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Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA APRIL 25,2012 Call AttorneyJIM HOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured People HOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at Law "I Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights"18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Check It!SUMMER CAMPS. SUMMER FUN. OH YEAH!Page 10 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comThe owners of The Gathering Place are hoping the new restaurant in Lutz will live up to its name. "We want it to be the local gathering place,whether you want to eat,whether you want to have a couple of drinks,a dessert,or just come see who is here hanging out,"said Chris Fuller,who owns the restaurant with his mom,Sandy. With its sunflower yellow walls and its fun,funky signs,the restaurant at 16319 N. Florida Ave.,has a warm,welcoming feel. The Fullers have put together a menu they're confident will appeal to all kinds of people.Pizzas are baked in a wood-fired oven with an array of toppings that goes well beyond traditional choices. There's a Hang Ten,featuring marinara,house-smoked bacon,pineapple and mozzarella.The Aphrodite has marinara,kalamata olives,local feta cheese,mozzarella,red onion,green pepper and rosemary.The Lutz Boy is topped with house-smoked chicken, barbecue sauce,drunken caramelized onions and mozzarella.And there's the Pizza Verde,topped with fresh pesto,spinach,fresh local feta, pine nuts and scallions. You can also build your own pizza,choosing from numerous ingredients. The restaurant opened March 22 and already has fans. "It has good food,a good beer selection, fair pricing,a good atmosphere and a friendly staff,"said Mike Blackshaw,of Lutz,who was there for dinner recently,with his wife, Claire,and their friends,Iain and Bea Rowell,also of Lutz. The couples are repeat customers because they like the fresh food and the friendly service.They said the Lutz area has lacked this type of restaurant. Fuller said the offerings go well beyond pizza. "We have a selection of sandwiches and salads,as well,"he said. By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comA room brightens with the sound of music mixed with beaming smiles of several children as they try various instruments set to the tune played by their instructor. For the participants the hour flies by like it is only a minute as they learn about the art form.Suddenly one of the students,Alex Lynch,turns to a classmate and says hi.' That one word seems insignificant,but to his mother,Jennifer,those small responses show her how remarkable the VSA Florida class is for her autistic son. Alex is mostly nonverbal,but he speaks simple words regularly while at the program put on each Tuesday at the psychiatry building at the University of South Florida (USF). "He loves music,"Jennifer said."Because he's nonverbal it gives him another avenue for expression. He looks so forward to it. He loves it and responds so well to music.I think the arts have had a big impact on his ability to verbalize." The two make the 30-minute drive from their home in Land O'Lakes to reap the benefits.Jennifer has seen improved focus in her 13-year-old son thanks to the class.He also has taken more interest in music and even joined the band at his school, Weightman Middle in Wesley Chapel,as a drummer. The story is similar with Arwa Alamoudi and her 13-year-old brother Anas,who has autism and ADHD. "He really likes the movement and the sounds of the music,"said Arwa,who is attending USF to become a teacher for special needs kids."It helps him relieve his stress." Arwa said Anas,who attends Liberty Middle in New Tampa,has also been more verbal since attending the class the last two months. Jennifer and Arwa are just some of the caregivers who have benefited from the VSA since its founding in Florida in 1985.The program also offers courses in dance,playwriting,creative storytelling,painting, pottery and almost every other art form.It focuses on teaching people with disabilities, but no one is turned away. "All we really want is for people to sit at the same table with everyone else and to be treated the same,"said Marian Winters,VSA of Florida executive director."People with disabilities don't have those same opportunities.We need to level the playing field and let them learn about art.If they're good at it they are and if they aren't they aren't,like anyone else,but they need to be able to sit at the same table and have that experience. VSA welcomes all to artNew place to eat, mingle in Lutz See PLACE,page12 VSAstudent Alex Lynch picks out an instrument with Linda Rodriguez during a recent class. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)See VSA,page12 The Coffins, left to right, Margie, Kylie, Kimberly and Rick, get ready to try the food at The Gathering Place. They wanted to sample the fare at a new place in Lutz. They hadn't eaten yet, but were pleased by the dŽcor and menu. (Photos by B.C. Manion) Sandy Fuller and her son, Chris, are coowners of The Gathering Place, a restaurant that wants to bring people together with local food and drink. The Gathering Place offers pizza baked in a wood-fired oven, with an array of toppings. This one, called Pizza Verde, has fresh pesto, spinach, fresh local feta, pine nuts and scallions. The decorations around the restaurant help create a pleasant atmosphere.

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DISPLAY AD DEADLINE: Thursday, 5 p.m.EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS: Suggestions for news content and coverage are welcome and e-mails are invited. Publisher reserves the right to edit and/or reject any editorial and advertising content.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: We welcome community topics in the 250-word range. Please include daytime phone number.Opinions expressed by the writers are their own and do not reflect the opinion of the publisher.ADVERTISING ERRORS: Publisher is not responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of space for the first insertion, or for the validity of claims made by advertisers.MEMBER: Central Pasco Chamber, Wesley ChapelChamber, Zephyrhills Chamber, Dade City Chamber, Florida Press Association, Free Community Newspapers of Florida, Southeast Advertising Publishers Association, Association of Free Community Papers.Contents copyright 2012 Community News Publications. Reproduction in whole or in part is forbidden without prior written perm ission from the publisher. LOCATION3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd. Suite 102 / Land O' Lakes,FL 34639MAIL P O.Box 479 / Lutz,FL 33548 PHONE/FAX ph: 813.909.2800 / fax: 813.909.2802 WEBSITE www.cnewspubs.com EMAIL news@cnewspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadvertisi ngdistributor s.com EDITORIAL CINDY SPENCE,Editor cspence@cne wspubs.com B.C. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Writer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATTHEW MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING TERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley Chapel, Land O' Lakes, West PascoSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cne wspubs.comZephyrhills, Land O' LakesCASSIE R OBERTS,croberts@cne wspubs.comLand O' Lakes, Trinity, LutzACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com CUSTOMER SERVICE/ CLASSIFIEDS CAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cnewspubs.com RACHEL THOMPSON, rthompson@cnewspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLUTZ,LAND O'LAKES,WESLEY CHAPEL,ZEPHYRHILLS,DADE CITYServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 William Trabulsi, D.P.M.Podiatric Medicine & SurgeryWhere we keep you a step ahead.Located at the Greystone Professional Park19013 Dale Mabry Hwy N. 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Parents should bring the child's original birth certificate,Social Security card,immunization records,a physical examination form dated within one year of starting school and proof of residency,such as utility bill or contract of sale.A child must be 5 on or before Sept.1 to be eligible to register.For additional information,call (813) 346-0500.WESLEY CHAPEL HIGH NEEDS HELPERSWesley Chapel High needs volunteers to evaluate Senior Project Presentations at the school on May 3. Volunteers watch graduating seniors give presentations on topics they have worked on through the year,and then offer the volunteers their reactions written on a form.The presentations take about 10 minutes each. The evaluations are similar to filling out a comment card after a dining experience,according to Mathew Kirouac,the senior project coordinator at the school.The presentations are 7:30 a.m.until 7 p.m.Volunteers are especially needed from 7:30 a.m.until 2:30 p.m.If you would like to volunteer or would like more information,you can contact Kirouac at mkirouac@pasco.k12.fl.us.The high school is at 30651 Wells Road in Wesley Chapel.TAKE A SPIN FOR WHARTONIn conjunction with Wharton High's golf tournament,Parks Ford will be contributing $20 to the school for every person who test drives a car,up to a maximum of $6,000.The event is at The Heritage Isles Golf and Country Club,10630 Plantation Bay Drive in Tampa,from 11 a.m.to 5 p.m.on April 27. Those test-driving a Ford must be 18 years old and have a valid driver's license.Each person who takes a test drive also will be entered for a chance to win a 2013 Ford Escape. The money raised from the test drives will be used toward resurfacing the school's track.ELEMENTARY CARNIVALConnerton Elementary is having its Champion Day Carnival on April 27,from 5 p.m.to 8:30 p.m. The event,which includes food,games, facepainting and other activities,will be under the covered physical education area. Tickets can be purchased in advance or at the door.The school is at 9300 Flourish Drive in Land O'Lakes.SCHOLARSHIP WINNERSThe National Merit Scholarship Corp.has released winners of corporate-sponsored National Merit Scholarship awards financed by about 200 corporations,company foundations and other business organizations. Most of the awards are renewable for up to four years of college undergraduate study and provide annual stipends that range from $500 to $10,000 per year.Some provide a single payment between $2,500 and $5,000. Recipients can use their awards at any regionally accredited U.S.college or university. Natalie A.Meusling,of Lutz,who attends Land O'Lakes High,was the only student in Pasco County among the recipients.She received a National Merit Alfred A.Davis/ASC Partners,LLC Scholarship.She lists her probable career choice as atmospheric science. The two recipients from Hillsborough County high schools were Zachary Scott Dawson,of Hillsborough High,who received a National Merit BP Foundation Inc. Scholarship and Kyle A.Kizirian,of H.B.Plant High,who received a National Merit General Dynamics Scholarship.STUDENT ACHIEVES DEAN'S LISTCeciley "CC"Hooker,of Lutz,has achieved the dean's list at Southeastern University in Lakeland.The dean's list is reserved for those students who maintain at least a 3.6 GPA.CC is the daughter of Roy and Jeanne Hooker of Lutz.She is a homeschool graduate. Schools are newsy places. Chalk Talk wants to help you share the news when students win awards, teachers do neat projects, someone gets promoted or retires, or you are planning a play, festival or other fun event.Send school news to bcmanion@cnewspubs.com HONORING MILITARY CHILDRENStudents and staff throughout Carrollwood Day School wore purple on April 13 in a show of support for children with parents in the military. The school was taking part in a special event organized by the 4-H Youth Development program,which invited members of Operation:Military Kids across the country to take part in "Purple Up." The school became familiar with Operation:Military Kids and "Purple Up" because the students in Barbara Monty's fifth-grade class are studying the impact of having parents in the military as part of an inquiry program they are doing.The inquiry program serves as a foundation to prepare students for Carrollwood Day School's middle years program. Carrollwood Day is a private school offering an International Baccalaureate curriculum for children in preschool through high school.The school has two campuses in northern Hillsborough County. Barbara Monty's fifth-grade class led an initiative at Carrollwood Day School for students and staff to wear purple to show support for children with parents in the military. (Photo courtesy of Carrollwood Day School).

