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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA JANUARY 25,2012 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) Get your PUBLIX insert in The Laker /Lutz News give her a cupid gift certificate and she'll be yours forevercameosalon & spa page 5 Three times a charm for SteinbrennerThe Steinbrenner girls soccer team won its third straight district championship by defeating Freedom 2-1 in double overtime on Jan. 20. The Warriors had to win on the Patriots'home field to complete the three-peat. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) For complete coverage,see page 16. Packing meals for hungry childrenAcacia Grove Church in Lutz held a food-packing event Jan. 22 for Feeding Children Everywhere, an organization that aims to prevent starvation and world hunger. The church packed 15,000 meals. Pictured, from left, are Pastor Chip D'Armon, Jesse Hoover, Phil Reynolds and Sam Marsonek. (Photo provided by Kara Teresi)Sam Johnson is among top 10 poets nationwideBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comUnlike many writers,Sam Johnson doesn't wax poetic about his sources of inspiration. Neither does he go on and on, about why he chose one particular word over another or about the decisions he made in arranging the beginning,middle and ending of his piece. After all,he's just 7 years old. He didn't even begin writing poetry until last year,in Diane Billman's kindergarten classroom at McKitrick Elementary in Lutz. Now,he holds the title of being among the top 10 poets in kindergarten through third-grade in the United States and Canada, according to results in a contest sponsored by Creative Communication,in Smithfield, Utah. The young boy's teacher is thrilled. When she saw what he was writing,she said,"my eyes about popped out." "I thought,My gosh.That is so advanced.' I had goose bumps,"Billman said. Adrienne Johnson was delighted by her son's way with words. "I was very surprised and very pleased. I'm very proud of him,"she said.She added that she feels very blessed that all three of her children,Mack,Amanda and Sam were able to begin their school years in Billman's classroom. Billman began teaching poetry to her kindergarteners two years ago. The first crop of pupils produced such good poetry that Billman went looking online for a contest.She wound up entering the works of six of her students at poeticpower.com,sponsored by Creative Communication.All six students were published. After teaching poetry to her class last year,Billman submitted a poem from each of her 18 students to the poetry competition.All of them were accepted for publication. Not many teachers do as well as Billman did. See POET,page13 Diane Billman, a kindergarten teacher at McKitrick Elementary, takes a look at Sam Johnson's poem in a "Celebration of Poets," an anthology published by Creative Communication. (Photos by B.C. Manion) McKitrick student makes words sing

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While others were rushing to finish,she had completed plating her petit fours, which she called "Sweet Surprises." Each plate had four petit fours made of cake and fillings,covered with chocolate. She used raspberry,mango and kiwi lime fruit fillings and one filling made of caramel. Skinner did not seem to be sweating it, even though her partner,Sylvia Pardo,could not attend the event. "I'm actually the only one ready now," Skinner said."I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing." As teams presented their entries,the energy and thought they'd put into their work was obvious. First place went to Brooke Dobbyn and Burgandy Mills,a team from Anclote High, for a dessert they called Prince's Golden Mocha Layer Cake. The Land O'Lakes High team of Ashlee Hubert and Ariana Powell-Lindo took second place,while third place went to Danielle Sneve,Cody Hindman and Sara Schiff,with an alternate,Bailey Bryant. The second-place dessert from Land O' Lakes High is called "Lady Tremaine's German chocolate cake."It consists of German chocolate cake,a coconut pecan filling and a border made of ladyfingers. Hubert,a junior,presented the dessert to the judges.Her teammate,Ariana PowellLindo,was unable to attend the event."What was your idea of having the ladyfinger border?"judge Aaron R.Fodiman asked.Hubert:"We decided that would give it an elegant look,"Hubert said. "And that it does,"Fodiman said. Hubert was delighted by her team's success. "I'm very surprised,"she said."I'm happy. I'm just like a bundle of joy." She wasn't the only one who was feeling good at Thursday's event. The man who oversees the school district's culinary arts programs had a broad smile on his face,when the students finished their pitches."I'm standing back here as proud as I can be,"said Rob Aguis,the director of community, career and technical education for Pasco County Schools."They all did a wonderful job." Three Important Questions For Business Owners 1. Are your credit card transactions posting as quickly as possible? 2. Are your paying too much in merchant fees? 3. Is your credit card processor a local company like you?Free Loaner Equipment* Proprietary POS Cash Register www.vectertech.com terry@vectertech.com(888) 795-1280Vecter Technologies is a Registered Agent of RBS Citizens, N. A., Providence RI security deposit may be required NO PCI Fees Application Fees Annual Fees 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 2 Now open inWesley ChapelSchedule an appointment at the new Wesley Chapel location before February 15, 2012, and receive a $75 optical gift card*for new patients. 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Downs Blvd. M-F 9-9  Sat 9-6  Sun 11-5 2554 East Bearss Ave.(at Bearss & Livingston)N. Tampa & Lutz € 977-8507M-F 9-8  Sat 9-6  Sun 12-5 Expires 1-31-12 not to be combined with any other offer. Expires 1-31-12 not to be combined with any other offer. Expires 1-31-12 not to be combined with any other offer. Expires 1-31-12 not to be combined with any other offer.Culinary students vie for a trip to the ballBy B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe culinary artists were aflutter in the kitchen,putting the last-minute flourishes on creative confections they hoped would woo judges'votes. Twelve teams were vying for the top three honors in the second annual Cinderella's Favorite Dessert competition, held Thursday night at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land O'Lakes High. "As you can see back there,this is like opening night for a play,''said Pasco County School Board Chairwoman Joanne Hurley, nodding toward the kitchen as the teams plated their desserts. "Everything is going on and they're all doing their last-minute preparations. Excitement is in the air,"Hurley said. Teams from Marchman Technical Education Center and Land O'Lakes,Fivay, Hudson,Wiregrass Ranch and Anclote high schools put their culinary skills to the test in a quest to have their dessert chosen to be served at the upcoming Cinderella Ball. That black-tie gala is an evening of elegance put on by the Pasco Education Foundation to raise money for scholarships, classroom grants and recognition programs. This year,the ball will be held on March 3 at Heritage Springs Country Club. Beyond creating a tasty dessert,each team obviously put thought into how their creation would fit nicely into the theme of Cinderella's ball. While washing dishes at a stainless steel sink before making her case to the judges, Land O'Lakes High senior Janine Gordon ran through the lines she would speak. Whenever she stumbled,she started again.She was determined to get it right. She was confident that she and her partner,Lindsey Monson,had dreamed up a delectable dessert for the contest. The pair named their entry "Cinderella's Spectacular Sampler." And,it did look delicious.The sampler included a pumpkin cheesecake,to represent the carriage;a Black Forest cake pop to represent Germany,home of the castle Walt Disney used as a model for Cinderella's castle;and dressed up a strawberry in a tuxedo,to represent the prince.While others rushed about,Wiregrass Ranch High student Kaileigh Skinner seemed to have everything under control. Ashlee Hubert, of Land O'Lakes High, was thrilled when her dessert, Lady Tremaine's German Escape, won second place at the second annual Cinderella's Favorite Dessert contest. (Photos by B.C. Manion) These cupcakes, produced by the team of Joseph Harris, Becky Bennett and Ben Herndon, are called Stepsister's Treat. The team is from Land O'Lakes High. This dessert features German chocolate cake, a coconut pecan filling and a ladyfinger border. It placed second.Satisfying Cinderella's sweet tooth

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By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comHe didn't grow it himself,but Ken Copeland is pretty darn proud of the 5 1/2pound broccoli he recently plucked from a vegetable harvester at a farmer's market at 30th Street and Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa. Copeland was so smitten by the unusually large vegetable that he shelled out a few bucks to buy himself some bragging rights. Copeland has the super-big broccoli at Land O'Lakes Farmers Market,which he operates at 21329 Carson Drive in Land O' Lakes.When it's not on display,it's in a cooler to prolong its longevity.He has no plans to sell it but he does intend to eat it.He says that's one of the advantages of running a fruit and vegetable stand he has plenty of good food for meals.Copeland's broccoli is nearly triple the size of an average broccoli,according to Danielle D.Treadwell,associate professor and extension specialist in organic and sustainable vegetable production at the University of Florida. An average broccoli weighs less than 2 pounds,according to Treadwell,who works in the department of horticultural sciences. No doubt Copeland's broccoli is large, but it is nowhere near the size of the largest broccoli on record grown in 1993 by John and Mary Evans of Palmer,Alaska.That broccoli weighed 35 pounds,according to Guinness World Records. Ken Copeland shows off an enormous head of broccoli, compared to bunches of broccoli of a more normal proportion. It cost $3. (Photo by B.C. Manion)Broccoli braggin'rights 800-722-6683www.browningmoving.com JasonG@browningmoving.comNew Year'sSPECIALFREE BOXES**with move up to 10 You can trust Browning United. Moving Florida families and businesses for 30 years Our employees do the moving, not temporary help Always use bumper pads and runners to protect your treasures No surprises we always do what we say Moving Soon? Not Sure Whom To Trust? Moving Soon? CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 3 8534 N. 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Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Contents copyright 2012 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written perm ission from the publisher. LAND O'LAKES,LUTZ,ODESSA,DADE CITY,ZEPHYRHILLS,WESLEY CHAPELServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 LOCATION3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 / Land O' Lakes,FL 34639MAIL P .O. Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cne wspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadver tisingdistributor s.com EDITORIAL CINDY SPENCE,Editor cspence@cne wspubs.com B.C. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Writer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATTHEW MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING TERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comMajor Accounts Lutz, Wesley Chapel Builders & Developers Land O' Lakes, West PascoSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comZephyrhillsACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cne wspubs.com GENA CRO WDER, gcrowder@cne wspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & SurgeryWhere we keep you a step ahead.Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZ Feet Hurt? 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The workshop runs from 6:30-8 p.m.on Monday,Feb.6.The session is based on John Maxwell's 21 Laws of Leadership.For more information call (813) 788-5433 or go to www.truelifecenter.comSMALL BUSINESS PROGRAMSmall businesses in Hillsborough County can qualify for reimbursement of a portion of new employee wages under a program to encourage job creation.Small businesses can qualify for reimbursement of up to 50 percent of three months'salary for new employees.The incentive is capped at $3,900 per employee,and a business can qualify for up to three new employees under the program.There are a number of requirements that must be met to participate.Small business owners can download an application and get more information by going to http://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/econdev/ or by calling (813) 914-4028. Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com Cassie Roberts

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uses a lot of citrus both in her home cooking and her catering business.She remembers eating wild kumquats growing along fence lines in the West Tampa of her childhood,and decided to try kumquats in a traditional Spanish dish. Its rightful name is F.J.'s Favorite Kumquat Flan,and Collura likes to be sure people call it that because husband,F.J.,played such a big role in the recipe's development. "He ate kumquat flan for four months," Collura said. The recipe has appeared in three or four cookbooks,but Collura has moved on to her next kumquat challenge. "For a while now,I've been trying to figure out a way to do a version of Boston Cream Pie with kumquats,"Collura laughed. Collura won't be dishing up kumquat treats this year,but the festival promises plenty of kumquat delicacies and other activities. The weekend begins early with open houses Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.at Kumquat Growers Inc.,31647 Gude Road.The festival runs from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.Saturday and includes vendors,arts and crafts,a farmer's market,a kids'area,a fun walk and races,and plenty of kumquats. For more information,call the Dade City Chamber of Commerce at (352) 567-3769. Automatic Transmission SpecialistsOwner personally rebuilds every transmission; 41 years experience, 32 with AAMCO TransmissionAverage turn around is just 3 days12 month/12,000 mile warrantyDomestic or foreign; standard or automaticFree computer diagnosticsHuge savings on routine maintenance and serviceSupply your parts and pay only for labor3929 American Plaza Blvd., Land O' Lakes(U.S. 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts )ATS All Car Care813-995-2885 Worried About Cost and Time to Rebuild? "We'll get you back on the road five times faster and at half the price as the national chains." Owner Matt SafonTransmissionSlipping?813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 4 Saturday, February 4, 2012  9am to 11amat the Pasco Extention at the Pasco County Fairgrounds COMPOST HAPPENS! WORKSHOP Call 352-518-0474for info and registration 36702 State Road 52 Dade CityDISCOVER HOW TO TURN YOUR YARD AND KITCHEN WASTE INTO GARDEN GOLD $20 REGISTRATION INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS AND COMPOST BIN Pre-registration required SAVEup to $1,500 CALL FOR DETAILS 813-388-3157or 813-363-6015www.ipofinc.comAlways on time and on budget Making homes beautiful for over 7 yearsNothing says NEW like a FRESH coat of PAINT By Cindy Spencecspence@cnewspubs.comAsk Greg Gude a question about kumquats,and you get a question in return:"How much time do you have?" Gude could talk all day about kumquats,but this time of year he's a bit pressed for time.Most of the kumquats that star in Dade City's annual Kumquat Festival this Saturday are being supplied by Kumquat Growers Inc.And why not? It's Florida's capital of kumquats.The kumquat used to have an image problem,Gude said,because people were not familiar with the oddly named fruit.The Kumquat Festival,however,has converted thousands of confused citrus consumers into big kumquat fans over the past 14 years.Still,Gude said,his company's web site gets hundreds of thousands of clicks a year on the button "What is a kumquat?" What it is,kumquat fans say,is a taste sensation,with a sweet,edible peel and tart flesh."The last thing you taste is the oil.It finishes sweet,"Gude said,as if he is talking about a fine wine. Chefs use the tiny,tangy fruit for an assortment of dishes from marmalades, vinaigrettes,barbecue sauces,marinades and the ever-popular kumquat pie. One of the more requested recipes through the years is a 2003 best-of-show winner Janet Collura cooked up.Collura married into a citrus-growing family and The open house at the Kumquat Growers grove and packing plants offers a preview of the taste treats that await at the festival. (File photo) What is a kumquat?Kumquats have been called the little gold gems of the citrus family.They are believed to be native to China and have a very distinctive taste. Kumquats are the only citrus fruit that can be eaten whole.The peel is the sweetest part and can be eaten separately. The pulp contains seeds and juice,which is sour.Together,the taste is sweet and sour.The seeds contain pectin,which can be removed by boiling for use in jams and jellies. Kumquat Growers Inc. Kumquat honoreesThe Kumquat Pageant resulted in a variety of winners. From left to right, Wee Miss Kumquat is Emily Mohler; Little Mr. Kumquat is Logan Dawson; Jr. Miss Kumquat is Emily Chambers; Miss Kumquat is Celeste Dawson. Teen Miss Kumquat is Hannah Chambers; Jr. Mr. Kumquat is Bryce Perry; Little Miss Kumquat is Ashlynn Diaz; and Tiny Miss Kumquat is Leigha Sims. Kick back with kumquats this weekend in Dade City

