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Call AttorneyJIMHOLLIDAY813-868-1887 AUTO ACCIDENT?SLIP & FALL? No Fees Or Costs Unless You WinHelping Injured PeopleHOLLID A Y BOMHOFF KARA TINOS P.L. Attorneys at LawI Will Aggressively Fight ToProtect Your Legal Rights18920 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Ste 101 Lutz, FL (Corner of Sunlake & Dale Mabry) Lutz NewsFREELutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA MAY 9,2012Only 2 weeks left to show your grad how proud you are with a personalized adSEE PAGE 6ADSGRAD By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comRunners,bikers and nature lovers will soon have more trail to experience the outdoors. Richard Sanders,project manager for Hillsborough Countys public works department,said the often-delayed project to extend the Upper Tampa Trail will begin late this year or early in 2013. The Florida Department of Transportation and Southwest Florida Water Management District have agreed to contribute a total of $2 million to ensure the completion of the $4 million job. The project,which was first proposed in 2002 and will add 4.35 miles of 12-foot-wide trail,appears to be a certainty,as does a large 4-mile wide gap. The extension will begin where the Suncoast Trail ends at the intersection of W. Lutz-Lake Fern Road and the Suncoast Parkway in Lutz and end where Gunn Highway and Van Dyke Road meet.The southern portion begins at Memorial Highway in Tampa and ends at Peterson Road Park in Citrus Park. Sanders said the county hasnt been able to buy the terrain from four landowners needed to connect the two trails,which would create 59 miles of continuous pathways north to Citrus County. Linda McLane,who frequently runsTrail extension within sight See TRAIL,page13 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comLynn Duriez,42,a maintenance worker for Pasco public schools has many happy memories of his mom,Alycia Duriez,who lives in Zephyrhills. But the Dade City man offered up this one,in particular: When was I was in elementary school,I was overweight and had low-self esteem. I never had a lot of friends to talk to. One day,I went to school I went to get my paper out to write notes for my class and there was this letter from my mother. She said the most amazing things about me,about having the most beautiful eyes and being the most handsome little boy. She said,If I wasnt your mother,Id definitely be your girlfriend. I think I still have the letter.It was so wonderful.Thirty-five-year-old Dawn Smith,an assistant manager at Daves Twistee Treat in Zephyrhills,cant think a single favorite memory of her mom, Becky Mondello. But thats because Smith is so fond of her mom,there are too many good memories to choose from. I see my mom everyday,she said.Were best friends.We do everything together.We go to the beach.We go to Busch Gardens. I can call my mom anytime,day or night,and shes there.Claudia Harris,69,recalled the year that her mother,Lillian deJong,watched her twin children when she was away for a weekend in New York City. She dressed them up in diapers you know,the New Year Baby.Her friends loved it.She showed me pictures later.She had them all dressed up.She got such a kick out of it. They had so much fun.They loved their grandma,said Harris, who lives in Land O Lakes. It was a hoot.It really was.Its a wonderful memory. Harrismother passed on at the age of 87.When Christy Vervisch thinks of her mom Janet McAfee of Sarasota she thinks of a woman of incredible strength. She is just so even-keeled.Rock solid.She never loses it,said Vervisch,a 40year-old stay-at-home mom with four kids. My dad was in the Air Force,so he was gone a lot, Vervisch said. And now,with her husband in the Army,the Lutz woman has an even clearer idea of the challenges her mom faced. Fortunately,shes not alone. With my husband being gone a lot,shes always there to help.She and my dad will come up and well be able to go to different soccer fields.Seventy-year-old Nathan Pearlman has wonderful memories of his mother. He chose this one to share:When I retired about six years ago,there was a surprise party that my office had for me all of the people at the office,and some friends. We all went the Chattanooga Lookouts baseball game. And my mother was there.I guess she was in her late 80s.To see the smile and the love on her face when she saw me walk through the door at the surprise party was phenomenal.She just glowed. It was an incredible moment.That was just an awesome memory of my mother.She was a great woman. Pearlman,who lives in Heritage Harbor,is a retired partner in a certified public accountant firm in Chattanooga.His mother, Sadye Pearlman,passed on a few years ago at 93.As a stay-at-home mom of two children, Beth Stahl said she frequently finds herself needing a little guidance. Fortunately,she said,her mom Chris Esslinger of Ohio is an excellent source of advice. I immediately pick up the phone and call her if I ever have any questions or concerns.Shes always real level-headed and always knows the right thing to say.Shes very knowledgeable. That helps a lot.The 37-year-old Stahl,of Land O Lakes,was sporting a Wonder Woman shirt at a soccer field in Lutz.She said her moms the one who should be wearing a Wonder Woman shirt. A Mothers Day bouquet Lynn Duriez Dawn Smith Claudia Harris Christy Vervisch Nathan Pearlman Beth StahlSons and daughters share their favorite memories of MomSee more bouquets, page 13 Soccer clubs sign intent to mergeMajor hurdles still remainBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comTwo of Tampa Bays most popular youth soccer programs have agreed to merge into one.The board of directors from Tampa Bay United (TBU) in Hillsborough County and Central Pasco United Soccer Association (CPUSA) have unanimously signed a letter of intent to combine the clubs.TBU executive director Eric Sims,who also coaches Gaithers boys soccer team, said talks started last August. We dont just want to merge with any clubs,Sims said.We have the same See SOCCER,page13

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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 permission 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@cne wspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadver tisingdistributor s.com EDITORIAL CINDY SPENCE,Editor cspence@cne wspubs.com B.C. MANION,Community Editor bcmanion@cnewspubs.com KYLE LOJACONO,Sports Editor klojacono@cne wspubs.com EUGENIO TORRENS, Staff Writer etor rens@cnewspubs.com DESIGN MATTHEW MISTRETTA, Art Director STEFANIE BURLINGAME, Graphic Designer ADVERTISING TERRI WILLIAMSON, twilliamson@cne wspubs.comLutz, Wesley Chapel, Land O Lakes, West PascoSTEPHANIE STEPHENSON, sstephenson@cnewspubs.comZephyrhills, Land O LakesCAROLYN BENNETT,cbennett@cne wspubs.comCustomer ServiceRACHEL THOMPSON, rthompson@cnewspubs.comClassified SalesACCOUNTING MANAGER MARY EBERHARD, meberhard@cnewspubs.com ADMINISTRATIVE KATHY WELTON / STEVE MISTRETTAPresident & Publisher Diane Kortus dkortus@cnewspubs.comThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWSLUTZ,LAND OLAKES,WESLEY CHAPEL,ZEPHYRHILLS,DADE CITYServing Pasco since 1981 / Serving Lutz since 1964 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comShes just heading to college and already Elizabeth Fox,who is graduating from Wesley Chapel High,has made an agonizing choice. She had to choose between attending Pratt Institute in New York,a prestigious art and design school,or a respected regional school much closer to home that offered her a better package. After discussing her options with her parents,she chose The Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota. It was a decision that meant letting go of the dream of living in a big city and attending a world-renowned school,the 18-year-old said. Ultimately,it came down to money,Fox said.Pratt was almost double what Ringling was,she said, estimating a degree from Pratt would have cost about $300,000. Like thousands of graduating seniors making college choices,Fox had to consider these questions:How successful are you going be in your career and can you really see yourself paying off those debts? Is it going to be worth it? You have to go with whats smart,she said. While disappointed that Pratt was beyond her financial reach,she is pleased she was admitted.The school had about 6,000 applicants for 680 available slots and offered her a $15,000 scholarship,renewable for four years. Shes also grateful for Ringings support in awarding her the Presidential Scholarship,which goes to the strongest applicant within each major.The award is worth $20,000 a year,Fox said. Since they gave me their No.1 scholarship for interior design,they obviously have faith in me.Its a lot to live up to,but its also a compliment, said Fox,who intends to be an interior designer. Even before I could put a name to interior design,I was just really into it. Whenever I walk down an aisle in Home Depot,or something,with tiles and finishes theres just like a little spark in me.Im just so happy.I dont think this is normal,but it shows that Im really passionate about it,Fox said. Being accepted to Ringling and Pratt was an enormous boost for her confidence. When I got the first acceptance to Ringling,I was just blown away.I couldnt believe it. And then,they sent me their scholarship their top presidential scholarship and I actually cried.I was just so shocked. And then I got my letter from Pratt.That was just a double shocker.I really did feel special that they wanted me,said Fox,who lives with her parents,Kathy and Jim,in Wesley Chapel.She also has a brother,Jeff,Wesley Chapel senior attracts major art scholarships Elizabeth Fox uses a technique known as stippling, a painstaking process that uses dots to create an image. Below she uses this process to render the realistic look of leaves. (Above photo by B.C. Manion) The ballerina in this pencil drawing is Elizabeth Foxs former ballet teacher. (Images provided by Elizabeth Fox) Afigure eight inspired this take on Picassos use of perspective. Elizabeth Fox spent part of spring break having her gallbladder removed and used her sketchbook to memorialize the event.28,and a sister,Sarah,26.Fox credits her mom for fostering her creativity and appreciates her support.The young woman has been taking art classes since preschool and has taken just about every class available in high school.She also has attended a three-hour evening class at Ringling,with her mom driving her to Sarasota and waiting patiently in the parking lot.The art students portfolio includes works in oil,pencil and watercolor.She also has worked on interior designs.Last summer, through her church,she helped design rooms for a pregnancy center called Life Choices Womens Care in Lutz,said Fox,who attends Our Lady of the Rosary in Land OLakes.I spent the majority of my summer putting together a bunch of paint colors and fabrics.I did the labor,too.I got like 300 hours of community service,she said. The experience was instructive.For instance,she learned that paint may appear one way on a paint chip and another way on a wall. Definitely,always buy paint samples, she advised. Lighting matters,too,she said. You might have fluorescent lights in one room and natural lights in another and it changes everything. Perhaps her biggest lesson was learning how to deal with everyone from teen volunteers to board members to people that had very,very strong opinions and were not afraid to share them. Im a little sensitive,she acknowledged, noting shes going to have to develop a thicker skin. Her high school art teacher,Kathleen Taylor,said Fox produces excellent artwork. When shes creating a piece,she goes into a zone,Taylor said. Elizabeth has got the whole package. Shes bright and shes talented.She stands out.

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PRIVATE PERSONAL TRAINING STUDIOfor women813.909.493924140 SR 54, Suite 103 Lutz, FL 33559 Samantha TaylorPersonal Trainer & Fat Loss Expert HOW SHE KEPT 55 LBS. OFF FOR 4 YEARS!"Before I finally made a phone call to Samantha, I had seen her articles and advertisements in our local paper for several years! During those years, I gained about 10 pounds each year with a combination of bad eating habits, a stressful job and no exercise. I went on a cruise with my mother and when I got back I looked at the photos we took. I could not believe the person in the photos was me how had I become so out of shape? I thought I didn't have time to work out but Samantha convinced me that I had to make time and also make the changes in my eating habits to become healthy and lose weight. The time I have spent with Samantha has been one of the best investments I've made in my life she has inspired me to eat healthier and how to work out effectively to lose the fat I needed to lose without losing muscle. She has shown me a way that I can follow for the rest of my life. I have gone from a size 14 to a size 4 in 7 months and I've lost over 138 inches all over my entire body! I feel better and have more energy than I have in years. I encourage you to give her a call today don't waste another day! And the amazing thing is with everything I have learned from Samantha, I have now kept this weight off for 4 years; something I was never able to do before. You can do it too with her help!"CALL NOW FOR YOUR BODY TRANSFORMATION ANALYSIS In a private studio for women in Lutz Chris Williamsin her mid 50s LUBE CENTER HOURS: CAR WASH HOURS:813-949-7297 ALL OIL CHANGES INCLUDE A FREE BASIC CAR WASH24124 SR 54 in Lutz 1.2 Miles East of Collier PkwyMon-Sat 8:00am-6:00pm Sunday 10:00am-4:00pm DAILY UNTIL 7:00pm SR 54 INTERSTATE 75SR 54COLLIER PARKW AYFOGGY RIDGE RO ADONLY $24.99Oil changes are up to 5 quarts of oil and filter. Includes our 14 point inspection. You must present coupon at time of service. Premium and Diesel oils do not apply.OIL CHANGE SPECIALMay not be combined with any other offer. At SR 54 loc ation only. 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9, 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 CARPET78ONLY sq.ft.$6.99 per sq. yardBERBER CARPET77ONLY sq.ft. Free In-Home Estimates Yo u ll Adore Yo u ll Adore O u r O u r FLOORS FLOORS Please,Do Your Part!RECYCLE TODAY Use Blue Bags for your RecyclablesWEST....727-847-8041 CENTRAL....813-235-6012 x8041 EAST....352-521-4285 x8041 www.pascocountyutilities.com2Blue bags available at Pasco grocery stores and some super retailersRecycle: Aluminum Cans Metal Food Cans #1 & #2 Plastic Bottles & Jars Clear, Green & Brown Glass Bottles & Jars B y Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Florida Supreme Court approved revamped districts for the state Senate April 27, ending the once-a-decade process that took more than a year to complete. The Senate originally created lines for its 40 districts in February using U.S. Census data released in 2011, but the lines were challenged by several groups, including the Florida Democratic Party, on the grounds they violated The Fair Districts Amendment. The Court agreed and rejected the plan, forcing the Legislature back to the drawing board. The Senates tweaked districts were unanimously approved by the Court despite many of the same groups challenging the lines. In reaching its decision, the Court has carefully considered the submissions of both those supporting and those opposing the plan, the Courts opinion reads. The Court has also considered the alternative plans that both the Florida Democratic Party and the Coalition have submitted in support of their arguments. We declare the redrawn plan apportioning the districts for the Florida Senate to be constitutionally valid. Chairman of the Reapportionment Committee Don Gaetz (R-Destin) said he is happy the process is over as it allows elections offices across the state to prepare for when voters cast their ballots later this year.Contrary to the fears, or perhaps the hopes of the cynics and the critics, Floridas citizens will now go forward to choose from among their neighbors who will represent them in the Senate and House of Representatives, Gaetz said. Those elections will be held on time. Absentee and overseas ballots will be sent well in advance. Early voting will occur as scheduled.All government district lines must be redrawn ever 10 years to reflect changes in population found from the Census. The alignments for the Florida House of Representatives, Congressional seats and the county commissions in Pasco and Hillsborough counties have already been adopted. State Court approves districts

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The Hillsborough County public school district and student nutrition services are sponsoring the Cook It Up! K-12 Student Recipe Challenge. District students are invited to show off their cooking skills by submitting a healthy dessert recipe for a treat they dont feel guilty eating.Entry deadline is May 18. Recipes should be submitted at www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/sns.Judges will review all submissions and choose one winner at the elementary,middle and high school level.Winners will be notified by May 31. Prizes include: Annual Florida residentspasses to Disneys Blizzard Beach water park (family of 4) Winning recipes will be featured on school menus Winners will be invited to appear on Radio Disneys Kids Concern Showto discuss their recipe and the importance of healthy eating habits Winnersnames will be announced on Radio Disney Saint Leo University celebrated 1,000 new graduates in three commencement ceremonies on April 27 and April 28. The degrees awarded were both graduate and undergraduate,and included the fields of business,humanities,science,education,criminal justice,and social work. Guest speakers included Florida Lt.Gov. Jennifer Carroll,who graduated from Saint Leo Universitys Master of Business Administration degree program in 2008;educator an author Peter B.Smith;and former ambassador Edward S.NedWalker Jr. Walkers son,Christopher,studied sport business at Saint Leo and participated in the undergraduate commencement at which his father spoke. Megan Forde,a senior at Steinbrenner High,has been awarded the Josephine Poppleton Scholarship by the International Association of Administrative Professionals. She received the $1,000 scholarship on April 19 at the Tampa Club. Students of the month for April at Moore Mickens Education Center in Dade City are: Cassondra Rickett,Wanice Matthews,Cassie Greene and Nimia Morales.Rickett also was selected as Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Month. Students named to the Principals 4.0 honor roll were:Dustin Chancey,Mackenzie McAnallen and Kelly Butterfield. Students named to the A-B Honor Roll were:Richard Costner,Victoria Dickens, Patrick Gray,Jaonsha Hayes,Joevanny Lorenzo,Katrina Martin,Wanice Matthews, Brittany Parrish,Sabrina Remick,Cassondra Rickett,Dannielle Shaw,Sofia Torres,Jessica Velasquez,Kimberly Williams,Jeremiah Wright,Cassie Greene,Jon Reed,Khaalid Sewell,Jason Patten,Stephanie Swartz, Wesley Rivera,Willie Echols,Josh Brown, Josh Coleman,Dustin Chauncey,Kelly Butterfield,Derrick Bliss,David Graves,Matt Harrigan,Phillip Olson,John Algood,Sharon McNeal,Richard Stafford and Dylan Hodock. Good citizen awards went to Jake Johnson and Joseph Long. The Hillsborough County School District is seeking public comment on a waiver from the United States Department of Education regarding the No Child Left Behind Act. The waiver will provide the district with flexibility for recruiting and retaining teachers to high-needs schools.The public can access the waiver request and submit comments through May 11 at the following link: http://www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/title1/waiver.asp.GRAD ADSOnly 2 weeks left to show your grad how proud you are with a personalized ad2 SIZES/LAYOUTS1/12 page = $59 1/6 page = $99YOU CHOOSE YOUR WORDS AND PHOTO(S) AND WE DROPITINTO OUR PRE-DESIGNED TEMPLATE.1/12 page ad includes: 1 photo,school name and 30-35 words 1/6 page ad includes: 3 photos,school name & logo and 40-50 wordsPlease make sure photos are the same vertical sizes as photos pictured above. Ads will publish in the May 30th edition of the TheLaker or Lutz NewsThe LAKER/ Lutz NEWS/ PARKNEWS Call813.909.2800 to place your grads ad today! Congratulations KAYLA Class of 2012Zephyrhills High SchoolI am so very proud of all you have accomplished and the wonderful young lady you have become. I wish you the very best in life and know you will find success in all you do.Love, Mom CongratulationsKAYLA CLASS OF 2012I am so very proud of all you have accomplished and the wonderful young lady you have become. I wish you the very best in life and know you will find success in all you do.I love you tons, Mom ZEPHYRHILLS HIGH SCHOOL Congratulations AARON Class of 2012Pepin AcademyYou made your dream come true, as we knew you would! Congratulations on being accepted at St. Leo University. We couldnt be prouder of you as our son and brother.Love, Mom, Dad & AngelinaAaron Williamson CongratulationsAARON CLASS OF 2012You made your dream come true, as we knew you would! Congratulations on being accepted at St. Leo University. 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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 addl $30 on request.)(813)949-441621515 VILLAGE LAKES SHOPPING CENTERLAND OLAKES(next to Beef O Bradys 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 May 9,2012 7 MUST PRESENT COUPON. EXPIRES 5-31-12EYEBROW WAXwith Shampoo, Cut & Style$2500 and upCoupon good with select stylists FREEHappy Moms Day!MAY13thGIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE 2346 Raden Dr. Land OLakes(Behind Wendys off SR54)(813) 909-8710 (813) 909-1432 PROM UPDOSstarting at $50Schedule Today! HAIR EXTENSIONS$7500HAIR NOT INCLUDED.MUST PRESENT COUPON.EXP 5-31-12starting at LORIS BACK! 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 y ears of experience813-597-8348 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 PETS VACATION PLACE813.995.2212MANAGER LIVES ON PREMISESday 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 CareWe keep their tails waggin when We keep their tails waggin when you need to be travelin! you need to be travelin! 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 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) 995-9896PAWS DOWN THE BEST LOVE AROUND!

