run around all night.It's tough,"King said."We'll take the tie.We expect a better decision than that,so that's tough." King hoped after the abundance of time her team has spent together recently,that some time apart will right the ship. "Maybe we've just seen too much of each other.We need a break,"King said. Hurricanes coach Tim Gronau has had to lead his team down an equally shaky path after the injury bug chomped the Hurricanes. Gronau has seen both his starting backs, Andrea Broad and Angie Vascimini,lose their seasons to torn ACLs. The coach has had to resort to moving his players around and sacrificing some of the offensive prowess of his better players to bolster a thin defense. "It's been a difficult season,just trying to deal through those injuries,"Gronau said. The Hurricanes were able to manage their injuries,but not overcome them,in the tying effort. "(A) 0-0 tie is kind of like kissing your sister,you know,but what are you going to do,"Gronau said."You're always looking for the win,but I look at the pace of the game, what we did on the field and how many mistakes we made. "I'm pleased with our effort,I thought we played well with what we had on the field,"Gronau added. Land O'Lakes plays in the Class 3ADistrict 7 semifinals on Wednesday,Jan.18 against tournament host Zephyrhills.The championship is on Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m. Bishop McLaughlin plays in the 1A-7 quarterfinals on Tuesday,Jan.17 against Seffner Christian.The championship is on Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m. (813) 949-7444 DennisRealty & Investment Corporation proudly announcesDECEMBER TOP PRODUCERS MARTHA JULIANTop Individual SalesBernice Miller, Trevor MartinTHE MILLER GROUP Top Group Sales Roland & Pam SmithTHE SMITH TEAM Top Team Sales JOSHUA SMITH Top Listing Property Manager STEVEN BERGER Top Leasing Property Manager BOB PEERCY Top Individual Listings Holloway' s Farm Supply OPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK 813-949-6809 3036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) Chicken Starter Kit $200.00 Raise Chickens In Your Backyard starting at EAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEY Great New Year Resolution... 813-949-111123124 SR 54 LUTZ, FL 33549 K-MART SHOPPING CENTER www.willowbendautomotive.com COMPUTER DIAGNOSTIC (CHECK ENGINE LIGHT)$3750 + TAXMost cars & light trucks.Must present coupon.Coupons can not be combined.One coupon per visit.Expires 1-31-12FREEw/repairor justReg. $60Complete Automobile Maintenance & RepairsLutz / Land O'Lakes areaDomestic Foreign FleetFamily Owned & OperatedAFTER MARKET/EXTENDED WARRANTIES ACCEPTED Oil Change Services Tires Alignments Brakes AC Service and Repair Radiators Diagnostic Computer Scans BG Induction Ser vice only $90 + taxevery day MV80387without repairCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 18,2012 17 Gators, Hurricanes stalemateSPORTS Land O'Lakes freshman defender Mitsy Audate, left, fights for position with Bishop McLaughlin junior forward Katie Hellman on Jan. 10. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) "(A) 0-0 tie is kind of like kissing your sister, you know, but what are you going to do."Tim Gronau, Bishop McLaughlin coach

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Even after 41 years, Matt Safon still loves rebuilding transmissions. It is a skill (many consider it a talent) that he learned from his father while a boy in Miami. My dad not only had a transmission shop, but also ran a school where he certified technicians in rebuilding transmissions,Ž said Safon. I learned from the best and have been at it ever since.Ž Safon brings this multi-generational knowledge of transmissions to his customers at ATS All Car Care in Land O Lakes. I dont have any hobbies … dont own a boat, dont fish „ just love working on cars,Ž he said. Before becoming owner of ATS All Car Care, Safon spent 5 years in Miami working for his father and the next 32 working for AAMCO Transmission in Florida, California, New York and Maryland. He bought his shop, previously known as Wholesale Transmissions, about 4 years ago. It is located on US 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts and ABC Pizza. He wanted to own his own shop so he could work directly with customers. I like being able to explain what the problem is and how to best fix it. I can be more personable with the customer and make him more comfortable with the whole process,Ž said Safon. Owning a shop also allows Safon to set his own schedule. If a customer has a problem with his transmission, I can fix it right away so it doesnt get put on the back burner and become a bigger problem later on,Ž Safon said. Safon typically rebuilds transmissions in three days or less. My fast turn around really helps people who cannot afford to be without their vehicle for two weeks or more, which other transmission shops often require,Ž said Safon. The master technician also rebuilds transmissions for less than other shops because he keeps his overhead low. We typically charge around $1,500 for most of the transmissions we rebuild „ about half what the major chains like AAMCO charge,Ž said Safon. He guarantees his rebuilt transmissions with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty and also offers extended warranties.JoAnn Smith of Carrollwood is a very satisfied customer of ATS All Car Care. I brought in my grandsons car to have his transmission rebuilt and I was very pleased with Matts knowledge and honesty,Ž said Smith. His service was quick, honest and the cost very reasonable. Its a bit of a drive for me, but its worth it to get an honest technician you can trust and good service at a fair price. Im so glad I found Matt.Ž About 75% of the work Safon does at his shop is transmission work. 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Patriots athletic director Elijah Thomas said he and principal Chris Farkas “wanted to go in a different direction” with the program. “Coach Blount has been with the program for a long time and we’re thankful for what he’s done here,” Thomas said. “After talking with coach after the break we all decided it was best to part ways.” Blount said he wanted the chance to stay with the program, but decided stepping down was the best option after listening to school administration. He will stay at Freedom as an exceptional student education instructor. “I know I want to coach again,” Blount said. “I’m going to take some time to talk about things with my family and see what’s the best thing right now.” Blount’s time with the Patriots’ program goes back seven years when he became an assistant. He took over as the fifth coach in program history for the 2010 season. Freedom amassed a 6-14 record under Blount, including a 2-8 campaign in 2011. The Patriots went 2-3 in Class 7A-District 7 play last year with victories over Wiregrass Ranch and Chamberlain. Blount grew up in St. Petersburg and graduated from the University of South Florida where he played defensive end. Thomas said the coaching position will be advertised soon and he wants a new coach in place by the time spring practice begins in May. Tchecoy Blount will not return as Freedom’s football coach for the 2012 season. (File photo) The annual Long Run at the Ranch returns for its sixth installment on Saturday, Jan. 21 in support of the athletic programs at Wiregrass Ranch High and John Long Middle schools. The day includes a 5-kilometer and a 1mile race at the middle school, 2025 Mansfield Blvd. in Wesley Chapel. It will also include a health fair for the first time. The day is organized by Bulls cross country coaches Don Howard and Chris Loth. Howard began the event when the school opened six years ago and Loth joined when he became the boys coach the next year. “I wanted to have a 5K event in the area to promote running in the community and to raise money for the athletic programs of both schools,” said Howard, who is also the Bulls girls track and field coach. “We have raised a total of approximately $12,000 in the first five years.” Howard said about 200 runners come out each year to the 5K, with another 100 running in the 1-miler. Awards are given for both races overall as well as for various age groups including the fastest male and female runner in elementary, middle and high school, as well as staff from either facility. The 5K starts at 8:30 a.m., with the 1mile run beginning at about 9:15 a.m. Those interested can sign up the day of the event until 8 a.m., or register at FitNiche at The Shops at Wiregrass on Friday, Jan. 20 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. For more information, call (813) 404-6350. —Kyle LoJaconoRunning for the Bulls, Longhorns

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Lutz NewsLutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA Suncoast Arts Fest at WiregrassPage 5Teen wins spot in Nick Jonas videoPage 10Freedom seeks new football coachPage 19 INSIDENew school would be off Sunset Lane, near US 41bcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Community School wants to expand its brand of environmental education into high school and is proposing a new school near Nye Park,off Sunset Lane. A public hearing on the request had been set for Jan.23,but school officials have asked for a continuance until 6 p.m.on Feb. 20.That hearing will be at County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd in downtown Tampa. More time is needed to continue addressing neighborsconcerns,said Patti Girard, the founder of Learning Gate,a charter school that began as a private preschool inHearing on proposed high school expected in Februaryklojacono@cnewspubs.comCentral Pasco United Soccer Association (CPUSA) normally focuses on developing talented young players,but for a few weeks the club put some of its efforts toward a greater goal. CPUSAs U14 team organized two fundraising events for Jordan Harris,the older brother of one of its players,Dyllon Harris.Jordan,16,was diagnosed with primitive neuroectodermal tumors,a rare brain cancer. We really wanted to help this family with medical expenses,especially during the holiday season,said Jennifer Nelson, manager of CPUSAs U14 squad. The first event was Dec.9 at the Beef O Bradys near Sunlake High,which brought in $4,000. The club followed up by putting together a technical and agility camp on Jan.8 with the help of Eddie Oyakhilome and his EJJE Soccer Academy.The event included 70 campers and raised another $3,000 to help the New Tampa family. The $7,000 gift was a big surprise for Jordan,especially because he has never played for the Land OLakes-based club. It was so nice of everyone and it really helped me and my family a lot,Jordan said. Dyllon,14,added,It made me smile how so many people came out to support Jordan and our family. Dyllon himself had only been with the club for a few weeks when CPUSA organizers started talking about having the fundraisers.They have been more than amazing with all the work andeffort they have put into