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Serving Lutz/Odessa Lutz NEWS FREE SEPTEMBER 28,2011By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comRyan Wegener is one of many who is addicted to the latest trend in drug use prescription pain pills. Nationally in 2008,12.2 percent of all crimes committed were related to prescription abuse,an all-time high,and 1,150 people in Pasco,Hillsborough and Pinellas counties died last year from overdosing on the medications,a state record. Ryan,of Land O'Lakes,became addicted to prescription drugs around age 19 while doing construction work."I was really sore the first two weeks and I got with a couple guys who were a little older,"Ryan said."I said,Man my back is really killing me,'and they were like you know we got something to take care of that and the drugs are legal too.I said,What've you got?'"Ryan was given several pills of Rocicet,commonly called Roxys,a painkiller that contains acetaminophen and Ocycodone. "So I took it,"Ryan said.He then added,"After a couple weeks of every other day taking them,my back wasn't hurting anymore.I didn't need the pills to go to work,but I still wanted it." Ryan said after a while,one pill wouldn't satisfy the addiction.He needed two or three to subside his craving for the medication.As his addiction grew he started injecting the pills,a common practice for hardcore users to get a stronger high faster. Ryan would go on benders where he would use 100-200 pills in three or four days and fall out of contact with his family. Parents Chris and Diane saw changes in his behavior but never suspected he was an addict.BSESSEDLand O'Lakes family struggles with prescription drugs Ryan & GirlfriendRyan, age 3Ryan, age 8 See OBSESSED,page4 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comAmy Jordan,a science teacher in the Upper Division at Academy at the Lakes,has a lengthy list of accomplishments. But for this teacher the goal of a true education goes beyond achievement it aims to prepare students for what they will encounter after they leave her classroom. One of the hardest lessons, she said,is to learn how to deal with failure. That's particularly challenging for high-achieving students, she said."It's really hard for those kids. It's very hard for them not to be looking for the right answer."Those kids,in particular, need to have a few big failures in their life.The younger,the better.It's a little bit harder when you have a family and you have a big failure in your life. "If failures happen earlier, then it's easier to get through them and realize they're not such a catastrophe,"she said. "In science,we fail all of the time.Most of our experiments don't work." What's important,she said,is Amy Jordan, a science teacher in the Upper Division at Academy at the Lakes, has received awards for her teaching and research work. (Photo by B.C. Manion)See DNA,page15 The Laker is In search of excellencePage 15 KINGS OF THE MUDRunning back Jake Carroll fights for yards against Freedom defenders in Steinbrenner's 13-6 home victory on Sept. 23. The Warriors'field was mostly flooded because of heavy rain during the week, but the Lutzbased school did just enough to win the district contest. For complete coverage, see page 11 (Photo by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Area hospitals get new namesPage 2Pioneer Descendants' Day returnsPage 3Tolls rising on Veterans and SuncoastPage 6 INSIDE Teaching is part of her DNA Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 2 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comA hospital with an incredibly familiar name in Tampa has a new name now and that change is part of an even larger change announced last week by Adventist Health System. University Community Hospital is now Florida Hospital Tampa and the Pepin Heart Institute has been renamed to Florida Hospital Pepin Institute. They join Florida Hospital Carrollwood, Florida Hospital Connerton Long Term Acute Care,Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital and Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel to form the new Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. In total,the facilities represent more than 1,000 beds. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,now under construction,has a planned opening date of October 2012,said John Harding, president and chief executive officer for the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. "That facility is going up very quickly.It will be entirely enclosed by the end of the month,"Harding said."That is a large economic investment in this community,to the tune of about $160 million." Overall,Adventist expects to have an economic impact of a half-billion dollars during the next five years in the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. It expects to create about 400 new jobs within the next 12 months. The name change signals an initiative aimed at elevating healthcare for patients, Harding said. "The research suggested that we needed to have a partner in academics,"Harding said. Along those lines,the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division will be working much more extensively with the University of South Florida.The partnership is expected to create new opportunities that will give Adventist patients access to the university's physicians and its clinical research,said Michael Schultz,president and CEO of the Florida Region and executive vice president of the Florida Division of Adventist Health System. "There will be more to announce in the days and weeks to come,"he said. "Collectively,we want to bring value to the medical community in the north Tampa Bay area.By the north Tampa Bay area,I'm talking about north Tampa,Pasco and Pinellas counties,"Schultz said."We wanted to bring value,or why do it?" Adventist is aiming to provide integrated, coordinated care to patients,he said. "What do I mean by integrated,coordinated care? To me,it means the right care,at the right time,at the right location for the best possible clinical outcome,"Schultz said. Dr.Stephen Klasko,dean of the College of Medicine at USF,said the initiative will enable the university to have a stronger footprint in north Tampa and also in Pasco County,one of the fastest-growing places in the region. "We'll be able to combine some of the education and research and clinical services together into something very exciting over this whole north Tampa region,"Klasko said. "Having an academic medical center in your area is only a good thing." The collaboration may prove particularly beneficial to Pasco residents,he said,"because of our relationship,these hospitals will have more of the subspecialists available,so you won't necessarily have to go into Tampa or Orlando." Hospitals in the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division "will have more of the clinical research,"he said,which will give patients access to more cutting-edge care. "We think we can be the glue between a great hospital system,the community and the doctors in that area,"Klasko said. The relationship between the university and Adventist Health System also will foster a new pipeline of physicians and other medical care providers for the Pasco communities,Klasko said. As USF's medical and nursing students spend time in Pasco,Klasko said,some are likely to think:" Boy,this would be a good place to live and work.'" "I think you're going to be hearing a lot more about some of the synergies between Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division and USF,"Klasko predicted. The Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division completes Florida Hospital's Central Florida network of care,which now connects 22 hospitals from Flagler Beach to Tarpon Springs,and all points in between,Shultz said. Adventist has a long history of meeting healthcare needs for Floridians,Harding said.It has been in Central Florida for more than 100 years and its church has been in healthcare for nearly 150 years. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,now in the midst of construction,has been designed with the patient in mind,said Brian Adams,its chief operating officer. "You'll be able to walk in the front door and literally in less than 50 feet be on the MRI scanner,"he said.That facility will open with 80 beds and is designed to grow along with the community,ultimately becoming a 288-bed facility. "It's designed to grow so you'll never have to build in front of the front door of the hospital,"he said,eliminating the confusion that sometimes occurs when a hospital expands and what was originally the front door ends up being on the middle of the campus. The idea is to make it easy for people to find their way around,he said. "When people are receiving healthcare or they're visiting people in a hospital, they're at a level of stress.Not ever having to build in front of a front door helps provide some of the healing."Florida Hospital Tampa Bay brings big changes New sign at Florida Hospital Tampa, the former University Community Hospital. (Photo by B.C. Manion) COMMUNITY LECTURE SERIES All Board Certi“ed Medical SpecialistsEveryone is Welcome Light Refeshments Served Please call today 813.712.5705 to reserve your seat!Request your Appointment Online at: www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH 6:00 TO 7:30OsteoporosisDavid Sikes, MD Rheumatology Breast CancerRichard McDonough, MD Hematology & Oncology R R D D Coming next month: General & Vascular Surgery

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By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe Pasco County Commission approved millions of dollars in financial incentives last week in a quest to entice Raymond James Financial to create a campus in Wiregrass Ranch. The incentive package includes tax breaks,road improvements and other perks estimated at about $10 million from Pasco County and about $5 million from the state. Improvements will include the construction of Wiregrass Ranch Boulevard,which would connect state roads 54 and 56. In exchange,the internationally known financial services company,based in St.Petersburg, would build two 100,000-squarefoot buildings.The company would bring 750 jobs to the county by 2024,with 100 of those jobs beginning in 2014. Raymond James also wants to reserve up to 1 million square feet of office space for future expansion on all,or a portion of the property and adjacent lands. The company has set a final due diligence period of up to nine months to examine geotechnical,environmental and other aspects of the property to ensure it is compatible with the project, Steve Hollister,a spokesman for Raymond James,said in an email. A tentative construction date of 2012 has been set,with occupancy of the first building expected in 2013,Hollister added. The financial services company decided to begin looking for a satellite location after conducting a comprehensive analysis last year of its current home campus in the Carillon office park in St. Petersburg.The analysis concluded that its headquarters would be at or near capacity within several years. The 1 million-square-foot office complex also is in the level one area evacuation for hurricanes,causing the company to give serious consideration to the need to relocate critical data systems as first-tier protection, according to previously published reports in The Laker/Lutz News. Commissioner Pat Mulieri applauded the county board's unanimous vote. "The incentives that Pasco offered shows Pasco is open for business,"Mulieri said in an email. She believes that the Shops at Wiregrass served as a catalyst to bring an economic boost to an area where Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is now under construction and a new Pasco-Hernando Community College campus,Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch,is slated to open for classes in January 2014. An independent report conducted for the Pasco Economic Development Council found that over the first 17 years,the project would lead directly or indirectly to the creation of approximately 1,200 jobs and provide total salaries to direct or indirect workers in the amount of approximately $600 million. The deal,according to County Administrator John Gallagher,signals that Pasco County "is coming out of adolescence." For decades the county has been known as a bedroom community,with residents commuting to Tampa and back for work. Hollister said "factors weighing in favor of Wiregrass Ranch include its minimized natural disaster risk,access,demographics, redundant power and fiber optics infrastructure and available incentives." If the deal goes through, Gallagher expects Raymond James to help attract other businesses to the county. State Rep.Will Weatherford, who is in line to become the next Speaker of the House,characterized the deal as a "real game changer for Pasco County. "This deal brings tangible benefits for the immediate future through an infusion of high wage direct and indirect jobs,"the Republican from Wesley Chapel said in a prepared statement. "But equally important is what this deal means for the future of Pasco.This is the second major financial institution to locate in our area,"said Weatherford,who was instrumental in getting $4 million in state funding for road improvements for the project. Jeff Miller,chairman of the economic development committee of the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce,said "I think it's nice that the county and the state are really making the commitment to draw in employers.The growth of the region depends on jobs." By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubsThey've been gathering,once a year for 25 years,to celebrate their ties to this community called Lutz. They bring their covered dishes and pay a small price of admission to join in fellowship at the annual pioneer picnic,an event which brings together people who have deep roots in Lutz and Land O'Lakes.The gatherings are always special because they offer a chance to relax,reminisce and recall those simpler times in a community where houses have replaced orange groves,and cars zoom down a multilane highway on what was once a dirt road where wagons rolled.This year's event is slated for Oct.8 at the red brick Historic Lutz School,at the northeast corner of US 41 and Fourth Avenue.The event will be from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.Those joining the party are asked to bring two covered dishes. Lunch tickets will be $5 each for adults and $1 for children ages 8-12.This year one of the speakers will be Susan MacManus,a political science professor at the University of South Florida.She and her mother,the late Elizabeth Riegler MacManus co-authored "Citrus,Sawmills,Critters & Crackers:Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County."An update of the book is due out soon.Elizabeth Riegler MacManus was the original founder of the annual Pioneer Descendants'gathering.Jim Dennison,a local historian and geneologist also will be on hand and many others are expected to share stories and music at the event.The two main organizers for the potluck are Cliff Denison and Annie Carlton Fernandez. It's a get-together they both thoroughly enjoy.Like many Lutz residents, Denison has a deep connection with the community and its people."It really is a beautiful place,"he said."The old-timers are just tremendous people.There is a great camaraderie,and love,I would say." Fernandez,who was born at her grandmother's house in Lutz,said the older generations are trying to encourage greater participation by younger family members."We're trying to keep the tradition alive,"she said. For more information,call Fernandez at (813) 784-4471.County offers millions to Raymond James Lutz "pioneer descendants" to gather,reminisceAphotograph on display at last year's Pioneer Descendants' Day in Lutz. (File photo)CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 3

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 4 "It was humiliating,"Diane said."What did I do wrong?" Chris added,"We weren't in denial in that he dabbled in drugs or tried alcohol,but to find out that he was addicted to drugs that was devastating.When he said he had an addiction,I think that kind of blew us away." The addiction drove off Ryan's childhood friends. "It hurt,and I slowly started moving on to a new crowd of friends,"Ryan said."These were the friends that you could pass out with your mouth open drooling out with your eyes closed scratching yourself,because that's what you did because you have real bad itches.Those were the friends you wanted to be around,because they had no problem with you being high." His abuse also cost him his girlfriend. "She was the best,"Ryan said."I could look her in the eyes every day,and she would look me in the eyes and say You are high.I can tell you are high.'I'd lie and say No I'm not,'but she knew how I was.We'd been together for five years.She tried so hard to get me off of these pills. "I couldn't go through the withdrawals," Ryan continued."I did one week with her without taking a pill,and I seriously almost died.Then I got back on it,because I couldn't take it anymore.Sooner or later she caught back on and it came down to either the addiction or her.I wasn't physically strong enough to say I want to be with you. I'm going to get off of this.I ended up throwing away the best thing that I had for an addiction."A PRICE TO PAYRyan was always looking for ways to pay for his drug problem. "Constantly trying to find somebody to steal from;to con out of money to get some way to get your high,"Ryan said.He then added,"Going in your mom's purse taking $20-$30;going in your dad's wallet taking $20-$30 and then going in your girlfriend's purse, just anyone's purse or wallet that's just laying around and taking when no one is around." He even stole from drug dealers. "If you rip off the right drug dealer you can get away with it,but if you rip off the wrong drug dealer you make sure you hide,"Ryan said."You make sure you're not in contact with anyone that knows that person because those people are serious about $800,$1,000 that they made off these pills.If you go and take it away like that,they have no problem telling someone they will give them 50 pills to go knock this kid off." Diane said dealers would come to her door looking for Ryan.Despite the risk of overdosing and from drug dealers looking for him,Ryan said there was little fear of dying. "When you're doing it,it doesn't really scare you because you're high at the time," Ryan said.OBSESSED,from page 1AN AWAKENINGSix deaths finally woke up Ryan. He had two friends who overdosed and died two days apart from each other, and another friend and his son also died a few months later. Another of his friends and his older brother died a few months apart,and it was at the second funeral where Ryan saw how the abuse can devastate a family. "I saw one of my friend's mother and father crying at his funeral,"Ryan said."They couldn't stop crying,and I knew the people pretty well. Just to see how bad his mother was hurt.Those were her only two kids,and they both ODed within three months of each other. "I just wanted to find some way to get away from that,"Ryan continued."If I didn't cut this (stuff) out,my parents were going to walk into the bathroom and find me ice cold and not breathing with a spoon,a lighter and a needle hanging out of my arm." Ryan told his parents on Christmas 2010 he was addicted to prescription drugs and wanted to quit.The Wegeners decided to make a documentary,called "Obsessed,"to assist other families struggling with prescription abuse and also to help Ryan get well. The film helped Ryan for a short time, but he suffered a relapse three weeks after its filming.He has relapsed three times since. "It was the last thing that I really wanted to do,"Ryan said."It definitely wasn't the best option.To be honest with you,I don't know why I returned to it.It was really something stupid that happened,but I just thought to myself if no one is going to believe that I'm sober then I might as well not be sober. "That's what is so scary about this,is there are a thousand different triggers that can make you to the point where this is why I choose to go get high again,"Ryan said."That's exactly what a relapse is.Mine was just not having trust."SOBER AGAINRyan,now 22,has been sober for six Ryan Wegener had six people close to him die within a few months of each other, which convinced him he needed to give up the addiction. (Photos courtesy of Diane Wegener) Ryan Wegener was first exposed to prescription pain pills while working on a construction site around age 19. Chris and Diane Wegener were shocked to hear their son Ryan was addicted to prescription pain pills. Ryan Wegener has been sober for six months after completing court-ordered rehabilitation. Ryan & Fluffy Ryan, age 22Ryan, age 10months.He spent three months in a court-ordered rehab program,and has spent the last three pulling his life together. "It's a long-term disease, and I'm definitely not out of the woods yet with this,"Ryan said."I'm grateful to be as far as I am,but I would definitely say that this is a lifelong disease that I have got caught up in.A lifelong addiction I got caught up in,because I couldn't go around my old friends right now.If I saw them partying and doing some pills I could not tell you definitely I would not do them. A relapse could happen any day." "Obsessed"includes interviews with Jose and Carolyn Aviles,who lost their son to a prescription drug overdose,as well as Ryan's struggles with his addition.It also offers advice for those looking for help. The Wegeners'goal is to have the documentary shown in local high and middle schools to help steer students clear of prescription drugs. "If I can save one life,that's what it's all about,"Diane said. Ryan relapsed a few months after "Obsessed" was filmed.