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Tickets have no cash value. Non-refundable. Summer Science Camps are June 11 Aug. 17 (www.campfun.org)Name:_____________________________________________________Parent Name(s)___________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:________________________________Zip:____________Phone:________________________________Age:_______Grade:______ School:_____________________________________________________Interests:_________________________________________________Complete the quiz & puzzle then mail this page to: MOSI Readership Contest TheLaker/LutzNews P.O. Box 479 Lutz, FL33548Deadline to submit is May 11, 2012Complete our Mummy geography quiz and word search and well enter those with correct answers in a raffle for 1 FREE SUMMER CAMP SESSION at MOSI! Weekly winners receive two free passes to MOSI, including admission to an IMAX movie.Hey Kids Win A Free Summer Camp Session At MOSI Opens April 27-Largest exhibition of real human and animal mummies -Mummies dating 6,500 years from South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Ancient Egypt 4801 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL33617 www.mosi.org 813.987.6000 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge Whats HappeningWhat s Happening 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 8 The Withlacoochee Native American Indian Culture,in conjunction with Pasco County Parks and Recreation,will hold the 20th annual Mothers Day Native American Pow Wow May 11-13 at Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City.A Pow Wowis an exchange of cultures and traditions and a coming together of friends and families.Mothers Day Pow Wow activities include:storytelling, Native American displays,Plains Indians Teepees,Native American clothing and more.Admission is a $3 donation per person,and children 12 and younger are free.For more information or directions,call Mittie Wood at (352) 583-3388 or visitwww.mothersdaypowwow.embarqspace.com.Two AARP Driver Safety Courses are planned.New River Library in Zephyrhills will be the site of an AARP Driver Safety Program on May 14.Cost is $12 for members,$14 for nonmembers,and participants should bring lunch or lunch money.The course is designed for drivers 50 and older.AARP instructor Ramona Erwin will teach the class.For more information, call (813) 780-9168.A class in Wesley Chapel is planned for May 14 and 15 at Toyota on SR 54 and I-75.For more information,call Lloyd Shaw at (813) 395 8376.For other upcoming classes,call Jack Martin at (352) 588-2802.Pasco County Friends of the National Rifle Association will hold a dinner and auction May 10 at 6 p.m.at Dan Cannon Hall at the Pasco County Fairgrounds,36722 SR 52, Dade City.Tickets are $35 per person or $10 per person for those 16 years old or younger.Social hour and auction item viewing starts at 6 p.m.and the dinner at 7 p.m.There will be a cash bar.For more information or to RSVP call Randy Maggard at (352) 567-6224 or Mike Jones at (727) 857-1661.Pasco Regional Medical Center will host Womens Works,a women-only health event designed to encourage women to make their health a top priority.The event is May 10 from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m.at the Dade City Womans Club.The evening will be filled with massage,beauty tips,chocolate,skin analysis,nail and hair care,jewelry,weight loss,shopping,door prizes,hors doeuvres, wine,free health screenings and more.The first 200 women will receive a free tote bag to fill with goodies from the event.The event is free,but exhibitors will offer items for sale along with free samples,demonstrations,and free pampering.To register,call (877) 3625321 or visit PascoRegionalmc.com and look under the events tab.The Pasco County Cooperative Extension office has free workshops for May.They are: Gorgeous Grass,May 12,9 to 11 a.m.,with tips on lawn maintenance.Land OLakes Community Center,5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Hummingbird Festival,May 19,9 a.m.to 4 p.m.Hummingbirds and butterflies are flocking to the Pioneer Florida Museum for the Hummingbird Festival.Pioneer Florida Museum,15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City.Water Gardens,May 19,10 to 11 a.m.,with tips on adding a small pond to your landscape.Home Depot,10017 US19, Port Richey.Pre-registration is not required, but appreciated.Call 352-518-0156;727-8472411;813-996-2411;1-800-368-2411.Whether you sing or dance or prefer working backstage,the Pointe Players need you for a community theater production of Rodgers and Hammersteins Cinderella June 28-30.Auditions will be May 12,14 and 15, with the performer choosing one song from a Broadway-style musical and a one-minute monologue of his or her choice,using his own CD or accompanist.Ages 14 and up only.The Pointe Players meet at CrossPointe Church,919 Debuel Road,Lutz.Visit www.crosspointetampa.com to schedule an audition or interview,or call (813) 949.7727.The Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough will meet May 17 at 11 a.m.for a luncheon at Heritage Harbor Golf & Country Club,19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway,Lutz.The Newcomers meet the third Thursday of the month for lunches and special programs. Reservations and payment required by May 10 to Marianne Miller,(813) 891-9847.To learn more,visit www.newcomersnwhillsborough.com.J.F.Swartsel Masonic Lodge will hold a full menufish fry May 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. Prices are $8 for takeout and $10 dine-in. The public is welcome.The lodge is at 3109 Lutz-Lake Fern Road.Volunteers 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) 3195918 or visit RelayForLife.org/LutzFL.Eve's Garden Gifts,5602 Land OLakes Blvd. will host free bonsai tree demonstrations from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m.every Saturday in May. Gardeners are welcome to bring in their own tree for demonstration and advice.For information,call (813) 996-5012 or visit www.evesgardengifts.com.A smorgasbord of food and beverages is on tap for the Taste of Pasco May 19 from 4 to 7 p.m.at the Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse, 15323 SR 52,Land OLakes.The event will have live entertainment and a DJ,a silent auction,childrens games,activities,a bounce house,face painting and more.Proceeds benefit the mobile medical unit to serve the homeless population of Pasco County.Tickets are $25 in advance,$35 at the door.For more information,call (727) 243-1043 or email Llaton@Arbys.com.The Bay City Flyers May Fun-Fly will be May 19 from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.The event includes demonstrations of acrobatic flying of model aircraft.Pilots will demonstratelimbo flying, bomb dropping,takeoff and landing in 60 seconds,flying a figure eight around balloons and more.Pilot fee is $10 and a $3 donation from spectators is requested.The event is at Conner Preserve,22500 SR 52.For more information,call (813) 802-8970.The Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation will hold a catch and release inshore fishing tournament Fishinfor a Mission to benefit the Simpson Breast Health Center. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 9 DR. JODY PIANIN 27634 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel 866.764.4558 DR. ALYSON HOFFMAN 38103 Market Square Zephyrhills 866.854.7690May is Better Hearing Month!The Audiology and Hearing Aid Center at Florida Medical Clinic offers hearing aids to meet every hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Whether you are a current hearing aid wearer, or someone who could benet from hearing aids, you can trust our Audiologists for honest expertise and quality hearing devices. Request an appointment at www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com a.m.All proceeds will support the Simpson Breast Health Center.Registration is at 8 a.m. and an awards celebration starts at 3 p.m. The hotel is at 6800 Sunshine Skyway Lane, St.Petersburg.The fee is $250 per angler and includes boat and captain,fishing equipment,meals,goodie bag,shirt and hat and awards.For more information call (813) 783-6144 or go to www.fhzeph.org.The Wesley Chapel Wind Ensemble will perform May 20 at 3 p.m.at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel,30651 Wells Road. The concert is a fundraiser for the Fine Arts of the Suncoast Arts for Kidsprogram, which tries to preserve arts education in schools.There will be a musical theater presentation followed by a Dixieland band, brass ensemble,woodwind quintet and jazz band.Professional and student musicians will perform together.Student artists will display their artwork.Intermission will feature pizza and sodas for purchase.Tickets at the door are $5 and can be purchased at www.wesleychapelwindensemble.com.For more information,call Scott Leahy at (813) 929-6929 or visit the website.Food 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.Leadership Pasco will host the second annual Taste of Pasco May 19 from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.at the Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse to raise money for the new Mobile Medical Unit to serve the homeless population of Pasco County.The event will include food and beverage tastings from local restaurants,live entertainment,silent auction and police K9 demonstrations. Activities for children include games,a bounce house,water slide,face painting, balloon artists and more.Attendees will also have the chance to meet Toby Hall,former Tampa Bay Rays player,and Anthony Brecht, former Bucs NFL tight end.Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door (kids 12 and under free).For more information,call Krista Hakes at (813) 926-0827 ext.227 or Scott Byrnes at (727) 845-7015.The Wesley Chapel High School Athletic Booster Club will host its second annual Wildcat Golf Challenge Saturday,May 19 at 8 a.m.at Tampa Bay Golf and Country Club. The event features a lunch buffet,awards and prizes.Tickets are $65 per golfer.Team and hole sponsorships are available. Proceeds will benefit athletic programs at Wesley Chapel High.For more information, call (813) 794-8700 or visit www.wchs.pacso.k12.fl.us.Imagine Charter School will host its first annual golf tournament May 19 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club.All proceeds will help send the 8th grade class on an educational trip to Washington,D.C.in June.Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m.with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Registration is $75,which includes greens fee,cart,contest prizes and a hamburger/hotdog buffet after the tournament.The field is limited to 144 players.Register by calling Debbie Campbell at (813) 766-2648 or email alderoma@verizon.net.Sonrise Worship Center will host a Healing Conference May 25 to 27.Thes conference is free and open to the public.For more information,call (813) 948.7555 or visit sonriseworshipcenter.com. ELECTION CORNER ELECTION CORNER ELECTION CORNER ELECTION CORNER The East Pasco Networking Groups is hosting a variety of candidates for local office at upcoming meetings.The group meets the second and fourth Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m.at the Village Inn in Zephyrhills at 5421 Gall Blvd.Speakers are: May 22:Joanne Hurley,candidate for Pasco County School Board district 2. June 12:Sheriff Chris Nocco,candidate for reelection. June 26:Mike Wells,Pasco County Property Appraiser. July 10:Walter Price,candidate for Property Appraiser. July 24:Jack Marino,Pasco County Commissioner,district 5 For more information,contact Nils Lenz at (813) 782-9491 or nilslenz@gmail.com.A trade show fundraiser for Karen King,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 3,will be at All Sports Arena,7716 Rutillio Court,Port Richey,on May 8 from 5 to 8 p.m.The event is free to the public.For more information or to RSVP,email Karen@karenkingforcommissioner.com or call (727) 534-7481.The public is invited to a fundraiser and kickoff party for Matt Murphy,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 3.The event is 6 p.m.May 10 at The Blarney Stone, 7813 Mitchell Blvd.,Trinity.The suggested donation is $20.12.To RSVP email simplymurphy@gmail.com or call (727) 375-8307.A prime rib dinner to benefit Ron Oakley,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 1,will be May 12 at 6 p.m.at the Dade City Business Center.The event features local recording artist Ashley Shannon,and tickets are $25.For more information,call (813) 7148548. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Helping deserving people prove they are eligible for Social Security disability benefits has been a lifelong mission for Ronald Koster. The Carrollwood attorney began his career in 1973 working for the Social Security Administration, joining the agency not long after completing law school at the University of Colorado. After 10 years of assisting judges and writing decisions ruling if someone qualified for benefits, Koster decided to take his inside knowledge of Social Security law and go into private practice. I wanted to help people navigate the often cumbersome process by being their advocate, said Koster. Even after close to 40 years immersed in the complexities of Social Security, Koster still finds great enjoyment in his work. It is very gratifying to help someone qualify so they receive the financial assistance they earned and deserved to live life to the fullest, he said. Koster is selective in the cases he accepts. He only works with clients who he believes qualify for benefits and those with strong legal arguments for appealing a denial. Of all the people who call, about 70 percent may have a case, said Koster.Many of Kosters clients are people who have been denied benefits because their impairment is not one of the identifiable conditions listed in 14 sections of Social Security Regulations that presume a disability.Koster tells the story of a woman who was incapacitated by a rare medical condition only diagnosed in about 100 women worldwide. Because her illness was not listed in the Regulations, Koster had to provide evidence at her appeal hearing that she had the disease and why it prevented her from working. The case was successfully overturned and the woman received four years of back benefits, as well as monthly benefits and Medicare moving forward. Every disability claim that has been denied can be appealed. Its during this appellate process, Koster explains, that hiring a legal firm experienced with the Social Security process can make a significant difference in a denial being overturned. I see the injustices with the system and understand what needs to be done to help people get through the appeal process, said Koster. There are many impairments not found in the Regulations that render a person disabled. Our job is to present medical and other evidence which proves a persons impairments and why they do not allow them to work. Koster said most people file their initial Social Security disability claim online without legal counsel. His firm typically does not become involved until a claim has been denied. Social Security law is complicated as hell. Perusing an appeal through the multistage process is no easy task, said Koster. It is one of the most difficult areas of law to practice, right up there with tax laws. Koster invites people wanting to know if they may qualify for Social Security disability to give his office a call. There is no charge for the initial consultation, and if he decides to take on the case, all legal fees are paid through Social Security monies he successfully secures for the client.Helping folks qualify for Social Security disability is a rewarding career Ronald J. Koster, P.A.813-264-7997 www.disabilitylawtampa.com14499 Dale Mabry N. Grand Plaza Tampa 33618 Ronald Koster

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Contempo School of Dance is now registering for exciting SUMMER CAMPS :Princess and Pirate Musical Theater Boys Sports The Nutcracker Girls Rock!We also offer a summer class session in July! 24148 S.R. 54, Lutz (813) 948-3262www.contempodance.com DANCE EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION For more information contact: CLUB CONNERTON 21100 FOUNT AIN GARDEN WAY LAND OLAKES,FL 34638813-996-5800"For fun and excitement this summer, Connerton Summer Day Camp is the place to be! Campers will participate in a large variety of activities including indoor and outdoor sports, games, arts & crafts, special events and plenty of time in our Super Pool & Water Park. 8 week summer camp June 11th-Aug 10th Monday-Friday 9am-4:30pm Before & After Care AvailableOpen Registration Begins April 30th Weekly Rate $115 per child Multi-Child Discount: 10% off each additional child when registering at the same time as the first child ALL OUR COUNSELORS ARE CERTIFIED IN CPR & FIRST AIDCONNERTON SUMMER DAY CAMP 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 6-15-12Worried About Report Cards?Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge then this is the summer camp for you!If your child lovesARTARTYou Do the DishesART ARTFest 2012for children 7-13 workshop will be held Moday-Friday 10am 4pm15357 Amberly Dr. Tampa, FL813-975-1700June 11-15, 18-22,25-29; July 9-13, 16-20, 23-27 July 30-August 3; August 6-10includes print making, drawing, watercolor, acrylics, collage, origami & pottery painting. Cost: $210 per session(all materials included) Children should bring their own snack & lunch. Space is limited. Call for details. Advance sign-up is necessary PREMIERE IN-DOOR PARTY CENTER 35938 S.R. 54 Zephyrhills, FL33541ONLY 15 MINUTES FROM WESLEY CHAPEL813-788-3484Babies to Teens Clean, Safe, Air Conditioned2-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 THE ULTIMATE IN COMPETITIVE SOCCER TRAINING! SPECIAL GIRLS ACADEMY PROGRAM!Professional Coaching Quality Training Player Developmentu9-u19 Competitive Tryouts May 29th June 2ndWWW.FCTAMPARANGERS.COM 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 10 Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is accepting applications for medical staff for its fall 2012 opening. A member of the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division and Adventist Health System, the largest Protestant not-for-profit health care system in the United States,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel will include the latest state-of-the-art surgical and radiological equipment.The hospital has been designed to grow rapidly with the community and can expand to 291 beds in the years ahead without impacting daily operations. The hospital will serve residents of Pasco,northern Hillsborough and southern Hernando counties and is looking for medical staff.For more information about submitting an application,contact the hospital at (813) 929-5496 or email julie.harrelson@ahss.org.Professionals interested in employment positions with the hospital should visit http://www.fhwesleychapel.com/careers.html.The Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54 in Trinity,is hosting a pair of womens health classes in May.The first will discuss options for bladder control issues May 11 at 1 p.m. Dr.David DiPazza will lead the program.The second is on minimally invasive robotic gynecologic surgery led by Dr.Parveen Vahora on May 23 at 5:30 p.m.For more information or to sign up,call (727) 834-5630 or visit www.medicalcentertrinity.com.Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54, hosts a bi-weekly support group called Chatterboxes for those with communications difficulties.The next meeting is May 10 from 3 to 4 p.m.The focus of the meetings is to help those suffering from problems after cerebral vascular accidents or other neurological disorders.Anyone is welcome. Caregivers and spouses are encouraged to attend.For more information,call (727) 8450757.The Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,is offering a community education class called Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight.The next date is May 24 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian the fourth Thursday of every month. The class explores basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle,including food choices and balancing these choices with exercise. Participants will learn: How to find a healthy weight Calorie control through balancing calories in to calories out How to boost metabolism How to be more active Reservations are required.For more information and to sign up,call (727) 834-5630.The Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,offers a community education class called Nutrition & Diabetes.The next class is May 23 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Wednesday of every month. The class presents information on the basic principles of nutrition,including how food affects blood glucose.Participants will learn: Carbohydrate counting Meal planning and timing Label reading and portion control Eating out with diabetes Reservations are required.For more information and to sign up,call (727) 834-5630.Dr.Mohsin Shah,a neurosurgeon,is the featured speaker for an upcoming lecture on updates in advanced stroke interventions at the Heart Institute of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson.The free class is May 30 at 3 p.m.Stroke is the nations third leading cause of death and leading cause of long-term disability.Shah will discuss the different types of stroke and treatment options.Refreshments will be served.Reservations are required,and can be made by calling (727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119.Local residents can participate in a study at Medical Center of Trinity.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 Societys research.The study will help researchers better understand the lifestyle,environmental and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer.An in-person enrollment survey is needed before the study begins,which takes 20 to 30 minutes.At home,individuals will complete a packet that asks for information on lifestyle,behavioral and other factors related to health.Additional information will be gathered during the following years. Many individuals diagnosed with cancer struggle to answer the question What caused my cancer?said Dr.Alpa Patel in a release.In many cases we dont know the answer.(This) will help us better understand what factors cause cancer,and once we know that we can be better equipped to prevent cancer. Researchers will use the data to build on evidence from a series of studies that began in the 1950s that collectively involved millions of participants.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 showed the impact of air pollution on heart and lung conditions. For more information or to learn how to become involved,visit www.cps3pasco.org, email cps3@cancer org or call (888) 6045888.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first-come,first-serve basis.Send all information to news@cnewspubs.com at least two weeks prior to an event.HEALTH & WELLNESS Dr. Mohsin Shah