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Ageneral surgeon is a surgeon who has appreciation of the whole patient and can handle most surgical emergencies and surgical diseases. The department of general surgery at Florida Medical Clinic provides a comprehensive evaluation and treatment of both routine and complex surgical diseases. At Florida Medical Clinic Dr. R. Collins will perform surgeries including breast surgery, advanced laparoscopic procedures, intestinal surgery, hernia repairs, gall bladder surgery, skin cancer removal, wound care, and port placements, to name a few.What is a General Surgeon?Did You Know...202,964 women in the United States were diagnosed with breast cancer. Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early when it is easier to treat and before it is big enough to feel or cause symptoms. Most masses are benign; that is, they are not cancerous, do not grow uncontrollably or spread, and are not life-threatening. Ninety-five percent of new cases and 97% of breast cancer deaths occurred in women 40 years of age and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, with larger decreases in women younger than 50. The chance that breast cancer will be responsible for a woman's death is about 1 in 36. There are more than 2.6 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.Women who have not had children, or who had their first child after age 30, have a slightly higher breast cancer risk.Consumption of alcohol is clearly linked to an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Evidence is growing that physical activity in the form of exercise reduces breast cancer risk. Who's whoBorn and raised in Texas, R. Collins, MD graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center earning her doctorate in medicine. She then moved to Arizona to pursue training in general surgery at the Mayo clinic. After her training she did an additional year of fellowship in Aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Collins has a particular interest in breast surgery and continues to enjoy all aspects of general surgery. In her spare time she enjoys photography and outdoor activities such as camping and crabbing. For patient convenience, Dr. Collins is available in two locations: Zephyrhills, 813.780.8160 and Tampa, 813.979.7707.www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com Behind the Pink Ribbon MeetDr. Collins By:Erica Collura People almost always recognize the pink colored ribbons printed on shirts,towels,coffee cups,or just about anything. That distinct pink ribbon has become uniquely identified with breast cancer.Breast cancer,two words no woman wants to hear in her doctor's office.But as scary as these words may be there is hope. Breast cancer treatment has evolved significantly over the past two decades.Advances in breast cancer research and improved technology have turned a once devastating diagnosis into a treatable disease.Paramount in achieving this is early detection.For this reason,Dr. Collins cannot stress enough to women 40 years of age and older the importance of yearly mammograms.Breast cancer most often presents without symptoms which is why screening mammography is an important tool for early detection.When a diagnosis of breast cancer is made Dr.Collins reminds her patients that there are treatment options.This disease does not affect everyone the same and treatment is not "one size fits all." Surgical treatment options are much improved and do not always require complete removal of the breast (mastectomy).Most patients have the option of breast conservation therapy where only the cancerous portion of the breast is removed.Even in cases where mastectomy is required women now have various options available for breast reconstruction.Most of these surgical treatments can be offered by Dr.Collins and the facilities at Florida Medical Clinic.But it should be kept in mind that cancer treatment is best achieved through a team approach where many doctors from different specialties come together to provide a treatment plan for an individual patient. Dr.Collins will work with physicians in other specialties at the Florida Medical Clinic to offer comprehensive care to her patients.Dr. Collins with a patient.Working together forGOOD HEALTHThe Laker / Lutz News& 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 6 Nutrition and diabetesMedical Center of Trinity is offering a community education class,"Nutrition & Diabetes,"Wednesday,Jan.25 at 10 a.m. Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 9330 SR 54.The class will present information on the basic principles of nutrition,including how food affects blood glucose.Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations call (727) 834-5630.Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD class Jan. 25Randee Garretson,a licensed Davis dyslexia correction facilitator,will lead a free seminar on dyslexia and ADD/ADHD from 6-7:30 p.m.on Wednesday,Jan.25 at North Fork Professional Center,1535 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz. The event is meant to help those with difficulties reading,decoding,writing, spelling,math or attention deficits.Seating is limited and registration is required.To sign up or for more information,call Garretson at (813) 956-0502,visit www.dyslexiacorrection.com or email randee.garretson@verizon.net.Alzheimer's volunteer open houseThe Alzheimer's Family Organization will have a volunteer open house for current and new volunteers on Wednesday,Jan.25 from 2-4 p.m.at 6616 Rowan Road in New Port Richey.The event is designed to let people meet their fellow volunteers. Refreshments will be served. The organization serves the central Florida,including upper Hillsborough and Pasco counties.Money raised remains local and benefits individuals with Alzheimer's disease and their families.To RSVP or for more information,call (888) 496-8004.Healthy weight managementMedical Center of Trinity is offering a community education class,"Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight," Thursday,Jan.26 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Thursday of every month at 9330 SR 54. The class will explore basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle including food choices and balancing these choices with exercise. Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations call (727) 834-5630.McGrew to serve national boardDr.David McGrew has been appointed to serve on the National Board for Hospice Medical Director Certification organizing board. The board,in conjunction with the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) will work to raise the standard of care provided by hospice medical directors nationally. McGrew,who has been with HPH Hospice for 25 years,is a founding member of AAHPM and is the past president of the Florida chapter.Since 2000,he has been the president of the Hospice and Palliative Physician Services,a physician group providing home care to hospice and palliative medicine patients in Pasco,Hernando and Citrus counties.Newborn care classes in NovemberThe newborn care class at St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,is designed for firsttime parents,although experienced moms and dads are welcome,too.Topics presented include normal growth and development, soothing a fretful baby,safe and healthy sleep practices,infant nutrition,infant sleep patterns and infant massage.Other topics may arise based on the interests of the group.The next date is on Thursday,Feb.2 from 6-9:30 p.m.To register,call (813) 4433078.Prostate cancer support groupThe American Cancer Society hosts a support group for prostate cancer survivors and/or their significant others on the fourth Thursday of each month at its hope lodge, 12810 USF Magnolia Drive,from 6:30-7:30 p.m.For more information,call (800) 2279954.ChatterboxesMedical Center of Trinity will host biweekly "Chatterboxes"support group meetings with the next meeting on Thursday,Feb.2 at 3 p.m."Chatterboxes"is a support group to assist individuals suffering from communication deficits such as aphasia,apraxia and dysarthria as a result of a cerebral vascular accident or other neurological disorders.Chatterboxes was originally established for outpatients that had been discharged from traditional speech therapy but still wished an outlet to practice and interact with others with the same problems.The group meets every other Thursday 3-4 p.m.at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54 and welcomes anyone in need of support for a communication deficit.For more information call (727) 8450757. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 7 Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNERS NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Tippy and Whitey are friendsTippy and Whitey love to take walks, eat and sleep. Proud owners of these two little female mix puppies are Ken, Bill and Gladys Phillips of Lutz. (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA Y 813-909-4888 2153 Collier Parkway Land O'Lakes www.FranklinJeweler.netSINCE 1946 Franklin Jewelers Laser Welder Repairs!We Buy Gold & Diamondsat the guaranteed highest price and paid in cash! 10% OFF $5.00 OFFALL JEWELRYREPAIRSNot valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12WATCH BATTERYLimit 1 per customer. Including installation. Not valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12FREEJEWELRYCLEANING"While You Wait"Not valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12 Jewelry... the perfect gift. MON-FRI 10AM-6PM SATURDAY 11AM-5PM CLOSED SUNDAYS GIA & EGL Diamonds AvailableJeweler on Premises Come by today for a Valentine's Day gift she'll cherish! GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS$125 for 5 weeks Starts Tues 1/31  6:30pm (Vaccine Record Required)Pet Supermaket, 18445 U.S. Hwy 41 N., LutzFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations  Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com 18875 State Rd 54 at Sunlake Blvd.Next to Publix 813-949-3644QUALITY DOG & CAT FOOD & TREATSOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK $5.00 OFFNEXT PURCHASE OF $25 OR MORE Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic RUTH& JEANARIGGINSYour pets will agree Ruth's Place is the Place to be 17824 Eagle Lane Lutz, Fl 33558 813-920-3615 ~ By Experienced & Loving Professionals ~ R uth's PlaceDOG GROOMING & PET SITTING Waggin Tails Pet CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin!Ž you need to be travelin!Ž Maryanne Maryanne Y oung oung Owner Owner 813-786-1476licensed/bonded/insured licensed/bonded/insured www.waggin-tails-pet-care.com 10% of ALL Profits go to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION Place your ad in the PET STATION DIRECTORY TODAY and we will DOUBLE its size atNO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!*Call 813-909-2800 Today!*12 week contract required. Only single and double ad sizes qualify. New clients only.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 8 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 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/TALENT WANTEDThe deadline is Thursday,Jan.26 to enter the 29th "Spotlight on Talent"at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel High. Talented young people through high school seniors can pick up applications online,at area schools and music and dance studios and at Chambers of Commerce.Auditions are set for Saturday, Feb.11,and the show is scheduled for Saturday,March 10.Performances can be all types and in solo or group format and are eligible for $3,000 in trophies,ribbons and cash prizes.Panels of paid, professional judges will select finalists and winners in several age categories.Sponsors are still needed.Please contact the producer at (352) 567-1720 with questions or email spotlight@heritagearts.org or visit www.heritagearts.org.FOOD FOR THE SOULMake Mount Zion A.M.E.part of your dining plans for Saturday,Jan.28 at "A Taste of Soul."The dinner includes two meats,a vegetable,a starch and dessert,all for $10. The event starts at 10 a.m.and you can dine in or take your meal to go.The event is at 14440 Seventh St.,Dade City.For more information call (352) 567-3881.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.BOWLING FOR A CAUSEThe National Foundation for Transplants is organizing a fundraiser to help Lutz resident Justin Jokisch with expenses from a liver transplant in December that saved his life.Jokisch suffers from primary sclerosing cholangitis,which caused scarring and swelling of his liver bile ducts.The transplant alone costs more than $575,000 and follow-up care also is expensive.Jokisch turned to the National Foundation for Transplants,which organized the bowling event Saturday,Feb. 4 from 4-6 p.m.at Pin Chasers,5555 W. Hillsborough Ave.The cost is $25 per person and tickets must be purchased by Jan.28 so organizers can reserve lanes.For more information call (800) 489-3863 or visit www.transplants.org.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.Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.Proceeds will go to the Eager Beavers Breast Cancer 3-Day 60-Mile Walk team.For more information on upcoming Eager Beavers events,please go to www.theEagerBeavers.com or contact Stacey Janoske at (813) 334-8502.SEALED WITH A KISSSweethearts of military personnel or hospitalized veterans can send a Valentine for free at the UPS Store in Lutz/Land O' Lakes.Operation Sealed With A Kiss,or SWAK,will provide free first-class postage for one-ounce Valentines and letters addressed to a specific member of the military stationed overseas or to veterans in Veterans Administration hospitals.UPS recommends mailing by Jan.31 for overseas Valentine's Day delivery.The store is at 23110 SR54.For more information call (813) 948-2287.SPONSORS NEEDEDPepin Academies is seeking sponsors for its four-man scramble,Puttin'for Pepin,on Sunday,Feb.19.The tournament supports the school,which is a non-for-profit charter school for students from elementary through 22 years of age with specific learning disabilities from throughout the region.Bay Palms Golf Course on MacDill Air Force Base is the host course.For information,call (813) 236-1755 or visit www.theacademies.us.CALLING ALL CRAFTERSIf you are the crafty sort,HPH Hospice can use your talents.HPH Hospice is looking for crafters who can volunteer their time and materials to create items for patients and their surroundings.No crafting experience is necessary;we will help find your hidden talent.If you enjoy knitting,sewing,crocheting, woodworking,painting or possess other artistic talents,you can help enrich the lives of hospice patients.For more information call Diana Unger,volunteer coordinator,at (352) 518-1433.FURRY FRIENDSPasco County Animal Services is having a pet information and adoption day Saturday,Jan.28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.at the Woof Gang Bakery,18875 SR 54 at Sunlake Boulevard.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 ARTIST OF THE MONTHDade City artist Frank Sledge is the featured artist for January at the Dade City Center for the Arts/HiBrow Gallery.Sledge has been honored for his photography by the Southeastern Center for the Arts in Atlanta.The gallery is at 14125 Seventh St.in downtown Dade City.For more information call (813) 417-6336 or visit www.thehibrowgallery.com.

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Award-winning stories and ads that bring local businesses more customers. Call today if you want to increase your sales. "In 30 years of business I have never had such good results from an ad. Within on hour of when the paper was delivered we had people come by who said they never knew I carried propane or weed control for ponds until they saw my ad that morning in The Laker / Lutz News. "My ad design was one of the best we've ever had. We couldn't be happier with our results from The Laker / Lutz News." Joey Holloway,Land O'Lakes Holloway Farm Supply Joey HollowayThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSWorks for Me!Holloway's Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS Community News Publications 813.909.2800 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.comCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 9 THISISWHATAHEARTATTACKFEELSLIKETOAWOMAN.(UNUSUALFATIGUE) OtherHeartAttackSymptomstoWatchOutFor:Chestpain,discomfort,pressureorsqueezing,liketheresatonofweighton you€Shortnessofbreath€Nausea€Light-headednessorsuddendizziness €Unusualupperbodypain,ordiscomfortinoneorbotharms,back,shoulder, neck,jaworupperpartofthestomach€Breakingoutinacoldsweat Ifyouexperienceanyoneofthesesymptoms,dontmake excusesforthem.MaketheCall.DontMissaBeat. Tolearnmore,visitWomensHealth.gov/HeartAttack 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) 929-6789.HARVESTING RAINThe Pasco County Extension Office will hold a free seminar on harvesting rainwater on Saturday,Jan.28 at 10:30 a.m. at J.B.Starkey Wilderness Park.For more information call (352) 518-0156.LIGHTHOUSE OPEN HOUSELighthouse Preschool of Wesley Chapel will host an open house Sunday,Jan.29 from 3-4 p.m.The preschool,6416 Boyette Road,offers spacious learning areas,an outdoor play environment and a low teacher to student ratio (1:6).In 2012-13, the school will offer a Voluntary Prekindergarten program and an optional reading and readiness program.Open house participants will be able to tour the school,ask questions and submit an enrollment application.For more information,visit www.lighthouseprek.com or call (813) 994-8678.SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVEChildren of the 70s who are now parents can give a new generation an appreciation for Schoolhouse Rock,which will be performed in two shows Monday,Jan.30 at the Pasco Schools Center for the Arts. Schoolhouse Rock Live will feature favorites like "Conjunction Junction"and "I am a Bill"from the original animated television shorts from the 1970s and 80s. The Center for the Arts is at River Ridge Middle School,11646 Town Center Road, New Port Richey.Ticket sales have been brisk so call (727) 774-7382 to check seat availability.Shows are at 10:30 a.m.and noon. Even though the day was so cold that it was difficult to pour syrup from bottles, about 300 people showed up for the second annual Syrup-Tasting Contest at the Pioneer Florida Museum.Dade City entrants took two of the top four prizes,with second place going to Andy Watkins of Dade City and a share of a third place tie going to Steven W.Gants Sr.and Steven W.Gants Jr.,who entered as a team. Entries came from all over the state and 112 visitors tasted and voted on the honors.Betsy Crisp,the Pasco County extension agent who helps coordinate the event,said a common question was,"Where are the biscuits?"It was such a success,she said, that the Southern Syrup Makers Association,Pioneer Florida Museum and Pasco extension are ready to plan next year's event.Old-fashioned syrup makes for old-fashioned fun The day was cold, but a crowd turned out anyway to taste test the syrup. (Photos courtesy of Betsy Crisp, UF/IFAS-Pasco County Cooperative Extension) Tony Lister of San Antonio showed up with his grandmother, ready to taste some syrup. Randall Pell of Lutz performed his own taste tests on the syrups at the festival.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 10 Call Now to Start Feeling Healthy Again!813-909-4939 PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOto inspire women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert If she can do it, YOUcan do it!CALL NOW! Lost 3 Sizes! Get your Delicious 3 Day Menu at:www.PureHealthStudios.com "Here I am at 71and I feel like I'm in my 30's again, thanks Samantha!" SAVE $50.00 Take $10 off the first 5 visitsWhen you sign up for regular weekly or bi-weekly service.Expires 2-28-12. Call for details! No Contracts  Guaranteed Satisfaction  Licensed, Bonded & Insured Auto Injuries Sports Injuries Physiotherapy Massage TherapyMost insurance accepted. We file everything for you! Lutz/Land O' Lakes(813) 949-6677 24014 SR 54 Turtle Lakes PlazaWesley Chapel (813) 907-9553 5808 Boyette Road Next to WC Post OfficeDade City (352) 437-4824 14114 7th Street Across from Olga's Bakery Over a decade serving Wesley ChapelDr. Jeff Kirschner Chiropractor in East Pasco since 20011994 graduate of St. Leo University2001 graduate of Life University, College of Chiropractic Providing acute and chronic care Welcome back to Lutz/Land O' Lakes!Dr. Debbie Fisher-Esenberg Serving patients in Lutz/Land O'Lakes since 1997 1992 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic GetBACK intoLIFE atPinnacle ChiropracticSame Day Appointments Available MM#13617 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

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Boltin Pest Control, Inc € Growers Fertilizer Corporation €Hampton Inn Dade City/Zephyrhills € Integrity Resources Staffing, Inc. € Jim Browne Citrus Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Inc. € Jim Browne Patriot Chevrolet Tampa Electric Company € The Beck Group € The Edwinola € Thurow Financial ServicesSP68135 Saturday, January 28, 2012 9 AM 5 PM Historic Downtown Dade Citypresents the15th Annual Kumquat www.KumquatFestival.org Come enjoy music, food, family fun and those little gems of the citrus industryŽ … THE KUMQUAT! Its great fun for the ENTIRE family. Well see you HERE.Ž € Arts & Crafts € Car Show € Childrens Activities € Farmers Market € Fine Arts € GREAT food € Kumquat Pie & Products € Live entertainment Festival The LAKER / Lutz NEWS A Place for WomenBoard Certi “ ed in Gynecology & ObstetricsAnnette Williams, MD, FACOG Jennifer Roller, MD Tymesia Hudson, MDLocations:38030 Daughtery Road Zephyrhills813.779.6482Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. Advanced € Laparoscopic Surgery Urinary Incontinence € Advanced € Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Endometrial Ablation € Laparoscopic € Hysterectomy Pregnancy € Well Woman Care € Infertility Care € Menopause Management € High Risk Pregnancy € Professional Services: Women caring for Women The passion for what we do transcends to the care we provide. www.mgtb.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25, 2012 11 Laker/Lutz News Staff Report The history of Zephyrhills will be on display at the Tampa Bay History Center through March 1.Zephyrhills celebrated its centennial in 2010, and the exhibit consists of artifacts and memorabilia contributed by Zephyrhills residents and businesses commemorating the community’s history.“We are so excited to be the first community in Pasco County to be featured,” said Clereen Brunty, who worked with fellow Zephyrhills resident Madonna Wise to schedule the Zephyrhills exhibit at the center. The exhibit is on the second floor of the Tampa Bay History Center in a large display case that contains an original school desk from the first Zephyrhills School, along with artifacts from Skydive City and Zephyrhills Water. Zephyrhills Public Works Director Rick Moore, a renowned local historical collector, loaned many framed photos and postcards of the town that he has collected for more than 40 years. Wise said her daughter-in-law, who created a similar exhibit for The Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa, suggested the idea. Wise enlisted Brunty’s help and took a trip to the history center to check out the display space. “After a trek to visit the museum in November, we were totally hooked and of course, Clereen worked her sensational community magic in convening an ad hoc committee and collecting so many wonderful loaned artifacts,” Wise said. “We so hope the community will come out an enjoy it.” Zephyrhills Resident Days with an admission discount will be Feb. 11-12. The Tampa Bay History Center’s Community Show Case is funded by Wachovia Foundation and offers neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay area an opportunity to tell their story in a visual and educational display. The 60,000-square-foot center is located at 801 Old Water St. in the Channelside District of Tampa and depicts almost 500 years of recorded history and 12,000 years of human history. For more information call (813) 228-0097 or visit www.tampabayhistorycenter.org.Zephyrhills in historical limelight at Tampa Bay History Center Clereen Brunty, left, and Madonna Wise helped gather materials for the Zephyrhills exhibit. (Photo courtesy of Clereen Brunty) Students in front of the second Zephyrhills school in 1926.