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Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special along with a photo and mail to:Pet of the Week,c/o The Laker,P.O.Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548 Email to kwelton@cnewspubs.com,ATTN:Pet of the WeekPLEASE NOTE: OWNER'S NAME AND CITYOF RESIDENCE MUST BE INCLUDED FOR YOUR PETTO BE CONSIDERED FOR PUBLICATION. PETof theWEEK Romeo is an 11-week-old stray kitten. He and his brother Garfield (an orange tabby) were brought to East-West Animal Hospital. They both tested negative for feline leukemia and FIV, were dewormed, treated for fleas and received their first vaccines. They were very shy at first but are getting bolder by the day and now enjoy living indoors. Romeo and Garfield are currently being fostered and are looking for new forever homes. For more information visit the East-West website www.eastwestanimalhospital.c om. Under services click on the "Pets for Adoption" tab. (Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication) Dogs & cats must be healthy and current on vaccines & at least 3 months old but not more than 5 years old.Dogs should be at least 5 lbs.,Cats,3 lbs. Pets must not be pregnant & should be healthy. SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.Cat Neuter: $30 Cat Spay: $40 Dog Neuter:Dog Spay: up to 11 lbs$40up to 11 lbs$50 12 33 lbs$4512 22 lbs$55 34 66 lbs$5523 44 lbs$60 67 88 lbs$7045 66 lbs$70 89 132 lbs$8567 88 lbs$90 89 132 lbs$105VACCINES CLINIC:Monday-Friday 1 2 pmWalk-Ins Welcome.Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee. Includes exam & economy vaccines.Consult is add'l $30 on request.(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND O'LAKES Rabies 1 yr $10.00 Feline Leukemia $18.00 Feline Distemper Combo $18.00 Rabies 3 yr $25.00 Canine Distemper Combo $25.00 Bordetella/Kennel Cough $12.00 SR 54US 41 MONDA Y -FRIDA Y 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PM CLOSED SUNDA Y813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 6 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comFrequent drivers of the Suncoast Parkway and Veterans Expressway will need some extra quarters this time next year.The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will increase the fee by 25 cents at all stops on the two highways,as well as many other toll roadways throughout the state,beginning June 30. Turnpike spokeswoman Christa Deason said the increase was part of a law signed by the state Legislature in 2007 to increase revenue for the department for capital improvement projects. "The state gave us up to five years to start with the higher rates,"Deason said. "We delayed the increase as long as possible because of the economy,but now we are under the gun." Deason said SunPass customers will not be affected by the rate hike on any of the mainline plazas and off ramps on the Suncoast in Pasco north to where the parkway originates in Hernando County.They will also pay the same amount while using exits on the Veterans as they do now but will need to shell out the extra quarter when driving through the Sugarwood Plaza in Odessa and the Anderson Plaza in Tampa. FDOT statistics from 2010 show that 45,000 and 54,400 vehicles travel the Sugarwood and Anderson plazas each day, respectively.Deason said FDOT expects to generate $1.8 billion in revenue from 2012-16 because of the increase,which will let the department pay for the future widening of the Veterans by one lane in each direction. "Everyone knows it needs to be widened,and we've been getting public input on the best way to do that,"Deason said."Traffic flow is poor during rush hour.Without this increase,we might have to wait a few more years to do anything about it." The widening of the Veterans is also part of the road planning for Hillsborough County.Pedro Parra,Hillsborough Planning Commission principal planner, said his department is working under the idea that the expressway will be widened within the next 10 years. "We are right now looking at ways to make Gunn Highway safer,"Parra said. "We're doing that with the understanding that the Veterans will be wider,so it is affecting everything we are doing in the planning commission." The Veterans opened in 1994,while the Suncoast was completed in 2001. Deason said neither roadway has seen a toll rate increase since they were established.For more information on the toll increase,visit floridasturnpike.com/index.cfm or call the FDOT's turnpike office at (800) 749-7453.For general information on FDOT, visit www.dot.state.fl.us.Toll increases coming to Suncoast/VeteransAll drivers will have to pay 25 cents more to travel through the two northern most toll plazas on the Veterans Expressway. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 8 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening EVENTS GOLF OUTINGChristian Social Services annual golf outing will be at the Groves Country Club,7924 Melogold Circle in Land O'Lakes on Saturday,Oct.1.It will be a scramble with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.Anyone interested or needing more information should contact Dave Conn at dcconn@tamapbay.rr.com.The cost is $300 for a foursome and lunch will be served.There will be prizes for first place and runner-up,as well as door prizes and awards for longest drive and closest to the pin.If anyone or any business would like to sponsor a hole,it's $100,which includes a sign on the hole and the name in the program.WINE WALKThe Shops at Wiregrass will host a Wine Walk every Thursday evening in October from 68:30 p.m.during its Fall Concert Series. Guests are invited to an evening of wine tasting and hors d'oeuvre samplings amidst the collection of fine stories and restaurants located in The Shops at Wiregrass at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.It will be an environment for shoppers to leisurely stroll the entire center and visit various wine pouring stations located along Paseo Drive and Piazza Avenue.Participants will receive a wine glass and punch card to allow them a wine tasting at each of the wine-pouring stations.The evenings will include up to five wine stations,hors d'oeuvres,free live music on four stages and shopping.The Shops at Wiregrass have partnered with the Jason Ackerman Foundation,which provides college assistance to children that have suffered a hardship.For just $10,each person will receive a souvenir glass for wine sampling.All proceeds from the Wiregrass Wine Walk will benefit the Jason Ackerman Foundation.All participants must also be 21 or older and show a valid form of ID.For more information,visit www.theshopsatwiregrass.com or call Guest Services at (813) 994-2242.ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH HOMECOMINGPlans for Zephyrhills High's homecoming activities are under way.The annual Homecoming parade kicks off on Friday, Oct.21.The parade starts at 1 p.m.and will travel through downtown Zephyrhills.Any organizations of the community are invited to participate in the parade.The entry fee is $10 per organization.Please call Zephyrhills High School if you have any questions at 794-6100.For entry fees and forms,please send email to sdavey@pasco.k12.fl.us.BRING YOUR WAGONSThe 10th Annual Pasco Master Gardeners' Plant Sale is Saturday,Oct.1.There will be hundreds of plants to choose from at cheap prices.The sale will take place at the Pasco County Fairgrounds at 36722 SR 52 in Dade City from 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.in the Greenhouse.There will be a huge variety of annuals,perennials,vegetable plants,herbs, citrus and fruit trees,berry bushes,native plants,water garden plants,butterfly attractors,ornaments,daffodil bulbs and much more.Plants are tagged with growing guides and plant information.With the cultural information available,patrons are more readily prepared to place the plant in its correct environment."Right plantright place"is the first principle of a Floridafriendly landscape.Master gardeners will be on site to assist buyers and to answer gardening questions.There will also be a children's activity area,free parking and lemonade.The public is welcome to tour the Demonstration Gardens in front of the fairgrounds during the plant sale.There will be a rain barrel workshop at 10 a.m.,but preregistration is required.Registration forms can be found under the Events Calendar on the website www.pasco.ifas.ufl.edu.The sale is open to the public.For more information, call the Pasco County Extension Office at (352) 518-0156.TRINITY INFORMATIVE MEETINGMedical Center of Trinity will host two informative events for the community to meet with hospital leadership,clinical staff and learn more about the 236-bed,all-private room hospital facility scheduled to open this winter.The next meeting is Tuesday,Oct.4 from 4-6 p.m.at the Seven Springs Golf and Country Club at 3535 Trophy Blvd.in New Port Richey.It will be an informal gathering planned by hospital staff and leadership to meet with members of the community, reveal floor plans,interior photos and answer questions on the highly anticipated opening of Medical Center of Trinity.Guests can stop by anytime between the event hours.Light refreshments will be served.To RSVP or for more information,please call (727) 834-5630.RED PEPPERThe red smear campaign used to defeat Claude Pepper in the 1950 U.S.Senate seat takes the stage in the world premiere of Red Pepper.The show debuts Friday,Oct.7 and runs through Saturday,Oct.22.Show times are at 8 p.m.at the Venue Ensemble Theatre at 9125 US 19 N.in Pinellas Park.Get tickets at http://www.eventbrite.com/myevents.BOOKS FOR TROOPSGFWC New Tampa Junior Woman's Club (NTJWC) and Juniorettes will be collecting paperback books to support a new project called Books for Troops.Juniors and Juniorettes will be collecting paperback books starting Saturday,Oct.1 7:30-11:30 a.m.at the Trash to Treasure yard sale in the Hunters Green community.If you would like to volunteer or make a donation for postage, please contact Patricia Murphy for more information at Murphy.Patricia@verizon.net or Juniorettes@gfwcnewtampajuniors.org.COUNTRY MILE COOK-OFFJim Browne Patriot Chevrolet of Dade City is hosting the Country Mile Cook-Off on Saturday,Oct.1 from 4-7 p.m.Located at 10741 US 301 in Dade City,the event is catered to the whole family.There will be classic,vintage Chevrolets,a DJ,free samples, and other family activities.There will be $2 little plates.Proceeds benefit the Zephyrhills High booster club and Pasco high football/cheerleader booster club.Testdriving a Chevrolet enters you in a drawing for a local dining gift certificate. COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT CHARITY GOLF TOURNEYVan Dyke Church Journeymen is sponsoring a four-person scramble charity golf tournament at Heritage Harbor Golf and Country Club at 19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway in Lutz on Saturday,Oct.22.The tournament supports SunCoast Kids Place,a center for grieving children.The participation fee is $90 per individual.If you signup and pay prior to Saturday,Oct.8,receive a free embroidered golf towel.Registration opens at 7 a.m.and the tournament will begin at 8 a.m.For more information,or to signup,visit www.vandyke.org/adult-groups/men-s-ministry-journeymen or contact Bob Hall at bhall1663@verizon.net. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 9 Send business news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.comJ. JOSEPH STYLIST HONES PROFESSIONAL SKILLSMichael Ethyn from J.Joseph Salon & Spa in Land O'Lakes sharpened his professional skills at the award-winning Redken Exchange in New York City. Ethyn attended Redken Exchange during New York Fashion Week,giving him an opportunity to take advantage of the hair industry's leading resource for higher learning,while also witnessing and participating in the city's annual showcase of the latest in fashion trends.Those wanting to know about the innovative style or color trends can call Ethyn at (813) 235-6848 to schedule an appointment or visit www.JJosephSalon.com.THE CANADIAN DRUGSTORE OWNER HONOREDWilliam Herscher,owner of The Canadian Drugstore,recently received the Emerging Leader Award at the Florida Association of Health Underwriters'2011 Symposium Awards Dinner in Orlando. The award goes to the association member who has contributed to a local or state association significantly beyond expectations and has been a member of the association for less than five years.The Florida Association of Heath Underwriters is a nonprofit organization of insurance professionals devoted to serving the public by strengthening the insurance marketplace through advocacy and education. For more information,call (813) 7882007 or visit www.drugstoreunlimited.com.NEW LOCATION FOR PCLANDPCland LLC has relocated to 5132 Land O'Lakes Blvd.from its previous location down the road. The computer services company's new shop is next to J.Joseph Salon,near the U.S. Post Office on Land O'Lakes Boulevard. The shop specializes in technical support service,which includes on-site service for home and smalland medium-sized companies.For hours and additional information,call (813) 996-0352 or email pcland@pclandllc.comSHOPS AT WIREGRASS TO HOLD JOB FAIRThe Shops at Wiregrass is hosting a job fair from 4-7 p.m.on Sept.28 in Space No. 150,across from Dillard's next to Soma Intimates.The Shops at Wiregrass is at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.BEAZER HOMES OPENS NEW PHASEBeazer Homes recently opened a new phase of 76 lots at Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch in New Tampa,off Bruce B.Downs and Cross Creek boulevards. The homes will be three-,four-,fiveand six-bedroom homes,ranging in size from 1,600-3,200 square feet.They will be priced from the $180s. All of the homes will be built with Beazer's eSMART features that include elements to increase energy and water efficiency and indoor air-quality.LIQUOR STORE OWNERS HONOREDTony Bouid and Joseph Nahas,owner/operators of TJ's Liquor Store locations at 4710 Land O'Lakes Blvd.in Land O'Lakes and 14851 SR 52 in Hudson were recently honored for their excellence in community service regarding a fundraiser for the Baldermero-Lopez Veterans Home.The two men are members of the Knights of Columbus Council No.8104 in Land O'Lakes.In 2011,they are supporting a Knights of Columbus Council fundraiser for the Pasco County Special Olympics.HAIR SALON OPERATOR MOVES TO NEW SHOPCindy Caron,the former owner of Dani & Company Hair Salon,has moved to Unique Techniques,23908 SR 54 in Lutz. The shop is next to the Big Apple Bagels in Canoe Commons.For more information,call (813) 948-0450.INTERNATIONAL HAIR CO. TO HOLD GRAND OPENINGInternational Hair Co.,at 5329 Market Village in Wesley Chapel will be having a grand opening celebration from 12:30-4 p.m.on Saturday,Oct.8.HABITAT FOR HUMANITY CELEBRATES MILESTONEHabitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco County will join a worldwide celebration of 500,000th and 500,001st milestone houses as part of World Habitat Day events on Oct.3. Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco is among more than 2,300 Habitat affiliates worldwide that have made this milestone possible,having built 91 houses since its founding in 1994. The local organization will be celebrating at the Habitat ReStore locations in Zephyrhills and Dade City.The Habitat ReStore sells new and used home improvement items to the public at discounted prices.Both ReStore stores will be celebrating World Habitat Day as well as their ReStore anniversaries.In October,the Zephryhills ReStore will commemorate its first year anniversary and the Dade City ReStore will celebrate its sixth year of operation.They will begin their celebrations on Oct.3 and will offer special sales all week. On Saturday,Oct.8 they will be giving out cupcakes and refreshments while supplies last."IRONMOMVAL" NOW AT THE GROVESFitness instructor "IronMomVal,"a USA triathalon coach has begun offering a complete body-strengthening workout.To learn more about The Grove's Fitness Programs and Val Thompson's Friday workout class call (813) 996-1016.NANCY CLARK OBTAINS CRUISE LINE CREDENTIALSNancy Clark of Cruise Planners/American Express,in Lutz,has graduated from Norwegian Cruise Line's online travel agent university,NCL University. The online school is geared to deliver an enhanced level of knowledge and insight into Norwegian Cruise Line's unique Freestyle Cruising philosophy,its cruising destinations,ship programs and operations, and many other "behind-the-scenes"elements not available anywhere else.Each graduate is required,within one year,to earn a minimum number of credits through a choice of accredited courses and electives. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 10 HEALTH & WELLNESS Pasco outsources absentee ballotsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley has cut 28 percent from his budget during the last four years,but his department is still looking for ways to save money. Corley recently announced the elections office will outsource the job of creating and tallying absentee ballots starting in 2012,a year that includes a presidential vote.He said the move will save about $50,000 from his current $2.6 million budget. Absentee Ballot Solutions takes over the job within the county.Corley said past presidential elections have led to 15,000-25,000 absentee ballots being cast. Corley said Absentee Ballot has a "great reputation,"which made him comfortable with the move.He also said "The voters will see no difference.That was another reason why we went with them." In previous years,Corley's department had printed and processed the absentee ballots in house.However, as Pasco's population increased and more people mailed their votes,Corley was forced to hire temporary workers to accomplish the job.He added that the cost of both paper and ink have also become more expensive while revenue has fallen. "We felt like that was the best way to control costs,but now we've found Absentee Ballot can do if for cheaper,"Corley said."If we can have the same process while saving money,that's a big deal. It is tough giving up the reins though." Corley said all the ballots will be automatically counted by computers,assuring fast results.He added that no staff memebers will lose their jobs because of the move. "The automation will assist with quality control of outgoing ballots,"Corley said."It'a win-win." For more information on upcoming elections in Pasco or to learn how to request an absentee ballot,visit pascovotes.com. Row for Hospice returns Oct. 22The Land O'Lakes Rowing Club and Bay Area Watersports will present the second annual Row for Hospice on Saturday,Oct. 22.The event is at Lake Padgett Park on Lake Padgett Drive in Land O'Lakes,with registration starting at 8 a.m.The day will help raise money for HPH Hospice's children's assistance program. There will be rowing races throughout the morning.Those interested must be at least 15 years old.Anyone who has their own rowing shell,kayak,canoe or paddle boat are encouraged to bring them to the event,but there will also be extra available. People should also bring their own lawn chairs. The cost is $15 to participate on Oct.22, or $10 for those who sign up by Saturday, Oct.15.There will also be chair massages and food/drinks available for an additional fee.To register,call (813) 996-4718 or email lolrowing@gmail.com.Pasco Regional earns Joint Commission awardPasco Regional Medical Center was recently named one of the nation's top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission. The Dade City hospital was recognized by the commission based on data reported about evidence-based clinical procedures shown to improve care for certain conditions,including heart attack,heart failure, pneumonia,surgical care and children's asthma. Pasco Regional is one of 405 U.S.hospitals to earn the honor.The Dade City facility was recognized for achieving thresholds for congestive heart failure and pneumonia. "We understand that what matters most to our patients at Pasco Regional is safe,effective care,"said Pasco Regional CEO Philip Minden in a release."That's why our hospital has made a commitment to accreditation and to positive patient outcomes through evidence-based care processes." For more information on Pasco Regional,visit www.pascoregionalmc.com.Alzheimer's caregivers seminars HPH Hospice and the Alzheimer's Association Florida Gulf Coast chapter will host a four-week series for individuals caring for someone with Alzheimer's disease or those who anticipate being in the position in the future.The program is from 1:30-3 p.m.each Tuesday starting on Oct.11 at the HPH's east Pasco team office,37445 Clinton Ave.in Dade City. Topics include an overview of Alzheimer's,how the disease changes communication,dealing with difficult behaviors,caregiver stress and community resources.There will also be information on research and treatment.Each week will include discussion time.The seminars are free,but space is limited and advanced registration is required.To sign up or for information,call Jan Double at (727) 7050107.--Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first come,first served basis.Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com. Alex Romanchik has been named chief financial officer at Community Hospital,the future Medical Center of Trinity. Romanchik comes to Community Hospital from Charleston,S.C.,where he served as division controller of Hospital Corporation of America's (HCA) South Atlantic Division,a position he had since December 2008.HCA is the parent company of Community Hospital. Prior to working with the South Atlantic Division,Romanchik served as the Jacksonville market controller,overseeing three HCA hospital facilities and then assuming the role of controller of the corporation's Memorial Hospital. "Alex brings expert knowledge of HCA systems and data sources,tremendous analytical skills and an intimate knowledge of Division level analysis of facility operations,"said Leigh Massengill,CEO of Community Hospital,in a release."He will be a strong partner during our strategic planning and as we shape a new facility from the ground up." Massengill is referring to the hospital's anticipated opening of the new Medical Center of Trinity at 9330 SR 54 in Trinity in November. Romanchik has a bachelor's and a master's degree in business administration from the University of North Florida.Community Hospital welcomes Alex Romanchik Alex Romanchik BrianCorley ALS LAWN CAREProducts & Service, Inc.18905 N. 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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner football team scored on a kick return and an interception to defeat Class 7A-District 7 rival Freedom 13-6 on Sept.23. "I'm happy about the way we won because I emphasize special teams and defense,"said Warriors coach Floyd Graham. "We work special teams 30 minutes a day, and we put the best 11 athletes on D." Steinbrenner (3-1) trailed 6-0 early in the second quarter after Freedom's D'Andre Washington blocked a punt deep in Warriors'territory.Patriots quarterback Jon Economou ran up the middle for a 2-yard touchdown three plays later. Steinbrenner snatched momentum right back when Zack Jones took the ensuing kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown to put the Warriors up 7-6. "It changed the momentum of the game, and I knew if I got one block I was gone," Jones said."Lanes opened up,and Jake Carroll threw a huge block to spring me. Then I saw daylight and just ran as fast as I could." The Warriors stretched their lead to 13-6 when defensive back Danny Fernandez intercepted Taylor King,who replaced Economou after halftime,and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown. "I just saw it in the air and knew it was mine,"Fernandez said."Once I had it there was no doubt in my mind I was going to score.I saw blockers in front of me and I was going to score no matter what." Freedom (0-4) did threaten the Warriors' end zone on its final drive.The Patriots got the ball with 6:09 left on their own 40 and put together a 17-play drive that included converting three fourth downs.However, three incomplete passes and two penalties forced a fourth and 20 with 17 seconds remaining from Steinbrenner's 27-yard line. King lobbed a pass into the end zone,but defensive back Andrew Feldhaus deflected the prayer to the turf,sealing the victory. "I was just thinking knock it down,"Feldhaus said."We practice that all the time and coaches always say just knock it down.I knew there were some people behind me,so I timed my jump and knocked it down as hard as I could." Neither squad was able to move the ball effectively on a field that resembled a swamp because of heavy rains all week and newly laid sod.Freedom had 246 yards of total offense,while Steinbrenner amassed 75 and did not complete a pass. "We've been getting killed defensively all season,so I challenged them to step up and they stepped up tonight,"said Freedom coach Tchecoy Blount."We didn't give up a touchdown and allowed only a couple big plays,but we were able to rally and stop those drives.I was very proud of our defense." Steinbrenner's defense turned the Patriots over on downs three times while recording six sacks,one fumble recovery and Fernandez's interception. Freedom's punt team was one of the squad's highlights on the evening,averaging more than 10 yards per return while allowing 0 yards. "Our punt team was very good tonight,"Blount said."We get a big block from D'Andre that set up our touchdown,Deven Turner had some big punt returns for us and we covered their punt return team well.Unfortunately our kick return wasn't as disciplined and we got out of our lanes a couple times and that's what let up that touchdown." The victory is the Warriors'third straight and puts them on top of the district tied with Gaither and Tampa Bay Tech. "This game was huge for us,and I'm just glad that we have a bye week,"Graham said. "We have a couple of kids injured,so we need to heal up." Freedom travels to Alonso on Friday, Sept.30.Steinbrenner next plays at Gaither on Thursday,Oct.6.Both games are at 7:30 p.m. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Steinbrenner 3-1 (1-0) Gaither 2-2 (1-0) Tampa Bay Tech 2-2 (1-0) Chamberlain 0-3 (0-1) Freedom 0-4 (0-1) Wiregrass Ranch 0-4 (0-1) Class 6A-District 6 River Ridge 3-0 (1-0) Sunlake 3-0 (1-0) Hernando 2-2 (1-0) Nature Coast 2-2 (1-0) Mitchell 3-1 (0-1) Land O' Lakes 1-2 (0-1) Springstead 1-2 (0-1) Central 0-4 (0-1) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 4-0 (1-0) Fivay 2-1 (1-0) Zephyrhills 1-2 (1-0) Ridgewood 1-3 (1-0) Wesley Chapel 2-1 (0-1) Hudson 0-3 (0-1) Anclote 0-3 (0-1) Gulf 0-3 (0-1) By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comAcademy at the Lakes running back Jarrett Harvey didn't actually break the score board against Washburn,but it almost appeared that way in the Wildcats'67-57 victory. Harvey put up eight touchdowns when the six-man football teams started play on Sept.16 at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,but the field lights went out with 2:41 remaining and the Wildcats leading 6157. The squads had to finish the high-scoring affair on Sept.20.Washburn (2-2) attempted an onside kick when play resumed,but it did not go the 10 yards needed to let the Clearwater school recover the ball. The academy took over on the Washburn 39-yard line and put together a five-play, 2:20-drive capped by a 5-yard scoring run for Harvey,his ninth touchdown of the contest. "I wasn't expecting this,"Harvey said."To score nine touchdowns is out of the question as far as I was thinking." In his 40 years of coaching high school football,Wildcats coach John Castelamare had never experienced anything like those two nights in September. "We had games moved because of a hurricane or lightning,but not with 2:41 left over two days,"Castelamare said."It drove us nuts.You think of all the things that could have happened. I told my daughter 2:41; your dad is going nuts because of this 2:41." That 2:41 will also stick with academy quarterback A.J.Carlson. "We knew we had to come out and play as hard as we possibly could for 2:41," Carlson said."I'm probably not going to ever forget 2:41." Castelamare came up with a game plan for the final 2:41. "I had a playbook just for today;just for 2:41,"Castelamare said as he pulled from his pocket an index card with a few plays and 2:41 scribbled on it."I called it that,2:41.It was exactly what we wanted to do." Castelamare did not let the odd conclusion interfere with the Wildcats normal routine.The academy had practice on Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. "With only 2:41 we thought we'd only be out here 15-20 minutes,"Castelamare said."So we made it part of the practice,just more important than most practices." The academy got on the board first on a 45-yard touchdown run by Harvey to start a 27-point first quarter,but the Spartans inched back into the game. Harvey finished with 345 yards on 33 carries and eight rushing scores,along with two catches for 50 yards and another touchdown. "I think he played his hardest and I expect you'll see a lot more of that from him the rest of this year,"Carlson said of Harvey. Carlson went 4-for-5 passing for 98 yards and one touchdown. Ahkil McGill had 114 rushing yards and a touchdown while adding another 48 yards on two catches.He also had five tackles and an interception. The academy won its second game of the week 58-12 at Hernando Christian on Sept.23,moving the Wildcats to 4-0 on the season. The academy hosts Oasis Christian on Friday,Sept.30 at 7:30 p.m.Wildcats take wild two-day contest CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 11 Defense,special teams lead Steinbrenner to victory Steinbrenner senior defensive back Danny Fernandez returns an interception 32 yards for a touchdown against Freedom. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Freedom senior full back Michael Brittingham had 30 yards on eight carries in the first half against the Warriors but did not return after halftime with a leg injury. Academy at the Lakes senior running back Jarrett Harvey scored nine touchdowns in a 67-57 victory against Washburn. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) Patriots senior Tyrel Nunn had a team-high 69 rushing yards against Steinbrenner.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 12 SPORTS By Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comHigh school swim and dive teams may not fill the stands like their football counterparts,but at Sunlake the sport is respected. And now,it's more appreciated than ever. The Seahawks (3-1) have started out strong despite losing 13 seniors combined from the boys and girls teams,exactly what coach Glenna Chamberlain was hoping for. "We have a lot of freshmen coming in showing a lot of promise,"Chamberlain said. "The experience is going to take us a while to rebuild." Chamberlain is counting on the upper classmen to teach and work with the younger swimmers on techniques and strokes.She has credited this year's seniors with setting the example,and said they "worked their tails off in the summer this offseason,so I was pleasantly surprised." Among those seniors are team captains D.J.Sarrett,Austin Van Vliet and Savannah Mattox.They all participated in club teams during the summer.In fact,club teams are a main source of improvement for the Seahawks. "You have to be lucky with who comes to your school,"Mattox said."It's definitely about luck of kids that swim for clubs,that end up at your school.You get most of your work done at club teams,I think." And those that aren't in club teams learn quickly it's the best place to improve. "The kids who end up coming back,season after season,have started joining club teams because of our high school teams," Mattox said. Van Vliet,who last year placed eighth at states in the 200-yard freestyle and 16th in the 400-yard freestyle,said swimming on a club team paid immediate dividends. "I started high school, and I wasn't very good," Van Vliet said."But then I started a club team,and then the next year I came back and I made states." The emphasis on club teams is made even more apparent when the Seahawks swim against Land O'Lakes,their crosstown rival. Sunlake's lone loss on the season was to Land O' Lakes on Sept.21.The Seahawks have never beaten the Gators in a meet,and the swimmers attribute that to the Gators'depth. Last year,the Seahawks claimed more first-place finishes in their meet against Land O'Lakes,but the Gators tallied more total points to earn the victory.Chamberlain and her team are thankful just to have the chance to keep the rivalry going, something that was recently jeopardized.Earlier this year,the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex,home pool for both Sunlake and Land O'Lakes,was almost shut down. "The Land O'Lakes Lightning club team is taking over management,"Chamberlain said."If they didn't do that,we wouldn't be able to stay." If the complex had shut down,coaches aren't sure if the team would have been able to stay afloat. "There aren't enough community pools in Florida.It's very sad,"said diving coach Vicki Anderson.The only other alternative was to go to other facilities,such as the YMCA in Northdale or Trinity,and rent pool time,but that would have been too expensive.In addition to paying to rent pool time,transportation would have been costly as well.Sunlake travels to Wesley Chapel on Wednesday,Sept.28 at 6 p.m.Sunlake embraces swimming tradition Freshman Jonathan Oberg practices diving off the starting block during a recent Sunlake swim team practice. Sunlake team captains, from left, include D.J. Sarrett, Austin Van Vliet, Savannah Mattox and Nicole Harder. (Photos by Eugenio Torrens) The Seahawks swimmers are seen in their natural setting, the pool at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 14 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams have experienced a strangely similar last 12 months. Both won conference, district and regional championships and entered the Class 3A state meet with high expectations of finishing better than any other Bulls team in the school's history.Both teams had,by their standards,disappointing finishes in the final race of year,with the boys taking 10th and the girls finishing 13th,giving both motivation to improve in 2011.In addition,both programs lost four of their top-seven runners to graduation,creating a need for new leaders to step up.That similar road toward the 2011 season has created a common motto for the Bulls squads. "Both of our teams'shirts say Prove It' because on both sides,the boys and the girls,we lost some of our top runners,"said girls coach Don Howard."My girls say they're going to continue the tradition. Chris'boys say the same thing.They're out to prove it to themselves and everyone else. We use that target as our motivation to continue to do well.I tell the girls there are people training to beat you specifically,so you need to always work to improve." The girls lost Ariel Grey,Marissa Tomei, Kelsey Sturman and Taylor Hixson to graduation.The squad does return Nikita Shah, Chelse Davis and Elise Cedre,and Howard plans on using their experience to help get the team back to a championship level. "Those three girls are going to be our leaders this year,but the key for us is are those other kids going to step up,"Howard said."All three of those girls have it upon them to help pull the next bunch up.To run with them and practice and show them the things to do to get girls who have never run under 22 minutes to get their times down." Howard said Shah,a senior,is their No.1 runner,but the junior never looks at it as if she is separate from her teammates. "Cross country is a team effort and it's fun to be on a team,"said Shah,whose personal record (PR) in a 5-kilometer race is 18:59."I'm excited about this season.I think myself and a lot of the girls are ready to stay at the top.We lost some good runners,but I know our returning runners have been working very hard and have already improved their times.I think we can regain our titles we got last year." The boys lost Josh Reilly,Ryan Pulsifer, Ian Cassette and Logan Selzer to graduation, but coach Chris Loth said he has the right kids to help fill those holes. "We have a good group of kids step up as leaders,"Loth said."As far as talent,we have 38 kids on the team to choose from. There are available slots and everyone is motivated to fill them.They want to live upBulls poised to lead cross country pack Members of the Wiregrass Ranch boys cross country team get in a late-afternoon run along SR 56. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono) See BULLS,page17 BRING YOUR GAMEThrough our gateway lies your golfing adventure! 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O' Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amTaco Tuesday 5pm-8pm Includes Indian Tacos Friday Night Happy Hour THE 2011 FOOTBALL SEASON IS COMING TO THE HD JUMBO SCREEN IN THE OASIS GRILLFootball/Golf events on Saturdays,Sundays and Mondays.Call for details. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 15 "how do you get up from that what do you do? What do you learn from that failure? What do you learn about yourself? That it wasn't the end of the world.Most people who do anything in life have failed,"she said. Jordan also promotes the notion that creativity and innovation can be much more important than being at the top of the class. For instance,a student who comes up with a big idea can hire someone to do the math if that's not one of his strong suits,she said. Jordan didn't set out to become a teacher,but she believes that teaching is part of her DNA. "I heard somebody describe it as becoming part of the priesthood,"she said. "I loved researching and I loved writing, but what I really enjoyed was teaching.All through my Ph.D.,I supervised undergraduate research projects.I went and worked at a local school." That was when she discovered she could help students who want to pursue Ph.D.s. "It's very difficult to start at the low level where students come in.Of course,they're at the low level because they haven't been educated yet.But people at the really high level have a really hard time bridging that gap,because you forget what it's like to know nothing." Jordan won the Derek Bok Certificate for Distinguished Teaching Award at Harvard for her efforts. It was based on undergraduates ranking her teaching."I was ranked in the top 5 percent of teachers at Harvard.It was a surprise to me." Student Alex Stark,who has taken Biology 1 and AP Biology,currently serves as Jordan's assistant for AP Chemistry. Stark praises Jordan's ability to adapt her teaching style to suit different students. "She is aware of what they do or do not know,how much work they are willing to do,what methods of teaching relate to themDNA,from page 1 Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comThe Laker / Lutz News best,and what their motives are in being her students. "She is honest and likes to explain her thought processes thoroughly,"Stark noted in an email response to a series of questions."I have learned almost as much about teaching from her as I have about biology." Jordan credits her background for contributing to her teaching abilities. "I like that I've had a lot of experiences," Jordan said.She's been a competitive fighter in the martial arts,has written test questions for the Educational Testing Service,has been an observer on accreditation teams,is a writer,has a family and has a pet. "It's good to have a teacher in the classroom that's done a lot of things because they (students) can sort of see themselves in some of those roles,"Jordan said. "They first need to be able to relate to you on some level." Jordan said she teaches students how to approach a professor if a problem arises. "Being intellectual and sitting at a table and answering questions is not going to cut it." She also gears her tests to prepare students for what they might face in college. "I make sure my testing is consistent with what they might see in college.In the sciences,testing can be brutal." Jordan believes students need to develop logical skills and have a basic knowledge of science,whether or not they plan to pursue a career in science. "The world is becoming so much more technical,"she said. One of her classes,Advanced Scientific Research,allows students to select an area of interest and delve deeply into it."Normally,they have their last two periods in that class and they go to USF and do research."They take notes on everything that is said,because again,it's very hard for someone who is in the field to put themselves back in the shoes of the students,"Jordan said."That's what I do for them.I translate what it means." Jordan recently was honored by the Pasco County School Board for promoting high-level science experiences for high school students. Her students have worked with the Southwest Florida Water Management District on aquifer recharge and with USF professors on a variety of projects including making nanofilms,relating nutrition to diet through isotope analysis,and plotting biochemical pathways related to hearing loss. Her students have earned grants to support their research,given poster talks at professional meetings,and won numerous science fair awards. Last year,one of her students Sophia Sokolowski won two awards at the 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles.Sokolowski's project, "Audio Perception:Plotting the Pathway of the BK Channel"competed against the top 1,500 projects from around the world this year. After winning her international honors, Sokolowski,who is now a senior,said much of her success was due to Jordan's willingness to translate complicated scientific concepts and terms into language that the high schooler could understand. Jordan,who has been at Academy at the Lakes since 2006,said she enjoys teaching at the independent private school because she is given a great deal of freedom.There are no artificial boundaries,she said. "At first,I would have to make a proposal and justify it,"she said.Now,when she makes a proposal,the main question is whether she thinks she can do it,Jordan said. If she says that she can,"they just let me do it,"Jordan said. On one hand,she can appeal to student interest,she said.On the other,she must double-check herself to be sure she's on the right path. Jordan said the United States must improve in preparing its future scientists. "We've got to produce somehow.You can't be the most expensive country in the world and be a service economy.Those two things don't add up." 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 17 to the expectations that they've created. That's the goal.Whether or not it happens we'll have to see." One of the kids Loth will lean on for his times is senior Sam Hippely,whose PR in a 5K is 16:21. "Losing four seniors from last year is going to be tough for us,but I think our Nos.4-9 spots are really good and competitive,"Hippely said."They're all trying very hard and it pushes all of us to do better.It'll be interesting to see where those spots go." The boys will also be led by junior Ermias Bireda,whose PR is 16:26.Bireda said he has been working to get his core stronger during the summer,along with regular running with the squad. "I'll do whatever I can to get better at running,"Bireda said."I know that if you have a strong core you can go further at top speed." Loth has also changed his training regime based on what he learned in 2010. "We had a disappointing day at states last year and I've adjusted a couple things because of that,"Loth said."We started a little bit later in hopes that we won't peak too early,which I think we did last year.Keep them fresh.I'm going to adjust things later in the year too." Both Bulls programs have become constants at the top of conference,district and regional meet leader boards during the last few years,making them a target for other programs to shoot for."We're glad that other teams respect our program,"Loth said."After realignment we're in a more competitive district and region than we've ever been in teams like Land O'Lakes,Steinbrenner,Chamberlain and a couple other squads so we're going to have to push ourselves just to get to a state meet.If we have a bad day it could be over."All stats as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.SPORTS BULLS,from page 14 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams are out to prove they are still the teams to beat in the area,and neither disappointed at the Mitchell Invitational on Sept.17. The Bulls took home the team titles at the 3-mile race,one week after both squads won the Lecanto Invitational.The boys finished with 76 points,just besting Steinbrenner's 84.The Bulls'average time of 16:23.67 was actually slower than the Warriors'16:21.19. "This was our biggest regular season win in program history,"said Wiregrass Ranch Bulls coach Chris Loth."Steinbrenner is one of the best teams we've competed against outside of the state series in a long time. Thanks to Thor Alastre and David Hill we were able to nip them by a few points.We are sure each time we race (Steinbrenner) it will be even tougher." Steinbrenner was the Class 2A state runner-up last year and returns the majority of its top runners this year as the program moved up to 3A with Wiregrass Ranch and Land O'Lakes.The Gators took third in the event with an average time of 16:49.02, while 14th place Sunlake's was 18:19.36. The Bulls were led by Ermia Bireda,who finished eighth overall in 16:00.94. Teammates Sam Hippely and David Hill placed 10th and 16th respectively.It was Wiregrass Ranch's overall depth that helped it win the Mitchell Invitational. Warriors runners Matt Magee and Tyler Lima finished fifth and sixth respectively, while Land O'Lakes'Travis Nichols took seventh.The win is made even bigger for the Bulls boys,as they are working to replace four of their top-seven runners from the 2010 squad that won conference,district and regional championships before finishing 10th at the 3A state meet. The Wiregrass Ranch girls also lost four of its top-seven runners from 2010,a year that also included conference,district and regional crowns and a 13th-place finish at states. The Bulls had 79 points in the race and an average finish of 20:06.42,almost 8 seconds faster than second place Osceola.The Steinbrenner girls placed fourth,while Land O'Lakes and Sunlake took 16th and 21st respectively. "I was very pleased with the girls'performance this week,as there were four ranked teams in the meet,Osceola, Northside Christian,Gulf and us,"said Wiregrass Ranch girls coach Don Howard."I know some teams were missing a girl from their top five,and we were at full strength, but it still is a testament to the girls'hard work that they were able to run as well as they did Saturday.The girls are running great right now." The girls were led by Nikita Shah,who took fourth in 18:21.06.The only other area runner to finish in the top 10 was Steinbrenner's Lauren Garris,whose 19:07.65 was good enough for seventh. Fellow Bulls Elise Cedre and Chelsea Davis came in 11th and 14th respectively. Bulls run away with Mitchell InvitationalThe Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams both won their second titles of the regular season at the Mitchell Invitational on Sept. 17. 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Saint Leo baseball recruitsSaint Leo University baseball coach Russ McNickle unveiled his 2012 recruiting class, which includes two freshmen and six transfers. "Looking at our needs and trying to address some of our deficiencies from last season,and then you look at this group of young men and see their positions and their experience level;we feel confident that we accomplished our goal," McNickle said of his roster improvements."We are excited about the quality of these student-athletes that have joined the Saint Leo University baseball family." Among those who are joining the Lions ranks is 2011 Wesley Chapel High graduate Brandon Mumaw.The 5-foot-10,165-pound lefty went 10-1 with a 1.33 ERA and 72 strikeouts as a senior.He had an 18-game winning streak that stretched from his sophomore to senior campaigns. Mumaw was named the All-Laker/All-Lutz News Baseball Player of the Year in 2011,and also was the first player in Wildcats history to be selected for the Florida Athletic Coaches Association's state all-star game. Other additions include: Tampa Bay Tech graduate Tyrone Miller, RHP,Fr.,5-10,175 pounds Saint Louis University transfer Zach Miller,UTL,Sr.,6-0,195 pounds Florida State University transfer Taed Moses,UTL,Jr.,6-1,175 pounds College of Central Florida transfer Charles Neely,RHP,Jr.,6-0,175 pounds Broward College transfer Ryan Sadler, RHP,So.,6-6,230 pounds Chipola College transfer Michael Revell, OF/3B,Jr.,6-3,210 pounds Chipola College transfer Dillon Vitale, UTL/RHP,Jr.,6-1,205 poundsSports editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28,2011 18 SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS CHECK THIS OUT Gators student-athlete winnersLand O' Lakes High has released its September student-athletes of the months. Winners include: Travis Nichols,boys cross country Samantha Sodetz,girls cross country Wesley Moore,football Ricky Valdez,boys golf Jaycee Welker,girls golf Alex Long,boys swimming Lexie Haqq,girls swimming Daniella Smith,volleyballLions upset No.1 Florida TechThe Saint Leo University women's soccer team opened up Sunshine State Conference (SSC) play by defeating No.1 ranked Florida Tech 1-0 at home on Sept.21. The No.20 Lions got the lone goal of the contest in the 56th minute when Dari Alcantara scored her eighth goal of the season by heading in a corner kick from Cassie Barbaresi.It was the only shot on goal for the Green and Gold in the game. Lions goalkeeper Laura Carstens made five saves to preserve the shutout,the squad's second of the season. The Lions followed up the Florida Tech (51,0-1) win by defeating Alabama-Huntsville on Sept.25 to move their record to 8-0.Saint Leo next travels to SSC rival Eckerd on Thursday,Sept.29 at 7 p.m. Wesley Chapel High graduate Brandon Mumaw is one of eight new players joining the Saint Leo University baseball team in 2012. (File photo) Pasco County thanks our haulers, sponsors and volunteers for a successful COASTAL CLEANUP THE FOLLOWING HAULERS DONATED DUMPSTERS: Choice Environmental Peterson Hauling Seaside Sanitation Waste Management of Pasco Waste Services of Florida THANK YOU TO OUR CASH SPONSORS: Bright House Networks, LLC Camp, Dresser and McKee CH2MHILL Coastal Landfill Disposal of Florida, LLC Covanta Energy, Inc. Keep Pasco Beautiful, Inc. Kessler Consulting, Inc. Parker & Sons Sanitation Pasco Iron & Metal Pasco Lakes Landfill / Advanced Disposal Sea Pines Dive Club Tetra Tech, Inc. Trademark Metals Recycling LLC Waste Aid Systems, Inc. 1283 Volunteers collected 11.92 tons of trash from our coastline, waterways and roadsides. Thank You! To our great Volunteers! A Special thank you to the Pasco County Board of County Commissioners, Pasco County Road and Bridge,Pasco County Utilities and Pasco County Parks and Recreation 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. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS September 28, 2011 19 By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comPasco County’s march of progress has created a big stink in Dade City. The county is building a new wastewater, or sewage, treatment plant on the southeast corner of Christian and Powerline roads to replace a small and outdated facility in Lacoochee. The Northeast Subregional Wastewater Treatment Plant will provide additional water capacity for northeastern Pasco, according to assistant county administrator for utilities Bruce Kennedy. “It’s going to bring jobs to the area along US 301,” Kennedy said. “Right now there isn’t capacity to support any large businesses that might want to move into the area.’ Many residents in the area are not convinced the plant will be an asset. About 200 people voiced their objection at a public meeting on Sept. 13 meant to answer questions about the future facility. One protestor interrupted Kennedy a few minutes into his opening statements, shouting out that the county staffer was “brainwashed” by his boss. Kennedy admitted he did not expect the kind of negative sentiment that was present at the meeting but is firm in his stance that the plant will help the community. “The idea is to stimulate growth,” Kennedy said. “We need this robust system and infrastructure to show future employers and light industrial developers our potential for growth.” The majority of the outrage revolved around two main points: most residents say they were never told about the plant before the site was selected, and a fear the untreated wastewater will find its way into the ground water. “Not even a word to us,” said Max Sherman, who lives minutes from the plant’s future site. “Plus most of us are on well water around here. If the sewage gets into the ground, then we’re all in a lot of trouble.” The future facility will take wastewater and turn it into a source useable for industrial and other commercial purposes. It will not go into the drinking supply for the area, according to Kennedy. The plant will be on 10 acres, which is surrounded by 260 acres of Pasco-owned land to create a buffer preventing any waste from seeping into the group, according to Kennedy. He add that the location is the best for the facility because the densely forested environment will prevent residents from looking at it, keeping the rural feel of the area. “The people won’t be able to see the plant,” Kennedy said. “If no one ever told them it was there, they won’t have any idea it even exists.” Once completed, the plant will produce about 300,000 gallons of water each day, but could increase capacity to 600,000 if needed. Kennedy said most facilities put out 2-3 million gallons daily, making it relatively small. The location of the plant has a long history of opposition. In 2006, residents opposed a plan to develop 342 acres of the property to build 85 high-priced houses. That neighborhood would have been called Trilby Estates, but the developer decided not to build it because of the locals’ outrage about it upsetting the rural atmosphere of the area. The county bought the land after the Trilby Estates developer backed out of the project. Pasco can therefore use the land for whatever use it wants, such as building a park, community center or a sewage plant. The Pasco Commission will eventually give final approval for the plant project later this year. Commissioner Ted Schrader, whose District 1 covers most of east Pasco including Dade City, was not at the public meeting, but said he has been receiving “spirited” emails from residents. “We expected the meeting would answer everyone’s questions about the plant and let them know it will help us all by bringing in business,” Schrader said. “It obviously didn’t go as planned.” Schrader said he plans to have another public meeting, which he will attend. “In the end they are the residents, and we need to address their concerns,” Schrader said. LETTER TO THE EDITORFailed war on drugsDear Editor, As Congress considers more spending cuts I urge, urge my fellow citizens and government officials to cut failed drug war programs. More than a trillion dollars has been spent on the war on drugs with little to show for it except over-crowded prisons, enormous racial disparities, and rising rates of overdose fatalities. Please stop wasting taxpayer money on drug policies proven not to work. Many scientific groups, including SAMSHA, the American Psychological Association and others have for some time been advocating for a scientific healthcare approach to both prevent, and rehabilitate the demand for illicit substances. These models are both less expensive, and have a proven clinical track record. For instance, federal subsidies for local law enforcement, such as the Byrne-JAG program, are fueling over-incarceration at the local level. These federal subsidies distort local law enforcement priorities and waste federal money that could be used for truly federal activities. Twenty civil rights and criminal justice reform groups released a letter in 2008 urging Congress to not renew the program without first reforming it. Four leading conservative groups have urged Congress in the past to completely eliminate the Byrne grant program, because the program “has proved to be an ineffective and inefficient use of resources.” (American Conservative Union, Americans for Tax Reform, Citizens against Government Waste and National Taxpayers Union). Eliminating the Byrne-JAG program would save billions of dollars. Sincerely, David Emison, ZephyrhillsOutrage over new Pasco sewage plant Blow-dry style, curling iron, flat iron, set, design lines or specialty cuts extra. Only at participating salons.Kids Cut 11 & Under Free Shampoo & Lite Dry! $595 LKR L1752 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. € Wesley Chapel, FL 33544 (813) 991-1439 M-F 9am-9pm € Sat 9am-6pm € Sun 11am-5pm CHI ColorFree Shampoo & Style! $3495 LKR LHaircut extra. Price will vary with condition and/or length of hair. Quick & Easy PermFree Shampoo & Cut! $3795 LKR LPrice will vary with condition and/or length of hair. Design wraps extra. 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Serving Lutz/OdessaLutz NEWS Ryan Wegener is one of many who is addicted to the latest trend in drug use prescription pain pills. Nationally in 2008,12.2 percent of all crimes committed were related to prescription abuse,an all-time high,and 1,150 people in Pasco,Hillsborough and Pinellas counties died last year from overdosing on the medications,a state record. Ryan,of Land OLakes,became addicted to prescription drugs around age 19 while doing construction work.I was really sore the first two weeks and I got with a couple guys who were a little older,Ryan said.I said,Man my back is really killing me,and they were like you know we got something to take care of that and the drugs are legal too.I said,Whatve you got?Ryan was given several pills of Rocicet,commonly called Roxys,a painkiller that contains acetaminophen and Ocycodone. So I took it,Ryan said.He then added,After a couple weeks of every other day taking them,my back wasnt hurting anymore.I didnt need the pills to go to work,but I still wanted it. Ryan said after a while,one pill wouldnt satisfy the addiction.He needed two or three to subside his craving for the medication.As his addiction grew he started injecting the pills,a common practice for hardcore users to get a stronger high faster. Ryan would go on benders where he would use 100-200 pills in three or four days and fall out of contact with his family. Parents Chris and Diane saw changes in his behavior but never suspected he was an addict.BSESSEDLand OLakes family struggles with prescription drugs Ryan & GirlfriendRyan, age 3Ryan, age 8 Amy Jordan,a science teacher in the Upper Division at Academy at the Lakes,has a lengthy list of accomplishments. But for this teacher the goal of a true education goes beyond achievement it aims to prepare students for what they will encounter after they leave her classroom. One of the hardest lessons, she said,is to learn how to deal with failure. Thats particularly challenging for high-achieving students, she said.Its really hard for those kids. Its very hard for them not to be looking for the right answer.Those kids,in particular, need to have a few big failures in their life.The younger,the better.Its a little bit harder when you have a family and you have a big failure in your life. If failures happen earlier, then its easier to get through them and realize theyre not such a catastrophe,she said. In science,we fail all of the time.Most of our experiments dont work. Whats important,she said,is The Laker is In search of excellencePage 15 Area hospitals get new namesPage 2Pioneer Descendants Day returnsPage 3Tolls rising on Veterans and SuncoastPage 6 INSIDETeaching is part of her DNA 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)

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com A hospital with an incredibly familiar name in Tampa has a new name now and that change is part of an even larger change announced last week by Adventist Health System. University Community Hospital is now Florida Hospital Tampa and the Pepin Heart Institute has been renamed to Florida Hospital Pepin Institute. They join Florida Hospital Carrollwood, Florida Hospital Connerton Long Term Acute Care,Florida Hospital Zephyrhills, Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital and Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel to form the new Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. In total,the facilities represent more than 1,000 beds. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,now under construction,has a planned opening date of October 2012,said John Harding, president and chief executive officer for the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. That facility is going up very quickly.It will be entirely enclosed by the end of the month,Harding said.That is a large economic investment in this community,to the tune of about $160 million. Overall,Adventist expects to have an economic impact of a half-billion dollars during the next five years in the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division. It expects to create about 400 new jobs within the next 12 months. The name change signals an initiative aimed at elevating healthcare for patients, Harding said. The research suggested that we needed to have a partner in academics,Harding said. Along those lines,the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division will be working much more extensively with the University of South Florida.The partnership is expected to create new opportunities that will give Adventist patients access to the universitys physicians and its clinical research,said Michael Schultz,president and CEO of the Florida Region and executive vice president of the Florida Division of Adventist Health System. There will be more to announce in the days and weeks to come,he said. Collectively,we want to bring value to the medical community in the north Tampa Bay area.By the north Tampa Bay area,Im talking about north Tampa,Pasco and Pinellas counties,Schultz said.We wanted to bring value,or why do it? Adventist is aiming to provide integrated, coordinated care to patients,he said. What do I mean by integrated,coordinated care? To me,it means the right care,at the right time,at the right location for the best possible clinical outcome,Schultz said. Dr.Stephen Klasko,dean of the College of Medicine at USF,said the initiative will enable the university to have a stronger footprint in north Tampa and also in Pasco County,one of the fastest-growing places in the region. Well be able to combine some of the education and research and clinical services together into something very exciting over this whole north Tampa region,Klasko said. Having an academic medical center in your area is only a good thing. The collaboration may prove particularly beneficial to Pasco residents,he said,because of our relationship,these hospitals will have more of the subspecialists available,so you wont necessarily have to go into Tampa or Orlando. Hospitals in the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division will have more of the clinical research,he said,which will give patients access to more cutting-edge care. We think we can be the glue between a great hospital system,the community and the doctors in that area,Klasko said. The relationship between the university and Adventist Health System also will foster a new pipeline of physicians and other medical care providers for the Pasco communities,Klasko said. As USFs medical and nursing students spend time in Pasco,Klasko said,some are likely to think: Boy,this would be a good place to live and work. I think youre going to be hearing a lot more about some of the synergies between Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division and USF,Klasko predicted. The Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division completes Florida Hospitals Central Florida network of care,which now connects 22 hospitals from Flagler Beach to Tarpon Springs,and all points in between,Shultz said. Adventist has a long history of meeting healthcare needs for Floridians,Harding said.It has been in Central Florida for more than 100 years and its church has been in healthcare for nearly 150 years. Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel,now in the midst of construction,has been designed with the patient in mind,said Brian Adams,its chief operating officer. Youll be able to walk in the front door and literally in less than 50 feet be on the MRI scanner,he said.That facility will open with 80 beds and is designed to grow along with the community,ultimately becoming a 288-bed facility. Its designed to grow so youll never have to build in front of the front door of the hospital,he said,eliminating the confusion that sometimes occurs when a hospital expands and what was originally the front door ends up being on the middle of the campus. The idea is to make it easy for people to find their way around,he said. 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The Pasco County Commission approved millions of dollars in financial incentives last week in a quest to entice Raymond James Financial to create a campus in Wiregrass Ranch. The incentive package includes tax breaks,road improvements and other perks estimated at about $10 million from Pasco County and about $5 million from the state. Improvements will include the construction of Wiregrass Ranch Boulevard,which would connect state roads 54 and 56. In exchange,the internationally known financial services company,based in St.Petersburg, would build two 100,000-squarefoot buildings.The company would bring 750 jobs to the county by 2024,with 100 of those jobs beginning in 2014. Raymond James also wants to reserve up to 1 million square feet of office space for future expansion on all,or a portion of the property and adjacent lands. The company has set a final due diligence period of up to nine months to examine geotechnical,environmental and other aspects of the property to ensure it is compatible with the project, Steve Hollister,a spokesman for Raymond James,said in an email. A tentative construction date of 2012 has been set,with occupancy of the first building expected in 2013,Hollister added. The financial services company decided to begin looking for a satellite location after conducting a comprehensive analysis last year of its current home campus in the Carillon office park in St. Petersburg.The analysis concluded that its headquarters would be at or near capacity within several years. The 1 million-square-foot office complex also is in the level one area evacuation for hurricanes,causing the company to give serious consideration to the need to relocate critical data systems as first-tier protection, according to previously published reports in The Laker/Lutz News. Commissioner Pat Mulieri applauded the county boards unanimous vote. The incentives that Pasco offered shows Pasco is open for business,Mulieri said in an email. She believes that the Shops at Wiregrass served as a catalyst to bring an economic boost to an area where Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is now under construction and a new Pasco-Hernando Community College campus,Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch,is slated to open for classes in January 2014. An independent report conducted for the Pasco Economic Development Council found that over the first 17 years,the project would lead directly or indirectly to the creation of approximately 1,200 jobs and provide total salaries to direct or indirect workers in the amount of approximately $600 million. The deal,according to County Administrator John Gallagher,signals that Pasco County is coming out of adolescence. For decades the county has been known as a bedroom community,with residents commuting to Tampa and back for work. Hollister said factors weighing in favor of Wiregrass Ranch include its minimized natural disaster risk,access,demographics, redundant power and fiber optics infrastructure and available incentives. If the deal goes through, Gallagher expects Raymond James to help attract other businesses to the county. State Rep.Will Weatherford, who is in line to become the next Speaker of the House,characterized the deal as a real game changer for Pasco County. This deal brings tangible benefits for the immediate future through an infusion of high wage direct and indirect jobs,the Republican from Wesley Chapel said in a prepared statement. But equally important is what this deal means for the future of Pasco.This is the second major financial institution to locate in our area,said Weatherford,who was instrumental in getting $4 million in state funding for road improvements for the project. Jeff Miller,chairman of the economic development committee of the Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce,said I think its nice that the county and the state are really making the commitment to draw in employers.The growth of the region depends on jobs. Theyve been gathering,once a year for 25 years,to celebrate their ties to this community called Lutz. They bring their covered dishes and pay a small price of admission to join in fellowship at the annual pioneer picnic,an event which brings together people who have deep roots in Lutz and Land OLakes.The gatherings are always special because they offer a chance to relax,reminisce and recall those simpler times in a community where houses have replaced orange groves,and cars zoom down a multilane highway on what was once a dirt road where wagons rolled.This years event is slated for Oct.8 at the red brick Historic Lutz School,at the northeast corner of US 41 and Fourth Avenue.The event will be from 10 a.m.to 3 p.m.Those joining the party are asked to bring two covered dishes. Lunch tickets will be $5 each for adults and $1 for children ages 8-12.This year one of the speakers will be Susan MacManus,a political science professor at the University of South Florida.She and her mother,the late Elizabeth Riegler MacManus co-authored Citrus,Sawmills,Critters & Crackers:Life in Early Lutz and Central Pasco County.An update of the book is due out soon.Elizabeth Riegler MacManus was the original founder of the annual Pioneer Descendantsgathering.Jim Dennison,a local historian and geneologist also will be on hand and many others are expected to share stories and music at the event.The two main organizers for the potluck are Cliff Denison and Annie Carlton Fernandez. Its a get-together they both thoroughly enjoy.Like many Lutz residents, Denison has a deep connection with the community and its people.It really is a beautiful place,he said.The old-timers are just tremendous people.There is a great camaraderie,and love,I would say. Fernandez,who was born at her grandmothers house in Lutz,said the older generations are trying to encourage greater participation by younger family members.Were trying to keep the tradition alive,she said. For more information,call Fernandez at (813) 784-4471.County offers millions to Raymond James Lutz pioneer descendants to gather,reminisce CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com It was humiliating,Diane said.What did I do wrong? Chris