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Call AttorneyJIMHOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured PeopleHOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at LawI Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Serving Lutz/OdessaLutz NEWS Carrollwood Day School reaches another milestoneWhen Mary Kanter began her career at Carrollwood Day School,the school was a very different place. We were in a storefront on Gunn Highway.I think it was just 3and 4-yearolds.We used to take them out to parade in the parking lot,said Kanter,beginning her 28th year at the school. Now,Kanter is the head of school and CDS serves children from age 2 through 12th grade,with students coming from numerous communities including Lutz, Odessa,Carrollwood,Westchase,Wesley Chapel,Land OLakes and New Tampa. All together,the schools enrollment When Jason Stokes became Gaithers football coach in January,one of the things he wanted to instill was a since of pride in the community. The Cowboys took a step toward bettering their community by volunteering at Metropolitan MinistriesKitchen, Warehouse,& Outreach Center in Hillsborough County on Saturday,Aug.6. Its something I really believe in,Stokes said.Ive had my teams do it since back when I was at Bloomingdale.We didnt do Metropolitan Ministries,but other charities like it.It helps give the team a since of what is really important. Stokes coached at Bloomingdale in 2008 and Middleton the last two years before coming to Gaither.He sees it as an opportunity to teach his players while they make a difference. Its important to realize how blessed you really are,Stokes said.You see a lot of people with a lot of dignity who fell on hard times.It teaches the kids to appreciate everything they have.I tell the kids you should always do nice things like this because everything comes full circle.Its a good habit to have.These kids will be fathers some day and I want them to have their kids give back in the future too.Members of both the Cowboys varsity and junior varsity squads,as well as coaches took time out of their weekend to help out.It was nice to get out there and give back,said senior defensive back Tyler McCollum.Coach Stokes is always talking about accountability and doing the right things and this is just another way we can show we are doing the right things. Everyone really liked getting a chance to give back and know they are making a difference. McCollum said it was the first time the team has done a project like this during his time on the squad.He added the players didnt mind putting in the time on a hot summer weekend. It made all of us feel good,McCollum said.It was hot and sure there were other things we could have been doing on a Saturday,but we know how much it means to the people we helped.Thats a really cool thing. The Cowboys did whatever the workers at Metropolitan Ministries needed for the day. We had a large group,so they separated us to help with a few different projects, Stokes said.We had some working in the outreach center,some in the food bank, some working in the thrift store and some in the warehouse and stuffing back to TheLAKERUnder the lights High school football starts Aug.26Team ROSTERS and SCHEDULES inside our special pull-out section! Critical ears drive blind critics reviews Jay Forry lost his eyesight when he was 28 due to complications of juvenile diabetes,but that didnt stop him from becoming a movie critic. Indeed,the loss of his vision may have led him down that path. After he became blind he began attending Pasco-Hernando Community College,where someone asked him to write for the newspaper. He decided to do movie reviews.It was somewhat as a lark,but the reviews were popular and now,at 52,Forrys views on movies are heard on radio stations all over the country and even on a syndicated show in the United Kingdom.Most recently,the Wesley Chapel man appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Forry said the invitation to appear on Kimmels show stemmed partially from exposure he received by doing a featurette called Using your Hearing. In that short film,Forry describes how he uses the sound effects in a movie a crackling fire place,waves crashing into a ship,the sound of wind wailing in the background to help establish whats happening in the story. On his appearance with Kimmel,the movie critics self-deprecating humor was obvious. During the interview,Forry was telling the talk show host about his least favorite movie,which he noted,Kimmel probably had not seen. Without missing a beat,Kimmel quipped:Neither did you! The comment cracked up both men and elicited uproarious laughter from the crowd. Forry said he enjoys all sorts of movies,with suspense thrillers perhaps Cowboys come up big for the community

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com As Saint Leo University students head to classes this week for the beginning of a new school year,the new building housing the Donald R.Tapia School of Business is the big news on campus. The $12 million building,which exceeds 48,000 square feet,is the first new classroom building on the Saint Leo campus in decades. It is designed to take full advantage of technological tools available to enhance teaching and learning,while at the same time it seeks to create an atmosphere that fosters collaboration among faculty and students. University officials are jazzed. The opportunities really are limitless, said Michael Nastanski,dean of the Donald R.Tapia School of Business.The dean said he tells faculty members that the universitys potential accomplishments are only limited by our imagination and our willingness to commit to the outcome. On a basic level,the new structure provides space needed to accommodate burgeoning growth.It also brings everyone in the business school under the same roof. The natural outcome of bringing students and faculty into the same building is the opportunity for more interactions. Taking that notion one step farther,the building has gathering spaces and breakout rooms designed to spur collaboration among students and between students and their teachers. The idea is to encourage students to work in teams,chat about ideas that came up during class and confer with faculty members. The faculty are going to be much more closely intertwined with the students,predicted Lynn Wilson,a professor of management,human resources and international business at the university. He offers this example:The students are in one of the breakout rooms working on a case and the instructor is (in an office) 40 feet away,50 feet away,or maybe at worse one floor up or down. Stepping down the hallway or riding an elevator up or down a floor is a whole lot easier than running across campus to talk to a professor who is three buildings away especially when its raining,Wilson said. For the campus students,its going to create such an excitement,said Phil Hatlem,an instructor in sport business. Whether theyre business students or not, theres a buzz on campus already. In addition to its spacious and attractive quarters,the new building has another big advantage:It is outfitted with cutting-edge technology. The idea is to prepare students to be competitive in a global market place, Nastanski said. The 18-,19and 20-year-old coming in here is tech-savvy and totally connected to the Web.Now,were going to leverage that technology what theyre comfortable with to stimulate learning in the classroom.That is the ultimate goal,Nastanski said. The university also has been working with faculty members to help them take full advantage of the technology,said Claudia Ruiz,assistant director of instructional technology. Some classrooms are equipped with four interactive screens,while others have two. The interactive screens allow faculty members to involve students in various activities at the same time.For instance,some students can be reading a CNN report,while a small group is doing an exercise it will share with the class.At the same time,others can be putting together a spreadsheet or working on a particular formula. Instead of standing behind a podium,the professor can move about the room,stopping to ask questions,field queries and provide direction. Its about collaboration,interaction,engagement and active learning.Thats what were aiming for,Ruiz said. The teachers will be able to use different modes of instructional delivery and students will be able to engage in different learning styles. The technology also will allow distance learners to see whats happening on all of the interactive screens in the classroom and to hear what the professor is saying,Ruiz said.And,students at the Saint Leo campus will be able to listen to lectures offered by experts in different locales. The changes in technology will give faculty members more tools,but the university recognizes that faculty members will need some time and professional training to make full use of the tools. To that end,a team of professors will be helping their colleagues to see how the technology can be harnessed for their dayto-day work. We know that the unknown sometimes is threatening,Ruiz said,but those concerns may be lessened when peers are learning from each other. Students will be using tools of technology that are commonly used in workplaces, Ruiz said.The technical skills they develop should give them an edge over other job candidates when they graduate,she said. The new facility also has enabled the university to add a computer science program, Nastanski said.Students will learn how to write software,debug systems and to prevent cyber crimes,among other things. University officials also consider the new building a draw for leaders in business,industry and economic development. The building can accommodate receptions,board meetings and conferences. The university isnt wasting any time reaching out to business leaders. The first day here,we had 12 presidents and vice presidents from major corporations in here talking to us about how to take what weve built and help industry, Nastanski said. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 In 1988,registered nurse Carol Springer founded Gulfside Regional Hospice as a way to help treat people with end-of-life care in New Port Richey. The fledgling organization was lucky to help 50 people a year in the early stages,but today the nonprofit treats 300 patients a day more than 15,000 a year from all corners of Pasco. Gulfsides efforts were recently recognized by the Pasco County Commission with a special resolution honoring it as one of the top charitable groups in the area. By winning this award,we hope hospice awareness in the community will increase,said Gulfside chief executive officer Linda Ward.Our team and staff are dedicated end-of-life professionals providing very essential care to all of our patients and their loved ones. Pasco Commissioner Jack Mariano presented the resolution to Gulfside. Its a special group,Mariano said.All they do is help people in their hardest time. I congratulate them for everything they do. Ward said she was overjoyedwith the resolution. The interdisciplinary approach to hospice is the core of what we do,Ward said. Our doctors,and nurses,and chaplains, aids,volunteers and everyone work together.The mission is to serve patients who have chronic illness and life-threatening situations.The crux of hospice care is to alleviate pain and provide comfort while assisting in the quality of life.Everyone here believes in that and its a very heart-felt approach to serving our population. The care extends past the patient. Its the family and loved ones as well, Ward said.Its a holistic approach and it takes a lot of coordination to handle all that. Listening to all the needs and alleviating stress and pain so they can spend the rest of the time they have left with the people they love.Its really wonderful to watch. Ward has been with Gulfside for seven years and has seen the organization grow into what it is today.When I started we had just 50 patients and just the New Port Richey center,Ward said.At that time,hospice really started to grow as did our understanding of everything it takes to help our patients.People needed more training to understand those clinical approaches we use.We started partnering with the hospitals and nursing homes and then started building our own free-standing in-patient facilities for intense care.The newest free-standing site was the Zephyrhills location,which opened in February 2010.Today,Gulfside has six locations for hospice and bereavement services, along with five thrift shops designed to raise money to pay for care provided. Ward said its the more than 250 employees and 550 volunteers who make Gulfsides efforts possible. Its not always easy working in hospice care,Ward said.My job is to nurture our staff because there are days when we may have 10 deaths,but on the other end there are the people they help each day. Ward said the future of Gulfside is learning how to continue offering end-of-life care in a changing healthcare industry. The goal is to keep the hospice industry stable because a lot of things are changing with new regulations starting up,Ward said. Were at a really crucial time.Were being audited and looked at very strictly by all the Medicare and Medicaid services.Some of the scrutiny is getting more intense,so were preparing for the future of care.The second goal is to continue to partner with more and new hospitals and retirement homes to offer more people this kind of care. For more information about Gulfside Regional Hospice,call (727) 845-5707 or visit www.GRHospice.org. Breastfeeding infants may be healthy for both mother and child,but many new moms find mastering the technique somewhat daunting. Pasco County Health Officer Dr.David Johnson said breastfeeding is very natural, but is a learned behavior and not something that comes instinctively to mothers. Support is a major component of successful breastfeeding and helping mothers to overcome obstacles creates a strong foundation for a babys health,Johnson said. Current research shows that when mothers receive help and support from those surrounding them,including their family, employer and healthcare providers it ultimately leads to a more successful breastfeeding experience.August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month and the state health department is offering support to help mothers,especially new ones,through its county chapters.It has created a program called Women,Infants and Children (WIC) to offer additional support for breastfeeding.One mother in Pasco who has received help from WIC is Miriam Gatian,who has a 4-month-old daughter named Alyssa.Her consultant,Teresa Del Negro,helped remove any doubts in her mind about the benefits of breastfeeding. I am so thankful for the (WIC) breastfeeding peer counseling program,Gatian said.I have gone through some pretty rough times in the beginning with breastfeeding where I was doubting myself and really needed to talk to someone about breastfeeding.Being able to talk to Teresa Del Negro really gave me the boost I needed to have the confidence in my ability in being a good mom to my baby. In Hillsborough,the county health department has partnered with St.Josephs Womens Hospital to raise awareness about breastfeeding. We will have educational materials available,including the Hillsborough County Task Forces Resource Guide for new moms and families who might be interested in breastfeeding support,said Walter Niles, manager of the Hillsborough County Health Departments Office of Health Equity. St.Josephs lactation specialist Jessica Gordon adds,Breastfeeding can be one of the most enjoyable experiences for a new mother,and the health benefits are significant in both mother and baby. Gordon said most of the benefits happen if a child is breastfed exclusively for the first six months of life. Benefits include:Breastfeeding encourages the brain growth and development in babies and helps babies reach their full intellectual potential.Breastfed babies are one-third less likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome. Breastfed babies have fewer illnesses, are less likely to be hospitalized in the first year of life and have milder effects when illness does happen. Breastfed babies are less likely to develop respiratory infections,ear infections, childhood diabetes and certain cancers. Breastfed babies are less likely to grow into overweight children. Breastfeeding helps to reduce the risk of breast and ovarian cancer for women. Breastfeeding provides a bonding connection for mother and baby. Women interested in more information on local WIC programs should call (877) 942-2329 or visit www.FloridaWIC.org. To learn more about Hillsboroughs program,call (813) 307-8000 or visit www.hillscountyhealth.org.For more information on St.Josephs Womens Hospitals services for breastfeeding mothers,call (813) 879-4730.Benefits of mothers milk Gulfside Regional honored for nonprofit work Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. Suite 102 Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 813.949.8411www.brittendental.comNEW PATIENTS & CHILDREN WELCOME WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANSOFFERING INTEREST FREE FINANCING213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452 Excellence in Dentistry,Uncompromised Care. EVENING HOURS EVERY WEDNESDAY!Lutzs Hometown LutzsHometown Dentist Dentist for 22 Years for22Years Lutzs Lutzs Hometown Hometown Dentist for 22 Years for22Years Leonard L.Britten,D.D.S. Nicholas L.Britten,D.M.D. The clear alternative to braces. 