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$1050/mo.2/2.5 townhome in Meadow Pointe gated community. Ramy Nassief 900-9009$2395/mo.5/3/3 in Wilderness Lakes w pool & pond view! Laura Bloomer 541-9234$1595/mo.3/2/2 in New Port Richey on large fenced corner lot. Bernadette 841-0307$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$1025/mo.3/2/2 on over an acre. Fenced yard w storage shed. Kim Joseph 352-835-1008$900/mo.2/1 with screened lanai & fenced yard. Convenient Tampa location. Kim Zepp 928-3046 RENTALS www.DennisRealty.com Valencia Gardens!4/3/3 Split bedroom plan with formal living, dining & family room. Open kitchen w island. Home recently updated with new paint, carpet, & air conditioner. Screened lanai overlooks pond. Gated community w no CDD. $239k.(kil)Lexington Oaks!3/2/2 villa in gated community. Screened lanai w golf course view. Split bedroom plan w eat-in kitchen + formal dining. Community features golf course, pool, fitness center & tennis. Close to I-75 & short drive to Wiregrass Mall. $129k.(whi) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $265k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $194,950.(ged) Lutz Pool Home!3/2/2 on oversized corner lot. Open plan w formal living & dining rooms plus large family room. New carpet, paint & kitchen appliances. Screened lanai with pool. Large fenced lot includes storage shed. No HOA or CDD. $129k.(art) Lake Cooper!Custom 4/2.5/2 +pool +workshop located on a 80 acre ski lake in a small, upscale gated community. Private boardwalk & dock. Upgraded kitchen & bathrooms, newer barrel tile roof, brick paver lanai w wet bar. Workshop has electric & phone.Must see!$474.9k (ple)Oak Grove!Open 4/2/2 w great room floor plan features wood laminate floors, plant shelves, & cathedral ceilings. Kitchen has ample cabinets & counter space, large pantry and breakfast nook. Screened lanai offers view of conservation & pond. No CDD & low HOA. $149k.(avo) Waterfront home! 3/2/2 on canal w private dock. Interior features include new paint, all new doors & windows throughout plus lots of closet space. Large screened lanai to entertain poolside. Over 1/2 acre lot full of fruit trees. Great Lutz location w no CDD.$172.5k.(tur)Plantation Palms!5/3/3 Pool home in gated golf community.Screened lanai to enjoy pool and view of conservation. Many upgrades including wood floors, ceramic tile and corian counter tops. Short sale with bank approved price. Great Value! $237,300.(mor) Lots of shade!3/2.5/2 two story home nestled among towering oaks. Spacious floor plan w open kitchen/snack bar, formal dining room, separate living room, & enclosed Florida room. Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $189,990(ste) Zephyrhills!2/2 Doublewide w 2 car carport. Remodeling includes new windows, flooring, baseboards, moldings and doors. Kitchen and baths updated also. Enclosed Florida room. Located in active adult community featuring club house, pool and shuffleboard. $65k. (ros)Dade City!3/2/1 Charming home situated on oversized lot with mature trees. Recent remodeling includes new kitchen cabinets, appliances & sink. Backyard is fenced. 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The rhythm is good.” Creative Communication has been working with teachers and students for more than 18 years, striving to encourage good writing, Worthen said. “We deal with children’s hopes and dreams.” The goal of Creative Communication’s contests are “to be selective enough that it’s an honor, but not so selective that it’s discouraging,” the editor said. Billman believes encouragement will help a writer, at any level, to improve. She did some research before beginning to teach poetry and followed the advice of an expert to start by using real objects to help stimulate creative thought. “We started looking at things like rocks and leaves and feathers and seashells,” Billman said. “We felt them and we described them to get their juices going. “I gave them little pieces of paper and I told them that was their poem notebook, and that if they had an idea to jot it down. So, we worked from that.” The poetry lessons were somewhat laborious, Billman said. “Every day, they would try to work on an idea. We spent at least a month on it. We worked on it daily, for 30 minutes,” she said. She would begin with a group lesson and then the students would write, independently. She made her way about the room, conferring with individual students. At the end of each lesson, they’d share.POET, from page 1Billman said she’d remind students that the path to good writing is practice. “It doesn’t matter where you are. Wherever you are, you’re going to get better,” the teacher said. Besides earning recognition and publication, Sam received a free book and $25 to purchase a $50 U.S. Savings Bond. Sam will be 17 when that bond matures and he already has plans for the money, his mom said. “He’s such a giving little boy, he says to me: ‘I’m going to be rich when I’m 17. I’m going to be able to help you pay the taxes,’ ” Adrienne Johnson said. Seven-year-old Sam Johnson holds a copy of the book that contains a poem he wrote about a storm. Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Members of the Republican party have a fews days left to cast a ballot in the Presidential Preference Primary. Democrats cannot cast ballots because Florida is a closed primary state. Early voting ends Saturday, Jan. 28, and the primary date is Tuesday, Jan. 31. A voter must present both picture and signature identification. A Florida driver license or identification card will meet those requirements. Voters can walk in to any early voting site. Nearby sites are:A few days remain for early votingIn PascoEast Pasco Government Center 14236 Sixth St. Dade City Land O’Lakes Branch Library 2818 Collier Parkway Land O’Lakes New River Branch Library 34043 SR 54 Zephyrhills Hours are Tuesday, Jan. 24-Friday, Jan. 27, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 28, 9 a.m.-5p.m.In HillsboroughJimmie B. Keel Regional Library 2902 West Bearss Ave. Tampa New Tampa Regional Library 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Tampa Supervisor of Elections Northwest Office 12022 Anderson Road Tampa Hours are daily through Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Campaign timeElection year is here in all its red, white and blue glory. Between now and Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6, campaigns will gear up and voters will get a chance to learn about candidates. To assist voters in making informed choices, The Laker/Lutz News will print notices of campaign events received two weeks in advance. In the interest of fairness to all candidates, The Laker/Lutz News will not cover campaign events limited to one candidate and will not endorse candidates. Please send notices of campaign events to cnews@cnewspubs.com. Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss proposed improvements to the intersection of North Dale Mabry Highway and North Lakeview Drive South in northern Hillsborough County. The proposed improvements include the addition of two westbound left turn lanes and a modified right turn lane to a shared through right turn lane, construction of bicycle lanes and sidewalks, new traffic signals and poles, street lighting modifications, repaving, and closure of the median closest to the intersection. Construction is expected to begin in the summer and cost $2.4 million. County staff will attend the meeting to discuss the details of the project and answer any questions residents may have. The meeting will be at Northdale Recreation Center, 15550 Spring Pine Drive. Laker/Lutz News S taff ReportPublic invited to discuss improvement of intersection on North Dale Mabry The StormLeaves shaking Feathers falling A storm is coming. Wind blowing Rain dripping A storm is near. Lightning cracking Thunder booming A storm is here! S am Johnson, M cKitrick Elementary

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Jeff Odom and Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner boys soccer team must forfeit nine wins and two ties and give up the top seed in this week's Class 4A-District 8 tournament,but avoids major sanctions after an internal investigation into using an ineligible player. Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) spokesman Corey Sobers said they were informed one of the Warriors'players was living outside Steinbrenner's district and had falsified information to gain admittance to the school. "There was an allegation made and at that point our compliance department asked them to look into it,"Sobers said. "They did end up finding that there was an issue." The FHSAA ruled on Jan.19 an ineligible player had been used in 12 contests this year.The Warriors had to forfeit all those games,one of which was already a loss, dropping their record from 11-2-2 to 2-13. The two victories the squad keeps came after the ineligible player was removed. "Once an ineligible player plays in a game forfeiture is mandatory and automatic,"Sobers said. The student was deemed ineligible Jan.5 and was removed from the squad.He cannot participate in any FHSAA contests with any school for one year as a penalty for falsifying information. The Laker/Lutz News has learned the player at the center of the investigation is Ryan Kennedy.The junior midfielder attended Martinez Middle in Lutz before moving to Steinbrenner when the school opened in 2009.He has been on the Warriors'squad the last three seasons before his name was removed from their roster for their game against Plant on Jan.6. Steinbrenner junior forward Logan Siben said he attended Martinez with Kennedy from sixth through eighth grade.He said he knew Kennedy lived in Pasco County,but thought he was on special assignment. "We did not recruit him by any means," Siben said."He's gone to Hillsborough schools since sixth grade." Kennedy recently withdrew from Steinbrenner,and his Facebook page says he is now attending Mitchell High in Trinity. Kennedy declined to comment for this story. Steinbrenner went 5-0 in 4A-8 play this year,but all of those games were before Jan. 5.Forfeiting the district contests dropped the Warriors from the top seed to No.6. Sobers said Steinbrenner is eligible for the postseason because the player has been removed from the team.Provided there are no additional ineligible players on the squad,the Warriors won't have to worry about the any playoff appearance being vacated. "The school wasn't found to have any wrongdoing,"Sobers said."The student falsified information.It's not like the school was involved in helping him do it or recruited him." Sobers said Steinbrenner won't have to forfeit any part of past seasons. "It wouldn't be a situation when you go back in time and punish someone last year and then punish them again this year going forward,"Sobers said. Sobers said the school will receive no fines or probation because of the case and added the FHSAA is not performing any investigation into the program and the case is closed. "I think the FHSAA made the right decision,"said Steinbrenner athletic director Eddie Henderson."It was fair and just." The Warriors'drop to the No.6 seed in the district moves Freedom up to the top spot and Gaither to No.2.Sickles takes over the No.3 seed,with Wiregrass Ranch and Chamberlain becoming Nos.4 and 5,respectively. Siben said losing the top seed is just extra motivation for the squad,which is looking for the first district championship in the program's three-year history. "We deserve to be (on) top,we just have to put in the work to prove that's where we belong once again,"Siben said.He then added,"Only according to FHSAA we're winless.In our minds we are still undefeated in our district,and we will still go out with our best and play our best to prove that we are the best team in our district,region and state.Just because we dropped rankings in district because of a faulty player means nothing."The top-two seeds in the six-team district receive byes to the semifinals, meaning the Nos.1 and 2 squads only have to win one game in order to earn a playoff berth."I look at (it) as an extra game,"Siben said."We were previously having a bye to the semis,now we get to play a game then semis.More of a preparation in my eyes." The Warriors host the 4A-8 tournament Jan.25-28,with the championship on Saturday,Jan.28 at 7 p.m.Steinbrenner plays Sickles in the opening round on Wednesday, Jan.25 at 8 p.m.If the Lutz program wins it would play Gaither in the semifinals on Thursday,Jan.26 at 8 p.m.Steinbrenner avoids major FHSAA sanctions 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 14 By Jeff OdomLaker/Lutz News CorrespondentAs Steinbrenner boys basketball coach Steve Williams follows his team onto the Warriors'home court for pregame warmups,a blank basketball banner hanging along the gym rafters catches his eye. What's missing is a year marking a district championship season. For two seasons,the Warriors found themselves at the basement of their district with only seven total wins.They sat quietly behind county powerhouses Jesuit and Robinson. But now,everything has changed. Steinbrenner (8-6) has made big improvements and has clinched the No.3 seed in Class 7A-District 9 tournament,which is at Chamberlain Feb.7-10. Williams credits the players'individual efforts on and off the court to their success. "The guys have really committed to developing the basketball program,"Williams said. He then added,"We've tried to convince them that if they become better individual players during the offseason,and if they commit to becoming a team during the season,the outcome of a lot of the ballgames will be more positive."There were a lot of question marks coming into this season as the Warriors moved up in classification and lost a host of graduates. That left Williams,a member of the University of Florida men's basketball team from 1970-74,and assistant coach Rob Wagner with a roster filled with holes.But they knew with the returning players in leadership roles,a transition would be easier."I thought last year that Tobi Antigha and David Chiles provided senior leadership and got us on track,"Williams said."And this season,(Joey Maloney and Isaiah Goncalves) have taken charge and they've done a good job not only leading on the basketball court,but off the court as well.They're leading by example and actually putting forth the effort in practice and it's carrying over to the game as well."Steinbrenner has already nabbed victories over district foes Gaither,Freedom and Wiregrass Ranch to begin their ascent to the top of the district early on. Williams says those big wins and the ability to deal with the pressure situations helped his young squad know it can compete on the same level as top area schools, which could be a boost headed into the district tournament."We believe that it's going to be a wide open tournament,"Williams said."I think that all of the teams are very competitive and it's going to make for a very interesting tournament. Anyone can win that tournament." The Warriors have found themselves in a rough stretch lately,with five losses in six games.But Williams says the team has what it takes to break out of the slump with talent across the board,including 6-foot-5 freshman Jack Frank, who is averaging 10.2 points and 7.7 rebounds."I think that Jack has the potential to be an outstanding basketball player,"Williams said."I can see a big time talent in him.He's working hard,and I believe he'll be very recruitable when it comes to his junior season. He's an excellent student,he's a smart young man and very tough." For the seniors,the success the team has reached this year is three years in the making.Maloney,who has a team-high 14.6 points per game this year,has used the first two losing seasons as motivation for more success during his senior season."I think after we won our first couple of games,it made everyone want to compete more,"Maloney said."We've always been the underdog since we opened,so we're used to that,but this is such an even district and we're happy with that.We just want to swoop in for the win and shock everyone."For Williams,seeing the team winning its first district championship and putting up its first banner would be special,but he's building for something much greater down the road. "It would mean a lot to me,but more so to this basketball program especially these graduating seniors,"Williams said."We took those guys as sophomores and we've been very patient with them and we've put a lot of pressure on them.We've told them from day one,every time we lace up our sneakers we're preparing to win a state championship,and that's my goal by the end of the fourth year." Maloney added,it's been difficult losing throughout his high school career,but he hopes to go out a winner in his final season. "Since freshman year (at Gaither),I've wanted to be a winner,"Maloney said."I haven't been able to do that and I want to leave here on a good note." The Warriors host Wharton on Tuesday, Jan.24 at 8 p.m.Williams building Warriors into contender Steinbrenner rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr.Ht. 3 Ralph Johnson PG Jr.5-10 4 John Marc Carrier PG/SG Jr.5-9 11 Ke'Shawn Ingram PG/SG So.5-10 13 Kevin SnyderSG/PG So.5-8 15 Rhett Curtiss W/SG Sr.6-0 20 Christian Moore F So.6-1 21 Bryce Nickles F/C So.6-6 22 Jack Frank F/C Fr.6-5 23 Isaiah Goncalves PG/SG Sr.5-10 25Tyler Pope F/C Sr.6-4 31 Joey Maloney F/C Sr.6-6 32 Martin Emmanuel C Jr.6-4 33 Drake Wagner SG/F Jr.6-3 Warriors senior guard Isaiah Goncalves drives past a Freedom defender this season. Steinbrenner's Jack Frank, a 6-foot-5 freshman center, attacks the basket during a game against district rival Wiregrass Ranch this year. Steinbrenner senior forward/center Joey Maloney puts up a shot against Wiregrass Ranch this season. (File photos)