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At SR 54 loc a tion only. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS Apr i l 25, 2012 4 8534 N. Nebraska Ave.933-2334 9 9 9 9 9 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 Mon-Fri 8:30am-6pm € Sat 8am-5pmCarpet your entire houseup to 630 sq. ft. or 70 sq. yards $799.00 $6.99 per sq. yardCOMMERCIAL LOOP CARPET78¢ONLY sq.ft.$6.99 per sq. yardBERBER CARPET77¢ONLY sq.ft. Free In-Home Estimates Yo u ll Adore Yo u ll Adore O u r O u r FLOORS FLOORS Representatives to speakThe Republican Club of Central Pasco will host state Rep. Will Weatherford and state Rep. Richard Corcoran April 25. New redistricting maps have both men representing Central Pasco and both are currently running unopposed. Weatherford is slated to be speaker of the house for 2013-2014 and Corcoran was elected speaker for the 2017-2018 session. The representatives will discuss the upcoming legislative agenda and their vision as future speakers. A short meet and greet will follow. Refreshments are at 6 p.m. and the meeting is at 7 p.m. at Copperstone Executive Suites, 3632 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. The public is welcome. For more information, call Connie Queller, (813) 326-8802.Delegates electedPasco County has elected delegates to the Republican National Convention, to be held in Tampa Aug. 27 to 30. Bill Bunting, Republican state committeeman, was elected to represent Congressional District 9. Randy Maggard and Alan Escher were elected to represent Congressional District 5. Maggard is the chairman of the Republican Party of Pasco County and a businessman. Escher is a member of the Pasco County Republican Executive Committee and an anesthesiologist. ELECTION CORNER PRMC joins cancer study Laker/Lutz News Staff Report Residents of Dade City and surrounding communities have an opportunity to participate in a historic study that has the potential to change the face of cancer for future generations. Men and women between the ages of 30 and 65 who have never been diagnosed with cancer are needed to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Prevention Study-3 (CPS-3). CPS-3 will enroll a diverse population of up to half a million people across the United States and Puerto Rico.The opportunity for local residents to enroll in CPS-3 is being made possible in partnership with Pasco Regional Medical Center in Dade City, on June 22 and 23. To enroll in the study, participants must schedule an appointment at www.seeuthere.com/cps3enroll/pascomedical.CPS-3 will help researchers better understand the lifestyle, environmental, and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer. To participate, individuals will go to a local enrollment location and will be asked to read and sign an informed consent form, complete a brief survey, have their waist circumference measured, and give a small blood sample. The in-person enrollment process takes approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. At home, individuals will complete a comprehensive survey packet that asks for information on lifestyle, behavioral, and other factors related to their health. Upon completion of this process, the society will continue to send periodic follow-up surveys to update participant information and annual newsletters with study updates and results. The initial and follow-up surveys completed at home will take an hour or less of time to complete and are expected to be sent every few years. “Many individuals diagnosed with cancer struggle to answer the question, ‘What caused my cancer?’ In many cases, we don’t know the answer,” said Alpa V. Patel, Ph.D., principal investigator of CPS-3. “CPS-3 will help us better understand what factors cause cancer, and once we know that, we can be better equipped to prevent cancer. “Our previous cancer prevention studies have been instrumental in helping us identify some of the major factors that can affect cancer risk. CPS-3 holds the best hope of identifying new and emerging cancer risks, and we can only do this if members of the community are willing to become involved.” Researchers will use the data from CPS-3 to build on evidence from a series of American Cancer Society studies that began in the 1950s that collectively have involved millions of volunteer participants. The Hammond-Horn Study and previous Cancer Prevention Studies (CPS-I, and CPS-II) have played a major role in understanding cancer prevention and risk and have contributed significantly to the scientific basis and development of public health guidelines and recommendations. Those studies confirmed the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer, demonstrated the link between larger waist size and increased death rates from cancer and other causes, and showed the considerable impact of air pollution on heart and lung conditions. The current study, CPS-II, began in 1982 and is still ongoing. But changes in lifestyle and in the understanding of cancer in the more than two decades since its launch make it important to begin a new study. The voluntary, long-term commitment by participants is what will produce benefits for decades to come. For more information or to learn how to become involved with CPS-3, visit cancer.org/cps3, email cps3@cancer org, or call toll-free 1-888-604-5888.

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Chamber Ribbon Cutting Sip & Shop: RSVP Carla Collier 813-928-3622 Photo Shoot $20.00 with DVD Wine Tasting & Wine Gifts CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 5 HEALTH & WELLNESS Prepared childbirth classSt.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,will host a class to educate expectant parents about childbirth May 15 from 6 to 9 p.m.A hospital tour is included.The cost is $70.Call (813) 4433078 to register.Infant and child CPR courseSt.Joseph's Hospital-North,4211 Van Dyke Road in Lutz,hosts a class about how to perform CPR and choking rescue techniques on infants and children.Participants must be at least9years old.Cost:$30 per person,$55 per couple.The class is on May 12 and 22 from 2 to 5 p.m.To register,call (813) 443-3078.Breastfeeding 101St.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,has one-on-one classes about breastfeeding and its natural benefits to mom and baby. Find out how the body produces milk,as well as proper positioning for mother and baby.The cost is $35.Upcoming dates are May 1 from 6 to 9 p.m.and May 3 from 1 to 4 p.m.To register,call (813) 443-3078.Prostate cancer support groupThe American Cancer Society hosts a support group for prostate cancer survivors and/or their significant others at its Hope Lodge,12810 USF Magnolia Drive in Tampa,the fourth Thursday each month. For more information or to sign up,call (800) 227-9954.Cesarean birth classFor those who know they are having a C-section and do not want an entire childbirth class,St.Joseph's Women's Hospital, 3030 W.Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,offers a course specially designed for cesarean birth.The length of the class depends on the number of participants and their learning needs.A hospital tour is included.The cost is $30.To register or to find out upcoming dates,call (813) 4433078.Childbirth refresher classSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa, hosts a class for those who have already experienced childbirth or a Lamaze class to review labor and delivery,relaxation and breathing techniques and pain management options.A hospital tour is included. The cost is $30.Those interested should bring two pillows and a blanket.To sign up or to find out about upcoming dates,call (813) 443-3078.Chronically ill support groupA support group to help people deal with chronic illnesses meets at 11 a.m.the second Wednesday monthly at Victorious Life Church,6224 Old Pasco Road in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 783-3186.Weight Watchers weekly groupA Weight Watchers group meets at 12:45 p.m.each Sunday at Sports + Field, 2029 Arrowgrass Drive in Wesley Chapel. Registration is free.For more information, call (813) 500-4528.Pasco's quit smoking classPasco Health Department offers classes to help people quit smoking at various locations throughout the county.For more information,call (727) 861-5250 ext.279.Newborn child care classSt.Joseph's Women's Hospital,3030 W. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.Blvd.in Tampa,offers a class designed for first-time parents, but is open to anyone.Topics include normal growth and development,soothing a fretful baby,safe and healthy sleep practices,infant nutrition,infant sleep patterns and infant massage.Other topics may arise based on the interests of the group.The next date is on May 31 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. To register,call (813) 443-3078.Conquerors in recovery groupGroups for people with codependency and drug,alcohol and sexual addictions meet at 7 p.m.each Monday at 1854 Oak Grove Blvd.in Lutz.Mental illness support groupRegional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson,hosts a weekly support group for those with mental illness each Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. For more information,call (727) 992-9653.Weekly Taoist Tai Chi classes Tai Chi classes are offered each Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m.at Trinity Church of Wesley Chapel,33425 SR 54 in Wesley Chapel.For more information,call (813) 788-2898.Free exercise classes in OdessaKeystone Presbyterian Church,7509 Van Dyke Road in Odessa,offers free exercise classes each Tuesday at 3 p.m.and each Saturday at 10 a.m.Those in a wheelchair are welcome to attend.For more information,call (813) 920-8552.Free exercise group in LutzHeritage Church,1854 Oak Grove Blvd. in Lutz,features a muscle toning and core strengthening group for those ages 16 and older each Saturday from 8:30-9:30 a.m. Those interested need to bring their own exercise mat and ball.For more information,call (813) 909-4080.Wanderers identification programThe Alzheimer's Family Organization offers the Wanderers Identification Program to help caregivers of dementia and Alzheimer's patients.The patient receives a bracelet or pendant with a code and telephone number to participating sheriff's offices.The person can be identified through a shared database of patient information and caregiver contacts.For more information,call (727) 848-8888.Volunteer for Gulfside RegionalGulfside Regional Hospice needs volunteers to help care for patients,with phone calls and to do office work.For more information,call (727) 845-5707.Good Samaritan Health ClinicVolunteers are needed to help answer phones,do filing,make photocopies, schedule appointments and count pills at the Good Samaritan Health Clinic.For more information,call (727) 848-7789.Drivers needed for the blindDrivers are needed to take clients to and from rehabilitation classes in a Lighthouse van.The position requires three hours a week.For more information,call (727) 815-0303.Help needed for cancer patientsThe American Cancer Society is seeking people with cars who want to volunteer a few hours each month between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.weekdays to take patients to treatment facilities as part of its road to recovery program.For more information, call (813) 949-0291 ext.114.--Health 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.