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Cynthia Floyds dream of opening a bookshop began when she was quite young. Her love of reading began even earlier. When I was a kid,I read everything,she said. At one point,her school librarian at Carrollwood Elementary told Floyd that shed read every biography in the schools collection. Over the years,Floyds reading tastes have changed.Now, shed rather read fiction than biographies. But her love for the written word has continued,unabated. She reads for pleasure.She reads to learn.She reads to enlarge her world. I cannot do or visit or experience all of the things in life,personally,but reading takes me there,said Floyd, owner of Book Swap of New Tampa,an independently owned used bookstore at the southeast corner of SR 56 and Bruce B.Downs Boulevard. Floyd,who also owns Book Swap of Carrollwood,said opening a second shop has been risky,especially in these tough economic times. She is confident,though,that her New Tampa/Wesley Chapel store will attract enough business to keep it going. She acknowledged that business is not where it needs to be yet. Still,she believes that she has picked an excellent spot for her shop. Its just like deciding where to buy a house,she said:location,location,location. The shop is at a highly traveled intersection and the store is directly across the street from the Barnes & Noble at The Shops at Wiregrass,which Floyd thinks will work in her favor. The areas potential is excellent,too,she said. The Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel on Bruce B.Downs Boulevard is slated to open next fall and Pasco-Hernando Community Colleges Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch is set to begin classes in 2014. So far,the bookstore is attracting traffic and getting good reviews from patrons,she said. The bookstore has been really well received by customers.People tell me that theyre thrilled were here.I hope that translates into dollars,she said. But the recession has posed difficulties, Floyd said. Despite the challenges,she prefers to take the long view. I think it just comes to a point,where we all just have to be patient and look for a better future,said Floyd,who used to be a government employee before becoming a bookseller. About seven years ago,Floyd gave herself a $2,000 allowance and a year to research what it would take for her to open a bookstore. I went to bookseller conferences,I went to bookseller school.I did a lot of Internet research,she said. And,after all that,she decided to take the plunge buying the Book Swap of Carrollwood. Since then,of course,much has changed in the book world.For one thing,eBooks have become all the rage. eBooks are available through Floyds website,but she believes theres still a strong market for people who prefer hard copies. Her store sells new and used books and can order anything for a customer if it is still in print.Unlike most shops,readers can bring in used books and trade them in for credits toward the purchase of other books. We give you store credit.We dont pay cash for books.The store credit can be used for anything in the store,but you do pay a percentage,Floyd said. The store gives a 25 percent credit up to a maximum of $2 for paperbacks;up to $4 for hard covers;and up to $5 for audio books. But it doesnt accept every book that people bring into the shop,Floyd said.It grants store credits for books based on the condition,author and title.In essence,the store buys books that it thinks it can sell. The store credits can be used to purchase anything in the store,but theres a limit to how much can be used on each purchase.Those buying a used book can pay up to 50 percent of the price with a store credit;when buying something new,they can use pay up to 30 percent with a store credit. If you purchase a book from the store and bring it back in good condition,after reading it,the store guarantees it will buy it back,Floyd said.Swap books in New Tampa Book SwapNew Tampa 1946 Bruce B.Downs Blvd. (813) 929-7490 Carrollwood 13144 N.Dale Mabry Highway (813) 963-6979 www.bookswapfl.com 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Joey Holloway has been in the farm supply business for 30 years and hes never seen a trend take off as quickly as backyard chickens.In the past several months, his Land O Lakes store has sold more than 100 portable chicken coops to mostly suburban families, many who live in subdivisions such as Lake Padgett Estates and Oakstead.People are buying chickens to raise because they are health conscious and want to know whats in their eggs. Others are involved in the sustainability movement and are growing as much of their own food as they can, said Holloway. Holloways backyard chicken kit includes a custom-made 4 X 8 portable chicken coop that Holloway builds himself, an elevated hen house, feeder and water, six chicks and a supply of chicken feed. Cost for the package is $265 and includes material on how to care for the birds. In just 21 weeks, chicks are grown and laying fresh eggs daily. Chickens are easy to raise and make a great family project, said Holloway. Customers tell us raising chickens becomes a learning experience for the whole family and often chickens become like family pets. Fifteen years ago Holloways main business was feed for cattle and horses. Today it primarily sells outdoor items wanted by suburban families, including bird seed, bird feeders, garden supplies, dog and cat food, pesticides, pond and lake weed control and propane gas tank refills. But its biggest seller is chicken supplies and the backyard chicken coop. I cant build them fast enough, Holloway said. Holloway has worked at his farm supply store all of his working life, beginning as a teenager when the business was then Moores Farm Supply. He eventually bought the business and changed its name to Holloways. Today he owns the business with his wife Casie.More suburban families raising backyard chickens Holloways Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ) Learn From USF Poultry ExpertsFREE SEMINAR:Health Management and Nutrition for Chickens Thurs.,Oct.20 at 6:30 p.m.@ Holloways Farm Supply Call 813-949-6809 to reserve your spot Dr.Gary Butcher,poultry veterinarian Dr.Richard Miles,professor of poultry nutrition Ed Jennings,regional agent,IFAS Extension

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Would you buy a pair of shoes that did not fit?Of course not.It would be like advertising in a newspaper that does not fit your customer base.The best fit for your marketing dollars is advertising that is seen by the people who count most consumers who live closest to your location. The Laker / Lutz News813.909.2800 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.comPeople are shopping closer to home*-39% are shopping closer to home -37% are shopping for sales more often*2010 Community Newspaper Readership Survey, National Newspaper AssociationInvest in resultsBefore you spend your hard-earned money on advertising, make sure you get the best value for your money with effective circulation. YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE YOUR BESTCUSTOMERS. The Laker and Lutz News give you more neighbors than anyone else. b b b b tnftrtrr trtnf r r!"n #$%"n& Lutz Land O' Lakes W esle y Chapel Laker/Lutz News* 9,440 14,895 13,530 Tampa Tribune** 4,593 3,523 3,825 St.Petersburg*** 1,997 3,141 2,625We call this effective circulation. Every paper we deliver is within a 10-mile radius of most businesses in Lutz, Land OLakes and Wesley Chapel.Central Pasco Midweek Newspaper Circulation Community News Publications 2010 CVC Audit / ** Tampa Tribune Dec. 27, 2009 ABC Audit / ***St. Petersburg Times Jan. 12, 2010 ABC Audit

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Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-48992/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3/2/2 home on private cul-de-sac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining. Fenced yard $139,900 Cody Adams 813-909-0712VACANT PROPERTY5 ACRE MOBILE HOME PARK ON U.S. 41 NORTH12 existing licensed pads with septic, well, and electric! Create a community! $139,000 Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106LAKEFRONTin Land O'Lakes, FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106S. 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Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land OLakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.comBUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600 ALL DOGS ALL BREEDS ANY AGE ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480 www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMINGPet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to: PETof theWEEKHeritage Church,1854 Oak Grove Drive, Lutz. Womens Bible Study beginning at 10:30 a.m.August 24 and every Wednesday thereafter.Dr.Ouida Walsh will be the teacher. For more information call (813) 948-8860.First United Methodist Church,960 W.Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. Chapel Service every Sunday 8 a.m. Blended Service 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:30 a.m. Classes for all ages,9:45 and 11:30 a.m. For more information,call (813) 949-1751.Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,20735 Leonard Road in Lutz. Sunday School Carnival,9:15 a.m. August 28. Traditional service every Sunday 8 a.m. Family service 9:15 a.m. Service with the choir at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care is provided for children in kindergarten or younger for the 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.services. Choir rehearses at 7:45 p.m.every Wednesday. For more information,call (813) 9497173 or visit www.holytrinitylutz.com.FAITH & WORSHIP

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event. The continuing education department at Pasco-Hernando Community College is offering an Operation of an Early Childhood Center course for the fall term. The class will meet each Saturday from Sept.17 through Nov.12 from 9 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.This course will be offered at the West Campus in New Port Richey,10230 Ridge Road.The class will have a fee of $325 and meets the credentialing requirements for directors and administrators of childcare centers.It has been approved for both the foundation and advanced level credentials by the Florida Childrens Forum. Competencies that are taught include childcare and education organizational leadership and management;financial and legal issues;publicity and marketing strategies;diversity issues;assessment and documentation;health,safety and nutrition issues;and collaboration among programs, families and community resources. For additional information call (877) 8797422 or visit www.phcc.edu.Staff at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills donated 76 backpacks and additional school supplies to children in need.The project was coordinated by Charles McEndree and Natasha Forbes-Thorne,with assistance from Monica Wills,Carolyn Sentelik and Lin Ann Sobkowiak. The 10-member Informatics team gave 25 of the backpacks,which were delivered to the Samaritan Project for distribution.Kristen Gallo,11,of Odessa won in the junior category,age 11 and under,in the Tampa Bay Estuary Programs Invasive Species Poetry Contest.The 11-year-olds entry,The Evil Plant,is about the pesky potato plant.The contest drew nearly 100 entries,with submissions coming from writers ranging from ages 6 to 84.Each winner will receive a $250 cash prize. Macys 6th Annual Spelling Bee hosted by Reading is Fundamental is back for yet another year. Kids ages 8-11 can compete in the Spelling Bee for a chance to compete in the finals in New York on Sept.24. Each regional Spelling Bee champ will take home prizes.Those prizes include a year of online tutoring from Kaplan Smart Track and a $150 gift card from Scholastic. The winner of the final competition in New York will receive a California vacation for a family of four including round trip air travel,hotel accommodations and more,provided by Radio Disney. The winner also will receive a $5,000 Kaplan Smart Track Tutoring Scholarship and a $500 Scholastic gift card. The Macys Spelling Bee is open to the first 50 children,ages 8-11,who register on site on the day of the event. Registration begins at 1 p.m.,with the competition beginning at 2 p.m. For more details and a complete listing of participating Macys locations,visit www.macys.com/spellingbee. The local competition is set for Aug.27 from 2-4 p.m.at the Macys in Citrus Park, 7801 Citrus Park Town Center. Molly Elizabeth Reissmann of Lutz was named to the Deans List for the spring 2011 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.Reissmann is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.To qualify for the honor, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units. www.gcsmotorsports.net George Csanadi Professional Driving Instructor Laser Surgery Dentistry Boarding/Daycare Grooming 4306 Land O Lakes Blvd.At the NE corner of Bell Lake & US 41Serving Land O Lakes for 25 Years!www.LandolakesAnimalHospital.comLAND O LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL813-996-2021 Dogs starting at $45.00Cats starting at $39.00Low Cost ThursdaysSPAY / NEUTER SR 54US Hwy 41Bell Lake RdHale RdLUTZLAND O LAKES N M.J.B. & M.D.B. Novena Prayer to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medalmmaculate Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus and my mother, I come to you with confidence in your powerful intercession, manifested through your Miraculous Medal. As your loving, trustful child I ask this favor...Obtain for me as well, a pure heart, that my entire life may give glory to God. Amen.IO Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to you. 813-973-9920www.premiergymnasticsclub.com REGISTER NOWfor our fall session of gymnastics!Premier Gymnastics is home of several individual and team State Champions. FITNESS CONFIDENCE DISCIPLINE SELF-ESTEEM Call to schedule your FREE TRIAL CLASS AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING RUNNING OR NOT TITLE OR NO TITLE MON-SUN 9AM 9PM$400 $5,000 CASHFREE TOW 24/7 SE HABLA ESPAOL(352) 260-0144 www.WBCFast.com How come some people in nursing homes get a free ride but others get wiped out? What do they know that we dont.WE HAVE ANSWERS! Call: 813.294.8513FREE CONSULTATIONMARCLIF AND ASSOCIATESInsurance & Financial Planning www.marclifinsurance.com Specializing in Medicaid SolutionsA311159

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com The most expensive road project in Pasco County history is just more than three months away from completion. Pasco Chief Project Manager Robert Shepherd said the $105.2 million job to widen SR 54 in Wesley Chapel will be finished before Christmas. Everything is going well,Shepherd said. Were approximately four months ahead of schedule. The project,which started last March,is making the highway six lanes from I-75 to Curley Road,a stretch of about 3.5 miles. James Widman,Pasco chief engineer,said the reason for the early opening lies with the construction company,Pepper Contracting Services. Their people are really moving and have been from the start,Widman said.Theyve had everyone working at what I would call top speed since the beginning,and it has shown in the pace of construction. Shepherd said all the major hurdles,including moving utilities,are finished.He said the only obstacle that could slow things down would be an unusually wet end of the year. The only concern would be the weather during the next three months,but we are in good shape to handle the normal amount of rain that would be expected,Shepherd said. Shepherd also said all major traffic pattern shifts have already happened,so drivers will likely not see any big surprises while driving through the construction zone until the job is done. We will have three more traffic shifts, but the same amount of lanes will remain open during the remainder of the project, Shepherd said.No big surprises left.At least, we hope there wont be any. Only $28 million of the project is for the construction,about 27 percent of the total cost.The majority of the money,$74.2 million,went to right-of-way land purchase, with another $3 million for planning and design. Widman said the cost of right-of-way was so expensive because of the large number of businesses that had to be bought out in order to complete the job.He said there were about eight businesses that had to be completely removed,with most moving elsewhere within the county. Pasco Commissioner Pat Mulieri said the county has established a new ordinance to make sure such hefty price tags for road widenings do not become a habit. Weve learned from that and now we have a row-acquisition policy,so development has to be far enough away from roads for future widening,Mulieri said. Mulieri added she has been a big proponent of such road widenings and other infrastructure improvements during her 17 years on the county commission. Its one of the best things we can do to bring more jobs to our county,Mulieri said. We need to have ways to move people and products. 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Whats HappeningWhat s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Trinity Church is hosting a silent auction and 50/50 raffle to benefit the Samaritan Project of Zephyrhills on Saturday,Aug.27. The auction will feature artists for humanity,and proceeds from the auction and raffle will benefit homeless veterans and will be held at 33425 SR 54.Tickets to the event,which starts at 7:30 p.m.,are $15.Make checks payable to Pasco Veterans Council.For tickets or more information, call (352) 588-4058 or (727) 834-3282.Mothers Morning R&R,a community outreach ministry of All Saints Lutheran Church,is meeting beginning Tuesday,Aug. 30.The group provides women of all faiths and ages a gathering for fellowship and devotional time to share the joys and challenges of motherhood.Meetings provide coffee,snacks and discussion. Children can be looked after at the churchs nursery with a professional childcare attendant.The church is located at 5315 Van Dyke Road.To register a child for childcare,call the All Saints Church office prior to the meet-up time at (813) 963-0969 or email the office at allsaintsoffice.org.Macys is holding its sixth annual Shop for a Causecharity shopping event.Its a oneday-only shopping event created to support local charitiesfundraising efforts.By purchasing a $5 shopping pass to the event,customers support their favorite causes and receive 25 percent off most regular,sale and clearance purchases at the store or online all day.Some exclusions apply,see shopping pass for complete details.Passes sold at all Macys stores beginning Aug.20 through Aug.27 and at macys.com on Aug.27 will benefit the March of Dimes.The March of Dimes is the leading non-profit organization for pregnancy and baby health.A complete list of participating charities is available at www.macys.com/shopforacause. The Little CatsRescue is promoting its monthly Fun-Raiserdinner,which takes place every fourth Thursday of the month at Sweet Tomatoes beginning at 5 p.m. Located at 10156 US 19 North,the next dinner is on Aug.25.Participants need to bring an invitation flyer and present it at the time of meal purchase so Sweet Tomatoes may donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the rescue group.Invitations may be downloaded from www.TheLittleCatsRescue.org or on the groups Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheLittleCatsRescue. The Faith and Family Values Republican Club of Pasco meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month.The next meeting is scheduled for Aug.25 at 7 p.m.It will take place at Grace Baptist Church,2600 Cypress Ridge Blvd.,Wesley Chapel.The club aims to promote and protect JudeoChristian family values and principles by educating,assisting,and uniting the Republican Party of Pasco County to engage the community in the issues of the day.State Rep.Will Weatherford will be the guest speaker.For further information, contact President Carlos Saenz at (813) 5464686 or email pascoffv@gmail.com. The GFWC-Land OLakes Womans Club,Inc.,will hold its annual domestic violence shower on Thursday,Aug.25.The shower will take place at the Lutz Community Center from 10 a.m.to 1 p.m.Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m.for $5.Proceeds from the event go to Pasco County Salvation Army Domestic Violence and the Sunrise Shelter of Pasco County.Donations may include,but are not limited to,Walmart and McDonalds gift cards,money and baby items such as diapers,baby clothes and small toys.Childrens clothing new or gently used is also accepted,as well as toothbrushes,toothpaste,shampoos,toiletry items,combs and brushes for children and mothers.Donations will be accepted at the Lutz Community Center,located at 98 First Ave.N.W.For further information,contact Joan at (813) 855-7254. 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Community SportsCommunity SportsThe Academy at the Lakes sixman football team went 7-5 last year and made the Florida Christian Association of Private and Parochial Schools (FCAPPS) playoffs. That was Wildcats coach John Castelamares first season leading a six-man program after spending 38 years teaching traditional football in Pasco County public schools.He and his team have learned from 2010 and are predicting more success now. Ive coached football for most of my life,but I had to learn what it takes to coach six-man football,said Castelamare,who coached the sport at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009.There were things that Id done for years that dont work in six-man. Plus the kids had to learn what it takes to play. Sophomore center Isaac Kloeotek agreed with Castelamare:Were all much more used to six-man football.Growing up,you play flag football or regular football,but you dont usually play six-man.Now were more comfortable with it. The transition was even more difficult for senior quarterback A.J.Carlson,who had never played tackle football before 2010. Before last year I had only played flag football,Carlson said.I remember the first two days we had pads,I had to get used to throwing with them on.Its a lot different throwing with a big shoulder pad on your arm.I had to skip the preview hitting routines to learn how to throw again.I had to go through all the little things to get the throwing motion down. Its a lot different playing quarterback at this level,Carlson continued.Just little moves to the left or the right is what can make or break the whole play.I had to get used to all those basics because it was a whole new experience. The Wildcats started off slowly in 2010, losing their first two games,but won five straight and seven of the final 10 contests. I feel like we really meshed as a team toward the end of last season,Carlson said.I think we might have been playing a little bit better and we might have been more skilled,but I think it was more about us coming together as a team. Carlson said the atmosphere is significantly different from this time last year. Everyone has been going out of our way to help each other,Carlson said.Were trying to keep that family togetherness going.Its becoming more important to us. Now that most of us have had a year to mesh together,I think theres going to be more of a team effort and a want to succeed for others. Patrick Pate,who played under Castelamare as a guard at Wesley Chapel High before graduating in 2009,helped lead the Wildcats workouts this summer.He is currently a junior at the University of Mississippi,also known as Ole Miss,and said he is not surprised the academy is taking off after a year with his former coach.Im in ROTC at Ole Miss and will be a commissioned officer in the Army when I graduate,and I still use what coach Cass taught me at Wesley Chapel,Pate said.I use the same training and the disciple he taught me.Hes a great coach and a great mentor.The academy football ranks have swelled from eight players during last spring to 21 now. Weve been working to get the excitement up with the program and get the kids interested in playing here,Castelamare said. The school has done a great job getting us what we need and supporting our program. Carlson said the new players and a year of experience for the veterans will serve the Wildcats well this season. Now that I know the basics,as well as everyone else knowing the basics of our system,I think we can focus on the nit-picky details,Carlson said.We can focus on making all the plays looking crisp because we dont have to think about how were going to do it.Well just know. The academy will play its first game on Friday,Aug.26 at home.The kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.,at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway in Land O Lakes. In all his 40 years of coaching high school football,coach John Castelamare has used the Iron Man challenge to determine how prepared his team is for the upcoming season. Through small private school rosters and large public school squads consisting of 80 players,the Iron Man has stood the test of time,gauging fitness for all football players. Castelamare,who coached at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009,has brought the tradition to Academy at the Lakes,where for the second year running the Wildcats have experienced everything the Iron Man has to offer. Today,were going to see how tough you are!Castelamare exclaimed as the players sat in the gym stretching,calmly waiting in the eye of the storm on Aug.8,the first day of fall practice. But dont be afraid,youll get through it, the veteran coach chuckled. After stretching,the 19 Wildcats are put into small group;ready to dive into the Iron Mans tradition. Weve got to get into better shape as time goes on,said senior quarterback A.J. Carlson. The Iron Man includes shuttles,a vertical jump test,a 10 and 40-yard dash that are timed together,an 880-yard run and overand-unders,where players measure how many times they can leap over their partner and crawl back underneath their spread legs during 30 second intervals. Its a good test of seeing whos in shape and whos getting stronger,Castelamare said.You can always tell. The Wildcats finally divide into small groups and cycle through the Iron Mans phases.The summer heat pours down on the playersheads.Beads of sweat gather and roll down the playersred,huffing cheeks. Eventually,they all get through itjust as Castelamare predicts. Next,everyone is ushered into the locker room where Castelamare outlines his personal rules and reveals to the players his Quit List,a series of five rules built on his years of experience that explains why players quit. For Castelamare,its all about preparation and hard work.With that inspiration in mind,the players rally together to face the looming 880. The Wildcats take off together,expending the last reserve of their energy.One by one,they cross the finish line,but despite this,theyre closer than ever. Its all about teamwork,hard work and staying together,Castelamare said to the group as they all took a knee at the conclusion of the Iron Man. 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Another football season is tantalizingly near,complete with fresh new district alignments to create new match ups while keeping many traditional rivalries. The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) redistricts all prep sports every two years to account for new schools opening and changes in population. Schools with a similar amount of students are grouped together by location. It isnt very fair for a school with 2,500 kids to play against one with 50,said FHSAA spokesman Seth Polansky.Also,this year weve added a classification for rural schools to level the playing field.Instead of the old classes,now its 1A through 8A. There isnt a 1B or 2B anymore to simplify the numbering. The larger the number of the class,the more students at the school. The preliminary new districts released late last year would have split up Pascos longest running rivalry the 9-Mile War between Zephyrhills and Pasco,which has been played 53 times.Despite both being in Class 5A,Zephyrhills had been grouped with three Polk County schools in District 9. Pasco was in 5A-6 with Wesley Chapel. Zephyrhills principal Steve Van Gorden sent a letter of appeal that convinced the FHSAA to move the Bulldogs in with the Pirates and Wildcats in 5A-6. Its really good for us,Van Gorden said. Any time you can keep your natural rivals, its a good thing.These kids have played against each other for years in youth football and its community versus community when they get together.Its a fun thing. Pasco principal Pat Reedy said he agrees the rivalry is good for the area. You see grandfathers watching their grandchildren playing in the game they played in years ago,Reedy said.Its really a special thing to see. In central Pasco,Sunlake and Land O Lakes will remain district opponents in 6A6.The two squads were also in 3A-7 last year with Mitchell,who will move into the new district that includes River Ridge. The Gators reached the playoffs last season as the district runner-up,the 14th straight appearance for the program.The Seahawks finished 8-2 and just missed out on a postseason berth after losing to Land OLakes. The Seahawks and Gators will likely have an easier time making the regional tournament in the new district alignment without Pasco,which won four straight district championships including in 3A-7 the last two years. Moving to the new 7A-7,four area schools have been grouped together Freedom,Gaither,Steinbrenner and Wiregrass Ranch. The Patriots and Cowboys were in the same district last year,but this alignment moves fellow north Hillsborough newcomer Steinbrenner with them. Its nice to be moving up,said Warriors coach Floyd Graham.A district we were in with Jesuit and Robinson was a tough one. We think well be able to compete in the new district. Jesuit finished 11-1 last season last year, while Robinson was 10-3. Gaither and Steinbrenner played last year,a 20-7 win for the Cowboys,and Graham said the two programs wanted to continue playing even before learning they would be district rivals.He did say his team still wants to play Strawberry Crest,which had been a district opponent the last two years. I dont really know why,but thats the team we think of as our main rival,Graham said.Maybe its because we started the same time two years ago,maybe because that was the first game we played,maybe its because we played them two times that first year.I dont know,but we want to keep playing them. Wiregrass Ranch is the only Pasco school in 7A-7,but that does not phase the Bulls. My philosophy is well play anyone,said Wiregrass Ranch coach Jeremy Shobe.Well prepare for anyone on our schedule.Were excited to go and represent Pasco County. The Bulls have never played any Hillsborough school during the regular season in their five-year history. Carrollwood Day has also joined a district for the first time in school history.Last year it was an independent,but will move into 2A-5.Patriots coach Lane McLaughlin said the team wanted to move into a district to have a chance at an FHSAA state championship. Six-man football teams like Academy at the Lakes and Zephyrhills Christian play in a league not affiliated with FHSAA,so redistricting does not affect those programs. Additionally,Bishop McLaughlin plays as an independent program. 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STEINBRENNER HIGH2010 record 5-5No. NAME POSITION GRADE 1 Kendall Pearcy RB Jr. 2 Cory Cintron RB Jr. 3Trey Johnson DB Jr. 4Jake Carroll RB So. 5 Jon Carrier WR Jr. 6Shaheem Barthel RB So. 8 Tyler McClain DB Jr. 9 Ryan Gore DB Jr. 10 Curtis Fitch QB So. 11 Josh Lyons DB Sr. 12 Cody Cazin RB Sr. 13 Andrew Feldhaus DB Sr. 14 Brian Gainer QB Sr. 15 Nick Green RB Sr. 16 Logan LaPace QB Jr. 17 Gee Gee Codato LB Sr. 18 Zack Jones DB Sr. 19 Logan McKnight RB Jr. 21 Jarrett Penzer DB Jr. 22 Amari Brown LB Jr. 23 Daniel Fernandez QB Sr. 24 Doug Evans DB Jr. 25 Conner Byrd WR Jr. 26 Parker Skornschek LB So. 27 Alex Hanson RB So. 30 AJ Brown LB Sr. 32 Daniel Villar DB So. 40 Matt Iacovino LB Jr. 42 Caleb Turner LB Jr. 43 Kyle Bade DB Jr. 44 Brad Atkinson LB So. 46 Chandler Phillips K Jr. 47 Jess Weatherman K Jr. 50 Tyler Hampton OL Sr. 51 Zack Goldsmith OL Jr. 52 Brett Byler DL So. 53 Joe Ross OL Sr. 55 Oliver Lack DL Jr. 58 Matt Borders OL Jr. 59Mike Whitton DL Sr. 61 Nick Bosco DL So. 63 Blaine Tucker OL Jr. 65 Zach Hubbard OL So. 70 Dylan Bowers OL Jr. 71 Nick Gaydos OL Sr. 72 Chris Harrison OL Jr. 73 Alex Vega OL Sr. 77 Tommy Forward OL Sr. 79 Zack Boryla DL Sr. 81 Matt Jefferies TE Jr. 83 Nuwanye Dixon WR So. 84 Josh Roberts WR Sr. 88 Sam Wolfson DL Jr. 89 Ryan Haggard TE Sr.GAITHER HIGH2010 record 3-7No. NAME POSITION GRADE HEIGHT WEIGHT 1 DJ King LB So.5-11 170 2 Josh Scarberry LB Sr.5-10 185 3Matt Williams LB So.6-0 185 4 Nick Sampson DL/LB Sr.5-10 185 5 Vu Le RB Jr.5-7 145 6 Demarcus Sexil WRSo.6-1 190 7Jelani Ottley DE Sr.6-3 200 8 Jamari Cord LB/RB Jr.5-10 180 9 Shug Oyegunle QB/RB Jr.5-9 170 10 Paul Barrett WR Sr.6-1 175 11 Carlo Perello WR/DB Sr.5-10 165 12 Mikail Reece DE Sr.6-5 245 13 Earnest Suttle DL Jr.6-4 210 15 Alex McGough QB So.6-1 170 17 Jared Gremley P Jr.6-1 175 19 Mitch McNall WR Sr.5-11 180 20 Daniel Blanco DB Sr.5-10 165 21 Ed Pastrana DB/WR Sr.6-1 185 22 Dominic Neglio RB/LB Jr.5-10 185 23 Tyler McCollum DB Sr.6-1 175 24 Josh Rife DB/RB Sr.5-9 160 25 Dwayne McCalla DB Sr.5-11 165 28 Max Pautler LB Sr.5-11 180 29 Brett Wasmund DB Sr.5-9 160 30 Eric Sanders LB Jr.6-0 185 32 Dalton Gilson K Jr.6-0 165 33 Joe Brabham LB/SS Sr.6-0 185 34 Amani Oruwariye DB So.6-0 160 35 Chris Fruster RB Fr.5-10 180 41 Danny Bonham DB Jr.6-0 170 44 DJ Hargrove LB So.5-9 175 45 Logan Marshall LBJr.5-11 210 47 Brad Smith LB So.6-1 200 50 Danny Sanchez DL Sr.5-9 230 51 Jimmy Golden LB So.6-0 190 52 Ted Marks OL Sr.6-1 210 54 Omar Farag OL/DL So.6-1 245 55 Phong Le DL Sr.5-9 220 56 Thanasi Halkias OL/DL Jr.5-10 235 57 Jose Garcia DL Sr.5-11 185 65 Alex Rodriguez OL Sr.6-0 250 66 Jose Vila OL/DL So.6-1 230 67 Matthew Finnesy OL/DL Sr.6-2 220 72Justyn Jacoby OL Jr.6-2 290 73 Jordan Faria OL Sr.5-8 215 74 Tubo Nanakomo OL Jr.6-2 255 77Anthony Prieto OLSo.6-0 235 79Josh Einmo OL Sr.5-11 260 80 Cody Hodgens K/WR Jr.5-8 165 81 Tyler Gonzalez WR Sr.6-0 180 82 Mario Reece WR Jr.6-1 170 87 Matt Respess WR So.6-0 165 90 Justin Greenberg DL Jr.5-10 190CARROLLWOOD DAY SCHOOL2010 record 8-2No. NAME POSITION GRADE HEIGHT WEIGHT 1 Dillon Floyd WR/S Sr.6-1 170 2 Nate Lewis CB/WR Jr.5-11 165 4 Patrick Ward DB/RB Sr.5-9 160 5 Robert Davis RB/FS Jr.5-9 170 7 Andy Embody WR/CB/P Jr.5-8 150 10 Dominic Cuono OLB/TE/K So.6-0 190 14 Conner Meckley WR/CB Fr.5-7 140 21 Elias Earle RB/DB/KR Fr.5-7 155 22 Deuce Gruden QB/SS Sr.5-6 180 32 Jake McCallister FB/LB So.6-0 180 44 Max Frankel DB/RB Fr.5-10 165 47 Chris Cole TE/DL Sr.6-4 180 50 Cole Benn LB/OL Fr.5-11 165 52 Kalle Wilwant G/ILB Fr.5-10 180 55 Jarrod Smith C/DL Jr.6-3 245 58 Michael Morse OL/DL Fr.5-9 150 60 Adam Morse OG/LB Jr.6-0 240 63 Chance Furman T/DL Sr.6-2 275 64 Collin Debosier G/DL Jr.6-2 225 66 Hayden Peek G/DT So.5-10 205 70 Adonis Welch T/DL So.6-6 250 72 Jonathan Hittle DL Jr.5-11 305 78 Carlos Acuna C/DL Fr.6-0 225 80 Dominiq Sicardo TE/DE/QB Jr.6-4 225 99 Shilpen Patel G/DE So.6-0 190 *Freedom High did not provide its roster by press time.Lutz NEWSUnder the lights 2011 TEAM ROSTERS 21511 Village Lakes Shopping CenterLAND O LAKESOpen 7 days a week Breakfast Lunch Dinner PROUDLY SERVING ONLY BOARS HEAD PRODUCTS SUBS SALADS SOUPS COLD CUTS BY the POUND*FOOTBALL PARTY TRAYS !!!*Order Ahead813-948-8700 Fax: 813-948-8711NOW OPEN Play Hard Win Big! 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Carrollwood Day Patriots scheduleAll homes games start at 4 p.m.,away contests at 7:30 p.m.,unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 1515 West Bearss Ave.,Lake Magdalene.Aug.26 at Bishop McLaughlin** Sept.2 at Father Lopez Catholic Sept.9 at Keswick Christian* Sept.16 vs.Northside Christian* Sept.23 vs.Shorecrest Prep Sept.30 vs.Admiral Farragut* Oct.7 at Canterbury* Oct.14 vs.Bradenton Christian* Oct.21 at Cambridge Christian* Oct.28 at Indian Rocks Christian* Nov.4 Bye Nov.11 vs.Calvary Christian* *Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Gaither Cowboys scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 16200 Dale Mabry Highway,Northdale.Aug.26 vs.Sickles** Sept.2 vs.Alonso Sept.9 at Leto Sept.16 vs.Plant City Sept.23 at Wiregrass Ranch* Sept.30 Bye Oct.6 vs.Steinbrenner* Oct.14 at East Bay Oct.20 vs.Freedom* Oct.28 at Chamberlain* Nov.4 at Tampa Bay Tech* Nov.10 vs.Riverview*Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Freedom Patriots scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 17410 Commerce Park Blvd.,New Tampa.Aug.26 at Strawberry Crest** Sept.2 at Durant Sept.9 vs.Plant City Sept.16 vs.Brandon Sept.23 at Steinbrenner* Sept.30 at Alonso Oct.6 vs.Chamberlain* Oct.14 at Wharton Oct.20 at Gaither* Oct.28 vs.Tampa Bay Tech* Nov.4 vs.Wiregrass Ranch* Nov.11 Bye *Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Steinbrenner Warriors scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 5575 W.Lutz Lake Fern Road,Lutz.Aug.26 at Newsome** Sept.2 vs.Sickles Sept.9 vs.East Bay Sept.16 at Strawberry Crest Sept.23 vs.Freedom* Sept.30 Bye Oct.6 at Gaither* Oct.14 at Riverview Oct.20 vs.Tampa Bay Tech* Oct.28 at Wiregrass Ranch* Nov.4 at Chamberlain* Nov.10 vs.Middleton*Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. TeamROSTERSInside!Lutz NEWSUnder the lights Family Medicine strives to care for you through all stages of life. Let our oce assist in managing the healthcare needs of your family.ADOLESCENT/ADULT MEDICINE. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, CHOLESTEROL AND DIABETES MANAGEMENT.WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM. MINOR SKIN SURGERIES. PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND PHYSICALS.WOMENS HEALTH. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PHYSICALS. IMMUNIZATIONS. CANCER SCREENING. LAB WORK AND XRAYS ON SITE.813.712.5718Same Location. New Number!People & Family. Community & Health.2100 VIABELLABOULEVARD| SUITE 102 | LAND OLAKESSame day & Saturday appointments are available and we accept most insurances. Imran Kayani, MDBoard Certified Family Medicine Born in New York Residency at St.Vincents Family Medicine Program, Jacksonville, FL Stephanie Passafume MS, ARNP, FNP-BCBoard Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Born in New York Master of Science in Nursing, University of South Florida Request your Appointment Online at: www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com 813.949.8411www.brittendental.com213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452 Leonard L.Britten,D.D.S. Nicholas L.Britten,D.M.D. WHEN WAS YOUR LASTCHECKUP?IF IT FEELS LIKE IT HAPPENED IN ANOTHER ERA, IT PROBABLY DID.CALL OUR OFFICE TODAY.