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Wesley Chapel beat Sunlake (7-9-6) 2-0 in the first semifinals on Jan.18 and the Gators took down the Bulldogs (10-9-2) by the same score in the later contest. The Wildcats were the No.1 seed in the event,a huge turnaround from a program that went 10-65 the previous five seasons including 3-10-2 last year when Michelle Clark became their coach. "This team came together with a lot of girls who might not have been soccer players from the time they were young,but they're athletes and they have heart,"Clark said."To go from last place in the district a year ago to first place in the district this year,and to be competing at this level,I cannot even explain how proud I am." Clark was accustomed to making the postseason while at Land O'Lakes,where she helped the Gators make regionals three straight seasons from 1996-98,but said she was more nervous before the semis this year than any game when she played. "There was a lot on their shoulders,"Clark said a."Everybody told them it's up to you to change the history at this school,and we already have,but to win tonight was just that next step.I knew it wasn't going to happen overnight.I knew if I could show them what the potential was they could do anything." Tess Gemberling,who missed all of last year with a torn ACL,set up the Wildcats'first goal against Sunlake in the 29th minute on a corner kick buried home by Briana Rosario. Gemberling added a score of her own in the first minute of the second half when she slipped past three Seahawks defenders and hit a bullet past goalkeeper Sydney Sullivan. "We'd beaten them twice before,so I knew we could do it if we played as well as we did before,"said Gemberling,as senior."I was anxious and a little nervous,but we just kept telling each other we could do it." Tori Drum helped preserve the shutout by blocking a free kick from 5 yards out of the penalty box in the final minute.The defender was forced from the game after hurting her right calf with 12 minutes left in the contest, but returned for the final moments. "It cramped earlier,and when I went to go shield my goalie I got kicked in the back of the leg and it got worse,"Drum said."It was worth it to save a goal." While the Wildcats were qualifying for their first playoff berth,Land O'Lakes was starting a new streak.The Gators had their 11-year run of postseason appearances stopped last year. "One year was long enough,"said 25-year Land O'Lakes coach Vicky King. The 2-0 victory over Zephyrhills was even more exciting for Le-Tran,who missed districts last year with a torn ACL. "To get back to the playoffs my senior year is super exciting,"Le-Tran said."They beat us twice this season,but we knew it's very hard to beat a team three times in one season.We came in with a lot of confidence." Land O'Lakes goalkeeper Ariana Bailey made seven saves to preserve the shutout.Catherine Gray put in her own rebound in the 28th minute to open up the scoring,and Alyssa Lonsway added an insurance goal in the 75th."It was very satisfying to get that goal at the end,"said Lonsway,who leads the Gators with 11 goals after playing defense last year."We all kept pushing and because the whole team did that I was able to score at the end."Wesley Chapel makes first postseason Wharton senior goalkeeper Heather Montgomery after missing the winning penalty kick taken by Newsome's Maria Cate. (Photo by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com) Wharton comes up just shortThe Wharton girls soccer team played Newsome to a 2-2 tie through regulation and overtime on Jan.18,but lost in penalty kicks one game short of making the postseason. The Wildcats (12-6-3) and the Wolves (10-2-1) needed extra penalty kicks to decide the Class 5A-Distict 7 semifinals contest after each scored on its first eight attempts.Newsome's Maria Cate broke the tie to end Wharton's season. Newsome scored first when Taylor Decaire put in the first of her two tallies.The Wildcats answered with second half goals by Leah Chisolm and Ashni Deschenes.Wharton goalkeeper Heather Montgomery made 11 saves. Kyle LoJacono Land O'Lakes sophomore Catherine Gray scored a goal to help the Gators push past tournament host Zephyrhills in the district semifinals. (Photo by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com) Girls soccer regional quarterfinals*Mitchell @ Land O' Lakes,7 p.m. Bartow @ Steinbrenner,7 p.m. Wesley Chapel @ River Ridge 7 p.m. Freedom @ Lakeland Jenkins,at 7 p.m. Bishop McLaughlin @ Bradenton Saint Stephen's,at 3:30 p.m. *All games on Tuesday,Jan.24

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Kennedy Blvd. TAMPA “Where Getting Fit is Sexy”Nutritional Fit N’ Sexy in just 5 weeksCALL TODAY FOR DETAILS  PROGRAMS BEGIN JANUARY 4THFreedom advances as runner-upBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe first three meetings ever between the Steinbrenner and Freedom girls soccer teams ended in ties,so it seemed inevitable the squads would need more than 80 minutes to decide the Class 4A-District 8 champion.The No.1 seeded Warriors (15-3-2) got the better of the No.2 Patriots (12-4-2) thanks to a double overtime goal by freshman Remi Brantley with less than 2 minutes left in the second overtime,her first career goal."I was feeling excitement,"Brantley said. "I was just like what the heck is going on because I'm hitting it with my left foot,it curved in the corner when it went in it was amazing." Brantley didn't get a huge amount of playing time in the contest,subbing in for 8 minutes when Jessica Taylor hurt her left ankle in the second half. Brantley entered again when Taylor reinjured her ankle with 4:37 remaining in the second overtime and buried home a cross from Marley Opila to secure the program's third district crown. "She's aggressive,"said Steinbrenner coach Robert Woodard."She's the player that no one wants to play against in practice. There's no better kid on the team;no better human being." The Warriors scored first in the 35th minute when Taylor Valley got past Freedom goalkeeper Emily Ball.The Patriots answered 9 minutes after halftime when Alyssa Daniello hit home a rebound off a free kick taken by Alessandra Diioia. Both defenses and goalkeepers made key stops to send the game to overtime.Emily had 14 saves,four in overtime.Steinbrenner defender Miranda Gonzalez blocked two shots to save sure goals and used her speed to force attackers off the ball."Coming into this game I just said I can't let anybody past me;I can't let anybody score," Gonzalez said."I told myself I have to put my heart and my body on the line and do everything I can to keep the ball out of the net."Woodard said the play of Gonzalez and goalkeeper Stephanie Hirsch is what allowed them to push forward for the winning goal. Hirsch finished with six saves despite being forced from the game for 2 minutes after hitting the left side of her face on the goalpost while trying to stop Daniello's goal. She did the same thing in the Warriors'regular season finale against Bloomingdale. "My team comes first,"said Hirsch,who passed a trainer-administered concussion test."I will break three ribs and a leg to go save a ball for my team.My teammates are my family and I love them." Woodard called Hirsch "the ultimate warrior"for her efforts. Freedom coach Jenna Ball said her players would have liked to have hoisted their third straight district title but are happy to be in the playoffs. "We both came out tonight and laid it all out on the field,"Jenna said."It's just unfortunate it had to end like that.I know how badly my girls wanted it. I'm proud of them.I think tonight proved they can handle any team." The third district title in Steinbrenner's three-year history was more difficult to claim than the first two. The Warriors had dominated the last two years in their old district,winning all 17 games by a combined score of 141-1. Freedom,the tournament host,and the other 4A-8 teams offered a much tougher challenge. "We knew it would be a lot harder to beat Freedom,"Miranda said."We knew it would be tough,but we knew we had to.It was a lot more work to win it and a lot more excitement when we won." The Patriots needed overtime and penalty kicks to get past Wiregrass Ranch (17-5) in the semifinals on Jan.18 after ending regulation tied 1-1.Freedom scored when Jenna Stiling found her twin sister Leah in the first half.The Bulls answered in the second half when Berlin Waters buried home her own rebound. The Patriots pulled out the victory 5-4 in penalty kicks,with Dana Jones converting the final attempt.Steinbrenner defeated Gaither (6-9-1) 2-0 in the other semifinal contest.The Warriors got a pair of goals from Valley to secure the win.SPORTS Steinbrenner claims third straight district tile Steinbrenner sophomore defender Miranda Gonzalez keeps the ball away from Gaither sophomore Katlyn McHenry in the district semifinals. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Freedom senior goalkeeper Emily Ball made 14 saves in the Class 4A-District 8 title game.

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Chris Parra reaches 1,000 pointsWiregrass Ranch boys basketball player Chris Parra scored his 1,000 career point in a 72-67 win over Class 7A-District 9 rival Freedom on Jan.18.The junior guard put up 23 in the victory,finishing the contest with 1,010 for his career. Parra,who transferred from Wesley Chapel this year,added 40 combined points in games at Gaither and Wharton on Jan.20 and 21,respectively.He is second on the squad with 18.3 points per game while adding 3.5 rebounds,2.7 steals and 2.6 assists. The Bulls are currently 11-8,6-2 in 7A-9 play.They play at River Ridge on Wednesday, Jan.25 at 7:30 p.m.Duo compete in All-American gameLutz residents Hunter Watts,11,and Chris Sheppard,10,competed in the national Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Dec.2630 in Texas.The two were selected as members of the South White team. The duo practiced at the University of Texas and other locations throughout the state before playing in games against other regional teams.Hunter played quarterback and Watts was selected as a cornerback,but also saw time at slot receiver and running back. Hunter ran for two touchdowns and added another through the air to help the squad win the championship game in two overtimes in Cowboys Stadium. Both kids played for the Lutz Chiefs of the Tampa Bay Youth Football League during the 2011 fall season.Club basketball tryouts Jan.27The Land O' Lakes Gators club basketball team is having tryouts for a boys sixth-grade squad on Friday,Jan.27 from 7-9 p.m.at First Baptist Church of Land O' Lakes,5105 School Road.The Gators,which formed 12 years ago, compete in AAU,USSSA and YBOA sanctioned events in the Tampa Bay area. For more information,call coach Tedd Poore at (813) 739-9381 or email tedd.thomas@techhealth.com. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Renae Rizer is a passionate woman who lives life furiously, both at home and at her business. When she took up biking, she bought a beautiful royal blue Harley and in just six years put on 80,000 miles including biking the infamous "Tail of the Dragon" in Cherokee, N.C., last summer with a girlfriend. As a single Mom, she takes her kids camping when most Moms prefer to stay home. This Christmas, Renae and her children, Anthony and Randee Wright, went camping on the Suwanee River and spent the holiday kayaking and fishing for bass and catfish. When Renae bought Speedy Auto in north Land O' Lakes last August, she and her fiancŽe, Rick Kohler, spent two months cleaning, remodeling and decorating her new business before she opened the doors on Oct. 10. The inviting black and white checkered motif reflects a woman's touch, something seldom found at an automotive repair shop. "I didn't want to open until everything was perfect," said Renae. "I know how important first impressions are and I wanted my shop to be sparkling clean and the remodeling completely finished ," said Renae. Renae is new to the auto service business, but her chief mechanic is not. Rick, who grew up in Land O' Lakes, spent a dozen years in Tallahassee as an auto mechanic and worked his way up to managing two tire shops. "I know what it takes to get a job done and we set our labor prices accordingly," said Rick. "Our hourly rate is 25 percent less than most shops, plus we get the job done faster, so our customers really save money."Many service shops charge the recommended labor charge designated by the manufacturers, regardless of how long the job takes to complete. "We only charge for our actual time. Our prices are very fair and always honest," Rick said.Renae invites customers into the work bay so Rick can show them what the problem is and discuss the options with the customer. "People need to fix what they can afford to fix. We help then come up with a plan that works with their budget," said Renae. "I want every customer to leave satisfied." About a third of the shop's business is in tires. Renae can get any brand a customer wants and typically does the job the same day. Like her auto service work, Renae's goal is to save her customers significant money on tires. "We had a customer last week who told us he saved $180 on a set of tires when he compared our price to that of a national chain tire store," said Renae. "That was so satisfying to hear." First Place Tire & Auto Service in located on US41, just south of SR 52. It is open six days a week to 6:30 p.m. to accommodate customers in north Land O' Lakes, many whom commute to Tampa for work and appreciate the evening and weekend hours. 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The Hurricanes (13-5-3) got on the board first in the 23rd minute when Spencer Valdespino fired a bullet that snuck past Patriots (7-3) goalkeeper Maddie Peek. "I thought it was a really intense game right from the beginning,"Valdespino said. "I'm almost at a loss for words because it's my senior season.To go to regionals my senior season is awesome." CDS tied the contest in the 27th minute when Taylor Tippett scored. Rickelle Vetzel put Bishop McLaughlin back on top when she tapped in a cross from Katie Hellman that whizzed past Peek's outstretched hands.The Hurricanes went ahead for good when Corrie Bexley scored off a corner kick to go into the half with a 3-1 lead.CDS did not go quietly however,narrowing the lead to one in the 8th minute of the second half when Jaden Edwards kicked found the back of the net off deflection by Bishop McLaughlin goalkeeper Emily Hernandez.The Hurricanes scored their final goal 12 minutes after halftime thanks to Vetzel's second goal of the night. "It was a good game,our defense was very strong,"Hernandez said. The Patriots were chasing the ball all night and were constantly on their toes thanks to Valdespino's quick feet and even quicker shot.It was her constant charges into CDS territory that made life easier for Vetzel and the rest of the Hurricanes'frontline. The win secured Bishop McLaughlin a spot in Friday night's district title match a feat that was made doubly hard when the Hurricanes lost their two best defenders, Angie Vascimini and Andrea Broad,to ACL tears this season. "It was tough with them,"said Bishop McLaughlin coach Tim Gronau."They're a big part of our defense,and we've been trying to fit puzzle pieces together the whole season.It's been a challenge." The Hurricanes were unable to capture the first district championship in program history,losing to Tampa Prep 7-2 on Jan.20, but they still advance as the runner-up.SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT Hurricanes make back-to-back playoffs Bishop McLaughlin senior Spencer Valdespino jumps over Carrollwood Day eighth-grader Carli Gauthier during the district semifinals on Jan. 19. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com) Hurricanes sophomore Rickelle Vetzel scored a goal and had two assists to help her squad defeat Carrollwood Day.

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Get Shen Yun Tickets Today REVIVING 5,000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION.ALL-NEW SHOW WITH LIVE ORCHESTRA Presented by Falun Dafa Association of Florida www.ShenYun2012.comSTRAZ CENTER, TAMPA, MARCH 3-4Ticketing Box: 888-974-3698 Straz Center: 813-229-Star Hotline: 813-438-2112 Have you heard of the China known as e Land of the Divine?Ž Ancient myths and legends throughout history record that the Middle Kingdom was continually guided by celestial beings. Traditional Chinese culture attributes all aspects of its civilization to the heavens, including its script, medicine, attire, music, and classical Chinese dance. It is this tradition of divinely inspired culture that Shen Yun Performing Arts will be presenting in Tampa, March 3-4. Shen Yun has toured the world for ve seasons, sharing the beauty of this lost culture through classical Chinese dance. Classical Chinese dance is one of the most comprehensive dance systems in the world. Dynasty aer dynasty, it was passed down among the people, in imperial palaces and ancient plays. ousands of years have rened it into a distinctive dance system embodying traditional aesthetics. One of the strengths of classical Chinese dance is its expressivity. It can vividly depict a wide range of emotions and portray any cherished virtue„ righteousness, loyalty, benevolence, and tolerance. It can be masculine and vigorous, so and graceful, somber and stirring, playful and humorous. Such range is achieved through bearing and form. Bearing describes the physical expression of ones inner spirit. Spirit leads to movement, thus bearing leads to form. Form refers to Chinese dances external appearance„ hundreds of unique movements and postures. An accomplished performer makes them appear eortless, but they require a perfect coordination of the entire body that takes years of rigorous training. A dancers every cell„ from toes to ngertips, from the angle of the head to the direction of the gaze„must be in perfect harmony. Classical Chinese dance also has an extensive array of techniques„jumps, spins, ips, aerials and other very dicult tumbling moves. ese supplement and enhance the dances expressive powers while adding vigorous physicality. And yet, classical Chinese dance is still mostly unfamiliar to the West. But that is quickly changing. Shen Yun is the worlds premier Chinese music and dance company; promoting an authentic form of classical Chinese dance is part of its mission. Based in New York, Shen Yun is very dierent from companies coming out of China. And with 5,000 years of civilization to draw from, Shen Yun has plenty of source material. rough dance, Terracotta Warriors awaken from the dust, the Song Dynasty general Yue Fei comes to life, Monkey King and Pigsy escape another sticky situation, maidens grace a heavenly palace, drummers shake the yellow plateaus of the Middle Kingdom. I probably have reviewed over 3,000 to 4,000 shows since 1942, that still cannot compare to what I saw tonight. I will give this production 5 Stars, thats the top! e best word to use was mind blowing!Ž Richard Connema Critic for Talkin Broadway Its absolutely beautiful, it was so inspiring, I think I may have found some new ideas for the next Avatar. It was a very unique performance.Ž I come away with feeling like a better human being for having experienced this magnicent event. It speaks not only to my intellect, but it speaks to my heart. It was a complete edifying experience of the human spirit.Ž Omega Medina Director at American Radio Network Robert Stromberg Oscar winner and Production Designer The Chinese Renaissance, Through Dance What audience members say about Shen Yun:Ticketingbox.com Strazcenter.orgSHENYUN2012.COM By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Academy at the Lakes boys basketball team watched as their girl counterparts won a district championship and reached the Class 1A regional finals a year ago. The deep playoff march came a season after the girls went 0-15.The Wildcats (11-6) boys heard all the talk and praise directed toward the other side of their gym,which helped inspire them to the best start in the program's six-year history."You bet it spurred them," said third-year academy coach Tom Haslam,who is the school's athletic director."It puts a little pressure on you to work harder.For one thing they get all the articles written about them;get a lot of pats on the back.I think our guys wanted that.It also showed them they can go from being not very good to very good in a short period of time."Freshman guard Ethan Haslam,Tom's son,added,"We used what the girls did as an example.Going from 0-15 to regional finals is just unheard of.Change can happen,and you just have to believe." The Wildcats went 7-18 last season,but they feel a fast turnaround is possible given a new commitment to the program. "I thought we'd be better because this past summer was the first time we played in a summer league,"Tom said."Our nonfootball players played in a fall league,so just by getting them together more I thought we'd be better.Our numbers are a lot better,too. We've got 16 players between varsity and JV now,and the most we'd ever had was 12." The squad only lost one player to graduation and got a few new players,including Freedom transfer Abaz Igwe,a junior forward/guard. "We're really starting to connect and run plays in game,"said Igwe,who is averaging 9.1 points,4.9 rebounds and 3.1 steals. "We're going to be great I think.Having time together in practice is already helping,and I see us getting better." Tom said six of their players also played six-man football for the academy's squad that reached the state quarterfinals.Having to practice without some starters threw the Wildcats into a bit of early disarray. "We got our football players back and played a game two days later,"Tom said. "Then we had Thanksgiving,midterms, Christmas,so with our whole team we haven't had a lot of practices and our execution wasn't there yet." Senior guard Jarrett Harvey,who has 8.6 points per game,is one of those football players.The running back came to the private school last year and helped get the football team to a 10-2 record this season and to back-to-back postseasons. "I feel like everything is getting better with sports here,"Harvey said."Not just football and basketball,but soccer,baseball, everything.This whole program is changing and I'm glad to be a part of it." Things may already be turning for the Wildcats.The squad defeated Zephyrhills 4843 in overtime on Jan.5.Ethan,who is posting a team-high 18 points and 3.7 steals, hit a 3-pointer as time expired to send the game to the extra period. Ethan,Igwe and Harvey said they felt things starting to click in that contest. "We came back to tie it at the end and won in overtime,"Harvey said."Ethan hit a big shot.I think everyone started to get their basketball mojo going." Tom wants to see the offense flow better but thinks it will with more practice and as the young squad matures. "We have two seniors,and only Jarrett gets significant playing time,"Tom said."We'll be young again next year.Our first seven guys have one senior and one junior.The rest are freshmen and sophomores." Tom knows the squad has a long way to go if it is to reach its first postseason,but has difficultly hiding his excitement when talking about what is possible. "Everything is great right now,"Tom said with a huge smile."We're in a lot of games and we're going to win a lot more games. The last two years I loved the kids,but it was hard to go out and get beat the way we were losing.We got beat badly a lot of nights,and that's not happening now.It's just a different atmosphere,and the kids feel better about themselves."The academy is ranked second in Class 2A-District 8 behind only Cambridge Christian (16-2).The Wildcats host the district tournament Feb.7-11.The championship is on Saturday,Feb.11 at 7 p.m.All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.SPORTS Academy at the Lakes rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr. 1 Kalique Jones SG So. 2 Ahkil McGill PG So. 3 Ethan Haslam SG/PG Fr. 4 Abaz Igwe F/SG Jr. 5 Jarrett Harvey SG/PG Sr. 10 Tony Arrington PG/SG Jr. 13 Bobby Smith C Sr. 15 Cody Breaux SG So. 23Evan Gordy PF/C So. 25 Blake Bernard SG So. 32 Mikey Mauger F Fr.Wildcats boys out to claim some spotlight Academy at the Lakes freshman guard Ethan Haslam has a team-high 18 points and 3.7 steals this season. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Wildcats junior guard Abaz Igwe puts up a shot during his squad's game against Cambridge Christian this year.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 19