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win a for mom!MAKEOVERjust tell us what makes her so special. Six local businesses have come together to give one very special mom a fabulous Mother's Day. Tell us why your nominee is deserving of this special makeover in a short essay (no more than 500 words). If you have a photo of Mom, please send that too. Return your essay, photo and entry form by May 1 and we'll select a winner in time for Mother's Day. Enclose your essay on why your nominee deserves a makeover on a separate piece of paper.Please limit to 500 words.Your Name _____________________________________ Your Address (city/state/zip) _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Your Telephone _____________________________________ Your Email _____________________________________ Nominee's Name _____________________________________ Nominee's city/town where they live _____________________________________ Drop off your essay, photo and entry form at any of the contest sponsors, or mail to: Community News Publications Mother's Day Contest PO Box 479 Lutz,FL 33548 You may also submit via email to dkortus@cnewspubs.com Please put Mother's Day Contest in subject line. Photos can be sent electronically to the same email address. Be sure to include your name and nominee's name on all correspondence.DEADLINE IS MAY 1,2012 Classy ConsignmentWillow Bend Plaza 23020 SR 54, Lutz 813-949-4076 $100 IN MERCHANDISE: CLOTHING, SHOES, HANDBAGS, ACCESSORIESHairstyle SalonWillow Bend Plaza 23014 SR 54, Lutz 813-948-1270 FULL HAIRSTYLE, CUT AND COLOR FROM SHANNA YOUNG ($150 VALUE)Mary Kay Cosmetics813-695-2391 COSMETIC MAKEOVER FROM ANNETTE ANTINORI HALLTropic TanWillow Bend Plaza 23030 SR 54, Lutz 813-948-9484 AIRBRUSH TAN ($35 VALUE)Benedettos Ristorante Italiano21529 Village Lakes Shopping Center Land O Lakes 813-909-9694 DINNER FOR TWO ($60 VALUE)The Laker/Lutz News3632 Land O' Lakes Blvd Land O Lakes 813-909-2800 FOUR MOVIE PASSES TO COBB THEATER/ WESLEY CHAPEL ($40 VALUE) The LAKER / Lutz NEWS HairStyleSalon813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 6 cameo cameo hair nails massage facials full body waxing spa packages hair extensions keratin Jane Iredale make-up and Der malogica Skin Care1817 collier parkway,lutzcameosalonspa.comsalon and spa813 948 7411 Chromatics Hair ColorBreakthroughCameo women are going wild over Redken's revolutionary breakthrough in color technology.25% off any new service*not available on discounted rates or with any other offers Sgt. Josh Cope as he approached Beef O'Brady's. (Photos courtesy of Danielle Witte)A ride forHEROESA100-mile fundraising ride turned into 113 miles when the cyclists took a wrong turn, but eventually Sgt. Josh Cope and his companions cycled into the Beef O'Brady's in Wesley Chapel on April 14, raising $2,500 for Homes for Heroes. The Freedom High JROTC helped with the event and DJ Kevin Kramer and face painter Linette Gonzalez-Fuentes donated time. Firefighters escorted Cope on his hand cycle and other cyclists for the final 10 miles, with lights and sirens flashing. Left to right, Sgt. William Castillo, Sgt. Joel Tavera of North Tampa, Danielle Witte, Beef O'Brady's general manager Luke Witte, and front, Sgt. Josh Cope.

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www.gentlecarepethospital.comFacebook.com/Gentlecare Pet Hospital SPAY & NEUTER CLINIC:Call for appointment:Subject to $3 medical,infectious & records fee.(Includes pre-anesthetic exam,anesthesia,pain & antibiotic pre-medication)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$105VACCINE CLINICS: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(next to Beef O’ Brady’s in old Wal-Mart Plaza) 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 MONDAY-FRIDAY 8 AM 6 PM SATURDAY 8 AM 2 PMCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 7 Saturday, April 28 2012  11:30am to 1:30pmAT THE REGENCY PARK LIBRARY 9701 LITTLE ROAD, NEW PORT RICHEY COMPOST HAPPENS! WORKSHOP Call 352-518-0474for info and registrationDISCOVER HOW TO TURN YOUR YARD AND KITCHEN WASTE INTO GARDEN GOLD $20 REGISTRATION INCLUDES ALL MATERIALS AND COMPOST BIN Pre-registration required Pasco County Recycling Invites You To DR. JODY PIANIN 27634 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel 813.973.8400 DR. ALYSON HOFFMAN 38103 Market Square Zephyrhills 813.788.8959 May is Better Hearing Month!CALL TORESERVE AN APPOINTMENT FOR: € Free hearing screening € Free personal inof“ce demonstration of the latest devices € Free Dry & Store Zephyr for all new hearing device purchases during this event € Special discounts up to $400/pair for orders placed during this event Join us for our Open House Tuesday May 8th & Wednesday May 9th. Dogs play & socialize four times a day! FENCED 3 ACRES WITH DOGGIE LAGOON & REAL ROCK WATERFALL10014 Ehren Cutoff Land O' Lakes www.HappyTailsPetLodge.net YOUR PETS VACATION PLACE 813.995.2212MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISES day care boarding grooming Vaccinations, Heartworm Testing, Flea and Heartworm Products Spay & Neuter by Appointment Walk In Shot Clinics on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 12 -2 www.plannedpethoodpasco.org5053 Gall Blvd. Zephyrhills 813 779 7000 Non-Profit Spay, Neuter and Vaccination Clinic Waggin Tails Pet CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin!Ž you need to be travelin!Ž 813-786-1476licensed/bonded/insured licensed/bonded/insured www.waggin-tails-pet-care.com 10% of ALL Profitsgo to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay Maryanne YoungOwner More NeighborhoodsMore CustomersPet Station61,200 READERS IN LUTZ, LAND O' LAKES & WESLEY CHAPELADS BEGIN AT JUST $40/WKThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS(813) 909-2800CALL TODAY TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS $ Veterinarians Grooming Breeding Training Supplies Pet Sitters Pets 4 Sale PET STATION Send us a picture and information on your favorite pet!Write a story about why your pet is special and include a photo with names on the back and mail to:Pet of the W eek P.O. Box 479, Lutz, FL 33548 E-mail: kwelton@cnewspubs.com ATTN: Pet of the Week PETof theWEEK GROUP BASIC OBEDIENCE CLASS$125 for 5 weeks (Vaccine Record Required)Starts Sat 4/21  9:30am ; Tues 5/8  6:30pm Pet City, 2119 Collier Pkwy, Land O' LakesFREE Dog Socialization Class FREE In-Home Evaluations  Board & Train WE CAN TRAIN ANY DOG! 813-951-4480  www.FL-K9.com No Hidden Fees One Price Does It All!MENTION THIS AD!FOR A SPECIAL DISCOUNT(813) 995-9896"PAWS DOWN THE BEST LOVE AROUND!"