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Customers soon become lifelong friends at The Greenery Nursery The Greenery Nursery and Garden Center5104 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, said Will, owner of The Greenery Nursery and Garden Center in Land O Lakes. Wills uncanny memory and attention to detail are evidence of how much he loves his customers and the nursery business. Ive been doing this for over 25 years and I still wake up every morning excited to go to work, 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 fathers 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, said Will. Perhaps its because of Wills 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, 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 Greenerys 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, 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, said Will. Will credits The Greenerys 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, 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, said Will. If a plant doesnt meet our standards, then it should not be in anyones garden. 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, 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. 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.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 11

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Each semifinalist will then receive a $150 mall gift card to purchase items to combine with one personal item from his or her wardrobe to create a trendsetting outfit. Online voting by the public will determine which semifinalists will get to compete in the shopping centers live Style-Off in September. Each of the four monthly winners, along with a wild-card entry based on number of votes, will receive an additional $200 gift card to be used at the mall to create another outfit for the live Style-Off at The Shops at Wiregrass on Sept. 6 in celebration of Fashions Night Out. A panel of judges will determine the winner. The Shops at Wiregrass winner, along with winners from the 14 other Forest City Enterprises shopping centers, will compete in an online National Style-Off. Each regional winner will receive a $1,000 mall gift card, as well as another $200 gift card to create a trendsetting outfit for the National Style-Off. 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He supervises Citizens Support Services, which oversees parking enforcement, speed trailers, security patrols, neighborhood watches, plus the mounted posse, chaplains, reserve deputies and 300 volunteers. The meeting will be at the Land O Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O Lakes Blvd. PACA is a not-for-profit organization of 68 Pasco County homeowner associations, community development districts and condominium associations. It assists members by educating them on common issues and finding solutions to shared problems. It also represents the interests of members before all levels of government. For more information, call David Quinones at (813) 991-1505 or visit www.MyPACA.org.

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Suncoast Trail in Lutz,said more track would be welcome,even if the gap remains. A lot of the runners talk about how theyd like more trail to run on,McLane said.It gives more people the chance to be outside and see more of the nature in their backyard. McLane added the trail can get crowded on nice weekend mornings,so additional pathway would provide more space. The new trail will go along the west side of Brooker Creek Headwaters Nature Preserve in Odessa.Sanders said that is to allow more people see the park.He added cyclists will have to leave bikes at available stands in order to go through the preserve. The extension project,which will take about 13 months,includes adding a 53space parking lot,bathrooms and picnic shelters on Lutz-Lake Fern just west of the Suncoast Parkway,along with water stations every 2 miles. County records estimate about 100,000 people use the Upper Tampa Trail each year.Fifteen-year-old Martin Astigarraga of Wesley Chapel,said his mom,Peggy,is always looking after him. She gives me a ride to church every day,basically.She listens to me when I have problems,when I need help with something.Shes always there for me.Sonny Caliskan, 42,shared this memory about his mom, Mufide Caliskan,who has passed away. I was 22 years old.I went bankrupt from my first business.I really didnt even have a penny to buy cigarettes. My mom she came up with this money and she gave it to me.It was $1,100. I started a new business and became very successful. He now owns four vendor stands,including Lily and Max at The Shops at Wiregrass, and a warehouse business.Thirteen-year-old Alexsis Torres,of Wesley Chapel,said her mom Anna Sonnier,knows how to lift her spirits. When I have a bad day at school, shell buy me something comforting.She gives me cake or Gummy Bears.She either surprises me,or we go to the store and shell buy me stuff. She works at the hospital.Each time that Im sick,she brings me home a teddy bear. Kimberly Pita,15,of Wesley Chapel,said her mom,Maria Pita,knows how to make her feel special. I got an honor roll certificate and she made my favorite meal.It was something called tingas. Those are like tortillas with pulled chicken and you put whatever you want on them, like sour cream,tomatoes,said the girl,who was born in Puerto Rico. Her mom grew up in Puerto Rico and the teenager lived there until she was 10, but then the family moved.We moved here because they wanted to give us a better life.Ruth Laguna,who is 40,said her mother, Orlet Saldarriaga,who lives in Colombia, South America,keeps her straight spiritually.Momma is always with me in my good times and my bad times.She is my support,the New Tampa woman said. I live with my two kids here,and when I cant handle them and theyre driving me crazy,I call my mom. Shes a really Christian person.She always had the right thing to say.She has the right verse go read this.(Her mom tells her) Wake up early in the morning and pray.Put everything in Gods hands.Berenice Blanco recalls the difficulty of recovering from the delivery of her first baby,Joshua, who arrived by cesarean section nine years ago. But another memory is even more vivid for the 36-year-old Wesley Chapel woman. It was the loving care her mother, Lucinda Martinez who lives in Venezuela, displayed following the delivery. She came here to take care of me, Blanco said.She cooked for me,made me feel better.She made me everything that she knew that I liked,she said. Sonny Caliskan Martin Astigarraga Alexsis Torres Kimberly Pita Ruth Laguna Berenice Blanco Continued from page 1 Trail project factsExtension length: 4.35 miles Trail gap: 4 miles Project cost: $4 million Project length: 13 months Project amenities:53-space parking lot, water stations,picnic shelters,bathroomsphilosophies,and by doing this we pool the best soccer resources together.It started as trying to bring the best kids together,but to develop as many kids its bringing the best coaches together too so every kid has a place to play and become a better player. The merger would affect more than 3,200 players and would give the new league four soccer complexes;two central locations at Ed Radice Complex in Odessa and at Carrollwood Village and another in South Tampa at Monroe Middle. The agreement is far from finalized as Hillsborough and Pasco county commissioners and the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) have to approve the merger. FYSA program specialist Cody McGhee said the association isnt scheduled to vote on any merger until its meetings in August, but the process can be sped up. Hillsborough parks director Mark Thornton said they have no problem with the merger,but Pasco has reservations. Our department does not support the merger between Pasco-supported CPUSA and the Tampa Bay club out of Hillsborough County,said Pasco Parks and Recreation Director Rick Beckman.There are too many issues and concerns. CPUSA is county co-sponsored,which means it receives money and support from Pascos government including maintenance of the eight fields at the Land OLakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway.Beckman said public funding is one of the main reasons why they are against the merger.The taxpayers need to have answers to their questions,and I think we have the right answers for them,Sims said.We arent going to do anything without Pasco Countys blessing. Sims said they already pay to maintain the Hillsborough fields.There has also been pushback from people worried the Pasco fields would be dominated by Hillsborough players moving north.Pasco County has some concerns,but theyre valid concerns,Sims said.Central Pasco isnt going to change.We have nine fields at Ed Radice and five in the south. Theres plenty of space so the kids play where they live.We just want to build Central Pasco up.We recognize that Central Pasco runs a good program. Central Pasco has had a very good younger program from U9 to U12,Sims continued.We dont want people traveling all over at that age.We want them to play where they live and stay in Land OLakes, and then at U13 they can try out for a premier team at the other facilities. Sims added many CPUSA players have in the past joined other clubs after U12,making it hard to fill rosters of the older teams. If theyre going to be a feeder program, then it should be something theyre a part of,Sims said.Not one for other clubs.If approved,CPUSA would operate as TBUPasco.It would be the second merger involving TBU in as many years following the combining of Hillsborough County United (HCU) and RSL Florida,based in South Tampa.A lot of the talk over the last 10 years about Florida youth soccer is about our inability to compete at a regional and national level, Sims said.There have been a few teams from Florida that have won regionals,but its few and far between.What we saw in other states like Texas,North Carolina and Georgia is they have big clubs that stretch over multiple counties,where we have 20-something clubs in Hillsborough.So everything is very spread out.The goal isnt to merge with as many clubs as possible and take over Tampa Bay or anything like that,Sims continued.We want to make sure were bringing in good soccer players,coaches and volunteers that you need to run a good soccer program.The first merger that created TBU increased player numbers and licensed coaches, which Sims said has improved the clubsplay.In the FYSA state cup we advanced 11 teams to the round of 16,which is more than any other club in Florida,Sims said. Were able to do more things because we have more players.Its been a very good thing for soccer in this area. Sims also sees the merger helping Central Pascos economy.We also want to bring more tournaments to that facility,Sims said.Theres a big October tournament that creates an estimated $7 million economic impact in one weekend.We also host other tournaments that create a lot of tourism.SOCCER,from page 1 The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe Lutz Civic Association has accepted applications from four candidates vying for the honor of becoming the Lutz Guvna 2012.The candidates are Karin DAmico,sponsored by the civic association;Robin LeBlanc,proprietor of Good Behavior Dog Training;Brian Vindick,proprietor of Philly Cream of Tampa;and Connie Dorton,proprietor of the Dorton family. The Guvna kickoff will be May19 at theOld Lutz School House,18819US 41 N.,from 2 to 4 p.m.The event will feature a candidate debate,food,games and music. 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Voted Floridas No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity SportsBy Jeff OdomThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentA week ago the Gaither baseball team was crowned the Class 7A-District 9 champions,but coach Frank Permuy felt disrespected. His squad was seeded fourth in the event and not many gave the Cowboys (17-9-1) a chance to move on.Now they have advanced to the regional semifinals after defeating Clearwater 7-2 at home May 2. To me,this shows we didnt give up,Permuy said.I know a lot of people gave up on us,some of our own fans gave up on us and thought we were going nowhere,but we have a lot of seniors on this team and their senior leadership finally kicked in. Gaithers offense struck in the first inning when Oscar Mercado singled to center field.Jose Gonzalez reached on an error followed by a Matt Frey bases-clearing triple. Cowboys senior pitcher Evan Gainey (6-4,1.38 ERA) kept the Tornadoes (6-22) on their heels throughout the contest,allowing his only earned run on a two-out wild pitch in the second. He said while he didnt feel it was his best performance,sticking to the basics and a reliable defense kept him going. I just threw first-pitch strikes,and that meant the world to me because the previous game (against Steinbrenner) I was doing a rough job,Gainey said.Im glad my defense helped me. He finished allowing four hits with seven strikeouts in a complete game victory. Gaither continued to pour it on in the fourth while leading by three.A single by Cody Robinson and another Clearwater error allowed Jake Gowen to get on base. Eddie Pastrana brought home pinch runner Tyler Tyson to extend the lead to four.The Cowboys added two more when Mercado smacked a two-RBI double to left field. Permuy said just because Clearwater came into the game with six wins,doesnt mean it was a cakewalk for his squad. Its sometimes hard to get up for those games,Permuy said.We played Chamberlain earlier in the year and 10-run ruled them twice,and the district tournament came around and we won 8-6.So anything couldve happened. The Tornadoesattempted comeback in the seventh started with an unearned run, but Gainey kept his cool to seal the victory. I just fought hard,and I knew that I could throw strikes because my defense would have me there,Gainey said.I just focused. I had a lot of confidence. With the win,Gaither hosts Seminole May 8 at 7 p.m.Permuy said he has a little bit of history with the Warhawks (23-4),and added his squad will be ready. We know theyre a baseball powerhouse,Permuy said.The last time I went to Seminole in the district tournament they nohit me. I havent forgotten that yet.The Freedom baseball team lost the first playoff game in program history,falling 6-1 at Seminole in the Class 7A regional semifinals May 2.The Patriots (15-10) managed only two hits off Warhawks (23-4) starting pitcher Jordan Doyle.The Bishop McLaughlin baseball team couldnt do much with the pitching of Lakeland Christian on the road in the Class 3A regional quarterfinals May 3,falling 4-0. Vikings (16-9) starting pitcher Logan Browning worked the first six innings with 12 strikeouts,while reliever Grant McKown closed the contest with another two Ks.The Hurricanes (18-10) managed only four hits.South Pasco Predators win bigThe Jr.Peewee and Jr.Midget cheerleading squads from the South Pasco Predators claimed several championships this season,the first for the program. Both teams won titles at the Battle of the Bay in March while also earning the most spirited award.Jr.Peewee followed that up by winning at the CCE Florida Finals April 28 for its age group while also hoisting the grand champion trophy in the novice level. Jr.Peewee members include Rilee Mastrino,Savannah Keller,Ariel Sweet,Kylee Brown,Abigial Runkel,Gabriella HambrickJones,Arianna Garcia,Elizabeth Harmon, Emma Runkel,Amanda Uliano and Quianna Rosas with coaches Samantha Adamo and Kayla Hensley. Jr.Midgets are Kloee Cirasuolo,Sydni Cole, Savannah Coll,Tamera Davis,Alexis Forrester, 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 OUTSamantha Frix,Brianna Garcia,Kiarra Garcia, Christina Gregory,Taylor Hambrick,Krysten Hart,Isabella Keller,Jasmin Lugo,Karlie Mintzer,Samantha Morera,Leah Palacio, Rachel Passarello,Allison Price,Sarah Rubinstein,Darby Spiegel,Haylee Stafford, Hope Wainraich and coach Bridget Forrester. Cheer coordinators Laurel Keller and Kym Cole direct both programs.Warriors youth basketball campSteinbrenner girls basketball coaches will lead a camp for boys and girls ages 8 to 16 at the school gym,5575 W.Lutz-Lake Fern Road, June 25 to 28 from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.The cost is $80 per player,$140 for two siblings or $200 for three siblings.The camp will focus on fundamentals and using skills as a team,while also competing in various events like free throw shooting.Awards will be given at the end of the week.For more information or to sign up, call coach J.R.Allen at (813) 792-5131 or email warriorbasketballcamp@gmail.com.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Academy at the Lakes softball teams playoff run ended May 1 at home,losing 3-1 in the Class 2A regional finals to Quincy Munroe.The Wildcats (14-5) were able to get runners on against the Bobcats (15-6),recording 10 hits,but stranded 11 including six in scoring position.The academy loaded the bases twice,but failed to capitalize on either chance.Munroe had only six hits but managed to score three times in the third without one. The first run came off a double steal and two more crossed home after errors were committed during a rundown created after a fielders choice. Errors killed us in this game,said sophomore shortstop Lauren Evans.We just could not get the bat on the ball when we needed it. Those three runs were all Bobcats pitcher Haleigh Corbally would need.The senior used 134 pitches to strike out 13 batters with one walk in her seven innings of work. Therere no cupcakes at the regionals, said Wildcats coach Jerry English.These are some of the eight best 2A teams in the state. You cant have an off day,and we didnt have an off day.They had a good day.Evans drove in the academys only run in the fifth inning.She finished 2-for-4,as did freshman first baseman Talia Pardo.Freshman center fielder and leadoff hitter Skyler Boynton had four hits and two doubles.Skylers sister,junior Sydney Boynton, pitched seven innings of six-hit ball for the academy,posting eight strikeouts and two walks.The Wildcats did get deeper in the postseason than any other team in program history while also winning their first district championship.The academy will likely have most of its players back as only one player, Amelia Oliver,is a senior. We had a good season,Evans said.We fought hard all year.Were a young team and most of us will be back next year.I think well use this to come back and get even farther next year.Wildcats bow out in elite eight Gainey paces Cowboys to win over Clearwater Gaither senior pitcher Evan Gainey allowed one earned run in a complete-game win while striking out five. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Cowboys junior shortstop Oscar Mercado had three hits and two RBI in a 7-2 win in the regional quarters. By Jeff OdomThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentFour Steinbrenner student-athletes were awarded scholarships from the schools athletic booster club May 4. Seniors Sara Bair (girls golf),Cary Anne Bame (volleyball/flag football),Zach Rocca (boys track) and Tom Mazzetti (boys tennis) each received $500 toward their education and a plaque that will be displayed inside the school. The four applied for the award earlier this year,but none were told they had won when called out of class. I didnt know what the pass was for when they gave it to me,so I just walked into the media center not knowing what was going on,said Bair,who will attend University of Florida.She added,When I came in,I saw my mom and I thought back real quickly to my application,and I was just shocked. While he wasnt told about the ceremony,Mazzetti said he saw his mother and knew something was happening.I was in class seventh period and we had a substitute,said Mazzetti,who will attend Florida State University (FSU).I was taking the attendance sheet (to the office),and I was going down the stairs and I ran into my mom and Im like What are you doing here?and she said somethings a surprise. So I went up here and it turns out all of the hard work paid off.Bame,a three-year volleyball team captain,was also awarded the David Logan Scholarship from Bright House Sports Network May 3.She said receiving both honors in consecutive days is one of the best moments of her high school career.Its a good way to kind of close it out,said Bame,who will attend FSU.Its just weird,because its all over now.Its kind of neat closing out this year of high school sports.813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 16 Steinbrenner athletes awarded scholarships Cary Anne Bame Gaither senior outfielder Eddie Pastrana slides in for one of his two doubles in his squads playoff win against Clearwater May 2.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 17 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLast year,Paul Barretts track season ended with a ninth-place finish in the 300meter hurdles prelims,one spot from making the finals. The Gaither seniors goal was to make the finals.He didnt expect to be standing on top of the medal stand with the Class 3A state championship around his neck. It wasnt my smoothest race,but it was my fastest,Barrett said.He broke his own school record by finishing in 37.29 seconds May 4 at the University of North Florida.He is the second state champion in the programs 27-year history following Scott Lavells 3,200 5A title in 1995.Paul had unfinished business from last year,said second-year Cowboys coach Jeff Ditman.Hes been on a mission. Barrett was seeded first following a regional championship the week before but said he didnt feel like the favorite.His track season started several weeks late because he was on Gaithers soccer team that reached the state semifinals.The 6-foot-1.5, 175-pounder was also a wide receiver on the Cowboys football team that made the regional finals in November. It just goes to show you that you dont have to specialize in one sport to shine, Ditman said.He shines in all three.For him to be able to do this on the track in his last high school event is amazing.It shows what a complete athlete and individual Paul Barrett is.Hes going out on top,and thats exactly where he deserves to be. Barretts journey toward a state crown started at Alonso as a freshman.He started doing the hurdles because the Ravens were loaded with talent. I went to hurdles so Id get to compete, Barrett said. Barrett didnt run hurdles when he came to Gaither as a sophomore,but returned to it last season.He said the big difference this year was he was pushed by freshman Samson Moore. If I didnt have someone like Samson I dont think I would have gotten this far, Barrett said.Id always try to get a better time than him because Im a senior and hes a freshman. Moore placed second in the 110 hurdles by breaking his own school record of 14.29, 0.58 off the championship pace set by Miami Northwestern junior Artie Burns.He echoed Barretts sentiments. Its great having Paul to help me, Samson said.I cant put into words what its been like this year. Ditman was pleased both athletes showed maturity and composure on the biggest stage. Its this type of thing that gets a program jump started,Ditman said.It really shows that track is such a unique sport because you get out exactly what you put in. These two have a lot of natural ability yes, but they have the work ethic to capitalize on that ability that allows them to do things like this.Hopefully it opens peoples eyes to track and field at Gaither,and the potential and possibilities it has for them.Steinbrenner track and field athletes left the Class 3A state meet May 4 in Jacksonville with four medals.The boys 4x800-meter relay team set a new school record by finishing in 7 minutes 57.82 seconds,good enough for fourth place.I was happy we ran a new school record,said Zach Lima,who ran the second leg.We wanted to medal;we wanted to place on the medal stand,but its bittersweet because of course we were hoping to win.Tyler Lima,Zachs twin,said they had a plan for the race. Its all about pace,said Tyler,who ran leadoff.Were all cross country guys,so were used to running on pace.If you get off pace in the first 200,youre going to be off the whole race.We did that and then went all out on our last laps. Tanner Biles,who ran the third leg,transferred from Freedom this season.It was his first trip to states. I love these guys,Biles said.Its great to go his far with them,and its great that the school is becoming known for its distance runners. Matt Magee closed the race,passing Miami Central on the final lap.All the runners are juniors,giving them another year to improve. Were going to train hard to get back here next year,Magee said.We want that state championship. Three of the four competed again more than six hours later.Magee ran the 800 (11th place,1:57.87) and the twins competed in the 3,200,where Tyler medaled (seventh place,9:35.71) and Zach took 10th (9:42.64). Senior Alexis Wright earned the other two medals,finishing fifth in the girls triple jump (38 feet 4 inches) and the 100 hurdles (14.75).Each performance is better than what she did last year when she placed second in the 2A triple (36-11.75) and won 100 hurdles (15.05). Its the state meet,Wright said.You can either wake up or just slouch over,and at least I can say I didnt slouch over today.I gave my best in everything I did,and if this is what I receive Im totally grateful. The University of Miami bound Wright wanted a second state crown but is happy to have five medals in her high school career. Its been great to have some time to reflect back on where I was when I started with the hurdles and the triple to where Im at now,Wright said.I never thought Id be here.Being able to say I made it here to represent not only Steinbrenner High School, but even Hillsborough County is an honor. Im blessed and grateful for coach (Bob) Ennis,Wright continued.Hes my hurdles and triple jump coach,and he helped get me here.Coach (Ladd) Baldwin,our head coach,helped us find the right spots. Im proud,but a little depressed because its my senior year;my last event.Freedom junior Sandra Akachukwu earned medals in all four of her events at the Class 4A track and field state meet May 5 at the University of North Florida. The King transfer took third in the high jump (5 feet six inches),fifth in the long jump (18-3.75),seventh in the 200-meter (25.06 seconds) and eighth in the 100 (12.33).It is Akachukwus second trip to states after making it in the high last year where she placed sixth (5). Gaither boys track coach Jeff Ditman examines Paul Barretts 300 hurdles championship medal. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)Paul Barrett: King of the hurdles Cowboys freshman Samson Moore broke his own school record by running a 14.29 to place second in the 110 hurdles at states.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 18 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Even after 41 years, Matt Safon still loves rebuilding transmissions. It is a skill (many consider it a talent) that he learned from his father while a boy in Miami. My dad not only had a transmission shop, but also ran a school where he certified technicians in rebuilding transmissions, said Safon. I learned from the best and have been at it ever since. Safon brings this multi-generational knowledge of transmissions to his customers at ATS All Car Care in Land O Lakes. I dont have any hobbies dont own a boat, dont fish just love working on cars, he said. Before becoming owner of ATS All Car Care, Safon spent 5 years in Miami working for his father and the next 32 working for AAMCO Transmission in Florida, California, New York and Maryland. He bought his shop, previously known as Wholesale Transmissions, about 4 years ago. It is located on US 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts and ABC Pizza. He wanted to own his own shop so he could work directly with customers. I like being able to explain what the problem is and how to best fix it. I can be more personable with the customer and make him more comfortable with the whole process, said Safon. Owning a shop also allows Safon to set his own schedule. If a customer has a problem with his transmission, I can fix it right away so it doesnt get put on the back burner and become a bigger problem later on, Safon said. Safon typically rebuilds transmissions in three days or less. My fast turn around really helps people who cannot afford to be without their vehicle for two weeks or more, which other transmission shops often require, said Safon. The master technician also rebuilds transmissions for less than other shops because he keeps his overhead low. We typically charge around $1,500 for most of the transmissions we rebuild about half what the major chains like AAMCO charge, said Safon. He guarantees his rebuilt transmissions with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty and also offers extended warranties.JoAnn Smith of Carrollwood is a very satisfied customer of ATS All Car Care. I brought in my grandsons car to have his transmission rebuilt and I was very pleased with Matts knowledge and honesty, said Smith. His service was quick, honest and the cost very reasonable. Its a bit of a drive for me, but its worth it to get an honest technician you can trust and good service at a fair price. Im so glad I found Matt. About 75% of the work Safon does at his shop is transmission work. But he also takes care of normal maintenance and service for both domestic and foreign vehicles, including brakes, air conditioning, differentials, engines, alternators, and comprehensive diagnostics, including check engine lights. I can fix anything that comes into the shop, said Safon. I work closely with customers on costs and come up with a plan to repair their vehicle so they can afford to have the work done, said Safon.Rebuilding transmissions still a passion after 41 years 3929 American Plaza Blvd Land O Lakes813-995-2885Automatic Transmission SpecialistsATS All Car Care SPORTS By Andy WarrenerThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentAbout 5 percent of high school football players get to compete in college,but the dream doesnt have to die for those who dont sign with the Bulls,Gators or Seminoles. The United Football Federation (UFF) is giving that opportunity to serious weekend warriors. The 18-team league includes the Anclote Pirates, which play home games at Wesley Chapel High.The third-year club is having a breakout year,qualifying for the playoffs after going 8-2 in the regular season. Most of the Pirates,which range in age from 19 to 52,played high school ball,and some played a bit in college.Many have aspirations at playing in bigger leagues,but the team is far from being a group of twentysomethings working part-time jobs waiting for their big break.The majority is realistic and have full-time careers. All athletes and coaches work on a voluntary basis.The only people there are those who want to be. Wide receiver Jet Parker,22,is one of the few who still have a shot at playing Arena or Canadian football.He scored two touchdowns and totaled 165 yards in the Pirates regular-season finale against the Broward Cowboys. I was born a football player,Parker said. What else am I gonna do? Bryan Littlejohn is the opposite.The 26year-old defensive lineman is an appliance technician and really plays for fun.Ive got nothing else to do on Saturdays, Littlejohn said.In the same boat is Pasco County firefighter Tom Dutton,34, who loves the sport and admits,theres nothing like actually playing. The Pirates do just that in full pads with full contact.They even hire referees for games. We use NFL rules,but we officiate like its college,said referee Gary Merlino.Instead of just throwing the flag,we usually just try to calm the kid down. UFF games can get chippy.Two fights nearly broke out during Anclotes 32-22 loss to Broward April 21,but the bad blood bleeds out by the end of the game. I just love the game,said Pirates owner Andy Villamarzo,who plays running back and returns punts. Villamarzo started the team the same year the league formed in 2010;a rough 3-7 season.They mired through a 2-8 campaign in 2011 but have reversed their fortunes in 2012. I did some recruiting this off season, Villamarzo said.Its really a chance for kids that maybe screwed up in high school. Maybe they have a chance to move on. The Pirates lost their final regular season game.They trailed 26-0 at halftime,but rallied to close the final score to 32-22.They are the second seed in the playoffs. They square off against county rival,the Pasco Hitmen,May 12 in the first round of the postseason at Elsie Logan Memorial Park in Shady Hills at 3 p.m.Admission is $7 for those ages 12 and older,$5 for ages 6-12 and free for anyone younger than 5.Football dreams live past high school Anclote Pirates owner and player Andy Villamarzo formed the team in 2010. (Photos by Andy Warrener) Anclote coach Scott Fisk talks with his team during a break in the action April 21. The Laker / Lutz NewsCommunity News Publications813.909.2800 / cnewspubs.com The advertising team of Community News Publications, parent company of The Laker and Lutz News, received 15 awards at the 2012 Awards for Excellence competition sponsored by Community Papers for Florida. Graphic artist Stefanie Burlingame, who designed 11 of the companys awardwinning ads, took top honors with a Judges Choice award for a half-page color ad for Cameo Salon and Spa in Lutz. I love the bold colors and dominant photo, cited the judge nominating the Cameo ad. The font works perfect with the style of the ad. Its crisp, clean, attentiongetting, informative and effective. Art director Matthew Mistretta was recognized for his design work for the 2012 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and for an automotive ad for ATS All Car Care in Land O Lakes. This years contest saw a record number of entries, with 953 submissions by member newspapers and magazines. Community News Publications was among the top three newspaper groups in the state honored for the quality and impact of its advertising design. Its especially meaningful to be recognized for our creative work when considering there were so many entries, said Publisher Diane Kortus. We competed against some very large newspaper groups and it says much for the talent here at our papers that we were one of the of the top three newspaper groups recognized. Good advertising design is important, Kortus said, because a well-designed ad generates more customers and sales for businesses that promote their products and services through advertising in The Laker and Lutz News. It is very gratifying to create and publish award-winning ads that generate new and repeat business for local businesses, said Kortus.Judges ChoiceCameo Salon & SpaFirst PlaceAdvertising Campaign: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Professional Services, to page color: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Professional Services, less than page color: Image Printing, Land O Lakes Retail Advertising, black & white: Book Swap, Wesley Chapel Theme Promotion: Servin It Up restaurant page, Community News Publications Agency Produced Ad: Americas Milk ProcessorSecond PlaceRetail Advertising, more than page color: Pet City, Land O Lakes AutomotiveAdvertising, black and white: GCS Driving Academy Professional Services, less than page color: Browning United, Lakeland Professional Services, more than page color: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Self Promotion in Paper: Community News Publications Sales Kit/Media Package: Community News PublicationsThird PlaceBest Creative Content: 2012 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Directory AutomotiveAdvertising, black and white: ATS All Car CareThe Laker/Lutz News Ad Staff Wins 15 Design Awards