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Like us on Facebook. This seminar will be held in the Garden Lobby Classroom. Reserve your space: StJosephsNorth.com/Events LutzBC1201090112 Everything Health, Everywhere CareCommunity EducationLearn About Common Ear, Nose and Throat Thursday, February :pmChildren experience many of the same ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems as adults. However, childrens symptoms may be dierent from adults and adult treatment methods may not be suitable for children. Join Dr. John Fraker as he discusses common pediatric ENT issues and the treatment options available. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS January 25,2012 24



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While others were rushing to finish,she had completed plating her petit fours, which she called Sweet Surprises. Each plate had four petit fours made of cake and fillings,covered with chocolate. She used raspberry,mango and kiwi lime fruit fillings and one filling made of caramel. Skinner did not seem to be sweating it, even though her partner,Sylvia Pardo,could not attend the event. Im actually the only one ready now, Skinner said.I dont know if thats a good thing or a bad thing. As teams presented their entries,the energy and thought theyd put into their work was obvious. First place went to Brooke Dobbyn and Burgandy Mills,a team from Anclote High, for a dessert they called Princes Golden Mocha Layer Cake. The Land OLakes High team of Ashlee Hubert and Ariana Powell-Lindo took second place,while third place went to Danielle Sneve,Cody Hindman and Sara Schiff,with an alternate,Bailey Bryant. The second-place dessert from Land O Lakes High is called Lady Tremaines German chocolate cake.It consists of German chocolate cake,a coconut pecan filling and a border made of ladyfingers. Hubert,a junior,presented the dessert to the judges.Her teammate,Ariana PowellLindo,was unable to attend the event.What was your idea of having the ladyfinger border?judge Aaron R.Fodiman asked.Hubert:We decided that would give it an elegant look,Hubert said. And that it does,Fodiman said. Hubert was delighted by her teams success. Im very surprised,she said.Im happy. Im just like a bundle of joy. She wasnt the only one who was feeling good at Thursdays event. The man who oversees the school districts culinary arts programs had a broad smile on his face,when the students finished their pitches.Im standing back here as proud as I can be,said Rob Aguis,the director of community, career and technical education for Pasco County Schools.They all did a wonderful job. 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Expires 1-31-12 not to be combined with any other offer. By B.C.ManionThe culinary artists were aflutter in the kitchen,putting the last-minute flourishes on creative confections they hoped would woo judgesvotes. Twelve teams were vying for the top three honors in the second annual Cinderellas Favorite Dessert competition, held Thursday night at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Land OLakes High. As you can see back there,this is like opening night for a play,said Pasco County School Board Chairwoman Joanne Hurley, nodding toward the kitchen as the teams plated their desserts. Everything is going on and theyre all doing their last-minute preparations. Excitement is in the air,Hurley said. Teams from Marchman Technical Education Center and Land OLakes,Fivay, Hudson,Wiregrass Ranch and Anclote high schools put their culinary skills to the test in a quest to have their dessert chosen to be served at the upcoming Cinderella Ball. That black-tie gala is an evening of elegance put on by the Pasco Education Foundation to raise money for scholarships, classroom grants and recognition programs. This year,the ball will be held on March 3 at Heritage Springs Country Club. Beyond creating a tasty dessert,each team obviously put thought into how their creation would fit nicely into the theme of Cinderellas ball. While washing dishes at a stainless steel sink before making her case to the judges, Land OLakes High senior Janine Gordon ran through the lines she would speak. Whenever she stumbled,she started again.She was determined to get it right. She was confident that she and her partner,Lindsey Monson,had dreamed up a delectable dessert for the contest. The pair named their entry Cinderellas Spectacular Sampler. And,it did look delicious.The sampler included a pumpkin cheesecake,to represent the carriage;a Black Forest cake pop to represent Germany,home of the castle Walt Disney used as a model for Cinderellas castle;and dressed up a strawberry in a tuxedo,to represent the prince.While others rushed about,Wiregrass Ranch High student Kaileigh Skinner seemed to have everything under control. Satisfying Cinderellas sweet tooth

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By B.C.ManionHe didnt grow it himself,but Ken Copeland is pretty darn proud of the 5 1/2pound broccoli he recently plucked from a vegetable harvester at a farmers market at 30th Street and Hillsborough Avenue in Tampa. Copeland was so smitten by the unusually large vegetable that he shelled out a few bucks to buy himself some bragging rights. Copeland has the super-big broccoli at Land OLakes Farmers Market,which he operates at 21329 Carson Drive in Land O Lakes.When its not on display,its in a cooler to prolong its longevity.He has no plans to sell it but he does intend to eat it.He says thats one of the advantages of running a fruit and vegetable stand he has plenty of good food for meals.Copelands broccoli is nearly triple the size of an average broccoli,according to Danielle D.Treadwell,associate professor and extension specialist in organic and sustainable vegetable production at the University of Florida. An average broccoli weighs less than 2 pounds,according to Treadwell,who works in the department of horticultural sciences. No doubt Copelands broccoli is large, but it is nowhere near the size of the largest broccoli on record grown in 1993 by John and Mary Evans of Palmer,Alaska.That broccoli weighed 35 pounds,according to Guinness World Records. Broccoli bragginrights 800-722-6683www.browningmoving.com JasonG@browningmoving.comNew YearsSPECIALFREE BOXES**with move up to 10 You can trust Browning United. Moving Florida families and businesses for 30 years Our employees do the moving, not temporary help Always use bumper pads and runners to protect your treasures No surprises we always do what we say Moving Soon? Not Sure Whom To Trust?Moving Soon? CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25,2012 3 8534 N. 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The workshop runs from 6:30-8 p.m.on Monday,Feb.6.The session is based on John Maxwells 21 Laws of Leadership.For more information call (813) 788-5433 or go to www.truelifecenter.comSmall businesses in Hillsborough County can qualify for reimbursement of a portion of new employee wages under a program to encourage job creation.Small businesses can qualify for reimbursement of up to 50 percent of three monthssalary for new employees.The incentive is capped at $3,900 per employee,and a business can qualify for up to three new employees under the program.There are a number of requirements that must be met to participate.Small business owners can download an application and get more information by going to http://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/econdev/ or by calling (813) 914-4028. Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com

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uses a lot of citrus both in her home cooking and her catering business.She remembers eating wild kumquats growing along fence lines in the West Tampa of her childhood,and decided to try kumquats in a traditional Spanish dish. Its rightful name is F.J.s Favorite Kumquat Flan,and Collura likes to be sure people call it that because husband,F.J.,played such a big role in the recipes development. He ate kumquat flan for four months, Collura said. The recipe has appeared in three or four cookbooks,but Collura has moved on to her next kumquat challenge. For a while now,Ive been trying to figure out a way to do a version of Boston Cream Pie with kumquats,Collura laughed. Collura wont be dishing up kumquat treats this year,but the festival promises plenty of kumquat delicacies and other activities. The weekend begins early with open houses Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.at Kumquat Growers Inc.,31647 Gude Road.The festival runs from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m.Saturday and includes vendors,arts and crafts,a farmers market,a kidsarea,a fun walk and races,and plenty of kumquats. For more information,call the Dade City Chamber of Commerce at (352) 567-3769. Automatic Transmission SpecialistsOwner personally rebuilds every transmission; 41 years experience, 32 with AAMCO TransmissionAverage turn around is just 3 days12 month/12,000 mile warrantyDomestic or foreign; standard or automaticFree computer diagnosticsHuge savings on routine maintenance and serviceSupply your parts and pay only for labor3929 American Plaza Blvd., Land O Lakes(U.S. 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts )ATS All Car Care813-995-2885 Worried About Cost and Time to Rebuild? Well get you back on the road five times faster and at half the price as the national chains. Owner Matt SafonTransmissionSlipping?813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 4 Saturday, February 4, 2012 9am to 11amat the Pasco Extention at the Pasco County FairgroundsCOMPOST HAPPENS! WORKSHOP Call 352-518-0474for info and registration 36702 State Road 52 Dade CityDISCOVER HOW TO TURN YOUR YARD AND KITCHEN WASTE INTO GARDEN GOLD $20 REGISTRATION INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS AND COMPOST BIN Pre-registration required SAVEup to$1,500CALL FOR DETAILS 813-388-3157or 813-363-6015www.ipofinc.comAlways on time and on budget Making homes beautiful for over 7 yearsNothing says NEW like a FRESH coat of PAINT By Cindy SpenceAsk Greg Gude a question about kumquats,and you get a question in return:How much time do you have? Gude could talk all day about kumquats,but this time of year hes a bit pressed for time.Most of the kumquats that star in Dade Citys annual Kumquat Festival this Saturday are being supplied by Kumquat Growers Inc.And why not? Its Floridas capital of kumquats.The kumquat used to have an image problem,Gude said,because people were not familiar with the oddly named fruit.The Kumquat Festival,however,has converted thousands of confused citrus consumers into big kumquat fans over the past 14 years.Still,Gude said,his companys web site gets hundreds of thousands of clicks a year on the button What is a kumquat? What it is,kumquat fans say,is a taste sensation,with a sweet,edible peel and tart flesh.The last thing you taste is the oil.It finishes sweet,Gude said,as if he is talking about a fine wine. Chefs use the tiny,tangy fruit for an assortment of dishes from marmalades, vinaigrettes,barbecue sauces,marinades and the ever-popular kumquat pie. One of the more requested recipes through the years is a 2003 best-of-show winner Janet Collura cooked up.Collura married into a citrus-growing family and What is a kumquat?Kumquats have been called the little gold gems of the citrus family.They are believed to be native to China and have a very distinctive taste. Kumquats are the only citrus fruit that can be eaten whole.The peel is the sweetest part and can be eaten separately. The pulp contains seeds and juice,which is sour.Together,the taste is sweet and sour.The seeds contain pectin,which can be removed by boiling for use in jams and jellies. Kumquat Growers Inc. Kick back with kumquats this weekend in Dade City