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Asset Protection/Preservation Estate Planning Powers of Attorney Wills and Trusts Insurance Claims/DisputesOakstead Professional Center SR 54 and Oakstead Blvd, Land O Lakes, Florida 34638813-597-8348ferrari.attorney@gmail.comBy Appointment Only PATRICIA L. FERRARIAttorney At LawSolving Problems Over 25 years of experience Over 25 years of experience ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN. WILLYOU BE PREPARED?A CLIENT HAD AN ACCIDENT SNOWBOARDING IN COLORADO.HE HAD FINANCIAL MATTERS THAT NEEDED TO BE HANDLED.FORTUNATELY,HE HAD A DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY AND THINGS RAN SMOOTHLY UNTIL HE COULD RETURN. ADURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEYIS ALEGALDOCUMENT IN WHICH YOU APPOINTSOMEONE THATYOU TRUSTTO MANAGE YOUR FINANCIALMATTERS, WHEN YOU ARE NOT AVAILABLE OR ARE INCAPACITATED. A CLIENT,WITHOUT HEALTHCARE COVERAGE,WAS IN A BOATING ACCIDENT.FORTUNATELY,SHE HAD DESIGNATED HER BROTHER AS HER HEALTH CARE SURROGATE AND HE WAS ABLE TO OBTAIN THE BEST CARE POSSIBLE BY BEING HER HEALTH CARE ADVOCATE. ADESIGNATION OF HEALTH CARE SURROGATE IS ALEGAL DOCUMENTIN WHICH YOU APPOINTSOMEONE THATCAN MAKE HEALTHCARE DECISIONS AND DISCUSS MEDICAL CONDITIONS ON YOUR BEHALF WHEN YOU ARE NOTABLE TO ADVOCATE FOR YOURSELF. A COUPLE WAS IN A FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT AND LEFT TWO MINOR CHILDREN BEHIND.FORTUNATELY,THEY HAD A WILL AND THE PERSON NAMED AS THE CHILDREN'S GUARDIAN WAS ABLE TO IMMEDIATELY STEP IN AND TAKE OVER PARENTING. AWILLIS ALEGALDOCUMENTIN WHICH YOU GIVE CERTAIN INSTRUCTIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT. ITALLOWS YOU TO NAME AGUARDIAN OVER THE PERSON AND PROPERTYTO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PARENTING YOUR MINOR CHILD.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 8 CHARITY WINE TASTINGA Charity Wine Tasting Event to benefit Relay for Life at Wiregrass will be April 26 from 6 p.m.to 9 p.m.at the Hampton Inn & Suites on SR 56.The event features a male celebrity footwear contest to see which local gentleman can create the most original and innovativefootwear fashion. The footwear will be judged by the audience.Other events include a fashion show,chance drawings,raffles,door prizes, appetizers and wine.The Relay for Life at Wiregrass is scheduled for May 11.For more information,call (786) 291-6966.PASCO CORN TOSSThe next Pasco Corn Toss for a Cause tournament will be April 28 in Wesley Chapel to help Big Brothers Big Sisters match children with adult mentors. Currently,550 children in Hillsborough, Polk and Pasco counties are waiting for a match.The tournament will be at Wiregrass Brass Tap--Shops at Wiregrass, from 4 p.m.to 8 p.m.Register a team of two for $40.The winner receives $100. Sponsors are Ierna's Heating and Cooling and Thurow Financial Services.For more information call Jan Roberts at (813) 7693614 or jan.roberts@bbbsfl.org.FOOD ADDICTSFood Addicts in Recovery Anonymous meets Thursdays from 7 p.m.to 8:30 p.m.at East Pasco Seventh Day Adventist Church,7329 Dairy Road,Zephyrhills.There are no dues, fees or weigh-ins.The group is designed to help those who are overweight, underweight,obsessed with weight or having trouble controlling the way they eat. The program is based on the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and includes the fellowship of individuals recovering from the disease of food addiction.For more information,visit www.foodaddicts.org or call (813) 355-4197.RELAY FOR LIFEVolunteers are gearing up for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life in Lutz and are recruiting teams and raising funds.The Lutz Relay For Life is set for May 18 at 6 p.m.at Steinbrenner High.For information on how to help,call Megan Rindone at (813) 319-5918 or visit RelayForLife.org/LutzFL.TWAIN FOR PRESIDENTEnjoy Dave Ehlert as he impersonates Mark Twain on April 24 at 7 p.m.at the New Tampa Regional Library,10001 Cross Creek Blvd.The free event for adults offers timeless humor in Ehlert's portrayal of this famous American author.For more information call (813) 273-3652 or visit www.hcplc.org.TEEN POETRY JAMCelebrate National Poetry Month at the library's annual Teen Poetry Jam April 26 at the Jimmie B.Keel Regional Library,2902 W.Bearss Ave.Teens are invited to share favorites on the open mic,or just hang out and be motivated by poetry-inspired games and crafts like Godzilla Haiku and Ransom Note Rhymes.Refreshments will be provided,and the event is free.For more information call (813) 273-3652 or visit www.hcplc.org.FLEA MARKETThe Citizens for the Old Lutz School will hold a flea market April 28 from 8 a.m.to 2 p.m.at the Old Lutz School,18819 US 41 N.Booths can be rented for $20 to sell new or used items.Proceeds from booth rentals will go toward windows and upkeep.Hot dogs, hamburgers,sausage biscuits,coffee and soft drinks can be purchased.For more information,call Annie Fernandez at (813) 787-7741 or Phyllis Hoedt at (813) 949-1937.GREYHOUND RESCUEGreyhound Rescue and Adoptions of Tampa Bay (GREAT) will hold a meet and greet with greyhounds and their adoptive or foster parents from noon to 2 p.m.April 28 at the Suncoast Crossing Petco,16248 SR 54,Odessa.For details call (813) 9714732 or visit www.great-greyhound.org.GOLF FOR OAKSTEADThe inaugural Oakstead Elementary Golf Tournament will be held April 28 at 8 a.m. at Lutz Executive Golf Center,2220 Newberger Road.The event is a nine-hole shotgun tourney,open to the first 60 registrants.For more information,visit http://oes.pasco.k12.fl.us,or call (813) 346-1500.PILL DROPThe Pasco Sheriff's Office will hold a pill drop April 28 from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m.at The Shops at Wiregrass Mall,parking garage, first level.Medication and sharps can be dropped off.SWEET HARMONYDiscover barbershop music for women. Sing along with the Suncoast Harmony Chorus,West Central Chapter of Sweet Adelines International.The group is looking for new members ages 16-80.Rehearsals are Tuesdays at 7 p.m.in the Gulf High chorus room in New Port Richey.For more information,call Patty at (727) 505-0001 or visit www.suncoast-harmony.com. MUMMIES AT MOSIThe "Mummies of the World" exhibit comes to MOSI April 27 and will be on display through Monday,Sept.3.The Florida debut presents a collection of rare mummies from across the world and with 150 specimens and objects is the largest exhibit of human and animal mummies and related artifacts ever assembled.It includes a 6,420-year-old child mummy from Peru,dating 3,000 years before King Tut.The mummies in the exhibit have been studied using cutting edge technology to provide insights into cultures long ago.Reservations are recommended and can be made online at www.mosi.org or by calling (813) 987-6000.MOSI is at 4801 E.Fowler Ave. Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening

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Introducing Our Voluntary Payment ProgramDO YOU LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR COPYOF THE LAKER / LUTZ NEWS?Dear Readers,Your copy of The Laker or Lutz News, delivered free to your home or newsstand every Wednesday, brings you interesting, well-written stories about your neighbors and community events, along with useful news that makes living here more interesting, fun and hopefully a bit easier. Providing you with a copy of your community newspaper every Wednesday is a service we are happy to offer residents of Lutz, Land O'Lakes, Wesley Chapel, Zephyrhills and Dade City a service that is very costly. We are asking loyal readers like yourself, who appreciate and look forward to your weekly copy of The Laker or Lutz News, to participate in a Voluntary Payment Program modeled after reader support programs common at community papers in the Midwest and Northeast.Avoluntary payment of $16 will help us defray some of the cost of printing and delivering your paper for six months. When you send in your payment with a completed entry form, you become eligible for our drawing of $350 in cash prizes. Entries must be received by May 25 and we'll announce the winners in the following week's papers. Your voluntary payment will help us continue to make The Laker and Lutz News your link to your community. You depend on us to keep you informed about our schools, youth and prep sports, local businesses, faith and worship, county/city government, transportation and the local economy. You learn how to become a better citizen, volunteer, worker, parent and friend when you read The Laker and Lutz News. You plan your week by turning to our "What's Happening" section and look to our "Servin'It Up" restaurant page for great coupons to area restaurants. When it's time to plan your weekly shopping, you rely on our ads from local businesses and inserts from Publix, Sweetbay, Michaels, Ulta and other national and regional retailers. Please accept my genuine appreciation for your voluntary payment. My staff and I are proud to publish a community newspaper that you welcome into your home every week. With sincere thanks, Diane Kortus PublisherThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS The LAKER/ Lutz NEWS VOLUNTARY PAY GRAND PRIZE$200 PLUS $100 FOR FIRSTPLACE AND $50 FOR SECOND PLACEWIN UPTO $200 SIMPLYBYSUPPORTING OUR VOLUNTARYPAYMENTPROGRAM. One entry per household. Must be 18 years or older to win. Winners must give permission for their name to be published. Volun tary payment is not required to be eligible for drawing. ENTRY FORM must be received by May 25,2012One entry per household. Must be 18 years or older to win. Winners must give permission for their name to be published. Volunta ry payment is not required to be eligible for drawing.Yes, I have enclosed my voluntary payment of $16. I am unable to contribute at this time, but want to be eligible for your drawing. It is OK to publish my name as a contributor to the Voluntary Payment Program. Yes No Name_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address__________________________________________________City______________________________________Zip____________________ Home phone_____________________Cell Phone______________________Email____________________________________________________ Payment Options Check Make payable to:Community News Publications. Mail to:Voluntary Payment Program,Community News Publications PO Box 479,Lutz,FL 33548Charge my VisaMaster Card American Express Credit Card Number_____________________________________________________________________________Exp. Date____________________ Signature ___________________________________________________ Total amount $_________________ You can make payment by phone with credit card or debit from your checking account. Call (813) 909-2800 between 8 and 5,Monday Friday.Forms can also be faxed to (813) 909-2802.The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSphone:813.909.2800 fax:813.909.2802 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.com 3632 Land O'Lakes Blvd. Land O'Lakes,FL 34639CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 9