added,We werent in denial in that he dabbled in drugs or tried alcohol,but to find out that he was addicted to drugs that was devastating.When he said he had an addiction,I think that kind of blew us away. The addiction drove off Ryans childhood friends. It hurt,and I slowly started moving on to a new crowd of friends,Ryan said.These were the friends that you could pass out with your mouth open drooling out with your eyes closed scratching yourself,because thats what you did because you have real bad itches.Those were the friends you wanted to be around,because they had no problem with you being high. His abuse also cost him his girlfriend. She was the best,Ryan said.I could look her in the eyes every day,and she would look me in the eyes and say You are high.I can tell you are high.Id lie and say No Im not,but she knew how I was.Wed been together for five years.She tried so hard to get me off of these pills. I couldnt go through the withdrawals, Ryan continued.I did one week with her without taking a pill,and I seriously almost died.Then I got back on it,because I couldnt take it anymore.Sooner or later she caught back on and it came down to either the addiction or her.I wasnt physically strong enough to say I want to be with you. Im going to get off of this.I ended up throwing away the best thing that I had for an addiction.A PRICE TO PAYRyan was always looking for ways to pay for his drug problem. Constantly trying to find somebody to steal from;to con out of money to get some way to get your high,Ryan said.He then added,Going in your moms purse taking $20-$30;going in your dads wallet taking $20-$30 and then going in your girlfriends purse, just anyones purse or wallet thats just laying around and taking when no one is around. He even stole from drug dealers. If you rip off the right drug dealer you can get away with it,but if you rip off the wrong drug dealer you make sure you hide,Ryan said.You make sure youre not in contact with anyone that knows that person because those people are serious about $800,$1,000 that they made off these pills.If you go and take it away like that,they have no problem telling someone they will give them 50 pills to go knock this kid off. Diane said dealers would come to her door looking for Ryan.Despite the risk of overdosing and from drug dealers looking for him,Ryan said there was little fear of dying. When youre doing it,it doesnt really scare you because youre high at the time, Ryan said.AN AWAKENINGSix deaths finally woke up Ryan. He had two friends who overdosed and died two days apart from each other, and another friend and his son also died a few months later. Another of his friends and his older brother died a few months apart,and it was at the second funeral where Ryan saw how the abuse can devastate a family. I saw one of my friends mother and father crying at his funeral,Ryan said.They couldnt stop crying,and I knew the people pretty well. Just to see how bad his mother was hurt.Those were her only two kids,and they both ODed within three months of each other. I just wanted to find some way to get away from that,Ryan continued.If I didnt cut this (stuff) out,my parents were going to walk into the bathroom and find me ice cold and not breathing with a spoon,a lighter and a needle hanging out of my arm. Ryan told his parents on Christmas 2010 he was addicted to prescription drugs and wanted to quit.The Wegeners decided to make a documentary,called Obsessed,to assist other families struggling with prescription abuse and also to help Ryan get well. The film helped Ryan for a short time, but he suffered a relapse three weeks after its filming.He has relapsed three times since. It was the last thing that I really wanted to do,Ryan said.It definitely wasnt the best option.To be honest with you,I dont know why I returned to it.It was really something stupid that happened,but I just thought to myself if no one is going to believe that Im sober then I might as well not be sober. Thats what is so scary about this,is there are a thousand different triggers that can make you to the point where this is why I choose to go get high again,Ryan said.Thats exactly what a relapse is.Mine was just not having trust.SOBER AGAINRyan,now 22,has been sober for six Ryan & Fluffy Ryan, age 22Ryan, age 10months.He spent three months in a court-ordered rehab program,and has spent the last three pulling his life together. Its a long-term disease, and Im definitely not out of the woods yet with this,Ryan said.Im grateful to be as far as I am,but I would definitely say that this is a lifelong disease that I have got caught up in.A lifelong addiction I got caught up in,because I couldnt go around my old friends right now.If I saw them partying and doing some pills I could not tell you definitely I would not do them. A relapse could happen any day. Obsessedincludes interviews with Jose and Carolyn Aviles,who lost their son to a prescription drug overdose,as well as Ryans struggles with his addition.It also offers advice for those looking for help. The Wegenersgoal is to have the documentary shown in local high and middle schools to help steer students clear of prescription drugs. If I can save one life,thats what its all about,Diane said.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com Whats HappeningWhat s Happening Christian Social Services annual golf outing will be at the Groves Country Club,7924 Melogold Circle in Land OLakes on Saturday,Oct.1.It will be a scramble with a shotgun start at 8 a.m.Anyone interested or needing more information should contact Dave Conn at dcconn@tamapbay.rr.com.The cost is $300 for a foursome and lunch will be served.There will be prizes for first place and runner-up,as well as door prizes and awards for longest drive and closest to the pin.If anyone or any business would like to sponsor a hole,its $100,which includes a sign on the hole and the name in the program.The Shops at Wiregrass will host a Wine Walk every Thursday evening in October from 68:30 p.m.during its Fall Concert Series. Guests are invited to an evening of wine tasting and hors doeuvre samplings amidst the collection of fine stories and restaurants located in The Shops at Wiregrass at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel.It will be an environment for shoppers to leisurely stroll the entire center and visit various wine pouring stations located along Paseo Drive and Piazza Avenue.Participants will receive a wine glass and punch card to allow them a wine tasting at each of the wine-pouring stations.The evenings will include up to five wine stations,hors doeuvres,free live music on four stages and shopping.The Shops at Wiregrass have partnered with the Jason Ackerman Foundation,which provides college assistance to children that have suffered a hardship.For just $10,each person will receive a souvenir glass for wine sampling.All proceeds from the Wiregrass Wine Walk will benefit the Jason Ackerman Foundation.All participants must also be 21 or older and show a valid form of ID.For more information,visit www.theshopsatwiregrass.com or call Guest Services at (813) 994-2242.Plans for Zephyrhills Highs homecoming activities are under way.The annual Homecoming parade kicks off on Friday, Oct.21.The parade starts at 1 p.m.and will travel through downtown Zephyrhills.Any organizations of the community are invited to participate in the parade.The entry fee is $10 per organization.Please call Zephyrhills High School if you have any questions at 794-6100.For entry fees and forms,please send email to sdavey@pasco.k12.fl.us.The 10th Annual Pasco Master Gardeners Plant Sale is Saturday,Oct.1.There will be hundreds of plants to choose from at cheap prices.The sale will take place at the Pasco County Fairgrounds at 36722 SR 52 in Dade City from 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.in the Greenhouse.There will be a huge variety of annuals,perennials,vegetable plants,herbs, citrus and fruit trees,berry bushes,native plants,water garden plants,butterfly attractors,ornaments,daffodil bulbs and much more.Plants are tagged with growing guides and plant information.With the cultural information available,patrons are more readily prepared to place the plant in its correct environment.Right plantright placeis the first principle of a Floridafriendly landscape.Master gardeners will be on site to assist buyers and to answer gardening questions.There will also be a childrens activity area,free parking and lemonade.The public is welcome to tour the Demonstration Gardens in front of the fairgrounds during the plant sale.There will be a rain barrel workshop at 10 a.m.,but preregistration is required.Registration forms can be found under the Events Calendar on the website www.pasco.ifas.ufl.edu.The sale is open to the public.For more information, call the Pasco County Extension Office at (352) 518-0156.Medical Center of Trinity will host two informative events for the community to meet with hospital leadership,clinical staff and learn more about the 236-bed,all-private room hospital facility scheduled to open this winter.The next meeting is Tuesday,Oct.4 from 4-6 p.m.at the Seven Springs Golf and Country Club at 3535 Trophy Blvd.in New Port Richey.It will be an informal gathering planned by hospital staff and leadership to meet with members of the community, reveal floor plans,interior photos and answer questions on the highly anticipated opening of Medical Center of Trinity.Guests can stop by anytime between the event hours.Light refreshments will be served.To RSVP or for more information,please call (727) 834-5630.The red smear campaign used to defeat Claude Pepper in the 1950 U.S.Senate seat takes the stage in the world premiere of Red Pepper.The show debuts Friday,Oct.7 and runs through Saturday,Oct.22.Show times are at 8 p.m.at the Venue Ensemble Theatre at 9125 US 19 N.in Pinellas Park.Get tickets at http://www.eventbrite.com/myevents.GFWC New Tampa Junior Womans Club (NTJWC) and Juniorettes will be collecting paperback books to support a new project called Books for Troops.Juniors and Juniorettes will be collecting paperback books starting Saturday,Oct.1 7:30-11:30 a.m.at the Trash to Treasure yard sale in the Hunters Green community.If you would like to volunteer or make a donation for postage, please contact Patricia Murphy for more information at Murphy.Patricia@verizon.net or Juniorettes@gfwcnewtampajuniors.org.Jim Browne Patriot Chevrolet of Dade City is hosting the Country Mile Cook-Off on Saturday,Oct.1 from 4-7 p.m.Located at 10741 US 301 in Dade City,the event is catered to the whole family.There will be classic,vintage Chevrolets,a DJ,free samples, and other family activities.There will be $2 little plates.Proceeds benefit the Zephyrhills High booster club and Pasco high football/cheerleader booster club.Testdriving a Chevrolet enters you in a drawing for a local dining gift certificate. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Michael Ethyn from J.Joseph Salon & Spa in Land OLakes sharpened his professional skills at the award-winning Redken Exchange in New York City. Ethyn attended Redken Exchange during New York Fashion Week,giving him an opportunity to take advantage of the hair industrys leading resource for higher learning,while also witnessing and participating in the citys annual showcase of the latest in fashion trends.Those wanting to know about the innovative style or color trends can call Ethyn at (813) 235-6848 to schedule an appointment or visit www.JJosephSalon.com. William Herscher,owner of The Canadian Drugstore,recently received the Emerging Leader Award at the Florida Association of Health Underwriters2011 Symposium Awards Dinner in Orlando. The award goes to the association member who has contributed to a local or state association significantly beyond expectations and has been a member of the association for less than five years.The Florida Association of Heath Underwriters is a nonprofit organization of insurance professionals devoted to serving the public by strengthening the insurance marketplace through advocacy and education. For more information,call (813) 7882007 or visit www.drugstoreunlimited.com.PCland LLC has relocated to 5132 Land OLakes Blvd.from its previous location down the road. The computer services companys new shop is next to J.Joseph Salon,near the U.S. Post Office on Land OLakes Boulevard. The shop specializes in technical support service,which includes on-site service for home and smalland medium-sized companies.For hours and additional information,call (813) 996-0352 or email pcland@pclandllc.com The Shops at Wiregrass is hosting a job fair from 4-7 p.m.on Sept.28 in Space No. 150,across from Dillards next to Soma Intimates.The Shops at Wiregrass is at 28211 Paseo Drive in Wesley Chapel. Beazer Homes recently opened a new phase of 76 lots at Bassett Creek at K-Bar Ranch in New Tampa,off Bruce B.Downs and Cross Creek boulevards. The homes will be three-,four-,fiveand six-bedroom homes,ranging in size from 1,600-3,200 square feet.They will be priced from the $180s. All of the homes will be built with Beazers eSMART features that include elements to increase energy and water efficiency and indoor air-quality. Tony Bouid and Joseph Nahas,owner/operators of TJ's Liquor Store locations at 4710 Land OLakes Blvd.in Land OLakes and 14851 SR 52 in Hudson were recently honored for their excellence in community service regarding a fundraiser for the Baldermero-Lopez Veterans Home.The two men are members of the Knights of Columbus Council No.8104 in Land OLakes.In 2011,they are supporting a Knights of Columbus Council fundraiser for the Pasco County Special Olympics. Cindy Caron,the former owner of Dani & Company Hair Salon,has moved to Unique Techniques,23908 SR 54 in Lutz. The shop is next to the Big Apple Bagels in Canoe Commons.For more information,call (813) 948-0450. International Hair Co.,at 5329 Market Village in Wesley Chapel will be having a grand opening celebration from 12:30-4 p.m.on Saturday,Oct.8. Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco County will join a worldwide celebration of 500,000th and 500,001st milestone houses as part of World Habitat Day events on Oct.3. Habitat for Humanity of East & Central Pasco is among more than 2,300 Habitat affiliates worldwide that have made this milestone possible,having built 91 houses since its founding in 1994. The local organization will be celebrating at the Habitat ReStore locations in Zephyrhills and Dade City.The Habitat ReStore sells new and used home improvement items to the public at discounted prices.Both ReStore stores will be celebrating World Habitat Day as well as their ReStore anniversaries.In October,the Zephryhills ReStore will commemorate its first year anniversary and the Dade City ReStore will celebrate its sixth year of operation.They will begin their celebrations on Oct.3 and will offer special sales all week. On Saturday,Oct.8 they will be giving out cupcakes and refreshments while supplies last. Fitness instructor IronMomVal,a USA triathalon coach has begun offering a complete body-strengthening workout.To learn more about The Groves Fitness Programs and Val Thompsons Friday workout class call (813) 996-1016. Nancy Clark of Cruise Planners/American Express,in Lutz,has graduated from Norwegian Cruise Lines online travel agent university,NCL University. The online school is geared to deliver an enhanced level of knowledge and insight into Norwegian Cruise Lines unique Freestyle Cruising philosophy,its cruising destinations,ship programs and operations, and many other behind-the-sceneselements not available anywhere else.Each graduate is required,within one year,to earn a minimum number of credits through a choice of accredited courses and electives. The rigorous curriculum includes testing at every level in order to move forward. 