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Ageneral surgeon is a surgeon who has appreciation of the whole patient and can handle most surgical emergencies and surgical diseases. The department of general surgery at Florida Medical Clinic provides a comprehensive evaluation and treatment of both routine and complex surgical diseases. At Florida Medical Clinic Dr. R. Collins will perform surgeries including breast surgery, advanced laparoscopic procedures, intestinal surgery, hernia repairs, gall bladder surgery, skin cancer removal, wound care, and port placements, to name a few.What is a General Surgeon?Did You Know...202,964 women in the United States were diagnosed with breast cancer. Aside from non-melanoma skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among women in the United States. Mammograms are the best way to find breast cancer early when it is easier to treat and before it is big enough to feel or cause symptoms. Most masses are benign; that is, they are not cancerous, do not grow uncontrollably or spread, and are not life-threatening. Ninety-five percent of new cases and 97% of breast cancer deaths occurred in women 40 years of age and older. Death rates from breast cancer have been declining since about 1990, with larger decreases in women younger than 50. The chance that breast cancer will be responsible for a woman's death is about 1 in 36. There are more than 2.6 million breast cancer survivors in the United States.Women who have not had children, or who had their first child after age 30, have a slightly higher breast cancer risk.Consumption of alcohol is clearly linked to an increased risk of developing breast cancer. Evidence is growing that physical activity in the form of exercise reduces breast cancer risk. Whos whoBorn and raised in Texas, R. Collins, MD graduated from the University of Texas Health Science Center earning her doctorate in medicine. She then moved to Arizona to pursue training in general surgery at the Mayo clinic. After her training she did an additional year of fellowship in Aesthetic and reconstructive surgery. Dr. Collins has a particular interest in breast surgery and continues to enjoy all aspects of general surgery. In her spare time she enjoys photography and outdoor activities such as camping and crabbing. For patient convenience, Dr. Collins is available in two locations: Zephyrhills, 813.780.8160 and Tampa, 813.979.7707.www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com Behind the Pink RibbonMeetDr. CollinsBy:Erica Collura People almost always recognize the pink colored ribbons printed on shirts,towels,coffee cups,or just about anything. That distinct pink ribbon has become uniquely identified with breast cancer.Breast cancer,two words no woman wants to hear in her doctor's office.But as scary as these words may be there is hope. Breast cancer treatment has evolved significantly over the past two decades.Advances in breast cancer research and improved technology have turned a once devastating diagnosis into a treatable disease.Paramount in achieving this is early detection.For this reason,Dr. Collins cannot stress enough to women 40 years of age and older the importance of yearly mammograms.Breast cancer most often presents without symptoms which is why screening mammography is an important tool for early detection.When a diagnosis of breast cancer is made Dr.Collins reminds her patients that there are treatment options.This disease does not affect everyone the same and treatment is not "one size fits all." Surgical treatment options are much improved and do not always require complete removal of the breast (mastectomy).Most patients have the option of breast conservation therapy where only the cancerous portion of the breast is removed.Even in cases where mastectomy is required women now have various options available for breast reconstruction.Most of these surgical treatments can be offered by Dr.Collins and the facilities at Florida Medical Clinic.But it should be kept in mind that cancer treatment is best achieved through a team approach where many doctors from different specialties come together to provide a treatment plan for an individual patient. Dr.Collins will work with physicians in other specialties at the Florida Medical Clinic to offer comprehensive care to her patients.Dr. Collins with a patient.Working together forGOOD HEALTHTheLaker / LutzNews& 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 6 Medical Center of Trinity is offering a community education class,Nutrition & Diabetes,Wednesday,Jan.25 at 10 a.m. Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 9330 SR 54.The class will present information on the basic principles of nutrition,including how food affects blood glucose.Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations call (727) 834-5630.Randee Garretson,a licensed Davis dyslexia correction facilitator,will lead a free seminar on dyslexia and ADD/ADHD from 6-7:30 p.m.on Wednesday,Jan.25 at North Fork Professional Center,1535 N. Dale Mabry Highway in Lutz. The event is meant to help those with difficulties reading,decoding,writing, spelling,math or attention deficits.Seating is limited and registration is required.To sign up or for more information,call Garretson at (813) 956-0502,visit www.dyslexiacorrection.com or email randee.garretson@verizon.net.The Alzheimers Family Organization will have a volunteer open house for current and new volunteers on Wednesday,Jan.25 from 2-4 p.m.at 6616 Rowan Road in New Port Richey.The event is designed to let people meet their fellow volunteers. Refreshments will be served. The organization serves the central Florida,including upper Hillsborough and Pasco counties.Money raised remains local and benefits individuals with Alzheimers disease and their families.To RSVP or for more information,call (888) 496-8004.Medical Center of Trinity is offering a community education class,Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight, Thursday,Jan.26 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Thursday of every month at 9330 SR 54. The class will explore basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle including food choices and balancing these choices with exercise. Seating is limited and reservations are required.For more information and for reservations call (727) 834-5630.Dr.David McGrew has been appointed to serve on the National Board for Hospice Medical Director Certification organizing board. The board,in conjunction with the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) will work to raise the standard of care provided by hospice medical directors nationally. McGrew,who has been with HPH Hospice for 25 years,is a founding member of AAHPM and is the past president of the Florida chapter.Since 2000,he has been the president of the Hospice and Palliative Physician Services,a physician group providing home care to hospice and palliative medicine patients in Pasco,Hernando and Citrus counties.The newborn care class at St.Josephs Womens Hospital,3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,is designed for firsttime parents,although experienced moms and dads are welcome,too.Topics presented include normal growth and development, soothing a fretful baby,safe and healthy sleep practices,infant nutrition,infant sleep patterns and infant massage.Other topics may arise based on the interests of the group.The next date is on Thursday,Feb.2 from 6-9:30 p.m.To register,call (813) 4433078.The American Cancer Society hosts a support group for prostate cancer survivors and/or their significant others on the fourth Thursday of each month at its hope lodge, 12810 USF Magnolia Drive,from 6:30-7:30 p.m.For more information,call (800) 2279954.Medical Center of Trinity will host biweekly Chatterboxessupport group meetings with the next meeting on Thursday,Feb.2 at 3 p.m.Chatterboxesis a support group to assist individuals suffering from communication deficits such as aphasia,apraxia and dysarthria as a result of a cerebral vascular accident or other neurological disorders.Chatterboxes was originally established for outpatients that had been discharged from traditional speech therapy but still wished an outlet to practice and interact with others with the same problems.The group meets every other Thursday 3-4 p.m.at Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54 and welcomes anyone in need of support for a communication deficit.For more information call (727) 8450757. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25,2012 7 Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is addl $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND OLAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA Y 813-909-4888 2153 Collier Parkway Land OLakes www.FranklinJeweler.netSINCE 1946 Franklin JewelersLaser Welder Repairs!We Buy Gold & Diamondsat the guaranteed highest price and paid in cash! 10% OFF $5.00 OFFALL JEWELRYREPAIRSNot valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12WATCH BATTERYLimit 1 per customer. Including installation. Not valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12FREEJEWELRYCLEANINGWhile You WaitNot valid with any other offers. With coupon. Expires 1/31/12 Jewelry... the perfect gift. MON-FRI 10AM-6PM SATURDAY 11AM-5PM CLOSED SUNDAYSGIA & EGL Diamonds AvailableJeweler on Premises Come by today for a Valentines Day gift shell cherish! GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS$125 for 5 weeks Starts Tues 1/31 6:30pm (Vaccine Record Required)Pet Supermaket, 18445 U.S. Hwy 41 N., LutzFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 www.FL-K9.com 18875 State Rd 54 at Sunlake Blvd.Next to Publix 813-949-3644QUALITY DOG & CAT FOOD & TREATSOPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK $5.00 OFFNEXT PURCHASE OF $25 OR MORE Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic RUTH& JEANARIGGINSYour pets will agree Ruths Place is the Place to be 17824 Eagle Lane Lutz, Fl 33558 813-920-3615 ~ By Experienced & Loving Professionals ~ R uths PlaceDOG GROOMING & PET SITTING Waggin Tails Pet CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin! you need to be travelin! Maryanne Maryanne Y oung oung Owner Owner 813-786-1476licensed/bonded/insured licensed/bonded/insured www.waggin-tails-pet-care.com 10% of ALL Profits go to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION PET STATION DIRECTORYTODAY DOUBLE NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE!*Call 813-909-2800 Today!

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 8 Whats HappeningWhat s Happening 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/The deadline is Thursday,Jan.26 to enter the 29th Spotlight on Talentat the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel High. Talented young people through high school seniors can pick up applications online,at area schools and music and dance studios and at Chambers of Commerce.Auditions are set for Saturday, Feb.11,and the show is scheduled for Saturday,March 10.Performances can be all types and in solo or group format and are eligible for $3,000 in trophies,ribbons and cash prizes.Panels of paid, professional judges will select finalists and winners in several age categories.Sponsors are still needed.Please contact the producer at (352) 567-1720 with questions or email spotlight@heritagearts.org or visit www.heritagearts.org.Make Mount Zion A.M.E.part of your dining plans for Saturday,Jan.28 at A Taste of Soul.The dinner includes two meats,a vegetable,a starch and dessert,all for $10. The event starts at 10 a.m.and you can dine in or take your meal to go.The event is at 14440 Seventh St.,Dade City.For more information call (352) 567-3881.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.The National Foundation for Transplants is organizing a fundraiser to help Lutz resident Justin Jokisch with expenses from a liver transplant in December that saved his life.Jokisch suffers from primary sclerosing cholangitis,which caused scarring and swelling of his liver bile ducts.The transplant alone costs more than $575,000 and follow-up care also is expensive.Jokisch turned to the National Foundation for Transplants,which organized the bowling event Saturday,Feb. 4 from 4-6 p.m.at Pin Chasers,5555 W. Hillsborough Ave.The cost is $25 per person and tickets must be purchased by Jan.28 so organizers can reserve lanes.For more information call (800) 489-3863 or visit www.transplants.org.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.Light snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.Proceeds will go to the Eager Beavers Breast Cancer 3-Day 60-Mile Walk team.For more information on upcoming Eager Beavers events,please go to www.theEagerBeavers.com or contact Stacey Janoske at (813) 334-8502.Sweethearts of military personnel or hospitalized veterans can send a Valentine for free at the UPS Store in Lutz/Land O Lakes.Operation Sealed With A Kiss,or SWAK,will provide free first-class postage for one-ounce Valentines and letters addressed to a specific member of the military stationed overseas or to veterans in Veterans Administration hospitals.UPS recommends mailing by Jan.31 for overseas Valentines Day delivery.The store is at 23110 SR54.For more information call (813) 948-2287.Pepin Academies is seeking sponsors for its four-man scramble,Puttinfor Pepin,on Sunday,Feb.19.The tournament supports the school,which is a non-for-profit charter school for students from elementary through 22 years of age with specific learning disabilities from throughout the region.Bay Palms Golf Course on MacDill Air Force Base is the host course.For information,call (813) 236-1755 or visit www.theacademies.us.If you are the crafty sort,HPH Hospice can use your talents.HPH Hospice is looking for crafters who can volunteer their time and materials to create items for patients and their surroundings.No crafting experience is necessary;we will help find your hidden talent.If you enjoy knitting,sewing,crocheting, woodworking,painting or possess other artistic talents,you can help enrich the lives of hospice patients.For more information call Diana Unger,volunteer coordinator,at (352) 518-1433.Pasco County Animal Services is having a pet information and adoption day Saturday,Jan.28 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.at the Woof Gang Bakery,18875 SR 54 at Sunlake Boulevard.A 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.Registration is open for the second annual Honest Abe 5K Race presented by St.Leo Dade City artist Frank Sledge is the featured artist for January at the Dade City Center for the Arts/HiBrow Gallery.Sledge has been honored for his photography by the Southeastern Center for the Arts in Atlanta.The gallery is at 14125 Seventh St.in downtown Dade City.For more information call (813) 417-6336 or visit www.thehibrowgallery.com.

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Award-winning stories and ads that bring local businesses more customers. Call today if you want to increase your sales. In 30 years of business I have never had such good results from an ad. Within on hour of when the paper was delivered we had people come by who said they never knew I carried propane or weed control for ponds until they saw my ad that morning in The Laker / Lutz News. My ad design was one of the best weve ever had. We couldnt be happier with our results from The Laker / Lutz News. Joey Holloway,Land OLakes Holloway Farm Supply Joey HollowayTheLAKER/ LutzNEWSWorks for Me!Holloways Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSCommunity News Publications813.909.2800 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.comCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25,2012 9 THISISWHATAHEARTATTACKFEELSLIKETOAWOMAN.(UNUSUALFATIGUE) OtherHeartAttackSymptomstoWatchOutFor:Chestpain,discomfort,pressureorsqueezing,liketheresatonofweighton youShortnessofbreathNauseaLight-headednessorsuddendizziness Unusualupperbodypain,ordiscomfortinoneorbotharms,back,shoulder, neck,jaworupperpartofthestomachBreakingoutinacoldsweat Ifyouexperienceanyoneofthesesymptoms,dontmake excusesforthem.MaketheCall.DontMissaBeat. Tolearnmore,visitWomensHealth.gov/HeartAttack 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) 929-6789.The Pasco County Extension Office will hold a free seminar on harvesting rainwater on Saturday,Jan.28 at 10:30 a.m. at J.B.Starkey Wilderness Park.For more information call (352) 518-0156.Lighthouse Preschool of Wesley Chapel will host an open house Sunday,Jan.29 from 3-4 p.m.The preschool,6416 Boyette Road,offers spacious learning areas,an outdoor play environment and a low teacher to student ratio (1:6).In 2012-13, the school will offer a Voluntary Prekindergarten program and an optional reading and readiness program.Open house participants will be able to tour the school,ask questions and submit an enrollment application.For more information,visit www.lighthouseprek.com or call (813) 994-8678.Children of the s who are now parents can give a new generation an appreciation for Schoolhouse Rock,which will be performed in two shows Monday,Jan.30 at the Pasco Schools Center for the Arts. Schoolhouse Rock Live will feature favorites like Conjunction Junctionand I am a Billfrom the original animated television shorts from the 1970s and s. The Center for the Arts is at River Ridge Middle School,11646 Town Center Road, New Port Richey.Ticket sales have been brisk so call (727) 774-7382 to check seat availability.Shows are at 10:30 a.m.and noon. Even though the day was so cold that it was difficult to pour syrup from bottles, about 300 people showed up for the second annual Syrup-Tasting Contest at the Pioneer Florida Museum.Dade City entrants took two of the top four prizes,with second place going to Andy Watkins of Dade City and a share of a third place tie going to Steven W.Gants Sr.and Steven W.Gants Jr.,who entered as a team. Entries came from all over the state and 112 visitors tasted and voted on the honors.Betsy Crisp,the Pasco County extension agent who helps coordinate the event,said a common question was,Where are the biscuits?It was such a success,she said, that the Southern Syrup Makers Association,Pioneer Florida Museum and Pasco extension are ready to plan next years event.Old-fashioned syrup makes for old-fashioned fun

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 10 Call Now to Start Feeling Healthy Again!813-909-4939 PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOto inspire women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert If she can do it, YOUcan do it!CALL NOW! Lost 3 Sizes!Get your Delicious 3 Day Menu at:www.PureHealthStudios.com Here I am at 71and I feel like Im in my 30s again, thanks Samantha! SAVE $50.00Take $10 off the first 5 visitsWhen you sign up for regular weekly or bi-weekly service.Expires 2-28-12. Call for details! No Contracts Guaranteed Satisfaction Licensed, Bonded & Insured Auto Injuries Sports Injuries Physiotherapy Massage TherapyMost insurance accepted. We file everything for you! Lutz/Land O Lakes(813) 949-6677 24014 SR 54 Turtle Lakes PlazaWesley Chapel (813) 907-9553 5808 Boyette Road Next to WC Post OfficeDade City (352) 437-4824 14114 7th Street Across from Olgas Bakery Over a decade serving Wesley ChapelDr. Jeff Kirschner Chiropractor in East Pasco since 20011994 graduate of St. Leo University2001 graduate of Life University, College of Chiropractic Providing acute and chronic care Welcome back to Lutz/Land O Lakes!Dr. Debbie Fisher-Esenberg Serving patients in Lutz/Land OLakes since 1997 1992 graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic GetBACK intoLIFE atPinnacle ChiropracticSame Day Appointments AvailableMM#13617 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 1-31-12Worried 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

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Boltin Pest Control, Inc Growers Fertilizer Corporation Hampton Inn Dade City/Zephyrhills Integrity Resources Staffing, Inc. Jim Browne Citrus Chrysler Jeep Dodge, Inc. Jim Browne Patriot Chevrolet Tampa Electric Company The Beck Group The Edwinola Thurow Financial ServicesSP68135 Saturday, January 28, 2012 9 AM 5 PM Historic Downtown Dade Citypresents the15th AnnualKumquat www.KumquatFestival.orgCome enjoy music, food, family fun and those little gems of the citrus industry THE KUMQUAT! Its great fun for the ENTIRE family. Well see you HERE. Arts & Crafts Car Show Childrens Activities Farmers Market Fine Arts GREAT food Kumquat Pie & Products Live entertainment Festival The LAKER / Lutz NEWS A Place for WomenBoard Certi ed in Gynecology & ObstetricsAnnette Williams, MD, FACOG Jennifer Roller, MD Tymesia Hudson, MDLocations:38030 Daughtery Road Zephyrhills813.779.6482Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery Urinary Incontinence Advanced Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery Endometrial Ablation Laparoscopic Hysterectomy Pregnancy Well Woman Care Infertility Care Menopause Management High Risk Pregnancy Professional Services: Women caring for Women The passion for what we do transcends to the care we provide. www.mgtb.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25, 2012 11 The history of Zephyrhills will be on display at the Tampa Bay History Center through March 1.Zephyrhills celebrated its centennial in 2010, and the exhibit consists of artifacts and memorabilia contributed by Zephyrhills residents and businesses commemorating the communitys history.We are so excited to be the first community in Pasco County to be featured, said Clereen Brunty, who worked with fellow Zephyrhills resident Madonna Wise to schedule the Zephyrhills exhibit at the center. The exhibit is on the second floor of the Tampa Bay History Center in a large display case that contains an original school desk from the first Zephyrhills School, along with artifacts from Skydive City and Zephyrhills Water. Zephyrhills Public Works Director Rick Moore, a renowned local historical collector, loaned many framed photos and postcards of the town that he has collected for more than 40 years. Wise said her daughter-in-law, who created a similar exhibit for The Academy of the Holy Names in Tampa, suggested the idea. Wise enlisted Bruntys help and took a trip to the history center to check out the display space. After a trek to visit the museum in November, we were totally hooked and of course, Clereen worked her sensational community magic in convening an ad hoc committee and collecting so many wonderful loaned artifacts, Wise said. We so hope the community will come out an enjoy it. Zephyrhills Resident Days with an admission discount will be Feb. 11-12. The Tampa Bay History Centers Community Show Case is funded by Wachovia Foundation and offers neighborhoods in the Tampa Bay area an opportunity to tell their story in a visual and educational display. The 60,000-square-foot center is located at 801 Old Water St. in the Channelside District of Tampa and depicts almost 500 years of recorded history and 12,000 years of human history. For more information call (813) 228-0097 or visit www.tampabayhistorycenter.org.Zephyrhills in historical limelight at Tampa Bay History Center