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ACADEMY AT THE LAKES Summer Day Camp 2331 Collier Parkway Land OLakes, FL 34639 REGISTER TODAY 813-948-7600 ACTING ARTS & CRAFTS BAKING CAMP INVENTION CHEERLEADING DANCE FIELD TRIPS MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHY SPORTS ACADEMIC REVIEWS AND MUCH MORE! 8 One-Week Sessions: June 11 August 3 JOIN US FOR A SUMMER OF FUN! ALSummer at the Lakes Online Brochure: academyatthelakes.org/campus-life/summer-camp Full & 1/2 Day Summer Camps for Kids Age 3 Grade 9 NEW THIS YEAR! Camp Invention 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 10 Follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/thelakerlutznews 813-989-9673proskeparties.com Cost umed Charact ers  Game Coordinat ors  Clowns  Magicians  Caricat ure Artist s  Balloon Animals  T reasure H unt s  Facepainting  St oryt elling  PuppetryBirthday &Holiday Parties School &Church Events Corporate Functions Grand Openings Sporting Events Trade Shows EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION More NeighborhoodsMore KidsSummer Camp Directory61,200 READERS IN LUTZ, LAND O' LAKES & WESLEY CHAPELADS BEGIN AT JUST $40/WKThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS(813) 909-2800CALL TODAY TO GROW YOUR CAMP Check It!SUMMER CAMPS. SUMMER FUN. OH YEAH! 2201 COLLIER PKWY, LAND O' LAKES (PUBLIX PLAZA)(813) 909-0781www.knowledgepoints.com/landolakes 50% OFFReading, Math or Study Skills Tests $75.00 (reg. $149)offer expires 4-30-12 Worried About Report Cards? Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge FC TAMPA RANGERS 2012 SUMMER CAMPSBoys and Girls, ages 6-14 at the Oscar Cooler soccer complex$90.00 per sessionTIMES: 9:00am (EDO 8:30am) to 12:00pm ( LPU 12:30 pm) includes: skills training, positional training, team competitions, speed and agility, small-sided games, connell2's competition and individual challenge games. Session 1 .........June 11 15 (Open to all players) Session 2 .........June 25 29 (Open to all players) Session 3 ..........July 9 13(Open to all players) Session 4 ....July 23 27 (Competitive/Team camp) to register: www.fctamparangers.com mike@fctamparangers.com Remember making Mother's Day presents when you were a kid? Bring those feelings back when you paint a special gift, or bring Mom and make it a day! PREMIERE IN-DOOR PARTY CENTER 35938 S.R. 54 Zephyrhills, FL33541ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM WESLEY CHAPEL 813-788-3484Babies to Teens Clean, Safe, Air Conditioned 2-hour open bounce just $8 Accompanying adults are free! Specializing in private parties Birthday child is free! Ask about our affordable family memberships for unlimited bounce sessionsSUMMER SPECIAL$50 FOR 10 OPEN BOUNCES ($80 value valid Tuesday-Friday)www.jumpinfun.net SUMMER CAMPS. SUMMER FUN. oh yeah! THE GO-TO GUIDE FOR YOUR KIDS' SUMMER ACTIVITIES By Samantha Taylor Pure Health Studios One of the most common requests I get for food reviews are for the restaurants that appear to be healthy but have a lot of food items on their menu that can be more fattening than McDonald's.For this month's review,I chose Panera Bread. Panera has several bakery-cafes in our area,with locations in Highwoods Preserve,Bruce B.Downs Boulevard and North Dale Mabry in Carrollwood.Panera does offer some good options,and I was pleasantly surprised to see it lists calories on the menu board on the wall. To assist those of us who are working toward our optimum health,the restaurant also offers half sizes of salads and sandwiches,which can really help you watch those calories.I had my studio manager with me this time,so we tried two different items to help expand your options. Wanting a hot sandwich,I ordered the Smokehouse Turkey¨ Panini with bacon and cheese on whole wheat bread.I will admit this was on the greasy side and did not reek of quality.'I would have enjoyed more a sandwich full of yummy vegetables and turkey,so I did regret my choice afterwards. All in all it did taste good,just greasy, and had only a surprising 350 calories for half of it (which is all I ate).I also got Baked! Lays¨ potato chips as my side,saving them for later.I did order a portion of sliced cucumbers with some light Italian dressing on the side and dipped the cucumbers into the dressing.Now,that was a tasty,refreshing treat! My manager ordered a Fuji Apple Chicken salad,which she has had before, and it looked amazing.If you do not favor a sweet,fruity salad,you may want to choose something different. The whole salad had 590 calories (which is not bad for a meal),but it had 40 grams of fat! I do not recommend eating the whole thing,for that is quite a bit of fat for one meal,especially a salad.You could try leaving off the Gorgonzola or pecans and,as always,get the dressing on the side.Just those few changes can cut out between 10 to 20 grams of fat. For a few examples,a bagel at Panera has 370 calories while a hamburger at McDonalds has only 250 calories,Panera's Chipotle Chicken Panini has 990 calories and 56 grams of fat.Yikes! Tip:Stick to whole grain bread choices,not white,and stick to a half sandwich with a side of Baked! Lays¨ or sliced cucumbers. HEALTHY ORDERING Editor's Note: Eating out is a staple of American life, but it is also one reason why we are heavier than ever before. The challenge is to determine the calorie and fat content of menu items and make healthy choices. Samantha Taylor offers her tips on how you can make responsible choices while dining out. Samantha Taylor is a weight loss expert,personal trainer and owner of Pure Health Studios in Lutz.Cut toppings to cut calories

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By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comImagine you could engineer a circuit board that would use less electricity and be easier to build. Fifteen-year-old David Gamero,a student in the upper division at Academy at the Lakes,didn't just imagine it.He built it. And,his efforts are getting attention. The young man from Trinity received an Intel Excellence in Computer Science award,which was accompanied by a $200 cash prize,at the 57th annual State Science and Engineering Fair of Florida in early April at the Lakeland Center.That follows his first place finish at the Regional Pasco Science Fair in February.Other awards the high school freshman scooped up at the regional contest were: The Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award The Excellence in Manufacturing Engineering Principles Award The 2011 Regional Ricoh Sustainable Development Award The CH2M Hill Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Project The U.S.Army Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Science and Engineering Next,he'll compete at Intel ISEF International Science and Engineering Fair in Philadelphia in May. Gamero designed a system that runs in a grid,using no central processing unit. "All of the power goes straight to the display.All of it is done with simple,physical circuits.So,it takes up more space but uses less electricity,"he said. The simplicity of Gamero's engineering project is elegant,said Amy Jordan,who taught at Harvard before coming to Academy at the Lakes to teach science. "That's pretty sophisticated,"she said. "Often,when someone does something pretty interesting,people go,Oh,that's obvious.' "That's what makes it great.If it weren't obvious,it probably wouldn't be that great," Jordan said. It's impressive that Gamero could take his idea and actually make it work,Jordan said. "Thinking that you could do it -and doing it,is a big deal,"she said. The teenager said he has always enjoyed tinkering. "I've always loved to take apart stuff.My dad and I used to build things all of the time. "The first thing I built my dad and I put together an entertainment center,"he recalled,estimating he was about 4 years old at the time. "I probably slowed him down,"he said, because his father had to stop and explain how to perform the tasks. "I remember taking apart toys when they were broken,"Gamero said.He would cannibalize parts and use them in different ways. Gamero said he has always enjoyed seeing how things work. In thirdand fourth grade he did physicsoriented projects involving eggs.Then he shifted to a catapult trajectory problem in sixth grade.He began developing an interest in electronics during seventh and eighth grades. He's not sure where his career path will lead,but suspects it will involve mathematics or engineering. "I'll find my way,"the young man said.Academy at the Lakes student captures awards David Gamero, a freshman at Academy at the Lakes in Land O'Lakes, has garnered attention and awards for his engineering work with a circuit board. (Photo by B.C. Manion) There's also a soup of the day, a burger of the day and dinner entrŽe specials based on ingredients available that day. "I think the most important thing is providing fresh,tasty food,"Fuller said.A pleasant atmosphere,friendly staff and affordable prices are important,too,the co-owners said.The appetizers range from $6 to $10 and dinner entrees go from $11 to $16.So far,pizza is the most popular choice, but the gator bombs and Cuban nachos are big hits,too,Fuller said.The gator bombs are made from tender chipotle gator tail finely chopped,stuffed into peppadews with a cheesy mixture and beer battered.They are served with Chipotle Aioli.The Cuban nachos are crispy plantains topped with all natural pulled pork,black bean and corn salsa and a mojo sour cream sauce. Appetizers are served tapas style,to make sharing easy,Fuller said. Besides being a gathering place for patrons,the Fullers want the restaurant to be known for serving locally produced foods. "What we really wanted to do was bring a concept to the area where we would use as many fresh,wholesome ingredients as we possibly could,"Fuller said."The meat that we use here is just about as natural as you can possibly get,as close to the wild.We use free-range,organic grass-fed beef,locally farmed.Same with our pork.It's pastureraised,so it's free range.There are no cages and they're not all penned up." Some vegetables are grown locally,too, and the restaurant is expanding that supply, Fuller said. The restaurant makes its own desserts, including rum cakes,which are Sandy Fuller's specialty.It also serves ice cream from The Old Meeting House in South Tampa,she said. The restaurant has indoor and outdoorPLACE,from page 1seating,as well an intimate space known as the cave lounge which can be booked for small private parties. One advantage of being independent is the ability to respond quickly to customers, Sandy Fuller said. "We're looking for feedback,good or bad,"she said. "We want to know,"agreed Chris Fuller. During the first week,for instance,they adjusted the menu