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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com HEALTH & WELLNESS Pasco outsources absentee ballotsPasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian Corley has cut 28 percent from his budget during the last four years,but his department is still looking for ways to save money. Corley recently announced the elections office will outsource the job of creating and tallying absentee ballots starting in 2012,a year that includes a presidential vote.He said the move will save about $50,000 from his current $2.6 million budget. Absentee Ballot Solutions takes over the job within the county.Corley said past presidential elections have led to 15,000-25,000 absentee ballots being cast. Corley said Absentee Ballot has a great reputation,which made him comfortable with the move.He also said The voters will see no difference.That was another reason why we went with them. In previous years,Corleys department had printed and processed the absentee ballots in house.However, as Pascos population increased and more people mailed their votes,Corley was forced to hire temporary workers to accomplish the job.He added that the cost of both paper and ink have also become more expensive while revenue has fallen. We felt like that was the best way to control costs,but now weve found Absentee Ballot can do if for cheaper,Corley said.If we can have the same process while saving money,thats a big deal. It is tough giving up the reins though. Corley said all the ballots will be automatically counted by computers,assuring fast results.He added that no staff memebers will lose their jobs because of the move. The automation will assist with quality control of outgoing ballots,Corley said.Ita win-win. For more information on upcoming elections in Pasco or to learn how to request an absentee ballot,visit pascovotes.com. The Land OLakes Rowing Club and Bay Area Watersports will present the second annual Row for Hospice on Saturday,Oct. 22.The event is at Lake Padgett Park on Lake Padgett Drive in Land OLakes,with registration starting at 8 a.m.The day will help raise money for HPH Hospices childrens assistance program. There will be rowing races throughout the morning.Those interested must be at least 15 years old.Anyone who has their own rowing shell,kayak,canoe or paddle boat are encouraged to bring them to the event,but there will also be extra available. People should also bring their own lawn chairs. The cost is $15 to participate on Oct.22, or $10 for those who sign up by Saturday, Oct.15.There will also be chair massages and food/drinks available for an additional fee.To register,call (813) 996-4718 or email lolrowing@gmail.com. Pasco Regional Medical Center was recently named one of the nations top performers on key quality measures by The Joint Commission. The Dade City hospital was recognized by the commission based on data reported about evidence-based clinical procedures shown to improve care for certain conditions,including heart attack,heart failure, pneumonia,surgical care and childrens asthma. Pasco Regional is one of 405 U.S.hospitals to earn the honor.The Dade City facility was recognized for achieving thresholds for congestive heart failure and pneumonia. We understand that what matters most to our patients at Pasco Regional is safe,effective care,said Pasco Regional CEO Philip Minden in a release.Thats why our hospital has made a commitment to accreditation and to positive patient outcomes through evidence-based care processes. For more information on Pasco Regional,visit www.pascoregionalmc.com.HPH Hospice and the Alzheimers Association Florida Gulf Coast chapter will host a four-week series for individuals caring for someone with Alzheimers disease or those who anticipate being in the position in the future.The program is from 1:30-3 p.m.each Tuesday starting on Oct.11 at the HPHs east Pasco team office,37445 Clinton Ave.in Dade City. Topics include an overview of Alzheimers,how the disease changes communication,dealing with difficult behaviors,caregiver stress and community resources.There will also be information on research and treatment.Each week will include discussion time.The seminars are free,but space is limited and advanced registration is required.To sign up or for information,call Jan Double at (727) 7050107.--Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first come,first served basis.Please send all information at least two weeks before an event to news@cnewspubs.com. Alex Romanchik has been named chief financial officer at Community Hospital,the future Medical Center of Trinity. Romanchik comes to Community Hospital from Charleston,S.C.,where he served as division controller of Hospital Corporation of Americas (HCA) South Atlantic Division,a position he had since December 2008.HCA is the parent company of Community Hospital. Prior to working with the South Atlantic Division,Romanchik served as the Jacksonville market controller,overseeing three HCA hospital facilities and then assuming the role of controller of the corporations Memorial Hospital. Alex brings expert knowledge of HCA systems and data sources,tremendous analytical skills and an intimate knowledge of Division level analysis of facility operations,said Leigh Massengill,CEO of Community Hospital,in a release.He will be a strong partner during our strategic planning and as we shape a new facility from the ground up. 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Community SportsCommunity SportsThe Steinbrenner football team scored on a kick return and an interception to defeat Class 7A-District 7 rival Freedom 13-6 on Sept.23. Im happy about the way we won because I emphasize special teams and defense,said Warriors coach Floyd Graham. We work special teams 30 minutes a day, and we put the best 11 athletes on D. Steinbrenner (3-1) trailed 6-0 early in the second quarter after Freedoms DAndre Washington blocked a punt deep in Warriorsterritory.Patriots quarterback Jon Economou ran up the middle for a 2-yard touchdown three plays later. Steinbrenner snatched momentum right back when Zack Jones took the ensuing kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown to put the Warriors up 7-6. It changed the momentum of the game, and I knew if I got one block I was gone, Jones said.Lanes opened up,and Jake Carroll threw a huge block to spring me. Then I saw daylight and just ran as fast as I could. The Warriors stretched their lead to 13-6 when defensive back Danny Fernandez intercepted Taylor King,who replaced Economou after halftime,and returned it 32 yards for a touchdown. I just saw it in the air and knew it was mine,Fernandez said.Once I had it there was no doubt in my mind I was going to score.I saw blockers in front of me and I was going to score no matter what. Freedom (0-4) did threaten the Warriors end zone on its final drive.The Patriots got the ball with 6:09 left on their own 40 and put together a 17-play drive that included converting three fourth downs.However, three incomplete passes and two penalties forced a fourth and 20 with 17 seconds remaining from Steinbrenners 27-yard line. King lobbed a pass into the end zone,but defensive back Andrew Feldhaus deflected the prayer to the turf,sealing the victory. I was just thinking knock it down,Feldhaus said.We practice that all the time and coaches always say just knock it down.I knew there were some people behind me,so I timed my jump and knocked it down as hard as I could. Neither squad was able to move the ball effectively on a field that resembled a swamp because of heavy rains all week and newly laid sod.Freedom had 246 yards of total offense,while Steinbrenner amassed 75 and did not complete a pass. Weve been getting killed defensively all season,so I challenged them to step up and they stepped up tonight,said Freedom coach Tchecoy Blount.We didnt give up a touchdown and allowed only a couple big plays,but we were able to rally and stop those drives.I was very proud of our defense. Steinbrenners defense turned the Patriots over on downs three times while recording six sacks,one fumble recovery and Fernandezs interception. Freedoms punt team was one of the squads highlights on the evening,averaging more than 10 yards per return while allowing 0 yards. Our punt team was very good tonight,Blount said.We get a big block from DAndre that set up our touchdown,Deven Turner had some big punt returns for us and we covered their punt return team well.Unfortunately our kick return wasnt as disciplined and we got out of our lanes a couple times and thats what let up that touchdown. The victory is the Warriorsthird straight and puts them on top of the district tied with Gaither and Tampa Bay Tech. This game was huge for us,and Im just glad that we have a bye week,Graham said. We have a couple of kids injured,so we need to heal up. Freedom travels to Alonso on Friday, Sept.30.Steinbrenner next plays at Gaither on Thursday,Oct.6.Both games are at 7:30 p.m. 2011 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGSClass 7A-District 7 Steinbrenner 3-1 (1-0) Gaither 2-2 (1-0) Tampa Bay Tech 2-2 (1-0) Chamberlain 0-3 (0-1) Freedom 0-4 (0-1) Wiregrass Ranch 0-4 (0-1) Class 6A-District 6 River Ridge 3-0 (1-0) Sunlake 3-0 (1-0) Hernando 2-2 (1-0) Nature Coast 2-2 (1-0) Mitchell 3-1 (0-1) Land O Lakes 1-2 (0-1) Springstead 1-2 (0-1) Central 0-4 (0-1) Class 5A-District 6 Pasco 4-0 (1-0) Fivay 2-1 (1-0) Zephyrhills 1-2 (1-0) Ridgewood 1-3 (1-0) Wesley Chapel 2-1 (0-1) Hudson 0-3 (0-1) Anclote 0-3 (0-1) Gulf 0-3 (0-1) Academy at the Lakes running back Jarrett Harvey didnt actually break the score board against Washburn,but it almost appeared that way in the Wildcats67-57 victory. Harvey put up eight touchdowns when the six-man football teams started play on Sept.16 at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex,but the field lights went out with 2:41 remaining and the Wildcats leading 6157. The squads had to finish the high-scoring affair on Sept.20.Washburn (2-2) attempted an onside kick when play resumed,but it did not go the 10 yards needed to let the Clearwater school recover the ball. The academy took over on the Washburn 39-yard line and put together a five-play, 2:20-drive capped by a 5-yard scoring run for Harvey,his ninth touchdown of the contest. I wasnt expecting this,Harvey said.To score nine touchdowns is out of the question as far as I was thinking. In his 40 years of coaching high school football,Wildcats coach John Castelamare had never experienced anything like those two nights in September. We had games moved because of a hurricane or lightning,but not with 2:41 left over two days,Castelamare said.It drove us nuts.You think of all the things that could have happened. I told my daughter 2:41; your dad is going nuts because of this 2:41. That 2:41 will also stick with academy quarterback A.J.Carlson. We knew we had to come out and play as hard as we possibly could for 2:41, Carlson said.Im probably not going to ever forget 2:41. Castelamare came up with a game plan for the final 2:41. I had a playbook just for today;just for 2:41,Castelamare said as he pulled from his pocket an index card with a few plays and 2:41 scribbled on it.I called it that,2:41.It was exactly what we wanted to do. Castelamare did not let the odd conclusion interfere with the Wildcats normal routine.The academy had practice on Sept. 20 at 3 p.m. With only 2:41 we thought wed only be out here 15-20 minutes,Castelamare said.So we made it part of the practice,just more important than most practices. The academy got on the board first on a 45-yard touchdown run by Harvey to start a 27-point first quarter,but the Spartans inched back into the game. Harvey finished with 345 yards on 33 carries and eight rushing scores,along with two catches for 50 yards and another touchdown. I think he played his hardest and I expect youll see a lot more of that from him the rest of this year,Carlson said of Harvey. Carlson went 4-for-5 passing for 98 yards and one touchdown. Ahkil McGill had 114 rushing yards and a touchdown while adding another 48 yards on two catches.He also had five tackles and an interception. The academy won its second game of the week 58-12 at Hernando Christian on Sept.23,moving the Wildcats to 4-0 on the season. The academy hosts Oasis Christian on Friday,Sept.30 at 7:30 p.m.Wildcats take wild two-day contest CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Defense,special teams lead Steinbrenner to victory

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com SPORTS High school swim and dive teams may not fill the stands like their football counterparts,but at Sunlake the sport is respected. And now,its more appreciated than ever. The Seahawks (3-1) have started out strong despite losing 13 seniors combined from the boys and girls teams,exactly what coach Glenna Chamberlain was hoping for. We have a lot of freshmen coming in showing a lot of promise,Chamberlain said. The experience is going to take us a while to rebuild. Chamberlain is counting on the upper classmen to teach and work with the younger swimmers on techniques and strokes.She has credited this years seniors with setting the example,and said they worked their tails off in the summer this offseason,so I was pleasantly surprised. Among those seniors are team captains D.J.Sarrett,Austin Van Vliet and Savannah Mattox.They all participated in club teams during the summer.In fact,club teams are a main source of improvement for the Seahawks. You have to be lucky with who comes to your school,Mattox said.Its definitely about luck of kids that swim for clubs,that end up at your school.You get most of your work done at club teams,I think. And those that arent in club teams learn quickly its the best place to improve. The kids who end up coming back,season after season,have started joining club teams because of our high school teams, Mattox said. Van Vliet,who last year placed eighth at states in the 200-yard freestyle and 16th in the 400-yard freestyle,said swimming on a club team paid immediate dividends. I started high school, and I wasnt very good, Van Vliet said.But then I started a club team,and then the next year I came back and I made states. The emphasis on club teams is made even more apparent when the Seahawks swim against Land OLakes,their crosstown rival. Sunlakes lone loss on the season was to Land O Lakes on Sept.21.The Seahawks have never beaten the Gators in a meet,and the swimmers attribute that to the Gatorsdepth. Last year,the Seahawks claimed more first-place finishes in their meet against Land OLakes,but the Gators tallied more total points to earn the victory.Chamberlain and her team are thankful just to have the chance to keep the rivalry going, something that was recently jeopardized.Earlier this year,the Land OLakes Recreation Complex,home pool for both Sunlake and Land OLakes,was almost shut down. The Land OLakes Lightning club team is taking over management,Chamberlain said.If they didnt do that,we wouldnt be able to stay. If the complex had shut down,coaches arent sure if the team would have been able to stay afloat. There arent enough community pools in Florida.Its very sad,said diving coach Vicki Anderson.The only other alternative was to go to other facilities,such as the YMCA in Northdale or Trinity,and rent pool time,but that would have been too expensive.In addition to paying to rent pool time,transportation would have been costly as well.Sunlake travels to Wesley Chapel on Wednesday,Sept.28 at 6 p.m.Sunlake embraces swimming tradition

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com SPORTS The Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams have experienced a strangely similar last 12 months. Both won conference, district and regional championships and entered the Class 3A state meet with high expectations of finishing better than any other Bulls team in the schools history.Both teams had,by their standards,disappointing finishes in the final race of year,with the boys taking 10th and the girls finishing 13th,giving both motivation to improve in 2011.In addition,both programs lost four of their top-seven runners to graduation,creating a need for new leaders to step up.That similar road toward the 2011 season has created a common motto for the Bulls squads. Both of our teamsshirts say Prove It because on both sides,the boys and the girls,we lost some of our top runners,said girls coach Don Howard.My girls say theyre going to continue the tradition. Chrisboys say the same thing.Theyre out to prove it to themselves and everyone else. We use that target as our motivation to continue to do well.I tell the girls there are people training to beat you specifically,so you need to always work to improve. The girls lost Ariel Grey,Marissa Tomei, Kelsey Sturman and Taylor Hixson to graduation.The squad does return Nikita Shah, Chelse Davis and Elise Cedre,and Howard plans on using their experience to help get the team back to a championship level. Those three girls are going to be our leaders this year,but the key for us is are those other kids going to step up,Howard said.All three of those girls have it upon them to help pull the next bunch up.To run with them and practice and show them the things to do to get girls who have never run under 22 minutes to get their times down. Howard said Shah,a senior,is their No.1 runner,but the junior never looks at it as if she is separate from her teammates. Cross country is a team effort and its fun to be on a team,said Shah,whose personal record (PR) in a 5-kilometer race is 18:59.Im excited about this season.I think myself and a lot of the girls are ready to stay at the top.We lost some good runners,but I know our returning runners have been working very hard and have already improved their times.I think we can regain our titles we got last year. The boys lost Josh Reilly,Ryan Pulsifer, Ian Cassette and Logan Selzer to graduation, but coach Chris Loth said he has the right kids to help fill those holes. We have a good group of kids step up as leaders,Loth said.As far as talent,we have 38 kids on the team to choose from. There are available slots and everyone is motivated to fill them.They want to live upBulls poised to lead cross country pack BRING YOUR GAMEThrough our gateway lies your golfing adventure! 813-996-712223253 Plantation Palms Blvd. Land O Lakeswww.plantationpalms.net Oasis GrillChef Ben's Sunday Breakfast Buffet 8am 11amTaco Tuesday 5pm-8pm Includes Indian Tacos Friday Night Happy Hour THE 2011 FOOTBALL SEASON IS COMING TO THE HD JUMBO SCREEN IN THE OASIS GRILLFootball/Golf events on Saturdays,Sundays and Mondays.Call for details. HAIRSTUDIO KARRISHELTON4032 LANDO LAKESBLVDNew Fall Color Specials!ALWAYS ORGANIC. ALWAYS ORIGINAL.Mens Haircuts & ColorsLadies Haircuts with STYLEHi & Lo Lites, ColorsBlow Dry Flat Iron Styling Facial WaxingSpecial Occasion Updo & Makeup Expert813-817-3451 Holloway s Farm SupplyOPEN 7 DAYS AWEEK813-949-68093036 Land OLakes Blvd.(US 41,just south of Hungry Harrys BBQ)Chicken Starter Kit $200.00Raise Chickens In Your Backyardstarting at EAT HEALTHY AND SAVE MONEY FALL FAVORITES Arriving Soon Straw Pumpkins Corn Stalks cameo c a m e o hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin1817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.comthe absolute salon8139487411 free cut & style*with any color, highlight, lowlight, perm or keratin service $35 value*through Sept. 30 with stylists Ashlee, Mike or Andrea new guests onlyvacations are over; kids are back in school...finally time to focus on YOU!Its time for mom 813.920.2073 16553 Pointe Village Dr. Lutz S.R. 54Suncoast Pkwy. U.S. 41 Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm Fri & Sat 11am-11pm Sun 11:30am-10pmBUFFET DINE IN TAKE OUT BEST HAPPY HOUR IN TOWN2-4-1 ALL DAY EVERY DAY!BEER WINE COCKTAILSMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. $1.00 OFFAdult Lunch BuffetMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. 1 per adult (up to 4). Expires 10/5/11 $2.00 OFFAdult Dinner BuffetMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers. 1 per adult (up to 4). Expires 10/5/11 LUNCH BUFFET& MONGOLIAN GRILLAll YouCan Eat CHICKEN CLAMS SUSHI SHRIMP MUSSELS CRAWFISH BEEF & MUCH MORE MONDAY-SATURDAY$699ONLY DINNER BUFFET& MONGOLIAN GRILLAll YouCan Eat OYSTERS BLUE CRAB SUSHI SHRIMP MUSSELS CLAMS FROG LEGS CRAWFISH$999 ROAST DUCK & MUCH MOREMON-THURS$1099FRI-SAT$999ALL DAY SUNDAY