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$1050/mo.2/2.5 townhome in Meadow Pointe gated community. Ramy Nassief 900-9009$2395/mo.5/3/3 in Wilderness Lakes w pool & pond view! Laura Bloomer 541-9234$1595/mo.3/2/2 in New Port Richey on large fenced corner lot. Bernadette 841-0307$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$1025/mo.3/2/2 on over an acre. Fenced yard w storage shed. Kim Joseph 352-835-1008$900/mo.2/1 with screened lanai & fenced yard. Convenient Tampa location. Kim Zepp 928-3046 RENTALS www.DennisRealty.com Valencia Gardens!4/3/3 Split bedroom plan with formal living, dining & family room. Open kitchen w island. Home recently updated with new paint, carpet, & air conditioner. Screened lanai overlooks pond. Gated community w no CDD. $239k.(kil)Lexington Oaks!3/2/2 villa in gated community. Screened lanai w golf course view. Split bedroom plan w eat-in kitchen + formal dining. Community features golf course, pool, fitness center & tennis. Close to I-75 & short drive to Wiregrass Mall. $129k.(whi) Great Lutz Location!Custom built 3/2/2 +pool in small, gated community. Low HOA & no CDD. Outdoor kitchen w Jenn Air grill and 1/2 acre lot w fenced backyard. Gas fireplace in family room,Intercom system, Plantation shutters, pool bath, trey ceilings & more! $265k.(row)Grand Oaks! 3/2.5/2 +newer salt water pool on pond/conservation lot. Formal living/dining room, family room & large upstairs bonus room.Kitchen has oak cabinets w upgraded appliances. Tile floors downstairs. Cost saving natural gas & reclaimed water for irrigation. $194,950.(ged) Lutz Pool Home!3/2/2 on oversized corner lot. Open plan w formal living & dining rooms plus large family room. New carpet, paint & kitchen appliances. Screened lanai with pool. Large fenced lot includes storage shed. No HOA or CDD. $129k.(art) Lake Cooper!Custom 4/2.5/2 +pool +workshop located on a 80 acre ski lake in a small, upscale gated community. Private boardwalk & dock. Upgraded kitchen & bathrooms, newer barrel tile roof, brick paver lanai w wet bar. Workshop has electric & phone.Must see!$474.9k (ple)Oak Grove!Open 4/2/2 w great room floor plan features wood laminate floors, plant shelves, & cathedral ceilings. Kitchen has ample cabinets & counter space, large pantry and breakfast nook. Screened lanai offers view of conservation & pond. No CDD & low HOA. $149k.(avo) Waterfront home! 3/2/2 on canal w private dock. Interior features include new paint, all new doors & windows throughout plus lots of closet space. Large screened lanai to entertain poolside. Over 1/2 acre lot full of fruit trees. Great Lutz location w no CDD.$172.5k.(tur)Plantation Palms!5/3/3 Pool home in gated golf community.Screened lanai to enjoy pool and view of conservation. Many upgrades including wood floors, ceramic tile and corian counter tops. Short sale with bank approved price. Great Value! $237,300.(mor) Lots of shade!3/2.5/2 two story home nestled among towering oaks. Spacious floor plan w open kitchen/snack bar, formal dining room, separate living room, & enclosed Florida room. Large fenced yard has 2 storage sheds & wooden swing. $189,990(ste) Zephyrhills!2/2 Doublewide w 2 car carport. Remodeling includes new windows, flooring, baseboards, moldings and doors. Kitchen and baths updated also. Enclosed Florida room. Located in active adult community featuring club house, pool and shuffleboard. $65k. (ros)Dade City!3/2/1 Charming home situated on oversized lot with mature trees. Recent remodeling includes new kitchen cabinets, appliances & sink. Backyard is fenced. Great location close to St Leo College, golf course, shopping & I-75. $112k.(abb) Country Living!3/2/2 Custom built home on 2.41acres. Family room w/ wood burning fireplace. Kitchen features corian countertops & island. Master suite with sitting room & fireplace. Beautiful brick courtyard for entertaining with wonderful view. Includes 2 stall barn. $260k. (woo)Dade City! Charming 2/2 home with a 2 car carport on over 5 acres! Included on the property is a 3/1 guest house, work shop & hay barn. Mature trees and wooded views surrounding property. Bring your horses, Rv, or boat. No HOA or CDD. $125k.(chr) Port Richey! 2/1/1with spacious open great room floor plan. Ceiling fans throughout. Enclosed florida room and screened lanai. Great location with just a short drive to US-19 & the Gulf Beaches. No HOA. $49.9k. (glo) Grant Park!Cute 2/1 Block home w in walking distance to neighborhood park. Garage has been converted for extra storage space. Fully fenced yard. Easy access to downtown Tampa, shopping and restaurants. Priced to sell. Move in ready condition. $29,999. (54th)On Conservation!3/2/2 situated on quiet cul de sac surrounded by mature trees. Completely remodeled to include new cabinets, granite countertops, stainless appliances, ceramic tile, laminate floors, carpet & paint inside and out. Great location with no CDD fees. $139k.(bec) Pool Home!3/2 w spacious open great room floor plan. Bright open kitchen with stainless appliances, granite countertops & tile backsplash. Master bedroom features his & hers closets. Fenced backyard w screened pool. No CDD. $123k.(riv)Hillsborough River! Cute 2/1 bungalow w/in minutes of Busch Gardens & Community park. Fenced yard is ideal for pets. Nestled under towering oaks, this home is situated directly on the river. With a little TLC, this can be a great investment or rental property. No HOA. $47,990.(ren) Waterfront!Charming 5/3/2 on the Dundee River on over 1/2 acre. 1920s property featuring formal dining room & formal living room w fireplace. Large Sunroom with French doors. Back patio overlooks pool, impressive back yard & river. $999k.(dun) ZEPHYRHILLS/DADE CITY/OTHER AREAS CALL 949-7444 x100 TAMPA CALL 949-7444 x100Lutz! Over an acre of lakefront property, lined w mature trees. $200k.Rob Rochlin 948-0999.47 acre!Land O Lakes off Hwy 41. Zoned for MH. Utilities in place $25k. Patti Webster 310-0215WC area! Almost 1 ac. near 54 w/school zoning. Reduced to $139kOwner/agent Amy Manion 454-7139Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Lutz. 2982 sf. $328k. Call Mark Willett 731-1516 Warehouse/Office Hwy 54 in Lutz.7500 sf. on 1.25 acre. Zoned C-2. $695k. Mark Willett 731-1516. Professional/Medical Bldg.Hwy 54 in Wesley Chapel. 1980 sf. $249k. Mark Willett 731-1516 LAND & COMMERCIAL1022 Land O Lakes Blvd. Lutz, FL 33549(at the corner of US41 & County Line Road) LAND O LAKES/LUTZ/WESLEY CHAPEL CALL 949-7444 x100 On Target for You813-994-3328 Call 813-949-5842 Property Managers Available Now!Thinking of Renting? NEW LISTING JUST LISTEDProperty Management Services 813-949-5842 813-949-7444 NEW PRICE NEW PRICE NEW LISTINGBehind on your house payments? Need Short Sale Advice? Stop worrying and call today for a complimentary, confidential consultation813-310-7402 NEW PRICE813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 12

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Buy a Large Cone & Get a Small Cone FREENEW YEAR SPECIAL SOFT SERVE ICE CREAM LEOS YUM YUM WATER ICE BAYARDS JERSEY SHORE FUDGE BOOST SLUSHIENOW OPEN!with ad 1 per customer expires 2-18-12ICE CREAM IN LUTZ!(813) 949-5200127 Flagship Drive, Lutz4 Miles North of Bearss Ave. on US 41 Between Crystal Lake & Sunset www.phillycream.com CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25, 2012 13 One percent of the schools end up having all of their entries accepted, said Tom Worthen, the editor at Creative Communication. Typically, about half of the submissions are rejected during preliminary judging. Sams entry was rated among the top 10 out of roughly 2,000 entries in the kindergarten through third-grade division, said Worthen, a teacher at Utah State University. In Sams case, Worthen said, he creates some nice imagery. The rhythm is good. Creative Communication has been working with teachers and students for more than 18 years, striving to encourage good writing, Worthen said. We deal with childrens hopes and dreams. The goal of Creative Communications contests are to be selective enough that its an honor, but not so selective that its discouraging, the editor said. Billman believes encouragement will help a writer, at any level, to improve. She did some research before beginning to teach poetry and followed the advice of an expert to start by using real objects to help stimulate creative thought. We started looking at things like rocks and leaves and feathers and seashells, Billman said. We felt them and we described them to get their juices going. I gave them little pieces of paper and I told them that was their poem notebook, and that if they had an idea to jot it down. So, we worked from that. The poetry lessons were somewhat laborious, Billman said. Every day, they would try to work on an idea. We spent at least a month on it. We worked on it daily, for 30 minutes, she said. She would begin with a group lesson and then the students would write, independently. She made her way about the room, conferring with individual students. At the end of each lesson, theyd share.POET, from page 1Billman said shed remind students that the path to good writing is practice. It doesnt matter where you are. Wherever you are, youre going to get better, the teacher said. Besides earning recognition and publication, Sam received a free book and $25 to purchase a $50 U.S. Savings Bond. Sam will be 17 when that bond matures and he already has plans for the money, his mom said. Hes such a giving little boy, he says to me: Im going to be rich when Im 17. Im going to be able to help you pay the taxes, Adrienne Johnson said. Members of the Republican party have a fews days left to cast a ballot in the Presidential Preference Primary. Democrats cannot cast ballots because Florida is a closed primary state. Early voting ends Saturday, Jan. 28, and the primary date is Tuesday, Jan. 31. A voter must present both picture and signature identification. A Florida driver license or identification card will meet those requirements. Voters can walk in to any early voting site. Nearby sites are:A few days remain for early voting 14236 Sixth St. Dade City 2818 Collier Parkway Land OLakes 34043 SR 54 Zephyrhills Hours are Tuesday, Jan. 24-Friday, Jan. 27, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Saturday, Jan. 28, 9 a.m.-5p.m. 2902 West Bearss Ave. Tampa 10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Tampa 12022 Anderson Road Tampa Hours are daily through Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Campaign timeElection year is here in all its red, white and blue glory. Between now and Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 6, campaigns will gear up and voters will get a chance to learn about candidates. To assist voters in making informed choices, The Laker/Lutz News will print notices of campaign events received two weeks in advance. In the interest of fairness to all candidates, The Laker/Lutz News will not cover campaign events limited to one candidate and will not endorse candidates. Please send notices of campaign events to cnews@cnewspubs.com. Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss proposed improvements to the intersection of North Dale Mabry Highway and North Lakeview Drive South in northern Hillsborough County. The proposed improvements include the addition of two westbound left turn lanes and a modified right turn lane to a shared through right turn lane, construction of bicycle lanes and sidewalks, new traffic signals and poles, street lighting modifications, repaving, and closure of the median closest to the intersection. Construction is expected to begin in the summer and cost $2.4 million. County staff will attend the meeting to discuss the details of the project and answer any questions residents may have. The meeting will be at Northdale Recreation Center, 15550 Spring Pine Drive. Laker/Lutz News S taff ReportPublic invited to discuss improvement of intersection on North Dale Mabry The StormLeaves shaking Feathers falling A storm is coming. Wind blowing Rain dripping A storm is near. Lightning cracking Thunder booming A storm is here! S am Johnson, M cKitrick Elementary

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Community SportsCommunity SportsBy Jeff Odom and Kyle LoJaconoThe Steinbrenner boys soccer team must forfeit nine wins and two ties and give up the top seed in this weeks Class 4A-District 8 tournament,but avoids major sanctions after an internal investigation into using an ineligible player. Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) spokesman Corey Sobers said they were informed one of the Warriorsplayers was living outside Steinbrenners district and had falsified information to gain admittance to the school. There was an allegation made and at that point our compliance department asked them to look into it,Sobers said. They did end up finding that there was an issue. The FHSAA ruled on Jan.19 an ineligible player had been used in 12 contests this year.The Warriors had to forfeit all those games,one of which was already a loss, dropping their record from 11-2-2 to 2-13. The two victories the squad keeps came after the ineligible player was removed. Once an ineligible player plays in a game forfeiture is mandatory and automatic,Sobers said. The student was deemed ineligible Jan.5 and was removed from the squad.He cannot participate in any FHSAA contests with any school for one year as a penalty for falsifying information. The Laker/Lutz News has learned the player at the center of the investigation is Ryan Kennedy.The junior midfielder attended Martinez Middle in Lutz before moving to Steinbrenner when the school opened in 2009.He has been on the Warriorssquad the last three seasons before his name was removed from their roster for their game against Plant on Jan.6. Steinbrenner junior forward Logan Siben said he attended Martinez with Kennedy from sixth through eighth grade.He said he knew Kennedy lived in Pasco County,but thought he was on special assignment. We did not recruit him by any means, Siben said.Hes gone to Hillsborough schools since sixth grade. Kennedy recently withdrew from Steinbrenner,and his Facebook page says he is now attending Mitchell High in Trinity. Kennedy declined to comment for this story. Steinbrenner went 5-0 in 4A-8 play this year,but all of those games were before Jan. 5.Forfeiting the district contests dropped the Warriors from the top seed to No.6. Sobers said Steinbrenner is eligible for the postseason because the player has been removed from the team.Provided there are no additional ineligible players on the squad,the Warriors wont have to worry about the any playoff appearance being vacated. The school wasnt found to have any wrongdoing,Sobers said.The student falsified information.Its not like the school was involved in helping him do it or recruited him. Sobers said Steinbrenner wont have to forfeit any part of past seasons. It wouldnt be a situation when you go back in time and punish someone last year and then punish them again this year going forward,Sobers said. Sobers said the school will receive no fines or probation because of the case and added the FHSAA is not performing any investigation into the program and the case is closed. I think the FHSAA made the right decision,said Steinbrenner athletic director Eddie Henderson.It was fair and just. The Warriorsdrop to the No.6 seed in the district moves Freedom up to the top spot and Gaither to No.2.Sickles takes over the No.3 seed,with Wiregrass Ranch and Chamberlain becoming Nos.4 and 5,respectively. Siben said losing the top seed is just extra motivation for the squad,which is looking for the first district championship in the programs three-year history. We deserve to be (on) top,we just have to put in the work to prove thats where we belong once again,Siben said.He then added,Only according to FHSAA were winless.In our minds we are still undefeated in our district,and we will still go out with our best and play our best to prove that we are the best team in our district,region and state.Just because we dropped rankings in district because of a faulty player means nothing.The top-two seeds in the six-team district receive byes to the semifinals, meaning the Nos.1 and 2 squads only have to win one game in order to earn a playoff berth.I look at (it) as an extra game,Siben said.We were previously having a bye to the semis,now we get to play a game then semis.More of a preparation in my eyes. The Warriors host the 4A-8 tournament Jan.25-28,with the championship on Saturday,Jan.28 at 7 p.m.Steinbrenner plays Sickles in the opening round on Wednesday, Jan.25 at 8 p.m.If the Lutz program wins it would play Gaither in the semifinals on Thursday,Jan.26 at 8 p.m.Steinbrenner avoids major FHSAA sanctions 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com January 25,2012 14 By Jeff OdomAs Steinbrenner boys basketball coach Steve Williams follows his team onto the Warriorshome court for pregame warmups,a blank basketball banner hanging along the gym rafters catches his eye. Whats missing is a year marking a district championship season. For two seasons,the Warriors found themselves at the basement of their district with only seven total wins.They sat quietly behind county powerhouses Jesuit and Robinson. But now,everything has changed. Steinbrenner (8-6) has made big improvements and has clinched the No.3 seed in Class 7A-District 9 tournament,which is at Chamberlain Feb.7-10. Williams credits the playersindividual efforts on and off the court to their success. The guys have really committed to developing the basketball program,Williams said. He then added,Weve tried to convince them that if they become better individual players during the offseason,and if they commit to becoming a team during the season,the outcome of a lot of the ballgames will be more positive.There were a lot of question marks coming into this season as the Warriors moved up in classification and lost a host of graduates. That left Williams,a member of the University of Florida mens basketball team from 1970-74,and assistant coach Rob Wagner with a roster filled with holes.But they knew with the returning players in leadership roles,a transition would be easier.I thought last year that Tobi Antigha and David Chiles provided senior leadership and got us on track,Williams said.And this season,(Joey Maloney and Isaiah Goncalves) have taken charge and theyve done a good job not only leading on the basketball court,but off the court as well.Theyre leading by example and actually putting forth the effort in practice and its carrying over to the game as well.Steinbrenner has already nabbed victories over district foes Gaither,Freedom and Wiregrass Ranch to begin their ascent to the top of the district early on. Williams says those big wins and the ability to deal with the pressure situations helped his young squad know it can compete on the same level as top area schools, which could be a boost headed into the district tournament.We believe that its going to be a wide open tournament,Williams said.I think that all of the teams are very competitive and its going to make for a very interesting tournament. Anyone can win that tournament. The Warriors have found themselves in a rough stretch lately,with five losses in six games.But Williams says the team has what it takes to break out of the slump with talent across the board,including 6-foot-5 freshman Jack Frank, who is averaging 10.2 points and 7.7 rebounds.I think that Jack has the potential to be an outstanding basketball player,Williams said.I can see a big time talent in him.Hes working hard,and I believe hell be very recruitable when it comes to his junior season. Hes an excellent student,hes a smart young man and very tough. For the seniors,the success the team has reached this year is three years in the making.Maloney,who has a team-high 14.6 points per game this year,has used the first two losing seasons as motivation for more success during his senior season.I think after we won our first couple of games,it made everyone want to compete more,Maloney said.Weve always been the underdog since we opened,so were used to that,but this is such an even district and were happy with that.We just want to swoop in for the win and shock everyone.For Williams,seeing the team winning its first district championship and putting up its first banner would be special,but hes building for something much greater down the road. It would mean a lot to me,but more so to this basketball program especially these graduating seniors,Williams said.We took those guys as sophomores and weve been very patient with them and weve put a lot of pressure on them.Weve told them from day one,every time we lace up our sneakers were preparing to win a state championship,and thats my goal by the end of the fourth year. Maloney added,its been difficult losing throughout his high school career,but he hopes to go out a winner in his final season. Since freshman year (at Gaither),Ive wanted to be a winner,Maloney said.I havent been able to do that and I want to leave here on a good note. The Warriors host Wharton on Tuesday, Jan.24 at 8 p.m.Williams building Warriors into contender Steinbrenner rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr.Ht. 3 Ralph Johnson PG Jr.5-10 4 John Marc Carrier PG/SG Jr.5-9 11 KeShawn Ingram PG/SG So.5-10 13 Kevin SnyderSG/PG So.5-8 15 Rhett Curtiss W/SG Sr.6-0 20 Christian Moore F So.6-1 21 Bryce Nickles F/C So.6-6 22 Jack Frank F/C Fr.6-5 23 Isaiah Goncalves PG/SG Sr.5-10 25Tyler Pope F/C Sr.6-4 31 Joey Maloney F/C Sr.6-6 32 Martin Emmanuel C Jr.6-4 33 Drake Wagner SG/F Jr.6-3