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The Bulls suffered through a 0-10 campaign last season and were outscored 410-46. The players are out to show the sixth-year program is more like what was on the field in 2010. We all have that internal drive to go out and prove what were all about, said sophomore wide receiver Tyre Creary. Junior quarterback Jake Day added, Not that we wanted to go 0-10 at all, but its something that motivates every one of us. The guys who will be seniors want to get us back on top.The falloff was great, but not completely unexpected. Wiregrass Ranch lost 49 combined seniors after the 2009 and 2010 seasons, but bring back most of the core this year. The Bulls return leading rusher Eli Galvan, a freshman, who had 317 yards on 59 carries and a touchdown. Wiregrass Ranch also brings back its leading receiver in junior Ryan Shea, who snagged 15 catches for 191 yards and a score. Also adding to the receiving corps are towering 6-foot-9 sophomore James Jackson (three catches, 40 yards) and the speedy Creary (14 catches, 182 yards). Day began last year as the Bulls starting quarterback, but a concussion in Week 1 against Wesley Chapel and another against Gaither in Week 4 derailed any chance for him to get settled under center. He completed 14-of-58 passes for 226 yards and two scores, and said he is completely healed. I feel so much more comfortable now, Day said. Ive been going to football camps and doing everything to get better as a quarterback and player. Wiregrass Ranch also has three players competing for the quarterback spot in freshmen Zach Davidson and Shane Bucenell and sophomore Zack Drury.The defense graduated its top four tacklers and top two sackers, but get a talent infusion from inside linebacker Xavier Wilson. The 6foot-2, 190-pound junior moved from Virginia last December; too late to play but soon enough to be a part of winter workouts.Ive already seen a lot of improvement, Wilson said. He said the defense is working to win games on its own. Ill put it the way coach says it: Were going to try and outscore the offense, Wilson said. Were not just making turnovers. We want to score.All the players want to get their first win since Nov. 5, 2010, a 35-7 victory against Hudson, but fourth-year coach Jeremy Shobe said the focus is on smaller goals this spring.Weve talked about eliminating mistakes and focusing on the here and now, Shobe said. We want them to look at every rep and every drill. We talked about the process before this spring. Were not talking about winning and losing. We talk about what we are doing in the process to get better. If you worry about those small things the wins will take care of themselves. Creary added, Our receivers coach says look the ball all the way into your hands. Sometimes last year wed just try and catch it, and we had a lot of drops. You forget to do everything to make the catch before you start running. Were trying to get all those things down perfect. Shobe has seen improvements with the simplified approach and drive to redeem the program. Were probably already ahead of where we were at the end of spring last year, Shobe said. If we play to our potential it does not matter who were playing. It wont be easy competing in Class 7ADistrict 7. The grouping includes reigning district champion Tampa Bay Tech (8-4) and runner-up Gaither (9-4), which made the regional semifinals and finals last season, respectively. Steinbrenner (7-3) is also in 7A7, along with Freedom (2-8) and Chamberlain (1-9).Bulls football looks to rebound from nightmarish 2011 Wiregrass Ranch sophomore wide receiver Tyre Creary brings in a catch during a recent practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Bulls junior quarterback Jake Day said the team has been working to put last year in the past. Wiregrass Ranch junior inside linebacker Xavier Wilson said the defenses goal is to outscore the offense this fall.By Andy WarrenerThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentIt was a memorable morning at Freedom High May 3 when a school-record six student-athletes signed to play their sport in college. It wasnt just the number that surprised principal David Sheppard, but the diversity of the signees. We want to get the message out that no matter what sport they do, athletes at Freedom have a chance to be successful beyond high school, Sheppard said. The signees are Kyle and Eric Schindler (baseball), Michael Sacco (soccer), Nicole Seybold (cheerleading) and Devin Turner and Jon Economou (football). The Schindler twins helped guide Patriots baseball to its most successful season this year, including the first winning season (15-10) and first playoff berth. They will continue their careers at St. Pete College. Sacco also made major contributions to Freedom sports this year. He recovered from an ACL tear in time to help the Patriots go 12-6-1 and make the postseason. He now moves on to Eckerd College, where he will likely play midfield or defense. He was impressed with the colleges facilities. You can tell theyve put a lot of money into their new fields, plus theres a lot of other signees that should give us a good chance to compete in the NCAA tournament, Sacco said. Seybold will attend the University of Oregon. Seybold will always remember helping Freedom reach new heights as a senior when the program won a county and regional championship for the first time. Turner and Economou will add an entirely new chapter to their playing careers together after playing for the New Tampa Wildcats in middle school. They will both compete at Becker College in Boston. 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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 OLakes, 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 well announce the winners in the following weeks 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 Whats Happening section and look to our ServinIt Up restaurant page for great coupons to area restaurants. When its 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 PublisherTheLAKER/LutzNEWS TheLAKER/ LutzNEWSVOLUNTARY 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. Voluntary 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. Voluntary 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. YesNo 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.TheLAKER/ LutzNEWSphone:813.909.2800 fax:813.909.2802 sales@cnewspubs.com www.cnewspubs.com 3632 Land OLakes Blvd. Land OLakes,FL 34639DONT MISS THE DEADLINE TO WIN!CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 22