these events,said Jordans mother Kim.I thought the Beef OBradys was incredible,but then to hear that Eddie Oyakhilome was going to hold a 3-hour clinic and donate all of the proceeds to Jordan was unbelievable.CPUSA is a great place to be with so many caring people.The pair of events brought the family some cheer after having their lives turned upside down since discovering Jordans ailment last April.Jordan,a junior,had to give up playing soccer for Freedom Highs team.He also had to withdraw from school and is enrolled with Hillsborough Countys hospital/homebound program.CPUSA gives big assist to Jordan HarrisStudents, staff and parents thrilled by new facilitybcmanion@cnewspubs.comKids and parents were jazzed last week,as they toured the new elementary school building housing Imagine School at Land OLakes. This,to me,is like were finally home,said Magarida Wainraich,who has been on the schools staff school since Day One. Im jumping out of my skin,Im so excited,she said.This has been a long time coming after trying to get into so many different places and the sites just always fell through. The school previously was located in a professional office park,with classes held in individual buildings. Its a wonderful day to see the smiles on everyones faces,said Principal Kathy Helean,as people trooped past her during the open house. Theyve been waiting 3 1/2 years, but I think it has all been worth it. By all being under one roof,I think the culture of the school changes because we feel more unified.Teachers see each other in the hallways.Kids see each other in the hallways,Helean said. In the schools media center,something it didnt have at its former location,a parent congratulated Helean and praised the schools look and feel. Its so functional.It just looks beautiful,said Jacki Hudnall,whose 7-year-old daughter Paige attends the school and whose other daughter,Adyson,will attend next year. The new gym was a huge hit with the kids,who wasted no time in breaking it in. Hudnall said she understands why the children are so excited about having an indoor gym:Can you blame them? Three years of 95 degrees heat in that sun. Teacher Aimee Wynacht also noted other advantages of having the gym.For one thing,it doubles as a lunchroom and is more spacious than the lunchroom at the previous location. It also provides a great place to have school assemblies,she said. If we have any holiday shows or presentations for parents,we have some place we can hold that now,saidNew school building opens to rave reviews Principal Kathy Helean says having all of the students, staff and teachers under one roof will foster a greater degree of unity at the school. (Photo by B.C. 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We believe the Pasco County area has its best days ahead and we are looking forward to being part of it,he states in the news release.Altman reiterated that positive outlook last week,in an email responding to questions about the project from The Laker/Lutz News.He cited these strengths for Pasco County:Its location,access to metro area, the natural beauty of the area,the available land for development and the new employer opportunities. The apartments will have designer-style kitchens and energy-efficient appliances. Rents for the oneto three-bedroom apartments will range from $860 to $1,550, depending on market conditions,Altman said.Pets will be allowed,with restrictions.Amenities will include a clubhouse with a billiards table,a kitchen/coffee bar area,a business center and a large fitness area with an adjoining fun and study room for children. Other amenities include a resort-style swimming pool,a private sunning deck,an outdoor lounge bar with TVs,a fireplace,multiple picnic and barbecue areas and a large playground.The project is expected to bring more than 100 jobs to the county during the course of construction.It also will result in six to seven permanent jobs,as well as numerous outside vendors,once the development is completed,Altman said. The first units are scheduled to be completed in July.Leasing is expected to begin in May. The project is financed by an $18.4 million loan through City National Bank of Florida,with equity provided through Sarofim Realty Advisors and Altman,according to the report published in PR Newswire. Altman Companies,based in Boca Raton, has developed,constructed,acquired and managed in excess of 20,000 multi-family units in Florida,Michigan,Illinois,Tennessee, Georgia,Texas and North Carolina.Altman said the company plans additional projects in the Tampa Bay area in 2013. Altis at Grand Cypress is the companys fourth development in Tampa.The others are Lakes of Northdale,Mallory Square and Preserve at Tampa Palms. klojacono@cnewspubs.comU.S.Rep.Gus Bilirakis cant stand the idea of military veterans becoming homeless after serving and has introduced legislation to help protect their jobs when they return from deployment. Bilirakis,R-Palm Harbor,is co-sponsoring a bill to keep troops out of unemployment statistics.H.R.3670 would guarantee anyone called to active duty be given their job back when they return home,regardless if the position is in the public or private sector. When our National Guard and reservists are called to duty,it is our duty to ensure that they have the peace of mind of knowing that their jobs are secure when they return,Bilirakis said. There is already legislation,Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA),which protects soldiersjobs,but certain professions are currently exempt.The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is one of those not required to follow USERRA. The bill would likely be especially helpful to those in Pasco County,which currently is home to 54,000 veterans and their families,just less than 12 percent of the countys population. Bilirakis,whose ninth congressional district covers Lutz,Odessa,New Tampa and portions of northern Pinellas County and west Pasco,is the vice chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs.He said he has been working toward adding protections like this for about a year. This legislation is a necessary step in supporting those who sign on to protect our nation and ensure our freedoms, Bilirakis said. Bilirakis never served in the military,but one of the bills co-sponsors is a 24-year Army National Guard veteran.Tim Walz,DMinn.,said protecting soldiersemployment is something that crosses political party lines. The unemployment rate among our service members is already far too high, Walz said.Protecting the jobs they already have should be a top priority. A critical part of the obligation we have to support the troops includes ensuring a stable economic condition when they return from military service,Walz continued. When Americans are deployed with the armed forces,they should not have to worry that they might be fired simply for being away on duty.This bipartisan legislation protects the jobs of American service members by ensuring that a call to serve doesnt amount to a pink slip for officers of the Transportation Security Administration. The bill specifically mentions the TSA. The TSA employs thousands of veterans, reservists and members of the National Guard who should not have to worry about losing their jobs when called to active duty, Walz said.They have earned and deserve this simple protection. The Military Officers Association of America and Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) have already supported the measure. Raymond Kelley,legislative director of the VFW,released a statement stating,This much-needed change in TSA policy sets a new standard in the federal governments full support of our Veterans.The VFW was adamant about working towards this legislative fix after helping to discover this loophole. The TSA also released a statement stating it already complies with the legislation voluntarily.However,Bilirakis points out that at least two transportation security officers did not receive such protection during the last few years and lost their jobs while deployed. That has to stop,Bilirakis said.Luxury apartments being built at Livingston Road and SR 54 Altis at Grand Cypress is a luxury apartment complex the developer expects to begin leasing in May. (Rendering courtesy of The Altman Companies) Proposal set to protect troopsjobs

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Fusion Hair Extensions / Interlocking Hair Extensions50% OFF Full Head Hair ExtensionsBuy 4 Shampoo and Sets Get 2 FREE NEWYEARSPECIALS Pasco County culinary arts students will compete for the title of Cinderellas Favorite Dessert on Thursday,Jan.19,at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land OLakes High, 20325 Gator Lane.Plating can be viewed at 5 p.m.and judging begins at 6 p.m. Thirteen teams will compete.The top three winners will have their desserts featured at the annual Cinderella Ball,a fundraiser for the Pasco Education Foundation.Tickets for the bake-off are available at the door for $25.Proceeds benefit the countys culinary arts program.Guests can tour the culinary arts facility and taste the desserts. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation has selected Saint Leo University as one of five colleges and universities to join a small group of distinguished schools from across the Southeast to participate in its awards program. The others selected were Oglethorpe University,Berry College,Young Harris College,and Wesleyan. Each institution bestows the awards upon students,alumni,or community members each year.The foundation is based in Oxford,Miss. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan and Mary Mildred Sullivan Awards were created nearly 100 years ago to honor the service of the husband and wife for whom the awards are named.The awards are given annually to a man and a woman whose remarkable character and dedication to service sets them apart as examples for others.It is truly an honor to become part of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation legacy,Kenneth Posner,associate vice president for student services at Saint Leo said in a news release.Saint Leo University will present its first Sullivan Awards in spring 2012. Sarah Kalen Flora,of Odessa,has received a bachelor of arts degree from Flagler College.She was among approximately 180 Flagler graduates in the Dec.10 commencement ceremony.Parents who need help in filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid,or who are interested in learning how colleges calculate student aid packages,or who have other college financial aid questions may find the answers to at least some of their questions at a Financial Aid Night set for 7 p.m.on Jan.26 at Gaither High,16200 N. Dale Mabry Highway. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.The Heritage Arts Center Association will present its 29th annual Spotlight on Talent for young people through high school seniors. The entry deadline is Thursday,Jan.26.The preliminary contest will be on Saturday,Feb. 11.The final competition will be Saturday, March 10 at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel.For more information,visit spotlight@heritagearts.org or call (352) 567-1720. Hut no.8 is proud to announce a gallery show featuring the work of Dustin Lee Lawrence,a senior at Zephyrhills High.The show will be from 5-8 p.m.on Jan.26 at 38435 Fifth Ave. A non-alcoholic champagne reception will follow unveiling of the artistic pieces, which include acrylics,watercolors and reclaimed furniture.Lifelong learning just got closer to home in Odessa.Community Learning Center at Spirit of Life Unitarian Universalist,at 18412 Burrell Road in Odessa,kicks off Jan.21 with a diverse selection of course offerings. Courses range from digital photography to meditation and healing,papermaking,gardening,birding and yoga.Classes will run from January through June.The course catalog is available online at http://www.spiritoflifeuu.org/pdfs/CLCCatal ogJan2012.pdf Tuition varies,with most courses costing $30 or less. The Community Learning Center seeks to provide learning opportunities,fun and community building.Online registration for upcoming courses is being accepted through Friday,Jan.20. The Hillsborough County School District was well-represented in the 2012 Florida Music Educators Association All-State and Clinic-Conference,Uniting Music Education:Building Relationships. Fifty-three students in grades four through 12 from 69 schools were selected, by audition,to perform in all-state band,chorus,jazz band,and orchestra sessions.Gaither High Schools Parent Teacher Student Association and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office are hosting a community Cyber Awareness Program. Two members of the Sheriff Offices special investigation division will present information on cyber bullying,hackers, scammers,sexting,and sexual predators.The meeting will be at 6 p.m.on Jan.23 in Gaither Highs auditorium,at 16200 N.Dale Mabry Highway. Aaron Pleus,of Lutz,achieved the deans list at Clearwater Christian College for the fall 2011 semester.Students must earn a gradepoint average exceeding 3.5 on a 4.0 scale to achieve the deans list.Pleus is a sophomore majoring in Information Systems Management.The 2010 home school graduate is the son of Gene and Jocelyn Pleus of Lutz. Volunteers are needed to gather information on plants and animals as part of ongoing research on the effects of climate change.Those interested in learning more can attend a Natures Notebook workshop from 9 a.m.to noon on Saturday,Feb.11,at the Hillsborough County Extension Service at 5339 County Road 579 in Seffner.The workshop will teach participants how to observe and record information on plants,insects and birds in their own backyard or nearby natural areas. The workshop is free,but space is limited and registration is required.To register,go to www.tbep.org. Workshop sponsors are Tampa Bay Estuary Program and the U.S.Geological Survey.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportPut art on your shopping and windowshopping list for this weekend at The Shops at Wiregrass,when the Suncoast Arts Fest moves in. More than 100 fine artists and craftspeople will show work in all media and price ranges on Saturday,Jan.21 and Sunday,Jan. 22.Art will even be underfoot as the chalk artists are back by popular demand to adorn the streets of the mall.New this year is the first Suncoast Run for the Arts,a one-mile walk/run to benefit Arts for Kids.The start time is Sunday at 9 a.m.for this race on the flat,fast course around Wiregrass.Runners and walkers can preregister through Friday at www.active.com.Race participants will receive a cotton T-shirt and fabric pens to create their own masterpiece. The run will be followed by a pancake breakfast by The Pancake Man in the childrens activities area.Performing arts students will provide entertainment all weekend.Performers include Hudson Middle Schools drama/chorus group and the schools jazz band,and the Land OLakes High School band.Art lovers can groove through the weekend with an assortment of performances,including shows both afternoons at 2 p.m.Wesley Chapels Josh Lamkin and his band Automatic Heat perform Saturday and Sol Caribe performs Sunday.Skippers Smokehouse in North Tampa is providing the sound system.For more information visit www.SuncoastArtsFest.com or follow the fest on Facebook.Artsy weekend on tap at Wiregrass Contempo Dance School performed for the crowd at last years fest. (Photos courtesy of Suncoast Arts Fest) Artist Tim Decker portrayed pop icon Michael Jackson. SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITYFORMER SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ATTORNEY AVAILABLE TO REPRESENT YOU813-264-7997 www.disabilitylawtampa.com14499 Dale Mabry N. Grand Plaza (1 mile north of Fletcher) Tampa 33618Unable to work? Need to apply for benefits? Your claim denied? Act Now! Ronald J. Koster, P.A.YOUR CASE IS OUR PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL CONCERNOver 30 Years Experience Only Social Security LawNO FEES OR COSTS UNLESS WE WINFREE Consultation Trinity Memorial Gardens(727) 376-7824 (813) 920-4241 www.TrinityMemorial.com SR 54 4 Miles East of Little Road Cemetery Mausoleum Cr ematory Funeral Home INDEPENDENTLY & LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATEDPre-planning available offering great savings a day of beauty with our original spa packages now20% off cupids creationscupids creationsfor captivating stylescameocameo hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin1817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.comsalon & spa8139487411 sweetheart packageOPI gel manicure & spa pedicure$70.00hugs & kisses packagespa manicure, spa pedicure & shampoo/style$90.00passion package60 min swedish massage, 60 min custom facial & shampoo/style$130.00

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge Whats HappeningWhat s Happening The Pasco County Historical Society will discuss Jeff Cannons recently published book,"Then and Now:New Port Richeyat its meeting Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m.,in the American Legion Hall,37745 Church Ave.in Dade City.A covered-dish dinner will precede the program,so bring something to share,as well as your own table-service and drink.Visitors are welcome.For more information call Eddie Herrmann,(352) 5672050 or Glen Thompson,(352) 567-7449.A group fitness class is being offered Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway. The 60-minute total body workout will feature aerobics,strength,toning,and flexibility.All fitness levels are welcome,and the cost is $6 per class,pay as you go.For more information call (813) 996-7186 or email julbruc@yahoo.com.Registration is open for the second annual Honest Abe 5K Race presented by St.Leo University to benefit the Boy Scouts of America.Runners can preregister at www.active.com for the race on Feb.11 at 8 a.m.Long-sleeve tee shirts are guaranteed for those who preregister.For more information,call Chrissy Kruse at (813) 9296789.The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum is showing Troubleshooting,an exhibit by Mark Dion, through March 3.For decades,Dion has created drawings,prints,cabinets of curiosity,archaeological digs,and sprawling installations about the discrepancy between perceived knowledge and scientific inquiry, between common perception and advanced research.His works have addressed famous intellectuals in history, such as William Bartram,as well as important social and environmental sites, most recently the fragile Florida Everglades.Story time at Westfield Citrus Park will feature the classic folktale Tikki Tikki Temboby Arlene Mosel and Blair Lent,and May I Bring a Friend?by Beatrice de Regniers and Beni Montresor on Thursday, Jan.19 at 4 p.m.The second book explores the tradition of English tea,and children will be served a snack and create cups to take home.The event will be held in the Macys Court.For more information,call (813) 9264644.Bentley Commons at Zephyrhills will host a Snowflake Party on Thursday,Jan.19 at 3:45pm.Enjoy the snow without the cold and keep warm with hot chocolate,treats and great entertainment by Midlife Crisis, performing popular songs from the s through the s.Wear white and lots of diamonds to this free,public event.Call (813) 779-4501 to make a reservation. Bentley Commons,38130 Pretty Pond Road, is a community for adults age 55 and over.The British Commonwealth Society will hold its monthly meeting on Thursday,Jan. 19 at 6:30 p.m.at Keystone Park,17928 Gunn Highway,Odessa.Refreshments will be served and guests are welcome.Club dues are $25 per year.For more information, call Wenda at (727) 939-0362 or Pearl at (813) 401-5711.Single Naturists of Tampa Bay will have a dinnerThursday,Jan.19at Caliente,21240 Gran Via Blvd.in Land OLakes.Grounds fees are complimentary after 5 p.m.with purchase of a buffet dinner for $14.Social hour is from 5:30-6:30 p.m.Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m.To RSVP at least two days in advance,call Luna Adams at (813) 235-9547.The Dade City Garden Club will recognize those being honored or celebrated this Arbor Day with the planting of a memorial tree at its meeting Friday,Jan.20 at 10 a.m. For 16 years the Dade City Garden Club has celebrated Arbor Day,and the club jointly sponsors Arbor Day programs with Dade City.The memorial tree program gives residents an opportunity to honor or celebrate someone by planting a tree in their memory.The diversity and quantity of trees in Dade City has helped make Dade City a Tree City USA.There is still time to donate a tree for this years ceremony.For more information call Pennie Jefferson at (352) 521-6886.The next Fresh Market at the Shops at Wiregrass is Saturday,Jan.21 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.The market features 50-plus vendors offering organic,hydroponic and conventional produce,plants,locally made foods such as jams,salsas,dips,seasonings and sauces,and local artists showcasing their work.The market is the first and third Saturday of the month.For vendor information visit eternalbalanceliving@yahoo.com. Two workshops are on tap this weekend at the University of South Florida Botanical Gardens.A fairy garden workshop will be held on Saturday,Jan.21 from 10-11 p.m. The workshop,presented by Sarah Sanford,offers information on how to get started in designing your own fairy garden (fairies not included).Each participant receives a starter kitand can buy additional furniture.The workshop is $40 for general public and $35 for USF Botanical Garden members.Reservations are required,so call (813) 974-2329.A garden railroad workshop will be held from 10-11 a.m.in the conservatory.This workshop presented by Gulfcoast Garden Railroaders,offers participants information and displays on creating their own garden railway.The workshop is $10 for general public and $8 for USF Botanical Garden members. Reservations not required,but suggested,so call (813) 974-2329.The Garden website: www.cas.usf.edu/garden.