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Land OLakes (14-6-3) claimed the district championship,its first since 2003,by defeating the Wildcats (9-11) 3-0 in the finals on Jan.20,but both teams earned a postseason spot by making the title game.The Gators got goals from Arielle Le-Tran, Makenzie Fish and Alexa Satmary. Wesley Chapel beat Sunlake (7-9-6) 2-0 in the first semifinals on Jan.18 and the Gators took down the Bulldogs (10-9-2) by the same score in the later contest. The Wildcats were the No.1 seed in the event,a huge turnaround from a program that went 10-65 the previous five seasons including 3-10-2 last year when Michelle Clark became their coach. This team came together with a lot of girls who might not have been soccer players from the time they were young,but theyre athletes and they have heart,Clark said.To go from last place in the district a year ago to first place in the district this year,and to be competing at this level,I cannot even explain how proud I am. Clark was accustomed to making the postseason while at Land OLakes,where she helped the Gators make regionals three straight seasons from 1996-98,but said she was more nervous before the semis this year than any game when she played. There was a lot on their shoulders,Clark said a.Everybody told them its up to you to change the history at this school,and we already have,but to win tonight was just that next step.I knew it wasnt going to happen overnight.I knew if I could show them what the potential was they could do anything. Tess Gemberling,who missed all of last year with a torn ACL,set up the Wildcatsfirst goal against Sunlake in the 29th minute on a corner kick buried home by Briana Rosario. Gemberling added a score of her own in the first minute of the second half when she slipped past three Seahawks defenders and hit a bullet past goalkeeper Sydney Sullivan. Wed beaten them twice before,so I knew we could do it if we played as well as we did before,said Gemberling,as senior.I was anxious and a little nervous,but we just kept telling each other we could do it. Tori Drum helped preserve the shutout by blocking a free kick from 5 yards out of the penalty box in the final minute.The defender was forced from the game after hurting her right calf with 12 minutes left in the contest, but returned for the final moments. It cramped earlier,and when I went to go shield my goalie I got kicked in the back of the leg and it got worse,Drum said.It was worth it to save a goal. While the Wildcats were qualifying for their first playoff berth,Land OLakes was starting a new streak.The Gators had their 11-year run of postseason appearances stopped last year. One year was long enough,said 25-year Land OLakes coach Vicky King. The 2-0 victory over Zephyrhills was even more exciting for Le-Tran,who missed districts last year with a torn ACL. To get back to the playoffs my senior year is super exciting,Le-Tran said.They beat us twice this season,but we knew its very hard to beat a team three times in one season.We came in with a lot of confidence. Land OLakes goalkeeper Ariana Bailey made seven saves to preserve the shutout.Catherine Gray put in her own rebound in the 28th minute to open up the scoring,and Alyssa Lonsway added an insurance goal in the 75th.It was very satisfying to get that goal at the end,said Lonsway,who leads the Gators with 11 goals after playing defense last year.We all kept pushing and because the whole team did that I was able to score at the end.Wesley Chapel makes first postseason Wharton comes up just shortThe Wharton girls soccer team played Newsome to a 2-2 tie through regulation and overtime on Jan.18,but lost in penalty kicks one game short of making the postseason. The Wildcats (12-6-3) and the Wolves (10-2-1) needed extra penalty kicks to decide the Class 5A-Distict 7 semifinals contest after each scored on its first eight attempts.Newsomes Maria Cate broke the tie to end Whartons season. Newsome scored first when Taylor Decaire put in the first of her two tallies.The Wildcats answered with second half goals by Leah Chisolm and Ashni Deschenes.Wharton goalkeeper Heather Montgomery made 11 saves. Kyle LoJacono Girls soccer regional quarterfinals*Mitchell @ Land O Lakes,7 p.m. Bartow @ Steinbrenner,7 p.m. Wesley Chapel @ River Ridge 7 p.m. Freedom @ Lakeland Jenkins,at 7 p.m. Bishop McLaughlin @ Bradenton Saint Stephens,at 3:30 p.m. *All games on Tuesday,Jan.24

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Chris Parra reaches 1,000 pointsWiregrass Ranch boys basketball player Chris Parra scored his 1,000 career point in a 72-67 win over Class 7A-District 9 rival Freedom on Jan.18.The junior guard put up 23 in the victory,finishing the contest with 1,010 for his career. Parra,who transferred from Wesley Chapel this year,added 40 combined points in games at Gaither and Wharton on Jan.20 and 21,respectively.He is second on the squad with 18.3 points per game while adding 3.5 rebounds,2.7 steals and 2.6 assists. The Bulls are currently 11-8,6-2 in 7A-9 play.They play at River Ridge on Wednesday, Jan.25 at 7:30 p.m.Duo compete in All-American gameLutz residents Hunter Watts,11,and Chris Sheppard,10,competed in the national Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Dec.2630 in Texas.The two were selected as members of the South White team. The duo practiced at the University of Texas and other locations throughout the state before playing in games against other regional teams.Hunter played quarterback and Watts was selected as a cornerback,but also saw time at slot receiver and running back. Hunter ran for two touchdowns and added another through the air to help the squad win the championship game in two overtimes in Cowboys Stadium. Both kids played for the Lutz Chiefs of the Tampa Bay Youth Football League during the 2011 fall season.Club basketball tryouts Jan.27The Land O Lakes Gators club basketball team is having tryouts for a boys sixth-grade squad on Friday,Jan.27 from 7-9 p.m.at First Baptist Church of Land O Lakes,5105 School Road.The Gators,which formed 12 years ago, compete in AAU,USSSA and YBOA sanctioned events in the Tampa Bay area. For more information,call coach Tedd Poore at (813) 739-9381 or email tedd.thomas@techhealth.com. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Renae Rizer is a passionate woman who lives life furiously, both at home and at her business. When she took up biking, she bought a beautiful royal blue Harley and in just six years put on 80,000 miles including biking the infamous Tail of the Dragon in Cherokee, N.C., last summer with a girlfriend. As a single Mom, she takes her kids camping when most Moms prefer to stay home. This Christmas, Renae and her children, Anthony and Randee Wright, went camping on the Suwanee River and spent the holiday kayaking and fishing for bass and catfish. When Renae bought Speedy Auto in north Land O Lakes last August, she and her fiance, Rick Kohler, spent two months cleaning, remodeling and decorating her new business before she opened the doors on Oct. 10. The inviting black and white checkered motif reflects a womans touch, something seldom found at an automotive repair shop. I didnt want to open until everything was perfect, said Renae. I know how important first impressions are and I wanted my shop to be sparkling clean and the remodeling completely finished , said Renae. Renae is new to the auto service business, but her chief mechanic is not. Rick, who grew up in Land O Lakes, spent a dozen years in Tallahassee as an auto mechanic and worked his way up to managing two tire shops. I know what it takes to get a job done and we set our labor prices accordingly, said Rick. Our hourly rate is 25 percent less than most shops, plus we get the job done faster, so our customers really save money.Many service shops charge the recommended labor charge designated by the manufacturers, regardless of how long the job takes to complete. We only charge for our actual time. Our prices are very fair and always honest, Rick said.Renae invites customers into the work bay so Rick can show them what the problem is and discuss the options with the customer. People need to fix what they can afford to fix. We help then come up with a plan that works with their budget, said Renae. I want every customer to leave satisfied. About a third of the shops business is in tires. Renae can get any brand a customer wants and typically does the job the same day. Like her auto service work, Renaes goal is to save her customers significant money on tires. We had a customer last week who told us he saved $180 on a set of tires when he compared our price to that of a national chain tire store, said Renae. That was so satisfying to hear. First Place Tire & Auto Service in located on US41, just south of SR 52. It is open six days a week to 6:30 p.m. to accommodate customers in north Land O Lakes, many whom commute to Tampa for work and appreciate the evening and weekend hours. 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The Hurricanes (13-5-3) got on the board first in the 23rd minute when Spencer Valdespino fired a bullet that snuck past Patriots (7-3) goalkeeper Maddie Peek. I thought it was a really intense game right from the beginning,Valdespino said. Im almost at a loss for words because its my senior season.To go to regionals my senior season is awesome. CDS tied the contest in the 27th minute when Taylor Tippett scored. Rickelle Vetzel put Bishop McLaughlin back on top when she tapped in a cross from Katie Hellman that whizzed past Peeks outstretched hands.The Hurricanes went ahead for good when Corrie Bexley scored off a corner kick to go into the half with a 3-1 lead.CDS did not go quietly however,narrowing the lead to one in the 8th minute of the second half when Jaden Edwards kicked found the back of the net off deflection by Bishop McLaughlin goalkeeper Emily Hernandez.The Hurricanes scored their final goal 12 minutes after halftime thanks to Vetzels second goal of the night. It was a good game,our defense was very strong,Hernandez said. The Patriots were chasing the ball all night and were constantly on their toes thanks to Valdespinos quick feet and even quicker shot.It was her constant charges into CDS territory that made life easier for Vetzel and the rest of the Hurricanesfrontline. The win secured Bishop McLaughlin a spot in Friday nights district title match a feat that was made doubly hard when the Hurricanes lost their two best defenders, Angie Vascimini and Andrea Broad,to ACL tears this season. It was tough with them,said Bishop McLaughlin coach Tim Gronau.Theyre a big part of our defense,and weve been trying to fit puzzle pieces together the whole season.Its been a challenge. 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Get Shen Yun Tickets Today REVIVING 5,000 YEARS OF CIVILIZATION.ALL-NEW SHOW WITH LIVE ORCHESTRA Presented by Falun Dafa Association of Florida www.ShenYun2012.comSTRAZ CENTER, TAMPA, MARCH 3-4Ticketing Box: 888-974-3698 Straz Center: 813-229-Star Hotline: 813-438-2112 Have you heard of the China known as e Land of the Divine? Ancient myths and legends throughout history record that the Middle Kingdom was continually guided by celestial beings. Traditional Chinese culture attributes all aspects of its civilization to the heavens, including its script, medicine, attire, music, and classical Chinese dance. It is this tradition of divinely inspired culture that Shen Yun Performing Arts will be presenting in Tampa, March 3-4. Shen Yun has toured the world for ve seasons, sharing the beauty of this lost culture through classical Chinese dance. Classical Chinese dance is one of the most comprehensive dance systems in the world. Dynasty aer dynasty, it was passed down among the people, in imperial palaces and ancient plays. ousands of years have rened it into a distinctive dance system embodying traditional aesthetics. One of the strengths of classical Chinese dance is its expressivity. It can vividly depict a wide range of emotions and portray any cherished virtue righteousness, loyalty, benevolence, and tolerance. It can be masculine and vigorous, so and graceful, somber and stirring, playful and humorous. Such range is achieved through bearing and form. Bearing describes the physical expression of ones inner spirit. Spirit leads to movement, thus bearing leads to form. Form refers to Chinese dances external appearance hundreds of unique movements and postures. An accomplished performer makes them appear eortless, but they require a perfect coordination of the entire body that takes years of rigorous training. A dancers every cell from toes to ngertips, from the angle of the head to the direction of the gazemust be in perfect harmony. Classical Chinese dance also has an extensive array of techniquesjumps, spins, ips, aerials and other very dicult tumbling moves. ese supplement and enhance the dances expressive powers while adding vigorous physicality. And yet, classical Chinese dance is still mostly unfamiliar to the West. But that is quickly changing. Shen Yun is the worlds premier Chinese music and dance company; promoting an authentic form of classical Chinese dance is part of its mission. Based in New York, Shen Yun is very dierent from companies coming out of China. And with 5,000 years of civilization to draw from, Shen Yun has plenty of source material. rough dance, Terracotta Warriors awaken from the dust, the Song Dynasty general Yue Fei comes to life, Monkey King and Pigsy escape another sticky situation, maidens grace a heavenly palace, drummers shake the yellow plateaus of the Middle Kingdom. I probably have reviewed over 3,000 to 4,000 shows since 1942, that still cannot compare to what I saw tonight. I will give this production 5 Stars, thats the top! e best word to use was mind blowing!Richard Connema Critic for Talkin BroadwayIts absolutely beautiful, it was so inspiring, I think I may have found some new ideas for the next Avatar. It was a very unique performance. I come away with feeling like a better human being for having experienced this magnicent event. It speaks not only to my intellect, but it speaks to my heart. It was a complete edifying experience of the human spirit.Omega Medina Director at American Radio Network Robert Stromberg Oscar winner and Production Designer The Chinese Renaissance, Through Dance What audience members say about Shen Yun:Ticketingbox.com Strazcenter.orgSHENYUN2012.COM By Kyle LoJaconoThe Academy at the Lakes boys basketball team watched as their girl counterparts won a district championship and reached the Class 1A regional finals a year ago. The deep playoff march came a season after the girls went 0-15.The Wildcats (11-6) boys heard all the talk and praise directed toward the other side of their gym,which helped inspire them to the best start in the programs six-year history.You bet it spurred them, said third-year academy coach Tom Haslam,who is the schools athletic director.It puts a little pressure on you to work harder.For one thing they get all the articles written about them;get a lot of pats on the back.I think our guys wanted that.It also showed them they can go from being not very good to very good in a short period of time.Freshman guard Ethan Haslam,Toms son,added,We used what the girls did as an example.Going from 0-15 to regional finals is just unheard of.Change can happen,and you just have to believe. The Wildcats went 7-18 last season,but they feel a fast turnaround is possible given a new commitment to the program. I thought wed be better because this past summer was the first time we played in a summer league,Tom said.Our nonfootball players played in a fall league,so just by getting them together more I thought wed be better.Our numbers are a lot better,too. Weve got 16 players between varsity and JV now,and the most wed ever had was 12. The squad only lost one player to graduation and got a few new players,including Freedom transfer Abaz Igwe,a junior forward/guard. Were really starting to connect and run plays in game,said Igwe,who is averaging 9.1 points,4.9 rebounds and 3.1 steals. Were going to be great I think.Having time together in practice is already helping,and I see us getting better. Tom said six of their players also played six-man football for the academys squad that reached the state quarterfinals.Having to practice without some starters threw the Wildcats into a bit of early disarray. We got our football players back and played a game two days later,Tom said. Then we had Thanksgiving,midterms, Christmas,so with our whole team we havent had a lot of practices and our execution wasnt there yet. Senior guard Jarrett Harvey,who has 8.6 points per game,is one of those football players.The running back came to the private school last year and helped get the football team to a 10-2 record this season and to back-to-back postseasons. I feel like everything is getting better with sports here,Harvey said.Not just football and basketball,but soccer,baseball, everything.This whole program is changing and Im glad to be a part of it. Things may already be turning for the Wildcats.The squad defeated Zephyrhills 4843 in overtime on Jan.5.Ethan,who is posting a team-high 18 points and 3.7 steals, hit a 3-pointer as time expired to send the game to the extra period. Ethan,Igwe and Harvey said they felt things starting to click in that contest. We came back to tie it at the end and won in overtime,Harvey said.Ethan hit a big shot.I think everyone started to get their basketball mojo going. Tom wants to see the offense flow better but thinks it will with more practice and as the young squad matures. We have two seniors,and only Jarrett gets significant playing time,Tom said.Well be young again next year.Our first seven guys have one senior and one junior.The rest are freshmen and sophomores. Tom knows the squad has a long way to go if it is to reach its first postseason,but has difficultly hiding his excitement when talking about what is possible. Everything is great right now,Tom said with a huge smile.Were in a lot of games and were going to win a lot more games. The last two years I loved the kids,but it was hard to go out and get beat the way we were losing.We got beat badly a lot of nights,and thats not happening now.Its just a different atmosphere,and the kids feel better about themselves.The academy is ranked second in Class 2A-District 8 behind only Cambridge Christian (16-2).The Wildcats host the district tournament Feb.7-11.The championship is on Saturday,Feb.11 at 7 p.m.All stats as recorded to Maxpreps.com by coaches.SPORTS Academy at the Lakes rosterNo.Player Pos.Yr. 1 Kalique Jones SG So. 2 Ahkil McGill PG So. 3 Ethan Haslam SG/PG Fr. 4 Abaz Igwe F/SG Jr. 5 Jarrett Harvey SG/PG Sr. 10 Tony Arrington PG/SG Jr. 13 Bobby Smith C Sr. 15 Cody Breaux SG So. 23Evan Gordy PF/C So. 25 Blake Bernard SG So. 32 Mikey Mauger F Fr.Wildcats boys out to claim some spotlight CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 January 25,2012 19

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