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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) Lutz News FREE Lutz News SERVING LUTZ/ODESSA MAY 9,2012Only 2 weeks left to show your grad how proud you are with a personalized adSEE PAGE 6ADSGRAD By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comRunners,bikers and nature lovers will soon have more trail to experience the outdoors. Richard Sanders,project manager for Hillsborough County's public works department,said the often-delayed project to extend the Upper Tampa Trail will begin late this year or early in 2013. The Florida Department of Transportation and Southwest Florida Water Management District have agreed to contribute a total of $2 million to ensure the completion of the $4 million job. The project,which was first proposed in 2002 and will add 4.35 miles of 12-foot-wide trail,appears to be a certainty,as does a large 4-mile wide gap. The extension will begin where the Suncoast Trail ends at the intersection of W. Lutz-Lake Fern Road and the Suncoast Parkway in Lutz and end where Gunn Highway and Van Dyke Road meet.The southern portion begins at Memorial Highway in Tampa and ends at Peterson Road Park in Citrus Park. Sanders said the county hasn't been able to buy the terrain from four landowners needed to connect the two trails,which would create 59 miles of continuous pathways north to Citrus County. Linda McLane,who frequently runsTrail extension within sight See TRAIL,page13 By B.C.Manionbcmanion@cnewspubs.comMR. BLUE EYESLynn Duriez,42,a maintenance worker for Pasco public schools has many happy memories of his mom,Alycia Duriez,who lives in Zephyrhills. But the Dade City man offered up this one,in particular: "When was I was in elementary school,I was overweight and had low-self esteem. "I never had a lot of friends to talk to. "One day,I went to school I went to get my paper out to write notes for my class and there was this letter from my mother. "She said the most amazing things about me,about having the most beautiful eyes and being the most handsome little boy. "She said,If I wasn't your mother,I'd definitely be your girlfriend.' "I think I still have the letter.It was so wonderful."SERVING UP SWEETSThirty-five-year-old Dawn Smith,an assistant manager at Dave's Twistee Treat in Zephyrhills,can't think a single favorite memory of her mom, Becky Mondello. But that's because Smith is so fond of her mom,there are too many good memories to choose from. "I see my mom everyday,"she said."We're best friends.We do everything together.We go to the beach.We go to Busch Gardens. "I can call my mom anytime,day or night,and she's there."A FUN-LOVING MOMClaudia Harris,69,recalled the year that her mother,Lillian deJong,watched her twin children when she was away for a weekend in New York City. "She dressed them up in diapers you know,the New Year Baby.Her friends loved it.She showed me pictures later.She had them all dressed up.She got such a kick out of it. They had so much fun.They loved their grandma,"said Harris, who lives in Land O' Lakes. "It was a hoot.It really was.It's a wonderful memory." Harris'mother passed on at the age of 87.MILITARY MOMWhen Christy Vervisch thinks of her mom Janet McAfee of Sarasota she thinks of a woman of incredible strength. "She is just so even-keeled.Rock solid.She never loses it,"said Vervisch,a 40year-old stay-at-home mom with four kids. "My dad was in the Air Force,so he was gone a lot," Vervisch said. And now,with her husband in the Army,the Lutz woman has an even clearer idea of the challenges her mom faced. 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Pearlman,who lives in Heritage Harbor,is a retired partner in a certified public accountant firm in Chattanooga.His mother, Sadye Pearlman,passed on a few years ago at 93.DIALING FOR ADVICEAs a stay-at-home mom of two children, Beth Stahl said she frequently finds herself needing a little guidance. Fortunately,she said,her mom Chris Esslinger of Ohio is an excellent source of advice. "I immediately pick up the phone and call her if I ever have any questions or concerns."She's always real level-headed and always knows the right thing to say.She's very knowledgeable. "That helps a lot."The 37-year-old Stahl,of Land O' Lakes,was sporting a Wonder Woman shirt at a soccer field in Lutz.She said her mom's the one who should be wearing a Wonder Woman shirt. A Mother's Day bouquet Lynn Duriez Dawn Smith Claudia Harris Christy Vervisch Nathan Pearlman Beth StahlSons and daughters share their favorite memories of MomSee more bouquets, page 13 Soccer clubs sign intent to mergeMajor hurdles still remainBy Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comTwo of Tampa Bay's most popular youth soccer programs have agreed to merge into one.The board of directors from Tampa Bay United (TBU) in Hillsborough County and Central Pasco United Soccer Association (CPUSA) have unanimously signed a letter of intent to combine the clubs.TBU executive director Eric Sims,who also coaches Gaither's boys soccer team, said talks started last August. "We don't just want to merge with any clubs,"Sims said."We have the same See SOCCER,page13

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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@cne wspubs.com / sales@cnewspubs.com DISTRIBUTION Sunset Advertising Distributors/ 727.530.5521 lshiflett@sunsetadver tisingdistributor s.com EDITORIAL CINDY SPENCE,Editor cspence@cne wspubs.com B.C. 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She had to choose between attending Pratt Institute in New York,a prestigious art and design school,or a respected regional school much closer to home that offered her a better package. After discussing her options with her parents,she chose The Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota. It was a decision that meant letting go of the dream of living in a big city and attending a world-renowned school,the 18-year-old said. "Ultimately,it came down to money,"Fox said."Pratt was almost double what Ringling was,"she said, estimating a degree from Pratt would have cost about $300,000. Like thousands of graduating seniors making college choices,Fox had to consider these questions:"How successful are you going be in your career and can you really see yourself paying off those debts? Is it going to be worth it? "You have to go with what's smart,"she said. While disappointed that Pratt was beyond her financial reach,she is pleased she was admitted.The school had about 6,000 applicants for 680 available slots and offered her a $15,000 scholarship,renewable for four years. She's also grateful for Ringing's support in awarding her the Presidential Scholarship,which goes to the strongest applicant within each major.The award is worth $20,000 a year,Fox said. "Since they gave me their No.1 scholarship for interior design,they obviously have faith in me.It's a lot to live up to,but it's also a compliment," said Fox,who intends to be an interior designer. "Even before I could put a name to interior design,I was just really into it. "Whenever I walk down an aisle in Home Depot,or something,with tiles and finishes there's just like a little spark in me.I'm just so happy.I don't think this is normal,but it shows that I'm really passionate about it,"Fox said. Being accepted to Ringling and Pratt was an enormous boost for her confidence. "When I got the first acceptance to Ringling,I was just blown away.I couldn't believe it. "And then,they sent me their scholarship their top presidential scholarship and I actually cried.I was just so shocked. "And then I got my letter from Pratt.That was just a double shocker.I really did feel special that they wanted me,"said Fox,who lives with her parents,Kathy and Jim,in Wesley Chapel.She also has a brother,Jeff,Wesley Chapel senior attracts major art scholarships Elizabeth Fox uses a technique known as stippling, a painstaking process that uses dots to create an image. Below she uses this process to render the realistic look of leaves. (Above photo by B.C. Manion) The ballerina in this pencil drawing is Elizabeth Fox's former ballet teacher. (Images provided by Elizabeth Fox) Afigure eight inspired this take on Picasso's use of perspective. Elizabeth Fox spent part of spring break having her gallbladder removed and used her sketchbook to memorialize the event.28,and a sister,Sarah,26.Fox credits her mom for fostering her creativity and appreciates her support.The young woman has been taking art classes since preschool and has taken just about every class available in high school.She also has attended a three-hour evening class at Ringling,with her mom driving her to Sarasota and waiting patiently in the parking lot.The art student's portfolio includes works in oil,pencil and watercolor.She also has worked on interior designs.Last summer, through her church,she helped design rooms for a pregnancy center called Life Choices Women's Care in Lutz,said Fox,who attends Our Lady of the Rosary in Land O'Lakes."I spent the majority of my summer putting together a bunch of paint colors and fabrics.I did the labor,too.I got like 300 hours of community service,"she said. The experience was instructive.For instance,she learned that paint may appear one way on a paint chip and another way on a wall. "Definitely,always buy paint samples," she advised. Lighting matters,too,she said. "You might have fluorescent lights in one room and natural lights in another and it changes everything." Perhaps her biggest lesson was learning how to deal with "everyone from teen volunteers to board members to people that had very,very strong opinions and were not afraid to share them. "I'm a little sensitive,"she acknowledged, noting she's going to have to develop a thicker skin. Her high school art teacher,Kathleen Taylor,said Fox "produces excellent artwork. When she's creating a piece,she goes into a zone,"Taylor said. "Elizabeth has got the whole package. She's bright and she's talented.She stands out."

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SEEKING HEALTHY STUDENT RECIPESThe Hillsborough County public school district and student nutrition services are sponsoring the Cook It Up! K-12 Student Recipe Challenge. District students are invited to show off their cooking skills by submitting a healthy dessert recipe for a treat they don't feel guilty eating.Entry deadline is May 18. Recipes should be submitted at www.sdhc.k12.fl.us/sns.Judges will review all submissions and choose one winner at the elementary,middle and high school level.Winners will be notified by May 31. Prizes include: Annual Florida residents'passes to Disney's Blizzard Beach water park (family of 4) Winning recipes will be featured on school menus Winners will be invited to appear on Radio Disney's "Kid's Concern Show"to discuss their recipe and the importance of healthy eating habits Winners'names will be announced on Radio DisneySAINT LEO CELEBRATES GRADUATESSaint Leo University celebrated 1,000 new graduates in three commencement ceremonies on April 27 and April 28. The degrees awarded were both graduate and undergraduate,and included the fields of business,humanities,science,education,criminal justice,and social work. Guest speakers included Florida Lt.Gov. Jennifer Carroll,who graduated from Saint Leo University's Master of Business Administration degree program in 2008;educator an author Peter B.Smith;and former ambassador Edward S."Ned"Walker Jr. Walker's son,Christopher,studied sport business at Saint Leo and participated in the undergraduate commencement at which his father spoke.POPPLETON SCHOLARSHIP WINNERMegan Forde,a senior at Steinbrenner High,has been awarded the Josephine Poppleton Scholarship by the International Association of Administrative Professionals. She received the $1,000 scholarship on April 19 at the Tampa Club.MOORE MICKENS STUDENT WINNERSStudents of the month for April at Moore Mickens Education Center in Dade City are: Cassondra Rickett,Wanice Matthews,Cassie Greene and Nimia Morales.Rickett also was selected as Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Month. Students named to the Principal's 4.0 honor roll were:Dustin Chancey,Mackenzie McAnallen and Kelly Butterfield. Students named to the A-B Honor Roll were:Richard Costner,Victoria Dickens, Patrick Gray,Jaonsha Hayes,Joevanny Lorenzo,Katrina Martin,Wanice Matthews, Brittany Parrish,Sabrina Remick,Cassondra Rickett,Dannielle Shaw,Sofia Torres,Jessica Velasquez,Kimberly Williams,Jeremiah Wright,Cassie Greene,Jon Reed,Khaalid Sewell,Jason Patten,Stephanie Swartz, Wesley Rivera,Willie Echols,Josh Brown, Josh Coleman,Dustin Chauncey,Kelly Butterfield,Derrick Bliss,David Graves,Matt Harrigan,Phillip Olson,John Algood,Sharon McNeal,Richard Stafford and Dylan Hodock. Good citizen awards went to Jake Johnson and Joseph Long.HILLSBOROUGH SCHOOLS SEEK COMMENTThe Hillsborough County School District is seeking public comment on a waiver from the United States Department of Education regarding the No Child Left Behind Act. 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Tickets have no cash value. Non-refundable. Summer Science Camps are June 11 Aug. 17 (www.campfun.org)Name:_____________________________________________________Parent Name(s)___________________________________________ Address:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City:________________________________Zip:____________Phone:________________________________Age:_______Grade:______ School:_____________________________________________________Interests:_________________________________________________Complete the quiz & puzzle then mail this page to: MOSI Readership Contest TheLaker/LutzNews P.O. Box 479 Lutz, FL33548Deadline to submit is May 11, 2012Complete our Mummy geography quiz and word search and we'll enter those with correct answers in a raffle for 1 FREE SUMMER CAMP SESSION at MOSI! Weekly winners receive two free passes to MOSI, including admission to an IMAX movie.Hey Kids Win A Free Summer Camp Session At MOSI Opens April 27-Largest exhibition of real human and animal mummies -Mummies dating 6,500 years from South America, Europe, Asia, Oceania and Ancient Egypt 4801 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL33617 www.mosi.org 813.987.6000 Your Community Calendar Submit 2 weeks in advance to: whatshappening@cnewspubs.com All listings free of charge What's Happening What s Happening 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 8 MOTHER'S DAY POW WOW The Withlacoochee Native American Indian Culture,in conjunction with Pasco County Parks and Recreation,will hold the 20th annual Mother's Day Native American Pow Wow May 11-13 at Withlacoochee River Park in Dade City.A "Pow Wow"is an exchange of cultures and traditions and a coming together of friends and families.Mother's Day Pow Wow activities include:storytelling, Native American displays,Plains Indians Teepees,Native American clothing and more.Admission is a $3 donation per person,and children 12 and younger are free.For more information or directions,call Mittie Wood at (352) 583-3388 or visitwww.mothersdaypowwow.embarqspace.com.SAFE DRIVINGTwo AARP Driver Safety Courses are planned.New River Library in Zephyrhills will be the site of an AARP Driver Safety Program on May 14.Cost is $12 for members,$14 for nonmembers,and participants should bring lunch or lunch money.The course is designed for drivers 50 and older.AARP instructor Ramona Erwin will teach the class.For more information, call (813) 780-9168.A class in Wesley Chapel is planned for May 14 and 15 at Toyota on SR 54 and I-75.For more information,call Lloyd Shaw at (813) 395 8376.For other upcoming classes,call Jack Martin at (352) 588-2802.NRA DINNERPasco County Friends of the National Rifle Association will hold a dinner and auction May 10 at 6 p.m.at Dan Cannon Hall at the Pasco County Fairgrounds,36722 SR 52, Dade City.Tickets are $35 per person or $10 per person for those 16 years old or younger.Social hour and auction item viewing starts at 6 p.m.and the dinner at 7 p.m.There will be a cash bar.For more information or to RSVP call Randy Maggard at (352) 567-6224 or Mike Jones at (727) 857-1661.WOMEN'S WORKSPasco Regional Medical Center will host "Women's Works,"a women-only health event designed to encourage women to make their health a top priority.The event is May 10 from 6 p.m.to 8 p.m.at the Dade City Woman's Club.The evening will be filled with massage,beauty tips,chocolate,skin analysis,nail and hair care,jewelry,weight loss,shopping,door prizes,hors d'oeuvres, wine,free health screenings and more.The first 200 women will receive a free tote bag to fill with goodies from the event.The event is free,but exhibitors will offer items for sale along with free samples,demonstrations,and free pampering.To register,call (877) 3625321 or visit PascoRegionalmc.com and look under the events tab.SEMINARS FOR GREEN THUMBSThe Pasco County Cooperative Extension office has free workshops for May.They are: Gorgeous Grass,May 12,9 to 11 a.m.,with tips on lawn maintenance.Land O'Lakes Community Center,5401 Land O' Lakes Blvd.Hummingbird Festival,May 19,9 a.m.to 4 p.m.Hummingbirds and butterflies are flocking to the Pioneer Florida Museum for the Hummingbird Festival.Pioneer Florida Museum,15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City.Water Gardens,May 19,10 to 11 a.m.,with tips on adding a small pond to your landscape.Home Depot,10017 US19, Port Richey.Pre-registration is not required, but appreciated.Call 352-518-0156;727-8472411;813-996-2411;1-800-368-2411.THESPIANS WANTEDWhether you sing or dance or prefer working backstage,the Pointe Players need you for a community theater production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella June 28-30.Auditions will be May 12,14 and 15, with the performer choosing one song from a Broadway-style musical and a one-minute monologue of his or her choice,using his own CD or accompanist.Ages 14 and up only.The Pointe Players meet at CrossPointe Church,919 Debuel Road,Lutz.Visit www.crosspointetampa.com to schedule an audition or interview,or call (813) 949.7727.NEW TO TOWN?The Newcomers of Northwest Hillsborough will meet May 17 at 11 a.m.for a luncheon at Heritage Harbor Golf & Country Club,19502 Heritage Harbor Parkway,Lutz.The Newcomers meet the third Thursday of the month for lunches and special programs. Reservations and payment required by May 10 to Marianne Miller,(813) 891-9847.To learn more,visit www.newcomersnwhillsborough.com.FISH FRYJ.F.Swartsel Masonic Lodge will hold a "full menu"fish fry May 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. Prices are $8 for takeout and $10 dine-in. The public is welcome.The lodge is at 3109 Lutz-Lake Fern Road.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) 3195918 or visit RelayForLife.org/LutzFL.TINY TREESEve's Garden Gifts,5602 Land O'Lakes Blvd. will host free bonsai tree demonstrations from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m.every Saturday in May. Gardeners are welcome to bring in their own tree for demonstration and advice.For information,call (813) 996-5012 or visit www.evesgardengifts.com.TASTE OF PASCOA smorgasbord of food and beverages is on tap for the Taste of Pasco May 19 from 4 to 7 p.m.at the Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse, 15323 SR 52,Land O'Lakes.The event will have live entertainment and a DJ,a silent auction,children's games,activities,a bounce house,face painting and more.Proceeds benefit the mobile medical unit to serve the homeless population of Pasco County.Tickets are $25 in advance,$35 at the door.For more information,call (727) 243-1043 or email Llaton@Arbys.com.FUN-FLYThe Bay City Flyers May Fun-Fly will be May 19 from 9 a.m.to 2 p.m.The event includes demonstrations of acrobatic flying of model aircraft.Pilots will demonstratelimbo flying, bomb dropping,takeoff and landing in 60 seconds,flying a figure eight around balloons and more.Pilot fee is $10 and a $3 donation from spectators is requested.The event is at Conner Preserve,22500 SR 52.For more information,call (813) 802-8970.FISHING FOR A CAUSEThe Florida Hospital Zephyrhills Foundation will hold a catch and release inshore fishing tournament Fishin'for a Mission to benefit the Simpson Breast Health Center. 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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 9 DR. JODY PIANIN 27634 Cashford Circle Wesley Chapel 866.764.4558 DR. ALYSON HOFFMAN 38103 Market Square Zephyrhills 866.854.7690 May is Better Hearing Month! The Audiology and Hearing Aid Center at Florida Medical Clinic offers hearing aids to meet every hearing loss, lifestyle and budget. Whether you are a current hearing aid wearer, or someone who could bene“t from hearing aids, you can trust our Audiologists for honest expertise and quality hearing devices. Request an appointment at www.FloridaMedicalClinic.com a.m.All proceeds will support the Simpson Breast Health Center.Registration is at 8 a.m. and an awards celebration starts at 3 p.m. The hotel is at 6800 Sunshine Skyway Lane, St.Petersburg.The fee is $250 per angler and includes boat and captain,fishing equipment,meals,goodie bag,shirt and hat and awards.For more information call (813) 783-6144 or go to www.fhzeph.org.ARTS FOR KIDSThe Wesley Chapel Wind Ensemble will perform May 20 at 3 p.m.at the Center for the Arts at Wesley Chapel,30651 Wells Road. The concert is a fundraiser for the Fine Arts of the Suncoast "Arts for Kids"program, which tries to preserve arts education in schools.There will be a musical theater presentation followed by a Dixieland band, brass ensemble,woodwind quintet and jazz band.Professional and student musicians will perform together.Student artists will display their artwork.Intermission will feature pizza and sodas for purchase.Tickets at the door are $5 and can be purchased at www.wesleychapelwindensemble.com.For more information,call Scott Leahy at (813) 929-6929 or visit the website.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.TASTE OF PASCOLeadership Pasco will host the second annual Taste of Pasco May 19 from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.at the Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse to raise money for the new Mobile Medical Unit to serve the homeless population of Pasco County.The event will include food and beverage tastings from local restaurants,live entertainment,silent auction and police K9 demonstrations. Activities for children include games,a bounce house,water slide,face painting, balloon artists and more.Attendees will also have the chance to meet Toby Hall,former Tampa Bay Rays player,and Anthony Brecht, former Bucs NFL tight end.Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door (kids 12 and under free).For more information,call Krista Hakes at (813) 926-0827 ext.227 or Scott Byrnes at (727) 845-7015.WILDCAT GOLF CHALLENGEThe Wesley Chapel High School Athletic Booster Club will host its second annual Wildcat Golf Challenge Saturday,May 19 at 8 a.m.at Tampa Bay Golf and Country Club. The event features a lunch buffet,awards and prizes.Tickets are $65 per golfer.Team and hole sponsorships are available. Proceeds will benefit athletic programs at Wesley Chapel High.For more information, call (813) 794-8700 or visit www.wchs.pacso.k12.fl.us.GOLF FOR 8TH GRADE TRIPImagine Charter School will host its first annual golf tournament May 19 at Lexington Oaks Golf Club.All proceeds will help send the 8th grade class on an educational trip to Washington,D.C.in June.Check-in begins at 11:30 a.m.with a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Registration is $75,which includes greens fee,cart,contest prizes and a hamburger/hotdog buffet after the tournament.The field is limited to 144 players.Register by calling Debbie Campbell at (813) 766-2648 or email alderoma@verizon.net.HEALINGSonrise Worship Center will host a Healing Conference May 25 to 27.Thes conference is free and open to the public.For more information,call (813) 948.7555 or visit sonriseworshipcenter.com. ELECTION CORNER E L E C T I O N C O R N E R ELECTION CORNER E L E C T I O N C O R N E R Meet the candidatesThe East Pasco Networking Groups is hosting a variety of candidates for local office at upcoming meetings.The group meets the second and fourth Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m.at the Village Inn in Zephyrhills at 5421 Gall Blvd.Speakers are: May 22:Joanne Hurley,candidate for Pasco County School Board district 2. June 12:Sheriff Chris Nocco,candidate for reelection. June 26:Mike Wells,Pasco County Property Appraiser. July 10:Walter Price,candidate for Property Appraiser. July 24:Jack Marino,Pasco County Commissioner,district 5 For more information,contact Nils Lenz at (813) 782-9491 or nilslenz@gmail.com.Candidate fundraiserA trade show fundraiser for Karen King,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 3,will be at All Sports Arena,7716 Rutillio Court,Port Richey,on May 8 from 5 to 8 p.m.The event is free to the public.For more information or to RSVP,email Karen@karenkingforcommissioner.com or call (727) 534-7481.Kickoff partyThe public is invited to a fundraiser and kickoff party for Matt Murphy,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 3.The event is 6 p.m.May 10 at The Blarney Stone, 7813 Mitchell Blvd.,Trinity.The suggested donation is $20.12.To RSVP email simplymurphy@gmail.com or call (727) 375-8307.Prime timeA prime rib dinner to benefit Ron Oakley,candidate for Pasco County Commission District 1,will be May 12 at 6 p.m.at the Dade City Business Center.The event features local recording artist Ashley Shannon,and tickets are $25.For more information,call (813) 7148548. Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Helping deserving people prove they are eligible for Social Security disability benefits has been a lifelong mission for Ronald Koster. The Carrollwood attorney began his career in 1973 working for the Social Security Administration, joining the agency not long after completing law school at the University of Colorado. After 10 years of assisting judges and writing decisions ruling if someone qualified for benefits, Koster decided to take his inside knowledge of Social Security law and go into private practice. "I wanted to help people navigate the often cumbersome process by being their advocate," said Koster. Even after close to 40 years immersed in the complexities of Social Security, Koster still finds great enjoyment in his work. "It is very gratifying to help someone qualify so they receive the financial assistance they earned and deserved to live life to the fullest," he said. Koster is selective in the cases he accepts. He only works with clients who he believes qualify for benefits and those with strong legal arguments for appealing a denial. "Of all the people who call, about 70 percent may have a case," said Koster.Many of Koster's clients are people who have been denied benefits because their impairment is not one of the identifiable conditions "listed" in 14 sections of Social Security Regulations that presume a disability.Koster tells the story of a woman who was incapacitated by a rare medical condition only diagnosed in about 100 women worldwide. Because her illness was not "listed" in the Regulations, Koster had to provide evidence at her appeal hearing that she had the disease and why it prevented her from working. The case was successfully overturned and the woman received four years of back benefits, as well as monthly benefits and Medicare moving forward. Every disability claim that has been denied can be appealed. It's during this appellate process, Koster explains, that hiring a legal firm experienced with the Social Security process can make a significant difference in a denial being overturned. "I see the injustices with the system and understand what needs to be done to help people get through the appeal process," said Koster. "There are many impairments not found in the Regulations that render a person disabled. Our job is to present medical and other evidence which proves a person's impairments and why they do not allow them to work." Koster said most people file their initial Social Security disability claim online without legal counsel. His firm typically does not become involved until a claim has been denied. "Social Security law is complicated as hell. Perusing an appeal through the multistage process is no easy task," said Koster. "It is one of the most difficult areas of law to practice, right up there with tax laws." Koster invites people wanting to know if they may qualify for Social Security disability to give his office a call. There is no charge for the initial consultation, and if he decides to take on the case, all legal fees are paid through Social Security monies he successfully secures for the client.Helping folks qualify for Social Security disability is a rewarding career Ronald J. Koster, P.A.813-264-7997 www.disabilitylawtampa.com14499 Dale Mabry N. Grand Plaza Tampa 33618 Ronald Koster