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Some would-be country stars packed their guitars and headed for Nashville this summer along with PrinWall Entertainment, a talent agency run by Susan Craig and her business partner,Marianne Prinkey. I wanted to be on the other side.I had done my performing,and been there,done that,Craig said,explaining her decision to go into talent management.It also helped me tremendously to have been a performer to understand the talent I was handling because I could be a little more caring and understanding when they come to me with a problem. Were a little more attuned to that,because I know that I have heard the same responses as a singer. Together,Craig and Prinkey have a combined 60-plus years of experience in entertainment,music,theater,print,television,fashion and production fields. According to Craig,when you put all that together,it makes some qualities that are good for a manager.At PrinWall,Craig and Prinkey provide development and artist development alongside vocal training from Prinkey,who has been a vocal coach for more than 20 years.More so,the contacts the two have built up from years in the business have allowed them to promote their clients in a successful manner to connections in New York, Nashville,Los Angeles and throughout Florida. We help them open doors,Craig said. This summer,a group of PrinWalls talent had the opportunity to travel to Nashville and work with some country music professionals on singing,recording,writing and performing.Here is a look at some of Prinwalls talent from the area.When Kathleen Blanco first started singing with PrinWall five years ago,she was a silent muse. I was really shy and I hated performing in front of people,Kathleen admitted. Now Kathleen says that singing just comes naturallyand has since worked to develop further proficiency in music. This year I started playing guitar and just a little bit of piano,Kathleen said. Kathleen also claims she has no specific artist influences,because the passion in music itself was enough to inspire her. I just really enjoyed singing and I love music,Kathleen said.Its just fun. Kathleen was one of the Nashville travelers who experienced everything from performing in a bar with a backing band,to classes on writing. It was such a great experience seeing everything,Kathleen said. For now,Kathleen plans to work with an afterschool program known as Showcase at Gaither where participants work on live performances. In the future I just want to keep performing and doing what I love to do, Kathleen said.Samantha Blanco,Kathleens 11-year-old sister,first started working with PrinWall when she was 7 years old,because she was inspired by her sisters involvement. Samantha is involved in many facets of show business,and has started singing,tried dancing and worked on acting. When she had the opportunity to travel to Nashville she found the most fascinating portion of the trip to be performing at the Nashville Palace with all of the talent there. But for Samantha,one of the advantages of singing and participating in the performing arts is working with her sister. The two have sung duets with one another in the past.One moment Samantha recounts was the duet the two worked on together at Kathleens middle school graduation. Currently,the two are collaborating again on a duet to a song entitled Me,Myself,and Timeby Demi Lovato. In the future,Samantha hopes to continue to grow as an artist and learn guitar.But for now,she is content to experiment with dancing,practice her singing and pursue further involvement in acting.PrinWall Entertainment helps local talent growAlthough Hannah Knight only began working with PrinWall two years ago,she has been playing guitar for the past three. She first got started because she listens to music a lot and really loves singing too.While at a talent show auditioning for Prinwalls management,she first captivated her audience and became a part of its local talent. After that they came up to me and said, Wed like to work with you,Knight recalls. She has continued to work on improving as a musician as well as acting and dancing. For the most part,Knight draws her inspiration from pop stars such as Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez and believes the best way to draw an audiences ear is to get it involved. Youve got to smile and get them to tap their leg and sing along,she said.So far,Knight has performed with fellow PrinWall talent,Makenzie Raye,at the Osceola County Fair and at various other venues like the Orange County Festival and at The Shops at Wiregrass for a festival.In the future,Knight wants to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter.Thus far,shes written five songs and likes to write the most about her friends,family and everyday life.The first thing to know about Makenzie Raye is that she finds fairytales to be misleading. A performer and a country singer at heart,Raye says she enjoys singing Rascal Flattssongs,and has written her own song, Dang Fairytales,which she had the opportunity to sing and record in Nashville when she traveled there this summer. The inspiration for the song actually came while Raye was in a layover at the airport and coming from Nashville on a separate occasion.She happened to spot a little girl with her mother reading The Little Mermaid. Seeing that just reminded me that that stuff never happens!she exclaimed.So I just wrote Dang Fairytales. Never one to be a shy person,Raye has been singing since the age of 3 or 4 she says but decided to be managed by PrinWall four years ago. When Im singing I can really just be myself,Raye said.When Im out on stage I enjoy it so much. Its all so exciting,Raye said.Its so different actually being there. Even if professional singing doesnt work out,Raye wants to be involved in music for the rest of her life. Contact PrinWall Entertainment at (813) 385-0634. CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 ANGEL R. GONZALEZ, MDAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologySPECIAL INTERESTS:Neuromuscular Diseases Epilepsy Sleep Disorders Movement Disorders DementiaNOW IN LAND OLAKES!2100 VIA BELLA BLVD.813.985.10003417 US HWY 301 DADE CITY, FL 33525352.567.7364 SUBSCRIPTIONS: Paid subscriptions available for those outside delivery area. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com SPORTS The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) passed a pair of policies to help member schools cope with the down economy.The FHSAA board voted unanimously to reduce membership fees by 50 percent starting this school year,while increasing the ticket price for district,regional and state competitions by $1.In total,the moves will return about $800,000 to member schools.We will continue to reduce membership dues when possible,said FHSAA executive director Roger Dearing in a release.In order to do that,we must obtain more long-term corporate sponsors.If we are successful in that mission,then schools in the near future might only be paying a nominal flat rate for membership. When reached,Dearing explained that expanding the number of classifications in the state from six to eight increases the amount of potential money that can be generated in playoff competition by one-third. Its just a mater of numbers,Dearing said.More schools will have the opportunity to host postseason tournaments and games,which will return more money to the member schools. Hillsborough County athletic director Lanness Robinson said he agrees with the FHSAAs steps.It will help us offer more to the studentathletes,Robinson said.Studies show that the kids who are involved with school sports do better in school and overall have more productive lives,so any way we can be more economically viable is a good thing.For football,the new ticket price for district tiebreaker contests is $7,for regional games $8,$9 for state semifinals and $10 for the finals.Regular season admission will remain $5. To see last years admission prices for all FHSAA sports,visit www.fhsaa.org and click on the specific sport. The FHSAA board also finalized its concussion action plan,which has been months in the making to address growing concerns about head injuries. (The plan) addressed the responsibility of everyone,Dearing said.From game officials,to who determines removing a student-athlete from a contest,and it defines who the appropriate health care professional should be to treat and eventually clear them to return to competition.According to the plan,which is posted on the FHSAAs website,student-athletes who suffer a concussion are to see an approved doctor within 24 hours of the injury and cannot return until fully cleared of all symptoms.Additionally,every coach and volunteer with any school athletic program must take and complete the National Federation of State High School Associationsconcussion course.The free class is also available for anyFHSAA increases ticket price,reduces fees Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Uninsured Call for pricesFeet Hurt? Call a PodiatristCall for Appointment.813-406-4806Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZWhere we keep you a step ahead.William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & Surgery FAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYLOWEREXTREMITYWOUNDCARE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS Now Available from 9am-12pm Chris Williamsin her mid 50sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert READY TO GET HELP? TAKE ACTION NOW, SUMMER IS THE TIME TO GET STARTED!Call 813-909-4939 Many women have realized its time to stop trying on their own and get help. Gentle Dentistrywith a Womans Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND OLAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla EspaolExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310NEWPATIENTSPECIALonly$45a $257 valueRestrictions may apply*PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit PLAN YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH USYou supply the kids and the cake, and we will do the rest. We can provide the entertainment, drinks, food and fun. We even clean up. For availability and pricing, give us a call at 813.948.5444 P L BIRT HD Y ou su p an W e can drinks, f o o F or ava i a c DATE NIGHT? DINNER DATE? MOVIE DATE?ALL UNDER ONE ROOF AT THE GROVE CINBISTROMust be 21 or over to drink alcohol and enjoy the CinBistro in-theatre experience. Please arrive 30 minutes before showtime.6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Near I-75 & SR54 | 813.948.5444www.CobbTheatres.com | www.CobbCineBistro.comGROVE 16 &

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Lutz Little League registrationThe Lutz Little League will have registration for its fall baseball season on Thursday, Aug.25 from 6-8 p.m.and on Saturday,Aug.27 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.Parents/guardians should bring their childs birth certificate and a recent utility bill so the league can verify ages and residency.The cost for the fall season is $115. Go to www.eteamz.com/lutzlittleleague for more info Harry Olsen Memorial golf eventThe third annual Harry Olsen Memorial Golf Tournament will be on Sunday,Nov.6 at Pebble Creek Golf and Country Club,10550 Regents Park Drive in New Tampa starting at 1 p.m. The Wiregrass Ranch baseball team is putting the event on this year.The tournament is dedicated to the memory of Harry Olsen,a husband and father who was active in hundreds of childrens lives in the Wesley Chapel, Land O Lakes and the surrounding communities as a youth coach and sports organizer. Olsen died two years ago at the age of 42 after a heart attack. Proceeds of the tournament will fund the Harry Olsen Memorial Scholarship,which gives out two grants at the end of each school year.One goes to a baseball player,the other to a softball player,with winners selected by Wiregrass Ranch faculty members. Bulls baseball coach Jeff Swymer is looking for interested golfers and prospective sponsors.Those interested should call (813)-973-3870.The coast is $75 per golfer or $300 for a team,which includes a buffet-style barbecue meal.The deadline for players to sign up is Oct.28.Golf for Life tournament Oct.22LifeChoices Womens Care in Lutz will have its inaugural Golf for Life charity tournament on Saturday,Oct.22 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club,26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.The cost is $75 per golfer and includes greens fees,range balls,door prizes, contests,goodie bags,dinner and awards.All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary. LifeChoices has been helping women facing unplanned pregnancies with free services since 2009 and now offers free ultrasounds.The organization is a nonprofit,so gifts to the group are tax deductible.For more information or to sign up for the golf event,visit GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org,or call (813) 948-7734. Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. 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Land O Lakes Gator () Florida State Seminole () and Tampa Bay Storm ()Back for its fourth year,Friday Night Lights kicks off Aug.31 in The Laker and Lutz News. Once again Weatherford will be predicting which area high schools will win or lose each weeks prep football games. For 11 weeks local businesses will try to outsmart Weatherford and pick the most winning teams.Who will beat Weatherford and win this years prestigious Friday Night Lights trophy? Only a few business sponsorships remain. 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Forry estimates he reviews about 150 movies a year,typically going to one or two a week and then catching up on the all of the nominated films he hasnt seen at the end of the year.He is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and votes on the associations CriticsChoice Awards. When Forry began his movie column for PHCCs newspaper,he didnt know where it would lead.After completing his degree at the University of South Florida,he was featured in a number of newspaper articles,he said. Next,he was invited to write movie reviews for The Laker,then was asked to appear with a local movie critic and radio personality on a television segment about the Oscars.One radio interview led to 50 and propelled his critics career. In addition to doing movie reviews, Forry also does speaking engagements,talking about his diabetes and the life he leads. Hes paid for some of his gigs and does the rest pro bono. Despite his well-developed sense of humor,Forry is serious about his reviews. Before I go into a movie,I always make sure I do research on it,so I know the setting.I know the time period,everything like that,said Forry,who uses a talking computer to do his research. I dont want to go into a movie blind, he said.He attends screenings with a friend or his wife,who will sit next to him and describe action scenes,sight gags or other visuals.He attends screenings at various theaters,but considers Cobb Theatres Grove 16 & CineBistro in Wesley Chapel,to be his home theater.The film critic does not think his inabili-tops 800,with about 130 staff members. The school now has an Early Childhood Campus for 2 year olds through kindergarten at 12606 Casey Road and a campus for first through 12th graders at 1515 W. Bearss Ave. A portion of a major construction project underway at the Bearss campus has been completed in time for some high school students to move into the renovated spaces. Some highlights of the renovation project include spacious classrooms with new furnishings,lots of natural lighting and wide hallways. The main building on campus has been expanded from 32,000 to 45,000 square feet. When the renovation is completed that building will house middle school students on the second floor and high school students on the first floor. Slated to open in October,the building also will have a new 800-seat,state-of-the art performance art theater,Kanter said. The construction project has created art, dance,music,scenery and dressing rooms on the first floor,Kanter said.Upstairs,there are classrooms for English and foreign languages.The new elementary school building is expected to be completed around November.When that happens,elementary school students who are currently housed in the main building will move to their new quarters.Then,those classrooms will be renovated for the remaining high school students who will move out of the modular buildings into the main building.Those high schoolers are expected to move into their renovated classrooms around January. The new 35,000-square-foot elementary school will have classrooms in groups of four,with a space in the middle designed to accommodate collaboration,Kanter said. Eventually,CDS also plans to have a separate building for its middle school,but thats down the road.ty to see hinders his ability to judge the quality of movies. Its not about the 3-D or the computer graphics,Forry said.Its about the plot,the story line.Thats what the movie is about and I can hear that. When I listen to a movie,I can tell whats going on.A great story thats what makes the movie,Forry said.Outstanding music and sound effects help,too. He points to The Kings Speech,as an example of an excellent film. It has a good story line.Good plot.Thats what makes a good movie.Thats what the award winners are. Some movies,obviously,are harder for him to rate than others because of their visual effects. Ultimately,however,the quality of a movie rests on its story,Forry said. For instance,Avataris noted for its amazing special effects,but the story line was not as compelling,he said. This year,hes enjoyed most of the super hero movies,especially Captain America: The First Avengerand X-Men First Class, which both received an A. He was less impressed with The Green Hornet,which he gave a B. He also enjoyed Rise of the Planet of the Apes,which he rewarded with an A.I was pleasantly surprised,he said. In the end,he likes his movies to be balanced with some action,drama,comedy and suspense. People talking for two hours is not interesting,he said.And,of course,everyone will always have his or her personal preferences,Forry said. The Black Swan was it a good film? Yes. Was it very well-made? Yes. Heres the thing,Im still a guy,Forry said.It was more or less a chick flick. To read Forrys reviews go http://www.blindsidereviews.com/ Forrys funny ratingsJay Forry enjoys a good laugh and has developed a rating system that shows off his good humor.He ranks movies A through F: A: So good,blind people like it B: Im glad I could hear it C: I had one eye open D: Im glad I couldnt see it F: Blindness was a blessingKanter said the current projects make it possible for the school to continue to grow. Well be able to take more students in the high school,said Kanter.Eventually the high school would like to have about 400 students,at 100 per grade level.That would double the current enrollment.Carrollwood Day School has been recognized nationally for its academic excellence and its quest to educate the whole child.It was the sixth school in the United States to be authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization to offer the Primary Years Programme for students through grade five, the IB Middle Years Programme,implemented in grades six through 10 and the IB Diploma Programme for students in grades 11 and 12.For more information,see www.carrollwooddayschool.org. school backpacks. Stokes said the team will continue to donate time at various charities throughout the year.I told the kids they should expect to get out there are least three or four times each year,so we will be back,Stokes said.The people at Metropolitan Ministries told me they were very excited to have so many young men come out and help.They said we were one of the best groups to come out and help them.That really made me proud.Stokes also encouraged others to give back. We were out there all day and hardly made a dent in everything they have to do, Stokes said.They can use all the help they can get. Gaither will play its kickoff classic football game at home against Sickles on Friday, Aug.26 at 7 p.m.The Cowboys will host Alonso on Friday,Sept.2 at 7:30 p.m.for their regular season opener.