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No Contracts Guaranteed Satisfaction Licensed, Bonded & Insured Vida Community Church presents New Year,New You!Family Health Fair 2012 on Saturday,Jan.21 from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.at 410 County Line Road West in Lutz.The event includes health and vision screenings, flu shots,chair massages,and information sessions by local health and safety professionals.Activities for children include face painting,a bounce house,concessions, crafts and an engine demonstration by Hillsborough County Fire Rescue.Children also can meet Helmutt from the Brain Injury Association of Florida.For more information,go to Healthfair_vida@live.com.First United Methodist Church of Zephyrhills is inviting the community to help celebrate its 100th birthday Sunday, Jan.22 at 10:30 a.m.The worship service will feature elements of both the contemporary and traditional services with music by the churchs Christian rock bank, Salvations Rock,and the church choir.The church will open a time capsule and serve lunch following the service,featuring more than 35 desserts.For more information about the centennial celebration call (813) 782-5645.Club Mom will meet Wednesday,Jan.25 from 10 a.m.-noon at the Land OLakes Recreation Center,3032 Collier Parkway, Land OLakes.The club provides friendship, support,activities,fun and more for moms and their children in the Lutz,Land OLakes and surrounding areas.Refreshments will be served and children are welcome.For more information,visit www.meetup.com/momsclub/Concert pianist Vladimir Svoysky will perform Thursday,Jan.26 at 3:30 p.m.at Bentley Commons.Svoysky picked up his passion for music in his native Russia and is accomplished with the harpsichord and in front of an orchestra as well.For more on Svoysky visit www.vsconcerts.com.The concert is free and the public is welcome. To RSVP call (813) 779-4501.The Humane Society of the Nature Coast will hold an adoption event at its ReTAIL and adoption center at Gulf View Square Mall on Saturday,Jan.28 from 11 a.m.to 3 p.m.Rescue groups including Florida Boxer Rescue will be in attendance with dogs available for adoption.Centennial Aerie #4399 of Dade citywill have a chili cookoff and basket auction Saturday,Jan.28 from 5 p.m.to 7 p.m.The aerie is at 15924 US 301 North.For more information call (352) 567-9755.A Bingo for Breast Cancer fundraiser will be held on Saturday,Jan.28 at Song & Dance, 27221 Foamflower Blvd.,in Wesley Chapel. The event starts at 6 p.m.with 10 games of bingo starting at 6:45 pm.Tickets are $25 and include a $5 gift certificate to spend at the event.Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.Proceeds will go to the Eager Beavers Breast Cancer 3-Day 60-Mile Walk team. The 2012 walk will be the seventh year for the Eager Beavers,who walk in memory of Ann Beaver,the mother of member Tiffanie Kellog.For more information on upcoming Eager Beavers events,please go to www.theEagerBeavers.com or contact Stacey Janoske at (813) 334-8502.Quilt entries for the Pioneer Florida Museum 22nd Annual Farm Fest & Quilt Show must be received by 5 p.m.Friday, Jan.27.The annual event is Feb.4-5 and showcases Old Floridaat the Pioneer Florida Museum and Village,one mile north of downtown Dade City.For more information,call (352) 567-0262 or go to www.pioneerfloridamuseum.org. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Dr. Deborah Fisher-Esenberg, who is an expert in practicing chiropractic medicine, has joined Dr. Jeff Kirschner and Pinnacle Chiropractic as of January 1, 2012 incorporating three decades of knowledge and combined experience. As a Chiropractic Physician, Dr. Debbie is trained to treat musculo-skeletal injuries from motor vehicle accidents, sports and work related injuries as well as aches, pains and stresses from daily living on our muscloskeletal systems. Symptoms in which chiropractic physicians treat could include neck pain, headaches, mid and low back pain, arm and leg pain and numbness and tingling. Dr. Debbie has received her certification as a Chiropractic Sports Physician and has completed the Foreman and Croft Masters Series for treating whiplash injuries. The Pinnacle Chiropractic team utilizes massage therapy, physio-therapy, dry hydrotherapy and manual therapy to treat patients. Our doctors routinely work with area medical physicians and physical therapists to achieve maximum results for the patient. Dr. Debbie will primarily be located in the Lutz/Land O Lakes office located at: 24014 State Rd Lutz, FL and she will also be treating patients at the Wesley Chapel and Dade City locations.Doctor Partners with Pinnacle Chiropractic Lutz/Land O Lakes813.949.6677 24014 SR 54Wesley Chapel 813.907.9553 5808 Boyette Road Dade City 352.437.4824 14114 7th Street Please visit: www.pinnacleofwesleychapel.com or www.pinnacleofdadecity.com for more information. www.pinnacleoflutzlandolakes.com coming soon! Dr. Deborah Fisher-Esenberg and Dr. Jeff Kirschner.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amFriday Night Happy Hour 10% OFF ANY GREEN FEE*clip this ad & bring to the courseNew Year special FULL SERVICE SIGN COMPANYWITH OVER 20 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE Parking Lot Lights Maintenance & Repair L.E.D. Neon Sign Foundation Sign Installation Sign Removal Fabrication PermitsSky-High Signs & Lighting26421 Green Willow Run Wesley Chapel, FL 33544E.C. 0003179 www.SkyHighSigns.com EDUCATION & ACTIVITIES 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests$75.00(reg. $149)offer expires 1-31-12Worried About Report Cards?Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge Land O LakesCHRISTIAN SCHOOLEducating for Eternity Preschool through high school Full accreditation Qualified teachers Affordable tuition Character training College preparatory classes Fine arts & athletics programsOpen House 52 41Bell LakeRd School Rd LOLCS 54Rev 1/2012 Thursday, January 26, 2012 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.Open Enrollment Begins February 21!5105 School Rd, Land O Lakes, FL 34638 ~ 813.995.9040 Gabrielle Giguere signs on with the Jonas Groupbcmanion@cnewspubs.comWhile most teenagers would be thrilled to get the lead in the school musical,14-yearold Gabrielle Giguere is the star in a music video written and produced by Nick Jonas. The Land OLakes teenager flew out to Los Angeles a few months ago to film the video,after winning the grand prize in the Quaker Chewy Superstar contest.(To watch the video go to www.ChewySuperstar.com).The Steinbrenner High student became the first young vocalist to be singled out in the nationwide talent search,open to contestants ages 8 through 14.The star search hit the road last summer with mobile recording studios making stops in metro areas from New York to Los Angeles. Since the mobile studio didnt stop in Tampa Bay,Giguere did her vocal audition on a video filmed at the familys Land O Lakes home. A panel of judges selected the top 35 videos,based on vocal performance,performance aesthetics and showmanship. Jonas then narrowed the pool to the top five,with a nationwide vote to choose the winner.The Quaker Oats Company and MTV Networks sponsored the contest. At the outset,Jonas who rose to fame as part of the Jonas Brothers told MTV News that he was looking for someone with the overall star power and star qualities of Willow Smith,with the artistry of a Greyson Chance. After Giguere won,Jonas said Gabrielles passion,determination and sheer talent shows me shes ready to become the first Quaker Chewy Superstar. Giguere recalled how she heard the news. I was hearing screaming coming out from my kitchen,she said.I thought something was wrong. She went to check it out,and she heard her mom,Sara,saying,Are you serious? Are you serious? Thats when Giguere found out shed won the grand prize. Giguere flew to Los Angeles to work with Jonas on a video showcasing the song, My Time,which Jonas wrote for her. Part of the video was recorded at EASTWEST Studios,the same studio used by Nat King Cole,Ella Fitzgerald,Elvis Presley,Eric Clapton,Paul McCartney,Michael Jackson and the Rolling Stones.Film crews began shooting as soon as Giguere arrived,she said.They wanted to embed raw footage into the video,the 14-yearold said.The video shows scenes of her arriving at the airport,riding down a Los Angeles highway,doing some sightseeing,shopping and having her hair and makeup done.And,of course,it showcases her vocal abilities. Besides going to EASTWEST,she also did a photo shoot with famed celebrity photographer Jay Silverman. Despite the excitement,when Giguere returned to her Land OLakes home she couldnt tell a soul until she was officially announced the winner on Nov.10. Next,she jetted to New York,where she and Jonas made the rounds doing interviews. Her video also was included in Quaker Chewy commercials that aired on CMT,VH1 and Nick at Night,from Nov.10 to Nov.13. This is the teenagers second major recognition.She won second runner-up in an international singing competition in Los Angeles that featured 400 singers between the ages of 5 and 25. So,whats next for the aspiring vocalist? She doesnt know,but shes excited about the possibilities.Land OLakes teenager wins national star search Nick Jonas (left) selected the top five finalists in the Quaker Chewy Superstar contest. Gabrielle Giguere won the grand prize and recorded a song written by Jonas. (Photo courtesy of the Giguere family)