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Contempo School of Dance is now registering for exciting SUMMER CAMPS :Princess and Pirate Musical Theater Boys Sports The Nutcracker Girls Rock!We also offer a summer class session in July! 24148 S.R. 54, Lutz (813) 948-3262www.contempodance.com DANCE EDUCATION & ACTIVITIESSCHOOLS/CHILD CARE,ACTIVITIES,SPORTS,FITNESS,CAMPS & GAMES FOR EVERY GENERATION For more information contact: CLUB CONNERTON 21100 FOUNTAIN GARDEN WAY LAND O'LAKES,FL 34638813-996-5800 "For fun and excitement this summer, Connerton Summer Day Camp is the place to be! Campers will participate in a large variety of activities including indoor and outdoor sports, games, arts & crafts, special events and plenty of time in our Super Pool & Water Park. 8 week summer camp June 11th-Aug 10th Monday-Friday 9am-4:30pm Before & After Care AvailableOpen Registration Begins April 30th Weekly Rate $115 per child Multi-Child Discount: 10% off each additional child when registering at the same time as the first child ALL OUR COUNSELORS ARE CERTIFIED IN CPR & FIRST AIDCONNERTON SUMMER DAY CAMP 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 6-15-12 Worried About Report Cards? Tutoring programs in: Reading Math Writing SAT/ACT Prep Study Skills Homework Edge then this is the summer camp for you!If your child loves ARTART You Do the Dishes ART ARTFest 2012 for children 7-13 workshop will be held Moday-Friday 10am 4pm 15357 Amberly Dr. Tampa, FL813-975-1700June 11-15, 18-22,25-29; July 9-13, 16-20, 23-27 July 30-August 3; August 6-10 includes print making, drawing, watercolor, acrylics, collage, origami & pottery painting. Cost: $210 per session(all materials included) Children should bring their own snack & lunch. Space is limited. Call for details. Advance sign-up is necessary 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 THE ULTIMATE IN COMPETITIVE SOCCER TRAINING! SPECIAL GIRLS ACADEMY PROGRAM! Professional Coaching Quality Training Player Development u9-u19 Competitive Tryouts May 29th June 2nd WWW.FCTAMPARANGERS.COM 813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 10 Hospital accepting applicationsFlorida Hospital Wesley Chapel is accepting applications for medical staff for its fall 2012 opening. A member of the Florida Hospital Tampa Bay Division and Adventist Health System, the largest Protestant not-for-profit health care system in the United States,Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel will include the latest state-of-the-art surgical and radiological equipment.The hospital has been designed to grow rapidly with the community and can expand to 291 beds in the years ahead without impacting daily operations. The hospital will serve residents of Pasco,northern Hillsborough and southern Hernando counties and is looking for medical staff.For more information about submitting an application,contact the hospital at (813) 929-5496 or email julie.harrelson@ahss.org.Professionals interested in employment positions with the hospital should visit http://www.fhwesleychapel.com/careers.html.Women's health lectures in MayThe Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54 in Trinity,is hosting a pair of women's health classes in May.The first will discuss options for bladder control issues May 11 at 1 p.m. Dr.David DiPazza will lead the program.The second is on minimally invasive robotic gynecologic surgery led by Dr.Parveen Vahora on May 23 at 5:30 p.m.For more information or to sign up,call (727) 834-5630 or visit www.medicalcentertrinity.com.Chatterboxes support groupMedical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54, hosts a bi-weekly support group called Chatterboxes for those with communications difficulties.The next meeting is May 10 from 3 to 4 p.m.The focus of the meetings is to help those suffering from problems after cerebral vascular accidents or other neurological disorders.Anyone is welcome. Caregivers and spouses are encouraged to attend.For more information,call (727) 8450757.Weight management class May 24The Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,is offering a community education class called Weight Management:Striving for a Healthy Weight.The next date is May 24 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian the fourth Thursday of every month. The class explores basic tips for living a healthy lifestyle,including food choices and balancing these choices with exercise. Participants will learn: How to find a healthy weight Calorie control through balancing calories in to calories out How to boost metabolism How to be more active Reservations are required.For more information and to sign up,call (727) 834-5630.Diabetes nutrition class May 23The Medical Center of Trinity,9330 SR 54,offers a community education class called Nutrition & Diabetes.The next class is May 23 at 10 a.m.Classes are conducted by a registered dietitian on the fourth Wednesday of every month. The class presents information on the basic principles of nutrition,including how food affects blood glucose.Participants will learn: Carbohydrate counting Meal planning and timing Label reading and portion control Eating out with diabetes Reservations are required.For more information and to sign up,call (727) 834-5630.Advanced stroke interventionsDr.Mohsin Shah,a neurosurgeon,is the featured speaker for an upcoming lecture on updates in advanced stroke interventions at the Heart Institute of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, 14000 Fivay Road in Hudson.The free class is May 30 at 3 p.m.Stroke is the nation's third leading cause of death and leading cause of long-term disability.Shah will discuss the different types of stroke and treatment options.Refreshments will be served.Reservations are required,and can be made by calling (727) 869-5498 or (888) 741-5119.Cancer research study applicantsLocal residents can participate in a study at Medical Center of Trinity.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 research.The study will help researchers better understand the lifestyle,environmental and genetic factors that cause or prevent cancer.An in-person enrollment survey is needed before the study begins,which takes 20 to 30 minutes.At home,individuals will complete a packet that asks for information on lifestyle,behavioral and other factors related to health.Additional information will be gathered during the following years. "Many individuals diagnosed with cancer struggle to answer the question What caused my cancer?'"said Dr.Alpa Patel in a release."In many cases we don't know the answer.(This) will help us better understand what factors cause cancer,and once we know that we can be better equipped to prevent cancer." Researchers will use the data to build on evidence from a series of studies that began in the 1950s that collectively involved millions of participants.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 showed the impact of air pollution on heart and lung conditions. For more information or to learn how to become involved,visit www.cps3pasco.org, email cps3@cancer org or call (888) 6045888.Health and Wellness listings are run for free on a first-come,first-serve basis.Send all information to news@cnewspubs.com at least two weeks prior to an event.HEALTH & WELLNESS Dr. Mohsin Shah

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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,” 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,” 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,” 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,” 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,” 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,” 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,” 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,” said Will. “If a plant doesn’t meet our standards, then it should not be in anyone’s garden.” 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,” 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.” 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.CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 11

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITY NEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9, 2012 12 39.99Makers Mark Bourbon1.75 L25.99Eagle Rare 10 Year Single Barrel Bourbon750 ml15.99Pinnacle VodkaSelected Varieties, 1.75 L47.99Ciroc VodkaSelected Varieties, 1.75 L31.99J&B Scotch1.75 L24.99Captain Morgan Spiced Rum100 Proof, 1.75 L16.99Red Stag BourbonSelected Varieties, 750 ml24.99Belvedere VodkaSelected Varieties, 750 ml26.99Titos Handmade Vodka1.75 L17.99Myers Original Rum750 ml27.99Buchanans 12 Year Scotch750 ml35.99Crown Royal Special Reserve750 ml14.99Jack Coconut Rum1.75 L16.99Baileys Irish CreamSelected Varieties, 750 ml21.99Disaronno Amaretto750 ml24.99Hendricks Gin750 ml26.99Cointreau750 ml 31.99Cabo Wabo Reposado Tequila750 mlI-Lakeland-The Laker 4C-ThursdayPrices effective Thursday, May 10 through Wednesday, May 16, 2012.Visit publix.com/store to “nd the store nearest you. Liquor items are only available at Publix Liquors. ENJOY FREEWHITENINGLIFE!FORReceive a complimentary whitening kit and custom trays with new patient exam, cleaning and x-rays. Restrictions may apply.$385 VALUE D0150, D1110, D0210, D9972 New Patients & Children Welcome Cosmetic/Implants/Extractions Invisalign Clear Orthodontics Sedation Options to Help you Relax Interest Free Financing/Evening Appts. 213 Crystal Grove Blvd. Lutz, FL33548-6452813.949.8411 www.br i ttendental.co m Leonard L. Britten, D.D.S. & Nicholas L. Britten, D.M.D. Excellence in Dentistry, Uncompromised Care. Lutz's Hometown Dentist €Enjoy a visit to our Oriental Gardens and Koi pond €A full selection of Bonsai trees, lucky bamboo and accessories €Gift wrapping & cards included €Gift certificates available €Feng Shui and Oriental Gift Shop €Bonsai Accessories €Shipping available anywhere Bonsai, L Bonsai, L ucky B ucky B amboo amboo and O and O r r iental F iental F eng S eng S hui G hui G ift S ift S hop hop5602 Land O Lakes Blvd. (Hwy. 41) € Land O Lakes (813) 996-5012www.bonsai-online.com F R E E G I F T w / $ 5 0 P u r c h a s e 2 0%W i t h t h i s a dO F F The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report If you have an eye for style, The Shops at Wiregrass invites you to enter Project Style, a nationwide fashion competition. Participants can show off their style and have a chance to win thousands of dollars in prizes, including a trip to Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York City. Grand prize judges are fashion experts Jeannie Mai and Nick Verreos, who will choose the winner in a National Style-Off later this year. Mai is best known as host of the Emmy nominated “How Do I Look?” program on the Style Network. She frequently contributes on NBC’s “Today Show” and “E! News,” and is the social media correspondent for NBC’s “Fashion Star.” Verreos, a competitor on season two of “Project Runway,” has a fashion design label, NIKOLAKI, and has appeared as a fashion expert on the Bravo, E!, Style and TV Guide networks. The contest is open to anyone age 13 and older. Aspiring stylists can visit The Shops at Wiregrass website, www.theshopsatwiregrass.com, fill out the form and upload a photo that represents their personal style. Entries are free, with a limit of one entry per person per month. The Shops at Wiregrass will select two monthly semifinalists based on the overall style, personality and creativity represented by their entries. Each semifinalist will then receive a $150 mall gift card to purchase items to combine with one personal item from his or her wardrobe to create a trendsetting outfit. Online voting by the public will determine which semifinalists will get to compete in the shopping center’s live Style-Off in September. Each of the four monthly winners, along with a wild-card entry based on number of votes, will receive an additional $200 gift card to be used at the mall to create another outfit for the live Style-Off at The Shops at Wiregrass on Sept. 6 in celebration of Fashion’s Night Out. A panel of judges will determine the winner. The Shops at Wiregrass winner, along with winners from the 14 other Forest City Enterprises shopping centers, will compete in an online National Style-Off. Each regional winner will receive a $1,000 mall gift card, as well as another $200 gift card to create a trendsetting outfit for the National Style-Off. Judges, including Mai and Verreos, will select the national winner in October. The grand prize winner will receive a trip for two to New York City during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in February 2013. The trip includes a runway show and a tour of SoHo with escort Verreos, a $500 credit card and a personal fashion design sketch by Verreos.Style mavens wanted for fashion contest County, homeowners to discuss parking The Laker/Lutz News Staff Report The problems of parking in residential communities will be the topic when three Pasco County officials address the Pasco Alliance of Community Association’s monthly meeting May 10 at 7 p.m. Following their presentations, the speakers will take questions from the audience. Speakers will be: Lindsay Faroni, the general counsel at the Pasco Sheriff’s Office Kristi Sims, senior assistant Pasco County Attorney primarily responsible for enforcing county codes. Jason Marques, a sergeant in the Pasco Sheriff’s Office. He supervises Citizens Support Services, which oversees parking enforcement, speed trailers, security patrols, neighborhood watches, plus the mounted posse, chaplains, reserve deputies and 300 volunteers. The meeting will be at the Land O’ Lakes Community Center, 5401 Land O’ Lakes Blvd. PACA is a not-for-profit organization of 68 Pasco County homeowner associations, community development districts and condominium associations. It assists members by educating them on common issues and finding solutions to shared problems. It also represents the interests of members before all levels of government. For more information, call David Quinones at (813) 991-1505 or visit www.MyPACA.org.