based on customer response. They've also changed the hours using a go-with-the-flow approach.The restaurant now opens at 11 a.m.on Tuesdays through Sundays,with variable closing hours,based on how business is going. "As long as there are people here,we'll be open,"Sandy Fuller said. For more information,visit www.thegatheringplacetampa.com. the creation of Lutz resident Wendy Finklea, who became the organization's education coordinator about two years ago. Finklea worked as a clinical microbiologist before coming to the VSA.She said she was surprised at how effective the methods are at helping those with disabilities learn. "When I heard about it there was something that made me say this is what I want to do,'"Finklea said."I'd done a lot of medical work and volunteering with the arts and this did both." People such as adjunct University of Tampa music instructor Linda Rodriguez teach the programs.Finklea said they also invite disabled artists whenever they can. Winters said the classes don't just benefit the students.They also give caregivers the feeling that they are not alone. "It's nice to meet other people who have a family member with autism,"Arwa said."It made me feel connected to someone." Winters said one of her main goals is getting the word out about the VSA programs so more people take advantage of them."What I would like is a huge waiting list for people who want to participate in any of our groups,"Winters said."I want to see people with disabilities at performances and on the stage giving performances.I want to see them there and the demand for the programs. I know what we do has made significant changes in people's lives."To learn more about the VSA,visit www.vsafl.org or call Finklea at (813) 9740715 or Winters at (813) 974-0721. Volunteers and participants at a recent VSAclass at the University of South Florida use various musical instruments to express themselves. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) They don't have to be the best;they just have to be included." The VSA was founded in the 1980s with the name Very Special Arts at the same time Special Olympics was created."Our philosophy is different,"Winters said."Special Olympics looks at the winning and getting that medal of accomplishment.VSA we're not as interested in winning,but of course we like it when our artists win things.We're interested in the process of making them see that the arts have value to their lives.So it's not about a battle for winning.It's about recognizing what's within."We provide arts education and cultural opportunities for and by people with disabilities,"Winters continued."It's for and by because we show the art of our students to try and get their careers started." The program directly serves 15,000 people with disabilities annually.Add in the students who are taught by teachers who attend VSA trainings and that number jumps up to 250,000;all done by a staff of seven working throughout the state. "We're able to help that many people because of our partnerships with all the school districts in the state,"said Winters, who has worked with the VSA since 1999. "We're funded by the state department of education.We also work with cultural organizations and other groups to get the education out there." Winters said teachers always see their students differently after using the methods taught by the VSA. "A lot of times students with disabilities are stereotyped as bad students,and it's amazing how wrong that is,"Winters said."It just takes a different way of reaching them because we all learn differently." The VSA is also branching out to find different ways to deliver its education,such as the community program offered at USF.The weekly class,which is $10 per session,wasVSA,from page 1 Pasco County students in eighth grade through high school created these art thread images using computers. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 12 The Gathering Place before opening time. The beer cooler, decked out with a photo of men carrying protest signs during Prohibition, offers a clue to the fun vibe the owners want to generate. The LAKER/ Lutz NEWSPh: 813.909.2800  Fax: 813.909.2802 P.O. Box 479  Lutz, FL33548Whether it's business, politics, area happenings or sports, you can count on us for all the latest local news.

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Steinbrenner girls track and field team won its second straight district championship April 19 at Gaither. The Warriors scored 201.5 points at the Class 3A-District 8 meet,besting runner-up Hillsborough by 66 and third-place Gaither by 123.5. "We have a group of hard-working kids that just get it done,"said Steinbrenner girls coach Ladd Baldwin."We've done a good job at Steinbrenner spreading kids out and finding the right places for them.If we're not winning,we're battling." Senior Alexis Wright,who attended Gaither as a freshman,set the tone for the Warriors,winning all three of her individual events.She ran the 100and 300-meter hurdles in 14.64 seconds and 47.22, respectively,and claimed the triple jump with a leap of 36 feet 6 inches. "It was a great opportunity to do what I know I'm capable of doing and run on Gaither's track for the last time,"Wright said. "I started out there,and finishing my district meet there going 3 for 3 was an amazing feeling.A lot of big things happened there.I had the opportunity to PR in the 100 hurdles." Wright added that the sizable win at the 3A level validates where the third-year program is after claiming a district title in 2A a year ago. "It's great to let people know that just because we're new doesn't mean we can't compete with the best of the best,"said Wright,who won the 100 hurdles state title last year."It was a very good defining moment not only for track and not only for our sports,but for Steinbrenner as a whole.We have the resources,we have the people and we have the determination to be a school that can do big things in the state of Florida." Wright will be joined at regionals with fellow triple jumper Jessica Brewer,who finished fourth (34-00.5),and also won the long jump with a 16-07.5.The Warriors also got a title from Sarah Eppler for clearing 806 in the pole vault. Steinbrenner also got a boost from the Garris twins Lauren and Salina,who finished second and third in the 1,600 in 5:39.61 and 5:40.3,respectively.Lauren was also runnerup in the 3,200 (12:38.54),and the sisters were half of the 4x800 relay team that placed No.2 (10:08.25). Jessica Weatherman recorded a 109-08 to finish as the discus runner-up,while Warriors teammate Melissa Stankovich was third (107-04). Gaither's lone championship came from Kiana Bryant,who won the 100 in 12.32. She also finished as the 200 runner-up in 25.37. Fellow Cowboy Rachel Cazares took second in the 800 (2:21.21),while Ariel Moore (15.63) and Jennifer Kingsley (16.24) finished second and third in the 100 hurdles, respectively.Moore was also runner-up in the 300 hurdles (48.06). The Steinbrenner boys finished third with 102 points,41 off Jefferson's championship pace.The Cowboys were fifth with 70. Preston West won the pole vault for the Warriors by posting 13,2-06 better than runner-up Ryan Hagen from Gaither. Steinbrenner's Tyler and Zach Lima took first and third in the 3,200 in 9:54.75 and 10:03.63,respectively.The twins are also on the 4x800 relay team that claimed district gold. The Cowboys shined in the hurdles. Senior Paul Barrett won the 300 (38.43) while taking second in the high jump (602).Freshman Samson Moore claimed the 110 (14.39) and was runner-up in the 400 (49.42). The top four in each event advance to regionals at Leto April 25 starting at noon. Results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic AssociationWarriors run away with district title Steinbrenner senior Alexis Wright won the 100and 300-meter hurdles and triple jump at the Class 3A-District 8 meet April 19. (Photos by Andy Warrener)By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comTwo Steinbrenner student-athletes made their college plans official last week. Boys soccer player Conner Fleming became the first in program history to sign with a college April 19,picking Florida Institute of Technology,a Division II program in the Sunshine State Conference. "It's probably the best achievement I've accomplished in my life so far,"said Fleming, who will play midfield/defense."It's why I've been training every day for three years." Brian Gainer joined the ranks of college athletes when he committed April 18 to the University of Mount Union,a Division III program in the Ohio Athletic Conference. "My freshman year I told my mom I was going to play college football,"said the 5foot-10,170-pound Gainer."Then I was 5foot-3,maybe 103 pounds.I was probably the last player on the junior varsity team." Both will study premed,which is one reason Fleming picked Florida Tech. "It's a Tier 1 academic college,which means their academics are in the running with some of the top schools in the nation," said Fleming,who has a 5.3 grade point average."Also they have a 70 percent acceptance rate into medical school."Fleming,who attended Freedom until his junior year,had a relationship with Florida Tech coach Robin Chan from when he was on the southeast region Olympic development team.Gainer,who went to Alonso and Sickles before coming to Steinbrenner as a junior,was impressed with his new team's reputation."The winning tradition is something that really caught my attention,"said Gainer,who will play wide receiver."They have 10 national championships." Getting a chance at college ball seemed unlikely months ago.Gainer saw limited playing time,but got a shot in the Warriors' final contest against Middleton.He had a team-high 110 rushing yards,his first 100yard game,with two touchdowns.Steinbrenner duo signCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 13 Academy at the Lakes'Andrea Mauger placed fourth in the shot put at regionals April 19 at Orlando First Academy,becoming the first in program history to make states.The junior,who won a district title the week before,posted 33 feet 11.5 inches.Carrollwood Day School (CDS) senior Bailey Drury also earned a spot at states during the same meet by placing fourth in the 400-meters (1 minute 1.24 seconds). In other Class 1A regional action,Bishop McLaughlin qualified two athletes April 19 at Shorecrest Prep.Boys discus thrower Evan Barhonvich finished as runner-up (13809) and girls shot putter Taylor McDonald placed third (32-11). The 1A state meet is April 27 at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville starting at 1 p.m. All results as recorded by the High School Athletic AssociationMauger advances to statesBy Eugenio Torrensetorrens@cnewspubs.comFreedom's Sandra Akachukwu claimed one title and had three second-place performances at the Class 4A-District 6 meet April 17 at Leto.Akachukwu bested the competition in the girls 100-meter by finishing in 