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 how do you get up from that what do you do? What do you learn from that failure? What do you learn about yourself? That it wasnt the end of the world.Most people who do anything in life have failed,she said. Jordan also promotes the notion that creativity and innovation can be much more important than being at the top of the class. For instance,a student who comes up with a big idea can hire someone to do the math if thats not one of his strong suits,she said. Jordan didnt set out to become a teacher,but she believes that teaching is part of her DNA. I heard somebody describe it as becoming part of the priesthood,she said. I loved researching and I loved writing, but what I really enjoyed was teaching.All through my Ph.D.,I supervised undergraduate research projects.I went and worked at a local school. That was when she discovered she could help students who want to pursue Ph.D.s. Its very difficult to start at the low level where students come in.Of course,theyre at the low level because they havent been educated yet.But people at the really high level have a really hard time bridging that gap,because you forget what its like to know nothing. Jordan won the Derek Bok Certificate for Distinguished Teaching Award at Harvard for her efforts. It was based on undergraduates ranking her teaching.I was ranked in the top 5 percent of teachers at Harvard.It was a surprise to me. Student Alex Stark,who has taken Biology 1 and AP Biology,currently serves as Jordans assistant for AP Chemistry. Stark praises Jordans ability to adapt her teaching style to suit different students. She is aware of what they do or do not know,how much work they are willing to do,what methods of teaching relate to them Get all your favorite local news stories onlinewww.cnewspubs.comTheLaker / LutzNews best,and what their motives are in being her students. She is honest and likes to explain her thought processes thoroughly,Stark noted in an email response to a series of questions.I have learned almost as much about teaching from her as I have about biology. Jordan credits her background for contributing to her teaching abilities. I like that Ive had a lot of experiences, Jordan said.Shes been a competitive fighter in the martial arts,has written test questions for the Educational Testing Service,has been an observer on accreditation teams,is a writer,has a family and has a pet. Its good to have a teacher in the classroom thats done a lot of things because they (students) can sort of see themselves in some of those roles,Jordan said. They first need to be able to relate to you on some level. Jordan said she teaches students how to approach a professor if a problem arises. Being intellectual and sitting at a table and answering questions is not going to cut it. She also gears her tests to prepare students for what they might face in college. I make sure my testing is consistent with what they might see in college.In the sciences,testing can be brutal. Jordan believes students need to develop logical skills and have a basic knowledge of science,whether or not they plan to pursue a career in science. The world is becoming so much more technical,she said. One of her classes,Advanced Scientific Research,allows students to select an area of interest and delve deeply into it.Normally,they have their last two periods in that class and they go to USF and do research.They take notes on everything that is said,because again,its very hard for someone who is in the field to put themselves back in the shoes of the students,Jordan said.Thats what I do for them.I translate what it means. Jordan recently was honored by the Pasco County School Board for promoting high-level science experiences for high school students. Her students have worked with the Southwest Florida Water Management District on aquifer recharge and with USF professors on a variety of projects including making nanofilms,relating nutrition to diet through isotope analysis,and plotting biochemical pathways related to hearing loss. Her students have earned grants to support their research,given poster talks at professional meetings,and won numerous science fair awards. Last year,one of her students Sophia Sokolowski won two awards at the 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles.Sokolowskis project, Audio Perception:Plotting the Pathway of the BK Channelcompeted against the top 1,500 projects from around the world this year. After winning her international honors, Sokolowski,who is now a senior,said much of her success was due to Jordans willingness to translate complicated scientific concepts and terms into language that the high schooler could understand. Jordan,who has been at Academy at the Lakes since 2006,said she enjoys teaching at the independent private school because she is given a great deal of freedom.There are no artificial boundaries,she said. At first,I would have to make a proposal and justify it,she said.Now,when she makes a proposal,the main question is whether she thinks she can do it,Jordan said. If she says that she can,they just let me do it,Jordan said. On one hand,she can appeal to student interest,she said.On the other,she must double-check herself to be sure shes on the right path. Jordan said the United States must improve in preparing its future scientists. Weve got to produce somehow.You cant be the most expensive country in the world and be a service economy.Those two things dont add up. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 to the expectations that theyve created. Thats the goal.Whether or not it happens well have to see. One of the kids Loth will lean on for his times is senior Sam Hippely,whose PR in a 5K is 16:21. Losing four seniors from last year is going to be tough for us,but I think our Nos.4-9 spots are really good and competitive,Hippely said.Theyre all trying very hard and it pushes all of us to do better.Itll be interesting to see where those spots go. The boys will also be led by junior Ermias Bireda,whose PR is 16:26.Bireda said he has been working to get his core stronger during the summer,along with regular running with the squad. Ill do whatever I can to get better at running,Bireda said.I know that if you have a strong core you can go further at top speed. Loth has also changed his training regime based on what he learned in 2010. We had a disappointing day at states last year and Ive adjusted a couple things because of that,Loth said.We started a little bit later in hopes that we wont peak too early,which I think we did last year.Keep them fresh.Im going to adjust things later in the year too. Both Bulls programs have become constants at the top of conference,district and regional meet leader boards during the last few years,making them a target for other programs to shoot for.Were glad that other teams respect our program,Loth said.After realignment were in a more competitive district and region than weve ever been in teams like Land OLakes,Steinbrenner,Chamberlain and a couple other squads so were going to have to push ourselves just to get to a state meet.If we have a bad day it could be over.All stats as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association.SPORTS The Wiregrass Ranch boys and girls cross country teams are out to prove they are still the teams to beat in the area,and neither disappointed at the Mitchell Invitational on Sept.17. The Bulls took home the team titles at the 3-mile race,one week after both squads won the Lecanto Invitational.The boys finished with 76 points,just besting Steinbrenners 84.The Bullsaverage time of 16:23.67 was actually slower than the Warriors16:21.19. This was our biggest regular season win in program history,said Wiregrass Ranch Bulls coach Chris Loth.Steinbrenner is one of the best teams weve competed against outside of the state series in a long time. Thanks to Thor Alastre and David Hill we were able to nip them by a few points.We are sure each time we race (Steinbrenner) it will be even tougher. Steinbrenner was the Class 2A state runner-up last year and returns the majority of its top runners this year as the program moved up to 3A with Wiregrass Ranch and Land OLakes.The Gators took third in the event with an average time of 16:49.02, while 14th place Sunlakes was 18:19.36. The Bulls were led by Ermia Bireda,who finished eighth overall in 16:00.94. Teammates Sam Hippely and David Hill placed 10th and 16th respectively.It was Wiregrass Ranchs overall depth that helped it win the Mitchell Invitational. Warriors runners Matt Magee and Tyler Lima finished fifth and sixth respectively, while Land OLakesTravis Nichols took seventh.The win is made even bigger for the Bulls boys,as they are working to replace four of their top-seven runners from the 2010 squad that won conference,district and regional championships before finishing 10th at the 3A state meet. The Wiregrass Ranch girls also lost four of its top-seven runners from 2010,a year that also included conference,district and regional crowns and a 13th-place finish at states. The Bulls had 79 points in the race and an average finish of 20:06.42,almost 8 seconds faster than second place Osceola.The Steinbrenner girls placed fourth,while Land OLakes and Sunlake took 16th and 21st respectively. I was very pleased with the girlsperformance this week,as there were four ranked teams in the meet,Osceola, Northside Christian,Gulf and us,said Wiregrass Ranch girls coach Don Howard.I know some teams were missing a girl from their top five,and we were at full strength, but it still is a testament to the girlshard work that they were able to run as well as they did Saturday.The girls are running great right now. The girls were led by Nikita Shah,who took fourth in 18:21.06.The only other area runner to finish in the top 10 was Steinbrenners Lauren Garris,whose 19:07.65 was good enough for seventh. Fellow Bulls Elise Cedre and Chelsea Davis came in 11th and 14th respectively. Bulls run away with Mitchell Invitational 33RD RATTLESNAKE RUN5-MILE AND 1-MILE RACES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2011 TheLAKER / LutzNewsThe Rattlesnake Festival is located in the San Antonio City Park, 32810 Pennsylvania Avenue, San Antonio, Florida 33576. 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Saint Leo baseball recruitsSaint Leo University baseball coach Russ McNickle unveiled his 2012 recruiting class, which includes two freshmen and six transfers. Looking at our needs and trying to address some of our deficiencies from last season,and then you look at this group of young men and see their positions and their experience level;we feel confident that we accomplished our goal, McNickle said of his roster improvements.We are excited about the quality of these student-athletes that have joined the Saint Leo University baseball family. Among those who are joining the Lions ranks is 2011 Wesley Chapel High graduate Brandon Mumaw.The 5-foot-10,165-pound lefty went 10-1 with a 1.33 ERA and 72 strikeouts as a senior.He had an 18-game winning streak that stretched from his sophomore to senior campaigns. Mumaw was named the All-Laker/All-Lutz News Baseball Player of the Year in 2011,and also was the first player in Wildcats history to be selected for the Florida Athletic Coaches Associations state all-star game. Other additions include: Tampa Bay Tech graduate Tyrone Miller, RHP,Fr.,5-10,175 pounds Saint Louis University transfer Zach Miller,UTL,Sr.,6-0,195 pounds Florida State University transfer Taed Moses,UTL,Jr.,6-1,175 pounds College of Central Florida transfer Charles Neely,RHP,Jr.,6-0,175 pounds Broward College transfer Ryan Sadler, RHP,So.,6-6,230 pounds Chipola College transfer Michael Revell, OF/3B,Jr.,6-3,210 pounds Chipola College transfer Dillon Vitale, UTL/RHP,Jr.,6-1,205 poundsSports editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTS SPORTSCHECK THIS OUTGators student-athlete winnersLand O Lakes High has released its September student-athletes of the months. Winners include: Travis Nichols,boys cross country Samantha Sodetz,girls cross country Wesley Moore,football Ricky Valdez,boys golf Jaycee Welker,girls golf Alex Long,boys swimming Lexie Haqq,girls swimming Daniella Smith,volleyballLions upset No.1 Florida TechThe Saint Leo University womens soccer team opened up Sunshine State Conference (SSC) play by defeating No.1 ranked Florida Tech 1-0 at home on Sept.21. The No.20 Lions got the lone goal of the contest in the 56th minute when Dari Alcantara scored her eighth goal of the season by heading in a corner kick from Cassie Barbaresi.It was the only shot on goal for the Green and Gold in the game. Lions goalkeeper Laura Carstens made five saves to preserve the shutout,the squads second of the season. The Lions followed up the Florida Tech (51,0-1) win by defeating Alabama-Huntsville on Sept.25 to move their record to 8-0.Saint Leo next travels to SSC rival Eckerd on Thursday,Sept.29 at 7 p.m. Pasco County thanks our haulers, sponsors and volunteers for a successful COASTAL CLEANUPTHE FOLLOWING HAULERS DONATED DUMPSTERS: Choice Environmental Peterson Hauling Seaside Sanitation Waste Management of Pasco Waste Services of Florida THANK YOU TO OUR CASH SPONSORS: Bright House Networks, LLC Camp, Dresser and McKee CH2MHILL Coastal Landfill Disposal of Florida, LLC Covanta Energy, Inc. Keep Pasco Beautiful, Inc. Kessler Consulting, Inc. Parker & Sons Sanitation Pasco Iron & Metal Pasco Lakes Landfill / Advanced Disposal Sea Pines Dive Club Tetra Tech, Inc. Trademark Metals Recycling LLC Waste Aid Systems, Inc. 1283 Volunteers collected 11.92 tons of trash from our coastline, waterways and roadsides. Thank You! 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 Pasco Countys march of progress has created a big stink in Dade City. The county is building a new wastewater, or sewage, treatment plant on the southeast corner of Christian and Powerline roads to replace a small and outdated facility in Lacoochee. The Northeast Subregional Wastewater Treatment Plant will provide additional water capacity for northeastern Pasco, according to assistant county administrator for utilities Bruce Kennedy. Its going to bring jobs to the area along US 301, Kennedy said. Right now there isnt capacity to support any large businesses that might want to move into the area. Many residents in the area are not convinced the plant will be an asset. About 200 people voiced their objection at a public meeting on Sept. 13 meant to answer questions about the future facility. One protestor interrupted Kennedy a few minutes into his opening statements, shouting out that the county staffer was brainwashed by his boss. Kennedy admitted he did not expect the kind of negative sentiment that was present at the meeting but is firm in his stance that the plant will help the community. The idea is to stimulate growth, Kennedy said. We need this robust system and infrastructure to show future employers and light industrial developers our potential for growth. The majority of the outrage revolved around two main points: most residents say they were never told about the plant before the site was selected, and a fear the untreated wastewater will find its way into the ground water. Not even a word to us, said Max Sherman, who lives minutes from the plants future site. Plus most of us are on well water around here. If the sewage gets into the ground, then were all in a lot of trouble. The future facility will take wastewater and turn it into a source useable for industrial and other commercial purposes. It will not go into the drinking supply for the area, according to Kennedy. The plant will be on 10 acres, which is surrounded by 260 acres of Pasco-owned land to create a buffer preventing any waste from seeping into the group, according to Kennedy. He add that the location is the best for the facility because the densely forested environment will prevent residents from looking at it, keeping the rural feel of the area. The people wont be able to see the plant, Kennedy said. If no one ever told them it was there, they wont have any idea it even exists. Once completed, the plant will produce about 300,000 gallons of water each day, but could increase capacity to 600,000 if needed. Kennedy said most facilities put out 2-3 million gallons daily, making it relatively small. The location of the plant has a long history of opposition. In 2006, residents opposed a plan to develop 342 acres of the property to build 85 high-priced houses. That neighborhood would have been called Trilby Estates, but the developer decided not to build it because of the locals outrage about it upsetting the rural atmosphere of the area. The county bought the land after the Trilby Estates developer backed out of the project. Pasco can therefore use the land for whatever use it wants, such as building a park, community center or a sewage plant. The Pasco Commission will eventually give final approval for the plant project later this year. Commissioner Ted Schrader, whose District 1 covers most of east Pasco including Dade City, was not at the public meeting, but said he has been receiving spirited emails from residents. We expected the meeting would answer everyones questions about the plant and let them know it will help us all by bringing in business, Schrader said. It obviously didnt go as planned. Schrader said he plans to have another public meeting, which he will attend. 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