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Suncoast Trail in Lutz,said more track would be welcome,even if the gap remains. "A lot of the runners talk about how they'd like more trail to run on,"McLane said."It gives more people the chance to be outside and see more of the nature in their backyard." McLane added the trail can get crowded on nice weekend mornings,so additional pathway would provide more space. The new trail will go along the west side of Brooker Creek Headwaters Nature Preserve in Odessa.Sanders said that is to allow more people see the park.He added cyclists will have to leave bikes at available stands in order to go through the preserve. The extension project,which will take about 13 months,includes adding a 53space parking lot,bathrooms and picnic shelters on Lutz-Lake Fern just west of the Suncoast Parkway,along with water stations every 2 miles. County records estimate about 100,000 people use the Upper Tampa Trail each year.WILLING TO GO THE EXTRA MILEFifteen-year-old Martin Astigarraga of Wesley Chapel,said his mom,Peggy,is always looking after him. "She gives me a ride to church every day,basically.She listens to me when I have problems,when I need help with something.She's always there for me."A SECOND CHANCESonny Caliskan, 42,shared this memory about his mom, Mufide Caliskan,who has passed away. "I was 22 years old.I went bankrupt from my first business.I really didn't even have a penny to buy cigarettes. "My mom she came up with this money and she gave it to me.It was $1,100. "I started a new business and became very successful." He now owns four vendor stands,including Lily and Max at The Shops at Wiregrass, and a warehouse business.A DISPENSER OF COMFORTThirteen-year-old Alexsis Torres,of Wesley Chapel,said her mom Anna Sonnier,knows how to lift her spirits. "When I have a bad day at school, she'll buy me something comforting.She gives me cake or Gummy Bears.She either surprises me,or we go to the store and she'll buy me stuff. "She works at the hospital.Each time that I'm sick,she brings me home a teddy bear."MAKING ACCOMPLISHMENTS SPECIALKimberly Pita,15,of Wesley Chapel,said her mom,Maria Pita,knows how to make her feel special. "I got an honor roll certificate and she made my favorite meal.It was something called tingas. Those are like tortillas with pulled chicken and you put whatever you want on them, like sour cream,tomatoes,"said the girl,who was born in Puerto Rico. Her mom grew up in Puerto Rico and the teenager lived there until she was 10, but then the family moved."We moved here because they wanted to give us a better life."A SPIRITUAL ADVISERRuth Laguna,who is 40,said her mother, Orlet Saldarriaga,who lives in Colombia, South America,keeps her straight spiritually."Momma is always with me in my good times and my bad times.She is my support,"the New Tampa woman said. "I live with my two kids here,and when I can't handle them and they're driving me crazy,I call my mom. "She's a really Christian person.She always had the right thing to say.She has the right verse go read this.(Her mom tells her) Wake up early in the morning and pray.Put everything in God's hands.'"A SPECIAL DELIVERYBerenice Blanco recalls the difficulty of recovering from the delivery of her first baby,Joshua, who arrived by cesarean section nine years ago. But another memory is even more vivid for the 36-year-old Wesley Chapel woman. It was the loving care her mother, Lucinda Martinez who lives in Venezuela, displayed following the delivery. "She came here to take care of me," Blanco said."She cooked for me,made me feel better.She made me everything that she knew that I liked,"she said. Sonny Caliskan Martin Astigarraga Alexsis Torres Kimberly Pita Ruth Laguna Berenice Blanco Continued from page 1 Trail project factsExtension length: 4.35 miles Trail gap: 4 miles Project cost: $4 million Project length: 13 months Project amenities:53-space parking lot, water stations,picnic shelters,bathroomsphilosophies,and by doing this we pool the best soccer resources together.It started as trying to bring the best kids together,but to develop as many kids it's bringing the best coaches together too so every kid has a place to play and become a better player." The merger would affect more than 3,200 players and would give the new league four soccer complexes;two central locations at Ed Radice Complex in Odessa and at Carrollwood Village and another in South Tampa at Monroe Middle. The agreement is far from finalized as Hillsborough and Pasco county commissioners and the Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) have to approve the merger. FYSA program specialist Cody McGhee said the association isn't scheduled to vote on any merger until its meetings in August, but the process can be sped up. Hillsborough parks director Mark Thornton said they have no problem with the merger,but Pasco has reservations. "Our department does not support the merger between Pasco-supported CPUSA and the Tampa Bay club out of Hillsborough County,"said Pasco Parks and Recreation Director Rick Beckman."There are too many issues and concerns." CPUSA is county co-sponsored,which means it receives money and support from Pasco's government including maintenance of the eight fields at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex on Collier Parkway.Beckman said public funding is one of the main reasons why they are against the merger."The taxpayers need to have answers to their questions,and I think we have the right answers for them,"Sims said."We aren't going to do anything without Pasco County's blessing." Sims said they already pay to maintain the Hillsborough fields.There has also been pushback from people worried the Pasco fields would be dominated by Hillsborough players moving north."Pasco County has some concerns,but they're valid concerns,"Sims said."Central Pasco isn't going to change.We have nine fields at Ed Radice and five in the south. There's plenty of space so the kids play where they live.We just want to build Central Pasco up.We recognize that Central Pasco runs a good program. "Central Pasco has had a very good younger program from U9 to U12,"Sims continued."We don't want people traveling all over at that age.We want them to play where they live and stay in Land O'Lakes, and then at U13 they can try out for a premier team at the other facilities." Sims added many CPUSA players have in the past joined other clubs after U12,making it hard to fill rosters of the older teams. "If they're going to be a feeder program, then it should be something they're a part of,"Sims said."Not one for other clubs."If approved,CPUSA would operate as TBUPasco.It would be the second merger involving TBU in as many years following the combining of Hillsborough County United (HCU) and RSL Florida,based in South Tampa."A lot of the talk over the last 10 years about Florida youth soccer is about our inability to compete at a regional and national level," Sims said."There have been a few teams from Florida that have won regionals,but it's few and far between.What we saw in other states like Texas,North Carolina and Georgia is they have big clubs that stretch over multiple counties,where we have 20-something clubs in Hillsborough.So everything is very spread out."The goal isn't to merge with as many clubs as possible and take over Tampa Bay or anything like that,"Sims continued."We want to make sure we're bringing in good soccer players,coaches and volunteers that you need to run a good soccer program."The first merger that created TBU increased player numbers and licensed coaches, which Sims said has improved the clubs'play."In the FYSA state cup we advanced 11 teams to the round of 16,which is more than any other club in Florida,"Sims said. "We're able to do more things because we have more players.It's been a very good thing for soccer in this area." Sims also sees the merger helping Central Pasco's economy."We also want to bring more tournaments to that facility,"Sims said."There's a big October tournament that creates an estimated $7 million economic impact in one weekend.We also host other tournaments that create a lot of tourism."SOCCER,from page 1 The Laker/Lutz News Staff ReportThe Lutz Civic Association has accepted applications from four candidates vying for the honor of becoming the Lutz Guv'na 2012.The candidates are Karin D'Amico,sponsored by the civic association;Robin LeBlanc,proprietor of Good Behavior Dog Training;Brian Vindick,proprietor of Philly Cream of Tampa;and Connie Dorton,proprietor of the Dorton family. The Guv'na kickoff will be May19 at theOld Lutz School House,18819US 41 N.,from 2 to 4 p.m.The event will feature a "candidate debate,"food,games and music. The Guv'na race is all in fun with the candidate raising the most money being Lutz Guv'na for one year.All money raised goes to non-profit groups and organizations in the Lutz community.Everyone is invited to attend the kickoff.The Guv'na race is onCnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 13 Part of the Upper Tampa Trail near where it ends in Citrus Park. (Photo by Kyle LoJacono)TRAIL,from page 1 www.TheSmileSmith.com813-935-9414 This Mother's Day, give your mom the gift that keeps giving a healthy, beautiful smile.Free whitening for life with the completion of a new patient exam and x-rays.

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Voted Florida's No. 1 Weekly Sports Section Community SportsCommunity Sports By Jeff OdomThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentA week ago the Gaither baseball team was crowned the Class 7A-District 9 champions,but coach Frank Permuy felt disrespected. His squad was seeded fourth in the event and not many gave the Cowboys (17-9-1) a chance to move on.Now they have advanced to the regional semifinals after defeating Clearwater 7-2 at home May 2. "To me,this shows we didn't give up,"Permuy said."I know a lot of people gave up on us,some of our own fans gave up on us and thought we were going nowhere,but we have a lot of seniors on this team and their senior leadership finally kicked in." Gaither's offense struck in the first inning when Oscar Mercado singled to center field.Jose Gonzalez reached on an error followed by a Matt Frey bases-clearing triple. Cowboys senior pitcher Evan Gainey (6-4,1.38 ERA) kept the Tornadoes (6-22) on their heels throughout the contest,allowing his only earned run on a two-out wild pitch in the second. He said while he didn't feel it was his best performance,sticking to the basics and a reliable defense kept him going. "I just threw first-pitch strikes,and that meant the world to me because the previous game (against Steinbrenner) I was doing a rough job,"Gainey said."I'm glad my defense helped me." He finished allowing four hits with seven strikeouts in a complete game victory. Gaither continued to pour it on in the fourth while leading by three.A single by Cody Robinson and another Clearwater error allowed Jake Gowen to get on base. Eddie Pastrana brought home pinch runner Tyler Tyson to extend the lead to four.The Cowboys added two more when Mercado smacked a two-RBI double to left field. Permuy said just because Clearwater came into the game with six wins,doesn't mean it was a cakewalk for his squad. "It's sometimes hard to get up for those games,"Permuy said."We played Chamberlain earlier in the year and 10-run ruled them twice,and the district tournament came around and we won 8-6.So anything could've happened." The Tornadoes'attempted comeback in the seventh started with an unearned run, but Gainey kept his cool to seal the victory. "I just fought hard,and I knew that I could throw strikes because my defense would have me there,"Gainey said."I just focused. I had a lot of confidence." With the win,Gaither hosts Seminole May 8 at 7 p.m.Permuy said he has a little bit of history with the Warhawks (23-4),and added his squad will be ready. "We know they're a baseball powerhouse,"Permuy said."The last time I went to Seminole in the district tournament they nohit me. I haven't forgotten that yet."Patriots fall in playoff debutThe Freedom baseball team lost the first playoff game in program history,falling 6-1 at Seminole in the Class 7A regional semifinals May 2.The Patriots (15-10) managed only two hits off Warhawks (23-4) starting pitcher Jordan Doyle.Canes strike out to VikingsThe Bishop McLaughlin baseball team couldn't do much with the pitching of Lakeland Christian on the road in the Class 3A regional quarterfinals May 3,falling 4-0. Vikings (16-9) starting pitcher Logan Browning worked the first six innings with 12 strikeouts,while reliever Grant McKown closed the contest with another two Ks.The Hurricanes (18-10) managed only four hits.South Pasco Predators win bigThe Jr.Peewee and Jr.Midget cheerleading squads from the South Pasco Predators claimed several championships this season,the first for the program. Both teams won titles at the Battle of the Bay in March while also earning the most spirited award.Jr.Peewee followed that up by winning at the CCE Florida Finals April 28 for its age group while also hoisting the grand champion trophy in the novice level. Jr.Peewee members include Rilee Mastrino,Savannah Keller,Ariel Sweet,Kylee Brown,Abigial Runkel,Gabriella HambrickJones,Arianna Garcia,Elizabeth Harmon, Emma Runkel,Amanda Uliano and Quianna Rosas with coaches Samantha Adamo and Kayla Hensley. 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Cheer coordinators Laurel Keller and Kym Cole direct both programs.Warriors youth basketball campSteinbrenner girls basketball coaches will lead a camp for boys and girls ages 8 to 16 at the school gym,5575 W.Lutz-Lake Fern Road, June 25 to 28 from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m.The cost is $80 per player,$140 for two siblings or $200 for three siblings.The camp will focus on fundamentals and using skills as a team,while also competing in various events like free throw shooting.Awards will be given at the end of the week.For more information or to sign up, call coach J.R.Allen at (813) 792-5131 or email warriorbasketballcamp@gmail.com.Sports Editor Kyle LoJacono can be reached at (813) 909-2800 or klojacono@cnewspubs.com.By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comThe Academy at the Lakes softball team's playoff run ended May 1 at home,losing 3-1 in the Class 2A regional finals to Quincy Munroe.The Wildcats (14-5) were able to get runners on against the Bobcats (15-6),recording 10 hits,but stranded 11 including six in scoring position.The academy loaded the bases twice,but failed to capitalize on either chance.Munroe had only six hits but managed to score three times in the third without one. The first run came off a double steal and two more crossed home after errors were committed during a rundown created after a fielder's choice. "Errors killed us in this game,"said sophomore shortstop Lauren Evans."We just could not get the bat on the ball when we needed it." Those three runs were all Bobcats pitcher Haleigh Corbally would need.The senior used 134 pitches to strike out 13 batters with one walk in her seven innings of work. "There're no cupcakes at the regionals," said Wildcats coach Jerry English."These are some of the eight best 2A teams in the state. You can't have an off day,and we didn't have an off day.They had a good day."Evans drove in the academy's only run in the fifth inning.She finished 2-for-4,as did freshman first baseman Talia Pardo.Freshman center fielder and leadoff hitter Skyler Boynton had four hits and two doubles.Skyler's sister,junior Sydney Boynton, pitched seven innings of six-hit ball for the academy,posting eight strikeouts and two walks.The Wildcats did get deeper in the postseason than any other team in program history while also winning their first district championship.The academy will likely have most of its players back as only one player, Amelia Oliver,is a senior. "We had a good season,"Evans said."We fought hard all year.We're a young team and most of us will be back next year.I think we'll use this to come back and get even farther next year."Wildcats bow out in elite eight Gainey paces Cowboys to win over Clearwater Gaither senior pitcher Evan Gainey allowed one earned run in a complete-game win while striking out five. (Photos by Glenn Gefers of www.photosby3g.com) Cowboys junior shortstop Oscar Mercado had three hits and two RBI in a 7-2 win in the regional quarters. By Jeff OdomThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentFour Steinbrenner student-athletes were awarded scholarships from the school's athletic booster club May 4. Seniors Sara Bair (girls golf),Cary Anne Bame (volleyball/flag football),Zach Rocca (boys track) and Tom Mazzetti (boys tennis) each received $500 toward their education and a plaque that will be displayed inside the school. The four applied for the award earlier this year,but none were told they had won when called out of class. "I didn't know what the pass was for when they gave it to me,so I just walked into the media center not knowing what was going on,"said Bair,who will attend University of Florida.She added,"When I came in,I saw my mom and I thought back real quickly to my application,and I was just shocked." While he wasn't told about the ceremony,Mazzetti said he saw his mother and knew something was happening."I was in class seventh period and we had a substitute,"said Mazzetti,who will attend Florida State University (FSU)."I was taking the attendance sheet (to the office),and I was going down the stairs and I ran into my mom and I'm like What are you doing here?'and she said something's a surprise. So I went up here and it turns out all of the hard work paid off."Bame,a three-year volleyball team captain,was also awarded the David Logan Scholarship from Bright House Sports Network May 3.She said receiving both honors in consecutive days is one of the best moments of her high school career."It's a good way to kind of close it out,"said Bame,who will attend FSU."It's just weird,because it's all over now.It's kind of neat closing out this year of high school sports."813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 16 Steinbrenner athletes awarded scholarships Cary Anne Bame Gaither senior outfielder Eddie Pastrana slides in for one of his two doubles in his squad's playoff win against Clearwater May 2.