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His expert team will deliver unmatched care to improve your vision and quality of life.2145 Cypress Ridge Blvd., Suite 201, Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Also serving Zephyrhills, Sun City Center and Bushnell*Cannot be used in conjunction with eyeglass insurance. Free Community LecturesMost of us know that high cholesterol can seriously damage your health. Prescription medication can lower those high numbers, but for people who hate taking pills, there is another solution. Dr. Diane Longstreet, Medical Nutrition Therapist, shows us how we can improve our cholesterol naturally.Thursday, January 26, 2012 | 7:00-8:00 pm Light refreshments will be served. Beating High Cholesterol NaturallyTo register call our 24-hour Registration and Physician Referral line | 1 (877) 482-4362Florida Hospital at Connerton Long Term Acute Care Classroom 9441 Health Center Drive Land OLakes,FL34637FHLTAC-10009 R1/2012 bcmanion@cnewspubs.comLearning Gate Community School wants to expand its brand of environmental education into high school and is proposing a new school near Nye Park,off Sunset Lane. A public hearing on the request had been set for Jan.23,but school officials have asked for a continuance until 6 p.m.on Feb. 20.That hearing will be at County Center, 601 E.Kennedy Blvd in downtown Tampa. More time is needed to continue addressing neighborsconcerns,said Patti Girard, the founder of Learning Gate,a charter school that began as a private preschool in 1983 and became a public charter school in 2000. Learning Gate draws students from many communities in Hillsborough and Pasco counties,including Lutz,Trinity,Land O Lakes and Wesley Chapel.The school has an elementary campus on 27 wooded acres at 16215 Hanna Road,and leases space for grades seven through nine in an office building at 15316 N.Florida Ave.It boasts a number of environmental awards,including the first modular school building in the country to achieve the platinum designation in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Schools program.The proposed charter high school,which would open at its new location in two years, would be called Gates Senior High.It would serve students in grades seven through 12, Girard said,noting the high school program will added a grade a year until it has freshmen through senior classes.The proposed school draws its name from its five areas of emphasis:Global outreach,the arts,technology,environment and sustainability in all ways,including finances. Girard said she understands that neighbors are concerned about the new schools potential impacts. When you think high school,you think of a typical (high school) like Gaither coming out there.Thats not the case at all, Girard said. The proposed charter school would have a maximum of 1,000 students on a 66acre campus,which has extensive wetlands, Girard said.We dont have one big huge building,she said.Instead,there will be several buildings with smaller footprints,scattered across campus.The goal is to use energy-efficient materials and to produce enough energy on site, through such sources as solar,wind and water to avoid needing an outside source of electricity,Girard said. Gary Schutz,who lives in the Windemere subdivision,said he applauds what the school is trying to do,but he is concerned about the traffic congestion the project will create and potential safety hazards. The project will overload Sunset Lane and could lead to traffic hazards on US 41,as cars attempt to make U-Turns to turn around,Schutz said. Girard said traffic appears to be a key issue. To minimize impacts,the school will require carpooling and will use two entrances one off Sunset Lane and the other off US 41,she said.It also will stagger school starting and ending times to reduce congestion. Denise Layne,of the Lutz Civic Association,said the association hasnt decided yet whether it will support or oppose the proposed high school.Progress has been made on the traffic issues,but there are still concerns about environmental impacts,Layne said. Girard said she planned to meet with neighbors again on Monday,to continue working on their concerns. We want to be good partners.Were really trying to listen,she said.Hearing on proposed high school in Lutz expected in February Steven Tuck of Homosassa holds his trophy for best in show in the second annual Al and Ida Silver Memorial Car Show for his 1962 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz. Acrowd turned out for the event at the Land OLakes Community Center to listen to music of the 1950s, s and s while strolling among the cars on display, ranging from the latest models to vintage and antique vehicles. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of photosby3g.com)

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$1150/mo.3/2/2 in Zephyrhills on over an acre of fenced yard! Patti Webster 310-0215$1395/mo.4/2.5/2 two story in Wesley Chapel w pond view. Christy Laramay 451-6727$1150/mo.2/2 mobile home on large fenced lot in great location. Pam Leece 235-5255$1395/mo.3/2/2 Lutz home w pool, covered lanai & fenced yard. Josh Smith 699-0588$1450/mo.4/3/2 in Suncoast Meadows. New carpet & paint. Bernice Miller 784-2812$700/mo.2/1.5/1 w screened lanai & fenced yard. Near beaches. Laura Bloomer 541-9234$1025/mo.3/2/2 on over an acre. Fenced yard w storage shed. Kim Joseph 352-835-1008$1150/mo.2/1 remodeled apt. in great downtown Tampa location. Sheena Murray 966-5666$900/mo.2/1 with screened lanai & fenced yard. Convenient Tampa location. Kim Zepp 928-3046$600/mo.2/1 Cozy lakefront cottage in Lutz. Bring your fishing rod! Martha Julian 294-7723 RENTALS www.DennisRealty.com Valencia Gardens!4/3/3 Split bedroom plan with formal living, dining & family room. Open kitchen w island. 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The school also has a science lab and a media center,said Jennifer Whitten,who teaches mathematics and social studies to children in kindergarten through second-grade. Well be able to send kids to the library to study and read.Were very excited about that,Whitten said. Wainraich said the new facility enables the school to do more for its students. Its all about the kids and making things easier and more accessible for them.This new facility lets us do that,Wainraich said. The charter school serves students in kindergarten through eighth-grade.It draws students primarily from Trinity,Odessa,Land OLakes,Lutz,Wesley Chapel and NewTampa,but also has some students from as far away as Spring Hill,New Port Richey and Riverview,Helean said. It is authorized for up to 584 students this year,and has about 20 seats available at various grade levels.The school has grown in size every year since it opened and hopes to get approval for 650 to 660 students next year,Helean said.It can accept children from Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties. For more information about the school, call (813) 428-7444 or visit www.imagineschoollandolakes.com. Jennifer Whitten stands in front of the poster where she will post examples of good work by students. Shes delighted about the school getting a permanent home. (Photo by B.C. Manion)It has been hard for him not going to school and he really misses his friends and being able to just be a normal,healthy 16year-old,Kim said. The diagnosis has had a profound impact on family life. My husband and I both work full time and it has been extremely challenging to continue to work while going through treatment,Kim said.I work for USF College of Medicine and they have been very supportive through this.I have used 600 hours of sick leave to date.It has been very tough trying to juggle work and caring for my other son while trying to keep Jordan as happy as possible through all of this.I spend every day and night with him while he is hospitalized,which is four days a month for chemo. Things have been looking up for Jordan in recent weeks and he just completed his last scheduled round of chemotherapy last Friday,Jan.13. He had such a hard time with dehydration and malnutrition during the beginning of his treatment that he had to get a feeding tube surgically placed in his stomach in June,Kim said.He had it removed two months ago and has been doing very well recently.He is definitely ready to get done with treatment and back to being a normal 16-year-old. 1983 and became a public charter school in 2000. Learning Gate draws students from many communities in Hillsborough and Pasco counties,including Lutz,Trinity,Land O Lakes and Wesley Chapel.The school has an elementary campus on 27 wooded acres at 16215 Hanna Road,and leases space for grades seven through nine in an office