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Valerie Baker has been competing with Hillsborough Countys Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay program since 2004,but she has never performed the way she did at this years National Junior Disability Championships. The New Tampa resident and Wharton High graduate won 11 gold medals at nationals,held last month at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan.Baker has competed at the event six times,but said this was her best performance by far. I thought I would do well,but I wasnt expecting 11,said Baker.I was thinking I could win some and do well in some of the events,but not that many.It just kind of happened,and its an awesome feeling. Baker competes in the S5 division,which separates participants by their level of handicap.The higher the number,the more impaired an athlete is. Baker,19,won seven medals in swimming,three in track and another in table tennis.She set new national records for her division in the shot put,discus toss and club throw. Im just in the moment before an event,Baker said.I just let everything thats going to happen happen because thats all you can do.You practice all the time,and you just hope its enough to win. Baker said she swims four to five hours a week and practices another two hours in the field events. Andy Chasanoff,sports coordinator for Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,was happy to see all of Bakers hard work pay off. She did a tremendous job,Chasanoff said.I see all the work she puts in to get better and it was really special to see her do what she did. Shes very consistent,Chasanoff continued.She works hard in everything she does.No matter what the outcome is,shes always positive. Baker first learned of the program from her massage therapist. They thought it would help me with movement,but they also knew it could be something I would be good at,Baker said.I started off with swimming and coach Chasanoff got me into field events and table tennis.It would let me have more to do and make more friends.I love competing so much,so it was perfect. Baker has a muscle deformation that causes problems with her joints.She uses a wheelchair to stabilize herself while doing field events,but can walk on her own. Competing has made me stronger and I can do a whole lot more than I could before I started sports,Baker said.I can walk farther distances and I can push myself more. Baker will attend Florida Gulf Coast University this fall.She is undecided on her major,but thinks it might be psychology with a minor in music. I was in my high school marching band,Baker said.I started playing in 2003, and I love it.Im a percussionist. Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,which was formed nine years ago and is part of the Hillsborough parks department,brought home 40 gold,20 silver and six bronze medals while setting 10 national records at nationals.The organization was awarded first place in the medium team division,for squads with five to eight members. We had five athletes and it was a tremendous event,Chasanoff said.For some it was the first time theyve spent any time away from home competing.I think the team itself was like family.They all cheered for each other and were real happy with each others success. Baker encourages others to learn more about Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay. Its a great organization and I encourage all physically disabled teens and kids to take part in it,Baker said.You should come out and see what its all about because it really is amazing. For more information on Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,call (813) 744-5307. 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All together,the school's enrollment Students, taking a preview tour of some new high school space at Carrollwood Day School, breeze by their brand-new red lockers. The school's lockers are open as part of the school's honor system. (Photo courtesy of Carrollwood Day School) See MILESTONE,page21 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWhen Jason Stokes became Gaither's football coach in January,one of the things he wanted to instill was a since of pride in the community. The Cowboys took a step toward bettering their community by volunteering at Metropolitan Ministries'Kitchen, Warehouse,& Outreach Center in Hillsborough County on Saturday,Aug.6. "It's something I really believe in,"Stokes said."I've had my teams do it since back when I was at Bloomingdale.We didn't do Metropolitan Ministries,but other charities like it.It helps give the team a since of what is really important." Stokes coached at Bloomingdale in 2008 and Middleton the last two years before coming to Gaither.He sees it as an opportunity to teach his players while they make a difference. "It's important to realize how blessed you really are,"Stokes said."You see a lot of people with a lot of dignity who fell on hard times.It teaches the kids to appreciate everything they have.I tell the kids you should always do nice things like this because everything comes full circle.It's a good habit to have.These kids will be fathers some day and I want them to have their kids give back in the future too."Members of both the Cowboys varsity and junior varsity squads,as well as coaches took time out of their weekend to help out."It was nice to get out there and give back,"said senior defensive back Tyler McCollum."Coach Stokes is always talking about accountability and doing the right things and this is just another way we can show we are doing the right things. Everyone really liked getting a chance to give back and know they are making a difference." McCollum said it was the first time the team has done a project like this during his time on the squad.He added the players didn't mind putting in the time on a hot summer weekend. "It made all of us feel good,"McCollum said."It was hot and sure there were other things we could have been doing on a Saturday,but we know how much it means to the people we helped.That's a really cool thing." The Cowboys did whatever the workers at Metropolitan Ministries needed for the day. "We had a large group,so they separated us to help with a few different projects," Stokes said."We had some working in the outreach center,some in the food bank, some working in the thrift store and some in the warehouse and stuffing back to See COWBOYS,page21 TheLAKERUnder the lights High school football starts Aug.26Team ROSTERS and SCHEDULES inside our special pull-out section! 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In that short film,Forry describes how he uses the sound effects in a movie a crackling fire place,waves crashing into a ship,the sound of wind wailing in the background to help establish what's happening in the story. On his appearance with Kimmel,the movie critic's self-deprecating humor was obvious. During the interview,Forry was telling the talk show host about his least favorite movie,which he noted,Kimmel probably had not seen. Without missing a beat,Kimmel quipped:"Neither did you!" The comment cracked up both men and elicited uproarious laughter from the crowd. Forry said he enjoys all sorts of movies,with suspense thrillers perhaps Jay Forry (left) is seen here chatting with Jimmy Kimmel on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! show. (Photo courtesy of Jay Forry)See CRITIC,page21 Players and coaches from the Gaither football team worked at Metropolitan Ministries on Saturday, Aug. 6 as a way to give back to the community. (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.Photosby3g.com)Cowboys come up big for the community First-year Gaither coach Jason Stokes had his team volunteer at Metropolitan Ministries on Aug. 6. (File photo) Cowboys senior defensive back Tyler McCollum didn't mind giving up his Saturday to help out.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 2 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comAs Saint Leo University students head to classes this week for the beginning of a new school year,the new building housing the Donald R.Tapia School of Business is the big news on campus. The $12 million building,which exceeds 48,000 square feet,is the first new classroom building on the Saint Leo campus in decades. It is designed to take full advantage of technological tools available to enhance teaching and learning,while at the same time it seeks to create an atmosphere that fosters collaboration among faculty and students. University officials are jazzed. "The opportunities really are limitless," said Michael Nastanski,dean of the Donald R.Tapia School of Business.The dean said he tells faculty members that the university's potential accomplishments "are only limited by our imagination and our willingness to commit to the outcome." On a basic level,the new structure provides space needed to accommodate burgeoning growth.It also brings everyone in the business school under the same roof. The natural outcome of bringing students and faculty into the same building is the opportunity for more interactions. Taking that notion one step farther,the building has gathering spaces and breakout rooms designed to spur collaboration among students and between students and their teachers. The idea is to encourage students to work in teams,chat about ideas that came up during class and confer with faculty members. "The faculty are going to be much more closely intertwined with the students,"predicted Lynn Wilson,a professor of management,human resources and international business at the university. He offers this example:The students are "in one of the breakout rooms working on a case and the instructor is (in an office) 40 feet away,50 feet away,or maybe at worse one floor up or down." Stepping down the hallway or riding an elevator up or down a floor is a whole lot easier than running across campus to talk to a professor who is three buildings away especially when it's raining,Wilson said. "For the campus students,it's going to create such an excitement,"said Phil Hatlem,an instructor in sport business. "Whether they're business students or not, there's a buzz on campus already." In addition to its spacious and attractive quarters,the new building has another big advantage:It is outfitted with cutting-edge technology. The idea is to prepare students to be competitive in a global market place, Nastanski said. "The 18-,19and 20-year-old coming in here is tech-savvy and totally connected to the Web.Now,we're going to leverage that technology what they're comfortable with to stimulate learning in the classroom.That is the ultimate goal,"Nastanski said. The university also has been working with faculty members to help them take full advantage of the technology,said Claudia Ruiz,assistant director of instructional technology. Some classrooms are equipped with four interactive screens,while others have two. The interactive screens allow faculty members to involve students in various activities at the same time.For instance,some students can be reading a CNN report,while a small group is doing an exercise it will share with the class.At the same time,others can be putting together a spreadsheet or working on a particular formula. Instead of standing behind a podium,the professor can move about the room,stopping to ask questions,field queries and provide direction. "It's about collaboration,interaction,engagement and active learning.That's what we're aiming for,"Ruiz said. The teachers will be able to use different modes of instructional delivery and students will be able to engage in different learning styles. The technology also will allow distance learners to see what's happening on all of the interactive screens in the classroom and to hear what the professor is saying,Ruiz said.And,students at the Saint Leo campus will be able to listen to lectures offered by experts in different locales. The changes in technology will give faculty members more tools,but the university recognizes that faculty members will need some time and professional training to make full use of the tools. To that end,a team of professors will be helping their colleagues to see how the technology can be harnessed for their dayto-day work. "We know that the unknown sometimes is threatening,"Ruiz said,but those concerns may be lessened when peers are learning from each other. Students will be using tools of technology that are commonly used in workplaces, Ruiz said.The technical skills they develop should give them an edge over other job candidates when they graduate,she said. 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"It's a special group,"Mariano said."All they do is help people in their hardest time. I congratulate them for everything they do." Ward said she was "overjoyed"with the resolution. "The interdisciplinary approach to hospice is the core of what we do,"Ward said. "Our doctors,and nurses,and chaplains, aids,volunteers and everyone work together.The mission is to serve patients who have chronic illness and life-threatening situations.The crux of hospice care is to alleviate pain and provide comfort while assisting in the quality of life.Everyone here believes in that and it's a very heart-felt approach to serving our population." The care extends past the patient. "It's the family and loved ones as well," Ward said."It's a holistic approach and it takes a lot of coordination to handle all that. Listening to all the needs and alleviating stress and pain so they can spend the rest of the time they have left with the people they love.It's really wonderful to watch." Ward has been with Gulfside for seven years and has seen the organization grow into what it is today."When I started we had just 50 patients and just the New Port Richey center,"Ward said."At that time,hospice really started to grow as did our understanding of everything it takes to help our patients.People needed more training to understand those clinical approaches we use.We started partnering with the hospitals and nursing homes and then started building our own free-standing in-patient facilities for intense care."The newest free-standing site was the Zephyrhills location,which opened in February 2010.Today,Gulfside has six locations for hospice and bereavement services, along with five thrift shops designed to raise money to pay for care provided. Ward said it's the more than 250 employees and 550 volunteers who make Gulfside's efforts possible. "It's not always easy working in hospice care,"Ward said."My job is to nurture our staff because there are days when we may have 10 deaths,but on the other end there are the people they help each day." Ward said the future of Gulfside is learning how to continue offering end-of-life care in a changing healthcare industry. "The goal is to keep the hospice industry stable because a lot of things are changing with new regulations starting up,"Ward said. "We're at a really crucial time.We're being audited and looked at very strictly by all the Medicare and Medicaid services.Some of the scrutiny is getting more intense,so we're preparing for the future of care.The second goal is to continue to partner with more and new hospitals and retirement homes to offer more people this kind of care." For more information about Gulfside Regional Hospice,call (727) 845-5707 or visit www.GRHospice.org. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comBreastfeeding infants may be healthy for both mother and child,but many new moms find mastering the technique somewhat daunting. Pasco County Health Officer Dr.David Johnson said breastfeeding is very natural, but is a learned behavior and not something that comes instinctively to mothers. "Support is a major component of successful breastfeeding and helping mothers to overcome obstacles creates a strong foundation for a baby's health,"Johnson said. "Current research shows that when mothers receive help and support from those surrounding them,including their family, employer and healthcare providers it ultimately leads to a more successful breastfeeding experience."August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month and the state health department is offering support to help mothers,especially new ones,through its county chapters.It has created a program called Women,Infants and Children (WIC) to offer additional support for breastfeeding.One mother in Pasco who has received help from WIC is Miriam Gatian,who has a 4-month-old daughter named Alyssa.Her consultant,Teresa Del Negro,helped remove any doubts in her mind about the benefits of breastfeeding. "I am so thankful for the (WIC) breastfeeding peer counseling program,"Gatian said."I have gone through some pretty rough times in the beginning with breastfeeding where I was doubting myself and really needed to talk to someone about breastfeeding.Being able to talk to Teresa Del Negro really gave me the boost I needed to have the confidence in my ability in being a good mom to my baby." In Hillsborough,the county health department has partnered with St.Joseph's Women's Hospital to raise awareness about breastfeeding. "We will have educational materials available,including the Hillsborough County Task Force's Resource Guide for new moms and families who might be interested in breastfeeding support,"said Walter Niles, manager of the Hillsborough County Health Department's Office of Health Equity. St.Joseph's lactation specialist Jessica Gordon adds,"Breastfeeding can be one of the most enjoyable experiences for a new mother,and the health benefits are significant in both mother and baby." Gordon said most of the benefits happen if a child is breastfed exclusively for the first six months of life. Benefits include:Breastfeeding encourages the brain growth and development in babies and helps babies reach their full intellectual potential.Breastfed babies are one-third less likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome. Breastfed babies have fewer illnesses, are less likely to be hospitalized in the first year of life and have milder effects when illness does happen. Breastfed babies are less likely to develop respiratory infections,ear infections, childhood diabetes and certain cancers. Breastfed babies are less likely to grow into overweight children. Breastfeeding helps to reduce the risk of breast and ovarian cancer for women. Breastfeeding provides a bonding connection for mother and baby. Women interested in more information on local WIC programs should call (877) 942-2329 or visit www.FloridaWIC.org. To learn more about Hillsborough's program,call (813) 307-8000 or visit www.hillscountyhealth.org.For more information on St.Joseph's Women's Hospital's services for breastfeeding mothers,call (813) 879-4730.Benefits of mother's milk Gulfside Regional honored for nonprofit workGulfside Regional Hospice receiving a special resolution from the Pasco County Commission. From left are Commissioner Henry Wilson, Ashley Mann, Commissioner Ann Hildebrand, Brenda Browne, Brenda Gillham, Linda Ward, Commissioner Jack Mariano, Commissioner Ted Schrader and Commissioner Pat Mulieri. (Photo courtesy of Ashley Mann) Phone (813) 862-8692 E-mail: MsJillSpeech@yahoo.com26908 Foggy Creek Rd. 