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CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 17 SPORTS By Kyle LoJaconoklojacono@cnewspubs.comLast year,Paul Barrett's track season ended with a ninth-place finish in the 300meter hurdles prelims,one spot from making the finals. The Gaither senior's goal was to make the finals.He didn't expect to be standing on top of the medal stand with the Class 3A state championship around his neck. "It wasn't my smoothest race,but it was my fastest,"Barrett said.He broke his own school record by finishing in 37.29 seconds May 4 at the University of North Florida.He is the second state champion in the program's 27-year history following Scott Lavell's 3,200 5A title in 1995."Paul had unfinished business from last year,"said second-year Cowboys coach Jeff Ditman."He's been on a mission." Barrett was seeded first following a regional championship the week before but said he didn't feel like the favorite.His track season started several weeks late because he was on Gaither's soccer team that reached the state semifinals.The 6-foot-1.5, 175-pounder was also a wide receiver on the Cowboys football team that made the regional finals in November. "It just goes to show you that you don't have to specialize in one sport to shine," Ditman said."He shines in all three.For him to be able to do this on the track in his last high school event is amazing.It shows what a complete athlete and individual Paul Barrett is.He's going out on top,and that's exactly where he deserves to be." Barrett's journey toward a state crown started at Alonso as a freshman.He started doing the hurdles because the Ravens were loaded with talent. "I went to hurdles so I'd get to compete," Barrett said. Barrett didn't run hurdles when he came to Gaither as a sophomore,but returned to it last season.He said the big difference this year was he was pushed by freshman Samson Moore. "If I didn't have someone like Samson I don't think I would have gotten this far," Barrett said."I'd always try to get a better time than him because I'm a senior and he's a freshman." Moore placed second in the 110 hurdles by breaking his own school record of 14.29, 0.58 off the championship pace set by Miami Northwestern junior Artie Burns.He echoed Barrett's sentiments. "It's great having Paul to help me," Samson said."I can't put into words what it's been like this year." Ditman was pleased both athletes showed maturity and composure on the biggest stage. "It's this type of thing that gets a program jump started,"Ditman said."It really shows that track is such a unique sport because you get out exactly what you put in. These two have a lot of natural ability yes, but they have the work ethic to capitalize on that ability that allows them to do things like this.Hopefully it opens people's eyes to track and field at Gaither,and the potential and possibilities it has for them."Warriors claim four state medalsSteinbrenner track and field athletes left the Class 3A state meet May 4 in Jacksonville with four medals.The boys 4x800-meter relay team set a new school record by finishing in 7 minutes 57.82 seconds,good enough for fourth place."I was happy we ran a new school record,"said Zach Lima,who ran the second leg."We wanted to medal;we wanted to place on the medal stand,but it's bittersweet because of course we were hoping to win."Tyler Lima,Zach's twin,said they had a plan for the race. "It's all about pace,"said Tyler,who ran leadoff."We're all cross country guys,so we're used to running on pace.If you get off pace in the first 200,you're going to be off the whole race.We did that and then went all out on our last laps." Tanner Biles,who ran the third leg,transferred from Freedom this season.It was his first trip to states. "I love these guys,"Biles said."It's great to go his far with them,and it's great that the school is becoming known for its distance runners." Matt Magee closed the race,passing Miami Central on the final lap.All the runners are juniors,giving them another year to improve. "We're going to train hard to get back here next year,"Magee said."We want that state championship." Three of the four competed again more than six hours later.Magee ran the 800 (11th place,1:57.87) and the twins competed in the 3,200,where Tyler medaled (seventh place,9:35.71) and Zach took 10th (9:42.64). Senior Alexis Wright earned the other two medals,finishing fifth in the girls triple jump (38 feet 4 inches) and the 100 hurdles (14.75).Each performance is better than what she did last year when she placed second in the 2A triple (36-11.75) and won 100 hurdles (15.05). "It's the state meet,"Wright said."You can either wake up or just slouch over,and at least I can say I didn't slouch over today.I gave my best in everything I did,and if this is what I receive I'm totally grateful." The University of Miami bound Wright wanted a second state crown but is happy to have five medals in her high school career. "It's been great to have some time to reflect back on where I was when I started with the hurdles and the triple to where I'm at now,"Wright said."I never thought I'd be here.Being able to say I made it here to represent not only Steinbrenner High School, but even Hillsborough County is an honor. "I'm blessed and grateful for coach (Bob) Ennis,"Wright continued."He's my hurdles and triple jump coach,and he helped get me here.Coach (Ladd) Baldwin,our head coach,helped us find the right spots. I'm proud,but a little depressed because it's my senior year;my last event."Four medals for AkachukwuFreedom junior Sandra Akachukwu earned medals in all four of her events at the Class 4A track and field state meet May 5 at the University of North Florida. The King transfer took third in the high jump (5 feet six inches),fifth in the long jump (18-3.75),seventh in the 200-meter (25.06 seconds) and eighth in the 100 (12.33).It is Akachukwu's second trip to states after making it in the high last year where she placed sixth (5). Gaither boys track coach Jeff Ditman examines Paul Barrett's 300 hurdles championship medal. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono)Paul Barrett: King of the hurdles Cowboys freshman Samson Moore broke his own school record by running a 14.29 to place second in the 110 hurdles at states.

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813-909-2800 / CnewsPubs.com COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 18 Closer Look AN ADVERTISER PROFILE Even after 41 years, Matt Safon still loves rebuilding transmissions. It is a skill (many consider it a talent) that he learned from his father while a boy in Miami. "My dad not only had a transmission shop, but also ran a school where he certified technicians in rebuilding transmissions," said Safon. "I learned from the best and have been at it ever since." Safon brings this multi-generational knowledge of transmissions to his customers at ATS All Car Care in Land O' Lakes. "I don't have any hobbies don't own a boat, don't fish just love working on cars," he said. Before becoming owner of ATS All Car Care, Safon spent 5 years in Miami working for his father and the next 32 working for AAMCO Transmission in Florida, California, New York and Maryland. He bought his shop, previously known as Wholesale Transmissions, about 4 years ago. It is located on US 41 behind NAPA Auto Parts and ABC Pizza. He wanted to own his own shop so he could work directly with customers. "I like being able to explain what the problem is and how to best fix it. I can be more personable with the customer and make him more comfortable with the whole process," said Safon. Owning a shop also allows Safon to set his own schedule. "If a customer has a problem with his transmission, I can fix it right away so it doesn't get put on the back burner and become a bigger problem later on," Safon said. Safon typically rebuilds transmissions in three days or less. "My fast turn around really helps people who cannot afford to be without their vehicle for two weeks or more, which other transmission shops often require," said Safon. The master technician also rebuilds transmissions for less than other shops because he keeps his overhead low. "We typically charge around $1,500 for most of the transmissions we rebuild about half what the major chains like AAMCO charge," said Safon. He guarantees his rebuilt transmissions with a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty and also offers extended warranties.JoAnn Smith of Carrollwood is a very satisfied customer of ATS All Car Care. "I brought in my grandson's car to have his transmission rebuilt and I was very pleased with Matt's knowledge and honesty," said Smith. "His service was quick, honest and the cost very reasonable. "It's a bit of a drive for me, but it's worth it to get an honest technician you can trust and good service at a fair price. I'm so glad I found Matt." About 75% of the work Safon does at his shop is transmission work. But he also takes care of normal maintenance and service for both domestic and foreign vehicles, including brakes, air conditioning, differentials, engines, alternators, and comprehensive diagnostics, including check engine lights. "I can fix anything that comes into the shop," said Safon. "I work closely with customers on costs and come up with a plan to repair their vehicle so they can afford to have the work done," said Safon.Rebuilding transmissions still a passion after 41 years 3929 American Plaza Blvd Land O' Lakes 813-995-2885 Automatic Transmission SpecialistsATS All Car Care SPORTS By Andy WarrenerThe Laker/Lutz News CorrespondentAbout 5 percent of high school football players get to compete in college,but the dream doesn't have to die for those who don't sign with the Bulls,Gators or Seminoles. The United Football Federation (UFF) is giving that opportunity to serious weekend warriors. The 18-team league includes the Anclote Pirates, which play home games at Wesley Chapel High.The third-year club is having a breakout year,qualifying for the playoffs after going 8-2 in the regular season. Most of the Pirates,which range in age from 19 to 52,played high school ball,and some played a bit in college.Many have aspirations at playing in bigger leagues,but the team is far from being a group of twentysomethings working part-time jobs waiting for their big break.The majority is realistic and have full-time careers. All athletes and coaches work on a voluntary basis.The only people there are those who want to be. Wide receiver Jet Parker,22,is one of the few who still have a shot at playing Arena or Canadian football.He scored two touchdowns and totaled 165 yards in the Pirates' regular-season finale against the Broward Cowboys. "I was born a football player,"Parker said. "What else am I gonna do?" Bryan Littlejohn is the opposite.The 26year-old defensive lineman is an appliance technician and really plays for fun."I've got nothing else to do on Saturdays," Littlejohn said.In the same boat is Pasco County firefighter Tom Dutton,34, who loves the sport and admits,"there's nothing like actually playing." The Pirates do just that in full pads with full contact.They even hire referees for games. "We use NFL rules,but we officiate like it's college,"said referee Gary Merlino."Instead of just throwing the flag,we usually just try to calm the kid down." UFF games can get chippy.Two fights nearly broke out during Anclote's 32-22 loss to Broward April 21,but the bad blood bleeds out by the end of the game. "I just love the game,"said Pirates owner Andy Villamarzo,who plays running back and returns punts. Villamarzo started the team the same year the league formed in 2010;a rough 3-7 season.They mired through a 2-8 campaign in 2011 but have reversed their fortunes in 2012. "I did some recruiting this off season," Villamarzo said."It's really a chance for kids that maybe screwed up in high school. Maybe they have a chance to move on." The Pirates lost their final regular season game.They trailed 26-0 at halftime,but rallied to close the final score to 32-22.They are the second seed in the playoffs. They square off against county rival,the Pasco Hitmen,May 12 in the first round of the postseason at Elsie Logan Memorial Park in Shady Hills at 3 p.m.Admission is $7 for those ages 12 and older,$5 for ages 6-12 and free for anyone younger than 5.Football dreams live past high school Anclote Pirates owner and player Andy Villamarzo formed the team in 2010. (Photos by Andy Warrener) Anclote coach Scott Fisk talks with his team during a break in the action April 21. The Laker / Lutz NewsCommunity News Publications 813.909.2800 / cnewspubs.com The advertising team of Community News Publications, parent company of The Laker and Lutz News, received 15 awards at the 2012 Awards for Excellence competition sponsored by Community Papers for Florida. Graphic artist Stefanie Burlingame, who designed 11 of the companys awardwinning ads, took top honors with a Judges Choice award for a half-page color ad for Cameo Salon and Spa in Lutz. I love the bold colors and dominant photo,Ž cited the judge nominating the Cameo ad. The font works perfect with the style of the ad. Its crisp, clean, attentiongetting, informative and effective.Ž Art director Matthew Mistretta was recognized for his design work for the 2012 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory and for an automotive ad for ATS All Car Care in Land O Lakes. This years contest saw a record number of entries, with 953 submissions by member newspapers and magazines. Community News Publications was among the top three newspaper groups in the state honored for the quality and impact of its advertising design. Its especially meaningful to be recognized for our creative work when considering there were so many entries,Ž said Publisher Diane Kortus. We competed against some very large newspaper groups and it says much for the talent here at our papers that we were one of the of the top three newspaper groups recognized.Ž Good advertising design is important, Kortus said, because a well-designed ad generates more customers and sales for businesses that promote their products and services through advertising in The Laker and Lutz News. It is very gratifying to create and publish award-winning ads that generate new and repeat business for local businesses,Ž said Kortus. Judges Choice Cameo Salon & Spa First Place Advertising Campaign: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Professional Services, to page color: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Professional Services, less than page color: Image Printing, Land O Lakes Retail Advertising, black & white: Book Swap, Wesley Chapel Theme Promotion: Servin It Up restaurant page, Community News Publications Agency Produced Ad: Americas Milk Processor Second Place Retail Advertising, more than page color: Pet City, Land O Lakes AutomotiveAdvertising, black and white: GCS Driving Academy Professional Services, less than page color: Browning United, Lakeland Professional Services, more than page color: Cameo Salon & Spa, Lutz Self Promotion in Paper: Community News Publications Sales Kit/Media Package: Community News Publications Third Place Best Creative Content: 2012 Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Directory AutomotiveAdvertising, black and white: ATS All Car CareThe Laker/Lutz News Ad Staff Wins 15 Design Awards

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The Bulls suffered through a 0-10 campaign last season and were outscored 410-46. The players are out to show the sixth-year program is more like what was on the field in 2010. “We all have that internal drive to go out and prove what we’re all about,” said sophomore wide receiver Tyre Creary. Junior quarterback Jake Day added, “Not that we wanted to go 0-10 at all, but it’s something that motivates every one of us. The guys who will be seniors want to get us back on top.”The falloff was great, but not completely unexpected. Wiregrass Ranch lost 49 combined seniors after the 2009 and 2010 seasons, but bring back most of the core this year. The Bulls return leading rusher Eli Galvan, a freshman, who had 317 yards on 59 carries and a touchdown. Wiregrass Ranch also brings back its leading receiver in junior Ryan Shea, who snagged 15 catches for 191 yards and a score. Also adding to the receiving corps are towering 6-foot-9 sophomore James Jackson (three catches, 40 yards) and the speedy Creary (14 catches, 182 yards). Day began last year as the Bulls starting quarterback, but a concussion in Week 1 against Wesley Chapel and another against Gaither in Week 4 derailed any chance for him to get settled under center. He completed 14-of-58 passes for 226 yards and two scores, and said he is completely healed. “I feel so much more comfortable now,” Day said. “I’ve been going to football camps and doing everything to get better as a quarterback and player.” Wiregrass Ranch also has three players competing for the quarterback spot in freshmen Zach Davidson and Shane Bucenell and sophomore Zack Drury.The defense graduated its top four tacklers and top two sackers, but get a talent infusion from inside linebacker Xavier Wilson. The 6foot-2, 190-pound junior moved from Virginia last December; too late to play but soon enough to be a part of winter workouts.“I’ve already seen a lot of improvement,” Wilson said. He said the defense is working to win games on its own. “I’ll put it the way coach says it: ‘We’re going to try and outscore the offense,’” Wilson said. “We’re not just making turnovers. We want to score.”All the players want to get their first win since Nov. 5, 2010, a 35-7 victory against Hudson, but fourth-year coach Jeremy Shobe said the focus is on smaller goals this spring.“We’ve talked about eliminating mistakes and focusing on the here and now,” Shobe said. “We want them to look at every rep and every drill. We talked about the process before this spring. We’re not talking about winning and losing. We talk about what we are doing in the process to get better. If you worry about those small things the wins will take care of themselves.” Creary added, “Our receivers coach says look the ball all the way into your hands. Sometimes last year we’d just try and catch it, and we had a lot of drops. You forget to do everything to make the catch before you start running. We’re trying to get all those things down perfect.” Shobe has seen improvements with the simplified approach and drive to redeem the program. “We’re probably already ahead of where we were at the end of spring last year,” Shobe said. “If we play to our potential it does not matter who we’re playing.” It won’t be easy competing in Class 7ADistrict 7. The grouping includes reigning district champion Tampa Bay Tech (8-4) and runner-up Gaither (9-4), which made the regional semifinals and finals last season, respectively. Steinbrenner (7-3) is also in 7A7, along with Freedom (2-8) and Chamberlain (1-9).Bulls football looks to rebound from nightmarish 2011 Wiregrass Ranch sophomore wide receiver Tyre Creary brings in a catch during a recent practice. (Photos by Kyle LoJacono) Bulls junior quarterback Jake Day said the team has been working to put last year in the past. Wiregrass Ranch junior inside linebacker Xavier Wilson said the defense’s goal is to outscore the offense this fall.By Andy Warrener The Laker/Lutz News Correspondent It was a memorable morning at Freedom High May 3 when a school-record six student-athletes signed to play their sport in college. It wasn’t just the number that surprised principal David Sheppard, but the diversity of the signees. “We want to get the message out that no matter what sport they do, athletes at Freedom have a chance to be successful beyond high school,” Sheppard said. The signees are Kyle and Eric Schindler (baseball), Michael Sacco (soccer), Nicole Seybold (cheerleading) and Devin Turner and Jon Economou (football). The Schindler twins helped guide Patriots baseball to its most successful season this year, including the first winning season (15-10) and first playoff berth. They will continue their careers at St. Pete College. Sacco also made major contributions to Freedom sports this year. He recovered from an ACL tear in time to help the Patriots go 12-6-1 and make the postseason. He now moves on to Eckerd College, where he will likely play midfield or defense. He was impressed with the college’s facilities. “You can tell they’ve put a lot of money into their new fields, plus there’s a lot of other signees that should give us a good chance to compete in the NCAA tournament,” Sacco said. Seybold will attend the University of Oregon. Seybold will always remember helping Freedom reach new heights as a senior when the program won a county and regional championship for the first time. Turner and Economou will add an entirely new chapter to their playing careers together after playing for the New Tampa Wildcats in middle school. They will both compete at Becker College in Boston. “It feels good knowing there’s someone on your team that you are familiar with,” Economou said.Freedom has record signing day

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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. YesNo 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 34639 DON'T MISS THE DEADLINE TO WIN! CnewsPubs.com / 813-909-2800 COMMUNITYNEWS PUBLICATIONS May 9,2012 22

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