building at 15316 N.Florida Ave.It boasts a number of environmental awards,including the first modular school building in the country to achieve the platinum designation in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Schools program.The proposed charter high school,which would open at its new location in two years, would be called Gates Senior High.It would serve students in grades seven through 12, Girard said,noting the high school program will added a grade a year until it has freshmen through senior classes.The proposed school draws its name from its five areas of emphasis:Global outreach,the arts,technology,environment and sustainability in all ways,including finances. Girard said she understands that neighbors are concerned about the new schools potential impacts. When you think high school,you think of a typical (high school) like Gaither coming out there.Thats not the case at all, Girard said. The proposed charter school would have a maximum of 1,000 students on a 66acre campus,which has extensive wetlands, Girard said. We dont have one big huge building, she said.Instead,there will be several buildings with smaller footprints,scattered across campus. The goal is to use energy-efficient materials and to produce enough energy on site, through such sources as solar,wind and water to avoid needing an outside source of electricity,Girard said. Gary Schutz,who lives in the Windemere subdivision,said he applauds what the school is trying to do,but he is concerned about the traffic congestion the project will create and potential safety hazards. The project will overload Sunset Lane and could lead to traffic hazards on US 41,as cars attempt to make U-Turns to turn around,Schutz said. Girard said traffic appears to be a key issue. To minimize impacts,the school will require carpooling and will use two entrances one off Sunset Lane and the other off US 41,she said.It also will stagger school starting and ending times to reduce congestion. Access to the site will affect about1 percent of the sites wetlands,Girard said. Theres no way for us to get to (US) 41 without impacting the wetlands to some degree,she said. A suggestion was made to bridge the wetlands,but that option would cost about $1 million,which the school cannot afford, Girard said. Denise Layne,of the Lutz Civic Association,said the association hasnt decided yet whether it will support or oppose the proposed high school.Progress has been made on the traffic issues,but there are still concerns about environmental impacts,Layne said. Neighbors have also voiced worries about potential flooding,Girard said. However,she said the school must meet the countys requirements to prevent that from occurring.She also noted that the school plans to use porous concrete and pavers which allows water to be absorbed,rather than sheeting off. Girard said she planned to meet with neighbors again on Monday,to continue working on their concerns.We want to be good partners.Were really trying to listen,she said.I think some of them are still learning to trust me and what I say.Believe me,I understand,she said. Seen are the 70 kids and others who attended the technical and agility fundraising camp on Jan. 8, which raised $3,000 for Jordan Harris. (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Nelson)

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Voted Floridas No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sportsklojacono@cnewspubs.comThree years ago the Freedom boys soccer team got one step away from the ultimate goal of any high school program winning a state championship. The Patriots (6-6-1) reached the Class 5A state finals in 2009,but fell to Palm Harbor University 2-1 to finish with a 17-3-5 record. Freedom lost 10 seniors from that runnerup season,and the program has been fighting to get back to championship contention ever since. The Patriots went 8-8-2 in 2009-10 followed by a 6-12 campaign.They missed the playoffs both seasons,ending a six-year streak that started in 2004 when the school was in its second year. Its been difficult,said Dennis Derflinger,the only coach in program history.We have a number of good players here, so its not a matter of getting players on this team.Its about getting them all buying into the same philosophy.Theyre all coming from different clubs.It makes it a little difficult to one,get them to know how to play with each other and two,play with the style of play we want them too. Thats not to say the players havent had the drive to get back to the final four and beyond,especially the seniors who were freshmen on that 2008-09 squad. I remember our defense was really strong that year,said senior defender Connor Limburg.I remember from the finals game I got to play for a minute and a half because one of our guys got a yellow card.I always remember that. Senior forward/midfielder Evan Kruk has even better memories.He scored the winning goal in the state semis to send Freedom to the finals. Thats been the highlight of my time playing here,Kruk said.I got a through ball from Deion Jones,who was a senior,and I just onetimed it to the back post.Luckily the keeper couldnt get his hand on it. Everything was in slow motion when I shot it,and then the crowd just erupted. Senior midfielder Michael Sacco said he took the deep playoff march for granted as it was his first season. Being a freshman then,my perspective is a lot different than where Im at right now as a senior,Sacco said.Its weird that were the seniors now.We have to assume the responsibility to take this team. Derflinger and his players had high expectations coming into this season. I felt we were going to be a lot better from last year,said sophomore goalkeeper Nate Brown,who has 63 saves and three shutouts this year.Everybody is getting older and better.Were working better together and that aspect is going to help a lot, and our new freshmen are really good too. Last year it was difficult at the beginning because I broke my (right) shoulder,so throughout most of the year I was just watching,Brown continued.When I got back I gave it my best,so did everyone else, but we just couldnt pull it out in districts. Injuries derailed Browns season last year and more medical problems threatened to do the same to the Patriots this year. Weve had some serious injuries coming in that we werent expecting,so we got off to a rough start,Derflinger said.We were scrambling around to find people to fill those positions.I feel like we can compete and bring back another district title.We just have to play the way were capable of. My assistant coach and I were talking and reflecting on the season,and there were only three games where we werent missing four or more starters. One of those games the Patriots were playing with most of their lineup was at district rival Gaither on Jan.4. The Cowboys (13-4-1), who reached the 5A final four last year,have eliminated Freedom from playoff contention the last two years,but that did not deter the Patriots. They defeated Gaither 1-0 to secure the No.2 seed in the Class 4A-District 8 tournament.Kruk scored the lone goal in the contest set up by Sacco,and Brown made 10 saves to preserve the shutout. I think it gives us some confidence because Gaither is a quality team,and they always have a quality program over there,Derflinger said.To get that win it helps us out,but then again you cant look at it too deeply because we may have to play them again in districts.We have to take it for what its worth and improve a little more over the next couple of weeks. The 4A-8 tournament is at Steinbrenner Jan.24-27,with the championship game on Friday,Jan.27 at 7 p.m.As the No.2 seed in the six-team district Freedom earns a bye to the semifinals,meaning one victory in the tournament would clinch a playoff berth.The Patriots travel to Robinson on Wednesday,Jan.18 before closing out the regular season at Brandon on Thursday, Jan.19.Both games are at 7 p.m.All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches Freedom rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr. 0 Nathan Brown GK So. 1 Ruben Gutierrez MF Fr. 2 Chandler Howe F So. 2Daniel Daniello MF Fr. 3 Brenton Vanfleet F So. 4 Kwabena Amankway F Fr. 5 Felipe Garcia MF Jr. 6 Andrew Anrolewics D Jr. 7 Brian Brenner MFSr. 9 Derik Harvey MF Jr. 10 Daniell Thorpe F Jr. 11 Zack Arthur MF Sr. 12 Bryan Missana MF Fr. 13 Andre Frato DSo. 14 Billy Chinchila MF Sr. 15 Jett Wright D Jr. 16 Ben Wasserman MF Fr. 17 Evan Kruk F/M Sr. 19 Calvin Works F Fr. 20 Connor Limburg D Sr. 21 Michael Sacco MF Sr. 22Bryan Grubbs D Sr. 24 Patrick Watters MF Jr. 25 Juan Munoz D Fr. 26 Larry Thorpe F Sr. 72 Alec Grubbs GK So. 91 Zach Alger GK Sr. Land OLakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams closed out his high school career this past weekend when he played in the Blue-Grey AllStar game at Raymond James Stadium on Jan.14. Williams played for the Gators during his senior and junior seasons after transferring from Freedom.He finished his two-year stint at Land O Lakes with 195 tackles,14 sacks,six forced fumbles,two fumble recoveries and two passes defensed.While at Freedom in 2009 he posted 89 tackles,eight sacks and forced two fumbles. The 6-foot,221-pound Williams was named to the All-Sunshine Athletic Conference first team defense the last two years. Land O Lakes senior linebacker Shadow Williams played in the Blue-Grey All-Star game on Saturday at Raymond James Stadium. (File photo)Williams plays in Blue-Grey gameFreedom boys soccer regaining playoff form Coach Dennis Derflinger, the only boys soccer coach in Freedom history, talks with his team after a recent practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Freedom senior midfielder Michael Sacco is one of several Patriots who were on the 2008-09 squad that reached the Class 5Astate finals. Senior forward/midfielder Evan Kruk scored the winning goal in the state semifinals three years ago. Sophomore goalkeeper Nate Brown has been part of the resurgence of Freedom boys soccer this season. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS