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By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comCynthia Floyd's dream of opening a bookshop began when she was quite young. Her love of reading began even earlier. "When I was a kid,I read everything,"she said. At one point,her school librarian at Carrollwood Elementary told Floyd that she'd read every biography in the school's collection. Over the years,Floyd's reading tastes have changed.Now, she'd rather read fiction than biographies. But her love for the written word has continued,unabated. She reads for pleasure.She reads to learn.She reads to enlarge her world. "I cannot do or visit or experience all of the things in life,personally,but reading takes me there,"said Floyd, owner of Book Swap of New Tampa,an independently owned used bookstore at the southeast corner of SR 56 and Bruce B.Downs Boulevard. Floyd,who also owns Book Swap of Carrollwood,said opening a second shop has been risky,especially in these tough economic times. She is confident,though,that her New Tampa/Wesley Chapel store will attract enough business to keep it going. She acknowledged that business is not where it needs to be yet. Still,she believes that she has picked an excellent spot for her shop. It's just like deciding where to buy a house,she said:location,location,location. The shop is at a highly traveled intersection and the store is directly across the street from the Barnes & Noble at The Shops at Wiregrass,which Floyd thinks will work in her favor. The area's potential is excellent,too,she said. The Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel on Bruce B.Downs Boulevard is slated to open next fall and Pasco-Hernando Community College's Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch is set to begin classes in 2014. So far,the bookstore is attracting traffic and getting good reviews from patrons,she said. "The bookstore has been really well received by customers.People tell me that they're thrilled we're here.I hope that translates into dollars,"she said. But the recession has posed difficulties, Floyd said. Despite the challenges,she prefers to take the long view. "I think it just comes to a point,where we all just have to be patient and look for a better future,"said Floyd,who used to be a government employee before becoming a bookseller. About seven years ago,Floyd gave herself a $2,000 allowance and a year to research what it would take for her to open a bookstore. "I went to bookseller conferences,I went to bookseller school.I did a lot of Internet research,"she said. And,after all that,she decided to take the plunge buying the Book Swap of Carrollwood. Since then,of course,much has changed in the book world.For one thing,eBooks have become all the rage. eBooks are available through Floyd's website,but she believes there's still a strong market for people who prefer hard copies. Her store sells new and used books and can order anything for a customer if it is still in print.Unlike most shops,readers can bring in used books and trade them in for credits toward the purchase of other books. "We give you store credit.We don't pay cash for books.The store credit can be used for anything in the store,but you do pay a percentage,"Floyd said. The store gives a 25 percent credit up to a maximum of $2 for paperbacks;up to $4 for hard covers;and up to $5 for audio books. But it doesn't accept every book that people bring into the shop,Floyd said.It grants store credits for books based on the condition,author and title.In essence,the store buys books that it thinks it can sell. The store credits can be used to purchase anything in the store,but there's a limit to how much can be used on each purchase.Those buying a used book can pay up to 50 percent of the price with a store credit;when buying something new,they can use pay up to 30 percent with a store credit. If you purchase a book from the store and bring it back in good condition,after reading it,the store guarantees it will buy it back,Floyd said.Swap books in New Tampa Book SwapNew Tampa 1946 Bruce B.Downs Blvd. (813) 929-7490 Carrollwood 13144 N.Dale Mabry Highway (813) 963-6979 www.bookswapfl.com Cynthia Floyd poses near a display of her store's best sellers. The book seller has been a voracious reader since childhood. (Photos by B.C. Manion) 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 4 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Joey Holloway has been in the farm supply business for 30 years and he's never seen a trend take off as quickly as backyard chickens.In the past several months, his Land O' Lakes store has sold more than 100 portable chicken coops to mostly suburban families, many who live in subdivisions such as Lake Padgett Estates and Oakstead."People are buying chickens to raise because they are health conscious and want to know what's in their eggs. Others are involved in the sustainability movement and are growing as much of their own food as they can," said Holloway. Holloway's backyard chicken kit includes a custom-made 4' X 8' portable chicken coop that Holloway builds himself, an elevated hen house, feeder and water, six chicks and a supply of chicken feed. Cost for the package is $265 and includes material on how to care for the birds. In just 21 weeks, chicks are grown and laying fresh eggs daily. "Chickens are easy to raise and make a great family project," said Holloway. "Customers tell us raising chickens becomes a learning experience for the whole family and often chickens become like family pets." Fifteen years ago Holloway's main business was feed for cattle and horses. Today it primarily sells outdoor items wanted by suburban families, including bird seed, bird feeders, garden supplies, dog and cat food, pesticides, pond and lake weed control and propane gas tank refills. But its biggest seller is chicken supplies and the backyard chicken coop. "I can't build them fast enough," Holloway said. Holloway has worked at his farm supply store all of his working life, beginning as a teenager when the business was then Moore's Farm Supply. He eventually bought the business and changed its name to Holloway's. Today he owns the business with his wife Casie.More suburban families raising backyard chickens Holloway's Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land O'Lakes Blvd.(US 41) (US 41,just south of Hungry Harry's BBQ) Learn From USF Poultry ExpertsFREE SEMINAR:Health Management and Nutrition for Chickens Thurs.,Oct.20 at 6:30 p.m.@ Holloway's Farm Supply Call 813-949-6809 to reserve your spot Dr.Gary Butcher,poultry veterinarian Dr.Richard Miles,professor of poultry nutrition Ed Jennings,regional agent,IFAS Extension

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 5 Would you buy a pair of shoes that did not fit?Of course not.It would be like advertising in a newspaper that does not fit your customer base.The best fit for your marketing dollars is advertising that is seen by the people who count most consumers who live closest to your location. The Laker / Lutz News813.909.2800 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.comPeople are shopping closer to home*-39% are shopping closer to home -37% are shopping for sales more often*2010 Community Newspaper Readership Survey, National Newspaper AssociationInvest in resultsBefore you spend your hard-earned money on advertising, make sure you get the best value for your money with effective circulation. YOUR NEIGHBORS ARE YOUR BESTCUSTOMERS. The Laker and Lutz News give you more neighbors than anyone else. !" #$%"& Lutz Land O' Lakes W esle y Chapel Laker/Lutz News* 9,440 14,895 13,530 Tampa Tribune** 4,593 3,523 3,825 St.Petersburg*** 1,997 3,141 2,625We call this effective circulation. Every paper we deliver is within a 10-mile radius of most businesses in Lutz, Land O'Lakes and Wesley Chapel.Central Pasco Midweek Newspaper Circulation Community News Publications 2010 CVC Audit / ** Tampa Tribune Dec. 27, 2009 AB C Audit / ***St. Petersburg Times Jan. 12, 2010 ABC Audit

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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  Special Occasion Updo  Makeup ExpertWe use 100% Organic Color Beautiful coverage from Black to Platinum Weuse100%OrganicColorBeautifulcoveragefromBlacktoPlatinum No Ammonia / No Peroxide € No worries on your scalp or hair NoAmmonia/NoPeroxide€NoworriesonyourscalporhairEveryone that comes to us expects Everyonethatcomestousexpects only the best... onlythebest...Why arent YOU? WhyarentYOU?4032LANDOLAKESBLVD813-817-3451 4032 LAND O LAKES BLVD813-817-3451 all natural hair products Everyone that comes to us expects Everyonethatcomestousexpects only the best... onlythebest...Why arent YOU? WhyarentYOU?NOW OFFERING THE BESTEVER ALL ORGANIC KERA GREENHAIR STRAIGHTENER NO CHEMICALS! TAKE THE FRIZZ & CURL OUTOF YOUR HAIR THIS SUMMER Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 6 HOMES FOR SALEIVY LAKES ESTATES2004 4/2/2 home with 2066 sq ft of living area. This gated community offers a soccer field, basketball court, volleyball net and playground. The home is well cared for with Berber carpet and tile, Delta faucets and a hydro massage tub in master bath. In Pasco County at Hillsborough County line. Home will sell quickly at $191,000! Call Faith Garcia today 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3603.SHORT SALEBeautiful executive Mercedes home. 4/3.5/3 on a cul-de-sac. 3,491 heated sq ft Tons of extras in this home. Price reduced to $274,900. Call Angie Rivera 813-995-0101DUPREE GARDENS LAKEFRONTon King Lake, ready for the ski boat! Boat house, dock, spa, fireplace, and huge oak trees, large view of lake. Beautiful sunsets. Cody Adams 813-909-07124/3/3 IN BRIGHTWATER2250 sq ft with pool & spa on lake, great view from front door overlooking pool and lake Short Sale "Won't Last" Cody Adams 813-909-07123 PICTURESQUE LOTSfor manufactured homes in Kanawha Village. Septic, well and electric on site $45,900. Call Mauricio Rodriguez 813-748-2389BIG YARDDoublewide mobile home on 1+ acre of land. Great home for outdoor activities. $90,000 Call now to make an appointment! Angie Rivera 813-995-0101WILDERNESS LAKE PRESERVEshort sale. 5/3/3 with Media room, Large Master bed and bath. Formal dining and living room, oversized 3 car garage. Premier guarded community with clubhouse & many activities $205,000 call Allen Senel 727-492-5023NO NEIGHBORSin back. 1997 3/2 dble wide on 2.3 wooded acres off SR 54 exit from I75. Asking $100,000. Seller will finance. Call Helen Grantham, 813-767-48992/2/2 IN THE GROVESboasts a library, fitness center, craft room, pool and Jacuzzi, lighted tennis courts, and of course 18-hole golf course $128,500. Call Carol Winship 813-469-1554LAKE PADGETT ESTATES3/2/2 home on private cul-de-sac. Open floor plan, great for entertaining. Fenced yard $139,900 Cody Adams 813-909-0712VACANT PROPERTY5 ACRE MOBILE HOME PARK ON U.S. 41 NORTH12 existing licensed pads with septic, well, and electric! Create a community! $139,000 Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106LAKEFRONTin Land O'Lakes, FL .57 acres on lovely Lake Tony! Build your dream home today! $89,900! Faith Garcia 813-503-6610 or 813-949-3600 Ext 106S. HERNANDO COUNTY 4.64 acres of pasture, all high and dry. $69,000 call Arnold Godwin 813-690-7843 RENTAL PROPERTY1 BR 1 BATH CONDOin Renaissance Villas, Gated community with fitness center and community pool, super nice, fenced for privacy $600 per month Irving Hernandez 813-843-6026COMMERCIAL SALE/LEASEOWN YOUR OWN RESTAURANT ON PROMINENT COMMERICAL CORNERGrand Blvd, Old Sticky Fingers Restaurant, Old Florida Style House with wrap around porch. Great business opportunity, New Port Richey, 1/2 acre, lift station, Price Slashed from $250,000 to $150,000. Cody Adams 813-909-0712BANK OWNEDGOLF COURSE LOTin Quail Hollow on Country Club Drive. Beautiful treed lot 1+ acres $79,900. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE -3,000 Sq. Ft. near Sun Coast & 54. 90% Bank Financing Cody Adams 813-909-0712 COMMERCIAL BUILDING -5,000 Sq. Ft., zoned C2 on US 41. 3/47 A/C + 1/4 Warehouse. Cody Adams 813-909-0712 Russell Adams Realty,Inc.2502 Land O'Lakes Blvd.Corner of Carson Rd.& US 41949-3603 www.russelladamsrealty.com"BUSINESS IS HOPPING LOOKING FOR ENERGIZED AGENTS 813-949-3600" ALL DOGS  ALL BREEDS ANY AGE  ANY TEMPERAMENTSpecializing In Private Training in Your HomeBoard &Train FREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION 18875 State Rd 54 813-949-3644woofgangbakerylutz.com &GROOMINGPet Grooming $5.00 OffFIRST GROOMINGOpen 7 days a week Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK Break Thru Ministries of Tampa BayHeritage Church,1854 Oak Grove Drive, Lutz. Women's Bible Study beginning at 10:30 a.m.August 24 and every Wednesday thereafter.Dr.Ouida Walsh will be the teacher. For more information call (813) 948-8860.First United First United Methodist Church,960 W.Lutz Lake Fern Road in Lutz. Chapel Service every Sunday 8 a.m. Blended Service 9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service 11:30 a.m. Classes for all ages,9:45 and 11:30 a.m. For more information,call (813) 949-1751.Holy Trinity Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,20735 Leonard Road in Lutz. "Sunday School Carnival",9:15 a.m. August 28. Traditional service every Sunday 8 a.m. Family service 9:15 a.m. Service with the choir at 10:30 a.m. Nursery care is provided for children in kindergarten or younger for the 9:15 and 10:30 a.m.services. Choir rehearses at 7:45 p.m.every Wednesday. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 9 Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.comPHCC WILL OFFER AN EARLY CHILDHOOD CREDENTIALThe continuing education department at Pasco-Hernando Community College is offering an Operation of an Early Childhood Center course for the fall term. The class will meet each Saturday from Sept.17 through Nov.12 from 9 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.This course will be offered at the West Campus in New Port Richey,10230 Ridge Road.The class will have a fee of $325 and meets the credentialing requirements for directors and administrators of childcare centers.It has been approved for both the foundation and advanced level credentials by the Florida Children's Forum. Competencies that are taught include childcare and education organizational leadership and management;financial and legal issues;publicity and marketing strategies;diversity issues;assessment and documentation;health,safety and nutrition issues;and collaboration among programs, families and community resources. For additional information call (877) 8797422 or visit www.phcc.edu.BACK-TO-SCHOOL BACKPACKSStaff at Florida Hospital Zephyrhills donated 76 backpacks and additional school supplies to children in need.The project was coordinated by Charles McEndree and Natasha Forbes-Thorne,with assistance from Monica Wills,Carolyn Sentelik and Lin Ann Sobkowiak. The 10-member Informatics team gave 25 of the backpacks,which were delivered to the Samaritan Project for distribution.LOCAL POET WINS AWARDKristen Gallo,11,of Odessa won in the junior category,age 11 and under,in the Tampa Bay Estuary Program's Invasive Species Poetry Contest.The 11-year-old's entry,"The Evil Plant,"is about the pesky potato plant.The contest drew nearly 100 entries,with submissions coming from writers ranging from ages 6 to 84.Each winner will receive a $250 cash prize.MACY'S AND READING IS FUNDAMENTAL TO HOST SPELLING BEEMacy's 6th Annual Spelling Bee hosted by Reading is Fundamental is back for yet another year. Kids ages 8-11 can compete in the Spelling Bee for a chance to compete in the finals in New York on Sept.24. Each regional Spelling Bee champ will take home prizes.Those prizes include a year of online tutoring from Kaplan Smart Track and a $150 gift card from Scholastic. The winner of the final competition in New York will receive a California vacation for a family of four including round trip air travel,hotel accommodations and more,provided by Radio Disney. The winner also will receive a $5,000 Kaplan Smart Track Tutoring Scholarship and a $500 Scholastic gift card. The Macy's Spelling Bee is open to the first 50 children,ages 8-11,who register on site on the day of the event. Registration begins at 1 p.m.,with the competition beginning at 2 p.m. For more details and a complete listing of participating Macy's locations,visit www.macys.com/spellingbee. The local competition is set for Aug.27 from 2-4 p.m.at the Macy's in Citrus Park, 7801 Citrus Park Town Center.WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY HONOR STUDENTSMolly Elizabeth Reissmann of Lutz was named to the Dean's List for the spring 2011 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.Reissmann is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences.To qualify for the honor, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.5 or above and be enrolled in at least 14 graded units. www.gcsmotorsports.net George Csanadi Professional Driving Instructor Laser Surgery Dentistry Boarding/Daycare Grooming 4306 Land O' Lakes Blvd.At the NE corner of Bell Lake & US 41Serving Land O' Lakes for 25 Years!www.LandolakesAnimalHospital.comLAND O' LAKES ANIMAL HOSPITAL813-996-2021 Dogs starting at $45.00Cats starting at $39.00Low Cost ThursdaysSPAY / NEUTER SR 54US Hwy 41Bell Lake RdHale RdLUTZLAND O' LAKES N M.J.B. & M.D.B. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 10 Widening on pace for early December finishBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe most expensive road project in Pasco County history is just more than three months away from completion. Pasco Chief Project Manager Robert Shepherd said the $105.2 million job to widen SR 54 in Wesley Chapel will be finished before Christmas. "Everything is going well,"Shepherd said. "We're approximately four months ahead of schedule." The project,which started last March,is making the highway six lanes from I-75 to Curley Road,a stretch of about 3.5 miles. James Widman,Pasco chief engineer,said the reason for the early opening lies with the construction company,Pepper Contracting Services. "Their people are really moving and have been from the start,"Widman said."They've had everyone working at what I would call top speed since the beginning,and it has shown in the pace of construction." Shepherd said all the major hurdles,including moving utilities,are finished.He said the only obstacle that could slow things down would be an unusually wet end of the year. "The only concern would be the weather during the next three months,but we are in good shape to handle the normal amount of rain that would be expected,"Shepherd said. Shepherd also said all major traffic pattern shifts have already happened,so drivers will likely not see any big surprises while driving through the construction zone until the job is done. "We will have three more traffic shifts, but the same amount of lanes will remain open during the remainder of the project," Shepherd said."No big surprises left.At least, we hope there won't be any." Only $28 million of the project is for the construction,about 27 percent of the total cost.The majority of the money,$74.2 million,went to right-of-way land purchase, with another $3 million for planning and design. Widman said the cost of right-of-way was so expensive because of the large number of businesses that had to be bought out in order to complete the job.He said there were about eight businesses that had to be completely removed,with most moving elsewhere within the county. Pasco Commissioner Pat Mulieri said the county has established a new ordinance to make sure such hefty price tags for road widenings do not become a habit. "We've learned from that and now we have a row-acquisition policy,so development has to be far enough away from roads for future widening,"Mulieri said. Mulieri added she has been a big proponent of such road widenings and other infrastructure improvements during her 17 years on the county commission. "It's one of the best things we can do to bring more jobs to our county,"Mulieri said. "We need to have ways to move people and products. "It is already bringing more jobs to the area,"Mulieri continued."T.Rowe Price is bringing 1,600 jobs to the area and they told me it was because of the building of needed roads like (SR) 54." The widening of SR 54 in Wesley Chapel is on pace for completion in December. (File photo)Completion on horizon for SR 54 project ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. 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Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 11 EVENTS Trinity Church is hosting a silent auction and 50/50 raffle to benefit the Samaritan Project of Zephyrhills on Saturday,Aug.27. The auction will feature artists for humanity,and proceeds from the auction and raffle will benefit homeless veterans and will be held at 33425 SR 54.Tickets to the event,which starts at 7:30 p.m.,are $15.Make checks payable to Pasco Veterans Council.For tickets or more information, call (352) 588-4058 or (727) 834-3282.MOTHERS MORNING R&RMothers Morning R&R,a community outreach ministry of All Saints Lutheran Church,is meeting beginning Tuesday,Aug. 30.The group provides women of all faiths and ages a gathering for fellowship and devotional time to share the joys and challenges of motherhood.Meetings provide coffee,snacks and discussion. Children can be looked after at the church's nursery with a professional childcare attendant.The church is located at 5315 Van Dyke Road.To register a child for childcare,call the All Saints Church office prior to the meet-up time at (813) 963-0969 or email the office at allsaintsoffice.org.SHOP TILL YOU DROPMacy's is holding its sixth annual "Shop for a Cause"charity shopping event.It's a oneday-only shopping event created to support local charities'fundraising efforts.By purchasing a $5 shopping pass to the event,customers support their favorite causes and receive 25 percent off most regular,sale and clearance purchases at the store or online all day.Some exclusions apply,see shopping pass for complete details.Passes sold at all Macy's stores beginning Aug.20 through Aug.27 and at macys.com on Aug.27 will benefit the March of Dimes.The March of Dimes is the leading non-profit organization for pregnancy and baby health.A complete list of participating charities is available at www.macys.com/shopforacause.PETS LITTLE CATS' RESCUEThe Little Cats'Rescue is promoting its monthly "Fun-Raiser"dinner,which takes place every fourth Thursday of the month at Sweet Tomatoes beginning at 5 p.m. Located at 10156 US 19 North,the next dinner is on Aug.25.Participants need to bring an invitation flyer and present it at the time of meal purchase so Sweet Tomatoes may donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the rescue group.Invitations may be downloaded from www.TheLittleCatsRescue.org or on the group's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheLittleCatsRescue.POLITICS REPUBLICAN CLUB MEETINGThe Faith and Family Values Republican Club of Pasco meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month.The next meeting is scheduled for Aug.25 at 7 p.m.It will take place at Grace Baptist Church,2600 Cypress Ridge Blvd.,Wesley Chapel.The club aims to promote and protect JudeoChristian family values and principles by educating,assisting,and uniting the Republican Party of Pasco County to engage the community in the issues of the day.State Rep.Will Weatherford will be the guest speaker.For further information, contact President Carlos Saenz at (813) 5464686 or email pascoffv@gmail.com. 