12.41 seconds. Add in the runner-ups in the 200 (25.33),high jump (5 feet) and long jump (17-09.25) and junior earned 34 of the Patriots'96 points.Though Akachukwu was frustrated with her day afterward,her coach Dwight Smith didn't seem as concerned. "We always tell her she needs to channel her emotions to the next race,"Smith said. "She ran in four events.She made it through to regionals in four events.She's district runner-up in three,district champion in one.I mean you still had a great day."Neither Freedom nor Wharton could wrestle the team title from Plant,which scored 195.5 points.The Wildcats took second with 139.5 and the Patriots finished fourth.Wharton was boosted by Mikayla Barber, who won the 100 and 300 hurdles."Like many goals in my life that I want to achieve,if I come on the track scared all the time I'll never get there,"Barber said."I came out here with the mindset that I want to conquer."Teammate Tyler Watson was right behind Barber in the 300.Watson also got second in the triple jump. Barber and Watson were part of the winning 4x400 relay that clocked in at 4:01.11, nearly 10 seconds faster than Alonso. The Plant boys also won team gold with 210.5.Freedom took third (87.5) and Wharton was fourth (72.5). Apart from second-place finishes by Vernon Hargreaves in the long jump,Britton Lewis in the 300 hurdles and Jayren Barginere in the 800 run,the Wildcats'best effort came in the 4x800 relay,which they won with a time of 8:12.14. The top four in each event advance to regionals at Leto April 25 starting at noon. Results as recorded by the Florida High School Athletic Association Wharton's Vernon Hargreaves took second in the boys long jump with a leap of 22 feet 0.5 inches. (Photo by Thomas Matzke of Sunlakesports.com)Akachukwu,Barber shine at districts Gaither's Kiana Bryant won the 100-meter at districts April 19. Gaither hurdlers Samson Moore, left, and Paul Barrett each advanced to regionals with district titles in the 110and 300-meter, respectively.

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Thunder claim spring tournamentSPORTS Wiregrass Ranch's aces fall in state finalsBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comWiregrass Ranch's Courage Okungbowa and Star Makarome both finished as runnerup in the Class 4A state singles tournament April 17 in Altamonte Springs. Okungbowa ends the season 21-1,while Makarome is 12-1.No other school in any class sent a boy and a girl to the singles finals. "That shows that Wiregrass has put ourselves on the map in tennis"said Bulls boys coach and athletic director Dave Wilson. "We're going to keep working to get better to get back here as a team and someday win the state title." For Okungbowa,a junior,the run to the boys championship match was redemption. Last year he entered states with the Bulls team undefeated,but lost in the first round. "I didn't think I was going to play this well,and it was a better experience than last year,"Okungbowa said.He then added,"I'm not happy,but it was a good season.I played my best." Makarome reached the finals despite being a freshman and 14 years old.She lost only three games all season entering states, but said the experience showed her she can improve. "I learned I should go back and practice a lot,"Makarome said with a laugh."I have to learn to meet power with power,and learn how to control the point especially against the bigger girls.I don't see me coming in as a freshman as an excuse." Okungbowa received a first-round bye before defeating Royal Palm Beach's Wade Ball 6-0,6-3 in the quarterfinals and the top seeded Gainesville Buchholz's Erik Vincent 3-6,6-3,6-3 in a three-hour semifinal.Vincent was the first player to take a set from Wiregrass Ranch's ace. He was unable to make it two comebacks in a row against Orlando Olympia's Sebastian Beltrame,falling 6-1,6-3.He staved off elimination by breaking Beltrame and winning his service game to get the score at 5-3 in the second,but it wasn't enough. "He's got a really good serve," Okungbowa said."He really stayed consistent.That's my problem is staying consistent. I can hit really good shots,but it's like five out of 20." Wilson added,"It's kind of hard to be prouder of him.Yesterday his battle was so tough.I think it took a lot out of his legs. He had a great year.To be 21-1 and the state runner-up is a great year." Bulls girls coach Jewell Fye was also beaming about her star pupil. "To be so good and get this far so young is amazing,"Fye said."I knew she would make it to this point."Makarome bested Parkland Douglas' Kellyn Abbanat 6-2,6-3 in the first round before getting past Orlando Dr.Phillips' Sarah Baron 7-5,6-1 in the quarters.She made short work of the No.1 seed Coral Gables'Sonja Radosevic 6-1,6-3 in the semis.All that stood in Makarome's way was Miramar Everglades'Gabriela Castenda. The freshman had never seen Castenda before,but soon learned she was more than a solid player. "She was really aggressive and was hugging the baseline,"Makarome said."It set me back on my game.I had to play defense for a long while until I could step into the point. Once I stepped into the point I hit winners, it was just getting a chance to control the point. Gabby was just too good of a player today." Castenda was able to hit her returns deep into the opposite court,negating Makarome's drop shot;one of her biggest weapons. Makarome lost the first set 6-1,but made Castenda work in the second.The Wiregrass Ranch No.1 lost her serve twice in her first three attempts,but managed to break her opponent back on the following game both times. Castenda took the lead for good by breaking Makarome to put the score at 5-4 before serving for the match. The day didn't end with a state title,but Makarome and Okungbowa have more opportunities. "I hope I'm able to get a title," Okungbowa said."I've got one more chance." Makarome added,"Hopefully in the next few years I can follow in Courage's footsteps." Bulls junior Courage Okungbowa reached the Class 4Astate finals and ends the season with a 21-1 singles record. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)One step short Patriots seventh-grader Lauren FitzRandolph combined with her sister, Jackie, to make the No. 1 doubles semifinals at the 1Astate tournament. (File photo)By Andy WarrenerThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentCarrollwood Day School (CDS) sophomore tennis player Sarah Yaffe was unsure if she'd ever pick up a racket again last April because of the pain in her wrist. The problem became apparent on her 15th birthday in November 2010 when she recalled her left wrist "kind of popped"and that it felt like "someone stabbed me with a knife." By February 2011 she decided to see a doctor,who suggested taking a break for two weeks followed by physical and localized massage therapy.When that didn't work she tried different casts.Nothing helped. The prognosis went from bad to worse when she was diagnosed with an elongated ulna,the outside bone in the forearm.Yaffe's ulna was crowding the small bones in her wrist,severely limiting her range of motion and causing pain for someone trying to play tennis.The only solution to continue her tennis career was surgery to shorten the bone,followed by a long recovery."(The doctor) said nine months recovery time and I just broke down,right there in his office,"Yaffe said."I had to call all of my coaches and tell them I was going to get this surgery." Yaffe is accustomed to a busy tennis schedule.She transferred from Saddlebrook Prep in Wesley Chapel,where she practiced five days a week and had tournaments every weekend. Yaffe was not quite ready to accept having no physical activity.She went to the gym diligently to try and maintain her strength and conditioning. "I tried to run to the gym with a cast on my arm one time,"Yaffe said."I guess someone must've seen me and called my parents. They drove out to get me and I kind of got in trouble." She had the surgery last June 13.In December,just six months after the surgery, she started to hit again with her coach.She was able to hit forehands with her right wrist as her left arm recovered. She started playing again on February 9 against Academy at the Lakes.She said she is almost back physically. "The mental part is still coming back to me,"Yaffe said."That's the hardest part." The experience is something she will never forget. "I still have a metal plate and screws in my arm today,but it feels better now than it ever did,"Yaffe said. Yaffe helped the Patriots win a district championship this season,the first in CDS history.The squad followed that with a regional title to reach the 1A state tournament. 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The team includes Anthony Anselmo,Max Barile,Nick Ciago,Chris DiCono,Dylan DuPhily,Ryan Ebberup,Ethan Kupczyk,Brian Martin,Charles Novick,Beau Roberts, Cameron Sayers and Jack Utley.All players are from Pasco,Hillsborough or Hernando counties.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.The West Florida Thunder baseball team advanced to the Elite 32 World Series in August by winning the Spring Super NIT Championship. (Photo courtesy of Ron Roberts)813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25,2012 14 Yaffe playing short handed Wiregrass Ranch's Star Makarome went 121 in singles this year and made the Class 4Astate finals despite being a freshman.CDS's historic trip to statesCarrollwood Day Schools'(CDS) first trip to states didn't end with a championship, but the future is bright for the program. The Patriots won a district and regional title this season,the first in school history for any sport,and all of the top four are sophomores or younger. "It's been very exciting for the girls and the coaching staff,"said CDS fourth-year coach Susan Most."The girls played incredibly well all season.Just a great journey for all of us.I'm proud of how they performed at all levels." Freshman Jackie Fitz-Randolph reached the Class 1A No.1 singles final,where she fell to Gainesville PK Young's Jazz Whitaker 7-6 (2),6-1 on April 19. Jackie defeated Cantonment Ransom's Sullivan Annette 2-6,6-1,6-3 in the quarterfinals before dispatching Boca Raton St. Andrews'Caroline Hsu 6-0,6-1 in the semis. Jackie teamed with her sister Lauren,a seventh-grader,for No.1 doubles.The siblings defeated PK Young 6-2,6-4 in the quarters. The Patriots'run ended against Ransom in the semifinals April 19,falling 7-6 (5) 6-4. CDS fought off five match points to earn a break,which got the second set back on serve,but lost the next service game. Most thinks the trip to states will motivate the squad. "They're hungry,"Most said."They want to come back for more.They were able to experience that championship environment.They're ready to come back and work harder." For the boys,Patriots junior Eric FitzRandolph,brother of Jackie and Lauren,lost his first match of the 1A singles tournament after receiving a bye in the first round.