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Meet the physicians specializing in a higher level of trauma care at the new Trauma Center* at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point.They Know The Importance ofThe Golden Hour Scott Norwood, MDTrauma Medical Director Board Certied General Surgery & Surgical Critical CareDavid H. Villarreal, MD, FACSBoard Certied Trauma Critical Care Surgeon DidHVilllMDFAC S D S Jon W. Johnson, MD FACS, FCCM, FCCPBoard Certied Trauma Critical Care Surgeon Stephen Rowe, MDBoard Certied Trauma Critical Care Surgeon Jesse Moskowitz, MDBoard Certied Trauma SurgeonJames Hurst, MDMedical Director of the USF/HCA Trauma Network JHtMD *Provisional Level II14000 Fivay Road, Hudson, FL 34667 | RMCHealth.com | 727-819-2929 CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS klojacono@cnewspubs.comQuestion marks surrounded the Wiregrass Ranch girls basketball team entering the 2010-11 season. The Bulls lost five seniors,including four of their top five scorers from a year ago.The departures accounted for 61 percent of the Wiregrass Ranch points. To add to the uncertainty,the squad lost coach Greg Finkel.The only coach in program history resigned following a Florida High School Athletic Association investigation that found 10 violations within the program centering on the recruitment of guard Briahanna Jackson. The squad finished with a 14-12 record and missed the playoffs for the first time in three seasons. In stepped a new leader for the sixthyear program John Gant. Gant was a shooting guard in high school for a state champion team in Georgia.He also coached high school and AAU ball for about 10 years. My goals were to gel as a team,Gant said.Any time you have a new coach its a different system.They have to learn new defenses and offenses.Not that one is better than the other,but its different,so that throws the program into psychological disarray.The goal was to try and make the transition as smooth as possible. There have been few rough patches this year,as Wiregrass Ranch has posted a 15-6 record.The Bulls are also 4-2 in Class 7ADistrict 9 play,losing only to Steinbrenner. Weve exceeded my expectations,Gant said.We were picked by a lot of folks not to do very well at all probably because of the changes.We lost a lot from a senior-laden team from last year.Yet I set our goals really high for the girls so they can develop.Ive never said to them were not going to be good.Were in pursuit of excellence,and we have a lot to live up to because theyve been very successful in the past. Sophomore center Logan Seoane said Gants coaching is different from Finkels, but just as effective. Hes brought in a lot of different drills, which is good to have a different way of doing things,said Seoane,who averages 7.4 points and 6.9 rebounds per game.Theyre both great coaches,so weve been lucky. Gant said the key to the turnaround this year has been the play and leadership of Kelly McCaffrey.The senior guard,who is closing in on 1,500 points for her career,is posting 19.2 points,8.9 rebounds,four assists and four steals per game.Shes the heart and soul of this team, Gant said.The good thing is we dont have to have her score 25 points a night for us to win. Its letting her do other things,and right now shes leading our district in rebounding.Thats really key for her development as a player. Shes also a leader on and off the court.McCaffrey played forward for most of last year,but an influx of younger players allowed her to move to her more natural position.One of those newcomers is freshman Amanda Melosky,who is averaging 10.4 points,6.7 rebounds and a team-high four steals in her first year in high school. Amanda has really been a big help for us this year,McCaffrey said.Were really glad she came in.Shes a really strong player.I dont know where wed be without her. Melosky wasnt intimidated with the prospects of playing in high school as a freshman.I really wasnt that nervous,Melosky said. Being a freshman I wanted to see how I was going to fit in.I guess Ive been doing OK,and Im surprised to be playing as much as I am.Melosky,Seoane and junior forward Kristin Ibison have given Wiregrass Ranch a bigger advantage down low than in past years.The Bulls are pulling down 39.3 rebounds per game this year,more than any other 7A-9 squad. They have really given us an inside presence,Gant said.That frees Kelly up to shoot and that makes us a lot better.Their development has been key.Logan has really Wiregrass Ranch senior guard Kelly McCaffrey has a team-high 19.2 points, 8.9 rebounds, four assists and four steals per game this season. Bulls freshman forward Amanda Melosky goes up for a layup during 65-55 win against River Ridge this season. SPORTSWiregrass Ranch not slowed by big changes Bulls sophomore forward Logan Seoane is posting 7.4 points and 6.9 rebounds this season. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com)

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The day will have four games starting at 3 p.m.and includes a ceremony to honor the Ulrich family before the final contest at 7:30 p.m.The matchups are: Clearwater vs.Bloomingdale at 3 p.m. Ridgewood vs.Seminole at 4:30 p.m. Freedom vs.Land O Lakes at 6 p.m. Ulrich family ceremonyWharton vs.Wiregrass Ranch at 7:30 p.m.Competitive basketball tryoutsThe C & G Bulls basketball club is having tryouts for its boys and girls competitive travel squads.The program is looking for boys in fourth through 11th grade and girls in seventh through 11th grade.Tryouts are on Saturday from 4-7 p.m.at 5105 School Road in Land O Lakes.For more information,call (813) 957-0929.Winter tennis in Land O LakesCertified tennis instructor Karen Turman is starting her winter clinics on Jan.23 at the Land O Lakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway.There are sessions for those ages 5-11 on Mondays and 8 and older on Tuesdays.The cost is $36 for a four-week session.For more information,call Turman at the complex (813) 929-1220.Those interested can also register at the complexs front desk. improved.I had a preseason chat with her about what she can mean for this team and shes done it.Were being successful because of those girls who have committed to doing their job.Gant said he is very pleased with the squads performance,but knows the players will have to continue to improve if they are to make it back to the postseason.Its a tough district with Steinbrenner and Freedom,Gant said.To play with those teams and beat those teams we have to play our very best.We cant turn the ball over. Every possession counts. If we do that we can play with them.The 7A-9 tournament is at Steinbrenner Jan.31-Feb.3.The championship is on Friday,Feb.3 at 7:30 p.m.Wiregrass Ranch is currently in second place in the district. The Bulls played at Sunlake on Jan.16, but results were not available by press time. Wiregrass Ranch travels to district rival Freedom on Wednesday,Jan.18 at 8 p.m. All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches. Wiregrass Ranch rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr.Ht. 1 Amber Bruce G Jr.5-5 2 Alexis Thompson G Jr.5-7 3 Alex Deipholz G Jr.5-7 4 Andy Rodriguez G Jr.5-3 14 Jasmine Spitler F Sr.5-10 15 Kristin Ibison F Jr.5-11 20 Kelly McCaffrey G Sr.5-9 21 Monica Mammah F So.5-7 23 Ariele Thompson G Jr.5-7 24 Amanda Melosky F Fr.5-11 30 Logan Seoane F So.6-0 32 Patricia Magwood F Sr.5-11