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Your Neighborhood Sports Source Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Academy at the Lakes sixman football team went 7-5 last year and made the Florida Christian Association of Private and Parochial Schools (FCAPPS) playoffs. That was Wildcats coach John Castelamare's first season leading a six-man program after spending 38 years teaching traditional football in Pasco County public schools.He and his team have learned from 2010 and are predicting more success now. "I've coached football for most of my life,but I had to learn what it takes to coach six-man football,"said Castelamare,who coached the sport at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009."There were things that I'd done for years that don't work in six-man. Plus the kids had to learn what it takes to play." Sophomore center Isaac Kloeotek agreed with Castelamare:"We're all much more used to six-man football.Growing up,you play flag football or regular football,but you don't usually play six-man.Now we're more comfortable with it." The transition was even more difficult for senior quarterback A.J.Carlson,who had never played tackle football before 2010. "Before last year I had only played flag football,"Carlson said."I remember the first two days we had pads,I had to get used to throwing with them on.It's a lot different throwing with a big shoulder pad on your arm.I had to skip the preview hitting routines to learn how to throw again.I had to go through all the little things to get the throwing motion down. "It's a lot different playing quarterback at this level,"Carlson continued."Just little moves to the left or the right is what can make or break the whole play.I had to get used to all those basics because it was a whole new experience." The Wildcats started off slowly in 2010, losing their first two games,but won five straight and seven of the final 10 contests. "I feel like we really meshed as a team toward the end of last season,"Carlson said."I think we might have been playing a little bit better and we might have been more skilled,but I think it was more about us coming together as a team." Carlson said the atmosphere is significantly different from this time last year. "Everyone has been going out of our way to help each other,"Carlson said."We're trying to keep that family togetherness going.It's becoming more important to us. Now that most of us have had a year to mesh together,I think there's going to be more of a team effort and a want to succeed for others." Patrick Pate,who played under Castelamare as a guard at Wesley Chapel High before graduating in 2009,helped lead the Wildcats workouts this summer.He is currently a junior at the University of Mississippi,also known as Ole Miss,and said he is not surprised the academy is taking off after a year with his former coach."I'm in ROTC at Ole Miss and will be a commissioned officer in the Army when I graduate,and I still use what coach Cass taught me at Wesley Chapel,"Pate said."I use the same training and the disciple he taught me.He's a great coach and a great mentor."The academy football ranks have swelled from eight players during last spring to 21 now. "We've been working to get the excitement up with the program and get the kids interested in playing here,"Castelamare said. "The school has done a great job getting us what we need and supporting our program." Carlson said the new players and a year of experience for the veterans will serve the Wildcats well this season. "Now that I know the basics,as well as everyone else knowing the basics of our system,I think we can focus on the nit-picky details,"Carlson said."We can focus on making all the plays looking crisp because we don't have to think about how we're going to do it.We'll just know." The academy will play its first game on Friday,Aug.26 at home.The kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.,at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,3032 Collier Parkway in Land O' Lakes. By Zack PetersonStaff WriterIn all his 40 years of coaching high school football,coach John Castelamare has used the Iron Man challenge to determine how prepared his team is for the upcoming season. Through small private school rosters and large public school squads consisting of 80 players,the Iron Man has stood the test of time,gauging fitness for all football players. Castelamare,who coached at Wesley Chapel from 1999-2009,has brought the tradition to Academy at the Lakes,where for the second year running the Wildcats have experienced everything the Iron Man has to offer. "Today,we're going to see how tough you are!"Castelamare exclaimed as the players sat in the gym stretching,calmly waiting in the eye of the storm on Aug.8,the first day of fall practice. "But don't be afraid,you'll get through it," the veteran coach chuckled. After stretching,the 19 Wildcats are put into small group;ready to dive into the Iron Man's tradition. "We've got to get into better shape as time goes on,"said senior quarterback A.J. Carlson. The Iron Man includes shuttles,a vertical jump test,a 10 and 40-yard dash that are timed together,an 880-yard run and overand-unders,where players measure how many times they can leap over their partner and crawl back underneath their spread legs during 30 second intervals. "It's a good test of seeing who's in shape and who's getting stronger,"Castelamare said."You can always tell." The Wildcats finally divide into small groups and cycle through the Iron Man's phases.The summer heat pours down on the players'heads.Beads of sweat gather and roll down the players'red,huffing cheeks. Eventually,they all "get through it"just as Castelamare predicts. Next,everyone is ushered into the locker room where Castelamare outlines his personal rules and reveals to the players his "Quit List,"a series of five rules built on his years of experience that explains why players quit. For Castelamare,it's all about preparation and hard work.With that inspiration in mind,the players rally together to face the looming 880. The Wildcats take off together,expending the last reserve of their energy.One by one,they cross the finish line,but despite this,they're closer than ever. "It's all about teamwork,hard work and staying together,"Castelamare said to the group as they all took a knee at the conclusion of the Iron Man. Evan Gordy,a running back and defensive end,finished first,while Carlson finished second.Academy at the Lakes football gears up for 2011 Academy junior Tony Arrington powers through a lift while coach John Castelamare checks his form. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Wildcats quarterback A.J. Carlson takes a long snap from center Isaac Kloeotek after a recent workout. Former Wesley Chapel football player Patrick Pate speaks with the academy players during a recent workout. A.J. Carlson runs shuttles during the Iron Man. (Photos by Zack Peterson) Coach John Castelamare checks his timer between cycles. Stationed at the shuttles, Castelamare counted the number of times players went back and forth between the lines he set up. Coach Cass continues Iron Man tradition813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 12

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By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAnother football season is tantalizingly near,complete with fresh new district alignments to create new match ups while keeping many traditional rivalries. The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) redistricts all prep sports every two years to account for new schools opening and changes in population. Schools with a similar amount of students are grouped together by location. "It isn't very fair for a school with 2,500 kids to play against one with 50,"said FHSAA spokesman Seth Polansky."Also,this year we've added a classification for rural schools to level the playing field.Instead of the old classes,now it's 1A through 8A. There isn't a 1B or 2B anymore to simplify the numbering." The larger the number of the class,the more students at the school. The preliminary new districts released late last year would have split up Pasco's longest running rivalry the 9-Mile War between Zephyrhills and Pasco,which has been played 53 times.Despite both being in Class 5A,Zephyrhills had been grouped with three Polk County schools in District 9. Pasco was in 5A-6 with Wesley Chapel. Zephyrhills principal Steve Van Gorden sent a letter of appeal that convinced the FHSAA to move the Bulldogs in with the Pirates and Wildcats in 5A-6. "It's really good for us,"Van Gorden said. "Any time you can keep your natural rivals, it's a good thing.These kids have played against each other for years in youth football and it's community versus community when they get together.It's a fun thing." Pasco principal Pat Reedy said he agrees the rivalry is good for the area. "You see grandfathers watching their grandchildren playing in the game they played in years ago,"Reedy said."It's really a special thing to see." In central Pasco,Sunlake and Land O' Lakes will remain district opponents in 6A6.The two squads were also in 3A-7 last year with Mitchell,who will move into the new district that includes River Ridge. The Gators reached the playoffs last season as the district runner-up,the 14th straight appearance for the program.The Seahawks finished 8-2 and just missed out on a postseason berth after losing to Land O'Lakes. The Seahawks and Gators will likely have an easier time making the regional tournament in the new district alignment without Pasco,which won four straight district championships including in 3A-7 the last two years. Moving to the new 7A-7,four area schools have been grouped together Freedom,Gaither,Steinbrenner and Wiregrass Ranch. The Patriots and Cowboys were in the same district last year,but this alignment moves fellow north Hillsborough newcomer Steinbrenner with them. "It's nice to be moving up,"said Warriors coach Floyd Graham."2A district we were in with Jesuit and Robinson was a tough one. We think we'll be able to compete in the new district." Jesuit finished 11-1 last season last year, while Robinson was 10-3. Gaither and Steinbrenner played last year,a 20-7 win for the Cowboys,and Graham said the two programs wanted to continue playing even before learning they would be district rivals.He did say his team still wants to play Strawberry Crest,which had been a district opponent the last two years. "I don't really know why,but that's the team we think of as our main rival,"Graham said."Maybe it's because we started the same time two years ago,maybe because that was the first game we played,maybe it's because we played them two times that first year.I don't know,but we want to keep playing them." Wiregrass Ranch is the only Pasco school in 7A-7,but that does not phase the Bulls. "My philosophy is we'll play anyone,"said Wiregrass Ranch coach Jeremy Shobe."We'll prepare for anyone on our schedule.We're excited to go and represent Pasco County." The Bulls have never played any Hillsborough school during the regular season in their five-year history. Carrollwood Day has also joined a district for the first time in school history.Last year it was an independent,but will move into 2A-5.Patriots coach Lane McLaughlin said the team wanted to move into a district to have a chance at an FHSAA state championship. Six-man football teams like Academy at the Lakes and Zephyrhills Christian play in a league not affiliated with FHSAA,so redistricting does not affect those programs. Additionally,Bishop McLaughlin plays as an independent program. NEW FOOTBALL DISTRICTSClass 7A-District 7 Chamberlain Freedom Gaither Steinbrenner Tampa Bay Tech Wiregrass Ranch Class 6A-District 6 Central Hernando Land O' Lakes Mitchell Nature Coast River Ridge Springstead Sunlake Class 5A-District 6 Anclote Fivay Gulf Hudson Pasco Ridgewood Wesley Chapel Zephyrhills Class 2A-District 5 Admiral Farragut (St.Petersburg) Bradenton Christian Calvary Christian (Clearwater) Cambridge Christian (Tampa) Canterbury (St.Petersburg) Carrollwood Day Indian Rocks Christian (Largo) Keswick Christian (St.Petersburg) Northside Christian (St.Petersburg) The Wiregrass Ranch football team won the first district championship in program history last year. New district alignments mov e the Bulls in with five Hillsborough County teams. New districts reshape area high school football Steinbrenner defensive back Tyler McClain sends Gaither quarterback Shug Oyegunle flying last year. When the two teams play this season, it will be a district match-up. 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STEINBRENNER HIGH2010 record 5-5No. NAME POSITION GRADE 1 Kendall Pearcy RB Jr. 2 Cory Cintron RB Jr. 3Trey Johnson DB Jr. 4Jake Carroll RB So. 5 Jon Carrier WR Jr. 6Shaheem Barthel RB So. 8 Tyler McClain DB Jr. 9 Ryan Gore DB Jr. 10 Curtis Fitch QB So. 11 Josh Lyons DB Sr. 12 Cody Cazin RB Sr. 13 Andrew Feldhaus DB Sr. 14 Brian Gainer QB Sr. 15 Nick Green RB Sr. 16 Logan LaPace QB Jr. 17 Gee Gee Codato LB Sr. 18 Zack Jones DB Sr. 19 Logan McKnight RB Jr. 21 Jarrett Penzer DB Jr. 22 Amari Brown LB Jr. 23 Daniel Fernandez QB Sr. 24 Doug Evans DB Jr. 25 Conner Byrd WR Jr. 26 Parker Skornschek LB So. 27 Alex Hanson RB So. 30 AJ Brown LB Sr. 32 Daniel Villar DB So. 40 Matt Iacovino LB Jr. 42 Caleb Turner LB Jr. 43 Kyle Bade DB Jr. 44 Brad Atkinson LB So. 46 Chandler Phillips K Jr. 47 Jess Weatherman K Jr. 50 Tyler Hampton OL Sr. 51 Zack Goldsmith OL Jr. 52 Brett Byler DL So. 53 Joe Ross OL Sr. 55 Oliver Lack DL Jr. 58 Matt Borders OL Jr. 59Mike Whitton DL Sr. 61 Nick Bosco DL So. 63 Blaine Tucker OL Jr. 65 Zach Hubbard OL So. 70 Dylan Bowers OL Jr. 71 Nick Gaydos OL Sr. 72 Chris Harrison OL Jr. 73 Alex Vega OL Sr. 77 Tommy Forward OL Sr. 79 Zack Boryla DL Sr. 81 Matt Jefferies TE Jr. 83 Nuwanye Dixon WR So. 84 Josh Roberts WR Sr. 88 Sam Wolfson DL Jr. 89 Ryan Haggard TE Sr.GAITHER HIGH2010 record 3-7No. NAME POSITION GRADE HEIGHT WEIGHT 1 DJ King LB So.5-11 170 2 Josh Scarberry LB Sr.5-10 185 3Matt Williams LB So.6-0 185 4 Nick Sampson DL/LB Sr.5-10 185 5 Vu Le RB Jr.5-7 145 6 Demarcus Sexil WRSo.6-1 190 7Jelani Ottley DE Sr.6-3 200 8 Jamari Cord LB/RB Jr.5-10 180 9 Shug Oyegunle QB/RB Jr.5-9 170 10 Paul Barrett WR Sr.6-1 175 11 Carlo Perello WR/DB Sr.5-10 165 12 Mikail Reece DE Sr.6-5 245 13 Earnest Suttle DL Jr.6-4 210 15 Alex McGough QB So.6-1 170 17 Jared Gremley P Jr.6-1 175 19 Mitch McNall WR Sr.5-11 180 20 Daniel Blanco DB Sr.5-10 165 21 Ed Pastrana DB/WR Sr.6-1 185 22 Dominic Neglio RB/LB Jr.5-10 185 23 Tyler McCollum DB Sr.6-1 175 24 Josh Rife DB/RB Sr.5-9 160 25 Dwayne McCalla DB Sr.5-11 165 28 Max Pautler LB Sr.5-11 180 29 Brett Wasmund DB Sr.5-9 160 30 Eric Sanders LB Jr.6-0 185 32 Dalton Gilson K Jr.6-0 165 33 Joe Brabham LB/SS Sr.6-0 185 34 Amani Oruwariye DB So.6-0 160 35 Chris Fruster RB Fr.5-10 180 41 Danny Bonham DB Jr.6-0 170 44 DJ Hargrove LB So.5-9 175 45 Logan Marshall LBJr.5-11 210 47 Brad Smith LB So.6-1 200 50 Danny Sanchez DL Sr.5-9 230 51 Jimmy Golden LB So.6-0 190 52 Ted Marks OL Sr.6-1 210 54 Omar Farag OL/DL So.6-1 245 55 Phong Le DL Sr.5-9 220 56 Thanasi Halkias OL/DL Jr.5-10 235 57 Jose Garcia DL Sr.5-11 185 65 Alex Rodriguez OL Sr.6-0 250 66 Jose Vila OL/DL So.6-1 230 67 Matthew Finnesy OL/DL Sr.6-2 220 72Justyn Jacoby OL Jr.6-2 290 73 Jordan Faria OL Sr.5-8 215 74 Tubo Nanakomo OL Jr.6-2 255 77Anthony Prieto OLSo.6-0 235 79Josh Einmo OL Sr.5-11 260 80 Cody Hodgens K/WR Jr.5-8 165 81 Tyler Gonzalez WR Sr.6-0 180 82 Mario Reece WR Jr.6-1 170 87 Matt Respess WR So.6-0 165 90 Justin Greenberg DL Jr.5-10 190CARROLLWOOD DAY SCHOOL2010 record 8-2No. NAME POSITION GRADE HEIGHT WEIGHT 1 Dillon Floyd WR/S Sr.6-1 170 2 Nate Lewis CB/WR Jr.5-11 165 4 Patrick Ward DB/RB Sr.5-9 160 5 Robert Davis RB/FS Jr.5-9 170 7 Andy Embody WR/CB/P Jr.5-8 150 10 Dominic Cuono OLB/TE/K So.6-0 190 14 Conner Meckley WR/CB Fr.5-7 140 21 Elias Earle RB/DB/KR Fr.5-7 155 22 Deuce Gruden QB/SS Sr.5-6 180 32 Jake McCallister FB/LB So.6-0 180 44 Max Frankel DB/RB Fr.5-10 165 47 Chris Cole TE/DL Sr.6-4 180 50 Cole Benn LB/OL Fr.5-11 165 52 Kalle Wilwant G/ILB Fr.5-10 180 55 Jarrod Smith C/DL Jr.6-3 245 58 Michael Morse OL/DL Fr.5-9 150 60 Adam Morse OG/LB Jr.6-0 240 63 Chance Furman T/DL Sr.6-2 275 64 Collin Debosier G/DL Jr.6-2 225 66 Hayden Peek G/DT So.5-10 205 70 Adonis Welch T/DL So.6-6 250 72 Jonathan Hittle DL Jr.5-11 305 78 Carlos Acuna C/DL Fr.6-0 225 80 Dominiq Sicardo TE/DE/QB Jr.6-4 225 99 Shilpen Patel G/DE So.6-0 190 *Freedom High did not provide its roster by press time. 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Carrollwood Day Patriots scheduleAll homes games start at 4 p.m.,away contests at 7:30 p.m.,unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 1515 West Bearss Ave.,Lake Magdalene.Aug.26 at Bishop McLaughlin** Sept.2 at Father Lopez Catholic Sept.9 at Keswick Christian* Sept.16 vs.Northside Christian* Sept.23 vs.Shorecrest Prep Sept.30 vs.Admiral Farragut* Oct.7 at Canterbury* Oct.14 vs.Bradenton Christian* Oct.21 at Cambridge Christian* Oct.28 at Indian Rocks Christian* Nov.4 Bye Nov.11 vs.Calvary Christian* *Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Gaither Cowboys scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 16200 Dale Mabry Highway,Northdale.Aug.26 vs.Sickles** Sept.2 vs.Alonso Sept.9 at Leto Sept.16 vs.Plant City Sept.23 at Wiregrass Ranch* Sept.30 Bye Oct.6 vs.Steinbrenner* Oct.14 at East Bay Oct.20 vs.Freedom* Oct.28 at Chamberlain* Nov.4 at Tampa Bay Tech* Nov.10 vs.Riverview*Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Carrollwood Day quarterback Deuce Gruden Gaither quarterback Alex McGough Freedom Patriots scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 17410 Commerce Park Blvd.,New Tampa.Aug.26 at Strawberry Crest** Sept.2 at Durant Sept.9 vs.Plant City Sept.16 vs.Brandon Sept.23 at Steinbrenner* Sept.30 at Alonso Oct.6 vs.Chamberlain* Oct.14 at Wharton Oct.20 at Gaither* Oct.28 vs.Tampa Bay Tech* Nov.4 vs.Wiregrass Ranch* Nov.11 Bye *Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Freedom quarterback Jon Economou Steinbrenner Warriors scheduleAll games start at 7:30 p.m.unless otherwise listed.Home games played at 5575 W.Lutz Lake Fern Road,Lutz.Aug.26 at Newsome** Sept.2 vs.Sickles Sept.9 vs.East Bay Sept.16 at Strawberry Crest Sept.23 vs.Freedom* Sept.30 Bye Oct.6 at Gaither* Oct.14 at Riverview Oct.20 vs.Tampa Bay Tech* Oct.28 at Wiregrass Ranch* Nov.4 at Chamberlain* Nov.10 vs.Middleton*Denotes district contest **Preseason,kickoff at 7 p.m. Steinbrenner quarterback Curtis Fitch TeamROSTERSInside! Lutz NEWSUnder the lights Family Medicine strives to care for you through all stages of life. Let our oce assist in managing the healthcare needs of your family.ADOLESCENT/ADULT MEDICINE. HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, CHOLESTEROL AND DIABETES MANAGEMENT.WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM. MINOR SKIN SURGERIES. PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND PHYSICALS.WOMENS HEALTH. SCHOOL AND SPORTS PHYSICALS. IMMUNIZATIONS. CANCER SCREENING. LAB WORK AND XRAYS ON SITE. 813.712.5718Same Location. New Number!People & Family. Community & Health. 2100 VIABELLABOULEVARD| SUITE 102 | LAND OLAKES Same day & Saturday appointments are available and we accept most insurances. Imran Kayani, MDBoard Certified Family Medicine Born in New York Residency at St.Vincents Family Medicine Program, Jacksonville, FL Stephanie Passafume MS, ARNP, FNP-BCBoard Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Born in New York Master of Science in Nursing, University of South Florida Request your Appointment Online at: www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com 813.949.8411www.brittendental.com213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452 Leonard L.Britten,D.D.S. Nicholas L.Britten,D.M.D. WHEN WAS YOUR LASTCHECKUP?IF IT FEELS LIKE IT HAPPENED IN ANOTHER ERA, IT PROBABLY DID.CALL OUR OFFICE TODAY.