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last five years since becoming eligible,but this is the first district championship for the program. The Wildcats are also young with only one senior and three juniors. "We got some girls out here the first day of practice who didn't know how to throw or even put their glove on,"said Evans,a University of South Florida commit."It was definitely back to teaching softball 101,but they learned a lot and we brought it together for the win." The academy receives a bye to the regional semifinals April 27 against the winner of Deltona Trinity Christian and Hernando Christian.The academy would travel to Deltona at 7 p.m.or host Hernando at 4 p.m.Bishop claims third straightThe Bishop McLaughlin softball team won its third district title in as many years on April 19. The Hurricanes (13-14) led 2-0 in first inning and added a pair of runs in the third to get by Seffner Christian 4-3 for the Class 3ADistrict 8 crown.Spencer Valdespino had an RBI single to open up the Canes'scoring. Bishop McLaughlin defeated Tampa Prep 10-9 in the semis thanks to a pair of insidethe-park home runs from Valdespino,the second in walk-off fashion.The Canes led 92 after the fifth,but the Terrapins fought back to score two in the sixth and five in the seventh to tie the game. The Hurricanes host Lakeland Christian April 25 at 7 p.m. Attention Parents! CongratulationsKAYLA CLASS OF 2012I am so very proud of all you have accomplished and the wonderful young lady you have become. 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"It's a really tough pitch to hit,"said academy sophomore catcher Rebecca Hannah, who had an RBI single."When I'm batting in practice it's tough.It's really offspeed,and if she can get it there it's a big weapon.We'll call it at any point." Boynton said she was having trouble controlling her changeup early,but found the feel for it midway through. "I worked like a year and a half to perfect that pitch,and it's definitely my best pitch," Boynton said."It's a huge factor in games with good hitters like these.When it's on I feel really good,and most people aren't used to a change that offspeed." Hernando Christian mounted a rally in the seventh,recording three hits and scoring their first earned run.Boynton induced a ground ball to sophomore shortstop Lauren Evans with two outs and runners on first and second to end the contest. "I was really nervous in the seventh inning,"said Evans,who scored two runs."I just wanted to get the game over so we could get the trophy." The Wildcats have made the playoffs the Academy junior pitcher Sydney Boynton threw a complete game with seven strikeouts to help the Wildcats win the 2A4 championship April 19. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)Boynton lifts academy to title The academy softball team after winning the Class 2A-District 4 championship April 19 with a 4-2 win against Hernando Christian.

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The Warriors made the postseason for the second time in the program's three-year history with their 2-0 win over Freedom in the semis April 18.Ramsey came close to her third no-hitter of the season,but it was broken up in the sixth inning. A Patriots'seventh-inning comeback ended with a double play on an attempted squeeze bunt popped up to third baseman Taylor Morrow,who fired the ball to catcher Alia Serafini to finish the contest. Wiregrass Ranch got past Gaither in the first round April 17,but couldn't muster a win against the Chiefs in the other semifinal,falling 12-2 in five innings. Even though her team couldn't hoist the championship trophy,Sanders said she is looking forward to the next round and knows her team is ready. "It really does feel good,"Sanders said. "This is a brand new program and it feels very nice to have started this program,and I think it is definitely coming around over the last three years.I think we're getting established,and I think people think they need to look out for us." Steinbrenner travels to Countryside April 25 at 7 p.m.SPORTS Continued from page 19 Steinbrenner junior Taylor Morrow scores a run against Freedom in the district semifinals. Warriors freshman shortstop Erica Serafini throws out a runner during the district semifinals. (Photos by Thomas Matzke of www.sunlakesports.com)

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Customers soon become lifelong friends at The Greenery Nursery The Greenery Nursery and Garden Center 5104 N. Land O’ Lakes Blvd. Land O’ Lakes, FL 34639 Phone: 813-996-9821  Fax: 813-996-9827 www. TheGreenery ofTampaBay.com Paid AdverisementApril 10 was second anniversary of the Land O Lakes garden centerWill Martinez has a gift for remembering names of customers and the plants that grow in their gardens. When I see a returning customer, I visualize a diagram of their yard in my head and can remember what plants they have bought from our nursery,Ž said Will, owner of The Greenery Nursery and Garden Center in Land O Lakes. Wills uncanny memory and attention to detail are evidence of how much he loves his customers and the nursery business. Ive been doing this for over 25 years and I still wake up every morning excited to go to work,Ž said Will. Will is celebrating the second anniversary of The Greenery. He opened his business on US 41, located just south of the Land O Lakes Post Office, on April 10, 2010 after working alongside his parents at two successful nurseries the family owned in Hillsborough County. Some of the plants at The Greenery genetically go back almost 40 years to his fathers first location, William Nursery on Hutchinson Road in Lutz. Orelso and Maria Martinez opened that nursery in 1974 and named the business after their son, who was then just two years old. I grew up in this business and still run into customers who remember me as the boy who hauled plants for my dad at William Nursery,Ž said Will. Perhaps its because of Wills strong family connections and deep respect for his parents that he treats every customer with similar respect and as extended members of his family. I want people to know me and my staff personally, just like we want to know about them and their families,Ž said Will. When Will went out on his own and opened The Greenery, he vowed to bring back the mom-and-pop atmosphere he grew up with at William Nursery „ a philosophy that believes customers will become lifelong friends if you treat them like family. It is apparent customers consider Will and his staff as friends. Each year between 400 and 500 attend The Greenerys annual pig roast and family celebration, which includes food and fun things to do for the entire family. Many customers come to The Greenery after purchasing a foreclosed or short-sale home. These folks have gotten a great price on their home and are ready to invest in their new property by putting in quality landscaping,Ž said Will. Responding to customer requests, this year The Greenery is expanding into hard-scaping material, such as boulders, flagstone, gravel and rock. We are a one-stop shop where customers can get all of their plant material and everything else they need for their home landscaping projects,Ž said Will. Will credits The Greenerys success in its first two years to his dedicated staff and their amazing knowledge of plants and landscaping. Heading up his team is Raul Santiago, a skilled nurseryman who has worked with Will for12 years. Raul has an extensive horticultural knowledge and a gift for listening to customers and coming up with solutions to their problems,Ž said Will. Will and Raul promise customers four things when they buy from The Greenery: € Hand-chosen, quality plants that are locally grown. Many varieties are drought and freeze resistant. € Competitive prices that are almost always less than big box stores. € Expert advice from professionals who have decades of nursery experience. € A meticulously clean environment that is enjoyable to browse and shop. Raul and I hand select all of our plant materials and take great pride in their consistency in size, color, and overall appearance,Ž said Will. If a plant doesnt meet our standards, then it should not be in anyones garden.Ž When they are not working, Will and Raul are dedicated family men. Will and his wife Yesmin have been married 13 years and are parents to 7-year-old Anthony, a first grader at Lutz Elementary, and 5-year-old Marissa, who attends pre-school at Lutz Learning Center. Raul and his wife Reyna are also parents to two young children, sons Daniel and Raul Jr. The Santiago family lives in Dade City. We are proud of our families and proud of our customers,Ž said Will. We want more than anything for our customers to become our friends and for them to trust us to help them create a beautiful landscape for their home to enjoy and to share with their friends, families and neighbors.Ž Will Martinez (left), owner of The Greenery, and his sales manager, Raul Santiago. Anthony, age 7 and Marisa, age 5, are the children of owners Will and Yesmin Martinez. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com CO MM UNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS April 25, 2012 24