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etorrens@cnewspubs.comNeither Land OLakes nor Bishop McLaughlin was at full strength for the two schoolsgirls soccer rematch on Jan.10. The squads wound up in a 0-0 tie in the grudge match.This after the Hurricanes (114-3) put up four goals en route to a 4-2 win against the Gators (12-6-3) in their first contest on Nov.2.Since then,both teams have nearly identical records after each started out 1-1.Land OLakes though has trudged through the back half of its season,with four losses coming in four straight decisions prior to the scoreless draw with the Hurricanes.Its frustrating because weve played well in the last few games and havent had a positive result,said Gators coach Vicky King. The Gators dropped a 1-0 match against powerhouse Mitchell before a 3-1 loss to River Ridge the night before the date with Bishop McLaughlin.King said her team expended so much energy against those two opponents that it was tough to muster up the same effort at Bishop McLaughlin. King said the fact her team had three games in five days could have been a source of fatigue,but that it wasnt an excuse. If you let them go,they would run around all night.Its tough,King said.Well take the tie.We expect a better decision than that,so thats tough. King hoped after the abundance of time her team has spent together recently,that some time apart will right the ship. Maybe weve just seen too much of each other.We need a break,King said. Hurricanes coach Tim Gronau has had to lead his team down an equally shaky path after the injury bug chomped the Hurricanes. Gronau has seen both his starting backs, Andrea Broad and Angie Vascimini,lose their seasons to torn ACLs. The coach has had to resort to moving his players around and sacrificing some of the offensive prowess of his better players to bolster a thin defense. Its been a difficult season,just trying to deal through those injuries,Gronau said. The Hurricanes were able to manage their injuries,but not overcome them,in the tying effort. (A) 0-0 tie is kind of like kissing your sister,you know,but what are you going to do,Gronau said.Youre always looking for the win,but I look at the pace of the game, what we did on the field and how many mistakes we made. Im pleased with our effort,I thought we played well with what we had on the field,Gronau added. Land OLakes plays in the Class 3ADistrict 7 semifinals on Wednesday,Jan.18 against tournament host Zephyrhills.The championship is on Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m. Bishop McLaughlin plays in the 1A-7 quarterfinals on Tuesday,Jan.17 against Seffner Christian.The championship is on Friday,Jan.20 at 7 p.m. (813) 949-7444 DennisRealty & Investment Corporation proudly announcesDECEMBER TOP PRODUCERS MARTHA JULIANTop Individual SalesBernice Miller, Trevor MartinTHE MILLER GROUP Top Group Sales Roland & Pam SmithTHE SMITH TEAM Top Team Sales JOSHUA SMITH Top Listing Property Manager STEVEN BERGER Top Leasing Property Manager BOB PEERCY Top Individual Listings Holloway s Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) Chicken Starter Kit $200.00Raise Chickens In Your Backyardstarting at EAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEYGreat New Year Resolution... 813-949-111123124 SR 54 LUTZ, FL 33549 K-MART SHOPPING CENTERwww.willowbendautomotive.comCOMPUTER DIAGNOSTIC (CHECK ENGINE LIGHT)$3750 + TAXMost cars & light trucks.Must present coupon.Coupons can not be combined.One coupon per visit.Expires 1-31-12FREEw/repairor justReg. $60Complete Automobile Maintenance & RepairsLutz / Land OLakes areaDomestic Foreign FleetFamily Owned & OperatedAFTER MARKET/EXTENDED WARRANTIES ACCEPTED Oil Change Services Tires Alignments Brakes AC Service and Repair Radiators Diagnostic Computer Scans BG Induction Ser vice only $90 + taxevery dayMV80387without repairCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS Gators, Hurricanes stalemateSPORTS Land OLakes freshman defender Mitsy Audate, left, fights for position with Bishop McLaughlin junior forward Katie Hellman on Jan. 10. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) (A) 0-0 tie is kind of like kissing your sister, you know, but what are you going to do.Tim Gronau, Bishop McLaughlin coach

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Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Even after 41 years, Matt Safon still loves rebuilding transmissions. It is a skill (many consider it a talent) that he learned from his father while a boy in Miami. My dad not only had a transmission shop, but also ran a school where he certified technicians in rebuilding transmissions, said Safon. I learned from the best and have been at it ever since. Safon brings this multi-generational knowledge of transmissions to his customers at ATS All Car Care in Land O Lakes. I dont have any hobbies dont own a boat, dont fish just love working on cars, he said. Before becoming owner of ATS All Car Care, Safon spent 5 years in Miami working for his father and the next 32 working for AAMCO Transmission in Florida, California, New York and Maryland. He bought his shop, previously known as Wholesale Transmissions, about 4 years ago. It is located on US 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts and ABC Pizza. He wanted to own his own shop so he could work directly with customers. I like being able to explain what the problem is and how to best fix it. I can be more personable with the customer and make him more comfortable with the whole process, said Safon. Owning a shop also allows Safon to set his own schedule. If a customer has a problem with his transmission, I can fix it right away so it doesnt get put on the back burner and become a bigger problem later on, Safon said. Safon typically rebuilds transmissions in three days or less. My fast turn around really helps people who cannot afford to be without their vehicle for two weeks or more, which other transmission shops often require, said Safon. The master technician also rebuilds transmissions for less than other shops because he keeps his overhead low. We typically charge around $1,500 for most of the transmissions we rebuild about half what the major chains like AAMCO charge, said Safon. He guarantees his rebuilt transmissions with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty and also offers extended warranties.JoAnn Smith of Carrollwood is a very satisfied customer of ATS All Car Care. I brought in my grandsons car to have his transmission rebuilt and I was very pleased with Matts knowledge and honesty, said Smith. His service was quick, honest and the cost very reasonable. Its a bit of a drive for me, but its worth it to get an honest technician you can trust and good service at a fair price. Im so glad I found Matt. About 75% of the work Safon does at his shop is transmission work. But he also takes care of normal maintenance and service for both domestic and foreign vehicles, including brakes, air conditioning, differentials, engines, alternators, and comprehensive diagnostics, including check engine lights. I can fix anything that comes into the shop, said Safon. 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Blount said he wanted the chance to stay with the program, but decided stepping down was the best option after listening to school administration. He will stay at Freedom as an exceptional student education instructor. I know I want to coach again, Blount said. Im going to take some time to talk about things with my family and see whats the best thing right now. Blounts time with the Patriots program goes back seven years when he became an assistant. He took over as the fifth coach in program history for the 2010 season. Freedom amassed a 6-14 record under Blount, including a 2-8 campaign in 2011. The Patriots went 2-3 in Class 7A-District 7 play last year with victories over Wiregrass Ranch and Chamberlain. Blount grew up in St. Petersburg and graduated from the University of South Florida where he played defensive end. Thomas said the coaching position will be advertised soon and he wants a new coach in place by the time spring practice begins in May. Tchecoy Blount will not return as Freedoms football coach for the 2012 season. (File photo) The annual Long Run at the Ranch returns for its sixth installment on Saturday, Jan. 21 in support of the athletic programs at Wiregrass Ranch High and John Long Middle schools. The day includes a 5-kilometer and a 1mile race at the middle school, 2025 Mansfield Blvd. in Wesley Chapel. It will also include a health fair for the first time. The day is organized by Bulls cross country coaches Don Howard and Chris Loth. Howard began the event when the school opened six years ago and Loth joined when he became the boys coach the next year. I wanted to have a 5K event in the area to promote running in the community and to raise money for the athletic programs of both schools, said Howard, who is also the Bulls girls track and field coach. We have raised a total of approximately $12,000 in the first five years. Howard said about 200 runners come out each year to the 5K, with another 100 running in the 1-miler. Awards are given for both races overall as well as for various age groups including the fastest male and female runner in elementary, middle and high school, as well as staff from either facility. The 5K starts at 8:30 a.m., with the 1mile run beginning at about 9:15 a.m. Those interested can sign up the day of the event until 8 a.m., or register at FitNiche at The Shops at Wiregrass on Friday, Jan. 20 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. For more information, call (813) 404-6350. Running for the Bulls, Longhorns

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