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By Zack Petersonzpeterson@cnewspubs.comSome would-be country stars packed their guitars and headed for Nashville this summer along with PrinWall Entertainment, a talent agency run by Susan Craig and her business partner,Marianne Prinkey. "I wanted to be on the other side.I had done my performing,and been there,done that,"Craig said,explaining her decision to go into talent management."It also helped me tremendously to have been a performer to understand the talent I was handling because I could be a little more caring and understanding when they come to me with a problem. "We're a little more attuned to that,because I know that I have heard the same responses as a singer." Together,Craig and Prinkey have a combined 60-plus years of experience in entertainment,music,theater,print,television,fashion and production fields. According to Craig,"when you put all that together,it makes some qualities that are good for a manager."At PrinWall,Craig and Prinkey provide development and artist development alongside vocal training from Prinkey,who has been a vocal coach for more than 20 years.More so,the contacts the two have built up from years in the business have allowed them to promote their clients in a successful manner to connections in New York, Nashville,Los Angeles and throughout Florida. "We help them open doors,"Craig said. This summer,a group of PrinWall's talent had the opportunity to travel to Nashville and work with some country music professionals on singing,recording,writing and performing.Here is a look at some of Prinwall's talent from the area.Kathleen Blanco, Gaither HighWhen Kathleen Blanco first started singing with PrinWall five years ago,she was a silent muse. "I was really shy and I hated performing in front of people,"Kathleen admitted. Now Kathleen says that singing just comes "naturally"and has since worked to develop further proficiency in music. "This year I started playing guitar and just a little bit of piano,"Kathleen said. Kathleen also claims she has no specific artist influences,because the passion in music itself was enough to inspire her. "I just really enjoyed singing and I love music,"Kathleen said."It's just fun." Kathleen was one of the Nashville travelers who experienced everything from performing in a bar with a backing band,to classes on writing. "It was such a great experience seeing everything,"Kathleen said. For now,Kathleen plans to work with an afterschool program known as Showcase at Gaither where participants work on live performances. "In the future I just want to keep performing and doing what I love to do," Kathleen said.Samantha Blanco, Villa Madonna Samantha Blanco,Kathleen's 11-year-old sister,first started working with PrinWall when she was 7 years old,because she was inspired by her sister's involvement. Samantha is involved in many facets of show business,and has started singing,tried dancing and worked on acting. When she had the opportunity to travel to Nashville she found the most fascinating portion of the trip to be performing at the Nashville Palace with all of the talent there. But for Samantha,one of the advantages of singing and participating in the performing arts is working with her sister. The two have sung duets with one another in the past.One moment Samantha recounts was the duet the two worked on together at Kathleen's middle school graduation. Currently,the two are collaborating again on a duet to a song entitled "Me,Myself,and Time"by Demi Lovato. In the future,Samantha hopes to continue to grow as an artist and learn guitar.But for now,she is content to experiment with dancing,practice her singing and pursue further involvement in acting.PrinWall Entertainment helps local talent growHannah Knight, Centennial Middle Although Hannah Knight only began working with PrinWall two years ago,she has been playing guitar for the past three. She first got started because she "listens to music a lot and really loves singing too."While at a talent show auditioning for Prinwall's management,she first captivated her audience and became a part of its local talent. "After that they came up to me and said, We'd like to work with you,'"Knight recalls. She has continued to work on improving as a musician as well as acting and dancing. For the most part,Knight draws her inspiration from pop stars such as Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez and believes the best way to draw an audience's ear is to get it involved. "You've got to smile and get them to tap their leg and sing along,"she said.So far,Knight has performed with fellow PrinWall talent,Makenzie Raye,at the Osceola County Fair and at various other venues like the Orange County Festival and at The Shops at Wiregrass for a festival.In the future,Knight wants to pursue a career as a singer-songwriter.Thus far,she's written five songs and likes to write the most about her "friends,family and everyday life."Makenzie Raye, King HighThe first thing to know about Makenzie Raye is that she finds fairytales to be misleading. A performer and a country singer at heart,Raye says she enjoys singing Rascal Flatts'songs,and has written her own song, "Dang Fairytales,"which she had the opportunity to sing and record in Nashville when she traveled there this summer. The inspiration for the song actually came while Raye was in a layover at the airport and coming from Nashville on a separate occasion.She happened to spot a little girl with her mother reading The Little Mermaid. "Seeing that just reminded me that that stuff never happens!"she exclaimed."So I just wrote Dang Fairytales.'" Never one to be a shy person,Raye has been singing since the age of 3 or 4 she says but decided to be managed by PrinWall four years ago. "When I'm singing I can really just be myself,"Raye said."When I'm out on stage I enjoy it so much. "It's all so exciting,"Raye said."It's so different actually being there." Even if professional singing doesn't work out,Raye wants to be involved in music for the rest of her life. Contact PrinWall Entertainment at (813) 385-0634. PrinWall Entertainment used its long-standing contacts to take some local talent to Nashville this summer, where they took classes on songwriting, singing and performing. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 18 SPORTS Concussion plan passed, softball championships movedBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) passed a pair of policies to help member schools cope with the down economy.The FHSAA board voted unanimously to reduce membership fees by 50 percent starting this school year,while increasing the ticket price for district,regional and state competitions by $1.In total,the moves will return about $800,000 to member schools."We will continue to reduce membership dues when possible,"said FHSAA executive director Roger Dearing in a release."In order to do that,we must obtain more long-term corporate sponsors.If we are successful in that mission,then schools in the near future might only be paying a nominal flat rate for membership." When reached,Dearing explained that expanding the number of classifications in the state from six to eight increases the amount of potential money that can be generated in playoff competition by one-third. "It's just a mater of numbers,"Dearing said."More schools will have the opportunity to host postseason tournaments and games,which will return more money to the member schools." Hillsborough County athletic director Lanness Robinson said he agrees with the FHSAA's steps."It will help us offer more to the studentathletes,"Robinson said."Studies show that the kids who are involved with school sports do better in school and overall have more productive lives,so any way we can be more economically viable is a good thing."For football,the new ticket price for district tiebreaker contests is $7,for regional games $8,$9 for state semifinals and $10 for the finals.Regular season admission will remain $5. To see last year's admission prices for all FHSAA sports,visit www.fhsaa.org and click on the specific sport. The FHSAA board also finalized its concussion action plan,which has been months in the making to address growing concerns about head injuries. "(The plan) addressed the responsibility of everyone,"Dearing said."From game officials,to who determines removing a student-athlete from a contest,and it defines who the appropriate health care professional should be to treat and eventually clear them to return to competition."According to the plan,which is posted on the FHSAA's website,student-athletes who suffer a concussion are to see an approved doctor within 24 hours of the injury and cannot return until fully cleared of all symptoms.Additionally,every coach and volunteer with any school athletic program must take and complete the National Federation of State High School Associations'concussion course.The free class is also available for anyFHSAA increases ticket price,reduces feesContinued on next page Accepting New Patients Most Insurance Accepted Uninsured Call for pricesFeet Hurt? Call a PodiatristCall for Appointment.813-406-4806 Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. LUTZWhere we keep you a step ahead.William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & Surgery FAMILYFOOT& ANKLECAREFOOT/ANKLESURGERYLOWEREXTREMITYWOUNDCARE SATURDAY APPOINTMENTS Now Available from 9am-12pm Chris Williamsin her mid 50'sI knew I needed help to get lasting results Do you? PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Weight Loss Expert READY TO GET HELP? TAKE ACTION NOW, SUMMER IS THE TIME TO GET STARTED! Call 813-909-4939 Many women have realized it's time to stop trying on their own and get help. Gentle Dentistrywith a Woman's Touch Sandra Aljure-Estrada, DDS LAND O'LAKESDENTAL CARE813-949-742421533 VILLAGELAKESSHOPPINGCENTERDRIVEOn Hwy 54, just 1 block east of Hwy 41Keep a bright white smileFAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY KIND AND CARING STAFF IN-HOUSE FINANCING Se Habla Espa–olExamD0150 XraysD0210 ConsultationD9310 NEWPATIENTSPECIAL only $45 a $257 valueRestrictions may apply* PLUS a FREE Whitening Kit PLAN YOUR NEXT BIRTHDAY PARTY WITH USYou supply the kids and the cake, and we will do the rest. We can provide the entertainment, drinks, food and fun. We even clean up. For availability and pricing, give us a call at 813.948.5444 P L BIRT HD Y ou su p an W e can drinks, f o o F or ava i a c DATE NIGHT? DINNER DATE? MOVIE DATE? ALL UNDER ONE ROOF AT THE GROVE CINBISTROMust be 21 or over to drink alcohol and enjoy the CinBistro in-theatre experience. Please arrive 30 minutes before showtime. 6333 Wesley Grove Blvd., Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 Near I-75 & SR54 | 813.948.5444www.CobbTheatres.com | www.CobbCineBistro.comGROVE 16 &

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 19 Lutz Little League registrationThe Lutz Little League will have registration for its fall baseball season on Thursday, Aug.25 from 6-8 p.m.and on Saturday,Aug.27 from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.Parents/guardians should bring their child's birth certificate and a recent utility bill so the league can verify ages and residency.The cost for the fall season is $115. Go to www.eteamz.com/lutzlittleleague for more info Harry Olsen Memorial golf eventThe third annual Harry Olsen Memorial Golf Tournament will be on Sunday,Nov.6 at Pebble Creek Golf and Country Club,10550 Regents Park Drive in New Tampa starting at 1 p.m. The Wiregrass Ranch baseball team is putting the event on this year.The tournament is dedicated to the memory of Harry Olsen,a husband and father who was active in hundreds of children's lives in the Wesley Chapel, Land O' Lakes and the surrounding communities as a youth coach and sports organizer. Olsen died two years ago at the age of 42 after a heart attack. Proceeds of the tournament will fund the Harry Olsen Memorial Scholarship,which gives out two grants at the end of each school year.One goes to a baseball player,the other to a softball player,with winners selected by Wiregrass Ranch faculty members. Bulls baseball coach Jeff Swymer is looking for interested golfers and prospective sponsors.Those interested should call (813)-973-3870.The coast is $75 per golfer or $300 for a team,which includes a buffet-style barbecue meal.The deadline for players to sign up is Oct.28.Golf for Life tournament Oct.22LifeChoices Women's Care in Lutz will have its inaugural Golf for Life charity tournament on Saturday,Oct.22 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club,26133 Lexington Oaks Blvd.in Wesley Chapel.The cost is $75 per golfer and includes greens fees,range balls,door prizes, contests,goodie bags,dinner and awards.All levels of golfers are welcome to participate and handicaps are not necessary. LifeChoices has been helping women facing unplanned pregnancies with free services since 2009 and now offers free ultrasounds.The organization is a nonprofit,so gifts to the group are tax deductible.For more information or to sign up for the golf event,visit GolfEvent.LifeChoicesWomensCare.org,or call (813) 948-7734. Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com. 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Even though he can't see the characters, he has developed favorite movie stars.When it comes to actors,Tom Hanks tops his list; among actresses,it's Julia Roberts. Forry estimates he reviews about 150 movies a year,typically going to one or two a week and then catching up on the all of the nominated films he hasn't seen at the end of the year.He is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and votes on the association's Critics'Choice Awards. When Forry began his movie column for PHCC's newspaper,he didn't know where it would lead.After completing his degree at the University of South Florida,he was featured in a number of newspaper articles,he said. Next,he was invited to write movie reviews for The Laker,then was asked to appear with a local movie critic and radio personality on a television segment about the Oscars.One radio interview led to 50 and propelled his critic's career. In addition to doing movie reviews, Forry also does speaking engagements,talking about his diabetes and the life he leads. He's paid for some of his gigs and does the rest pro bono. Despite his well-developed sense of humor,Forry is serious about his reviews. "Before I go into a movie,I always make sure I do research on it,so I know the setting.I know the time period,everything like that,"said Forry,who uses a talking computer to do his research. "I don't want to go into a movie blind," he said.He attends screenings with a friend or his wife,who will sit next to him and describe action scenes,sight gags or other visuals.He attends screenings at various theaters,but considers Cobb Theatres Grove 16 & CineBistro in Wesley Chapel,to be his home theater.The film critic does not think his inabili-CRITIC,from page 1tops 800,with about 130 staff members. The school now has an Early Childhood Campus for 2 year olds through kindergarten at 12606 Casey Road and a campus for first through 12th graders at 1515 W. Bearss Ave. A portion of a major construction project underway at the Bearss campus has been completed in time for some high school students to move into the renovated spaces. Some highlights of the renovation project include spacious classrooms with new furnishings,lots of natural lighting and wide hallways. The main building on campus has been expanded from 32,000 to 45,000 square feet. When the renovation is completed that building will house middle school students on the second floor and high school students on the first floor. Slated to open in October,the building also will have a new 800-seat,state-of-the art performance art theater,Kanter said. The construction project has created art, dance,music,scenery and dressing rooms on the first floor,Kanter said.Upstairs,there are classrooms for English and foreign languages.The new elementary school building is expected to be completed around November.When that happens,elementary school students who are currently housed in the main building will move to their new quarters.Then,those classrooms will be renovated for the remaining high school students who will move out of the modular buildings into the main building.Those high schoolers are expected to move into their renovated classrooms around January. The new 35,000-square-foot elementary school will have classrooms in groups of four,with a space in the middle designed to accommodate collaboration,Kanter said. Eventually,CDS also plans to have a separate building for its middle school,but that's down the road.MILESTONE,from page 1ty to see hinders his ability to judge the quality of movies. "It's not about the 3-D or the computer graphics,"Forry said."It's about the plot,the story line.That's what the movie is about and I can hear that. "When I listen to a movie,I can tell what's going on.A great story that's what makes the movie,"Forry said.Outstanding music and sound effects help,too. He points to "The King's Speech,"as an example of an excellent film. It has a "good story line.Good plot.That's what makes a good movie.That's what the award winners are." Some movies,obviously,are harder for him to rate than others because of their visual effects. Ultimately,however,the quality of a movie rests on its story,Forry said. For instance,"Avatar"is noted for its amazing special effects,but the story line was not as compelling,he said. This year,he's enjoyed most of the super hero movies,especially "Captain America: The First Avenger"and "X-Men First Class," which both received an A. He was less impressed with "The Green Hornet,"which he gave a B. He also enjoyed "Rise of the Planet of the Apes,"which he rewarded with an A."I was pleasantly surprised,"he said. In the end,he likes his movies to be balanced with some action,drama,comedy and suspense. "People talking for two hours is not interesting,"he said.And,of course,everyone will always have his or her personal preferences,Forry said. "The Black Swan" was it a good film? Yes. "Was it very well-made? Yes. "Here's the thing,I'm still a guy,"Forry said."It was more or less a chick flick." To read Forry's reviews go http://www.blindsidereviews.com/ Forry's funny ratingsJay Forry enjoys a good laugh and has developed a rating system that shows off his good humor.He ranks movies A through F: A: So good,blind people like it B: I'm glad I could hear it C: I had one eye open D: I'm glad I couldn't see it F: Blindness was a blessingKanter said the current projects make it possible for the school to continue to grow. "We'll be able to take more students in the high school,"said Kanter.Eventually the high school would like to have about 400 students,at 100 per grade level.That would double the current enrollment.Carrollwood Day School has been recognized nationally for its academic excellence and its quest to educate the whole child.It was the sixth school in the United States to be authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization to offer the Primary Years Programme for students through grade five, the IB Middle Years Programme,implemented in grades six through 10 and the IB Diploma Programme for students in grades 11 and 12.For more information,see www.carrollwooddayschool.org. school backpacks." Stokes said the team will continue to donate time at various charities throughout the year."I told the kids they should expect to get out there are least three or four times each year,so we will be back,"Stokes said."The people at Metropolitan Ministries told me they were very excited to have so many young men come out and help.They said we were one of the best groups to come outCOWBOYS,from page 1 Mary Kanter, head of school at Carrollwood Day School, is entering her 28th year at the campus. Alot has changed since the school's early days, she said. (Photo by B.C. Manion) and help them.That really made me proud."Stokes also encouraged others to give back. "We were out there all day and hardly made a dent in everything they have to do," Stokes said."They can use all the help they can get." Gaither will play its kickoff classic football game at home against Sickles on Friday, Aug.26 at 7 p.m.The Cowboys will host Alonso on Friday,Sept.2 at 7:30 p.m.for their regular season opener.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS August 24,2011 23 New Tampa resident wins 11 gold medalsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comValerie Baker has been competing with Hillsborough County's Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay program since 2004,but she has never performed the way she did at this year's National Junior Disability Championships. The New Tampa resident and Wharton High graduate won 11 gold medals at nationals,held last month at Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan.Baker has competed at the event six times,but said this was her best performance by far. "I thought I would do well,but I wasn't expecting 11,"said Baker."I was thinking I could win some and do well in some of the events,but not that many.It just kind of happened,and it's an awesome feeling." Baker competes in the S5 division,which separates participants by their level of handicap.The higher the number,the more impaired an athlete is. Baker,19,won seven medals in swimming,three in track and another in table tennis.She set new national records for her division in the shot put,discus toss and club throw. "I'm just in the moment before an event,"Baker said."I just let everything that's going to happen happen because that's all you can do.You practice all the time,and you just hope it's enough to win." Baker said she swims four to five hours a week and practices another two hours in the field events. Andy Chasanoff,sports coordinator for Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,was happy to see all of Baker's hard work pay off. "She did a tremendous job,"Chasanoff said."I see all the work she puts in to get better and it was really special to see her do what she did. "She's very consistent,"Chasanoff continued."She works hard in everything she does.No matter what the outcome is,she's always positive." Baker first learned of the program from her massage therapist. "They thought it would help me with movement,but they also knew it could be something I would be good at,"Baker said."I started off with swimming and coach Chasanoff got me into field events and table tennis.It would let me have more to do and make more friends.I love competing so much,so it was perfect." Baker has a muscle deformation that causes problems with her joints.She uses a wheelchair to stabilize herself while doing field events,but can walk on her own. "Competing has made me stronger and I can do a whole lot more than I could before I started sports,"Baker said."I can walk farther distances and I can push myself more." Baker will attend Florida Gulf Coast University this fall.She is undecided on her major,but thinks it might be psychology with a minor in music. "I was in my high school marching band,"Baker said."I started playing in 2003, and I love it.I'm a percussionist." Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,which was formed nine years ago and is part of the Hillsborough parks department,brought home 40 gold,20 silver and six bronze medals while setting 10 national records at nationals.The organization was awarded first place in the medium team division,for squads with five to eight members. "We had five athletes and it was a tremendous event,"Chasanoff said."For some it was the first time they've spent any time away from home competing.I think the team itself was like family.They all cheered for each other and were real happy with each other's success." Baker encourages others to learn more about Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay. "It's a great organization and I encourage all physically disabled teens and kids to take part in it,"Baker said."You should come out and see what it's all about because it really is amazing." For more information on Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay,call (813) 744-5307. Valerie Baker's gold medals performances50-meter freestyle,2:01.19 100-meter freestyle,4:09.49 200-meter freestyle,8:01.16 50-meter backstroke,2:04 100-meter backstroke,4:13:65 50-meter breaststroke,2:01.81 100-meter breaststroke,4:13.65 Shot put,1.73 meters* Discus toss,3.58 meters* Club throw,7.95 meters* Table tennis,division champ *National records The five members of Paralympic Sport Tampa Bay who attended nationals: Valerie Baker, Emily Clarke, Nigel Diaz, Carissa Gore and Zach Woodke. (Photos by Becky Lehman) Wharton High graduate Valerie Baker claimed the club toss gold medal at National Junior Disability Championships, one of her 11 golds at the event. 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